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F THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS AND TIMES: THURSDAY, JULY 29, 1920.
CouIut.cd from page three) had her right hand seriously Injured In s. press at the office of Vells nmi Rich ardson, Burlington, Is recovering nice ly. Allen Philip;, who has been employed for the past two years at Brur.swlck. Me., has Joined his family here. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Tinker of Chlcopee Falls, Mass., are visiting relatives In town Mrs. C M. Bridge underwent au opera tion at the Fanny Allen hospital Sunday afternoon and Is comfortable, nt this wrltlnp. Mr. Bridge returned homo Wed nesday, Mrs. V. C Esterbrooks and Miss Ellja-beth Downey of Kail River, Mass., are, spending several weeks with their nltcc and cousin Miss Eleanor Downey the. 1. W. Rivers home. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Smith of Philadelphia have been spending several days at the homo of the latter, sister Mrs. Tannic Ulekford, Thty expect to go tomorrow to the Drowne eottaga Elmore, for a several weeks stay -Gfcorge V Drowne and family have re turned from a three weeks stay with Mr. and Mrs. S. It. La-I'laco at Deep River Conn., and relatives In IVabody Mas3. Mr and fe, 'I' C. Cheney r.nd Mrs. and Mrs. F. W". Mould will leave tomorrow for Soutn Harpswell Maine, whero they will spend two weeks. JEFFERSONVILLE Miss E. Howard of St. Albans I vistt lnK at n. A Wood'h.B. C, Ilawlcy .mil family havo returned from their vaca tion trip.-F. O. Thomas has retu-nc-d from Mailettii Bay. Fwafford's Pavilion show is In town for tho week. Miss Bexyl Powell -was at nome Sunday. Tho lain prevented the social from bing held on tbo church lawn rrlday evening but an enjoyable rvmlr.B was epant In the Vnrlors. Mrs. Pearl Brown of St. Al bajis and son, Cleraeuit, are, vlsitlnp re latives n 1 own. Lester Berry wa;. at home from Barra Sundny.Mrs. Maria Curtis It enlertalnlns her sister, Mrs. Harriet II.inte.i-, of Boscon, Mass. Mrs. Myrtle Foayouu of Johnson ha.s teen rtopplnp a. Janvs Bum's. Victor Bean spe.nt Sunday at hlfi home In Winooskl. W. G. Curtis has, finished his duties at tho postcltlce and resrumprl IL F. D. work. The -opening engagranent of the. J. B. Safford Pavilion company which is In ro-wri for the wek. wltli its hure tent pitched on tho Tracy meadow, was given Monday evening to a large audience. Dainty Corrlnne. Cai-pcnter aj "Little Mickey" captivated the audience and tho specialties of Joe Lyonell and Jtabcl.o Lverton were especially flno. Mr. and Mrs. C B. Richards were at Pleasant Valley Sunday. George. Sargent, who has been seriously 111 for some weeks, Is able to be out. Miss Alice Flag:: has returned to her sister's In Jericho, H. A. A very and Mrs, Blodgctt of Newbury are visit ing at H. A. Hawley's A meeting of the Eastern Star l called for this eve nlnc. Dr. and Mrs. D, M. Waldo, who hve been employed at Mlddletown, Conn., for the past two years, are visiting at Charles Waldo's. Leonard Waldo has re turned from Connecticut and Is to enter the. employ of S. B. Pope. The clock on the church has been put In first class condition by C C Scott & Son. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Davis and family of Greenland, X H.. are in town for a visit. The family have, been pone a year and all are glad to welcome them back. Prof, C. S, Cornell is to give a sacred song service at the. church Sunday morning, assisted by the ladles' chorus and the Rev H C. Howaid Is to have charge of the devotional ex ercises. Monday evening, August 2. there will be held a meeting of the Barneca. claxs at the church parlors. All the young men of the community are urged to be present, as there are important things to be talked over and arranged for. Tues day afternoon the. monthly meeting of tho Jeffersonville Cemetery association is to be. held at the home of Mrs. W. G. Lease. The. hostesses of the day are Carrie Iease, Annie Lease, Cora Cushing, Edith Man chester, Came Curtis and Lucy Wilson, 's A large crowd from here attended the rircur at Burlington Tuesday. JOHNSON Luman Stratum was in Burlington Sat urday, Mr. and Mrs. George Freeman of Wolcott ajid Joseph LaFlcur were ra.lle.rs at Fred LaDuke's the first of the wee.k. Mr. and Mrs. Abbott Gauvln of Morrirvllle were at George Atw.cll's Sun dayMiss Mildred Lesllp has returned from Burlington. Mrs. Smith Hebb and nephew, Winstead, have gone to Jericho for a few days' visit. Mr. Hill and family of Burlington were callers at Mrs. Mary F.crfbner's Sunday. WOLCOTT Mr. and Mrs. William Tillotson and son Bf Manchester, N". H., are guests at H. H. Parkers. Alfred Guyer and family of Hanover, X. H , were guests at C. M. "Woods the first of the week. I. G. Taylor of Lancaster, X. H visited his parents here the first of the week. E. P. Emlth has purchased an automobile of Barton parties. George L. Preman has gone to work on the St. .1. and L. C. R. R. doing bridge work. A reception was Riven Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Boardman at the home of A. W. Boardman Friday evening, when a host of friends gathered to offer their congratulations. Miss Freifla Roberts of Burlington has been a racent visitor in town, the guest of Dr. W. B. Voorhlcrs. Elmer Falllman has DcJ4 his Ford and purchased an Empire touring car. WATERVILLE The. Young Peoples Society will ha!d a eodal at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. ft. Bragg Friday evening. All aro invited. Mr and Mrs. W. r Donahue and daughters, Cicily and Ruth, of Monkton were, guests of Mr, and Mrs. H. F. Steams Sundaj .Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Ha.wl.jy of Jeffersonvtlle wore guests of her parents, Mr. . and Mm. R. S. Pierce, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Page and daughter of Burlington wnra g-uests of 'his father, J. W, Paw. lust week. J W. PLge is making extensdvo repairs cn the hotel, Mr and Mrs. Warren Wright are at Franklin camping. CAMBRIDGE A. R. Day and family of Burlington visited in town Sunday. Mrs. Palmer of North Forrisburg is visiting her son, K. C. PaJmer. Mrs. William Warron under went an operation for appendictls at the Fanny Allen hospital Friday Miss Alleen Brush Is spending tho week with Miss Mary Wells In Shelburii.-. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Smith and daughter, Nellie, spent Tuesday and Wednesday at Queen City Park. Buell Payne of Springfield is spending a few weeks with his aunt, Mrs. Albert Rice, Miss Nellie Smith, who has heen in Fall River for several months, came Saturday to spend a few weeks at her home here. Miss Dorothy Leavens Is spending the week with relatives In Fletcher. Horace Reed of Greenwich, Conn., Is a guest at 11. N. Grays. Dr. Shea of Burlington was in town Thursday to see Ralph Breuster. who has been 111 for the past month. Lysee Boyre of Providence, R, I., has been a guest of his sister, Mrs. Albert Cutling. EDEN Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vangilder and two children of Huntington are visiting her strter, Mrs. Fred Rushford. Moving pictures Friday night at the Corners Hall. The Cemetery association will serve dinner Wednesday rAugust 4 at tho Mills church. Miss Baldwin is visiting at the Rev. F. L. Stay's. Wllnvi Moffatt h working for Mrs. H. W. Emery, Miss Mabel Decell 1b visiting her sister, Mrs, CJarenc Baker. Th regular Masonic Don't Throw Away Broken Machine Parts! By our Oxi-Actelylcno welding process we can weld broken machino parts of iron, steel or brass, broken tools, stove parts making them as strong and good as new at only a frac tion of the cost of new ones. Let us mend your broken ma chinery and keep down the cost. We have added new equipment to our welding department and are in better position than ever to give' you prompt service and entire satisfaction. There is practically nothing we cannot do in the Oxi-Acetylene welding line. IDEAL GARAGE Oxi-Acetylene Welding Dept. 127 S. Winooski Ave., Burlington. P. S. Mr.il orders given prompt attention. Eugene Gray, in Holland. Mr, and Mrs. Myron Tracy of Barton spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Hariand Marstcn. Miss M, K, Wlllard of Brooklyn Is tho guest of her sister, Mrs. S. A. Knowlton, Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. Bishop and son, Alfred, of Fltchhurg, .Mass,, are guests of Mr, and Mrs. Alfred Bishop, for a week. James Cavanaugh spent the wcek-ond with relatives In Barton, where Mrs. Cavanaugh Ik staying for two weeks. Miss ChssIc Leavltt of Someivllle, who Is visiting relatives heie, Is the guest of Mr, and .Mrs. 11. W. MarPherson at their camp this week, Mrs. Newton Scott has been confined to the house several days by Illness. Mrs. William Hallcy has returned from a visit with relatives In Manchester, N. IT. Dr. Isaac Landman left Tuesday night for a brief trip to New York, re THE BURLINGTON MARKETS Dealers ttnlliir About Pitying Mich Prtrp Demanded for Itnspberrles Wednesday, July 2S, 1520. The raspberry crop Is not plentiful this year and one dealer to-day sad he had to pay in cents for his supply. Another said he declined to huy at that figure. Blueberries are listed to-day at 35 cents a basket. Cantaloupes are In the market for prices ranging from 10 cents to 3T, cents for the largest. tToneydew melons are sell ing for 75 cents to $1 eacji, California cherries are otit of tho market. Praches are found priced at 10 to cents per dozen. Plums are 23 mid SO cents, Bananas are. 40 to 80 cents and red bananas aro $1 per dozen. Pineapples are 3J to 63 cents turning Friday. Mrs. Ilrastus Buck and i each guests, Mr, and Mrs. M. ". Buck of New I Potatoes are. now selling t M.25, a drop ork, have returned from two weeks i since last Wednesday from W.65. Home- meeting was held Tuesday nl'iiit, Con ferlns; degrees on one. ne member. Mrs. George Gilchrist of Newport is vlsltinx at 12. H. Rtonea fhu, week. Mr. Nora McCoy and threo children of Cami ton, N. It., are visiting her mother. Mrs. Jaik Tratner.-Bernl.''e Whittcmoro Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Lilla Smith, at underbill Centar. Thoro will bo special exercises at the (Virners Sunday.--Howard Hlrics of Johnson has-- betn virlt ing friends In town the past few days. the sanitarium In tho near future. Mrs, H. N. Story of Philadelphia, and Mrs. A. E Hcald of Methuen, Mnae , af ter a week here with their cousin, V,'. n. Lpmson,. left Wednesday for Maine, where they ate to pi-s si me time- this summer. Miss Anna Coughlln after 'wo weeks In town left Wednesday for her home In Barnard.-Mr.i. Ina Wright has been 111 for .1 fow days, (lie i.sllll .if I.Mlnir mw. camping trip to Wlllonghby. Mr. and Mrs, M. C.Buck are now visiting relatives In Charleston. Mrs. S, L. Day Is spending a few days with relatives In Concord. The B.' F. Moore Manufacturing Co. started up Monday after two weeks shut down for Invoicing and repairs. Although business Is slack and orders are slow, the factory will run on part time, three days In the week Mrs. Charles A. RamsdcJI entertained the Monday Club with bridge and a six o'clock dinner. Ruth Buck haa been visiting her brother, flalph Buck, In Rlchford. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Buzzell and son. Hall, have been spending a week In M,asog with relative. Mrs. I'. H. Johnson l able to lie out nftnr a two weeks lllnes,s. Mrs, Jennie Young of Westrhester, New York city, was rcvontlv a g)st of Mr, and Mrs Gerald Buzzell. Mrs Mcses Fulllngton Did two children of New Glasgow, Nova Scotia, are guests of Dr. and Mrs. S. W, F. Hamilton. After a few days visit, thef will join Miss Fulllngton and Miss Orare Williams in a camping trip to grown cucumbers are six and eight cents each; home-grown tomatoes, 25 cents a pound. Turnips are 10 cents a bunch: car rots, 10; new cabbage, 10: Boston ball lettuce, 20. In the retail grain lists, one finds several changes. Bran Is iZ; corn meal .and cracked corn, 53.75; cottonseed meal, 11.7S; middlings, $3.50: oats, $1.30; p rovender No.-1. M. WHOLESALE PRICES Beef, dressed, lb Butter, lb Eggs, fresh, doz Hogs, Iti, , I.amb, lit Lard, lb BETAIL GROCF.RIES .S2 .50 .20 .35f.37 .2S Orange County Ham Young, who Is row somewl.it bet- ! 'louhhy.-Mlss Edith Haekett, district tor from Ins rodent IllnessMr?. Ernest , nurst 's attending a patient In Morgan - RANDOLPH Wllllani White of Nr.rthfldd. a lawyer, was in town SatundDj or a suit between Corco Line, and M. C Rowell. The ' Missca Clara and Annie Kimball lav friendj wi th ei turned teaturduy from a several days' ! Sawyer r.-eni to Bethel Wednesday to vis it her sister, Mrs Martin Eigman. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Ketchum were In Brook field Tuortdny on a fishing trip. Mr. and Mrs. .Solon Sulham of New Bedford. Mass., arrived Wednesday for a pliort slay, having formerly been residents of Mrs. Charles Ramsdell, Mrs Georgu H, Flint and Mrs. F. C. Williams' o to div to Johnson where they will be the quests of Mrs. Hattir. Pearl. Mr. Williams will motor the party to Johnson unri will then fro to Boston on a business trip. Mrs. Evan Smith nd two cnild'en this town. Mr and Mn Ralph Mudgett. i nf f!!U1 Antonio, Texas, are vlsiung Butter creamery separator .. New cabbage, lb Carrots, new, bunch Celery bunch Cucumber!,, home-grown, each Eggs, fresh, do. Eggplant, each Flour, bread, sack Flour, pastry, sack Garlic, lb Lettuce, Boston ball, head Maple sugar, lb Maple syrup, gal Mushroom, lb , Mint, fresh, bunch Oats, rolled Oleomargarine, lb, Olive oil, gallon Parsley, bunch Peppers, gr&en, each Home-grown potatoes, peck Radishes, nunch Rice, rb. juhr, I 'r' ate now inr-.ted In Colchester. Conn.. r. iatlvcs In West Burke. Mr. lona Rhubarb, home-crown. ' lb.' ava been parsing th" wk litre with i aro !'afE'"'' " few -il.avs here, guests of I Perkins is 'nklng n weeks vacation at her Spinach, pk riend., left Friday for Norfolk. Conn.. ! ''" Mudge.t. of home In M.in.onvllle -Elinor and Roth t"..". ore they are pacing the cummer with'; aimrrc.-Mrs. Kate Sparhawk nf St. , Hall ai visiting their grandparents Mr. Turnip., bun R . i.':." heir brother.-Mrs. Roy Wheolock re-1 ,oll,,sf'"" arrived from Burlington Wed- and Mrs. Charles Olin, in Ne.mrt Watcrcrej-s, bunch nesday and Is the -uest of the Rev. and ! Center. Mrs. Roger Whltcber of the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. .'ewhury is Lambert. siay out of town and went at onco to! ,rs' 0'r'- rr fw dayn.-Mrs. l.of im-iti,. i.- . i J- M. Thompson cam.' frirn Norwich. ben in Canaan jc 'y "tor -several weeks ! whpre ho 1,8 boen vlii 'riles- ! '"dge E. J. Smith and fnmllj aid Miss with her father, c'lavion Bow.n, returned.! ay,' 'V1'' '"'"f1"' hr V"- Mr- !''mncw Thompson retumel Sunday night Saturday to iv.s pbotit : week hero I and MrB- N J' rs"!r- '" a tlme.-Mr. from a iJ.ree weeks' crunplng trip in their Paul Daniels ucnt to Cabot en Saturday i 'alorH' Bflrr." In0"th ?U:,. !Cnsle Vj.nt-M.r- nd ,r'' for an ovor-Sunday stay with friends- 1" .u, ,1' 1 T V'?. Ibe week, but left the m.ddle of tile week 1 George Eaton lai Eagle Point Sunday. for Bntttleboro and Newfar.c The Earnest Workers of the Methodist ,-un-day school are planning to give the shut ins in their church and other denomina tions an automobile rldp some Sunday af Miss Hattio Douglas, R N., formerly of tho Randolph sanitarium, ha begun her duties a district nun- m Morrisvlllp and othr towns of Lamoille rounty, under the auspices of the Red Cross. Fred D. Smith Usw so far recovered as to be able to be out after his long Illness with typhoid fever. Mrs. Mabel Ronnet has returned from a month's stay in Richmond with relatlvfs and is again at :ohn Hammell, supiiintcn Jrnt of car service for the C. P. R at Montreal, i the guest of his brother, William Hammell .70 .10 .10 .MB. 40 .063.05 .25'a .40 .?:.2s $2.10 .4055 .13 $3.003.50 51.01 .15 .07 .Ztfi .45 Jfi 00t78 00 .05 .Ofift.0, 51.25 .05 .20 .05 .70 .25 .10 .20 FISH AND SEAFOODS Sword fish, lb Cod. lb Pike, lb Pike, tb CJSk, It' , Flounders, tb Haddock, lb Eastern white halibut, lb, ...... Lcmonsole Mackerel, lb Pollock, lb .' Rock cod. lb Soft shell claims, nt i Salmon, lb , Tuna, lb .40 or w .30 .23 .22 !l5 ,131.2 RETAIL MEATS Miss Isola Smith arrives to-day for two weeks vacation from the training school Bacon lb Beef, roast, lb Fresh broilers, lb linlrah T .r,Hr- Ite ,v,n(l,. T.,J., .. !.rf rl e, t, M , . .. r . .1 - r 1 1 . ...... j lUMLl.lfc, .... " "l uivvl,., i uL,-Ti,ij t ,, v uiiiii,, jaueii I uucKS, m. ternoon, free of charge. The trip they are 1 for nurses at St. Johnshury. Mrs. Dena- to take will not be a long one, but ono , son Ward spent the wek-end with rol.a caslly made In an afternoon. Fern Re- tlves in Lenox'-ille. Mr. Victor Mason the home of Mrs. G E Cushman. The j evening with a fair attendance and fol- ' relatives in Stewartsto'wn, N. .uisses J-.rtwina and Hoi-tense Flint have ' lowing the meeting light refreshments returned from a few dys stay in Frank- j were served by the committee in charge. no. .-v. 11. ,Mi-s Cora Osirrirrt Is n:!..ln,. ' a iwo weeKs' vacation here with her sister, .Miss Elsie Osgood Mrs. II. W. Holden has gone to Camp Wuttaunch, Canaan, N. H.. to p.iss two weeks with her sister, Mrs. E. A. Shaw, of North fleld. Mrs. W. B. Prit. hard of Water bury, Conn . and Mrs. Harry Longroy of Kent, Ohio, parsed several dayt with their nephew- and cousin. Dr. H. W. Holden. Sunday morning six couples, members of the "Hot Daws" club, motored to Silver Lake, Barnard. The party was chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Gould. -Mr. and Mrs. Ward Wooster of Rochester, N. Y were guests at the home of Dr. F. C. Angell the first of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Flint after a two weeks stay in town, left Mondav for their home In Sprlngflfeld. While here they have made their headquarters at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Georce Allen, Several' took advantage of the morning train and went to Montpclier to attend the circus and later In the day, the Salisbury Brothers took up 32 more in cars, Mrs, Clara Belle Simonds and daughter, who have been passing a week with Mr. and Mrs. F. li. Ketcham, left Monday for their home in West Lebanon. George Roys and Mr. and Mrs C. A. Roys of Roxburv were gues-ts of Mr. and Mr, c, Hay ward Sunday. L. J. niakely arrived Fri day night from the Soldiers' Home to pass a few days with his family. Monday, G. W. Clark went to the same place to pass some time while being treated by the physicians In charge of the home, Mr. and Mrs, Eugen Holman. after a two weeks' visit in Ransoinvill. . . '. Y re turned home S.ilurdav. W,.i n H. Tewks bury of Springfield passed Sundav with Mrs. Russell and her mother at the John Tewksbury home on the Highlands. J:. 1 Ba.s of Bethel was a visitor in town to RANDOLPH CENTER Sunday. Harry Keith of St Johnsbury Is home for a vacation Wilbur Hawso of Hanover, N. H.. Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kennlon. Mrs. Harold Ken ntson I- spending a few flays with her parents in Orleans. H., over Fowls, lb. CRAFTSBURY D. W. Eaton, a Civil War veteran, aged "! years, died last week at his home in the north part of the town. L whpre the funeral was held Saturday. I with burial in the cemetery here. Fred Sarah Miller from Philadelphia came Nutting returned last week Tuesday last week to spend a vacation in town. after a two weeks' vacation visiting j Mrs, O. B. Wells Is 111 with rheumatic friends in Maine and Massachusetts. trouble. Elmer Balch has rented of Mrs. H. M. Lamb and daughter, Eliza- Harry Moodlc his tow story tenement beth. are In Massachusetts vlsitlnp house, on Water street lately vacated by relatives for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. 'Harry Emery. Mr. and Mrs. Rosco Guy tlchard of Burlington wpre over- Lathe of Bridgeport, Conn., who have Sun.lnv guests of his parents at tho;heen spending their honeymoon at Randolph House. H. Classon Gilbert Niagara Falls came Saturday to spend went t the sanltarLum Monday to havo a w days with their parents, Mr. and his arm .set. having been broken 10 days4-Mrs- T'- R. Lathe. F J, Glldden. Mr. ago and could not be properly set,anri -Irs- Cowles and Mr. and Mrs. sooner on account of being so badlv swollen. Riley Robinson had part of his jaw removed at the sanitarium last week because of a malignant growth. Orleans Count1 NEWPORT P. W. Davison attended a birthday gath ering of a relative In Lyndon Sunday, A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Basil Boardman of East Craftsbury Thursday. Mrs. Ella Howard entertained friends (from Hazzardvllle last week. Hattle Hatch came from Rvoton Friday for a short vacation at' her home here. Mrs. W. E. Hardy Is entertaining her grand daughter, Helen Boardman. The tuberc ulosis drive was made Sunday, DERBY Mr Griffin of Coventry has bought the Marvin farm of Mr. Wood and has moved here. Mrs. Kate Cowles and daughter of St. Johnsbury have returned homo after visiting her parents, Mr and Mrs. Sylvester Williams. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. .Mies visited friends In Cookshlrn, P. Q., Mrs. Arthur LeClatr of Concord was a recent guest of Mrs. .1. G. Bourke. Mrs. Irving Leaven? and daughter, Atlanta, are spending a week at Charles Garrett's camp on the west .shore. The Hon. M. F. Haekett of Cowansville was a visitor in town Friday. Miss Dorothy Whltther, Miss I.eona Whltcber and Miss Mary Whltcher of Be-ebe, P. Q., were In town Sundav. Miss Rubv Snuires is mlclnir n two weeks' vacation from the New Eng- rntly.-Thc Misses Ellen and Hvalyn land Tel. ,t Tel Co. ollice, and is visiting ' Voodwar(1 of Lennoxville. P Q were friend in Sherbrooke.-Mr. and Mrs. bunaay P""1" Mr- and Mrs. Carlton , . I. G, Bourke and daughter. Gladys, havo 'Adams.-Mrs. F. H. Carter Is quite 111 been visiting friends In Sherl.rooke.-Carl ! wlth l?1,s'7Mr anrl -Mrs- K- H- "avl 1 Barnos and .son. Sherman, of New York,0" 0t L'ncln- "re visiting his see his sister. Mrs. C. R. Pratt. Monday.'- ests of friends in town-John 'J, crrMZn "1 Mrs. Manning and daughter, Mary, ar-'' r n reiurn, ,ro,i, a nusiness trip i(lfl al rhester Carnenter's last week Harlow farm for a time. Saturday, Mis-slsoltl l,cr house on Cottage street to J. M. Katherlne Smith and ML?. Grace Man-' DeMars of North Dakota. Mr. DeMars lias gone back-to .North Dakota to attend ning, who had !Hn there for 10 days, left for Boston. -Mr. and Mrs. C. U. Ken worthy, daughter, and Mrs. A. Chad-, wick motored hero Sunday from Water bury. Conn,, whe.ro they reside and will be hero for a couple of days.Mr. and Mrs, HJohard Grant on their welding trip, are in town to visit .Mr. and Mrs. V, A. Grant and other relative for a time. Mrs. T. G. Dearborn., was in Strafford with her son, Ernest Savagt, accompanying her there in a car, Miss Emma Haskins of Pitta Held, who has been at the sanitarium for a week, for surgical trentment, Is Jm proving and it is hoped w ill be able to go to her home on Saturday of this week. FL Williams has completed his vaca tion and Is again at the pnstoftlce. It is some businesH matters and will return about September 1. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Hol.son. who have been camping at Island Pond for a week, returned to town Thurs day. Miss Winifred Blackstop of Mont real, who la spending tho summer in Georgeville, P. Q., was the guest of Mrs. Jack McCuen and Mrs, .1. G. Bourke this wefk. Mrs. Henrietta Gorham, who has been the guest of Mrs. A. Allyn Bishop for a week, returned to Su Johnsbury Friday. Mrs. Albert Tre of Albert Mines, P. Q., Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Brigham. Mr. and Mrs. C A. Ramsdell, Miss Ella Ramsdell and Miss Florence Taylor havo returned from a motor trip to Oak Bluffs, Mass. Charles unoerstooM that on .'uly 31 tho post otiice . tiennctl, loreman or the composing room at Hralntree nill bo discontinued and I of the Kxpri-& find Standard for scvoral the work done rt this office, tho rural years, has resigned to accept a position carriers, taking the mail. Mr. Peavy, who 'has run the ritage for many years, expeots to finish his work this week. In the past ho has carried passengers which has been a great convenience, but it Is understood that this arrangement will with Tuttlo Co,, commercial printers of Rutland.-l'"Yank Sherman Is In Bos ton for a few days. Mbw Rlla Chappoe of Orleans l.s employed In the 13, M. nfllco during, thu vacation season. Mrs. Jack' McCuen has returned from Hartford, continue no longer. Mrs. F. R. Infalshee i Conn., bringing with her her mother, and two children, who have been on the , Mrs. Lizzie Schoolcraft. Mr. and Mrs, weft side visiting relatives, came Tues- Rodney Coburn a:-d daughters, tho Misses day to stay a few w.-eks hero with her Gettrudnnd Claire Coburn. are enjoying mother. Mrs. E. F. Bixby, before going 'a week's vacation at Ocean Beach, Miss to her home In Montana. Henry Good- t Alice LeClafr of Orlcann has been visiting elll mado a business trip to Rochester i friends In town, Mrs. H. B. Rankin re Monday and returned home thf. following turned Saturday night from a "trip to day. E, N. Rising who is 111 at the j Boston, where sho was called by tho 111 sanltonum, was not as well Monday, but nets of a relatlvo. W, H. O' Reagan of was thought on the whole to be making Sutton, P. Q., was In town Friday and a favorable recovery. P. C. Dodg.- was - called on Mrs. Augusta Currie, E. Frank In Burlington Tuesday to attend a Young of New York city is visiting in Democratic meeting, G. W Patterson, i town. Mrs. B, B. Albee and Miss Muriel former superintendent of schools, who Taylor of Beebe were guests of friends has been In the Far East for a year at Saturday, Mrs, Elton McGowan of Bel work, arrived Tuesday. Mr, Patterson lows Falls Is visiting her mother, Mrs. has been In many places of danger during I Ansolln Bums. Homer Hlldrcth and his stay away. It is expected that he will , family have been In camp for two weeks assume tho duties of superintendent I at Miles' camp, below Lindsay Beach. which Mrs. Patterson has filled In his J Mr, and Mrs. R. H. Hart spent the, week absence. Ho has charge of Urn Orange end with relatives In Bromo, P Q. Mrs. County district of schools. Mrs. Ahern I Maurice I.abounty leave Wednesday for and Mrs. Bagley of Whito River Junc tion came Tuesday and were the guests of Mrs. D. V. Porter for a time. Mrs. Slplo from Connecticut, a guest of Mrs. Eugenie Ellison, for a few days, left Tuesday. .Mrs. Elizabeth Hosklns of Claremont, N, II., Is passing several days hern this week visiting hex daughter, Mrs. David Adams, who lives In the O'Connor block. MUs Stella Sawyer after a two weeks stay In Brockton with her brother has returned 'home and expects to enter the tralnlnc class of nurses ot several weeks' stay with her sister, Mrs. W. W. Robinson, of Bellows Falls. She will also visit friends In Lowell and Boston. Miss Ethel Sullivan and Miss Maty McCuen spent Saturday In Magog, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hnnsen wore re cent guests qf Mr. and Mrs, Homer HII drfeth. A, G, Tittemore, principal ot tho Burlington Business College, was in town Saturday, calling on this year's graduate of Newport rhlgn school In the interests of tho Biir)lnKtpn 'school. .Mrs. M. E. Rlece is visiting her brother. NORTH TROY Geese, lb Ham, sliced, lb Lamb chops, spring, lb Lamb, leg, tb Lamb, spring, forward quarter Lard, leaf, lb , Pork chops, lb Pork roast, lb Salt pork, lb Sausage, pork, lb Steak, porterhouse, lb Steak, sirloin, lb '. Steak, tound. lb Steak, veal, lb Veal chops, tb Turkes, lb RETAIL FRUITS Almonds, lb Bananas, doz Cantaloupes, each California pears, doz Blueberries, qt Red bananas, doz Fics. lb Grapefruits, each ... . Honeydew melons, each Lemons, doz , Peaches, doz I , Pineapples, each '. Plums, doz Nuts, mixed, tb ,, Oranges, California, doz Walnuts, rt Raspberries, basket RETAIL GRAINS .45 .15 .30 .13 .SO ..50 .53 .45 .K0 ,0 .15 .55 .40 ,n .711 .55 .403.45 .3245.45 ".25 .40 .70 .65 .55 .70 .45 .30 4MJ,(0 1017.35 .fiO .33 J1.M .60 ....124. .131.20 ...730M.OO CV)50 tow .SO , ... S?l.i" 25f .30 40 ..V) 4Oti$l.O0 4515.55 KWi.45 Bran, cwt , Cornmeal, cwt Corn, cracked, cwL ... Drymash, cwt Feed, gluten, ton Flour, bread, sack ... Flour, pastry, sack .. Hay. baled, cwt Henfeed. cwt Meal, cottonseed, cwt. -Meal, cottonseed, ton Mldllngt. cwt Oats, bushel '. Prbvender, No. 1, cwt. . White middlings, cwt. Straw, baled, cwt. ... J3 00 . . $3.75 J3.75 . . S3. 25 JSj.on ..J2.05$4.00 .,f2.05$4 00 J21 JI.75 J3.73 f75.0" $3.50 $1.30 .$!) 51.09 $1.23 NKW YORK I.IVF.TOCK Mr. and Mrs. Chester Wheeler returned the last of the week from Framingham, Mass., where they visited their son, Fred Wheeler, Saturday forenoon a large auto truck driven by Newport parties met Fred Leach, rural mall carrier, in the hill near the Clapper school house. To avoid con tact Leach turned out into a ditch con cealed by the clover giowth, tipped his covored carriage mer and Injured his shoulder.- MLss Ruth Annls is visiting friends in Ashland, N. H, A nephew of Charles White, Mr. McLaughlin, is visit Ing him. He lives In Los Angeles, Cal where he wen' from here 16 years ago, A few evenlnsrs since an Ice cream -ocial and hand concert, together with a shower rarty tendered Miss Evangeline Hayward, were held on Hammond's lawn. Dr. E. J. Horan. Mrs. Horan and young daughter, Helen, were in town a few day's last week. Dr. Horan practiced here several years but In 1906 removed to Glen wood Springs, Col,, where ho now lives. Ho has trouble In one knee, causing lameness, and cxpecLs to soon be freatedl t.y Mayo Hros. of Rochester. Minn. Ono of William Huckins small children has the measles. Pnday morning the Rev. J. J. Munro started for Port Henry and other places In New York, Intending to reach his home In Brooklvn In about two weeks, Mrs. Munro Is to remain here for the present, with their daughter, Mrs. W. D. Keiley. whom they have been visiting. Dr. A. M. Butterficld and Mrs. nutter field wore in St. Johnsbury two or three days lust week. The remains of Rodney Austin were brought here last week and Uld In the family lot in the cemetery. He riled at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Bert Sheldon, of Randolph. Mr, Austin was a resident of this place many years, coming here from Franklin county. C. R. Holden was In Johnson last week attend ing to farm property and doing some building, GREENSBORO Miss Altce bow came Saturday to visit her father, S. D. Dow, who Is In very poor health, Miss Dow Is a nurw In the Red Cross service and Is stationed in Wyomjng doing home service work. Mrs, Marj' Caswell of Concord, N. Il ls visiting her sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Goodrich, The Rev. Wendell P. Koeler of Yonkers, N, v., preached an Inteiest Ing sermon at the Congregational Church Sunday morning Mrs, Marjorie Don bruski of Providence, R, I., Is visiting her aunt and children at the Stlmson cottage New York, .July 2. CATTI.B Receipt l.23. Richer. 'PtKr" SlOig. 15.8.1; hulls $H..in3f in..m: cow J.Vjtl CALVKS Receipts, 1. 0ft IrreeuUr Veals $162I: cull. $I3?15 foil cve J 1 3 14. skim milk calv-js ?11.5ni!5 Li, western" Sill? IB... SHEEP AND LAM Bf- Receipts 7.073. Higher. Sheep, ee., Hjl0. culls $33; yearlings fln$U, amb- $111717,50: cull 18.30 10. 1IOOS Receipts 4.10ft. Lower. Light tn medium $17 25. heavy lfi.S5j lrt.sn, pij-i $16'S'16.30. rouchs $13. NFAY YORK ORA1X AMI PROIHTF, New York. July 2. WHEAT Spot weaker. No. red and Sn. 2 hard $2.R0 and No. mixed Purum $i85 c. I. f. track New York export. CORN Spot steady No. 2 yellow $l,ii4tj col and freight .N"en- Toik. OATS Bpot easy. No. 1 vrhito $15 1.02. LARD Strong Vlddl Wtt $10.10 If 111.20. Other rtlr!e unthangrd. POTATOES Ba.i.v, Lone Island, barrel, $3ff0; Jersey, 105 pounds,, $fi'iji;,301 south ern, brre. $1 if0.25; sweets. Jertej. No. 1, basket, $34.30; southern not quoted CA RBAOKSj Easy and unchansed RAW SUOAR Unsettled Centrifugal 10.30c; refined quiet, fino irranulated -.'lgi 2'.'.50c Susar futures opened 1(1 t0 jn point--, luwer under scattered liquidation by commission houses, but by mid. day ther wal, a rally to the previous nleht'a cloe on cove 1 Ins. POT COTTON AMD rt'TCRK.s New York, July 2S, Spot cotton nulet, Middling: lii.on Cotton futures closed On, .l:.',tSirsn- Dec 31. 26930; Jan. 30,0; March 3n.2Kia a Si .May 20,60ffS.l. 'Continued 00 i 10) CHICAGO PRODUCE MARKKT .Chicago, July 2S. WHEAT Dec. $2.31H ; JUrch $2.374. CORN Sept. $1.12H; Dec. $1,271,, OATS Sept. 70Sc, Dec. 70itc Cash quotations: PORK Nominal. LARD J1R.7J. RIRS $16.23 17.25. CHICAC.O I.rvKisTOCK MARKET Chicago, July (United States Bureau of Markets) CATTLE Receipts 7,000. Choice steers steady to strong, all others drasey at prices unevenly slow to 2,io lower. Top handy' weight steers $17; best yearlings $16 79: strong elght beeves lfl.,l, bulk, all weight, $128 H; bologna bulls active! bulk $6.25iff 7.2S; butcher bulls bulls tSfflO; best she stock steady; other grades weak to louer: bulk $t).S0i?10.M; canners and cut ters mostly $4.-.'3e6i calves steady, $IS7S ftlT.2.1; aelected $16 50; stockera steady. ROUS Receipts 16,000. Uneven, 10c to C5c higher than yesterday's closing. Ton $43.6.1; bulk, light and butchers, $l4,60fli 13.30; bulk, packing sows $13.311013.7.1, nlga higher: bulk $13.7.1911.30. v SHBKP Receipts 17,000. Uneven. Lambs mostly weak to 2.1c steady; sheep steady Top western lamba $15.30; good yearlings $12.30; range wethers $10.80; lop native I'M $S,23; feeder lambs mostly $128)13 10: young native breeding evvei $$.503 0.23; few wetern up 111.25. F. D. ABERNETHY Head of Church Street. Business Hours: 8:30 a. m. to 5:30 p. m Three Days Only f the Final Sweeping Clearance The opportunities that will be presented for remarkable savings during these three days may be measured by a Sale of Fine Novelty Sweaters To-day at $6.75 Formerly $16.50 36 line all wool sweaters. A distinctly new and novel belted model. Both light and dark effects including white. Women who have been knitting their own Sweaters will be quick to appreciate this value. The yarn alone would cost more. To-day To-morrow and Saturday Not another day beyond the 31st of July can we say Half-Price for the beautiful dress silks that are filling our counters. Many people have wondered at this great reduction. Many think it unwise on our part, but however this may be, it is our policy to reduce stocks at this season, to .ad just each department in preparation for the new season. Those who take advantage of these extreme low prices will experience no regrets. It will be seen that two gowns may be chosen for the autumn or fall season at the price of one. rmcAr.o corn stARFrrrr Chicago, July 25. Revlnl of export dmand helped give comparative steadiness to the v-hrat mar ket to-day after th bewitderinir downward MVings in price durlnr th IS nours before. The close was irregular at lc net declin to one-half rent advance, with December S2.341, tn .2.34'V and March $2.37',. Corn gained 3c to 3 oaf lr to 2c and provisions L'Cc to 70r. Kstlmates which vver current that 2,onf.nnn bushels of wheat had been taken at the feaJsoard for export led to covertnr by -horts here and in the absence of any fresh liquidation on the part of holder, tended to rally the market. Rural offering In creased, however, and crop reports from tho sprinc wheat PUK continued optimis tic. As a result price upturns did not last well desTilte 'streneth that developed in other cereals and in provisions Drj' weather advices from Illinois, Mis souri and Iowa were chiefly responsible for a substintlal advance scored bv com It w a generally accepted opinion that rain would h-- very beneficial in th three state named, although complaints of deteriori tlon were few and far betw-een. Oats ascended In sympathy with corn. Packers were active buyers nf lard. This circumstance together with higher quota tions on hogs made the provision market climb throughout the day. BOSTON BUTTEK MAHETT (Furnished by the Atsoclited Press) Boston .July 2s. "in t,ii .-.ortnern STfTijc, vesuri 56'?-.1Tc. CHEESE Fresh, choice 25rC'1ic- nrs-1 25 S 27c. VTooH UAMIir.U or COMMKRCK QUOTATIONS ON BUTTER Boston. July 2. BUTTKR -'reamry extras 50c; creamery firsts 53 .V,c creamery seconds S0S2c. creamery third 1.','n4e, dairy butter IS'S' .".Oc: ladles l, 17c; renovated butter ." )'? t? ,"Ic. no-To.v rRonrcK .markkt lloston. July 2S. APPLKS Early varieties $l.,",05j 2.7. bskt. BEANS Car lots, per 10.1 pounds- New York and Michigan pea beans J7.7S(ff$; fair to eood 7 2Sfi7.,if. California small white J7.25ft7.5M; ellow eyes, extras, JU,501fl2, fair to good $ 1 0 ? 1 1 . red kidney", choice, Sl.5O0 1fi fair to Rood $ 12 r 1 4 . California dried limas ?12-5 12."n, .Madagascar fSO: peas fOJjrt.sn, Jobbing prices 25830c above car lots. BEEF Native .Ides 24ff2ti3r. hinds 294 "S'.H'c fores lS't'Stftr; medium sides 20Si21c. hinds 20 ff 27c, fores 14Q13c, cows lii 20r. MILLER TESIGNATET) AS CANDIDATE FOR GCNl baratcfra Sprlnsrs, .v. T July ts.- J complete tstate ticket, headed by NathaJ I.. -Miller of Syracuse as the candidate fol governor, was . recommended to the, nl I rolled republican? by the unofficial Rel puDin-rin .naie convention here. to-da.y I i iie convention also voted by an overl wneimlns majority to support L'nitel States Senator Jajnes w. tt'adsworth Jrl in his ficht for the nomination tosurceel himself The balance o the. State tlrket -was dw isnated as follows. Lieutenant-Governor Jeremlan nf Nassau. bocretary of State John J. Lyons el .New York. Comptroller .Tames A Wendell MontKOmery Attorney-General Charles D. Nftwton ol Livingston. Treasurer X. .Monroe Marshal. Franklin. State Engineer and Surveyor Frank Ml VI Mllams of Oneida. Associate judges of the court of .appeal:! t- rederlck A. Crane of Kincs and EraoH A. ( nase or Greene. Fnlted States Senator .lames TV r.ul worth, Jr.. was designated js the cand date for re-nomination. Elon R. Hooker who wltndivw from tha cubernatonal race was placed in nommaJ tlon by a woman delegate from Brooms county. A Cortland county woman madsi tne seconding speech. ARRIVES IN NOMI CORN Shipment. 1 72. No. yellow $1.70j) CORNMEAI. rer inn pounds, riranulated $1.25. bolted J1.20, feeding J3.2O05 3.25; cracked corn f 3.3.14?3.30, white corn flour tl.TSSr.. white corn meal f 1, 756 5, hominy grits and samp $4.75 5; cream of maize $0. E017S Fancy hennery and nearby 721? 71c; eastern extras (13W05c; western extras rl02c. wetrn extras, firsts. 5052e; west ern firsts i0g4te FWDUR Per 10K pounds, in fis-pound sacks Sprlnit patents, special short. $11.75 ff 15.25; spring patents, standard. $13.2SS 14.fl; spring clears $10.50 12.50, hard win ter patents $12.7514. 50; soft winter pat ents $13.2511 soft winter straights $13$ 13.50; soft winter clears $10.75!? 13; rye flour, white patent, $11911.75. FRUITP Oranges, late Valencia, $2.7511 S box; grapefruit B fi? S.50 box. blackberries 25S35c box. raspberries, pints. lS5J2Sc; blueberries 25'?3nc. currants llffUo. goose, berrle 15fi2nc pineapples $ng 10 rrt. . cantaloupes $2.25J t standard crt., Honey Dew $2ff2.50 crt. ; watermelons lOfoOc each; peaches l "5W 3.75 per rt.bskt ca-rrler HAY AND (STRAW Hay, per ton. No. 1 Timothy $11. No. 2 Timothy $HH93. No. J eastern $32W35. No. 3 hay $27'f32: clover mixed $2632, ftnith hay $2730, rye straw $24ff25. 04t straw $15"& 10. I.AMBS flenuine spring lambs, eastern. 32 A 3.1c. western 326?131u, fall and winter lambs 2562fic. yearlings 22e,2fic; muttons 16Q'.0c: veal HiT25c. MU-LFEED Per ton; Spring bran $53.75; winter bran $50. middlings $81.5064; mixed feed $fil'S0( red dog $7; second clears $.0; gluten feed $75.12; hominy feed $88.50; stock feed $00, oat hulls $50; cot tonseed meal $iR72. OATMKAI. Per OO.pound sacks! Rolled JS.Bfl. cut and ground $0.18. OATS- .Shipment Fancy. 40 lbs., $1,02 105; fancy 3 lbs., $11,A2; regular, 3S lbs.. 0Sc$li regular, 3H lbs,, 06f07c. H ONIONS Texas 1 1.2S crt. I-uitK I'ltuuci .i nptv- nacKs ann short cuts $41 10, medium backs $38.R0lT 40.10; long cuts $45.60; raw leaf lard 24c, rendered leaf 22'tc, pure lard St 4c, POTATOES New southern JOfflO bbl. POULTRY Northern fowl, large, 43f44e; medium I0g'42c, native broilers 60fi 63e; western 355Sn, western, ice packed, large fowls, 39J4no, medium 35Jf38c; small 30j32c; native squabs $5T doz. j pigeons $3,50tff4 dor. LIVE rOULTRY Fowl 3Sjy40c; broilers 17050c; old roosters 233'25c. RKFINKD SUOAR The American quotes sugar, granulated and fine as a basis, at .'24c for lOO.pound lots, lets two per cent 'or cash. Alaska. July 2S. Raold Amundsen Nor wegian explorer who arrived here to-day will remain two .weeks and then wil. steerl his vessel Into the Arctic Ocean for su fivel year expedition, he announced here to-l day Amundsen came here from Sedge, Islandl wnere nts snip, tne .Maud, lies anchored. The two weeks will he occupied in pro-l vislonlng the ship for her long .cruiso.l the explorer said. The Maud which sailed from Norw.ayl in 191S arrived at Sledge Island 15 milesl from here, five days ago, but because ofl storms was unable to make this porf Hundreds of telegrams from ail parts of the world were waiting her' -Jor" Ajnund ren. He announced that a number of-'he. Maud's crew woii'd be discharged and th vessel would resume her voyage, n th northern ocean with only three other-men beside himself aboard The Maud Is a three-masted ship andl carries three hundred tons of supplies. NEWS TOLD IN BRIEF Geneva special to Times says urgent lp-l pea nas just reached Switzerland froro Vienna asking that 45,000 Austrian children who are In a desperate state should b received by Swiss families for six weeks or more to be properly fed and reclothfd. Large quantities of paper suits mads In Oermanv helnc dUn1a-,vH at ,v London. Suits are. being retailed at frm $s to $40. i.ast month lo.ono erf impor'ed, and another consignment of J.cVO 1 on tne way. Faculty of Geneva University perfects treatment said to bo positive cure for hoof and mouth disease which has destroyed about SO per cent of Switzerland s rattle according to Times despatch Havoc wrought by plague during last tew years was so great Swiss wero forced to import American and Canadian cheese arid lately have imported cattle. United Statjes government paid approx imately $83,000,000 more for transportation of mall during first four months this y,ir than it did In the previous period, com merce commission says. 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