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TIIK HAJUtE" -DAILY TIMES, - BAIiRK. VT., MONDAY, AUGUST 0, 1915. '
THE CRAWFORD HOUSE 'IN THE HEART OF THE HUB COURT STREET DAPTAM SCOLLAY SQUARE W I jn BRATTLE STKtb l . . 200ROOMS With Free Use of AH Baths . RATES: Day ITPWARnC J J A If ilAXMKt anc OUR SPECIAL PLANKS 2? CHICKEN WATERCRESS SALAD FROZEN RUM PUNCH LEMON MERINGUE PIE OR NEAPOLITAN ICE CKfcAM DEMI-TASSE SERVED FOR TWO $1.50 NOTHING LUCE THEM IN BOSTON heut SIRLOIN SLICED TOMATO SALAD FRESH FRUIT SHERBET STRAWBERRY SHORTCAKE OR DEMI-TASSE SERVED FOR TWO COURSES CHANCED ACCORDING TO SEASON lH H Parfecto Cigar for th Gentleman While tha lady Ii Sarvsd i Boi of Swtati RANDOLPH Mr? and Mrs. George Allen and Mrs, Flint were in Northfleld on Saturday for a short stay with friends. Mrs. Frances Sargent came from Northfleld Saturday night for an over night Btay with Mrs. Lizzie Messer and daughter, and on Sunday she went to her home in Bethel. Miss Katherine Metzger closed a two weeks' stay with her brother, Rev. Fra iler Metzger, and family and left for New York to resume business on Sat urday. Dr. and Mrs. Harry Clark of- Dan vers, Mass., after passing a month with their parents in this place, left Sat urday for their home. Misses Dorothy and Marion Hamilton, after ten days here with their grand parents, Rev. and Mrs. Joseph Hamilton, returned Saturday to their home in Woodstock. Mrs. D. M. English has returned from a several weeks' stay in Wellesley with her daughter, Mrs. Flora French, and on her return she was accompanied by her granddaughter, Miss Muriel French, Mho comes to pass a few weeks with lier. Mrs. Charlotte Lilley went to New port, N. H., Saturday to visit relatives for several days. Miss Sylvia Comstock, a stenographer at the Sargent, Osgood & Roundy foun dry, was in Chelsea last week to meet her brother and his wife from Brooklyn, N.Y. , Mrs. Lucie Viall Beekman has returned from New York and is passing several days with her mother, Mrs. V. B. Viall. Miss Josephine Emery, who graduat ed from the Albany Business college, lias a nice position on the clerical force t Dartmouth college. Misses Bertha and Mary Morse have sold their house on Pearl street to Hen ry Farr for $2000 and will give posses sion the first of September. The sale was made by H. M. Gaylord, the local real estate agent. Miss Berniee Briggs is in Ware, Mass., for a few days with her aunt, Mrs. Car rie Williams. Miss Nettve Robbins hot finished her course of instruction in New York uni versify and has come to pass the rest of the summer with her mother, -Mrs. Cora Robbins. Mrs. F. P. Mann has returned from a trip to Oakland Beach, R. I., and is now at her home on Central street. Col. and Mrs. A. B. Chandler have been teveral days in New York on business. Mrs. H. B. llowland and children of San Domingo have come to pass a part of the summer with Mr. Leroy Mann at jthe farm. Kimball Williams has been obliged to have a cancer removed from the back of his hand and although he is making pood recovery, lie is not yet able to use iis hand. Mrs. Grace God ing Hol.tten. after a three weeks' stay with Mrs. E. H. Ma won, has returned to her home in Wol lax ton, Mass. Mrs. John Udnll and her children have rinsed a several weeks' stay with Mrs. I (lull's parent, Mr. and Mrs. K. N. Wardner. and gone to their home in Farmington, N. 11. Miss Jennie. Howe of Orange, Mans., lias been paaaing some time with her aunt, Mrs. J. F. Travers. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sherburne recent ly visited Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Chedel and fsmilv at their cottage at Mascoma lake, fcnfWd. Mrs. E. I Brooks ha returned from Medford. Vim., and her granddaughter, Wanda Webb, has come home with her to remain here and with friends at Fast Granville for the rest of the summer. Mis May Cross hs reached tin place for a short stay with her mother, Mrs. Asensth Cross, after a trip to Califor nia to is it the exposition. HANCOCK Death and Burial of Mrs. George Taylor, Sr., Aged 66 Years. Mrs. George Taylor, sr., who has been seriously ill for some months, passed away at her home Saturday morning, Aug! 1. Mrs. Taylor was a kind neigh bor, always ready to help in times of sickness and trouble. She had been pres ident of the Olive Branch society for many years and will be greatly missed there for her faithful service. Mrs. Tay lor leaves a husband, three daughters, a son, several grandchildren and other relatives, besides a large circle of friends, who will mourn her loss. The funeral was held from her late home on Tuesday afternoon, Rev. O. B Wells of Rochester being the officiating clergyman. There was a large display of beautiful flowers from societies and friends. The members of the Olive Branch attended in a body and marched to the grave, all carrying flowers. Ihe members of her Sunday school class were also in the procession and carried bou auets for the crave. Mrs. Taylor was 66 years of age and had been a lifelong resident ot HaneoeK Much sympathy is given the family, es pecially the husband, who has been in ill health for some time. WATERBURY E Mr. and Mrs. Hale Flint of Randolph have been recent guests at George Farr's. Clinton Claflin of Bethel was here last week to see his father, who is very sick. Miss Berniee Eaton is working for Mrs. John Aldrich in Rochester. Ed. Darlinsr and sister. Grace, are stoppinir at Kinaldo Whittier's. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Race of Gays ville visited at Seymour Lewis' last deck. ROCHESTER Dr. and Sirs. W. M. Huntington ae comnanied JMr. and Mrs. W. H. Nichols to Burlincton Sunday. Mr. Nichols, who is in poor health, will remain at the Mary Fletcher hospital for a time. . ! II At the next grange meeting, uih will be a poverty social. A prize will be given the one who best represents novrtv. and a poverty lunch will be i - - served. Dr. and Mrs. Harry Hubbard and two daughters of I'lainhVld, N. J- are guests of Mrs. Belle Hubbard and Mr. and Mrs Louis Hubbard. Rev. and Mrs. W. A. Tuttle are guests of Dr. and Mrs. Harry Chaffee for a few weeks. Miss Fmma Moses of Randolph visit ed friends in town last week. Dr. Steele of Montpelier was in town recently. Miss Mabel Curtis of Newark, N. J., is a guest of Paul Tinkham s. Mr. and Mrs. George Tupper of Barre have been recent guests of Mr. and Mr. 1. H. Cushman. Miss Ellen Newton ' Springfield, Mass., i visiting old friend in town. The town clerk' office has been moved to the lower part of C. T. Osha house. WAITSFIELD WASHINGTON Mis Grace Reed Joslyn of New York City is spending her vacation at the home of ber hrotlier, II. r. Joaiyn. Mr. and Mr. B. C. Douglass are pack ing their household goods preparatory to moving to Brandon. The south srhnolhouae is being pspered and painted on the interior. Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Skinner spent Thursday at K. O. Heath' In Fast War ren. Everett Walli is spending everl dav at the home of Franklin G. Wil liam in Bridport. Richard Baker of St. Johnshury vis ited relative in town the pt week. Mis Marion Wilkin of waternury spent a few dsys at Howard Jolyn' Ust week. John and Hush Clebrk returned E. Campbell Took a Ride With Avia- tor Gray. A far as known, the first person from this town to experience the excitement of a ride in the air is K. 15. Campbell. While at Fort Ethan Allen ho had some conversation with Aviator George Gray of Washington, D. C who ha been at Cami) Governor Gates and is the same aviator that was expected to fly at the Northfleld fair. A rido of ISO to zoo ieet wan taken bv Mr. Campbell in this Wright biplane. They were gone about an hour. Mr. Campbell is very enthusias tic over the trip and is now ready for a one or two-thousand mile ride. This ex perience is certainly novel. Mr. Camp bell spoke of a peculiar sensation as the machine left the ground, but following this came one of great pleasure over the ascent. Mr. Campbell returned to his summer home at Highgato Saturday ac companied by Attorney C. B. Adams. The Bradford Opinion of Aug. 6 had an interesting write-up 01 inn cronnd." which they call "A splendid community institution." It also contains six cuts, two groups, tnree 01 me games and one of Miss Stranahan, the director and originator. Miss Blanche Strana han is a Waterbury girl of whom her home, people are justly proud. After teaching at Duxbury Corners and in our graded school, she went to Bradford, where for eight years she has been a successful primary school teacher. The paper savs, "She is doing a real service for Bradford in the effort she is putting forth, not alone as director of the play ground, but In the work she is doing to put matters on a sound financial basis. A little later Miss Stranahan is planning to put on "A Dream of Fairy-Land," with 60 girls, and the boys will also have a part. Miss sstrananan is a siHier oi Hurnld Stranahan of Montpelier. Since the death of her father, Millard Strana han, her mother has gone to Bradford to live with her. Examinations for teacher's certificates and for free tuition will be held next Thursday and Friday, Aug. 12 and 13. Mra. E. T. Houston will be in charge of the same. Any applicants unknown must furnish recommendations. Mrs. R, N. Demeritt and Miss Laura Demeritt were guests in Burlington Fri day of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Demeritt. Miss Laura remained and will spend a week in camp at Mallett's Bay with her brother and wife. Mrs. Sheridan Bovce has returned to her work at the hospital, after being de tained at home by illness. The Mending club had a recent meet ing with Mrs. Albert Rattee and meets next Thursday with Mrs. Frank Towne at Duxbury Corner. Mr. and Irs. William Preston of Cor nish. N. Hi are truests of Mrs. Freston'i hrnthpr and wife. Mr. and Mrs. John Preston. It is 55 years since, the broth crs have met. Mm. L. S. Wvman has moved her goods from here and the Ward home in Moretown and is to make her residence w ith her daughter, Mrs. Frank Graves of Atponany, near Providence, K. I. airs Wyman's home has i-en for years in this vicinity and she will be greatly missed. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Watson and daughter and chauffeur of Providence R, 1.. have returned home after a visit at Mrs. Watson's girlhood home with Mrs. R. IT. Crossett. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Shipman are guest ef relatives in Nest Canaan, . H. Miss Julia Shipman has for her guest Miss Anna McGowan of Hurlingtou. rn dav afternoon she entertained in Miss MeGowan's honor. Next Thursday afternoon and evening a social time will b passed at the new bungalow of Mrs. Sterling in Noutn Duxbury for the benefit of the cemetery association of that place. In the even ing a concert will be given by the More town band. Should the weather be un favorable the Catherine will be the fol lowing dy. The large amount of porch room assure anyone of a delightful time. M. H. Moody. Dr. and Mr. G. S. Bid well and their cuest. Mr. and Mra. Gib son and the Misses Lectins and Tauline Bidwell, were guests in Starksboro Sat urdav of Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Wyman. The trip was made in Mr. Moody a car. Mr. and Mr. C. W. Warren of Worces ter. Ma., are guest of J. E. Crossett and other relative on Crossett hill. PLAINFIELD. Descendants of John P. Ayers Held Re union Last Wednesday. Although the weather man prophesied rain for Wednesday. 30 descendant oi the lato John P. Avers met at Camp Ayers Aug. 4 for their 10th annual re union. Tho camn was tastefully decorat ed with cut flowers, ferns and gailards. As usual, the tables were bountifully supplied from the manv lunch baskets. Later, fruit and ice cream were served. As rain began to fall soon after dinner the business meeting was held in tho camp. President V. K. Ayers called the meeting to order. The report of last year's meeting waa read. The old board of offleers was re-elected a follows: President, V. E. Ayers, Barre; vice-presidents, F. J. Bancroft, Pawtucket, R. I., John T. Ayers, Libertyville, 111., F. L. Page, Barre, and B. A. Colby, Portland, Ore.j secretary, Mrs. V. A. Bemis, Plain field j treasurer, Mrs. L. C. Baldwin, Plainfield; committee on entertainment, Misses Ethel Colby and Ethel Bemis, Plainfield, Misses Jettie Clark and Mur dena Smith, Barre, and Fred O, Page, Marshfield. The following program was given: Recitations, Wayland and Eliza beth J'age; readings, Burnham Colby and Mrs. Flora Clark; poem, "The Sand Man," Fred L. Page. Letters were read from Mrs. Lucia Ayers, Clarence Colby, E. V. Wilson, Josie Colbv, Margaret Ban croft, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Colby and Fred Bancroft. A very interesting ac count of Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Ayers' trip to the Pacific coast was given by V. h. Ayers. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Ayers, Mrs. Flora Clark, Miss Berniee Clark and Gladstone LiarK Barre; Mrs.'- Florence Smith and daugh ters, Groton pond; Mr. and Mrs. A. M fate and children and Miss Jettie Clark North Montpelier; Fred L. Page an friend, Barre; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Page Marshfield; Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Page an children, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Colby, Miss Ethel Colby, Burnham Colby. Mrs. V. A, Bemis and daughter, Ethel, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Baldwin. At the close of the meet ing the following song, composed by Miss Ethel Colby, was sang to the tun "Swanee River": I Superb' I Srv1 Maker ntiht High f WVgSSbC. Gradi TurkUh and L I t'OVPtian CiganlUt in th World. Bl BETHEL Wednesday evening a literary program mnJt nmmnd will h rivea ia School Louse halL the prowls to be used fwilri1y front ftx tma Alien. h. rrhi of new book for the li- I-ouis C, Wh.fcomb ha moved his lirsrT. An interestina feature of the rrograra w ill be th rtidinig of storie iy MiM Towpy. iwetitly of the Pratt frmtitut of Brooklyn. Mr. and Mr, .low-pa IiW will fumih music for the promenade. Everybody com and H.ng the rhildro; and X' memh. r that it is for the benefit of the library. U1BSTESVILLE. t. 4hw th Baptist FpieT' The Sniwisy hl fnfic will he beld n Tu4y, Anr. 10, t Wiriamrtoww fTtlf. The V Hter ill thildfa are Led to MtrM at th WrrV at a "l.k. Tli .rstiftevi!l fVild? will armM at t Mil tw at a. m T mm will trt from f.t flsrre M ! rf V-itTVl!l. All pJ-! nlw b t-m of ltir c-wfi, or sirf", W tsk tl-em. family int th Reuben Bste tenement boll. Roto W. MeAlltr ha bn suffer ing from a badly strained Side the pt k. Mis Joanna Marthy of Montpelier is a git at JKn Sander. Mr. ill Boyc of Waterbury is a gwt at Bert Savsge's. t . I. Joly and fswily prt t0 1sv th frt w-k with Mrs. K!n ) .In n'rt. ti htt bnm in wport. X. H. Mi i.lsdv -!'. who ha ba a (rnt t t . IT. womb' returned to her Imtn in Burr Fndsy. Mm I've'jw Trak I v iM irg rla ti t Tlarre. Vts. y1ha Wilmn nd UnfMr. l;4th. of e WV City got of Vr. Hsir'i raew M Vr. Mrtha Ktw. I4 y sod Wi'e ar ft of Mr. Ma'prt Tk-v. An xcitinff bsll gsm ws played Sat urday afternoon between the Watrbury ami Morrisville teams. This waa th most sharply contested gam of the sea son and resulted in a wore of 2 to 0 in favor of Waterbury. Th ho?n team much appreciated th kind of spirit shown by the visiting team. Mr. and Mrs. R. IT. Bik of Fairfas ar guests of Carl Gray at th bom of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. V. B. Harden. Geort W. Rands!!. Ir- lost ly ligH- nine last week a talusbl rgitrd Hoi- stein bull, which h recently bought of th How herd at Burlington. Dr. W. I- Waswnn had a oalf struck when coming bom from pantiir by a Sew York ear who number was accr taind. Th owner of the car which struck th valuabl gtad row a wk agi ha settled satisfactorily. Th Waubanauke nampffr girls of th Congregational church hav borome too larr for on empnr and another ha in formed. Th other girl kp their nam and giisrdian. Mr. Rny W. IVimritt. Tit Timnger girls hsv -bo-w th fism. IWhelsga, th isasn of th trib of Indian who used to mam ia this psrt of th country. Mrs. W. L. Wasimn i to h their guardian. Raymond rurrH w horn over Sun day and had harg th or.-tra vwtk ta Mrtowa Saturday rvewirtf. j F.. K. I rsry of IVrlm. . , Ut lt r. k fir Saw l'rayww. br h will it It ipoitin "t fcs Iirmald. who pt t rh tW Ant. i - iw.u 1 .... a.,t-J K, rout i hom frw (,il bii of th war. 'Way up upon the fair, green hillside, tar from the street. That's where our hearts are turning ever, There's where we Jove to meet. Oh, many weary miles we've traveled Since last we met, ' But once again we are united With those we ne'er forget. Chorus.! Oh 'tis joy to greet each others. Here in this loved place. And see the happy love-light shining On each familiar face. All roun3 this little farm we wandered When we were young; Here many happy days we squandered Many the songs we aung. Now we are out in life's wild battle With much to fear, But we forget the strife and rattle When we are gathered here. I Chorus. Mrs. IL C. Cutting and Mr. Harry Rinter of West Charleston are spending a few days at Groton pond. Mr. and Mrs. Alsuu Smith, Miss Doro thy Smith, Mrs. S. S. Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Karl Woodcock were in Barre Tues day evening to attend the reception given Mr. and Mrs. H. r . Cutler. Mr. I M. Johnson is reported ill Mrs. Ann Austin is spending a few days with her. Mis Lora Knapp is spending a few days in Lyndonvilln with Mr. and Mrs Raymond Goodwin. Mrs. Florence Smith and daughters Misses Murdena and Joena, who are spending th summer at their camp at Groton pond, visited relatives in town Wednesday and Thursday. A son was born Tuesday, Aug. 3, to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Perkins at the Barre City hospital. W. R. Hutchinson and four sons of Arlington, Mass., were th guests of Mr, and Mra. Joseph Bartlett the. first of last week. M. and Mr. Harry Clark and on, also Miss Leotto Clsrk of Coatieook, P. Q ar visiting relative in town. Mr. Fred tlias and daughter, Ellen. of Concord, N. H., are visiting Misses Jane and Abba Clark. Mr. Edwin lambkin ha returned from Brattleboro, where he ha been viiting Mr. and Mr. Merton Robbin. Mr. Lee Martin and friend spent Fri day in Montpelier. Mr. Xeliton Ham! visited Mr. and Mr. William Mansfield of Montpelier Tburdy. EAST BARRE TearTt Etaminatieaa. Tb-T' esaminat""" ll h C" t th FpauWiPf Nl! ng Ti-dy k I riiat. A--. II and IS- All rowiai l or.kiKwa t woe wiU he r-(n!'M t fumwh Wtias'mial of p'4 Wrl W'f-r. C IT. Wl. t. rummer. Big Crowd Out for Picnic f Red Mea Satnrday, with Daact Following. One of the most njovsbl vent of th season oerurred Saturday, Aug. 7, when W'urhowen trile. No. I, gaGtered ffr their annual pii-nic and games in Rolwrt Vataon' gro. fn of the larg est crowd that ha ever met for an oeraaion of this kind ram together on th grounds ar!y ia th afternoon to take part in th game an1 sport. whirh Itd lat into th vrning. Tb feottir of tb afternoon was tug-of- war btw-n tb sirgl and married men. w Me wa only wiwi oy in laiier after a hard tried out -battl. Th fx-it feature of th aftenmow port a a Mil gam irtw t!e marrw-d and single irwn, whirh agaia waa wow Mr th lwi.l(t a, throtigh th akilfal twirling of Ja rn- Iwwn and b mVrfiil r.ne hand eath try eetiter- t,Ur frank Krutt, whirh hut o!I an rn. t to fagria ana oiap- poititment of th incle IT"-, rega'dl- of th fart that William M'I"fld awd ! Nloa were oa tl f-'itit i"t the unmarried hrew. Th ntyle lad' rwe wa wow hy V tai; tnmd rn-' rc w. with ! hr I ! ..M'oIi : girt' ra.-r, V i- Trml A 1j J V'JS re. Joha Sa?lr. jr. Onit and "the rwme wr rWely fr,:icwed hf oH'-r meiwbTS of th tri. winr d 't'r anf-mst r -lannMi for t Ti grt !-mt. A hfw-ti'l suif-'r of r er.- -n. rak. arw -. fm-t and "tt drifik we fort,iHd Irr the r"He?t l'r th I lwur th li- crmil. . fTVft -! of t dv sa th daw and ftitTta'oiwrrt WH rrT bl ia rwf.m ! -idan' vr vm or-V-- Bethel Team Defeated Randolph 8 to Before Crowd of 400. Bethel won from Randolph 8 to 1 Sat urdav afternoon in a game of baseball on Keleher's field, which drew a crowd of about 400. the best of the season The Bethel team was strengthened by several nlavers from Barre and else where, including Joe Weafer, always favorite here, and a former player on the local high school team. Ho fulfilled the expectations of the fans, as did the entire local team, including the local part of it. Noble, Corbett and Putnam the last two doing their lull snare o stick-work and base-running as well Spear, the Randolph pitcher, had two bad innings, the fourth and sixth, when he was hamnjered consecutively. He was discouraged also bv poor work in his outfield and the visitors suffered from a preponderating lead obtained by Bethel in the first inning, when with two men out the local scored two runs, on a se rie of errors, some good running, and Weafer's well-placed hit. Cantlin scored for Randolph in the fourth on his bunt. a steal and an error at third base. Kan dolph's infield work was generally good Mrs. Eben M. Lewis died Saturday at her home in Barnard after an illness of several months. During a part of the time her husband was also very ill, but he is now somewhat better. She is sur vived by three daughters, Mrs. Charles Hatho'rn. Mrs. Rhodes and Mrs. Victor Ward, and two sons, Benjamin and Eben She is also survived by three brothers, Edward and Richard Made of White Riv er Junction, and Charles Made of Bos ton, and a sister, Mrs. George Chadwick. The funeral was held yesterday at : o'clock, Rev. J. C. Hazelton officiating. Marcus ILlliard has returned from vis iting relatives in Bristol and other New Hampshire towns. Mrs. W. Rix Tenney and daughter, Ar lene, spent last week with her husband' relative in South Koyalton. Mr. and Mr. W. R. Edmunds of Rut land came Saturday to W. H. Edmunds', Miss Mildred ark of Hard wick is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Harry Emery. The old Episcopal church on the Ran dolph road wa the cene of a largely attended union religious service yester dav at which church people from Royal ton. Bethel. Randolph and Randolph Cen ter and many others were present. The sermon by P.ev. K. M. Derorrest ot t. hieo- pee. Mass.. was a refutation ot the state ment that Christianity is a tanure. i ne music included a solo by Miss Ellen Da vis of I-anraster, n.. who is visiting friends here and in Randolph. Bennett O. Johns of Naugatuck, Conn., is visiting frienda here. Frank Mclaughlin, Nellie Mclaugh lin. Mr. and Mrs. Huntoon of Whit Riv er Junction made up a party which reg istered yesterdsy at the Bascom house. Mrs. Ellen R. Abbott of Franklin, N. IT., is spending several. days with Mrs. Stella Grant. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Moxley of New port. X. II, are at r. r.. Wallaces and with other relatives in this vhinity for a week's stay. GRANITE VI LLE . . . . .i It -w i a t r-- t i - ' r Hrf W i''.ara 1 bn. it l ,.m,.1 W I.-" -1-VlM,6i rrM t th rr..., t IO.ft. .... v . . ,... !K l baoff rj ,f V rrr4 jt r Vt If w,H V-'l-M rw t TV -..-, m ill. W n-,f .t a. m ,w-,.n. J-fcw li.-V-y t-t- f-ut?;-,"l'tt. c ah 4 lied l"vfc. Mr. and Mr. D. H. McDonald re turned Friday from Canada. They made the trip by automobile. Mi Alice McDonald went to Berlin, X. Saturday to spend the week-end. Before returning bom she will make a two weeks' visit in Portland, M. Mr. D. Irstt and daughter. M Jes sie, ar th guest of Mr. L W. Church- II. Mr. and Mi. A. M. Donald of Web- terville vinted frnda In Woodbury on Sunday. They made the, trip by auto mobile and we're act-nmnanied by Mr. and Mr. Andrew Oloen of Washington strei-t, larr. Mr. John IWwell of upper Ciranit II wa taken to th new City hopitl in Barr turdsy. Sh will undergo aa operation. W. Roswell MjW went tn Waterbury, oiin, to day to visit friend. Mrs. William larl rturned Satur- ay from S-hnetady, N. IT. John E. M l of l.rnn. Ma, arrived Saturdar wifl.t. H will viait at tl hon of hia paren Mr. and Mr. W. H. Uil.-w. Mr. John Mld of Averill street. fiarre, waa a wek-md sinlor at the homo of Mra. M. .1. M - ljd. W. II I'aio spent Sun-lay at his horn Fsfh. St. Jolin t? lUf-t t l.piv-opl Clnirth Th S"i4ay a, (mJ Jfintr Will be hrld rm Tu-'!aj. Aug. I". t i!;iamtw a riH. ll W ltr ill rMdrrw ar kd to i"fk' t I' -!iirb at o"tk. Th t.-ar 'ti'le fhilra w .1! aawrrl.l at tl V W More at ' a. m Tewm i'l start from I t liarr tni wrr Wtr ni. A!l growa poi wtw Mv tao of tlw-ir oa. n ait'. w ,T j l--a tal Iti t-t :t-g f f te-sn. I. . 12. Q. W. I. . nf . A, w 1 h hM t t v- ball. plr lt"tv ill. Wed1y m.i-f. Aug II. at " y 'h-fc. H'i i .- ft ftip"rnr AH frtrbr-ra l pmmt. V. J. I mt!r w. a--r-rT. Ti t "fjWr n w-tirr "f fi ". wmr ,'l V b 4 t th i.it H Mr. 3d a ' m 4'rr-wn. rT-r"T tile. tft WJiwly 't-rB,,B .n ti tr -r ar rv'""'1 ' tmd V.- T. ' ta n-;-S!l f ftr i rts- tttt frwr-;- r !" t'W a t-w MONTPELIER Word lias been received here from Los Angeles, Calif., that Eugene Buck t)f this city, who went West several week ago, apparently for a visit, has purchased tho motion picture theatre formerly owned by the lato Edward Sweeney, a former Montpelier resident. Mr. Buck, in his correspondence with a local friend says that lie is doing well and that he is delighted with California. William Carey commenced a week's vacation from his duties as operator in tho local ofliee of the Western Union Telegraph company to-day. Miss Crow of St. Albans will be employed in the local office during the. vacation period.- The remains of MJlo F. Burnham, a former Montpelier resident who died in Florida, arrived yesterday, and burial was in Green Mount cemetery, Rev. Stanley F. Blomfield officiating at the grave. Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Gate and son, Robert, of Liberty street went Saturday afternoon to North Montpelier, where they will visit with Mr. Gate's brother. The former is taking a weeks vacation from his duties as clerk iii the post- office. ' . Mrs. Edward Hutchins of Main street has gone to Northfield, called by the ill ness of her sister, Mrs. Abbie Rumnell. Jack Heinemann of Boston is visiting friends in the city for a few days. He leaves the latter part of the month with his mother for St. Louis, where Mr. Heinemann has a responsible position with an insurance concern. Timely work with the stick made pos sible a 6 to 5 victory for the Clerks over the luckless and winless Tenney team in the City league Saturday afternoon at Intercity park. Eleven safeties min gled with three misplays by the Ten- neys served to allow six men to cross the plate, while six hits were all that the Tenney swatters were able to touch Milo for, two being two-base hits, which drove in two runs. Bousquet and Parry made the extra-base clouts. The score by innings: 1 r h e Clerks .......1 6 0 1 3 1 0 0 0-611 8 Tenney ......2 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 05 6 3 Batteries, J. Milo and W. Milo; Egan and Wallstrom. Umpire, Gear. NORTHFIELD Several from here went to A usable Chasm Thursday on the excursion. Frank W, Dorey spent the week end with his brother, Dr. P. W. Dorey, at Middlebury. A large number went to Fort Ethan Allen yesterday, both by train and au to, to attend the Veterans and Visitors' day exercises of tho National Guard in camp there. ' H. 1). Gibson spent Sunday at Mont pelier. ' Mr. and Mrs. Leon C. Smith went yesterday to Washington, whero they will visit Mr. Smith's parents. ! Mrs. F. N. Whitney and daughter, Harriet, attended the annual meeting of tho Vermona Tress association of Bur ton, Thursday and Friday. Miss Helen E. Holmes is having her annual vacation from her duties at the postofiice and haa gone to Rutherford, N. Y to visit her uncle, William Soper. Rev. apd Mrs. Lear of Texas, father of Prof. J. E. Lear, occupied the pul pit at the Methodist church yesterday morning. Mrs. B. J. Andrews of Burlington re turned home Saturday, after a week', visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jo seph Baker. Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Goodrich Neal W. Richmond, and Morris Her lihy, were some of those who spent the day at Fort Ethan Allen yesterday. John Harrington spent yesterday with relatives at Barre. Mrs. Celeste AldrBch has rented! a, house on Seminary hill, Montpelier, which she plana to occupy while her daughters are attending Montpelier sem inary. Her house on Main street will ba closed while she is residing at Montpel ier. . ' The joint fishing and hunting license appears to be the most popular with sportsmen here. Town Clerk Claude L. Morse bnving issued 85 to 48 fishing licenses and three hunting licenses. Charles H. Heath, W. C. Washburne, C. A. Lang, George HV Almon, L. A. New comb, L. (i. Derrick, Arthur Colby, C J. Cookson, G. W. Shannon and Harry Hull as representatives of Mt. Zion command- ery, Montpelier, were in town Saturday afternoon, to attend the itinera! or Charles N. Whitmarsh, a member of the commandcry. M0 , -. YlWf t A add to its selling i .i -rj The right Hardware for your New Home hardware will beautify your dwelling, make it a better house to live in and value. 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