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THE HAIU1E DAILY TIMES, UAUKE, VT., TUESDAY, AUGUST 21, 1015.
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Builders of the Standardized Car A Demonstration on Request, LANE MANUFACTURING COMPANY DISTRIBUTORS MONTPELIER, VERMONT PLAINFIELD The mother club met with Mrs. II. W. Batchcldcr Thursday afternoon, Aug. 13. Nine members were present. A short program il Riven, confuting of short readings by the members. A bountiful upper wis served, after which the meet ing was adjourned until Sept. 2, at which time it will be held with Mrs. Xcilson. The mothers' club will hold a lawn party and h e cream social at the home of Mrs. Will Davis Saturday evening, Aug. 28. A short program will be given, after which ice cream, cake and home made randies will be for sale. A most cordial Invitation is extended to all. The Next Telephone Directory Closes September First Now is the time to have that telephone installed f Vermont Tel. & Tel. Company EAST BRAINTREE A son was born Sunday to Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Cleveland. Col. F. V. Randall circle. No. 8, Ladies of the G. A. ft-, will hold their regular meetings the first and third Tuesdays in the month at 2 p. m. Meetings will be held in the church vestry. Waldo Flagg of Miller, Xeb, is visiting his brother and siater, G. W. Flagg and Mrs. S. b. Hutchinson. Mrs. Hattie Baldwin and daughter. An nis, of Essex Junction are the guests of Mrs. Baldwin's daughter. Mrs. Daniel IBs as. George E. Parsons and little son. Flisha F. Rollins and Mrs. Minnie Cutting of Hyde I'ark. SUM, Tinted at U. W Flagg 's last week. The village school will begin Monday, Aug. 30, with Mi" blsia DiblsMI as learn er. Mi Freda lYinee is to teach in the dough district. C. F. Raldw ia of Burlington. V. V. M. '16, has returned to that city after pass ing two weeks in town. , John Cbouchey of Water bury is visit ing his sister, Mrs. William I'erharn. About 300 Attended Annual Old Home Week Celebration. Another old home week is numbered with the annals of the past. Iat Sat urday shout 2iH citizens of this town and several from sister towns met at the pin nio grounds at the center. After a pleas ant social hour and sojourn to historic places they gathered in groups ami did justice to the toothsome viands from their well-filled baskets, A lire was kin died in the old pound, where coffee was mado and passed around free of charge. At p. m., John It. Sonter of Montpelier gave a very interesting and historical address upon did customs, historic places and reminiscences of past events. lie spoke in high terms of "Old Joe" Indian, who used to live with his wife, Molly, in Fast Cabot. He said his mother, Mrs. Susan Sentcr, sat in "Old Joe's" lap when a small child. A short program was also carried out consisting of singing by the people in general of old hymns ; recitutions by Mr. Bert Smith, Chester Walker and Donald Cranet a duet by Olive Smith and Paul no Ilurbank, reaihng bv Mrs. J'.mily Smith, some remarks by Chandler Heath of Danville, who was born nad lived in Cabot until a young man. Ho gave the people a very cordial invitation to gath er next year near where the old yellow house used to stand in the plains. The proposition was left in the hands of the old home week committee to decide the matter. The singing of "America" brought to a close another long to be re membered day. . . f Sunday morning an audience of nearly 180 were greeted by a very able and ap Mr. and Mrs. If. II. McDonald and Day ton Dodge went yesterday to Burke, S. V., and later will travel further in north ern New York to visit friends. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Woodward of Chapin, HI., who have been nearly, a month with friends in Vermont, visited yentcrday at C. F. Shepard'a. W. B. Kevcs recently sold his farm to (iVrulil Fish of Randolph and with Mrs. Kcyes left yesterday for their new home near Franklin, N. II., A party in charge of W, II. Kendall, Jr., of the Bethel garage, left early yesterday for the White mountains and farther east. In the party were Mrs, George A. Carey and her son, James, on a visit to relatives in Jewiston, Me. Mrs. C. I', Waldo, Mrs. George Newton, Mrs. E. S. Putnam, Mrs. James Cloud, of South Roy alton and Guy Kendall. "' Joseph Curtis has obtained employment at the sugar rellncry in Boston where his brother, (rank, works. Hebcr O. Maynard and family are here for a fortnight's visit with relatives. Miss May Kpaulding of Wallingford, Conn., came Monday to visit , former neighbors. Mrs. C. A. Perkins, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Standish and three children of Weathers- field, Conn., were recent guests at A. I Dinsmore's. . John Martinez of San Diego, Cal., is visiting Paul AVilson. Mr. and Mrs. F. 8. Blossom, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Wilson and Harold Wilson wont Monday to New York. Fremont O. Brown of Bethel and Miss Jane JL Jlathorn of Barnard were mar t$M2 fM2i fsMi Persona desirous nf Kernmma mmn.Uni nJ ........f..1 A ........ Book-keepers, Stenographers, Secretarl. or Commercial Teachers, Z with assurance of employment, will find in the I BRYANT & STRATTON COMMERCIAL SCHOOL BOSTON Now located In Its new school building, 334 Boylatnn Street, a most desirable opportunity for study and practice under the direction aud supervision of a large corps of well known and experienced teachers. Covrhks General commercial course, Stenographlo course, Secretarial course, Civil service course, Commercial teachers course. Every possible requisite is affordod for personal safety, rapid progress, with Cheerful and healthful surroundings. This school does not employ agents, solicitors, canrasers or runners. Persons who cannot call for personal interview may have printed information u wiuii wiu wuuiuun. m diiiii, v in reopen oeptem tier 7tn. II. E. Hibbird, Principal. 334 Boylston Street. Boston. BROOKFIELD propriate sermon by Rev. Henry Jackson ried last Saturday in Woodstock by Rev, of Montciair. N. J. A choir ot Tl voices, H. u. Canneld. mostly elderly people, occupied the old gallery and joined in singing old hymns, accompanied by Sirs, K. V, Walbridge as organist. Miss F.stella Rosenberg of New York is at Mrs. J,uella Judder g for a lew weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sturtevant of Hartford, Conn., are visiting at Mrs. Sa Sirs. Dudley Fitzgerald of Barnet was rah Murtevants in town recently at the home of her I J. ii. .Miller or springtiein, Mass., was brother, George Houghton. I with his family at M N. Kendall's over C. K. Silver tinned over in hi auto Sunday, while out ridimr with Mr. Ladean and Kobert if. toy and family of Isew Ca son Friday nie-ht near th Merritt nlaee naan, Conn., are guests at K. J. t lints, - . i i i t lower Cabot. Jo one was seriously TACK THIS 05 THE TENT POLE. It Lffl II Wiring J2p Repairs FAID1SlBarfeEleclflcCo. Tetlt Haw te Coek Ham Beaas the Camp Way A tigar-eure4 bam weighing about nine sod one-half poaads ansy be eooi'd T a nmp lire in ree ttf terfee- jtici that wnuld tMkle U palate of aa ejKure, an'J tn a la Himtnn bake4 lia ae nle pnt ia tle ahea ia frwt 'of the rampfire. tn ia a kb? ia the 1 gmuttH Un4 wrte ri,a, make a epW-n-dii addition I the ritip me. Take a wa!l ba4aw and w eff t) trrrg PERRY & NOON AN UNEXCELLED FUNERAL FURNISHINGS Hospital ArrjlBlarr Smkf t4 ff the hm ahnnt t nr eiglt imb l1V f a the "itt 4 nl tb bass ia a 'Urr kfHW. wrth the email? f.er be- it. mr lirMlv witfc irna eret n4 n4 iit f r aep the It in the keitte t a imaiering t peTr fr ri! i nr tune bwr. I A'W the bant h !it Inr ihH bK-V tk it frti the kltrrt 4 U th aim M )ar t anj t ft . ia the krttte it h ff-b and ShWnti'".l ff m'tgnr. JVi the tmmmtng ie wwfr, 1?'t wt a M rft. T'he ft WW h) 9 r muit t.4 the wtsf m l-t V-r tn, ,H tljirk I iff tml4 rt"fiiftr ij-t gnn4 In ! I f-irt f a hj. two r tk T i !, we (,! wf,,.t nf t"r r tl k im tm aHr hurt. M-r. Silver ran off the end of culvert. Cecil Smith recently discovered a hen's nest in the crotch of a willow tree which is about seven rods from the house. Miss Rhode Island Red had selected this secluded spot seven feet from the ground nd deposited several nice eggs, which were afterward removed from day to day. Finally she was allowed to keep two of the last ones, which sne faithfully watched over until a tiny little chick appeared, which he is now proudly teach ing how to get its living. This tree has stood the blasts and storms of 01 winters. It was cut for a whip by the late Moses Osgood, while riding horseback from h home to the center, then a lad of 18, When he arrived home, he planted th whip in moist toil, where it took root and grew into a tree which now measures 16 feet and lour inches in circiimfemces its branches covering an area of 52 by 6: feet. Mrs. Meg Goodrich and little son have returned from visiting friends in Cal ais. Miss Mamie Story of Swampscott Mass., has been a guest at r. K. Garney i the past week. Henry Allen has resigned from his po sition in the creamery on account of poor health. Mr. and Mrs. C, M. Haggerty of Cur rier, N. l., visited Mrs. hally Lyford last week. Mrs. Abtiei Lamson was a guest at the home of her son, Arthur, In Montpclier last week. A son arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ganalin Friday, Aug. 1.1 Mrs. Lulu Moore of rroctorsville is housekeeping for N. B. Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Marsh and daugh ter spent a few dsvs recently at the home of Mrs. Msrsh's brother, Dr. A. Lance, In Portsmouth, N. II. Married in Hardwick Aug. !, John Barnett and Miss Gonlant of Walden They have taken an auto trip to Morgan where they plan to camp a month. Mr. and Mre. Phil Kastman of Hard wick, accompanied by Mrs. Carroll Hines, united Mrs. M. Mclntyre recently Rev. and Mrs. G. If. Wright visited their daughter in Woodsville recently. Mrs. Guy Granger of Paasumpsic was a guest at the home of her daughter Martha, last week. Dr. Arthur Lance of Portsmouth, N. II. was. in town recently at F. M. Marsh's. Mr. and Mrs. Will Clarke and daugh tera viaited their son, Robert, in I.yn donville the first of the week. Cary Smith took them In his auto, Mrs. John McLean of St. Johnsbury is visiting at the home of her lather, S. B. Blodgrtt. The sidewalks bave been greatly im proved, the rough place being reur faced, curb stones set aad Lie walk wid ened in severs! ila.-es, twa wiea from Montpelier cveraeeing the work. It Is urelr aa improvement fa the looks as ell as Mfer for pedentrians. Mrs, Gertrude tgood ws a buines timtor in Montpelier recently. Robert Parker f Montgomery was en fertained by Manriee Walbridge recent ly at F.. T. Wal bridge's. Mra. Annie Fre1rw k baa f nohei keen ing bona for V. B. Rngers and returned to bet bme In Maine. Mrs. Fmma Batcbelder f FWti ia vis iting ber wither, Mra. F. F. fcmiH. M. C. Sullraar f Mnntpelier has pr- rhaoed the F.rra Hainea j lace and w ill aewa iwh bit fafni!y there. Ralph Mnra baa bew pending a few dars with relatives Hi ew Hamp shire. Mm. T1iUn4 llarrey an! !irM'-r f riitalelpltia are irtirg rlt'va in Vr. a4 Mrs. A. C. AielH were fia of frx-ng ia hU Jhnbwy re eerfr. Yr. A- I. Ptfmbawi f Parre baa bn St M. I. M"beeW the rt -k. W mf ifter end rT! -ng t law fei!t!v bv bet t Hnirm. Vr. Want ir-h n4 Wf et'Tfinr a few im r at the eif be ". Vfn. F. F. kj"th. I".V ar4 r4 !r1et rnwirv baa Iwo a rv4 r4 Vm fatn Wal hnr 'h rwt Irm 4r J Brt I rim f Ihnn. T. TT, w at be Ktmar to ttil the f t1 4 g nAmm Het. !. Fhltfc! t iV . The ,m-t ,f TeWktt h.l4 tewv rt the Yif " It ihori. Vra. f T. "?". f. Mrs. Fred C. Putnam returned home with them. The census of the town school district. recently completed, reveals the presence of 8l boys and HI girls between six and 18 years of age within the district. A house party made up of Misses Bertha and Bernice Rogers and Gwendo Ivn Cummings, 5Irs. B. C. Rogers, Charles Hoernle, Linus Edmunds and MV'ron Rog ers, is at the Clad in cottage at Barnard lake. Mrs. Edgar G. Cole is visiting former acquaintances in J tar re. Mrs. Charles Banks has returned to Bucksport, Me., after spending the sum mer with her husband at Austin Ha vev's. Miss Ethel Granger will teach, the old Church school the coming term. Mrs. Alice Wilson returned yesterday to East Shoroham after a three weeks' visit at F. K. Atwood's. GROTON Ladies Injured When Thrown from a Carriage Recently. While Mrs. M. M. Collins, Mrs. Fran ces Brooks, and Mrs. Mary Whitehill were out driving Friday evening, their horse became unmanageable when near the residence of Aaron Frost. The ladies were thrown out and Mrs. Brooks sus tained a fracture of the right leg. Mrs. Collins was considerably bruised and shaken up. while Mrs. Whitehill escaped unhurt. Willing hands assisted the la dies in their difficulty and they were taken home by automobile, where Dr. Caldwell and D. G. W. Darling were called to attend them. Mrs. Brooks is an aged l.dy from Manchester, N. H., who has paused the summer with Mrs. Collins. Her daughter, Mias Adelaide Brooks, a trained nurse, arrived here Monday from Niantic, Conn., to care for her mother. Mrs. Sam Dow, who lias been the guest of Mrs. Lena Heath several davs, re turned to Littleton, X. H., yesterday. Dr. Gile of Hanover, X. If., was in town Monday. Eugene Dennis and kUtcr, Miss Ivis Dennis, of St. Johnsbury is passing his vacation witn relatives here. Kenneth Drown of St. Albans is a ?uct of Rev. and Mrs. F. W. Lewis at the Methodift parsonage. Harry Pike of Haverhill, X. II, was in town Tuesday. A son waa horn Monday to Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Ricker. B. K. Kaufman made a buniness trip to Boston Saturday nii-ht. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Smith and Mr. and Mrs. liemig Smith and email daugh- r of " HK-heter. Ma., are at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Smith for ten days' stay. Mis Abbie Rahh of St, Johnthiiry rrived here Ssturdsv, and is the giirt of her niee. Mrs. Helen Welch. Mr. and Mr. R. A. Iavilnn and chil dren and Mr. and Mr. C. J. Bailev, k an automobile trip ! Wetford' Saturday afternoon, where thev vitte4 Rev. and Mr. P. A. Smith oef Sun day. Mr. and Mr. Charle Heath moved beir biebold pink Monday to the wement ia the l aws 14fx k, rerentlr s.ted bv Dr. II. L. Tinotson. VAiVw I"l an4 familv, and TV. and Mr. H. 1 T!Wtn. were at tlwir e- sre at Lake Grotna wver Sunday an4 'nly. Vr. A. M. MWTin en4 daucl.tt f Barre were in tn Monlav. Mr. W. ;. hh e1b-d tn-re run Mfl befet, ,'. H Mn(i l,f nv-m- ing r the i:ln'- of i"1. r. nrtt, br hut han't. Mr. mn4 Vr. 0eb- Adam f Rre- grte were r lW-r twre Salitrdar mi4 wettt t Ike i'T'Anm fw a th thetr wfi. lrw, .f F M Sa nd. w ho mmm a ! rt ,ta a party Mr. T. l J'to aej Hrltr, V t in el-r. M -ttfv. Miss Mattie Holt, who has been spend ing several weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Terrence Calagan, started her homeward journey for Chicago (Sunday night. Mrs. Lehigh and daughter and Miss Aimce Huggard of Oswego, N. Y., who have been spending a month With their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Huggard, returned home Monday. Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Fortis Allis and Watson Allis of Randolph, Mr. and Mrs. Butters and Mrs. Gardner of Haver hill, Mass., were callers at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. W, S. Allis and Mrs. A. L. Folia nsbee. Miss Cleora Morse of Portland, Me., who has been spending two weeks with her brother, L. .YT. Morse, and family, took her departure for home Monday. Sevenfv-five Were present at the chil dren's grange meeting Friday evening and everyone present was pleasantly en tertained. All enjoyed the occasion very much. Mr. and "Mrs. ! Edward Labonta of Springfield are visiting his sisters, Mjs. , T. Blair and Mrs. P. C. Lapan. Mrs. E: F. ' Clark is improving her buildings by the addition of a new piazza and new barn, Messrs. E. A. Sargent and Pope doing the work. Mr. and Mrs. Aitkin and little daugh ter of Woodsville, N. H., were at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A Sargent, last week. 'Miss Kva Grout is sick and under the care of her sister, Miss Clara Grout, a nurse. Mrs. Martha. Crafts, her son, Charles Oafts, and wife and two children of Whateley, Mass., came Monday to spend several days with Mr. and Mrs. T. Csla gan. Henry Holman of Plymouth, Mass., was the guest hunday of air. and Mrs. E. E. Benham. Mrs. E. II. Mason of Randolph visited Thursday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Mason. ' Miss Emma MeClay of Woodstock is pending several days with her cousin, O. Ralph, and wife. Mrs. F. D. Ladd and two daughters of Barre are spending two weeks with her mother, Mrs. Helen Wilcox. R. W. Walbridge is entertaining for several days Mrs. Drivers from Omaha, Neb., and his sister, Mrs. L. M. Allis or Randolph. On account of the cold, damp weather, there was not a large attendance at the Sunday school picnic Wednesday. Hiram Coburn is in very poor health nd is confined to his bed most of the me. Delegsfes appointed from the First hurch Sunday school to attend the Sunday school convention in Williams town this week were eorge J. B. Hall nd Mrs. A. B. Washburn; delegate from the Second church are Deacon W. 8. (raves and Mrs. Helen Wilcox. The Christian Endoavor meeting will be held at the First church nest Sunday evening; subject, ""Frivolity"; leader, Al vin Hall. the last of lust week, visiting at thl home of Mr. Stocker. F. G. Lambcrton and family were IrJ Barre and Montpelier Saturday on busU ucss. James Cassady and family were Sum day guests of L. J.' Eastman. Elsie Bovee took an auto trip to Tun-i bridge Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Houghton anrj Mr. and Mrs. Horry Chandler, of Easto Cabot took an auto trip last week! through New Hampshire and Maine, camping by the way. Mr. abd Mrs. Charles Scribner and his brother, Ernest Scribner, and wifij of Stowe started Wednesday morning for an outing in their auto to the Whita mountains and Boston, intending to vis it a number of places of interest and expecting to be gone a week. ' Mrs. Wilbur Wheeler is stopping all her home in this place while the hay on the place is being cut. Kenneth Lambcrton of Marshfield hill is visiting his aunt, Mrs. W. E, Tibbetta, for a few days. MILK STANDARD NEEDS CHANGE RANDOLPH f AST rutti. Tr'lt nrtrtf f (. ! l lr. Tw4y ewttmr at 7.3'. A 'I ir- V ? rrqnej t be ' trt . p'al wn. fVt !jt n-.l.ie g-a4. The funeral of the late. Daniel Hale Flint was held from his home on Central street on Tuesday, with a large attend- tmt, and interment was fn tue Souta- iew cemetery. Sanatorium aid week began Sunday, when at the different rhurches there was an offering taken for this cauve. Monday evening there was a plsy at the Music ball, before a Urge audience, a per cent f the proceeds going for the soi-w-ty. Tueaday afternoon, a tea was given at the home of Mr. C B. Mollis Msple street, which was generous ly patmnired. Autnn"hi!c U)Wd with a T, railed at the borne f he people snd took any who deire4 to go fur five cents, the charge hewig na4e to swell the fund. !ch night abd afternoon for the most part ef tle week, there is some thing for this benefit. Mis May BrdtsH, a'trr spending sev eral week wrth Mr. F. A. Un. Mt tm Monday for IV How a Fe!', where she will remain two weeks wit bet beol ti er, FrH P.radish, ant Janiily, lf.re re turnirg to Boston. Miss IVirothr XV s went t-i-brMffe V"Mt t rss a part of br etoa with Hi liuth lnrd. Ms Vsrow Hn'tsrl bss f t.he4 bet ,nrr tu!r at the sanstoriusa. for trarg f"t a vurse. s hs b-n grij Nte4 fro iw f"s tirls- Wott-tst .h we,.t hxM for a short Ufor r-nletipg ep" hi 4iit as a ffi- vte tue. Fev. mni Vw F.eorn ( 1,s'-Vst- n 4 their t aM w i' tod Vr. . etw S t-othrr, K. ! n4 tswv't, on Ttf4m. ?'r. IiMim, rior r ( mm in "W rs -if . oa V'0 1st for Ibtofi. b-re she ra t!e n. According to Conclusion of New York In vestigator. The public health reports of the U. S. public health service for Aug. 13, 1913, publishes an article by Prof. H. W. Conn of the Wesleyan , university, Middleton, Conn, on the discrepancies in the reports of analyses of supposedly identical sam ples of" milk. This report, which is in considerable length, considers whether these discrepancies are due to the in evitable difficulties in bacteriological analyses, ni.d the improvements which may be made in the method ot technique of such analyses. In October. 1014, four of the large lab oratories in New York City determined upon a co-operative test by which soma of these questions could, if possible, be answered. The planning and co-ordinat- inir of the whole series was in the hand! of a referee, and the tests lasted seven months and involved something like 2D.- (KH) separate analyses by a variety or methods. The author concludes that the present standard methods of milk analy sis are in need of revision; that individ ual analyses under the best condition are) subject to considerable variation so thst no single count can be properly relied unon. The article contains 19 sepsrato conclusions, and will doubtless prove of great value to those interested in tha standardization of the purity of milk. Why Not Exchange Meals with Your; Neighbors? In the September Women's Home Com panion appear a department called "Tim Exchange" in which various readers re port practical housekeeping ideas which they have dvelped out of their experi ence. A , I ennsvlvania woman writes: "We live in the country, where there is plenty of work and little social life. I enjoy keeping bouse and rooking, but I long'oceasionslly to it down to a mel that oroeotie else baa prepared. Wa have two neighbors living near by. Why not exchange meals! I talked t my neighbor; they were ready to try tha plan, which works admirably. 'One fam ily entertains the other to familit each week at supper. We bad ome difficulty in srettinff our men to fall in with tha plan; but they decided tlwv would rsther go along than eat a cold lunch at borne, and now enjoy the plan." Superb Vktmnum mrtd m-4 I) rt1 M r toe o. f'-t I! w it ! f. T.. Cmrwt ttrt-ow-r " - " . V !. W' rV4 rr mt tt n-t" t 'Uf. t. hf-r, m ' of eo-ti. al iVtsini I towi fo.'W., m Vo-- 1 " ton s-''! r- t wa a frwt ' i.w t. s-m w'n J R I NGEjLBERT a ttmrm-f rW sii a a. r- a tsaw wmmtt ssss. mmm tsmw. Cf AHITITILlt. y 4 .r ,4 too- a !! Q V TV of V 4. .3 t b-14 Uow'i !'. t 2 t " 3" -'.. A f4 5-ttt t o---d I '- o-of t-t. twin CAUST. Fire Insurance I rrpre?rr.t frren frcn cf the !&rpr5t znd ltt Stock tni Mutual Fire Inur sr.ee Crr paries Aik for rates. J. W. DILLON mmt a fstiiw fn fhw fs. F sb-I t' I. !! - ..' Wtet l f-'l I T - fc--ti