1'HJS HAHKJS JJA1L, V T1JUWS, UAKKJfi, VT., VVKDNESDA-V, J UN & 30, , 1920.
Newport, N. H., Wedding of Much In
A weddine of much interest to Cor
inth people and adjoining towns oc
curred in Newport, N. 1L, on Wednes
day: June 23, at the home of the bride,
Mr. and Mra. J. Rudolnh Eastman, for
mer resident of this town, the bride
also being a granddaughter of the late
- , Foster I. Sarcent, at which time Kena
Mae Eastman and U. Conrad Snow, son
Of Mr. and Mrs. D. K. (Snow of Man
chester, N. H., were united in mar
riage by Rev. B. L. Chase of Whitney,
Vt., an uncle of the bride.
The bride was attended by Miss
Madge Jackson of Newport, X. H.,
and the groom's attendant was Harold
U. &mith of Manchester, X. H. Bar
bara Eastman and Duane Chase, sis
ter and cousin of the bride, ofliciated as
ling bearer and little Xorman Dicker
non, nephew of the bride, acted as flow
The bride was gowned in white satin
and georgette and carried bride's roses,
her only ornaments being a gold brooch
which Mas worn by her mother and
Iter grandmother Sargent at their wed
dings, and a string of pearls, the gift
of the groom. Miss Jackson wore blue
georgette and carried white carnations.
Miss Minnie Finnigan presided at
the ipiano and also assisted Miss Mura
Eastman in serving in the dining room
utter the ceremony, xne nouse was
tastilv decorated with roses and mar
guerites. The many gifts included cut
glass, china, silver ana linen.
The happy couple left amid a shower
of confetti and the best wishes of a
host of friend. After a short wedding
trio. Mr. and Mrtf. Snow will reside at
Newport, X. II., where he is employed
by Kalph ft. lenney, electrical con
tractor. Corinth friends extend con
' E. C. Woods of Charleston, X. H.,
vaa in town two dav last week in the
interest of his "Garden hill" farm.
Mr. and Mrs.'Earf Hastings were at
J. R. Eastman's , in Newport, N. H.,
and at E. C. Woods', Charlestown, X
II., last week.
Elder F. S. Hartwell is a guest at
G C. Mou 1 ton's. Mr. Hartwell will
speak at the Corinth raoadow church
on Sundav. July 4, at 11 ociock a. m.j
subject, "Astronomy aim the JJibie
. Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Dickinson, John
Munroe and family, Clarence Morse
and family and Fred Cliflin motored to
Mrs. F. J. Hutton attended the ban
quet of the Charlotte Morris assoeia
tion of past matrons and past patrons
nt Montpelier last J hursday evening.
Bernard Edwards of Thompsonville,
Conn., is a guest at his grandfather s,
P. G Morris.
Mrs. Burton Alexander (nee Anna
Edwards) of Springfield, Mass., is at
the Wesson Memorial hospital, room 17,
for an operation for appendicitis. A
peculiar feature of the case is that
file was operated upon by Dr. Erdix
T. Smith, who was a native of Corinth,
as well as his patient, as he is upon
the operating staff of that hospital. '
Ernest Humphrey of Montclair, X.
J., is visiting his sister, Mrs. A. B.
Comstock. He is recuperating from a
Sickness in the hospital.
Mr. Cram of Pawtucket, R. t, is at
H. W. Chalmers for a few days,
'i Glenn Aldrich of Claremont, X. H.,
accompanied by his friend, Guy Davis,
were over-Sunday guests of his aunt,
Mrs. George A. Parker. They came on
their motor cycles.
Bryan ' Fitts and sister, Sarah, of
Windsor came on his motor evele to
the home of their grandmother barling
Oscar Hall is no better and his milk
team to the creamery has been discon
tinued, after 20 years of continuous
delivery, which is quite a disappoint
ment to his many old customers.
Wilbur Bourdelais 'of Lynn, Mass.,
Is spending two weeks' vacation on his
farm with his wife.
T. D. Fellows and Frank Craig were
in Bradford Monday on business.
Mr. Edwards, nurseryman, has been
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Wa
termaa. Eugene Bacon is helping Mrs. J. T.
Tarter on her farm this mmmer.
Mrs. Carrie Miller, and two children
of Bradford spent the week end with
friends in this village.
Dan Page and family have moved to
the place known as the Washington
Davis farm in Corinth.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Hood and daugh
ter, Mrs. Martin Tillotson, and the
latters son were in Bradford Wednes
Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Tillotson of
Meredith, A. H.. were called to Orange
by the death of their grandchild. They
aiso visited their son, Martin Tillot
Inn, and family in this village.
Waits River itarted Sunday off right
by giving a fine children's day pro
tram. There were about 2.1 numbers
tm the program and they were ably as
sisted by the Waita River choir. Two
rhildren were baptized by the pator,
R. I. Chapman, at this service and
about 100 mere present to witness the
teremony. Many say the church never
looked prettier "than it did with the
fern, rows and other beautiful flowers
that were so well arranged. Next Sun
iay, Sunday hnol will be in the morn
ing at 10:4. and everybody is urged to
attend. In the evening at 8 o'clork,
the pastor, who has had overseas ex
perience in England, France, Germany,
Luxemburg. Belgium, Italv, Monaco
and who had "over the top, a ell as
"army of occupiation" experience and
fcaa choen to go to the (.'Diversity of
I'rance at Lyons, will give an interpre
tation of his experience. Services at
f"at Orange at 3 n'cln. k p. m. They
re planning a social for the near fu
ture. New face were seen in the audi
rm Sunday. j
et lopenam rume iat ft.i strong
e-unday evening and had a much bet
er choir than uual. Mr. Brrwaj is now
rhaiman of a committee to organir a
rhoir and we are expecting some real
thing to happen. Anvnn having any
friuskal talent at all i requettnt to
report to Mr. Bro n. Serv ie. at Vt
Topi-ham Belt Sunday will he in the
forejKxwi at 10:4 and Sundnj school
ill follow immediately. M chil
dren are coming into the Sunday
choo! now and in the mar futur
Mist White, the superintendent of th
Panda y bool. i planning to arrange
t a children 'a dar prtv" Th h-y
re tn go on a Kke Thursday nh
Hr. Osarman. They wili tak Junf
irwjj and w jrT mmt of t h day.
Mr. and Mrs.' Bursrin and famihr cf
tTt Topham atrd fnrwi frvioi ljt
'!. Vs, were in Waits River tm-
David lorke fmm T'a'Sa"-!. hi
fuoilr, m La lat i'.rrr -u-
Charles Morrill of Strafford is work
ing for his uncle, Alfred H. Dodge, dur
ing tne summer vacation.
Will A. Reed has purchased a truck.
to use in connection with his rapidly
uiciramng luuiocr uuHiness.
The social dance at the town hall
last Friday evening was fairly well
attended and the music by Landi's or
chestra was good and much enjoyed.
Herbert R. Cofby, who has occupied
the Richard Kennedy farm for the
past eight years, will, move his family
to Bane in the near future, where lie
will follow the vocation of a carpen
Daniel G. Stoughton, who recently
sold his house at South Royalton, has
moved his household goods to the home
of Mrs. Ellen Cleveland here in this
village and will make his headquar
ters here when off duty from his voca
tion as a contractor and builder. He
is now engaged in superintending the
construction of a large pulp mill in
Fitzdale, which job will very likely
cover a period ot about two years.
Do not forget the Masonic ball which
will be held under the auspices of
George Washington lodge, No.; 51, FJ
ana a. m., friaay evening oi mis week.
Steele's orchestra of South Royalton,
which in the past has been a, great fac
tor in drawing a large attendance, will
furnish the music for this occasion.
Vlmong those from here who attend
ed the Farnsworth-Angell wedding at
East Brookfield last Thursday evening
were Mr. and Mrs. Leonard H. Bacon,
Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Bacon, Mr.
and Mrs. John W. SpragUe. Mrs. George
C. Tuthcrly and Mr. and Mrs. William
H. Sprague and Charles R. Angell.
Miss Lyle Uaraw is clerking in the
E, A. Corwin Co, store during her sum
mer vacation, taking the place made
vacant upon the return of Mrs. Myron
A. Little to her home in Ooneontaj
Myron A. Little, who had been clerk
ing for O. D. Tracy for the past two
months, returned recently to Oneonta,
X. Y., and resumed his work as travel
ing salesman for a granite manufactur
ing firm in Barre.
Charles R. Durkee and family, who
have occupied the Charles A. Dcnsmore
tenement house during the winter, have
moved back to their farm on the east
hill,- and John H. Flanders and wife
have moved from the bobbin shop
tenement to the Densmore house, va
cated bv Mr. Durkee.
The Orange County garage, which
has been closed since the first of the
vear, is now open for public patron
aie, which fact will fill a long felt
need, since one garage in this place
cannot handle the volume of business
which naturally centralizes its patron
age here. The new propriejvr is Nelson
Bette of Coripth. who a shot time
since came from Boston, where he had
ten years' experisnce in automobile re
pair work, and comes here well recom
mended. He expects to move his tam-
ly here in the near future.
Will H. Luce has been appointed by
the selectmen and county highway su
pervisor to work the state money and
will begin on the Vershire road, where
he left off state work last fall.
Luther Baraw, the older son of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles H. Baraw, who re
cently graduated from the Montpelier
seminary, has returned to Montpelier
and is taking a six months' business
nd commercial course in that city.
Mrs. James B. Stetvart and son, Rob
ert, of Barre came the first of the week
to visit the former's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Hale K. Darling.
Harold E Corwin of Boston arrived
in town last week for a two weeks'
vacation and is the guest of his par
ents, Mr. and Airs. Ernest A. lor-win.
Miss Hope Abbott, who has been
teaching during the past vear in Bris
tol, is spending her vacation at the
home of her mother, Mrs. Rufus Ab
bott in South Washington.
Reginald L. Hill, who graduated last
week from the academic department
of tha I'niversity of Vermont, is spend-
ng a few dava in town as the guest
of his mother. During the past vear
he has, in addition to his senior work
in the academic department, taken the
freshman work in the medical depart
ment and will return to the university
in the fall to continue his studies in
the medical department.
During a short recess of the court.
Judge Stanley C. Wilson is at his home
here from' Manchester, where he is
holding the June term of Bennington
Mr.'and Mrs. Gerald A. Bixhv of Chi
cago are in town for a brief visit at
the home of the former's father, Frank
E. Bixby. .
Mr, and Mrs. Cliarles R. Corwin were
in town for a few days last week and
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Cor
The final wort of putting the post
office uarters in the new Masonic tem
ple in readines for occupancy is being
done by C. N. IVarborn and Col. Bixby
will move into the new quarters on or
before .Inly I.
John Doyle is laying plans for do
ing a large lumber job this fall and
winter and ha purchased a heavy pair
of hores of II. M. Farnham of Mont
pelier. Attorney Hale K. Darling was in
BsrrV on h'Bsl buniness Mondav.
The new summer-trains were put
into effect Monday. "The day New
York express leaves here at 9:52 while
the northbound train in due here at
4:30 p. m. (Woodsville. time). The
night New York trains are. running one
hour earlier than foinicrly, The old
noon New .York train has also been
added, leaving here at 11:25 a. m., anlt
returning at 5:30 p. m. Evening train
south is running one hour later, due
hero at 6:50. The night mails are
now running seven nights per week.
W illi these additions we can now say
that we have rail passenger service be
tween here and Boston.
The afternopn mail north Monday
was held here over an hour due to the
fact that they were unable to unload a
horse that had been shipped by ex
press. It, required a great deal of pa
tience and skill bef6re the horse could
be persuaded to descend ,he runway
from the car to the platform It be
longed to George Lyons of Woodsville
and was of considerable value.
The Girl Up Stairs" was presented
in the church vestry by members of
the. junior Sunday school last Monday
night. The play was under the man
agement of Mrs. Kidder.
E. E. Stark, who has been spending
several weeks with friends in town,
returned to his work in Boston last
Frank Norris and family have been
spending a week or two camping at
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur are visiting
at the home of his sister in Rich
mond. . j
George Clark of Barre was a visitor j
at the home of his daughter, Mrs. j
Leslie lisilev, last Saturday and Sun
Woodsville defeated hitcfifld at
Woodsville last Saturday by a score
of 5 to 3. Leavitt of Lisbon pitched
for Woodsville while McAuly of Man
hester played short, Barber third and
Sullivan second, this makes a com
pletely new infield witlr the exception
of La'rty, who played first. The man
who pitched for Whitefield was a first
string pitcher ot nt. Ansiem s college.
We understand he is to pitch for
Woodsville for the rest of the season.
If so, Woodsville should have a very
strong team, as their mneld at this
tin is air tight. , , ,
Rev. William Chatining Brown of Bos
ton will pleach at the Community
church next Sunday morning. The choir
rehearsal wil be held at the church
Thursday evening. Th,e subject of tlu
pas.tor's sermon last Sunday morning
was "Christ, the Light of the World."
Mr. H, W. Barrows rendered a pleasing
At the meeting of Mansfield Moun
tain grange Saturday evening, Mrs.
Florence Perry was elected secretary,
to nil the vacancy caused by the re
sigiiation of Mrs. Myra Campbell Med
Arlene Allbee is home from the
Sargent school in Boston.
Arthur Syrian, who has been at A.
J. Cote's for the past eight years,"
has gone to Goss Falls, N. H., to
work in a mill, where his father is.
Mrs. Bellrose is at work for B. M.
Swett for a time, while Mrs. Boyee
is having a rest.
Cornelius Irons has gone to Haver
hill. N. If., to wifrk and Ronald is to
work in Williivmstown.
Kenneth Eddy of Woodbury is visit
ing Lester Laird.
Mrs. Generous was in St. Johnsbury
Mrs. Nelson Allen was home from
St. Johnsbury oxer . Sunday-. Her
daughter, Ola, underwent a very seri
ous operation there recently. .
Bert Angell of Lvndonville spent
last week w ith his nephew, Dr. Harvey.
Mr. and Mrs. Levi Bailey of Berlin
are at C. S. Bailey's for a few days.
Dr. Harvey and Mr. Beeman were at
Joe's pond recently.
Sawyer Farrington has been ill for
the past two weeks and confined to
Ralph Peak of St. Albans visited
his sister, Mrs. Ben Moore, Thursday.
Mrs. Flora Hodgdon returned Satur
day to her work at E. P. Walbridgc's
in t aoot.
Mr. and Mr.'S. A. Philhrook spent
Sunday at Roliert Walbriiiv's in
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Batten and Mrs.
Gertrude Philbrook were in Barton
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Russell were at
Elwin Peak's Sunday. Mr. Peak is
Rev. Mr. Blake s goods w ere carred
Naturdiiy and he expects to go to
Maine this week to begin his labor as
Gov. Bartlett to Speak.
The Vermont Equal Suffrage associ
ation feci highlv honored and the state
of Vermont is likewise honored in ha
ing the chief executive of New Hamp
shire a the principal speaker and
gucnt of the association at the nias
meet int? in city hall St. Albans on
Thursday evening July 1. Mrs. Lil
lian H. Olzondnm, chairman of ratifi
cation, has invited Governor dement
to be present and to sit on the plat
form with the governor of New Hamp
shire. Members of the men's ratifica
tion committee and prominent men
and women in the state will also be
on the platform. The men' clubs and
other organizations in St. Alban are
co-operating with the women in ar
ranging the details of the meeting.
While in Vermont, Governor Bartlett.
bImi Miss Katherine Ludington and
Miss Hinsnian of ( onnect ictit, w ill be
gtieMs of ex Gov. and Mrs. t'urtis
has gone to Burlington to re
side. Interesting papers were read by
Mrs. Maud Campbell and A. R. Straw
upon, "Who Can Join the Grange?"
Readings were given by Mrs. Hattie
Recor and C. E. Bellows. A surprise
feature was a character sketch by
Phyllis George, assisted by the lecturer,
Mrs. Delia Tomlinson. The meeting on
July 10 will be held in the evening,
(when the first and second degrees will
A daughter, Gloria Houston Foster,
weighing nine and one-fourth pounds,
was born Sunday morning to Mr. and
Mrs. Hermon J.' Foster at their home
with Mrs. Foster's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. James E. Houston,
Miss Louise Morgan has returned
from Washington, where she visited
her sister, Miss Helen Morgan.
Mr. and Mrs. Willis M. Douglass
and family of ' Jeffersonville visited
Mrs. Doiigiass' brother-in-law and sis
ter, Mr. and Mrs. Leo II. Straw, at
Sunny hill Sunday. Leota and Max
Straw accompanied them home. '
Mr. and Mrs. George S. Marshall and
daughter, Florence, of Penn's Grove, X.
J., former residents of Stowe, are vis
iting Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Smith and
other friends for two weeks. I
Mark Merritt and friend of Middle
field, Conn., passed the week end with
Mr. Merritt's sister and brother-in-law.
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Raymond.
Miss Abbie Allen and helper of Xew
Y'ork City arrived Saturday at the sev
en springs to open the house.
Miss Elizabeth Fuller has completed
her school year at Xorthfield Falls and
is at home for the summer.
Mis Clara Fuller has returned from
Burlington, where she has taken a
course in the Burlington Business col
lege. Mrs. C. O. Burt and daughter, Helen,
left Sunday for Minneapolis to attend
the wedding on Tuesday of Mr. Burt's
sister, Miss Marjorie Burt.
Mr. and Mrs. Carroll J. Munn and
daughter, Mrs. Willis Hoisingtou and
children of Johnson visited their brother-in-law
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. O.
H. Adams, Sunday, meeting there their
sister. Mrs. Frank J. Robinson, of Ma
lone, X. .Y, who is visiting' friends in
-Ids Dorothy Burt has returned from
the Mary Fletcher hospital, where she
has had ah operation for removal of
tonsils and adenoids.
Mias Isabel Smith went Sunday with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred E.
Smith, and brother, Waite, on a motor
trip to Thompson's Point, on her way
to New York, where she ha employ
ment as dietitian at St. Luke's hos
pital. The party was joined at Bur
lington bv their aunt, Mrs. Inez I.
Gorton of Hampton. Va.,,who is pass
ing the summer at Nparhawk sanatori
um and who visited with them, her sis
ter, Mrs. Julia Irving, at Thompson's
A. W. Christianson of St. Johnsbury
and M. F. Ashley of New York were
business visitors in town for the week
L. C. Moody, Washington county
clerk, Mrs. Mary Cutler, of the probate
office, Mrs. Moody of Montpelier and
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Burt were gtiests at
the Lake Mansfield Trout club house
Sunday, Mrs. Moody and Mr. Cutler
remaining for the week.
Fred E. Farrar of Richmond visited
friend in town Sunday.
Mr.' and Mrs. C. I." Mc.Mahon. Rev.
M. E. Bacon, Mrs. Clair Poulson and
daughter, Betty, and Mr. and Mrs. A.
D. Lynch were guests at the Green
Mountain inn Sunday.
Mrs. Abbie Warren, who is recover
ing slowly from her long illness, was
able to leave Burlington Sunday for
Middlesex, where she is stopping with
her brothtr and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Ar
Mrs. Levi Turner is doing well, after
a surgical operation at the Fanny Alien
News from Henry C. McMahon of
Minneapolis has been more favorable
and his slstera. Mra. 0. E. Luce and
Mrs. McSwceney, expected to leave, for
tneir nomes Monday night.
Dr. J. C. Morgnn has returned from
Burlington, where he attended the re
union of the class of 1890' of the Uni
versity of Vermont.
Mr. and .Mrs. E. W. Tinkham and
daughter, Alberta, of Johnson spent
the week end with relatives in town.
Rev. F'. T. Crane of Worcester, Mass.,
is passing a week's vacation with
friends in Stowe. He was formerly the
pastor of Unity church. Mr. Crane
is not preaching at present.
Principal R. C. Mayo, who attended
the reunion of his class (1015) at the
University of Vermont, went Tuesday
to attend" summer school at Columbia
university. Mr. Mayo has completed
his work here.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Butler of Sa
lem, Mass., called on their uncle and
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin R- Bigelow,
and other Stowe friends Monday, while
on a camping trip through New Eng
land. Ray Foster, U. S. K., who haa served
a year on the V. S. 13. North Dakota,
is visiting at the home of nis uncie,
I. A. Foster. Seaman tosterjpias two
years more to serve.
Mr. and Mr. George ' Smith of
Rochester, N. Y., called on Mr. and Mrs.
Edwin R. Bigelow Sunday. . ' "
Mr. and Mrs. Ray A. Baker are par
ents of a daughter, Leitha Louise, born
June 27 ut the Mary Fletcher hos
pital. Mrs. Baker was formerly Miss
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Campbell and
daughter Vivian, went Tuesday to
Burlincton, where the latter will have
an operation for appendicitis at the
Mary Fletcher hospital to-aay.
George W. Chapin of Burlington
came Monday to visit his mother, Mrs.
Lucy thapm, who has recently re
turned to her home, after visiting rela
tives in Waterbury.
Miss Lois Rilev has returned from
Hvde Park and joined his parents, Mr.
aiid Mrs. C. A. Riley, at the Summit
Miss Helen Morgan, who has com
pleted a year of teaching in Washing
ton, has employment there for the
summer with Mrs. V. W. Curtis.
Herbert Warren returned to Brock
ton, Mass., Monday, after passing a
few weeks with relatives in town.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Adams motored
to Burlington Monday, returning on
F. S. Dow of St. Johnsbury was in
Harry McMahon, who has passed a
week' vacation with his mother, Mrs.
Henry McMahon, at, Moscow, has re
turned to Bristol, Conn., where he has
Leon Tatro has returned to Bristol,
Conn., after isiting friends at V. A.
Mrs. Frank Robinson returned Tues
day to Malone, X. Y.. after visiting
her sister, Mrs. O. H. Adams, and oth
er friends in Stowe. .
Otho Boyce went Monday to Spring
field. Mass., where he expects to have
, Miss Lillian Demerritt went Tuesday
to Sucar Hill. X. H., where she has em
ployment at the Sunset Hill house for'
the" summer. j
Mr. and Mr. Charles L. Sarsfield of
Marlboro, Mass., are at the home of
Mrs. Sarsfield' parents, Mr. and Mrs.
George W. Zuzzell, for a two weeks
Mrs. Bern Ice, Lang Ayers went on
Monday to Bennington, where she Will
leave her little son, Dwight, with her
aunt, Mrs. L. Warren, while ahe at
tends the University of Vermont sum
mer school. Mrs. Ayer expect .to
teach the coming year in the graded
school in Morrisville.
Sir. and Mrs. James McDonald, who
have visited their uncle and aunt, Mr.
and Mrs. I. A. Foster, On their wedding
trip, left ' Monday for their home at
Fort Covington,-X. Y.- . .
Mr. Rhuhannah Warren of Water
bury is at J. F. Campbell's.
Rev. and Mr. M. H. Smith of Land
grove, who have visited Mrs. Smith's
sister, Mrs. F. J. Holden, and family,
went Tuesday to Calais to visit Rev.
and Mr. E. L. Goddard on their way;
to their home. They were accompanied;
by Mrs. Holden and daughter, Edith,
wiio will pass several weeks with them
Mrs. . Fred Pitkin and daughter of
Epping, X. II., are the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. O. C. Pitkin.
Mrs, Grace Preston lef Thursday
for Crawford, X- II., where he has a
position for the season.
Mrs. L. D. Xute went Saturday to
Boston, where a.he has gone as a dele
gate from the local church to the na
tional council of ' Congregational
churches, to be held there from June
29 to July .
Mr. Xorris Blake of St. Johnsbury
wa the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan
Carpenter last week.--
Mis Ethel Brown js visiting her
grandmother, Mrs.' Aaron Brown.
Miss' Florence Wooster went last
week to Sugar Hill, X. H., where she
has an office position at the Sunset
Hill house. ,
Mrs. Elua J.. Hudson had another
slight shock Sunday, June 20.
C. I. Preston has returned from Wil
liamatown and resumed work on F. H.
Prouty's new house.
Misses Ellen and Geraldinc May of
Barre were guests of .Miss Anna L.
Buriiham a few days last week.
There 'will be a 'Sunday school so
cial at the Congregational church next
V. R. Hudson was in lower Cabit
last Wednesday, being auctioneer at
the Ford sale. Several attended from
this town. ,' ,
Miss Florence Ellia and- brother,
Warren, of Woronoco, Mass., are vis
iting at G. A. Davis.
July 8 is the day we celebrate and
it is almost here. Keep thinking about
it and be on hand. You can't afford
to miss it. ;
A. T. Davis was a business visitor
in Groton Thursday. f-
Communion will be observed next
Charles King of Cabot has recently
purchased the farm owned by E. G.
Cottage in the Green Mountains
for Sale or to Rent at a Bargain
Ideal Summer cottage on Lake Elmore, four miles from
Morrisville, Vt., with six' sleeping rooms, one large sleep
ing porch, one living-room, one dining-room, kitchen, and
large piazza ; also garage, barn, boat house and several
boats; high elevation, pure spring water, excellent hshing,
and beautiful drives to many interesting points, including
Mount Mansfield, Caspian Lake, and State Capitol. Mails
twice a day.
Strong Hardware Co., Burlington, Vt.
on the job all the
time. Bring in your
broken parts and
Have them made as
good as new.
307 No- Maia St. ' Barre, Vt
Special for This Week
Mony-saving sale of Shoes and Stockings. Buy while
they're low, you'll not regret it.
Men's High Shoes, were $3.30, now $2.79
Men's High, Shoes, were $2.15, new $1.83
Men's High Shoes, were $1.55, now .$1.29
Boys' Shoes, were $3.00, now $2.65
Youths' Shoes, were $1.65, now '.$1.39
Youths' Shoes, were $1.30. now $1.10
Ladies' Oxfords, were $3.67, now. $3.10
Ladies' Oxfords, were $2.50, now. .$2.10
Ladies' Oxfords and White Pumps, were $2.35, now. .$1.98
Ladies, High Shoes, were ,$4.75, now .$3.98..
Ladies' High Shoes, were $3.25, now $2.77
CHILDREN'S PUMPS AND OXFORDS
$2.00 "Values, now k $1.79
$1.80 Value, now $1.53
$1.15 value, now 98c
CHILDREN'S HIGH SHOES
$2.10 value, now'.. $1.79
$1.45 value, now - $1.23
Men's, per pair 39c
Women's and Children's, per pair, at 25c
This lot we had in stock thus enabling to sell at such low
prices. Call now.
NOT J oj
i ax voirii
Mrs. Clarence Sault and flaiiRhtrr of
Springfield are in town visiting rela
tives and friend.'having formerly liied
in this place.
The funeral of the lale Andrew Herd
hoe death occurred at the home !
his sister. Mr. K. A. Ilruce, on Sunl i.v.
helil on Tiieday and the remain
were taken n Man-hMer. V. H.. for
burial. Mr. Kpd had one son lc
prewnt at the er ires and ac
oompanied the party to Manchester.
Jeerl tay ago an or.tT rc
ceied that the iot.ffice at E-
Fraintrc wa l.is)i.-., and the worl
would he Hon from this office. Eat-r
report decide tht the offife will o.n
tinne tlwre as formerly, and work on
timwd upon th mhv lm.
iTrfaratKn r- ii prrr-f h-rr f..r
an rteiv celcl.rat inn on Mondat
the ,1h. and the whole affair will ! i
rharce of the American ErfKin. Th
day will be f'lll of am;i"mTt. Ivtrin
ncg at an esrlr hour with tl rm?m:
of hrll and blow injt of whxtl.
parade will alo hr cien in tl fore
noon in whi.- many will participate.
Many organisation will I rprM-ntei
in thi parade and float finely derated
will hr nnmrioii. l.inn at the ath
Mtr fi'll. a "4 in th ennj an il
lnmir,tu.. and grand hall at the Sal
i.Hory warHfni. w;iti j,rrolJ' .r
cl""ira c-f etjrht pi- t fnrnh mi
?. 4V. Il.'nH r,vir ill r, J..n
5v ar.4 or t t ,( w
Bore wr frt.M the 4a r f;v ir
IjT'H 1 - .f Usii-K.m. Ma- .
i in twa. I h -f H. !. Hai'h
Pick on Us?
WE'RE as anxious as can
be to give you informa
tion about the $10,000 contest.
Pick on us!
Drop in as soon
See the con
test picture in
then for con
test blanks and
A E T N A -1 Z E
i s m a
tact tot tilt
It ideati&tt ua
it Dtrlm Dtl-nt
Here it a Liberty
D a y I o compact,
clip and hanger for
use any and every
where. We ahould
like to how you onr
complete Daylo line
so that yon can talk
Daylo in your an
swer to the contest.
Barre Elcctnc Co.
Tel., 98, Barre
Montpelier Electric Co.
Tel. 26, Montpelier
Monday, July 5th
Come out and enjoy the day.
While in town come in and
look over our line of Furni
ture. Lee & Clara B. Shortt
"Government Statements" of circulation.
They mean THEIR statements TO the Govern
ment, which is a very different thing.
The Government does not make any statements in
regard to circulation.
Statements to the Government, in the absence of
verification, are valueless to the advertiser.
There is one method and only one of ascertaining
the facts regarding the circulation of a paper.
And that is by referring to the reports of the Audit
Bureau of Circulations.
A publication thatquotes its statement to the
Government in lieu of an A. B. C. report is evading the issue.
Ask to see the A. B. C. report on ,the Daily Times.
Matinee and Evening
THE RIG SPECIAL PARAMOUNT ARTCRAFT PRODUCTION
"Behind It Hue Door"
BY GOUVERNEUR MORRIS, WITH
in the leadinjr role, supported by jnr NOVAK. WALLACE BERRY and other. Paramount stars. A virile, thrilling,
he-man tale of adventure. A story of love and the pea, that will "get", you every second.
ADVENTURE Luring him into a hundred perils of war cn the sea.
MYSTERY There behind the door, with two souls alone and outside, strong men. trembling.
IT'S A PRODUCTION WHICH WILL HOLD YOU SPELLBOUNn
ALSO ADDED ATTRACTIONS THE EIGHTH EPISODE OF
THE LOST CITY
This production will be shown here for the regular admissions
TO-MORROW DORIS MACLAREN AND DOUGLAS MAY IN THE PARAMOUNT FEATURE ATTRACTION
WHAT DOES YOUR HUSBAND DO
AISO " DOG-GONE CLEVER, METRO TWO-ACT COMEDY,AND THE SCREEN MAGAZINE
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