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Local Team Wins From Bfadford By
Score of Seven to Six. '
Last woek Saturday AVells River
j won from Bradford in an uphill fight
j by a score of seven to six. . Four hit
coupled with a couple of errors gave
Bradford five runo in the third, while
j they neored again in the fifth or errors.
Wells River scored one run in the firt,
one in the third, four in the acvmith
and one in the eighth. Brown was
wild throughout the game, allowing
men to steal with case and also per
mitting hits when hits counted. Errora
were chiefly responsible for most of
the runs scored by Bradford.
The score: '
Wilbur, of
Chase, 3b
Davis, sa
Van Dyke, 2b
Vincent, lb..
Haves, If....!
Htinsnn, e
Merrill, MrDon, rf..
Brown, p
. .
. 4
. 4
. 4
, 4
.4 .
J Murphy, rf 5
Metcalf, if 5
M. Murphy, c 6
(Peters, lb."". 5
it llaskina, ss 4
Dtnnis, if. , . 2
C. Haskins, 2b 4
J Shuioway, 3b 4
! Haskins, p 4
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Harriet C. Jocelyn Given a Divorce
from Stephen P. Jocelyn, Jr. y
There was an adjourned session of
the June term of Orange county court
here last week Wednesday with 'Judge
Frank L; Fish presiding when the con
tested divorce case of Harriet 0. loce
Irn vs. Stephen P. Jocelyn, jr., was
heard and a divorce was granted for
the cause of adultery, and a su'-wLin-tial
alimony waa decreed to the peti
tioner. V. A. Billiard of Burlington
appeared for the petitioner and J. J.
Enright of Burlington appeared for the
petitionee, who for nearly three yrara
has been in France. On Thursday aft
ernoon of last week another adjourned
session of Orange eounty court was
held, with Judge Harrie B. Chase of
Brattleboro presiding, at which sessinn
the findings of fact and judgment was
rendered in the case of the town of
Orange vs.The Barre City Water
Works, which waa heard by Judge
Chase the latter part of July. Judg
ment was entered for the plaintiff to
recover $1,511.62 damages and its costs.
execution' stayed and caus-e will pass
to the supreme court for revision n
exceptions by defendant. Pluuiley,
Plumley 4 ("ampltoll and Hale K. Pur
ling were counsel for the Town of Or
ange and William Wishart, A. f. Fay
and H. William Scott of Barre were
counsel for the Citv of Barre.
in limn
his son.
Tablet &mb
Form frff.W
Ray Reyser, assistant cashier in the
National bank of Orange county, spent
Inst week at his home in Woodnville,
X. H., and during his absence Edward
B Hatch assisted in the bank.
Mrs. Sarah If. Pow and two daugh
ters, Helen and Hattie, of Cambridge,
Mass., are in town for two weeks and
are boarding at Mrs. Eunice A. Lewis.'
Mrs. Leroy S. Ford of Chicago, who
has been the guest of her aunt, Mrs.
William E. Sprapue, for the oust Un
days, left Monday for Worcester,
Mam., to visit her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Clcllan Waldo Fisher, before re
turning to her home.
Miss Nora E. Taylor, who spent the
month of Julv at Old Orchard Beach,
has returned to t'own and opened her
home on Main street.
tieorge M. Thompson, who has been
visiting his brother, Leonard I. Thomp
son, for the past two weeks, returned
to his home in Boston Sunday. Mr.
Thompson has employment is a me
chanic in that city.
Mr. and .Mrs. Harold Moan or Npring- ;
Anl.l faa m .rw in tnts-n lust u.L- I
as the guest of the hitter's ;m rents,
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Hood.
Miss Florence (Joodwin, who has
been attending summer school for
teachers in Burlington, has ret irneil
Mrs. Julia Rogers of Lowell. Mass.,'
and her son. Dr. Cecil Rojrer of Xew
York Citv. are suests of friends ard
(relatives in town during the month of
August and are stopping at the CheNea
News has been received
death of Mr. Jerry Mann on lune fg.tn (1f he being at the time
at a hospital in Washington. D. C, ' f nis death, ! years old. I pto wiih
whuh city has been her home lor near-i in , ,hor, tim before bi rfeV-h Ve
ly ten years. She will le rcmciiln'rod n.j ,nj0,,.d rvd benJth and revno.J
his facilities. enoinif in a -nn-k.'d
home place on the Chelsea-Willi.ims.
town road to Mr. and Mrs. Bryan E,
Marble of Williamstown, and Mr. Ed
wards has moved his family to the
Smith farm just over the line in Wash
ington, which he recently purohtsed
from Mrs. Flint Wf Washington. Mr.
Edwards will, however, move his foin-
ily to a large farm near Richmond,
whnji was recently purchased iy Ins
son, Joseph H. Edwards, who for many
years has been engaged in the furni
ture business in Norfolk, Va.
Bv reason of the fact that Post mas -
1 ter II. O. Bixbv has been ill and con
fined to his home for several days
(eorge F. Flint, who has been his able
assistant in the postnffice most of the
time for five vears and who com;ilcied
his term of scr ice on July 31. hn re
mained on the job to assist the new
assistant, Harold C. West.
Sidney Allen of Boston is
for a time as the guest of
O. Fay Allen.
The remains of X. O. Moore, v ho
will be remembered by many ire as
one of the leading farmers, and pros
perous business men of this town, un
til about 20 yeara ago, were brought
here for interment in the family lot in
Highland cemetery, on Thursday. Aug.
5, accompanied by the widow of hit
I youngest son, the late ulard J.
Moore. Following bis removal fom
town Mr. Moore took up his rei'''me
near Worcester, Mas., where he ton
ducted a market garden farm "Mil
about ten years ago. when he .vent to
Slot's n Junction, British Columbia, to
reside with his oldest son, John W. I
Moore, and after a time went t-i liiej
with his youngest sen, who was acci
dentally killed on the .railroad almiit
six years affo. After the dri'n f hi
son. he r-ame east with the son'- wid
ow to reside at Ent Franklin, where
he had aim made his home end where
Jay, Aug. 3. from the
Summary Stolen Bases, Wilbur 4,
Y. Haskins 3: two base hits, Peters,
H. Haskins, E. Haskins; three-base
hit, Brown j bits, off Brown 5, off Has
kins 12; struck out, by Brow13, by
Haskins 3; base on balls, Brown 2;
wild pitch, Brown; umpire, Carlson.
Amy Duren, who has been In the
south for the lat six months, was at
the home of Mrs. Flora Goss over Sun
day. Ethel and Ronell Cox were visitors in
town during a portion of last week.
Vern Howard and wife of Canaan,
X. H., were guests at the Tavern over
the week end.
"Tiny" Vincent, who is visiting at
the home of his grandmother, Mrs.
Charles Vincent, fell Monday from the
limbs of a large willow tree to the bed
of the river. One arm was dislocated at
the elbow and several bones are feared
to be broken at the wrist. He went
Wedensday to St. Johnsbury for an
X-ray examination. It is estimated
that -he fell nearly 40 feet.
Last Saturday Woodsville lost to
Quebec Royals by a score of one to
nothing. It was as good a game as has
been seen for a long time. "The Que
bec team was able to hit when neces
sary and did not appear to be plaving
pxtrrmely hard. Saturday Woodsville
won from Lyndonville withv Sullivan
pitching. To-day they played a Maji
Chester shoe team. On Saturday, thii
week, Wells River plays (Jroveton at
Groveton. This should be the best
game that we play this season as the
team is by far the most formiable that
we have been up against.
A vyer quite wedding occurred on
Sunday afternoon in East Corinth ut
the home of the officiating clergyman,
Rev. E. P. Cutler of the Congregation
al church, when Miss Alberta Fellows
and Floran A. Church, both of Wett
Jopslmm were united in marriage. The
bride is a lady of rare musical tr.lent
and of much culture and refinement.
The groom is one of the staunch and
much respected men of the town. Mr.
and Mrs. Church will reside here,' vhcre
Mrs. Church is the efficient and high
ly esteemed postmistress, and Mr.
Church is engaged in agriculture. A
host of friends here and in videly
scattered sections of the country wiil
extend congratulations and best wishes.
Mindav niorillllfr there u-hs a nnnH
, I " e ,
3 I attendance at Sunday school, and a
i!! miuience greeted me pastor at
the church service. Special music
marked the service. The sermon, w hich
was on "The Vital Importance of the
Church," was listened to with the
keenest interest and held the closest
attention of everyone there.
Mr. Henry Chandler and daughter,
who came Saturday to join the MeCril
lia family reunion, have returned with
several of the other guests to their
home in tlaremont, X. H.
Taking advantage of the favorable"
weather of the past week many farm
era finished haying.
Those who attended the supper and
entertainment at East Orange Thurs
day night report "It was very good."
Miss Alice Hood and Mabel Forbes
are in Strafford for a few days.
Mrs. William night and children,
who have been at Warren, X. H., have
returned home.
F. O. Fay of Montpelier was in t-w n
Sunday to visit his daughter, Ruth,
who is spending the summer at L. M.
miss -same iiagiey was a visitor in
Barre last 'week, the guest of Miss
Vina Taylor.
There was a dance at the hall rn
Thursday evening which brought forth
a very pleasant social group. Sev-ral
couple attended from East Barre.
Mrs. Waldo Hood and little daughter
were in Barre and Montpelier Thurs
day. Jr. Walter Bcrgin has received
word that Rev. James Struthers, at
one time a pastor here, has arrived
in Glasgow, Scotland, after a rough
nine and a half days' voyage.
Dr. J. A. Dow returned Friday n:ght
from Groton, X. H.
CAliOT -jst
Dr. Frederick Poole gave his wonder
ful address on "The Life and Customs
and Conditions in China" Sunday
morning to 473 interested people,
wiiosr attention was neid till llie very
last minute. It was a service such
as is seldom experienced in Cabot. In
the evening Dr. Edward E. Wells of
Attlcboro gave the address to 2(10 will
ing listeners.. Orchestra music, with 1
Mrs-. Goddard at the piano, was highly j
viroKiiij ana suiiainy renaeren. indeed
tne day will be one that will go down
in Cabot church history.
Wednesday evening there will be a
meeting for the boartd of trustees and
board of stewards at the Methodist
parsonage. All members of the official
organ are requested to attend.
Friday will lie th big Sunday school
picnic, to be held on the picnic grounds
at the Center. Everybody is invited to
come, bring their basket lunches, and
make that day another "Red Letter
day" for the churches and' the chil
dren. ' A suitable program of .ames,
music, etc., la being arranged; and a
good tjme ia in store for everylwdy.
So come. '
Tfo pastor and hia wife will leave
next Monday, 'Aug. 16, 'on their vaca
tion, going directly to the camp meet
ing in Sheldon and making a few short
trips in the state. They will return the
first week in September. "During his
absence Mr. Goddard is desirous that
the people of his church worship with
our friends in the sister church, and
so again enjoy this year the privilege
of fellowship that we all so onjoved
last summer, and especially during the
winter while the Methodist church was
Undergoing extensive improvements.
here ..f the, h, dlP(1 otl Tll,
on June
by many here a Miss Svbil ore.
the older daughter of Will A. George,
who wa a former resident bere.
Filmore Edwards ha sold his little
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321 Colambua Ae Boston, Mas.
Miss Hazel it more was a guest of
friends in Xorthficld Sunday.
Miss Elsie Ingalls of Rutland spent
a week's vacation at the home of her
aunt, Mrs. Frank Brown.
Mrs. William Kerwan of Hyde Park,
Mass., is spending a few day at the,
home of her father, S. G. BntterlHd.
C. J. Frecland was in Xew York
on business a few days this past week.
A. H. How e of West Brookficld, Mass..
molored here during the week and
made a short visit with his brothers,
H. A. and J. W. How, and othr lel
atives. Mrs. C. J. Freeland spent a -lav re
cently with a cousin at Greene's r
torium at Bethel.
.James Seymore and Mrs. Dewev mo
tored here from Randolph Sunday, rrd
called at Charles Howe's and. Rex
Mrs. Lizzie Farnsworth of Randolph
Center recently visited her father and
sisters, S. G. " Butterfield, Mrs. Mvra
Frecland, Mrs. Cassie Kerkin, and Mis
Marr Butterfield.
William McGraw spent the week end
with his sister at Greenfield, M.is.
Miss Waldon and her brother, v ho
ave been visiting their grandmother.
Mrs. Fiske, have returned to the heme
of their parents in Springfield, Mas.
Silas Thresher has the station agent
position at the t . . R. R. station here.
He has been station agent at Georgia,
for several years, and was in the serv
ice for a time during the war.
B. T. Dickinson moved his amify
to th boarding house of the Vermont
Ma'hle Co. the first of the week.
The surveyors, who have been here
the past few week working for the
Marble Co., have completed their work
for the present and have gone 10 their
homes in Rutland. The wives of some
ol them motored here during the week
for a short visit.
t Ahlen Richardson of Braintree vis
ited at th home -f F. C. R'.rb recently.
GeorgeV. Flint was a buincss visit
or :n twn Thursday.
Mrs. H. G. Andrew was a bnsine
Archibald C. Hard, secretary of the
Windsor County Y. M. C. A., occupied
the community church pulpit Sunday
Rev. and Mrs. E. Carroll Eiidict,
returned missionaries from Burma, are
spending the month of August here.
The Old Home week celebration w;ll
begin next Sunday afternoon with l.n
appropriate historic service in the
church at 2 o'clock in the afternoon.
At the meeting of the Crystal Lake
lodge of Odd Fellows last Saturday
night, the second and third degree were
conferred upon seven candidates as fol
lows: George E. Evans of Lyme, X.
H., John A. Simonds of Post Mills,
Rev. J. Arthur Dunlap of The ford
Center, Perry F. Goodell and B. L,
Tilden of Pompanoosie, John O. Hoyt
and C. C. Riley of Corinth.
Ridglcy encampment entertained sev -
eral grand officers and visitors at thfir
regular meeting last week.
A son was born Saturday to Mr. and
Mrs. Bert Hood.
.viiss r-rtna weed or reacham is vis
iting at the home of her aunt, Mrs, L.
G. Welch.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Woodbridse t.f
Boslon returned to their home yester
day after a week's visit with Mr. and
Mrs. C. B. Page. Mrs. Woodbridge is
a sister of Mrs. Page. Other visitors
sit the Page home on Sunday were
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Page of Bradford.
Mr. and Mrs. R. X. Darling of Brad
ford and Mrs. Kate Crawford of Low
ell, Mass., were in town Sunday on
their way to Barnet pond on their va
cation. '
Mrs. Adolph Barney and son of i
are visiting relatives in
Miss Viola Lagare waa at her heme
here over Sunday, returning to St.
Johnsbury Monday afternoon.
Rev. Stead Thornton was in Tier-
tnont, X. If., on 'Thursday to officiate
at the funeral service of Mr. Caro
line Wilson. A number of relatives
from this place attended the service
and accompanied the body, which was
brought here for burial.
. H. W. Heath of Boston and grand-1
eons are guests of Mr. Heath's -noth-I
er, Mrs. Huldah Heath. j
-Mrs. Emma J. Clark and gramlohil-1
dren. Franklin and Ruby, went to their j
cottage at Groton pond on Saturday !
for a two weeks' outing. Tbey were ac
companied by Mrs. Jllian Tage Cham
berlin of Monroe, X. H.
R. I Heath, who was taken s: k the
last of the week, is aomewhti im
proved. Miss Ina Whitehill of Arlington
Heights, Mas., is passing the week
with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
ieorge Eastman.
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his four score and ten year of l.fe
During? the hautauai.a. which ilia
I held here Aug. 1113. the uarlor ' ' 'i,or Northficld Thursday.
! of the Conirregational church will lie
! open between entertainment and way
j be used a a rest room. Light refresh
j ments will be served.
C. E. Jaekson, who has been send
ing several week bere with Mr. -Uk
son. left Mondav
morning lor
few davs on
ton to be a I -sent
nes interests.
Francesco Tironi. who ba Ws rt
the Barre Citv ho-i'ttal for three weeks.
receiving trcstment f-r the woun I lie
; received in th stabUing affray at Fa.r
' le on July 4. ha returned to town
! and i being heid st the jail a s w t
j Be, and bids fair to make a gxvl te
! eovery from hi injury tin Irs s nr'nre-
ti aeen enmplic'in arise.
' M'ki . T Sleeper of Strafford s,, a
i week-ersd vie-ior at the hr-roe "f h:
j sr.othrr, Mrs Abbte L. 5rper.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Kidder motored
to Proctor Saturday to spend the week
end w ith her sister there. They also
moiore! to Burlington from there the
firt of the week.
Judge L. S. Stanton and family mo
tored to Lake Punmore Fridsv, re
turning Monday. Mr. and Mr. Ar
thur Smith are camping there and they
went t v iit them.
Mrs. Sly is here from Worestr.
Mel, she expect to stop here f.r an
indhn'te pfriod on account of her
health. At present she is at the home
of George William.
The tamp Teela Wooket girl vent
to Eat Granville by train Mon !ay.
returning the same evening. Thr had
a pienie dinner at the falls there.
Vrton Pi-k:nsn f Hartford. Conn., j
is a g'iet at th home of M. E. Chssel
for a oeipie of weeks.
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