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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1921.
WEST FAIRLEE CENTER The West Fairlee Center band pave a most enjoyable concert at the Beaver meadow srhoolhouse Friday evening. Julv .". .Seventy people were present The next public coneert that is being planned M ill be at the Center church iundav aiieinoon, aiis. h, hi connec tion with the public worship. Frank Chesley and his son, Arthur Cheslcy, with the latter's wife and children, former residents of this place, came to church last Sunday. they now live in Lyme. N. H. They were warmly greeted by their old friend Contributions amounting to $40 from the owner of Aloha Hive camp to be West. Fairlee Center cliurch were an nounced last Sunday and a vote of thanks was given to the donors. Mrs. .lames Wise and son, Earl, are with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. M Hubbard. They are soon1 to be joined by Mr. u ise. Fred Coek has instated a Delio light ing system for his farm buildings, This is the second Delco system in this community. The other is owned by Al vah Hatch. A meeting of all committees and workers for the West Fairloe Center fair to be held Wednesday, Aug. 10, will be held at the church vestry Friday evening, July 22. Bills announcing the fair are now out. A leading feature will be the presence of Governor James Hartness of Springfield, who will give the address of the day. Children's prizes will be given at the fair as fol lows: First and second prizes for the following articles Boys' exhibits Vegetables, five or more kinds; and ar ticle of home manufacture ; an articles oe .-farm handicraft; brood of chickens; a calf, pig or sheep;collection of Ver mont leaves, pressed, mounted and amed; trained steers under three years old; original drawing of a convenient barn; business letter applying for a position as a chauffeur. Girls ' ix-hibits-Cake, canned goods, three kinds of vegetables and three Hinds of trnits; crocheted articles; knitted articles; vktchen apron.; sofa pllow; specmen of hand sewine; original druwing ot con venient kitchen. Thcseexhibits are open to girls and boys who attended district school during the spring term or iiki and who have done all the work on their articles for exhibits. The Mothers' club offers a prize of $1 for the girl ex hibitinc the most neatly dressed doll and the same amount to the bov ex hibi ting the best, collection of pressed flowers. Articles for all the children's exhibits will be received by Mrs. B. M. Ball and Mrs. A. L. Hatch. The Plainfield Church f - A. L. Burnham was in Bur a few davs the last of the The time has come."-the walrus said, "To talk of many tilings. Of shoes, and ship, and sealing wax, And cabbages and kings." Hay is being cut rapidly and the crop is much beuer than expected, as the re 'cent rains have thickened the growth greatly. On Sunday, July 17, Rev. Arthur H. Sargent began a series of sermons on "The Beatitudes," his text being "Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of Heaven." The second will be the subject next Sunday, Rev. J. K. MacCillivray, field worker for Sunday schools of the Presbyterian synod of New England, has offered his services to Mr. Sargent (o help start schools in rural districts in Vermont. He will probably spend several days, including a Sunday, in West Fairlee Center, in the near future. The work of Mr. MacGillivray is part of a state wide enterprise, of Sunday school ex tension, under the state department of rural work, of which Rev. A. 1L Sar gent, is superintendents for the State Sunday School association. The East Orange County Sunday School associa tion of which Sheldon Miller is presi-! dent, is the first county association to enter upon this work. Sit down and read our latest mouth of church history. Baccalaureate services on June iz broueht an audience of 173. . t f nu The annual memorial services oi iran Fellows and Rcbekahs were held Sun day morning, June 19, the audience numbering 193. Children s day services were new July 3 with an attendance of 1U7. A fine nrocram- was given by the little folks, including a beautiful poppy drill The exercises were in charge of Miss Vera Rogers, assisted by a committee During the service the pastor baptised the following children: Kenneth Loren, son of Loren U. and Susie 1.. Weaver; Howard Lee, son of Clem J. and Maud Bartlett: Dorothy Mae, daughter of Flovd E. and Evelyn Dow; John Madi son, son of Harold and Elizabeth Perry, and Sibyl Lorraine, daughter of Alton and Edith Weeks. Services ot holy communion were held the same day- in the evening The average attendance at church services for the first six months of the year has been: Morning, 107; evening, 78. The average Sunday morning at tendance during June was 1.30. 1 he first quarterly conference was held by District Superintendent Sharp. It fixed the pastoral salary at $1,500 and home, and voted to furnish each of its members with a copy of the 1921 Conference Minutes free. If any stew ard has not had his copy, it is waiting for him at the cliurch. f The old brick manse was the scene of a ladies' aid social Thursday after noon and evening, June 30. Supper was served and a social good time enjoyed by a full .house. Ice. cream was served in the evening. The program was con versation, grifonola music and some very good annual reports of the finance committee. The long contest has closed between the pastors SundHy school claw, Jso 7, and the two classes taught by W. B. Lance and Alson E. Smith. The boys aid -girls -beat the- pastor's, class bv M in total attendance, so that though the latter has usually filled six pews a Sunday It ha a debt to pay and a treat to give. The expectant boys and girls will not be disappointed. Airs Harold Billings and Mrs. Clifford T.v-;- sie have been assistant teachers in No. 7 djiring the contest MARSHFIELD The band will give another open-sin I concert next jfaturday evening, July Miss lington week. The boy scouts, accompanied bv Rev. Arthur Brotherston, are spend ing the week in camp at. Joe's pond -Mrs. ua Annis visited friends in Groton the last of the week. Fred L. Burnham of Whitehall, Mich., is visiting his mother and sis ter, after an absence of nearly 14 years. He notes some changes in the home town since his last visit. Miss E. H. Stieknev left Monday for her home in St. Johnsbury and sur rounding towns. Mrs. Brotherston ' is spending the week with her parents in her old home n franklin. The ladies' aid was pleasantly en tertained at the parsonage last Wed nesday 'afternoon. -Refreshments of ire cream and wafers were served. The meeting this week is with Mrs. C. M. Lilley. W ork is progressing nice ly for the lawn party to be held about the first of August. Get your con tributions ready and be on hand when the exact date is fixed. j Mr., and Mrs. Horace MeCleary of Windsor and his brother and wife trom the west visited their cousin, Mrs. L. D. Xute, Monday,- and she ac companied them to Albany to visit relatives there. Miss Eleanor and Elsie- Briggs of Barre are visiting their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Cole, this week. Mr. and Mrs. Pelham and da tighter of Fitzdale were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. i.arl Smith Sunday. Mrs. Henry Hartson passed away Mondav, Julv IS. during an operation at the Mary Fletcher hospital in Bur lington. She has been in poor health for some time and went there for treatment about a week ago. She was born in Washington 3 years ago ALL HIS AILMENTS DISAPPEARED When He Tried "Fruit-a-tlves" or Fruit Liver Tablets Mount Belknap Hotru Lakeport, N.H, "At 70 years of nge, chronic Constip ation was causing too to suffer with distressing Headaches, Dizziness and Indigestion. I believe I have taken more medl cine than any half-dozen people in town ; but nothing did me good until I tried 'Fruit-a-tivei'. Right away I could see their good effects. After taWng them for three months, my bowels were regular, and the other ailments disappeared" FRANK A. HALE, 60c. a box, 6 for $2.50, trial size 25c, At dealers or from FRUIT-A-TIVES Limited, OGDENSBURG, N. Y. and leaves besides her husband, one brother and sister. The funeral serv ices were held Wednesday afternoon at I o clock. NORTH FAYSTON Albert E. Laing, superintendent of the Vermont Anti-Saloon league, spoke at the sehoolhouse Sunday and gave very interesting talk. A large number of people went from here to Montpelier Friday to attend the Famham auction. Mr. and Mrs. Morton McAllister o; Barre were in town Thursday on busi ness. NORTH MONTPELIER STOWE At a special meeting of the Mansfield Mountain grange -Tuesday evening th first and second degrees were conferred upon two candidates. Mrs. Frank Med lar of Burlington was present it the meeting. Mrs. Pearl Jarvis and daughter of Barre, who are passing a week -in town, are guests at the Green Mountain inn. Paul Tinkham of Rochester is past ing several days at the home of H E. Pike. J Mrs. C. M. Bugbee and son, Justin, and daughter, Kileen, returned Tues day to Springfield, after visiting her ister, Mrs. F. S. Boardman, and fam ily. Mrs. H. T. Pratt has returned from Marlboro, Mass., where she was called by the illness of her mother. Miss MildryJ Chase of Cadvs Falls is visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Jane Doubleday. Jay Larawav has moved his family Mhi week to Hardwick, where he has employment. Mrs. Xellie Murray and Mrs. Luthera Stearns of Waterbury and Miss Caro line Sked, Miss Laura K. Collister and Miss Caroline Warth of Clevelard, U, were visitors in Stowe Wednesday. Howard Smith, who went to Boston Saturday, was accompanied home Tues day night by Mrs. Smith, who had been visiting in that vicinity. Miss Isabel Smith and guest. Miss Marion Becker, of Brooklyn. X. Y have returned from Thompson's Point, where they passed several days at the home of Mrs. Julia Irving. H. fE. -Pike visited his daughter, Kathryn, and Mrs. Pike at- the Barre City ljosphal Tuesday. Miss Mildred McMahon ha returned from Enfield, X. H-. where she visited. ner motner. .Mrs. trpha M.Mahon, at the home of Miss Maude Raymond. nru ime oi Cleveland. u who is passing his vacation in Vermont, is visiting relatives in Stowe this week. X. B. Johnson is improving his resi dence on Main Hrwt with the addi tion of a ten-foot veranda. A new cold water tank has been in stalled bv X. D. Phelps Co. in ihn par sonnge. The oH one d'sbanded and flooded the bathroom in a most un regenerate manner. The Well family of Attleboro. Mass., gave a concert m the church on July 12, the parts taken as follows: Miss Esther, piano; Gordon, cornet; Miriam, violin; Elsie, 'cello. It was a splendid musical treat and at inter vals between musical numbers Rev. Edward E. Wells kept the house in gales of laughter by his humorous readings. The attendance was 119. The prizes for selling the most tickets ware won by Carl Bartlett and Harold Hud son, who broke even, each selling 24. Winifred Rogers rame next and Eliza beth Page third. Our share of the net proceeds, $16.70, went to the Epworth league to be paid on its centenary pledge. The pastor s birthday came June 22 With Mrs. Hewitt he was the guest of Mrs. Lasher at a fine -linnet served by Mrs. Will .Jreelev. Cards and rifts and kind remembrances came in during the day. including one of the cakes for which Mrs. Joseph Bartlett is so wide ly known. It was the evening of mid week servn-e, and after a meeting led by the Salvation Army in the church Mr. Lance rose and presented the pas tor with a gift in money from his peo ple, rraaia lorifre or Odd helinws, with their usual generosity and kindness also fcent an envelope containing $J0. Uther presents were brought making u total ot jnj.,0. for these and many other kindnessc not specifically men tioned me pastor is deeply grateful. ..Next Sunday morning, July 24, Mrs. Lasher, former pastor at the Congrega tional church, will occupy the pulpit or our church. She will hIko lead the Epworth league, which will he held 7:30 in the place of the usual evening service. CABOT ORANGE Mum Flora Poke has returned from a visit to friends in Washington. Dean and Guy Peake, sons of Mr. and Mrs. E. X. Peake. have the mea sles. Mis Myrtle Wood is working for Mrs. W. E. Tucker. Mrs. Ward Lure of Montpelier is a guest at C L. Peake's. Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Aiken are at H. H. Clark's during haying. During the shower Tuedv nijrht, a email barn belonging to .f. B. Emer son was struk by ltfhtnmj and burned. Tart of the contents were saved. E. L. Flanders, deputy jrsme warden, made tevrral catches of mU troui la. week. The r.!?endr were taken before C. W. lmfril and t-t ! tied. W. W. Fifield was a week end visitor in Georgeville, Que. Mr. and Mrs. (orge Adams of Or leans were recent guests at Hiram Russell's. . Mr. and Mrs. R H. Rogers were called to Walden recently to attend the funeral of Mrs. C. W.'l'atterson. Will Shurtleff of nrdi-k was a truest at Archie Strong's the first tjf the week. A serious mistake was made in the items of last Friday, when it was stated there would be ball game .-unoay aiiernoon. However, it is taken for pranted that no one thinks Calxit people have lowered, their repu tation enoujrh to break the Sabbath in such a manner. Miss Blanche Spaulding of Barre visited at Mrs. Julia Clark's last week. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Prav spent last week at their camp at joe s pona Danville. Miss 'Lizzie Lynch of Charlestown Mass., and Mrs. Harry Townsend of East Montpelier were in the place last Wednesday, calling on friends. Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Spaulding spent ast week at tneir cottage at Joes pond, Danville. Miss Rachel Hollister visited friends in Burlington last week. George Xye has returned to his home n Maiden, alter spending two weeks here with his uncle, Ed. Xye. Mrs. Ruth Butterfleld visited Mm. Mary Hollister in Montpelier a part of last week. Mrs. O. K. Hollister spent a part of last week with her cousin, Mrs. Ila Turner. Misa Flora Wilson of Fulda, Minn., is visiting relatives in the ncinitv. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Hillis spent the weak end at their camp at Joe's pond in Danville. i Mr. and .Mrs. Frank I age of Plain- field went with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Tit kin and daughter on an auto trip Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Batchelder of Plainfield were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Morton McKinstry Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Walker spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Townsend in Barre. Miss Lena Moorcroft of Barre was the guest of her ister, Mrs. W. G. Xye, last week. Mr. and Mrs. John Emery were in Edan Mills Saturday to attend the fu neral of Mrs. William Emery, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Carnes and Miss Annie Gidnev were in Mont pelier Sunday to see the, airplane. Van Persons and Wilford Hathaway went from here Sunday to take a ride in the airplane. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Coburn, Carroll Coburn, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Parker, Misses Ijii.-e and Clara Davis of Springfield, O., spent Sunday and Mon day In the White mountains, where they were met by Mr. and Mrs. Willis Abbott and children of Lewiston, Me. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bowen, Ar thur Bowen. Mrs. Julia Clark, Ray mond and Mildred (lark were in the White mountains Saturday. Mrs. Emma Tucker returned from the hospital Monday, where she has Wen for treatment, and will stop with her son, Cecil, for an undefinite time. Howard Bowen is sick with ton silitis. Mr. and Mrs. Carlie Xelson. Mr, and Mrs. Hugh Henry, son, Harold, and daughter. Miss Alice, motored to Wa terbury Sunday. Crawford Maxwell of Waterbury tti town Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wells and bahy o Washington, D. C, called at the home ot Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Henry Thursday G. C Grandficld and John Care went to Waterbury Saturday Sheridan Boyce of Waitsfield was town Sunday. Mrs. C. C. Xelson and Miss Gladys Xelson were in Moretown one day last week. , MihS ora liriHin of Waterhu'v was at the home of her parents for over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Xeill of Waits field visited at the home of Mr. ant Mrs. Eugene Griffin Sunday. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. John Hoffman Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. I. Fonda and Mrs. Maltice of New Haven, Conn., has been stopping at the home of Mr. an! Mrs. Raymond Whalley the past week. Mr. Chester Xelson has been suffer ing with a carbuncle on her wrist Dr. John Sowles of Barre waS at the home of Hugh Henry on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Wrisley went to Morrisville Sunday, returning Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Will Xelson and son, Ernest, went to Cabot Sunday. Harry Wheeler of Moretown visited at the home of his uncle, Charles Wheeler, on Sunday. Ernet Famham and Harold Henry were in Waitsfield Tuesday. George Carey of Montpelier was in town Tuesday. Mrs. L. J. Xelson returned Wednes day from Boston, where she had been visiting her mother for the past 10 days. Caflie Xelson was in Essex one day last week on business. WAITSFIELD WOODBURY June Marylinn, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Ainsworth, passed away Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Sulhatn of Con necticut are in town for a short stay. Mrs. AV. J. Jellyman and two daugh ter of Barre, Mrs. B. C. Baldwin and daughter, Ruth, of Brattlcboro and Bucll Perry were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Baldwin. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Watson and Mrs. ,1. O. Miller of - Montpelier, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Scott and two children of Hanover, X. H., were callers, at W. B. Thomas' Saturday. Mrs. Maude Davis returned home on Saturduy from Elmore, where she has been for the past week, helping her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Boyce. Children's day was observed at the church last Sunday morning. The chil dren gave some recitations and a short sketch entitled, "Light ot the yoriu," was presented by the young people. One of the features of the morning service was the baptismal service, when eleven came to the altar for bap tism. Eight of thee were taUn into preparatory membership at the same time. The offering for the board of education amounted to $9.29. Xext Sunday evening there is to be a talk on China, illustrated wun aooiu m colored slides. Mr. and Mrs. "W. W. Xelson and family of Lowell, Mass., were guests part -of last week of Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Drennan. Mrs. Chase of Brookneld ts a vis itor of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Morse. Edwin Ferris was in town over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Morse were in Montpelier the last of the week. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Baldwin of East Barre were over-Sunday visitors of relatives in town. Mr. and Mrs. Orrin Smith and fam lv of liock Inland were in town re cent 1 v.' RANDOPLH WAITS RIVER Delinquent Taxes. The delinquent taxes for the town of Topsham have been placed in my hands for collection and the state tax ommis-rioner ha informed me that this tax must be paid. All delinquent taxes that are paid to me before Aug 15, 1921, will be received without cost f collection. After that date costs will be added. E. S. Locke, collector. CORNS Lift Off with Fingers Lieut. Dwight Adams from Camp Benning, Ga., is here with his mothei, Mrs. Mabel Adams, for a two months' leave of absence. Fred Goodwin, who has been here since the Fourth of July with l is par ent's, left Sunday to resume his busi ness in Boston, leaving his father n r.ch improved in health. Mrs. Kate King, who fell down stairs on Saturday night and cut a gash ii. her head, is improving. Rev. Davenport, district superintend ent, arrived hi town on Tuesday on a business trip.. A new cement walk is being laid on Main street from library to the covered bridge, which has been very much need ed for a long time. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Wainwright, who purchased a house on Fales strtet re cently, have been moving this week, after having some repairs made in the interior. Mr. Preston of School street, who has been quite ill, is now able to be out about his business. ' Mr.' and Mrs. John Chase and son, after passing two weeks here, left on Monday for their homoffn Xewuonvillc, Mafc. V hile in town they were, the guests of the former's parents, Mi. and Mrs. Irving Chase. L. J. Blakeley, who resides at the Soldier's home in Bennington, it. here for a few days, visiting his family, who are residents in town. Henry Hatch has resigned his posi tion in the postoflire, and J. H. Stehle succeeds him. Mr. Stehle has been the substitute clerk for several months. Mrs. F. Harriete Hayward is taking a two weeks' vacation from her duties in the postoffice and is passing most of the time at her home, with her par ents. Lawrence McKenna, who hss been oil duty for several weeks with an in jury to his foot, resumed work Tues day in the telegraph office at the station. GRANITFVILLE Misses Margaret Murphy, Agnes Carey and Anna Coughlin are spend ing this week in camp at Joe's pond. They were joined there by Miss Ma mie Coughlin of Hartford, Conn. Mrs. M. ii. Terry and Miss Dorothy McLeod are visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. D, McLeod of Pearl street. Miss Marion McLeod, who has been visiting in Springfield, Mass., came home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Milo S. Shattuck. their daughter, Marion, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Buckley and Charles Darling and son, Alfred, of Lyndonville were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Suitor. Miss Theresa Sheridan, who has been visiting in Burlington returned home Tuesday. Mrs. Norman Murray of Pearl street went to spend a few days with Mrs. John Reilley. Alexander MacKinnon, who came here to spend a short vacation with his parents, returned to Washington, D. C, the early part of last week. the Green Mountain inn Saturday, Julj 2.1. Call and have your eyes examined. adv. WATERBURY E. J. Flutter, optometrist, will be at The KICK is in the TASTE Up j TRADE MARK Bottled at the Brewery. Try a Case-It's Famoat A, MISTRANGELO & SON Telephone 590-J. WASHINGTON Public dance at town hall, Orange, Friday, July 22. Music .furnished bv Manera and Slora's orchestra. A good time guaranteed to all. adv. TOPSHAM Card of Thanks. To all who assisted us in the death and burial of our mother, the late Mrs Mary Hood, we extend sineer thanks. I lie family. Ross Blower Cutters FOR BETTER SILAGE Be ready to .take care of your corn, ORDER EARLY "a Use Ross Cotters. xlr'yy Want ynr ntlfhbar a KOS8 wvn't ht to d tli kmstlnc. Get our special 30-day offer on kerosene engine and cut ter combined Write or Telephone, J. L. ARKLEY & SON, BARRE, VT., For Catalog, Prices and Information. BRACKETT, SHAW & LUNT COMPANY, 1 Washington Street,- Boston, Mass., Somersworth, N. H. New England Distributors Doesn't hurt a bit! Drop a little Freezone" on an aching corn, instantly that corn stops hurting, then shortly you lift it right off with fingers. Truly! our druggist sells a tiny bottle of Freeione" for a few cents, euflieient to remove every hard corn, soft corn, or corn between the toes, and the calluses, thout soreness or irritation. Adv. The Daily Newspaper is an Instant ' Force Mr. and Mrs. R. wick were guests i first of the week. E. Fsrr of Hard t Will Fificld's the Collier of Hardwick is W. W. Fifield. work- W. B ing for Mrs. Walter Alston i recovering from injuries received rent!v by be ing thrown from a load of hay. J. T. Orne wa a bu Burlington the first Will Way is moving his family from the Farrington kkv-k to Est Wood bury. , Glenn Hatih of Craftsbury ws business visitor in twn Tuesday. Warren Rollin in WlHn re cently to attend the funeral of Mrs. C. W. Patierson. "Mea Lance i pend;n few days 'h her g-nlparen's, Mr. and Mr. J. M. Su;ik- SOUTH CABOT Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Cassadv and two friends from Washington, D. C, are visiting at Colon Cassady's for a few lavs. Erie Bovee and family of Harvey How were in the place Sunday. Mrs. Mabel Terhll and daughter of Morrisville are stopping at Mrs. Ter rill's mother's, Mrs. Lizzie Drew, for a while. ' Edson Colbeth and family of Burnet visited at George Rathbone's Sunday. yrr-i to orton rnimiay. George Gee and George Gonvo mo Mr. and Mrs. Car! Mills of Elmore are stopping at Frank Peck's for a w bile. SLOW DEATH Achea, pains, nervousness, diffi culty in urinating, often mean serious disorders. Tb world's ms.res. ,,nr in standard remedy for kidney, liver, of the week. bJ.dder and uric acid troubles COLD MEDAL Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Martin have re urned from spending a week in Stowe. Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Poland and daughter, Mrs. Lara way, from Merri mc. Mass., are guests at A. X. Poland's. Frank Rlly from Henninrford. Canada, has been stopping a few days at J. C. Kingsbury's. Mrs. M.M. Davis from Montaelier turned her daughter, Mrs. J. C. Kings- htwy last week. Miss Clara Maxwell has returned to New .Britain. Conn., after spending month at her home in Waitsfield. Guests at John Maxwell's Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bailey and son. Max, from naterbury. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Shonin and daughter from luxburv were guests st R. J. McAllister's last week. Guests Saturday at B. 1- Joslin's were Miss Katherine Lewis from Xew York, Edwin Lewis from Detroit Mich., and Robert Lewis from Dan ville. Miss Msnde Somerville is spen ing some time at her grandparents home in Warren. The little son of Mr. and Mr George Patterson has been named Rolert Samul. Everett Palmer ws in Waterbury and Burlington over Sunday. miss aiiiiiren rarr irom .Montnelier haOome to ,pYnd het vacation at O. G. Kston s. Mr. anl mm. A. I Hoyce and son, llazen. Mrs. Hubbard from Bingham ton. X. Y., Mr. and Mm. C, M. Rich rdson. Mrs. Minerva Boyce and Josephine Davis from Waiufield in Granville woods Sunday and a picnic dinner. r TfieTimes w not Mm. met had bnr.- eaick rlif an4 eftan war 4 tJly dwmn Ksowa as tba ttaooAal ramsdr of Holla r.4 foe soora tbaa 204 faara. An drstrUta. ia thr at. aM Cat WJ mm SOUTH JROT.4LTON Mrs. John Flint of Montpelier. who had been visit in? relatives in Massa chusetts, stopped here on her way home last Wednesday to visit ht-r cous ins. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Flint. At the regular meeeting of White River grsnge last Wednesday light, the first and ieoond degrees were con ferred on Rev. Ti!bc and wife. Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Tsrbell were in East Grsnrille lat Wednesday, Tallin? on relatives and friends. They were ac companied by two cousins from Massa chusetts. Four young ladies, jubilee singers, gave a concert in the longTejirml chiirrjj last Friday night, which was mw-h .enjoyed by all present. j The funeral of the late George Ray mond was held at his home here 'on day noon and interment vas made in Barre. Rer. W. R Davenport. distri--t su perintendent, preached at the M. chiifS Sunday nipht. t lifton Cbadwx It rf Randolph Cen ter in town Sunday. O. E. Flint of Bradford was tb bom of hi rrept. lr. and Mrs. L. A. Khnt, Sunday. ass f olumiis Offers an Inexpensive Service in Advertising Your Wants, What You Have to, Sell, Or Exchange, Or to Rent ISE national advertisers are making -long-time commitments 'these days. Conditions are changing too rapidly. What may have been a bad market yes terday may be a good one to-morrow. ry An Adv. What might be a fair price to-day may be low or high a week hence. 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