Emporia Gets In. The Bristol <N. H.) Enterprise, 1o which Rev. George Mitchell, of Emporia. who preached at Bristol when he was a student In Boston, is a subscriber, recently contained the following item: "The Enterprise story last week about the removal of the old barn and the coach, formerly used by Warren White, brought an interesting interesting addition from Dr. Charles O. Judkins. of Glens Falls. N. Y.. who says: 'This v.-as the old coach the Drake boys drove through the White mountains, when our pnrty went in 1881. In the party were Ervln, Herbert Herbert and Addle Drake, my Aunt Maria Dolloff. two hart a second rlg>, the Bishop girls. Mother. Aunt Emma Cass. brother George, little Anne, Howard Cass and I. We took 10 days and had e whale of & time.'" J. P. Drnke. of Emporia, was the driver of the coach referred to in the item.