Morrisville Messenger from Morrisville, Vermont on July 27, 1921 · 4
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4 Wednesday, July 27, 1921. Xost,Foiuifl,Wants, For Sals And Special Notices. FOR SALE Cottage at Elligo Lake. ROSE B. SMITH, Craftsbury, Vt., 28-tf-c FOR SALE First class piano; rubber tired buggy, mahogany davenport, dress form. H. J. EDMUNDS Congress St., Morrisville. . 28-tf FOR SALE Chevrolet Truck, (490) 1919, starter, lights, etc. in beet of condition, $350. S. E. STEVENS, Grocer, Franklin, N. H. 28-2t-p FOR SALE Glenwood "E" range, 3 burner oil stove with oven. Both in first class condition. A. E. WHEELER, call or phone 129-R. 28-tf-c FARM WANTED Wanted to hear from owner of a farm or good land for sale for Fall delivery. L. JONES, Box 551, Olney, El ' 28-lt-p WANTED China and furniture dating back to Colonial times or thereabouts. Telephone Mrs. D. D. Miller, 157-2, The Farmhouse, Samo-set, 28-lt-p LOST Sometime Saturday on route, 2shock absorber springs with iron' for same. Please leave at Post office or return to me. R. F. ATCH-INSON, Morrisville. 28-lt-p MORRIS VILLE A Charity dance was ' given last evening at town hall by Coventry and Barbara Miller, who are spending the summer at Samoset, the proceeds of which will be jjiven to the Floating hospital of New York city. Excellent music was furnished by Gill's orchestra. Death of Carlos Coroleus Shaw 22 ACRE FARM for sale on state road three miles from Fairbanks Shops of St. .Johnsbury, leveK field, three cow trout brook watered pasture, 18,000 feet timber, good buildings, mail delivered, can have telephone and electric lights, room for 150 hens, easy drive to shops. Hay in barn, price with bay is $2200. For terms see A. B. DOW'S AGENCY, St. Johnsbury, Vt. 28-2t-p FOR SALE A 10 cow farm, cheap and on the right kind of terms. GEO. ST. ANDREWS, North Wolcott, Vt. 27-3t-c Auto Stage from Morrisvillle to Orleans Leaves the Randall at 2 o'clock. C. T. Collins, Prop. 27-3t-p. CIVIL . SERVICE EXAMINATIONS for vacancies in Postoffice, Railway Mail, Government Departments. Men, women, over 17. $120 monthly. Experience unnecessary. For free particulars, write J. Leonard (former Civil Service examiner) 102 Equitable Bldg., Washington, D. C . 27-2t-p FOR SALE New rubber tired buggy, in good condition. P. R. Davis, Morrisville. 22-tf-c WIDOW With means, would correspond with sincere gentlemen. Box 73, Arc. Sta., Los Angeles, Cal. 25-4p Bargain on Galvanized Roofing Carload just received. If interested, get our low prices. . STRONG HDWE. CO., Burlington, Vt 27-tf-c Vermont Automobile Register FOR 1921 Will be ready for distribution Aug. 1. This book contains nearly 33,000 registrations dealers, motor cycles and re-registrations up to July 1, 1921. Each registration shows license plate number, maker of, car, horse power, maker's number, name and address of owner, A valuable book for car owners, PRICE 50 Cents This is in accordance with provisions of Sec. 5 of No. 140 of the Acts of 1921. A copy will be mailed to any address upon receipt of that amount; Remittance must be made by check, money order or currency. Postage stamps will not be accepted. Harry A. Black, Secretary of State,' Montpelier, Vt. Automobile Dept. ' Carlos Coroleus Shaw died at his home on Elmore St- Sunday after noon; July 24.- The funeral was held at his late home on Tuesday at 2 p. m., Rev. Goodliffe of the Congrega tional church officiating and interment was made in Mountain View cemetery. The bearers were tbe two sons, B. R. Shaw and N S. Shaw, son-in-law, J. S. Banister and Ami Wood. The funeral was largely attended, members ot U. A. K. and W. K. C. attending in a body. Mr. Shaw was born in Morristown May 12, 1845. On March 21 1866 he was united in marriage to Lydia M. Wood, who survives him. He is also survived bv three children. Mrs. J. S. Banister of Morrisville, Bert R. bnaw oi .Burlington and Ned S. Shaw of Morrisville, by two grandchildren, Mrs. Gerald I. Towne and Rena Merrill of Morrisville, also one greatgrandchild, Everett E. Towne. Mr. Shaw was in bis usual health when he arose Sunday morning'. Dur- ing the forenoon he had a slight shock which resulted in bis death at 2 p. m. Carlos C. Shaw is the last of four children of Darwin and -Mary Reed Shaw. He was a Civil War veteran, having enlisted when only 17 years of age and having served 10 months,, 13 days. He was in Co. E. of the 13th Begt. Vt. Vol. Inft. under Col. Francis V. Randall. He fought in several battles, one of which was the famous battle of Gettysburg. In this battle he was wounded by gunshot. He was honorably discharged from service July 21, 1863. Mr. Shaw's occupation was farming until within recent years, when ne Has devotel most of his time to gardening. During the past two years his health bas been declining rapidly. Mr. -Shaw was a kind husband and devoted father. He won many friends during his long life of useful service and he will be greatly missed by all who came to know him. MORRISVILLE CHURCHES FELCHER VILLE Ralph and Mabel Whiteomb of St Albans, Neil "Whiteomb and wife of Waterbury and Mrs. Burleson of the North village were visitors at the Bessey home Sunday. At Fitch Hill Mrs. Noyes entertained a couple of ladies who are looking after the interests of the Home Demonstration work, Miss Pierpont and Miss Truman, who will do the work through this county. Mr. Giroux has helped our. one time neighbor, Mr. Foster, to exchange his hotel in Montgomery for a farm in Craftsbury. Will Grimes ivas laid up a couple of days the past week but is some better. Take it easy, only going this way once. Fred Jones of Eden and two children passed Sunday with his brother, Ed. -F rank Tedford and wife took a trip Sunday to see the doctor the warm weather. Gardner Lucas nlaved for a dance at Rodney Lanpher's last Friday night. What courage they must have Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Whiteomb were at Will Wright's Saturday evening. Madge Jones and Glen Thompson spent Sunday at the Mill's home. Mr. and Mi-s. Ray Bessey, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Decell and children passed Sunday at South Pond. Eden. Ton bad more don't enjoy the fine places in Vermont. How is this for. an old times dav'sN work? 22 loads of oats were stowed away on the Russ Page farm Satur day Dy only two teams and six men. I don't believe they looked at their watch or at the sun every half. hour from dinner time till time to quit. - ine papers say the country is the shortest it has ever been in live stock. What or where will we stand a vear from now? Cattle must be disposed of this fall, if they are shot and buried, for the hay crop is about half what it has been. A good dry cow sold at the cars today will hardlv bring $14.00. We sure will have hard work to meet the taxes. We could hardly meet a $1.00 state tax and one and an must null toerether tn kPPn the taxes down. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Stnck-wpll. Mrs. Elmer Bogue and Ed. Manister and son and Mr. Pierpont, all from Cambridge Junction, and Mrs. Belle Stearns ot Johnson were Sundav vis itors at Oscar Whitcomb's. Herschel Mills and Theodore Whit eomb were visitors at Lake Eden Sunday. I Mr. and Mrs. Glen Sweet and little daughter of Johnson were visitors at Frank Hooper's recently. Mr. and Mrs. Seymore and . son spent Sunday at her father's in Morrisville. Mr. and Mrs. Lucius Noyes passed Sunday in Eden at his mother's. Well, two more meat men called through Felcherville. Page has more stock than he wants so starts out a meat wagon, then Bedell hit the place this morning and that makes five. All prices and all carry very good meat. The cow tester was at .Page's the past week. Miss Delia Whiteomb was at her home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Chase, son and daugh ter of, Eden, Mrs. Lucius Noyes, Mr. and Mrs. Souels and Mr. and Mrs. Northrop of Franklin were callers at the old plastered house the past week Mr. and Mrs. Labelle entertained his sister, Mrs. Matilda Pattee of -Bakersfield, and Delbert Davis and wife of Johnson the past week. Mr. Gauvin entertained his wife's father, Mr. Frigo of Massachusetts, the past week. He thinks Vermont is all right. There will be a lot of hay towed this week if the weather holds good. The Manchester Marble company has amended its articles of association so that its principal office will be in Rutland instead of East Dorset and the capital stock will be increased to $600,000. A. C Church Note. The pulpit was supplied last Sunday by Rev. E. F. Pettey, recently of Taunton, Mass. In the morning he spoke upon the subject of Grace, or Salvation; text, Titus 2:11-13. This was a clear, logical exposition of the Divine Favor in man's behalf. It's teachings bespeak a life of purity and expectancy, to be rewarded at. the culmination of the plan of Salvation. L. W. meeting was led by Glenn Prior. ' . The evening subject of Rev. Mr. Pettey was taken from 1 John 3:2, dealing with present condition, waiting for development and future ap-pearanee. This speaker will remain for the mid-week prayer service this week. The pastor is expected to return this week, ready for next Sunday. - Congregational Church A full house greeted the Girl's Quartet from Straight College, on Sunday morning last; their rendering of new and familiar Jubilee Songs was pleasing and inspiring, while the Stories of the Southland, told by Miss Sword, a member of the faculty of the college, held the close attention of all present. There will be mid-week service this week, Thursday night, from 7:30 to 8; this will be the last mid-week service until September. Mrs. Anna Jones will have charge opening and closing exercises of the Sunday school next Sunday. Evening meeting at 7 o'clock in charge of the pastor. Morning service at 10:45, the Univertalits and Congregational people uniting for Divine Worship; the subject of the sermon will be, "The Positive in Religion." Sundav school sessions of both denominations as usual. LATE WOLCOTT NEWS Gordon Bickford's mother from I Highgate is a guest at his home. Mrs. a.. A. Parker is in Hardwick for the week assisting at the Music store. A game of baseball was" played Score resulted 15-12 10 innings in favor of Worcester. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Thomas were callers at E. W. Albee's and took Mr. and Mrs. Albee out for an auto ride Sunday. Mrs. A. W. Foster was in Burlington Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Cedric Davis, who have a little boy that had an operation for a tumor in his throat. WOLCOTT CHURCH NOTES. The pastor wishes to thank the friends of Wolcott and North Wolcott for their hearty appreciation of the Jubilee Singers" from Straight College. You gave them by collection and subscription about $75. We shall hold our prayer meeting on Thursday evevning at 7:30. ODen air meetinf Sundav pvpnino. 7:30. " Sundav sr-hnnl nipnie Trill ha lipl1 on Wednesday, August 3 at Wolcott Pond. We will leave Wolcott about 9 a. m. All are invited to come and spend a happy day with us. There will be lots of fun. Games and races for all to indulge in. NORTH WOLCOTT Elmore Church Notes. The library belonging to a former pastor, Rev. O. M. Bowtwell. has been given to the present pastor and a number of these books will be given to the people who attend the church services. Mrs. F. C. Merriam was the ortran- ist last Sunday assisted bv Mr. Dean Merriam with the violin. The pastor and his wife sane- a duet. METHODIST CHURCH NOTES. There will hp nrpanhino- comnVo night in the Methodist, phnrrh at Mnr. ristown Corners. The Delta Alnha rlnss will mopt with Mrs. Maude Jones at her cottage on Lake Elmore npvt Saturrlau iirVioi-o a picnic dinner will be served. ine Struggle tor Life" .will be the subject of the pastor's discourse next Sunday morning. The attendance both at church and Sunday school was larger than usual last Sunday morning. We are all glad to see Mrs. Jackson back again in the choir after several weeks absence. The Epworth League service Sunday evening was led Jby Miss Merle Smalley. A piano duet was rendered by Miss Ellis and Mrs. Ivan Burn-ham. The subject of "Good Literature" was discussed by Miss Ellis, Miss Woodard and Harold Downey. Mrs. H. A. Skinnor anA Mvo Almnn Call sang a duet. At the annual meeting of the Epworth League the following officers were elected: Pres., Carrie Lawson; 1st. vice-pres., Gladys Eaton; 2nd. viee-pres., Mae Cleary; 3rd. vice-pres, Gene Call; 4th vice-pres., Nita Ellis; sec, Carrie Call; treas., Leland Ring; ore-artist. Faith Erl organist, Beryl Cram. Foreign Missionary Meeting. There was a good attendance at the meetins- nf thp Woman's Fnvpicn Missionary society, held in the M. E. church parlors last Tuesday evening. The devotional exercises were con- ductd bv Mrs. Sarah Johnson assist- ed by Mrs. Skinner. Miss Alma Bug- Dee nad tne program in charge which was as follows: report from the district convention recently hpld at. Enosburg, Mrs. Mary Watson; vocal auet, Mrs. Ivan tiurnham and Mrs. A. TUT T . . ai. .uawson; two piano solos, Miss Eleanor Dnwncv! vncnl snln lVfvc Lawson; vocal solo, Mrs. C. H. Ray- more; Mrs. u. s. Cornell, Mrs. W. T. Best, Mrs. B. E. Eaton, Miss Helen Woodward. Mrs. Stella WVippI pr nro. sented papers on the topic, "The In- uuence oi tn BiDie. Mrs. Johnson read an infoi-ostiiin letter from Miss Collier of India. The following officers wpro p1p ed for the coming year: president, mrs. n. a. BKinner; 1st vice-pres., Miss Alma Bugbee; 2nd vice-pres., Mrs. Johnson; sec, Mrs. E. G. Foss; treas., Mrs. G. W. Foss; asst. treas., Mrs. A. M. Lawson; cor. sec.,.Mrs. E. A. Smalley; press cor., Mrs. W. T. Best: sunt. King's Heralds. Mrs TT A. Skinner; supt. Little Light Bear ers, Mrs. .Brush. The Mite boxes were opened at this meeting. STATE NEWS Robert Hill, suspected of being one of the bandits who have been robbing railroad stations in Vermont, was arrested last week and sentenced to state prison for stealing an auto of Emile Cheviller of Underhill June 24. H. S. Read has resigned as superintendent of schools in Richmond and goes to Maine, where he has a position as' teacher in a high school. E. L, Clark of Orwell, a former teacher in Richmond, will 'succeed Mr. Read. The State Bank Commissioner and the directors, of the Granite Savings bank of Barre have both issued statements declaring the bank absolutely sound and solvent and offering a reward of $1,000 for evidence that will convict the person who started the malicious and false rumor. "Courageous Unto Death." A new grave of soldier dead dots the greensward in Wilson cemetery, Barre. It is that of Private Arthur M. Miller, volunteer at a most critical time in the battle of Sergy, winner of recognition from General Pershing, posthumous wearer of the distinguished service cross, courageous unto death every inch of him a soldier. July . 18, comrades, friends and relatives laidway the body of the intrepid young fellow, and there was real mourning in the little Baptist church at Websterville, for Private Miller had died as he had lived, thoroughly devoted to duty. Barre Times. Frank Morey recently lost a cow. Millford Denton has a new Ford car. Chester Boardman visited his parents Sunday. E. A. Heastings and family were in Burlington Sundav. Charles Moulton went to St. Johnsbury Saturday for a visit. Edwin Boyce and wife of Montpelier visited Mrs. Hill rpppntlv Ernest Clark motored to North Iroy Wednesday of last week. Miss Flora Waterhouse of Craftsbury visited at A. L. Brace Sunday. Mrs. raiie weDster was a business visitor in Morrisville the past week. Mrs. Alice Knight-went to Stowe last Tuesday to work for Mrs. Frank Bailey. Mrs. Dan Griffith and mother, Mrs. Belle Griffith visited at Burt Griffith's recently. Renfew Gallagher and family of Hardwick called on friends in this place Sunday. Leon Andrus and wife of Hardwick were Sunday visitors at his brother, Ernest. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Jeffords and daughter of East Hardwick visited at Ernest Andrus Sunday. George Tallman and family went to Jeffersonville recently to visit his sister, Mrs. Will Fair. Clarence Lovell and family went to South WaldeM to visit his mother, Mrs." Geo. Belville decently. The Jubilee Singers were entertained at E. A. Hastings, A. L. Bruce Mrs. Grace Stygles and son, Roger and dano-htpr nnrl oranfllaiifvVia.. visited Edwin Boardman Sunday, and Milford Denton's Sunday. Mrs. Myrton Cochran and three children of Npw ITamnshiro vicifp.-l at Nelson Reed's several days last week. Miss Florence Clark, who has been visiting her father for two weeks past went to Canada to visit her grandparents. There will be a social and supper at Mrs. Clara Leach's Wednesday evening, Aug. 3rd. Ice cream will be served. Proceeds to be used for painting the M. E. church. GALLUP DISTRICT. SAFETY To Our Depositors The Directors of The Burlington Trust Company wish to call particular attention to the following: Net Assets of this Bank June 30, 1921 were $3,381,618.76 (All investments being carrier at market value) Net Liabilities of this Bank (due depositors) 2,892,592.39 Excess of Assets over Liabilities' were Stockholders' additional liability $489,026.37 250,000.00 Excess of Resources over all liabilities $739,026.37 The margin of security to our . depositors is therefore over 25 pet. (in other words, we have over $1.25 with which to pay every dollar due our depositors), thus insuring absolute safety, and a guarantee that we can and will fulfill any agreement made with our depositors. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Stoddard and daughter visited in Craftsbury recently. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Allen and family of Morrisville were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wilkinson. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Baker and Miss Dorothy were in Craftsbury Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Bartlett and family, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Churchill and family of Craftsbury had a picnic at the Pond Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Milo Gallup of Morrisville visited at W. H. Wilkinson's Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Hatch, Merle and WTalter of Craftsbury called on Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Baker Sunday. Linwood Allen is visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Wilkinson. Z. W. Gallup and J. B. Baker finished haying last week. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Harris were over Sunday guests of Mr. and Mr$. Will Harris. Charley Lurvey was on the hill Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Stoddard and Miss Elizabeth visited at Martin Parker's on town hill Sunday. Mrs. Z. W. Gallup is not very well at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Place and family visited at F. Erno's Sunday. .t Brooks and Washburn., Inc., of Bethel has certified to the secretary of state the company proposes to issue 150 shares of stock at $100 a share and that its assets amount to $53,459.88. . The nine-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Caska of St. Albans, is improving from injuries received Sunday when he was run over by a touring car driven by Mrs. F. L. Whiteomb of St. Albans. He ran into the road directly in front of the car. His chest and face were bruised. BOSTON MARKET REVIEW Furnished by U. S. Dept. Agriculture, for Week Ending July 22. There has been little change in most staples the past week. Eggs are showing the effect of the hot weather and are off in quality. Xtra quality, cold, fresh eggs sold high. Butter suffered the same as eggs and the same is true of prices. Chickens were in strong demand fro broilers but weak for all else. Early Fruits and Vegetables were in demand and sold well. Stock receipts were light and buyers indifferent. Dressed beef was higher; veal very weak, lamDs mucn lower, and iresh pork strong. We are guaranteeing interest at the rate of 4 3 4 PER CENT per annum on deposits in our savings department for the six months ending December 31st, 1921. Deposits made on or before August 5 draw interest from August 1st. OFFICERS GEORGE M. BESETT President H. NELSON JACKSON. .V. Pres. & Sec'y DONLY C. HAWLEY .... Ass't Secretary CHARLES E. CARVER Treasurer DIRECTORS GEORGE M. BESETT President H. NELSON JACKSON. .V. Pres. & Sec'y. DONLY C. HAWLEY .... Ass't. Secretary JAMES E. KENNEDY Internal Revenue Collector for Vermont CLARENCE L. SMITH 1 Pres. Robinson-Edwards Lumber Co. J. WATSON WEBB Southern Acres Farm, Shelburne FRANK R. WELLS Former Treas:, Wells & Richardson Co. GEORGE E. WHITNEY Manager American Woolen Co., Winooski THE BURLINGTON TRUST COMPANY, BURLINGTON, VT. LATE JOHNSON NEWS Harry Sylvester is clerking for Riddle Bros. Mrs. H. O. Stiles passed three days in Fairfax last week. Mrs. H. W. Peck returned from Rutland Friday night. Miss .Tpnnip Shprhprt. .is ntfpnrlinn. the U. V. M. summer school. Miss Lena Warren of East Fairfield passed Sunday at G. W. Burle- sorvs. Dr. David Downey and Miss Maude Weaver from Npw Ynrlr wore in town Sunday. Miss A. L. Oakes is having her residence naint.pd.. Warmn Annis is doing the work. Mr Moonpv and Miss Romira Tva fren of Lyndon Center were week-end guests at f. . .t rench's. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Maxfield and dailP-htpr. Miss .Tpnnip nrp pnTvi'ninn- of Thompson's Point on Lake Champlain xjic xtiiaoca iuaueiine anu iunared Fitzgerald have returned to Lynn, Mass.. after nassino- thvpp wpoVo at home. A son.. Lewis William touc U Sundav mnrnino tn Arlinionf nnA ' .' ' - nujuKinv aim Mrs. Allen Flptrhpr nf ATnnt Friends here extend congratulations, nenry ranzo, Jr., who for two years has been in the Cavalry de-nartment nf thp Militnrv crhl o Fort Riley, Kansas, has been honorably discharged and arrived home oamraay nignu witn his bride. At the regular meeting of the O. E. S. Julv 22nd. Mrs. .Tnspnh Pi gave a very interesting report of the Grand Chanter mpptino- hplrl at Pnt land. Chapter voted to adjourn until sept. 17. Miss Inez Griswold is home from Springfield. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bean of Bangor, Me., were guests at N. J. Perry's Thursday and Friday. Davis Reunion. The descendants of SoIomon Davis are to hold their ninth annual reunion Saturday, August 6th, at the home of Mrs. Charlotte Davis in Essex Junction. This yearly reunion is a popular event with the Davis family and since there are nearly 500 of the descendants now living in Vermont alone, it has become'not so much a small family gathering as a good-sized celebration. The name of Davis came to be very common in this country at an early date. By 1700, over fifty families of the name, all of Welch-English stock, had settled along the coast from Maine to Virginia. From one of these families, one which had settled in Connecticut Solomon Davis, a . vigorous and picturesque young giant, a few years after the Revolution, took his bride in an ox-cart, and started north. He became one of the earlv Dermanent. spttlprs nf tha tn-nm of Bakersfield. A number of his "de- scendents still live in Bakersfield, and the towns of Cambridge, Johnson Hvde Park. Watprvillp Flpt-h ov T Tn derhill and Essex are well represent ee!, dunnson nas over sixty, the largest number of any one town. The larp-p hnmp nf Mto rv,o,.lt" O w-.-w T . . ! . Vl.Wl.iVttC Davis is an ideal place for such a gathering. Mrs. Davis is the widow of Rufus Davis, for many years a resident of Westford, and a grandson, of Solomon. GOOD VALUES AT WCH1BT Chenille Bath Rugs Just received a small shipment of them. The only real washable Bath Rug. These have been out of the market for some time, and we have only just succeeded in securing a small number. Assorted colors. Size 24in.x36in. Price $3.00 'The Store Where Prices Are Back to Normal." M. B. WHITE & CO. Home Furnishing Store Morrisville UNDERTAKERS Vermont

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