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1 TURNER'S PUBLC SPRT '-..Ffeh Year Ayer, Mass., Saurd y, December 1, 191'; No. 13. Pnce Four Cens New Fall Arrvals TOWNSEND Mr. Mr.s, \Vll:r. Mn.-*. u ho Ayer Au Supply Co., ' Dealers n '"''*. MorCar Accessores Tres Ols > "' Heaquarers for»_ WEED TRE CHANS-. l" '. UNTED STATES TRES CHAMPON SPARK PLUGS ; RED SEAL BATTERES MOBLOLS AND GREASES <' ACCESSORES FOR FORD CARS EVEREADY FLASHLGHTS AND BATTERES Park Sree One Mnue from R. R. Saon AYER Desmond's Sable, Shrley AUCTON SALE 150J:ors< jaar_ Joules Belongng COLEMAN BROS., Conracrs Monday, Pec. 3, a R, M. COLEM.K BROS,, well-known conracrs, havln.e jus compleed r work a Camp Devens. A.ver, Mass., whch requred a large nunber ot eams, wsh dspose o r Teamng Equpmen, y wll sell followng: 300 Work Horses, weglng from pounds, man.v pars whcl were bough, greea las wner; also 50 Drvng Saddle Horses 7 Par Mules Cars, Wagons Harnesses s 15 wo-horse Dump Cars, 20 Bom Dump Wagons, 5 Sudeluker Waerng Cars. 12 large Bo.-c Wagons. S5 ses o Double Harnesses, 25 se>.sngle Express Buggy Harnesses. 10 Bugges- 15 Expre.>.s Va.gons. Wll sell, ran or shne, a Desmond'.s Sable. Slrloy, Sa.ss. n cenr wn, oppose ralroad saon. Shrley s nex saon wes Ayer on Flchburg Dvson Bosn Mane Ranroad. can.be reached by seam elecrc cars. DOX'T FORGETT THl DATE.MOXD.W. DX'EjrBER.?, n \. >r. Trans leave Norh Saon, Bosn a S,02 9,15.\. M: Tr.m leaver Flchburg a 7,23 A, M, Also, elecrc cars roh rchbursr,.\yer, l.eonnser l.owell. JOHX.\. FXG.VX. Auconeer Telephone ;: COHCOK. >!«. *-. huvo spen lu' pas w'ek wh Ms. Mary Tucker, nuvel n )MU'.h'>K! goods Monday f hflr-now lome ;: 1-eomnHer. Charlos H.M'ran rl'dr.-:;, who have been MMU; l::'. -.. c-. urned Monday n her horne Carl B. Wlhnd, v\hu m unnmu. a Squannacook nn. h*f \\\'l:fm.l:y jpend h()l<la,\'s wh fuue.-..ms. Kdwd K. Sfav';- lj'ook>n, X. Y.. ha.s 'ff -sn'd;, few da\.s wh'mr. ('.. A Sfaver. pupls ul" publc.--'hool.-j -.jc've a mos plea.sn,- -xlhk'n a Semnary hal oh Tu'.-*a\,'\'*'nn> \% l a good audence presen. program con;»e<l recaons, dru. ve.-. under charge eachers wh MHS Gladys awson, pl'jns, Ja all chldren dd we n r varous parls. An especally pleasng feaure was evercuo onled. " Hrs ThanksgvnK," n whch were chldren mpersonang ve.ueable.s. nrs selers, Puran grls boys ndans. Ths was followed by presenaon Mlss.Mco's >lav. "Lle womon." whch was. hearly enjoyed well aced, all pars beng aken wh careful sudy much ably. proceeds.are be used help war relef workers. lev. Joseph McKean wll occupy h; pnlp a Hapls church Sunday. Warren Kllo wll conduc 'Y. P. S. C. E.: pc. "Self-conrol." \V, A. Bouwell me wh wha mgh have proved a seros accden las Sunday mornng n WoKmlnser. whle on hs way wh hs famly hv au Barre. whore y were nendng spend day. Srkng a bad place n road le axle car broke one wheels camp f f y had been ravelng a a very ra)d rae speed y would have all been hrown ou. bu forunaely no none m' were njured y secured an au ake m back r home, leavng car for repars. l-os Vose. who s sppng for wn.er wh her nece, Mr?. vers \_$herwn. s vsng for a few woeks wh relaves n Xashua, X. H., vcny. peall. ~Tle saa news has beettecevet "rf deah, Sunday evenng:, cf Hae (Gleason) Klbourn. wfe nf Sdney Klbourn Gran! Hapd, Mch.. v-we-h known former- resden, nf hlx vllaje. Mr. Klbourn arrved wh bod.v Tesday evenng prayers wer'e held n resdence gf Mr. Ms. George H. Tenney. her former home, on Wednesday.mornng,' nermen was n famly lo a Wes Townsend cemeery. Klbourn was daugher Mr. Mleus Gleason was born n hs vllage, where her early lfe was passed. Afer her marrage wh Mr. Klbourn she moved n Sunduskv. Oho, where hs place busness was suaed laer moved Gr Haven. Mch., n Gr lapds. wlere she passed b-er laer years. Abou eleven years arn she made her las vs her old home renewed her acquanance wh re frends her grlhood, -whom many reman u sorrow a news l:er deah..- "LTTLETON A, G, Pollard Co LOWELL'S BaOEST AND BEST DEPARTMENT STORE Underpreed Basemen Specal Prces n Domescs also, Lades' Wearables '> DOMET FLANNEL One cse Dome Flannel, n renu.ns, value ; specal a ResruUu- O.-, SV.vard DEESS GNGHAM 2ffl0.va-ls fne Drcs-s GnplM. n remnans, a.ssormen new paerns, Large Kejrular 15c, value; specal a 10<' yard OUTNG FLANNEL Kour ea.ses OuK Flannel, remnans, heavy qualy, n srpes eheeks. lgh dark eolors; also, plan pray, eream. red. pnk blue. speeal a Kegular l.')e. value; lo' yard BLEACHED COTTON 2000 yards Jleached Con, remnans: seeal a 5«yard PLLOW CASES 'lo dozen Pllow Cases, made good con cloh, Kegular 15o. vnlue; speeal a 11< each BLEACHED SHEETS 20 dozen Rlcneled Shees, full.sze. 81x90. made fne qualy seamu's.s bleached sheeng. Reglar $1.2.') value; specal a 79* eaeh UNON LNEN TOWELNG One ease Unon Crash Towelng, bleached. Regular 15e. vnlue ;.specnl a 10 yard Reaxly--Wear Secon SPECAL VALUES N FLANNELETTE UNDERWEAR NGHT GOWNS 40 dozen.ad.-.' Sample.N'gh (owns, made le:u.v oung flannel, n wle colors, all ncel.v rmned. A large \:rel.v new syles choose from. Kegular :*l.o.$1,2."> value: speeal : 89< eel CHLDREN'S NGHT GOWNS.Made,,: heav.v oung flanu'l: s ec:l : 45C e: l FLANNELETTE SKRTS -.aclu-.- Skrls made dark lgh oung flannel, ]>la escalloped edge,,,, 39<* e;h FLANNELETTE SKRTS-.adr.' skrs made les ( nal.v lgh onng flannel hleaehed domel 50< e.ol CHLDREN'S FLANNELETTE SLEEP NG GARMENTS.Made good heavv fleered flannelee, n lgh eolors: sl>eeal a,. 50<* ;n<l 75C r;!.]) BOYS' PAJAMAS Made a good qnaly srped flannelee: specal a 50<* CHLDREN'S FLANNELETTE SKRTS.Made heavy wll dome flannel: specal H ", 25<* 39<* LADES' SHORT KMONOS Made heav.v prned flannelee; specal 69«* LADES' FLANNELETTE KMONOS- Made n several new syles, slk saeen rmmed. Made heav.v prnel flannelee ; specal a Sl.OO.'-''l-%-' ' l.y. -'." '-.. --'\'l:.'7lx '-.'.... :.,.' - -.-,,-. '. - LS N Has,Caps Furnshngs laes Ha Syles have come n S Has Derbys; S Has n laes colorngs models; Caps n checks, plads plan mxures much preer han ever before. Shrs n a varey srkng paerns; Fall colorngs; somehng dfferen n Neckwear Hosery all or hngs a well-dressed man needs are ready. Flecher Bros. STORE CLOSED WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY EVENNGS AT 6.30 N'ews ems, H. W. Knghs s n Phehars. N. r..ekoy Jewe daugher Gladys huve gone Florda Jewe daugher luh expec Xo jon m n Suuh very soon. M>s Karne SpaulJr.g Townsend s l week-end Ke--*! M ;;a).eh W. Thacher. A son was lorn Xoveml>er -" *.*) Mr. nnd Alfred Ale.xaner (Fanne Grllhs) Walham. Ked Cro?-s workers Xewwn dsrc me a G. H.!<n ball's hs week 'rdaj- afern.oon nsead posp(nng meenjr a-s p;evou.-;y planned publshed. Tle Pres brors s-rs led a reunon a George 1-. ]*res's. -'os:er sree. Thursday ngh las week as a pleaan seuof Dr. Ms. Herber K. rres. Msses Serson were Thanksvng ;ues< r' b-.r, Jucl.,:o Serson Ayer. Several l-len peoplo fered enleraln.«okuers T'on C-'p Devens on Thanksrgvng day, bu learned on Wednesday ha re would be none accep hospaly l-len hotnes" a-" a wereexrcred- jon ler famles or or fclaves. Charles Gordons o Xewn are a H. S. Krown's for Thanksgvng Many- or lades aended openng Hosess ho>e u Ayer on. Mor-day..eser Grrfhs receved bs pror.f*-.'u Olllce sergean a 'amp Jevens las week. L. W. Barle daugher Greenfeld Mr. Mr.*-. Ausn T. Kmball were holdav guess John A. Kml>an. Mr. Harry S Jacksor spen: Thanksgvng n Bosn. Three Berkshes from lle (>verlook Orchards herd a Sourn Berkshre exhbon a< Pnehurs, X, *'., on Xovember 22-24, won followng przes: Gr champon sow, jun champon sow. frs jrze junor sow hnd fourh j>rze senor sow n compeon wh anmals from hreen elaes. Mr. Harr> "W. Kngh.- aended far morng from Washngn 'nehurs back Phadelpa. - Overlook Or-\o.a> wll exhb a show nerd foureen lerkshre> a grea m-rnaonal sck show a; Ocago (>n J)eL-ember 1 " ', New.\(lver.sonM;nH. Knng Yarn ABBOT TRENCH YARN A Facry Prces M:ll Ol- Teleplone Oxlcl- llll l*ronl,\ HANLEY & CO. Forge Vllage - - Mass. Teld.lu:e, \V-s:f..ul f.-j Wha Means Savngs.Accoun s:.\ Rany Day fund A lfe.fnn'e.\.srl- benef.\ Endowmen.\ -'nercl fund.\n Old.-\ge pos<n pooy.\ Comfor now ; Joy lcronfer Money <lp>o<.ll«n.s,\vn(,s )K',\RTMr.XT Commcu-ex Draw nercu Frs T>H.> l-jcl Monh OLD LO'WELL NATONAL BANK :.' ' -:N'T: \.,>;T;:KT OllT ll< n l.ouell BG Cfee Specal Bg Sale Hgh-grade, Fresh Boased Cfee 28< lb,. 4 lbs. for?1.00 Parcel Pos Orders Flled a Once 68 Merrnuwk S! LOWELL v'sjk:' d«rr/e» Oppose Depo AYER -; MASS. >r jkrefra4s- YOUR NEW Overcoa We have an unusual sck hsome, sylsh Overcoas for you selec from hs season. We have larges "sck we lave evet~carred vareln syles ard" colors s greaer han ever. Ths sck ncludes Overcoas from some bes makers n counry. ' - fabrcs are from relable mlls can be depended upon for qualy. You wll fnd here plan grays, blue black; also, hsome mxures gray, brown green. Many beer lnes Overcoas come from ha well-known house,..,. A. Shuman & Co. Bosn Our lnes Overcoas whch sell a $15.00 $20.00 are parcularly srong hs season we are ferng m a prces much under r marke value. None our lnes Ovecoas can be replaced for anyhng lke our presen prces. f you are gong buy an overcoa hs season or even for nex season, now s me buy. All knds clohng s very sure be hgher nex year. jmen's Fancv Mxure Overcoas $10.00, $15.00, $18 00, $20.00, $22.50, $25.00 Mens Srm Coas Ulsers $15.00, $18.00, $22.50, $25.00 Youhs' Fancy Mxure Overcoas $10.00, $12.00, $15.00, $18.00, $20.00 Boys' Fancy Mxure Overcoas $8.47, $10.00, $12.50, $15.00 UNDERWEAR Every knd Underwear for Fall Wner for Men Boys. same good, relable makes we have always carred, Double-breased, fleece-lned 75d Heavy Derby Rbbed 75c Heavy Con Wool 75c Heavy Wool $1.25 S2.00 Boys" Fleece-lned 39c Unon Sus Men's Heavy Derby Rbbed, $1.50.$2.00 Men's Heavv Con Wool,S2.50 $4.00 Boy.s' U-r.y.-. Sus 750 $2.00 MACKNAW COATS Mackmav.-s are as popular as ever We have our usual good as.sormen syles knds Some grea value. on days wool marke. Men's $G..'S0 $16.00 Boys'.$5.00.$8.50 Sre Open on Monday, Tuesday, 'rday Saurday Evenngs Ol.'M nd l,nrk.-«( Hrn Knnr \K-n-j n MflfUrNrx ronn> THOS. H, ELLOTT Real Esae Morgages»pr»-lMl Mlnlon lo 'nrm l-roprr, u ( rnrnl ".,. rorrr Pro«Pc 1> - 1 MWK,1, M VS-, r\»t Hh. wvn. s.-n". 1 r' for 'r - '. Z f, \fnvnfy-..r '.'l.>m lo'.k.-.l for ; <.'.l!l C.nro;.!!.Trf'o-.Mss, K.\T l.ck lo\ nuk,\d Wo mn Ml solff -.l r Tha's wh\ (e ha dll'";- n.avor. Mulv'sPE; PUHs';;'. K CO,. A>-O- SHEEP-LNED COATS ULSTERS We have a bg lne Sheep-lned Coas Ulsers for comng wner. ousde s made Moleskn y have large srm collars. An deal coa for a.man who s ou n all knds wear. Shor Coas, nches long $9.00 $18.0O Ulsers, 52 nches long $15 $28 SWEATERS Ths s Sweaer Season our sck Sweaers never was beer or more complee. Coa Sweaers m all colors; also, Regulaon Army Sweaer n correc khak; color. Khak color Sweaers n all knds many grades. Mer.'s Swea'ers, C-a svle M-: Mer Me: $ $8.00 > K!nk Sv.V; -::-,.Armv syle $ $8.00 's K"nak. Sv.-ea'r:-. sleeveless $, $6.00 's Kh;: S-.ve;:?h:rs $2..50.$ \genf' 'or LEWANDO'S Dvehouse SERVCE S ]-0,''l FTCHBURG 298.\,' ' Se 1.Ml ll'l.',- 1 1" 1111 ll Ml lull! ; J. J. Barr ALL W, 11 >\.f'e n ; ; ]"- ' Or call. WE HAVE TO ' \ 'lf \ ' lf s; 1 ll..'. CO-OPERATVE TCB llc Snl-O (f SELL a'c. XC(. Man Sree, Ayer../ Laundry W, V ll BANK KC, M.V 'S. 1 (. ' ' 1*.,.: ~

2 l-aok TWO A 'r u K u A X. uxycaxoay ONE DOLll A.ND FT'TY CK.NTS 'Kl VB.\R N.U>VA>'CK >;::(nu: H. U. T'RNEB, 'ubllnkfr Wc publlml followlb 'npcrs: Tunwr'K >ubllc Spr, Ayur, M,, 'HlU (ron l/aklmark ro l'c > KT«.ll C'lar)on-.*dvcraw.'r c UlU.<o Culdo Tho W«f>nl WardHnan Tho Hunord lulsldo Tho Shrley Olu.*lo Tho TowncJd Toc«4n Tlo Brooklno (N. H.) Bcaoon Tho Hulls (N. H.) Homwad n hs. sormon. broukh! hanks sundnk connu-e anl 'hurch ho lonor..m-s Ablel J. Abbo, llusraed UKh ua u ph.vslcal facr enablnk u. sec aral hnc from rkh vlcwol laer wh Krcaer developmen larkcr lkh hu comeu nnd spr. le broukh home h lesson each.jllvlduul hearer slnd for lgh am hope n so les crss, fur lhe lgh a large fah n a deep lo.valy our counry s grea cause.. Charles Day Colburn was.-.olols for hc servces smg wh sweeness expresson. "Holy nghf "Trusng n e." re werc also.selecons by young people's chor. Enered as second-clasb mr a posfflce a Ayer. Mass, W Haxanr, >eoe»nber 1, l»l'. KOKGOTTE.N SAV.VGS ACCOUNTS ls savngs banks' deposrs who have made no depos, or whdrawn any par r deposs or neres for wony years, publshed n anor par hs paper. fers food for reflecon. Read ho ls carefully. Even f you are no acquaned wh hc deposrs you may know someone who s: ls wll neres, may fer hc opporuny lo serve a frend, 'WESTFORD Cener. even woek was recal a Unaran church Monday evenng for benef ho Red Cross. Beng suddenly plunged n wner wear affeced aendance, bu- hore was a goodly number enjoy evenng's program. V. L. Robers always a favore wh Wesford audences was hc solos hc ovenng sang several groups songs. Bryan, church orgnnls. was accompans. Rcv, 1 H. BucHshorn read wo shor unpublshed sres wren by hm. one called "Crcus colors," hc or, '' somemes pours when doe.sn' ran." se sres were cleverly wren lerary mer furnshed boh eneranmen nsrucon. eneranmen wa.< under pa'onagc ladles Wesford, Granevlle Forge Vllage, a good sum for hc Red Cross rcsury s hc resul. Kev. Howard A. Lncoln aended funeral ono hs former parshoners n Ucer, Me.. Monday afer.noon. funeral was Abgal Abbo was held from home hcr son, Charles B. Abbo. m l.owell. burla ok place n >exer, Donal.d M- Camerons. who sayed hrough auumn a r summer.home hs year, reurned las week Q_hclCLhomo n Lowell. Alfred W. Harford has been confned hs home hs week wh an aack - appendcs. Dr. John L. HUdreh, Cambrdge, vsed hs knswoman, Mlss Ella F, Hldreh, who s ll, over Sunday, Norman PTllllps, n Wesford depo neghborhood, who has been sck for a number weeks. s repored abou same, Davd Morln eneraned relaves from Provdence over Sunday, Mr, Oscar N. Spaldng eneraned a group welvo relaves a dnner for Thanksgvng. Mr, Charles H. Wrgh, MlBs Edh Wrgh Mr, Wllam K, Wrgh wen Wnchendon spend Thanksgvng wh Rev..-nd - Wllam E, Anderson,- Mr.., W, Wheeler wen Nowpor, R,., speg holday wh relaves. Mr.«. Edmund Day Mr. S. B. Wason wen, as usual, spend Thanksgvng day wh Gron relaves. Wh happy, cheerful.apprecave oulook n lfe Edmund Day observed her efghy-fh brhday annver.s.ry on November -3. Thc day was made pleasan wh enjoymen cond he.-lh wh gfs ar.d cards u 'lls from frenn..mr. an.l Alfrcl "SV. Harford had a p.'rv nf en f't '.he hlda> Mr ar.d.mrs We.-~U-y Ha'.'.'los,.Mr..Mrs l'"r,n'k Hawkes. Mlss Dora Hawkfs. Mlss H:;-..! Harford Mss rene.mun-un. We.sRy Hawkes,.lr., sorr.ewhere ll Krance," wns sadly MKsel n '.h.s famy grouj..1, Henrv f'olourns wen 'amlrdkf l le wh Mr. l, 11.,sree;er fr fno h.lday,,\r :nd Charles. Hllreh.neraned.Mr.. Wlls Hl.reh for Tlank-gu mn dnner Wednesd.ay evenn.'. -M. Mrs Wlls Hlldrelh encra.ned.mr, Mrs Henrv Hldreh, Wncheser..Mr.. Charcs 1.. Hldreh Hc-er o a supper pary. Workmen have compleed nsallnp a new furnace a ' Congrecannal ;e W.rkmen have a!s. bwn rela.rs ml chnch r("f. Harl! W, Hldrch camo home 'rom.\.fr frr hnldav wh hs fanlv. '.Mr, H. V. Hldreh 'red A. Hlldrehs nf Maden were n'.les; fnr l,>- l.enn 1'". Hldreh, servm; a a nlar.\ ranng camj n Georga, was much mssed memher "f hs group l.eon mes lo hnme people beng,,..',.-d l.;.s\. Abou Town. Charles W, Whney s serously ll wh pneumona a hs home on Lowell road, Frank W, Banser s subsung n ransporung mk Lowell, Foxes are n Thanksgvng poulry busness, Old Oaken Bucke farm havng had dsposed by hs sysem markeng one hen ffeen chckens. Foxes wh less legs have been operang a Burbeck farm on Bosn road Brldgford hennery on Provdence road.. Norman 'hllps s serlolsy ll a her homo on Lowell road, near Weaford saon. nqury havng been made as wha was referred n las week's ssuo relave lo one Mr, Hoover's food conservaon apponmens, le be sad ha New Engl escapes humlaon n havlnghls apponmen 3000 mles wes us, Harold H. Flecher haa been engaged by governmen go France supernend hc consrucon roads. Hs commsson ranks hm as sergean. Gerry H.' Decaur possbly ors wll accompany hm. Tho nex meeng Mlddlescx- Norh Pomona Grange wll bo held on Frday, December 7, n Odd Fellows' hall. Brdge sree, Lowell. Th<> mornng sesson wll be n ohargo o lecurer, wh eneranng papers on varous subjecs. Afernoon addre.s by Rev. Waler B. Woodbury, Lowell; subjec be announced, Wesford Grange wll furnsh dnner. Rev. L, H, Buckshorn appeared- n ho role publlc spr n rallyng abou ffy men pu new es n ho elecrc road from Wesford Brooksde. Par beween ml earh was eamed old back road leadng from hc old Cap. Pelelah Flecher farm. Old Oaken Bucke farm hod a Thanksgvng reunon hc chldren grchldren. re were presen Mr. S. L. Taylor. Mr. Georgo Howard son, George T, Howard, from Bound Brook. N, J Mr,--Mr8.-F,_A-Snowsons, Perry T, Snow Sanley L. Snow, Wes Chelmsford, Mr, Wllam R, Taylor, Mr. anr Thomas E, Taylor, Woodsvlle, N, H quely celebraed r fy-nrs weddng annversary or November 28, Rov. H. H. Lppnco. hc pasr M. E, church n Wes Chelmsford, has jus, reurned from Washngn, where hc"had been summoned by Secreary Danels for a conference, Mr, Lppnco wll be assgned n a few days work chaplan on one bg baleshps. He wll have perhaps 1000 meh whose sprual advser he wll be, Mr, Lppnco has made a fne pasr a Wes Chelmsford wll be much mssed. He wll be an equally fne chaplan men n whose baleshp he wll bc are forunae. Y. M. C. A. Campagn. Wesford was banner wn n Red Trangle campagn ou nearly hry suburban wns whch conrbued, "Wesford, " hll p wn," no'k lead wh a conrbuon $7,270, whch averaged '2.10 per capa. Hon, Edward Fsher, who was capan for all suburban dsrcs, deserves grea, cred for way n whch he ralled hc wns n hs mos worhy cause, Donald Camernn, who was capan for hs own wn, had,<'everal young men as hs a.s.ssans Alfred Harrd, J. Herber Flecher Harwood Wrrh for Cener: Wllam. Taylor, Arhur Day Frank.. 'urbush fnr Granevlle. nnd Kdward Hanley fnr -'nr;e Vllage. conrbuons from Wesford were eneros- l-'nllowmg s a ls, bu when" hs s fooed up amouns $6T'O frnm a fow ndvduals. 1.alance J.'TO cones from ho wnspenple, so afer ol ha dnes no mean a very large gf from puldc n uoneral here. f we really wan feol Jroud nf Wesford as banner nwn We mus oach do our sharo. re wll he a chance for a few weeks nure fr hc Wesford people conrbue le us do so. 1-e us no re!,\- upnn genernsv a few publc-spred people, bu le us each do nur par even f s only "a b." n nnd n nnly are we denf.ng oursel\-es wh Wesford's record n '.ed Trangle campan Darlng, a well-known popular young resden hs wn George H Sanborn, Flchburg, son Mr George L..Sanborn, ha.s Mluneered hs servces.nd has been acceped for navy, Hc s u nam lf hs wn resded here un,; hs marrage no long ago. Hs wfe.uld baby daugher wll make r hnue here wh.mr, Sanborn durng hs absence. Mlss Ruh Fsher, duugher Rev. - Thomas 1. Fsher, Peej_- boro, N, H,, was marred on Wednesdav Jonahan Harwood, Llen. Mlss Fsher s very well-known here, where her faher was "car o S. Andrew's parsh for lfeen years. She s a graduae Vas-ar, where she ok a specal course n musc, s now an organs n one large churches n Uosn, A son was born on Frday o las week Mr, Mchael Sudac, Mlss El Collns has been conflned her home for several days wh a severe cold. Work s progressng rapdly on new house beng bul on hc Wesford road by Ernes Mounan, house s conan egh rooms wn have modern mprovemens, P. H, Harrngn, Granevlle. has charge hc work. Conracr Harrngn also has a large force men a work "buldng houses for Abbo Worsed Company, Busness connues good wh ho Abbo Worsed. Co,, several o deparmens have be«n runnng unl en o'clock a ngh keep up wh orders. A specaly urned ou rapdly s knng yarn used by Red Cross socey, be made n sweaers or arcles much needed by solders. Schools were closed hs week on Wednesday, reopen on Monday, Begnnng nex Monday, all hgh. Sohool pupls lvng a a dsance wll bo ranspored academy unl March, ree charge, hrough kndness school commee. John Spnner wll arrange for be ransporaon pupls a hs end hc wn. Mr. James H, Brown, Clnn, spen hc Thanksgylng holdays wh r relaves here. Mr. John B. Burne, o Clnn, were guess Thanksgvng a home Mr. Wllla.n Burne. A very pleasan surprse pary was held recenly a home o Jane Dare, when Redmond Harley was presened wh a gold wach from hs mor, a gold fob from hs many frends. presenaon was made by John Gallag.acr. Tho young man was grealy su,.)rlsed, bu responded fllngly. evenng was enjoyed wh games a muscal program. Those who conrbued ward slca- numbers TPerc Msses Anne Kavanagh, Sarah' E, May, resa Louclc LowcU Thomas E, May. Dany refreshmens wero served bv Eugene Connell. asplsdd by May, Mlss'Sarah May" Mlss Rose Dare. John Shaddck Tadmuck arm recenly eneraned Wllam Murdock, Sydney Shadd'ck, John McCary Mlss Anne Healey Evore, Mlss Arkran Charleswn, Kchard Lombard Bosn a dnner. nag sgnal hnk sgns" are somehng Uke alphabe, only we have sgns n-n ad o leers. sgns are n>ade wh hs arms,»e - -ns aro be used when re s M much nose wo can' hear, or wheh V' " '»' away hcy can' hear. VTe enl on a sxeen-mle hlko las Frda We sared a seven o'clock go ack o eleven. Thon wc had Jbl! nreo hours n afernoon. wen A'lna las Sunday was que surprsed flnd such a dry cy. s a ve. bg cy s lad ou somehng ; 'e Bosn. One can' ge los because.h srees run n cener. ',.,. Our companv wen ou pckng con hs aferno U s some Job, beleve me, Wc lcked abou one hundred dollars" 'Rurh, money goes ward a Thanksgvng dnner. Wo have a Chrsan.scence fellow n our barracks he won' have anyhng do wh res us. Wo hnk he s ah old sck. He ss on hs bunk plays wo or hree songs on hs harmonca. Blly Bunday s proachng n Alana. One hs subsues was ou las Sunday made arrangemens ake men AlanUa every week. Ten lk(r surgcal dressngs -workers me wh Cash n spe a pourng ran, mado good use r me. Tho nex meeng vflll be held wh Mra Ocorgo H. Kmball. Mlss Elzabeh Brown s a homo fron) Wellesley, wh her arc wo college maes, ' Brown's mo,hor wd solders from Camp Devens were also holldoy guess n hc some amlj'. Mr, W. H. Davs eneraned wo solders On ho holday Waler T. Spers famly. Cener school was closed on Tuesday on accoun eacher's llness.. LTTLETON Burnng Coal Ashes. Ths s n chems's, formula for burnng conl nsbcs: Ono pound common sal, wo ounces oxauc odd, one gallon wner. Ms.nplscn wh a mxure conanng one par coal hree pars ashes, n beer fuel canno be burnej. Ths mxure wll, upon beng ploccd upon a burnng flre, fuse n cokellkc mass depos bn lle resdue. ' leusnn; makng pk.san 111 n l.s 'f ej\g we.t h-r, whch wl'l h,'..' hod n >. <-k Mr \.M. <'. MS.Mrs Wors ar J enf..\ J..Ml,1. ' Abbo.lulan ranerol.. j nn'd Cameron Kdward Abbo,..,11111,111 Came on Hon H K Flecher Marv! : 'alv.-rl llnm Whney,pa;g l.'oo SOO.OO, ,'.00.00, , Granevlle. members Granevlle auxlary Amercan ed Cross socey now have many acves for wner campagn. General Pershng has sen a rogues rom France r 1,000,000 sweaers for ho solders, local members rends o 'organzaon are c.'cpeced do r quoa hs number. s necessary ge hose sweaers made as soon as possble, all hose who wan kn a sweaer for a! solder can ge necessary yarn maerals from W, H. Sherman, Ths s mporan, so local women grls are kndly requesed ge busy asss local, auxlary horc. Granevlle auxlary has been dong excellen w'ork n hc pas s expeced connue n fuure. All meengs havo been woll aended lae all are neresed n work. regular meeng v.as held on las Wednesday afernoon as usual. Mr. Thomas Deno welcned a e son r home las week, l''el Hanson, a former enlsed man,11 navy, who has spen several weeks.a hs home here afer -servng hs me, has recenly rejoned colors s now saoned "somewhere alon.g ho.mlanc coa.s." Thursday bong a holday, all mlls,nd shops" n hs vllage werc closed as usual, Mary.el, wdow ho ne George.el,' ded a home hcr daugher, Kllery Darlng, n Dedham, las Saurday. Thc funeral ok place on las Monday mornng. BU al was n K, 'arcks cemeerj' l.owell. Tho r.embers Cameron Crcle, 1". o F..\., held r regular meeng on Tuesday evenns,. Carne Daley, chef companon, prong..much busness mporance $ Nows ems. Thanksgvng day guess a Unlarlan parsonage were hc members o amlly who arc away a school or eachng John Farflcld from Ronnselaer a Troy, Prlscllla rom Needham. Junaa from lbrary a Bosn unversy Fah from college deparmen re. n addon a holday gues was a Ware school rend, now a eacher n hgh school a York Vllage, Me,, Mlss Margery Turnor, wo spldcr lads from Camp Devens also scared hospaly day. lyceum aracon for Tuesday evenng wll be ho lecure by nave Russan, who s known hero as Phlp Davs, Ths wll be a brllan porrayal recen srrng evens n Russa by a navo who s n consan uch wh hs people re, who can ell r sry wh force dgny. Fow n Amorca are beer qualfed unravel for us ho mysery o '"Wha happened n Russa'.'" Pupll.s \he unon school buldng cener school wero dsmssed shorly afer openng o school las week Frday, because rooms were o dark re was no way lghng ra. Mr. Leeds Sharon arc lvng for hc presen wh r aser. Mlss Muy Marshall. Msfes Helen Esr Mchell o Brunswck. Me., arc vsng hr auns, F-."S. Kmball Jr H. Kmball o Newwn, hrough Thanksgvng vacaon. Dr. H. B, Pres son noughn lef Town Sunday evenlngt r San Francsco, Cal,, rom whch por v expec sal on December 5 for.ma"nlla, makng ocean voyage n weny-egh days f all goes well. Lucy Houghn Zappey pf Greenwch 'Vllage was a home see m f. remanng for a fow days wh her parens. H. W. Knghs s buldng a barn near hs form house on Tahaawan road. M, B. Wlder eneraned her daugher her husb from Bosn over Sunday, also a cousn, rena M, Brewer Xos Angeles, Cal,, on Saurday Sunday. Anor gues las weok was Wlder's sls- "er, Morgan Claremon, N. K., nsrucr a class o: seve.y-seven musc pupls. One o our young Nlmrods repors havng seen a lynx n woods beween New Eslae road Kng sree las woo. Mss Hazel Sragh has gone lve wh relaves n Provdence, Mr, Ernes Red (Evolyn Hamln) Provdence, R,,, are makng a bref vs wh her uncle, A, T, Kmball,., Kmball. Nex Sunday mornng a en o'clock Rcv, O'Connor from camp wll presde a servces n S, Anne's church. s expeced ha Rev, Merlno 'anbrdge -wll supply no pulp a Congregaonal church agan Kunday nornng. fronds o Chrsanla.Tensen Dalcv sympahze w-h her n hc loss h'or lle daugher. Margare rene, whoso deah from acdoss occurred 'rday las week, followng an llness only four days, Sho was eleven nonhs old. funeral ok lace a ho home Sunday a hree o'clock bural was n S, Mary's cemeery,. \yer. usual neres n ho Gues eve' nlng program a Woman's club wos manfesed by hc good company presen. Muscans speakers were preson as announced n ho noce las week n every parcular me expecaons audence. Heller brors gavc very flne muscal numbers; Dr, Smh delvered a scholarlv address, F, B, Pres gave an exo od Producs Genus. re s no a b roune, however cheap our udllnklng mnd may coun, ha wns no sared by genus. Thc fundamenal facles lfe, hngs wc use as carelessly as we read pavemen very fre we lgh, ols we hle a our work, food we ea-r:ench represens some early rumph man's spr. Exchange. New Adverlsemonfl FOR S.\L,B Two-horse Farm Sled; medum wegh; Wesern ype; exra easy runner. V, H. BABCO.*v vard. Mass. Har- U13 Unclamed Sarngs Banks Aceonas S YOUR N.*ME H6RE? DO YOU KX,OW ANY OF THE PERSONS NAMED HERE AND WHERE THEY NOW.VE'.' F SO, PLASE NO- TTY THE BANK UNDER 'WHCH THE NAME AP- PE.\RS. followng names appear _Jcrc_la- confonlly wh U)0 rcqulrcmcns Secon 39 Chaper 590,.*cs 1908 bf RCT'lsed Laws,- refore nolec s hereby ggp-llmhj; follow ng deposrs n se bank.s have no made a depos or whdrawn any par r depos or neres reon for a perod weny years nex precedng Sls day Ocber, BOSTON FVE CENTS SAVNGS BANK School S., Bosn, Mass. Bancr. Kae E., Shrley»26.80 Aes.FOSEPH C. HOL-MES, Treasurer. Nov. 1, CHARLESTOWN FVE CENTS SAVNGS BANK Thompson Sq., Charleswn, Slass. Kmball, John H., Llen Whney, Harre W. Harvurd.\es: WLLA.M P. HART. Treasurer. Nov )17. $ ,'>.g9 sung..ucn ousncss o ll u...n.. p,,, neresng repor o foo was ransaced. plans were ou- d prospecs as gleane lned for ho comng class naon f'" ", (, wh hs fellow comms 1, -.1. lf '.1 1 \ - l 1..1 ',.< - ;.,.; K 11.;<!! ; ; 1 -,.f,< 1 \ 1 n :. -.T rn.s h f rr-.tdnc 1' - \c 1' \ -.. ; sk:;\ : Tl M llll MT- ho r. V,1,; 11", : H'»>r s ll' o\ W;l r<-: 1 -;'*( v*. f 1 'H ors hun...f T, W \v f -r. ; k.1. - f n\ h" -': -- n v fl > r w [, horo ' hu L: s 'l T( r H 1) h. '\ '\» :;!(): r\ '.1 f.'11 ; ' ].1 ll n r : K ;j 1 \ - r 1". -.] 'l Tb" r>; lho hn f\- r, who MTh*-r,] wll.,r ho! ' [.- h:-: < hn r:r\-r7.o] Ml' p,.r.n; ; fu' hrau'h r'-'l frf>n rr...k-1'o. Wr-sfrl ThR lms \>oon ll : ' MHlor h'- *-.or\,»-')n o h*' l"-.. l: ar.'l K.rhh JTK" '-'.roo r:!w;y. 1 An.row.uh-..yun nf WVsfnr.l oj.f'rlfnrrf n;n m hoyo ;prs,,;.tvsfl ho rrplnrn: o rs,.r.<'v w.s rurnlh< (o \hoo Ho ly ;. ; K --;l:r(l c ll Z-WRpj Wnrk,n. - >-' ws KlVfl \\ ('MUTS Sprrrl *r<*(l: xvos n Mr BrUshum f" "r- (..KzMj; ho TPpnr :r"[.,«tb> -prrnl s'ln j;«.'. r.l plrfjr'f. for hr Y M (* A w;r fn<l lv U>f -rd n-ndf n\- ns nn*d m!a.«; wr-k's ''-uo. '.hojl.l hn\o hr follcwlne ror- C'.on So\* pj-n havp plfdkod f-n.nhaj*- f-a'-h, ;( '. wo (Mllar.**, lr ( PML'C aro n ho ro]oono\!.v ;,r: 1 Thf -al 'rprf>*"-'s a «plpn- ( '.;" n wrk mul.-n' rflrr 'D.o Y,,, V-' wf ]-]o<]y' \,n.1 ll");;;",! k. nr.-- M fr. r> -', \al MHMhr. Thr- a-.mjal n>olp.: df lho Muldlosov Cnunly l'\'rn luroan wll ho held, ' hf ow! ball. Cor.con!. on Th '- 'loy. '( rrl>or»', Tho bomr rrnnom- 'r«dfprr:n",o* moos n olovon n lo mnr-,(:; h.--;r.os a wolvf-; lnnobonn. "V.o. jrrnor.l noon: ar wn o'rlnrk'. K S,nr,n?;, (f Wa-bnpnn, ho w.'ll- ; knn\ n f, rm hu ran (.rar.zn- bo rm.ml H'r,-'; r)0])arn-;on A;rrJl- luro wll s)*'ak Tb*; mrp;nc n j;bp nro' nf nmrr' a.nl bprr nprr-,,.;f;r* Cos'j p ;nn \ "ll dan-'prj nl's-;v m p\<'*'-'<,'' nf prodnr mn. f war r'lpf 1-- rnnskorod, lo prnphosk'd c'pl norko: la<. no y.- arvol j nnr w luto a prnvj.p,': -f w bom: 'Uhr- n f 1 Owl PL' n a sor nus r-n-'b: T-'xa,.**, lar'or ban Now Knplan'l, Ull nol ;.''';san'0 frnn bo,'..\ rrnmo'. f Tbp fond lno Mllons nf f.'llf ha\p lopn dpnv-pd r.f )r-rn:-.f nf ; shnra;*' nf h;\ uram lo-,n Now ':,rlanl lp rev'r'o -. np nf ba\ r-l <a;'' Ma\ s --r.h nn ah,n d.*nl :l :nd -alo vn dr.'r soaror brt ; dmrj;; <. lonr ho w. M;p '.rr Tbp :nvprn nont cpra nlv r.p'-d.: T'.rp,nl hpr far;nc '. '_* N('\\ Kncla' fxfpp ha\ farnmr. for ho hold n near fuure Durng recen cold snap ho mll pond wa frozen over, bu s no suffcen hckness for skang yo Tho sugar Khorase e hore all rgh. s safe say ha.several famles woro shor sweeness durng ho Thanksgvnr hol<lays. Tho mll-s shops have boen workng nmhs hero hs wook. HARVARD : a bo nox moo- 1 )orombor *. wll pary solders Tbo mppmg s a :«hoped ba fl Sun, - :r! Mr nnd n'.o ll.-ft - 3fr *<:, vphpor "orvro al ho Tnaran \ \ b la.'- Sunday afrrnr.on a flvo -n vn'5 a well.nendod.nd ploasy-ns <*n' Tho Forvce wns n rccor- Spa -he ' wy nfllallcd elecrc H"o -n ' audrum. so MW *'' fxures are n pleas- Mr on \ A'h hla beauful old (Mr>*ror Mr. Huckshorn, acrs - * - a,'p d".;*d n l-,\ fornn'j ;*; n;j f all prnp..r'n To f.; valno T r. narod wh 'ho slo T;;;o pr;fo< o>or f.n('.«tho farnpr"-"!.a\p lpon.'skod bo'.p wn b.o wjr, n so f.r W'- b'lvo }r flankrd!'\ our nwn nu'bod'*, 'orcr X'lllaaro. A ho vptvros a ST Andrew's rn"- «on nl '.nda\, bo vrar, o\-,\n:us [ >n. wl <-o!pbrato holy comm unnn 1* A Tn n bo.-frnonn Mr Uun a nnnunrpd la**! Sundny ba a rrn nupr;pt UTP houg Tado by ho!ado«s Androw'y parsh, whch n lurjos (ronn, A\pr.Trw] hs \llago.. L-VO.1.vupor a n.rnbor ho.«' Mors,1- < 'a mp Dovps. followod by a clnl hour Tb* ad;o<» uf S. Anlrew\ ns-.son \'.: arrnngp for hor.'jupper.somon- n Docember, n.ny frends Mr-*.ohn Lyman, Dcdhflm. wll ho \ pry porry hear hc doah h. r husbnnr. whch nccurred a r home M«lonj: lllnorj*. fnl- Beforp her marwas MlM Vona week Frday af. lowng; an opern:.< rlaare -yn. Vows Urm«. onranmon n:;' -nf lo C.rango,!»p furn'borj by a. frr.m Cmj< [>o\ ons. : ho usu:l lmo r.ombors \\ll ar.l, Th*- adorablo sar. \"ola Dana, m '.\ad<ln's nhor lamp," 'lvr parls. wll l'p bo fon nro prurp nf -HOmn pruro shnw hs Saurdav ovonng \ p.rs nf smlos nnd ears, oo Vmla n.na as "'asy". hor wldos <]ronmf f.mo ruo; hor dngy home borono." palaoo, hor poor garmens bocamo (hanged n -orgonuh rnbos. brs l'l <-ho found ;nvo bor boaufu n.tlor --all horausp Alo<ldn';: olpr l.m-p V.O suro!oo h".\ T.o*r from S<h. Tbo followng s a lor rorovod l.\ Marnrp Wakor from hor brohor Wlhs. under dae nf Alana. Ga, Nu- \'pml'or ropovod your wolcomo lor hs rnnrntg wll now answer. nm v»'r\ gbol know ha everyone f* wol! 1 bavo hn* A cold ever snco go borp Vou know had a sllrh ono whpn l. lay wear, S n ohangoahlc one day s uul rold ho nox s warm. wll por '-fd soon. FO " should worry." Thoro s que n dfference n np boro When s flvo r (look horo s en mnues pas sx up \our wa> Wo nro all brnko" nro lookng fnr.a pay day, am gong n ( Tv nnd hnvo somo pcures aken. T k nw you wn wan a pcure your bn: l)r()ho- n unform, h.vo been workng n kchen dav ond perhaps you hnk T ddn' ge a food, fnd n some. Our flcor'..re awfully fussv. We hnve flhnvo every day. bu 1 don' hnk hcy are as src as hoy are up norh. have ju.«been rnnsferred ruck company so now.have* a yellow cord on my ha. Wc are no gons KC rucks run unl we have learned all rfle >raclce snners Mosdamos Hopkns, Shedd Eames ervcd ohsome delcaces. nox A'Vnce meeng, Decombor 7. wll be held a ho home F B Pres. Speaker. Kev. Frank B. Crall Aycr. Suhjec. "Some aspecs Ayor ;:,p." Musc, Mlss Kahleen Drew. *.'nd Workers wll hold r regular meeng nex week Wednesday afernoon wh Sacy C. Baes. Loader. George H. Kmball. Subjoc. soul black man." Mrs Suse Dexer, Orange, has \oon wh her parens. Mr. Charle. F. Was, hs week, res <f hor famy comng for holday. Mr;- Clarence Green has been a ut.os nf bor cousn. Mss Elzabeh W. ''hacher. A. W Knowln has been vsng Mr Mrs.ohn Ames n Sonor \ llo wh hcr son Heywood pon Thanksgvng a F. W. Parker's n Somorvllo. Tho W. L. Pckard famly hc C K Houghns acceped an nvaon frnm Rolln Hols Helmon fer Thanksgvng. C F 'lagg dnughr were hollay gupvs nf Burn S. Flagg famly m Ar.dover.. A Hagers eneraned her fahor. Mr Shodd. Bellows Falls. Thursday. Balph Hll won Porlnnd. Mc, for Thanksgvng. Msses Helen Esr Mchell. Brnnswck. Me., hnvo been eneraned hs woek by r nunls, F. S. Kmball nnd G. H. Kmball. Msfl Morrs was a week-end gues Msses Serson. X. H. Whlcomb's famly were holday guess James Adams famly. Concord Juncon. Thc W. K. Conans spen Thanksgv SUFFOLK SAVNGS BANK FOR SEAMEN AND OTHERS 1 T-onon S.. Bosn, Ma.<s. Collns, Rchard H.. Tr. for Rllarl V,. romn-s Jr., Shr-- ley $2O.U Aes: FRKDFRTCK T. FMKRY. lyca surer. Xov =7 WATCHES JEWELEY BOSTON PRGES" Geo. E. 4B Wner Sree, Bosn Wes Man Sree AYER, MASS. Lades' Wrs Waches. $10, $12, $15, $17.50 Make Your Chaelane Wdch for Wrs Wear, wh Fne:Goldr Flled Bracele $2.50 Sold Gold Bracele '1 La Tausca Pearl Beads... $2:50,:$5:005na7up:: Ors from 50Jo $12 Specal Lo Alumnum Barrees.., 50, $1.00" WARREN ELECTRC CLOCKS $15.00 $21.00 REPARNG. ' % Pano Xunlnjr WLMOT B, OEAVES Phone 20 HARVARD, MASS. Graduae N. E. C. o Mualc," Bosn Ten years wh Aeolan Co.. New York Agen for Holn B nsrumen"e Panos For Sale ROT-lylS*. BOARDNG HOrSB Mechancs' boardlns house xo ren n vllage, near Lowell.' Exeellen opporuny r rgh Dsrson. ' Refereneea requred..: Address 43 llvldksn Ave., owell, Mass.- 32 COMMONWEALTH OF MASSAOHU SETTS. Mddlesex, ss. Probae Cour. To hc hclrs-a-law. nex bf kn all or persons neresed n esae JANNBT OLMOUR orwse called JANET GJMORE JANNETTB GLMORB lae Townsend n salo Couny,.deceased. Whoreas, a ceran nsrumen purporng bo las wll eamen sad deceased' has been pre sened sad Cour, for Probae, by LENDAL. U.- CLEMENT who prays ha leers esamenary may be ssued hm, execur ren named, as LENPrTfT' N T T7-.\T:*NT whnu gvng a surey on hs flcal bond. You arc hereby ced 'appear a a Probae Cour, be held a -CambrdKC n sad Couny o Mddlesex, on hc -M-rny-nevfnlh dnv -DfS.erober A. p. 1917, a nne o'clock n ha forenoon, show cause. f any you have, -why same shbuld no bo graned. And sad peoner s hereby dreced gve publlo noce re, by publshng hs clllon once n each week, r hree successve weeks. n Turner s Publc Spr, a newspaper publshed n Ayer,. las publcaon be one day, a leas, bere sad Cour, by malng pospad, or delverng a copy o hs caon all known persons neresed n ho esae, hry days a leas bere sad Cour. Wness. Charles J. Mclnlre, Esqure, Frs Judge o sad Cour, hs sxeenh day November n year one hous nne hundred seveneen. 3l2 F. M. ESTY. ReRlser. WAKREN NSTTUTON FOR SAVNGS 199\Va.vhn ns., Bosn.Maw. Dodjje..ucy.\.. Gron $1, Murphy, Henry J., Wesford Aes: FRAXK D. BROWN. Trca.surer. Nov Morgagee'e Sale ng wh hor son Ralph's famly n Newn. Mr. nnd N. B, Conan (laugher wero hc guess A..M. Parkor Mlss Jula S. Oonan on Thursday. Mr anr Ora Tcomb. o Bosn,.spen ThanksgvnK wh r mor r bror n Nowwn. Dexer epnney.- one ho vcms an aumoble aeeden a Kelley s Corner; Acn -m ;8J.naav. wa.javorably known n, formerly Hved,V--rT,-..,_,. raded, cfle."f'"*" wn. en. where ho n recen years n' hu By vrue power o sale conaned n a ceran morgage deed, daed AuKU-s , gven by CHARLES K. CLUTE FREDERC H. PARKER, recorded n hc Mlddle'sex Souh Dsrc Deeds, book 4J55, pako 201, for breach hc condon sad morkage, foreclose!.nc, re wll be sold a publc aucon on premses on Saurday. >cc«mbcr 29, 1917, a hrco o'clock P. M., all n.sngular hc premses conveyed by sad morgage deed, descrbed ren fs follows: A ceran parcel l wh hc buldngs reon suaed on hc Norrly sde hc nersecon Gron Mll Srees n sad Pepperell. conanng 3.87 acres fnd bounded as follows: Bcglnnlngfa pon on sad Oron Mll Srees nco Norh 61 51'Wee by Qron Sree 236 foe; nce Norh 68 28' Wes by sad Sree fee nce Norh 27 20' Eaa by l Ffcdorlo H. Parker 421 fee more or less; nce Souh 64 3B' Eas fee sad Mll Sree, nco Souh 17 33' Wes by sad Mll Sree, fee, nco Souh 31 12' Wes by sad sree pon boglnnlng. Toger wh all reparan rghs apporenan re n waers ho Nlssllssl Rver. prcmlsen wll bo sold subjec a pror morgago fve hous dollars all unpad axee. Terms:»B00 n cash vfll bc requred a mo placo sale; ohcv erms a sal?... 2««;. FREDERC PARKER, Ayer, Mass., November 17, To Mddlesex Oouny Commssoners: Respecfully represen undersgned nhabans wn Ayer. n sad Couny, ha Wes Man Sree. n sad Aye~, should be relocaed from Man, near Worceser, Nashua & Porl Ralroad crossng Shrley road; also sad Shrley road from -Wes Man Sree Shrley wn lne. Wherefore, wo pray ha you wll relocae sad hghways. ALBERT A. FLLEBROWN ur ors. Commonwx-all Ma-'acluhClL. Mddlesex,.ss. A a meeng hc Counly Commssoners for Couny Mddlesex, a.owell, n Ead Couny, on rs Tuesday Sepember, n year our Lord one hous nno hundred seveneen, T,-l, by adjournmen a Cambrdpe n sad Couny, on weneh day November A. D. 191". On forckong peon. Ordered. ha Sherff sad Couny, or hs Depuy gve noce all persons corporaons neresed re.n, ha sad Commssoners wll mee for purpose vewng premses hearng pares a Commssoners' omce. Cour House, Eas Cambrdge, on Frday, hc wenycfhl Uay December, A. D. 1917, a o'dock n forenoon, by servng Clerk wn Ayer wh a copy sad peon hs order reon, hry days a leas before sad vew, by publshng samo n Turner's Publlc Spr, a newspaper prned a Ayer, hree weeks successvely, las publlca lon be foureen days a leas be re sad vew, also by posng hc same n wo publlc places n sad wn Ayer foureon days boro sad vew; ha he nff.ke rourn hs dongs heron, sad Commssoners, a me place fxed r sad vew nnd hearng. WM. C. DLLNGHAM, Clerk. Copy peon order reon. Aes. WM C. DLLNGHAM. Clerk. A rue copy hc peon order horeon. ALBERT A. FLLEBROWN, 3wl2 Depuy Sherff. L0S7\ BOOK n accordsnee - -wh Chap.. SSO, See. 40 Acs :J908 am amendmens re.-nolce s.hereby slven;ha;book No.'16037 has been los applcaon'has been made' for -paymen amoun depos represened by, sad book. NORTH MDDLESEX' SAVNGS BANK, Ralph L. Hasngs, Treasurer. Ayer, Mass.. November 16, ll COMMONWEALTH -OP MASSACH- SBTTS.. Mdldesex, ss. Probae Cour. To hers-a-law, nex kln,. all or persons neresedan es-- ae o LUCY JANE GOODWTN lae Pepperell q sad Couny, deceased.. Whereas' a_jceraln nsrumen purporng be las wll esamen o sad deceased has beon presened sad Cour, for Probae, by JOHN L. BOYNTON, who prays ha leers esamenary may--bo lasued - hm, execur rela nfmed. You ore hereby ced appear a a Probae Cour, be held a Cambrdge n sad Couny Mddlesex, on 191T, a nne o'clock n forenoon, show cause. f any you havo, why hc same should ho be' graned. And sad peoner s hereby dreced gve publlc noce re, by publshng hs caon once n each week, for hree successve weeks,-n Pepperell Claron-Adverser, a newspaper publshed n sad Couny las publcaon be one day, a leas, before sad Cour, by malng pos-pad, or delverng a copy hs caon all known persons neresed n esae, hry days a leas bere sad Cour. Wness, Charles J. Mclnlre. Esqure. Frs Judge sad Cour, hs flfeenh day November n year one hous nne hundred Cnd seveneen. 3l2 F. M. ESTY, Regser.. k±-. - -':3>&f;US-«r,&s«*Sl* COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHU SETTS. Mddlesex, ss. Probae Cour. To hclrs-a-law. nex o kn ana all or persons neresed n ho esae o SUSAN M. BLSS lae Ayer n sad Couny, -deceased. Whereas, a ceran nsrumen purporng bc las wll esamen sad deceased has been presened sad Cour, for Pro&e, by HENRY A. BLSS ORACE O. KEN DALL who pray ha leers esamenary may be ssued m, ho execurs ren named, sad GRACE O. KENDAU. beng naned ren as GfRAOB O. BLSS whou gvng a surey on r llclal bond. -, ' You are hereby ced appear a a Probae Cour, be held a Cambrdge n eald Couny Mddlesex, on elevenh day December A. D. 1»17, a nne o'clock n forenoon, show cause. f any you have, why same should no be graned. And sad peoners are hereby dreced 'gvo Dublle noco re, by publshng hs clulon once n eaeh week, for hree successve weeks. n Turner's Publlo Spr, a newspaper publshed m Ayor, l»«.publcaon be one day, a leas...before. Mld cour, by malllpg pospam. or ds- lverng a copy hs" caon joll known persons, neresed J-_ esur. soven days a leas before-sad cour. -.Wness, Chalo. J-Mon.«jej:B Frs.Judge ead<:our«.bl«wenljj dmt N*feBbe»: n h» T»M;O«No Commonwcall Massachuses ;AND COURT To Chler Machne Gompany "Ayer Tamng Company, duly exsng corporaons havng r usual places busness n Ayer, n cdany Mddlesex sad Commonwealh; Quncy McColleser Lev W. Phelps, sad Ayer; Lbbe A. Balcom Cam.brldge, n sad Couny Mddlesex; John Dufy, resdence unknown, or hs hers, devsees or legal represenaves; all whom may concern: Whereas, a poon has been presened sad Cour by Reed- Prcnce Company, a duly exsng corporaon havns s usual place [busness n Worceser, n Couny Worceser sad Commonwealh, regser confrm s le n ho lowlng descrbed l: A ceran parcel l wh buldngs roon, suae h sad Ayer, bounded descrbed as follows: Weserly on Tannery (somemes called Faulkner) Sree abou hree hundred fory (340) fee; Norrly on l Quncy McColleser l o Chler Machne Company nney-flve (95) fee; Easerly on l sad Chler Mochlno Company l now or lae Lbble A. Balcom sxy-seven (67) fee; Norrly agan on sad l now or lae Balcqm foureen (14) fee: Easerly agan on or l sad Chler Machlno Company, eghy-four ond 2/10 (84.2) fee; Norrly agan by. sad l sad Chler Machlno Company abou hreen % (1314) fee; Easerly agan by l now or lae Lev 'W. Phelps abou sxy (60) fee; Norrly agan by sad l Pholps one hundred hry-one (131) fee; Easerly agan by Fores Sree ono hundred hry (130) foe; Sourly on Bllgh Sree abou wo hundred nneyflve (2S5) fee. Peoner clams as appurenan ho above descrbed l a rgh way n sad Bllgh Sree. Peoner adms abovo descrbed l s subjec an easemen o way en fee n wdh adjonng, norrly boundary as reserved - lo hc Chler Machlno Company, s successors assgns, n a ceran deed ho peoner daed Augus 13, 1917, reoordod wh Mddlesex So. Dls. Deeds, Book 4166, Pago 370: bldlng resrcons as so forh n a deed rom ho Ayer Tannng Company Chler-Planer Company, doed March 21, 190B, recorded a9,_. aforesad Book 3179, Pago 473. abovo doscrbed l s shown on a plan (led wh sad pelllon all boundary lnes arc clamed bo locaed on ho ground as shown. on sad plan. You- are horeby clod appear a ' L Cour be held a Bosn, n hc (bouny Suffolk, on.sev-' oneenh day o December A. D. 1817,. a en o'clock n forenoonr ehow ". cause. f any you havo, why. prayer', sad peon should no bb graned.' Ana unless you appear a sad Cour :' a me place aforesad your ; defaul wll bo recorded, sad" peon wll be aken ae 0<>ne«saa,' you wll be fevor barred from - soneslng sad peon or. any deere, ;.". enered'reon.r,,',.' -.','.- - :'-;-"'. ' J Wness; Charer:Thbmn»»»(,," Esaure, Jud«e - sad: Cour;-he; - weneh day Novenber n h«y*»r<, nneeen hjdred. sov<neen.;:;.8us'...:,- Aes Trh'SeV ormjm-f:;;:.'. ''',:.' ;, -',';CLAR5MCB'::&?S»fffeB'5.v\<:-;-,

3 ll\.:.-<-' «' _?ATPRDAY, DB&EMBER J ra«ndubb RALROADNG FOR WOMEN GROWS N FAVOR ]! Women have made.a splendd' sar lln varons brancles ralroad work, j- moke jop jvar-lme deflclcncles ;o men,.accor(llngr''rep6rs''6f New' Tork Cenrol-ralroad, vhere Presl-. den Alfred H. Smh hos ordered ho :'«mpoymea - ranng ol femnne orkeb wherever TWSBlblo"- n" nl" de- -pnrnehj.-- ' ~ - '. ' A gang 80 wonen, nnder drecon. a woman: bookkeeper, s employed, by New York C!enrao. CplUn\food, 0.,:ln'sorDg 8,000 ns,,«crap, nus; eeel plaes,- spkes-, bols, brake ahoca praclcnlly every par o '.' snperannnaed engne or. a brokerdown car.- se women examne.sor every pece o scrap; y do ho work as, wll as.men appear -k Pl.-4: -: : ; Women Ge Same Pay., A. T. Hardn,-senor vce presden -.n charge operaon ho New, -'Xork Cenral, who promulgaed nn or-.".der all Scers "begn" hfr em- '' ploymen, ranng women for varous branches servce.'whlcb.0 'woman canno do excep heovles manual lobor requrng grea jlbyslca srengh. Wonen_col4 no lay ra'llway cs. y should no be called upon do work whch would overax r srengh. We are no used dea o performance nam[rnbort)y"womeh"l hs counry. We don' Uke see women do hord work. Bu re s nohng abou ralroad work requrng skll or accuracy whch women canno do. "Our presen work s cenered largely n organzaon ond ranng yomen for epploympnl- hy fho rpll. roads. We conno ell bow long be war wn ns nor how many men we moy lose by draf. We von be reduy. women we are ranng ore n-nanynsnce's relaves wor employees. y hove aken up rollrood work eagerly ond energecally. r conrbuon ndusrlol welfare. ho counry wll be remendous benef women, ' Many women have exraordlnory energy power for consrucve work whch has DONQ MEN'S WORK ANO PROUD OF T. j whch y con perform, begnnng o! frs wh 'aeas laborous work," :Corcemng progress movemefl sold: r " flrs mle we lold down abou ncreased enploymen pf women, made necessory by war, was hs: [ 'wbmnnwho does same work as a man wll ge be some pay as a!man. Those women who are sorng ; scrap ge on average $2.50 a. day Jns wha a man- would receve for [smlar work. : "We 'have ncreased greoly juunber o women employed n our audng deparmen. We have wom- en n our car deparmen keep rack jo movemens 240,000 cars. y keep a record where each car jgoes wha does every day. We ; hnva pg women work n or pur- chasng, deparmens. We are raln ng women sell ckes, ac as :wachmen a.ralroad crossngs. Xn lour shops women ore leornlng cun ' las, drlls or smoll ols, we epec emploj; women ns : asssans n saons. Can' Lay Ralway Tes. "re s no work done on rollroods HANDY SLEEPNG-CAR BERTH nvenon Monana Man Provdes, Asle for Dressng Secon Hnged Swng Upward. '. Scenfc Aaercon n lllnsrnng ond descrbng on mprovemen on a sleepng-car berh, nvenon lo P. R. Odell Bue, Mon., says: " nvenon s an mprovemen :ln sleepng-car berhs, hos for s objec provde a slon wheren a mproved 8leeplng-Car Berh. dressng asle may be provded n connecon wh eoch - ho berhs. upper lower berhs each hove a secon hnged swng npwordly provde dressng spoce ond a foo board suppored below sad secon upper berh, sold secon. foo boord beng o oppose end berhs from hnged secon lower berh." New Job for Aerbury. - W. W, Aerbury, vce presden Pennsylvanlo rollroad, hos been nppolned drecr gekral mnsporlbn. Uned Saes cxpedllonory forces n- Fronce. Mr. Aerbury s now a bo fron wll!work n conjuncon.wh French rnll- ' rood fldols. -. Shep Men Oe nerease. Federaed shop men c wesern dvson - ho Conodla Podflc rallroad hove secured a new agreemen rased -wogc's 0 cens on hoar. Moon Was Broke. - One evenng hrw-yenvold Harold, eelhe. new mdon, ran hs mor grealy exced.sad: "Oh, mamma, eome quck see, moon's all broke." Ju Try Th.. JTobody can do rgh hng: dways,.xor Bes aay o n* ca,. do 1«" ' " ' - " lorlhjgs!«l>erol-b*6*'*"'-' never been pn praccal use. war gves m an opporuny serve r counry od mselves. Show Equal Efflclency. "n Europe women hove proved r copoely do work men nnd Amercan women are demonsrang equal eslcency n every fleld bey have enered. "Sr Bober Borden, premer Canada, was dn onl-sufcrogs opposed generally work women n fleds pre-emped by men unl war sen men hc fron pn women n work n r places. Today Canada s n a beer poson fnancally han a oubreak war. And n a speech recenly Sr Rober Borden sold, 'Conodo owes her solvaon her women.' " New York Cenral has obou 85,000 employees, bu many o bem, hrough noure r work, ore exemp from draf. Many ralroad men hove voluneered, however. Two hundred our flnes mechancs have voluneered n engneerng regmens whch wll work on ralways France. Or ralroads have gven r bes men." RALROADS USE MUCH COAL More Than One-Fourh Toal Producon Mnes Consumed n.transporng Fregh. ok 136,000,000 ns bumnous coal, or more han one-fourh - ho al producon mnes, mnspor fregh ond passengers on ralroads be Uned Saes n Ths wus an ncrease 14,000,- 000 ns over be amoun consumed n 1015,, or 11.5 per cen. combned bumnous anhrace used by hc ralroads was 142,735,000 ns. se fgures ore conaned n o re- )or, Jus mndo publc by Uned "Saes geologcal survey, llusrae enormous quany cool necessary keep rollrbors runnng.' amoun bumnous coal consumed by ralroads n sourn dsrc ncreased from 22,000,000 ns n ,300,000 ns n 1016, or 6,1 per cen ncrease n easem dsrc wns from 56,500,000 62,- 700,000, or 11 per cen, n ho wesem dsrc from 48,500,000 60,000,- 000, or 16 per cen. WOMEN OBJECT TO OVERALLS Thry Employed by Norrn Paelfle Say y Are Horrd Prefer Wear Skrs. Thry women lned up ngalns ho Norrn Paclflc rnllrond.''overalls-nre ho ssue. Ofllclals say y're safer nround {nachlnery. Women soy y're horrd. "'m a lady, even f have a man's Job," one prey worker snapped, when ho drecrs red calm argumen Qve Old Men a Chanee, Tbo Alanc Coas lne wll employ men up seveny years nge for ho duraon war. company, herefore, has employed no ono more han fory years old. Keep Troubles Yourself. Thc fellow who s always ellng n hard luck sgr doesn' have many frends. Tho world hasn' me lo lsen your roubles. ', Way. Smoor*. Blessed are h boppl&ess makers Blessed are y ha remoyd frcon, U-make, courses.lfo 'smooh aad'.&ereojdrse. mn genle.-:- arennr'.wlfdjher..:::,, ;..' ;w '- J-'l-'-.,- ' ,---.' - TO.WrSEn) Cener. Marha Wells» makng an exended vs wh relaves n Worceser Wllllmalc, Cunn. Luella M. Jennerson lef wn Tuosday for OreenvlUe, N. H., where she spen holday 'jvjh her bror. W. B. Graham, famly remaned for a vs. Mr. W'aler Farrar wen Sayorsvllle, R.., spend holday week-end wh Mr. Arhur Easman. Prvae Ralph Smh from Camp Devons Smh spen week-ehd wh.mr. Herman Kngh,. second monhly meeng Monday 'club was held on November 26 a home Mary Norrs. Durlng afernoon's program hree flffely wren papers wero gven " presen.suaon n aly." by Ellen G.,Howard; "Lloyd Goorge Engl," by Ellen Haynes, " lbrary a Camp Devens," by Eunce P. Bruce. A soca hnur followed wh- servng refreshmens by hosess. A Paren-Teachers* assocaon meeng, be held on December 11. Cap. Danlel S. MacKay wll be speaker. B. Ss. A. D. Fessenden Company enemen on Man sree, occuped by Frank Mlllor famly, a beng wred for elecrc lghs. chldren Mehods Congregaonal Sunday schools have manfesed much neres n collecng money brngng good hngs be pu n barrels ha were packed on Tuesday ser Lle Vyers' Home. Bosn, for Thanksgvng. Mr. Charles Smh, wh Mr. Melvn Davs as au guess, wen Arlngn on Sunday vsed Mr. Fred Davs n r new home. Mary Whe, her far, Joseph.awrence. Carl Mudge spen Thanksgvng holday wh Mr. Lawrence's d'augher, C. F. Marsha, n Lawrence. Mra..Blanche 'Wheeler Msses Helen Carolne Kendall, Bosn, were Thanksgvng guess Mr. C. W. Hldreh. Mr. T. E. Flarv spen Thanksgvng wh Mr. Lous Sreeer n Walham. Tho dae o ho Mehods sale comes on Wednesday afernoon, December 5. Mr. Jbhn Pper, who have been spendng several weeks n Porl, Me., have reurned r home hero spend holdays, afer whch y plan spend wner n Bosn. Mr. Hugh Hlll aended funeral on las week Frday afernoon _Sr- HU's nece nephew n Ea's Pepperell, a sad mos unusual case hs bror's wo chldren beng bured ho same-dayr r oldes chld, a son egheen years, Leser James, ded a Massachuses General hospal on Monday mornng, on Wednesday mornng, a one o'clock, nex oldes chld, a grl foureen, 'Vole Ea, ded a S. Joseph's hospal. N'ashua, N. H. Rev. B. A. Wlllmo. a former Twnsend pasr; was" one o speakers a a recepon gven n Kox bury las Saurday evenng Roxbury boys from Camp Devens. A meeng home guard held on Frday evenng las week n Memoral hall, Leu, Dole, Leu. Trlndervlle Leu.' Tlldsley Harvard un was presen gave an neresng alk mon. Earl Mller, Somervlle. s enjoyng a vs wh her parens, Mr. George G. Clarke. Waler Grmes ammunon ran. Camp Devens, vsed a hs homo here las Sunday. frends Elwn (Plucky) Swcker wll be pleased learn ha he has recenly been promoed from prvae rank orderly a Camp Devens, Ayer. Amos Blood her daugher. N'elle Glchrs, have closed f summer, home here have gone Ayer spend wner wh Glchrs's daugher. rene Con. George L. Easman has closed hs horae here has gone Park hoel board for wner, hs housekeeper. Mss Jose Warner, has reurned home her sser, Alber Scales. Mlss Mary Hggns. Roslndale, s vsng her grparens,.mr.. M. T. Hggns. Frederck Wrgh nfan (laugher Gerrude, Waerbury, Conn., aro vsng a home Vernal Barber. Townsend hll. Wrgh s pleasanly remenbered as sser Janes Keene. -who formerly lved a Mr. Barber's. An urgen call has come from general manager Red Cross r sweaers, w-rsles socks r our own men for men n France 4 60,000 sweaers have been delvered men n our camps n ranng saons wh excepon a few hous sweaers whch have been sen France. Rod Cross Commsson n France needs one mllon sw-ears. s refore necessary ha Tow-nsend kners.send n as soon as hcy can al sw-eaer.s. w-rsles socks y can possbly make. freedom Cuba) ~ hsry be proud porunly -ho presen-. was agan Amorlca'a -r world war do her omancpao al from - cracy. Tho chor rem musc durng aervlc grogaon Jonng n sng. Afer servce coh; h chrsan ; cordal greeng frend. Rev. W. W. Van recenly come our vl nave Oho a ; endng Bosn unl\> Townsend on Frlda'y charge hc Mehods. meengs, occupylnjr Sundays. -a herage n opbe sad ha vege n hs.r help wer au-red specal vh con- : "Amerca." "galon gave luwshlp V pasr r, who has,-c. He s a escn U a- -sly, comng h'hs have -ekly prayer e pulp ur. Wos. C. S. Homer lef on las Saurday for.new York, where she wll spend wner. Mr. Mr.s. Thornas Welch»-ll have charge summer home durng her absence. Mr. Ernes Phllps lef on las Saurday for Florda, w-here y wll spend hfr wner. y wll spend a week n New York vcny, w-here y wll be joned nex week by Phllps' bror. Wlam M,.awrence, who wll spend wner wh m. - A hc sesson Baps Hunday school as Sunday wus voed ha a commee composed Rev. Joseph McKean, Perry W. Sawelle. Abbo Hodgman, Mlss Gladys Rawson Mss Alce Seaver, eachers n Sunday school, serve as a commee on ho Chrsmas concer. Word has been receved by John Magulnness ha hs son, 'Thomas Rogers, who enlsed wh a Canadan regmen a commencemen w-ar, who was w-ounded n renches has been n a hospal nearly all summer, wll no be homo on furlough as expeced, bu afer an examnaon was pronounced for servce agan afer a few weeks' vs wh relaves n rel wll reurn 'renches for servce agan, Mr. Rogers s an old resden vllage a former suden hgh school here, hs many frends regre ha hc w-lll no be able conc homo, hough- course y rejoce ha he has recovered from hs w-ounds. Mary. Agnes John, chldren Mr. Danel Cfey, have been sulerlng from chcken-pox. Mr. Herman L. Sckney son Ralph vsed relaves n Flchburg las Sunday. George Roebuck, chauffeur for C. S. Homer, has recovered Trom, a severe aack grppe lef on Sunday mornng.for hs home n New York cy for w-ner. j)_umlc schoola_closed on Wednesday noon for usual Thanksgvng vacaon, lasng un Monday mornng. W. A. Bouwell famly spen las Sunday-wlh-relalvcs n Ba'rTer"mar=- ng rp by au. Tho Al-Ready class wll hold r monhly meeng on.saurday afernoon a home -Mss Dors Tenney. -Annual Sale Mllnery E. F. Chler Lades' Haer Barry Block Phone 82-3 AYER, MASS. r.v('..\rm-;d.sav.vus 11.A.NK.MX-'Ol-.N-r n c(,nforrny wh rccurorncn,* ' Sf-loM l'l,,! -,,T SHU, Aexa u 'B xhf '.evue'l l.vs, noce M hereby mvf hn.ml'..<.m.m'lahet Sl-;.N-'r;l;.jrrerl>.,1 'J-.<w-n.-end,.Mas.s l.f all n.-rc,;n n h,- WOR- CKS-rKJ; N'OKTH s.w.vr,.-;.nkt- 1T-l- ).N-..! -;-.(bur>,-..mh.s.s, UM.unn.- -,.,»10 14, ']," wlr 'h-re ha.s no 'ffn a 'l-p-'-,,- a VMhdrawu Of ;> 'ar; "X -Ju-.,-, nor haw n- Xf.-.: b*- 4.;.wr,L. r., j.r.,a w<':y.\ea-.'-\ jjrec'.-'j,11,; ;'- 31s " "f;c,b.-, l- 'w:; A. ( r.kdw.n- 'l-r...,ur-r E. D. STONE Fre nsurance Agen.-\omoble ujd CordwMx flsuranuo l-l»ler.\,.slonf. 'J'jK-nvrlrg Pagc'.s BlK-k.A>T. MuHK..MOn-<;.\(;;-s.s.\.; O F REAL ESTATE Poa nd oron ngh was observed a Grange Monday evenng an neresng program was gven n charge a commee compobcd Frank A. Woods, Agnos Woods. Ralph Ppor. Edgar Campbell Heser Burde. Two excellen papers werc gven, "Hsry culure poa." by Ralph Pper, "Uses poa," by Wley Swnnngn; a pleasng vocal duc was rendered by Msses Wlner Myrle Marshall pano solos by Alber G. Seaver. n ho Grange poa planng cones Halph Pper was awarded flrs prze, a cake made from poa flour; Swnnngn. ho socond, was gven a cle wh aracve shade, " gve her more lgh on sul>jcc." AUco Drown, whoso "poa pach" had bo n her flower»)od, was presened wh a largo poa wh njuncon ha large resuls n>ay proceed from small begnnngs. A lgh lunch was served, ncludng a ny onon wrapped n waxed papor, presened each member as a souvenr. Grange poe. H. Warren Seaver. gave n hs usual Joval way wo orgnal poems, one a burlesque on wnners n poa cones: hc or, "Thc smple lfe." nex meeng wll be hold on December 10, an open meeng, an neresng program s beng arranged by ho commee, s hoped ha a largo numbor peoplo wll plan be presen. A Very neresng Addrw. A unon Thanksgvng sorvce held on' Sunday evenng a Congregaonal church, Rev. W. W. Van Krk, pasr Mehods church, preached ho fcrmon on "AmerlcA's war Thanksgvng," a sormon full ol serous lmoly houffhs for hc doop hnkng people. Ho pad ha ro wore hreo hngs for whch cvory Amercan should gvo graude a hs ThanksglvnfT oason. "* hcrlago ho pas, ho opporuny presen hc promlso fuure." Ho sad n par ha our hsry, ho pas was clean wh excepon o MexlcaA rar» ha our hree wars woro for enmncpalon, revoluonary war r freedom ndependence; hf ovll wur for. freedom sa;t And GROTON To hc Edr: Ladles' Home Journal recenly publshed a mely arcle on subjec good roads, under capon "A communy's greaes asse" ha wrer wans see man pons publshed n your papers: "A good road s one greaes asses a communy. Consdered as a means gen? educaon for chld so ha he can comforably ge school; as a means ransporaon foodsuffs; as a drec lnk n lfe a woman wh ceran necessary socal acves; as a sprual means geng church consder a cood, road from any spon you lke cvc, educaonal, economc, socal, sprual or moral mmedaely looms up as an asse beyond prce. amazng par ' s ha we have been so slow see value ha les n a good road, more amazng s ha we sll lerae so many mles roads unfl ravel. was recenly sad a a garng women, ha men were drecly responsble for bad roads. f ha s so. f men lave no rsen r bes n hs maer, f y have faled do all hcy mgh have done, wh>-" no le women everywhere rv wha y can do n maer geng beer roads? "Geng a good road does no depend on havng a voe; men know ha. Women have done much for good»-n(\.ds n hs counry, bu have y done all y mgh'.' Have no women faled lo grasp full sgnfcance good roads, as a maer fac? f no, why se mles mles.scalous roads, wh wumen lvng on m everywhere? "One hng s paen here should be no such hng as a bad road n a counry lke hs a a me ke hs. " ne has gone by for any e.xcue for a bad road ha keeps a chld from school, a man from marke, a woman from church or from hose socal chances whch she s enled. And sooner wo beleve.se facs, men women, fuller happer our lves wll be. "re s scarcely anyhng n whch a communlv can pu s money 90 wsely as n a good road; w*»nan who prooams hs, day n day ou, unl she ges every road n her communy raversable, s a savor hor sex.".s wh hope ha women hs secon wll b mselves ger brng abou good roads ha we are so.sadly n need ha s asked gve a small space hs well hled subjec. wrer knows some such agaon bu suggess ha all women's clubs socees ake up queson gond road. make men voe money buld m. Thoy can do ' A.. CaU. BOXBOROUGH N'ows ems. Frankln Dean aended fyffh annual reunon dnner Company A Assocaes a Parker House. Hnsn. Tuesday. Company A ho 4'h regmen, M. V, M.. organzed ha asbooaon a onre upnn reurnng from ho cvl war < >f 101 lcers men hs comp.ny who wen \\c fron wenj-lv.- ;ro now.alve foure*'n were prrson On hs occason Ada D-.rkee, whn h.s -ppn sayng n Wes Acn for s\o. woeks.-has reurned her horr orer spo daugher n Wnlharn. Addlo.orng goes \V'- Swanzey, N. H.. Suurday, vs. sora Ran. Kan wns fomerly sora Draper nnd was born spen all her early lfe on hr f.rn whero M. 1,. Wohorbee now lve-; Mr Ran ded las summer from blood posonng. "Vo was hold uo vo hrough h by aumobllo )r\ndls dod as a resul wn ;n<l. Andrew Walkor has gone Sr Vs hs sser.."eyes Tred?* "No Wlh Ths Lamp**. To make wrng more comforabo or readng more pleasan, nso a Rayo Lamp. 3 a mellow Hgh a easy on youryca. ~ RAYO LAMPS gve a seady, brgh lgh whou Bclcer or flare Eaay lgh no need remove er chmney or ahade. Aracve n degn -fnah. Eaay keep clean. Use So-CO-ny Keroaene n Rayo Lamps. pure, carefully refned ol for Ugh And aak for Rayo Lamps by name. STANDARD OL COMPANY NEW YORK PRNaPAL omces SEW YORK ALBANY BUFFAU) BOSTON Begnnng nex week Mr. Mssran wll spend wner n C.mbrdge, aendng Harvard unversy. Hs address wll be Andover Hall, Cambrdge, elephone, Cambrdge ' A. week-ends he wll be a parsonage. New AdTcgrlsemens. MORTG.\GKE'S S.LE OF REAL ESTATE N' SHR.KY, MASS. By vrue a power sale conaned n a ceran Morgage Deed gven by.vez F. SAWYER LAURA H. FORD, boh Shrley, n Couny Mddlesex, n Commonwealh Massachuses, Gron Cemeery Assocaon, a corporaon esablshed under ho laws CommonweaUh Massachu.se.s, Gron, n sad Couny, daed March 13h. A. D. 1905, recorded wh Mddlesex Souh Dsrc Deeds n book 3149, page 504, wll be sold a publc aucon upon premses bolow descrbed on Monday, le croneonh Lay December.\. D. 1917, a wo o'clock n lefernoon, a 11 sngular prefpcs conveyed by sad Moracre Deed, namely "A ceran parcel l, wuh huldnc;s reon, suaed m ha par sad Shrley known as Shrley Vllage, on sourly sde hghway loadng Leomnser, bounded descrbed as follows, namely: "Begnnng a noraserly corner re a l formerly James Gerrsh, deceased, a sad hcjhw ay: nce we. by sad hghway wo (21 rods anl weny-one (21) lnks, nce by l her.s rf Clara Gardr.er souh fory one-half (40) decrees we.s hree <3) rods souh lhr.\'-one.'l) dogrees wes en (O) rods sxeen (16) lnks; honco J>y l now or formorly Mrs Shearer souh sxy (fo) degroos ons hreo () rods eleven n lnks: nco by l formerly 7-;Uen W.1- lngn norh weny-egh (2S degrees pa- nno one-ha f (9j) rods norh hry-hree ( > degrees eas hroo () rods sovoneen (T lnks ho pol' becnnng " prnpor:\- wn bo s-.hl ';>->jor: u any unpad axo-; A <lopos *>ne Hundrod Dollnrs JllOOO) n par paymon wll bo roqulrod, C»hor erms mado known a mo.md placo salo K' GKOTON* CKMKTKKY ASSO "ATOV HV :VK: -;TT -. G-:unsn. Treasuror Gr.>.>n M -. \' \ o:r,].or 22. KG 7 nxezhlfr Ralph H. Wyle DENTST Barry Bldg. AYF.R MASS r.ccr Churcll XoR. Sund.ay servces- Mornng wnr-hlp a cloven o'clock. 'reacher, Hev. O. M. Mslrlan. hc mnser. Snbec. "Tho jdgmcn.tesus," Sunday aohool.a r B. moeng evenng scrvcc a 'von o'clock. A lho church r- nelvs meeng on las Sunday ovcnk- he quesons dscussed voed n,"r wore folbo SpanUh-Amerlcan'-Wfr- r.-'- cole..'-' '- '. '-.'. - 'f-%-fr-''-v;;;,. owlng -Tha fund ($500) she. whaever- y d> r ':ch'utc: b advsed ";rrang( colebn&.'.'on Ch: Z'AT.- ' MOW Werbee be nvesed n.mos prable {undav school s T Chrsmas reo as ove, Telephono Connecon Tm46 NOTCE. so n ("ornpl.t poo wh ho s ho 4 "onn' u o.l h Mas no loo V horo*>y gvon ha 'horo s!an<p: fho crod ho j>,rl\ namod bolow. n ho Norh Md-llosox Savnjcfl Hank Ayor, Mas'nohusoH, ho nmoun bolow nd r. ed, rohor wh ho las known resldonco or nosfrco addross ho (lopo<<r, who lnn no mndo any dopos n sal' h.nk or whdrawn ho rfrom.ty par nf hs depos or anv pnr 'o nloron rorw durng h- weny.rs as precedlur ho.ls.lav Ocro'.or. lu: h. person olow docr'hod s no kno\': an Tlcfr o oorporalon h.- lvng, ha 'ho depos book < f auch deposr, duug such perod, h.-no boon b;:ough m hc bank h- verfed oro havo neres added. X2f. T. 3n Rchard Welch. Ayer, Mass. Ayer, Mass.. Nov. 10..fK. CommomTcalh Maasachuscs Mddlesex, sa. L Cour. Xo, 1249 Msc. PETTON' FOR DSCHARGE OF MORTGAGE Respecfully represena TMOTHY P. CLEARY Ayer n sad r'o uny Mddlesex ha he s owner a parcel l wh buldngs reon suae n sad Ayor on weserly sde Pearl Sroe bounded. Easerly by sad Pearl Sree, one hundred en (110) fee; Norrly by l now or formerly Benjamn M, Spauldng, eghv wo (S2) foe; Weserly by l Worce.ser & Xashua lalroad. one hundred en one haf ll') fee; Sourly by l TerulMano J. Prone, seveny one hree fourhs (71 ) fee; ha record flle sad l s encumbered by an undschar;,:od morgage gven by Arvlla A, Spauldng Hram Sewar sad Ayor daed Aprl 19. 1S76 recorded n Mddesex So. Dsrc Regsry Deeds. l)ook 1391, page 212. a copy where S here annexed, marked "A" made a par here; a.d ha m-jrgapror hose -.a\'r,;: hor e.s a. r en have heen m unrserr :p.*d possesson l h; ld ngs for more han wony year.s.-fc- ho expraon me lmed n.s;d morgago for full porfornance "f condon hore>f: ha he has osae mnrraj;ur n sad l buldngs whch was convoyed hm by sad Arvlln A Spaullm;.: by a warrany deed dael.july 20, POT.m-l recorded n sad Mddlosox So l>jsrc: uf Deed., bo.k page 4;9, Whorefr>ro he j")r.>s.'a lho *'.;jr afr surh noro,-s K.--'.a; ord- r na\ oner a d-troo under ho pr-v-;;.ns nf P.ev-sod l.aw.-. Phajr S2 Scc;o: 1:. Tl.MOTHY ' C\.y\.\\K\. Hy hs a.rno>-, jorx M.MA;.' 'M:V.\ r;o opy,\'.os:, Hy vrue power sale conaned n u ceran morgage gven by Anno Phlene lrown und Sarah A. Hlood. oxocurcoh wll Emma Jane Trefen Charles E. E, Blood, daed July 15, 1907, ana recorded n Mddlesex So. Dls. Deeds. Book No Page 531, for breach condons named n.sad morgage, for ho purpose o foreclosng same, wll bo sold a publc aucon, be held on ho promses, on elevenh day l>eeembor, 1917, a rco o'<'ock P. M., ' all sngular hc premses descfrlbed as follows, w; Ceran real esae wh bulldlngh reon, suaed n easerly par sad Shrley, beng same premses conveyed Emma Jane Trefen by wo deeds, one gven her by Rober Lawn daed November 29, 1887, recorded wh. Mddlesex So. Ds. Deeds n book page 158. or gven her by Joseph T. Shepley, daed May recorded wllh sad dcds n book 2276, page 110. premses are more parcularly descrbed n sad deeds as follows: A ceran pece or parcel l wh buldngs reon, suaed n easerly par Shrley n ho Couny Mddlesex:, bounded as follows: Begnnng on sourly sde road leadng from Gron Lunenburg a a pon on sad road hree hundred foureen (314) fee wes ene bound beween l Joseph T. Shepley Edwn H. Sampson; nce sourly from sad pon one hundred (100) fee a sake snes; nco weserly one hundred weny fve (125) fee a sake snes; nce norrly one hundred (100) fee sad road, se hree lnes boundng on l"of ead Shepley, nce easerly By sad road one _hudrd weny fve (125) fee pon"o?" begnnng. A ceran pece l suaed n lho easerly par Shrley bounded descrbed as follows: Begnnng on soury sde road leadng from Gron Lunenburg a a pon on sad road wo hundred sxy four (264) fee wes sne bound boween l Joseph T. Shepley Edwn H. Sampson; nce sourly from sad pon one hundred (100) fee by l sad Shepley; honce weserly by sad Shepley l, ffy (50) fee l sad Trefelhens; nce norrly by sad Trefen's l, one hundred (100) fee.sad road; nce easerly by.sad road ffy (50) feo pon begnnng. Terms, cash, or erms condons named a '.o me place.sale. CHARLES E E RLOOD, 3ll Morgagee. Gron. Mass., Xovenber 15, Commonwcall Moohusea Mddlesex, ss. 'LAP.KN<'h <v>mnr>n\tfnllj» Mddlo.sox. (Seal) f l'pon ho f!->roc: >, ",(,' 'lored ha all porsonjj appear ' "nmbrdgo Counv a nres Thomns Hoods fnr.f -Tu.Ml (rurdor Mnnlnv a ruo.am ho p o: 11 n nfo.''od boro 'ho w hm a * MrldlOsON Ma 'OT or.a! ( w.answor nn \ L'hrnn. J xho S..;.-:, (11..V.-.V 1 ':.f va. "n.lanuarv a.m>l r, r ;ol r' \ r; ) o\ p\."mth. Hocur>:or **«l'lu'**-j L '. -.nn. ' - c.vo rv sa,.: po.t, u r. r; fur '.r.-.1 her o app".* l.o lm Wl Kocsror. rr\ P-r m Nvs-, n lho r r.\- C;c ad p.. Wl-.or' *)- -, -.' moong ("o-m- ' y Conmssuners for sad >'''uny. a* \ Lowol on hp fr.'- TLosday Sopem-, her A.H. S': (>n -ho '. MT,:"!o l-.hnm m's j J.lorn h. K;rK Src f;orn L- o-n Sar;nn ;, ].,'!>-;.->n ' "on mon he relorn'od -;;,M.fn,'.: > repared. ; ho *;ane hav.n:: l...-- adj::dgod ; con-.nnn con-onor.'-o. nocosy. sad f'omn--mnors ;,vo n-'-l'-co haf hoy wr.l no.r., ronra.-' ha poron! f sad s oo fr.n s/\ul Llen Sa- ' on ho Publc Lbrary, a Llen ' Sa(<n ho ''; r!>;:r;: L.rnal, on Frdnj. Dv-nbor ll, 1917, a 2.:lO 1*. M. 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4 PAOX TOUK SATURDAY, DECEMBEE J, 1017 Sh>. K-CCKT. 1H7, GROTON 'r Ml 'he s.11, \\ (u.!:\. d ' h.: Ol,.s Ml v «'d h.s f nl,, '.n A.\ Lr. :> undo h. Ml ha: nm n\ f roul.- low n w bu u oro proja od N ole - lan soldors Saurday ev-nnk we d>-app»nd 1 lor ancpalol deasuo, l.u glad lo know (ha hoo W4' uru lo ox4-nd r buapalu> han hoo wo o.--oldorm lu cnerum Harold Alen, son r.ul M'.". Wrlon H. Allen "f Ayor. udorwon n njh-rallon f<*r appen<llcls a lhe (Jron hospal las wook Monda.s'. operallon was porfmrmod by >r llupkls. 'J'he jfaon.s naklng good leoovory. An evenng wh ho Groun!nnj;e Georges wll be onjo\od Tuo.slay openng. December 4. Tho followng; cunmlee wll havo ho j»rokam n _.hflr;.!-- Gvyrge 11. McKo. Grge L. Smlh. Goargv K. laley, Geurge L. Boynlon. Goorgo L Wuods. George L. Knapp, Goorgo K. Sampson, Goorgo L. Hxby,.George H. Kdkna, Goorgo L. Uood und Goorge W, dark..mr.k. Alce Suwycr French s nakng a vf her mor, Mara Sawyor. Saon avenue. She s akng a much needed roh from, her ' home n Wesbrook, Me., where she has boon anxously carng for her young son, who has been very sck. S, }'. McKoan won Sprngfleld Tuesday noon upend Thanksgvng wh her son Clayn fmlly. f pohsble MlsH Mae M<*Konn wljl jon hom Sunday reman unl Monday evenng. was nneeen years ago Monday hs week ha ho seamer Porlnnd lef Bosn was never soon agan. errble HJOW.srm ha ngh was no looked upon as ()u ordnary for season year n hose day!* as would be day when we fgure on very llle snow unl afer 'hrsmas. To boys n cold wear n early par Novomber was looked upon as a mar course und wear man was consdered lax n hs duy f ponds wero no frozen hard enough gve good skang or Thank.sgvng day. "Tle Wlson famly, who havo been occupyng Jerome Shauck house on Elm sref. have v'ed Tmohy (.'rowley's lyuse un GDU sree r ~"" Klla 1*. Woolley enjoyed a few days wh her dau;;her. Goorge Cook, n N'ashua, ja-s week. Mr. WUllam H. Whehll wa«made happy; n a vs from r eon Warron, who spon jjoveral day s -wh lou-1hc pa* wuok proro hj gong Washlnglon, D. C.. whoro he wxh >*e onyagcd as rhom.s n research work for ho govornmen. He l Gron Tuesday. al'.. L'-lo.<MHh.!.. (; ddo md C. luk 'h. Kll..' ' mon. ~ Douln. pruv.. SO;;; pokon.o. D lok.\.,-.o.u, r l. 'f.o' 1; 1 w.» a.nc' le MlUs;. v\. (H.M.-on.M lh' MU' >': M.ody a 1 l..- lll ",Ko\.,.'s.,*a nd 1'. og \S.1! h, 'jju>e. n, fu olh.; >.:al. p Dov. ; j/.abf. ( loh a ;"w ld M! - \' MK lo hod b 'h.. A U'. who :..M-,.M r.al! n;:k w :1; wves. Al nno behold f. non p o>l* ' An nvah' MoroMled : >"ur nelghb'.' rs.l : rd f-': MOMOOd Tr.orhr'. \' V. \ or. a fo Ulr.. ll 'l-.s- ;:h non.d nd.myron P. >n ho jur> n -;,SC:!axJ?ySeA' days 'Hpywona apprecae.suaon. J'.hn W. Dohery Gron was one lho \fony-lwo won who wore sen ''amp Uovons from hs vcnly ako ho placo hose rejeced phy.-cvally 1-y ho camp snr:onns. Tho annu.! far, supper orlannu-n " AUance wll be hold n ho lov.-n hall 'O Thursday afern.on an.l even 111;r. l")ecember 6. bo runna:;o. bag, hou.so-. ako.nd cv nbl"-; also, a.u!(. ho chldron. Poors wll p : ; hr.'o., u\<n-]. Suppor a 'cluck. Knranon a (mh. ho 'apo <'od CM,odv ll hroo.lp. Cranovrry," \Nll lo ;;\en.mlanco f ho rnaran.mu.-c ''r ho ovenng wll any 'J'cluck Kro L.rnw s..f doo.. ho Go:..n Mold las! wock wull lo b. ld. ;;.!.j 'ha h.. J.' U'K Harrlngon Swallow K sorvln; l':<s 'abrdgo, Tho Grun b'an<'h Amercan h'lnd for Kroch Wundod has sonl away durng lho nonlh.f Novomber 1 -' a clos 1.'{(JO com presses, O rrgaon pads, 140 f'ddod gauze rps, Z flannel vess. 33 pars uf sucka, 2 da> Kh K, 4 luufflors, 11 cuufur bags, 5 sweaers. : b.h mens. ' ' pars wrlslors. 20 co\<'n for ho waer b.(les, wo-.sod c>s. Knvohfpos wore dlsrlbu l a ho Congrogaona clurch las Sunday mornng for ho usual Thunksgvng ferng. has beon lhe cusm for hs church nako a specal <jltorng un Thanksgvng Easr Sundays f»r cunen oxponses. hus gvng all mombers congregaon chldron n ho blblo school an opporuny asss n ho work bo church. Wlam J. Pnlnan spen las woek-ond wh ler ssu-r n Hud«on. N. H. Mss Mldrod Brown, who has boon eachng n Mason nsue, Sprngfeld, Me., rourned home on Wodnosday spend Thanksgvng wh hor paronlk, r, Wallace Brown. Sho expecs say n Gron unl Mon<lay, when she wll resume hor school dues.. Manes, Woodsck, V,, ha.- lel urnod lo her bror's homo n Grolon. where she wll sjend wner. WlUlam -'olkns wr ros home ha' he s pleasanly locaed n a beauful wn "somewlero n 'rance" wll gve a full descrpon place whon ho s prvleged lo do so. sabelle Hawkes s sck wh a vory bad cold 1«sayng a ho Grolon ho*plal for a few dnys. Mr..Mlkud Sawyer eneraned Mr, Marn famly over Thanksgvng. lo use hcdd furnure belongng Mss Nollo Hll was moved Wos Grolon <)n Tuosdoj-, whore l s ) bc ;..r." when V '.'brlo.\..lld ' h. wo....f d af- H. Ul. L;ng \HMU Town. Tho Wona :.>'.llly moo '111,? week u.s wo!) aeulo roun was ob-sovo WOO..\poced from A v;rd. Llon. J'( p)".od. HU 'wlng..' ll..' ' ' f.w" woro >reson f"o ' Tbo p.jram was mus. KMg oad 1 UK'S by Mrs.'f lho l.j'al nomlrs. Mx. ChurloM Amos, whoso vdo was never bor, nnd rond;"n lho second number was espooa lly lno, groaly enjoyed by ho.udonco ' Afr ho moong efro-hnu n- wooj sorvol am a socal mo onjn\od. Tho j no\ nook s l** 'o hold M ho.'wn hal al * l;h o'clock n hr -v»*nk Docombor 11. wll ''o an.'p.- moong. P-..r. Harn -.f ho l;;h schm,,! \\(, koju from hs dues -mo <fa\ as week ly a hard cold. Janos Wlson l on las wook -'r- day for hs homo n ' 'hcagj afr passng sx monhs w.ms, Sar*- lo Conncclc -on-jn-uw, Mr.,M;r-.'ulchlldren. l.son, wh a frend hs week-end wh.1 L J, Mason. >sn(.'y, (»f Sprng- ' nd KuoH wh Mls n TlM.L'4 for ho Y. ' bg bo ashamod -dor populaon '. h olhor wns -.a.lll doublo»ur ozo. 'fs Horense Hazard /ard. Pras".1 uncf Mrn,.'arah Jones. oung hok on V.'od-.\as V>d lo a>>ro- 'le nse lho lown.'d lay lho muer lb czens' caucur lho mar alndsh- 1. Kway Kurvojor was ' u -1, mor* '.oln'd Ml hql L-,M.Hd r.\,-s Harre.on c'dlogc, BJ" 1(. f.hor. Hev,.\l.-s.n.«*eph l. u, l.s a weo!''.! 'omls. ' H,''\ lll ras..m '.\ fund ': u." you c ronpare r h* sae 4.f-mo Las S'nxlay ' M>s Kllen H lo,. Wo) e gues' - b-. :uwn..\ lho wn ;.'vd,\ evenng ' pa *;O0 for fan. w-as v dong away w; on ho able am ny ho..(lco d«f-od. Tho oalh uo economcs commle \S'o:na'K club havo arra'rgo<l Xo~ have Ploronco A. Warner ho Worcoslor Couny 'arm Hlll eau spoak savn: lhe housoufo-. capal a lho ncm moong, Donber.'J. PHalo' V.. C. A, war fund hubsrljl'.ns l.vo r.ow wolled ha fund lo a Kdal KUl'J. >n. vjwus "11» uv:w«.,»u.-nr. ' cvug. Tho sormon was sred a nttvomo -o' hor nephew.- j... (j(.(j,,-j.(> y Howe~o"f Janes "LlU. Aloxer er.son "md fanly woro >!oasanlly onranod Thanksgvng a home Claronco Hemenway, A very pleasanl, e weddng look jjace Monday afernoon a lve o'clock a S. 'aul's cadral, Bosn, whon Evan Scol Chcopee row Helen Frances Head Worceser were uned n marrago. Tho newly narlod couple wll make r home n Dorol, Mch. January S s, dae se for.vnne Gage.)f Wln. N. H., JS a gruo«l (jram W. Shauck. Pa;cuLs chldren who lve near ' ceter l'>v are renuead ho axjow m'o reman a school for luncm. Thoy nood exercse cons; baclc forh break up lorg day a school. Eghh or more chlldjjen all ages szes ure obllsed-..«ay- s very hard for eachers ' look afer so manv. espe-,.,,, cally.on cold rany days, ruafcms- -MfflrPf&Jlh, julcnjvwas mos 'lea Thoro hold. gra. bo., r;.::o whon ac by <-hu fh. b,. f ln!»o\-ons.,s, Tlo :' oas lf rharac; Jnlm o-m-ro,.l.wm-j Hn:;)! ' Mo:.no V.V..VL 1.- Sl. ao-: L po-lm wh h W N., W.:.. wll nf.. 1 Slu -:, ;,.\l: -1' m h. H'wf:.''. N; M.n.l\.11 M k..-..l M" Mrs Housn, 'orl, Mo., who cauo Bosn alend weddng her no >hew, Evan Sco, s vsng wh her sser,. Sco *.'hcoj)oe row. Tuesday mornng abou hree o'clock ho resdens h.e wn woro awukon- O'l b\ fre alarm whch proved ll,-,1 chmney flro a resdence '. lawrenee P.l.'d. fre \\as conf!.' chuoy. whch lnal):. broke '..; n lho dung-mon. whoro s ndo -r.m, cusdoraldo da na--o was done l> > '. hro.nd war. Ms.s Marjoo Sco (amo G. Ml Wednesday.).jond Thakszv ; rho'sco farm on 'hcupoo row. ; wll roman.u- a fow days' vs. 'lrlos H. <'lapnan famlv Wnnu sr w ro :;u. ss Mr, ;.Ml'-,. (Jooryo H. P.\l> WOM Cro u\ er 'r.nksl;\nl;. Tlo publc s. o..k \\,-]f < '...>-! '!'las,a>.r.d l-' d.\ nl'! - v. ou ;,:" Ml.l. '.r' ho l.dj;y.l"..m- Ml-..<lU'! \M;- u' 1, M. : -..\ 'll;.,: :h.' CrMf' n. h ' M.u.-,r!an;.-n.'nl'- m -.'" \o \ Edwn M. Sampson..Mf s son.f K. E..Sampson, arr\od KHHO laer par hs wook from Plasburg, where he has boon ranng for.-everal weeks. Hc has jus rocovod hl.s commlsson as L- louonan, an<l.s beng congraulaed hy l.-, many fronds. He has ordors ror a, Camp nx, Morrswn, N. J.. Decon- [ bor 15.! Kobor Korbos has seen rol a poson n Wollasn commonced work hore n Wodnosday, Mr.. A. G, Ku.ler aro spendng some mo n Bosn before gdng Washngn for wnr. Jlobor Porler, who \\us repored n hose column.s as beng jforlously Jmr. s resng as well as could bo ovpocd afr hs.surgcal oporaon..e. M. Noedham wa.-- nved spend day al ho home hor daugher, K. A. Torrey on la«saurday. beng her blrlhday. She was Jeasanly surprsed fnd or fronds gfs l.wevs cmd or 1 knd kens. favore game whlsl was ndulged n und a day lng be rememhered was ropo. Thanksgvng unon sorvce waheld m ho Cnaran church aud.; - um. Alhough no complol. wahough bos occupy for Thank- Tho sermon was..ro;cled hy -.\h.onal ohurch. smju: ho mem)ers boh ch... c;,1 s.do by. Ames. house a Conor KM Man sroels. formerly.wol b\ Ceo. Lfw."-, has boon purchas(-d hv.jo.ro H. Woods, w-ho s lo r'n;.'.!*-! anl hs fahor an.l mor a:o ;.j he ll/o occupans. Mr. -Ms. Lawro..- L. Bhd onranod over w an<l (Je.jrgo H. H. come from Uussa whn Mr. Hll s a submaru K-end.Mr. w ho havo ' las yo.r. :o-r ' wuv <'.*'- 'T l /mnn, Jvons. roll,,\\.,; Ol] l 'Pl hl'h s. n.' cf>un.s ussan lfe. Mr,«. E. P. Woolley.s p;o))arnk hdd hor sale sono me V>---- chrsmns. re wll be useful arclos sulablo for gfs; also, mje-moa. pccalll. C'l kos, pes, o. Sovoral people who wo-o prepared oneran s.dlors las Saurda\ n;,p:h a supper w.-r.- dsa)poned whon oo appeared..!anloy.''aw\ or. wl. l.- hoon c nplo\ol a"s chauyour for,l -:. A.lajs. h.. l for a sh.r vaca- a.ul wll -o work for Davd K. Murj.h>." Aol h'c o'clo'k '\n.say n;o n- jnu poo[de ; ho vll.:-o \'-o-.,\\ akonod l'\ ho l o w) fro ]''.\ >'\ a clnr('\ lr.r.m'ou'o 111 Ts. 1: w.s a b v c dd nh ap.l hor f.'n.l all j.dco -,,a ; W.V n. 'n.u'o sc 'll-, Mr- Lol,!';,,nl -]'-r-' ''h.k-- ;_r. m-; w'n o -s-'" n M 'A- ;. -Ml j.,d.ms Jano> T C ',:; '..! f.u- :'>..Ml.md.!l A, W h.mr. :';.\1;- John (Ll.-.r x,].\l--.\.-- ;;.V rll. r Kol,,.: -.M; U- ll rl.!!- r..! v 'M,:.r'-."- :)o n-lll. Wnnlf od No> l, beloved wfe John No.\l. fo- upwards hfy years a resden hs wn. ded al hor homo on Prospec hlll on Fday la wook. Tho funeal sor\ ces wero from home wh hgh mass a S..Mary:s chu-ch, Ayor, on Monda.v mornng. Uev. Er. Maney. S. John's church. Concord. N. H., a nephew uf decoased, was ho lclalnjr clergyman. bearers wero G)rgo Ba-re John Ms- Guane,.\yor; John Cfey Wes Acun; John Hgelow. Fred Joyce Wllam J. Modlgun, Hnrvard. Thc deceased was aged O yoars 4 monhs. Noy was horn n rel, comng n her oarly grlho)d Ma.ssachnsos, where wh her hu.sbaud Jarge famly sho hns lved. Words canno express lho eseem n whc she was hold by all who knew her. So was a woman.«f such a kndly beauful dsposon, a moher, a wfe a f'oml n bes scnso uf ho w.'d. 's hard beleve ha she s gono, n r.sorrow mm..'dae famly l'.ve sncere symj)a:hy wnspeople, young old. She leaves a husb: ono son, Denns, four daughers, Wnnf'od..Ma'L-aro, Carre Nelle. Phllo- Safol->--C<nHmlUv -N<»<** fs eeranmen oxnlcd soldors by 'lbl* Safely conmo n wn h.-l las woek proved a sjmondd success ar-l ho wnspeople urn Ol o'j n lar>:e numbers meel Ue solder-> who cano osor from camp on ha ccaslon, nowhsng nclomon woah('r. re was dancng musc refreshmens.snun:. nsprng musc was furnshed }vy 30:;d feld arllery orchesra..\n organzaon comrfsod ox por muscans who havo already made hemsolves fanous n camj) wns surroundng h\- sujeror 'luajy r musc. cnlslod mon where under char;"?~-*.f Mandell, v.oro -;ns).rlod lk' wn hall n rucks furnshe<l by ho Puhllc Safe.s oummleo. sdders wll a;an l>o enenanod on Sunfy afrno.'u ovonng Decomber 1' n ho wn hall, under ho a'lsjco- f lo Enranmen c. on m: ee. conj-el J. E..Ma\nard. v. L c. Mor: ll.m. Jn 'lors.v-r,-> cnfwon 'ub- ;c Sa 'e:> com m. :oo h.'s decded l. <.-..\n-on(l ha all polc onrano.s for s.ddom ll wn hal! b>' vh''' ho ansd'o.-!e sub-comm- Tno l-'rn n( K n as H.V ln 1, v. 0 ur'\ : l. O S 'Ue o! ( o.l n a -M mon ddo nm} Ml llll 'll,ml l-- ; 1 e.l alovc r:; n-l, who.mp soldo l'\y lusajj f- :ess Woro know.111 uard..smvn; l. o,mo all ;...p.n n( (] hn s 1 on. bn.:vf ha du nno w h llle. Tlc xalun was enu-rcd by burglarn fjlunly nsh. Sevcu! hundred dol- Upv' W(.rlh ]nle;j;f book lckch werv rlolcn. l>y.saon ejophonf n gum muchlr. M.»h-l jncn'y uken. KlKh U, Sne ha" 'Lycd hs hous' hc- for wner. Mm. Charlo Dadnun l'.a.s relurned from her v:.«l n Worceser. -M. A. 'Mrnnworh e.cvuhed hln luukhe:-!", Grace Edll..Maden SjrlnKfleld. anl hu K daukher.markare Wyrccnrr over ThnlK'UlK. Warren l. Harrod Woreeser 61>eu hc h.jllday wh ha paena,.mr. -Mru. H.. Harrod.. K'.lzn UnHslc «nd.mlss.mary CunnlnK.conhHcr und. Kllu S(;c o 'orl werc Kuess Mr. un.. l-'rank Sprague ThanksnvlnK. SHBLEY Xc cmh. Sovony-rve soldlerh from Camj Dovcns werc cncraued a dnne u, :bo vlllago, ffy solders from c.mj wore enerlalncd a dnnor a ho Con'-. ThHnksglvng day, l>roporon bong abou wo soldcrh n each homo. n (. venng, a lhe lown hall, ffy solders were presen a ho su)»or enerulnmen. -Arhur Annls spen Thanksgvng day wh lc Burnham famly n Uov ro. Perre Auhler, wh daughr Helen. s>on Thanksj;vng day wh lelaves Ml Webser. Mr. Waler Knowles eneraned on Thank.sgvng day r daughers famles. Mr. -.M. J. Johnson son.mlllon. Bosn: -Mr. Ernes Walker, l.conlnsr; also. Mss Gerrude John.-on, vf Heachmon..Mr. aud Wllam lrown f.mjy spen Thanksgvng day a ho homo helr.dangher. Mr. - 'Nc-re Lancoy, Noh Leomnser. Charles L Weare, Jr.. eneraned hs )arons on Thanksgvng da.v; also, hs brolher, Lloyd D. Weare, famly, Waerwn, hs bror.\rhnr. Bosn. - Mss Gladys Anns, 'uney, V.. sjon ''hanksgvng a, her home n wn. Ha'y Anns s)cn Thanksgvng Wh xr. Charles Newn. Pcperoll. Mr, John G. Conan eneraned hoh-' daugher famly, "Mr. Evere E. Pevear, Swamjsco, Thanksgvng day. Mr.. Edwln-'H. Conan eneraned hor daughers fanlles. Mr. an<l Nown L Damon, GajaUer, am_, Lesle Mossman, Warner, N. H., Thanksgvng day. Mss Gleason. Hrookleld. xj)on holday a hor homo n wn. M.ss Anulm. grammar school ca;-hor. spen ho holdays al her home n Branree. Mlss Uhea Lcnno.x. Jefferson, N. H.. has arr vel a homo her undo aun. Mr. aud Henry W. B ockcman, for a vs a monh or so. l-"ound guly uf manalnng nusance n hs homo v-j noar ho Shrloy lne, wwr od Sunday, November 11','" Charlos H Wedesday not'jh-g"' va.s' '.nq nonh n house correcon.uld lned, luo by Judge Thomas F. Gal'.aghor n Flchburg p<jlce cour! Ho j)j)oucd hrough ls counsel. Thomas Casey, furnshod bal for l:-- a >po 'ance n superor cou. A consderable quany 'uo' n.ufj boles n' boxes was.' hoavn,n (.-our. (hl Harrngn ld waclm;; he louse snco las May,,; lnns, soong barge nu;nbors r.on (ner ea\c. s alleged!!';;'<' v.--- found n Kwam)s n a we'l..\ lho c,, ) - l-r-. j;;, onal "curch.u.- ::da\ 'uo-nn; ho jasr wll jroach >: "Two \nds men." A sovon n Fne Weave KNT UNDEKWEAL.Ml scanv.rrc flnlock eoanws lqvln(;.x«n»cnl«.l>b. RmooU..a-<< loxh soamlcw. All FOBKST.MULLS Garmena nre c«u Kh<cly- lljcy f l>erfwuy. UNON srts, VESTS PAXTS for Wcxnan, ra nnd BojB. Gloves For Men, Women, Chldren Wool, Con, Lear Fne Kd Press Gloves, $1.00 $2.50 Mlary Gloves, 25c. $2.50 Work Gloves, 17c. $1.50 RYAN & BAR RETT Elecrcal Cpnracrs WRNG SBFFLES BEPABS Headquarers for VlAZDA LAMPS Park Sree Telephone Connecon AYEB, MASS. Seven Passenger FOR RENT Sudebaker Claude Crarwel- Telephone 22-2 GROTON, MASS. ovonns, hs -.b.oc wll '.worh>- ;.;;do."."un he cho.d NL-HCM. nx (-!: ; ::rn 1 vu,1 X Ml-,.. n.lon.! 1 Scn 'fxw'een acr.a..l:]:\'.. ll.-ld nj- ;''o> ;n en ;;ll'! lk f :;'.: \. )"l.-v.- 'h..\:-."v ;'h.w. e A V. ( nx..mr-, * :.].. - K.M-. k'> ('> " V. '-' k-;.ml 'llkn H. ; 11' k-; ;vlj n-r..loll 'll.. ;n.l:f;!l ',f..-c-mc. Tll. Tl. KJ; l-'.n«.-]l. '.-.-mll;. -\ (Llfv -'.llll. TlKUlk- A 'r.uk-;;\ n ul"n A T!).! 11. l--r-,l,-l(k n.. Knh (ll-.,-. -!-. Jl.-- - Ml- NK lf (ll-ll KS..\. n.l 'l 111 Thnk-,k-(;M H;l-. Kll,. U.K ;1\ ll;.' ell 1.n ll j. l, Kl lf Ky v.lh l-l l-l;r,.vrv X 11,, l Tl- r,! l,.,,,l 1 1,11-.1.l l-z.- l W, 1,111 'rw l. 1 -., l Hl \,'!» 1, l, 1\M1\.- lu.- l W..- l'-.l'l-. l-ll - hr lll.' \ Jll '/.fl- W fll.' nn -rnl.--., ll W.-l C;-,.ll LM,.f \V,--; (f, Krv.-s..M.l,ll,,, 'll.;'. ll, w.l \,,-. \ l-l 1.,!. : - 1 l l. l '.-. h, --'-,-l-. ll'.-. r h- ' 1 ' ' --! ; ll 1--. V 11.!..Ml 1,1.1,,Mr 1 -,,l 11 n y: 111..l'l,-' 1.-! l.ll n.-.l.. 1 f. 1.; ll. -;. '1. 11 hl -.- lll f\ 111 f p..'. l.-r,lll\ fll klplhr l.ll, \\ \ '-- '-rp'.ll'''.'-',l,',l',1 1.. n 1! 1 1 '.XlU-,.;-! Cl T0V7NSEND ron a l.«'(u'r, h s.nu \\ h< mf o- rwl -.m,-l.'vl.-. -s> V. nn-.f -l.nnr.. l -nl Wll ll. -- ll- ;;.vr. nn he 1'. r. ml H.m. l.lvll T..-.- n-llr.l -n. :;s v JnanLln. bu; all.\; same n lhe arn\- ono - ]".'-> rack da:o.-, A.;o 1 came ou from.luarrs -.f ; l-,,;vo been'conllr,ed for a fow; ; wrl a-cold. 1 am soncwla bc- no\'.. Wo have jus nshed dn a very p-ood one wa: lls ' ' Koad -] )0 1'' al lou -Mo<-n;:. asho l(\(al.u Dances a (amp l)c\<'n ;l ;\ \.1 poaes, bread cffoe..\fer <lu-. yran.l rush for swfo 1 was n.lur l>arracks n m s<-a.>on j(.- ho hoad lne. 1 k" as llo -a\nu -oos, man when ho lmed here hroush 'her.work n drecng chldren's cannng clubs. Afr lecures men women ha<l a unon meenr. a whch a comnlee was apponed co-operae wh ho farm bureau ln_ organzng clubs arrange'for fuure meengs wh couny agens. nex meellng wll bo held a hj;h."xdool- buldng aomelme n January. All lncre;«cd n farm or household problems aro nved aend..rlttleton N'cws ems. Anor call ' colors s be made hrough Y. \V. r. A. n comng weok. groa work underaken by h.o organzaon canno bo elllcenly accomplshed whou ho ho) womon. refore, foderal commsson hus auhorzed \', W. *'. A. our mlary leaders havo 1 equesed h> assocaon serve counry n s large mnsraon.s. followng ure some -Mds.ward whch lhe war work budj;cl wll be dreced: To buld hus;e.ss houses a cannmenls, furnsh suahle rooms good recre- w.n for hc grls ompoyod near,1.1111}) an.l r-rr-c nur.-:es' hus n for!::; (.-ounre-, Whon ho men aro vn;; us :h(r lv--. s only ja.sco ha: ho mass ho ponplo should ' -"-nd hv hom su.por ho naon- [ \.'pfo ls b\ n.(nc\ neres. ' llalh '"onan's 1"'n]\- came - : U'l on spen ThauksRvng wl W. 1-:. :,,an:t:. nsead..f enerj,-:'lng as was a rrs Jlanr.cd. -Mr. Don J las Whcomb Wore «ues;s a a dnner pary gven T'nankpvng ng ly M''- Jnd :;yono ('arr a hor hono n Womer- vl*-. Mr -Mrs 'hahs -'. Was vory pleasanly colobraed hor foreh *' ''M wodd; annncrsarv a r h.mo m ' " l-slon Cener. Thursdav when hoy, had wh hom r chldron mos ' '''' j Ol" r ;rchl< on from Amhers. ",'"*' Or.mo Hollsn. 1*. S. Whlcomb was surrounded on llo holday by her chldren from Harfon, 'onn., am Newn, nnd mos her grchldren, excepng Whcomb Kobldns Mary Edger.m. Hov wo s.dder grsons, Mongonor> an.l Julan.ovojoy. wore prosen Thanksgvng da.v. Warron Twsden, Hosn, vlsllod hs nolhor..ddos w.uan m wn, Thank-;v:nu day. poned ou hu f se men who aro somewha used cold snce comng here, suffer from frgd amosphere. Xew recrus comng drec from r homes wll fare -much. wose n hs respec, anu condons may resul n sckness be a consequen seback acves new arrvals. Under such wear condons pas week olfcers say ha drlls are praccally use- Joss. cold wear, by way. gave Jl good es new heang sysem, whch was no enrely salsf.cry. foreman company whch nsalled plan, however, says ha laer new apparaus wll prove ha sfacry. So much crcsm has been made abou qualy food served a camp ha fcals are desrous havng complans spped. Xone are more.anxous foj'' good quahy food han dvson lcers. Any complans poor food wll be v.'olcomel deal wh accordngly. New AdTcrscmcns. HOV WWTKD Beween T' 1< y.-ars ag-. KOBT. MTUPHY S SON:< CO.. Knl'o Woks, Ayer, Mass, Har-, W;- 11,1 HARVARD S.'\\s cm- \-.1 :.,1 \ Vn- ;,.rrr..f -.l-f.,..r\ n ;-..;w l,, r., rnly lp.- n-n-lr...1,..\l\ -..r> rrnnc-.f xxe n-.--. f n ''r. nl; '.nl,\f\l- w,-.lc, ;,1(.,1.. rrrrnlrnl \ r..r. ;...."ll..rrs. 'p -h, -ll g. h.-nh K,,,- -,.l <,,l'-.-,11- hrl l.-,l,,p, mn \v llll ll- lu"c 11,1, ',,,11,- -,,,.;f.., h.n, ll'l.\r\,l. -.,;-,11 (',lln ll'". 1,1,1 u l.\ ll.1,1 llkp,,',,lll.,', ,--, lu- '-L; hf ca nv, w,.s,k - as vof'd bo hr- - n-f \ f. 'lnlf'o );l ll W.1-. n.p HT-.d lo -onn, unlv.' M,.j;-.!l.nMr / < o-: h.d,,1 \T-'\ cnjo\ ablo r J) across' 111.' p'vl Wo spen a fow da\s n l-nfa 'd n c-os-cl o\-er S'lnnv 'l'.' nco." Hu 1 havo po.seen ; le -'.Ml no'e ba n lve mn us snce W- 'r.:\o \,oon hero. ans jlnosl..n.r.; l)\. so we ha\e )>cn\ mn. W -- -' ' \ : - 'onfo'a.!\.pa ol. s.> '.[ l.k.,1 llo ho cm-o OT :'';ncnlt: nf lo.l! n\ rord- ;\ knlf s w shos f.r a p -a san TM r\'-*l;;\.r.v;. a.>*;r-\ Ch--n:s!hno.\.\ew Vr. AYER ('am> Xolcs. y gve you cleares near fnr vson possble no lnes obscure your vson. KRYPTOKS (pronounced Crp-cks) have no seams or lnes lke "old fashoned" double vson gla.«;ses. M F. H. GATHERCOLE RK<;.STF.R-:D OPTOMKTR.ST Mcll'.s Bcx'k.WER, S.\SS. T'no 'nhl non 1" n hc l.'oo.ooo l-'--( ll S.'r... Thr.Ml.l.ll-rx ( 'lml.lr.l -ho h-.- ny- hf. lul 'r,--,l\ -M-m, n..v l-'nn Hu-u lf l -po!* necyrhuol nuunp on ''ho mon's meolr,n 11 -n 1,1 --lll n.-r.,m,- ll-:,1 w,,\,..;. 1. ll 1 Tl..1 h. '.nl \ s,. -\ f,.-. fw h,,1,111-'-.,, - -,\,1',,'.,\ l' h.,-,1 h'l-''' ',11,ll.' l.l' v Th, ll.l h, H n:o llfr Sar,1 llll n..- \\.k 'h. -.' 1-- ll.' -, lll," - ' llf \ ; 1.fj,'; ".1-- l Vlll.l vol.! 1 H.llo.v. n f-rll;',n n l-nz.-- Hloo.. ml!.1 mn'.hpr.- -Holphor n.1 l*no.*s dol,,v Mss Wh "f U'p.x Gr...n. whch «> orl'lnk. Tho chrfs hy?k-o'-l.nrn hoy.s n cufme- ''onlns fore ho ovonnk. olvod.1 w.-rm npplauso. 11.l- le«er\'08 Hpeolal men- 0, 1,,f l,, l'm. - ' lr. ', l- Ull l-l r.n 111 rr.-.,1,1 1 '.- ll- ' rl f.l n- l> h- ll.lo ,.,,.(, 1 h. lll :,,--, h., - lll. 111.,11",! f.l..,.. 1.l h.', o,,,ll«' '.-,.,. n- : lo Mll lllll l.r. l.\,1 M.l... * '111,,'-\.\..Mlls.,.url(l f n 'l,, l. l-ll Ol \ ;,.;-,.',,;.'-. on - on 1- \,'-r(-l " - k" Jll,,, f 1, \s-- os«l.,n '.ll p-ov f ho ' -, f lkn.wl..ll. f\'rnef A lo loonon'- noon' M -- \ ( Hflhowor. homo '! nns.. '.n, wn lls,'].e«'lod ' 'lnon.l prncpok cf for.,. UJ.0 f (ftoron foods n l.ou lnjly n mromon; food combnaon- " Tho womon.'ro nfked brne an-, helpful mccovnnn,rn h. -rh r. o - ' 'k.. Th. " Mr f f hr :..- 'nl ''ll ln- P'.M - -S. 'l l',ll h. \ 1.1,11,...,. Mr ',,. u,. SlVl..ll\.1 ll....mr- ' < Th'.n.M K,h< 1.o Ml-'.,n...f.-..; Hpon,*. ll,.,.!,vs n.mo wh h. lal-,.m.' Mr-.1 lln M;dc Mr l M.> 'rod A Whnoy o'lr.-ln,'!!.m- Whlln*'\"- brolor. flor Bonoh. uf.-hlrlcj'. fll' ovor ho holday.,j>ll.snlruy Mr,.md.Mrp. H,,1 nnd penonnl oxporonces whch hoylrflck, wh.vn-«om Bshor nd.«."lo MrB. Annlc.M. r - \ \l,nl,---l.w.\\ nl,,,.11 l- w ook.1 fr ; 'lrlnj ho l.- wooks..1 zron -ufforor. Sho - - nf llll hlll ->on, f hor lfo 111 Sll KvoT h ro«porl<',l,nl lovod ',..lnnoo.s, Sho lovo, -nl nml four lnuchrs ',1,1 mhr n Hr-llows '*!ls ,lson n Uoflvllo. nl f whom hno ho slnooro sylllhy n hor n-- Tho fnnoml w-n- from.-.\l.'\'s.'roh..-\>o-. Monl\. n..mr llll Ml- John Hooloy.l -hn \-l ' f h.'r oldos son nnl f lll frnn \'''l la.«:.sndy.,mr :n<l,m - Wllnm S. Jlnskoll no> h. 11 ohldron nnd fnnlllos, 'nor Th.rk-cvln', F, W,. nmn ond -.sr wen,- V'nK m hor nlo Thursday r.,1..k dl'o- wh hor lrolhor. l.nlor 11 r.rnh..nd famly. Mr.llll.Ms Wendell H Wllard o- -'nol hs...khcrs. Knh l.un. nrk xm \>ra Of Wnohosr..lso Ml- Wlllards.sser,'Ml-s l TUra.\. nwn. ovor holday. Uov,.ml.!>.; H..Morse ner- 1.1 mod hor slseu from Worceser on ThanksKlvlnfr,.Mlss Kah.rlnf. lawrcnoc ok hcr Thnnk.SKlvn:.- dne\wlh her»l«er. l*rl, «'L«ncaer..-M" w-l- r..hul hy -nhn H, Alho j-,,-\,.hlll W.lr P. Srhaz. ol.1.1. f h. l'nnn> Now-s.Mr. Al-,,,,.1 -,-ssol ho lbnr n'oo, frr... ll.-.] snn w.h ohor labor. f.-.11 f,rn npomon found bv ho sm\o\ molnd nd frn aooons..\ \\ rnmplolo fnrm ao-onn l.ok Wl- nl Mllo An nfrn.l dscusson 1 llll.l' lho fllnors folow'od.mr.,.\blfs lalk..\ss.mma (. Mnlbowor ho homo economos dop.' no. spokc hc wonon on fund. She bojjn wh e- lnlln foo; s funcon, hon.-nnl-s nf bod>'. elllnk whn s nee.led n food. She dlscsscd dhson nf fool n jrroa K-OUJS. rr<el''s. as mlk. ezk. lsh, mea, fowl, nns, ohco. beans: carbohydr.s. sarches.sfars; fas, olve ol. con sood ol, peanu ol. lard, br: mneral foods orkallo nclds - spnaoh, leuce, celery, benns. poaos, carros, parsnps, frls. Mneral ner s one ha receves o lle aenlon nnd \vnr de hecomes ua an' peracr." Townsend people aro no llkclj,' lo suffer from hs 'ornnse large anoun preen loseablck frus canned n 'lnnlnk clubs. need Of waer, bulk vlar.lnes W'as llusraed. Dr. Lang- Worhy's chars, showlns food composlllol, were used lllusra nlk. Mss Halbower showed books bullens neres housekeepers. Two homo food sudy club* wer-e or Kanlzed one nee wh Herman KnlRh, one wh MrR..<3Alen Procr, llss Halbower s wcl-know;.lrol comanos Sas \o moved rlnk camps cmbnrkanls snoo.-\ms 1. aocordnk a samon mndo by Farfax Harl-on. ho chll nmn ralroad wnr hoards, Clonoral Wopol. onnmnndnk l>elo Hrsado. w-ll hnvo ohrke all ho forces a oamp dnrnk absonco rommor Harrv 1-'. HodKos. loonrlmk orders Kven on Wednosl,>-, rov. Samol Kllo, 'ambrldke. w,- ho sjoakor a audlrlun on las Sumlay cvenlnfr, Alber K. Krown..nwoll. a woll-known slnrcr. rendor'l sovoral selecons whch made a flno njrosslon on audence, composed oroly solders. On nex Pnnlax nlch Worce.ser Symhn -bosra. wh vesed chor from bo C.ron School, wll gve an enerannf n. Praccally all Of men receved nvaons spend ThanksKlvnK n rhe ces nn wns adjonnk hc camj. W'ho llo o far from home make r nnrney on ho holday. Mos ho men. lswcvcr. spon ho holldny a hnmo. respbnse ho appeal famles for enernlnng he solders over ThanksgvnK was \ery flne s grealy apprecaed by men nnd ho flcals. Many ho laes recrus who s>ond evenlk n wns near eamp fnd consderable dfculy n llndng r narers afer nlghf'.ll. Some wer for mles abou hc largo cannmen beforo hcy arrve a r barracks. Wllllnm H. Kaes, nf Souh Bosn, who was arresed n ckpor on n charkc evadng draf duy, was released on Sunday. An nvesgaon revealed fac hn he had no nenon evadng duy. Hc 'was ns-.'.gned hc Depo Brgade. cold sprl ho pas'week has bcon somewha a. hardshp on men, especally hose dong 'gard duy., se' men buld bon flre» keep as comforable as possble lunder croumsances...tho cold. bllnk wnd on Monday hampered day'a drll,. A$:jlm»«men were 411o**l ff hal warm.mselves. '' '- We wer. you kno'w ha we keep eveyhng for convenencn comfor d moker. No ony choces Kne Cgan, Ggaee Tobacco, bu BrUr WMM Ppe* ' Meerschaum Ppe* Com Cob Ppe* T.D. Clay PpM Ppe CleaMT* Mach Bdke* Cgar Hollar* Cgara* HoUara Our Cgar* ar* kep n perfec condon hs s -vha parcular, crcal smoker requres. Wo hle all popular bnnds Cgars, ncludng varous "Naonal" brs whch have prored mselvea so deservedly popalar. Whaever Your Qgar Ywe W«Can Sua A xacoy. 'J.:...:'.!& 'lsse y-" '. "' j--*-,,..»,.',' - -«/ f-m.l' ' fvfj'. -;'*- '-?S;->fe«vv'&.."l84feS'4l!«J(kSJK WLUM BROWN Han Sre

5 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1917 PAOE TTVH r<r' Sr!f :"> Saurday, Dccvmbcr 1, J., "-' *'*'*' NuUoual BOMU Aycr ou-s Hubc'lbcn l> sccvul >lb- «'.ry xjuu hn a pa>7ncn 18% was»".-«"',' November 15. Nex luymcn or 40'/, due on December 15..j AYEB ~. NcwH enu. Harold Alen, son Mr. Mr*. Burn H. Allen, 'lngreyvllle. was opemed upon a«week a Gron hospul by Dr. Hopklnn for appendlcjlb--boy f makng a KOOS recovary. Mr». George A. Serson Mss Charloe Serson aended weddjnk Mss Kuh W. KLsher daugher Rev, Mrx. Thomas L! Flaher. formerly hs wn, Jonahan Harwood, l.llen n Peerboro. X. H., Wednesday. Xonalcolcus Camp Flre Grls have conrbued flvo dollarn Ayer branch Red Cross socey. Four cdaes receved nary degree a meeng Kober Burns lodge,. O. O. F.. Tuesday evenng. A flrs-class oyser supper wa.- served by Waler C. Wnslow. Harbnger lodge, K. P., wll elec oflcers for conng year on.monday evenfng. Pyhlap Ssers* comee wll gve an eneranmen n Hu LM a Camp Devens on December 6 for hc benefl solders. wear Monday mornng was coldes season hore. mercury sank wo.degrees below zero a Worceser. Xa.shua Porl dvson flag house. Aenon s called Y. w. C. A. drve whch s now beng held hroughou hc counry. money colleced n hs vlcny wll be.sed f-cpcclally for Hoses-s House a Camp Devens. Ayer Branch Allance wll hod h<r December meeng a homo A. C. Perkns on Thursday afernoon a 2.30 o'clock.. Claude v. Gllson Wellesley Hlls wll gve address. Bancr Koyal Arch chaper wll hold a Rpecal convocaon nex Tuosday evenng. Work Pas Maser Mo.'s Excellen Mas:er degrees, r.unch. - Que a number. wves relaves solders who are n rannp aj. Camp Devens a?-e dearous obanng employmen n neghborhood, so ha y may bo near r solder hoyh also spend me good advanage. -Many are cjuallfled for senographlc or fce work, whle some would engage n domesc r 'vce. n order d mee hs dem for employmen Y. W. C. A. Hosess Houe has esablshed a»ureau a. whch anyone desrng such servces can. o>an ful FTTo rma on. Thc monhly meelu." V, C. T. r. wll be held.-, vcry aps church' oy dav afernnon. December 7. a 2./.-o'clock. A slver lea be held under fe auspces Ked Cross Specal Ad socey on -Monday aflernoon, December 3, from hree flve o'clock n Hardy's hall..mf-s Kahleen W-gh,-volns, Lowell, wl! plnv h followns: Berceuse Orlenlale Sarghe Can Amorosa Gavoe TschsscJnl Ar WelKT-Kresler Sa n n a r 11 n p -1-: m a n GOHSOC Mr. wnam Lord Sullvan. Me., parens George L. <'>--=.«:ood, are hore for wner. TJe followng addonal conrhulons have been added lo Y..M. C. A. Ked Trangle fund: Prevously acknowledged S.vc,,) Ol Carolus.A. 'Pox oo KM W. Carley.-,00 Charles K. Slerwn 'oo Frank.=5. Perce 5 oo Lous H. Cushng.-, oo Or al...." $s?(.9s. George A. Serson was onf hose.sses a openng- Hosess House Y. \V. C. A. a f'amp Devens on Monday a'rnoon. house was crowded wh gvss 0:1 hs occason. One mos jreeuou-: lm.,ffernss cvr-r pr'scned a l'.;;- lah.ure wll make :s appearance u-c on Monday, when Mar\ 'ckford wll be seen n hcr newes pc ue. "Ko- -ecra.sunnvbrook farm." "Lle Mar\" wlh her effervescen \..l]. h.'- ;~enne comedy h-r wonderful know!edj::e (ra na r echnjuo. ;-: ho deal ])orson nnn.ralze o 'rl Xew Kngl vna--;e. who hough domnaed by wo crabbed old auns, does no pen cnush her sprs. As a lle «:rl a New KlK vllngo,..-he goe- lve wl:;-,!wo old auns. How.she flghs wh.smelle ehllrcn, fells sna),'f: -a lamp for.'mpson. ve- a e.rcus n a han from wheh she s rouel by lhe aun> an.l how she mees A<an Ladd how afer graduang from school y are agan brough cer s al broush ou n ypcal Pckfurd syle. Sad-day manees are a wo o'clock: o,- (}a>s a hroe. Kchard Perce, a former wellknown rosden Ayer. <led a S. Vncen's h<.spal, Worceser, las week Frday arro-sclor.ss- njed 7'. yoars. C monhs. 6 days. Mr. P<'T0 was a nave nf Townsend had lved here wony years. Ten vears ago he wen Worceser lve, where he has snce made hs home. He was a member Georgo S. Boawell pos. G. A. K.. ber Burns lodge.. O. O. K. Aycr..Ar. Perce leaves bu one rear relave, a hror, Kev. Granvlle Perce, Groen Harbor. funeral ok place on.m-mday afernoon, when remans wero brough here. Ser\ces a Foderaled church by Rov. J. S. Srong were conduced a \.0 o'clock. ro was also a Gr.Army servce. boarors were K. D. -Mfrell S. H. Procr, reprosonlng G. A. K.,.ohn L. Kennson George H. Turner, who aced n behalf Kobe Hurns lodce. Tho nermen <k place n Woodlawn cemeery, Tho schools open on.mondav mornng afer ho Thanksgvng vaca-m. Chef Plunko sae polce sen James Grady, a ae flro mar>*hal, here Wednesday hlo ho Arc suaon. Tho flrs hng Mr. Grady dd was order al resrauran nnch room j>oprlors ake ou ho gasolne kerosene sves used for <'ookng whn weny-four hours. Thc sn Wednesday obaned n modorn seam re engne. accordng plans, wll arrve hero Saurday, ready for o)oralon. All bu one ho lunchrooms use or gasolene or kerosene. Melvlle L. Savage, who has a shoo sre n Wmlpog. Manba, has been aken General hospal hore. sufferng from hear rouble a general run-down condon. ' f'avako wll no gn a presen. nnlesk conduons for worse ake placo. A lho meeng da McKlnley chaper, O. K. 8.. Wednesday evenng. was voed open Masonc banque hnll on Frday afrnoon oach week from wo fve o'clock, ha members holr frends may mee make Red Cross dressngs whch are so urgenly needed. All mombers are enrneslly requesed bo preson aa en as y can. begnnng lj>-day, Uecember 7., Ed\Card A. Rchardson concluded hs dues af A delese consuulonal convenon o\j Wednesday, when hc convenon adjourned unl nex fummer. Mr. Rchardson represens welfh Mddlesex represenave dsrc. - ' rs. Brdge ('Cleary) Brown ded A.her home on Pleasan sree Tuesday mornnsr a aaro eghy-ono ' years. Mr«.. Brown had been n fallng heah' for a' lonr me. -Deah came n a fe«ul nroled healh ncden'omfg- lt>f deceased wa«born n Couny Clare. rel. She came hs place, n culled Gron Juncon, where she was marred Mchael Brown n SO-. nnce whch me she has made hu wn her home. Mr, lrown ded on March D, 190'. She leaves hree sors, Oeorge H., Wllam Burn M. Brown, wo daughers, Msses Mary J, CUulnu C. Brown, all Aycr, She s al!«o survved by flve grchudren. funeral ok place Thursday nornlng wh a hgh mass requem a S. Mary's church a nne oclock. whch wus sad by Rev. Thoma* P,-McGlnm_ beurrj were Edward g. Dwyor Hnd Thomas F. Mul Hn. Ayer; John Cleary, Lowell, Thomus Nolan, Concord, X. H. Thc nermen ok place n S..Mary"s cemeery. An agod omployee u March's reuurun has nol been seen snce ho rre on Tuesdny. s feared ha he may he' n h'e >ulns lurhed buldng. polce sae ha a seareh wll be made hs week Frday or Saurday, n an aemp flnd mssng nmn. name could no be learned a hs wrng. Grl Scous Ayer joned Gron Grl Scous a resdence Mss Klzabeh Hll las Saurduy..Mors wore furnshed by frends convey lhe roops Gron. Lunch was cookod over camp flres. Three Gron Sghool capulns n unform \.rrlved a hee o'clock drll grls laer conduced march.vow;ell saon, where scou songs were sung arn cheers gven unl ho an arrved. Tho Ayer Scous repor a very pleasan me. Somo - Xyer Grl Scous asssed n earoom a openng Hosess House a hc camp las Monday. sae polce have ordered use gasolenje spped n all local resaurans hoels. many flres arbued burnng gasolene for cookg purposes s res])onsbe for Older. s undersod ha house owned by Arhur B. Duvls on WashlngfO'n sree s beng barcaned for be used n connecon wh camp work. * Wllam C. Jackson has QUsed hs house on Washngn sree -o an army ohcor :ud hs wfe, has moved Lcomn--:er. new occupans moved ll hs week.. \. Paul Fllebrown s recoverng from an aack pleuro-pneumona. Mrw..Mary Barre. wld«w James Farrel. ded a her home on Shrley sree Wednesday ngh, aged eghysx years. Deah wns duo nflrmlles ncden age. Barre had enjoyed good healh for some lme pas for one her year*;. la.s llness, however, was very shor, beng loss han wony four hours n duraon. She was born n Couny Clare. rel, had lved here for many -rears. She l\-os a ssr. Srs. Kae Wallace, Buffalo, N. Y.; hree sons. George H. Klchard K. Barre, Ayer. ahd Wllam Barre, <'lovel, (ho, a daugher, Mss Mara F. Karre. hs wn. funeral wl! ake place hs Saurday mornng wh 0 hjgh ma.vs a S. Mary's church. U.'.U) o'clock. All members ho ncut b'/ard Grl.Scous n-.ayor, Shrley Gron are nved' by Mss Cora Xelson, naonal feld capan, aend a luncheon conference a Grls' club house. Thursday, Docember G, a ( 'clock. conference from one 2,no s called n ordor adop a consuon elec ncel-s...s. Hubbard, represenang w.ar deparmn commsson on ranm; camp acves, wll presde. :l<-r -u;!)-. danger rro. ' ' A fle ha resuled n njury several persons, one serously, causng a loss ll oper > con ser \a voy esmaed a J20.00C1." whch for a me.serously heaned busne::-s socon \Ves Man sree, broke ou abou four o'clock Tuesday afernorm n March's resauran. lre spread so rajdlj' ha n.a few mnues buldul: where orgnaed was a mass roarng lane. le -oon s)re<d Devens Arcade. 'anng newl\ consruced busness ra:lers, jus wes Procr's parage..-\yer fre deparmen, wh s u:-ua] efcecy, s>j)ed lre n hs lo;l<unu afe' an lou- mos srenuos Work. Two rucks from ho (.'amp l'e\'ens :'e -lejx r me;. m cla,'o Ch;f J P. -McAree. hu 1 leu ' -C(;:( anl a\'e ass.sanoe. Sullers from Camj l)e\*ens also ('ul -Aoud work ;n a.-s:«n; l- j'.-lcf squad, head e \>\ 'llff Pfa\", m kfeo;ng mm;nhe crowd fr.m nlerfernl: wl \\k u lf :r-hb'_!>, n suljl-.'.n--. l.az", /:u-.\\'v rre dearn n. whch wa.- ',.;n;):]>.n ll'' s ene, SH.Mng a a ulave ha le re.>aur,n: laldng was ln-.ed, promply- ar.l >'operl>' se ::'''.;;: check ho s]>read f le flames le adjonn; ra:lnn;;>. \v: Hue >ucces.-.. hu>:ness-pl''s whch were n ho langer z.ue rece.ve.l arnl>: nl ne, u;)aus who vove. ;L pa}('': \\ he; ll \\"as f' ;., lfm wa-; ]vs. ''onfc:!-!:,'.-n-a'-. ar>' rur'on abon "he caw>e nf lre. general 1)0- l.ef s, owe\'e-. Ua le lre or;:;naed m kchen on see floor e n-.-auran buldng, follow n; an aemp ll a y;asoleno s\'e whle ljhe..-vnolor sry s ha Joseph Marchanl. brjhor Henry March. Lowell, former conduclul: re<ar-n. Goorge.\. Sarj-'fn. Xashua, X L. an employee, hal b'f x rhen fve mm a es befo'c re lu oke nu. when e\ or\ - "lnr w;> all rgh, ''n lu- upjer floor, where ho man r'saman was locaed, werr-.-everal empbn ees four s-)blers from ''amj) Uevons. Tho Hames -spread so quckly ha hry were unable n ocajo by ho sarway anrl all bn; uno jumjed hc ground. Tho chef, (onrge rb'akos, Lowell, whn waw a-'leop n hol)'s quarler-, b'- ame panc srcken, smashng'' a wndow, plunged l groun' Ms conlon \\as so sero- ha h was aken S. John's lospal, Lowell. He rocovod" n.ues hs head an( body.\ss Dasy.X.\'s. ehlehom. X. H.. cash or. was s-verely njured on hps. c;-*. Sho was aken ho lumo nf relaves n Lowell..M s,-* Grace FMsnn, llu, V, rocovo'l nernal njures, a spraned shuldc-r njuro-! ho hp..lose jd.marchanl, Lowoll. ma n - a«er nf v rosaur;u. rocchl njr'-s bark head by n f.ll down sars, Alce N.yes was ; N' njured. Tho njured volders were Ha \.. Sawyer, Lynn, ma.er sgnal * locrlclan, member o Company»". "."1s -'obl Scnal Baalon, who SH'-.no<\ a sovoro cu on arm wr-;: sp! aned log. Prl\-n Fa brnn \ almo. also C<)npany C above baalon, rocovod njures ho back was severoly shaken up, Sorg. John Crosby, Lynn, Hoadquarrs Company. SOls Feld Arllery. su-walnod a spraned log..xlcholas Angelus. Mancheser. X. H.. a cvlan, was njured on shoulder by a fallng beam. As Mlss Folsom plunged downward Prvae Wllam C. Jonkns. Sprngfleld, who s aached base hospal a Canp Dovons. chocked hor fall onough preven her from beng more severely njured. Thp flro was dscovered by Mlsa Dasy Xoyes. ho casher, who followng nn.exploson saw flnmos pourng from kchen. employees los nl r money porsonal effec.s had jus me osoapo wh r lves. ro wore several explosons n ho resauran buldng:, one very heavy, whch blew half ro lj hc ar. Anor occurred n hp Devens Arcad* whch rpped a hole n ho ro endangerng flremen who were fghng blaxe from hs \-an'age pon.'.all knds raffc on Wes Man sreel was held up f>r over an hour by flre, Leser Whlcomb. busness manager local olocrc lgh company, wh ns men. wore <ulckly on scene dsconn»'cled lvo vlr «from buldng, hus" removng any dunkor from hs source. Tho buldngs demru>ed nrv owned by Edward J. Breen. FUchburg, vvho s heav*.>» b;ser, buldngs whch wore burned occuped formor HUC. Krederck AVhuo.\'s carrage axl bhcksnlh sh-p. Mr. Whney sold ou Mr. Breen las aummer, when laer begn work on remodeunn: bulldlng> fmenans. n Arcade buldng re was locaed ho Whe Bear poolron, Cenral Vulcanzng Company anl hree reorls fr n-door spor. re was a mlx-up n gvng lo ularm, whch was evdenly caused by pullng n.wo boxes a wme n'. Ths occasoned no delay, hjwever, flremen, as-h* (r*? coud readly be seen abou wn. A 3.30 Wednesday mornng flre broke ou agan, bu was soon subdued. An alarm from bo.\ 3 called flremen agan scene. A same mornng hud alarm flre n flfon hours was sounded for a flro n upper par buldng occupod by..mary Sullvan on Cenral av*;nue <'olu;ba srees. damage was slgh. Weddng. Jn All Sans chnrch, Kplscopal place worshp n Peerboro,.X. H.. Mlss Kuh Wsar Fsher was marred a noon on Wedne.sday j Cap. Jonahan Harwe! Harwood. Feld.'rlory, U. S. R. brde s daugher Uev. Thomas L. Fsher, her far was llcang clerg.\man, a former vlcoj- S. Andrew's parsh n Ayer..Mss Klxabeh 'oer, <)f Quncy, was mad hor, bes man was Kchard Ha'rwood. Llen. A Jrogram nupal.selecons was played by a cousn brde, -Mlss Helen Vlckery, Fchburg, who. n addon usunl weddng marches, playod from compoklons Hdward MacDowell. brde's home was formerly on Lega Hll. Leomnser. She "s a graduae S. Agnes school n Albany, ladclffe college. Her bror. Leu. Thomas K'. Fsher, s wh.\merlcan Kxpdlon.ry Force n France. Caj). Harwood s son hc lae Col. Horber J. Harwood.Mr. Harwood, Llen. He was gralualed from Harvard n 1 yj-1 was a member Ph Bea Kappn. He wenl.me.\can border wh Baery A. receved hs comms-nn as capan n Feld Arllery a (rs camp a Plalsbur. Snce hon ho has been nsrucn;.; a secjd cam]) n ha plnco. Dsrc CourL Leo Donahue, Gon. w.-. f.un.l guly assaul baery as.'-'aurday mornng by f'hares P. Worceser, assocae jusce, a reques defendan's counsel. John.'S..Maloney. case was connued for one weok. Frederck J. Duane was found >{U!y a smar fense an! hc case was fled. cases prow ou roulle beween \o>ger bror ho defendan. John Donahue, Duano, older bror Soung Dfnahue akng hs par. L\- man K. Clark was counsel for Duano..X*apf)eon Hvers was arragned on a complan allegng ha he operaed an aumoble whle unde- nluence lquor, Wednesday lus wook. when he was arresed by Frank Halo, sae ollcer. Hvers, esfyng n bs ow-n johalf, sad ha he had lvod hero for abou flve weeks, he bons omployod hero. '>n las week Wednesday hc came l> lown from York Beacl. Mo., where he a beon on a rp. He admed havmg aken Hquyr on e way. l)u was cauble operang h< machne, Jcd D. Carney, hs counsel, pleaded wh cnur for lenoncj' on accoun f-f defendan's famly. Judge Woceser. however, sa.lel a ff'onse was "f o serous a charcame nleresed n he: leavng college she v aeml Bown S< n conduced by -' Jxer. «he suded Greeley - Oreeb s mne..)]..f -e,-, T. r MK».-Ch'.nl nl.am..h. BnV lou d 1- rkab] rd >)n- ). ' d e ca lee 'le nend fel cnn! (.re. as b- c n orl. e<l Cr* ff\ hs malc Arr She * TeTW quarel us years. - A.H a pnk»f uf her r- s jf neres b appeared n every «' anl n Kuopo. n wns she has upp< snce she commencel s urged ha p<eneranmen as ha u bg rea s ' paroc uy as we! course s beng cond. oban funds for n Joe.Mchell C pple's.xau.magazne for Xovemher a sden'ul arcle on Kurlno BdKoway s pulllshed..mr. Chappe u booked for ho las eneranmen nf hs lec re course. Do no forge m.' place-- Thu-.-,da.v evenng, >ecember. a egh <)'c!ock. n wn lwl] Tu k*-,-. on sale al (Jeorge B Tu u.-»v.*..r ' sre. X. u 1 fl ( Hnn ar..\ ;;uarc. «*r. ' :.>.->n<l '1.\ed wr. 1" d:- oah f- ncw Tfl'- V. W, facer be reaed,:;hly a ru- weny-flve do]!ar>. hope hal such a dsposu caso m.lh la\'0 a god nmra on ors n prevenn: a rej- such a volaon 'ne law. (Jn Monday. Paul L. (,'nu: founl Kuly "jk-rag.n a l;:.' whou a cha uffe;; r'.s he- A\-r au' wa< ne.l ;;\ ' "cncn:.-. clamed ha 'no '..-.Df nll n h< hnn'-' n: M \-: me.gn, ll wh:ch c> h-. w. jjoanly nakm h- hmno. arn wok-end r >s A>-r n ra*; sengers m ls machn- 'n h. Ho ad ha h- hnuh la allow ; an qoran]'.,f..j au* frnn a nolor sae n lo l-.>.'.«fov r\ da\s whou a ]:<'on slnerj fnr ha b-nu-h 1 M such a law do- nn o''\f] <a-'s none\ s jjad for ho servce. oru r( d ;o ;> \.bfv*"' jeal; nr j::e\ npcar \%a fnn dol;;r.s fnr" a.-jnjar -Tfr.-e. man w.'s arrcse!.moc.av umn m: rrg-n \eml Garmens. Amercv el Cross eadquarlers hus "..sued un upju'ul chapers aud branches for sweaers, wrslos..-oeks helmes. Wb approach cold wear dem foj- se arcles s very urgen. Ked * ''s- commss»n :n l'' ance needs J sweaers n addon wha- s reured for solders am hcers n camps n hs counry, branches-wll Lave wu lard mee hs 4;real dem. Judgng ly way solders sudors welcome ho sweaers" feel Val need m, hs work affords a splendd opporuny ensure comfor >f mon durng ho wner monhs. Yarn wll be gladly gven (» anyone who * wllng kn, provded hc fnshed arcle s reurned local Hod Cross branch. Bed <'ross workers mee every Monday afernoon a 2.:JO all new workers are welcome. As s necessary make regular shpmens, hose who are knng should reurn r a des a Lne earles po.s.sble dae --o ha mon can bo furnshed wh hose necesj-es when y need hom mos. Camp Xo'>;. Judge Warren H. Awood Ly man K. Clark, Ayer. anl Francs G. Ha>os. Gron. huve boen sdvc od lo ay.sl.< n lo«ul w<rk n c<m necon wh nex draf, by Gov. McCall..- apponees are u.ssued work n lhe ffeenh dvson, whch comprses Ayer adjonng wns, are ) servo whou pay. appon_monj_are_approvh_bv \de; al Hdmnsralon. A concer was glv- n Hu -- las week -'rday,1'venln;; by a quare: nf Krk sree Congregaonal cluueh Lowell, asssed by lades' choral quare.mr.**. Alce L. Gage, reader, ha cly. A large audence solders a ended all '" e much pleased wh eneranmen, l-'n'.' lowng concer.cddors san:,' ner camp songs whch grealy p vsrs. Tho eneranmen ;:ven under drecon V Sles, who has char-e s: a camp. New ro rus nunber ;;jo have arrved a camp. l)enu' a par conngen fll hr vac.nces caused by ho dscharue nf -12S:! men for )hyscal dsabl.\ a:'l or -easons. Whaever may be wealer condons regular camp roun work s carrod ou daly. Ths n cuules rogular drlls on l f; rou 11 fls.s- apar for ha purpo- :;d hkes lrough camp an.l n :-ca ' ')> n ns. A '-wra (jf Hfy d)l!ar.s.s u r* by ;;nvernmen for capuo o an\ -lacker who has foled reu:-e 0 Jf. 1 '. :':-> 1. n'-n Wn),,,.v,., ;.. n.rld. he 'f al 'l"hank-.;\,!. -o.mds 'l'lle ana»*u.ll\ h»-.n. v >aoyual " -..n ''h.' f,rmal -b Hus-s.., Hou-e '.fekk.n. T.'l -. foce n.vll oukb le n,', A Ths hfnl se\'oral la>s p;;. l->tdrn: 1 hoalnuser < : H:.-l l exf-rcj-es - 1 dedcaon h fpeakors ncuu.-. Mjdjes. cnnm.' Dr. Kndc. P*-. ScMnl no Mr- X'w Vork Tw, conneced w 11 n h chor frun b- C n ed musc. Th*_ : <-M an oj)pfu-uny fn, r relave -! bome-l:ke oor-l;..: hf new quar- 'b.\, when ho 'lo wh soldle.s a:.'! a.s.sembly joom.-x: re door uf ne l., ablo chas.,: o conversaon. j-';;. pla c alw.\ J...m:.cafeera dnnjj-: n< freshmens a r.- -or j)rom>es b.jfom lar wh -a-*-. monhs. Nnoeen.-j.er'a', ra; ransporng sduers on Wednesd,;. f.;- foroujb. M.'- ;. -. lar rans. Thore are n h seven cases cwl 1 "u by cjld wea Chsphor P. Lak.. ': v..or.e.\ K, L. who S aacho :., Cnnpany H ;!0'nl nfan >. \', -.s brough n cam[> m ''L:e-ua> o:.; charge eseron. Ths ;- h]:-\ 'a-e "f s Cash Dscoun Sre Bed Coverngs Prepare Now for Cold Nghs ha Are on Way NV..'.r,..;.;.-...c.\.sol! -: ol' BLANKETS, BED PUFFS AND COMFORTERS UKy. ". no -M..odv Ha- -.np 11 S s. ' l'-l -T.ds ok - -.'l'. ;n. w 4-,\ "L r.\r -, h<- ' ' ' j n. W ro.j > llll JO; :d jn!;n;. ;«.\ ( \\. jv - ' Vn w» 'ucaon, rr or ho ;. p;. sdo) n Alh bf nu. Th.- C.eroal P Dov.o,-. Guu.\.-SO. nf al rmn.ls. ;rnshlunses - \u mee.s.nder \' '>lar.v own MujT- W--1 llo J '- r.e.-nh cnmfn- ': >r:\ae -.oep Ue '- l.lollg.. -nn;:',., ner homes Th \ ' ' - - -! :.k.s')vn ' on rej.;u- \n-: fuv\' 0 ;.j nukh Wo'jl l "llll V'.'.'. :s Wool luukns C'flcrs Bed 'ufl's $1.00, $1.29, S1.59 S3.98, S3.50 S5.50, S6.00, SS.OO S.98, S2.25, 92.75" S4.50, S6.98 TOWELS Tlll-khh TH.ls, M/;. '.-.n Vrne s/.<-s... lof 50< llu.-kabu.-k ''ov.els 10< 25 Crush TuwclK S/o 15< yard Je Cru.sl Towfl!!,' 20<' yard Shees, Pllow Cases, Bedspreads All Szes a Reasonable Prces H. H. Procr PAGE BLOCK AYER, M.\SS. Gr Openng Sale OFknd agaln.'- Lak., who w.;] be rel b.\- a lonora'; co,;:-: n..-:..rn'.her. Ma Jok. nf Tow -e.'.d. a memlper Y Depo; Bj-jva!-,.- :.":d for a smlar feu'-f, ;oro r.an..jo-.se»h Kurf-l.,.f New LVcr.. '"on confned n h*- ;Lad ea.-ea rnon :-;nu llspos;"' coml.. : sh drcors w ), To""froT7;-}:a- m le men, br::,. nearer lo ho ': acual warfa: uso jf 'fl.-. h.grenade " lho daly p. Several LoW' eered rcm.:;. ;;jvn:.' for g.' all ho Xew He men mgh ro j. n a celcbra: honor, Tho reporled ' ca(}> s srongly >ay ha re f.nne or even a S -o < w,»n m;..-. : w e Ayer Heghs wamn.ton.\\).n-.\sr.a STR:KTS / Of CMoce Buldng Los HCKS.ST.". U) f.t,w. A H:\V K.HKK 10 P;U(';N'T DOWV l'..\ ''ffx wna '.' ''rk an.],.1 l.;; ;.. ' ;:,('.!',,-'.:n- j [. v.-r 'l';k,nk--- ; '..fx ha :. ; ;.,.: x\fr. X" X '-:.- J.,- n:.-.n hnr Easy Terms f Desred.1.>.,;.gc ae a ho cal- who. ar. UNop -awh'mr Du Sundav \-... T. Kcv. Wllam.Massachuses, w Comounon ard p drew's church. T:* A> er speak a a held n V,.M > '. Camp Devon.-und. local parsh - forun;. \ '-n m se b--y (!a>- *f<'a'l. awtor.*-'*'. c-b-.r.-.le - v. fnr h.- ur.f. for each de.c from '<' ranks. Those who fa;, repm)-' :nr luv afer beng dul> d ed <:' 'a'ubml'n hs cla-.-,.nl-m T, Cbbons, Clnn, fn o']\,1. es a ho Feculos' \''. w AN r. h:- - ''.-on a)ond b- ;..nn.f :.:,.;' na n a 1 'lo.'-l ' L; :;> r-' ; a.n.u camp, w hf'f h* '(-'- 'r v '',- ree nurns ''le -: -.cculen whcl:!: - c. ' : od -:nr, le r.lb- \n.o'm. -.. f!..(.!! ; ' >! las we. k ' d \ mr:, 1 w nn ': \a»- WPan < ; r-er hors,.vnrew's m-s" : sm-'n:..-b'.-hop.,f no Uny S. An- ' me- ' o 'l le '"...no n ng. a\o hs m-ed.\acn>; wll l>c on lanl caory day Sundy show ><> over llo pm> M'rly. 'or furr nf'naon. jdan los, ec., <-al or wr. E. L. PETERSON, Manager Webb-Swee Realy Co. oncc OjKM K\c'R> ll!l ('ck'k, WJJB'.S JKWF..K''.STOKK. Man Sll'CO,.\JCT, MlRK. KOl -.ALK A nh-f :,--.K: Hfrse Karn on h- hll' s"'-an h.-a: lnqcaon. Thcy ar.- n mo jlenly a ls le. " vou al.- n.-ndnr.. Ke a h..no.all an.l m-. TH'MAS F. Mn.l..V. Koom :;, Hank 1;. 'l.o-.w. ;,.Mass. l.'-f ST. ANDREW'S OHURCH Proesan Epscopal "Oppcsle lc.subway". KEV..\XOr.S DU.N-, Vcar ll wll : Tll..Jn n \\. lll:, Thf nf 111 h. ' '-.n,l:>, ' l..r.! WARREN A. WNSLOW "y ' 'S" S"*' ' < v'--"-..\'.p,-u-,,. f'.'holy Comnunon, 8.00 Frs Sun- Fre nsurance Agen j day monh Frn-. )«c!;. Fnc Ml-.'Holy Communlon, Thrd.unle 'l.per.v we j j Sunday monh sro < (np-... \\'a-.n:hu ' rm WLL M \.llll \ w p a l.mm 1.1,ln: ;!- a ma ke, e Wn;;,,: monal ;rn.. mn lho now asl.\!;l.ured '.'\ Ml ( MKJ. a n \ <-ok nm,.l. " afl ha Jney ope r, (jr.-- (b'fendanl aro m.-'.kl'-.:,, place rf saon w.nur, ::- ;;ro; annoyance nf a; c. Tlo ralroad conj)a;',> has.--.; o'(b-]'s ha hs c;ss nf o.p; eluded from s jron-' > Frank ColdborL-. L..-nn. e;;heon \oar-. was n.. seco!. 11 mo w ; l:n a w loel;, ho r:lr...d -.-,,1; ben;; rouuesed { < '\"f.n!>, ( or lu \\a-~ fond L1]\ \ undo'"anln ha lu- v'-) a'.'. A>or n fuu-. T!,- -.m'- Kn hf cave aj;an- h.:n,, wa- made n order l'!> u. s-- from ho ora cre. Tho cnnued,;-yo- nf 'n'- : wn. s a:b;;md s:, -, n... ffoods from n frou'l.a.n h'v:>\:r, a base hopml, ">). w a.s hc ;r\ -.111: J C.llah.: \. v\a-. k.-n n ( r a ( har'' nf dc '.rl fnr d n> on ;n-;!on pna. af' J pmn. On < c;.-bo: 1 : w on> -fnm'-l-a.;: ; hs sck wf*'' l.,,- l. lm', M-> \ - n''. ;,nd re'n-.cl ' ; < Dcmr- h. -. r.! ahlec m, ) w u n ; n.; l pl.'ns f. P. Donlon &60 CHOCK AVESTK.HN BKKF N.\T\'; POKK. CnCR'.NS, FOWLS.AMn VCCTT.VB.KS rmts C.\.\DY AN) ( K.vns T;.-\S.\N) ( OFF : nr:.\d.\x1) 'A.STRY BVTT'.n..ARD. O. K O M. \ H < ; A R. V K "''hl 111.llr r.'n. fh an.l '.w s, when :r ;- \\-..r~.,fr -ha \v..rsup hf 1.1 r ; - --p.1 ' ' n fh ".'.rlo Unon Cash Marke Ayer. Mass. [ "ll-.m.r; la.\v ' X. ' FRKSH rs.\>d OYSTKUS Kvcr>- "Week Hr U w..- krslu.h :h. 171(1 - - sl.nr n. - -A oek \ A s-1. : h:u! f a hlo AKon* for ACME OLKOLAGAKX fnes y d bos subsuf for Buer. Can Bv *o<l on hc able. L.ARD Cv rorxn Cheaper han Jrd :\\fs l>ouor Rvsul. rrst QUALTY \V>"nJlN UEf.F Srlon Sakf. 3.%c. lb. '.<>( D JO \sr HJ r KO' Mf.AK rn' (n Kor\D HDTDM o r RO ND ro\sr M»K\.-S.MOKKD.sHOLD. j U:sT X \<. \KA (.n \PK.S Sc. M.skc oy.stkrs, lk)h n bulk nnd jarn!;\tra (OOD COFFEE 2.%G. lb. (Ground Opflor -((f. lb. Oc. lb. S.'K-. b. 28c. b. 2H<'. lb. l*.%c. Jb, rocon.\'. wor-f l sesson Tuesday. wa-; «.omencod n school nnd xho 1 r homev n Sever. c.-or.l n l:. Horn..o- Mf..;a: ; 1 w -. W.'.'.; 1-1 nnjr 'h'-r Hal'-. Arfn; Tuo.,la\ lsad(.' \ Hal'-. Ar ;r,..\" l...wc. Ch.r:.-- \, :.w-l..'r w- '»-o :,.>,] l\. dol 1.1 rs fnr f. luro! > la > «h(,r r<--a nb!-; burnnk',.xnor. Man;. H b'kn-:, was fon.l (;r!.\ r.f no h.'\- \ ML; a cha uffenr'-. lcf-n-;*',-.;'',(l ho cc. ' plan nua ns l n w ;*. j.a c..,j,,> Mb Hopkns made a -.m,! npro-.m p,.'- ho cour b\ h;-. 'O-' a n. uor*-: a 1 n>poar.ncp. Ho s:,'»-<; :ha ho h.o'..: n! < oralo '- lc* r,s" w. hr honj; h, was sudlcon 1.1 \ ew-.)f ho fa ha [ ho wa«runnu,' h<: own c.r AH h5. dondans aro uno-* npoaor-,n Ayo- Thojuas.\ 'oolo. nf Tep)o;.;;, w,, sonnced < hreo monhs,n hnnsf c<roclon hx wook Kr;da> nnrnk by.lulrc Awood. char akans *oolo was for as.s u on )<< wfe wh a horso whp. 'oolo pleaded (TUly ho charpo. <-a\nj: ha ho roo.''on ho commed ho assaul wa*; because ho los hs emper. Tbe cour sad ha ho above sonnco woa ul holp hm c(»nr(d hs npor n he fuure...».' Hr Kc-ond n Scres. Dn Thursday ovonb.f:. Docomhrr C. a hc wn hall, bo socond onf-ranmm n ho Wom.an's club lecure coyrse wll bo Kvcn. Tho onranor. Knhorno ludkcway, \H ono Amerca's famous readers. She was born n Alann. Ga,, hu a nn early apo noved froner norhwes. A fpc ffeen she was eachng a dsrc school nnd some her experlonoosare nensely neresng. Under proal dlfhcullcn sho manred savo suffcen fund's enable her ener a collcro A Spdkane. Whle re- she receved her frs real mpeus become a publc reader hrough' Xfclla B. "Pond. Several people b«- -f 1 lr anl X. v: ]\.. Th..- V- Tbo -d d : rnpb.. pr. f llo. v\ ' n provblo p'nm V.! ;'rls n A\. ;.lo uoms fn ' la w hero n.mlprr.!) fd a.' reasonable [,? r. l.fr.a 1' ''am,, aclo.;»-rr.o(u ;\..f ho n-'boasn.src. b.. foronco on.\londay wh.mr*;. vab-kly..>f f;ron, ch.trnrm Commo ;.\>o'. whon plan ;lo fnr now buldlnr wor od. Tho War work councl \ sjond $1,HO.000 n hs rn;' lho bu:!d:,-; nannanc.-- ess b.'.-. hoels n bo camj...nd lho -eners ha >- hom.,-- well as n oonn where ;nn,;«s.f plrls nnl hn\o bf'oj. ra l hy w«.rk sup' facres whoro no p has noon na*lo for adequae ' b vao'h:»ydon Mors,.X f. ll, K.rory H.."Ols Arl!-. lo.:;. nur;. was kc'»d n ho f.c. '.>. h.o-' on \Voln»'s.lay. reoolvn:. Mokon n.se.mo'r njures. Ho was ro!n>ved 'e hospal fn reamon. Korman H. V..\ a momber ho Kovernor's councl.f Malno. wll furnsh Chrsmas o.s 10 drafed men n ho nal-.r.l army. Ths nformaon camo o. Wednesday Col. A. P. Conklln, con 'cr nor.rd Fel<J Arllery. 1.1 M' T T'- \ sn,,.\-z W lol ma.b : ;*,. * : :.(: Jo 10.M,. r, ',,.. -,,,.. -. Mr nv.r.\s Danel D H. h,.-..(,. ; < Ca; Mrs Cb'- w.r.- v,.._ * h. l.-: fow da\ V l>.r.' f.<..'. ). :,!* f..- lo 'hbppu--* ',p ' e*; wo- ' '.. \ '.1; \ cn no'nbor.f lr ;.at,.f;, -nn. 'oo, d'lnr "ho pa«"-.'.,. ' Do ron»' ''.f hf chnrch,-!',. -o ur,u-o< ',. p'o\ol ha hf ' n ' h'' wsdon "<l do\.'.n ba,,rk.n.loal h\m;.'.mnro ; ban 1.. an\. " oko «-'.?" \ church n a ve\.ro crs; wav du* Pr OS n sorvcos ;.nr,.mbored ha mado lho arsh hcr <lo>;..r Wh a dfop Monso loss ho people wsh hom Codspeod on hor.oarnoy now fleldf «orvce. P. Donlon & Co. McUl'a noclf ATKR. MA.'S. Te,. 'J Hardware.r.o \S.,1:. ), ; y-.-f. ' " ', Wll fcl\-0 \ n,... ' TO f.!,.,. 'f, ']',)- \\ o ;: f \ -.l \ r T W \.: -.>, bv J op-..!.;.' ;,..; '.f... f ; - ',1 -. C 1 fr;: h L-nf «-w,' r. \\o - W o. n 1 \ n - 1 o :'. 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6 SATURDAY, DBCEMBEE 1, : 1917 PEPPERELL A <-ler. -Vhe follownk lenc--, umler du Scl;nlj.T U, hau been ruevve >>>' 11.N. Tower from hla n'jlu'w. lluk'.'.l Tower, who HK-n hu boyho.l.>» 111 'uppltcu. s klnlly e.. borcd b.v muny frems: Well, here am wuh houss.lers away ou on ho deep blue.se.. Tha expre.sson 1 always consdered more poec han realsc, bu havlnb Bzed upon nohnk bu hc oea for sx days now realze sea s \ery deep blue. We lef Frday evennk. Se>eber 7. abou &.1S, Sx Krea UKS pulled ua ou dock sared us un our journey unlll our own eklnes KO us under way und we Bllded smoohly bul swfly gu hc harbor. Wo were no allowed.be on deck as wc depared whch we would have lked very much, bu neverless houss people passnk by n ferres knew who we were y cheered.waved r has hkerchefs Kood-bye. lrs nkh wo lngered n sgh l unl or ransj)ors whch were accompany us caugh up wh us. bu before dawn we were all ger b> breakfas me we were ou sea. 1 waa abslgled sae room 2GS below A deck wh hree or Hne chaps Mr. Sampson.Mr. Harwell from rasburg.mr, Norh from l'"or SchucUlnB. Mnnesoa, near S. Paul. was here n hs Ule ;;x4 room ha we all me each or for frs lmo wc commenced maknk preparaons for ngh, for you know was qul lae n afernoon when we aared. Our saeroom wa.s n a errlblo condon, havng been nea four flhy workmen durnk nonhs ha aheraons repars were beng made n preparaon for ha Journey (for hs boa was one nerned German lners whch L'ncle Sam ok over for hs own use) defyng Od Kaser Bll, addng nsul njury by sendng n her roops mee hm on wesern fron. We found shees, pllow-cases am blankes hrswn down on bunks so we proceeded make m np bu our horror we observed re.suls uncouh occupans. Whou exaggerang a b re were a hous bed bugs n hose maresses bed sprngs. 'We course complaned hc olcer n charge abou condon hngs he aen hospa force down wh aomo bug kller clear up e dsease, bu very unefeclvcly,.for wo were forced leave our bunks half an hour afer rerng, dress agan, remander bo ngh- wc spen walkng decks, whlr was no bad, beng our frs experence a sea. Afer several complans, however, work on our own par, we cleared room hc pess so we are no longer forced ou our beds a ngh. Beng bound on a war.msson also ravelng a war zone, for whole aea s war zone for us now, no lghs ore allowed bn board afer Bun down, a darker placo canno magne han an unllghed shp a ngh on ocean. s naurally hab majory say ou on deck unl nne o'clock or afer, alkng sngng bu from n on re s grea urmol, fallng down sars umblng over one anor, as we grope abou endeavorng reach our sae-rooms. For our own personal safey s very necessary ha re be no lghs expose our oson or make a arge for a submarne whch mgh be lurkng nearljy bu when you realze number on board ('m no permed gve number) you can magne how dffcul s kee m from lghng maches for.smokng or usng flashlghs flnd r way abou. Consequenly, hc colonel aboard has ssued orders ha re shall be no lghs afer sundown no smokng (fer ha hour. roops aboard are cverv mlgnable naonaly excep German, some no even under-.sng EnKllsh, has been dflcul make m realze ha se precauons mus be observed. To hose who dsobey re s severe punshmen whfh n one nsance know was fve days n ho "brg" on bread waer. To an flcer who fals.) comply, maer s aken up l.y cour maral whch may moan anyhlnk possbly deah. To n.sure ha se nsrucons aro obeyed lm a verv large number mon are dcsknad for guard duy on board each day y are l.acod near enough KOhcr ha so secon anv knd goes unubsorvod..anor precauon aken s ha absoluely nohng shall be hn.wn overboard whch mkh leave a race our o-.rso Smlar pn-.bhnon "- d.-scnhed l-fur' s lllfed llomk.su NOll n s./o hnw wha,r.-'au.ur.s haw.e.. sary. pr.'-cl roo..s n cr.-.s sea.s. wll pr.lal.ly hf n.-tosn know ba ovory ml nnd nlkh horo lre nx 1 par.'.f o>o, l.okm-.n nr l.xlh.nne n :h. ;n.;h-, 'f Ml r..-s, hll.s...r.k n.. v.'" frou' vs-.;..r :»y.trs.s...r pal..n o«r..vors a).narhps a-..'s r.;..n:!:v f.1.osr -T- anynk ranspors convoy. For 4S houra we raveled solely alone u very elaborae wach we held durnk hose hours for was hough we mlbh have make wholo Journey undv. r own prolocdon. colonel evo ld Us 111 a Ule alk ha wo had.!..ped behnd ao fur ha waa no lxoly we wuuld cach u' ha we rs be exremely cauoua 111 every w.> avod onemy. Hu lar. afer o caugh up wh.jur voy U was learned ha y had lurosely aken a zlk-zag courae ha wv wer*> alxy mles ahead hom. 1 remember, now, aeenk ha follownk mornlnk a desroyer, dead asern, she was sgnallng us. mmedaely we chanked our course abou VU' afer sx or egh hours we akan sghed our las Hollla upon calchlk uj wh m ok our placo n cener formaon, beng larges rhn» orl ho llee. For lroo days now wo have wled alok snuohly n hs samo manner. Oooaslonally ho leadng nomber our convoy, an armed cruser wh a dozen large calbre guns aa many more smaller onea. an arlane, a hydroplane a drgable balloon used much ho me a hous fee UJ) n hc ar for observaon drops back comes up by one sde holds conversaon wh our capan. y asked ua onco f we needed any machnss lo help llx up engnes, bu )ve assuod m ha all was O. K. wh- us now. We are consanly slknalllng back forh each ohor bv code Hags, lash lghs. One would no hnk, bu lgh sgnalng s ju effecve by day as by ngh, la used more by day han ngh for purpose qf proecon, namely, nsead wreless whch mgh be pcked up by enemv dsclose our posoj. We do no use ho wreless much for sendng messages for y mgh be pcked up by unfrendly shps bu we keep our wreless ears open for all hc news ha ravelng hrough ho ar. How wonderful ha s ge news home ball games, sck marke quoaons, war news rgh ou Of ar. Wha sll Js lh sre for us n way wonderful nvenons or masery elemens? So far journey h.as been perfecly delghful 've enjoyed every m'omen. 've never hough such a hlnk as beng sck very few ho oflcers have been roubled ha way. A few o solders, however, who are down n under decks where re la no much ar h.t.vo been sck, bu now huge venlars have been provded ha condon remeded. wear has been que wonderful so far. flrs day ou Was a b raw foggy, bu hree followng days perfecly wonderful. have acually wached head all lgh. wako every ahp lo.lod lke ao many mlky ways for oevorl mles n ho roar. Sevoral ho shlp'a olhora who havo seen flfon yeas servce sad ha had never seen. sgh equal. s a common skh n ho aouh seas y sad, bu m hs laude 1» mos unusual. 1 "" no romomber ever readng a de>. r on hs wonderful sgh, for bd a poe aoon hc would surely h.ne found n a subjec for a few verses. Tho only hng recall la a fow lnea n Colorldge'a " Ancen marner." whero he speaka a houa forms whch dared ssed wholo ngh hrough. 1 magne he had a sgh lke hs one we saw las ngh n mnd. re was a llo excemen las nlghl on brdge look-..u because groa nmoun phosphorous n ho waer each membor waa seeng all aora hlnsa Unc saw wo rpedoea go by asern anor was suro ho.saw a submarne he yelled olllcer on brdge. "Submarne abeam, af sarboard quarer." All wero exced for a few momens n y had a good laugh. Wo have been a sea now eleven days doesn' seem bu Jus a fow daya. ddn' suppose one could enjoy a rp so much. Tho lle hrlls have only ended mako more neresng. My room-mae. Mr. Norh, haa jusl como n from hla ur duy as lookou on brdge. He ropors havng seen jus one merchan vessel bound for Newfoundl. One our dearoyera me her escored her ou our pah, bd her bon voyage, rourned her poson. Arrvod Sepember 20. 'We surely ouwed old Kaser Bll. Wsh could ll you whoro we arc, bu whereabous all solders you mus ever reman n suspense. greeng was ndeed nsprng. As ye we have no been allowed leave shp, bu we expec ge see a b ho lown learn a w phnases French vory soon. HMa MM alk nn MaaaM 2 APPLE BLOSSOMS. 5 a By LOUSE OL VER., H MEDEVAL SLEEVE WELL LKED HERE New Adversemens sun rse se ou bf and hack n deep blue sea hree consecuve days how beauful sgh. Would ha you all could see hs glorous sgh. One ho precauons underaken by colonc s flre drll abon shp drll. Every flcer has been as sgned a pos dues perform re, every solder knows where he s come n case we ha\'e er se casuales. When bell rngs we rush all our poss wh lfe preservers on properly (for we carry our lfe preserv-ers wlh us al all mes). When hc men come rushng up we gude m r places go hroug'- a smulaed abon shp performance. en wonder wher we would have me go hrough all our formales planned n even acual 'rouble, bu a leas drll s value for we can a leas expec a lle moro order han as f no hough had been gven maer. My ro.m-mae, Mr. Sampson, has jus reurnod from hs ur duy whch comnenced hs mornng a one o'clock unl now a wo o'clock n afernoon. He announced ha he lad been oblged mako flfeen arress for varous fences, hus showng ha Kuard s grea mporance for on board wh several hous men passng hours are eemng wh errble possbles. Why: has Jus been repored ha wco day wo nches waer has boon dscovered n ho magazne down bol.jw waer lno. Wo know no wher w-e have aboard German spes who wan sw-am lho whle shp or wher 's jus a leak. How-ever, we havo four men placed re on guard.-jw-. OurCes ALWAYS FRESH And Bes for Money We have a full lne CHOCOLATES HARD CANDES AYER mety STORE Telephone Connecon Sunday. Sep Sll ou a.soa. How wonderful ocean s. N'o a da\s.sea sckness perfoc wear, calm waer our only anxey s submarnes for we have been r dan?or zone now for foryecrh huur.-;. vo no a.sgh m. We hnvo eon nformed, however, ha y lurk m our pah ready pounce upon U-, a an unsuspecns momen bu wo have none ho.se knd rcnons on board. mos elabora'-- bjok-ou wach s kep day nkb, foe we expec m always. f;uu-y on ho or h ha our convov :nd our own facles for selfb-fcnce 1- a cause fnr r layng low. Moro :o>.\' cfecve fhos were mado WhonovoT a veserdav han O(,r onos, we all d whaever fec very.<«fc.secure from ho..ur convv -nomy CV.M f y do appear snce,r.d -lems pr.c'cr before', 1 \er-. on duy on ho brdso as fu canou.s n noces-.--.'; o \ n u c dur nu day as a hundred v-ry drecnn \v:r blch ra r.o ;-'o rhownr por nernl)cr r L'uns nsanly nn b keep o\ m unl hcy a VK-.- hus l>.-;nl' n nnan cry rans- " nvoy ram <b ramp an<l j f- re ou s d:no.s.s <1. DK/ OCT THE FA.SB, N BELL'S SEASONNG S THB ORGNAL for poulry, pme. mea. flsh. ec.; ors are X'K'GBOCEHS FOR BELLS W. Q. B OoapMT> OMa. AUM.. U.d-A. ' crews,-\c>-..o'. o n.1.1 yo.1.r.'''*., h'-v n:> rc upo A v-y.,p n.anmas Tb*T<> wh ; ( mv w r. l>av.-nd n;,'h f' -.1, K.vmu'.-\\ pr.c. whrh a y,f lho f.r. ro sn.oll -c a'nm: wurl - ur rn-n.tm h-'.nr.f. Tb ke) n l-.c-c ].'..r>-'-.-. o.- { crow s -.:> ' '-'-' ''a ': bn) : fnrh-r over b* ' s :hr;, '.-fr\ed from below Thos- j,,,,: 'Jf fee hml,nd,, -.- f.t one unaccusmed [ ';,:h.tsccr.. wnldlv, );.--. j.'--;;..ns for du\ *,. s.. "( harmn- on for dc-r,;.. -, r, \our fon slps ar.' \,s- ;,. M,u-,d T '.:.na.1-!"..'rnc\ up r.thcr un- 1 Kr-s!,1 ho n--' \o (\ bod\' 1 -; f \p..>n. o.t n-runt a.k-r M. n > eserda\'.-fernoon" (Saur- ;w o'clork We ha\"e wach. rs nn] be relovecl four, so on unl wo o'clock follownk d.v M\ lov duy, refore, ende," only an hour ac;o (wh you o home l s.lou 11 1 > ). n a few nm ues 1 shall alend an afernoon servce rrnduced by a chaplan Oh nfanry, How me does lly, even on ran.'por. was Sunday afr- Poon wh'm ns wa.s wrnk now ; 1 Tu.'-ly. Sepember S, 11.30; Umo cb..»n«ed one hour weny n-;:r.e, hx nornnr. n New Vork ;4 l.'bl \n.k>rnn.'. now, so you cnr, see w nre nearly a our journey's er. ( '.ne dfterence beween (l cenw.ch New Vork belnjr Ave ho.rs, nc kmp «en%- seconds). p.'- SX d:\s hnve 'cen very unevenf', 1 n' 11 h a \ 1 r.:; seen,1 sngle shp rbk h.' ends llusrae fue conclus\ fly how ".nnkcr /.one s feore,!!% «e-f.r:n: penjde, W'e hnvp cvpe letcol one or 'o forey dnys re. erl> rd re:l;7p bow roublesome s flf shp's ollcers who hvo : rre s,[, lke l;s unb-r lher 14 '.l.;. e,r,l re>;.n;b:\ r S h.r.l where, number : r \ ehc,' c. erroup as we. \< keep proper (l-.a;,ces nnd.\od rnur-, - n.e.nl'4 her Ml n; l lonq;.\.],\ r... rhe fo; ho; r;- 11 > "ondf, ;T; -h.m.mr-,1; ;e lo'ren pos;- TODAY Procrasnaon s hef healh: Keep yourself well by mely use help o BEEOUM'S PU UnM S.U ABT Mfdcb* lnlh«werm. S«<1 T«nrwh«r«. n boxo. 10c, 2Sc. "".11' Th. 11..',..f...r.1, Wll snl:! o,,l, 1 ar-'o 1 N..n.l V,,. Mo.l 11.! r..r sov.r ;.'..... w h,,,: ;,1,l<..,--.\.- s. h'.'.l >< ;.,.,,,', n-h..llll- f.1 '." ll- 'lnf W..,.llll ff.1 W h..o Vl 1" J,11,.". f.,ll..«n;...11 W'ko ver\ ntosuk-.ml p'u wcl n 'l nh'l rh.-.r, nnolhr. Jnpn; V.\CM; fc.-;. wner. Th'V nre ahon ll-- f lonnh nl a f..' h..,- n ' frkfs fml f'r ««ll." -' r.nlr..wr. fn.m H., p--uh.ar.lt h.nn k-'lr >l> n.l ' "' K-h>n nknln S..n.l nn erm As l.r. ar'.1 ;n.>.l 'nl.c..f on hnar.l s- nn lkol\ w' vv lak. '-f han nnn urn.tl hal rl: KC'-n-..'! r.nllsh f..r mc n rnn- drr l xch.\ Xnnk f..r h< fr-w bonrl havp lurn a; daly anr ml fnn houkhl hcy nne hcy aro nlw-fyn KLar when r v»al<'h K over nnr y nre rnfe ab.an on deck.... _.. /. T.- n«,l l--.ren WHY N'OT SKF, Thomas R Mulln THE RE.Mj E.ST.ATE AGENT n regard fo rntcslmon? Room 3 Bank Bldr. Aycr ELZABETH PATTERSON MARNF..,0 COSMETCAN SHMPOONH. F.\rA. SCA.P MASSAOF.. MAMrnNG (rrn ma..oroo«. Pordrrm. Peran- Hnlr.NefB nnd Pns, Kc on llnnl Aven for Thr Onurr Cor«e<«nnd Sprclnllrn. «Plcnnnn Srer, Ayer, >ln». Tcl los-l 'vl' :;..n :,..ccn lln sh,.- ThnroKhlv nl wa.s <>. K. anr has heen.<lnee. A llc rouble s no ho wondered a when you <:onf>ldor shp has no heen n comral.sslon for wo a half yearn, lylnk dle n our por.s machnery runlnr. However, delay was Rrea onough lor u«lose all.sgh our fccom- *,, n.-s- VV. Jl sllll 1 J, 'v'-s..l f.r V whuh vv> expcrcl lr place <f dcharka-.kcl.jlc 111 \-nn anr ll wher wc were o have.such a rnn\..y, even.n.-ers re n.s have heen l.sn.lcslanlnr as n place.f necnl; f.r wc ceranly expeced hen.some.lavs a,'o However, nohm: shnwc. lp unl hs mornnjr aff was er hre.kfas am we sched onr 4 (;la.l ',"v a nnml.er..f les; r..vers whch rflrnn l-lc arnnr n connually now, so we.hrers fee very.-.afe 1 ma'nc he skpper 1 have lrcas more easly a any rale.as nehl hellcve we all wnessed :rcaes speracle our lves As nch rame upon us hc sky wns e v- crer wh clours sunse wa" a verv healful slrhl n spe he many rlomls, hu wha 'm cnmnk n w-aer v-m full phosphorous anr comln sky s ch as make 11 show up wh (rrea nensy. Thc whole ocean.seemed he lke a mllon nkues (re Kvery wave ha broke made a lonk. rollnk, brllan KO-W. shps as hcy ploughed were lkhcd up very plan- y. Thoy looked an f y hod n grea.:jfu f]ml-. J.':' Servce When purchasnk groceres a hs lore you can depend upon on promp coureous Bervce. hones wekh. dependable KOods. Our experence n busness mnkes e.asy for us please you. Ths s household headquarrs lnlnr benefcal quales flour s ono oaslefl hnks n he world. n ("erenoa llour, for whch we are akens. you r.el bes lcrc s for hc money. Or Spernly U h«han<llng Uc Very Bco Vermon Buer snd Cheese EAST MAN STREET GROCERY JAJCES E. ORTFTK,»roprcr Ens MUn SUcc Ajrcr, Maes. rons, Unn. rng over her cup cfee nfer hr husb had lef for flce, slgh-. unconscously several mes as ho warm blossom-laden breeze genly blew m dnng room wndow. Fnally "le shoo herself free frora her revere. Tme «us gong nnl dshes were bo cleanc.l up she hnd a fulmlw's work ahead. She md been, so busy wh emrency classes sewng for soulors ha sprng cleanng had had wa. Now she realzed ha f she wshed fnsh before very ho wenr, she woum have begn a oncc. ac was scheduled for day. Beng a model wfe nnd housekeeper. shocked her mmeasurably hnk ha so much dr should accumulae n her house. And for several hours her broom flew, her scrubbng, brush cruled, nnd chamos whned over wndow panes. A las dr was "ou," excep whn had adhered her, she came forlng-ou process. Kescrve bed clohng had be shaken ou s moh-ball coma, smmer jgacmens oused from runks mnke room r frs, nnd accumulaed "Junk" sored for ragman, keepsakes gone over, laughed over or cred over replaced n r paseboard boxes. rons hnd come down as far os keepsake process. On floor n fron an old bureau wh yawnng drawers, she sored leers pcures bf a me gone by carefree, mad, happy me her grlhood, when as Flora Flemng, she hnd henrs srung aqnlver, perced by arrow o her charms. henrs had fered homage by usual varous kens ha youh n love generally eends hs lady, rons now fngered enderly bunches faded flowers, srngs cnndy' spoons, represenng on an,average flve pounds bon-bons apece, phographs, ec. And ns blossom-sjwec breeze blew languorously n she susenly found herself wh a dry bunch voles n one h nnd a phograph Fred Mnplen H or. Vhy hadn' she marred Fred? She pcked up phograph agalu nnd looked houghfully n nense eyes, glanced mr fondly a dark hnl wavng back romanlcallr from forehead. "f had marred Fred," she refleced, " wouldn' be cleanng Emery ron's ac. Td be ronmlng h n hnnd wh hm 'md 'blossoms Normy,' as he used sny. Fred, menn," her henr srred uneasly. " wonder why dd mary Emery? Jus becnuse well, because he nssed so, guess. He's ha knd makes everybody do jus as he wans. And, besdes, Emery was nce before he go so deep n busness gray-hnlred su. Bu Fred " she sghed sly agan nnd shook her hend. -Vm afrad Tve mssed somehng n lfe. wonder where he s nnd f f he s marred," she sad, enderly layng flowers phograph bnck n r box nnd-closng drawer. boll rang rons wen down, forgeng ha she much resembled a blue-checked beele n a ngh cap. Lookng hrough ne curans on glass door, she denlfled her vsr as nn ngen, openng rnhcr bellgerenly, armed wh a round copper-pped refusnls, she suddenly found herself voceless nnd unable move wh chagrn asnshmen. Her caller was no ohor han her former sweear, o whom she had jus been so fondly remnscng, Fred Maplen, Fred hc curly har, passonae eyes supple, graceful conur, bu now parly bald, eyes faded embedded n puffs o fa, n flgure round, bu no porly, nnd clos hn f hcy bespoke hn r wenrer had aken advce o Polonus. ha hs ramen wns as rch as hs purse could buy, ceranly aesed a shor bank accoun. Bu wns ner clos, baldness nor agen's case he carred hn farly supefed rons. wns eyes eyes ha spoke ndulgence, s lvng nnd declne, eyes hn hnd los r emper r mnnhood. She drew bnck nvolunarly, nnd he caugh moon. "s s lady bouse n?" hc nskcd, hurredly. "K no!" sad rons fanly, sarng shu door. " 'm sorry'." she added, rar compassonaely before lach clcked. ecphone mng hree mes before she answered. wns Mr. rons. "Thn you, Flo?" "Yes. dear." "Wha you dong?" "Cleanng house." "Oh,"'s o nce cu ou nnd ge somebo<ly do. 've sor go sprng fever feel ns moony as a woyenroul. Lo's ge car run ou Mayfar nn for dnner, jus us wo." Tls voce wns ns frm snnppy ns nne seel. Anr rons knew clear, fenrlcss look n hs eyes. She ru her nrm enderly nround elephone. "All rlrh. dear. 'd love. hnk 've go sprng fever, o. 'll ge rondy rgh awny. l's nce you hnk." Afr nl. he world wns Jus rgh. Tomorrow she would flnsh ac n> were some or hngs go n nhhlsh man. (CopyrRhl by ho McClure Newspaper S>'ndlcae. Amercan Women Quck Adop dea Broug Ou by Pars Desgners." FLYNG PANELS ARE POPULAR Tlonsly aken bo medeval sleeve as chef feaure. An enre chaper dresa could be wren, concernng hla sleeve. bas played a mos.hsrc >ar n be evoluon fashon brqugbou be Cennres. Amerca was qule-well-aworeba some ype long, flowng aleeve would reappear bs auumn.' was 'For Hre y Are Placed on Skr or Bodlco nd lh~solrre"exferne Gowns y Swng From Shoulders. New York. s no possble dvde new gowns n srongly dfferng secons. No desgner has aken a perod coped her gowns from wh cerany und exacude. All, be French Amercan workers have Jumbled r hsry n a wny ha would gve hc seeker afer ruh a bransrm. s well for publlc a large ha desgners do no sck o closely perod clos. When decorars nss hn one canno have a curan, a vase or a <!u.shlon n a room ha s drawn from" a ceran perod, we ge beauful peces neror decorave work whch should be n a museum, bu whch have lle relaonshp an nmae home lfe. s wse for evory woman learn, would be woll f one could only <)ach arss decorars same hng, ha exhbon >vork s one hng, bu be knd.work ha one mus lve wh s anohor. Wc can go museums or deparmen shops nnd see perod rooms nnd perod flress, bu human naure resens hc hough havng such lmed wakng sleepng hours. refore, we n-eewh pleasure fac ha va.sly lfferen perods hsry hnve been appcd n for new.clos; bu nachronlsm s re; Callo Empre. Cnllo gowns were las "e"o"fls~corary,--y prc- (ened no new noe, excep ho nro- Juclon - Frs Emplro sllouec. Even when Callo ok aos symbolc feaure hs perod, pphlcb s hgh waslne hu llghly grdles flgure Jus under }he bus, she added medeval-sleeves ha Empress Josephne jevel: wore. mos domnan Frs Empre rock ha Callo hns sen over s o brlllnn red ha s ner geranum, lapanese nor wne. She calls "ncendle." has rchness a ruby n ho lgh nnd resembles ha jewel ho nexperenced eye more 3an flames from n conflagraon. Ths gown s no marred by rlmnlng. As French say. goes vlhou a garnsh. Tho neck s no low n way ha Callo s ap rrange, sleeves' no only rover arms wrss, bu back m hangs knees s'hen nrms nre dropped.' Whon Callo feaures a now hng, bound be sgnfcan,, AT- Whney'sable AYER, MASS...Telep)»ono53:2 '.r ' SHRLEY GA8H MMKfT ALWAYS ON HAND WTH A FBESH SUPPLY OF BEEF Ths s a blouse for -busy woman. s made vvhe bucher's- lnen wh long shoulder seams.' Cuffs, hgh sck crava are made blue whe cross-barred slc PORK VEAL -LAMB SMOKKD, FCKfED uoa CANNED UHATS A Tow Door n Ayer Every Tnesday.. Saurday ". Every Bay' n Sblrey FRESH FSH FBDATS. VEGETABES DT THEB SEASON CHALBS A. McCAKTHY. Prop. A Wsconsn mnn hns nvened a e ha folls n a sol. Ths p coa s made plum-colored san wh a woolen back, brocaded n plum mauve floss. Collar euffs are blaek sealskn wh edge Russan flch. draw srng allows coa be er loose or gh a waslne. refore, whon she pus a modfled nngel sleeve n same gown wh nn exreme Josephne waslne, sho s producng somehng ha wll bo wdely coped wom by women lho mos ulafnshlonnble convcons. Medeval Sleeve Feaured. 'robably ho medeval sleeve wll -<»celvo more ncnon from Amcrl- an women han Frs Empre alsuno. Ths fnc s ncrnslnfcly den n ho exhbons Amerl- :-da»'snc<; gowns, whch have ob- Perfecly Smple. "Everyone goes sleep durng hs sermons." " don'." "How ever do you say awake?" "Don' go church.' foreshadowed by volumlnou9 ulle sleeves ha reached wrs hung downwnrd n pons. Every cable from Pars nssed upon preference shown by French women for gowns ha dd no expose arms, even hough y were half low a neck. Fanasc gowns n hs counry, deslgn?d for foolghs, brough a good doal nenlon mselves by mmensy - -r-sleevcsr bu so wero usually fashoned on some anque Chnese dea, for r square oulne was held n place by Chnese assels Jade braceles. n came be flrs Callo go'wn wh genune medeval sleeve. men who were n-pars early n summer who saw possbles n ho renewal such a sleeve, go over here beforo acual Cnllo gowns were unwrnpped dsplayed Amercan publlc. s no easy defne se sleeves by smply callng m medeval. To our Amercan mnds, y nre remnscen Abbey drawngs. y mgh have been worn by daughers Kng 'Lear. And above ull, belr beauy caches eye because cadral colors n whch y are dyed.» Chnese Panels. re s anor mporan feaure luj ho now fashons ha no woman ern fall bverloek. se are wha are known n France as flyng panels. y aro supposedly adoped from' Chnese dress. y are placed on skr or on bodce, re aro exreme gowns n wblcb y swng from shoulders. Jenny uses hom n a gown ha s fashoned afer hose worn by Chnese women. has an oddly shaped, rousered skr chffon hn s exceedngly modes nnd graceful. Over hs fabrc hang sragh, flyng panels n rrdescen affea- hn s weghed wh gold nnd crysal frnge. was s loosely grdled abou by a Chnese sash, ho long, floang sleeves chffon crysals are caugh n n.ntlss are ransparen Jenny, however, s no only one who uses panels n whaever wny y can be accommodaed human fgure. Doeullle pus m on onepece frocks gars m ger a wnls under n grdle some ornae, glowng fabrc. Mme. Pnquln mnkes nn evenng gown ha s jus wo panels over n gh, sheahlke skr, wo are held n a waslne by a brllanly colored sash ha somewha maes Amercan busle slhouee by resolvng sel n a bow ends a sde. Preme, who has nrned ou such unusually good gowns hs year, assembles her flyng panels under a sash Chnese or Japanese embrodery nnd nrrnnges n n bg looped bow a ho sde whch - looks somehng lke a busle ha has slpped nn uncomfdrablo nnd dsagreeable way ha.y had o dong n ha 1880 perod when women wore m n an ugler form han y are nroduced day. Need No Mach Skr s no necessary go nny rouble have panels mach gh skr beneah n er color or mnerlnl. Lnnvn nsss ha greaer hc dfference beween wo, beer syle. Sbe wll use hydrangea blue nnd blnck ger or golden an nnd deep purple. Even when se flyng panels are no convered n nn enlro gown, re s n leadng fnshlon whch sees hn mos our frocks look as hough hoy were spl up ho sdes, show ghes skr ha we could walk n. Chenl nnd mnny her colleagues have no forsaken apron gown. " lle accessory whch resembles nn npron, bu s nended for ornamen no servce, appears on a sufflclen numhor new frocks proclam sel sllll n fnshlon. (Copyrgh by McClure Nowspapor Syndca.) CUTFLOWERS, PLAN'TS, FORAL DESGNS, ETC. HARDY ORNAMENTAL TREES.; SHRUBS AND. VNES H. Huebner Flors - -7 GrDuu, MasST- Greenhouses near Gron School,1 H. J. Webb REGSTERED OFTOMETRS Oppos Depo Aycr, Hoss. 3m3$ N.f.8 LR181 Wsh call your aenon r sck GEMETERY MEMORALS whch jjr would be pleased have Kendng purchasers nspec oban prces. PARK BTRKUB Ayer, Mass. COMMONW!EALTH OF MASSACHU SETTS. (Mddlesex, a. Probae CourU To helr«-a-law, nex Kn ana all or persons neresed n esae ZACHARAH FTCH lae o Gron n sad Couny, deceased. Whereas, a ceran nsrumen purporlner be las wll esamen sad deoeased has been presened eald Cour, for Probae, by JAMBS P. PTCH who prays ha leers esamenary may be ssued hm. execur ren named, whou g-lvlns a surey on hs fcal bond. You are hereby ced appear a a Probae Cour, bo held a Cambrage n eald Couny Mlddesox, on fourh day o Decomber A. D a nne o'clock n forenoon, show cause. any you have, why same should no be graned..,,, And sad peoner s hereby dreced gve publc noleo reor. by Dubllshlng hs caon once n each week, for hree successve weeks. n Turner's Publlp Spr, a newspaper publshed n Aycr, las publcaon be one day, a leas, bore sad Cour, by malllns pospad, or delverng a oopy hs caon all known persons meresed n '*'* feureen days a leas before sa d Cour, Wness, fcharles J. Mclnlre, Esqure. Flrsl Judge sad Cour, hs hreenh day o November n ho year one hous nne hundred seveneen. 3ll F. M. ESTT, Regser. COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHU SETTS. Mddlesex, ss. Probae Cour. To helrs-a-law, nex o kn ana all or porsons neresed n esae MARY O. BLOOD lae Of Ayer n sad Couny, deceased. Whereas, a ceran nsrumen purporng be las wll esamen o sad deoeased has been presened eald Cour, for Probae, by BDWASD PSHER who prays ha leers esamenary may be ssued hlm, execur ren named, whou gvlns a surey on hs fcal bond. You are hereby ced appoar a a Probae Cour, be held a Cambrldgo n sad Couny o Mddleaex, on fourh day December A. D a nne o'clook n ' renoon,- show cause. any you 'have, why samo should no be graned. And sad peoner s hereby dreced gve publlc noce reo. by publshng hs caon once n each week, for hree sccesslve woeks, n Turner's Publlc Spr, a newspaper publshed n Aycr, la'l J>'''""'!'SS be one day, a leas before sad Cour, by malng; Po'PaW»' '''>,- lverng a copy he caon all knswnpcrsonv neresed n csa, seven days a leas l>efore sad Cour. Wness. Charles J. Molnlre, Esqure. Frs Judge sad Cour, hs ureenh day November n year one hous nne hundred nnd seven- "sl F. M. BSTY. Regser. Cure f Unres. "Tho rue cure fcalcohousm, ndus- rlnl fague ondf unres," snys ho Medcal Record, ' s provson Of decen surronndlnj la facry n ho home, adc<(a' wages, lesure relaxaon." Man Tres mprove Thngs. Naure never nended ha mnn should ake hroe dnys recover from one dny f. Thn s hs own dea. Toledo Blade Wha,He Prosecued. "He never had bu ono genune cas«n bs lfe," sad a lawyer a rval,. '.' ha was when be prosecued hu sudes." Burdens Lfe. Money me are be heaves burdes Qf lfe, be nnbapples all morals are hose, who, bfvo-moe er hah y, know ow nae.-->r. Jobnson. Knobless Covers. When knobs come covers a. new knd cf a knob can be easly replaced by nkng a coscrew.?««?«.. hrough be Uol?»»«*crl, cork o bfr xodersjae.,/.tbla. l».vey, ea«y;an;jjrej';elp;;:; " COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHU SETTS. Mddlesex, ss. Probae Cour. To helrs-a-law, nox kn. credrs, all or perjons neresed n esae pf PNmEL. NOR RS lae Ayer n sad Couny, ao- "wh*er«":'5e*llon h«"»sffrr; ed sad Cour gran f ' " f? admnsraon on '"V-SrA deceased ALBER-T -,0,5SH\nfl Sharon n Couny Norfolk ana BERTHA * HLDRETH Of Monson n Couny Hampden wlhoa glvlnr a sureyon r bond... YOU are hereby ced appear a» Proba Cour be»l«l?.?';rj'"j Vk n sad Couny JO'**'"??,S?,.*l!. hrd day December A.,.D.,l»" «J nne O'clock n """"''"." SSScause any you have, why same should no be rrand..,.. /,,, "lf'ns?5mb.rk?;ho year o ;?na nne!*?»«?«,»j -'*-5»S u>>.- '1-.! ''-''- ''' '''' ' ' ' --aafe-a'a-: A-Hx

7 Removed New Sre 2 PLEASANT ST. Eear yoher Bros. Sre AYEE, DASS. John H. Serson WATOHMAKEE- JEWELER New Lne NGERSOLL WATCHES, CLOCKS, CUT GLASS, SLVERWARE JEWELRY "Wlen 's cold ousde, your gues fnds nohng more 'wrelcome han a ho cup ea glowng 'warmh a Perfecon Ol Heaer. Perfecon 60on warms cold fnger Jps es awakens a feelng comfor makes your hospaly complee. Vhen coal s scarce, Perfecon s your secury agans cold rooms. Economcal convenen hsoma- Gves egh hours glo'wng warmh on a gallon kerosene. 3,000,000 n use. Re-'wckng s now easy wh new No. 500 Perfecon Heaer Wck. Comes rmmed burned f, all ready for use. So-CO-ny Kerosene gves bes resuls., STANDARD OL CO. OF NEW YORK ;~ Prncpal OCSces New York Buflalo R. M. Graham Nung Block, Ayer Tel SAVE YOUR EYES Have Your Eye-glassea Made Up--Da Come us for your eye examnaons Consulaon Free W. H. STEVENSON, Opmers 401 Man Sree Fchburg, Mass. Call See Me Have sold more han EO.OOO worh o Real Esae n wn Ayer whn hree monhs can sell youra f you wan mo. me sell s on a rlslne marke. Don' wa o onr. Amonc properes sold by me are Brady Esae on Wea Man Sree; lo o on Man Sree oecupud by ha Pos Offlee Bulldlns Harlow A laraons Bulldlnr; Joseph Anno place on Eas Man Sree; ha Bruce place on Orove Sree;. >llll» Beverly place oh Oambrld*. Srse; Lyda Sre brck boum on Park Sree, ha Oerrlsh housa on Wes Sree; also, ha Sabol hous* on Cenral Avenue. - Dd you know hn brush hc -Drop n' Room No. '3, Bank BuUdlnr, wll over Real Esae eeh wce a day consul your alualon wb you.. 3f dens wce a. year, ha oral hygene would be«a nusance. Clean ThorrasF. Mulln '.{om., Sadc- BnUdbf.'.Ayer.; VOK'SAll-oar-MBemen House n luenabarrxood loeaa;-o* ral nu e's - f alwlr- - 'JOumavMBfMMoms.mobburr. _ eeh no delay. Dr.C. A. Fox, Dens BarryBe. TA Con. Ayar, Caaa. g POTATO *fue&- : { Tvo sard grades for poa- *J s bave been recommended by { W U. S. food admlnlsrulpn l 4 be U. S. deparmen ag- X M rlclure. No. l shall conss 5' s fald hn a horse whch "pulls on b" may be resraned by use hs nvenon, wres C. J. flaturday, DEOEMBEE 1, 1917 PAOE SEVEH SHELEY Kcu-H lusno. A dellbhf;] concer- was Klveu a«saurday afernoon e '.he KlmUurK. Shrley Cener, by Ml.~ Khl Hulm-. monologle, Ml8 mh l. Zlm, soprano. Mlss Zm r u SJU'KU voce caarmed h udlfnce wh several Hawaan sonk herself on hc Hawa..cconpanylK 1 -suel KLl.-r. Sho laer Bang som' nckro dalec songs very cleverly. some her orgnal s BalnK gavo 'mologues mpersonaons n a rmer ha up held hcr repuaon a.-- ars. closlng number. _"Foll>, vng hc Sars real snowarm. Srpes Freedom \s'a8 espcclala Camj) Ocv- Mry C. Ewng has arrved ly arranged for bo:. safely n France enered upon her ons by ao wo ener Mners. Mhses work carng for uberculosa aoldlcra. Her many frends here wlah her Balnf; Zlm hav- been eneranng a Camp Dev f'.r pas weok. suecesa u safe reurn. Sj es sball be one seven- Y. M. C. A. drecrs sue Cha y are Jbes alrclon ba Thc famly S. V. Mclnyre has ao -eghh ncb poaes- o has vsed oafnp. Mra. R. C. Cool far recovered rrom r recen llneas { J long varees one nnd bree- jj< was hoaess served ea a concluson eneranmen. quaranne. vcms werc. by dphra as bc releaaed from ' quarer nch. No. 2 shall con-,*j Mclnyre wo chldren, * sls poaes smlar vare- y Shrley flre deparmen wll r many frends neghbora are 3" al characerscs, praccally j hold a soclal dance n Odd Fellows' very glad know ha y arc able hall, hs Saurday evenlnb, Mudge's S free from fros njury decay, J be ou agan wh no more eerlous sngng orchesra wll furnsh mualc. free from serous damage KJ resula ha a few days "ahu n." So Ths s flrs a seres four far re are no more cuses n wn. caused by dr or or foregn { { dances be held under ausplce.h W mnl- fnnhnm ap/.nmr1 rrrrwfh.< Shrley fre deparmen. ranaporalon pupls from hc oulyng darca from Caleb Slocomb, Albera, s vsng achool n Cener haa become que hs bror, John W. Slocomb. Ths a serloua problem for achool board s frs lme n hry-sx years aolvc. Thc elecrc cars carry que wo brors have me. Caleb Slocomb operaes a farm 800 acres n a number, bu provde for hoae who canno uso m because dlarance whea bel Albera. localy brngs up cos nearly wce ha o las year hard A son waa born Mr. Perry O. Holden on Novenber 21. Mr. ge, even a ha prce. DEVCE TO RESTRAN HORSE Holden are now resdng n Framlngham. All who know Henry A. Harley wll regre learn hs "Serous llness. George Morln, who enlsed n hc Pulleys Arranged on Each Sde Anmal's Neck Forco s Mulpled by whch hc has been conflned house r nearly wo weeka. Al laa ropor hc was a lle more comforable Threo Tmes. hae no so much nense pun as Devoe Resran- Horse; known devce -puueys, usng wo on each sde horse's neck. larg- -cr-cu rcpresens-hls-brldle n use on a saddle-horse, shows s mehod aachmen saddle by a srap pnsslng over wrs fasened Aberhan Consrucon Company-are pung n a plan n Cambrdge for makng o naval machnery,.mber C. Kerry, o.unenburg. has,ffn apjjoned elecrcal -cngncer,- exle school n Conneccu for some me. He s an-exper n exle manufacurng refore qualfed nsruc ors. He has been.supernenden large mlls n souh l. W. C. norh. He s a man maure A very neresng meeng o each sde. smaller cu.shows judgmen, dscreon energy, Woman's club was held las week Frday afernoon a hc home o Al how ren passes around pulleys. has been employed by Selma Mfg. Co, for express purpose ncreasng eflcencv developmen meeng was n charge Mss May V. ber Smh on Whng sree. Ths arrangemen mulples by hroe force appled ren by ho a hgher ype usefulness among ho Esabrook. h? subjec for consderaon was "Russa." frs paper b. employees." was-by one o eachers. Mss Helen Kershaw, was "Kussa s l Cener, s people." Mss Besse Recce CORNSTALKS GOOD FORMFEED Roy C. Cool spen several days n n read Madame Breschkoosk's Bosn las week. sry her work n Sberan prsons. sver No as Good as Clover or Tm Tweny-wo ladles spen a pleasan Mss Esabrook exhbed a seres evenng a knng crcle pcures Russa, whch she procured from Leomnser publc lbrary, ohy Hay, Bu Wl Susan Seele Mackaye on Monday evenng Cale n Wner. las week. whch proved very neresng. Prncpal Harwood o hgh school n A meeng Grange las gave a paper upon presen revoluon n Russa. nenspersed wh "Where corn has no been pu n week a Thanksgvng program was be sllo hs yoar, salks Ehould be gver, conssng readngs by program werc panola selecons by cu nnd shocked for dry forage hs Charles E. Bradford, Evere Buxn, Smh, several o whch were by A, G. Dunn Leser fall," says C. P. Bull, Unversy Farm Paderwskl. Rus.san pans. Holden; vocal solo by George F. " may no be as good as clover o Buxn, songs by Grange. mohy hay, bu wll susaltcale UGXr-mceng wll be on December 4, hrough hj; wner ha s everyhng le farmer who s Jus begn Mabel E. Graves, commee. wll be n charge Shrley C'ener members Eva L. Marsh nng develop a herd. club wll hold s nex meens "Mos us," connues Mr. Bull, "do no realze serousness hc shorage roughage hs year. f we dd, we should save every b Thouss bushels apples whch usually, go wase under rees would brng some reurn ndd ho avalable food supply f properly hled. re are many producs n whch y may be convered, ncludng elder vnegar, evaporaed fru, chops, apple buer, jelly boled cder. las wo producs occupy a place whch would be hard flll by any subsue. n addon elder pre.ss, ho apple buer cooker seam evaporar should parcularly appeal cusm cder maker because y fer a mos desrable means preservng urnng swee elder n mos palaable able producs. evaporar prevens cder from fermenaon nnd convers n a form suable for an unlmed number flne able producs. FATTENNG TURKEYS N FALL pracco whch was gong on near Ser\res were held : cereer> home farm Henry Dodgo. One bulle broke a wndow a ho homo ho rompan\ 1-. dlh lnfanr\ s-nn wa.'; n pr.;e beon '" Raon Conssng Whea Mddlngs, Emorsons. whlo onor enered Cornmeal Beef Scrap home Frank Komp sruck Ms Que n number n wn.tenled Hghly Recommended. Madolon Kemp. As ho bulle was double funeral l.emer V.;. T spen she forunaely escaped njury. Hll on las week ''rl)\. leld a; bf' AUhough fnshng urkeys Accordng repors ho only safe Mohods rhur b n Peppere!) place n Woodsvllo la cellar when (~; r a J L'e l e 1 d f b; - m > n b; \ for marke s somenes que dmcul, s neverless very prlable, flr«5 second decrees were ror.ferred rlfe pracco begns. meene on las: weok Wedn('.'da\ wo Y. M. C. A. eneraners wres W. E. Sherone, n leadng poulryman. hnve had bes resuls by wo well apprecaed programs who were a Elmhurs las woek gavp on ffllow nc cdaes He!m.,\ho, Velma Tavbr. Honrv BaU'V usng followng faenng raon: musr fnd readngs ho school rhldren a Cenr school las wook. brerar\' prog'ram was compo».ed..f b 'Vank Jllns, Wlfred <b:ellete Sx pounds cornmeal, wo whea mddlngs wo beef scrap. Ths s' leauv undor ho *:upe v'.r.n rf Hbnbr- Pomona Grange w-ll hold s Hall, roadnfr, FMna Hall, SOUK Wha las meeng ho year n Ken<lan mxed wh sour ralk fed for Taylor, readne. '"lara Huss-ell, ro hall. Leomnser, on Thursday. December 6. Tho followng progran s fnu] (;reolo\. re.dnc:. l-'\ a lollo. FOho] nnd \'elma Ta\lor Mrv wo weeks jus prevous markeng. urkeys arc no closely confned, bu are gven only a small run announced. Welcome. Lzze Allen, lecurer, Leomnser Grango; rc- KuRone Ouellee ro was a rnll pano s.do, Mabel 'orer. readnp. Kponse. Graco Cash- pano solo, durng hs perod. My young urkeys arc fed pleny green food call each membor lo.'ponded b\ elll np wha > were hankful for sour skroned znllk. As hcy grow gradually ncrease feed nnd change from cracked whole grans. Afer sx weeks a good mxure s wo MJunds commeal. wo whea bran, one beef scrap one pn charcoal. Can Do Boh. "De can da was do all de alklnv* «ald Uncle Eben, "s mghy lkely leave or people do mos o hlnkln'." regular army n Bosh las week Thursday, has been ordered repor for duy a For Slocum on December 3. A collecon amounng $26.12 was aken for benefl Y. M. C. A. red rangle war fund a Congregaonal church las Sunday evenng Lynde n Farmers Mall Breeze. a ho unon Thanksgvng servce. nvenr has employed well M. J. Johnson son Mln, Bosn, arc a hc home Mr.s. Johnson's parens for a vs. Mr. Johnson spen Thanksgvng wh m. Thc publc schools opened las Monday, afer beng closed for one week, owng many cases measles among chldren. Honry D. Marn, agen manager Selma Mfg. Co.. n Alabama, s meeng wh good success n souh wh prospecs a vory promsng fuure, as ho con ndusry n souh.s ncreasng every year. A loadng TTJper ' -BoTh says: "H. D. Marn, presen aen manager Selma Mfg. Co., conduced a An elecrc lgh has been esablshed on Horsepond road, oppose home Hae P. Holden. a very cordal nvaon s gven lo Raynond Bradford, son Mr. every housekeeper n wn." Arrangencns have been made r mcrs r. E. Bradford, who has been employed n Waerwn for jks small chldren by whch y can leave wo years, ha.s enlsed for avaon r lle ones a Cener.schoolhouse, where y wll be cared for, has gone For Slocum for ranng, nd where hree rooms wll he a Cener school.s closed on Wednesday for Thanksgvng r-ce.-s, 'l.o- have a general guod me. r dsposal,. y can run wll open agan on Monday. Mlss 'hrsne G. l,oglc\', BROOKLNE, N H. Thomjjson's sl, spen ho weekond n ho home her nor, Mrs corn sver possble. should be saved- used n order ha hay may be baled for shpmen or secons Norhwes where roughage s vory scarce. crops dvson sae commee food producon conservaon beleves a paroc duy hs fall save corn-salks." Xews mh. Abbe Longley. Dr. C. H. Holcombe v. fe ' pen: Mr. Charlos Loav. who h flv_uav_y J3,05lQn-lasL W k, _ have boon occupyng ('fr6"n""7tarrt-r" WASTE APPLES MADE USEFUL coage on Clark road, moved h.-. Mr, >rrs. Charles Holon.-pen week vllage. week-end n Ho!]:s,.nrrwr*!. Hall mored c Bo- Vlany Producs n Whch y May Cynlha >ynch has mo\-od from las Sunday, hor hruse on ho corner Hazen Be Convered, Such as Cder, Cener roads, her bungalow on Cener road. Hor house has beon le Vnegar, Buer, Ee. Hard Nam«Rem«nb«r. OUvc was wacbng a nelgbl)or makng pe nhd was ld.'wls.lemon erlngu*/ nex day e jll e came back asked, "WbaWw ha ple'8 las namel" an olcer from Camp Dovcns. Charlos K. Boln was ono On accoun.'-rm Thur.- hosesses a oponng day evenng meeng was omed la- Hosess House ho Y. W. (_'. A. a week. Camp Devens on Monday afernoon.mfred Cnx. N'ew York,.-- a uues Davd B. Marsh oxpocs lls mor, Mrs Mary 'o\. leave hs wook for Souh Carolna. Mr. Mr.«Armr Brown -j.en whero Mr. Marsh s be omployod las Sunday n Pepperell, durng wner. frends cf Mr., Naom Wlder, Merrck W, Carey has recovered Townsend. are sorry hear ha suffcenly from hs recen llness n.he fol recenly broke her hp. bo abou agan. Albor Jensen, accompaned by hs W. H. Splo, Gron School, conduced servce a Trny chapol.\. Ooyc. s VKsnK a h;;- home n wo frend.s, Os E Pyne Janes on fs Sunday ffernoon n ab S*.Hsence Kov. Roscoo C. Thomas, Weddnc: announcemen.s have V.een Brooklne, n behalf ho Hosess Houso receved n wn marrage Y. W. C. A., a Camp Devens. Mrs Mada Medora N'ye <' Vauphn Rae Roy C. Cool eneraned a number Mar on N'ovenUer 20, n Whallowsburfh. N'. Y. Cenr pooplo a Elmhurs las Saurday afernoon. A program muso. roadngs was gven by wo Y. M. C,.\. eneraners who have boen sayng n Elmhurs pas week. Tea swches were Forved. Some ho resdens Woodsvllo woro drven cover las week by sray bulles from ho Camp Devens rfb- Mary Lovejoy; song, by nl; address. Evelyn Adamn, Pomona MaRsflchuses Sa Orange: address. Florence Warner, Woman Worker, Worceser Couny Farm BroAu: open qucfllons, "How can farmer's wfe ncrcose her pn money?" "Are resuls obaned by governmen l reclamaon norvc/* commeneurae wh r oxpcdnres?" Reader. Dorohy B. Carpener; volns vocals. Helen H. Prosoo. All aro urged be presen nnd mnke hn ono hc bes meengs f ye«r. Rapld-Fpe Forgery. Forgery whle you val wna rade o an clglcpn-ycar-oll lnd recenly darged n Oulldford. Engl. Be clamed n he could s down luke a reasury noe n hal on bour. forged Do<>.'<, hough somewha dmdely execued, mgh deceve n a bad Ush, beng hn exac sze Cplor c cenulne ones. LUNENBUEG N'ewB exxm. audden chanke n hv u-.h-r frum bcuurul balmy Ujs.,f Oclober.N'ovember unl s,,: urday afernoon, lhe 24 zero or 'r here. was rob unwelcome n, \eryone. "Connued euld" wa» ',fvjal forecas, dd so, cbnmuk unl Tue.sday mornng, when.',' mercury reached a pon only llv, above zero n vllage. n eon,- locales waa even lower han ha. maknk coldca n:ornnk aeabun. On Wedneaday mornng we had our hrs formerly. selecmen have voed -rocuro a servce flag, wh a sar for each.unenburg man n servce. flag wll bc placed on flag pole n Cener. One car has been lef f servce on elecrc lnc, las oar a ngh, whlctl lef upper common n Klchburg a 10,40. on la reurn rp le Lunenburg a Ths made very convenen for people wshng aend eneranmens n cr place. Ths change ok place on Monday hereafer las car r -unenburg wll leave Depo square. Klchburg, a 9.15, anr.unenburg a en o'clock, -'eople are ll.ble ge lef unless very careful unl y become accusmed change. n wn hall durng frs week n December, probably on Frday, December 7. 'lorence Warner, Worceser Couny Farm Bureau, wl gvo a demonsraon war breads or economc foods. meeng wll be open publc Mr.=. Klon Swe: closed her hmne f wner s boardng a hc homo Talbo n Mlford fonry Taley wa*; hreaer.ej \\\'h ptu'umona fr' w-ek. 'w; s.somewla mproved, Helen LeHon.mo. <'wn on,ts week Tuesday, brn:nf: HU er.<ar.d an Amerlcn; nc wh whch > decorae n crave frr her only son, Wllam V. < 'l "(Tne'l. who d;e() a sen ; rd wa- b;;r:ed a; KC-, on f»,'ber H Afr eneranmen hp\ nl cnrl nround ho pano sane cc.\ loko fwng'r. rp wll e a pper nl meo np on Peco mber r> for purpose con fer rnk hrd fourh dokrees on same can<ldaes Dela Hall wll have f h.rce refresh mon.s. rorular n ee nc wn he hold on lecember 12 lov. Charles Dockrll or*.[e pulp on l.l's Sunday "Srenua nera." Tornco spcnkr hs sn nlml whch wp call nnrvosnrss nnd whlrh we consldor peclnr onrsolvos, nml dpscrlbps by follolus mnrp ns "srpnm nprln" srrnuons nprn Bglnlon, vnln nnd npffpclvp. nlwny. wnnng somehng new, no really knowng whn, desrng mos ardenly "fc speedly rng o a desre gralfled. Ferrcro. «( ' a! s so expensve s lme ha >'J H;:: To sf all >jur ash,-* And aave ' : Tha > " '., ; THE PERFECTON ASH SFTER?5.00.'..\ou ha\,- do s. ;.rn (.,:.k..ml unr;. l-.x feable u-r n. j-easan; Joj Or Ash Seves 25<? up GALVANZED ASH CANS??.00?4.50 Mos economcal bu>' b'-rause -jne oulass u.sqore wo'kl,'n barrels Spral Truss Kbbed Galvanzed Can wll oulas m all. Vou never saw such a Mrong can. Ve u, gl ea.sly hled. 'lce S5.50. ASH CAN TRUCKS 2.50?5.35 Don' break your back movng ash can.'. Wc have a ruck wh large wheels whch may be drawn rgh UJ, j.jlr cellar sars COAL HODS 40 $1.00' LAST CALL FOR UNDERGROUND GARBAGE RECEVERS Kound wll so,j be frozen hard. a once Beer ge one.se Fchburg Hardware Co. " Name Means An Am" Man Sree FTCHBURO, MASS. EVERYTHNG MUSCa; A Good Place for Your Exra Money-j 45 Years n Busness J. F. CHAFFN GO. 356 Man Sree FTCHBURG. MASS. Regular Phone 131 Vcr Phon. 870 CHAS. E. 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8 PAQE EaHT SATURDAY, DECEMBJE 1, 1»17 Sunljy, KvmbT. 1B17. PEPPERELL Npw ew..mr. aul.mr.s. Waler...SJal u k Mn 'rhank<(.-lvlk a h- lcme l- lr<ler. H'nr.v Andrewn. 'lchburk 'hul'r H. 'urkct "M.. T «)en holuay al bs Ul borne n lown. KoKer S, Kolbln, arrvel home from PlasburK on \Vdl neslay,> lus.- - lankskvmk a hc hom? bs >aen.s..mr. unl H. H. Kobbln-. Hs rank s now seconl leuenan fbe nfanry, f. S. ll. He s bavo a furloukb unl December 15 wben be B, repon a Can) D.\..New Jerse>. br. anl K..W. l.ovjoy enler- -alnel ThanksKvlnj; day anl for be week-end r duugher...marlon POTS', WOTCeCTor. whl-hrr-h»b!mr nnl laugher Dorohy; r son. Wendell 1-oveJoy anl wfe, am belr youner daurber..- Helen Hurns. ' husb. Frederc 1.. Hurns o Jersey '".v. N. J. lolla Salles, who has been a menber be famly for!(everal yeare. reurned Wednesday from.nashua, wbere she hud been carnk for a sck relalve. n.season asss as usual wlb be blk fanll> dnner. Mary Boll Toncord, N. H.,.ovejoy's aun, was also lo be presen f weaber pernled. Mr,. Geor«e H, Sewar wen Sw las week by au, accompaned by Mr. Allan Mc- Klhenney. aend be funeral an aged relave, Mr. Vance. He was a rered sea sapaln wns one be flurvlvlns passengers from hc Cy - Columbus. n beng pcked up n an open dory n an unconscous condon, near where be vessel found-.'cred f Xanucke. Mr. lrs. Koy Sylveser wen Gron on ThanksgvnK day lome Mra. Sylveser's p.rens. Mr. ' George H. Woods. Shrley Elecrc Company have. lad workmen engaged hs week n wrng large resdence George E. Shauck. Nashua roa,d. John T. Sullvan, wbo suffered so, crcal aack.smach rouble s repored as mprovng. Mr Leonard Noddng chldren from headng spen Thanks- «lvlng-a old home Noddng n wn. Frank Kaulbeck arrved a hcr home Wednesday spend Thanksglv- ' ' 'lag. She laely receved wo leers from Mr. Kaulbeck. One was wren 'whle gong over or nfer ;..;_ bfl'vessel arrved n F cnch waers. November 3, boh were receved - n Boan las week. Acoma Rebekah lodge on Tuesday Aypnng,. hn close o busness meeng, had an eneranmen under drecon o eneranmen commee. program conssed musc readngs, was followed >y a collaon. Mss Florence Flynn, from Bn-lng; Mss Jesle, from Brldgewaer; Mlss El Wells, from Evere, Mlss Dors Harwell, from Revore, were ' ' among wn eachers here r hc holday, Mr. Harrs Tarbell eneraned her parens, Mr. Mr.s. HCnry Lakln. Mr. Jobn Fske over Thanksgvng. Harry jkln ahd wfe, from Greenfleld, were expeced here on Frday. Lesle Reed, recenly commssoned 2d leuenan, U, S. Sgnal Corps, arrved home from Plasburg on Wednesday, Ho has leave absence unl December 11, when he s repor a ho avaon concenraon camp a Garden Cy, Long sl. Mr. T. Greenleaf. who wen from here HOllls a shor me ago, vblcr M. E. Leender here hs week. s probable y may go souh laer, as Mr. Greenleaf has a poson open hm near Norfolk, Va. Mr. Wllam Huchnson chldren were be Thanksgvng Hy guess Mr..smrgeon Cuhberlsonj.: Roscoe HTyes, Darmouh '30, room-mae, came Wednesday spend TbanksKvng remander be week a hc home.mr..mr.-. 1'. J. Haye. A be regular meen; Pennemaquan Cam Fre crcle las week work KrU was hc maank packng o wo boxes swee- "cas wh'-b were rwarced P.a\ Would Yol Lke ge a Ckck for $100? You Have a CaJCB 'for 11, Trg uour ml Here s Sry n make-up Wear Char Calendar whch we wll gve away for 1918, re are some spellng msakes how many, we are no gong ell you. STc Wan You Fnd hc Msakes To oban one se Calendars, send us your name address we wll save one for you be called for las week n December only a lmed supply on h. - DuPaw Pharmacy George H.-Du Paw, Regsered Pharmacs Ralroad Square EAST PEPPERELL, MASS. We shall expec nex as yng n peccdy - Thanks,:;lvns. gong from here Mancheser, N. 11., ake dnner wb hs brors frends, was l, repor a Plladelplxla for duy Frday nornng. bear from hm France.". A. S. Woodwar recenly closed her house a Eas Vllage wll spend a par wner wh relaves a Ayer. 'Fanne Lawrence vsed her bror wfe. 'Mr. am Amercus Lawrence, n r new home a Leomnser. las week., abso a nece, Fanne Taylor, a Fchburg. Much has been sad publshed from sundry "vsrs" n w-n, concernng absence condon our (lags. mgh be well for m ravel hrough ho wn once more commen on hc wo new flags'on Hgh Man sree schbol buldngs, one a ho Nashua Rver Paper Co., on D. A. R. pole a P6pP5rell Card Paper Mll. Mlss rma Keh came home from bos'pal a Nashua las Saurday s repored as ganng. Mr. ad Fred G. Nye chldren fron Leonnser were guess her mor,. Ellzabrb Leender.- for Thanksgvng remander ' week. Sevoral au pares wn womon aended ho dedcaon \'. W. C. A. Hosess House a Camp Devens on Monday. A small chmney fre n one o. J. Rowell's enemens on Monday was sung bv reques by.\rhur Barle A. O. Pke. nermen was n AValn cemeery, bearers beng hs ne)hews from Bosn, Dr. Fred Thompson, Charles n on "War flnance.", Mr. Codman n hs speech poned ou ha re wero wo ways rasng money pay for war, jus as re were wo ways rasng an army. ' (1) Bv voluneerng Fowler WUllam Smh, a son-1 or ssung bonds. (2) by ccnserlp n-law. John McMllan, Wes.Somervlle. ClurcJ Xoa. A ho Congregaonal ehurch ho enough. Wh ho hgh wnd whch was L'«rj-"',,P 'r,?'!,.,«',";''?,?.?"''"a' blowng, occason some alarm a elehone call was sen n deparmen. An exngusher.owned by -owner was frs used wh good effec, laer Drver Lakn arrved wh, a larger number, bu need for m was nearly pas, y woro no unloaded. - unusually s-ong wnd w-as greaes causo for carefulne.4.s. as no lame came from p o chmney, bu ew knew o olarm. Soule Karl.Vewhall n Franc A. J. Woodward spen Thanksgvng w-eek.'wh frends a SomervlUe. Mss Robnson, -w-ho assss n her home, s havng a shor vacaon a home her parens, Nashua road. Paugus Camp Fre crcle wll have a supper.socal a home Emly Gelger on Oak hlll on Frday evenng. Thc menu s bc a "whealess, mealess" one... Mr. Orvllle Clark, who have been boardng w-lh Florence Wlloughbv, spen Thanksgvng n Mancheser. N. H. Mr. Clark wll go Bosn n a new noson, hs w-eek, s undersod. marrage Lesle F. Darlng; formerly hs w-n, Mlss Lyda Lslcy Lancaser, has been announced, ceremony occurrng Novembe- 10. Mr. Darlng s now- a memben Me 303d regmen, fleld arllery-, a C.>mp Devens. Among eachers gong ou o wn for r Thanksgvng vacaon. Mss Marlon 'aes wen her home n Harford, Conn., Mss Grace Wesn Brdgewaer Mss Dorohy Joslyn Worce.er Mss Beulah Hamln spen l"laay wh frends n Bosn. Mr. C. H. Mller.Mss Marv Wood spen Thanksgvng wh a nephew hs wfe. Mr. '.alph.menon o Maden. Mr.. H, N'. Tow-er eneraned several guess membe-s r fanly over Thanksgvng week-end..xuon; m were Mr..Mber Kvers from Xewn Cener,.Vrhur Tower from Columba ucery. New Vork, Sdney Tower from l;o.-,n,.mr.-. Dunbar dagber P.amona fmm S.lem Sergean Schaffer alu Crpor.l '.cber from Camp Ueven-. Gr Scou Ncw-K. 'Tho Grl Scous held r regular meeng on Wednesday las week n r room a. grammar school. re was a good aendance hree new membes-aver mlaeb nex meeng o Scous wll be held n llbrar.v, where Scous are hold r meengs n fuure.. A comml.ec sx grls were apponed prepare room bo used, so ha wll be leady for use r nex meeng. was decded drop regular oulned scou w-ork..such as reparng r ess, ec.. devoe all r me a se meengs P.ed Cross w-,ork. y are collecng all magaznes, books pamphles possble send solders. Scous have recenly made fled up four comfor Ks, eacb conanng hry-flve useful arcles, whch have been sen France. y are now knng squares for afghans soon expec have enough for one afghan. A group Scous,.abou sx aus full,, wen -Vyer recenl.v ake par n sngng a eneranmen by K. P. commee. y have had a second nvaon nend go agan someme soon. mornng. Sunday school a A seven n evenng servce wll be n charge 'Sunday school. Repors- from Sunday school convenon held n Fchburg are expeced. Forw-ard club''held a relgous meeng las Sunday evenng. Kenneh Duran was leader, Dana Merrll oulned plans for relgous work. s hoped keep up se meengs hs wner gve young people an opporuny carry ou r own deas Thcy are hold anor meeng on Sunday evenng a 6.15 all young people are nved. Thc church pray.er meeng on nex Tuesday ngh wll be held wh Mr. anl/ John L. Boynn, Man sree. A~lelcgao men -from-hg-con- gregaona church wll make an Dec: - 1 Ueo. - 1 ' \VE nj-xe nrreex>.\n<'y. HF..\V\' SXElfcaS-THAT; W E WH,L CVT T AND DKPLAy OX S.\T.'RDAV. C05E X KUUY AXD SELECT YOVR JUCY R0.4ST Ol TENDER SrE.\K. AL COVXTERS RE.\bY FOR BUSXESS AT 1 A. M. Po Roass ac.b. '.Boneless Roass 2Sc. lb. Rb Roa.ss 2,8cv lb. BUMrlcsH Rb Roa.s» 32c. ). ' ' SU-lou Roa.s«32-. lb. Boneless Srlon ak.' 88c. 4<)% lb. Srn; Peces 18c. lo '.JSc. lb. -Ycsh GrouHl Hamburg 30c..'22c., 28c. lb.,..v.mh.crs 28c. lb. Boass SOo. lb;., Sew Plcc-cs 20c. b, PORK Whole l.ohw asc. lb.. J. Roass Pork 30c. od 3Sc. b, lon or axaon. He show-ed ha frs.- alhough had been resored n a largo measurc, ye was no wha could be desred. n regard.xaon he poned ou evls ndl rec,axe.s. such as ax on elephone raes, ralroad raes. ncrease osage, ec. ncome ax w-ar pr ax, alhough mucb beer, were far from beng all ha could be desred. He sad one w-ay rase money w-as place ax on such propery as w-ould smulae producon. nsead havng hc oppose effec. He consdered such a ax could only be leved on naural resources. Accordng hs dea vacan los should be axcv-accordlng value whch, r locaon gave m hc buldngs should no be axed. He mananed ha producs -labor sho-uld no be axed, for by so dong w-e would lessen producon.. Mr. Codman's alk wa.s followed by -a-uvely-«for.mal-ubcus*4on, Vcsl SloUders 20c. lb. \>L\L Lfg.s 18c. lb". ' RouJl 20c., 22o. b. Scv PlcccH 10c., 18f. lb. fs_swo<«sl 32c. % Muckcrd 20c. lb. ' Oysers 33c, pn Cnm's 20f. "pn SmdLs' jjalons Shrmp, Ec. J Vl'.Gl-n'.-\BLES 'ouocs 47c. >cck; Buslcl (OQ'lbs.) Sl.85 S(m.sl Pupkl Celery Tomaes BruecLs Sprous DRED FRUTS SunU Clura Prmc«le. lb. '. Pcaces 17c. lb. Jrgc Prunes Of. b. l-:.xra jwgo. Prunes, for ealnj;, SOc. lb. Sccdc RalslJs He. pkg. Seedless Ka,lsb.s 17c. pksr. Aprcos 23c. U>. TE.VS.\XD COFFEES Our Specal, Mocla nnd Jura Bcul 38y lb. Wble Hou>c 35c-. lb. Sans ColTcc 20c% lb. Frmosa T>ca SOfe. lb. O-angc Pckoc 'Tea SSc. lb. Englsh Breakfas Tcu 40c. lb. ;:,«F n C H B U R G MARKE?r. 420 Man Sree Tclophono FTOHBURO, MASS. Mark Down on Trmmed Unrmmed Has Every member canvass" as n prevous years, gong ou Sunday aernoon. December 9. y wll vs all homes n parsh. Fve solders were guess hs church las Sunday many are nved varous homes for Thanksgvng. Two more names have been added church honor roll, hose Lawrence Baker Waler Avery-. laer, alhough no enlsng from PeppereU, s one church members. re are now- welve names on honor roll...., oan, pres.; rs.»ju,..e sum weny doll.ars.as been U,, Sherwood, reas.; Mss receved for Armenan relef wll.. re are sxeen me be held open a. few days longer... _. Weddng. marrago o Mss Leora Khclda Bralnerd, daugher Mr..\. B. Branerd, O Kendall Shauk. boh hs wn, ok pace on Monday afernoon a Mehods parsonage. brde groom w-ere unaendcl. mmedaely followng ceremony, w-hlch was performed by P.ev. W. H. Beers, couple lef for a shor al rj., on r reurn wen r new resdence Wnch house on Man sree, whch has reconly been fed up, Poh pares are well-known here, from almos lfe-on;; re->.dence, have be.- wshes r frends. Loe WoodsSylvGser TarbelPs Block, Ralroad Sq:, Eas Pepperell.--. Refreshmens, conssng excelden cfee, doughnus, cheeje cgars w-ere served. A ho Thanksgvng church federaon servce on las Suhday evenng a Mehods church, audrum was well flled. address by Rev..Mr. Spauldlng was eloquen pleasng. Hc had closes aenon all from begnnng end dscourse. Hs ne was "Thanksgvng." A pleasng feaure - by chor soloss under drecon chorser, Alce Barle. anm. "Gve hanks un l.ord." was rendered by chor, oblga solo beng gven by Mlss Hazel Soule. chor also rendered selecon, "Be srong n Hm." wh soprano solos by Alce Barle, pasr wll 'prcach a Mehods church a boh mornng evenng servces. A 6.45 Epworh League servce wll be held. Subjec. -. parnershp hear lps." leaders for December aro P.alph W. Buck, asssed by Mss Hazel Soule. Mss Helen Marshall.M.ss p;zabch McNayr. Telephone Mr. Shauck s son o lae.rh-c roe-ha.v nkh_r«c ve j. --,,,---M.-. J..-«l.h Ardo aa --Mnrr K. Srack;-s-bc-pro.rhcm lurng holda.vs. crcle.,.--.-eled n r new home on p.,..f garage a corner eneraned as r guess - Sr- ).,ver sr.-e. where y mo'.e! onkan anl Pleasan srees. He has H lng. Dorohy Haskel Dorohy Tm,-,,u,y, Newn, was voed a hs meeng, [ j j \Vllo..'llv s go n ac chko h.- evenng o mee- 1 jj,.. l,.,.,, p,,p f,,,. jljs j[., a - - esday 111 order ha se j.,,,.,,.,..,. j,,;.. «-eek..mr- l-ml -fowne reurned her ' l,..ne a 'ee'-lan.-saurday, afer a '!;» v.-: wh her sser. Mrs H. -N". Tower. lnr.r.x: x'nf recen cod snap r.me.-r WC : a few (e:xrees ;l>o\e e;o,n nn locales ahou wn. --:re-ls.ul.j>e-. suck.-nd n some r,,-anre- con-.lerah'.e dam,ge was d.e ly prenanrely rold wear,.\ 'home.mr.. Frank P.olles, ppes leadn.' holler for ho; w-aler heanr n house w-ere froz when, was aemped sar e re mh d,mage ensued, whch (f.-[.loher.-. were called n repar. lecer.her commee L. Dorcas GUd. Dorcas Guld Souh road neghborhood w-as organzed Aprl 10, 1917, re s a consuon 111 arcles. All busness s ransaced by voe.s. Oulld has four flcers: presden, vce presten, secreary reasurer. fcers are be eleced every year by voe one-hrd membershp shall consue a quorum. lflcers for 191" are KmbaU, pres.; "Wlbur, vce pres.; ~- s Sherembers enrolled. y mee once a w-eek n Souh road schoolhouse held ffeen meengs. A las meeng Augua 21 was voed send all arcles made, 51 garmens, Rev..\aro'n Puller. D. D., <3eorgew-n, S. c., hs has been done. A collaon was served once a monh. Snce Augus 21 re have been regular meengs Guld for Specal Ad w-ork for solders, whch h.as already been menoned n hs paper. A one meengs. Danel Hardy presened hc Guld wh a large U. S, fag, w-hch hangs n a conspcuous place n schoolroom. James. Mlls, Aycr presened large Bble used n servces n Souh schoblhouse.... presden Guld wll call a neeng n January elec; oeers for ensung year. F>e-H.'rvloc*.. ngs Wednes neen;;s ho-e Communy Servee ehh mgl n"x conlc, Ms.Mne Hamln, nurse, ' her home n Concord for ThankMv- ng. j Frank T, Marsro; came up from, Bosn ake Tl.Ks,'vnu dnner w-h hs famlv a he Sewar home sead -.Mar.- s l.lannng j leave wn for.maden nex week lor wner, or.erael.v.. ll.re l.akn, wh her Uu;;her Mr-. chard-. F, '.. P.oss, wen lv au ake Thanksgvr-- lmner wh Mr. an.l ('.e.rf.-e 1-. Whalloek, l;ro..u.-ul.- farm. manv frends C. T. Dane good husness as he has been recognzed for some me as a genus n nchnerv au repar work. Tbe hrle alended publc schools n wn, havng sraduaed from gramnar school n Vl-. laer aendng hgh school for n year or more, clas- ll'ln svns up her school work on aceoun poor healh. <;rag- XoK-s lln -'rlday eenr. heard news hs slgh -all.% week wh some encourasemen. hs..!olon. hs wrng s n.. v..'l'- ' " -.1. ake s' S -.. l;;.,ne! ' ' rhurrh. hav -o snpper w h ' ' l.thmen*!.1.11 een. :.\!l.( e 'f l'naran.' made [dan- have a a l.'hrsm.s sale enn r.-nra! hal on Thurs- Hecemher r. conh' X.f Md 'all! rm.. ThuksL-Mns wh lls pr-es n. fr.m Newpo! na'.l l;..v.ll.ll.mrs.1 daugler wen.. K" gvng d.l.l n. s.on r.,,'w l- r Tl, mee.ue -Mr-.Vdd-.n Woodward..Mr ' Grll,.111, Ms.M K. Reed, Ms (-, \\-;,rd..: P.ker. John l-'rossard, Mrs U.da.n Plake,..M..\l lla. 'h. 'll Kl.. pres.,. rea.l,n - S.;s Mss,';;, comj'. for s... lv.m. laser Sr..-; -..! > ne en;, - - mor..ms. ' \v s....rd \.- Vr-lma. from W.M..P. o, Th.nKsgvns-!;, p rhn.nd ch. en w " n. p,,,,. \Ve,lnes,,T\ 1,, sp.-nl.nn.u wll her parens Ml,- ns..1.,1 hsnes. rp -l.n. \ <.\.. r>s las weel 'lllss lolon S-h..d uef.mss surgs, KM'f. fne uenl al Souh slle.. ho.dh.ns.. audenre w.s o r.on..f srm. Un nl lh..ro.shl\.p].e ae..,111.1 S..1.1 enus h\ Ml-.,nd v'l..l'l sele.'n- l'. rss.ms Srls need as ae,.s..n..rs..nd l.ll sonss h lrl-, Slnrss on -.'ln n'per wl he served ene amnen n esh fure. -Peleced glory," e. nnd s hope. ha..f chrsan Keler.- 'l mu lhe A ' n "r cansve ; f l..s week, a; moons Presco Orange, elecon olcers resuled as -follows: Mlss Kllen 1. Mller, m,;,enne.mcdonald, o.;. Hae Sewar, lec.; Adelne Tucker, sew.; Kober Gav,.ss, sew.: Mlver.M..Xash. chap.: Waller. Shauck, reas.;..oe Shepherd, sec;.-\ndw 1.. Wesselles, g- k,: ' Maude Dow. Ceres; Mss Kerha Gler. 'omona;.mrs A... Wesselles. Floa;.\my Shauck. 1. a. s.; Msv Lllan Sewar, horser; George H Shauck. ex. rom. ' \ rs. nsallaon Wll polahly no ake place unl,tanar>-, A hc meens " Grange n he h.eld on l-'rda evenng. Decemher 11. hrd fourh desrees wll he conferred. lades' degree eam wll rofer hrd, regular olbces fourh desree. usual harves feas s he served. Maude Oow. rh-trmar "f p- supper cmmee.-s.l W 1 C.'lll.Ml ve,l ded W, ( (ren,.. who has h.d eh.rse..f l.-.sudav..'rvees. nnd wfe, were nenbers "f parv rom llf' S. ho.. John Fl.-/er wen rmnn pass Thankssvns vvh Mrs -:, S, nffe.v, A; publc meens held n wn hall on Monday hy order "f board fuel admnsrars, e was bu n snall aendance neeng was merely a formal henrns sncgcsons- or complans on par lownsun. local 'le hoard servng as a Jury ',.Mller Ors soke ou suaon general srv-ev- codllo frs repor sared from flsures furnsh'd by loc.l dealer passed upon a le s.-e gone on Washlnsn. A elegram was receved Sunday from Kay Wlloughby n Florda ha hc was nmong ffy n hs dvson ho.vlalon school who w-ere be Ken norh ahd be n lne for servce n n recen loer he spoko successfully passng over one hundred or cldfcs; He recerly made a flgh, gong up 7000 fee descrbes nensalons as very pecular when d«w.s ;.'.-..\ - n.'w ll.-v-.. M. Ml'.Mlw. r.' le.; l n 1 wh h. ;.' : 1. S ml V 1-n -.'.ll.-;.1. H. H..:,..V.. p..- sh-.... ne -Pr.-.'111 Th.mk:.1 hns H. :.\!.l"'-: Wll!..l..'s v er.v f.n 111., praeca! 'n me-1 v.v dlsr.;..mss A ; l.e.m h.' h.>.s..w les pon serv -r made j has ll b.hse an.l (l'l We.l...'..;,.\.vens. a esh --'.. h.. 1'..nsresaon-l vesrv...lv.sr..-lr:l agen. a f.rmers me.'ls. r 1 ;;.l al nleresed n (.son.vf farm maaseed p. l.e peseu all.l j.l '-on, -\ same hour H.lll.ower. n be lades' vesrv. wll ad.res., "11 h..le economes A w he leld laer for.scss;..n..r comn..11 problems,.ajd or- C'lnr/r.s lhs ;n sar.lenng. cookns an.l cumns f.n '.ys an.l srls. ne.'ng - nn.e- drecl.u be C..11 lunuv servce.f.mddese ('..nv- l-',rm Bnr.'a. Mr an.l.mrs.e.-le P.eed came f.'l P..sn o; Wednesday.. spend Tbanhssvl-s a home hs mor. -Mr- M. Keed..Mr Heed came Bosn nn Mondny. He was amnng recen nms.slone.l men.a PlaLsburg. now havng r.mk second leuenan sgnal corps. Mr.. Reed, who s a nurse n a BoMon hospal, was sraned a week's Jconfllng rc arvlved n wn unex.(.ab.«eneo. accompany her husb.. xl. elll.n; e l.e.lames..n'e.l. whl. de.l..1 hospal Hos.m on -l-hr-.av r.sh; las vveek wer.- hrousb here bs home on Gro.u sree f..l..wng day. Mr. 1 '.S-.',l _was a nalv" D.ver,.\', 1!,.,d w,'. ho-n n T, one a famly f..;.-ven ehl.ren S\ hrors an.l sv-ers.r.' sll lvns-- K. -'., r.vans anl.mrs Marsare Marsh, r.'.s.'r,,,\lfed, Mavnr: Mrs.lohn VaS'r lld.ms. K G Thompso; an.l 'llfrorl 'N'ea,.Vew P.runswrk, Mr, ''Neal vvas marred Mss.Mny llo m.new Hrnswlrk. hry-llv",,,,s' He has rfsde.l n Peppel!.ho vveuv--s;\ vears, for h.' pas wen.v-nne years n l.use purchased hv hm on C.ro..n sree. Durng nros hs lme be has been emplovel as freman a paper mlls f.'.r A. Parker.«- Co..'or pas few vears he has been wachman :( Nashua Klver Paper mlls, alhoush n poor healh for a year he only gave up vvork abou four weeks as..'. He was known hy bs employers as an hones, ndusrous man. He was a memher.\, C*. V. W. ard durns years gond heallh was allllaed wh nnd a regular aendan a Mehods chll h. deceased s sn've hy n wfe: lve 'laughn'rs, P.lr.nche u'neal.. Jcs-le McMllan Norwood,.Ml'S. Mnbc Powell Wes SomervlUe. Flnreu e Gladys O'.Neal. Popperoll, Also, bv four sons, Frank Pepperell. Harry Oreenfleld. 1'oler lvcs Som'ervlle, Wllard hs wn. re are also hree enndchlldren. Servces w-ere hem a hs lae home on Sunday afernoon, hc flclalng clergyman, beng ev. -W. H. Beers. Th selecons, "Abde wh mo" nd "Bc*ul{ul sle somewhere.": woro double funeral held on P'rday las w-eek for hc wo chldren Of Mr.. Jarnes Hll, a Me.hors church, w-as' largely aended n spe ran nf hou-. r manv frends from hs place wn where y formerly lved. Brooklne, N. H.. gared n hearfel svmpahy. pasr made uchng alluson youh chldren, ha, beng much aached each or n lfe, y were now- never be separoed. Boy Scous, whch Leser was a menbe.-, aended n a hody Barre Jacobs, Harold Coop. Leon Wnch Glen Parker served as pall bearers. grls Babbaasse Camp Flro crcle, whch Vole was a memher. also aendel n a hody. four r number. Mae Kell.v. Freda Perr;;-. Ala -Wnshp Lllan Clarke acng as honorary pall bearers, am four Boy Scou.s. Leonard Dow. Verner Bancr, Alfred Parker Charle Dennen performng lqp bearers, Tbe wo caskes as well as alar were surrounded w-lh masses flowers, ncludng w-o baskes chrysanmums from famly, sprays carnaons from Sunday school, Boy Scous, Camp Fre crcle ond e.achers pupls Man sree buldng, sevenh grade, where Vole had been aendng, manv ors from frends, -'v-o selecons, "Garng home" 'Beauful sle.somewhere." were sung hy a quare composed.-mce Barle, Mss Eva Shepardson. Spurgeon Cuhberson Halph Buck. Relaves frends aendng from ou wn were Kcv. George Benne an.l Mr. Almon Weeks, Wakefleld, N, : Mr, nnd Hugh Hll, Townsend;.Mr. Danel Dunbar. Fchurg, nnd many from Brooklne, X. H, Bural vvas n Wno.la w-n cemeery u a new lo, Benne famly lo hens lllled..\lk)lu Town. nex meeng Woman's db-wl-be-hold-a-hcokregaonalve.sry on Tuesday afernoon, Decemher -. Sr. Nahanels Sprngfleld wll gve an llusraed alk on Ceylon. Or Popperell maer on,age sx. SHRLE7 Cener. Vola Bonney. o Worceser. s spondng a vacaon a home her parena. Mr. Mrs Henry Farrar, a Norh; Mss Mldred' Evans, Boln, spen Thanksgvng holday a home "Of her parens, Mr. John W. Evans. - Eva L. Marsh lef on Monday r Souh Carolna, where she s spend vvlner. Marons' Ad socey meeng whch was be held on Tuesday wh.mrs Henry Farrar. a Norh; was posponed on accoun Thanksgvng. Hale P. Holden Rober H. J. Holden spen Thanksgvng a home Mr. Harre P. Barnard, a vllage. Mlss Marlon L. Holden. o Souhboro, spen Thanksgvng a home her parens. Mr. Herber Holden. Mr. Henry Farrar famlv spen Thanksgvng n Leomnser a home r daugher. Benne. Earl A. Graves cu hs foo wh an axe on Monday que badly, requrng servces a ;;h.vsclan dress..-v comv.;ny sng was held on Sundav ev nns a home Alber Adans..-Vr w-ll be held on Sunday evenng a v'.'.c home Mr. Mrs H. F. Grou a: seven o'clock. SKXS VASTED Mnk, Fox Muskra Skns, for w-hlch w-ll pay marke prces. Send by express or by parcel pos receve reralance by reurn mal; H. A. GOODRCH, 53 Hghl Aye., Flchburg. Mass. 2lS' 510RTG.\GEE'S S.\E OF REAL ESTATE X H.ARV.\RD, MSS. Xow. Adversemens By vrue o a power sale conaned n a ceran morgage deed gven'by'mchael F. McMahon Harvard n Cbuny o 'Worceser n Comrfonwealh Massaohuses Parck McMahon ond Mary E. McMahon sad Harvard, daed JFebruary- 10, 1909, recorded- w-lh Worceser Dsrc Deeds. Book page o29, wll be sold a publc aucon upon premses on Saurday, ««ny-nnl day December, A; D a wo o'clock n hc afernoon. all sngular premses conveyed by sad morgage deed ren descrbed ns follows: "A ceran rac o l suaed n sourly par sad Harvard on weserly sde road leadng from.sxncaser Boxboro, conanng hree (3) acres more or less..lso anor rac lano conanng en (10) acres more or less suaed n sad Harvard on sourly sde road from Harvard Boxboro. MEVT CTTER WANTED -VT OVCE Shor hours; good wages,.\oply SHP.LEY CASH MAF.KKT. Shrley. Mass. PcppcreU Branch, R. C. S. follow-ng w-ord cones from James Jackson, dvson manager New- Eugl. who requess ha hs saemen be publshed, namely ha dem for all kned goods, sweaers, mufflers w-rsles has been beyond hc cajacy dvson- -fll, hence hs.necessy has oblged Naonal P.ed Cross buy n marke fve hundred fory machne made sweaers. So all women are urged connue r knng gve r bes effors f-om- novv unl January frs. commsson n France made one nllon sweaers, n addon hose needed by our own boys!.-nd Judgngby w-ay our solders salors w-elcome.bem. especally a ngh, manager feels ha women New- -:ngl wll be glad work even harder gve r bes effor lnc-ea.se our oupu gve hs reques publcy. local branch held a busy afernonn meeng a Man sree grammar school buldng on Saurday, Xovember 24. nex regular meeng wll be on Saurday afernoon, December 1. a wo o'clock sharp, as days are now so shor. Tbe branch graefully acnowledges a gf en dollars add r reasury. A supjly flne yarn has heen secured gven ou wang kners a large order sen.oweu for more. CARD OF THANKS We desre express our hanls apprecaon frends neghbors wlose kndness ender sympahv neans more n hs, our hour doub'le afflcon, han we can express. MR- MRS. J.\MES HLL. -las Vpperell. Nov. 2S, J'T..v LTTLETON H'l Trluglc CmMlgn. Kv exendms me one week comnlee Red Transle camjagn are ade repor ha Pejperel has rased over $1032 fnr \- M. C. A army work. re were abou 400 sulscrbers $80 s pledged, bu no ye pad, $9.12 has been sen campagn hendqarcrs n LoweU. Alhough hs w-n dd no reach le amoun asked for. commee feel ha people 'eppcrel dd weu r effors wll help.safeguard men n hc camps a ho fron. commee ss re.dy receve ransm furr donaons..mav people have sacrfced n order help. One woman gave a J2.50 gold jlece. gven her as a brhday preson some voars ngo, whch sne had been lavng by for a lmo nocd. Ths she gavc. Such gvng s wce blessed. blesses hm who gves hlm w ho receves. Men's Club. Men's club held r regula; meeng Monday evenng, -November 25. n Saunders' hall. Seven new members wero aken n- * '.ecv neresng UHc was gven. y:.speaker o hc evenng, John.9. -Codman Bo»- Now-s nv..mr,. H, H, Thomp,son wenl Sprngfleld for holday. n acc.rdance wh acon sns commee aken n Sepember Sunday mornng servce Baps church w-l be held n vesry durng wner season, begnnng nex Sunday, s. reducng fuel or exjenses. whou dmnshng, s hnjed. value servces. Llen frlend.s have receved ho follow-lng announcemen: Rov. Thomas Legae Fsher announce hc mnrrage r daugher. Ruh Wsar, Cap. Jonahan Harwell Harwood. Feld Arllery. V. S. R.. on Wednesday. November 28. AU Sans church, Peerboro. N. H. Llen people may expec local drve n neres hc Y. W. C. A. fund hs nex week. quoa for hs wn s $200. Wha s your share? J. HarwoU Whcomb eneraned on Thanksgvng day all her chldren. Mr. nnd Arhur Gardner, Nashua; Mlss Flora Sprague. Lowell; Mr. Marshall nnr Mlss Relle Marsholl, Sw, Josephne Holn, Flchburg.. J. 'VV. Thacher daugher w-er holday guess hc Joslah P..Thachers.. Mlss Hale Shafer, New B.edford, came home for hohdav»]9a8on. j;.'v'. DoddB' famly.epen- holday wh Dodd6':par«n*.n-Allsn.. '., '' "' - ' '.'.'Xf'' REPOT OP CONDTON o Tow-nsend Naonal Bank, a Townsend. n Sae Massaohuses, a close busness on November -'), 191 ResourceH Loans dscouns $19:,010,4s Noes blls re- _,dscouned-(or. _ han bank accep-.,,,_. ances sold) r.' $lb4,4 Overdrafs, unsecured U. S. Bonds deposed secure crculaon {par value).berv Loan Bonds, unpled'ged, 3 - per cen 4 per cen - - Secures or han U. S. bonds (no ncludng scks) owned unpledged Of,OS?,6 Scks, or han Federal Reserve Bank sck Sck Federal Reserve Bank (SO per cen subscrpon) Value bankng house... Lawful reserve wh Federal Reserve Bank Cash n vaul ne amou-ns due from naonal banks Checks on banks locaed ousde cy or wn reporng bank or. cash ems ',;".'D.'.V5 Redempon fund wh u. S- Treasurer due from U. S. Treasurer 6, :o.oo 11, SOO ;oo.oo S»4:,l5.5, 1100, , l Toal Llablllea Capal sck pad n;:'. Surplus fund Pndlv-fdcd prs $23, Less curren expenses. neres, axes pad 'mg'"!'."..". ".'.. "!".*" 100, ndvdual deposs subjec,,,,, check...'.. "-'5J'S Dvdends unpld,.' ; -"-"'' Toal dem deposs-(or han bank deposs) subjec '*«Y (,., Cerfcaes depos (or han for money borrowed) ; Toal me deposs subjec Reserve $10, Toal, ; $ Lables for redscouns, ncludng hose wh Jederal Reserve Bank $0,562.5O Sae o Massachuses. Couny Mddlesex, s»:. C. B. WUard, Casher o above-named bank. d»»oeronly fwear ha above aaemenl 1» rue bes my knowfedgo anjj belef. \ C, B. 'VlEAf Casher.- -Subscrbed 4'nd sworn. before ~m«hs 28h day o Nov»mbeT, J17. T. James HArv6y.;Noary PbbUc;,; 'Correc Aes:,,-';'- ''-: '-,'. Henry A. Hlflr,'. ' ' ' Roberl O. -PsssendeB, Aso anor rac l suaed n sad Harv.rd on hc easerly sde road from Lancaser Boxboro, conanng foureen (14) acres more or less. above hree racs l are same conveyed by Mchael F. Mc Mahon Parck McMahon by deed daed May 23d recorded w-h Worceser Couny Worceser Ds. Deeds n Book 1760 Page whch deed record reference may he had for a more parcular descrpon sad racs l. 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