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VOL. VIII ; NO. 3.
SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER THIRD.
PRICE FIVE CENTS
A FLORAL WEDDING
Villagers Enjoy Delightfully Unique
Entertainment at The Holly Inn.
Answers for Thirty luetion Found
in iVaniVM of Flowers M r. F. A. King1
and .nri. K. . Warfield Win.
HE Floral Wedding at
The Holly Inn Thursday
owning proved most de
lightfully unique and
enjoyable and a company
of fifty perplexed them
selves pleasantly for three-quarters of an
hour in an endeavor to tind in the names
of flowers answers for the various ques
tions relating to the happy couple.
Some of the answers given were most
clever and amusing. For instance one
answer to the question "what was his
money invested in?" was .Tassaminc (just
a mine.) Tulips was one answer given
to "what announced the hour?" and Paw
Paw to "who gave the bride away?"
Wild Oats and Nicotine were mentioned
as what the groom renounced and Carna
tions (Carrie Nation) and Sassafras (Sassy
Fras) were held accountable for those
who tried to make mischief between them.
The replies as to what the couple en
joyed "forever after" varied. One thought
they had Sweet Peas (Sweet Peace) and
another Wild Thyme (Wild Time.)
There were prizes for the largest num
ber of correct guesses. Mr. Fred A. King,
of North boro, Mass., winning the men's
prize with sixteen and Mrs. E. G. War
field, of Burlington, Vt., Mrs. li. S. Ashby,
of Passaic, X. J., and Mrs. F. A. King
tying for the women's prize with eleven
each, Mrs. Warfield winning the cut.
Dancing filled out the evening pleas
THE QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS.
Qukstion What was she like when
he first met her?
Q What was she like when he first
A lllush Pose.
Q What did she look like on her best
Q What was her object in matrimony?
Q What was her conversation like?
Q What was his rank and surname ?
A Marshal Niel.
Q How far did he come to court her?
Q What did he declare his love to be?
Q What was his money invested in?
Q What was the hour of the wedding?
A Four o'clock.
Q What announced the hour?
A Sweet William.
Q What was on the bridegroom's
Q What did he renounce ?
A Bachelor's buttons.
Q What "was the wedding gown trim
A Queen Anne's Lace.
Q What was her headdress?
A Maiden hair.
Q What was her bouquet?
A Bride roses.
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qW1io Avere the clergymen?
A Bishop weed and Jack-in-thc-Pulpit.
Q What did they wear?
(2 Who gave the bride away?
Who were the bridesmaids?
-May Blossom and Bouncing Bet.
Who was the sexton?
A John Pye.
Who was the lawyer?
Q What was the music like and who
made it ?
Q From where did they begin their
A The dock.
Q What was thrown after them?
A Lady's simpers.
Q Who tried to make mischief be
A American beauty.
Q What did the bride apply to the
groom's wounded feelings ?
Q What did they have forever after?
PISTOL SHOOTING TOURNEY
Saturday's Handicap Tournament De
veloped an Interesting Contest.
W. Edward Scott of Portland, Maine,
Wins Cup With Net Score of
Two Hundred and Eigflit.
ATUltD A Y'S Pistol
Shooting tournament re
sulted in an interesting
contest and W. Edward
Scott, of Portland, Maine
was the winner of the
cup offered for the best net score. Mr.
Scott shot with a handicap of G2 and
scored 208 net, shooting a number of
points above what was expected of him
by the handicap committee.
G. DeWitt Williamson, of Xew York,
scratch, made an excellent score of 183
and Mrs. Leonard Tufts did one hundred
and forty-nine gross. Several participated
who did not hand in targets.
The event was 25 shots at 50 yards at
the Standard American Target.
Tournaments will be held weekly dur
ing the season and on Saturdays for the
The conditions governing these events
are as follows :
Signed tournament targets must be ob
tained of Miss Sanborn at the General
Office and the entrance fee, 50 cents,
paid. These targets, attested by some
witness, must be returned to Miss San
born after shooting.
Participants may shoot at any time
during the day. No practice or sighting
shots will be permitted.
A cup will be given for the best net
score, and a Club marksmen's badge for
the best gross.
The handicaps for today's shoot 25
shots at 25 yards, are as follows.
Mr. Williamson o
Mr. Creamer o
Mr. Jillson o
Mr. Cotter ioo
Mr. Abbott ioo
Mr. Blackman 150
Mr. Applebaum 150
Mr. Warren 150
Mr. Wallace 150
Dr. Hill 150
Mr. Warfield 150
Mr. Tufts 150
Mr. King 150
Mr. Hall 150
Col. Ashby 150
Mrs. Tufts 50
Mrs. Abbott 150
Mrs. Cotter 200
Mrs. Glenny 200
Mrs. Crockett 200