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1 iljfl HUKlUNUH'OtN FKEMl'KKStt: THURSDAY, M A Y 11, lM
work nt Knosbttrgh Falls, nnd Miss J
Clam Slncy hits returned to her work1
In llurlltiKlon. Tho pnroehlul school
opened ut thti Roman Cnthollc
Church Monday, Muy 8. Tho family of
B. II. Carpenter, who havo been III
Willi Oormnti measles, aro brttor, nnd
nolo to bo nhoiit.
A meeting of the Y. V. C-. T. IT. will
I.e held Saturday evening tho 1?th nt.
Ihr Fnptlst vestry Ooorgt! Fainter In
suffering from blond poisoning cnusrrl
bv ottlnf? a scrntch on two of his hands
while Bltlnnlnt- n m ,npiiltv.-Mls,
Jrnn MncDonald, 11 trained nurse, from.!
llmllimtr-n Is raring for Mrs. Ellznboth
Claxton, who Is critically lll.-Thc pupils
nf Miss Ella Smith's school in district'
Ni. 12 aro rehearsing with those of
Miss rlnxton's school nt MonKton Rldgo
fur nn entertainment which tncy nro to
give at the latter plnre In tho near fn
turn. t)r. Vivrney has had the root nt
his house newly covered. Tho Roman
Catholic Church Is being much Mnnrov-
nl with a coat of paint as It also the
dwelllnr of Curtis Eno.TLo prayer
meeting of tho W. G T. If. which wait
tt. have been held with Mts. B. 11, Knn
last Wednesday afternoon was postpon-
cd until Wednesday tho 10th. 'I ho fro-
eiuent showers of last week havo Im-,
proved tbo looks of the grass In this sec
tion Hurt Edwirds. ot tho ttnrllngtim
Itepalr shop, was In town Inst week Fri
day and Monday nnd Tuesday of this
week making repalis on tbo tngino .it
Mountvlew creiimcry. Tim little daugb-
ter of Mrs. Clcorgla Hardy, was very 111
Sunday with convulsions. H. H. Cl.ix-
ton. rural mall carrier on route number
run Is to have a month'!- vacation from
duty l.eginning Monday the Sth bis sub
stitute, Thomas Hart, taking his place. I
David Tnrbnx of Moiitpebr Is visiting illcil Saturday morning with a stroke ot
friends in town. Webster l.otkwooil of apoplexy, was held at the house Tues
C'alfornla arrived In town Monday and is day morning at 10:30 o'clock, the Hcv.
Ftopplng at Welmnn Walston's. John F. Harnby l,enoh ollleiatlng. At a nieet
Wlss tiled ,it the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ing of llio local base ball enthusiasts
V. B. Wood Monday nftira long Illness. Monday night it was voted to support
Ills niece Mrs Wood has bteu devoted a team here the coining season and Join
In her caie of him. lie Is the last of a the Franklin County league. The fol
family of seven children. The funeral lowing olllcers were elected: President,
was hflrl at his lato homo Wednesday I r. K. P. Lunderville; secretary and trrns
iiftctn i' . at two o'clock. urer, Henry Clark; directors and man
Mr ind Mrs. Nlles of Hurllngtnn aro ngers, Ahnnn A. Oate, Carroll Mitchell,
visiting with Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Marshall. Walter IuuUr. At a meeting nf tho dl-
The Onaway club met with Mr. and rectors Almon A. C.atcs was" elected
Mrs C I). Warren Tuesday evening. chairman. C. A. Hull of Berkshire was
Loyal Foster is very low, his daughter, 1 in tills place Tuesday.
Mrs. Wadlclgh, from Michigan, is assist
ing her sisters to rare for him. The bod- I
ies from the vault have all been burled
Vmt one Tho Onaway rlhb will hold
their next meeting in Talcott at the homo
01 ah. ana .Mrs. it. 1. juicuii,
Mrs. lMua liuinett and son trom I'nder-
hill weie nt Miss Jennie Hurnett's re-',.,
cently. Mr and Mrs. licit Harrow ll lVO
p gill bah -Miss 1'or.i Keefu has r- I Vintlnp her daughter. Mrs. lohr, Ken
turnrd home alter lit r visit with friends I drlrlc. Tho.Rev. Mr. Cota of l!ox Jtuic-
In St Albans. Mrs. Merchant Is impiov
lng the interior of lh house she recently
purchased and will s ion niovo into it.
F. A. Fuller Is confined to the houe
by a serious and painful injury to his
foot. WWilo working on his land Monday
he accidentally stepped Irom his harrow,
n tooth of which penetrated deeply Into
his foot, making a severe wound. Tin-
ttcv. C U. Gill of West Lebanon, N II..
formerly pastor of this church, has been I
(pending a few days among hi many I
friends. Thero was a special meeting for I
male members of the part-It bouse last
Sunday evening. There are Improvements
being made at the cemetery. Tho Ladles'
Aid society hold a strawberry festival at
the parish houso Thursday night. Tho
Ladies' Aid hold a business meeting'
Thursday nfternoon to decido upon
plans for the Fourth of July. Thorn was
a meeting of the Village Improvement so
ciety Wednesday evening, to arrange; for
mowing tho park during the season, etc.
-Henry Mallard and family moved to
nurlington Thursday. They havo en
gaged a tenement on Church street. M.
T. Scott was In Wllliston Tuesday over-
seeing the interment ot Mrs. 1'. M. John-
son, who tiled last I. inuaiy anil was
placed in the letelving tomb.
Miss Helen Smalley of Middlesex has
been visiting in town. The funeral of
the late llenrv McN'ulty, who died nt W'l
nooskl last Saturday morning, was at
tended ftom tlio Catholic Church last
Monday morning, tho Ilev. Father Ther
len officiating. The burial was In tho
Mrs. Charlotte Sinclair Newell, one ot
the oiliest and most highly respected
women In the village, died at her home on
Mam street early Saturday morning after
a short illness. Mrs. Newell had been in
poor health for some time but was not a winter hotel in LaKcwood. N. J., since
taken serloiisl ill until about a week Christmas, arrived hemic Friday night,
ago nnd her death came sudtlcnly. Mrs. n the return trio the young ladles visit
Newell w is 1,0m in Kssex "il years ago eel their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. J. Charles
and was mnrru d to John Newell, a well nunhch, tif New York city for thiee
Known merchant of this village at that weeks. The Misses Hubbard expect to
time, since deceased. She was a sister of K" 10 "iri Sunset House, White moun
tho late Orvllle Sinclair and the lato Mrs. tains, about June 13. Mrs. F.unlco C.it
llorare Tinrrott ami was the last survivor lm is visiting her son. T. F. Catlin, In
nf her generation. For many years alio Sheldon. -Mrs. Lena A. Graves, a former
was a devoted and beloved member of resident, visited in this community sev
th Methodist rhur.-h. She was greatly prnl """J' 1;i-t week. Miss Ruby Holmes,
riven to charitable deeds and by her wno ls f flilns in Franklin, spent Sun
cheerful nnd optimistic disposition and !lt ,lomt.
beautiful Christian character was be
loved by all who knew her. She is sur
vlved by one daughter, Miss Elizabeth
Newell, and by four nephews, Henry T., '
Frank O., Samuel T. and Frank S. Sln -
clalr. Tho funeral wa.- held Menday af-
ternoon at 2:30 o'clock from the houso
with Interment In Green Mount ceme
Henry McNulty died early Satunhi"
morning at the home of his son, John Mc- the same George Rogers and dnuchter,
Nulty, at 95 Km t Allen stieet of heart ' Anna, who have been spending the sugar
disease. Mr. McNulty hail been in failing season with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs.
health but had been about as usual 011 C. Carpenter, have returned to their home
Friday. Saturday morning while dres-dng in Iloston.-Irvlng ( lark has llnlshed
ho wns seized with a fainting spell and work for C. F. Corse and will work for
within a few minutes had expired. Henry Fugetie nianehard. Mr. Corse lias
McNulty was born in County Sllgo, lie- concluded his services with George Hall,
laud, in IS24. and wns then-feire M years vunamninn V AT T
of age F.arly in llio ho emigrated to, IiHWBBUKUH rAJjlj.
Montreal, P, Q where ho made his homo1 C, L. M.irah and !!. .1. Tyler left Friday
for some time. He later came to Vennoiit' night for Now York, wheie they will !
and settled In Jeiicho nftcrwartls moving I Joine d by II. W. Allen of Uurllugton
to Underbill having resided In Vermont j and Henry Clark of Orange, N, ,T,, and
for about SO years. Two years ago he pioceee to Washlnrlon, via. Gettysburg,
came to this village to make his homo iheif ultimate destination helm: Man
wlth his son. Ho wan mairled to Alary assns. Vn , where they will attend n
Baultry about j years ngo nnd to them mooting of tho Army of the Potomac,
were born 10 children but one of whom May !) nnd 11. A rffculnr meeting of tho
H now living, John McNulty of this vil- W. C. T 1. will bo held with Mrs F Tl.
.... 18 nlHO survived by six grand-1
children The remains wero tnKon to
Underhlll Monday morning whero serv
ices were hold at Bt. Thomas's Church
nnel Interment was made n tho family
A real estato transfer was affected Sat-
Mr. Mild Smoker X
"Golden Wedding Junior"
It is a 10-cent cigar in a 5-cent size. The quality will
surprise you. At all dealers.
O. C. TAYLOR & CO., Props.
m tiny when Mrs. Matilda Ookoy, wl'fo of
Frank F. Ookoy, puroltiised tho Joint It.
Robinson homestead nt thu top of Wcs
ton's hill near llio Wliiooskl I'urki con
pIiUtu tlni, nnniln.'il.
Joseph 1. Iloaeilcy of Mlddletown
Springs has been engaged by tho water
coiiimissle,ncr.s to hnru nn nrterlun well
nt the (llll linmk. Mr. Ifondley with his
men begun work lust Friday nnd bus
now . reached n depth of 40 feet. The
water committee Intend to go to n tit plh
nf f.00 feet If necessary to roach water.
If till! water nt mm orpin is not. tiesir
nble they will go deeper and It quality
Is then lacking they wilt dig another
Tho team recently incized by the ens-
toms'from N. Moire for fraudulent entry,
as immlgrnnts's effects, was soM at ten
o'clock Friday In ftonl of the customs
house, tho entire outfit brltmlng $18,50
C. F. Smith got the horse at $117.
With n fierce south wind blowing Swan-
ton had n bad half hour lato Friday
' , !,.,, n i'r,t.ml nliirni w-fis tmnnrl.
v-vv.i.,.-) ...... ...
d for a smart Ilro discovered in tho
upper part of the Hotel S wanton barn,
lluckets of water wero retorted to ut
llrst, followed by two good streams turn-
td on by the lire department, which re
spomb'd proniptlv. Tho lire was handled
berore much progress .had been made,
'I ho loss was small. Tho origin of the
tire Is unknown.
I The funeral of Mrs. Carrie (Mcars)
Smith, widow of Henry .1. Smith, who
,;. (!. Orion and F. A. Wood went to
j-.,st pr.,)liire May S and cot solve
,r.-e.s The Rev. It. O. Hunt does
mnch better. Mrs. Ckon
quite sick. Miss Nol-
ol West ford is earing for
her -Mrs. .ll.bn Hnvco of St All.:ili.
tion preached atthc L'aptlst Church fjini
l.'.v. -U. O. Orion has moved into tho
Lewis Storv house Howard (lowland
and Fdwaril Carpenttr went fishing
Snnda and brought home about 7f lisli
C. J. Feriruson of Burlington,
siipc rintciidi nt of the Anti-Saloon
League, will speak nt the Baptist Church
tiojit Sunday morning, May 11. and at a
union servlee at the Methodist '""hiircl;
in tho evening. Mr. Ferguson is one of
tho ablest speakers In the State. Come
and hear blin. Mls STary Phelps went
to J5oton Satu-lay and expret to bo
gone about a week -lltlng frit nds. Sirs.
John Hoyce nnd Mis. John Kendriek
visited Mrs. Kovce's dnuchter, Mrs. t 'lil
ting, of Cambridge Saturday. t '. II.
Hoeman spent May I and 3 In St. Al
'r. and Mrs. Frank Ixiukt and Mr. and
.Mrs. Frank Simmons returned Monday
from Chartley, Muss., where they havo
resided for tlie past year. Mr. and Mrs.
I y. A. llaldwln entertained a parly of
I fnuids Thursday evening, May I, It being
Mr. IJalrlwin's birthday anniversary.
Mrs. Harold Morey of lliglig.ite is visit-
ing her mnth"r. Mrs. T. H. Start. MUs
Je.sK Slianli 1 of Waterhury is vKithn;
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Shanley.
II. J. Itnlilco passed Sunday with
Ills family at the home of W. H. Noble
Mis. K. J. Gibson of Knosburgli Falls
visited at 13. A. Austin's recently. M.
O. Hicks iias moved Into the houso
owned by Mr. llrown. A May dance
will be held In Forester's hall Friday
veiling. C. . Chaffee Is moving his
iamlly Into rooms in C. P.. llurlcson's
Misses Cirri" and Florence Hubbaiel,
who have had positions as waitresses in
Tho Hry. Mr. Vonhagan, the Congrepa
tional minister in Cambridge will preach
at the Center next Sunday at 1:3a o'clock,
N. W. Church, who lias been sick for
several weeks, is Improving slowly.
Kugcnu Klancliard has bought the old
farm formerly owned by Ahlal Uctherbce
nnd will soon begin extensive repairs on
r.nialce Saturday May 1?; subject.
'V-hrl.ttlnn Patrlotlnn." F.nosbr.rgh Falls
continues to sustain her reputation at
(mil piavlng, winning two out of the
three cames In which she was Interested
last Saturday, Two games were played
on tho homo grounds. Tho town team
defeating Montgomery by n score ot 8 to
:! Tho Juniors with the tllchfnrd's play
ed n snnppy nnd Interesting Kame, which
lesiitlcd In a scorn ot 1! to fi . Tho Stars
wen te, Hkhfnrd and got beaten by 11
sroro olU to 2. 'Iho high school are to
plav Urigham Academy hero (he 10th and
a lively game Is expiclcd. Tho Homo 1
Guards nnd Mother' Jewels nro to meet:
wun Bponror lainiwen Faiuroay, juay
ll. Tho Ladles" Aid nro to serve supper
In tho Methedlst Church Friday nfter
linnn from T..10 to nevcn o'clock. V, A.
lrlh Is ngaln lll.-W. K. Hurt of T5ur
lingtnn was In tonn Monday nnd Tues
day, Arthur Lavery has vacated bin
houso moving to liurllngtnu. The Rev.
W. O. Mason will move his family into
tlio houso vacated by hirn mon. Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. Vaw nro visiting friends In
Hyde p.atk n few days. The music
schoJnrs of Miss C. F.tnlly C'nrpenter arc
to five an entertainment In Opera hall
Friday evening, May li, tho ptocccds
being for a fund to pay for tnmle and
A double team owned and driven by
II. W. Towlo got frightened In tho vll
lago last evening nnd ran away. One of
the horses, valued at 1200, had .Its leg
broken and was shot. Miss Anna Stacy
of Charlotte, teacher In the grammar
grade of tho village schools, has been
chllgcd to resign her position owing to
III health. She Is still hero but unable to
tench nnd her successor has not been
Ira It. S. Falibanks passed Sulurday
and Sunday In Hurllngton. tho guest of
Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Shattuck. Miss Allco
A. Hay Is the guest ot Mrs. J. N. Jcnno
and other frlenels In Hurllngtnn for two
weeks. Francis King Is t-erlously III und
there Is little chance for his recovery.
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. II. Cull were uuests at
Ira Fairbanks' Wednesday, May 3.
Charles Scott has Improved ills house by
clapboardlng.-MIss Ithoda. Hamlin went
to West Milton Sunday, May 7, to visit
her sister, Mrs. Lansing Snow, who has
ben nultu 111. but Is Improving somewhat.
Miss Una Scott Is able to ride out, af
ter an illness of t ight weeks. Mrs. K.
A. Ilartlett was in Hurllngton Saturday
The Ladles' Aid society meets with
Mrs. I. B. .Tncelyn this afternoon. Mrs.
A. O. Austin has gone to Springfield,
Mass., for n few weeks' Hay. She will
visit her daughter, Mabel, and also re
ceive medical treatment at .1 hospital
there The Christian Endeavor meetings
of the Congregational Church are to ho
held at 7:30 on Sunday evenings during
Mrs. George Campbell of Ware, Mass.,
Is tho guest ot her daughter, Mrs. Lewis
Bushey. Miss Alice Fnssett was home
from St.Albins over Sunday. Mr. and
Mrs. Oscar Hubbell have returned home
from Amesbury, Mass., where they have
been passing the winter. They were
accompanied by their little granddaugh
ter, Helen llooely, who will p is the sum
mer with them.
H. II Clapp was In St. Albans Tues
day. Dr. C. V. Hcgue of Newport was
in town Monday. Mrs. V. D. Tnvlor of
Illehford with Mr. and Mrs. M. V. li
lor. who have Just returned fiom Texas,
visited at Mr. George Porter's this wick.
M. W.- Dawney returned from Km line
ton Monday where lie has been for the
removal of shot from ills wrist discovered
h the use of the X-ray Instrument. Mr.
Pnwney is the vouog man whet was ac
cidently shot while hunting about the.
middle of December. Mrs. Helen Wil
cox of Leoiiinster. Mass., Is In lown,
Mr. nnd Mis. C. T. Hall went to St. Al
bans Tiiesela", Miss Lena Rowley is
home from Dover, N. II. Mildred, tho
three ear old daughter of Dr. H. T.
rirown, fell with a stick In her mouth,
while at play Monday, Injuring her
throat quite badly
II. L. Wilson and daughter spent Sun
day In Montreal, P. y Horace Colnirn
has sold his place to D. Roseoe consid
eration:! JlO'fi. .1 A. Reus" is going to
move In the house vacated bv Mllo C'-.flin
instead of tb" Ira Smith house as stated
last week. The Rev. C. J, Peteison at
ti ndeel the quarterly mectng nf the
Northwestern association of Congrega
tional eicrgynier held In St. Albars Mon
day. Marvin H idd of, UOstop, who has
been spending the past week at his
fathers. Frank llaild, mVs returned.
Mls Rlanche Waoleigh wjlo has been
teaching in Hannlah Mefro academy,
Rustertown, Mel., has returned home
ninlno Stanley has entered the employ
ment of I. W. Paul. .Mrs. A. P. Poiid
Is (.pending a few days in Illehford.
Hir.nn Skeels) of Milton Is In town
vMIIiib his grandiv'ither, Mrs. Mary A.
Skirls. Miss Mattle Stumpf is quite ill
nt the home of If. J. Lyon. Mis. D. W.
Steele is tpittc ill with the grip.Mrs.
Henry Stitnets leff town Saturday for
n week's visit with relatives in Shorehaiu
and Mieldleijiiry. J. I'einieioy of Fast
Fairfield was In town lust week buying
ninplr sug.i". Miss Hertha MaeArthur Is
spending the week will friends In Bur
lington. Mis 1 Florence Pemeroy of
Fast Fairfield was in town lust week.
M. J. penolt is spending the week In
IMslon M,f-.. Mrs. George Clifford and
ion of St Albans are visiting Mis. Cllf
foid's mother. Mrs. Mchin Lent, J, M.
Tiomliy has moved from the Ryla houso
on School street to the M. II. Loukcs
heaise on Canada street All:ert Clarke
is ;ll with a severe attack of the grip,
Mbs Hnltle Stlmets Is ill with conges
tion of the longs. Dr. Allen of Swan
ton Is attending her. Mis.', Jrsepheno
Lyon, who has been III with gilp thu
past three weeks Is convalescing.
W. P. Locklln of Illehford wns In town
Monday on legal bushiest: Miss Georgia
Smith Is quite sick. -Miss Jessie Kimball
of I Li 1 l wick is in town to ultend the
wedding of her eiaisln, Miss Georgia
(ioodspeod and Howard Parker which
took place on Wednesday. Alex 8nod
Biass and daughter spent a portion of
last week in Iluillngton. Albert Hoga
boorm has moved from Smth. Richford
into Frank Pratt's ttnamnnt. Mr, and
Mrs William Mnir.Mt ate the patents
of n bnby boy Mrs. M. A. Deuel U en
tertaining a sister from New York,
Miss I tin I n 1 1 from Waterloo, P, I., who
has been the guest of Mrs. Geoige Pat
terson has returned to her homo. Mr.
uuel Mrs. Frank Blckmclr aro (ho par
ents of a baby boy,
Mrs. Alfred Loomls died at her home
on Bpmco street nt 2:30 o'clock Saturday
afternoon of heart failure, following an
attack of tho grip. Mrs. Loomls Is sur
vived by her husband and several chil
dren. The funeral was held from tho
Holy Angels Church at nine o'clock Mon
day morning an dtho Interment was in
the 6011th Main street cemetery.
Herbsrt J. Brean, who lias oeen con
nected with the Central Vermont railway
auditing office for several yea-e, has re.
signed to accept a more renumeratlvo
and responsible position in the office of
the National Life Insurance Co, nf Mont
poller. Mr, Hrean will enter upon his new
duties May 13. '
The death ofyilrs. I.ucluda (Campbell)
Bridal Veil Flour
The Very Best for Bread
E J. THOflAS, Grocery
GRAIN AND MEAT CO.
110-112 Cherry St., Burlington, W.
Whcatley, wife of Carlos U'lieatley of
Fast Swanton, occtirreil nt her home on
Saturday morning, death resulting from
cerebral hemorrhage, Mrs. Whcatley was
6" years old nnd Is survived only by a
husband nnd a brother J 110 funeral wua
held from tho house at two o clock Sun-
dny nfternoon, the Ihv John Cameron, I
pastor of tlio First H pllst Church olll-
elating. The interment was in the South
Main street cemetery.
Tho chancery hearing In tho case of Ho
land M. Bmythe of New York vs. tho Cen
tral Vermont Railway company, which
lias been on before rx-dov. Sllckney of
Ludlow as special master, was on Satur
day continued without date. If, It. Ilalley
of Hoston nnd II. Cli.is. Itoyeo nppeared
for tho orator arid C. W. Witters and W.
II. C. Stlckncy of Hethel for the defend
cut. Another nf tho old established busi
ness houses of St. Allinis has changed
hands In the sale of It.iwson nralnerd's
drug store and business to M. F. ! Inner
r..,t.l,.lM 1 Kni.mnpn.1 i,ir,M l l.rt
, 111, iinirms .111,1 ... ..... .
drug business and w.'I take possession
of Mr. llrulnerd's si"rn this week. Mr.
Hralncrd Is well known as one of tho
oldest nnd most p liable merchants In
Franklin county and retires from active
business life after ir. years of successful
career In the same business, 30 of which
he has been in biisuv ss for himself at
the- same old stand nt the corner ot Main
and Center streets.
Mr. and Mrs. Willi an A. Johnson of
Congress street will have next week for purchased tlio Lumnn Wheeler farm
Hoston, where they will take up their nnd have; taken possession ot It. Mr.
resilience. Mr. Johnson has been elected and Mrs. Wheeler have moved to Mor
secretary and assistant malinger of tlio rlstnwn Corners, whole they will live
National Telephone 'I' 1 blot Holder Co., of with Mr. and Mrs. Norman Thomas,
that city and Is n'so on the hoard of Mr. Decello will sell his place on the
directors. The concern owns the only plains.
practloil appliance of its kind. The com- , C, p. Greene, who recently came here
pany has been organized with $m,fie)a cash from St. Albans anil entered tho em
capital and has a large and rapidly grow- 'vy of the Morrlsvilie Foundry com
ing business. p,fny. has rented the base place off
The quarterly mftnng ..f the Fro Cherry avenue and will move his fam
Metbodlst Church of Hie SI. Albans nnd )ly t,Prt, a fPW weeks.
St. Armand Center eiretilt will be held,
on May 'JO and Jl. at the St. Armand i WOLCOTT.
Center school hot)'-". The District Flder,
the Hew W. IT. Clark will pieslde assist - I Hcntan Tucker of Hardwick visited his
ed bv tho pastor the Ilev. D. C. Stunton. "'' Horace at II. Folsom's Wednesday.
Services will be held at 7.M Saturday 1 -J"hn Reason lias been confined to his
evening: 10:K0 Sund.iN . 1. m. and preaching ,nf"l ,,v lf 1 for several days.-Ilobert
serivce 7::i0 Sunday ex enlng. , Mills went to Marslit'.cld 'hursday.-
Stephen D. Hopkins of Congress 1 ''"flf v',t I,,llr"i f!nie over from C.tbot
street was stricken with paralysis , "lay to spend a few days among
wlilln dressing yesterday morning.
The shock, which infected the left side,
was not a severe one. Mr. Hopkins
rallying remarkahly during the day
and beliiB quite comfortable last even-
' EAST HIGHGATE.
! Mr. nnd Mrs. Leo Lcninah and family
jwcre In Sheldon Spt ays Monday to at
1 te'iid tho funeral of Mrs. L- mnab's sla
ter, Mrs. Edwin Pii'' ah. ' orso Coslctt
Innil Me Willed r,f . .,11, ml One., vl.slt-
eil Fast Illgbgato Wetlnt -day as the
guests of O. S. RI.fo:X-.Mr and Mrs. C.
K. ISrltch. who have been III with the
grip, are better. Fred Macliin. Is 111 with
quinsy. Mrs. Jule Lcminili is ill Willi
grip. leo Lcmnah Is going on crutches
as the icsiilt of a mishap v. bile loading
scythes and axes into a cir.
GRAND ISLE COUNTY
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Robinson of Hos
ton Wetc the gue-ts of Juan Roblnsem
recently. Miss llai.ih Cl.irk Is Nlslting
friends 111 Burlington. Mr, Stevens ami ,
son went Tuesday to K-ie, Mrs. Juan J
Robinson Is recovering fiom her recent
illness. Tho Hell Ringed gave an en- (
tertaliiment at Kcelci's hall Saturday
Reports from the hospital in Hurllngton
are not favorable to Mrs. Unhurt Knight,
who went there for surgieal treatment
about three weeks ago, but lb" doctor 1
hope that in two or tnc weeks morel
her strength will be such that the neies- '
sary operation can lie perlormed suc
cessfully. Miss K. D.iw'n lloag has been
obliged to give up the city school and go
to her home 111 ("Irand Isle, Constable
Henry A. llauen is yet in the hospital
ill Hurllngton, where be was successfully
operated upon for a tumor 011 the sldo
of his head, Mrs. Maig.net Hasten of
Noyan, P. Q., was in town last week
looking for some one to work her farm
In Jerusalem. W. II. Ilazen is offering
30 cents a pound for unwashi'd wool.
It has not been settled yet whether the
Rev, Mr. Clapp will remain here another
year or not. This town has a good par
sonage and a majority of tho church
goers are In favor of a minister and his
family occupying it as has been tlio cus
tom in years past,
Jeiseph Hoyce clerk for M. I,. Dean
and Miss Myra Gaelbols of Isle La Motlu
wero married at the Catholic Rectory
In this place Tuesday May . Ieo Frwin
of New York Is in town called here by
tho serious Illness of Ins mother, Mrs.
M. M. Frwin. A daughter was recently
born to Mr, and Mis. William Sheldon.
.Mrs. M. M. Frwin, who is ill with pneu
monia is reported better and XV. M.
Lymun Is Improving. Missi s Fannie and
Charlotte Gordon hive ictuiiiid from a
three weeks visit In New York. Miss
Avery, evangelist, conductee! services at
the town school bouse Sunday nfternoon,
Miss Leonn Rockwell has bought tlio
Hnynes residence at Albiirgh Centre,
owned by O, H. Hlack of Newton, Mass.
A son wns born to Mr. and Mts. Hcr
mon Dennis the ad Inst.
ISLE LA MOTTE. j
Mrs. Allen Huchannan has returned to
her home In Alhurgh, Mr nnd Mrs.
Albert I'm her have gone to Alhurgh for
a few days sta. Miss Pennlman lias re
turned to her homo in llartland, after
Burlington Animal Fertilizer.
'spending several weeks with her sister.
Mrs. R. L. M. ltarnes. Mrs. Hiram Lewis
Is bctter.-flray's Crystal Hvo carnival
closed n weeks interlalnment at tho lown
hnll Saturday evening. Carroll Trombley
has returned from New York for tho
summer. W. T. Council of Tarrylown, N.
y has aliened his cottage at Plnov tiduu
for the summer.
The opera "Mlkndo" which will bo
preM tiled In nurllngton Eoon, will havo
three of the; prlnrlpaH Who took a
lending part In making the opera such
a success. In Morrisvlllc two yenrs ngo.
Miss 11 a Nlles, who has been with the
Flltzi-Scheff Opera company tho pant
season will play "Kntlsha," Mrs. rtoo.
I M. Powers "Yiim-Yuni," and Harry
,, ,, T..,' t 1.......
1 11.. j... 11"! . ma, ,11 j ..'iiiiie n . 11.11, il'III
r.ii'i' a reception Friday evening at tin
Aiademy ball to the members of tho
i sm'e.i class and their friends. Llgnt
' ref'-t limentr wt r. s rved and toe en-
Jnynhlo programme of tlio evening In-
:"""" musical ar.i uierai-y niimneis.
Newell Kllsworth has sold his farm on
the Laportc roue to James Mndgett of
Wolcott, possession te be taken at once
Mr. and Mrs. Trunk Deccile have
his children here Alylna llusle Is at
work for Mrs. s. A. Fife J. K. Wheeler,
Sr., has moed to North WoUott.
Ge-orgo Goodrich v.ns at his home here
the last of the week. Morris Darling
wont to Calai-i Thursday to n ovo a loiul
of goods home for his lsttt. Mrs. M.
P. Valleau and th'Ughtrr, Mrs. II. A.
Niycs were In town tor tho day Friday.
A dnuMitir was loir to Aden Down
Int: and wife Thursday, weight about
twi) pounds. P. S. Seril.i.er has taken his
household goods fiom -'teirage nnel mov
ed to I'rderhilt. Dr. Ned Carr and
bride ot Worcester vlited with friends
In town over Sunday.--A. J. Wilton has
returned 1rom MIddlehury win re he has
spent lb" winter. Mrs. Wilson remained
be bind for two weeks. They will occupy
ihelr home here. A. W. Flanders and
wife vi'ited in Fast Hare'wiek over
Sunday J. ( Golden letuined homo
from liuiiinqton Monti ty night.
I'h.'illes Ilublaid moved i'r. dav fiom
Ins daughter, Mrs. J. F. Wheeler, Jr.,
in Potterville to one of the tenements
111 Phillips house'. A son was born lei
t in, nee Wheeler and wife Mav ':. Miss
llle Downing Is at woik at Robert
Mills Mrs. .lohr James of Hordtvlek
spent the week with her mother, Mrs.
1. 11. Wheeh r. Mr. James comlnr down
for over Sunday.
Frank llaire ha:, moved to Richfoid.
M. C. Shattuck Is not as well. M. F.
Dean visited friends In F.iliileld and Hyde
Park last week. Mr. and Mrs. George
Hlckford of Cambridge vlslteel his sis
ter, Mis. M. C. Shattuck, Sunday, May
H. H. Straw's meadow along the river
has been rented for a baso ball ground.
Mlf-s Mary Hutts of Chicago Is visiting
her mother. Mrs. Hutts In Stowe, for
several weeks. Miss Rarbara Hurt re
turned on Saturelay from a visit to Swan
ton. Miss Clara Robinson of Hurllngtnn
vl-ited Miss Barbara. Hurt over Sunday.
The Rev. J. ej, Angcll letiirneel Satur
day from Randolph, where he spent last
week with his father, who Is recovering
from a serious iUness. Miss Mabel Tuck
1 r returned Saturday from Hurllngton,
where sho underwent a surgical operation
two weeks aao at the Mary Fletcher hos
pitalA prayer meeting lias been ap
pointed at West Hranrh Church on Fri
day evening, May 12. at S p. 111. At tbo
regular meeting of Stowe Loelge, No.
1. O, l!. T., on Wednesday, May :i, the
following ofllcers for the ensuing quarter
were Installed by II. F. Straw, grand
master: Chief templar, Mrs. II. K. Straw;
secretary Fllen Stearns; Il11nnel.1l reero
tary. lu.i Culver: treasurer, Frpest Mills;
past chief templar, O. W. Keiilleld; chap
lain. II. A. Mills; guard, Lilly Gilbert,
sentinel. Silas Stebbens; assistant secre
tary, Marjoile Wjitts; organist, Jesse
Walls, During the evening Leon Muzzy
was Initiated Into the order. The 1 nter
talnment was in charge of G. W. Kiuifield
and Included a short promenade ami pop
corn. Miss Fthel Watts visited friends
in Hurllngton over Sunday. Miss Flizu
bcth Swift, who has been ill for several
weeks, Is able to be out again. Miss
Abliy Hurt of New Itocbelle, N. Y , vis
ited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George
Hurt, over Sunday. Repairs on the Ma
sonic building will begin this week, The
lower lloor will be matin Into a banquet
hall and the third lloor will be taken
out, making 11 fine audltoiiiini of the sec
ond lloor. An addition will bo put up
on the south side
The following programme for the ob
servance of Memorial Sunday and day
(Continued 011 4th pane.)
and For Sale by
IN HUB MARKETS
Quotations on the Leading
Products In Demand
Hoston, Mny 10. Butter lias- declined
Mill further, but even at a Intuit of 2c.
Is rotniinred with the previous week,
trade Is only tiiodcrste. Ilecelpts are
iiicrenultij; nnrt the tendency Is down
ward, Northern creamery, IWrWTc;
western, 25V420He; dairy, 2325c.
Cheese is steady, with the old r,tock
wIl cleaned up. New cheese la offer
ing In a moderate way, but is not at
tracting much attention at yet. York
Mute, 14C?t4ttc; Vermont twin, 18
14c; new cheese, 12V4ginc.
Kjrgi are in Illteral supply, but prices
are steady, as the demnnd is of a pen
sonable nature. Choice nearby, '2(Kef,
21o; eastern, 1920c; western, 18(ji
Thero has been a fair business in the
local market for fruits and vegetables,
but warmer weather in necessary to
make the demand more tirRent. Sup
plies are plenty and prices as a general
rule are easier. The abundance nnd
eheapneM of strawberrlrs have caused
the demand for staple fruits to foil off.
It il Mild that the rertdpts of straw
berries would have been larcer If a
shortage of ears in North Carolina had
not prevented the shipment of thou
panel of crates.
(Potatoes show further Improvement;
tho nrrivnl.i have been less, nnd priees
have gone up about 2o. There Is a
steady Inquiry (Tor asparagus: native
stuff ha." commenced to arrive, and
shipments from New Jersey nnd the
south are large. String beans, peas
and new enblinjfes nre lower. Native
spinach is now In the market, ni wel!
ns stock from Rhode Island. Onion?,
and squashes bold firm. Tomatoes are
more plenty nnd decidedly cheaper.
Turnips are firmer. Cucumbers are
easier, and plenty of rhubarb can be
hnd nt low prh'es.
Apples do not change much: offer
ings nre not very large, and the de
mand seems (o be only for the best lots.
Cranberries are dull. Cherries are more
plenty, but the quality of the fruit is
not Tory good.
Vegetables are quoted as follows:
rotators Aroosftoolc green ninnn
jtain. ,'l.rc a bit; hebrons, 30il2c: Da
kota reds, ,'JOr; rose, ade: new Florida.
$3.rf(74 a bill; rweets. Vlnelands,
2.2." a biikt: North Carolina, SoWaYri
Ueans-ftottthern string beans, $1.7!VQ
2 a oskt; butter beans, 1.7S?j2n hnkt.
Cabbages Native drumhead. rii
1.2." u bbl; new southern, $1.2Vgl.5i!
Ctlery White. .$1i01.2O a beh.
Asparagus Native. P4Srt a box of
three dor. bcha; New Jerseys, estr.i
fnnry, $riSM.50 dor. bchs; fan,v. $2.50
r$H a doz bchs; medium. $1.50??2a doz
behs; California. 91rSl.no u doz.
lettuce, etc Hothouse lettuce. Slffi
1.50 a box of three doz heads; romaine,
"fjotiSl a doz bends; mint. ".Vo-'St a
1I07. beh: watercress, native, S. a doz
bchs; toutbern, -40c a doz bchs; pnnler,
$2 a bn.
Onions Bermudas, $1.7." a erf;
Egyptian. .?2.7.V(in a bag; liur.ch
onion'. 7iV a box; leeks, Mo a doz bchs.
Splnnrli. etc-Native splnnch. SOJffiOo
lm; Rhode Island. J1.riOre7l.75 a bbl;
Norfolk. ?lfi1.2". m ldil; beet greens, SO
5775c a bn; dandelions, 40(J?')c a lm
Bultltnore'kale, ."Kft7."e a bill.
fquashes Ilubbnrd. f.'l," n ton; sum
mer squashes. f-Wi no a ert.
loroatoee .ntive hothouse. U.Vei.'iOc
it pound: Klorida, 52.5092.7," .1 ert.
Turnips Yellow. $1.50 n bbl; white,
S1.2fiS'l..r0 n bit; litinch turnips, ITiriff,
$1 a doz bchs; French white. .$2.50 a
Miscellaneous Southerm peas. $tff
1.50 a bskt; cucumbers. S2'5i4.riO a box:
carrotn, .lfffl.2r a bit; bunch carrots,
8.Wf$1 a doz bchs; parsnips. Slftr-i.no
tl bit: radishes. 20e a doz bchs; beets,
7,VW.;i a bn; bun.'h beets, $1.70 a do
bchs; eggplants. $2 a doz; oyster plants,
$11.,")0 a doz bchs; rhubarb, 2ryac a
fFrtiit quotations follow:
Apples Baldwins. $l.,0t(?2.,-0 a bbl;
haUhvlns, No. 2. $1.25; ruets, extra
fancy, ,.'!..".ivr4; No. 1. $2.7.VT,,i; other
Cranberries Extra fancy, .fgejjf) p.
bbl; other grades, $4(56; crates, extra
fancy, $,'12,1.25; other grades, $ l .nOfji
Strawberries Norfolk, 12iflRc a qt;
North Carolina, U(&Uc; extra fancy of
Chsrries California choice, $2(ff8.,r)0
a 10-lb box; poor to good, SltftlTiO.
Hay is In moderate demand for the
bet gradef. but the market is tinn.
with a light supply. Medium and low
grades me easy, Straw Is quiet, but
steady. Mlllfeed is steady. Hay, No.
1, $lV?i7..'iO; low grades, $ll(jjl; rye
straw, $17i(718: oat straw, J10Q11.
Barrel pork has advanced 25e per
bbl, and other minor advances were
made, though raw leaf lard U lower.
Fresh beef is quiet and prices art still
ipsy, though showing only a trifling de
rllne for the week. Extra heavy sides,
IKt'O I to; good, mnOc; light. 7r(f,io;
heavy hinds, llfSTIIHc; god, lOier.) jr.
light, OfflO; heavy fores, rtU(e?7c; good,
5 1-4fr7!Uo; light. (VH J.4c.
There Is n firm market for lambs and
yearlings, witli muttons nud veals
steady. Lambs, 11(T12c. yearlings, i',j
10c; muttons, Srejl)"je; veals, OrelOo,
with fancy higher.
Poultry Is quiet, without re'rlotis
change In prices. Western Ired tin
teys, 18W20e; northern chickens, 20(3
22c and ttpwani; northn fowls, irQ
IHc; western fowls, 14(ire; frozen
western turkeys, 2122o; ve.Merii
ffcickena. IfteadOc; western fowls, Sy3
JUlic; ducks, 12 Hie.
May wheat bus reeovered a part of
lh previous decline, the not gain for
the wtek being nearly 5c. This wits no
more than was naturally to be expected
if ter tbo previoim brmk and the set.
tlement of the May deal.
New York. May 10.
FlUR-Recelpts. 17,fU bbls; expurta,
1,070 bbls; soles, 5.200 bbls. The market
waa barely steady. Minnesota patents,
tf1.fc3f35; Minnesota bakers, 4.SVtH.65;
winter patents, 5.Wi85.f5; winter straights
I5.2C054.1; winter extras, 13.KfT4.JO; win
ter low grades, 13.4504.10.
BYE FI-OUR-Markct quiet; fair to
good, Jl.4004.60; choice to fancy, $.6VS
WIIKAT-Uccelpts, 37,000 lm. sales,
3,7,A0ft0 hit futures; spot easy; except
ut the opening, when It wits fiilrly strong
on exeesslvo rains Wtst, wheat actetl
rnlher we'nk, declining -lie under last
r.lght nnd closing dull nt U to He net
declines May, 'AWIM'Ar, closed M'Ac,
July, is H-IGfS") 5-lCe, closed lb)ic; Sept.,
SS'iiftWe, closed fi'Ac
COItN Uneelpts, Sl.bOO hu; exports,
213,713 Int: sules, ".".W hu fulures; 72,000
hu iot. Spot Kteiuly. Option market
wan enilea nnel ciisler reflecting the wheat
hrenk und lleillelatlon. It closed '.c Inw
e:r on July hut Uo up nn Mny, Inllcr duo
to innnlpillatloii; Muy. MiiTf;3',4c, closed
M.e; July, S2i,,J2 3-K.e:, closed MUc
OATH-lteyelpls, C,Vi0 hu; spot steady.
PMC ll Wns steady; spring brar, 120.00;
middlings, tV.).V; elty, JJO.OO'ef.T.rt.
HAY Quiet; shipping, C5'g7Ccj good to
llini'H Firm; O.-ilveston, V) to 25 lbs.,
17c; California, 21 to 23 lhs., 19c; Texas
dry, 21 to 30 lhs He.
WOOl, -Wns firm; domestic fleece 31
ItKHF Was firm: family, HOiWJfm.M
mess, J'J.OftfJ'i.V); heef hams, tJ2.00J2 23.50;
packet, ItO.Cifno.eO; elty extra. India mess
$1 1 tm IC.V).
I.AIIU Was steadv; western strained,
JT.SMiT.sO; Nov. elced $7.35 nominal; re
fined eiulct; continent, $7,2."; S. A., JS.OOj
I'OHK-W.is quiet fnmlly. Jl.i WIRftOj
short clear. fl3.7r-ffhi.VI; mess, JI2.75ffl3.So,
rOTATOKrf-Htea.ly; I.onc Island. 1.75
p2.i) state find wenlcm, J1.3Wtl",, Jer
sey sweets, 2.(ifKf3.."'l.
TA I. f.OU Market eii'et; elty (2 per
pkc) I'ic: einintry (pk;;.s. free) r:H'c.
l'KTHOUU'M Was e-nsy; refined New
York. 171-,; Philadelphia fc TJaltlmorc,
7 vn, do. in liuivc. $..tw.
OOPt'KIl Quli-t; ll.S7'iir, 1214.
COFKKI-i-Ppnt llio steady; No. 7 Invoice!
ST.te; mild timet: Cordova. KifilSr. Tho
market fur eoffee futures opened steatlv
nt nn fidvanee- of .", points In refponso
to stoutly rallies continued small Bra
sllian reeelptH ami full uarrhorse de-llv-'
r'e.t. The eltMlng was stendv. ?,iles
were report -d of e".2,fXK) bugs, meluding:
May, Jii.Vitfii; s:,: .lulv at .ifl.it.Vf 7.': Sept.
at J7.i.Vi7.2i; Die. at J7.K'Ti7.;.': Jan. at
J7.J-.; .March at ?7..Vi; April ut J7..'-0.
SI'GAIl Hun unsettled; fulr refining.
I'io; t-t utrlfiiR.il, 0-j test, l-e ; lnolisses
si lira r, le; refhied wns eiulrt; No. tl, $j.4.";
N'fi. 7. ?vl0; No. 5, to VI; No. !, Si.Ti; No.
1". tt.20: No. 11. Jj.10; No. 12. $').f-.".; No. 1.1,
fl.fl; 1 on fee tinners 11. f.l.PCi; mould a, K..40;
rut loif. f'.7.1; crushed, f.l'i; powdered,
fC M; grnnulntcd. th- cubes, fijn.
NKW YOUK T.IVIJ .STOCK MATtKF.T.
New York. May 10.
j HKKVKP Receipt. l.?.e head: steers
, steaely; e-holce firm; hulls and uood nws
j un"hiiiif,'ed. iiierllnni cows slow; common
firm all sold. .stc-rs. $.7.Vf?n.i"- fat oxen
finel statrj f t.e;. -!,;.e.-,: bulls f3.3"1.7.; e-owa
1 7''ei 1.3.1: tables quote rl live cattle loiver
i.t U'titJ-V-- ilresstel sheep ;,te-irly; re-file-ratup
beef lower at P'.jc; shipments
1.0") iniarti-ni of beef.
LA I. VKri Receipts, 1.;,-, head- hlghcr-j
Into sales .it easier prices; veals fn.CtX'f
7:1 f-w tops nt f7.7.-., cull? fl.WtVi;
litll- en Ives .?V1v;..Vi; elressed calves
hiirlier; city ilrcsi-ed enls 57. 12 7.5-1;
eountiv tlrt-oseil f.T'iinc.
SIIi:i:i' ANn I,A.MH.S-neccipts. R..1H
bend; sheep almost nominal lut steady;
yearling 1,-nubs steaily rprlns lambs 50a
lower, clipped sheep ?C.7.Vfto.OO: clipped
lambs V, T57TH.t7.- culls f ! cvg.voi; cpring
l.i mh". fl.r.'ifid On.
lfOG.-5-Pteaily to stiong; good state
ciiicaoo rnoDcen market.
Chicago, May 10.
ie; July, S3'i,c- Sept.,
CORN-Miy, 4S.c; .luly,
old. ifiVl-i'ic; Pept., 4fiHe:
Ktr; Ilec.. 41!,C- e.ltl, 43Uc.
n. TP-May, SOc; July, 2:1 He
'I.' I2''il2.l.1: Sept., S12.01.
I.ARU-'I'er leo ih-)-Mny
7."1. Pi-pt., 7..12'i..
$7.07' j- July, 7.;;n; Sept.
.'7.17' 1; July,
WIII2AT No. J spniis, MiJO'e; No
SS4?rtTc; No. 2 reil, ! H-Ti.l.ic.
CORN No. 2, 4ic: No. 2 yellow, oOlJc,
OATS Nn. 2, 30c; No. 2 white, 33c; No,
R VI' No. 2, 73e.
I!ARl.i:v-Gooil feeding, 37TI0e: fair ta
choice liniltinp, 45lfl(-i;c.
FI.AXSKISD-No. 1, fl.23; northwestern.
No. 1. I.3I.
TIMOTHY SKKD-I'rime. f30ft.
MEPS I'ORK-Cror bl-l)-$12 20fT12.2j.
1 Altn-d'er ICO lhs)7. 17Hti 7.2-1.
SHORT RlHri-Piiles (lnose)-f7 05T7.U
Sllon,Pi;itS-Diy salted, none.
PIDKP-Shnrt clear (boxed) f 7.003
WHlPKin-diasis of hlchwlncs)-JI.:i
On the produce exchnngo to-day th
lutter market was steady, creameries 20
ii2le; dairies, lflfcoc; eges weiker ad
mark, cases Incltidid, H'se; firsts, V,i,y,t
He; prime llrsts, 16' ,e; extra, lfc; rhccsu
steady, V.uy.j He.
eoston coprnn market.
Po.-.ton, May 10.
Trading In copper stocks was of llRh'.
vol.une- to-day hut the undertone was
generally stead. Prices nere irregular
nt the close.
UUTTHR AND CHEHSE MARKET.
Boston. May 10.
IUJTTKR Was llrmer and higher
northern. 27'e2e; western, :7fi:7',4c; Yer
mont dniry, 2l'u2.1e.
CIIEESE-Steady; Vermont twins,
NEW YORK COTTON MARKET.
New York May 10.
Cottem futures opened firm; M.tv, $7.61;
July. $7.01; Am,', $7.03; Sept.. f7.HS hid;
Ort , 17.73. Nov., J7.7i. l-iel: Pee. $7.l,
J.111 , $7.s; Feb. offend f7.!'i; March of
fered f7.!V Spot closed unlet, 10 points
higher; middling uplands, fS.ir; middling
gulf, t . 40 ; gales, none.
DROP IN BUTTER.
rrlee of Creamery nntl Hairy Varieties
Several Cent I, utter.
Putter has taken a diop of several
cent du:ln tlio past week and tho
cre-nmtrv product now retails at 30 centn
a pound, the wholesale price being 23
tents. O.tlrv butter brings 2S cents at
it-t.ii' ind 23 and 21 cents at wholesale.
Fresh oi,gs aro sclllnsr for 24 rents re
tnll and 20 centa wholesale.
Tho fruit markets nre making esccp
tlonally good offerings in oranues and
tnnqn-is. Tho oranges, which nre mostly
from California, sell for ?0 to CO cents
dozen. Navel oranges are now In their
prime and tho large sises of.er the best
bargains. Bananas .ire much cheapei"
and on account of their highly nutrltloua
qualities are much in demand. They
ell at 25 fur a quarter nnd at 15. 20 and
','S ccnta a dozen. Maple susur sells fori
U cents a pound in palls, with syrup at1
11,10 nnd 11 25 n gallon. At wholesale,
pull sugnr brings 10 and 12 cents 11 pound,
wnue syrup nritigf- '- eents nnd 11 00 a
gallon. New vegetables In the market
nre home grown asparagus nt 21 ccnta
11 bunch nnd cowslips at 30 cents 11 peek.