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State ago, former employment and the
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MODERN IIorsH on ono of the be.st
streets In this city for sain, S rooms and
bath. Rood lot with fruit one block couth
of Pc-irl street. Terms $2,000 by July 2,
and balance to suit purchaser. Address
G. O. T., care of Flee Press. l-ll.Gt&wlt
A LARGE COTTAGE of seven rooms for
site at Queen City l'ark, ormcn
foundation, six rooms, arn shoathi'l.
we i furnished, very convenient, qui, t.
I -i'.i up stairs and down. 1'rlce VMM
est- Fur further particulars. Mrs.
Lcrnyrn Eastwood, 7 Orchard St.,
Rockwell, Conn. 131,12t(SL50,wtt
HAPPENINGS IN VERMONT
(Continued fro.-n page 1.)
din of next week liny rutting will be gen-
ontl nil through this secllnn.
After a recess of live days the work of
tho June term of Addison county court
wnii losumed yesterday morning and tho
enso of Orwell vs. Hhorehnm was at onco
called. Thin la a pauper ease. In which
tho plulntllf town claims $202 for tho sup
port, medical attendance and funeral ex
penses of Mark Donnr. President John
M. Thomas of tho college announces that
the number of contributors to tho gymna
sium fund Is now 21, a gain of M within
llin iiast month, and the fund now stands
at $11, lis, leavlnit JI4.KK still to he secured.
This amount In order to make miro of
Governor MrCullnugh's fT,.ry must bo
sub" i-rlhed within tho coming wcel;. Juno
1 A. Hnrtnn Hepburn of Sv York, '71,
nuhsorlhod to tho general fund of
JI.Vi.OV) which It Is necessary to raise,
In older to obtain the ft.001 ot
tered by the general education board.
The following members of William P.
Ilu'sell Post, No. K G. A. R., went
yesterday to Montpellcr to attend tho
annual State encampment: Commander
IK-nry J. Rail, Charles 11. Youtt, Martin
arrows, Otis Abbey, Frank Mayhue,
William J j. Cady and Edward Gooley, and
those members of William 1'. Russell
Circle, No. S, ladles of tho O. A. It.,
went to attend thu Stale encampment of
their order: Mrs. Augusta Allen, Mrs.
Joseph I. Nash, Mrs. 1,. M. Morrison,
Mrs. Hubert T. Morse, Mrs. Myron H.
Liingworthy and Mrs. Emily Rogers.
Mr. and Mrs. Ered Lougworthy and
daughter of Hillsdale. N. H., are guests
of his parents, Mr. nnd .Mrs. Myron II.
l.ahgwoithv. Mrs. Charles Prentiss of
Chicago, Mr. Frank Lasher of Happy
Vallev and Mrs. Charles Rich of Mlddl. -
bury have pone to I,niig Point for a few
tteek.V Mitlnc Thr re will bo union ser
vices at (ho Concrcffntlnnal Church Sun
day mornlnjt and evening. President
Thoma.s will preach the baccalaureate
seriTKin at the mornlntr service nnd nt
thu evening service tho Hev. Guy C.
Ijamsou of Hyde Park, Mass., cIhkh of
will deliver the annual addles h,-
foie tho various Christian associations
of the college anil the ta.nrr.il public
Mrs. Harriet Calkins, Mrs. 1). II. Cork-
ran and Knthcrtno . nrkran went 1 tiei.
day to Brooklyn, for an extended stay.
Alfred Gonyea died Thursdiy after a
year's Illness cf ltrlilifj disease. nt;od i
ynara. Ilo Is survived by a wife nnd one
son, who lived at home, two diiiKhtcr.
Mrs. Charles Itnt d ot Seneca Kalis, Mnls ,
Miss Doia Uonjta of Aildlson, two broth
ers, William Goti; Hi of I'nderhlll, Joseph
Gonyea of thin city, three sisters, Mi l.
A. C. Tabor of Mlddlobury, Mrs. nank
Fuller of Worccs:cr JIans., Mrs. Thomas
Call- of Minneapolis. Tho funeral was held
Saturdny at St. Pi ter's Church, tho Rov.
Ij. A. Yezlna of riilatlnsT. Tho beaiors
were William Gonyeu of Underhlll, Joseph
Gonyi-a of this ci'y, L. Gonyea of Uur
llnKton. Charles Rand of Seneca Falls,
Mass., A. C. Tabor of Mlddlobury, nnd
I'rtnk Fuller of Worcester Mass. The bur
ial was made In the Catholic cemetery.
Atnonu those from away who were present
besides those already mentioned wete Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Gonyea or RurlhiKton,
Frank Gonyea and sisters, Adull and
Jenno. of Worcester. Mass., besides friends
from Weyhrldiro, FenKbunr nnd Panton.
John I.es-.or died Thursday after a year's
illness from acuto lirlsht's dlseabc, nj,'ed
.Mars. Ilc-ldes a wlfo ho Is suivlved
' e son, Robert, one daughter, A;nes,
-i-tfi-.s, Mi.s HarrltiKton of Sheldon,
V FINK GROWTH of standing Pino,
Ilem.ock, Chestnut, Ash, O.ik, Ulrch
and Risswood In Southern Now Hnmp
shlro tor sale. W. V. Farr, 77 Iruell St.,
llurllngton, Vt. 30il,d&wtf
NOTICE how llttlo It costs to
thousands of readers In many towns
of Vermont what you havo to fell or
what you wish to buy. Advertise In
the Fto Pross and you will uot re
plies to your advertisement.
COM HI ISSIOXKSt V NOTICE.
P.Miitc of William .oilman. lliirllnKtiin
Tlio undersigned, having been ap
pointed ljy the Honorable Probate
joun nr tne district of Cnlttenden,
commlst.inneis to receive, examine and
adjust the claims and demands of all
persons against tho estate of William
""'. nue or liurlluston, in
sain district, deceased, and all claims
rxiiinueii in onset thereto, hereby slvo
i-jinr uiui wo win meet mr the pur.
Tu,.-,. 11 f (H-o:ilrl nl Ha nl.. ,.r ti... t
. .. I" un- v., Live ui JUI1I1 J
toii innn, in the city of llurllngton. In
' mi district, on tho 2nd Saturdays of
.iu: anu uecemher next, at 10 o'clock
a. in., on each of said days and thai six
months from the 1 1th day of June, A. I).
1S10, Is the time limited by said court for
said creditors to present their claims
to us tor examination and allnwaneo.
imtea at llurlltwrton, this nth day
m i u I it., V, 11, 1 :i Ml,
JOHN' J. FI.YNN.
Mrs. J, Illnnchard of Hlncsburfr, nnd sev
eral brothers. Tho funeral services were
held Saturday mornlnir nt East Charlotte,
Rev, ,1 A. Cninpenu officiating, nnd In
terment was mado In the Cntholln cotnotery
nt lltst Charlotte. Carl Pears of Mlddlo
bury vMted In town Saturday. Mrs, J,
C. l'ark, M. 1)., n returned medical mis
sionary to India, spoko In tho llaptlst
Church Wednesday cvenltn?. Staunton
Woodman, who has been oi'ddyliiR music
In New York, Is vlslllng hli parents, Mr.
and Mrs. W. 1). Woodman. llyron 1 furl
hurt has returned to Cambridge, Mass.,
after a visit to his Bister, Mis Robert Hut
terley. Miss Eistello Ingham of Topckn,
ICan., Is passing tho summer with Mr. and
Mrs. W. D. Woodman. Adelbort Hall left
Saturday for a visit to friends In Keene,
N. If,, nnd lloston, Mass.- Philip Ross of
Now York Is visiting his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Ro3s. The Hoy's Whistling
club team defenled the Mlddlobury Y.
M. C. A., Jr., nine Saturday afternoon by
a scoro of 8 to 3. N. G. IVlano and daugh
ter, Mrs, A. I.arron, passed Sunday with
Mr. nnd Mrs, Harry Hunt of Mlddlebury.
Mr.s. William lliiniuin and daughter, of
Agnwnn, Mars., Miss Ruth Stnffoid of
Hssex, N. Y.. Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Hurl
burt of East Freetown, Mass., uro visiting
Mrs. Robert H.itterly. Mlsi Graco D.
Klngslnnd Is at Rutland.
J. E. Donahue lost ono of tho
hores he drives on tho creamery waon
Sunday night, from colic Richard Mal
doon lost ono of his livery horses Sun-
il.i from tetanus.. -Tho marriage banns
ot James Casey and Miss Evelina Ger
vuls were published Sunday at St. Peter's
church for tho first time Mrs. Anna
Riiscoo of Troy, N. Y., is visiting her
dtM.ghter, Mrs. Charles Warner. Miss
Elaine lloyt closed her school in district
No. t, Wnltham, Friday. The Brlinlars
having no tardy mnrlts during tlie term
weie; Hi;tir.v Jackman and llaiold and
Irene Hallock. Miss lloyt has beon cn
rntri il to teach I he school for the coming
yen .-- Pen y Willis spent Sunday with
his brolber, Rich Willis, nt North Fcr
rlsburg. The P.nys Whistling club nlno defeat
ed tho Industrial school second team
Mondav afternoon by a seor,. of 17 to It.
jolm Uerwaj, who was called here by tlio
serious Illness of his mother, Mrs. J. I..
Iterway, has returned to S'-licnoctcda.v,
N. V. Tho industrial scliool llrst Irani
won fvi-r the clerks" nine Monday after
noon by a Kcoro of 13 to 10. Mrs, I,. C
(iLitig- and daushtir. Iteatrlce, visited In
lluillngton rdonday. Miss Mar'e!lpe
Renard Is visiting Mls Ethel M'rri-on
of Burlington. The Vergennes Improvo-
iiKiit society will hold a food palo Satur
day afternoon at the home of Mrs. C. IT.
( olby. Hyron Simlh of llurllngton was
In town Tuesday. Lawrence 1'artley and
fiunlly of Uuiilugton Were the guests of
Postmaster and Mrs. Thomas Mnck
Tuesday. 'Mrs. Niles of Hurllngton is
caring for Miss J. I.. Derway.
The State Industrial nlno defeated the
Ferrlnburg town team Tuesday afternoon
by a scoro of lii to 10, Miss Nellie Hayi:t
of Montpellcr Is visiting l er Mster, Mrs,
F. Fisher. Retijnni'n FUher ot Ver
mont academy Is homo for thu summer
vacation.-Mrs. IaiuIso Remind and her
sister. Miss Eva Sloan, and Miss Mnrtha
Hi.bert of Kloup Falls, S. I") , wont yea-
terday to Ausablo Chasm. C. A. Chap
man. R. R. O'Hrynn, C. T. S. Pierce, nnd
R. W. McCuen attended the masonic grand
lodge meeting nt Hurllngton yesterday.
Miss Catherine Fish Is In Middlebury.
Tuesday evening, Juno 14, Dr. nnd Mrs.
O. M. P.uinp celebrated their Both wedding
mnlversary and entertained their friends
during the afternoon and evening. Ice
cream and cake were served. A large
number weie present and several remem
brances and many congratulations nnd
Km d wlshur, were given the venerable
couple. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Grlswold and
three children are guests of Mrs. Gus-
wold's sister, Mrs. W. F. Hump. Mrs.
Fred I.. Hamilton and daughter, Ruth,
have returned to their home from Hrock
ton, Mass., for tho summer.
168 North Si. To!. 935
CalN tn.snrretl Day or Nigh.
In tho following for qulek action.
1C0 acres good land with buildings,
sto' k and tools complete, all in
fn .rable condition, low prico, easy
terms and prompt delivery owing
to 111 health of owner. Sevornl
acres good land and buildings on
nno road nnd but 2V6 miles from
village, $300 takes It, terms easy.
Ono of tho best dairy farms n Chlt
tonden county, beautiful Intervale
meadows, location nnd buildings
faultless, 7.1 choice cows, teams and
a big assortment of tools; price
and terms right. Eight-cow farm,
tip-top shape In every respect,
buildings and ftock completo and
funning tools; price, $2,200. For
tho above and others too numerous
to mention wrlto
F. II. MpIIIN.MS, Cktrx Junct., Vt.
ESTATE OF AI.I'REI) W.
Tito Commissioner of State Printing In
accordance with Section C277 of tho Public
Stalules of Vetmont. hereby advertises
for sealed proposals, for all or distinct
portions of the Statu Printing for two
years, beginning August 1, 1010. Hlds will
be received until K o'clock p. m., Friday,
Juno 17, 1010. Tho same will b opened
at tho offlro of tho Commissioner of State
Printing In Ilarre, Juno 18, nt 1 p. m,, In
the presence of such bidders as choo.so
to bo present. Specifications and forms
for bids will bo forwarded on application
FRANK Tj. EANGI.EY.
Commissioner of State IVIntlng,
Juno 1, 1310.' 130,wcd,2tA-w3t
600 Acre Farm.
A bltf Umber growlnff proposition.
1 i story house, 80 f t barn with base
ment, largo sugar works, plenty of
fruit, good boII, 100 acres of old growth
hard wood, 1,000 cords pulp, lots of
young Bluff growing. Only 3 i miles
In good vlllngo and depot, Price
only 13, too, 11,000 canh, balntico easy.
REYNOLDS REAL ESTATE 00.
1M COLLEGE bTIlEjaT,
STATE OF VERMONT,
The Honorable Probato
the Dl-trlet Aforesaid.
Vo all persons Interested In the es
tato of Alfred W. Howard, Into of Col
vwiorras, application in writing has
been mudo by the executrix of tho last
will and lestaiuunt of said doceused.
for license to mortgage the reul estate
ot wnnn said decoased died, seized
sotting fin tli in MilKluiii'n that tin
uouts ati'i ciunis against the estate at
ino present ummint to between
$J.n00.00 and 13 000 00; that said ec
eiutrlx Is without means with which
i" pay tain indebtedness; that to pre
vent a '-ictinco or said estate, to pay
the indebtedness thereof, to make ro-
pnlrs ami Improvements iiiiun bald es
late; and to preserve and caro for tho
same; and praying for Ucenso and nil
thorlty lo moitgago the real estate of
said de. eased, consisting of n farm
sltuntod in Colchester In said district,
of about 240 acres, for the purpose of
borrowing money with which to pav
said Indebtedness, mako repnlra and
Improvements upon said esfit.. t.i
prevent n sacrifice of said estate, and
for preserving uud owing for the
Whereupon. Hie said cnuit appointed
and assigned tho tlrsi dey of .lolv,
HH0, at the pr.ibnto olfh c In Hurllng
ton, In said ill-trli t, to hoar end de
i Ide upon said application, and ordered
that pulilli notice thereof be glwn In
11 persons Interested therein, by pub
lishing this order tin en works sue-
ie.-.slvely In the Hurllngton Weekly
Free press, n newspaper publlhed at
Hurlinglon In said district, which clr
culutes in the neighborhood of those
persons Interested therein, which pub
lication shall be prmlous to (lie time
appointed for the hearing.
Thereupon, you are h.-i,n nntllied
to appear before said i n.iri at ti. ilinri
and place aforesaid, nml -hov. i.nhn,
If any you have, wliv -u. h M..'-e and
authority should not be ininied
Given under my hniul. ai I'.ur.lmrlun,
In said district, this j:;ih da of June,
OILMAN P. It A Y;
roiLoiiK nastng early Vermont books
which they do not cars to keop ar
Invited to wr'to to J, U Hou'liwlcU, Hur
Intton, Vt. d-wtl
A'iuiu(c; Wlibuut l'nl.
Ilia only oIIIcm In Uurllngtou, wDtn
you cun get tenth extracted without a
particle of pMn, without taking
My method 1b uned by no otlier perioa.
No pain; no danger; no after efttota.
D,t. U D. HAKISIf,
OCtcr, tfin Viut St., nurllnartoa, vt
Olte lioan, IV In II, IU I
Mrs. i:. W. Eowden
turned from Cuba. Mr.
riled several weeks ago. The linptlst
Church will observe Sunday, Juno IP, as
children's day. Wallace Foote and Rob
orl McCtifii of Vergennes were In town
Friday. E. C. St. George had over two
uctes of potatoes killed by the recent
frost. Miss Chalmers of the high school
went to her home In Rutland Saturday.
She will not return smother year. Miss
Drury will pass her vacation In North
Uangor, N. Y. ; Mrs. Wado at her home
Miss Etella Hamner of New York Is
spi ndlng a vacation with her mother,
Mrs. I.ucretla Hammer. Mrs. E. G. Colbv
Is unite III, Mr, and Mrs. Wesley Walto
of Rutland were guests of hU parents,
Mr. and Mis. C. E. Walte, over Sunday.
Miss Mnttle Co.v of Essex Junction was
the guest of friends hoi a over Sunday.
Waiitn Elliott died In Lincoln Sun
dny morning. Ho was qulto prom
inent in Spiritualistic circles nnd well
known hero. Principal and Mrs. G.
Cordon Newell havo gone to AmhTst,
Mass., for their .summer vacation. Miss
Edith Drury went to North Uangor, N.
V Monday for tho summer. - N. C.
Santau of Hurllngton, was In town over
Sunday. F. 1. Ward vent to Hartfoid,
Conn., Monday for an Indefinite stay.
Tho Odd Fellows1 memorial si nice was
held In Odd Fellow.-' hall Sunday after
noon. On account rr the riln commit
tee, went to the n-mt;i,- and decorated
the graves. Mrs. .lessl.- Iniin-heo Steams
died at the home nf her parents,
Colonel .uid Mrs. N. I'. Diinshee, Mon
day about no. in. She Is survived by her
parents, one brother, llnny S. Diinshee,
and two sons, Nohle and Carrol Stearns.
A handsome Uli'iiiluated sign has befti
plnced over tho lront of the South Side
drill; store. -Robert Johnson of Hulling
ton Is spending n vacation with his pn
lents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Johnson Mr.
and Mrs. Wesley Walto have returned to
Rullniul. Flag day was generally ob
lieived here Tuesday. Hnslness places
end private residents were decorated
with flags and bunting. Georgo Mott nnl
Miss llertha Mott have gonn lo lloston.
Mrs. .1. H, Wilson was In Hurllngto'i
oer Sunday. iPaul Tatro has gone to
Springfield, Mass, vhcro he has em
ployment. Donald Wilson has u posl
Hon in a lliirllngton driifj store.-MlH.
David Whlto of Middlebury Is a guest
of Mrs. ( I. D. Ridley. The lemalim of
Wniren Elliott wero brought hero from
Lincoln Tuesday and Inlened 111 Green
The republican caucus Tuesday night
wax (tilet and orderly. Throe hundred
and nlnety-nlno votes were cast for tho 10
county delegates and It; alternates, Tho
delegates to tho dltrlo convention uro:
D, R. llosworth, T. R. Thorn m, R. W,
Penke, Muiray Ilourne, C. M. Hanks;
nlternatcH, W. N, McGoe, Hert Vurney,
F. It. Dlckcrmnn, E. N. Dike, C. E. Slun
"III. Delegates to tho Hlato convention
aie: Dr. A. M. Norton, Dr. G. F. Ed
munds, W, A. Lawrence, W, W. Wilson,
C. 13. Ilnthorno; altenuUop, E. C. Dike,
A. F. Gove, O. jr. Fisher, II. 0. Sargent,
W, II. Curdoll, a Fleetwood ttoRallon,
Miss Hcatrlco Perry of lllchford Is a
guest of uMl Dorothy Lwrenco, Frank
Endue baa i turned frotn a stav of "-
eral weeks In Montreal, Tho llrlstt
Amateur club will glvo a concert at tho
llaptlst Church In J'autoti next IVldajr
evening. Miss Iennro Rivers, president
tho Ladles' Auxiliary, Sons of Votor-
nns, Is attending tho annual meeting or
the Sons of Veterans In Monlpoller. Mr.
and iMrs. H. W. Estey nro nt homo from
stay of nevernl weeks nt Thompson s
point. Mrs. c. M. llosworth Is vlsltln;r
her relations In East Middlebury. l'ar
mers urn beginning to get ready for hay
ing. Tho crop Is heavy In this section.
Ilio funeral of Mrs, Jesslo DUnsheo
Stearns at eleven o'clock this forenoon
will bo prlvnto.--Ml.ss Clara Dunsheo ot
Proctor Is In town, called by tho death ot
her couvln, Mrs. Jesslo Stearns Tho Rev,
P. Perry of Rlcliford was In town yes
Mrs. Henry Brothers Is In town, cntled
by the Illness of her mother and brother.
Mrs, E. C. Norton Is In poor health.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles llucstls were In
Hrldport Thursday to attend his mother's
funeral, Tho South scliool taught by
Mrs. Harriet Allen closed Juno 8.
Pupils of perfect attendance, for tho term
weie Irene Spniildlng and Ruth Patten;
absent ono day berauso of sickness, Vcrna
Patten, Helen Tull and Merrill Patten.
Rnswill Gaines and Clnudo Allen had no
absences during school membership. The
pupils presented their teacher with a sum
of money, and r.he In leturn remembered
each pupil with a gift and gave to tho
spelling clashes, for faithful work during
the term, a picture.
Die Rev. James Ten Rroeke nnd wife
of Toronto, Ontario, nro at his old homo
here.-Mlss Mary Adams Is In lloston to
attend the graduation exercises of Sim
mons College, her sister, llolen, beln
ono of the graduates.--John Smith Is homo
from Cornwall, N. Y. Ralph Stono of
Newton Theological seminary Is visiting
his patents. William Stag has recovir-
ed fiom a Severn attack of appendicitis.
Mr. nnd Mrs. John Pnrnsworth of Texas
ire visiting relatives In town. Mr. and
Mrs. Cull Hetison attended the Smith
Wood wedding nt East Addlton Wednes
day evening. .Mrs. Cynthia Newton ot
Tacoma, Wash., has linen nbllred nt un
dergo nn operation. Tho last leports
from her were favorable. The sale and
supper bold at P. H. Smith's Friday even
ing by the girls soelely of Willing Work
ers was lan,rel attended and netted the
Boeioty J2S.4?.. Mrs. ly'",i Deyoo went
Saturdny to LrJce George, returning
Monday ruvompiunlod by her sister, Ml 3.
. A. Fisher, who Is to remain hero
several days. -Miss Mercy Elliott of
Montreal Is at D. A. Ooodspeed's Mr. nnd
Mrs. Herbert Coonrod have a daughtet
born June 12. The usual preaching ser
vice at the Mrthodlst Episcopal and
PnptlHt Churches will be omitted neoit
Sunday and a union service will be held
at the llaptlst Church nt two o'clock
Sunday afternoon, Mr. Rarsj ot tho In
dustrial school at Vcrgennur being tho
speaki r. Tho Sunday schools will hold
M.ss.ons as usual. -Mr. and Mrs. Crcorgo.
Young of Addison were guests Tuesday
ot Mr. nnd Mrs. Lea Hvyoo. Ira Shedrick
of Whiting was In -own over Sunday.
Read Commissioner Tntro Is repairing the
South Dead Creek bridge. At the re
publican caucus held Tuesday evening
.lienjamln Allen and E. A.Kms were elect
ed delegates to attend tho Stato conven
tion at Montpellcr; W. R. Whlto and J.
II. Long to tho district convention nt Bur
lington; and I G. Kent P. Sullivan, It.
Day and II. Newton to the county con
vention at Mlddlobury. Charles Spauld
Ing has recently torn down a house on his
piemlses that Is said to bo tho oldest In
town. It was once a school-houso nnd Is
probably the only one In town built of
At the annual meeting of the Ladles'
Aid Society on Wednesday June 8, at
the home of the Misses Wheeler, tho
following officers were elected: President,
Mis. A. H. Porter, vW-pusident, Mrs.
Carlos M.irtln, secretary and treasiuer.
Miss E.snvi Palmer, directresses. Mis.
Homer. Homer Chase, Mrs. Frank Gee,
Mrs. Carlos Martin, Miss, Francis Wheel
er. About $10 waf, realist d from the sup
per. Resolutions were passed and sent
to Mrs. Cynthia Moad on the recent
death of her mother. Airs. Jnme.s Squires,
n life long member ot tho Aid society.
tlnghnm from Rutland Monday, Mrs. Ij.
A. T, Waters and children returned from
Hrldport Sunday, About 100 attended
Pomona Orango last Wednesday. Mr. and
Mrs, A. O.. Dud ley aro rejoicing over tho
birth of a daughter, Juno 12. Mrs. E. C.
Jones has returned from Rutland.
Tho Rev. Mr. Dickson of Middlebury Is
expected to preach hero next Sunday, A
son was born last week to Mr. and Mrs.
Ernest Hlgelow. A hall storm visited
hero Juno 9. M. T. Wolcott Is building a
new horse barn. Mr. and Mrs. Kelts have
returned to their homo In Cornwall. Chil
dren's day wait a success with tho ex
ception of tho weather. With two excep
tions tho local i.c hools will closo this
werl,Tho Friendly club Mid auxiliary
department will meet at tho vestry tho
afternoon of June 2-1 Tho following pass
ed nuccessfully the entranco examina
tions for high school: Victor Glranl, Clif
ford Hutchinson, Kenneth Myrlck, Mar
guerite Rosrcola nnd Grace Russell.
There will be nn Ice rrenm sale at
tho post hall Friday night, Juno 21,
for the benefit tit tho cemetery. Tho
delegates to tho republican county
convention nro H. L. Wood, Frank
Fit, 1). C. Rent nnd William Gnlvln;
to tho district convention, Wl'llam
Calvin, H. I. Spoon; to tho Stato con
vention, J. E. Hodges nnd II. E. Day.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Madison Mnrlin of
Henson nro visiting his sister, itr.t.
C. D. Helden.
Church Sunday, nibles wero presented
each child ot tho school of tho neo of
sovon ycarM. Tho Mary llaker Allen
chapter, D. A. II., held Its election of
ofllcers flag day, also a short program
wa.4 rendered; Mrs. C. F, Renedlct host-ess.-MIss
Matido Pnikhlll, who has boon
very 111, Is slowly Imptovlng. Sllns RIs
ley of Now York city, Mrs. John Grnndoy
of Rutland and Mrs. Elijah I'arrlsh of
Hrldport wero guests Tuesday ot Mr. nnd
Mrs. S. 1'. lloyt.
The young Inrly friends of MLss Eva
Smith gavo her a. handkerchief shower
party last Saturday evening at her homo
In honor of her appionehlng marrlago on
Wednesday next. It was a complete sur-pri-e.
Haywntd Marshall has gone to
Worcester, N. V., to visit his wife, who
has been there for the past few weeks
with her pairnts. She will return with
htm. Tho several schools In town united
In a school picnic at H.iriie.s'y grove nn
the lake Friday. The school at tho hull,
taught by Misses Eva Smith and Lucy
Palmer, and the one In tho cast district
elnicd Thursday last. Mr. nnd Mrs. S.
E. Smith attended the llaptlst .iocla
tlon at Whiting June 14. -Mrs. Henry
Mitchell of Fairfield is tho guest of Mis.
Julius Clark. Mr. liars of the Stato
school, Vergennes, canvassed tills town
last week In tho Interest of tho Y. M. C.
A. Tho College Glee club of Middlebury
gave an entei tnlnment at tho church l.i.st
Friday evening. Alfred Gonyea died Juno
S after lingering illnoss ot Hrlght's dis
ease. Tho funeral was held In tho
Catholle Church at Vergennes .Hatuid.iy
morning. He leaves a widow, ono son,
and soveral brotlicin and slstei;i.
The Entertainment club has elected
tho following olllceis for tho coming
year: Mrs. Fred Cushman, president;
vleo-pi esldent, Annlo F. Kingman; secre
tary, Mrs. Ilert Parker; treasurer, Jes-slo
Hall; buslnois manager, Carrlo Scott.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Ulynos and Mr, and
.Mm Rert Glynes of Connecticut havo
been guests of Mr. and 'Mrs. John Adams.
MUh Helen Cnllln.s Is visiting In Shoro
ham. Mr. and Mrs, Russell Preston spent
Wedesday with Mr. and Mrs. Sedgwick
Mrs. John C. Wallaco of New York city
called on friends hero Inst week. Mrs,
Wallaco will be remembeied as Miss Har
riet Palmer, daughter of the Rev.
Stephen Palmer, a former pastor of tho
local Methodist Church, Mrs. G. N. V.
Allen nnd llttlo daughter of Fair Haven
are guosts of Mrs. Allen's parents, Mr.
and Mrs, G. E, Chlld.-Chlldren'n day
was observed with appioprlate i xercKea
at tho Methodist Church. Miss Lorett.a
Thompson Is homo from Montpellcr for
tho summer vacation.
Mrs. A. J, Cook has roturned fnun
Moores, N. V., whero slio was tho mi't
of her daughter, Miss Ino. Cook MM
1Ottlo Hull bus leturucd from Tlietford
to pass the summer with her aunt, Mrs.
R. W. Meriltt -Mrs. Simeon I Jenno, win)
HUffeied a fliock Inst Thursday, Is not as
well. Mrs. T. A. Richards, who was call
ed to Hrldport by tho death of her father,
Mr. Wells, haH returned homo. Mr. and
Mrs, Fled llnldwln havo n son, born re
cently. Mr. Ii France, who died In For
estdale, was burled in the Catholic ceme
tery last Sunday. -Mrs. O, . Collins,
Mrs. C. W. Kidder, .Mrs. N. C, Jones and
Miss Ninth of Alma I leaden chapter, O.
E. S tittemlrd tho annual Stato chapter
mooting In Hurllngton.-Mrs. A. 15. Tot-
Mr. nnd Mrs. Wsley Rerry nnd Miss
Rose Don way of Richmond visited at A.
L White's over Sundaj .-Laban Hill la
home from Hurilngton on account of 111
health. Mrs. Fred Thorn of New York
city came Saturday to spend the summer
hero. Therr, will bo no services In tho
Haptlst Church Sunday morning. Tho
pastor will attend the association nt
Shady Rill. The Rev. Dow Hrown will
pleach his llrst sermon In the Methodist
Laban Hill, who Is very sick, doe.-i not
Improve very fast. Mr. Chntman Is work
ing for D. G. Iionahuo In tho creamery,
taking Guy Sears's place.!"!. G. Ma-lleld
and II. J. Taft were In Hurllngton Tues
day. The Wadlelgh reunion will be held
at the home of Mr. and Mrn. E. J. Fallon
in Montpellcr Juno 2S Tho hard frosts
have stopped the growth of most of the
garden stuff around here. Several hnd
their potatoes l.Uhd Mr. and Mrs. Sey
mour Caswell wero In town last week.--Tho
C. C. C. will hold a strawberry fes
tival In the estry Friday owning.
Children's day will be observed at tho
Hnptlst Church noxt Sunday. Tho Rov.
Dim Hi own began his pastornto hero last
Mrs. Henry iMnnnlng nnd eldest daugh
ter, Hessle. mid young Min, Volney, have
returned from Springfield, where they
havo been visiting her unclo.lOrango Good
year and family for two weeks. Miss
Emily Harlow, who has been In Cincin
nati, Ohio, the past thteo months study
ing music, has returned. -Mr. nnd Mrs.
W. W. Norton attended tho iraduating
exercises at Randolph Inst week. Henry
Manning, Jr., and Carl Eaton's hired man
killed ."5 mice and one rat In one half dav.
- Mrs. G. R. C.iurch has been 111. Nan
lllalr has gone to Massachusetts to visit
her aunt. Mrs. J. II. Church has so far
recovered o.s to go to Reading, Mass.,
last Monday on a visit to her sister. Her
ton, William, accompanied her.
Charles 1. Raymond of Glens Falls, N
Y., was miurle! at that place Wednes
day, June ir,, to Miss M. A. Denuerker.
H. T. Cutts and James Thomas wero In
-Middlebury last week. Fred Pecor had
r slight shock Thursday afternoon from
which he has nearly recovered Tho Rev
J. C. Williams returned .Saturday evening
after threo weeks' abhonre. Children's
dny was observed last Sundav. Tho ex
ercises took the place of the morning ser
vice. S. D. nnd D. U Wells and family
went to Hrldport on Sunday to annul a
funeral. Mrs. A. C. Pluo underwent an
operation at her home Thursday after
noon, from which sbo is doing well.
Mr. and Mrs. John Henton have return
ed from their visit at Fort Ann nnl other
places In New York. -Tho Rov. Mr. Rider
of Hinesburg Is helping in tho meeting!)
at tlie Methodist Church for a few days
The meetings are being ery well attend
ed and theio Is a good inter-jst. Then
uio to bo children's day exeielsos nt tin'
Mc-thodlst Church Juno 10 nt 2 p in.
Ernest Sargent has commenced work on
the permanent road. The funeral of War-
len Elliott was held Tuesday at ono
o'clock at tho home of Conreid Hrown,
whero he died.
Mrs. Clayton Klrby nnd family, who
havo been visiting at his father's. Henry
Klrby, havo returned to Womest-.T,
Mass. Mrs. C. M. Hosworth of Hri--t.il Is
visiting her brother, A. A. Ho irdniati.
The children's day exeiclses will be held
at tho Mi thodlst Church Sunday, Juno
19. consisting of music and speaking by
tho children and nn oblect sermon by tho
pastor, Rov. E. W. Hallowell.
Children's day will bu ob-iorved Sunday,
Juno 2tl, at tho Friends' Church.--The La
dles' Homo Circle gavo M's diaries
Franklin a "domestic shmci" last
Thursday at the homo of Mis. Dudley
Illrdsnll. She received a number of pres
ents. Tho next meeting will bo held with
Mrs. Addlo Atkins Thursday, Juno 2.1.
District Superintendent P. L. Dow
will preach and ndrulnlstor tho sacra
mont of tho Iord's supper Sunday
morning and at Fast Monkton at 2:.10
p. m. Rov, AY. D. Hull and daughter
wero guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Col
litis Sunday. Mrs. D. P. Mclmeo and
Mrs. J. E. Collins are nltendlng thu
Pythlnn sisters' meeting In Hurling
Ion. J. E. (dllns was In Veigenne
Tuesday. D. K. Meecli was In Voi
gonne.s Monday. MIhh Hesslu Stllbon
has roturned from Lincoln.
At a republican ram us held Tuesday
evening the following delegates wcrn
elected: To Stato convention, to support
John A. .Mend, W. II, lllnghntn, H. 11.
Fret; district, Jnmes Mack, M. O. Field;
uiuiity, II. E, Saurord, F. S. DeLing,
.1. t ry Mm ray, S. p, lloyt, Nelson Mulian,
John Speiry and I,owIk Drollelle.-Mlsi
.lissle Lime, of l'ltttdiiirg, Pu and Mar
Kin rile of Poughkeupsle, N. V., arrived
Wednesday to spend their vacation with
il.elr parents, -Mr. and Mrs, c. II. Lane. -lMrd
Rose, a Junior at West Point,
sun ot the Rev. and Mrs, Samuel Rose,
is ut homo for a six weeks' vacation.
Mrs. Alfred Payne, who wo called to
I'huilotte lust week on uccolint of tho
serious illness of her mother, Mrs. D, O,
I'oote, letui ned homo Monday. (Miss May
Campbell of New lluven, Conn,, W a guest
of Mi E H MutthoNva.-Chlldren'M day
wan obsenid ut the ConatVBatlonal
GOOD WORK 10
ft ffl CHANGE
Candidates in Free Press Voting
Contest Arc Hot Footing It
after Each Other.
It '1 T 1
' In ',.
tlie 1 i
Corporal Vato of Troop I and Private.
William Kins' of Troop II, loth cavalry,
wero placed In C hittenden county Jail us
tho result of a fracas at the homo of tho
former on West lano Thurrdny evening
King became lingered at Pato and ptabbed
him In the neck with a pocket knife. Pato
ran Into tho woodshed and hurled a stick
of wood through the window, smashing n
lamp which King was carrying. King
then turned on his wife, who Is a Fili
pino, and Inflicted a Blight wound In hr
neck. Roth men then continued their
perap in tno rtreet, whero tne ponco
found thorn. Officer Wnrdwcll nrrested
Pate nnd then with the assistance of Olll
rer St. Amour plnced King behind tho
burs. Later the pair were taken to Hur
llngton. It was found that Pnto hnd n
cut about two Inches long on tho right
sld'j of his ne"k.
Tho high scliool students gave a re-
eeptlon to tho members of the graduating
clnss at Corporation hall Thursday even-
nlng. The following program was render
Orchefitra; vocal oln, "King of the
Vikings Am I," Erwln Thomas; recita
tion, "Mrs. Piper," Madeline Taylor;
piano solo, "Waltz," Grace Chester; vocal
solo, "Garden of Dreams," Roo Potvln;
orchestra; re, Itatlnn, "Mr. Smlggles at a
I ubllo Dinner," John Snyder; piano solo,
' Llllns D.ineu," Ornro Mac.Aithur; quar
tet, "Clovrr Rlossoms; vocal solo, "Lull
rby," Anna De.nlyj recitation, "Three
tiift.-i," Marlon Rlgwnod; vocal solo, "Uy
tho Light of the Sllveiy Moon, Thomas
Kllecn; ejunrfet, "Put on Your Old Gray
Hrmnct," orehestrn. The stage was beauti
fully de-oiraled with tho class colors.
green and white, and ferns nnd snowballs.
Over the stage two largo national flag.3
fnrmr-d draperies and red, white and bltn
lights also were In tho Fohernr; of do
ii. ration. The Herkshlio orchestra fur-ti'-hod
music. Following nro the several
committee', who had tho reception In
charge; Introduction. Arthur Flnnlgan,
Maytiurd Paige and Walter Ilnrdacre;
refreshment", Thomas Hnrdacre, Miss
Graco M" rthur and Miss Elsie Flske; I llns Untile llroini, Wllltstr.n
Tlie aspect ot Group No
Frou Press voting contest
about tho same to-day. Ml
is still in the lead by a good ., ...
and San ford J. La Pinrro se, , . -rotting
on his oars for th pr. . nt
Group No. 2 Is In a flurry of tv
ment but tho rolntlw p.,i-itlen.s if
contestants retnnln nl,r,-,t the s
They nro nil worklr-r in 1 they nr
getting a lot of von . tl, a's pro'
tho reason why no one i,.t-i ,i .
Tho same, cnndltlnp exi
tint to note. In Grnit, N
No. 1 Minn Mi'lowan 1
first place. Thei e .ire . n
Increases In both of
Twonty-llvo yearly sub crip
the Free Press, paid In .tl-. it
bring 100,000 Votes. Mot eu
Free Press will give dr'- a
oh special prl7es to the i,.- em
first casting 100,000 ' b. '
2.trd, under tho following
lst. not more than one of t'
nnts may live in P.urllneton
subscription coupons lsmcd I
Juno 7th will count. This '
any contest art who mev
back votes will havo no ad
those who work hard fror i
C 'pture a suit ease prize.
Tho standing to-day Is a
Knthrrlnn Plane)", 102 Pearl . 170.1
Pnnford J. I n Pierre, Flet -I -
J. .11. .-ittiird, 200 Pearl.
IVIIIInni J. Simpson, CO
Mnry A. l'rnnler, U Will'
Clyde ITnlbiirt. Mlddlcburv
Melln C. rnniNMorth, Ks
C, 11. .Moore, irinesburg. .
1 1 '
entertainment, John Snyder, Miss Graco
Chester an 1 Miss Marion Higwood; in
vitation. Christopher Merrill, William Al
1ird and Mis-- Mary McGicevy; reception,
Pilu. Geeuge R. Stackpole, Supl. Henry
Conlln and Miss Maud Mulnueen and the
members of tho graduating class.
The graduating exercises of tho Wln
ooskl gratiuner school were held Thurs
day afternoon In Corporation hall at half
past two o'clock with tho following pro
gram: Overture, "Sweet Sicily," Frank Grey;
chorus, "Old Glory," G. Edgar Oliver;
iccltntlnn. "Tho Reacon Light," Gilbert
Arthur Pratt; recitation, Rodney's
Ride," Joey Aaron Konney; chorus.
"Sweet and Ixiw," J. Harney; recitation,
"-Marco Iiozzarls," Alphonse J. Folsy:
recitation, "Kentucky Hollo," Iiene Mary
Dcvlnn; recitation, "Tho Man Without a
Country'," CharleB Norbert Vilmaire;
chorus, "Flower Song," George E. Oilier;
recitation, "Engineer Connor's Son,"
Charles Claude Fitzgerald; recitation,
"The Green Mountain Justice," Earl Ray
mond Renedlct; orchestra, "Day Dreams,"
J. H, Lnmpe; rc citation, "A Welsh class
ic," Frances Kno'.a Turner; i ecltatlnn,
"Tom, tho Hero," Hurke Lltvoln Pig
wood; chorus, "And a Little Child Sh ill
Lead Them;" recitation, "The Newsboy,"
Fsther Mary llolden; recitation, "The
Mysterious Otte-t," Harold Shao Allen;
chorus, "Star of Evening;" orchestra,
"Molly Lee," Theodore Morse; conferring
of certlflcate-s, Henry Conlln, superlnten-ik-nt;
music, Ilerkshlre orchestra.
Tho gtaduates are Irene Mary Devlno,
t harks Robert Vilmaire, Joey Aaron
. Estey, Rrlstol
Ilrlggs, Ferrlsburg. ..
;. Ilimlcy, Panton....
Mrs. J. s. Wing, Cornwall
Vera M. I'nirtek, Hinesburg...
Wlnnlfrrd J. Flynn, Milton...
C'nrrlt Thornton, Es3ex Junc
tion .Mlldrrd E. Morgan, Lincoln....
Mrn. W. I.. I'orirr, Ferrlsburg
Chester II. IVrcHul, Shelliurn
Mcuiin Mollrs. Fnderhlll
Clarn E. Pitts, Colchester....
Nellie A. Tottlugham, Shora-ham
.M. Mlbln.s, Rolton....
;, Cook, Yestf ord . . . .
I'll j, Wctford
Urnsou, West Addi-
31 r. A.
. rrancrs llrndford, Charlotte..
I A rite II. Illltton, Goshen
IMnnton Wuiidinnn, Wult.aim..
Ms rile II. Stone, Granville....
, Mrs. II. .MeCcirinuck, Fort Ethan
cinrn Finn, St. Albans
Kennoy, Frances Enola Turner, Karl I .,r. ,v. v. (.!(!,,. v., Shel.
iiuymond lieneuiet, Alphonse Josoph
1'olsy, Harold Shao Allen, Es'htr Mary
llolden, Hiuke Lincoln Higwood, Chailes
Claude Fitzgerald, Gllbett Arthur Pratt.
The graduating exercises of the Wlu
ooskl grammar school were held Thins
lug In Corporation hall at eUht o'clock
with tho -allowing proi.-r.im:
Oierture, "My Cousin Caruso." Gus
Eilwards; oration, "The Increasing Cost
of Living," William Dillon, sulutate'-y
honors; essay, "Forestry," Teresa Crute;
vocal solo, "Evening Shades," William
Dillon; oration, "Tho Value of an Educa
tion," Carl Clioato: orchestra. "Pearl of
tho Tyrenees," Charles rrank: oration,
"Tho Twentieth Century Hoy," John
Hardacro; chorus, "Flag of Freedom;"
oration, "Patt lotif m," Albeit Snyder; or
chestra. "I "renins of PjradUe," James
D. Johnston; essay, "Succour and What
H Means," Inez Nugent, valedictory hon
ors; quartet, "Rocked In the Crndio of
the Deep;" address, Prof. J. F. Messen
ger. Ph. D,; presentation ot diplomas,
The graduates are Latin-sclentliic course,
Inez Miirghereta Nugent. English course,
William Patrick Dillon, John George Mrn. 11. II. Ilobonuoo
Hnrdacre, Carl Francis Choate, Teresa ,
Mae I'ruso, Albert I'haileu Sntji-r. 1
Andrew Goyetto ot Waterbury died of I
heart trouble at eleven o'clock Sunday!
ut tho Funny Allen hospital. Tlio re- j
mnlns wero nhlpped to his home on tho
7:12 p. m. train Sunday and the fu- ,
nerul wns hold Tuesday morning at i
nlno o'clock. .Mr. Goyette was 35 years
Henry O'Neill, rook In Troop M, 10'ii '
Cavalry, was arraigned In rnunlclp-it court
Monday and bound over to county i
court chaiged with the theft of diamonds
from Sergeant Lewis of the same troon.
Hall was fixed at $3oA, which he could
not furnish and he was placed In Jail.
(Continued on page 3.)
Clifford Ashlnnrl, St, Albans. .
P. A. Keer, Fletcher
.Mrs. .Nellie Craue, MoiTlsvl'.le
.Mm. Honnrd Doinlnr., Mont
gomery Mrs. E. C. Russell, Stowo
Helen .Im-ksou Hunt, Johnson.
Mrs. Euutcc IIiinUIus, W.uer-bury
i Delhi Gregorj, Fairfax
,l)nl" I). Heals. Hakerslleld. . .
ilJonnlil llniinu, Illghgate
'm!s r.lin .Mulllguu, Swjuton
jMrs. Alice Alieu, Fairfax
Jlmrlon Stanley, Georgia
Mlm I.yilln I,. Wcller, Northfle d
Miss Hnel Tucker, Jeff-rsnn
g no III" KOIIH
ll I.mirn II. Jlrliimtn, Grand
Addle H. Pminrll, Alburg
(irula I'miolose, North Hero .
Mrn. Ilriirj" llronn, Alburg.. .
Eugene '. Tebriiu, Grand Islo
I.. Lucille l"reiii, South Hero..
I.ney C. Star, North Hero....
l'ngi-ur A. Domey, Walden....
Ilerthn A, ttinrcll, Randolph .
Mnry S. Elision, Rrnndon
Ilss ltoj Siiiniuer, Urnndon
Florence M. M.inner, Rochester
Mm. James Mcllermont, Brook
field firnce Simyer, Newport
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