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THE RrKLTNGTON FREE PRESS AND TTMKS: THURSDAY, DKCKMBBK 28, 1011.
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LEONARD HOSPITAL, Lnnslngburgh,
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MILLMAN AND MACIIINIST.-Wnntcd
by capable nil 'round mill man nnd
machinist position taking raie of
machinery or paws, also understand
steam or water power, am willing to
demonstrate. Address Box 2.", Stevens
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TEACHERS wanted. Men nnd women
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grades good salaries. No charge until
located by us. Send for registration
blank. American Teachers' Agency, A.
H. Campbell, Ph. D., manager. Myrlek
building. Springfield, Mass. 22,w,tf
VERMONT FARMS for sale. Catalogue
of furms nnd miscellaneous property
free. W. N (iovr and II. V. Estcy,
Rnstol, Vt. 223,d&w.tf
SLX-OCTAVE ITHACA ORGAN for
sale, blnrk walnut case, excellent enn
dltlon. Burlington Business College.
A GOOD, WARM, seven-room tenement
with bath, g-irdeu and attic at 17 North
Champlain street to rent. Apply with
roforences nt 77 r.ucll St. .".0S,d&vtf
A BLACKSMITH SHOP to rent cheap,
good location, lots of work for the
right man, with lonls. Box 2. Kiee
Press office '.''..w.'Jt
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of Vermont what you have to sell or
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Call Answered l)ny
Tup annual mcotliiK of the stockholders
of the F aimers' ,fc Mechanics' Saving's
Institution & Trust company will be
held at the banking house of the Mer-
chants' National Hank of Burlington, -
u, en Wednesday, .limitary 21, at It
o'clock a. m., for the election of trustees.
L. E. WOODHOI'HE. Treasurer.
Burlington, Vt., Dc- 27, mil. I"l,w4t
26-acro rarm near city, J2.S00.
380-acre farm near St. J., $2,600.
400-acre farm 17 miles from Bur
BOO-acre farm 20 miles from Burling
200-acre farm 7 miles from city.
Raynolds Real Estate Co.,
10S Collritr St.
Farms, Qnnrrir, Tlmherlaadti, Lnk
General building contractor. Manu
facturer of Cement Building Blocks.
22H llaln Street, Burlington, Vermont,
THE PLAZA CAFE,
EW ni RMNGTOV BLOCK,
2!) St. Paul Street, Burlington Vrrnioul,
STANDARD STEAM LAUNDRY
Office 14B Cherry streot. II. W, Bul
lock, proprietor. Finn Shirt, Collur and
Cuff Work. 'Phone 3S-11 or send post,
ni nnd drlvor will call.
H. R. SALLS,
Roofer and dealer In all kinds of
roofing material. Contracts executed.
First-class work, Estimates. 3b2 North
Typewriters and Supplies
W. II. SHERMAN. 101 ( III IICII ST.
When In need of anything In tho
typewriter llnu, call No. cni and your
wnnis win no iiitennod to promptly,
.i. ii, fa u si it, rt s. ir.vio.v stueei
'Phono 930. Typewriters sold, rented.
exchanged nnd repaired. Supplies
Agoncy for Edison Business Phono
graph nnd Edison Mimeograph,
PRANK S. LANOU & SON,
l'riictlenl Plumber nnd Steiim Fitters.
Ill) S, Paul Slrcrl.
Next North Burlington Smlngs Bank, j
HAPPENINGS IN VERMONT
(Continued from page 1.)
Is making extensive repairs about his
place on WeybrldBo street.
Miss Edith Jackson closed her school
In the Mlddlebrook district Friday with a
Christmas tree nnd appropriate exer
cises. Miss Uertha Field, a teacher In
tho high school at Essex Junction, Is
spending her vacation with her parents,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Orvllle C. Field.-Wililam
Gordon of Boston Is visiting hl.s mother,
Mrs. John Gordon, nnd his sister, Miss
Grace Gordon. Henry Hither went Satur
day to Cnmbrldgo for a few days' visit to
his parents. Dr, nnd Mrs. K. J. Sever
ance, and daughter, Miss Marlon, of
Keesevllle, N, Y.. are spending tho week
with her sister, Mrs. W. R. Warner. Wil
liam Stono of New York Is visiting his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Stone.
Miss Veva E. Hullnrd, principal of Wen
ton hlRh pohool, Is nt tho homo of her par
ents, Mr. nnd Mr.. C. B. Rullard, for tho
holidays. Miss Ella Ringer Is spendlns
a few weeks In Charlotte. Miss Evelyn
Lambert of Johnson Is visit Ihr her aunt,
Miss Louise LaiiRcvln. Miss Florence Lc
Heouf Is visiting her sister, Tlieresa, In
Syracuse, N. Y. A. Scott, employed on
the new library building, went Saturday
to New York to pass the holidays, Miss
Nellie Fisher Is passing the holiday with
lelatlvcs In Morrlsvllle. Mr. nnd Mrs.
David Ryan nnd son went Saturday to
Orwell to visit his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs.
John Ryan. T. W. Jardlne went Satur
day to Englewond, N. J., to pass Christ
mas with his family. George Meigs, i
teacher 111 tho State school of agriculture
at Randolph Cenler, Is passim; the holi
day vacation with Ills parents. Mr. and
Mrs. D. G. Meigs.
The nnnual meetliu; or tho third
Masonic district will bo held In this
city with Dorchester Lodge, No. 1,
Wednesday, January 10, and District
Grand Master J. A. Harrington Is
making arrangements for tho gather
ing which will bo of unusual Interest
from the fact that tho new lnduo
rooms of Dorchester Lodgo will be
dedicated In the nftornoon. An ad
dress will be given by the Rev. Henry
L. Ballon of Chester nnd remarks will
bo mado by Grand Secretarv Henrv It.
Ross of Burlington and others. Vlt
tum's orchestra of Mlddlebtirv will
furnish music and nt six o'clock n
banquet will be served by Otter Cre"k
Chnpter, O. E. s , at the city hall.
The horse burn, hen and hog house
nnd grulnary belonging to George
Liuigevln were destroyed by fire Sun
day morning. About 1,200 bushels of
grain were burned, and also 30 bens.
sleighs, wagon, harness, hay and a
year's supply of stove wood. The lire
occurred nt about three o'clock, and
was discovered by Mrs. Lanuevln.
who awoke ami saw the flames burst
ing thtougli tho roof of the barn.
Tho six horses wore snved by Mr.
Jjongcvln, who was badly burned on
one hand anil in the fixe. It is re
ported that only the buildings weio
Insured and the loss is estimated at
about $2,000. Tlie origin of the tire
Is a mystery. Edw ai d Mack of Fnlnn
College, Schenectady, N. V., Is pass
ing the holidays with his parents,
Postmnster ami Mrs. Thomas Mack.
Daniel T. Donnelly of Montpellcr Is
visiting Ills sisters. Mrs. Fred Grandy,
Mrs. F. W. Coe and Miss Kate Don
nelly, nnd his brother, John II. Don
nelly. Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus ITorsturd
nnd children of Charlotte are visit
ing her parent". Mr. and Mrs William
Ci nsby. Mrs,. May Daniels visited !Mr.
nnd Mrs. .Martin Allen of Burlington
yesterdav. Frank Warner of Albany
passed ChrNtmus with his parents. Mr.
and Mrs. Cnsslus Warner. Mr. and
Mrs. N. J. Remind and daughter. Miss
Murguei lie, went Monday to St. Al
bans in be present Tuesday at tlio
marriage nf their son nnd brother. El
liott to Miss Bertha McGr.ith. Miss
Hanie Bennett of l'ltt.fonl is pnsslng
a few days with her mother. Mrs.
Alevnnder Bennett. Mr. and Mrs. J.
T (iarnn of Boston and the Mtssos
Mary and .Martha Garno of Burling
ton are visiting their pnrcnts. Mr. and
Mrs .1 nil n Garni'.
Mr and Mrs. !'
CENTRAL VERiVMf mmh
Time Table In Effect October 1. 11)11.
TRAINS LEAVE IlUItLIXGTO.V
4:05 a. IJl. Dally For Montreal
7:15 a. m. Except Sunday Fcr all
Now England points.
7:25 a, m. Exropt Sunday Local
for Cambridge Junction.
10:01 a. ni. Sundays only -For St.
10:05 a. m. Incept Sunday Local
10:57 a. m. Dallj- Now England
States Limited for all New
1:00 p. m. Except Sunday Local
for St. Albans and Rlchford,
White River Junction and Not"
4:40 t. m. Except Sunday For
Montreal. Rouses Point. Og-de-nsburg
4:50 P, m. rccePt Sunday Local
for Cambridge Junction.
6:45 P.m. Dally Express for Mon
treal nn,i Chlcngo. And local
for White River Junction.
11:00 P. ni. Dally Express for nil
New England points.
TRAINS ARRIVE IH'RMNGTON,
O:U0 a. m. Dally Kxprcss from
Boston and New Tork.
8:15 a. m. Except Sunday Mall
from St Albans ant. Onmbrldge.
10:40 a. m. Except Sunday, local
from 91. Johnshury and Cam
10:45 a. PI. Except Sunday local
from White River Junctl-i
10:52 a. m. Sundays only, Local
from White River Junction.
11:40 a. m. fally. Express from
Chlcngo nnd Montreal.
1:40 p. m. Except Sundny, locnl
rrom hi. Ainans, White River
Junction nnd Montpeller.
5:35 P. m. Except Sunday Mall
from Providence, Boston, Wor
cester nnd Springfield.
7:30 p. m, rnl'y- Express from
Boston and New York. Loral
from Montreal and St Albans.
8:40 P. m. Except Sunday, local
from 'Portland, St. Johnobury
and Cambrldgo Junction.
11:45 P. m. nnlly. Express from
Chicago and Montreal.
II H. HICKOK, City Toss, Agent
170 College Street.
Tho only otllce In Buillngton whero
you can get teolh extruded without a
particle of pulu. without taking gas.
My method la used by no other person.
No pnln; no clangor: no nf'nr effects.
1)11. I,. I), IIA7.EN.
Olllce. 231 Main St, Burlington, Vu
Ofllco Hours, 10 to 3, 7 to 8.
daughter, Gladys, left Monday morn
ing for Detroit, Mich., where they
will reside. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hugh Phil
llpps nnd daughter Elizabeth of Mont
pellcr aro visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. B. T. Field. Mrs. Edward
Bolden of Burlington Is visiting her
dniighter, Mrs. Rock.-Mrs. S. S.
Wright picked carnations In full
bloom In her gnrden Christmas day.
Victor Rciinud of St. Michael's College,
Wlnooskl, Is passing the holldnys with
his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Lewis Re
naud. Mrs. Frank L. Fish and daugh
ter, Miss Kathorlne, were In Burling
ton Tuesday. C. L. IWloeuf has a
force of men nt work on a largo bung
alow and other buildings for W. T.
Bradley at Barbcr'ji Point near West
port, N. V. Tho rural letter carrier.-)
of Addison county will hold their an
nual meeting nt the Stevens House In
Vergennes January 1. All carriers
and substitutes ure earnestly request
ed to be present. Carriers from out
of the county are always welcomed.
Charles F. Morris of- Orange, Mass,,
Is visiting his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Lewis Morris. Otter Creek Lodge, E.
O, S., meet this evening. The Ver
gennes board of trade will hold a
meeting nt city hall Frldny evening
nt eight o'clock. All members nre, re
quested to be present ns Important
business will he considered. John
Drlscoll, Sr., was called yesterday to
Brattleboro by tho sudden death of
his nephew, John Galvln.
Tho officers of tlio Independent Order of
Foresters elected at their annual meeting
are: Fred lllclunls, C. R.; Arthur James,
V. C. R. i E. F. Burtitt, recording secre
tary; It, F, Hatch, financial secretary; T.
E. Truilo, treasurer; R, Guy, S. W. ;
Thomas McCormlck, J. W.; H. Carpenter,
S. B. ; N, Mott, J. B.; E, Curler. C. D.;
F. T. Brlggs, physician. Leon Dean and
Daniel Sargent are at home from tho
University of Vermont for the holidays,
Mrs. L. O. Cliapln leturned Suutul.iy
from a visit with her daughter, Mrs.
Smith, in Wuhlngton, D. C Lewis and
Albert Meiilllnr from St. Michael's Col
lege nnd Cnrdell Norton from the T. C.
A. I'oultney are at home for the holiday
vacation. Mr. and Mrs. V. N. Gove at
tended the 25th anniversary nf the wed
ding of Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Green In
Monkton Sunday evening.
John Tatro of Salisbury was a guct
of Mr. and Mrs. N. II. Tatio over Sun
day. Judge anil Mrs. E. A. Hn'seltlne
entertained their children and grand
children Chlrstmns. There were present.
Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Haseltlne and chil
dren. Mr. anil Mrs. Ara Ball of Mont
pellor, ni'd Mr. nnd Mrs. II. S. Hasseltllie
nnd children of this town. Another "On.
Dr. II. E Hasseltllie, Is an nrmv surgeon,
stationed in San Francisco, Cal. The
I'hiistm.is gatherings at the Baptist and
Methodist Churches were largely attended
Saturday evening. J. S. Jacobs of Bur
lington was an over-Sunday const of
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. I.ndne.-Mlss Evelyn
Willnughhy of Northampton. Jl, 1 n
guct of Mrs. Helen Brigg". Among
tli"o who are passing the holldnys nt
their homes here are Eail Sargeants and
John Kllhiirn of Asliburtou, Mass.,
Francis Kilburn of Poultney. A. E. l'nrr
of Schenectady, N. V., Orrin l'nrr -if
Littleton. N. H., " Clement Varney vf
Albany, N. Y E. C. Mcl.eod of Rut
land, D. E, Fai r of Syracuse, N. V. Mrs.
Jennie Tower of Burlington Is a guest of
her parents and other relatives. Miss
Fay Iiutterfleld of Mlddlebury Is a guest
of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R.
Wllls.-Mr. and Mrs. N. 11. Tntro visited
Mr. and Mrs. William Chase In Salisbury
over Sunday.-W. 11. Boswotth returned
Saturday from a business trip of several
weeks. Miss Estella B. Hamner of
Malone, N. V., is spending the holidays
with her mother, Mr--. Lucretla Hnmner.
-Charles Ellison nf Rutland was an over-
Sunday guest of his father and sister.
The Congregational church and Sunday
school held their Christmas exercises last
evening. ii. Jennings is acting is
Janitor of the Memorial library du-lng
the Illness of Janitor A. J. Crane. Mrs
L. B. Kingman and Miss JCHza Kingman
are visiting Mr. and Mr Irn Kingman
In Rtir'ington. Mali Clerk Harold Bos
worth Is at home for .1 week. Wallace
Ilurrltt of Bennington. F. L. Ilusseltlne of
New Hampshire and Henry Burrltt r,t
ll.ithind were Christmas vlsltois here.
Mrs. II. M. Gleason attendH the fu
.nl of Mrs. Agnes 1. Porter In Bur
liton Tuesday.' C. II. Laniay of Bur
. ngton w.is In town Monday and Tues-
ii'ii; .- Mr. and Mr. Q. E. Grover of Hunt
ington Center spent Christmas with Mr,
and Mr.. A. J. Eastman. Mrs. Jennie
Tower leturned to Burlington Tuesday.
Philip Crane of Rutland is visiting his
parents, .Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Crane. Mr.
and Mrs. II. N. Tatro are at home from
Salisbury. Mrs. II. L. Rivers of Burling
ton I- visiting rebitlves here. N. D. Bis
sonette of Burlington was In town yes
terday. B. J. McShane has returned to
At noon, December 20, MIbs Holly G
Wood, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. wil
Ham Wood, was married to Harold New
ton of Ferrlidiurg, the ceremony being
perfoinied by the Rev. C, T, Reeke at
the home of the bride. Frank Wood was
best man and Mrs. Frank Wood was
matron of honor. The bride was becom
Ingly attired In white silk. Their homo
Is to be In Addison for the present
Arthur Adams, who Is at work In West-
port for Mr. Laliufr, was at home over
Sunday. Wlllard Carpenter, May Crane,
Russell nnd Harriett Smllle of Middle-
bury College, Clara Clark of Hawthorne
piano school of Potsdam, N. V., Carrie
and Florn Wlllmarlh and May Tracy of
Mlddlebury high school, Harold Crane,
William and Jane Tatro, Vesta Pntman
nnd Florence St. Clare of Vergennes high
school are all at their respective homes
for the Christmas vacation Olive Gage,
who Is tenchlng In Whltlngham, Is at
home for the holidays. Tho remains of
Milton C. Brown of Niagara Center, N
Y., who was Instantly killed there by an
explosion In the electric building, were
brought here, accompanied by his wife,
who was formerly Miss Grace O' Bryan
and son of seven months. A brother and
plster also came. The funeral was held
on Thursday from the home of R. R.
O'Bryan, burial being at Vergennes.
Desplte the mud there was a good m
tendaiieo nt the Christinas tree Saturday
evening -Earl and GeorRo Pntman of
Burlington were nt home over Sunday.
Sunday afternoon al tho home of Mr.
nnd Mrs, Parker P. Durliuiu. their
daughter, Geneva, and Leroy .Glffln of
Burlington were united lu marriage by
Dr. C. N. Curtis of the Methodist Epis
copal Church. They were attended by
.Miss Jusllim Durham, sister of the bride,
nnd Frod Wurner or lliu llngton. Tho
houso wns prettily decorated with ever
greens and the bildal parly .Hood under
a Urge Chilstman bell. The bride was
gownud In white. Shortly after the cere
mony u dinner was herved, The bildo
wiib well leniembeied Willi silver, chin i.
glass nnd linen. Edward Gil fit, of Bur
lington, fathei of the griiuin, wu pres
ent. Mr. and Mrs, Glffln will ie.ile In
But llniUnti -Itav A Kingman and Ml-
Lucy Kimball of Ferrlsburg uer
married Thuuday by Di. C M. Curtis
nt the Methodist parsonnge.-SpeC al
services will bo held In Hie Methodist
r.'plsoopnl Church on Wednesday. Thurs
day nnd Friday evenings of tl,lfl wr(,k'
and every ovenlng of next week, except
Snturdny. The pastor, Dr. C. N. Curtis,
will be assisted by Miss rtrnco V- nryant
of Manchester, N. II. -Miss Lorn Dean
Is at home from Esicx Center for the
holidays. Christmas exenlses, with n
tree, wern het.1 n,,i nnl.iv evening at
I1'1" Methodist Chutch.-Tlic Y. M. C. A.
of North l-'errisbiirg now numbers over
members. Tweniv voting 'en havo
joined the class for Bible study, which
commenced Frldav evetilng-The game
of basket ball with East Charlotte re
sulted In a score of It to I, In favor of
North Ferrlsbnrir. Mrs. Bert Ball was
operated upon at tho Mary Fletcher
hospital Friday morning, nnd Is doing ns
well ns can be expected.-Mr. and .Mrs.
Walter Lewis and daughter have return
ed to Middlesex after spending Christ
inns nt his father's. Frank A. Lewis.
Miss Inez Martin has Just closed a term
of l; weeks of school In district No. 2,
during which tlmo Misses Marian Tol
nom and Elizabeth La form were present
every day, and Misses Mnrv Dnrrum
and Pauline Gee. Charles Dnrrum nnd
Harold l.aforce were .lbpetit only
one dny. Herbert Klngsland nnd
family and Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Martin
were entertained nt John Wheeler's
Christmas. Miss Eva Hanks is nt her
father's. Oliver Hanks. .Miss Stella
Klngsland Is In Kceno nnd Wnlpole,
Wilbur Hamilton Is In the West. Fred
DeLong was operated on for appendicitis
last week -The Congregational choir gave
a cantata Monday innrnlm.'. Hoy Dayton
has gone to Plalnlleld ior the winter.
M. T. Wnlcntt and family -pent Christ
mas at Shoroham. R. L. Henienway hus
returned from ltnchester.-Ernest Blgo-
low Is here from Boston.
Mrs. Benjamin Walker of Rutland was
with her grandmother, Mr.'. Mary Kelton.
Sunday. Clement Come Is very 111 with
typhoid pneumonia at Ollu Ryan's In
South Lincoln. Ilia mother and n nurso
from Burlington came the last of tho
week.- Peter Conic of Milton came Christ
mas day, called here by the Illness of his
son, t lenient. Henry Come of .Milton
came the last of the week to see his
brother. Myrle Jackman Is at home from
her school In Proctor for two weeks. V.
W. Morgan is In town - Mrs. Edgar
Brown of New Haven Mills visited her
mother, Mrs. .Mary Kelton, Christmas.
Edgar Brown visited bl- brother, Wal
lace Brown, In South Lincoln Christmas.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Brown were In
Starksboni Sunday and Monday. Ralph
Sweet and Hattie Mn- Sargent were In
Rutland Monday. -C. II. Bicknell's fam
ily wns in Mlddlebury Monday. Mali
Ion Puiinton was at home fiom Mlddlo
bury over Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. S. H
Buetl were In Stnrksboro Christmas.
Wllber Whitney Is slowly foiling. -The
union Christmas exercises were held in
the Methodist Episcopal Church and were
well attended, although there was a play
at the town hall afterwards. All en
joyed a lolIn solo given by Mr. Henry.
The Henry company, here last week
have gone to Stnrksboro.
The Downliigvlllo Sunday school had a
Christmas tree at the schoolhouse Sat
urday night. The school presented their
superintendent. Mrs. Frank Moody, with
a large Bible. Cullen Swain and Mrs.
Pearl Swain were tlio guests of friends in
Huntington Sundny. Grace Turner, Hat
tie Nood- and Nelllo.Sarge,nJTare at home
on n vacation fronl 'Bristol hlgli school.
James Moody nnd Hattie Moody wero
guests at AUIe Orvls's In KWrksboro Sun
Franklin Baruum of Leicester
and Mary Elizabeth Martin of
weie married at the parsonage
in Whiting Wednesday
ber 20, by the Rev. T. A. Howard.
C. II. Kcteham has sold his store to
Mr. I'reeguard of Weybildce. Mr. Free
guard will take possession soon. Mr.
Ketehnm will stay here till spring, going
then to Watorbury, where he lias bought
a store, L. A Webster Is at home from
the West for thn holidays Miss Jessie
Brown Is at home for the holidays. Mr.
and Mrs, Norman McAuley and daughter,
Marjoile, were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
E. A. Bnuldwln Christmas. Mrs. Mason
was Dip Sliest of her sister, Mrs Pond,
In Brandon Tuesday and Wednesday.
Mls.s Edna Bnuldwln was the guest of
her parents Christmas,
ftulph Elliott, who had been in l'r, rln
burg for some time was at home over
Sunday. Ml. nnd Mrs. Wallis Hnis
He patents of n daughter boi n Thurs
day. The Ladles' Home ncle will mec:
Thursday, January 4, with Mrs. Ad. lie
Atkins. Mrs. Mettle Wright n mains in
poor health. Mr. and Mrs. David Fol
iansbce with their son, Ellslm Follnns
bee, and lumlly of Proctor spent Christ
inas with their daughter nnd family,
Mr. anil Mrs. Hoy llulbtirt, ill Monkton.
- Miss Cnirie Fnderlilll of Brooklyn, N.
V., came Saturday night to spend the
holidays with her niece, Miss Ethel
Cliapln at 1. F. Blidsnll and other
Jerr (Jiiinn was ane.-tecl Tuesday
morning upon u wairani issued by Slate'j
Atlouiev Tuttle charging him of an a
rnult on James Dewitt December 22. Ho
was brought before II. D. Branch, Justice
of the peace, hy Constable T. II. Puriell
of Orwell. Fpon mutual consent of both
parties the hearing wns set for Jan. at
one o'clock at the town Bull. Thn services
Sunday at the Congregational church
were lilting for the season. The Sunday
school Christmas tree at the town hall
Monday evening was largely attended. A
present of In gold was ghen Ml.n
Mable Wells, organist. G. M. Wright of
New York and James Ryan of Rutland
were home for Christmas. Olllcers elect
ed In the Sunday school for 1012 were;
H. L. Allen, superintendent; F. I-'., i.lllie,
assistant superintendent; Benjamin Need
linin, secretary and treasurer: Mrs. L. O.
Basconi, librarian; Mrs. John H. Vail,
superintendent of cradle roll.
Mrs. Addle Sayle.s of Poultney Is
spending a few daws with her sister,
Mrs. Martha Pai klilll Miss Bernlco
Twltchell Is spending the holidays at
her home. Miss Twltchell Is a teach
er In Garden Cltv. A i. Robert Bill
lontlne of Chlcopco Falls, N V. spent
Christmas with Ills father and sl'ter
at the Methodist parsonage Mlai
Louise Johnson, n teacher In Mat
tllnch. I.. 1.. Is spending the holidays
nt her home The Christmas enter
tainment nt the Methodist Church
Saturday evening, was n plcssunt af
fair. The program was well rendered,
A Hue chair wns presented in 'I. L.
Thompson, In appreciation of Ills -orv-let's
as J u 1 1 1 1 1 1 r
Tin- annual business Hireling of
Miiriuila iImiiji n,, .-rilnv even
ing and the ri,HK officers elect-.1.
Muster, llarri ,niMi umiscci-, W.
H. Patterson: lecturer, D, W. Eddy;
steward, IJenJainln Comstock; assistant
Steward, jloy ijUrrcUi )auy assistant
steward, Mrs. II. C. aeo; chaplain, Miss
1'alsy Russell; secretary, Mrs. Roy
Hiirlburt; treasurer, L. E. Meech; gate
keeper, Roy Hiirlburt; Ceres, Miss Res
ale Stetson; Pomona, Mrs. Mary Thomas;
Elorn, Miss Ilia Little. The old officers
will remain In office until tho Installa
tion of the new ones. The next business
meeting will be held the second Friday
In January. Mr. nnd Mrs. Butternctd of
Stockbrldgo spent Chtlstmas In town.
Mr. and Mrs. Lucius Coats of Hlnes
burg passed Christmas with his futher,
C. D. Coates. An Interesting sermon
was delivered at the Methodist Church
Sunday morning by the pastor, tho Rev.
II. M. Hall. Singing was especially good
nnd tho Christmas exercises by tho chil
dren with a blaVkbourd chalk talk by
the pastor on the Star of Bethclehem
was much enjoyed. The Christmas treo
nnd exercises at the East Monkton
Church Frldny evening wero well attend
ed. A meeting of the Epworth League
will be held at the. church at the, Boro
Sunday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Miss
Myrle Meech will be the leader. A busi
ness session will also be held. Bralnard
Comstock of Burlington passed Christ
mas with his fnmilv. The Christmas
tree exercises nt the Friends' Church
was well attended.
The Rev. nnd Mrs. Charles S. Coulter
will be pleased to meet all the young peo
ple of the town at the parsonage Thurs
day evening. There will be n social .at
t lie Post hall Filday evening. Everyone
is Invited In come to the Congregatlonnl
Church Friday evening. January 23, and
hear the College Glee club sing. Hrt-.nl
Loaf school clo.-ed Dec. 2J atlcr 15 weeks.
, Christmas treo with a program followed
In the evening. Of IS pupils registered,
Ollata Fletcher nnd no mark; Humid
Boynton was absent only a h-alf day. The
following pupils were not tardy: Albeit
Fletcher. Ralph, Walter, Edna and Beat
rice Klrby, James, Mary, Rachel anil
George Tlerney. Thn average attendance.
which wns 13, would have been lfil-2, but
for the removal of the Tlerney family at
the end of 12 weeks.
Christmas was observed In a very pleas
ant manner at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
G. J. Hodges of East Mlddlebury. The
host and hostess served dinner to their II
children, f sons-in-law, one daugliter-ln-law,
IS grandchildren and a few Intimate
friends. Those present Included James
Hodges and Miss Mattie Kemp of Rlpton;
Mr. nnd Mrs. John Hodges and son.
Grant of Wnterbury, Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Tlerney and fnnilly, also Mr. ami Mrs
P. W. Tlerney and family of East .Mld
dlebury; Mr. and Mis. O 1.. Lnwreiue
and family of South Shnfthur ; Mr. and
Mr?. E. H. Smith and family of Roi he
tT; Henry Hodges of Wntertown, N.
V.; Mrs. Delia and Moses Women of
Mlddlebury; the Misses Lulu anil Alloc
Hodges of Burlington, and the Misses
Gertrude and Helen Hodges nf Mlddle
bury. Besides the usual exchange of
Christmas gifts Mr. ami Mrs. Hudgc.
were piescnted with a puise of J60.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Gabe Sennor of Warren
were guests of Mr. hnd George I'arrlsn
Christmas. Christie Parrish spent Christ
mas In Hancock. Mr. Whltcomb of Bur
lington has organized a grange with shout
41 members, the name of It being King
stone. Mls.s Zelnia Clooke of West Milan,
N. II., is with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
H. I'. Clooke. for the holidays. Christ
mas exercises passed off nicely, and
credit Is due to Mrs. F. C. Ford and Ruth
McNesl, who Instructed the children
Rev. Mr. Boorn received $10 from the
ladies' social union. A daughter was born
December 1T to Mr. and Mrs. Lyman
Stone. A daughter was born Dei ember
If, to Mr. anil Mrs. Adelbert Chamber
lln of I'ittslleld. They arc former tesl
dents of this town. Mrs. Will Stone was
called to Snllsburv, Friday hy the death
of her granddaughter, she was Accom
panied hy her dniighter, Mrs. Hiram
Luce -Dr. .1. R. Hnmblln has gone to
Worcester, Mass.. to spend the holidavs
with his son, Edward Ilamblln. Louis
Gannon of Brnlntree spent Christmas
here. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Burk were in
Rochester with Mr. and Mrs. Claude Bou
tell Christmas. Mls Sophia Hattlee went
to Clnromont, N 11.. to be with hr
brother, John Bnttice, during Christmas
Slie'wlll return tills week to keep houso
for William Tlnkhain, stage driver. Mrs.
E. Itaglej entertained her foster parents
chil.Mtnas dav. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mc-
tiitlre. who 1,,. ve iiKn adopted
Woodnrd who has been with them
In w as two t ai s old.
Lewis Colheth of this place and Miss
Doro Speiiicr ot l'l.iinlield were united
III mnrrliige December 20 by the Rev.
John Jones. At the academy of late
stolen from her
Laura Wheeler had Jio
purse in tin leaclieis'
no clew to the thief
been dir ovcred - Miss
ami Miss Josephine
lo.ik room and
has thus far
Lnwsnn, who arc
attending business col-
lege at Boston, are homo lor the holidays.
-Wold has been received here of the
muirlawo December ill of Miss H-'tlin
Mi l l ill, forilleily of this place, lo Cli.iile.s
I.arabce of GrccnlicM. Mnss
ft. A. Ilowlesoii Is In Unstop for a
few days. Misses Alible and Liu y Mack
are visiting their parents for tint holi
days. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs
Leon Patterson December 2". There
will be n special meeting of Evergreen
Lodge. N. E. o. P.. December 30 at
K. P. hull nl S:00 p. m. .Miss Bessie
Wheeler leturned from Springfield
Saturdnv.- The following were ele. teil
officers of llardwlck Grunge 32". for
1!H2: Master, P. R. Sliiylon; overseer,
T. V. Green: secretary. Elsie Water
man, treasurer, Arthur Raich; lec
turer. Mrs. Blanch Green; steward,
Charllu Hogubooinularty assistant stew
ard, Mary Conrad; assistant steward.
Frank Conrad; gatekeeper, John
Pentll, ceres, Mrs, P. r, Slnyton: Flora,
Mrs. Tl las Poland; Pomona. Ida
Hair: chaplain. Mrs A. B. Shunnnn
Mlss Ella Mason of Barre was the guesl
ot her slsler, Mrs. C. C. Dwlnell, the tlrst
of the w cel. Sunnier Darling, Jr., of
Burlington was at home for Christmas.
Mrs. J. B. Partlow visited .Johnson
Simdiiy.-MIss Ethel Wiildron visited her
parents, the Rev ami Mrs. J. D. W'ab
dron, at Wheeluel, Sunday and Monday.
--Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lenny of North
held liuvo been visiting at Nupoleon B.
adeau's a few days.-The basketball game
played by the academy and the Adelphl
club team was won ov the Adelphl club,
to IP. Miss Nellie Ansboro visile,! at
her inline In Albany th tlrst of the week,
Mr. and Mrs. G. V. Buchanan of Wood
buiy visited al A. R. Ilurlson's Sunday.
-A S. Paine of .MorilhVllle was lu town
.Wumlut Ml and Mis. George .Smith of
Moriisvllle were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
C. C. Dwlnell the tlrst of the week. Mr.
and Mr E M D:il- and Jiunc 11.
I 'nrkc mid taintlv were In Morrlsvllle
Monda Dr t il roll Still of Haverhill,
Mass,, Is visiting hla parents, Mr, and
.Mrs, Willis Still.
Mlns Gwendolyn Crocker of Boston
spent Christmas at her grandfather's,
Peter Olivers. Miss Bertha Ransom was
here from Burlington Saturday Hnd Mon
day. Mrs. Truman Gould Is 111. Freda
Talbert Is at home from Morrlsvllle for
tho holidays, Charles Downer Is 111.
Mr. and Mrs. Sargent Dow visited their
daughter, Mrs. I. S. Fnrrnnd, Christmas.
There were no services at the church
Sunday on account of the small-pox
Miss Cnrolinu Strong, need 33 years,
died early Sunday morning at tho
Fanny Allen hospital where she had
been taken five days ago. An autopsy
performed Sunday afternoon by Drs.
Dalton nnd Stono showed the catiso of
death to havo been a tumor and ap
pendicitis. Henry Bourgault, about 22 years
old, narrowly escaped being seriously
Injured by a 22-callbra bullet fired
Into his forehead by a pistol In the
hands of his youngor brother who did
not know It would shoot. The boys
wero meddling with the gun nt their
homo on Plntt street Friday night
and nfter It was loaded the younger
boy foollngly pointed It at his older
brother but mrgot to take his linger
nrf the trigger nnd pop went the pis
tol. The bullet was flattened on the
bone of the forehead, lodged under
the scalp and wns removed shortly
About 3:30 o'clock Monday after
noon an alarm wns rung In for an out
break anew of fire at the Tobey barn
which was burned to the ground Sun
day night. The baled straw smould
ered all dny. and In tho afternoon
blazed out afresh. When the firemen
arrived they had to use pitchforks nnd
spread the straw, In order to put tho
(Ire out. The hydrant which was used
the night previous was broken, and It
wns necessary to attach the hose to
tho one at Hie corner of Barlow nnd
Center streets. Only one stream was
used. John Flint made a spectacular
run to the fire and narrowly escaped
serious Injury. He had the hose
wagon attached to the rear of his
light carriage, and on reaching a cor
ner, the horse unexpectedly turned,
and tho cart went straight ahead.
smashing one wheel of his team and
throwlne; him out. Mr. Flint was al
most run over by the cart. By this
time men who were on their way to
tho lire grabbed the cart and hauled
It the remainder of the way..
No news has been received by tha
authorities or his family as to the
whereabouts of Alphonse Bourasso.
Arthur Marceaii of Saskatchewan, r.
cousin of Mr. Bournssn, has returned
to his home. While hero he secured
a searching party that visited the sev
eral places where Bourassa Is sup
posed to have gone to seek employ
ment The woods In the neighborhood
of the Malletts Bay road were also
searched as well as many of the farms.
Tho rlvor near Athletic Park was dy
namited hut all this revealed nothing.
Mr. Bourassa left home on the morn
ing of December ID.
James Bain has accepted a position
as overseer with the Bay State Wor
sted company of Worcester, Mass., and
left for his new duties Tuesday. Mr.
Bain was recently an assistant over
s'ier In the dyeing department ot the
American Woolen mills here.
Jiid.-on W. Green of this village died at
the Mary Fle'eher hospital Thursday
morning at i:30 o clock. He had been se
riously 111 with Brisht'.s disease for about
four weeks and was taken to the hosplt il
three week-ago. Mr. Green wns born In
Brldpoit 4' eurs ago. The greater part
of his iif,. wa.s spent in Brockton, Mass,
where lie was ensagfd in the shoo busi
ness and served 15 years on the police
force. About two years nnd a half ago
be came here to care for his mother, Mrs.
E. A. Gieene. Betides his mother, Mr.
Green is survived by his wife, whom lie
man led only six months ago. He was
a ii ember of the Knights of Pythias
Lodje of Brockton, Mas. Mt. Mansfield
Loilte nf this place had charge of
Hie lii'ieral servlres, which were held
u his lute homo at 2:30 o'clock.
Tin luncral of Mrs. David Allair of Es
sex was held at the chinch of the Holy
l'.iinil Tuesday morning at ten o'clock
Mrs. Allair died Satuida inoiuluc at the
home ot her daughter. Mis Bel; Catella,
death being due to cancer of the stomach.
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Goodrich ot West
lord entertained a number of relatives
Christmas day at the uld homestead. A
delicious dinner was served. Those pres
ent were Mr. and Mrs. (). .1 Remington
and two sons of Essex, Mr. and Mrs. Levi
Goodrich and family of Fairfax, Mr. and
Mr- l-'orrls Goodrich and family of West
ford, Mr. and Mrs. Fayette Goodrich of
Westford. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Remington
and daughter of Westford, Mr. and Mrs.
George Buzzed and family ot 1'iiderhlll
and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Blodgett of I'n
dcrhill. Christinas dinner was served by Mrs.
chsilcs S. Wrlsloy in honor of the three
generations of her husband, Charles s.
iWiisley. A 24-cotit-se dinner wns served
I to r guests. In the evening a program
J of vo-ul nnd Instrumental milsl was en
joyed by both young and old. The guests
wele: Jacob Wrlsley, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Wrlsley and son., ot Stowe; Mls.s Hazel
Wrlsley, Morristown; Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam fiagcr, Mr. and Mr. Edward Ll
mnge. Burlington, Frank Sager, M iss.i
cliusctts: Mr. and Mrs. Normal Sager.
Colcheter; Mr and Mr-'. Henry J. Des
iiny. Ml.-s Barbnra Dcsany, Jericho, Ed
ward Walters. New York
Miss Josephine Bnssctte tho 13-year-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward
p.assette. Is seilously 111 from pneu
monia While playing basket hall i-j-eutl.
William Thorpe broke a finger.
The public schools i losed Friday
afternoon for the holidays with ap-
Ipmpnnlo Christinas exercises. Lester
I Pi Indie of the freshman class or
the unlveislty Is at homo here for tho
holidavs. -Mr. and Mrs. Mnhlon Purln
ton anil Miss Carrie Piirlntnn of Lin
coln aro spending a few days at Mr,
nnd Mis. H. J. Clark's.
The llanllst Church was crowded Mon
day evening to HsSen lo a program of re
i nations by the children Superintend
ent Leon D Piindle nf the Sunday school
pi-csldcd l-lverv child received a present
and a box of candy. During the evening
the Bc Thomas Davidson, pastor of tho
church, nnd Mrs. Davlsoij were given a
purse of money by the people of the
church. Thcv also rccced other pics
Miss I'loieiicp Metcnlf of Cllfliinilale,
Mass. Is visiting her .iircnts, Mr suit
Mrs W II Metealf MKi Alum Pease,
Lionel Merrill and Gcoine Steicii', stu-
dents at Monjpeller Seminary, aro spend
Ing tho holidays In town. The Mlssei
PearV and Ruth Potter of Troy Confer
enco Academy arc at home. Scth John
son of the t'nlvtrslty of Vermont
spending the Christmas vacation at horn
Mrs. Man' Clark and sons of Rnndolp i
aro visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wright Clark -Miss
Molly Patten of Burlington Is visit
ing Mr. nnd Mrs. C. F. Johnson. -Tn
Sunday school pupils gave a musical pla
at tlio church Christmas night. Seth
Johnson acted the part of Santa flat)
and Blossom Goodrich, Diuno Clans. Th
Ladles' fnlon Aid soclelv gave i
social In the parlors of the Methodic
Episcopal Church Wednesday nt 7:30 p
m. Tho Fnlon Circle ot King's Daugh
ters will meet with Mrs. W. II. Mctcai"
Miss Calla Miles Is passing the holi
days with her parents In Monkton. W. J
Wescott nnd faintly ot Essex visited at
thn home of M. W. Hinsdale Satuida
and Sunday. There was a Christmas tro
and exercises Friday esenlng at thi
school houo. Mr, and Mrs. William Gre
nnd children passed Christinas with Mrs.
Grey's sister In lllnesburg.
Mrs. Hayes l.s serlolMy ill with pne .
monlii. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lord ar
the parents of a son, born Cirlstma
morning. Tho Misses Mary and M r "
McNeil are at home for tho Christina
vacation. Max U'olcott enme Satunla
night to spend Christmas. Harold T
returned to Boston Monday night ape
being the guest of Miss Smith for a f"
days. Mr. and Mrs. Yt. O. Wiles nr
vMtlng the Rev. and Mrs. W. W. Sn.i
Charles Henderson Is at home for '
holidays. Miss Mablo Edwards of Barre,
who Is attending Johnson Normal Sehoo ,
Is the guest 'of Mrs. Carl Densmore -James
Coeg of Hurllngton spent Christ
mas day at J. B. Thompson's. Mrs. Em
ma Lucia Is visiting her sister, Sirs. Iri
Lord. Harry Densinoro and son, Wllllnrr,
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Cutts and Robert
Gambol were guests of Mr. and Me
Frank Densmore Christmas. Mrs F' c i
Andrus and daughter, Helen, returned M
their home In Burlington Mondav Mi
ami Mrs. Cilley and son ore visiting Mr
and Mrs. II. E. Cilley. There will oe a
union service of the churches Sunday
morning at 1M3. The Rev. Clifford H
Smith of Burlington will speak on "A
Better Vermont " An offering will b
taken up for the Anti-Saloon League
Frank Towne nnd family spent ("iin.s'
mas In Waterbury nt Richard FMdock s
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Church entertained
over Christmas Mrs i"hurcY. mothei,
Mrs. Morse ot Burlington Dr. James Mc
Ketizle of New York ! vl!ing his sister,
Mrs. A. J. Cranrisll. Mr. and Mrs F H
Chessmore were In Charlotte Tuesday
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. C'randall of Richmond
were guests of Mrs. crandall's parents
C'hritmas. Daniel O'Brien nnd son, Lei ,
were nt E. E. Crnndall's Monday Mr
and Mrs. O W. I'-iImer entertained n
number of telatlves and friends at their
home Christmas. Mrs Merta Alger -s
Ml and Mrs. It. E. Bullock entmalne'i
a laws party of friends Christmas da',
among whom were Mr Bullock's mothc.
who leaves Saturday for Medford, Mass ,
Mr. and Mis. J. M. McNall and children
and Leon Lester and friend of Champlain,
Miss Lillian Adams of Westford and .V'
and Mrs. Hobert Richards and son of
this place. A goose dinner and an oyster
supper were served. In the evening i
tree nnd recitations by Vernon, Mae nn 1
Charles Bullock were enjoyed. Mr en I
Mrs. Oliver Stanle-- and family passed
Christinas with Mrs. Stanley's brother
Horace Ward of Georgia.
Mr and Mrs. Henry L. Murdock of
Fnflerhlll spent Friday with Mr in I
Jits. Cyrus Tarbov Mrs. Bertha King
Parker was In Essex Junction Friday -Ernest
Rogers spent Thursday in Bur
llnglon -John Casey, who conducts 1 o
Bishop faun near the Wlnooskl riv. s
making rapid progress fiom the i ii .
which he recently fractuied. The i al.
was near the shoulder and he 1 iw
abb to do some work. Henry MarsaH
of WHterbury Is doing Interior decora'lng
I at the Barber farm. Mr. and Mrs. Ra pit
Wilbur arrived Saturday from Portland.
Ore., for a brief visit with his par""" .
Mr. nnd Mrs. 1.. F. Wilbur. -The rum
ot the burned d.. strict ale neater in i -pearnnce
by the cutting of bushes w i
were growing In the rellais. Miss 1 i
Carroll his been visiting her sist. r 7di i
AlUe Carroll, on her way from 1 rd
wick to Bui llngion. Mr. and Mrs G
Nay aro entertaining their son. Aitoi t
George N. Nay, of Sandy Hill. N
Mis? Ruth Packard of Wellesloj f'obre
who Is In tow n for tho holidays, weir
Sati.rday to Jericho Center to remain
over Chrlimas as the guest of her in c ie,
Seth M. Packard. Miss May White i mm
Saturday evening from White Rer
Junction to remain a few days with her
parents. Mr. and Mrs. George Wbt c -Mls.s
Madge Rood came Saturday nc ru
ing from Nashua, N. H., to visit her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Rood
Homer Day iame Saturday from Nimv
York to spend Clulstmas at the I mo
ol Ids uncle. B. II. Da. Mr. and rn
V. C. Juekson, Mr. and .Mrs F A
Penhal anil son spent Manil.-i ii
But ling. on. guests of Mr. and Mrc C A.
Juck.son.-.Mrs A. D. Hrudford of St V
baus is iriting her sister. Mrs W Him
Pollard, fot several days. Mr. Brad ir 1
came Satiiiday for a short visit Mi
J. P. Hunter and family entertained i
Clulstmas gallierlnc, nt their home Mon-dn.-Mr.
and Mrs. Seymour Wak- 1
of Buiilny.cn hne been visiting a
Ilium of S. K. Curtis --It. W. Brow i- i '
the li. I.. Hinds company. Bii'l-i, :Hli,
was al homo Sunday and Mondn
Saturday evening Hie Baptist S' la
school save a s'.pper for 'is iiirin wr ,
followed by a short Clujstmas cxei . .
and a tree In the church. Sundav i
pastor's I heme was Chrl-tmns M s
Alice Carroll loturned Monday cwilng
from several days In Burlington Mrs
(1. B. lli'lhurd and son, Llovd, -pet
.Monday lu Wntervllle Hiram in I
Homer Day. who spent Srnd.iy and Moi
day t the home of their umle. fl H
Day, leturned to New York Miimlii
cieulng-U Hie congregational Mir '
Sunday the Rev. Mr. Cnshman -,n.. ni
able sermon on Christmas. Christum
music was furnished by Mr. and APs
1". A Perclvnl, Miss Lulu Lincoln ir
L. C. Rice, Mrs. II. C. Ilawlcv M( s
Helen Ciislnnoio pud 'T. B. Wi'lluns,
There- was also a solo by Mrs. llawlc1.
Theie was a large congregation nnd ax
Ilia Sunday sihool Hie atlendan'c wis
the largest for any time this oar s
the Chrlstmns Iree Monday ceiling Ho
Church us well filled, iMore than Ki nt
tending the annual concert and ewrclses
by the Sunday school. The church undr'
the dliectlon of V. S. Tomlliison was
jstefull decorated. Every one present
leeched n nft. -Miss Osgood of Westford
Is visiting her sister, Mrs. M. O Bine I,
- Ml-s Blanche Wilder Is keeping hnusn
for .Miss Kathcrlne Reave.i, whIV s o
Is away for a few weeks.
Mis Sarah Storm Is contlnr i in n
huiife by illncts.-Mlsb Madge Rood, l-