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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS AND TIMES: TIIURSDAT, MAY 23, 1912.
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sertion. Copy may bo
changed every week. Cash
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is less limn 12 words, two
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tlon Blind Co.. covering Seventy OP)
shares o Stock. Above Certificate was
Issued to Ellas Lyman, under data of
June 6th, 18., Finder plenso return
to the undersigned, at Xo. 2v. College.
St., Burlington, Vt Kllas J.yman.
FARMS FOR SALE.
fS ACRE FaRM for sale, one mile north
of Bristol village, three-quarters of a
mil from railroad station, nearly new
S room house, barns, good running
water, land in hlsh state of cultivation
well divided Into meadow and pasture,
plenty of wood, ran easily keep ten
cows and team Box 33, Bristol, Vt.
VERMONT FARMS for sale. Catalogue
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six head of young stock, nil tools,
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fcOLATAIN PENS AT VUliii I'UUSg.
HAPPENINGS IN VERMONT
(Continued from pane 1.)
vlaltlnK her parents, Mr, and Mrs.
Pntrlck McMnhon of High street.-Thls
nfternoon It Is expected much rare sport
will bo furnished when tlio fat men of
tho villain cross buts with tlio lean inrn
for tho benoflt of tho Mlddloliury Im
provement socloty. Father ,1. D. Shan
non, who has been III at his homo for
three weeks, has so far improved as to
bo able to attend to Ills duties again.
Fred Flanders has opened n. shoe repair
ing shop In the T Kidder block nn Mer
chant row, Mrs. loiils St. Mary hna
gono to Rutland for 10 days. Mrs K. U
lluests roturned from the Mary Fletcher
hospital at BurllnKton, where she under
went an operation three weeks ago.
Robert Lynch, who has boon sorlously 111
Ith pneumonia, has so far recovered as
to be able to be out again. W. E, Prior
went to lliiillngton Tuesday morning
after his wife, who underwent an opera
tion at tho Fanny Allen hospital about
two weeks ngo for appendicitis. The Mid
dlebtiry Improvement society will hold n
dnnco In the town hall Friday evening.
Vlttttm's orchestra of right pieces will
furnish music Mrs. Grnrgo Fassott nnd
son, Fred, have gone to llnneock for a
two weeks' visit with relatives and
A still alarm of fire about ten o'clock
"Wednesday morning wan for a small blazo
at tho Congrcgntlnnal parsonago on
South riensant .treet. Assistant Chief
Fonte and several men responded and
with tho aid of chemicals soon had the
blaze out. It was caused by tho building
of a lire in a lire place, which boated tho
wood Joists and set them to smouldering,
and In a short time would have sprung
into a blaze. Tho loss Is small and cov
ered by Insurance. Among people in town
are David C. Kebio of Fairlee, Dr. A.
Clark of Chelsea, .1. 11. Norton of Bran
don, Charles F. Church and Frank U Mil
ler of Whiting, Carl J, Peterson of East
Berkshire and II. M. Cheney of Crown
Point. N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Ulnck
mer, who have been In Orwell, returned
Wednesday and will reopen their homo at
New Haven at once. The meet
In of the hoard of directors of
tho Addison County Fish nnd Game
League, which was to be held
to-day, has beon postponed to June 30.
to be hold In Vergennes. Mrs. William
McCoy and daughter have gone to Brld
port for 10 days to visit her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Eadd Miner. L. C. Russell left
Tuesday on a several weeks' business trip
In the West. The members of William
P. Russell Tost. No. S3, fi. A. R., ami as
sociate members nnd tho members of Wil
liam P. Russell Circle, No. r., Ladles of
tho G. A. R., held a Joint meeting In tnn
Volunteer engine rooms Tuesday evening.
The meeting was called to order by Post
Commander Charles Bain, after which
tho Rev. Rlehard R. Ksten, I). D offered
the blessing. A committee, Judge John
E. Weeks, Dr. Richard II. Esten, Sena
tor James B. Donowny and Ira H. Dn
Fleur and R. S. Benedict, was chosen to
mako arrangements for better uuaricro
for the O. A. R. post and their associates
and to report nt a future meeting. The
Rev. John Evans Bold was selected as
toastmastcr. The meeting was then open
ed for remarks and experiences of the
war. Among th'o.ve who gave some inter
esting remarks were Comrades C. E.
Youtt, W. I.. Cndy ami James Tracy a"d
associate members, Judge Weeks, Ira I.a
Fleur, Senator Dnnnwny, A. R. Sturt'
vant. Dr. Esten. Clyde llurlburt and R.
S. Renedlct. Several Indies also mHde re
marks. A. W. Harris and William Ken
worthy have gone to Burllngt n for a ftw
days. Chief of Police Frank Warren and
Deputy Sheriff N. J. SmfnrJ arre.stei
Crorgie Train, Daisy Ray our! an Italian
for a breach of the peare Tuesday even
ing They were taken into Judge Dl -k-ens's
court nnd the Italian wns lined 111,
which he paid. He was discharged. T'u
former was put under ball of ir.o and tbi
woman $350. They are still In tho co r.itv
It has been decided to hold n cele
bration In this city July 4 and nn or
ganization to mako arrangements for
the celebration formed with offlcors as
follows: President, the Rev. I,. A.
Vezlna; vlco-prosldent, the Rev. George
R. Brush; secretary, George W. Stone.
A committee of 10 havo been appointed
to have general charge of tho manage
ment of tho affair. Tho commltteo con
sists, prosldont, vice-president and
secretary. Mayor C. II. Culsso, Dr. C.
II. Cole, R, W. McCuon, W. R. Warner,
If. C. Herrlck, Alderman W, II. Norton
and J, H. Donnelly. Alderman W. If.
Norton has generously offered the use
of tho fair ground for a ball game,
horse race, Hlrshlp ascension, automo
bile parade or such form of cnlertnln
menl as rnny be deemed best
Mr. and Mrs, E. s. Stons nt Manchester
Center were in town Saturday. Mr. Storm
has sold hla farm in Addison to West
port. N. Y parties. Dr. and Mis. W.
S. Cole of Bradford passed Sunday with
his brother. Dr. C. If. Cole. The body
of Charles Amhleau was brought hero
Satin-day from Burlington and Interment
made. In the Catholic cemetery. Miss
Mildred AVynian has returned from a
few days in Burlington. W. W. Swlney
has returned from a business trip
through Pennsylvania, New York and
New England. State tuberculosis ex
hibit at opera house Friday. I.eotur 11
luMiated with Btereopticon In the even
ing. Exhibit opens from 10:00 a. in. to
10:00 p. m. Cecil A. Bristol has returned
to Glens Falls. N. Y after a visit to
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Bristol.
The school directors of Vergennes,
Fcrrlsburg, Pnnton and Addison mot nt
the Slovens llouso Monday afternoon
for the purpose of tnkin-r mensuirs for
tho formation of a school union. .State
Superintendent of Hchools Mason S.
Stone wos present and outlined the work.
No nctlun was taken and the meeting
was adjourned for one week The
condition of Miss Grace Gordon, who re
cently underwent an operation for np
pcndlcltls, with complications ot tho
Fanny Allen hospital. Is reported to be
encouraging. Mr, nnd Mrs. John nivern
und sons of Burlington are visiting her
parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. J Bnrnnrd.
Mr and Mrs. I.ouls A. ltoy of Kankakee,
III., am visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. p
Bnrlley and cither relatives In town. Mis.
T C. Mlddlebrook and daughter, Edith,
visited MIhs Jonnlo Lnttln of Burlington
Saturday, Arlle Alden of Dartmouth
College passed Sunday with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs, John M. Allien. V A.
(Bristol of the UnlverMly of Vermont,
who attended the meeting of tho Ameri
'rnn Institute of Electrical Engineering
nt Schenectady, N. Y hint week, passed
Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
C. D, Bristol. Arthur Bui roughs of
Montreal Is visiting his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. Burroughs. Mr. and Mis. James
Casey have so far recovered from their
recent Illness as to be able to be out
The Vergennes boaid of trade hold a
special meeting Monday evening at city
hall, tho president, tha Rev, 1.. A. Ve
zlna, presiding. Tim subject of sprinkling
the streets was brought up und after a
discussion W. It. Warner. Alderman W,
II Norton and X J. Uen.iud woro ap
pointed a committee to solicit funds and
havo general iupervUlon of the work..
Immediately after this meeting, ti citi
zens' meeting wns held and matters per
taining to n July 4 celebration nnd car
nival talked over. There was much en
thusiasm shown In rcgnrd to the celebra
tion and thero Is a determination on tho
part of thoso having the matter In charge
to innko It one of tho best events of tho
Mnd held In this section. Mrs, John Ee
Ueoiif nnd son, Charles Rupert, havo re
turned to Worcester, Mass., after n visit
to Alderman and Mrs, W. II, Norton nnd
other relatives. Albert Lnsh went Tues
day to Burlington to mako repairs on
his store In Ethan Allen Park that was
recently broken Into and burglarized.
Miss Bcllo Eagan visited her mother,
Mrs, Edward Engan, Sunday nt tho Mary
Flecher hospital In Burlington.
The annual convention of Addison
County Woman's Christian Temperanco
t'nlon will bo held May 2S In thla city nt
tho Congregational church. Program;
Morning. 10:00, executive meeting; 10:H,
convention opens with the rending of
psalm ll'i in unison; prayer, Mrs. Ella
Dana, greetings from local union nnd
tho churches; response, Mrs. M, A. Mon
roe, Mlddlcbury; report of laat conven
tion nnd executive meeting, appointing
committees, noontide prayor, Miss Gor
don: afternoon, lilfi, devotlonnl meeting
led by Mrs. Anna Gove; 1 :!!, annual
address by the president, Mrs. Mnnum;
2:15. roll call, followed by election of
offlrers; 2:15, superintendent's report;
3::o, paper, "What Will Best Bring
Cheer to Our Shut-ins," Mrs. Emma
Wright; paper, S. T. 1. work, Mrs.
Sylvia Vanslett, paper, Y. P. P. work,
Miss Mnry Eddy, Miss Elsie Peasn; 4:X),
memorial hour conducted by Miss Pease;
4:20, pastor's hour, discussion, "Are tho
Women of Vermont Ready for tho Bal
lot," participants In the discussion not
nllowed over eight minutes. Reports of
secretory, treasurer, auditor; evening,
7:15, praise and prayer service led by
Miss Pease assisted by members of tho
Industrial school; address of the even
ing, Miss Elizabeth Gordon; short ad
dress. Miss Pease. Music for tho evening
will be furnished by the industrial school
and the church eholr. A collection will
be taken to defray expenses. Each union
is entitled to four delegates nnd It Is
hoped that tho churches In town where
there are no unions will send nt least
one fraternal delegate. Free entertain
ment will bn furnished by union nnd
friends. If delegntes wish to remain over
night it will be necessary to send their
names to Miss W. R. Bristol, Vergennes.
Henry A. Ingham of Topeka, Kans.,
Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Wood
man. The condition of Alderman O. 11.
Gnwett, wlm has been suffering from an
attack of rheumatism, Is .somewhat im
nrmd. Mis. I;. A Foot'e has returned
from Cornwall, where she has been pass
Ins the winter with her son. Harold
Stone of Albany, N. V., Is visiting his
parents. Mr. and Mrs. George E. Stone.
.Nils. C. M. .Irandy wns called to Ron
ton yesterday by the serious illness of
her father, .1. T. Hill. Mrs. Ray Ingnlls
of Sw&ntoti was the guest of Mrs. W,
R. Warner Wednesday. The Rev. S. S.
Cobb has an attack of neuritis. Mr. and
Mrs. Cyrus Ilorsfoid of Charlotte vis
Ited their parents. Mr. and Mr. Wil
liam Crosby, Sunday. Joseph I.aporte
of Webster, Mass., Is visiting his par
ents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Julius I.aporte. The
condition of Mrs. S. S. Wright, who wns
operated upon for the removal of a
cancel nt the M'iry Fletcher hospital, is
Miss Lavake of Niagara Falls, N. V.,
has been a guest of Miss Fern Shattuck
the past week. The Odd Fellows ale at
home from Woodstock, the dentists finm
Burlington, anil the t hers from Mid-
dlobur .Daniel ktnnrot has had an In
ciease of pension trotn $17 to $:vi by spe-
Inl net through J-enutur Page. Mrs. M.
Belle AMIson, who has been in Brewster
Neck hospital. Norwich, Conn., fur six
months nmslng. Is at home. -Mrs. Han
nah Ncedhnm has gone to Burlington tor
several wfeks. Mrs. R. A. 1'iirlntni has
gone to Mnutpcller fur two weeks. -I;.
W. Hldwell of Monktim visited Mrs.
Caroline Ray Sumlm - E. H. Palmer
visited his daughters in U'nterlnirv on
his way home from Wofi oek. Ar
rangements ale umler way for Hie oli
pervance of Menioii.il Sunday ,nnl .Me.
nuiilal day hum end the program will be
Tho Outlook i tub will meet with Mis.
Edmunds May 21. It will bo a tlnral meet
ing. Albert Gove, who died In L'tunlu
Satuiday night, was Well known here.
.Mrs. A. C. tier nf this village Is a lib re.
Mr. and Mrs. William Purden of liiu
llngton were Sunday guest" of Judge and
Mrs. E. A. Hasseltine. George Palmer of
Hartford, Conn.. U visiting his patents,
Mr. and Mrs. F. II Palmer. Tho annual
convention of tlm Addison county
Woman's Christlar. Temperance Cnion
will be held at the Congregational
Church In Vergennes May 2. The speak
trs will be Miss Elizabeth Gordon nt
Portland, Me., and Mls EMe Pease of
Swantnn. Snow fell h,.ri Mondnv witn
the temperature down to ai degree.
Mrs. O. C. Crandill and Mrs. Miranda
Hutchlns attended the funeral of O. P.
McEntee In Monkton Wednesday. Spy
er..l from here attended the funeral of
Albert Gove In Lincoln Tuesday Tile
mcmbcra of W. C, Diiuton Pns. G, A.
It., and nil old soldiers, tho W. R. C.
and Sons of Veterans are leipiosted to
meet In thu G, A. R. hall Sunday after-'
noon at 2:30 sharp, "nd mureh to the
Baptist Church, where the memorial Sun
day sermon will bo pleached by the Rev.
E. M, Holmnn. W, W. Swluev of Ver
gennes was In town Monday W. A. Law
rence, N, F. Duntheo nnd E. C. Dike at
tended the funeral of Gardner S. 'a:n
nrlqht in Mtddlebury Monday. -E II. Pal
mer returned from Watct uurj Monday
night Some farmers arc complaining
that potatoes, are rotting In the ground
owing to the continued wet weather Tho
delegates to tho W. C. T. I', convention
at Vergennes May 23 from the local so
ciety nro: Mrs. Emma Wright, Mrs. E.
R. Stone. Mrs. .Susan Plain and Mrs. C.
M. Hosworth. The V. C. T. tT. will meet
with Mrs. Ella Dana Mny 2I.-G. E. Fair
of Rlpton was an over-Sunday visitor In
town. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Clifford ami
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Slayton of Brandon
visited here the llrst of the week.
Philip Dwlro has had un Increase of
pension from 124 to $30 n month. Tho fol
lowing committees havo been appointed
for Memorial day by Dunton Post; Mu
sic, II. P. Sherwln; hall and decorations,
Philip Dwlro; teams, J. J. Rhoadea; Mow
ers, Monroe, Smith and Grcenough; Hags
nnd markers, Hheiwln and Ithondes; gen
eral committee, Moody, Smith. Peck and
Grcenough; color hearer, I.uwts Lapolntj
marshal, E, B, Palmer Mm, Tyler, wlfo
n Patrick Tyler, died at her homo on
North street yesterday morning. Sho Is
survived by her husbnnd, four daughters,
Miss Kato Hurtney und Miss Annie Tyler
ot this town, Mrs. George Nlcklnw of
Forcsldale and a daughter In New York,
one son, John Tyler, of this town. Mrs.
C". N. llatcheldcr of WallliiBford Is In
town. Mall Clerk Harold Boa worth Is at
home for u week, Mrs. Charles Dow,
who bus been visiting here, has returned
to Charlotte. Mrs. Chnrles Franklin ot
Monkton Ridge Is visiting her pares,;,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Nelson HIII.-O. W. Bnede't
U confined to hla houao with illness.-F.
A. Buidltt of Rutnm, wna n town yee-
lerdny.-Tho Mtins Hoso company and
Uio town team win piny ball at Hewitt
Park Thursday afternoon, May SO
Mrs. Subrlnt Brown, widow of Darwin
Wright, died Friday, aged Si years, after
a lingering lllneaH ,)f prVrral months at
tho homo of hor son, Mllo Wright. Sho
leaves two sons, John and Mllo Wright,
of this town, iiino giand-chlklren and 10
great grnnd-chltdren. The funeral was
held at' the house Sunday at 12 o'clock,
tho Rov. Mr. Mill f nrlslol officiating.
.Burlnl was In the Jerusalem cemetery bo
slde her husband, who died nearly four
years ago. Thoso to attend tho funeral
from ntvny we're Mr. -and Mrs. Georgo
Bassett, Mr. and Mrs, Wallace Brown,
Mr. and Mrs. Van Ness Dearborn, Mr.
and Mrs. George Dearborn of Lincoln,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Dearborn of Brls
tol. Edgar Brown and daughter of Now
Haven, Mr, and Mrs. Vernon Sargent of
Huntington. Mr, and Mrs. Orvet Hallock
nro visiting their daughter, Mrs, Georgo
Wright, in Wey bridge. Joseph Sargent
Is at home, from the Mount Hermon
school nt Northlleld, Mass. Mrs. Llllle
Chapln, who has heen visiting her daugh
ter at L. F. Blrd.'all's, has returned to
her homo In Brooklyn, N Y James Al
ger has rented tho John Orvls farm and
taken possession. Vella Marrelll of
Brandon Is the guest' of his son. Frod
Marcelll and family.
There will te n union memorial service
at tho Congregational Church next Bun
day. Tho pnstor, tlm Rev. Peter Heller,
will preach and a special Invitation has
been extended to every veteran to bo
present. Tho pastor and I)r O. M. Bump
attended the convention of Congrega
tional Churches In Mlddlehury thia week.
Dr. nnd Mrs. O. M. Bump spent a few
days In Mlddlobury with-their daughter,
Mrs. M. A. Thomas -The criminal suit to
hnve been tried Saturday wns dismissed
as tho plaintiff, llerleit Grace de
parted for parts unknown Mrs. Allen
Nelson recently of Chicago with her two
children is spending a few weeks nt the
homo of F. B. Nelson The cottage
prayer meeting will be held Thursday
evening -it the residence of W. F. Chase.
Mrs. George Snvery and Miss Cora
lleach entertnlned the "Daughters of
Ruth" nt tho town hall Tuesday. IC. E.
Noyes has moved his family to the Ariel
house, whero they will reside Hon. C.
F. Klngsley is recovering from a severe
bruise received lost week during a dis
turbance he was trying to stop nt one
of his tenement houses.
June i is to ho children's day at the
church. Children's night wns held nt tho
grango Frfdny evening Refreshments
were served. The llrst and second de
grees were conferred on a small class.
Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Clark returned from St.
Albans on Mondav accompanied by Miss
Cora Mitchell. The strawberry festival
is to be held at tho church on
Mny 24. Florence St. Clarn has gono
to Worcester and Boston. Tho remains
nf Mrs. Emily Smith reached here Friday,
where Interment wns made. Mrs. Smith's
home was In California, but she was well
known here. Mny 21 Is to be memorial
Sunday at the church.
Mrs Lorett Orvls of Denver, Col., who
has been spending a few months with her
daughter, Mrs. I'hatles Franklin, has
gono to stay -awhile with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Hill, of Bristol.
Caroll Cox. who recently underwent an
operation for appendicitis, Is not Im
proving as fast as would be desired.
Mrs. Jeanette Ilnrnum has gone to Port
Jefferson, N. Y.. to visit her children.
Mrs. Nathan Page, who has been In poor
health for over a year, is able to walk
a short distance.
Harold Clifford la HI with pleuro
pneumonia. A. E. Clifford nnd W. N.
Hill have pun based a new Overland
touring car. Mrs. Maude Wade and
Miss VIda Ellison attended the teachers'
convention In Mlddlebmy. Miss Anna
Briggs, who has been very 111 with
broii'-hlnl pneumonia. I -somewhat bet
ter. Mis Fanny Ilulott has returned.
Last Sunday the pnstor of the Baptist
Church exchanged pulpits with the Rov.
Mr dishing of Hinesburg. The third
and fourth degiees will be conferred at
tho Grange Friday night. A short pro
gram will be given and refreshments
served, Next Sunday will be observed
as thank-offering day, tho children hav
ing a part In the program. Mrs. Ixls
Hill is ill.
Mr nnd Mrs. Flnjd Perry are house
keeping in West Itochestri. Charles
Church !,ns icilurned from Massachus
etts. George Grlswold ts visiting Ills
sister, Mrs. Elliot Eaton -Mrs. I'lulstn
pher Riley has gone to Bethel to isit
her mother. .Mrs G. R. I'lmroh Is In
Mr.s. Charles Suennr, who had an op
eration Tuesday for appendicitis, Is still
In a rrlllr.il condition. Mrs. William
Hubbard and Mrs. Howard Johnson were
guests of their father, William lllnman,
Snturdav and Sunday. Mrs. J. E. Davis
has returned home after passing several
days with Mrs Stlnson eif Burlington,
Miss Lnake, who has been with Mrs. I,.
N. Rowley, lelurned to Mlddlehury Sat
urday. Mrs R. D. Landon returned Mon
day from the Proctor hospital, where sho
underwent an eijierntlon two weeks ago.
James Wilson whs In Burlington Mon
day. The Rev. Mr. llolden and M. J.
Landon were In Mlddlobury Tuesday. R.
G. H. Bllnti nnd son, Edgar of Middle
burv, were in town Saturday, nuesis of
F. M. Merrill.
T. W. Fletcher and family have been
spending porno time In California. Alice
Hemenway has returned from Ohio,
Mabel Towner of Shorchum Is nt the tele
phone exchange. Mrs. Martha Payne
will go to Rutland this week Miss Meda
Russell Is away on u vacation. Tho lo
cal graiiKii lias piupared a program for
Mrs. Georgo Thompson of Indlnnupulls
Is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
I) S, Twllchell.-Mrs. Don Hurlbert and
children . re with Mrs, llurlbert's
tumuit, Mr. and Mrs, ti. 11. Wilght
Mrs. Charles Elklns of Brandon was tho
guest of Mrs. II L. Thompson last Sat
uiday and Sunday. Latest leports ftom
Htowell Dewoy nt the Mary Fletcher
hospital aru encouraging. The C. II. H
met with Miss Emma Baker Saturday
Mr. nnd Mrs, Charles Flsk, who have
been spending the winter with their son,
Burton Flsk, In Worcester, Mass., huvo
letuini'd.-Mr. and Mis. Thorn is Swln
Ingtoil am about to move to TIciinderoKii,
N. V.-Adlbert Itosslter of Saratoga,
N. Y., was In lawn Friday to attend tho
runeral of Mrs A II. Stanley. -Harry
Morsi. visited in Burlington Saturday ami
Sunday -Mrs A. K, Stanley died Mny
16 In tho sid yeur vt hor nK?i ftflor
u lingering Illness. Sho Is survived by
Iwu sons, Dr. Ned A. Stanley ' of Now
Bedford, Mass., and ITTed D, Btanloy of
vAllamosa, Cal. The funeral was held
from the church Friday afternoon nt 2:30
o'clock, the Rov. C. W. Tumor of Bran
don oniclatlng.-Mra. Peter Wilson of
Burlington wns called hero Monday by
tho serious Illness of her mother, Mrs,
Sunday nt tho Methodist Church at
11:00 a. m. tho Rov. O. C, Cornell will
speak on "Tho Dunl Law." Sunday
Chool after service mcot.tnff nt ttnai
Monkton at 2:80. Tho Epworth League
mooting will bo held u eight o'clock Sun
day evening nt tho church at tho Boro,
Lwl M. Dean has sold his farm and
stock to parties from New YoTk State.
Joseph Begor of Rutland, who has visit
ed his mother nnd other relatives the
past week, has returned homo. Dr. G.
R. Thomas Is seriously III.
Mrs. Ilex Greon has returned from a
Week's SlllV With rrlnmla In Aa.lUn.i
Mrs. Janctto Bamn hoe gono to Port
.leirerson to spend a few weeks with her
daughter. Mrs. F. L. McCrea.-MIss
Mnry Harrlmnn Is visiting Miss Letty
Mrs, Mary Dana of New Haven Is n
guest of her sister, Mr.s. E. M. Payne.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Sampson went last
week to Hartford, Conn., to visit their
son and wife, Mr. nnd Mrs, A. L. Samp
son, and ofter friends. -Lnngdon Roleau
of Now Haven is In town with his trac
tion engine, which Road Commissioner
J. S. Wing Is to uso In road construction,
Miss Katherlno Grlswold Is at Larra
bee's Point for several weeks.
Mrs. D. J, Brown visited her sister in
Brandon last week. Several from this
town attended tho funeral Sunday of
Howard Cook In East Shorehnm.--Bow
man Crosby has a new automobllei.
Henry Kelsov is ill. Hector Flllon visit
ed hts parents over Sundny. John Ames
visited Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Ketchum re
cently nt Waterbury, also Mr. and Mrs,
Herbert Casey nt Wllllamstnwn.
H. W. Jones Is gaining slowly, Mr. and
Mrs. W. W. Moore returned from Mount
Calm Landing Saturday. The entertain
ment in Academy hall Saturday evening
nns well attended. Mrs. G. H. Hall Is
passing a few days in Mlddlehury. Mrs.
Ella Baldwin Is in Brldport with her
dnughter, Mrs. M. T. Wolcott. The Rev.
and Mrs. Charles Wattle are attending
the State conference, of Congregational
churches in Middlebury. Howard Cook
died Friday. The funeral wns held Sun
day afternoon at his home. Tho Rev.
Charles Wattle had charge of the service.
The Masonic burial service was read at
the gravo by P. W. Walto. master of
Slmonds Iodge. F. & A. M of which
Mr. Cook wns a member. Had Mr. Cook
lived till July ho would be 52 years of
oge. He leaves n wlfo and two brothers,
A. J. and C. E. Cook of this town. Mrs.
Hownrd Cook Is entertaining her sister,
Mrs. Cnlahan, of Worcester. Miss Inn
Smith l.s at home from Boston. There
nro many acres of grain yet to sow, and
farmers hereabouts are anxious for fair
Albert F. Gove died at his lato home
Saturday night of chronic nephritis at
tho age of S2 years nnd 16 days. He was
born In town and with tho exception of
few years that he resided In the West
and in Bristol he wns a life-long resi
dent here. Ho was a son of John and
Sally Dow Gove. In his early llfo ho
learnevl the shoemaker's trade, and In
later years took up the gunsmith trade.
He leaves a son, Bert J. Gove, and a
daughter, Mrs. Marlon Thnyre. Mrs.
Thayre h'.is kept house for her father
most of the tlmo since her mother died
several years ago. Ills funeral was held
at his late home Tnesdav afternoon, the
Rev. Mr. Stnno odlciatlug. Tho Ladles'
Aid will hold a memorial social In their
hall Thursday evening, May So. A pro
gram appropriate for the day will ho
gl.ven and refreshments will he served,
The literary exercises of Prospect grongo
next Saturday will be largely of a pro
memorial nature, as this meeting l.s near
est Decoration day. The teachers will
serve refreshments. At the reipiest of
the veterans the Rev. E. R. Stono will
preach a memorial sermon Sunday at
I'fo p. m. Prank Lyman from California
I' at Lester Bryant's. Tho band Is to
plav 'n East Mlddlehury Decoration day.
At the Invlf-itlon of J. E. Nnylor, Bnp
t't state missionary pastor, another
Sunday school pnrty was held at tho
home of Mrs. Estella Govo May 10. tho
two senior classes having been Invitee!.
I'riy.-r was offered hv Mr. Nnylor. fol
lowed by singing of hymns nnd talk on
Sundny school work, Refreshments
w e r" served
An Inch ot snow fell here Monday. Mrs.
l.eon Cndy is seriously 111. Mrs. Henry
Freeman, who had her left leg broken
In Match, Is out on crutche- Mrs. Georgo
Fairish is 111 Miss ChilMIe Parrlsh of
Granville and William Combs of Hancock
wero married May 1,1 by the Rev. O. 11.
Wells at the .Methodist Episcopal Church
The King's Daughters fiivi" the
comedy. "Help Wanted," nt Allen hall
Tuesday evening BornU Hlssette ha
returned after spending a few weeks In
Brnttleboio .Mrs. Cal Ins Mai tin and
family spent Saturday In llutllngton.
Arrangements are being made to hold
memorial exercises at the Methodist
Church Thursday, May SO at two o'clock,
consisting of music, recitations and ad
dresses by Dr. C N. Cuttls and
others. At the close of the exercises all
are Invited to visit the cemetery and
decorate the soldiers' graves.. The com
cuy, "Help Wanted," given by the King's
Daughtors In Allen hall Teusdny evening,
was well attended nnd much enjoyed.
Tho play was well given nnd much credit
Is due all who took part 111 It. Miss
Josephine Klngsland has returned to
Castleton alter spending Sunday with
her parents. Mrs. Fred Latlani has gono
to New I In von, rolled there by the Illness
of her sister, Mrs. Charles Swecnor,
Ilnrr nnJ Hurtnn Seminary, the old
est eniloweil preparatory school In the
Stale, Is well nn the road to greater
prosperity with tlio Kronnd broken
early this week for a KVmnnsiiitu
hulldlnn. wliloh has been maJo possi
ble by generous contributions from
alumni and friends .luring: the pist
enr and nne-half. The building will
b.i !I5 by -IT. feet, of brick Willi marblr
nnd Honian stone trliuinitiKs, AslJo
from the usual uyinnasiun) facilities,
which will be iillte udequatu, the
structure will furnish additional
Kchool room 111 the form of u science
room, a music room and a students'
society room. A stano suitable for
school proluitlons will also bo pro-vlile-J.
The conirct Has been let t
JI. liffglciton si( ,'inied that
Cloth or Devon
shire Cloth for
as well as for
Yam dyed, a woven brilliantizcd cotton material, in
Pekin stripes. A strong, sturdy linen-like fnbric, with ex
ceptional wearing qualities. Tho first yarn dyed cloth to
carry a signed guarantee that the colors are
Tub Proof and Sun Proof
Male by tho groat Renfrew Manf'g Co. of Auarns, Afass.
32 inches wide 25c YARD.
Look for the name "Renfrew" on tho selvage. The
highest class goods on the market for the purpose. (Write
for samples. Will be sent cheerfully.')
We havo the best one made in America, for which we
arc pleased to bo able to show our many customers that
want the best for the price paid. All of the so-called
"Scotch" that sell for 2oo are made in New England,
same ns these are. Some 50 different pieces to choose
from, stripes, checks, plaids and plain colors. Among
which are a very nice line of Shirt patterns, in Ktripes,
such as Men and Young Mfen of taste lilc For the "Col
lego Girl's" Shirts too these are equally good all pB
at one price, all fast colors, 32 in. yard mOC
We mention here some of the newest and prettiest of
the sheer summer wash fabrics, such as :
Silk Striped Voiles, 27 in 35c
Fancy Striped Voiles, 36 in 25c
Bordered Striped Voiles, 39 in.. . 39c
Imported Stripe Voiles, 27 in 39c
Embroidered Swisses, 27 in 29c
Bordered Ohambrays, 27 in 39c
"Neaxsilk" "Foulards, 27 in. 15c
"Naushon" Zephyrs, fast colors 15c
GINGHAMS, .'IS INCH.
"TUB SILKS" (part silk) 36 in.. 49c
Fast colored stripes and plain Pongee.
Many other lines too numerous to mention here.
Don't do as your neighbor may be doing, puttinc it
off for. if you do, you or members of your family will
not bo reaiy for the beautiful warm, yes, hot day "just
round tho corner."
E. E. CLARKSON & COMPANY
the contributors In crenernl will be
pleased with this nctlon of the trus
tees. Tho building- wns deslpned by
Arthur II. Smith of IUitlnn.1.
Kdward Dumas died Thursday nlclu it
his homo nn tho lower road In his Mtli
e.r. Mr. Dumas was a police olflcer in
this vllUse 15 r -') years ago. He i sur
vived by eight children. Mrs. Matilda I.a
mcie, Mrs. Roso Slnnotte, Mrs. Mary
I'outuro of HtirlttjKton, CSeorKo and I.oula
of HurltnKton nnd John, William nnd Ed
ward of this place. The funeral was held
nt eight o'clock Saturday morning at St.
Joseph's Church, Hurllnstnn, with Inter
ment in Mount Calvary cenictorj
Olestlu Marcotte died shortly be
fore midnight Saturday night at Mt
home on IBS St. l'eter street of Drighfs
disease. Mr. Marcotte was born 111
Canada fil years ago and li years aq;o
mine to this village where he had al
ways worked ns .1 palni-'r- Three years
ago ho married Agnes Auger Marcotte.
liesldes his wlfo he leaves three sons
and one daughter, children of his
first wife, who died several years
ago. They arc Coma of Montreal, Ad
Jutor ami Arthur Manotte of this
Place and Mrs. Kiullo llorde.ut of
Montreal, lie was a member of the
Artisan society of Montreal. The fun
el al was held at St. Krnncls Xav
Icr Church at eight o'clock Tuesday
A dnughter was born vesterdny to
Mr. and Mrs. lMward Charbonnenii of
i:at Allen street.
Mis. Hldy Clreen, ldnw of Ceylon
(iiceti. died at lit r home on .Maple street
at about three oMoeli Tliur.-day luoin
ins ot r.uuer or tlm stomach. She had
bei n confined to her bed t-lnce March
i:id. Goodrich was born In tlrandon May
.). I.Ml. Sin- was niairicd to Mr. Oreen
March L'S, KiJ, at .Mlncn.i. N. V. Mr.
litccu died :u ear ago next August,
Mi.s. Oiccn had lived In this place over
.i oars. One t-on. .ludson, died about
five months ago. She is survived by two
sisters. Mr.-.. S. W. Hoodwln of Charles
tow n, Me and Mrs. i:dln O. Wood of
ISalMon, .V. V., and one brother, Willis
K. Goodrich, of Matuiposelt, .Mass. Tho
funeral win. held at her late homo
S.itiiril.i nf lei noon at two o'clock.
Mlsi Mll.i Hue, who for the past yenr
has been dean of tho department of
economics and domestic science nt tho
Slate normal school at Indiana, l., has
no opted a similar pnHllon In the ngrl
i ultural rollegu at Minneapolis, Minn.,
and will go there soon to leach during
the Minnmer school Miss 1'ino will come
here In A'.i;;ust for a brief vacation.
Tho Vermont I'lattsburgh Normal
School Alumnae club held' Its annual
progressive dinner Saturday. The nine
courses wero served ns follows: l-'lrst, at
tho home of Miss Holley In this village;
second, at the home of Miss Mnry Louth
or on Chase street, Uurllngton; third,
nt the hoi le of Miss Mao Donnelly of
llooth strict, llurllngton; Intirth. served
by Mrs. Grace Itlley, .Miss Sadlo Whrelcr
and Miss Ma.to Covno at the homo of
the latter In Hurllngion, fifth, at tho
limn.-' or Miss Helen Madden of Spring
street, Burlington; sixth, nt tho homo ot
Mrs. llluneho v. alio of North Wlllard
St., Jlnrllngton; sc nth, at the r ne
Miss R.ithnn Coventry of So'it i
nooshl avenue, ISurinston; eighth
too home of Mis Florence Fisher
boutli Winooal.i avenue, ninth, nt
liMine of Mrs. Charl.-s Arnold of Ch ir
I j-tn ot. Tho dinner began at one In r
afternoon and finlthod at nine In t -.f
rvening when the party went tn tl
j The l,.imolllo liaptlst P.rothcrhood w 1
I. old a baskot picnic here Mondaj , J-m- ?,
! At the forenoon session, to he held In tV
1 Ripilst Church, the Uev C. A Nuttm.'
will read a paper on "The KthVa; .1: a
of tho Old Testament," and the lte
C. Adams will speak on "Tho Fairfax 1
stitute Outlook." The ministers w.ll br ,
their wives nnd following adjournal- '
will go to tho park, where baskets
bo opened nnd lunch served.
Memorial Sunday Is to be observe 1 .
the ISaptl.st Church next S1md.1v 1110111.1
Tho G. A. n. and W. II. C. will atltnd
a body. The local churches have bctn in
vited, and the pastors will take p.m in
the exercises. The Itaptl-U pastor, " 0
l!ev. C. W. Hidden, is to bo the speakci,
A male iuortctte will ting.
The Young I'eoplc's .-ocletv of the Hap.
tlst Church will hold a measuring party
at tlm home of Mr. and Mrs. O. S. .N'lch
ol. Friday ewmng. May ;tt.
Mrs. J. 1Z. Hunt has sold to Mr and
Mrs. Joseph l'ecor tin- property on
MaiLsileld avenue, which she recently
bought of Mr. nnd Mrs. Herbert I.. Cl.nn,
Mr l'ecor hn- take possesion.
The order of Memorial day exercises
hero has been arranged. The lino will '10
lornu-d on the' ground of the Turk street
schoolhoiii-e at one o'clock in the fol
low lug order: Tenth regiment cavalry
band. e.-cort by detail from tho 10th V
S. cavalry. Fort F.th.m Allen; Hsec
Junction tire department. spcnkei, town
and vlll.uo ollleers, veterans Woman -Hellcf
Corps, Sons of Veteran". s tin
children anil citizen". The line tf mar '1
will be to the cemetery, whtie t- i
graves will be deior.iled The colun
will then refoini und march to the Cou
gregutlonal Church where the follow'- g
exercli.es will take place: Saluting 1
Mag; Invocation b Hr SIson, read
Lincoln's Address at Gettysburg, mus
addicts, the Itev. C. C Adams; ms
addiess, Chaplain Carter, 10th i. S. Cn
alry; music; benediction
The Drut y Hrkk & Tile company fired
Its llrst kiln of brick of the season Mon
day. The company has a profession r
burner, V Urower of Springfield. Maps
The kiln contnin about 7oAw brick The
company has also installed a new and up-to-date
hollow brick nnd tile pinehlne.
Miss Miillnda Itlssonettc of Hinesburg
died Tuw-dny afternoon at the union poor
fmm in Wllllstou, where she had been
for the past 12 years. The burlnl will b
In Illchmond to-day.
There wns n crowded house Friday
evening tn witness the play. "The lea
con's Second Wife." given by members
or tlu' Orange in Itichniond hall
Mis, C. C. St. Clare of J'nrt Jlcnry, N.
V., Is visiting- her parents. Mr and
Mrs. John nicliardsim. Mr. and Mrs
M. G. I.oary and dnughter of Hurllng
ion und Miss Josephine Gleason ot
Northflcld wero guests nt tho homo ot
M. J. Gleason over Sunday Mrs. tl.
W Greeno with her sou, daughter,
Vorn and May, who havo been In Cas
tle Und. Polo., for the past year, re
tinned to their homo hero Friday
tilsht, AVuyno Grocn. who U Uend-