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THE nUTU.TNGTON KRKE PRESS AND TIMK8: THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, IEia.
Advertising in this column
one cent n word, each in
sertion. Copy mny be
changed every week. Cash
in advnnce required. No
advertisement taken which
is less Ihan 12 words, two
lines. Special terms to ad
vertisers using from 250 to
1,000 lines within 12 con
i'lOl-SKICrrrim wanted. Address V.o.
ISC. Morrlsvlllc, Vt. SMl&W.lt
mill, wanted fnr general housework n
small family In Now York city. Apply
bv litter to H. Kl.Hlor. 1 Linden Ae.
Onrontn. N. Y.. stating wages expect-
cd, also references.
PRACTICAL l'AHMKR WANTBD-A
mnn with small family. A nood oppor
tunity for the right man. Address, N.
Miller, lirnndon, Vt. 'J.Ct&l.w.St.
WANTED Portable saw mill, long Job lot
InVorrlsburg. want 1o lot from Htump
to stick, mostly !lno mid hemlock. M.
K. Hewitt, Nobscot, Mass. 12,w.St.
WANTED Family help. Steady work;
good pay. Will pay girls to learn framo
spinning $1 per week Apply at mills.
Queen City Cotton Co., BurllnBton, Vt.
FOURTEEN-ROOM HOUSE for sale, In
flr.t-class Bhapc: hot and cold wator up
stairs and down, electric lights, furnace
lientfcd, set laundry tubs, large piazza,
easily arranged for two families If nec
efsary. Also with n small barn and a
fino hencry, large garden. Anothor house
also situated on this property. Beat of
reasons for selling at once. Ward &
Johnson, Middlesex, Vt. 224,d&wtf
Burgo wont Tuesday to Newark, N. J..
whom ho hag n position.--Mr. F C.
Phelps hnii returned after several months
In liurllntiton. 8upt. and Mrs. W.
Douglass entertained tho teachers of tlm
. Vorgennos graded Bchool at their homo
I On Mnplo street Tuesday. Dr. Galvin
I of North Adams, Mnes., Is visiting Dr.
l C. Pholpn.
Chnrla Stono In 111 with erysipelas.
Jonas Vnndurhoof and family of Bur
llnston visited hU parent, Mr. nnd Mr.
D. J. Vanaornoor, nunaay.
Aid Hocloty of tho Methodist liJptscopal
Church will meet Friday aftornoon with
Mrs. "William Jewell.
Tho ladlus of tho Mothodlst Episcopal
Church are packing a barrel of clothing,
etc., for tho Griffin Deaconess Home of
Albany, N. Y. A. D. Vlttum of Mlddto
bury vlflltod In town ycBtcrday.-Allen P.
Norton and daughter, Mrs. Allco Oldruff.
of Port llonry, N. Y., went yostorday to
Enosburg Falls to visit their Hon and
brother, Fred Norton. Thore will be a
loan exhibit In connection with the har
vest fair at FcrrUburg Centor Saturday
that will please lovers of the antique. In
tho collection are a lot of raro old books,
prints, china, linen, hand woven bod
spreads, rugs and patchwork quilts,
hoUHohold utonslls of brass, copper,
pewter, etc. Many of those articles were
brought to the Statu by tho first settlers
nnd aro over 200 yearn old. Among them
Is a patchwork bod (milt 20S years that
has nn Interesting history. Clifton
Mallory will appear In tho "Civil En
gineer" at tho opera house Friday even
ing. This play Is to be given under the
auspices of the V. II. S. association.
Miss Huntington, who has been the guest
of tho Norton House, Is now the guest
of Judge and Mrs. Frank I.. Fish.
The condition of Mrs. Frank Warner is
much Improved and she Is now able to
.U up. An alarm of lire was rung Tues
day ufternoon for a fire In a small barn
on Comfort Hill belonging to John Qarno
Tho building was burned and also a
quantity of hay belonging to Dana Wells.
The barn was partially Insured. The
origin of tho llro Is unknown. Mrs.
Warren Oldruff of Portt Henry, N. Y
was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. S.
Goodalo Tuesday. Tbo postponed races
of tho Ferrlsburg Park Driving associa
tion will be held In connection with the
harvest fair at Ferrlsburg Center Fatur-day.
famlly.-Frank Vnrney Is In nurllnirton I Wright, will havo charge of tho third Rnd r,coivea lllto tho Baptist Ohuroh
Attending college. His brother. Drow Is tirade in tho irraded senooi.-J-""' nunuuy morning. ........
at tho Bristol high sahool. James Clraoe
was In Burlington over Sunday. Mrs.
Dexter Traey of Monkton Is a guest of
her fluunhter, Mrs. Walter Young.
Mr. and Mm. Itorton W. Jones ob
served the roth anniversary of their mar
riage Monday afternoon from two to six
o'olock, when many of their friends con
gratulated them. Horton W. Jones and
Mary Jano Tottlngham were both born
In flhorohnm nnd have passed their mar
ried llfo htre. Their two daughters, and
throe grandchildren, with their families
were present, also Mr. nnd Mrs. D. C.
Merce nnd Mrs. Asher nurdttt of Rut-land.-Mrs,
ft. II. t-roblo Is paslng tho
wonk In Glens Falls, N. Y.-Mrs. Asher
Burdltt of llutland Is n iruest at It. W.
Jnncs's.-Mtss Hattte Ionarri has re
turned from Now York. The Misses Ma.
zle and Mary Meechen returnod from
Larke Qjorge Monday .
van of llurllngton, a former resldont of by returnod Saturday evening from a
this town, who an over-Sunday visitor short visit In Johnson nt the home of
here.-W. H. Cardoll received BOO baske'.a her mother, Mrs. J. C. Derby. Mrs.
of poaches Saturday und old them alt Martha Remington, who has been 111
before nlght.-Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bhaok- for iwo weeks, lit able to bo out, Mies
tt will move to Now Haven noon, C. H. jM, Dorothy Day lrft Monday ovonlng
Bailey, who formerly resided hero, Is now fot. chlcaRO, whero ha Is to attend
If Sherburne. Mrs, Kdlth Mix has re-1 school. Isano Chase of Bt. Albans la
turned from a visit In Hlghgato Center I n town, Mrs. DanloJ CKnno of Bur
and other places. Mrs. D. W. Durfee is nngton has boon visiting at tho homo
IU.-CharlcH Clifford and Mm. M'
I. Grave and daughter Elizabeth or
Brandon, were In town Sunday, going to
8tarksboro.-A. J. Mott was u Middle
bury visitor over Sunday.
A delegation from Llbanus Chapter,
O. R. H., visited tho Vorgenncs Chaptor
Monday evening. Mrs. Chauncoy Ilea
man of BurllnBton Is visiting her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. It. H. Jennings.
Mr. and Mm. Phnrlnii llovnolds of
of her father, CharloM Itoavoy, Br.
Miss Flornnoo Buxton was tho guest
over Sunday of Miss Marlon Jnckwon
nt Mallctts Bay. Mrs. Edna (Hasklns)
I'etttn and nophnw, Herbert llaaklns,
who havo boon visiting for two weoka
at F. W. Pease's, returned to Boston
Saturday. Tho death of Mrs. Evolyn
(Oleauon) Lowry occurred Monday
noon at tho homo of her daughter, Mrs.
Arthur C. Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Mar-
Mm. a. B. Churoh has roturnod from
Cochttuuto, Mas., whero she was called
throe wockw ago by tho serious Illness of
her brother, George. Ilohblns. Mr. Hob
bins, who was a former resident of thin
place, died September I at tho aGo of 81 !
year. Ho had been a great sufferer for I
nearly two years with llrlght's disease.!
An awning fell on him, causing a shock
and hastening his death. A daughter was '
born September 19 to Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Iloberts. Mrs. I.. M. Church and Miss
Jefsle Church went Monday to Mont
peller and vicinity for a few days.
J H. Dodge of Rutland was In town
over Sunday. Mrs. Erastus lloscoo is
HcrluiiHly 111 and gravo fears are enter
tained that who will not recover. James
Freegard died Sunday morning after n
long lllnens. Funeral services were held
at his home Tuesday. Miss Wynne Wads
worth of Sprlnglleld, Mass., a former
teacher In tuwn, l tbo guest of Mrs. Ad-
Swanton nro In town for a brief etay. ishal BUBhey of Howard, n. I., aro
Mr. Itoynolds is with a tailoring llrm spending a two weeks' vacation with
in Bwnnton ns manager. Leon wan nor parents, air. ana airs. j. a. jio
CALIFORNIA If you contemplnto seek
ing a home In California I enn offor
you some extremely good bargains in
California farm and fruit lands; also
Miburban resldonco properties. J. V
Hobson, 1,011 Phelan building, San
NOTICE how little II costs to tell
thousands of readers In many towns
of Vermont what you have to sell ot
what you wish to buy. Advertise In
the Free PresB and you will get re
plies to vour advertisement.
has returned to the University of Vor
mont. MrB. O. 'W. Sncdon went to Un
derbill Tuesday to attend tho district
meeting of the Woman's nellef Corps
C. H. Lamay of Burlington was In
towti Monday and Tuesday. E. L.
Trudo of Sudbury Is vislt'ng In town.
- Mrs. C. V. Hay lias gone, to Hrumlon
for a week. From there sho will go to
Framlngham, Mass., for sovcral weeks
E. D. Hlackwcll of Brandon Is In
W. II. Andrews went to Burlington
Ua1.M 1,1 1 1. . . ... . .. . . . . . . ...
......k.iut, uguiKO kiiu i..rriLi n .t;nuiiiiiK .u u iiu vi ill J it nenrv inr
vomer ana Louis J, Dean. Interment was who died last week whllo visiting
in urnna view acmnUrv Minn M . W.
Meach li building a oottago near Cedar
llcach.-Alfred Tines la preparing to erect
a naw residence upon his property on
Depot itreot-fJeorge A, Foote Is 111,
Geo. Mrs. L. C Rice acted aa organist
at tho Baptist Church Sunday morning
In tho absenco of the regular organist,
MIbb Floronco Buxton. At tho annual
meeting of tho Cemetery association,
hold at L. F. Wilbur's, tho following
officers wore olectod for tho year:
President, L. F. Wilbur; secretary, E.
13. Williams; treasurer, Mrs. Mary
Ilalch; trustees, B. II. Day, C. It. Var
rtoy and B. C. Hawloy; soxton, t. C.
Stevens. Tho permanent fund Is $1,1G3.
tl and the general fund $463.60. Tho
Tha Opportunity Circle entortnlncd the
Sunshine Band of Underbill September
21 at the homo of Mrs.
Maoon.-Mrs. fi. oils of Burlington has
b:en tho guest of Mrs. It. O. Flagg.-Tho
Iter. W. B. DukMhlro, superintendent ot
St. Albans dUtrlct, will give a lecture Fri
day evening after whloh a social hour
will be given and Ice cream und cako will
The funeral of Lewis Dorcy, who died
Saturday at tho Fanny Allen hospital,
was held at Bt Thomaa'a Church Mon
day morning. Burial waa In the Catlio.
Ho cemetery. O. H. Howe fell from a
wagon Thursday and the wheels passed
over one foot, Injuring It badly.
Tuesday. Mrs. Andrews, who has been In Wenst for caring for tho cemetery
the hospital, returned with him yesterday
Mrs. Amelia Cutting Is visiting her son
lr Hoflton. Henry Hhcdrlck was In nut
land Monday. Lawrcnco McShane has
gone to Boston to enter a pharmacy
school. The W. It. C. will hold their reg
ular monthly meeting Wednesday even
ing, October 2. William Lafount.iln has
rented the C. L. Nutting blacksmith shop
In New Haven and will tako possession
October 1. Miss Ethel Allen has returned
from a visit with her sister In llutland.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Wright arc nt home
ams and Miss Sampson for a few days.- from u vHt of Uvo werks wlth lhclr chll
nren In Stillwater, N. Y. L. B. Dodge of
Itutlnnd Is visiting hero nnd In Mlddlc
bury. Mrs. Elmer Bennett and children
of New Haven visited here yesterday.
THE PLAZA CAPE,
NEW nUm.INCJTON BLOCK,
l:n St. I'huI Street, nnrllnicton Vermont.
STANDARD STEAM LAUNDRY
Office 145 Cherry street. H. W. Bul
oek, proprietor. Fine Shirt, Collar and
;uff Work. 'Phone "8-11 or bend post.
1 and driver will call.
PRANK S. LANOU & SON,
I'rnedc-ul I'lumhern nn "I Steam Fitters.
! St. Paul Street.
Xrxt North lliirlineton Snvlnss Dunk.
TC8 North St. Tel. 965,
Calls Answered Uny or NlQht.
AbHolutely Wllbiut Pain.
Tho onlj' office in Burlington where
you can get teeth extracted without a
particle uf pain, without taking gas.
ily method Is used by -io other person.
No pain; no danger; no nftei effects.
on. i.. n. hazicn,
Office. 231 Main St.. Turlington, Vt
Otfica Hours. 10 to 3. 7 to S.
A gooa rarm, two-story house l
gool repair, new barn with basement,
ties up 20 head, fields smooth anl frea
from stone. New sugar house, good
BUHar works, running water, plenty
wood and timber, two horses, ten cows,
lx hflad of young' stock, all tools,
crops, etc.. only $3,600.
REYNOLDS REAL ESTATE GO,,
tut culuul; yi'uum',
Burlington, - Vurinont.
Farms, Quarries, Tlnilierlnnd, l.nke
Miss Jessie Lano returned Saturday to
her Bchool In Pittsburg, Pa. Mrs. Car
son Fisher Is visiting her daughter and
sister In Wadhoms, N. Y.
Mrs. Jane ltcmlly la In Burlington visit
ing her tister, Mrs. Joseph Vanclette.
Mylon Peck of Lynn, M: ra , Is spending
two weeks with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
M. M. Peck. B. It. Field and Mrs. E. H.
Pect vlilted Mrs. 15. It. Field on Sunday
at tho Man' Fletcher hospital. Mr. and
Mrs. C. It. James, who have, been In
Burlington tho past week, went Saturduy
to Essex to visit Mr. James's sister and
husband, Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Harvey.
Luclen Bingham has returned after a
short stay in Ithaca. N. Y'. Mrs. F. D.
Manchester went to Burlington Saturday
to see her brother, Attee Douglas, who
was operated on last week at the Mary
Fletcher hospital. Mrs. Perry Lavalley
has returned after a visit of several weeks
at her mother's, Mrs. Burns, In Hub
bardton. Mrs. W. If. Bingham returned
Friday from Cleveland, Ohio, whero Mie
has been for three weeks visiting her son,
the Bcv. Ernest Sunderland, and family.
Her son. Maurice, who accompanied her,
will remain there and attend school. Miss
Jessie Lane has returned to Pittsburg,
Pa., after rpendlng the summer vaca
tion with her parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. C.
H. Lane. Miss Laura liascom of Shore
ham was a week-end visitor of the
Misses Grlswold at the "Poplars."
Mrs. John Kynn Is In Vergennes.
Charles W. Spalding had a stroite ot
paralysis Kept, ltf and died AVednesday.
The funeral was held Friday nt 2:00 p. m.
at the home. Mrs. A. W. Hill and chil
dren, who have been here, have returned
to Burlington. Miss Sadie Smith died last
week from tuberculoids. The funeral was
held at the home Saturday at l'.':30. Inter
ment was In Ka?t cemetery. The Rev. J.
C. Williams ofllclated. George Burt was
Htilcken Sept. lr, with pneumonia and
died Saturdav morning. The funeral was
held on Tuewlay at 1 :3J. The Interment
was In the East cemetery. Tho Itev. J. C.
Williams olllclated. -Mr. nnd Mrs. A. H.
Belanger are tho parents of a daughter,
born on the 21st.
A harvest fair will be held Saturday ut
FcrrUburg Center. Tho program: Morn
ing, 10:30, opening of booths; U. grand par
nde.'autos, floats, horses, ponies, Indians,
horribles, ctc.;2:00 p. m.. balloon ascen
sion; 2:30, sporU by sehonl children, Su
pervisor Jiouglass, relay flag race, small
girls; relay potato race, small boys and
girls: dashes and jumping stunts, older
boys; 3:;l0, historical sketch of Ferrlsburg.
Music for the day will be by' the Hcniy
Family. Useful and fancy articles will
bo for sale, also jellies, preserves and
candles. Prizes will bo given for best
booth nnd sldo show. In tho evening, the
Henry Family will produce "The Old Adl
rondacks" at the town hall ut eight
The Social and Improvement society gave
an entertainment at their hall Tuesday
evening of last week. A pleasant feature
waa the singing by Miss Mary Barrows
of Now Haven and tho playing of tho
(lute by Mr. Green. The Ladles' Aid of
r " hy . , . r . '.' . . , .'.I The next meeting of Beaver Glenn
"r"" .r. '" Grange will bo held In the hall Friday
Album," on Wednesday evening. Lucius
Stone and Miss Vina Olcntt were married
September 11 at the Congregational par
sonage by the Itev. G. II. Bailey.
Louis Blder of West Rochester has been
visiting his mother and his nephew,
evening. Mr. Ira and Mrs. Charles
Everest entertained tho Ladles' Union
Thursday ufternoon at the home of the
former. George Peek was at home from
Randolph over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J.
V. Davis havo gone to housekeeping In
tho Ilasson Davis house. Mr. and Mir.
V. L. Sliackett are to move here from
George Howe-Fred Dodson has retured , j.t.stol the first of the week.-Miss Mary
nom iJiwrence. .uass., uiKing a wiie wun , WHlto of Bristol is tin, iruest of Mrs.
tn . ?,,.. t .
A rnntrlnnt nt thin town. IIa lute
turned to his former home In Bolton,
sister, Mrs. Martha Whitney, llvos
this town. Mrs. Eliza Osburno nnd nlec
house. Wayno Ncaly haB returned
Jordan's, storo after a month's vacatlo
Miss Pauline Smith goes this weok
Brooklyn to enter Prntt Institute. M
and Mrs, WInflcId W. SHIcb returned Fr
day to Alburg after a week with h
nnrnnfu AT., AfM f?.n.tP A aHna
high Bchool the following officers wci
cicLivu iTpmiipni. mir I n pun nnrrpi
Miss Constance Jordan; treasurer, Chcstf
Walton.-Mr. nnd Mrs. Seth M. Packar.
attended the county grange meeting 1
-oichestcr. Miss Janet Murdock
torn s while attending high school. At
cmibs meeting tho senior class In hlg
Rphnrtl olantt . V. i . i . . m .
tirr.ufr1,.ri, r. -. , . .
Moulton; treasurer. Pn.nl Cnnov Itovr.
Miss Rosalie Granger expects to enter Llnrdnn bn tm,,..i . .u- .... .
mo vtrraoni Dusiness cuuesu mo iaai oi Vermont. Frank Savoy of Boston
tno month. A daughter was born to Mr. .visit nir bin ifr,r ir tr,. t ..
and Mrs. Isaac Howard Monday, .nisi Thero was a dance at tho hall Frida
Hazel Patteraon will go Monday to St. evening. Brown's orchestra of Wllllsto
lilm. Mrs. Helen Kennedy of Stoneham,
Mass., who has been the guest of Mrs.
Lamb the past week, left for Warren
Monday to visit her son, Henry Kennedv,
and family. Louis Gagnon Is ut home
from Wllllnmstown, where he has a posi
tion with Fred Laduc, the station agent.
Lawyer Batchelder of Bethel has com
menced nn Investigation of the Nettle
Dcm.is case. Sho left town flvo years
aco with Mr. nnd Mrs. Amos Sargent,
who now report her death from consump
tion two years ago. Mrs. B. F. Demas of
Roxbury nnd her sister, Mrs. T, E. Des
mond of Boston, were entertained by Miss
Mary Child last week. Tbo three went to
Plttsflcld to visit the former's mother.
Mrs. Kate I.idl, also Mrs. Dell Chnmber-lln.
Mrs. 11. P. Potter Is spending a few days
with her brother, Dr. George Russell, In
Arlington. Mr. and Mrs. F. .1. Kennedy
of Troy, N. Y., are visiting at D, H.
Mcech'fl. Ben. Collamcr has returned to j
P.oi ton. Frank White Is moving to l-.nstl
Monkton. Philip I.aVallee died Saturday,
September 21, Irom the effects of a shook
at the home of his biother-ln-Uuv, Henry
LaRo". The funeral was held Monday i
afternoon. The Rev. G. P. Cornell ofllcl-
ated and burial was In the Pine Rldgo I
At the special village meetlnt, Friday It
was voted to accept the proposition of tho
Woodbury Granite companj to least- the
electric power station of the village for a
term of five years, the company to fur
nish all the lights nceesi.iry for Insido
and street lighting, both at Hardwl.k and
Wolcott, and also for power purposes at
both places, for a stated sum, and it
was also voted to build an auxiliary nt
Jackson bridge not toexceed 52T),("') In cost.
Mrs. Herbert Austin and chlld 'en, who
havo been nt the home of F. A Haire for
some time, have returned to Worcester,
Mass. Bergnald Banquette, who lias been
, ' spending his vacation with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs, A, .1. Pauqu. tte has re
turned to the Boston ."-chool .1 pharmacy.
A son was born to Mr. .n d Mrs. C. C.
Dwlnell Saturday. Mr. nui Mrs. Abner
Mcl.eod of Clinton. Mas." . ire visiting
. I Mr. Mcl.eod's parents, .Mr. uul Mrs,
Angus McLeod. John Turner was In
municipal court Morula- ir Intoxication
and was lined $." and . "ts. Sentenced
HAPPENINGS IN VERMONT
(Can tinned from pnice 1.)
Tho work of harvesting tho corn, potato
nnd In soino eases the oat crop has been
jreatly retarded the past week on no
rount or the rainy weather, on some
farms the ground b. m wet that It Is Im
possible to use harvesters to cut tho coin
'rop and some farmers nro cutting It by
hand. K. A. Lee went Saturday to Monk-
.on to cam for Charles Stono during his
Illness. Joseph Vahvay of Medford
Ma.ss., nnd Mrs. Delia Hentz of Worcester,
Mass., nro visiting their sister, Mrs. Wil
liam Lasher, Dr. Elmo J, Hudson ot Mid
dlctown Springs was In tuwn nn business:
Friday. Henry Huhor was a week-end
guest of friends In Rutland. Guy Cam
eron underwent a surgical opeiatlon at i
hospital In Burlington last week.
Otter Creel: Chapter, No. 71, Order n
Eastern Star, held Its regular meeting
Monday evening In Masonic hall and en
tertalned Llbamis Chapter of Bristol and
C'hnmpluln Chapter of Charlotte. The
ntidleneo hall was tastefully decorated
with Mowers and with tho emblems of tho
Foclety. The banquet hull was prettily
decorated with llowers nnd nn elaborate
supper served to guests and members.
-G, F. O, Kimball has bii-n ap
pointed administrator and G. Norton
nnd A. P. Needhum commissioners of
tho estate of tho Into Oeorgo W. Brad
bury. Thomas Jones has gone to Berk
shire, for a week's visit to his parents.
The Social club ot Kunisburg will meet
.October 3 with Miss Mary Collins. Hav!4
The ladles' society will bold their an
nual meeting at the vestry Thursday
afternoon, October 3, at two o'clock, Miss
Nellie Barbour has returned to her school
at Philadelphia. Elizabeth Hamilton.
Donald Fletcher and Glard Besettoare at
tending the high school at Mlddlebury.
The P.ev. Mr. Wright of of Brooklyn was
the speaker at tho last meeting f the
Mr. and Mrs, Howard Brooks aro in
Weybildge, called thero by the Illness of
Mrs. Brook's mother. J. T. Buell, who
has been visiting his brother, S. 11. Hindi,
tho last four weeks, has returned to Dal
las Tex. The Infant son of Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Hamilton was burled Sun
day. MjIvIs hpauldlng of Roxbury Is
visiting his daughter. Mrs. Walter Ham.
Iltnn, George and Fred Elliott of Ox
lord, la,, urc In town Miss Madge Bean
has returned from Burlington. Tho Rev.
Mr. Moor and Henry Wheeler aro at
tending tho Baptist State convention In
St. Johnsbury. Mrs. Mnble Eddy of Rut-
laud Is visiting In town.
David II. I'hdcrhll! nnd daughter, Miss
I.uelnda, have returned to Brooklyn, N.
Y. Mrs, Benjamin McQurvey ot Middle
bury Is a guest ot her lmrcnts, Mr. and
Mrs, Fred Oivls, Mr. and Mrs, Andrew
ll.illock were In Huntington Saturday and
Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Hector Cousins of
Mlddlebury have been guests several rl.iys
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Orvls,
-Mrs. Cuileii Slmttuek Is III. Mrs. Frank
Pecor and child of Ferrlsburg Center aro
guests of relatives heii.-Mrs. Alinlra
Shattiick Is In poor health. Mr. and Mis.
D.ivld Lafayette and daughter, Miss
Gladys of Mlddlebury, arc visiting hero,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Andrew Hnllock and chil
dren of Shirley, Mass., nro visiting Ills
parents, Mr, and Mrs, Daniel Hallock,
Mr, and Mrs. Adrian Thompson of Wy-
hclAar w luuti of Walter Young and
cemetery. Jamil Clapper Is vIMtlng his'
sister, Mrs. William f'oats.-Mrs. Kate
Begor Is very low. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. C.
Demlng, who have been guests uf Mr. and
Mrs. L. E. Meeeb for the past tlnee '
weeks, left Monday for Burlington to
visit J. E. I.aild ami wife before returning
to their home In Hoston. Chark s Stone Is
suffering from a serious attack of erysi
pelas and a trained nurse l.s caring for
Mr. and Mis. Forrest Southard, who
have been guests of his brother and other
relatives for 10 days, havo returned to
Bethel. Owing to rain tho annual meet
ing of the Ladles' Aid society that was
to bo held Wednesday was postponed till
yesterday. Mrs. Erwln Adams Is enter
taining Mrs. Clara Stowe of Brldport. Mr,
and Mrs. Glenn Torry havo a son, born
September 20. Grand View Grange met
Friday evening nnd had as their guest
District Deputy A. A. Bump of Salisbury.
Mrs. Mary Smith Is In Burlington ana
underwent nn operation Tuesday. The
ladles ot the church nro to serve a chicken
pie supper Friday evening from :00 to
f .00 i. m. nt the vestry. Mrs. Mnrcl.i Pal
mer Is HI. Carrie Wlllmarth. who Is i
teaching In Shoreham, was at homo over
Sunday. May Crane and Harriet Smith
have returned to.Middlebury College. Mis,
Ernct Carpenter entertained the D. A.
It's, at her father's home on Thursday.
Mis. Eliza Lucia lias returned to Atlantic, i
Muss. Mrs, Wlllar Is tho guest of her
brother, S. E, Smith. Her son and daugh
ter have gone to their revpeetlvo colleges,
Harvard and Welsley.-Mr.s. C. W. Read
is the guest ot her brother In Charlotte.
was suspended and I'. allowed to go
by signing the pb dge .id lixing costs,
which amounts to aboir Arthur Foley,
who has nn unusu.il rout rford, was up;
(main Monday. He u.i . i -itenced to SO
days In jail and also . j.iv a line and
costs which amount?,' ' '.' He will
serve the alternative -. e.--Andrew
McCaffrey of Rumford K Me., was In
town Monday. Mrs. M MrFarland
little daughter of Barton ar visiting at
W. L. DowV. The town clerk has Issued
1 hunters' licenses so far this season.
during tho year was $80.79. During
tho year thero wore 15 burials, 10 of
them non-rcsldents. Miss Hazel Pet-
tlnglll was at homo over Saturday and
Sunday from Essex, where she teaches.
Mrs. Andrew Ritchie, wl .i has b"n
visiting her sister, Mrs. Horatio T.
Chase, has returned to Sutton, Mass.,
accompanied by her grandmother, Mrs.
Sarah Lackey, who Is In her '.Crd year
and who has been spending the sum
mer with Mrs. Chase. Isanc Chase re
turned Monday to St. Albans. Mrs.
Rufiis Cunningham of Burlington and
daughtir, Mrs. Fred Wiley, of New
York, have been guests or Mr. nnd Mrs.
William Alinour. Mrs. Dennlo E. Hood
l.s visiting her daughter, Mrs. Morton H.
Whitney, In Bristol. Mr. and Mrs. Car
men Brush and son, Leo, of Fletcher
nnd Mrs. Carrie Westbrook of Seattle,
Wash., spent Sunday at Lorenzo W.
Rice's. Miss Bessie Perclval was at
hutne from Essex Junction over Sun
day. Mr. and Mrs. William Chase, of
North Cambridge and Mrs. George
Humes and Miss Mary Trewland of Au
burn, Mass., have been at It. T. Chase's.
Edward H. Fr.ve, the Impersonator,
will give an entertainment in School
hall Tuesday evening, October 1, under
the auspices of the Phllathca class of
young ladles of tho Baptist Sunday
school, On account of the uncompleted
repilrs on the Congregational Church
the regular monthly social Is to be omit
ted. The death of Mrs. Evalyn (Glea
soii) Lowry occurred Monday at 12:"0 nt
tho home of her daughter, .Mrs. Arthur
C. Brown, following a long Illness from
cancer. Mrs. Dowry was In her noth
year, having been born in this town
f,3 years ago last May. Forty-one years
ago this month she was united In mar
riage with Oliver J. Lowry, a member
of one of Jericho's oldest and best
known families. They went to live upon
tho Lowry farm and their entire lives
were spent In this town. The family
were prominent In church work, both
being members of the Methodist Church
In L'ndethlll. Mr. Lowry'.s death occur
red 10 years ago. At that lime be was
largely engaged In the production of
honey, probably having the largest
apiary In tho State nnd helm? a leader
of the Vermont grange. They bad one
son. Burr, who died In infancy. Early
In 1911 Mrs. Lowry started West for
nn extended visit with relatives, was
taken III, underwent an operation nnd
ns soon as able, earlv i it the fall of
the same year, returned home. For
mere than a vrar "ho had been eon
fined to her bed, nnd had borne her
long, period of suffeilng patiently. Ono
brother, Irving R. Gleason, and a great
aunt. Mrs. Mary Powell, both of this
i town, survive. The funeral was held
at her late homo Wednesday afternoon
at two o'clock and the burial was In
tho family plot hero in the village ceme
tery. L. II. Inslchart of Chicago has
begun work for H. T. Chase. He is to
move Into tbo uprer rooms of Anson
Field's tenement on Church street.
.Miss Lucy Rawson, who has been at
home for several months, will return
Albans. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bombard
visited In Colchester Sunday.
Midshipman A. Hyde Donahue of
Annapolis, Md Is visiting his uncle, It.
It. Fuller, and other friends in town.
Mrs. A. W. Hammond, Mrs. D. If. Strong,
Mrs. L. r. Holcombe, Miss Ellu Wood and
Mrs. George Mlncklcr attended tho Wom
an a Missionary nicotine- nt Burllntr'on
Wednesday. Dr. L. C. Holcomb has re
turned from Chicago, where ho was called
by tho rerlous Illness of his sister, Mrs.
.Oeorgo Dnuel. Frank Mayvllle has n
position In Burlington. Miss Laura Qulnn
has returned to Boston. A. L. Rood Is
visiting his brother In Bangor, N, Y.
Joseph LaRock, who has recently sold his
place at Chlckcnbcn, has bought tho
Washburn place on Elm street of L.
Washburn. Mrs. Harllo iamb and daugh
ter, Esther, have returned from Spring
field. MILTON BORO.
Earl Costcllo of Burlington has been
Bpendlng a few days In this place. J. E.
Flynn has returned to St. Albans after
spending a few dayH at his farm. Miss
Blancho X.ulnell Is In St. Albans for a
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Crown spent Sun
day nt Oscar Wright's. Hobart and John
Richards wero In Fairfax Sunday. H. A.
Richards has purchased a new team.
Mrs. 11. A. Tabor and Mrs-. J. M. Mc
Nall are guests of R. E. Bullock. 'Mrs.
Jennie Fay Is entertaining company from
Michigan. Several are sick with the pre
The friends of Mrs. L. E. Baldwin gavu
her n post enrd shower September IS
1; being her filth birthday. Mrs. Clara
Norton has returned to Burlington. At
the supper given Saturday evening for the
benellt of the Village Improvement so
clety, $9.05 was secured. Mrs. Flora Hu
lett is In New Haven.
Henry Russell has rented his farm to
Thomas Rounds, who takes possession
October 1. .Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hallock
of South Starksboro visited her brother,
Henry Dwycr, the flrst of the week.
George Bartlett Is building a reservoir on
his farm with a capacity of V) barrels.
iMrs. Manning of Pew Hampshire has been
visiting her daughter, Mrs. A. J. Swinyer.
Falrman Crane Is atlndlnir the IT. V. M.
a fn,...vl..n rPnii, , ,.iv,. t r nn.i1 Monday to Washington, D, C, where she
Mrs. F. F. Green b.' the New England
Mrs. Sarah Casey was the guest of her
sister In Bristol over Sunday. Mr. Fno
gard was called to Weybildge Sunday by
the death of his father. Tho funeral was
Mr. and Mrs. William Wells, who havo
been spending several days with .Mr. and
Mrs. I'-rnnk Gambel, havo returned to
Hartford. Meldcn Jennings of Cape May,
N. J., Is In town. -Mrs. Fred Ellis of Sails-
bury Is spending the week with her
father, George Johnson.
Miss Nellie Sargent of WcbI Lincoln and
Misses Agnes Wright nnd Rena Gorton
of Sturksboro nro attending the graded
school heie. William Jennings Is taking
a vacntlon and Earl Sargent Is taking
his place In Hale's storo. The Rev. and
Mrs. L. M. Ilolman aro attending the
Ilnptlst State convention at St. Johns
bury. Mllon White, who died In Monk
ton Saturday, was a brother of Htlllman
White of this town. J, M. Grace went to
llurllngton Saturday to remain over
Sundny, The Fats and the Leans of the
Munslll Hose company will cross bats at
Hewitt Park October 2. O. N. Estes was
a business visitor In Burllngtou Saturdny.
Mrs. S. M. Dumas and Mrs. Edith Mix
aro attending tho ilnptlst Stnta conven
tion at St. Johnsbury as delegates from
the local church.
The school on Bristol rmt3 nus been
closed, and tile pupils will bo brought to
th vULaaa, The teacher, Miss Lydia
Order of' Protection it K of P. hall Mon
day evening. Mr. aid Mrs. Green go to
Delnnd, Florida, Siptember 30 for Mr.
Green's health A iiughtcr was born to
Dr. and Mis. D. '"errls September 21.
. EAST HARDWICK.
Lury Talbert Is Usltlng In Morrisvllbs
and Bane. Mi-. C L M. Bubee of New
port visited l. i mother, Mrs. J. W. Farr,
the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs.
Cliniles Goodrich of Hardwlck spent Sat
urday and S indav with their daughter,
Mrs. R. E. Ii.itties.-Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Eldrldite sp i t Sunda with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs Charles Cl.ipp. Mrs. Boyco
Is at T. S. Fan.md's.
Mr. and Mis Warren E. Buxton aro
jests ot Mr and Mrs. Charles A.
Jackson at MiUctts Riy.-MIss Madgo
Rood, v.bo was called honiv bv the death
of her brothel tn-liw, M. H Whitney,
has returned to uncord. N. B.-Repalrs
on the Baptist Chun h have been com
pleted. conslMing n" enlarged bap
tistry, an Improved method of heating It,
nn cnlntged imminent and a stairway
lending t the basement, and Ullage wa
ter Installed i. tb social room of tho
church. A lam I""-' "f tm 'pense of
th repalis b.i- bem contributed by dif
ferent Indlvli'iaJs Miss Maude Carroll
Is I. aching in Alburg-Itay Kimball of
Starksboro ha nev.d Into the pait of
Mrs. Pophl.i Wi.iu bouse i-hiiuj
eupled by the late Mrs, Chutes-Mrs. N.
H. Goodwin Is Udtlng In Wllllston.
During her absence Miss Sadie Foster
Is caring for Mrs. L. L. Rc-xl.-Mlts Lulu
Lincoln is nt hone from llethel, whero
she has been vbltllU relatives -Howard
Dingier has flnlslutl woik for II. T.
Chase, whero he li a been since Mny,
nnd Is employed it Essex Junction.
Miss Punsy Buzzell Is at romo from
Lowell, Mass., whore she bus been a.
month at the home f her brother, AVIII
Inir V. Huz.ell.-CUrenee B Vincent l
to move Into Mrs. Sijihla Willie's house.
Arthur Parker, win be a visiting
bin grnnd-mirents. has re' irned to
Grand Isle, accompanied u "lHl,'ri
Mrs. George Lud?au,
Mrs, Warner lias rot ned to
L. W. Rice's after vIsltlnF h Eiiob
burpr, Mr. nnd Mrs Ollv. Brown
havo roturnod from Stockbrb , whom
they visited Mr. and Mrs. Funic Cas
tle Mrs. roltlnglll and thru daugh
ters, tbo Mk'uiu Cnrrlo. Hel l!ld
Is fitting herself for mission work. Tho
Rev. J. T. Buzzell and Mr. and Mrs.
Stephen E. Curtis are In attendance at
the Baptist State convention in St. Johns
bury this week. Mrs. J. P. Hunter und
family expect to move to Burlington
nbout tho mlddlo of October. The condl
tion of Mrs. Sophia White, ono of tho old
est ladles of the village, who has been
In poor health, Is much Improved. Boy
Kimball Is working for Charles F. Rcavy.
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Splaln nnd young;
son, who have been at tho home ot ner
parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. John A. McGoe, re
turned Tuesday to St. Albans. Mr. and
.Mrs. W. E. Buxton returned Monday
from Malletts Bay. Mrs. F. S. Tomllnson
Is visiting In Bristol. The Rev. C. A.
Nutting has received news of the serious
Illness of his father In Worcester, Mass.
John Tarbox, who has been HI, Ib Improv.
trig. Mr. and Mrs. Dudley of Berlin,
Mass., nro guests of Mrs, Edgar Barber.
Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Wilbur were In Bur
lington Wednesday. W. C. Jackson Is
having a week's vacation from his duties
in Williams's drug store. Mrs. N. H.
Goodwin has returned from Wllllston,
where sho visited her &lstcr, Mrs. Harry
Tho funeral of Mrs. O. J. Lowrey
was held from her late residence Wed
nesday at 2:W p. m. Interment was at
Jericho Corners. Mr. und Mrs. L. P.
Metcnlf, who have been visiting In Shel
btirne, returned Saturday Miss Harriot
Chaso gave n birthday "arf Friday to
12 of her girl friends. Bert Cook has
bought of William Cross tho farm known
as tho Ursnn Metcalf farm in tho Eng
lish settlement. Mrs. Carl Henrtrkson of
Providence, R. I.. Is vlBltlng Mrs. John
Rogers. John MrKeefe has purchased
of Carl Bartlett tho storo and tenement
now occupied by him, H. B. Howard has
closed the saw mill for tho Hcason.
Myron N. Williams, a life-long nnd
respected resident of Charlotte, died
Sunday at 5:00 a, m. in lSSti ho married
Jnuo Gold, who with two sons, Har
vey of Whiting and Judd ot Burlington,
and n daughter, Mrs. O. G. Carpenter,
of Charlotte, survlvo him. Mr. Williams
unlisted In Company 1, Hth Vermont
Volunteers, and served during ltB period
of enlistment. Ho represented this town
In the Legislature of ISM, was a life,
long republican nnd a man of genial
and sterling qualltloB. Tho funeral was
held at his latu homo Tuesdny nt 1:30
Tho funeral of Myron N. Williams was
held from hlB late residence Tuesday at
1:20 p, m tho Rev. H. C. Gullck offlclut-
Mis. Chester Sweeney and daugh
ters are In Swanton. Misses Phlla Hnll
and Florence Smith are delegates to the
State Christian Endeavor convention at
Morrlsvllle. Miss Anna Partridge and
Mrs. F. B. Manmncr are delegates to
the woman's missionary convention In
Burlington this week. Tho Daisy Chain
und the Green Mountain Light Bearers
hold a meeting In the Congregational
Church Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Orvls
Gabaree Is 111.
The O'Connor place on the Hlneshurg
road has been sold to E. Victory for $1,S'0.
Carlos Rounds has sold his trotting
horse, Commander It., to parties from
Maine. Albert Comstock and daughter,
Gertrude, of Montpellcr, are in town for
a few days. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Pearson
of Burlington were over-Sunday guests
nt tho home, of her brother, H. F. Tllley.
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Btltute. Sho was accompanied by he
P. mrt'i, f Will.,,.., ...in u . . . .
friends In Brooklyn nnd New York fo
iiik r nimy nuernoon with .Mrs, C harli
Ncaly.- Professor and Mrs. Robinson an
Bobbins of Essex Junction spent Sunda
whllo tho regular carrier Is having hi
vacation. MrB. Chapin Palmer Is th
Mrs. Henry Ballard nnd daughter of Dud
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jin.L uiLrrrfir. .nr. linn -irs t. tj. KinKnp
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wis. x iiiuj iii4 Kucni ui iviuiuiuu
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Morgan, who have occupied fi part of A
Things." the Rev. S. II. Barnum; "Wha
Frank O, Pease; "What Constitutes
iuu' a. nui tin, i-. i.. u ui utui ) v no.
nell: music, "Mr. and Mrs. K. B, Jordan
4 .Y... TT.l .UA U v...
has returned to Burlington.
T T'l r n Qr,,v, nf TJ . , -1 1 n t. I- Trial
Inr- AlVia-f rrnmllncnn TIT TT1
been with their aunt. Mm. HL Orfi?nrv
ter of Essex was a guest of Mr. and Mr
nt the Baldwin Refrigerator company.
Josephine PottltiBlll, were immersed Ing. The bearers wero Quy, Robert in
Miss Sophia Williams of Charlotte has
begun work as teacher In tho. primary
grade. Mrs. Nancy Miller of Ferrlsburg,
who came to visit her niece, Mrs. Daniel
Preston, nnd was taken ill. has so far re
covered that Dr. Ross took her home
Tuesday. Mr. and MrB. Harry Reed of
New York spent part of their vacation
with Mrs. Reed's cousin, Mrs. Oelle HU
dreth. MJr. und Mrs. Hugh Holmes at
tended his brother Ray's wedding in Es.
sex Junction Thursday evening. Mrs
Hapgood has rented her fnrm. She will
occupy the apartment which George S.v
bins has rented. Mr. Snblns's family will
havo rooms In tho hotel. Cornelius
AVhalen, Jr., Is visiting his parents, Mr.
und Mrs. Thomas Whalcn. Alexis Cutler
nnd family of Kansas, nephew,of Hornco
Cutler, have been visiting In this section.
They were guests at J. E. Olmstead s
Thursday. A reception will be given In
the parlors ot the Congregational Church
1'rlday evening for tbo Rev, and Mrs.
Charles AVnttle. Charles Sisters, who has
been visiting his sister, Mrs. Allen Sabins
nnd other relatives during tho summer,
left Tuesday for Casper, Wyoming.
Miss Ida Spauldlmr. daughter of Mrs.
Nellie Spauldlng, and Paul Perrign were
married In Plattsburgh, N. Y., Thurs
day, September 12, by the Rev. J. A.
Mead, pastor of the Methodist Church.
The number of weddings In Sholbunie
this summer probably exceeds that in
any ottier town of Its sizo In the State,
theru having been 10 weddings since
May 1 In which ono or both of tho con
tracting parties wore people of this
town. Ifl of the 0 being residents of
Shelburne. Miss Ruth West returned to
Boston Friday to complete her courso
at the. Emcison bchool of oratory. Har
rlson Abbott and Lottlo Lavallette were
married at tho homo of tho bildo In
Sholbumo Thursday. Tho Rev. W. B.
Goodman performed tho ceremony.
Miss Clnro Barnum has enteied Mlddle
bury College. Miss Florence Blcknell and
parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. Clinton Blcknell
havo been visiting in North Troy, Miss
Blcknell went from thero to Chicago
whero she teaches In tho Latin jchool,
Irving Ballurd Is to move Into tho lower
part of Ernest H, Smith's building op
posltn tho vlllago hull. Sheldon Hill of
Starksboro Is clerking for Jordan
Brothers for a month or longer, Mr. and
Mrs. James Carpenter are moving to
Huntington. Miss Doris Brown, who wnB
, ..dilated from the high school lust Juno,
of '9S, '03, '00, '01 "02, "03, '03, '12 and
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iNewpon arm wih kiu,v
ford, '02, of Johnson were followed by
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Tf fia At.fr.icit "tl 111. TVJ,
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Vm-n Cmwfonl ot Johnson were in tow
iu uiienu iiiu leuiiiuii ii. ..i.j.v ui.....
CHILI .;is m ill . iaiu r .....
a T..irimifi.An uHU bo irlven in honor of tbrj
Rev.and Mrs. Wattle In thoCongregational
Church parlors Friday evening. Ah mem
bers of the church and eommun'ty
cordially Invited. -Mr. and Mrs. Ferg'-mr
or starnsnoro are me nue.-ia m . i
daughter, Mrs. M. W. Fowler Miss Un
tie Paddock left Monday for Waverly. N.
v- i. -v... ...in i. a th.. irn,.t of her
brother for several weeks, Mr. and Mrs.
r tt ri.. Mr n.i.i Mrs I,. Douirlass
nnd Mr. and Mrs. R. R Bartlett were
among those who went on the excursion
to New York -Mls Daisy Bessett has re
sumed her work In M D Dimlck k insur.
ance olllcc after a week's vacation Mr.
nn.. Mr. 1' C. DtlV S Of WatllOh lUWO
been guests nt tno nomo m -ir mm .uis.
D. D, Parker for a few days. Mrs, F C.
guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. T Jacobs for
...... .. ..!.. hue,, reiurneii 10 iiieir iiointi
In Jersey City. N. J. Mrs. Ella Sloane,
who has been visiting friends In Burling
ton for two weeks, ha.s returneu ana is
at the home of Mr. and Mrs, A. T Stevens
for a short stay before returning to her
homo In Omaha, Nib. Mr. and Mrs.
Whllo of Starksboro were the guests of
their daughter, Mrs. J. W. Bern', over
Sunday Miss Shoonmaker of Trov, N,
v., Is mo Kuesi oi nv. .inn ..irs. .a a.
Tllley George Barney, Sr., who has been
In feeble health for somo time, died Tues
day at the homo of his son, Burtnl will
bo In Canada, his former home. Mr nnd
Mrs. ntzseraiu anil iiaugnter, wno wero
recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. Purtcl,
have returned to their home In Montpel
J, W. Spauldlng and family, G, P. Ken
yon and family. Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Chap
man and Miss Bessie Allen were at Lnkn
Iroquois Saturday to attend a picnic of tha
friends and neighbors of the Carlos
Fletcher family. Those from away wero
Dr. and Mrs. Orlcn Fletcher of Augusta,
Ga Mr, and Mrs. Fay Clark ot Claro
mont, N. H two of Moses Fletcher's
daughters of Manchester, N, H Mr, nnd
Mrs. Arthur Moore of Rutland In all
thero wero 40 present.
A daughter won born to Mi and Mrs.
M. E. Slovens Monday. Mr. und Ma