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THE BUHTiTNOTON FREE PRESS AND TIMES; THURSDAY, OCTOBER H, 1912.
HAPPENINGS IN VERMONT
'Continued frnm page 3.)
tins', where Mr. pnltr.er will take a post
Rrii'limto course In the Nuw York "tit
lliiK school. Mr. Mellaril Connor of
Lisbon. N. It., who has pnsseil soma
i weeks with her Rlhter, Mrs. II, L.
injured Sunday mornlnx nt nbont eight I returned homo Monday. Mrs. Spear and
i... .1.1..1.,.. ........ tir. inmi lemk Mlns Klnra Tilllner accomnanleil llel to
mi. jonnsoury, wncre mey
hcsldc Oscur Merrill's house was curried
to Dr. N. I'. Carey's office, wheru his
wounds were dressed and he was cared
or through the day, ho was abln tn
return to his homo Sunday nlRht Burton
Webster had his rlt.'ht hand badly In.
lured In n planer. The youtm people ei'
joyed a corn roast Saturday evening on
Stirpes Hill. U drover Chnse and XV. A.
lircnnan have returned to medical college
Itcv. Wulter XV. Held called on fi lends
anil parishioners In town Wednesday.
Mr. Held recently organized n mission
at Sheldon SprliiKs.-.Mrs. N. P. Carey
Is III. The whist party and dance to he
slcn by the Village Improvement so
dcty will be held to-night In opera hull
Instead of to-morrow night as before ru-porlcil.-Mr.
and Mrs. John ltoblnsoni
have been entertaining their niece and
husband from Montreal, recently mar
ried, anil whe ate tiiklng their wedding
trip through Vermont. News from Mrs.
Patrick Mc-Giic at Hot Springs, Ark., re
ports her very much Improved In health
and gaining every day.-Mrs. Kllzabeth
lilll Is visiting her cousins, Messrs.
Allan and Arthur Croft, of ICnosburg
Falls.-John C. Davis Is building a largo
addition to his house.
GRAND ISLE COUNTS
The Ladles' Aid will meet with Mrs. K.
P. Grlswold for supper Thursday The.
many friends of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Hrlggs spent an enjoyable evening Sep
tember 3 at their home, the Island Villa,
the occasion being their 10th wedding an
niversary. Dancing nnd games were en
Joyed. The foundation Is being laid for
the new Orange hall. Victor Hulburt has
returned from Now York, nfter spend
ing a week with friends.
ISLE LA MOTTE.
Mrs. N. XV. Flik and Mrs. Clapp spent
Tuesday In St. Albans with Mrs. Edward
Curtis Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore
Pleury of St. Albans spent Sunday In
town. Miss Amanda Hill went to Bur
llngton Monday to enter the high school.
-Ernest Naylor Is home from Houses
Point. Several of the farmers to'c sold
their apples. The buyers In town arc
John Nix Co., of New York, Mr. Hay
worth of Peru, N. V., Webber & Son
of New York, and a Montreal firm. The
npplo crop In town is very largo and
Mis Anna Cross or St. .lolinsbury Is
pasting several days as a guest of Mrs.
Ida Churchill. Miss Ida Dyne passed
I'aUmluy und Sunday at home, from
1 lard wick, where she Is attending school.
Mr. and Mrs. U. O'Donald of Woburn,
.is!-., arrived Friday evening to visit
i- mule and aunt, Mr. nnd Mrs. John
i -Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lunt of
i Mne came Friday evening to visit
i daughter and husband, Mr. and
i ' ' K Palmer. Mewellyn Thompson
i J ii. ! is. Misses Bertie and Lllla
n i i' i::eter, N. H., came Friday
' 'sli In Morrlsvillo and Hyde
Mob Gale passed Saturday
.i Johnson, the guest of Mr.
nuns Waterman. Miss Helen
' in her home In Hurllngton
i. i .mm to remain over Sunday.
'., , s Page, of flroton passed Frl
. it It her daughter, Mrs. William
I. i n Ii liratlng her 70th birthday. A
i iKhter u.is horn Friday morning to
.Mr nil Mis. Frank Duval of St. Jolms-
ur., who are at the home of her grand
, .u ents. Mi. and Mrs. Issah Lilalr. Mrs.
1'. Lawson of Haniwlck was a guest
Thursday and Friday of Mr. and Mrs.
David McNaughton. Miss Theresa Vance
of Oroton is a guest of Mr. and Mrs.
AVIlllam Stephen. Miss Maud Clark, -who
has passed the summer nt Sugar Hill,
N. H Is pausing a few weeks with her
parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ijymnn Clark.
Miss Barbara Cool; went to Montreal
Saturday to see her parents, who sail
Monday for South Africa. Miss Lena
fllll went to Burlington Saturday for a
'ew days. Mrs. J. P. Savoy and Misses
Dorothy and Elizabeth Powers passed
Saturday In Johnson, guests of Mrs. W.
J. Coolldge. Mrs. J. O. Lajoy of Hard
wick camo Saturday morning, remaining
over Sunday with Mrs. Laura Titus. Mrs.
Lottie Wells of Montpelter was a guest
Saturday and Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. 11.
L. Spear, while visiting her little daugh
ter. Mrs. Duncan McDonald was In
Hardwlck Saturday to see her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. K. F. Greene, who leave
Monday for Florida, where they will pass
the wlnter.Mrs. O, E. Sweet went to
Whltefield, N. H Saturday to pass a
dw days with Mr. Sweet, who Is em
)loycd there. Miss Bessie Magott visited
Mi and Mrs. E. A. Hastings In North
- oleott Saturday. Mrs. George E.
mi i Mian ana emiaren or Johnson came
Saturday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
.3eak In Elmore.
William Demeritt has purchased of D.
Smith the house recently moved from
Jin Kelsuy lot to Itandolph street. Miss
Hazel Wheclock or Wnlentt was a guest
liver Sunday of her s'ster, Miss Alma
Wheclock, at the C ,1 Story farm.
Miss Theresa Vance nt Haniwlck ii
jassing some dayb with her grand
.mother. Mrs. O. V. Choote, and Mrs.
William Stephen. Mr. and Mrs. Alton
i,awson passed Sunday In Calais, guests
of his sister and husband, Mr. nnd Mrs,
tunnion hiayton. Jacques Serietiio of
ntanbrlrtgc Station, P. Q., arrived Sat
urday to visit his brother, U'vl Henesae.
Miss Helen Crocker of Noith Hyde
rarlt was a guest Sunday ami Monday
of her sister and husband, Mr. and
Mrs. O. K. Smith. Mr. and Mrs, E. D.
Huntley or Hurllngton were guests over
Sunday of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F.
II. Ciam. -The members of riio Unity
tlass of the Congiegatlonnl Church wll
serve a harvest supper at the church
vestry Filday from flvo o'clock. Good
musk' and other features for entertain
ment. George Saxby Is taking a vaca
tion from his duties as clerk In the E.
W Tenill store. Mr. Saxby Is visiting
lis sister, Mis. Heatrlco Hoyntou, and
mi ther In Bellows Falls. Mrs. W. T.
Slayton und daughter left Monday
morning for Now York city, where slm
will visit for u week. Miss Allen p,..
vler of Montfieller, who has visited her
vlstei, Mrs. Alno Moullon, and helped
. nro for hir nephew, the jmmg son of
II C Jacobs, who is seriously III with
pni'umonla. went Moiidn. to Itnuilolph
.n see her sister, Mrs. Jacob", who Is
tn the Hault'arimu at that place.- Mrs.
(I. G. Kelley of Walirvtllo, a guest for
several days of hei sister-in-law, Mrs.
W. V Sherman, returned hume Monday
Jess.! Durgan of Peusleyvllle, N, y.,
Is a guest of his In-other and wife, Mr
nnd Mrs. V. I,. Duigan. Aiehle Good,
rich nnd Charles Tinker left .Monday for
Now Vurk I'm- a week, Mi- mnl M s
fi U. i'a'iner will bo to Nuw York Frl-
where they pnsstd tho
day.-Mrs. E. II. Stewart of lowcii,
Muss., has parsed several days with Mr.
Stewart's parents, Mr. nnd Mis. Ben
jamin Stewart, reluming home Monday,
A Progressive club wns organized Mon
day evening with lft! names enrolled, and
JO men present. Officers elected were as
follows: President, L. P. Thayer; secrc- j
tary, K. A. Smalley; treasurer, Hubert
Kntotii executive committee. Fred M.
Small. E. II. Vaneor. C. II. Haymnre, O.
S. Stnncllff, W. D. Itussell. It was plan
ned to hold nnother meeting In about
two weeks, when able speakers will be
present. F. H. Child left Monday evening
for Topekn, Kans., and other points west.
M. P. Maurice Is attending supreme
court nt Montpeller. Hay Clark returned
Monday evening frnm Sugar lllll, N. H.,
where he has been employed for the sum
mer. The seniors of People's Academy
will give a leap year mnsnuerudn social
at Academy hall I-rlday evening October
4. Mrs. W. 8. Dnnlels left Tuesday for
New York, where she will pass some
time with her son, Prof. L. E. Daniels.
Miss Myrtle Maeomber went to St. Al
bans Tuesday, where she has a situation.
Miss I.cnn Lane went to Brandon Tues
day, a guest while there of Mr. und Mrs.
W. J. Utton. M. H. Boardmnn has built
a cutting shed, carried heavy wires from
his mill to his barn, moved tho electric
motor from the mill to the cutting room
and is cutting corn for his silo by elec
tricity. The work of cutting his usual
amount of corn by horse power takes a
month, and by electric power he expects
to cut It In a much shorter time. T. VV
Derlck of New York Is a guest of his
uncle, T. II. Ellis, while passing his va
cation. Mrs. Jennie Slayton went to St
Johnsbury Tuesday, where she has a per
manent position. Francis Blnlr of Buf
falo, N. Y., arrived here Tuesday, join
ing Mrs. Blair In a visit with his par
cuts, Mr. nnd Mrs. N. It. Blnlr. Mrs.
William Howard left Tuesday for Calais
to visit her sister, Mrs. Dean Holt, and
her daughter, Mrs. Pred Darling In
Henry Walte has sold h's cottage
on Woban avenue to Jaques Sonosae
of Stanbridgo Station, P. Q. Mr. Sene
sae will not take possession until next
spring, the house now being occupied
by Mr. and Mrs. Walter Smith. Mrs.
T. C. Cheney and Mrs. I-aura Titus
went to Burlington Tuesday uvonlng
for a short stay. MrB. Frank Marian
of Hardwlck came Tuesday evening
for a few days' stay with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. A. 10. Draper. Morse
Bartlett died Sunday at the home of
Merton Chaffee In the west part of the
town. Funeral services were held
Tuesday. The Rev, n. D. Crammer of
ficiated. Interment was made In the
Kandolph Tlnad cemetery. Mr. Bart
lett. who had been boarded by the
town for some time at Henry Parker's,
was moved two weeks ago Wednesday
to Mr. Chaffee's and the following
Thursday suffered a shock. He was
born In Johnson 7fi years ago last
April nnd passed the greater part of
his life In Morrlstown. lie Is survived
by one sister, who lives In Manches
ter. N. H. C. F. Tlllotson has a pota
to sprout that measures 12 feet. Mrs.
Ernest Pajfo Is to work In the mil
linery store of Mrs. Alice Stevens.
Several from Stowe joined the excur
sion of the Green Mountain club to Smug
glers' Notch Saturday, among them Dr.
H. W. Barrows and F. E. Stafford.
Tho ladles of the Cemetery association
met Tuesday afternoon with Mrs.
C. D. Hmce.-The social given by the
West Branch ladles nt the home of Mr.
and Mrs. A. I.. Gale Friday evening was
attended by about OT. The young peoplo
played games and refreshments wer.i
served. Gordon Bull Is passing several
weeks In Malone. N. Y. Bernard Steli
blns has a lilac bush In blossom. Mrs.
E. J. Houston has returned to Cady's
Falls after passing several weeks with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. It. Gale.
Mrs. Houston Is somewhat Improved In
health. Mrs. A. E. Lawrence of Morris
town, Mrs. Alible Warren and Mr. and
Mrs. II. E. Straw visited Lake Sterling
Thursday by way of the long trial
Ben Mayo has finished work for tho C.
E. & F. O. Burt Lumber company and
has employment In Northfleld. Guy
Ayers has moved to the E. E. Burrows
tenement on the Capo Cod road. Mrs.
Mary Riyre has icturncd to Noithlleld.
A progressive rally and flag raising
will be held at eight o'clock this
evening. The flag raising will take place
on Main street near C. A. Riley's drug
store. Tlie rnlly will bo held In the audi
torium of the Akeley Memorial building.
Tho speakers will be tlio Rev. Eraser
Metzger of Randolph and C. II. Thomp
son, chairman of the progressive' com
mittee of Montpeller. Everybody Is In
vited. Miss Louise Chapln, who has
been In Burlington for osteopathic treat
ment, has returned somcwhut improved
In health. E. W. Wehster, landlord for
the past year and a half of the Green
Mountain Inn, went to Morrlsvillo Tues
day. Mr. nnd Mrs. E. E. Hamforth, who
have leased the Inn, are In charge.
Bernard Stebblns has n lilac bush blos
soming for the second time rtils season.
Representative J, C. Benson left Tues
day to begin his duties In Montpeller.
Mrs. J. C. Benson and her mother, Mrs.
Wcltha Churchill, are passing two weeks
In Krone, N. H. It is expected that the
Rev. Lemuel Davis will return this
week from Kingston. N. Y und that
he will begin his services .is pastor of
the Congregational Church Sunday.
The ladles of 1'nlty Church will servo
supper ut the churili vestry this
Tho rain which fell steadily all .day
Sunday mined Into miow on Mt, Mans
field and when the clouds lifted Monday
morning the mountain was white to Its
base. Tho snow wns several Inches deep
nt the Summit House and the mercury
stood ut 1 above zero. The higher peaks
of the surrounding mountains were all
covered with snow. This Is the llrst snow
on the mountains of the season nnd ac-
coullng to old weather sayings, winter Is
still six weeks away. The Summit House
on Mt, Manslleld, which has had a suc
cessful season notwithstanding the un
usual amount of unfavorable weather,
closed Monday. The proprietor und wife,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Adams, nre at their homo
here. The Holiness camp-llieetlng at
the home of .Mr. and Mrs. It, ,. Brlck
(y closed Sunday evening. On Monday
homo of the people In attendance, Includ
ing Mr. and Mrs. Brlckey, the Rev. nnd
Mrs. Johnson of Perklnsvllle, the Rev.
and .Mrs, Douglass and tho Rev. and Mrs.
Humphrey of Chaleiiugay, N, V,, visited
M. Munsllold Monday. Miss Grace Dew
ey has returned from Monlsvllle, where
she lias assisted la the Citizens' Telephone
olllco for iwo weeks. Mrs, Mary A. Jen
ney, who Is In Boston, was a visitor at
the home of the llo. E. M. II. Abbott
of Maiden, formerly of Stowe.--Mr. am!
Mrs. C. F. Eddy made an autonuibllo trip
to ButlliiKton S.itiuday with their guests,
Mr. and Mrs. E, i:, M c fluff cy. Mr. and
Mrs, McGuffey left Sunday night for their
Inline In Fust Orange. N. J.- Mrs, F. R,
lluller of Dmiveis. Maui., luado a brief
visit to her uncle's, Edwin R, Blgelow,
and other Stowo friends the llrst of th
week, arriving Sunday morning und leav
ing .Monday morning. Ira Murrln Is cn-
Spear, I lertnlnlng his sisters, Mrs. Chnrlotte Blgc-
lew, and Mrs. Tlieodosla Clair, tins wceit
, at his homo on Sunset street. At the
meeting of Manslleld Mountain Grunge
I Saturday evening the Peakn Ulsters' en
' tertnlnmenl was carried out, It was vot
ed to hold tho second meeting of each
month In the evening. Ned French Is con-
lined with a sprained ankle. Mrs. W. A.
Aldrlch and daughter, Mls.i Louise, hnvo
returned from West Burke. Miss Aldrlch
goes Tuesday to Essex Junction, where
she hns employment. Mrs, Mnry Slier-
bert has begun extensive Improvements
Mrs. George Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Waldo
t'otter of lrnsburg spent tho past week
with his brother, Thomns E. Pottcr.-F.
H. McFnrlnnd spent Sunday nt Hyde
The repairs on the Hydo Park elcelrlo
light plant urci completed and this village
Is now using Its own lights und power,
nfter renting the same of Monlsvllle for
a year. Mrs. .t T. Stevens has returned
to Hurllngton. .Mr. and Mrs. J. 3. Leach
spent Sunday nt their camp ut Million's
Hay. They had for their guests Miss
Blond Seymour, Mr. Norton and Mr. und
Mrs. Alden of this place. Col, H. F. Brig-
ham of Bnkersfleld wns In town Satui
Htm ry went to Hurllngton Monday,
thence to Rutland, and from there will
go to Hcrnnton, Pa., to visit Mr. Emery's
son, Clarence Emery. Tho Misses Clara
and Frances Bucklen, who have been
Ritchie, has returned to her home In
Pennsylvania. Miss Ethel Holt wns unit
U'd In marriage Sept. 2.-, to Hurley II.
Illy of Charleston, the Rev. O. J. Ander
son officiating. Clarence Pratt Is 111 nt W.
living In the Stockwcll block for several I ' Hopklnson's, where he hns been nt
und repairs on the Interior of her house I dny.-Bejnmln Lllley of Sheldon wns In
on Main street
The hour of the progressive meeting
should have rend eight o'clock In tho
evening instend of three In yesterday's
Issue. Miss Ellen Hodge, who hns pnssed
the summer In Stowe, went to Burlington
Wednesday on her way to her homo with
her sister, Mrs. Whitney, In Round Lake,
N. Y, F. C. Bashaw has begun extensive
repairs and Improvements on the houso
lecently purchased of Miss Ellen Hodge.
Mrs. S. H. Warren Is seriously III with
Brlght's disease nt her homo on Bridge
street. At n meeting of the executive
committee of the Stowe Old Home Week
nssoclntlon with Mrs. Eunice Pottle Mon
day evening, the following committees
were appointed: Membership, Mrs. Ver
non Wllklns, Mrs. Eunice Pottle, George
E. Fowler. Mrs. Carrie E. Straw, Mrs.
Alice Lovejoy, A. R. Straw; to arrange
for play, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Straw, Mr.
and Mrs. M. C. Lovejoy, Mr. nnd Mrs. O.
E. Luce, Mrs. M. A. Jenney, Mrs. C. L.
McMnhoii; tn arrange for maple sugar to
be served on snow, C. L. Mc.Malion, C. II.
Chapln, W. R. Slayton, II. G. Fuller; pro
vide the snow, II. E. Jenney and A. R.
Straw A. C. Dickey of Watertown,
Mass., Is visiting his daughter, Mrs.
Clarence Bennett. Edwin It. Blgelow was
In Burlington Wednesday. Mrs. Mary A.
Jenney returned Wednesday from a busi
ness trip to Boston. The high school boys
liue orgiinb.id n basketball team with
Mark Ploof, captain, Elwln Smalley, man
uger. and ( airoll wheeler, treasurer.
:Mis. Charles Miner, who spent ..'
nrnl months at the nnnie of her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jaiiies, has
gone to Bnrre. Mrs. Fred Jaques has
gone to spend several days In Burr,'.
.1. W. Green sold '.ils household
goods nt public auction Saturday. He
expects soon to return to l.odl, Cal.
where he will make his home. Miss
Jennie Trick of Hurllngton Is the
guest of her sister, Mrs. Clayton
Scott. .1. XV. Green has rented his
farm to A. D. Itugg for live yeais.---The
social event of tne season was
the meeting of the Jeffersonvllle
Cemetery association October 1 at the
home of Mrs. Marion Grlswold. Tho
business meeting was hoi 1 In fie
afternoon, and the gentlemen and
visitors came In the evening. Ainonir
those m attendance from out of town
were Mrs. Julia Stygles of I nderhill.
Mrs. Dora Atwool of Johnson, Mr. am'
Mrs. Leo Lelghton from the State id
Washington and Mr. nnd Mrs. .1. W.
Green from Lodl, Cal. Dinner was
served to a large company. A. ' P.
Wood Is seriously 111 at his home on
Friday evening tin- business men of
Jeffersonvllle, Cambridge and Watervllle,
together with a number of commercial
travelers, were entertained a i a compli
mentary baiuiuet given by Landlord R.
J. Pond at the Hotel Melendy. ("overs
were laid for fifty and during the ban
quet hour a concert was given by Les
sor's orchestra of Burlington. M. D.
Young was the toastinaster and the
following toasts were responded to: "The
High Cost of Living." with lemiirks by
R. B. Thomns. Dr. G. II. Newton and
Dr. G. H. Maurice; "The Increase of
Prosperity Noted In Customers during
My Business Experience." 11. N. Gray;
"The Lumber Industry," G. D. Grlswold
and A. L. Laraway; "The Hotel as th"
Traveling Man Sei-s It." A. E. Wan en,
L. S. Dow and J. G. Reed: "A Hotel
Man's Life," It. J. Pond; "Natural Re
sources of the State of Vermont." the
Rev. 11. E, llarned. The affnlr was an
Innovation for this setlon and was
heartily enjoyed. At the close tile com
pany expressed Its appreciation with
town Saturday. The final hearing In the
Charles Blow Insolvency case wns held
befoie referee McFnrlnnd Saturday. -
Mrs. tt. E. Costlow and sons, who heve
been visiting here, have returned tn
Massachusetts. The winter railroad I'tnn
table went Into fffcet Monday. Mr. nnd
Mrs. O. B. Foss und Mr. and Mis, Pre
ton Fairbanks were In Newport Satur
day. Misses Winnie and Rose llootiey
spent Sunday at Fairfax. Fred Leslie nnd
Joseph O'Dell were In town Saturday.
Mr. nnd Mrs. E. T. Snnford of South
Orange, N. J., nnd Mrs. E. M. Houlledgo
of Georgevllle, P. Q., were visitors here
Elmer Whltcomb hns returned from the
White mountains. Captain Watte, R. W.
Hiilburd, R. S. Page are among those nt
Montpeller to see the opening of f lie
Legislature. Erwln Lllley nnd his sons
spent Sunday nt Hardwlck. Professor
Putter, who superintended the putting In
of the electrical work at the plant, has
gone to Barton on a similar Job. The j Inst three
Congregational Church Is being painted. . Mis. n. V
F. 1). Prlndlo of Essex Junction wns In
town Monday. Clarence Parker Is clerk
ing at Strong & Goddard's firing the ab
sence of the senior partner a't Montpeller.
Nell Crowell and Archie Pratt havn
gone to a Lowell, Mass., business college,
Cyrus Parker of Brighton, Mnss., a
resident here SO years ago. Is visiting In
this place. The Denlo mill bus completed
their season's cut of logs, the largest In
Its history. Communion at the Congre
gational Church next Sunday morning.
Miss Genigl.i P.ailey spent Sunday ut
her home In .lolinon. Henry lluber of
Vi rgetiliex Is visiting his father for a
few days. Miss Delia Brlggs of Burling
ton spent Sunday with her mother. Mis.
N. 1). Wllley. Mis. George Marsh of
W.itei villi- Is visiting her sister. Mrs. A.
K. La bounty. F. II. Gee of Put'ney has
bein visiting his daughter at (.'. N. La
bounty's fiu a few days. Mi. and Mrs.
It. N. Smllle ol Cnderlilll spent Sunday
with .Mr. and Mrs. .1. N. Itaymore. -Mrs.
Clifford Dodge bus Joined hei husband
111 Montpeller. Mrs. Bertha Curtis has
mined Into tin- parsonage for the win
tir. Mrs. George Gaines ol Enosburg
Falls Is visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. II. Lang. E. .1. Gates was n
visitor In Hurllngton Tuesday. Mr. and
Mrs. Cbueiice Morgan of Richmond were
In t iwn Wednesday.
I'-'ANGE COUNT jf
three lousing cln
is and a tiger for Lund-
Mills Luzada and mothei, who have
been spending the summer nt Sugar
Hill, N. II., have returned. Benjamin
Denton Is In PlaUshurgh. N. Y., on
business. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Porter
attended the camp meeting at Stowe
Friday,- Mrs. E. A. Ransom Is visit
ing; her sister In Hardwlck. M. Coanut
Is attending the camp meeting In
Stowe. Mrs. Davis and sister, Mrs.
Franklin, are visiting their brother In
Stowe. Sirs. Georgia Morse of .Morrls
villo Is In town. The summer train
known as the Hyde Park made Its last
trip for the season Saturday. The
mull train west will run on tho winter
schedule at o:.r,(: p. m. The other trains
will run nearly as before.
Mrs. Mable Hawicy of Jeffei sonvllle Is
caring for her aunt, Mrs. Arthur Pike.
Representative Jon- and Senator Sherwln
left for Montpeller Tuesday. -W. M. A. J.
Saleeby entertained about 3,", members of
Waterman lnlge of Masons at their last
regular communication. Mrs, Carrie
Whltteu has moved In with Mrs. Mattle
Baker for the winter. Mrs. 11, W. Scott
Is at the Fanny Allen hospital for treat
ment, also her niece, Dr. Scott's daughter.
Charles Whiting Is employed In the talc
mine as Is also Mbert Iainbert. Those
who went to Worcester for treatment
have returned and all except Mrs. Arthur
Pike are muc h Improved In health. Her
bert Chappell Is moving from the Mlnoot
bouse to rooms In R. II. lloycc's house on
Much corn Is still .standing and a frost
or freeze Is feared, as In some localities
Ice formed Sunday night. The Rev, Nel
son Yules a returned missionary from
the Island of Formosa, Is visiting his cou
sin, Mrs, Minnie Yates, and other rela
tives In town. The Woman's Homo Mis
sionary society or the Congregational
Church will meet with Mrs, A. J, Orr
to-dav ut two o'clock, Mrs. Orr, leader
of the meeting; subject, "W'hete Mission
Mis. Flunk Chase and daughter atv
spending the week with her daughter,
Mrs. Fl unk Nun Is, at Bakerslleld. Mrs.
Ira Blgford of Fletcher spent the past
week with the Rev. and Mrs, J. II. Wills.
-Mr. Kingsbury Is visiting ut the Moun
tain Spring Hotel for the week. George
II. Beurd left Monday for Montpeller,
where he has an appointment In the sar-gent-ut-arnls
olllco during til nesslon of
the Legislature, lrwlu Brown has gone
to Greensboio, wheie he has work at Ills
trade.-Mr. and Mrs, Ovltt of Rlchford
spent Saturday and Sunday with fecr
mother. Mrs. Andrew Robinson. Mrs.
George Johnson of Kunsus City, Miss.,
spent Uio past week with her daughtei,
The ladles of Bethany Guild gave a
chicken pie supper Friday night at the
parish house, which was largely attended.
The mcnibeis of the Guild gae a dollar,
each telling the way In which It was
earned. The proceeds of the supper nnd
the contributions of the members
amounted to JW. Miss Ellen Matthews
left Saturday for Rochester. Mrs. Charles
Waldo, who has been at the Center visit
ing her daughter. .Mis. Fannie Waldo,
and family, was in town Satunlu . Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Williams, who have been
here with Mrs. Estella Gllson during
September, went to liethel Saturday, for
.in over Sunday visit befoie teturulng to
Brighton, Muss. -Mrs. Harriet Sinclair of
Lebanon. N II.. who has been at the
llolman farm, the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Ileber llolman, for two weeks, returned
home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Leet
Blodgett, who have been living In South
Itoyalton, were In town Friday with Mr.
mil Mrs. G. W. Panton. and left Satur
day. Mr. and Mrs. Blodgett have receut-
ly sold their farm and will go to Florida
I for the winter, and from them to Call-
fornla fin -i permanent home. Mrs. W.
j Ketehum and child from Gaysvllle were
jlu town Saturday visiting Mr. and Mrs
! Frank Ketchnm. Mrs. J. H. Moulton and
daughter, Miss Mary Moulton. went to
I Montpeller Saturday, for an over Sun
'day visit with Mr. Claienee Moulton and
family. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Bacon, who
Miave been here from Morrlsvllle since
Thursday, the guests of Mrs. (Vila Glf
ford, went to their home Saturday. The
Bnriica class of the Federated Church
held a corn roast at D. D. Howe's Thurs
day night, attended by about 10 persons.
-Miss Georgia Abbott, who has been In
the II. A. Leonard drug store, has closed
her engagement and gone to her home In
South Itoyalton for the present. Green
Mountain band gave an enjoyable concert
hatuiday night. Mrs. Almon Morse Is
still seriously 111 with bronchial pneu
monia. -The Rev. G. W. Smith has re
tained from Bennington, where he went
to attend the diocesan convention.
Mr and Mrs. E. P. Rye, who have
been In St. Albans and Swanton for
nearly two weeks, returned Tuesday ac
companied home by their daughter,
Mrs. Lula (Rye) West, of Moscow, who
Is to remain here a few days. Misses
Nellie and Eunice Shattuck of Ottawa,
Can., arrived Tuesday and are being en
tertained by Mr. nnd Mis. Charles Oris-wold,-Frederick
Leeds left Tuesday for
Little Rock. Aik., where he was former
ly engaged In mission work.-Mr. nnd
Mrs. Guy l.umson entertained the Uni
versity elub ut dinner nt their home on
the Highlands Monday night, There
were p; present. Tho Rev. Dr. Homer
White spoke on "The Power of Ora.
tory.' Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Hopkins
who have been with their daughter, Mrs.
II. W. Lewis, for u few weeks, left
Tuesday for Hancock. N. Y. Mrs. Guy
Buck and two small sons arrived from
Lebanon, N. H., Tuesday and are guests
of Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Buck.-C. O,
Osha went to White River Junction
Tuesday and for the next bIx weeks will
travel through Vermont und New Hump-
shire, Miss Blanche Shcpnrd, who has
1 n In llraiutree visiting her mother
at the home of her sister, Mrs. Frank
Williams, went to her home In Bethel
Titesday.-Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Northiop
weiti In town Tuesday. They expect to
move Into their house on the Highlands
November l.-Mrs, B J. LiBounty
left Tuesday for Newport, whero
she Is to imss M'Veial days
with her mother nnu brother
Mrs, Hurry Campbell of Bethel visited
in town Monday.-MIss Mary Gllson of
Santiago, Cul who has I i here most
of the summer, started on her home
ward Journey Mouday nlght.-MIss
Edith Goodrich, who has been the guest
of her uncle. Dr. J. P. Olfford. for sev
eral dnys, returned to South lloynlton
Tuesday, Mrs, F, R. Ingalsbeo and
children, who have been here for near
ly a year with Mvs. Blxby. left Sunday
night for Ikithlehem. Pa.. remain a
Blunt time.-Mr. . nnd Mrs. Alonzo
months, havo none to Wilmington to
spend some time, Miss Hnttle Sawyer
of Maiden, who hns been at Randolph
Center with Mrs. Clara Sawyer for a
week, left for f Concord, N, H., Monday,
nnd from there will proceed t'o her home.
Miss Mary Wedgwood returned to
Chlcopee, Mass., Monday after pnsslng
a month here. The Randolph
meeting wns Inrgely attended Saturday i
night, when n delegation from the. Cen
ter Ginngo enme down to give the pro
grnm. The exercises consisted of a de
bate by four young men on the merits
of the Hnlstrln nnd Jersey cows, nnd '
tin rxerch-e by six young ladles. Wed
nesday night tho Grange goes to Ran
dolph Center to give their program.
Mrs Annk Marshall nnd three children
with Mrs. Henry Fltts left Mondny
night for Covlnn, Cal., to remnln with
relatives through the winter. Mr. and
Mrs. John Lnmson have returned from
their wedding trip and will soon go to
housekeeping. Mrs. Earl Rlford, who
has been with Mrs. A. N. Kathan for
two weeks, went to her home Satuidny,
leaving her husband nt the sanitarium
for another week. Antolne Mazzollnl
has returned from Boston.
Miss Alice Mclntyre left Tuesdny night
for St. Albans, to attend a library meet
ing now In session Mr. and Mrs. L. II,
Dlckerman started for Vancouver, B. C,
Monday afternoon for several weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hewitt, who hnvo
been nt New London, N. II. , for tho
months, returned Tuesdny.
Fletcher, who has been visit
ing In Somervllle und lloxbury, Muss.,
Lebanon, N, II., nnd Woodstock, arrived
home Tuesday. Mrs. Charles Woodworth,
who underwent nn operation for appen
dicitis nt the sanitarium three weeks ago,
wns uble Tuesday to go to her homo in
East Granville. Mrs. John Morrill of
Tunbridge arrived Tuesday to visit her
sisters, Mrs. W. O. Morrill, nnd Mrs.
Nettle Rlx. She wns nccompnnlod by Mrs.
Blnnch Riddle of Arlington, Muss., who
will ulso visit nt the snme place. Dr.
and Mrs. Selva Bass, who hnve been at
the home of Mrs. William Nichols for
several weeks, started Tuesday on their
return trip tn Wichita, Knn., where they
reside. Miss Edith Goodrich, who hns
I n a guest of her uncle, Dr. J. P. Olf
ford, since last week, returned to South
Itoyalton Tuesdny. Mrs. Abel Bowen left
Wednesday for At hoi, Mass., to pass the
winter with her son. Her daughter, Mrs.
Griffith, went to her home In Bridgeport,
nnu. The Ladles' Missionary society of
the Methodist Episcopal Church will meet
with Mrs. W. S. Smlthers Friday after
noon. Miss Harriet Clark, who has been
with her aunt, Mrs. Charles Mnnn, for
a few days, went to Boston Wednesday.
Mrs. G. A. Chedel went to New Hamp
shire Wednesday to visit Mr. Chedel's
mother. Mrs. Anna Morse went to South
Itoyalton Wednesday to visit her daugh
ters. Misses Bertha and Mary Morse.
Mrs. Lemuel Richmond entertained Col.
Israel Converse Chapter Daughters of the
American Revolution Wednesday after-
noon at her home. William Reynolds and
j family expect to start for Pasadena, Cal.,
unoiit .-sovemner 1. and Immediately upon
his arrival there, will go to work for Car-
nil White In building a houso for his own
use. The Ladles' Aid society of the Fed
erated Chuich Is arranging a sale Decern
tier I. the plans of which ale not vet
fully perfected. Miss Lucindu Duptlis,
who Is passing her vacation here with her
sister, Mrs. Nettle Rlx, Is 111 with acute
work sonic time. His mother Is caring
for him. James McNeil, who hns been III,
went Inst week to n hospital In Sher
Mr. und Mrs. Walter Wright of Reglna.
Sask., came Monday to visit at the home
flrangolof tlltUiir, O. P. Wright, und at W.
j. , iihiii. o. .,uh. i mines i.iKins ol
North Troy Is niso sncndliiL' the week
I with them. Mrs. Almon Clark, who has
' been III, Is Iniprovlng.-Ony and Untold
j Farmini and the Rev. M. W. Fui tnnn
nnve oeen in wmi coins. nr. voung suc
cumbed to n cold nnd overwork Tuesday
nnd Is III In bed. At the lust meeting of
the Ladles' Auxiliary society It was vol.
ed to pay $10 on' the minister's salary. 1
.Mrs. Joseph f.oddanl Is spending u few
I weeks In Newport with her daughters.
I Miss Mildred Bell wns nt home from the
I Newport high school accompanied by
I Miss Elizabeth Wood. Louis nnd Bell and
I Lee Miller were nt home from St. Johns
I bury Acndemy over Sunday. Mr. Green
has sold his place on the North Hill to
party In Troy, taking a farm
East road, Troy, In exchange. Mr. Wa
terhouse has finished work for the Col
umbia creamery and gone to Springfield,
,rn Pope b.is returned from the Royal
Victoria hospital much benefitted by his
operution Miss Cellna Generous has also
returned. -The Rev. imd Mrs. II. C. Tlt-
temore and daughter went to Franklin
Saturday to visit friends. J. T. Slkbv of
Hartford, Conn , Is In town. Daniel
A damn has rented II. O. Illnes" house
Mrs. Mary .Mitchell, wife of Lewis Cola,
died at her home Sundnv. aged (S3 years.
The funeral was held Wednesday morning
frnm the St. Ignatius Church, Rev. I'r.
Lavlgne otllclatlng. Mr. and Mrs. George
Webster are In Canada. -Mrs. Daniel
Adams has sold her farm to Herbert
Chase. Possession was given October 1.
Mr, and Mrs. Clarence Sargent of Bos
ton ate visiting nt the home of Ms father,
S. Snrgent. Mrs. Juan Burnett and
sons of Norfolk, Conn., are visiting at
the home of her brother, A. A. Burton.
Miss Lulu Mcssei has gone to New
Haven, Conn., to stay with her grand
mother, Mrs. Messer, this winter. Joseph
Sheltra muted Monday to the f.irm owned
by his brother, Simeon Sheltra. Will
Rl'.ey of Montgomery Center will occupy
the house vacated by Mr. Sheltra. Han y
Snider has sold his farm to Ell Taylor
of Coventry. -Mrs. It. E. Held and son I
are in ornMi. .n m K. E. Derusha 1
went to Middlesex Thursday to take
charge of a creamery
wns found about six o'clock bv W
f?IICLll VI i Will, VII llin WOTS
Montpeller Junction. The Itullnn was
ployed by P. Negroni of Barre ami
two weeks had been utiablo to work
cnuse of extreme nervousness He ten
n mother in Italy, tho nouy was tn
to Jtiirre tonrsoi.v niiei in, on iui imiuh
Cliileiice Goodell of Woodbury Is to
piacfcit in tno Hiuie iiospmu uv iyiiutii
for observation as to his sanity. Hi
eniirged wun open ami goiss n
..-, ii ii. Mi.Vutiv of Wat
ourv. cnurccii wun ooiuuiiim neo
fn. 1tr.(1t,i,lw.(' lwiotil lew lltlller fjl
nretenses. has been revised In t'i'f) b
furnished by E. H. Gabree
Charles Bryant, aged 13 years, son
Mr. and Mrs. William Bryant, wus stn
by the automobile of F. .1. Marshall I
day night and seriously Injured. The 1
was playing with other youngsters
mn In front of the auto on State Mr
accompanied by his wife, attempted
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his side, knocking him unconscious. S
urday two consultations were held nni
Is feared an operation will be neccss-
tm tbe uvmntrimu Indlrnle eriihlnir ol- 1
oration of one of the kidneys,
One of the two new passenger englt
for the Montpeller it Wells River n
on iiu.. , . , . . , . , ,
motive shops at Mam- a ster, N II
ihi iih nseu un inu uiiuugii passen
Douglas, Vnrnum it GIHUIlm of
Johro-bury have sent a gang of JO 1-ibop
1. 1 W'ebstervllle and will beir n t'ds wi
the construction of the extension of
afternoon the Jury, In tb . . nn
or Everett A. .Morse u!(ulit nt ' R I, a
rence returned a verdb t r,f S' ar 1 co.-
iifler nbollt '1 hours' r.iii ideritfuii of t
case. Morse sued for S'.CKie
passenger train between this lty n
Bane and the Bnrte shifib . n
came together Tuesday In toe ,
nnd both were thrown off f 1 i n
hndly smashed. No one wus h jr' Th
glneers could not see ench other One
glne sldeswlped the other
Washington county court took up 1
i -oiimiu'i anon ni niue; .'.ifej ic:L,'liii
the first case being that of Sta'e ngali
Intoxicating liquor. A. Blanco, keeper,
Waterhury case. No defense was mac
Jury retired at 12,i. and nt 3 15 return
a verdict of sulltv nnd Blun -o was nlac
In county Jail to await sentence.
Emma, the year and a half old daugh
lei- nf .Mr. nnd .Mrs. Wilfred Mussle. who
l.ad been singularly 111 for some time and
was taken to the sanitarium early last
veek, died Friday. The funeral was held
Sunday and the burial was In the Cath
olic cemetery nt Randolph. The Rev.
Mr. Cooper of Montpeller preached at
tbe .Methodist Church Sunday for the
I'.e. II. C. lloyt, who Is taking a vaca
tion. Members of Hlllcrest Grange g.ivo
the progiam at West Randolph Grange
Saturday evening and the latter Is to re
turn the compliment oy giving the pro
gram here this evening. G-orge T.
Chaffee of Rutland, one of the trustees
of the State Agricultural school, huf
presented the State with a tine yearling
Jersey bull from the well-known high
class Jersey herd. The Agricultural
school can now boast of us tine a barn
as there is In the State. It Is now com
pleted und has modern appliance. The
cow stables Is 36 by Ol, the floois are
concrete, and in the cow stalls havo
corked brick. They expect to winter II
Jerseys and H Holstelns Miss Hattia
Sawyer of .Massachusetts hns been visit
Ing her mother. Mrs. Clara M. ri.iw.ver.
Tiie foot ball team of the Agricultural
school played the Randolph high team
at MeCall Park Saturday, with a score
of Go to o In favor of the aggies. Saturday
the aggies piny the Montpeller Seminary
team at Montpeller. Jasper Taylor had a
seveie attack of appendicitis last we.ek
ami wns taken to the sanitarium, whero
lie had a successful operation. He is doing
wen. .ur. inyior Is from Chelsea and Is
attending the Agricultural school.
in tlio Wednesday morning the In the
large farm burn on the Melvln place,
owned by Jliller and Kaiser, the cows and
horses weie gotten out, four hogs and a
lot of poultry being lost, also' 100 tons of
buy, a largo silo and a lot of farm ma
chinery, wngons, tools, etc., were burned,
The loss Is about Jl.oon and insurance
umount.s to about 2.(V0. Samuel L-dd
und Mrs. Sarah Cutler were married Tues
day by the Rev. S. F. Achenback. The
Rev,, O. H. Lukltis preached at the Pres
byterian Church Sunday.-Mrs. M. L.
Noonan returned to Chicago Wednesday
and her sister, Miss Dorothy Porter, ac
Mrs. J. D. I.eavltt underwent an oper
ation for tumor Sept. 23. J. N. Pat
terson visited Mrs. Patterson In tho Mary
Fletcher hospital Sunday. Anna Renfrew
of Peucham Is visiting her aunt. Mrs.
.v Renfrew J. Robblns lost his fore
finger up to the mlddlo Joint In the gear
of a separator Thiitsduy, Leota Strattou
Is In Hurdwlck. The Rev. John Chamber
lain preached In the Methodist Episcopal
Church Sunday morning. - Alden Twiss
and family uro occupying the Kler tene
ment, Harvey Phllbrooks und sou have
rented tho basement eif II. W. Illshon's
store and put In u feed store.
Mrs. E. O. Silver and family have re
turned to East Orange, N, J for the
winter, Miss Ella limb of Boston H vis
iting her sister, Mrs. Paul Normandln.
Ray Henley has moved from his place on
Charleston roud that, ho sold to William
Rust, to West Derby. T, Chipper has
moved from the Durgln house to Newport,
where he hns work. Don Percy Is able to
be out nfter being confined to the house
with a broken leg. Miss Dora Smith, who
has been visiting her uleter, Mrs, Hcrt
Edward H. Frye. sonologist of Boston,
will present "The Man from Home" at
the town hull to-morrow evening at eight
o'clock. The annual harvest supper given
by the ladles of the Baptist Chuich will
be held to-morrow evening In the church
vestry. The regular meeting of theMary
L. Ketcham Circle of King's Daughters
will be held to-morrow afternoon at two
o'clock. A new Iron watering trough re
cently purchased by the town has been
placed on Center street. The Ladles'
Aid society of the Congregational Chuich
will hold n rummage sale Saturday In
tho vacant store next to T. C. Spooncr's
drug stote, beginning at nine o'clock and
continuing through the day. Thee who
have articles to contribute diould havu
them rendv I'rldav afternoon, whei. ams
will call. Miss Maud Jfeac.T-":i returned
yesterday fiom a two weeks' vacation
spent In Enosburg Falls and Orwell.
Miss Carolina Bishop, who has been 111,
Is Improving. A. L, Bourne of Boston Is
visiting his daughter. Mrs. Charles E.
Heals, at the Congregational parsonage.
A regular communication of St. Paul's
Lodge. No 23. F. & A. M.. will be held In
Masonic hall to-morrow eviiilng at 7:30
o'clock. There will be work In the second
degiee. Miss Lottie Baker has returned
from Burlington, where she went with
her sister. Miss Delia Maker, who Is re
ceiving medical treatment at the Mary
The Rev. William G. Leonard Is In
Boston. The Rev. It. N. W.ishburno will
give an address Sunday evening In the
Methodist Church on "General William
I'ooth." G. B. Stose of the I?. S. geo
logical survey has returned to Washing
ton, D. C, after a few days In town.
The Rev. J. S. Arnold has gone to
I'oughkeepsie. N. Y., where he will re
.odc Mrs Maria C.ipen and Mrs. Mary
Sl.ison went yesterday to Now York for
a few days. Mrs. E. E. Sumner an
nounces the engagement of her daughter.
Boxy V... to R.iy A. Sturtevant of Spring
Held, Mass. -Frank II. Stone of Salisbury
nnd Ml V Elizabeth Paige of Mlddlebury
vere married Tuesday morning at tho
Methodist parsonage by the Rev. R. H.
Washburne. Mr. and Mrs. Stone will
reside In Lincoln. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. F.
Paige, who have occupied the H. E. BIs
sell house on Park street for several
months, have returned to the Brandon
Inn. -Carl William Mellen, .on of Mr.
and Mrs. Oscar Mellen, died at the l.
S. na.il training school In Newport, It. I.,
Monday, September .J. He wa 13 years
of age. The funeral will be held to-day
nt l:3n o'clock from the home of his par
ents, the Rev. R. 11. Washburno officiat
ing -Mi and Mrs. Joseph Kaln of De
troit, Mich., are guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Janus Woodruff. There will bo a dance
this evening at the Brandon Inn. Mrs. A.
It. SiiMgue, Ml.-ses Ruth Sprague and
Estella Hicks we're In town yesterday
after several weeks at Thompson'.'- Point. '
- Tho Woman's Auxiliary of St. Thomas's
Episcopal Church will meet at Mrs, E. D. I
IdackweU's Friday afternoon nt three I
o'clock to elect delegates to the Vermont
I ranch of Woman's Auxiliary to be held
nt Woodstock October S and 0.
Mis. Lottie Thayer of Brooktleld
und little son are visiting at George 8.
Allen's. Tlio attendance at the XV. C.
T. P. sociable at the chapel Friday
night was large. The old landmark,
the carriage house nt the Major How
ard place, was torn down last week,
but Is soon to bo replaced. The Rev.
II. M. Hall of the Methodist Episcopal
Church goes to Bung-nil street to
precah In the school houso Sunduy aft
ernoon. Daniel F. Southworth. who
came to town from Rutland Thursday,
after an absence of three weeks, will
return to Rutlaiui tho coming week,
where his sister Is In poor health, lie
will I. it'ir return to California.
Mrs. James Doheny died at nn ear
nour euiie.',,! , .-ein .i1 uer no
nil jiiih num. i.i-niuen m-r .luftti.i
she leaves live sons, the Rev Patrl
Doheny of Bristol and Edward, Da
lei, James and John, nnd three dnng
ters, Mary, Margaret and Kathlce
Funeral services were
John's Church Friday
o'clock. The Rebekah
Ing Is to be held wlt'.i
this place on O'-tob.T
elses will be held
the O.l.l Fellows'
15. Tho exe
In Armory hall.
enuuKll mi nit' eiiiiMjiaie uuur wu
to bo put on by Ivy lodge of Mon
peller in exemplifying the degree.
uiiiiin ii. i ii,e loiH ueiiiii inu rt'i
farm In district seven In lloxbury
I hns taken possession.
Miss .Mne K. .Morr 111. oldest dmiL-ht
of Mr. und Mrs. Frank E, Morrill, nt
rled nt the (, ongregatlonallst C Ii irch So
day noon ut the close of tin mot nli
service, the Rev. J. B, Sargent 1" 1-
the otllclatlng clergyman Helen
Howe, assistant postmaster, Is on her
In central New York.
Local Forecaster . A. Shaw repoi
a mean temperature fur September of
,,erTT-eei. wmrii K one octree ii'itive I
rorill.il lur nit- iiniiiiii. lie. iimtiem w
,., uegree.s on iiie ui, ami me mwen
33 degrees, on tlie 3"th The greatest dal
range was 31 degrees, on the 17th, a
the least dally range was 0 degrees,
the 2nd. The precipitation amounted
i.jt mines, iiie iiuiin.ii 101 ine mon
4,323 miles, the average hourly velocity
ner hour, frnm the north on the L'Tt
The month was made tin of four clen
,,lti. ....,1.- !.-,,., I,- .1,1,1 17 nl,,itil- ilnv
mil no ix n.'ivs. .4 Kru.ir- nail, u.is noli
on .no M l. rnir oil ine uiu. nn. i.iin. lu
and 2nth, thunderstorms em the ,th, in
and ssth, and u heavy frost on the 30th,
Doiulnlco Giacherlo of Barre, aged about
43 years, wus run over and killed near tho
Central Vermont railway station Thurs
day morning by the Burro passenger train
on Its wny to Barre after meeting the
northbound sleeper nt 3:15. The Occident
occurred about four o'clock and the body
l....t..l I.1..1... ...I .1... . X, I.I..1.
farm In Irasvllle.-E. L. Griggs of W
utnii T ivlin linu li.tn,, t-l ..1 1 i ,t if 1,, ll
vicinity the past month, has reu, n
home. Mrs. W. A. Fnrr returned
Held. Mrs. Silvia Ma. shalll Is scloi,
in. 4 oromeuaiie w in i e civee
senior class of the Waltstleld high
111 the vestry of the Congngat
Church Friday evening
Miss Florence Morse b m
to New Jersey to s-pend t'"
ter with her sister, Mr" C
ties. .1. II. Daniels has rented
'ed by C. B. Clark on Elm street
S. Foster Is hero troin M. j 'msu u
'looking after his place. He rep ts th
condition of Mrs. Fost.r as steadll
mnrnv n? 1. . 1.. KUIUIll IS 1 1'
V...1, I..1... e ir .', ' i .4 i. I ii.i.-t
Ol H. low Hi' lilt' piale iwiu" ii iif in
Barnes farm. Mr.-. S W Gnptil ha
..,.. ii-j-i.' in tun iriii.ii iiMittiiiiin
office At tli' I'ViHiKolhtlc NtrM
at tin t vnier. wn1 Mimiim n'Kvnr
Lowls V Smith, has thuro.
The conilltlnii f Mi'H. I'rankltn Cr
nun ur rPlilll I1M Vt'VV IOW 1. JO 110
u titn.tit iMmritViUi .1 is. .liiiiit'K .ii.txi1
U II II U.tUKM l ft f ' ' i till1 ' r
M t.-l... It.... ... t.-
K HfHtr vi tn 4
Jl III I Jlllfll'll " II" t ll Ml
of her jjephow, r. r. rainier. Jr.t won
Will VIM l reiauves ueiory luwuiuim i
M I.'r...! 1 1 T.ri-v nf ttnv.rl v Mums.
are vimtinK in town.
lAHtllCll iH.' 'Mill tl llltIV II n t Mil
on North .Main street Tucwmy nmm
hnrn tn VtwnntM, hut lived tn town
yearn, lie married TnormitKe, am
-in vmii'H nun mini iiiii iiiiiut'. twiviti iitf
IhMijumln Thaxtuit of Cleveland, O. Mr."
Tiiitxion nan oeen nomr mr six weeK
...,!.. .11.1 1.1 V.lllliLI .urn Ml riM'llIlt 1,1.1
tereu mil nuie, inuinK m.iwmmy, aim wa
H O ill ll'iiu III liiiiuij I'uijt in milium l
I III I1II1I 111 Ilin Ul'illll. 1 III lllllt'lill Will lit
Hchool mot Tuesday nlKht after nchoo
und organized with tho following offleerH
President, Hobert hueo, vice-president
Kay Pavls; treasurer, Gladys Qruvlln
(, Continued un putic 15,)