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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS AND TIMES t THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1912.
2
One Cent
a Word
Advertising in this column
one cent a word, each in
sertion. Copy may be
changed every week. Cash
in advanco required. No
advertisement taken which
is less than 12 words, two
lines. Special terms to ad
vertisers using from 250 to
1,000 lines within 12 con
secutive months.
WANTED.
HOUSEKEEPEIl wanted. One in tho
family. Occupation wheelwright. Own
my house and shop. Kor futhor partl
pulars write John nurnham, Ferris
burp, Vt. 33S,Ct&w,H
WANTED Pol table miw mill, lonK Job lot
In FcrrlsburR, want to let from Htump
to stick, mostly pine nml hemlock. M.
E. Hewitt. Nobscot, Ma.s. 12.W.31.
WANTED I'amlly help. Sternly worlt;
Bood ray. Will pay Klrls to learn frame
spinning l per week. Apply at mills.
Queen City Cotton Co., Burllnston, Vt.
12,w,4t.
FOR SALE.
FOrilTBEN-ItOOM HOUSE for sale, In
first-clays shape: hot and cold water up
stairs and down, electric lights, furnaco
heated, tet laundry tubs, large piazza,
easily arranged for two families If nec
essary. Alpo with a small barn and a
fine hencry, large garden. Another house
also situated on this property. Best of
reasons for selling at once. Ward &
Johnson, Middlesex, Vt. 22t,d&wtf
NOTICE.
CALIFORNIA If you contemplato seek
ing a home In California I can offer
you some extremely good bargains In
California farm and fruit lands; also
niburban residence properties. J. W.
Hobson. 1.011 Phelan building, Kan
Francisco. 232,d.tw,2m.
NOTICE how little 11 costs to tell
thousands of readers In many town3
of Vermont whut you have to sell or
what you wish to buy. Advertise in
the Free Press and you will get re
plies to your advertisement.
23,wtf
FOR SALE
Pair of twin Ilnlstoin steers, very even
ly marked, IS months old, broke to the
yoke.
I,. V. IIALDW1N,
New Haven, Vt. llw.-lt.
Dining Room
THE PLAZA CAPE,
XRW BUnLINfJTON BLOCK,
1.SO SI. raul Street, nurllnicton Vermont
Laundry
STANDARD STEAM LAUNDRY
Office Mo Cherry street II. W. Bul
lock, proprietor. Pine Shirt, Collar and
Cuff work. 'Phone 38-11 or send post
ll and driver will call.
Plumbers
PRANK S. LANOU & SON,
fraction! Plumber nml steam Fitter.
no at. Pnnl Street.
Vest North nurllneton Savings Dank,
ARSENE BOUCHER
UNDERTAKER,
ICE North St. Tel. 965,
BURLINGTON. VT.
Calls Answered Oar or Night.
LUMBERMEN, ATTENTION
A LARGE TERRITORY
FOR SALE
FOLLY FARMS consist! of about
i,.ui) acres; anout sun acres of which
la woodland, tho timber being a (rood
urowin or nzsK. M'Ki i JWSMLUUK
OAK, ASH, BIRCH. etc
Thoro Is for Hale a PORTABLE)
.iiii.i. on tno property.
There are five dwelling houses and
out-biilMlncs availnble.
W hlle olght miles from Hratllehoro
i Is a good roa I, practically all
1 I, grade.
The property Is offered for Inspec
tion and bids are solicited; the bids
may ho made In one or moro of three
tvnvs: 1st. for all timber abovo speci
fied size; 2d, for all timber and cord
yood: 3rd. for the entire holdings in-
,iufiing tana ana nuiuiings.
Tho right Is reserved to reject nnv
'.no Hfi iiias.
Bids will bo received until Monday
"ct. 21. 1M2.
For further particulars address
FOLLY FARMS.
st Rraltleboro, Vt
J4W.'t
TEETH EXTRACTED
Absolutely Without Pain.
The onlj office In Ilurllnuton whors
you can get teeth extracted without a
parucie or pain, witnout taking gas.
I'.y method Is used by 10 other person.
Nc pain; no danger; no aftci effects.
nil. i.. ii. iia.i;.,
Office. 231 Iain St.. Turlington. Vt
utxicj uours. iu to d. t lo a.
FARMS
a gooa rarm, two-atory house in
pooj repair, new barn with basement,
ties up 20 head, fields smooth ani frea
from stone. New sugar house, good
sugar works, running water, plenty
wood and timber, two horses, ten cows.
six heart of young stock, all tools.
crops, etc., only 13.600.
REYNOLDS REAL ESTATE CO.,
IUS G-OL.L.KU; Vl'UEET,
llurllujfton, - Vermont.
rarms, Quarries, Tlmberlauds, I.ak
Shors r-operly.
Make New Ruds
from your old carpets. Making rugs
from old carpots is our specialty, and
tho prlco Is low.
STANDARD RUG CO..
200 N. WliiniiKkl Ave. 'Phone 1.1III.M
H.w.tf,
Henl storo service builds enduring store
rrestlBO"lf th,s wstlgc Is earned anew
very day, tho Htoro's ailvertlslng GETS
THE PARTICULARS HOME TO THE
HAPPENINGS IN VERMONT
(Continued from page 1.)
and Mrs. John H. Bums of tho Hotel
Logan, and a student In Holy Cross Col
lege nt Worcester, Mass., lcturncd homo
Monday evening becauso of Illness con
tracted last week, at which time his
mother and sister, Ccnlle, went to Wor-
estcr to visit him and relumed, think
ing that he had practically recovered.
The mountains on the east were covered
with snow Monday morning for tho first
time. Tho rest of'thls part of tho county
had a heavy and continuous rain storm
Sunday.-Mrs. Fred Night and daugh
ter, Sarah, have returned to Rutland
after two weeks In town. Moses W.
Wlimnott of Mlddlcbury and Miss Eliza
beth M. Wclnklo of Plttsford were
married In the chapel of tho Catholic
Church at Fowler nt nine o'clock Tuesday
morning. Repairs being made on tho
Plttsford Catholic Church prevented tho
marriage ceremony from being perform
ed In the edlflee. Mrs. Florence Smith
has returned to Boston after three weeks
here with her father, Col. James M.
Tracy, at the Hotel TOgan. Mrs.
Jcnnlo A. March has returned to
Ludlow. Mrs. Lucy Reed of East Mld
dlcbury has gone to Hydevlllc for a week
with her brother, William Inglcston.
The cattle shipment Monday consisted
of threu carloads. Mrs. John Dyer has
returned from New York. William Ham
mond has returned to New York after
a week In town with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Hammond, of South
Plcnsant street. Monday, market day,
i.'gs'i brought 27 to CO cents and butter 21
to 27c Mrs. John O Council and son
have gone to New York. Tho
mission which has been conducted at
St. Mary's Church by two Paullst
priests from New York city came to a
close Sunday evening. The services have
been largely attended.. Mrs. David Shel
don has returned from Rutland. Charles
Lamordcr has returned from Vergennes,
wheie he has been visiting his daughter.
Mrs. M. E. Jennings has gone to Bur-
llnton. where she will visit for a while
and then
jo to St. Johnshury for the
S. Eostwiek has gonu to Rut-'
winter. A
land. F. 11. Piper has gonu to Ben
nington, where he will spend the week
on business.
The selectmen of the town have received
a bill from tho war department, through
officials at Fort Ethan Allen, for $030 for
Injuries to three mules and the damage
lone to a wagon nnd the loss of rations
when the bridge In tho Seelcy district col
lapsed several weeks ago, precipitating
tho outfit with Trooper Stevens Into the
river. There Is nothing said in the bill
about the Injuries to Trooper Stevens,
who received a broken arm and other in
juries, It was said at the time. Ira L.
Ilamblln nnd E. N. Blsscll have returned
from New York, where they went to
ship a consignment of fancy merino sheep
to Uruguay. James P. Donoway has
gone to Montpeller. Mason Dupaul, whose
wife left him several weeks ago and
from whom he has heard nothing from
since her departure, has taken the three
young children to a home for children at
Burlington. Charles Lamorder was call
ed to Vcrgennes Monday night by tho
serious illness of a young grandchild.
Lake Dunmore lAidgc, No. 11, I. O. O. F.,
will work the third degree on several
candidates this evening. Bralnard H.
Lane has gone to Rochester. Mrs. George
Hammond has returned from Boston,
where she has been for the past few
weeks, and has opened her dressmaking
parlors at the F. W. Beckwlth store.
Frank R. Stone, president of the Vermont
State Fireman's association, has announ
ced Friday. October 11, as the date set
for the meeting of the association in Bur
lington. Thomas F. Wilson, Alexander
Cunningham, Charles Weddrum and II.
H. Jlaller of Fltchbttrg, Mass., skilled
mechanics, arrlveil Mondny night to join
the workmen employed on the new hall
of chemistry at the college In an en
deavor to get the building closed In nnd
ready for the Interior work before winter
weather. Miss A. L. Brooklns has re
turned to Orwell nnd resumed charge of
her school after a visit here with her
parents. Miss Margaret Halpln, who
has been with her parents In Rutland,
has returned. Jacob Lane of Brandon, a
former resident of Mlddlcbury, has re-
turmd after an absence of several years.
Mr. mill .Mrs. James R. Thnmasson of
Erie, Pa., arrived Tuesday to spend a
couple of weeks.
At a meeting of tho Mlddlcbury flro
department Tuesday evening It was
voted to hold tho annual inspection of
the department on Saturday afternoon,
October 12. A full program of the affair
will be published In a few days. The
third degree was conferred on one can
didate at the Lake Dunmore Lodge, No.
11, I. O. O. F., Wednesday evening. G.
F. Flanders has returned from Leicester.
J. S. Roberts has returned from ltut-
lnnd. Mr. nnd Mrs. Pcrsel Chamherlln
have returned from Brandon, where
they were called by the death of a rela
tive. Mrs. William McCoy and daugh
ter have gone to Bridport for" 10 days
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. Miner.
M Dupaul hns returned from Burling
tun. where he went to place his three
oldeht children in a home. Mrs. Mary
Boyl.in, who has spent the past summer
ut the Bread Loaf Inn, has returned.
Henry Kidder, who has been confined
for the past few weeks by illness, has
so far recovered that he Is ablo to be at
his store. Andrew Dillon of New York
Is the guest of his brother, Patrick Dil
lon, and family. Mrs. O. W. Fossett
and son, Frederick, have returned from
Brattlcboro nnd gone to Hancock
where they will spend the next two
woeks, Mrs. Sarah G. Pomeroy of
Worcester, Mass., Is In town this week
making arrangements for a public ad
dress to be delivered here later. Mrs.
Pomtroy goes from here to St. Albans,
where she will speak Friday night. John
H. Burns, landlord of Hotel Logan, aft
er a serious illness of several weeks. Is
now able to he about tho house a part
of the time eveiy day. Among visitors
hero from out of town aro 8. W. Greg
ory of Vcrgennes, W. H. Crowell of
Hynnnls, Mass,, V. V. Blackmer of New
Haven, Frank Delong of Shorcham, W.
F. Grlfflr. of Worcester, Mnss., Austin
(1. Blair of Oswego, N. Y., and J, J.
Mulllorcux of Watcrvllet, N. Y. Archie
La 1 1 rode has returned from Fowler,
ufler vlslllng his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs.
.1. A. I.nBrode. Mr. and Mrs. Aithur
L. Feukes of Brooklyn, N. Y aro In
town for a few days. Mrs. Julia Station
of Sudbury Is here to visit her mother,
who recently returned from visiting her
daughter In Sudbury. Mrs, David Shel
don returned Tuesday from Rutland.
The Allen house, which was partly de
stroyed by firo a few months ago, Is
nearly repalr.il and It Is expected that
it Hill be opened for business again No
vember 1. Miss Eekley Is III at tho
homo of Mr. and Mrs. George Chaffeo
on Washington street
VEROENNES.
The funeral uf Frank Duprey, who died
Thursday evening from tuberculonls, was
held nt St. Peter's Church Saturday
forenoon, tho Rev. L. A. Ver.lnn of
ficiating. The bearers were Bert nnd
Edwaid Tucker, Harry Purcoll and Wal-
Jior Dolgrteault. Interment wu la thoJLblgheet, 9 decrees; lowest, 30 degrees,
Catholic cemetery. Mrs. Amos P. Nccc
ham Is seriously III and a trained nursa
Is caring for her. Mrs, L. A. Shepard of
Fair Haven Is visiting her daughter,
Mrs. Qcorgo Dovoid. The meeting of
tho Vcrgennes Improvement society,
which wns to he. held October 1 with Mrs.
C. T. Warner, has been postponed to
Tuesday afternoon, October 8, at tho
afmo place Rollln Mclntyro has moved
from tho E. C. Scott, Jr., tenement on
Water street to the N. J. McCuen houso
on the west nldo lately vacated by A.
H. Oodotte. Mr. and Mrs. John Dono
van entertained about 60 of their friends
and neighbors with a com roast Thurs
day ovcnlng.-Mrs. Edward Surpriso has
returned front tho Fanny Allen hospital
after a successful operation. Mrs. Ralph
Tyrell It, l!l.
Albert Guilford Webster, n veteran of
the Civil War, died at his home In this
city Saturday evening from tuberculosis,
aged 70 years. Mr. Webster wns a mem
ber of the 2nd New York volunteers and
served two years In tho Civil War. Ho
married Martha Oarrapy of Fcrrlsburg
at Port Henry. N. Y March l'ti, 1878. Mr.
Webster had been a resident of this city
for many years. He Is survived by a
wife, one daughter, Mrs. Daisy Wlsscll of
Mt. Holly, an adopted son, Augustus
Webster, and one brother, Edwnrd Web
ster of Rutland. Tho funeral wns held at
the houso Tuesday morning, tho Rev.
George R. Brush officiating. Tho bear
ds were John Jackmnn, Dustlii Harrows,
Eugene Chllson, Isaac Miller, Louis Law
rence and William Crosby. Interment
was made In Prospect cemetery. Among
those from out of town to nttend tho serv
ices were Mrs. Daisy Wlsscll of Mt. Holly,
Mrs. Henry Jacobs of Burlington, Ed
ward Oarrapy, Minnie Oarrapy, Mr. and
Mrs. James Sears of Fcrrlsburg. Four
hundred people visited the loan exhibit
room nt Ferrlsburg Saturday, many beau
tiful and Interesting heirlooms being
shown. The proceeds are for the Im
provement of the town hall. A son was
born yesterday to Mr, and Mrs. A. Ralll.
Contractor J. M. Alden Is building
a 40 by 100 foot stock and hay barn
w-lth a nine foot basement and cement
floor for R. W. McCuen on his farm In
Bridport. John Rubeor in in charge of
tho work. Mrs. B. T. Field has re-
senteil the Blxby Free Memorial li
brary with a large Begonia plant and
Mrs. C. E. Stebblns nnd Mrs. A. B.
Tnher have each given a Boston fern.
Miss Rose Donaway of Richmond
was a week-end visitor to her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. James Donaway. Miss
Mary McCadden of New York Is visit
ing Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hudson.
William Blrkett has left at the Norton
feed store some stnlks of corn of the
Teaming variety that measure in feet
In bright. The condition of Mrs. A.
P. Needham was slightly Improved
yesterday.
Foster A., son of Mr. and Mi. George
F Young, and Florence Genevieve, only
daughter of Mr. and Mrs, C. F. Fisher,
were married yesterday morning nl St.
Peter's Church, the Rev. L. A. Vezlna
performing the ceremony. George Slack
wns best man and Miss Celena Young,
sister of the groom, was the bridesmaid.
Tho ushers were Thomas II. Hartley and
Dr. W. G. Watt The bride wore adark blue
dress, with white silk hat, and carried a
large bouquet of bride's roses. The brides
maid was dressed In white serge with
black beaver hat and carried pink car
nations. After the ceremony n wedding
bteakfast was served to the Immediate
relatives at the home of the bride's par
ents. The bride received many beautiful
nnd useful gifts consl.-tlug of linen, cut
glass, silver and a purse of gold. Among
those present from out of town were Mrs.
F. E. Whltcomb and mn, G. Fitcr, and
the Misses Nellie and Alice Hays of
Montpeller. After the wedding breakfast
the newly wedded couple b ft ' autumn
bile Inr Rutland, from where tl.ey will
go to Glens Falls, N. Y and vicinity. On
their return here October 0 a reception
will he given them at the home of the
groom's parents. The brld" after leav
ing school was employed in the Central
telephone olllce at Mlddlcbury and after
wards In the central ofllce In this city,
going from here to St. Albans, where
lor the past three years .'lie has been
imployed in tin; central olllce of tho
Franklin County Telephone company.
The griMim Is a graduate of Vcrgennes
high .vehool, W'. and .since the' has been
employed In the drug storn of T. Neville.
Mr. and Mrs. Young will make their home
In this city and Mr. Young will re.-umii
his position In the drug store. Miss Mary
Amblo has gono to Worroter, Mass., to
i-pend the winter with her aunt, Mrs.
Delia llentz. Miss Corlnno Walters of
Richmond Hill, N. Y., who Is convalesc
ing from an operation for appendicitis,
Ip vb-ltlng her mother, Mrs. M.iry Walt
ers. Dr. Daniel Roger of Bolton Is vis
Itlng his brother, Dr. Frank Rogers. The
condition of Mrs. A, P. Needham Is still
serious.
SOUTH STARKSBORO.
Mr. nnd Mrs. William Thompson of
Taunton, Mass., aro visiting relatives
hero nnd In Lincoln. Miss Jesse Footo
of Mlddlcbury, who Is teaching In
Jcrusaleni, was a guest Saturday and
Sunday at Daniel Sargent's. Earl
Slple went Monday to Mlddletown,
Conn., where he has employment.
Chauncey Elliot Is 111.
BRISTOL.
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Shackett aie mov
ing to New Haven. Miss I.enna Bos
worth Is visiting In Fair Haven. Tho
Outlook club held their llrst meeting for
the season of 191M3 Friday afternoon
with the president, Mis Dumas Light
lofreshments were seived. J. S. Flint
and (.'. L. Green of Burlington wero In
town Saturday. The Tbonms brothers
havo several machines In operation at
their plant and will have everything in
oerutlon In a few weeks. Prof. McFar
land of Middlebury College addressed
the Progressive club Wednesday even
ing. Mrs. CI, W. Snellen has returned
from Vm'erblllt where she attended a
district meeting of the W. R. C E. B,
Patteison has returned from a visit of
bovcral weeks In tho western part of
the State. W. S. Glysson is In Burling
ton for a few days,
E. B. I'attcrson returned last Saturday
from a four months' trip In the western
part of this State, New Hanipshlio and
Maine. He will bo a guest of the Bristol
House for a few weeks. Ralph Brown of
Burlington was an over-Sunday guest of
relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. B, W, Esty
and Mr. and Mrs. D, W, Robinson were
at Thompson's Point over Sunday. Miss
Stella Newton, who died In Canon City,
Colo,, recently was a daughter of Ward
B, and Bertha Newton and tho family
formerly resided here. Representative T,
C. Varnoy went to Montpeller Monday,
Ford R. Bingham has been confined to
his bed by Illness the past week, Mrs. I.
W. Hntch of Burlington Is the guest of
relatives here. Mrs. J, H. Ives closed her
summer home here Monday and re
turned to Chicago.
An alarm of flm Muiuluy evening
called out tile Munslll llosn company and
half the people In the vlllagu for u fire
In tho tenement owned by Georgo Scar
borough. A lamp was too pear a lace
curtain, It was extinguished with slight
damage. S. M Goff reports the morning
temperature for September as follows
morning average, 50 degrees; Inst year,
fJ.8 degrees; noon average, 65 degrees: Inst
year, 64.12 degrees; rainfall, 3.5.1 Inches;
Inst year 1.25 Inches; clear days 5; part
clear, 11; cloudy, II; north wind, B days;
south, 10; variable, ; thunder, 4 times;
greatest wind velocity, 35 miles per
hour; highest point reached, M degrees.
-Lincoln farmers report that potatoes
aro rotting owing to the wet season.
George W. Sncdcn, Company C, 8th
Vermont, observed his 73rd birthday yes
terday. Harlan P. Shcrwln, Company
H, 14th Vt,, observes his 75th birthday to
day. Mrs. Mary C. Currier is visiting
relatives in New Hamshlre. She expects
to spend tho winter In Washington, D.
C, with her daughter. Mrs. Nellie Ma
num and Mrs. Amelia Barnard aro nt
tedlng tho Stnte convention of the W. C.
T, U, In Rutland. Mrs. Mnnum will at
tend tho national convention October 19
at Portland, Ore., as a delegate from this
State. Tho npplo crop In this vicinity is
tcported larger nnd of better quality than
last year. Applcmcn aro paying from 25
to 35 cents for barrels. The Young Wom
an's Missionary society of the Methodist
Church will meet with Mrs. E. B. Guln
don Friday afternoon, October 4. It Is
expected that tho young ladles of the
Lincoln church will meet with them. Mr.
and Mrs. John Dillon were In Burlington
Tuesdny. Spencer Wright of Stillwater,
N. Y Is visiting his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. A. E. Wrlght.-D. E. Farr of Al
bany, N. Y., Is visiting his mother, Mrs.
Sophia Farr, nnd other relatives. George
and Fred Elliott of Oxford, Iowa, aro
visiting their uncle, John Elliott, and
I other relatives In Monkton and Lincoln.
Wallace Burrltt of Bennington was In
town the first of the week. Judge and
Mrs. E. A, Hasseltine tiro In Montpeller
for a brief stay.
MONKTON.
Regular services at the Friends' Church
next Sunday; subject, "The Great Ques
tion." The regular quarterly meeting of
Friends will bo held nt Monkton Ridge,
October 11, 12 nnd 13. Temperance rally
Friday, October 11, at el::ht o'clock. Spe
cial music and speaking. The Rev. Albert
Shepard of Glens Falls, N. V., will bo
at all the services. Saturday and Sunday
will be full days and all should bring
basket dinners.
ADDISON.
Mrs. Everett Wlllord left Monday morn
ing for her home In Stamford. Conn. She
h.'ts been for some time the guest of her
brother, S. Ezra Smith, and family. The
chicken tile supper Friday evening was
well attended. Clara Clark returned home
last week from Potsdam, III., with the
jaundice Mr. and Mrs. George Spencer
and family have moved to town having
spent the past few months at their sum
mer home at Basin Harbor. The Ladles'
Aid held their annual meeting at the
festry Wednesday and elected officers
for the ensuing year as follows. Presi
dent, Mrs. C. T. Rocker; vlce-piesldent,
Mrs. Myron Smith and Mrs. St. Clare;
secretary, Mrs. Willis Palmer; treasurer,
Mrs. John Chit. Tin- grange Is to have
a "NelghboiH Night" Friday nnd every
granger Is Invited to be present. New
Haven Grange Is to be the guest.
PANTON.
The noinerinis heavy rains recently
have retarded the cutting of corn and
late grain. In some places the land is
under water, and corn planted mi It will
have to he cut by hand. Miss Elna Mer
rill has gone to West Haven, where she
has employment. Charles Stanton Is at
home from Essex, N. V., and his sis
ter, Mary, from Har.inae Lake. Mrs.
Harriet Stagg Is In Middlebury.- Mrs. Jo
seph Rogers Is with her son, Arthur, at
Albiirg. -Ellen Gaines Is at lueiie from
Westport Inn. where she spent the sum
mer. Mrs. Edward Kurprbe h... rcturn
id from the Fanny Allen hospital at llur-
niigion, wncie .sue I. ml a serious opera
tion. The Ladies' Home Clnle entertain
ed the Helping Hand society of Weit
Addison Wednesday at Mr. E. L.
Stngg's. The Methodist Episcopal socletv
will hold their annual chicken-pie sup
per at the chart h Fiidav evening, October
11. Miss Helen Adams, who has spent
the summer at home here, has returned
to New York city, where she Is to be
privatu sei rotary to Dr. Felix Adler, In
the ethical culture school.
SHOREHAM.
Mi Julia Iliiiiieltnu of Sin ew s'.ii:"y,
Mass., Is the guest uf Mrs. John .limes.
-The funeral of Mr. Rubins o.' Weybrldge
Was belli Kmiihiv :if lermtnn nt tho liimit,
of his cousin, Mrs. A. G. Dudley, at the
hotel.-The annual roll call of the Con
gregational Church was held Saturday in
the billies' louni. The church debts aie
all paid, and a few dollais are In the
treasury. The prudential committee for
the lonilng year Is 1.. II. Tottlngham.
It. H. Holmes, II. II. Burge, Mrs. L. II.
Tottlngham, Mrs. 11. II. Burge, The Rev.
Chailes Wattle of Richmond was in town
the tirst of the week. Edwaid II. Trye,
miinuluglst. was In Academy hall Mon
day evening and gave an excellent enter
tainment, Representative E. II. Moure
went to Montpeller Monday. Dr. Mary
M. Piatt Is entertaining her parents, who
live In Cambridge, Mass. Mrs. James
Moore entertained the Moravian club
very pleasantly Tuesday afternoon. Miss
May E, Manly told the story of "Indian
Basketry." There will ho preaching In
the Congregational Church Sundii.
WHITING.
Herbert Farman of Waterhury
came to atten.l the golden wedding nt
his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Hortou
Jones, In Shorehatu. Mrs. Delia Col
lins returnei Saturday to her homo in
Boston. Tho society of the King's
Daughters have disbanded. They havo
formed another society called tho
Thursday club. The next meeting will
bo wltn Mrs. Will Keoler Tuesday,
October S. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Stlclc
ey was In Mr.idlobury Monday. Tho
annual dinner an.l business meeting
of the Congregational Church will bo
held October 10. Mrs. C. T. Mason
was the guest of her sister, Mrs. Pond
In Brandon this week. Mrs. V. C. Kel
sey, who was S years old October 3,
took a horseback ride as has been her
custom for many years. Tho Thurs
day club will give a Hallow'en socl
ablo and harvest supper at church hall
Friday evening, November 1. A flno
program is being prepare J.
STARKSBORO.
Miss Sumner bus returned to ',ier
homo In Foxboro lifter an extended
visit with her sister, Mrs. Maud WaJe.
Elbert Wyinan has bought Fred
Brown's farm for $3,000, and is to
havo possession Novemhor 1. Mr
Brown expects to move to the villngo
to Itvu with Mrs. Brown's father, Joel
Sayles. Mr. anil Mrs. Frank Hill nnd
Miss Kate Hill went to Burlington
Saturday. Mr. Hill returned home
Monday after Ills daughter had had
a successful opuratiun.- -Mrs. Julletto
Smith of Maiden, Mass., Is visiting her
parents, Mr. anJ Mrs. F. M. lllll. The
C. C. C. will meet this week with Mrs
A, L. while, Mrs. Jnnetu Norton lias
returned from u three weeks' stay with
h"r daughter In lllncsburg. Mrs
Candace llnstwick is visiting her son
In Huston. -Mr. and Mrs. S. L- Harris
jot itoctor. MMuct8 of Ma areata
Mr. and Mrs, Isaac Harris. Work his
been begun on tho State road near Bristol
line.
GRANVILLE.
Representative II. C. Hubbard went to
Montpeller Tuesday. Mrs. Hubbard uc
compnnlcd him but returned Wednesday.
D. N. Rico hns vacated his houso In tho
village nnd moved to his farm, one-half
mile below, Alstlnc Brings has moved
from tho Kennedy house to tho houso
vacated by Rico. M. Walker of Law
rence, Mass., wns In town Monday nnd
Tuesday.
WEYBRIDOE.
Mrs. Miller of Philadelphia Ir a guest
nt tho Methodist pnrBonage. Miss Addln
Pnrklll of Cornwall Is visiting Miss Turn
er nnd Mrs. W. H. Hall.-Mrs. E. C. Ken
von and her datlghtcr-ln-lavy, Mrs. C. E.
Kenyon Isnslsterof Mr. Newton. Wallace
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Newton. Mrs. E. C.
Kenyon Is n sister of Mr. Newton. Wallac
Whitman Is In poor health. Mr. and Mrs.
John Dodge of West Rutland were guests
of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. S. Shaw, Sunday.
Work on tho abutment of tho Chllds
Four bridge Is nearly completed. The
Ladles' society met Wednesday with Mrs.
George Larson. Cusson Robblns died nt
tho homo of his mint, Mrs. De Wolfe,
In Shorcham, Friday morning. Funeral
services were held at Shorcham, Sunday,
conducted by tho Rev. E. W. Hallowcll,
pastor of the Methodist Church of this
place, of which Mr. Robhlns was a mem
ber. Burial was nt Weybrldge cemetery.
He had long been In foclo health and
was the last member of that branch of
the family.
ORWELL.
57rs. N. E. Noah and Mrs. James
Meachem are spending a lew days fci
Enosburg Falls. The Home Department
Woman's board of Mission held a
service Wednesday at 2:3" p. in. In the
ladles' room. Miss (Smrc Allen left Tues
day for Oberlln, O., where she will enter
college. Miss Mahle Grow has gone 'o
Newton, Mass., to enter Mount Ida school
for young Indies. Miss Jennie line Is in
Manchester. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Guy
ette have returned from their wedding
tilp to New York city. Fred Maekcntlro
lost $100 worth of cream In Lake Cham
plain last week In an effort to cross
where a strong wind prevailed. Miss
Maud Mcacham spent her vacation at
home here.
NORTH FERRISBURG.
Edward Fryc, the monologtst nnd tin
day for Oberlln, O., where she will enter
"A Man from Home," at Allen hall
this evening under the auspices of
the Ladles' Aid society. Mr. and Mrs. M.
F. Allen were pleasantly surprised by
friends and neighbors Wednesday evening
to help them celebrate the totb anniver
sary of their marriage. A social evening
was enjjyed, enlivened with music. Re
freshments were served. Mrs. Erma Pal
mer has returned after visiting her
daughter. Mrs. Henry Rowley, in Shcl
burnc Miss Jennie Martin has gone to
Burlington to attend business college
George Sorrell has gone to Chateaugay,
N. Y., to assist In rebuilding the cream
ery plant, recently destroyed by fire.
Carlas Martin and Frank Bellows havo
gone to Boston on a business trip. The
Misses White have returned to their
home In Roxbury, Mass., after spending
the summer at Mount Phlln Inn. At the
fair at Ferrlsburg last Saturday Mrs.
John Rowies and Miss Esther Newell
contributed towards the antique loan ex
hibition. LEICESTER.
Harry Roberts left for Gardner,
Mass., Saturday after spending several
days with his grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. II. II. Roberts. Mrs. Frank Wblt
moro of Brandon Is visiting her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. George Severy.
Mrs. Ernest Stokes and three sons are
visiting In Starksboro. Mrs. Melvln
Ayer Is 111. '
SALISBURY.
Repicsentatlve M. A.
Senator F. C Dyer are
Mrs. George Jeffery
Mirss., Is visiting Mis. F
Thomas and
:it Montpeller.
of Brockton,
U Hamilton.
There will bo a legular meeting of
I Dunmore Grange on Friday evening.
j.MIss Isabelle Gale and Arthur Ken
I worthy were married In New York on
Monday, the 23rd. The Rev. Mr. Hlller
and family have returned from Al-
bil 11
N. V. Mrs. F, J, Sumner Is vlslt-
Ing 111 Brandon for a few days at the
home of her father, W, J. Thomas.
The Ladles' Aid society met Wed
nesday ill the vesiry of the Methodist
Episcopal Church. Mlsx Ceeile Thomas
of Middlebury College was with her
parents over Sunday. District Deputy
C. C. Bump Is visiting Granges In the
dlsttlet. .Mr. and Mrs Herbert Mor
gan aro parents of a daughter, born
September 23.
MONKTON RIDGE.
George and Freil Elliot of Oxford,
Iowa, were guests Sunday of their
cousin, Mrs. Jeanetto Barnum. Mary
E. Miles passed Sunday with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miles. Mrs.
Eugene Cox and daughter, Jessie, at
tended the harvest dinner In Ferrls
burg Saturday. E. G. Cox, who un
derwent a serious operation at tho
Fletcher hospital, is Improving, The
Friends' quarterly meeting will bn
held at Monkton Rldgo October 1J iiuf
l... I in Rev. Mr. Shepard of Glens
Falls, N. Y will be present. The
Willing orkers met Wednesday
at George Scij.un's In Charlotte. Din
ner was served. -Mrs. Gertrude El
liot of Bristol visited in town Sunday.
LINCOLN.
Mr. and Mrs. William P. Thompson of
Tnunton. Mass., are visiting at S. If.
Buell's.-Mr, and Mrs. Walter Atkins
aro the parents of a son horn September
2S.-MI-S. William Nichols Is Improving
slowly. Several from here attended the
funeral of Mis. John Lamb at her lato
home In Bristol, Tuesday.-Mrs. Joseph
Beam has returned from visiting her
sister. Mrs. Steven Phillips. In Hunting,
ton.
BRIDPORT.
Miss Mabel Towner Is tho operator at
central dining the nbsenco of Miss Ger
trude Cobuin.-Tho Homo Department
circle was an unqualllled success. Mr.
and Mrs. Bert Preblo are visiting at
Delancy, N. Y.-The Bov. Mr. Wright
preached at the Congregational Church
Seplomher 20.-Twenl,y-seven men am
employed nt the apple picking of R, L.
lleiuenwny.
RIPTON.
Notice has been lecelvcd that the new
library books furnished by the Stato
havo been shipped, If not delayed they
will be ready for circulation next week.
CALEDONIA COUNTY
HARDWIOK.
Miss Eflle Waldron visited her sister nt
Enosburg Falls Saturuay nnd Sunday.-
ineio win nc a game of tootball Satur-
Jly at Jrosjgot pock, betstana ihe Uard
wick team nnd tho Italian team of Barro.
Mr. and Mrs. II. w. Powers visited In
Irasburg tho first of tho week.-Mr. nnd
Mrs. John Walsh and family visited In
iainncm the first of tho week.
CHITTENDEN COUNTY
WINOOBKI.
Firemen's day parsed off Saturday with
ft bright clear sky, ideal weather for tho
sports and parade. At two o'clock tho
parade formed at the corner of East
Allen and Main streets. A platoon of po
lleo was followed by Sherman's Military
band of Burlington, then the Steamer
company nnd equipment, the Lafayette
Hose company and equipment and officials
of tho village In automobiles. Immediate
ly after the panulo the sports were held
In front of tho Wlnooskl block. Tho coup
ling contest was won by the Lafnyetto
Hose company, time, 7 3-1 seconds. An
exhibition was given of what tho chem
ical engine, recently purchased from Bur
lington, could do. A bontlro wan started in
the street nnd in short order tho lire was
extinguished. This was tho finish of tho
day's sports. Receptions were held In
each of the hoso company's rooms In tho
evening.
Tho wedding of Joseph Henry Luplen
nnd Miss Mnry L'Ecuyer was solemnized
yesterday morning at 7:30 o'clock at St.
Francis Xavler Church. Tho Rev, Fr.
Audet performed tho ceremony and ecle.
brnted the nuptial mnss. Tho groom was
attended by Dr. L. N. Plette, and tho
hrldo by her brother, Oliver L'Ecuyer.
The couple left on the morning train for
SI. Johns and Montreal on their wedding
trip. They arc to reside In Montreal.
ESSEX JUNCTION.
G. H. Down and Miss Julia O. Lang
were united In marriage Thursday even
ing nt the Methodist parsonage by tho
Rev. Dr. G. 11. Slsson. The groom Is a
member of Troop D, 10th cavalry, Fort
Ethan Allen,
The marriage of Miss Sarah J. Scrlb-
ner nnd Charles McKernan of Burlington
took place at the Methodist parsonage
Saturday evening. Tho Rev. Dr. G. H,
Slsson performed tho ceremony. They
will reside at 89 Cherry stieet, Burling
ton. Mr. and Mrs. II. S. Woods and daugh
ter. Miss Hazel, left Monday for their
new home In Monrovia, Cal. J. H. Doug
las accompanied them and will spend
the winter with his brother In Los
Angelci.
Mrs. J. Wnlkcr and two children of
Gov.me, Sask., who have been visiting
Mr and Mrs. K. M. Whltcomb, have
returned to their home.
Mrs. E. H. Mann, who has hetn spend
ing two years In California, Is visiting
Mrs. W. c. Stevens on her way to Ks
sex, N. V.. to visit' her daughter. Mrs.
Mann was formerly of Jericho, where
she was superintendent of schools for
several years.
Henry Barney of Burlington, In some
manner which no one seemed to exactly
know, lost his left arm. which was cut
off above the elbow and was otherwise
Injured by a train In tho railroad yard
near the Essex Publishing Houso be
tween six and seven o'clock lst even
ing. Peter Burnell was walking beside
the track when he heard some one moan
ing. He Investigated and found the man
1. esiile the track In adazed condition. Help
was .summoned and he was taken to the
Junction Pharmacy and then was hurried
to the Fanny Allen hospital. Ills head
was badly bruised and m ' ills feet was
also Injured. Ills brother wii. hero with
him but apparently did not know now
the accident happened. Some one said he
was trying to jump on a freight train
and fell.
UNDERHILL.
Cards' are out announcing the marriage
of Archie T. Kirhy and Miss Mae C. Blar
l;ey September 25. Mr. and Mrs. Klrby
have gone on a short wedding trip, after
which Mr. Klrby will resume his duties
at Mr. Fowler's store. A son wa.s born
to Mr. and r.Ms. Oscar Haylett Sept.
2. ",. A dauchter was born Thursday to
Mr. and Mrs. Wllmcr Grenmre. Archie
Klrby has purchased of Mrs. Ruth Sin
clair the Newell Clark place, where he
will leside.
SHELBURNE.
Mr. and Mrs. Oilman and two chil
dren of Lowell, Mass., are visiting Mi'3.
Oilman's sister, Mrs. George Parker,
In East Shelbiirne. Miss Alfredda
Stoddarl went to Montpeller Monday,
where she has a position In tho secre
tary of state's office during the ses
sion of Legislature. The Ladles' Im
provement society and the Ever-Re.idv
circle of the King's Daughters will
hold an all-day sewing meeting to
day In the Methodist Church parlors.--Lunch
will bo served at noon. Miss
Elizabeth Thorp has Just completed .i
short post-graduate course at the Bur
lington Business College. Mr. and
Mrs. J. Lapolnt aro tho parents of a
daughter, born September 23.
WILLISTON.
Frida afternoon those Interested In
the wu'k of the Bible schools of the towns
of Richmond and Willtston will meet at
the Methodist Church nt Wllllston at 2:30.
Tin re will be an afternoon session only.
The Rev. J. S. Braker of Burlington will
speak on "Getting the most out of the
Bible school." As one of the county offi
cers, lr Braker Is Interested to meet as
many of the workers as possible and his
message will be well worth hearing. Other
tiMtteis of Importance will come up for
discussion. Tho organization of tho dis
trict I11 he perfected and the announce
ment of the coming State conference
given. Miss Hatch, the State field secre
tary, will speak on tho value of organiza
tion to the Individual school.
Pupils of the Wllllston grammar
school who li.nl the record of perfect at
tendance during September were; Har
old Bryant. Arnold lirrow, Vera Lnr
row, Sidney Iirrow, Florence Sllles,
Catheilne McMahon, Robert Noble,
Royal Potter, Arthur Rymlll, Rose Ry.
mill and John Whltton. Pupils without
any marks slnco becoming members of
the school are: Josephine Bombard,
Viola Flynn and Ireno Woodruff. Total
school membership Is 20, Pupils of tti.
primary school who had tho record of
perfect attendance dining September
were: Julia McMahon, Elsie Potter,
Adah Putter, Annie Senna, Thomas
Woodruff, William Woodruff, AVIrt
Woodruff and Virgil Woodruff. Total
school membership Is 20.
WEST BOLTON.
The mountains and hill were white
with snow Monday morning. Mrs. M. J.
Pease of Jonesvllle was In town over
Sunday. The Dime social met with Mrs.
,1. Walton Wednesday. The Society of
Willing Workers met Thursday with
Mrs. Richard Bacon.
EAST CHARLOTTE.
Tho death of KranclH Jacolw occurred nt
UtH homo S'ptPmlHr V3 nfter a Ion ilt
nes with I'onsumptlon, nuod 77 years. Mr,
Jncohs wan horn In Ounnrta, but tho mont
of hl life wan panped In Chnrlotte,
wheie lie wns much respected, Ho mm
- JLrlsd Z Lj?rs May. 12, 0863,. and UK MajJUgidjw. daughter, Miss Constaaca.
" " " '-I'JiUH.
leaves a wife nnd nevcn children.
fnrMol tirs U.AA . i
" - ...... "" J JHWI I1II1
tnA fViMrth nP fin T .Mil if t0 tt t-t- .
rnrr)rlnl0 A rnritin ttinan fi-ntM imt a
lo nttend tho funeral wero Frede
Jacobs of Granville, N, Y Mr. and
Eugene Bacon. Mr. and Mrs. Ge
Bacon, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mulr,
nnd Mrs. Francis Jacobs, Mr. and
Henry Jacobs, Mr. and Mrs. Edw
Tn-.U. at- . 1.1.11
Clafacp l-iprlso 'nnd David Mulr, all
llHlln..tnH . . .. . . I -.
etto of Shclburno and M nnd
Frank Lavlgno of Hlneshurir Mlsn
llan Desautels, daughter of Mr. and
as Snyder, also of Charlotte, wero
rlcd Monday morning at tho Church
, , a 4 17 illU A.
Il'fitliftt. A Ml. II
r?nnnA I,,,- i
,viuiMiu ti uiii tiijn a It
where he was called hy tho serious
ness of his mother, Mrs. Erastus
roo. Mlctt. ti, .
rrom spending n week nt her cotlace
Thompson's Point. Mrs. Richard Nott
Jiuriintrtoti wnu m. - l. , , ,1
IIP. Dtiil Mrd rirll.. r . . .
- in, i. i-itiieiifti. .inr, r
hnvn refit . 4 ..
Uark, and famlly.-Mrs. Vienna Re
Who hnu th.. - . ..
..- .,,, wlu OI ,)er reian
in ChrirlriHo hri., .,. .....1
Air. nnd Mm r.i-t. t
to Claremont, N. II., nfter a two wee
visit In this viclnlty.-Mrs. Eugene Bai
01 inirungton Is 111 of heart trnnhtn nt
nomo of her mother. Mrs. Frnl .t
ons.-.irs. Jane Stebblns has gone
.ouoipeuir nun wnlcott to visit frier
for iL Week nr mn.A Alw.n. r .1, 1..
i.iii. t.i.i
force of men In n,,ttl,. i ......
r"""is mi it urw 1
bridge over Potash brook in tho no
part of the town to replace the
wooden structurs that has been In use
17 years and become un.ife Willi
Desh.lW. W'hn hn Loom 111 . ...
is recovering.
CHARLOTTE.
business meeting at the home of M
William l'oote Wednosdav .ifternnm.
Merrltt Look of Rutland spent Sund
with tils parents, Mr. and Mrs. G.
York city, has been at R. II Smith's. A
and Mrs. Patrick Rice are the parents
i son. Miss Phoebe Horsford has
lll.mxl nn- T.,. ..lt, - c. 1
te observed as rally day The Rev.
Tlnrrr.n ,..111 1.1- ,
.1 .i .i..i.i.-r3 1 1 . 1 Jii:fl
the dlnlomns. Mr. and Mrs Trnm.m r
pentcr arc the parents of a son.
ESSEX CENTER.
Mrs. E. J. McKenzle was called
Randolph reccntlv bv the llln essi ,if ll
mother, -Mrs. Durkee. The Ladles' A
served a chicken pie suimer at t
Methodist Episcopal Church Wwlnn
d.'iv ecntilntr from -. nn n C .nft ...
i.cti.j vin v 111 ii.. unserved stimuli
rll.. .1.,.. ...lit ... . ..... .
Oct. 6, at the Methodist Eplscop
Church at the Sunday school hour.
JERICHO.
rn tl... jit-ntitn. of t! ,..,,..., 1 f i
Miss May V. HnUoy and Archie T. Kl
by, both of Jericho, wure united in m;i
riagf. The ccrtrnony was performed t
the Hev. A. H. PtUros.
fl - - A 1 t . .
... ....v. ..a. . . wviuinwil, JIU Hit
ocriinieu uieir iioupg ncre niinnc t
summer, returned Monday to JUirUnKt'
to bpend the winter. Mrs. Bentley, l
far tVir-rt.i trn, .u line -niii n.l U
home in Grand Isle Mi.3 Iris Blodsc
Mrs. William Almmir .iro in Hiirlinrrtf
for a fow days, Mrs. M. L. Va.hburn
California Is thn irnot nf hnr sLstnr. Mi
ut'i ii. uti , ,uiiii;a x. . iwauiy is uiil
tl Mill.- LJUil. ,i is.- i.Ul $ VH1I.TU v HU II'
Mrs. I. F. "W'ilhur expect to leave In
the winter with their two .ons. A
tertalncd Mrs. M. I. Washhurn of Cal
dawMrs. .1. IV Hunter Ik In Ttn
lf.w.n.. H, I.. .. Iwiolnr. h.lln
iiiihtuu iiu.t 1 1 "( mating ill l 1 1 u u.-
which she recently purchased, made read
ior occupancy, i ney arc xo resiaa m t
Mi,,. 11,.... n,.nn 1 , S
I"M'A JUUt L1U1I UVUI OUIIHU . I , Vl, ,1
inu u, 14, nuuii inl'iii in xrimui fciitiiiiuit
In the estate of Morton 11 Vhltne - M :
Klsle Joy of BurllriKton spent Sunday wit
her parent.-, Mr. and Mri A Ii Jo
Tho Hev. J. T. Huzzell was in Winds-
over Sunday, wherf he preached it th
I?tmHt.t CMiurMi l va Tl 17 T?cn.l rMiirr
cd Monday evening from a work ls
wui ner uuuKmcr, .Mrs, m. ii. ii'uii
in Boston.
WEST MILTON.
AHM. .1 t 111 II .tiVtTH III III MM lilt- 111!
u i.. .i... i ,.t v. -,..1. rl..TC-
mr-i wiwiniK in ill" iu it.iii,l'i vif.
lev Smith Is ill. M. AV Smith Is recu
rick has sold his farm to Mr llenedl
of Hin-iiiicton Tho West Milton I'reaui
fipr linu nei.ti fontnrl to I lie llOMIlll Jf M1
I r,i'i ..in.,. KnninntlV linil Will MHII1 IJ
opened for business.
HUNTINGTON CENTER.
min t ii.iiiii'
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Illflll II I r. Ui'iuit'i - i''1'"1 "
. At a1I., T..
it i nn n.'ii i ....... - ,
were cucsts nt V. It. Sargent's over Sun
1 1 . 1 . .lir .nt'. .tn. ..
..t . . -.1 ... tf I' Ti.. .......... t.
I 1 1 l 1 1 " Wr-IUM " .......
tla ami miumv uenry iius-tii
moved to tli vIUaRO. M. K. Hrewhtf
IIMS UK r tn i"Mini' l' "hi
.... t.t.. ... -.)..-. m k .. . . ll..
ster viited in BurMnuton the first
went to Burllimtou Wednesday . aecom
panled l Air. jmd Mrn. Julius Klmhall
of (ih n Palls, N. V., n ho ' havo boon
vhdtlng here for several weeks.
JERICHO CENTER.
Mrs. OeoiKe M. AVIllaril anil Mrs.
Kraest II. Smith have returned from
a week In New York city an.l Itrook.
Irn ltoliert Hull Is 111 with measl-M
nnd the south district school, whe-n
he Is a pupil, is closed. Mrs. Adn 1'
Harber ani Mrs, E. Scrlbner enter
tained SS ladles Wolnesday afternoon
Mr. and Mrs. Allen are parents, of a
son, burn atunlny. Mrs. Allen va
Miss Minnie Kuller. Miss Mary Scrlb-
ner Is away ior a woeu s visit with a
collene fileiul. Mrs. Jennie V. Hart,
Mrs. Lynn I. Moulton and Mlss'
Anna Warner nn.l Mny Eldi'ldga at
tended the fun lay school tnstituto ol
foiiKresatlonal Churches at tho ToL
ln.i lllrnnt rfilll'i'ti 1,i 11, it'll,,. ......
Tuesday Mr alll Mrs Eucene I!,
innv (in in i th i f n r 11 pi r ur 1 ri n nt mi ,iu

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