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.THE nURLTNGTON FREE PRES3 AND TBTES: TfflTRSDAY, OCTOBETt 10, 1012.
One Cent
a Word
Advertising in this column
one cent a word, each in
sertion. Copy may ho
changed every week. Cash
in advance 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.
HAPPENING
S
vr ANTED.
A PRAC'TH ARMKR wanted with
a thousand us or moro cnpltal, to
buy or roil back farm with good
buildings, running wntcr at houso urn!
barnj. lota of wood, timber and sugar
hush. Thlg fnnn can bo mado to pay
for itself In from three to flvo years If
properly managed. Apply to W. ' .
Va.Tr, Montpeller 'House, Montpeller,
vt 2tl.Ct&w,lt
(WANTED Family help. Steady work;
good pay. Will pay girls to learn framo
spinning Jl per week. Apply at mills.
Queen City Cotton Co., Burlington, Vt.
12,w,4t.
FOR SALE.
SAVE JIONEY by buying farms of N.
J. Pn'win, So. lloyalton, Vt.
lUt.Ct&w.lt
FOURTEKN-ROOSI HOUSE for sale, In
flrst-cla.ss shape: hot and cold water up
stairs and down, electric lights, furnace
heated, set laundry tubs, large piazza,
easily arranged for two families if nec
essary. Also with a small barn and a
fine henery, large garden. Another house
also situated on this property. 'Best of
nuntii for selling nt once. Ward &
Johnson, Middlesex, Vt. I24,d&wtf
PAIR OF TWIN IIOLSTE1N 9TKKRS
for sale, very evenly marked, IS months
old, broke to tho yoke. L. W. Baldwin,
New Haven, Vt. llw.U
NOTICE.
IN VERMONT
Local Items of Interest Prom All
Parts of the Green Moun
tain State.
hill, Mans., Monday nftcr a visit nf thrco ltavo moved he.ro from Now Ilavon.--nionlhs
hero with her mother, Mrs. Ilrld- Cd ward Murray nnd family have
get Slot high, who hutt been suffering moved Into tho O'Nolt tenement on
from rheumatism and nn Injured knee.
Tho cattle shipment Monday consisted
of two carloads. Monday, market day,
eggs brought 32 to 33 cents and butter,
27 to S3. Mr. nnd Mrs. Alma Novak of
Manchester are In town. William Due
kett has gone to tho Pittisburg snna-
South street. .Inhn tlushov. Jr., of Al
burg Is visiting his parents, Mr. nnd
Mrs. John Hushoy.-SUss Helen Wal
ler has returned from tho W. C. T. TT.
convention at Itutlnn.l. Mr. nnd Mrs.
H. n. Olrutton visited Mr. nnd Mrs. H.
N. Tatro In Salisbury Thursday and
THE NEWS BY COUNTIES
Prom the Island In the Lake to
the Passumpsic, Along Otter
Creek and by the Shores
of .White River.
ADDISON COUNTY
torium for trcntment. Mr. and Mrs. Friday. p. K. Gaines. W. F. Fergu
Hoynl Sturtevant havo gone to Connoc- son nnd C. I,. Green of Burlington
ticut. Mrs. Fay Warren and children wore In town Saturday. Mrs. Nellie
have gone to Northampton, Mass.-Mrs. Munum Is visiting in rMnssnehusotts.
C. It. Keller of New York has accepted Judgo and Mrs. K. A. Hnsseltlne are
a position as heart trimmer nt Mrs. . nt homo after n few dsvs In Mont
is Brough's millinery store.-A. W. pellor. Tho Judgo attended tho meet
Carey, who has been ill for 10 days, In In of the nrnhnto tuliren.
slowly recovering. Tno remnin. f Iwoll Delong wore
The funeral of Miss Mary Kcklcy, hronebt h.rn fr...., Lincoln Hundnv and
who died Saturday evening at tho homo interred in Greenwood cemetcry.-The
of Mr. and Mrs. George H. Chaffco on outlook club will meet October 11 with
Washington street as a result oCUiIss N'orton ,., hns been born to
n shock of paralysis nbout thrco Mr. nli tP t n n,,. Mr. Dennis
weeks ngo, was hold nt the Chaf- Khiveretto has a sunflower In her garden
fee homo at 10:30 o'clock Tuesday fore- u rcct hlBh, on which are 100 blossoms.
noon and was largely attended. Tho Rev. I'resldent W. A. Lawrcnco of the Green-
A. A. Lancaster of the Congrogntlonnl woo,l Cemotcry association has done a
Church conducted fho sen-ices and tho inrK0 amount of work this season and
remains wero tnken to I'tttsford. Miss ti,e cemetery never looked better than nt
I'.ouieys former borne, for burial in tho tho present tlmo.-C. II. Bain of Middle-
family lot. The Middlebury College bury was an over-Sunday guest at Con-
band, accompanied by a largo proces
sion of college students, went to tho
railroad station Tuvday afternoon to
sec nnd pay their respects to President
Tnft and his party. They failed to see
tho President, however, as ho was at
that tlmo 75 or 100 miles away In
other part of tho State nnd hnd
rad Brown's. James Hayes of Middle
bury was an over-Sunday visitor at
Vnlley Vamoy's. lteprcsentatlvo T. C.
Varncy was at homo from Montpeller
over Sunday. Mr. and .Mrs. 1.. C Haln
and Mrs. K. J. Bristol nnd daughter mo
an- tored to Weybrldgo Sunday to visit Mrs.
not J. s. Moody. Mr. and Mrs. A. L.
CALIFORNIA If you contemplnto seek
lng a home In California I can offer
you some extremely good bargains In
California farm and fruit lands; also
suburban resldonce properties. J. W.
Hobson, 1.011 Phelan building, San
Francisco. S32,d&w,Im.
THEATER DROP CURTAINS and hall
scenery painted. Old scenes repaired
and stages In halls fitted up promptly
anywhere In the State. Frescoing for
church and society halls. Information
designs or plans furnished. Write your
wants. Address Charles II. Andrus,
Artist, Knoshtirg Falls, Vt. ISw.lt
NOTICE how little It costs to tell
thousands of readers In many townn
of Vermont what you have to sell ot
what you wish to buy. Advertise In
the Free Press and you will get re
plies to your advertisement.
23.wtf
Dining 'Room
THE PLAZA CAPE,
NHW IiriM.IXGTON ni.OOK,
iril St. Paul Street, llurllneton Vermont
Laundry
STANDARD STEAM LAUNDRY
Offl e 1 ir, Cherry street. II. W. Bul
lock, p oprlcto- Fine Shirt, Collar and
Cuff Work. 'Phone JS-ll or send post,
pi und driver will call.
Flumbers
FRANK S. LANOU Ss SON,
I'rtullcnl Plumber mid Steam Fitter.
no St. I-nul Street.
N'cvt North Burlington Saving Hank.
IENE BOUCHER
UNDERTAKER,
If 8 North St. Tel. 965,
BURLINGTON, VT.
Call Answered Day or Nlsbt,
LUMBERMEN, ATTENTION
A LARGE TERRITORY
FOR SALE
KOU.V FARMS consist! of about
1,200 acres; nbout S00 acres of which
Is woodland, the timber being a good
growth of PINK. SPRUCE, HEMLOCK,
OAK. ASH. BIRCH, etc.
There Is for sale a PORTABLE
MILL on the property.
There are five dwelling houses and
out-biilldincs available.
Whllo eight miles from Brattleboro
thero Is a good roan, practically all
town irrado.
ih orrcred ror lnsnec-
re solicited: the bids
one or moro of three
.11 timber above speel
r all timber and cord
tho entlro holdings In
ula buildings
Tho propn-'.
lion and bl
iiay be mm
jvavs: 1st, t
(led size; 2d,
A'onu, .,ru, i 1
Miming mini
Tho right la reserved to reject nnv
nd all bids
Rids will be received until Monday,
.ICt. -I.
For further particulars address
FOLLY FA R.MS.
West Brattleboro. Vt.
HWSt
Make New Rugs
:rom your nin carpets. Planing rugs
!rom old carpels is our specialty, and
llio price Is low,
STANDARD RUG CO.,
!fl() IN. WIiiiiokUI v. 'I'lmne l'HII-11,
n.w.tr.
FARMS
A tooc rami, two-story houao In
pool repair, new barn with basement.
ties up 20 head, fields smooth ani free
from stone. Now sugar house, good
ugar works, running water, plenty
wood and timber, two horses, ten cows,
six head of young stock, all tool
rops, etc, only .1,C00,
REYNOLDS REAL ESTATE CO.,
met iullii'. s'Miuu'r,
UurlluKtun, - Vermout.
Parma, (tunrrles, Tlmberlnutla, l.nM
Staor '"-operfy.
TEETH EXTRACTED
AhHiilutf l.v Wllliiiut I'liln.
Tho only olTIco In Uuilliigtuii whore
you can get tooth exti acted without a
partlcje or pain, wiiiiout iniung gas,
My moihoil Is used iiy no ether pornon
No pnlu. no danger; no nftor effects,
int. i,. ii. n.y.n.
Office. 231 Main Kl , Burllligt Jm, Vt
Offico Hours. 10 to 3, 7 to 8.
VERGENNES.
R. II. Holcomb has completed drilling
an artesian well for F. M. Strong on his
farm, occupied by Wlllard Hill, that Is per
haps tho deepest farm well In tho State.
Tho well Is 720 feet deop nnd the water
comes up to within 20 feet of tho top.
A depth of C77 feet was drilled before
striking water. .Mrs. A. P. Needham,
who has been critically 111, Is now con
sidered out of dancer. Ilcnry Austin and
Miss Jennie Buckly were married Fri
day afternoon at St. Peter's Church
parsonage, the Itev. L. A. Vcxln per
forming the ceremony. Joseph Austin was
best man and Miss Kmma Lavalley acted
as bridesmaid. Mrs. R. M. Hayes and
sou, Mattland, of Grand Island, Neb., are
visiting her son, Frank. Fortlcr. This Is
Mrs. Hnyes's llrst visit to this city In 26
years. C. T. 9. Plerco slipped nnd fell
on the steps at the postofllco Friday
afternoon, fracturing several ribs and
sustaining some severe bruises.
Mr. and Mrs. 13. L. Devoid ecle
brated the 30th anniversary of their mar
rlage Saturday evening. About SO of their
relatives and friends were present, a
number of them being from the towns of
lAddlson, Ferrlsburg, Wllllston, Shel
burno nnd Bristol. Mr. and Mrs. Devoid
were given many beautiful and useful
gifts. Miss IVInona Ball has returned to
Ferrlsburg nftcr two weeks' visit to the
Misses Tryon at Basin Harbor. Mr. nnd
Mrs. Walter Mlddlehrook of Northlleld
visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. t'
Mlddlehrook, Sunday.
At a special vestry meeting Monday
evening at St. Paul's Church to elect dele
gates to attend the special diocesan con
ventlon ot Burlington November 13, to
elect a coadjutor bishop, Charles E. Par
lor, Nicholas J. McCupn and John A
Harrington were elected delegates and
Frank A. Ross. Timothy Neville and
Robert A. McCuen were elected niter
nates. M. L. Barton went Monday night
to Boston to attend tho electric show
now being held In that city. The Rev,
(. F. Harvey Joined the excursion to
Boston Monday night. Attorney and
Mrs. George W. Stone have gone on a
carriage drive to Montpeller. Tho school
In Mls.s Ada Crosby's room has been
c'osed on account of scarlet fever. Mrs.
B. T. Field Is visiting her daughter, Mrs.
Hugh Philips, of Montpeller. The Mis
sionary society of Ferrlsburg will meet
Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. William
Peeue. Miss Lawson, Held secretary, is
expected to be piesent. Mr. and Mrs. G.
F. O. Kimball went yesterday to Newton
Center to visit Dr. nnd Mrs. J. B. Pow-
(is. Ilavld S. Roberts leaves to-day for
Malone, N. V, where he has a position
us manager r t ho Sliellleld Farnw milk
riant. Mrs. Roberts will Join him next
week.
MIDDLEBURY,
f'ontractois expect to tlnls-h work on
the under pass nt tho depot this month
if the weather continues favorable. Work
im begun Monday to t-tralgbtcn out the
llffleullles of travel on Kim nnd Seymour
treets. It Is expected that theso roads
will be 'n good working condition by
tin- middle nl the week. Hal ley Cook of
Whiting willed from Montreal Monday for
'apetown, South Africa, In charge of a
cargo of merino sheep for J. A. Wright
of Middlebury. Mr. Cook has previously
made several trips to South Africa as
well as to South America and Australia.
Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Duncan were up to
Montreal last week to sen Mr. Cook be
fore his departure. Mrs. Cook, who Is a
sister of Mr. Duncan, accompanied her
husband on the voyage. Mrs. Laura
Wells returned to Milton Monday after
a three months' visit here to her niece,
Mrs. Charles A. Pratt. Mrs. Glenna May-
wood Is In Fowler visiting her sister,
Mrs. L. F. Cashmer. Miss Minnie
Hell, who has been In town for
t,he past week, coming hero with the re
mains of her mother, Mrs. Lewis C. Bell,
who died In South Boston 10 days ago,
lcturned to her homo lu that city Monday.
Miss Mary Ann Mills, who had been In
111 health for sorno time at her homo on
South Main streot, died late Friday even
ing at the age of IS years. She Is .survived
by a few cousins. MJss Mills was a life
long resident In town. Tho funeral
was held from bur latu home
on South Main street Monday
afternoon and was largely attended. Dr.
D. II. Corkran of the Methodist Church
ofllclnted and tho burial was In the family
lot In the.Munger streetcemetery. George
Wilson, who has spent the past few weeks
In different parts of the 'State, has re
turned, George M. Wright has guno to
Shoreham and will return tho first of the
week with his family. They will occupy
the 1iwrenco houso on Main street.
Miss Mary Kcklcy, who made her homo
with Mr. and Mrs. George Chaffco for
the past seven years, died Saturday after
noon at tho ago ot 72 years. The cause
of death was the effects of a shock of
paralysis three weeks ago from which she
never recovered. She Is survived by u
brother, William Kcklcy of New York city.
At this writing tho funeral nirangemnnts
had not been made. P, F, Chapman Is
making Improvements on his two houses
at the corner of Court and Washington
MreetH, David Lafayette and son-in-law
have returned from a several weeks' stay
lu Canada. The corn show to be given
in tho V. M, C, A, looms on Seymour
Micct under the auspices of tho Addison
County V. M. C. A. eommittco lu co
operation with the several superinten
dents promises to give an impetus to corn
growing all over the county. It will bo
held November 1 nnd 2. Thero are be
tween 75 and 100 boys In tho contest al
n ady and It Is hoped thero will bo as
many men by the committee ChnrleH A.
Zcnkei't of New York, city editor of tho
Llvo Issue, will deliver ti free lecluro on
"Socialism, a Moral and Civic Menace"
on Saturday evening. Tho lecture will be
under the auspices of the K, of C Miss
Katherlnn Mcllugh re turned to Haver-
been within SO miles of Middlebury. Grow returned Saturday night from
Erich BcrCrlin has moved hero from Proctor. Mrs. A. J. Kastman Is visiting
Proelo"- nnd taken a position with the Mr. and Mrs. Qi K. Grover in Essex
local branch ot tho Vermont Marble Ijunctlim
company. A. B. Gnmhler of Wake- Mrs. . T. Frary and son, Iiwrcnce,
man, Ohio, and Ilarloy Cooke of
Whiting on Thursday mado a ship
ment of Spanish merino sheep of
about 00 head from Montreal for South
Africa. Several mules, and a large num
ber of head of cattle were also taken
In the shipment. Mr. Cooke, accompanied
the shipment and Mrs. Cooke, who Is In
HI health, find their daughter, Barbara,
also went on the journey. The V. M. C.
. and Boy Scouts will hold a corn
roast this evening nt seven o'clock back
of the marble mill on the bank of tho
are at home from a visit of several days
in Burlington. Bort 1 f. Hill, director In
the American school In Athens, Greece,
Is passing has vacation hero with his
grandmother, Mrs. Cnllsta Hodges, and
his brother, I'. it. Hill. Mrs. Augusta
Clark Is spending a week In
Randolph.-The Rev. K. M. Ilol-
man and Mrs. .Mary Rider are
attending the Christian Endeavor
State convention at Morrlsvlllc this
week, D. B. Parinleo was a Burlington
visitor Monday. Miss Llllle Brlttell Is
creek. The members of ench organization visiting In Waterbury. Mrs. Jennie Dlclt
have the prlvllego of Invttlng one friend, crnian has returned to Meredith. N. H.
Each Is expected to bring corn for tho F. (I. Levnm has purchased a saw mill
roast. Prof. F. W. Cady will give a
cnmpflre talk. K. It. Thomas while
coming down the hill on Merchants Row
Tuesday was run Into bv an nutomo.
bile. The machine ran against a plank
In the rear of his carriage. The plank
penetrated the radiator of the marhlno
and Mr. Thomas lost the dashboard of
his carriage. Mrs. B. Fields has return
ed from the Mary Fletcher hospital at
Burlington, where Mio recently under
went an operation. The entire stock of
cnttle and farm Implements of Mrs.
Katherlne Hheay of Weybrldge, who re
cently sold her farm, was sold at mic
tion Tuesday nnd brought fairly good
prices. The members of St. Mary's par
ish will hold a fair in the town hall
beginning on the evening of October 22.
In Starksboro. Mrs. E. L. Shcrwln, Mrs.
K. A. Hnsseltlno mid Mrs. F. G. Levnm
visited Mr. and Mrs, Cullen O'Brien In
South Bristol Tuesday.
J. B. Page and E. B. Palmer were In
Rutland Monday. Pensioners are receiv
ing their checks this week without vouch
ers under the act of August 17, 1912.-
Hcnry T. Peck, who has been seriously
Hi for several weeks, Is able to be out of
doors. Miss Mary Turner, who has been
working for Mrs. J. G. Page, has return
id to Lincoln and Mrs. Horace Sliattuck
of Lincoln has taken her place. B. W.
Esty and A. W. Gove were at Thomp
son's Point Tuesday on business. Mrs.
Harriet Frank of Salisbury has been the
guest of Mrs. Klla Dana and Mrs. Sarah
Atwood this week. Mr. and Mrs. H. S.
hospltnl treatment. Mrs. Nellie Martin
has taken an apartment In Burlington for
the winter; the Misses Eleanor and Dor
othy Folson will spend tho winter with
her and attend school. Tho remains or
llotlls Tuttlo were brought hero Monday
morning and Interred In tho village cem
etery. Tho entertainment Klvon by Ed
ward Fryo Thursday evening was well
attended and much enjoyed by all. The
receipts were about HI.
LEICESTER.
Hiram Moors Is seriously 111. Miss Bes
sie Miller of Rlpton Is visiting at Austin
Johnson's. Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Law
renco of Brandon spent Sunday nt Maud
Nash's. Miss Exle Moore and Miss Dur
phy of Fowler wero guests at H. N,
Morse's Saturday and Sunday,
RIPTON.
Joseph Murray has sold his farm to
Henry D. Murray and will movo Into
his new house. In the flollow. Mrs. C.
P. Boynton has returned from tho hos
pital nt Burlington. Mrs. Jennie Boyri'
ton nnd Sylvanus Bean wero united In
marriage Saturday evening at tho home
of tho bride's niece, Mrs. Iyonlso Dragon.
Tho ceremony wa.i performed by the
Rev. Charles S. Coulton In tho presonco
of an Invited company of friends and
relatives.
SHOREHAM.
Tho Rov. John Cowan of Lynn, N. II,,
occupied the pulpit of tho Congregational
Church Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. G.
Iirrnbeo are taking a carrlago drive, go
ing to tho eastern part of tho State and
Now Hampshire. Miss Nelllo Sullivan
and Frank Fredette were married In St,
Gcnovlevo's Church by the Rev. Father
Archambeault Monday morning. They
were attended by Miss Mny O'Brien of
Tlcondcroga and ICugene Leonard of this
place. News was received Monday even
lng of tho death of our townsman, Sam
pel I. Northrup, who was visiting his
nephew, Dr. Herbert N. Squires, of
t'tlca, N. Y. Tho remains were brought
hero Wednesday.
LINCOLN.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter Russell of More
town are visiting at G. A. Thayer's. The
funeral of Lowell Delong was held from
William York's Sunday, whero ho has
been staying tho past few 'months. Tho
Rev. Tine Hill officiating. The annual
salo of tho Industrln will bo held In tho
Ladles' Aid hall Saturday evening, Oct. 19.
Elmer Parent has bought a yoke of cat
tle of Lincoln Lumber Company. The
Lincoln Lumber company has been shut
down for a week to clean their dam.
hero during tho last sickness and death "'so a friendly discussion on othe
of her mother,
home Monday,
Mrs. Bogor, returned
ADDISON.
MJss Helena Palmer, who has charge
of the girls at the Btaflo school, was In
town over Sunday, tho guest of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Palmer.
Jowph Chamberlln's boy was kicked In
th face by a horss Sunday May Crana
has secured a position In tho Stato
school at Venrennes. Mr. and Mrs. Jullui
Clark entertained Bert Mitchell of flt
Albans over Sunday. Grand View Orange
observed "Neighbor's night" October 4.
It was an enjoyable occasion. About 60
of the Btaver Glen Grangers of Now
Haven wero present and gave a line en
tertainment. Mrs. Julia Clark Barber,
wife of Cornelius Barber died at her
home Tuesday last, having been 111 only
a few hours, although she had hecn In
falling health for several ynars. Sho
leaven besides her husband one son, Ira
S. Barber. Clarebell Marshall of White
hall, N. Y., Is tine guest of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. C. It. Marshall. Haywurd
Marshall has returned from the. circuit
of the fairs with his stock. Mr. and Mrs.
Waldo Clark havo had as their guest
Italia, Brown of Chicago. J udson Day Is
111 at Flora Whltford's, with erysipelas
In his feet and limbs.
CALEDONIA COUNTY
EAST HARDWIGK.
rhe concrete bridge, which has been Jennings will move to Lincoln soon and
under construction In the Secley dls
trlct for the past few weeks, to replaco
the ono which collapsed there, will be
opened to travel this week. M H. Tisdale.
has gono to Spilngllelil, 'Muss., lor a In,
days' visit. Mr. anil Mrs. E. Ah have
returned from a short business trip to
Burlington. Robert Towle, who has been
111, Is slowly recovering.
At a Joint meeting of the Middlebury
firemen held Tuesday evening plans
for the annual Inspection day exercises
to be held Saturday afternoon were com
pleted. The procession will be made up
as follows: Middlebury hand, village trus
tees, William P. Russell Post, ('.. A. R.,
Middlebury fire department, fraternal
orders and automobiles. Tho procession
will form near the Park street drug
store und march to the Volunteer Hose
bouse and then to tho Federation build
lng, where some of the fraternal orders
will join In. The line of march will be to
tho new .-.ehnolhouse, when- they will
l ounter march to Main street, .Merchants'
row, South Pleasant street, Cross street
up Court street, turning at the Addison
House to Main street. There the ath
letlc contest will he held
Is the list of sports: llos
dash, potato rare, obstacle race, ladder
climbing, hurdle race, relay race, ex
ihlef's race, thrcc-h j-ged race, tug-of-
war between the business men and the
llremen. The Middlebury hand will fur
nlsh music. The date for the nvslvr sup
per to be given by the ladles ot William
P. Russell Circle. No. 5, ladle of tho
Grand Army, has been changed from
Tuesday evening, October 29, until Friday
evening, November S, In consequence of
vnrlous conflicting dates. After the oyster
supper, which will tako place between live
and eight o'clock, a series of war pic
tures will be shown In the Grange hall
for the benefit of AVllliam P. Russell
Post, No. &9, G. A. It. The check list for
the election of presidential electors III
Middlebury was posted Wednesday and
contains the names of 851 voters. Tho
civil authority of the town will hold a
meeting at the otllce of the town clerk, Jo
seph M. Burke, at eight o'clock Saturday
evening, November 2, to revise the check
list and make any corrections necessary
The Labatee society of the Congrega
tional Church will hold a rummage salo
In tho lower pan of the town hall Fri
day, October IS. Tho Middlebury Im
provement society will hold a d.tnee lu
the town hall Friday evening. The pro
ceeds are for the benefit of tho society.
Several valuable sheep belonging to E,
I. Wlssell, In his lrasture near his homo
on Soymour street, hnvo been bitten so
badly by unknown dogs that some havo
died and others have had to be killed
Mrs. R. S. Benedict, who underwent an
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Jennings will occupy
their house. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Bea-
man of St. Albans have been visiting Mr.
and Mrs. H. S. Jennings this week. Or-
lin Plain has gone to Winnipeg, Man.,
and Frank Plain is acting as substitute
on Ills route. Mrs. Klla Dana and Mrs.
Sarah Atwood arc- visiting In Huntington
and Lincoln. W. L. Crampton, who has
been seriously 111 with heart trouble, Is able
to be out. E. W. Sawyer of Rlchfonl, W.
C Matot of Rutland and S. R. Stuite-
ant of Swanton were In town yester
day. W. A. Lawrence nnd K. W. Vainey
were In Montpeller yesterday, going by
automobile.
ORWELL.
Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Wisell returned
Saturday from Shoreham. Miss Mary
Williams has moved Into Mrs. Bull's
house lu the village and rented her jilaeo
to C. L. Bodflsh, who will take posses
sion this week. The first meeting of the
season or the ! ortiugntiy emu was in-iu
In the Ladles' rooms on Tuesday with
Mrs. John Vail as hostess. This meeting
was a reunion ot all nn'tnuers. past ami
The following Tlie Rev JoKonb Punnet has -e.
lore, Hi-yaid si.M,..,i hi- pastorate of St. Paul's Church
and Is making plans to leave tm- n at
oik e,
WHITING.
The Ladles' Aid society were entertained
at Mrs. C. It. Browns October 2. 1 he
following officers wile elected: President,
Mrs. K. W. Baker; vice-president, Mrs
('. R. Brown: secretary and tieiisuier,
Mrs. II. ('. Kelsey. Mrs. F. A. Need
ham and daughter, Beatrice, visited In
Rutland Monday. Mrs. Martha Thomas
Is visiting her sister, Mrs. C. R. Brown.
Mr. and .Mrs. Blow are the parents of a
son. Mrs. Alice Needham, who went to
the Mary Fletcher hospital In Burlington,
Mas lmpioved and has so far recovered
that she Is at home. The village school
has been closed for several days, due to
the Illness of the teacher, Miss Walch.
I-'. A. Needham while working with his
gasolene engine burnt 1 bis hand badly.
K. J. Barnett of Crown Point Is guest
of Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Mason Miss Flora
Smith Is tho guest of her uncle and f-im-
lly In llliipsburg. Mrs. Walker of Pitts
ford Is the guest of Mrs. Clara Brown.
Ilenrv Wells was at home from Mont
peller over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. T. A.
Denton and daughter Prudence, of Bran
don visited his parents over Sunday,
Bern Crosby went last week to Boston
to meet his wife, who came recently from
Nova Scotia. They came to town Satur
day night and will reside here,
MONKTON RIDGE.
Miss Julelta Barnuin. who had a post
operation a few weeks ago, Is slowly re- (OM llt Waterbury. has returned. Mrs,
covering. Professor and Mrs, Ray 1- Ish-1 iostcr Dean nnd Mrs. Casper Dean were
er havo returned from their wedding trip, delegates to the W. C. T. V. convention
Professor Fisher will take up his duties Rutland. -Tho little daughter of Clint
at the college at once. There was a good Kimball, who Is very 111, Is under the
attendance at the meeting of tho Worn- ,.arn nf a trained nurse. Mrs. George
en's Association of Missions held nt the Thomas Is so far recovered as to be able
Congregational Church. There wero rep- ,,, rdP (,m
reseniauves oi iius.tioni.iy wmt'iira i" daitritt nm inTounDn
tho several surrounding towns. Mrs. Buutfl otftiuvsuw""
Charles Lamson of Auliurndale. Mass., The Itev. K. J. Meatier of Bristol con
was thu principal speaker and was fol- ducted services at the Friends . ( luircli
lowed bv several of the county officers, anil at Jerusalem Sunday. Benjamin J.
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'J'ho meeting was tinder the direction of Tabor of Minnesota, a former lesiuetu
Mrs. Ini Taylor, president of tho local here, i7 years old, spoke on temperance
society. Refreshments were served,
BRISTOL.
The treasurer Seeker will meet at
tho church Thursday, October 10, Mrs
In the morning. -Mrs. D. H, I nderlilll,
Mndamo rnderhtll und Miss Kmma Wil
liams returned to Brooklyn Friday. Mr
nnd Mis. Andrew Hallock and children
who have been visiting relatives here, rc-
1. It. Jacobs nnd Mrs. A. K. Wright tinned Friday to their home lu .Shirley,
will servo refreshments. Cardcll Nor
ton bus enteroj the employ of tho
South Sldo .Irug storo, Mrs. O. J. Me
Shane Is visiting her son lu Poultnoy,
-Tno Homo Circle of tho Congrega
tional Church will nuot with Mrs. F.
It. Bingham October 9. Tho C. J, Bell
Pomona Giangn met here. Octo
ber 9. Miss Nellie Hayes has a position
In tho llnrdwell House in Rutland.
Mr. und Mrs. Kdwurd McGou ot ClarJ-
Mass.-On account of uuarterly meeting
at Monkton Ridge theie will not be any
service hero Simdav. Mr. and Mrs. t ill
ten Shattuek attended the funeral of her
uin-lo, Iowell Delong, In Lincoln Sunday.
- The Ladles' Home Circle will meet 1-rl
day with Mrs, 13d win Orvls.
NORTH PERR1SBURG.
The t.Mdies a iii sotlety met at
the lioinn of Mth. John Welcome Weil
nw,iv ..r, r,i it., Wlit.eler nnd
nor. aiuhh., n o v.smng ner--..owe,M Jln ,,lnruH whp(,,or ,mv(, ...turned to
V. .' , ... V , , Chicago after spending ll.e summer at
.llol In Lincoln iliuiBtlay night. Ho ii.i,., ,..,...., '.... i u,,inn lClngs-
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was a brother nf It. I Delong of this land w. nt with thcni.-John Martin bss re.
town.-Orrln Fair of Pike, N. II., u trm., t(l Keattle, Wash., after spendlm
visiiiiig iiin parents,
ling
and Mrs, tl, in moml,.- m i,i father's. S. It. Mnr
W. Farr. Georgo Jacobs and family tin.-Jnv imii i.K l-i, m St. Albans for
Mr.
WEYBRIDGE.
Mrs. Krastus Roscoe died Wednesday
and funeral services wero held Friday
at her late home, conducted by tho Rev.
Peter Heller of Salisbury, assisted by
the Rev. B. W. Hallowcll. Mrs. Roscoo
leaves a husband, three sons, and six
daughters, all but one of whom wero
present at tho funeral. M. N. Baker is
confined to the house by Illness.
SALISBURY.
M, S. White Is able to be out of doors a
little each day. Mrs. D. M. More, who
has been 111, Is about the same and fears
are entertained that she will not recover.
A Progressive club of over n-' members
was recently organized. Dr. Avcrlll and
Professor McFatiand of Middlebury wero
present. Mrs. George Jeffrey of Brock
ton. Mass.. who has been visiting at Mrs.
Hamilton's, returned to her home on
Monday. M. A. Thomas was at home
from Montpeller over Sunday. He re
turned on Monday. Mrs. Thomas will go
late In the week for a stay of a fen
weeks. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Sumner were
lu Poultney over Sunday, where their
daughter Is attending school. Mr. and
Mrs. Waterbury of New York, who havo
been at F. B. Scvery's for a few days,
have returned to their home. W. F. Bump
Is nttendlng the grand lodge session of
I. O. G. T. at Barre.
BRIDPORT.
Cards are out for the marriage of Miss
Kdlth Nlson and William Patrick Casey.
Dr. and Mrs. Blalsdell have returned
from Burlington. The annual meeting of
the Ladles' society of the Congrega
tional Church was held at the
vestry October 3. Following arc the
officers elected: Piesldent. Mrs, O. L.
Olbb.s: vice-president, Mrs. O. 11. Walk
er; secretary and treasurer, Mrs. D.
K. Rlcc.-F. B. Miner, M. D of Michi
gan, Is with his parents here. Berkley
1 arrabee of Avers, Mass., Is visiting his
sister, Mrs. (!. F. Wolcott.. Misses
Mnrv Smith, and Kleanor Palmer nave
returned to Chicago. Mrs. George Shea
l as returned to Boston, accompanied by
her mother, Mrs. Riley. Mrs. E. L. Con-
erst of Burlington Is with friends here.
NEW HAVEN.
i 'lay ton Partch Is guest of his brother,
F. M. Partch. Mrs. C. S. Everest, who
has been visiting her parents In South
Shaftsbury, returned Saturday, Miss
Bill Sherman returned Thursday ufter
an absence of several months. Mrs. 11.
C. Peck and daughter, Kthclyn, visited
friends in Vergcnnes Saturday. D. A.
Roleau was called to Essex Junction by
the sudden death of his brother. Tho
Ladles' Union will hold their harvest
supper In the church vestry Friday
evening, October 18. Mrs. Kate Warren
of Springfield, Mass., who has been tho
guest of Mrs. Mary Roscoe, went to
Barre Saturday to visit her hrother, E
M. Roscoe. A quiet wedding took place,
Monday evening nt tho home of Mr. and
Mrs. H. C. Peck, when Miss Efhel
Hinckley was married to Mr. Cook of
Tlcomleroga, N. Y. William Garron and
family have moved to Vergcnnes. Mrs
fiolett hab moved Into her new homo
purehnsert by William Garron. Mrs. Kd
ward Swenor was called to Vergcnnes
Sunday by the Illness of her mother,
Mrs. (Inrron. F, K. Rowley Is In Danby,
In the apple business.
MONKTON.
Mis. Catherine Begor tiled Wednesday
morning nt tho home of her sister, Mrs.
N. C, Gage, after a long and painful
Illness, aged 74 years. Mrs. Begor was
born In Illnesburg, July 10, 183;. Soon
after coming to Monkton, where sho has
resided since September ft, 1W, she was
united In marriage to Peter Begor and to
them wero born live children, four of
them now survive, Joseph, of Rutland,
Lewis and John of tills town, am one
daughter, Mrs. J. J, Elliott of Newport.
N. H.; also ono sister. Mrs, N, C. Gage,
of this town. Mrs. Begor wns a woman
of many good qualifies. Tho funeral was
held nt the Methodist Church Friday at
two o'clock. The Rev. O. C. Cornell, as
slstcd by tho Rev, O. N. Franklin of tho
Friends' Church officiating. The benrers
were E. H, Palmer, W, C, Donehue,
Hnrry Vnnclcet, Fred Miles. The llor.il
offerings from tho Grange and other
friends weio beautiful. Burial was In
Pino Itldgo cemetery. Mrs. Laura Titus
of Monlsvlllc, who was called hero to
attend the funeral of her nunt, Mrs.
Begor. returned homo Saturday. Nelson
Murray of Lincoln and Mrs. George Dun
forth and her mother, Mrs. Julia Parent,
of Bristol, wore hero Friday to attend tho
funeral of Mrs. Begxir, Josoph Begor
and son, Wnlter, who wero called hero
by the death of his mother, Mrs. Begor,
returned home Haturdny.-Mrs. I. J.
Klllctt of Newport, N. H., who has been
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kid ridge visited
at Amasa Falrbrother's In Cabot Sunday.
Miss Marlam Bole of Connecticut Is
the guest of her brothor, tho Rev. A.
S. Hole. Mrs. Henry Joslyn has re
turned from tho hospltnl In Burlington.
Mrs. Rose Austin died Friday night at
tho homo of hor brother, Peter Oliver,
whero sho has been cared for In her last
slcknoss. Sho formerly resided In Haver
hill, Mass. The funeral was held from
tho house Monday afternoon nt ono
o'clock. She leaves a brother and sister.
Roy Young, who has tieen visiting his
parents for the past month, returned to
his work In Utah Monday. Ills brother,
Victor, accompanied him. Mrs. Hiram
Darling Is spending the week with her
parents In Cabot. Robert Allen was In
West Burke Monday. Mrs. Fnrnsworth
Is visiting her sister, Mrs. W. S. Wright.
Mrs. William Harram has returned to
Burlington. Tho annual church fair held
Saturday by the ladles of the Congrega
tional Church was a suecejq. Mrs. Don
of Walden Is visiting her daughter, Mrs.
Aycr, nnd grandson, Arthur Burbank.
Little Burton Stuart has betn 111 and tin
able to attend school. Robert Harvey Is
working In the creamery Mrs. Robert
Smith Is In poor health.
railroad conditions, including blnckln
of crossings, lotting' off of steam, eti
Tho railroad company agreed to hav
tho crossings put In hotter conditio:
Afiniift 90 nt Itia vlltnirn nfrir-nfa n
citizens were present.
EAST CHARLOTTE.
A . , .. . 1 .
si. uttUKlli-r wan ijiji 11 x'li'.uj it,
ana Mrs. uenjamin uaren. oonaior j, .i
wuiiiimi mm item unuiiiuu vu ij. jiuunfi
Converse returned from Montpeller Frl
day. Mrs. W. If. II. Varncy returns
Saturday from Rutland, whore she wen
Woman's Christian Temperance Union
will mako her homo among her chll
tlren. Burton K. Beers nnd family
Jericho spent Sunday In town with Mr
nnd Mrs. H, S. Fonda, Mrs. neors' par
,:niH. .tusi aiary wnite, wno spen
the summer at tho Wooster farm, ha
returned to her home In Austin, Texas.
., . '''"...J Ul. Jllluil, a, J, Jill
hnn vHthtK lils B.stor, Mrs. Mci
T'flvrn
with her father, J. Avery Hnnis. Mr
and Mrs. Joseph Rabldcnll of Kccsville
N. l ., havo been visiting Mrs. Rahldeau'
brothor, Moses Tcelyea and fnmllv.
Prnf A T. T-n l.. n.
In Boston. Mr. nnd Mrs. Moses Teelve
left Monday for Saratoga, N. Y to nt
leml ,1,a n ..... .
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of Charlotte, accompanied by her aunt
Mm. Chfii,.l, ui.hiu . .
Knttlrilnv r.nltln, n iAH,i -., . ,, .
Eno has been appointed assistant den
ConCSS Of a MMIinllal rMilii-ntn I" An.,.
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duties.
CHITTENDEN COUNTY
ESSEX JUNCTION.
IIullls S. Tuttle, aged M years, died
at his home on Pleasant street at
six o'clock Thursday evening after an
Illness of about two weeks. Mr. Tut
tlo was born In New Haven, lie lived
for some tlmo In Chnrlotto and for
more than 20 years on a farm In Kssox
Just outside this village, and for llvo
years had resided here. Ho was twice
niariled, his first wlfo being Helen
Barton of Charlotte, who died many
years ago. Fifteen years ago ho mar
ried Miss Helen E. Langdon of Char
lotte who survives him with six chil
dren by his first wife. They are Mrs.
Tyler Calkins of Guard. Md., Mrs. L.
K. Palmer of nurllngton, Miss Sarah
Tuttle of Albany, N. Y Stanley and
Ray Tuttle of Burlington and Miss Rena
F. Tuttle of McMcchcn W. Vn. He
tlso leaves a brother, George P Tut
tle of Burlington, a slBter, Mrs. Helen
llurlburt of Randolph, and a half
brother, Orwell Robinson of Provi
dence. Mr. Tuttle had held different
town offices and hail been very active
In the work of the Methodist Church
The community was shocked Friday
night to learn of the sudden ileata
of Thomas 1 1. Roleau that after
noon. Mr. Roleau had not felt well
for a day or so hut had been out Fri
day morning. Shortly before noon
he went to his room to lie down. Mrs
Roleau went to the door several times
but thought ho was asleep and de-
ti led she w oul 1 not disturb him. H'lt
nt about 5 30 when she went to tho'
room she found ho was dead. Mr, P.o
lean was horn In Canada 71 years ago,
but had resided in Vermont the great
er part of his life. Mr. and Mrs. Ro
lean were married r4 years ago in
Barre. They lived there anJ in Mont
peller for eight years anl then can't
to this village where he had since
llvei. Four children wero born to
them, three of whom wit". Mrs. Ro
leau survive him. They nro Mrs. W.
li. Davidson of St. Albans, Fred of this
place and Charles of Newnrk, N. J
He also leaves four brothers, Duncan
of Louisville, Ky Kdinund of Kno3
burg, Dorr of New Haven and Henry
of St. Albans. Mr. Roleau had been a
Mason for nearly GO years and was r.
charter member of Kthan Allen Lodge
of this place. He was tylor of tho
lodge at the tlmo -of his leath and 'and
helJ the office for mnny years. He
was engaged In the harness business
here for many years and retired a few
years ago.
O. (1. Burnell, who has neon ticket
agent at Barre, nns como here to be
telegraph operator In place of J, R.
Rowland, who has been sent to Wlilti
River Junction. Mrs. Burnell Is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Grow
of this place.
Tho Ladies' Social Union of the Con
gregntlonal Church hold Its first meet
lng after the summer recess Tuesday
afternoon nt tho homo of Mrs. F. M
Wedgwood, Mrs. Wedgwood ami Mm
Roma May acting as hostesses. There
were vocal selections by Mrs. Wlllard
of Burlington, Miss Plude and Chtiun-
eey Swett, both of this place, Mrs
Piatt of Burlington gave nn Interest
lug talk on "Observations on Mission
Work While Abroad." Mrs. Palis also
of Burlington read a paper on
"Thoughts by the Way." Mrs. Evan
Thomas gavo "The History of the So
cial Union." Refreshments wero
served.
A hearing of the Stato publ'c sorv
lee commission was held In tho office
of Martin & Bailey yesterday morn
ing. Tho commissioners present were
Chairman J- Vt". Redmond of Newport
anil J- Holllster Jackson of Barre.
Allen Martin represented tho vllliigo.
Tho homing wns on a petition of the
village of Kssox Junction, praying for
an amendment to the chartor of said
village. This the commlss'on voted to
allow. These amendments wero re
cently brought up boforo a village
meeting. There was nlso a hearing on
petition of citizens of Kssex Junction
vs. Central Vermont Hallway company
relating to the sounding of whistles
In tho village. Messrs. Soule and Wit
ters appeared for tho railroad. It was
conceded by theso officials that an
order might be mado to ring bells In
stead of blowing whistler at crossings
except by through trains. Thero was
HUNTINGTON CENTER,
Dr. Geo. Sll ler Will hn sit .Terntno
Carpenter's October l". nt Fuller's hntel
October 10, (Adv.)
Miss Haze Thayer nf Warren Is visit
ing her sister. Mrs. Richard Fleldrr.
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' ' " i i" .issisi .urs. i-aunne iTaux wltrt
her millinery" work this season Mrs.
Mary Taft' of Richmond Is visiting at W.
B. Taft's. Mrs. M.vra Kimball of Moni.
ton Is visiting at Mitchell Russell's and
other relatives.
CHARLOTTE.
Mrs. Julia Bellows hns returned from
visiting relatives In Port Kent, N. Y
Mr. and Mrs. John Tobey and famtlr
have gono on nn mitomobtlo trip to
i neuuru. .ir. aim .Mrs. i nomas synncr
havo returned from their wedding trip.
S. G. Bush has gono to Canada to
visit his daughters. F. J. Popo accom
panied him as far as Montreal. Earl
Hnrsford of Mldrtleburj' Collego spent
Sunday nt his home here. Mrs. F B.
Smith Is In Burlington, caring for her
daughter, who Is ill. Miss Ethel Wil
liams of Whiting Is visiting her grand
mother, Mrs. Myron Williams.
COLCHESTER.
Rev. and Mrs. A. N. Woodruff cele.
milieu ineii uviii (tiiinvci siirj xuesnay
Oct. 1 at the homo of Mr. and Mrs
Carl Densmore. In the afternoon many
relatives and friends called, and In the
evening a rereminn u-ns nolo. Tim nrf
rooms, which were beautifully decorateij
with cut flowers, wero well filled with
guests from all parts of the State, New
Hampshire and Massat husetts. Dr. W. A.
gave nn Interesting sketch of the mar
ried life of Mr. antl Mrs. Woodruff, and
also Mr. Woodiuff's work In the minis
try. Two very fitting poems were Tim I,
which were written for the occasion, oim
by the Rev. Silas Perry of Rlchford, and
the other by Mrs. Mnrtha Jackman of
Waterbury Center. Among the guestj
present from out of town were, Mrs.
Nellie Scott, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Wyman
of St. Johnsbury, Miss Jessie Scott ct
Boston, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Sutton oe
Barre, Mrs. Carrie Lawson and Mrs.
Anglo Haskell of Tro., N II., Mr. and
Mrs. E. W. Orton nnd daughters. Gladys.
and Mildred, of Walden, Dr. and
Mrs. Davidson, of Burlington, tho
Rev. Mr. Naylor, late State missionary
of Vermont Baptist State convention, ami
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Cooney of East Barre.
Many gifts were received, largely in
money, amounting to atiout Jiuo. Re
freshments were served.
UNDERHILL CENTER.
The fune-.il of Mrs. Alice Murphy,
who died at Burlington Mondnv, was
held nt St. Thomas's Church Wednes
day morning Burial was In the old
Catholic cemetery. Mrs. Hannnh Brig-
ham of St Johnsbury hns been visit
ing here Tho condition of Jamei
Fitzslmmnnds Is not Improved. Mrs.
J. B. Fremeau of Wlnooskl Is visit
ing Mrs. P. B. Smith.
JONESVILLE.
Mrs Mary J. Pease has gone to F'.t h
burg to visit her daughter. MIms SnpbU
l llll.lll.SI l. ill III I IIUIIIU in v llrt.i il'U
over Sunday. Mr. ami Mrs. Thom.m
Whalen were In Burlington Saturday -William
Iltiithciington spent Sunday it
C, C. Fuller's. Mrs. Hentherlngtnn who
has been spending a few dnvs with 1 r
parents, returned to Ro: allon Sunt! y
evening. Mr. and Mr-- F A BaUh, who
were married In Glen Sutton, fun Octo
ber 2, havo returned to their lrmic -Mr.
and Mis. A. E. Crandnll nrd Mr
A. J, Crnndall were In lb'rllngton Mon
day. The Lend-n-hand Circle of King's
Daughters will celebrate ilu-ir L.'tid an
niversary Thursday at the hall -Miss
Irene Whalen of Burlington spent Sun
day with her parents. Mr and Mrs T.
B. Whalen Sir EH- ry Fay of Kssox
Junction has returned to her heme afti r
being a guest of In - s'-tf. M " Cvnthla
Hupgood. L, A. Alger, who l.as been 111,
Is able to be around agiln
WINOOSKI.
Edna L , John B. I.nvely s fast horse,
has returned from a successful season
on the track. She started m six races,
winning first money In four, second
money In one, third money In one. Shu
won the 2.J0 pace antl the f ree-for-.ll
against a fast Held at the South Wa -llngford
fair. Her owner, Mr, Lavely,
Is exultant over her success this year
and predicts an ccn better season for
her lu 1H13.
Mr. and Sirs. Joslah Dnp.iw, who
foiiuerb lived in this town, but who
have been residing In Washington, D.
C, have returned ami will reside In
Burlington. Sir. Dupuw for ID years was
employed as a watchman In the treas
ury department In Washington.
Hermann Brandeau was shot Saturday
afternoon whllo sitting behind a stump lu
the woods near South Burlington. Ills
gray cup was mistaken for a squirrel and
the bint shot of cither two I'olandrrs oi
Italians, who were out shooting, struck
him, Inflicting only scalp wounds, lit
was able to walk Into Wlnooskl nnd to
havo the wounds dressed by Dr Heath.
Ho will not bo kept from his work.
Edward Adams and Sllss Bertha Vlllc
malre, daughter of Mitchell Vllluinalre,
wero married at St. Francis Xavler
Church .Monday morning The Rev J.
I'', Audet was the celebrant of the nuptial
mass and perfoinied the ceremony,
Charles A. Adams, undo of tho groom,
attended him nnd thu bride was attendtC
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