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THE BURLTNOTON FREI, PRESS AND TIMES ; THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 191
HAPPENINGS IN VERMONT
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day, F . CasBldy hns returned from n
visit to his daughter, Mrs. K. J Rogers,
In Cabot. Tho comlltlon of Mrs. Stratton,
who wns Injured by being thrown from
a huggy a few days nfio, Is much Im
proved. Thcro was a blrthdny party at
tho home of M. P. Benson Friday evening
given by the ninth grndc In honor of tho
Kith anniversary of his daughter, Miss
Carrie. A pair of hid gloves and a sum
of money were presented her. The body
of James Caldwell was taken to Lincoln
Saturday, prayer having been offered at
tho house by the Rev. E, A. Lcgg. Tno
funeral was held In Lincoln Sunday with
burial In the family lot there, bosldo his
wife. Principal and Mrs L. II. Pomerov
visited Mr. Pomeroy's hrother In Frank
lin Saturday. A few boys ftnm the vil
lage made a surprise visit to Marshall
St. Germain on the farm of A. P. Croft
Thursday evening. The village was In
darkness for a while Friday evening
swing to trouble with the dynamo, The
water had to be pumped from the wheel
tilt to determine arid remedy the trouble.
The wedding of Miss Lucy Aliiua Slc Was tho widow of Cabot D. Lure
Malting In Stowe. Mr. and Mrs. D. 8
McAllister, and son, George, of Ilydo Park
visited his parents, Mr. and Mm. L. S
McAllister, over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs.
1'. M. Sargeiit have, relumed from John
son where they attended the funeral of
Mm, Arthur Pike.
A funeral service for Mrs. Jennlo I
Luce was eondncto-1 by the Hcv. W.
L. Uolcotirt of Waterbury Monday af
ternoon nt her homo at tho lower vil
lage. Tho bearers wore A. A. Pike,
O. E. Luce, W. W, Itoblnson an.1 W. A
Slayton, There was a largo attend
ance and mnny rare and beautiful
flowers testified to the esteem of mnnv
friends. Among those present worn
Mrs. Lueo's son and wife, Mr. and Mrs.
F. C. Luce, nnJ their six children ot
Watcrbury, two of her sisters and
their husbands, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ober of
Hyde Park, nnd Mr. and Mrs. IJ. K.
Builnrd of Ilardwlok and Mrs. Ellen
woo.l of Cambridge. A sister In
Greensboro was unable to uttcn.l. The
burial was In tho West Branch ceme
tery. Mrs. Luce died at t'm home of
her son In Wnterbiiry Saturday after
noon nftcr a long nnd painful Illness,
undergoing two surgical operations
Jowle and Charles Henry Dunton took
place In the Methodist Church Thursday
evening at eight o'clock, the Itev. F. W.
Pay and tho Itcv. E. A. Lcgg ofUclatlng.
The church was prettily decorated under
the direction of C. F. Kawson. To the
strains of the wedding march, rendered
by Mr. Rawson, the bridal party, pre
ceded by tho ushers, Fay W. Reagan,
Foster C. Whitney, John W. Shonlon and
Carl C. Pease, entered tho church. First
came tho bridesmaid, Miss Olive Towle,
gowned In blue silk nnd carrying a show
er bouquet ot pink carnations, followed
by the brldo gowned In white- silk with
a whlto veil and carrying a shower bou
iiutt of whlto carnations. They were met
at tho altar by the groom and best man,
Chaunccy E. Dunton. After the ceremony
Mr. and Mrs. Dunton went by automobile
to St. Albans, whero they took the train
for Kecno, N. H., where their future
homo will be. Friends were present from
Herkshlrc, Franklin, Sheldon, Hlghgate
and Enosburg. They received mnny pres
ents. James Caldwell, aged SG, died
Thursday evening at the home of his son,
A J. Caldwell, after a few days' Illness
caused by old age.
The Home Guards will meet with
Mrs. V. A. Irish Saturday after
noon. Announcements have been re
ceived here of the birth of a daughter
to Mr. and Mrs. J. Cowan of Elk, Cal.
Mrs. Cowan will be rcmemliered as Miss
Alberta Orr, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
A. J. Orr of this town. Miss Bessie Wil
liamson returned to Now York city Sat
urday after an extended visit In the
home of her uncle, E. J. Paimalee.
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Sweeney and daugh
ter, Helen, were with Mrs. Sweeney's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. IJ. Smith In
Franklin. Sunday. Mrs, Lizzie Sherman
of Nashua, N. H., Is a guest In the
home of M. P. Perley. Mrs. Curtis, a
' denconcss In charge of the Barre mission-
will speak In the Methodist Church
fcunday evening. H. F. Heed, M. A.
Aseltlne and O. M. Jeffords returned from
Boston Monday morning. J. Kent Perley
of Philadelphia, where he Is In the em
ploy of the Vermont Marble Co., accom
panied them for a few days. Charles
Rogers was badly Injured about the facg
Sunday while at work In the plant of
tho Federal Packing company, by tho
bursting of a separator. John Branch,
Jr., .'pent Saturday and Sunday with his
parents In St. Albans.
The Rev. and Mrs. W. F. Clark, who
nave been in Hyde Park for a few
months, are In town to dispose of their
goods preparatory to going to Florida,
"litre he l.as accepted a call. Mr. and
.Mis. Joseph Paiiuette returned Monday
from a week's visit In Lowell, Mass.
( 'bailes Rogers, who a injmed at the
Cnndensary Sunday afternoon, besides
I lie mutilation of his face, received a
severe gash on ;he lleshy part of his
right lei. He was taken Monday to the
home of his father, Freeman Rogers, In
Berkshire. Miss Ida Lavery went to
Rurllngton Tuesday. The men's banquet
by the W. C. T. V. In the Methodist
Church Tuesday evening was well at
tended and much enjoyed. The post
prandial exercises were In charge of Mrs.
K. J. Parmelee and Included music and
speaking. The principal speakers were:
the Rev, F. D. Miller and tho Rev. E. A.
Legg. Mrs. Fanny Wnrd Miller also
spoke on "Medal Contest Work," Mrs.
H. N. Kidder on "The Press Depart
ment" and Miss Anna Chaplin on "Tho
State Convention." Mr. and Mrs. O.
Merrill and C. M. Armstrong returned
from Boston Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. H.
U Lafluy and C. M. J. Benolt returned
Tuesday ovenlng from a week In Med
lord, Mass., and vicinity. B. H, Combs
ias purchased from Dr. W. S. Stevens
h farm buildings on what Is known ns
the A. J. Llbby farm, which he will re
nove to his farm at North Enosburg to
replace those recently destroyed by Are.
-F. M. Carpenter Is In Mlddlobury for
. few days, where he has two daughters
GRAND ISLE COUNTY
Delphia E. Poquotte of Alburg and Miss
Malvlna Loslt of Grand Isle were united
In marriage at Grand -sle by the Rev. J.
S. Allen on Saturday, October 12.
who died In Stowo 10 yenrs ago. Mrs
Luce's early home was In Johnson, but
Stowo was her homo for 41 years.
Tho la;lles of tne Congregational
Church served dinner Wednesday
at tho church vestry. Carl M. Parker
and Francis Francis of Norwich Uni
versity returned to Northflcld Monday.
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. W. Luce and son
Marshall and Mrs. R. L. Jenkins, who
have passed the summer with their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry E. Jen
ney, left Monday for tnelr homes in
Walton an.l Fort Pierce, Fla. Mrs
Westiunn, who has been housekeeper
fur several years for llnwnrl A. Butts,
In Moscow, has returned to her noun
In Jeffcrsonvllle, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Butts will live with their father, II. A.
Butts. The polos for the new tele
phone line on West Hill as far u
Stewnrd Nutting's have been set. G.
W. Adams Is confined to his bed by
Illness. Benton Harris and ills biot'i
er, Edward, who have had employment
at tho Sunset House, Sugar Hill, N
H through tho summer, have return
ed. F. J. Billings, wno, with Mrs, Bil
lings has visited in Bane. Bellw3
Fnlls and Snxtons River, has returnel.
Mrs. Billings Is In Waterbury for a
few days. During one of the hardest
tnunder storms of the season which
occurred Snturdny evening lightning
struck N. O. Stygles's house in th?
northern part of Stowo, ripping off
shingles and clapboards but not set
ting It on fire.
William Kimball of Bristol, Conn., Is
visiting his cousin. Charles A. Sim
mons. On Sunday Mr. anil Mrs. Sim
mons, Mrs. Cora Vearen nnd Mr. Klin
ball visited Greensboro. Mr. and Mrs.
George W. Gale were In Waterbury
over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert
Spauldlng have visited relatives In
Stowe this week. Representative and
Mrs. A. C. Orvls of Manchester visited
Mr. nnd Mrs. H. E. Shaw Monday.
'Mrs. C. D. Bruce ontertalned four
tables at BOO Saturday evening. Mrs.
W. N. Roberts and Mrs. F. A. Blodgett
have been elected delegates from the
Methodist Episcopal Sunday school to
the State convention In Burlington.
About 75 of their friends nnd neigh
bors gave Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Sanborn
a surprise party Saturday evening, the
liiith anniversary of Mr. nnd Mrs. San
born's marrlnge. Tho affair was ar
ranged by their children, Mrs. Hawley
and Charles Sanborn, and proved a
pleasant occasion. An oyster supper
was served. Edwin R. Blgelow has
received news of the death of his
brnthor-in-lnw, the Rev. Puyson W.
Peterson, October 14, at his home In
Milwaukee, Wis. Mr. Peterson was M
years of age and was for mnny years
an able preacher of the Methodist
Episcopal denomination In Wisconsin.
His wife. Mrs. Martha P. (Blgelow)
Peterson, who passed a part of her
early life In Stowe. and their six chil
dren, survive him. J. L. Stafford and
F. E. Stafford are in Greensboro.
The ladles of the Congregational Church
rervod a chicken pie dinner at the church
vestiy Wednesday. Mrs. Isaiah Austin
returned to Moretown Wednesday after
visiting Mrs. ('. F. Eddy for several davs.
Mr. and .Mrs. Ellakln Blgelow nre in
Morrlsvllle. Mrs. C. F. Eddy nnd H. E.
Straw assisted as Judges at the grange
fair at Waterbury Center Wodnesdav.
Miss Laura Thomas was a visitor
in Montpellcr Wednesday. There was
a hard frost and the mountains were
white Wednesday morning.
A new lime table on tho St. Johns
bury & T.ake Champlaln railway went
Into effect Monday. The Hyde Park train
has been put on again, due here, going
east at &:i0 In tho morning nnd nt :35
going west at night. Miss Gertrude
Davis was taken suddenly 111 with ap
pendicitis while teaching school Monday
and was taken to the Heaton hospital
at Hardwlck for an operation. Guy
McKlnstry was In Cambridge Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Fife have returned
from Chicago. While blasting out tho
race way at the electric plant on the
13th, some of tho brick and window
frames were thrown out of position in
mo new unci: building which Is In prog,
I Fire broke out in the Alexander fruit
sloro at an early hour Sunday morning,
.MnnslielU Mountain Giange, 1'. of H
held Uh annual fair Saturduy. A bounti
ful dinner was enjoyed by the grangers
und their families. Among tho cxnlbits
were all kinds of vegetables, butter, ma
ple .sugar, maple syrup, apples, canned
fruit, and vegetables, oats, millet, corn,
black walnuts, grasses, many samples of
finu needlework, knitted work, drawn rug,
Among the Industry exhibits was a corn
.stalk bearing four ears, shown by
Charles T. Sargent, a sloe, a sort of Hz
aid, shown by Ralph Crano. A program
carried out In tho afternoon Included a
piano solo by Mrs. Carrie Slayton, reclta
Hons, scenes from farm llfo by R, S, War
ren and "My Boy" by Mrs, Flora Dlod
gett, reading, "The Undiscovered Coun
try," by Mrs. Maud Canlleld, grange
paper, edited by Mrs. Dora Eddy, song,
'Seeds of Kindness," by Mrs Delia Tom.
linson and Cletas Tomllnson, Grange
song, "The Farmer Feeds Them All,"
duet by Mrs. Tomllnson and Mrs. Slay
tun, address on "What the Grange Can
Do for Schools," School Union Superin
tendent C, D. Howe of Morrlsvllle, fol
lowed by remarks by the Rev, F. T,
Crane, Dr. J. C. Morgan, the Rev, Lem
uel Davis and others In a discussion of
ttie new Ideas In school curriculum,
Mrs. C, F, Eddy was in Moietown over
bunday, Miss Ruth McMiilinu bus re
turned from avlslt In Burlington. Mr. and
Mrs. A. E, Douglass went Saturday to
Bennington to visit their son, W. M,
Douglass, A, C. Oakes nnd hl.s mother,
Mrs, Julia Oakes, went Saturday to Jei.
co to visit relatives, Mrs, Lucy Clinpln
lias sold her house on School street to E.
V. Rrlnk.-Mrs. II C Reed ot Berlin Is
caused, It Is supposed, by mice gnawing
malum s in boxes on the shelves. It was
discovered In time to be extinguished be
fore any great damage was done, but not
i.ntll the lire department hud been called
cut and Hooded the store with water.
There arc four families living In the build
ing, and their household effects were
badly damaged by smoke and water. The
slock and building are covered by Insur
unce. Miss Grace McFarland was given
u kitchen "shower" surprise Saturday
evening at the. home of Miss Lllnh Walte.
Mrs. Mae Splller left Monday for
her homo In California. Her sister, Mrs.
I.ettie Walte, accompanied her as far ns
M. D. Young was a visitor in Derby
Sunday. Miss Flora McCain spent Sun
day with Mr. and Mis. It, G, Reynolds In
Stowe, Mrs. Roby of Franklin is visiting
her daughter, Mrs. II. J. Purdy. Mr?. F.
M. Wllley was In Alburg Wednesday to
attend the funeral of a relative. Mr. and
Mrs. Crocker of Hyde Park are vlsMng
their daughter, Mrs. C, F. Blxby.- Mr.
and Mrs. Herbert Brn.illny of Morrlsvllle
vere guests of Mr. and Mrs A. D, Cut
t ng over Sunday. .Miss Klslo Linden of
Burlington spent Sunday with her par
ents, Mr. nnd Mrs. E. H. Llnden.-Mrs.
Fllle Roberts of Fairfax l.s visiting hor
niece, Mrs. N, D. Wllley.-Mrs. Mary
Klllngwood returned to Waterbury Sat
rrday after spending a few days at her
home here, Miss Hattle Hopkins leturn
d Friday evening from a two weeks'
v'slt in Arlington and North Adams,
Mr. and Mrs. II, K, Gray of Burlington
spent Saturday and Sunday with his jxir
enls. Mr nnd Mr, II N Oi ay -Donald
Leavens went Tuesday inomlnf, to Barre, I
wiicro nc nas a position on n large siock
farm, Miss Doha Urlggs of Burlington
spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. N.
D. Wllley. Mr. nnd Mrs. Edward Huber
lift Thursday night for New York city.
From there Mrs. Huber will go to her
former home In Switzerland and Mr.
Huber to Rochester, N. Y.
Mrs. Carrie Cheney and daughter,
Fannie, of Lyndon are visiting nt N. B.
Mower's. Myrtle Baker has gono to
Greensboro to visit her sister, Mrs. H.
J. Dow. Hattle Emory Is spending a
few days nt C. C. Baker's. Dr. Bacon
nnd family are visiting In Orange county.
Horber Hlnes Is making extensive re
pairs on his house.
Mr, and Mrs. R. U. Thomas nnd daugh
ter, Frieda, and Hnrold Bishop, took an
automobile trip through the Islands Mon
day. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Lolghton. Mr.
nnd Mrs. .1. A. Wntklns took an auto
mobile ttlp to Swantmi and St. Albans
Wednesday. Hnrold Bishop, who has
been a guest at It. B. Thomas's several
days, started for New York Wednesday
morning. Thursday he sailed for Smyr
na, Turkey, where he has a position with
the Standaid oil company. Mr. and Mrs.
H. W, Vnrnum have returned from an
automobile trip to Montreal. They were
accompanied home by Mr. Milne of the
varnum Boutwell company, who has
been spending several months In Europe.
Tho Rev. H. E. flamed was In John
son Thursday to officiate at the funeral
of Mrs. Arthur Pike, who wan a sister
of S. E. Stlnehour, and for many years
a resilient of this place. Mr. and Mrs,
Leo Lelghton, who have spent the past
month with her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
U. II. Wntklns, started on their hotn
wind Journey to Albledeen, Washington,
Monday. The next meeting of the Cres-
eends club will be held Frldnv evening,
with Mis. Wilcox.
District Deputy Arthur V. Ilollls
made his olllclal visit to the local
grange at Cambridge Friday ovenlng.
W. D. Rand of Hardwlck visited hl.s
mother, Mrs. A. II. Rand, Friday night.
W. I). Hyde of East Hardwlck camo
rrl.lay evening for a stay with hU
.laughter, Mrs. E. H. Olmstead. Mrs
William llog.ibooin of Lowell, Mass
arrived Friday evening to visit her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Stew
nit, nnd sister, Mrs. Xt'llman Ring.---Miss
Lucy Perkins of Rutland, who
has passed several days as a guest of
.Mrs. Harriet M. Ide, returned homo
Friday evening. Miss lldah Gale, nr.
companle.l by her mother, Mrs. Edwin
Gale of Westford, went to Danvlllo
Sunday, guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. 'I
Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Gamblm
left Saturday for their fnim aoine at
Chatealigay, N. V., for a few days
Mrs. George Roll and child of Pitts
burgh, N. Y., who have passed four
weeks with her parents, .Mr. and Mrs
P. J. Liberty, returned home Saturday.
Prof, and Mrs. L. D. Smith of Harl-
wick passed Saturday and Sunday hsre
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J.
Smith. Mrs. Mae Splller, Wno has vis
ited relatives in Morrlsvllle and Hyde
Park during the summer, was a guest
Friday and Friday nlgnt of Mr. anl
Mrs. C. A. Splller. Friday evening
Mrs. George F. Earle gave a farewell
party In honor of Mrs. Splller, who
leaves Monday evening for her home
nt Pasadena, Cal. Military whist wim
tho feature of the evening, there being
five tables. Refreshments were served.
Mrs. Knto Hutchlns, Mrs. Anna Har
ris, Mrs. Eliza Grlswol.i and Mrs
Emma Tlllotson were given the prize?
The booby prizes went to Mrs. 1, 1111. in
Kramer, Mrs. Briggs, Mis. Kate War
ren, Mrs. A. G. Small. Mrs. C. A. Spll
ler and Mr. anJ Mrs. A. M. Adams
were In Johnson Frl:lny to attend the
funeral of Mrs. Arthur Pike, Mr. and
Mrs. J. S. Barr of Cabot wore guests
Saturduy and Sunday of Mr. and Mn.
G. A. Cheney. Mr. nnd Mrs, C. A. Sun
ders recently entertalne.1 his sister,
Mrs. George W, Parmenter of Mont,
pellor, and sister-in-law, Mrs. MInn'e
M, Sanders of Barre. Mrs. Parmenter
Is 70 years of age and Mr. Sanders Is
one of three brothers, whose age.t
range from 70 to "C years. Mrs. O. V.
Sweet and daughter went to Whlto
field, N. 1I where they will reside
Mr. Sweet has employment there.
Mrs. Lucy Abnr of Lyndon Center,
while passing a few days here, rented
her house on Elmore street to Isaiah
Blair. Mrs. Abar returned home Sat
urday. Miss Gwendolln Smith went
to Boston Saturday, where she will
enter tho Leland Powors School of Ex
pression, She was accompanied by
her father, G, E. Smith, who will pass
somo days In Boston, Clinton nnd
Springfield. Rosco Herrick left .Satur
day for Auburndale, Mass., where ho
has a position In n fancy dairy stablo
Miss Bernlce Kendall of New York,
who has recently returned from a trip
of 11 months abioad, and mother, Mrs.
A. A. Kendall, of Enosburg Falls,
former residents, were visitors here Sat
urday, Mrs. Kittle Draper Cook of
Hardwlck came Saturday evening to re
main a few days with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. A. E. Draper. Mrs. E. M.
Stevens of Burlington Is a guest of Mis.
Fannie Blckford. Mr. and Mrs. H. A.
Morse of Stevens Mill, near Rlchford,
have rented the Ira Greenwood farm,
West Hill, and arrived Saturday evening
to take possession. Mrs. H. C. Flsk was
In Montpeller to attend the meeting
Thursday of the Colonial Dames, Daugh
ters of the Revolution, Friday, and
Daughters of the War of H12 Saturday.
She was accompanied home by State
president of the Colonial Dames Miss
Jennte A. Vnllentlne, and niece. Miss
Jannette Perkins, of Bennington, who
W(n gursts of Mr. and Mrs. Flsk over
Sunday. Mrs. lYrlytc Sears returned
Saturday night from Lisbon, N, H
where she had been for a week caring
for her mother, Mrs. Julia Geraw, who
l.s III. Mrs, Washburn, her son nnd
daughter, Miss Bernlce Brown, and Miss
Katheiino Stephen of Montpeller camo
by uutomobllo Sunday, passing tho day
with Mr. nnd Mrs, William Stephen
Mi. and Mis. C. A. Slayton went to
Boston Mondny to attend the electrical
show. They will visit his brother and
wilt, .Mr, anil Mrs, F. L. Slayton, In
Providence, R, I., before returning home.
-Georgo H. Tel rill left Monday for DU
vIIIq Notch, N. 11., where he has a
position ns herdsman mi a group of u
farms of 4,0fln acres, which Is owned
and run In connection wirh the summer
hotel, "The Balsams." Mr. and Mrs, M.
P. Cartel of Seraiilon, Pa,, who have
passed the summer at Dreamwold, re
turned home Monday, Mr. Carter going
with his niiroinoblle,
Mrs. Ella Page of Holland came Mon
day evening for a visit with her cousins,
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Huntley. Misses Olln
Hood mid nessle Flint of th Johnson
Normal school were guests Sunday and
Mondny of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Spear.
Jesse Iliiggs returned to St. Johnxbury
Monday evening to resume work, Mrs.
Cora Smith and sun, Harold, went
Tuesday to Ilnire to visit her brother,
"rank H, Ludd, She will visit her ulster
Mrs. Phillip Mayott In Washington, Mr.
nnd Mrs. Edgar R. Plalatcd In Montpeller
nnd her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. F. Lndd,
In Jericho before returning home. Mr.
und Mrs. C. A. SnunderB were visited Hun
dny by J. Y F. Washburn and Bon, Wal
ter C. Washburn, of Montpeller, who
camo by automobile. Mrs. Fred Stewart
went to Rutlnnd Tucsdny to visit her
daughter nnd husband, Mr, nnd Mrs.
Rnlph Barrows. Orrln Spauldlng went to
Vergenncs Tuesday to visit his daughter.
Mrs. George Ames, who has visited her
mother, Mrs. O. D. Choatc, for 10 days
past, returned to Walllngford Tuesday.
Mrs. Walter lsham, who has visited her
mother, Mrs. Etta Shaw, for the past two
weeks, returned to Lancaster, N. H.,
Tuesday. Mrs. Parker A. Smith of Jack
sonville, Fla., a guest for some weeks of
Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Thayer, left Tuesday
and will visit friends In St. Johnsbury
nnd Whlto River Junction before re
turning home. Mrs. C. Porter Greene
went to Lancaster, N. H., Tuesday to
visit her daughter nnd husband, Mr. and
Mrs. Frank lsham.
Members of Lamoille 1-odge, N. E. O.
P., nnd Invited guests enjoyed a social
P., ,and Invited guests enjoyed a social
lug Tiii'Mlny evening. The farce, "Who
Is Who, or All In a Fog," with Misses
Clara Mcrcla and Viola Knceland and T.
B. Ellis, H. J, Edmunds and Robert Gor
don, was well given. Mrs. O. E. Smith
sang. Refreshments were served, and
dnnclng followed. Mrs. Emma Marvin
nnd guest, Mrs. Lucrctla Marvin of
Greensboro, went to Cambridge Wednes
day to visit Mr. nnd Mrs. L. Putnam.
Charles Davis of Hardwlck camo Wed
nesday to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
O. W. Davis. Mrs. Helen Towno return
ed Tuciday evening from a visit with
friends In Lowell, Mass., and St. Johns-
bury. Mrs. K, P, Bashaw returned from
Montgomery Center Tuesday evening
nftcr a three weeks' visit with her moth
er, Mrs. Nelson Barber. Mrs. L. D. Peck
of Hyde Park passed the day Wednesday
here ulth her daughter, Mrs, John Ovitt.
Miss Eva Devlno from the Randall
went Wednesday to Woodsvllle, N. II.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Thorp of Cambridge
came Wednesday to vMt Mr. and Mrs.
Clayton Cornell. Miss Malcnda Smith
went to Woodsvllle, N. 11. , Wednesday
to make her home with her sister, Mrs.
Nathan Brill. Miss Clara Dodge and
Miss Lou Gould, teachers In the schools
at Barre, are at home on account of the
closing of schools, churches, etc., on ac
(omit of the smallpox epidemic The W
11. C will have a benefit at the BIJou this
cwnlng. The membeis of the H. M. Rich
class of the i'nlversallst Church arc tn
vlted to spend a social evening with the
teacher, Mrs. C. H. Slocum, this evening.
The school board has rented the Copley
lot, formerly known a.s the A. D. Thomas
lot, formerly known as the A. D. Thomas
tuial purposes. The field consists of
nearly 11 acres. A portion of It will be
fsed for school athletics and a general
jtlay ground for all pulplls. The acqulsl
tlon of this land will stimulate Interest
and result In the completion of plans In
this direction, A portion of the field will
be used by the agricultural department ot
the academy In the various ways In
which this opportunity offers, In testing
of soils, In planting and harvesting of
cral of Mrs, Almon Morse was held from
the home of her son, E. A. Morso, on
Sunday nftcrnoon, the Rev. Frnscr
Metzger officiating. Interment was made
In Soiithvlcw cemetery. William Tyler
Is 111 with the mumps and Is confined
to his bed, Miss E. Eugenie Bancroft
of New York, who has been with her
nTint, Mrs. Ellen Dlnnchard, for three
weeks, returned Monday to her home.
Mr. and Mrs. Orrln Lovctt of Warren,
who wcie over-Sunday guests of Mr.
and Mrs. L. C. Drew, went to Bethel
Mondny. Miss Marcla Amsdcn, who has
been here three weeks with her sister,
Mrs. Tilson, left Mondny for Barnard,
where she. will visit another brother be
fore going to her home In North Leom
inster, Mass. The remains of Horace
Kent were brought from-Lisbon, N. 11.
Monday and taken to the home of his
daughter, Mrs. Ernest Manchester, Tues
day they were taken to East Randolph
for burial, Mr. Kent died at tho homo
of his son In Lisbon. His wife died 10
years ago. He Is survived by two sons
living nt Lisbon, one nt South Royalton,
and a daughter, Mis. Manchester, here.
t'p to within three weeks of his death
ho had been very well, The cause of his
death was attributed to the Infirmities
of age, he having reached the age of S7
years. Mr, and Mrs. C. J. Stockwell and
family, who weie In Rochester over Sun
day, have returned. James Menard of
Claremont, N. H,, was an over-Sunday
visitor In town. Miss Mary Priest, who
was at East Granville Sunday, has re
turned. The Bethany Church has ar
ranged for a mock trial to be given In
the Music hall Friday, October 23. The
principal persons taking n, part In this
trial are well known and prominent men
of town nnd It Is under the management
of Col. A. V. Newton of Boston. Tho
Rev. F. H. Morgan of Boston occupied
the pulpit of the Federated Church Sun
day, taking for his theme, "The Benefit
of the Christian Church Paper to the
Church Work." Mrs. Lettle Bailey Smith
went to Bialntree on Friday night to
sing at a muslcnle. The Christian En
deavor society of the Federated Chinch
held a fond sale In the vestry of the
t. n .... .. . .... .
tho game, 7 to 0 The Rev, Dr. Rogers
of Boston preached In the Methodist
Church Sunday evening. The Rev. II. C.
Hoyt, who has been on a three weeks'
vacation with his wife In Brnttleboro,
returned Saturday.-MIss llartwel! has
closed her cottage hero and moved her
goods to Boston for the winter.
John King Is delivering the rural mall
for a few weeks, Mis, Blanch" Marshall
Is assisting MIh Lindsay at the post-
olllce. A. J. McCiellan Is tnklnir his
vacation. Thomas Morse has moved
from the Tate place to tho tenement ot
Mr. Dufurs, Tho remains of John Rico,
up nged resident of tin. town, were
brought hero from Waterbury Saturday
and burled Sunday, services being hold
at the Congregational Church, the Rev.
S. F. Achenback attending, Mr. Rico
had been at tho Wnterbuty 'hospital for
several Weeks prior to drath. He was
M. William Smith, who had been In fall-
Ing health for a long time died Sunday
morning, Mr. and Mis. C. A. Simmons
of Stowo were In town Sunday.
Curtis Wllley, who was taken 111 Friday
while some distance from his house. Is
In a very precarious condition. Grave
fears are entertained that he will not re
cover, Hlrnm Tripp Is In New York, tho
guest of his sister, Mrs. Ethel Coffin.
William Hlldreth has moved from one of
C. A. Doody's tenements to West Charles
ton. Mrs. Edward .Morrill has entertain
ed her brother, August Lalielle, from
Ob-ndlre, Montana. It had been 31 years
since they met.
crnl wcokB, Hum Rone to Carntlcn,
Mr. nnii Mrs. Tinrrv nntnnht Vmt.
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The Rev. Dr. Coleman preached
Methodist Church Sunday mornln
tho nftcrnoon at three o'clock the
Mr. Hnll took him to Bangall
whero ho preached In tho school
to a room full of young people Afti
service Mr. Coleman went to Fair H
where ho was to preach In tho even
potatoes, but the tubers are turnln
Brooklyn are guests at H. A. Manb
A serious accident occurred to I. W.
Carr and family while driving Sunday,
In whlcn Mrs. Carr sustained a dislocated
Baptist Church Saturday afternoon, from "ulder and a biolmn linger. Mr. Carr
which they realized $10.10. Wesley Ilodg- l'"eu "'"'eii were not seriously
George Haloid Bent, second son ut Mr.
iind Mis. Charles Bent, and Miss Leaphy
Ann Battles, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Emory Battles, were married Thursday
evening at six o'clock at the home of the
olliciatlng clergyman, the Rev. J. Wallace
I'hcsbi'o. The bride was becomingly
gowned In old rose messallne and was
unattended. Both have attended the high
school In town, nnd are well known here
For the picsent they will reside at the
home ot the bride In Hralntrce. The death
ot Mrs. Almon Mmse occurred at the home
of her son, E. A. Morse, Thursday night,
after an Illness of about four weeks.
Mrs. Morse was first taken 111 with pneu
monia, and after that had passed, she
did not have strength to rally. Mrs.
f'hlne (Flint) Morse was born In Brain
tree December 17, I'd, the daughter of
Hovey and Sarah Flint, and up to the
time of her marriage to Almon Morse,
about 31 years ago, she lived In that
town. Since her marriage she lived In
Randolph, and since the death of her
husband, three years ago, she lived with
her son, E. A, Morse. She is survived
by one son and two step-sons, Frank
Morse and Albert Morse of this place,
find one Htep-daughter, Mrs. Orlln
Greene, of this place also. Tho funeral
was held at the home of her son
Sunday afternoon, the Rev. Frascr
Mrs. Jane Martin, who has been visit
ing at the home of Mrs. Aridrow Gould,
and also at A. B, Gay's, left for Roches
ter Saturday. Mr. nnd Mrs, N. C. Buck
went to Burlington Friday, where Mr.
Buck attended the convention of firemen.
The Christian Endeavor society of the
Federated Church held a food sale at the
vestiy of the Baptist Church Saturday
nl'tei noon, from which they realized $10.
Mrs. David Adams went to Claremont,
N. H., Saturday for several days with
her mother. Mis. I.mindii Cleveland has
returned from Ttinbridgo, where she
went to Inspect the Woman's Relief
Corps. Mrs. Ellen Brown, who camo
from Pittslleld Thursday to visit her
sister, Mrs. C. R. Pratt, returned to her
home on Saturday. Mrs. Joseph Hamil
ton was summoned to Lowell, Mass.,
Saturday by the death of her hi other,
Dr. Packer, who was a prominent physi
cian In the city. Dr. Packer had reached
the age of CS years and for some time
had been suffering from diabetes. He is
survived by a wife and one son who
resides In Boston. The funeral was
held Sundny.-Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Vail
left Satuiday for the Vail farm In
Pomfret to visit her son, Solon Villi, hnd
wife j. .i,.ad held an auction In the
yard of the A, T. Neff stable Saturday,
which Included several articles of house
hold furniture, and other things which
they wish to dispose of beforii going to
j their new home In California. Mrs. J. B,
Adams has been 111 with bronchitis for
tn weeks, but Is thought to be gaining
at present. Miss Idn Rand left Saturday
for Albany, N. Y to enter the business
college for a six months' course. Mrs.
Edna Fairbanks, her mother, Mrs. Kim.
ball, and her daughter, Mrs. Lyndon
Thomas, wont to Newport, N. II., Satur
day, where the first two will remain
through the winter with Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Fairbanks. Mrs. Thoirins after a
slimt visit will go on to her home In
Schenectady, N, Y to Join her husband.
-Charles Pratt has returned to Massa
chusetts to teach In the Perkins Institute
for the Blind, which has been moved
from South Boston to Wateitown, Mass,
-Madam Austin of Fairfax, who has
been with her son nt neanvllle for three
weeks, went to her home I'ridny, Mrs
kins and family, who have been on an
extended carriage trip In Rochester,
Plttstleld, Montpeller and Berlin, returned
Saturday night and Mr. Hodgklns l.s much
Improved In health nnd now able to be
about his business.
Miss Julia Slack, who has been with
her brother. R. H. Slnck and family,
for three weeks, has gono to Leomin
ster, Mnfs., where she will pass the
winter with her mother, Mrs. Alda
(Slack) Phillips. Henry Waleott, who
has been In Rochester most of the
time for the last six months, returned
Monday to remain In his home here
this winter. With him came his
brotheif. Eaton Waleott, and his uls
ter, Mrs. Mary Hodgklns, who will
pass the winter with Mrs. Hodgklns's
daughter, Mrs. Estelle Gllson. Mrs.
Charles Brown, who has been In town
for the last few days the guest of
Judge and Mrs. J, W. Unwell, met her
father, Merrill Owen, here Monday.
Mrs. John l'dall arrived Tuesday
morning from Rochester, where she
hnd been for several days. Miss Ber
tha Morse visited her mother, Mrs.
-n Morse. Tuesday. Dr. A. L.
Cooper anil daughter, Miss Rosa
Cooper, went to Montpeller Tuesday
wlicio Or. Cooper attended the
meeting of the Vermont Bible society,
of which he is president. Mrs. A. C.
Bailey and her daughter, Mrs. Lettle
Bailey Smith, went Tuesday to
Brookfleld to visit Mr. and Mrs. Smith.
Mrs. Chester Hood of South Roynl
ton wns In town Monday to attend
the auction of the household goods of
Mrs. S. N. Gould at the late home of
Dr. S. N". Gould. The remains of Hor
ace Kent of Llshiut. N, H., were
brought here Monday and taken to
the home of his daughter, Mrs. Ernest
Manchester. 'j'uesday morning they
wore taken to East Randolph for bur
ial In the family lot. They were ac
compalned here by Mr. and Mrs. Ches
ter Kent, son and wife, nnd Daniel
Kent, another son, from Lisbon, N. II.
The new windows for the bank have
arrived and are In place nnd the new
ones In the store of J. II. Lamson's
sons have also been placed. Mrs.
Pearl Chamberlin of Montpeller, who
has been visiting her mother, Mrs.
Rose Coolldge, left Tuesday for Bar
nard. Mr. and Mrs. O. 1'. Northrop
were in town this week getting their
house on the Emerson terrace In
order, to which they expect to move
from Bethel next month. Mrs. Lucie
Vlall Beekman, who has been with
her mother, Mrs. W. 71. Vlnll. for sev
eral days, went to Boston and New
York for a few weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. S. S, Whltcomb left
Wednesday for Nashua, N. H to visit
their son, J3. S. Whltcomb, and his wife.
-Mrs. Parkhurst, who lives at Charles
Thurston's, left Wednesday for Plain
field, N. II. w. H. Pelton, who has been
In Norfolk, N. v., for a week, has re
turned. Mr. nnd Mrs. II. W. Vail, who
have been In Pomfret since Saturday
with Mr. and Mrs. Solon Vnll, returned
Tuesday to their home. Mrs. Martin
Washburn, who has been in Underbill
foi two weeks, returned Tuesday and
will be with Mrs. B. D. DuBols. The
first meeting of the season of the Chris
tian Brotherhood will be held Monday
evening In the parish house, when the
officers will be elected. Mrs. A. L.
Stearns of Springfield was In town Tues
day nnd after a few days will go to
Detroit to pass the winter with her sis
ter. At a progressive rally t be held
In the Chandler Music hall Thursday
nftcrnoon at 3:30 the principal speaker will
be James Garfield, son of the late ex
President Garfield, of Ohio. The Green
Mountain band will be In attendance.
Mr. and Mrs. Julian Washburn, who
have been nt the Inn for three weeks,
left Thursday for Springfield, Mass.. for
a short stay before going to Ralavi.i,
N. y, The ladles of Bethany Church
will give a farewell reception to Mr.
and Mrs. J, F. Mead nt tho home of Mrs.
W. E. Lamson Wednesday evening. Mrs.
Emily Burroughs, who hns been ill with
bronchitis for 10 days, docs not Improve
and Tuesday her condition was not as
favorable. fi. S. Whltcomb Is taking a
short vacation from his work nt Brlgham
creamery. Miss Alice Buck has been
elected delegate from the local Rebekah
lodge to the district meeting In North
field Friday night. Miss Caroline Hatch
left fur Burlington (n enter the Univer
sity of Vermont for her senior year,
which she was obliged to give up a year
ago on account of HI health. Mrs. Guy
Loudon nnd daughter, who have been
with Mrs. Loudon's mother, Mrs. E. L.
Melntyre, for two weeks, returned Tues
day night to Burlington,
Mrs. Helen Clark celebrated her blith-
day Saturday with Miss Alice Oilman,
injured, tint were severely shaken up and
liruiseu. I tie accident occurred In West
Charleston and was due to the horses
being frightened by an automobile. Tho
automobile had pased the .am and at
the top of the hill on which they passed
the automobile changed gnus und the
noise frightened the horses. They Jump
ed, bringing the wagon on to their heels.
The carriage was a total wreck and It Is
foitunate that the result was nut more
serious. C. O. Ormsbee of Montpeller,
who hns been engaged In the work of
trimming the shade tr. s ,,i the village,
has completed his wmk.
Mis. Henry Allen and daughter, Bernlce,
moved to the summer home of John
Chamberlin, Friday. Mlv Anna Patter
son returned from tin Mary Fletcher
hospital Friday much improved Mr. and
Mis. Wnlker with th"ir family moved
from their farm to the upper tenement
in the Shannon house. Mr. nnd Mrs.
II. P. Morse have moved to St. Johns
The Rev. M. W. Farman has so far re
covered from a serious cold that he went
to .Montpeller Mond.iv. The Rev. M. W.
Farman was called to Lowell October 3
to attend the funeral of Miss Stevenson.
Mr. Andrews of En.st Charleston, who
was In town visiting his aunt, Mrs. WI1
lard Farman, was called home early Sat
urday morning by the serious Illness of
his father, Mrs. Fred Curtis Is spend
ing a few weeks In North Hamp
ton, Mass., with her sister. New
ton Boutwell has moved Into A. W. Far
man's house. Mr. and Mrs. William
Kmnison have adopted the three weeks'
old child of William Wllley
Eva. daughter of S. F. and Cora
Stephenson, aged 19 years and seven
months, died October 5. The funeral
was held Thursday at the home of Mr.
and .Mr.i. Stephenson, the Rev. E. T.
Hard officiating. Those from out of town
to attenl the funeral of Miss Stephenson
were a sister, Miss Helen Stephenz-on,
of Concord, N. II., .Ir and Mrs.
Wlllllamson of Barton. Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Start of Bakerslleld, Mark Steph
enson, a brother from Sheldon, and
Pearl St-phenson, a brother, from Bak
erstleld. Abe Gladsln of New York Is In
town for a few days. Thu remains of
Mrs. Frank Mayn of Jay were brought
here Monday for funeral and burlnl.
Services were held at the St. Ignatius
Church, the Rev. Father Lavlgne of
ficiating. It. F. Winchester and family,
wno have lived in town for 15 years, have
moved to Royalton,
N. N. Morse and mother, Mrs, Perkins, w hose birthday occurred on the same day.
who have been In Montpeller, returned
Thu stockholders of Camp Randolph
met at the office of W. C. Emerson Frl
day night nnd elected the following of
fleers for the next year; President, A. E.
Bass; secretary and treasurer, W. C.
Emerson; directors. O. L. Mnrtln, Dr.
E, O, Blanrhiird, W. C Emerson, Capt.
J E Ehlrcdge, W 15 Lnmson.-'f he tun-
Monday, about 25 of Mrs. Clark's friends
and neighbors gavo her a surprlHo by
calling on her In a body, and presenting
her with substantial tokens of their
good will rind esteem. Richard Damon,
S6 years old, who suffered a shock about
two years ago, has hadtwo shocks with
in the past week. Ho has had harden
ing of the arteries for some time--Tho
Hethl high " f-.th,n !,., played
Willi. mi Reynolds Fariington,
youngest son of Mr, anJ Mrs. F. H
Farrlngton, met with a serious acci
leiit while automoblllng In Big Stone
City, South Dakota, Wednesday even
ing, and remained in an unconscious
condition until Thursday morning,
when he died. William R. (Ray) Far
rlngton was born In Brnndon on Janu
nry 1, 1 SSI. and wns graJuateJ with
honors from tho Brandon hlgn school.
Norwich University, Northllcld, the
University of Vermont and the Boston
University Law School. He was ad
mitted to the Vermont Bar but was
obliged to abandon his profession be
cause of his health, whlcn demando I
an outJoor life. His health finally
Improving he took a position with the
Gold Securities company In Big Stone
City, South Dakota, last May and was
connected with the mortgage loan de
partment of that firm, with whom in
a legal and business wuy he had ro
alized the prumisn of n successful
ca i eer
A meeting ot the book committee of the
Free library was held last evening at
the library looms. Clarenco II, Senter
of Mmtpeller, representing tho Phoenix
Insurance company, Hugh Phillips of the
Vermont Mutual company, Montpeller,
and Elmer B. Bailey ot the Homo In
surance company of Burlington were In
town this week adjusting the tiro loss
of the Centennial block, -J. K. Conant of
Lowell, Mass., Is In town for a few days.
W. H. Williams has opened a bakery
shop In tho stole room next to Fred
Spooner's. Mr. nnd Mrs. -rdwurd Rising
are visiting relatives In Glens Falls, N. Y..
this week. Earl Gold, who accompanied
jthe body of William P.. Farrlngton here
from Big Etono Clt, S. D., returns to
his homo to-day, Mrs. Lemlrn N. Man
chester went yesterday tu New York,
where sho will remain for somo time with
relatives. Mrs. Willis Ross of Rutland
wns In town yesterday, The Brandon
Dramatic club will go to Plttsford to
morrow evening and present thu play,
"Mr, Easyman's Niece," which they gave
hero last week, Osborne's orchestra will
accompany them and furnish music dur
ing the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Frank R.
Farrlngton, who were railed here by tho
death of William It, Farrlngton. return
to-duy to Now Yotk Frank K Cn-
ilie Re. W. M. Newton, Jiasti
wi" .Mijuioiiit Kpiscopnl enure
oonsocket, aritved In town Sati
nlitlit and Is it guest of K F Pn
Jr. At the Congregational pnrsi
Saturday forenoon J.-sse Earlo
and Miss Beatrice Burdlck, both of
hn, N. v., weie married by the
w i ui, ..,,, M. M , ... ....
til, ...! u,.r r,. ..
factory, but both will return to
iork. Miss Frcdla Morse went to
i1m1,1, c,,,,,..i ,. .
brothers. Al and l.r,i t,.to t
Rlckr.r nwrl .V,!.. Cl,u,i
..... .nw.iu -mauuiiii a. I
Mr. nnd Mrs. Edward S. Frary,
have been guests of Mr nt,d Mrs
I'nlmr.r T. l..f, 'v 1. ..
men- return trip to tn, ,r hi n, n B
' Y. Lugln, the two yeirs oil t hi
Mr ni,l T.-ij I -,, I ....... . . .. t.
I.s seriously 111 with InfaM u uira
There Is one other child In t e f ,mll
strict quarantine is k- t A i, mi
cases of mumps hae 'rok i o In
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. lio i w.n .
to Mldillebury by tho II'ikss of M ss
riet with appendicitis. Miss Bn
removed to Proctor It was thnug
would not he necess.srv to rner.it p.
nnd Mrs. Harold Atk ns nd dan
have moved Into the hulriu of Mrs
I lu Atkins.
N. N. Harris has moved from
ivuei ui ine i .ecu carni ana ins uri
ip,,.t ti i ...i . .
Sabln place at Montpeller. CI
Phi. mltor hnu rrt.',..1 1,1,. f 11..
peller. where thev win work fir
Harris. Walter Ordnvav, win has
giving on the llunnan Hairls
rlnnl.or e,,m,.,.L 1 i i
Montpeller. Ralph T. Rlc iardson
bought the John lilhln pkn e
Georgo Stone and has moved his fi
wiereio. l v n anil I'liimmcr kic
.jtt tm . i. , 1.SUI1 weiu III i-a
Tuesday on buslnss connected wi'l
Harry Goodell. with his family, a
me nome oi iewis strong. .Mr. anci
Ledden were up from Montpeller
Sir, t ti..,1l nnA C.n.ln., Tl,.n... T
who Is In poor health, and has been
terlng from pleurisy, Is somewhat b.
Mls Bebee, who has been visiting
home In Rupert. Walter Goodell v
his parents on Sundny -Miss I.
V., II Tnckl,, cti1,.nfc rt thrt .I-W a,-
are at their respective homes
in MiMcmp Court T tsiLlv mm
frank Median w i. .seru-n d to p
lino of and i -sts J?: 20 for ll
cUmt .shootinc" Ho nntrl th line md (
in vnru LtiniL' tit'iu iiuui.-"uii ' U't'iL
was heard at the May term this
Mrs. Charles Edd from Stowe
days. MJs Florence Pierce was at
over Sunday from the Montpeller
school. Mrs. F E. Johnson and
where they have been guests of
brothers, for several days. Mrs.
Austin went to Stowe Monday and
from Waterbury Center are vlsltln
from a three weeks' visit to her
In West Derby, N H - Mrs J.
, uit rv,t ... vt tt.vtt aa .1. -im
town the lntter part of the w
the schools arc closed and Misses
home. Mrs. C. J. Green- nd .-
ton, spent Friday and Satin. 1 v p j
poller. Mrs. Clayton Ki w n r d
tn c-ttii'i aim rui t.icirg .Mass '
iiuve ot i icontieioun. i
in town. Miss Marv MrC n
Incr lev innfner In .fuvmirr M ss -
were united In mUrnnf-e M n. nt
bury by the Rev W. E Douglass.
Farmers are digging potatoes,
are rotting bad v -Mrs , G
town. .Mrs. iimn wii.g'-n is spun
nor clnuuhiei. .Mrs n e imuun
Clarence Unstlugs of S laren sunt
day with his patents, Mr ami Mrs.
Hastings George Warren Is 1
visit Mrs. Wellingtons slsti
t-iiutj. i m j ... ......
Mis. Edmund Ch.ipln .nd Mrs
.is guests ol Mr. and Mis Evi H
ninns sir. una -mis c i vwuu ao
panted by Ward Qiiluliu started T
iimv niiiriiirur iiv :iuliiiiii)uiii ill in
Owasso, Mich, where Mr Wnrd (.oes
nusiuess nun iifiti iue aie in v.
an assistant. .in ami ,urs .v c it
WHO U, is ueeii cuipi" ' ti u. -i "
bury the past season, moves Into
by Mr. Hionson.
.UTS. JUbCDIl lllCUL'l la tMUl ill1! Iia
ter In Burlington.- Loul.so Allen, who
been In poor health for a long time.
UClOUer l muei' iiuiu uui Ul low
attend the funeral Monday were Mr.
Allen and daughter of Barre nnd
.Mermen iiicuaruaun cu waiisuc
Charles Bragg of B.irro Is spending
were In Granville Sunday Mr, nnd
l. lV Lnmli are. In Amherst. Mn. T
Mortality has been spending sov
weeks In Providence, R I Mr and
(X'nutlliueil tin page 13.)