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TTTFj BURLINGTON FREE PRESS AND TIMES : THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, ina,
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I' Allll WANT LID on shares or to rent
tilts fall or by the first ot AInreh. Jolm
Valnta, 11, J J. No. 1, Shoreham,
rOONO EXPERIENCED FARAIER
wants to nut or take furm on shares.
Can give good references. tSuy C. War
ren, WML-ton, Vt. 2l,,fit.iw2l
FOR 6AL13 nt a cut price to close out
tlila branch of my business: Six $1S va
cuum cleaners at J10 each; two $50 va
cuum cleaners nt $.'10 each; one $.to va
cuum cleaner at $20; three new Royal
typewriters, regular price $05, closing
price $33 each. Don't let this opportu
nity pass for these prices never will
come before you again. .1. H. May, 152
Church street, Burlington, Vt.
FOURTEEN-ROOAI HOUSE for snle, In
first-class 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
alao situated on this property. Best of
reasons for selling at once. Ward
Johnson, Middlesex, Vt. I24,dScwtf
CTL PORTRAITS, hand painted In na
tural colors for political banners, :t3 Inch
heads, all candidates, six dollars each.
Lettering In black on IS Inch white
cloth 12 cents per running foot. Turkey
Red oil dyed cloth, 21 Inch strips. 22
cents per foot. Send cash with orders.
Theatre, hall and stage scenery painted
and placed. Charles 11. Andrus, Artist
Painter, Enosburg Falls, Vt.
PAIR OF TWIN HOLSTEIN STEERS
for sale, very evenly marked, IS months
old, broke to tho yoke. I.. W. Baldwin,
New Haven, Vt. ltv,4t
CALIFORNIA If you contemplate seek
ing a home In California I can offer
you some extremely good bargains In
California farm and fruit lands; nlso
suburban residence properties. J. W.
Hobson. 1,011 Phclan building, San
VOTICB how little it costs to toll
thousands of readers In many towns
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.
THE PLAZA CAFE,
.nw iiuitMxnTo.v block,
120 61. I'nul Street, Burlington Vermont.
STANDARD STEAM LAUNDRY
Office 14B Cherry street. H. W. Bul
lock, proprietor. Fine Shirt. Collar and
Cuff Work. 'Phone 3S-11 or send post,
nl and driver will call.
FRANK S. LANOU & SON,
Practical Plumbers nnil Menm Fitter.
00 M. Paul Street.
Next North Burlington Sittings flank.
168 North St. Tel. 965.
Call Anmrrrrd Day or Night,
A LARGE TERRITORY
FOLLY FARMS cnnnlsti of about
1,200 acres; about 800 acres of which
Is woodland, the timber being a good
growth of PINE. SPRUCE. HEMLOl'lC.
OAK, ASH. BIRCH, etc.
There Is for sale a PORTA RLE
MILL on the property.
There aro flvo dwelling' houses and
While eight miles from Hrattiebnro
lhere Is a good road, practically all
The property is offered for Inspcc.
lion and bids are solicited; tho bids
may bo iiihiIh In one or more of three
ways: 1st, for all Umber above speci
fied size, 2d. for all timber and cord
wood, ,lrd, for t ie entire holdings in
cluding land and buildings.
Tho right Is reserved to i eject any
Mid nil bids.
OcV''1"1! ia'"1'" roef'lvp1 -Monday,
For further particulars address
West Bruttleboin, vt,
Make New Ruds
rom your old carpets. Making rugs
from old carpets is our specialty, and
the price Is low.
STANDARD RUG CO,,
200 .V, WIihiomM Ate. 'Phone lillll.ll.
A gooa rami, two-story house in
pool repair, now barn with basement,
ties up 20 head, fields smooth ani frea
"rom stone. New sugar house, good
ugar works, running water, plenty
,cood and timber, two horses, ten cows,
ilx head of young stock, all tool
?rops, etc.. only J.t.fiOO,
REYNOLDS REAL ESTATE CO.,
1IM t.OLl.l.l.U yiltLLT,
Burlington, - Vermont.
tVarina, tiuurrles, Ttinberlands, Luke
Local Items of Interest From All
Parts of the Green Moun
THE NEWS BY COUNTIES
From the Island In the Lake to
the Passumpsic, Along Otter
Creek and by the Shores
of White River.
The annual Inspection of the Middle
bury lire department was held Saturday
ntternoon. The procession was madu up
as follows: Chief Marshal John 1). Wood
.".ml aides, Mlddlebury bund, Chief of Po
lice Frank Warren and policemen; Mld
dlebury lire department, Fay C. Warren
chief, Rattell Hose company, M. A. Hu
har foreman; Volunteer Hose company,
E. E. Turner foreman; isley Hook and
Ladder company, George Kidder, Jr.,
foreman; Father Daley Council, Knights
of Columbus, on foot, and William 1'. Rus-f-ell
Post, No. 80, O. A. R., with village
trustees In automobiles. The sports were
run off in front of tho postollicu: Hose
race, Volunteers of !iS Hose company,
r.1 3-1 seconds; 100-yard dash, Ira Pond
llrst, Felix Cole, Jr., second, Arthur For
ibt third, John McMuhon fourth, William
AlcGee llfth and Arthur Trudo sixth,
time, 121-2 seconds; obstacle race, Ira
Pond llrst, Arthur Forest second and
Felix Cole, Jr., third, William A. Morgan
fourth; hurdle race, Ira Pond flr.st, W. A.
Morgan second tind Arthur Forest third,
time, 10 seconds; tug of war, between tho
business men an tho llremen, was won
by tho business men. After the sports.
tho fire department, headed by tho Mid
dlebury band, went to the college cam
mis, where a football game was played
between the Proctor high school team and
the 'Mlddlebury high school team, result
ing In a score of S to 0 In favor ot Middle
bury. The Are department at six o'clock
went to the rooms of the Volunteer Hose
company, where a banquet was served
and an enjoyable evening was pent.
Rena Rochl, the yenr-old daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Rochl of Mill street,
who had been ill but a few days, died
Simdav. The funeral was held Alondayuft-
irnoon at two o'clock with burial In the
Catholic cemetery. Tho cattle shipment
Monday consisted of two carloads. Mrs
William Morcomb, Sr., and Mrs. John
Morcomb have returned from a few days
In Rutland. -M. J Richmond, who has
been in the employ of A. W. Carey for
tho past few years, has resigned his post
Hon and taken a position with the Rut
land railroad as fireman. The Rev. A. A.
Lancaster has gone to Bellows Fulls on
a business trip in connection with the
Congregational Churches of the State.
L. S. Collins, who has been in this sec
tion for the past few weeks, has returned
to Greensboro Bend. -Monday, market
day, eggs brought SO to 40
cents and butter brought 27 to 32.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Cota hafo loturn
ed from Rutland. Mr. nn3 Mrs. R. W
Sttirtovnnt have returned after 10
days In Connecticut. H. J. Hnyes has
returned from Rurlington. wnere h3
spent Sunday with his family. airs.
Plnney of North Pleasant street has
moved to Leicester Junctron, where
she will mak" her future home.
The Labarce society of the Con
gregational Church will hold a
rummago sale In the basement of
the town hall Friday. Mrs. Charles
Lamson, who has been the guest of
Mrs. M. A. Munroe, has returned to
AuburnJale, Mass. Ex-Gov. John W
Stewart and daughter, Mrs. J. Walter
Sylvester, have gone to Detroit, Mich,
and after a visit there, will go to Now
York city and Wilton, N. H. Miss
Elizabeth Caswell has returned from
Fort i; lward, N. Y,, where she went t"
attend the wedding of Miss Genevieve
Taylor and Albert Keating. Father
Daley Council, Knights ot Columbus,
observed Columbus day Saturday
evening. Thoy went In a body to St
Mary's Church and attended henollc
tion at 7:30. after which they went to
the town hall whore a lecturo was
given by Charles A. Zenkert, editor of
I "Tho Livo Issuo" of New York, "So
Iclallsm a Moral and Civic Menace." -i.
wince Dr. Noble has been 111, Dr. Frank
Sanborn of New Haven hns been at
Dr. Noble's office. Dr. Noble has been
suff oiing from an attack of neuritis,
with complications, but is improving
slowly. Arthur Fittn, who spent tho
past month in Plttsford, has returned.
Roger Ryan, who has been 111, l
able to bo out. 'Fred Newton has re
turned from Hastn Harbor, where he
was called by the death of a brother.
Mrs. William .McCoy anl young daugh
ter have returned from Hrldport whoro
they havo been visiting her parents
Mr, and Mrs. La Id Mlnner, for tho past
ten days. The high scnonl football
team played a practice game with t li -
college team Monday afternoon to
glvo the college boys practice. Thu
Y. M. C. A. boys and tho Hoy Scout
will linl.l their corn roast on tho bank
of the creok back of tho marblo mill
William Fltts has bought tho Illalr
farm In the east part of tho town. Ed
ward Thomas Is confined by an attack of
rheumatism. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Wells,
Mr. uml Mrs. J. M, Hurko and K. P.
Cusliman have gone to Hoston. M. Du
paid has returned from Burlington, where
l.e went to see his children In tho chil
dren's home ot that clty.-Charles Vlcker,
who was badly shaken up at the under
pass while ut work two weeks ago, has
mi far recovered as to be able to be about
again. Mr. and Mis. (Icorgo Fundi
of College street are the parents
of a daughter. Mrs. James McCtm has
gone to Rutland. -Phillip Vassuu has
gone to llurllngton, where ho Iiiih a position.-
Tho weekly educational meeting of
Almolutely Without Pnln,
Tho only office In Burlington whero
you can get teeth exinn ted without a
particle of pain, without taking gas.
My method Is used by no ithei' person.
No p'rin; no danger, no after effects.
1)11. l li. ll.ty.nv.
Office. 2114 Main St., Burlington. Vt.
Oftlco Hours. 10 to 3. 7 to i
the Progressive club wag held In tho town
hall Tuesday evening and was largely
attended. Tho Rev. iB. U. Bosworth of
Bristol and Quy B. Horton ot Burlington
addressed the meeting.
Charles li Youtt, E. k. Jones an-1
Myron Fales havo returned fronuBur
llngton, where thoy attended tho 40t'.i
annual reunion of the Vermont cav
alry, of which they wore all members.
Tho Y. M. C. A. boys and tho Boy
Scouts held a well attended com roast
on the bank of the river back of tho
marblo mill Tuesday evening. Thero
was a good attendance. Mrs. Jesso
Boulia, who has been 111 for some tlmo
at her home on Seymour street, was
taken considerably worse TuesJay
night and her condition is now
thought to bo hopeless. Mr. and Mrs.
Otis Flannagan entertained a largo
number at their homo In tho east nnrt
of the town Tuesday oven'ng. Refresh
ments were served and a pleasant
evening wns enjoyed by all present.
Among tho people In town are Mr. and
Mrs. Wlllnrd Rendc of Rutland, ,T. G.
Ready of Springfield, Mass., Mr. and
Mrs. Ocorgo Hayncs of Woodstock, D.
A. Walworth of Whiting, and C. 12.
Howard of Tucson, Arizona. C. V
Rich has gone to New York city for
a week. 1. T. Bourdeati has gone t-
Montreal for a week. James M'tohell
has returned from Leicester. -Mr. and
Mrs. Cloorgo T. Champalgne havo gone
to Now York city. -Thero will be nice
home-made candy at the rummage
sale In the lower town hall Friday.
Edward L. .Mack, son ot Postmaster and
Mrs. Thomas Mack, a graduate of Union
College, class of 1fd2, who Is taking a
graduate course In chemistry at Cornell
University, has been appolnte 1 an as
sistant In the chemical labratory at that
institution. Mrs. Adelbcrt Hall has re
turned to Worcester, Mass., after a visit
to her husband's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Homer Hall, ami Hut relatives. N. (i.
Hannemaii has on exhibition at Neville's
ding store a potato of the flreen moun
tain variety that weighs two pounds and
10 ounces. A chicken pie supper was
served In the parlors of the Methodls:
Episcopal Church Tuesday evening. Pro
ceeds for church expenses. Mr. and Mrs.
P. It. Tyrell spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Herbert Sumner of Mlddlebury.
Mrs. James Casey and daughter ot Bris
tol are visiting In town. Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Povell of Post Mills, Thetford,
on an automobile tour through this sec
tion, were week-end visitors of their
daughter, Miss Vera Powell, at the homo
of Mr. and Mis. R. L. KIngsland. Frank
Dalgneault went Saturday to Binllngton
to assist the Eagles' band to furnish
music for the I oluinbns day celebration.
Mrs. Alexander Bennett has returned
from the Fanny Allen hospital, Wlnooskl.
Mr. and Mrs Henry Cross have returned
to Essex. N. Y., after visiting their
daughter. Mrs. William Sorrell. Judge
and Mrs. Warren Peck have returned
fiom a week's visit to Miss Jennie
Lattln and other friends in Burlington.
Leonard J. lienaud has opened a mil
linery store In the rooms over Dalgneault
& Barrows's barber shop. Mrs. A.
P. Necdhan-. Is seriously III. The
condition of Miss Ruth Scott, daughter of
Alderman and Mrs. E. C. Scott, Jr., who
Is ill with pneumonia, Is critical. Mr.
L. G. Whltford Is passing the week with
friends In Addison and Hrldport. Mr.. O.
G. Farnsworth and Mrs. F. 15. Hathaway
r,f Burlington and Mrs. George Southwlck
and Miss May Southwlek of Montpeller
were guests at R. Hlsbee's last week.
Miss Addle Iilsbeo left for Bradford Mon
day morning, being called there by thu
death of her aunt.
F. M. Crosby or St. .lo.insbury, a
former resident, is visiting In town.
Mrs. Antolne Shorkey and Mrs. George
Blakely are visited In Lincoln. Tho
condition of Miss Ruth Scott Is still
critical. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Liberty
recently visited their aunt, Miss Mary
J. Alden, and their sister, Mrs. Leo
Larrow, making the trip from Worces.
ter, Mass., by automobile. A Wilson
and Marshall flag was Hunir to thi
breeze across Main street Tuesday.
Monday Dr. V. W. Waterman. W. P..
Warner and Peter Jcntien went .luck
hunting and bagged 2-S ducks. Tues
day G. Ralll and Fred 1-ebeau shot
1C. The condition of Mrs. A. P. NeeJ-
ham Is slightly Improved.
Alli-s Ruth Pearl, daughter of Alder
man and Mis. K. C. Scott, Jr., died yes
terday morning after a short Illness with
pneumonia, uged 10 years. She was a
member of the Vergennes high school,
class IMG, and also of the Delta Alpha
society. The funeral will be held at the
Methodist Kpiscopal Church at two
o'clock Friday afternoon. F. L. Grandy
has putchascd the Vergennes Auto com
pany's garage. Mrs. Louis Chase and
niece, Miss Marjorlo Bernard, of Spring
field, Mass., are visiting their sister and
aunt, Mis. Ashton Fisher. Mrs. Frank
Pierce and daughter, Miss Mary Pierce,
aro Isltlng In town. Miss Kthel Tull
Is visiting her aunt, Miss Murphy, of
Brooklyn, N. V. Mr. and Mrs. ('. L M.
Calsse aro visiting In Montreal. A
Roosevelt and Johnson flag was flung
to the breeze across Main street yes
terday afternoon. Mrs. Annetto More of
Chailevolx, Mich., is isitlng her
sister, Mrs. John Douglass. Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Champine of Now
Haven visited In town ycsteiday. The
ladles of the Methodist Church cleaied
over $30 from their chlcken-ple supper
Representative and Mrs. T. C. Varnev
weru at home from Montpeller over Sun
day. Dr. F, T. Hriggs returned from
Montpeller Saturday where he attended
the meeting of the Statu Medical society,
Mrs. L. L. Lawrence has returned to
Mlddlebury after several weeks lure and
In Lincoln. 'Mrs, Illla K. Dana and Mrs.
Sarah' S. Atwood icturned Saturday trom
a carriage drive to Huntington and Lin
coln. A large amount of work Is being
done In Holy Cross Catholic cemetery,
and $S3 has been raised by subscription to
insist In the work, Mrs, Sarah A, Dumas
returned Friday from a 10 days' visit In
St. Johnsbury, Bethel and Charlotte. Mr.
and Mrs. L. A. Nen and daughter, Helen,
pro visiting In Phllmont, N. Y. Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Owen aro In Hrldport for an In
definite .stay. George Jacobs and family
have moved hero from New Haven Mills.
Tho bank was closed Saturday, It be
ing a legal holiday.
Leon Dean of the University of Ver
mont was the guest of relatives over
Sunday. K. L. Grow of New Haven
visited lelatlves here Sunday. Dr. W. H,
Morgan and family were Sunday visitors
in Mlddlebury. Miss Roxa Chase Is visit
ing her brother and sister In Sprlnglleld,
Mass. II. C Brown of Huillngton was
nn over-Siinduy visitor heie. It. J. Oaks
has severed his connection with the
furniture and undertaking business of II,
W. Varney and K, S, Ladiio has taken
his place A daughter wub born Sunday
night to Mr. and Mrs, Hurray Hewitt.
The lemalus of James Caldwell were
brought here from Kuoshurg Saturday
night anil taken to Lincoln for burial.
He was a brother of the late Uilmun
Caldwell of this town. Mrs. Jnmes Casey
and daughter aro visiting In Veigonnec-
11. I'. Clement of Brandon wus in town
ycgtcrday.-A. J, Caldwell and family of
Snogburg Falls were in town Saturday.
Roy Blcknell and daughter of Mcrodlth,
N. H nro visiting his parents, Mr. and
Mrg. W. E. Blcknell, and other relatlveg.
Election returns will bo received In
Holley hall Tuesday evening, Novem
Margaret, tho little daughter of Mr.
and Mrg. Ralph Denlo, la sorlouely 111.
Mrg. E, L. Shorwln and son, Sum
ner, aro spending a week with her
slsor, Mrs. Arhtur Stevens, In Corn
wall. Mr. and Mrs. If, C. E. Bristol
visited In Vergennes tho first of tho
week, Nearly 100 yonrs ago an old
Indian Jlcd in this town and it rs now
planned to placo a monumotit over his
grave. George Robins of Oroton hns
come to make his home with his
daughter, Mrs. James Ridley. Ho is
n veteran of tho Civil War. Mrs. H.
P. Shcrwln and Miss Jennlo M. Grow
visited In New Haven yesterday.
There was a heavy frost here yoster-
day morning with the temperature
down to 30 degrees. C. C. Currier hns
sold his place on Spring street to Ford
Thomas. Mrs. Willis Ferguson is
visiting her sister, Mrs. B. E. Wallace,
In Wnterbury Mrs. Hannah Need
nam Is visiting m Ferrlsburg unJ Bur-llngton.--P.
J. Clifford Is visiting In
Rutland. Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Holtani
have returned from several days In
Rutland. O. H. Ring of Huntington
Is visiting in town. W. A. Lawrence
was it business visitor In Mlddlebury
yesterday. Miss Colin Leinay of Bur
lington Is visiting her sister, Mrs. O.
H. Plain, Letters unclaimed in tho
postofflce October 15, Mrs. T. J. Sex
ton, D. E. Brlghnm, Perry Dean, W. E.
Daniels, Arthur Devoid, Edward Gll
inore, O. E. Maymee, O. R. Odctt, John
Pott, T. L. Rose, Ernest Selas, Joseph
Thomas. B. B. Bosworth spoke at a
progressive mooting In Mlddlebury
Tuesday evening. W. II. Ramsey and
N. S. Rnmsey of Hurllngton were In
town yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. George
Stone of Vergennes wero m town yes
A quiet and pretty wedding took place
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry M.
Foote of Cornwall at eight o'clock Fri
day evening, when their only daughter,
Ruth Elizabeth, was united In marriage
to Harrison W. Hillings, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ransom Billings of New Haven.
Tho ceremony was performed by the
Rev. Richard B. Estcn, D. D., pastor of
tho Baptist Church of Mlddlebury. in tho
presence of the Immedlntc family. The
bridal party entered the parlor to tho
strains of the Lohengrin march played
by .Mrs. Normnn S. Foote. The bride
was gowned In pearl rrey silk poplin.
the wedding dress her mother wore 27
years ago. She carried a bouquet of
white carnations. The house was decorat
ed with asters, sweet peas and autumn
leaves. The bridal couple made their de
parture on nn early evening train for a
short honeymoon after which they will
reside nt Windsor, whero Mr. Billings
Joseph Wise, guest at Chailcs Riley's,
has returned to Worcester Mrs. Kate
Sherman of Attleboro. Mass.. is with her
sister, Mrs. Anna Wltherell. Mr. and Mrs
Frank Towner have returned from Wllls
boro. N. Y. Mis. Martha Payne Is at
J. It. Payne's in Rutland. Joseph Hc-
sette has moved Ills family to Mlddle
M. M. Baker, an aged and lifelong resi
dent of this village, died at his home here
Friday morning. He leaves ti wife, a son.
Charles M. Baker, a daughter. Mrs. Har
ley A. Clark, and four grandchildren
The funeral was held at the house
Sunday afternoon at one o'clock.
Manlier N. Baker died at his home on
Wittir street Friday morning at the ago
of 73. He leaves a wife, a laughter and
a son all of whom were with him In
his last days. Mr. Baker was born and
spent most of his llf In this placo and
ever manifested a deep Intiust In tho
welfare of the town. The funeral was
largely attended from his late homo Sun
day afternoon, conducted by the Rev.
E. W. Hnllowell. The floral gifts were
many and beautiful. Interment wns at
the Monument cemetery. Miss Eliza
Harrington of Bennington, J. A. Har
rington and Miss Lucy Harrington of
Vergennes, L. H. Dodge of Rutland, Mrs.
Addle Sayles of Poultncy, Daniel and
Herbert Holmes of Whiting were In town
Sunday to attend the funeral of Mr.
Baker. Mis. Maggie Tyler of Hurllngton
Is at the Tyler homo for a few days
Rally day will be observed by thu
Methodist Sunday school, Sunday. Grant
Sturfevnnt is moving his family here
fre.ni Rutland and will occupy the II, ir
ilngton house on Water stieef. Nelson
Merrill has moved to Panton. This
Ladles' Aid of the Methodist society will
glc a L'hleki-n-plr supper at the church
parlors Friday evening, October .'-.
Mis. Leon Cody went to the Mary
Fletcher Hospital In Burlington last
week, where she underwent a surgical
operation and Is as comfortable as could
be expected.-Daniel Wheeler, who has
been entertained at tho W. B. Lary
home, letumed to Mnlnn, N. H.. Tiles
day. Oscar Parker Is 111. Edward Bost
wkk was In Bristol the llrst of thu week.
H, Hubbard was at homo from
Montpeller from Friday till Tuesday.
MNs Mary Ellis of 1'lttsfleld. who Is
teaching school In South Hollow, was a
gtnst of S. F. Riley and family from
Friday till Monday. Mr. and Mrs.
Chinks Melntlre visited their cousin, O.
L. Parker, who Is III. -Mrs. C. R. Bagley,
who has been in Randolph two weeks
returned home the last of tho week. Air.
and Alts. Fin! Eleat of Warren w'a.s In
town Sunday. Airs. Clarence Ford of
Chicago In visiting relatives In town for
a few dnH. Louis Ongnon, who lias been
with his parents, Air. and Airs. Joseph
Gagnon, has returned to Wllllamstown.
-Gturge Sargent Is In Rochester this
week to work at carpentering work for
the International Lumber company Airs.
Julia Vinton Is entertaining Airs. W. J.
Lamb of Soniervllle, Alas-s., who returns to
her home this week. A. B. Brown of
Hethel Is at his nephew's, George Sar
Airs. Alary Wooster left for Seattlo,
Wash, to visit her daughter, Addle,.-The
annual dinner of the Congregational
Church was held i hursday. The Thilis
luy dm, will nieot with Mrs. Daisy
Holmes Thursday, October 2I.--A Leap
yar dance will bo given at the town hall
October is, by t, Thursday club.-ltlch-anl
Lewis was In llurllngton Tuesday.
Tile Ladles' Aid society Is lo have a
sale Tuesday evening, October i'i at tho
chuiih parlors, and the chinch Is to
have their harvest supper at the sanio
tlmu.-.May Crane was at home from the
State m hool a short time last week.
Grand Vi w Grange Is to have a corn
nlgllt at their hall Friday evening and a
supper will bo served.- Airs. Charles
O'Brynn has been ill.-Mrs. R. It.
O'Bryan returned to her home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Myron Smith were In
Bristol lagt week, the guests of Mr.
Smith's uncle, Mr. Luman Bmlth ana
George Cupee of Boston, Mass., is
grading lumber for Mr. Ober at his mill
and In Bristol at the depot
Mrs. Paul Field entertained the
Daughters of Ruth Tuesday. A progres
sive supper was held at the Methodist
Kpiscopal Church, parlors Wednesday even
ing. Mrs. More, who Is ill. Is about the
fcaine. The O.and G.club met at the home
of Clayton Ellis Wednesday evening. The
Progressives will meet In the town hall
Thursday evening, mnttcrs of Importance
will bo discussed. Dunmorc Orange will
meet Frldny evening and the first and
second degrees will be conferred upon
four candidates. Miss Roxana Kclsey Is
spending a few days with Ailss Margaret
Sevcry. The Salisbury Improvement so
ciety held a business meeting at Dr.
Read's Tuesday and a social at the town
hall. Mr. and Mrs. O. II. Cloyeg expect
to stnrt Thursday for a six weeks' trip
to Kansas, nnd other places in tho West.
Atlss Bessie Glpson hus returned after
spending a few days at the home of F.
W. Whitney. Mr. and Mrs. Orrln Nelson
are In New York vlsltlnt; at tho home of
Allen H. Nclson.-Mr. and Airs. J. E.
Weeks were In town over Sunday. Mr.
and Airs. AI. A. Thomas nre In Alontpe
ller. Wallace Swan and family havo
moved into the La Francis house for the
Floronla Grange entertained Beaver
Glen Grange Frldny evening. After the
exercises n chlcken-ple supper was serv
ed by tin ladles of Floronla Orange.
The little child of Clinton Kimballs. who
was taken seriously 111 with pneumonia,
died from convulsions. Airs. Albert
Brown and son, Randall, and AILss Lena
Gee of Bristol visited their brothers.
W. H. and B. C. Gee, Sunday. Airs.
June Smith icturned from Burlington
Saturday, where she visited her sister,
who Is 111. Eugene Cox has so far re
covered, as to be taken from the hospital
to tho home of tils daughter In Ferrls
burg. Airs. F. H. Dean, who has visit
ed in Burlington the past tew days, re
turned home Friday. Miss Beswlo Stet
von was united in marriage to Fred
Rotax, at the home of her sister and
husband, Air. and Airs. George Keyes, in
Lincoln on the 10th, by the Rev. E. R.
Stono of Bristol. They are taking a car
riage drive through the north part of the
Stute. Airs. Fred N. Dean and children
of West Fall lee aro visiting In town.
Airs. George Noyes of Salisbury, Is visit
Ing her daughter, Airs. G. C. Cornell.
AIlss Abble Kemp visited in town Sun
day. The Rev. and Airs. I. P. Kellogg
left Saturday with their son, Phelps, for
their new homo In Gllbertvllle, Alass.,
where they are to live on the farm re
cently purchased by Air. Kellogg, Jr.
Friday evening Aliss Anna B. Chase
was pleasantly surprised by a mis
cellaneous shower given her at her
homo In honor of her approaching
marringe to Richard A. W111B3
Friends from Ferrlsburg, Charlotte.
Addison nnd Waltham were present
She received many beautiful and use
ful presents. meluJlng silver, china
and linen. Refreshments were Bervod
ami a very pleasant evening spent.
Airs. Ella Jones has returned after 10
days passed in Rutland. Airs. Eliza
Rich lias returned from Castleton, whero
she attended the wedding of her niece,
Aliss Hnzcl Benedict. Mr. and Airs.
Jonas Hlrchard are passing a month
with her sister In Alontana. Air. and
Alts. Bert Alunger aie caring for the
home In their absence. Russell Whlt
ford of Clown Point came to bo pres
ent at the funeral of Air. Northrop.
The remains of Samuel J. Northrup
wcri' brought from Utlca, reaching hero
Wednesday, October &, and were taken to
the honiu of Dr. and Airs. Howard. His
brother, B. H. Northrup of Pittsburg,
Pa., sister, Dr. Elizabeth Squires, nnd
nephew, Dr. Herbert Squires of Utlca,
came with them. The funeral service
was held Thursday ut 2:00 p. m, in
the church, the Rev. Chris Williams of
Oi well officiating.
The remains of Ailss Harriet Alllllngton,
who died In tlm Vilas Home for Aged
Ladles, were burled In Lake View ceme
tery Friday afternoon. Aliss Mllllngton
taught here for many years, but lived
elsewhere for some years. The Lake
House at Larabce's Tolnt has closed for
the winter. Air. and Airs. Ives have re
turned their home In Tlconderogn. Air.
and Airs. Frank Aloore of Watertown, N.
Y , passed Sunday with his father, L. E.
Aloore. H. H. Northrup and Dr. Eliza
beth N. Squires returned to their hontes
Alonday. Dr. Lambert of Mlddlebury oc
cupied tliu Cougiegatlonul nulnlt Sundav
There will be preaching next Sunday.
-Mr. arid Airs, smith of Allddlebury passod
Sunday at Patrick Alehan's. E. H.
Aloore, town representative, passed Sun
day at home. Airs. W. T. Delano enter
tained the Aloravlan club pleasantly
Hiram Alorse, nn old and esteemed
resident of tills town, died Monday, the
7th, affter a lingering illness of two
years with Brlght's disease. He was 7S
years of age. He held many prominent
offices In town and represented the town
at the Legislature In 1906. Air. Alorse Is
survived by his wife, a son, Harry, and
daughter, Exie, of this town. Tho funer
al was held from his late homo Thurs
day, at J:oa p. m. The Rev. R. H. Wash-
bum of Brandon officiated. A quartet
rrom urandon sang. Interment was In
the family lot of this town.-AIr. and
and Airs. Austin Johnson gave a party
at their home Friday evening for Aliss
The Ladles' Aid societv held n
chicken-pie supper Wednesday evenlnd
nt Allen hall. Supper was served
xrom six until eight o'clock. Miss
Blanche Field Is confined to her homo
by Illness, Jny Ball is at hl hnm.
having decided not to go to St. Albans
for treatment.-Mrs. Esma Palmer, Airs.
v reu itigueo and Al ss Sadie llnrH-.-(nn
havo been chosen as deleca tcs tn tllA
State Sunday school convention nt Bnrre.
ueoige Miorttuecves anil fmnliv nr
living in the liousjo recently vacated by
II- V. Ityan, carrier of No. l it. i. n..
has been having a vacation of a week.
The Rev, J. c. Williams orricint.,H n...
funeral of Samuel Northrop In Shorcliam
on i uursuuy.-cuptaln W. H. Horturi
mis reiurned to his home for tho win
ter. Walter Root hus moved to i,,i,,,.,.,
having taken a farm there u..n. a
Present went Saturday to Corinth lo
i.uenu ino luneral of his father, George
r. i rise. m, wno mtd a khock at Brat
tleboro Friday, at 6;00 p, ,., vlll(? ,,.
tliuu an nour uctcr. The Rev, J. c. Wil
liams conducted services Sunday at 3:00
P. nt. tn the school hnnti. at t.n unH,
-George Prescott, who died Friday, was a
...wnuoroi unn vt. vol. and served over
iur yearn m me civil War. lie leaves
a wife and seven children, Henry A. of
' w next to trie youngest.
Miss F&rrell nt nnritn , .
cd after a visit at Mrs. Frank Quln-
".-"ir. ana Mrs. A. a. Heath aro
the parents of a bo v. hnm ca,.., ...
C. li. Kimball and daughter. Bertha, are
viBuuiK in ueorgia ana St. Albans. A
miscelaneous shower was given Saturday
In honor of Lucy Denn o,. i
of Carml E. Scott. About 20 ladles at
tended and tho gifts were many. Cards
are out announcing the approaching mar
riage ot miss i.ucy Dean and Edwin
a ray of Vergennes.
Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Younv nr t.ii.,
attended the Friend's quarterly meeting
in Monnton mage. isugene Cox has re
turned from the Mary Fletcher hnniai
much improved In health. Miss Ella
Sprague visited friends tn town over
Suslo Currier Is at homo from H.-irre
schools being closed on account of small
pox. Reta Role was at homo from St.
Johnsbury over Sunday. Air. Rnnmn
has purchased the Hiram Daniels place
mis slue of Greensboro Bend. Carroll
French and family spent Sunday at
ueorge Jackson n Cabot Eucene Ran
som visited his daughter. Airs. Jewel, In
St. Johnsbury the first nt thn gir
Ernest Fnrr, who has employment In
Plttsfleld, Alass., was here last week and
loaded his household goods to bo shipped
to that place. Mrs. Harry Judkln nnd
cnilelren Visited in Wn den over Sundav
Air. and Mrs. Charles Goodrich of Hard
wick spent the week-end with their
daughter, Mrs. R. E. Battles,
There Is a possibility that Essex
Junctron may get the now passenger
station which the Central Vermont
uatiwuy company has talked of for
several years. At tho hearing on the
accident of September 12, when a scom
or moro were injured by a collision.
conditions wero found to be Inadequate
for the proper protection of trains in
the yard, and the public service com
mission will take under advisement a
scheme to move the station to a site
that will allow trains to pass on either
side of the building. The accident
under discussion, it appears, was
caused by the wrong display of signals
and the location of tho semaphore
was criticize! by tho commission.
Paul Blssonette, who conducts the
boarding house at the Drury Brick &
Tile company's yard, has about 30
pounds of cure!, home-grown tobacco
Mr. Blssonette, about Alay 25, plantod
a plot of lund of about 72 square feot.
xne pinnis grew rrom three and a
half to four feet high and the leaves
were about one anJ one-half feet long.
Mr. Blssonette, who Is from Canada,
does not like the tobacco sold in tho
States and so raises his own.
Clarence P. Greene died Saturday
morning at the home of his sister, Mrs.
Walter B. Johnson, at Johnson's Hotel
alter a long and painful Illness. Mr.
Greene was born In Troy, Ale., Novem
ber 28, lf!. For 25 years he was engi
neer at the House of Correction at Deer
island, Boston harbor. About three years
ago he became 111 and came to stay
with his sister. He had one brother and
two sisters, but Airs. Johnson Is the only
one that survives him. The funeral was
held nt his late home Alonday morning
at ten o'clock. Burial was in Lake
View cemetery, Burlington.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Gale of East Geor
gia huve moved to S, A. Brownell's home,
recently vacated by Airs. Sarah Northrop.
Their son, Leon Gale of Los Angeles,
Cal., Is with them.
James Fitzsimonds, Sr. died at his
home In Underbill Wednesday evening,
October 9, at the age of SI. He was born
In County Down, Ireland, November 1,
1831, and came to Underbill In Alay, 1S57,
where he since resided. His wife died 12
years ago. Ho is survived by three sons
and one daughter, J. W. of Jericho, L. G.
of Burlington, Airs. George White of
Jericho and J. T., with whom he made
lis home for the last eight years, Tho
funeral was held Saturday at St.
Thomas's Church at Underbill Center.
Thaddeus S. Whipple, who died Sun
day In Underbill, after nn Illness of one
week with pneumonia and complications,
was born In Cambridge October 21, 1S32,
and spent his early life In that town as
a tanner. He married Adclla A. Austin
of Cambridge In 13. A son died In In
fancy nnd two daughters were born to
them who died In e-arly womanhood,
leaving flvo grandchildren to Air. and
Airs. Whipple. Ho enlisted Sept. 8, 1SC2,
In Company E, 13th regiment Vermont
Volunteers, where he served as drum
mer, being promoted to drum major
June 20, He was with his regiment
at the battle of Gettysburg and was
honorably discharged July 21, 1SC3, Later
he engaged In hotel business in Cam
bridge, coining to Underhlll In March,
Ism;, when he purchased the Custer
House. He was mustered into the post
In I MM and was always deeply Interested
In its welfare, having held all Us posi
tions of honor and trust, and was serving
ns coiiiinandir at tho time of his death.
He represented his town In tho Legisla
ture In 1W. He Is survived by his grand
sons, his wife having died eight years
age The funeral was held at tho
home Wednesday. The Grand Army
held their sorviee at the homo and
the .Masonic lodge of Cambridge of which
he was a member held their Bervice
at the grave.
Oscar Neliner and John Nurkala, both
Polandors, narrowly escaped drowning
Saturday afternoon at AI aliens Boy.
They were not a great distance from
iho shoro when in some manner their
boat capsUed. Nurkala reached shore all
light, but Neliner was pulled out of
tho wuter by Uuls Nichols. letter In
the livening Nurkala told Chief of Police
liurucr that Neliner was drowned. Tho
chief telephoned Mr. Nichols and learn
ed thut Neliner was tukon out ot the
water and that Immediately afterward
ho went out In another rowboat without
oais to get tho boat which had cap
sized. Nuikala told Officer Barber that
he thought Ntimer wus drowned as he
hud floated fur out into the bay. About
eleven o'clock Saturday night Ntimer
rcturiiud homo ufter u long trump from
The marriage of Charles J, Maivllle
of New York city and Aliss Ireno Graven
of tills village wus solemnized Tuts-
day morning at St Francis Xavlef
Clinrnh hv 4ti llnv T V A,,a. mi..
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wedding wna a quiet ono nnd took placn
tn the presence of Immediate relatives.
George T. Graves, brother of tho bride,
gfcvo her away whllo Frank C. Maivllle,
father of tho groom, attended him. Fol
lowing the services nt the church a wed
ding breakfast was served at the sum
mer home of the bride, "Camp Over-
brook," Mallctts Bay. The wttaso wast
beautifully trimmed, the color schema
being green und red, evergreens and
autumn leaves being extensively used.
I'Ollowing the breakfast tho welded pair
left on tho noon train for New York
city and Washington, D. C and on
their return will make their home in
New York city, where the groom 1.1
an nttomey. Among those from out of
town hero to attend the wedding wore)
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Maivllle of Man
chester, N. H., parents of the groom.
Air. and Airs. W. C. Fuller entertained,
tho All-Round club nt their homo Tues
day evening. This was the first regular
meeting of tho club this soason.-Tha
funeral ot the late William Strong, who
died In St. Albans Saturday, from burns
received from tho explosion of steam
from an engine, was hold from thu
Church of Our Lady of tho Holy Rosary
Alonday morning at nine o'clock and was
largely attended, the Rev. A. P. Cler
mont officiating. The bearers wera
members of tho brotherhood ot which,
the deceased was a member. Tho de
ceased leaves besldo a father and moth
er five sisters and three brothers. Airs.
Ella Sloam, who has been visiting rela
tives this past summer, returned to hen
home In Omaha, Neb., Tur-sday.-AIr. and.
Airs. William Leo of Quechee were guests
of Mr. and Airs. S. Ureen over Sunday.
Air. and Airs. R. E. Freeman of Bur
lington are at the homo of his parents.
Air. and Airs. E. L. Freeman, for a
Tho house of John Bettes mm humeri
Monday afternoon. Sanford Squire
whs ai nis nome nerc over Sunday.
Henry Strong, who was called hem h.
tho death of his brother, roturned to
nis home in Chicago Tuesday.
Curtis Chates of Laconla. N. H 14
visiting at George W. Foster's. The
condition of Mrs. E. B. Williams re
mains about the samj. Airs. Washburn
is visiting her sister, Airs. B. H. Day,
after a short visit in Underhlll The
ghare which the Ladles' Help society of
the Baptist Church received from the en
tertainment Friday evening was aboutt
13.00. Mrs. Carpenter of Essex Junction
was nn over-Sunday visitor at Y. G.
Nay'g. Air. and Mrs. George White and
family attended the funeral of Airs.
White's father, Mr. Fitzsimonds, at tho
Catholic Church Saturday morning. Air.
and Airs. Albert P Bylngton were In
Wllllston Saturday to attend the funeral
of Airs. Talcott. R. W. Brown and ABss
Phyllis Brown wero at home from Bur
lington over Saturday and Sunday. Airs.
Lawrence Quilllnan and son. Ralph, w,er
called home from Boston Saturday morn
ing by the sudden death of her hus
band's father, John Quilllnan. Mrs.
Stevens, who has been with her daughter.
Airs. J. T. Varney. for several weeks,
has returned to Burlington. Miss Sara,
Safford Is nt E. B. Williams's for a few
weeks. Alias Kntherine Cook, who has
been 111 for a week or more, at the home
of L. C. Rice, has gone to the home of
her sister, Mrs. George Farrell, In Under
hlll. Principal Harris of the Underhlll
high school was in the village Friday and
Saturday. A large congregation attended
the services at the Congregational Church
Sunday, when the auditorium was used,
for the first time since the renovating
was completed. The choir, composed oc
Air. and Airs. F. A. Perclval, Theodora
B. Williams and Miss Helen Cashmora
with Aliss Phyllis Brown gave an ap
propriate musical program, and there waa
an excellent sermon by the pastor. Aluch
credit Is due the Ladles' Aid society and
the committee in charge for the manner
in which the repairs wero made.
The death of John Quilllnan occurred
Friday morning nt tho home of his son,
Lawrence Quilllnan, where he had mada
his home for several years. He had been
in falling health from hardening of th
arteries and heart trouble for some time,
but his death was not expected. Ha
was In his 7Sth year, having been born in
Ireland and came to this country with,
his father when a boy and the family
settled In Essex. He had always lived
in this locality. He married Christiana.
Hanley of Essex, who died about 19
years ago. Thoy were the parents of
eight cliildln, five of whom are living.
Airs. George Lessor of Burlington, Airs.
Duffy of Pleasant Vnlley, William of
Ogden, Utah, Walter of Colorado, and
Lawrence, with w horn he lived. Funeral
services were laid Sunday morning at
St. Thomua's Catholic Church ut Under
hlll Center unit the burial was there.
Those from away to attend the funeral
were Air. and Airs. George Lesser, Allsl
Genevieve and Harold Lessor of Bur
lington, Air. and Mrs. Duffy of Pleasant;
Valley, and George and John Quilllnan.
nephews, from Fairfax. Aliss Wheeler of
Buillngton is at E. B. Williams's for a
few weeks. Air. and .Mrs. Fred J. Fos
ter of Westford havo been at his fath
er a for a few days. They will inova
back here November I. Air. und Airs.
Park H. Brown of Underhlll wero In
town Sunday to see his brother, E. Bat
ley Brown. L. F. Wilbur was in Bur
lington Tuesday. Air. and Airs. Engle-
hart spent Sunday In Essex Junction
Air. and Airs. Ernest Gomo have mov
ed Into Anton Field's tenement recently
vacated by Airs. Al. H. Packard
Airs. Al, ll. Packard and Julia Oakea
were In Burlington Wednesday William
Albee, A. D. Griffin, Albert A. Parker,
James Carroll, F. S. Tomlinsoii and Allssi
Lulu Lincoln were among those in Under
bill Wednesday morning to attend the fu
neral of Thaddeus Whipple. -.Mrs Julia
Oakes of Stowo Is visiting Airs. Louisa
Blood for a week. Her son. Asa Oakes,
spent Sunday in the village. Dr. G B.
Hulburd was in nurllngton Wednesday.
Airs. W. G. Cook lias returned from a,
10 days' visit with her son In North Un
derhlll. Her mother, Mrs. Olive Rogers,
who has been in Norlb Underhlll for sev
eral weeks, accompanied her home..
Ivan White, who was called to attend
the funeral ot his grandfather, Jumea
Fitzalmonds, has returned to Burlington.
Tho foundation for a monument on thd
J, H. Saford lot has been completed,
Elmer Kinney of New York city haa
been visiting his mother anil brother.
Airs. Harriet Kinney and Frank E. Kin
ney fur several days. Ho returned to hl
homo Weslnesduy accompanied by hi
mother, who will vlt-lt him and another
son, Hoyt Klnnoy, In Plcasantvllle, N. V.
Alonzo Cliusa of Richmond was In town
Wednesduy. The Rev. Charles Nutting
whs In Essex Wednesday tli olflcluto
ut tho funeral of Airs. Jay Nichols.
Others who attended were tho Rev J. T.
DuKzell and Wulter Pettlnglll. There will
be kurvlces at the Alethodlst Chinch Sun
duy afternoon. Airs. J. P. Whltten was
tho guest' of Mrs. L. W. Rle-e, Wednct-duy.
Aliss Rena Davis, who has been vis
iting her aunt, Airs. Cyrus Tarbox, Inn
giinii to Burlington to visit befoto going
to her homo In Randolph, Of thu 804
voters In town there aro about 50 demo-