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HAPPENINGS IN VERMONT
(Continued from page 1.)
CALIFORNIA If you contemplate seek
Infi' a home In California I can offer
you some extremely j?ood bargains In
California farm and fruit lands; also
suburban residence properties. J. W.
Hobson, 1,011 Phelan bulldlnc. San
Daley Council Knlirhts of Columbus, No.
012, held In thctr hall In tho Federation
hall tho followlns offlcors wcro elected:
O. K Thomas F. Burns; D. o. ...
Robert Shea; F. S Nelcy Dorreln; R.
H , 1 E. Dillon; treasurer, II. A. Hahnr;
C Dennis II. McIIuRh: W., OeorSo Kid
der; trustees, I. Lnvonche. Jr., V. V.
Seymour and Kdson Wlssoll; I. G., J. C.
Trudo: O. G P. 13. llnlpln.-Tho Misses
Helen I-aPnn and lilamo iiuesun navo
returned from Burllnston.-Mrs. Clara I.
Drown of Whltlnc maeio n snori visu
her nenhow. C. F. Rich, Monday.
v.lcanor Frndctt has Bono to Brnttlc-
boro. Edwnrd Erlckson has gone to
The annual meeting of the Mlddli-
bury Improvomont society was hold in
tho Masonic hall and there was a gool
attendance. Tho reports of the various
ofllcors were read and aceepted and
showed that tho organization was In a
pood worklnjr condition. The following
ofllcors wore elocto.1: President, Mrs.
John II. Ktownrt; first vlro-prenldent.
Mrs. Ezra Urnlnord; second vlce-prest
dent, Mrs. E. P. Cushmnn; third vlco
president, Mrs. John A. Flntchor; nacre.
tary, Mrs. Fred Beck with; treasurer,
Mrs. Edward HlKcans. There ware
nlso 15 'directors selected. 'Hie society
nns a pood sum of money on hand
which to uso In their work tha comlnjr
summer. Mr. nnd Mrs. John t Slafter
and Georp;o Shambo have cono to Ros
ton, where they will spend a few Hays,
Judrro Dana of New Haven, Judiro
Day of Rlnton. County Clerk Riifns
Walnwrlcht, Deputy Sheriff 1!. K. San
ford of Cornwall and N. J. Sanford of
Mlddlebury drew the Jurors for tho D
eomher term of court Wednes3ay ns
follows for Mlddlebury, grand Juror,
Frank Gulley; pettt Jurors. Oeorso
DrnRons and Rollln Hallock. Mrs
John Jerow leaves to-day for Troy, N.
II , where they will spend the next
few weeks. Wllllnm Hortson nnd fam
ily of Cornwall nro moving to the My
lott place on North Plensnnt street.
Ira II. LaFlctir Is on a business trip
In New York State. The annual meet
ing and exhibition of the Vermont
State Horticultural society will bo held
In this vlllag-o November 19, 20 and 21.
Plans nro nearly completed for nil
unusually largo meeting of fruit grow
ers. Judging from the quality of th
crop and the great Interest being tak
en, this will he ono of the largest meet
ings In the history of tho society. II.
H. Sails, Wllllnm I Williams nnd Evan
J. Ellis of Burlington arrived Wed
nesday to begin tho work of slating
the new ehemlcnl building at tho col
To sell seeds In each county. A
jtood paying position for a man ac
quainted with farming. Experience
not necessary but honesty nnd indus
try are. Steady work. Cobb & Co.,
Franklin. Mass. U,w4t
TEN WEEKS FOR TEN CENTS
CUSTOM WOOIi CARDING Hand
rmn knitting: yarns. II. C. Gay, Bar
ton Vt. aj.wai fetegr.--! no condition or .irs. James
Hughes, who hns been 111 for a month
1ms bocomo so gravo that her friends
aro alarmed. Frank S. Havens of Snr
nnac Lake, N. Y who has charge of
tho construction of tho new library at
Proctor, wns In town Wednesday.
Among people here from out of towr
aro W. II. Bureliard of Shoreham, Hen
ry Ocs.sler and John H. Robinson of
Manchester. N. IT,, Fred C. Cnroy of
Thonipsklnvllle, N. Y George Newton
of Boston, nnd John M. Clarkson of
Brooklyn. The work of laying the
fonductlng mains from the new powsr
houso to tho college has been complet
ed. The blisses Lillian and Agnes
Baldwin have returned to their homo
In Fowler. A social will bo held In the
vestry of the Congregational Church
Friday evening, at 7:30. The object o.
this social Is to promote good fellow
ship and to raise money to help toward
tho pin chase of a new stercopticon.
Semi 10-e in-ilny for ten regular Is
sue" of The Gospel Trumpet, a non-sec-tnrlan
paper, 11 pages each week, filled
with Instructive article on full snlva
tlon. divine healing, and tho homo life.
Any Bible question that Interests you
answered throuch our "Questions An
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THE PLAZA CAPE,
new nmu.iNGTON m.ncic,
ISO SI. Paul Street, Burlington Vermont.
STANDARD STEAM LAUNDRY
Office 145 Cherry street. H. W. Bul
lock, proprietor, Fine Shirt, Collar and
Cuff Work. "Phono 38-11 or send post
al and driver will call.
FRANK S. LANOU & SON,
Practical Plumber nnil stenm Fitters.
00 St. Paul Street.
Next North Ilurllnarton Snvlncra Hunk.
168 North St. Ttl. 965,
Call Answered Day or Night.
State of Vermont, District of Chitten
den, s. s.
Ue it remembered, that 1, Fred R.
Chaffee, of Jericho, In tho county of Chit
tenden, wi'.l bo hereafter known and
called Fred R. Safford.
In witness whereof, I hereunto Eot my
hand und te-al this 4th day of Nuvembct,
A. D 1!'12.'
FRED R. CHAFFEE, (Seal).
Approved November 4, 1M2.
J. H. MACOMBER, Judge of Prnbnfe.
State of Vermont, District of Chit
tenden, s. s.
At Burlington In said district person
ally appeared Fred R. Chuffte, tho
, "signer and sealer of tho above written
Instrument', nnd acknowledged tho same
to be lila frt-o act and deed, this 4th day
f November, 1912.
.1. H. MACOMBER,
Judge of Probate, District of Chlttendon.
For Sale All Stocked.
Very goo! buildings; 20 cows,
young team, heifers, shoat.s, poul
try, cropa, tools and machinery;
fine sugar orchard; abundant water;
25 arres wood anl timber; excel
lent ronds. Wo Invite inspection.
Write tho owner, Jniiiew Ilrennnn.
A good rarin, two-story house la
frool repair, now barn with basement,
ties up 20 head, fields smooth anl fro
, from stone. New sugar home, good
sugar works, running water, plenty
wood and timber, two horses, ten cows,
six head of young stock, all tools,
rrops, etc., only J.l.flOO.
REYNOLDS REAL ESTATE GO,,
lUa COLLUOt! bTUUUT,
IlurllUKtou, - Vermaut.
Farms, (luarrlra, Ttmberlauds, luk
The first part of Inst week the cottages
at Basin Harbor belonging to Prof.
Smith of New York city and S. W.
Hlndc-s wi-ie broken into. From the
Smith cottage a shotgun and rifle, a
ff-w cooking utensils, clothing and fish
ing rods wero taken. On Wednesday
Sheilff Richards of Essex county, N.
Y., camo to Basin Harbor in search of
a prisoner who had recently escaped
from tho county Jnll at Ellzahethtown,
N. V., and who had committed burglary
at Westporti N. Y r after his escape,
mil crossed the lake in a stolen boat.
'I 'misilay Sheriff Richards engaged u
steam launch of J. O. Walker of Basin
Harbor and with H. F. Beach began a
search of tho lake nore north from
I,nln Harbor nnd finally found the es
ciprd prisoner at Noble Kimball's, Nortn
FerrNburg. In his pos-ses.-don were the
articles taken from the Smith cottage
Frldav Sheriff Richards took his prison
er back to Ellzahethtown. Mr. and Mrs.
Benjamin Parker have moved to South
Hero, where Mr. Parker has a position
as telegranh onerator. Mrs. Kdw-ln
Gardener liaa gone to tho Fanny Allen
hospital, Wlnnoskl, to he operated upon
for appendicitis. Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Powell of Port Mills, on nn nutomobllo
trip, were week-end visitors of their
daughter, Miss Vera Powell, nt tho homo
of Mr. nnd Mis. R. I,. Klngslnnd. Then
is no Improvement In the condition of
George Bullls, who has been 111 for the
past week. .Mis. J. B. Carncioss of
Montreal nnd Mrs-. H. F. Day of Lon
don, Can., are visiting their brother. Dr.
Charles H Cole. The condition of Ml-s
Frances Field, who recently underwent
an operation at the Mnry I-'Ictt-hcr ho.
pltal, Burlington, is reported to be fav
orable. Miss Laura Uoburds-, who bus
beep passing a few weeks nt her home,
wns ii week-end visitor of Dr. and Mr-i.
Baker of Brandon on her way to Fnrm
limton, Me., where she will icsunie her
piofesj-lon as nurse. Ix-nin Pigeon and
Miss Hose Pigeon of Burli'igtiin Uslti-d
tho Misses Julia and Lucy Mlln Satur
day. Mr. Catherine (Butler) De Courey,
widow of tho late Gnrrett l)c Courey,
oieil Sunday morning .it her home In P.iu
toii from general breaking up of the sys-
ti m, lined SI years. She Is survived by mu
sun, l-Mwiird De Courey, of Panton, nnd
one daughter, Mrs, John O'Donnell of
California. The funeral services wele
held Tuesda mo'nlng nt !):") at St
Peter's Church. -.Miss Nellie Drlscoll of
Troy, N. V., was a week-end visitor to
her parents, Mr. and Mrs, John Drlscoll.
'I he Infant son of Mr, nnd Mrs. Joseph
Uouffaril died Sunday. The funeral ser
vices were held Monday nfternoon at
St. Peter's Church, the Rev. L. A. Ve.lna
olllclatlng. Tim bearers were Edward
Hondo, Howard I.arrow, Leonard Rock
and Georgo Austin. Interment was made
in tho Catholic cemetciy. Tho KnlghtH of
Methodism met Wednesday evening
111 the parlors of the Methodist Episcopal
Church, A. P. Needliam shipped Monday
ono double deck ear of sheep nnd lambs
lid one car of calves to New York city
nnd two ears of cattle nnd hogs to Bos
ton A daughter was born Hatuidny to
Mr. nnd Mrs. Percy Currier. Mrs, E, M,
Ball and eon, Hugh, passed Sunday with
their son and brother, Asa Ball, of Mont
Among thoso from hero representing tho
Vergcntics RWrd of Trade nnd tho Mnc
donough association, who wero In Mont-
peller yesterday at tho hearing of tho
bill boforo tho Legislature calling for nn
appropriation of $16,000 for a Macdonough
memorial and centennial celebration hero
In 1914, wero Judgo Frank L. Fish, tho
Rev. Li. A. Vezlna, Alderman W. II. Nor
ton, J. A. Harrington, Stato's Attorney
F. W. Ttittle, Attorney George W. Stono.
T. Neville and C. E. Stebhlns.-Mrs. A.
Lash and son, Irving, nro spending a fow
days In nurllngton. W, R. Warner went
yesterday to Lancaster, N. 1I to be
present nt a meeting of the public service
commission, of which he Is a member.
Mrs. F. I Fish and daughter, Prudence,
have gone to Palmer, Mass., to visit Dr.
and Mrs. S. R. Carsley. St. Peter's
Court, C. O. F will hold an old folks'
danco In their hall this evening nnd 100
lnvltntlons havo been Issued. Tho com
mlttco In chargo of tho affair Is J. Hamcl,
G. H. Bora and Alfred Panton.
The funeral services of Mrs. Catherine
(Butler) Do Courccy, widow of tho lato
Garrett De Courcoy, were held at St.
Peter's Church Wednesday morning, the
Rev. L. A. Vezlna officiating, The bear
ers wero tho three O'Donnell brothers
grandsons of the deceased, and Mr. But
ler of Monkton. Interment was In the
Catholic cemetery. News was received
yesterday of the sudden death of Dnnlel
I.ovarn at his home In Springfield, Mass
Mr. Lovarn was a former resident of
this city an. was called here a week ago
by tho death of his father, Peter Lovarn
Mr. Lovam's funeral was held In Spring-
Held Wednesday, Just one week after
the funeral of his father. Mr. and Mrs,
George Gillette of Grand Isle are vIsttltiB
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Barnard.
Dewltt Parker has returned from a two
weeks' vvlalt with relatives In FHchburg,
Worcester and Greenfield, Mass. Tho
condition of Mllford, son of Alderman nnd
Mrs, E. C. Scott, Jr., who Is seriously 111
with pneumonia, Is a little more favor
able. Miss Mae Douglass of Shelhurne is
visiting her sister, Mrs. E. L. Devoid
Friday evening about 23 of the neighbors
nnd friends of Mrs. C. H. Marrell gave
her a birthday surprise party. A pleas
ant evening wr passed.
Tho Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Ranslow aro
now located at Sea Breeze, I"la., for the
winter. Mrs. Floyd Grow of Westford Is
In town, called horo by the Illness of her
lather, Charles Porter. Mrs. John Carl
lr, seriously 111. The muslcale given by
tho Outlook club Friday evening was a
pleasant affair. Miss Grace Merrill of
New Ha voi Is 111 nt the hom of Mr. an
Mrs. E. H ISoyntun.
Dr. Bulla J. Bristol and Miss Je.-slo
Pepper were united in inarriago Wed
nesday evening of last week at
the Concrcgatlonal parsonage by the
Rev. E. J. Klock. Mrs. Bristol is a sister
of Mrs. Georgo Orvls of this town. Dr.
Bristol Is a dentist :um one of the lead
ing Jowders and boot and shut! dealeis.
Miss Susie Mary llurlhurt of fills town
and Wllinltred Aithur of Malone, N. Y.,
were married at the home of the bride's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis liurlburl,
Wednesday evening nt last week, They
will reside In Malone.
Twenty-.seveu new books havo been
added to the Lawrence Memorial library.
Mr. and Mrs. Ford Thomas have moved
into their new home recently purchased
of C. C, Currier on Spring stieet Harry
Allen and Mis. Myra Allen of Warren
have been called here by the serious Ill
ness of C. D. Porter. Dr. anil Mrs. Smith
of Lincoln were guests of Mr. ami .Mrs.
H. M, Gle.ison Monday. Conductor
Eiheldon of the Bristol railroad his re
turned from his vacation Mrs. McMu
hon has gone to Bellows Falls. G. R
Orctltt of Hartford, Conn., I.- In town
tor two weeks. Donald Wright Is at
home from Albany, N. Y. Mrs. It. W. De
meritt. who has been visiting her par
ents, Mr. and .Mrs. E. 1). Palmer, has ie
turned tu Waterbury -Judge and Mrs. E.
A. Hasseltlne are visiting Mr. anil Mrs,
Asa Ball In Montpeller. Mrs. Jiwlu
Chase has returned from Hprlnglield,
The Rev. II, M. Huluiau and Mr. anil
Mrs. C. E. I.athrup weie in Middlebury
Saturday. Ford Thomas is in iking exten
sive lmpiovr inents on the house recently
purehasi-il of C. C. Curl ler. -School Su
peiintetident A. V. Eddv of Mlddlebury
was In town Satunlay. Mrs. William Euu
received a telegram Saturday from l'.isa-
elena, Cal.. Informing her that her dullish
to Miss Nellie Etio, was verv low with
typhoid fever. Miss I'.no was forincih
teacher In the gi ailed school here and is
now a trained nurse. Mr. and Mrs. It. .1.
Prlstol returned from their wedding Hip
Sunday night. W. N. Met lee h.i-
onteied the employ of Temple liiuth
ers of Rutland. Miss Ruby Mi-En-tee-
of Rutland Is visiting Mrs. o. C.
Crandall and Mrs. Miranda I luti-hlns.
The musical entertainment of the outlook
club held with W. W. Rider Friday even
ing was attended by about f Indie.-, Thy
musical selections by Mr. Has-kln and
Miss Hall were pleasing Mr. I las-kins is
nn accomplished pianist and Miss Hall Is
a promising pupil of Alfred Larsen.
and Mrs. W. ir. Palmer and family are
visiting In Uothel.IuIlUB Tracy went
to Otens Falls, N, Y., last wook nnd
accompanied the remains of his aunt
to Shelbumo, where the funeral and
Intormont wss hell. Tho C. 15. social
was well attended. S. W. Gregorys
body was brought here for burial on
Oeorgo Clifford has began his work for
A. II Clifford. The store of L. O. Gordon
was broken Into on tho night of the 9th.
A ride and two watches and other ar
ticles wero taken. No clue has been ob
tained yet. M. H. Crowley Is making
Improvements on his barn. Ho has also
built a silo. M. P. Casey Is building a
new horse barn. J. W. Casey and mother
nro moving to tho Edward Butler place.
Peter Nelson has finished work for F.
O. Brown and has began work for W. G-.
Brlggs. J, N, Cutler and Charles Cham-
berlln were In Huntington Saturday and
Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. J. BeTry were
at L. L. White's over Sunday. Mrs. A.
White returned from a week In Rlch-
mond.-Rhcna Hill, who teaches school
In New Haven, was at home over Sun
day.Mrs, Eugene Mcnour has leturned
home after a' week In Plalnlleld, Bntre.
and Burlington. C. F. Clifford Is llnlsh
I tig tho State work on tho load In tho
north part of tho town. Jalnes Thomp
son, Jr., who Is In the hospital, Is gain
ing ns fast as could bo expected.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Foul are visiting
In New Hampshire and Massachusetts
for two weeks. Mrs. William Scott Is III.
Mrs. Lucy Cliatlleld, who went to Can
ada to Investigate tho death of her sister.
Wis returned and reports that she found
that Etta Dennis died of consumption nnn
that the Sargent family did everything
that was necessary for her comfort. Also
Hint It was Etta's request that they
4 her limbs so Hint she can walk a little.
Regular services will bo held nt tho
Methodist Eplseopnl Church Sunday nt
ll:0i) a. m., Sunday school otter prench
Ing. Mtsa Knthlcon Comstock Is at homo
on a visit. Karl Cox and Ava Shepherd
wero married Saturday. Carrol Com
stock of Vergennes Is visiting In town.
Friday, November 22, will bo Farmors'
dny for tho town of Ferrlsburg and ad
Joining towns. Addresses on different
phases of farm life will be given by pro
fessors of tho fltato agricultural college
nnd others. Tho interests of tho home
and school will be presente-'. All Inter
ested In rural life, both men and women,
are Invited to bo present. An oxcellent
program has been prepared by n, commit
tee of tho grange of North Fcrrlsburg as
sisted by the Roy. C. N. Curtis.
EAST HARD WICK.
Mrs, Elvira Stevens is visiting her
brother In Wnlden for a few weeks.
Ritfus Alien has moved to tho houe ho
lecently purchased of Mr. Bartlett.
.Suslo Currier hns returned to Barre.
Ernest Currier hns moved to Watcrford,
where ho hnB a position on a farm. Miss
Abba Hovey Is spending the week In
Jericho. Tho schools will close Friday
and nn entertainment will bo given In
village hall In tho evening.
have lived In this part of the town for -n Burilnu un tho hist -.1 u
many years, have sold their farm and are
moving to the corners. James Berry wns
at homo over Sunday, Ezra Narh was
In Burlington Monday,
School opened Monday after being
cloned three weeks on account of
measles. Mrs. Sadlo Stevens of Bur
lington wns In town Sunday, L. A.
Alger Is more comfortable, The sate
held hy tho Iicnd-n-Itnnd Circle Thurs
day evening wan a flnnnclnl success.
Mls.i Irene Whalen of Burlington hns
been spending some tlmo with her
parents. M. M. Alger recently Injured
his finger bnelly by a stone falling en
It. Miss Helen Ktockwell of Middle
sex hns been visiting Miss Florence
Msle Hill t ill cut' nam lb- L.ioug
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to Burlington Monday to attend the hi
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Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harvey are-
ii'irrntn nf Kon. Harold Burton. In
The temalns of Mrs. Caroline IMgerton
widow of the lato Rev. Silas IMgerton,
who wns a pastor of the Methodist
Church In Shelhurne many jt-ais ago and
should not notify her relatives of tlm j fs,tticr of Mrs. J. C. Tracy, were brought
facts. It Is known that her mother
and her brother, Jerry Demns, died of
consumption. William Sberly, who Is a
trapper, had the misfortune tu lie caught
In his bear trap while removing leaves.
His hand got too near tho trap. Two
prongs were driven Into hla hand, making
p painful wound. A. H. Brown Is In
Plttsfleld this week visiting Mr. and Mrs.
John Brown, the former's nephew. Mrs.
Leon Cady, who has he-en In Burlington
nt tlm Mnry Fletcher hospital, lias re
turned somewhat Improved In health.
George Benson, who shot four bears
here for burial Friday morning. Mrs.
1-Mgerlon died in Glens Falls. N. V.. wbrie
she lias made her homo lor sexeral years.
Mr. and Mis. IJ. V. Goodsell have re
turned from the northern part of the State,
where they have been on a carriage drive.
Tin- funeral nf Helen Butler was held
from the home of Henry Harrington Sun
eiay afternoon. The Rev. W F. Week-
ulllclatcd and the burial was In vll'nge
1 1 nieterv. John Curtis has closed bis
house at Slielliiirne Falls and moved his heck wn.i given him by F. J. Carey &
f.-imllv to Burlington fur tin- winter -Mrs.
Hi owe has tnued to Thorna
last week sold the venison tu --1 , tti r x t " k tenement hoiii-e.-C. M. Bli
the Jerd brothers In Randolph and t ..ji, i, ,, (j. M, hn called the nimn.il
eelved The bounty wns $10 meeting of the lltth Maxnnle district fur
I "' lii'i-sday at 2::! o'clock In the MaounV
I tetmili. I'.lll-llllttfitl. Tile Ladles' llll-
Mrs. Frank Ltngtrd of Ripton l (sit- i movement anil King's Daiuhters' soot
ing her parents fur two week.- A.ru j t, m in,, -t.it Mis. I. W I Jlssonett's William I'let.tiss !-as not sold hi- farm
Martin was In Rnchestei Satuid.o nnd I Friday afternoon to close up the business 1 as repor;d, but has roit.tl it to John .
Sundny with his brother. Cliaiile. who I (, tin- recent sale held bv the Joint j I'litfy fur another year.
is soon tu gu to riurldafor the v. Inter. oetles.-The Rev. V. It. Goodman vast The funeral h .Mi". 1". la .liiksnn was
I'll,' V. C. T. I'. will meet Novoiibt-r 20 I , ppolnted delegate Sunihiv from the' held from bo" lite bo-ne Mendav a" 2 "do
with Mrs. Emily Spencer. i Methodist Sunday m hon to the Troy con- p. m.. the ltev. L I-.. H rr ck ofuc it'ng.
i.renee SJunilot selioo' Institute tu bu 1 nssMcd by llii. ltev. I. II. strnnr The
1-eld lii Tro, N. V., November II and I.
Margaret Dukett. who Is a muse at the ! The Hhelburn,- Magazine i-lub m. -t husband and children In tin vill-e" ceme-
Mary Fletcher hospital. wii In town for Mr. and Mrs. .loons ,. I'mi-v Tuesday , terv. .l! lieu, v. .Mrs .1. r. wncnei,
the funeral of her grandfather, Mr. Ma- e,-nlng for tin Ir annual meeting , !. 1). Hewey and (,. .. wood ot mo i on-
nee. Mr. and Mis. Richard Thompson of Irving 11. Iieyetl was , bah man and .1. ; rrregntlnn il eholi sang "Nenrer, My God.
Cornwall brought the body of tbOr .. Corey, seereta i t The . -1 , r 1 , W com- j tu Thee" and "Lend. Kindly Llsht."
yuniigest child here for burial November posed of the following members, Mrs 'which. Mis. Jackson herself .elected, she
7 William Dukett ennie up from Itts-,,J. c. Tracy. Mrs. II. A. Thorpe, .Mrs. I I bnvlnc m.nle all hr-r lunerai .irr-nc-ford
fur the funeral nf his grandfather, ' 1 1. Deyett. Mis. I-'. I!. Roberts, Mrs. ' m-nts. The bearers wi r.- her two mn.
C. l-'leteher. Mis. J. A. Corey, .Mis. I! 1 h.irles nnd Bollln. anil two nepnev.s.
It. Maeek, Mrs. W. I". Weeks. Mrs. W. Isaac and Ruv ilnvnrd. Sh" ltave he
M. V.Vbstcr. Mrs. I-'. I!. Studdar.l. MWh ' s'de-s the sons, two d.iiightero, Inn and
i,,l.n,!,n ,,r Vnlilu.m l il. ,uest flraif .laetiuan. I a eh moinber m is .iom". an oi uu.- iu.i. .-, .....
..f l l..l.. I ' l.,,V ..v.-e.l ."! nil an 1 IT. of the ,,l)l,lllur 1I1U2- .Mis. I). U. Hnw.ird of this plJ
l.'.,,....J VI,., !... 1 l.n, , nlnev l:,l:el, Til,. Ill a ira .I lies :n'.! -Ml"S WIIM.Itll l'llil-V
Mr. and Mis William 1 In.ig. News Iiave iia'-seil ever: Monday. Mr. and M'--
Mr Ma gee.
Edwaid Bedding ot llltrllngton was
Jilted Friday about 11:30 o'clock
the morning while at work tit '
Baxter bloi 1, rtunovtng a, crato or pn
glass, The crato was being taken fr
a team when It became tinmanngeti
slipped and ctrtick Mr. Tieldlng In
side. He was knocked down an
I hough no bmies wero trrokeii, ' i
hurt Internally, Tho crato wel
tween l.M nnd l.fjno pounds
talned rtx largo panes of pln'i
which were destroyed. In slid
crate struct; a small pile of
which probably sn-ved Mr. Relil'e
bejng kllkd. Dr. Hhejehan was i
ed nnd Mr. Beldlng -was take, i
home nt rB Front slreet. T'uriir, i
Later In til" dar he was taken h'
Lrmat' to the Mnry Fletcher hospl'
Joseph l'ntnrhntid dlenl enrly F
mnntltig at his homo on West Ian
henit dluf-ase. Ho was 41 yi tr
l survived by hla wifn and t
1)5" a. fonucr wife. He n'
ptrrents. who Urn here, a
In Burlington. The f -nt
his lato homo at lv
nflernnon with Intermen'
The funcr.-il nf Mrs. F '
who died early Inst Tlm - 1
wa held nt St. Stephen's ( b ,i i i
n'cluel: Sati'irday morning Mrs. AMaro
tiiHlden iMitie was Mnry J'ino Blactii
l and sh w.r, the daughter of the la
Mr. and Mr, J.-tmes H Mngulre
of this vill'ice for 41 ytnts Thirty ye.i
ago I.T-t June she wart mariled to
Edward Allan! She Intel t'e-n In pej.
heultli for ti e patt two years, hut hi
-- - -. . . . .,i,, iik neL- iiituru lilt
.'iui infill, tt truiiiisun y illuming s
stiff, red -i sinking s-pell from which si
oitiie ;im n hnelt to her niiiiij- frlrni
as sli,- w.i able to be out last Frld
....1 C. 1 ...1 .. L. . .... ....
ie i-iiiiiioii, it'll Ml,- ,lieiiif,i ger
nu nicest win Iter for thr welfare
tl-- i him h. lb sid' in r h .sb'in 1
Is s-urvlveil by three d- sl'te rs tl
,,,.-.r, . in i"i in'- ., -,ii-i-e 1 .1 , tu
Mnramet M. Ailnld. She n so levei
siOo. ,Mm. Tliomnp llr. irton of Be1
tvnnd, I'ii, nnd n brnt'"i-, I'-i r A
Mnsiilr,' of Wllmel'e, III Jl I'll was
SI. Jus, ph' eeinetery ti Lot 1 gioii.
Tl.e wi bllng eif Mlfit I. tain Ji, b ge ni
the ,'l,cl,e-- tHH Sill- 111 I r i 11
i lairis .Mivor viiinrii .'i-ue-.iy mun
iiiternieot was 111 the fiirnllv lot beii.ie h.-r i ... , v , ,.. k , ,. ,.
i .luge n::u ;ui,.-v, fit .era or t
I! nil i-u- ,.e u unr-s,r':,. n,. vvetjii;
breakfast wit" per veil nt the homo nf t
1, lie's- .-r ' it" i 'l V.Vet C i ter st!'"'
.rier a n,irt tvuding trf tney w
niiiiv,. laeii- lion, in nils - .ge
Albert ' o' 'tis wis l'le-1 i ij uiid ce s
of i. i vt i e Ii un, i ml i I , 1" is
ralrei. t'.r Me-illng - hleiic ii T c p
whs vuicip'ti.-d si" e i il nlgl.tj i t wl i
be enter, -1 ( i- - i;en i e f Mrs
mil i.--'iipcd wnii .1 hi Ken
The peM.-e depiiri nents ln-1 I i cl in
V.IHK lllllll I'.l ,'.1111,11 ,.l II in. I I I 1 V I
Eugene Sienr has returned from sn
automobile trip to IJsbon, N. II where
ho vlslteel his brother. Dr. I'ank Spear.
The Whist club gave a supper and party
In honor of Mr. and Mrs. F U. Beers nt
Library hall Friday eve-ning. Over to
guests wore present. Mr. nnd Mrs. W,
V Bench visited friends In Port Kent,
N. V., this week. Miss Sophia Williams
has returned to her teaching In Jones
vllle. Tho Whist club eirganlze-d Friday
evening with the following oltlccrs: Presi
dent, L. B. MoNoll; secretary, Mrs. Cyrus
Horsford; treasurer, Mrs. Slnnton Wil
liams; membership committee, Mrs. Albert
Chnpman, Mrs. Beach, Mrs. Stanton Wil
liams. The club met Wednesday even
ing. The ashes of Robert Hazard and In
fnnt daiif-hler wcro brought htrs last
week and Intel led in tho Holmes family
lot In Grand View cemetery. Mr. and
Mrs. John Luoa are tho parents of n
son born Tbuisday. Mr. nnd Mrs. E. B.
Beers left for St. Paul for a shoit stay
after which they will go to Denver and
lale.r to Southern California. Mrs. My
ron illlnnit. ha re turned from visiting
ho- son, .lucid, In Burlington. Miss Flor
ence Miilllson Is visiting her slater Mrs.
J. Adams In St. George.
In Justice court before II. II. Fuller,
Edward Murry. on an indictment for rais
ing a cluck, was bound over In the sum
of nnd being unable to Unci that
amount be w:tB committed tu Jail. The
Son for tin sum of SU.'.!"., which ho raised
'., Jl'.i.". Dr. Sanderson cas'hed the check
mid It vv.is tent in to tie bank by II. L.
I Well. The bank detected the "raising"
and returned it. Mrs. Rosa Carroll and
Lottie Sweeney have (.one to Tilton, N,
II. Mb nael Carroll has closed out Ills
(roods and furniture to It. I.. Powell.
f Wolcott. Mrs.
liukson hud been III for a lone tlm,-.
been received of tlie death In California Gorge Roberts t elurn-il f i urn St .luli'is- '. . nine, s. nun . . me nun o. .,ii..
nf Mix V..111,. I".,,,, foi-ntr-rlv of Ibis ii'-ire lunv Tii..k.1 vv ael-e II visited itltll .Airnie". - n. t. .t....i '" " I lie lll.tll si.s,e,-.e,i v. u. o- . tt
, ll.l I in rt enoi 1 1. 1 s I ,-i n I i,i I iiiiio ii - I lie I r ,1(11. .III. I. I . i.. I inn i I o -1 ie -, . - - ,
,.l 1..... I.., I..... ......l.lni. .,,.,.l,.u 1 1,1.. .11 ...I... ... 1.. Cl.r.ll.o,'., . i di''t'l I' t
.C T Hi. Iloni vtjlleil Ills tt I f e lit tile I",.,-,,iu oil;,.,, U blifiullliT 111 vnelltiil lb"'1'
I'nnny Allen hospital Sunday. -Miss -with friends In New- York. -IM'v-irl
Grare Mei ill) is 111 at the home of Mrs. Rurbn met with a painful aicideiU i HINESBUR
I., il. ifuviiigmn in lii-auoi. in--- sisn-i.-, -ruesilay noon tv lilie plavnig looti.all
Lena and Carrie Morib, are with her. Bmli bone.-- were fnu-lu i ed ai the b'fl
boy was t ikcn lo his Imln
visit wall bis doiig.itei ,n I'.o.s.on. The
F-ting nf tlie o. K. S. waa
here Wednesday Mft'-rnnnn and
i ultig w il'.i tin- lo '.il Incise
bv ills I'oiiiiianiuiis. i(e was taken t"
Mrs. G. II. Hall litis returned fium the Mary I-'leti her liosuital Wednes.l-iy
Westlleld, Mass.. wbre she hasbi en -oine moniliig for treai meiit Mr. anil Mrs
weeks with lnr da lighter. Mrs. S. G. liiilpb Buller i eturne-l to Watei bury.
Mnnre. .1 C Moure pleked a half a do:".- Conn.. Tues.biv .Mr. aial .Mrs. Watson
en raspberiies In Ills guide n mi the Mb. Webb and Mr. and Mrs. S- ard Webb
-'"be Ladles' Aid havve changed th- ,.,nd their g'!i sts. who linv.- be, n .it
dates of the "Dutch Fair" to 1 leceinhei s.heliunic Cainis fm- th-ir I'.niiu.il
.". and B.-Dr. Sbaion returned from Bui- i l;t, have returned to New York.
Ilnglon I iiesdat . Tin tlinak-olTcfin;;
1 The Rev. F I'- Saw v er an ' Mrs Saw
'Vtrvir iMt-d lo Morlfi. N. V.. last week
Almolulely Without Palu,
Tho only olTico in Burlington -where
you can got teeth extracted without a
particle of pain, without taking kb.
My method Is used by no ether person.
No p-vln; no danger; no nfter effects.
mi. i.. n. HA.i:.
Office, 134 Main St., Burlington. Vt.
.Offico Houtu. 10 to 3. 7 to i.
The Ladles' Aid M.,.y b dil ail
experience social hi the veslr.t Wednes
day evoili'.g- lood mush was furnlsbi d
and reflesbments served. The Ladles'
Aid will hold the regular monthly meet
ing In lb,- parlors of the chuii-li Friday
afternoon, Every member Is earnestly re
iiuested to be pieselit. Mrs. A and II,
Booth will entertain.
E.-lic it .seiitiitlve A. .1. Cusbman has
gone to .Moiitp.-llei- tti attend th. icimtuii
ot I ( pi esentallves. Tlie Gage Ceineti.-iy
smlety will Iml. I a chicken pie supper at
II. J. Lariows Tiiesdnv evening Noveni
ber 1'J. S. A. ijulnn of Burlington has
taken piisse-sslun of the Thomas fnint
he recently purchased. M. Dliigman
Is III. An experience social wll be held
at the Methodist Eplseopnl Chiir-h Wed
nesday evening. MW Rr.sclyn Brlggs,
who had an attack of typhoid fever Is
much better, Miss Martha Hawkins will
entert iln the Friendship League Saturday
November in. Mrs. O, C. rield and
daughter, Frances, at tho Mary Fletcher
Hospital are Improving. Mrs. A, .1.
Cushmnn Is III. Mrs. Wllllnm Bard nt
Mary Fletcher Hospital, rocrnllly un
do went u serious operation on her eyes,
NEW HAVEN MILLS.
An Illustrated lecture on "Everyday
Llfo In Japan'' will bo given In tho
school hall, Now Hnvou Mills, Novem
ber IB, nt 8:00 p. m. A slvor collec
tion will he taken.
Mrs. It. N, Warner is to entartaln the
D. A. R. on Friday, Mr, nnd Mrs. It,
C. Sherbeno, who spent tho suinme.
wlth Mr. nnd Mrs. John Wilkinson, liuvo
moved to Hardwlck. The Rev. and
Mrs. C. T. Reekie and son went to Kant
Mlddlebury Friday to visit. Tho
"Gentleman's Social" Is to be hell Fri
day evening. November 22, at the
church. Grand View Orange Is to ob
serve anniversary night Friday even
ing. Erwin Clsrk, who hns been tit
homo 111, Is reported hotter, Mr,
meeting of the Woman's- Heard Is Thurs
day. Nov ember :'!. with Mrs. II. II.
Blll-ge. -M-S. Ih llest Mlslllel, w ho hliS
been the guest of ln-r gi-iii'liiintlier. Mis.
Mlntern. leturned to her boiin- in Iltosick
Falls Tiiesdav -Tin- Rev. I lltcln-o.-i.
will priach In the Congregational Cliui. ii
Sunda.v. Mrs. B. W. Hall is visiting in
The ,lw tiling house, store anil bain C
(i. N. Baldwin woe burned to the ground
l'lldat night bow en twelve and one
o'oloeN. Mr Baldwin only siicccedeil In
saving Hi, -afe. a few household ailb-les,
also the burses and wagons. Tile family
lai.l- . .i.ip. d losing all their tlnthlng.
Tb' uiii-e ul' the lire Is nnkinnvn. - Mr.
and Mis. Ihigi-ne I'nv were over Sunday
visitors in ForlHbiiig. Ml.-s F.vah Shep
aril l.iis a -cciitcil a position at th.- Maiy
There will be ii social at the town hall
Friday evening A bin vest supper will
be so ved from i'. ,.'M in followed b a
slum program of contests .iml games,
under the auspices of tut- i huivh sucl.il
.1. M. St'.v-cns sucee.-ili-il In picking fioni
bis on bard l.L'uu h,u rel.-. of No. 1 apples--D.
G Wills bus iicovei'id from an Illness.
Judge Branch hns returned from Paw
let, where he spoil some days with his
daughter, Mis. .1. W. Clink. Miss Alice
Win rcn H turned to New Vol k last Wed.
nesdav -Ml.-s Bessie Skinner of Same,
vllle, Mass, has been In town for a few
dnys.-Kcott Felton of Orwell and Wll
Ham Jennings of Hubbardtnn havo oua
to the Albany Business College-
G. A Thayer Is In Montpeller. -Qulncy
Morrill ha.s llnlshed work for James Mln
nchau and gone to Charlotte to work for
Royal Hnmllton llayden Bowen has
gone Into the real estnte business. H. J.
Davis's daughter and her family hnvo
como to spend tho winter with him.
Wont has been received of the serious
illness of Mrs. Jennie (Falby) Recman
of Wiiuknn, In,, from the effects of a
shock, llor son, Dr. F. D. Falby, has gono
to sec her Mr. and Mrs. Royal I-a Rose
nie visiting his parents, Mr and Mm.
Henry LaRose Ernest P. Stllson has
moved Ids family to the rooms In Mrs.
Delia Dean's house. U" will carry on
her fnrm the coming year -F. I5- 5,f
Entce, who has woikt-d for John Thomas
for nearly Mur years, has llnlshed thero
and entered tho employ of Guy N. Bald
win -Mis. Andrew Bushel", who hud been
111 with dropsy, tiled Sunday morning.
She leaves a husband and three children.
Gr-oiKe Thomas has moved back to his
own farm. Ills wlfo 1 regaining the use
c Barne.s ;,t tlie'r home Tl. irsd.ic even-
ing, the occasion In ing tli -'..'th annlver
I sar-- of their marriage. A perse of money
j v. as pro'eii'eil them, l, sale other pres(
J Oils. Refrt-shnie-.tli vv, -e .serv.1.
! Wi dillnc Invitation.-- have linn s"nt nut
Mr and Mrs. K. A. Tbomis are gnests , v Mr .,,,,1 Mr.s. ILmfoid D. Freeman of
at the home of A. B. Wm d. Mr. anil Mrs. ' N.i-.igatuek, Conn, for the wedding of
c M. Austin were In fwn Novemb-r 10.' .,.,. .laughter. Mnrv. in Rov L. Gilman.
n.mw: "V' w'lU Mr. t nf-'mtnn lu
tl.i . In court ii'M' ' It'leT'Mv
M fi C!nrU S.uindm on K.int tn stro
I' llii t v li.tr.ii uup ut iiT nupr :i. aint? 111.1
A' a Htriw vol.- tn'-.rn .v tho p'nlls o: j "'I.iMrv itH-civnl mviv presents.
w (in 'i'Im- t ipi.ii ni' ti.iii thf Mnth- t
. iniri.i ii n- u i iitn-nr nn si .i i t r-i i ;i nit'. :i:n rf- i t' ai n
l"l ,1.1 HI' t'.IIIIJi 14. t'll' IfWII r. I "J '
Il I lit . .1. D. ttUUll.tii. U, J.. LilU jt'
i , , Ilium ii iuin ''.iu'bi a. ttinrv
Tin .v w'l! -all for I'm to I'.b o Nov em'.tt r
: lnr Cic vvlnto.-Ml s, K. B. l'helps and
nn lave r- turned fioni the Mar-'
Ml- l.f.x'cll'i Wellmrer 111,1 cllPiIrell
v-MimI m llllion Sund iy -Mrs. M. W.
Hlitil.il,- iiassiii is-iluiil. iy and Sunday In
Ylu i eremony s set for November ST.
Mr lilirnin Is a former resident of this
town lie has many friends here The
v oung people hi'd a leap year hall at the
town ball !-"i"idav evening. The funeral
of Sylvnt".s spracue was held Saturday
ill.- I mile of els nephew, Harve'-.
Miss Ann i I'.itrbk" has r"turncd from
l.iirll"glnii -Mis.s Kthe Skiff ha.s i"f-
llinolnirg -Mr. nd Mi.". W. V'. Tin It - t .i'ii"d I'roie a trip lo Holt-oke and Sprtns:-
li.ur. of Caslli toll vvei" visitors at 111"
j In. nn- of j;,,i Aycr Sundaj,
.Mis. I'Toytt Grow Is tu Bristol, called
then, bv tin- i'.lu.s of her t.Uber, Mr.
loiter - lloli.-rt lleiilev ul Hi rl.ngion and
Mr. Dean of Bristol woe nl John Allen's i tiv , 'io. the Urs-l of the week. MK-
'nvcr Siintla.v -Tue ltev .1, -dub Kul.ler I M.t.ll- M' Ken.le was , al'ed from her
! wenl to I'hiosliurg Saturday tor a short 1 eel ool at X.n t'i Tmv lit the death of her
i visit. -The Balsv Chain will mi et at the lather, Austin M Kenzl".
; home of Ms I-'loii-nce Smith on Satin-
1 elil, M. -s Mlsn Gladvs Wilder Is spend
ing a week with her grandmother, Mrs.
Mrs Guv Tobef vva.c coKcil to Burling
Ion Tii'-sd.i . In the set Ions illni ss of Mss
i l.u i Tobev Mrs. c S. Islmin nnd Mrs.
K. I. I ' vice o liurllngtnn visited rnla-
dav al'tei i. Don.
I. eon Katon and Mis. Geitrinlc Itu.t
sell were innrrl".! Satunlity by the
ltev. .loslah Kidder.
The laill.-s of the Baptist chinch will
sirve .t ilinnei In the Church Tbui ,luy.
Mis. I.o'ila Macnin' er is nt home fiom
Uulland -Mrs. l-"loy,l e.iovv lu.s le.unied
from Bristol ICugene Itocliwood of Chi
cago is visiting his mother, Mrs. Marlette
Boelitvood. Ms. I-'. U, Smith has ie
turneil fiom BurlliiKton. The tlatc nf the
IM-M uiiinlier nf tho entertalninelit course,
"The Masiiuers," which was to bu given
November 2. has been liostponed until
Dei ember t.
The I'lilon Circle of Kiuii's DaiiKh
ters will meet with Mrs. It. Blown
and Mrs. Arthur Brown l-'rldav. Din
ner will bo served at one o'clock at
the home of Mrs. 11, K. Brown.
Mr. and Mrs. John Maynaul have koii
to Wnshlnuton, D. C, In reside In the
future.-Fred Singer of Mneos-. Que., Is
li visitor here this week. The Rev. N. C.
CushiiiB of Hlneibum in u cuest ot his
sister, Mrs. SU-Ila J. Mesfler.
Ml Doris Brown was at home over
Sunday from Underbill, where she
toachce.-MlBH M. Helen Wallace of Fnlr
llcld, who tftUKht the grammar srades
here Inst year, la vlsltlnc In town -Mr.
and Mrs. Bert Beers nnd family uttendt?d
the Rolden weddlnjt unnlveraary of lit-'
parents, Mr, and Mrs. Rantom Beers, In
nurllngton Baturdny. MUs Oonla Barber
was at home over Sunday from Esuox
Center. James A. Morse nnd on, Guy,
wero in nurllngton Tueidoy.-The mttf
ejuerade hall at the hall Friday evening
was attended by a large crowd, The
Social Ben-Ice olub will meet Wednesday,
November 20. with Mrs. Medora Brown.
iir. ao4 ilrf. letcer UoCUryU. nho
A. I' Nat- of lle.ston spent Sunday at
holm tviili bis parents. Dr. and Mrs. W.
t'. Nat B T S.-ntt nntl famliy of Dud
l,t, Mas . bate been visiting In town -Mr
ai.il Mis I'eter Giee-nough ot Klmore
civ a; ling a few davs at F- 1. Till-
son's. c. fitiss ,-ind Boy Montgomery
iiiailc a trip to Bristol Tuesday by auto
mobile Temperance Sundny wns ob-sov-d
bv the Congregational Sunday
.school A piograni nf special music and
re, .utlnns was cm led nut Miss fon
nars of Bui llngtoil Is tho guest of Mrs.
K. G. Sclilvtlg.
lo r. D l'lilby and son. Charles, hnvo
ui 1 1 v il liom Waukon, la, where Dr.
Faint was called by the serious Illness
nf his mother, Mrs. Beemnn, who Is re
ported somewhat Improved Louis Dwiro
who hns been employed in the box fac
tory In Richmond, has returned. Miss
Jitn.i Hinds Is visiting In Waterburv
.Mrs Fay Marvin spent the week-end
with her patent, Mr- nnd Mrs :. H.
Hinds, returning to Georgia Monday.
News h.iH been received of the death of
Sanliud Boss, who died while visiting
Ills son In Harlovvton, Mont . Mrs. F.
M. Norton and daughter, Boulah, havo
returned from Burlington nfter spend
ing a few dnys with her prand-parents,
Mr and Mrs. II. C, Beers, of North
Avenue -Airs. Wllllnm Cleveland of Fs
sev; is visiting friends in town.
Harold Walton hns moved Into a part
of I.. K. Baldwin's house. Charles Jlmmo
has unpaged to work for Bnlpli Miles and
moved Into tho tenement houso on his
farm. -Mr. nnd Mis. William Cndy of
Jetlclio visited their daughter, Mrs. M.
K. Brewster, over Sundny. A daughter
vv.is born to Mr. nnd Mrs. Honry Sisters
fiaturday.-MiB. Clyde Brewster lulled
..i- m.ll 'i.lloliln Tlm flimilnv school nr.
Voung I'enple s society nssiarnu in an ii
services ot tho day. Tho singing was
a chorus choir under tno dlt option
William Gallup, and there wns a spe,
solo by llttlo Ilorcnco Nichols In
inn iinirv jtiiuK i no uuiiiyaiir -
completed making: brick for tna .tea
about seven millions made this year.
A daughter wis Porn Saturday io it
and Mrs. Fred 1 lomiur.
The hose struck nlm over tho left ey
Mitthevv Hunter dreasoel tho wound.
Three persons whose combined aire
..... . t,.,-, ,h , gI'i nn in.se nic
j. ,r .i. .....I -lV-r,,d Tahnfn. H
of Wllllston who go to San Jose.
MUs Bessl-j Carey entertained 13 of he
voinnr fi anils at supper -tionuay nven-.n
In honor of her leth birthday. The ev -lug
ivas spent in pluytng games -'1
parish nouse i-nuar oi l mug, vc uit
candles, loo cream and coffco will
.luiii'iiuu r iiuit cvuuiii;, nun rm ljv
( ii-- niiisirril anli'i'Miinii -it f lif I 'niifi nfii
lUMlitl L-illUA il UUtlllK (lit t'luui iuiiiiiu'11
tiwui mw. 1 1. . . ut'Hanv nan ueii 1
inn lUtloH oi ner nennew, niizun
i..t,i.. Mi- i I .i o , T),it I ,
vlBltlntf hln i)arnte, Mr. nnd Mrt. V.
v C.wIl 11111 V V
montliH, has moved to Wllllston - Mr a
. r ini.. l n ...... i.
Mrs. r It'll lltsr jvii-winiun 'mr (mi Uir
tho Hunter fnrm und taken pohsssloii
tsauinm nnonioon. iiip Krnmniar hcihic
pupils are nihearhlnc: their piny to
pU'ab tin fvnnlni' nf Docoin -ifr fi Mr
und Mm. Fnd W HaU o. J i