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THE mmTJNflTON FREE PRESS AND TlMKSi jj' XOVKMBUR HI, 112.
HAPPENINGS IN VERMONT
Cno(ltinril from page 3.)
from 11 severe Illness. Mrs. A. It. Crnn
dull rami; from 15urllugton Monday,
where ((ho has hern the guest of her son,
Chillies Crandnll and family for several
weeks. Mr. Cmndalt accompanied her
I. crc and she will pns Hie winter with
bcr daughter, Mrs, K. T. Salisbury. Leon
II. Smith of Melrose Highlands, Mum., Is
passing a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Vt,
S. S. Huck.Mis. II. W. Hidden went to
Helliel Motulaj to remain two days with
her brother, Scott tllllctt, and his wife.
M'ss Winifred lllchniond was In lloy.il
tnn over Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
George Laird. Mrs, Naihanlel King of
Northllcld nrrlvcd Monday to visit her
r'stor, Miss Anglo Pllto.-tlarloy llruce,
who Ins been 111 for several weeks and
h has not Improved, was taken to the
i milter mn for treatment Saturday. It
Is Tear d Lint he will develop typhoid
trv. r he Urn. W T SpnrhiiWK will
liver an ilb'stru'ed lecture at Agrli'til
t nl hall ,U Itemlolph renter, .Novemner
Ills silbjectH will be "Vusotnlto
Vallcv, Wttwona and (Mint Seep'orns,
Mntlpos.i County, Cnl." Mrs. Mr.
rle Messer visited In Hethel Moiulav.
Mrs Iniogcne Cloodale arrived Sunday
night and Is now at the homo of her
,i, Mr,, it tt. Iluvward, under
treatment for rheumatism in one of her
knees. Mrs. O. It. Pratt went to Hethel
Mondnv and from there to Pittstleld to
peo lier sister, Mrs Kllen Hrown, who Is
ill. Miss Mary Sto.kwell In confined to
the house with the mumps.-The burst
ing of a water pipe 1" the vestry of the
Mitbodlst Church Saturday flooded the
i.-.rpct in Put room and the auditorium
fo i portion of the iloor space. The
nuihtorl ,m was made ready for use Sitti
0 but th- vestry ai unlit for tlie serv-
Sunday cxenliur. and til- c. I- scrv-
vvas h'ld ;n Hi" auditorium. Mrs.
-lie Phllbricl:. the postmistress nt C ul
,n, Kr.ns., who with her son. Harold,
ben with Mr W. K. l.nmsnn and
J r' W.dsh fo the last two weeks,
il i.n lor homeward Journey Sun-
niltli-H of ngo, is sulTorlng tram a severe
cold. Tile Indies of the Federated Church
arc busy with the preparations for tho
sale to be held December fi.-A daughter
was born Sunday night to Mr. and Mrs.
Guy Osha. Mrs, Luther Kent and young
est child have returned from a several
days' stay at White Itlver junction ami
nre at the homo of her father, I,. .
F.rsklno.-Mrs, tmogeno Ooodalo, who
came fiom Soutli Hoyatton Sunday for
medical treatment, Is at the home of her
daughter, Mrs. II. II. Ilnywnrd suffering
from varlcoso veins.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Uimb of Hurling
ton were guests from Ft May to Monday
of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Xlmhle.-H. L.
Clnrk had an auction Mondny and sold
his oersonal property.-C. 1 Hoyden and
Alfred Wells attended the district Mason- i
Ic meeting at Windsor iiiosiiiiy anernoon
and evening. Several from Randolph attended.-
Jnme- I Urow Is In falling
health ami has been taken to the sani
tarium foi eaie and treatment. Mrs.
Tannic Waldo went to Hethel Saturday
to assist her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Waldo, on their Journey to Kan
sas Monday. They nre Intending to
spend ihe winter there with a son. Fred
Howard shot the first dcr of the flonaon
Friday morning near his premises. Sev
eral hunters have Rime from here and
nre looking In the distance to find thn
frame. Over -1vi licenses have been given
by the town clerk. The officers of tho
AJJIll UMlllil I .--1'IH'UI ill,- .illAiuur. ...
tne approprin 'ion so mat iney nun mi i
new barn with cows, procure their cream- 1
fry outfit and teae'i the art of butter
making and net In -dullness to put up
a dormitory before next fall term.
sides his wife ho Is survived by flvo
.brothers, Wilson II. of Chittenden,
Charles 11, and .1. Qulncy of this town,
O. K. of Illinois and C. C, of Tennessee,
and two sisters, Mrs. William John of
Chittenden nnd Mrs. Flora Songer of New
York. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Manchester
have, closed their house on Harto street
for tho winter nnd Rone to W. C Itusliey's.
Tho annual Thanksgiving day services
will bo held this year in tho Methodist
Church. The Rev. C. K, Heals of tile Con
grcgatlonal Church will preach,
The town district schools closed Friday
for a two weeks' vacation. The ladles
of St. Thomas's Episcopal Church will
hold a food salo In tho store next to
Spoonor's Drug Store, Wednesday, Nov. '
27. Everything for Thanksgiving dinners
will be on salo and orders will bo fill oil If
glvon In time.
Mr. nnd Mrs. K. II. Newton have re
turned to Burlington after spending a
ftw days with Mr. and Mrs C. 1.. Clif
ford. Henton V. Johnson of Youngstown,
Ohio, Is visiting his patents, Mr. and Mrs.
Francis Johnson. Miss Daisy Wldnor
lins leturned to Clareinonl, N. II. I II.
Allen of ltlnesbiug Is visiting his ilnugh-
tor, Mis. Charles Clifford. Mr, nnd Mrs,
(.lllTortl Hodge, who have been the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Talbot for a few
nays, have returned to Fall lllver, Mass.
Mr. and Mr.. George Stewart, who
1 ave been In town for a week, hav re
turned to West Hutland. Miss Clara
liumap Is visiting in Albany, N". Y.--Misses
Delia and Qulnette McConnell,
who have been In California for the past
months, have returned. William i
Prrston of Springfield was in town yes
terday. Miss Huth Sprague has returned
lrom a several weeks' visit to friends In
New Castle, I'll.
the oldest unn nt Hie Into II. II. Mt of
tJllihllionr nn,1 lu ,..H,.l ItlllllVn In tills
Washington muniv cniut .esunied Itfl
sessions Monday afternoon and a deci
sion was hended down In the divorce
case of Mrs. C. A. Dodge against Ocean
W. Hodge. Mr. Dodgo Is ordered to pay ,
15 before December 1 and 2 a wcck in
ward tho sllnnort of a minor child. 1-nto
Ir. thn nfln,nnnn !,.. lllVorCC C.1S0 Of ,
Frank Wheeler of North Montpeller
against l.anra Wheeler for adultery was
taken tin. Mra. Wherl.- Is suing for Ul-
iii-en nnrl fn.,1,u r, nntinter charge of 1
.1 J. Flllott Is visiting his sister In
Ciurdner, Mass.-Mrs. Mary Hnll died
November 10 from the effects of a shock.
She had lived to the ripe old age of 9
years. Nearly nine jcais "go she foil
and hurt her hip and since tli.U tlmo
lind been unable to walk but was al
ways happy. Mr. and Mrs. K. A, Heath
of Ilandolph are In town -News was re
ceded thn llrst of Inst week of the death
of Mrs. Adah (Cuthburt) Hill In Au
burn. N H, Her girlhood days wero
spent In Warren, where the had many
fill nils, The burial was In Hoxbury, and
seveinl from here attended. .1. D. Mc
(iliiflln and son, Clcnn, of Northllcld
iweie In town Thursday to nttcml tne
funeial of Mrs. Hall.
III (SlrtdCOTi BLANKETS
S. Austin, who has been worklnu
ter club was
meeting of the Uochex
hold with Mr. and Mrs
Italph Williams Is Whiting
Held for a few days. Mrs.
R-as taken ti the Holdin hospital at
llardwlck ThuiMlay and nti operation
performed Friday for appendicitis and
other complications. Frank Dupre and
IC. i:. Hartson motored to Stowe Sunday.
1 Harold Hichardson shot a "Vi-pound
Ji, T Dyre Saturday evening, when i i.uek I'rlilay In bis father's sugar place
the following oflicers weie olecte V ( Finnk Forest shot a buck with nigh1
I'rcsldent. I' H. Fassett; vlec-presl- jio.nts S.itnidav near the lleiid. N'njb
dent, A M. Hnbbar.l: secretary and j bins n'glit with Caspian Lake (llange
treasurer, Mrs. D. T. Dyre; social com- IThuisd.n evening was attended by
Tnltten. for one year. Mr. and Mrs. i). , a h,i t numbers of tlie onier
1! Ciocr.e. Mr and Mrs. W. O. Hodg
kins, Mr and Mrs. William Cole; en
f ct.iliiMcnt committee, O. H. Creen
i H Italley, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Mrs. !. II. Hump Is visiting her sister
in Chatham, N. Y. Mrs. W. H. Avery had
the mUfort'iln to fall Mondnv, an 1 bpi'w
i her l"ft wrlt besides otherwise Inj irlng
herfclf. Peter Pfenning, K. J. Hrown unl
in ll.ikeis- ! Cu.v Hose have encli shot a deer, M"
t.uclnda Dow i Ilrnw n's helm.- the largest. It welched .1"'
pounds and had M prongs Tim Woman's
Arxlllnry met vlth Mrs. I. W. Horn Wed-!
tiesday afternoon.-Mrs. Theodore Hlod-'
cr't and dnitchtei hoc, gone io (ileus
Calls, N. V.. when- they will pass the
I Holton several weeks, returned l rlday. -j
Mis. Jolin Fulton from West Lebanon is
I visiting lier parents, Mr. and Mrs. M I.
Freeman. Mrs. II. II. Austin and chll
' dun were guest, of Mis. Fred Miles Wed
, neaday In Maldlesex. (Jeorse Hvnns,
wlio has been In the Ilea ton hospital will.
1 congestion of the lungs, returned to bl
' homi Sunday. liertha Crlllln of llssex
Junction Is visiting lmi fnt.ier, .In!'
firlllln.--.Mrs Hyion Tiumb.. of Hridge
w.iter has been visiting lie! nrent.s M
and Mrs. Melvln Freeman
Nelson and Mis. Krnest Ha
Ftvston vlsltrd at Mrs l.
Tuesday. Mis. 1. S A t
! . en , luting hi r "ti ;.nil in
. 1 ,ll Wel'US. 1 ft 1.1 lied to hel
Have demonstrated beyond any doubt that they can and do make handsomer and better
cotton blankets than any other manufacturing plant in the United States in their line. 'Till
within a few years, most of the bath robe blankets for men and women were imported from
Germany, now the Germans have "a foe worthy of their steel," as the highest skill in design
ing and finishing- have produced these very handsome and most perfect white and fancy bed
blankets, as well as the fancy bath robe and lounging robe blankets. They also have been
able to reproduce the original "Navajo" Indian blankets for couch or bed cover in these soft,
warm cotton blankets. One can hardly believe their own eyes that there isn't a particle of
wool in the Beacon blankets, either white, colored or fancies, colors perfectly fast.
k'ls "I V '
Ito k rt
for -i .
Mrs Alethan Italic y Smith,
' Mier Hubbard; soliciting com-
i I, and Mrs Hubbard, Mr
i Hodgklns, D. T. Dyre and
K. Matthews, table, .Mr. ami
31 . Jones, Mr. and Mis. I.ero"
rUartln, Mr. and Mrs A. P. Lamb. Miss
Minnie Carpenter; hall an i buying
rommlttee, Alfred F.aton. The elu-,
will not have a Thanksgiving dinner
this year, but intends to give several
socials during the season and an on-
tnplnlnmant l.1! i.dnrlr'L I,I"P(1h left
Tuesdav for New York, wbe.e he went ?P""'l"l f''w 'InV" "t ""h TT"y
to meet a friend returning fiom a
Velmnie Verge shot a 2'Ki pound buck
Saturday and Monday Krnest Henwnro
and Mr. flreenwond shot one that weighed
about pounds. At Lowell Mr. Chase
shot n large one Saturday and on the
lath Krwln Rockwell of Troy shot a
good one. Last Sunday the P.ev. and Mrs.
O. K. Harnard had their son. Orlo Eugene,
baptized in the Congregational Church
by his father. Mr. Harnard preached that
day and is staying with his son for two
weeks nnd assisting In the evangelistic
services held at Troy each evening. -Mr.
Adam.-, of Lowell has moved into the
Foster house. Mrs W. O. Wright has
trip abroad. Frank Parsons of New
York arrived Saturday night nnd Is
nt the Parsons farm this week ir
rnnp.1nir for the sale of the farm and
ptoi k November -'0. John Parsons is
nls, there for the present. It is es
perteil that the senior Mr. Parsons
will pass a few months with his
daughter, Mrs. Kiln fl'arsonsl Connor,
at li r home In Manchester. Mrs.
i online left for home Tnssday. An-otlri-
daughter Mrs. .1 C. Mann, Ii
also neie with her husband from
f-ijth Dakota for a short stay at the
cd i homo after passing three years In
tl e West Miss Jennie Hell, the
d.l "lltet or the lite e-fiov. Hell, who
has been bote sin, e the last of the
week with Mrs H II. Mason, left
Mondnv Mr and Mrs. F. H Kotelium
Wh have for .several Weeks been ill
Boston. Worcester. Concord, N. H.
and White lllver Junction, returned
Monday Mis W. W Somervllle, who
has been in Hurllngton sine,, patur
day. returned Tues lay. Mrs. M-iv
Tv'yman arrived from Hethel Tuesdi-
Mrs. Avis Dow, who aas tieen nt the
t-aultarliim for surgical treatment. I.'
Jiow ible to be at her home iMrh. I.
T Mies of .Montpeller came Tues
o to visit Miss Ida Hattles. M-a
I. t Sargent of Woodsvllle, N. H,
iiiri I'd Tuesday for a short stay with
In r sister, Miss Alice M"lntyro. at the
hemic of Mrs. H. L Mclntyre Leon
fimltli, who has bectn with Mr and
Jlr.s W S. S. I!ue) since Saturiln
vent to Melrose Highlands Tiiesip, v.
Fred firanger has returned to liar
mouth College nftet lemalnlng ovc
Sunday with his uncle. Hazen Wood
The home of Mrs. Mary T. HolbinoU on
J ' 1 i i i venue w as tlie scene of a Mulct
v " ilnesilay, when lwr daughter,
,; llolbrook, was milled In
Alexander U. Stephen ot
v. J. W. Cliesbro olllclatlng.
uii v.as witnessed by the im
h latlves only. Tlie bride was be-
i hi) ngl. gowned in Copenhagen liluo
s.itlli, and carried a bouquet of carna.-
The little tlower girl was Cylena
a relative of the family. Tim
,'ng service was used. Mrs. John
n.i.s the organist, who played tho
vm r, march fiom Lohengrin. Tho
1 tiling away suit was of dark blue
v aid, with a large black hat. Fed
1 i, the ceremoiiv Mr. and Mrs. Ste
1 i "i b ft for a wedding trip to Hoston
nnd Worcester, Mass., and on their re
t trn will be at home at l Avcrlll street,
Jlij-re, where the groom has a position
In tlie firm of M irr .v. Cordon, granite
dealers, The bride has from childhood
been a lestdent of tills town. The gifts I
of llm n, chin. i, and .silver were numerous
und lieaiitllul. Mrs. John Morse and her
children. Miss Cylena and Master John,
uro guests of Mrs. Mary llolbrook. Mis.
C, K. Lazelle went to While Ulver Junc
tion Wcdiiisduy for a few days. J J,
Ullniets, who has been at Johnson un
creamery business, returned Wednesday.
- Mr and Mrs Fted Dudley and elilldien
went to llialntree Wednesday, where
Mrs. Dudley will visit Mrs. Arthur Mont
gomery, vvhllo Mr. Dudley goes hunting,
Mrs Fred Hichardson and daughter
w it to South lloyalion vv ecuiesuay to
visli her daughter, Mrs Lai I lllbbjrd.
n !: O. Illanchard, who went to lios
t in Friday,, returned Tuesday.- Mrs Jo
,i. mi Manning ol Hast Ciianvllle nrilved
VAnlncsdny for a short visit with lier
n i -.or, Mrs. Jennie Smith. Mrs. CJeorgo
3 1 l.ette left Wednesday morning to visit
hi r aunt, Mrs. Martha ensiling, In Hethel,
- Mrs. Jackman, who has been living In
the house of Mrs. H. Ci, Kellogg, has gone
to live In tho upper tenement In Mrs.
Hastings's House cm Fnles street. The
meeting of the Hrotherhood was held In
tbn parish homo on Monday night, at
tended by about 76 meiii who after tho
upper wero entertained by an address
by ProfMwor Cook of the agricultural
school at Ilandolph on "Haclcrla and It
Ilffect upon the Present." Following IiIb
address L. H. HTlghatn gave a reading nnd
Prof II. W 1owIh acted ,ih Import-on-
tor, giving several selections. -William
1Ibi.!i, i. . j o . ... fculu txuu Um UiQf.
with her sister. The village schools close,
this week for n short vacation. The same
teachers are to lemalu through the yo'ir.
Leslie Walkel wa.' the Hist hole to git.
a deer. Merrill 'iibb" "aiiie home from
Fair Haven Sunday. Tin Hev. rh.-nles!
T. Hayward brought Mrs Havwaid hern J
from Cib'tis Falls Sntuiilnv and tho.v will
spend a few do i hem. Mr. Hayward'
preached foimerly at V.axt Fairfield and.
Wllllston P. S. Henlamin of Whitehall
Is spending a few davs v.ith his daughter,
Mrs J. C King. Thninlay and Friday'
the Metludl.it l.piscopal eonmi'Kiitlon will t
hold Us annual fair at the town hall I
M . '!"
')lge Wll0!l lif
vNHIoi b"i eiol
bus 1 1 turned. - I
comb le't Monday foi W
M'lf-u, vhoie be Is to hive
In e diuu store. Mr-. A K
s'.n. Kveri it, ire both ill.
wilh pn umonla. Tlie next
mint of leeli ic couisc will 1
e glvm by
nn ltnlian mi . mn of eight piece" on
the even tic of De -embc I'.. -Mrs. Jure
F.rvvln Is a vl-li'..' in Mont.nlnr and P n-
And in the Indian design, are wonderfully ar
tistic, large full size, at $3.98
Tlie Jacauard Comfortable
Double the line from previous years.
nl rizo, wide sntin bound at the same price
are in gray and white, as well as in tan
and white, double faced priced at $5.98
In the afternoon and evening. Fach nlKlit namsviile.
to ten o'clock supper will bet
Mrs. Merva Henfrevv, aged 74. died at
her home Friday. The funeral was held
Sunday, the P.ev. Mr. Ciordon and tlie
Itev. Mr. Ilowiey officiating. The remains
were taken to CJroton Monday morning
and placed in the family lot. Those from
out of town to attend Mrs. Renfrew's
funernl were Anna Henfrew of Peaeham,
Mr. and Mrs. Hooper, Mr. and Mrs. James
(iall.igher, Mr. and .Mrs. Kdwanl Galla
gher, and John Gallagher of Hnrdwlclt,
.Mr. and Mr.1-, c II. Itou-ers, Mr. and Mrs.
.Miles, Mr nnd Mrs. George Sanders, O.
C. and Carl Whltcher and Mrs. Sliep
nrd of Albany. She was a woman re-
i siiected and beloved by all who knew
her -Mis. 11 C. .Moodie was c-alb-d t..
Mlydi Puk bv the serious condition of
I tln lr son, Ora. Inej: Hathaway of Dover,
N. 11., is Keeping house for S. A. Smith.
i ills lMwhi Mi.itt in left for HrNtuI 'ast
I Wi el;, wheie she i xpects to spend the
uii.ler. Mi . and Mrs N. H. Kinney re
ti.ined ficm Ifoston l'rlday. where tliey
l were called to attend the f moral of their
I sori-in biw, 1. A Whiting.
Mrs. A A Gordon has returned from
, IVmfiet, Conn. Italph Hamblett, a for
' nu r Derby boy, was married nt Newport
November 12 to Miss Natalie Tarlton by
the Itev. L. A Fdwards. The gift of tho
gloom's lather, now of West Charleston,
' was Jir Mr. and Mrs Hamblett will
ri side in Springfield, Maw., where
he l.s In business. C. Wllley has had a
relapse and it Is now feared he will not
iceover. His son. Inland, was at homo
over Sunday. News from Dr. Comings of
Fiiitene, Ore., reports that Oregon has
gone dry nnd aLo that the suffrage law
A unlet but pretty wedding tool.
nt eight o'i loi k p. m. November l!i
the home of Mr.-. Kllen C Somerv
Moretown. when her daughter, Harriet
Alice, was united in marriage with Fred
S. Howes 111 the presence of Immediate
lehitlves nnd intimate friends. The cere
mony was performed in the pallor under
an arch of eveigrecn, bunked with p ihns.
The Itev. J. Ldward WrUht of the Fnit.i-(
rian Church of Montpeller perfoi med Hie
ceremony, the suig.i ring service oelng
used. The bride was liaiuNotilelv gownid
n. white clilffon over blue satin and car-!,,.
rled a shower boiuiuet of white loie-". Ilei
liMiT, Miss .M.lttle Sullli IVllle, !H till-
ica'd of honor and won white and i ar
iled link carnation" Th" gioom had
Luke K. Somer as his best man. Miss
Lvelyn Dtnsmoie, a cousin of the urooni,
played tile custoniai, wedillni: inai'-be'i.
The house was be.iiilifiillv d iraled witll
1 ,'!a.i and t.t ilow.i-. mostly earn.i
I on", th,. (iiloi- .e'vuie being pink and
v lilt. l'.il'owliig th 'l-'inoni a niiffet
loiieh was -rvnl. Mrs. W. A. Klng.-b'irv
and tlie M'sres 1011a ' '. Smnei ille. I rem
A Chllds and Lvelvn L. lensm,,r,.
n-rvid Ml. .Hid Mrs. Howes ivciiw I
man-.- useful unl valuable presents. Attir
n wedding tilp to New York tliev will r' -ude
with the groom's par. ins. Mr. Mid
Mrf. Frank How is. Tlie bride bar, be. n
;i successful ti acher for several veniv.
having l night in .Middle se and More
town, and the liiioiii Is .i irospeMii.-.
young fa truer.
D. O. Hi nee died i.ddi nl.i T.ie
day morning at five o'clock of heart
failure. He had boon in poor health for
a long time, but had of late seemed
as well as usual, lie was iiT years of
age and Is survived by his wlte, two
daughters and one, son. He wns a farmer,
but had been living in the vlllase
The .-m.illpox n.u irantuie has been lift
ed, no new cases having developed Wil
bam A. Fills has moved his family to
New Vork cit.v. Mirs Minnie F. Smith Is
i nt Hrat'leboio for the winter. Mrs. C
Denny, aeceimp.inle el by Miss Peirl She
. wood, has gone to Winter Patk, Fla . fo
! the w'.ntrr. Henry O. Sha ier of Mldd'i
. town. Conn., died sudden) Sunday irg
aftir an Illness of otdv a ft w hours' d .
i.itlon, at the home of his .-un-in-law, N
M. Johnson on Ki.-t stiee Mr. an!
Mrs. Sballet c.inii- here a fr vv weet,
! ago, expecting to spend the v. In er ;
1 tlidi ilnuglitcr
Kilel.iv ai.etnuon at the home
. I.. Li . -e the llyiatla clo'. ,, i-
tin Intiiisli'ig "Child Study Div' 'i
piogi.uil was as follows: I'.ol1 eall '
iimntliuis cniieei nlnt; ihlldien I'm
Food for children." -M-- Stanlej . "Ci
opiiatloii lietwien l-ar-nis and Teac
' Mrs .be.., ii, '
sat I '
1 i.ll 111 I ii at
to It'. ,.
tl.e i lub
ti, .il .'.
One i r
of Man- i a. -'
ell 1 d i
a P -i
1 - oil
.Hill ' '
M Like to Haye for a Gilt
Are so ooft and nice, one would take their oath that
they were vool or part wool, for they "hand" like
an all-wool, finished with wide colored silk binding,
just ns the California wool blankets are. The price
range is quite large we'd like you to see them.
Tlie Bath Robe Blankets lor Ladies
n l s e;i l .
1 I if
Jv 111 i-i
othel' things o -' ' v b
IMiK atlen Diiv. VcDow l' D-'iv
Chr!stllle Tlee. 'CollselV t'.'ill
"Doim site Sileiee I .n "
and "Health I l '
this i lub mot ts no, , i
we-l Mi.-. . 1. W11--011.
till VellllMU Peliel'.lllon 1
elii'is, who is a tnenibi 1 01
club, lettiineii Finlaj iroin .
New Vmk State Federation
clubs lu Id at Ubanv V m.v
.mi m i t
IU, ' )
IM v. ' I
e Hp ti
VI.-.' tO t'
M.cmI.i ts o
nallonal 1 eput.itlun
.Ml-. A, P. Sweet has gone to Boston.
County lioad Commissioner S. H, Bates
ot Derby was in town Tuesday looking
over tin" Slate road work. Mrs. Hachael
Smith ritl'i'iieil Saturday to lier homo In
Chatham, N. V., after spending tho stim
uli 1 Willi liei daughter, Mrs. I. Slephen-soii.-Lowell
public library will open Sat
urdnj at the honie of tho librarian, Mrs.
N. L. Wingit Tin library hours will
be from 1 tn j;:if ami from :3o to U
S iturday afternoon and evening of each
week, until further notice, Mr. and
Mrs. Finest Tticharils of St. Albans are
spincliug a few weeks with Mrs. Itlch
orel's mother. Mrs. A. C. Austin. II.
F. Hall started this week for Clnrksvllle,
Va where In will spend tho winter.
i Henry Fenway of Chicago, 111,, Is tho
guest of his brother, Peter Henway.
Town Clerk A. P. Sweet r ports that ho
has Issued 101 hunter's licenses, Tho
Waincr niothcrs have sold one of their
timber lots to .1. H Sllsby A company.
-Miss Mvrtle Sanborn hns gone to South
Norwnlk, Conn,, where she will spend
the winter with hoi sister, Mr- II 11.
Hurt. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Dana of
Lyndonvllle are guests this week of Mr.
nnd Mrs Scott Stannard.
Heports Saturday Indicated about a
dozen deeM shot in this county legally
and probably mure' than that number of
doe sliol illegally. Countv Game Warden '
Chaplu of Middlesex has Instructed all'
of his deputv wardens to ferret out all
cases of Illegal killing and not as full In-
formation as posdhle, as ft b is been dc- j
termlnd ! enforce the law as fullv
Well' the!!' ,llld Vll. ,
Vol I: I'edeiallon is cerv 0111,1
iis-,,11 is cry eiitlrislas
Vermont Federation and 1
. ol the Vciiuonl women 1
11 10 Aih.inv. Mi.- W.is-oti spo'v
lie ilobf In Hel'ows Fall", He'll
unl r.iaUi"boio. Dr W. I
e.i 'lie stale bospral rotvin
oiintiiiv, t ip with Io P 'I S'" 1
. t, any time (more especially at Christmas
fw), t. balh robe mndc by hand, from a
j.eacon Blanket All blankets have orna
ment and girdle made to match. The $2,98
line is notably handsome there are others
rt $3.50 to
Are in a wide range of patterns and color
ings that are difficult to describe. By buy
ing the blanket you get exclusive patterns
that you can get in no other way, all are
double faced, in floral and Oriental designs
priced from $2.98 up to $3.98, with girdle
and ornaments to match.
of I'll' 1 1 1 1 u lull to New
v assoi. .hut .i '.ii ;e b
.nth r nn in ii d r.j
much 1 ir;:i"- than Ire
"I 111 1 0 Stoll,' el's,
The V.Oiels i o.ltllii
-Cam" W .H'.b i II .1
Is one of tho vsry important lines for the "little
lets;" the lif-rht b'.uc and pink with juvenile designs
that are very pretty, at 75c each, in a single box.
They havo also produced the "Navajo" blanket
fer children's carriage or sleigh robes, as well as
irr llr extra bed covering priced at $1.50, all put
up in tingle boxes. We also have the plain pink
and light blue blankets with wide silk binding, at
Kdwnrd M Clown
Ml from a tra'n at
about midnight Thut:
w as later .unpi tateel
1 eel to dirge
o 1" '
of Hurllnutriii. who
'day, and whose leg
at HeMon hospital,
Mrs. II K Cool lias gone to U 1 1 " -llngton,
wheie. she will leinuln durln?
Ihe winter- Miss Man 1 Fnrnham
spent Saturday and Sunday nt her
home lu Fast Sliorehum. Mr. ami
Mrs. Thomas Moore1, who havo b.ie.-i
visiting In town, have returned to
Tlconderoga, X. V. Mrs., Albert Sum
ner and Miss Ttorthn Sumner go to
lay to visit relatives In Albany nnJ
Walton, X. Y, Tho Hev. K. H. Scoley,
who sufferod a paralytic shock 10
days ago, continues Io Improve slowly
Word lias horn tecelved of Ihe death of
K, Il Churchill, at his home Ip North
l"ntie .Wh, Ho was born in Chittenden
June n, IVW. Ho was a vetetnn of tho Civil
War, enlisting In ISii'i as a private In
Companj H, FlrM Vermont cavolr, 13e-
was reported Sotuidav as resting well
although the dioek of his Injury and lav
ing six hours In the cold was severe.
Hrown wns on his way to the Peine shack
in Moretown anil Jumped from the train
to save tlmo In getting to the shack.
A man who gave' Ins niiiiw as William
Hrown of Wlnooskl sustained a broken
ankle at Montpeller Junction early Fri
day morning and Is now at Heaton hos
pital. Hrown Jumpi'd from tlie train north
of the Junction, evidently thinking he
wns being carrli'el past tho station. He
lay beflde the track with a broken ankle
about six hours, when he was fouml hv
hunters. Chief of Police J. S. Durken
,illd Deputy Sheriff II. C. Kivvson wero
notified and went to the place. I.nter
Volholm's ambulance took the man to
tho hospital. Tho break Is a seilous one.
the bone pcnetrntlng the skin A paith
filled bottle was found near the man nnd
lie was unable to tnlk ooheivtitlv with
those who assisted him to the hospital
lit own Is about 15 vi'iirs old and is said
lo have served an inlistmeiit lu
Tlie .November term of Washington
county court was adjourned without date.
Friday morning, no business being
transacted Ihe Judges dpi not appear
on the b, in h. the adjournment being madu
The family of Clement II. Long, who
was burned out near Wotoibury Center
last week, l.s sadly In need of clothing,
no member of the family having moie
than wns seized In the hurried oxlt from
the burning furnilioiiio. Mr. I'oue hail
no furniture Insurance and th loss was
r, stnggeirlpg one'. Anyone having cloth.
Ing of nny kind or articles of furnltuio
which can bo contribute for the u.s ot
the fAinlly should telephone Hoy K. Wig
gins of Middlesex, who will see that Mr
l.ouc receives the article. Mr. Ims Is
. This i
.eui , d last
vv a - i a M
hill In tlds town Sunday
fore'nuon m mr. for i el, ..I e'en. -Mrs
S. W. Huptil and two son.- ''ft Sntut
ilav fur tb.lt new home in N'oithueiel
Mis. eiuptil is tin matron of Queen
Fsther. No. T. ei - s.. but will return here
for the meetliiL-s Mrs. W. H.
wlio was ill Thi'isda night and
Is more i omfortahlc. Mrs. U. it
attended Saturday the meeting
mils De Lafayette Chapter
the American Itevnlutlon at the home of
Mrs. 1! P. Simpson, College stt-et,
Montpeller. Finest nnd Frank Davis nnd
Oscar Downliu; of Haire are at II. J.
Parclter's for the hunting utis'in
ty-twn took the touchers'
helil under the supot vision
tendent Palmer, Thursday
Northlleld, ltoxbury, Harre
town ml Water' 'in wee rcpre-enieu.
Mr. and Mis. Vincent Hory have' a son.
born Satin ilav. Mr. and Mrs. Armidas
Hubeit hav, n daughter, bom Saturday.
I Line l ti,, voiing daughter of Mr. nnd
Mi- I'llnv e lins,.. s III poor health.
Mr. unl Ml- Ai Moise spent Smid iv fill
v ii..i,,.i ,.i,i, Mr mid Mrs Pert I
Campbell -Miss Xillle Wnodniif re-
the turned from her vacation ami on
I scllool one ned on Cros-elt hill Monday.
Frame's Wright of Steiwv Is a
it the. home of iteprcscuvuv..
Iiukii me. ting S.ilurdaj
and enjoyed the discussion, 'Wfiuu is
the most needed for a successful farmer,
idueailou or e nergy." -The meeting led
bs Dr F. II. Steele. Jr.. t the Oongrn-
unllonallal Cbui-eb Sunday evening
elltluiwlas.il. A mind many Of the
oraiy mvuibers took part. Muilc
by the Vuinont girls, a duett by
(Iretu Pel kins and Ml H. llolcouit
a solo lv vie N-evveonih II tn tin
Mrs. Cl.uk, who bus h.'cn spen.Lns
Miinetlme with her daughter, Mrs ! '
Knight, has leturne.l to Hurbngton
Mrs, K, T. Houston nd duusmu, !-"
have v.naUd nun- a m M s P. U. Ativins'-
b and hum. i io loom, o- ur parents
on hand, ill avenau -Mr and Mrs. Jurros
l ave rooms In Mis. F I AiMns's house.
Mrs. Jurras continues lier work lu the
bakery. -Deer recently killed arc thos
by Ouy Sherman. W. A. Hchy, Melvlu
,reene, Deiyej paldwin, Harvey Tredo,
William Durkee, Samuel Hyde, W. I.. St.
Clair of Wliioosl.l, Chniles Morse, O. II.
Pleisons, Altliur Snow, Harold Snow, A.
M. Snow, Leon Snow and J. H. Casselllni
of Harre. Those killed by the Snow fam
ily and Mr. Carvselllni were all large Hid
shot near each other In Duxbiirv. A
spotteel buck, part albino, was also killed
by Hert Hartlett Duxbury still s-nns
tc be the hunting ground of Washington
county. -Mis. 1 '. i:. Atkins Is mil
again af'er an attack of mumps ami Miss
1 istlna Hldwell Is able to lesume her
.- bool work again, Kenneth Somervllle
!- still confined to the house.
I here was nn h t , ndanee of over Cia
at Hie annua! chit I en pie supper and sire
at the I'oiigiegcit'i.iiai Church Tuesday
night. Articles all sold well anil a fine
sum wns netted for Hie Laelies' Fnlon.
Filson F. Palmer and tamily were called
to Moretown Tuesday by the sudden
death of Mrs. Palmer's fathei. D O.
Hruco. Mrs. B. X. Demerltt, her mother,
Mrs. Law, nnd daughter, Miss l.nuiii
Demerltt, were guests of Representative
Demeritt in Montpeller Tueselay. The sea
food market will open this morning, Hill
btothers being the proprietors. P. 0. Hill
is tlie manager. Mr. Hill has moved hjs
fnmll fiom Fuynton lo n tenement on
H. M. Prnv was in Mmuiieller Tue-'ol.iy.
Alnnzo Sumner is entertaining Ids
cousin, Henry Sanborn, of Xew London,
Conn,-nienn MoKlnstiy Is passing v few
' a v ti at tile homo of his i.irents Fit
waid Smilli of Cabul was lu lliii, pUvvo
M. n lav (lia. e MtKlnstry was at homo
lic.in Ier s. 'i"ol in Hardwii-k over Sun
day Mis It. P. Tussle Is .-lowly improving
tile ' of
The village primary at.it grammar
schools began Mondnv with Miss Kiln
end Mrs. 11 I'oinstoik us teachers. Ml.-a
lill.i Comstock has been clerking lu the
Mole of Fred Miles tlie just two weeks,
while some of the clerks were on a vara.
lion Jeiiv Donahue, who cleiks In
Fiii! MIL., store, is taking a two weeks'
'cation and enjoying tlie hunting mil
sou. Mr.-. Kll Ooodiieaugh received nevc
of the death of he-r uncle, D. Hruco. at
iis home In Moretown. Tuesday morning
-Carl Heneelb't of Wlnooskl Is a guest
of ills daughter. Miss Mnrgrctta Hcue
dlct, at A. C Moulton's for a few d.ivs
to enjoy the hunting season. 3eorge
Uuig raptureel u deer on the mountain.
Mr. and Mrs tleorge Setln.l of .North
Peld were over Sunday guests of Mr.
and Mrs. A. C. Moillton. Mrs. II H.
Chapln spent a few days last week with
ber parents, Mr. and Mrs Xeviux. In
Mnnlpeib r.-M. 1 Flood, who had his
bg broke n recently while working fur L
ej. Wilder. Is reported as doing well.
Frank Koblnson of Montpeller hns relit-
Jeirv Miles houe and moved hi?
Mr. and -Mrs Charles F. Wuldn left
Monday for F.llls, Kans, where they will
rpend the winter at K. C Waldo's. Mrs.
Willis Waldo and Mrs. Duke Parrlsh of
Ilandolph Center were visitors here Mon
day Oliver Luce, the Whltcom1) high
school football mauuuci' atpi atur vlayer.
svho went a week ngo to Hi rllngton, s
rccm-erlng fast from an operation f-r
pendlcltls. Mrs. nilm.in A Snooner re
turned Saturday from Pt.rlfngton. where
ihe had been two months for rv-e treat
ment. Willis C Wblt.iker, Walter Mar
tin, Dawronce Holbrook. W'lev Xewmnn
Kdwln Mclntyre, William Kendall and
Oeorge Arnold are among those w io ' iv(
killed buckF this season M'ss l amav
Toland. who has taught si-v.r.il t -ms nl
Cnmp Hrook, will enter th. s. nlor .-' isi
Whlt'-omb high school attn- T' ank.--
giving The selectmen ar, roplank
the sidewalks on the White river bridge
David T. Dyke and William I.. Parsona
have the frames up of three cottage
rnufcs on South tnln street
NEWS TOLD IN BRD3F.
Germany has taken up tight ag.nm-t
American automobile m.-isieiii and is as
determined to oust American cur as Is
Fnglnnd. There nro 12S autoiiol ib plants
In Germany with a capacity this year
of only about W.oaa cars.
Professor Fmory Johnson, special
leonimlssioner to Investigate the suli
l.tect of Pauamn canal tolls, de l.ues
Uhe exemption of coastwise vessel.-
from payment of Panama cnnnl tot'"
lis an unnecessary ntul un lcslrnblL
form of subsidy.
A "gentleman's agreement" betweel
Ilusia and tho United States in place o,
the Russian passport and trade treaty,
cancelled last winter by President Taft,
I as been temporarily reached. Wiieli tlm
old treaty, ngotlatcil T years ago, die
on December 31, this ngreemeni will pre
vent rupture of eommcrclnl relations be
tween tho two countries until a new tiea
. can bo ncgotlatifd,