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HIE nURLTNOTON FREK FHKSS AND TIMES; .TIIUH81JAY, ISOVK.MMKH 2fi. 1012.
fd him several times. hrrnklnR his loft
miklo mill hadv' IjimiIhIiik 'tli lcgs.-MrB.
AlcGowin and daughter have closca tliclr
'.muse and gone to llniilliglon for tlio
wmtcr.-Thi lie v. W. F. Vv'oek.s
la Iti IMttHfli Id. Mass.. tin- Kest it htn
college friend, the Hev. .Mr. NIekcrsiin.
lit! w .11 itLo visit his mm. Kllsworth, nt
William.- College before returns homo.
-The hiuh .mil giummnr schools assisted
bv J 'rlti. ii.i1 .mil Mm. Wood hclil n plons
unt soil.il i school rooms Friday
txcnmi ltefii slimcnts were served and
Tin ii' I hbor.s "i tin- liny road mot for
mi mineable tea Sntiinluy nftornonn.
Tlu1 tc.i i'1"'1' Xinl' Ki'nwii In Hummer
vllli . J. '., whole HD acres nt ti'a nrn
i n.li r cultivation. Specimens of ten seed
wire ixhlbltcil anil methods, (it cultl-
,, mi .mil cluing Were discussed.
Tin' fu'l t l in "f till' graded schools
1 1. liiduv aiul thu following pupils
hail perfect attendance for tin1 term: In
the ldgb school, Hisi trlot.- Kagnn, Flnrenoo
Mr.gsl 'liil. "on Parker, Mario H.tron;
ilismt one day, Hnlh anil Muiy Noonan,
l.nisil mill (Veil Danbrooko; grammar
i Adelaide Mill, ill, Alii" Stoddard,
I. ' i Thompson, Harold Alnisott; one
I nit day absent, Grac aiul Catherine
Kliiville, .Margaret Weeks, Huth Web
st r, Kustace Thomas; intermediate looni,
Ddcic Vicksmi, A I vim l.nvclctto, Al
'.i't Abair, Vernon Good, Carl and
H"crt Swan, llunry Webster, Karl and
Seward Wetniore, Fabian Wicksnn, Hon
l Noonan, George Kllivllle; one-lialt day
nbsont, Frank Nomian, l.i'o Mauin'ii e,
C harleH and Inne Menard; prlniaiy mom,
Laura U.irne.i, Lucille 1 vIkih. Mlldreil
A'nrsott, Margaret Heady. Inielda .Mnr
Usctite, Josephine Wloksoti, AIosos
Ilnrnc-f). rmand Livlgne, Myron l.ivn
lette, Havinoiid Noonan, lllldreth Hanks,
Gordon Sanders, Alerlo Wood: one-half
i'av absent, Huth Harnn. Francos Fro
ilette, Leopold Lavlgno. Arthur L.ifavo
rn.s bought the Hiendean house of M. 1.
Allen and hns taken possession. The
schools will close 'i dui'Sdny for the re
mainder ot thoweek. AllssAlficiMn Stod
fiir 1 will spend Thanksgiving with her
s-stcr Mrs Hav 13. Klmie In Spiing'leld.
Alninn Spauldlng. eight-year-old sua of
Mr and Mrs. Kugone Spnnbllng, Is 111
(ind will be taki n to the Pittsford sani
tarium for treatment.
The Hev. W. F. Weeks, the llev W 1!.
Goodman and the Hev. 1'. A. Campeau
V r. i !'! the recipients on Tuesday uf a
ri. Thanksgiving tnrkev, thiniigh the
trn.rositv of r -(!ovel nor John L. liar
Hnn, wh" forseveial enrs has furnished
each of the three clergymen In town with
n Thanksgiving bird. George Woollier
and Mrs Jane Stchhlus of Charlotte were
duletly married Wednesday moridnt; at
bt C.it'icrim 's cbnreli by the llev l'.i-t'-.er
1' A. C.impiaii. Tluy will reside In
f-hrlmrnr The Hev. W. I. Wi-I:s it
turned Wednesday nlirht from a short
vacation stum in 1'ittsford and Wllliams
town, Mil" The Misses Crowley have
frone ti (iardner, Mass., fop Tbankslv
liiff Julius Tr.H'y of Addison will spi nd
T I ankscvlnp, uith his mother, Mr. J. C.
Tracy. Mrs. I'helps and Mrs Mary Hur
r!tt of I!nrllni;ton were in town Tin-.day
!r the Interests of "The Hod Cross," with
the Christmas peals.
The King's Danghtiis met Tues
day with Mrs. i;ilza Slierwln. The schonis
closed Friday lorn week's vaeatlon. There
was u spelllne; match between the Dorset
street school, tannin by Miss Cornelia
Wheeler, and the fourth street school,
taught by Miss 'Jrayce Hlakeluy, which
wns won by Huth llaynes of Dorset
s'rret. Those pupils liming perfect at
tendance at the Doiset strict school were
Huth llaynes, Angellne Duel and I-'iank
Blair and at the Poiiith stieet school
Jtollln Tllley had no marks. .Mrs. Allen's
school enjoyed n candy pull. Xews fiom
llir l.indlj of S. G. Malls n ports tbeli
safe arrival In Cres' i nt i'lt. 1'la.. whei e
thiy will spend the winter.-K. C lsham
n turned from a successful deer bunt in
2!Iount Holly, where bis snn-ln-luw. W.
K I'ratt. has recently bought a store.
Mrs. Guy Fogg and ba'iv of Kden n
turned home Thtnsday aflcv passing a
veek with her mother, Mrs .1 D Hill.
Mr and Mrs. .Alson Itollins lslttd :it
Geori-c Dr'nkwater'a ill l.'ndoi hill the last
nf tiie weeJi.
Mi i nd Mr- Lorenzo Hlce will to-day
i i 1 1 n . i Mr and Mrs. Utls Pheiman of
( ii bi iuu .mil Mr. and Mis. L. C. HU'o
mil Mt -nd Mrs. Williams -Misses
Jiessb IVrcivi.l and l'lorence litiMon of
tbi 1.ssf Junction high school and Miss
Hhyh H.oiui of thu Hurllngton high
Kiiiol . re at home fur the Thankyglv
inu r i s--l.istir Packard Is seilously
111 with what aa thoughl first to be
UK f i '.,t imerinonla threatens now.
(!ci if. St i us 'Ud lamlly have moved
to Mou I' i'l' .iftir occupying the I'ratt
lioii.-. ,i" . w.iror mine.-Mr. and Mis.
Joseph William and daughti r, Hazel,
win m I'lir'ugtoii Tin sday, win re tin y
jitttniltil the l..iiighlin-G.uvey veibllng
-Mis F.. V. Alger and Miss Myttle AlKer
wen In nuillngton Tuesday. Bchool
closed vi lerilav or the i cmalnilor of the
wi i k Mih. Daniel Hplaln and sou, of
St Albans ate lsltlnir her i nts. Mr.
.and Mrs. .1. A McGee. Mi. Sphiln i .
jiicts to b' wllb tlietii over Thmsdi-y.-Mis-
Huth Weldetiliecker of Jr"!ho C'en-
t r mi to A. ( . lirown s to-day to
irniuln - 'ine time. Air. and Mrs
CI. rhs Jiskson and Miss Marlon
.la ksnn of llnrllngton will spend
TI ur day guests ot Mr. and Mrs. 13. II
"tt i Ham Mr and Mrs. A. C. lirown
and sen, llernert arc In I'rderblll to-day
at Carlton F. Nay's. L. (.'. Stevens went
jts'frd .y to Wooilstock to spend Thanks.
eUlng with Mr anil Mis. K. W, (Jakes
! rank McGlnncs, ho recently retin li
ed from 1 rA idtnce, Is uoiklng for A. (
1 1 1 mil Mr, nod .Mis. Wllght Fay and
child! in. I lei in It and l.ll.abeth, wil
spi nil Thanksgiving at his lather's, K. C
l ax s at I'.ss. . .1 unellon. Mr. and .Mrs
1'aik II I riiwn ..1 Cli, lei hill will he Ihe
Kin sis of lis In jtliers and sister to-day
-Tin re 'I be no delivery of mall by
tin can hi" to-d.iy.
Mis I'aiterson Is ."lowly improvlnj
Ci "(ur n and family havo moved to
Jin i i--1 1 1 1 Will ml 1 1 1 i 1 1 i . i i i has Hold
noon. A IS," poimil buck whh Hint by
Frank Senna Hnturday. This was tho
only deer killed In Wllllston durltiB the
Bt'iiBon. During December, Jantnry nnd
February the public library will bo open
only on .Saturdays. All the schools In
town have closed for a week's vacation.
They will reopen December The pupils
of tho grammar school, Mis Hello Hob.
larts teacher, who had perfect attend
mice during thu past term worm Harold
1'rynnt, Hoyal, Hotter, Arthur Hymlll,
John Whltton, Florence Miles and Hose
Hymlll. Not absent during membership!
Joscphlno llombanl, Viola Flynn nnd
Itcne Woodruff. l'tiplls of Muddy Urook
school, John Forbes leacher, having pel
feet attendance were: Carroll Ishum and
Clifton Klthy. Present every day hut
lardy, Floyd Davis.
Mr. ana Mrs. F W. Hall of Kssox wore?
guests of Mr. and Mis. 1'. C. 1icke hist
week. Albeit Winkle! has gone to tho
sanltoiium nt I'lttsfonl for treatment.
Horn at Lacoma. N. 11., November 20
a son (o Mr. and Mr O. II. Htitns form
etly of this nwn. Mlrs Lillian Sprague
has gone to Washington, D. (, whero
she has a position as teacher In Mission
ary schools. Her mother will remain ut
tlulr home here during the winter.
Mlsi Sin ml Warren Is visiting In Cnm
bildge. Mrs. W. O. Winkler of Gland
isle Is visiting her mother, Mis. K. H.
Davis. Mrs. Georgia A. Laealllado )s In
tin Mary Fletcher hospital being treated
fur a serious case of blood poisoning.
Mrs. Fred Streeter has gone to Wmces
ter, Mass., to spend Thanksgiving with
her pari nts. .Mr. and Mis. Henry llart
lett have finished their work In Fnder
hlll and ire stopping with thu parents
of Mrs. Hartlrtt. Mr. and Mrs. J. II.
Smith. -Schools closed Fi Iday for a two
weeks vnc atlon. Mrs. Al'in ot Iiarro.
spent at'urday and Sunday with Mrs.
Albert Winkler.-Homer Crown of F.ssox.
who hns bien a guest of his bdother-ln-law,
V.. It. Davis during the hunting
season retutied Tliestl.ij-.
H. P. Gieme ot St. Albans has been
Usltlng Lislle Ten 111. bis cousin. The
Prouty house at the foot of Mt. Mans
field was hut mil Tuesday afternoon. The
fire Is thought to have started through !
rile carelessness ot hunters. Tin re was
a moving picture e.iti rtalmnent at St.
Thonins's Church hall Wednesday, Nov.
"0. The slice essl III deer himteis Worn
Gaidlnir Hums, Mlchcal Lcildy and
Lewis Mclvln. A barn on the C.ihlll
place owned by H. D. Hums, was burn
ed Thursday nun nlng. The origin of the
fire is not known. Judson Hlalslell has
moved here fiom Medfoul, Mass., and
taken possesion of the Powell farm
whl-h he ncciilly purchased.
Miss Hissle Kllpeck died Monday even
ing aftoi a long Illness with tuberculosis,
aged years. The funeial will be held
Thin sday morning at SI. Thomas's
Church, wlih burial In the Catholic cemc
teiy Fied Drum II bus sold bis place
to Mr. P.lce and lias moved his family
and household good.c to Winooskl. Dr.
A. L. I'ogg shot a buck Friday.
Calvin Hoot of Charlotte was a recent
visitor at M. M. Alger's. Mrs. Mink
Alger of Huntington was in town the
first of tlie wiok. Mrs. Thomu.s 11111 of
Slarksboro was the guest of relatives
S.itiuday and Sunday. G. W. Palmer
will spend Thanksgiving In Castletnn and
Mr. and Mr.-. F. 1! Glllett in Hutland-Mrs-
.1. P.. Atkins wis In Darlington Mon
day. Mrs. llnttle Conghlln was one of
the successful hunters during the deer
season. Cla ton Smith Is sulfering from
an attack of measles
Mrs Ella Hieustei and granddaughter.
Floieiiee, of Hlchmond will spend
Tlianksgiv Ing with Mi. and Mrs. M. K.
Hrewster. The ladles will have a sociable
at the M. W. A. hall Wednesday after
noon, December 4. Mr. and ATrs. L. H.
Haldwln spent Thankselvlng with their
son, Howard, in Montpeller. 13. W. Kills,
an aged lesklent, is In poor health this
winter. llobai t Norton and Fullest
Hiewstcr of the Hurllngton Husincss Col
lego and Miss Pauline Tart of the 3jnt
peller Seminary are at home for the
I r l.
mie to I lem At'stln. He will niov
ie hoi-' vicaleil by Ml. Austin.
Willi. ii. i Miles is now living with
0' , Gi mt Miles, on the alkcl
n ham Is icciivfilng from
I" his big toe, caused Oy
, ,i .1- j ulpleel on the uufoittl
i in i. ,1 13. Metcalf started T.ie.s
i ii ' fnf Chicago, where ho Will
I I'n wlotir with his daughter, Mrs,
I i mii Mlhs Kr.um returned fiom
Mu I'lil' her hovpllnl Tuesday -Viii'
Angus of llaltfoid, Curia,
is ii . n doing HlieecKSl'lll eVilllgells
In ' onmpany with n Methodist
. Ms. Moffat, In Fairlce, him
i ii mi and is III be the gucal of
Mi Uilllanl Feitfus hi.-Italph
i.' MMllleblirv College ulll spi ml
' -i iny holldajs Willi lCugeno
I Luriow Is ill w it li the
TlniH lsham ha.s uuiie to
a i i
'i n i
1 UK 'I I I .
I ie. i( s Mi
I' lllngtoii 1. 1 spend the winter with her
da H r, ,M ss Nellie lsham. -Hoy llor
tin of Iluiilnnton and Kthci Otboine of
AMHuon weie nianied at the parsnnige
" I'a lte A Ii. Poller Monday atU'l-
L. W. Jncobs has pin chased of Ora
Hiillard the meat maiket building near
the loriur of Main and Troy streets.
.lol n Jlnbbltt, n-piesentlng the I'nlteil
aies Const! iieiion company of Albany,
N. Y., wis here last week nt solicitation
of tin sebctmin and made a. thorough
xiunlii.it bin of the lion bridge on Main
street. -G.iyloid I-'. I.add and Henry 1-.
liusiedt have lornicd a partnership un-
ib i- the uami: of I.add & Hustedt for
the tir.uticc of la,.-.Mrs. Anna Head of
MontgiiiiKi-y Is lislllng at the home of
lur sis!,.,-, ji,,!. w. 13. Cnoley. Miss
Kflb hillings, daughter of Mr. and Mr-.
.Miiriit II. Hillings -ol tills place, .and
Cutuuill A. Ilowen of Herkshlre wero
imiled in marriage November -'0 by the
Hev. W. T. I'oisythe, rector ot St. Ann's
Lplscopal Church. After the ceremony
an Infoi mal reientlou was held at the
lioine of the bible's parents on Province
strut. Mr. and Mrs. Howell will resldo
"The Man From Italy, the Old Hume
and the New," a lecture freely Illustrated
by sieroptlcon views, was given In the
H.iptlst Church Monday evening by thu
hev. Morgan 13. Pease, and was well ut
tenilid. This was the Hist of a series ot
illustiateil lectures by Mr. Pease.-Tlio
lostiilllee will obseivo tho usual closing
hum on Thanksgiving day, and the bank
and Home of the stores will be closed all
'..v. Mrs. W. H. Manning of Swanton Is
visiting her daughter, Mrs. F. M. Harnos.
Hi'ward H. Kinney, aged U years, died
of luouehltu Tuesday at Kbe homo of Ills
son, (ills Klnniy, wlm lives on the edgo
ol tin town of Herkshlre. Tho funeral
will In hi Id at the house tills forenoon
I'J.HO o'clock, the Hev. Morgan 13.
ifflel.iling. and the burial will bo
at Kast mcbfoid.-Tho poHtofflce will
observe the iiaunl closing lunirH to-day
and the bank and sumo of tho stores will
be cios.ii dining thu day. J. C. Ford,
deputy eolledoi, b taking a short vaca
tion and is visiting at the homo of his
father, the Hev. A. W. Ford, of Wind
sot over Thanksgiving. Mr. and Mrs.
11. It. Ayer an- passing Thanksgiving at
the home of tli. Ii- daughter, Mrs. J. H.
Salford. if St. Albans. -lleman Miller Is
at home f,,r ti, Thanksgiving holiday.
Miss Theta n, iiu-r left Friday afternoon
mu nor mime 1M Moutclalr. N
she will spend the
Hull Of the othei teachers. Mis, Lena
.Manntti Is at her borne III H.ikelHlleld,
Miss .Maty Sipices In Jtlehuioinl, Miss
Ida Kykes In lierk.siire, Miss Hertho Clc
l.'iul In Albuig, Miss Muiia Brady at lior
homo here and Principal and Mr.i. Pome
roy will pnss H)L. r.ek with Mrs. Pome
roy' piirentK in Franklln.-MUB Iiulec
Kimball went to Montreal Friday oven
'in,' for two weeks, -Mrs. W. Craig Mr
Alllsler and two chlldien, TheoUoio and
Mary, left Friday evening for New York
and vicinity. 'Miss Margaret Scanlon
paused Sunday at her home In SI. Albans.
W. L. Gnrdncr .mil M. L. lilsh went
lo Hurllngton Saturday niornlng, whero
they attended the Delta Sigma !uiiitiut
that evening, Joseph Ktwin, who Is uni
plojed In thu olllce of the Porter Scieen
cnnipany In Winooskl, was at his home
here over Sunday, Mr. nnd Mis. Homer
Mauley and (laughter and G. W. Hey
rolds of Franklin wero business visitors
In town Hatiird.iy. Lieutenant and Mrs.
Warren 1-3. lCci-shiicr of Watirvllle, Me.,
nro guests In tho homo of II, 9. Springer.
5Ir. Ker.slmer bus been mu pi on In thu
nrmy stationed In tho Philippines for two
nnd it half years, having returned In Sep-tiniber.-Heii
Sanborn ot Hrooklyn, N.
Y., wan a recent guest In the home of
Mrs. W. II. Perkins. Mr. Snnborn wns
al one time In the employ of the Dr. H.
J. Kendall company. 0. L. Ovltt was In
Hmiltigton Nov. L'H to visit his fun,
F. 11. Ovltt, who Is recovering In the
Alary Fletcher hospital from his recent
Illness. Dr. C. A. 1'i-a't arrived In town
Nov. 20 from Hrldgewater, where ho
has been for it few months past die In
tend. to open an olllce here .and Is at the
Julncy for the present. V. A. Irish and
J. C. Towie were at Hlverslilo camp
Thursilay to Investigate reported depre
dations at the hoarding house. Kvldonco
was found that some parties had forced
an entrance but no damage had been
done. Ml-, and Mrs. Terrenee Koddv of
North Main street are the pan nts of u
l"-pound sun, born November is.
The school committee hns engaged
Miss Kal'lerlne Ii. Lyons of Wnter
town, .Mass., to take the place ot Miss
Mabel GHHs as assistant In the high
school. Miss Lyons Is a grnJuate of
Hailcllffe College class of 1012. The
marriage of Miss Helle Lafley. daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Lalley, and
Fred Alonzo Jacobs, a son of 'Mr. and
Mrs. Alonzo Jacobs, was solemnized In
St. John the P.aptlst chnnh Monday
morning Miss Flora I .n llev, a sister,
was bridesmaid, and Patrick Duffy was
best man. Father G. II. L'13ruyer was
the orriclallng clergyman. They will start
hnusckooptttg In the house of N. W.
Sanborn, corner of Main and St. Albans
streets. W. 13. Fuller of the customs
service, and statlonei at Allnirg. was
with his family ln-re over Sunday.
W. If. Kimball was In St. Albans over
Sunday where Mrs. Kimball Is staying
with her aunt, Mrs. J. H. Head. At
the concluding service of the Fnlon
Home Missionary meetings of last
week held In the Ilplscopal Church
Friday evening steps weie taken to
hol.l a union service of a social char
acter once n month. Mr. Peiiev of
fered the use of Perlev hall as being
more centrally hunted. The bazar
conducted by the Catholic Church In
Foresters' hall for four lays closed j
Monday evening with the nnnounee
mcnt of the pilze wlnneis. There was
a goo.l attendance e.'ieb evening. II.
W. Pierce of Grejsvllle. Tenn., has
been visiting In town a few lavs. Til
ls connected with a Fiep liaptlst school
there. Miss Helen Cmmton, librarian
at Norwich T'nlvorslty. Is with her
mother for Thanksgiving Mr. and
Mrs. M. P. Hlnlr nnd two children of
North Trov ale with Mrs. Hlair's moth
er, Mrs. M. P. Chaffee, for Thanksgiv
ing. Fnlon Thanksgiving services will
be hehl In the Methodist Church tills
Vwmln"- The Hev w. K. linker
of tho Haptlst Chttnh will preach.
Mr. anil -Mrs. W. H. tMoFootcrs are at
home from Montpeller for Thanksgiv
ing. -Mr. MelVetors Is ecctiti lerk
to Governor Fletcher. Oilnrf Hoblen,
substitute carrier, has been covering
route No. r, for his father. (1. W. Hoi
U n, who 3ias been nursing an Injured
band. Mi s. Ah In Keith and daugh
ter. Nellie, of Ninth Troy were guests
In the home of 13. J. Tyler Saturday.
Mrs. II. II. IVssoy was luo e Monday on
her wny to Lawrence, Mass . where she
will pass several days. Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Charron returne-' to their home
In St. Albans yesterday, having spent
a week In tho homos of Josop'.i and
Felix Lallnmine. Mr. mil Mrs. II. O
Powers, who have been In the home of
1-3. 13. Heatty during the time Mrs.
Heatty wns recovering from an opera
tion, are In their home again. Holla
Haines of Hnkersfleld was In town
Tuesday on his wav to visit an urn lo
In New Hampshire Larry Gardner
wns In Franklin Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Hutchinson and
son, Fnderlck of St. Albans, arc with
Mr. Hutchinson's parents, Dr and Mrs.
W. W. Hutchinson. Miss Mattle hap
man wns In Wnterhury i'uesdav . Misso,,
Charlotte Jeiine and Helena Carpen'er of
Mlddlehury College and Miss Winifred
Carpenter of tho Mlildlelmrv high school
are at home for Thanksgiving. Mr. and
Mrs A. A. Aseltlne and son, .Maurice, are
In Hurllngton for Thanksgiving.
F. II. Dewart of Hurllngton, who has
hot n In town for nearly two wicks, sur
veying and looking up land retards, lelt
Saturday.- Holier t Goad, who has been III
lol- some time, Is leponed as better.
Windsor Porter, a leal i state agent, who
has bein In town visiting bis muther,
Mi.. George Porter, has returned to Hus
ton. W. S Wright of Hast Hardwlck Is
In town with his family, visiting Ida
mother. George II. McLood, who has
Icon In the olllce of the Nelson & Hall
company for a few months, has recently
been elected treasurer of the new bank,
which Is lieing organized In Hardwlck,
which will be called tho Granite Trust
company. Mr. MeLeod formerly worked
In a bank In Hrandon and wns later
treasurer of the ICnosbiirg Falls Savings
Hank and Trust company, previous to
coming to this place. Oliver Ovlatt. who
had been n resident of this town ri"iirly
nil his life, except for the Inst few years,
died In a Wagnii wbllo coming to this
town from Monlsvirie. He was accom
panled by Arthur Lawson of this plate.
Health Ofllcer Dr. G. S. Clark leport.s a
case of diphtheria at Frank Punier's,
who lives on the Mnrey farm on the South
Honel. MIbs Hodge's school on Fast Hill
closed lor vacation Friday. Thu other
PC.honlB In town closo Wednesday, to re
open December 2. MIsh Gladys Kennett
was taken to tho Mary Fletcher hospital
In Hurllngton Friday for nn operation for
appendicitis. Sim was accompanied by
her father, Mosob Kennett,
Warner Gregory nnd Unpen King visit
ed tho legislature l.-nt week the guest
of Homer Hunt. Turkeys were bom-iu
hero InHl week at 27 cents per pound. -Ganio
Warden Panlsh was very husy Inst
week looking nHer the short homed
buck nnd doe - The i reamery put in a
car of coal last week.
A son was born lo Mr nnd Mm. Jay
Lewis, Wednesday, November 2o. Mr.
nnd Mrs. Douglas Hack visited in St.
Albans Friday -.lames Haggles Is gaining
Blovvly.-Thlrty five couples attv-ndod tho
dance In Kchvnrcl Carpenter's new hall
Friday ovenlmj.-MIss Cora Hyun is vis
Itln? her brother, Henry Hvap, this week.
II. 13. Hunt Ib hi home from Montpeller
for the Thnnkfcglvlng recess. -Dr. S, H.
Phelps visited his daughter. Helen, In
Springfield, over Bunday.-Mr and Mrs.
M. H, Stinll relmnoil home Saturday
from a weeks vji.lt In St, Albans and
Friu kiln -Asa I'alletson of SI. Albans
Is lisinnf Ids sister. Mis. Wesley Wmren
this wi i k.-Jami'M llotchklns was at home
from He fnlveislty of Voimont ovi r
Sun lav Mrs. Alfred Hollows Is spend
ing two wicks at G. j, Huntley's In
Weslfoid. William ArcliHinbault was In
Fall fl"M Satutiliiy ami Smnluy.-A son
was born In Mr. and Mts. Chailes Aus
tin, a son to Mr. and Mrs. Tiombley, and
it daughter to Mr. nni! Mrs, Deforest
Goodrich, last Week. -School at the ti. F.
A. closed Wednesday for tho Thanks
giving iceiss of five ilavs.
Mls.s Dorothy Parker of Hurllngton
(time Tuesday night to spend Thanks
giving nl lur home. Miss Mablo Parker,
vho Is teaching at Lv-ndnii, ami Hlchard
Parker, who Is alti tiding school at Sax
tons Hlver, Is spending the Thanksgiving
holidays with their patents. The villago
t.cbools closid Wednesday night for tho
Thanksgiving recess. L. j, Llhbey Is
moving his famllv to the Center this
week. -Misses Alice and Pearl Snodgrass
of Hurlliigton are visiting their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Snodgrass. M is.
George Head is surierlng with sciatic!
rheumatism Miss Florence Hooney b.i.s
gone to her home In Falrllelil to Bpcnd
Mrs. G II. Illll and little niece, lieno
Hiirlesoii, aic passing tlie week In Hur
llngton with Capt. (1. W. Hiirlesoii.
Finest Hooper, a young bov, was badly
burned about the fnce Sunday afternoon
by the ixploslon or powder In a can with
which be ivas playing The Hev. W. W.
Held came Satuiday night from Sheldon
and remained at Dr. A. D. Patten's over
Sunday. Mr. Held gave a .short talk Sat
urday evening at 7::vi o'clock, explaining
tlie pra.ver book. 1'snal Sunday morning
si i vice was held nt lu-."n, a Hlble class nt
2::;n, and ev. nlng prav-ei at T:r,i. This will
bi the order of service alternate Sundays
until Faster, as Mr. Held will only come
tiom Sheldon every other Sundae througn
the winter. A Thanksgiving ball will be
held In opera hall Thursday night. Pot
tor's uichestra will rurnlsli musk'. Mr.
nnd Mrs. Kgboit Colbnrn ale In St. Al
bans, called there bv the death ot Mrs.
Colburn's luother, llerlieit Northrop.
A. P. P.oyee died at Ills home Ft Ida v
evening at si von o'i Im k, aged C." yours
and :'n diy.-. The luneral was hold at the
house Monday al iei noun at olio o'eloek
and tbebuilal was In Sheldon Ml. Hoyce
had boon siiimisly III for three months
with lumbago and eoinpll. atlons but was
Improving steadily and was about the
l.i use on i rutohes when taken with the
nip last Wednesday. Thursday night a
change for the wor.-e came and Friday,
deling a consultation of physicians,
tvphold pneumonia was found to bo do
Vololllng. The end erime o. ..fulU- a f..e-
hours later. Mr. Hovce leaves a wife,
Maiv A. (Ch,advvleii Hove,., three sons,
II. ('. Hoyce of Sheldon Springs, Harold '
M. of Htoekton. Mass., and William A. of
this place; two daughters, Mrs. Judson
II. Hllllker of Swnnton, and I3stlu r L.
Hoyce; and a fitepdaughtor. Mis II. W.
Heals of Hoston. who was his devoted
Mis. W. L. Chase and son, Francis,
of Lyme, N. II.. are visiting Mrs.
Chase's mother. Mrs G. L. Stiinots.
Woodbury WVntwm th. who bus been
visiting in town, lias leturne.l to
Malone, N. V. Miss Wllmn Steele, who
Is attending Johnson normal school, Is
spending th.- Thanksgiving lcees with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Steele.
Mrs. 11. II. Cross and daughter. Helen,
or Svvanton nn. visiting In town II.
J. Lyon and M T. Hlce were in i!ur
llngton Saturday, making the trip in
Mr. L.von's autumn! He. G ( '. Holmes
ot St, Albans wns In town Sund.iv -Mr.
and Mrs. C. G. Austin have closed
their house here and gone to St. Al
bans, where thov will spend th" wia
tor. W. 1-3. Deuel ,.f St. Albans li.iy
visited bis family here Sund.iv. -George
W. Shariow has sold bis homo
farm consisting of linn acies to Per
ley S. Harrow. Immediate possession
Caosldy, .Miss Mary Hudson, Miss Kdlth
I'.hodes, and Miss Anna McGrnth nnd
l-oiils G. Irwin of Hurllngton, and Miss
llertha Shllvoek of Montreal. Mr. mid
Mrs. Fltcb luft on the 10;f,2 o'clock train
for Springbok!, Miss., wheru they will
reside, Mr. Fitch having the position of
manager of thL. .Massachusetts division
of the Texas Oil company. The bride's
gotng-away gown was taupe shadu and
s wore a hut or taupe shade.
Ocotgu Klalsdell died Monday morn
ing at oiiu o'clock of iiiieuiuiiiiln. Mr.
Hhilsdell Is survived by his wife, two
daughters, Mrs. Nelson Flood or this
city and Miss Glennii Hhilsdell of Hraltle.
born; a sister. Miss I Ian let Hhilsdell, ami
a brother, William Hlalsdell. The funeral
war bold at the Methodist Church Tues
day af tot noon nt two o'clock nnd was
pieceded by a slim t prayer service at the
The riineral of George Nondrop, aged
(i years, who died Sunday nrtv-rnoon wns
the house Wednesday nftur
2;i) o'i lock. Mr. Nondrop Is
by bis wile, n daughter, a son,
II. Godn-ev Hi b or St. Albans Hav died
Monday morning at live o'clock or
pneumonia. Tin' fiincinl was held nt th:
Chun h of Our Lady ot the Lake Wed
nesda.v morning at nine o'clock.
The Hev. Ir. Anthony ot Cowansvllle,
line., who recently accepte . the call to
the paslointe of the ' 'ingregatlon.il
Church, will in rive in the city to-day
nnd will begin his duties next Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony and son will havo
rooms at the home of Mrs. 11. C. Allen
and later will occupy Mrs. W. J. Kobort
nm's house on Hank street.
Leslie P. Stone of Svvanton has on
tend the employ of the Franklin
County Savings Hank and Trust com
pany. Mrs. Frederick Wells-, who has boon
111 with typhoid fever at the Sherwood
sanltat linn, has lecoveied sufficiently
so she has returned to her iiom
St. Albans point.
George Northrop, aged
Monday of tuberculosis.
Word has been received
the death of Mrs. N. S.
hi me or hit- daughter In Flshd.ile, Mass.,
on Satuiday. Mi. Clark resided In this
city until a few years ago when Mr.
i link died and she went lo Fishil.ilo to
her homo with her (laughter,
death of Mrs. Kiln Hand ('loss,
of the bite Hon. Albeit Parker
formerly of this city, o'curiod yos
at her home In I 'im Innatl. Ohio.
The remains will be brought bole for In
tel mom, which will take p1.acr. Friday.
Mrs. I i-oss wns a daughter of the late
lion Jasper Hand of this city. She Is .sur
vived by a daughter
beautiful, consisting of chlnn, cut glass,
Nllver nnd money.
Mr. nnd Mis. Hohart Darby are visit
ing relatives In Hloornfleld, N. J. -Mrs.
Aaron Cheesinnn Is seriously III. Gard
ner Cheesman was In town Tin sdav. -I)..
David Marvin was In town Wediius
day. GRAND ISLE.
The Chicken plo supper wa,s Well at
tended and a pleasant time enloyed nt
mitlnes. Friday evening. Several hunt
ers look out n llcensu and went over to
the moimlalns doer hunting, but icfiirnoil
without nnv ganio. There Is lo be a
I'rldaj evening. -Miss Talbot closed her
school and returned to her home In Hrandon.
returned to Hat ton T resday of
big hoi sister, ,-.' Susan 11 ir
era Uongo went to St Join,
nay oveiilng to p
lida o. (in.li iti"
lord Tn.sd.n ,
giving with b,
I'aiil.K ,wnt j
in this city of
(ini-k ut the
Although tlio mads
pany of Hi gatlu led
supper served bv the
ova nlng. The ladle s
Mis. Janes i Wrl'.
vi.-i.mg hoi d.iiigbtei
via i e bad, a com
at tin- chicken pie
Womi n at tlie Con
vesti y, Monday
cb ,n oil ovi r Jl".
hi. vviiu has been
. Mis. II. P. Iiou-
klns, is at home.-Hem Halt is to
work tor Tlie Hood loinp.iny of Sheldon
and will move to Sheldon soon. Airs. 1-3.
13. Squiiis ol Hal.oisllolil is visiting .Mrs.
W. W. Cob
Tho liilh annual exhibition of thu
Veiniont State Poultry assoi latloli
will be lnid In city hall here January
II, t.'i, Hi and 17, I'.il.'i, and pmmlscs "
bo the largest in the liistoij of the
The home of Henry Kr.vant of Con
gress street was the scene of a preltv i
wedding Saturday evening at s.jol
o'clock, when his youngcM ilmightei . 1
Miss Bessie May Hryant, was married !
to Harry l.eoiiaid Fitch of Springfield,
Mass. The house was tnsloiully decor
ated. The parlor, where the eeieniony
was pel fol mod, by the Hev. Albert
Gale, rector of St. Luke's Church, was
decorated with asparagus, ferns and
white i hrysnntheniums, the bilde und
groom standing under nn arch of green
and white. Tlie bride was attended
by her sister, Miss Katlieiino 13. Hry
ant, as maid of honor, mid the groom's
best man was Louis Gardner Irwin of
Huillngtou. The bride, who was given
In mart Inge by her father, was attired
In a white chiffon gown made over
white satin nnd trimmed with satin
bead trimming. Silo woie a veil fas
tened with orangii blossoms arid Jns
mlrie and carried a boiiiuet of brido
roses and llllen of the vulloy, cr only
ornument was a string of gohl beads,
the gift of the groom. The maid ot
honor worn a peach colored embroid
ered chltfon made of white satin and
carried a boiuiuet of broiizo colored
chrysanthemums. Miss Abhlo Al. Hyun
presided at the piano and us tho
bridal pnrty entered thu parlor played
tho bridal chorus from "Lohengrin."
She also played softly throughout tho
ceremony ami at tho close played
McndelsHhon vveilillug inarch. The
dining loom was especially pietty, the
color selii'ino being plnk a hugo
boiuiuet of pink chrysanthemums form
ed thu cento! piece from whl. Ii weie
fuslooned milliax. The room wan light
ed with pink candles, the effect being
very attractive. Those who served
weie Miss Joule Cassldy and Allss
Aluy Hutchinson of Hurllngton and .Miss
Doin Allllei' and Miss Flounce Alenlit
of this city. Airs. .Murphy catered. The
bride received many handsome gifts.
Among those from out ut the city to at
tend the wedding wero Mr. and Airs, c
Al. Fitch, parent of tho groom, ami Alas
Alice Filch, a sister. .Mr. and Mrs, James
Hutchinson. Mr, and Airs. Hcach, jr.
and Mis Vv W Jones ami Miss Alnrlnn
Jones, Mis AI'O' Hutchinson, Alien JoMu
Mrs. Charles Drown and .1 uighter of
Wobott. an- visiting Air. ..ml Mrs. Vin
ci nl. -.Miss Mary Alcl'.lroy of Kssex
Junction Is the guest of her .-Ister, Allss
Al.'i'lg' Al.-Klio- Mi. and Mrs. HaHwIn
of Charlotte recently visited at the hiimu
ol Air. ami Airs. II. Ii. Fanai,d.-A unlet
wi lining took plaee Tuesday aioiiilng at
St. George's Church when Allss Klli.abeth
liraJ.v was maiiiid to lieoige A. Alar
eotte. by the Hev. Father Wolli. The
binli v.. is atti nihil by her -ister. Allss
G.'itrudo Hi.-idy, nnd the gloom by bis
bri'thi r, Walt, r MnroorU-. Immediately
alter the i on ninny Air. anil Mis. Alar-c-etto
ilepaitnl tor a wedding tiip, after
which tl.oy will reside at All Alnrcetto's
l.u 'ii east of the villago.
The King's Heralds of th" .Methodist
Church will moot with Airs. Grant Satur
day af toi noon. Siindaj evening All.
Douglass will give a story-aik'n ss on
The .Mm Who Han Awn. and What
lieeann of 1 11m "
Willard Cassldv. who is attending the
Stateagiiculliu.ll s iiool at llandolph, Is
passing the Thanksgiving vn -atlon at hl.s
A. C. Derby has pure based Airs.
.Minerva Dol.in's pl.n e and Mrs. Dolan
has bought a farm of Mert Paxinan In
the Lost Nation, near the Klohford line.
.Mrs. Dlngm.in or Darlington and Allss
Grnce l.lbby of Itlchfoid wore guests at
F. D. I.lbbv's over Sunday. Airs. C. F.
Thayer returned from Itlchfoid Alonday,
where she had been passing a few d.iy.s,
- .Mrs. Horace I3wlns of W.Uorvillo Is
visiting her brother.
The talk of "Lanv" enrdner to rho
bnj- In the Crngi. gatlonar Chinch par
lors Alolula' ingbl was much enjoyed.
Wain a ' .lion lias moved In with 11. A.
Drnwr mil C. L. Towie has movvd In
with c. II. L iild. where Air. Mullen ban
llv.d. Allss Vlnl.i Gallup is al homo
from Jof fersonville and is 111. Air. Hon
lift t of Norwich Fnlviiit hns boon a
guest nt A. D. Whitney's for a lew
There wire only two deer shot In town
dining tin- opi n season. One was shot
1 - Newman Taylor and one In Mr
George. .Mr. and .Mrs. 11. L. Alaxflehl
l.ave niov. d to tlie home of their d uigh
ter, .Mrs n. II. Gumo, to spend the win
ter -Alrr. H. W. Coiso I.s visiting In Cam
bridge. Hdson Lamb of Altitun was In
town several days during thu deer seison.
Temperance Sunday was observed at
tlie Congregational Church last Sunday.
Louis Peteison of St. Alb. ins gavo a talk
or. temperance. Alls. S. A. Soule', who
bus been visiting bur mother In Cam
bridge, returned homo Alonday, Miss
Allan Holmes I.s visiting In Georgia.
Gilbert Doano of Springfield Is visiting
bis patents, Air. and Airs. Ilnrry Donne.
-Max and Phyllis Soule spent Sundiv In
Sheldon. Krun es Soule spent Tuesday
nnd Wednesday In St. Albans. Doer
hunters were plenty In Falrtleld, but deer
were scarce. George AlcKermey, who has
been til, Is able to bo out.
C. II. Caswell was In Svvanton on busi
ness Alonday. -Mr and Alls. Gcoigo W.
visiting in Handolph fur a few
GRAND ISLE COUNTY
Schools In town closed Friday for a
week's vacation Air and Alls. H. F.
Knight are the parents or n daughter,
born Siindny Miss Hachael Wlsell of
Huiiltii. n il cnine Wedncsliiy to visit
nt the home ot Mr and Airs. W. 1-3
Knight. Tho I.a lies' Aid met with
Alius .Mabel Anderson Snturduy ror (lin net
home In Hi, l'
lb. Th ,.,
' II. Hp i .M
N. II . Wcln.
with Mr : ,..
Mil I Mo Co. J
s Tin I k' i'
o hi r holm .ii
mg In i ss i
tun cms Miss
dav i . i n
i Who'! .e V
1 In iV nt I.. A iod v 1l
Mi i . 1:. (it. it and Air
M v ,ur. t, i.a i bunm
.Mrs. T-3. A. Dodge relumed to Kden Frl
dny after passing a row days here.-MIss
Sarah Pe.u.ody returned Friday evening
riom Albany, vvhoio site has taught a 12
weel.B' term or s. h.,l. She was accom
panled by Miss (ieeva P.e.v nobis or
Allnirg, another lonelier, who was her
guest Friday nlght.-l.evi Sonosno return
ed Friday night from Stanbtldge Station,
P. U., und Was accompanied by Mrs-'
Sonesac's mother.-Mlns Kmogon,. Hurl
bank win In Wob-ott Saturday, a guest
of Allss Alice Hullatd, ami passed the
day Sunday In llmdwlck with .Mrs. Joseph
liny. .Mrs. n. i-. .iirse wont to Hurllng
ton Satuiday and will remain until after
Thanksgiving with her rathur, J. ;.
Hill-rows, her sister. Alls. W. D. Pop.., and
In other. L. J. liurrows. Airs. Hosephii
Pnlmer returned to Johnson Saturday
after an extended slay with her former
neighbors on Handolph road. .Mis. v. Al.
Small Is ronllned to her boil by Illness.
Hiifus Fnrraml or llanlvvick was In 1 own
at Saiitrilny.-Klwln Churchill shot a hand
some buck Saturday muinlng. The bin k
had nln points on Its horns, and Mr.
Churchill will have the head mounted. -Air.
and Airs. Howard Stevens were
present Sunday at a house party at the
home or Air. and Airs. J. W. Scott In
Woli ott. Airs. John Noye.s leturned to
Hardwlck Saturday aftoi visiting her
daughter. Airs. Hugh Wallace. A Irs. data
Conant went to Albuny Saturday to pass
Thanksgiving ami a few weeks there
atter with her brother. George Lawrence.
- A got-tigether or the tlrcitherhoud of tho
Congregational Church was held Thurs
day evening. After n socIh! visit refresh
ments were served, followed by an ad-d-ess
b.v the Hev. J. .1. Hutchinson of
Lyndnnville. The olllcers for the year
weie elected as follows: President, T. .1.
Stewart; vice-president, T. C. Cheney:
secretary, Hobert Katun: treasurer, L, AL
Munsnn. Airs. .Viattle Co.- of West Huike
came Thursday evening and Is passing a
few days with her aunt, .Mis. Augusta
Spanldlng.-C. H. Spaulillng I.s detained
from his work as one of the postoliice
force on account of Illness. Hobert Ide.
who has been 111 at tho homo of his grand
parents, Mr. and Alls. K. T. Ide of St.
Johnsbury, returned home Thursday eve n
ing. Airs. Joseph Alurphy ot Hardwlck
was a guest Thursday of Air. and Alls.
David M.'Naiighton. 13. G. Foss brought
In a fine buck as n result of a day's hunt
Thursday. .dr. nnd Airs. II. C. Flsk were j
visitors In Hurllngton FY'day. Mrs. II. F
Allhlll passed Friday Johnson with her
mother, Airs. N. D. Jay lies. Airs. V. Al.
Hardy and 'Mrs. H. p. Alunson wero in
Hurllngton Friday to "Islt Dr. Hardy,
who Is passing a few days there. Mrs.
Ida Chin chill wns In Johnson Fiiilay, a
guest or Air. and Alls. D. A. Hnrrows.
13. H Hrackett of Huston pasfed Thurs
day night with his parents, Atr. and AIis.
H. Hrackett. Alr.s. George Tillotson
passed the day Friday In AVolcott with
her mother-in-law, Airs, .wary Tillotson.
.Miss Alma Wheelnck went to AVol.-ott
Friday to visit her grandmother, Airs.
Alma Cook.-Kverltt Allen, who has pass
ed a year at Harnardsville. N. .1.. has il
lumed here for the winter. W. O. Alctiln
tock of Hiandnn arrived here Thursdnv
night fo a shor stay.
Allss Gladys Atvvell passed Sunday nt
her home In Johnson. Al ss Hessie Hi own
of tlie .Messenger force went to her home
in Allnirg Saturday night to remain a
week. .Mrs. Kllen A. Whlttlmore of Helen
and .Mrs. Jonas Stevens of Ilydo Park
were guests Saturday of Airs. Susan
Hui ke. Air. and Airs. S. A. Flfo of Wol
eott passed Sunday with their daughter
anil husband. Dr. and Airs. A. J. Valleau.
-Allss Kllen Ja -kson of Hardwlck was
a guest Sunday of her parents. Air. and
Mrs. G. W. Foss. Airs. Orlo Wescom of
Stockton. Cal., came Saturday evening to
visit her cousins, Air. and Airs. Mclvln
Jones. A!lscs Ola Hood nnd Hcssle Flint
of the Johnson normal passed Sunday as
guests of Air. and Airs. H. L. Spear. A
union Thanksgiving service was held
Siindny nt the Advent Christian Church.
Tlie several pastors vveru the speakers
of the evening Mrs. H. L. Spear and
little girl. Allss Ina Wells, wont to Chelsea
Alonday to remain a week, guests of
Mr. and Airs. Forrle Hood. A thank
offering nn etlng will he held nt tho Con
gregational vi stry .Monday. December 2.
-Prof, and Alls. i. I) Smith of Hard-
.vick passed Satuiday and Sunday wlih
Ids parents, Mr and Alts. A. J. Smith.
Allss Aljrtle Heed went to Wolcott Satur
day evening and was a guest Sunday ot
Ml?.s Gertrude Davis. Air. and Airs. F
S. Carey went to Lnoshurg Falls Mm
day for a stay of a week with friends.
Air. and Alls. Haloid Prior went .Monday
to Kssex to pass Thanksgiving with her
parents. Air. and Airs. Amos Sternes.
Air. mid Airs. . H. Aletcalf of Underbill
wero guests over Sunday of Air. and Airs,
Al, P. Alourlce. T. C. Cheney, as nd
mlnlstrntnr, has sold the Henry Sherwin
farm to George IJ. Richardson of Wol
cott, and the L. A. Palmer farm on tho
opposite side of the road to Charles
RpauldliiT of Stowe Airs Utilise Putnam
o. Jefferponville camo .Monday to visit
Airs. Carrie Adams.
Airs. A. A. Nlles was In Johnson Tues.
day to Inspect the local W. H. C Airs.
.linnle Slav ton of St. Johusuury came
Alonday evening for a few days' stay.
Allss Irene Taylor of St. Johnsbury ar
rived here Alonday evening and will pass
the winter with Air. and Airs. Fred 13.
Wheeler. Mr. and .Mrs. W J. Fttiui of
Hrandon and children are passing a short
tlmw hero with fliei.ds. Alls. Alary Good
licit of Portland, Ale, Is visiting her
cousin. Alutirlce Kclley. who Is attending
Dean Academy, Franklin, Alass., canio
Tuesday to pass the Thanksgiving vaca
Hon with his parents, Air and .Mrs. J.
Al. Kelli v -.Mr. and .Mrs J. Draper re.
turned to llmdwlck Tuesday after pass
lug the deer hunting .season with his
patents. Air. and .Mrs. C. C. Draper. Mr.
nnd Airs. Hiram Warren returned to
Calais Tuesday after, passing several days
with his parents, Air. and Mis. Joseph
Sherniati Allss Alnrjoile Noyes of llanl
vvick win a guest Tuesday of Air. and
Airs. George 11. Wallace'. Air. and Airs.
Allen I'lillllps and Ned A I'hUllps went
to Island Pond Tuesday to remain until
nftrr Thanksgiving with their sister and
husband, Air. nnd Mts. T. C, Carr. AIhs
Alyra Currier went to Hardwlck Tucsdus
to pass a few days with her elfctcr nnd
husband, Mr. nnd .Mrs. J F Connnt.
Airs. George lirown and Airs. A. J.
Smith went Tuesday to Wells Hlver,
where they will be guests for a tew davs
of their sister and husband. Air mid
nis line . st ii, tin Hand ill , very 1ms
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nesdn.v In p.i.ss t' r -t .,! ti
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tor Gilbert, and mot in r
Gilbert -Mr and Airs, c p
son, Poller C. (ire no. vv . i t
Wednesday to pas Tb .- , -Goofglanna
S'e . n nnd ,.
Miss .Midied. went to Kr
Wednesday to p- -s Tb ink
a 'V ur a- irth
1 1 1- link
.a 1 M
her daughter and h is'i.-u. 1
F. A. Glecd. A. Vv Whl'tin
Hurllngton Wednesdav to
.Mr. and Airs. H. fl. D.irby gave u re
cepHon Friday, November , for Mr. and
Mrs. L. H. Alartln, who arrived that
c-enlng after a wedding trip West. About
60 wero present and the evening wns
pleasantly spent with music. Hefresh
incuts were served by fnveral girl f I lends
ut tho luidc. Tlio (ilfta wiuu many audi Mis. 11, T. UulUwlu. Mra. JJuda Qolug
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ii vv Hi hi
.1. l.t.H !..- ft I . til. . t-
Mllt'O Plotrlhnl. I,na.elnl 1 ... I
.Mr. ntul Mrp. h A. niltirrt Mrs. KM
Oflatio nntl rlmmhtor, MN- ? -an Drlano
i iniiinnmv nii; 1 1 11 1 1 j r-e 1 1 , 1 1 i " 1 1 1 h . iir nn
former's slst. r and husband, Air nnd Alr.i
Vednesday to White Hlver Junction,
vuoie sue wu nnss ine winter witn nm
daughter and husband. Air. and Mrs. C.
A daughter won horn Saturday to Mn,
and Airs A. G. Hullard. School r0m-
mi-nr.il At"nda- at Pott rvi'le wlfl Ally
Gertrude Davis us tiacher-Tho funeral
of Alr.S. Lee Dodge, who died nt a hns.
pltal In Hiirllncton. was held at brr latn
home in Kast Klmnre on the n 1 . Whlla
13nos Lal-Tuor and W'.li.im ToiH-hton
vvotf- working In the woods m t1 Inl
tin- nxe of the Inttor slipped nnd s'-ucls
KnoH UaFluer In the bait of bis hand.
cutting a deep gash, renutrtnp 12 st tchen
to cloe the wound. Airs. Kaf Whee
lock and children of Fimore vtslted her
mother, Alma Cook, the jQnd, In honor
of her .'.nil birthday llor- e Wood.
mmisle shot a door last we.
F. G. Hick noil and fimlly sailed from
Now York Saturday for the Isle of P'n s,
Cuba, lor tlio winter. NUson Tatt r
l.as moved Into th" F. G Ii r,mil'
lor the winter. John Stearns .t 1 iv
lev I.ampher nro spending i'i iv k
hcni" from Harre. Airs J. " s"-' m o
child from Woodsville ,ir -; b- i f. vv
days with her parents. Air. and Airs. H.
A. Hunt. P. . Perkins shipped a car
of. stock from here Alnnd.iv Mr
Peck Dodds ot North II. ro K s . -few
days with In r par' nt- "'.
11. W.Peck. .Mi.-,- Fred i '
ol A. K. Dav s v t.a'
Allen lio-fi t n ' I.s i . . '.
Tile i "milt mi v - ' '
sine- )!' :ir
Hurllngton ha -!'
Not re .r 1' -is in n i i
as last year ' I" Ho t
Saran.ic Inn. N V
wlnt' i- " ith h. . ' '
nous lire starti '1
show S.i turd v M
trampled und r f '
bruises und was taken t . '..r home mil
Sunday was much iirvr v d -Airs. Susio
Allchurch left Saturday for N-vv Vork,
vviiero she will moot hot- Ir -'nnd and
trnvel with him through t m'ddlo
Allss Hallto Gates -pent Sunday in
Johnson. Allss Hessie Tillotson spent
Sunday in Greensboro. H.ilph H.dib of
Lunenburg was In town Alonday.
Tho Hev. I O. Sherburne ..f Hurllngton
presiched In the Congregational Church,
Sund.iv. 13. K. Badger and Al. rton Cod
ger spent Sunday at Dinville. Airs. IL
C. Flsk of Aloriisvillu was In town Mon
day. Tho Hev. It 11. Trill retumod,
from Alortreal Alonday -Mrs. 13. O.
Page has closed up her homo and la
stopping for the present nt tho hotol.
County court convene next Tuesday
with Judge. Hutler presiding. Tho tenn
will bo a short one. Norman Hull shot
u fine buck last week near Greenfield.
It weighed about .W pounds 0-vir
Camp .ell Is electing a storehouse near
the li pot. Airs. Hl.ine h Hlake Is visiting
in Franklin county. The firemm will
have a ball at Odd Fellows' hall Thurs
day evening School .irsod W'-dnesclay
for tho Thanksgiving vacation. Alrn.
Cyrus Terry fell and broke b-r wrist
Lonnle li. Davis of Wntervillo and Al iy
Jovvett Slnyton wero united in inartiio
In the Alothodist pnrsonngo at Wnterv '
Saturday evening by tho Hov. James II
John Hogcrs was called to Kast Provi
dence, H. I., to attend the funeral of his
Flster. Airs. Kmorol Hugers l.uMnnuj,
who died In th" hospital after nn altera
tion for gall stones. Joseph Scott of
Klmlra. N. Y.. Is In town to spend
Thanksglv lug. Airs. C H, Whittcmoro
has been caring fur her mother. Airs.
Casus Grey of North Hyde Park who
Is seriously 111. Joseph Scott pitse-nl' .1
the people nt tin- mills n tile. C'n Ii
bell The Ladles Aid will tm t ut Al
bert Lumbrn's Thursdnv of next we. -Grange
meets with Airs. O. H Si no
December 7. A chicken pie supp. t wil'
(Jenrgo Washington VI mi i .' -known
and sueci'ssf ul firm, i, .1 . d at hit
borne on I'.dson 11:11 .it ,.-i o luck
Satuiday morning from a mmphoat' m of
troubles. Ills heiiltb had b. . n tilling for
two years, and be was conmicd to his
bed ni weeks. Air. Adams wns U
.vents of ane He vvu.s born In Waterbury,
but the most of his life was passed in
Stowe. llo served : M'lir and a half In
the Civil War. enlisting In Mil n Com
p.mv D, Mh Vermont regiment lie was
In the battles ot the Wilderness, Spottsvi
vaula and Cold Harbor and the llrst lint
tie of Petersburg. lie was married ll
years ago to Allss Phoobe Alorrlson o
Stowe, who survives him, with three o(
I heir children, Airs. Christina Adams Fos.
tcr. wife of 11 A Foster. Walter W
Adams and Miss 11c sb V tu . l of
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