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''MR mTW,TnTVM PWVAu PRESS AND TTMT: THURSDAY, TA'IMrAin" V, Trot.
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Bos 211. St. Ainans, m.
vTKI) -Farm to IhUp on sbnros or
Maidi I by mi experienced farmer.
i Ir Box ! till" 'llc, i.tw2t
V WI'KD some- nut' in buy tin- erouinery
I', v. In South nov.'ilton. Vt. Write N. J.
i -win 2Sw.lt.
Cllils anted to operate power sewing
nia. Inn. i. on children's wash suits. For
fn I information apply or write. Tlio
O I. Hinds Co., King nml St. Paul
l t t SIS.filft'.Tw.It
A GOOD HARDER wanted, ?1U.M a week.
I!. D. Triiax, North Tioy, Vt.
WTi.Ii Limited number ot young
nun for throe yours' course In n Gon
r Hospital. Por Infoniiatlon apply to
I i liinnulpn Hunltni ium, itaiuioiiin,
ROYS between 10 and 20, Irani to lie a.
w ilti r, act as tray boys now. Position
rif rmniuut. $2.1 per month and board.
State ago. height, weight anil rofer-rnr-c
J. i:. Donnelly. Atlantic city.
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PVTi'Il WORK-Send lis a dime for tlu
H nv -t' .id Fuekago, blight now eali
01 - lar--. pli'i'i'd. Your money's worth
i i tun. ltnx 217. MuliKn. Conn.
fI-3NR FOR PRIC13 LIST of farms, etc.
N .T. I'otvin, Real Hsliito Dealer, South
Hoyalton, Vt. W,w,tf.
SHU' PoriTIIY, eggs, veal and other
f rm produets to me becaii.-e 1 retail
to restaurants, boarding houses and
families and can set best prices. Prompt
inyment. Hank and shippers- references,
s H. Billing. Providence, H. 1.
POUL'IRY AND EGGS.
I WILL SKLL my entire stock of White
A yundotii'S, consisting of (' yearling
lireedors and To May pullets, all selected
birds, at $1.00 each for ipilok sale, Rea
son for sidling no help. Brown's River
Farm, Kssox, Vt. 7,GU"-W,lt.
ADMIMS'i'HATilIt'S SAUO-I will sell at
I " iO iK tion on the lireinlses at Kssox
i ' i Chittenden eoun.y, Vt., on Sat
i v Jan. II, IMS, at one o'clock p. in.,
ii 1 1' faun of llfteeii acres more or
lot iin-rly known as tho Hutton
tl'o property of the late M. ).
s I h lormerly of Northlield. Vt., ooii'
stint; mostly of pood tillable land
i o a kpoiI nine loom house, llarn In
filr repair. S. i:. Sibley, Administrator
'I FlCillS, SLhnJS, llRht nnd heavy
1 arm .sses, Kasoline nsines and saw rltrs
fni tale. C. N. KtyKles, llnde-hlll,
?HK PI.UM15INC, AND H HATING
uslness of the late Vutvr Devereux for
aio with stock and tools, or will sell
stock alone. Will bo sold regardless of
cost In order to settle the estate, is
Ctorue St. IM.d&w.tf.
THE PLAZA CAFE,
NI1W lll'ltl.I.vriTON Itl.OCK,
J2II Si. Paul Slrei-I, lliirliimlin. Vrriiionl,
STANDARD STEAM LAUNDRY
Office 14r, Cherry street. II. W. nul
loek, proprietor. Fine Shirt, Collar and
Cuff WorH. 'Phone 3S-11 or bend post,
nl and driver will call.
FRANK S. LANOU & SON,
'mrtlcnl IMooiliers nml Sleniii l'ltlers.
till St. I'mil MirH.
fet North llorlliiiiliin SioIoum Ilauk.
nr ai! meellnt,' of the s...'l;l(ddi'rs
I Hi 1' irmers' & M clianli s' SavltiKs
pitlt lion A Trust company will be
V d lit the banking house of the Mor
iiif N itlonal Hank of lliullnKton. Vt.,
n tdi.tsilay, January 2j, M!3, m n
' k a m , lor the ir, ipm (,f trusteis,
h IJ WOtiDllorsi;, Tieasurer.
j "i li ton. Vt , iJfe I'd. .Uw.P
69 North St. Tel. 965
flails Allsnereil Unj' or Nlcht.
i) ii .5 iov farm Jul nson, Vt., l 1.2
lilies to village nnd depot, pood house, 3
tory barn, r. water, lari,'u orcluud, Rood
iiiKiir bush, plenty of wood and timber,
tla Pine worked llelds, 2 hot sen, lfi cows,
0 younir cattle, plus and hens, till hay
nd fodder, all fannlnK, sugar and dairy
nols, In fact everything m i ded for only
l,2..0, rash l,2.r.O, bal. easy at 5, also a
lt? trtide In a 10-cow farm In Undcrhlll,
) fart. w,n tiade for city property.
raLGS REAL ESTATE CI
,(:; 1 ; .silt 1 :i
n in M
"In I 1 1" ml may make your
1 1 inodluttly liiUivHtlnb' lo Bourn
HAPPENINGS IN VERMONT
(Continued from purp 1)
Conn.-.Mrs. F. 1 Fish, Mrs. 13. CI. Nor
ton nnd Miss Grnco 13. Klngslnnit worn
III Hut llimlou Monday. Miss SH'lla Ktlf
i ninths: ti'tnrnid Monday to th" Stat"
lioi-inal school at 'nstletim nfttT a visit
to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Bur
roughs. After a two weeks' vacation
Mis. Anna S. Allen has icttimcd to the.
Spear street school In Burlington.
DaMd Jarkson, a lespected nnd prom
inent farmer, illeil at his homo In Ad
dison Monday afternoon after an Illness
of five days with pneumonia, ngod M
years, lie was hoin In Addison, v. hern
with the exception of n few years' iesl
deuce In Panton ho always lived, lie la
sin lived by two sons, Herbert nnd l'earl,
and two daiiRhtcis, Mrs. Ilyron Chadwlok
of I'nlnskl, Ohio, nnd Mrs. I,. N, Gagn of
Addison. The fillieral will he held at the
house to-day at one o'clock. Mrs. It.
C. lleitlck went Monday to the Mnry
Fletcher hospltul In Burlington to un-de-rgo
a surgical operation. Mrs. Mary
Foster has returned from u week's visit
In Burlington and Wlnooskl. Miss Rose
Mllh- returned Monday to Burlington
after .1 visit to Mrs. A. Lush. .1. W.
Hi nn attei'ded the burial of William
Ryan al (iiwell Monday. The condition
of Mrs. .1 ill In Smith Allen, who Is 111 with
grip, with I'ompllcntlimi. Is thought to be
mole raorable.-ll. Herrlek tB passing
n few davs in liurllngtnn. -George Slack
has returned from Hoston. Mrs. Charles
A. Cliapin.m of Fonisburg Is helping to
care for hi r sister, Mrs. .lulla Allen
I). C. Mollis Is abb to bo out after his
recent Illness. .1. F. Hartley visited In
RiiilliiKtnn Tuesday. (i. I'', ti. Kimball,
iidnilnlstritor of the estate of the lute
Henry Newton, recently sold .V. 1-2 acres
of land to William Tiyon and vViltu
Kellogg for s:a per acre. Mrs. Myion T
Bristol has gone to Mldillebury to iiit
her daughters, the Misses Ada and Jennie
llrlstol. The Itev. George It. lirush visited
the Itev. Ur. !. Y. Illlss of Burlington
Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. I. ('. dispell
have i etui nod to Mlddlobitiy arter n visit
ti. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Monl
toii. Sylvester Wilson or Oneida, N. V..
Is visiting In town and vicinity. -John
Newton of DcKulh, III., Is visiting In this
section. Joseph, Lonnntd and Is.'ulore
l.elieouf have returned to Woieost.r.
Mass., after a visit to their sisters, Mrs.
W. II. Norton nnd Miss Anna I.oF.eouf
A pretty home wedding took place at
the home ot Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Cl.ir:.,
New Ye.irV. evening, when their daugh
ter, Miss Hazel Maud, became the biide
01 iiowniu i'-. 1 noinpson. The con imniy
wub performed by the Itev. Milo Moore.
Abuut 50 guests were present. Mr. nnd
Mis. Thompson received many beautiful
(!. A. Thayer - Is tn Montpeller. J. I,.
Hi an. Is In Kurllngton to attend the su-par-makers'
meeting. Walter lloag has
linishfd work for W. II. lloag and pone
tn bis home hi Itoclu htor. Thu Indus,
tria meets Thursday with Mrs. Wultei
1 l.milltoii. James Moody Is 11'. Mary
lirane Is holer. Ellas Fowen has n turn
ed to .Mldillebury.
Joseph Strong remains In poor health.
Mrs. Mary Heane is 111. Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Moody and Mr. and Mrs. William
York are attending the sugarniakers' and
dairymen's mooting In Hiirllngton. Lin
coin grange has elected the following
ollleors: Master, M. H. flow; overseer,
Jason Green; lecturer, Mrs. C. 1. Smith;
steward, Henry Wheeler; assistant stew
aid. ltdlph Sweete; chaplain, the Hey.
Milo Mooie, tioiisiirer, George Deaiboui;
.M'oivtar.v. Mary Turner: gatekeeper.
Noble Whitney; Coles, Mrs. M. 1!. Gove;
Pomona, Mrs. Noble Whitney; Flota,
Mls Kate Moody; lady assistant slew
aid. Miss Hattle Sargent. Tin- olllceis
will be installed Saturday ovonhig. Mr..
Pe.irl Swain has been the guest at Leslie
Hill's In Starksboio. Schools began in
town Monday. Nellie Sargent and Katie
Moody have irturned to Hristol hlch
S' In ml after Hie holidays
Joseph Silpot ii.mt has moved 10 the
Mil. ige lor the winter. C. K. Walker has
I' t his farm lor one year to Clllfoid
1 'miller, who lui.-. iiiommI Into ids new
house In the village. 1 lauds Cove chap
l' r, D. A. It., will observe gentlemen's
mailt at Orwell J.nuiaiv 22. Miss Maud
Smith has returned to Springfield, Mass.,
a tier spending 1 iWh with her people
In re. . H. Kimball Is Improving. G. A
Cutting of Watoi luirN Is at Hugh' Inn -Hubert
Hack has been at homo fiom
Mount Hermiin .Miss itutli Wileox n
ImiiiiI lo Albany iii'.legi Thuisdj)
The Addison County Jtuial Letter I'ar
rioih' aisnelallon met at the Hilslol House
January I and ol'flceis ee fleeted as
follows: President, o. II. lialn of llrlstol;
vir e-pri sldeiit. !'.. K. F.ddy of Staiksboio;
secretary. II. W. Spoon.-r of Vergoiines.
treasuier, I,. It. Jacobs of ISiIfioI. exe
cutive committee. Mrs. G. N. Dike ot
Hristoi, O. .1. Harbor of Hildpoit, and M.
I. Woicott of Hildpnrt. Mrs. Sbll Ho-.s,
widow of Noble 1,. Vainey, died at the
home of her son, li. F. Vainev, noith ol
the village, Frlda morning afier a
long poilod or ill health. Her age was ',1
oars. She Is survived by one son, Holt
throe stop-sons. W. M., of P.unon,
II.. of lilghgate Spilngs, and T. c.
ot this town; two sisters, Mrs. Adelaide
Doty of liilstol and Mrs. M. K. Foskett
of Jamaloa. The funeral was held at
tho house Satiuday alternoon.
F. It. Hiii.Thnm, C. ,M. Ilanns. W. Orvls
and W. H. Moigau attended the deihea
tlon of (.'alio Temple, A. A. (., Nobles
of the Mystic Shrine, in Hullund e'llday.
Mix. y. li. Glover of Hssex Junction, who
bus been visiting hue, has returned
homo Mr and Mis. Howard Wright ol
Weybiidge were guests of Mr. nnd Mrs.
A. W. Goo Satuiday and Sunday. Dr.
I'. T. Ililggs Is eiiticallv ill with pneu
monia Dr. C. II. UeeclliT of lillliillgtoll
was eallnl in the, vase .Sunday.
Hviiest Wilson has leturned to his
woil; in a dental uillege in Philadelphia,
Pa la nest Shambo of Itutland was in
tovu. Satuiday. Iteiuesoiitatlvo T. C.
Yiir n y returned to Montpeller Monday
at the close of the Holiday recess.
A letter iintlalineil In the postoffloo Is
addiesbiii lo Alinzo ShoparU. The Will
ing Woikeis of the .Methodist Church met
with Mrs. .1. A. Jennings W nines,
day Tin condition of Dr. 1''. T.
Hiiggs Is leportid as tllglitly more fav
oiiible -o. .1. I'lishiiiiin's londltlon Is un-ehungeil.-Tlie
wetk of prayer Is being
observnl hole this woul; lu the Congre
gational Chinch, Tuesday and Weilnes
day ivenlng and lu the Hapllsl Church
Tliursduy and l''rlday evenings. Miss
Irene llathoiiie is vlalllng Miss ICIInor
Hoanian In Hiiiilngton. The Hostou duo
Will give (ho Hist ot the high school ell.
tiitilninents Friday evening, January 21,
In Holley hall.-o. H. plain was an ovci
Suuday vlsllor lu Hurllngtoii. -Mis. Plain
and t'hlldien letuinod with him
Hi In llostwick, who had been 111 Hhu e
TiieHilay of last week, , as lal.on 111111 Ii
IS IIsl Sllllli.lV. ll.Hlllg He I li pid 1 llllolll
lever with piiuumunU, and ilied Mtm.
day Mrs. hucy Chatlleld and two
brothers, l.asarnd anil Niiinan Doinas and
Charles Itoswlck went to Canada to spend
tho holiday vacation, I.eo llrown of War
ren was In town Sunday. M.ss Mima
Parish has been 111, hut Is better. -Krwln
Ilostwlck Is ill with pneumonia. Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Dodson hnvo returned from
1iiwrence, Mnss., after several weeks In
that State. William Shurloy has been suf
fering severely with 1 heuriiatlsm In his
Mis. Dana Marsh went to New Yoik
city to spend tho holidays with her sister,
Mrs. Will Stewart.-I.loyd Church has
moved his housu and part ot his mill Into
I'hurchvllle.-The Woman's Christian
Temperance Union will meet January 1.1
with Mrs. Illnaldo Whlttlcr. Mis. Hugoim
Smith Is somewhat better from pneu
monia. Her daughter, Mrs. t.lngard of
I.liuotn Is with her. Mrs. Floyd Perry
and little daughter have been with her
mother for n week.
A son was horn to Mr. nnd Mrs. Peter
llurrany on New Year's 11101 nlng. A lit
tle daughter was horn to Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Jewett December 27. The little
son of Kdward Pott Is 111 with typhoid
fever. ..Mr. and Mrs. Caisan Fisher have
anoiinced the man luge ot their daughter,
Clara Fisher Stone and Arthur Wright
Adams at their home Jn Cornwall on Jan
MNs Minnie Peel and niece, Maude Pub
met, of Sholbuine, were guests of Phil
ander Orvls and f inilly Thuisday. Mrs.
I toy llurlburt of Moukton was a guest ot
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. David Follnus
boe ami wife over Sunday. Mr. and .Mm.
Janus ltenway of Huntington wore guests
of Mi. and Mis. Andrew llalhek and
fiu.illv Sunday.- Mrs. Jason Kavlln Is III.
-i h.iiles Follniislioe ill.il Sunday after
neon at the home of lib' brother, David
Follansbee, whore he had lived for 11
year", In thefijiul year of his age. He had
been blind and lame from childhood. The
funeial was held Tticmlny at 12;i" o'eloi k
at the home, the Itev. H. ,1. Mender ot
l.iiMol officiating. The bmrois were
George F.IIIott. Georg Varney. Cullen
Shattuek and Mndley P.urdsall. Hurltil
was m the Jeiiisaloin cemeteiy
Air. and Mrs. llliam Klngsland held a
lecoptiiiii at tin lr home Tuesday, Dee. 21,
the r.nth anniversary of tin it- marriage,
which was largely attenibd by relatives
and ft lends. Mis. Klngsland was lormer
ly Mlvs Ithoda Wing and was hoi 11 lu
Fori Isbiirg. Mr. Klngsland was a native
of Fonisinirg. They have lived In their
protein home for 12 yeais. They
have one daiightei, Mrs. Arthur
Field. and four sons. lie! ben,
Frank, Hiram and Howanl; and a num
ber of grandchildren. Mr. and .Mrs.
Klngslnnd ale members of the Methodist
FpNcopal Church. Mrs. Klngsland has
boon an Invalid for many years and un
able to leave her home. Mt. Ilerbeit
Klngsland, Mrs. Arthur Field and Misses
ISlniichc Meld, Jieephlne and Marjorle
Klngsland served 1 efi eshnionts. Music
was 1 nriilslir.il hy Kohort and Kngene
Palmer, with two songs by Miss Alra
Miinnetle. Mr. and Mis. Klngsland weie
well remoinbeied with gifts and money
gold and silver.
The lollies' Aid society met with
Mrs. Curtis at the parsonage Wednes
day afternoon. Miss Josephine Klngsland
Ii.ch returned to her school in Springfield
after .spending the holiday with her par
ents, -Mr. and Mrs. Herheit Klngiduml.
Thoie was a public In.-t. illation ot ollieerh
of the Mt. Phllo grange Saturday even
Ini.. at Allen hall, followed by ,1 supper.
Willis Cady of Midillebury. master of the
State granite, with Ills daughter, Mil
dred, were present, and wole entertained
at Frank Hellows's, master of Mt. Phllo,
grange, until Sunday afternoon when
they letuineil to Mldillebury. Frank '
Yott of Southbridge. Mass., fornioily of j
this place, Is visiting In town. The win-,
'.or term of school commenced Monday
morning with the same teachers as the
fall term. Miss Lillian Kimball has gone
lo Jnnesvlllo, win re she has u position In
the graded school.-Cm los Martin has
gone to Mldilli luir to be present at 111''
re-opening of court. Mr. and Mrs. Will
lam White have taken Mrs. Hsina Palm
er's farm. Mr. and Mrs William Lessor
have mined to Charlotte
A i:. I.iiinb. it ot Mldillebury
the pelpil Siiiiduv. The annual
of the Coi'm',"r.ilioniil Sunday
ps held Sund.i. Tliin- nHI'-irs
were eli i't' d: Supoi Intende.r,, M. i' Doug
las, ais.slstnnl, Mrs. 11. II. IPuge; seiie
turj, Herheit Kaston: assistant. Mablo
Lai r.ibie, fie.i.suroi. II. 11 liurgi : libra
rian!!, Duiothy Smith, Hint Fusion; hu
pi.'iliitendeni eindli roll. .Mis. II. II.
Hlllge; supoi inteiiili lit bona 1lep.11 liiu iit,
R. II. Ilolm-s: organist. Mis. li. ii.
Hinge, chorister. '. N. North. There
will b" fin aching in tlie Conii-gallonai
Church Sunday, a supply coining 1 10111
Mldillebuiy.-.Mi. and Mrs. F A. Austin
ait the parents of a daughter, born tin
3rd The 1 ongie gatlonal Church ami so
ciety has extended a call to the Rev. !.
W. Flinch of West Hartford to hiviino
pastor of this church. The Women's
Missionary meeting which wuh to bo held
J.inuarv Pi with Mis C. W. Howard will
be pi stpian-d to January it in the Indies'
romps, i bis is the annual muting
Iiridport liogro.-sivc dun will meet
at Mnsonlc hall Saturday evening at
seven o'clock -Mrs. Fred Harris has re
turned from Panton. The death or Louis
Dolphin oecurie-d January 7. The re
mains or Homer Wright of Crown Point
weie plae-ed in 111" village- Cemetery Jan
uaiy 1. Tho Ladles' society will hold a
social at the' vestry Thursday evening,
January ITl. Hridport was represented at
the R D. carrieis' me oting at illistol.
Mr. anil Mis. Harry Vancelelti' havo
letuinod fiom Cornwall, Seth MeAlviu
nnd family are moving Into what is 1 all
id Hu Nlmlet place. Miss Delia Skiff lias
ii'tiirnid from a lslt In llluesbiirg and
Charlotte. Miss Jessie Cos i ill with
The grange will hold its annual In
stallation of otlleers Friday i-ve-nlng. Dis
trict Deputy Williams of Chin lotto will
be the Installing ollleer. Roll e shmentH
will be helved. ThiTe will be no service
In the Hnpllut Churih Sunday morning.
The pastor Ik unending the meeting of
the Huntington association at Shady Hill.
Ixitllo Vainey and Mrs. F. H. rergusou
are- visiting Mr. and Mrs, W. J. Deny In
Rlehiniiinl. Mrs. JCllza llrown Is visiting
ut F. A. liiown's
.Mr and Mis. V M. Hi'iiedht won,
visitors in Hiiiilngton Tuesdny. Mrs. C.
S. Kvcrost retuined Monday night after
pm-slng the iiolldios with her parente lu
South Slinfthbiii v J S Shaw and Imuil-
it I.iIiIki m ui.tH New
day of .Ml'- and .Mis. Cuiuoruu Huiigu,
.M. C Peck nnd O C Conic, were In Ilur
lingtoii Monday. -Mr and Mrs. .1. O. Hot
torn nre ill. Tho next met ting of Honver
Glenn grange will be held I'rlday even
ing. There will he Installation of olllcers.
State MiiHter Cady will be the liiHtalllng
oillcer.-The Misses Arlle llrlttell and
Lena. Shaw of Weybrldge are visiting In
town. -Mrs. Amelia H.-unard returned to
llrlstol Sunday arter passing two weeks
with her niece, Mrs. G. C. Coates.-Mrs.
F. C. Dlttto Is In tnwn.-W. Atwood and
Willlani Cowles, who have been working
on the now school biilldltiS, nro 1,1 w"h
The annual meeting of tbn church will
bo held on Friday at two o'clock. All
inemberH tiro requested to attend and 10
spond to the roll-call. Those who cannot
are reiiiieslod to Mild some message to
ho rend at tho inieting. The ruhjoct ot
the senium Sunday Is, "What Is It lo He
11 Christian?" In the evening tbero will
be 11 steieoptleon lecture oil "Immigra
tion," with numerous lino Illustrations.
Mrs. Funny Goodrich died Wednesday
night of pneumonia, after an illness or
only a f 1 w days. A daughter was bom
to Mr. nnd Mrs. Herbert Allies Monday.
-Ilniirv Kelsev Is seriously ill. The P.ov.
T. A. Howard Is lu Hoston. -Mr. and Mis.
Warren Hauldwln nnd children returned
fiom Rutland Satunl.iv. win re they were
guests of Mr. and Ml". Norm Macaiiley.
Howmnu Ciosby returned from Nova
Scotia Wednesday, where he was guest of
his mother several das 1.. A. Webster
leturned to his business in the West Mon
day after visiting ids family Ihrough tho
holidays. Ralph Goixlii' h of I.ynn, Mass.,
was called hole lust week by the dialli
of his aunt.
David Jackson, one of the oldest 1 esl
etent.s ot town, died at Ills home Monday
lu the SMh year of his ago. lie had been
111 a very slum Unto with pneumonia. Di
li aves two suns and two daughters, Her
bert Jackson of Hrldport. Perley Jack
son of this town. Mrs. Hyron Chadwirk of
Ohio, and Mis. Hoy Gage or this town.
.Mrs. Jackson died sevei.il eais ago. The
funeral 111 r.ingoinents are not yet made.
The Installation of the grange otllee.rs
were hold Friday evening, the Installing
ollleors being Mrs. Spencer llawiey and
daughter of the Yeigennes grange.
Cards are out announcing the marriage
January 1 of Aitliur Wright Adams ami
Mis. Clara Fisher Stone at the home of
the bride's pari'iits, Mr. and Mrs. Carson
I'lsher. I.lttle George Marshall, son of
llayward Maislnll, Is 111. Harriett Smith
and Flora Willmartli have returned to
Mldillebury. Mrs. M. A. Smith is 111 with
the grip. i.lttle I.uclle Wood, daughter
or Frank Wood, Is ill with the gripT
Stella cross does not gain, and Is not
I able to teturn to her school work at Ver-
gennos. Mr. and Mrs. II. H. .Miirsnun
have leeenlly returned from a visit to
Mrs. Marshall's patents In Worcester,
N. Y Josephine Hodet;.' Is suffering
I mm a felon mi finger.
William Gulviii. town representative,
leturned to .Montpeller Monday. S. .1
Hillings lias taken a farm In Salisbury,
to will' h place he will leinove Mm eh 1.
Co urge .Hid II 11 rv Cuminiiigs were call
ed to Spi ingfle Id, Mass. Siturdai by the
death of tl'. u rather. Mrs. William
James, who has bei a In I'oncord for
some time, id iriieil Siitiirdiiv Fairmun
Clone retuimd to Hiiiilngton Satuiday.
-.Miss I'ltd.i Prin.e, who has 1 n visit
ing lu r sister, Mrs J. C. Spuiildln'-', for
.scoral days,, returned to Randolph Sat
urday. Miss Gertrude Hiodle, wlio has
lie on spending her vacation with Mr. and
Mrs. Robeit Hrodle, leticncd to her
duties as ti in her ill the uibllc schools
at Wist Rutland I'rldio . Fdwaul Mc
l.oud and Miss Myrtle Rei d were united
in muiT.agc I'ridu.x . Mrs. A. It. Hnitson
Is 111. Finery Fellows was in Morris
lllc Saturday. -AlilL- Knight Mulshed
woik Saturday night at the Hard wick
Saving and Trust company. The Granite
Ti'ii-t compiim opened theii doors for
business Saturday morning. -The annual
Installation and baiiijui t ol' the New Rim
laud iiidir of Piot'i lion wis bold lithe-
K. or P hi. II Wednesilai, January
Miss. J.able II. Vivian Hanson of
Ayer 'inf. 1
visiting her uncb
a lie r a few
Talbeit is aide li
lays illncsi I'l'id.i
leturned to Monisville
William Stewart has In
1 11 ill with tile
1 measles.-Leon Stew.nt Is working In the
creaiiii 1 y, taking -Mr. Salls's place, who
hii.s been having the measles. 1 lenrv
Kldredgc has been ill John Horn Is
winking mi ICliliedgi A. Sun -l'.oscoe
Alien Is gaining slowb
Tin "ii board of In .ill Ii will give a
free tnocn ulosis csliilut al town hall
Mond iy fiom 2:i"i to s ii I' in At eight
motion phi 111 is will be used to Illustrate.
Frank Magee cut Ids arm just Detow
Hie dhow on a clrciiUi. saw 1 hursday,
while sawing ood. A sen ol' Carl Har
vey had the mlftfoitune to out his leg
badly 011 a drag saw a few days ago.
Mrs. Walter Harvey has lust the end of
a linger in a sausage cutter.. Richard
Harvey, fell fiom the .M-affold in the barn,
a illslaiue of about II feet, and at Hist It
was thought he was r dally Injured, but
he Is slowly lecovoring fnun the accident
and no serious results arc oxpeetod. Ray
Cague is soiiniiiily III at (hi home of Mrs.
James Magee. There was a New Year's
ball at the town hall We duet-day even
ilig. Dr. J. F. Miles, for 311 M-ais dork and
tioasuicr ol this town, iva-hed his K!ru
birthday on January Ho I i"'111 I"
liooel hifillli and Is at hi.' olflce a part or
1 mil day, being assisted i'i bis work by
his daughter, Miss Mary Miles. Mrs.
Miles Is id m-iiih of ago and although not
III ery good health, she Is about tho
lioum each day. Dr. iii-d .Mrs. Miles are
the oldest Ihlim couple in "be town.
Mr. and Mis. Guy i'ol'ev won- 111 Hur
llngtoii Sunday to attend the I'lineral of
Mine ci.ua Tobey. Tlie numbers eif i.'iun
inlntfh pon and W. It. wl" '"tvo a
Joint liislallalion of office l al G. A. It.
hull Sutuiday ut two o'doik. A dinner
Will he Si l-i'i it at lllll II
Mis Finest I'uiiuy has returned from
the. West and is now lisillliB -U Claronco
The King's Diiuglilcr will "h'ot with
Mis. II, ,1. Jioyntou Inste'-ul of at the Con
gregational vestry 1'iiilm
Tin homo of Jleniy TeliHI. e iMie-d by
I'rank Juckmii. toijtiihnr lth the ham
weie burned to tlie ground I-'ridav night.
Tl." lanilb had rutiieil nnd thf IHc In
Hu 1 - r was well undi 1 wax i' hen dls-
" 1 'I. did II eallle lind l" boys wi 111
bullied bcfuie tho eilunu wn tllMii. A
now giisollno engine owned Jointly by
Mr. Terrlll and Klmcr Irish was also
tint lied, though fortunately it 'had been
Insured within a week. Tho catiso of tho
fire Is not known, but It Is thought that
the barn wan struck by lightning, ns
there lind been several sharp flashes dur
ing the evi'iilng. The loss Is partly cov.
oied by Insurance. The household goods
wero mostly saved nnd with tho aid ot
tho flro engine, the barn across tho
street was saved. Tho family Went to
tho homo of Arthur Myotto until further
nrrangemeiits ran ho made.
Tho high school and graded school com
menced this week. Wesley Sturges has
leturned to college. Hal old Hayden has
gono hack to Hurllngtoii. Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Illlss of Hollows Falls are spend
ing 11 few days with their father. Clara
Stygles Is better. Miss Ada Tutro spent
Monday !n Hurllngtoii. About 10 attend
ed the dinner at the Congregational
Church Monday. At the business meeting
of the Congregational Church the follow
ing ollleors wero elected: Carl Mead, C.
II. Ilnyden and C. F. Ayer, deacons;
prudential committee, ns above; treas
urer, I,. r Fowler; auditors. Mis. S. M.
Palmer, Mrs. D. W. Knights, Mrs. Mary
Hale; chorister, P. 11. Hrowu; organist,
Violet Pope; Sunday school supeiiiitedent.
III. C. Ayer; assistant, C. II. Havdon.
Joseph Lord died about mldnlRit
Friday night at the home of Joseph
Gamlln on upper IMaln street, follow
ing an Illness ot 1." weeks with tuber
culosis. Mr. I.orl was born In Red.
lord, P. q., 10 yearn ago and for the
past 2S eais had boon a resident of
lils village. Ho Is survived by his
father, .lule Lord, one daughter mil
one son, Rene and Isabulle Lord. lie
also leaves one brother, IMney Lord
of tills place, and flvo sisters. Mrs.
Hugeiie Slmarl, Mrs. Joseph Gamlln,
Mis. James Gamlln, Mrs. Adelord Mer
cure and Mrs. Fiigene Richard. The
runeral was held at St. Francis
Navler Chinch at nine o'clock Monday
nioinlng with Intel menu In St. Frauds
Mis. IMiny Donl died Sunday night
at her home on West street after an
Illness of two years. She was .'la years old
ami Is survived by her husband and three
children, the oldest being nine years old.
She Is also survived by her patents, Mr.
and Mis. Israel Fremaii, and Iwo
brothers, Alexander and John I'remnu,
al! tisi:'lng here. Th" funeral was held
.vest 1 day moiiilng at St. Francis Nuvler
Church with interment In St. Francis
A daughter was boin yesteiday to Mr.
and .Mrs. Robert Thompson.
Joseph HclloV! who lived neir Hrigham
lilll. was found dead in bed Friday moin
ing. The funeral was hoi 1 froir his late
homo Sunday at Run p. m. There was a
large attendance at the New Year's ball
given h the Odd Ft-lleiwte at the 1. O. F.
hall Tuesday o oiling.-i.i ton Calvin of
llnbbaidton is visiting his cousin. Aldis
George II. Snide and Irene Gover, both
of Fail fax, were married by tlie Rev.
:. R. 1:111 rier at the Me thodist Rplscopal
parsonage Tuesday, December 21.
The o-jportunltv Circle will meet with
Mis. c. w. Rico Saturday afternoon.
Tlie, Ladles' All will meet to-dny and
serve dinner from twelve lei ono o'clock
at the Methodist vestry. The following
olllcers were elected Sunday for the Sun
day school at the Methodist Church: s-'u-porlntenilcnt,
C. It. Chapin; assistant su
perintendent, George Whltton. secretary,.
J. F. Leach; assistant sccietary ,L. J.
Rl-sby: traesiuer, Mrs. J. F. Leaeh; presi
dent df the Sunday School Missionary so
ciety. Miss Mary Fariand; chorister, C.
R. Chapin: organist, Mrs. Ralph Wool.
Tlie tieasnrer's report showed that the.
collections had boon siilllclent to defray
the espeiisf.s for the M-ar .Inst closing.
The week ni pra.wr will he ohservesl by
union services at tlie dlffi rent ehuiches
us follows: Haptlst CI111r.il. We-ilneday
eunllig. Methodl.st. Thuisdav evening,
and Congregational Church. Fild.iy even
ing. ESSEX JUNCTION.
Mr. and Mis. J. W. FraeV of Spiing
Ib'ld, Noa Scotia, miiiumm the niar
ilug" ot their daughter. Jennie, to Dr.
Ma-iu-w W. Hunter of this place. The
nun 1 Inge took place in Montreal Thurs
day. Mis. Ilunt.-i will ho at luum- lo her
Mends Thursdny nnd Friday. January
ii anu 1. fiom tint 1 to live in the after
llooij, Ai, oil ito,. esplodeo .Monday al
ternoon about 4 ::uj o'clock in the
kitchen of the apartment of Mrs. Han
nah Warner an Mrs. Glara Stevens
on Main street. Mrs. Warner's daug.i
tor Ian to the street and gave tilt
alarm, mil Ilaiuiou Hall ami Irving'
Gilbert carried out the flaming stove.
The- woodwoik of the kite-lion was
seorehed mil Hu- iaper considerably
iliiluageil by smoke.
The annual meeting ,,r the Rsson
Co-operative Saving ,v Lo.m a.ssoela-
iinn was held at the oirlce of Allen
j Martin Monday evening ami officers
were elected as follows: Presi lent. S.
A. Rrowiie; h e-pi esident, C. S.
I'leteher; secretary, A. 11. Yiindow;
tre'a.surer, li W. Allen; directors, .1. It.
i:. Peiullot. M'llllam H. Jolinson, K. M.
Wiiltcomb. C. M. I'eriin. J. A. Dona
hue. D. M. Johnson, J. n. wiiltcomb,
-1. II. Allen. The icpoiU showed 1I10
usual gain in the assets of tin- asso
ciation and the M-ntlnieiit was advance-.1
that It would be a good busi
ness piopositlou to organize a trust
Asa Churih has leturind after visiting
it-lathes lu Cambridge-Lyman Kldiidge
is win king for c. M. Chittendui.
H. A. Dodge, a professor at St. UivM-enee
I'nlverslty, visited Charles Moran ove-r
Sunday. Hert Hoers and son, Maurice,
weit lu Hiiiilngton Saturday. Karl Hul
lock Is spending a few days In Hurllnc.
j lon.-.Mis. II. Jl. Wllde-r and son, Homer,
1 has vkilted her daughtur, Mrs. James
1 Pollard, lu ICssex. Mrs. Fannie Mac-om-her
is very low. Clara Harnuni return
ed to Mlddlohury College Thursday after
sponumg Her Christmas rece-Hs with her
Roy Keiiyon was at home fiuiu Rurling
tun 01 or Sunday. -Cluster Waltun Is
j working r,. sUtrn Knuna Hlcknell for this
tcim of sehool.-llimli Raiisoiue Is III
j with scailot fever.-Mr. and Mrs. Hill.
I who have been Mslting their son. Slud-
eiou 1 llllv returned to their home' In Lin
coln Monday. -.Mrs. II. II. Hlgglus goes
Thursday to Hartford, Conti.-F. S. Ran
some leturned to Montpeller after spend
ing tho holidays at his liuiue In this place.
-At the meeting r the Congregational
Chinch of Joiicho Cente-r tile following
olllcers weie elected; Moderator, H. G.
llrown; dork, F. m. Hoskins; collector.
G. c. Hli-lini'll; Insurance cummltti'e, F.
S. Ransoine; tiustees, II. G. Rruwn and
W. J. Nichols; envelope committee, Mrs.
Krcd Unas nnd Mrs, C. C. Hlcknell; u
perlntendent, E. n. Jordan; ufcsinant su
peiintendent, F. M. Hosliins; music com
mltleo. Mis HlRglns, . M. Hoskliis. W
J Nbhols. tle.isuier, li. II. Jordan. Sun
day fciiiuol chorlstur, F. -M. Hoskliis; Sun-
day nehool organist, Miss Constance .lor- j
dan; assistant Sunday school organist.
Miss aretchen Allen; canvassing com
mittee, Mrs. Cora Ohapln, II. P. Hall, C.
D. Noaly, W. J. Nichols, Frank Urown,
Mrs. 13. H. Jordan; homo department su
perintendent, Mrs. Ii. D. Moulton; sec
rotary and treasurer, Ml 1 .Mao Rldridge;
missionary committee., S II. Rarnum,
Mrs. O. C. Hlcknell; church historian,
Mrs. a, C. Hlcknell. .Miss Mary Moran
returned to Hlghgatc, where she teaches
In tho high school.
ills3 Flora Lane of Rurllngtnn Is visit
ing her cousins, tlia Misses llcsslo and
Tim olllcers elected by the Congrega
tional Sunday school Sunday were: Su
perintendent. Fred S. Tomllson; assist
ant superintendent, Charles K, Porclval;
secretary, Pert Nattress, treasurer,
;harles H, Perclval; organist, Theodore
H. Williams, chorister, Ha 1-3. Hiigham.
Miss ICcI i til H. Derby of Jolinson spent
Sunday with the Misses Sarah and Car
otin SalTord before opening her school at
Roartown. Mrs. M. L. Washburn or New
York Is visiting her sister, Mrs. R. II.
Day. A lecture nnd motion pictures will
he given upon the subject of tuborculoslH
this nveiilng at Jericho Center.
Mrs. D. 1-3. Hlsonette Is seriously ill.
Arthur nnd Paul Hrelilian returned Mon
day evening to St. Michael's Colleco after
two weeks vacation. F.dwnrd Martin,
who has been ill, Is able to bo out. Mrs.
I.. F. Paradeo and son, Clifford, were
In Uurllngton Monde.y. Itccause ot tho
sorbins Illness of Mrs. V. W. Prior the
grammar grade ut Jericho will not be
gin until January 1,1. Miss Helen Chapin
lias returned ta Uradford, Mass., whole
she is attending school. The Free Will
OITerlng soeletv will servo supper at the
vestry or the Methodist Kptscopnl Church
Friday evening from live o'clock until
e ight o'clock. John Krewet of New York
Is vlf-ltlng In town Miss Gertrude t.add
returned Saturday from Morrlsvllle.
Mrs W. R. Macomber Is seriously 111.
Miss Rmma Hunter was In town Mon
day. Miss Kiiuotila Haiber of Rssi x was
In town over Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Hury 1'llss of Hollows
Falls art the guests of Mr and Mrs. D.
W. Knight. The Young People's society
v. Ill give .1 necktie and apron social Satur
ela evening at the Congregational Church
parlors. Tho Pythian Sisters will havo
tin ii insinuation service Friday evening
nt Knights ot Pythias hnll.-Mrs. F. P.
Til'lson's mother, who has been HI, Is Im
proving. II. It. Howard Is in I.oston.
1-3. A. Rllss has returne-d to ids home In
Riverside after seve ral we-. ks absence.
Miss Alice Hunt is 111 with the measles.
A. W H.uris lias returned to Ins duties
as iirJtic-lp.il of th" high soho ! after
spi ndlng tin holidays Willi his 1 .are nts.
W. W. I'al.iur Is ill.
.Mrs. A. 1-3. Crandall has returned from
Uuilinglon, where sin- has 0.1 n spend
ing a lew days Mrs. Il.ittie Alger and
daughter, He rtha, have been visiting in
Colchester. Mrs. H. J. Fuller of Willis
ton was In town Momlux Ray Cague,
who lias been serlmisU id at the home ot
his cousin, Mrs. Janiis McUee, In Hlin-s-bmg,
l.s somewhat bettet -Miss Zoe Pal
mer has leturned to her school in Castle
ton. UNDERHILL CENTER.
The house of William Dnon was ib-
stro.M-d by tire '.Monday nfternoon. Only
a small part of the contents wia saved.
The origin of the Hie Is not known.
Frank Mc Cue is nt home from the West
for a brief visit.--Mrs. Mary Rover of
charlotte Is visiting Homer Hnyer, her
first sleighing of the season
Tin- King'.- Daughters' met ting of this
week has been postponed until January
15. There will be no preaching here
next Sunday as the pastor, the Rev. H. I.
Kemp, will attend the association meet
ing at Shady Rill. Loron Rill has moved
his family to lllnesburg
Joseph Manor, Sr. who ha.
m.inager for George L. lv.iv
Hiiiilngton, has letunu'l to
her.-. ,ouis Sainal. who has h
i-i n ill. has
lesuineil his position with Louis K-Hogg.
Guy Tobey of lllnesburg visited his son.
John, last week.
The olllceis of the grange w.ie In
stalled Monday night by State Master
Cady ami Mrs. Cady. The Installation
was public Schools In town commenced
Monday after the Christmas vacation.
Mrs F. it. I'alby Is 111. Him. -r Whalley
is ill with the measles. Carlton McNeil
and M Williams have- leturned to school
at Rudolph and Hail Hot-ford to Mid
dle "ir College.
De-Hi Williams has leturned fiom St.
Albans, when she has been caring fin
hi r sisl.i. Mrs. Arthur Hi .uiie gard.
Pearl llui-.iboiiii letuiiie.l to Franklin
Tucsil.i George Lawrence and Marion
Stanley and Million Wood returned to
their srhool 111 Fairfax Tin-selai.
die Kiton Is a guest of Mis. Jennie
I'lu- .lentil of Mrs. Catherin
widow nt Chandler Peek, occurn
das . D.-i II. aft.-r nn Illness of ;', mouths
from cam or eef tile- liver, aged .Sii wars,
three months and 2.1 days. She was for
many veirs a member of the liaptlst
Chinch. Mrs. Peck was bum In New
Yoik but had lived the greater part of
her life in Charlotte Three daughteis
sun le. Mrs. A. H. Steams of Huiling
luli, Mis. FiOette Hllbbol of Charlotte
and Mrs. Lucy Jackman, with whom she
lind lived since the death of he-r husband
eight years ago. Resides her elaughters
she leaves nine gi anddilldi ell and 17
moat-grandchildren. The funeral was
held from the house Thurseiay at om
o'cloi k, the Rev. Thomas Dailson olllcl
atlng. and the Interment was made In
the Peck family lot III the cemeteiy at
Fast Chin lotto. Those from out of town
to attend won- Mrs. A. H. Stearns nnd
two sous. Urn ton and 1 i owat el of Ilur
lingtoii; Frank Stearns and daughter eif
Mlddleluiry. Mr. und Mrs. George Hlnlr
or Shelburne Point; 'Mrs. Hurritt, Mrs.
Hrolher. Klein Martin and Mr. and Mrs.
Charles RubUol of lllnesburg; Judge
Waire-n Peck of New Haven nnd William
Gee of Moilktuil.
Dr. Laihl. with two experts will be In
town January H. afternoon and evening,
with the State tuberculosis exhibit. This
demonstration Is free lo the public ami
will be given in the town hall and will
lie IllUPtratisl. Miss 13. C. Allen went to
Springllt'l Saturday to resume chmge of
th teacheifr' training com s-e. There will
be? an oyler Mipper ami rummage sale
lu the town hall 011 the evening of
Jnnu.nw 21 by the Ladlep' Social Circle.
Contributions of tillable .11 ti. leu will he
appieciatctl. Tho Fuitulghtl) di. Till
meet to-dny at
tie homo of Jin
H. Perry. Mr, and .Jr Geori A
anu rioyu ti. nice exp t ti ic,i,
Florida Hnturdnv. The tr,p 1. ike
account of Mrs. Ill' t 1 hr.ith
Misses Hnivey of Hurllnston hnvo
visiting Miss Lama Kidder Mu ir
eler roturneel to Williams C'olit.'c T
Ml. nilU IV, niiri
are tho parents ot a ion, Rir
Ilrliisley, horn .Inntiar I The v
people who havn returned to college
spending their holiday va at ion at
ii'Speotivo homes are Ml s Ruth T
... ... . .-.... ..1. . --1
Williams ejoiiege anu v icrr ecu
tho IT. V. M. Miss Jennli Tiumpson
returned to Woodbury, N J , where
Is teaehlng, after sin nelln two
with hr parents, Mr and Mrs
'iilfitmiurtn -01... I..,- 11 t"!,.rlfT
two youngest children nru ill with
liu-nslen. Tin) Roy. W ! Weeks
returneii rrom a short s'slt ill .Si. iv 1
Miss Jiiuet Harmon ha. re tu
from u fete ili.vri .-Id , . t-l n
- .Miss Musa Goodsdl "i l a rf x I'i s
Ing lior aunt, Mrs. r. M ,iM
Rav 1-3. Kiline left for I. r h mu
C! .... h.. f. ..... t, .. . ...
"i" iiikiiciii r,i iiiron v a rrr spcnuing
days with her parent--, ji ar I Mrs
It. Stoddard. Mrs. I'm I P, i ln I
lev. ,.,.,, e ... . .. ... ... ...
...... i, , , ,s ,, ,,,1. i , i n JlL il
be expected. Mrs. I l II 1 f- rr S
ousiy in. tier sist' r. Mr .t ,n?
..nrlncr f,.t- It.., 'in... -Jl, . r,..-
building some liorse.-li. ! i i ir
The sheds are "s f, t vt
senoois reopened -MotKi.y v -r a
two weeks' vacation
The liver Ready Orel- c 'i K
Daugliters will meit w,t M I
Andrews this nfteinoor, t . ,i)
for their regular in, n-e
Ing.-The Rev. W. F. Y
go away the last of this w i r i
we ek.s' vncntlop, whl'h ur n
with his friend and .r
the Ri'V. Mr. Nhkir . i In
Mass. Mr. and Mrs 'I'run.ir r
havo moved on to then firm h
tlie Nelson fnim, which t i m
make their home. The f ir.' t
Ing of the Woman's Hlble i las wis
Tueselav afternoon in the parlors of
Methodist Church. Owing to tlie .-r
storm there was only a smail ate
nnce, but the meeting was pl-asant
prontnble. Miss Mnrj- Trae.- has g
Hi ui e. ... n, v-'.ii. , ,-.. v .....
liosition as teacher.
Airs. i 'n v ji kit, ivou u u thuii
serious operation ot the Mary Flef
l.ncnllnl t'lul lu r,nnrteil n.s be
comfortable. Mrs. G A Heckcr went
Moretown Saturdav, i ailed there bv
illness ot her daughter, Mrs Mm
Mobbs. Angus Tomllson of II nt'ngt
... nt. 1 V. Cnlilrlr... ,.,.1 .m.T..-
Cliarles Swinyer and aged m.i'htr h:
moveel into the liousr with Mrs Sw
yer's daughter, Mrs CI ir.es Rd'-n
i l i'..;ii.,. .-..id W I. Tttn wrr- v
tors at Rurllngton Mnid.iv -Mu-s Jo
ette Shattuek has ret'.rned to Jerieho
Mrs. Jarlus Shattuek and Mrs B
Shattuek wetp In Burlington the first
the week to visit Mrs M nnle Alcer
tlie Mary Fletcher hospital 'laret
Swinver Is contlned to the house sv
the grip.-G. S. Ro irls Is i' G
Brewster nnd F. R Strong are n R
The Ki '.g's D.iughtus met Wi
Iiesday Willi .ill's, i.. ji nc no t i
company of the friends anil m ishVirs
Mr. and .Mrs. . 1.. i asw eu cenui reu in-
a fan-well reception -it tlu.r home Tn-
ing mid refreshments w.rc s rvi d F
Iord presented th. m v n- urse
money in behalf of t ' J ni
which lie rm nth
Mrs. W. W. Aldil.
Colchester with to '
nedy. George- Rio 1
was "a guest at 1'
.r,r, has. 1 Mr a
i i.i-S' 1 S iida
ruber Ji n Kt
,' W.ir i f' r, 5
ilt Br w r's S
The member.- of th- Dime Soilt v wi
cntei tallied at the Lome f Mrs 13
Davis .laniian 1 -Al "-r: M n kh r ret t
ed to Pittsfoul Thuisd.iy 1 avli g si r'
week at his home. Hs' aith ip.w
Mrs. M.nv York, ill." fill i-JW- st
a week ago. breaking om and l k -two
ribs. Is gaining sbw'i Mi f 1 M1
Angus Tomllnson and i 'i drc-n f i'
Itigdon. Cm. are in t"Wn -Frenl
went M.eiila tu Worcester Mas- f
short M.i -Mis. i: 1. 1 a n
J. II. Smith attended the V rM
meeting In Burlington Tuesd..v
i' li. n-mniv e.f I'.i '- s- r w
W Smith's Tin sdus Mrs An
tinned .li'inl.i iin'ii Hul. N 1.
Mr and Mis. S. W 11. f
vit-itlng tin ir d.iuglit- i M s
Glad., s. Madiihn. iinl ' "
went Tue.-,la to t!u H,
Chllilreti In Hurllir-:f"ii J -very
ill w .th pneiiui 'i i c U-i
of Seiuth Huiiiiigt.-ii !
him. Ai thur Baker, wmi . i
III for (he past w-.h i '
Schools in tow n opi in I M n. i M "
L. Woicott, wlio w i- I
ton Sunday afternoon ' - t :-i
her son Max. rotuin. -I t ' r t
son and Marjorle ' n'-
a cm -!
..f b 1 rot r,
1 ri m
S.it'ir-l.n nn -ir
-1 t. m.ss n
1 1. 1 1 mid -Miss N.im
tinned to VV. sr.. In
after a two wi.hi-
l". Stone -Mr and Mrs
H H S
Northt iiil hav In en p., s
in Ihe lainlly of K I: 1'
McLeoil lilt Saturdav to ! o.s ,i"
In llartiwiik. The either im ri'i rs of c
fami'y v 111 leinain In r, i I w vc k
longer. The village bonis w ii open 1
il,i after two wi.-k- 1 1 n l"
ii.a.,.,,, r-ieik, el. e learlntt.
jenni. nnu i-ionnii- in. - -
ii:iv to ni ion eoui.i . o;mk. i. .-nn
Wlnnlfrcd Carpenter to M -idle u r I
rii.. M -sUnoo Minister, el nssociatiu
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Illllg oe J'.lioeuui s, inn Mini'' .v
I'liiikltio-ir. i he It. v Mr B.iki r i'i .til a
Prophets, and the itev .Mr Jones gave a
book review- of Presiibnt Tuckers Ihe
Church and Modem World Dliimr w u
served in tlie vestn or t n M'-th nl st
Church. Mrs. R. J Meat's Is vn s slown
UToi i i mil jioiii an iiiuiss nj severa.
weeks. .Mi'f. u. .srciianinauii ami daugh
ter, MiF. Sanborn, with her sti Lornr'c
Sanborn. hae been vi-itnu t r -y
of Dr .1 Ardianilianll in llif iv J pi.
tlon, Mailt 'ailc.ut of Lynn, Mabs , whf