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THK BURLINGTON FUKK 1'iIEgS AND TIMT,S: TITURBDAY, .IANC7A1J.Y 23, 3013.
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I All.MLH VvANThD. bv Apnl Nl.
i" iihii.i1 working piogrissfv.- fanner
I 'i ii jo cow fin in on 1 1 . good
.11111, till' 111 ft liT locilllOIIS. n .11' church,
- luiiil. ami market, ivtiiinic. Address
O,, will- Free Ft ess. ,:ii,:,t..tv.lti
C(U1IM2'FkNT WAJTKI2SS wanted ut
tin- Ifurdvvick Inn, I Inrdwiek, Vt.
FAHM WANTUD hefnie March t to runt
for t-iiHli or (tike half. No small ehll
ilrrn IMp to lmnilli" .".'i-cow farm.
Halo good tram. Kcfcrellces 11. O.
Dillon, JefrcrsonvUle, It. D. 2. I.l.vi&w.lt.
WANTLD TO LXCHANOt- largo
thnshlng machine for gasoline engine.
.1., Put; I'ri'Ss office. ll.Ot.tw.lt
A WJ'KD Homo imp to buy tin- creamery
li('i-i' In South Hoynlton, Vt. Write N. J.
Fotwln. 2S,w, It.
HOYS between 1T. nml in, Irani to lio a,
waiter, act as tray buys now. Position
pi rmani'tit, per month anil board.
State age. height, weight anil refer
ence. ,T. JI. Donnelly, Atlantic city,
X. J. UT.lt
NIOR PA1U T.IOIIT MOKOANS for Hale,
I and 5 years'. good drivers and workers,
cheap for cah. C. 1.. Domerltt, Lust
Cambridge. Vt. K.&1t
TlTS PLUMHING AND Hli)ATlNO
business of the late Peter Devcreux for
sale with Mock nnd tools, or wl'.l gel!
utock alone. Will be sold regardless of
cost In order to fettle tlio estate. 18
George St. 231,d&w.tf.
Ml ST 1113 KOI. I ) -Nice 1 1 located farm of
101 acres, 1 1-- mil' - from .Tohn--mi
vIII.ikc, on r-clnbd highway from
Hurllugton to Newport, good buildings,
inv-t of running wntct at house and
'i.inis, all machine wmlicd fields. "Will
pi- Mold with or without stock and tools.
(' I. Di merltt, I2.ist Cambridge. Vt.
P Vl'i'll WtillK Send u.- a dime for the
I bam .-te.nl Package, blight new call
mi', large pieces. Your money's ivotth
mi') time. Hox 217, .Merlden, Conn.
Kl-.Nl) Toll PHIC12 LIST of fnrms, etc.
N .1 l'otvln, Ileal Hstuto Dealer. South
' tilt nil. Vt. 2C,w,tf
THE PLAZA CAFE,
M1W IH Itl.lM; i on iu.ocjk,
sl. Paul Slrept, lliirlliigtnn Vermont,
STANDARD STEAM LAUNDRY
Office 1 IT. Cherry street. IT. W. Bul
Ie k, proprietor. Fine Shirt. Collar and
mil orK. 'l-nono ;is-ll or send post.
I and drlvor will call.
FRANK S. LANOU & SON,
rrnclleul number nnd Mrnni Fitters,
Ill) SI. I'mil .Street.
Neit North nurllng-tnn Silting lUnk.
The nnn'inl meeting of the stockholders
t the Farmers' & M-chnnlcs' Savings
Institution & Trust company will bo
ield at thn banking house of tho Mer
chants' National Hank of Huiilngton, Vt.,
on 'Wednesday, January 22, 1913, at 11
ci "lock a. m for the election of trustees.
I'. K. WOODHOI'Si:, Treasurer.
Hurlington, Vt., Dec. 2", 1012. 2G.w,4t.
l-'nr ISnle. Illic reduction In ,irer.
A Krnulnr money-milker. Good
buildings; abundant water; splen
did sugar orchard, nnoly eqnippo.l;
100 acres In tillage; plenty pastur
age, 'lit cows, team, tools, lnnchln
cry, separator: tine roads, near
school, creamery, mills, etc.: tu
miles to station. Price, $3.0011,
About $1,r,0n down. Hlg discount
to cash buyer Write at once to
T .1 McDonnell. Freo Press nidg.,
169 Narth St. Tel. 965,
C1U Aimtterrd IJoy or Nlslit,
" ii earth. In
i reasi s vkk pro
iliictliin T h e
origin. M silli'ii
Ki ll A vol 1 substitutes. Ask
your lmal dealer, or send
SI (ill for two jut). 1U bai?s
f o. b. cars Aircnts want
ed. r.tKv lllll Silica Itock
"o lio- !' New llrunswlck, N. .1.
.00 ai'le "3 miv farm .In. llMili, 't 1 1-2
miles to village and depot, kooiI house, 2
ktorv bain. r. vnter, larne orchard, kooiI
niBiir bush, pb uty of wood and timber,
machine worked llekls, 1! horses, 15 cows,
Hi young cuttle, plus and hens, all hay
and fodder, all f.irmlnn, sanar and dairy
tools, In fact everything needed for only
?I,'..V). cash !,2T.o, bal, easy at lf?c. also a
bl,' trade In a lo.cow farm In Underbill,
in. will trade for city property
REYNOLDS REAL ESTATE CJ,
If Mrll"'H' - Vcxmuiil
HAPPENINGS IN YERMONT
(Continued from pugr 1.)
pnssed Sunday with his parents, Judge
and Mrs. F. 1.. Fish, ,
Cyrus .Tarvls died suddenly Wednesdny
mornliii? from heart failure following a
Hcncrnl breaking up of the system, aged
f,s years. Mr. .larvl was born In this city
and passed thn most of bis life. bare,
lie was a painter bV trade. Me leaves a
wife, four daughters, Jits. .Moses Harrow,
Mrs. Jennie Miller of this city, Mis.
lleorge Dalgnault of Fetrlsburg nnd Mrs.
.lames Casey of llilstol, three sons,
George, Cornelius and Charles of this
city; one brother, William Jarvls; threo
sisters. Mrs, Charles Uernitard, Mrs.
Ailiilurd Ucrotiard and Mrs. Frances
I'atiieiiudii, all of Cenlial Falls, It, I,
The funeral will be held nt St. I'etel's
Church Friday morning, The Hev,
George II. Urush ha.s received a call from
the vestry of Trinity Church, Kbelburne,
to become the lector of the palish mid
to succeed the Ilev, W. Weeks, who !s
to be consecrated - bishop next week,
Aaron Cohen I, as returned from a busi
ness tlip to New York, Miss Frances
Unli.irt, who was called to I'ambrldgn by
the illness of her mother, lias returned.
John Cohen of :,'cv York Is IMtlng bis
brothers, Abraham and Aaron, and -ls-ter,
Mis. Max Flshnuin. The Gage Ceme
tery association of Fcrrlsbui g will hold
their annual meeting for the election of
oltlccrs Mid the collecting of dues Tues.
day afternoon with Mis. Fred Tapper.
I,. II. Hi own Is 111 with lonsllltls.-Tlie
annual guest night of the "As You I.Ike
It" cluli was helil Tuesday evening at the
home of the lion, and .Mrs. F. 1.. Fish.
The guests Weic received by the com
mittee having the affair In i barge, Mrs.
J. II. Donnelly, Mrs. I'. I,, fish, Mrs.
C. S. Haven and .Mrs. G. F. O. Kimball.
Tho opening number on the program was
a piano solo, Chopin's Third Ilalbule,
well rendered by Miss Kutherlne Fish.
Mrs. Cottrell. a contralto soloist from
New York, sang "Morning" artistically.
Mrs. J. II. Donnelly, chairman of guest
night committee, In a few well chosen
lem.iiks Introduced the speaker of the
evening, W. it. Austin of St. Albans, who
took for his subject, "Homance or th"'
Law." The program was concluded by
another vocal solo, "Tho Quest," In Mrs.
Cottrell. Tho members and their fi lends
were then Invited Into the dining loom,
which was tastefully decorated with cut
(lowers. Refreshments were served by the
Misses Kdna, Hall, Ada Crosby, Grace K.
Klngsland and Kdltb McGovern. Mrs.
William Dalrymple and Mrs. K. G. Not ton
presided at the refreshment table, and
Mrs. W. 7!. Warner acted as usher. About
t"i members and guests were present.
T i' V.iincj was nt home fiom Mmu-pell.i-
ovt-i- Sunday. Miss Anna Wright
visited her biotber, Donald, in Wluooskl
over Su..day. Ilrlstol Iidgc, I. o. o F ,
cuiifi i red the third degree Friday even
ing nnil Installed odleeis. Dr. 1". T.
llriggs and Mrs. A. K. Hrlstoi contlnn- to
Improve -'I'lie Green .Mountain Whist lub
nut with Mrs. It. A. I'urliiloii Friday
evening. The tirst prizes were won by
Mrs. It. A. I'urlnton and It. C. Maitin.
the consolation prizes by Mrs. G. S. Farr
and II. S. Dunshee. Doralha, the little
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Karl Mcader,
has been seriously III, She 1 now Im
pioved. Mrs. II. C. Shaw and children
are visiting in Midillebury. Frank At
wood of Hutland was In town Saturday.
.Miss Delia Selff Is visiting in Ussex
Junction Geoige Cot-kins was taken to
the Mary Fletcher hospital Sunday for
The annual roll call and collation of the
liaptlst Church was held Wednesday
evening, January ir, about 130 being pies
ent. in responding to their names. The
liev. W. A. Davison. I). 1)., of Hurling
ton dellveii'd an address on "The Three
Homes." The lieasurers report shows
receipt. Sl.l'C.jn; disbursements, ?l,:ilii.m
The following officers were elected:
Clerk, Mrs. 1.. W. Hates; treasurer, Tdlss
11. A. Dumas; trustees. Dr. F. T. Hrlggs,
I. W. Hates, O. II. Wing, auditor. Ii. .1.
("laik; Sunday school superintendent, 1".
Hon. W. A. Lawrence stalled Mon
da for Azm-a. Cnl.. where h. will
spen 1 the balance of the winter. Mr.
and Mrs. A. W. Stevens and daugh
ter, (Vrnolla, of Cornwall, were Sun
day guests of Mr. and .Mrs. II. I,. Sh,.r
wln. Mrs. II. A. Ilasseltlne ot I'ltts
ford Is visiting Mr. and .Mrs. W. A.
Harlow ami other relatives. i:. n.
J'atterson has gone to California for
the remainder of tlm winter.
Mrs. .1. H. Abernethy and daughter are
at home from a visit of several weeks
In Dc Kalb, III. -J. J. Khortdes, quarter
master of W. C. Dunton Host, G. A. It.,
lias iccelved from the secietary or the
treasury JIT.". In confederate money, which
lias been framed and hung In the post
room. Miss Anna Wrlirlu was on ..v..,..!
Sundny visitor In Hurllugton, C, W.
Tiudo has gone to Huston. Mr. Holland
Is In Hutland. n-s. Martha Itandall was
In Hurllngton Tuesday. Mi. and Mrs.
John Keese have gone to I'lntts
burgh. -Mrs. M.nnle Hldley and Miss
Minerva Morse were Huiilngton vlBltors
Moiida). Mr. and Mrs. (. D. Draper of
Lincoln were over-Sunday gue.sts of Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur Smalley, Letters un
claimed In the postufllee, Jnnuary a), were
for Mrs. 11. C. Farr, Miss Marie Johnson.
Mr. nnd Mrs. 1). H. Hosworth are at
home from Randolph, Yl,-. and Mrs. N.
I). Hlssouette, who have been guests of
Mr. nnd Mrs. C M, Hanks, have returned
The president of the Stato Bthlo society
conducted the services nt the Methodist
Church morning and evening Sunday,
Mrs. Km ma Palmer has gone to Shelbiirno
for a two weeks' visit with her daughter,
Mrs. Henry How ley. Mr. and Mrs. I-'rau!;
I'almer hns returned to Hurllngton, after
visiting her sister, Mrs. Homer Chase.
I. ayton KUIot hns recently built a cold
storago building for Henry Dean. Levi
Heach has returned 0 Hurllugton after
visiting in town. Mrs. Alice Martin and
son, Coburn, havu sold their farm to
Daniel Kimball. Mrs. William Palmer Is
confined to her homo by Illness.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thomas, who have
both been 111 with the grip, i.nvo re
covered. Mr. and Mrs. Ven Otis mo th;
parents of a sun, born Jan. 13. Tho fam
ily of Samuel Jewett has hnd nn attack
of Kilp, but Is now Improving. XnwH has
been received of the birth In Pa-wlet of
a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. William It.
Foote. Miss Maud P.irklll Is able to ride
out. Mrs. Henry Footo Is slowly gain
ing nt a hospital In Huiilngton. (lusta
Muller, who Is III, Is In a critical condi
tion. Tho annual meeting ot the Cornwall
Telephone and Telegraph company was
held ul the residence of A, W. Footo
In Cornwall Saturday. After hearing re
ports the following officers wern elocted;
President, W. 11. Hlngham; vlcc-piesldent,
II. 11. Saiiford; secretary, F. II. Foote;
tiensurer, A. W, Foote; managers, II. Ii.
Sanford and A. W. Foote. A, 1,. Molt
mid M. '. Hresu of Hiiblmrdton, with
the ubon ofllecrH, were elected directors.
Tills (oiupany npcintes four ImeH III Corn
wall. lilting, Sudbury, llubburdtun und
Mrs. Kathleen Taylor left Monday for
Glens Falls, Nt V., where she will rv
main for tin liulellnlte period with her
sister nnd husband, Dr. and Mrs. M. D.
Smith. .Miss Amelia Norton, who bus
been a guest of her sister, Mrs. W. 11.
Cuitls, for several weeks, has gone to
I'leasantville, N. V., for a week's visit
at her brother's. Guy Norton, after
which shn will teturh to her home In
'.Ulchlgnn.-Tho Maty linker Allen Chap,
ter, 1). A. H., met Friday nt the home of
Mrs. II. K. S.inford, Lunch was served,
followed by a business meeting, at which
representatives to the continental con
gress to be held In Washington were elect-t-il,
An Interesting program, consisting
of music, mid papers on Mnrtha Custls
Washington and Catherine Schuyler weie
read. I'tesentatlon was made of n l.irge
mid bnndsome Hag, the gift of a non
resident member, Mrs. S, 11, Lane, of
Mr and Mrs. George Fiecliette aie the
parents of a daughter, born January n;.
Hands Cove Chapter, D. A. H., to the
number of 2n. were entertained on the ir.th
l.v the Hhodn Farrow Chapter of Addl-son.-
The fnmiiy of T. G. Haston Is re
covering from the measles, as Is the fain
My of W. K. Farnhani. Miss Kate Hald
wln hns returned from Hi Idpoi t. -Mrs. A.
oiiingiium is passing the week
Huiilngton with her sister, .Mrs s
Jlcnr.v.-The Hev. George W. French
"est Hartrord has accepted Hie call
become pastor of this church and will
Km wiii-k in ! ehruary.- Mrs. J. p.
nas returned from MiimifiMm.
and Mrs. It. 11. Hieble have returned from
the iiortlKi-n part of the eoimly.-Hherry
Mead has assumed his duties ns post
master In pine- of Hliiicr Harniuu, resign
ed. -Shel Cook has gone to Cnloiado for
Miss IMIth Wing has letuined fioui
Weyhrld -e. The silver w.-dlng of Mr.
and Mrs, G. H. Walker was observed
January IT.-.Mrs. D. i:. It,e hns retuin
ed from Shoreham. - Miss Med.i Itussell
uas reiurneil rrom Urattleboro.
Archie Smith is slowly Impiovlng
School in district No. J, taught by Miss
Adah Campbell, closed Saturday. Miss
Campbell and her pupil., are picparlng to
give mi exhibition at tin- town hall In the
near future, the proceeds to be used to
buy a slate blackboard for the school. A
son was born to Mr. and Mis. D-iniel
Dragon Januarv "0.
The Industria will meet Thii'-silny with
Mrs. 11. o. Urooks. Mr.-. M. II. tir.idley
is again serionsh 111. -The home of into
Hntteiilelil ii under iiurirantlne for the
measles. -A board of health luspetlnn or
schools is being made. pam Maiter I..
lVJackman installed the otlieers of Hrls
toi Grange Thursday evening. Mr. Hnr
n.ua of Waltslleld Is !tlng Ids uinle,
C. I". Min r.iv.-William Sargent was a
visitor In Mlddlebtirv this wee;. Mis. W.
F. Kennedy Is in Milton Jlr. and .Mrs.
I.ayton Hlllott have returned to their
homo In Ferrlsburg.-.lames Moody Is not
iinprow'il. Nelson Murry has (lulslied
his stock and closed his mill until .-nov
W. W. Norton and Thadeits Sal gent ale
In Hochester on business. Harrison
l-iwie has returned. Mrs. I.ionard Ci.mi
died Friday and was buried Sundny. Site
leaves a hunsband and four children. -Mis.
Colby is very low. Mrs. Moody Is
failing. The body of Mrs. Luther Kent,
a former resident, was brought hte Wed
nesday for burial. Hurt Slples is to take
P.alph Sargent's place in I'.lekmll Pun
Inton's stole as clerk l-higcne Tucker
has taken the Lincoln Lumber company's
tub Job and will commence as soon as
the stock Is tendy.- William Poland has
finished work as night watchman. Will
iam Morgan lias taken his place.
was a large attendance .it
the union sot-vice Sunday evening.
The meeting f l-'lorona Grange will
be held Thursday evenliij,' instead o.'
Fiiday evening mil will be of a lit
oinry nature. The entertainment by
tile male illlirtntte of Mtillllebtir.v Col
lege will be given Friday evening at
M. W. A. hall. -.Mis. I.. II. Mecch, who
has been suffering with neuralgia, is
now Improving. Mrs. Delia Dean and
Mrs. Orlnila Mci:ntee are now nhlu tn
be out after their severe attack of the
grip. The sociable ami dinner Friday
given in- tne i.ailles- Aid was i
cess. Mrs. Jane Smith is In
lienlth. II. I-:. I'.rlstell and sister
i.lllii, wen guests of Mr. and
L. M. Hcgor S.iturdii.
L. II. Hodge, a former nroiiiiiietit r,.l.
dent of this place, dbd Monday night at
six o'clock at the home ot hi- son III
Hutland. He was 71 years of age and' Is
suivlved by tluee sons, Chnrles W. of
Proctor, John H. of West Hutland and
Albert G. Dodge of Hutland, with whom
he lived. Mr. Dodge's death was caused
by a general breakdown after several
months' Illness. His wife died a year and
a halt ago. The funeral was held Wed
nesday morning at nine o'clock at Itut
buyil and the i, mains were taken to
Midillebury, at riving at 11;:!) o'clock.
They were then In ought to this place, and
a short service held at the grave.
The Ilev. K. W. Hallo well has resigned
as pastor of the Methodist Church and
left town, Mrs. Hnllowell went to Phila
delphia, her former home, two weeks ago
Miss Florence Sampson has gone to
New Haven to spend several weeks with
her niece, Mrs. Hoy Pottcr.-Professor
Cndy of Midillebury College, will supply
the pulpit of the Methodist Church for
the present. ,
Tho annual bank election took plact
Jan. II, when the same directors wero
elected. The Fortnightly dub met
Tuesday ut 2;W P. M. with Mrs. C. I,.
Btay us hontes's. 'i'h usus for 1912
shows, marriages 7, blttbs :!0, deaths :':!.
J. A. Merrill has purchased a farm In
Ferrlsburg, to which he will soon move.
Tho date uf tho annual Foresters ball
has been changed from the 21st to 21th,
Tho officers of St. Paul's Couit for 19:i
wero Installed by George Kidder of Mld-dlehury.-Seeral
tons of uillk are being
shipped to Huston dally. Hands Cove
Chapter D. A. It., held gentlemen's night
In tho town hall Monday.
-Mr. Sponce, who Is now bliiclisinltlilng
here, was ut his home In Hlchmond over
Sunday. -The Hev. 12. 1-2. Phillips of St.
Johnsbury spoku in the H.tptlst Cliuieh
Wednesday evening on the plan
of union between the Uuptlst.s and rivo
Hnptlsts.-The Christian Ciiliure club will
meet with Mrs. farr In Hanson this
afternoon, Tho grange meeting will In.
held Fiiduy night.
The Salisbury Sidewalk society will
havu a iluneu nnd supper at the lowj., frail
Friday evcnlug.joeph Hanoi- and Mis.
Mary Haillett were man led S.ituidio
ultcruuon by the i'etcr Hellci.-At
the annual meeting of the Iike Dunmore
Crcamer' company th'' following direc
tors we're elected: O. Nelson, r. ,t,
Klngsley, A, D. Hcnch, C. A. Hump and
W- I''. Hump. A pretty wedding -was
solemnized at tho home of A. D. Hunch
Wednesday evening, when fitly A, Heneh
mid Miss .Mabel Grace Trendo of Ver
gennes were united In marriage by the
Hev. Peter Mcller. Tile iloral decorations
were green, with a ptofU'lon of roses
nnd carnations. Mr nnd Mrs. Heneh will
he at home In Vcrgenucs nfter Janu
next meeting of Denver Glenn
Grange b0 held Friday evening. Tho
Hev. Stephen Knnwllon, former pnstor ot
this church died yesterday at his home
In West Med way, Mass., aged 82 years.
Mr. Hawkins of South Shaftsbtiry was a
guest of his sister. Mrs. C. S. Hverest,
over Sunday. Miss Ituth Hverest Is 111. -Mrs.
Charles Wright and son me visiting
In I'miton.-The new school building Is
nearly completed and will be ready for
occupancy next wtck. Mrs. Wilder and
daughter. ICdna, have returned from a
visit In Charlotte.
The subject of tin- "crmon Sunday
morning will be "The Faith That Saves;"
evening, the subject of the Illustrated
lecture will be "Children or other
Lands." These lectures with the numer
ous beautiful lantern slides aie Interest
lug and of educational value.
The chlMteii or ll.iriy fjpooncr me III
with the measles.- Gilbert Wllltnarth Is
at Wublo Clark's for a lime. Mrs. C 1 1.
Mnrsl)nll ban tjuii to lirorkton, Mass.,
to visit at her old home. Josephine
Hoilette Is In llrldport visiting her sister,
Mrs. IMward Conrse.v. Albert Smith and
Mrs. Thomas are ill -W. J Wood Is III
with the silp
William. Hie second son of Mr. and Mrs.
Klbeit Stagg, died ;,t the home of Ills
pai cuts Monday punning In the 21st year
or hi age. II,, had been sufleiing for a
lew days with carbuncles on the back
or the neck and Thursdny evening' came
from his work m J. A. Merrill's farm In
Addison complaining of soreness In mi"
lung. p,r. I". A. lingers of Veigenins was
called and pioiiouiic, d it pm uniotiia, but
on a second visit found that blood
poisoning had developed and Immediately
called Dr. McSweeuey of P.urllnglon. who
came Saturday night and opened the
abscesses, lint mcultiglCs developed anil
Mr. Staag dlnl after gnat suffering. He
was a Muing man of good habits, an
amiable disposition, and held in high h'
uanl bv all. Hesldes bis patents be leaves
three brothers, Haloid. Pel ley and Josiiih.
and two slstets. Heusie and Mrs. Henry
! Hi others of 'A llllstnn, and an aged ginliil
, mothei. The ttnirr.il services were held
j eiliiesd.'O at noon nnd were largely nt
I tended, the lte. J. I . Long otllel.'itlng.
I Men- wire many beautiful tlor.il iirfej--Inss.
mining tln-ni a spiny of c.imn liens
from the Ladles' flume I'lrcle. The ir.n lal
was In 1'rnspeei ceim ter at Vergennes.
The hemers were ,' iiiIitk and dalle
Hrydla, who with William v.v:e ushers at
the Snilth-Slnon wi tiding Wednesday
evening of last wiek, and i 'l.ir.'iu-e and
Carl Smith. Those pio-i-nt from away
were Air. and Mi". Henr P.rotheis of
CALEDONIA GOUtI Y
I'll. n . K. Mason. aged 47 yi ars
11 months died e'llday morning of
illlataCoi ol' tin be nt. 1 le is sun Ivcd by
his wife, one sun. Harry Mason, tin oo
daughters, Mrs. c. i'. Dv.lnell, Mrs.
George Sni'th and Miss Klennor Mason;
also ope brother. Duron Mason, and one
sister. Mrs. Lewis It. farr. all of 'this
jlace. lie was a member or I'vergreen
Lodge, New Ihigland nrder of Protection,
.ind of the Lumper and Driller.' union.
The vital statistics for 1912 of the town of
Hardwlck show si births. ,17 mnrilages
and tr, deiths. Of the births t7 were males,
.17 ft male'. At th" special village meeting
Fild.iy evening It was voted by a large
majorit;. not to rescind It vote tn build
a power statioi at Hie Jackson br'dge
and also not to teselnd I's nie to lease Its
puv cr station to the Woodbury Granite
I". L. Dunn went to imioii S.itunla.v
for a short stay. Mis. J. F. Conant visit
ed her mother, Mrs. 1'mmi funic, over
Sunday.- Mls Maiy Pour of U'ob-ott
I.- visiting hi town.- Harr liardwell vis
Itdl Ids family In lldc Park Sundiij.
12. H, Campbell slipped and struck on
the corner of his door step, Injuring him
self severely. N. T. Mlchnud Is ill. -Mrs.
Cm loll Hlms rmb'i'weiit an ipiTntlou
for apiM'tidleltis Mnmlav Karl 'love, who
has been In liethel for .-oiiic time, has re.
turned. Harry I logaboom lias a posi
tion as eleri; in I vrl Sin i ton's gmciry
Mis ll.tiiest l.iiindeii of Gree:i.-.l,oro
spent the week-end with her parents. .Mr.
and Mis. Martin Swell .Miss Ktiiina
Smith is .it liome tor n few weeks. -Mis.
Ksther Weews Is 111.- Maiy Hove.'. Is con
lined to the bo.lse by Illucs.-. Mlldted
Perkins Is with her incr. Mis. Hoyce
Talbert, wlei is 111. -Gertrude ilass e.
petts to go to I'.arrc this week for ,m In
detlnlte stay. -In spite of the L.nl weather
a goodly number attended tin- church din
ner at the CongreKatlonal Chinch I"i-i1h .
Mis. C. s. Montgomery s 111 w,h the
gilp.-Mis s.nah Smith ha, moved from
Mrs. l'lsl.'s tenement to Lyman Allen's.
The fltamplain Trust eonipanv hrld its
annual meeting nf stiM'kliolders Satuiday
In the looms or the bank when the follow
ing directors were elected; P. 12. Me.
Sweeney, Atthur J Desautels, Henry
fonlln, George A. Itumsey and .1. W.
Sheehan. At the directors' meeting which
followed these otlieers were elected: Presi
dent, P. 12. MeSweene . Ice-president,
George A. Itumsey. tieasuier, M. !. Mc
.Mahoit; assistant treasurer, M. F. Mc'let
tllek. The year .Inst closed showed tile
bank to be in a flourishing condition nnd
uiajks the largest gnlu 111 deposits line"
surplus since tho opening of the bank rive
Tho dedication of the new high school
billlillnt; will lie held mi the evening of
Juuiiury 31 when President Guy Potter
Heiitoii of tho Unlveislty of Vermont and
Supetlutenilelit of Kdlieatton Masun S,
Stone will be the principal speakers. There j
lll be a shott program following.
The family of I'luiiles Adams, Jr., was
loinnl severely III In the apartment over
the Nliiiiette millinery 'tore on Main
street Monday mointiig. having had n
n,ii row escape fi urn asphyl'i'1"11- A K"
Jet was ilisioveied In the store below to
be turned on full head ami unlv the fact
that the meter Is of the (pialter kind and
hud run out accounts for the family's
escape. Mr. Adami's father '"'nt his
diiighlcr to the upailiucnt to discover
Hi" rcisou ror his son's n niilval at
v.oik. Mr Adams, his lfe in"' tiM '''II
'Iii.ii nue nil sick and not able to account
for thflr Iltticsji. nr. tllll wrs hurriedly
summoned and Tuesdny they were
tfstlng comfortably. One of the children
is two years of age and tho other, eight
Hi.iiy C. l.inlgne, aged 71 yeam, died
nt the Funny Allen hospltul Friday night
nfter an Illness of about two years. He
Went to the hospital three week ngo
Monday. Mr. Lavlgne was bom In llssex
nnd hnd spent Hie gt enter patt ot Ills
life In this cotintiy. He was n member
of lilhuii Allen Lodge, F, and A. M.,
and of Hethnny Chapter, O, 12. H. Tho
funeral was held Monday at one o'clock
nt the home of Mr. and MrH. Henry Wil
cox with whom he hud llvul for tho past
IS .ears. initial wns In Jericho. Mr.
Lavigno Is survived by. two slaters, Mrs.
A 12. I.otd and Miss Cornelia Iivlgne,
ol Lebanon, N. 11., nnd by one brother,
KmI L.ivlgno, of Cbiremotit, N. It.
Mis. Kllznboth Cunlleld, who spent the
summer with her sister, Mis. C, W. Hid
den, was in.ii i led January lit In Wuboo,
Neb., to Henry Miller Knox of Dallas,
At the it i I miii 1 meeting of the P.aptist
Siiiuluy school Sunday the lollowlng
weic ebeteil: Superintendent,
Crotiln; assistant, Mrs. C. W.
.ueretary nnd treimurer, Miss
Gllbeil; assistant, Miss Gladys
organist. Carlotta Slater, nssls-
Chi ton A.
Huth I'letebcr; chorister.
I'.ooth; nsslstuiit, Curtis
untnlinnus rising Vote of
given tin- retiring officcis.
Amos N. Warner, aged 72 years last
Ma'-cli, died at bis home on Glove strut
Thursday afternoon at 4:IS. Ho became 111
with pneumonia foui weeks ago to
moriow. but was getting over that when
kldiieV tioubl,. dewoped. Mr. Warner
was bom In Michigan' and came to Ver
mont when about six years old, living In
I2ssex and later In Johnson and .leilcho.
I'or 2,"i yeats he was a traveling sales
mnn through the West. He came lute
bine ears ago to iisldi with his sister,
lie Is survived bv two sisters, Mrs. Ann
i 'oli-man. with whom he lived, and Mis.
Aithur Muse or Jetlcbo, and by one
brolaer, Frank, of Urattleboro. The lu
mrul was held Sunday, with burlnl In
Mis. J. W. Davidion died Thm.iday
about s;:i o'clock aftei an Illness of a
weik with ptu-uiiionln. She was In her
mth year. Hesldes her husband she is
sun hid by a daughter, Mrs. A. D. Htow
nell, a on, W. It. II. Davidson of this
Hinge; and tine, grandchildren. The Hi-n-i
il wns held Sundny. with Initial In
the village ceiuetf ry.
The niitiu.il nn etings nf the i-engiegu-tlonal
fliuicli and society wete held In
the church vestr WediRsdny. .Ian. I.i.
Ati I'biborati stijip.-r w'as served at ii;:','i,
over t'i being in est nt. Id pints wvr, lead
by the linkers of the church nnd the
riitteri : t siaietiis. showing all in a tloui-
isnuig inianeii' roniittinn with but one
i i i tit Inn. The adders', by the pastor,
Hie l!. i'. f. Adam-. In which the pat
un- iivbwidand the ue d., nt th" present
year prese-it. d. was listened tn with In
Krest. uiri-ei.- ,,f the chunh w.ii elect
ed ai' tollo-.v-; rii-ik, r. f. Adams: tnns
lirer. S. A. iiiowt.eil; cxcetltH eommlt
t'c, H. ,. Parker. A. 1 1. Douglass, .Dr.
.loliii litintir; il::con for two years,'' II.
G. Piatsun; deuiunessis. Mis'. Ilrlle Par-.-un-,
Mis. f. M. IViiIn, Mis. f. M.
Hooih, .Mrs. Charles w. Hmne; mission
ary conn, utter-, S. A. P.rov.-nell, Wllli.ini
Whitney. Mrs. M. W. Chapman. Follow
ing this the annual naetlng ot' the so
il' 1 wt.s held nt which reports were
lead and officers fleeted as follows: Mod
erator. Dr. David Marvin: eletl:. S. A.
itro-.wi, 11: prudential nmittee, llemati
lib". Sara Johnson. Dr. .Maiviir auditor.
Geoi-re Allen. The building committee of
tiir.'o , ars ago was rccommisloned and
oi deled to report on its findings by
At the nnniinl meeting of tin P.apttst
cht.reh Wodnesdnv. Jan. t."i, the Collov.ing
uer, elected foi the ensuing year: clerk,
Mr.-, f. W. Hlddfti: tteanirer, Clavton A.
lio. tn: nuclltor, Hurtle Hlldreth; collector
anil soil. Iter, Fred A. VIele: assistant
coll", toi and solli Itnr, I2'mr A. West:
trustees, Fred A. VIele. Frank W. liooth,
Klmer A. W,st; pulpit committee, i;d-
waul ftooln, Mrs. Snrn
I! itli Fief her; horisier.
P.. S. Sberman Pet, c
H. f.. In-tailed otlieers
II. Slater. M.
. A. !!., and W
iiooc. lornur Department fomniande:
I'linrlis 12. Heach of llmlmgtie.i was in
stnllin ". of:i . i for the G. A. II. The
ofriicrs a., as lollows; f oinmaiidef. W.
II. iliin.piito-; senior bo. president. N.
N. I.rov.nell. j imoi lce-Pi sld.-nt. fl.irl:
laU.-: sotHtion. Dr. f. M
I'errin: oiiati -
mi,'. It. I iloillji.-oir oftlcer of the da...
Giirge McHiiib; officer or the gunnl
Lewis t.iiui; adjutant. Martin N. Dodge,
iliiaricrmast, i. William Whittle , S(I.
Scant m.ijor, J. I.. Pahait: ipiart, rm.xstet
s.igMint, John Sh.inle-. Tile oftiocrs or
tb-'W. It. i'. were installed by Mi,
f. !2. Ib-ach, as follows: Ptes,eut, Mr,.
Hmnvi MeHllde. Mce-J.jesl,!,.,,,.
l.oui.-i ft-o.vn; Junior vice-pt esidetit
Mis. Ad 11 Dodge: secietaiy and treus
uier. .Mis. fh,,., sntith, eotiduclnr. Mrs.
Ab. ie Wli.eler. uatil, Mis. Al)B,, smith;
olo.- bea.ers. mis. Victotene Hjssett
Mis. Julia IMMh, Mrs. Kva Hoblnsoti.
Mi-. I'Tances Longn; delegate, Mrs
AiiBh Smith; alt.tnate. .Mrs. Vlctorcuc
Iiassttt; eh.udalii, Mrs. Julia Hooth
Sevcial ft,,,,, Hurl'ngton were present
..i me exercise.- and refreshments
sencu i.y Hie ladles ,,f th
W. !!. f
I tn- lllagi linpiovcmeiit
ii ijiince nnd . aid
putty at tlic as-
-II...I.V nan or th, .school building
un Alondav evening, January .'7. Tho
liroeLeds will l,v ,Ht.,i for ,,, ll0((l
grounds. Lessoi's urchestia b;i i.e.,.,
diainpialii cteamcrj' paid $1,114 ior
.-u1111j.ini nun; rot- n,
month of Dei-cm.
The oltlccrs of Champlaln Couit. f. O.
were hislalled Tuesday evening bv
neptiiy High fhlef Hanger T. A. Delate.
ihe officers are; f,lef runger. W. H.
anilow vlce-chlef ,-aiwer. the Hev. J. H.
loullot; iccording secietaiy, 0, L. Pat-ii'-aiidc;
iliianeial secietnry, G. S Paro-
"'" r- ""! I'ratt; ttustees
aij on, u. 1;, pare, Joseph
nucofM. jienry Laflash
l'lo, iMimm while at work In the woods
r, y ,eu -a, feet, b, caking his leg In
tttu Places. He Is getting along as well
as cm, be exiiecteil.- Mr, and .Mrs. Hniet
011 Hinsdale f ninesburg viHted at the
home of 1,1s brother. Frank Hinsdale,
fuuday.Mit,.helI lllnlaie of Hurllugton
passed Saturday and Sunday at the home
r M. W. Hinsdale. Miss M.ldred White
M ul ho for .1 week.
h"'(' f hculth has ordered
schools In town to be closed owing to
a case of smallpox which has develop
ed In the family f j.',ed s;,..,.!., Tlmro
wore 110 services In the churches Sun
day. Mrs. N. c. Cushlng has been III
the pa.it week. Guy Toby Is 111 with
pneumonia. V trained. ,. Ih ln ut.
The iciiilar meeting of Hope Circle
ot the King's Daughters will be postponed
until further notlco. Tho condition of
Guy Tobey, who Is seriously III with
pneumonia. Is thought to bo slightly Im
proved. 15. li. rtenil went to Hartford,
Conn., Monday to uttend a. convention of
Mrs. Maria Kngllsh hns recoviied from
a serious lllnep.i with tho grlp.-Geoig
Carpenter of Northfleld spent Thursdnv
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. O.
Cnrpc-nlrr. Friendship Ielge, Ni, 21, F.
A A. M visited Hurllugton Lodge, W
1M. In a body Thursday nlght.-Hdwnr I
McGowan will move to Ferrlslitirg this
week, where he will carry on tlm Crunk's
Mrp. II. Guild; has r turtle,! from visit
ing her daughter, .Mrs. Thomas Adams,
at I'lttsford.-Mlss Lthcl Hylngton has
gone to New York city to visit. T. C. Hill
Is 111. Some of the young people will
give u dance al lllirury hull Friday even
Hoy Kimball and daughter, Irene, weie
In Hurllugton Saturday, where h- Is being
treated for nn Injured knee. Mis. Georg :
Dnllmeter nnd daughter, Mrs. Iloyt, who
have been visiting nt Mr. and Mrs. George
W. JVister's, have returned to South
Hero. Mrs. Minnie Iliisklns hns return-
rd from an extended stay In liortoii.
Thomas Knot nnd Mrs. Dora Lombard
were married at St Thomas's church
January II.-C. It. Vincent went Friday
to Grand Ile to take charge of the
Pearl Cooperative crenmtry. His f.itnllv
expects to follow him soon. .Mis. Sarah
Packard Is visiting her son, A. II. Pack
ard. Mls Lillian Cleveland who bus b-en
visiting her eou-lii. Miss Sadie Foster,
hns gone to f.iinbrldge to spend some
time with her sister. Mrs. Kalph Dyer.
.Mis. W. H. Macomber died nt her home
Friday morning at ,S:i at the age of .:i
years. She is survived by four children:
Dr. Dunne Hurlbut of Switzerland,
llmry C Iliiiiburt of this place, Mrs.
Florence Wentwot th of New Jersey and
Mrs. Allen Graham of New Hampshire.
The funeral was held Monday, privately
at the house. Miss Sarah Saffnrd Is 111.
'Mrs. Frank 1-2. Howib-n and daughter,
Miss r.lisMbeth Peri, -alio have been
visiting Mis. Sarah M irtlu for a few
weeks, have returned to Swainpseott,
Mass. Mr", George Griffin, who has been
at Mr. and Mis. George W. Foster's, has
returned to her home In Dickinson Cen
ter. N. V., accompanied bv Mrs. Harriet
del eland nnd son, Orlo. who will spend
a short time there.
The ladles of the Cnngi eg.iiinnal and
Methodist soi letb-s will have an old maids'
auction at the Hrlek church patlors Fri
day evening. 'loward Itlng. who has
been sellollSly III Willi the measles s
j better.-A. D. Grltlln :n in aterbili
I Tuesday attending Hie funeral of Mrs.
A. D. Griffin. Mr. and Mr-. Hert Patt
son of f'aranne, N. Y.. aie
town.- Albert J. Scblllliainmer
Is 111. Hi
cause of the v ry si-rio'i e
Mrs. p. W. Prior. Mis J. "
unable to tea ii. Mrs. p
O. 1. F. and lb k.h lodges had
Installation of offlcr Fiiday
evening at their lodge rooms. Mrs. Lucia
Hunt, who is In failing health, is with
her sister, Mrs. Patterson. Miss I2lleti
,Melcndy has resigned as teacher In the
fit.st and second trades of the graded
school und has gone to White P.lver
Junction wiure -lv has a position. Miss
Gladys Phelps has taken her portion In
the graded school and Jennie L.tmau has
taken Miss Phelps , a, hool ln district No. 1.
-Lawrence .Martin and Miss Mildred Gil
bert of Kssex Junction spent Sunday at
I:. I). Martin's. Mis. K.11I Phelps, who
Is 111 with pneumonia Is impro ing. Miss
Hertha Hewcv is confined to the house
with an attack or the grip. Mrs. o. Ci.
Phelps has been ill with tonsllltis.
Cbarles Turner has had a shock ol" pat
ulyils and Is :n a serious condition. O.
I. Hewcy has gone on a southern trip.
Mr. mid Mrs. f. 1. Skeels m this week
to Atlanta, Gn.. to visit their son, Illrnm
I at "Th" Piedmont." The annu il parish
! si. piper will be held nt the Congrcgation
1 al 1 hurch Thursday evening. Mr. A. V.
1 Hammond Is confimd to the house with
an attack of iheumuilsiii.
Monday morning a pretty v.idd-.ng wi?
I .solemnized at St Ann's lector'-, when
I Miss Mabel Ann. daughter of Mr. and
I .Mis. James Melaven, was united In niar
I riage to P.ollin Aaioc Irish, son of Mr.
i and .2rs. Philu Irish of West ford, by the
He-.. I. H. Paiitttt. The bride was
'gowned in a bine velvet trawling suit,
j with hat to match, and carried a white
1 brayi , dooi:. .mns Mary Ncvlps, couMi,
ot tie1 urine, acted as ;nlde:,m.iid and .
J. Melaven was groomsman. A luncheon
was served at the bride'.- Jiome immedi
ately after the ceremony. The young
couple left for a short trip to Hoston. The
biide was the ,-eclpbnt of many beauti
ful presents. Mr. ami Mrr. Joan Towne
are liirents of a daughter, born S-.uula-.
- f italics Turner, who was crippled bv a
initial shock, is someivh.it better. Mrs.
Karl Pliep.s is attended by a trained
tuir.-e, 1 ul Is not repoited as dangerous
ly ill. -Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Skeels
stalled Wednesday for a long trip to At
lanta, Gn., where they will visit their son,
Hiram, w ho Is clerk in . latgo hotel
there. Miss Glady Phelps succeeds Miss
MehMidy In the primary department of
the graded school. "red Ploof has re.
(overed fiitlkiently to resume work at the
mill.-The selectmen say that If the dp.
llnnuent tmes are payed now they would
not have to borrow nnv money for the
town's expenses. Commissioner Hobln
son Is putting In new planks for the vil
lage bridge. Finest Gabreo of Maple
wood n venue, who has been an employe
of the pulp mill for over a year, has em
ployment In the automobile works In
Hartfotd, Conn.-Mrs. Joseph Murray is
Mis. Deinatis Kenyon died suddenly of
hea.t failure Monday morning about ti:i)
o'clock, agi il 7s years. She was
III but a tow hours. She is sur
vived by four daughters and two sons:
Mis. Marclo Green and Miss Hertha Ken
yon ot Hlchmond, Mrs. Ada Illee of Col-
Chester, Mrs, Cynthia Coimnt of Hurling
ton, Tied Kepyon and Asa Kenyon of
this jiace. She Is also survived by four
grandchildren. A sl-tei. Mrs. Susan
Thompson, tesldes in Kundolph and
a half-sister. Mrs. Martha Hates, lives
at Wllllston. The funeral was held at
the house at two o'clock Wednesday
afternoon. Verne Green of Hurilngton
was the guest of his mother over Sunday.
- W. C. Conant of Athol, Mass., was the
guest of his brother. L. C. Coimnt, over
Sunday. Charles Goodrich died Surda.v
morning c pneumonia. The funeral wns
held fiom his late homo Tuesday after
noon at otic o'clock.-Mr. and Mis 12.
Douglass weie the guests ot her father
In HiitiliiRton over Sunday.
The funeral of tho late Charles GoodHch
was hcld'at his home Tuesday afternoon
nt one o'clock, the Hev. C. L. Paddock
oftlclfttlng. llurlal was In Hlverslde ceme
tery The deceased leaves a wife, one
son and four daughters. The funeral
of Mrs, Deniarls Kenyon was held from
the house Wednesday afternoon, attend
ed by a large number Tho Hev. C L.
Paddock officiated Tho beam vvoro
V ,m fltlrl ff... . a.
Samuel conant, nephi w.i or tin
nunni was in the rmnlii ( ,1 111 I
cemetery. Mr. und Jlrs A 1 Hi
reiurneil irom iienows Mil w 1,
ttpn t,,,ealu if I1.nl-, ,t,
naniey. They also visited In
Mnss. Mrs. Ada Hat her 1 th
oi Jiej OilllHIIier, .HIS, A l( uiai
P. O'Hyrne Is seiioiiFh ill will, th
Tho condition of Mrs HruMnt
who was taken III a week nun I
what Improved. - l'2ugenr Hrndfoi
with the measles. Tho wiling son
nnd Mrs. 11. W. Whitney Is III -
Gove came home from the Mar 1
hospital .Inn. II. but retu ned
.,.-., ,. 1 iitnn 1 o'i'ij 101 1 tic ''u
ment. 11. O. Vnn ib t has Just eo
11. gar.ige ut his home in- l-.ai.t C
Vlllago for Ihe sale nnd oierl iii
automobiles and farm nigines i'h.
Illg Is Well erpilpped ami flrcpIO'
"'i in, -1. ei. in,, i'i.i
Wediiesday ufterms-in Tin Ladb
society of the Hnptl,-t Church will
lug. F. SI. George h.i ret irped
llit'e Weeks' visit will, ill. In itl
Massachusetts and his MsPr 11
'11-11. -.-.ir, nnil .Mrs .Moses Tei vc
a p-iiiy Saturday alternoori fio 11
rrntr I,, ..r , .
lersary of their daughter, Miss
Aiiout 1., were prisent Games were
and retreshmeiits wen n rved
.Mrs. 1 in rold Harton of South Oh
with their infant I- u h iv
, lulll,,,. .....t . X. ...
I'. W. Kockwood win I
for tt laiiiient, is Ii.ipi ,
.Miss i;va fadv of Jcrl-ho
Suiidii to assist in t.ie ,
fongngatlon.il (hurrh ,M
i,!ensot, hns returned to her -work
fir...... fr... ri,.r.,l ... fi u .
ton. -David Gilbi;, Is I -M
Washburn hns, been spending u fev
In town. Mr. and Mis. P 1 1
went satiiulay 10 New Virk wher
will remain for several weri,i -T
mains of llarrv Prior o' t t
brought bete nnd burled Satutil u-
Sturges olfbiated at the grave Th'
G. H. Sturges was in Holion Sat
tn lilt, nit 11, r fiiner.il nf f....,i I 1
The thtee organized classes of tho
'"".'i .-i.nu.i., muim ,'ii ruin
tile lurRfinnnn l eilne-ila , .... n.n
t-l-l. 1 1 ..,..1. ,
I-.arl Hullock is clerking in Hro
Nay's stnrn during the absence of
Hrown. Mrs. ICrncst Galljp of
' 1,1. ,J,.r, .11,11 1 1 1 I,
George Whlttnkei- -Miss Untia
of Montn,-lier wns in tnwi Mnn
G. H. Henedlct went to Hurl ngton
,1?.,. Mu i t.-....i. .. I . .
....... ...-. ,.. . f.,-,,. i iiu-. n-i
from ,i vMt tu her brother Mrs.
H.'LWes and child, w ,,o loiv. liAn
ti ,, ,, i, ,,e in . , n i iu
Mrs. tinnier liockwood r t irnd
has returned to Ma.s.v h setts.
Tho funeral of P 1 1 Fitzgerald
largely aiienu-u ;lt aI. , nomas s I
Saturday morning. The ordi s of
A. and C O. F.. of whk'i tne dec
was a mombei. attended ,n a jody.
,,. i ..tu... .
iui.iuiic,i j,i iiu .-, ,i ins. s nun
-T t J '
,At...i. .1 ..,n
rot.es nn, Itlleu Irmn ,h l.r.ii.m..
sisters; a spray of carnatlors md
from the teachers and pupils of tho
nnd graded schools, also Mowers
Mi. and .Mrs. II. IS, Howard" Mr.
Mrs. A. f. Huniphre.v, Mr and
I2dwnrd litzslmonds, If T 'hlto
family. .Mr. .md Mrs. F I' T lllson,
and Mrs. J. 12. f ampin II, Mr and
S. It. .SJ-ad. Mrs. Wlbiant Pollard
son. W. T. Mead. Mr Fitzgerald Is
lived by three brothers and slst rs,
of Fletcher. M. J of Jericho, It.
I'ndcrhlll, Mrs. l-'rink Power, of I
The barn nnd lontinis. somi V)
tons of hiy. with faun maebluery,
l.-,..-.!,,.- ,,. t if ni,Sur.ll r Ln,.,.
ioe niouno . ait.. v vnn- uai mui i
'l'l,..e., 1..,ll.ll,.,r- 1,. lr,i'...l Iilu Iim
I lll,, lllll. I 11, IlllIHC .Mi ll 1 .IN ile'
II,,. ..,Y..sl rtt thrv ,,..lr-lil,n.w All- Pi,
carried onlv a .-mill insuran on
building The oriel. i of th, Ii'-- is
known. Mr3. I'rank Fltzsimmond
in n i lt in i nc miei nieoi rive o, ,,irci
..r I. ..1. (......t ...1... nil.
Hlchmond bv the illness and ih imi of
father, Charles Gondii l Mis A
Packard Is vl.-!ting in Oviiir'dge
and Mrs. A. T. Kirby lisited in Hurl
ton ov-"r Sunday. c B Met ,,ir has
his resilience in tins viu,gi to i
church hns sold he- farm to Will
llllK M . inn mui' mi 'e". nn, osiu
ae givi n .viari-ii i. .urs. i, irc uas j
iha-ed of Iloyt Kinney bis house nnc!
at Pilverslde, where .she will make
day night from Springfield, v ier.i
hud been visiting her brut'- r ''2.
l"ynn.-5Ir. ,-nd Mrs. P. 'I Hi wo
v111 V a Mr. .mil Airs, li h. P I , y .'l
which .Mrs. urown vrill visit m w- n
Metcalf. Mrs. O H Metcilf ai d R
Metcalf were In !!' hnion l T iesday
attend the funeral of Charles i.oounc
Champlaln Chapter. No. ', O, E.
celebrated its 10th aiiiilit rsary I
day evening at Mssonl. nail At
oiiet wns served followed hy speech
with Mrs. Mary M Deyrtt, who v
the first matron of the chapter
toastmistrcss. The toasts wore
sponded to ny .mis. i.ina itcan, -vi
I,,,,.. iinisroni. .Mrs. .Marina 1 ati
dard, Mrs. Anna 11. Irish, Mis gnes
If, ington. .Mrs. Man M Divitt, p.
matron, Dr. 1'. H. Stoddar.l Dr
n n Viniiev. trvinir tr Devott. H,
V .Vlliseil. i-ouwiilis ill in" nc i
slot, were furnished by the hupter
fie form of folders eontalnlnir n 1
cnapier was liistuuieu win mei
122. The present member hip Is !!
Ml... ill.... O, ...I.I.. .t ...t, 1 -l-it, ir.l
.illpn .OH'' ri"""i i" i i,....' . ,-,.....,
night from Motitpelier where
da Stoddard. There will he a socl
i.vnlm- tn the niirls.i bouse of Trlnl
Church Thursday evening Light
of tho official board of tho Mcthodl
Church was held Mninln.v ii'trrnoo
ai itiiirn lime an -aim' mi tus we
made for '.lolling a roll call of tl
churih Wednesday, Febliai'i ).
address will be given In tin niornli
by Dr. J. If. Coleman dlstrut sum-
Intendent. Dinner will be served
noon, followed b tho roll tall Tl
following committees wero appolnto.
Keroptlnii connnlttee, H W Trac
Mr and .Mrs. D. c Smith, J H liar
lett. Mrs. S.irnh Maf'ii Mrs Webste
refreshment. Mrs lii-b M, Core
.Mrs C M. Itiissell. Mrs Stiiddnrd pn
ki.iiii tiiiu i-ui i cspuuueiic c. tne Jicv