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TIIE BURLINGTON FREK PRESS A NT TTMER: TH'K8DAY. .LANrAHY 23, 1012
dmnn, It, W Tracy, Leo I.
to meet trains, F. W. Hlsson
I Elinor Kloctim. Music will bo
choir. Mrs. J. Kimball hns ro
I'otvln of Burlington la In town
for her sister, Mrs. J. J. Duliuc,
111 with tho grip The Men's ailull
lass of the Methodist Church will
icir inonthb social mooting In tho
pallors this evening and
lies arc Invited. -Mrs. Frank Pot-
-I..UI.., i M,..,t..n .1 f..f n fntO tlllV'S.
B. C M rselt Is visiting In Tl
)g,t, N Y Tho ladles of St. Cuth
CI ui h wl'l servo an oyster sup
tlmr I in Friday night from G:30
it iicloik Ktlrr supper a few
of whist wll be played.
Ladles' Social Circle will have n
cc snip Frldav afternoon anil
In the town hall. An oyster sup
li I r l n the evening Harry
died t t home of Pearl Hunter
Thn meeting of the Fortnightly
u I " to !)e held Thursday
1,. Phl'i Hall as hostess. Is tiost-
on w m Thi' Ladles' Aid of tin
lliiir.n x 111 meet to-day at
in of Sir.- M II. Loach. Thorp.
fa-ir meeting at tho sanio
1.11. ..t'nttlt.,- Tl.n..e 11mm..
I i li-i re In the town hall
ivnlng Miss Laura Shores has
o t'n M.iry Fletcher hosnltal for a
Jlli V riiJlt died at her lintnn nt
I Bay Tuesday nfteruoon at
two o'clock from tho effects of a
suffered at seven o'clock In the.
1L1 Sillf III 1i.it Clltl, ..,..r Clin
Vive 1 ry " ree sons, Norman and
t, w'.o live 1 with her, and Charles
old Hunt is able to be about after
uu i ( the nit .isles Hugh Hansom
isldcrcd out of dansor und Is able
up About $1.") worth of new lnioks
been reectly added to tho town li-
M h Julia Moran has returned;
. fti r . )i tiding .1 few weeks
rint Mr .mil Mrs. Thomas
li ' 1 vcnlng. .lainniry 15,
,irt v .1 - given Annabello
r, tde 01 eastern being her
l irrj is.it pn Fanny Allen hos-
f r f it. rt -J. tin Syoett of Cam-
Mi s lsiting at Frank Sa
1. i-t-i Savoy Is visiting In Wost
M' Fannli Maeombor, who died
m J.inii.irv 17. r.fter n Innir Illness.
irti 1 ebruir 2, lsil, in Georgia, the
utir of Milton H. and Mary Ann
y In 1S.M she was married to
Iturlburt, who di.d a few months
their marriage In 1."G she was
led to DcWlt llurlbtirt, by whom
mil four children, two sons, Henry
Diiano Iturlburt, and two daughter-.
Ah In Orahiim .ind Mrs. Fred Wont-
.mher Mrs Maeombor lived Pi town
yeans and was always Interested
ibllc works. She was one of the first
hers of the home department of tho
nv school. The funeral was held
ary 20 at her home with her son,
y Iturlburt, and was private. Burial
In the family lot at Center. Tho
ors were J. T Varney, E. 11. Smith,
Blcknell and R. S. Howe. She Is
lved by Henry C. Iturlburt of this
Dr. Duane Hurlburt of Lucerne,
zerland, Mrs. Alvln Graham of
uburh, Mass., and Mrs. Fred Wont
h of ratter.-on. N. J.. 10 grandchll
and live great-grandchildren.
UJVTIJMlxl'UlM UKN TEK.
n. -iiio oiyiiMfr eiiieruwiieu ine
s sui'ioij ai un .vi . v . j. nan v eu-
ay Fred Andrews went to Bnrllng-
Monday. Mrs. Henry Alger came
l 1.1 I'll IUOU Hllll IlilllltUIII IIOIUUIIIOC
Fay Small. There will be a ma.s-
noe uance anil oysier sunner ill me
.dmen's hall Friday evening.
George Dlbel of Kcene valley, N. Y .
visiiiug ui 11. 11. wniion s. 111c mas-
i.ic utmie imoii .in lu in; 110111 r ri-
tvenlni,' is postponed until a later
.Miss Minnie Thompson is 111.
s, jv t' r u. la nut-'iiujiii-; ci en iiu .1
Harry, rcturnwl to their homu In
ISM I illl lll'Ill' WIJIIlI'll JSIH'III nituniHV
Sunday at the home of nor brother,
hor Quinell. The Ushcs Lillian Ueati,
into Shrun ami Tarrle Wells were at
Kind's Daughters met with
ir leader, Mrs. K. K. Sloeum, Wed-
-Alfred Uussell, who was 111 last
W thi i ati'iied with pneumonia, Is
t r Harold, the little son of George
rose, is ill.-L. M. Havlln Is biilldliig
l.... nti lilu Hntif..Tr nnil M ru
AldrKh visited his mother, Mrs Nay-
, In llllston Sunday.
lie box social anil spoiling niaicn, nolo
the Dorset street senool luosilay etn
wns n success socially and flnanelallv.
V Irilihi'u rif llin RiU'nr stri'Ot Mphnnl
lied off thi' honors for tho schools,
lie Miss JSlakrly led In the older class.
lie f neral of Fred Lombard was held
in t 1 haptist Church Saturday ut ono
10 l, llie 11U. 'w It, niuirii uimci.
.. ... . . it a...- e Ttn.i.
ulllclatlns. Tho bearers wero K.
oades. A Lancor, P. Locko and X.
11 Intel ment was In tho local cuin-
i il l'l I ilOl O III alil-IIM lit. Illllvtai m
Iomb.ird - MrH. Murjorle Irish of Now
vi.ii in vlHlllmr hrp liifiihor. Mrs. Fllen
dlli3, n the homo of her uncle, A.
1:1 1-1 . i v 1, lilt." iiiniuii.i litiii ui. ut.tt-tiia fib
KranKO mectliiK Tuos-day evenlnu the
atti nd. 13, Tornlliu-on was called to
rliiiKton Monday to act as Juryman In
special term of county court.
ilrliriM T.i'rlrlv wiih rpVhtpIv Inlurrnl rp-
1 y i helriK caught unler a fallliiK
'isetts aro guests of his mother, Mrs.
Iratt-Mr und Mrs. Albert Pacquott
I in Sunday with their (laughter, Mrs.
II low Thompson of Sholbtirne, Tho
itlook rlub will meet with Mrs, Georgo
v liv .In mm rv .
Miss Florence Colby of Burlington,
ho recently returned from California, Is
siting nt F. II, Chessmore's. Halllo
limnr lu 111 tultlt 11,.. ttto.iult.u U'ollni.
ennedy has returned to his ilutlcH at tho
minii Vermont stanon. r, li. niovenw
as In Hurllngton Tuesday. Mrs. Lnurla
111 remains very low. Mrs, Frank
wno entertained tho Lend-a-IInnd Clr
clo Thursday. Mrs. 0. W Palmer has
teturtied to Castleton.
Mrs, .lulla Kllziboth St. John, wlfo of
W. 11. Lyon, dlcit Sunday nrternoon nt
E:20 o'clock after an illness of 15 weeks
canted by n stroke, of paralysis. She was
horn In West Herkshlr?, in May, lil7. Sep
tember 2, 1ST., sho was matrled to Mr.
Lyon. They had always lived In tho
houso on Urown nvenuo In which sho
(lied. Sho Is survived by her husband
and two (laughters, Miss Anna Lyon of
Hurllngton and Mrs. Margaret llandnll
wlfo of Walter Itundall of Harre, a broth
er, Anthony St. John of West Berkshire,
and two sisters, Mrs. Joseph Fayjof John
son and Mrs. Clemlna Gosselln of this
city. The funeral was held Wednesday nt
St. Mary's Church
Lorcn T. Greene, who rut his throat
with a razor Frldny, January 10. died at
the hospital Saturday morning from tho
wounds. Mr. Greene wius iu years old and
had always resided In this city and work
ed at his trade, that of plumbing. Ho Is
survived by his wife hut no children. Tim
funeral was held at the houo Monday
afternoon at two o'clock, the llev. F. W.
ho adjourned annual meeting of tne
Sunday school board of tliu Methodist
Church was held Friday night and tho
folliiwlnir olllcers were elected: Super
intendent James Chynoweth; assistant
superintendent, W. It. Newton; secretary,
Raymond F.. Palmer; treasurer, F. H.
Sleens; superintendent of cradlo roll,
Mrs. Harvey T. Collins; superintendent of
home department, Mrs. F. J. Marvin;
pianist, Miss Margaret Buckley; chorister,
Mrs. II. n. Scott.
Dining the Ilrst IS days of January,
vihlch Included but twelve working days,
1..M1 parcels passed through the post
olllce In tills city by parcel post. Of this
number !I0 were Incoming parcels.
John Lawton, formerly of this city but
now of oneonta, N. Y., and Miss Julia
Dwycr of Mlnevllle, N. Y., will bo mar
ried nt the home of the bride Wcdnesdny
morning, January 12). In the evening of
that day Mr. and Mrs. John Lawton,
paronts of the groom, will give a reception
at their home on South Main street In
honor of the bride nnd groom, who will
come here directly after the wedding for
a few days' stay.
Tho wedding of Alfred Hussell and Miss
Pearl Itleh took place at the Church or
Our Lady of tho Lake, St. Albans Hay,
Monday morning at live o'clock, the
Itev. I. H. liolvln performing the cere
mony. Miss Mar lCllas was maid of J
lnui r and Theodore Well best man. Mr. 1
and Mrs. Uussell left on tin- C:!J o'clock
train for a wedding trip to Worcester,
The annual meeting of the People's
Tri st company was held Monday when
the following directors woie elected: Mil
ward C. Smith, Cluster W. Witters, John
I'n.nih, Kdward A. Chittenden, W.
Hi 1 1 lu-r Fonda and Charles D. Watson.
At the siibsi'iiueut meeting of the board
the following officers were elected Pres
ident, IMward C. Smith; vice-president.
John r.runch; clerk and secretary, A. W.
Tho man luge of Miss Hilda Glchler,
daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. Max Glchler
uf Holjoko, Mass., and Arthur G.
U'ebloy of this city will take place In St.
Luke's Church Tuesday evening. January
at si veil o'clock.
News has I em received here of the
bi-th of a miii to Mi. and Mrs. lliilph L. I
Llrod of Pan 1'ianclsio. Cal. Mi. Flrod
Is a son of W. p. Flrod and formerly
resided In this elty.
W.iltir K. Hntler, piupiltor of the
Cnsh Creamery company, and Miss Mary
Maitell wen- married at Holy Angels'
( liureh Monday morning at six o'clock,
the lie,-. I.. A. Dosrochers performing tho
cei emony in the presence of a few friends.
Mr. anil Mrs. r.utler, after a short wed
ding trip, will return to this city to le
The following olllcers have been elected
by the Baptist Sunday school: Superin
tendent. O. N. Pease; secretary, Miss
Marion Ballard; assistant secretary, Her
man Greono; treasurer. Miss Florence
Menltt; assistant treasurer, Lelund
Wood; superintendent of primary depart
ment, Mrs. S. N, Frost; organist, Miss
Marlon Curtis; nsslstant organist, Mrs.
O. N. Pease.
The annual convocation of the Royal
Arch Masons of district No. 1 opened
with Champlaln Chapter, No. I, n this
city yesterday afternoon nt three o'clock.
The mark master degree was conferred
by Chnmplaln Chapter, I:, J. St. Clair,
excellent high priest. A review of work
by Grand Lecturer Whitney of Urattle
boro closed the afti-rimon session. At
seven o'clock supper was i-erved at tho
American Bouse. The evening session
was opened at eight o'clock. Following a
reception of grand lodge olllcers the royal
arch degree was conferred by Lafayetto
Chapter, No. I. ICnosburg Falls, F. H.
Brown, excellent high priest. A review
of the work was given by the grand lec
turer. The chapters In district No. 1
are. Champlaln, No. 1, St. Albans; La
fayette, No. 4, L'nosburg Falls; and Hill,
No. H, Alburg. Among the grand lode
members pre.-ent were II. D. Bryant of
Morrlsvlllo, grand high priest; and E. J.
Tyler of Bnosburg Falls, district deputy
grand high priest. About CO were present
Kdward Edmunds of Swanton under
went an operation at the hospital yester
day morning for tho amputation of both
loot. They were frozen a few weeks ago
and slnco that time ho has been at the
hospital undergoing treatment In hopes
that they might be saved. Ills condition
News Is received here of tho death of
Mrs. Susan A. (McCnrroll) George, widow
of Moses T. Georgu, at her home In
Amohhury, Mnss. Mrs. Geoige, who wus
M years old, was born In St. Albans and
lived hero until her marriage no years ago.
A brother, C, H. McC'arroll, now resides
The funeral of Benjamin Androw
Hendrlx, who died of pneumonia Janunry
13, was largely attended in the Methodist
Church Thursday afternoon, tho Itev. D.
G, Guest olllclatlng. Burial wus In Hill
eldo cemetery. Tho bearers wero It. E.
Kennedy, C. H. Austin, J. E. Van
Antwerp, E. C. Thayer, ('. M. Borlght und
IS It. Borlght. A quartette composed of
Mr. und Mrs. F. w. Flint, Miss Mm
Wallace and E. J. Coillss sang, Mr
Hendrlx hud been a member of tho Metho
dist Church for V) yoais. II.. was tho son
of Gideon and Adeline (Barrott) Hendrlx,
and was born In Itlrhford May 9, 1813. Ho
was irturrled to Miss Laura Button of
Swunton, September 15, 1S75. Besldo his
wlfo, Mr. Hendrlx Is survived by six sis
ters, Mrs. Fidelia Wright, Mis. Allen
Ktunhopo unj Mrs. A. W. Curtis of this
town. Mrs. Sophlu Frances Wright of
West Dorby, Mis. Lydla otunhope of tblo
La Motte, and Mrs. Sarah Blckford of
Glen Sutton, Que.-'lho funeral of Mrs.
Belle (Jacobs) Collette, uged U, years,
widow of Ijula Collette, who died of
pneumonia Friday forenoon, was held In
All SalntM" Cathollo Church Sunday after
noon nt threo o'clock and tho burlnl was
In tho cemetery on tho East Uerkshiro
road. Mrs. Collotto Is survived by one
con, William Collette of this place? ono
daughter, Mrs, Alficd Cook of East
IforkBhlre, four brothers, Homer Jacobs
nnd I,eon Jacobs of this town, Alexnnder
Jacobs of Hast Pinnacle, Que., and Arthur
Jacobs of New Haven, Conn., and three
ulsters, Mrs. Peter Lahuo of East Pin
nacle, Mm. Frank Wat nor and Mrs. W.
H. Lovelettc of this vlllage.-O. A. Hagen
was In Frellghsburg, Que,, Frldny to at
tend tho funeral of his cousin, William
Hagen.-Arthur O. Corliss hns sold his
news nnd hook buslnesj to Hoburt M.
ICendnll. Mr. Corliss will remain with
Mr. Kendall for u month or two.- Miss
Grace Burns, wbn .vn ..,.....
i - .v.tmij ijie tiiii'd
upon at the St Albans hospital for up-
iiuiitiii-iiio, mis roiurneu to nor homo hero.
Iter condition Is favorable and sho is
making good recovery. In a close game
of haskctbafl In Bank hall Friday ..veiling,
the Brlgham Academy team were de
feated by the Wchford high school team
by a scorn of ZC to 22.
Tho town auditors will meet In tho
town clerk's office Saturday morning,
February 1 at 10 o'clock, for the purpose
of auditing accounts of the several town
ouicers. l li e .'fith annual meeting of the
shareholders of the Wchford Savings
Bank and Trust Company will be held
In the banking rooms of the company
Friday, February 7 at 10 o'clock In the
foronoon.-Slla F. Wilson expects to go
next month to Macon, Mo., where two
sons reside. Mr. Wilson recently return
ed from a visit to a brother In Connectl-eut.-The
Phylllslan Entertainers will
give tho next entertainment In the lecture
course Thursday evening In Ayer opera
hall.-MIss Mildred Douglass of Barre
visited friends hero last weekMiss
Genevieve Miller, youngest daughter of
Mr. and Mrs, E. E. Miller, Is critically
111 with pIuero-pncumonla.-Tho condition
of the Infant bon of Mr. and Mrs. A.
Leon Esty, who has been dangerously
1H with pneumonia, Is improved. Mr.
Esty. who is a travelling salesman, was
called home by tho illness of his child
The Wchford Dramatic Club has In prep
aration n four-act comedy drama entitl
ed "A Fool of Fortune," which will be
given In Ayer opera hall during the week
preceding Lent A literary social was
held In the p.irlor.s of tho Methodist
Church Wednesday evening at ":::) o'clock
"Woman Kuffiage In Veimont" was
discussed by local speakers, this being
followed by vocal and Instrumental music.
O. A. Jlaqen was called to Fnllghs
burg, Que., Friday to attend the funeral
of his cousin, William Hagen Tho liter
ary department of the Woman's Club
met with Mrs. C. H. Conn Monday even
ing. Mrs. N. F. Hamilton was the load
er. The .migrant cniitln led the Intoicst
lug studios of "South America: the Con
tinent of Opportunity."
The annual village meeting Is warned
to be held In the llie .station Monday
evening, February 3, at 7:30 o'clock. Asldo
from loutlne business, there Is an article
to see If the village will accept the pro-
Islotts amending the charter, as pro
vided In an act of the present Legislature,
to see what action will bo taken relative
lo a cuifew ordinance, and to see If tho
village will vote to pay L. C. Leavens
and II. C. Comings for expenses Incurred
in .". curing the appropriation for the fed
eral building. Thi' Murray block, so-called
on Province street, li being torn down,
in.Tklng the Orst stop toward Improving
an unsightly place. Charles A. Powell
left Monday morning to visit several
weeks In 1ns Angeles, Cal. Ho went via
New York, Washington, New ()t loins
and the "Sunct" route. A son was born
to Mr. ami Mr.". Glenn F. Wilson Sunday
evening. The Itev. F Hornby Loaeh of
Burlington visited Monday In this place,
where ho was formerly rector of St.
Ann's Church The condition of Gene
levo Miller, who Is critically 111 with
pneumonia. Is more favorable.
The Dramatic club has sot Tuesday
evening, January 2. as the date for pre
senting "A Fool of Foitune," In Ayer's
opera hall. The proceeds are to go to tho
civics runu of tho woman's club Mr.
.'.nil Mrs. N. P. Laild and Mrs. May Man
uel left Wednesday morning for Iis
Angeles, Cal., going by the way of Mon
treal and Chicago A progressive dinner
In four courses wn.s enjoyed by more than
a pcore of young people Tuesday even
ing. Those who served the several
courses were Mrs. Max Lauder, Mrs. C.
J. Glanvllle, tho Misses Gertrude and
Glenna Lovelettc .and Miss Bessie Haw-
ley. Five hundred was enjoyed after the
supper I. D. Porter of Washington. D.
C. was In town this week on matters per
taining to revised plans for the federal
building made necessary by reason of
the added appropriation.
Morton II. Powers of Chicago has been
spending a few days with his mutlier,
Mrs. J. S. Alexander Mlas Minnie Wells
of Burlington, who has been visiting her
nunt, Mrs. L. A. Hill, returned Friday
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Whitney of Bakers
Held have been visiting their daughter.
Mrc. C. I,. Towle.-Mrs. Jnckson of Mon
treal has been spending a few days with
her daughter, Mrs. F. A. Gallup A. D.
Ilorskln was iu Montreal Jan. IS
J. W. Tatio's brother, Oliver, of North
Dakota, has been visiting him after an
absence of 31 years Miss Flora Crook Is
spending a few day.s with her aunt In
The Misses Vlnla Gallup and Sadie Otis
ri turned to their schools In Jofforsonville,
Monday night A break of tho engine on
tho St. Johnsbury H Like Champlaln
railroad delayed the trains so that tho
mall did not reach here until 10:40 Mon
day night A daughter waa born to Mr.
and Mrs, Frank Gullup on tho 17th, and
n daughter to Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Souln
on tho 20th.
The Brlgham academy basketball team
went to Wchford Friday, where they were
defeated, tho score being 22 to 1M Mrs.
Frank Gulltnette of Wchford Is visiting
In town Mrs. Jolloy of Berkshire is the
guest of Mr. nnd Mis. C. II, Morrill.
Francis Lapello returned to Boston Sun
day night after spending n week with his
parents George L. Lolselle, district dep
uty of tho order of Foresters, was iu Fait
field Sunday Installing the olllcers of the
Falrlleld court During the past year
thero wero DO marriages, NO births and K
deaths in Swunton Tho recent thaw sent
the Mlsslsquol river up so that the West
Swanton road was Impassable Saturday
night J. II. Kidder, who Is superintend
ing wori; for the Barney Marble company
nt Roxbury, was at homo over Sunday
turned from Cabot.
Tho fourth ot the series of smoko talks
was given by tho Taquahunga club Mon
day evening In Schoff hull. It was an In
teresting and Instructive talk, many from
outside the villago coming In to hear It
The special committee recently appoint
ed by the board of trade to son what
could bo donii ubout working a corn nnd
potnto growing contest with a show next
fall, secured the servl.es of A. C. Hurd
of Windsor, who will sponk at the club
looms Friday evening, Janunty 31. Mr.
Hurd Is county and rural work secretary
of tho Windsor county Y. M. C. A. His
subject will bo "Helping lo Mako Coun
try Life More Satisfying."
At a recent meeting of tho Tnqua
huiiun club tc question of a Fourth
of July celebration to ho held under
tho auspices of tho rlub on tho Frank
lin County Fair Kro,"lllsi 111 Hholdon,
was discussed, A committed was ap
pointed consisting of ' Brown, C.
H. Stllphen, A. H AnJorsott, E, II.
Beebu nnd George llawley, to confer
with tho fnlr ground committee at
Sheldon Tuesday Only ono of tho
directors was present hut a full board
i will meet nt Swanton next Ttlesda,
iwhen It Is expected the matter will
jbo settled. By the partial closing of
I the plant of the Mlsslsquol Marble
I company at I'lilIllpKburg a number of
' mill operative havo returned to
4tontttr.,t Ti.ilntr thn nnst tntittll, u
Is said over 30 hands hnvo been drop
Horatio Jewett has completed work for
E. J. Shnngrnw and John Oriel, Jr., has
taken his place.
Perclvnl Shangraw:, who Is attending
school nt Wchford, spent Saturday and
Sunday at the home of his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. E. J. Rh nigra w Mrs. Charles
Coffron Is ill.
L. I). Hnrt hns sold his Interest In
the Qulncy house to 1,. II. Croft. Pos
session will be given February 1.
Mr. Hart will remain nt the Qulnoy
, for a month lo assist Mr. Croft, but
Intonds to ultimately locate In the
ICoiin.ll.nn northwest, probably nt Vun
I couver. Mr. Croft owns tho form
i near West Enosburg known as the
I Joseph Broe place I. J. Towlu and
V. A. Irish attended the fuiiernl of B.
II. Hen.lrlok In BP hford Thursday.
Mrs. Sarah Cooihl. died .Monday morn
ing after an llin..'-- of nine da, al
though she had bo. ti In poor health for
two years. She wus In her 71th year.
She was the mother of ID children, of
whom seven remain: Mrs. Geoige Erwln,
Mrs. iTiink Gereau, Mis. Peter Bolsseau
' and Jerry Coochle of this village, Mrs.
Eugene Chuntollo of Wlnoo.skl, Mrs. Jos-
eph Hurt of Berkshire and Mrs. John
I O'Connell of Maii. hestor, N. It. The
funeral was held Tueixlay In St. John
the Baptist Church, tho Itev. G. It,
1,'Ecityer oineiatlng.-Mrs. M. L, Benttv
died Sunday morning at 1:30 o'clock, aged
70 years and throe months. She had been
111 for several months with a eomplua
tlon of discuses which affe. ted her speech.
The funeral was held ftom the home
TucMlay at 1:20 o'clock, the He. h. A.
l.egg olllclatlng. The burial was In Mlss
Isquol Valley cemetery In Sheldon beside
her husband. The bearers were her son,
E. E. Beatty of this place, nnd three
nephews of Franklin, II. E. Towle, E.
J. Towlo and C. 11. Ladd. Mis. Heatt.'
Is suivlvod by a brother, E. 11. Towle,
ot riiinklin.-Mrs. Kittle ithouiles, dis
trict deputy president, and Mrs. Floy
Mooney, district deputy grand marshal,
both of St. Albans, were iu town M, in
day and that evening Installed tho fol
lowing olllcers ot Harmony Bebeknh
Lodge, 1. O. O. F. : Noble grand, Miss
I va Shover; vlce-grund,Mrs. Mablo Cald
well; recording secretary, Miss Margaret
Cliafteo. financial sectetary, Mrs. Kath
irltie Mc Foetois, treasurer. Mrs Amelia
Armstrong; warden, Mrs. Ella Gleod;
eotidui lot. Miss Marion Chapman; Miss
Alice Ciisslily tight and Mrs. Edna Sluer
left suppoitir of noble gland, Mrs. Eva
Phelps right and Mis. Nor McFeoters
loft supporter i,f Wee-grand; inside guard
ian, Miss Mildted Croft, outside gu.iru
luu. Mis. Ha Bashaw; ihaplain, Miss
Anna Chaplin. Miss Ada Shepard of
Wchford was a visitor. Refreshments
were served Mi. and Mrs. W. E
Pcrley of Cambridge were iu town Mon
day. Mrs. Perley Is remaining a few
days Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Towle havo
received hopeful news within a few days
of the condition of their Mm. Donald,
i who has been seriously 111 with scarlet
lever In Brattleboro, where ho was lu
school at the Austlne In.-tltule J. O.
Kimball. W. II. Yaw, L. II. Pomoroy and
I. A. Vincent went to West Bcrkshite
I Monday evening, where Messrs, Kimball
I and Yaw acted as Installing olllcers of
the Court of Independent Foresters
Carroll Ciamton left Monday morning
for Detroit, Mich., whore he will enter
tho Lewis School for Stammering The
annual meeting of thi' stockholders of the
Savings Bank and Trust company was
held Monday when the following trustees
wore elected: Hon. Olln Merrill, 11. F.
Brlgham, C. W. Gates, E. M. Brown. C.
T. Hall. F. W. Draper, K. A. Paul, L. L.
Marsh The pet stock and poultry show
opened Tuesday with a line display of
good stock, over 3y0 birds being .shown.
The first show by the Enosburg Falls
Poultry nnd Pot Stock association has
shown a live organization and tho pos
session of stock which In both quantity
nnd qunllty bus been a surprise to visi
tors. There were exhibitors from Swun
ton. Franklin, Ceikshlre. Falrlleld, Wch
ford, Montgomer and St Armand, Que.
Besides the fowls which competed for
prizes there wero displays of cats, cana
ries and doves Among those from out of
town to attend the funeral of Mrs. M.
C. Beatty Tuesday were M' and Mrs.
Mnynard Beatty of StanbiUU-, , Que.,
Mrs. James Stetson and It. D. Stanhope
of Berkshire, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Asel
tlne of Burllng'on, G. M. Pierce. Mrs.
S. S. atson and Mrs. Mary Stanhope
of St. Albans, Mr and Mrs. E. J Towle,
G. E. l-omeroy, Miss Luna Pomoroy, f.
H. Ladd, E. B Towle, Mr. and Mrs
H. E. Towle II. H Towle, and R. M
Towle of Franklin A delegation from
Harmony ltebeknh Lodge, I. O. O. F., of
which she was a member, also attended
In a body Mrs. V. It. Ovltt Is In Bur
lington for a short visit.
Fred Thompson hns moved to tho board
ing house at Sliver Lake and will board
the help there this winter Thomas
Laughllu has been for n few days with
his brother Marcus, at East Georgia
Mrs. II. F. Leach spent Tuesday In St.
A meeting of the Altar society was held
at St. Patrick's Church. Otilcets for the
following year wore elected: President,
Mrs. Katherlne Fltzgeiald; vice-president.
Miss Mnrgaiet Helen McKnany;
tiessuror, the Rev. N. J. 1-aehanco; as
sistant treasurer and secretary, Miss
Katherlno Nuwland -Little Ruth Sy
tnotis fell out of a chair Monday and
broke her left arm between thn elbow
and shoulder Mr and Mrs. Philip Bonat
of Hlghgnto nie In town visiting Mr. and
Mrs. J. Jordnn 'Mrs. H. II. Donno hns
gone to Boston for a short visit James
McGottrlck was taken to the Stnto hos
pital nt Woterbury by Constable J. It.
Fanton Tuesday -Fran., ('miners was
hurt slightly In tho woods recently by a
limb when a tree fell nnd lilt him In the
face. Ho was badly cut While Bradley
Parodee, Jr.. who works for J. II. Fan
ton In tho wheelwright shop, was using
a band saw run by a gasoline engine,
the lingers on his right hand were badly
cut Mr. and Mrs. Moso Ollbert are the
parents 'of a dnughter. born January IS.
There will bo nit oyster supper nt t-.
Methodist Church Friday evening, A
program Is lflnn prepared. All aro cor
dlally nvltod-Mrs, Mnry Collins has re
turned from a H're0 weeks' visit In und
-out St. Albans,- Robert and Theodoro
Bliss, who have been ill, aro Improving
School opened nt tho academy Mondny
morning The. annual oyster supper at
tho Baptist Church will be held Friday
evening, January 31. A committee Is
preparing a progrnm There aro a faw
cases of measles In tho northern section
of the town.
Robert Patkcr wns unnhlo to return to
his school Monday at Enosburg Falls on
account of un attack of the grip. Darius
Domlnln Is still confined to the houso
with blood poisoning In his arm, caused
by a kick from a horse Mrs. G. A.
Emery Is ill Mrs. Ellen Head Is stilt
confined to tho houso with rheumatism.
Mrs. II. L. Maxllcld Is seriously III with
pneumonia Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Tinker
and two children aro 111 with tho measles.
Mr. and Mrs. C. 1). Parsons aro HI Mr.
and Mrs, Westley Tinker were called to
Johnson Thursday to nttend tho funeral
of their grandson. Joseph Gomo of
Cloverdale Is visiting his son, O. It.
The Women's Auxiliary of Calvary
rii,.r.i. tvin .,., u.iiit ira rin.,n vi
icent Thursduy afternoon. Mrs. Kennedy
of Wchford visited her mother, Mrs. M.
1 Grant. Saturday Charles Allen, who has
been ill two months, Is Improving.
Earl Jeiine has been pnsslng a few days
with his sister, Mrs. Ern st Wells, of St.
Albans. Hyland Thompron Is 111 with th0
measles Mrs. S. A. Stiles has been visit
ing at the home of II. L. Chaffee of Wch
ford The condition of Mrs It (! Hicks
i Is not so favorable.
' Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Fobs are visiting
their (laughter, Mrs. Bert Chichester, In
I Plulnvtllc, Conn George Kenlleld of
Enosburg Fulls Is vlsltlnt, h's sister, Miss
Abhlo Kenlleld Ray Bellows Is III with
the grip, rthur Ballard has rented En
gene Hoyden's farm and will t ie pos
session i ebrunry 1 Mr. and Mrs. George
Rooney were In Johnson Saturday and
Sunday. There were 0 present nt the
merchnnts' banquet Thursday evening.
The evening was enjoynbly spent In dnnc
Ing nnd card playing Mr. and Mrs. T.
I.. Marvin were In Georgia Sunday.
Miss Eunice Prior, a teacher In the In
lermodlate grade. Is 111 and school In that
room Is not In session Owing to the high
water the stage was unable to get through
to East Berkshlie Tuesday morning
.Mrs. G. II. Fuller, who has been spending
some time at Bolton Center, Que., has
returnoil. A meeting of the board of civil
authority is called for Tuesday, January
2S, to abate unjust and Illegal taxes H.
E. Domlna of the Donilna Manufacturing
company of Sainsonvllle has bought of
Tnpllii, Rowell, Lang & Webster the
stumpago on about 3,0(0 acres of timber
land located on this side of the mountain
n Westl'eld. It was formerly known as
lie r.I.l.ll land. He expects to cut the
..ml-or In the tough and finish at their
mill at .Sainsonvllle. Fred Now city Is 111.
Mrs. George Mannell of Wchford Is In
town, having closed their house at Wch
ford and taken rooms at G. B. Klelor's,
when- they expect to board this winter.
Mr. and Mrs. Ephralm Holmes are both
III with tho grip.-B. W. Heals Is 111 at the
homo of hU mother, Mrs. Martha Beals,
on the east road - C S. Jennlson return
ed Saturday morning from a short busi
ness trip to New York and started Mon
day night for Chicago and Winnipeg
Mrs. A. P. Royoe, who suffered a severe
attack of heart trouble Friday night nt
.in organ recital in Swanton, was ablo to
return home Sunday. Her condition Is
somewhat Improved. Miss Esther Royce
and Miss Doris Cntlln returned Tuesday
mottling to the Swanton high school,
which opened the winter term In the new
The lnslttllutlon of the tuTlowIng olllcers
of Court West Berkshire, No. 3.7CO, I. O.
F. , was held Monday evening, January
20: Chief ranger, II. R. Hmstead; vice
chief ranger. H. 11. Chaffee; recording
secretary, Mls.s It. Pearl Jolloy; linanclal
secretary, Max W. Jolley; treusurer, A.
M. Jenne, orator, Mi's. A. Jenne; or
ganist, Mrs. Edith Paxtnan; senior wur
don. W. C. Ellswotth; Junior wurden,
lAiron Young; senior beadle, Gord Ham
mond, piiiilor beadle, W. C. Ellsworth;
court physician, Dr. C. V. Johnson; court
deputy, W. H. Towle W. II. Yaw nnd J
O. Kimball of Enosburg Falls Installed
the olllcers. H. V. C. It., George Ander
son of Franklin, S. W. Armstrong of
Wchford, L. 11. Pomoroy and Ira Vincent
of Enosburg Falls were also present. Re-
i frt shmcnts weru served Hunt's orches
tra will glvo a dance In Foresters' hall
Friday evening Mrs. Stewart Iawrence
underwent an opeuitlon at tho Mary
Fletcher hospital at Burlington Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs G D. Hammond and G. C.
Jolley attended the funeral of William
Hagen at Frellghsburg, Que., Friday
.RAND ISLE COUNT.
Mr. and Mrs. William Honslnger have
gono to Brushton, N. Y Herbert Bray
ton Is at homo from a hospital In Bur
lington much Improved, so that ho Is
able to rldo out The schools did not open
last week as expected The young ladles'
and gentlemen's classes met at tho vestry
of the chmch Friday evening for a so
cial time, the young ludles serving lunch.
The annual donation for the Methodist
Episcopal Church will bo held this een
lug In tho vestry of the church Mrs. Tud
hope Is able to ride out after a severo
uttack of tho grip A proposition to unite
somo of the Bchools In tho coat part of
tho town Ib being considered. The pupils
aro to be carried from the Creek and
Greedwood's districts to the Alburg
Springs schoolhouse, whero two teachers
aro to bo employed Instead of one as
heretofore Donna Duba bus been con
fined to the house for soniednys with tho
grip and neuralgia Mrs. 'Unas Lasher
Is 111 with tho grip The young men's
class spent n pleasant evening with Leo
Uisher Jan. 14 Tuesday, January II tho
Alburg Grniigo Installed olllcers. After
tho Installation u supper was served,
An ovster supper for the benefit of tho
pastor, The Rev. S. V. Coolcy, will bo
held In the Methodist Church nt Alburg
Center Thursday evening. January 23. A
cordial Invitation Is extended to nil.
GR ND ISLE,
I'ho Infant son of S llllam Blow dlod
Friday after a brief, but painful Illness.
The funeral wn.s hold Sunday afternoon,
tho Rev. Mr. Allen olllclatlng Thero will
bo no meeting of tho Ladles' Aid society
this week on account of so much sick
ness lu town Willis Mlnckler and fain
lly aro quarantined for scat let fever and
tho district and Kiammur schools aro
both closed two wei.s. Mr. Sabra To
bins, widow of the Inte John Tobias, is
dead after a short Illness. She. wus born
In Grand Isle nnd had lived nearly all
her llfo here, Hho wns u daughter of
Henry Smith and thn Inst remaining
member of a family of .eight children. ,
Sho dlod at tho homo of W. A. Martin,
Mrs. Mnrtln being n niece. Mrs. Tobias
wns nearly 81 years of nge. Her two
nieces from Plattshurgh enme to attend
tho funeralMrs. D. II. Wilcox Is crlt
lenity HI Vernon Wltrox of Worcester,
Mnss., wns rnlted home by the serious
Illness of his mother Mrs. Fanny Anl
rlch Is visiting In Worcester, Mnss.
ISLE LA MOTTE.
! At the annual meeting of tho Unites'
.Aid January 15 Mrs. D. T, Trombly wns
elected president, Mrs. M. S. Thomas was
re-elected secretary and Miss Bertha Os
borne treasurer M. S. Thomas completed
Monday for Cnpt. John Montgomery a
modern house Ilnlshed In brick.
Miss Hazel Xlayo of North Hero, while
skating tho other night, fell down on tho
lco a short dlstancu from her home and
sprained her ankle. It will bo some time
before sho will bo ablo to be out again.
The play, "The Prlvato Secretary," was
given to a crowded house by tho senior
class of Stowe high school Friday even
ing nt the Akeley .NJomorlul building. The
production was In charge of Pi!r.lual R
(I. Reynolds. Those taking part were Roy
Robinson Mark Ploof, .Not man French,
Donald McMnhon, George Hall, Charles
Gale, Leo Sargent, Margaret Harris,
Hernlco Long, Bernlce Town and Mnry
Moody. Specialties between acts were
given by Elton Forbes, Maurice Cleve
land, Cornell Riley, John Itosmer,
Romona Dunbar, Henry Jenney, Lillian
Godfrey, Helen Mongan, . Muriel Pike,
Muriel Plku and Mildred Sleeper, with
Mrs. J. L. Stafford at tho piano. A musical
melodrama, "Just Then tho Hero Caino
Round the Corner," was given by Messrs.
Hale, McMahon and Munn Boardman
with Mrs. Stafford accompanying. At the
closo of tho play tho ladles of tho Stowe
Cemetery association served rcfershments
In the banquet hall, followed by a dance
under tho auspices of the Stowo Military
band Miss Franklo Smith Is still con
lined to her bed ut the homo of her slater,
Mrs. A. L. Gale, after several weoks' ni
nes." Mrs. George Dike has returned
from a visit In Richmond and Bristol.
By the January number of tho Tele
phone Monthly thero are 111 telephones
on the Stowe exchange Charles Davis
ot Stowo Hollow has had his house con
nected by telephone A. H. S'.nyton Is II'.
with a cold and congestion of the lungs
1'. S. Drow has gone on a business trip
to Plymouth, N. H Favorable reports
are received of the condition of Miss
Blanche Bull at tho Mary Fletcher hos
pital In Burlington Miss Jennie Salmon
entertained the young ladles of her Sun
day school class with n chnflng dish sup
per at Mrs. Abble Warren's Saturday
evening At the meeting of Mnnsfleld
Mountain Orange Saturday evening the
lecturer's program will Include a roll call,
"What I Received from tho Grango In
1012," and n discussion, "Resolved, That
Fashion Is tho Greatest Nuisance In the
World." The third and fourth degrees will
be conferred Tho annual meeting of the
Stowo Civic club was held Wednesday
evening with a banquet served at S:)
p. m. After reports for the year and elec
tion of officers Edward F. Pond gavo
a short Informal talk on his travels In
the old world.
While out In the yard at her Viomo
In Stowo Hollow Monday Mrs. Tru
man B. Smith made a mis-step and
fell, breaking her left wrist. Mrs.
Smith ha I not fully recovered tho use
of her right hand after breaking the
right wrist by n fall down a flight of
stairs Inst June. Miss Bessie Adams
has returned from Burlington E. J.
Houston of Cady's Fnlls visited his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. James E. Hous
ton, Mondny. George McAllister of
Hydo Park Is visiting his grandpar
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Georgo S. McAllis
ter. Mrs. P. R. Gale returned Mondiy
from Cady's Falls. The Ladles' AU
of the Unity Church Is preparing to
give the three-act drama, "Rebecca's
Triumph." Maurlco Horner of Stowe
Forks nnd two chliJren aro 111. The
youngest child hns pneumonia. Miss
Tolly Gale Is visiting her sister, Mrs
E. J. Houston, of Cady's Falls. Ros
coo Stowell has finished work for II.
A. Foster nnd Is employed by H. A.
Pnrsons. Miss MarJorie Wntts Is
passing tho week with Mrs. W. J
Ayers In Watcrbttry Center. Mrs.
George A. Sanborn Is 111. A daughtor
was born January 20 to Mr. and Mrs. ,
J. R. Wells. Mrs. Elizabeth Clarkson '
has returned from a visit of several
months In Troy, N. Y. Thirty mem-
bets of Mansfield Mountain Oramre
visited the Waterbury Center Grange
Tuesday when the officers wero In
stalled and dinner was served. Miss
MarJorie Burt is in Burlington. Mrs. t
Maudo Heath was in Burlington Tues- 1
day anJ Wednesday. Ilarloy Stowell
has returned to the homo of his fath
er, Silas Stowell, having completed
three years' service In tho United
States army nt Fort Orlblu, U. I.
Mrs. C. F. Eddy attended tho funeral
of a relntlvo In Richmond Wednesday.
Mrs. Reynolds, who hns passed
somo time with her son. Principal R. ,
G. Roynolds, and Mrs. Roynolds has ,
returned to Cambridge. j
The Rev. 11. II. Howard was called to
Lunenburg Frldny to otllclate at tho fun
eral of 'Deacon Phelps. The second en
tertainment of tho lecture course which
was held Monday evening. "The Phyllis
slan Entertainers," drew a good house
A pleasant meeting of the Crivtcendo club
wns held with Mrs. Allco Howard Frl
dny evening Tho funeral of tho little
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Martin
wns held at the homo Thursday, the Rev
II, E. HHrned olllclatlng. Tho remains
were placed In the vault of tho Jefferson
vlllo cemetery Elmer Patten of the John
son roud Is seriously HI with the meublcs,
11. II. Nyo returned from Massachusetts
Saturday evening. Alfred Iamplough has
gono to Berkshire, whom he hns employ
mentLewis Wood of Unkorstleld speni
several days here Several new members
wero added to Munstield Chapter, O. E.
S Thursday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Adslt of Sidney, Mont.,
aro visiting nt S. C. Whltamore's Georgo
Whlto Is visiting his brother In Hard
wick Mrs. Mnurlce Dnrllng has return
ed to Danville Charles Prior h:us Ilnlsh
ed work for the electric company and
returned to Morrlsvlllo Saturday The
Friday evening prayer mooting will bo
held ut Cloorge McICentle's Miss Hatha
way of Burlington visited her parents
over Hunduy Mr. nnd Mrs. L. C. Udnll
lslted lu Albany Saturday. --Mr. nnd
Mrs. James Belmont attended the fun-
nil ot Mr. Mason In Hardwiclt Sunday.
r It, Morse of Morrlsvlllo visited his
son, Charles, over Sunday. llntiev Camu
f Morn-viii. wsitid ),,. j, ,r. 1 1-, ot
Sunday. -II v oodtn.i nsn ivas r
Mouisvllle Monday.-Dr. A. Cooper ,
IIIiioHburg has urrlvod In town t
moved In the Hcoflold huuso now u
by Horace Woodmunsle.
Mrs. It. 11. Trill and two ililldrei, ,
have boon In Englnnd a few riwi.u,
remind llls place Monday no.rnlng
Tho Itev. Mr. Trill met them at N, k
Wk Tho fourth enteitnlninent i tn..
lecture course, n concert by the Ni
Yotk ladles' trio, wns held H-.tuM i
night Owing to the nbetioe f m, , .
tor, no services were held nt the c,,n r
Rational Church Sundnv Th" p, v
Academy students ore to give Himi e
"A suit In Livery," nt this pim ,. .s t ,
(lay evening Miss Chapln spent S t
at Essex Center.
E. C. Wells Is In lielvldero . ,, , ,
days Luther Thomas of Camm .1
visiting his brothi r, Grant M-- M .
Locke hns leturti'd to St. Alban.- I r
Lyon, truvollng salesman f,,r K n
Brothers, Is spending a feu ! i
home Mr. nnd Mrs. A. 1,. Larawas w
called to St. Albans Mondav i
the funtrnl of Mrs. Larnwny's IhmiIi r
L. T. Green Word has Just
dived at this place of tho dent).
i of Mrs. Helen P. Stnrt, widow .,f .
A. Start, an old resident of Wnti nil
nt hor home In Seattle, Wash, ng. d
yea i s.
Mis. Augusta Spa-ildlng was f.jtil
dead In her bed at four o'clock Saturda
morning following an Illness of a am
Willi a complication of diseases at. I
asthma, ncootnpaniid by n weak I.' a t
Mrs. Sptiuldlng wns first taken 111 a wc.1
"go Thursday night nnd from Friday had
s-onied to bo lmptovlng. Friday nipt
before her death she was more eoinfot
able than she had been except for bon
trouble in breathlrg. It Is thought h.
denth was due to heart failure. Augu- a
M. Hall, n daughter of Truman M or l
Ablgul Matson Hall, was born In Wolcot
July 7. lsjs. She was i,nlted In marring
to Danl, 1 C. Sp.ail.llng July in, ImU. Mr
Spaulding died M ,y y, 10,j. jir,. Spaulrt
Ing Is survived bj n son, Carroll 1
Spauldlng, of Moirlsvllle, whero Mr. on,'
Mrs. Spauldlng passed practically thi
whole of thulr lives. Funernl services we.. .
held at tho home on Summer -tre. t
Tuesday at 2:00 p. m., the Rev . I,
Baker officiating. Interment was in
tho family lot in Riverside cemetery
Miss Idv Byne, who Is attending schocl
nt Hurd wick, came Friday evening t
pass Sunday at her homo hero Mt
Metyl Smalley went to John.-on Frlla
evening to pass Saturday with her sl
tor, Miss Sadie Smalley Mis- II, 1. ,
Daniels went to her homo In Burl ng
ton Friday evening to pass Sund.n wp
her parents Mrs. L. C. Tlllotson pns.cJ
Saturday In Johnson, a guest of Mr tr. 1
Mrs. Ncrman Ober Mrs. II r -wns
a west Saturday of her d...shte
and husband, Mr. and Mr Dm
Sctlbnrr, of Hyde Pari: Willi- T r
was In Johnson Saturday to ati.nl t
funeral of hl3 grendfath. r. Jam . s t
ton. -A daughter was born Safu ! t,
Mr. and .Mrs. Chillies II. Doily. -Mi-L.
K. GcuM visited her wster at.)
band, .Mr. and JK Uton k
H.itdivlck Sntui.l-ij- J.. .i7n , ..
went to Woloott f'nttirdnj to 1 - , .
brother, Byron Kuslc Mis H .
ker o Johnson e ime s,.t..r.l. . i
mail- over Sunday, a visitor ih'mi ,
Mis. Fred Abvr and Mr. and Mi- 1
Tlllotson Carl Bartlett of lte.n,,r.l N
Y., is making an extended st.iv
Mr. and Mrs. Unison McKee
Capt. Frank Kenlleld has b on . ,
e.l b.v Governor Fleti hor one oi ,i
tee of three to have chattfo ot . ,
participation In the celebration
semi-centennial of the battle
burg At a well attended meeting
Choral union the by-laws ol !' -
were adoptid and un executhe , un- .
(ouslstlng of .Mis. C. It. Sln-uin, i- .j
Mould and J. A. Brooks wns ap; .i.
Mivi. Slocum resigned as press s.-or- tar
and Mrs Myra Heath wns eleote I ,n V
place Mrs. J. F. Conant of H.irivii
passed Sundiy here with h. r ui 'tuci
Mrs. R. L. Currier Mrs. Ella Si. low.,
returned Saturday evening from Hnro
wick, whero sho passed n few days with
her brother, W. L. White, who Is ill
Mrs. G. L. Bates and daughters, Maria
and Frances, wont to St. Johnsbury Sat
urday evening for a few days with her
sister, MrH. Fannie Genge Mr nnd Mrs
lton Lamson passed Sunday tn Wolcott
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W B
Lamson Miss Madellno McCuin of Joht
son was a guest over Sunday of Miss
Loeta Hill Robert St. Jock returned Sat
urday evening from Burlington with Mr.
St. Jock, who recently underwent ai
operation ut the hospital The I'nlt
class of the Congregational Church rm '
Monday evening at tho home of Miss
Ruth Parker, nnd wero tnken by lnrg
teams to the farm of C. J. Story, where
they were entertained by Mrs. Clarence
Day nnd Miss Parker Mr nnd Mrs A
Gucrln nnd Mr. and Mrs. D. Glngras of
Fnrnhnm, P Q.. returned homo Mondi'
after visiting Mr and Mrs. Exnie Ft r! n
In Elmore Hoburt Bliss tapped a few
maple trees Saturday and ma
some new sugar Monday Tho Rc
J E. Lary of Beebc. P. Q wt i
speak ot special meetings to boh. id at tin
Advent Christian Church overy eventim
of this week, with the exception "f Sa'
urday W. 1. Paul, who Is In poor h.aith
In falling downstairs at his homo Mor
dny morning was cnught b.v Mrs Pau
whowasunablo to hold him. Both receive 1
n tumble, Mr. Paul wns unhurt, but Mrs
Paul received a bad cut on the side of her
head Miss Myrtle Bedell, who bin bee',
a clerk tn the A. G. Small Combination
storo for nenrly live year, has computet
her engagement there nnd loft M"n.in
for Warren, N II., where she h is a i i
tlon as saleslady In a large depai'in. '
store Orrln N Russell !. contlntd ' ' t
house by Illness, having a severe at t .
of tho grip.
1 .imoill Idgo, N. E. O. P. Instill
tl-o following oMcers Tuesdn t.ft
Waiil.ti. II. L. Delano; vtce-w n, '
A. Spillor, secretary. G. E nutb li.
nnclnl secretary, Nina M. Town.' tic
urer. Belle A. St. Louis; i hnplaln I.
Line, soldi, Winnie Tow no. B' r.
Mlna Battje, tmsteo for three i - '
A. Smith; district deputy grno.l .
H. A. Bartlett "f St John-i p v
the Installing olUcei Mis. K E u
of St. Johnsbun . grand tnist.,
us grand guide, Mr. and Mrs 11
Bat tlelt, Mr. and Mrs E. 1'. S .1
and Mrs. Hurry Brown of St. Jorns
weio gnosis Tuofdnv of Mr aid
M. H. llonrdinan Mrs Huirv Nah ait i
Mrs. Fred Bedell wool Weiln. -.1
West Hamllle for a few days Mi i.
Sllluway went to llardwlck Woltv-itav t
H". lit r brother. W L. White, wi ns
, Mld'tlnti does not Improve Miss Boftha
lleriick went to 'latdwick Wednosda.v tor
n few days with her brcthct and wlf
Mr. and Mis. Guv Hcrrlck, and sister
Miss Mynt lterrli k Georgo P. Drown,
Homer IV'itlej, Professor Dodge of the
Agneulturnl department of Poop ivi
Acadm and young men of his irs
(Cuiillniied mi pngo 12.)