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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS AND TBIES: TIIUKSDAY, irjSBIlU'ATn' 20, T3T9.
Advertising in this column
one cent n word, ench in
sertion. Copy may bo
changed every week. Cash
in advance required. No
advertisement taken which
is less than 12 words, two
lines. Specinl terms to ad
vertisers using from 250 to
1,000 lines within 12 con
.MAX AND WIFE, fnrm hand iiml house
keeper, capable, reliable coupl? wanted
March 1 by tlie year. Statu wages
wanted. Convenient bouse one mile from
village. Arthur M. Vauglian, Randolph,
1'ARM J I ANT.) wanted for season, Rood
wanes to right nam. Write F. ""
rose. Kast Hardwlck. Vt.
VIFTEKN MEN wanted at once, to learn
to repair ind drive automobiles, and pre
pare for acaiieles at $15 to JI0 weekly.
Mmicd ..pportunlty. Wrlto stating age.
The Main" Autu Company, 45G Fore St.,
Portland, Me .12. wit
V)MF OKU wanted to buy the best pay
Ins prist mill in South Royalton, Vt.
For particulars write N. ,T. Potvln.
X ANTKD some one to buy the. creamery
hero In South Royalton, Vt. Wrlto N. J.
.AY rOU SALE. One barn choice liny
on my farm at Westminster Station, Vt.
pply to J. P. Holmes, Westminster,
M , or wmo me nt 77 Uucll St., Burllng
ton, Vt. W. V. Farr 45,Gt;w.lt
VOU SALE AT ONCE-One 65 H. P. Erlo
throttling engine, one Co II. P. locomo
tlvo type boiler, also several wood and
steel I'Ulievs In various sizes, also belt
ing, shafting, hangers, ete., one 10 in.x5
In.xlO In, Duplex steam ilro pump, ono IK
In x2fl In, stack, one 20 In. and one 22 In.
spark arrester, ono 24 In. revolving bed
planer. Standard Handle & Lumber Co.,
Cambridge, Vermont. 41,et.&wlt.v
THE.' PLUMBING AND HEATING
DUf-lness of the late Peter Devcrtux for
bale with stock and tools, or vrl',1 soil
Etock alone. Will be sold regardless of
cost in order to settle the estate. 18
Georga St 2Sl,d&w.tf.
LARGE STOCK FARM for sale. Located
In Champlain Valley. Contains tXV) acres.
Will keep over 104 rows, 3 houses, S
bains, other small buildings all nearly
new. For particulars inquire of Mrs.
S. J. Carpenter, R. D. No. 4, Vcrgcnnes,
IL1.AGE FAHM at Westminster Station,
t, wluic sweet-corn, nniuns or tobac-
i c n 'ii pi educed at a greater piofit
t .it imvwhcic else In the State.
TWO PASTURES III Ves.tm!nsi.r, Vt.
a id mir ill Walpolo, N. II. Jnnulro of
. Fair, Rurllngton, Vt., or J. I
Holmes, Westminster Station, Vt.
FARMS FOR SALE.
FIFTY COW FA KM with abundance
or wood nnd limber. Running water
n house and barns. Can set one thou
uncl buckets if one wishes, to sugar.
Good buildings. Price low. 2 per cent
down ninl bilancc on easy terms ai
5 per cent. 4,,t.t:w.lt
0 TO 25 COW FAHM with good buildings
In good locution, well and running water.
One-thlrd down, balance on easy terms
lit j per cent. W. V. Farr, liurlington,
' t 4r),.it;w.lt
BEND J'OK PRICE LIST of farms, etc.
N. J Potvln, Ileal Estate Dealer. South
Royalton, Vt. M.w.tf.
THE PLAZA CAFE,
NKW nuni.INOTON m.OCK,
J20 SI. Pniil Slrrrt, nnrllntrton Vermont.
STANDARD STEAM LAUNDRY
Office 145 Chorry street. II. W. Bul-
iock, proprlotor. Flno Shirt, Collar and
luff Work. 'Phono 3S-11 or send post,
nl and driver will call.
FRANK S. LANOU & SON,
Practical Plumber nnd Slenin Fitter".
!3 St. Paul Street,
text North llurlliiglon .Saving Bank.
69 Narfh St.
CallN AiiNUpred liny or Night.
24-ni ro farm, 1 m, out, will trado;
E0 aero farm, S m. out, Btock and
oi Is, coiuilr store, $3,000 stock, do
og $12,000, flno city prop, for homo
r Investment ItryiioldN' Itonl Kniiilr,
l!S College SI.
Absolutely Wll limit Pnlli.
The only office In Burlington .vher
ou can get teeth extracted without a
article of ,,aln, without taking gas.
ly method Is used by no thor pnrscn.
n v .in; no uangor; no niter eireets.
mi. i.. i). iia.i:..
Dfflco. .234 Main St., Burlington. Vt
Office Hours. 10 to 3. 7 to 8.
rati: press puna I
Test thi' Want Ad Way '
the finder of your lost article.
HAPPENINGS IN VERMONT
(Contlnned from puce 1.)
havo been satisfactorily adjusted and tho
city water is again being used In tho
boilers at tho school for heating purposes.
In 1911 thcro was n difference of opinion
over tho amount of water used and the
bill presented, I1SS.23, Superintendent
Hnrsa thought was excessive, an opinion
also shared by tho Stnto board of man
agers. Payment was refused. Tlio now
terms nro ft minimum rato of $25 semi
annually and 15 cents per 100 cubic feot
for nil water used over that amount.
The special city meeting Tuesday on
tho amendments of the city charter re
sulted In favor ot tho amendments Vy n,
majority of one vote. Abraham and
Isadoru Cohen went Tuesday to Hut
llngton to attend the marriage of Char
lotto IVarl, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs.
Meyer H. Rosenberg, to Morris Frank
Stogoft at the Mnsonlc Temple. L. M.
Kellogg of Charlotto was In town Tues
day on business. The Rev. S. S. Cobb
has gono to Syracuse, N, Y., to bo
present at a faintly reunion and to cele
brate the Sflth birthday of his mother.
.Miss Marlon Wright, who has been visit
ing Miss Flora Booth, hai returned to
Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. Racon of
Waltham announce the engagement of
tholr dnitghter, Chrlstlno Marlon, to
Robert E. Hrucp ot Randolph. Mr.
ISruro In now In the employ of tho
Kendrick & Dav's Watch Tool and
Electrical Works of Lebanon, N. H.
Miss Lttna J. Sputicer is 111 with tho
grip. Miss Ann Woodbrldgo enter
tained a few of tho young people ot
tho Congregational Church nt the par
sonage Tuesday evening. The lehear
sals for the local minstrel show to bo
given under the auspices of the Cath
olic Order of Foresters are In full
swing. The committee In rharge has
engaged the services of W. E. l.arrow
of Ht. Albans to stngo the production
and to conduct the chorus of over 50
voices. The Social club of Ferrlsbtirg
will meet Thursday evening at tholr
club rooms. Judge F. L. Fish will
speak at a banquet of the Daughters
of Vermont at the Vendome Hotel in
Roston Friday evening and on Satur
day evening at the annual banquet of
the Vermont boys at Yale University.
Miss Ruth Norton, a student at Mld-
oieuury uoucgp, IS at tile home of Her
paronts, Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Norton, 111
Mrs. .1. T. Hill, who has been ill for a
week or more, died Filday night. Tho
funeral was held Mmday at one o'clock
at tho house.
E. L. Grow of New Haven visited at
II. P. Sherwln's Faturday. F. It. Glllett
of Jonesdlle, notice of whose death ap
peared in the Free Press Saturday, was
well known here and had many warm
personal friends in this town. Mrs.
George Glllett Is cailng for her mother,
Mrs, John Uarnard, In Vegennes. The
next entertainment in the high school
course will be given Wednesday evening.
February a,, by llany Dowers lti
Philosophy of Kun." A. W. Stevens of
Cornwall was In town Sunday. Mis.
Stevens and daughter, Cornelia, who havo
been visiting heie, returned with him.
Ralph Deulo, who has been conllued to
his hous-e for several days by a fall ou tho
ice, is able to bo out. Harvey Fair, an
aged and highly respected resident of
Lincoln, died Monday night. He was a
brother of Mrs. E. G. Colby of this town
and Mrs. Julia Ellis of Portland, Ore.,
and the father of G. W. Farr of this town.
Thcro Is also another sister In Colorado.
A meeting of the promoters of the Y. it.
C. A. was held .Monday evening. A con
stitution was adopted and the rates for
membership dues were fixed. The follow
ing ntlieers were elected: President, ii.
W. Estey; vice-president, R. W. Goiton;
Mi-retary, ;. p.. Gulndon, assistant sec
retary. Olin Wing; trea.smrr, Ralph
Deliln The executive committee nnd di
rectors are: G. H. Willey. It. W. Estey,
It. W. Gorton, F. R. Dlckeniuin, W. ('
Illngham, E. It. Gulndon, W. N. Labor,
Olin Wing, Ralph Denlo an.l E. A. Has
soltlne. The Rev. N. C. Parker, who died
in Rutland .Monday, was a foimer resi
dent of this town.
Tho Green .Mountain Whist club will
meet with Mrs. 1 1 c. E. Drlstol 1'ebru
arv :s. Miss Ada Cliffoid, who has
been visiting here ami n liurlington,
has returned to Rutland. A largo au
dience attended the entertainment
given by Alvuli Green in the high
school course Tuesday evening. Hurry
Rowers will appear In tho next one
February 2C Mrs. K. L. Sherwln is ill
with the provalllng distemper. Ther
mometers were Jown to zero and below
Wednesday morning. The Rev. E. M.
Holman will preach at the Friends
Church in South Starkhboro Sunday
morning. Mrs. Sarah Rathbun is at
home from a visit in Monkton, There
will bo a regular meeting of the pru
dential committee at the llaptlst
Chjrch this evening.
The funeral of William J. Andeison .is
hole. Thursday at 2:il p. in. in the church,
the Rev. !. W. French conducting the
service. Rurl.il In Lake View. Mr. An
derson came to this town with Col. Chillies
Hunsdin at the close or the Civil War
and resided here .nce then. A wile, a
daughter, .Mis. Walter Smith of Washing-
ton, i . c, and u son, William J. of iit.
Hermon, Mas-s., survive. Nicolas Dumas
Is scriuuslv ill at the home of his s-on.
John Dumas. .Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wright
nave returned from Medfleld, Mass,
The funeral of ilisa Rebecca Dow was
held at her homo Tuesday, Feb. 11. Dr.
C. N. Curtis of the Methodist Chinch,
otllclated, Wilbur Rail. Carlos Miniln.'
Layton Elliot and Daniel Kimball were
the bearers. Miss Dow camo with her
patents from Vergeiincs In 1S1 nt the
age of IT years, ami had lived In this
town ever hlnco She was i. tailoress by
trade. Miss Dow hail been a member of
the Methodist Church and a regular at
tendant until her health became broken.
Shu had been conlliied almost entirely to
her home for a number of je.us. The
Interment was In tho village cemetery,
In which .'ho and her brother, the late
Henry Dow, wem among tliu llrst t
purchase lots when the ceuieteiy was laid
out in 1S37. Mrs. Lnclnda Allen haa re
turned to Rurllngton, Walter Martin of
j.Mlitdlohury was In town on business
Thursday. May Martin has leturned to
Plttsfiud after visiting her father, S. 1.
Martin. Tho funeral services of tho In
fant son of .Mrs. Geoigii Thorpe were held
at tho homo of her fath r, Cyrus Kings
land, ou Wednesday, Feb. 12. Tho In
tel ment was In the vlliago cemetery.
Tho milk producers ot the Lewis
Creek Cicamery met with tho of
ficers of tho C. lirlgham company nt
Allen hall Wednesday, Feb. 12. Light
refreshments woro eerved by the Ladles'
Aid soelety.-Mrs. Phillip Gilbert of
Keene, N. H Is visiting htr mother.
Mrs. Wiellnda Klngflund The Lidlos"
Aid society met at the homo of Mrs.
Carlos Martin Wednesday, Feb, is nnd
served an oyster (-upper nt six o'clock,
from which the society received $23. The
rntertnlnmeut consisted of music by .Mrs.
Cm Ion Mm tin, Robert and lCugcno Pal
mer, Edward Melby and vocal duels by
the Misses Mnrjorlo Gago and Alva Mun
nettej n original pleco of poetry, con
taining many of Abraham Lincoln's say
ings, by .Mrs. Ellzn Harrington', Mrs,
Herbert Klngslnnd rend an Interesting In
cident on his life", and Dr. Curtis also
rend a selection from the llto ot Abraham
Lincoln. William Mnnnette hns bought
the farm recently owned by Cobuin Mar
tin and will take possession March 1.
Elmer Preston Is recovering from an
attack of the measles. I tin son, Roger,
Is now having tho satno disease.
John R. Dodge, formeily of this town,
nnd for the post 14 yours a resident of
West Rutland, died at his home In that
village Saturdny evening nt 7:.T, after a
week's illness with pneumonia. He hnd
been employed by tho Vermont Marblo
company ns superintendent ot their mills
there during most of his residence In
West Rutland. He was bom In this town
June IS, 1S71, spending most ot his life
here until h0 went to West Rutland, He
Is survived by t wife, foimerly Miss Mnry
Urlttlo of thin town, nnd by two brothers,
Charles W. of Proctor and Albert O. ot
Rutland. Tho funeral was held Monday
afternoon nt three o'clock at his late resi
dence. The body nrrlved In Mlddlebury
ou the train due thcro at 11:25 Tuesday
morning, nnd after a short service In
the Congregational Church at this village,
It was burled In the Tamlly lot In tho
The Rev. G. H. Halle Is critically ill
at the Congregational parsonage. Mrs.
Ualley Is very feeble. Their daughter, Mrs.
Hawks of Conway, .Mass, is with them.
The remains of John R. Dodge, who
died at h's home In West Rutland Satur
day, were brought here Tuesday and the
funeral servlcns were held at the Con
Rregatlonal Church, conducted by the
Rev. Mr. Face of West Rutland. Intei
ment wat in the family lot In Weybildgo
cemetery. The Horn' gifts were many and
beautiful. The social and Improvement
society will have a sociable at the town
hall Tiusday evening, February 15. A
literary and musical piogram will bo
carried out and refreshments set veil. The
Rock Island gllst mill will hereafter bo
run under the management ot the new
ilim Thompson, Shaw & Co. W. 11. Hall,
an expei lenced miller, will attend to the
work. Mrs. Martin Young, who has been
ill tho past week, Is Improving. Gnrlleld
Grant Is moving to his nev home recently
purchnsed In Lincoln.
Daniel Sever of Windsor Is lsiting at
II. R. Perry's. W. W. Jones was In
Itralntii o the llrst ot the week. Tho val
entine ball Friday was well attended,
marly 10 couples being ju esent. The
Woman's Christian Temperance Fnion
will meet Fehrunty '.t! with ilrs. Alice
Leonard. Herbert Iiiton of Illinois i
IMting his cousin, Elliot Eaton. R. D.
f'lallln was In Mlddlebury Monday.
Mrs. L. M. Church spent Snttttday night,
Sunday and ilondav with her patents in
The.funcial of .Mrs. Phoebe Rrltlell of
ilontpeller will be held Thursday at one
o'clock at the home of .Mr. and Mrs.
David Folia nMec. Mr. and ills. George
Tiomblee of Minitpeller are here to at
tend the funeral of their mother, ilrs.
Professor MncFarland of Mlddle
bury College will lecture In the town
hall Friday evening under the auspi
ces of the Grange, on the subject of
"Deep Sea Fishing." There will lie
no charge. A supper will be served
lifter the lecture. ilrs. Henry Jobn-
, drop died Saturday night, after a long
illness. The funeral was hell at the
house ilondav. the Rev. Peter Heller
officiating. Mr. and ilrs. F. J. Sum
ner anil ilr. an.l ills. W. F. Rump sang
several selection1-. Orhi S. Rump re
turned to Mount Hermon school ilon
dav Representative M. A. Thomas,
who was at home over Sund.iv 111 with
a severe i old. will not be able to re
sume Ills labors at ilontpeller for sev
eral days. The Ladles' Aid society
served nil oyster supper at the Meth
odist (""lunch Tuesday eiening.
Theie was a pielty chinch wedding In
the Congregational Chinch Wednesday
IV. I-', when Allen P. Reach of It.iMn
llatbor and Mfcs Hattle Jane, dnugbter
of ilr. and ilrs W. F. lum;i, were united
In marriage by the Rev. Peter Heller.
Prof. 1'eicy Judd of St. Jiuisbury acted
as best man .mil .Miss t'celle Maud
Thomas of illddlebury College, a cousin
of the bride, was the maid of honor. The
ushers were Orlo S. Rump of Mount Her
mon, Dr. Watt nt Vergennes, Howard
Nel.-iin of Salisbury and William K". Mac
ilnrtry of .Mlddlebury College. The
cliiiich was beautifully tilnuued bv the
(!. ami G. club. The bilde received many
beautiful gll's. Among the guest.s ju es
ent wem ili. J. R. Cox of Watervllet.
N. V., Percy Smith ot Elnorn, N. Y.. anil
ill-s Emm. i Hump of RuilliiBton. After
i, ulioit In Id. il tilp the bride and groom
will ii side at "The Lodge," llaln Har
Gavle I'utinan, who had the misfortune
to cut his foot quite badly. Ik gaining as
fast as can be expected. The tl. R. R.
society was pleasantly entertained at the
home of ilr. and ilrs. S. E. Smith on
Wednesday evening. About 31 Were pus
ent. A Washington and Lincoln piogrum
was carried out. The two little daughters
ot ilr, and ilrs. Frank Wood are 111.
Joseph Tatio Is puparlng to move his
family to their new home in Lincoln.
ilr. and .Mis. Atthur Clark have Issued
Invitations to the marriage of their
daughter, Clara, to Henjnmin Drlstol of
Rurllngton on Wednesday, February 2iJ.
John Iloo.skl Is to movo Into Rett
Ciane's house at Addison Corners.
Felix Rodette has moved his shop from
the Rodette farm to the Taylor place that
he iccently purchased. Thonia.s Spraguo
and family have moved to William Wood's
The subject of the prayer meeting this
evening Is the "Pauible of the Prodigal
Son." The subject of tlin sermon Sunday
morning will be "Some Sayings of
Jesus." A lino program Is arranged for
the Endeavor meeting Sunday evening.
"Medical .Mission" will In the subject.
Mr. and ilrs. 11. C. Roseim will leave
to-day for a few months in Florida and
other parts In the South. The funeral of
Mrs. Mary French, who died suddenly
Saturday, was held at her homo Tuesday,
Mrs. Irn Everest and daughter, Mada
line, who have been 111, are convalescent.
Mrs. Amelia Uarnard of Hrlstol is a
guest of ills. G. C. Coutiw .Mrs. Mary
Suction Is the guest of her niece, .Mis
James Wilson, Georgo Peck returned In
his school In Randolph .Monday after
passing a week at home, 111 with a cold.
Scvi'iul from this town went to Mlddle
bury Monday evening to attend the play,
"Freckles ".Mis, Rnwman Crosby van
In Rrandon Filday - Miss Edna Pieroe o;
Enemhui'tf FjIU vuttcl her sister, Mrs
Frecgard, over Sunday.-Mr- Mt
Rranoh passed Tuesday In Rran-
n T..,.1l.. .1. ...,, l. n n Htmilnu'
i. Tim Ladles Aid will gl" 11 nhadow
lable at thei ladles' rooms Friday oven
, February 2i,-Tho King's Daughters
meet with Mrs. Miuzi Thursday,
Pfnl, 'nt......!, , , ... t.-..rl...
- -Jieil IKIS ICIUIIII'II iu A-imin-
burg. Leo Palmer and Anna Hamilton
were united In marriage February 12.
The llttlo son ot Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Smith tieeins more comfortable slnco a
surgical operation. ilrs. J. H. Fletcher
Is nt tho .Mary Fletcher hospital.
Mies Adah Campbell of RIpton Is a
guest of ilrs. Mnrla Smith. .Miss Ruth
Egleston, who teaches on Worcester Hill,
vrnn called to her home in Cornwall Mon
day because of the death of her grand
mother. Miss Emma Jones has returned
from Ruillngton. A cordial Invitation is
given to nil people In town to attend u
tercptlon from one to ten o'clock Thurs
day evening at tho home ot Mr. and Mrs.
H. '.. Walker to meet the new pastor and
his family, the Rev, Gcoige W. French,
.Mrs. John C. iloorso eiitertnlned the
Moravian club Tuesday afternoon
itlss Clara Ferguson Is leeoverlng from
the measles. .Mrs. William Nichols hns
returned front the Fannv Allen hospltnl.
William Nichols Is In town from Starks
horn, The Odd Fellows and Rebekahs of
Drlstol lodge will come to Lincoln for
tho annual visit Thursda . Henry I-'arr,
an old and respected citizen, died Mon
day night at the home of his son, Fiank,
at the age of 5 years. The cause of death
was hardening of the arteries. The fu
neial will ho held at the Raptlst Church
Thursday at two o'clock. Luther Ro&coo
of Weybrldge Is In town hauling logs for
the L. U company Dr. A. J. Cushman
Is III. Mrs. Moody Is falling.
-Mr. and Mis. Glynn Parker of illddlii
tuwn, Conn , arc parents of a daughter.
Lois May, born February 0 The Rev.
ilr. Holman of Rilstol will preach at the
Friends' Church Sunday at eleven o'clock.
He will be entertained at Llndley lllrd
sall's. ilr. and ilrs. Andrew Halloek are
the patents of a daughter, born February
13. Mr. and ilrs. Will Orvls attended tho
funeral of Finnic Glllett In Jonesvlllo
Monday. .Mrs. David Follansbce was call
ed to ilontpeller .Monday by the serious
Illness of her aunt, ilrs. Phebe Rrittell.
Miss Ethel Chapln was a guest Sunday
of Miss Emily Hlrdsall, Chauncey Elliott
Is In falling health. Davld"Tkcss chil
dren ate better.
.lenas Fuller' and Miss Gladys Wcnver
were united In marriage at the Friends'
parsonac-e Saturday evening by the Rev.
C. Newton Franklin. Daniel Meech was
seveiely Injured Filday morning by fall
ing from a load of logs, Inflicting a severe
scalp wound. He was taken to the Mary
Fletcher hospital for treatment, where
an operation was performed. He Is doing
as well as could be expected. Tho Young
People's uxillary club has adjourned
the meeting until Friday evening at the
home of ilr. and Mrs. Lyman Rurlcy.
ilis. Sarah Rnthburn, who has been visit
ing her sister, ilrs. George Day, has re
turned to Bristol.
.Mrs. F. E. Foote Is In Montpeller
earing for her son, Winileld, who Is
ill with the measles. Mrs. Alfred
Payne went to Charlotte Monday to
attend the funeral of her grandfather,
the late George Foote. ilrs. George
Harbor, the oldest resident of town,
nearly M years of age, die! Monday
at her home In West Cornwall of
heart failure following an illness ot
scleral weeks with the grip and pneu
monia. Reside' an agc.l husband, sho
leaves one daughter, Mrs Emma Vail
of We bridge, and two' sons, illlo
Randall of Rridport and Frank nf this
town. The funeral will be held at her
home Thursday at 1:00 p. m. The
Rev. Samuel Ruse, pastor of the Cnn
greiralonal Church, will officiate. A
T. Lane of Ottawa, Can., is a guest of
his In other, c II. Lane. .Mrs. Emma
Harvev Gale, wife of the late Samuel
Gale, died suddenly Monday of heart
trouble, at the age of 70 years. She
leaves two daughters. .Mrs. Charles
Gray of Michigan, an 1 -Mrs. Alice Eg
gleston of this town; and four sons,
Charles of Rrandon, Ira of Salisbury,
and Clarence and Robert of this town.
The tuneial will be held at her late
home Thursdii) morning at 11 o'clock.
Miss Gl.idvs Wells has been for two
weeks In Sum. iville, .Mass. J. E. Walker
of Rutland In- been visiting hbs uncle,
C. K. Walk, i - Mr and ilrs. F. J. Con
way have i, tin a, d lrom their wedding
trip. Mass u.is celebrated each evening
last week at St Paul's Church. There
ale over jo i as, s nf measles In town and
one school i limed. The annual church
meeting has been postponed on account
of so much illmss. The regular monthly
meeting of Independence lodge, F and
A. M.. was held Tuesday evening.
ilr. Ito-vs has moved from Hague, N. Y.,
to the farm he bought of .1. A. ilerrlll.
Mis. F. c Stulman has returned from
Whiting. rin i count of so much Illness
the I'm tulghtly dub has postponed gen
Miss M,ir Jcnnett returned hcinm Sun
day. ilrs. George Carold of Campion, N.
II.. was In town the last of the week
visiting her parents, ilr. and ilrs. E, W.
Foul, and calling ou other relatives
Gcotge C. Flint r Randolph visited
Kingston Ocnriie Satuiday The school
closed Friday at the corner, known as
district, No, 10 ilis. Uzzle Shampang
was the teacher. There was an exhibit
of the work done bv the pupils In this
school for the last two terms Friday after
noon, to which the parents and the pub
lie were Invited. -The death of little Ray
mond F, miiy child of .Mr. and Mrs.
Fred E. Uurke, occurred the l-'-tli. caused
by luoin hliil pneumonia. lie was seven
months uld The funeral w.r largely at
tended Saturday. Iluil.il was In Ehnwood
(enietery -Mis. Elsie llniee, wife of War
ren L. Ford, died February at the ago
; - -. - - 4 r eui
ofM( years. She was
the daughtir of i'liill
bain In Pomfret,
hllliiiniui and leun
Ilnyes, and came to this town when
quite Noting She I survived by her hus
band, who will be l) yeais old May I,
and by live sons and one daughter; a
brother, 11. P, Hayes, and a half-sister,
ilrs. Eugene Campbell, both of tbl.- town.
The funeinl was held Tuesday at tho
lioine. Mr. I,rd being uiialib to go out
of the house.
Mr And .Mrs. Frd nidnvigo are th
pnr'nts of n son. .Mrs. R C PaA'ls of
Pan. lib visited her brother. Oramel, Al
beit mil Henry Cuirlcr, Salunlav and
Hundav -Mi" Klngsbmy of Wnlden Is
with her daughter, ilrs Ham Judltni"- -
Mr and Mrs. Truman Gould visited In
Hidden Sunday. Henry Currier remains
about the samo. Tho last entertainment
In the Iccturo courBo will bo given Filday
evening by llnrry'Uowser. Martin Bwett
Is Hi poor health.
The death of Frank 15. Glllett occurred
Friday from pneumonia. Ho leaves a
wife. Two children died, a son about 25
years ago and r. daughter In August, lSiXl.
ilr. Glllett was a life-long resident ot
Richmond. Ho had held nearly all tho
town offices. Ho represented the town In
thoLeglslatUtn of 1010. Ho was promi
nent In the I. O. O, F., having served some
time as noble grand, Ho was active In
the L'nlvetsallst Church. Tho Rev.
Frances Kimbnll, a former pastor, who
Is now located iu New Hampshire, came
to conduct the funeral Horvlcc Monday
afternoon at two o'clock. Mr. Glllott was
for many yenrs In the general merchand
ise and feed business. For tho past few
years ho had given his attention to tho
feed business. .Mr. Glllett was manager
ot the Western Telephone) and Telegraph
The funeral of Frank R. Glllett was
largely attended at his homo Monday
nft'Tiioon. Tho Rev. Frances Kimball of
Alstead, N. H officiated, assisted by the
Rev. Mr. Fouler, privdder.t of tho execu
tive board of the t'nlversallst society. The.
Odd Fellows had a part In the servlco.
People were present from all the siii
rnundlng towns. There was a profusion
of (lowers. The bearers were J. H. At
kins. W, A. Church, M. E. Lenry and
three brothers of the fraternal order, N,
C. Kenyan, M. D. Dlmlclc and Edwatd
Pradley. Interment was in River View
cemetery. Miss Florence Colby, who wai
called hero by tho death ot her cousin,
V. R. Glllett, has returned to Burlington.
.Marlon Preston has the measles. ilifs
J'lorence Olmstead has been suffering
with the grip. ilrs. Ford, who lives Just
over the line in Rolton. 1b seriously ill.
A. E. Crnndall returned from Leo
minster, .Mass.. Monday morning, called
here by the death of ilr. Glllett. itisa
Hattle Curtis of Rurllngton Is visiting
at M. ii. Alger's. Miss Sophia Williams
went to her homo in Charlotto Friday,
returning Sunday night. Mrs. F. R.
Whalcn, who underwent nn operation Sat
urday, Is doing well. Miss Irene Whalen
of Rurllngton Is nt home.
George A. Foote, one of the prominent
residents ot this vicinity, diet heie Satur
day after u long Illness, ilr. Foote was
73 years old and had lived In Charlotte
Ida entire life. His family was one of the
oldest In Vermont and he at different
times held about every office In the town.
He had represented Charlotto In tho
Leglslatute and was a prominent mem
ber of Friendship Lodge of Mason?. He
Is survived by a wife and one son, Darwin
O. Foote, wltose homo is also in Charlotte.
Tho funeral was held at his late resi
dence nt one o'clock Monday afternoon.
Friendship I-odge. No. 21, F. and A. il.,
observed the 5nth anniversary of tho ad
mission to the order of John H. Thorp
nt Its regular communication on Tuesday
evening. .Mrs. II. A. Williams of Whiting
has returned home accompanied by her
daughter, Ethel, who has been spending
the winter with ilr. and Mrs. L. J. Dean.
The funeral of George A. Foote was
held Monday afternoon at one o'clock
at his home. The Rev. Hervey Gullck
officiated. Interment was In Grand View
cemetery. The profusion ot flowers gave
evidence of the regard in which tho
deceased was held by his many friends.
Among the offerings was an emblem mado
up of hyacinths from Friendship Lodge,
of which he had held the office of treas
urer for manv vears. A delegation of
members nf the lodge, marshaled by John
H Thorp, formed in two lines while tho
body of their comrade was borne from
the liouse. followed by the mourners.
Those nttendlng from out ot town were:
F. A. Lyman and Thomas Hart of Hlnes
hutg; Mrs. Mnhlnn Purinton of Lincoln:
ilrs. Alfred L. PaMie of Cornwall; Lee
Tracy of Addison: Mr. and ilrs. Carlos
S. Martin of Ferrlsbtirg; A. L. Sherman,
.Mrs Caroline Powell, Mrs. C. K. Gove.
Mrs, Mnry Rradley and Miss Florence
Rradley of Rurllngton.
The sum of $22 was realized from the
supper given the Rev. H. I. Kemp Wed
nesday. Feb. 12. Most of tho residences
here are quarantined for either measles
or whooping cough. Postmaster S. E.
Kenyon is somewhat better, though not
able to be out. ilrs. F. S. Marvin of
Georgia has been with her parents, Mr.
and .Mrs. E. II. Hinds, a few days this
week. Letters uncalled for In thin otllco
are addressed to Patrick Rivers and AHco
I.arock. Leroy Scoflcld has moved his
tanilly to their residence here.
ilrs. Maria Sweet entertained tho
King's Daughters Wednesday at her
home. Five of tho family of R. Merrill
are 111 with tho meables.
The annual meeting of the federated
churches was held at the Congregational
Church Thursday evening and wns at
tended by members of the First Congre-
giitl'mal church In liurlington. Rejwrts
were read by ilr. Wood of Rtirllngton
nnd Mrs. W. E. ileltrldo ot the local
church, showing the tlnnnclal standing tn
be good. Romanes were made by Rev,
Dr. Flagg, ilrs. W. J. Vart Patten, S.
L. Plutka, Dr. Rarnes, Dr. Rrown. E.
Rartnn Whitney, F. 13. Raldwln. W. J.
Rnmber, Henry Hall and David Walker.
Harry ll. Dlggs and James Long, color
ed soldiers, were fined $3 and costs of
K14 In municipal court Friday for
petit larcenv. Long made arrangements to
pay but DlRgs was lodged In county jail.
Thev stale coal at the American Woolen
company's yaids near the cur traeic
Thursday night, and were ciught In the
ai t by Watchman Joseph Rrnult. Tho
soldiers are married and live on lllekok
street when caught they each had a bag
nearly tilled, worth about 60 cents.
" The democratic caucus In Allard's hall
Saturday afternoon was largely attended
and a close contest was fought for the
nomination for selectman. J. E, Wolcott
eMdeiitly had been quietly at work for
the nomination and won out by a narrow
m.iigln. He was not heard ot a as candi
date until the last iiionuiut and :us W. G,
Rushey and H. R, Carpentlcr, whu had
both been mentioned, withdraw their
names, It left Mr. Wolcott In the Held
alone. Dissatisfaction was evident among
the voters ns to his candidacy and the
name of Louis Alapa was mentioned. Ho
was tonsulted at tho last moment but he
refused tn ru. His name was presented,
however, by his followers as a possible
candidate to defeat ilr. Wolcott but
failed to win the nomination for that
office by one Vote, Wolcott getting 37
and Alapa S6. For road commlstloncr,
NeUon Cross received 41 votos while tho
present Incumbent, J. p. Cameron, re
ceived si. The metlnc wa called to or.
dor by the chairman of the town com
mittee, D. E. O'Sulltvan, at two o'clock
and J. W. Lavlgno was made chairman
and Louis Mongoon secretary. Following
lire the nominations modo nnd Hied-
Moderator, J. W. Lavlunn! Inwn clerk.
V. a. Allard; selectman for threo years,
I. E. Wolcott; town treasurer, C. G.
Allard: overseer nf ti, i.. r,
'J IUl, iUt 1,
Duprat: constnhlo, Rorl st. Amour; col-
,u iixes, ii, Wolcott; lister for
iree years, I. 15. Thompson; auditors,
P, r Strnrm. Jnm.ni. r..i .
George l. Ornves; trustee nt ,,iai
moneys C G. Allard; town Krnnd Juror,
' " nuiiivnn; town agent. Joseph W
Lavlgnu; school din
Peter 13. Cross; toad commissioner for
three years, Nelson Cross.
The ninubllcnn caucua wn i.i.t i ,i..
- - ...... ,,, ull.
samo hall In the evening, It being called
by II. A. Ralley, who was made chairman
and F. E, Rlgwnod secretary. The follow
ing candidates were nominated tr,i,n.
tor, It. A. Rnllcy; town rink, C. G. Allard;
selectman for three years. J. ir. Timmn.
son; town treasurer, C. G. Allard, over
seer or poor, L. G. Duprat; constable,
Georgo 11. Horton; collector of taxes, H.
I-. Wolcott: lister for threo Viurs. I! v.
Soveranco; auditors, W. It. Munsoti. C.
H. Slllnman and Oeoree T. Graves:
trustee of nubile monevs. C. O. Allnrrl:
town grand Juror, II. F. Wolcott; town
agent, ir. A. Ralley, school director for
three years. R. F. Gale: road eommls
s.loncr for three yenrs, J. P. Cameron
Peter Grcenotigh, nced !2 years, died of
pneumonia Thursday afternoon nt his
home on Colchester rood. Resides his
wife, ilr. Greenough leaves Ave sons and
and four daughters, Fred, Peter, Joseph,
Louis, Eugene, Mis. Charles Rurnell,
Laura. Eva and Gladys, two brothers.
Edward of Colchester nnd LouLs of this
plnco, and one sister, Mrs. iloses C.
Fisher, also of this nlnre.
Theie Is no scarcity of lee heie. The Ice
dealers and owners of cold storage plants
nr0 busily engaged Iu filling their Ice
houses. Wllllnm R. Johnson & Son have
ID teams haul nir Ice to nil their new
storage plant which has a capacity ot 2i)
tons. The cost of harvesting Ice this
winter Is exceedingly high because of the
distance it has to be hauled, nractlcnllv
two and a half miles, nnd the fact that
there Is no sleighing.
At a special business meiUlng Tues
day afternoon the Village Improvement
society authorized the executive commit
tee to purchase a piano for the new graded
school. This Is done with the funds nii
at the opening of the school building
February 3. The question of sprinkling
or oiling the nrlnclnal streets w.im left
for further consideration at a meeting
to be hold In two weeks.
James Wall, a formei resident of this
place, died a few day, ago of tubercu
losis at his home In Potsdam, N. Y E.
T. Machla was called away Monday by
the death of his brother In Montreal.
The thrco-ycars-old daughter of William
Doon died at the Home for Destltuto
Children In Rurllngton Sund.iv The
body was brought here for In. rial Tues
day. Horace Rlley of FalrflcM closed a
successful term of school in district No. 5
Friday. Miss ilcCue has returned to
New York aftPr a visit with her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Michael McCue.
Mrs. Elizabeth Pollard Is visiting her
brother In Worcester, Mass. -Senator E.
W. Henrv returned to Montpeller ilon
day. Frank LaRelle of Essex Junction
was In town Tuesday. J P. Flynn ha.
sold his farm. Mrs. Alzadl, Chase has
stored her household goods and will pass
the remainder of the winter at South
Mr. and ilrs. D. D. Patker and daugh
ter. Albertine, of Richmond, were guests
of her sister, Mr. and ilrs. R, J. Robin
son, over Sunday. iliss Esther Frost has
teturned from a few days in BIssex June
tlon. Lawrence Martin was at iiome
from Essex Junction ovi i Sunday. ilrs
W. G. Newton is ill. The Hood com
pany's Icehouses are being tilled. S. O.
Rrush of Rurllngton was at home over
Sunday. Miss Flora Lyon ot St Albans
spent Sunday with her sister, ilij H. H.
Ronjamin H. Caswell and ills.- Estello
itaela were married Monday evening at
seven o'clock at the residence of the
t rid' 's parents, Mr. and .Mrs. Seymour
Maria. The bride and groom entered the
parlor to the strains of the wedding
march from Lohengrin. played by
Mrs. J. I Wagner. They were attended
by Charles Caswell, brother of tho groom,
and Miss Edith Shores. The ceremony
was perfotmed under an arch of ever
green by the Rev. D. H. Strong. The
bride wore white embroidered net over
white silk ami carried a bouiiet of white
cai nations. The bridesmaid wore pink
silk and carried pink carnations. Thcio
were manv beautiful presents of silver,
linen, pictures, etc. Refreshments wero
served. The dining room was prettily
decorated In pale gieen and red. Among
the guests present wero Miss Jessie Cai
well and Uoorcr Conistock ot Platts
burgh, ilr. and ilrs. Walter ilacla of
Essex Junction. Dr and Mrs. L. C. Hol
comb nnd ill and .Mrs. J. E. Wagner of
this place After ii short bridal trip to
Plattsburch and other places they will
reside h' re -Miss Nelllti Washburn's
t-chool Is . losed at Hartlnnd and she is
at home visiting her parents, Miss
Clarissa Gieenn of Hartland Is visiting
Miss Nellie Washburn.
Miss T..: l.ri Rean was at home from
Rurllngton oer Sunday. Leon Lester,
Miss Pearl ti'Nell and Russell McNall of
Champlain and Mr.". Lynden McNall of
Fairfax were over Sunday guests at R.
E. Rullock s Carrie WellB Is at the home
of her mother, .Mrs. Jennie Wells.
The township Sunday school meeting
Friday at the Congregational Church was
successful -'.Miss Phyllis Rrown enter
tained a few of tho young people of the
llaptist and C'ongiegatlonal Sunday
schools at a valentine party ut her home
Satuiday evening. itlss Florence Rux
ton, who has been attending high school
at E.-sc. Junction. Is at home, ill with
the measles Miss itnble Derway of Rur
llngton was the guest of lilss Phyllis
Hrown or Sunday. Arthur McGlnnls
of llciirtown Is visiting In town. Fred
King came Monday to open the barber
shop sacated by il. E, McMahon. How
ard Ring was In Rurllngton Tuesday.
il. E ik-.Malum, who has been for a
number of years the only barber In town,
has sold his shop. He went Tuesday to
Waterbuiy, wheiu he has bought a farm.
-Guy Dingier was a business visitor In
Waterbiiry Tuesday and Wednesday
Mrs. Mlran.ln Westcott has been con
fined to the house for a week by fil
j,,.pn, Miss Linda Crane closed her
school Friday and that evening enter
tained her pupils with a Valentino
patty it the home of Frank Hinsdale.
She jeturned Monday to her home In
The funeral of Frank B. Qlllette, wha
died Friday afternoon ot pneurnonU, was
hfld from his homo In Jonesvlll? with
burial here In the family lot in River
view enmetery. Samaritan Lodge, of 1..
O, O, F., of wlilch tho deceased was a
member, nttended In a body an i acted ns
escort from hero to the cemetery, having
charge of tho services at tho giavc The
Rev. Frances Kimball, n former nn tor
of the Unlveisallst Church hen, illklated
nt the house. Miss Hattle Paddi Ii ret ,rn
ed yesterdny from Waverly, N Y , where.
she has been the guest of her IrothT for
several months. North Star Lodge, F
and A. il., he ld a regular mn ting In Ma
sonic hall Tu day evening Mis. Th r is
Ryan and Miss Winifred Rurke left ilon
day evening for New York, whoro the
wll. ho guests of their brothe -Mrs. I
T. Flagg vlfdted her mother, Mrs. Flan
agan, in Rurllngton '.Monday
ilr. and Mrs. E. J. liombard of Milton
spent Sunday with '.Mr and ilra. R. E
Heverence ilr. nnd ilrs. A S Morgan
attended Pomonv.grange at Jericho Tues
day. ilrs. Ina Densinore, who has been
visiting In town, returned to Rnrro Mon
day. Dr. Kenyon fell on the ice Sundaj
and Injured his left arm.-. Mai k Kenyon
of Westford la In town.-The Ladles' Aid
will hold ii sheet and pillow aso social
at thn home nf the Rev. Mr Twiss Wed
nesday evening, February 2. Ladles aro
requested to bring lunch for two -A elo
natloii istt for thn Rev V W Smith
will be held ut the Congn -ntloiial par
sonage Friday evening, learuary
Walter Munson, who lvn be n ill two
weeks, Is slowly lmfrovlng Chester
Rutton and family hav' nwv d n with
Mr. Jnlah Carey. The unt, al cream
cry meeting will be h- M da Tin'
next regular giange meetiin. wi.l ' i hold
February 21. The piogram w." consist of
music, orchestra; nailing ,! WhUu,
plnno solo, Mildred ilur- n t k on
soils, A. L. Carpenter of I-. -ik J n Hon,
duett, ilr. and Mrs Densnmr , r
Ada Morrow: live mlnuto talk. Whc 1
Joined tho Grange," Miss Fiyr T m .,
.Mrs. Walter Ring was called to Moir -vlllo
Tuesday by the serious Illness of nr.
grandson, a young child of Rut .s U h
son. Miss Clara Thompson . Ik '
fiom Richmond, 111 with an i- i u '
pendleitls. There will be n supper fur t i
benefit of the Rev. H. I. Kemp Febr ,r
at the il. W. A. hall. A son vttii rr .
to ilr. and ills. Charles Dwver Feb" -nry
If'. ills. F. W. Rrewster Is visit.
Mr.-?. Ladet went Friday to Essex Cen
ter for the week-end. Mrs. P H. Drown
returned from New York Thursday
Miss Gladyn Small has r i ncd from
Essex Center. A. W. Harri went Fri
day to Montpeller for over S .n lav ilrs
Burke Rrown of 'Jericho Center spent
Friday with her daughter, Mr. C E.
At the annual meeting of tb Lad,
Soclul Union the following of. ers rn'i
elected for the ensuing year Resident,
Mrs. D. W. Knight; vice. president. M .
R. C. Hawley; secretary, Mrs. G H
Renedlct; tieasurer, ilrs C II Haydn,
The Valentino and Cooweb Putty gH n
by the Young People's Society at t H. he iw
of Mrs. C. E. Nay last Friday f-'idi.
was an enjoyablo affair. Tho Homeland
Circle will hold their regular nnetam
Thursdjj afternoon at the- Congregatior -ul
Church parlois. Tea will be mi cd
5..T'. The? last number of the lec'uro e ours
will be given Thursday evening at fl
R. hall by the Russell Muslcai Novelty
company. A. W. Harris was in ilont
peller over Sunday.
Word has been received that E I .
Flynn of Springfield, a brother of Mrs.
Fowler, who has been seriously 111 for tho
pas;t few mouths, is .it prc&c.t
very low. At the regular meeting of tie,
W. R. C. .Monday evening three n w
membets, ilrs. E. J. Gallup. Misk GUiih
Rcnnctt and iliss Rem: Hni 'c were acid d
to the i nrps.
The Rev. William C.i.-lit.ioi . will give a
lecture on "A Sky Pilot Ex icrli ices a
the Sub-Artlc" Tin sda .nlng, Febr i
ary 25, at the Congreati nnl . hurch.
Spei ial music will be f irnis. ed by tho
choir. After tbv lecture the Ladies' So
cial Union will sei'V' a "C simper -Simeon
Mend e!lc4 Tuesday at thn homo
of hla son, Cyrus ibad. ilrs Davis of
Fletcher is visiting at William Kittcls -ilrs.
L. IL Roscoe of Essex Junction was
called here Tuesdav bv the deith of her
grandfather, Simeon Mead. The grade t
school will hold their patriotic exercise i
at G. A. R. hall Friday afternoon at 1 1
iliss Mary Hayes, who has be, n 1l,
threatened with pneumonia, Is bdt r -Mrs.
1. R. Riomley is recovering fi-" a
severe attack of neuralgia ilts. .
A Id rich, who is at the Mary Fletcher bos
pltal, Is gaining and Is exjiect cl hr nv
soon. ilrs. W. S, Heath Is In Hnnlv is
helping care for the children of her e
William Heath. Jolm Mason, who i i
several days in town, ri turm 1 Sn h -bore,
At the next meeting of Ess. x t
Grange the program will be as f ,
ijuslc, roll call, words of lLn- dn c i
pvents, iliss Pratt, sulci tlon.ilrsAth r ,
paper, "Valuo of an Attractive H in i
Forming Character ot the Young, ilrs
G. RoberW; music, ladles' quartet "odd
Jobs for a Stormy Day." C o II v
debate, "Resolved, That th, A ra i
Worker In Trades and Profes ions Ki
counters ilore Discouragements t m, tin
.Average Fanner." affirmative, Fred
Godette, C. S. Atherton; negate , G V.
Roberts, C. W. Rice; music, Tbi Yankee
Doodlo Kitchen," six mem'jcr recita
tion, ilrs. Smith.
Tho King's Daushteis will meet v Ith
Miss Mildred Pnrti h Friday afti nu.oi,.
Plans aro being made to bund in .ci. i
tion to the Congregational vttr t j u
lain dining parloisand kiulien Dr i d
man, district superintendent, pu ached i
Hie Methodist Church Sundn. F B. 1 w
who was operated on by Dr L Lap '
hi New York citj Ft i lay for aionoils,
returned home Suud.i -Fa-uiers ur,i
having great difficulty In mining wwd,
hay and logs for want of snow and v 'y
llttlo lee has been secured
II. R. Stone has movi l l f n c
11. N. Macoinber's bouse ,ss . H
Ruggles Is at home nfter teaib.i m i t n
of school In Georgia - Dr Pitt- h
moved pait of his fuinltnr, nr. f u
Fairfax. Gordon Periy ixpeits to work
In the creamery nt ctov. rd.il ' Mr
lleniilngsoii Is reported to l ave rent J
the McCluro farm at Clove rdale Th
house occupied by David Gnkey, owned
by II. ii Gleason, was slight', d.inuged
by fire last week.
News lias been received of tin iV atli
of ilis. II D. Hodge, widow of tin Rci.
H. D. Hodge, a foimer pastor of tie
Baptist Chuieh here, who died during Ins
pastorate In Ea Charlotte, ilrs. Hodge
dMth occurred ut the horn of hct
daughter, Mrs, Pwlght Stlllson, lu Kantas
Tho Hall Brothels havo engaged Bei
Jjmln Caren as manager on their far u
for the coming year -.Mrs Fugene Short
steove.i and ilrs. Irving aro ill with t'u
srii). Arthur Crouk haa purchased tin.