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THE BURLINGTON PHKH PHK3S AD TIMKH; TILL KKDAY, KI'iKIlA KY 27, 1SJ11I,
nl.l. I.. ..! tn mIUii.I 41... P 1 ,.f int.. i.. I.. i I. I. 1 1 t ft.ln..,l., 1 .1' i n ll'Ml.li' fill I lltun, .i u r t.if.i.l
mrno nnother j-mr. At the toll call tin' Simeon Sloi ii.- The Stnytlowcr club meet- In the village who were nelthct nbai-nt ot mi rot. The .rit nnu n- a. rum- IL"jwlck, c
ollowlng resolution. Wiic ciirrlnl by a ing, which wns to have boon held ' tardy through the term Were: lloyal Pot- I pleto suniK MI'- Sonic, who re-, n. .-a of a rr
inanlmotis vote' "Whereas, on Friday with Sirs. Henry Mead .Saturday, tr, Leslie Potter, Arthur Ityinlll, Itose ' spon.lrd b n few worn .if tlmnkn. I hat hren wn
if this week the lion. J. I- Harslow, ex- wns postpone,! on account or ill-,-ovcnior
of the State ot Vermont roaches ncss.-John Tnlro was In Burlington
lis Mst Mithdax he It rosolvcu, mm o.uuiuii.-ii m jjiowii oi .loiicuo nan
he oill lats aii.l' members of the chitreh j been spending several days with Miss
i-nd cotiprr tbn of the Sllc'inuinc ( " - uiium.-ir. nm iiioiigun. is hi
idlat Epis i'J'1 Church now imw . ...u. i.i..uiiiiiin. .!, itiiiik iciiigo aim
ilium 4SOUUI oi .icricno visitco air.s.
... mn. .1.. f i.-iiirtinrv. i;n..
i. ..-.. I. ..... llnira 111 Hie 11011. J. 1
Hnistnw n n aching his Mst blrt m ay.
-, j. i rwinanpin)ii tmlitlcnt
position w ..Ii he so conscientiously nnd
ahlv Idled f r his keen Interest In all
thin s 10 1,10 w',fnro "r,lh0
fom.un.lt , for his limit mid exemplary
lift and for ''s benellcenl presence among
11s at i ripe an am?. Slimed, on bohalt
of the ollkmls md ineiuDers ot tno cniiren
(ind cingre alien, by William 11. Good
man, ,i.ntr Among those present from
out of tow i f a- tin- roll call worn the
i7v nnd Mr- flullelt, Mrs. W. II. 11.
Carroll Jackson Thursday. Henry Covo.v
died Friday morning of tuberculosis.
The Undorhlll Dramatic club will Rive
ti play, "Farm Folks," on the evening ot
March 7 nt CJ. A. 11. hall.
Miss Janet Chesney, Impel Konnlnr, guvo
111. Mlnnl' f'uribr k In mws wub hip suojcci m .m iiihm' .i h ,, .1 , i- n i- i u ir
nihil here by the serious III- lelii, bv th- Itf . M 1 l'i j In Hi- (Ji ;!.! . - Mi ; A I Kmic anil i
lntlv. Herbert Luinbrn, who llapilst Church Mondnv nlght.-A lnwly Mis. H. . Iletils, are vIsIIIiik in i- '
wirklm In a stnro 111 Morctown, I ntteliddl leteptlon was held In Odd !'!- -Mrs. M. M. Lent of r 1 1 ir lit. .-it
Ityinlll, Harold llryant and John Whit-1 Merrill ! ArmstroiiR, who was nnmer has rotnriicd. Austin I.ocltwood and 1 lows' hall Thursday evening, In honor of named the week-end with h r d.iui
Mr. anil Mrs. M. ll. Miiniilgo, wnn will Mis. Iuman ltobtrtB. M s 11
France, Mary Lninson. W. H. Mi'tcnlf
will occupy the Jay Metcalf houso hero In
the vlllatfo until Apurll, as his farm Is
lented to OcorRo Casslda, and ho will glvo
puscsslon this week.
The funnrnl of Sirs. John McOeo was
held nt St. falherlne's I'huri h Saturday
inornlnt,-, thn Hev. l'ather C'aini.raii of-
llclatliiK. The funeral of Albert hi
go to South UiirlltiKton this week (o take Tabor of West Swnnlon, sM'T
ehiirHc of a Iaro farm. Harriet Martin ot ?keel r.,rin-i,
I'ho funeral or Mrs. uorueiin Hunter, ed m post cards on her bill irt.iv !
the closlni; number of the entertainment, vlolette if llarro, eldest son of (Mr
eourso In the town hall Wednesday even
inn. The bnlnnce of the entertainment
fund was Riven to the town library
Mis. John K. Itleo came hcuno fiom tho
hospital Saturday and Miss Meda Men
Aarney, Mr -ma iiains oi i.nai-iH nt llomi, fn)ln IjVtin ror n ucek.-Mr.
lotte. Mr im'1 Mrs. deoi-Re Smith "C nnd Mrs. Clicster Sweeney celebrated tho
10th annlversady of their marrlago I-'rlday
J H'H A .1 II li" .1IHI .l.tf. IHTUU. ....
"in Srir ir, widow of Alonzo Hpcur,
.. d Tbiir day afternoon at her homo at
M ilh ' - 1 iv of complications of diseases
id pm dmonla. Mrs. Spear was In her
li tl vf.ir ,inu is Burviveu uy two unuRii
t rs, Mr. Sirlbner and Miss Julia
Mit r i ir iiugnarm neu nnoui u .year
' s 'm ' llr. xtoii's place oppnsito tho
1 i n lkn bc-i'ltal was sfarehed about
0 t o i (oi k Sit'uday inoriiinK by fou
ls in Oron-T Mm tmi and Special OlHcer
Chirks War.ln.ll, who sel?ed a ease of
lire, a quart of v.hiskoy, gin, port and
pi crry wini Tln rc were numerous empty
bottle about the place. Tho place has
hot i- ii iv( Tlr.TAton's disappearance
1 M m l Spein rr. The latter made
years has conducted a sdutiRlitcr housi
has piircliasnl the O'Clalr meat market
in liurlliiKton and will operate tho same
in ronnci'tlon with his slniiKhtor houso.
Mr. True-hunt has engaged Ourtls S.
Ketelu r of this town as meat cutler.
W. P. Jnhns in .t Sons, proprietors of
Lnke 'hnmplnln cieatnery, paid 51.01 for
staiiilaid milk for January.
The ilea ill or Stephen A. Thompson,
Ofted Kl, occurred early Sunday morning
of heart r.illure. He retired In his usual
health mid seemed In excellent spirits. At
about 12:.K) o'clock Mrs. Thompson wns
awakened by a peculiar sound as of
difficult breathing and when she reached
l l- c.v -I and Hvncs was placed In "" l""m"l" "c was oeuu. .ir.
th. toinu jail llynes at tho time of ti,r I Thompson Is survived by bis wife nnd
... .... 'pieht pll1ll1larM lirmlilna llinn ytalnt.j M
ecu w .u'liv: iis liartenuer. I lie i - ......
i-r i! f r the search wns made out
tan. In the primary department, those. I for alderman n"1 repuniican . rnmlly of ':oshurg ('enter are nt H.
not absent or taidy weie: Klslo Potter, I tlehet at tin : 'W '"" 'Iwllned ( bapllirs.
Adah l'otter. Cleorge Talcott (leorgo l.uito run and h"" " """"ed his ward uoiim I Isnac: Tatro, who has been employed
m tteo nii'i ' ' " iioimins. ni j, c. iiiucli n'M mill ror Heverai years,
Tho Sundny school convention at Ht.' 1ms taken a rnrm In Sheldon Creek. The u im dlr.d 1'ildav of nnetimonla. wns held jo r:r,r,i,. 'iv,,.,. f ai,r,n,,,,-n. i n,n
Iukn's Chiitrh Tuesday was well attend- contract for transporting the mnll on In tho llaptlst Church Sunday afternoon, lias entered the employ of m
ed by trnehi rs nnd voikem of tho Hpls- star Itonle, No. IK!", from hero to Hast the Itev. Morgan 13. I'casn olTiclatlng. Itoyce for the senson.--Mt- .1 11
copal emir a """ii oniiiy. .mi- nerkslilre ror tlie roiir years cominenc- The body wns idnctd In the vault in MeKechnle returned to her lwini
drosses on Ha different phases or Sunday tng July 1 ,hns been awarded to II. J. i lllllsldo cemetery. Tho bearers wore. It. trial Friday h'lghl after pis-lp
school work wrro glveti during tho day Mncy ot tlcikshlre. Mr. Macy will movn , w, Adams, W. It. I.ocklln, II. II. Hounds wb i)Pr ,,, cinrk S. .1 t.
by the ltev. (I. W. Smith of lltindolph, to this vIllagc.-The funeral ot Mrs. T. nnd K. C. Sears. Tho singing wna by Mrs. family, who started that n hi
tho ltev. W. W. Iti nil ot Slieldon, the I.umbrn was held at the Catholic Church c. II, Alkm and Mrs. F. A. Manuel. -Tim nlpeu. Manitoba,
rtnv. W. T. Forsytbe ot mchfonl, the Tuesday, the ltev, J. A. Cote officiating, condition of II. M. Kendall, who has been! tAS-P UPDVotirnp
ltev. J, C. PUphrnson of Kast Herk- Mis. I.unibrii loaves n liusband and bov- I critically III with pneumonia, Is morn, luiiai MliltU.vSriliiL,
shire, the Hrv. W. fliimer ot Swnnton, , rial small children, Hhu died Sunday ravorable. Mlsa Heidi Khattuck Is nt Mrs. M. Anrtr.wn v,.inrr ,i i,
nnd .Mrs. I'aul I.avlolette, who had been 'nnd the ltev. Albert Unle or tills city. An Morning. The ltev. H. I!. Macomber, a ! borne from Saratoga, N. V". Miss Adella i Montgomery Monda The r.
11 ;i nntr t 11111 ti'irn nntiunint, n ..,. ' l..t,.,.nBl1ir re.lll I'P w I 1 lit mt..Ull,tti hi rn, trilll mi nr. ilinil n tlin linm nfl It- ,.. , . n '
held at St. Catherine's Church Kattir- box, conducted by the Hev. Mr. Smith, Chauncey Sheldon Monday morning. Mr.
day afternoon, the Itev. Fnther Cain- which biought the afternoon nnd evening Mnconibrr was formerly pastor of thu
poau orrlolatltiK. Tho Men's lllbln session to a dose. Meals were served by i llaptlst Church here and was born In
class will meet In the Methodist the Indies of the pnilsh. 'Maine, Ho was a gradnnto or Colby Cel.
Church parlors Thursday evening. j The bodv of J. Itussell Mnvnard, who ' lego and Newton Theological Institute
Miss Kllzaboth Thorpe Is at homo from died In Wnttrbury Monday, wns brought He bad laid several successful pastorates
Ilydo Park for a short visit to her I t0 this city Tiienlay night mid tlm funornl In dirftrent pints of New England, llo
parents, Mr. an J Mrs. K. II. Thorpe. 'was held at the home of Mrs. (icorge was a Veteran of the Civil War, having
Hr. .F. It. Stoddard, who has been ill j,;. i.;(gnn yesterday nt three o'clock, survrd In a Maine regiment. The board
., 1 4 V. M, .l ttv ,t'n..lra liria an . ft .. . ... . .. ... .. ... i. i . .. ...tl, ........
llnbell ? Triielmiil whn Cnf o ,., r, I h"i ' " " "v..., mT, iiuss"ll wan "i years OIll nno unill oi civil iiihimiiiij i i iti iu iii turn,
. . . ' . . fur recovered as to attend to his 1 sllnrt ,,, nli resided In this cltv. llo cleik's office March 1 to revise tho check
professional duties. Mrs. W. F. Weoks )s .U1.vived b. one sister, Mrs. I'.dson, ! list for the last time before tho town
Is visiting In Montpcllor. Miss Mar- nnu- -,vo iro,h,.r, A. S. Mnynnrd of meetlng.-S. AV. Armstrong, 11. C. It.
rlct Hllss spent Sunday and Monday ( titandon and Ullo.ni Maynunl of Hrock-' and O. ft. Itowley of Mchford, ami
ton. Mnss. , Cleorge Anderson, V. II. C. K., of Frank-
Andrew AVelrh, whose bark Wflji ser- Hn ivei-e present nt the regular meeting
lously Injurled while he wns nt woik In of Court Mreen Mounlnlns, I. O. F., and
Mrs. Agnes Scott, who had been 111 fur South Mchfo'd, was brought to the hos- nsslsted In initiating1 live new members
n week or more with pneumonia, died pitnl In this city and operated upon. Ills i Tuesday ovrnlng.
Sunday at tho home of her daughter, condition Is favorable though It will be
Mrs. Roy Howard. Tho funeral was held several days hi fore It can bo ascertained
from her late home Tuesday at 1:0) p. m. . whether ho will have tho uso ot Ida
with MIbs Mirgarot Weeks.
Draper Is at home, from Montreal for a J. C, Stephenson, Mrs. il.
few days. Mclvlna l' rley and Mrs. ( i
pp A rJtTT TM attcnde.1 the .Sunday school .n- t
t! iVLiUN . 1 Ht. Albans TucsiUy.-Andn w .
As J. O. Simpson and II. Honney, tho I unloading leu at (1. F. Ma-c
barber, wero leaving the storo of Simpson I fcaltudny fell, Injuring his k
.'i Towlo Monday night about 10:30 the I en pulley v.aa tlx ennse , (I a
latter fell on tho sidewalk and Injured his c. J. Peterson took him In n .- v
hack on tho cement step. Mr. Simpson hospital on the afternoon t i
succeeded In getting him upon the pl.it- j tlori wu, performed Mon-l. , . i
form and summoned aid. A,0..n, pof,-,nr,. faVorable lor t.ls
K ble he waa taken to his holding p'ru , ,.,im,w WnB ,n Ht. Alhan, I
at . Mullen s w heie everything was It. Coml)g Ma. , .
done to relieve his Intense sufferlim. U.woro , ,fitlortburK Kai!s -I ,
"" r,UV1-" " pmBier uiiei aim ns
1 1 Mi
I Tiwn i, rind Juror D. K. O'Snlllvatt
iipcn hi ' 'in This Is the second wnr
rai i id' ( t bv Mr. O'Siilllvan the past
wc ' th i ''! tiring for Sam Frnnltlln'8
pla whl h w i s searched Into Thursday
n'pht Fran' 1 1 ii was brought In to muni
cipal o" 't l iid.iv and pleailed guilty to
lllc il ! nd 'ng oi llnuor and wns fined
fro iui .if SIS.ll which ho paid. The
l, or ii d was ordered conllsoated.
. n ii' it- frequenters of these re-pm-t.
rd a' Hr.ixton's plnco Saturday
l, rni t1-' " weir a number present.
I.ei i t i ide was badly burned about
tl o a Saturday morning when his
r1ntl ii- a . ht lire ns he wns lighting
hL l i'n Mr. I'atiiaude Is an invalid and
. oli ft to s-lt In a l pcllning rhair all
On p. r- binned oil' hi shirt and
I. ir . I Ins "a.U. The foot of the bed
i ... i Led. Mrs. I'atii.iuiie nan
,,' mind lo use a rug to rx-
. ... .1 .l....n.,-
I), ' t r 1 ize neinri! mo 'c "i""
t, ,t ri i 1 Mi Patnnuile spent a rom
fortnbk mi-it Saturday and Sunday.
II ,t , ,ii veais of age and has bien
crlncd D lis home on Wnl street for
Ikinice Frlnk of Ontario, Cni., Mrs,
Cninellus Frlnk of Hronktleld, Mrs.
Mason Penke of Dorchester. Mass., and
one brother, Murray Thompson of Col
chester. Xi. Thompson was the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Noah Thompson of Col
chester, where he spent (ho gronter part
of his life, nt one time being proprietor
ot tho liny View House at MallottH liny.
Fiom there ho went to Kssex Center, en
gaging In the mercantile business, which
ho later fohl to Dennis P.urnj. Six years
ago he removed to this village, where he
had since lived, being In 'the employ of
the Pally News company of liurlliiKton.
Mr. Thompson was n member of Klhnn
Allen Lodge. P. A. M.. under whose
charge the funeral was conducted.
Secretary or State Cmy W. Uailoy nnd
office, force returned Saturday I nun Mont
peller arter the close of the Legislature.
A special express car was used ror trans
porting about four tons ot office supplies,
files, desks, and other paraphernalia and
several teams with a half dozen men
were bually engaged the greater part of
Saturday In hauling these offects to the
Mrs. 1). M. Itobinson, who resides on
Dr. A. S. Cohurn has gone to Chicago
to attend a medical convention. A Ivnh
nnd David Holmes attended tho funeral
of a relativo in North Underbill Sun
day. Miss Lena Holmes tins returned
.Miss 1'.. Jane Wright, who fell In her
bedroom Wednesday morning and broke
her ankle, is as comfortable as can bo
Howard lienor, fi years old. of
tlakorsflold wns seriously Injured rxpectcd. The leg has been put In a plas.
while rnbblt hunting Tuesday when in i trr cnst.-Herbert Hessey, who hem been
some unknown way he wan shot In 111 wlth tho ""'P' nl)1 to bo out.-Kva
from a several days' visit in Ilurllngton 1 the right arm below tho elbow n0 ! -May, the Infant daughter of J. A. Leach,
and Essex Junction. There will bo a sup- was brought to the Rt. Albans ho3pl- wh" luia l,ee" 111 wltl1 bronchitis. Is better
per nt the Congregational vestry on Fri-ltnl Tuesday afternoon nnd It was -Mis- Kdnn II. Leach Is at tho home of
day eVenlng.-Mr. and Mrs. Uonjamin found Hint the wound was of u very
Caswell have returnxl fiom their wed- j serious nateure nnd It i doubtful
ding trip and went Monday evening to (whether tho arm rnn be Bavod. Thero
Plnttshurgh, where h- has a position.- j nro two stories regarding tho nccl-
.wiss r.iecui uuBcei, nnu imis uuiui m.nent. One Is that Howard and his
with pneiiniunla, Is Improving. Two can
dlilates were Initiated nt tho regular
meeting of the Eastern Star Friday.
Mrs. Hoy Prow of Westford spent Mon
day with her sister, Mrs. E. A. Allen.
The children of Hie different grades gave
InUrestlng Washington birthday exer
clse.i at the high school Friday afternoon,
Mis.- Flora Lyon has returned to Ht.
Albans after a few days with bur sister.
Mrs. 11. II. lleeman.
brother anj another boy were hunt-
lug, and they came upon some men ,
who had shot a Jeer and without j
cnuso a jrun was fired and Howard
wns hit In the arm. His younger
hi other, who wan standing near him,
received it slight wound in the chin
rind finger Another story is to the
effect that Howard fell on a rock and
his shotgun was discharged, Injuring
her son, .1. A. Leach. Ot the family of II
'iarrett, who have been 111 with pneu
monia, the mother and children aic now
grtting better. Mr. and Mrs. J. M
Wright visited their granddaughters,
Mr. ('. It. Leneh and Mis. It. 11-. May
uaid, n few days each recently.
him and his brother. N'ritlilnir .lertnltn
Charles Turner, a veteran of the Civil hns i,,,,,,, ,n8eovcrrd a- to the real
War, died Sunday at his home on itall-j rml.l0 ()f tlu) nP(.rlpnt. Thp ,,v wln
road street. He suffeied a .shock some 1 110t r1vo n ,11rp(.t storv 1)f ,,K, ae;.,1t.nt.
Francis P. Ward, -in mp1ovr of the
j Mrs. Luey Brush, wife of John P.rush,
r.lnl Saturd-iv morning. Mis. ltrush had
been In fe dr hi.ilth for mrno time The
i funeral was held at her home Tuusday at
1 one o'clock. John Carey la ill with the
trip. Mr. and Mrs. Vuinon Whitney
have completed work at Cambridge.
weeks ngo. The funeral was held at the
inn. so iucs.iaj.-r i cu newis ..as rcnieu , Vermont Power Manufacturing com
the M. W. Smith fnrm on Bear Trap aim j panVi ,vns linnjiired bj a 2.Vfoot fall
Mr. Smith will move to Essex Junction.- j from p,r,(,lrl0 llpht ,,,,. j tho UalJ,
.Minur liens win carrv on tne Horace rnhvay yar)1 Tuesday morning.
t-aiuieri-on fium anil .lonn i atneron na
m-.,...i , - uu for the town meeting the North Wlllhiton road, was Sundny
Mar a 4 have been posted and show a
- .... -Ph.,
rented Jim I.apoit's f inn Cieorgu Mayo
has sold back to Mis. Powell bis- farm on
Jlardscrabble and will live on Olmlet hlh
Miss Olga Smith, who is attending
tho Emma Willaid schnol ut Troy,
f .h.'.g of hi the number ot voters. 1 ho
In ird of civil authority met at the town
cl.rks ofiic. Saturday. Very few names
wrrc added to the lists. The board will
ln oiu more meeting before election
and that will 1 held next Saturday. Thero
nri neailj 4aa Oellquent taxpayers Tho
lists with limiics are th- smallest ever
I ,iih, then being a talhy,' oH from
la i ip.ir , f more than l'i names. If the
d. ,i,ents ha-1 not met their obligations
li next H"it'ir.lii's meeting of tin- hoard
Pl , ,i , il ,ri'y, their names will be
tan ( "11
no w.i- r.'-'ived in town Monday
of ,r, i ,ii in Athol, Mass.. Sunday
M i - Dennis 1'. Urenney. .Mrs.
imnirily Miss Johanna
if Vho', and married Mr. Greanrv
. .ht ( ir- i ml two years ago removed
1 ii, Mii..irhusettM city- The funci-al
W hr il i hi rr
taken to the Fanny Allen hospital for
S. A. lirowncll has gono to New Vork
to spend some time with his children.
Ills eldest dnughter, Mrs. C. E. Freeman
of (lien ltldge, who has been f-eriously 111,
has not entirely iccovered.
Miss (llndj'B Mauley has ilose.l her
school at Wln.inskl Park f,ir two months
and went Sunday to Dradfnrd Academy,
where --lie will tea-h the lifth and sixth
A serious loss has befallen the com
munity In the death, M indny horning,
of Fr.-inel" II. Parker. He had b. en In
falling health during the winter, but had
so far Improved ns to he out up to within
tlv past few days. Sunday afternoon he
grew suddenly worse, and tho end came
ally Monday moinlng. Mr. Parker was
bom in Weslfor.l July I, 1SW. where lie
fliey rosl.ieii nere lor " !,,,,,,,, mun ls.i wlu.n ho came to Kssex
Junction. In W' lie married Llla M.
Hearh. who died in V.iK. In ISO I lie miir
rlel Mrs. Lillian F. Lane, who Mirvlves
W J Mi rill hns resigned his Pnf,ltl" I i,!m, together with four children, Mis.
C. W. llko, Mrs. H. It. MncC.innls. Ms
Kr.izl. r, w ho has been spending
the winter In WaKrtown. Mass., has re
turned to help his fiuhei, Humor Frazler,
through the month of sugaring. Mrs.
William Itlvers Is spending tho week with
her sister, Mrs. P.. H. Itushford. Mr. and
Mr. David linker and family are 111.
Percivul Shaimrnw, who hns hem
spending a few days with his parents
.Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Shangraw, has return-
d lo his school at Itlchford. Thu condi
tion of Mrs. Frank Lumbra. who Is seri
ously ill, continues about the same
Miss Jtuby P.uslifoid Is ill. Allen
Lumbra has been spending a few
days with his ulster, Mrs. Walter
Mowrey. Mlw Christie Sliangraw Is pass-
Saturday, tho "K tne week with her Mstcr, Mrs. Harold
James Donahue of Springfield, Mass, wna nrrnalnn being her birthday. Sho ' Hossler. Miss I.ela Murray is ill. The
brought here last week and interred la was given a shower nf cups and citing. i piuyer meeting will bo held with
Catholic cemetery. James was the ' .saucers. Some lnrge blocks of ltox- ' Mr. and Mis. William Ariel Friday even-
at the Andeison house. T. Lapan has visited her parents, Mr. and Sirs. E.
lented J. S. Ilenham's farm. John Clnkey
Jr., was arrested by Deputy Sheriff Martin
and taken to Pnrlltigton Friday on an
Information Hied by the State's attorney.
John llootli Is con lined to the houso
with a liar.l cold. Karl Hernia l.s taklnir
his place In the market. The body at
K. Smith, Washington's birthday.
She gave a card an 1 dance party at
tho Smith annex Saturday evening.
Tho laundry has been reopoiied by
Mr. llohntinon, the new proprietor.
Tho friends of Mrs. A. L. Cross gave
her n Burpilse party
son of Michael Donnliuo and was .TO yi-aiJ
old. He dlod of pneumonia.
The W. C. T. I'. will hold its annual
taken to tho hospital Wednesday morn
ing. His father from Fairfield is with
Mrs. H. II. Cowles In upending tho week
In Uarrc, Pluinflold and Lyndonvllle.-Th.i
Rev. F. W. Day attended Sunday school
conventions In Fairfield and Sv-anton
Tuesday and Thursday. The annual oys
ter supper will bo given In tho Method
ist Church parlors Thursday evening. A.
D. Whitney, M. E. Shodd and It. .1. Cl.ites
attended a Masonic meotlng In Enosbura
Monday evening. O. T. Wright has been
awarded the contract for catrjlag llio
mall from here to North fhcldun tho
coming four years and Henry Hablmrd
has tho Morses Line route.
c. c. rirlggs "f Ilurllngton has been
spending a few days nt Henry Hubbard's,
returning home Saturday. Miss Price re
turned 'I hursday after spending n few
days at her home in Middlesex. Mrs.
Mln.i Murphy of Hnrdwkk, Mrs. Inez
Hell and d.auirliter of St. Albans woro
called here Feb. 13 by tho illness ot
their mother, Mrs Laura Yates, who hos
Piu umonin. The Hev. J. C. l.atigronl and
daughter started for their homo In North
Rose, N. V., Thursday.- A. J- Mngnaiit
la at homo from Hanover. N. II. Miss
May llooghaboom of Ahornuhy's storo
In Hurllngton l.s sp. n.ling two weeks with
her motlii.r, Mrs. Maud llooghaboom.
Mrs. C. W. c.ate.s and son, Wlnslaw, went
to Hurllngton to attend the F. V. M.
knke walk. Prln. II. it. Cowles has been
engage il for another year, Tho Friday
Afternoon club met with Miss Ella lian
dall last week.
Mrs. Charles Hubbell Is visiting her
father, Ceorge McN.ill. Mlnss Edith
Howard and Jessie Southard of Ilurllnir
ton passed Saturday and Sum'.ay with
their parents. M. L. Hicks and Oeorgo
Lawton were In Ilurllngton Saturday,
making thu trip In Mr. Hicks' automo
bile. Fire on one nf the electilc light
poles In front of Mr. Donaldson's Satur
day evening caused trouble with the elec
tric lights for a short time. A. Carpen
ter of Cambridge is in town doing plumb
lng for C. C. Olllett. Mrs. Wilmer White,
Merrill at the lllgwooil
i l. c l.luwood'H hardware store and
ti rrtu.t one with tho Sherwin Electric
it r, pm of Burlington
h , i Mr.
Miss P. Ma'tlmoro closed another suc
cessful t mi of school in the Locko dls
trbt Primary l.-Mrs. Ellen Phillips re
turned trim South H.irre Saturdny.-Mlss
Lirnico Inll of Cambridge visited her
parents Mr and Mrs. Nelson Hall, over
K. ml iv c, W Kellogg Is in Harre.-Mr.
and Mf J K. Carr of Itlchmond wero In
town S.indax guests of J!r. and Mrs.
J O. Hol.onnon. Mrs. Fold died Mon
flav aft. r a shoit lUnoss with pneumonia.
K La, aillade has tile nuill route be-
twefii We t Polton and Jonesvillo for
tour years more -Miss Ethel Mlnckler,
who has 'if n In Jonesvillo two weeks,
Daughters met We.l-
nt the home ot Ml.-s Sarah Com
...,. Mrs Walter Ahlrlch returned
v,,m' th, M.uv Fletcher hospital Sntur
day mil Ii Improved In health. -Mr. and
Ml'".. L. W. Hutk r retuiiud from illgli-
fi ,t l-'ndav, win re tnry were riiuiu u
.i.r a, ith of his mother two weeks ago
bury marble are being reielved at tho
llnrnev marble mill.
MIbs Bertha Forty Is passing n vaca-
Fiances Wlllnr.l memorial senlce In the tl"" at her liome.-MIss Z.i Demnr of
cainiuiilgii Is passing a two weeks vaca
tion nt llie home nf h.r pa-.uis, Mr. und
Mrs. (leorgo Demur. The condition ot
Mri,. it. O Ili.ks Is not as f.a.ii-ahlo.
Miss Leila Mnrra Is 111 w.tn pneu
monia. William Lcppi r l Iveil ,-liKht
lnjuiles while lulling logs for Nelson Hull
& Co. Tin sday. Mrs. Clarence Combs ot
Rlchford is visiting at the home of 13. W.
Combs. The Daraca class ot the Mcth-
list Episcopal Chinch will meet with
Methodist Church Thur.-iUy evening,
February 2". at "::'A An Interesting pro
gram is being prepared. After the pro
ginm a social hour will be enjoyed, with
light refreshments. Wilbur Shattuck an!
family will move to Itlchmond, where Mr.
Shattuck has taken . farm. Miss Hazel
Cnssldj was at homo from Ooddnid Semi
nary over Sunday. E. II. Read, who has
blood poisoning, Is Improving.
Mrs. Truman Hurrltt was taken to the
Mary Fletcher hospital Monday for an
operation. Dr. W. Ii. Htukness of Mont-
pelk r wns ill town Monday, called here Mni, E. W Combs Wednesday evening.
who lias been ill, was able to come to her
ing-.Mi. und Mrs. Isiael Hawkins spent ,UMV honio in the village Sunday.-Town
Itepresentative and Mrs. II. I-:. Hunt aie
.Sunday witli Mr. and Mrs. D. H. T. Horth
wlck. Mrs. W. P. Sliangraw pa.ssed the
week-end with her daughter, Mrs. W. It.
Itos-sler, who Is seriously ill with pneumonia.
at homo from Montpelier. Frank Hunt
and James llotcliklss were at lump over
Sunday from Hurllngton. Mrs. P. It. Cur
ley is ill. John Shcn has returned from
Troy, N. Y., where he received medical
tieatment and visited his mother and cis
tern. Mr. and Mrs. F. S. MarUn of
V. E. Burt of Burlington 'i .
nominal coiutidoiMtlon liie l
r.orth of Perlcy's hltiek to 1
tain, who will move his shi i
near future. Mr. and Mrs- , J
are soon to begin house ; n
j tenement of E. F. lireen v, m
rill, II. V. Kimball and A, A, .
tended tho State bankers' -:r .
Kutland Fridny.-J. A. C.i.n
.Semsoiivllle Friday to att i .
, ot Mrs. Heman Johnson, i.
10 after a short liln.-s-L w n
Ilesldo her husband, Mrs. ,iobi
vlvcd by two hoiis, John -i l i. ,
a daughter, Mrs. Clarenc. M
lng in town. Another
Abram White, lives In Su (. ,,
('. J. I'eterson was the o!
mnn. Burlni was in i i .
McLeod went to Hardwlcl 1 .
he will have his future h in,
I.eod and niece, Miss '. js. r, '
Omnby, Que., for a lew ,' ,
yoJng child of Oeorgr- Tn n, I
villi-, which has be n s'
whooping cough and i. ,,
monln, 1. i- p rt. d us a 1, ;,
Mrs. W. (S. ilntehlnson 6 ii.
William of St. Albans n,
Saturday afternoon a fter ! -.
with Mrs. Hutchinson's in,,
Kmllv Forsythe. F. W. i
was badly Injured a few .
I illl'ig down cellar in Or- ,v
is Improving slowl. Mr
Is slightly improved aft r '
confinement with the grin . i
C. II. Stratton, It. W. C 1
llolden wero the rurnl i :
tended the annual count
Swanton Saturday. Miss .i
of West Berkshire gave
1 artment a straw ride i- n .
Domar of Burlington w.i-
ily hero over Sunday. h
was operated on at Ills hi n ,
and Is doing as well as c.i il
Miss Marjorie, dnughtei '
of Berkshire, was opet. .
for tho removal ot a fa U
returned to her home S i i
Gardner. CTvdu Burleson '
and Merrltt Irish were in H i
day, where they attended th
Mrs. Cllles Saytes Ls In W u
whero sho was called by tlv i
l-.tss of her mother, Mrs K- ui '
O. Merrill and daughter, . I.1--
In St. Albuns Friday. .'-- '
to Hmllngton also for a i ,
The Franklin county i r
rlers held tie ir annual m
ton Saturday with a 2 I
The following otliceis wei '
v I r
w u. 1
Ills futlur, J- E. liutler, camo with I"-4'" I daughter, Helen, spent Sunday with Mrs;
for an indefinite stay.-i'tio vermoin. cm
Etr'ftion company of Ilurllngton has
placed a lire rscapo on the guided sclio ,1
)ju d'ng in District No. l.-Mr. and Mis
y. t I h m are In MrchanicBvUlo for 10
,1 f v Hi thiir daughter. Mrs. W. B.
Pratt-- Sons weie born last week to Mr.
nnd Mrs Ernest Chittenden and -Mr.
nnd Mrs. L. F. nirliaidson.-Mrs. J. J
Van Si Kim, who has been confined to a
wheel chair the past two years with ti
broken k. is not as well of late.
TtK L,.dii ' Aid had a sociable at
the vestry Wednesday evening. Char
lotte oiche-tra played and refresh
jicnt'i wii- s. rved. John Mndlson ls
111 v ith piiiuinonla.-Clirlstlnl C.ullek Is
nt borne from teaching in Essex. Their
w.is 10 pi milling Sunday on nccount of
th. Hints" of the It.-v. Mr. OuIlcK. Mr.
nnd Mrs. It. Ii. Smith and Mr. and Mrs,
J. S. AMI" 'TO were III Jericho last worn
to atiind the meeting of tho Pomona
Oi an, c,
Slim on Muid, uge.l years, died
la.-t week Tuesday night. Ho hud been
In failib-T health for a long time. Mr.
M. id wiF the oldest resident of I'nder
lilll He leaves two sons, Drlbert or
Bal, r."li-ld, und cvius of tills plnce, with
wh im 1- h id been living, and a dungh
trr, Mr Luna Burnett, ulso of this place.
Th' fmi. 1 il was he'd Friday afternon nt
one o 1" '
Mrp LlUabelh Tllllson and Mis. F. P.
TlM'Min were 1 ailed to Mnirllllo Tlmrs
fluy bv the .rri Illness of Jed Tllllson.
James O'Neil ls at home. JIk, James
O'Nfli luiB Just rrtiirnetl from Canton,
N Y tleoigc Olio nnd t-on, Hervcy, of
Bolton weie at Mrs. Electa Olio's Thurs
day Ml,- s Story of Cambridge 1 at Mrs
Jl, IlorkwotKl'R.- .ludgo Palmer was
,1. A. Youngs, Miss Beralco 1'arker, a
student In inddleluiry College, and 11
stepson, Balph T. Lane, lie also loaves
seven brothers and sisters. Mr. I'arner
was associated with O. S. Nichols under
the firm nanio of Nichols ,i Purker, well-
known contractors of this part of tno
State. Mr. Puiker's ability In his chosen
lino of work, Ills sterling Integrity, his
genial temper und his readiness to be of
service won for him tho contldence and
affection of a largo circle of fi lends. In
1D09 he unite d with thu Congregational
Church of tills place. Ho was a member
of Klhun Alkn Lodge, F. & A. "I.,
Knights of Pythias and Bethany Lodge,
(I. K. S. The funeral was held nt
the Congregational Church Wednesday
nfii 1 noon at 2:) o'clock with Masonic
si i vlee at the grave.
A -leiiatlon party will be given tho ltev.
W. W. Smith at the parsonago Friday
afternoon and evening. Mr and Mrs.
Maitin Fowler expect to move iiitojment in Itlchmond. Mrs. Heath, mother
Clarke- Wright's house recently vacated 0f Mrs. lien it Biggs, died at the home
by Chi st. 1 Button. llobert Thompson fell f the latter Sunday afternoon. The Itev.
while cmlng out of tho barn Tuesday j H. A. Duifee of Burlington will preach
and badly Injured his ankle. Schools In hero Sunday at tho usual hour. The Itev.
town ilocd Friday for tho spring vara- Herbert C. Kemp, who has been pastor
tion. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Anurnws an.i here for six yesrs, closed his labors
Mr.". Maud Llojd Is critically 111 at her
1. . 1 It'llll..,,, l.l,l. .11 u ..Dt
' 7 ' ,, " " , . I,, , I Georgia passed Sunday with Mr. ami Mrs
lng her broth, r In Jefeisonvllle, called.,. " ,,... n.in... ,.1-,.. ,.f ih.
there by the illness of her father., Peter . - wln meet Friday evening with " Went. C. II. Stntt..,..
d;tllie. .lll?i. 111. ',e i ,ii,ie iin- ami ju.'iih
son of Bakersfleld, who hue been 111 with
( measles nt the homo of Mrs. Marcetto's
1 1 a rents. Mr. nntl Mrs. T. Nolan, are Im-
proving rapidly and will soon return
'.".:r"r. in the Methodist Episcopal
glllS Ot llie l.piSCOpUl lliurcil on lu'J iukiil 1 ,
jcur cliicken-iile supper and operetta will
be given In B. F. A. ball thlt evening
The Lamoille Itlver district Sunday
school association held Its semi-annual
by the Illness of his sister, Mr.'. Hurrltt,
The Frances Wlllard memorial W C.
T U. meeting will bo held it the Meth
e dist Cliurch Thursday evening.- The
school nt Mechanlcsville, taught by Miss
Margaret McICenzle, closed February 14.
Thoso perfect In attendance wero Lynn
Patrick, Verne Patrick and Cnrulino
Cornelius IlolbrooU died nt his home
Sunday afternoon after an Illness of sov
crnl weeks with Blight's disease, aged
Tl years. He belong, d to the Sth Vermont
Volunteers, having served four years in
the war. He leaves besld-s a wife, ono
brother nnd a son, Henry of Toronto. Can.,
and Frnnk of Kssex, and one daughter,
Miss Vina Holbrook of Itlchmond. Tim
funeral was held Wednesday morning
at the hoti3c nt nine o'clock, with Inter
John Morw.iy. who hn been 111, Is hotter.
-Deputy Sheriff L. P. Martin is In Bur
lington for a f-w- days Mrs. Iwls Sho
rr went to Three Mm-i-s, Mass., Wed
nesday to see h. r son, w ho Is seriously 111
Donald Falrchlld, who has been spend
ing a few days in Montpelier, has return
ed home. Senatli Soule of Cambridge ls
spending her vacation at her home hero.
John Mb y of Sheldon spent .1 few
days In town this week. Joseph Perry
who has been confined to the house for
soma time, is able to he out again. II.
Allen Soule has returned from Cambridge
wheie lie has been working. Mrs. Seth
Searles, who fell down the cellar sljlr.1
of Washington's birthday was a success,
?'i being realized. The sum will be given
for missionary work and will be given
Chuich Tuesday afternoon nnd evening.
There was a good attendance and ublu
speakers. C. F. Smith of Biiigiininville,
Fletcher Is visiting hl.s grnu.
li. W. Burlcson.Kugene II. Burle
sun is in Burlington, called thero
as one of the petit jurors of district
court. Mrs. Leo Hooney, who has been
111 with the grip, is much better. A. P.
Wright Is ill and conilncd to tho house.
Tho entertainment by tho school will be
given in the U.iun.-y district Friday even
ing. Miss Be ulali Hooney is the teacher.
A. J. Pomeroy ha.s been assisting with
tlie work at the creamery for several
days. Karl McCol, cheesemaker, ls at
! work In the creamery and boarding twin
1 Mr. und Mrs. J. C. Davis.
backwards. Is considered somewhat bet- RICHFORD.
tor. Mrs. Oeorgo Nye is spending a few! . . ,, ,..,, ,.,,.
days In St. Albans.-Mr. and Mrs. Peter annual report of the Mchfonl ow 1.
Perry .-pent Sundav In Sheldon-Mrs. omce-rH lor the year ending Febu al
Charles Washer was called to Sheldon 1 ' 1110 1,nnl,!i of llm l'u,"y,',K " ,U'n
Junction bv the Illness of her mother.- 1 lllt' B',uw" ,m" 01 t,u'
Ell Bovat of Highgato was In town Tiles- , cW.'C items t.. bo as follows Permanent
day.-John Sili.n.'. n fornid- resident ol U.-X.S: bridges, 7T..F.. ; winter
with the proceVdsof the gills' Lentenwork President f the asso, iation. presided ami
c,t Easter.-Oeorge W. Burleson. Jnd. of , t" -v. W. S Boa.dmai, was appointed
Is visiting hl.s grandmother. Mrs. secretary pro u-.... ' ;.-"
Elk 11 Day.
C. E. White Is In Mnlne this week.
Nelson lUchnrd was In this place Feb
riiary and it.: Minnie. Sliean was at
homo from Burlington over Sunday.
Thu fiineia) of Jay Clark was held Sun
day ufteinoon at one o'clock at his
home In East I'hailotto with a very large
attendance. The ltev. Thomas Davison
ntllelutcd. Tlie lieanrs were llalpli Clark,
Milton cinrk, Oilman Foote nnd Charles
Foole. There wen- many beautiful floral
e.ffcrlrms. The burial was in tho East
Hurl Aycr was in Milton the last of Uu
week on business. Mrs. M. W. Hlnsdalu
and daughter, .Mildred, .pent Saturday
In liurlliiKton. Mr. Obed Clough Is abh
to Ini out atier being conilncd to the
housu by Illness for 11 few days. Miss
Bessie Wllllnger Is passing a. week with
Mr. and Mrs Finest Iluussman In Char
Mr. .Inrvls has bought tho faun known
,i the Walker pla. e, owned by Frank
Talrott. lie will take possession next
month. Orunt Mlliv, who has been earn-
lng on the farm the past year, bought 11
pluce here In the village Mr. Henry
Hurt while going for a pull of water at
her well Sunday morning slipped und fell,
hitting her head on tlie well curb, cutting
1111 Inch guBh.-Mi. 11111I Mrs. A. E. Pueo
was out of town Monday. Ml", and 3Ir.
Floyd Putnam have returned from thorn
wi-dillng trip Itoliei t Aims, who has
been ill, Is gaining Mod of the schools
In town clos. d tlie winte r term Friday.
Sunday. Mrs Nettle Pitch Is spending
a few days In Enosburg with Mr. and
Mrs. Stanley Saylcs. Ira. L. Morso of
Jeff orson vlllo wns a guest nt O. M. Nor
ton's over Sunday. Mrs. Mack Alger will
entritnln the next meeting of the King's
Daughters, March S. Letters uncalled ror
aro addrcBsed to, Harvey Hill, Mlns Char
lotte Hale and Fred ltobeits.
Mrs. C. C. Osborne, wno has been
seriously 111 with acute Indigestion, !s im
this town, now of Worn --tor, Mass., Is In
William Lovlck, employe. for 1 everal
years by the Barney Marble company,
died Wednesday Feb. is of typhoid pneu
monia, ng.-d if years. He had been con
plaining of illness lor s.ime days, but re
mulneel at work until just a week before
he, died, lie leaves j, wife, who is
critically III. Mr. Levkk was 1111 electilclun
loads. JI31.51; town oiueers" salaries,
?:,",1.3I; runts, Jl; Interest paid, 5013.40;
orders drawn by overseer of tho poor,
SDlS.tO; school directors' orders, J12,:7.S'i.
The town tiensurcr shows the Indebted
ness of tho town to bo ?Ui,71u.Sl madu
up us follows: Town bonds, K'.WO; due
Statu for 17. S. deposit money, JI.713.S1;
money hired by selectmen, Jtl.iM); with
cash on hand of $51.71. Unpaid taxes and
laud rents bring the resources to 553S.H)
During tho year tho so-called llo.atlng
nnd the llrsi si.porlntendonl In charge of indebtedness Increased from J3.4iVS.iM to
iswauton's m uilcipal electric lighting . J5.17C.3 but onu town bond of SI,') was
plant at Hlghgate. Ho held thu position paid, leaving tho nut Increase of indebted-
:iwu re- ness J1.01U.70. The auditors recommenu a
Twenty members or Bellevuo Chapter.
Daughteis of the American Itevoliitlon,
relebinted Washington's birthday by hav
ing dinner at llie Colonial inn Hutuiduy
evi nliig at seven o'clock. Miss Clinriino
I'elton, pianist, 1.11.I Uobcit l'"eltou, vlo
1 1 1 1 Is t , liirnlslied music. The tables worn
tastefully decorated with lings.
Arrangement have been made by tho
llrm of ltlchardson, Twlgg ,. Co., the
entire- stock of which wus announced to
have been purchased by William Doolln,
whereby the co-pnrtiieislilp of Mr. Doolln
and O. P. Twlsg will be continued us for
meily. Mr. Twlgg lias sold sir. Doo'.ln
rnougli of the stork so that lie now owns
n one-half intenst In the business. Mr.
Doolln will continue. In charge of tho
t.toni and Mr. Twlgg in charge of thu
C. E. Soule, who recently resigned as
superintendent of tho Centiul Vermont
Itnllwuy company, bus been presented
with several lmndaonie gifts by some ot
his nillway associates here The indenta
tion was made by Kilward T. Hm k when
a parlv of the former superintendent'!-
for several yeais. The annual town
port for Bwanton Indicates a satisfactory
condition of alfairs. The indobtednesH
shows a dccriMso of over $j,0uu .luring
lust year. Tlie railroud bonds, originally
7ti,(X), ure now down to $i2,(X und aro
being reduce"! t3.fK) per year. Tlie select
men recommend a tux of y'u . ents on thn
dollar ot tho grand llBt. Tlie highways
cost $1,673. T'.ic pour, Ipiludliig tho poor
hoiis) asso. Iation, assessment cost Sd.B'd;
remefery, l"B; schools, $H,:'S; fop dam
age by dogs,
Jny Limibia and Boy KliuiHley hnve
been Ill.-Mrs. W. .1. Wright is 111 Fair
fax. Tlie Lev. S. B. Maconiher, who has
been 111. Is irpoited bettor. Hlias Twist
of Lowell was In town Frldio and Satur-day.-isra.l
Touclntto uf Henrgla Is In
towli.-Tlic .Metliodlst society of tlie vil
lage held a sugnr social at Ernest
Combs' l:- s- 'right's farm I'rld.iy
ovrnlng-Mr. Burt and daughter, Miss
Claiu Buit, of llclvldere Center are
spending " ow ''"y wlUl M'". Adah
Hdlhiook A son was recently horn to
Mr. anil Mrs. Chester Lnplnnt. Si-s. II.
It. 1'ioi-k of Itlclifonl Is at liouir, railed
here l' ""' 'lll"' "f her mother, Mrs.
lames McDonald. .Mr and Mrs. Frcii
Nrwclty have returned from Mori Isvllle,
wlnie ttuy spent several days Mrs II.
jj Mnrcv of Itlc-bford Is In town visiting
tax ot -00 cents on a dollar of tho grand
llht to nice' expenses for the coming
year and to pay 0110 bond of 1,0C
Mre. Cordelia Hunter, aged over 70
years, died ot pnoumonia Friday after
noon, after an Illness of only n few days.
Sho Is survived by nni daughter, Miss
Dora Hunter, and one brother, L. M.
Iiukes, of Hlghgnte. Mrs. Hunter had
been confined for a long time, being a
sutreicr from rheumatism. Harold Lock-
tin is nt homo from Mlddlebury College
recovering from n severe attack of the
grip. Henry W. McKcniu-y Is conilncd to
tho house with an nbpeess In the groin,
an aftermath of a mtlroa.1 Injury. Tho
King's Daughters met with Mrs.
liinry II. c.milngs Wednesday afternoon
at J;"0 o'clock. Thomas linns', has so far
lecovend from nil attack ot the grip as
to be out ngnlu after being conilncd noout
two weeks. Vhe condition of II. M.
jM'iidnll, who Is 111 with pneumonia, con-
tlnuis critical. Itlchford Lodge, Knights
of Pythias, will glvo 11 minstrel ent-rlalu-nieut
ln.yci;ipcra.liall March as and Ll.. A
pastpoueil meeting of tho Men's Oiilld ot
St. Ann's Church was held at the homo
of Capt. A .1. .Merrill Tuesday evening.
; C. Stowell of East Berkshire has re
ipencil the old Piianeiif blacksnillll slioj
on Tiny street, which has In en closed
for wuno time. "How lh other Half
I'alrfleld, county president, rend the con
stltutlou that i- being adopted by tho
other districts In the county and ll was
unanimously n.loptcd bv the association.
Tho ltev. F. W. Day of Franklin spoke
on organized work. Dr. Durfee on the
"teen" age and Miss Ellon 11. Wagner
on Intermediate class work. After a re
pot t from the dlflerent schools supper
was served in tlie vestiy to the speakers
nnd visiting delegntes. Ir. the evening
Principal J. E. Cilburn gac a short
address and Dr. Duifee closed the veil
ing's program with an addresB on "De
cision for Christ In Tills Age.'' During
the afternoon Mrs. W. S. Boardm.ui sang
a solo and In the evening Miss llentrire
.Marvin and 1". 0. Chcirier sang a diet
Tin- reporter was misinformed in itgarii
to tho birth of .1 son to Mr. nnd Mrs.
Carl Lane of Fpringlleld. It was to Mr.
Lane's linlf-brotli.-r, who resides In ilie
west Pago Uffoul of llde Fuik is visit
ing his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William
Ufford. C. C. Tobln of Waterville, who
lias boon visiting his sister. Mrs. A. E.
Southard, has returned home Mrs. E.
C. Nash of Burlington passed Sunday
with her father S E. Wilson. Nows has
been received of tho death February li)
in St. Louis, Mo., of Mlldied Bishop,
aged 13, only daughter of Cyrus Bishop
and Emma Drew Bishop, who formerly
resided here, Sha waB 111 but a short
time with convulsions. Besides her
parcntn she Is survived by emo brother.
She was n nleco of Dr, U. C. Drew of
Butllngton. Mr. and Mrs. C. 11. Brush
attended the funeinl of a 1 dative In
Tho 'West Bcrkshlro cemetery associa
tion held Its annual meiiing F. ' ruury
17 nnd elected the folki.lng otfkeis:
President, J. J. MiCnith, seeietarv, C.
A. Ewlns; treasurer, B. J. Chat fee. col
lector, D. E. Weld; chairman of trustees,
II. II. Chaffee. SIis. Walker of Concnrd,
N. If., lsited her brother, F. C. Rogers
Sunday. Cl.ilr Dei by, who has be en pass
ing several weeks with his patents, Sir.
and Mrs. A. C. Derby, went to Farming
ton, Conn., Thursday to visit his hi 01 in r,
A. I Derby, and from their will mum
to hU home In Sentinel Butte, .. D.
.Mr. and Mis W. L. Tlllotson weto In
Falls; secretary, L.
ford, treasurer, C
Falls; executive c
laud of Fairfax,
gate Center, J. W. 1 t.
held, delegate to the S
with power to choose hi
O. W. Holden. The next
held In St. Albans Fehr
L. Ovitt returned from 1
having purchased fiom t
Telephone company the
of Craftsbury, which wil
lines of the Citizens' coi ' 111
llle.-Mlss Ellen II. Wa it - w -over
Sunday of Mrs. A. J. c M
fourth quarterly confer.-1 e -f 1
odlst Church will be hel i F '
nt eight o'clock.
The body of Mrs. Ben am"
merly of this town, w - 1"
Tuesday from Marlboro. M 1-.
d'e.l Sunday morning. H .' . .
John Courtney, accomi ir 1
here. Mrs. Pray was 73 111
had lived In Marlboro t" H' -She
was taken ill with 1 m
day. The funeral win ' '
c Imrcli at West Enosbi
eleven o'clock, the ltev. '1
clntlng.-Mrs. R. II. Sw "
ing fiom an Illness of ! in '
Gleason is out from a t mi
with the grip Edward J '1' .
covered from the grip uilb
turn to school. W. J. it, u-i
gaining strength after br ak
ribs In a fall some weel iu
mond l.s nUo improvid i-tir s v
weeks of Illness. Ft oil To,i . wi.a ii
been ill two weeks wit 1 th- up e tl
homo of his sister, Mrs. L H P .11 f
hns so far recovered tint bis ,m 1 r
returned to her home i 1 So i , Frank.
Owing to the llln&ss of Ms.- Iril
Miss Grace Wulbrldgc lias b. , n
ing her place In tho Urn "rim .r 1 n 1
Ilurlie A. Bashaw has rr--im. 1 h,s
Hon at the Kendall coinpiir s p, w r f.
lion, which has been filled t 1 E. La
llame during the sev- n w , ks of Mr
Bashaw's illness with rheum-it1.' f--er
W. U. SleFceters, who has 1-, , n tn Gover
nor Fletcher's olllco durlin; tae s s mr
and Mr. SleFceters returnxl 1
peller the llrst of the wi U V' r
son ot Farnham, Qui . 1.- i
brother-in-law, J. A. Jla,i. a r
Mr. and .Mrs. J SI. ourg - 1
from rooms on Church tu ' 1 "1
of the late Mrs. SI C. ,t. it '
street.-Thn ltev. W. 1 1' . 1
tuwn over Monday iiL-ht a
Hev. F. D. Miller we it 1
Tuesday to attend a nni
s. ntiitlvrs from the Ed- ,
of the county In the Inn i' -
cia.v choois.-i.. L. Slnrsh is
ton attending the moi tins
week nt the university.
.1 K'ont lWlev nf I'lillnlil-
' r 1 r
1 the Sun
a turi 11 ,
Sheldon Snturdiiv. Sirs. Luella Menard visiting his parent, SI . and Mrs M 1
of I'alrlleld l.s visiting In town - James
Pel kins of St. Albans spent Sunday with
his parents. .Miss Oeitrtulo Brady ot
Brandon visited her sisters over Sunday.
Sirs. S. 0. Tlllotson Is 111 with the grip.
-II. A. Churchill ts III.
Albeit Curt In, who was 'operated upon
for hernia nearly two weoks ago at tho
iit. Albans hospital, was bioughi in his
Perluy. Sir. W E. Perln 11 1 , 111 r, 1
ls also a guest in tile sain, 1 , v J S
Pomuroy visited the fun 11 n i-t Hnrvoy
Grave Tuesday and Wedin'sdav
homo In the Jackson district Monday and j crcd!
To wutTi-Miiiiviirs there aro no unim
portant "Help Wamteil" nils prlntedl
Thoro are many that huve to bo elimi
nated when it comes to answering thesa
alls for help -hut all mst bo consliU