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fTHE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS AND TIMES: THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1920
Advertising In lh!s column
one cent a word each in
sertion. Copy may be
changed every week. Cash
in advance required. No
advertisement taken which
is less than 12 words, two
lines. Special terms to ad
vertisers using from 250 to
1,000 lines within 12 con
WANTED flock to posture, big run, pond
feed on hleh Innrl with geod fences for
horses nr cattle, plenty of wnter. Inquire
of U D. Incalls, 11. P. I). 3, Urnmloii,
llBLIAHI.U aim, wnnted for general limine
worlci tin wimhlngii; reference! retiulred.
(11 Hast Allen St, AVInoo-UI. T.w.tf
CaIIUTAKKII for ynung children wanted.
Apply Matron, Home for Destitute t'hll
WANTKD At Fletcher Qunrry, Woodbury
Vt , open shop tiuarry from March 1, i'.2ti,
wanton now two coinpleto derrick crown.
I h.ivo a cencrnl storo and furnish coeds
to men In my employ at wholesale prices,
houses rent at SS.oo to Jin per month.
Furface quarry and Rood machinery.
Write for more Information and stato
our experience In a Kratilte quarry or
marble quarry. Will hire a few appren
tices. 13, R. rietcher, Woodbury. Vt.
RTnni.. l'l.V MIPTTI.K, rag rarpet loom
for sale Hose si. UMt.w.lt
TWO ST A N D"l NO it A HNS for s?Te, nno
."OvPfl ft., two tlonrs. one to ft, Imo
menls to both, ccod condltlun; will sell
standing or will talto down and ship to
nearest station and set up elsewhere.
Write P. O. Box 311, Hardwlck. Vt
POULTRY AND SUPPLIES
felNOI.K COMB Khnde IkI.iihI ItVd linby
chicks from heavy winter laying, dark
red. pure-bred stock, 'J."c each. M. H.
Silver. Chateaucay, .V. V. HR.!)t,w,lt
PPI.PWOOP WANTHD Will pay thn high
est price for pulpwnod. peeled spruce and
balsam, peeled poplar, peeled banwnod,
peeled soft maple and .peeled birch deliv
ered In the fall of 10211 and spring ut
ML'l The poplar, maple, hasswood and
birch on the I), & M. and r. V. In Ver
mont, on the Rutland from Hiirllngtnn to
Rutland and from Rutland to Pmnlngtnn
and D. A- II. Hacle IlrkU-e Division also
D. A- ! from Rutland to Whitehall. The
spruce and balsam I will take anywhere
In Vermont and New Hainphlre. All tho
above wood to be under contract. Apply
to W. U. Tlndale, Keesevllle, X y,
For Sale or To Rent
Attrnctlvo property at Cedar Beach,
Charlotte. House, barn, Ice-house, dock,
about 12 acrcB of woodland.
For full particulars Inquire of Mrs.
W. J. Van Patten, 433 So. Union St.,
HAPPENINGS' IN VERMONT "
(Continued from pnee one.)
Tho plcco of stone mad on Colleen
street which has been In course of re
building for tlireo weeks, bus been com
pleted and tho road has been opened lo
traffic. A small plcco of connecting road
was also built on tho south i;nd of Wey.
brldgo street, and tho new rollout- street
road. Mrs. Kllcn Wright lias re
turned to Burlington after a week
In her former homo town here John SIo
Cormack Is recovering from tho effects
of a wrench to one hip which ho pot a
week ago while at his work at the .Marble
mill. Ho Is now ablo lo bo about sonio
but Is not yet ablo to go back to his
work. Messrs. Thomas Duffy and John
Gould of Montpellcr arc In town for a
stay of an Indellnlto length and may de
cide to mako Midrtlcbury their permanent
homo for tho future. Additional sums
are being mado dally to tho fund for tho
new children's summer playground and
there now seems to bo little if any doubt
that the amount contributed will bo
sufficient to furnish and Install the ncccs
tary equipment. Mrs, Ransom S. Hcnodlct
of Proclor, for many years a well-known
resident of this town. Is visiting rela
tives in Middlehury and Rrldporl. John
M. Cullender of New York ami his sis
ter, Mrs. Cornelius Franklin of Brooklyn,
are In town for a visit of live or six weeks.
Mrs. P. II. Dillon hnx gone to Florence
for a few weeks" visit with her daugh
ter. Mrs. Benjamin Wlmmotto. MIsh
Lclla Winchester lias returned from
North Rupert, where sho lias been mak
ing a week's stay with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. if. II. Winchester. Mr. and
Mrs. Carleton Rudgo of Cambridge. Mass.,
are In town for a two weeks' visit to
friends. Mr. and Mrs. Charles S, Bald
win and their niece, Miss Winona .Mar
shall, have returned to 1'nrt Henry, N. Y
after a four weeks' visit with friends In
town. The Illness of Mrs. P. L. Doroy,
who has been confined to her home for
several weeks, has becomo serious,
The district convention of tho Knights of
rythlan held hern Friday evening with
Plerpont Lodge, No, 37, was largely at
tended, over 110 visiting Knights from j
Rutland, Brandon nnd Mlddlobtiry be- ,
ing present. Before tho meeting an elali-
orate supper was scrven ai mo Miatn in-
nustnai hcnooi to tno visitors and mom- M, held at Horticultural hall In that
bora of the local lodge, all of whom ex- ,.lty M o, nnd o.-Mr. and Mrs.
pressed themselves as highly pleased with r.eorgo II Sloan hnvo leturned to Wor
tho Bumptious supper served and tho 1 ,.estpr Mnss., after a visit to his sisters,
scrvlco rendered. The meeting was held nHir nplin,id. Mrs. Louis Renaud.
at City Hall directly after supper and tho I
third rank exemplified by a class of n
candldatcs by Ihn crack degree team of
Rutland Lodge. Tho arrangements of the
mectlng were under the direction of DIs-
triei uranci uepmy j.ovi r. .Miner oi uui-
land. At tho close of tho conferring of tho
degree, a social hour was hold and re
marks wero made, by Grand Chancellor
N. A. Norton nf Lyndonvllle, Vice-Grand
Chancellor James N. Gall of Barre, Past
Grand Chancellor Levi F. Miner of Rut
land and Grand Master of Arms P. 13,
Crane of Middlehury, all of whom ex
pressed themselves as highly pleased with
jho hearty reception accorded thorn and
tho successful meeting hold. During tho
year thero has been n largo Increase In
tho membership of Rutland, Brandon and
Vergcnnes Lodges and all report a pros
perous outlook for tho order for tho
coming year. The committee from tho lo
cal lodgo on arrangements for tho meet
ing wcrci 0, A. Beach, O, R, Slack and
II. C. Herrlek nnd the committee on re
ception wero A. W Norton, Dr. C. II.
,.Colo and A, R. Haven.
irtCjirlo Ware of .WorccsUr,
lis visiting his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Eloazar Wnro. Mr. nnd Mrs.
Melvln Morgan have returned from Man
chester, Mr. Morgan 'having resigned his
position thero Willi tho Metropolitan Life
Insurance company. lie lias taken a
position In tho storo of Chamberlain,
Footo & Co., nnd has rented rooms In
tho Robert Hudson tenement lately
occupied by Mrs. Julia Chambers. Mrs.
II, C. llcrrlck spent tho week-end In
Mlddlobtiry with hor sifters, the Misses
Ada nnd Jcnnlo Brlslol. Miss Stella Tur
ner of Ferrlsburg visited Mrs. K. A.
Leo Saturday. Harold Goodoro has re
turned to Toledo, Ohio, after a visit
to his mother, Mrs. May Goodere. Wil
liam Ilorsford of Chnrlotto visited his
brother. Fred, hero Saturday. The Rev.
G. K. Rohblns of Burlington will deliver
tho Memorial Day address In Vergennos
at tho oxerclses to be held In the opera
houso on the afternoon of Monday, May
31. Mrs. C. 13. M. Calsso haB returned
from Port Honry, N, Y where sho passed
the winter with her sister, Mrs. Julia
Rondeau. Mrs. Calsse will remain for a
whllo at tho home of her niece, Mrs.
Frank Robaro, before opening1 her houso
on Maplo street. Isaac Miller has re
turned from a visit to his son, Edward,
of Rutland, where he attended tho an
nual encampment of the G. A. R. Vor
gennos Post, No. 11, Amerlrnn Legion,
has recently boon presented with a beau
tiful American flag by Soth Wurnor
Chapter, Daughters of the American
Revolution. Frank A. Ross has returned
from Jacksonville, Flo,, whore ho spent
tho winter with his son, Dr. William
Ross, His daughter, Miss Mary, who has
been passing the winter In Rutland, also
has returned and they have opened their
homo on Greene street. Mrs. May Dale,
who Is caring for Mrs. Alice Landon of
New Haven, spent tho week-end at her
rooms at tho home of Miss Fannie M.
Brockcnrldge, Miss Nellie Drlscoll taking
her place during her absence,
The funeral of Mrs. Adeline Dalgneault,
widow of Joseph Dalgneault, was held
Tuesday morning at St. Peter's Church,
tho ltov. I,. A. Vrzlna officiating. The
bearers were four nephews of tho deceas
ed, Foster A. Young, Arthur Sorrell, Her
bert Geo and Hnrvey Dubukc and burial
was in SI. Peter's cemetery. Among those
present from away were: Mrs. A. A. Oliver
of Westport, N. V., F. II. Dalgneault of
Bennington, Waller Dalgneault of North
Oxford, Mass., Mrs. David F. Manning
of Fitchburg, Mass., Mis. Eugene Bodetto
nf Harrison, N. J , Mrs. Frank Perkelt
of Keesevlllo, N. Y., nnd Arthur Jancho
nf Lebanon, N. H. Mrs. Dalgneault died
at tho home of her son, J. L. Dalgneault,
at her former residence on Maplo street
early Sunday morning after an illness
rf many years from nervous complica
tions, aged r$ years. She was the daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs Lewis Geror and In
1S70 was married to Joseph Dalgneault,
who, until his death five years ago con
ducted an extensive, business on the falls
In the manufacture of furniture. To her
were born 11 children, six of whom sur
vive her. The survivors are two daugh
ters, Mrs. A. A. Oliver of Westport, N.
Y and Mrs. Oliver Harrow of Vergennos
and four sons, F. H. Dalgneault of Ben
nington, Waller Dalgneault of North Ox
ford, Mass., John and Foster Dalgneault
nf Vergcniu's; a mother, Mrs. Julia Geror,
n well known former resident of this
place hns made hop home with Mr. and
Mrs. George 1 1, Bora nf Fitchburg, Mass.,
Mrs. sisters, Mrs. David F. Manning and
Mrs. G. II. Bora of Fitchburg nnd Mrs.
George F. Young of Vergennos. Mr. and
Mrs. Carlton D. Bristol have received tho
announcement of tho marriage of their
son, Wyman Bristol, to .Miss Lyle Shewal
ter In Washington, D. C, May 13, by tho
Rev. Harwood Catlln. Tho groom Is a
graduate of the Vergcnnes High School
and of the University of Vermont and
during tho World War was connected with
the V. M, C. A. work. The bride Is a
graduate nurse and saw service In Franco
with the A. 13. F. Mr. nnd Mrs. Bristol
are now on their wedding trip and will
visit Mr. Bristol's parents hero somo
time In June. Mrs. 13. A. Ruggios of
Cloveland, O., Is at the Stevens Houso
for a few days whllo looking after busi
ness connected with tho estate of her
mother, tho lale Mrs. J. O. Walker,
The funeral of Frederick Cyr was held
Tuesday morning at St, Peter's Church,
nnd burial was In St. Peter's cemetery.
.Mr. Cyr was 27 years of age. His death
occurred suddenly Saturday morning at
1:1s home In Proctor. He had been employ
ed In tho Vermont Marble company's ma
chine shop, and about a week ago took ov
er a farm at New Haven, and had prac
tically completed the moving of bis house
hold goods when his death occurred. Ho Is
survived hy his wlfo nnd son. Fish and
llamo Warden II. A. Booth has returned
from Lamoille River, where for three
weeks 1k has been overseeing State sein
ing to piocurn pike fry for stocking tho
streams In tho State. The seining this
season was very successful and several
shipments were obtained. Warden Booth
reports that wherever tho streams havo
been stocked, a great Improvement can
be seen In tho fishing. Ho also says Unit
violations of the fish and game laws aro
decreasing. The Vergennos. Athletic As
sociation of the Vergennos High School
will give a dance Friday evening at City
Hall for the benefit of the high school
baseball team. About f.0 girls of tho Ver
gennos High and Junior School went Sat
urday on a picnic excuslon In automobiles
to Grand View Mountain, with Miss Stev
ens nf tho high school teaching staff as
chaperon. D. 13. Ryan nnd family spent
Sunday In Orwell with Mr. Ryan's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. John Ryan and other rela
tives. At tho Republican caucus Satur
day evening a City Republican Commit
tee was elected as follows: Erwin Graves,
W. II, Wheeler and W. E. Larrow. Miss
Margaret Carpenter of the University of
Vermont visited Mrs. W. J, Thompson
At a meeting nf Jerusalem Chapter, No,
2, R. A. M., Tuesday evening tho M. 13.
M, degree was conferred on a class of
seven candidates. A social hour wob en
Joyed and refioshmcnts served, Mr, and
Mrs. Francis Legg of Worcester, Mass.,
on an auto trip to Montreal were the
guests Monday of Mr. and Mrs. Is. J.
Renaud. Tho body of Mrs. J. O. Walker
wus taken yesterday out of tho vault and
burled in Prospect comctcry.-"I"nlph
Spauldlng hH resigned Ills position in
tho drug storo of Mrs. T. Neville. Mrs.
Nanolcon Rivers has returned from a
visit to her sister, Mrs. Thomas Granger,
of Rutland. District Public Health Nurse
Miss Ruby Irwin left last evening for
Boston to attend as a.lelegato Horn tho
wrcehnes-Wnltlnini Nurse association
tllP conference of the Red Cross Public
Health Nurses of tho New England dlvi
nn(, , ,rniher-ln-law. Nelson J.
; itcmiur1, an(i Mrs, Sloan wero for-
mer W(, known rCHdonro of this place
,,,,, lno tr,, , tllpr n,oiislne.-
M)flB i:ectll Kmlth of Barton Is visiting
, ,,.. ,..,.. T. Npviilo nli MrH. u. a
McGovorn, Kugenu J, Bodetto is niov
lug his family lo tho Mrs. Mary Berry
Scott house on I'3nst street, Lawrence
Panlon, who has been spending a few
days with bis parents, Mr, and Mrs
Alfred Pantnn, has returned to his studies
nt St. Michael's College, Wlnooskl. A
son was born yesterday morning to Mr.
and Mrs. Hdward Krampltz. Miss Ruth
Harrington of tho University of Vermont
ment the week-end with her paronts
Mr. nnd Mrs. John A. llarrlngton. Mr.
and Mrs. J. H. Lavlgne havo roturnod to
Burlington after a visit to Mr. Lavlgne'H
rioter. Mrs. M. II. Daniels. Mrs. Albion
Brown of Newton Highlands. Mass., who
has been visiting tho Misses Ada and
Jennie nrlstol of Middlehury for a WCOK
.,nu the client nf Mr. and Mrs, II. ('
Herrlek Tuesday. Sho will bo remembered
us Mies Rosa Morrill, a frequent visitor
at "The Prospect." Mrs, Henry T.
Booth, who spent tho winter In California
nnd at southern resorts, hns returned to
her homo on Mnplo street. Tho senior
class of tho Vergennos High fjchool
chaperoned by Miss Stovcns hiked to the
Pino grovo of W. W. Bristol Tuesday and
had lunch In the open.
City Theatre, Thursday, May 20, Jack
Plckford In "Bill Appcrson's Boy."
Prices, children lie, ndults 22c.
Tho funeral of Mrs, Martin Barrows,
who died Sunday afternoon at hot
homo In Addison, vas hold yestortlay
morning at St, Peter's Church at 9:30
o'clock. Thorn were many floral tri
butes Including pillows, wreaths and
sprays, Tho bearers were John Don
ley, Albert Larrow. Isaac Mlllor nnd
Patrick Ryan. The burial wan In the
family lot at St. Poter's cemotery thin
city. Those from out of town to attend
tho funeral were Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Lavnlotto of Shelburne, Mrs. Fixjd
Wheeler and two daughters, Marjorle
nnd Marcellno of Bethel, Mr. and Mrs.
Walter J. Ollmond of Burllntrtnn and
Barrows of Springfield,
field, N. ,f
Philip B. Strong of Plain,
will deliver the address bc
Duntcn Pont. O A. R.. at
fore W. C.
2:00 p,'m Sunday. May 30, In Hollcy hall.
Dr. A. M. Norton was taken to the
Mary Fletchor hospital Saturday for treat
ment. Mrs. Daisy Mulllngs spent tho
week-end with 'her daughter, Marlon, In
Middlehury. Miss Ruth Mulllngs spent
Sunday with her sister, Mrs. J. Krnest
O'Brien, In Btlrlington.-F. It, Dlckorman
hns returned from Boston. Miss C. IJ.
Miles of Charlotte was In town Saturdny.
Miss Kntherine Levant went to Bur
lington Saturday to have her collar bone,
which she broke a few weeks ago, reset.
Miss Frances Pearsons of Fairfax wan
In town Saturday. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. A.
Burnham and son. Harry, and Martin
Rider went to Palmer, Mass., Saturday
to attend a funeral of a relative Sunday.
Miss Francos 1-3. Pearsons was at homo
from her school In Hlnesburg over Sun
day. Miss Mildred Morgan was nt homo
from her school In Mlrtdlohury over Sun
day. Mrs. Jessie Stanton has been 111 t'ho
Mr. and Mrs. L. I'. Tracey and daugh
ter, Katherlne, and Julius Tracey of
Addison called on Mrs. Lucy Palmer Sun
day. Norman H. Mott has bought R. W.
IVake's tenement on Garfield street.
Henry Onodro nnd son, Pearl, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Fred Govc of Charlotte and Mr.
and Mrs. A. W. Gove of Middlehury were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Crow Sun
day. V. I. Patnodo nnd family have
moved Into C. C. Currier's houso on
Church street. Dr. nnd Mrs. II. L.
Averill of Middlehury wero guests of
Mrs. Martha Stewart Sunday. The Rev.
I. J. howler and family of Rowley, Mass.,
arrived Monday night. Mr. Fowler has
accepted a call to the First Baptist
Church and begins his pastorate at once.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Preston, Martin
Preston and 1-3. A. Grow of Middlehury
visited at Mrs. Sophia Sherwln's Sunday.
Word has been received that
Miss Flossie M. Qulmby, formerly of this
town. Is to bo married June 1 to Mr.
Dalho of Dowllng Park, Fla. Miss Qulmby
was a graduate of Bristol High School
and Castleton Normal School. After
teaching a few years she went to China
as a missionary from tho Advent Chris
tian Church. Sho remnined there several
years until her health failed and then
die returned to this country. For a few
years sho ha.s been a teacher In an
Advent orphanage In Dowllng Park, Fla.
Mr. Dalho, a former Lutheran preacher,
is a musician and scholar. After their
marriage they will reside In Dowllng
Park. Miss Qulmby's friends are packing
a box and any one wishing to send her a
wedding gift may leave It at Mrs. 13. W.
Varney'a any time this week. Dr. C. K.
Johnson and family were In town Sunday,
Mrs. Amelia Cutting Is ill at tho home
of her daughter, Mrs. F. 13. Manum.
Kverybody is Invited to attend the
meetings of the missionary convention
held this afternoon and evening in tho
Methodist I3plscopal Church. After school
a period will be devoted to the children
nnd the King's Heralds will glvo a little
missionary play. In the evening the young
ladles of the Federated Church will glvo
the pantomime, "O 'Ann Haste." F. H.
Palmer Is attending the meeting of thn
grand bodies of Odd Fellows held In Bur
lington this week. The Outlook club will
meet Friday afternoon with Mrs. ftecbe.
This is a child welfare meeting In charge
of Miss Norton. Mrs. Hill and Mrs. Page.
Miss Tuttle of Rutland, chairman of tho
child welfare committee of Vermont, will
bo tho speaker; subject, "A Chance For
I3vcry Llttlo Vermontcr." Music, Mrs.
Bamforth. It Is hoped that every mem
ber will bo present. lohu O'Nell, F. II.
Palmer nnd 13. I. Garrow havo been
drawn as Jurors for the Juno term nf
court, Mrs, Fred Landon died at her
homo on North street Tuesday evening
about six o'clock, Sho had been in poor
health for a long time, being subject to
bail heart spells. She was taken 111 Fri
day night nnd a nurso summoned to caro
forher. She seemed !ettnr Tuesday, but
one of the bad spells seized her and sho
passed quietly away. Mrs. Landon was
about 84 years of age, tho daughter of
tho Rev, Simeon Gardner. Sho was a
member of the Methodist Church and
will be missed by many friends. She is
survived by r. husband nnd two sons,
1311sworth of Chicago and Henry of Bris
A birthday party was given nt tho home
of II. S. Ball May 11 in honor of Mrs.
Cora B. Hand and II. S. Ball, vh030 birth
days occur the same day of the month.
Mrs. Hand Is a sister of Mr, Hairs.
loromo Chase is confined to the houso by
Illness. Mrs, Cora B. Hand and daugh
ters, Elizabeth and Lydla, have gone to
West Haven, Conn., where they are to
reside. A birthday party was given at the
home of Mrs. James Field Saturday after
noon In honor of Ruth Dean's fourth birth
day. A very pleasant tlmo was enjoyed.
James Dean Is assisting in J. L. St.
Peter's mill for awhile. Mrs. Maria Carl,
who spent the winter with Mrs. W. R.
Williams, has returned to her home In
Bristol. Leo Russell has rented Mrs.
Jcromo Coleman's placo and will take
nossesslon soon. Gardner Stone visited
his daughter. Mrs. Raymond McGeo, In
Burlington the past week, M. V . Allen
and Georgo Ambrose were in Burlington
Grand View Grange held a special
meetlnir Frldnv evening for conforlng dc
grces nnd will hold a meeting Friday
evening, May 21 to work tho third and
fourth deitrecs.-Mrs. .losepn hi. ciaie(
who hns been In Atlantic City for a cou
ple of weeks, has returned home. Mr.
nnd Mrs. Arthur Clark and son, 13rwln
rinrlc. went to Burlington Sunday.
wiint mlcht have been a Bcrious accl
dent happened last Tuesdny. Tho king
bolt broke in tho wagon us Mrs. Myron
Smith and Mrs. Waldo Clark nnd llttlo
daughter wero driving homo from Brld
port. All wero thrown out, hut were not
seriously hurt.-Tho D. A. R. society was
entertained at tho home of Mrs. William
Noonans May 13,-The young people hold
their club meeting with tho Buspcra
Saturday cvcnlng.-Mr. and M rs, M. A.
Smith were Sunday guests of Mr. nnd
Mrs. John Doolln of Wcybrldge.-Tru-man
Carpenter of St. Johnsbury has liecn
a recent guest nf his brother. 13. J. Car-penter.-Margarct
Carpenter of tho Uni
versity of Vermont was the guest of hor
n.ri. Mr. and Mrs. 13. J. Carpenter
over the wcck-cnd.-Mr. and Mrs. Bert
rrann worn In Burlington Saturday.-
Mra. William Noomm ami .mtopn ,uuj
j W(jU tQ Wcybrtdgo Monday to at
tend tho funeral of Mrs, Jano Maynnrd,
who died at tho homo of her son, Minor
Maynard, Thursday at Montpellcr. Mr.
R. W. Day assisted by Mrs. R. M.
Spooncr will entertain the Aid society
on Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Day.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Jackson of Panlon
wero Sunday guests nf Howard Clark
nnd family. Mrs. M, A. Smith nnd Mrs.
Frank Wood went to Cornwall Tuesday
to bo tho guests of Mrs. Ira Hamblln.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Carson Fisher, accompanied
hy Mr. nnd Mrs. 13rvln Adams went re
cently to Westport to visit Arthur Adams
W. C, Donohue ts having an addition
built o;i the north sldo of his creamery
with a cement foundation, J, II. Lavnrn
of Btlstol and Ills men are doing the
work. Mrs. II, II. Aycrs nnd little son,
Leonard, passed tho week-end with her
friend, Mrs. Frank Leonard, In Ver
gennos. The play, "In Ohl New 13ng
lnnd," given by the Beaver Glen Grange
of New Hnvcn Tuesday evening was
largely attended, It Is expected that
Miss Henrletto Harris will conduct a
new play here In the near future, Sev
eral loads of checso wero taken to North
Ferrlsburg station Inst week for ship
ment. A inoro extensive business Is be
ing carried on nt thu creamery this rea
son by tho choesemakors with a larger
supply of milk. There was n good at
tendance at tho dance Thursday ovo
nlng nt Woodmnn's hall. Henry's or
chestra played. a. W. Sweet wns n Bur
lington visitor Monday. Mrs. Mnrtha
Allen visited friends In Hlnesburg tho
past week. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Farr, Mr.
and Mrs. C. 13. Palnior nnd R. C. La.
Roso wero Burlington visitors Saturday.
Mr. and Sirs. D. 13. Mcuch were In Ver
A spelling contest will bo held Frldny
evening at tho Baptist vestry between
tho four srhnols in this district, An Im
promptu contest between the older ones
present will be held after tho younger
class have finished. A well attended
meeting of the Farm Bureau wns held
with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Spauldlng Fri
day evening. Mr. Churchill was present
and Interested tho men In the agricultural
lines while Miss 13inma Fuller gave the
ladles Instruction In sewing, etc. Mrs.
Jennie White Is visiting In town. Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Harris and Mr. nnd Mrs. Perry
Norton of Brldport called on friends In
town Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. White,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Harold Newton and Miss
Helen Merrill attended the funeral Satur
urday nt Burlington of George W. Hatch.
Wyman Bascome of Fort I-3dward was
a week-end guest at F. 13. Piatt's. Mrs.
Kmily Rogors nf Middlehury is visiting
at F. 13. Douglas'. Miss Nellie Tottlng
hnm Is passing a few days In Middlehury,
Mrs. J. C. Moore entertained 1 ho
Mornvlnn rluh Tuesday afternoon. The
funeral of Andrew Doner of Leicester
wns held at the Congregatlonnl Church
Tuesday afternoon, tho Rev. R. B. Sim
mons officiating. Burial was In Lakevlew
cemetery. At the Republican town caucus
held May 15 P. W. Walle and Henry Bel
den wero elected delegates to attend
the convention lo be held at Montpellcr
Mrs. Ella Lamb nf West Snmervllle,
Mass., arrived here last Friday and
opened her home hero for the summer.
N. D. and Gerald Rice spent the week
end with their parent?. Mr. and Mrs.
N. D. Rice, In Roxbury. Elmer Shirley
has purchased an automobile of P. W.
Green of Stockbrldge. Mr. and Mrs. N.
M. Pierce and son and Dr. and Mrs. 13. II.
Stearns and son of Randolph spent Sun
day at Eugene Campbell's.
Mr. nnd Mrs. 13. A. Newton of Sails,
bury were Sunday guests at the homo of
George St. Johns. John Sellers of
Schenectady, N, Y., Is calling on friends
In town. Richard Welch Is very ill with
bronchial trouble nt tho home of bis
brother, John, on the Ilemmenwny farm.
D. O. Rice, who has spent tho most
nf the winter In town, has returned to
his duties in Montpellcr. Miss Gertrude
St. John has purchased a new vlctrola,
A daughter was born to Mr. nnd Mrs.
Gordon nt tho home of Mrs. Gordon's.
parents, Mr, nnd Mrs. Herbert Benson
May 9. Mrs. Herbert Hnwo had tho mis.
fortune to break her arm whllo paper
ing at her home Monday. Arthur Jab
hot spent Sunday with his sister, Mrs.
Frank Beyott, of Shoroham. Mrs. Fred
Delong wns called lo Leicester Tuesday
by tho serious illnrsf nnd death of her
father. Andrew Doner. Mr. Doner had
boon a resident of Leicester for the last
12 years and was a man who gained
many friends. Ho passed away Saturday
morning nt thn hnnu- of his daughter,
Mrs. C. C. Bennct of Brandon, whore
he was taken Wednesday to bo enred
for. Mrs. Doner Is In a very weak con
dition, having had threo shocks, which
havo entirely paralyzed all of ono side.
Sir. Doner was "2 years old the day be
fore ho died. Tho funeral was held Tues
day at the Congregational Church In
Sr.orenam. He leaves to mourn his loss.
besides his wife, four daughlert; and two
sons, sirs. Bonnet of Brandon, Mro.
Thomas Loya of Cornwall, Sirs. John
McNnughton of Granville. N. Y.. and Sirs.
Fred Oolong of this town, and Charles
ami uuy of Shoroham.
Sirs. Hattle Praseau Bascom died last
week edncsday after a few dnys'
Illness of pneumonia. The funeral was
held at her lato home Friday. Builal was
at East Shoreham. A largo tiumber of
members and a few guests wero piesent
nt the colonial and ancient relic meeting
of Hands Covo Chapter, D. A. R held
at the ladles' boom last week Wednes
day with Sirs, J, H, Thomas as hostess.
After the business meeting, tlio following
program was given: Song, Sirs. J. C.
Thomas, Sirs. 13. O. Bishop and SIlsi
Fannie Brown; reading, SIlss .Mabel Grow;
solo, Sirs. J, c. Thomas; report of the
national congress held at Washington
D, C, by Mrs. John Stewart, Stato ro
gent, of Middlehury. A largo number of
tho ladles appeared gowned In costumes
of ancient days. It was a very Interesting
meeting. SIlss Agnes Proctor of Ludlow,
Mass., Is a guest of her sister. Mrs. O. O,
Hascom. Mis. Fred Bronklns nf Middle
hury la a guest of her daughter, Sirs.
G, M. Cook. Charles Wlscll of tho west
part of the town is quite 111. Dr. Cum
mlngs of Tlconderoga was In consulta
tion with Dr, Sargent Slonday, Mrs. J. 13.
Williams of the village Is confined to tho
houso by Illness, Sirs. Loulso SIcnd has
gono to Shoreham to spend sumo time
with hor son, Sherrlo Stead, Sirs, Eliza
beth Wlck'ersnn celebrateil her S3rd birth
day last Saturdny. Sho spent tho day
with her daughter. Sirs. L. B. ecitnam,
and on her return home found her friends
had given her a pnBt card shower.
Charles Purlnton has been appointed
local chairman of tho tuberculosis cam
paign by Prof. Raymond SIcFarland,
county chairman. -Sirs. Stella .Martin and
daughter, Mildred, have returned to North
Duxbury after a few days with her par
ents, J. H. Davis and wlf.-Mrs. Arthur
Smalloy, of Bristol, spoilt the week-end
with Henry Duvls.-Dr. and Mrs. O. F.
Edmunds were guests recently f Mr.
and Mrs. L. e. Jacknmn.-Laiira Spraguo
and child, who have spent several weeks
at the homo of Mrs, Sprusuc's brother.
John Spraguo, have returned to their homo
In Sllchlgan.-Mr, and Mis. L. 13. .lackman
and Sirs. D, l. Garland were lit Hurllns
ton Slay 12,
At a snoelnl inwn . . ..
ttninwi. vuiuiR oi tno voters
LmI . .n,f,e,"" the question to con-
im., ""-'"ei- or not the lown lax for
v merensed was decided In tho
negative. At ib -..,. i.n ." .. .
.,, . , """ui.-iiii caucus nai-
t r lay evening, L. 13. .Inckman and G. A.
,Ui were chosen as delegates to tho
state republican convention which Is lo
he held at Slontpeller Slay 20. Thoso dele
gates wero authorized to select their
own nltcrnates.-Slr. and Sirs. Arthur
Buttorfield. Mrs. iniin nri..,i .i it-
and .Mrs. Fred Ilrown were In Burllng-
.... monciay. Mrs. Brown remained at
tho Slary Fletcher hospital for treat
ment. Eat 1 Hannlor
from several days' stay In Greenfield.
nepnew, Heginnld .Motto, returned
with him. F. n. t.M,i. ,..i r , 1 1 ..
- . ..,. lulling
Rutland visited Knndn,, m n, l,, f
his sister, Sirs. L. 13, Jackinun.-SIrs.
Nellie Kllbourn and Sirs. Sllnnlo Grovcr
of Bristol wero Sunday guests of their
brother, George Parmelec. A sou was
born Sunday to Sir. and Sirs. William
ciark. Herbert .Inckman has returned
tO bis School In llrlntnl nftr... fin lllnnea
of a week. Sirs. A. 13. Brlggs who has
been 111 tho past four weeks Is but llttlo
belter. air. and Sirs. ,1. F. Demcars of
Bristol wero Sunday visitors of Jamon
Stlnchan nnd wife.
Russell S. Placo of East Strnudsburg,
Pa., has been buying up Christmas trees
for the 1JI20 Christmas near Sllddlcbury,
Lincoln, Warren, Brandon and nenr St.
Albans. All theso trees aro shipped to
L. D. Ingalls of Brownsville hns moved
on to Willis V, Farr"s farm. Benjamin
Hayes has sold out to Loyal Kelsoy and
going to Springfield. Sir. nnd Sirs.
Warren Ayors of Brandon wero In town
Sunday. Tho friends of Sirs. James Farr
save her n surprise last week and helped
hor celebrato lho anniversary nf her birth,
At tho caucus held Saturday eve
ning C. S. Dana and V. SI. Benedict
wero elected delegates to go to tho con
vention nt Slontpeller May 2fi. Sirs. Slary
Golette and family have moved In Grosso
Point, where she has employment. Sirs.
F. 13. Rowley was In .Middlehury Saturday
to attend tho burial of her nephew, Rob
ert Slnrse. Clayton Kimball and family
are moving Into Wllllnm Partch's tene
ment house, which he recently purchased
of Hallock Squire. Hnllnck Squire and
family have moved In with Clinton Sher
man nnd family. Mr. Thew of North
Elba, N. V., la visiting his sister. Sirs.
Hason Davis. William Partrh has pur
chased on automobile. Sir. Leach has a
Ford car which lie recently purchased of
Mr. nnd Mrs. A. J. Brown and Sir. nnd
Sirs. C. D. Hill visited Sirs. Brown's
mother, Sirs. Bates, In Huntington Sun-
day.-G. II. Clifford of Charlotte was witli
friends here Sunday. .Mr. and Sirs. A. L.
White nnd Sir. nnd Sirs. F. S. Ferguson
were guests at F. A. Thorne'a in Bristol
Sunday. Sirs. George Thompson and
daughter, Elinor, are visiting her parents.
Sir. nnd Sirs. F. SI. Hill. C. Lndoo was
with his sisters In Burlington a few days
the first of the week. Sirs. Dora Low
land of Sprlngfletd, Mass., has been visit
ing C. F. Clifford nnd other relatives
here. Thn funeral of Nelson Hill, who
had lived for the last few years at A. H.
Palmer's. In Bristol, wns held there May
It. Interment wns In South Stnrkshoro.
Sirs. Lorotta Orvls and the Rev Charles
Franklin of Glens Falls, N. Y., wero
called hero by the death of Sirs. Orvls'
father, Nelson Hill, They were enter
tained by their cousins, Georgo O'Bryan
and D. Bostwick. Sirs. C. W. Bostwlck
of Hlnesburg spent Sunday nt D, D.
Bostwlck's. Georgia nnd Carlton Bost
wlck, who had spent tho week-end t'here,
returned homo with her. Ebon Doland
has gono to New Britain, Conn,, where
ho has a position In a machlno shop.
Russel Hallock and family visited bis
sister. Sirs. Clayton Hallock, Sunday.
Little Gertrude Hnllock returned with
them for a visit. .Milton Elliott Is work
ing for his brother, Ralph Eliott, In the
Farmers' Exchange. Mr. and Sirs.
David Follansbce visited Sir. Follanshee's
brother, Edgar Follansbce, Slonday, In
Lincoln. Several from here attended the
funeral of Nelson Hill last week. There
Is no school as the quarantine lias not
been lifted for scarlet fever. All aro
recovering. Robert Young and Andrew
Hnllock aro having their cows tested for
tuberculosis. Sirs. .1. 13. Trudo Is 111.
Sirs. Lorotta Orvls was called here last
week bv th" death nf her father. She was
accompanied hy her son-in-law, the Rev,
The N. S. club mot with Sirs. G. F.
Evaits Thursday afternoon, Slay 1.1,
Eight membors wero present and threo
visitors, Mrs. W A. Lee. Sirs. C. S. Shcr
blr.o nnd Sirs. Albei t Hunt. A very picas
ant afternoon was enjoyed by all, Re
freshments were served by tho hostess.
Mr. nnd Sirs. 1". C. Ward vlrited their
daughter, Sirs. R. II. Booth, at Grosso
Point Thursday. Miss Helen Otis was tho
guest of SIlss .Marjorle Shepard in Bris
tol, recently. Sir. and Sirs. G. H. Evarts,
of I'nnton, and Miss Alice Stevens, if
orgenncs, were the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. G. '. Evarts Sundn.-Mr nnd Sirs.
Ray Sloultnn, of I'nnton. vMted Sir, and
Sirs. C. J. Sneden Sunday. Sir. and Sirs.
W. A. Leo nnd children nnd Sirs Albert
Hunt and llttlo daughter, Alma, wero In
Ferrlsburg Sunday. .Mrs. Itlchan. Boyce
is ill. Sirs. Etta Herd, of Vergennos,
passed tho week-end with her niece, Sirs.
P. W. Otis. Albert G. Hunt has returned
from Northfield, where ho passed a few
days with -.lends. II. D. Hallock was
elected dolcgato to tho Republican Stato
convention nt tho caucus held last Satur
day. Sliss Helen Otis took an auto trip
to Grand View mountain with tier school
class List Saturday,-The schols In town
hold a spelling oontest Jlonuay evening.
SInry SlcCo.be, Kathorlno Hallock and
Sllldrod Hall won.-Roy Farnsuorth. of
Fairfax, who Is visiting his aunt. Sirs
A. a. Wright. Is in with tho mumps.-
About 60 friends of SIlss Hazel a. Flint
gathered at the homo of her parents.
Sir. and Sirs. John Flint e i.-. '
street, Wednesday Slay 12 and tendered
.v iiutj- suower in honor of her ap
proaching marriage to Loren V. Stevens
of Essex Junction. Sliss Klnt wus tho re'
clplent of many beautiful and useful pres.
ontH and tho evening was spent In games
and other amusements. Refreshments
were served by the Stlsses Flint nnd Sliss
Storelnnd, Sluale was furnished by Sliss
Flint at tho piano and SIlss Floury as
violinist. The marriage will take placo
Thursday evenlmr. SInv 27 nt h v.n,.
odlst Episcopal Church of this placo.
announcement was mado Friday In
the assembly hall of tho High School
that tho sonlor class honors were earned
through four years of excellent work In
this department by Samuel Epstein (vale
dletory), having an averago of 31, t per
cent, and Nlles Washburn (salutatory),
having an average of fX 1 per cent,
Andrew Clvlu, thn sevon-year-oid son
of Sir, and Sirs, 'Thomas Clvln of West
Center strcot, was t'ho victim of an nuto.
mobile aecldout Sunday evening about
6:30 o'clock. The boy, with about four
companions, weto playing In front of tho
Slmard block at the cornor of Main and
Canal strcot. They hud been playlnu
To get a dollar of your morcy and to
enter your name for a year3 subscrip
The Great National Farm Weekly is
almost the only thing in the world that
hasn't gone up in price. But the dol
lar that buys only fifty cents' worth of
most commodities will buy more of
The Country Gentleman than ever
before 52 weekly issues that arc get
ting bigger and better all the time.
I particularly want to get
your subscription started
now, so that you can read
the first installment of
"The Reverend Med
dler" in next week's is
s.';: it's a splendid story
of love and mystery and
adventure, by William
Harper Dean. And there
arc a score of other
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ROBERT H. FARR,
83 No. Union St. 'Phone 2016-Y, Burlinjiton.
An nuthorlied uberlptlon representative of
Tbe Country Gentleman The Luditi' Heme Jouniil The Saturday EreniEgPoit
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some wild west games and were shoot
ing with paper raps and toy pistols at
the cars and automobiles as they passed.
As a car owned and driven hy V. Gomo
of nurlingtnn was coming down tho
street, the boy, with the intention of
holding up the Mr with his toy pistol,
went to the edge nf tho curbing, and In
doing so, ho was In some manner pushed
Into the atreet and under the wheels of
tho car before it could bo stopped. Tho
car was coining down nt low speed and
from all reports of the various witnesses
the driver was In no way responsible for
the accident, as he stopped his car as
soon as possible, but not iiulckly enough
to avoid running over tho boy. Tho for
ward wheels of the ear knocked the boy
over nnd tho rear wheels pinned him to
the ground. WTien" he was taken from
underneath the car It was thought ho
wm seriously Injured as he lay motion
less for some time afterwards. Ho was
removed to the office of Dr. Hill on East
Allen street nnd after a thorough exam
ination it was found that no bones were
broken and was later taken to his homo.
Slonday he was reported as resting com
fortably and that no terlous results will
A jr. per cent increaso wtll bo granted
thn employes of tho Amorlcan Woolen
company's local plant, some 2,(v In num
ber, beginning Slay 31. Tho increase Is
not confined merely to the local plant,
but Is general throughout all the com
pany's plants. The last raise was gi anted
only last December, and It was then 1L'1..
A State scholarship for another year
at the University of Vermont 'has been
granted SIlss Esther SI. Dunning of the
junior class by Senator Slartln S. Vilas.
At the primary elections held Tues
day 3S votes were cast. The result of tho
'ivote was as follows, nepublican, Webster
1, Wood II, Edwards 1, Thomas C. Coo
lldge '.'; Democratic; Wood I, Edwards 12,
ISIcAiloo 2. Cox 1, Wilson 1, David Walsh 1,
i Hiram .lohnsun 1, William .1. Hryan 1,
Tho following delegates and alternates
wero olected at a ltepuhlloan caucus held
Saturday afternoon In Ilorton's Hall to
represent tho Republicans of tho town
of Colchester at tho Ilepubllcan Stato
Convention to be held e.t Slcntiieller Slay
Vj. Delegates. A. SI, Smith, II. a. Mnlley
and William Marsh; alternates, .losepn
! Douglass, llaymond Allen and Frank
Tho Hoard of Village Trustees held a
spo.Ial meeting Tuesday in ptntJon one
on Slain street. Tho.-o present veri Trus
tees Cruise, Slanseau, Cormier and Culs
ron. The cierk read the bids for tho lay
ing of cement sidewalks on br.tl. s'dns of
Slain street, with curbs and gu'ters. Af
ter considering the bids tho trustcs ac
cepted that offered by the I'eter S'leernn
Concrete company of llurllngton, Tho
other bidder wns Bert l'arlzn. The trus
tees retained tho right of accepting or
rejecting tho bids when they wore receiv
ed. Tho work will bo commenced as soon
as possible. It was voted to sprinkle West
Spring street botwoen Stain and Weaver
street this season. A petition wus received
by the trustees asking for a permit to
havo a procession by tho members of St.
Francis Xavler's Church on Juno fi, tho
Keast of Corpus Chrlstl and to have spe
cial policemen doing duty on that day,
t'ul such permit wim granted and the
trustees will seo that order Is maintained
during tho procession.
Sirs. Helena E. Scott Welsh, wife of
Slartln Welsh of 12-1 East Allen street,
died nt ";ID o'clock yesterday morning of
complications. Sho had been ill for n
year and a half and slnco tho death of
her son, Wilfred, who was killed In
France, December 11, 1018, while In Ihn
service of his country, sho had never
been tho same. Sirs, Welsh was born
In London, England, February C, 1570,
and onmo hero when a little girl, On
August - 1S91, s'ho became tho wife of
Slartln "Welsh, who survives her. She
nlso is survived by threo daughter, Mrs.
Irene Adams, Sirs, Marlon Shttnkllu and
SIls; Florence Welsh, all of this place,
and two sous, Ixtwrence nnd Alfred Scott
Welsh, also of this place, Sho Is ti char
ter member of the l.ady Slaceabees of
this village. The funeral will bo held
Saturday morning at nine o'clock nt St.
A Democratic caucus will be held at
the town clerk's ofllco on Thun-day, Slay
27, nt two o'clock In tho afternoon to
elect ten delegates and ten alternates to
tho Democratic Stato convention, to bo
held In Ilutland, Juno 2.
Frank O. I.avlgno of w Slain street
of this place nnd Sliss Beatrice liarber of
11 Spring street, nurllngton, woro mar
ried Tuesday morning at St, Joseph's
Church by lho Ilev. .1, A. Lncouturc.
Hector II. Terra of Plymouth, Slass.,
and SIlss Anastasla Fontulne of West
street of this placo wero united In mar
riage yesterday at St. Francis Xavler's
Church by the llev. J. Turcot.
Louia l'rcvey, Sr., a resident uf tho
the Simc iarie All about
crops; all about live
stock; all about tlaiiying
nnd growing fruit and
truck; all about poultry
and bees; full directions
for canning vegetables
and fruits; Handy Farm
Mechanics I can't begin
to tell half. And it cost3
only $1.00 for a whole
year. Ycv, I'm a-coming.
Desautcl-. on Maple 'root vester iav
i e annual meeiing or t'le Home i
elc of Ihn Methodist C' ur'h wni held
the vestry Friday nf'ernoon wltn SI
Davis as hostess Offt-'ers were e'er
as follows. President. O V. Cox, fi
vice-president, Sirs. ' S rjuimb.
ond vice-president. Mis W'lllam I'la
secretary, Sirs. Wllllnm Thompson, tr
surer, Sirs. E. P. Smith
The last meeting tor the season of
Woman's club will be held a' Lincoln
j' iiiiay. .i i v .1. i.iii i. i .'nil win lie i-h
nt 1.30 o'clock, tor which a dellcic
menu has been arranged. Slembers
rennpsieri to noun- .Air v ie e at tne i
hy Wednesday whether they expect
be present or not and whether they
pect to bring a guest. A business me
ing in llie cmn will ionim me mniiieui
A.t t- P Tin
of the household science depart ncit
the new Junior-Senior High School
bought of p. A. Brnwnel! the ho ifo
Lincoln street, wnf'i is in nr u a
by Mr. and Mrs. A A Ileeman
ana .Mrs. Asniey oxp''1 t ' orrury '
house In about two weeks
A telegram from Lowell Mass
torciay morning, nnnoiiiicen tuc in
of a daughter, Ittlth Eleanor, tn
will be remembered as SIlss Agnes
Ruggles, daughter of Sir and Mr
II. Ilugcles of tills place Slither a
child are comfortable Hotb Sir
.Mrs. urnw were iuriiicrij in ti mini
A special mooting of t'le vestryirn
notii Sunday to consider and ui' up
tho resignation of the re. tor, the Rev.
R. Hrush, who has accepted tnr ,mpo
ment as priest in chargo of t'le. Miss,i
of St. John the Baptist, llardwick, a
district missionary oi i.amni.ie cum
i no vcMiy vuicii in accepi me rt"ii;i
tlon of the rector, which will go .nto
feet nftor July I, The following r ? uti
ert Jlrush. has, hanctd In his res i a'i
to take effect July 4. 302n and w are
ho has Bc opted an npr.olnt"'.ent i ,J I
bishop us district mlfi'.or..iry 'n L.i a i
county, bo it resolved, that iho e. '
accept sue!; resignation w. jititcj
regret, mat they dec;-'" ?!prec a'i
Ing tho pan seven jear.s "d t icy v s'l
Gad tpeed and every prmbe '
ids now field of woil. " Cnd- a" err
oi tins ween uu pupi ji ii.c .w ''-
::t Iho vlllane school. All tlju IlU'ltiK ouUi
ilio j;ikii strum uif- e mm i- iwi wi:i v
test which will be In two divisions, juni
ami pernor, i ne jiiii'ui. u..i,tj3i, iiii iuu
., .11- ...v. ... In fl.r, r
grades. Pupils In the renin ring srau
wl.l compete with the winners of oth
town contests throughout the t Duntrj. T
spelling match will not begin until '.
and the regulnr work will be In progi
until that time. Parents and others '
1 .n 1,a .-rr,.t., ,h..nl . "rt w !
. i ti ii I ii :... 1'uitHiiM nil. :i w.ivh
come as visitors but a special invitation
given for Friday afternoon A spci
meeting of tho King's Daughters wU
m II III 1 I 111 VI1I1IIUM fill 1 llll.1! .1111
liuun iiv ..o, ii Limit. .Hill, ii, , 4
and Mrs. William Fletchor are atteni1'
the Woman's Auxiliary Convention
llxHl.,,1 llru 1IF.,-,1 TIa!...cl. la
ly Improving from pneumonia Mi
Ralph Slarsctt and daughter, Edna SI i
havo gone to Springfield, Slass., to jc
here with relatives. Dr. and Sir?. A
Wlir mill I ""si lit olnl ATrw .lnnm, Wn
Farms at presont. Mrs. Frank Hot
nnd son, Richard, hae returned to I itt
burg, Pa. Tho .Woman's uxllary
Trinity Church elected tho following do
land; Sirs. James Sllnall nnd Sirs. WMia
Mrs. D, N. Tower.
The delegates to the Republican Stn
I fiiii'imi inn nnnRni ni inn it nn ill r.
caucus Saturday evening aro Capt. Wt
it. ..i.i. ii. 1 ml. .i 111.
Edward Fredette has sold his barb
sun l iiiiHiiicKa in 1'eriov u icn'p i i i
Slay 20, Sir. Fredette haB been In Shi
uuihv i yeiun nun in umi vunu imo in
a jarco circle oi iricn is u.v inn ai
and genial personality. Timothy Oossei
Is slightly Improving nt tho Hay mi
tarluin In Uurhngton. Sir. and SI
Stanley Shorlden nii parents of a en
Sirs. Jcromo Coleman has rented h