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THEU!Il TNGT NFRVE P M''SS. THURSDAY. APRIL ?
VERMONT LOCAL NEWS, (Continued from first page.) cently In the gearing of n wringer so bad ly that nmputatlon was necessary to re lievo her suffering. The monthly meeting of the flro company was held Saturday night. I. H. Lunt resumed his duties as motor man on the electric enr Monday. Martin Mnttlmore Is quite sick. A cluster of electric lights, each of 10 candle power, was placed on the terminal polo at tho electric railroad track Mon day. Jnmes U. Allen arrived from Ohio, where ho has been for tho past week, Sunday morning. Justin Crown Is visiting In Fairfax. Mrs. J. A. Smith Is visiting at F. P. Sawyer's. Sheriff neevrs searched both hotels Mon day, securing a quantity In both placet). Mrs. P. A. Lunt Is confined to her house by sickness. A few of the friends and relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Seneca Place plor.snntly re minded them of the 31st anniversary of their married' life Mondr.y afternoon. There will bo a meeting of tho drum corps Thursday evening at the resldenco of II. L. Fuller, who has kindly donated a room for practice and drill. A number of citizens Interested In street lighting by electrliitty went to Johnson Tuesday lo Inspect the plant at that place. Edward D. Williams came from his homo In Springfield, N, J., Tuesday morning, and returned Tuesday night. ESSEX CENTRE. Tho Good Tomplars held a meeting last Friday night. Maater Harris Walker of Burlington vlflted In town lost week. Sugaring has begun In earnest, and mnplo sugar gatherings aro the order of thodny. O. S. Nichols of Texas arrived Tuesday morning. Essex Centre Grange held a maple sugar festival at their hall Wed nesday eve, April Sth. A literary pro grnmmo wnn given. The town schools liavo beon supplied with teachers as fol lows: No. 2, Miss Lottn Douglass: No. 3, Miss Anna Church: No. 4. Miss Leila Hoyto; No. 0, Miss Marlon Hates; No. G, Miss Jcnnlo Hlckncll: No. 7, Miss Mary Pease: No. S, Miss Kthct Leach; No. !. Miss Klla Buzzoll: No. 12. Miss Georglnnu Jovely: School No. 3, commenced March SOth: No. 7, commenced April 6th; No. fi, commenced April 13th: the other schools will commence April 20. CHARLOTTE. Miss Cora Deyotto returned to Bellows Fulls last Monday. Miss Kittle Williams and Miss Carrie Clark will return from Johnson this week for a week's vacation nt tholr respective homes. Mr. Davis and family are carrying on the Town farm. Miss Maude Vlford returns to Montreal Wednesday, having visited somo time In town. Miss Maudo Raymond Is visiting at Herbert Paige's. Miss Carrie Basheau returned to Burlington Monday accom panied by Miss Jennie Manor. MILTON. ' Miss Wlnnlo Fllnn has gono to Burllng ton to work In a millinery store. At tho school mooting Tuesday, March 31, J. K. Smith was elected moderator; H. II. Ful ler, James Manley, and G. N. Wood were elected as prudential committee; Rev. E. E. Herrlck, Rev. W. C. Robinson, Dr. L. C Holcomh, as grading commltteo; F. C. Lucid, clerk and treasurer: and Marshall Powell, collector. Miss Llllle Pratt went to Poughkeepslo Friday morning, where she has secured a position as stenograph er. Mrs. W. S. Rennet has moved her goods to Burlington and will reside with her daughter there. Edward Lovely has moved Into the houso which he recently bought of Mrs. Rennet. D. L. Field has moved Into tho Hall houso on North street und Henry Glfford moves Into tho houso vacated by Mr. Field. Milton peoplo are anticipating a boom very soon now, as the Pulp Mill company havo llnlshed negotiations for the Miner Falls privileges, and will put up mills which will employ from 200 to 2.10 hands. Georgo Phelps has returned to his work In Hartford much Improved In health. Tho three year old son of Orvls Mny vllle, who has been deaf for some time from grip, was taken to the Mnry Fletch er hospital on Tuesday and presented for examination by Dr. S. H. Phelps. It was decided that tho child could bo cured. Tho maple Migar makers aro very busy Just now, some have already made a num ber of hundred pounds. Hurton Slhley Is to teach tho school this spring at "Snako Hill." Miss Cora Rallard has returned to John eon, where she Is to tench again. Tho dif ferent grades of the village school began Monday for a term of ten weeks with tho ..1.1 l . 1 e . . i. . hi, . i ,. un, uutuii yji icuuuein, i iiu luwil suiiouis nre to begin tho 20th. A very Interesting Easter concert was given by the scholars of tho Congregatlonnl Sunday-school last Sunday evening entitled "Easter Joy." Tho children of the primary department did especially well. Rev. R. J. Christie prenched his farewell sermon last Sunday morning. Ho and his mother left for con ference Monday afternoon. C. P. Prntt has sold his land on tho west side of tho railroad, which he bought of J, P. Clark, to H. E. Powell. Eugene Illako went to St. Albans Monday, whero ho will enter tho law otllco of Watson and Fllnn, The maplo sugar soclablo given by the Y. P. S. C. E, at tho Congregational vestry Mon day evening passed off very pleasantly and was a success both socially and llnnn clally. Albert Weed of Wllllston has been spending a few days at Mrs. H. M. Ash ley's. The ladles of Trinity church aro preparing for an entertainment In the near futuro. Miss Gertrude Flynn, Miss Momlo Costcllo and Miss Myrtle Rankin attended "Tho Old Homestead" at Burlington Fri day evening. Ernest S. Rogers, who has been teaching tho commercial courso nt Albany Business college, returned homo lost Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hall aro visiting at Joo Robinson's. Miss LIHI.i Pratt loft Friday for Poughkoopsle, N Y., whero she has a situation as typewriter In a lawyer's office. Frank King, who has been attending Albany Buslne.is college, lias secured a position In Burlington, E. D. Tenchout Is about to open a new road to the pulp mill on tho furm which he recently purchased of Mr. Murray. Trinity church was beautifully docorated on Sunday with plants and ferns. About 1S waa realized from tho collection, MILTON BORO. W. C. Blake was tho first man to mal; and ship sugar from the Boro, Very little has beon mode yet. II, II. Ryce thinks tho Boro good onough for him and has settled In the home of his blrthplaco to spend tho remainder of his days. H. C. Blake was happily surprised on his birthday, April 3, by frionds who presented him with a handsome roll top desk, a high back re volving chair and an Inkstand with marble holder, with his name engraved thereon in gilt letters. RICHMOND. The funeral of Mrs. 'm. M. Bates was very largely attended the 31st. ulL. Rev. Mr. France and Mr. Perry of Huntington officiating. Tho Unlvorsallst choir of Richmond furnished music, E. J, Jacobs having charge. The King's Daughters and other friends furnished a profusion of flower. Tho Interment was in Hunting ton. J una, tne youngest daughter or Mr. and Mrs, Lucius Ellis, died Monday March 10, and the funeral was held on Wed nesday, Rev. Mr. Thomas officiating. There Is much sickness In town, The Qutmby Butter company have sold tlielr creamery, Interest at Joncsvllle to the Jonesvlllo Co-operative Creamery. A son of Mr. Brassor, about 15 years old died Baturflay moraine Miss Gertrudo Boat' wick is very sick. The young ladles of the Universal 1st church will give a suguar party In the vestry or the enruroh Friday evening, JERICHO CENTRE, J Mr, Williams of Burlington was the guest of Mr, Jordan a few days lost week. -The W. H. M. society met with Mrs, F, S, Ransom on Wednesday at 2 p. m. Miss Agnes Morse of East Bolton is engaged to teach the Tillage school here, Bohool will commence the 31st Inst, Sellna Savole, who has been staying here several weeks, expects to goto me beach when the season opens, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bdrlbner of Canada are visiting Mr. and Mrs. George Tubbs, There were Easter services at the Congregational church last Sunday. The pulpit was very taste (uNr ' decorated for the occasion. The Mapi'iBa other exercises were under the direction of F. S. Tomllnson, with Mrs. T, Ij. Jiosiwioic nt tho organ, and were very Interesting. Five llttlo children snug "Suffer Llttlo Children to Como Un to Me" in a very pleasing mnnner. Rev, Mr, Rose mado appropriate remarks, after which a Sunday-school Easter hymn, composed by a former pastor. Rev. F. H, Wheeler of Poughkeepslo, N. Y., was sung to close, BOLTON, Miss Bessie Miles of Hlnesburgh Is In town, visiting relatives. Mrs. John Pen der and her llttlo son, who have been vis iting at her sister's, Mrs. John Phillip's, havo returned to their home In Underbill. W. H. Stevens has rented A. Terry's farm for the coming year Miss Mabel Beers of Jericho has been engnged to teach tho spring term of school In the Notch dlstrlcl.-Jnmes Smith of West Bol ton has moved Into D. W, Tracy's tene ment house and Is working for H, N, Gill Miss Agnes Morse has been engaged to tench In the vlllngo school nt Jericho Cen tre. Darwin Jones, who has been spend ing several weeks at homo returned to his work In Barro March 30. ST. GEORGE. Mrs. Ilonry Lawrence recently received qulto a rcvoro Injury to ono shoulder by being thrown from her sleigh while return ing from church. Austin McKcnzle Is get ting out lumber for a large hay barn which ho will build on his Corey place In Hlnes burgh. Thomas l'rovln of Burlington com menced tho season'H work for M. W. 11 Ins dill on tho first of April. Miss Maria Nor ton of Burlington Is visiting her cousin, Miss Mattlo Mllllinin. JONESVILLE. Tho Qulmby Creamery company have sold out their Interest In tho business In this, place to Sheldon Whltcomb. Mr Crandall bought tho building. School has commenced at the. academy with Mis Hello Pelton as teacher, enrolling 27 pupils the first day. Mr. Ashley's people from Chnrlcmont, Mass., aro expected to return ngnln to their old homo this week. Miss Carrie Hill of Stnrksboro visited friends In town Inst week. Mrs Eddy, who hns been spending n few weeks with her daughter, Mrs. O. D. Ilemls, has gone to Berlin to visit friends. UNDERHILL. W. C. Stevens hns moved Into the L. II.' Chnpln house, vacated by Mr. L. Packard. Delia Church hns been qulto 111 with the grip, but Is now Improving. John Whlt tnker Is carrying on tho sugar place of Mrs. Mnrtha Church. Thorn will bo a sugnr soclablo at tho church parlors on Friday evening Rev. R. II. White preach ed an Enster sermon on Sunday from the text In .Mark 1C-3, "Who Shall Roll Away the Stono From tho Sepulchre." In the evening a very Interesting talk was given by him on skepticism. Beautiful branches of llllles and other Mowers decorated the pulpit. Mrs. Darius Knights and Mrs. Ed mund Martin nro 111 with tho prevailing distemper. Carrie Wilbur has been In Bur llngton for sevcrnl days. News has been received of tho safe arrival nt Seattle on April 2 of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Washburn. They wero to sail on tho seventh Inst, for Sitka, and from thonco to their homo In Alaskn. Ellshn Norrls, who has been out of health nil winter, died nt his homo at 2:30 on Monday afternoon. Tho funeral services will bo held on Thursday. Mr. Charles Dutton, who hns occupied tho Congregational parsonage during tho win ter, is soon to remove from town. Mrs. John Woodruff Is quite sick. II. II. Palno moves to Cambridge to run n;Iet. scnr R- Spenr; vice-president. Miss creamery. Wm. Fllnn's sugnr house burn ed last week. Sugar makers enjoyed a good run of snp Monday and Tuesday, Ellsha B. Nftrrls died Monday and his funeral was held Wednesday at ono o'clock. UNDERHILL CENTRE. Mrs. Mary Strong and Ella Melendy nro visiting friends In Montpeller. Dr. Hul- hurd of Jericho and Dr. C. P. N'owton p;r- Uzzio j. Caspv wcr0 marrled In St. Catii formed nn operation on Ldwnrd Ilurko crlnt..s church Tuesday morning nt S UillUil u7, nun iuiiiT uuillli'l 1111,11 mo next day nnd able to sit up. E. W. Henry wns In Burlington Thursday on business. G. A. Terrlll nnd Father Shannon wero In Montpeller Thursday. Ell Thompson of Northfleld visited nt Mrs. Cyrus Prior's last Tfesdny. Calvin Putman Is qulto 111 with the grlppo. HUNTINGTON. ' I Tho blacksmith shop nt the Centre, own-1 itJ. church at 3:30 p. m. Instead of 10:3) ed by Mrs. M. J. Ellis, wns burned about H m, i o'clock Saturday morning. There was: At' tho nnnual meeting of Friendship no Insurance. Mrs. Ellis will rebuild a lodge No. 2J, F. nnd A. M., held Tuesday, two-story block In place of the old one. tho following olllcers wero elected: C. M. Not much sugar has been mndo In thin jihioh, y, M.; W. M. Dean, S. W.; M. F. vicinity as yet. R. A. Norton is supplying1 Muzzy, J. W.; J. P. Kehoe, secretary; O. Boston parties with migar this spring.-! N noberts. treasurer; Alan Blodgett, S. The little daughter of Rial Shattuck Is j . j n Deyctle J D W I. Brndley, dangerously III with lung fever. S."s.:' It." O. Stoddard. j'.'lJ,: Rev. W. J. T in regular meeting of tho Lndles' Aid chapman, chaplain; E. W. Blodgett. mnr soclety No. 13 wl 1 be held Saturday even- ,,,. j, A, j)nvlli tylor. ,inanco comnilt Ing, April 11th. Harry Smith returned to tep, H. D. Edgerton, O. P. Read, W. II. .mi iiiihiuu mm r I mill , i mi ri'Kllllir lllillklll,, 1III.-1IIIK ui mi; i i i,u it in jiupunL society was held at tho Union church last baturday. The Kings Daughters wero S. '-fe1!".1, Wednesday by Mrs. Mnry Ring and Mrs Lavlna Sweet, Arthur Blckford of Boston was In town last week. SOUTH BURLINGTON. Miss Jcnnlo Osteyee has gono to Lin coln on a visit and Dell Ostoyoo has gono to I'roctor to teacn school. Mr. McKenzle Is 111. Mrs. Isaac Graves, who Is making her homo with Mrs. Durfey, has gono to For- risburgh on a visit. Horace Aldrlch. who has been stnvlmr with his nephew, B. Aldrlch, through tno winter, started ror his homo In Massa chusetts last Tuesday. Miss Ethel Aldrlch has been vlsltlnir In Colchester. Eaton Aldrlch Is running a milk cart, WEST MILTON. Frnd Tnbor of Swanton Is snendlne the week nt D. O. Bullock's. The men of this pince turned out Inst week Wednesdav and opened the road to the foot of Check orberry hill. Chas. Bullock went Wednes day of last week to Colchester to work for G. N. Wright for tho summer. Mrs. Allen Went Tuosdny of last week to Johnson for n week's visit. Annie Osgood Is on tho sick list. Harry Costcllo goes tho last of this month to Loon Lako for tho summer. Mary Parmaloe of Milton Centre Is to teach the spring term of schoql here. The term begins tho last Monday In April. WILLISTON. G. II. Burko will move to North Wlllls ton during this week. Mrs. Daniel Me- Mahon has a sister visiting her from Bur lington. miss alary Green spent n few days with frjends In town last week. Mrs, W. II. Metcalf has returned from her miners in wnkclleld, Mass. Maurlco Sullivan has two grandsons visiting him from New York city. Thomas Burko of Burlington hns commenced work In tho blacksmith shop vacated by his brother, G. H. Burko. Tho churches united Sun day evening in .Easter services at tho Congregational church. G. W. Brownoll's sons, William and Stanloy, visited him last week. Miss Anna Conner Is at homo on her vacation from her school in Cam bridge. Charles Goodrich 1h very sick. William II. Darling, who died last week nt tho Mary Fletcher hospital, was born May 26, 184, at Maaeona Springs, St. Law rence county, N, Y was left without a father's caro at tho nge of four years. When but a boy ho went to Wlllsboro, N. Y., with his step-father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Ozlas Ollbert, where they lived a few years, then moved to Essex, N. Y. Mr. Gilbert was aimlller and was brought up to that trade. At the 'ago of 18 years he enlisted In the C9th New York Irish brigade and served during the war, re turning with health Impaired. In 18(17 he wns married In Essex, N. Y to Miss Lucia L. Brown of Wllllnton, who sur vives him. He leaves one sister. BHELBURNB. Special Easter services were held In all the churches Sunday. Tho floral decora tions In Trinity churoh, consisting of Easter lilies, palms and white, rosea from Dr. Wvobb's green houses, were especially fine. Walter A. Weed, Jr professor of Latin In Hill sohool, Pottstown, Pa,, Is home spending the Easter vacation. Miss Hattlo Tyler at, Burlington spent Sunday rills Do Hot Cure. Pills do not, cure .constipation, Thojr only aggravate.. Karl's Clover Root Te gives perfect regularity of tbo bowels. , for tale by O'Sulllvan, tho druggist, Church Utrset. , ., Hie Largest and Handsomest Stove in the State. Filled to Overflowing With Imported and Domestic Novelties. Beautv reitrns Suoreme in The nimble fingers of our artists have created some of the mos4 lovely things in Headwear imaginable. And best of of all our prices are pretty. fluslin Underwear. Billowy heaps of Snowy White- ness. well made, iseauutuiiy trimmed. Latest styles. Prices less than you can make them, and all worry saved. Sec our windows to-day. is z-' t Knit Goods. A complete line all sizes and RICHARDSON HAD f UWWI 51 In town with her parents. C. M. Ru.ell, ' esq.., was in Bristol over sunriay. i.ee Tracy, esq., passed his 79th birthday last Thursday, and It Is hnrd to find a man of his ngo more nctlvo In business than he Is. E. S. Rowley Is spending a few days with his son In New Haven. Rev. and Mrs. Atwell will go Friday to Sprlnglleld, Mass., for a few weeks' visit. Charles Wlnterbottum, who recently purchused tho resldenco of the late L. D. Smith, hut! made quite extensive repairs on the build ings und now has ono of the pleaeantest places In this village. Mrs. Alice Row ley has returned from a few days! visit to her parents in FcirlHburgh. Mrs. W. F. Weston of Burlington wan In town Mon-duj- -Mis Kllbu.-n of Hubbardton, n tenchor In the Intel mediate department of tho vlllngo rchool, and Miss Gates of Essex, teacher of tho Falls school, re turned from their respective homes Sat urday and commenced their duties yester day, At a meeting of tho vestry of Trin ity church held Monday afternoon, the following oMleers wero elected for the en suing year: Vestrymen, W. A. Weed, O. A. Spenr, W. S. Webb. L. F. Lyon, W. II. Tyler nnd Frank E. Spenr; W. A. Weed, senior warden; W. S. Webb. Junior war den; J. L. Barstow. clerk; W. II. Tyler, treasurer; delegates to the diocesan con vention, L. F. Lyon, O. E. Spenr; alter nates, W. A. Weed. W. H. Tyler. The class of '9C, Shelburne High school, havo elected the following olllcers: Presl- Charlotto A. Bradley; secretary, Mrs. L. Blancho Bradley; treasurer. Miss Kath erlno K. Gebhardt. Thu class motto adopted Is "Fnc to quad tu es." Prof. Chnrlcs Leo Tracy of New York Is In town for a few days vMtlng his parents. Mls.i Fannie Smith und Miss Kntlo Russell returned to the V. V. M. Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Russell went to Montpeller Wednesday to attend tho funeral of Mr. Nolllo Ray Daly.-A. M. Ready and Miss o'clock. Mr. Patrick Collins wns best man nnd Miss Mngglo Ready, n sister of tho groom, was bridesmaid. High mass was celebrated by Rev. P. A. Canipeau, who performed tho marrlago ceremony nnd the church was very tastefully deco rated with Mowers, a wedding reception followed at the homo of tho groom's mother In East Hlieinurne. i or mo next f,.w HnnilnVH servlpes will lie hold In Trln- TvIa- JERICHO. !mo;i? - p"ic, Lord: a oiarcdent of thli Mrs. Annbel Butler Is visiting Mrs. i town, died nt his home In Lawrence, Mass., last week. J. D. Remington nnd M. I Maurlco wore In Watervlllo Friday and Saturday. Mrs. Clnpp has returned to her house, Mrs. Laura Rood Is with her. Alger Gnlusha Is visiting Ills grandmother Mrs. Galusha. 'Mrs. Henry Oakes died Sunday morning, at W. F. Blood's, nged SS years. Mrs. Bonnctto Is on tho sick list. Mrs. McGlbbon gave her Sunday-school class a sugar purly Tuesday evo, Maudo Rood went Monday morning to work In tbo railroad office at Cambrldgo Junction. Miss Louisa Galusha Is at Mrs. McGlb- bon's. E. W. Prior went to Jcffcrsonvlllo Wednesday. WESTFORD. Superintendent II. O. Wheeler of Bur lington hns been engaged to deliver tho nddretH on Memorial day. Mrs. John E. Rico wan taken seriously HI with heart trouble Sundny afternoon. Misses Phlla and Edith Hall aro to teach In Fairfax tho coming term, nnd Miss Emily Hall has been engaged to go to South Hero. Mrs, H. W. Rico Is con fined to tho houso by Illness. Miss Wlnnlo Rice has been engaged to teach the higher department of school No. 3, airs. Will McLano is suffering with nn attack of neuralgia. Mr. and Miss Tllley of South nurllngton aro the guests of Mr. and Mrs, Charles Kimball. Miss Nina Rawson of Essex Junction Is visiting friends In town WINOOSKI. Tho" vlllngo reports wero Issued Satur day and a recapitulation of the same show tho fo owing Interesting figures Street department 12010.03 Water and flro department 1208.29 Electric lights 1007.77 Police department 27t,99 Miscellaneous ai, Total $4801.70 Receipts were 15215.43 Cnsh on hnnd April 1, 1890 82.93 Village debt last year J3472.29 Vlllueo debt this year 3209,09 Amount paid on debt 202.CO Lent Is hardly over before tho triumphs of Cupid nro being celebrated. The llrst was tho marriage ot miss juuu i-rovosi nnd Leon l'atonaude. which occurred Sunday afternoon at St. Frances Xnvler church. Monday two weaumgH occur red. The first took plnco at St. Frances Xavler church. Miss Clara Richards and Henry Drolette were the contracting pnr- tles. At 3:30 Monday afternoon at St. Sic ohen's church Miss Doro E. Lavlgne, tho eldest daughter or air. ana airs, unanes Lav cne. won married to iiemeri u. rnr iseau. The best man was Ira Lavlgne, brother of the bride, and the bridesmaid wub Miss Carrlo Baraby. The newly mar ried couple left on the 4:30 train for a short trip to St. Albans, They wore tho receivers of somo very pretty wedding presents The society of Holy Trinity Mission held their annual moetlror Monday evening In the vestry of tho church, iteporis or the officers were read and adopted. Tho mission was reported In a flourishing con dition; The following officers were elected for the ensuing year: Warden, J. D, Tan ner, treasurer. Jl i bw.diuijt, George D, Nash. Cant Bmmet Crawford Garrison, No. 127, of the Regular Army and Navy Union held its second annual ball Monday evening at Corporation halUltwas a eompteto success and 'tho. oommitiee in cnargo proved themselves ixery efflolent Tho tag waa decorate4 with the stars and our Millincrv Deoartment. are as reasonable as the fiats prices and guaranteed as sold. We invite inspection and compari son. Are you in search of Novelties in Jackets or Capes ? Would you like a Tailor-made Suit one that carr;cs an air o cicgancc with it? Or. mavbe a Silk Waist might please you. Sec them. as wclcomc as pur. chasers. DEPARTMENT STORES stripes and tho troop standards. Tho to! lowlnc olllcers und ladles wero In at tendance; Major L. T. Morris, Cnpt. Ilnr dle and Miss Hnrdle, Lieut, und Mrs. Heard, I.lout. and Mrs. Caldwell and Lieut. Andrews. A dancing order of 21 figures was carried out with a short Intermission for lunch. A reunion and banquet will bo tendered by tho Wlnoonkl Steamer company to tho Volunteer hosu company und W Inooskl steamer company of 157'i at tho Hotel Am- I . , m, . . orlcnn Tlmmlay evening. Tho rtPlio n committee cons h r of C. II. Stovens. . - ft .t 1 1 t ... 1,,. W. UJRt', i' , II, iilfWUUU, ITU. j.tkllit i HUM George McDonald. Gen. W. L. GreenUnf will bo the toustmnntcr and the speakers will bo Sayles Nichols, L. L. Reynolds, G. C. Mayo, Dr. L. F. Burdlck, V. C. Ken nedy, S. lllgwood and T. S. Peck. Mrs. John deary of Lcndvlllo. Col., on nccotmt of lll-lienttli has been obliged to return to Wlnooskl for n llttlo while. Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank L. Graves are all smiles over tho birth of their llrst born, a nice llttlo girl. The annual village meeting was hold Inst ovenlng at Concert ball. As had been anticipated u very enthusiastic and pro gressive meeting was held. It was very evident that the way village matters wero discussed nnd voted upon that the village residents nro very favorable lo any step that will make tho village progressive und UP to date. .Moderator F. E. BIgwood called tho meeting to order and rend tho warning. Tho llrst action was upon tbo reports of tho village olllcers. Thet-o were nil accepted and ndopted with tho excep tion of tho ivcommendntion of tno cliiet ot the llro department that tho -t)lnse mrclinso looo feet ot new lioso to do di vided botween the two. companies. It wns voted to exempt tho firemen from paying vlllngo poll tax. Voted to pay village tax directly to vlllogo treasurer. Voted to put an electric light nt the corner or Barlow and Piatt streets. Voted to removo Ln- fayetto Hose house from tho land owned by J. W. Lavlgne. Voted to Instruct trus tees to purchnso land and erect hose nouso In west ward to be occupied by Lafayette Hoso company. Voted to instruct the trustees to purchnso two or more lockups or cells and lcaye a room to place tho name In. It wns voted to havo the chairman ap point a committee ot llvo to Investigate tho matter of procuring nn electric llgnt plant to be owned by tho village. Tho fol lowing men wero appointed: O. W. Peck, Samuel BIgwood, George D. Nnsh, Jo seph W. Lavlgne nnd Ppter Desuutels. It wns voted to havo electric lights nnd to Instruct the trustees to make a contract for P! arc lights for ono year or loss. It was votil to rnlso f,o cents on tho dollar on tho village grand list. This will rnlso be tween .'AW nnd 1000J. After this came the election of ofTlccrs. Through nn error In ehceklrss the check list of west ward the voters were obliged to reballot for trus tees nnd lire warden. Tho following Is the result of the election: Moderator, F. E. BIgwood: clerk, II. V. Horton; treasurer, A. A. Graves: auditors, G. B. Little, F. L. Graves, H. N. Deavltt: collector of tuxes, F. E. Rlgwood. Flro wardens, tiouth ward, William O'Day; west ward, Louis Mongeon; east wnrd, E. A. Burdlck: trus tees, west wnrd, Fred Bleau, Peter Vlent; south wnrd, O. W. Peek, Daniel Grenny; east ward, John Eastwood, Samuel BIg wood. On tbo first ballot, Hugh Flnnegan was elected lire warden, In tho second ballot Louis Mongeon was elected. About 30y votes were cast last evening altogether which Is by far tho largest ever cast at any vlllnge meeting. Tho preliminary meeting ot tno town republican league will bo held nt tho Journal olllco Tuesday evening, April 14, nt S o'clock. The meeting Is called by O. w nt ,.i,i,.n nr h i,,p.,n nr,,i n. nl.lect Is to 'discuss lonrrno matters nnd jject Is to discuss lenguo matters nnd ako plans for tho State nnd presidential cctlons. Committees nro to bo appointed i canvass for now members,-etc. A week m; election to ennv later another meeting will lx culled to elect delegates to the State convention, which Is to bo held nt Montpeller Tuesday, April 28. Miss Evelyn Morrow of Colchester, who has boon visiting friends nnd relatives for tho past 10 days, has returned to her home. Miss Geneva Thompson, who m attend ing the Johnson Stuto Normal school, is visiting her parents for n few days, Mrs. A. W. Reed of Now York city Is In town visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Saxo. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert L. Parlseau, who wero married Mondny, have returned from a short weeldlng trip. Last evening the bride's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Lavlgne., tendered the couple n pleasant reception. After receiving tho congratu lations of tho guests, tho hours wero whlled nwny with dancing and social In tercourse. During a short Intermission a light collation was served. Among those from out of town present wero Mr. and Mrs. John Parlseau und Henry Parlseau and Mr. and Mrs. F. Minor of St, Albans, ESSEX COUNTY. ISLAND POND. Two excursions from Portland to Mon treal passed through hero this week, Tho W, R. C. are to give a candy social nt their hall next Wednesday, A. E. Bishop made a short visit to Lancaster. N. II., Monday, L. F. Jones who has been confined to his home for tho pnst two weeks with tho mumps Is again convales cent. Mark Holland, n former resident of Island Pond, spent a few days hero this week. Mr. and Mrs. Dixon of Hastings, Me,, nro visiting In town. N. B. Lougeo has been cutting a largo quantity of Ico for M. C. Davis recently. Isaac Stern, of tho firm of Stern Bros., returned home Thursday evening from New York. Mrs. W. B. Cnusbrook mot With a serious ac cldont Thursday by falling on tho Ico In front of E. F. Hobson's home, and Injur ing both of her knees. Miss Ida Moyo of Berlin, N. H Is homo for Easter. L. F. Bhoff has removed his Jowelry business to North Stratford, N. II. Bills aro' being posted for tho B. of L. F. ball to be given In the opera hall May 1. "Uncle Tom's Cabin" Is to bo played here next Friday. Largo parties of French lumbermen are passing through here every day on route for Canada. FHANKLIN COUNTY. ST. XLBANS. The annual meeting of St. Luke's parish was held Monday and the following ves. trymen elected: Myron W. Bailey, James M. Fobs, John C, fltranahan, F, W. Bald win, George Cassldy, Oeorge J. Rueg, Myron N, Buck, Ernest H. Lewis and John Donovan. Chnrlen fl. Forbes wes elected parish clerk. Tho treasurer's re port nhowed tho total receipts to be tlWB.71, white tho total expenditures wero 13093.30. At a meeting of the olllcers of the flro department, held for tho lrurposo of plan ning work for tho coming year, the first steps wero taken for tho Institution and organization of n paid flro department. It was voted tliat'beglnnlng May 1, at ltwt ono man bo kept on duty nt tho flro station and that a pair of horses be pur chased for use on the new hose wagon, Flro Wardens Hunt and Butler will havo charge of tho moving of property at fires and Wardens Shnckett and Mossey will hr.vo ehargo of the roping off, etc. Sever al other necessary Improvements will bo made oh occasions present themselves. Joirnli C. Les n eft Tuesday on a trip througli Illinois and Indiana and will bo nbsent about two months. Miss Allco II. Chandler of Vassar, who hr.s been spending the Easter vacation nt home, left Tiiesdny for Oswego and points in Western New York before re turning to cojlege. Dr. F. D. Robertson und S. S. Allen nro putting up n six tenement block on tho corner of Hoyt and Foundry streets. The remains of tho late Mrs. Sarah Bradley, widow of Hon. Jepthn Bradley, were brought here for Interment on tho evening mail train Wednesday and were taken to tho cemetery Immediately. Mrs, .Bradley was 92 years old, and died nt tho home of her son In Norwood, Mass., about six weeks ago. Invitations are nut for the wedding at Isle La Mono on Saturday the ISth Inst., of Miss Callsta Elizabeth, daughter of H. II. Hill lo Mr. Orris Holland Parker. Tho wedding will bo from the Methodist church followed by a reception at the Hill resi dencp. ENOSBURGH FALLS. A very pler.sant home wedding occurred at tho resldenco or air. nmi airs. at. i Jeffords at 3 o'clock Thursday afternoon, tho contracting parties being Ethel Wine fred Ladd, daughter of Mrs, Jeffords, nnd Clinton Horatio Beetlo of Bnrre. Th happy couple, preceded by Mies Bertha I Beede and Mr. Bernard Lr.dd, entered tho , spacious parlors to the strains of the 1 wedding mnreh played by Mrs. W. II. Ladd I of Rlchford, nnd stood beneath a noral nrch of evergreen nnd hot houso flowers, The ceremony wns performed by Rev. J. D. Waldron ot tho Free Will Rr.ptlst church. After congratulations had been offered refreshments were served. Tho presents were numerous, consisting of n I' Villi 111 II I imiltllll'b llltlll', 111.11 flcnt n , workl i .' beautiful banquet lamp, marrlago corll silver ware uuvi H''Himiftn. gre Tho Epworth League realized about $13 from their sugar party on Wednesday even lug. Dr. F. S. Hutchinson, who has been qulto sick, Is Improving. Mrs. R. L. Gould la mill very sick. New sugar Is for sale nt 10 cents nnd new syrup at 7." cents per gallon. The roads are In a very bad condition, alternating between snow banks and mud. the cholco botween them be ing rather doubtful. SHELDON. B. A. Bentty of South Franklin was In town Friday on business. R. E. Gilbert, foremnn In Fonda's wood working shops nt St. Albans, wns homo Fast Day with his family. C. H. Bessey of West Enos- burgh was In town Saturday. Claude Manslleld of Rlchford wns home Sundny visiting his father. C. M. Mansfield, and hls sister. Mrs. C. H. Dixon. Miss Eliza Mnrsh has gone to Hurdwlek to visit Mr. nnd Mrs. H. O. Spauldlng and family for il few days. Very pleasant Enster scr - vices wero held nt tho Congregational church Sunday evening. The choir ren dered somo very flno selections. MONTGOM DRY CENTRE. Guy Rowley und Roy Davis are homo to her bnrno In WlnnnsUI nr Vaiinrt v'it -Mlss Belle Davis and Miss Nora Wake- field ure homo from Johnson for a few days.-Phll Breniinn has tho contract to build a houso for Horace Jlarcy on tho, site of the old store building. Ho will be- ..i.. -m.. , vi t,..n i gaged Jlr Noves , t Nownort ns engineer ga(,cu air. .-sojes ot ."sewport as engineer.. FAIRFAX. Miss Fern Hunt cntcrtnlned her little friends Tuesday afternoon, Murch 31, It being tho fifth nnnlversnry of her birth. A. D. Fnrnswprth nfter spending somo four weeks with friends In Westford, Northflold nnd Wllllston hns arrived at for n short vnral on from St. .tnlmulnirv ; -"e- "iiciMiuiu iu ""i imi"i nils wceK on nccouui Ol Hie se ncaiiemv.-Eddle Hhmwov is lmmo from Henderson Rlee.-Tho district school nt j of pHtor. spending the win Jlnrllnirion. Mla Mnmi,. iinp.tiir.rn ,,. tho Centre opened Mondny with Miss Nel- , Mnrsh of Sheldon Is ear MJl UUieill llllU IlllTMUll lliin UlllVl-ll Ul.'.,M rt l,rt.. .It-n.f,, I,, homo tho 2d.-L. B. Hunt wns In Mont-1 U(e li'f,' " " we?k with his parents Mr nn. MriTl1 ollt hls 8,6ck ot 1K.-Thcro nre sev M Kenned vBerklev M BMIard has ' "-'ral c' ot mpupl" 1,1 own.-Mlss Opper o'pcnodXroom tSTl aToimuln' t'al -Miss Nornh Hathuwny of Philadelphia lnf ,fr'c.m f;- ' -L?" Lr""" , "l 1.. ..I .1 1 I.. . .... . A f ,1 Mm r wriin.K ne. i..i iii.. ..... ...... ........ wv. u. Northaway.-Eiizeb White's sugar house and contents wero burned the 2d Inst. They were Insured. Mrs. Sidney Weston and children of nurllngton wero tlm garsts of C. A. Hawley last week. Artlo Bteman nnd Frank Ufford returns to their school at Saxtons River the 7th. A. B. Bcemnn started for Connecticut tho 7th to be gone until Saturday. Abner Riley secnirt to bo tho champion crow hunter this season, having captured 1,1 nt ono shot ono day las week. I. W. Clark's children nre Ix-tter. Sleighs are fast giving way to wheels. ENOSBURGH FALLS. Tho nnnual parish meeting of St. Mat thew's church held Easter Monday result ed In tho election of A. J. Darrah as clerk. Tho following named vestrymen were elected: W. R. Hutchinson. C. L. Mnrsh, V, . L; , " ' ii' , "'"""""' x '" H-J- Tyler, D. B. Stetson. B. I.. Fassett, 'iPj1"1; A- J- Pnin' "' A.Crninptoii, I Dickinson, 1 . Chadwlck. A. R. Boll. Tlm regular business of tho meet lug was left unfinished. Mrs. M. S. Chnf feo Is In New York buying millinery. Miss Colcord of Boston will return with Mrs. Chnffeo and assist her tho coming senson. Dr. F. L, Hutchinson Is Improving slow ly, but Is still conllned to his room, A. A, Kcndnll Is qulto III, A. A. Aseltlno Gladness Comes With a better tinderBtandinfr of tho transient nnturc of tho ninny phys ical Ills which vmiifih before proper ef forts gentle, efforts plensnnt efforts rightly directed. Thero is comfort in tho hnowlcdffo that bo mnny forms of sickness aro not duo to niiv actual dis ease, but simply to a constlpnted condi tion of tho system, which the plcnsnnt family laxat'lvo, Syrup of Fifrs, prompt ly removes. That is why it is the only remedy with millions of families, and is everywhere esteemed so highly by nil who value pood health. Its beneficial effects are duo to tho fact, that it is the ono remedy which promotes internal cleanliness, without dobllltatlng the organs on which It acts. 1 1 is therefore all important, in order to got ita bene ficial effects, to note when you pur chase, that you havo the genuino article, which is manufactured by tho California Fig Syrup Co. only, and sold by all rep utable druggists. If In tho enjoyment of good health, and, the system is regular, then laxa tives or other remedies are not needed. If afflicted with any actual disease, ono may bo coramondod to tho most .skillful physicians, but If In need of a laxative, then one should havo tho best, and with 'tho well-informed every whore, Syrup of Figs' stands highest and is most largely used and gives most general satisfaction. went to Boston on business on Wednesday, Mrs. Wilson Drntier accompanied mm, nnd will remain for somo tlmo with her son, Dr. C. R, Draper, In Med ford, Mass. WEST BERKSHIRE. Thero was a rocontlon at Aimer Phelps' Inst Friday ovenlng on tho occasion of Mr. Atkinson going to conference. Mrs. Sweotlnnd and Miss Dnvls of Rlchford r.ro at Dr. Andrews' for a few weeks stop, Asa 'Livingston Li Improving. GEORGIA, Elijah Curtis, an nged and respected citizen of Georgln, died yesterday morn ing at tho homo of his son, Jnmes K. Cur tis. Mr. Curtis wns In his SOlh year; he was born In Stnnsteod Plains, P. Q., In 1810, and his parents removed to St. Al bans six years later; her1 he received his education and when a young man went to Burlington, where he learned his trade and was afterwards In partnership with John K. Gray. Mr. Curtis has been n prominent nnd nctlvo member of the St. Albnns Methodist church for mnny years. Tho funernl wilt be held from bis lato resldenco Friday morning nt 11 o'clock. Tho burial will be at St. Albans. Two children, Jnmes K. Curtis of Georgia nnd Mrs. John Hotyoko of St, Albans survive him. FRANKLIN. Mrs. Eliza Horskln, widow of tho lata Vincent Iterskln, died quite suddenly Mon day. It Is thought that a shock and heart failure was tho cadre of her death. F. L. Hopkins Is In Boston this week. Mrs. Edwin Prouty Is qulto 111. Union Fast day services wero held In tho Congregational church, Rev. Levi Wild preaching upon tho desecrations of tho Sabbath. EAST FAIRFIELD. Miss Stella Chase returned to Goddanl seminar)' last week after a short vacntlon spent with her parents. Miss Jennie Greene of Barton was In town lust week. i J. C. Prlnglc has secured the assistance of J'n trick Fitzgerald In his marble business, George II. Wilcox Is spending a vacation with his parents. The village school will commence on Mondny, April 13, with MIsm Frnnklo Lndoux and Miss Georgia S olt as teachers. Hugh Hoyt died at his homo on Thursday, April 2, of paralysis. Ralph iv. unnso ami wnc oi bi. ahmiiis muue mx tne pnipii nt tne unnm eii'ir n on nun parents u short visit Inst week. II. A. day. Mrs. Moses M'Knrland was called Hatch nnd wife of Cambridge nro the to Plermont, N. !!., hi'-t w r-k by tho guests of Mrs. C. E. Kidder. At the an- death ot her slxter. Mitchell Sh irburt or mini meeting of the Sheldon Poor-house Belvldere bus moved Into one of Frank association, held Tuesday, April 7, the i.jintway's houses. Mrs. Chu'inccy Tlllot followlng olllcers were elected for ono POn Is at tho Mary FIct her hospital, year: President, James Kemp; vlce-presl- whore she hns been successfully iron led dent, A. D. Horskln; secretary, Daniel f0r a eaueer, nnd nt present Is doll g w II. Leach; auditors, C. A. Hull and A. D. James Trnlnor of l'ostou, M.is 1. vl it Ilorsklns. i ng friends In town. EAST BERKSHIRE. Frank Hopkins and daughter. Ivy of Franklin, spent a few days In town Inst week. Tho King's Daughters will man with Miss Leahey Thursday afternoon. , Mr. Domlna and wife of Montgomery spnnl Sunday In town being the guests of hi brother, Mr. It. N. Domlna. Wright A. Smith of Brashlro Falls, N, Y., was In town last week. Graco Roilso Is home , from her school at St. Johnsbury. Mr. Whitney of Mlddlebury college Is spending her vacation with his uncle, Silas Hopklii" M- E- Wlilnrd Is visiting her son In Rlchford. Mrs. C. J. Peterson nnd slitcr nre nicely settled In the parsonage. Mr. Peterson Is still supplying In Fairfield.- School Is to commence April 20 with Mle Maurice ami Carpenter of Wnterville us teachors. Miss Chamberlain of Enesburgli i Fails Is visiting at Mrs. McLaughlin. HIGIIGATE. Henderson Rice has moved to tho M. II Jewett fnrm at the Springs. Mrs. Hlslop of Sheldon to tne sewnru larm at tno Centre, which sno recently uougni. n i If", i"1' t HIchgato with Mr. RobeMow "s teacher.-Prof. Charles C. Stlmets of I Insbrook Institute. Jersey City. " low" ,or u ,rw 7J",,rV V . ,. 1 !ns so fn"; recovered from his late severe IIlness s ,t0 l"out ngaln.-Kastcr v'cra wero duly observed at tho different churches-nut llttlo maple sugar has been . . . v-nnk Hni,rrl is. confined to his homo with rheumatism. Marshal Scars has loft the grlt mill and Is at work for S. H. Bliss of Swnnton. BAKERSFIELD. Mr. Georgo Slmonds lost his Inst horse ono day last week. W. S. lshum and I . . ,,, ,,. ... nn,l..,,. .vlin 1 Ui r. yJ 1 1 uiu unt tjuu n uv uuiuvpii ii - . tnkes tos"ieion tho 1.1th Inst. There Is quite a demnnd for cows In this town this spring, and there does not i-eem to be enough to supply tho demand. SWANTON . Lots of peoplo come ncross tho Ico from the Islands every day but driving up nnd down tho lake near the chore Is not safe, unleiss ono knows pretty well where to nko'the land. Joseph Strong of North . i ..n -.i.i.. ta Hero was in tho vlllngo .uiir i iri ill me .iiuttiu 11 in-nnii j .11111 ho reports having lost a valuable horso ugh tho Ico near shore while rounding! through a point off North Hero in conf-equenco of tho road h not being broken out on land, up und down tho Island ns It should be nt this tlmo of the year, when crossing tho crnck Is dnngerous or driving along shore. Mrs. Garland, mother of Rev. F. M. Gar land, arrived Tuesday evening from Man chester, N. H. At tho trustees' meeting Tuesday even ing It wns voted "That, whereas tho select men of tho town of Swnnton proposo to lengthen nnd build higher, the culvert on tho brook situated on Greenwich street, providing Swanton village will do the nec essary grading; therefore bo It resolved that wo do agree to accept their proposi tion, providing they do not build tho cul vert to exceed two feet above tho level of the present culvert." Rev. E. S. Stono nnd wlfo of Enosburgh Falls arrived hero Tuesday ovenlng, whero Mrs. Stono will remain while ho Is at Burlington attending the clergymen's con ference bolng held thorn. Joseph Dolnnoy Is homo on a visit from Troy, N. Y. Tho annual parish meeting of Holy Trinity church waa held Mondny evening, April C. The reports of the secretary nnd treasurer. H. S. Stone, were read and ndopted. They showed a good financial condition. Tho church building has beon enlnrgeel and Improved, tho clergyman has regularly received his salary, tne pnrisn is out of debt and has n llttlo on hand in tho treasury. Vestrymen wero elected ns fol lows: Hon. H. A. Burt. C. H. Reynolds, Henry M. Stone, H. A. Burt, Jr.. and Her bert Robinson, H, M. Stono wns re-elected clerk nnd treasurer. The rector ap pointed Hon. II. A. Burt as his senior warden and C. H. Reynolds as Junior warden. At a meeting of tho vestry di rectly after tho parish meeting Hon. II. A. Burt and II. M. Stone were elected dele gates to tho annual convention nt Middle bury nnd C. II. Reynolds and H. A. Burt, Jr.. wero elected as substitutes. Tho funeral of Samuel L. Martlndnle, nn old and much respected citizen, who died last Saturday, was attended Wednes day afternoon. For many years ho lived on his fnrm on tho Mnquam road, but moved Into tho vlllngo about two years ago. Ho was a good citizen, a man of good Judgment, upright and Just In nil his ileal Ings und a kind husband nnd fnthor. Hon, M. S. Stone, State superintendent of education, will hold an educntlonnl meeting nt the High school Friday nt 2:30 p. m and nt 7:30 p. m. of that day ho will deliver an nddress at tho Congregational church on "Educational Interests and how to advanco them." All Interested In tho subject of education are Invited to attend. GIUNI) ISLE COUNTY. NORTH HERO. Tho lee Is still good except whero thero aro cracks, which aro now changing so ns to make It tieceasnrj' to bo very cautious while orossing them. Heavy loads r.re still be,lng drawn to Swanton and St. Albans. Rev, George Rurku preached a very Inter esting discourse last Sunday, closing his year before going to conference,1 It Is hoped by all that he may, bo returned tin other year. The social at J. N. Parker'u i,L lie Rotten nnd Miss Jessie Bnrr as teach-I v t. Mr. mid Mrs. last week Wednesday night was qulto a success, considering tho bad roads. LAMOILLE COUNTY. HYDE PARK. Misses t.llolo Walto and Anna Gllmore, who have ben sick for two or three weeks nro recovering. .Miss Marlon Cornell, daughter of Judge Cornell ot Jefferson villa return home this week, after hav ing spent several months with Mrs, A. L. Noyes. William I lower Is shortly to movo from the Ellenwood plnco Into tho creamery building.- Miss Maud Dodds went to Burlington Friday nl'.ht to spend Sunday with her parents. Editor L. H. Lewis wns In St. Jolinsbtiry Friday. Wal ter S. Keeler, formerly located In Pres cott, Ont., has opened a Jeweler und watch repairing shop adjoining tbo hardware storo ot his brother, A. II Keeler Mrs. L. P. Jackson returned Saturday evening from Concord, N. H., where she hns been for a week, called by the slrkneps nnd death of her mint, Mrs. Jackson. Land lord F. N. Keeler reached home Friday night utter a four days trip to Bos'on. Tho sugar soclublo at the union church Mondny evening wns well rnjoyr 1 by a fair number. Hon. Ellsh May ot St Johns bury wns In town Tuesday Tin Ilydo Park delegation In the f. V. M wUh tho exception of Don Srrlbnrr returned to rollego Mondny. Mies May Vilas ot Wl nooskl visited friends In town the fore part of tho wee k. Barney Ronney Is very slek from bursting a blood vessel In tbo slomach but Is reportr-d slightly be' tor. A nine months old child of Fred Noblo died Tuesday. Miss Clarissa O. Denlo Is very low at tho house of her nephew, P. T. Denlo and on account of her extreme nge, VT, but llt tlo hopo Is entertained of her recovery. WATERVILLE. L. O. I.eneh wjis In St. Albans Inst week. 11. F. Pollard of Iluilnlid was In town Inst week. Mrs. Alice Thomns la visiting friends In Underbill. S. It. Miller, Jr., has moved Into C. Tlllotson'H te item nf Mr3. Edward Moynnrd Is til.-Misses Girtrtido and Mnry Wilbur ar- In Bur'lngtm for a few days. The sell et sr-hnol, tain ht by Homer Leueh, closed on Thursday Dr. R. A. Wnterbury of Johnson will occupy STOWE. Frank Robinson returned to Mnlone, N. V.. on Friday ot last week. Ho quit -rr- in.i.. pn. hi (cot lust previous to sturt' inv MU w,.nt nwny a cripple Oi orgo url nas rt.nted his farm to Edwnrd Cutler , is no,v m0ving to the village.- Tho c.x,.rclsi at the Bran.-h th-.t w re to bo hold on Sr.tunlny night were postx. nod on .,,.t.0unt of the weather until nmo futuro r-,i,vin nicelnw was nt bom from nurllngton Una week on a vacation of a few days. Burt Bros, have In soi kl 20" iff ff.ot ot ioe;K , ht, manufactured In'o lum- lU tU.lr mnu In the vlll.igc an 1 at Xehrnaka. A sugar festival was hMd U tnu congregational church on Wcdnes- ,iay PVenliig ot tills week lie v Mr Wor- tlu,n j,as gone to confn iv at Barr- this .vwit t M not expected tint- h. will ro , tuni, though tho fact Is tin rrtr.in. CAMBRIDGE. Ashton Edwards has been suffering from I nn attack of to'nsllltls. Mrs. Myra Sargent u mnro comfortable than last week. siimucl Gould was called to Cady's Falls ruius iiiuess ter there. Ing for Mrs. Julian Burrows )mhy cri af tile Ir home Mrs. Os- K00(1 .McFnrland started for her home In , Minneapolis Tuesday. March 31. -Llzzlo I'iko of Johnson Is visiting her nunt. Mm. A. A. Hawley. Irving Coburn has uecn engaged to tench tho upper C ipartmcnt In tho school nt JeffersonvHlc.-Ml. s Scott ot nichfnnl nnd Miss Thomnson of Wolcott i teach the others. Mrs. Dr. Flags Is 111. Edgar Reynolds hns returned from a can vassing tiin In Morrlsvllle. Butter hold for SI cents per pound at .leftersonvllle last Saturday. The Easter concerts were well ntteiidi d Sunday even ing, both nt Jeffersonvllle nnd the Fsro. j L. J. D.ivls lost a va'uamc uor."t lasi week while drawing his Inst load of log to Bunklns' mill. Frank Fllnn is lnld up with a bad eye cq :s, 1 ty getting struck by u crank. E. M. Welster ot n.mvlllo Is making Ills nnnual visit to Cambrldgo this week. Mrs. Fred Plum mer Is entertaining her molb r, Mrs. Bryan, of Waterbury. Ml?s O ra Brown who has been on n vllt to frii nds In Pnhot hns returned to Ji fferonvllle. Mrs. Henry Cornell has been vlsl'lng rela tives In Essex. Albert Demerltt !is re turned home. Miss Edith Ilav ns la vlsltlnir friends In Hno.-diurph nn 1 B rk- shlre. Mrs. A. A. H iwby Is cnn rnp'at lng a visit to her son Burt In N w Ilamp- hhlre. Miss Lottie Carpi liter is n' homo from Montgomery. Mss Laura aiaren has returned to her home In Shi idon. p'h Mnr" Nye Is at hom from Man 1 Chester. N. H.. on neeoiint of the l'lnes: , y 7 --- , . ,rt "er niuuier.-.u v...j Montrenl for a few dnys.-Mw. cuulnir has returned from Richmond, lcu Ing her mother much Improved in health.-Henry Hawley Is In poor hi .ilth.-airs. uner is very low. Mls Jnmes Burnt s Is very 111 with pneumonia. Frank Cro p Is l..ld up with n bndly cut foot and Pcrby his brother with a cut hand which r nulred several stitches taken. Freda Thomas Is able to bo out again. Mrs. F. S. Edwards Is qulto poorly this spring. Mr. Emers-on of Worcester, Mnss., Is visiting at Lyman Seeley's for n few days. Jessie Cunen ter's peoplo nro entertaining friends from Morrlsvllle. Miss Gertrudo Hnwley Is stopping at homo for a week.- Prof. S. W. Landon of the Burlington High school was In town Wednesday Piirwlim ro St. Johns a worthy und respectnblo old gen tleman, who has been Inenpatitut d for j work on necount or rneumatiKm ior mu past fow years and has been kindly cared for by tho town started Wednesday for McKluley, Mich., where he Is to have a home with his grandson. The first sugar party of tho season was given by tho ladles of tho Methodist church Tuesday evening. Besides u pleasant time a nice llttlo sum wns ndded to the treasury. Paul King who nceldently shot himself Inst week Tuesday Is reported ns doing well and 111 a fair way or recovery. fast day wus observed by the usual servlco at 10:30 o'clock at the Congregational church. C. F. Hulbiird of St. Albans was In town Friday cnlllng on friends whllo enroute to his former homo in w atcrviue. (Continued on 7lh page.) How Is It Possible? ft eooil as any made nt homo, crin be sold IAS fur to rents n package (enough fur Xm j-nnr sfirt Viftnr mlnnn man na The Reason's Plain. I Many carloads of the materials (for None Such Miucc Meat fnrc bouchtntonc time, at first li.inds. Alt the paring, chop 'i ping, seeding, stemming and ' cleaning arc (lone uy jicricctcu , machinery. Such immense quantities are sold that a mite of profit on each package of la pnonah All poeer fH H. B..ar Send your n nnd trlJrei. od iqidiIod tbU naucr. will null you rrw tm. "mm. ur roiki' Tinnkuulim. Ir of u ti !!; MlMIIUMiOl.Tli CO., BVBKfSE,ll.t. t. . -JA 'i$T;V vy - ,;