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VERMONT LOCAL NEWS (Continued from 3d page.) been repaired ntnl pointed. Lytuun Hur ley raised 100 turkeys this year. Dr. C, J. Itilssell ' ban returned from Fltchburg, Muss. Mrs. Huwll Is with her brother, II, IS. Remington, mid will not return Ifor sovoriil days. Miss Ethel Hylngton of The school In tbo OrvU district tnur.ht by 1 Chjirlotto Is visiting her brother, II. L. Miss Fanny Smnll of Hlncsbiirgh closed i F.ylngton. Mrs. ltyll.Rton Is visiting In I vrii'iiurgn. We hear that the Allen Shoe Co. of Bur lington are making extremely low prices on shoes. siihmjurnb. Mr, and Mrs. Alan lllodgett nre the hap- ipv parents of u tine son, born Oct. 2". ' .1 ti. ..1.1. I .........I V. ll,.r...... ..(all KC,,riHllll Half ll-llli-aa ..... r. in. .iib- laSt week Friday HAST MIDDtiKRURY. Charles' Adnms. In Improving. John Con ley Is able to sit up. Will II. Kldrclgo came tip from New York for n short visit to his fathor's.lle returned on tile sle "Per Bundny nlKht. The rirm' of Yale & Tur ner mnnufnctiiicrs of sash. dooia and blinds at tbolr factory In this village are ton's brlMc bouse and will move his fam doing a rushing business, working night lly In the llrst of November ni'.d day. to Itoep up orders, Kldredire of this vlllane and .Mrs. Add-on were recently married. Mrs. iMth. Henry Perclval and sun have returned to their home at Sprlugllcld, Mus.. William Watsoil, It has been learned. Is to boaid himself Instead of entering the "Home" at Hampton, Vn. The family of fC. .1. Jtofrcrs have returned to their home In this village. Mrs. Henry Oilman Is lxttccr. tlonnl church parlors on Thursday after- pentor and Norman Colt ur" ntnong those noon to prepare a box of clothing, etc., to who nre at tho capital this week. Air. and bo sent to Alls Reltcngcr of Cleveland, Mrs. Solon IowIm moved to their new Ohio, a missionary umong tbo Bohemians homo Inst Saturday. They are to occupy of that city. Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Wash-, the faim owned by Mr. and Mrs. Wil bur!1 hnvu telegraphed their safo arrival in San Francisco from Kodlnk, Alaskn, Wo have discovered that good (roods and low prices can bn found at tho Allen Shoo Co., Burlington. WHSTFORD. Mrs. C. II. Cobb spoil last week In Mont- poller. Dr. C. S. Jenno returned from his hunting trip In Mnlno Saturday. Miss Ocrtle Cliaso Is nblo to be about the Ham Ilcardmau, I'NDUIIIIIU. CHNTHK. Mrs. O. A. Terrlll and Mrs. K. W. Hen. ry spent two days In Montpeller the past week. They were the guests of Represen tative and Mrs. W. J. Fuller of this place. Oaten Cndy of llroekton, Mass., a for mer resident of this place has been call ins on friends here. He rocs back to Hroekton on Thursday. Mrs. Whitney of beorae 11. I '.Mr. and Mis. Chester Irish are rejoicing members un oyster sill per on Wednesday r. Allls of, over the birth of u 10 pound son. born Oct. evenlnR, Nov. 2.-Hp v. Mr. Johnson w III ajj a anaia-iiv a- aa. p'i up in ayaa.aaa aaa.-i-a aaii.c in L i..'... t....i -..iiiMi,..! fmm her! the MethcKllst church on Thursday, Nov. visit "tu St. Albans. 3. George J. Hobart has picked about !.'u Joel Hai ti, tt has returned from a Visit "( miirM-iaiiiP nppics in.ni n . l.U i.mib..r. Or. IMivard Hartlett of 'hurd this fall. This Is an example of bouse. Stanley Scott Is moving to I,. C. i .fairlr-laaa laa vital laaaa- lane aalulnr. l rj It A Glousnn's farm. In connection with tho i mxj., ' ' uici-uiiH. mc ..iiuiKu Wo have d scovcrcd that good iroods and low prices can be found at tho Allen Shoe Co., Burlington. niCH.MOND. Ttio Towers creamery paid ror Heptem- ' j . . i. , j i , tr her standard miik si cents per hundred: goods at right prices and serve you best. You pay one fhe Largest and Handsomest Stone in tho Stato "My Goods Were so Satifctiry That I am back for more" arc remarks that we hear 'ln',,x "7nl i-vwiy uay. i cujjie icu us mat iney appreciate ine store tnc goods and the treatment they receive. We arrange everything for our patrons convenience and comfort. We sell the best Saturday at Swanton Junction were man Powers, ex-Oov. Ilcndee, George M. brought here for burial In the village Powers, Capt, Kenlleld, C, F, Smith and cemetery Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Iloiiiiley oilvrn are jii Monlpoller lu the Interest from Mltldlehury are visiting at Hiniy of tbo opposition to the "land grab" bc Stlmott, Mrs. Jennie Illckolt and Miss Iinf undertalien by Hyde J'ark -J. A. FJIzabeth Story visited at II. 1'. N'"'s on Iluialy Roes to Worcester, Mm., to visit Friday last, , his diumbter. Mrs. Orey. .Mrs. Untidy will FHAN'KMV K0 10 t"'r r"r'",r home In Uak-rsfkld for ,a few days. Mrs. elms'. Hilton of Jericho and Mrs, Winchester of Mradford nre Visiting their IIYDI3 PAN If. brother, II. W. Fratt.-Kvn Heynolds ie-1 mi,s wilm-i Leach returned Sa'urday tinned Thursday from Woodstock wheic f,nm ,,.r visit to St. Albans. Fn it 1'iin vhe has been working tho past season.- Ii.odtl tind bride of l'lattsbtirirb. N Y . Mth. Sarah K. Trilax and daughter, Mis. ,mllt. hMrt visit at Feidlnand (.autn- Monitor O'Nell of Spokane. Wash., who ..,Mt week. Mrs. W. 11. l'eiltlns who lil.ll I-litiniiiii, u ruwi i ..- nail. o. nX r... WorKlllR 01 l.OV. I'llKC-'S fnr tl'.H 10 lOiiKi-rs, . . )., rues- i hi-.-e montbs r..urm.d In SI. irrle Hull and Wlnlb-ld Hall i.iirv returned from l)oton Haturilay niRlil. lHCIIFOI'.O. to his brother, Or. lMivard Hartlett of '' m". 1 ."' 1,10 hlRhost test was 1 : the lowest, 3.7U; tDriCC. and VOtl htlV fnr nih .Mllwaukc. "l "- ...a ..a.ai..... ...... uvit.'ik'c ior ino moniii, i-m ins daily: i ' ' ' W. J. Wh'.to nnd Ferry Uussell have receives proper care-Mrs. Hiiwk-y, wldjw Onlly amount received 4000 lbs. The Con- - r no Rone to Newport for a few days. " ino lata ainn n ''. i 'densed milk factory paid for Sept. stan- WOO W f tl KPTd i r. i. v. i.-m- ars a.f Laiironccv I e. aauaaa.a ... ... .......i .... vv.. ... .... ."-in r( mi K !m ccnis nor nunuren witnout ltll'TON. nerai was nem isnuruay ni u a. in., uev, i0ii.. iru v. t. .inrniiu .,,,,,i iuf Jlr. Fuller ..nielatlnR. The Intorment was w,.ck Mnntpeller with her luisbimd, one says so. HfNTINCTON. Y.. Is sncndliiK a few days at N. It. Mil- ' ler'.. J. C Trao.v of Addison spent Sun- MIfp Mary Klrby and her brother, lfont dny with his parents on Hartlett bill. Klrby, have Just returned from a visit to t jjp. lumhs has moved Into his house he CrnftPbury and Hnntwlck. OcorRe Fish- i bought a, short time .iro. i-r ond his brother-in-law whllo out deer I Mr. and .Mis. H. 11. Thorp nre happy huntliiR on Hrend Ionf mountain met two over tho arrival of u son. beuls. 'ITie bears cscnpi-.!. .Miss Rhode Miji. R. M. Westell leturncd Saturday it ml Ml New. teachers lu district No. i! from New York, when- she has been vlslt nnd T, have Ix-en spetulInK a week's vaca- nc her son since closing her home at linn 1., t In ..nnitt. TA 1......... ....I. ...I... . . X ' .hurcii wus rpresented at tho Installa- overSiindiy. Hon servleei. At Shoroham by Rev. George Thoy do say that the Allen ShoeCo. takes Bennett and Pcncon H. I. Spoor. Cyrus the lead In low prices In HurlliiKton.Hvery Urilsh of Salisbury Is vIIIIiir at IVrry one say so. Campbell's. Edward La. I'YancIs who has , l-cjci.-v evvriii.' been 111 with consumption for n year or J-mi vi-.-iiii.. .MISS i,ook, ine leacrvi 11. tlluul .-no. There's 3ttch a cheeriness about warm comfortafcle Blankets and In iha Unfit Ilnl nve f-eniPli'rv In Kn rlav. a. . .... t ... a- iii,mi.oj uuwui iyhiiii wiiiiui luuia, umui,u im ,. a i rr. , at.. . . , -.--v - ii-ii I'.'IllllllVl' I., 1. .lll.-ina.-, i-j, .1. r Il'l'. L . f . .1 a T-a .. faff ft. t t " ,l)ll' ili'ia uiiuui.i) n. aiiu turv ,.iiv. -Clayton H Icu Is ItnprovliiR. ',111111 attended the phnrmnceutlal tneetlnR riat Comes trom two things. rtrst the Very desirable quality of the Is not the public sentiment of thl.. town, They do say that the Allen Shoe Co. takes t Mnntpeller hist WediiiBday.- Mr. rnd poods, and Second the VCfV little nrices at which thev are sold. t""1 hickod for signatures to that effect. me lean 111 low prices in uunnwon, iveiy M,.. K.hvnrd Morway leturneil homo ti..' J ... t .t. r " 00 nc t- in Troo . J e'dltor C. I He(d and wife nf the Jour I from their Western trip Inst week. Fred 1 Sisters has moved from the Win. Free- $7a30. ....... a....... a.. ia inna .... .All aa... Kmmoiis Dart has lensed the Clark M. m.n,,,,,,, ,)yfl of Co, .M.,'t((ok tlu.r ,,iy. Motrin farm and will take possession Do- .,, vnnliiinnu r..iniio m i,i.- . Percale House Gowns. Johns- Friday. The academy fm I ball teem are 10 play Rrlghfim a aiKmy 011 the Home Rrolinds next Saturday Tin' i boys .11 e lmnrovliiR dally. Cunsldr niblu IIiillov.,e'"n wnii duly obsetvtil In the vll- ptnctbo this week iihould enable tiiem to Icro by tin- younir peoplo with no serious make u belter record In the return I'line. ih.niriRe. Th"ro seemed to havo liern The innrrl.iRe ir Dr. Marvin O jflilard, eti iiiRh cabbaRs to ro around. Not one formerly of this plum, to Miss Oraco I;ar deer has be?n killed In this town this S".i- Hni? took place In Albany last Wi ltisl iy. Kn. The last two dayi of October weie Air. and Mrs. C. A. Knight leturn-d Sat put In by soma of the best hunters trying urdny cvenlnir from their lio'-ton tilp. -tt Ret one. Tho petition Rulnit from hero Mrs. F. I. Hill, who has been v.sltliiK to the I.exlilaturo pr.iylns for u law that frler.d.s lu Massnehusetts th" last two will muko tho solllni; or biiylin,' of llipior weeks returned Saturday nlRht. JKFFKItSONVIMai:. Mrs. Schoolcraft has returned from ISilstol and Is staylni; at Mr. A Haw ley's -Miss Mattlc Wlleox spent several days In liurllnRton last wrck nnd r lurneil home Thursday. II. W. Vatnum cams fiom Huston last Wednesday to spend :i vacation at his home. On Oct. thero was a RHtlierltiK at the homo of Mr- Lot- mil returned last Friday from 11 two Vcoka' trio to floston nnd Iowell. Tb.ere sei'ins to be u hitch 'In the progriss of the casket Industry on account of the lo cation whlo 11 In not determined. Mrs. II. 0. Comings and son were at Montpeller death of his nephew, Hnillus Caswell. MIs Kathleen Sayles, Mrs. F. I), l alby and Mrs. O. M. Norton, who havo bvn speiiilluR' the past week at Montpeller, ic t'lrneil home last Saturday. Mrs. Nancy M Cnrwoll Is InipiovliiR slowly. O. M. more (ilea Oct. sot 11, lie was 11 yoiint; man of excellent character and had 'many frlcrds. Ho will bo Rrcatly missed by bis nciiualntnnces. BENNINGTON COUNTY. nBNNINOTON. Jiwties Adams, who fqr a number of years was prominently connected with tho iilaylmr -aims and sltiKlmr C.iko and eof Imslnoss Interest" of Castleton nnJ Rut- f , wera' served. Thej were surprised by land county, was killed by tho cars at the presentation of a handsonio couch. I'. Wi!t Itoxbuiy station, Muss., Friday W. Ayers mJde the presentation speech, a. veiling, tin was u.dl known from tho, fact that he opned the first slito pencil1 II UNTINOTON CIATIIK. qunrry and mill that was ever opened I Mrs. ('scar II. Hills returned lifiuic from In tho Fhlted Statei, conduoMns t'llottnn last Saturdav.-G. B. Coner i.t for a number of -enr. ll for many j!iUon visited friends In town tne hist yenra a rnembcr of tho Consrnjatlonal t tt10 weck.-.Mrs. Child of Wuteivltlc Is church. Ho wns elected a trustee of the ,.,,rliiK for her diiURhter, Mrs. It. H. Cul Cajtluton s.imlnnry in 1VB. and was on of v?r wi, ck Wth the measles.-On the members of the board of trutees of ;ltt.mmt 0f Mrs. John Andrews and chll the Normal school loeuted thero up to ttvi ,rPU WinK sick with tin measles thu Wlll- iiine u no. aiciiui. ine remains irnx.'.l i -,ai-li..ru ..nn .1 not mwi iha.ra. lb s Norton's creamery paid Its patrons M Hssex Centra-, was unable to be In her ' ems ..:r iiimmi- i u r nun u .-.-i-i m.- tmyn ta.t w.k lo attend the funeral of chool last week on uceount of sickness. nii.. .n.-. .v.isun u ii.ik ..- 1. .a!.!.......- -Thrco enndldates wcro Initiated Into F.s- d superintendent of tho union Sunday-, sex Centre (IraiiKc last Wednesday even- rchool. in..i.'i..i,t...i.1 r tiua I5rniic..rs and e notice the Allen Shoo Co. at iliiR- 1011 arc fiiiiii;; tuu uusuiess 01 ine iuiii iuw prices must win. WllalalSTON. I.ulher Isham of South FranihiRham, . Mass., who has been vlsllliiR friends In icrcn 0111 ai iiuriincion last aiuroav. nY- 1 cept I'rlvate OreeiuuiRh who Is III m bis a po (q , j ,q 1 f. ,,,ia. n.. p, . 'several day.4 last week.-Tlie scholars In tk. V.AKL, in non()r of tho inctU''' blrth- h. ine In i:Ssex.-Seveial teachers w'th At a? I,J5' and $.69 made ot the line quality Punjab Percales Ji ts KlUlnV room at Hie hlRh school bud (lliv of llcr mother. Mis. Alm.ra Cornell - uirir sL'iioiurs visiien .iiiiiiiiieiier iai en-I uuerduy cut unu inoroUPrniy Iimsncu. 11 .ii. i...'.ii .iuuun. nr. aie ' ...i.- .a a-u.,- ncsday. Special rates were Riven and n I denly 111. A Mr. Itlalic of the lecture b'ir- car furiilslied for their use. The ev nt J M Ji . .eau w.ih heiv buit Frldr.y to nrnuw for was of nreat Interest to the scholar- LctilSQOVv l!S I" eciirsi" of leetiir-s. A eomnililco lin- timothy Henly fiom Massachuselts and the matter In liund. Charles W. Smith of John Htnly from Connecticut were m lul itjr t . ... . , . .. . ., . , 'nton is vIsltiiiR fri'-r.ils 111 town. 1 Me "juivts 111c rcmcsi ana aaimicst rctLpuuu or evening gown 01 rmirtli iinnunl dinner of tne uiciii no cum wns mid in ine 1 11 ion nous" itiil'day nlitlu. Ther" were 71 of the the r motiuf. .Mrs. Andrew iieniy.-Mrs. any fabric of Ilki price on the market to-day. Such bzautiful shades 0 RmM'hrpenbM'a and co!ormesand priced at only $t.25 per yard-U inches wide and Sn.-'V friends met with Cheney and Delia Tom llnjiin to Rive 'In. in a farewell visit Thev aro soon to leavo Hssex and removo , to Morrlsvlllo. Tho etenliiK was spent In! T.ilcotl went homo last weeek. Thoinni ltedmoud of liurllnRton was nt home re i.ntly for a wel:. Mrs. Isham tii'I datmhor Carrie arc Raliiluir. Mr. and Mr.. Charles Miuthews of Mlddlebury visited m.m Orecn.- Mrs. Jesse II. Norton has re- it only t.ltCCS 0 yards tor a drCSS. turned home after a two weeks' visit with friends In FerilsburRh. Mrs. N C. Haiie- (Zlfilr WF nl r4-i- ders from Meredcth. N. II.. H the Riiest nf JK VV cllStS. her sister, Mrs. F. II. Shcpurdson 1 borne new ones came to us yesterday. They comprise plain blacks rne woman s Literary club held ,1 vry p;insant mertlni: last Friday cviinn; with Mrs. W. H. Orlswold. The 11 xt meeilnK will Im with Mrs. II. M. Cornel' -M'xs F.lten Ilrown Is very seriously idrk nt tin- home of hor sister, Mrs A C. Or's wold. Mrs. M. U. Powell h.'S R-nc to Montpadler to vllt her son, W, O. Powe I. Perlev Pavls. son of Mark D: i. ri. rs pivsent end 21 invited RUvt. It mntly shot a law buck In I!c!. r' J. was .1 wll'l Riime dlnrer nicely serveal nnd all eiiiny d 11 plrnsant i-vcnliiR. I). .M r. Wilcox who spent the past wink n Hoston with his rinuchter. Mr V .1 KSSKX JPNCTION. .inns is ai ."wpon ior a ween an iw 1 111- i0il;es, returned linm- Saturday evm lis.. :n I'Rlni; b!s store aim stuck of goods he t)r. and Mis. It. I. Flngtr held a rei p I n for their friends, Oct. 1, the or as r,u J Ins the list anniversary of their marrl. r.e. s. a. Hrowneii is recovering from n few anc some very nanasome stripes rriced trom $o.?6 to 6,1. bom days' Illness. O. II. ItaWKin has returned from low.i where he has been for several Wicks. H11R ralsliiK was held nt the primary ut Mrs. J. H. Htlshnell's last wcek.-Tho Bolll)(1 y.trrtay m.irnlnR. The pupil o't vtry natty Velvet Waists were in the lot. Laces. lalily puroli.ii-cd theie. wi-:st MKitifsiiirii:. Mrs. M. tvea.K Hi St CAMHItlDCii:. W. Holmes Is spen'l'np; i) o Albans with her sister, Mrs, tho other schools nttondrrl. til.nd by the teacher. Ml it. l lie fliu' v. as , Ann s H; nicy. In Castleton Monday and the funeial will be observed Thill sdny ivf ternoon. C H ITT EN DEN COUNTY. WINOOSKI. J K. Tnuy Is revlsliiR tho Walton's A'cr mont Ha-ri-'iai for P'i In Colchester and tYlm osltl. All ciatiRes In others of socle tli s. w in lustrles air in.iuiifaeturla's, vti -hon'at be reported .it once to him 10 Instil, nriiiiaip In.i.rl Ion. The adtiitlsed le.ttt.rs ..t the postotllco J',s: nro to:- rcmiio I'reimer. Joepli Sirveant, Vllllam TheberRe. JefTerson O. Turner. John .McAllliter llleil ivirll- MaMiala.t- mc-nliiR of pneumonia and heart disease n f ' w ,lil;s A- t oclirau s last aft.-r 11 four days' Illness. Ho was born In eek.-The Ladles Help society will plve CambrldRe. Mass.. IX. years aSo ami lias "Vt supper at the Haptlst cimrch lived In Wlnooskl since IW. moving hero Thursday cvenltiR.-Hnrry Perclval of from Kssex Juivtlon. He leaves a wlfu ""i HuBton spent Sunday In town.-A. !. nnd two children. II.. was a m..M,i,..e uriidfonl was In .swanton Tuesday. Mrs. w.ek. Mis. H. F. (iordon has been visit Inn re'ntlx.s lu South Starksboro for tho pa5t few dnys. Wo have itiscov Ted that sood RMods and low prices can he found at the Allen Shoe Co., liurllnRton. JHHICIIO. Mis. Urury rettirneal to her home In Verirennos Moinlay. Miss Lizzie Cooper N v.;tinu- in Mlddlebury.-Mrs. 11. It. Oa liisha roturned from Illinois Thursday. 0. Suter. Jr.. of Swanton Is vlsltlnir el A. 1. Hradford s. J. W. Nye of Man chester. N. It., spent Saiiilay nt rt. S. Themson's. A. It. KliiRsbury of Chicago iiseil mothe- of Messrs. C-P. d anil Atr.8 Walston Is very III Miss Oenevleve Hurko was at home for a wiek leivntly. Mr. Tnft has moved from tin- block Into Mr. DiiiRley's house. John PhelpH of New York city spoilt a part cf his vicatlon 1..... . . .. 1 - . .... .. a.. .1 ...... . in'ii'. .an, iyc linen)- nit- ?l.lliuil imi ill. IS retlll'lH I..KIIIR 11 vacatlcn. Ml. (ireeli Is tukliiR .Mnnipcllcr, his piaec.-llarry l.ee is . lerklim In It. v.. l. M. Hays was In Northlleld vester Hrown's slora Mrs. CI. irk and ibniRhtar ,!,., I will start for Hrd 0.1k. Inwn. t H week. jj Marela F. Whltcomb nnd James I weaves- Mrs. -Hr. and Mrs. IlliiRh.un have !i lends vis- Kennedy of North Wllllstnn were married nt this phi'' lincton are mauniR extremely low prnc.i A ilunco for the benefit of the Cornet 0,1 fhoeu. p.,,,,! wtll ba- lii'ld In tho C. O. F. hall to- ' Taa ST (.1 OHOI '"i i a-aviuiia,. IVMair. ' ' , The a.anint; for the nuctlnRM of the ltCrlAl?DSON Mrs. Delia .d-ott. 1111 attendant i.t the Wlnooskl Hlvcr Camera club have been t5wx Home for AriI Women of liurllnRton, maiiReil from tho llrst and third Tuesrt.iys 1 visited her cousin. Mrs. AbiKiill Tll'ey. in tllc m(,Ilt, , thl. mijt nn, thriJ prl .Saturday and Sund.iy.-MIss I.mlly Mor- ,illV(1, TH. ,1(.xt meptin will be held No- I ion 01 iiuruiKion is vismnR ner sister, vernier is. Th club now has p. member... Mrs. Haiti,.. Oowner.-Mrs. (.. It. Leonnrd msi .M.ilvlli.i Plant of Kssex and Ollv r of IliiKsbuiRli visited her daiiRhter, Mis. I'leury ol West C.iirdner. .Miif-s.. were mar- I-. F.. HltiMllll last we. k.-C.'eoiRe Jlmi.lo ,y itv. Father J. K. Poulolt .Monday has completed his eiiRiiRement with O. . tnornlnif. October 31. Isham ami rouc on the 101. 1 selilin; flsh ,y supper under the nusplees of the and Krocerles for his brother. O. A. Jim- eiiun h of the Holy Family will be held mo. 1.. 11. isuam stuns ior inn went tne in n,,. Citln.lir. in. 11 ,u.xi 'I innsainv vn. H. J. Farrrlt met with an accident last Satiirlay. As he wns drlvlnir, one whiel of Ills bin dry ro' ds tvneon broke tbroiiKh the slulca'way tlpplnR over the wiirou, ('. F. Hulbunl.-Mr. Hinds of tlu C m throwliiR the boves and contents on the brldce creamery, with his family ilii'd Rrounil and damai; nir them somewhat Ir N.irth Ily.lc Park Thursday an l Frl ay 1 , , , . , . 0 . . . . I Fortunately Fiirrell was not very much mil on his r. turn home I ilday ricl.t was cd so lavishly this season. bo very pretty for fronts and trim-1 in.iured.-Miss Minnie capron returned taken violently ill with n edd.-r.-. i ii. bit of Lace home Inst Saturday from n nmnlh s visit W alte, who has been hpendlmr th sutn- j at St. Albans. Henry .Mnnsiieici anil .miss trer 111 .Moiupeper, nrriveu in t w. s.it ar- anCJ a. cliun Trom mfarrlcal nl Ihe M. R. liar anil will Sliciiil Ihe u'lnloe u-illi ha r pnrsoniiRo last Saturday by Itev. W. P. ibiiiRhter, Mis. H. C. Wells. Si inley. Mrs. Sally 1'iirllnR and Miss M. We notlcj th?Allen Shm- Co at Hurllr -J. Darllm; have Rone to Malone, N Y.. to ton nre dolnR tho business of thctown, 1 w spa-mi the wlnta r w th Mrs. D.irllnR's liriccs must win. daainhter. Mrs. Samuel Howard. u'l-rrnvti 1 r Adnlphii' Paul who has beui III for s-v-' .11.u 11. ll. era I weeks died Saunlay nfla-rnoon In hlsl Chas. Stone has move.l Into Chniei Al- ere nem ion's house. Mrs. Her! Coll ns of S'owe Lookers as welcome as purchasers. Ids Wistern trip Saturday. Paul Mor. n nn his mother. Mrs. Sam I lull Mrs. who was. brouRht from Hoston last wcMt Chn. Child Is staylnc a few da" w 'h Is staylnp: at Ur. Fred Hutchinson's of ltr daughter. Mrs. Kdward C'lhrr n , Knosbui-Rh Falls. lie Imro the Journey Hunt'ncton. Mr, and Mrs. Kdwrl Mint rmarl:ally w-ll and Vermont air s-ams visited her brother. Dr. Ilulburd .it Jr. .to i.Krea with him. Mtsrs. Slceiim and Cho last week. Homer Ho'.nvs I i. k a 1 Oh- of F.xeter. P.. I., nre In town buying; the .Inson CoddliiR fnrm nt the nr rth p,.rt unci;. Mr. Coml'S shipped Inst weeis one 0f the town of James MeCuen. ma.k bynu,,'M'nenmler.IC,u?lU'iy m.'ns to smArt iT0Wns- Wonderful the transformation a Oocilull and Cliarles S. Atlen .n. ' ' will effect. We show a b:autifut collection of fairy like . (.. it. urury and mi-s ami, s prury the amount reautrcd will cost you so little. Please see our showing;. nnl yestcnlay from n short visit In, Fur Trimmings. Marten Mink Bf.iver .ind arxv AnenrA At hut fi.tlf nrici-. itir.R them. i 11, iH 1,1,,,.,, .Monday c vcnlnc. Oi tuber 21. VTA. ... 17.-.. I -. ft f :.. I f ca.a n. .,......i ;..,.,in..u t... ..... .1... a al.. a II... t ... .a ..... . .. ' .. . - HV M.a. ..U. VUlliy ill LtHI V L UI 11C111.C LiiiN IJ11C. lUC UriLC .11 U Ldll. 01 11a a r 111 . ana; nui'ini ci . r aa.aniii aai.ii tan- .inn nii.-a- ...a. an an - iy m.y. l-iillier .1. Ft. Toll nil. 1 t " ' : ... . C . .... a... . r. .... . ! .. ,. a . - - a a n.i... .. ....a iil lih- iiiiua' .aaiaiiuia. .1 a iiri lai' ill tai ., ija. iiiiiiu awiu .all. aaiiu .ail?., iiriaii 1 1111. f .... ... a.... ..rt . t . a. - 1. . . . i.iit 1 aa. a-r" .1 n Ar rrirnr .11; niirrn3i;..rG. .. .. . . . ..... - o clock. William Inmson returned from fee. Itnymond Hsrinh of Canadu l si' I 3m Na ST0RC5 the Trinity Episcopal church, where the or Jerrers.invllle Is stopplnK r!,t , lhK Wl.,.k as , ,,,,, ulMlllI ,,,, .V.!In-'r.?i,::;!s ,u"1 "fternoon ' " '- ' - 'V,, "V"""' 7. nJ P"ri"io of l.uylmr Poultry.-MIss Mr. ,, .Mls. u c. Xleh.H f We-tford aai - ai a IWJV. . -- .. I- Is vim Of lllirril SDCIll Mlllininy ailll ..r.. ,.ul,l, tlw.la. tl II....... a... .a. a....iM . . . Ill ltlirlllinlmi .'illla al:i V. i.. . .... .. . ...-.aaii aaaaa aa. aa.inuu nil u.'llll)- sntTIII IS W IISU " tSllllllliy Wlin IHT IllOIIIer. .1IS. I'.IIWnpl i:. many oi incanKi s nuslness men aru worklm? for. A petition llbertlly sl.nud I aa.lll I... .. 1 M . ! ..... a.v- i a... in oiiviiu eefs pray-I,, , . Inif fllV the .lOllO lltlllelit nf Mr lln.a. a, I.. VP l -,'r' ll"' .ir i. iioii... .i .1 ... ... baps one of th.' 1 ! v"a nv "i U1-.UII1- , ...,,.. ....t,,....! ,1... ,...,1,-., ...... en by tliem Friday eveiilns to tins WhWt i club, and a few other Invited Rllerits. Thai bcn Mr. Horton has been constable and olllcer. Mr. Halloa Is fearless . id alns-' ' ""' . "V"J "VI,,',, K"''A,- Tn" tnliiaiir and l n terror t,. l-.aj l.ib ll,wn "ml fr"nl of ,,,p hollSO woro URIOW Tlle-Vwo'Jne : 'bay!; Z, r W ,,'T, ' ? 5'- ' V result will be watched Mth Interest ln',," U,e "nis were beautiful w i, car- Th.. nimmimiiv ..-u mi,.l...i i .... ...... ....!'" tlons and irallliiR vines, contributions 1 lii-sainy "f ,,,,,,,,.,, .,..,., ,.. '"': ...... ...r. of Mrs I I, " V" '".'av.aii .u, .. ..f ... ,,. ru t Per. .;. K. Lord, reliirneil to tl'T. ... ...an. .ivl.l.inn.. i.a.'.ia-a'aa.li.trA Aa ..l.rl.a ..a..1,w,t. .. . . . ........... .. ... .'.v... hunii- III Newport aluniay. .ir. w.ivison Tho community was shockil to le.irn of the sudden dwith vMuaaiiu.i nniiin, wnicn ocurrcl ut her home on Piatt street Tuesday mornhiR nt 10 o'clock. Mrs. Smith bed been allliiR for some time but wan not coutlned to her bed until a few days airo. Heart alls easa' was ihe dlract cause. Slin wns tho wld 'W of the late Horace W. Smith, whom Jn survived six years. She was born 01 ' ars iiro st Jericho. Vt. She leaves tlva sons. Unnlel II., Clarence, Orvls A.. Mor ris L. and Arthur M. Mrs. Smith was u kind and loving mother and an obllcliiR son, F. L. Nlehnla H'lw. ..I. ........ .rta.n.a 1... al... l.ral.r.aa a..l..lrM.n'a a... . . . . . , . .. . ... . .... 11.11 1 .i.....i.p,..a .i..iai.v.iiia, is.inui. i. uaries r oroes rocs so.ni u. ..111s- of 1'ythUs last ovenlnR Wu.s well attenil- Of the many kln.l and delicate tiospltnlI-iJu'm,!'0l!,'l "1",r.1-' J"; h".u ,nsI1?1' " " ed. A pkaaliiR proRramme was Riven by John II. Thoip. per. I 'V '"', ;,, V 1 akiich uooiey in a vccai soio. uss leasntest and most jl"'1"1""-' hl 'IVaclllUR house. P.u knr.1. recitation! Ml mi .Vary Parker. aaai mil - yi-maci uui ura jiuuiii. mill VOCill SOlOJ T. lletltOtl KlVleJ' sallS tin' low prices cm bo lomid at thu Allen Shoo ,l0m y.iilch he wrote for the.recoutlon ol Co., Hurllncton. ,tlc. 3,1 ,.,vvalry. held at Hurlhuttnn. Cor COLCHFSTHIl. jporal AUen who was to speak of tlrir .. ... , .. ,a . . r. . t rl to SiuitliiRo and return was unable to Mis. Nincy Plunkctt wns called to Can- . ' ,, , , f ni., Mr n,.r. ada by the Illness of her mother last Fi I- (, of ,., ,. ,,on-s,.nu.j , day.-Mrs. Mllcs, who has 1 11 visit ur k u r,.w WOrds about their calm alKn. liie I'perettu entitled "Orandpa's Itlith- w III be Klven under the uilsplec- of tlic Y. P. S. C. H. a week from 10-raorrow .evcnliiR. They do say that the Allen Shoe Co. tnkes the lead In low prices lu Hur.'UKtnn.l.vcry one say to. Mr. Thorn nrranued t.ibli fue iba. iilavair-t ..... .' '.. .'..1 a.'. ... day . . . ,, , , , : . .. avoii .Miinuay iiiuriiuiR u i.usiuu, iwi'ir and In a neat little speech. In behalf of llo w.,u rtll,Ml ,, Wcdn.-sday.-Mrs. hlmse.f and wife, extended th. hospitality ,., j,. Parmeleo has rouc to Schuyler of their home. I.ato In tho eVetilt.R. sev- VMt N. v.. to vlst her daiiRhter. Mrs. ernl y-.uiiR India's served coiTee an.l sand- n. c, lvt.y.T. pupils of tho Fnlon whiles, cake and len cream. At tho eiel i,i .i ...i,..r ...l.-miu In tra.vn ..vna.,.1 of the Rame. Itnliili II. Smith stood hlRh- ,0 K ' excursion to Montpd'lor Frl- esl In the score and became the recipient of a souvenir spoon, the Klfl of Mr Thorp Miss Eliza Lnpham of New York It In town. Mr. Howley of Shelhurne has been for Weber ise Is buy- d;.y. to visit tho LejislMiire. Mis. Otter Field was recently married to Mr. Daniel D.ivbt ol ""otiiesett, Mass. Kmery Monty and Miss Nettle H. Oalo wen married Tuesday ovonlnir. November . Marv ivwart. eldest dauchter of Mr. and 1, nt their new residence by Uev. Oeo. L jMrs. Franklin II. Dcwart, to OeotRe 10. FKANJvLI.N COUNTY. ST. ALI1ANS. The eiiRaiTement Is ntinoiinced nf Miss and Renlal nelRhbor. Sh was a member , "lPU- l l-Iol .,f i... T..ti..u.t i,r.,i. & Son. of New ork. H. S. Pc. F.iiKeno Dcsautels of New Haven, who i "K "PPles tin Nix ie Soiis.-I lenry Steb- j Mo,.y t MUtou. lu the presence of more Cotu has been the Kuest of Miss (.Irani return-I '!'"' !l !",n. "r, , "l.!""1 lr- vX'r f5'1'1'-1 than To friends and relatives. Miss Mary, MiS. Wll'lam !'. Weeks, who has been .l homo yesterday. U1P.' ,'as . !r y' '. ' Parmelee was bridesmaid and Ocoiro seriously III with typhoid fevrr. Is con- tlllam. the siven ycirs old son of Mr. , 'f 1 ( ''"lotte.-h. H. Converse Is lu her- (,.,;,., a ,ru,cr of the bride, best man. ! sldered out of daiiKcr. nnd Mrs. John C.rlmoro of I,owoll. Mass.. I "su"r ",r wniia-. ass'.stniR in tho earo Itctreshnieiits of cake and coffee were died yesterdiy mornliiR nt tho home of " 'sni A; Hiuiard. a'dnesday evenhiR served. The presents were numerous and his unclo. Jnmes Orlmore on Iliekok '"'" ""T' "iRoee nn.ire?cu ino aluable. The occ.islon was a very picas- " " . """"-ii .aim a.iut.-us mi me cany ; ant one u nil the best w s ies or their manv li aa.,.-,. .if (' ,nr nil.. . i a 1 1 .. I .. ' . . ...-a... . , ....laiiaiaiK ..' inn 11. i riciius were cxtciuieu to tne newiy mar ui'i .11 c.ui.iiiciniR luwii iiieeiini; s, etc, Al Our advs. We offer this morning an excep tional chance to save money- 'Tis done to test the worth of this space, and if you read these prices you will certainly take advantage of them, that is if you want to buy. Ten Pieces Tapestry, 37,'c. New goods and pleasing patterns. Seven Pieces 9 Wire Tapestry, 50c. Five Pieces Best Tapestry, 65c. No charge for making and laying. W. Q. REYNOLDS. RICHARDSON CARPET DEPARTMENT. ear load of ntnck to New to Cl.iremont, N. H. M'.)NT0OMKItY. Vnrfc nnil five! IJIvl. llJl.liL. Fred Slaytnn who has been 111 Is Imnrov- lair.Tlia 1 n r: T line,. ..Ir.elil aa ae ;t. Mrs. A. 11. Trilax of Swanton Is vIslllnK fi...,, fnr the nreieni minrler I. f). Th in- ill town. Miss llnwnrd. who has been ;l! (, now lodee deputv. Mr. IVarl Ia,s coi.dueilnR ni"etlns on Wesl SHU Is nt r fletch-r shot n larR.a ileer ,ast week the vllhiKC this week. Iteuben Deinar has Mr(li j, j, jipi)0na,i ., vIsltlnK Or nnd mo.d to nlH farm la Unoftnirirh. and jH. c. h. HodRkliiH nf Wnfrvllle -H.i-Hrb Lirock l movlnR Into Mr. Demurs mor Holmes of Pleasant Vnllev is mov ns housa'.-rll. J. Hublee. C. I-ulle.- Ransom. to jnn.s McCutn's farm. Mrs and Mis. I.. Shlna havo returmd trom .rhervro Potter Is on the sick list. The C Iloston.-lt.'pr-sentatlvc C. S. Parker was B wl)l ,ol(1 mcinx Thnrstlay evr ur at home over .Sunday returning to -Montpe Her on Monday .Mrs. Fra-al Domlr.a nns returned home. Ilev. Oenr;a Smith has tome with his family to Hlaek Falls. GRAND ISfiH COUNTY. ALIIFPaO. Ftreet, after n week's Illness, Tho funeral win tnko plncti 1-rlday mornlnR nt Pi o'clock at St. Francis Xavler church. Miss Inez Wnidwcll. mi employo of the tatter fuo.tory cut irff the end of the Index IltiRcr of the rlKht hand with u cuttliiR machine. Kllsha Suleurd of. ChlcaRO. James O. Fmlth nnd wife of Rnuse Point tind J. H. Hush and wife of Hritol wen- In town Vestal day. C H. Iloblnson nriivod home yesterday fiom n business trip to Hoston. Mrs. Julia Frederick went yesterday to Bouth, Shafisbury for a few weeks' visit. John H. Bldjr bus returned from n three months' stay in N.aw York State. the close of the imelliiR, It was decided by a unanimous vole to continue theso KHtherltiRs. It Is proposed to have ai ti des of Interest, either selected or orlRlnal, presented by different Individuals, also short discussions on Uestlons of the day. Thi next nu vtliiK will be held In U-ike View Seminary. Wealiiesday evonliiR, Nov. !uh, wha'ii the orKiinlzatlon will be per fected, John H. Thorp nnd Uev. Mr. (lu llek are tho committee III charRC. Mrs. Sirah Huron of Shelhurne has been vlslt ItiR .ii town a few days. A yiMiiiR son of Peter f-telihlns died last lied collide, They do say that the Allen Shoo Co. takes the lead In low prices In Hurllncton. Uvery one says fo. MILTON. The ladles nt tho ConsreRatlonal ohurch wri'k of Inllfimni.ulon of the bowels. Mr. will Klve n dime sociable at the chnrrb ftoodsHI. who ban hnd cI.'iirc nf .1. II. ttrlon- nn Friday e-v.-nlnc Novembor 4. Thorp's farm w.ll move on 10 II. II. Field s The lurRe number of friends of Mr. nnd i Mrs. Milton S. Hostwiek will be pleased to learn that they Intend to return from ChlouKu to this city, where they will re side for the future. Mr. Hostwiek will ro Into business with his father. I. S. Host wiek. The annual meeting of the St. Albans Whist club wr.s held at the Owlolllhrooms Tuesday night. Mr. MiiRlff presided and Ihe followhiR olbcers were elected for the H. II. Fuller returned last week from 'enmilnR year: President. M. MnRlff ; vlce- hls visit In ChlcaRO and Iowa, Miss All-' president. II. Charles Hcyce; secretary Ritsta Stearns of Underbill Is vIsltiiiR nt Jamil treasurer, Arthur It. Sabln. No ar Mr. Tlllotaon's. Chas. Skeels Is to open raiiRomcnts w ere made for the tournament the Austin hotel the llrst of next week. , but n meeting Is to be held a week from The house has been newly painted and pa- next Saturday to transact further busl 1 cred and various Improvements h.ivo ness. been made. Davis Sibley Is visit ur his Mobert WiuirIi Is finite III with typhoid n-.n, A. M. Sibley. Mrs. Opehlla Lndd of foyer at Hobart coUcrc, Oenevn. IturlliiRton Is vIsltiiiR her son' F. f. Uuld. a son wis born lo Mr. and Mis, Krnest Thero Is little chaiiRe in the condition of Williams Tuesday. .Mrs. i-. i. i-neiiis, who is very ruuisiy pniRi's hall was tho sceno of n merry .Mrs. Patrick Coushlln Is vIslllnR friendj Place. Mr. nnd Mrs. I, T. Irish of Mon-! III. Time Is to be a dance at vIllaRe hali, ' RatherliiR of youiiR people last evcnlnR. ...-.a. ma.- 111 iia h. a.aiuii i.i-niia i ii. nmvii , fov. nn ny ine luifiia iiicyeio ciuu. bcliij; a com pllmciitu ry party render, il t White. Hlvrr Junction. Willie, tho eUht years old son of Mr. nd Mrs. John Dillon celebinte1 the dnnl verrary of his birthday Tuesday night In VI tins about ) liy plnymiites. A" hud it very pleasant tuna with rnmes mid music Itefrcshments fnllnwsd, The funeral of the late John MrAlllstar was nem ai Trinity church yesterday uf. Into W. H, Hoardman's house soon and take charRe of tho farm. notice theAtten Shoe Co. nt liurllnR ton are doliiR the business of thctown; low prices must win. SOUTH HUItl.INOTON. Sanih Comstnck, who has been spend- ternoon. A. H. Clemant Um charRV and '"' h(,r vncntlon with her paronts, has re uev . . , .ici uuy conniiaHert the saT vices. The pall beamrs wore F, K. MelRS. turned to Hlnesburch Somu mucn iiccUmI work Is beliiR done G. W. Skeels. R. H. Horton und a. L. IM-irn ,no w,Ht 01,(1 "f th, Wllllston turnpike, vnrds. Tho Interment was at (ireen Mount cemetery. A. H. Clement has put a Ions distance telephone In his store. John Ilruncllo nnd wlfo returned to Jer icho yestonlay. We notlco theAllen Shoo Co. nt HurllnR ton are doing tho business of theto-vn; low prices must win. HINRSnUrtGH, Atout three hundred pooplo witnessed two of tho most InieroatliiR nifes fayer ilrlven on this trad; Saturday. Kitty Itusscll landed the fast race., Vlnnlc Iim burt second, Hen I. third. In tho farmers' raco Jumcs IJvermoro s h.ni., Daisy set- Mrs. fX'lla Wo'.cotl of HurlliiRton visited friends in town Saturday. Mrs. S. II. Tllley, who has been serious ly 111 tho past few weeks, Is bomcwhnl bet ter. I.lzle Maltktnd visited her parents Sun day. Prlvato Sherwin of Co. M Is now ablo to be out. Nellie McKenzIo visited with friends In WHIWlon Sunday. UNDHHHII.I.. Kdwurd Itcevi.s and II. I. Stanhopo were the Ruests of Itulph Stevens over Sunday. Cleniu Clark Is carina for her mother, who Is lu very poor health. C, C. Abbott ond, C, Maker's Walston Dan third. Tho '1'ns returned fiom tho Miilne woods, where JllnesburRh Imnd adul Rifally to tho 1 ,lu wcllt "u a huntliiR expedition. He Pl"asurc nf tho occasion. Diirlus thu rncrs 1 broiiRht home a deer, which be shot, and Vlnnle Lambert was sold to Now Yorkiar- ,s;iys u, K"'"0 ls lo o"nu in nbunil tleS for This maro Is undoubtedly nnco thla year. Will Palmer has boiiRht the fastest trotter that ever left I Hues- of l)r- A- Purdlek tho house recently bunch and roo.1 JudRes estlmato pablo of a mark If sent for heveral other parties lecelved Cory Caswell of Morrlsonvllle, N. Y., Is Miss Abblo M. Ityan lu honor of tho an workliiR nt the pulp mill works. nlversnry of her birthday. The occasion 'The l.lenwood," formerly tho "Austin was u complete surprise to Miss Ityau, House'" und "Mlltan House" will bo open w)10 wns InvelRled Into the hall by sev tn the public on Monday next, (.'. F, cral of her friends, who wero with hsr Skenls of Sheldon Junction at that tlmo and who rnld they wished to seo why the csi of St, Albans claimed for his bride one of Swanton's most i-stlm.ibl youiiK ladles, In the pa-rson of Miss Anna (5. Ila'injhton, The maiiiiiRe cereniouy was performed by Itev. F. M. norland of the Hplscopnl church, at the residence of the bible's father, O. F. lloiiRhtoii, esq,, on SpiiiiR street, In the presence of a number of filenJs and relatives. The house was prettily trimmed, and the affair was a mrst pleasant one to all concerned. After refreshments had been served, the new coup)e started South for their weddliiR trip, They will reside In St. Albans. (Jcorire C. Folsom und Miss Adiil" S' 1 mets were married on the cvenlnt: of Oc tober siih. How S. H. Sm th beliiR the of !lclatliiR clerRyman,Tho weddlnR wns a fllilet affair, no on" outside the family beliiR present. They went to Montpelloi and other places on their wedding trip and returned home Friday evenlni:. Mr. Fol som bus a line new house building, which they will occupy as soon as completed. In the en so now pending In County Court fiRalusl several liquor dealers of St. Al bunx In favor of the heirs of Isaac IIIIII ker, who was killed by the cars July 21th, I'Jai,, n consequence nf beliiR intoxicated, the testimony of Hardy W. Hllllker, who Is low with consumption, was taken Sat ut day at h s home lu West Swnnton Tumor and nice r, a sclentlilo and perma nent euro without tho knife. Patients visited It desired. l.'r. IC.vnond, 171 Su. 0f Ht. Albans has been vIsltiiiR her motlnT, .Main hi., fct. Aiiians, t. iteierences fur- ...- M,iwr, f,,rthe mist few .l.iys.-The Mrs. II. U. Darby Is ill with netiralRh Mrs. II. J. KUb turni' r'turm.l from Hoston whor.' she has been visiting a brother. Mrs H.ivld Maivin Is vlltlus In .Vontpi-lia-r this week. Mrs. Ilachel rftelnbarce of Champtjln. N. Y will spend the win ter with Mr. und Mrs. II. S. ounsr Mrs. C. M. YouiiR has returned to Hur 1 ncton. 1.. II. GrlRRS of Harr.- H In town. The whist purty met nt M T. Mott's Friday nlsht. MHs Jole S.ibrc and Mr. P. M. Sibro spen Thursday In Swnnton. Miss Alice Howmnn has Rone to IPn-ton NORTH HKHO e Mr. and Mrs It H. IIathaay return,,! '"'xl Sund',-V """-nlnB. !.ii Ajliir,lriv from Mont nllt-r. M r. Webb of New York and Mr. Itowley i f Shet-j borne was were In town on Monday puck Ins and shipping their winter fruit boucht her fjf New York markets. Mis. Do.m from over the lake Is vIsltltiE her friends In this town. Mrs. N. K. Hazen Mfses Six ittiflt's. Master Chaiiiv ey M -I'uln Is fm mo sick Int. Mr. and Mrs. Charles MeCuIn havo returned from Woodbury. STOWE. II. H. Smith Post will meet at O. A. It. hall Saturdny evening Immeallat ,y l l lowotl by W. It. C meeting.-Lr wis La touch has rented of fi.--a.irRe Wllklns, f' j farm which W. II, I Joyce has carrP-al a for tho past two or three jeirs Fred I' Hashnw has bought the S. '.. Por rt. f rnt Including farming tools and tin' eniir. stock. Mr. Pooro will move to the wll.igr and occupy the Lewis La touch h r Mr. i.nd Mrs, Nnye.s of Pots.1 tin. N Y , have been In town for a week pi' vl .' Iiir friend". The Current Kvents ( will meet for the purp.i"e of ors'anlzatl u in the house of Mrs. Knnleo Pott' n "ri day evcnlnR next. Tho Lord's stippi r w 11 be observnl nt the ConRrcgati"ii 1 cluroh 0!iLi:..NS COUNT V. OHKKNSHOHO. nlshed. Correspondence solicited, l.wtf. and Sheldon composed of A. S. Hlchnrd sou, St. Albans, proihlent; O. P. Twigur, St. Albans sa'cretary and treasurer; N. P. I.aMch, She! inn, general manager. Th-' llrm will inanufacturi' a full line nf l.eneh's "all in one" gun nnd bicycle lubri cants and hlmllnr goods, sportsman's goods, etc. C. M. Mnnsllfld, who Is op erating in u station near Urownvllle Junction, M iinc, came homo to spend two weeks with his daughter, Mrs. Frank Dixon. Rev. C'.coi-ro CI. JohiiMon held ser vice at lioro church Sunday, October 30, HAKKHSFIKLD. peoplo of this plnco are a.nxlously awaltaiig the decision for the now railroad, wnicn is' In contemplation, hoping It may go through this county. We notice the Allen Shoe Co. at Hurllng ton aro doing the business of the town; low I rices must win. LAMOJIjIjB county. MOIiltlSVII.UK. rcle Mcl.elinn cut ids hand very l ,idly last week while making cedur oil The doc tor took three stitches to cIhsj the w und . C. Chase nnd bride return 1 trom their trip to Hoston last Saturd .y. S.'Vir al of ihelr friends and nelRhoor c P ft on them In tho evening warn rcfr sh ments wer- served. There was a surpriso party nt Orange King's Satin lay even ing In honor cf his son's blrtlnbis Them was an oyster supper at Lake View 11 iso I last week Wednesday evening f r tl" i benefit of tin. Aid society, whlih was well I attended. It Is reported thai J. A Cruria I bus sold bis Interest In the m. rc.intl i business to !:. O. Itnnd.ill, his p.irtiur. F. A, Goodrich Is clerking for him. HAm'ON. n iiutr-. iiinc hi uiu iiuia mni i rtllll fill V If . her cn-'es.-Hl uh tho i ongrcgatlonal parsonage for recovering from It.-Thc sociable at Mrs.islsi a re.M.r.1. ' J1A r. Palmer moves tu this week. Allen's Friday night was u success both Ml. good of-,L""l Clark, the present Incumbent, Is to sociably and tlnnnclally.-lt looks now as en. fern for their horses, nnd It would reeni that breeders could not afford to lose tho benellt of thu Driving Park. Hilly L., wlin.er of tho farmers' rnce. Is n III tin vonder. With no training nt all he shows . hall this week on Thursday evening. mm to the creamery ut present prlceR. , evening, Jils ability to beat -J:ao If given his heuil. "vrion iiuwpurvy is ai nomc. Jio was jr, i, Costello returned from Hlghgnto Clarence linker's Walston Dan by Mack, mustered out of tho 1st Vermont volun- ast Frlday.-Jono French spent Saturday a sure enough trotter and will be. fast ta-er regiment last week at Northlleld. A j Sundny with friends hero, and went ond guiua. Tho Ormnnd colts nre showing 1 daughter was bom to Mr. nnd Mrs. Julius Monday to Mr. Hnrnum's nt tho village up tlnoiy. The i s nail n socl.ihlo at Mrs. ' i.yun on rriuay, uvi ihtiiio i.euuy, Fay Konynn's Wfxliiejriny evening, Mr. , young lad of about 12 years of ago, tho I'nul of Morrlsvlllo ls getting up a danc- son of Peter Leddy, was burled from tho lug class for the winter. , Catholic church at Underbill Centre on Robert Montgomery has hom-lit nnd . Saturday. Tho principal of tho graded moved Into tho Alexander Fraser place school, .Mr. Mildrnm, went to Montpeller cd Tuesday evening from IJarro. The fu nt MechHiilcsvllle. Ho paid HOW. John i on Thursday with several of his pupils ner.il of Henry Stebblns, son of Peter Hopkins has: bouwt the ShlnvHle place for u visit to tho Legislature. Soverul Stubblns, was held at the Catholic church for H"! mid has moved there. H. K. others t the number of 30 arcompanled last Friday morning. Mrs. M. C. Dcsnu- P.enunglon has been very sick with lung the pnriy. Hepresentatlvo Fuller very ! tels and two children of Naw Haven are fever at his homo In Fltehburg, Mas.3., generously Invltod tho school party to dine visiting friends and relatives In town. hut. Is better. Androw Cury has leased his with him nt his hotel. O, G. Whitn nnd Miss Gcorglana Duhnmel of Burlington Is arm to Frank Pllon Theru was n well family havo removed to Pittsburgh. Tho In town for n few days. K. II. Converse attended chicken pie .supper In tho Ilap- hand meot weekly nt the academy, under Is with his cousin, Kzru Hazard, In Fer- tlst church W dr.esdi.y night. Miss Lucy the lewdfrshlp of Jed Tllllson. Mrs. Lord rlsburgh. The Ltfdlos' Aid of the Haptlst Ilarber ol I'hnry, N Y Is spending tho whs ut her mother's homo In Sbelbiirno church held n, sociable at Chnndler Peck's week with her aunt, Mrs, H. M. Hull. over Sunday, The ladles of tho Homo , Tuesday ovenlng, D. O, Foot and wif., The belfry on tho Methodist church has Land Ctrclo uro to meet ut tho Congrcga-j' Frank O, Colt und wife, Benjamin Car- At- " taking possesslon.-lt ls reported that tho hall was lighted, and as she entered tho torneys picscnt for the heirs wcro Col. A..", . .... ... ...mi. .. .. . . .. .. .... .. .. A ll..11,iaa2l .1I....H, lis..,..,. A llilrl ,m,l . rooms occupii.il oy .mis. uimik, milliner, room they iinnounceii to ner tnni ino an., .....a, ... , have been rented for a gencnil merehan- guests were assembled to wish her many Fuinian of Swanton. F.rncst Mc- dlo storo.-Mrs. Irish, Mrs. Chandler and haiiy returns of the day. Tho evening Feelers was piesent for defendants foii havo moved Into rooms In tho houso wna most delightfully spoilt In dancing Jliompsonoi tne American iiouiie. ti. ai- oeeupled by Mrs. Mary Hoblnson. former- and card playing and music was furnish- I'""1. d t'0" Heag.in; Willard Furring- ly occupied by Dr. and Mrs. Plant. Mrs. ed by Parker's orchestra. In the courte ton represented Landlord Miirrou of tho A. H. Sturges, Miss Hessle Ashley and or thu evening C. A. Hostwiek In behult S'- Albans House. Only one deposition Miss Harriet Rogers have gon.a to Itulland of thu guests, presented Miss Ityan with was taken, which the counsel on both to attend tho convention of tho Woman's :i silk umbrella. A dainty lunch was serv- "lues agreeu migni no useii in uu in tne Anxllll.iry, held at that place Wednesday ed In the banquet hall below, whero threo nlno cases. It was n clear statement or md Thursdny. Tho ties of tbo new rail- long tables ivero tastefully laid the decora- wnui imppciieu inu uay js.inc iiiuaiier tlons being carnations and chrysnnthe- was khico, nun snoweu uun no .niu ine mums. The success of tho party was deponent, Mr. Hardy Hllllker, who Is now rgoly due to thu efforts of Miss Lillian dying of consumption, drunk together ut Tennv and Miss Cora Keinlngton. HI. Albans u great many times that rut nl l-:ugeno Spnuldlng, a brnkeman of the 2Hh of June, IsiHJ. Tbo testimony was r.-iii bout and children. Mrs. Hello Ileneli Central Vermont rullroad. who lives on taken before ! rank J. Foster, notary pub- and son, Harry spent Sunday at H. D, j I toy I street, Injured his hand quite serl- He. ously whllo coupling curs at Kssex June- mc 11.1011111110 sociudio aim supper ni tlou yesterday, Ho was obliged to go to Hotel Swanton Monday evening was well liurllnRton to havo tho Injured number attended, and nutted tho iung Indies dressed. Guild a llttlo over J27. George A. Hist, The Uniform Hunk, K. of P.. havo de- proprietor 'f tho new hotel, kindly gave elded to hold un exhibition drill and ball tho use of his parlors to thu Guild. ut city hall early In January. Tim ball Charles Sargent Is tho new clerk of will be preceded by tho exhibition and Hotel Swanton, Thero Is considerable drills aro being held In preparation for sickness In town and vicinity. There has rhuge of tbo lungs hist Thursday but Is It. The committee on nrangements con- been no iliptheria m tho village but l.. I:. HIS18 Ol 11. la. IlinOICy, , IlllCl.lCy, n. ' ini'Ul r- numi) Ull Illy aaiuni)- 111. Ill lia George, J. m. Thome una n, w. Gold- s.iuiy iiiuicieu wnn u. kix aio in vun u .tlieto now and ono child his ten year Mr?. II. J. Kdmunds and Mrs. Harold Hil lings have been sick. He-bum ICIlsnoith, , u defervlng veteran, who has become nearly blind, has an Incn-ase nf pension. 1 M. H. t,ewls raised Va c ibbagt s 'rrm a ,The MiiMinlc fraternity uttmdcal the In- mie less, than a half acre of 1 mral of Dr. Hundall held on Thursday. Mi. n. V. Jones of Neivtonvl 1 Miss, llnv llr Itnulh iiinnlntnil. ltn.irala.rs tn ibn ail.,, laaiai twrai ha-ra' slnea- tbo lb " l.tT Iteprcsentallvo Tlllotsou came home e.tLl llaiul.ni, the home of the de. father. H. K. Dewey, returned oni last Friday evening nnd when he went to rf.a!J(.,j un,i nlher friends: ssnt beautliul WcdncMlay accompanbd by h r lv ''.-f, Mcutpeller Monday In. took his daiU'hter. ,.nrill trhutes. The Uiislnefs lilnios in nrl her sister. V.ts. Dr. K, M N cK town wen close.1 during the erlces, nmr the Masonic brothers accompanied the ro. I mains to Hyde Park for hitrl.il. The teg ular season of thu Morrlsvllle gymnasium I Mrs. Heals, and two grandchildren with him to stny this week, .. L. Hall, mem ber of the House In lcPi'. spent last wo"k In Montpeller visiting frit nils and renew (Continued on Tth paje.) road running to tho pulp mill are laid as far as the "Cut" and the road will soon ' be completed. Miss Hlla Wood Is expect ed home this week ufter an extended visit in Washington, D. a-Mr. und Mrs. Will ' Teachout's. The Catholic fair nt St Ann's church glvo their last cntertuln ment on Wednw-duy evening. Wo hear that the Allen Shoo Co. of Bur lington aro making extremely low prices on shoes. WKST MILTON. Mrs. Joseph Lucia hnd n severe hemor- ng old ai-qiialntenees.-The repair,- on tho opcns thlg we.0it.Tli acudemy Minimis ongrcgattoiuil church arc nearly com iileted, W. II, Lnmpher commence-d min ing his household effects to Swanton Mon- held a viry enjoyable Hallowe'en hoilnhlo In the academy building Monday night. -Thq .Methodist ladles had a chicken plei day n'ornlng.-Two letters have been re- hXmr Wednesday nmiit.-Mr. Austin celved from H. F. Nuraninre, whllo on tho way to Caillfornln. by his inrmits. Dr. Wilkinson of Pl.itishuiith, who hns been visllng at C H, Hlodgett's. li-ft for h'-nio has returned from Hurllngtiin, where he him been for tnatnicnt In Mary Fletcher hospital Ho Is Improved. Mrs. A. It. Tewkshury has leturncd fmin a several Sunday.-N. It. Martin of Fnosburgh wis Wlt.,.s. st;iy wUh lu.r .iiuightcr In I.incn lu town several days last week buying cattle and slvep. Deneon nnd Mrs. John A. Perkins returned from Hoston Situr day evening. GKOIUHA, Alvah Hevlns had n husking Tuesday evening. It. K. Ilullock's horse took a lively run FrhUy morning from the ter. N. II. Anderson of talc college Is back lu town. The Woman's club held an enjoyablo meeting londay evening. On Frldry cvenlngthe fciirorgaulz.itlnns hav ing lieadqiuitors lu G. A. It. hall had a Kcuible. Mr ami Mis. i-hannlng Green havo n new daughter .Mr. nnd Mrs. Chnr lc? Merrhim have letuined to Chicago. Dr. J.unes W. Hobiuns, late of Colinec creamery to tho More, wheic ho struck ,;.ls' ai.CljV,i , ,ocato In Morr'avllle tho steps, damaging a wheel, The Llg gins fnrm nnd funning tcols and all pei- for tho general practice- of medicine, He comes heie upon tne auvl-'c nnd rec- sonal property are to bo M.ld nt wlloii niumendatlm of Dr. !:. II. Johnson, nof rcnuiln In part of tho houso through tho thought a law suit would bo the result of Mini.-., V.1IIIUV. ,a.i..ii.iiiam 6" ia tne new creamery siit-cuiatlon, A, Me- crntchos us thu result of n sprained ankle. xay Is making butter ut homo ns he -Tho Knights of Pythias meet nt G. A. It. ran realize much more than by taking his hall this week on Thursday evenlmr. ,iur m n,i, r.,m,rv .,i ,ir,i.m .i.. Herton Iluinphrey Is at home. Ho was jr. D. Costello returned from Hlghgn'to wheio sho is to spend tho winter, KAST CHARLOTTE. Mrs. H. C. Peers spent a portion of Inst week In St. Albans. Walter Foss return W. M. Clancev left Inst night for Hos- old son, Cirl has died, Of those sick lu ton, whero he will spend his vacation. lb" village, Miss Maymlo Donahue und A pumpkin plo sociable Is tu bo held at -Miss Graco Collins aro tho only ones con thet Haptlsl church parlors on Friday ldered In a dangerous condition. The Watson has doctors havo held a counsel over each of Worthlngton J. from Ottawa. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. C. Moehan night fcr Boston ami Connecticut, wh-re tney will visit Mr. Median's relntives for several weeks. Mrs. C, A. Lang of Montpeller Is visit ing her mother, Mrs, Burn M, Davis, Saturday, Lewis Wells stuck a hemluck nllvcr lu ills hand ned Is now siill'eiiiij; from blood poison. W. 11. C.irr of Fun Warren, Hoston, Mass., left Nov, 1st for Cuba, wh?rc he has been ordered lor duty. Mr. and Mrs, II. S. Newton returned lust Saturday f rem a ten days vMt to his brother, Henry Newton at Pcabudy, Mnsv..-.lhs G. J. Caldwell Is visiting Mr. and Mrs, Hminet Thciuas at Handnlph. C. II. Loomls Intends to spend tho coming winter In Fillmore, Cnl, ihe young penp'o held allnllow-cen pnrty nt the hull M n- day eveiillig. Mrs, Curcllne nai-hourn her dausli- of Naug.iluck. Conn., a former physician lure. Dr. Itobulns nas made arrange- Statement of W.H.H. Conner, Assist.mt Postmaster. UNITni) STATUS POSTOFFICC, Hurllngton, Chittenden Co., t , William K. Hill. W. II H. C nner. PotUlasllr. Ass't Postmaster August 15, 1MS. Tho Fidelity Rupture Cum Co. of Ver mont. Y. M. C. A. Hultdlug. City: Gentlemen I desire to ndd my te.-tini jiiy tn fuvor of your method of triatinc her nia. For nearly IS years I havo been a sufferer from the effects of n largo rup ture; have been operated on for the radi cal cure of It, but without t-uccess, anet have often found tt dlfllcult to retain It with any truss, After all this I had lit tle hope of ever receiving any benellt, but ibout eight months ago 1 decided to try your treatment. 1 was lltted with a truss, and since that tlmo my rupture has never come down. 1 have received eight treat ments with Mis. Hall whcicby he pens m(,n(g nm, 'novcr bcon olllKCll to' l0j!0 nny s returned them und an operation was performed on . ' ............... f..'..,' i.,,.. v1h1. , lH .Miss Donnhuu by Dr. Wheoler of Hurling- '.""n. nlr ti o, t 1 r an left last to... agisted by physicians here. U&oMmlc tt AUc'n hoe' Co! at SHIU.DON. Hon, A. F, Durkco who hns been do ing business for tho past Uu years tainnliM a general storn has Hold his business to rieoeirn RaA-ol" .vhn lirau linoaa ..w,n.ll., T. C. JelllllSOIl and A. S. Gulllip, possession the summer tn this city, has gone to North to be given Nov. 1st, The llrm will bo un. tier IIIU 111. Ilia., an .jt'llliirajii aaina a.i.uiai. .an, Jeiinlhon has been In tho employ of Mr, Hero on a visit Mrs. Holland wont to Montreal last night. She was ace-ompanled by her daugh ter, Mrs. A. Cooto, Miss Winifred Ingalln Is qulto 111 at her home In Colllnsvllle, P, Q, H, W, Golden has returned from Rich mond, P, Q where ho went to attend the funeral of a relutlvo, SWANTON. On Wednesday evening, Qeorgo Rounds, Hurllng ton nro doing tho business of thctown: low prices must win. und cccunl"s the olllco of the late Dr. K. J. Hall, .Mis. Hunnun. ii compositor In tne News .mil Cltlncn olllce, was called to Iter home In St, Albins by Hie 'litlcal ll!ni-s of her father. The fall term of school In Peopled' Academy clos-as on Tuesday, Nov. Tho students picsentid n taiimt play and luld nn cnjoyablf' Hal low e'en socl.ibli .Monday evening i.nd will hold rhetorlials on Wcdnoeilny iifternonn, .Mr. Chandler, section boss on the Morris vlllu s4'Ltion. St, J. and L, C, load, has miivcd to Mrs. Chun hill's house, famil iarly known as the Castlo on Hiidgo Mi cel. The .Methodist Kpwnith League has a business meeting und social nt the paisonagn Saturday evening. Walt- r Sar gent, clcik lu Iho bunk, has been appoint ed to till a vicancy In the ntlleo of collec tor of delinquent village tnx"P, caused ny HIGIIGATK. W. M, Smith nnd wife nf Manchester N. H.. havo been visiting B. F, Nye. the remoial from town of Hllas K. l-'ostcr, Mrs. Franklin Hellion Is vIMtlng her sun F, J, Snutlley hill- gono West with a car and daughter, Mr. und Mrs, Willard Ilef. lead of young cattle and will return with Durkeo the past seven years. Mr. Gallup lion nt .Montreal P. Q. Allen Russell Is Im- a car load of Iowa horses. Tho new Hie Is a young mini, son of ex-town represen- proving .Blanch Nyo Is under thedootor's alarm will bo tested at 10 a. in, Thursday, tntlve H. C. Gallup. Their many irlends jenre. Mrs. Curtis Is very low and a p. . !., It, Hoynton of tho Hoynton Fruit Co,, wish them success In their new undertnk. parenlly cannot survive long. Mrs. returned home Monday night from a long Ing, Mr. Durkee has sold nut on nccount Augusta Best wns cal'ed to Mrs, Martin ubsenco lu the Interest of the company, of poor health, . Hellion's Sunday morning to cure for her j Ono pleco of Hallowe'en wotk nle iy Sheldon will soon havo a new manufiic- aged mother, who had u full nnd wnti'dono by tho young men was the deMrue u'rliig business established In the old seriously hurt that morning whero she Is, tlou of an old blacltsmlth shop on M iple bnnk block, Tho new (Inn will bo known , bonidlng for tho winter. Tho remains of street, which hns long been nn "eye sore" as tbo N. P. heach company of St. Albans M. CobwoII who died suddenly last llo the peoplo of that locality. Congress- time while taking them. Now 1 am cuied nd can go without my truss without thu slightest inconvenience, n thing which I never expected to do, nnd am moro satis fied than I can express. I trust uu will bo able to relievo a vast number of sufferers r.s you havo ine, nnd 1 shall take pleasure In recommending th Fidelity" method. Yours truly, W. H. II, CONNER, Assistant Postmuster. "Fidelity" RuptoCureCo. of Vermont. Main Office: Room 4 Y. M.C. A. Buildinp;, Uurlington. Vt, BRANCH OFFICES: Kast Hardwlck, Lyndonvllle, St. Albann, St. Johnsbury. Mlddlebury, Rutland, Watorbury and White River Junction, Wrlto for circulars.