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0 VERMONT LOCAL NEWS, (Continued from Cth page?.) i a few .lavs with ft'onds In Iturllngton and Ing his brother nt the Congrogntlonnl p,ir- , Sholbui'n'o. Mrs. (1. W. I'ulmor Is slowdy soiiagc. The Ladles' society will be on- remverlng from her Illness, Mr. Crun- tortitincd at T. J''. Dcnlos' Saturday, dull has rented hW blacksmith shop to March 4 1 Ji . Louise Nichols entertained u I Mr, Fisher of Ihnllngton, who will takp few friends Saturday evening, ben, asm. i )ioisoshIou I hi week. --Mrs, Or. Hcmls has J. M. Wright In recovering- from an In- i o. iiinimi Mr v,..-v qtrontr Kin" 1,l''" oiiIUH to Itrulntrce to cart' for her Juty cniised hy a fall.-(l. S. l.tHMott was fliLlidr nwlhvr, Mr. Sargent, who Is 111 with In Newport part of last wook.-IJcrnlco l-Iol u'lii iJnV itM v.iiVtw Mr I111I NIn! IVtcr Pneii.nni.ia.-M.s. A. M. Sublns and Mrs. Woodward, formerly of this town, now Strong, le'ft for 'thoP.-ho.no I.. KansasClty Vllur M L "? .'"Sr.VI? "n lrmiKlln' Ksx'if dsltlng 'her ohl neighbors and weekJoini Hoylo has gone to llrlstol to KNOSHfltO FALLS friends in town.-The Odd Fellows hall Is T.LcZZZ Tv '.7, . ,' V, completed and a promenade con The 1 cluivctscm &Wc iRlchavrtson. Is sick with piicu- cert was given Wednesday evening, March 1st. The Howard opera house or chestra furnished music Mrs. William It. Hodges Is visiting relatives In Wost rlold, Mass. Miss Funny Stevens, the. popular teacher at Jonesvlllc has goiui to Hartford to visit her brother, Or. Stev ns. Tower's creamery paid for Jan. Htandard milk S5 cents per hundred, aver. ago price W cents Tho Condensed cteam ton returned home from Wattslleld.-Mrs, IJoxter Alitor remains about the same ST. C.KOItC.K. J. M. Jeffords Is moving Into his new store In the Merrill block. This storo Is said to bo one stores In the Slate, This Store Dobs its Business Will m Goods Old goods are not tolerated ours have dis appeared. It cost something to move them but jj; i ;l ,fc.iThohnu1Ic.,1met they "ave gone. To-day its new things we call ' nTi Z, Itobiiison's farm and took possession Inst week. Kelson Oordou has the. contract fi r building the shops and oilier buildings along the line of tho Itutlntid extension. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. l.adiie of Alburn aie visiting; friends In town. M. S. Thom as has returii"d from Kllettburgh, N. Y. Mrs. James McDonald Is III. The ninW has all gone and wagons arc being tiseil. SOUTH IIKItO. Loon Dubinin.! of llrand Isle was quite seriously Injured Sunday while hell GOOD COOKERY. IA AA ' rftrvfvV laud by nccounts lie was ilolng as well as Comrade James Mlllham wns 111 tne with Mrs. W. It. Hutchinson Mondaycven- r QtAntion in Nmir TlrP;! rifinf k and Silks V,. . , . .V u 1 .V' n,.,.e.. ctv inui Mm t nnl.'i v in attend the in.i,,i. or 'i-i.,, s..,,i..-,i m,.,. ii imen VOUl aiienilOn 10. IN eW Uiebb UUUUi dllU OUKi) 1 1 helps at the Sand llnr.-J. II. Fresh's funeral services of hh comrade In arms, moved Into the Merrill block.-Mrs. Place i, ,1 Pc eUmtm in Plnolrc '""P' 1,11,1 U 'V'11' L11.," William W. Walker.-Mr. and Mrs. M. W. nf Swanton spent Sunday with Mr. nnd amOngf ttiem the neW LreDOnS SnOWn in JDlaCKS coush, unite a nitmb. r of tin llliiilllt mi vii ii Hiinirlnn Wrlhdav tiartv r i. Vni,n- .iim,i nMiir ,li., . . . ... ' haJHK the same, disease. to Miss Hannah C. Hnsdlll on Thursday iivered his leetnr'n ei'nltle.l. "The sunnv ntlfl rnlnrs ThP fl PW MllSlinS and Dimities ' the use of the employes of the it. C. It. It. evening ecu. .-.ski, ai which u ginmiy mini- hkic or l.irc," on Feb. 21. 'J lie lecturo was W.Y.V At (Copyrighted ) a at ire holler from to Allen's point to SOMH HINTS A110CT I'ASTHY COOK the It. C. It. It... JN'U. (Hy Mrs. Mary .1. Lincoln.) If pastry Is ever to he eaten, wilder Is youngest child l.s quite III with whooping l"L m",!u p--i ' i" ; " , miiki one pint oi milk wun linir ,,n on wiw iinu u un) m rriury v hit j i i'n i4lrn1ii out tlif. vcm-talil and stii hit (i thr Still Willi Us, I'hnre h,is boon much Indiscriminate with i ronton'. I. c, blU of brond, butter ;d and btuwie d in the r veil. CI! KAMI Q COt.Vi; 0IIAT1V. ,,i,n,i...., ... . geneiai sugitc.uiotis in ugaiu iu u win liming the same. dlsease.-Hulldlngs for " """" w,u ' ' ' would be almost ranli poison, then- an ho can cat It without uny pcr- harin, provided It lj made au that Co.. ure to be built at mire at Allen's ber of tho relatives were prcscnt.-Mr. and very much liked by nil who heard it.-- nrh nnfl fiaifltv niPPP nf raffi LaCR Ofid hits Of ''?int''"iV ,t-'t'u''' h ft Monday for I'ro- Mrs. li. 11. Warren gave a quiet Home -n,,. schools nf ibb- village will elon Mnnh " t - - viuence, u. i wneie ne mis a jmiu.m i ,i - i nf e. ,,nUt.l,n.. i.. . -r.. . i .'In a I'lnlbhii slope. n will visit liU ,uul11 a .my wns ,m pounds.-KH t. j.idson is - - -ihMiss' ,or ono ; gathered newness, in KibDons, laaies' iNecKwear. noti.rH at i.ndgeport, conn., hero.,. "'- ; very tck with Ilrlght's disease In Its worst ..., nolin. ' of iiuillngton Is visiting HAKKnSFIBI.D. ... , , .. tr' 1 ni going t" l'l uvid'iu e. Frank l.nroic re. , her coutfn, Matlle Ishnm tins returned K. Ish.nn's afte M.i.. i f,t. .i,.vu .itii ber nnti winiston m.V . t n--tt, ii,.,- Mi- K-..I. eoullned to lb ..'.in ,'.',u,.,.'. . . ..I 'i m'n'n.. iv.is having n severe week every evening exept Saturday at !!,'',r,t tfouble. ... .i.. . .ii... i...,i.. i .,i i. rltitslicHl his farm I ill IIIC .M,lllUII.-.l liUllnr it lliuil.ll. , , . , . M.. A1.I....I1 .. . . . r .... . "" uiiHuiiMir.., i.ui-.-i, nun 1 1 1 1 le .n iiiiiKi-. 4.1 :.. U,,n H r r med tho tn . ... ...n. r .. . w Ih sllltab In eomblnat ons. s fo lowed hv riiiiiu hiiiv 111 ii 1 1 1 i ii 1 11 1 1 i 1 1 hi 1 early In March to be he'd 1,1 UV,J exercise, mere win no linll. 1 occasion for such wholesale abuse ot wnat milk two tablespoons earb of butter ami flour crenined together; stir unlil tliu cry p.11.1 u.v, per nuu.irci w no,.. . . M ,, Warrp Kavo ct umu lug. the average amount of milk received , ... . " . , ,, ' ii,i,. form, HINKSnriJOII. Miss riorencc K. Allen went to Hurllng- condemnallon of pastry, and uhll" there sauc thlcKi ns, and occasionally fur i3 10 diaibtless many people to whom It minuter, then add one pint of cold . orne 1 1 Mlllham. Mrs. r. Jl, Quite n number of farmers tanned their 1 UC IieWCSL islVlCJS ailU LUlUiHlta ill iviva VJ1VJ v CO, 'n""1 1 ",n . u" " ' "--leae. nosp .... -,i ::.' ,,,,, , ,, to tlnO.ome of Hiram 'mlK111. lacrs last week during the warm . . .. , rJ , .. , w ...i. 1 l"' r',lV' "''T vf. u.VS.;? "TZJZ ctllc lallor Made buns and new materials Dom "ZrrX j..n.' , ;,r 0. e house all of last week, Itrlgh'am' Hall Sunday by'ltev. Mr. l.onch roQrlir r uroar rarmpntc anrl niPfP ?nnrZ ThpSP "'C.M ''.l.,h" M' .el,u"-,h Wednesday !';" ;.",,;, '":, "r, XTV,ZtT t!!., cold, also rheumatism and of riheldon.-An alarm of lire was given "Y v-u.i 6""'""'w "" evening.- icrmru ueeier is empmyeu at ' "7 " xwort.M i,brr.2 tcr m' goods are the best no store can show finer qual- w', 'ri, r,,,i,ii,,l meet ini nf Pn trio! I.odee V lll,s B'1? t0 " .Mrs. Alilgau tillgll s led, however, wtl little damage. .. C . - L....- J ,.,,r,.,4- U n - ' "" ind A M will bo helrl Frl.Uiv at p m ! Tilley, who has been conllned to the house -)s .Mary Iirighaiu went to Now Yoik ltV than We Offei . Our DUVerS dO nOt VlSlt the SOl-'t 'o A?niVlrmX 11 1 1 -11 , n bal some time l,V,"ra. cTon VVUuaT wi-Uer.-A. I.. Hall received word one day called lOW priCed hOUSCS, nOt that WC don't like ntthetown hal AVorthclm was tiiken to tho Mary Flet-i""' "'," ' '.V'--,i.' nri. ..?.!i, Tm? !!,!'i..wt!!t. t,.K?'1 "nJ'rJ- w,ls fc'laus. . f . A MIL' clur l.o.ndtal Monday for treatment. The ' " ' ' " , ' "LvV nV..1. ' V 7 "l 10W DriCeS. DUI DeCSUSe tnGV IiaVc 1UUI1U U UlllJUb mltn, nm 111 llliee WHS sent (lilt for im. ""'.V.' 1 ""' . ' .' laiiiuiiini, niimin in- nrui iui in,- x y ... lames M. Knox, who died of consump- , '"" B.UJT( 'T.V.A f rl AmV, ,., Friday was burled Monday at 2 p. 1 " J'1!;,, '' 1 ' v. Mr. Kelton oillclatcd. He leaves u , Saturday evening, l eb. i.th. 7 v UV, ,,1.. i nf eonsi mn- , K'nr Hlnsdlll gave n birthday party to nt of his healthThe town au.Vtor.s have t t.'i-M.iv iiiuin.i vntwinv nt " ,i m 1 '"'r Immediate relatives ami Menus on ivcommendi d a tax of Did cents on the dol i.. 'i.-..i, r,iMnii.t,i lir. i.,vV n. Saturday evening, l eb. 2.1th. 1 lar of the grand list of 1S to defray town lf," nod live children. His In others. I KAST CI1AUI.OTTK. I xpenses. Judge Start has been at home Capt. K. M. Knox of Hutland and Frank will Hauls went to Hrattleboro Thurs-1 '"' w,,,:k,T,A,1U'" I'stus i , . Knox of Burlington were here to attend ,iav morning, to bo absent sotno time.- Uk. large farm in Milton ottiied by llobert tile fun. rnl.-llenry Moore, a former rcrt- H. p.. Kno has tiurchased the Una home- "; """K x lpw Mouse, hi. Al- r ,i,iu .... .ii,.,i n .invo .limn , u...... t ii iu r, bans, and will take possession of the same U' III ,i,,r luim, tii.u i . .-...x. it'lIU, itllll OU1UII1UI! Jl-lril ,.t .vj liiiij . , Vl,l,,i ,.,u I , the farm the mmlng ycar.-The Messrs. 1 Ciejlimce mcale DUt msnion IIL'HOH CKNTF.lt. Is really a .libelous article of food l'astry Hour sho.ild ho used, ns this Is soft ui-er, cut 111 small cui'es. 'rum lb. mix ture into 11 gratia dieh. buttered, wr with one cup of crack. t crumbs. ?tirrel Into oiie-fonrth cup of meltml butter, .ruS set Into the oven long enough to br .wii the erombo. (iiunlsh the centti of tlm dlh with a, boqm t of eeli-ry . dm-. I'OTATO C ItOQ fl JTTIM. I'ress through a rlcep hot 1 j.le-1 peinlo. es enough to make thr'o ciq - add tinea tablespoons of butter, m.ir.y oie t rpoonfill of salt, one-t'ourlh tenspuon r..rri of paprika and ci lery salt. haiT a . .i-p., .11 of onion Juice and the b.-ui'ii yolk., o tu iggs: beat the mixture th' roughly; -hiiie, roll In slftetl bread ci.mn.- dip 1:1 i?v, The anmnl meeting of Iho lltli Maon!c and oily in texture. As 't bus less glut. mi i dt-iln, .mil again roll in . ri.nib I n 'li sible to get a good article for practically nothing. Kindly come and see our beautiful lines. nt Procter HL'NTINOTOX. Mis V.. 1). Fuller, who has been sick so long at her father's, has returned to her T. H.nnl.,,!,! from Isle 1,0 Motte. are Vis- s-cnu.is.y "l m l"e jhimi , Iting at Antolno ha Hombard's. Mrs. chniles Thnm.is icturiicd from the Mary c.i:oitaiA. J. C. AVarren has sold his farm to Ren. long at ir i nner s, nas iciuineu m m r ,,.,,,, i,,,.,,i,,,i i.,( i.vi.Piv Tho srvH-i """" " r'"'" m ivn horn. Mis. It. C. I'iene has rented lu r ,?tC,f 1, ' .' on'.' i vTek was a j""'!"' Bnrrown and Intends moving to St . .... i- .i. ..... umiii.,,.., . l'l" at tile p.itson.ige, last weeK, was a , ,,,,, .pi,,. j.ii r..,. n, i,r,,,,.oi , ., . , . ,, . . .. , , vi ii.ina. i ill? uuimiiuii ii.i iiil- 1,1-ni-iik in ,ry pleasant affair and vol attended.- , ov c w cal.k wns Wa ter H" old has bought the piece 0 , , W((lnosdliy Ovenlng.-Or. Os,-ai land w deli b s father recently purer, used nf A II llnsford, of Lowell, Mass. F. O. ..... - f, .,.,,, ,.,, ... ,,, .,.. IP , ll.tl.l.n u.,t nn,l... in. ill. uistiirt, wmcii was Held in the rooms of It does not swell so much as the new pro- Columbus lodge No. II. last Tuesday nf- cfss, or bread (lour (which often proves ternnoti and evening, proved to be one troublesome by crawling hick when tho of the most successful eer held III the dough is rolled out), and It makes u more district, nearly ono hundred being In at- tender crust. I tendance, inelndlng (Hand Master I). .V. Hotter, or lard, or cream may be useil I Nicholson and Grand Charles C. Miller of for shortening. FoLlIard We show these earlv Hurllneton. Ml Jennie Metlregor sprnt Umter alone makes a trtmher hut a bet- ... VYV- "u " last week with Mr. and Mrs, V., S. Haym s ter Ilavored and browmT crust than bird .31 IKS WC DUV them early nnd has accept! d a petition In the homo alone. So If we wish to have a tender t,-..p ff, tn rft n crnnrl 1,1 M' Albans, wliere she went .Moml-.y.- criM wl,n . smaller amount of shorten-1 t, - t, j.;. M. uueltwell is rcnllneil to llie Holli f .rm to Mr. Farnsworth from Wllllston. Mr and Mrs. Julius Drlnkwater are tl-.p 1 ippy parents o a son. Mrs. William Sprague and little son are sick with the intasles.- .Mr. Hurry C. Sherman of Hun ting! .n, and Miss Nora K. Stockwell nt .,, i, u eir ., s F, e l Horn ml (-asW('11 rolhers nro Improvlng.-Cnssn.s JeKcho Centre, wero married at Jericho t.1' , ''f. ' ' r "s n 'TT 'viL''V.,1" M. Austin went Welnesday to Montpeller Centre, Feb. n.l, by the Itev. Mr. Hay- .w,f2 ''" mov ' 0,1 "7, ""t "V.vn J' Watcrbury.-F. O. Shattuck and C. ward. i:ssr:x ckntiir. 1 Wrapper Yet they are only Percale but fashion ed so daintily and .Un. -m.. ...ill nccnrlmpnl hmLr vnn n tinrl It w til rhell in.'l t lsn. Miss Matt In llvde. ho mi... I....... . 1.....1.1 1 ,. -.1.. U1II11I1CU SlU IJICllllV lliai VUU Win iujuiu.ii.iil. i....... yu. ..... .. .......... - . . - im- imiihi r-lliiuni rncr-t '111. 1 1-1.1-v lii.ttel.l itn I , n.,,.v i!, nil ti, ......J-. Ku... u'-A ir, nr nrlnfor,. no tVnn enmn ,l .!'" . ", nterbury. spent rf,.,.. pnilni(. wllh tlu. buttermilk well w orked , . ' " .. ' " .. n.?"11.'':- "".''" v uuuli iiuvv 111 .aii iv. suiu oj . y " ' " w I lie, wi neeonds In deep fat; drain 011 soft paper and serve. I'HLWK.S MOt'LDRI) IN T.n.MrN JMIjI.V. Soak half u box oC gelatine In half a cup of cold water; dissolve with 11 - .nt pint of boiling water, add one cup 'j - gar and 01111 cup of lemon jul.e., tt m and chill. llnf ready half a pnurnl o prunes that hae been soaked over n b', th"! stun. . ..1....I .....II .. .....I .... ... V... use .1 mixture ot lard nnd butler. 1 1 ' ... . ..I.. .',. . . x ill. mil ill nil.-.- jiii.iiv. r.u it na me DellCUt 01 , n . rn ,1 on I ery well at-ICneap yC, 5i.y, 3l.ay, 5l.oy. udutuia uic utauni-ui. ar Thnv nrc? stvlish Cotton creations , -yet cost but a trifle. Women's Suits, Pretty Odd Bits The new Buckles. The new Florentine Chains the The advance guard Chain Purses the Shirred Ribbons is here hundreds , my but they are pretty and more will be here the Side Combs and Jewelry cen with th.- pr e will improve tb.. quality of the .1 'i for 'many. Servo with whipped, rreim t '. IN ed custard. jani:t m. hii.Tj. Shelburiie.-arrenWoodlmry.ofil s- , jletrillf havo ,mrc,aii,,i t)ln propertv boro. -N. V. wis In town Tueslay an ,a ls,,K.lt0 siirings, owneil by 11. V. Wedncs.lay.-Mr. and Mrs nenjamln Hall j.anc ot si.Jolinsliury. consisting of bulld- nnd daughter ot Long Lake N. ., re- , (Jt coU IllrnlUllv ., b()llt!t. turned to their home Thursday, after a K(hviird Docl.Pr m, tf M0n.r(,, to tlir town olllces removed there. I he rest yIMi of some weeks will lilends in uiai- , removcd.-Joseph Minor has soon Would oleae US to have vou trc rmintpr riisnlavq One nnce and lc'rt 1,1 "nr future.-O. J. Karnes of nough to be all taken i, the town prefer to have tbe town of- lotte, Wllllston, Jonesvllle "tc-Iloy L. sfl( h,s rsonal property and with his S00n; WO, P1 , US 10 "0U "e COUnler aispiays. Une price and M,onci x. Y was ,n )wn ,nst WP,.U. your mixing knife. L; hits nninln at the Centre, whcio they Tapgart iui,l to (enter Hutland T lies- wf w,m ,s n m hclUh ,mV(, ,.ono (n see them they are the popular gar- Cash. Lookers as welcome as pur- Mr. Yandow of Worcrster, Mass., shipped d'-nr In rolling out; la ,e been ever since the town was or- day morning to assume the .lutes of book- jrusaachus,,8 to rcs(lo wiUl tnelr cl,n. ...,:,. Lnac a car load of onions from hero last week, llshtly and let patting g.inl7.e.l. There is every convenience for kep,.r for tho erniont Marble o.- . pn.M. w 1U1H.V has purchase,! the. ment miS season- cnaSCrS. (U)(, ilIK(th(.r ,hN Wt.tk Thy take the place of mud neie. ami iu .. m u.uu i . ji-ii.e .. . ,.. . ... ...... . ,.ln(I nt W(lf)t ,jeorKi;ll formerly owned by ina'n heie. F.s.iex Junction is In the South day. Mr. Troulnidgo ha-i recently moved Ahnne Uallard Miss lClda Ilevnolds has AN'est cotner of the town and to move tho to Waterbury from here, having gono Into ,.oturnr,j ' tl, jiretown after spending nlllei theie will compel those In the East the hardwaie buslne-s In that place. Mr. tome t1mp nt hnie Albert (Irnliam and pari oi ine inwn to ko mice innew iiu ijn-i, ami .urs iuy iiains .uiu ii.ivihiii.-i ..h. .Arthur IteytiolUs are 111 with grip ii I'lstnnee of seven miles, for anv town tbe miosis of Mr. and Mrs. Anson Davis busln- ss. RICHMOND. I for u lew wtcks.-Fred Snyder and family tpovod on to the Mllo Lawrence farm ill Miss Agnes Casey has been spending a , .. ... ... , ,,,ii ; Hincsburgh Iart week, Mr. Snyder Having few days with Mrs. William Ladd. Mrs. Trains Nc.i-.il and fi. will stop nt mm- ,.,krn tl. firm on shares for the coming Leon Young, who has been III for a num- menil anu Wllllston I riiiny nnu haiur.i.o (Miile a rnnmanv e-atheied nt Lv- lier of weeks Is nhl. in l. ,mt Iliilr. evenings to take on and discharge people . ,, , s, i.-ri.i.,v eveninir and tho Mrs. Onilils mother of hi.. Mr Kmmi unending "I'liscllla" at Kssex Junction. WEST MILTON. Miss Margaret Shcan, who lives at A. A. Hem, She has been ill In 9 her daughter's death. j4 Is moving from tho Dr. I 0 program was well cat t ied out. Music on Vaughan, arrived at Hurn'son Potter the violin and banjo by Messrs. Peers Friday, and Saturday leturned to be and Ooodsell; recitation, by Delia Carp- bnmr In North He Uerrlrk's. w.ik. thrown from a sleigh last enter and tho paper edltel and read by , Purllngton since Thursdav and had her collar bono broken H. W. Kno. The question, Resolved, that Charles Jewett Is In two plates, besides sustaining other In- the American Indian his received worse Wungh farm to the city and John Lugtlg juries. Myra Huxton of Hurllngton com- treatment at tho hands of the white man. Is moving on to the Waugh farm. Thico intneed work at A. McNally's last week, than the African Negro, was decided hy of the younger classes in tbe M. 13. Sun- - Miss Jane French, a former resident of argument In the alllrmatlve. The ques- day school with the pastor and their till;- place, will come in a few days to t Ion for discussion net Friday evening is, teachers, Mrs. Ilarnaid, Sirs. Hayncs and speno I he summer lu th" family of A. S. He-solved, That the t'nlt "d States ought to Kate Ilrooks were given a ride to North a' AI T A I ITA rfJ, TXT "TC! o day with her sister, Mrs. 13. M. Itocliw. II. r . ,,mi ir.i .i,ini, i. not hv'""'1 ' ''"S-. "d "''t aside to hard i M. C. It.inpom If. nulte III ntraln. IKi- ,..i'.i.... ...i i i...'.. ( N' blanehid almonds ' lll' UIIIH, (lUIP't lllttll 1) .Tlflllll Ul IH '.".IIVi j mini wi..iii hi niiiiinKiuii siieni. M.iniuiiit- n,1( t)lP ,Cfit shortening enialUles. ton's hlrthday with his mother and slst. r T,cse and tho water should be as cold at II. C Phelps.-Mrs. K L. Stephens, n flS pope. .Salt should bo Used, and ill and baby have gono to liur Ington to be ,,ropoitlon with lard than with but- wlth Mr. Stephenson, who Is In college ler 1,trcl I The simttlest and ouiel-.est metbo.l of ALIit'Umi. 'mlxln-r Is In cut or elnn the ubortenlntr Split The spring examination of teachers for Into flour, or It may bo ruhb.-d In with n ves ge iiernx-iy spnn Kie oj . r a m. n this town will be held at Alburgh Centre the linger lips. If you have ceo hands and lnyor of ""'' c In , th. . l . B .. ...... , ,n, o . the l:nnek nf in nir I rili ck v without dish. (Illt With .1 littL- illSflini, Covei, -Tht Choral society are U ho d t co nelt i g the fat. Make a. dough lust stiff placing the dish ov,r th- ...m,. nt I .ho i lioui societj are 10 noni a con- - ta mn.. ti,..v nvisi l r.itm v. i.l, J ItarneS Of Iiuill.i1 It. ue .ill l.tl.tril iij ill it. w.m iiu . - - so nut mile exira net. vvork quickly, roll f7' " J' ,"' and light pounding Tad S fttt mOttlCllt. P much rolling. were bouirht in North Hero, prices ranglnc uivi.ie ltuo portions laige enougn lor from 40 to .",2 cents per bushel.-Koy c ,rll3L "nil roll with a quick, light, Chamberlin of Peru. N. Y spent lift sweeping stre.ke, till tho size of the plate, week with his mother. Mrs. A. II. Man- t'" granite or tin plates, not greased but ning.-A daughter was tecently born to dusted with flour. ... Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Hilllker jr.-Kansom For Jnlry fruit pies use deep ,lMies and Hohaiinon is still sick with the grip. Tho " under crust. Call them puddings It rest of bis family are Improving. Mrs. A. S'"u prefer. It. Manning will spend several days In th's ''" rquash, pumpkin or custanl. line vle'iilty visiting ber neighbors and friends plates with crust, prick it, and bake before leaving for her future home in 'lightly before lining, If your oven I'eiu, N. V. William Soliutt of Lacolle, troubles you about baking on the bottom P. Q., wis the guest of his cousin, M. A. pastry Is better when fresh, and for that Lessor over Sunday. -Aubrev Darby has reason make only enough for one day, or CALEDONIA r.OUNTY. 11AMDW1CK. Morgan. Mr. and Mrs. 'J. M. Mullock are annex the Philippine Islands, pending the week with frl.uids in Kssex. - Those who attended the dance nt the 1 ill last Friday night report a good time'. 1311. is Mears. neaily ninety yemrs old, who has been entirely eltaf for several years, has so far recovered h' hearing iis to bear an ordinary conversation. He Is out d.iurs every day, does a good many chores and ih bright and Interesting to talk with. CHARLOTTK. received a telegram fiom Hero Satuiday and by Invitation ate their haskt lunch at the parsonage. Hannah Cleveland, living with Oeorge Cleveland is very 111 with pneumonia. Heman Mcrltt expects; to move Into the Frank Deal bouse the first of March. There and nowhere more than in a wool carpet, o The manufacturers have met the demand for cheap carpets by making a cheapened fabric until 'it's possible to buy an all-wool a carpet at almost any price and the best of one make is a poor 6 second for another. We think we have the best allAvool carpet made. We paid an extra price on that supposition. The fabric a is firm yet pliable, the colors are bright and clear, and the de- o signs, covering a wide range, are strictly new. A choice of the 4 line will cost made, laid and lined 65c pir yard. lecently purchased a fine horse. LAMOILLE COUNTY. HYDIC PAKK. , possibly two, at a time. Tbe proportions for pastry for one pie 'are, on" heaped cup pastry (lour, one fourth teasn.on salt, one heaped table spoon lard, anil ono hevpeel table-qiuon butter. MAP.Y J. LINCOLN. mi mm mmiiiiiw n hub1 win iinirm FSI3 AND COOICI3IIY OF VEGKTA- ni.i:s. (P.y Mrs. Janet M. Hill.) RICHARDSON CARPET DEPARTMENT. Six extra teams were put on Monday Wns nn oyster suiiner In the new town tn hasten the getting In of the lumber lmll Wednesday evening, March 1st, for for the new granite sheds. Thes engine ihc benefit of Itev. O. L Ilarnard. of the II. W. It. It Co., was put on, MONTeJOM I-3UY CICNTllK. Sunday, tho hauling of granite for th" spring and summer will begin at once. A Postmaster W. J. Wright was in Boston new locorrotlve for this road l.s being n few days tills weel;. Mbs I.tiella Pate-, built. This will enable the ruad to lend naiido Is home from Johnson normal Fprlnglleld, Mass., last week saying h!s double tbe amount of stock. The granite m hool for a short vao.nloii. Henry, son Hoirahoom, wlio lias ncen s.ck srerai bis diinirhter. Mrs. John Dalv wns dangei- Industry is growing rapidly. Landlord of William IJarber. is sick with seal latlnn. weeks with e onsumptlon, died Sunday e uslv ill. Charles Thomas moves to Fast Thomas Is expected home this week. The -Mr. J. M. Hobb and lamlly of Samson- night. Ills funeial was helo Wednes.i ly John Duffy W. G. REYNOLDS-! 4 tea I Fri School cl.se-d Tlnir.-day for a 10 days' Y vacation. In the evening :. drama w.-r. a given hy the Junior class wiiIlIi was :.t- tended by a good sized midterm' After 9 serving ice cream, a pr mcn.ido followed W 1,1,1, 1,'.,,. I'tlllM ,l,.,l l I.V ,'.11,1'. ,,,..i 0 old. Misses Lue-v Sawn er and lllanehe Hominy. Sti-wod Peae hcs, Cream. Poach- P Ittigliam, te-acheis in the academy, aie pending a portion of their vacation m Hurllngton. Mls 1'na M.-inn i.- at her homo In Watervllle during the vacation. 13. L. Ing.Jls, county examiner, hi-Id ic'iers' examination tn the academy (d Kggs with Crivim Tomato Sauco and Cheese. Hashed Hrown Potatoes. It ye M lift ins. Cereal. Coffee. D1NNI3I! Cream of Illcc. Soup. Roast Chicken, Cranl.. rry Sauce-. Potato Cro uuetles. Salsify Salad. Prunes nnail ! el In Lemon Jelly. Whipped Cream. Collee . l'oughkcepsle, N. Y.,' where he inte nds to Sl'PPL'lt-Crf amcd Corn lleef nu C.ratln. leicate, spent Sunday at J, S. t nderwoods nattered least. e.anne.n f run. uaicis. Tumor and .mis.s Alien Pure i ntertalned friends at Tea. u .'rA1'.', J her home Frldnv evening lu honor of MKs Vegetable being plentiful and comp.ua- ind ni rm'ii- Mlunon Lothian of llosion. whu has been lively Inexpensive, wo are Inclined to be Of course you aie well aware that the celebrated Arlington Sausage is the most delicious Sausage made. The reaon is that it is composed of tha best material anil finest ingredients, and ii carefully made by JOHN P. SQUIRE & CO., BOSTON, MASS. Squire's HAM is always exactly right. MEARING THE END. Charlotte soon, where he will work for recent rat l has done- grra . damage to the vlllo were in town Saturelay. Tho ladles nt 2 p. in , nt th bite church. He b-ies nftu cure wtnout theknife' Patients In r guest for a few days. Wilson Le-ncli caic-k-ss about the cookir.g and serving of 'leoigo 13. I'rlndle & Sons. Mrs. S. C5. highways and lumbermi.il will be caugtii ol tbe ( ongregatloual wiclety will servo a wile and four eliiniren. ! i aui. .Messier vlslteil des red. Pr KM'iond Stowe, Vt. stajed over Sunda with his brother In them. Day after day w. i-ou: them m P.ush, who has Ijeen sick with tho grip Is snort If colder weather does not set ii. dinner In the vostiy ot the church town Is moving Into the James Itandall ten,- nefVreneei furnished. Correspondence ro- liurllngton. Miss Delia, Collins l.s home on the same fashion, season them Inelllf, i ent- l.nprovlng -Mrs, John Coleman has soon. The ladies of Hie Fnlted Workeis meeting ihy,-.Mr, (Jeorgo Porter Is homy ment formerly oeTtipled by M. 13. Tltc- cited. l.wtf a short vacation f 1 inn teaehiiu at WV- ly and throw away all that Is uneaten. mowd into .Mrs. II. D. Kdgerton's place of the Congregational church held the r fir a fe.v weeks. Mrs. Gilbert Wilcox moie for a tin shop. The i i-malns of Miss - fortuity. H. W. llulbiird was lu Verg. nni-s rnlike meats, most vegetables piope-.-ly on Muuon hill. Arthur Cronk of Ferrl.. annual meeting and banquet at the hou-o returne.! from Leonilnter, Mass., on 1'ri- Mary Wood were brought here from F.ast " "" " i.xsl w,.ck 311 onielal business r nneeted reeoolied are no more liKllge-t'bl.- than burg will carry on Mrs. Cail IxjwIs' farm of Mrs. C II. Welch on Tuesday after- day but expects to let urn some time due- Franklin Wednesday and Interred in the $1001. The town Is out of debt except tho wth tho Industrial school. Mllo llrill of tbe are when (list looked. Indeed many th. coming season The entertainment noon. The MethmlNt church Is neaily lug the spring to locate there. Ml-s Clint- old cemetery. Prof. C. 13. Noyes, principal bonded debt eif SJ.i,(') w In. h has just been prHelii was in town visiting his son kinds that could not ! eaten with tmpun- plv.n at the town hall last Saturday and ready for occupancy. Dr. Ii. D. Oeorge Is lotte Hopkins of Sheldon Is in town for a of tho High school, Is spending his vni a- refunded at 1 per cut intciest. The audi, cieorgo last week. On nicuiint of the p.y by children, freshly locked and sen id Monday evenings by Mr. and Mbs soon to remove from D'- residence on few weeks. Lawrence, the eleven-months tier- in Cast .'ton. W. J. llllcy, Sr., Is tors i ecommend a la:; of ir cents on more violent condition ot Cliailes Strong in the oidinarj matin .r are rendered moft Woodbury were well patronizee. and cr.- Chinch street to a residence on Mill street, mil son of Mr. and Mi. Hay lloyi, died gradually falling. the granel list of 1SW to meet the expenses no Wils taken back to the asvlum last wholesome bv pas.-lng through a puree. joyed by all. The te mperance committee Mr. It. Iluntle.y, who has been serl- .Tuesday morning of tho grip. A thr-i- FLI3TCHF.il. of u"' Jear. Hon. ( arml L. Marsh of k.Tbe comedy elrama In tw acts strainer and seising reheated, as a veg- the Clirtlan I3ndeavor soeietj, Miss ously 111 of pneumonia is much better. Anna Hylngton, chairman, held a temper nnee service in the Congregational vestry Sunday ever'.ng. taking up the Antl Saloon feature of the question The meet ing was well attended and interestlrg. 13. 11. Field rend extracts from the outlined work of tho Anti-Saloon League and Deacon Henr;. W. Pnndle read an ex cellent original paper on "What the Pro hibitory law has done for Vermont." The Improvement society last Thursday even ing was ono of the lxst of the senlon and was largely attended. The question for debate was the annexation of the Philippines- lead on the alllrmatlve by Charles D, Cook, negative James Toner, and partici pated In by several from the. audience. Tin- advocates of the alllrmatlve won the unanimous ve rdict of the jury, on the year-oUl daughter Is quite- sick with the1 ,,, , ., i-.ncsliurgb i-nlls was In town a day last which was given bv the liebekahs Sat same disease. -Nelson, Hall .V: Co., have R. N. Otbbs will run L. K. Lamb s saw U.(.k.cillt.ert dross got his left hand rd iv evening was one of the host ruler , . ,. vi started th ir buttci box machinery and mil. this spriim.-i nomas uy.ui ""'- caught In the buzz pinner last Thursday, taluments tint has b. en glv n In the vll t li A . I Ij 1 .N I II LA I l . It is expected they will employ about will move to Mis. Ityan s place in l.nm- destroying one linger. A largo crowd of jnBf. this season, All the parts were rend ST. ALP.ANS. twenty more hands A, C. Hegan has va- hamvllle. Mrs. W. '1'. Stearn has return- 1R,M,l0 w..io in town Friday to attend th.- ,.ri d very nleclv. S. H. Wi.ite, V. U Plod ,, . .... , , ,, . cateel the P.oyco farm which In- has oc- ed home. II. Thomas and wife, v.s-itcd III hearing of Jack Powell, who was brought c,,tt. Mrs P. T. Denlo, .Mrs. W. N. Put Lllsha Burgess, ono of St. Albans oldest curik,() f(jr y(f 0l01Ke 1Hlni,urni Lowell last week.-S. bool In district No. Uvrc Crnm St Albans .tail again. The ,,.. i)0B reckoned among tho star ir .urn ,uusi en e.i.. m e .,, has lcCn -miploycd nt ICast Herk- le'" "-. llu numoer oi inipi.s 1Jak opera Hall was well tilled. An ad- ,ists. A supper was held In the chinch muni; uu y"""u' " " ' "'" ',1'," shlrei tho past year, has taken posses-ilon enrolled during uie pasi term was sixi en, ,nlvi0n fee of 10 cents was un morning, ue nas oeen in suico inu )C tnf. Famo.Mr. Hcgan has been diawn average attendance H. 'ineie were lour ovor jp, was lukim at tho last of October and for tho past few ns jurynlnn fnr llK) (.prlm; term of Frank- tardles and one dismissal. Thoso having prlZ(, speaking contest of "M ",!S v.ij-e n.ii- men eiuiMuciuu iii.ie- iin (.(iiintv fimiri. and Mrs Ucc-aii will 110 marks were i;iccia i nines, i ma i y,. , Sehoo . be ,1 Tuesday etable or In th" form of a cream soup. In pn paring rout vegetables feu- cook ing all traces of earth should be remove 1. Those belonging to tho cabbage family should be soakl for half an hour or more In colli water, head downwards, lu order to remove any lu.-i-cts that may be con Senate and House Iiisptxtnc of HUM Pre p irut'.ry t Adjournment. In the Senate Thursday cons dor il Pi progress wns madu with the Itiv. r arid Harbor bill, eihty-nlne pages King .i posed of. The Hnuso llnally passed C"cl Naval Appropriation bill, with am i I merits cutting down the price of armor' from ."l) to 111 per ton, and c-rcat.ug t n grade of Admiral. The House d.ilin. .1 to consider the contested election ims Urown vs. Swanson. from the Flfih V r glnla D'-irn t. The Senate Friday passed tho Itiver u l Harbor bill, Including the Nicar.ig' nal amendment, b the eh.. .si- .c ff :t to 3. Senator Sewell. cf New J-r- . delivered a spec h In sui).r'. of th. 11 llawlty Army It. organ r i' on bid i -1 1 1 ring that the Fnlti-d St t - "w ' , . y yet to hae serious tr.cibl.- a l..M in the Houc. during gemi il ..hat. ..n tlw Army Appropriutn.il b ., Mr John n, c( Indiana, madu a vi.d. t cfu. k mi i Piesldent. In the Senate on S.it.ir.' iv th con- d r tien of the Cornpr. nn- Arm It. ...a foil bill w,.-. hei,,i, s :n. ' iln fir i. a r$ oblecting strongly t' th i -oms: .n 1 I permanent imrea- of tl. urnr . N agiecnunt to vote , n tb I. .11 h ul b. n reached when the Snui" 'Urn d Tht House continued wmk . v ill" Arn Ap propriation lull, but i '-1 ' to . up1, It. F.tllogies wcr del'.. 1 aft. r two o'clock on the late Seu't r Walih.ll ri lteiiresentntlvc Love, hi 'h ..f .M'-i-s. 'l iihs. -ui. uumesi, was uowi in ...i o.eiKe-, lt.maln iu town f(J). Ul0 pre'sciit. Spauldliig, Archie i.li.os aim eiiion it Hilda L. Sahln won the llrst iirlze of wm leave about :': net gain. Thu He m., ... .m i V j ,,.,..,. Lamb. Maynaid warni) nail tun one main ?-. l.clla 13. Mnrtlnd. second. ,-,; and Anna i.eUabs can count themselves veiy suc erneur, N ., from which place ho ca.no l AIP-IAX. whlcl, wni tUrdy. Hemlce Kinsley and j.;. fhM.. tlilr.l. . The judges were Prof. c(..Mui both linancially and by wav of eli te, this city where he resided ever since..1 Mn-, NrI;;0n Church ot Fletcher has Dennis Fills were abent one day, Ldson nUKna of St. Albans, Prof. N. D. Hlake tcrtainment. He mainiMl Miss Matilda. Greene of this .,,, M.nllinc- a few ,l,.vs ,,, w ii Lamb one and a half days. Gilbert Olbbs of v01th Trov. Then, were V2 voiintr in lv city, who, with thte-e! daughters, Mrs. Hood's. Vlctnr Hack Is homo from Sandv two days. Nearly all the absences of the contestants and all of their recitations La ph Miirtoyant of Swanton and Misses im x y.-Douglass Ituek lost a valuabl'o pupils was ..aused by sickness. m(.Ve highly commended. Vocal and iu- i.nnaii auu e.i.i. e i.ii.gess ui ni, iueans t.oU Wcek.-Uev. Mr. Claip of Hur-, ni"" neiim .ecuiiii. ii iiinuim inn r-.iui .1- l0 remove any ni.-i-eis u.iu uiaj ui- cuu-i - --, .,. i elm lllled. An ad- Us,s. A supper was held In the chinch (,Pal0(1 wuhln. i'sually N.-getabk-s are The Smi.Ue -M''"'1 ' ;'; 1 n charged and vtry prior to the play which was well 0(,ol:i.(, ,,, i.oUlng. salt water; salt is used I Cnmpiomis-; Aim H - ri i ..n ,11 s door.-At the ,Lttl ded. After the play a promenade f,. tuo reasons, llrst. for the savor, to n vote of to U bu v tl, t ie rr n the Itlchford Wi,a Indulge In by many of the oung hU.h m0st peo,le have become accustom- 'imendment against th .rm.i.n,,- It. ."veiling. Feb. people. The gross receipts were $1". which ,, ., in tlK ,. of green vegetables crease ot the army b ymi I jui i i. llrst nrize of .in inn,-., ,i-,.k nm ,.,iiu Th,. Re- .i. t.,.r,,i. nml Progress w..s made t w n 1 th. . mq ' MOItUISVILLIC. ' ".I. 'r' "V uvlve him. HI. only son. Ileber Bur- :,;"' ,", ",;. .. ""'-l'l "1 niKUiiivni, inn mi- ii". "--ill. ., ,, ,., ,, II.. 1.,,,-r.u .. ... ... ... ,,.. .., ..... . . ..-vlr. ana Mrfs, AH-ro uugg of West Flet- thc merits of the g nil in,- in .u in .- wn inv- .n.i.ir. u, i,n. , ., . , .... , ,., question. These, meetings have been held , 7 r' "' ' ,i " PM"ch cher visited at 1-3. tl. Pugg's last week regularly once In two weeks nnd their Ids daughter. Mis b. 11. "ood. , MlhS Simcy Plcknell Is very sick.-Mrs, pr molers ore mur.li pleased nt the n-l, "dllnglon A. Ilinghani died at Y .iter-, Catherine Wagner died nt her son-ln-terest awalM-ned In the Imnudlate corn-! ,',"'y, f1!'!' i"'" mU(; 1,,cro Charles Sweeney's last Thursday, munlty.-I). L. Ilvlngton of lllnesburgh Monday nig it for burial. Mr. Ilinghani lias aye(i 70 yl..lr!li nml was Xmlvll on Katur. was in town Sunday. Isaac Devoid lu act- , , . ' , -"" "" .lay. Miss Idlllan liuck visited in Swan in posse fell, breaking Its leg and necessitating its being killed. Miss Oraco Sllmetts left last Friday for Dayton, O., wbero sho has a position as a companion for a well-to-do lined lady. Wiley Watson has mov- gub janltorof the.Congregationnlchurch. I"8!-d, I1,lsrUiUl '" ,l".ls, C',ty: iMnK Iilst weok. Mrs. Hiram LouvUt Is re- 'J ,n I'ulrheld, where he will care for the V, ii . i i. i i,i ...,..ti ii... son of L. Hhigham. hut lu late years ho ,.,i,.,i ihti, ,,, ,. ...i... farm Iil ungliK to Capt. II. Ollbeit. HIOI1GAT13. Etrumental music served tn keep tho largo , ,., . .,, i audience In good humor and the pro- lierman mm was miaui,. , m,e wns hi ghl y enjo yed 1 .y all.-Dep colt K-cently when the. colt rcaiee iUy f'olleetor It. C. Ciates has rc-Wgiied lib position In the custom house here on ac count of ill health. Postmaster Oscar Mc liiegor Is able to be out again after a thre'c weeks' Illness with the grippe. MONTOOMF.P.Y. Itachael He-ad, wife of CharliM 1 ip. i eh in n erto ",vta ; and Intensify -Ion of the; 'ndiy f I Vrprepr... tn i ;,, i.,u ,i,, iM-nie above the cussinn of the Admin -irntlmi !.'. r- Mr nml Vl I.' W A iron Of t.lldlOW .....1, . I ,. ,l,,l.rlnral.. in Value fl'0111 l.ttl0 IO II1C I Oil I pill were In town em business til.- last of the the moment of gathering; but with care week, and returned home Monday. Dr. ,.,d especially at this sea ;n. tb 'y may nml Mrs .1. A. Itnblnsnn entertained .1 i... i-rt,.t i., ..,,it. en.i.l eninlltli-n for soer- iglied his u,w of ,).!,. neighbors with whist hist ,. ,i.s. C.nr.l.iu ,,l.rl,t lr nml MiS l-r.il l'l- .. .1 il,rt l.-...r Im. ..." Well- ' : .L'i V : .. .... i.,. i . . ' . . "S.. 1 .... ..: ... .. nriation bill and i.i .l i ri'. it to t'... Ten - iun ii. lie i iini ,i ci ii. in iin-ii . j . ... . : r .. si uks. uiie-uu.it-ii. int. i..j . . . ... I -nnnc.tieiit nntl etll .'lir.lln milk., tbelt i. ...... ..I. . r tl,.. ... ii-l.-..t If tlieM be . .......... n niuumit iiuiii lilt ......v.. .. .... .i... i ........ ..i .i.... ,-...!. . . 1.1 Weillicsl.'ll. Home nil .iiapie- iiinri, wncii- .in.-.. -. ur.ii- -vllted at .111 thf' SllOUl I lie pill lino cinii ,, - The Senate Till--.'. i ii--s,,l the n ry Civil bill and .. ir ml " I 1 b'.le 1 L.ti S bills The House .il-i 1 i-- s-ve l il p jb llc bitiliPng bll'.s. Therien.it. n-wl tn - ivai an - - nry of the late p.. i s, ,,t i i -- I' ehUn and needle that his great great , ,e . h S, 7"'"'"" Waiter Satror.l Saturday . venlng.-Tho " .ono llivv R. , mNiy nom, aner a ung grandfather. Daniel 1). Hosfor.l used In he U,,t' J'"' funeral took place funeral of Mrs. Susan Cox. late of Malone, bw" very III, s Improving.-Abble. Jud- Mekness.-MIss Olive Hurnor Is very sick his work as surveyor Daniel Hosforel ,rom th" lu)me of 1,,s f'"'" on Congress .. y ws ),eld at her sister's Mrs klnf. who has been visiting her niece .it wlt)l pueiimor.ia.-F. W. Damlna leturiUMl was not only connected with some of the "treet at 3 o'clock Tuesday afternoon. i James Itugglcs' at rJKJi Monday. ' .Milton, returned Saturday.-Mrs. Ge-orgo Tliuisilu from Canada, where he has eailles land surveys of the town but ho J '"' r ''"I'1010 01 latc 1'dls.ha HurBess, rvilfTeAV I Holmes and her little- daughter Catherine e,.n eoiKluetlng nii?tlngs.-T. N. Ovlte is laid oiit most of the older highways. u" ''I'iniond street wns tilled with his, "llnMA' 1 returned from Hoston, where they have lter.-A. II, Gates Is Ilnlshlng of the ell m-v-'i'ivr-Tnv e-i-vn-rj friends Tuesday afternoon nt 3 o'clock Tho funeral of Mrs. Susan Co. war, held been visiting for four wrecks, lat Sutur- f ,is house. 13. S. Tar! le Is able to bo lUiMl.Miiuj, e i-.-wrvM. ,V)10 (.amo ,,, pay inelr last tribute to his nt tho homo of Mis. James Ituggles. her .lav. The Methodist Lidles' Aid society Qui. c. L. Martin Is convelescc nt. Kcv. Henry will hold a social at Mrs. I3mmn Pine's Mrs. 11. I), Ooodall has i turned to her ( L. l-3'I'ot commrnced work for W. F. memory. The Itev. J. It. Danforth read sisler, Monday Hanks as enginoei at his sleam mill I funoral servicn according to the form Crocker oillclntlng. Tho Interment wus nt next Mnndav.-F.rnest Ciortou moved Into O. H. 11,0 1 onsrcMiiinnni ciiuic.n, an.i .Mrs. Han.ie.rson s corners, I' lunli Kills' ten, ment house last week.--.Iohn , A. D. Ti'imey and Mrs. 13. P. Stevens Or.ire look noss. sslon of the blacksmith 1 I N onid .ot wv Alwny," anil shoo Mor.dav.-Ainold Sherman went to sus As 'Hinti Wilt." 'Hie 1 cm ers we .lrrleho to work Xlonila v. Mrs. K. a. Dart foo. Dunstnore, Messrs. Joseph Northrop, and daiiKhter visited at S J. natulan's ri. C. Orcene, and Italph Stnrde'vant of fects nf a shock. Mrs. Charles Marsh ot Tho entertainment given by tho King's je"v. F. H. Iilunt olllclatlng, Mrs. CI lln.,i .....1 1 ...111 n.itr.ntn n.,.1 n 1 fu Mlntilit ifi...i.,.ii ,.c f f I. ..I. .1.1. ..x -r ... - 1 .-1 iiuiil illlll J'mIIIII Will t'T riu.-( huih-m k .mn. .UI....U. IVIIJinuil Ol ilUI 11 n Jl'ii, 1 ill ). t ,,.!, , M ,.,,.1 T..L. WI,. ml- . sang Miss Lssie Itoot were marri.il at the par- He.lllem's Saturday alternoon. Miss Flora w. fleiodspecd's.-Mrs. C. P. Clapp died , ,1 fri.,.V,is n. tinrehesier" 01.0 Toast nve sli, ' My ,le- Minimo ot the Methodist Episcopal chinch Veinal returned to her homo Tuesday. n Thursdav of last wee!:, after a lomr .. ,,..1 1.1.. , llr ,,( l',wl..rJ,lll 1. !,. Mr 1 1 r I ..1, .. Ik. ... . , 1 1.1 1.-. ,.ll..l 1 C!.., u . ... ... -.. .. . " ' Hlglll U11S W CCll llil ll'lllll II V. VUJU - .v.-.. lu "" ., .... ... ..... . ... ...... ..... ..i.hii.iui i-,;u. v. .... i i.iu" .inn inn ie iiniit.i in .j...... illness, j i ei 11 t u ik.is neiei ui nainr- ..li n.i.n ,, n it....i i.. . ...1.1 i..... ,..i... i --. ..v... .......... ....... ..... .i,,!,, in,, i- in inu,: inn i-iiiuiuiij iviui itii.h ......'..'j ii.iv i iii-i uuuli iil ni. iiiiiiiiiniiii.lv- I'liiiren. man has been living and Mrs. Cusbinin ater to whi.h .. idle of lemon has h.-n' 1 he louse pass,,, ,n,. . ,. n. ... will occupy llrst the lloor teiin-nienl In tho .uWo,i Hllll iu shorl time they will be lion bill, the Ken .... n ' u i Novarka. on Court strect.-Mt. Vernon ,,, delightfully nisp and inviting. The the .--enate hi 11 to ir ... tl gi .. - f d Lodge No, x. F. and A. M. are contem- tounlior. Ilbrous stalks t-eeil not be- dls- '"l''"; f"r the beneht ul r. u a.m.i.. w- platlng putting In new seals Into their ,,r,f.,. cl,t n.m into Inch lenfitlis boll ' ' lodge room.-C. M. Powers Is making all ,,m ,,,,,.,.. ,,,. slmm -r a few momuiis, ar-vi-.pii l.'OR wniMtV pieparatlons to build a lioui-c on the lot . ,.ream sauce. 13veu the haves .ind -SIA "LAI 1 11 l OK v l.l.L.M .n. Just procutcd of II. C. I'lsk corner Con- r0(J,h j,c,.v trinimed and the rougher chrMlanl.i. I'eh. :"!. The Morg. n B!a let gross and t'lilou stieets hi the spring. nort.ons of' the stalks may serve to llar sav-. that irr nig. ments have ! t. e . - Pile Duplicate hist club met this week .,,..,. ,, ,0-1, similar to the coi nu I eimi-il hy which a sealing vis?. ; search i ranzjosci ..nu mr hut man and the members of his e-. .l.tion to Oreenl ind unless the explm r r ' i- -i shoi tly. with Mrs. . W. Stor.e.-Mis. Alice M Col- ,)c,;f ,veM , , ,,,. last week. The re will bo a danco at tho Swanton. Mr. Hurgess was laid besl.le his lOston and tort ar visiting Mrs, Solouun Daushteis at the Cnngregationallst wns u devoted mother. 1.11 a i.i.vi.11 ,n ..hp. 1. ,n,i... ..... .. .his. 11. i), ejuuua.l nas 1. llllliril lo lier ,in. 1, aitnril iv mm nn-ir fnr her l-omil Friday evenlng.-The Mlsidnnary ,,, ,.at Gardner. Mass.-Mrs. Ceo. ,n" '.Vl'V.r' v . over Sand POACH13D HtiOS WITH CI1I3AM TOM A- 111 n.Le.i, 11 ii.',. es of bread cut in rounds, spoons (level) of buttci ; snoons ot nour ami one- intr hid team nt the residence of Dr. lloh- lourth a teaspoon of salt, ami cook uuiii inson to load with his goods the horse frothy: th.n add gradually three-fourths town hall March Oth, J1-3R1CHO. Rev. I- O. Slierbuine. presiding elder I son lu tho family lot in the South Main Marsh's people. Bradley street cemetery, Mrs. A. J. Loach went to Cnnibrli 'ntt.-nd the funoral of her brother. for this district, will 1. reach at the Motho- l'lilllugtoii which took place on Mond d!st church next Sunday. -The Ladles nnu on tlm evening ot the same nay Help society will meet with Mrs. It. U. bister, Mrs. Fulllugton, died. Ciiilu-.hn Friday afternoon. The W, C. T. V. meeting was held at tho Congregu- Murphy, who church last Fiidny evening was a sue- v,.fri ntld a consistent member of the affectionate over-reachm! cutting one leg very badly, a cup of strained tomato-pulp, to which Cr:l3AMF.HY NOTKS. Illchland Creamery of Derbv ptld ar I per cent milk for the month 1 1 J 11 1 arv. JS.W. St cents per hunlr.il il Honal church Wednewlay nftcrnoon, St.cii Myette has moved or. to John Whit HW A VTOV .. ..... . .... '..,.. .,,,.. .i. ... . 1 . iii.-Y nun e. i 11111 uw u.iuiii unii .ii, i.. It is with sadness that wo chronicle the, .stralto nro drawn as Jurymen for tho death of Miss Minerva dates, which ou- County Court. T. liuilov has rented n. ton's farm and John Whltton has moved , tuned at her homo labt Thursday evening Stephens!' farm nnd Is moving his fam lnto the houso fonnerlv owned by W. M. after a Jong Illness of tho grip. She ily thei a Unlah Smith is mxivlnir on lo IJuvton -Mrs. Frances Darling was In had resided In Swanton a great many the farm he bought of 10. White, vacated trained bv Mrs town Monda.-Mr. and Mrs. It. B. Gnlu-' years previous to heir denth and had won by T. llalley.-O. Olllett of Fletcher is 1 1 vt -tr li Kails Tlu shn spent Sunday in Plattsburgh.-MIss uosis or menus uy ner nmianiu manners moving his family In with his wife's fnth- j.lorenee MaijOlbbon has been spendlni; , "nu loving ways aim wun resp.-ui.-u aim er, uugg. Mrs, Lane is moving Into. I, estceniou py an wno Knew- ner. rue iu- Depatlo'n house, vacated by H. Wllklns. ncral services were held nt the houso last Herbert Wllklns Is moving 011 to his farm. Saturday at 11 n, m,, Itev. Horden Smithi rmin-uinui. olllclatlng, and tho remains were Internal llhivsilllllv, Ir, tho old cemetery. The bearers wero On Wednei-diiy ntternoon tho laldes ot Messrs. 11. M. Stone, Clark nutterdeld, 13. Calvary church met with Mrs. Daniel P. Adams nnd Myron Jewett. Miss Sophia Moron for Lenten work, Mrs. 13. M ..nAnr....,.., ,1... In .- .If .................... r,, lm,-jni. wiij ...iniMi.ij p 11.111sc.111.il iiiiiicii. dim naves a iiiisiiaini t.i,i,u i ,, ,.,i ,,, 0i ,i, u-nnni Tie Imif n ..nn nf r m t or cream, lupine wan .1. Ig.- to -U. J. .Norton is moving on teT his iiirni which was to have been tried hern lust and four children, two daughteis and ;..a.,.i.- ,,,,.1 friends nt 11 Slavton r,r tin. .minds of toast In the sauce-. fr the lolin up tno river. Stephen Lewis Is mong e.n Monday, was iiostiioiied on account of tho i,.n sons to mourn bei- loss Tin. r. ... ' ' ... . , ,., . ... .. i.,.i..,. ..,.. n... m wi Dianee ay, to John Allen's farm In Westford.-F. W. tn-ith of a brother of A. C. Austin, bet- of tho Methodist l-3plscopal church will , , wv, "n,.,i.,v mnminir to at- ,,, m,, ,,,, noaehed in salted, boll- stateme ner hliepareison is aoie 10 11.1 out again after counsel. The II hie class was hi'ld at Mrs. 1 meet on Thursday with Mrs. J. Murray. .1 -.i.,i ; .1 n...t..a,i !,,, . .,.1, .,11,.,. Sminkl.. each ed at c ,11 slight attack ot the grlp.-b.. D Stu-ii-.T. W. Hellion's Tuesday evening. -Clayton Fuller Is visiting Don Muzzey i, i,. nnmined m i,u b.xl with iineu- win, ,,1,1, .1.0011 of grated chee-se madu fr .nruson is drawing ogs to thu ml for bs ... at mi,,.,,. . " ... . , .... .? . . '. .... .1... .n .1. 1.. ,m.- . - - inoni.i. is 111 .main. .uimi.i. u-iiiuiii,i.iih- i.nierican lae'ioiM, .mn .-e .i'- -.i-u .0 a few days at M. W. Clark's In Wllllston. O J Lowry attended the Ve-rmont Hee. Kei pei Association which rrtet at Mld ellebury last week. JONESVILLI3. MUfes May Palmer and Mabel Ferguson, r.ho have be-en r-pendlng n few days with Gates, a sister of tho deceased, Is ulso lloyce, who Is ill, is a very little better. their parents returned to their school nt Ilandolph Centre Monday, .Mrs. Ada At kins nnd Irene Atkins of Waterbury are visiting relatives in town. Miss Myrtlo critically 111 with tho same diseuse. ENOSHUIIGII. I Mr. and Mrs. I3dward Smith nro happy over 1110 until or a. sou, born Feb, 2.I. 1 Ladles of tho uooso club spent a very ltlCHKOriD, An Interesting und successful contest was held In Ayer's opera hull on Friday evening, Feb. 21st, by twelvo young Indies) of tho High school. Tlm contestants weio .1, N. Greene of linos- burgh Falls. The Judges were Prof. F. ,, Uagnall ol St. Albans, Prof. N. D. Hlakn of North Troy nnd Miss Minnie 13. Smith of lOnosburgh Falls, Hy their decision Miss Hilda Sabln was awarde'd tlm Hist Iirlze of seven ilollurs, Miss Solla Martin the second prize of live dollars and Miss Anniu Chase the third prize of three dol lars. About JIM was cleared by the cut. r-i talnment which will bo devoted to tho purcluihu of books for tin- school, No. S. F. and A. M., purchased sumo new- the oven to melt the cheese. i furniture for their lodge some months once or the cheese w Ul harden, ago, and upon learning of the loss of, ci!F .M OF HICH SOl'P. llaswell Lodge No. 3!1 of Sheldon by lire1 ' 1 eon nuhlleiue met with unite n sorlnlls about il llllUHh llgl). Otisl til Plewllt tllO PICK OV.T Illlll W.ISI1 ...111 .1 Hli en .III GANJ ISIiti COUNTY. GRAND ISL13. several a few grains of soda have been added and hls-het test 01 any puron ior ine mo- .1 lilt. iiweri n-f-v ... ...... i ... v.. month was 3.M. County Cieamery m Ch. s ,t. nt fur January. 1W. MdU n .v- ream.-"ry. l'.'....';iT poutul-. ui. i .nn same and an equival. nt or nnd .ream sold. ll.'.Wi li.mn.lss re - .... .., .- .1. . ..ii Serve at,ceive.l lor muter, .ifiiucuiw iiei-ni i- c-imiuisslon, k .u- 1-: l unu.i.g i i" ' including one-half cent per pound r- s. v ed. Paid imtions li's cents ie-r l'ound. Gain per cent over H.il eock t t accident Feb Wth whllo engaged tn haul- furniture they took out to llaswell Lodge, let stand half ar. hour oi moie in ono in per ;rm. p.inH , O' lrlen's boiler from Savage Islam to The furniture, consist...! of an altar, th.eo Pint of cold ater, then add one pint ut I Lake View Crenme y of ha. ott p Id - i.irehlll's Point. In n.ie n erou-.l,,,,- . ,-i stands, gill "G" ami warden's columns hot. white stocu. wen seasui.e,., ...in IH . ,or I per coin, nunv ... in, .... . .. pry the sied It was In hoiiio way knocked nil In good order. WAT13HVILLF3. .Miss Nell Mann Is spending her vacu- untll tendei. Pass through n sieve, add nary K cents per hundred. The hlu-hest another pint of Meek, with salt and pop- test for any patron for Iho month wis li.q- to taste. Peat the yolks cf two isgs; 5, tho lowest tost of any patron for I 10 ...ni nnn en., of .-.eh milk or el ram. dilutee month w is :i St", the avi'iage P st of ul by th.' moving load out of his hand, strik ing him a severe mow over the left eye, ,hT! " so forcibly 'that hH T vas tin nl h m.: -A f. n V u" hav'e Von - win, a Uttl.- o the hot .'quid and stir In- pn-rons for the mo,,,., was I IT The w. adlirulsed. remU. Cla.lln return, to the soup. Do not allow the soup t , e, a e nun, v r of pounds of m ,k r.ce.ved fr a long time. He was taken to tin. cl from New Hampshire last wveU.--.Mlsn bull again after the eg,- Is added, h -rve per da was J,.. house of liclinj.ih Phelps, wlie-io he was He'll Watwin lit St. Albans is visiting Inu-j ntten.le.el by Dr. Petty and later In the aunt, Mrs. A. L. I.araway.-13. H. Shat- niCHFOHD. rmnnied to bis homo near Pearl In ' luck tins Just completed hOtlle Improve Tho nnnunl report of tho town ofllcers this town. A later report says he Is get-1 mi nts In his store-.- MN Ada Mann spent L. L. Fairbanks died Friday morning pleasant evening with Miss Maiv Snear has been printed and Is belrm- distributed, ting along well. Ira Gordon ol" Worcester, . lust week with udatlves In North nuer- Herrv Is worklnc nt G. W. Palmer's. Mr. ' after a long slckncbS, Mrs. Fairbanks Inst Friday nveiiinir Miss Sylvln ii'iin Thu town treasurer's report shows the re. Mass.. and John Gordon of Suncook. N. hill. 1 cler llusseil reiuineei rrom .Miuon last week and Is s. an to move to Cam bridge Inaction, where) he has work for the season. Arthur Fnlrbnnks went to nnd .Mrs. Danlol Preston vlslted their son died only two weeks ago. William Fas- Is visiting In Sutton, P. Q., this week, celpts for tho past year to bo J17,!K);..W h'ss H., nro visiting their old home In piwn, In Waltslleld last week, Mrs. Nllo MoGeo sett and bride roturne.i irom tholr weel. Mrs. Ollvo Shattuck and children, Mr. J7SS.C0 balance on bond at tho beginning II. 13. Iioag ot idiimnu is in town super and elaughtor, Lena ot Polton have been ding trip Mondny. Merrick Eldrcd ptnrted Hobart Kendall and wife ot Itlchford and of the year. Tho disbursements were Intending the building of rv piimmer cot visiting friends nere.--.Mrs. John ridtiock, for .MnssacnuBotts rnursaay 10 nn a posi- Amherst Kendall of Wc who has been spending tho winter with tlon which he recently accepted, Mr. and Sunday with their parents, hor children in uuillngton, returnee homo Mrs., unwnra smitn are rojenoing over tho vhllo Kendall. Ust Wednesday., accompanied ny her arrival ot a daughter. There was a social , FTiA.KtrT.iv daughter. Mrs. W. B. Craven, who Ih ut I. V. Spooner's Friday night. Refresh- ' ul WslHni? friends here. Mrs. Clayton tflillpr ments wero se-rved. I F. D. fiallun and dauthtfir Ada wpn tn entertained tho L, A. II efrclo at her Lewis U Fairbanks, need about W years Jcffersonvlllo Monday to pnd a few days selectmen paid town bills SS19.37; paid cor. Lester Mlnkler spent last week in West-'marriage tit the Hotel parlors Feb, 2nl home last Thursday, anrt an report a lino was mined ran. zwn. He naej oeen pick with reintivc-s. Hiram t me -Mrs, Caroline Olmstrad, who has with the- grip for several weeks and did wifei of Alburc, are been visiting In St. Albans returned homo not havo strength to rally. His wife had burg s sisters, Mrs list Saturday,- Mr, and Mrs. Charles Ilo. died only about two wee-ks before. Only l ns of Huntington vlslteil at Dr, lleinls'lnn adopted sou Ir left of the family. Dea lest week, -Arthur J, Cranelall Is spending .con Clark linker of Grcensborei Is visit- Woodstock, spent J17,5?5.U, leaving a balance ot W13.22 to new tago near the Arbor Vltae pay house.- nurllncton Saturday with his son ! loyd, mts, Mr. and Mrs. i account. The school directors show re- Some half dozen teams began Mondny for medical treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Leo I celpts of $5361,10 less J607.S1 balanoo on hnnrt haullns rails from riattsburgh to 'IHlothon nro visiting his sister, Mrs Feb. 1, lssis, and aisoursta tor state school young s Point tor tno itutiana extension. i.u mwuiuimi ji uuii umu..,-.. ....... tax jaos.60 for orders drwn by directors -Mr. and Mrs. Seth Gordon nf Chazy, , Grlswold of Lden nnd Miss Lucietla $1824.5?, balance to now account $329.S5. The wero In town over Sunday.s-Mr. and Mrs. Tlllotson of Satel!o were united In fcninMtr.,nM lmM inn.n mile .fi 07 . ..1 f..,ii u.t .ai . iiA., . 1 marrlajro at the Hotel narlors eeh. 22ml ni U Vosburg and poration tax to treasurer, $000; town agent-fonl, visiting frlends.A. K. Center has y S. It. Miller Lsq. Lewis J Wells died visiting Mrs. Vos- bills, $103l.fs. The town agent received tor leAsed his tarm to H. W Mucombe-r and Is ''""h aier n short Illness. ag-..l ,j W L. Tltemoro and liquor sold I101S.94. Tho profit from salts moving lo Schuyler Falls, N V Mr and '1n'f 11 1 haves a widow and many Mrs. W. II, Lnntman. A. II. Shedd spent n tow days last wool? with his daughter Mrs. II. J, Itublee In Montgomery. 13. O. being $1X1.39 will ho retained by tho town, Mis. W. H, Ilurr. of H.ingor N Y are frlonds to mcurii his loss He was ,i nvni. Tho amount paid teacheis In the Hlxh In town spending a few weeks wllh"er of Co, II 9th t Itcg. Die funeral school was $arj.Jij In district schools friends, Lewln H.k k, Jr,, has leas '.1 Juan (Continued on 7th page.) "Fidelity"RuptureCureCo. of Yt. Haiti Office 4 Y. M. C. A. Building, Burlington, Vt BRANCH OFFICES: East Hardwick, Lyndonville, St. Albans, Middlebury, Rutland, White River Junction and Waterbury. No Charge for Examination or treatment unless a cure is effected. Write for circulars and testimonials.