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i II K BURLINGTON" FK IMS PRESS, THURSO VY, DRCHMRER 7 1899.
0 VERMONT LOCAL NEWS (Continued from flrt page.) Smith and wife mid Edmund Lniluo and wife snout Sunday with Alex Laratny in I'leasant Valley. Mrs. nrnlit Patt"ii anil t It t lei daughter, who lias been visiting friends In town, returned to her Home In HI. Alhalis Saturday. Rev. George 1. Ktorv nave n ei y Interesting account of tho State Sunday sehool eonvetitlon at Jirutt'elioro at the union moeilng of the 3U. ''. and Congrigntlonnl Srmlny si huol at the Congregational vestry Sunday i veiling. The graded school began the winter term Monday with the samo lioaid of teat hers, the town school began aio on Monday with no changes except In Ihe Caswell dlstilct nnd the plains ols libt Miss Hertha Stookwell touching In the p alii and Dclbcrt Parker 111 the Caswell district. Harrison Joekoii has h. i fat Improved as to ride out. Mr. alid Mr Kine-t I'otvln are the happy parents of n ton, which was born Sunday the 3d. - Dr L. C. Holeombo went to 'iK'-hlio, Conn., last Filday evening to bring liuinc IMuar Powell, who was there -ittonillng m hool and who ban been veiy 111. Tin y i. rrlved home Sunday ninrnlng. i-lilwnid lVltlr. who nsslsts at I he station, was Ulte seriously hurt lat wick. While jumping fiom a car his foot e-nuglu and le was diaggid cpilte a distance and was (.Mtc b.idlv Jammed up ii'nl bruised. ,lo siph Itnbiar his moved from 1 lurdorabblo 1d the new house which ho has recently b d't on the plain. Heiny Caswell of Mam-he ster spent a few days at Ills 1 .titers. A. I!. Casweirs, last week. JERICHO CENTRE. Tho regular monthly meeting of the Women's Mlsslcnury society was held at Jlrs. 1'. I). McGlnnl"' Thursday .ifternoon at 2 Jl ii'ikuk. Tea was served. Mis. George W. Tubbs. who has been sick lor veral months, died of valvular disease if the heart I'llday last. Tho funeral was le lil at Hie houso isiunilny at I o'cloo.:, Jov. C K. liny-ward olllclatlng, and the interim lit was at Essex Centre. M rs. M. M .shcrmafi, who has been staying sc v ir nl weeks .it E. 11. .Ionian'., has nt.ii" to .-peiul the winter witii .lohn J'ubox, t . .11- 'it liolton. The Ladles' Aid so- v will give a sociable at the tcsl u tu e of C. P. Ncaly Friday evening. A mort pioKiamiiie will be leii.lcrcil, and li I'n -bmelits si rved. Rev. nnd Ml". C. E. l lywnril and t lilldrrii wonl to .tk -lilies tu pend Thanksplvlns: with their parents. 'r-. ll.iywaid and elilldun icuialn until fix week. Miss Irene Jlelkle. jviio lias i nt everal weeks with her sister. Miss ,)lni Miikle, this Minini'i', has return I i to lu i home In Canada. Mrs. "ox of 3 -nvi II, Mnvs., an aint ef Mr. A l'ul 1 r In-, bi-n visltltiff at Mr. Fuller's Ihe l w--el; or two. Dr. I-.. II. Stone and iifi of Iturllnt-.tiin spent ThanksKlvliiff will ib-lr parents, at this plae-v II. 11. Vidir has litilshid " work at W. A. le n hV --William Lewis has eiiR.isrd Ibe oinliiK year to Frank Ayrs of Hssex C -litre, and moved hl family there last v . k. He has leased Ills farm at Nasli Mlir to (ienrsro Drlukwater for tho eom- I, y, ar. William r,-ntley h is a painful I. Imi on his hand. T. .1. Nash has opened ji ihw wheelwright shop at Vishvlle.--Hr. Laura Pulton or Itoy ilton i-pnit TImii'.-sIvIhb with her sister, .Mis. 11. II. Hmi h. Tho Mill Drool; er- amery shul (lnwn fer th season the lay b-i'oro Thank-slviiiK. 13. T. Scott hi been en I: uf d to run It the coming" season. W. O. W le mirsh and wife vtMtod In WVatfoi'd 1.. t wick Mrs J. W. Hart went to Ilur llnirtoii Icr a f w -lays, this week Tuis ti (I'-oige iiallai-1 and Ills brldt? of l.onn Lake. N. V.. spent a ftw day at his ni"th"r's home lat w-ek. -I- miiia 1'ickrell and D. D. nieknell wen- In at tiniianie at a bearing he il at th probate i r.un moms l-t we k ci tie- stale of Mrs June Westell, 'h ,r ileieisid "ister. 1'lallk fl. 1'iase lln- llilden.y ealliil to H i on last WcU on buslne-s and Mrs. 1 -t accompanied 'dm a" Tar as West 1 iiiilnleli wh- i'f -lv- --topped to visit Mr. and Mrs. i;.iln iv.i-' IlANKVII.I-i:. Fl ink Mon.l b, ; -I. lu .ill- r f'nti Mnnk-i-n en's f irtn Mi' - mov 'tl to Young has and ha taki n -. 1 1. A. i:al: r I V v I h a b.n -1 - old Mis. ii I rl-'ol ,n-l 1 rr -i lah I irw-t- r of Huntington ' 1 11. Shat "i -'!- la-t wi Ami lla r. Mi". .Mor mi 111 isii-il i-t It.- Mr.'. Calvin ' r i nt. r . i- i-r.!ng h f.il In-' rapidly, i'n d Smith - un U- in I.ele. s:er. -.K-ss'.e Sti n ij- re i i.ed to her home in link'TH li. Id 'a: w-ik Mrs. Kim- r Moodj Is Fit k with long trouble. School eom m -v id Monday, nfter a w-el.'s v.iu-itlon, Mill Mary Lewis as tent her. JERICHO. Mi Carroll Drown has hem vMtlnc Mt" . R. Curtis. Allen Williams, who i.- ittondlnp Xorwbh I'lilwrsiiy. sin lit l'h..nksrl inir with his parents. Mr. and Mr- (b-oine P. Ili-k of Mlddlehiry aie tho iu -a- of Mr. ana Mrs. S. H. Curtla. rrink I routy, who has be, n In Mi- hVn'i .lu p.i-t few veals, s-pt-nt Thtnkivlti!r b hi" father, K. II. I'ronty. M-s. X. M Nay of MI ton oame Saturday to spend th. winter with her son, V. tl. Nay. II iiry l'ircival of RnrliiiRton spent tho I i Kr part or '.ait week with hi srand i r-'itsMr. a.nl Mrs. I.. C. Rice of St. All in- -pent Thanksgiving In town. Mrs. A H HraOIord retiiriied to Hwanton Tnes d .v. Rev. Mr. Rces of Canton. N. V., will int.it h at the CotiKresatlonal ehuren Sun il." - Mrs. Northrop and ihildren of Shel don are vlitlnn her sister, Mrs. Wil lam Wln'iomb. Miss 'Jlary MeI..-aiKhlln went to II irtt'oid. Conn., last week, where she wil enti r a hospital to become a trained tmr-e-Mr. nnd Mis. C. C. Hnxton t.nd Infant son had a narrow escape from be-Ini- -nffoiated by coal frns Friday nlKli. Ulin found they wero unconscious and In half hour longer would have been In vcul i eovery. HI'NTIXaTON CKN'I'RK. t irtln Shermnn Iris mov d lo Rlth- n Mr. Sherman's family have livd n if ov r years, and have many friends n ho n m et lo have them leavo town. Jle l.olbT for llartlett Co's. mill nr nv. .1 lure Sunday afternoon. On account .il bad mails it took about flvo days to tli.iw It fiom lit lfatol. Catlos Hrewster ni' vMl en to tin- farm lie boinrhl of his .i hi r last w eek. School comninieed Alr.ndij with MIs.h Nellie lilssonelt of 1 Ihe s urirh as t.Mcher. The Infant la iffhti r of Carles Hrew'ster Is ipilte s't-1:. HIkIi iialllrr R. A. Norton mail children tir;h.i, Maltha and Unhurt. spent TlniiksiflvltiB with .Mrs. R. C. lialdwln 1m New Hampshire. ,1. C. Cnrpellte", who four h.i-' btr-n in IirUtol for the past weeks helping to i very ill, is at Mr md Mrs. C. fiiai k.-boro spent r are for his mother, vho home for a few days. W. Shattuck of Piuitli Thanksgiving with Mrs, i-ih .'tuck's parents, Mr. and Mrs. It t. ) Img Miss Minnie .lones Is helping (o tare for her sisler, Mrs. IClme-r Moody, who is unite ", In Starksboro. JIINKStltj'IiOIl. The creamery paid $1.01 for M.md-Jid November milk. Thanksgiving day n r vli ei. were lu-ld In tho Mothodist i hnrch with a sermon by Itov. T. .1. Harris The 1 idle-' Aid iioelely gave a soclablo nt JI M Hull's Wednesday evening Miss 3nilsa Iconard of lirooklyn, .. V., Is spending the winter at fl. 11. Innard's. t A. Leonard and W. 1-3. Andrew sup plli d tl Ir friends with lino ruts of veni son after their hunting tilp In the Adiron dack. Mr. Leonard's deer weighed 171 pounds and Mr. Andrews' was but a trlllo lighter. l'tlnclpal Sturtevani has resign. d his position Iti tho high school to ai rept a better place In Cambi Idgn. Kvan- i;ill-l t'liiiney arter naming a very sue- ire-fiil series of revival meetings at Me- e haiilcsville has gone away. Dogs klllnl more sheep for David Spraguo last week, -The public schools opened Monday with tho following teachers: No. 1, Lulu Plot- chcr, No. 2, Grace Jnckman: No. ), Hep. Jlo Wee-el; No. 5, Manrtfina Norton; No, f,. Mrs. F. M. Post; No. 7, Anna Patrick; No. Ji, Trcssa Gaffnny; No, fl, Etta L. Hrown- son, No, 10, Kathnrlno .Tackman; No, 12, Kate P. Curavoo; No. 13, May O'Hrlen; No, li, A, Principal, Frederick T. Rhsrp! Ki), 11, li, AfBlstnnt, Kathnrlne Page, WILLISTON. Mr Smith Wright's funeral was largely iittonded from his lato homo In Hurllng ton, The interment was In tho family lot in the Last cmo'cry. lliero was a pto fi slop of beautiful llowi-rs, and ev ryhlin poiiuccUd with thu utvlvois, lea tilled tu the lovo ntul re l"it of his friends, 111a 1 Hb 1' lift h.u ln-.it notlcid, liut his pri vate ehnrilles tan lit vi i" In uilil. Thry uro Innumerable lie was ii kind friend to tlio poor, over ready to lulp thi'ni In ihelr need, or assist them to position whero they could do for Ibemseivis anil families, lie has helped yuimg men 10 man in inisi ne.s w ith his mom y mid they thank him for their success In life .Mr. Wright was n thorough mill in work or In eharltable deeds - Mrs. W. C. Bliss, Miss (Iraee Hllss and I'red spent the day in liiirllnuton eilneMiay. .Mr. t'roto s sis ter from l.owill, Mass., Is visiting at his home. Mrs. Henry l.eet and dnURlitor, t Ml th. anil Mr. Myers have irone to Wor- te.ilcr, Mass.. to visit Mrs. I.eet'H daliRh- ter, Mrs. Searles. Mrs. Whalen spent TVanksKlvIm; w ith Itcv. and Mrs. A. D. Itaibei- and spent tho remainder of tho weik Willi other friends in the villitKe.- The burial of Mr. K. W. Rrowuc.l took plaee lnl Tlieday. The remains of hta yiu:m:et daiiKhti r, .Mrs. Klln l'erelval, who died at 1 'el I ran Rapids, Minn., mine vears utro, wen broimht here to her old home ani' Inter.-w In the family lot. Miss Nellie Wllklns visited friends In Hun- tliiKlrni recently. Mr. and Mr. William .Miles hae another heir. fvtM-tjtuf t luiuriiiiiLjjii. I'oslmasler tl. A. Ten 111 and wife mid Hherirt' W. J. Fuller and wife returned last Saturday mornliiR fiom Tallapoosa, (la. Mrs. Sheeham of ltutland came Moll day niornliii,' for a vlxll with her sister, Mrs, Denis Hynn. -Thomas HaRiin of .Mimklon and .lobn KiiKan of flhelbiirno spuit Sunday with relatives In town. I'ather J. 1). Shannon of Mlddlebury wa-j In town last week. W. II. Martin up-lit Thanksalvlinr with his daughter In Souih I'.oytalton. The Cuthollv fair has been nd- JoiuiKd until next Mtnday evening when it will continue the following Tuesday and Wednesday evening-. In the voting- con test for the gold headed cauo, 13. W. Hen ry leads a.11 the candidate-. The liolton Ci met hand augmuiteil by membTS of the Jericho Centre band furnished tho music at the fair last Wednesday night. MI'S McCoy of Mldtllebtiry visited her sister. Mis. J. . I'lynn Iat week. Thnnias Carmody, well known In this pane, died last week In ltutland. Gr 01 ?o Chouto expects to .start tho latter part of the week for fpton. Me., where lie wil spend the winter. "Hid" Witherell loai! (d a ear of potatoes at the station lust week, pnying ?,i tent" a bushel. Mrs. H. Churchill of Canton, N. V., Is spending a few weeks with friends in town. - Tln - ai.nual e.eetl tho . It. C. and C. A. eetlon of olllctrs in R. will bo held on tho evening of Dee. 11. Dr. and Mis. W. S. Nay expect to attend the masonic celebration In Washington, P. C, next week. Rev. (lemont Craves held two ser vices nt Calvary ehiiiih on Sunday, lie was entertain-d by Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Fowler. Miss Sadie Hale, after spending several days with her parents, has return ed to her sihoul work In nnosluirgh. Mr. Corrigan, who lives in the clue-o factory tenenirni, ha gone to the- ho.- pltal at liurlliiglon for treatment. Jibs Kva Nay of Miintp.-ller spirit Sunday at home. Mrs. 13. S. Whltcomb jr., returnrd home on Wednesdny, after several day ' stnv In Iliirllngtiin.-MIss I-Torenco Mi- nibbon has tnkeii a school In 13ssex. The vlllace schools oiien next Monthly, Dee. II. The Whist i bib met on Wednesday ovenlnc with Mr. and Mr-. II. A. Har rows. Mr. W. S. Payne and children are visiting at her parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Rdwar-K Ira Lincoln Is soon to close, his connrillon with the bote' and wl'.l move Into Hi dwelling houe, opposite the hotel, wh.ro he will open a livery. T. S. Whipple will soonresume his posi tion as landlord of the Custer House. Among the-- In town for Thankglvlng day were Mr. and Mrs. Fred MiG'tin of Jericho, at Robert I'lxby's; Dr. Ilratlfortl and family ot .leileho, with Herbert Morom; the Miss. - W'hltakv of Hurllng ton. with Mr 1'aa- Wl.itak-'r. Lui-Uis Me.nl and fnniily of Johns. m and Mrs. Hnil.y of Vorthli.ld. with Mrs. Coodwlti; Mr. and Mrs Iivhm Whltcomb, wl'h It. C. H.iw le : Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Wash burn, wlih Mrs. H. II. Mann. Among those going out of town wivo Augusta Steirna and Mis. l-'ianeis l! ".ieillet, who SiU-.h were grist.- of .Mr.. A. H. .-ihei-inan a moved St. Albans; W'. C. Martin going lo Soii'h Harry noyalton. Rev. S. S. Iiilcham anl wile, is .-a k who dhuil with lb ir daughter In l-'air-'iittb g fax, Mr. and Mr--. 1.. C. Fowler, who spent the da with Ml.-. Fowler's parents, lu St. Alban-: Mr. and Mrs. Momhan and l-Mward Monah m. spending lln- day in r.urllnglon: and Mrs. Clara lienuett ttral children, who alo wmt to th. samo city. Mri. II. N. Whltcomb, who has hot n si, tiding two months or more In New York, reti-rneil on Saturday. Rev. .1 K. Williams and Mm. W'llll-ims of reaeham spent Sunday with Mrs H. II. Mann. Mr. IV I Hams preached a very inl-r sting ser mon at the Congr gatlrnal church. Lev. Mr. Rees Is to occupy the Congregational pulpit next Sunday. M. L. Washhiirn nnd Mrs Washburn went to New- York on Tiiesdnv evening to n main during Uio week. Arthur Nay and a frend of Hur llngton sp'nt Sunday with Dr. and Mis, W. S. Nuy. ST CHORGH. I Miss Maggie licrry of Hurllngton spent Thanksgiving at her former home In this town, the guist of Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Foibns. I lira in S. Isliam has boen eon Until to the house several days, 'icing threatened with an attack of fever. S. II. Tille nnd daughter Orlnda were tho gnosis of Mr. and Mrs. Rus--ell Tllley en Sunday Miss Alice Rdwaids has finished work fer Mrs. M. W. Hln.sdlll tuid gono to her homo In Hlnc-burgh to spend tho winter. Mrs. Thomas Morrison and ch'l dieii were at Jackson Isham's last we k. Mrs. A. J. Downer returned home last Sunday from a week's visit with her daughter, Mrs. George Smith, In Hunting-l-.i. Miss Mabel l'eck, who has had ,i home with Mrs. C. K. lialdwln tin- past your or live year., has trono to Hurllngton to ri.lde. A -ry pleasant parts' gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Millhain Thanksgiving day. Among those presint weie Mr. and Mrs. Alfted Norton of liur lington and others to the number of twenty-three. The evening was very pleasantly passeil In dancing, alter which lefreshments weie served, 1 1 L'NTlNCiTON. Fred Sherman Is 111 with an abeess In his throat. Marlnda Swift has ruttirn'-il to her home In Middlesex. Mr. and .Mrs. Nathan Illgley wero In town .Sunday to attmd the funeral of John Steven. Tho community was shocked by the death tf John Stevms who died Nov. 30. Tho com munity loses one of Its most highly re- iiiiiitr.il fl ivcttl a llit VVIU Uli-V rililo ( n n weeks. The 'funeral took place at his lato residence Dee. 3rd, Itov, ,1, H, Franklin otllclatlng and Ci. VV. Sayles had charge. H. F. O'Krien. 1). O'llrieii, It. C. llromley, Charles McClaffy. Herbert Stovins and Monroe Stevens acted as beareis. Fl lends i were presem from Hiirlingtou, nines-1 burgh, Itlchmond and many wero obliged to ri-maln nut side during tho exerols-si, owing to the large concourso of p'-oplo present. The (lowers were beautiful, Mr. Slovens leaves a widow and threo chil dren and an aged mother, who Is M years old, to mouin Ills loss. MAI.KKTT'S HAY. Tho selectmen of Colche-ster aro making much needed repairs on tho highway, building two large culverts etc. Tho school In district No 5, taught by MUs Aurella (lokcy, closed last Filday with approprlato oxe-rt:lhes, I co cream and cako wero sci-v served, Tho Columbian Marble. Co, i Mrs. Minn. I'rcstcn or altstleld, accom- , stato of intoxication and Monday inorn Iinlshed work hem for the winter. ' pr.nled by her mother, Mrs, Fred Floury, lug gavo tho following account of himself. havo .Miss l-3stlu-r Welch of wlnooskl Is n guest of Miss (Jokey nt tho Mallett's Hay hotel. Messrs. i A. Srnalley and Wll- lard Thayer uro making oxlenslvo rc pairs on their houses and farm buildings Miss Iltith Carey closed a succ3sfiil term of school In district No, 4 last Frl- day and has returned to hor homo at Colchester Centre Quito a number from Mallett's nay attended tho danee at Col. Mammon's Thanksgiving ovo. A good t mo is reported. Mrs. F. F. Gokey Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Dorn of tho Dellovue house, Richmond. Miss Bortha Crois Is spending a few days In Hurllngton, tho guest of her aunts, tho Misses Sheoran, RICHMOND. Daniel Perry visited his parents Wed nesday. M. 13. Leary, J. T. O'Hiorn, Tlnnlnl nerrv n n.1 ATlrhiiM Mnmhv ntlenil. eel the Knights of Columbus' banquet In ( Herllnglon Wednesday night -A party of ym.ng people attended "Dowiy's llccep- t!ou' ul tho lluwuru Opoiu lioudo Wud no1 ilny rvenliig. Clareneo Story spent Th.inkgi lug it his lioine In Mil on. I ho funeral of Mm. Snrford Fiy, who died ediu'oilay morning, was held from h r hue home Fildny at twclvo o clock .Martin Sherman of llutitltjgtoii Is moving Into nart of tho Jtnlson house. w. h, I''reeinan nnd wife spent ThnmksKtvlnR In Siarksborn. Mrs. Clifford Hall of Utir llnrlon Is vMHuk her pareti's. AnitniK those who spent ThanktsKlvliii; In town were Fn d Powers and family, ltertratid and Clayton Andrews of Waterbtiry, Clark Andrews and wlfo of HnrlliiRtt ii and Mls Carlolta Andrews of Mont- nelier. with l,-ay Andrews; Mr. and Mr Jt. II, Sherman of ltui HivKton, and Iloseoo Uroeii ol NMlllsttm, wttn M. nr. en; .wr-". John Atkins of Waterlairy anil .Ml-s -Myrtle Hurry, wlih J, It. Atkins', Y llllnm Call and family of Wllllstou, with his parents: l.-onaid Tart and family of WIN llsloii. with Joseph Cliarlmnl; John Mtir- 1'h.v of Murl'nKton, at his honi"! Mr. and Mrs. Hurt Crandall or ,Ioiv-s llle, with Allin Sablns; Mamie Hynn or liolton, with her parents; Mr. and Mrs. John O'llilen of lloltoi; Mr. nnd .Mrs. Labello of K.w .tmictlcii; and Mr. and Min. H.ivlil Keefo of Wnlerbiiry, with C. .Whalen; and Mr. nnd Mrs. Finnic Austin, nt ''Is home. Miss li- 'o Morso spent 'I li.'inltffivlni; tit her home ilk liolton. -A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. I'alilek Spmeo Friday mornlm?. John Stevens of HuntliiRton, who has been III for some tlmo with pivnimonln. died Thursday nlKht. The funeral was held from his laiie homo Sunday at elev-n o'lHek. lnlei inent at Hi ntltiKlon. 1. W. Shidd and wife of Monpell.r spent Thnnkiirlvli.i? with AIlllou St vens. Mls.'es Mairulc O'N'ill and Anna O'llrl-n of Wattrbury sin-tit .Sunday with friends In town. Mrs. Clifford Hall, who has been visiting htr parents, letuintd to her homo In Itiirllngtoii Sunday. Mr, nnd Mrs. F. F. Freeman spent Sunday In l-3ssex Cen tre. Tliemas D'.N'ell of Waterbury was In tew n Sunday. Schools In town benau Monday with the same teachers with tho following excpllons: Miss D. Hartro at tho Checkered House. MWs Davis In tho White district, and Miss Hniinn Itleliniil son In tho Intermedia. e department of tho village school la place of Miss Anna Har bour (resigned.)-Miss ITon nee Shnnh-y C Cambridge Is visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles ilarr.-tt.-CIIITonl Hall of Hurling ton was In town Sunday. The funeral of Mrs. Safl'ord Kay was attended at the residence la.t Krldiy at 12 n' lock, Rev. Alonzo Cr-aso olllclatlnj, 1-3. T. Jacobs having charge, ll-r vons and two sons In-law were heart ts. Mrs. l'ay had been a great sufferer. She was if, years of age. She leaves twos ons and three daughters beside a husband to monm her lu-.s. The casket was covered with flowers. A beautiful piece ,vas sent by the King's Daughters, also ono by Mrs. R. A. Jenes and a wreath by other frieads. ('apt. Ilarrv Fay and wile from Claie mont, 3S II., Capt. Arnold Fay mid wlfo fiom Milton, also Mr. and Mrs, It-ny of Milton, Hon. H.lery 'I hotna.s Fay of Jericho, Mr. Ileer. or Hrnnilon mil many others fiom out of town were present. 'I ho in-omit-nt was In River View cemetery, Then- wire many family gatherings on Thanksgiving ilnv. At S. F. Andrews' twiiy guests weio present. Dr. H. J. Andrews and finilly, Clark Andrews and fnnilly all of Hurllngton. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Jones of Northlleld, Dr. Clayton Andrews ot the Waterbury .u-ylum and Mr. and Mrs. l'ower of Waterlmry and family, at Mr. Mlltrn Stevens': 1'ost imsier Shed 1 nnd wlf" from Montpelier and Hon. A. C. Robinson nnd wlfo irom Westtord were present.-Mr. and Mrs. IM waid Freeman .spent Thanksgiving with Mrs. Freeman's parents in Wil Islon. Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Rhodes spent Thanksgiving with Mr. Kdgar Rarber of Jt-rLdio. -Landlord Dorn and wife are rejoicing over 'ha arrival of a ten-pound boy. Martin Shei man and faml'y of Hl'tit'ngton at" moving Into the Judson house In Richmond .11 lage. H. IC. lliutzell hns sold Ms barber shop and pool room to M. 13. MoM ihnii, ,ho loolep iss'sslon last week. Mrs. M. M, Remington of Illiicshurgh lias returned home, after a wtek's vl.-lt with her mother, Mr.-. Namy Rati'., and lirother, Mr. At. M. Hat-s. The film r tl of Air. John Stevens was largely attended last S. onlay at hi late residence. Rev. Mr. l'raiik'ln otllciating and C. L. Sayles having i-'iiiige. A large deer crossed the river one day last week and cro-sed the road near tin- village, lie had lame hi .inching; horns. CI1ARLOTTI3, Airs. W IllHm 1-3. Welb r of Hurllngton has inadL the 111 ft donation ot books to the Hieij-.y Point Hillary, aid other gif.s a;e expeetid. The oung ladles gave too "uld Maid's Citivi-miiu" to a WO houso Friday night :ti splto of the mud and rain. The library now has about Urt new books with funds enough for as many more. At the ck-se of the p'.ay Friday niglit Geergo A. l-'oote niinouiKcd a gilt of $10 to the library fund In behalf of himself and his sister, All- Flora Julie Foote. Aluhol A. Hlgbco will have charge of the books in W. W lllgbce's olllee. where they will bo kept for the prtstnt. Rimks can be ob tained at any time under regulations tli.it will, accompany each volume Ira A. Alanley and Lena 1-3. (Truaxl Matilty, a new man led topple, weie guests of Air. and Mrs. Hoirdmnn last wei k. 'nu y weio from Grorgl i. John Davidson is push ing his new hous0 to completion. He in ttnds llttlng up the mill with n new smoko stack aeiil otherwise nvuiring the ma chinery so as to do provcndi r grinding. 'Ihe Sunday -ehool chlldten are jireparlng for n Christmas exercise. Lake View cieamery paid $1.iK3 for I pi r cent milk for Ut-tober. Schools commenced Alcnday. William ! onto is having a well drilled on weie also made concerning the- working his farm. An unusually large amount ot of tho llrst dcgiee by Rtv. 1-3. J. Ranslow plowing has been drop this fall. of Swnntuii. At tho evening session i;nes- Atrs. C. S. Wooster and daughter Clio- lmrgh lodgo No. G.1 worked the second de lluo havo grne down to I-'red Hosford's to an,i sjt. Albans lodge No. 31 worked spend tho winter. The several .-chools in the third degree. Reir.irks on I ho lessons town commenced their winter term la--t of tho second degree wero mad" by Rev. .Monday. Airs. liuekmaster Is spending a 1'icstcn Hair ol Hnosburgh Falls, and the few days In town, visiting ft lends. meeting was brought lo a close by an e Chrlstmas exercises wl'l bo hold at tho emnliilcation of the see-ret work bv Grand Congregational chure-h. WESTFOIU). Hay l'o and Italph l'eny are homo Montpellir Seminary for a .short vacation. II. 1-3. II. Ituggles spent Thanksglvlug in town. Miss Mary 1'arker, who has b'en the guest of her sister, Mrs. C. V. Itlce, for a few days, returned to Kssex .liinciion Monday. Miss l-3ilitli Hill and .Mr. Oeorgo Hall havo been In town for a few days. Ml.ss l.lzzlo C. Allen return ed to Johnson Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. lllco and family, Mrs. Marlon Itlce and sons, Charles F. Mae-omber and Mr. and Mrs. j. j;, Allen attended tho Macomber-.Mower wedding in Hurllngton last Tiicslav. Tho schools of the town lie"Pll Monday with tho samo corps of teachers as lu the fall, except tho outh school, which Dec. l!i. will not commence UOLTON. until Magglo llorrlgan and tho Infant son of C. S. lirush are on the sick list. Mr. nnd -Mm. Hnndall Hlodgott and Mr. and Mrs. C. I". Sablns spent Thanksgiving In Hur llnBtr!. Several counles In town attended tho Thanksgiving ball at Huntington. C. S. Hriish Is lumbering on the south sldo I of the river on tho "Hyau lot." Tho sud den death of Miss Fannlo Davis, which was caused by paralysis of tho brain, was . a shock to her many friends. Tho family hnvo the heartfelt sympathy of the entlro community. Only two schools aro In s -s- slon at the present time, owing to thn scarcity of teachers. Dr. Hrush and wlfo of Cambridge wero in town Thanksgiving, wmt to tho Mary I-letcher hospital last week. Mrs. Pnston will rctuin for treat- and ho c-unn to this city Friday noon im ment. Tlio telephono odlco has been mov- der an engagement villi Hev. Dr. Avery, ed recently to the Hlshop hotel. The fnm- acting In behalf of tho Ainl-rialoou lly of 13. Mc-Geo of Duxbtiry wero guesisj League. Ills business wrs to spy out of Mrs. N, McGeo Thanksgiving day, placeo where liquor was sold and report COLCHKSTKH, ,nft Antl-Siloou commltlco, who would I report tho saiv to Iho sheriff, for which Misses Graco and Mao McNeil and Miss, services ho was to receive a stated weekly Kvelyn Morrow wero at home for th.i salary. This ho liar, pmci-ded to do from Thanksgiving vacation. Miss Cora Hast mg has returned to school at Maple Lawn ncaoemy, aiunc-y tiaies, who ana ton ci VestforiJ visited .it I. L Thompson's last week, Mr. and Mrs. O. W, Wright nnd son Edwin of West Milton visited friends In town last week. Henry Stanley was I't town last welc Merton Crockott and MIfs Jessie Lord of Hurllngton visited nt P. V. PnrmeWi'.i last Friday and Saturday. Miss Graco Crockett returned to Hurllng ton with herbrother ThercKiilarmeetlng of Iho King's Daughters will bo held next vlco n ul drink and by eo doing break tho Fflturday at tho Le nh-r's.--Tho Kir.g's law, When he was arrested he lid h,it-Daushte-iij will hold u ClirUUnua silo I Ilea lu lib puuliji to cunry uwuy liquor aa Thursday December It, In the .Methodist ehutoh, afternoon nlul evening Light rc f n shmentH wH ho e.rvcd during the sale, mid a muslMi mid literary progrntnm6 will bo given during the evening. Mr..' Elmer heeloek Is ("lte seriously llf wjth billons fever. -Mrs, Hynn .Moulton of .toil oho Is vlsltlfii? at I), y. Huntress'. Mrs. Ocon?o Huntress Is In Jericho for a few days W'F.ST MItrON. A, A. Herrlck will take his milk to the Colchester Co-operative cicnmeiy for the next four months, Tim creamery hero Is to be moved sum nnd locattd near C. I. Sanderson's. School commenced Monday with the same teacher. Miss Oettrudo Al len. Harry and Mamie Costello ri'tutiiul Saturday from a visit to their brother In IllKlnjate Mrs. Wrlht nnd son spent a patt of last week with relatives In Col chester. 1-3SSK, Rev. lCdwnid lluncerforil of HurlhiKlon preached again at tho Congregational chin eh Sunday morning. 1. A. lllmoio went to his school In Cambridge Satur day moiiilng. Tho public schools began Monday with tho same corps of ti-aelu-rs. Thorn was a union Thanksgiving s -rvlee nt the Methodist church, wl h an excellent (llM-oursc by the pastor, Rev. A. H. Knrlght. Miss U D. lirownell of liurllng. ton spent over Sunday at Mr. Samuel Kieler's. Miss Thankful Morgan spent Thanksgiving In Cambridge with her .ds. ter. Mrs. Harlow Wires A. I-'. Kani: worth and family nnd Jay Nlcho.s i,d family lslted Mr. and Mrs. ICdward 1 'ar sons of lii'rllngton. Mr. and Mis. 12, S. Whltten and son. (JearKO. Miss Marv (1. I'eiso and .Mr. and Mts. Warr -n Saxton of North Fairfax visited at Mr. .. U Saxtnn's Thatiksglvlng day. Snow fell Sunday night and .Monday to a depth of seven Indus. I lNDI'3RH ILL CHNTRK. Mr. Howe hns letited htr place to Mr. llolbroik -ind l.as gone to Kant Fletcher to spend the winter with her sister, .Mrs. i Davis. Mrs. Almlra Mead sprnt Thurs day nnd Friday in Hurllngton. Mr. and -Mrs. W. P. Fuller and Mr. and Mrs. O. i A. Ten'lll returned Snturilay from their; Southern trip. Miss Lula White, who woiks In Hurllngton, Is tpendlng a f w days wlt'i her mother In this place. Mr. and Mrs. Jed White of llurllngtin ha.o been sp-adliig a few days with his fatb- r. Robert White. I. J. Hiown has elo.ed his house here and ponn to his home In Hyde 1'ark. Mass. I'.atnlall Hannafoul has mov ed into James t off-e's house. Mrs. . n ry Hlxby and son Chester spent Thanks giving day In Wesiford at lCdward lilake hy's Mis. Clalup Is upending a few dny-i with friends In M iriisvllle. Miss Chajir, w ho has 'lei-n spending a week In Fairfax visiting friituls. returned homo Saturday -Mlsx Kate Mcflrath went to Ml Id' 1 m y Snlurdiy to spend a week with Mis .M Ooy at Rev. l-'athev Shannon's. MILTON RORO. Miss Mamie Costello began tho winter term of school Monday. lCdltli Hill 1.1 In Iiurki N. V. CALK DO MA COUNTY. SHKFFII-3LD. Air. and Alls. Alb.ilus Hall f.pmt Thaiiksgivliig at I-land Pond. William Gibson Is very low with lirlght's tllsea-e. -Harry I'hilipp broke his wrist last Th irs. day. Janus DeMi r and Atrs. H-nry Dex ter of Springllild have betn visit a.g h r.-recen'.ly.--J.im .- Knox, an old usident. vl-ltel at this ji aee r.-oeinly. He bad rot l en lu re for sixteen yeais. Rll.-y Hall has built an addition to his barn. Tho Christmas sale at.d chicken pie supper will be heal Thursday the "th, at th ve-try ot the A1. H. i hutch, under tho auspices of the Ladles' Aid society. Athtrton Chaso and family, who have bei n vIslMng hero a week, have returned to Rlp'.on Gi n, N. Y. Satinday evening quite a number ot people atitndcil the Good Templars meet ing at W heeloek. This onlcr Is In a nourishing condition. The Hpworth l.e.igut me..M on Tuesday evenings for the rnseiit, instead of .Mondays, as heie tofore. HAST HARDWiCK. J. H. George and wife have gone lo New Yoik to spi nil a few wets wrh tin Ir daughter, Airs. Kenny. lit v. M. ltoflman from St. Johnsbury occupied tho CoiiRregatlonat pi'lplt last Sunday. Mis W. A. Lane and stti fiom llairc aio stay ing with her patents for a few we- k-. A. J. Lanabee and wlfo spent. Thanks giving with her parents. t'UA h LI N CO i yi V. ST. ALHANS. William C. C. Alethan who has been de pot ma.ster In this city for several ye.ns has resigned and will go this week to Ot tawa, Out., where he has accep-.ed a simi lar position with the Canada Atlantic rail road. Air. Aleehan has been a popular end an efficient olfit-ial and his departure is much regretted. Charles i-3. Fuller has leslgned as su- rintendtnt of motive power of the Cen tral Vermont Rnilwaj company. The annual fourth district inciting of the Independent Urder of Odd Fellows was held In this city Friday beginning at " o'clock in tho afternoon, at wbUh time the Richford lodge No. 1 work, d tin Initiatory degrio. The Mlssissquol lodgo No. OS of Swanton worked tho first dcgiee, after which remarks wero made on the linnresslon of the lnlalorv iburce bv the chanlalii of the Richford lodzc. Remarks Master 1-3. M. Hartlett of Island I'ond. A baiiinit followed at Paige's hall wheio the tables A-ero tasteliilly laid and cov ered with good things by the ladies ol Uio Hebekah lodge under whoso auspices tho banipiet was given. Tho pest prandial ex ercises wero in chai go ot Itev. .1. O, Uen nelt. W. J. Kobertson resigned as master ear builder of the- Central Vermont lial: way company Friday, and James Co e man of Chicago has como to this city to nssumo tho duties of flint position. ,1. Southard, division passenger and freight agent of the Southern division of the Cen tral Vermont itni.way Co., has a.so re signed and the office has been abolished Mrs. II, I.. Hlr.dley and children expect to leave fioon for Rutland, whero Mr, Hlndley has a position as telegrapher for tho Hutland railroad. Mr. and .Mis. Iioraco II. Famsworth were glvm a golden wedding by a num ber ot their friends Snturilay evening, about 1,1 guests being present. Tho even ing was pleasantly spent In a social man ner and delicious refreshments were serv ed. Mr. and Mrs. Farnsworth wero pre rented with several hanelsomo gifts, In cluding a gold bonded cane, material for an elegant gown, a couch and llfty carna tions. The eomjKiny left at a lato hour, having passed a delightful evening. Among tho guests present wero Mr. and Mrn. Frank Houghton nnd children of ltutland and Fiank Farnsworth ot Janesvlllo Wis A man was arrested on Suiidiy night about midnlu-bi bv Denuiv .Sbciiiii, si,..i. ett, Altord and Thompson. He was lu n Ills name Is J. F. Carrlgan of Itaiiilolnh time to tlmo, and on Sunday night ho with n party of carousers wus at the Hlocks where they had procured liquor which fact ho reported as h agree-d, to Dr, Av ery. He then wont to W. O. Hrown, an- otner memorc ot tne leaguo, and it was while, ho w.n dodging around endeavoring to get to Mr nrown's re-finence iiiucon lie was put under arrest by the sheriffs above named. Act oidlng to his own story It was his huskies at tho Instigation of tut- Antl-!-apon l.cnguo to leiupt men to Xhc JIUchiiurtisctu Holiday Novelties. 1HIS MOANING we beautiiul line of gift articles tor Christ mas. Dainty pieces of Brie a Brae a choice collection of Ebony and Sterling Silver Goods, Traveling Cases, Bags, Toilet Sets, Purses and fancy articles in leather. Pretty con ceptions in Brass and Onyx. A most beautiful display of all Linen and Lace Handkerchiefs. The newest styles in Neckwear, handsome Hosiery and Gloves, Bath Robes, Christmas Waists and Silk Petticoats. All Wool Blankets rich pieces of Hand Embroideied Linens fancy D'Oylies and Napkins Blankets for Robes Dress Patterns for Christmas Gifts at special prices Waist Patterns in Silk Fancy Silks for Xmas work. --Beautiful things in Muslin Underwear and Millinery and a handsome line of Xmas Umbrellas to select from. We most cordially invite everyone to visit our store and see this the most beautiful collec tion of Holiday Gift articles. At Special Prices. $30.00 Suits at $24.50. Suits at $12.50 only $10.50 Skirts at $18 to-day $14.50 $12.50 Skirts $9.49 Crepon Dress Patterns at just one-fourth off from regular prices. Trimmed Hats Fancy Feathers and Ostrich one-third off from this season's prices. Silk Remnants at 29c per yard. At 9 a. m. this morning you arc invited to be present Reception will continue until 10 p. m., December 23rd all invited. One price and cash. Lookers as welcome as purchasers. In the preparations made. It will prove interesting- to anyone to learn by persona! insoection our preparedness for the Chnstmastide Battle of Business Oriental and Wilton Rugs are some ot our heaviest pieces. In these lines we are so far ahead of all competitors that we arc more than leaders, WE STAND ALONE. Our Upholstery Department Furnishes a full quota of Draperies, Laces, Velours, Corduroys and Tapestries, Creton nes, Silks and Silkolines, Denims and Hun garian Cloths. Pillows of Feathers, Doavu and Balsam. Screen Frames and Clothes Trees. All are the best of their kind to be found. The Richardson knows no second grade, and all are priced to please. W. Q. REYNOLDS, RICHARDSON CARPET DEPT. evldenco against the seller, and he also had a diary In which he has nleicd the nanus of tho liquor ellers aiul the sus pieious places which he had visited. l)ur- lug Sund ly evening Dr. Avery had icport- ed a caso of the kind which the nllleers visited and found closed. Cairlgan says he has ha.l converjatioii on the subject with Dr. Avery and H. I., lirough and ho thought thai W. tl. Clown was also a inon-her of the commit to. Yesterday Car rigan sent for all of these gentleir--n and Mr. lirough held a short conversation w ith hliu through the bars In tho cell door. Monday afternoon C.irrlgan was up be-1 ton- Judge I'llnn charged with Intoxica tion for which ho was lined nnd costs or 13 days in jail. Ho was In Jail Monday night. The; question has arisen whether this Is tho same character who has been alarm ing peoplo for tho past few nights around the Hlocks and Congress street, of which lliero has been so much tnlk ii-cintly. A son was born to Col. nnd Mrs, Far- rand S, Stranahan Monday. Dr. William II. Howell, who has been practicing In this city for a little over a iir, has been obliges, on account of ill health, to glvo up his practice and will leavo immediately for ManltolKi. whero where ho will johr his brother, who ic- sides on a '.nnro ranch there. j or fancy and useful articles will be prom- Tlio marriage engagement of Miss I'or- Inent features. Schools In tho town ills sis Orecley Dutcher, daughter of Mr. and trlct ticgan tho 4th with tho following Mrs. D. Dutcher, to Cieorgo l', Audeison of noston, is omiounceu Miss Coin A. Hallard. formerly of thU city, now of lirockton, Mass., Is to bo mairled December 11 to William II, Nlek erson of lirockton. Miss Vercnlca McDonald of tho Hay who has been 111 for several mouths, Is no better and has hem brought to tho St, AI-; bans hospital for treatment. Itawson Hralnerd has been appointed city liquor agent and the ageiioy was moved to his drug stoie Tuesday. MIsi Laura Allard died in the waiting room of tho Cemtrnl Vennont railroad sta tion In this olty 'luesday evening, hnvln just arrived from Ottawa. She. had been - ' ... ... . . . . . 111 with heart ellseaso for ten days and her mother had gone to Ottnwa to bring her horn''. No ono had any Idea that the end was so noar though her recovery was not exnectod. Sho wns tho daughter of Mr. hnd Mrs. De.vl Allard of Kim street, who ...1,1, m-ft hrotbnes Kiirvlvn lif-r. s,h w.ist U years old ntid was In Ottawa nttendlng n convent, ner auni, -miss unima jMnu- sette ncompanled her to this city with her mothe-r, Tho funeral will take place at tho Holy Guardian Angels church at a OCIOCK imi.1.1) ...... ..,h. FHANKLIN i H, H, Scrlbiicr wlfo and daughter, who havo bcx-u npundius a few Cays Willi Mrs. 'Ac j&.chstiHtsau, Opening Display of Christmas Articles. show to the public our ARE WON Scrlbner's parents, Mr. and Mrs. It, W. I'ratt, returned to their homo In Corinth M 'inlay. The intermediate and primary schools opened Monday morning with .Misses IVeloh and Wilder as' teachers. Miss Mattle Gates of St. Albans has been spending a few days with relatives hero, C. W. Morgan returned Tuesday night from Lyndon, whom he has been visiting the pant week. Mrs. S. A. Fish and Har rison dates are slowly falling. Mis, Ktn- ina Hell has returned fram Hurllngton wheru sh had been to spend Thanks-glv- lug with her sister, Mrs. C. L. Alexander. KNOSHUItOIl. John M. Whltcomb was seriously If not fatally injured December 1st by a fall of Ifl feet, striking his back on a plank. Ilia son, fiaidner Whltcomb, of St. Albans, is with blm. Lowella Oliver of Sweetsburt-', Quebec, has been visiting nt Wnrren l'er ley's for a few days. The Woman's Homo .Missionary Union will hold a meeting III Memoilal ciiurch tho ah inst. Stanley Saylod and family have returned from Huntington to their former home at tho Centre. A town fair for the bciielit of the library will bo held Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, the fith, 7th and Sth. Attractive entertainments and sales teachers: Ida Sykes In No. t, Nina Chaf fee In No. U. May Leach In No. 3, Mary Moron In No. 1, Delia Mossier In No. s, Mabel Stevens In No. 11, Hello Davis In No. 12, L'inina Hoouey In No. 13, Sara Scott In No. 15, Alice Klrley In No. !), Theodore I'o.-ley in hi. Schools In Nos. 3 and 1- begin the 11th. WI3ST HI-3HKSH1UK. About lM townsneoplo attended tho Thanksgiving dinner at tlio Methodist ICplscnpal church Thursday. A very en joyable time was spmt and a neat sum was raised for the Ladles' Aid society. There were in persons baptized nnd II ad mlttoil on probation at tho Methodist l-lpls nlittriili Untwist lln,. fl Mfd..,. Wnlt. copal church Sunday. Dec. 3. Master Rob ert G. Stono of lioston has returned homo after a five weeks' visit with his grand- mother. Mrs. C. S. Goodrlch.-Mrs. G Goodrich has been visiting friends In Hur. llngton this week. Mr. C. Hrown of Dps Moines, la., son or Mrs. Leavens, is in ,own tr re days.-The schools open "" I SWANTON, i Allen S. Floury, who has been the cus toms officer at the drawbridge at Hons, s l-ol,.l fn,- Ihe tins! Hnnsnn. 1ms rnliiin.a 'home, and is again asslgnesl lo duty her", Two cuher new offlc rs have al o In u scut here- on account of tho Ineiea.so tf business over tho Canada Atlantic. The children's exl bltlcn given under tho direction of Miss l-3mlly Cnrprnier Friday e-vonlng, for Hie benoflt of iho Hwitnon Fre Llbraty, was tho best thing of the kind over given In Dullard's hall. Not only wero tho costumes nnd stage set tings with all accessories most perfect, but tho wholo conception of suoh a pro gramme wns nagnlllceiit and tho way Miss Cnrpt-nler had so thoroughly drilled the little chl.dreii was truly wonderrul. Tho hall was well filled and Included epil'o a good number from our neighboring olty of St. Albans. , SH1-3LDON. Mr. C. M. Mead and wlfn, Mrs. D. D. Mead and Miss Fannlo K. Moad of Swan ton spent Sunday- In Sheldon Weeks Graves has purchased the school houso on West Sldo of A. T. Lcarh nnd Is -'o-Ing to move tho samo on Ihe corner, whero tho old Central house stood, lie will connect It with a dwelling house-. Mr. Leach purchased tho building at auction. George W. Hush returned homo ;roin Albany HtisIni'S.s Collogei Friday. Th' tn Is linn sleighing In the village. Sheldon has been In darkness tho past century. What harm would electric light do? We have a good water pow-r ami It could be. used to good advantage. MONTGOMF.ll V. There Is lo bo an oyster supper on Frl- day overling at tho vlllngu hall for tho purpose of raising money for lighting the streets. Miss Nellie Hunter Is homo fiom HrlL'ham Academy. The Lttdb' Aid so i lety me', on Thursday with Mrs. F. 13. Wilbur. N. W. Taylor had tho inlsfnrtt no to cut his foot last Wediiesiiay. 11. J. Kubleo Is away on a business trip. Lewis Hi-an of Canada. Is moving Into Mrs. Kmbery's house. A young child of Jerry Murray's Is serious-. ly HI with pneumonia. MONTGOMEftV CI3NTIIE. j The stage to East Herkshhe made Its lirst trlii on runners Tutvday afternoon. Miss Lll.Ie Foley has gone to Mnlnn- N. Y for the winter. Misses Nellie Toui li ft te and Ltiella Patenaudo re-turned to Johnson Monday Tho Haptist Y. I'. S. C. 1-3. will hold a soclabln at the parsonage : Donald and her father. Mr. O'lliar, visit-i on Friday ovenlng. Mrs. James Mi-1 id relatives in Plattsburgh tho past wee k. Mrs. Flora Inmnn has gone to Leomin ster, Mass., for tho winter. School begins next Monday with the samo i-aehers. Miss Hollo Davis returns to Enosburgh for the winter term ot school. ileurgo Porter spent Thanksgiving at Homo with his family. j FAIRFAX. 1 Fred Heom.Tti of Hurlington .spent Thanksgiving with his parunts, Mr. and Mr.4. C. II. Hemon. F.ra S. Huil-r and wlfo celtbrated the fiMh annlviTsary ot their wedding Thanksgiving day by en tertaining 2S ot their children, grand children and great grandchildren at their old homestead, tlicro being present tho following: H. A. Hutler and family. A. N. Hutler and family, tl. 1,. Htitl.-r md fam ily, J. G. Hoyce and family. Mr. and Miss Jackson, Hon, John 1-3. Hendrlck and wile of Providence, It. I. Mr. Kinney nnd wlfo spent Thanksgiving with friends In , Georgia. The night of Nov. 25. there wero ! two runaway.s In the village. While going down the A. lord hill the evetvr camo olf G. Murphy's wagon and the horses ran. Mrs. H. O. Wllklns and dangh-ep v ero Just turning Into tho strc-t from Mrs It. Wilklns when the horso b. camo frightened and ran with them to the pout olhce, where tho wagon was overturned and the oocupmis thrown out, hurting ,Mr. Wilkin, very badly. Sho Is gaming slowly now. James Ituggles and wlfo ! spent Thanksgiving at C. G. Newton's at St. Albans. Mrs. H. O. Wilklns visited at Mrs. James Huggls' Nov. 2.?. Frank Goodyear and family spent Thanksg.vlng with William King In North Fairfax. Li. P.. Tabor of Wes-tford has moved In with his mother. Mrs. Preston Tabor. Itev. Charle-s afford and wife of Hlnes burgh and Fred II. Safford and wlfo of Utii .ington spent Thanksgiving with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. II. Safford. Mrs. Crown of St. Aloans visited her sis ter, Mrs. G. A. Hallard, last week. Gladys Manley of Jericho Is visiting hor gnunl mother, Mrs. F. A. Viood.- .'firs, rianuel Mlichell and wlfet Mrs. Gcurge Mitchell of 'xiwe'l spent Thanksgiving with the.r mothed, Mrs. O.ive Cherrier. Lyman Aus tin and two sons of North Falrtax sp. nt Thanksgiving with his father, Sanviel Austin. A. H. Hteman returned fiom Hosten and Connecticut the morning of Dec 1. Mrs. Coor. of liur'.lng'on Is visit ing her daughter, Mrs. I'.nune-t Clnrry. Mr. Vincent and family sp-nt Thanksgiv ing at U". N. Uarren's In Westfoi d. Iiev. S. S. Rrlsham and wife of I't-aieraill 4-pent Thanksilving with their daughter, Mrs, H. C. Ha. lard. Itev. Mr. Hunt of Itunney, Me., preached at tho Haptist chump Dee. ud Mrs. A. N. Huck has not be-en as well for a few days. Mrs. P.ay I-wis of Winooskl sjient Thanksgiving with her father, II L. Pease. Tho trustees of the Fairfax free library will hold u muslca. entertainment at the M. E. church on Friday evening. Dee. Mth, nt 7'3u o'clock. Tho proceeds are for Iho benetlt of the library. Miss Hello Dan forth spent some days last wvok at Gardner Orion's. Mr. nnd Mrs. Harky Dunton wero at U. A. Hawley's Thans gl Inf. Dr. and Mrs. C. F. Haw-lev vlsit thelr son. Dr. Don C. Hawley- In Htiii.ng ton last week. Miss Mamie H"ibni and Asbury Allen returned to Hakersfleld Fri day, after visiting friends In town. Wal ter Hlalsdell is somewhat hotter. GEOP.GIA. Horace Wood has gono to Iowa. Tho subject of a Christmas entertainment with the presence of Santa Clans Is being discussed by the Haptist society. HICIirOHD. 1 Hon. S. P. Can enter Is seriously 111 with a throat and stomach trouble. Dr. Il'.ng ham of Hurllngten was called hem lat week to consult with Dr. Hamilton In the case. Miss Josie Impey was married last Thuisday ev. nlng to Dr. It. A. Wood of Worcester. Mass.. at the home of her pa-, rents, Mr. and Mrs. William Impey. Max Mlichell of Knowiton, Quo., was tho guest of F. W. Mitchell hem over Thanks giving. Hon. 13. 11. Powell of Hurllngton wns here last Friday to attend a mei!ng of the direct its of the Saings bank and Trust company. L. G. Greene ot tho Ciilon House Is negotiating for a hot I picverty in Canada. Moy Loy of Hosten spent Tnunksgivlng day with his family here. Mr. and Mrs. John C. Hubbel ntul di lighter Grace and Miss Jennie Osbtirn of St. Albans were the guests of Mr. an-1 Mrs. A. J. Merrill Thanksgiving day. 11 H. Thomas, who has been the ugnt of the Central Vermont station here for a long time, lias resigned his position in account of the labor being more than ono man can do. The work has required frem three to four men heretofore. The Cath olic Order of Foresters are to give a -leek tie sociable in their hall en Tuesday even ing, Dec. 12th. Refreshments will be !erv ed and music furnished for promenades. Piof. Charles W. Davis of Hurllngton Is to glvo a conceit at tho Methodist church Friday evening of this week on the new pipe oigali which has been put in md is to lio dedicated. Miss Mabel Hull of Fair fax will assist at the concert. The fall term of the- High school closes Frldav, Dec. sth, and the winter term will begin January 2. A fair for the benetlt of nio Episcopal rectory was held in Ayer's Opera Houso Tuesday nnd Wcdnesd.i v evenings of this week 1 . . Mltcne.l went to lioston Sunday night. F. W. Wheeler has -enle'd the old store near tho pestolllco and put in a stock of books, pic tures and stationery. A'.iout sl. Inches ot st ow came Monday, enough to make fair ly good sleighing- William Wright is building n house and bam uu tho lot ho recently bought near the Hraneti brld. tinned from Hoston last week. Miss Pearl Dixon wmt to Hurllngton to ntterd thn wedding ot her brother. Hcrmon Dixon, , to Miss Daisy Parrows of Hurllngton, No-1 vember 30th, P. D. Jameson has a plum i treo that Is budding out for tho second time this year. Mrs. 13. D. Rockwell ills located her jaw lost week and has suffer ed a good deal from the effects, Frank Tate, who has chargo of the steam shovel , at Point of tho Tongue, had his hand liadly Injured while coupling cars on tho Rutland-Canidlan railroad November 3th. i Schools In town commenced December 4th after a vacation of three weeks. Tho creamery closed the last of November. -The sensen for seine '.lshlng hns closi d and the llshermen report about tho ustiul Caleb. HAKERSFIELD. The first snow storm of Mie season com menced Sunday niglit and up to noon Monday nearly one foot of .m w foil -llfti. 8. O. Tllloton has had a relit., .ml Is now regarded us In a serioie r u -o Dr. J'nno of St. Albans wn.. i i I hero recently in counsel with Dr M e i i Mr. Tlllotson's ease. Tho winter term n Hrlghain Academy conimeiued Tu 1 , December r,ti with the sam corps e teachers. Prof. Nell went to lin li itn in Mnlno to spend his vuraMmi Lnoi , d Sheldon rnme homo to spend Thank ing..iuuge start u-rt Mon.i.n mr n t. Hennlngton, where he is lo pi . , r r term of court. Ho took hi-- ft a I and his daughter Mabel as far I ton, where they are to spend a p rt winter. The Judge has bi-i n i n r i a rm - of o 1 - y lei court in this county bne S. i t mli tlio longest term In many y-.ir. GUAM) ISLK orTY. ALHL'RO SPRINGS Mr. and Mrs. Frank Town of Swan .n spent Thanksgiving at his fn-le r -N'i i Gertrude McDonald has r-tm 1 'o ie her place as teacher at the Si- !i k - ISLE LA MOTTL. P. J. Fat fell of Swanton w i. I i leen n Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. 1-3. It. Rein. 1. u cl daughter of New York are m , ,rp' , II G. Holcomb's. Mr, and Mi- li 1 nrk r and son of niirllngton spent Th n.kvHi g at H. H. Hill's -Mr. and Mr- M M Dimii and Miss Flora Dean spent Tl mkrgUlt ir at E. R. Goodsell's. Andrew II 1 unh 1 .1 genu to Manchester, N. II . for t , w.r i Mrs. Mnhlon Lamore-aux I an i nnd Mrs. Roscoo llt-emnn r.f s,i s e-d on f rle-rds In town Sattiril i M- S -mour Doolln has returned ff n, I . . ton Mrs. II. C. Reed iss v . - . ;t I llngton. Allen Puchanan ol in Miss Annie Hrtiley or Noitii 1 married en Weelnes la - oi the homo of the b: i It ;'! lui v . ) W t tl h :0 1 rr c f t - r -1 bought of Emmett i ustrei' land on th" west si. r.f tie ln D. T. Trombl, 1 iN - able mention tot in nvr 'n. - . , ac count of the nb M thing l-e , GRAND ISLE MI"S liessle Hurll 'irt 1-lt towt Tv l y for a few weeks' vl-it In I:o i . Juent titles. The; ti t whist I . i season was given V uni -d iy ,r - t E.J. Parker's rt'lden .Mr , 1 tr . J. Lndd return from HoK K M Nov. 2nth, after a we.-k's ;- . Dawn Hoag, Miss Mury I lib'. rtl u i M i Kva Kinney of tho Normal fl ji ot Pllittsblltgh, N. Y., have In - n " n. 0 r Thanksghing.-Jllss Edith Li : f pi ttB. burgh, N. Y.. Is i gu st ir , t K - ney's. Tho Ladies' Ai l wil 1 r r n ed by Mrs. S. S. Grl wold or. i ,r i . ine steam drill hi- imi -in tho cut of the Rn i ni.l-'"-i nt Pearl and has 1 . i r- n, lake ready for i, mi-m w R K . i 1 iO V 'hh. where the work wpi t on i . i. d. SOI'TH HERO. Rev. Mr. Tenney of Essex w hod r. vices every Sundae ir th- Cm ? i i church until further n. tier-s . ' ed !n the several i trlets . r u. r t n. with the following t- ,i -h r- M s r i In the 1st, Miss Auku. a l'h- i s i t it Mis.-, Ida Laild In th- .A. ai u M s Ji i ,j I'.uilelgh In the 1th Mr. .md Nlis Kr of Hurllngton spei,i Th.ii.k. k wi,g w i Miss Nollln Squires i tae lo i, Srrt He-ise. Mis L. ,i tg.-i.n, ,u r from Manehcster, N II. ' 1 j heen to see her son. F II V n , his departure for Flon la. M - 1-. rer ,( Livingston returned h' m for T i k. Ing. The ladles will me. t on S " ri - this week for the purpo-e n v i apron o sei for .he l.en- tit of h r Charles Clark of Dakota iir. it tvu on Wednesday to visit hi- ra t. Mi ami Mrs. It. Ij. Clark. Mi-s Ma ,i Ha. n hns been spending a few da In P Is lington with friends. LAMOILLK C0D.NTY. JOHNSON. Miss Aiina Oakes has gone to Vevn York. Among thoso sp, ndlng Tha k giving out of town were Pr. f It. ng- r . 1 family, at Lvndonvllle; J. c H .nwi n I wife, at St. Albans; Be-rt Mill at Fli teller; L. M. Jon-- f,, Morrisville, T. J. Bait- r a Hurllngton; E. O. Story and w bridge, J. R. Hl.l and w,l- . Those coming to town for supper, W. D. Wei 'i ai 1 t t - no y , r, y it A e I . -. 'iim- H.irlw ir e n y i Lebanon. N. H Dr J. F V s wife nr.i Carrie Ste-. t-s frem ir I Myron Huek and w. e from S A1 W. H. Stearns and C A. Hi ' 1. v Hoston Friday m i. - n- ; He Drlskn has llnisln l 'ier lui here and gone to New Yoi k i - r The' seats h.ne ..rrlvesi ..r r c l i r had. llarlle Sweet w ' il, ,! woods Friday broke his le knee. 'Illy Parkhurst h .s move 1 Barton house and Mmllsen S.r t iv H i "D t n . O the Pherwln tenement. George M 1 uS finished work at We-st i'. r returned home. Rev. C M II ' 1 1 S I li femlly spent Sunday with s-i mor, S '' bins. Bert Gauvln and wlf .r g relatives in Sheldoei. Mrs ThAma- M r getts and elaugllter, Jenni" i e-1 I Hyde Park on Monday. Snu 'i I1 s ' wife of East Fairfield .-p. n- S -. v h George Smith. Mrs. W. G J .., s i k confined to her room. Mrs j t i has gone to Boston for the w r A t eight inches of snow fell on M -i lay CAMBRIDGE. Sixty-five couples attend- d "i d r c t tho American House Th.i-K -- i -s. -School comme-nceel Mcndas w"i a 1 attendnnco and the s-mie , i s nf i ers. Dr. and Mrs. FViresi 1. i-- t wi s r fir tho benetlt of Mr-. F,.r. -s ! Myron Cady returned fiom t a . ,i Men day with a nice pair of lu rs - - s n his mcthei's farm -Mrs L M lirwu l is siieuillng a few d.n s m i MOP.TtIS ILL!".. Miss Anna Geors- frjm Ta it t .n M Is at home for a w.ek'.. t--.t t r i -rents. .1. W. Warren u is pu -. h s i i t la Story's place" on the Hruokb - se' Mrs. Drew Dam. U visited fr. Is n Ilardwick Saturdav Leon Booth is home from NVt'IHIc'I 't a tew days. A munlon of Henry Oh- reh.U s '.mily was held ai the home farm T' at.ksgii g dny, there being about .t" p' s -t The sudden death of Herbi -t L. Moi. r in Johnson Friday was a .-h ick t bi people. Mr. Miner was. a y u-,K marrle'd man who had lately mov, d to thb' vll'a-o and was respected by everyone who knew knew him. Mr. Allm Matthews from N w Yirk Cnln lu ,'kltl,, ullll O Tl M,tlV !1 1 Mrs. Ida Churchill. A quiet wedding occurred a- 'he hmin of Mr. Edward Hart Thanksgiving d y, tho contracting nartlus being M ss T Harrows, sister of Mrs. Hart .n d Mr. Wa -lace Parker of Littleton, N II The G. A. R. Post and Rodf corps ar-i to give ei sociable at their hall r- xt Fil day evening Tho Ottumwa Male Quirt"-'tr engaged in tile Business' Men's In e'mv eourse, are vOontlnued on 7 h page. "Fidelity"- Mire Main Office 4 Y.M.C.A. Buildinsr, Burlington, Vt. No charge for examination or treatment unless a cure ii effected. 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