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Tllli BUKLINGTON PUKE PRESS, THURSDVY. PEG EM RE It 11. 1SW,
VERMONT LOCAL NEWS (Continued from first page.) ,UT'Lli.MH4. COUNTY. furnish music inch evening. Tho contest torment was In tlio cemetery nt Hrook- between llornco Thomas niul Charles side -Mr Henry Pratt iiml Sllss Dclphlno SInrtlu was well begun lust evening. Kins were irmrrleil Wednesday- Mi-, and 0. A. Bradford of .Manchester, N. It., Mm Edwin Rico spent several days In Is tho gaunt of Postmaster A. O. Spoor, Richmond mid Burlington lust week. .1. Mr. and .Mrs. George Edwards, who liuvo Haskell Allen left Ttio'day for Atlanta, liei'ii visiting In Canada, liavo returned Georgia, In company with Hoy. and Mrs, home. J. S. Goo.lnll of Essex Junction. Mr. Al- Tho George Rhodes farm has been sold leu "'111 spend the winter In Atlanta Willi MILTON. 13. O. Bovlns Is erecting n building ent . .veranro of Colchester for $70(0. his Hon. Fred. of tho bnlalliig owned l.y Mrs. E. .1. Ran- , "" 'innogun, w no is soiious y ill wltn JERICHO CENTR! kin. t in hmT Hlnrv of whirl, in will uso '.!"""" inn.............. ..s u, v.ii.tui .., line Shopping Bays to Christmas. lor a meat market and tho upper part ,0"-r' .... . . . . . . . ,vter at hei father's. Genre,, vv Tul.i..' iU' tilll lamnifi nil) inillh i'lllLfU III ' t t I i 1 1 --- of his slst. r, Mrs, Alfred Russell In Detroit was, the damages wcro not very great 1 Dec I. MaJ Wells was- uorn and Mrs V H. Comings, who has lieeti sun brought up In this city, helm,' the son of ously 111 the past two weeks, b now the Into Noah II. Wells. Ilo enlisted as thought to he linporvlni?. -Mr H rnest a private In the First .Michigan cavalry Tlow of St. Regis, N. Y., ihm been vlslt ntid at the close of the. war he had rca. n- lug friends hero tho past two weeks. ed the rank of major. He entered the re.- Miss Untile I., (leer Is at home fiom ular army anil was In uetlve serviee on Montreal to remain till after the holiday, the frontier for several years, lie retired Miss Nellie M. Watts has relumed from ahotil n vpiif mm on account, of tihv.-de.il a year's visit with relatives 111 Michigan dlsahl.lty, The funera), which was a and Ohio, and has taken rooms at H. W. 1 . ryffi,..,ti- T n, a J military one under the auspices if tho Adams' on Main stroet.-W. W. White Is UitCn JJlttlCUlt 1 0 JJdtCrminc And Likely To Deceive The Best front of (he American House, which was --Sidney Harher, Ic. and Hurley Burner nave Thp finpst stnrp anrl thp finest stnr.ks makfiS . Seventh Infantry, IT. S. A., took phtco closing out his slock of drug and Is going IK think that PVPrVOTlP ?hni1ln rnmfi hPTP for "their Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock . out of the business. Tho Memorial Ad- US Ulllitt. UlcU CVCIVUIIC M1UU1U UUUIO UCIC 1U1 U1UH . .. , ' h WnvI,.ml. on ot Ml. and Mrs. v.nt Christian church of this placo Is to live taken a lumber job of J.K. Runner Ph rkttTm ? CTlfK Tt's n hit Splfkh WP flflmit hilt panels W.linldwin dl.d Thursday mo.n- t,o dedicated ;rhutdiuy of this wo- k, Dec Miss Bessie Titus fwrnned to her homo Son. hav...iult a lumber shanty in b" ' .. !,.i " Z u,'iTV '".. Z V." ".T" .7 . , . "uv' , ' , " w rni ? is and winXvVreluV WhV ShOUldn't We think SO, SUCh taCllltieS tOr bUy- wm ,;.uvr at times, and It is only a f-w to ,,., the dedicatory a a HULL I1C till nilLiJU J I v. nu i huiii.th in v i u-, '' "'I incr arp nnr tnnnr p spwhprp. nnr r. panpr nr mnrp was an unusLaiiv attractive child ami his them beinir itev. w. h. mount ami itev O ' biTi'iived tiantits. brothers and i'Ish rs A. Ice M. lllount of Waterbury, Hov i i i 1 r 1.1 . . ..... ...... ..... . i....t.i.. i Perhaps Your Trouble Is Chronic Kidney Disease, will be Hard for a printing oIllct'.Mt'iJ. t ...1.,. 1..... ..I..ltt.,. fnth,..-. Thnmns Tntrn. lu.s r.-tuni, .1 io recently desti oyed I y lire. It. M. 1I....I. It. ........i of UiirihiKton Is vIslthiB his sister, Mis. 111 """"" J. w. 1' linn, wno is ill. iirs. Al'- IMrllMONI). Unmlnlnli.Thn 1,1,-1, ,.l,n,.1 ,.l,.ua I.VI.I,,.. no d Morsan dlrd lnt Wednesday ..fur Tho Chflstmas tren exei cIfs of (he L'ul- of this week for a two we-ks' vacation - a lonp Illness, and her feneral was held vot-jilil .Sunday m luiol will bo held In tho The n-palrs on tho chinch will probably from the church a est Milton '' 'lay. t.iur0, Monday ev. iiIiir, Dec. i'.",. be eomple'.ed this week and It Is cxpod- fche had bein a patient surferer nnd dei.th k Moi )l,nollvti, ,. i iobiii-n!i e.l Ihe elmieh will be us-d for s, t vle.-s came as a happy i-r-b-ise to h.-r. -Mrs. H. ,),,, mi,,,., shipped from ltlthmond lesl next Hunday. The lcpalrs have h.-eii milt M A-h ey had a tumor removed from her t , k , uf (,1)i,(!ll ,() , .j,.,.,,,,,,,, ,.M,-,ishe All the wood w-tk has Ih- i face llii-rsday and Is very oomroi t iale. ,,!,, fol. whleh ho lee. ivt d IS cents a painted, scats and pulpit fut nltiuv dn - The operation wa performed by Drs. ,,omi.-As a riflRht train wa pulllim In- e,l over; a new choir platfoim built, etc. U J. IJlNou anil I.. I . Ilolcotiibe. I . .. 0 tR, yal., U,,,, )llH Wrdnewlav morinnff The Inlet lor Is practically new to far as l.oefiv l to occupy tlio rooms in u a. n 0R1 (lf (h( Bl,,lltr ,u, ., lis of ,, .letomtlon, etc., Is concerned. The walls ... . - .......... , ...v.,..., ... .... ot- f.nrs ,rt ,)0 ri(I, ,-nnnlnn aro iiresed wltn a Btey tlnl, tin ... . ,. ,, , ,,, . ., into two coal cars and one H.M .Wl-V v rail IIMII .IMS l.ll- ,. ,n, h. .1.11,,,. 1 , '" -ew ion. nauiKiiiy ,, wH-ckbiff two of the oars In the train , -..ii,,: wnete in win Hp-nil a iev Xo danmKo wac done to tho main line d..- wlib tin it ii.niKliti r, air. .1. A. 0l, ,,r tht, L.an jm, gPVoral baircls of had exclusive charKo and direction of tho Dnw. ami . - Ham thei-p to rresi-.nt ( Uv, herrliiRs broken by tin wreck. The yard repairs. j-.oi .i.i. io .-.en i ini- w imer. i nc nimiiv 0o;hi1 like a looted llsh inarliet. The plal of Pr. .1 law-la calm Hear behlK asphyxi- i,,m, ,,, ,h,, iivlirht il. i.nl was twtsteil i.n.l i died Solid, y from coal khs. .Mr. l.ucla lammed. Toe Ilrlstol Dinniatlc club iui- 1 JI'. and Mrs. t!. Ii. lalilsha are nllcn.l- Physicians. It Is always best to bo on the , iff t K oo IM- S. .H, . ii u..b kidray trouble will bhow ltsd' name oi us mosi cornm'jii - inp'on- a re often mlstakm for other il.i aesiraoie siocks to cnoose irom, ana me service TSSrZZ raS'm 1. lM5S?UUhteM .. " did you ever meet a more courteous' or obliging .er home , K'hWltiti w.y;r ,..mL staff of salespeople? our patrons say not and , . r, r Hishoji of Ilolon and Ira Hlshop of Mis. M. M.-Kinstry.-Mrs. lUxsw-ll and n T,ltn wi .ki tlie StOre IS SO CliriStmaSV. SO tldV and bright. K.Ur..x. and one da.mhler. Mts. .b,.r,e her dauber, Fa.myof North Troy, havo I ' ' Mid HlS.t,,,. wt.k.. s, P 1 imasy. bo tidy ana ong riuiH runiHiiK "i-f'u whii u prey inn, iiih ttt j 1 11 j 1 i a ,nu empty stock paintinK is in iutih irny ami itirht blue We most cordially invite vou to spend a portion 'v1;1 stillttlng them, tints, and llu, result ls,a veiy Inn monloi.s ' J . , . o cjoeli. is .iae "ii r.m;iCm;, wn'o'baM 01 eacn 01 tiiese last nine aays in tnis store you will find pleasure and saving combined and re member lookers as welcome as purchasers. n .... I....,..-.. ri-l. . r , ... ,1 ht.ti. II . Hi., inlt.n nr . II l'OUl-1 ...... ............ ., I I II HIM II III r ill I 1 .1 A. 1 lie I ,111,1 ,. . in v. ... r. . ... . l.l,l,,. .. n,1 , , ' lie Ce In the Loin wh en was about ' " " ' " ' 1 liomo Tuesday mornliit; at 11 hi ' Mli 11 if .1 URIC UO. four Irches thick went out Tuesday Th- f"" umos, nreKuiar nr ei.. i i. , .,.,1 river Is nniv iinr frnm e,.. Anrithiv '"'' ai,Ke:iieiu, vonmiiiK, in n . ,,, .. in, i wnm. '.-'7 , ' ,,. . .,, , lessncs sleetileSMietw. are al-, Hi.l. al, ni Or .MISS JellK' 1 , JW.eS Ol iniB Cliy IO I .. i.n, u ui v iinininvii Miii.u., ui I"". , ,,, . , .. . Prank Denney of Plilladelphla. Tho wed- Monday and are stopping at Charllo of ) "-as ,d It 1.1 . . y rol.nn n tin h. i UliiK will talc, placo Thui-Mlay evenlnK at VliigV.-Wllllam Harney, onnlmcr at tho When you feel 'under th. we it r I 7 o'clock at the home of Dr. and Mrs. W. elevator had his hand badly crushed last l a ljooiI plan to take a few ! s r.l i t ... i. i i... - rr e Sit'firi..lfni-i lha rrriint Wlilnr-l' fi ftl lit II. Corey 3f North Main street Mamr.iay aim ne is on ircii io my uu mr ...... v-. ... ....j .. .. ... Pest lluHbuit, n. A. It., have elect, d a while. H.IHor Hel of the Journar, nau "in any .i m.- rini..-.iiin " . . . . , . ... i . . ...... .. i.... n. . , . ... . . ............ .1.. .n .n . ... t. t n .ir.it t. !. mi htn li u hnilkii Kti I fi HIV II 1VU OW I 11 VU r. t llt'JO 'J I r out M,a, Ik- '.in,,- m !,o r.iuml I.Ik i.'.i at th ' IttlMS llnll Zhi I'ri'hv Ibis week.-Mis. Ilairlet StoM ns di d Handkerchiefs Whole dnttS of linen whltentiSS arc piled high in Command' r, c, M. Washburn; senior Vlco Panlcl Harper, who has resided here and yo r system needs brairK h ,n,i - I .1 u.-hter on the lloor but ihey rec-ov- 1k1u t0 u ,, nn(, (1p,,.clatlve audi'- '"7;'y n l!ol",P ",f Nn" I this storC to-day and Such a Variety. the prime command, r, Kdmu.,,1 Htmh.-im; Junlorvlco tho past an years or more r'm0 K "nff "om .UrotedV . " Med Her helm; loketi to the air. One -t , ee, under the miPlro .,t the Odd Pel- "odwin, when, she has been llvlnu the I , i 7 , i j , comniaailer, l P. Solium ailjutant, J. II. hhainokln, I etm. His hoilseno u iiiuis mosi tiirniic ami cumim uiio the .umpers had droppd .lawn Intnu I, w (len Jmin-i (UniilatMl mid Mlch-.iel l"'" few years. The fun. ral v..,s held Ones the dainty embroidered Ones Others With fancy edges and the Molitelloie; .iitartermaster, A, W. Puller; w-nt this week.-Po.itmaster McfireKcr s hwamp-Iioot Is us.sl n h. pal ' uy riv 1 1 1 ii i ' Ma ti Her Iielmj taken to the air. One .f , ,., under the auPlce3 .,t the Odd Pel- tioo.lwln, when, she lias heeti uvliiu tlie i i i ' , -.i e j i ,i comniaailer, l P. oliiii?; ailjutant, J. 11. naamuiun, i con. n """ . -i" a... . .T. . impers had .lroppd dawn Intnu , w-! (len .lame, (Hniilat.il mid Mlch-.iel l'f"t few years. The fan. ral v..n Meld Ones the dainty embroidered Ones Others With fancy edges and the Molitelloie; .iitartermaster, A, W. Puller; w-nt this week.-Po.itmaster Mcfirescr s hwamp-Iioot Is us- cas into the room.-A very im.r.st- 1,,,1,-y, tho Irlslini.n. !..-. ive special no M.mdn.v atteinoen and h t remains were beautiful LaCC affairs. The beauties VOU Call buv for 19c and 25c are rhnnlalii. n. K. OIlMiri; HtirKcon, II. U. f"r J' norv co cxjilr.-H with th s pita s; 1" mlslonary mco'lnK was held at '1 1 In- t,r...-Mrs 0,ol);(. w. (Hem in'l Mis. I!, 'a I' en l N w Hampshire foi- bunal.-Mr ul-dullul aiidirs. U(.dmit-S you UrfU uuy iui io dliu JOC art. ,,t.ld(,n. n(k.er of thf, N1,mk.n Hurt- nonth. H s expected that Mr. II. C. Ayer In their I rluite prae uiaivuia ui nuc wc.tvuii unu iuaKint;. irand; olllcer of tlie Kiiard, n. is. 1'erKins; - i"" ..u.-..,.... I relief commlU.e, P. Stewart Stranahan, preKor has bIvcii Rood sail Holiday Novelties Buy ever so many of the so called useful gift''!1'1"11 s!r0", ? ,,v' Cu1m,m"1fV-, r' tcrm f ,'II?r,v 1 A,S , ... J ... r , , v, ,Hosan, V. . McArthur; deleKato to en- PAII1PAX. things and Still yOU Will iind a need (ltS a campment, Kdmund IlilKham, Joseph N. MWs xetllo Hltck retun Christmas need) for a few odd gift articles such as Sterling Silver novel- r.m; alternates, s. w. Kimball, c. v. cluster' Wednofday.-Mr. a the Incr ml lty church Momlny ov.riinif. Pour m'.i.l.-- i Jones travo a social pmurosslvu whist ''w. (leorc- K.lll.k leiurned to th.lr tor-, from away wore prt-eiil to ai -Vt ai party at Odd Fellow p Hall last Wedne.s- homo In Mlddl. bury Monday. The chttrc h- the "erviec. A pail of hots.s wtiiililmt day nlsht fir fourte. n tables. Clursts wire '- of UdM place ale prcparliic lor Cnrist- i'lna pomids weie 'an.imht hele fiom Ciees la-cent from til's and adjolninir towns. "i in exorcises to be held In the Academy I alls last week by the Pulp Mill cimpatiy lioimtlful and el.irant i efreMim.Mts were hall on tho evening ol U.'C. lath. Mr. mil to be used at th" mill for drawing wood, served by the H.n.w. 'ihe KIiir's Daunh- Mra. O. J. I.owrey are In St. Jolinsbuiy - Mrs. D. V. Qtiinti spent Sumlav v.l h ters mot al the es-.ry of the PnlvcrwillHf nttendlnp: tho Oramro nicetlm,'. Mrs. Mdo friHids In nurlhiMton. There are eipit chiiir-h last Weilmsday nfterlioon and I'oimlas of ICs'ex Jl.nctlon, James IJoub- till tti Mm lit.fli unliiwil lien tti lllil U'ldM r'1 1 1 if 1 I 1 It t 1 1 lit' At.Bti 1' II e" MfP las of Essex and Mr. and Mrs. A. ('. Intermedial., departmrmt and 'three In tho The fifth Masonic illslrlr-' will hold their KpauldliiK of Hurllnpton ere in town 'i"1"' nyx ar prlmarv this tetm.-J. C I'heliw has tin- annual meeting will: North Star Loduc. Monday to attend the funeral of Mrs There are hOStS ii-licn work for X. K. Phelps and cone to P. and A. M., niel.motid, ThuiMlay, Jan. Sevens -.Mrs. i.. nil , ,. rl"1'p igc to 4-1 fin Sopertown to work for A. II. Martin.- :'-. lOW.-Tno reKular meetlnp; of Nor.h --Miss Allco Cochran Is attend r.ir the l.s-I 10 51.UU. The whole number of pupils enrolled in Star l.ndsn Xo. 12 was li. 1.1 at their hall s;x ( laHslo.il Inslltute.-Mis A. P I '.ml- , the Kra.led school Is as follows: til in tho Tuesday afternoon and e-.-.-ulnp:. Work nrd of Sw-anton was called liete ucdny 25 DrCSS 1 hlKii M-hool, 15 In the intermediate. .7.1 In was done on tho Fellow Crafts degree. hy tho death of her father, I-.. II. Proutj. ti. 1 rand- olllcer of the cuard, II. I". Perkins; ' ' "e tlio next postmasier. .Mr. Mr- oociors ui.-mseivos wno " ' relief conimlltie, P. Stewart Stranahan, OreRor has bIvcii Rood satisfdction during rrmt., beenuso they re'.ffriz 1 kldnej- (Hid bladder trout '., s To prnvo what Swamp-1'.1 j' w u ' ties, Comb and Brush Sets, Ink Stands, Pocket Books, fancy creations in st. Albans cimpt. KniRhts of coin,,,. fhVr "nuhirr. mm Sr miey.-p. j. K,"m?r V,'-'u iU'nf)mt'-n' N. n r"n! bottlo of Swamp-Hoot and 1. H r orfh lr"f ,omr' of ,ht' 'housanila m. r ' jos pii .r.stlmonlal letters r e. ..' (turned home from and Mrs. Ijreli- yoll every reader of th" "Pr I will scml their nnme and JJr uiubii ouib, iiu. oianus, iulki jjuiiK.b, idiity trcanuus 111 St. Aliians Chapter KtiiRtits 01 ..oiiim- ,),pr .laughter Mrs Abner Ill'ey P d Silver a Picture Frame or two, or a pretty Mirror. 'r S,,!!! "v H"nry llf,s '-u'irm"1 to AllM' N-'y- ' . 1 the ensulm, y ar: (.rand Kiillil, M. I-. (P1. ,,p..n(lln)r two weeks with his pare Of pretty things tO chOOSe from and they COSt SO little Sullivan; diputy Kruml knight, W. P. Mr 'nml Mvv Orlando Henry.-Jos Powers; chance', or, F, W. McCettrlck, 10. Xilyor ,uul ,,; Insfortutie to cut his h coidlns .secretary, C. P. O'Day; tlnancial whl,0 S!uvlnt; woo,i for William Patter imnd of testimonial letters p ... fcrers cured. lie sure and n. KSSHX. BAST CIIAIU.O'ITK flio ntinual reunion of tho Social Club the primary. The missionary service was held, as an- . . . ,..,..,... I'ho while, term nr Atntilo T..Tlvn Aenil m,,c''. . .'"". "-""iV'' l'"T" m, ;,nnw tl iw.ntv.se v- ,1,. will occur on tho ad of January. It will Xruttc ot " a 1o-.h.-A farewell reception was Piv.n to be held as usual at l.yceum Ilal..-On tho .I..... .. .... . . ... 11,'nn nr. ni in,. i, .nr r nr. ...-.me n rr, ivnreled Vet those l)l'e011t elliOVid ll''v. unu .,11s. 1 .. ii-in.i- uiv mii- ....... .... - much be l isnlii , e service The thuo ' Monday evi-nlmr. Oec. 17. A tho Sunday-school and comirceatlon of de a dr "s ere Tv tho Uev Mr handsome chiir was pres. nt e.l to them (is tho llaptlsl church are Invited to be pivs- S ocHo Tw , W 01 the motives to an expression of appreciative esteem. Mr. cut at a Clirlstir.is supper ar,d tic.-.-A. hlocktot, of VJlnooskl, om the motles to 1 ,., . ,, , , c. Pa mer is visit lm In Massachusetts, missionary elfort; by the Hey. Mr. Hllss Ml. ; " i iaic cx u lis w . (u u, I .l I 1 1 iik lull, nil 1'niirr 1 1, ..n.-Tiutn, .ti.ii especially Alaska, with Its wonderful blsh- and South Hero. The Hist lecture of (he In P.utland.-Mis. Charles Tuucrr and op, and by the Itev. Mr. Atwell of Shel- luirne. on the Dlnci-san Meld and ills inn ni. ,111 in, "i"". "i 1 " '""' ..linipii ,,n Frldav evenlnir Dec. Io. Sub- oised Ills farm to I Men Work. The odd jesses held the cloo ' ' Via? 11.I 'H ,'lr St. ub'S -A Five other year, It l,..'nS i 'TTf ttA M mito l lini a I'"". Sunday. h,r, t.l that they mlKht have been cont mud , orcanized by the rest- --ui- Volet to.-M as ioB aealn. The s nKlnK was spi, Itcd ' J " n pR',-Word h s Desailtel aro also , M. U A. lecture course will be (dven by oh. Karl returned to Ml.ldlclown Hey. W. .1. Walt at the ConRrc'ation.il i rioay last. i-,. 11. Loinerso nas Jensen nis 1 arm to l'. I-. stenwns lor an- hbi foutth. A t-011 was 3d to Mr. and Mrs. -Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred i.,- Il.1 ...... I )..UM,lli.l .i,-e nlun I in ,,.,,i.l,tri nf :1 c-r.ll .... ... 1,1,'UL hiiiiieii'M ui ,iii- iidLine. ,1 uiu ii.ir, - ... . ..ml cnprecatlonai; t ie reve en.i clergy rcrv,.,, of t)u. ,ia., 0f cur rormer born the 11th Inst.-W. I. liradley went to v. 1- introduced by the missionary, a id ,ownsm .,n n,.im j. mittolph, at his homo Ihitland I3ec. 1st to attend tho funeral ot the offc-rlim-s weie extra for diocesan mis- ,n Jilrrno x v jlr Hmloih nVC( for J. J. Ilryant.-F. A. Plllson has moved in- s.ons. The elencal and lay visitors were m.Uiv vp;u.q ()n ,v,ult ,s MOW as ,ho ,0 hs new houseThe Fast Charlotte I.y- i-ntcrtalned at the Glenwood House by the A,)K.V f l.ni on Hrown's Itiver. About "urn Asii"lation meet at l.yenun Hall ladies of the church. mn'. v'ltrJ h mov.'(1 t0 nuffalo to Friday ev -nine, Pec. lSth, to anamre for Mrs. Hoy Hall of St. Albans is Is!tiiifr t.l(p ), ... r M uncle Jewett's busincsH the winter sea ran. Tho meetings will bo 1,. r sister, Mrs. A. II. Sturces.-Mr. and rfall!, hl, ,nvllr.(i years ,iko seveial hun- held once In two w.eks. The association ;,iis j. no.,.'..-. 1.1." 1 S"'":' .lre.l neres Io what 1- now the city of Hllf- "a? Deen in exIRtellce smco tlie '.,11 ..- .11 lilt, IU.JIII- M-UllillJ ,..l.n.-,t ,,, f, ,, , ,,,,. -f t.,,1 Pike Mrs. O. O. Phelps U-turned .Monday 1 mht from a several 111. piths' visit in Au dubon, l.,wa. Chloas-'O anil other points. Mrs. William Odlln who Is visiting her f I w I l t m . it .1 li r r ,i U n Inc this conerous offer 1" t it 1 Patterns At very moderate prices with linings free. Keen.-ui, lecturer, j. t. suiih.m, trcasur- .,' ;ft ,vc,.k-L nines.. irs. oniiio "'f''J' 1,ree Pnns." A fpw nifTpq of K ark Drrs! (ronriq at 7Qr ' "' "' ""-" 1 jj m, ( e.l at 10 o'o oek Sunday nlslit. '"5- ' . ,""'"', " " " , , . n. lew pit.Lt.b ui DidLK. urcib vjooub d.1 I ins ile minnl. .1. 1.. Uoo lev: outside, iruard. ...... , - . .. .7 s ze bottles of Swamn-Hoot ar f r sale t per yard cost from $1.25 to $1.75 per yard. Fancy Silks at 29c per Samuel Fox; trustees, Morris Walsh, j. 'timo.J..Mrs,. H. 0. stiles ot Johnson was mi druj? stores. yard.-A pattern of any ot these would make a handsome gift. anis!' c. k.' Lyncil'nnd s! X. lllVy,c ,a,i..h . . .- . ... . nt.r.ft nt n prn ,- innn r nifj i e- n irnxrn , i,,i vj.,,11, (, i nut nl t.imnnv Me. lias accented -..-. .."..v. r.r... r, - i . , . ' .. -nri., rr ,-- ... , r . . ... ... I iiiiuici y oaic xiuuuns at jyc anu oyi: per vara were irom tuc ' itouk jje.niey oi r-iiii.ineiMua chum u cnn (lom t)le p4.st nnntlst church of "i "- -' to "SI KCi ncr varri Fanrv Fpatherq and Frame nt '"f1 "l",1't- ,,,,,,, Fairfax and will con-.men.-e his labors Jan. ro,llJ, ,ri,,k- At onco curlosi-y wa, ;ro, - to per yara. rancy reamers ana rrames at PV. tjarni,y iach of Sheldon was lst irt, ij.ir:0w of Gcorwia is caring for e1 10 know whiU hiuI h-" t a 1-3 Off regular prices. Trimmed PlatS from $2 up. ' -" yesterday. Mr's."."M.' Uullard.-The Masons have ''river. Tho station asfent h.i re, .-ivod a ' Mr. and Mrs. Walter Judd, who were ,)(.r new ,laI, a rcai).. for tj,,r annual teb-firam from Johnson sta'it.g 'hit 'nera minrrieu yesterday at i-.nosourKii rails, ,,,,.,,.im. i-i.-.. mi, Th,. imi,i-m-,.n,r,iit sr.. " ...i s- . i weie In the city last nlk-ht on their way ,.i. K-.aiL n,,n.,i n verv KKe car, and that the i.ir t . Wltn a ten do lar Bill. ine hest nna ltv hnst to .Montreal. ,,ini,.,t nrr,.ir ito vi fne i,n trensnrv was J " ""-' """"s""' - .... r . , I Charles 1.. fain and leinltv. Mr. Hultolph's fiiiiumt Mrs.Wyllis Xowell Is visiting in Westford. visits to his old home have shown his -Miss Kdna Clovo has none to Xorlhamp- warm In'erest In former townsm. welcome viidtor. Ho will be burled at ICs- in ..nil friendship for his ton. Mass, where she has a position In n and he was always a i tlio Clark fchool for t lie deaf and dumb. SOPTH HPHIjIXCTOX. 1'red Donaldson was In Swantou last wiek to eloe a trade foe- a farm for tho cominij yoar. Mrs. Alsoti Holllns was taken seriously lareius, .r a,... a . . . ., , . .... jnctoll Saturday tho Pith been .lube ill Mrs I.oiii.o Ilrown ami mother. Mr-. C I. I.a.1.1, expect to start 1 1 IX FSP.PHfl 1 1 lids week for Atlantic. lown.-I.yman A, tl) rf,K,nal. nmi,mi meetinr; of Cum Powell and I-rank Hinham are expected , , (J A u ,,. foiowiK 0tll home this wick ncm i. iiesnne. .m.iws., w,.ro 0ir.(.tr,i: Corr.mandrir, M, F. ill Saturday last, and taken to the hos- waere uiey aa- m-i i ui-.iiiii,b .... "i""" ( Hinsdale; senior vice commander, Peter pital for treatment. t pal military school. Lavlsno; jinior vice commander, Carlos ljoren Ilutchinsor. has exchanged his KSSHX CF.XTHK. Hess; (iuai-t-rniastor, A. C. Jodoln; chap- faim on I'orset street with II. It. Chltten- , ... la n, J. II. AlI'Mi; O. D.. H. A. Tilley; sur- den of Hurlliigton for city prepmy. Mr. The Kraded school has op.ned with tho Ki0n A ,, vveod; O. (i. John ISissonnetl; Clilttenden Intends to uso tho farm for popular teacher, Mis.s X. C. Magemii.s f.s delegate to encanipnu nt. H. Durai'd.-Mrs. pastme. jirincipal. Itev. Mr. i'enney, for f-ome Ul,f,1M .lt, rU Is niflr-rlng Irom a fall re- Town Clerk 1 1. II. Wheeler Is Improving years vaior in uu-i iiim iHaiien... i;ii.iii.ii , ,,vt,,i it few .lavs since, otherwise she Is slowly from his recent illne.-s. litre, will soon ga to South Hero to enter in no(, llna,, for ;l .l(ly of her an. M. F. Tilley of St. CJeorge spent two i.pon a new Held of labor. The best pnon meeting-, will be held at tho Baptist days with relatives in town Inst week. iMshe.- of his p- ,ple will go with nlm. ,,lllllc,i, ov,.ry evening this week except, Homer Douglass has bought a farm in Miss Mary Tewksbmy of Handolph V. . We.lnesd ly.-Dr. Wilder has ir.ve.1 his of- P.alidolph and moved his family there. M., Tin. is the gue.-x of Ml.-s X. C. Magon- ,cP t0 i;iriur housv.-Flora P.ussei: i Mrs. H. c. Harringtcti has gone to St. lis William I up is conlined to tho ,, Kat . Toi)(,v ,.,)t to Montp.-ller to Albans to visit hoi- siste.-, Mrs. James house tjy illness -Miss Hogget will so. n atlpnj school Mcudav.-Dosi ce and liullock. cio.e her school In the west part of tho Ma, tin are preparing to enlarge their shop Mrs. J. V. Dakln of North Ferrislmrgs, town and begin teaching a winter school to aecommodate their growing business.-, who has be -n visiting at Ml. Hough's, in Westford. -Miss Dagget is a gradin'.o 1.,,-shall Tilley has mcv.d into his hotiso went to Hssex Junction Monday, of tho Institute and a very successful . ,.. nor- end, and John Somers has j Miss Annie Wnil.lt II of Jlancook. P. Q Iracher. mo ed on (o FrKndsl.lp avenue. lis visiting at Charles Harrington's. The Ladies' Aid society of the Methodist Fvangi II" Oudiu v has returned and Is J Mr. Hough has nearly finished the Im- church gave an ister supper WeJne- holding union ievlal m. etir.gs in the jirovements on tho hnuso ho bought last day evening at the Kssex Orange hall. a,,tst chiif-h tills week. He oceupied summer of Moses Hlow. The Interlorof tho A rcceptkm wis given Mr and Mrs. liar- tju. Congreg Uional pulpit Sunday. D.". house is rebuilt. He has also added a mie U. Hall Tuesday evmmg at Hotel -,,.,. i,.-m moved his ollice from Mr. souaro piazza and bay window, the work Ferguson cn their return lroni their we.l- Jtemlngton's to the hotel. Mk-ses Flora being done, by Mr. Allen and son of Dor- Women's Coats Wonderful the fine garment you cm buy here , pleasant affair, Jin.W for tho treasury was 'l Jr ut ,c ,T'?u-rK!V'n,. "" , Bingham will go to Montreal (.celve Mrs; M Billiard while .at tracks of tho sleigh and hor,e ,h m 1 mi ... . ... r. . v . , tlm horso ran from one cto . j j h- Tho following clergymen have been in lvtlc phock alld ht.r irt wdL. i,, paralyzed. ?"lor n ,the, track a ttetndance at tho Forty Hours' devotion slu, ,s ... ........ ,-i.lca. Mndition.-Dr. from the bruises cn the rt.li. wh eh will close to- u .. t...i ..n., . e, m.. ..... slrucK uy tno cans wm )'riu!llvan, Hev. Thomas ,,,h tr,t i.v .ho uieW.,e nf i,u slt..r' mong besido the track. Xo ti of .tin 1 TT t lt Tl. ,1.., CJ,.l,,. ..It.. f.. U t.' t. ........ ilflitr wnrn fftliml tli.'it f-vf till f Mm it i.rvv j ui u inui iiao n.i uoiiauiUt uu unua tiiai. lu3L . ; : ''" ciiim . , , . 3 cn r. r.-: " .. .. ... , .;r.., r-u ol iipriingiou, uev. u. v.. Louey ot lir.in-. , . ,,.,,..., r, - . don. ley. W. J. O Sullivan of Montneller. ristown appeared c:aimmg i,- ri - tie n n Hev. Thomas I.aChanco of Falrlleld and illcv. rather Pontl-riatid of Hlqhgate. Dress Suit Cases and Traveling Bags There's more acceptable that a good Suit Case or Bag. We hear so many say "I wish some one would give me one of these" made so thoroughly and of the finest leather priced from $1.75 to $12.50 'for-Bags and from $4.98 to $16.50 for Suit Cases. finished and best value Coat on the market for the money is here. Come and see. attetiu ance at tlio Forty Hours' uevotiou i. i i , I mhrp nc Hirh art n thn VianH rc anrl Vipct nna tv n the, rr.vm- r.rrc r ". '"" V.. " ' 1'helps was called ,0 ht. Altmns tno ...'.j.. ,. ...,, v.. .. , ,.r .u c j -j j r 'i.i. . ..... w. u. j .:ii;.i.vi V C ao . .3 cn r r.- " i mi i t. - it 1 r-t. . ul mu iiugion, uev. u. v.. i-ouey oi liran- """ s";" i J iu so.oj die very line auairs anu win Hianc ucauuiui v,nnst- ,ilon. Itev. W. J. O'Sullivan of Montpeller. mas gitts. One price and cash. Lookers as welcome as purchasers. - 44 The Added Room. P.ev. Mr. Kldrldge of Lowell preached a not seem to know much .i!,o.it 'hi r .--verv interesting sermon at tho churcn reneo except that th- hum. Ik r 4 M..,. r 1 .......... ...... u.,.,,1..,. irt n 1,.,.. ,.rt,,..r...-j.,lr. TI,.. f rl n-1, t eneil nt the Mrirri . 1 1,, tr.t.n nothing ill with appendicitis, i's better. Fast Falrlleld count band are to give the and he was tlpp-d out .1 .01 T r . .Mrs. A. S. Greme and Miss Kola Greeno play "The Stolen Will" at Head's opera i-innegan s, anu mat was n-.e .as n v returned lust night from Waterloo. ha'l Thurdav and Friday nlfht, Dec. II of his rig until Thursday iv." hi j !f 4 Gov. Kdward C. Smith wnt to St. and TI. There will be a dance after 1I10 It home. Johnsbury yesterday morning. play Friday c . nlng. Tho Ladles' Aid so- Thursday wa.s occupied by Mrs. W. T. Sutnhen and son Donald will doty met with Mrs. Gate Hawley Thurs- taking the testimony In th S leave to-day for their future home ui day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Xorthrop of case.-A 1 omenadu was gK 1 Xew London. Falrtield Centre vWlted Mr. and Mrs. 11. evening in tho town hall. TI f . -r Mrs. K. H. Flts-.linrh u-tnit y.wter.l iv .I. Wells Saturday. Fmest Sturtevant is Miss Mattie Kimball was hel l Wenri. mnrnlne- tr. Veie Vnrk- sin. who neeon,. hi Boston for a few days. Little Lyndon day morning at la o ciock a dp limn r pinded by Mr. Samuel Fitzluigh of Kan- Xolan, who has been very ill with ineu- Mrs. V. A. Griswold by whom e sas City. I monla, Is very much Improved. Mis. adopted. Miss Kimball v,is J, - ir nn..irt,.'rmnuier rti.ii.rni w H Gilmnrn Sybil Hull visited In Canibrldgo last week, ace and was a young woman of til of I'alrlee was In the citv vesterdav. , Little Max I. Hurleson, who has been acter but had suffered somo f w y ,.rs Pvrn Kiahnn i.f Unstnn Is lii F.-ilrfnv. 'Utile sick the past threo weeks with con- from consumption. where he was railed bv tlie death of his gestlon of the lungs, was aplo to go lor i in tno limoiuo counry 1 ourx u'u-3 mother, Mr. KUta Bishop. 1 rklu Sunday. Oscar Marsh, who has been In Portland MOXTGOMFHY CENTRE. and Bovston for a month, luus retuituil evidence was Introduced In 'he SMn- son will case on Friday morn ing. Dr. AV. T. Slayton of Hydr Pv.ric The heavy rainfall on Tuesday caused who Is a graduate of the H irvard M 1, , .,. . . ... T ... m-.a.. the streams to rise to such an extent that college and has had considers, bl ixn." 'wl be L o VwV a,,0,lt feet of tho ,1,,m al NeL-on cncoln thohospritalsbuth in IiiJS'on.M,. him el, m-c ...1 wUh 1 irealdnt- Into A S "n" Co's' mlU 'an'lp'1 and London, England, wa put n as 11 G cene's 10 fige last O lor s t i Pnmuel LtClare has moved from Lowell expert witness to trtlfy to th g. .en- Grienes lott. gc last "ctoncr, nas w Ho)h's houso and Charles La effect of the disease of pn-urnc ft 01 . 1 . nut iiii.-m-u nm. 110 lias uiuuhin ,1 ..... ... . m., i... ..... .u ,.... . .. . VXDKHHILL. ding trip. Mr. and Mis. Williams, pro- r.ussrll and Kate Tobey have gono to 'set stieot. lirletors ot the hotel. lurnlslii'.l refresh- Monttieller to .'vhrol and Mls Mamlo 11 ent. Itev. L. H. Tenm y leaves this Wrl-lit has ioiie to Burlington. Plenty I week fnr South Hero, wh.ro he has ben attended tho sociable at II. M. llu l's last 1 William Meterier silent Sunday at his W engag.d to preach tho coining year. A WedneMlay 1 venlug William Elliott has home In Wlnooskl. Itev. Mr. H. es of f reception was givfn him at the home of lented and moved on to the Tossy farm Canton, X. Y preached for the Congre- 3 Jlr. and Mis. C. E. Groin Monday even- now owned by P. Hafferty of Montreal. gationallsts last Sunday. Mrs. Lin y 2 lug Several useful aiticles worn pre-eut- The high school opined with -ill scholars. Prior came from Xorthlield last Satut- i-d him, and a .social timo was enjoyed. Mr. and Mi's. Jerome Coleman have ro- day for a few days' visit with friends. H.v A. li. Enright was suddenly called turned from a two weeks' visit in Mesl- W. Ii. Martin Is building an addition to to Kansas City, Kan., by the death of hii 11a. X. V. John Culllgan dehorned 71 hl.s store. Father Gelot Is to award iwlzis J sister, Mrs. Sarah Xash. He left on tho head of cattle In a little over three hours iu uio cauvasers wno sell tlio most night train Mond ly. Mrs. Xash was for- at Dr. Webb's Shelburno Farms iccently tickets during tho fair new biiog held. merly a teacher in the eity schools of Bur- The B. and 11. H. H. Co. have purchas- Sheriff Heeves of Burlington was in town lngti n when she was Miss Sarah Enright. e.l thlrt-en acres of lard of II. A. Post Monday on olllclal business. .Mary La.luu On Monday evening Dee. 11 thc-re was a for their railroad yard. It Is on the load of Jericho Is ciitlcally 111. pleasant gallic ring of friends and neigh- just west of the vlllaie. Tho choir of tlm Mr. and Mrs. Washburn returned on oors of the Hev. L. H. Tenney and wlte Congregational church Is rehearsing tho W.dnesday from a week's s-tay in Xew it the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. cintata of Shiloh fur Christmas under tho York and Washington. A call has been Creene. About fiO w.n-o present. During direction of E. O. Martin. ' ixlen.l.;d to Hev. Mr. P.ees as the pastor the cv.nlng they wen presented wlib invivvn 1 e tllu t-'ongregatlonal church for tho coming year. .Mrs. hadlo Buck has gnne In our department mentioned elsewhere is required to show the NEW GOODS coming by every freight. As usual the cut pile Car pets such as VELVETS, AXMINSTERS and SAVONNERIES have the first place. Wo Believe in Them, We .Recommend Them, We Warrant Them. The range of prices too fits them for all pocket books, 85c to $1.50 Per Yard and no charges for making, laying and lining. W. G. REYNOLDS. RICHARDSON CARPET DEPT. V , " . . ,, , , , UOCK IliLS II1UVUU 1IUIU IIM. Illtl IIIIU tilt MIIIU UI Ulf I" Ulflll. Jll'J tl 1 fa II III A 1 1- 4, agains .v. n. ureeno .or ueia,n..o.. u. M joh,lson.MI!, nptne,, in behalf of tho 1 oi- r Ls 1 j I inar.icxir. 1 Mvrlno How-ley is homo from Itlchfor.l W. Hulburd, who was follow II CM v. FRAXKLIX. hirrh selionl for .i three weeks' vacation. Powers for the annell.int Li- f -'! ' Harrison Gate a high. y respected resi- -1 ... " uu..".- .ui... ,....1.- .... .-. . . . dent of' this town, died at his home We.l- James McDonald created some excite- chnigo to the Jury by Cl-a' J s -c T iieMlav evrnlng the fith after a very long "lent ior .1 few monents Sunday morning, was concise and right to t. m t 1 ami nul dhu-ss oY cluonu- bronch.tU The .lie was extinguished and ; only , cae was ; MinlUed .0 ihe ,, r5 u. , , -t Mr, Oa.es had spent his entire life of a amount of ,b,n, The Dls- , tes Mi Ih - Ah -ut l , l .1 r fl. mueow, ej .-... .,,...,; .,.. ... .,, -,, , a, ,w ,,- ..... n , rhar .... ,, fnrrrr t A. u- . , 1 l.i fnflier live, ana il eil. Ills III- '.-'..i'. '. ....... ... .c a. Hlchford neral was held at his lato home Satur- Wednesday evening, uee. -'. a uer wmcn iiu-m.in ...... o . - .1-iy -.t lo o'clock Itev Ixivl Wild a-slsl- the Congregational intie- Aid sociriy tjauiru.iy nioriims i"....--ill hi- He 1- Prouty omc aU-'l w fe will hold a sale of useful and fancy ar- veidlct th.t tho Instn.m " ;wosons?C. 'w... ot hlf place! A ip'of tides -Miss Isabelle Haw-son is teaching was the last will and tt ,rnrt .....I . ,l-..ielitei. Mrs 1 V me llll'-r l.'l.ll ui s-enuiii .1. ii.viui.iin-. ine Stlnson Thcro being r. 41 Powell, survive hlm.-P. it. Downe of a.iu .., s. i.v... ..a.c 4 VT., o v ,' h Vinn.l .y i Xorth Hrooklield, Mass., C. S. dates of lives in town over Sunday .-1 ho ''bear ? ociock p h Mon lav Sw-ii ton Judge Temple Mr.s H. lasie which has been the car.se nf so The funeral of 1-red Cnmpb hwaiuon. jii. ru ""Ilr- ;,,J much talk of late, between P. H. Paxman year old sct of William r..m, '.. ! ni Mli iiis ivem In town to at- ''id Messrs. Arol, llemetrway and Gauvin, took place at Delos Peak, s in ( i 1- r- r .jv ,n 11 of Harrison (lates.- i Sidney Durkee, who has been working in,waH withdrawn l rre ri la and which was to bo decided Dec. 12th, Tuesday, the Hev. F. C Tail r a i rr ..... .nrmna, Tl.f, Kr' h .1 li TTI i I U r f GUAM ISLK riMTXTY. ALrurncni centhe. Wr'i'rrrfT Hoyalton. f Massachusetts the past seat-on, has re turned home. Joseph King has moved from St. Albans nod Is working for J. W. ' Austin. (!-orge Messier has gono to T Connectlc-ut to work. Tho High school1 William Young died Dee. fith. nt East J opened Monday morning with C. E. Alburgh, aged 72 years, after a short 1U- 4 Xoyes as principal. Mrs. .Mary L. Chand- n.ss. The funeral was held at the M E. 4; ler has gone to Hoston. Itev. Levi Wild church Friday at 1 o'clock, p. m. Hev. 4; and ,-ni returned Thursday from a threo j!n shepherd officiating. Melvlll Hom- 4- weeks' vacation spent with his father In momi 0f Edinburgh. X. Y.. spe!t Sunday at Mr. Peake's since lux nu and was attending school t .' He w-as playing a kind a foot ra o with the bov. using a tin . an aj. "r .i 1 and fell down, and in s. m.- w ly a r which was !n his vest ix eked ricr . 1 i.-t mifler his flesh, not eauM'ii- t t'rs m i h nnnarent injury. In a day r .-1. 1 w tho loy began to be wo--. .'1 ' s 't was found to be affeetid. pru.dt- v i-r , t- South Hero this P. .....l .. . ,, inir iiuiii ine ia.i. w in nis reins. .i is;. .....ill. iiu-i-.eu . . ..... ..-. ,..i, ia oA..hi..o s, ii,n,h., .. The Hot Tamaie ciur. me. a i-r. . .iiu.Miiu.r..u. """ "" ""'".' ' ,. , T. , 1 ' . Cheney's Monday eveiin g V ti-,n on a yacat rn.-. irs v.. a. r. u.o .,o nas -- - m.w memlj r(, lJde nern u u an crio is recovering siuwiy. - .... .... u ... V..7.V..." ,,;..'..... i,i n.. n.v, to the ciuu. Jt wn.s uie win j. JloknrVVi'n.:' ,;; Vadneylslu Ilurllngtc.-Mbs liuby Ful- ' ' ' '"" " " " Doicas Sawyer and Pa, Farunk. la whleh i.i.ilnTin n.-.f ler has returned ti.un un eMcnded l-lt , ,'. .;,,..'',,,', ,r, ai,J Th. furnish entertainment and tiu n -omi ' . ..... b ..... . m .... i...... n,v ij c,.i. - ..,.- ....... . .. .r.nM L-hli-h m...'- .1. in. funeral was h.-ld Monday - afternoon In tl.o ' ' Tllt. ,,, X! . . A IHlsn SCIlOO II. .use. an.. 111.' inn.im- ..- - . .... . ,-... ,h ,,P , n v h ll,- ue mm ...' Iomr ,Kt' m . ' nml ,c: .... ,o u h..r r,""" ' r ... TIL mther. II. J. Fuller, w.nt bought more real estate oilta.nln, ,a( Hev. Giorge Deuel Is holding meetings i;an. in wnien uiey weie neiu m-vh;ii ..ir, ...u.-... -e. .. ... r. .... . ... ,w .-...-..v. ......... n u i - - , - - . ... . , -. .... r ; . M.. ni,.i lHn.H 1'rralnn n line h...l..n.l I1. ..n.l l If c v.. In V.il.hfioil 1vneS(IlV night. M TS. Ft 111 r llOUght tWO VCai'S 1IL-.1 of P. It. t es nf Ut 'ui nit i -oai iiiiuiii'rs ii urn oiu oi lowuwero n-.u, ..... .....r-t. ..... ........ n , .,.i, - ,-, - ,,, , . . . . : t,r.m -ma .1,.-. i.i,-,... i -., Moiiti.oltnr. licit Crrilidall was in Pur- are away on a trln to Washlnirliai. They expects to go tills morning. niiusuuif;!! J lew ....... ... . ti ...... ...... . i.r -ri.r. . . .....i ,i... ,., , ! 'Pi,,. ...r T...,.r Pluhi- v Freil HI. in- In thn .Titn.iu. ...Ill irr.e or tno iniamency oi uie w, ..tlier "iw"1" -. ..i.ii-.mu.- . .-in- inn u .nun- . v. ..... . ' ,, ,,, ., , , , Mi.nluw.M-Mr lane OoiT Is serl mis -t strong eiidence of the hold Unit Hand Clrcl- met at iira-e i own h uisr. versary or tlie. Heath of W.ishin,ton.-L. elicit wnicli was io nave n m.-i jw mo ...... v, . ...a uus winier. - - - . hey have upon Uu- hearts t,r heir i,e,,. Tin l sday.-Tha young peoplo of .lonesvillo F. Terrill will m n lo lleyalton this win-1 ter.l iv before Attorneys AlUn -Martin and west nnirnv . ,5.,' . '. . , . 3l- and the b.M wishes of many will lol- had n box parly at U.e Pnion church par- ter on acroum of tin ill health of Mrs. Deavltt, w an settl- d VV 1 V'rri, iv l -1-Hi H i Vwn -Tho tjlkrn to s'- 'I''"- tr 1,11,1 ... ., ' i.... 1,, .nr.,!.,.. ..veiilii"- All ......ii-ie.! 're. . I ti p 'v . v.n- ia i.n.r. r,. .. Mm Juiiilo lV-rr.v of HuilliiL'ton s A. H. 1 1 uax is i-miih in i iwn. i no ,-,..,.. I... ...I... ,.,l,,.,,,l tr. her h ' , " ; v.r'good llmi-.-Mrs. l-'rank T..w n an-l th.eo weeks from'.M -ntp.lk S. Wnip- WILLLS.OX. ilt A. naU'.s.The Dime society meet D.e. H-hi.-ls (n town u,im.i'ra on Monday WlXOOSIvI. IrH j,,,,,, vlsll(.,, j,, Biton one .1 ly last pie is expecting to tal.e possession of tho Mis Ilattie Prowu ot Xorth Wllllston Mh. ut J. Hosford'.-.Mr. A. L. Ilai.lv '' '.'''IT,", 'i "V., . h:1U'', .? 'Pl,ft ,.H. r A...1 I.' 1! , .. . 1- M... l..hr. I1! .1,1 1 .1.- lll.M t.tliriiefl e.,nl..p linn... it, ,1,,. f. .,.. . TI.. . ...... ...... ... , ... !.. Was lllll OVCC .OSt ISllndllV eVCnlllir Of. lliS IllUU "-llltl.e. l-l.'l ... ,!..,.... Faturdiy aft.rnoon at his hon.o on East heme again ri.m visiuug ner i-on in Spring stnei. Ih wf,s born In this pl.i.-o u-n.-i'layton Fuller 1b sic);. Minnie H-pt. t. 1 ST.".. and has alwas lived he'.. Lit Is better. About three weeks ago he r.-c. ived i.n in- Mirv on tno Inai wli e uarMnu nt lie 11a iers lie III o n ,uou lay.- -.Airs. i:. i . Mann m. fiorge, and It Is thought lids may liavo Tho Infant son of Clarenco mil Hlsslo expects lo start for Fayettovillo, X. V, Mrs. il. C PI. rec's. Mrs. Sara Tarbox Arihur ai.-i man and wife ate Isltlug at SWAXTOX had i-ometh!ng to do with his death. About prush di d last Sunday aflernoon, The bu- on I' rlday of this week for a few weeks' tfn(u.tie has been called home lo iiosioi.it. a week aftor this Injury he was taken ill im wn.t at Hichraond on Wednesday. stay.- A son was born Dee. r. to Mr. and charlestown. S. P., by the illm-ss of h. r nnu tno doctors pronouncd it typhoid le- c, w. Itandall ol Watorluiry lias mm ed Alt' . i. v. iay ot .m w 1 orit; wei.snt nmo hu.-band. .'lar.i Hates and Charles La ver. Tho dei-e.ise.1 ieavis a father and j.ih machinery for uianufaetiu Ing pack ng Iiounds. pleio of Shelbtirne wire married on Men m aner ami tw o sim. rs, Mr. u. it. i nam- l,..f.s Into iili M.-nm mill at noiton mil r-i i ni atti- ,'lay of last week. J. D. isha ii has gono u.. .,,,..,.., vim USO III-' .-.lll- .-v,... .'urn ...,,... jl his loss. The funeral was held Monday at- Unrllngton Is teaching In district Xo. 3. time-on from tho house al 2 o'clo. k. Mrs. Marcla M. Sabins in Xo. T and MLs Tho two months old son of Fih La- Mamlo Loary in Xo. ,. IK lie died Siturday. Hie luneral was held .I-,..,.-... in ...... ...uu.-. ni ,.ui- fip.-m a ew . ays in iiiiriiniui. ..-..t.ii). - - ,, " - , . ., , ... -..el- Mrs Hoi- coin is to aw into ihe dwelling houso JTho elr. V of King'.s 1 laushters will hold way home lio.n .l,ur.-h He -Is conlln.-.l ' U 'Uie, 1 l a, ? '. - - , t r-- Vrl sIT-1 A."- (31- opi-oslto the Intel and conduct a livery.- .heir meeting with Mrs. A. L. Hilighain IO ll1" house -'I he i.ling Workers so- LiI Jar.es hous. . aiulit tiro on bu.idaj Ethel and Arthur Simon,!, w ho have. .. n Pi-iii-iv aft."noon' Ml. and Mis. S. Pas- ly mr c with Mrs. Itu.lock of Jericho I.tit ior llmely u . would l ay., veiling in town, rotiirm-l lo their home in v. .Uie In iliintinglo.. lust v.-.-lt to ,-eo "'- I1-1'" J""-" f""1 .ito I ,J'r""V1T1I,.u:i, ? Hakersflcld on Mf nday.--Mrs. E. II. Mann M,. Tatbox, who Is sick at her sister's spiudlng a lew weeks at I y.on Jones'. IUW.mil I Isiik. CALEDONIA ('OUNTY. SHEFFIELD, Mr-. Ge. r'ce' l.wi.-i i'etu'nie.1 to her homo ofrJ,n"Ufl.r5';. m.,vt- (h0l .,0 h mo .1 in wnnt.-n. W.dnesday. after siv-mling , -v- 1 bl2 .'. ,'1 . , " j several da5s w.M, her parents, Mr. ...id - S1 , , , roa r (1 Mrs. Jam..- O X.-ll m aR0 lif vo aI , hj i ,,v, , h ALuPHUII. these ycirs In this vic.r. ' 1 w is i David Marvin i at homo from Hurling- much respected cltlz.i. H. .c ts U i ton for a two weeks' a. ath.n before en- son.s and two daugaters to mo .rn i 3 ........ ..... m.ii. ... ,.nii.. ,oi,. i.ii. an ,i,.nih. Tho funeral will I.' 1 at i ll'lliln lliu ..ni.RUi vuit.p... . .... . . .. u. ...... Mott has gone to St. Albans to spend sev- o'clock Thursday nt the nous . ..,... ...i .i,, .i... v.rmnni ri,,!.,,,. trill' w celi.s with relatives there. Tho STOWE. Hon in ('digress have agroi.l upon Char.es eoiiKiogntior.nl society will ho d n Uczar Mrs c v Kln,.ry a, oniied ti e K. Hell tor pie next postmaster, and that at Alburgh N r igs in the evenings of the , Mr. Jbl'lic-ism uf will assume the duties of tin- offl.o 3 W and 21 lust., with a ful proKramme. din ". ...stwck-Th r wi I . While the frlei.ls f other ap- ul . , 1 1" '"" , "v ' ;. ' ' a school .-oclable at the lilffll nooi room from Si. Piaucis SIIELHUHXE. Mis. J. Ii. imbue, who has been serlous- md ly 111 with heart tiouble Is improving, Sunday aft. moon Xavlur church. The 13 months' old daughter of Mr. Mrs. Joseph St. Peter Sunday nt- L. F. Lyon is conlmed to tlio house by t rnoon at their home on Leclair str -t. Illness. The funeral was held Monday afttrnoon Mis. E. Manley Is seriously 111 having from. St. Fr-inciK Xnvler churcli. sult'cred two shocks one Saturday evening P.-If-l Vlnnt. on el.l ( elilen I ..1 thlq nlnpn i.ii .1 ihe ho -mil Moii.li.v rrirnlng. died Sunday at 12 o'clock at his homo Mr. and Mis. Peter Miller of Clarence-1 Charles Powell of Wat. rbury was In this froI'n . , , , ... 10 n.'ii.iws j- .1 1 . iu iii. ...f ......ji.ii. .. . i. w .., ,,,, ,., ,,. .... ii i ants tor me ouicc may nu nuuewiiat ' " ", ....... ... - on PrKlav evening oi uus . I Mr nml M.u V fr.il ), i ll lei s n re 11. o t i. ...... I I.- , ll,i.,,- i, I..,,, , 1 r. Jones 11 l.s 1,1 ell Oil tlio sick list. '.. .... , ., ,, . ,. mils i ill nnr of tile ftllr. alld tWO tlllO ...,. ,fi. 1,. 1, happy , ..cms1 o a nice ballMt.ElUa tow n , M r. a lid M s. WUMam im ! ,,,,vo y" v't S,., Mr I Inl made ft ive been procur., v: Miss , E Viu be" -U A IM, .Uarton of Enosbuigh Falls, i3 visiting re- buried their Infant chlld.-Hov. A. 1. ' "' Nwon of the Potsda m i N. V. SI us e- r0UlTncll mMch improved from lm I lathes In tewn.-.Mis. H. D. Alexander la Ilarber Is Improvlng.-Van H. Chase play- ,h' ,, ': 1 ' lr bzt o!tive tt.yeral v.-ars ago Institution, pianist and Mi.ss Lena . tnp.-o. V, G. rry Is moving from very ill with pneumonla.-Ell llessette has ,,1 at the entertainment of tho I. O. O. F. ls il 'ol 1 "" hU!?.. .' h ".. oK,1" , . Hylanee of Montreal, vocalist. Pever.-U of - out lr , , , k r rt, , i .i. .......ii.,.. .. i.ii, I........ , ,. ...... i... . a ilaster iia.1t. llary Phillips aid ds l-.AS T C.LOHOI A. i.Qi i,.,. m. is elans w ll contr bine to .' , ... ... ni". ... i. to UU.......B v.. ..u i..i ui...?.-.. in j ,ii-miiuiiii ....si ii.'-n. ...i.s. i nui .s -. .,,..,,, ,, ,-i ..nt, , . ------ .j i, tawiey nas nipvi-u ii. i '.- im-'iukk of George Jabbltt, ito Ills own land and ciuing for Sir. loot's Invalid sister during Kon i I sot uj Dr. I'll more Ihurs. K.iiry young and hl.s bride, formerly ibis feature. A v. ry enjoyaole lime is an- n( viiented by O. W P son will lit It up for a dwelling hou.se.-.Mr. the absence of Mrs. Loot In Mastfachu- ,1'.'5; T'-Vi1, , , ' , , ,.n1',,t iv?r Catherine Alexander of Wlnooskl. Hi Ipated.- William Hammond died at the ' j rjim. nrci0 0f Pnlty h.ir h wi I and Mrs. Jud Williams visited In town tetts. lit Island I on.l in a hotel, has llnlshcsl her nt . , t,.y mojn ut tjeorgla, as tho home of Ira Hammond, a brother, satur- , , M v Wilk.ns on Th ay last week. MiT-onv mn "h'"Zll A', I "7 Mu-sts ef .Mr. and Sirs. J. SI Young day the Stl, Inst Funeral set vices were XUm.Loa, H.vs give a P ry UXDEHIIILL CENTHE to work In a lwivuto tamlly, The Clulst- ..,.., ,,,,..,,,..,, ,i..a i-.. 1. 1 i.v eomlueled here the 11 Inst. HtV. X. SI. . . .,'.., U... ... . ,,w s-i,l ami the ehlel.en ,.l saiiinev hy '." "w V.'"." . , ... ....,...... ,1 frr Mn.,. 110r SCIlOOl ineillis las. r I lu.iy lilg.l' I), u. nean nnu .miss i.iiiuin are homo " . ,,, i;. ulm eiion loung oi niuaim- -' j '"" :,'." ';,', nle Davis from Duxbuiy is vi .tins r.'.i oin th'ir visit in Sllclilgan. Mr. and ; . . . , ' ton. Sir nml Sirs. Edward cuius i i-mimiii ...... i-,..... .......... u.w. . townjirs c Kohl is..n Iui i y-Ch eke pox s u to eva en wlth rhciimnu.ni 'or the pcust , ihii i. f 1 "ca L1 1 week.-WIU Hasklns ha- movsl mo J E. ...v s....... .... ir...D,nl... ,.r,aa ih. Iirnnl.- TMer .1IU..9.U.I 0 ,..'..1.- ..v. ... - CillAiMJ itil.li. .... ... .. vContlnucd on T'h page plum i. in oe jiem in uio l esi.ieuuu La.ld, Filday evctilng Dee. lath nu .Noriii sii 'tt.. ue was oorn in t. vine, r. i;., wuu iiavoiut u i-i.u.ii,..".i jmh. u.. iiurun omuhiu,-hu nunim Sirs. Berry returned name WedneMiiiy ' " " Slouklon and .Mls.s .Miuy youig ot iowe.i, i Maiy, Canada, and Is C9 years old and has In Hast Shelburne with Sirs. Sarah Wool- St, Georgo Is visiting relatives here. Mr. from iv y,-lt.k's visit In Hlchmond.-O A CL'SS 1,1 , vver' way Azro 11. lams of Jtsg w,r(. u.,-,. to attend Ihe wedding. Suud 1, , i.--.. . . n- ..... . ... . l .1.1- ...iiilnt. ,.r- l'.ll..n ....... . ... - . 1 lliii', r Is mill,... llll..ut fnr l,r,,.,l.'lii,' in.rt ' ... ... ..,,., iieu m-i.j aiuiu veins. in- nas ueen ner. riiuiuvu iu men uuiim .,.u......J( ,.v- ........... . .j.iu ...t... stun ev nnu who aiien.ieu inn iin.euii nr s,.... ... ... ....w i..s. a. .vi. iiiuiil' anu lwo liii.ii.i. uu. ....'..h Unite rouble since last Slay and has plow- eompanled !y Sirs. Woollier, who will work In tho boarding houso at the foot tllelr uncle, Norman .oil, at Georgia Andrew oleott s grist mill and taking a JIrs u n UM WP,. ln winoo.sk! last ly failed bIiuo that time. The deceased spend the winter In Canada. of tlio mountain. Thero will he a Chlrst- pian Tuesday. Ilo had been 111 fors.ivernl m"fe s,1 money recently. Itlloy Hall wet,k Tliurs.lay, as the guests of Sir. and leaves four sons, Pt-ter. Napaleon, Pel- A Christmas salo under the auspices of mas tree and exercises at tho Union yon-fl with dtopsy. A wife, two sons and 1111,1 ml'llllim to 1,ls '" "early com- Mrs iit,nr. Young. Sllss Slary Youig Is A recc- ward. Alfred and two dauglitei s. Mrs. lim. the Woman's Auxiliary of Trinity church church Slonday ovenlng-, Dec. 23. Stenhen plr led. Sirs. SlcClouil from G oyer Is vis- ,..,.i.i,- mm, n.r Mrs. P. 1). Tea.ll- in i Nantals of Slontieal and Slaud Vieni will bo held in tho parish house Thursday, Hansom of Jericho spent Saturday and uf this place. Sir. Vlent h is held many Dec. 21st, afternoon and evening, begin- Sunday In tills placo with his son, Earl town allies and had many filends heie. nlng at 3 o'clock. In tho evening a short ltniifom. The tunorai was hold Tuesday morning inimical and literary enteruiinmeni win, ESSEX JUNCTION, irom nt. eraneis -nvier enurcii, lie givci. All wno are imeii.mig iu tun The iri'iny friends ol 'liiunan formerly of this place, who loft n little over a year ago for Seattle, will bo pleised to know that villi his sister. Sirs. E. A. Jones, r.i....ui..., twinn .,.(i in vonrc at,, i friends mid relatives of deorgo flrvuut Whltcman, tributo art'elea for the Trinity cliurcn fair ",. .. .r.r" . ' . . ." im... neii ennls nnnnundnir hu Wlnooskl n.c requested to leave them at Sirs. F. ,J mirsuay . g m " c Vnv M. t Haverhill. iSiJ ' , Wash.. SI. Ha retow-'s on or before Tuesday after-' u Susie Atl erto n and Sir. Frank Hr,,lnm l,,. lo t.mu .,r,., iw, inih " in AVrmnn'H e lull of ivu ncm ui uu . .iu. ...w... - ..... , llu ... ...... s ..... ... ... ,.,.i. ... n.i.nn.n.. .-.. ... rt were mi rr en n .si v t-ii. t-.i 41 . .iiisk . r, nn ... XT re i... Tr..Lih ,nu In neil .he Vm-mitn 1II1T UI IU o t'lutil, IVfl, 1.. uwi.wa ....i - - , ... ..l11 J I 111.. V .(...n.. JW,,,S.. .,.s .S....W..VI three daughters survive. j" , ,"'" ''. . .... ',;" working- n Milton for sirs. r.. u. lea.u- " ,i, i.... ,.,,i it,. T n t,,,,,,. lling nt John Fhin.lcr's. Tho saw mill has nll, Irn m..,... ,,a ius i-na K Truax w-elcomo the Hev. and Sirs. L. H, lenny COLCHESTEH. bu n repuli ed.-Jonas Hruce Is laid up ,ariu,i iSov 'i"nt tho bride's home, of Essev. Mr. Tenny will preach In tho j v niv who has been In llnrr, rr ,v"11 rlH'Uiiwtlam.-Mrs. CI. K. honvott ot Vi i.-rciiFP ' Congregational chut ch for tho ensuing over a week returned home J , t Worcester, .Mass., has been visiting nt A1-, l'LLlCHLH. , y(,,n,Ut,v. Cl. stoty of Milton, ..tllclat- over a week itturnt.l iiome ftlcmdi -1 1,0 . oiflurs. Mrs. Provost Is convalescent. Mr. and ed Sunday In the absence of Hev. L. H. e Ael U caruran 10 A ST HARDWICK " ','11 P-''''f. " l ' lenny, and delivered n very Instructive io iwelNed cuius annnuiiuni, w m. r- i-ahi hahuii lioomhour havo been siibHienae.l to ,,,i intei-istlng dlscourse.-G. E. Deue.. Charles s. from Hutland Tuesday. The eelectmen onge nnu ,uiw imogeno ut-vniu ui una .''"."."'. '"" ':',""!',''. has had to leavo her school In Wolcott. Chin : sec- laid out an open road from I. S. Hunter's P'aee -rs. mioses iongo oi ifuior.i. ""'"" ""'',. Z,' rXs.ii- . Sir. Falrbrother was In Albany tho llrst of ter , J. W. house to the main roan Wednesday, .nr. o, owhvb nun. " ,' fa:. ,..eek. yisit . tlia wecK.-ur. neons, wne anu motner . i . ii,- i,.v,,o.. morn ncr. lieiiiL- rnllf.il Ihn.o liv the. ripnth. I town for a lew WCCKSMSll, ..i-iiin,, l ll,. r.lu-lnlr 'l'.ir,nln,. ll iv York clly. I federation ot Women's Clubs. Tho aiHiual meeting of the Hoyal Area- WESTFORD, ....... ,IJ ,.I,UUJ uiv-.i.tiia 1. l.L... ...u lollnwing olllcors were elected Georgo n. Little; vlco regent, Lord; past regent, Frank Eastwood letary, v. L. Llnsenmclr; rolleclor, l.'.l.vnrrls: Irei.H.lrer Oonrrrn n ihnnl.iln. 1. K. Xnsli? crulfle. O. AT. Kiilll. heretofore bv a nent road, but having of her uncle, Joel Howe, Min. wuideii. I-ouls Porlor; sentry, J. Hen- petitioned for an onen road It was Aa Hev, A. B, Enright, pastor of thn iv SlcC.reovy; trustcm, A. C. Slacflride, gnmted him, U A. Batea is 1n Bedford, I Slethodlat church, Is ln tha Weat to attend 'harles S. Ird, A, It. Hobprlson. Aft?r P. Q called thero by the serlouu Illness tho funeial ot his slstor. Sirs. Enright the business was over a banquet was of his grandfather. Tho Methodist. Bap- will havo charge of tho sorvlccs Sunday nerved to the members. (1st and Congregational church aro pre- The St Peter's band fair opened lust pailng for Christmas trees. Sir. and Mrs. rvenlim at Corporation hall with u fair SI, T Longe wero ln Essex Junction Sat Btli n.lancc. Slimy handsome and useful urday to attend tho funeral of Christopher ttrtlclet aio to bo rallied olt. The baud will jDclnuau, Airs. Loiiuu'h father. Tho lu- Hev. S. ij. Hates of Hurllngton nreaeh- II vile Park court as wltnes.ses on tho evangelist of Alburgh Is assisting Hev. C, .1 in tho Congregational church nirnln lust Greene and Warner, case. Sir. Johnson s w Hoss In holding a series of meetings tl.imh.v I. Plilre.lre In tenehlncr nl ll'nl. s, Ii-k of meetings at Hlllgliamvllle close thlu U'ei.lr The Lnrties Alii hel.l ..I si. S Co.iBrcBatlonal church officiating. The e " "',arsK p"""'1,,"'.' T,y, "''l1 den Helghts.-Choster Brown and wife this week F. L. Smith Is building an cirlswold's last Thur.s.luy was largely at burlal was In Westford, tho former Mot .In, .-M t, l. ,"'F" .Vr ,, 'rm".., t..i . H''e Just returned from a two weeks' vis- addition lo his creameryCharles liel.ows lcud(4 nna KOO(i wrk accomplUshed nomo or mo uoccaseu. nu u smvivci uy .-- -' i. in t ho south part of the S ate.- .To o and l imliv, L. J. cnuren anil uiiniiy a wife and threo daughters, Sirs. Dan ... ,no' " ;? .. .r; . Woodruff Is liom.i sick with the gi In and mont Siculay.it their fnther's.-N. W. ich, Ai'tini.' Hooper and ira uaipen- wcre lu Burlington Saturday. HICI1FORD. ST GEORGE .Swett Is leacJi ng III Noyesvilie, waidcn, " - hi. CLUKUj... r.V,,;o A,aa, fro,,, nnnvlllo has heen main line at the C. V. station lnt Sal- James Marvin of Eden. Bucks countv 1 .Vin-. few ,i,.vu uiti, h... mniiu urdny and when the passttiger train Pu,, Is expected to return to this place the jrs, Folsou. last oi mis ivi-i't. u.tu win .sjiuu.i me win ter with his niece, Sirs. Rolllu K. Forbes Tho Job of clearing tho snow from tho FlduwnlkH this winter has been leased to M. Ilressett and Peter Laboll, WlUard Fuller, who Is nttrndltiit tho UnlveiBUy at Nortlideld, Is very, ill with Sir. and Sliv. James Sllllluim were isill id to IlurllngtoM last Satuiday to attend tlm funeral of their cousin. Robert Ln. tUus. Arthur AV. Ialuuu hub recently Daniel 'Vyler Wells died ai tho iiome FltANKMN COUN'I Y. ST. ALBANS. came In that afternoon, It ran Into It. There was some excltenion't lor a few minuter and a serious wreck was lookul for b nil who saw 11 The lireniim Jump ed from the cab and ran and had It not been lor the courage of the engineer tlie'.o mlt'lU liuo been a berlous wreck, A it "Fitf"" RUDtUFB Cure Go. fll Verii, Some of the schools in town opened on . . ...i... . .. A.. liun.ll.y Ol ...r-l .lltl. .11.11 nil- lull.... I. lii t ff, , . fj teachers: Dlstj No. 2, Sllss Hermto Stay- i Mam OlflCC 4 Y.M.LA. tSUUdmp;, nurd; dlst. No, 3, Sllss Gertrude Don novniit dlst. Xo. fi, Sllss Grace Wilcox; dlsl No. 1. primary deiHirtnucU, Mls.s Lucy Reynoldis. H, C. Allen nnd S. P. Gordon are lu uttcmlnnct' at tho I tortious Jural meeting In Burlington. liAMOIM.i; COCNTY. HYDE PARK The village people were somewhat ex cited Weduo&duy oveulns ut thu auyuor. Burlington, Vt. No charge for examination or treatment unless a cure is effected. Write or call for circular-and testimonials.