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niH HUttLINGTON FREE PRESS: THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, iwui.
vERMONT LOCAL NEWS, (Continued from iM page.) ' I Mls Mabel H.illnrd of Fairfax Is Ufa; i-tiest of Mr mid -Mr". W. C Vim cut. c. niiiis ivi... - .. . a...- I,..,.,- ....... ., Iim Ml I Ml' t 111UII L'lltlolllll lull eh Inst SIIIUIII)'. Mev. lnu bedng call, d to Hhel.loii.-Kr.ieM Suyba. of Bnton In the gno-'t of hit molln r, .mis. it I. 4i.lrM.-Mrw tl. 1-5. Diixl'l"on of i . .i ..i f I.e.- ttirnttts icxvimir wiii uiv .-ov.-. ... ... over Siindnv Tlv fiineriil ol .mik. .Mtiruii Sherman was held Monday at Huntington North v il li:, lit v Mt W it: oinclntlng. v.'U,,.!,,1 h,.h in.niv xenr- 111 Hunt-1 ALL d llll'UIIUII " ' ' ,. I. ,.., M,. HI,, rinim lllld f.llll 1 IllOVeil to .lerltho Inst spilim on to .Inmts lluteh s farm, nnd she had been tdt'k sevn'iil weeks.-Mrs. Mm tin I'.nell Ami r, win t f the late Or. Ambl.r of Clei. lmid. Oh ", tl'ol the first of AiiU'ist She Have the f.itv .if t'lovilmid :ji .ici-pi. of land for a niHt 1)1- Alnbbr .Hid Wife Well- lllltlvi of lliintlncton. and ha e many unci rilatlves In this lelnllv. filind.t CHARLOTTE. Mnlor II. Kdwnrd U.ver, who hns been visiting his eoiisln, Mrs. Wilbur Kuld. a' their summer home on Cedar Mnnd han Iftnrned to his home In Itntlnnd. I.leiit. Woodbur.N was alo a Kinst at the Maud lodgo with Mnlor Uyer. WILLISTON. Charles Whitney Is at the I'nn-Amerlenn Imposition. C. U. Wood returned to H"" ton this week.-Clara Mllbi letuiind to h. r studies at Mount Molyolu;, Monthly li liht - Mis. r.ttuui .Mini .inn tiaiiBiuti itturnru to tntir nonn in liiuubu V Thur.Mlay -Miss Addle Murrnll will ImHi the primary depurtnienl of the vin,ie Khool In plner of Miss Mary Metenlf. who Is to tenth In Uurlltiaton. -Mr. 1'o-i.is JnuKhter, Mrs. John Tnrbox vMted him ast week.- liny uiul c.uy i ruwrorii reuu a-i .,i t .i,..ii- .in, 11. .s .it South Hero last' 1tek. Miss I'ersls t'l.iwtoiu p'i" week to the same pLiei. Mis. CI irk. u lister of Mi-l. Albert llllss visited her re "i ntly Mrs. Stella 'riiompson i- il llev. . 1), Hurber's. Miss M.nle Conner went lo New York elty last week, wleif she Is msr.iRfd to teatdi. Utile and Syhi.i War .'en have entered sehool In HurlltuUon. IMlllnm Whltnev mid S. N. TllieV intend VI the Fair at Ilutlnnd.- Tlras Ishmn has eturncd homo fiom Callfoinl.i. HUNTINGTON. Alfred Tintes ha.s moved Into the Crane ouse The Klnirs' l.iunh(ers met with Irs, Knrfio, Wfdm -.lay. S pt 11th ",, W. itvlfs was In HurlliiKton threi .- last oek Mrs. Helen Crane hat i,tuili"d om St n rkibom Sehool ooimra i e.sl In strlnt No. 3, Tuesday, Sept Hid. wlih Nt 1 e HIsonett as te.ieher. Misse i:ieaiiov , !(1 l.nurn Sw. it are attendliih: s hool at ohnson MI'S May Hnldwln ai d hlld n have ri t inml I." their horn- in l.eban 11 N II. -Miss Knthelfen SntL s Is 111 il Muton Rev. Mr.. Ilrown will speak in P. M. thodlst ehuieh Sunday. St pt Litli. hr funeral of Mrs. Martin Shermnn. was I.IJ fpim this ehureli Mrndav afternoon, ili - Sherman was a former resident of In- t.mn nnd has many friends here who Mnp.ithizr with the I'tlh.t.tl family. CALEDONIA COUNTY HARDWICK. Oeorpe Ttrnfi of W.iteuii'e Is nt work or F O. Curiu r In Hi. IImiv siabl. . C A Wheelrok of Kd. n hi.s been tl'lvlni,' he Kden lace In pl.ie- ol Mr. Westover or tlio p ist few days. Hyde I'.irk d-leutid M, rrlsvllle at base vill Monda by n scor. ol 1! lo S 11. Il W. imty. ..n old and re"ee,l t'tlrtn 'H'd nl 1 is hone MmuLiv moinim; tit liio'.loek. Mr. I)ot has in en 'Ick for ., !, -ic t .me no hN tl ath v " not lint 1 ie l II. w:..- C- yiars old end an old time lfsldnit. PRANKLIN COUNTY ST. ALBANS. The annual I'ri.nklin County 1 Th'ir-i1.i afternoon after p. I're ,las sue, , ssl'ullj . The fair elos- n lit .R tile foil.. A ,ih; rices took plnee Thur.'dav: , TIIOT AND l'A' I I'UIISH V. Will- . 1 lly Warner, f. m.. T ti, r. .Morrisville .... .. A'm.i.lt!, hr. K., H. A. Il.i liarton C'fpipion. .1r . b. ., J.-i i Ii 1 i dins, 1 I nop, i i Stm 'irfdne. ... Saver .jueen. eh 3 :! m I. II. 'i ml t. ..i Montreal J I n S.. b. k.. .1. I. Sh dd. fax T me 2 l'a4, 2::i L':H'',, :'1 3 4 1 I'air- I 3 dr 'UKlFOH-.l.!., l'l Willlnm 1 , fi Willlimi Htlon, Mor- n villp l'l, ink e'lay, hi. K. .1 1 1 J. M. Hill, Moi-e s I liu - - 1(. . Lfoni. S II. Sheltus, St. Alualis.a 3 'l ime 2 IP. 2:1S, :17. 2: CLASS, I'lMlSn 311".. 1 , .rl b. . C. W. Heap.in, St Al i lis 1 V T H., b k.. .lohn Mathey, filover, 2 re Idle Wo .tl, b. fr., Mitty Uibean, Sullen 1 !.. mle Hoy, b. k.. It. M. Cowles. 1 1 liarton .3 1 tut Time .'.2.',. 2-M 2:2s. 1 , . -7 ra.e 'vhlt h v.as beirnn Weilnp--im w s r.iiNhetl Thursday murnini; at 10 , , ii . mil tin seore was as lolliiws: ,ir . M. I.. Willi, omb, 1 i-t i:i).i-hiii'K lanly Wilkes, I,. I II. lioubt, I 4 Montr, .il 2 1 2 If Me Slmonds, T. W. I'tlon, MMriN,Ile 3 I 1 3 Ya ikee Ctrl, O. K Hounily. l..irton 12 3 1 i.'fili.ptrin, .lr, Joseph Uifui. StaioTidKe 7 0 7 4 Odl.il t.iii eltorK'e II. Frank ltlenar.ls lilt l.foi.l : 7 C, I, I ills Tl . Im.i. S II and II S. Sonic 1 i.lrfi II Time. Jti.VU. 2..'1'4, 2:2.".' ,. 2. The main iise eiif;ai;eiii. nt )f Miss Muliel I.. Hopkins .; r, r, dr -i',. 'j'l'i'',. Is annoiinceil iind ,1. lia lion Fnss, lioth of tills elty. Tin Itt. It. V J. S. Mleh iud of liurlliiK .on, ns in the elty Sunday and deliver. . I in .iddrr-n at the !aliur of th.. corner ttone of the new eoiivent. F. W. MctJet- r. U of this eltv, also dellwred an address, Frank Kelton. son or .indgt and Mia. X N Keltiui, left Friday night lor Arl.o- vi, where he will reside f.u thf picem. lit has been .1 student at the I'nh v rslty if Vtrmont for the past year. Tuesday night Col.CJeo. T.Chllds recidvetl l teb phone mcs-ngp frfim l.eslln Coot 1 fyliig thai his brollier, Shin. v. who has seel In poor he'ilth for s." 1 ral months, lied -it l..io 'I'uisduy uftenit.oii, at Ina loiiit' In Montreal. At the meeting or the elty 1 nunc II Mn,i III) night Altieiman lieeuiin I'lei-enled Hie 'oiliit'lng nsfilutlon, which vas adopie 1 ' y the 'ountll: "llesolvifl, That thu -"ranklln t'ounlv Tileplionc Ccmpany, sue-' :essots or iisslglie'fs lie giaidt-d a permit to r-rccl and maintain siillubli poles, wlr s mil able In nnd thronah Hie streets of Jlic 1 Ity ol St. Albans ns 111, i be necessary i Anna Hell of Castli.ton nrilvid In town for the transmission ot eb . trl. lty ror tho Fil.lny and Is bnaidliig al W. II. Vaw s distribution of flccirlc llglil-. heat mid H.r mother Is wllli hr for 11 few days. liuW' r throughout said illy. II being 1111-j A. H. Croft won the llrst prize ut the rt ilcrftood and agried that sail Teb phonn 1 c. ul county fair 111 dairy butter, lit: dues Compaiiv Is to use for thi- purpose th" not use a separator, but pr.ietlcis "up. poles 01 tlie company now 1 reeled and use for their telephone exehunge so far at Is praftltnhlp, nnd Hint all Iixtuies con slnii led Is to bo under the direction nnd control ot the board of ubb impii of this illy." Three carloads of piople went to High pato Springs yestprday on the picnic glv tn under tho auspices of the Sunday Isrhool of fit. Luke's church, Frenl H. Heach has relumed from Puul Fmlth's In the Aillrondat ks, w In r In In. -jieen during the summtr Miss Urtha CI. Slifyld Is lsltlng her si -ter, Mrs. W. 0. Martin In Harnslon no Mrs. O. N. Kelton, Miss Hnlle Ki Hon nnd Miss I.oulte KcItou went lo Hiirllni; itui ytiste-rday. .Mrs. .Tames Stafford, who wii iiilhtl to Hoston yesterday morning. Miss (bin Pnrkir bus returned from a xbll In Worcester, Muss. Miss Al. H. Mciilnii of Pittsburg, 1'a., who Iiiih been visiting I"'"- cousin, Mnry Mcllliin. for u work, returned homo lust lllgllt. The high school titul the sixth, seventh mid lulu grudps of the city schools will I II III Illl'IIt'f IfrllllllW nt' itr iiuvi i") ---- . , . , ., i u ... .....I ..... imvcr Kniurn m'Kiii .iMiuiia), .-..i... Dr. A. A. Skcels visited his father In .Montreal yesterday, (lenovu A., Infant daughter of Mr. nnd mill Mrs. 11. .1. Chnilxvlfk. (llttl Tuesday - ... , : , ...,i....,i,,o xxus uikou to neinei uir on..... ."- morning, A party of gentlemen hae chartered tho stentntr I.ihctty to-ilay to no to lMults- ... ... - .... till...,.., , ,.tttt V fit 11 I Lf IM II U' UllCIKl llir llllliMi ltiniii,' .MIms Mnry IMrkor will p' I" (iruml lslel tn-dny to visit lirr pnrnitH. Mr. niiil Mrs. I.'. I t:irllnr. Mrs. .1. II. Austin, who has hern vIslthiR hir dailKhter, Mrs. A. A. Hull, returned to K-t Moil's lilver y.sti'iday. She was .if t i.mp.inied by Mrs. Hall, who wmt with her lor a few days. Mr. and Mrs. John V. llanley and Miss Krnnecs 15. Manllf have n turned Horn n visit to the I'nii-Amt rleaii. Uiirfnlo. N. Y. Mrs. IlnwklUH (ind Miss Kate Hawkins of Mliiiu apolls, Minn., lire Rtiesls ot Mis. W.nreii Clark. Mrs. Itawson ninlnerd hns Rone to llut hied to visit her ihiunhtir. Mis. M. H. Ch nibnrlln. Mr. and Mrs Charles Moore or Mlddle l.iir lire vMtltiR Mrs. .Monie s sister. Mis. Arthur l'"lslier. Mrs. .Mary 1 1. iheenc retninul last nmht l nun a visit In Itutland. T. M. Heal w.nt to Cnmp M.idawnsk', Vietorla Lake, tel da. , to be the HUesl ol i x-flov. nnd Mrs. Hdwnrd Curtis Sinl h. Mr. and Mrs. iliorue V. Seiilh iiliiriinl List iiIrIiI from their wetlilliiB uir' nui- f. , j, j)ss flarn llnmork retiiruetl last nluht ,nili n Nlsll iM ..nsi-s 1'olnt. SVANTON. Saturday was a nala tlay for Swanlon, and Ibfif was nlfiitv of ain,isein.int, all Hie pioKiamme beiiu,- eai neil .ail to its fullest .htall. it lleetlnt,' mm li nedlt on the Swuntnii Atbletlf Association an i paitleu larl on John MimiilN, Its init'ii.-er A line font fi I was nlwn by the baiitl. then .nine the bhyile ra.-e, the eoui-.' I emu llftmi tunes around the park for the ii e inlles. The raeer.- wt-re all the linn 'u lull vi w of the spe.tutnrt. James 'ietts ol Cliaie plaln, N. Y, won llrsl monev. Karl I'routy S'fonil, and For, utt thlld The thll.l plato was In M h l.eo Hinyea of this vll laue until thf la-t lap. when his whf 1 Kiive out and 11. was ohliued to wllhd aw fiom the rate. The time of the tlv -ale rate wns 1J mini.!, - and a half. The sbo t turns at e a. h .ml of the park mad" the time slower than It otherwi-e would have tit en. The one mil' hleyelc rate was Won In the same oriel b the same men; lino 2:Sn. Durliui all Hie afternoon and wirnir; the W. C. T. F. s 'Id ! ream and lemo.i nde on the park. Alter ihe raees tho hand led the crowd up to the ba". bull Kiotmds while the best c mie over play, d in thi" town was won by tin M.mtKoinerys ol ltoiisps I'olnt uraiii"! the Sw. miens by a seore of 2 to 1 at He en I of niii- InnliiK . Sweenev of St. Albans oinplr. ! the Kimio and everything pa-e.l off plfasantly. Fol lowlni; is tic seoi. by Innings: Eeure b lnnln(;s I 2 S 4 5 7 S 9 MontK.imerys 0 1 a ft 0 0 a 0 1 2 K'.vantou " 0 n 0 fi 1 0 o t 1 For tlie Swanloiis Fb ury made two Rood catches In the Held, whll tin ir bntu ry, Modi lie, pitcher, and Sehool. raft. eat. h-r, did most perfect work. For the MoHti'otn erys I.e lotirneau eniiKht a hnrd fly from Thomas In the tlfih Innlnn. Their buttery nlso did e. client work lhio'ii;hout th Kiune. In th" evenlmr Ihe illum'nnted en. line pro. etslnii on the rlvef was witnessed by u large .low. I from Ihe bridRe It ex- . . . del the moM anirulne ppcetatlons, and wis Ihe pn li"St affnir S'en here for a Ioiik time. After the einoe proc -sion iiiiiuy attendeti the San Frni.etseo Min tti els. tr. nnd Mrs. Iteynolds of Ilarro ar Hi ct. of W. 15. Tol hi end wife. Winlt'i'i'd Ouiin. Ite. Ihe lit lit- dnuhter of Mr. and Mrs. Allied Pniinc'.tc. wa-. biiii.d Friday. The funeral was held .:t the liom.iu Catholle eliunli. Ti e K'lni.'.s' IVnmhu rs unv their nnniial re.iptlon at the S'vimlon l"r. Ubrary. Friday a ftenioiui. It was n pleasant nnd w, 11 nn u.lt .! nllair (.oiile a sum was add . d t" tin fr llbiarv fni'tl. .' ' - ph l..sh',.i was anestril Saturda" i.p.'l ioullii''l in the police station ov r j pii'i.l 'V Mon. lay he wns brought betorel .hell-, c II. lii.nol.ls nt tl,f otli.e of It. ill. S'nil' mt ehnie.l Willi Intoxicntlmi I mid til 'ft. It s-r.ms that for some Mitld linn V lonln his misi-e.l money fnun the nioiiej dinwer In bis st re, nnd It nl-way- di.'api'oi.r. d durinf, rlif noon Hour, while h's little dane,htei was left alone in the sif re. She b. liu; onni;, would run out to pi, iv I. living the store open .thus itlvtri; a i;. oil oi pnrtnult for a rneak tliief t., tret nt tbedruwrr Mr. Cron'n lelt m.ukel money in ihe drawer nut alth..U'h It w.n ti,l;in, lie could never iret any trace of II. except a live e enl pli.e wns found it 'ho lUliioi npfiiey. Sntur.lny a detcttive was left In tie ft ore who was hld.n whll' Mr.j Cionin went lo dinner. I.nshway, it Isi M. Id, w. nt to Pt put v Sheriff William M" dor's sliop ti be sure ho was not luoklnif after I Im. mil then went lmiKht to Cn nli.'.s store. Tpc detective snw mm . nl.r Hie store, i?n belilnd the count, r nn 1 up. n the money .1 rawer, taklnt; out .m' tbliKi. lie Immediately Kivt the word to D.puty Pl.erift IJeebe, who nncste.l l..nh viij i ml took him to the station. He w.wl Sean 1.. d ai.d cn his person was found the! nr il:. d ipinrtei Mr Cronln bad lelt in Lit drawer a low minutes before. Monday in C. II. lb Holds' police c.uii't, l.a.iiw.y w as sentenced to Jail for 20 days for Intoxl. cniim. and r "brfaklrir and ciilcilnt?," he was bound up to County Court. I.'oy Thoi i is has finished his work as cbik at Hot. I Cliamp'iiln, nnd will outer si hool nimln. The graded s dionls open Thursday with the same ten. hers ns Ian yenr. I'rlnelpil Tpomns has returned from his vacation much Improved In henlth. and Is rvaimly welNitn".! by his many tilfiios. Mrs. I'Torente ?trom; retunii'd to New ! Yol k city esterdiu . Miss Amy M Hurt has returned from Hon I on. The household goods ot Mr, Melville were sold ul anetlon on the park Tu"s,lny morning F. II. nrebe was the auction, er end soli1, them all In a lump to II0111, r Ciinmui for ENOSBURGH FALLS. The annual meeting of the Ladles' VII. . big, Improvement socb ty was held ut tbn home ol tlio pieslilent, Mis J M. Jef. lords Monday evening. Olllccrs or Hie 1 osulrie venr wen- elected. A eotuinitl'p nt Ulr,.0 composed of Mrs. Olln Morrdl, ,m,h. h. h. unit. Mrs. F,. T. Pratt was 1 appoini. d to make ai'r.timem. iits for thu 1 p., lur(, course the coming winter. The Indies voted to cure lor both purks nnd furnish m.igu.lnes lor the library. It was nlso voted to celebrate tho lifth nnlvi r saiv of the 01 unitization of the society with impropriate nxurcises. Sept In. at Furfur's Hull. .ludd Iilsh wi ut In Mont peller Tuesday to resume ids studies nt the Seminary. Mrs. Hairht Noblo has re turned from North Troy, white slut Iiiih In en for si vend weeks John Meals has r. turn. .1 I10111 Sldnuy, N. V., aft. r nn lib H'liee ol sovtral weeks. Mrs. H. F. Jeff, r son's parents, Mr, and Mrs. C. II. Willis of Piillshvlllo. N. V.. are visiting her The new islhlnnt In the high school, Miss limn selling." The second prl.e was won bv W. CI. Fnssett of this lown and tho third by J. C. Sowlo a patron of this post 11 II lee. Master Dana Weems has return d fiom Pnrlshvlllo, N. V.', where lift has spent the summer with his Hrundptirents. Jiunes and Allen Lavery of Manchester, N. II., .Miss Llbble Shannon of Worcester, Mnss., and Thomas mid 1 .1 tit Trainer of Maiden, Mass, are guests of .1. A. Ilfan I.11 this week (lonloii Abell rt'turned I "libit from Ihe Calsklll IIoiisp, Lako 1 rg win re hi has had pinplnvinent ilurl H1 the slimmer Mr- SV 11 Parker Is 1 Itlni; ft I iidt in Johnson Ami Ari.i sliont' has movi I Into p, Hall's liou'o on i'lensant stieit Mrs, Ira Knulall nnd daughter of Fid. , y y, n,-,, V III 1 r Mrs Kendalls j ruts Mr 1 I Mrs J New York stale on n business trip. Unwin d Wilder of Hurlliigton Is nl Ills itn cIp'h, H. J. Wltder's. Miss Lena Miitnll I tin bus gone to HI. Albnns, win re she lum ii position iih proof rendu- In the lt.".i li ner Ottico. Mrs. IMwiird DcFntcll xvoiit to tin- Mnry Fletcher hospital, nurllngton, AVidiicsiluy, where u successful operation for tlio removal of n enncer won per formed. At lust m counts she wns doing well. Mrs. Citrlotlu Colton Iiiih gone to State Fiirm. Mass., where idle will reside with her ulster. Mrs. C. II. Scnrlcs. K. U. (lootlsell has gone to Morrlsvlllo, where h" hns rmiilox incut a.s cook In u hot.l- . ,, ,, , ., , ... nun moo i.nnej nns nun ...v ........... nt St. CcsnlrcP. IJ.-Mrs. A. J. 1'iiriah, .Mis. It. II. Dickinson. Mrs. I. S. Hutch- In-on and Mrs. J. I). Kimball intended tho .,.. I. 1 1 I 1 I, . t-1 I , .11 i ji'iri i,u I ill fill III imii iiiifei."" m FRANKLINi deputy eollretor A. II. flntes of Ulch fonl I" spi n. lint; his vaeallon at his ol I home.- C. W (lutes attelidiil Hie I'lsh and (lame l.ianiie nietlnu at Isle I. a Molte th. last wtek. II. S Wehsti r ol Newpoll .Niws, Va., Is spending Ids vaeiillun with his pal enls, Mr. and Mrs. .lohn Webster. (It tn ire otitl if ll.irre h is btt li spendliur a few days with fi lends In town. The IIIkIi sehool oprnid Mond i.v with the fol lowlliK t.n.-h-rw: I'rlnelpal, Miss M. A. r.uneiov; assistant, Mls Clara lloble; inlerinedlate. Miss Annl llolae; pi lmnry, Ml-s I tin I (irant.-Mr. and Mrs. M. 1.. Chandler of St. Albans were KUests lit Mit Matlle Hubbnrd s Sunday. lit V. C. K. Ilulbtrt Is IiiIiik the I'an-Ani. rlcnn I .position.- Tullli Id Ulalr and wife of llrooklleld hav. b. en spendlliil t few tlays with her narents. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. I, - bonln. Don H. dates refill graduate of I'.rKh.im At.itlt my visited friends li.ie l-'rl lay and Saturday. Mr. dates Is to elder I.'artinouth College. MONTGOMERY. Mr. and Mrs. (bniKc Kimball visited In town ic.eiith. .losiph l.onney has inoMtl back So his farm in Hill West. Mrs. Frank Trail Is NbltliiK In llardwl k. 11. .1 Kiibb e and M. I' Miiurlt e attended the 1'itli mid (laiiii l.auuo liaiupiet nt Isle I .ii Molte on riitlny. Osfur Smith Is losistliitf in c. 1,. Parker's store 11. C. ''.rtin has r. tut if .1 to Host. n. -Mr. and Mrs. Willlnm Hiirlbuit are rc.'olelnK ner tie I'll lb of II son. Sept. !l.-A SI I'll . ol !' - I ..1 i tlni!s -in to Ii. held al ihe M. 15. ihureh btiiliiuliu; W. diu silay. Sept. It. FAIRFAX. Comfort Chaff.-, of Troy and .1. II. Chnf fee of Fast nnosburuh wire vIMtlng- at Curtis Wlnebr's Inst wick Mr. and Mrs. F.. T. Hums and tlaiiFthtrr. Hlla Southard, vlslti il In ntuliu.it. i.ist wet It. 1 r. 15. K. McC.ovcin nnd Hr. II. Drew of bVlrfnx huv. bouuhl cut 11 K. Dnles. No. HI Clint, h sir. ct, IliiriliiKton. win re they will do dentist woik. Mr. Drew will mum It, I'.ilrt'nx four duy e.i. h month - Mi s. li. M. Hull, nil spi nt September :,th nt his broth, r's, C. N. Witters', 111 St. Albans. Chailes liuitu ol Fall-fax N vislilnt; h,s Mlh.r. (libs ItiiKK. Henry Lock Is un fertile with blood pulton. Some il., t.f the friends and neiKhbors of II. I.. 1". use snthcre.l at his home Tues da cvrnliiK. Itev. Mr. Darker ill b. half of Mr. I'ea -e's choi'is of bl members, prt suited him with a Morris chair. Demon I low an I and wife of N br.iska aif vIsilliiK Ids sister. Jlrs. I'nliner Faruswoilh. Mrs. Fatten nt Johns. ,n Is wsitlim Mrs. A. A Walki r. Orris Hallanl of tboisia has ht en 111 town and sold the real and person al cstati; ol I'urmont T.ibor at auction. RICHFORD. Mr. nnd Mrs. Freel .1. nne end Fred II. Kelley go to Hllffalo liet Week to vi It the r'an-Anieilcan. 'I In tr,udm n's sir k on the C. 1'. 11., lias en.'el and til n en mo ut work again. Itev. I". A. Smith is tailing a few weeks' vue iilon at lb. k and, .lf-ile I". l-urnhy l.en.h of Sliddin has been usslgned lo tie . li.-.rge ,n" St. Ann's Kpls.opul church here nnd will preach nt'M Sunday, the if.tli Inst. Miss Louise Cusawmt and young ulsters, Kva and Hon, have gone to Montreal, to lake a '., r.-e' ol study In tin Villi Marie m.' l sehool. It. W. Adams took llrst pr mlum mi bis driving horse nt the fount) fa r last week. Moy l.oy uf lt .Mt'ii fame lat v.e.'k and moved his fan, lly to H si i Mi and Mrs. A. II. Head of Huston have been visiting Dr. nnd Mrs. c s Sco'ie 1. Fuller Carpenter, a former st uion agent of the C. V. It.. is visltnm lri"inls In tow . Tlie dally Frei I 'reus is on sale eviry day at the Co-opt relive (liocery store. FAIRFIELD. fporge li. Ftb-v of liiirtford, Conn., nnd Miss Lon M. lillbert, the ynuim. st laughter of Cnpt. llamiltoii S. Uilliert of Fnlrlli'lil, were unitid In ninrrluue nt the home of the brides piU'enls. last Wiilins- luy, Sept. 1th. at ' ii'ilmk li. in. The ring servite was umiI '11111 liev. Iianlel Mclnlyre, pastor of the Congi'pgutlon;il chuicb. otllclattd. finl) the immeillale lelnilve.s wituessiil Hi,, leremom. Aftr October 1st. Mr. nnd Mrs Filey will reside ut 1 1 S Madison ae., lialtlinoie, Mary land. SHELDON. Itev. W. J. Walt of Itlchniond ofllclniul at tin- CongrcgatiniuU church Siindav, P. pt. Mh. Mr. Walt was pastor of ibis ehnreh for three y. nis The Slu lilnn Fair had the lnr-test attendau e known since Horace Unci.)' ib II v. rid his address. Mrs. C. K. Hush wt nt to Lincoln Si.t..r day, Sept. "th, to lciuain a few iluys with friends. BAKERSFIELD. Mrs. Edward Martin nnd son, William, returned to their home In Lowell. Mass., In-t Thursday, alttr .spending the sum mer hi re. Mrs. Clara Hoswoith left on Saturday for her home in Salem. Mass. Miss Cassic Hlnghnm returned to Sab m, Mass., on Sntutday after spending hi r va cation at James Hingham's. Amos Kalnn is ill with typhoid fever. -Mr. and Mis. FrrMnn have a room at Miss Susan Lamb's. Miss Jessie Parker is hoarding at II. II. Whllcoiiib's. Li ! C. Ile.m and Mrs. Louise Woodw'orth were married re cently. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Shep.ird ne t-lck with fever -Mr. and Mrs. Fremuu have mini d to Hie house recently vacated bv Albert Merrill. Mrs. Adeline Iluriiftt and II. K. Hlirnetl of Hethel were licent guests at Dr. Hnrnett's. Mrs. Foster and daughter have takiu rooms In Samuel Slack's house. U . II. Miutln and Miss Isabelle are In Viidcrhlll this week. Miss, Mnbelle Hlake, who passed the summer 1 here has gone to (iii.'mtauiimo, Cuba, wlurn she is to leach a kindergarten Mhool the coming y.ar, Mr, John Seiir.ott has gone to Ituffalo.-. Mis. S. S. Wllley his returned to her home In llrstcn, Mass. Itev. F, Paiiti't, pnslor of St. Gt-trpe's Catholic church, was unable to hold the usual service Sun (lay cn account ot being seriously ill with toiullitls. Mrs. Km 111 11 Hrown. for 11 long time a surfeitr from rinnr, dhil at her home Saturday, p. plember 7. at 12 ualo, it, She was heloxd by all who knew her for her bind, sunny disposition mid leave-t a. husband, two ehlldien, a step-son and a itiy large circle of friends to mourn her loi-s. Tint funirul vas lu-ld Monday .it U p. m. at tho Consreg'itlonnl church. - Thnie was 11 cry pretty home w-eddlng In tut low. u ell( inner 1. when Miss A. .. Ovltt find Qordnn Hales, two vouiu pie of this town and graduites of Ililgham academy were united In marriage. WEST BERKSHIRE. The cnmpmeetlng conducted bv Itev. and Mrs. Fltklii of Iliooklyii, N v., closed Sunday night with a good attendance and Milrltunl interest -C harles II mid Caroline V. Austin nrc tho parents of a daughter. -Carlton C. Austin has gone with his wife to her home In Haverhill, Mass., wheio ho expects to find employment. In I1I.1 iibsene'c Charles II. has taken his place on F. A. Austin nnd Son's delivery wngon, Mrs. A. II. King's mother, Mm. Ladd, hns returned lo Springfield, Mass,, after visiting hero for a few days?-Mrs. Devon will remnln for a few ilfiys lons r. Louis Oeraw was assessed $lif,(i for cru elty lo unlinals. Custom olflcers, A. II. Ivlnc, nnd Sheriff Weld, hnd a llvoly ex- prrlpiife with "Jem" Hums of Cnmhilde, who came across tho linn with some lluld, which he said wns Intended for medical purposes. Htiriis hnd In his possession ono horse, wngon, harness, lantern, whip, urn lirilhi, lap robe, 15 linlf pint hollies of whiskey, ono gallon Jug of high .wlnnt, nnd run beltle of iherry rum Th" M. F 1 him h haw 11 new istor I 1 fin per 1 i of Thursday, Friday, Sahird&y, September 1 2th, 13th, and 14th. k Our Fall Opening Display. in these departments SILKS, DRESS FABRICS. SUITINGS, SKIRTINGS, WOOLENS, LACES, TRIMMINGS, HOSIERY, GLOVES, LINENS, HOUSEKEEPING GOODS, ETC. During the Oponinj; DoyR toa will be served in the Oriental room from three to six. While the Cloak and Suit stock is not complete by any means, we are showing here choice advance styles specially in Waists and Separate Skirts made from Silks, Velvets, and Cloths. Ii. W. ALLEN & CO. DO YOU Do you realize that here is a floor covering that is practical in destructible ? Do you know that the colors are made right into the fabric and never fade or w.ir ott ? Von must think we are stating the cae ;is strong as it will bear, but, in truth, we can say much more and still be within bounds. As a floor covering for kitchens, it is without a competitor. We handle the imported grade exclusively. $1.35 and $1.50 per square yard on tho floor, W. G. REYNOLDS. wlth whom the people of this charge are . file well .ifiiuiilnt.fi, he hiving us.-i-i. 1 Hie llev. W. I'. Stanley In revival me i- . nt.- live vcni'S ago. School cotnint need I ilestiny hept in with the Misses Kecnan ol St. Albans as liuih .rs. -Mrs. A. L.uld and Miss Marion i iiruiim who have b. en visiting at tue home of A. 11. King for two Wfe s have retiirnid to their home in pprliigiield, Mass. Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles II. Atlst'n were made happy Wcdpcsibiy, Sept. I bv the bit Hi of u daughter.- Mrs. William Ithndle of Milwaukee. Wis., was In town Montlnv. Miss Lisle l'ense ot Fairfax v us the guest of Miss Sndie M. Wrick over Sunday. Oenrgp W. I'.owcn r. turned I nun Huflnlo Mondny, where 11c has been vl-.t-ing the I'lin-Aniericin exposition. Miss Adtlif Leave'iis ol Nienali. Wis., Is visiting Miss Anna F. Lathi.- T. (i. I'.asliaw "f ltlilifoiil wns In town Monday. Mr 1111 1 Mrs. Curl c. Austin went 10 llu'eihili. .Mass., Satiirdiij. Deputy Colli dor A. II. King w.uit to Hurlington Tucsdn). -Kc. A W. Fold, win, takes Ihe pl.le, nl the Itev. Dr. I). L. Hvans. pr-ue'bi.l le re Su 1 flny. C. 1". Weld went to St. Albans M 11 ilny to ml ns grand Juror. -Miss lie-sle Kelly of Hui lb'filon is visillng ut H. Jolly's. 1 FLETCHER Filling silrs Is order of the dnv In town. Within a distance of three miles of the tinier of Hie town mv sixteen sllo-i nn 1 nci'' to follow. A ilnuphter was born lei Mr i'litl Mrs. Frank Fiilllngton Sept. "'th -F A. K 'zer has n turnctl riom his Minn esota trip and thinks Veimont Is a g",i I ino.igli pin 'o lo live In. tieoi'ge Chaf f bad a nice from F.hnorc visit dm a few tinys hist week Mrs.Fln-ct Ci osier is si"k Mts. Luna Pioutv ot Swnnion. Ilobtiisiti nnd Mrs Fcgpiie Shiiman of Huilingtnn were lulling 011 old friends last week. Tin vtstlbub' el the I "nlon epureh Is fin ished Willi einetnlaic ceiling. T. Joins is fiting tho work. MONTGOMERY CENTER, Mts. 12. T Hi own returned from Hurling ton Monday. Mrs. Arthur Fall hanks and Mrs. Lucv Tlllotson of Waterviilc visited here this week. Miss Miriam Nilson spent n few davs recently with Iior father, Col. C. K. Nelson, at this nine. Miss Cli.ir- lotto Hopkins returnetl to Sheldon, ri. pt.ig'Uie to Mimsn husctts to nil n position Tib Messrs C. F. Nelson, C. T. Hull and f teacher In one if the graded schools. r.. 1. l.iowil ailentiei nn I ISI1 ,11111 11,111 I' League baiifiupt nt Isle li Motte. - Th school dlreftors hnve punT.n.'i'd a n't'.ur.il tablnut containing more than a hundred S eclm ns for use In the schools. Ab nr six hundred people visited the pectin of lb' lire at Nelson, Hall & Co's mill on Sun day. On Thursday. Sept fth St. Isidore's t hurch held lis aimuiil fenst of first coin. munlon at which time a el is ol twciuv Iwo reeclvd their llrst communion. Prav 'r was off err tl by I'ntliei Le Chance of Ibis palish and m iss was said hv Father Dor ion of Illchford. Atter nr.ss Fat.her La Chance preached a sermon suitable for the occasion. Thanks are extended to rather Ii c)inm.e end Mrs. Li Dou for their work In prcpaiing the children lor thin feast. GRAND ISLE COUNTY GRAND ISLE. Constable Hiirlburt of rirauil Isle stnichfil the Italian shanty ut I 'In 1 1 . h Point, South lltro, Sept li and sieiirul two kegs of beer, the owner was Iliad, the tine and costs amounting to $23.M). NORTH HERO. Tho lnlest sensation Is the sudden tie- pun are from town about tlie middle or ihe week. 01 oawson .iiceiiegor, ine norsema .. ' Muuil a car ago .Ml. Mi l Ircaor pure hnsed "t James i'aiinaiigli of Plattsburgh whui is Ki'owil i.s tue i.eoige iiiunopo place', For the past two seasons Mi(lroKor and II. J. Feefe have kept things "hot" on this course ami the bursts ol speed which mmu of their steeds hav.' shown would put to sbanie anything ever done On Howard j.,,,,,;,,. . h,VPn' fol. M .lrlrp. Hever.,1 imrses ,, park, Hiirllngtoii. Domestic and tin. m lal ' " s I,.. f',W stnllloii which he purchased of Hdi'1 Collins or Alburg lust spiing, have left town with one or two nice carriages. Will- lam McHiegor of Allairg, father of Daw- sun, has taken possession ot tho plac.i, nnd Joseph Hruley moved Into Hip limis I'riday Inst, Mrs, Kva Hobb and Miss H. J, nievensnil ill Oil Jtltlge. ', tj, ,iro KUPsts of Judge CTnrk for a few days. SOUTH HERO. Mnplt! I.awn Academy opened Sept S. Tint enrollment of students up to the pr.s- cni imiii iiuiniiers inirr 1 hih neiulenu nlthoiigh not centrally kpiatfi IV evl le .1 ly tilling 11 long-leu wartllis .1 1 iunt in stltutltm, nnd tho peotjjn vSroughoiit tho counly are loyally rnllyinff K Us supioit This Is shown 1 the fnrt Ib it ne nrlv o t h llf of llll Rtlllllllt III Mill f sha n t , ly limn Uttnt Ijtuu much liiinroi ALLEN & CO. KNOW pantrys, halls and bath room's, b. Mr. Stevens, the friends nf thf school h.lng tuiiilshi tl gracl for a drle an I w Iks. Tin- recital given In ..cadciny hall lit Miss Mebltabel Crnwfor.l of the Hos- t"ii onservntnry. wns vcrv n.ueli cn oed b all pieseiii. 1 no miisn m piiigrammo ' ""'".'" .iiis iiooiiis atiueu inufii to the enjoyment of the evening. The pro- Is were for the benebt of Hie clns' of I " .'. (hi Saturday afternoon ,1 lisw of M s Hopkins' inulc class gac a tecitnl In th Ci'iigi'pgutlonnl church. The pleasing ii'iili iifi hi which the numbers, vocal and h -sirumental were rendfretl and the pleastiru with whii Ii they wire re eived by thf mi ni' in p testify to the talents and ability of Miss Hopkins as toucher. Miss Mchitablc Crawford of Wllllston anil a giatluate of Hip Huston Sehool if oratory pave u line rending In Acid, m Hill Fil.lny evening, Sept 2.1. -Mrs. n,n. ry Martin who lias been unit-' 111 s better. Miss Augusta Phelps lias rittirnul from California. -A lew of MNs llonklns pi p 1 1 gave a icollnl nt the Ce ngreg iiional 1 hurch Saturday alii ne 011. A vi ry p leas ing programme was lend, 1- 1. Mr. Win. Collins or the liutland-i mn llan ralh ' ad has ( position In Nova S. olla win ic he has t-" Mi's. Collins ml ilangbler Ida leii the same ibiy for Sterling. III. Mr. .md Mrs. Warren Hall me vMtiur the Pan Anierb nu. Theie is eiilte n Inrge attcn ' nree at Muple Lawn Atad.mv from om , f twn.-MIss M.ntic U-Miolds re'tiirncd home to Htirllngtiin ac tinman. c,l l,v i.j Katheiine Llvingtson last Thur'.-la. i Schools opened in the several dlstil.it' S' pt. 2l Willi the fr.llf (lie lea.'h, I'.s. Mi ,1 i-onovan 111 tlie llrst, Miss Augusta Ph, lpt In the second. Miss Minnie li.irlclgli in Hi,, thlld. end Miss time Dinichertv In th,. louith. ALBURG CENTRE. Hardy Hell mid John Itc. nobis hnve gone to Albany business tollegp. Mr. Jtugg of Wyoming is sting nt W. J. WlKhtinan's.-nr. Stephenson Is sp, ndiug a few days with his bt otber-lii-la w. Pr (ioodlcllow. (leoigp Hrown returnetl to Springfield, Muss., Suturdity, nflcr a tw 1 weeks' vacation. -Cora A.-hline has been unite Ml, but Is recovering. W. AVarieu Hoe l-.w ell was homo from Lnko 1 Serge over Sunday.-Miss Marie Itoekwill I. ft town Saturdav to till her position us touch er In Montpellcr. Miss Hes-lc H. II lins ' "' ..,' ..'.su ngeiil 01 III r listen writ I in lown last week, renew tug sttbscrlntlnns. j Sim nil w ill to Inland Pnk Thur-dav livening to the dance and report a pleasant itime Mrs. L. F. SoiiIp returned linnm lint t.ecl, alter sevcrul weeks isit with frb nils l'l New York Stute.-MlSf Jessie Jamison of Hrockvllle, p. ej.. has feturnrd lo P. D. I i.imenn's to attend school. Miss Cnrr'n Pass has returnetl after several e ks i.t. nti In Cun.Tla.- Frank Hoi slnccr. who mis been seriously ill, is reee.vering. ALBURGH SPRINGS. Frank Ilonslnger who has been crltlrallv ill for the ptst week, is sPglitly better Several went to lse La Motte Friday to . Itend tlie Fish nnd Oame I.eigue dinner .Mid hear the speeches - Miss Ituth II. y 1 olds of St Albans has I per. spending ... v. .nil tinys with her grr.iidfall f r. .1. H.il laglipr. The summer ho.mlrrs iini-e .ill rct. rnp.l to their city homes, leaving lust In time to c.cnr.e the cold wave which struck town Saturdny nig, t Wrnlt c lloekwpll if Swiinton Is visiting in town -Twenty-flvo new hocks hnve hepu added lo the town Ilbiary.-The village scboolt opened Mond ly Willi a good atli nilance In both ilepailmciiis. .Vit. Mnrv Deuel of Mitlr.no Is tho guest of Mr. and Mrs (Iroigo HenrilslBV. The fiineriil nf tb, inl taut son of Mr. and Mis. Will Hoh.moii i.as held at tho Methodist church Monthly afternoon. " NORTH HERO. Further particulars show that Dawson Mcdrcgor left town Tuesdav night cros. inc urioge auout miiliugllt ami at early dawn ho was In Rouses Point, N. Y. lie Is odd to hnve taken at least six hoise- ine oiai K sinlllnn which he purchnsoil ot Willlnm Collins lust spilng ut a cost, It is said of Wi, in lag umnng tile lot. A tw ). M'littd canopy, top biiggv, sng,. wagon, 1 kc soil v mill n "skeleton" omposed hit . 'I) . uilll. There Is said to Is- an at. tnchini nt 011 tho brood 111.110 and colt and that an Alhlirgh deputy sheriff Is In 'hot water" since Mr. McC.regoi 'i. departure. It H also lenined upon what Is good author, Ity that there nro several Inige bills on the town which were left unpaid. Chat. .1. Hntler nt Hurlington, traveling freight nnd pasesngcr ngei.t of Ihe llutland rnllro.i I. wan In town Mondiy culling upon our liirniers, llev. (If urge 11. Hyde nnd family of Mi v Iro have been visiting anumg their many friends in town for tin Inst few dan Oeiirge Tiulliope of fston, who t lsltlng hi" paieilts Mr and Mrs .Intuit 'ludhupi has hi fii ipiilt III, Inn is inipriN lug, Kodol Dyspepsia Cure VDloests what you eat.". LAMOILLE COUNTY. HYDE PARK. The h"nrlnc of Jiilliin Honor, the man who sold tho stolen horse tr F. O Cut ri. r, was held befole .!!! tlce WlKwell Thin t day. .NolhliiK could In found iiRiilnsl hhn Mill he was illschatued. Cuirlor return ul from his trip on Thursday motulim, but hnd disposed of the hoi so to some om. It la not known Just what ftn tber action will be taken. Leslie Minor nnd Miss Alula Mace weie married Saturday morning by llev. F. ' '. Taylor, Thfiy took n short wcddlun tr p to Hurllntnn and upon tie If letuiii ex pect to make Hyde Park their home. Dennis FluiicK.in. who has lit on at woik for lion. C. H. I'iikc durliiK the pnt f v yciirs, has made annnuenieiits to enter a ilentnl coll.Ke In Itiiltltnore, Md. 1 lo ci ptot.s to It live here soon. MORRISVILLE. The Mfirrlsvllle rifle club with n numler of Invltfd tjuists, both ladlts and trcntl" men, held a shoot nt th. home of Mr. and Mrs. 15. II. C.lle In the west part of the town Thur-day. At an early hour a heavy til c was startfd In a pit piepaitd for the purpose and kept Kflni; until about l o'clock, where a barrel of clams, onliui-t, i tot n, etn, were put tr roast and nl .1 o'tlock n fenst wns spr, nd to which alt did lull justice In the meantime the bovs aid some of Ihe best shootlni, put sren In this virinlty. The marksmen shot ten rounds, end the hundred shots thus made avi iait id 5 1-lft. wdileh means that bid shots wt in idae.d 111 u rlni? 3 l-l'i Inches In dluniet, r at 209 vurds. CAMBRIDGE. Mrs. Fred Luce and children, who huvo been visiting her parents, returned to thtlr lioic in Wuterbury Snturiiiy. Itev. Mr. Mol r's brother and sister, who have be 11 Msltliu: him, left for their home In Ne v Yolk last Thursday Mrs. Luther I'nl liinn, son nnd two ihuiKliteia, returned fiom Ituffnlo last Thursday. II. L. Story aid family have returned from Quen Clt , 1'urli Mrs. C. . Felton nnd ehlldien. w no have lie. n vMtlni; relatives In lown, w nt 'to h.r home In St. Albans Saturday A '1400.1 many from this plate attend' d the Sheldon fair Inst week. Mr. I.emelis at tend. 1 thf bniuiuet of the Vermont Fish I n ml Uitme I.eunue nt Isle La Molte Fri day. Col. C. K. Lench, D. C Wulker nnd ' Henry Provost went to IturMni:ton to s u nnd hour 'b e-l'resident Hmsevlt Thuis dny. -Mrs. Ilnttle I'utnani and dauiihler, Ml. and Mrs. .1. T. Mi (.'lure, and Mis. II. I:. Curtis and dAuuhter were In H'Sex l ist Thursdnv to attend the annual r u -Ion of the Jordan family nl the home of W II. Int.b n - Darius VMley has K'Uie lincl: to s.hoil In MoirisWIIf and Charles Ci.vev hns l'iiiii theie tf S'hool. C.m roy Leavens left Mon.l.iv for I'.niliue.v to enter the Tr.n Conf. reaec A ndemy. Charles Lnhountv and Wniner Hnisli re turned from tile I'mi-Ani'Ti, an last we.k Wednesday owning. JEFFERSONVILLE. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ileuben H. Wlicnx of St. distil, t, Mrs. Jessie Ward. -D. C. V no.l iii, ,nii me visitiiic relatives hi re Miss worth of Slowe and Mrs. I',. K. Smith 'i M,..v irrovM, f Oxfnr.l Mass.. Is lltlng l.er brother, A. J. Hrown. Mr H'own of n.nrc is l-itlm.' hi.- ssui. Mi.-. II c. 1 Inward and Mrs. Charles Thomas. Tilt Crescendo Club present m! the tlraina, A, 1"(sii rni. in s Luck" to a crowded lions". riicsday evening. The receipts were SH7 which, after paving epen.s.s. Is to be u, ( I to defray evpenses of a lecture course th' coming winter. The next regular meeting r ,1,., ,a . .1 , , 1 . will la with Mis Stella Fiilllngton, who bads the meeting, Sept. Liith The subtect will I e: The P.m. Amerlian Imposition " Als Clara C. Holmes and Miss Helen Peck of Hosion, Mnss.. nn guests of Mrs. A. .1 I bulges. Jlrs. Anieliu Patten, ninth, r of Albert and VIIII im Pnllen. .11. d at her I. nine, S" t. .-.tli. The funeral was held Sept. lith. Itev. Henry C. Howard oll'b l iting. 'Ihe inter ment was at Hurke, her former home. JOHNSON. The Normal school opened In-t wi rk with Hie lalg. st alt. 11, 1, nn e lor several y. ars llev. 11. J. Chrystle has re-lgned I It niistorate lure to act eld a l'o-llnni in tin Drew Tlieelogie.il Semin iry In Madison. N. Y. All eflort Is being mailt to scenic the services of Itev. I T. Johns ni lo fill the pulpit of the M. H ehun h. In II Sturle vant Is soon to move to the Wood tene ment, Mr. Wood having moved to Hss. x Juuitlon to engage In husimss with his father there. lion. I. L. P' ail and wlf' 1. ft Mondny for Saratoga and Hnff.tlo to be absent a few w.eks. Jennie Murletts has icl'irn.il home from St Johnsburv . Mrs. William Marg.tts of West Itinnncy left for home .Monday. 1AATCDII I C WrtltHVILLL. J. V. Stevens is painting his buildings. Itev Dr. Nutter pn at lied ut,the Cnloi church on Sunday. Mr. ant! Mrs. Finery Holm, s and son of Mflt'ord. Must., chi 'f of police of that , ity, nrc isillng Mr. and Mrs. II. W. S. ott Mr .nnd Mrs. Daniel Morgan hnve gono to Pikes Station, N. II., win re he has a Jolt -Mrs F.dwln At virll Is islllng In r dauglit. r. Mis. H'Ttha. P.ttlllgill at Wesiiord.- It S. Pierce vi.--1 1 t fi tends in Milton this w pi k. Hem y Uhlttemore Is working In Kncii. BELVIDERE. H. W. Potter remains almost the same. - llev. F.. 1 1. Kent of Strut hem. N II . Is pxpectf.l to l'l" .n il at the Christian church Sunday, Sept. If.. Mr. and Mrs M. C Shattm k are Usiting at ilnlr son's, W F. Shattnek's in Fust Fletcher. Hay I'ohurn cut bis foot ipilte badly while chopping In the woods Monday, Sept 1. -c. Poitir of Win 10 s; visit, il at hs father's, O. II. Potter's la-t week -Mis. Abigail Miller Is stopping with hi r daughter. Mrs. M. C. Shattuek. she Is in finite poor health. Cnsslp and Carmie Pot- ter are ,iins,,i hon-e - atttndlng the Normal sehool n' son -I. Walktr is repairing Ins house TIip Laillps' ,ld nitpf with Mrs. M. C. Shattuek. Oct. 3. PLEASANT VALLEY. Mrs. Fmma Jones nnd Mrs Hal.snn hav Ifturucil to Massachusetts. Ciai'dii'T Hiimes has taken the the fi rm belonging to Daniel Andrews.- Mr. anil Mrs Fred Lurnmnv spent Sunday nt W. A Lira may's. It ilph Ht'.'wster. I'ied Corhctt anil Floyd Putnam lire atftnding school at Cambridge. Several from ht re attended the lair at Sheldon last week. Lottie I uki r has returned 10 Milton.-Miss DI1111 t lid Westinan. who his been in Hurre, has lcti'inetl lion p. Lnur i O.rbetl has gono to lllglig.'ii,) to teach the fall term of school. STOWE. Henry T. llayiuoiul h is lloinec C. Fiiunce place, llM'd Ihe past year. IleV. . Finery leave this week for purchased the where he has mil Mrs. C. P. a four weeks' to spend the Micaflon. They expect greater part of the time in Pl.iltsburth, N. ', . I.. M. Itlngl'.iiu has trnvc. ed to .lesv,, A Kellogg the duly pasture, mar the vll-lai-e A " n as born to Mr. and Slr.i William P. Falsi r, S. pt tub -Mitt M ,r., .lenney has itluined II. 'Ill OimihI I H veil, Mlcii , wher- the lias been -pending tlie summer. 1 larry H Pike Ifft M uh'hv for Montpcller wlure lie it uttendlng sehoil ut the Montpcller Seminary Hnlph Wat. ren and Matk K.lsnn have pone In HurlliiT tun to attend the Hdmuiuh' High school. ORLEANS COUNTY, DERBY. ,. j. .Mince s uiiuocr tiry notise was burned last Saturday morning. II con.' tain $".00 worth of liimbef.Thf-rc was no n- surance. Mis, 1'lla Jenne ilb d lasi Thurs day aftei noon. Funeral services w, re i In l I al the housi Satunlny aflernuon. Tlie large number of friends ami relmlvis present alteslcd In the esteem In will' h she wilt held in the ciiinniunlly The' lloral offering wns be.iullmi. The m.m-1 hns of liu Juniiir Cliil-lliu i:ndc.ior sin let v ol wlibb -In was hathr for ninri than a vi ir fund-bed 11 biiuilirul wnuih liu, i. nun his si 1 ir-'il 1 position as tin In r ol 1 1 1 t 1 1- in 1 hi hool In N g liuli Conn M irv ilroi h .gniel I 1 I I in uf! 1 tin Or id. 1 seiiiiiil th ri Derby AiMdomy lias been pnluie.l and knlromlned on the Inside, nnd hns also a new font of paint oil Ihe ' outside. The ttiieiiK nt bnlldlim hi connection with it will soon be ready for necupnnts.D. F. Dal him sold Ids farm to Chail.s (lane of Avers' Flat, I'. i.. for tVim. Mr fliiw ionics to Derby to educate his elillnrcn. Mr. Howell of the (.nine pine has reni .1 III. Mahntiey house nnd also . oin. s to tnkr, nilvani of the school irlvlltnes. -(irnec WIIon Is home on a vfiealb u of tbr' o weeks. -The Art of MnkhiK Tilings, Is th hllbleet of .1 lecture to be nlveli ,.' Uli M. K. ehnreh. Sept. 11th, by ltuv. W. C. New ell uf 'Nuwport. MORGAN. A itrnnltc boulder has b.rn drnwn from the farm .of Mrs. L. II. Lll.blie'd to ls-1 bind I'ond for n inonntneiii to Hit lnle Al-I vln I'.artlett. It wn his v.bdi to have this, certain stone token from his father's old plnei, Some estimate tin weight lo be 15 or Pi tons. Mrs . c. T.ivlor l slowly Inipr.nlni; from h.r broken hip. but enn nol sit up yet. Miss fillvo Dntltin of Al-I bany tenflieit the Corner school. loan 1 1'envev has Kone to Lyndonrllle to woik for Ihe H. .mil M II. It. -Herbert llui -roiinhs hns moved to MorrUvllb and a Mr. IIiiKney has rnov. d into tho Wilcox hoie. GREENSBORO. John Hush Is visiting nciiiialntancps in town. Kltner Hull, y .nd wire visit. l friends ut Johnson In.U we ek. TIioiii. h Wallace will rrpali thf .Simpson lions., now ore upled by Mrs. Mnr Wylle. -Mr. mid Mrs. John Wylle nnd J. It. Cntdc wood hivi none to Muffiiln to .tlt. n.l the I'.in-AiiiPrl'iir I'.poslllon lielijninln Mn omber, who hns b. en lsltlng nt C. W. Thoinp'.ins hns plumed to his home at Danvers, Ma-s. Mi.s Liule Thonipsoii n.vnmpmilcd hlm-Mrs 1. T. I'atterso'. of I'rnfthbury ne. ompnnl. .1 by h.r urn id-dae-liter. Mrs. William La. Id of Whitman. Mass. visited at II. W. C.ililerwnod's last w . k. CRAFTSBURY. The Ml-ses I.llbi nnd Finn nee Meirill h.r e returnetl t vit rrlsvilb A. idem' . Mr Josp And. rson bus i plumed to Win o. skl niter oiu week's isit in Craflslnu) . .Mr and Mrs. . F. Hovt hnve none to I ndonvlile nnd vlclnltv for a tew days' lu - llev. D. L. Kvnns. a former pastor is visiting friends In town for n few das. Ho) Ion L)nn and daughti rs, stailttl for the West last Thursday, where they will make tin If rut lit hnme.--Allee ('base has goii.- to Morrlstnwii Corners I" t h. Ii s. le ol. Mrs. Smniiel Lathe Is home from Lowell. Mass., where sha has been for about two years. LOWELL Oenrgp It. Watson of New Havin. Conn , Ik usiting bis sister. .Mrs. F'.ln Cirtis - r .ln Stephenson litis purcLused tvnewrlt it. Miss Leonn Hlnghnm Is fsitlng lvr slst.r. Mrs. Ituftis Kinsley. Mrs Mn Morton and soiih have returned to tl.lt home In Mald. n , Ma.ss. Most of tl schools In town begin Mondav T o teu. hers arc : Village, Norn Wak, fi I mid Violet Tinker: North district, D' ll Henwnre; South district, Alice Skinner. Stcbblns dlstrltt. Maud Hording: !'" is Wat.rbtiry Centre visited at Ocorge ll.trt- -Aell' ret entlv.-Mr. and Mrs. Frank I rose of llanlwlck are visiting reiativ here. ALBANY. .jrck Frnsirr nnd wife hnve moved to .iinuSon nnd will I orrd their dntU'it'T Liu y Martin nnd .Inline Ileger-t while tln v attend the Normal school. I lonrv Hill hat moved into Aleck Frnsbr's 1ioiip. llev. nnd Mrs. Hirnes ol Cunil rlil?e mid the Misses Pennbci of lluitland nre visiting nt Hi v. .Mr. Lansing s. .Mr. rum .Mrs. 1 1. II. Clifford nre Usiting ut Mrs. p.. p. Hit' heock's and will go directly to Lisbon to In e. ORANGE COUNTY. RANDOLPH. Fli.lay morning Center Miss Mar.. at tirue church it tho Ti i' , i'i u jht-T "1 Mr. ! end Mrs. A. 11. Tracy, w.it marrl. d to it ix-is II. N. wion ol Miinlleto'.vn c.uui. inly relatives of the central ting panic! witnessed the cn nn 11). v.Iilch j- p.T fi.r aid by it. v. llonn r White, rei tor. Mr. and Mrs. Newton I, ft Immedrit ly fir tlit ir future hum-, lollowcd ny the b, st wishes of many friends The schools opened Monday with a good ntti mlance ol tiutb n pupils. There ul'e 97 pupils so fur in tlie High si hool and mole are ixptetnl. A hardwood fin. r and new seats airangiil in a semi-clrele, witli new inieiiur llin-li. make tills loom pai tlcul.uly .ittr.tctlvt . Miss Fmma Howell of Tuf.biidgi. teacher tin second pri mal y. bijinls with Mrs. Villllam Has.-. Miss Neva 1. Loekwood of St. Johnsbui v. llrst primary teach, r. and Miss Kla P.itkliurst. second Intermediate te.ielni, b i.inls with the Misses Matthews. Dr. II. H. Mclntyre, who has been as soiiated In practice for .s.veral mon hs with his brother-in-law, Dr. C.uy Loudon, at llurllngton arrived Satin da for a short vacation. Ib- gets early next month to F.rpoklyu. where lie will resume his .stud ies in Long Island college, paying special atlentieii to surgi ry. Hop,, the infant daughter of Lawyer and Mrs. M. M. Wilson, died Sunday afltr a short lllm ss with how. I trouble. Miuh sympathy is felt for the ben in ed patents 1 to whom one daughttr. Faith, about four y eai s old. remains. Mrs J. nnl" Johnston died at tho home of I.er mother, Mis. Iteiiben Cole, in llox bury, Mass., Sunday atteri.oon, agesl 31 yiurs. Mrs. Johnston had lem sorlculy ill lorn w "4; willi appii.di Ills Ihe bo.lv was brought here Tueslny by tho mother ol tlie dt .uses'! and film 1 il services weie held at two u'e lock Wednesday nfternooli In the Haptlst cliurcli.eontlucted liy U v T. A. How. ml. Interment was in South Vhw .emeicr) b. -dd. tin grave of a r fi'l-.tr, .1 foimtr n si 1' nl of Hand dpii, who tied sum yens ago Mrs. William cilllls of tins place is 111 aunt of Mr Johnston, win. had num. it us li'lcnds here and In Hrnlnti'i e. About .111 attiiiletl the re. eptlon at the white chun 11 purlers Monday evening In honor of tlie 111 w pustcr, lt' C. K. Ladd, and wife. A i.iuslcal programme wns ren dered during the evening and refreshments were served from a booth. II. . am Mrs. Ladd had been married five years that I'M iilng. win. h whs niade a very pL as.int one. ilcorge Adams, who moved from her' i.e.'irly three years ago to lllllsboro Hrldge N. 11., wh, r-' ae opened a store, hut re turned witii h's wife and now drhPt Pi stage Ictwe-'ii ilroektlpld and lUudulpii Center. The Itinera! of Hope, the two-year-old daughter of M. M. Wilson and wile, 011 ur led al their Innne on Summer street Turn, day arti 1 noon, llev. Homer White officiat ing. " Interment was in the ct me cry n n the old Kplscopnl ehureli on tlie fietliel road. Mirk Parish of San Fran. Isco, twin brother of Luke Parish of the Centre, ar rived TucsiIh.v for a short slay al Mapl tlrove. The brothers had li 'i met bdoie for 3' years. I let 1. 11110 easl with 111, lxnlghts Templar for the pi and conclaie ut Lo.sllK'. Ky. Miss llairbt M. Sawyer of Hoston has iirrlvcd to visit her sister. Mrs. John Sa bine Smith, and other relumes. Mrs. Hiigcno Wilson nnd son, Jerry, Invo returned lo Uaysvllle after a visit to II. II. Hntley's family. Next Sunday at the Haptist church llev. C. II. 11. Do.lge of HtMlows Falls will 01 t upy ihe pulpit, preaching 111 evclmng' with Itev. T. A. How ill d. He will a'.s , pica, h .it the llrulniren branch church. F. II. Thomas Is In New ot k, going there Tuesday. A. .1. Hell Is 111 and unable lo attend to his di'.ths nt the Hell store. Mrs. 11. F. Williams and little son return to-day to their home In llmifotil. Conn., niter a several months' stay with her mother heie. BRADFORD. Miss A I1I1! Axux lilt Tlnu-di' for a 11 mull s Isit Willi lur sisters 111 I (tela N II and N.isl li rdxxlck II l" M u 11 Is III Ibiflalo for 11 nxv d.i.s. 11. i Huillt crs nilislrels drew Lug' aidltini at utii i 1 h ii-i'inx 1 I111' nl x .1 in I 1' M in 1 i" I Di o cuck hospital in Hanover, N. II., for Ireat ment. Mr. nnd Mrn. Willis K.lle la o been vleltlliK his piuenltt In Jim. Mr l Mrs. J. M. Taylor, Mlssen Ryu. Ilnnt a .1 VlnUrcd Illland marled Tiunlny fur a 1 days' ttlp to the I'.in-Amerleau at II . -fnlo. Mrs. II. W. Lowd return, d fr in Monlpeller Frldin and will us I t in ''a store ol J. 15. Ilnnl fur two will;-" ll"i'V Itindnll of Sprliilierl was thi ifm t f V.. II. Sltep.r the middle of lust -Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hunklns bar I r Hllffnlo Ti't sil.iy - l!. v Alixrt ! it a of Hr.lford, N. 11., was li is .est at I. ' Nye's last week. Mrn. ). u Mom i d daughter lb th me lsltitii at In r h int I S.iiithliiKloti. Conn. Or irtc J.tk, a li si rlously 111. Mr. nnd ii V A Di nut) daiiuhler and M ,.i Mr Aril J lnle are spendlnn a we. Miss Louise Johns', ti .. In st w'tk nt Sax ton 1 Will be uiv. Il the te l Septi'tiib. r kith. -Tie I. society of the Confirm . tlelr meellm? will, i Tuesday nf it moon. Mrs. Minnlu Chas. , tlays In Itochestcr, N H Carl Mnriiiv of (Jnt..i.,n .N Mrs. Muiriij par, m . . '.ait. Mir . e I,. . . - h I A T' P' p'l III Wo i.l.S li 1 Mi-ii ,r,a l el ' r b Li LI J.tlK -r ID. X 1'alinK a f H Mr ,nel M N II.. .' tl .or ui i SL s It l OIliLi il w S. L' wis. (Iforse Hr. ! n h'.ril culd. C. F. I'm I Op Of d-i '.i w i 1 llle 1 Hpendlnp; a f' .v itiint. Mrs. W. A. r -1 if lii Spencer of I'Ufblo. M, M' i. pr. the Congr. gntlonal fh'Ph Hind' William S al ol Q c In w . nl. by the s.rloiis Illness m i -i tha Worlheii. Dr. .ml Mr- i ..i. ol Kingston. Mb h.. w 1. , ti ping at Dr. Wil-. i, 1 1 Tl Mrs. William Hrown id d in r. turned to Mal.b n M . - "i i 1 tl M I b nnd Mrs. J. M 'l i , 1 i M mid Miss Wii Ifr, ,' If ii ii ,i I luffulo, N. . r it - 1 1 n II. . I.owtl' is i 1, Ik! I., i , while Mi s Hunt md Mi s ii'vay. Mi. nnd Mrs. I. J spundliik a t, w d i ill J. Llbbey has sold la- n hors. it to parti, s in i. t, rlleld of Uhltli. r, t , Willi his niece, .Mrs. H '. ' I. i sl.,i I mug J. I. Hil.it ' I tr, . i ton h, d i 1 i M 1 1 CHELSEA. ' Harold ComstoeK b 'i "n ', . 1 inotning to begin hi- in . ,i . j mouth College. Hi , 'Ml mt 1 that he was ,t su . - ul , mi tit f - bis clasK prle n ii 1 1 tin- v. I places him at tin In id ,,f i- I ! in i at. .tlid) .Hid -lives hi 'i t'. u f .'. ie -Nin leo-ntlt i im fti '.iihufM Caroline J Sic, per vnnmv . I Uc I 'tf id SI, p. r of tin- .1, im. Auu t, th. lioinc of son, J' roiii, M s op, r, I e Lake Count)', Cil.. ait.r 'hie., m lib p-s She was n,.,rly nu v i rs . I. -t'ol t'l.ttis S. Kti i 'le - n p in, IP",- ' lie- 1 i U at ,1 i , .1 u II' I i .M, 1 1, i -t wen r i ir i S it itd.i ii, .on Miss ' .1 i i tirr i . ''nt t'1 i'.'ii h i ' " r- t Mt 1 j ' - 'i Tue -'i . n , i n- inpl " i i o'ii,. K i ' i t , i ' in st J i -M ' ... f. ' i I cnti 1 1 t 1. ; i i . i t ' 1 - h r .e i' i u ,e i it , , ' le - 1. in -t f r 1 . ' ' W .In. - 1 .'. n ' ns f r f iv . v , Hon, i r-t . ir t ' ' ' 1 1 1 1' h. in N ui w h on 1 I .111.1 le . I i r 1 II I i 'i ' ' M. l: tr- -o in I J! . nu S' "t. ".. II .. I. u A -id Mr-. Sani I'd t : f , S 'lib C 1 '1111 bid. ,J tie ir - 111 nt in ' nn. 1 holm 1 n- 1 W'i nt 1 . 1, ir 1 n A n Mr in 1 Mrs Aln, rt I' K fugm 1 1 . Ma-s , ,r. 1 1, 1 Dnsbl I wrv at th e us'a . ' 011 re nl in ,w t fennel - 1 roth, r. W lit 1 .1 i Mar S, al, s tint ' ' joinr in 1 to Mend, 1 , II year or hool a Ktmi . . Hon. li 1 A. Abbott i 1 1 Justlee 1 I the 1 ' ' 1 1 , 1 I Northern Hss, , w 1- 1 1 .j I the gup.-t of lu.t 1 r tl r c bott.Mi-R Jennie I, per,, I w ick. N. J.. Is i l-ltn g Mr I nnd other former -n q 1 i 1 11 1 Mrs. Alb o llndl. v of M ' bus return, d to 1 m . ' John It. Alwood, v. 11 1 w m her late b'isb in I c Hud' ping ul the time " 'be It death. A g. 'Uh -hot b 1 s mill ' Im 1 ill r H ! : rge hi a',. I'. 1 ne and " Ige.-MN- ark. Mat-. reeelitlv Hei kwitl below CP by Ho- - itetl In r Hiram J l.w, Mr- i rl, ml Miss Kunlei Kinu-burv and ins F 1. Thompson Ki have In 1 11 tut in d to tlv -itlng rel.itiv. s ir homes in Curr lust no k -Mr. Jennie Fer -i vouni: - .ns. who hnve brn p iiioni'i 1 Any -t it tVrnnnd " h ix. ret .tne It elr home . ' M.i-s M's c'i r - ilnirail ' Li", "in ' nd M.- v I' e Crai s l'ii 11 t1' 1 tng ii'", -'t? Cm. x xvci k n 1 ui lied to 1 p home n Ma Mi-.t Marx ' ills ton s K!er for 1 - . wi t'nttv ai ciimpai e ' ') c si A stln L. Skinner w h i - i.i t -Hiv J C. Dl nf N r,i 1 pr. ic hpi! it the M V. . r la .."'1 in I1 e aftf : n 1 . . v h mg, with K. v 1 I, 1 tor. A 1 1 tp.1011 1- 1 1 1 j r it. .I fine de'ixery anionj ' f r,u W, st 11 l.-Ar 1 V 1 1 1--, ,. llx mg i.e ir the Hr. I,' . Id t . die I t.g .il. Id- t'..'. 1 i ' uri 1 following Sunday, I!. A F ' elating. Mrs Ceo. L. Stoxv Is s t N sou, F. A Dux Is, cashier of-ti Hank at Hethel. RANDOLPH CENTER Mrs. Clarence Stone, frrm, r'v Maud llehtrd. xvlth li'T husb 1 d "t I. II, bards, prop! 1. tor of th, I. House Mrs. Helcher and d. i.s r phlnc. also a Mrs. Adaiji.", nr ' p of J. P.. Adams and xxlfe.- M. Tracy and Frnncls Nexxt ui o1 ' cut xxere at II. D. Tracy's .-t A lurkee and xxlfe are with C ter, Mrs. II. D. Trney, this it II. .V0 been visiting their txvo s, -It.milolpb and a son In TunbrnU quiet xxeldlng xas held at On. last Friday inclining at S:V w' Homer White mntiicd Francis N Coiiiie'ctleiil nnd Msry Tracy of 1 d. lph Miss Martha Gilbert . Mabel Tracy xvcre the I rldcsm.i 1 bt other ol the bride xvas best in relatives nnd intimate triends xx 5 1 l.t at tlux ccieiiiuny. WILLIAMSTOWN. fleorgo L. IMson has bought a h I t. rest in J. K. Lynde't ston it-d .1 "t tin livery stable, the pnrtut 1 siup li g Into efTePt October 1st. Some , h ir4 r In lug made In the Interior ot tin - "if u 1 11 1 ashler Is to he eng. iced and the ir svstem of payment instated. A daughter xvas born to Mr n M Hint Clogston tho :ith ult.. and M . and Mrs. Carl W. Sever the itb i st William C. Whit, of Middlesex wis i town Sept, 7th. xxith a vit xx to 1 u- h 1,1 tor tlie practbe 01 laxx-. Mr. Vx I te st -died law In Slunbilt s nlllce, M t mid xxas admitted to the bar In 0 t 1.1 He lu.i held the ofllces nf ji.stnc f penci ami superintendent of s, s 1 Middlesex. ll.tlph Spencer nnd family ft r ed t town the 7th Inst., from a xx.ek . tho Innne of his brother, Cr1' t 1 cer. of SI. Johnsbury. Mrs. Oliver Martin of Montpih ' I x. Illng her brother. Klhert Jack- u J. K. lnde and fleorge He, 11't w r xistiug in sic La Motte the litli I st ,1 tending tlie nnniial meeting of the -iiioilt Fish anil flanie l.enue. Merle Martin, prixnte V. S. A Is t home fur a time. Since having thf 1 IM Ipplll'S. he has spent solin tin, If tl family of Dennlson Kinsman a nan c ' this town, of WlntersPt. low:v A verx pbasnnt oct union xx.i the W"h day In honor of Fthel and lla U se , whos bit I Inlays m e within Hit m v b Txventx-slx ot the little folks w, re 1 r -s 'lil Hi Iresliinents were seWed on t' 1 x 11 Thirl 'ii tin. In r o'lt of the ton' 1' 1 in tow xx't r. pn 'U it 111' 1 t. in In t's nn ilixg 1.,-! 1'ii'l'X ixtni ,. shit the t "l'l' s In f ' n, t, d Misn it. tl ml -o. k' on mt lb" - , .rrt ting 1. up w t g Mi"s l 'i 1 on n 1 in I ll ext r I 1 tt 1 I - 1 1 ' t ' f ICoutlnued on Tin pr.co.) al