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uijfi BURLINGTON FREE 1RESS : THURSDAY, APRIL 2, imi,
VERMONT LOCAL NEWS (Continued I rom tlilul page.) J.'JiiH for Kvhiiol purposes In the month nf Fchtuur.v. The o.iiilicll went Into exec-hum- session for half an hour lo discuss the matler of appointments lo the posi tion ol slipci liiloiidctit of stlcots ami sal perlnteiielent of svnlor, Imt no decision wan i t ached ami tin- matter was pat over un til the next mooting. A lommltlee eon m tltiK of tlio mayor ami Alderiuun Ulake ss.is appointed to (onfer with the hoanl of public svoiks, roKiiitlihR the appointment of a superintendent of street. Hoimi-dhiR the matter ot physicians' sei vices for tin; city's imor. tin- council adopted tho rceo- inemlatlon of the ehaillles and corrections eommlttec, that I In- people he allowed to call any doctor I hoy wish, lor which the ity will pay 7.". cents por visit, for which )iilec tho doctor must also furnish the niccssniy medicine''. GRAND ISLE COUNTY, GRAND ISLE. Tho highways and bridges have hecn danniRed somewhat hy tho extremely IiIrIi wutei ami excessive rains, Pearl's beach has boon hailly svnshed and is closed to the puhllc. Tho (irund Isle bridge to North lleio has a ssushoiit In Ihe road way, takliiR out the dirt and gravel. The I tRhsvny which bus had the Stale money l.scd lor Improvement, Is In as ImiI oon c'tiou as any ro.ul, which shows the lack of triTutieli work. The seal let fever tpl e mio scorns to havo been stamped out tli thoroughness of tho health olllcer i i li.indlltit; it. Mis Lorn Chamliorluln Is Ht -lome fiom HurlliiRton for the summer. -(', i. Itnssell has moved to the coUiiro ci K li. Samson. Albert (itilllth has moved In S. 1'. fior Jon's. I-Msvard Cocl ss ire has boiiRht the II. I'. Mlnklcr house V ir Pearl. Mr. and Mrs. j; A. Miiciim li. r spom Sunday in town. Howard Van-t-no h.is lettillnd from tho hospital In IliirllmMnu and Is rapidly roenvei Iiir. M II Vnufii-.c of nutlund was at his mother's over Sunday. ALBURGH SPRINGS, Sldtu y Washburn has u new r,ikoI!iii r rfim to mil In Ids lorn boat to run 1h tween AlbuiRh and sisuiiloii. Mrs, Martha Kine-doy has routed the north i. art of Mr. Mustard's house and will Use t ,i n Mr. and Mrs. .Jos. ph llnllaRhtt' M.ent si serai days hist week In St. Al- 1 ,n.s with relatives. Mrs. Khun l'.oik sell of Swanioii Is in town on a isli. Jirs. Nancy Sweet, who has spent tho V mi or in Swauton. will move Into the liocksvod house at the SpihiRS this week. .- ui an, sorry to hear of the dentil of t'n Itev. It. It. Titus at TieondoroRU, X. "V. lie was the poster of tho ConcieRi- tiMiml chnreli in AlbuiRh for over eight yrt s :iitl w is b Id in high esteem, by all. -'1 ai town lias voted to build a new school ' mse in what is known as tho Grot Moons. Tin ic will be hut one. toucher in 1 io SprhiRS school in the futni c Ml-s Jiisi- Darby, who has been home curing S..r hor mother during her su Uness, lias l i n i in il to HuiiliiRtrin. Curds arc out j. H" an oyster simper and dance to be .,vtli by the Woodmen at their hull. Mr. Soeicy. who has been spending sov i r.il dass at I . S. Harne's, has irturn cd to Hoston, -Muss. Mr. Humbult of New ilk, who spout last summer nt the Am irkim House at F.nst Alhurph. is back lor another season. SOUTH HERO. Mrs. J. IS, JJonoway of Mlddlcbury Is the Ktiesi of her pan tits, Mr, and Mrs. 'J' L. Kinney. C. C. Kinney has resigned bins position as mail carrier on one of tho nr.il freo d livery routes. Waller Irish is now llllniR the position. Hoot-Re I'helps hi AlbuiKh. spent Sunday In town. Mrs. S miiiel Pheliis Is reported belter M. I,. Allen has moved into Charles London's house. Kdsvard Cnssldy has moved Into the house vacated by ('. C. Kinney. Alex niubr Putnaudo has moved iuio Hdssaril t'.isidv's house. Fred Lnrow has mov ed into Amos Mlaekler's tenement house. - Itm Allen of North lleio, was in town r i utly. ISLL LA MOTTE. William Loop and son of Manchester s.re In town last week a few das. Mr. I. mi. lHuriifd in Manchester Sunday nliiht. .lames Hurst remains ?ibout tin-:-. line. .Miss .lulla I'aukett. who has 1. -on S Willi-' on tile Is;md for tlllee Weeks. 1...S r. turned to her home in Seioia. N, V It. T. Phelps of i:ib iil.urKli was in town this week. -Mr. and Mis. N. flsk have leturiied from New Ynrk.-- The Mothodlst Chnreli is tu uiKleieo .nif r.pairs and lor u lew wicks ner- ices wlll lie held on Sundays In the ves- I'v -Mis Hell ol Swanion has be. it Mb- illllfT the Ho. and iMrs. liarne.s. LAMOILLE COUNTY MORRiSVILLE Arthur Clark of lioston was In town Friday and made a satlstactory adjust ment of the Insurance on Mould ft lioyn 1 .it's stonu sheds winch weie damaged by the lectnt fire. The nrm will rueive ?I,1"0 on bulbllnB. boiler, machinery and tools .mil SW) on stock. The him liavi aln.idv men at work iloaiilnt; up the wrei kat;i. and tin. sheds will be thoiouKlily lepalred nilh a now yasolene eiiRlno In place of the. steam boiler and several other modem Improvimenls will be ailibd. It l. et,.it i a that the sheds will be ready ior bic-i-l.fss in about thirty das. In the mean time many ol the stone cutters will scenic u alt at lliirdwlck. Tin Km hers who have been onp;aKed for tin sprhiK term of school m the district. I i town ar as follows: No. , Morrls town Corners, T. .1. Stewart: No, I!, Cadvs I'tills. Mary Tyndull; No, I, iToronee Mer Hll. No. 5, Winnie Tyndall: No. li, Lulu Douglass! No. 7, Ti lesu Town; No, Flomnce Chaffee; No, in. Maria Tvndall; In, U Lilla Morrill, No. Jt, Llbblo Slnott; No. J."., Minnie Hrlcir-: No. is, Clara JJndK. : No. I'.l. Jlaud I'll.iffee. J in- fonrral ol .Mrs. m,, ,, ), j)nn. f f'ndy's Falls was held Tur'day afternoon it tho M. tli.idlst I'luirib. lb. 1 . M. S. F'udy olfii iatlnir. The l. ei.isul had lie. mi sulferlnK for somo time with a bronchiaJ ISUCCESSFUL APPLICANTS I FOR LICENSE X Need Not Send Out of the city for BAR SUPPLIES Bar Trays Shakers 7 Mixers X Julep Strainers itork extractors 4 Liquor Jiggers Bottle Tubes and Stoppers Bar Spoons, t Bottle Holders Better Bottles Cuspidors Straw Jars Decanters Ice Shavers Wine Coolers iChina Hall Co J lb State headquarters for Copper tad Niclcle Goods. tior.ble mid went with lie r father lo Knit. sis tor her health, when- she died u few days iirii'. The remains were In might from that place, arriving hire Monday mnrnlni;. Miss Josephine Slay ton, teacher at tho Adams school, linrllnKtnn, with her brother .Noycs, nre spendliiK the Master Micittlon with their parents, .Mr. and Mrs. II. A, Slayton. Mrs. Frank Dunbar of Swauton Is vis Itliit: for n lew days at the home of her brother. 1'. ;. Hill, on Coimress street. Miss Jennie Carpenter of Wnlervlllo Is sponillnir a lew days ut the home of Mr, and Mrs. (1, A. Wllklns on Sumner street. Mrs, V. M. Ilurily of Koxcratl, Me., Is spendliiK i short time with her luied father ut the homo of Mr. and .Mrsi M. U, Kalou on Main street, Miss Alice Nash of IiiirlliiKlon Is speniV Inn a few il.is wiih In r aunt, Mrs. Ida Churchill. Mrs. A. V. Thomuf! has recently mild her house on IIiIiIro sireet to Mr. I'erry of Not 111 llydo I'ark. Mr. .'err.v Is the father of -Mis. Henry 11 ior and aftir Mr, I'rlor's lillllilliiKs were burned Sunday, tho family moved to this home, where tl.ej will remain until other at raiiKcineiits can be made. A very en.loyalilo mitherins was hold at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. (Wo rm Hrlde street Tuesday evening, when about thirty of the yutincr people helped lo rob brate tho 17th birthday of their daiiKlitor, Alloc. Tho eveninc was pleas antly passul ill playlnt; military whlat. 3T0WE. Mrs, I'olly Keith died nl her home In the station liloelc on Saturday afternoon, Mutch IS, of old iiki. She had lw en fall Inn for tibiuit Iwo wc"ks but the end came iiidlo unexpectedly. Mrs. Keith re cently parsed her tilth bltlhday, having been born In llarre, March 17, lsi7. She was the twin siler of thelate I'resMinCJale. who was for many yiars a resident of Stowc. In early life she was married to Larncd Lamb of Harre Al'ti r his death she went with her children to Cbieano to live. There she was man ltd to Martin Keith, who also went from Harre to Chicago. Mr. Ktlth did in v7ii. l'or about ai years Mrs. Keith h-is lived with her daughter, Mrs. K. H. clarkson, spent a part ol cub year In Stow, renialiiliiK here alloKolhi r for the last lour years. Mrs. Keltli re tained lnr fatuities to a remarkable de cree. She has In en conlineil to the u.o of crutches or several years, but It l only wllliin n few months that her hands have refused to work, and she has beep obllced to phe up the lace woik.alul em broidery III Which she was sti skllllul. She was much esteemed by all who knew tier lor (in- i;ru Ions Christian character. She lenvis a son. IMwin Limb, of Chlenp.o. and a drum-liter. Mr. Clerl son, who lias eared for her lor many yours. I'tin.Tiil scnieos w'oro hold at Iht home Monday U I" a. m.. the l! . 1. L. ICvans iitleml ina. A. A. Vike hud ibalKO. Mrs. II. W. Harrows Mrs. N. II. Kaiser and Mr. A. II. Cheney saiur "ii'athi r. Wlmt'er of lOarthly HIIss." and "Load Kindly LlMlil." The burial tool: place in Italic Monday nlterncon. Mr. ni.d Mrs. !. It. Cnlr. II. V.. Jonnov and Miss Hiiib Jeuney aecom panld Mrs, Cbnkson to Harre. loa!ni?, on Hie ilii ti.iin. Mrs. Clarkson will re nin, n in llalre seerul davs. She will make Slowe her home lor the prevent. .Mrs. Nancy Carlton returned last week to Stow", alter spending the winter Willi lnr daughter in Uiooklielil, mid son in Wirieti. Tlie diuii.hli r, Mrs. Mahela Kll.by of nrooklield. dld iinlle nienily. The Missis .Mao Stiaw ami Itariiira Hint save a .'. o'cloi k tea last Friday af ternoon to clejit ol their oimg l,id friends. Dr. I). 1). Hrout was In town list week to see (ietugo Hallow of The Trav elers' Inn. who has been siillerinu from a neiMius trouble all winter. '1 lie doctor says ho will reeo or. MNs l'rani es Hull is in Wnti.lstiii k, where she has employ ment for a i'i'W weeks in the Woodstock Jim. Knlph Warren ami iCIroy Hillings are at homo from the I'linci'sity of Voi raont lnr the Master vacation. The l.i idos of I'nlty Chin eh will hold n circle in tnelr vestry Thursday aftirnoiai. Apt II -. .Mis. M. A. .lenney went It. lioston oil Monday to buy spilng millinery goods. L. II. Straw end Miss Loulve Sherbut of Monisilel vlsitetl tlieii homes In Slow over Sunday.-The It. v. and Mrs. Ii. L. Hvans Will lltlelnl Ihe Mltltni'ist colll'i l tiin in Norlhlnli! next w.ik. It is earnestly do-lrn! by his potiplt Hun ,Mr. Hvans be return.. I to Stowc lor another yoai. Ills ftionds In Stowc will be glad In barn that the recent iipnrt of ih death of tlie Itov. M. II. Myaii. a lormi i pastor of the Melhotilst Chinch here, win i mist. ike. The level end gentlemen li.nl an attack of piioiunonhi during Hi. winter, but is now about as usual. The di.iih re ported was that of an uncle of Mr. M..u 's. II. (!. Thomas was In Milton Monday on I n-llless eniiiii-t tei! with his ollit e ,is Msh ml game commissioner. Tic Mls-e.j Ka .ml l:itnehe Kennedy of Mine i-itiil lin Ir eouvin, Lola Hillings, of Stowc, n ceiilly. A. 11. Iiouglass is Inipruvlim his 1 silence by the addition of u iiiinda. H. K. Straw Is doing the work. Slowe Miiitaiy baud i'ae a concert last Frldn evening. Alter the concert dauelng was enji,yed b the .voilng ople. Tin music wa i furnished by the band nivhcstra, as sisted by Mollln Paul of Mori isvllle, io llnist, and C.eorge Hurnliam. organist. Tlie gratled school closed Tuesday for i week. The topbs for the young people' ilevt tlonal m.ettugs for Sund,tv eientng. April r., will hi as lollow-: Lpwnrth Ijeaijuo, "The Danger of Indlfli lem e. ' Hag. i:J: Hob. :! ,-:!. .hide V.:n :i. L.m.r. Mrs. M'-Uli' Sanborn, diri-tli n I'.tnl. ., oi Siolelv, 'Wllllt til" Plilllble i.f 111. lin.nl .Miss Sarah Meyo has retuipe.l fr mi a business trip to Montpeller. I an llnglon ami other places. Mrs. Hobeil I :. m . who lias been 111 with pneiiinonla. dlitl Monday, .March 110. Mrs. fieny inoviu wltli her lamlly Irom liolton to the Churl. -I Heiivnn larm at Moss (Men last fall Sh" I was about HO years of age anil leases lie ' sides lier husband a family of s-ven i l.ll- ilri i' The remains were taken to Kb b niond for burial. Miss Doiotby T.ue ,if tho grammar school, will spend the Lira, r vae.ilion at her homo In Montpeller. Miss i irollnc Swil l goi s to her home In Mld dlese. Miss S. May Marsh will visit in Albany, Miss Hlanchu Kwens will spend a pint of the week at Ki-sex Junction, l'rof. C. L. Cowles went Wednesday morning to Craftsbuiy to visit his pa rents. Haiioy Cowles of Craftsbuiy haa been visiting his blether. Prof. C. L. Cowles, tho past week. .Mr. and Mrs. N. Uigelow have lented tho tenement to bo vacnted by A. H, Collins in Mrs. Lena Hi own' house. Mr. Collins and family will move nest week to the Mayiuoiiil house in the lower village Miss Irene Knapp, who leturiied to Vermont with het KraiiilpTiont.s, .Mr, and Mrs. Ira Munn, is slopping with them at V, j;. IiuJidman's, JOHNSON. I'ror. C, H, Moiklns will give a lecture on Alaska at the Normal hall next Mon day night. A crowded hotifcu Is expected. Jllss Mao Jludgott who was operated on for appendicitis by Dr. Wheeler of Hiir llngton, is doing well. Norman Water man Is so he can walk wllh crutchoR Mis. Thusa Onuvln Is taking care of Mrs. Horace Maymontl. JI, Jlagulro ot Kalr lleld Ii assisting in tho station for n few weeks J, ('. Mlcknell, who has boon in California with h'is son, Hrnest, returned Thursday night, looking well, 1 lo left his son much better. The Mov, 11. Ci, French, nnd wife nnd her sister worn suddenly called to Sher brooko by the death of Jlr. French's father, they tiro expected home the last of this week. Gcorgo Concur has oneo more purchased tlie meat market hero of Hurry Drown. Mrs. J. I Alger return, ed from her homo In North Haven, Conn., where sho has boon slnco the death of hor sister n fnw weeks ago. l'rof, Perkins gave a very Interesting lecture on Aluska, fit tho Normal hall Monday night to n full house. Mrs. Horace fUymond re mains nbout tho same. Tho Mothodlst Episcopal Church was crowded last Sun day, there belntr no services at cither ot the other places of worship. WATERVILLE, Jllss Jcnnlo Carpenter Is vlsltlntr friends In Johnson. Olen Wllklns of Morrisvlllo, was In town last week, Mm. Allle Cowen of Jlydo I'nrk Is visiting Mr, nnd Mrs. T. 12. Potter.-ia C. Wolla went to Jeffersoiii'lllo on Monday whoro he hns work nt his Made.- .Mis .George. Hassett vh.lted her piiiiintn, Mr. nnd Mrs, Leo Larawny ut Muirluvlllo lust week -Mrs Lucy Loach of SJt.'risvlllo visited her mnther, Mrs, Martha Unwell last weed. Mr. unit Mrs, It. A, Wllley worn culled to Hlchford lust week by the death ot her tnothir, Mrs, Loeklln. Victor Uttiffdoll, who has been In Huston through tho winter reliirned homo last week. C.oorgu Hassett and .Mrs, ilotunr lAvlm went lo St. Armiind, 1. (., on .Satui'ilay to lsll their father, Hiram Hassett. Mis. Orrlu Thomas, who has been slopping several wicks' wllh her son Howard, returned to her homo ill .lefl'orsonvlllo on Thursday. Napoleon MeCreiuly was arrested on complaint of A. D, Sloekwell, grand Juror, by Deputy Sheriff It. A. Wllley on Sunday mid brought before II. L. Hi aril on Monday morning and lined $." mid costs of Jlo.iil foi Intoxication. JEFFERSONVILLE, Oscar AV. Dylic and .MKs Nclllo 11. Hrlor, both of ('ainbrldge, weie united In mar riage at the parsonage, by tho Mev. II, C. Howard, Thursday evening. March M. They havo the good wishes of a host of frieiiils.-Slates Attorney lllekuclll of JohiiMin, was hero Saturday on business. Mr. anil Mis. II, W. Vniniim and Miss Wllina Holmes of Hnrllligtou nre guests of Mrs. Doia Atwood, Mlclinnl Mallard of Montpeller Is visiting his grandfather, D. C. HrlHwold. Floyd Smith of liurlllifr ton, Is vlslllhg his grandparents, Mr. nnd Mrs. L, I!. Harrington. The llov. Mr. Hlllott of the Vermont Hlble society oc cupied the pulpit of the Second Congre gational Church Sunday last. Mrs. Lil lian Huehalian has gone to liostnn. Mrs. Lasher, tho evangelist, spent part of last wci k hole. The no.t mooting of the ("res et ndo club will be hi Id with Mrs. Lottie 1'ngo Kild.iy evening, April J. CAMBRIDGE. Mr. and Mis. li. S. Kllluwood have three of their gninileblldlcn with them from Watcibury. Karl Smith has llnlshed his school yeai ut Harre and Is at home. The W. II. M. S. held their annual meet ing with Mrs. 11. It. Ilrush last Thursday. There was a largu attendance. Tho olll cers were all relccted. The report for the past yi ar was unusually good. They re ceived from toes, suppers, gifts nnd spe cial sales about Jl'o. What was needed was usi d lo paint the ihiirch. They made one lite member and have a nice sum Willi which to begin the! new ; i nr. Miss Hole ICIlswurth has gone to Hnrllligtou to work in Mrs. Dodge's millinery si oie. Frank McCluro lias secured a position as llioman on the Huston Ar Maine tailroad. The schools In town will i eminence April 13. The Horn touchers ale the same -is last term: 1'. A. C.llmore of the high school, ijlouna Cai penter of the grammar. Lillian Mable of the Interim. II, itc, anil Miss C.eorgla Malley primary. -A new monument made of Scott h gianlte has been placed on the .1. li, Morse lot in tile iimetery. it cainc all Mulshed from Abrrdein. Scotland. It was set b W. M. Smith. Cambridge creamery paid its patrons for Fel.ruary SI.US per liio tor standard milk. Warner Hrush Is having a little vacation from his school at l'liPllp v Academy at KNoter. N. II. Miss Jennie t!rc. n of Hiirllngton was the guest ol the Misses Storey last week. BELVIDERE. Cuvtln Smith Is goinp to lioston Fridnv, Aplii to putchase a car load ot horsev. .Vws rent-nod here Monday. Marih .11. tii u Dr. M"l' lib was not ekpeeied to live through the day. Lyill'i C ibiirn has returned heme fnmi Milton, where she nas boon stopping with her brother. Dr. 1. S. Co'iiirn, tho p..st w inti r. -Lottie Hotter teat his the school nt tin Sano tuar : Madge Hi own at the Centte .uul Mis. liraee Kwins in the Lock district. Chailes 'I'll tveui 1.4 we.iking lor Smith ,t Son. Mr. and Mrs Charles 1'leti her of .Maine .in- vvilim frl -nils In town. Tin I'irmcrs hae m..dc -il-out one pound of suear lo lb- tri '.-The L idles' Aid and sale will bo le Id at Charles MeCm n s. Al rll :, afternoon mil evening. ORLEANS COUNTY NEWPORT. The li'-w school building was opennl for iu.vpee lion on We-dnesday evening. March L,r.. and lll.lliv citizens looked it over At 7". a reception v.", is i-lveii. Al s -:i i I'ollowli'" pi-.ier.iiiimo was canie.l out: "History ,. l-'du. atlon In Newpml," C F. It, Hint y c. M. Stores r, ported the oust i, each part ol the epense; cost of bull ling 2".."U.:i-'' healing, .l'.7'i; liiriiituie -end pliunbii.g. .I.L"t.:?!'- oliotric llghl il turos. !m gradlm;, IH; wall. s.:'iJ: t,,t,l lost 5L7.71. 12; the lot cost ?,7ii, I-;. A. Cook, ehairia in of the building commit i.e. the. i tornially presented the building lo the trust. -es- F. c. Williams, chairman e.f the board ol tiuteos, nr-eeplod Hie building nnd eoiitents In behalf of Ihe board of trustees ami citizens. "Tho Present Day Features of Hdiuatlon in Newport." was resounded to by i'rof. ,1. I". Colbiirn. .1. . Iieiliiii.ini spoke on "The I'll I lire ol IMttialion ill Newport." Tlie biilliliug has 1.' large rteitalioii rooms, a t in mieal l iboratory and two small class rooms, has a basement under Ihe entire building, divided Into two play rooms, and vp-ippid with all modern convenient.., mil lias tlie Fuller k Warren healing and vi ntllatliiu s.vstrm. It Is a thn o storv brick biiilillng. built by A. L. Hiagg of St. .lohpobniy. and 's prob.iblv one of the be-t sihool biiildliifs ol its class In the State, 'file high school lits for any gollego in the coimliy and the gr.ulii.it s from this sohool are as w 11 eitulppe l to i nt. r engages North A yo investment, if it is Seife and prompt in its re turns, is considered gilt edged nowadays. All the favorable conditions low and steadily ad vancing prices on land, absolute security and the cer tainty of returns obtain in North Dakota. These gilt-edged investments can be had here under the mcst satisfying conditions. The time to take advantage of them is now. This is the day of your opportunity. I can furnish them to you, together with the most satisfying evidence that they are absolutely trustworthy. I would be glad to have you make the most careful and scrutinizing search of my record, find out whether I will do just as I agree to or not, and then find out il the mortgage securities I offer lor sale are the kind described as gilt-edged or not. If you find them gilt-edge, as you are bound to, I will be glad to sell them to you, collect the interest and forward it and personally look after the investments. You will find me sale, honorable, reliable and respon sible. I will see to it that you do not regret making an investment in North Dakota. Interest and principal collected without expense. Remittances in New York exchange. For further information address Walter L. Williamson, Investment Banker, LISBON, NORTH DAKOTA. P. S.-l also have good farms to sell. colli go or any ot the higher educational liintlttillons, ii8 nre the graduates; from tiny school In the Stuto. The minimi village meeting was held In Odd fellows hall on Friday, March 27, at "::' o'clock In the evening. F. C. Williams wan eltctod moderator and .1, W. Iteilmon.l clerk. The reports ot the village olllcers were leild and accepted and the showing wns: total Indebtedness, rM,'.'.!.M; decteaso In debt last year, SI, ISMii. W. H. Laligewny wns elected a trilleo for three years mid K. A. Cook for tin re years for water commissioner. The old board or Ihe wardens nnd audi tors were re-elected. A tax ot 23 cents Was voted. Coinnionclnir April -I the noodrlch Me morial library will be open from nine a. m. iinlll nine p. m, every Sattiuhiy, Mrs. Clara liubln-sun Is In Muslim. L. I.. Tracy claims lo have had peas up enough to be plainly seen on .March L. 1'. Kay hns bought the J. H. Htooks farm in Coventry. Austin Douglas, who was burnt tl nut at the Fnlrhrothor & Chile lite, has moved back In Covenlty. Arthur Mansiir, who has been visiting his pat cnls, Col, anil Mrs, ,. M, Manstir, iias returned to Hurllhgtnii. The price of lumber was advanced about il n thousand on all kinds April 1 by l'rotity & Wilbur. MORGAN. Maurice Hurbatik hns gone In Canaan to work. Ills wife Is caring for Mrs. May llyc, who was taken suddenly ill a few days ago. The doctor fears appendicitis, (.', 1. Monro has leturiied from his lios ton tilp to the automobile show. He will probably make somo change with his ma chine when the roads get good. All unite in hoping the Methodist minister, the Mev. Newton, will be returned here for another year. (Jr.i Hurroughs will gather cream again this season. IVople here tin not remember of llndlng Mayllowers In March any previous venr. but we have thein this year. C. K. Stevens of West Derby has taken the Itevolr place for live years. Lewis Dalloy Mulshes work this week nr J. H. Not, is and goes to Hock Island, 1'. y April 1. LOWElL. Mrs. A. 11, Harding of Worcovter, Mass., is visiting at Frank I hireling's. While, splitting wood on ThuiMlay. L-slie Head ley laid the misfortune to split open his fool. Charles Cross the boy so badly ii. .lured in Montgomery, while working for Nelson Hall k n'tiipnuy, has been moved to his lather's, Jury Cioss's. Dayton Harding and wife of Stark, N. II., were calling on relatives and friends in town last week. Miss Lizzie Stlckney ot Ncw poit I'entei. is stopping with her sister. Mrs. (ieorge I'm tlx a low days. Mrs. Kiln Curtis is In Ho.-iton this week. C. F. Ivldy paid the patrons of the Lowell creamery 'Si cents per pound for butter during the mouth of February. The fol lowing schools have been supplied in town. Village higher tlepartnn nt, Alice Cllbirl: piimary. Alloc Siilnnir: north, Annie (Whorl; ' ititli. Hrace Watson; Stcbblns. Delia Heiiwaro; (ielo. Hv.i Sul Ih.ili, l.aelair, Alice Laclalr. Schools will begin Apnl l;.. Hollo Stnnnaril has been oligaged to teach the biterim ellale de partment of the graded school at Jeffer-.-oiivillle. Her term In gins April 1:'.. Uiileii Skinner Is home for a short visit Iimiii Itock Island, Que. Carl Winchester Is lionm for a short vacation from Frank lin. Mass., where he lias been attending school. WESTSFIELD. Tho liinibermon are having un imiitially good time to rait their logs down the river. The water Is high and denied f i tun ice and the weather Is lino. Jll.es Hirtha Wursthorne of Troy lu to tench in district No. I this spring; Mrs. L S. .Miller In the village nrlmaiy; Mark Warner In tho mill distriit; Jllss Hrnee Kvarts In Troy in tin Tiuiit pass district. -.Misses Alleo Gilbert. Annie (illbert and Delia Mehware teach in Lowell this spring, c.onig. Moot Is clerking tor II. D. .Miller. Jlis. Thomas. Kill; nnd .Mis. Charlea Hllbilt are visiting relatives In JI.is.sii clnisetts. The Congregational Ladles' Aid society will ni.ei with Mrs. Don Wood worth this wed Thursday. ( ientleincn are Invited to t-a. Wallace rillpln of the .Monitor olhce, H.irton, was home last week Tor a 'hurt NIL The itev. Hubert Thomson of Hnmok' . Turin y. ihe mis sion iry supliortc.l ' the l 'oligregatl.in.il Chun lies of Orleans county, w ill Nit Ami lie a ibis year and will speak at New port. Jli.y lo. at North Troy the evt nlng of .May 10, and spend the following day al Niwport. .May 11' he will be at Lowell, 1.; at Wisthehl. II at Tiny and .May 1". at l)erb . This will be u gn at ploasuie to the two churches. BROWNINGTON. This town is al present freo from town paupeir. the llrst time lnr more than years.- Jlrs. Joseph Colt and Hassle i'agi', who were being supported by the town, have slnee .Man h J been removed, Jlis. Coll having gone to Klgin, ill., to li v" wllh her sou and Oihsk- I'ago to the Slate Industrial school ut Vcrgenncs. CRAFTSBURY. ci.u.i H. Allen left last Tuesday for Wa-lllllgton, D. C, whole- she epee;s to meet Dr. Malley and wifi. They will re niain there for a few weeks' sight seeing. Jlis. A. I'.id.loek was tailed to Nt w York last Thuisilav by tin- st rlous Illness of their il.tugbli r, Mrs. Carrie i'addock 1'ralt. Dakota (Ieorge Henry Howard H home from Kxeter. N. H., for a vacation of one week, The Christian Kndoavor social at K. A. Dutlon'R last Friday evening wns an un usually pleiisuut occasion. 1 1. S. And ross, n former resident Is boarding nt N. II. Keniiey's. Fred Slloer's little daughter Is boarding nt W. 1'. Kaiser's. WEST CHARLESTON. A Miss Jones from Sl.-J.ouls will preach nt the Congregational Church next Sun day morning. H Is i xpected thai she will occupy the pulpit till a paslor T hired. Hemic Wilson Is again working In tho postolll-'' for Cieorge Hrackelt. Henry Culklngi has been very sick, but Is now Improving. Tlie townspeople have tlecld etl to sell the town farm and personal property and hire the paupers boauled. N. i'lper will board them. ORANGE COUNTY RANDOLPH There Were six who took the teachers' examination, which was conducted hero this week by F. li. ITIehurd, the county examiner. Fred (loodrlch iind Kruesl Luce were In court Friday, being arrested on complaint of Heulth Olllcer Dr. A. (. Malley. on Hie chaigo of breaking Hie iiuarnntino law. Hoth panics wont hi mid out of their house rigartlloss of the iitiaraiitine on the house for a case, of scarlatina. Luce was lined $ and costs and (ioodilch was lined SJO with costs. Luce paid Ids line but tloodrlch could not get money enough to pay his line nnd was taken to Itutlund Saturday and will have to work It out In the wol k house. Mis. Leroy Sargent lias purchased th" Alliert Hastings place on school sireet and Albeit Hastings has purchased the (illicit bum em Camp lirook, Jjethel, and has moved his family there. Julian Crow, who atlouds tho lT. X. M., is homo lor the Faster vacation. D. C. Woodward accompanied Ficd Hoodriih to Rutland Saturday. Mr. riood rl. h will have to servo a sentence of l:'l days for breaking the iiuarnntino law'. Mis. Charles Hodges went lust Thurs day to Philadelphia, Pa., whore she- will spend several weeks with her daughter, Mrs. l'.ii Iridge. Henry Wills died this morning at the homo of his daughter, Mrs. (ieorge I .ape, yi s.iorday morning. Mr. Wills eame here from his homo In Mrookllold about thpe weeks ,-igi) mill w'us taken sick soon alln-In- caine bore, ilrlp seemed to be tho cause ol his death. Mrs. M. T. II inker of Washington. D. C, who Is remembered by ninny friends bore as Mis. H. L. Cludditir.", was recently I-1 ti d vlef-iirosieiii of the Washington hoelety of Vormontors. The society's- a,i. tuiiil sugar party has been arranged for ipill li. A. L. Adams sold ,i portion of Ids house hold goods al auction Monday morning ii. d will not l.o-p house any longer. RANDOLPH CENTRh Hrncst S.nvver and David Htinhar ire paw intr wood for II. H. Tracy UiN wt ok. H. I.. TIIkoii N on the sit k ll.-t thl" vci'i. Owen Seymour l a lime heller. Mrs. M. I. Church hav returned from lit r l-it to l hieiiKo. Mrs. II. '1. Tiaey nnd dniiKh ti r returned last .Monday from Kh.-cx, wle'iv she has hi en to visit her father who lives there. Quite a uomlicr of oiu peoplo attended ihe promenade Saturday I iil;;hl al tin .Vorui.il lull. .1. C. Ileli.mil an. I 11. IX Wheeler had toll phones pat In! their houses last week, Alson 1'rnle's inotner is siei; atrain. .Mrs. II. li. I'.iik has her mother staying ,ulth hor while .Mr. I'iiIko Is In Xow York with 111- brother. Lincoln Morse is vniniim slowly. CHELSEA. News has lieen ree-elvetl at our local pintolhco that a rural mail delivery route luiv lieou estaollshcil on the w ' t side of the town oomprisliiK the whole territory from iishlnKlon line to Tunliriiliie. No appointment of mall canlur Is yet an nounced, lint either John H. ( orllss or Leslie II. rimllh will iluiihthss lm si loet- . Mills .M. ('. Morey. am d 72. who hav stiffen il from many allmeiilv durtiiK the pavt jear, ieeeiitl tiled at his homo on ICavt Hill ami was hurkil from tho Melh otilst Chin eh, the itev. W. 11. Allen, tho p.otor. olllei.ttinu. 11. s r d in arly ihr. e ais inn hut the civil Win as u memlier of Co. c, ith Vt. Vols., and has boon a much lespittod elllzen of lids ti.wit fur seveinl yeai.s. Wesley I'nderhlll. all i m- ployo in tin- bobbin factory, hail ills lower lip severol cut last w e. k by a it.iiiiR bn hln. 11. W. liace.n, lined 7:. a w oP-t.i-ilo fanner, who lived for a Koneratioii next tlie South Washington ineelhiK house, wns limit tl last week Monday, having died af ti r a loiiK sh Uness of paralysis. The Hi v V. K. Alkn i.IUclateil al the funeral.' LnM Sutiuday I'oieiioon a shoit funeral vervleo was held at the homo of Mr. John H. li.icon iivr the body of Miss Helen, the i;:-year-old daughter of Hon. John I.. Hat on of White Itlver Junction, the iiov. Herbert J. Wyckeiff, pastor of the CoiiKrciratlonal Chmch ritllclatiiiK there and also at the cemetery where the remains worn tomporaiilv deposited in tho family null. Mis. William F. Hood is vIsltiiiK her daughter, Mrs. Call llelmor, in New York city.-The annual meethiK of Chelsea Ihitertalnnient association oc curs, at Ihe town clerk's ollli e em Mon day evenlni? next at 7 o'clock. I ion. John li. Saiiforil of Slumlord, stale highway commissioner, met ihe road oommiKsleui er.v of this county Tuesday last anel hold intere.tins sessions hoth forenoon ami af ternoon. He rode from Hand'iloh with J. li. Wells, the ro.ld eominl Js loner of thai town, who has I n In conllnuos ser- vlee vine,, the present law oaine in force In lMi.1. Mahlon C. l'lainleis of TuiihiltlKo Is the null other eoiimilcMuticr in this county who has served an cuiial time. BROOKFIELD. On Wedner-day of last week the com iuunlt wns shocked by the sudden diath of Uiiando Italph. In the niornlm,- he was at the creamery and attended to his iiv.mil ilutiis. After dinner he slept for a while nnd (hen complained uf pot feelliiK well. Death came about four o'clock be fore medical aid was supposed to he need ed The funeral was intended al tho house on 1'iiday, the Hev. H. II. Aher croinble ollliialctl. The Masonic Lodno intended in a hotly and conducted the ser vices at the Kravo. The deceased leaves u wife, anil son Fred, who rtsldea In ('uncord, N. 11. Miss Anna Clark lias been at home fiom her sohool In Franilnitliam, Mass., to which she returned Monday. (icoi-Kc Whca'tloy and Lima I'rlco are takliiB a vacation at home. Mr, and Mrs, Wlllnrd Mcdcalf Rave i very pleasant re ci ptlou to Mr, anil Mrs. KiiKene Marshall on VednlSlhly rvenlliK of last week. About Si) Kticsts wcro present to enjoy the evenliiK, leuvliiK many tokens to show their esteem for Mr. and Mrs. Marshall. Cako and Ico cream were served. Mrs. ISdwIn SpniKiio Is slek with the prevalllni,' tllsleimier. . W. i'arnienter was In Harre several days last week on business. The tear-here for the schools In town are us follows: Wist llrooklhiil district, Ida Circuit: Allis district. Lilla Chndwlck; Hear Hill dlslrii l Amy WalhrldRe; IiIkIi school. Vie Havh lower Kiatle, ICdlth Smith: North br.nieh, Urace llacon: South llranch, Mlsv Lewis, Conlor, Susie How ard: Hast I llll. Ilernlce Flint; ICast lilll, south, Miss Austin, BRADFORD. Mrs. O. A. Ildltlwhi went to lioston Tuesday where she will lomaln for a few weeks. Miss Kdlth Smith Is spend ii, a week's vacation nt hor homo In .South l'aliiee.-1'rof. nnd Mis, F. VI. Pilchard of H.iudolph came Saturday lo visit their parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Prlchurd. A. M. Danforth hns moved Into tho Ur, Doty house, Miss Alice. Jrlacon returned Thursday from Cam brldiiC N. V., wheiro slie has been spend InK several weeks' with her sister. School closed Vriday for a week's vaca tion. Frank McDuiteo of Albany, N. Y was a guest of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Kvrrott McDulfee Inst woek, Miss Lillian Martin la at Iho homo of her parents, Mr, iiuil Mrs. II It. Martln.-K, (1, King of Woleott Is ntleiidliit? school, nnel hoard liiir Willi Mrs. U K. Wilson -Miss Mary Noyt'H went lo IJiliou, N II Monday In woik Waller Low of llrookhn, N" Y , was a Kiiuat at the Low mansion Sun day, hut has returned to his homo nt cuiiipaiiicd hy Ills anil Kenneth. MIsh ii. W. ALLEN & CO. The third day of our greatest and most attractive OPENING EXHIBIT IN THE CLOAK and SUIT DEPARTMENT Will open with even greater attractions than yester day or the day before. The most brilliant gathering of rich and elegant Gowns of every description this Store has ever known. Large additions are constantly being made to the exhibit and to-day it will reach a point never before equalled or even attempted. In addition to our own great stocks one of our leading Manufacturers will be here TO DAY with his full sample collection, which fact affords an opportunity to select from a wider range of beautiful new new models than any store could possibly show in any other way. These are excellent reasons why the Suit department should be filled with tasteful people to-day. It's an ex hibition of importance to the women of this City. They are invited to come, look and admire even thoueh not having the least idea of buying. Among the items of especial interest are : Tailor made White Voile Gowns. Evening Coats and Carriage Wraps of White, light grey ana tcru Twine Cloth. Tailor finished Gowns from most recent Paris models in light grey. Royal Blue and Ecru Etamine and Voile. Taffeta Silk and Shautlng Pongee tailored Gowns and Coats in White, light tan and other light colorings. Taffeta Silk, Peau de Soie Etamine and Voile outside Garments, great variety, entirely new and elegant in de sign. Beautiful Evening Waists of Lace, Chiffon, Batiste, Crape de Chine and Peau de Cygne. Separate Dress Skirts of White Voile, Twine Cloth and Mistrals. Walking Suits 100 new models to choose from, great variety of new materials made in every con ceivable new way. H. . ALLEN & CO. ANOTHER GREAT SALE. A Drapery and Rug Sale.! ... 0 Since our carpet sile lias bejn in progress we have become over- a whelmed with orders. Our imkin? room is" worked far over time. We beg the indulgence ot our patrons, assuring them that we are in our power'toget the work out on time. To lighten up 4 take from Mr Wood's stock all the RUGS AND DRAPERIES and offer them at quick clearance prices. A. WILTON R.UGS. $ i'. wu-o $Jf ivi. now V ". t T s:!lo-t. were S.i'H"' now (:'".'. ? :i.L'. wire $loim. n s.',".i. I a.YKi tu. CARPET CLEANING. A i'.-i w.roM'Vi now ' ' ""4 "' Mr Wt" 1 in this lino 7 '. ... ,, Is now i utisolliUti u with thi' stote V 7-.XP-.. w.i- i. . new , Kl li,)nr ,(1 , , ,,.,, Y 3li, W.r. '). now i.ron!t'- and well rt Ht el.i im t Fiances Simp-ou of Memtp. Her spent San.b.N with h r sisl. r. Miss Alio. Mrs, Wanin I'neh.iitl ot Navba.i. N. II., v ilu uiicot of J. 1). W. tiich. ud's tills week. WILLIAMSTOWN. Teachers e'i!?.iReil for the sprlnp: term to open April -i. are as follows: floss ton school, Hlsle 11. l'oore of Heiiin; A. K. M. u lm. Cerliiiile Slodil.irel of Walts Held; So ulh Hill, Flora L. CloRston of Win ester; il. W. LymlJ. Marlon M. Dana ot Waitsll.id; lllai;e primary, Kiuiiiu K. Adams; Interiui di.ibf. Hello Ii. Hobinsoii; Rianini.tr. Mis. ltla M. T. Wood; hisli. Maiion lle.isloi.l of Char lotte; U.i jtlt street. Maiion Lord of Washlnsloli; O. W. Cram, Horniee I. Momi of l'.al'.ersllelil; Quarry primary, Anna li. (ioitlen of Montipller; Intorined lale. i.ortrnilo 1. I'hllllps of Lyndon; Riammar, Cora C. Kennedy of Wntor bnry: S. ,tv, r, Hiuni.i M. Clark: H.uld (.ale. Horn A . l'latt: Heil Moot Insihiinse, Mary 11. Ihlev of Cnioii ill. me. Th,. Woolcut and (1. L. Williams schools are not et piovltled for. All the above nre t xpei leiieeel itaehers, none liaMUR taiiRlit It s than iwo lerni.s, and most of the number liuins lanshl vcral years, of the sIMoeii mi ullone-il. only live live In town. Chai les H. Heiiediet, who has been iniployed hy M. A.ySinlth the past .ear, Is vlslllnu his cluri n In HuiiliiK lon. llosoa Fuller of "tVairen has lately visited his couviu, .Mrs. Iltnry Uiltlln J. I-C. Lynde has had tho bulldiiiR op the east end of the store. u.-'d hy 11. .1. Lasell as Ice-box and refiiRorator, lorn down and will enlaiKc iiutl remodel It.-lMward Dutton has rented the lower tenement In l 'has. Slaples' house at the village and will move here In the near future. JIenr J. Mai tin will soon open a fisli market in I lm basement of William Sehoiiold s house on Main street. Lew Is M. Seavcr went lo New Voik the lh. nil, lo lie absent for a week or more. At iv moetiiiK of the directors shortly beforo ho h ft town, (leoiRe 13. Wllber was up lilnted superintendent of the Mil ios for the elisuiiiR year. CeorRo L. I'Mson was III New York nnd ni.ston last week re.ti!llltHK home on Frldaj. RUTLAND COUNTY BrtANDON. Hodney Mather tiled at his home In Sud bury Friday at the ao of "ii years. He Is suivlveil by a wife, one son, ami two daughters. The funeral was held at Ills Into liniutt Sunday iifiornooii al 1 o'clock, Itev. M. J. Hale olllclalliiR. (.'apt. Miller had chai'Ro. Miss llnttle La rook of Schenectady, X, V,, spent Sunday with her parents in town. William I'reslou has moved Into Ihe Knapp house on Carver sireet. V. II. Johnstone of Albany, ,V, V., Is spending a few days In tow;. Madame Larock Is confined to the house with the grip. Charles Hnll and Hay FarrliiRton of the U. V. M. mo spending a few elnjs' vaca tion In town. S. W, Jones has moved into tho Man Chester block, Conant Pnnare, and Dr. U, L. Aveiill will oroupy the Prime house vacated by Mr. Jones Mrs. LiKicn Nichols Is a hie lo he oul alter a niouih s Illness with thu Blip. TlionuiH Si n;er has moved to tie Wll llauu fnriu wiilih In n entlv putt has . I and Capt II H'iiki r will move Into the house ni tiled In 'I'hoin.iH Si liner Mis John llowi mil tl iurIHoi- I'dlth, who have been spending the winter in La- doing a. work we PORTIERES. Porty pairs of Portieres ilorv. .it ibout half pi P-e I i' dr wit" $10. now Jl.'"'. J our w.n $7 . now Sl.m i pair w "le 'a, now Jl f. in ! ur w I'e , in.J "..L1 ww A: i i'.i.vette. Intl., have returned. Mis. Laut-i tl.- chattel ton returned Mon ti, i Irom a l-lt in Kutjaud. Mrs. .1. 11. Kelley is seriously ill at her homo on Franklin street. BENSON. The Rev. Charles IClward J lltcho-iok. who has been the faithful paslor of thn lleiivon CoiwrcRational Church for the past pi years, pre.ie hed his farewell ser mon last Sunday to a full audl"!ue. composed of loth Methodist and fonuiv Ratlnnnl p -nple. He. leaves with his fam ily, conslstim,- of a wife and two children, this week and will irn tn his form, r homo in lihio.-Ocnro Hoyettc and lainilv have inoed Into their in'wiy purchasul house on Main viieet. Mr. Heyelto has one of the bert places In the villiiKe. Waltei llamniel ami wife, who have been visit ing hero for three weeks, left for their hntne ir Ilobb's Ferry on Tiles lay of this wt ek Hlanchu lieU'on returiiod luune last Tbilisi!. ly on account of the llliu ss ol her mother. Th" iiinil Is so dtep iho hlRhways aie almost Inipav-a'de. Fn d Klmc -mil wife, who hie lived in loo house with Mis. James Drv. v tor somu time, an- inmlnR Into Airusn C-inu ' noose.-Flor. nre Alden and lilac Hu.-ln s of Fail Ilia en are vNltiiiK at Hert Wisi Miss Helen Hjsoin, who his boon a truovt at . S. Rise un's for " r.il weeks, vtnitetl for her home In North Pi kota last week. The uii'tlen sale of tho person il prepert of the lite !: i' H iw -I rd. which took place last Thuisilni, w.is well attended and Mils were nftlvo. WASHINGTON COUNT? MONTPELIJP. Dwulit 11. Mason, for the past 1.' years Iii.iuaijer of the local Wi-iorn I'nlon lele Kraph oilue, has re.slRne.1. His resiRna tkm will tako clToct April 1. Mr. Mason Is not to leave tho city but Is to devote his time tei other Inislin ss. His siicccsvor has not .vet been named. Tlie executive committee of tho Wash ington County Voter .in?" ass.a Ialion met Friday In annul Army lull in this city mid voted to link1 ihe annual reunion at liewcy Park, Monti'olier. on Wednesday and Thursii ay. June ii and 25 next. This reunion has been held for several years duilni: the last week in AiiRilst, anil the date is eivuiR-ed this year so .is not to conlllt t with the national encampment at San Francisco. Col. Albert Clarke of lies ton, secretary of the Home Market club, Senator W. I". nilliiiKli.iin, (.'oiiRit ssumh Klttrldse Hnskins and Hen. W. W. Henry. Hulled Stalls miisiil at Quebec, will be invited to deliver addresses at this June reunion. Mrs. II, H. Densmore died Friday at the home of I. T. Ilanney on Nt Isoi. street, after a brief Illness, lined si years. Funeral services will bo conducted by the Itev, L. K. Willmiiii Monday mornliiR mil tin. b.idy will be taki n to Clareiiionl, N. II., for burial. In bankruptcy court Saturday mnrnlnu flual dlsposllton was m.ido of tin cam of Michael Vnllely of Harre and Ihe trVs lee wns dlfeiui'Ked. This case was te tuarkablo from tho fact that one huntlrctl cents on the dollar was paid on all ap proval e latins of creditors and the bank rupt received MC.27 tho balance romain Iner Th' reason tiila istulc nuule s(1, i, in eM-ellent filiowiiiR was the ciellnr belle v I tin bankrupt had poiIiIur on Wlioh Ihiv coultl rea'lzi eiul tilt I r i lo pioic th Ii liiilms bciore tin ton Ihnll ipii'Oil ii i niln it ton lor the i ir i. ii iltrU and . 1 1 1 1, r In ht In il iinslollici will I In UI at , tip I dual buildliiH in tins city on 'Weiiiudny, May i. Apple ail n Hint lm IIP t! on tu- before; Saliiruaj, Au i it; A. V. Amlnww ,,. MWs Mind ( 1,'ll'd w.le linrrb I Sitliir.bn iiiu.i I I i III V. (illy C. Llllt'SIIII a ,l T' I1!' . I Knvt Llbrrly utieel. Mr. n,l .Mr drev.-H went lo Hoslon Siitiitl n leu i. r 1 brief wedding Hip, 'I'. J. Delivltt lo, evei li,!ofln..tMi .M, lay from the pcimlr.u tl, ...irlnn nt that the pension of ilexti r M, ode . . , , i 1, 1 rle had boon lin reused rrom $11 to SI? . inmin A shoit I .in'- bolero ('i,t,trr, uiiouriiKi Mr. Moody wiolo SeiiaU.i lJiiuL.i m, m roKatd lo this hiereiisn hik! it.,n ,1 i,.- plv (hat th" si natiir wnnld viw It per sonal (I tt.'lll I'Ul. He did SO, b I Mir ,..r( .so o.iine lm, late to benefit Mi. M ,ui . ! II. 7iatlleld of Ha odoli J, , l May Mnthows, tin; Harre Ire ! u Mls wore married Sunday e venim,' to i n J A. Ward, p.ivtor of tho Ht op, , i Mr. ami Mrs. Chatflold wool i 1- tiolph on Hi.. mldiiKlil train. M lieltl Is the barber who was mm nssunlioil by Chnrles Wcvt, .mot' hor, in the Central Veniont I. rid,-" ilty on the ivenini," of I. bru.ir lor wbl'h assault Wist i- now Setltl'lltt: In Ihe House of Co;r Itutlund. Chatliold has ouh r t coM retl from his Injuries. ihe iii.iii.ibIiiij editor of lb' N Sun has Inter, stotl hlmv.lf m br i i body of Max K. Sever nice to n v u 1 t o in' ' ri j b Mm t t e and the youiiK man s mother ti n.tsiiraiieos that tho b. d will r poller, probably sum tune In .1.1 time of Ids death, Mr Sev, ran w.t t in-respondent at MiiII.l lor tl. S' ff Tin. 4Sth blrtluhn .f II . I: !' tlirr W. J. O'SulIlvun in1, irriil "i, I ho oeoiivon was cl'irut'il 1 . nd nirlv of tin eomn, re i il tl j, St. Mlctutti's school 1 - .in eel in the solum! build. Suiid n Father O'Sulllvuii w . lb" , bantl uni.' surplice nnd -'-iiikoii.., of rotnembr.i'o o. Tie n .it d C. I), ir'rn ' of rt ne i t .if moo) nl' i i f a. r i o' 1 -1-w re Mr . nd d bv MNs Mm Mat U ,i ! I H tiSuUh.i'i mudc ii hippy mi Ii u - i ' pt.i in ... In .ttv court Monlnv .li.dMn t u ren.lei r.i bv ,)uir( Woodward i i i i i of T. W. Kiie.ni VS. White .; ( , w was irn 1 S.iiuiil.iv nflornoi'ii. T o rivo iiidRint nt that the plaintifl r r $1 7" ami hi- tosts. Tho pUlnip' i iltiimed a frelirht lull ot about ', wi wav illvdllnwi tl. The siitroR it. 's oiH. o In X. w 1n-k b aollliet the city or Monti" Imt ,1 . t'i i It v liiuvt jih y h tax Jl'.'u .1, II re r.( iho tianaf'r lax on 11 e late f J i, Huboiird. Tho t Ity - to ri'dip S- i 1 v , Iho amount of Mr. II ibb.u portioned to the e t- tf fr irty in New York t i. Mi. iJ.'i.nmi for n eh.ipt I and a Mount cemetery, and the ii, tleui of that amount, n.ihz t-rly already sold. ! R . 1- v II i ' id .r ..ir I I ft i m . i i r- a p. p- NORTHFIELD. F. A. Jnnrs and F. N. C. f. v with tin ir f.imlllos lia - -i 1 wlnttr at Pi sad! na, C.il.i ,t pi ot. d tu return to nrtn; . Ollls" of a few week-. A-lie. t I nil family who have be ri p II S ior tin p.-ust two .seals also cpi t r turn to Not tlilield to m.iU- ti. u ( tiie lourvo of th.- mxt -i n. .i The nrjw Masonic hull will 1 dene ui Ihr S-ii or of April. It is srir i the Ri'.mel master antl oth. r t ile rs lb Rriiiul IoiIr,. ssill l iu ..it. no , that the e Vint sslll be .ui .i.spn i In lot al M.isonio circles. A c nun t has been appointed to make, urr ifR-'-m. tor a dedication ball In the rv in r The lies. K. M. Fuller of Hurl" . Stale superintendent of the Venn, w s dn Sdiool association, spoke in Hie t rd iratiuuul Church Sunday m-'T g ttetl tlie Methodist and I'nis-oisaii-' i nnd spoke In tho Methodist Cbur . i , t evoniiiR. F. L. Colburn Is muvins hi . Mi Abbott house on Central street, m,, Riven up his apartments at tie li ' The Hev. V. II. Hcoil of H. tliC )led tho pulpit 111 tho L'nlversallst Cii ,r Sunday In exchange, with the 1! lor Dole. W William I'ervler Is recovering f' m ri'Tiit serious illness. Arthur Wondall Field, tho y. of Mr. and Mrs. li. L. Fn hi. t . . r. the ninth blrthdav Satun! is te. . entertrilnhiR a party of :T, i s ( , Th" ss at lunt lor t!.r, 1 1 no el inn li .s been 1 'e.i .,. i ol 11 artu l.-s. Ju ii.. 'in.j.i io i Pi m (i rlli les t-.-I.ir. r to r. i cle. tK.n of ollit ers litre i. i .if the vlll.i'.-c will i .-horl?. ! t i to m-iall ii.mmer. Kl el. tr.e .-nl.- the viIUirc Mm i- Th-r. . at C,onldsMllo ss1 in It i-, . ssouhl lie r! id 1 . - llsh'.v i- i lie- Center. The m- . 1 r is , ' ,i t r , Tin-silay os oni'iR in si'I.li, hill iilo s Ill.tRe tr-i-t .-hive t made ar: i',u m- I - u- ,i ;.. i ! tile insit. 11 "1 ,i' 1 1 'onriollt li irn liRht i 1 . "t n ..I a. ti t h ot M.ntin II mil i, 'houRh . i m applii alio ,s for il.- j '.ceh. is. I.. r T. L. Snosv of I: nr. is in .bar, cut. Mrs. F A. J. i - "id ehtl.li-r i ' s rived home fr un l'a-.i.ni i i t ss here tins his s . nt th" i. . -t ss Mr. .lonov ssill remain in Ci i , leSV WeiUv, Mrs Sarah (Hiulser) WHT. ii lv 111 and II Is fi arod e n, l- . ' time She recently suff- ml tss ,i, shocks. FAYSTON. John H. and J. P. Thump- i l.pv riiii svork on their ursv 1m'- V StroiiR, l-'rank Whltcumb .i d Minor are doiiiR the work Mrs ,1 Lis IrRHoro Is on Ihe vjeU lit ., ' S. Maxwell. Francis It Hi.- U ilaiitU llmi bliwsoni h; the . u ! i M 1'1-Miss Hmlly H. ,Iob-!.,;i i t from Kantlolpn school for oi . sv k be- WARREN. Mr". Lvdi.i A. Sai-Rent died T!-nft.-rnoon, March :i. i'l - fi ' hold from her late reskl-1 . S Mar. Il I'.': the Hex. L. Hri.-l un II. C. Goer tnklnp e'liiL-e M - S r 1 1 s w s I i ss.is ihe ssuloss uf the kite J - i- tj Rent antl h avi s thr.i . nil Ir. i C. SaiReut. Mrs. Jen"., l: Hi- t Itandolph and Willie Ji S.n. nt ci Wa - ren. WATERBURY. Mrs. Emtiiiu Strasv pa-.- n us ij- i", f . day at the .iro of 71, if i s- , weeks' Illness. Sha leav. s tsvo n in, HviuR In Iowa mid Chnrle-. wl ret y lias been liviiiR at honn , and tsv u ' tors. Mrs. Hrssiu Coob y. r. -ido r ss ami Miss Hna, a trained nur.- ss t. ' boon at home several sveeks . arn her mother. Mrs. Straw I. in Istd a tosvu all her life, antl Is well k irwi 1 iamlly huso tlie sympathy of a 1. Irieiitls, A. !'. Cannertly has iv.os-ed hL in "-, svho Is in very poor hcilih, i in home in Jiuxbury to his lioinc n. M i btreot. The llyp.nla dub ssill me.-t or 1- i ty at tho home of Mrs. Stanhs 1 '! nrrf is iho pioRiamnie: "The Study r ' a Typiuil Flosscr." Mrs. KiIIork 1 o Means Taken to Insiiie Hiass I t rl liga tion." Mrs. Palmer, "Divinln I of Seeds." Miss Wells; "How Pint I'r ) tecl Theniselves." .Miss Park r ' Jo r al of Current Hvcnis," Mrs. KuiRht The Phllomallieaii club will nu . t 1 iday at their chili rooms. This Is to In ' Humor ists' D.iv," and the follossiiiR loples will lie discussed: Hull call; anecdotes Domes lite Science,'' "Domestic Pests," Mrs. Mm so. Vermont. "Humorous Slorles Al u t Noied Vcrmonters." Mrs. Arivs Mood.x , "Art Famous Cailenturlsts," Mrs. Wt Is, "American Humorists." Mrs. Honrs , readmit, "Hill Nye on Hornets ' Mis, Strannhan. A party of Mr. and Mrs. Phdo Tossio s (Continued ou seventh t ibc), Dr. H. A. Barker. Eye, Ear, Throat, and Nose Only. In ..u-s I I .1 M is ' M s isi S li I II i ' I' slSie Hayward Block, Diirlinstcn, Vermont. wl'l tf.