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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS: THURSDAY, JULY 0, isww.
YERMONT LOCAL NEWS
(Continued from third page)
Itowinnd lins gono to work for C. Lam
pier delivering goods. Tlioro will bo a
plonk of tho Haptlst Sunday school In
11 H. t'fford's grove July 8. -Tho Hon.
John Kondrlck Iiiik spent several days
at his homo, llo has been (pillo sl k
hut Ik hotter. Miss Jennie Hallnrd of
Hastings, Neb., Is visiting her nuul. ii'-.
Kdgnr Hoyden. H. 11. Muck was on do
Flek list Inst week. A. D. rrfoid ' '.
his place on tho mall route. Miss O:
l'lerce Is somo belter, Miss Lev.
Plultsburgh, N. Y., Is visiting her
Mrs. James Lewis. Mrs. Nash no
of Nebraska was called to Fairfax
10. to attend tho funeral of Mrs. N.
Bister, Miss Smith.
Mrs. John Coiusloek died very sud
denly on Thursday morning of heart
lallurn, being sick only a few bonis. The
luneral was held from her late homo on
Sunday afternoon, tho How i 1). l'lerce
officiating. Jlrs. Cnmstock was a woman
of rrmarknblp sweetness and heiuly of
character, and many estimable and love
ablo Units, which drew to her the es
teem and affection of all who knew her,
or came within her Inlluence. She Is sur
vived by two brothers, A. L. Hall of
Hnkorsfleld, Dr. Hall of Franklin, a sis
ter, Mrs. William Hurt of Ihiosborgh
Falls, a husband ami one son, II. (5.
Comstnck of Towksbniy, Mass., to mourn
her loss. Mr. und Mrs. H. G. Cumstnoli
of Tewkshurj-, Mass., are In town called
here by tho death of Mr. Comstnck s
mother. Miss Sadie Janes and Louise
Clnpp were In St. Albans over Sunda.
Mrs. James has returned from a visit at
St. Albans. Mrs. Leander Shlnn return
ed on Tuesday from a visit at South Hny
nltoii. Lillian Ooff of Hoston visited in
town recently. Hayden Shlnn is not as
well as usual. Kddle Domino and wife
of Boston are visiting at his lather's.
Darius Domlna's. Caloy I'ombs visited
In St. Albans over Sunday. olive Miller
has finished work at St. Alb.ins and re
turned home.-Tbe Ladles' Aid society of
tho Methodist Church met last week at
Joseph Hoe's. Mrs. Anio.-.i Lopper is on
tho sick list. Dr. and Mrs. C. O. Sndth
have returned from an online at Hghgate
Springs. Mrs. II, II. Scott has returned
from Hlchford. Miss Alice GooilspooilJ
is visiting at Hast Horkshlre. F.rnost
Combs had the misfortune to havu ills
ankle sprained la.st week while at woik
In the mill.
GRAND ISLE COUNTY,
A sail yacht owned Ty V. H. lingers
and in charge of his sailor, capsized
Thursday in riattsburgh Hay In a scpiall.
The man clung to the boat till help ar
rived from I'lattsburgli when they towed
the yacht to Gordon's Landing -The en
tertainment and supper held Wednesday
pvenlng by the ladies to henellt the ceme
tery fund was given In a full limine. The
Kross receipts were $10 -About -m couples
uttended the dance Friday evening at
J aywood. Tho dance was given in the
large barn being built. When completed
It is said will bo the finest barn in the
State. -The Ladles' Aid society will meet
at Mrs. S. HuynoM's Thnr.sd.ij fur tea.
J. 11. Hutberford presented to the high
school 'Wednesday last a large and hand-f-ome
hanging lamp. Mrs. II. W. ilago
left last week for n visit in Crown 1'oint.
-Miss Cora 1'n'ord of Filifax visited
lit K. l'lford's last week. Summer guests
nro arriving daily.
Mr. Town has been laid up with a soro
foot for several day. Mr. and Jlrs.
Charles Starkes of Springfield. Mass.,
nro visiting at Mr. Starki s's. Mrs. Kid
der has gone to Hoston for a trip. Mrs.
31111 of Ottawa, Que., is spending a w
Weeks with Mrs. Hustard. Miss Kmma
rierce of Kutlnnd is visiting at L. F.
Koule's. A good many from hero went
to S wriu ton and Hurlingtnii the Fourth.
Sir. and Mrs. Jed 1. Ladd .spent scoral
lays in Hurllngton last week. Tho
Ladies' guild of Albany will have a sn
i lal at Mrs 1'atton's on Tuesday, .Illic
it, afternoon and evening. A good time
is promised and a good crowl expected.
The object is to increase the building
fund for the Kpiscopal Church to be
rotted at Alburgh. Fied Wllley trom
.Albuigh took Henry Ladd's ilaee in the
custom house whllo he. was away last
About Son people from hero and the sur
rounding towns attended the cob brat Ion
here the Fourth. It was the biggest
held in this town for several ye.us. One
of the most interesting hull games of
the season was played in the forenoon
between the South Jlero Heds and tho
Grand Islo AVhitcs. The scoie being Jo
to lil in favor of the South Hero Heds.
In tho afternoon tho potato race was mm
by Tnmas Santor. The boy iaee was
won by Joe White. Tho thicc-h ggod
race was won by Hert Irish and Joe
White. Joe White climbed the grons, d
polo and won tho prize of $J. Alsou
Donavnn won tho 100 yard nm. Pony
Livingstone won tho tunning jump r
At three o'clock tho Hods plaid against
the North Hero team. Tho game ic .Mill
ing in a victory for the Ninth Ib in team
by a score of IS to 30. Sir. Fields acted
ns umpire to the satisfaction ol all. K
cellent music was furnished durum the
day by the Grand Isle band. Tie p was
n lino display of llrcwnrks In tin cw aing.
frhe Young People's society clean d abo.it
150 from tho refreshments they m i v. d
the Fourth. Mrs. Orviilo Allen ." 1
hoarders spent the Fourth at liluff Pole-
hotel at I'lattsburgli. George i'helps of
Milton was in town recently.-W illi
Itoblnsou and Hardy Hoblnson from tho
iWost are visiting relatives in town.
"Wallace Martin i.s having his hnu-o m w
ly painted. About iVi couple attended tin
liance at Keeler's hall Friday ew-i.itig -Xdlss
Harris of Milton is visiting her sis-
11 WAIT TOT
' To See Our
New Toilet Sets
When you visit our store
Those in the rear south sec
tion have six pieces, Ewer,
Basin, Chamber! and Cover,
Soap and Hot Water Jug.
$1.98 is the sale price, Oth
ers with 10 pieces at $2.48.
Those nearest the front en
trance, 5.00 A few hand
decorated sets with covered
jar at $15.00.
Special Sale of odd Ewers,
Basins and Chambers in
China Hall Co.
Head of Church St.
ter, Mrs. Hetty. F. J. Tetty of St, Al
bans spent ftundav ut hit homo here.
Miss Jennie Durnnt went Monday to Port
Kent, where she has a position for tho
summer, Miss Grace Hnblnson nud Kd
ward llolilnsoii of Hoston uro spendng a
few weeks ut Calvin Hoblnson's. Guy
Crawford of Jericho spent Sunday In
town. IJt ncsl Frosn of I'latlsburgh was
In town recently. -Charles Landoii at
tended the funeral of Henry Wood at
Mlltun Tuesday. William London of
Johnson was the guest of Mrs. Lura Al
ii ii, the llrst of the week. The Hev. Mr,
Penney preached at the Congregational
ISLE LA MOTTE.
Faldic Pike Is homo from lirlstol; ho
war accompanied by a gentleman friend.
-Franklo Lewis Is homo on a visit. M.
S. Thomas is building n cottage on the
W"Mt shore lor W. 'I'. Council of Tiu'iy
town, N. Y. Mr. and Mis. Henry Parker,
.Miss Addle Paikor and Mrs. 11. II. Hill
went to Platlslnii gh Friday. - The
ptcachers' meeting was well attended
last week, thole wele ten ministers
from out of town. Dinner ami supper
was served at the chinch nnd u good
time was enjoyed by all. Miss .in-nli
Molt has returned homo. Mrs. Fred For
tune has returned from a visit In Hur
llnglon. Miss Until Thomas Is visiting
at ('hazy Landing. O. J. and M. S. Tho
mas have a line lot of currants this year,
they are now ready for inarkel. A large
pilgrimage from Montteal came to Sau
day Point Sunday. A party of young
people Irani Noyau. P. Q.. drove about
the Island Sunday and took supper ut
the Corners. .Miss Mamie P.itkcr of
PlattHburgh is visiting In town.
Nine cents per pound for a good ruled
writing paper at the Free Press associa
tion. LAMOILLE COUNT?
AV. N. Putnam recently sold to J. J.
Hillings to lie used in ills lumber camp
in Stowe an extra large truck wagon
weighing 2.1 'n pounds. The tires measur
el the Inches In width.
The sail intelligence reached here Wed
nesday night of the death of the eldest
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. II. li.
Yaughan, a girl of about 10 ".ears of
age. Dr. Yaughan, witli his lainlly, was
on his May from Chicago to visit Ills
parents in Yennont and laid reached
bite Hlvir Junction. They stopped
for a few' days with a sister of Mrs.
Xaughan's and tho child was taken sick
with diphtheria and died. Dr. and Mt.
Ynnghaii have the deep sympathy of all
in their sad ben aveineiit.
Mrs llattle Gray is the guest of Mr.
and Mrs. S. II. Walto.
II. D. Hobbins went to nutland Fri
day with Hay George.
Arthur Fnrhuidi of Hoston Is a guest
of J. Wilson Le teh.
County Court adjourned Friday after
being In session since June :;. l.n-t
week the tlino was taken up with
court ami divorce eases.
Mrs. C. P. Sawyer and iluughti r
Helen are the guests of Col. ami Mrs.
K. H. Sawyer.
Mrs. George McGriflln, wlm has been
visiting at her lather's. M. Gould's, le
lurned to her homo In Manchester Fri
day. Kva Manning Is assisting In the
News and Citizen nllleo.
Nathan H. Cohlelgh has leased of Henry
Nye his farm in Cambridge and will take
poi tisinr, this .week.
Mis. Lucrella Campbell of North filial
is a guest of Mrs. O. A. Grlswold.
Wilson Leach spent Tuesday at Khnnre
pond, the guest of II. C. Fish's family.
Mrs. Lee C, Andrews, who lias bc u
spending several weeks with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. M. I. Cluney returned to
Iter home in Lyme Centre, N. H., Thurs
day. Miss Alice Cornish visited at F. II.
Hie, 's in Cambridge Wednesday.
Mr. nnd Mrs. D. F. Fletcher are visit
ing their daughter. Mis. K. M. l'.artlett.
at Island Pond; they will also vl-il their
laughter, Mrs. J. W. Noble, at Hast
llardwiok before returning home.
Safford Thorp of St. Albans is a guest
of Ins brother. . W. Thin p.
Miss Kthel Strong i.s spending a week
at Hieezy Hill.
Hairy I'.irker Mulshed a successful term
of school at Huntington last week ami
i.s now al his home.
W. II. Stearns and party h ive returned
from the wilds of Maine. Prof. J. L.
Alircr is attending the educational Mieet
Ing 111 Hoston this week. Miss Lucy
Haker from Whitewater. Wis., made her
parent" lure n visit on her way to Hos
ton. Hert Gauvln and wife have returned
from their visit to friends in Sheldon.
The Hi. :. G. French is to have three
weeks' vacation during which lime h"
will visit relatives in the fjiioon'-- domain.
S J. Hlckoell was taken suddenly ill
Willi he.itt trouble while at work In his
la lils last Saturday and came near dying
before medical assistance could lie had.
lie Is better now.- Lyman Jones and Dr.
Goodwin were In Hurllnglon on Monday.
Henry Poller anil wife united with the
f'ongregatlonal Church last Sundav.- The
Foutlh of July wis verv iilfot hole, yomn
going to iloni.-vUle whllo others went
The base hall team went to Fairfield
Saturday and played a game with their
team and lio.it them hard.-A good many
of our people went to Hurlingtnii to spend
the Fourth. A few went to Morrisvllle.
--Mrs. Ilatlle Putnam wont to St. Johns
bury Saturday to see her llttlo daughter
who Is still in a hospital there and found
her still sick in bod.-Tho quarantine is
off all the pines where scarlet has been
pievalllng. William Grlswold and family
aie camping down by tho lake tor ten
davs and Carl Hobbins Is delivering mall
Mrs. Kunlco (Haymore) Hutciilns died
al North Tiny June SO, and was brought
to Hdeii, her former home, for burial.
Sho leaves a husband and two boys to
mourn her hiss. Allen Adams died very
suddenly at bis homo of heart failure,
July 2, His wife and tivo children sur
vive lilm, lie was born and lived nil his
life In this town. A number of our young
people have gone to Willouglihy lako to
spend the week with Miss Jones, a form
er pastor of tills place. They are cliap
i roned by Miss Dustlu, tho present pas
tor. Mrs. H. H. Jilako Is on the sick list,
-ljuito a number of picnic parties
availed themselves of tho opporuulty of
visiting Lake Fden tho Fourth, All
seemed to enjoy tho day nnd tho beauti
ful seem ry uliout tho lake. D, F.
Whltlomoru Is repairing "Tho Aunt Sal
llo" houso nt tho Mills. Hiady Lentil Is
doing tho work, Mrs. Nelllo Carpenter
of Lyndonvlllo nnd Arthur Stono of Hos
ton nro calling on friends in town,
W. G. Holmes of Saint Paul. Minn.,
and Mr. nnd Mrs. John A. Waterman
of Hutilngton, nro guestH nt tho homo of
tholr parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Georgo Ilol
mes, ThomiiH Corso and Mrs. John Saf
ford of Uurllngton havo erected a monu
ment In the cemetery In ine-mory of tholr
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gnd Corse. Miss
Stella Hrown, who has been living with
her sister, Mrs. Howard tho past two
years, has gone to her home In Marsh
Hold, Miss Sarah Phillips of Swanton
lias como to spend several weeks with
friends hero. Mrs. William Curtis, who
has been slek several months, Is im
proving. Hodney Corsa of Undorhlll, an
old soldier and former resident, spent Sat
urday aiifl Sunday with his brother,
Thomas Corso, Mr. nnd Mrs. II. W.
Vnrnum and Mlsa Wllma Holmes of
Uurllngton nro tho guests of Mrs. Dora
Atwood. Joo Simmons, who wont to the
lake fishing brought homo with him a
pickerel weighing four pounds. Chester
Westman Is qulto seriously sick with
henrt troubles. Mrs. Hattio (Grlswold)
Lopper, who has spent sovornl weeks
hero, has gono to her homo In St. Al
bans. Other visitors from out of town
the past week are: Mrs. Christopher Ilebb
of Nebraska, Mrs. Smith Ucbb of John
son, Miss Lucy Ha I ley of Hydo Park, Mr,
nnd Mrs. Pcaso of Montgomery, Mrs,
C. tl. Wetherby of Hurlingtnii, Mr, nnd
Mrs. Maynard of Wntervlllo.
i ho Hov. and "Mrs. II. C. Howard, ac
companied by tho Itev, nnd Mrs. K. (1.
French of Johnson, havo gono camping
to North I'Vitisbitrgh to bo absent about
four weeks. The evangelist, the Hev,
Melville II. Shaver, will hold services
hcie during Ills absence. Mr. nnd Mrs.
John Smith of Fden were recently tho
guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. A. J. Thomas.
Mrs. Joel I'm nsworth nnd son and
daughter of Colchester nte spending n
week with friends here, Hert Adams
has icceived tho news of tho sudden
death of Ills father, Allen Adams of
l'Men, who died with heart trouble.
Supt linlcndcnt W. W. Haymoro has rn
suinid work ut the cemetery. The ladles
of the Cemetery assoclaton wll servo nu
orange tea at tho residence of Mr, and
Mrs. II, Smith next Thursday after
noon, July !), to which all nro invited.
Hlancbo I'oss left Friday morning for
Troy, N. V.. where sho Will spend u few
weeks with friends.
Miss Nona Traecy nf Mcrldcn, Conn., Is
visiting for a lew weeks ut tho homo of
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Ftlon.
Mrs. O. M. Waterman entertained a
parly of twelve ladles at her slimmer
liome at I.ako Klmoio during tho day
The luneral of Seth Daniels, tho aged
father of William Daniels of tills town,
who died Friday morning ut Ills homo
was held on Saturday aflernnon at tho
home of bis son at one o'clock. Tho Hev.
Dr. I. P. Mouth olllciatlng.
The f uncial of Sew ell Haker, tho aged
father of Mrs. Allien Douglass, who
died Thursday afternoon from heart
failure was held nt his late home on Sat
urday morning at ten o'clock, tho Hev.
Dr. I. P. Hooth ofllel.itiug.
The celebration held on the fair grounds
last Saturday was attended by a largo
ciowd of p-ople. The special t,V) match
race which was advertised between Har
rison Wilkes, owned by II. M Donne of
Hakersllold, and Hazel C, owned by II.
J. Isham of Morrisvllle. was not trotted
on account of one nf the horses being
unable to race, therefore H. J. Isham
forfeited the money. Two other races
were given, the llrst, the 2:20 class, purso
MM: Tbelma, II. S. Soulo, Urst; I'M win
II, John I'tton, second; Polly Warner,
T W. rttnn, third; Josephine, W. N.
Phelps, fourth: 2:2,1 class, purso il.'O:
Harry, John L'ttnn, llrst; Jessie Simmons,
T. W. I'tton, second: Josephine, W. N.
Phelps, third; llariinn Wilkes, 11. M.
liome, fourth; Cresada, John I'tton,
Hub. The base ball game between the
llde Park and Morrisvllle teams was
cry Ink resting, resulting in a score of
i lo S in favor of .Morrisvllle. The bat
tery lor the day was Parker and Miner
for Morrisvllle, Cheney and Jackson for
The sione shed" of Mould & Hoynton,
whlih were burned this spring, are now
in r""di"i ss to restimo work and on Mon
day mo" oh g business was reopened at
thil si .hli-b neiit. Tin sheds have loen
i o 1 I 1 or. i o ' col irgeil and several new
m-iehti i s i. " e been set up, making Ibis
-led on, i i the lined modern buildings In
He Si ile. Tin imtuT for uncrating the
machinery Is furnished by a .In liorso
power eleitile 'motor with the current
supplied Mom the village electric plant
at falj's Falls. Tho business opened
Monday morning with a large gang of
workmen and with prospects of a largo
supply nf work during tho summer.
Mr. and Mis. K. It. Hiackett and son,
William ol fhhago arrived in town Tues
day and they will spend the remainder
of the summer visiting friends and rela
tives in this vicinity.
Mrs. Delia Harrows and son. George,
li lt Tuesday noon for Wells Hlvcr, where,
they have secured employment dining
Mis. O. M. Waterman is entertaining
this week tho family of G. P. Drowno at
her summer hemic at Lake Hlmore.
F.. W. Gates has purchased of his
father-lu-law, C. J. Slayton, the store
and stoi 1; of goods included and will in
future have entire management of that
Mrs. II. A. Slayton went Tuesday to
Huiiingtoii. when: she will spend a few
days visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mis. G. M. Powers left Tues
day morning tor a lew days' visit with
e.-Gov, and Mrs. U. A. Woodbury in
Huillngton at tile home of Mrs. powers's
pan ti is.
The ladles nf the Methodist society
held one of tthclr popular dime suppers
al their church on Tin winy evening. A
large crowd was in attendance.
Harry Woodward returned Tuesday
evening freini the St. Jobnsbury hospi
tal, where ho has hi en during, the past
month for an operation lor appendicitis
Mr. Woodward's many friends are glad
to know he is so much improved in
Nellie Iladly of Troy is spending a few
dn.s' acutlou with her parents, Mr,
and Jlrs. G. A, Harrows, on Hrooklyn
A large number nf people from Stowe
attended tho races at Morrisvllle on the
Fourth. Stowe's Military band furnished
the music for t ho occasion. They were
asslstul by It. H. Hradlcv and Dr. Wells
of Johnson. Mrs. S. C. Poor went Mon
day to Hrlstol with tho remains of her
sister, Mrs. Lucy D'Kricn. who died at
the homo of her son, Walter n'Hiieii of
Walcrlinry Center Sunday morning, July
Clyde Nelson went on Moiidav to Hos
ton, wbero bo lias employment for tho
summer 111 a hotel at Hcuii Illulf. The
itev. Father McKee of Philadelphia la
spending the week with bin aunt, Mrs.
Ira Munn. The Junior Kndcavnr society
of tho Congregational chinch will give
an Ice cream social on Fiiday evening on
the lawn if the weather permits, if not,
111 tho vestry of tlio church.-H. W. Dil
lingham spent Saturday nnd Sunday with
Ills family In Stowo. Tho two deacon
esses that were aiiuoiinci d to hold special
seivico at tho Methodist Church aro un
able to come tills week, owing to the se
rious illness of one nf them, Halph Gil
man of Northlleld was a recent visitor ut
H. Mayo's, II. 13. Straw recently toiind
a plant growing In Mrs. C. M. Tuber's
grounds that proves to bo crepls vlrens
and Is an addition to tho Horn of the
State and I.s raiely seen in New England.
- Lucius Mooney of Monisvlllo was a
recent visitor at N. Hlgelow's. There aro
21 cases of whooping cough among tho
i hlldren ol the Mills district. Tho sluing
terms of tho district schools closed Fri
day. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wliitcomb of
Huiiiugton wore in Stowo Saturday on
their way to Jit. Mansfield. Mr. and
Mrs, John Straw went on Friday to Mal
leus Hay to spend several days. Mrs,
Sarah Weeks returned from her visit to
Wlnooskl on Fiiday.
Tho caso of Walter Slayton, who re
fused to pay a lino for intoxication, has
been settled without coming lo trial.
Miss Viola Kussell returned Monday
from a visit of soverul weokn to Lyn
donvlllo. Mrs. Sanford lMdy of Water
bury visited friends in Stowo on Tuos
day. Miss Nettle Mussey Is reported to
bo ill with diphtheria ut the homo nf
her grandparents, Mr. nnd Mrs. John
Latucho. W. M. Adams of tho Summit
House has applied for a sixth class li
cense. At a business mooting of tho
Hpworth Lenguo at tho Mothodlst
Church vestry Sunday evonlng, July fi,
the following oflloers wore olocted:
President, the Row D. L. 13vans; llrst
vlco-prosldont, Alma Kenflcld; second
vlco-presldent, Clara Mills; third vlco
president, Mrs. Evans ; fourth vlco
prosldont, IJurt MIUsi eocretary, Mrs.
Jesslo Townoj treasuror, Joseph Hnmel.
Thesa officers will be Installed on the
evonlng of July 12, Tho Womnn's
Foreign Missionary society of tho
Mothodlst Church will meet with Mrs.
Joseph Hnmel on Thursdny afternoon,
July 16, nt three o'clock. Tho West
llrnnch clrelo will meet with Mr. nnd
Mrs. Angus Qalo on Friday afternoon,
July 10. All nre cordially Invited,
Ilnlph Warron Is at Lako I'lnclc!, N. Y
whoro ho Is employed for tho summer.
Mlnnlo Straw is vlsltln? frlonds In
Morrlsvlllo. Tho chairs for tho audi
torium of tho Momorlal building' havo
como. unity Church is recoivlng a
thorough donning. Tho window sashes
aro to ho ropnlntcd, Mr and Mrs.
Francis Minor, who wcro married Juno
11, havo toparnted.
Mrs. P. Hlissell nnd children nro visit
ing her parents in Milton. A. I Itra
wny is In Sprlnglleld and Hoston this
week.- Samuel Perkliis has moved to New
Voik Stale.- L. J, Thomas of Worcester,
Mass., Is visiting relatives In town.
Mr. und Mrs. Waiter Westenlt are happy
over the arrival of a daughter horn July
'.'. Henry. Fuller of Harton Lauding visit
ed friend! in town over Sunday. Howard
Thomas has gone to Klmnro wbero ho has
u Job clerking. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mc
Kaiinoii spent tho Fourth with her par
ents, Mr. und Mrs. Cliannccy Tlllotson.
Mr. nnd Mrs, MiGuIre iiml Mr. ami Mrs,
Montgomery of Fairfield visited Mr, and
Mrs. Leach last week. Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Tahiti of Pleasant Valley visited
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fit Wcstcott
over Sunday. Charles Corey and daugh
ter of Manchester, N. II., visited Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Fairbanks over I ho Fourth.
Mrs. I little Pulnn-m of Minneapolis,
Minn., arrived In town with the remains
of her father and mother, Mr. and Mis.
George Morse, former residents nt tills
place, for Interment last week. Mrs. Put
nam will remain with relatives In town
Mrs. Albert Mcrrlam, who has been
visiting in tho West nnd other places,
returned home recently after several
months' absence. Prof. H. K, Merrlam
und wife of Hollows Falls Is expected
home this week for their vacation, Mrs.
Charles Dodge closed a successful term
of school last week Wednesday. It
dosed 10 days before It should on account
nf the children of Alvey Jones coming
down with scarlet fever. Several from
bore uttended the funetal of Seth Dan
iels, a former resident of tills place, on
July t, at tho homo of his son, William
DanlcK In Morrlstown. Mrs. Sopbronla
Cor.R of Morrisvllle is spending a few
days In town. Chester Ward Is moving
from the "Grlswold" bouse to the
"Alpheas Parker" farm. Mr. and Mis.
Alvlii Hoblnson visited In Harre and
Montpellcr over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs.
Hussell Gay celebrated their golden
wedding July ."! at their home Mr. nnd
Mrs. George Fisher of Stowe visited at
H. 13, Camp's on the Fourth. Mr. Her
nard Maxlleld, who has been clerking
for II. Atkins the past year, has closed
his labels and Henry Thomas of Walor
U)p has taken his place. The Hev. O.
M. Hnutwell met with quite a severe ac
cident as he was returning from Fast
Hlmore on Monday morning near Hlmore
pond. His horse was frightened nt
creamery team nnd Jumped Into the
iltch. overturning the carriage and
throwing Mr. Hnutwell out, be striking on
ids head and shoulders, hurting him
unite severely. Ills horse run with the
forward wheels, but was stopped at II.
Vtkln's store. A broken thill was the
worst damage done to the carriage. Mr.
Mr. Hnutwell was able go to his house ir.
Marv Sawyer from llardwlck Is stop
ping with her aunt, Mrs. J. H. Mill.
The Hev. I. T. Johnson has a nephew
from Worcester, Mass., visiting him.
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Powell and daughter
from Jeffersonvlllo visited at William
Patten's Thursday. llattle Porter closed
a successful term of school Friday in
number two. The Hev. K. (i. Frcncli
has gone for a vacation. Two persons
united with the Congregational Chinch
Sundav by confession. William Patten
is able to tie on tho streets again after
being routined to the house a number
nf weeks witli rheumatism.
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. D. Safford spent Sat
urday and Sunday Willi their daughter in
Jericho. Mr. and Mrs. George Harris
and two children nf Milton visited at W.
A. larmny's Sunday Master Halph Sty
glcs, who has been In Stowo for soino
time. returned homo Saturday.
Lucius Colburn is visiting in tho place.
W illiam Dutfy is working for Charles
Lang. Mis. Mary Watson anil Miss Mur
phy of Huiiingtoii are visiting at W. A.
Larmay'ji. There was a smaller atten
danei at the meeting of tho L. II. C. nt
Mrs. George Mnromher's than usual on
acce.uut of It being a busy time. Fifteen
were present at the supper. Clinton Lyon
has been visiting in Stowe and Morris
vllle the past week. o. W. Heynolds Is
making exti nslvc repairs on the build
ings on the farm run by John Griflln.
(iiaiie- Irish uf Fairfax i.s visiting at
G. L. Hurns's.
P.y far the greatest celebration over
held in this section ot tile Slato took
place at Newbury village on July I. The
opening event was a grand parade or
antiques and horribles, containing nearly
fifty turnouts of all kinds and shades.
Many nf tho llonts being pronounced the
be.-t ever seen. Potato, doughnuts, sack,
wheelbarrow, three legged, foot, oat and
bicycle races wcro held on tho common
in the aflernnon. together with tho usual
greased pole and greased pig attachments.
A warmly contested ball ganm was bad
between the Newbury village and Wells
Hiver teams, in which tho latter were
victorious by a score of 7 to 2, A grand
display of llreworks terminated the day's
events. The Nat Westgate Post hand of
North Haverhill, N. II.. 23 pieces, furnish
ed music. It Is estimated that 2,0ni peo-
l pie wcro In attendance. Two bundled dol-
lais were awarueu in prizes, r runic ji.
Kimball acted as grand marshal.
Paikcr Mancnik of Hoston Is In town
visiting ills mother nnd friends.
Miss Angelina Fullington, who has
been a tiai ber in tho public school for
the past two years, has gone to Ver
gennes as a teacher for tho summer in
the industrial school. In tho fall she
goes lo Providence, H. 1, whoro she has
accepted a pnstlon as a teacher.
Mrs. Henjamln 1 Human has scarlet
fever nt her mother's home, which is
Thero I.s a report of three cases nf
small pox In Hatosvillc, but none In tho
mam part of the village.
Tho selectmen havo built two nice
sheds tn store tho town tools. Mrs. Fmily
It. Hartlctt and daughter, Klslo, have
gone lo Lebanon, N. II., on a visit.
Tlio schools in number six and seven bad
a picnic. July 3 at Camp Bucket. Hoth
teachers, Miss Gibson and Miss Croft,
aro to teai b in the fall again. A gaso
lene launch Is to bo placed on tho lako
soon by Mr, Church of Ayer, Mass.
Mis. Marcia Kurllett and her daughter,
Mrs Jonnlo Croft, of Island Pond, aro
visiting at Mrs. Georgo Hartlett's. Tho
Hev. Mr. Fairbanks, an Advent minister,
Is holding somo tent meetings at tho
I'onch. George Maxwell Is at work on his
new house to ho may inovo in this sum
Mrs. W. C. Jones nnd four children
of Laconla, N. II., are visiting hrr par
rnts, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. D. Avery
Mrs. Aunlo Spaiildlng and son 13arlo aro
ppendlng a week with friends In Hox
bury and Bane. Tlio library will lie clos
ed dining Mrs, Spauldlng's nbsencn.
Prof and Mrs. U. G. Baldwin hnvo gono
to Harton for tho summer. Misses Tena
Bacon nnd Bertha Henfrew left for
Frnnconla, N. 11., Thursdny where thev
hnvo positions nt tho Forest Hill house
II. V. Simpson wont Friday to Murl
boro, Mass., and will go from there to
Providence, B. I to visit Ills daughter.
Mrs. Thomas Georgo has gono to Dor
chester, Mass., to remain for a time with
her daughter, Mrs. Charles Smith. Cnrle
ton Johnson Is homo from Burlington.
Miss Susan Johnson and Wendall Kim
ball were married at the homa of tlio
bride's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. William
Johnson, Thursday ovonlng.
Deacon MoseB Hoot, nn aged nnd re
spected citizen, died Thursday afternoon
frAm a stroke of paralysis received two
days before Deacon Boot was a man
of excellent Christian character, having
lived u very kind, iinrelllsb, Christian
life. Tho funoriil was held July 5
ut tho church wbero ho had worshipped
for so many years. The Hev. Mr. Tapper
ofliclated assisted by the Hov. J. C. Tay
lor. The church was filled witli sympa
thizing friends. Tho flowers wrro iiiim
rrous nnd beautiful, llo leaves u wife
and eight children nnd twenty grand
children, llvo of Hie children live In Cali
fornia, two reside her" nnd olio In Mar
thas Vlnyard. Tim fuiier.it of William
Hobbins was held at Ills home Monday
uflernoon, the Hev. o. N. Until well (ini
tiating. J. nnd A. D. Hobbins were In
town to attend tho funeral of their
brother. Jennie liwell has Mulshed her
work nt Mrs. H. N. Nelson's. - George
Swain and two daughters, also Mrs,
Moiilton nnd two children finni South
Dakota, uro visiting friends In town.
Mrs. Henry Henjamln and children visit
ed In Danville last week. Fred Marco
and wife have moved to the A. J. Smith
farm. Mr. Wright and two clillilten from
Knosbtirgh are visiting ut James Llhby's.
Jack Williams Is liome from tho Hur
lingtnii hospital witli ills eyesight improved.-Peopln
In tills vicinity (clclirated
the Fourth In varlom ways, some nttr mi
ni the borso trot ut Harton. some attend
ed picnics and others stayed al home.
There was a good display of llreworks
In the evening and some of tho usual
patriotic boy spirit. Percy and Fuel ler
went to Canada last week to visit their
grandparents a few weeks. Carrie Crow
Icy has finished her woik ut Sherman
Gage's. Guy Goodrich and wife from
Canada uro visiting friends In town. They
formerly resided here.
.7. D. Grlllln and Miss 1m Pearson i
weio quietly married al Mr. Giflln's
home July 2 bj the Hev. J. I). Wuldioti.
The F. W. H. society air building a.
vestry in their church nnd making other
chunges which will be n great imptme
nicnt. -Mary Dunbar, now Mrs. H iti s
from the West, was In town calling on
fi lends last week. She has not been
here before for years. Mrs. M. p.
Halliard la In town attending to business.
As anon as satisfactory repairs . in b
made on the Pearsons bouse the new
electrician. Mr. Montgomery, will oc
cupy It. Two hedgehogs were shot and
killed 111 thU village last week, one in
L. D. Harron's yard and tho other in
Mrs. 13. O. Hcnnett's yard.
Mrs. C. W. Wllley is quite lll.-Hoy
Young Is better and able to be out again
Allle Dehrnno visited at C. W Thomp
son's recently. William Fair uf Glover
visited "at Hen Cates's last w. ek. Mr.
and Mrs. Alfred Mitchell of Harton Land
ing nro visiting at 11. A. Hie Mrs
Llmer Hailey went to Morrisvllle to spend
the Fourth among relatives. Kim. r Bar
clay and Dean Mitchell went on tho ex
cursion to Portland. G. W. P.ilner lias
returned from Ills trip to Florida and
reports rather a rough voyage
Miss Louise Wllkle, who has heen quite
sick I.s Kalninr;. Mrs. (iooilio
I son nt
Oooilro s I
'lied n t i
was In 1
North Troy vlsiieil at Walter
over .Sunday. Walter l'lilllips
the home of bs son In tills villa,
day nlKht, July 2. Mrs. Arch
is speinliiiK the week at Willon
Maude (iasklll of West Hurk
town last week. Mr. and Mi
Cuttlnfr, Miss Urn op Cutting in 1 G.
heeler aro at Caspian lake.
Dr. John Thomas. State veterinary sur
Rrnn trom Wells Hiver, was Ir town l,i.t
Friday tcstlnc the cnttlo owned by J.
H. Chase and 11. C. Myers nn 1 found six
of them aflected with tuber ulosls. All j
the condemned cattle were "ill-bloiileil
.lerse.s and live of llieni reKi-tere.l.-The '
Jay base ball team played at North Troy i
the alternoon of the Fourth .iKainst the'
North Troy team. The score stood ii to i
pi In favor of Jay. William 1'oiter is re-I
palrliiK the dam to Ills tannery. Mr
Ariel, whn bad his left eye lemoved is
doiiiK well and hopes soon t,. have tho
wound all healed. All the s. irlet feii
patients are recovered and out again.
Mrs. Frank I'lnncKan and children of
New York city aie at her I'atlier-ln-law's, 1
John I'hineKan's. for the summer. Mr-. '
Arthur FlnnoKiin of New Ynik city is
vi-llliiK at her father's, Michael Dyii'i
Delia Hatlmaii of Wells Hiver was
brought beie for Interment in the Cath
olic cemetery last week. On the night of
July 1 lightning struck a barn belong
ing to A. H. l'owers. lining some dam- !
age. Mrs. Homer ICdnninds of Morris
llle is visiting at her mother's, Mi-.
Cyrus Durivage's. Heal lng.ills of Kno-- i
burgh Falls was In town this week. Miss
Jennie Messii r of New Haven, Conn., l.
boine tor the summer. T!n 1'iople's!
Telephone has been placed in I,. !!. Well- ;
in. in'.-, Fird Hinlges's. Frank Sis-cos and
T. M. Patterson's houses tins wet f.
Col. It. J. Kimball and family arrived
in town Wednesday to pass tho summer
ut Montage pi, lie.
Mts. Herbert Wlswall and family ar
rived hero Wednesday nnd have opened
th"ir cottage near the Hurt placo and
will'P.'iss the summer there.
Hnico tlio first of May twenty-six car
loids of apal have been received and de
ll' end he."o and most or tlio families who
U-" coal have been supplied.
Thero will be a summer school held
li. "o for two weeks this summer under
the management of Prof. F. II. I'rlchard.
Tie .summer school will open July 27.
Mark Cbadwick. who lias been very
seriously 111 with stomach troublo for sev
er d months, wns down Mrcet for tho
lir-t time In ten weeks Thursday.
I.verythlng passed off very ipilotly in
tin.- village the Fourth, but quite a little
ni i-e and disturbance was inadn at the
Ci i.ter village. ".Squlro" Hoyden Issued
oi.icrs that there should bo no tiring of
th cannon on tho Fourth but It seems
ill- mandates wcro not obeyed and moro
no -c was mado from twelve o'clock Fii
d:n night until twelve Saturday night
tii n was ever inailo in the sumo length
of ilme dining the history of tho village.
Saturday morning several parties who
pinthipatod hi the nnio. making wcro
aii sted hut were released after having
the law concerning tho "disturbing of
the peace" read tn them, hut the sumo
jiai'les re-enforced, were on the warpath
Saiiirday night and even moro nolso was
m.i'le than had been tho previous night,
inn! something ipilte serious may bu done
ali 'Ut tills business very soon.
A llllam Slack sut'foiod a shock caused
by congestion .Sunday and was for sev
eral hours unconscious, but rallied and
is r'ottinK on nicely. Tho shock apparently
ha- left no bad effects.
ii"ion C. Hrooks, who has been passing
a month with his mother, Mrs. S. II.
Hi ks, left hero Sunday evening for
Sti' Hon, I'a., wbero lie has a position ns
iclvil engineer for n brldgo building 111 in.
Al a special meeting of the dh colors
of tho Handolph National bunk held on
Juh !, l.W, resolutions on the deuth of
Fred I'uHols, a director of the bank,
und formerly Its as-dxtant cashier, wcro
drawn up and wcro unanimously adopted.
Knunett A. Thomas wns appointed di
rector to 1111 tlio vacancy caused by tlio
death of Mr. PuHols und Wlllard Gay was
appointed assistant cashier. On tho llrst
of July, tho 52nd consecutive seml-nn.
iiu.il dividend nf tlireo per cent, was
ianl to the stockholders.
lli. ce, tho ten year old sou of Mr. and
Mis K. II. Nichols, who live on Hraln.
tree Hill, fell from a wagon Saturday,
breaking his arm and dislocating his
shoulder. Tho fracture was rcdiiceM and
tho shoulder reset hy5r. F. C Angcll
and tho patient Is getting on nicely.
Tho lfi.yo.ir.old son of Charles Wood,
wlm lives on tho Harris Holinan farm,
fell from a wagon Sunday breaking his
collar bone and dislocating his shoulder.
Dr. J- ' Olflord was called and reduced
tho fracture and reset tho shoulder. This
accident happened Just about tho sanio
as that of tlio Nichols boy n the day bo
foto and tho result Is very similar,
The Fourth of July celebration wns a
file it success, in lug uttended by ovi r
l.oOU pcoplu from this und adjacent
Ii. . ALLEN & CO.
EVERYTHING FOR WARM WEATHER.
No necessity for liciiin inicoinfoi'tiilile when so ninny things Unit
lire cool nnd cniiifortiible emi lie hud fop so little.
Printed Dimitie3 and Printed Lawns, dainty Dresden designs,
sheer mid line (imlily, nl.so in Muck nnd white ell'eets, 12i cents.
Sheer Silk Tissue in cithih whito only, with open la'cc and silk'
stripes, .'id to ;!: inches wide. 45 cents.
Silk Ginghams, jriviil variety jaivptard effects in white and dain
ty lifrlit eoloriims, 35 cents, instead of .10 nnd (iO cents.
Linens, white and colors in trrent variety,' irlcliulintr. sheer linen,
Ktiiniiiie for Waists, Skirts and serviceable Shirt YYaisl Suits, priced
at 25 cents, 30 cents and 45 cents.
Sheer White Batiste, India Linonsand Swiss Muslins, full as
sortments, extraordinary values at 12J, 15 and 25 cents.
Sheer White Goods, open lace stripes, dots and t'mures in great
variety, priced at 15 and 25 cents.
Swiss Embroidered Muslins, some of the finer novelties in Wash
Drc,s (ioods that Mere sold at .'J.U0, .1.73, $L0 and .l.'J.j Reduced
to 75 cents.
Attractive White India Linon Shirt Waist Suits, dainty nnd
perfect in every particular as could he desired and costinjr only a
very little more than separate Waists of similar material, $5.75.
White Dress Skirts made of various white washable materials in
fashion, priced at 98 cents, $1.25, $1,50, $2.25 to $5.00 each.
Washable Dresses made of Inst color Percale. Zephyrs. Muslin
and Lawns in n variety of colors, prices were T.."iO to liO.UU each,
but to clear up stock these are priced $3.75.
Black Satine Petticoats made of tine Mercerized materials, 2
deep ruflles and under rnflle, price 98 cents.
A SPECIAL SALE OP WOMEN'S JERSEY RIBBED UNDER-
At the Hosiery counter to-day, 1 00 dozen fine, pure white Jersey
ribbed Vols, sleeveless, finished with silk tnpc around neck nnd
nrms. not the plain ribbed but an attractive fancy weave. Price 12J
PARASOLS AND SUN UMBRELLAS.
A warm weather item that receives particular attention nt this
Hundreds of beautiful Parasols, White China Silk, White
Shnnt iniir Silk. Natural Pounce, Navy Pilue, plain and white border
of white and cont rnst inn colors, blue checks and embroidered olVoets,
plain black and wilh white borders, Parasols and Sun Shades for
mourning costumes. Greatest variety, lowest prices. Parasols for
children, priced at 25 cents, 50 cents, GO cents and $1.00. Umbrellas
for sun or rain at $1.00, $1.48, pure silk in colors and black at $1.75.
H. W. ALLEN & CO.
Si S H GJk km
A We refer to the balance of
t on our shelves T til v 6th.
!Tk Last of
Prices on every yard have increased at wholesale 10 per cent, t
the best, highest priced Carpets will be sold lower than ever. J
An 85 cent Tapestry for
I Tapestries which were $1.09, for
Velvets which were $1.25, for
tAxminsjers which were $1.75, for
T In the purest senre, these aro genuine bargain
Ckrtrn I Inner filtrh.
town-. The atlr.n tions w "i'e a par ido
ol ,nitirU"S and Imn ildi s, a w lie i IliaiT'.w
l.i, e. a potato r.ne. n ibrn i.'g';ed r.u ",
an o.it r a ii"g i.m, a hi'iulo race,.
a .-i ramble rac and a grand procession.
A bn-e ball gam" at M llooii field lie-I
(ween tin i'isii:re and tin !-e i clubs
i oniiudi'il the day's entertainments in
the open air, the seme standing 1.1 to 7
In fuor of the local nine. In tlio evening
n promenade conceit was glvi n which
successfully closed the cell brntioii. Thu
crowd was cMreinely onlerly. Tho Hev.
J. I,. H. Wekoir of Noiili Woodbury,
Conn., Is visiting his son, the Hev. II. J.
Wyckoff and Is CNpei ted lo occupy tho
Congiegational pulpit on Sunday, llo
has held bis present pastorate during thu
last SJ yeais. Mr. and Mrs. Siimiur I..
Sheldon of fJrei nlleld. Mass., have been
Msiliug at J. M. Conisioeli's. Mrs. Shel
don will be remembered as Miss Delia
Cloj os.- During the llrst week In August
the Junior lieiiev olent society will give nil
entertainment called "An Oriental Ki cu
ius" which will have novel and interest
ing fe.uuics. Mr. and Mrs. IMward A.
Davis of Hetlu'I. nc ompnnh d by friends
from Massachusetts', were la town over
Sunday. Mr. and Mrs Kdwin W. Lewis
nnd tholr three children from Fort
Wayne, 1 ml., are visaing Ids sister, Mrs.
A. W. U liitncy, and his brother. Fred
An examination of ninth grade pupils
was hold al the vlll.igo school house
June and PA Only eleven candidate-i
presented themselves and seven of llie-o
will enter the high school al tho open
ing of the fill tot in. The studies taken
up were arithmetic, grammar, geography,
history, constitution and Vermont. Share
holders In the Social Library aie reminded
that the next meeting will lie held on tho
afternoon of Tue-day. July It. at one
o'clock. The picnic hold under the auspi
ces nf the Hood Templars July Fourth
was largely attended and much enjoyed.
It was lield on Hie farm of Wirren S.
Covell about a mllo and a half south
of the village. Some of the eents worn
a men's race, won by IMward S. Dut
ton; a girls' race, won by Hutll Hurn
hani; two potato r-ice. won by Dexter
Haker and Klmer Alexander; a wheel
barrow race, won by Lisle Hurnliaiu,
Tile greased pig refused to run and was
easily raptured by Fred Mii'hco. A base
ball game between the lined Templars
and (irangers was the closing event of
the afternoon followed In the evening by
a good display of llreworks. House's or
chestra tarnished music In tho after
noon. Wilbur F. Adams, n former towns
man and now a teacher In Callfot nlu,
i vlslilng his mother nud sister In tho
village.- Mrs Frank I. Godfrey nud her
two children. Vail and Ulancbe, havo
returned from u week's visit to Mrs.
Godfrey's sister In HrooHfleh!. Wo could
have a first-class Old Homo Week cele
bration in town If somo one would push
tho matter. Why should not the Grange,
the largest order in town, take hold of
tho plan? Mr. and Mrs. J. K Lynda
aro spending a few das at Wateli Hill,
H. I. Miss Helen Kimball has gone to
her old homo In I'oland. Me., stopping
a few days at Hiram to visit her friend,
G. N. Godfrey has sold his barber shop
lo Charles Center. Owing to ill health,
ilr, Godftcy has boon obliged to tako a
list, ilr. Center was foiinoiiy In the
employ of W (1. Scoll and will lako
possession of Ills new pill-' base at onco,
Mrs Jciinette Gomlcll died Friday af
ternoon at her home .m Prospect Hill,
after an Illness of about two weeks, Mrs,
4-Oi' " '
fHt SHI i B a r
the Leftovers. I
stock from Mr. Wood's store left h
(ioodi'U went to the hospital at Hurllug
l"ii but tie re seemed to be no Help for
her The i.iuse of her death was cancer
of the liw r. She was ii w irs of age and
haves a mother, Mrs. llirrut Cinswold,
one brother, I'ugene (in-wold, both of
this town, and a slsi. r Mis. Florence
I toll 'i ml of Townshend. The funeral was
held Monday at St. Thomas'.- Chun h at
two o clock, the Hev. 'W F. Weeks of
llciatlng. Arthur S. Kctih.im had charge.
Inti rnient was In I'lne Hill cemetery.
The home of Shuliel Shedd in Fnrestil.ila
was burned to the ground Saturday. Mr.
Shedd wns attending tlio celebration on
Sui.iliey's lot at tlio time the fire started.
When he reached the house it was Im
possible to sivo anything. The house was
insuieii for J.W and there was $1M on
the furniture and clothing.
Julius Delphia received a severe cut
about the light eye Saturday. Whllo
celebrating with the lire crackers n large
ore exploded while on the ground and
blew a stone Into Mr Delphla's evo.
Miss Hllven Phillips and Miss Madge
Hllven from Nyack on the Hudson, are
Vititlng at II. W. Prir.dl. 's.
Floyd MeColloni is assisting in tho post
nflii'o during the summer vacation.
Dr. J. W. Kstahrnnk has returned from
a ttlp to Rochester and H.ikerslield.
Mrs II W. Conger nf Hrushton. N. V.,
if- visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. !.' McArthur.
D'inlel Tatum and daughter and M'.-.
Clarence New of Hrooklyn. N. V . a",
spending tho summer at tho Brandon
Miss Nelllo Hewitt nf Little Falls. N".
V.. Is visiting her father, C. K. Hewitt.
Miss Lena M.inley and Mi-s Mulhgin
of Providence, h. 1., are vl-itmg at Wil
liam Hull's. .Mr. and Mrs. Leander Kird
were called to Hortonvllle Sunday, to
attend tho funeral of Mts. Hlid's lather.
Mr. Hrown. .Mr. and Mr-. AiluiMiie Hun
dred u and childien, who have been vls
lilng at L. J. Fortior's, leiurned to Sche
nectady, N. V., Monday Mrs. Vert
Gondnough Is ill. Mism s M.Utlo and
Maggie Nlcklaw have sine lo Htirlllig
ton, where they hae positions at tho
.ill Ness Hoiise. Forcstd.ilo had ouo
of the greatest cclebi.iilon.s in Iter his
tory July l. The parade formed ut 10
o'clock, headed by Hie l'orestdaio band
of L'll pieces, with Arthur lleudry us lead
er. Next come the Goddess ot Liberty,
rcptescntcil by Miss Nellie Wright, fol
lowed by pretty decoratnl bic.elo.-. then
i tho horrible.. At 3 p. in. thero was a
'ball game between Foresldnlo hiiiI Sails
bury, which resulted In a victory for
l'orestdaio 15 to I. The band bos net
led about $L'5 from the dinner and Ico
cieaiii anil i uke Mls Fannie Jakeway
ol I'tilr II.immi is guest ot Miss Alma
Newton. Mrs. Kyrnn Smith and son
of Mlddlebury wiled at J. 11. Wilbor's
. this week.
William F. Walker and family of tho
, Fii'ht National Hank, Fair Haven, aro
1 lsiting at Mrs. Louise N. Jones. Moses
Stlckney of tills vitiligo wuit to Kast
.Mlddlebury last week to attend the fun
eral of a granddaughter. Frank II.
Hump of Plttsford. who has not been
in town for a long time, visited his par
ents, ilr. and Mrs. Judge Hump, last
Sunday. William H, Strong of Poultney,
formerly wilh Hay A- Jones of this i.
lage, was a guest last Saturday and Sun-
ilu. of Ids parents. .Mr. and .Mrs. W. K.
Strong. llllam Jones ol 1 roy spent
last week with his parents, ilr. and ilrs
, W. W. Jones of the Siiolieville hamlet
I Mrs. J. D. Walker went to Whitehall last
i Wednesday to attend the funeral of lur
I sister, Mrs. Hllzaliclh Fai ls. H. L, Wnl-
I her and wife went to Hydevllle lat week
to visit ilr, and .Mrs Dennis O'Hticn
'1 alius 'I lllcti.ialt and wife of Hutland
are guests of 11. L, Walker and wife of
llow.iid 11111, Carl Pratt was seriously
assaulted July .1 by ono William Cum
mlngs. Mr. Pratt was minding his own
business, but hi Ing Jostled In the eriwit
against nininliiRs. the latter slrm I, h nt
In a vicious mniuier with an Iron 1 1 ib rt
th" head .Mr. )n(tt Is attended b Dis.
Jones mid Newton. -it. if t In Hosw .ri .,
one of our i.ldist iltlzens. Is seriously ,il
at hl.i borne n Spoke Hie.- The re was n,
Inrgelv iitii'h'iid plctiln nt Sunset lako n
the Fniiiih It was gotten up by tho
iletbodlH Sunday school.
A very p, iMint evenng was spent In
the town b.,n r Sudbury Monday, July
li, when nb..i,t jim people gathered from
the towns oi Whiting. Orwell, Hepson,
nubbiiriltiiM nd Sudbury to extend thilr
congratulation, t Dr. und .Mrs H D,
Colby. The in i. w and groom returned
from their v.ddmg tour .Monday aTtir.
noon nnd inn. h p, t lie-It- surprise wer. r -illieslcil
In ti,. i rnlng to go to th
hall, They nn eortei to tin Ir sea s
of honor by ii- .,ii Mis. ,m. jjnlc
and ut onio 1M Klrr.lr,i ,y frrnds
from far and v,,r. After all bad ex
tended eongi el w , i iH ,t brnutif side,
boaid was pn m . ,i a t0M, f e
teem. The ni'imi l'lng very Willi all
enjoyed the In ,. , n,i t
lemonade whh li v. bountifully served.
Three wcro baptize ri ml P nrl into
membership in tie i ii r n
church last Sunday. Niu. r up.
tized, aid 1'.' weio reie., , ,,iin
111 the Mithodlst Church It- . y
Krnest lint' In ldcr. fdiynun l , n l
J. Hathaway and Hriu St II, m
the guests ,,r tbe Hev. O. I'. r.
ing the J 'on i th. .Mr. Sawti ll w
witli a sci Ions accident whip -it w ,
L. J. Farrlngtnn's barn, w.is t, . i
bis liome in Slnniiard hist Pn
Fourth of July celebration w i- l
ci ss in every way. Perfiit orde
vailed during the day. so that the r
lind llttlo to do. Not n drunken r
was to be seen on the streets The bat I
did themselves credit, and looked fire in
their new unforms. A few havo begun
hiving on the low lands, but hay is not
yet ready to cut as It is very late.
Herman Slayton and his three d-i'ieh-lers
arc stopping at Henry T'HicUs
for a few days Simon Parker his
buight the Clark Trow place, c .n.-lderi-tlem
JiOii. The funeral nf .Mr- Full"'
one of the oldest residents In town, tn k
place at the C. ntre church last S,r la
Three children by a former busbar '
Henjamln Wells, survive her. Hir i
W.lls of Cabot, ilrs. Wright Nelson f
Albany, Mrs. Etha Airsworth and ilr
Hervey Honjamln of this town, tho In
tir with whom she imd spent h'r l.i t
v-..r. She lived a Christian life . i
bu passed to her nw n-1 A large r t
b'r attended the ibdc iMnii of tie r a
hall of Frank Hit - eld-r Fost r
nrchr-tra furnished mucic Friday and
W. O. Nyo is sp- nd ing this week at
Saratoga. Tho Hev. Kfllo K Jones f
Harro held services at the chur h lisi
Sunday. Prof. O. K. Hollist-r i.- sp
ing ills summer vacation at his homo
in tins place. The Ladies' cinio meet
on Thursday afternoon at tho vestry.
Mr. and ilrs. WilJIam Klnsburv in 1
ills. Joseph Soniurvlle and chi' r i -f
Windsor aro visiting their pare is SI
and ilrs. Thomas Soinervillo this w k.
ilrs. Ge-orge Fletcher from Mui
Ind., eamo to town Saturday. Slv w
a former resident of this place. Dr. i id
ilrs. J. T. heolock and children fr r.
Waterbury ate visiting her father, Di
son Freeman, this week. ilr. and ilrs
Jesse Kellogg and daughter from M im
peller aro visiting relatives in town tl,,i
week. Mr. nnd .Mrs. V.. D. P i r I
son ilr. and ilrs. Kdward illper and I
children trom Waterbury C i tn 1
Herbert nnd Ixmise Sherwin of cm one .
Ma.ss., visited ilr. and ilrs. H. F Hart
on the Fourth. Miss Mabel Atkins la .ir
home for a while. ilrs. Addie IT I
will i lose her millinery store fir tt n
ir- r afti r tl.c Htl.. Mr. and ilr J i .
Klnsburv started for Can id.a ii
nioriilng. Wuitslield and Moret.'wn i i
hall teams played here butuniiv. M r -town
won by a score of 17 to .! iL rf
Cora ilcKcnney lias gone to waicn i y
to work. Sho went to Hurlington S t
urday. Mrs. Andrew Tuhla Is inn n bi-t.
ter. Her nurse returned tn Hurling' n
Friday. Tho Waterbury base bill tei i
defeated the little Junior t-:am hero
Tuesday by a score of 30 to 9.
ilrs. Sarah Dewoy of Montpelier vislte 1
at George Miles, a few days last w -
.Mrs. C. II. Jones is much bett- r bei g
able to ride out. .Mrs. Moses SI Vf s
improving. .Miss Pearl Kclio,'g '' Vt a -erbury
visited relatives in t wn last
week.-ilr. and ills K. K Ca'r 11 i
Waterbury visited friends m t wi H- ra
dav. Ha.en Clark finished w ?. at tbj
Viles electric plant last we ll and h s
moved his family to Barre.- Mr ,ir1 Mti
c. C. Hicli.irdson are rejoicing vn- t i
birth of n 7 1-J pound son. b .ru T
day. Juh . -.Mrs. S. A. Hryant ( 1 w
rence, M is.-., arrived in town Fr!di d
is to'sieiul several weeks with her s -
ter, ilrs. M. W. Miles. Cln t m Ken
is haunts " vacation from his duties aH
stage diner nnd Is visiting frier Is at
various points in ilassachus- tt - il fs
Caroline Swift went Monday to the N jt
ional Teachers' convention at 1 is' .
-U .. to return to Weirs. N H , wl r0
she has work for the summer, as t i a
).irl in one of tho hotels there.- il jrrav
Heynolds and Miss Maude Stevens were
united in marriage Sunday, Juno 27 at
Waterbury Centre, at tho bride's bom',
They expect to begin house k c png hero
next month. Tho Rev. Harry llild n
mid children of Northampton Conn., r
ilved In town last week. Tlio child' u
are to remain hero with .Mrs. t li, II -den
through the summer months, but Mr.
H olden went Immediately back.
ilrs. K. J. Spirrow sprained one apklo
wnile nt ilrs. Wheeler's social list n li
Wedne-day. Tho Library smlety wi 1
meet with .Mrs. NVlia White July
Thero were about W couples at tho dab
at Camp Comfort last Friday night, a 1
a largo crowd there Saturday aft. moon
and evening. After tlio tin-works dan -ing
vns Indulged in until midnight - Mis.i
Georgia Haw Kins closed a very sic cf
t ul term of school at .Maple Corner ll '
Fiiday. Harry It. Holies, seirelarv f
tho V. il. C. A. at Montpelier. with ,i
party ot 10 boys, aro in camp at Curtis
Pond. .Mis. Hoblnson of Montpelier is
nt Simon Wheeler's for tho summer -The
Good Tcmpl.us wll lhave a publi
entertainment July li. Everybody in
.Mr. and -Mrs. Leon Thayer are the h.ip
pv patents of a baby bo . born to them
last week. ilrs. James ilcOlaflln is on
tho sick lift. 13. P. Frenian is qulto
poorly Several young people went 1 1
Burlington, Harre and Lincoln to fpeml
the Fourth. Arthur Chatflold has sold
his colt to parties who Intend to nt him
up for the fall races.-K. W. Slayton haa
returned after a two weeks' trip.
Frank Wardner nnd daughter and Mrs.
Lorlna Allen from Concord, N. II , ami
Mr nnd .Mrs G C Hates from North
held were guests at Fred Blanchard's Sat-
(Continued on seventh page).
Dr. H. A. Barker.
Eye, Ear, Throat and Nose Only.
Odico hours until iluy 1st R:3ii n m.
to IL' On .May lt. tiotlco it ihango will
Hayworil Block, Burlington, Vermont.