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AdrertUttif In this column on cnt a
word, each lnirtlon. Copy may b chang
rjr week. Caah In advanca requ'rad.
No adverUn.ent taken which Is less than
twalva word, two llnea. Special tcrma to
aAvartlura no'.n. frntn 250 to 1000 llnei
within twelva consecutive month.
OWNERS OK FARMS who wish to hire
help or to ioll a farm should uhc thla col-
.tnn NTfiirlv lOTM) ponies of tills paper al.
aold every issue and your advertisement
would be rcaa ty many posmuiu
WANTED A car loud of irood maple
sugar and syrup. Give your lowest
prices for At Rood. 1''. O. R. outs at your
station. Address M. M. Plnuo, Yuiikers,
N. y. ;ti,sat,2t&3,w,2t.
In each county. Successful agents tt
good address, ajul the best ot habits,
will find tills a good opening;. One able
to work pait of the day only might
covor this city ant! Winooski. Address
with full particular as to nge, experi
ence, health, habits, snlury, etc., p. M.
Co., care Free Press. 52,M&wlt
WANTED A second-hand barrel-heading
turner, Gabriel Joslyn, South Hero, Vt.
YOUNG MAN r anted to work on farm,
who knows how tt milk cows. J. Wood,
West lbanon, N. II. 30,v2t.
AGENTS Wo have hundri-ds. of fast sell
ing articles. Send for Illustrated cata
logue. Atlas Mfg. Co., "0 Merrick St..
WorcoBter, Mass. SB,w,lt.
WANTED Man and wlfo to work on
rr.Uk, farm; man general farm work:
woman, housework; must bo competent
and wall recommended. C. A. Knicker
bocker. White River Junction, Vt.
WANTED April 1, 1991, on a village
farm In northern Vermont, a farmer,
on who understands horses, cattle anil
crops, Is strictly tempnrute and com
petent to have chargo in owner's ab
sence. Address, giving ago, experience,
family and wages expected, with refer
ences. "Farm," care of carrier No. 2'j,
Boston, Mass. Kt.uJt.
WE PAY $33 k WEEK rs
to Introduce Poultry Compound. Inter
national Mfg. Co., Parsons, Ivans,
36,wlt ,
KOR SALE Large single house, also
doiibps torement, centrally located, a
bargain. Inquire at 33 Lincoln avenue,
Rutland, Vt. &l,Gt&C'i,wlt.
FOR SALT, Farm of 173 acres, for wile
1c Colchester, 2 miles from Wlnookl, 4
miles from liurllngton, on the main
load, good buildings will kpep T) cows
and team. For further particulars in
quire of M. W. Newton, R. F. IX. Wl
noos'.tl, Vt. !Mt-
MY FAF.M of lsr. acres for sale between
Richmond and Jericho Centre. George
Cunningham, Jericho. 35w,!t.
FOR BALK The well known
tarni, ' situated In the town
Haven, containing 137 acres.
ot New
divided lor tiUnae and grazing.
dairy farm, plenty of wood on the pluce
for home use, good water ami plenty
cf buildings. Within one mile of vil
lage, church, school, creamtry, two
sttires and large box factory doing a
nourishing buslnesi, plenty of work if
u man or bis family want It and board
at home, aim goo.1 market for all farm
produce. Anyone wM.Ing to buy ple.i'e
write or come and see tho above prop
erty. All questions cheerfully answer
oil, 'lhc aboe faim Is for :mle tor $13
per ncie. Will take pirl on mortgage
or discount a little fur cash W. J.
Nash, Atlm., I1den, Vt. 3,w2t.
FOR SALIC In tho town of Wolcolt. con
venient to H. n., schools, mills, cream
ery, churches, etc., a good farm with
a Jl.Cv barn, pair horse and running
water, wood and sugar bush, fully
equipped with stock and tools, Imme
diate posffsslon given. Price $2,Ci0. ?2.'
cash, balance 1100 a year and a per cunt,
interest. Must como well recommended
to get this chance. Apply at once. Tho
J. E. Hunt Real (Cstato Agency. Essex
Junction, Vt. ffi.w.tf.
FOR SALE By tho bargain finder, a ID)
aoro farm In L;unoillo Co., I 1-2 miles
from large village, R. R., creamery,
mill, etc., jrood market, good S-room
house, fair barn, plenty of wood ami
running water, jboo worth of soft tim
ber, farm lays fine, no rocks, mountains
or sand. Prlc.o ji.boo, H0 caih, stoek
und tools extra. The J. K. Hunt Real
Brtate Agency, Essex Junction, Vt.
240 acres, will keep 25 cows and
two thousand cord-i hard wood,
tlftv thousand feet soft timber,
200 acres, will keep 20 cows and
tea m,
S cootl oows. til sheH. one yenrllmr
all farming tools, about 500 Hap buckets,
;rooii sugar nouse, pans, amies, etc.,
alKjnnt .100,000 feet soft timber, been ot
tered twelve hundred dollars for timber
on stump, 3tj miles from JlaitUvkk,
1J9 ucrcs. will keep twelve tows
and tea.m, 4 miles from Hnrdwiek, Jl.WJ,
Will sell stock and farming tools If Ue
blred, Pulhling? in gotvl repair on all these
farms und never failing waters on eac'i
J. II. DREW, Real Estate.
2li,w,tf llaxlwick, Vt
TO ItET ON SHARES one nf the best
largo farms In Vermont, plenty tools
and live stock, near village and railroad.
Only capable farmers need apply, Ad
dresH G, Wallace, Fren Press ofllee, liur
llngton, Vt. 35,w,rit.
YOU CAN INVFHT not user J2.VJ.M at 20r;
per annum, no scheme. Hanking pi op
o.iition. Send 4o stamps for booklet.
George I. Robinson, Jr., 2'0 Washington
St., Roston, Mass, 51,6t&wlt
NOTICE Horse training byanexperleneed
man, A specialty mailo ot vicious anl
mals. Henry Aldrlch, 175 Shelbunie St
hale. In cloth binding $3.50 fur set of
two volumes, Tho second volume nlono
J1.25. Free I'reas Association, Hurling
ton, Vt. Sl.wly
NOTICE hew little It costs to tell tnou
santla of renders In many towns of Ver
mont what you have to tell or what you
wish to buy. Aqverllso In the Frco Press
and you will get replies to your ndver
tisuwient. 37,wtf
AROUT FARMS If you want to buy
a farm? let me know. I have Home bar
gains. Or If you want to sell your farm
send mo full pnitieulars, 1 may be nf
assistance to you, M, M, Pharo, YonkcrH,
N, Y. ra,ISt:i.w,ll.
- -AT
Local Items of Interest From All
Parts of the Green Moun
tain State.
The Wtnooskl Valley, Villages tip North
From (he lnlnnel In the Lake to the
rnsiiumpnlc, Along Otter Ccck
and by the Shore of Wtaltei
River Centred by Spe
clnl Correspondent a.
The annual town reports have brcn Is.
sued and have been mailed to the lax
payrs of the town nntl they show that
tho grand list of tho town Is Jl'J.'.TS.ll and
that the amount to be raised by tax Is
SlVdD.SS. It is estimated Hint It will re
fiulrc a tax of .0 cents on Hie dollar to
lnet-t the expense of the year. '
Mrs. It. II, Wright who has been ailing
for some time, died at her home at Wey-
brtlgo hill Thuittl.ty at tho age of K
yen t ft. The funeral was held Saturday
.it J p. in. .mil the Rev. It. V. Thompson
of Rrartd.in ofl'iolatid.
K. I!. Stone while posting bills Friday
morning In the large window of Dr. 1.
Sti.arns'rf drug store, made a misstep nntl
went against the whitlow smashing thn
largo plate glass. Mr. Stone oseapttl
without Injury.
Edward Jiuttolph anil K. 13. Rich have
formel a partnership anil will open a
grocery and boot and .shoe store in the
loom recently vacated by A. Calhoun At
Son. They expect to get started about
Hie middle ot March.
C. P. Olpson died at the home of Horace
F.lmcr, In tho east part of the town Sun
day night, at the ago of S3 years. He Is
survived by two sons, George M. of this
town nnd Frank Glpson of Ontario, Can
ada. He was formerly a prominent man
In Salisbury.
Mrs. S. A. Rurnham left Wednesday for
California, w lit re she will Join her hns-
hand and. if phased with the country,
they will make their future homo tbeie.
Her nephew, Harry Tuber, accompanied
her anil Mill enter a school there.
News lias been received of the death
I at Northampton, Mass., of William Jones,
a inrmer reiie'in til mis cay.
A .veiling child of Mr. and Mrs, William
Gootlitle Is ill with small pox. Tho house
nnd family, consisting of eleven persons,
are under quarantine.
A Sunday school rally was held In the
Congregational Church Thursday evening
under the direction of tho Addison Coun
ty Sunday School association, and con
ducted by the field secretary, the Rev.
Etlward M. Fuller or Rurlington, Rep
rtf entatives of the Baptist, Congregation
al and Methodist Sunday schools weie
present. L. G. Whltfnrd, president of the
county association, presided. After the
opening song service there was n conter.
onto upon the question "What Does Our
,j'Bcnooi .mosi .M'eti parucipnieu in ny
MiperinicnueiHs, teachers ami scholars
I from cat h .if the Sunday schools. The
Held secretary slimmed up the points
'brought nut In the discussion. Thfn Mr. j
, Fuller presented the advantages of town-
'ship association. Tim Rev. II. A. Wood
discussed "Th" Relation of the Church
Member to the Sunday School." The
round table was an Interesting part of
'the evening's ext rehes. This was enn
I ducted by Mr. Fuller. Tho following
A Chines Here For You.
Grist mill doing nice business, flno
power, 3 run of stone, all in yood re
pair, 3 railroads, excellent shipping
point, low price It sold quick.
400 acre farm, 100 in timber, keeps
SO cows, largo barn with basement, run
ning water, meadows can mosty be
mowed with machine, i 3 miles to vil
lage. Price !3,7j0; easy terms.
150 acre farm, 2 miles to village,
m,.e to creamery, running water, house
nntl barn, 2000 sugar trees, lt story
house, 7 rooms, barn tics up 20 head, 17
cows, and good equipment or farming
tools. $2500, first payment 500.
Two grocery stores, two general
stores, two hotels, 1 livery stable, 1
blacksmith shop, all excellent oppor
tunities. Write at once.
The Reynolds WcGlnnls Co.
Bargains in Real Estate.
No. 2-
-One of the tlnest plac s In Hran
known as the Thayer place, steam
etc., etc. Good lam. Is rconib in
HDl'SES houses In MMdlebury ot nil
dlriptlnns and p-ice.
FA KM- il pjti acres of valuable land, lo
cated '? mile from l.etvislt r .luuttlon,
gtiod buildings, with tenement house. A
valuable hay fat in for only $1 "no, with
tttnui and tools lor S5.000.
FARM 3-7." acres of goi,J land, new
house ami good barns, located I mile
from Mldillebury. A gieat bargain for
I ".
HAItG.MNS I have all kinds of prop
erty to sell. If you want to buy or sell
wiile me at once.
Real Estata Dealer,
lUiiUlk'lmry, Vt. 30-w
Teeth Extracted
AbiHfiiti'ly Without l'ulu.
Tho only offlco In Burlington where
you can get teeth extracted without a
particle of pain without taking gaa.
My mtithotl Is used by no other person.
No pain; no dangor; no after effects,
lilt, I.. IIA.EX.
OtIIce 1S5 Pine street, Hurllnston, Vt
Olllco hours, 10 to 3, 7 to 8.
who have much correspondence
with buyers in the large chic
will find it tho part of wis
dom to uso printed letter heads
and envelopes and printed bill
heads. This is a cheap way to
advertise that you are an up to
date business man.
It vou buy your printing of the
TION you will be well treatuU.
Real Estate Agency.
FARM8, H0ME3, BU81NE38,
canholpyou. Callorwrlte.
irswswKi MontpeI!erYtB
questions which were naked lndlcnto the
scope of the round table: "How Do you
Dispose of the. Review Sunday?" "Is tho
niackboartl Practical?" "How Should It
He l.'scd?" "What Is the Heat Way to
Increase, Regulnr WocUly Attendance and
Offerings?" "How Can Wc Induce Scholars
lo Study Their Lo.nons Beforo Coming
to the Sunday School?" Several other
questions were nskod and all wore dis
cussed In an interesting mannor. Mr.
Fuller Is making a tour of Addison coun
ts, visiting every town. He has Just com
pleted such n tour of Rutland county, and,
after finishing: this work In this county,
goes at once to Lamoille county.
The city report for the lineal year end
ing February 1, 1WM, Is now In the hands
of the voters of this city. Tho report
shows that It cost 1 1,781.13 less to run tho
city tho last year than the preceding yenr.
The city poor account shown iv decrease
of $303.27; while the police account shows
mi Increoao of 1231.30.
Carlos Pluelo shot a fox near tho Bur
roughs hill Saturday.
Friday as Mrs. Hoifnaglo wiia leaving
a car at New Haven junction sno snppoei
and fell, putting her elbow out of Joint.
Mrs. Heilfniigle, who Is a resident of New
York Rlattt, Is a ilntiRhlcr of Mr. and
Mrs. .lames Wilson of Now Haven, and
was tin her way to attend the funeral of
her uleof.
A daughter was iccontly born to Mr.
nntl Mrs William C'otey of this city.
H. 1,. Devoid has purrhiiHcil the Henry
Lnroso farm In Munition.
Garrett Coiiny, an aged nnd well known
farnitr, riled at Ills homo In l'anton Hun
day night front e ant or, aged x.' years, lto
Is survived by n
of l'anton, one
wife, one sun, Hdward,
dnuu liter. Mrs. John
O'Douuell of Wiircesttr. Mass., one broth
er. Richard Cotirey of llrlstol und two
sisters, Mrs. Margaret Grace and Miss
Johanniih Conrey nf llurllngton. The I'll-,
in ml was heltl at St Peter's Church In
this city
Wednesday morning at
nlni) ;
o clock.
II. h. Marshall of Addison has
Imported about 20 registered
recently I
Oxford !
sheep, which, it Is leported, he will show'
at the fairs ueM fall.
C. L. Jnckson has sold his yearling Dur
ham bull calf which he has been advertis
ing In the Free Press to lllnesburgh par
ties. Saturday while Helen and her young
brother. Roy, chtldten or Mr. and Mrs.
Allen Burroughs, were coasting, Helen,
who was steering, fell off ami Roy, not
being able to control the sled, was pitch
ed Into a who fence, sustaining a severe
gash on one nyelM and receiving other
had scratches about the face.
The well that C. L. Jackson Is having
drilled on his tarm Is now 75 feet deep
but n satisfactory How of water has not
yet been reached.
The following extracts are taken from
the auditors' report for 1!X1: Selectmen's
orders, H5.MS.07; school teachers' salaries,
H.'K.'.i'S; total tost of schools, JM41.33;
overseer ot the poor, .,t,0V.Pii; road com
missioner Smith, S7R2.91; road commis
sioner Murray, J5W.C7; Constable R. S.
Smith has j'i'U.ti uncollected taxis In his
hands, and J12I.31 of land rents, .town ball
receipts, f303.!i7;fxpeuses,26.0S, the hatch
way and eess pool cost. W22 5't. license
commissioners, $S2n, services and oNpenses,
$r.::.r; net profit from dog fund. ?125.ln;
lecelpls ot the t'emeterv assoclition, ,W-'.-:;
expenses. j.'iL'I.S'i; the Bristol library
expended Jil2 and has tSS.20 in the treas
uty; heoltli ofheer's report shows Jl.V.i'i
expendetl and 131 cases of contagious dis
eases; Ircasurtr's receipts, S2'J,7K.4, ex
penst"!, S2i.07S.ui;. The assests of the town
are ?15.2Vv!tl, nntl the total Indebtedness
Is $.'3,iw.j:l ngiilnst t:v,3H".i2 in 1002. Tho
grand list of IWi.i was .111 014 73
Miss Clara Dunshec has returned from
i visit of several weeks with her hister
in Scrnnton, Pa. Hoy Palmer has finish
ed work for I'". H. Sumner and returned to
Slmiohnm. David Murray has been vis
iting in I'nderhlll the past week The re
port of the librarian of the Htistol Free
I library lor M03 Is as follows: Receipts,
Inepitllng balance in the treasury March
1, Vi.13, $400. 12; expenses, $312.22; 1,811 vol
umes In the library; (V2 people resist red
as borrowers, circulation In ISM, fi.O';.
in tho ra',0 of H. A. Atkins vs. William
Mar.son & Co. of Burlington before Jus
tice H. P. Sherwln Saturday, judgment
was rendered for the plaintiff to recover
550 tlamapes and costs of $7.f. An appeal
was taken to county court. A. G. Whltte
morc of Burlington became surety in tho
sun 1 of $50 The Boys' club of Bristol has
been organized with the following hoard
of tifflct'is: W. H, Bosworth. president;
Dr. A. M. Norton, vlce-presldnt ; F R.
Dick rmiiu, secretary, F. O. Ilasklns.
treasurer: the Rev S P. Perrv. superin
temlenf Dr. F. T. Hrigsrs. Dr. G. F. Ed
munds, Dr. E. W. Srmttuck .and W. W.
Wilson, directors. The club will meet
In tqe Athletic club rooms In Norton's
block every S.iturdny afternoon at two
o 'nek.
Mrs. Charles Williamson will lend the
Epworth League inciting at the Meth
odist Church, and Miss Hnttln Blckford,
the Christian Endeavor meeting at tha
Baptist Church noxt Sunday evening
The I'aptist choir is assisted In the Sun
day sen-Ices by Arthur Henry and his
violin. Mrs. M. E. Hughes bus returnwl
lo Boston after a visit with relative hero.
Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Wright of Cam
bridge, N. Y. were In town Sunday. Miss
Mae Dillon, d tuirhter of Mr. and Mrs.
Andrew Dillon, Is seriously ill. There
was a large attendance at the Sunday
school rally .In tho Baptist Church Sun
day altcrnoon. Tho present tarm of tho
gn.ded school closet Marcli IS. G. W.
Sncdon is still confined to his house by
illness. S. M. Goft roportn the morning
temperature for Februaiy follows
Highest, 43 tlegrees above aero; lowest
l1. degrees below zero; average, lHil last
year, 20'. i riiinfall, 1
hit lies; ten morning'
inch; snowfall, 19
below zero; last
vrar, two mornings,
Edw.irl B. Patterson of this town and
Miss Myrtle Jennys or Ovl 1. .X. Y . were
quietly marl led Tuesday ntternoon at tho
home ot th" groom on West stiePt, tho
Rev. C N. Thomas performing the core-
mony. I hey will lie nnsent on a short
wedding trip. The ladles' Home Circle
will me-t wllh Mrs F. I. Ward this after
noon. Letti rs advertised in the Bilstol
poslollue February 2!l' .Miss F.inuy Eubnr,
Wllh. nil Hottgee. Thomas llaie. Mrs
lCmlly Potter continues seriously ill at
her home on Pleasant street hour oung
voters took the ticemans oath at the
town meeting Tuesday.
Mrs. Mary Juno Latlam, esteemed wlfo
of Julius Laflnm, died at her home on
Saturday morning, February -'T, of pneu
monia. She was the devoted mother of 10
i hiklren. all ot whom are living, ihe eld
est is years of age, the. youngest four
months, seven sons and three daughters.
An aged father and moth, r, foui sisters
nntl two brothers. In sides a large circle
of friends will mourn her loss. Tin' fu
neral will be heltl at Vei geiini s at St.
Peter s Church on Monday. February 1:9,
at It n o'clock in tho morning. -Miss Htott
of district number .1, guc her school a
line sleigh title on Ftlday iiflerneion.
I lea ns and flags were In abundant e among
Ihe children.-Mr. anil Mis. S II. Martin
attended the Old Folks' lance at Mitldle
bury on Friday evening.
Mrs Susan Wright anil MI'S Elizabeth
have returned from Rutland ami opened
their hoilte. Miss Je-sln Lann t.f i mii
wnll Is visiting her sister, Mis. Leslie
WIthcicll. Monday. F h. 'Si the 1 hi mis
Cove Chapter, D. A. It., guo a Mint ha
Washington reception to their genlliininil
lrlends at thn home of the Chapter P.n.
gent, Mrs. C. N, North. About C" wero
present. Tuesday Fob, 2. was gentle
man's night In the Moravian club, when
tin v also entertained the Oreve port
nlghllyand their gentlemen friends. About
a. were present.-Miss Nellie Tottlngh.ini
has returned from a visit In Ihe southern
part of thn Stntn.-Mr. nntl Mrs. V. j.;
Douglas, It. A. Ilolmei and others at
tended tho farmciH' meeting In Dndport
Wednesday. '
Granl S. Baldwin or uritiport has sold
his farm to F.hvln V.. Myrlck and pur
chased tho Codworth farm of j. t.
Stlcknoy. Ho expects to inovo to town
about April 1. There was a largo at
tendance at tho open Grange meeting
Friday night. A. M. Smith Is moving
to It, II, Preble's houso Postniavtei'
Dickinson of Benson spout Sunday with
Ida son, John Tho wind tin Sunday
llllctl tho cast and west rontlH full,
Mrs. II. D. Hoffnnulo of Tlcontleroga,
N, Y., rllppea and fell on tho railroad
track at New Haven Junction Wednes
day night, dislocating her elbow nnd
breaking ono bone In an arm. She came
to attend thn funeral of her brothers in
fanl ditighlor. Miss Chnrlolto lloffiiagle.
Is visiting friends In Sliver Iane, Conn.
.T. F. Rowley Is homo from Burlington,
sick with llio giip.-J. W. Klngslcy
of the U. V, M., Is spending a few days
nt Ills home. F. 11. llrooks of Anthony,
Kan., a former resident, visited friends
In town recently. Mr, anil Mrs. W. O.
Whoclerohtertalnedthe Newl-Iaven Whist
etub Friday evonlng.-Mr. and Mrs. O. K.
Klngsley are visiting In Brlstol.-S. D.
Dnud returned from an extended trip
through thn South Thursday. Mrs. Will
iam narrow Is visiting relatives In Ferris
Mr. and Mrs, George Roseoo of Addison
were thn guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. A.
Farr over Sunday. Tho Pedro club was
entertained kmi week by Mr. nnd Mrs.
(Almou KnoM. Finn refreshments wire
nerved and a very enjoyable evening pas
ed. The score stood six to two in favor
of the laiilof. lirncst Allen expects soon
to go lo the Mntv Fletcher hospital, Hur-
lltigtnn, where he Is to suffer an opera
tion for the removal ot Mtofula swellings
on his face and neck. Mr. Allen has al
ready undergone 2.1 similar operations.
Mr. Edith Dewey Robertson was the
guest of Mis. C. F. Partridge a few days
'"M week. The Kings Daughters met at
the home or II. G. Peek lust H.ilurtsay af
ternoon with JINs Reiia Peck as hostess.
The socloty Intenils giving n Washington
soel.il hi the near future. Harold Rogers
of Fair 1 1 win was In town visiting friends
well.. The- teachers and pupils of
the IiItIi seheiol w ere given a sleigh ride
hist Thursday afternoor by .Mr. Stratton.
Last week Thursdny evening, William
Davis, while going to his home oh School
street hill, had the misfortune to fall
on the Ice- and break Ills hip. The doctor
thinks Mr. Davis will never be able to
walk again. Tim concert given by the
Ladles' fJlro club of Mlddlcbury college
was a success llttnnclnlly. The amount
realized being 422. Owing to repairs going
on In Gnoil Templars' ball, the next meet
ing of Cold Spring Lodge will be Satur
day evening, March 5, at the home of Mis.
Cl.uence Rus-sell.
A (own Sunday school rally will be
held In the Congregational chapel nil
Flitlny, March 1, commenelnf- nt 10 a.
in, There will be a morning and an af
ternoon session n nil all' the people of
the town are cordially invited to attend.
The Rev. E. M, Fuller, State secretary1
of the Vermont Sunday school conven
tion, will address Ibe mooting. A bas
ket lunch ami coffee will be served.
The meeting of the Agricultural asso
ciation held at the town hall passed off
successfully. A good number wm. In at
tendant e and all se uni d to enjoy lb - day.
-Very Utile Jlsturbance was mule in
town meeting in Cornwall this year, only
ore change was made hi the school board,
I. II. Wurnei' In lug suet et iled by T. P.
I) Matthews.-Dr. E, ). Porter, who has
been on the sit k list, is now louuilescent.
Seeral members of the local Grange at
tended the. meeting m Middlebury on Fri
day evening last.
Over 50 membeis of the Farmers'
I'nlon met at the home of H. II. Young
Thursday evening of last week for their
annual oyster supper. A elaiighter was
born to Mr. anil Mrs. Arthur, Grace tho
3rd Mrs, Naomi Purinton has been
with her griinihiughter, Naomi Hulburt
in MonKon, ft.r a few weeks past.
A largely attended meeting of tho
land ownem on otter Creek who have
been pushing u suit In chancery against
t li c owners of the water power at Mid
dlebury was held here Monday. A pro
position of the latter to settle was con
sidered and lefusetl by a unanimous
vote as it was not at all acceptable to
the hind owners. A largo sum of money
was pledged to be used if necessary in
prosecuting th suit. This is the now
famous "Push-board" ense which lias been
prominent 'or si years). The farmers
have a.esui.inces from good legal uu
thoilty that thov will win the ease.
Th" oster suppi r for the bt nellt of the
Rev. M. A. Haines Thursday evening
was lamely attended, let, persons .being
present. The iceoipts til t lie evening were
Jul. A tin literal y and music il pro
granimi v...s cariied out. S. .1. Sargent
Is very sick with pneumonia. George. and
Harry Morgan went to Wnrreu Fiitlay
lor a two days' visit. 1 low aid Sargent
ant) Clyde Rock have gone to Massa
chusetts looking for work
Vile Aid sock-t cleared S.'.'i from the
dinner and s.ile Tur sd ty. S, J. Sargent
Is Improving. Ills sister, Mrs. LjIh Clark,
Is asslstlnir in the care of him. Mis. L.
C. Balu Mslted relatives in Dutllngtiin
last week Edmund Keltem has moved
Into Charles Kinsley's tenement house
and will work lor Mr. Kinsley the com
ing year.
The pui lis attending the pilmary de
partment of the gradetl school whose
standing for the winter term In nil studies
ami in deportment was V", or more
ato nametl in the following list:
A class. Lucius Bauow HI, Gertrude
Hrown Oil. Leu Coursey !U, Fordyce Devoid
!C, L.im,i Dupra S7, Jane Lawrence is7,
Carrie Merrill li, Harold Me Neil s.7. Ray
mond Pi'ltUi Lizzie Belle Sanlau 91,
Ward Uhalell VO, Kittle Meirill 91, Mclviii
Pieston 9. 15 t lass. Elijah Davlgunti W,
Isabelle Forti 93, Albt.it Rule jr., Marie
Ann D.i Ignnu !? Kllhan Davlgnon juj, Mil
dred I lottmiglc 9il, Harlan Palmer W,
rruillnc Parted 9.:, Edith Guy 91. C class,
Hit-old Hrown 97, Grace Dupre 97, Uoyd
Guy Aillla Stow 97.
F. c. Cn
of late.- J.
victims ol
Hie has been on tile sick list
R. Rice lias been one of the
grip. J. C Sollacn of Ludlow
icrently lsiti. irif-iitls here. -There were
no scivi es in tho Congregational Church
last Sunday. Next Sunday morning, the
lilh, communion will be observed. - Frank
Snntlei I, mil has been In poor health for
some time. I loraie Pa.Min will 'airy on
the larm of J. T. Limns ihe coining year.
Mrs. V. E. Tunnel started Saturday for
her old home in Willslmro.
Frltla evening the Grange held an open
meeting and uWo give an n.st.r supper
to their guests Several iroi, town at
tended a dance in liridport Fiitlay evening.--The
Rev. T. A. Cailsou was able to
occupy tin pulpit of the Ctuifiiegatloual
Church Suiida after il'l Illness of two
weeks. The Glass Blowers nro exhibiting
each coining In Academy hall this week,
Mrs. Julia Sundeiland nntl Hubert Nor
ton lire mi Inn sick list. Fred Harris was
re-eli'cietl road commissioner at town
meeting. - Mr. nntl Mrs William Bllieau
were In Mineville. N Y, Sunday. Mrs,
Emma Wolcolt Is visiting her sun, Carroll,
lor u few days. Charles Ilueslls ls oii the
The Hancock Dramatic club played to
a fair crowd Saturday evening. Tint act
lug was Muy gootl considering they were
all beginners. The ladles of the Olive
liinnch will meet with Mis. Ellas Claltlu
March 9, at 2 p, in. -Alfred Waul has
gono tie Ins home In New York Statu for
a short Wslt.-Chatlos Rulnhoth Is sick
with pneumonia anil his mother Is hero
fiom Niw Ymk caring for him. Mrs.
Rlehurl lloytleii is on tho sick list, L.
J. Robinson got his hand hurt badly the
other din whllo trying to lix some ma
A son was born iccenlly lo Mr. und Mrs.
Harry ll.tglev Mrs. H. C llubbiittl visit
ed her sister, Mis. Boutell, In Rochester
last wcel.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Martin C.irr nro visiting
rrlends In Northfleld. Mrs. C. W. Barber
has returned to her home aftnr spending
several weeks at her son's. Mr. Blanch
nrel of Fcrrlsburgh has moved to tho
Ezra Dlko farm. Ira Barber Is homo
with his family for u time Mr. Kelton
has moved to Lincoln. Corn Barber In
recovering from the scarlet fever. Mis.
George Sprlgg of New Haven visited Hat
tin McLean last week. The Rev. E. M.
Fuller, lleU secretary of tho International
Sunday School association, held a very
Interesting meeting at tho Baptist Church
on February 23. A select whist party has
recently been formed. ThnTiext meeting
Is to ho nt Waldo Clark's. Mr. and Mrs.
Carl Smith and llltlc son started for their
homo in Benton Harbor, Mich., on Feb
ruary 35. They wll stor at White Creek,
N. Y., nnd visit Mr. and Mrs. Evorest,
Mrs. Smith's sister. They have spent noma
time here with Mrs. Smith's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Wright Elmer. Mrs. Ernest
Southard has returned from a three
weeks' visit with her patents In Randolph.
Mabel Hire It at William Noonan's
for the summer. Thn danco on Friday
evening was n, success. George Noonnn
anil Grue Rodelto have been working thej
gasolene engine and wood saw belonging
to Unfits Ntion.m In tho west part of the
town ana s they wore moving the saw
they tipped over and both were Injured
quite badly, llodetto received a gash on
his knee ami Noonnn ono on the calf of
his leg. Dr. Wlllaid dressed the wounds
aid they are doing well but will be laid
up for a time. II. W. Spoontr's family
ate all sick with the grip,
Charles Child of New York Is spend
lug a two weeks' vacation with his par
ous. Mr. and Mrs. W. U. Child. The
C. fl. society of tho Congregational
Church sent the following named dele
gates to the convention nt Vorgcnncs
last Sittuday. Dewev Smith, Etlward Cul
ver, Elmer Wright und Miss Lettlc Mc
Murtry B it Stmtevnnt has purchased
tho Halo tilace. The Ladies' Aid of the
Methodist Church met with Mrs. McKln
Iy last Wedm sd.iy. Mrs. Mt Grath of
Mlnevlllc. N. Y.. Is with her daughter,
Mrs, Grant St-nrlovant, for u few days.
Emma, the little daughter of Mr. and
Mts. (limit Sttu levniit, died very sud
denly on Thursday morning nf last week
of heart failure, following an attack of
the grip, aged two years. Funeral service.!
were held at the home at eleven o'clock
on Satiiiilny, the Rev. Alexander McKln
ley olllclatlng. The Interment was
at Maple Grove cemetery. L. C.
Slurtevanl of Tlcnnderoga, N. Y
wis in town last week to attend
the funeral of his little granddaughter.
Mrr. Ruth Wilght. wltlow of Daniel C.
light, idletl at her home near the monu
ment tin Thursday morning of last week,
alter a long and painful Illness from a
complication of diseases, dually icsultlng
In tuberculosis. Mrs. Wright was a
woman ol many sterling qualities ami be
fore disease laid Its blighting hand upon
her, active and eillcient in churt h and so
cial life She bad been for many years a
member of the Mctlulist Church of this
place. Funeral services were held at her
lute home on Saturday afternoon, the Rev.
R. L. Thompson of Brandon, a former
pasteir, olllclatlng, nsslstttl by the Rev. A.
.Mckinley and the Rev. W. W. Smith, ami
she was laid to lest 111 Maple Grove ceme
tery by tin side of her husband, who died
several yeais ago. Mrs. Wright leavc3
one daughter, Miss Sadie, who has faith
fully caictl fur her through her protracted
On Fe-bruary 21 Miss Hon Brooklns gave
a patty to eleven little girls in honor of
iter eleventh birthday. Delicious refresh
ments were served and the little folks
started at an early hour for their homes
not forgetting to leave Mud remembi ant es
for their little friend and school-mate.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Lutee Benedict of Castleton
visited ids sister, Mrs. Rich, last nettle
John Dumis Is gaining slowly. Mrs.
Charles Cook vent to Vcrgeniics on Tues
day, being called there by the illness of
her niece, Mrs. Harry Booth, who has
tvphoid feer. Frank Shldon of Corn
wall has moved Into the Ruttol'ph place.
Charles Trombley has moved Into tho
Treadway house.
Mrs. Burt of Burlington was
guest at A. Leer.indV. A oiy
a recent
nig ruUv was held last week In thn Con
grcgatlot.ul (lamb, comprising all the
Sunday schools of the town. The afb r
lio.m s-esslon was followed bv supper pro
Mdtil bv the Utiles at the Centre for all
in att'indanee The Rev. II. M. Fuller
Held secretary for the State, was present
and gave evi'dnnee of his htness for the
position. At Ihe evening session i to.vn
oi R-tnization was effected wllh the lol
loping officers: President, Harvey F.
Bach; vice-president. Coburn .Martin:
ecreiaiy and treasurer. Miss e era l artl.
Mrs. Elvira Blrk. tt is suntlltig a lew
liiiys in Burlington with her daughter.
Clva. at the home of Mrs. Keach Mr.
Gardner has moved to N. H. Balls and
will earrv on his farm. Joe Calletto will
work the farm of George M. Adams, uid
liar. ey Dubuque will occupy the tene
ment house of W. H. Dean and work for
him tho coming year. Mr. Noble of Vnr
ecnnc.s is visiting her sister, Mrs. Solo
mon Field. The Itobinsor Litetury 'lub
met last week at Elmer Blrkelt's. After
the literary exercises consisting of th.
Evening with Holmes," Mr, Harvev
Garnp entertained those present with
ougs. dialogues anil Instrumental music
bv aid of the graphnphonn. Next Tues
day evening the club will hold lis last
meting for this season at 11. J. Car
penter's. Mrs. Chandler Peck left on Fri
day to spend some time with her sister
in Charlotte. Rowland Robinson went to
Parre last week anl pirehased a lino
matched pair of sorr'l draft horses. In
It iv'ltg. home he took a severe colli and
has been under the doctor's caie, but is
lnipru lug.
A small amount of newspaper ativcr-
Using spne-c is the right thing for a small
business. That's the only kind of a busi
ness it will lit.
T G. Bionson's son nntl two daughters
art home from B.ikersfleld. The Rev. Mr.
Beau of Jericho preached at the Baptist
Chinch last Sunday. Mis. Silas Marshall
Is gaining. -Mrs. J. P. Marvin nntl son,
Russell ae cNpeeteil home this week.
Alonzo Crantlall Is moving to Hnrdwiek,
The union temperance meeting was heltl
ill thn Congregational Church Sunday
ening and It was very largtiv ntt'-ndcil.
A ery Interesting address wis glvu by
the Rev. (iuy l.amson of Montpe'ler and
remarks w. re made by the Rev. J. D.
Waldit'ii. Hie Itcv. II L. Ward nntl the
lit v. J. A. Dixon, pastors of the churches
here. Special music was rendered by a
qnuitctlo composed of Mrs. lloltoii anil
Mrs. Brown nntl Missis. George Hoyt anil
Ross with Mrs. Paqucttc at thn organ.
G. AY. Fester, who has been III for several
days, ilocs not seem to Improve. Mr. and
Mrs. Peril y Shattuck and Mr. ami Mrs.
William Smith are receiving congratula
tions over the in rival of sons In their fam
ily. Mr. anil Mrs, George lloyt left Tues
day for Spriiiglleld, Mass., where they
expect to remain for two weeks. Mrs, A,
O. Titus, who was called to Wagoner,"
Indian Territory, by the Illness of her
sister several weeks ago, returned home
Saturday evening. Owing lo a delay In
trains, Russell II. Conwell was not able
to reach hern until Fiitlay evening lo
give Ihe leetuic which was announced
for Thursday evening. His lecture was
"Heroism ot Private Lift" and was ex
ceedingly Interesting. This was the fourth
time Mr. Conwell has lectured before the
people of Hnrdwiek. Mrs, Council accom
panied him here, Mrs, C C. Stewart Is
confined to the house by illness. The
ladles of the Methodist Church served
dinner at the vestry Tuesday. Harvey
Burnap of Montpellcr has purchased the
store In llerseyvlllo of Mr. and Mrs. i, H.
Hersey. Mr. Burnnp expects to run a
mercantile business. A social was given
by Ihn Juvenile Templars In their rooms
Saturday afternoon.
Wllma Tngo ot Oeorgla Is nt Cs.pt. Gay's
for ft few weeks, Alton Costellri begun
work for ,f. E, Fllnn March I. Roy How
ard moved to B. I). Mnrtln's farm Satur
day. A party of fifteen Sodomites were
entertained Saturday evening by Mr. and
Mrs. A. C. Fay. Pedro was the amuse
ment. Refreshments wero served. O. C.
Hyer had his shoulder Injured Sunday
by a barn door which he was propping
up. It fell and struck him, knocking him
down nnd rendering him unconscious for
a brlnf time. He is still quite lame from
tho Injury. S. M. White returned Tues
day to Daniel Griffith's, where his wife
I. Jj. Thompson of Colchester has moved
to the Mrs. Helen Humphrey farm.
M. A. Bullock has moved to his houses In
tho village and Chus. Dllemeter has moved
from Mr, lfullock's house to the Mrs.
Cook farm. Tho men of the parish aio
arranging to glvo their "Lords of Ci ra
tion" ontortninment In tho near future,
full particulars of which will be given
later. These annual events are looked tor
ward to with much anticipation, as ono
of tho events of the season by our people.
A party of relatives gavo Miss Emma
L. Church u surprise on tho evening of
her leap year birthday, February 29. al
tho home of her sliter, Mis. F. S. Ran
som. The evening was most pleasantly
passed with e'onversatlon, music and re
freshments. During tho evening Mrs. B.
G. Brown, on behalf of the assembled
cousins, made n short speech of congrat
ulation, and pieseiitrd Miss Church with
a beautiful ring as a further testimonial
of their good wishes. Jorelan Biothors
havo n new clerk, a young man from
Cambridge by the: name of Curtis Twls.i.
The pupils of the public schools are lire,
paring to give a public, exhibition at
the close of the school term. Mrs. Julia
E. Moultou is visiting her son, Lynn
1). Moulton. Miss Mollie Melkle. who has
been spending the winter with lrlends
and relatives In Canada, Is expected home
the last of this week. Mrs. Chas. P. Mnr
tln, who lost her husband under such
tragic circumstances last week, has
broken up housekeeping and will make her
heime with relatives In Huntington. Wal
ter J. Rowland Is moving to Fairfax
this week, where he Is to run a creamery
lor Joseph H. White ,t Sons of Boston.
Frank A. Stilts Is to run tlm creamery
tin Lee river, foimerly run by Mr. llow-
lanel. A surprise birthday party
ghen to Mrs. Ferris E. McGinnls and
daughter, Ethel, both their birthdays com
ing on tho Ttme tin', February 29. A
pleasant time was had by those present.
llyi'lc Pcise spent s few days in Bur
llnnion last wiek with hel sister. Elsie
George Gordon lias sold Ills home place
to Edward Guyette of WIllNton.-Rosle
Hall. -Mrs. Purnsworth, Lounda Jones and
Mrs. Fay are among the sick ones.- F.m
nle Stri cter of New Hampshire has In en
visiting her mother and btother. Quite a
number of the children here are. having
tin chicken pox. Lucia Gile from Mont
P'dler Is visiting her mother and sister.
Mis. Jor.s.-Mrs. Laura Gilo is in Wll
listnn earing for her father, Mr. Foster,
who Is skk.
Martin Flnnnery, ho
winter. Is reported as
has been ill all '
i little better.-.
1 nnmiiH mini,; aotl ii'-uikc imhj in'- ue.
seriously ill. Charles Dorr of Troy, N. .,
Is visiting his strter, Mis Lawrence
Eagan 11. II. Smith of Burlington Is
visiting his brother. Henry Smith. D-.vlel
Murray of Bristol visited last week at
Etlward FiUlmmnns's. The tune ral of
the icte Arthur Mullen was held at St.
Tl.en's Church last Saturday morning,
the Rev. Father Therten officiating. The
Interment was In St. Albans. Daniel
Sheehan ot Rutland is visiting Mts. Den
nis Ryan, his aunt. A young daughter
ot George W, I'itzsinimons fell on the
ice. recently, dislocating her knee. A child
was horn to Mr. ind Mrs. F. C. Slater
last week We dnescli v.-S. II. Wilght has
moved to Stowc J. II. Atchlnson has
rented his farm to Thonns Irish and will
work for L. O. Brush me coming Mason.
Rollin Frank nf Bristol visited friends
here last week. At the donation for the
Rev. A D. Mann Thursday evening
t.vJonty-pix dollars wns reteive.i Th"
Ladles' society will meet with Mis. .Its.
slo Carpenter March 0 A 111- Steadinan
was a guest at I". R. Strong - last week
Henry Durle has bought W O. Cham
berlln's place and will move their in the
near future.
Th funeral of Charles Martin was held
from the church here Saturday afternoon.
A large concourse of people gnthe-red
to pay their last tribute of respect to ono
who had been reared among them and
who was respected by all. The Rev.
Mr. Ilanii of Monkton was the officiat
ing clergyman, under whom Mr. Martin
was converted a few years ago since.
His wife and three young children have
the heartfelt sympathy of this comr
munity. Besides them he leaves an aged
father and mother and two brothers,
William of Jericho and Bert Martin of
thlK town. Miss Ha Williams of Rich
mond is with her aunt, Mrs. O. M. Nor
ton. The ladles cleareiel about $16 on
town meeting day, ssrving dinner at the
hall. Mis. W. W. Benway will entertain
the King's Daughters March 16. Mrs.
Sarah Sherman Is with Mrs. Prindlo In
Charlotte. Norton and Johnson open the
new creamery March 2.
The delivery of mail on route No. 2. J.
N. lUchardson carrier, will commence
April 1, according to instructions. W. O.
Vincent of Champlain, N. Y is moving
ids lamily to Burlington, where he ex
pects in the near future to locate. Honry
A. Besett Is very 111 with small chances
for his iccovery. Mrs. Julia Brown died
at her home Tuesday morning. The day
that President llarilson was here her
husband, G. U. Brown, had a stroke of
purulysls. Ho died about two years ago
ami was never able to tlo any labor alter
that time. His wife, some live yeais ago,
hail a stroko of paralysis and she never
fully recovered, She leaves an adopted
son, Horace, who In heir to her estate
The Alii Circle of King's Daughters will
meet next Friday afternoon at the vestry
of tlie Congregnticnal Church. Chailes
Allen, who has carried on the Daniel
McGargh.-in farm the past vear, Ins moved
to the Lawrence farm hi 1 llnesburgh -
Mr, nal Mrs. Edward McGargh.in will
carry on the McGaighan farm Mrs. L.
liilney of Troy. N. V., has been called
hero on account of tho serious illness f
her mother, Mis. Thomas Leonard The
inn ting of the L. M. Smiley circle of
King's Daughters was held Wednesday at
thn vestry of the I'nlversallst Church.
Arthur Kcrbv is assisting 111 the depot in
tin- absence of C. K. Unset t. who is as
sisting In care of his brother. Henry Bei-srtt.-A
letter from 1- H. Goodwin says
lie and Mrs. Goodwin are at Grove Hall,
Cress.int City. Florida. He sa hn Is
gaining in health nntl strength. The mer
cury ranges from 70 to h degrees and It
seems like June weather Mrs. Ann Nor
ton has gone to ,1'ulr Haven to visit her
son, who la living with his uncle, B, II.
Norton. Dr. C A. Averlll has rented a
house iu Watmimry ami moved then-,
lie has rented an olllcc hero in Norton's
Arthur Mullen, an old respected citizen
of this town died at his homo in tho
village Thursday of pneumonia, funeral
services were held Saturday morning nt
St. Thomas' church and Interment wan at
St, Albans Sunday Teachers examina
tions are being held this week. Wcdnes
day 'ind Thursday at the graded school
rooms rthur Nay of Boston was In
town Sunday. Mr, Martin has a brother
from PlttsfUld visiting him Mr J. II.
Grant Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Whipple. Gould Wilder bus gone lo
Burlington where he has employment.
James Barrett ami T, Leddy hau been
drawn to serve as Juror.' at the March
term of court. Preparations are being
mjido to start the steam mill next week.
-a. If. Hayden was In St. Albans Sjii
day returning Monday nlternooo ! h.i
winter term of the graded stlnol cloned
Friday with oxe-elses In thn evening at
Grand Army hnll.-Mrs E. C Whlttomb
was at home lat week from Uriittlebirti
whore she 1ms been wllh Mr. VMilleemri
for the past two months -II, Metcilj
has given up his place on the railroad
ana win work fe)r Mr. Jackson In Cam.
Drieigt? this season. -The Essex Junctlor
Dramatic club prei'ented tho play "Mr
Bob" nt G. A. R. lnl! Thursday evenlnt
to a full house.-S. S Bingham of Tnlr.
far was In town Saturday. Mts. George
Mcflride of Colchester was the guest ol
Charles McBrlda Ftlday-TI.i) store ol
H. W.Ornce was broken Into one nlghl
recently nnd a qtnntMy of cigars and
tobacco token. A daughter was heirn tn
Mr. nntl Mrs. I C. sinter Feby 22,-Lcvl
Cushlng has rented his farm to Otta
Dingier nna win rrovn to the village.
Many from this village attended tlm
temperance meeting al tins center Mon-
eiuy cvcninc
The meeting of the vnt'ie )n town foe
tho election of town nllerr was ad
journed until next Saturdiy on account
of the roads being Impas- ible Bert M J
nnd Delia Deforge of n place wer
married in Wnteioury i ,a Monday -Mrs.
Thoma"! Flddock n',tl Mrs, M M
Sablns remain about the s me Both
nro recovering slowly from a recent
The Ladles' Improvemerr
meet with Mrs. George R... ri
afternoon. The l.utlles' ur r
bring their thimbles.
Tern young friends of Hi"
comber and her cousin,
gave them a surprise Saturn
the occasion being MI.'S Etle I
day. The afternoon was '
lug, which was greatly ciiJia
ety wit
'in rsdal
. ' ted t
1 Mi.
'I 'tnlt v,
I -M
i 1.
A handsome chandelier has '
ly plneeii in the Baptist Chur a g t
trom .Mrs. .Mary Alexin. rler an E, 1
Converse. William (levl.nid si 1 t
family, who have been visiMng i w
returned Monday to their horn' r n
lnglnn. Homer Fonda and his fi nl a' I
Mr. and Mr.. Burton Boers ntten led t ,
funeral of Mr. Fond.i 't father in Fen
burgh Thursday the :.",tli.-Tl, rindUm
nf Mrs FJIen Horsford, who h s brcn,
seriously ill with pneumonia w.is reported
as somewhat Improved Inst wvek although
I she Is still very feeble -The La lies' Aid
so, e!y of the Baptist ( Ini.-cr, ervel
luncheon at the store town meilng tlav
Tuesday. March 1 Henry 1 i mi n
lui'e'beoii at the slorc town me. ting d.iv,
A IMch nmt rtr, I1r.itr ennnf Sl'i , , ,.-,3
night at Dr. Vamey's, returning o their
home in Burlington Stinelay afternoon
Cyrus I'ringle of Burlington was In town
Thursday visiting George E. Prindlo and
James H. Crow hat been nnit'l" to
at tend to his duti. s -is ttavc'lng salesman
during the past we. k "Wirg ti an at
lat k of crip.-Mr . iv' Mrs Murll .
Essex- Junction have hor-i tl.r .
-Mr. and Mis. II. W Ri e Vr
Macomhcr, who has be. n id f "
weeks. Is n little better- Mrs
Allen nnd Mis. Berkley rf M t
ecu visiting at E W. Grrw's Mrs
ts of
Cusey of Burlington has been isP r g b -r
sist.-r, Mrs. Cook. Hnrmoi Ci ,1, livl
,'-,l.-. tin- nviwiri' leiu.-V rt't l ' , HUM 1
weie ,,, ,-moii ii,u- l III: vil l
Sr-,-, I,. ,, . Un. ci-.n 4 r.
the barn on the piece rjconpi' el bv Dr
uurnii nunony morning- 1 1 em y rtrKT
has rented his farm to William I'rs-aH
of Fairfax. Mr. Parker expe ts n o
to Essex Junction in a few dtiv W if.
Maceunber is a little bettf r.-' ..rru Os
good Is not us well There were i ."p -ices
in the churches Sunday own g
tho storm, but the Rev. Mr. Baker f
Franklin, who was to preach In th Cir
grcg-ttionnl Church, will speak next Sj'
day. David Holmes and Mrs. McN.nl ar
both on the sick list The Ladles' Social
Circle will meet wllh Mr? E. B. Whipple
Wednesday afternoon. Refreshments wiU
t.r. ....... -.t Mi. . t r T-...A. nf -..,
, i r ..II-.- el l l 1 II ' ' 11 V'i LIN.
town anil Clifton G. Curtis weie married
February 21. The ceremony was performed-
in Jeiiclio b the Rev. J T Burzell of
Colchester. After a wedding trln Mr wl
Mrs. Curti-i will resi le m J ft rsonville
Mr. and Mrs. Morton Jime have com
menced working for Mr and Mrs Clifford,
Goodrich.-Lr-em P.lng has mivel t the
Browned farm lately netted bv G
Lamson Van R. Chase is going to move
to Stowc and Mr. N.ty will move to Mr
Farnsworth's house whbh Mr Chasf
cated Mrs. V.'. R. Tarb is I Mrs
Lucia Denrlng was la It.' 'r. a I ''hurs
day to attend the funeral of ner e js,'
-Mrs. George Brown. Miss I'ersis C-aw-
ford visited in South Hero ,ast week
Joseph Chuppelle Is 111 at Mr GDodri'hs
in South Burlington. William M Barhir
nnd sister. Mrs. Barney, were in Bur
lington Saturday. William Brownell of
Taftsvllle visited his parents, Mr j I
Mrs. George Brownell last week Guy
l.amson has moved to the Phelps house
and commenced on the rural free delivery
route March 1 Mr and Mrs. Frank
Tatcrttt rirp rslnleini- lU'pr ;i son flei rcr
Stewart Talcott. born February 23 Mr
and Mrs. liarstow of Hurllnglon wera
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Christnns
Saturday. Mis Fluvia Croto was a visit r
at Mr. Martell's Friday
The iinlortnlnnipnt fit tile Conrr-irii
tloiuil istrv Friday i veiling wis a gr a(
success anil much unlit is el i to Mrs,
R. C Dai ling under wheso dh 'ion U
was ghen Th" ihaia t-rs m r csp lb
ly line Seientcen dollars w.is id Joel
the piano loud It. 1.. Aslilej retimed t
Providence, It. I., Saturday Mr and Mts,
M.ie ol ,IU inglieio, -t.iss n. u- c
visiting Miss A. M. Crown ami oth t
friends in town. P.. C. Darling ind famitj
move this weik to Waldo' t- the f rut
which he reicntly purchased -Omu Tti t-
son moves 10 me. i.irm i .ueu Ly .Mr
Dirhng. Mrs. R. L. ll-i t i lmpi"
si,.ulv Ki-.-d (Joidon went I i I i n itl t
m i ... m -.- winiim n,n m ,r ,,i,
Muss, is lsitlng lit r par -i is Ml n
Mis. J P. Clark. Mr. ai l M . Kn i)
Sund.iv at his fathers. J R Sndt
John MiUic Jr.. is imin in 'in t-e i"--gi
ton, --vhere lie has be. n .it w 'ik Mm E
E. llerrick Is able to be mi it d ihi t
the bouse. C. 1.. Wok ott is more i no
furtahle. Mrs. C. S. Ash' I .is
s pt tiding a tew days with b r i it
Sarah Petty, at South 1! ri i'i
wlml Saturday night blew u -w n a.
i a
i ivy on the Catholic Chun h. unroott 1
part of A. L. Roetl's barn .n il blew il tw q
several other chinine's ii dilU-renl
p. i't4
ot the village.
The fort -first annual report of t!
lectmcu atnl other officers of ivt tawil
of Colchester Is completed anl will b at
the hands of the voters jn a f w tlijs Tin
selectmen report that they have lniwn
orders on the town treasurer to tht
amount of Sl.277.SI . for sen I s for thJ
arlous town ofllcers, for highways ami
bridges, Jl.HS.M. school mone m"iiii t ih
and State tax, iK .'. for sheep n un 1st ,
fH. for the small pox scire R IS. mis.
cellaneous orders, $2.i"l.9.'i. The report "I
the town treasurer is as follows Cash
on hand February 19, 1W3, Sv0.ll
reived from all saiirces. t.,771 7S total,
121,021,92; paid onwrs February 10. 19tH,
MO.I't.Si, leaving v.iib In triMsury, JtVW.3.1,
total. $21.(1:4 92. cost of poor last year H,
r.33,71. The find commissioner cxpenleel
tho sum of tl. I'W.fi upon repairs to tlm
highways of the town. The health olllc r sj
report shows that during tlm past icnv
there have been IPS hlrtlu and 117 dentin
In the town nnd that a total of Si casm
of contagious disease was repi rled Ot
these seven were small pox c 1st s Tl
selectmen report closes with i st it nu nt
of assets and liabilities and the oHr n't"!
for tho coming oar. The ll.ibllitn s art
$.U,3."2.19 nnd the assets $7 ss:l.:57 IciMim
a total lutit htedncss of $2J,l'S.S2 to he pro
vldfd by a town lax The nstlmit s ,i t
a tax- of f cents on the 1. liar on the
tfwn grauil list, ami that 1" cepts on
dollar on said gtand ust so ui be us :
tContluucd on third page.)

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