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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS ! THURSDAY. MARCH 24, 1901.
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Hrtrd.Mch Insertion. Copy may bo changed
rjr week. Cah In advance required.
No advertlaement taken which Is less than
twelve word, two linen. Special terms to
advertisere using from 200 to 1000 lines
within twelve consecutive month.
OWNERS OF FARMS who wish to hire
help or to noil a farm (should use this col
umn. Nearly MOO copies (it this paper me
old every issuo nml your advertisement
Would bo read by many possible buyers.
I-06T Certificates No. 56 for 15 fllmrrs,
and No. 101 for llireo shares, capital
stock of Burlington Venetian llllncl Co..
of Burlington, VI., standing In name of
11. C. Hoot l'lciiM! retain to W. N.
Hoot, Charlotte. VI. K.w.M.
A RLACKSMITIl wanted. Apply to F
A. Grow, Westford, Vt. "l.O.tw.ll.
YVANTHD-A position driving good train
by Rood hand with horses. Wallace
Townc. Woleott, Vt. 70,ltft39,wlt
l'SKFFL MAN wanted for work on
small plnco In North I'ci rls-btirsrli, rare
'if lawn. vegetable and llowor garden.
Wages J"0 per liinnlb. Si .! references
to C. M. Wicker, SCO West KHh St., Now
"WORK wanted, come or write. Address
me, care Not man Cokey, R. D. No. 1,
Wf?t Georgia, Vt. r.'J.v.Iit
MAN AND WlFI-2 wanted to work on
farm. Woman must understand house
woik, man must be a good milker anil
teani.te;r. Addros.t ltox !. Colchester,
WANTKD A Lcckport shlnglo machine,
made In Lockfort, N. Y. .1. M. liuit,
Knosburgh Calls, Vt It. C 1J. No. I.
PLEASANT AND COMPETENT GIRL
wanted to help care for young clillilren
and to nsslst In light housework. Must
I'll t ni sh good references. Address Mi s.
W. V. It., tare Free Press. 3w,tf.
.SCGAR WANTKD- I'lc.'iso price me by
letter 2rt0 pound pure maple sugar from
ally run sap. Must be cooked haul and
inn Into tell pound tin pails boxed and
lelivcrc-d nearest station. Cash with or
der to responsible party. F. L. Lewis,
Welsh, Louisiana. Ti'.d.'iwlt
Vv'ANTLD n second-hand typewriter in
good condltlnn, standard make, at a
small price. Mis. D. Senile, Middle
bury, Vt. 11. IX 2. Jiivli.
A GOOD CAHM to int. partly stocked,
near Rood market. Possession given
April 1. A grand chance to make mon
ey. No bum need apply. Address
Farm," euro of Free Cress. i7,fit&:X),wll
OOTTAC5I5 to rent on Like Cliamplain
through tho summer and fall months.
Address "Antltiuity," Vcrgonnes, Vt.,
K. F. I). No. !. :."i,v,3t.
TO LET ON SHARES one of the bcTt
lar?e farms In Vermont, plenty tools
and live stock, near village and lailroad.
Only callable farmers need apply. Ad
dtoss G. Wallace, Fiee Pre-s oillee, Hur
lington, Vt. 3ri,w,.t.
VKltMuNT IN Till; CIVIL WAIl for
rule.-. In cloth binding i'S.Z't for set of
two volumes. The second volume aleno
il.-. Free Press Association, Hurling
ton, Vt. Sl.wly
NOTICE hew llttb) It costs to tell tnou
sands of rcudirs In ninny towns of Ver
mont what nu have to -ol I or what jou
wish to buy. Advertise In tlie Free Prc-s
and you will get replied to your adver
Bargains in Real Estate.
HOUSES houses In Middlebui y of all
disci Iptluns and price.
FARM i"e pin aerns of valuable land. lo
cated mile from I.erclster .line Hon,
good building!), with tenement bouse. A
viluable biv farm for only J I "in, with
steam and to 'Is fi r '.(i.
BARGAINS- I lui' nil kinds ot prop
etty to sell. II .' ' i want to buy ot ,S"1I
write me at one. .
N. S. F00TE,
eal Estate Dealer,
lUidillelniry, Vt. 'M'tr
We Sell the Earth.
Fine river rami in town of Essex, beau
tiful location, will kirp -.'ii i ows and ii.ua,
nice sugar bush (about :rt trees) plenty
of fruit, riinrd-ig water, ll-i' miles iroiii
dcpo and village, le ar ereami ry .onl
school. This larm. Hi lln ee, ,,.-, .ill finn
ing, sugar and daliy tools. In ,i ( . i . k
buyer, $3,"iK; $2,'u'l down, hnlaie ?l'i" u
j ea r.
Another river farm, located in si,,wc, l
mil li mil ehureli and 1 ii, j j.; miles
from rallioad farm contains Jlfl aeres. tine
graft orchard, beautiful never failing
siuing water at house and bum, on niniu
load, can easily he mole to carry i or
S, cov.8, linn good sugar place, nil Iltted,
lias about Jl"iti in personal property that
will bo sold with place. Including ID extra
good cows and good pair horses. J'rico
for all ?:.,0'i; :M rash, balance on easy
terms at 5 per c ent.
Oood blatltsialtb nnd paint shop with
The Reynolds WcGinnls Co,,
ll.VM'.Y JUNCTION, VT.
AHOCT FA KM Si - If J on want to buy
n farm? let me know. 1 have some lur.
gains, ur If you want to sell your farm
ncnd mo full parti' ulais 1 may be of
iis-istnnce. to vo.i M. M. l'haio, Yonki'rs,
N. Y. a.i2t&:i;,w.it.
who have nnich correspondenco
with buyers in the large cities
will find it the part of wis
dom to use printed letter heads
and envelopes and printed bill
heads. This is a cheap way to
advertise that you are an up-to-date
If you buy your printing of the
FR.EE PIV.ESS ASSOCIA
TION you will be weil treated.
Real Estate Agoncy. ,
FARMS, HOMES, BUSINESS,
BOUGHT, SOLD, EXCHANGED,
can help you. Call or write.
THIS FH12I2 I'HUfiS A SKUL'IA TIO.V,
FOR BALH Oil TO HUNT llnoRt country
idore building In this county. O. W.
Hiyle?, lluniington, Vt. 70,fit&w,.
I'OU S Vl.i: Vonng Ayrshire stock, sired
by 1 ord Waicon, dam Miss Ollle. Sh
gave :.'l lbs. or butter In olio week and
til lbs. of milk a dav by official test; also
young shote. 1.. rt. Drew, lake View
I''arm, Ho. llutllngton, Vt. C'i,il&w,SW.
h'Olt HALF, at n low price, a line two
seateil te.lm automobile. pply lo
lleniy Spear, Htirllngton Hepalr Co.,
l'tirlliigtoii, l. l,0,d&iv.
Full SAI.l'l A stock of general mcr
chnndive at u saerlilce. Apply early to
M. M. )i an, Alburgli, Vt. G,.,diSrW,tf.
A OAS KANOH for sale for four dollars.
I 1-H Wlnooslil avenue, second tllglit,
llrst dour. S9,w.lt
I'Oll KAI.K-Thrco tons line hay; son)n
cows and maple syrup. .1. II. Maxfleld,
I'.imbiidue, Vt., on river road, 4 miles
from Full-Ill!.-. ,",9,w;!t
FuK SAl.i:--A like pair of four-year-old
oxen, neatly broke. Unbelt Klrhy, Tn
derhill, VI. .'W.Wat
l'fll SAI.N-IO II. I'. Wcslliighonse trac
tion cngliiu and lluesher, will sell seiar
ately If desired. It. It. llobomb. Htld
pett, 11 1). "O.TVIU
Foil SA1,K oil Ki:.NT s nice yoimg cows.
V.. V. Stiettcr. Htarksboro, Vt. "H.wP.t
1'OK SAl.Tv-One Vic tor Talking Machine
and records, nearly new. price $J0. Hoy
Davis. Hildpoit, Vt. Dealer In Talking
FOH SAI.K A line three-year-old llol
.tclii bull. A. A. Nash, Nahvllle, derl
cho, Vt. K.w3t
FOK SAl.i: S-K) saerlflee. ;;o aeres land,
good building, fruit . plenty water, on
main road from Fairfax to Hlngluitnvllle
and Cambridge, l'rlee Jnm, II. C Wood,
worth, Cambridge, Vt., It. F. D. No.
rnn S.f.K or c;chancc for a driver, one
bav two-yf ar-old colt, stands 111 hands,
all right. ('. n. Wheeler, Mnrclown.
Or. Ai'KK FARM, keeps 12 cows and team.
$I.i'ii worth soft timber on farm. Fred
F. Howard. Johnson. Vt. :in.:st
FA KM for sale of t."i aeres on K. F. D.
No. 1, In Hethel, will l;eep liil cows and
team, six barns and house, plenty of
wood. Levi 12. Kidder, lielhel, VI.
FOR SAM-2 Two ino egg Non Culm Incu
bator, I brooders, guatsnteed. Must sc 11
at a saerlilce. D. T. Trombly, Isle I.a
Molte, Vt. -nA"'"t
FOK RAIjIC In Northfield, Vt., farm of
pi() aeres, plenty wood, some timber,
fair buildings, plenty fruit, tools or not.
Kox i:r.i, llyron F.. Oarvey, Northileld,
FOR SAl.F Two tenement house cot
tage, barn and two acres of land, eeii
ttallv located. A bargain, terms easy.
Inquire owner, S. II. l.avley. Hurre, Vt.,
or Cater Real R.date Agency.
Clioicn: FARM of 1S) acres near I tar
ton Landing. Vt. large sugar and ap
ple, orchard, good buildings, tunning wa
ter and desirable farm. F. 11. Skinner.
Ilarton Landing, Vt. Kl.w.St.
FOR SAL 1-1 .My Oold brook home In
Stowe, VI., I- acres land on electric
railroad, good buildings. J. A. Stowell.
FOR SALI-2 One iialr of two-year-old
st cars, handy, will sell or exchange;
for working oxen. C. 1-2. Wheeler, More
town, Vt. S9.W.31.
FOR SALI2 Orny two-horse tread pow
er, in good condition, will be sold cheap
for cash. KHIot 11. Miller, It. F. D. No.
1, Vergennes, Vt. 39,w,3t.
FOR SALl-2One M0 egsr Monatch in
cubator, price Jll. Walter W. 1'arker,
( ha riot I e, Xt., K. F. D. No. 1.
A linen IIFAW WORK IIORSI2 for
sab- cheap. S. 1). Jc-vi it. Ilillwest. t.
I OR ,A LK I'ai in containing 1.1 acies,
goocl buildlurs, plenty of water and
wood, one mile from Northfield village,
Ino minutes wall,- from school. Inquire
ot W. A. i'lastriJse, Notthbcld, Vt.
FOR SALi: CIIHAI'. huge sofa arc!
chairs, genu condition. W. II. Livings
ton, IIS College street. M'.wlt.
FUR SALI2 One old bureau IWi veats o'cl,
one old-las'iloned bedstead 7." years old.
Mrs. Caroline: Tamrillng, ptarksboro. Yl.
R. I D. No. 1. .ri,3t.
FOK ?ALK at a low price, a lino two
seated steam automobile. Apply to
Henry Spear, Rutllngton Repair Co.
I iodic OF LAWS of Vermont from 1TD7 to
PJI, (."'i pages, by Governor Ide, for sale;
al"o History of Vermont, 1S?,1. Mrs. II.
A. Knglish, South Rovalton, Vt., R. '.
D. No. ii. T'Ut&ilH.wll
I roll KAI.P ill Mnil.-ih two Miili-v from
Foil ll.nry. N. Y., Miignolla Hotel of
'.'.1 rooms, barns for Tin horses, good bar
trade, pl'-asaiit village with eracled
schools, three churches. Sickness causo
of pelling. Price Ju'.ryO. J. D. Khahan,
Pn'-t llc nry, N. V. i'.-i.wilt.
FOK S 1. 12 (Ictic ral virii iy store, carry
ing haniwaie, el oekery, glass and tin
wire, tovs, Hationciy, t onfectioncry,
f-inev '-oods, In tact everything in a
brst-f lass np-to-dnie tore In one of the
best lowns in the sni". Apply to Mrs.
M. 1-2. llarilngton. Rethel, VI. 3S,wl.
AUCTION SALI-2 at the residence of Oeo.
L. Cl-.rk. .Slielbiirne, VI.. Man h at
10 a. ni., H cows, two yi-irllngs and pair
heavy work horses, l uge lot of (arming
tools, etc. !. N. Roberts, Auctioneer.
FARM FOR SAI.K One of the best farms
in Vermont for Its sire, locution, Ran
dolph Center; 2oi acres, Will keep 10
cow-r. (iood iHilldlngs, exeelluit water
(onvenlent. Further particulars. Ad
ilicss M. A, Kcymciur, Tllton. N. II.
FDR SALI-2 Ice house lllled. lco tools and
business, liiepilrii of S. A. Orow or A. R.
liinni tt, llni lull Landing, Vt. ST.w.St.
I 'ARM I'OR SALI2-S. S. Ilallcck's farm
In lln- east part of Staiksboro, cnnluin
1ns i.'i'l ncrcs. suilebly divided for men-cb-w
and pasture; enougli timber on the
lln, to pay for It. ,Vc,u- mill. Oood
,-ug.ir ore-haul. On mam load from
J'i! lol lo Huntington and on II. 1).
lout" Will keep ,V) c-ows and team, Tlie
above place will be sold for $111 an acre.
Mrs. S. S. J hillock, Stnrksboio, Vt.
1-OR SALI-2 I'arin of 173 noes for sale
ir Colchester, 2 miles from Wlnoo-kl. I
miles fiom Hurlington, on the mini
road, gooil buildings will keep '!') cows
and team. For lurtlier paitieulars In
quire of M. W. Nuwtou, R. F. Il Wl
nooskl, Vt. Sii.lt.
MY FARM eif K, acres for said between
Richmond and Jericho Centre), (looige
Cunningham, Jericho. 3.r,w,fit.
3.".fl acres on good road, R. F. D., tele
phone In house, will lieop fin cows and
team, every (icre can bo mowed with ma
chine, one million leet timber on farm,
HWO sugar trees, buckets, nrche, evap
orator, WW pall receiving lank; houso tw-i
stories, ten rooms, with ell, bain 4f,xiafj
Hint wllh long shed painted red with whlto
trimmings, two silos, weather vmie on
barn, soparulnr, cream taken at door,
never lulling water at bullellngs, ono nillo
lo school, lie, miles to church, steam saw
and shlnglo mill near. Will sell (dock
and tools If desired, You will look a
long time for another barguln llko this.
ntl.e,. f-.u-wl Itfif-imins on lri lonu- llt
, rnrins, .1. ii. i.'row, neai i.siaio Agent,
llnrdwlck 'vi. M.wtf.
WOKDF.HFtJL GKItMAN PVtAH. Tods G
to 6 Inches Ions, over one Inch broad,
To bo eaten like beans with the; shells,
no cijuiil lit flavor, far superior to any
American vegetable. Hushes are S feet
high. Bond 23 conts for n package of
nerd. P. Did, I'lattsburgh, N. Y.
VERMONT LOCAL NEWS,
.(Continued from first pace),
Rev. It. It. Fny of T2ssex ofTlrlatlng. Mrs.
McNiill was a daughter of (leorge Dun
lap nnd had lived in town nil her life
time. She was n. member of the Congre
gational Church nnd was held In the
highest esteem by her friends and neigh
bors. She Is survived by four children.
12. J. Laveo hast moved his family to
Charles Davis's hotifro In Ksscx. Henry
Hyde has sold his farm to Wllley broth
ers of CambridgeMrs. O. If. Rawson of
Newport Is visiting Mrs. .lame.' 11. Grow.
Tho Cloverdales Creamery company paid
$l.eS per hundred for February milk.
Mrs. Dana Perry nnd two children arc
visiting nt W. C. Perry's.
Dr. Cota of IJurllngton Is visiting rela
tives in town. Mis. Volght Is confined
to tin- bed by Illness. Her sistea-, Mrs.
Scot l, Is earing for her for tho present.
William Deshaw- has taken Mis. M.
Read's farm for the coming ye-ar and
has rented the house, lo Hurl Carpenter,
who has tnkon possession. Miss Ina
Olcavelntid is in town, the guest of her
grandparents, Mr. nnd Mrs. R. c. Reets.
David Parker nnd Ids wife have closed
their house and gone to work for 12. Ii.
Ueei s. Orson Alexander has issued In
vitations to tho young people ot Char
lotte and vicinity to his annual leceptiou
lo hi' held at his home next Friday even
ing, March in.-Miss Maty Lyman of
lllnesburgh is lo spend some time Willi
her cousin, Miss Much-die llorsrord
Walter llorsford, who has been very 111
for two weeks past. Is now able lo sit
up lor a short lime each day. A mot
Infesting and enthusiasl ic V. W. C. T.
1". meeting was held last Friday evening
at the home of Mls 1211a Smith, about
.'in young people being in attendance, mot
of whom were mcmhcis or honnry mem
bers. An entertaining programme was
cniried out Teams are hauling a ear
load of coal from this station to Mount-
lew creamery here. The roads are In
poor condition owing to the huge snow
drifts a great deal of the wav, while In
other places tliey are bare and muddy.
Road Commis-lnncr Raeon, with a force
of men have been at work shoveling nnd
leveling the drifts.
The annual reunion and roll-c all of the
Congregational Church will be held Wed
nesday evening, March So at the vestry.
Mis" Hcitlla Ilc wey has been spending n
wee k with ft lends In Wetford and Mas
t' r Aldls Hew i' is vMting his brother in
Fnli fax. Quite a number eif people from
the village alien, lei the golden wedding
of Mr. and Mis. L. F. Ilernek at West
Milton last uncle About the lltst maple
Micar of the season was brought in by
George Morgan on Ml-s ,. M. Crom s
place on Monday. Mrs. Audrey St.
Johns is visiting her sister, Mrs. Mills,
in PitWford. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ivavitt.
went to Anelover, Mass.. Saturday, where
they will make their home in the future
A. I!. Sturgeon has taken Mr. l.'-avitt's
place as bookkeeper at the pulp mill and
R. J. Robinson has taken Mr. Sturgeon's
place as foreman in (he stoiehouse at
the mill. Mrs. Irving Potter has iciiirned
home, after spending several weeks with
her parents In Johnson Miss 1211a ller
rkk of Htirllngton spent Sunday at her
father's, the Rev. 12. 12. Derrick. Miss
Resile Ward of Fairfax was the guest
of her sister, .Miss Viola Ward at Mrs.
R. L. c.ranf.s over Sunday. .1. W. Rob
inson has returned from a trip to Mon
son, Ma-s. IOttio Raker is visiting friends
A R. Wood was confined to the house
Monday with the neuralgia. Mr. and
Mrs Jed Kveres of Sopertown. have a
girl baby weighing P 1-2 pounds. Captain
Fay is not gaining as fast from the grip
as his friends would like. fi. C Rice Is
in Osage. Iowa, called there by the crlll
eal Illness of his brother, Lucius George
Phelps and Lucius Watson narrowly es
inpcd drowning Saturday night in iveel
er's Hiiy. The y had been to Iliiillngton
on the 1 1 itlii which was late. Thev left
the Island at KiOii, en route) for home,
when about thtee-quarte is of a mile from
shore they drove in where they had been
cutting U-e, tlie horse went In the sle-d re
maining in the ice. Phelps dung to the
rums and held tho lior.- up although he
went under the lee twice. He was dually
recuecl In an exhausted condition after
being in the water an hour. About lo
went to Ihelr rescue in response lo their
ciie.s for help. The horse was unable to
stand imt he was loaded on the s'ed and
drawn to land, whete with good care h.j
was able to return home the next morn
Mr. Nellie Flb-h has brei) confined to
her bed the past week with erysipelas.
-Mrs. William Cleveland Is caring for her.
Mrs. Rose Spramie leturneil Monday to
O. II. Morrill's, after having spent a week
wllh her parents in HrKtol Mr s. James
Reiiway Is in llrlstol tor a few days with
her pa-nt .Mi-. Mary Swee.t nnd
daught. r, Saura rcturiie.l from South
Slarksbiro S-iturday, where the hater
has been leaching the past two months
Miss F.lonnor Sweet Is home trom llarre
for a two weeks' vacation.
Mr. Litlcicll ot Huntington h,-,s tnkeii
P. 1. Joins farm and Is moving there-
llermnn Hill has moved back to his
place in Slarksboro. Mr. and Mrs. It. C.
Shattitcli and son. Fay, vIMied Mrs. Shat
luek's parents, Mr. and Mrs. (!. A.
P.alcer In Wailstleld last wee k. They also
visited Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Mobhs in
Moretnwn. Homer Ravelin cut Ids foot
recently while chopping for Paul sisters.
Allen Thompson has finished his work
In the mill.
The Iwo lumber camps of O W.
Randall worn vacated last Sa I nriln .
The men letuililng lo lliolr respective
homes. Severn teams are at win Ii haul
ing logs from his yanls on south side of
liver- neioss tn' lie. -Mrs. M H Swift
of Slai Ksboro, who has been Mopping in
town through the winter, Is visiting In
Jonesvllle Dr. Kldwcll was In town
Tiicdny to attend Mrs. Rc-n Mny, who
is III. Cheater- Smith Is at homo from
Hollows Falls. Mrs. James Muzzy came
fiom linrlliigloii Saturday night to visit
her husband's parent "Cite Mi-Oahe,
who has been a I home this winter, le
iiiiimiI lo com ord. N' 11. on iho i:,th
n -I . v.-h n she lias a position In n large
li, Illinois i -1 il.ll-hincnt.
Fphiliiiu c. Hrown has sold hN farm
lo in-. Iluriliek Frank Wall went Tins
day to Walthall), .Mass, where he expects
10 le'iiinln fur several months - . j.
Rrown of Hyde Paik, Mass., was In town
Tiii-Mln, lookclng after his properly in
terests here.-There was an entertain
ment at Ht Thomas s hall oil tho eve-nlng
of St. Patrick's day. Tho funeral of
Mrs. William Nntlress, (Mary Flvnn),
wlio died in llurllnglon last Thursday,
was held at St. Thomas's Church last
Sunday morning, the Rev, Fathor Ther
iun ofllelntlng. The bearers wero Michael
FJtzslmmnns, F. P. Harvey, J. p, 'ynn.
.1. A. Campbell, Uiwrence L'agan nml
William McNnssnr. Hurlal was In Iho
Catholic cemetery. ICdrntuul Plant went
to Rurllngtou Monday night, huvlng so
ciiiod a position on tho eluctrlo roml.Mr.
and Mrs. Homer Flynn have koiio to Mid
dlehury to rekln, -Mrs. Iluruirit Story,
formerly of this pluco, dlad recently at
her home In North Jay. Martin nunnery
11 able tn he about n little, after an Ill
ness of several mouths' ditrirtlou. Sy.
mour Parol lias gonh to Cirnnd Isle.,
Florence) Trrrlll Is In St. Albans. Patrick
flynn l.i In town from Troy, N. Y
callod hero to attend his slstor's funeral,
Nlnhohis Hmith moves! his family to
South Rurllngtou Tuesday. -Mrs. tleorgo
Derrick of Now York Is stopping for n
few days with her brother, W. O. Flynn,
Hugh Slater of Mlne, passed part of
last week with his sistar, .Mrs. Arthur
Miss Unnlo Curtis was In Monti Mil
Friday and Saturday.--A son was born to
Mr. uud Mrs. Lawrence Qulllmati Mon
day, March 21. Mix. Vv". W. King Is
very sick with pneumonia. A trained
muse is caring for her. Alexander Ross
moed his family Into Mrs. Clara Howei's
tenement 'Wednf.silHy Mr. and Mrs. Leo
Vaughn and children spent Sunday at K,
11. Wrights In Stowe. -Airs. L. F. Wilbur
nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Ira Mors-e nitended thu
wedding- of Miss Anna Morse and Clinton
Mead In Cloverdalo Wednesday,
Miss Anna Warner fell on tho lee In
front of Iho Academy building last week
Wednesday evening, and stidalnod a
severe tincture of the hip bone. She Is
doing us well as could be expected. The
Lf dies' Aid society give a new sugnr
party at Mrs. A. c. Ho-klns, on Friday
evening. Mrs. Charles Martin bus gone
to Jericho mid Kssi'x to visit friends.
Mrs. Newell S. Story has been sick the
past week, but is now heller. Mrs. c,
12. Nay and babv of Rurllngtou are vis
King her patents, Mr. and Mrs. H. !.
Hrown. Claietieo Coiey has finished
work at Jordan Hroihets, and returned
Judge J. II Allen spent SniuUy In
llrandou with Ills ilaugliler, Mrs. Charles
11. Clifford. Mrs. II. H. Hanson Is visit
ing relatives in llarre. -Frank Patrick has
built a lnrge Ice house near W. W. Rost
wlck's and put In 101 lolls of Ice, 'Ji! inches
thick, to supply the iclall ice trade of the
town. Roy Montgometv Is taking llenrv
Rrotheis's place In I ho creamery while
Mr. ilrotheis Is nwin on Ids wedding
trip. F. F. I.j man and wife returned
last week fiom a i"it with friends In
Charlotte. H. W. ijoodroe tc-tuined from
Huillngloii Thursday suffering with the
prevailing distemper. The little daugh
ter of Alfred Kushiy has been very sick.
The manv friends of Mis. Julia Oase
will be pleased lo know she s Improv
ing from her recent Illness. Mrs. Delia
Neuinn has gore to Rurllngtou for medical
treatment and Is stopping with her
dnnghter, Mrs. James Thurhcr.--Mr.
Harrison Owen is cuilng for Mr. Julia
(iuge. Andrew dirty has moved into
the Worthelm houe in the village.
'Jeorgo Love of Slielbiirne .as In lown
Sunda v. A. Jodoln Is "pending some time
in Rut lington. Tlie last meeting of the
Whist club for the -.eason will be held
Friday evening Attorney C. .1. Kuscll
spent Sunday wllh his lamily here. Mls
Kceler. a professional nurce, s caring
lor Mrs. Ransom Pierce nt James
Fi-nrcr-.-. The ball given last Thm-day
eviuiln.;- under the auspices of Pine Knot
Camp. M. W. A., was largely attended,
flood music was furnished by Mr. and
Mrs. Le. or of Rurlingtoii and an ex
cellent supper- was served.
Herbert lieecber is preparing In build
a new house on his i.irm the co.niug sum
mer. 1 man Peters has sold his interest
to his brother, Clarence, in the fnrin
which they jrlnllv owned In Stowe and
has driwn writings for the farm which
he bought of C A. Leonard in tins town.
Fftseh Sanctuary i-- building a double
veranda on the street front of San- tuary's
hall. Ii. H, Reed has graduated from u
school of mulct taking and embalming In
New York city and has recntly passed
his eximlnatloii before tin- flute board
of health and received a llcno to pi ie-trie-e.
Miss Hazel Ihlngton is isltlng In
Charlotte. Robert Darker, who has been
finite aide ,is able to attend to business
again. James Rti-sell has been ill poor
health for sorre time but is hotter and
is planning to visit his daunhler in Prld
port. Principal I I". Kellogg spent Satur
day aid Sutidav In Hurlington The A
class of the high school will give a so
ciable iVedi,e--,1ay evening nt tin' resi
dence' nf Cohnrn Pierce and e-.erybodv Is
coreilnliv Invited. -Miss Mildred' Pnrtcb
has been appointed assistant librarian of
the- town lllnary and will open the lib
rary every We.lui'schiy afternoon. 12d
ward Musliev has moved to the- widow
Jae-kman place. Daniel Mlllhicm r run
ning tin- farm v.hie-h he wcontly bought
of Cuius Andrews and his son has gone
io i a go eli.irje- of bis firm and milk
route In South Hurlington. -Sugar tinkers
gemrallv set their backets hist Saturday
but se -ored Mty little sap. Tho (allure
of snp to run Is attribute) to the drncss
of the gioimcl and the gi-'-at depth of
Mr. and Mrs Hemati Johns and daugh
ter, Ivnh. hae returned to the-lr home,
after a three weeks' visit in Richmond.
lU-fex and .Manchester. N II. llenrv
liiothers of 1 lini'sburgh and Miss Je-sj,.
Stage of Punton wre nianied at tlie
Mi'lhodl-t Cliurcli in Puntou Weelnes
day. March p; at two o'clock. They will
reside In Mochanicsx ill)-.
Thomas Cnrej. whose house burned
tbi'C we-cks ago has bought Ldward
Fllim's pl'iec Mrs. John Carroll is '-cry
sick with pneumonia. I'rank Flemmlngs,
who broke his leg ,i few weeks nifo. is
able to i Me, out -Dr. J. S. Ooodall wis at
the Rev. o. W. lie.in's Thursdiiv. Mrs.
Oeoige Herrick of New York city has
been in town a feu- d tys tu see In r'b-.-ot h
iT. I2ilwand Fllnn, who Is sick. -Mr. anil
Mrs. c. a. Jackson of Hurlington visited
in town Tliuisclay. Ocorge L. Clerkin
lias bought the M H. Packard farm of
Denis Seholl. Mr. Se holl is to move Into
7dr. Chrkii.'s bouse In the lllage. Mrs.
i 'buries Senter of Swnntnir is tpi ruling a
lew days In tow u.
Mr. nnd Mr--. H. C Johnson and Mr.
nnd Mrs. ;uy Lnrnsein alteneled the dance
nt l-2stc Junction Friday night. Mrs. A.
12. James wa- called to Milton by the
cleat Ii ot her daughter, Mrs. Je nnie Nlles
.lames. The remains weio brought here
and the Itinera! was held Monday with
interment in I2a-t eemcterj . Mr. nnd
Mrs Howard of nurliiiglon were guests
of Mi. and Mrs .. J. Harricv S-iturJ.iy.
Mr. Clinse, diiighter and grandilaiigliter
of lliii'llngtt'ii were guests of .Mr. ,nMi
Mrs. tiny l.anison Saturday. 12i lid W'als
ton has linlshed her school and returned
homo. I). F, (ioodrlch, with his sisters,
C'-irgla end I.ou, lsitnl in Jonesvllle
last week.- Tin fuiicial of Charbs Me-
I. ane was In Id at his mother's, Mrs.
Xi'ph Cordon's, Friday afternoon, the
Ri W. II. Crawford olllclatltig. The
Liu 1; 1 1 uni in lissex .1 unction. (!uy Lain
ion has a telephone In his house. Mis.
1211(11 Lavelle Is 111. -MNses Flora mid
Daisy Oooilrli h w-ee In Hurlington Frl-d-iv.
their sister Maud, who Is the Hum
ncss College, ictuiniug homo wltli them
to spend .Sunday.- Paul La Pan has moved
into tin- O'DonncIl house in Taleott.
R ilph Pi lor lias movi'd to his mother's
house, ami will work lor W. 11. Midi all' -(iuy
Cr.iwfnrd Is In South I le ro. Daniel
Slu bun and Tercs.en Aegan wi"e guests
ol Mr. and Mi-. M.-Mahou over Sunday.
Dennis K. ndii w Is in town. -Mrs. 121
iner Pine' is at home fiom .Monlpellcr,
ulleil by the death of her sister.
Roger Sattifll has rented and moved
to P. IC Jones's larni. -Mrs. W. Cady ii
visiting her daughter at Roxbury. .Mrs.
.1. 1 1. Hanks and son, Roy. are visiting
at D. F. Hunks.- Kdward Ash nnd family
aie moving to Fnret City. Mr, and Mrs.
Melvln .Small and children of Jeiic ho nro
guests at his father's, A II, Small. A
doer was found III an exhausted condi
tion In a lot back of the village) Friday.
It is silppo-ed it had been cluin, by
dogs, It was care-l for and the iraum
warden notified. The Misses Mary Cutting-
of llrlstol and Nelllo Palneem of
Whiting are guests nt tho homo of II.
II. Rrewsler and J. W. Johnson this
week.- Mr. and Mis. Mllchel Rusbell urn
rejoicing over the) arrival of a sou born
Mundio.-Mlss Myttlc Horry of Richmond
Is visiting her sister Mrs. Jnmes Atkins.
--Tho Ladles' society met with Mrs o,
II. ICllis Woliiesdiiy -Mm. Wllllnm Mnner
and Mis V. It Sargent visited friends
In llrlstol tho llrst of tho week. -Tho
Dnunallc dub from tho north village
presented thnlr drama hero Wednesday
evening-. A few hours dancing was on
toyed at tho close. Mr. nnd Mrs, C, II,
Ix-sior of Hurlington furnished tho music.
Tho enlorlalntnent of tho Indies of tho
village nt tho village halt the 17th Inst
was very largely attended. Many of tho
Jokes and take-offs wt-ro hlghlv ap
preciated by tho audience. -The Odd Fel
lows, whoso hall was burned at tho Into
llm, will hold mcellngs In tho Foresters'
hall.-Mrs. D. J. Hanks and son, who
luvo spent tho winter at St. Regis Falls,
N. Y., are now In Richmond und will live
hero for n soason.-Slaniou Sayles has
bought n building lot on Church street
and has commenced the erection ot n
house Tim Rev. Mr. Luther of Now Jer
sey preached nt the Congregational
Church last Sunday and Is expected to
preach hire next Sunday. Mrs. Nora
Glynn has returned from Craftsbury,
where- she has been visiting for a sea
son. North Star Lodge, F. and A. M.,
moved their rurntlure bade to their hall
last Wednesday. The school board of
cominlsloncrs oitfaiilzed by choosing (2.
C. Fuller as chairman, and M. D, Dlmlck
clerk. I-". ( I. Nichols was chosen super
intendent or schools. William McOovern
bus moved from A. C. Kerry's houso on
Pbiasiiiil street lo the house on the south
side of the liver, formerly owned by the
late Hrldgeit ICehoe. A. D. Shepard Is tin
guest of his sister, Mrs, F. J. Goodrich.
Thev have been visiting a sister hi Penn
sylvania, also one 111 Rome, N. V. Mrs.
Ann Noilon was called lo Fcrrlshtirgh
last week to help can- for her sister, who
Is very III. -Mrs. c. ;. (Jrce-n of F.ssesv
was the (jucst of her brother, F. C.
Nichols, one; day last week. The young
child of Mr. and Mrs. 12. A. Rhode, who
has been very ill, is reported lo be Im
proving. Hem y Hessetle Is slowly Improving.-Mrs.
F. F. Freeman and Mrs.
John Sowles are In New York cm busi
ness. The village gradeel schools opened
the spring term Mondav. March -I, with
the same trneliers as the winter term.
Frank Sturgeon has obtained a position
Willi Iho Vermont .Marble i onipany (it
Proctor. Finnk Casey of the New Rug
land Telephone and Telegraph company
was m town last Sa'nrdiiy looking after
the wires during the rutting of some
trees ut Mrs. II. D. AleMiiuler's old hotel,
Call Thompson has moved to Iho St.
Clair house on Depot street Miss Minnie
Itushlow visited fi lends in town over
Sunday Jesse Klsfonelte and s-i.-ter visit
ed frli.'iids ill Rutland lust w eek. -Ca. toll
Mcilulre. who has been visiting iclailvos
In town, returned home lust Thursday.
MIe.3 Kinniii Sturgeon has gone to Rur
llngtou to act as waitress in a restaurant.
Hauls Pi Indie has so far recovensl
fiom his lecent .serious Illness as to be
able lee on the Mreet once more l.eroy
Lorraine of Rurlington visited relatives
in town last wee-K. -Curtis Hese-tte sold a
gentleman's chiving horso last week.
Ml:-s Marion llorsford, who is engaged in
touching In Wilhamstown, visited '. If.
Jloisfonl anil lamlly Lift week. Miss
Phebe lloisforel has re'tornod with her
aunt, where she will attend school. Mr.
and Mrs. Alexander Laflam of Ferris
burgh, who are both iullrni and aged,
have .-old I heir place and will make their
home in the future with Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Racon eef Charlotte. Mrs. H-irort
is a daughter ol the aged couple I lenr v
P. Hill has lumber ami material on the
spot for enlarging arid repairing- his
farm barns as soon a- the Meest is out
of the ground Milliriendy for di-jging.
The condition of John II. Thorp is some
what improved the last few da vs. Henry
W. Root, who ns taken sdlously sick
In r-t wi ok, Is a Utile be Iter. ( leorge Sexuln
is nnrv In charge . -Several ladle gave
an enjoyable whist party in Library hall
Fridny evuiing. Light refreshments wem
sen cel. Roth Mr. anil Mrs. John Duffy
are in poor- health. Lewis Sturgeon will
have charge of the Ronton Und near tin'
Four Corners this year 1211 Hesette will
soon occupy the tenement house of Mrs
Alexander on the neck The school
board has organized with George M.
Hazard chalimaii, ami the Rev. Ueorgu
II. Can- clerk and superintendent.
Miss Hazel Hylngton of lllnesburgh is
visiting her aunt, Miss Flora Williams.
D. II. Alexander is In Oranvllle this week
on business. Mrs. William O'lliie-n and
".nung son lias returned to their home In
Son. Michigan, after spending tho winter
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jnnics
Oood seivants are. hard to gel - but
servant', say that gooil places are hard
to get, too. So, If ou have the good
place, anil advcitlse II her", the chain is
are tli.it you will get tin- Kood s-rvant.
Lucy Taiherl in working for Mrs.
Oharli.-s olrnstead In f,r,-e n-boro.--William
M.iilaguo has purchased Mis. A. P.
Diown's place -I711is Smith's infant sou
wns bulled Sunday.--.Mrs. Kiunham of
Marshtleld is spending the' hitler part of
the winter wltli her mother, Mis. c,
Gould. Arthur Jameson nnd .Miss Susie
Curlier have bee;n eiwaecd to teach the
school ln-io IhU spring.
The Rev J D. Waldron Is eonllned to
the hoiH" this week by an attack of tho
The funeral of Mis. Chellis Scribrier,
who died Sunday at the home' of Mrs.
Frank Olmstead was held Tuesday. Mrs,
Scribner had been in iVeblo health tor
some lime and she has been falling since
the death of her husband several months
ago. This was the third death to occur
in the Olmstead homo in less than a -.ear.
Mrs. George) Iloyt, who has been hi
Suilnglleld, Mass., for tho past three
we eks returned homo Tuesday night.
Tun late n report is that .Mrs. George
P.lckford Is steaelliy improving from tin
lecent injuries received In tho lailroad
The Lie lure Course assoelal ion held a
meeting ill Tiivlor and Diutou's olllce
Tuesday i-vc-nving. The talent for the
pasl season has cost and nil thu eri
teiiialnuicnts huve bee-n of high class, are)
highly aplirecialed by our town's people.
Tin- executive, committee appointed fur
the ensuing ".oar aie W. O. Dutton, Dr.
12. M. Cianeaud Prof, C. II. Wllley with
W. IS. Ciaiulnll treasurer. It was decid
ed to have six entertainments tho com
ing seili-ou, four lectuies and two con
celts. Tlio remains of ICdward Young's father
wi n- taken to Albany Wedne-sday for lu
lertaininciit. II. 1'. Cliuiiult has gone to Rurllngtou,
where lie has employment in Ralley's
The Fortnightly Culture Huh met Sal
tirdav witli Mrs c. p .Sawyer. A paper on
"St;. Peter.-burgh and Mo-cow" was read
by Mrs. Treve-lll.iu. a paper 'Condition of
Russian Jew.-,'' was prepared by Mrs.
Nellie C. Dutton and Mrs. Slilpnuil gave
a piper on "Tolstoi." There were two
readings. "Rleetloneering Projects in Rus
sia'' nnd "An Auieilean Russia." Mss
Hose Gllkoy, one of the hiKtructois who
planned to go to her homo In Slrnlt'ord
to spend her vicallon, Is III and coullnrd
to her loom.-Miss (Illkey's school and
Mrs. Gioigc's school held a spelling de
bate at tin- academy Friday evening Ulld
II wan very Intel csIiiik. The tpic.stinii, Li
cense -. Prohibition.' was handled In a
very able manner by Miss Cliiiffen nnd
Fled Foster and .Miss llealey and (Jeorgej
Foste r.- !'. C Kltti-lilgn and his mot heir.
Mis. Orson Mack, and .1. 1-2. Appolt. who
have been visiting in nngland and Ger
many for the part three monllis, are e-x-icetcd
home this week -Sunday evening
at the Cougi ck-atlon il Cliiin h there was
a In i go attenchiiico lo iisten lo tho dis
e no Ion of iho following eiu-stlou: "Why
Die Nut Laboring Men Take Mure Interest
In the Church?" This discussion was
given In a very Interesting und prontnblo
maniiir by William Traynor, and next
SumjAy evening It will bo answered by
the pastor, the Rev. 11. L. Ward. Hpocl.il
music was furulHhtxl by .Mrs. Hrown ami
Mrs. Tiliis ind Me-ssis, Gooi-go Hoyt ami
James Ross, with Mrs. Paipietto at the
org in, Specl-il mention should bo made of
tin duet by -Mrs. Hrown and Mr. iloyl.
r-2plscopal M-rvlces will bu held In Academy
halt this evening nnd thuy will bo in
rharge of tho Rev. V. H. Leach. If. It.
Kimball has recovored from his recent
Illness so ns to bo out ngrdn. Mr, and
Mis. A. ). Titus and Mrs. Row-ona Tlltts
wero In Morrlsvllle Monday to attend tho
funeral ot Mrs. M. S. Fillmore. A. A. Mc
Lcod has purcharcd of C. S. Montgomery
tho new houso ho has been milling on
Michael Riggs, an old Fairfax boy, died
In Modford, Ore., Saturday, February 21.
Mr. Rlggs was born In Milton In 1SJ7, but
was l eared In this town, vvlreTe he has
many friends. Ills third wife was Mnry
A. Austin, Ulster of C. G. Austin or St.
Alh.it.s, who survives him. Resides his
wife ho leaves three children, George
Rlggs of Poit Richmond, Cal Mrs.
Nancy DoWIlt of Little Shasta, Cai., nnd
Mid. Ida M. Howard of .Medford, Ore.
F. A. Wood has sold his farm to P. II.
R.van Tor $.',().-('. D. Orion will occupy
the- piomlscN vacated by R. A. Soutlnrd
and owned by Mrs. T. L. Marvin. Pro-fc-sfor
Chlttende.-n, who has been en
gaged tis principal at the IS. F. A. the
coming year, will furnish his own corps
if teachers. - W. C. Rowland has gone to
Charlotte o fee ure n e,ci- load of- Day for
('. St. Pierre, Melboill Osboi lie has le
turned to lown after n slay of two we'eks
at his home in cinrenci -ille, (jne.
Mr. niiil Mrs. Myron L'-ac h of 12sse
aie visiting Mrs. Leach's father, who was
Injured ley a full on the ice l.isl week.
Mr. and Mrs. II. p. Cov eef North Chelms
ford, Mass., are vNltliig old lrlends In
town. Holla Southard moved Tuesday
to lln house that he recently bought.
Leon Ortou will move into tin house a
calerd by Mrs. Semtlianl on Main street.
Alva A. Chase or Jay Is Mting his
cousin, Mrs. c. Allied. S. G. 12van
wliilo unloading lugs M the saw mill
had a log roll on one of his ankles nnd
bienk It. C. S. Howard was In Ho 'ton
last week. Mis. I. F. Wilcox Is reiov-cr-ing
from her recent fall on the lee. -Mrs.
Sarah l!ov, l.-irul has rutin neel from lllnes
burgh. W. M. Smith of Cambridge visited
at J. II. Rntrgles tin nth. -Thomas
Hi own l.i very much better after his
recent Ulneix. Mr. Collins of SI. Alb ins
was in town the ISlh and bought u line
colt of G. C,. (irtoii. Miss Mable Newton
of SI. AlbaiM visited Ills mint, Mrs. ,1.
II. Rugbies. -Several went Horn the vil
lage Sunday lo Onmbildse lo see tie-lallto-iel
wiecl: there. -Mr. m l Mr; Jo-se-ph
King visited .Mrs. icing's inneee.r.
.Mis. i:dward Golden, in Geejrglii tin i -th.
-Mis. Leon orton and baby are- sp .rul
ing a few duys with h')t- patent-. .Mi
ami Mrs. J.tnif.s Lew Is.
A large fijrc;c of help Is nt work o , ih
interior fml-h of the- R. F. A nnd h i
last Hearing completion. H. M. I;.i'i e r. I
lias bought tlie meadow lot formerlv ,evv
ed by Dr c. 1-'. Hawley. consisting ' '
four anil iirie-fuurlh acies, pavnr; ! r
the some je, ni v Sheriff V,'. i!
Sniill, eji c.i mbridge was in town on I i- -
ni'SS Merell l S' lleeols ope Heel 111 I .vt
M-iicli :- Willi rli.. ..Id t,.:ic-bers In tl..r
I-l-pee-llve j -.-.-.lllk IC'-IHe 1. 1 1,,
gone- lo St. L.iuK Mo, to work in tl.
hiinlware esiMbbslitni nt e.fc II Ri-'i.en
a forini-r Fan fax b.ev . 12ilw.ini Cn-pe li
ter will soein move iutee the hoiie-e' fonni rl;
oci iipied by John ll.e -
Dr. ,1. A. I'citv we- in Jen. ho Hiturd-v
on hustiu ss - Miss Anna Ruth r i-
lined to the house by dim--- - M r-- C. II
Rriish anil Mrs. Neerns l.e.iiin-el vve-i e m
St. Albans Satulday. .ss Rtnily Ib.i
royd has reliirneel from lie-r vl-ir to M s.
sac-hu.-c Id's. - St,, R,i Driver l.'-tc:- lick
had tin; mislortune to Hp mvr I'n.lu
evening after having reached the ill.eg.
There were nine persons in the stage let
no one was in hired. Mrs. John R
visited ut her d lughter's. Mis. F I:.
Hunt's, u Milton, the 1-th. -Mrs. I.illic
Steady of Rurllngtou vi-ited her pa-cin -.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Mineer, la-t week
Mis. Ray Lewis was taken sudde-nl.v ill
In church Sunday, ami was take n to tie
office) of Dr. J. A. lelty, alter which -he
was soon able to ride home. .Mr. Hwiii
.supe'rintendent at tlie Falls, went to Do
ton the 15th for a short stay. Presi ling
l-2Ider Nutter of St. Albans preach' d in
the Methodist Church Sundiiv evening
He will al.-o preac h .Sunday forenoon and
evening. March :'('. A. Donald-- en i.
tumul home the I'hh after havi g p ,.'
tin- past iwo wee k- on lliel.-lnu! D. '
Sl-erill (' C. (tilelte VV 1 I'l i'l. 1-" '. '
lev the Nl eell business.
Miss Anna Rowli'id wa- II'- -t . I
Mi.-. II. C. Hevin March I'' V. VI )
lard has bought a lew . , i .Ii i. - -i. ,
machlnn of live hot--, povve'i i,- e l
Ortou and joung daughter ,n el ,
homo of .lame's Lewis feer .1 t v '
Lewis Slieltiy is quite sick vvitn r li "
Mrs. O. II. Raw s.n eef Newport w i- -teew-n
Saturday i-alling ee:e fi I". 1, .
DrinlvWlne will work for II. () Willi ' - t-
coming year and will oee upv.Mr. Wi.l.m- -tenement
house, Mi-. Jo-eph Pan- mi
who has I n earing f e Mrs II W
Mc Nail for a fe-vv vve.k-, renin,.-I t"
her home Man h 16,-Jlr and Mr.- J ,-. -..'i
Cross arc rejoicing over the hhth "f .1
Mr. nml Mrs. II. P Cox. w.re the
of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. I'oss Mund.u
Mrs. G. G. Orton has returned lo he r
homo, alter pjsuliig several davs wilt,
her sister, Mrs, J. K. Curtis. R. A.South
aid and fumlly moved to their ih-vv home.
Tin nd.iy and ( D. (Jrton will take im
)n(ehate po-se-sion of the house v.o.iie.1
by tlleni. Wonl bus been rceclved of the
safe arrival of Frank Konfl Id at hi
future home In St.' Louis.
A. H. He-email and son nr' luadii g .'i
other car with potitoex al 12,-i-t c;. ti i
paying TJ cents per bushel. 12. G K.n
lnii.l is again confined to the be. u-e I.
sickness Mrs. S. S. Hrigliaiu is -i.rvlv
fulling. H. I'. Cox. who has been i-uc t
old fib-nils and relatives ii I , . i -tinned
to his home Weduesdev Mi
Rlla Mat tin wtut to New York tin- v,. . i
Rav St long has taken C. II Wil
son's farm tor the ennilug e,ii i
I2.1wln l.earnerd, who has in en umie -i i,
is Slowly e OI1V JlesHilg. -Miss
Flvnn of I'nderhlll Is vi-itlng lie i- ,,u ,i
Mrs. 1211a Martin.
Mis. James Goodail and son of I'u,.
Ion arc In town vl-itlr.g r luiv-- V'
tbur J. Mudgett is moving to rmiiu ,. i
the storo rcce-ntly vac iteel lo i: , ,i.i
Carpenter. Dr. and Mi-. S II. "1 .
were in Cainbi lei the ..ad to it. -..I i
wedding of Clinton c M. iel ant Mi--Anna
Morse at the bride home Mrs,
Fidelia Fllsworth. who lives with h-r
giai:il-ui. Delno 1;, ud.-lej. is v,'iv low.
The fui'ci.il of the late Frank G. Nut
ting was held Saturday. Maxell Is tnem
the Methodist 12pi.-cop.il Churrli. th' Rev.
Dr. Nutter, piisldine; tider of the St. Al
bans district. ollUi.itc.l, a-sisl.d bv the
Rev. .lucob l'lnger of this place. Friends
from St Albins. Hniisbuu'h aini F ui llcld
atlelidcsl Miss I'lossie Uillev I- serious
ly 111. Frank I.. Stmt eef Cambridge s
in town. Mi-scs eiraeo Walbridge alii1
Donna Pierce ale vlsiilng friends in town
Stllhnati Paige, a life long resident oi
this town, died at the home of his da ligh
ter, Mrs. Maria llowrig.ui. March IT.
Mis. Helen Hlake leluincel fiom SI.
Albans Monday. Mrs. Charles l.iudon
was In Milton a few .lays last week the
guest of her mother, Mrs. .l.i no Flynn.
Mr. Casslus Austin was in .Milton a few
davs lust vveek with her mother and
sl-ter-MIss H-ssc Ladue ri'turneil from
St. Albans Monday, where she has been
lor a week, tho guest of .Miss Prances
11. 1 Ci.shtnan is III wllh grip and
neuralgia, but is slow-lv- improving now -
Mrs M. II. Rnlkird fell last week Injur
ing her hack The Rev. O. D Clapp
ot Rurllnglon, and son I-.'incst, spent a
few days lu town recently. Tho Con
gn gntloiuil society will glvo a sugar
sen 1 11 ,)t Leo Allen's on Weilmxeluy
evening, Alaich 220. During the seasons of
llliseltlcd going the Hndeavor service at
the Congregational church will In- u,
immediately after Sunday u-hool im.to.iit
of In tlie evening, as Is the rustnm. Freil
Rll-s lost a cow this w'erk Charles
Coburn and wife bav e-moved bad; Into
their h )iisr at the Center.
Mr ninl Mrs o 1-2. Hammond invited
tho LMclo Club, Uwlns's otchestra and
a few frle i 1 1 Tuesdnv rcriing to c If
urn it in. Mie.e.H i,r the c ji) sec s I
or entertainments given dm eg tor. win
ter. A most cp IlKlitful c , no,!, was ii.i.ss.
ed at cards nnd dancing ami eioicini . ro-
iresnme'iits Hi form or .en e.v i r ; d i,rl
was serveei.-.mis. c, s i ),,, c-r r,f Rieh
ford Is In town to be pre , ,,t at hi t' f 'h
er, Absalom Slovve.' v birth lav '
htOWC is ll.-lle mul hmili Med look I Dei
a man twenty .vents j.eiiii.or -.fjirliTl
"unt unci i Deri- ,. ilh moisl s.
Mrs. (' L. Ciiprie M-,,,,M V , v s
ll'-cl r-lallves u j, v . ,v r " ttv M IS-
ier ivenneiir .jenr,. I m v ,"i t m .lit I
i ne menus oi c-. ij, .,n,, . , coii-ri.ilu-
lating mm on his ,ippointtr,, , u r,i
in cue i iiinese e nugi -tt i,,., i, rv M
llicnioicj. 1 1)1 repented f ,, t1 ) M it
evening. His fnnnlv ,i . , i n m'i ti r
homo there, -1,, w. n, 4 , r , r
AIlISS,, IS ill loW - o;i , , (). r (
Austin and fatnllv fii.n , i ,ltn li ver.
mil, .uass. jueseiav, n, ,f to tarry on
.iii-iiuis nirm ti , uing jL.ir.
Miss Muilel Orhe 1 --ono to fno
UC'SpiUU lie, DUriingirert I . e k jl. CO I o
of Instructions os , i J Liv-
lmrston or St. A'l , , ,, the
arm oi i-ovvii y a i, , , j to lo
cale here H. H. V. i . , .p, tor
eef CtiHtoin--. S' Ai r T joat
wi en se'verii n., - . ' t '
The St. P.iirlc k t ' , I
give n by tlie Hi' it'iie, I 1 j rt s
a success, both -wi nlv ,i . i -. ,,y
Mrs. Arthur S R'ker lv t V,
Mrs. Ratuby I.e. h went t v"e k
la-t week to joi i Vr pil , n,
Mrs. Raker, sail 1 S 'u , ,1n
on the Steamer St p ml - , tr ln
Clothing eeunpny. will' h ! i0.
log business tlie past tve, v,o
Roriglit block, flOSe-'l la-1
have removed all io tic 1 .
maple sugar is rot . j.ioi r
cllCteil t ISC'W l.e r". 'I g! .- P
WOOCIS I- lieef fl ,7. r 1. I
and unirs-- i' 1 1 . .. r,i ;
bids fair to 1.. ' ) .rt .
sugar has v , r he . -, made
Francis ( 'as r. ' I i . .e'n. ,
blrlhd.-iv- .1' In I mm. ' '
Wc'lnesel.ev ever," Mir 1 s
n lnrge com, e- .- i r i e k
rei elve 1. Mr c i,i
Rb-hford for r , ..
tlVC ill b'l-l' . I ,
Reu'ee n (." n of M.ir . (i
n tour. ting fri'-n, i ,
' w I i s ni th, V .111 i-
'-'If t' ! ' .led lo tou , , Si
I'd 1- ' loppl .g III L ot e I I'- r -
1 ' liter n, erljet . a-ler w i' i, i.. s .
Lees lower, is cents be-mc ti i n
fi -h. i lea ns ih-ni wiih ' ,v ft,
be d-pi'-k, bin L-msr S: v i 3.
f . iy N. 1 :.,-. ' " i'ci! 1 , ti
! t nsyh -11 1 1 , ; vt , k I 1 1 s if
1 l f.ithei. :l 1 1 l: 1. 1 a
1 I Mis II : ,
I "e .V 1 I l- ' ' ' e 1 t Mrs,
.1 D. Mai' 1 r -I ' n
e r r, . 1 t -I to 1,,
' It i h' at. V e, I! ,. - e I
; 1 . ni Nc '.v "i'h'i 1,1,. -i
1 gi e at 1 m . - ,v K
j I'.inper 1 ' I i I - t .
I f'-eine r Mar v : i' i 1 I 1 r - t.
ur iv and S " M. , Mr 1 t,
I 1- -pi i-eliiitr tie vv. i t i:.v t 1
1 'I he Rev. I' W. D' ir . 1a pr - "
Il.1pl1.-t ('much Si .lay ir.e
j nMHi.f, and also -tflc-i.it d a'
e r -I or J"-lali P. T. --j -iw -it ' -
Sunda - a I ti rr ""t. Mr T-'Vviw , t
1 a suff, re r -icein cancer i. I r
' tu niv rroiiths, having been '-r" ,
..t the Mary Fletcher h '-;e
1 li n 11 tori l-i.-t summer. He ;.?v t w )
' atlil two da-l'-htc fs, aiso n e )rtj
I four brotlu la.
Mrs. Kliza Hiwley, who 1 ,; perf ei
w inter at II. S. Gates's, has j. r to Cue,,
brldire. Mrs. ICmllv rtoere v . 1 hns 'n.
I ,11. has recovered her In !' . cr ui,i 'i
,' C' company Mr. ShcparJ t 1 b m
.Sutton. c.j. . M-s. 1:. , ler,. , ,r i
1 daught. r si" ut i in of t! i- w -k 1 !'-
I hiigton. Mrs 1 S And're.i is n
ir, g a i.v mivs n S' Alb" Mi- '
' dr' 1 lii-ov n "f M"i meiv 1- . ir ,
1 r irra n.im a , m 1 1 1 .. t 11
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of M y. ris Ti ' M. : 1!
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I'ai aiel Mr . i.ei .Mi i I. V '
j New Ilamj-shi! v. - i 11 i .,. 1
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w t 10 M . -i M e 1 i' 1 red
I 1 '1 '. o-t 1- t 1 V'. , plain.
1 M G , - i '.mi' 1 "v ,
h . 1- T - ' 1 n-eermi '
w - held I'. ' ' Math 1.I1-1 '
t'e Re . ir ''mi el 1- 1 t
I S- v l-1 .1 1 l'i - m s A
I.' esbUlg.l V, 1 e I . " t .
M, Pom 1 " - I -11 '
and cop -1- ' n ,. ni 1 o 1 -
ma nv 11 - a I -1 w II,
1111--, i in 1 in
t 'le . '"II 1 M '. p
bind, tw. . ,' 1 ,1 , '
manv i'. 1 1 1 - ' ii., I'd
Hopkins wa- 1 P. 1- -1 iv s
this Week Mi - 1 1 ' , ! c
(real is the n,,-,, of her 1, ,. - M
Mrs. We leh for .1 t'e w i 1 -
high school opi ned Mm' i. n
.Mr. C. L. Jordan as p . , '
dan is ; te.le lie I- ed' e tWa . I
e ry luulily ree online 11 I ,
antlolaplliiK a very su. . --1
Tho Worn ill's Homo M, 1 s,
Hcty nut with Mrs. H. II 1; W
nes,l,iy afternoon, March .'1 C 1
I'2sllicr Cire h will meet v ,tl
truile Arn.lroiiL- ui'il,,
March LV. Mr- I .1 N.ai, .
spending a wok in Wal. rv 1 , vi 1
S. WrUht of J" iU nui-rv ( , vv 1
has been caring for her 111,' M - H
R. Olmstead returned to h 1 "t
week. Mrs. o. I-;. Wilson . 1 m 1
1 en are visiting her pi.ni 1 J "' G i
The h ed of I I II I V Dr, tt w ' 1 ' "
lloston last week, was bnui.M 1 re M
)lay nioruinii ned taken i) 1' I l
Charlen Talro. The funeral si r. , vv 1
lield In the aflernoon at tlii-a ,, 1 , i,
II. A. Collins, who D it w "1 t i 1
fever, is getting along nie. '.v
A team owned by l'i. 11 k M H , 1
ran away Mondav and .inl c"i 11 1
damage. Mr. ll'nhbiiril wa- i"jdini4 1 01 .
her at the Webster mill and his sinn
son was holding one of lb. b u'sis
some waj the horses were 11 . 1 1
and starte.l through Rlvc-i si ree Mr
Itnbbiiiel Jumped on the sh Is h 1 wis
thrown olf before h- i 11 1 r icj tlii
(Continued from third pace)