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111K JrUJKl TNGTON FREE PRESS : THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1904.
4 Coughs and Colds ARE DANGEROUS and Should not Be Neglected. TAKE SUSAN J. LAWRENCE' S Wild Cherry Cough Syrup. orAtlAXTHEO lo rnrr or Your Mor Hefundfd. l-'or le l- AH tlriiRRlMt nnd tJrncer. VniVK 3ft C'KNTS. YERMONT LOCAL NEWS (Continued from third pagf.) Ibirry wns In town Monday vlltlnp school?. Mrs, Wuynr and Mrs. Wnlcott have re turned to their homes In Hoston. Miss Mary Montgomery accompanied lier fa ther and brother to fit. Johup on tho chooncr Nelson W. Flsk Sunday. LAMOILLE COUNTY MORRISVILLE. Mrs. .1. II. Patch of net who has ben 111 nt the home of hi laughter, Tdrs, J. M. Kelley, for several works, went Saturday morning to nurllngtvt, where she expects to undergo .in opera tion for spinal trouble nt th" Mary J'letehr'- hospital. She with accompanied by Mr. Pntrh, Mrs. Kelley nnd her phy sician, Dr. G. L. Hate?. Charles Hrlghnm, who lives near the Tnnney bridge. Is s.-rlivuply ill with rryMpclate of the face anil throat trntibl-. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. K. Palmer are spend ing a few days in Iwrby Line, the guests toi Mrs. Palmer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Lunt. JOHNSON. C. r. Jones returned ftom Hoston Mon day lat.- H. S. Islington ami nephew, tlajt, were In Hoston last week. Lewis urehaui has returned from Poland Springs, Mf , where he has spent the Siunmej In a hotel there. Arthur Pike ptit Sunday with his family here. Ab fcott Omrvln and family from MorrlsviUe (pent Sunday with relatives here. Kred Leslie nnd friend spent a few days at St. Jolmsbury last week The Hew G. Frentih exchanged pulpits last Sunday vcnjng.-Mrs Mary C. Morgan went to Pt. Johnsbury Mondav for a few days. O. B, l.andon hns returned from the Isl-1 3.-lrs-. .1 L. Piere, has purchased tho W. C Doane rcslilrtici on Railroad street. -The pernonnl property of the late W. O. Doane wan sold at auction last Satur day and went very high. Judge Andrews lip completed repairs to his farm build Ing, places of business during the service seemed to speak of the love unil sympathy of all In this, his old home, JOHNSON. A very pretty home wedding wat solem nlzed yesterday morning, October 19, when Hertha K. Newton and James W. HcnHy were united In marriage nt the home of the liride's parents, Mr and Mrs. H. W Newton. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. C. D. Pierce. After a short wedding trip Mr. and Mrs. neatly will reside at their new homo In tinosbtigh Falls. EDEN. George Ropers has had another shoek and Is in a very dangerous condition. The play entitled "l.ouv.i' the Pauper" by the Kden Dramatic club wl.ll he given nt church hall.. Kden, Thursday evening eif this week. The play is (riven for the hen ellt of the Corners' Church. The Dorcas society held their annual meeting Tues day. The ofliceis of lust year wor re. elected to serve another year. Miss Amy Jlasklns has Rone to Rurllngton. whero she will speak on W. M S. work. Fred Smith Is making a great Improvement on his house. It. R HI. ike is also Improving his farm buildings. Nathan Adams has his new houso nearly rtady for an occu-paet. 8T0WZ. Mrs. K. A. Clarkson leaves Stowe .next Monday for an extended trip to Troy, N. V., Pennsylvania and Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. A. P.. Munn. who have been In Mrs. H. S. Tlnkhatn, who has been seri ously 111 with pneumonia, IN convaisoy.ii, CRAFT1BURY. Mm. Lucy Putteirnon from aiover hnB moved Into her home lttflly purchased of J. Kelr.-Mr. Fd Tempifton moved with hr family to rortn Craftsbury last Wednesday. Uuih 011 Gilbert was orroated and tried for Indication Itut Thursday and taken to th work houie (or four months. Lllla Merrill Is howe from Morrlsvlllft for a three -ek vuciitlon. Mrs. Authur Smith Is vUltiK her patents In Troy. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Patter son, Mr. and Mrs. J. Kelr left Inst Sat urday for SI. Louis f n 1 r. Harry Moody has recflred the appointment of mall carrier ttl the new R. F, P. route. J. C. Allen from Hurlington spent a few dey't In town Inst week. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Spauldlng was call ed to Newport lout Tuesday to attend the funeral of Mr. Mnslon. ALBANY. Orsa Rowe.ll and family have moved to Rutland whern he expects to work for tjie Sargent brothers. The Con gregational society have put water In the vestry and hnve graded about the yard the past wcok. Mr. Andrew Rogers and Miss Watle Omshery of Northlleld were married fit his father's C. K. Rogers, the 12th. They started for St. I.ouls. Samuel Norrls Is visi ting In Lowell, Pltrhburs: and other plnces. Mr. Nathaniel Johnston passed his !1 birthday tho Irtth. Ills son and futn-lly invited his friends to be with him that day. Among the relatives friends were live sisters, all Mr. John stou nelces. TROY. Mr. JMal Powers find Harold Peek went on the excursion to r.oston Allen Hall has bought of Mrs. Kv.ins her house on .Mill strci-t: price J.V11. Mrs. Kvans moves to Stevens mills Alvln Ror.ts Is to move Into a part of the Carpenter house.--I.ee Simple has told the meat market to Almon Cross. Potatoes are rotting In the ground quite badly. Apples were never so plenty. Mrs. V. t. niy has returned from St. Johnshury. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Aiken, are visiting 111 Mierhv and Newport. Mr. anil Mrs. Homer Kvarts have been called to Knoxhurah bv the death of Mrs llvnrts mother, Mrs. Nobles.-The I,. A. S. will meet In the vestr- Tliuisdav afternoon October '.7. nnd titer.- will be n soup supper and social In the everiliiL'. operative creamery made ft.wio pounds of butter and paid patrons The price pam per pound net for uer iai was coils and the cest per pound for making waj JO oentE. Peter JeftJ, who has boon working In O. W. Bonnotte's bsrber shop In Montpeller, spent Sunday at his home Iter. Mr. Jerd kas purchased or eeoriro Clark his barber ahop In Ilnthel and will take possesilon of the same In about tvo weeks. Ninety of the friends and neighbors f Mr. and Mrs. OeorRf A. Chedol nail ed nt their home on School street Sat urday evening; nnd tendered them a very pleasant surprise party and re ception In honor or their 2fith weddlnir anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Chedel mov ed to this town from Plttsflnld about three weeks ago. Mr. and Mrs. Chedel wero presented with several very nice silver presents by their friend". Among those from out of town who were pres ent wore his mother, Mrs. Chedel and H. Chadwlck of Franklin, N, II.. their sons, Robert ond Charles, who came from Hanover, N. H,, where they Hie attending: Dartmouth College, Miss Clnra Chedel and Orley 'Whltconib of Woodstock 13. F. Rieker's stock shipment from this station Monday consisted of Urt sheep, I to 4 1-2 cents; r.0 calves, .1 cents: !' hogs, 5 cents pur pound and S head of cattle. Leon C. !rew Is unable to attend to his duties in the blacksmith shop this week nnd is using a cane, on account eif an Injured knee. The Injury wns sus tained In a veiy simple manner. He wilt reaching across a heel to get a. pllhw when something snapped In his linec anil he has been hardly able to step on his rlpht foot since. BRADFORD. Robert Ret, few was thrown from his carriage Saturday and l.ijund so that he died the nsxt dav Miss Lottie Kuril has been suffering for 11 week' past with uulnsy sor' throat Mrs Asa Peekett has been conflted to the bed since last Krld.iy. WASHINGTON COUNTY H. W. ALLEN & CO. WOMEN'S TAILORED WEAR Thoro. never worn such forceful arftiinients in fiivor of nmcly-to-wenr Gowns The bcuutiful collection here nt this time offers every thing, nnd moro thnn enn be expected of tho specinlly nin.de Oowns and the fnct thnt in ulmost every instimee the need enn bo snppiled in a few niotnents' time without the lenst, trouble of fitting and tryinr on is in itself the strongest kind of nrgiununt in their favor, not eon sitlerinf,' the great saving in the cost There are beautiful (.'owns for any and every occasion made in the most painstaking way, after models that are new and exclusive, not to be duplicated anywhere. Crepe de Chine Gowns for evening wear, shown in a variety of delicate colors. Silk lined throughout and beautifully made in every detail. Oowns of Silk Eolienne, Voile and Broadcloth for afternoon and evening wear the kind of dress that is depended upon most and which causes most annoyance and trouble in securing. Exquisite Tailored Oowns Hundreds of them, rich and beauti ful in design, not to be seen in any other department of ready-to-wear cost nines. Wo invite (he most particular women to give this department their attention It improves and improves wonderfully with each ben son and this Season, it offers advantages that can only be compared with what might, be expected in much greater cities. FURS and FUR GARMENTS. Kich Furs of every description are a very prominent feature in this Store qualities that, nre in every instance thoroughly dependa ble, the best of their kind to be found anywhere. Made up as they should be after most recent, models many rnre and nol-to-be-dnplieat-..fl sets of fine Mink. Hauin Marten and Sable now on Inhibition. Special attention given to fine Fur lined Garments for Women, Alaska Seal and Persian L.am& uarmenis. M0NTPELD3R. NORTH TROY. Robert n.'irdyne died (October l' after 1111 illness of about a month's duration. Mr. Oardyne was born in Arbroath, Scot land, in When thtfe months of age BELVTDERE. Charles I'otter lost a horse last week. Rav Conurn Is sick with men.sles in Mil- ton. r reci w mm nun iurt,:u .1,... ,,nfn(n, 'i-i,f. Vonnir 1 ,.,,t i. ni,r,i. wnln n...ii- .1. t poinioes 1 tie 1 oting V. Stevens s Mill. .Mrs. I., lho-.nis or Cambridge visited her father M. L. Dnvls's last week. Mrs. Sally Allen has Bone to Hakerslleld to live with her daughter, Mrs. L. Pierce this wioter. Mrs. Churles Fox Is no better.-Georgo Tilteson lost a sow and litter or pigs last week by feeding apples Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Shattuek visited her brother 111 Cambridge, George Hlckford. the, lf.th. Panirl Renett has taken J. R. McCulns farm and T). Potter and Klmer his son the upper farm In H.ikerstield. Stowe for several weeks, returned to their home in Saranac Lake, N. Y., on Monday. C. J. Shedd. who left Stowe several weeks ago. Is In South Fr.imlng ham, Mass., where he has a position m a hardware store. Mr. and Mrs. Colsmi of Ottawa, Ont., are spending a cmplo 1 of weeks in Stowe, slopping at Clren Mountain Inn. Craig Burt is away on a tfl days' excursion to the St. Louis ex position. He experts to visit Washing ton and New York before hl return A son was born on October 0 to Mr. and1 Mrs. Samuel Shonln, The subject 'or tbe 2.1, service Is "How Can We Lnlirge apd V , "" "" Improve Our we.rk?-' Matthew, Slil7-K. 'l"nl' ,' A surgical operation was per Isa. M:2; leader. H A Mills -The Morris-. '" whli-h proved successful but a villi- Fire company drilled th- Torrent ' ""'f lr-?""n '"J -l "h"h, r Fire company of Stowe on W.dncsday ? ''. ",' ''''"'" ntt", , "l , , i.lll.-ri,.. .111 l. ducted in the Congregational Church at ll::sn. Mr. Ramage oUiclatlng. assisted by the Rev l: C Croly of Mansfinvllle. Que. Irving Isham, who Is in Washington county Jail on a conviction of Illegally shooting ije r, is something of a puzzle lo City Pbvu-lan Lindsay and other doc tors he has called In consultation. Nham is paralyzed apparently on one side, takes no teiod and does not appear til understand what is s.nd to him. The physicians are of tho opinion that l.e has had .1 slunk. He lias a uifo living in St. George, where he formerlv resided. Walter Hurke-, who was Indicted with Levi Sun for grand Urreny in robbing J. RIBBONS. Special Offering To-day of wide Messaline Ribbons especially fashionable for Millinery purposes Sashes and Girdles 5 and 6 inches wide full as sortment of colors and black including Chameleon effects Value 35 to 50 Cents PRICED AT 19 and 25 CENTS. urnl lit lilu t.nH.i.. I 1..... f tllri !...) an olfl rfitlHfnt of Duxburv. S-itunlny PMnoy Atklnw hns nnishi-d work for II tt.. ...t ... . . . ir yearn ana is tjolng Into the euo Up bus sess 7or i-ercy uavla Mrs P iJtwI.i wer to the hospital In Wnterhurv ruesdav P. W, Taylor and family cnme home frot St. Ixiuls Tuesday.-flili, rt Nelson ha let his farm to a Mr Hutching frot stowe. EAST MONTPELIER. ij. i ' n.i.-t ruiti n i Lrin s nr tooifl and rrofift to Mr Or HwMrl t U n 'niiui.-.iii, i 1 1 j I'll f 114 I, ,ni n Hip i-nt'-r flMrt Wf k i(irl w'li t rt has p'irrliriJ-nil th: lioiisr rin! Y nu'r t 1 11 MtPlili r. ( I in f,... 1. ..... .1 iti-j ' unil ii tii i ii v i ' iii'-i nf-in it David Mem fit P nee Th. R e t .wis mis neen giving very it t resin ent"rtainmeiits at the North r iur h. WINDSOR COUNTY SOUTH R0YALT0N. Mr. r. L Hurnett wi i t Monday for a few ,, daughter was bnrti Oi t I.. i and Mr Ktbaii Jotir jji John Iiurkee, who h.n e 1 of .Mr. Arlotta Inirket t their home in Port IMw i 'i ullllams has mod In- has bought a hou Clifford Kexsott of p. eif tin- depot during W. RoVoimn's alwen, well .Miller, who biiu 1 tlvefi Ii town during Th returnul to Iter home i to A. W Rohonoti an I fnm dav of .mt week f-ir M ' " lie-Id. Where the y M weeks. Mrs. W. M s- Harrei.. Saturday to -it . . 2 to M tie! Mi en guest i.. t. i N Y -Re I "ill, Whet ' i e e n irg nt ,igel,e M iry II in r ' eeot th hr ! T'f.rd, Com Mr 1 ft 'l-M, II it n fc- - -ci'M went t it r iitHes BETHEL. The reinvention r,f tl Sunday School nssnc in 1 1--ti I until last Saturday wa- lurg and Mireessiul l-'rum U i di--triet and fr -m si-mi il Witi, trrl th'-ro w. r. deli-g.i-e- ,ti ri pres.-nttl g d'! ttire-e of t'ie r ous d'-neimiun -in in l,i se be (ame with hl parents to Canada. A. Haker. r tin noil to Montpeller on I ri-whi-r- he lived until IsV,, when he moved day and was arrested by Deputy Sheriff lo this village. In KK1 he wis married to Fitzgerald e.n a bench warrant. Sun was .Mary K.iton. who died in lVJ.i A year aoiultteil in Wellington county court of later he m.inu-d Mrs. Leonard Walker, the charge against him and at the request WATER VILLE . Presiding Killer C. S. Nutter held the third epiarterly conference at the t'nion Church, Friday. October II, Mr. and Mrs. P.ii We stent vislte-d their daughter in rimcrdnlo last week.-Mr. and Mrs. Wal ter W -sti-ot have returned to .Masachus- 1 1 where they have been employed for tin past season, taking their iliiughter w th them. Walter Kckell returned from R itland last week where he had been em-pl-ived fur the last three mont lis. Miss Jlattie Hragg of the People's Aiad-my at Morrisvllle is spending a few elays with lier parents In town. Miss c. Lens Steb bins spent Sunday with her friends in tVolcott. CAMBRIDGE. I Mrs'. W D. Willev returned Tuesday mnrliitlK from a three inoiitn' trip through the Western State.s. W. L Gris vold, rural free delivery earner No. 2. lias pureha.snd another horse to elriv on the route. The revival meetings at North Cambridge, conducted by the Rev, Melville Shaver for the p.wet two weeks, nre to be disiontlnued Thursday even ing. October W. The Rev. Shaver go'-s to IIII1V N H.. to hold nieetlngs.-Mrs. II. A. Hatch and Klla Stint-hour have gone on the Montreal excursion. Dr. Hubb"ll has moved his dental rooms to W. M. Smith's block on Main street. The wed ding of Karl Smlllii anil Miss Florence Hhonley took place yesterday, Octeiber 1!) at St. Thomas's Church. 1'ndThlll Center Mr. and Mrs. Clareric" Meirgan of Richmond were, the guests nt Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Smith Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Tflnds po to Lowell to-morrow for a few- days- recreation. Mr. Hinds Ms luck at deer huntlnu. a medium-sized potato of the new Yer memt gold coins variety fi pounds of fine potatoes. On 7S seiuare rods of ground he raised 24." bushels of Green Mountain People's I'ra'erni'.y of t'nlty Church of Stowe will beild a Halloween party in the vestry of the church Monday evening, October M. New attractions and refreshments will be served.. Stanley C. Hicknk of Somerville, ' Mass., Is visiting Stowe this week as fh" guest of the Rev. K. M. II. Abbott. -The Methodist I-adies' Aid will met at the ve-stry Wednesday, October 2ei, anel serve refreshments at noon. A special invita tion Is extended to the gentb-men. as well as- the ladies. At Vnlty Chun h Church the subject of the sermon Sun day morning will be "Counting the Coat." Young People's Fraternity meeting rt 7 p. in. Topic. "The Open Door." ORLEANS COUNTY ! to try HYDE PARK. The remains of Mrs. Sylvester Whltromb, who died at her daughter's. Mrs. I'. C. Cleve-lanel, nt Claremont, N. II., we re brought to this place Satur day night and the funeral hell at her late homo Sunday at 1:00 p. ir.-. The Indies of St. Teresa's Church will serve an oyster supper at the k.viii BSium October 2!i, followed by a social line promenade-. C, C. Goddaid of South Framlnghnm. Mass, Is visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs. A. L. GndeUrd. Charles Is somr what of a huntsman and will spend part of his time hunting for deer. The Ladles Home Culture club met -with Mrs. II. .1. Lllley Monday evening at which time Interesting papers were read. "The; Roycrof tcrs," by Mrs. I-;, B Sawyer; 'Helen Gould and her Work," by Louisa Morsei Hill. I)r. G. H. Ilulburd of Jericho was In town the- last or the- weou looking; over tin She-rwln property with an idea uf lmving it anil putting in a drug store ! i. Rebekahs held a lelie-arsul Tuesday f i niiig piepeiatnry to tauing in-w mem- ln r- into the Lodge.. Miss Mabel Collins was burned eiuito badly about th" race Monday morning whin- heating Mime water in a tin can by the cover Hying off and the hot water and si' am striking her in tho f.iee- The Rev. Mr. linger went tei Ludlow Tuesday morning to attend the State Sunday school convention. Sherilf Stevens and wife of Wolcott was In teiwn Tuesday looking ove-r their future home They expect to movo here seion. The blacksmith sheip belonging to Cal vln Campbell at Centervllle was burned Tin selay evening. CAMBRIDGE. Allen Sonic of Hast Falrllcld Is In town buying cattle' Ralph and Laura Smlllo of Osslpee, N. II., nro visiting in town. -An oyster Mippe-r will be- serveel Fiiday evening, October 21, by the men of the village In A. L. Hrush's rooms on Mans lield avenue for tho benefit of the library. - Mrs. Zuba Hourne has returned trom ,t two weeks' trip te Ne-w Yeirk city nnd either plaees, Her sister rinel husband, who had hem visiting her from Willow, Cat,, sh'i iicconip.inleil as far as New York on their let urn trip. Tho funeral of J)r Chiiuncey U'llley look place Saturday nfterneion at two o'cloe-k at tho Congrega tional Church, the Rev. Dr. Whee-lock St. Johns IidKc, A. F. and A. M., of Man sonvllle, afsi-ted by Masonic 1'nion Lodge of Preiv, took charge of the set tees at the grave, Mr. Gardyno Is sur vived by his wife .mil thrte sons. Mrs. Minerva Hammond died very sud denly October 11 at her home on Kist Main street. Heart trouble, from which Mr. Hammond hail suffered at tlm-s during the past year, was the cause of di Mb. Mrs. Hammond was born In Jay about SO ye-nrs ago. In 1M2 she married S. II. Hammond, who died in I'M. The funeral was held at her late home j'hurs day afternoon nt one o'clock, the Rev. A. S Ituzzell officiating. She leavs four children. The Hon. W. L. K.iton and wife and Mis. True, all of Osage, In., were visitors in town Monday. of stfite Attorney Seuter a mil pros was entireei m Hurke's caso and he. was re-leased firm custoely. At the se ond trial of the civil suit of tho Capital Ceiach and Livery company vs. L. J. Iiouglass. held In the city e-oiirt Service" were con-1 room I rui n evcniuir. the Jury again disa greed and wis discharged. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Thomas, who have spent th" .,-t two months in town, start ed Monrtn morning em, their return to their home !n Stockton, Cat. Thev went first te It. -ton, where they join"d a party with wheitn they came Kast and on the way Wet will spend several days at the St. Louis - Tpositiem. NEWPORT. Judge Rowell discharge d the Juries Thursdnv morning for the term Thin- atv several divoree cases to be heard. I lie Juilue si nteuoil Hi-nrv King on two Intll Mtnents found against Inm to States prison at Windsor at hard labor. feir not than fle years, eir legs than four nrs on each count, with the rosts eif ptos-e-etition. In the case of Slllte vs. Rnvib-n who pleaded guilty to petty l.n- ceney, tin- judge se-ntenciel him to not more thui three months or less than 2'-j month- it hard labor iu the house of comitem .it Rutland. William ICstey was sentenced to not over four months or less than three months at ha-d labor In the houe eif correction at Rutland and to pay the costs for furnishing liquor In the ellvnice case of Statson . Stetson the ease was continued. In the e;ic of Klkins vs. Klklns- a bill wis rr.vntHi for Intolerable severity. Court granted Mrs. Klkins leave to resume he-r maiden name'. In case of Stnte against Woed the Jiidaro sentenced him to the reform school at Rutland for not ovir four years of Ies than three years. Mr. ood was then placed in the hands of Probation Oltlccr A. C. Sleeper for the term durlntr ironrt behrnior. A pood number went to Hos ton on tlu annual excursion from this station Octobvf 13. Miss Annie Fleming has gone to Lot Angelc, Cal., for the wlmer. Mis M, P. Chaffee started for Iis Angeles. Cal., on Saturday, to be gone for the- winter. Some forty of tie friends and iwh-b. bors of Mr. nnd Mrs. Ix-slie j. Phelns tiled em them Friday evening, eletob r It. It being the fifteenth anniversary of th'-lr marriage. The company served n light lunch and indulged in games. A nice oak chiffonier was left as a re minder of the event. A pretty wedding was solemnized hv the Rev. A. F McGregor at the home of Mts. C. J, milliard on Second street Saturday afternoon, October l.V when lier youngest daughter, Grace, w-as united ill marriage to Mr Hough of Hoston. Only tho near relative" and friends were, invited, Mr. and Mrs. Clough left on the Air Line for California. NEWPORT CENTRE. .Mrs. j-.eina Harris, who of Asa Harris oi iianon Landing, visited her parents, Mr. Charles t.itchlleld and wlf. recently. There was a bugo attendance .11 ine --Kleiners- sociab i ' held with Mi" it. L. iiiiiirilh on Thutsdav, Oclolur i.i i ne procerus rroin t,c chicken pie supper were J I-.'. The Rev. Mr. Ryan has recovered from sicklies-- so ns to attend to his clerical duties ivrlcy S. Nlles was nmrrieel to Miss Hertha K. Wilhird, Octo ber 13 by the Rev. 11, P. Parker -Ciulto a sensation was created by the nivsterl enis elisappenrance of C. liattlett on Sunday evening, lie had periods of par tial Insanity and at tins time went to the stablo to harness his hoi so anil was seen no more until Monday. Thorough si-arch w-as made during the night but was fi un less. Kvldently he spent the- night In the barn and was first seen doing his barn work Monday morning. BROWNINGTON. Orrin Marsh, who has been visiting his son In Michigan, has icturned home -. S-lden Gray has rented Allen Vinccul's house and moved there liu Hlckford has meivcd from Holland Into tho boarding House! or me I'lKe company. - A. II. Gar dynt- nnd family were called to North Troy to attend the funeral of Mr. Oar lytn-'s fathei. Mrs. Flora Shaddock of Whltelleiei visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Amrrew Murray last week, Mrs. Allen of Charleston, who has be-eti cailng for Mrs. Gibson has icturned home, tak ing with her Mis, Gibson, who is Improv ing In health. -Tho stone work of the se conil new bridge Is complefed and Is a credit to Mr. Dainnn.- Jvelward Port -r of Harton has taken possession of (ho farm BARTON. K. A. Girard has moved from toe . S. Prew house to Waldo Mo-iinaii'.s. Hert lllake, who recently bought the- Wyman place eif A. S. Drew. Is moving .n Dr. A. S. Huswell has commence! the founda tion of his new house M. S. Hio-iks has purchased the Grow barn and will eonvert It Into three tenements. He will also build a new house on the same lot. The Crystal L-ike Hotel will be re-open 'il ( i tole-r 21 by the former proprietor manage r. W. I red Magoon - Mr. NORTHFIELD, Mrs. Charles l'ay have re-turned from their weilillng trip to He. ston. Simon Smith I" tlmshlng eiff a tenement -n the basement of his house. At a nil-ting of the Northlleld board of trad- t unlay evening It was vot.-d to hold a tiancUe-t on Saturday even ing, Octot.. 2. at clKht o'clock. There will be si ehes by prominent men in the State. rank L. Greene of St. Al bans will liver the ptluclpal address. Invitations hae already been extended to governor iui-1 lleuteinnt-governor nnd Speaker Men, 'bid and have hen ac - epted. The bnuiuet will be in celebra tion of the pre-irrr sslwness of the gran ite industry, whbh has grown exten sively In the last ear. Th" Rev. W. S. ll.ize-n, D. IX, preaeh- d his 4'Hh atmiVi i sii ry sermon last Sun day. On Friday O, tober 21, at two o'elock in the afternoon an at tract I e an niversary prograinm will be Iinibied. ciiisisting of mii'ie and addr-s-es by prominent men Ir and out of town. In tbo evening there will be a reccpu m given the paMur at th parsonage. The pub- and He Is very rordi.illv inviti-jl. and A very pretty wedding took place at the H. W. ALLEN CO. chief ff-iture e, was a powerful , tie r of St. Iv i j I summers t.i St j of th" Sunda S to be to ti ach h Krne st W. Ch. ttwiigihfolly ir.. Kii rti.il Thing b" intiflllly l,j I tatile-s in h na-.l M.the,iim 1' 1 1 I, t f-.r tl tl-e-ule ! -tl , a r Mi T.ii n i. i Angus II l:,x r e.l l.ivt f. ,iin, Mill-r a -rl W'li wjth th- fimil It i.trr 1. s tt l' r e .liter dim ' put 10 TI I lie- c. . ller.t t-rigr r tl I I 1-1 1 I. Mi A Money-Saving Carpet Sale! 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 odd Each busy season of carpet cutting leaves lengths of goods, always the best patterns, which we I are glad to sell under price, we nave sonea eveiy-. ? thing of the kind out. added other special lines, and Coffer unusual values in the best grades of floorwear atV "a time when housekeepers need them most. f ,1 s r poV 1 II! t'ldr- -s ' v I . -i . - M.i. wt k'lri'lgr '' I lino, wh h h ! in ii ti,, w ,rd R e tl "The Larger The , oiopan w-re f min iro neons- ii i.ir - u h ill The K, t Ha Sui.d i s- I 1 w 'r. tl ' st per- et.iaRe g , r ' ,i r ig' -l'trt t i' 1 I n I nc of Ileil.el ilt f St i' k'-ri Ige w-1 in. iv bv the R. J 'U -mak" th- r f ' re 1 of Mr. and M Da .1 I; ix, par- nt". of the bruli gr" u '1 fc-'m bnelc- - -The fno-bill te.-un ef tvle h h'iol at Wr.od t.,ek Ht S-'-ip.iy nan a i om;, ir.mve wiiK-A-r. w'r ng i the seore of -jn to ei, ,ilth--ugh .bbged ntav two sill, st it lit e: 11, l.lii'. .f reirul. I, 'ivi.rc A ..i.r.,M i,,irir,i . , r,r iiirnr,, i-otnnnnv ne..r thf. ,lrv V,r ilp-r n tl.is VI lagc l ist Fridav anel tl--. i.ly v tcf t up the highway, where it r- n.a.riei for a ua The stlee tmen have hern r. it ne 1 ( ll bequest Of the late P.ii- I ir. 1 - rv the town of the sum of J.""i " r ' ed follows The llleom.- of f "" n ' " ermeiery ami nt tne rem m x ' n Last Jiethel eemetrry, the. 1 fi. 1 t-.i be kept in repair. GAYSVILLE. the examination for the r.rii mail LOWELL. Mrs. J. S. Rrahana went to Ho-don on the excursion Tuesday Mrs. Nelson of Cr.'iftshttry was the guest of her sister, Mrs. Lewis Shufelt last week. R. G. Skii'iicr has sold the Galen Skinner farm tei 1 1. F. Hall; 'onslele ration 2AA Miss Alice Skinner has pone to Concord N. H., where she has employment In a mllinery establishment. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Wikeman of North Troy were en tertained by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Slsco Sunady Mrs. Mary Martin was united in marriano to Moses H,anvllle, both of this town, at Harton October 15, by the Rev. Fr. Joseph 'Purcotte. Stephe-n Miuphy has rcttrrnd to Ne-w York city Denis P-vor of Ne-w York city has been In town for the past two week visiting bis parents and othe,- friends. DERBY. Albert Green, nn old and esteemed citi zen eif Derby, died of pneumonia last Sun- nay night, 'ihe interment was In St Jiihnshuty. where his family nr.- nil bur led. Ills wife died last summer. Ho leaves one sister, who has e.ire-d Mr him through ins snort tuongii distressing illness. Dr. Comings, who was thrown from his cr- flage last week arid sustained a fracture or a collar bone nnd on rib, is mostly con fined to the; house. The lady M years of age, wiiom lie wns taking to the train sustained no serious Injurv although she was thrown out nlsn Juums 1,,-onaid died last Sunday of consumption. He leave.-, a wife and two small children in destitute circumstances. The Young La dies' circle of of Willing Workers met by invitation of Miss Florence Hates at her home last Saturday afternoon and even nig lor a genuine sewing circle, it was enlivened by a humorous, nailing by the Rev. ,T. II. Cone. Supper was served af. te-r which all present jonml in meny games. They propose holding a Christ mas sal - c.irlv in December to raise fund to help pay for the piano Just purchased lor tin- i-nuri n. I lie n.iptist.s inn pro- giessiug rapidly in the work on their new vestry. Tin- tower and and belny ain completed anil are a gie-at addition to Hie appearance of the church. They pro pose giving a harvest surpe-t In the near future nnd hope to be- able to use their new vestry for Ihe purpose. Lucleti Jenne has sold his furniture store and under taker's business tei I'rniiK Harvey and Mr. Stowe, the barber, nnd has given Im mediate ipossesslon. Mrs. Kdgecumbe has been ipiite out of health for a few days, but is able to resume her duties as teach it in Derby Academy this week. Mr, Meael has moved his family into the tene ment near Steven's blacksmith shop and works on the iiuarry V. G, Kllbuui ship ped a load eif polatoe-s, apples and maple syrup to his brother and sister in New York last we nk, home of George W Dunham on Main street last night, Miss Mary Pingr. e and Andrew A Dunham being united in mar riage by the Rei Honor White of li.in- dolih, the ring service being use.1. The reception was held at cinht n clock when about ScO friends weie teceiveel by MUs Kvelvn Hatilon ml Miss Marion Drill, II. C. Cady nnd Joseph Denny ai ting ns ush eis. Mr. and Mrs. Dunham lft on the night tram for Quebec, whete they will pend u couple of weeks returning to Adams, N Y. WAITSFIELD eillirlatliiK. Two selectloi-s were sung by recently purchased of D, I. Grapes Jas j-rnnk l. Minn Tlie ne-arers were tho per suilin, wno nan neen sick for semio two brothers and cousins of the deceased, time has been very low the past week The service was ery Impressive Tin James Maxwell and Miss Jennie Parker llouil eiffe-rlngs many nnd be-autlful, the ere- married October l." b the Rev G, t y.t'11 filled church and tho closing ot tho McDonald at the Methodist par9uuaa'c- The ladies of the- Home Circle will serve a New Kiigland dinner In the vestrv of the Congregational Church Tuesday, November 1. at twolve o'clock A eordl.il Invitation Is extended to all, SOUTH WOODBURY. Mrr. J. C. Hrown has been hastily sum moned liniiie by the serious illness of he-r husband Her son's wife- and child re turned with her. Mr. and Mrs. White of Lynn. Mass., are visiting at Warren Ge.oelsell's- A daughter was litely born to Dr. and Mrr. G. G. !Tull.C. N. Dana was tit home from Montpeller ncr Sun day. There- was a good attendance at the hatvest supper. WATERBURY CENTER. K. IX S-aver, wife and son went Mon day' to Chicoix-e', Mass., for a two week' visit. Mr nnd Mrs. O. W. Davis of Mor risvllle, who have been with tnelr daugh ter, Mrs F ,L' Hate bebler, for three winks, have returned home, Mrs. Hatchet- eler accompanying them Mis. James T Thurston went to Vergennes Tliuisdav last and Mr. Thurston went Saturday, wtierc they arc guests of Mrs. Thurston's sister. Mrs. Frank l l-h. Mr. and Mrs Henry Stone left Saturday morning for Maveihill. Mass. where they expei t to remain until spring Mr. and Mrs. C R Tucker of Worce-ster, Mass., aie the guests of Mrs Tuckers grandparents. M. L. Dillingham and wife Fifteen mem bers of I.zra stetson post nnd W. R e' Wsltcd Comrade' A. K. Smnlley and wil in Middlesex Thursday and enjoyed th day decidedly - Mr and Mrs. K. H. Hlnss have moved into the house recently pur chased of Mrs Julia Glhhs, and Mrs. Amos Robinson and family arc moving Ipto the house vacated by them. N. L. Detnerrit returned from Kast Ilurko Sat urday to remain at home for one mouth or more Mrs. Sarah Roys was called to Shellie-ld Thur.sila, whete she has a case nursing j, s, Newcomb of Lisbon, N. ll-, Is home for ,i shott time. Lnwoll Iii!'niiii JO patterns . Fast Colors Col ton Wool, M-ply Cnrpi'ts. jjyc ! ! 'riniri'tl hVinnnnts l'liu'S oat-h livery reaite, which 1 to I from thi- i,rr.-e. Mr at 1 llnss'im md gr in Id iugl 1 Mass, ar-' isitinc !-' 'i Anilt '-w Harringtoi- li i n !. w davs w ith r- lati - I 1 ! 1 ' W. White nm'i nrd Mrs. J A. e h i'i-I 1 Mr- i s Gl be A we r 1 t n A" A' ::$i.25 Xinr-wire Tapestry, rt'j,'- 7Tc 1 0 11.00 nlar nricr- ')C Host Hotly Hnissfls Import od Hlill.stiM- uliir I'lU'h Scot oh Rntrs. prior Ax- roir-:.()0, 01 0. 0 end Al.e CI .si, : ding .'iiitiiver.-.ir' I'h.d. 1 m Rm I Cuher and lift ,ittn I. ol Mr dph to son f 1 Ml" H rb $1.98 o niarkod down $l.e" to Host Velvots. i terns, wore now front pat- 1. vor .'itlo $1.00 $1.25 $1.15 9xVJ Import o tl Sontoh Hotly Hrns sols Ius, oaoh . . . Koe'iilar n0o Cocoa Door Mats, oao.h . Wilton Volvcts liea vy, $1.75 10 Patterns Saxony Ax-miiistors Extra Heavy Middlesex Axminsters, wore d -ir $1.50, now OltLJ All the above made, laid and lined without charge. iM-'old Oak Seroens, elsoM'liore, eaoh . . Couolt Cov hv oil ine SloaiH o 0 0 ? Every item a bona-fide bargain. J actly as shown. 9 0 A JIM' TAC ...,y 0 ,-ors, H yards U'heS, t-aeh . tplaD 0 a 5 1C wn.-et.-M ,14 V .T.I n.-lchl - n.r .. Idea W a'hiurton. airiv- 1 M, .it the' home of t t paf in ' Smith Mr. 11 el Mrs 1 are --pi ndmg e 'i. s , n 11ru- H. Hi "f C I'lmmi" L H.f'ow 1: " Hit-low of I!, -le 1 the pos,,ji ig. S,,- ir . v tl-e P.e-. J. W. -! . M'!l' I'.ef. md moth--r. .V'- s .1 i of this week to l.-.s' 1 h v w 111 be th-' gu- r Mr-. J lines Sat . , !it f. r fire going tin- Hroolr. I ' t lMrs 1 1 M w 1 .1 i . 1.' ,1 re n it r at' rt 1 Mr.s F 1 wer n I Nil w f tl e Re t ... .. ..I.e. 1. N. Y for t' 1! hrti ondaj aft r-'Oi in 2" fr. l.-y. Mrs A. W. Hallird re id . whieh wet - writt-r t.-r t oc os. Mrs Su-.it nrown. who 1- id been iirhhor "t miss Wilson for ever u-s R ip -hmetits of rolls, Mkn i p.e .r setved i ii i a soeutl hour h'ennissanco Kduo Hob binet Curtains, regu lar $1.7f), now eaeh . . 0 0 0 .1 bv ,i'i -Mis S; i r. Mr- Rus-cl Mi Hndc W iter foe tl. n t I 'iii-K' e Went to tor ,t tew davs visit 'In ! uii e w ith fr Cretonnes lroin I'ICa 's. X. Y yard ... 1 The savings ex- W. G. REYNOLDS. Wl'l Gt. i i uitig of Mi.-s 1 up-ls ;tlg.- holds its ti..--The progrim W A he" Clu'ib-l at-d Mts H . I G -s Si r h i - r.il of 1 ORANGE COUNTY RANDOLPH. After thirteen years of service ns clerk In J. II. Lanisou's grocery store, F. A. Dunn severs Ills connee-tion them iteto lier -V and will gei Into business for him self, having bought the oil route ,if K, 1 1, lluli'.iatd. Policeman Ktigene Abbott has been ap pointed truant ollicer for the village. Dr. W M Kelly Is conllucil to the house because of quite1 severe burns le--ce-lved while trying to light a Hie, he having mistaken gasolene for kerosene Durluc the month of September the co- WATERBURY. The advertised letters at the pos(olll,-o nre ns follows! John Hartley, Mrs. Lizzie Clark. Mrs. Davis, T C. Foley, Mrs. C. Herry, Miss Nellie J. Hlggltis, Cli.irl--s Mular, Willis Piuher, J. c. Russ. MARSHFIELD. Mrs. Martin Newton of this plaro Is very ill with smallpox Mrs. Newton was in Quechie village nn a visit and whlbi there she was exposed to smallpox by Mrs. Goiehum who was stopping at Frank Newton's In Quechie. Dr. Warren of Cabot Is attending the case. There Is no danger at picsent of the disease spread ing. Vera Hudson Is at home for a vui-a-tlon, The stockholdi'is of the Marshibld co-operative creamery held u meeting and ie-e.l(cted tho same olllcers. FAYSTON. Mr and Mrs. F A llnigg went to Wnterhurv In -4 week Tuesday to visit her brut hi r. F W I'owcrs mid fiunlly. also Dr Heniy Powers of Kiplou and l-'rcd W l'criy of Hoston Them was a Husking at A. n and I-'. A Hhks'r Thur -day ev. iiIiik One huiulii-d ninety b.isk--t-e ,,f coin weie hu.sk.d A A M.i 'ullough and MI'S Ht-C.se Chase attended Grand Lodge. I. I'. G T.. at Richmond -Mr. and Mrs ' V. C. Colt'lll Celebl.ltlMl ill.- twentieth annhi'isaiy of their m.ii ri-ig-" ttcilncsdav evcnlim October IS. About hfty fileuds and neighbors wctc present, and Di.in v nice preents wero given MK'til as takeiis of kind irlendlessness. c.ikn and i offee were served and a very plea i nnt cM'iiiug entnyi'd by nil. Mts. John Livingston Im l,l''u caring lor Mrs. John Maxwell a few elas. Sho U limni l omfoi (able. WORCESTER. Miss Fratu-ls Abbott has returned from her vl-lt with friends in N'ew York. Ralph Richardson lost his nors-e Friday jlighl T. W. I'lauiiignu anil wue oi Moretnwo were at 11. i.. ihih-up day.Roland Grllflth and Mrs. Holt of MiintprlliT wen- guests of Mr. and Mrs. II. iiold Austin on Sunday. ROXBURY. Mr. Soule of Kast Granville has taken W. D Fltts's place at the station and Meets le. iiiovn his family heie In a few weeks. -11. G. Van IHtun has mid his place to Theodore Kendall of Fast Gran-Mlle.-'l'he subjcil at the CnnBregiitlouil Church neM Sunelav niornlnsT will bo "ConfcKsing Clu 1st " -The ladles of tho Iwu soilctles will serve a boiled dinner at the vi'stry Thurselnv, prompllv at noon. J K. Ilumiham will move' his family in llennlker, N. 11. In a I' w weeks ond 11. G Van Detisen's family will e-ecupy the li'iienu nt va. aled iheni - The Rev L, A Wllsim will pii'a li "I the si huol house at 1' ist Gr invill iu .st S-u ' it ;l p in U IIM.-ini M ntm ami M Old' Fi-ti lier who m-iniiil l 'Hilay ef list week it l-' -n J i.-k-m. N A 1 hey will r, -id. hen n.l wdl "o'i th imi-.t.--win. h is soon ' I- a -iied by H I . Slnw-G R Aidr.w- ot Noithn.-M was it- town Sum:.. v M ' - Au-iHI.ilrofW.il-ren was at . D Fi't - - Saturday.-Mrs. .1 G. Iall was call d to Montpeller List week Iv the illness and dentil of h r in . Will is 'ry ill -The house hold goods belonging to K. II. Di-srosb-rs are being nuiM'd to Sprlnqtield. Lulh. r Knaps has nioed his family to Water bury. WAITSFIELD. Jule Morl-irty lost Ills driving horse Sunday. While lomjiiK down the brook road the hmse fell nnd broke its neck. J 11 Martin has mined to the farm formerly owned by Almon Joslln which he purchased List spring. George Jos lln of Newton, Mass.. Is visiting his grandfather, G. 11. Hastings Misses Hdltb Howe and Lena Hushnell. and Harlo Parker were home from Montpc lle-r Seminary over Sunday. Charles Hlgelow of Montpeller Seminary Is suf ferlng from an att.iMC of the mumps. R D. Honnett tiled veiy suddenly of pneumonia, October 14. The funeral was held Sunday from the Methodist Cliuivh. Mrs. John liarber of Water bury Is visitiiirr her many friends In town this week. j MORETOWN. Fred Hulkley Is home from Montpeller Seminary sld; with the mumps. Tho Foreign Mlssiuniuy rudely had th.lr annual nu'etuig last nidis at Mrs. II O. Feud's Refri slum ills was served About (ie look supper at Ihe Ladles Aid last i ilne day Nelson ( lliej .tin wile irotn New II tmpshlri are visiting her sister Mi J.uim lull, this week M, li, Orlllitli READING. pt llm.iii Spauldmc of F- (li tober at the niv m. , ve.iis The funeral t,is held the R.-v. Mr. Ponifr. e . ' e p. Mating. Mr Sp.nil-lim s first w 1 Sarah Fan of Cavendish and 'ie b re ihe result of tips u t i whom survives him H.s s i w . Marion Ni luds of s' i - 'V urlis htm. Mr. Spnlt'j w In C ivendlsh -md his . irl . w In Plymouth, lie retain.. ' "v of life wonderful p.- -s ' faculties RrlatlVis pre--, t ..t I f from out of town w . r Mr i 'll.ipmat' of lute R i . r I ,lln Spiuliiing, Pr t ' trliiids from out of town w r. Mi- lb if I n nt' P' ' lev and sou of Sberbun dsn of Sherburn-'. Mi-- burgh Falls secret t ' I iy School association pi i 1 Mr , M W ' I '11" - Ihr -1! in ji. iddresseel the I'niv. ! s il'st In Ibis town piM Sun.t Mr Petiuoyn gav an i ternatlonal Peace Cengre whi.-h he attet.d.,1 .i- , Mirves( s.t ice w .is h- M Clinreh last Sut'd.iv ,-c,l the Rev. I'omtrey's s.'riie't In P.itienc" spiviil miisi 5 S h l 1 1 R. ,i t -i' the ' n sin il i lie ' I ' . uh I ' subl. t wis n t rv w is r e-l r and the church w is m,-, )i ,l , - te I autumn leaves, s. eds -rip fre e vi get-iblew - Mls Tivv.iw ill pi l .lll.s .Oil, ..,,1-. ,.-,, - t. t, lllt'l , are guests at i M I awren. . i'I Smith of Fori Monmouth N ,1 w i town the past week for the mirocse buvliig evergreen - M-s V.li?i Tal r Airs Minnie lutiK,r h.io t ke i to Hoston -Straw-bert-v buds - ni were picked in town O.-tib. r 5 ,1 Harw-ood will open the alb II elm .etlillr, .1,1 1. 1. M . 1. ,-,1,11- linn r I- l ' made a business trip to Host .- t- w -George Proctor and wif o' V tire visiting at Stlllm in (ion is C WllUlns of P.i rat- u.i N V w cent guest at O. S Hold. ' l.o"k of Lexington, Mass. is in tew Teeth Extracted Abmilntely llbont aln. eu'l Hvl eee-lll fAun' u.i . ntwu. ,. .- of pain without taking gas. My l.i used by no other person, datieci, no after effeits, lilt. I.. 1IA7.I3X. Oltlce. ISo Pine street, Hurllngton, Ollicv houra, 10 to 3. 1 to 8, k No pain; ib V.