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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS: THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 190,"..
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FOR SALE. ORDER OF HALE The While River Savins bank, In compliance with 1,11 order of the Court of Chancery within iind for the County of Windsor ami Stato of A'crmont, ditcd December 2S, 111. will hell at public auction at Us office, nt White RIor Junction in in town of Hartford in said County of Windsor, on the 2."lh day of February A. D. 10u3, at 12 o'clock noon, ten Miaro.i of the capital stock of the Cap ital Savings Rank and Trust Company of Montpullcr, Vermont, etch of the par value of ono hundred dollars (MOO.Oe) ns shown by certificate No. 1, laid by taid AMiito River Savings Rank us. a pledge. White River Savings Rank, by Samuel E. PItigrcu, President. Alfred H. Watson, Treasurer. Hnilford, Vt., Jan. 31, lWi. P.l.wlk POLAND CHINA GILTS for sale, rcgls tored stock. Trices right. Klmluirsl Farm, Ira A. Mauley, Milton, Vt 3l,w2t VERMONT IN THE CIVIL WAR for eale. In cloth binding $3.50 for set of two volumes. The second volume alone 11.25. Free I'ress Association, Burling ton, Vt. 31,wly BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES. NOT THE KIND USUALLY OFFERED FOR SALE Large grist mill in rall load town, doing a business of from J75.O10.0O to JlOO.OOO.fcO per year. Extra good waler power; nearly 7j horse power. An excellent chanco for man with some capital. Saw mill and grist mill combined in small town. Largo general store which carries a stock worth about $3,no0.00. Will sell for &io on the dollar. Do an annual businesj of from $1S,C00.00 to Ji'.OOO.OO. For full pal tlculurs, inquire of the D. A. rrrrj Real Estate Agency, Rooms 8-9, Cordon Mock, Rarre, Vt. l!,lut&30,w:!t NOTICE. COME TO CALIFORNIA Wo will tell you how to manage to come this sea son. Send 2c stamp for beautiful lllus trated book. Mt. Hamilton land & Oil Co., 70 Rorler Rlilg., San Jose, Cat. Xl.w.lt. STOCK CERTIFICATE LOST The Third (now the Collcgo Street) Con gregational foelcty of Rurllngton, Ver mont, hereby gives notice that It Is the owntr of a certificate of stock in the Merchants National Rank of Rur llngton, Vermont; paid certificate Is numbered 409, bears date April 9, 1S3, and is for eighty (5") shares of said stock, of which said society i3 the owner; also that said certificate has boon lost or destroyed and the owner desires to obtain a new certlficato in lieu thereof. Tills notice is given In pur suance of und for the purpose named in Suction 30)6 of the Vermont Stat utes. 27,w,5t. TO LET ON SHARES to a smart energetic and well recommended man, best money making large farm in north ern Vermont, well stocked, Please give reference and stato number of years of experience. Address R. C, Free l'rcss. 24,w,3t. NOTICE how little U costs to toll thou sands of readers in many towns of Ver mont what you have to sell or what you wisli to buy. Advertise in the Free Press and you will eet replies to your adver tisement. 87,wtf Teeth Extracted Al.oaultely Without Pnln. The only oftico in Rurllngton where you can get teeth extracted without a particle of pain without taking gas. My method is used by no other porson. No pain; no danger; no after effects. DII. I,. HA.E.V. Odlce, 1S5 Pino street, Rurllngton.Vt. Office hours, 10 to 3, 7 to 8. "Blank Books AT THE I UEF. PIlLUiS ASSOCIATION. FARMERS- - who have much correspondence 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 arc an up-to-date business man. If you buy your printinpof the FREE PRESS ASSOCIA TION you will be well treated. w,tt Poultry Food Agents Wanted. Agents wanted everywhere, to sell Tuge's Perfected Poultry Food. If It U not for sale In your Tillage, write the manufacturer, O. 8. Pago, Hyde Park, Vt., for terms to n gents. Agents take no risk, as the food Is guaranteed to give entire satisfaction In every ease, and any not sold may be returned. It Is on article of genuine merit, and can be conscientiously commended to poul trviaea, VERMONT LOCAL NEWS. (Continued front Flint Page.) blew a coal Into the hay, causing the barn lo burn. Jennie Sessions In very mmforltibto nl thin writing. A Mr. Cam eron from Proctor ritmo to do tomo Plumbing at Charles Parlrldgo's last Monday and was taken 111 tho next day after arriving and was sick several days. He got enough bolter to return homo tho Inst of tho week.-L. 11. Roardman, who bus been s-o seriously 111 In the Rat tell block at tho West village for more than three weeks was brought to his homo In an ambulance last Saturday. Ho Is gaining slowly. .r-WHITING Mrs. Ifnttcn of Lynn, Mass., was the guest of Miss Ella Ketchum recently. Mrs. Foster and Mrs. (loodhart wero In Rurllngton Tuesday. Mrs. F. E. Rockus of Rrandon was In town Mon thly. Mrs. Peck, her mother, returned homo with her. RICHVILLfc. Miss Parnell, who has been ill with tho grip, commenced school on Monday, Mr. and Mrs. James Rlrchard, Miss Trcodway, Mrs. Rrown, Mrs. Delano, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Farnhani, Miss Farnham, Leslie Knapp, Frank Shel don, Pr. and Mrs. Townscnd attended tho funeral of 11 miry Jones at West Cornwall on Sunday. The party at Chauncy Rodllsh's was largely at tended. Dancing was tho order of the evening, lino refreshments wero served nnd a pleasant evening was enjoyed by all. LEICESTER. The King's Daughters met on Wed nesday afternoon. The general work of tho order was carried out. Martha Kclsey Is In West Salisbury for two weeks. Miss Flora Delano ha1? re turned to her homo in Whiting. Harry Morse, who is attending Rrandon high school, was given a very pleasant sur prise by 14 of his classmates on the evmilg of .launry 21, at Miss Elsie Hatch's. A very happy evening was passed. The occasion was is 15th birthday. About 40 of the neighbors nnd friends met at the homo of Mrs. Urownsoii last Friday evening, Jn un ary 27, to give her daughter. Miss Calle, a surprise In honor of the 17th anniversary of her birth. The birth day was not until the Tuesday follow ing, January Si. WEYBRIDGE. Mrs. l.nvlnla Twilehell, widow of Ira J. Twilehell, died of heait dlsraso at tho home of her son, Fred McCauloy on Wednesday night, utter a painful and protracted illness. Funeral ser vices wero held nl her late home on Friday afternoon, conducted by Rev. AV. E. Sloeum and the remains were taken to Crown Point, N. Y and in terred by the side of her first husband, Smith McConley. who died many years ago. Mrs. Twitchell was for several years a resident of this place, wheic she made many warm personal friends by her eminently social hospitable and kindly nature. At the death of Mr. Twitchell last February, she went to reside with her son, in whoso family she was tenderly eared for during her last Illness. There will be a donation for tho benefit of the Methodist society it their church parlors on Friday evening, February 10. An elocutionist will be present to add to tho interest of tho occasion. ADDISON. The friends of Rev. n. 1 1. AVhlto are pained to learn tli.it be lias been obliged to Ko to lhiriingtou to be operated on for appendicitis. Grace Lincoln of Ira is with Eva Smith while her sister, Mrs. White, is in Rurllng ton with her husband. While the grangers wero rehearsing for their drama, Mrs. Mary Noonun was sud denly taken with an attack of neurul iga of tho heart. Sho was carried to tho homo of Mr. Whito across tho way from the Jin 11 and medical aid sum moned at once. At this writing sho is much bettor. Spencer Clark has typhoid fever. Thuro was a social at Plin Norton's on Tuesday evening for tho benefit of tho library. Walter Har rows is ill with typhoid fever. Mrs. C. S. Fisher spent last week at n san itarium in Rurlington for medical treatment. Tho dancing club are to hold a masquerade ball on February 10. Tho Ladles' Aid will meet at Mrs. Casslus McLean's on February S. SOUTH STARKSBORO. Mr. and Mrs. Hurry Ellis of Rurllng ton visited her aunt, Mrs. Alvlna Shat tuck, ono day last week, also Colburn Pierce and son of Hinesburgli visited at Mr. Shattuck's Saturday and Sun day. Oliver Sweet, who has been sick at tho home of his daughter, Mrs. Young, for tho last few weeks, was able to return to his old homo with another daughter, Mrs. Phillips, in the east part of the town Sunday. Fred Morrill and wifo aro staying with his mother, Amelia Morrill, for a while. CORNWALL. Tho funeral of Henry C. Jones was largely ntended on Sunday at 2 p. in. at tho Raptist Church in AVcst Cornwall of which the deceased had been un actlvo and consistent member for over thirty years, Mr, Jones wuh the son of the late Jason and Lydia (Hurlburt) Jones and until within the past Iwo or thrco years has icslded in town. He was a man of sunny disposition, kind hearted ulmosi to a lault, a lover of music and a singer of morn than ordinary ability. Ho leaves many friends who will mourn his dcuth. Ilo is survived by ono brother, 11, E. Jonei of this town, and several nephews and nieces. The Rev. Mr. Howard, pastor of the Raptist Church, conducted tho fun eral services und the burial was In Ever green cemetery. Mrs. J. S. Wing has been called to Boston on account of tho death of her mother, widow of tho late Daniel Rockwood, for many years a res ident of Rridport. J. S. Wing has re turned from Acwortli, N. H., after a week's viblt with relatives. PANTON. Several of tho ladles belonging to the two sewing societies met at tho Rap tist vestry Friday and Saturday of last week and did n large amount of sew ing for tho Conlin family Wright Hoyt nnd Samuel Haines with their wives visited Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Han chett at Port Henry last week. Ren Jamln Adams was at homo from Rur llngtoii over Sunday. Rertha Stewart of Rristol Is visiting nt Irving Car penter's. Mrs. Maria Davis died at tho asylum ut Watcrbury Inst Friday and was brought hero and Interred In tnn Adams Ferry cemetery lost Hun day, tho Rev. S. II. Myers officiating, Mrs. (Jeorgo Allen does not seem to lm prnvo but keeps in about tho sumo con dition. Tliu annual roll call of the Raptist church was held Inst week Thursday evening nnd was presided over by Rov. W, A. Davidson of llur llngton, who delivered an nbla dis course In connection with it, after which a supper was served In tho vestry. Miss Fairbanks, ti trained nurso from Iturllnglon, Is caring for Walter Mer rill, who is still seriously 111 with typhoid fever. Miss Palmer of Vcr gcniies la caring for Mrs. Conlin., who Is still under tho doctor's care. Tho annual election of officers for tho co operation creamery company occurs Wednesday ot this week. The Home clrclo meet with Mrs. E. C. Qalncs Wednesday nnd tho Dorcas society Thursday nt Mrs. L. O. Kent's. CHITTENDEN COUNTY BOLTON. JamcM Rollows of Fairfax stopped last Monday night to visit his niece, Mrs. C. S. Hrush, on his return from n six week's visit In Roston. Mr. Edwards and Mr. McUrldo of Wlnooskl wero In town Tuesday Inspecting the machinery left niter (lie burning of Rnndnll'u mill, it has been announced that Mr. Randall will build u-rain In a short time. Mm. i.nrnsc is In Monition where she 1ms b-en stopping for two weeks with her sister, who Is ill, II. H. Ulshoti Is nt Shar hawk's Sanitarium where he was moved from White River Junction about a week ueo. lie Is slowly Improving funn his recent illness. Mrs. C. S. Urush Is 111 v.ith Dr. Ridwell of Wnterbuiy In at tendance. RICHMOND. A flock of seven doer were sen In Lewis (i.uivln's orchimt hist Saturday after noon. The Aid circle of the King's Daughters will meet at Mis. E. P, Treat's at the parsonage next Friday afte-i nnon. Tho Rev. Mr. Morrow, president of tho Antl-Salonn League, will uddi 'ess lllo citi zens of Richmond at the Congregational Church next Sunday evening. Tliei e U much complaint about the shortage of water, nearly nil the water supply from springs has failed. Several farmeis who own inoto than fill head of cattle have to draw all the water for their slock. The never falling brooks and rivers are. now nppi eclated. UNDERHILL CENTRE. William Hatehelder has sold his place to Francis Marlow. Possession given April 1; l,ia) is said to have been tho price paid. Tho auditors will meet at tho town clerk's ottlco February f. to audit tho accounts of the various town afralr.s pieparatnry to the annual March mooting. Mrs. Maud Fuller Hopkins ha returned to her homo in New Jersey.- I'atrlck Hreen had his foot badly jammed fine day last week by a log diopplng on It. William Flynn, who has been at tin Fanny Allen hospital for treatment, came home last last week Tuesday much improved in health. MILTON. Milton Lodge, No. 07, I. o. O. F., held a public Installation of their officers in the open house Thursday evening, Janu ary 2ii, in the pnseiue of 173 or 2eo visit ing In-other" and friends. The installing oillceis v.eie F. R. Morton of St. Albans, grandmaster. D. D. O. M.; George L. Mor.su of Milton as grand warden; p. (i., W. D. Stewart of Fairfax as grand sec retary; I). G. M. O. E. Chllsem ot Rur llngton us grand treasurer; 1'. O. A. L. iVseltiiu. of Swanton as grand marshal; P. t. Thomas S. Rcrry of Milton as grand guardian. The officers installed were W. C. Rlake, N. G.; Dr. L. C. Hol coinbe, k-c-graiid; Irving Poller, secre tary; II. O. Fhelpti. treasurer; Asa Davis, warden; Ebon Phelps, conductor; F. J. Carey, 1 1. ;.; E. A. Phelps, I, G.; T. S. Perry, R. S. X. !.; Iia Potter, L. S. . ('.; Tlioinas S-hean, P. S, V. O.; S. Hoyden. L. S. . C,.; Wilbur .Hoiiion, R. S. ,-'.; itenrgo W. Phelps, L. S. S. ; A. L. White, chaplain. At tho cIoo of the installation all wero invited lo the lodge loom below where a boun tiful repast was served after which a so cial hour was spent in listening to re marks ftoni the giand lodge officers and others who spoke in the interests ot Odd Fellowship and of tho Rebekali branch of their order. It is ixpected that a Re- beknii lodgo will be instituted hero in thu near future. Mr. nnd Mrs. A, L. Ascl tlne of Swanton visited friends in town Thursday and Friday. Mr. Aseltino was here to assist in tho installation of tho officers of Milton Lodge, No. 07, I, O. O. F. There was a largo attendance at the social dance given at the vIUiiko hull Friday evening Percy Rallard was homo from tho Rurllngton Business Colcgo over Sunday. A. R. Ashley has sold has team, wagons, sleds, etc., to tho Franklin County Creamery as sociation and closed Ills services with them after 13 years' work. Miss Ethel Caswell returned to her homo In Reaver Monday after spending .several days with her cousin, Miss Rertha Henry. There were 14 marring licenses Issued by the town clerk for tho year 1904, CI births and 02 death returns. Allen Estus has hired tho S. G. Howard farm in tho cast part of tho town and will tako possesion tho 1st of March. 1 II. Caswell of Beaver visited at O. D. Henry's last week Tuesday. Charles Bean and wife of Essex spent Sunday ut C. P. Sander son's. Mrs. Albertlno Barnes is spend ing a few days with friends in Essex Junction, E. O. Mills of Rurllngton attended the Installation of officers ot tho I. O. O, F. at tho opera houso last Friday evening:. Mrs. D. D. Parker and littlo daughter, Albcrtinc, spent Monday with her mother, Mrs E. J. Rankin. SOUTH CHARLOTTE. Mrs. It. AV. Eno is ablo to sit up n little, Scott's mill yard is rapidly ftli hiK with logs. As tho water is so low ho only has enough to do what grind ing comes In. Miss Ella Smith closed her school In district No. 11 last Fri day by having Charles Ball give the children nn entertainment with his gramophone which was thoroughly en joyed by all, sorr.o having never heard any thing like it before. Mrs. Lizzie Mender of Monkton died Sunday night. Sho had been In very poor nealth for some years. Sho leaves two sons, Charles and Frank of Monkton and Mrs. E. Harrow of Bristol. MILTON BORO. Tho dwelling houso and storo owned by Mrs. D. R. Bcmii and occupied by Oeorga and Ell Phelps, caught llro AVcdnesday night about ten o'clock In tho til part around tho chimney, Mr. Phelps had gono Into the houso from tho storo when ho heard a crackling, which ho investigated and found the roof on (Ire. He gavo an alarm over tho talephone nnd aroused tho inmates who weru asleep. Abby Phelps asleep in the chamber had a narrow cs rape from suffocntlon tho room being lull of smokn when she was awakened by her brother. Sho and Mrs. Phelps ami tho baby escaped with scant clothing und ran to Roy Howard's where they spent the night. The buildings were Insured. Ell Phelps hud $1,200 on his household goods nnd George Phelps had 1 100 on his stock of groceries, It was ti total loss only the totcphono being saved. This was tho third tlmo the houso had caught llro nt ainerent times. It was 1ft lielnw 'Ciirarliiv innrntut nnd tho trees covered with frost, Ell PlicipH't loss cn his goods was J20O in stead of $1,200 ns erroneously n luted. An insimmrn ft,.t ... Urm K:l t lirilfi V to adjust 'tho loss on the lleuii house and store. Preparations nro being n.ado ti. rebuild at tho corner In tho spring and the stong shop which has set veil ns n blacksmith nnd shoemaker's shop, will bo tcmodeled mid bloss-nm out llUo tho corner grocery In the near future. Miss Emnin Bean enmo homo from Rurllngton Monday. John Ltinian Is 111 with tno grip. Mrs. Maltha Fllnn was tho guest of Mrs. A. c. Fay from Tuesday until Sunday. Mnrt Reynolds fell und dl.iln cated his thumb recently. HINESBUROH. Mr. Harrison of IJoston Is cpeetrd here this week to confer with the farmers reta. five to their mill; being biought to the Chittenden County creamery. .Mrs. F. I,. Andrews and Miss (lerti-ude FIhiimkiiii spent Tuesday with their sister, Mrs. Ford Flagg, In Rl hnioiid.-Oi.is. II. Weed, Sr., is In very poor health. Mrs. E. II. Hunt has been ronflned to the house two weeks with the grip. A child of AVIIilam Mngee is quite sick. There never was such a scarcity "f water In this town as nt the present time. It Is a great tax on r.trinets to find water for their slock. RICHMOND. In the town ot Richmond In 1901 there weie eight marriages, births and 27 dentils. William DubU(iie was In ought before Justice (Iroetic Saturday morning charged with assault and breach of tlm peace. He was fined 51 and costs ot $'jfd. The Rellevun Ilini'-o hud a narrow es e.ipe Friday night from serious damage, Tlm landlord's, wife in fop- retiring thought she :mcllcit somulhlng wiung mid went below and found the boihr nearly empty and leaking. Two plum bers v.eie In the house and were notified. They soon removed all t ho lire from the boiler und tho danger was pavt. it will bo ten days before another boiler can be used. Stovis ale used for temporary heating. The silcctuirn at" tho trustees of the Joncs-H.tibnr library fund. There Is now and has b( en for several months Jl.V) available to be used for Hie purchase of books to replenish the library. Tho gentleman employed to buy the books will attend to tho mailer when the money is placed ill his hands. Mi-. Albro llildretli, who is in Denver, Colo., lias be, n very sick and under the doctor's care, but is now some bctter.-Steplien Hlldrelh slip ped nnd hurt himself several days ago but did not think much about It, but is now vei y ill ami muMmd to the house. Mr. mid Mrs. .labez .lone, lonm fly of Richmond but now nt Springfield, Mass., ate rejoicing nvi r the nrmal of a son. WEST MILTON. About fii was cleirul at the sociald" at F. E. Rlako's Fnd.iy night, the money to be used for the ben, .fit of the church. In some places In the river here the ice. Is three feet thick. Melvlu MeNull ot Col chester is at nlH McNall's for a few da vs. Mrs. Edwin Sibley has so far recovered from her recent Illness that her nur.-e went home Tuesday. Alton CostelI6 has hired out to A. A. Herrlck for the summer. Edgar fiabaree will move his family Into A. A. Herrick's tenement soon and lie will work for Mr, Herrlck this year. ESSEX CENTER. At the annual meeting of tho stock holders of Brown's River Creamery asso ciation the following olllecrs were elected: Directors, P. C. Abbi v, W. F. Cliapln, H. II. Day; treasurer, P. (' Abbey; auditors,. J. A. Uauley, .1. I. I.. , n, Warren Day. i'he amount p cehed f..i butter during the past cnr is I71,1, ' l.ngtst amount made In one month j- .'.J.OeO pounds. Work is progressing rapdly on the new creamery at Page's Ctneer, which Is ex pected to be completed March 1. Ray M. Fox, a student in the m du al department of tho T. V. Jf. visilcd his sister, Mrs. 11. R. 11. ill, over Sund..y. 1 1. R. Ayers, who recently sustained a severe injury to his knee is al le to be .dmut. HUNTINGTON CENTER. Miss Georgia Rrewstr closes her school at Hanksvllle Fnd.iy. R. A. Nor ton will lead the Christian Endeavor meeting next Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Marble Pierce vIMted her parents at South Rurlington over Sunday. Tho AA'llling AVorkcrs will be entertained by Mrs. Jessie Carpenter February S. Mrs. fieorge Raker of Woltsileld is visiting her daughter. Mis. Riil Shattuck, and other friends In town. Walter Chnmbers arrived here Monday morning from England in go into the employ of G. E. Rartlett & Co. The amateur Dramatic, club will present the drama "The Stolen AA'lll" Saturday even ing, February 11, at tho AVoodmen's hall; proceeds to go for the church. WEST MILTON. A. S. Morgan Is drawing his lumber from tho Clark farm to his place hi Col chester, where he will move tho first of March. D. O. Rullock received his army discharge from A'a..hingtoii. D. C, last week, which lias ben there "' years. It was bound where folded m It Is In three pieces. It was sent there when lie first applied for a pension and although he has written for It could hear nothing until slnco tho new commissioner has commenced work. The (Iraiigc ovster supper nt Mr. Towne's Is changed to February S, instead of the 10th as was at first reported. School closes Friday and Mrs. Plane-hard, Iho teacher, goes Saturday to her homo In Massachusetts. HUNTINGTON. Jonas Martin, an oid and tespected cit izen, died nt his home last Saturday morning. The funeral was held at the Union Church, the Rev. A D- Muim of ficiating. G. M. Norton had charge of the arrangements. M. J. Ellis spent Sunday at home. Sanford Ross and Mrs. John Carpenter were in FerrMiiirgh Saturday to see .Mrs. Julia ScholleM, who is very 111. Mr. and Mrs. Rerlnn Clllett arc re joicing over tho birth of a daughter, born the iSth. As II, AV, Norton was re turning home Sunday night from Nor man Carpenter's ho saw a deer pursued by a dog, Mr. Norton, with the asilst anee of Mr, Hrewster, succeeded In driving the hound away boforo ho In jured tho animal very badly. The funeral of Jonas Martin was held at the church Monday afternoon, the Rov. Elder Mumi ofllclatlim. with OS. M. Norton In charge. Mr. Maitfn was nil old resident of this (own, passing away at tho ago of 83 years. The boautlful floral offerings nnd largo crowd present to pay their last respects to tho deceased showed tho high esteem Mr. Mnrtin was held in this town. Tho Interment was nmdo in Maplewood cemetery. A young doe wuh brought to Fish ond Game Wardens Norton and Olmstead Tuesday morning. Tho iinlnuil had evidently been run down by hounds. Miss Daisy Kenyoii ha.s resigned her position at tho normal training school on uccount of her health. On going to the barn one morning Walter Ring found do ;you get up with a lame back? MVS Have You Rheumatism, Kidney, Liver or Bladder Trouble? To Prove wiiai SWAMP-ROOT, thi (ireat Kidney, Liver and Bladder Remedy will do for YOU. all cur Readers Hay Have a Sample BottkT Sent Free by MaiU Pain or dull acho in the hack Is unmis takable evidence of kidney trouble, it is Nature's timely warning to show you that the track of health Is not clear. Jf these danger signals are unheeded, mote serious results are suro to follow; Uright's disease, which is the woist foim of kidney trouble, may steal upon yuu. The mild and the extraordinary effect ot the world-famous kidney and bladder remedy. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, is eoon realized. It stands the highest for Its wonderful cures ot the most distress ing cases. A trial will convince any oneand you may have a sample bottle free, by mail. (it'Utlenit-u I ullriliillf my present frnod health In Smiiiip-ltnut. I mif frml ninny yenrs villi kidney (rouble ii ml Iind nn almost -nntnnt pnln lu my buck. Your grrnt remedy. Suiiuip. Itool. cured my trouble, und I lone ulure been perfeelly ncll. YnnrH lrul, II. II. Clmlkrr, i:.' -Iitcf of Police. Onrk. Ala. I.amc back Is only one symptom of kid ney trouble one of many. Other symp toms showing that you need Swamp-Root are being obliged to pass water often dur ing the day and to get up many turn s dur ing the night, inability to hold our mine, smarting or irritation In passing, bruk dut or sediment in the urine, cii.mh of the bladder, uric ncld, constant headache, dizziness, poor digestion, sleopIo.sMics--, nervousness, liregul.ir heart-beating, rheumatism, bloating, irrit-io.'itv, wornout feeling, lack of ambition, lo-.-, of llesh, sallow complexion. If your water when allowed to remain one of his horses badly injured, having been kicked bv the other. A large num ber of the children are absent from school tills week owing to sickness. I. S. Sweet and Howard Alger were In Bur lington Tuesday. Several from here are planning to attend A'iola Allen nt Tho Strong Friday nlclit Rutler Ro-s of Morrlstown lias sold his farm to Daniel Smith and Is contemplating renting here. WILLISTON M,' Cyrus Wilcox, who ha.s hern stop ping v.ltli Mi--. Darling the past week, was a suc-t ut Mr, anil Mrs. Nathan Allen Frlduy and called upon other old neighbors. Mrs Fenwick while coming from a neighbor's house last week fell and sustained serious injuries. Mrs Dolle Fullson was called home from liutl- iivtton to cam for her mother. Mr. and Mts. Cockle were in StnrU-boro recently. Mi". C, F, Johnson was in Rur'ington with iier mother Inst week. Mr. and Mrs Jc-Jse Osboino are the parents ot a sou. SHELBURNE. At the annual meeting of the MocMiold- ers of tho Phelhurnu Co-operative Cream- ry Tuesday the following directors wero elected for tho nel year: D. C. Ray, W, S. Rail. (i. V. Peet. I. H. Klllolt. E. M. Palmer. II. I, Ooodcil was elected secre tary ntul tieasurer; auditors, O. F. Pal mer, W. A', Irish. Tho association is nut of debt and will pay a dividend of four per cent, to all stockholders. They paid for December m'lk $t.0S for standard four per cent milk. WEST BOLTON. Edward Gregory nnd family have re moved into the Chase house. Frank Chaso of Eden Is visiting relatives and friends lu town, Mrs. Rosa Hall has gone to Henry Hall's In Jericho to spend tho remainder of tho winter Tho Ladles' Aid society meet AVcdnes day with Mrs. P. C. Eike. Prof. Oil- more of Underbill' spoke at ilio Meth odist chapel Sunday morning. EAST CHARLOTTE . Tho February meeting of tho AA'. C. T. U. was held Wednesday afternoon with the president, Mis. Augusta Varncy, Mrs. Mary Thomas of Monkton has been spending some tlmo with her mother, Mrs. J. A, Ilnrrls. during Iho lattcr's lllncM. Ralph Claik h is n posi tion with tho Coolev Manufacturing com pany of AVutcrbury. Miv. Win. Carpen ter went to Attleboio, Mass., !att AV'ed ncFilay to visit his three ehlldron, who live thcro. Mrs. J. A. Harris, Mrs. Joan Eagan, Mrs, R. II, Carpenter and Mrs, R, W. Eno, who have been III for sonio time, nro convalescent. S. A. Kenyou returned to Pant on Monday after two or Ihreo days' visit with Ids granddaughter, Miss Claxton, and other friends In town. George King nnd family of AVcstimrt, N, Y were guests of Mr, and Mrs, Tim othy Pletiblns a part of last week. At a meeting or tho Y, AV, C. T, II, which was held with Miss Alice Recrs last Saturday evening, tho following officers wero rhos. fn for tho ensuing year: Miss Jessio I'rlndlo, president; Miss Ethel Claxton, secretary; Mla.s Alice ilcers, tieasuicr. undisturbed in a glass or bottle for twenty-four bonis, lorms a .sediment or settling, or has a cloudy appearance, it Is evidence that your kidneys and blad der need immediate attention. in taking Swamp-Root you afl'md natu ral help to Xaturc, for Swamp-Root is tho most pet feet healer and gentle aid to tho kidneys that is known to medical science. Swamp-Root is the great discovery of Dr. Kilmer, the eminent kidney and blad der spcitalNt. Hospitals use It with won-derit-.l success in both slight and seere cases. Dot tors recommend it to their patients and use it in their own families, because they recognize in Swamp-Root the greatest and most successful remedy for any derangement of tho kidneys, liver and bliddcr. So successful is Swamp-RooL In prompt ly curing even the most distressing cases, th.it to piove Us wonderful merits you may have a sample bottle and a hook of valuable In Tot illation, both sent absolutely lice bv in. id The book con tains many of the tliou.-.aiuls upon thous ands of testimonial letters icceivcd from men and women cured. Tho value and success of Swamp-Root Is so well known Unit our readers ale advised to send for a sample bottle, tu writing to Dr. Kilmer I A.- 'o.. I i i n tt i i. i n 1 1 i ii . N. V.. be sure to say 'tb.it you li. id this generous otl'er ill the 'iHulIngton Aeekly Fiee l're.--'. The I genuineness ot this nlfor is guaranteed. If you aie already convltnod that I Svnmp-Root is what on mvd, you can purchase the tegular fifty-cent and one 'dollii size bottles at drug wtorn every 'whc.. Don't make -my inM.ike but re m. mbcr the name. Pwiimp-lii.nl. Dr. Kil mer's Swamp-Root, and the address Rlng hamton, N. A'., on every buttle. JERICHO. Fred Rami c; me home lion Ruilir ton S.ituulav sk k Eugene Curtis wdl move into ihr chirks Field house. Tluru wero four voting people baptized at the Rnpti"t Church Sunday evening. Friends of Miss Grace Mead, formerly of this place und later of Rciimgt.m. will bu pleaded to learn that she has a good position in New York city. George Miller will movo into tho I law Icy tenement. Mr. Miller will work for licrt ll.iwlev the coming year. Mrs. Charles Field of liutlington, a former resident hen-, was lu town Tue.-day. Word has been received lu re of the death of Rliss Atcbinsoii at the Soldiers' Home in Maine. Mr. Atchiiwon was boin in I'n dcrhll! about G'l yevis ago and was the son of Anion nnd Untile Clark Atcbin soii. They moved to this town over V ears ago und lived hero at the time ot their deaths. Rliss was a soldier in the Civil AVar. His health failed nnd he went to the Home lu Maine. He leaves two daughters, Iv.i Atehinson Gleasuii and Eva. John Whlttou was taken worse Monday. Mis. li.inrk's mother, Mrs. Stevens, is finite ill. UNDERHILL. llenty Lombard, who has lie en cink.ng for If, A. Harrows for the past three years, and Eucy AVomlworth of this pl.u-e wero man led January U". The Ee. o, I., It.irnaid performed the ceriinony. Mrs. Helen Ruckb v l.i keeping Imu-e for T. S. AVhlppIc Misi Mary Mim.ihan of Rui llugtnu has bci u visiting her brother, J. J. Mnuahuu. At the regular iiueting of the Good Templars Tuesday i veiling of. last week tho following olliceis wcie elected: Chief templar, Mrs. in Thoipc. vice-templar, Ira Thorpe': chaplain. Julia Mead; secretary, Helen Mart libbnn : as sistant necieiaiy, Ethel Ill.iUen , marshal, Archie Kirby; deputy marshal, 'lio Il.iyden; financial si'cntarv, Rhod.i llazen; treasun-r, P. A. Gdnmie: guard, Marjory Hu.whlt: si-ntlnel, Hum Ed warelHj lodge deputy, Mrs. liu Thorpe-. 11. II. P.iyiie' of I'nileihill is going to Es sex Junction in live with Ins d nighter, Mrs. I M. AVool, CHARLOTTE. AV. R, Austin of Jonesvlllc. AVi-i ein.-in, Is visiting ft lends in lown. Maun Gu ild; has finished her school lu Stalks hero nnd is homo fur vacation Mr. and Mrs. George Porter, who Intenleel going to California, changed their plans ami aro s-pendlug tho winter hi Florida They nro ut Crescent city. .Mr anil Mi.J. Joseph King of Sraita, AVIscensin, aro visiting Mr. and Mrs. Julius Moni ite. Mrs. King Is a sister of Mrs. Mom Un nnd Mrs. Emily R. Cyr.-The Ladies' Aid mot with Mrs. Tulhy AVeducsday aflernoDii. Jud AVilltams hns found nn abundant supply of water In the will he has drilled lor AV. II. McNeil, Ho went down about Ti feet and pumped out steadily for leveral lays without seem ing In exhn t the supply lit tho least. Mr. McNeil will put up a wind mill direct ly for pumping. I B. McNeil l thinking of puttUm? down ft dtUUd well for farm v niur supply, Tht annual mtttlug ot Lake lew cienniery will be held In tin scnoot nouse in No. 5 Saturday nt I p. in The creamery Ice houses nro now be Kimlnnd Telenl pariy visited his homo hero over SnmUy Clayton Shorlsleevrs, who hns been li nun me grip, is better. Tho tlr.st if series of ice races l.y tho uharlotte dry ing association was held upon Oiiim r I..,,, n.n u,.,...t .... .THUIU.I..V. inero oro a lininbei ot i cully good horses In this vlclnitv and much Interest is being Manifested li the sport, The Charlotto Driving club liebt n t,,,,, lug Monday evening, January M, at wlild thy following olllecrs w r i li,i. ident, AV, M. Spear; vice-president, c v Johns, James Toner; soerotnrv nn,i i-,.-., tiler. ('. I). Conlt. The elul, ... , races on tho Ico nt Converse's hay Tuen day. February 7, nt two o'clock p. vi, Al local horsemen are Invited to make en tiles. I'lcmlllln blankets tvllt lit. 'I'll,, ri,ilt,.rt r.... i., i t..,. . w ei, i ui iiiiwi uiaiioit write the .secretary. WESTFORD. Mr. and Mr T. L. Orton celebrated their -j.-.th m.ni-lige anniversary lu steud of their LlOth sis was erroneously stilted recently. .Mr. und Mrs. :m'. pary are the p,iiints of another e.irt Mls Maze I Mosrley ot Colcheter , vbiting al p. T. Irlsh's.-Mr. and Mrs. Irving Uiiich of Rurlington nro I , town for a f.-w days. James II. Grow w is ablo to toliit-n to bis work Monday after sev ..t .i...... oi. .. .. . . ..... ,o, ,v jiieejung oc the con gregational Church was held Saturday afternoon at the parsonage and A. C. Osgood was elei teel clerk and Mrs. G I.! Grow, secretary. ST. GEORGE. .1. II. Marvin left Frldny for Parkland. Pa., when- lie will superintend son,,. 1P. pairs un ills houso and about May 1 will rf turn to this place to live with his n eee Mrs. R. E. Forbes. Grunt Comstv-k of South Ruilington was the guest of M. E. iilley last Sunday. Mr. nml Mrs vv e: ott spent Sunday with Mr anil Mrs. Al. W. Iliitsd.ll. Miss Maude Lander hai n turned to her homo in AMIhston after I -pending a week with friends In tnti i .Miss Hannah lllnsdill fell and broke her hft hip last Sunday at her ncphrvvs, S. E. Hlnsdills. Drs. Hanson and Rrlg- iiaui were cancel to rcdiico the fracture. SOUTH BURLINGTON. The fiinei.,1 0t A. L. Owen was held from his Into home on tho Ilinesburgh road, Tuesday arternoon. The Rev. Jun ius Mead ollieiated, ami the arrange ments were in cliaigo ot J. A. Corblu. .Mis. Chllr, It :m,t l.-o T.-.,,iie - . ....... ,.1.1111,111 f.iilK iwei selections, "lie Waiting and AVatchlng for Me" and "Saves! by Grace." Tho bearers were E. J. Rutler, F. A. Prior. F. C. Ishnin and Solomon Caswell and the interment was in the F.Idreelge cenie toy. The ft lends from out of town, who ciiino to att'nd the funeral were: i:, I. Lord from Champlaln, N. Y.. Mr. and -Mrs. Harrison Owen and .lamej 1-razor nnd son, D.ivul Frazer, of Ulnes btirgh. Mr. Owrns was born July 1L 1S17, in the same houso In which he died, and hid been a bfrlong resident of tills town. .mi&i i..iiuriiy jjroiniey is very sick, nn! is under tho care of Dr. l-'landcrs. Miss Lutie Rollins of Huntington Is the guest of her cousin, Mrs. Funnlo Ttlley. Robert North of St. George is in town sawing wood for the larmcrs. JONESVILLE. The Lend-a-Hand society met with Mrs. Rcmls Saturday, Jan. US, at the church. Edward Jiildreth of Rurling ton, was in town last week. Mr. and Sirs. Albert Snow are the parents of a baby boy. Those on tho sick list are Miss Minnie Gilbert, Mrs. Clarence Tower and S. S. IHIdreth. Miss Laura Snow is at home.. ESSEX JUNCTION. O. AV. Stevens, clerk of the school boaid, completed Thursday noon taking the s-ibool census ot the village. One family that had jusl moved inte the west part of the villas.' be bad i ot si d. His port without including this f'lniK- is follows: Number of families cnildreu of school age, i'"0, total population, 1 HI Georgo AVlDiam?, aged 7? years, did at the union poor farm in AVilliston Sat urd.iy. The burial wan m Shelburne Mi.-s L. Rlanc.ie Rrownell charmingly cuter. allied several of her friends at the noun- of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Itrovvnell, yesterday afternoon In honor of her guest, Miss Sarah Nor-, cliff Chghorn of Manchester A very pleasant afternoon was spent with whist. The prizes were won by Mrs. D. J. Hunter and Mrs. Charles Harney. .li---s Rrownell was assisted in serving refieshments by Mrs. Allen Martin and Miss cie'ghorn, Mr. D. M. Johnson pull! eel ti.l. Mi-s ('leghorn, who has been the guest of Mi.-s Rrownell for a Lew days, returns to .Manchester to-day, Mr. and .Mrs. Charles Parker and niece of North AVilliston visited at II, W. Ring's yesterday. The Electric Railway company hail a gang of men hero yesterday repair ing tho Main street crossing which lias been a menace to travel. The meeting of Iho Ladles' Social union at .Mrs, Henry Teachout's Tues day afternoon was a most enjoyable gathering. Thirly-llvo members wero present .mil two new members ad mitted. Social converse was iuter-sper.-eil with music ami recitations. Tlie vocal .selections by Mrs. F. A . Wliiicumb and the recitations by M's Liui a P.igo were greatly enjoyed, as were al.-o the selections by n iiuartette ot members, Mrs. S. D. TYachout, Mrs h. P. Sawyer, Mrs. G. AV. fvllen, and .Mrs. AV. J. Shiland. Mrs. Tcuchout was assisted in entertaining by -Mrs. N. E, Clilford and Miss Carulcuo Ferrln. A debate will be held at the high chool to-nioriovv afternoon, Tho sub ject will ho "Resolved, That Impiison- iiii'ii for Life Should Ho Substituted for Capital Punishment." The speakors will be on the alllrmatlve, Frank inger- soll, John Hunter and Ruth Rartnn 1'. D. Rlodgett of Kodlak, Alaska, was a guest of AA', C. Stevens Tuesday night. Mrs. Thornton is ill with a severe cold. COLCHESTER. A. O. ilulburd received his official nn. polntnient as letter carrier fur the new rural fice delivery route in this town last Monday. The routo will bo opened Febiuary 15 Misses Jennie mid Gr.u: McNeil wero nt homo over Sunday from their school in Middlebuiy. Atthur New ton, who lias been quite 111 with stomach trouble for Iho last three weeks, in gain ing. Miss Kalo Mason hns returnae!. from Ruiilnglon. Mrs. AVliliii Is sick. Mrs, Edward AVhlto Is buffer ing with a scvero cough, Mrs, Seth Cary has been ipilto 111 with th grip, but Is now convalescing. Thn annual meelinD of tho Colchester Co-opeiativo crcamei.v win uo neid Monday. February , at 10 n. in., In tho AVolcott school houso for the election ot olllecrs ami to transact onv other business suitable to como be. roro the meeting. Miss Alie Muiwm has cone to Easnv tn tvnrl- e-n. u.. Harold riae-01ndyi Smith Is 111 wltli euiiwiiMB, ino runorat ar Bldney Benin lay Was held from hi a Idle raiMnu nvi. day afternoon ,u two u lock. Tha Itavi