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THK BURT TNGTONFREE PRESS: THURSDAY. JUNE 8. 1905.
One Cent A WORD. Advertising In this column ono cent n word, each Insertion. Copy niny bo changed every week. Cnsli In ruSvnnco re quired. No advertisement tnken which Is less thnn twelve words, two lines. Special terms to advertisers using from 10 to J.CCC lines within twelve- consecutive months i POINTERS. OWNI-3HS OK FARMS who wish to h.lro help or to pell a farm should tiso this column. Nearly r.,0(0 copies t this pnprr ore sold ovorv Issue and your advertise ment would bo read by many possible llUMTS. 37'vlt WANTED. WANTFD-Socoiid-hnnd set of tinsmiths' tools, also llfopi-pnf store r.nfc. 1'.. i Darling, Pattern Landing, Vt. 15S.l2t.vw,2t. MAltltlKD COIPI.K WA.NTKD JULY 1 Man to rare for stock anil work on larni, no Imiinr, woman to do housework, small lamlly. washings sent out. i'rrmuncnt place lor right Party. Address with rct-ti-cnees and wanes ispcivrd. Farmer, l.o 1., Hrnndon, Vt. lxi.ihvwtf GIliL OH M1DDLK-AGKD WOMAN . . . i i i. i.. r. i.i.ilu wanted tor general ... .- or four. .Steady employment and good home for ilcht person. One from coun try prefeirt.it. Address Free Pi ess. "15 17-, euro i:;i,fit-lD,wlt FOR SALE. 1-Otl 8ALH Oil TO HKNT-Mv black smith and wheelwright shop doing a f,i.od business. On aecount of poor health I want to net out. Come and sec for yourself, whereby you can makn money. II. W. Goednv:, lllncburgh, Vt. ir..fittw,lt. FUMP for sale cheap, a 4. In-hr.at pump for denning cesspools, etc., also ono Iron cistern pump. CC5 Colchester avenue HtirllnRton. l,rj.d.1w. yOH SALK Miller House, Hancock, Vt., just newly refitted, largo business, second class license. Hire license town. For further particulars inqulio of Al thur L. Miller, llnneoek, Vt. 4S.w-.lt. J'OK SALT .".OnO shares of the Arcade Crude Oil stock. I will Riiarantee seven per cent, the Hist vc ar on 'hi- money In-ested. For further Information ad dress J. It. Vaughun, Cl Corcv sti -et, l--.ver.-tt, Mas-). ISwIt I-'OK SALIC A farm of 10,1 acres, smooth, eli an mowing, strong black soil, a largo modem barn, fair bouse, 1,'JI sugar trees eiinliuied. abundance of wood, ,i0 M soft timber, line runnliiR spring water, nlco orc'.iard, main road, II. 1'. n and telephone, 12 young cows, mower nml rake, with all this year's crop of hnv In tho barn. Possession October 1. Price for all Jl.sm. $('"0 cash, balance $1"0 per vear, SIW now secures this trade Location three miles from the beautiful village of Greensboro and Caspian lake, Vt. The .1. K. Hunt Heal Kstate Agency, Lsscx Junction, Vt. -IVt 100 ACHI-'.S, l.v. acres of timber land owner estimates Sftn.fml) nfet timber, will keep 3." cows ami team, sucar place l.fiOl trees, cr, tin liuikets, everything rnmrhto for simi.iing, tin room bousr ?, hairs, all in Rood condition, -iixKij, :Xt'i, llOi, tine spring water at build lags. f-ton silo, tillagi smooth a.- any mea-low in Vi rnieuit, miles frr.H '.Vol colt village and K. It., It. I-. I. en am taken at the door. 1 pair 'itie woik hi rsts, valued at hi cows, t two i nr-olds. four yearlings, live calves. ;) sheep, 2 swine, r, tons of hay, harness, wagons, carriages, with a loinnlite out lit for cartymg on a faun. Price $i.i''. J. M. Drew, Ileal Kstate, Uanlwkk, Vt. VRItMONT IN Till-: CIVIL WA It for sale. In cloth binding for set two volumes. The second olumo alone Si S. Pree Press Association, Ilurling ton, VI. H.wly TO RENT. to HUNT A dcblrablo tenement with g.trdi n at Westminster Station, Vt. A good location for a tempetnte and indus trious macninlst or carpenter. No bum lued apply. W. V. Pair, Westminster Station, Vt. Plenty of work. lOl.d&wtf Tu P.i;.N'T T.'i acre pasture in Wllllston S X miles ft run 'Hy. It. W. Tuft, L'ti Col lege stteet, HuihnRton. 41i,wtl NOTICE. VOTICIC how little It costs to tell thou sands of readeis in many towns of Ver mont what you have to sell or what you wish to buy. Advertise in the Free Picss and you will Ret ri piles to your adver tlseniint. '27,wtf Teeth Extracted AliuNultcl? Without l'nlB. The only ohice in Uurllngton where rou can Ret teeth extracted without particle of pain without taking gas. My method is used by no other person. o pain; no danger; no after effects. Dlt. 1.. ll.V.ION. Odlcc, 185 Pine street, Uurllngton.Vt, Offlco hours, 10 to 3. 7 to 8. FARMERS- - who have much correspondence with btivers in the largo cities will find it tho part of wis dom to use printed letter heads and envelopes and printed bill headi This is a cheap way to advertise that you aro an up-to date business man. If you buy your printing of tho FREE PRESS VSSOCIA TION you will bo well treated. wu.tf Best 25c Dinner J;-, Ilurlington at KI'S RESTAURANT, Cor. Church and Main Sts. lir.TTKIt THAN KVKH. New MnnnKomenl. Low priced short orders tit all hours, P. R. ROBERTS, Prop, VERMONT LOCAL NEWS. (Continued from rt pnge.) In ft few days. Mrs. George At wood Is (mining slowly. Miss Mary Htearns, who had a slight shock n Tew days a no, la Im proving .Mr. and .Mrs. John Spalitdlng of Warren were In town Wednesday on ac count of the Illness of Mrs. Spnuldlng's cousin, alary Htearns, Albert Murray and daughter of Win-re iivvero In town Sunday. Calvin Murray I '" Unmet for tin Union- Hi t ft stay. Mrs. Arland Murray Roes to Salem, Mass., Wednesday for it three weeks' stay with her parents SOUTH STARKSBORO. The llcv. .Seneca Stephens and wlfn attended the Friends' Church hero Sun day. Mr. Stephens preached n Very (rood sermon. Naomi rurlntou was In thu congregation afler an nbseneo of a year. Warren Thompson Is sick, threatened with typhoid fever. Mrs. Sophia Phillips and two children visited her slslrr, Mrs. 13. II. Young, Sunday. Miss Anna. I.emon, who has been stopping with l.aret Orvls the past winter, has gone to the Mary Flolohcr hospital in Ilur lington for treatment. Mr. and Mrs.' Carlton Mill visited Mrs. Orvls last week. The W C. T. 1'. members went to meet tho union In Lincoln Wednesday after noon. ORWELL. The county rally of Y. 1'. S. C. II , held at Mlddlehury on Saturday last, was at tended by tho liev. 1!. Swift, Mrs. 11. I. Wells, Mrs. W. W. Martin, Miss Kva Martin and Wilbur Ni holson Mrs. W, C. lirlswold and Mrs. o llcrnbeek an very siek MN4 Ann llerton Is stopping for a few days at Robert Young's. Mrs Lewis Ilesetto of Saratoga, N. Y., with two rhildi'en are with her parcnt3, Mr. and Mrs. .lames Thomas. SALISBURY. Howard Nelson la much limuovcd from his recent severe illness. William Whitney has his new horse barn nearly done.-Mr. and Mrs. Lesley l'i i k have a daiiRliter, born Saturday. Mrs. Holdeii, who has been in Hiistnl for some time, returned to her son's, J. V. Ilohlou, Sunday.-Mrs. Sarah Dyer of West Salisbury was with Miss lloxy Kelsey a few days last week. BRIDPORT. The liev. A. J. Pennell was In Middle bury the Hist of the week. (I. P. Sollaco is taken down his hotel sign. Mrs. Amelia Fletcher Is at her old home onco m re. .1. It. Itice Is making a slow re covei-v, Henry Powers ot Schtivior- , N. Y., was the recent guest of fi ll lids Ir. town. A new barn was raised ist week on the farm In Addison rwned It. L. ll mcnivav. Mrs. ,1. M. Fletcher .is so far recovered as to be able to ie turn to her homo last Prlday. The Mid llehury '"ellogo poys were di feu ted by the local nine in a game of base ball played here June .11). rj. i;e,. im;, ,. i Swinlon were In Mlddlobury on Me- moilal day. LEICESTER. Mrs. Mary A. r.irtwell of Potsdam, N. .. and daiiRliter, Mrs. .1. K. Mallard of rinmouth, were guests of Mrs. A. L. Wicker rciently at the home of Mrs. Hrovvnsnn. Mis. Sartwell Is a niece of .Mrs. Wicker, and more tlun 40 years hae passed since they lar.t met. Tho King's daughters met last week Wednesday hi their regular order. The Sunday school Is in a Nourishing condition and church at tendance Increasing. Mrs, Hrnwnson pent Saturday and Sunday with friends In Ilurlington mid listened to on address Riven by the Itev. (Jeorgo Ilrnwn at the temple of the W. C. T. I. Subject. "Help the Children of To-day." Charles Phelps reci ntly visited his daughter In Me- hnnicsvllle. Monday of this week Clayton leanings attended the funeral of William Delano of Whiting. Mr. Delano has been in poor health for a long time and of Ian unite a suffeier.-Miss Nettle Johnson has been finite 111 with Herman measles. Mrs. II. II. Its dor has been ill for several da s and under the cam of Dr. Ksiabrook of liraudoa.-On Thursday, May '.'.1. a litth. daughter was born to Mr, and Mrs. (.eorgo llyder. SHOREHAM. llarlle Con!; it at home from Leekport, ,. V. Mrs. McKilibon has i .'turned from Hut Huston, accompanied lv her sister. Miss Crout Miss Amu tte AndeiMin, who has a position In Howard t'nlverslty. Wnt-hing'.on, V C, has returned home for the summer vacation. Miss Uouglass and Mrs. C. N. North are dilcgate". to ittinil the nnrual meeting of the W. II. I. I', in Itnittleboio, June 13.-Childr n's d.iv will bo ohsoivert next Sundav, Mr, in.! Mrs. I'l-.il (iiiyett vvi t,t to Furling- ton fin h i iday, Mrs. (loyette going to tin Mary rhteh"r hospital. ADDISON. Mr. and Mis. John Klmer of Cornwall ie at Frank (Stilloy's over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wescott nf Malone, X. Y ire visiting relatives in town. Children's day will bo observed Juno 11. Mr. and Mrs. Wright ICImcr have gone to Michi gan to spend tho summer with thtlr daughter. Mrs. Carl Smith. Tho straw berry and ho cream festival was well nt tended anil all report a very pleasant tiine.-liert Mitchell of St. Albans has been in town til" past week, and whll hero he had a stone erected In memory ol his wife. F.dward Conney and wife liavo a boy. The Ladies' Aid society are not to mi et as given out, but will meet hi tlireo wicks at Mrs. Tracy's. Tho lainotis Henry family are to give n show in the town hall on Thiitsday, rriday and hat nrday evenings, to be followed by a short dance each evening. The Ilaptlst assocla t Ion are to meet hi re Juno 111 and II. It Is hoped every one will attend. FERRISBURGH. Children's day Is to ho obseived next Sundav morning at . the Coiurega llonal Church, and In the evening at tin Methodist Church. Col, anil Mrs. i. W, )otv of Momsvlllo aro guests at the parsonage, Dr. anil Mrs. M. V. Ileyuolds were the guests ot K O. Mills 111 Hill' Imgton on Saturday Coiu'ratulatlons me being extended to Mr. and Mrs. ( W. Field on the birth ot a son, horn Juno ."Mr. mill Mrs. Truman Westcott fit Malone, New York, were present at tho funeral of his sister, Mrs. Tolly Ann Held, and expoxt to spend a few weeks in this vicinity. Halph Tlooth and his clas'iinalo in (loddard Seminary, Clarence Little, nf Wllllainstown, Mass., were in town ovi r Smnl'iy. Mr. and Mrs. W. 1 I'rMilc made a brief visit in nrlilpnr toe llrst of tho wi ek at tho borne of their nephew, K, lloldrieh. 'I ho Ladies' Mis flonary nnil Sewing society met with Miss Cornelia Josllu on Wednesday nf. lorniion, Tho luneral nf the two-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. (loodsell Clark was held Sunday afternoon nt the house, thu I'.uv. (i. II. Hurley olueiutliur. WHITING Kleber Williams has boon ronlhieil his bed for several days mid Is fulling fast.--Mrs. Susan Parker of Shorohiim vlslteii In town tho pist week. Mm, Fred llackus ami daughter of Hrnndon visited her mother. Mrs, I'uck, Sutur- ihil Mrs. C. T, Mason visited her sis tcr In Hrnndon Tuesday iind Wndnos -'mv.tihj funeral nf William Delano LIFE SAVED BY BW AMP-ROOT The Wonderful Kidney Liver aatl Madder ttemedr MAMPI.B HOTTI.B BENT MA Ilia fhkb nr Swamp-Tlont, discovered by tho emi nent kidney and bladder speelnllut, promptly cures kidney, liver, bladder and urlo acid troubles. Homo of tho early symptoms of weak kidneys aro pain or dull ncho In the hsck, rheumatism, rtlzzlneps, headache, ner vousness, catarrh of the bladder, gravel or calculi, bloating, sallow complexion, puffy or dark circles Under the eyes, sup pression of urine, or compelled to piss water often day and nlsht. Tho mild and extraordinary effect of the world-famous kidney remedy, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-ltoot, Is soon realized, It stands tho highest for Its wonderful cures of tho most rllstresslnR rases. If you need n medlclno you should have the best. Swamp-Root Is not recommended for everything, but If you have kidney, liver, bladder or uric acid trouble you will find It Just thu remedy you need. Sold by druggists in fifty-cents and one- dollar sizes. You may have a aanipln bottle of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-ltoot and u pamphlet that tells nil about it, luclud lug many of the thousands of letters re reived from sufferers cured, both sent free by mall. Write Dr. Kilmer Co, Ulnghatnton, N. V., and please h" sure to mention that you read this Rcnirous offer in the lltitllnRton Weekly Free Press. Don't make any mistake, hut remember the name, Swamp-ltoot, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-ltoot, and the address, RhiRham ton, N. Y., on every bottle. was largely nttendeil from his rest donee Monday. Antolno Sharkey'; youngest child died Saturday, aged two vears. It was bulled at Mlddlobury Mrs. Stevens and daiiRliter, Kdlth of Hr.indon, wore the guests of her diiURhtir, Mrs. K. P. Walto, over Sun day. The Young People's Literary so ciety enjoyed a picnic, at liko Dun- ir.oie Saturday. Miss Clara lirlgijs was the truest of tho Misses Ketchani lat,t week. MONKTON RIDGE. The funeral ol llattie HoRor was held here last week. At the grave the bank laved in, being so near that of her father. Ilenrv Hull. One of the beaurs was caught under the cottln and injured causing Mime i xcileiiicnt. J. ltenfiewand wife and S. Miles attended the l-'rlends' vein I v meeting at Poiighkeophdo. Mrs tienfiew cohtltir.f d on to New York to have her o,es treated. ,1. W. Miles of I Ilea, N. V, is visitiiiR his parents. WEYBRIDGE. I'he Itev. !. K. Wells Is ill town this eck the guest of Mr. anil Mrs. ll. 1.. hoinpsiai. Tho Ladles' Aid of ttm Mellmdlit Church will hold tatir regular busiuos.t meeting fin iSednes'lay ot this weeks at the homo of Mrs. John Polan. Mr. and M-s. Charles Cbysler nf Kansas it v arrived In town last wick. Mr. hrysler has gone to his cottage at the ike, acconipanieil by w. n, cnuu aim 1-:. Spra gilc The Pillar League will meet at the Methodist Church on Sunday iftornoon for the present. Memorial ly was not observed here, most nf the people In town attending the cxenlses Mlddlehury. Walter Sturu vain, ami family visited at L. c. sturtevaui s in I'k-oiuleroga last wiek. HANCOCK. Mrs. Charles Kisk was In Middlebury cently. Jessie Chinch, who has been lsltlng ill Iieth' l tor M'veinl weeks, mis ailed home la.-t week t y tne nines 01 In i mother. Henry uipIiiiimui nas inoveu to his fathers house in the village lately acatid by hlm.-MIss Dora Phelps or roctor is visiting in town Ci'-nrgo 'hnrcli Pas so far n covered from Ills silliness to return heme wltr. ins moiner ast Tues lay from N. J. Miss May llcmis from Huston ariived ill i.orcn Kr.eneei's last ' iicsday for a tew wees.s lay. JERICHO CENTER. ir twin been ileclikd by the citUrils of this communltv to hold anotner an i.a and evening Fourth of July celeDr.iiioii. slmlliar to one ueld hern last vear. At ii ineetiiiL- of all those lull rested, hi Id at the parish limine laast Monday night there was a luge and enthusiastic at- linilance. and various eonimlltees wero ippointed to go .tin ml with the prepera- tions. Hie following committees were ainioiiiti- Marlrill ol tne iay, n. n. hapin; general committee. r. r. nane foil, 1-. A. Stiles; speaiiois, u, v impin ll. I!. Jordan; advei Using, Dr. S, D, llop liins, K. I!. Jordou; sports, William J. Nil hols Thomas Moran, Chauncy liick- iii it . p.itaiif of both tho grotesoue and beautiful. I 1). Mcdlnnls, Chatles It Hicimell, II. ll. Hales, John Davis, Purko liruwn. 1.. II. Nash. T, 1. Nash. .I.tinei, A. Morse. II. 1'. Hall, Wesley omrim. Mrs. N. T. Ishani. Mrs, S. II. Cnapln Miss Florence lilckncll, I. F. Ilinnelt, I.. Hansom, Luko Hulger, Klbrldgo S'ealv. '1. S. Ilostvvkk. II. W. .lortloti; evening entcrlainuient, Mrs. S. II. Lhapin Mt-t. I.. II Jordou, Mrs. II. II. Hlggius, Mis. N. T. Ishani. It was also tlecided to tr ;ind secure tho Westford Cornet b-ind for tho day. These celebrations in previous years have been more than sure ssf ul, and it is Intended to make ibis one fully the t'lpial nt tho others Announcements onil programme win fol low later Jefsle tlloyd, a life long resi dent of this town, diid Wednesday after noon, In tho i year ot his age, after about 10 days Illness. He ruffe! cd a stroke of p.iralvsls Monday night, May to, nnil since then has been gradually falling. Mr. Gloyd was one of the lust known, und most respected of .letlcho citizens, a man prominent in business s having hehl at different times many town olllces, represented in the general assembly, lie, and political circles und a t.Tin whno Judgement was really respected, nnd a man ot the i-trlctest inlrgrlty. Ho will bo greatly misted, not only by his family, but by tho whole community. He leaves u wife, and sever al children. Funeral arrangements havo not been completed at thin wilting. Miss Anna Warner and Miss Matj Sands at tended a religious gathering at W.tter vllle last week, Mrs. . II, lllgglns and Mrs. !:, II. Jnrd'in wont to Hast ll.ird wlck last Friday In attend thn funeral of an nunt. Mr. and Mr. OeorRo Wll Hard ami Mr It. L llnvvo und Miss Urpha llovvo went to tho mouth nf the river llshlng last Wednesday. A niustrr mechanic from Hnston came Monday tn install tho new 10 horso power i;iu;oino engine recently purchased by T. L. Cost wiek for his manufactory, and tho englno la now In running oriler. Wnynn Nculy and sister, lla, visited relatives nnd friends In West foril last week. Tii nlona mrrlK I'nlt Mad will wear ns Ioiir ns Devon's. No other nro us heavy bodied, because, Dover's weigh 3 to S ounces more to tho pint. Sold by Tho G. S. Hlodgett Co. CALEDONIA COUNTY HARDWIOK. Mrs. Clnrk N. Adams of Htnwe In visit- Inn her brother, A. J. West. Tho first open air hand concert was Riven In tho band stnnd Saturday cvcnlnp. It drew nut a largo crowd of people anil was ohlghly enjoyed, L. (1, Valllo Is moving his family from the tlnltaghcr block to the tenement across tho street. M. I!. Morse will move his family Into tho rooms va cated by Mr. Valllc Miss Alico Oood speed, who linn been suffering from tin tit lark of measles, Is able to be out. Miss flnoilspeed and her cousin, Miss .lesslo Kimball leavu Thursday for a visit with friends In Pnultncy. Mrs. (1. V. Jlnoth has returned hero from Ksscx Junction and will orcupy her liouso on Spring street. Miss liesslo Lawsnn has a posi tion In tho Hartlwlrk bakery. Norman Midland has been very seriously sick for severnl days but now seems to be Improv ing, Charles A. Ward ntid wlfn have he Run housekeeping In Mrs. O. II. Shlpman's house on Sumner street. Mrs. Q. I, Ober and Miss Kva Clement started Saturday tnnrnltifr for their home at Mt. Desert Island, Me,, where they will spend tho summer vacation. Miss Ascha Jones left Saturday for her home In New York. Miss llrown stnrted Monday morning for Manchester, N. II., to pass the summer vacation. EAST HARDWIOK. Mr. Sherman from Cunt ridge Is spending n week with her grandson, W K. Montague.-Mrs. Apnea King Is work Ing for Ned Underwood - Su-mn Hood rich Is in Ituilltiglon for a few days. Mrs. Lylla I.omsiled from Oreensboro In spending this week with her patents Mr. anil Mrs. Martin Sweet. Mis. .1. W. Ilovev diect stay ,11. after a short III ness with bronchitis. Kuneral services were belli at her homo Friday, the Hr-v, J. T. Marvin otliclntlng. Sim was -i lady, who was hehl In very high estimation by nil, and will ho sadly lulssid.-.Mi Charles Hansom Is very sick. Mr. Hubert Allen Is sick. CHITTENDEN COUNTY COLCHESTER. Th- Kings' Daughters will meet Frl flay this week Instead of Saturday. The Ilaptlst Sunday school will ob serve children's day by n concert to ho given next Sunday evening, Juno 11. Mr .anil Mrs. Frank Henderson anil family of Huston tire the guests nf W H. Munson. Miss Wlnlfinl Wolcott Is nt homo quitn ill with the measles.-Mis. Jennie lloxlo and Mrs. Myron Shaw nttenibd the Con gregational conference In Itlohniond l..st week. The Itev. T. II. Sparhawk will oc cupy tlio Coiigrccatlonnl pulpit next simi- lay. Mrs. .lost phlno. Dufiesne nnd Mi.s Lihby Stanley have gone to Hurllugton to woik. CHARLOTTE. II. D. IMgfitm found plenty of frost digging for fine ot his water pipes May SI, at a depth of two feet. He succeeded In lemming tin- "Injunction" that has been existed slnou January. Miss Knth erlno Smith Is cirluir for Mls.t Martha Yale, who Is much atllictcil with rheu matism. Miss f'niollne Yale has return ed to Northampton. The 1adios' Aid has commenced repairs on the vestry and par sonage. Deacon W. S. Yalo ha been ill for several tl.iv s. Vlfteon carloads of barrels for npph pinking have been un loaded nt the depot hcie. Work on tho highway Is m full blast under Commis sioners F. H. Smith und Thomas Paeon. Clayton O. Stone of Now York was in town a few days last week. Tax Col lector II. D. KtlgertfUi will bo at home June '.' and 10 to ai commodate tax payers, I'lio three per emt. discount ceases June 1". The interment of Polly A. (Wescott) Field look place 111 thu old cemetery Thursday. The beareis were 1-1. II, Field F. Frishle, 13. H. Frlsble and Truman Wescott. Mr. Wescott is a brother ot tho deceased from Malone. .Miss Florence Poole of Albany will spend the mouth of Juno with her mother, Mrs. A. S. Poole. Children's day will bo observed at the Cnngrcjiilliiunl Church next Sundav. Miss Florence Poolo of Alh.niy, New York, is visiting her mother, Mrs. A. S. Poole.-Jiuld W illlams is drilling a well for A. D. (ilbbs. Leon Hi own of Hurllug ton visited friends In town last Sunday. Hurry Thomas ot Huillngton was In town last Saturday on bu-dncss. Farmers from here and Fenisburgh aro riii.lilug their hnv to Hiiillngton for ft.'ir of a decrease In prion II. W. lioot was not so well last week, Miss Fuss from Vergennes spent Sunday with W N. Hoot and family. Lyman II. Mi Noil Is delegate to attend the Congregational conven tion ill Ilrattleboro from the church here. Children's day exercises will bo held In the church next Sunday. Miss Florence poolo is homo for u vacation from Albany. Mrs. Jane M. Maeck Is In town visiting friends. Henry W. dcrmali is to do the painting ami paperltiK In tho vestry anil parsomiBC. MILTON BORO. Dr. Cnbuin was called ns council with Dr. Hrenn.m for Arthur White Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Fay returned from Itlohniond Saturday accompanied by ("apt. Harry Fay anil wlfo from Cl.tre mont, N. II. Dr. fnburu Is attending ("apt. Harry Fay, who was taken sud denly ill Sunday night with a severe at tack of tho grip. Fred I.iiman anil mother returned from a visit In Swantnn. Mrs. P. S. Martin returned Sunday from Milton. F. U, Smith had home grown lettuce and onions Juuu G lor din ner. ST. GEORGE. Mrs. A. J, Downer accompanied by her daughter, Mrs. O. W. Smith, re turned homo on Sunday from spending a week at Mrs. Smith's homo In Hunt ington, Mr. and Mrs, Itollin Forbeit vistetl Mrs. It. It. Forbes In Ksscx Junction ono day last week. Miss Catherino Comstock returned tn her homo on Fourth street, South Hurllng:- ton on Saturday, havinff spent tho week with Miss Margaretto Tilley, Mrs. Mnry Marsh of HighKuto is visit Iiir her brother, Hiram S. Ishitm. Irvlu Ishum was taken to tho Mary Fletcher hospital ono day lust week for treatment of u throat trouble, lllmrn Mnrso has returned to his homo In Watcrhury, MILTON. An adjourned meeting of tho villngo corporation was held Tuesday evening and tho following ulllcers were electetl; Trustees, 13. J, Allen, K. O. Herlns nnd U (J. Holcombej treasurer, K. (I. Frost; clerk. A. H. Ashley nudltnrH. C. (1. Prutt, O. I. Morse; committee to frnmo by-hiws und present to next meeting, F, 8. Mormin, C, K. (Jlffnrd tr.d L. D. LuHium. The nxt mct'tin to bo hehl subject to cull of trustees. Mrs. 8. P, Itnrber is ill with the German measles, -It. K. Fulrchlld. who Is very sick with billons fever, does not Improve very iiiuch.-Mrs. Abldo Harnunt Is vlsltlnc her brother, A. J, Whlttcmorc, in Hur Saturday, June The 14th Anniversary Of the Opening of our Store by selling Certain Desirable Goods at just One-Half Former Price. According to our usual custom we offer to our many customers and patrons a list of bargains of unapproachable values, notwithstanding that we sell goods cheaper for equal qualities than any other house in Vermont, and our losses will be heavy on this day. We cheerfully ask you to partake of the many bargains offered. $5.00 will purchase $10.00 worth of goods at this sale. Hotel and boarding-house keep ers, campers and those contemplating house keeping should take ad vantage of this sale. For a full list of items see Friday's Free Press. Brewer's Department Store, i Y. llngton. Mr. nnd Mrs. Allah of West Point wetc nt O. II. Holmes Henry's Wednesday. Frank Heuham Is home from the Massachusetts Institute nf Technology, I'.oston, for the Hummer vacation. The election of nlllccrs and other business in connection with Incoi poratinn of the vil lage occutretl Tuisilay i vi lung at Hie school house.- D, It. linker of Pleasant Valley is visiting his daughter. Mis. F. S. Morgan. Itlverside Itel.eUah Lodge, No. r,7, aro to hold a social hop and whist parly in Odd Fellows hall. Opera House block, Thuisday evening, June ,s, Mrs. II. K. Powell entertained a party of ladles numbering or IS at her camp at Malletts Hay Friday and Saturday. Mrs. Mary Latlln has returned from Cali fornia, where she has been visiting for a year or more and is at her brother's. II. 13. Falrehlld.-Miss Viola Ward was tho guest of Mrs. Minnie Maikay over Sunday. Next Sunday is to be observed as memorial Sunday by the Odd Fellows with a service nt three o'clock In the afternoon at tho Meth odist Church with sermon by tho Itev. 1-3. .1. Haiislow of Swantou. The Ladles' Village Improvement so ciety had Humane Agent Fuller hero from Ilurlington Tuesday to look af ter a horse which hint a hoof nearly rotted off. Tho horse belonged to Davis Wlggln of Cnilerhlll and they hail another horse that was in bad shape. They were not arrested, but the horse was killed. The horse's leg wis broken Into small pieces near the hoof, and had boon turned out to pasture. Wiggins is the man placed In Hurllng- ton Jail anil lined $100 by Judge Haw kins for- beating a colt last winter. WILLISTON. II. II. i'.ihott and family or Chit ago aro boarding at Kelgar Harbir's In Jericho, 'i hoy were guests of Mrs. Taleott and Mrs, Whipple Thursday. Moslu r it Keffe ate doll g a job of painting at L.I II. Talcott's. The Onaway club will meet with Mr. and Mrs. W. P.. Douglass next week. Mrs. Homer Prior was u visitor In Hut llngton Saturday. .Mrs. Httsiy Walston is In veiy poor health. Mrs. C. C. Kcnnestoii and Tdrs. Joseph Hrolhers her daughter, with her children, have s:oiie to Long Lain , N. Y. W. Staple Ins started for Germany. HUNTINGTON CENTER. Milo Tuft Is sniffling from a bad hand, poisoned by stli king a pill in 11. Mrs. F. 11. Heaue, who has been conlineil to tho house with rheumatism, Is ahle to bo out Carlos HrowsliT still remains ipiUc ill with abscesses gathering In his hind. Atlnn Fuller Is ipiite ill at tho home ot her sister, Mrs. Frank Hulett. Miss Gr.no It.'indall spent last wick at lllnesourgh NlslLug friends. Mr. ami Mrs. William Miner visited friends at Lincoln Satur day and Sunday -r. J., nirong nas re turned from n week's outing at Thomp son's Point. Dr. Splllcr optician, will be nt Du- pout's Hotel Juno hi; at Fuller':.'. Juno L. Clare Cadv of Nortlil'iid is the pucst f his father. W. II. Cady.-Mis. F. It. Strong and Mrs. A II. Illgh y will enter tain the Willing V inkers Jim.) 14 at the Woodmen's hall. Mrs. Hurt Culvet of Stovvc and M. V. niniick or Hichnioml wore here the last of tho week to divide the household goods of the lato Mrs. Maria Gregory, '1 here will bo no sitv ico here next Sunday morning. The pas tor, the liev, A. It. Mui'.n, Heine absent to attend quarterly nieetlt'g. .1. . Ilrcwster, K. o. Goiton ntul S, Kenyan wtnt to Jeiicho Tuesday to attend a healing of tho suit of Jericho vs. Iluntlimlim. JERICHO. Mrs, Nellie Goodwin went Tuesel.iy morning to Wllllston to care for her sl. tcr, Mrs. Fa), who Is very sick. Her sis ter, LIIIIc, has returned to Hrooklyn, N. Y, John Williams nf llolyoke, Mass., Is 111 town visiting, M. II. Packard had a telephone placed In his houso Tuesday. EAST CHARLOTTE. Mrs. Anna Hradlcy Is visiting relatives in Huilliiglon. Mr. and Mrs, H, 11. Car penter went to Castletou, last Friday to visit their daughter, Miss Delia Carpenter, who Is attending tho Normal school. They returned homo Saturday evening.-It, II, Carpenter ullended the funeral of his great aunt. Mis. Polly Ann Field, which was held from her lain homo In Ferris hurglt last Thuisday nftcrnon,- During tho heavy thunder shower hist Friday ult crnoon lightning struck Winifred Scott's housu In tlio south part of tho town. Miss Mnud Scott, who was standing near an Iron sink in the kitchen, was rendered tut conscious by tho shock, und fell to tho Hour. Sho rerovctcd below the arrival of tho physician, who was hurriedly sum nion'cd. Tim other members of tlio fam ily were not nftectcd by tho lightning except Mrs, Scot!, who was nimble to rlno from her chair for somo minutes, Tlio house wan uut Ctinagcd lu tlf lejiot, Thu WE CELEBRATE M C. A. BUILDING. lightning followed a water plpo down and, eii'erid a barn 1 of rain water, tcarlin; the staves ,-nnl demolishing tho barrel on ,t , Us way to thfjjground. Miss A liie P.eeis is visiting Mrs. Anna Cleveland In Ksscx.. her sister, -J. It. Tag- gai t iiiul grandson, Karl, spi nt Sunday ni Wednesday. June IT, at 2:30 p. m. ITi Hristol with Mr. Taggatts mother, M is. school exhibition, given by Miss limit Hetsey Tngg.irt. Miss Carrie Cleveland and Miss Claxton was one of the lies' Is spending some time at home utter a ever attended. There wero 10 scnolar! ear's absence m Huriingloii.-The Kev.iwhn took part, and the songs, chorus i, 11. Cair attended tile meeting ol Con gregatinnal mlnlstera in Itlchni'Uid last Wednesday anil the Chittenden county Christian Ktule.ivnr ceuivi ntlou at Milton last Friday. -The June meeting of the W. c. T, l'. will be hehl Wednesday after noon tho 7th Inst at the home of th,t president. Mis. A, C. V.trnry. At a busi ness meeting ot the Ilaptlst Church last Saturday afternoon, thn following dele gates were chosen to attend the Addison County Haptlst association to be held next week at Adellson. Mrs. Ororge Hazard, (lay Hnldwin, Misses Genevieve llotsford and Alice Peers. JERICHO. Mrs. C rus Spaiilding and Mrs. C. Per clval fif liurlington were In the village Thursday. Mrs. Lyman or Pmlerhlll was a visitor at L. F. Wilbur's Wednesday. Mrs. L. II. Itoscoe and littlo son, lister. ot Kssex Junction wi re In town i hurs- flay.-Mis. Mclhss.i I.etialr of Massa chusetts Is visiting her brother, L. F. P.irindee. Mrs. I.etialr had not been to Vol moot bifiU" for 1.1 years.-Mr. and Mrs. chase, Mr. and Mrs. Gates are vis. Itlns at M. I. Chase's. Anson Field n ceived a box of beautiful magnolia blos soms from T- x.is, distributing a nlco buneli of them to his many friends. A liberal cnuli-ut to a live, eiie'gctlc man who will devote a portion of his lime to selling insurance Wtlto to .1. L. Hall, Gf neral Agent, Hurlbigton, Vt. Martin Powell and wife of Jeffersonvillo were calling on friends Sunday. Mrs. Grow of Wctford s In town visiting her sister. Nora Lane L. F. Wilbur and wifa utt tided church In Ilurlington Sunday. The little daughter of West Hriglrini was Hilled Sunday Tie- Ladies' Mil society will meet Thursday with Mis. Mary Uakil sciiptute letter K SHELBURNK. The Sliollturne high school graduat ing exercises will bo hold In thn Meth odist Church Friday evening at s:0i) p. m. Tho order of exercises follows: Music; prayer by the Itev. F. G. Heaxt salutatory with essay. "Good Hooks." .lulii Pearl Smith: essay, "True Hero ism," Mary Frances liny; music; esiiy, "The Loyal Path of Life," Lola A. Van Vllet; essay, "The Making of a State," Mat tin Kvelyn Stoddard; music: vale iliotorv with essnv. " Persov'eranoo. the ' K-..V I,. SSoooosa " i:tlii l Mill ir.ll-ot ltts- eonetto; presentation of diplomas; benediction. Fieil llacon saw mill met by tli" falling on both legs ground. Help whiles working at his with a painful accident of a pile, of oak planks pinning him to the was soon at hand ami tho planks were removed and Mr. Hacon was taken to his homo. A doc tor was called but ho could not find any bones broken, but did find manv bruises ami cuts which were dressed anil at pi i sent writing Mr. H.icnn is as comfoitablo as could be expected. SOUTH CHARLOTTE. A. Hotox Is suffering from a s. vera attack ot ftilns but is lutt. r than he was a few days ago. The lightning Friday iil'tcrnoon struck the telephono lino near G. M. Hazard's and splin tered eight Doles, burning out the 'ninnies at Hazard's. Scott's anil Olllll- lau s.-A son was hum t" Mr. ana house by tiro hns been sausiaciorii au Mrs. John Mulr Tuesday, hut It lived Justed. Five hundred dollars was agreed only u short time. William Illnkley .upon. The graduating exercises of tho nnil a friend went tlshlug Friday to high school wero held at the village hall Lake Inmuols and got a string of 3110. GayWrt Huldvvin. Mrs. O. M. Gettin' 2 10th, Hazard, Miss Alice Heeri and Mt.i! (lenevievi! llorsford were appointed delegates to the H.iptNt as-oclaMon. ti be held In Addison, June Li ami 11 The W. C. T. I', will hold their Junt meeting at Mrs. W. 11. II. Varney's ot lecitatlons, flag drills talent. dialogues, tableaux: ano showed a largo amount il WEST MILTON. Mrs. H. P. Crodeii of Hoboken, N. J, comes this week to board for the season with Mr-f. D. U. Ilullock. Her littlo son will come with her. Alex McNally and his hired boy went tt Camp Martin Friday and In six hourt caught its (Wh. Mis. Hurt Kllis went to 1: r home In Huston Friday. Mrs. S. Hlg wood of Wlnooskl is visiting relative here this week. Mrs. Hetsey Lano haj not arrived here as reported Thursday but will leave Minneapolis next Tuesday, Juno ft and expects to arrivo here on th Mh. BOLTON. Tl.e steam mill of George W. rtantla'll of Watcrhury that was b irned a few weeks ago lias been hired by Frank Jcvvctt ot Middlesex. The engino ami boiler was not much damaged. A tem porary covering has been put up and ma chinery added so that the mill Is now tie.uly ready to eomnwnce sawing ll l l.ui-.o stock of logs-The Stevens in '1 neat the depot is vcr busy .siwing ha c stuff Two tulles up the Joyrtr brook a il rec-story steam mill belonging to thn Cowo Hrass company of FairMi-ton Conn. They inivo einploved 75 nun an 1 havo sawed several millions of feet of lun, her thy past winter. I'hey have a gei -oral store tin In the woods to supply their employes, '..in the Plneo Hat nt ir Hoiton Falls is aioithrr large lumber com pany, who have a store to supply their men. WESTFORD. 13. II. Itlce Is moving his household goods to Mailt tts Hay, wheto he lias pur chased the John Loire porpert.v". He will continue his luisimss here for the present. Mrs. Mark tte Hoe kwnod has returned to Ksscx. A inciting ot the Ladles' Social ell tic was held Wednesday with Mrs. J. 13. Allen. It, m "hnients of cake and Btrawherrh s vv. served, c w Hlcn and family and Miss Hi mice Parker worn in town Siinduv -Mis. Sarah Hoaeh o( elmlottn and Mrs. Van Vllet of Ksscx; Junction arc visiting at George A. nice 1 Childr' n's day will he observed in th-i Congreri.ition.il Church Sunday. June 11. UNDERHILL CENTRE. rite nr., ril of Mrs. James S. II rson. who ilicd at Ilurlington Monday morning, will Ie held at St. Thomas's Chinch 'i l.'.i d.iy morning at nice o'clock. Mr. HcrS'Ui Is survived by a hti'baiul nnd son, Frank, of Winooskl, and a daugl' tcr, Mrs. Victor Horner of I'url tigttvi luniul will bo in the Catholic cemcttr.v -"111" matriage of Fn-d Clu.rlou of Licli niond and Miss Sophia !.uvally of Under lull was solemnized at St Thomas s Church Tuesday morning at nine o'oiKk by the Rev. Father Thcilcn, RICHMOND. Mrs. Fanny Clark, who was taken very ill, Is somewhat better, ami there is ,i possible chance of her rceovery.-Mr. and Mrs. John S. Towers ir Miles City, Mont., are visiting at their brothers's, T. V. Towers ami P. L. Towers.- lho vil lage band stand lias neeu provnuu mm '.electric lights, The damage to the Patk (Continued on Third Pne.) Wisdom Is a comparatively easy task If you start Its nceruisltion while you're young. Don't allow your children's eyes tn be ruined for all their lives becanso "They look too old with classes on." Perhaps they don't need classes or "specs. " We'll tell you tho truth, charge you not a cent for tho telling. Hetter look out for eve strain in time, however-, ti nil headaches In children aro uspl clous. Wo grind our own lenses, GILBERT RIST OPTICAL CO. Ilrrrnrllns Optician. Walker It lock, llsiik St., Ilurllnutou, Vt. J