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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS ; THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1905. One Cent A WORD. Advertising In this column one cent a word, each Insertion. Copy may ho changed every week. Cash In advance re quired. No advertisement taken which la less than twelve words, two lines. Special tcnriB to advertisers using (rem 250 to J.0C0 lines within twelve constotltlvo months. POINTERS. OWNF.HS OF FA It MS who wish to hlro help or to sell u farm should use this column. Nearly COcO copto of this paper nro Fold ovory Issue and your advertise ment would ho lead by many possible buyers. lli.wtf WANTED. tX TF.AS1S wnnttil to draw logs on a pood rond; also men In work In the mill and woods. F. A. Je-wett, litilton, Vt. 2l,(lt&Wlt A YOFN'G MAN wanted to start as lln--t-inli. Chance to advance. Must be strong, v 1 1 1 1 1 1 u and sober, references rniulred Address, Curator llolehhlss s "hool, Lake-vide, Cotm. SSS.utA-wlt. ), T'l a PUSIIKt.S RARLDY or othci rraln suitable- for hen fei d wanted. I'. Rivers, 2C Colchester ineimo, liurliiig ton. 2V.t&;,2v,:t. FOR SALE. GltKAT OPPORTUNITY flood house, barn and buildings with furniture and iimb-rluki r's business for sale cheap. F. II SloGiniiis, Iteal Hstnto dealer. Kri s' x Jmiellou. 2l',(!tiVwit. MKAT Pt'SlN'I'.SS for sale. greit e-hani'i-t ir tin a l business, if interested write F II Sti illinils, Heal 1 -date Healer, 1 ssr Junction, vt. :sn,ot,tit. " II.LAGH FROPKRTV Pleasant home, with barn, ete., tunning water, near . i hool and dep,,t. suitable fur harness Maker, etc. Kit-gain. F. It. StcOiiiiils, Hi.il INtate Dealer, l-Nsi x .hmetlon. Vt. jv.i.iit&wlt. FOR SALF. A iW-foot hot water heater, 20 horse power steam holler and 5 horse power upright engine. W. D. dates. at,d&wtf wo-si:ati:d spndow n cauriagd frr one or two l.e-i'sos for sale, Good foiidition, cost firm, will be sold for S.to. V,. Sclde-n. Main street, Darlington Vt Also other fronds. 3.w,tf. i:t ; si i i.vt ix Tin: civil war fur s.d" In cloth bindltur $-5."o for set of two vnlitmts. The seconel volume alotv; SI .."i. Wee Press Association, Hurling ton, Vt. a.wly NOTICE. M'TICi: how little It costs te tell I lion sands of renders in many towns of Ver-1 moot what you have to sell or what you wish to buy. Advertise In tlin Free Ptesj and you will get itpiles to your adver-! tlse-mcnt. 27.WU' I Teeth fc-xtracted Abneilutely Wltluml I'aln. The only office in liui llngton whore you can got teeth extracted without a particle of pain without taking gas. My method is used by no other person. No pvlnj no nan?.-; r.c after effects. nit. i,. HA7.i:.v. Office. IS." Pine St., Uurlington, VL Office hours, 10 to a. 7 to 8. CHITTENDEN COUNTY FARM 1'0 mlnii'es drive fimn the city, l-'."i eric farm, good buildings, pleasant tieigbboi hood, 1'3 miles from chinch end stores, 10 enwr. till farming tools, ",i acres wood and timber. Only $2,100 on easy terms. Will trade for city ropert v. Another Chittenden ISO minutes elrive trom itiir buildings, lu acres County farm, city, ISO acres, wooil and Urn- tier, 15 cows, te-ain, 'oeils and fodder. H TOO, .ash $1,700, balance easy. Send 10c for SOU larm catalogues and Dinp of Vermon'. The Reynolds Real Estate Co. epp. no Sihm lliniMe, HurllUKlun, Vt, WE PAY THE HIGHEST PRICES run DRESSED POULTRY. AMI NEW LAID EGGS Hel'erelice. !tii National Hani;. Ho-ton, Chamber of Coinnii ree, Jlostori. A. M. SMITH & 00. liM-l'.'.'t . llail.el Iliisfiui. Send postal eiml for shipping tag and narket report. 15.W2M. NOTICE. All persons are heteby notified not to rbor or trust my ihiugliter, Psther "uttle, or my account. As I shall not pay ny debts of her contracting after this late. JOHN TPTTI.P. Fairfax, Vt., November 27, IM, 22,w3t, who have much correspondence with buyers in the lnrg;e cities will find it the part of wis dom to use printed letter heads and envelopes and printed bill hcadi. This is u cheap way to advertise that you are an tip-to-date business man. If vou buy vour printing of the FREE PRESS ASSOCIA TION you will bo well treated. W43,tt Poultry l-'ood Agent Wanted. Agents wanted evorywliero to sell I'flge's IVrfectcil I'oultry Fooel. If It Is not for fiule in your village, write tUe manu&u'turor, C. S. I'tige, Hyde Park, Vt., for terms to neonts. Agents tuko no risk, uh the food Is Ruaranteed to Klvo entire Katlufactiem In every ease, and any not sold may bo returned. It la on article of genuine merit, and enn he conscientiously commended to poul trymcn, Card Mounts AT 1'UD FIU2D ritKSS ASSOCIATION. VERMONT LOCAL NEWS (Continued from First Page.) tlnnal Chtireh will bo held In the church Thursday, after which a Btippcr will ho served to nil tho ehnreh member nnd their families. It Is expected thnt the ltcv. W. C. Clark, ti former pastor, of Lyiulon will bn present and partlclpato In the exercises following the supper. The United Wethers held tt very Interest ing missionary mietlng In the church parlors Friday afternoon. The society thl3 year If pnisuln tho study of "l.ca vetting the Nation," written by Joseph H. Clark, n. P., and Instructlvo papers we to given on the missionary work In tho western .States. Mr. and Mrs, O. S. Chap man mo very happy over the arrival ot n new girl In thu family. Appro ptlatu Thatiksgh lug day exercises wcie held III the unions grade of the school on Wednesday after noon. The schools closed for a recess un til this mottling. Miss McCoy, tho assist ant in the high school, went to Sonii-rvHIo, Mass., to spend the vacation, Miss Good i II went to her home In Morrlsvllle and Miss Jennings to Wolontt. Unlem Thanks giving services were held In the Metho dist Church Tliutsilay evening and an nblo sermon was ilollveriel by the ttev. ,), 13. Wnldeti, pastor of the Raptist Church. .Special music for the occasion was fur nished by a (tunrtettn consist Ing of Mrs. Hlckford, Mrs. Vnill, Mr. Vaill, and Mr. Tievllllan. A pleasing featuto was a duet by Mr. and Mrs. Valll. Arthur lirown returned from F.rooklyn Monday, where be passed Thanksgiving with hla 1 .irents. 1'erley lUyt went to Hutllng ton ,Saturd.i., where he will niter tho niediial department of the t V. St. .Mr. and Mis. g. o. Kimball and daughter, Jessie, went to Cnliot to spend Thanks giving at the country home of Mr. and Sirs. Oconto Harvey of Philadelphia.--Alton Litilo of Morrlsvllle has entered the employ of V. II. t'liiuent in his grocery store. Sirs. Anna 1'ierce has so tar recov ered from her loccnl illness as to go to Calais to visit In r mother. llitam Chap ter, ltoyal Aich Slasons, was Instituted by the Slate grand lodge olllieis at the Sl.i sonlc hall Wld.iy evening. Although the lodge has been work'iig for out a year It has Just recently lecelved a charter. EAST HARDWICK. The village schools began hist Monday, December 4, with the same teachers as last term. Miss Chun Dodge spent Sun day nt O. K. Currier's. She will teach the winter term iii the Hrnuson district. V. St. Slontuguo siient Thanksgiving in Cauibi idge. SIlss Ni Hie Chase Is spend ing a few weeks with her sister, Sirs. Frank Puller, who has been sick for some time. F.lla Cole U teaching In Gtoens boio Uend. She boards at home and goes with her team. A sou was born Novem ber HO to Sir. and Sirs. .1. II. I lolo. Karl Talbert and sister, Uoy, spent a few il lys in F.lmoro last week. Mr. anil Sirs, ei. I.. Johnson tiotn Littleton, N. II., have been spending a few elays witli their daughter, Mrs. Otty Albe-o. CHITTENDEN COUNTY ESSEX JUNCTION. 'The marriage eif SIiss Clara Dcmag, d.iiighlir of Sir. aci Mrs. David Deniag, to J.ewis l.ouiinda took place .'it the chinch of the Hrly I'aunly Thursday mot ning at se'ven o'clock. The ceremony was performed h the liev. .1. St. 1",. Pouhot. A few leiatives and fi lends of the couple were present. The biide wnro a becoming blown town. She was at ti nded by her fatliet. Sir. and Mrs. l.our-i-ml.i aie to n eide In tills illa.'i. .Mrs II. D. Snyder, who lias been at the homo of her pare nts, Sir. anil Sirs. Oeorgo 11. Diury since July, stnrteel Monday for In r home at Port Sam Houston, San An tonio, Texas. She goes by the way of I'liievigo and Kansas City and expects to in rive at her destination Saturday. Sla jor Snyder leturtuel several we-eks ago. V. '. Wlie'eler has sold bis place on Sehool street to ,1. . Slay, who will take possession about the fit st. of Slarcli. At the ini'eting of (Tiainplain Court, C. O. p., held Slondav evening the annual ehctioii of olllci'ts took place', as follows: Chief Linger, P. W. Sault, re-elicteil; vlce-ehlet langer, J. I(. P.itneauile; linan elal secretary, re-ehetMl; reeonling sec retary, O. I. I'atMeainle, re-elected; tnas lil'ir, P. J. floyelte, re-elected! liustees. John I'ratt, Josepli Valyou, William Sal tus; marshal, O. II. Valyou; chaplain, the. llev, J. P. P. Ponllot. The several ap pointive olllccrs will lie named by the chief ranger. The installation of ntllcer.4 will takes place at thu first meeting In January. CHARLOTTE. Wo can boot you and shoe you, clothe yoc anil feeel you, also cut your hair and shave you. Feir in addition to our regular line of elry goods ami groceries we; have ailileel a meat department and haiber shop. Conic and see us nnd be convinced that eair gooels are tin- nest valuo ever offcreel for the Ilinni y. Podi lle W. Kno, at the ttoro foiineily eieeuiied by O. K. Prltulle & Sons. L'll,wedfr&w. SIlss Florence K. Poole of Albany is vis iting her mother, SIis. A. S. PooU Sir and Sirs. William U. Parker of San Francisco are spending part of the winter with Sirs. F. J. Pope, a sister of Sir. Darker. Sir. Parker lias for many years been connected with ateam ship lines on the Pacific. Among the charlotte young people who were lionie Thanksgiving week worn .1, ltlchard Dean from Dartmouth; (Itorgo nnd Meirlt Carpenter from Norwlck Univer sity; Cyrus Horsforel from flodelnrtl; Anna Harvey from Castleton ; Sophia Williams fiom Proctor. A social dance was given In Library hall Friday even ing- A sociable was held in the ves try Friday e'Venlng. The Ladles" Aid met with Sirs. Sedou Leuvls Weel- liesilay afliTiioon, December 0. IM- waril K. Thomas wil carry on the Abel c. Palmer farm commencing March 1st next. Sirs. SI. J. Mccch mid SIlss SI. K. Slei'di have gone to Connecticut and other points for the winter. John S anil Flora. S. Williams started for Call- THOS. J. STRONG, M. D. Venerenl, Skin and Iteclnl llleimee n Hpeclalty. Olllce, College, Cor. St. Paul. Opp. Savings Hank Illelg. Best 25c Dinner In Uurlington nt KTS RESTAURANT, Cor. Church and Main Sts, IHlTTIill TIIAX KVKII. New Muuugcmcnt, Low priced short orders nt all hours. F. R. ROBERTS, Prop. fornta Monday. Mrs. Alvln Llttls of Monkton, who has been the guest of frlemds nt Cedar Form feir the past weak, has returned to her home. Peter St. CIMr left Wednesday for New York city and from thero he goes to Newton, N. Y where ho will nmko nn extcmlcd visit, with IiIh sem, Arthur. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph .Strong of Lincoln are visiting their son and daugh ter nt Cedar Form nnd also their daugh ter, Mrs. Peter Taylor, ot this place. Mrs. V. O. Bt. Clair's mother of Ferris burgh hns been with her for tho past week.-MIss Kstella St. Clair of St. Mary's Academy Is spending a few days at homo. W. O. Darker nnd wife of Pan Francisco nro visiting relatives In town. The fu neral of Miss Lillian ltoss ot North Fcr rlsburgh was held at the Church of our Lady of Meittnt Carmcl In Fast Charlotte last week, L. ltlchard Dean, 'Oil, Dart mouth College, spent Thanksgiving with his mother, Mrs. A. C. Dean. Kdward McOowan Is building a large hen house. The Infant child of Mr. nnd Mrs. F. C. Snyder of Durllngtoti wits burled In the cemetery nt K.tst Charlotte last Friday. Miss Mario Oullck spent Thanksgiving with her parents, Mr. and Mrs, II. C. Oullck. Oeo, and Mcrrltt Carpenter, who spent Thanksgiving with their parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Orrln Carpenter, relumed to North Held last Monday. I, ltlchard Dean re turned to Dartmouth College after spontl Ing Thanksgiving at his homo here. Frank Sturgeon has moved Into William SIcNcil's tenement. Sir. Fortln has moved Into the Charles Chnpmnn tenement. Sir. and Mrs. Frank Ulssonetto of Ar nold Hill, N. Y., returned home last Mon day nfter visiting relatives here. Sirs Wllfreel Desautels Is visiting relatives In Wlnooskl. JONESVILLE. F. It. Chesomore has been spending a few elays with friends in Charlotte. SIlss Cormier was In Vcrgcnncs last week. Sirs, Warren Itohy acted as sub stitute for her nt the Western telephone switch hoard. Sir. and Mrs. F. P.. OlI lette have been in Hutland reei'titly. -Charles Tyler and family of Hut llngton spent Thanksgiving at tho honiu eif Clay ton Fuller. Wesley Church, wife anil mil were In Holton Thursday. Sirs. St, lllldreth nnd daughters, Slertle and Mor - tie. Charles Athertou anil family of Kssex Junction and Perelvnl Uusliey of Urooktln were the guests of S. S. llll dreth Thanksgiving. Sirs. T. L. Stevens has been entertaining her brother, Charles Tyler and family of Uurlington, -Sirs. F. n. Cllletto is 111. U. Franklin Coodrleh the two Sllsses Ooodriedi of Willlston nnd James Westnll of Middle- bury havo been spending several days with friends. Sirs. Fred Hall was In Uurlington iccently. Sliss SInbel Stock- well and Alice Alger nro spending their Thanksgiving vacation at the home nt their parents. Sirs, Cassle Petals, who has been quite sick Is reporteel better. RICHMOND. C. J. Ferguson of the' Anti-Saloon League spoko in the Congregational Church last Sunday In his very Inter esting and convincing manner. It was the llrst tlmo he ever spoke here. The Rev. L P. Treat anil the Rev. SIlss Kim ball were present anil took part In the exercises. Sir. Ferguson did not go to Jonesvllle as he expected cm account ot the heavy fall of snow. Leonard Cague, .a young man a little more t.uin 2,1 years old, was taken te the Wntor- bury asylum Slonday morning. Dr. Fa lb y. Constable Murphy anil some other friends accompanied him. He had been living in Slontpelier the last year, nnd had one attack there. He came hero some tlir e wci'k.4 ago and hns been very bail since. Sirs. F.zra tlorton of Vergonnes has been In town i few days visiting olel friends. Sir. lintisom Itobinson is very low wltn tuberculosis nnel It Is not expected he will recover. There were several fam ily gatherings on Thanksgiving day. Noticeable among them were at J. C. Fuller's, where between :!0 and 40 wito present: S. F. Andrews, wlmr -0 par took ot supper: Clark Andrews and fam ily from Harre, Fred Powers and fam ily from Waterbiiry, and friends from Richmond; Kdgnr Harbor from Jericho entertaineel a number fiom Richmond, friends among them being C P. Rhodes anil seal mid their families; Sir. nnd Mrs. Hartli'tt entiTtalned quite largely. Sir. and Sirs. Salmon Creen were en tertained by their daiighter in Uristol. SHELBURNE. Sir. and Sirs. William F. Carlson are the happy parents ot a li'-pouml son burn December 1. The village schools have been closed in- elellnltely until the epidemic uf measles Is over. At present 2a fanullrs are under luarantlno for measles. The Sliellitirne Slagazinn club meet with Sirs. J. A. Corey Wedneselay evening. I'ho following ofllcers were elected: Presi dent. J. A. Corey; secietary, F. It. .Stoel- elarel; committee to assign magazines, J. A. Corey, F. It. Stodelarel, Sirs. Ruth Rob erts. SIlss Ciertriidc Thompson, T. V. M. '07. spent Sunday with SIis Sludge Har mon Sirs. Webb left for New York Sunelay night. Luke nurrett of Slielburne Harbor Is ill. Mr. and Sirs. CI. D. Ryder of Cobl"skill, N. V.. are visiting Sirs, Ryder's parcntr. tho Rev. Sir. and Sirs. F. C Hent. MILTON BORO. SIlss Shut tuck of Jeffersemvllle com nienced the winter term of school Mou day. Sir. anil Mrs. A. C, Fay are spend Ing a week with friends in Potsdam. J, IC. Fllnn and family passed Sunday at West Milton. Sits. C, Sanderson nnel son Floyd, passed Monday night and Tues day at K. Mills's. v. v. jiiako lias re turned from spending Thanksgiving with his daughter, Sirs. H. SI. Idaho, Sir. and Sirs. Fail Costello entertained It. P. llullock and family at dinner Thanksgiving. WINOOSKI. John ICastwood for many yeara a resl dent of tho village and former overseer of the woolen mills, eile'il at the homo of his son, Frank Fastwood, in Ruckville, Conn., where ho went about three weeks ago to spe'iul the winter. Sir. Hastwooel was born in Ihigland nbemt CZ years ago. For nearly SO years he was a resident of this village and for nearly a years ho was overseer of tho finishing department of the woolen mills under tho old manage ment, At tho time tho mills passed Into the receiver's hands Mr. liastwood went to jJeilliam, Mass., where ho was employed feir about two years. He ro turned to tho village and for the past three years has been In 111 health suffer Ing from a valvular disease of the heart which caused Ills death. Last summer ha spent nt Queen City Park nnd about three weeks ngo left for Rockvllla to ro maln witli his sou, Frank. He was n member of F.thnn Allen Council, Royal Arcanilin, and of Webster Lodge, No. til, I'. & A, SI. Ho is survived by n wife, who was Mcelora Allen of this village ouo son, Frank, and n duugliter, Miss Muy Kastweiod. The remulns wcrei hi might to Hiirllugtoii Mmiduy evening anil t&o funeral wu held from tin undertaking rooms of A. K, Clnment on Hank street Ttteiday nftcrnoon at two o'clock. Inter. tnent was made In Oreen Mount ceme tery. In the case of William Mongeon vs. .terry Ston, which wss on notion hrounht by Mnngeon to recover tanA for the death ot a largo mastiff dog killed by Bton n few wetka ago, Judgment was awarded this plaintiff to recover $7.". The cane was tried Saturday afternoon In Lawyer Denv- Itl's olhce before Justice A. V. Bpiildllig ot Uurlington. II. N. Deiivltt nppenrcd for tho plaintiff and Frank L. Oraves for the ilofendnnt. Mr. Stotio put In no defense) but took nn appeal. Philip Dials, who resides on the farm formerly known ns the Charles Lavigtie place at Stallntts Buy lost two vnhmbo horses yesterday In a most pecular man ner. Mr. tllals had hitched the two horses to u pair of sleela anil was on his wny to eliiW woenl. lloachlng the wood piles near the foot ot Hhlpman's hill Mr. Hints stoppeel the team and twisted tho lines about one of the four peistH which formed the wood rack. In nttcmptlng to turn the. rear sletls to n position, he ttu nuil the front sleds in such a manner us to draw I ho lines tighter. Tho animals then stortod to bnck tip and so active were they In their efforts thnt Sir. lllals wns unable to reach the lines to stop them, when they backed about In a circle until they stum hled nnd fell Into a brook nearby and drowning beforo assistance could be called. Mr. Dials valued the horses at $309. MILTON. An evening with Kugeno Flehl will be given at the Congregational vestry on Frielay evening. December S, promptly nt 7;,-,o. After the entertain ment refreshment will be serve-el. Sirs. .1. W. Drown died at her residence on North p.lver street Sunday afternoon. The funeral was hleel Wednesday afternoon at the house. Mrs, F. S. Morgan Is lulling Cambridge. -James Mulvlhill has tented his hoii.su to sr. Konniiely eif Fairfax, There was a fair attendance at the entertainment nt the nperii house last Friday under the auspices ot the I, O. O. F. The readings by SIlss Dunning were intieli enjoyed, also the vocal se lections by Sirs. Album ami F A. Wood f Georgia and too piano eluet.s by Mrs. Russell and SIlss Clarimond Wood. Amltlc Camp, No. S.03S, SI. W. A., held their election of officers lit their lodge rooms Friday evening, December 1, anil two candidates were given the first degree. After the meeting a so cial time was enjoyed nnd supper was served. Tho following officers wern elected for the next year: V. C, Geo. H. Reynolels; W. A., F. Arthur Thomp son; banker, Howard S. La pan; elerk, A. It. Ashley; escort, f!. N". Wooel; phy sicians, Dr. L. C. Iloleombe and Dr. I. S. Coburn; watchman, Cortls Lucia; sentry, K. O. Heveiln. Mm, Ceo. 1 1, Reynolds has returned from Uurling ton, where siio lias been for several J weeks. The separator at Town's Cor- neTs has been closed anil Arthur .1. Wood, who has been running It, has returneil to his home In Swnnton. COLCHESTER. SInry Skinner who .s attending school In Fairfax, spent her Thanksgiving vaca tion with her parent-:, the Rev. Ceorgc Skinner and wife ill, ird Raker, who has been spending a few weeks with his mother, Di'bor.ih Raker, has returnee! to liis hemic In the West. The SIlssi's Jenie, Slay, Grace and Slyrtle McNeil, who have b-eii spending their Thanks giving vacations at homo, have returned to their school.-Mr. Milfoid Sillier, and SIlss Ressie linger, vho have been visiting it Fred WiNon's, have leturneil to their home at Cuinberlanil Head. .Misses Grace mil Hazel Wilson, who hue been spenel- ing their Thanksgiving vacation at homo have returned to their school in Johnson. The King's Daughters will have an apron salo and hash supper Tuoselay e vening, December 12 at the. parish house. Supper will be served Horn i! to S p. m. Sir. anil I Mrs. Kdgar Wolcolt of Ksscx spent I'linnksglving villi Sir. and Sirs. Myron Shaw. ESSEX. Sliss Sara Chopin of Hyde Park spent Thanksgiving nt In r home liorc. Kzra Sle'Kenzie. Ciiiulrs Tvler and Castle Will iams. vho have employment in Slont pelier also spent the day at home, return ing to their work Friday morning.- V. W. Ilnnloy and wife and Sirs. Winnie P.Ix bv were the guests rei i ntly of fi tends In Cambridge. S. A. Keeier and wife vlslti el relatives in Piinsliiugli last week. Guy Nichols has ilnislieil his work at the Co operative ereaini'ry. John llowrignn ex pects soon to return to his plnco nt Page's Corners, now occupied by Sir, Donahue. A young man named O'Grady from Wil llston was thrown fiom a buggy near tho town hall Thursday evening and was quite severely eat about the head and face. Dr. Ladel dressed his injuries nnd he was able later in the evening to drive home. Mrs. Pinnk Colt Is heriously HI with pneumonia. Cards are out an nouncing the marriage of George Whit ton of Hssox to SIlss Ida Nealy of Jericho at the homo of SIlss Nealy Wednesday evening, December C The schools In town opened the winter term Slonday. Sliss Lawrence, teacher In the Intermediate department of the vil lage school, Is boarding at Sirs. Jane Gaiivln's. Forty-two couples attended the dunce nt the town hall Thuisday evenng. W. II. Whitentnb Is spending a few weeks In Huston, wlietc he Is taking a course of treatment A. G. Pratt spent a few days with friends In Rutland coun ty last week, UNDERBILL. Dr. W. S. Nay and wife went to Ros ton to spend Thanksgiving with their children. II. H. Howard and brlelo have returned from their wedding trip nnd will reside in tills place, Twenty-five new books havo lie-en added to this sec tion of tho Jerieliei town library. Pert Sletcalf eif tho Vermont liuslness College Is spending a few day at home. Sliss Hazel Knight, V, v. SI., Is spending tho Thanksgiving vacation with her parents, Sir. nnd Sirs. D. N. Knight.-Mrs. Sarah Haydcn has re-turned to I neleililll to spend the winter with her sou, C. II. Ilavdcn. Sirs. Sibyl Wells ami sons, Fred nnd Lee, nf lliirllngloii spent Thanksgiving with her mnlher, Sirs. S, IC. lillss ot this place-. -Sir. ami Sirs, M, L. Washburn went to Ne-v York last week to spend a few days with relatives, A. F. Hrnwn eif Plymouth, N, H,, la the guest of H, H. Hale. Fiigeno Ram an! of the U, v. M and Frank Llntner of Wolcott spent Thanksgiving with thu Rev, O. L. Harnard, SHs.s Sllnnlo Shane of tho Roscoo printing houe was hero over Sunday with her sister, Sirs, C. W, Graves. BOLTON. 11. II. Rlsluip, the popular mull elerk, whoso route in from Uurlington to White River Junction, gnvo a Thanksgiving dln nr at the homo of his daughter, .Mi's. C S. lirusli. The menu wns elaborate and well served, ni,s l-mglitcr and lie-r hus band with their employees wero pres. ent, Tim Invlti-d guests wero Mrs, Pshw.igg of Underbill ind Sir. ami Mrs. C. F. S.iblns of this jilucp.-Hoy I.earnso is lu Monkton this week. Mr. and Mrs. ARE YOUR KIDNEYS WEAK? Thousands of Men and Women Have Kidncv Trouble and Never Suspect It To Prove What the Great Kidney Remedy, Swamp-Root, Will Do for YOU, Every Reader of Free Press May Have a Sample Bottle Bent Absolutely Free by Mail. It used to be considered that only urin ary and bladder troubles were to b tracd to the kidney, but now modern gclenc proves that nearly all diseases hava their beginning In the disorder of theae moat important organs. Therefore, when your kidneys arc weak or out of order, you can understand how quickly your entire body Is Hffuctod, and how every organ seems to fall to do Its duty. If you are alek or "feel badly," begin taking the great kidney remedy, Dr. Kilmer's fiwamp-rtoat. because a soon as your kidneys begin to get better they WII help nil the other organs to health. A trial will convince anyone. 1 was out ot health nnd run down generally j had no appetite, wns dlz r.y mid suffered with headache, most of the time. 1 did not know thnt my Kletneys were the cause ot my trouble, but somehow felt that they might be, and 1 begun taking Swnmp-ltoot. Thero Is Slleh ..I.... ... ... Ilont, and it goes right to the spot and drives disease out of the system. It bus ctireel me. tinlkintr me, slmiicer nnd better In evury wuy. and I cheer uiij rrconiinonu it to all surfcrcr. Uratefully yours, SIRS. A. L. WALKFR, 8.11 Fast Linden St., Atlanta, Qa. Weak and unhealthy kidneys ar re sponsible for many kinds of diseases, and If permltteel tn continue much suffering and fatal results aro sure to follow. Kid ney trouble Irritates the nerves, makes you dliiy, restless, sleepless and Irritable. Slakes you pans water often during the day and obliges you to get up many times during the nlglit. Unhealthy kldnsys cause rhoumatlsm, gravel, catarrh of thu bladder, pnln or dull ache In the back, Joints and muscles; make your head ache and back ache, cause indigestion, stom ach and liver trouble, you get a sallow, yellow complexion, make you feel ns though you had heart trouble; you may havo plenty of ambition, but no strength: get weak and waste away. The cure for these troubles Is Dr. Kit mers Swainp-Root, ths world-famous kidney remedy. In taking Swamp oot you afford natural help to Nature, ror Swamp-Root Is tho most perfect healer Jind gentle aid to the kidneys that Is known to medical science. How to Find Out. If there Is any doubt In your mind as to your condition, take from your urine on rising about four ounces, place It In a glass or bottle and let It stand twenty four hours. If on examination It Is milky or cloudy, if there is a brick-dust settling, or If small particles float about in II, your kidneys are in netd ot immediate atten tion. EDITORIAL XOTE So BtiecesBful .... . .... Flnnev wero guests nt tho homo of Sir. and Sirs. A. G. Stevens on Thanksglv-i ing day. Sllsses F.va and Klllo Thomp. son from tho Richmond underwear fae-, teiry spent Thanksgiving with their par- cuts. Humane! Officer Fuller examlneel the condition of tho horses belonging tn mo most eitatressing cases of kidney, liver or bladder troubles, that to prove tts wonderful merits you may have a sample bottle and a book of valuable Informa tion, both sent absolutely free by mail. The book contains many of tho thousands upon thousands of testimonial letters received from men and women cured. Ths value and success of Swamp-Root is so well known that our readers are advised to send for a sample bottle. In sending your address to Dr. Kilmer Co., Blng Iinmton, N. Y.,bo sure- to say you read this generous offer In the Darlington Weekly Free Press. The Proprietors of thin paper guarantee the genulness of this offer. Freel Jewett last week Friday. Henry who borrows but never grsxlps, Alma Plant and family moved from tho S.ihlnw Kllthorpe; Verbena, hired girl at the farm, tenement lust Slonday into rooms rented Slaimie Wright. The play takes about of Dormaii Stock" ell at Jonesvllle and two hours. The hall will be open after will wenk for George Palmer in his noons nt both days of the sale and sup factory, 'per will he served both evenings lrom fivo WTTBT DAT TftH , l" "tlvcn ei'clock. Tlio public schools WXiDl BUlilun. opened .Monday with the following W. H. Davts wn in Uurlington Tues- teachers, No. 1. II. II. Page-; No. 2. Slay day. K. A. Guyotte, who has been serl- Murray; No. 4. SIis. Kathnine Page; No. ously ill. Is better. His nurse, SIlss Hums, Anna R. Patrick; No. 7. Hell'- Cogans; returned to Hutlington Saturday. Deputy yn. s Nellie K. Hissonette; No. D Nelbo Shot ilf G. A. Pease ai rested George Wig- Xoonnn; No. 10. liessio Weed; No. 11. tin gins of Jericho Monday on a warrant is- Mf(h school, Ira Phelps Kellogg, Jr., sued by Town Grand Jinor S. P. Tomlin- j.uneipal, Sirs. 1. P. Kellogg, assistant. son, charging him with being Intoxicated. Thanksgiving day a tin key dinner was On being airaigned before Justice A. L. sorvt.rt ut Dunbar's boti-1, which was Hardy h- plead not guilty anil called for morally patronised by residents of tho a .liny trial, who after heating tho evl- vn,,KC o the snnn; day theie wero deuce dee-lde-il he was not guilty. Grand a,.R0, family gatherings at Deacon Juror Toinlliison condiu-teel the case feir j. tch's, II. SI. Hull's and Guy Toby's. the State and 5. W. Streeter aeteel as Msii A)k,fi i,a,ion has gone lo Chester, coun.-el for Wiggins. Sir. anil Sirs. N. R. wi1Pre ,0 will teach school this winter. Hall re-turned .Monday from Willlston. j,, j..ora i,illuion of Rurhnglon is visit where tliey b.ie been visiting a few elays. hr,r mother. Perry Read has a New--Sle-rtle K. Pease, who has been staying fomlamj from Sir. Tomlln s kennels i few elays witn ner sisier, .miss r-isie i.. Pe-.-ise at the Nurses Home, returned home Wedneselay. SOUTH BURLINGTON. .Mr. illlll .Ml.-. w i...iwi .suv... Thanksgiving with hor parents in Col- , ' ,. f, ,.! ,,ii,, i,i,ii Chester. 1-. F.. Lord nnel family at Ailell- i tviiiui,. n.i xtrs. SOU ISUillll ill . - Louiso Hefflon at F. A. llefflon's in H"l.,K:'t.!!; .i,ic nf willls. ton wero guests at H. T. Tllley's Satur day. Kawrence Hayes has sold his pair of mules to a man from Richmond, EAST CHARLOTTE. Ralph Clark left Slonday for Slidellc town, Conn,, where he has secured a position. Deacon and Sits. J. R. Tngguit spent the Thanksgiving seaso-i in Rurlingtnn with their son, fcuiponn ti-ndent Taggart and family.-Will.ani O. Parker, lately from Dawson City, a former resident of Fast Charlotte was In this vicinity hist Friday calling em old friends, after an absence of 27 years R. H. Farranel. V. V. St., who has been spending the- Thanksgiving recess in town returned to Dm llngton Monday evenlng.-Slr. and Sirs. Wesley Powell entertained a largo party of their ri-la- n,.nu nt .itnnni- Tin.niesirlvliii.' day. Thero was a family gathering at the homo nf Mr. and Sirs. Roderie P.no Thanksgiving day. SIlss Flora Clark returned hemic Wednesday evening from Troy, N. Y. Tho schools in district number ten are preparing tn hold a sale of useful and fancy nrtlcles nt Lyceum hall Friday evening, December 15.-C, S. Harris and family of Sllddlebury and Andrew i'ho-1 .now York. Miss .mcmiuius, .1 inun mas and family of Monkton spent nurse from Rurlliigtou, is helping care Thanksgiving with Sir. and Sirs. J. A. for the little daughter of Charles Slar llarrls at their home. -Sirs. Zell.i Newell tin. Sliss Flora Laudnn of Uurlington returned to Wostford Tuosdny after! has been spending a few elays with her spending some time In town looking af ter tho interests of her farm. SIlss Slae belle Horsford, who for several years past has most successfully tnught the prlmarv school In district number ten, hits resigned her position to nccept similar work In Ornngo Plain, Kin., twelve miles from Tallluissec, to winch, place snoi will proceed In a few days. Miss May Varney succeeds Miss Horsford nnd ns- sumi'd her duties Slonday. the 4th Inst, HINESBUROH. The Drama Vulloy farm will be given In tho town hnll both Friday and Satur day night December S nnd In connection witli tho Christmas sale of tho Con Krcsatlonal Ladles' Aid society. Tho cast nf characters Is ns follows: Harold Rut ledge, a young New Yorker, C. C. Adams, Perry Dean, a son of the soil. H. II. Page, Dald Hlldroth, a New York lawyer, F.lon Martin, fillas llolcomb, owner nf tho farm, Georges Patrick, Aisurlah Keep, a clock tinker, N. I). Partch; Jennings, a OR. KILMBR'A I IH SWAMP-ROOT KMnay.Ltvor&Bkddar DIRECTIONS. H Mir Taiti t f three H H ltiao&ftil kefere r fetter H H Ci.ldrtalMMeefiltfftotff. H H llty comments nits imU H H (tMtlUdlflCNIM to fill 4cm H H or uor, il Ibt Ciii woulJ H H h to ttuir. H H Tklt rrwl rttBcdf wm til H H kldarriWr,bl4lr ami Lrte H H AeW troutlM ttd dlMrdira H if to wik ktJoTff,Mch M H H tttrrko(lk4blditrafrfl, H H rhvmllin( !ntnbi uA M H Brlfbl'i DtMMt. whkk It tkt H H fl(ertnfkMa7MIM. H DR. IILMIl CO., SoldbyallDruggliH. (Swamv-Root Is pleasant to take.) Swamp-Root Is pleasant to take and is used In the leading hospitals, recommend ed by phynlclans In their private prac tice, and Is taken by doctors themselves who havo kidney ailments, because they recognize In tt th greatest and most suc cessful remedy for kidney, liver and bladder troubles. If you are already convinced that Swamp-Root Is what you need, you can purchase the regular fifty-cent and one dollar site bottles at the drug stores everywhere. Don't make sny mtstaks, but remember the nnme, Swamp-Root, Dr. Kilmer's Bwamp-Root. and the ad dress, Rlnghamton, N. T., on every bottle. iinniiiLt-ituii, in ii i, hi l i , it..,,, 'servant to Rutleelges. Charles Slartin. Hetty Hnlcoinb, a country (lower In city soil, Sirs. Mattle Munsllulel; Isabel Carney, nieco to Daviel Hildreth, Slay Murray; Mrs. Itutledge, Harold mother, Alary Dow; Alvira Hnlcnnib, sister of Silas, Anna R. Patrick; Llzy Ann Tucker, , jPr(,ll0i whlch has gained in weight M poluuls four weeks.-Robert Darker. iwho lives at Sirs. Collins is entertaining his frietiels with a new IMisnn phnun graph. Sir, nnd Sirs. Ptank Andrews llo.n ve-ltl. '""-"". " .. her mother, Sirs. Loranc I lanagan. II. , , S- Allison's family spent the dnj in ,,.,., , v 1- l,nr,m SJ.ltlir 1" " " I Tbo nnnual sale given by the Indies of ' tho Congregational Chuiili will be held ; Friday and Saturday evening. December !- nnel J ni mo tow n 11,111. 'in nm-i - .'u6 programme for each evening will ho given and supper will be servuel fiom E:30 until eight o'clock. The Raptlst Church held their annual business meeting Sat urday. Thu trustees reported J'M in tho treasury and no debts,-Sirs. Otis V.essey, ono of our oldest residents, was burled Sunday. St. SI. Revul had charge of tho nrr.mgenienls.-SIr. and Sirs. W. K Andrews spent Thanksgiving witu J. S. Patrick and family m nur Hostwiek of Hurling. ungion.-uarian ton spent Thanksgiving at th Rostwlck j homestead. Inez, the little daughter of .Mr. aim .Mrs. unarics jiarun, 11-- " ' very 111 for two weeks hut Is better at this writing. The Rev., and Sirs. T. J. Harris havo returned from a few weeks' stay In California. Sirs. c. L. Clifford ami son nf Hrandon were guests of Sir ! and Sirs. J. H. Allen over Thanksgiving, Sirs. Smith nf Sliellitirne wns the guest of her daughter, Sirs. Ynshurgh. over Sunday, The Hull orchestra played nt a private danco at West Chnilotte Fri day evening, H. C Cns-lely, who was in town over Sunday, left Slonday noon for mother, Sirs. Joseph Landon. SIlss Ji-n nle StcKenzIo returned Slonday to ' Corinth, whoro she Is teaching school. Miss Florence Allen went to Uurlington Slonday to begin her eluties ns assistant to County Clerk C. .1. Russell. Sirs, A. R. Sloore of Uurlington has been the guest of her son, rr.aries, me pui ween. Sirs. Slorse of .Manchester, N. II. , Is visiting her sister, Sirs. Orson Kenyan. St. W. Post nnd family of F.ssex Junc tion spent Thanksgiving with his moth er, Mrs. A. W. Post. The other members of her family In town also took dinner with her, making seventeen In all, WEST MILTON. Sir. nnd Mrs. F. K. Hlnke spent Thanks wiving day In St, Albans. Sir. and Sirs, Mlnot Smith and son, Chcslry, went to Ornnd Islo and Sir. and Mis. D. O. Rul lock went te Chaiiiptaln and spent the ' day with their daughter's family. There j wero several faintly gatherings here While coming from Huntington Tusda evening William nnd Daniel Granger mo, a couple of ladles driving a team, nin us they did not turn out tlioro wns collision, resulting In a badly broken can Huge for Granger. The horses ran frot Hlodali's shop to the creamery In Col chester Center, where they finally sue tcedeel In getting .them under control DiinM is Mill very lame, but able tt be about, Frances Kinney went Sunday to llaru In spend a few days with his dauglitei Sfrs. Delbert Hlbley.-C. K. Osgood line! a turkey stolen Satuiday night worth t'i. There has also been some complaint of chicken thieving. A sneak thief tool a golf capo nut of Jesse Sle-Nnir.s wagon Slonday night while his team was left undur the shed nt tho Slethodist Church. JERICHO. Rae Thomson nnd Sirs. Johi Nye rninei with the remalni of Sldnej S. Thomson Into nf Uurlington, fm burial Saturday morning to this village Sir. nnel Sirs. W. Jackson and SIlss Kva Ford were In Uurlington Friday. Mr. find Sir-. Y. a. Najf were In the city Fri. diy. Sirs, Klien Perelvnl, who has been stopping with her son In Uurlington foi four weeks, canto homo Saturday. - Sirs, Walter llowianil nnel son of Uurlington spe-tit Thanksgiving In town. Sirs. W. Shllllinninir-r Is quite pootij with lung trniible.-Ruth Stelnliour ol Slontpelier spent Thanksgiving with bet graiulpatents, Sir. ami Sirs. J. Rlssotiette. They also entertained N. Rrownell of Ks sex Jiiiietlon.-Wlnnlo Sleline has te- tuineel from Richmond, win re Mm spent a wee-k with her sister, Sirs. .Morgan -V. G. Nny Is conllncil to the housn v sickness. - .Mr. ami Sirs. II. llnwuid arrived from their wedding trip last Friday. -John filnllbaintiif r's team hnd a runaway Sa' uteliiy but 110 damage was done. SIlss Ad i ( urtls had a birthday party Inst Friday with 1.1 of her friends In attendance. Sirs. Clara Jlowo returned from Pittsford Slon day. Sliss Lucy Church wns In the villous .Monday. JERICHO CENTER. The marriage of Sliss I la Nealy d.iugi - tor ot Sir. and SIis. Charles Ne.ily ot this place, to Georgo Whltten of Ke.sse teieik place at tho bible's home Wednes day evening, December r,, at right o'cloe k, the Rev. J. W. Gollhi oillclatlng. Tim house was very pte-ttlly decorated In green nnel white, tho bride and groom standing in a bower of green balsams. trimmed with white, dm Ing the cermony. After tin; ceremony a bountiful wedding lunch was served anil the happy couple left for a short weeldlng tour. Only tho relatives and a few Intimate friends of the contracting parties were invited. Ppon their return Sir. and Sirs. Wliitteu will stay with the groom's parents, dur ing the winter. The Rev. F. It. Kellogg of Waterbiiry gave a very Interesting lei - ture at the church Tuesday evening on "The Russian Rear or the Dragon of Cathay," which was exceptionally Inter esting and instructive. Sir. Knos of Sa lem, Slass., who lias a business interc? in tlio T. S. Rostwick novelty works or this place, made a short visit at Sir. Do 1 wick's this week in business consul atn 1 with Messrs. Rostwlck and Gnorlel' -Tl's Rev. L. H. Klllott nf Waterbiiry supplie- I the pulpit at tho Congregational Ch ir u last Sunday In the interests of the R Hi society. On Sunday next at the mor.i ng service the Re v. J. W. Gottin will take ns his subject "Liberty" with special refer ence to the centenary of tho birth of Wil ham Lloyd Garrison. In the evening hi meeting will b held In th" iarih honso when Sirs. A. P. Goodell will give a talk on Historic Salem. WESTFORD. Miss Amy Haskins, a Sunday school worker and house to house visitor in the employ of the State Haptist association, is expected to speak in the Raptist Church next Sunday morning at thu usual hour ot service. It is expectcel that SIlss Hasklna will li-maln in town about two weeks. The schools in town opened Slonday with the exception of the south school, widen Is to be taught by Sliss Pearl Smith ol .Slielburne. Tills school will begin Deem, be r II. It Is teported thnt C F FdiH has tradeel his creamer- property in thli town with II. W. Belden of stowe. Sir Deldy gets 11 creamery In Stowe The La dies Social circle held their annua. meeting lor the election of iittlc-is w i Sirs. G. A. Rico Wednesday afternooi I'ho Foitnlghtly club meets with Sirs I! A. Stone Thursday. The papeis w 1, mainly upon SInry Stuart HUNTINGTON CENTER. Dr. Geo. Splllcr, optician, will be u Dupont's Hotel, December 11th at Ful ler's December 12th. C. 1. (Illicit has moved Into a part o the housn with D. J. Troiubley. Lesln Taft ot Rristed spent Thanksgiving wit I his mother, Sirs. Wyram Tatt.-Sliss Kv Cady of Johnson, who has been spend Ing the past few days with hor sistei Sirs. St. It. ISrewster, has returned limiu Chester Halloek ami family and R ilpl H.illock of HlnesburBh spent Thanks giving with their fntlu-r. o. C. Hallock. The stage made Its llrst trip to Rich mond on runners Slonday. Dr. II. H Small of Rurllngton was tho gne.-t of hil parents, Sir. ami Sirs. A. 11. Small Thanksgiving. The Willing Workers will meet with Sirs. J. C. Carpenter Wednesday De cember 13. R. A. Noiton nnel family have returned home from visiting friends In New Hampshire Sirs. Pdsoti Piercn e-ommenced her school In Hanksvlll-! Slonday. The school directors nro par titioning off a room In the town hall te be used for tho primary pupils, -sirs. John Charles, who was Ml years old last July, has In tho past 17 months pieced , bed fiullts. HUNTINOT0W. Grant Kenyon and family spent Thanksgiving in Rurllngton. Sirs. Ken yon and child remained a few days with iier people. Sirs. Cyrus Harris has not been se well ot late, being contlned to lief bed again. Sirs. Mary Wyman Is better. but has not been visiting In Rurllngton as eironeously stated. 1-. G. orton is suffering from a e-arbuncle. Sliss Nat a Thompson entertained her brother from Starksboro over Sunday. Dcbervllle mothers havo sold their young deer to C. W. Gates of Franklin. WTLLIiTON. The King's Daughters circle will meet Friday with Sirs. R. F.. Drown at North Willlston. Sirs. Sarah Wllklns has closed her house for the winter and has gono to stnv with her daughter. Sirs. Henry Patten. N. St. Harbor has returned from his 'thanksgiving visit with friends hi Plattsburgh. Tlio pole-s are being put in place for tho New F.ugland Telephone company to connevt with another Una at tho "checkered house" In Richmond. -Georgo Reynolils's sister from New York Is visiting with htm. FRANKLIN COUNTY ENOSBURGH FALL!. Sllsses Vlrglii nnd Alma Stltiguy re turned t" Richmond Saturday after having passed a few days aiming family friends in town. Tho many friends of.