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I'Hi'I BURLINGTON FREE PRESS : THURSDAY, JANUARY 25, ISOfi
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Another Chittenden County farm,
159 minutes drlvo from city, 130 acres,
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Jo, 700, cash $ 1,700, balance easy.
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Hoy's t.ilkln' sumpln' scan'lnus
In de statn houso on do hill:
Pn statutary's done turn pule,
An' stan'lu' staik an' still,
peys lelllu one another
.les whats wclghln' on delr mind,
An' If carried dey carried razors,
Dais un telllu what you'd llnd,
J wish dey go to lalkln
Like dey did in days gone by,
Rout "ad valorem," "pro an con"
An ol "vox popull,
Cause when dey use do words I knows,
I gits a drnffiil thrill.
Dey sure Is tall-.lii' scan'lnus
In de statu houso on de hill,
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of chronic nature. Wo have testi
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VERMONT LOCAL NEWS
(Continued from First I'ngt.)
.1,t!25,7fl"i; cream received at the creamery
117,072 lbs.; butter fat H3.2W.lfi lbs,; but
ter fnt from thn crenin 4,253.21 lbs.; aver
age test for the year 3.P5 per cent,; aver
age prlco paid for milk per 100 lbs.
f 7.S cents; average price paid for cream
P r 100 lbs. $i!,20"; average price paid for
butler fat per 100 lbs. 24.7 cents; amount
p.ild for milk ri3,49;t.C7; amount paid for
cream fl.OTMS; Total amount paid for
milk anil cream $:iG,rr1.09. Tills year Is said
lo have been tho most prosperous in thn
history of the Lewis Creok creamery com
pany. Carlos Martin Is confined to the
I house by an attack of rheumatism. F.d-
ward Mennette met With a painful ant-blent
lust Sunday morning. While nt
the barn he fell and cut the
brick of ills head milto badly. Dr.
Collins was culled and dressed the wound
and lie Is doing ns well ns can bo ex
pected. Miss Bertha Mallory spent Sun
day with her father, Clmiles Mallory,
S. li. Mai tin's ankle was so Improved
ns to be put into plaster parls by Dr.
Collins on Tuesday.
i'hc second lecture of the course of
lectures under tho nusplees of the King's
Daufihtcrs will bo given In the Methodist
Church Tuesday evening, January 30,
by the Rev. M. H. Smith of Rutland.
Subocf "The Trip of a Tramp."
The funeral of Mcrrltt, the 11I110 months
old child of Mr. und Mrs. Merrltt Clark
of this town, who was burned lo death
Friday morning, wns held Sunday, the
Rev. .1. H. Gooding officiated. Joseph
Murray had his leg bioken last week
by a loud of wood tipping over and
pressing him under it. Fred Flanders had
tho misfortune, to cut his foot quite
seriously. Mr. Wilbur of Troy, N. Y.,
an extensive dealer In lumber was at
II. 1.. Wood's last week. Mr. Wood will
ship him several car loads of hardwood
lumber at once. Ernest Wliltteinoro cut
lis foot badly last week, while chopping
in tliu woods. Ell Damon is better and
I able to ride out. The little daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Coluuibe lias
tyhoid fever. Mrs-, George Young re
mains about the Mime with very little
hopes of recovery. Tho ico went nut of
the river Monday night. Allen Manning
H sick. Gordon Uhittler of Hancock
was the guest of Chauncey Becman over
Norman Armstrong wa called homo to
Now Yoik State by the Forlous illness of
ills mother. Joseph Pholpi visited his
brother Henry 1 rcontly. F. Ellsworth
is very Mel; at the homo of Mrs. W. W.
Jones's. Mrs. Lnren Spencer's aunt, Mrs.
Carrie Bemls, and her daughter from Bos
ton, are with her for a short time. Henry
Robinson is at work nt tho mills again.
Mrs. Kntc Ketcham irtutned from Bos
ton Saturday night. There is to be a so
cial Friday evening at n. A. Baldwin's
for the benefit of tho Baptist Church.
Tho ladles' Aid of the Congregational
Church ni't with Mrs. Kiwi Rnwcnn
Wednesday. Mi s. If, M. Parker Is 111 at
llio homo of her son, C. P. Parker at
Pittsburg, P.i. Mrs. Louisa Williams is
seriously 111. The Henry Family Theatio
company have left hero and gone to Sud.
liury. Mi-3. Anna Wood of Brandon Is
tho guest of her mother, Mrs. Williams.
SALISBURY. . I
Leland Stone was in Now Haven last
week Thursday. R. H. Boardmnn was in
Brandon on Thursday of last week. Mr.
and Mrs. John Moore have lolnnied to
New York State, where, they will reside.
Gladys Branoh is sick with bionchltis.
Mrs. J. N. Arial is no better. Mr. and
Mis. Wesley Clapper and children of
Mlddjcbury were with her mother. Mis.
Ida Waiuwrlglit, a few days last weik.
Joseph Matot and Mr. Chnmberlin of
Rutland wore at William Branch's over
II. J. Peek visited friends In Pittsfoid
over Sunday, Kllsha Follansbee and Miss
Annie Dolpha were married at the homo
of the Initio in Pittsford January ID. J. F.
Peck attended the Eollansbee-Delpha wed
ding in Pittsloid Friday, A. I'. Roscoe
Hid wife gavo a whist party to a few of
lliclr friends January 17. Attorneys Cush
man and Russell were In town Thursday
hi consultation with selectmen and dep
uty sheritf. Mr. and Mrs. F. K. Rowley
wcio In Middlebury Sunday. The Ladies'
union mot wllh Mis. Thresla Greg
ory Wednesday, tlm 21th. The Hon. W.
J. Van Patten of Burlington was in town
Friday to nttend the funeral of Mrs. Dr.
Sanborn. Miss Elizabeth Hathaway of
Adams, Mas3., is the guest of her sister,
Mrs. A. I Roscoe.
Cyrus Norton has gone to Proctor to
work In the miirblo mills. Judson Day
leccntly had quite an experience with
tho horso which lio was driving having
1111 attack of blind staggers, -Tho horse
Dually got away from him and lan
somn distance befoie It was caught,
Ira llaiber's llttlo glil Is sick.
D. W. Doane, constable, was called to
Gcorgo Thomas's late last Wednesday
evening lo arrest a tramp who was placed
In tho cage or safe keeping. On Thurs
day morning ho was brought befnro H.
I). Brunch, Justice of the peace, L. B,
Needham prosecuted. He was sent to the
Houso of Correction at Rutland for 00
days. Allowing him 2i hours to pay, which
lie could not do, Constable Doauo took
him down to Rutland on Friday. They
there believe him to b insane. Orson
Vallo's funeral in Brandon on Sunday
last was attended by a largo number of
Masons from Orwell. Mr. Vnll was 1111
Orwell boy. Orwell wus well rcpiesoiit-
id at tho rallioad mooting In Middlebury
last Thursday. Tho Homo Missionary
meeting In tho ladles' room last Friday
afternoon was addressed by M1ss Auman
the field secretary, and was largely at
tended. Tho meeting Friday evening wits
also uddres&td by her in the vostry.
Mrs, Joseph Fortln is not ns welt for a
few days past. Mrs. E. Ashley's funcrat
was held from St. Paul's Church Satur
day at 10 11. 111. Miss Auman spoko In
tho Congregational Church Sunday morn
ing and ovcnlng. Sho wns enjoyed by till.
Wnllnce Campbell nnd daughter,
Helen, were tho guesls of Mr. and Mrs.
If. C. Hubbard Sunday. D. M. Strong
of Ilothel was In town the tlrst of the
week. Clarence jVlnton, who has been
visiting his daughter, Mrs. Montzcr, In
Somervllle, Mnss., returned Friday. 11.
J. Swlnyor and wife have moved to
Rochester. Mr. und Mrs. H. W. Boyd
visited her parents In Rochester Tues
On tho evening of the 17th Inst, tho
Ladies' Independent Reading Circle
held their fourth meeting nt the home,
of Mrs. Friend Flslt. Tho gentlemen who
were Invited to attend were treated to
an entertainment which was enjoyed by
all present An nmuHng and Instructive
programme was well carried out by the
ladles assisted by the children, Several
selections of nitislo and singing were fur
nished by Mrs. A. T, Booth and son. At
the close of the enlcrtnlnmcnt refresh
ments were served, consisting of cot
fee, sandwiches, Ice cream and cake.
The meeting was closed until January
31, when the clrclo will meet with Mrs.
H. K. Williams started on Monday for
11 trip to North Carolina. Harry Wis
sell is ill in bed. The Nichols cheese
factory paid !M cents per pound for but
ter fnt of November milk. The drama
"Our Jim" was a good piny, well ren
dered. Tho ChnmplHln Valley Tele
phone company can row connect with
tho New England line hi a few towns.
Tho Christian Kndeavor meeting Jan
uary i8 will be lid by Miss Flora Wis
sell. Topic, "Home Mission In Our
Cities." Andrew Dillon, who has been
visiting Mr. und Mrs. T. J. Hutkr, lias
returned to Bristol.
Elisha Follansbeo and Miss Anna Dcl
pha were married 11 1 the home of the
bride In Plttslleld Friday, January 1!',
and are slopping witli ills parents, Mr.
and Mrs. David Fnllansbeo at present.
Over 30 were present at the farmers
annual meeting and oyster supper at
the home of Daniel Sargent Friday even
ing, the !lh, and enjoyed a very social
visit. Fred Wright will go to Portches
tcr, N. V., Saturday, where he has a
Presiding Klder Dow held quarterly
conference nt the Methodist parsonage
Tuesday morning of this week. The
Rev. W. R. Ryder has returned from
Moners, N. Y where he assisted In 11
vlval services. Patrick Simon lias pur
chased the boat which piles between
Adams' Ferry and Uarbor's Point and
will at once begin repairs and get her In
readiness as soon as tho boating season
opens. Stanley Bacon of Waltham was
the guest of Frank Ryder over Sun
day. CALEDONIA COUNT!
Joseph Murphy and wife visited In
Ryegate last week. Miss Alice Nichols,
who Iins been visiting her sister, Miss
Carrie, returned to her home in St. John
bury Wednesday night. J. K, Mitchell
eNpccts to move his shoe stoic from the
Cowles block to tho Marshall hloclt on
Main street. The change will tako place
about I'cbruaiy 1. Mrs. Anderson of
Winooskl visited nt the home of I. P.
Titus last week. Mrs. K. F. F.irrlngtou
has been visiting fiiends In Burlington
for a few days. She was accompanied
home by Mrs. Charles Young and son,
who will visit her for a few days.
Charles ,. Pierce was called to Calais
Jan. 17 to attend the funeral of h's
great unci". A very enjoyable social
was hold In the Acid"my hall bv tile
eighth and ninth- grades. Miss Berha
Jennings wns absent liom her school
duties several days lust week on account
of Illness, Her position was supplied
by student blip fiom the high school.
.Sunday last the ice wont out of Mad
pal Church hrld a meeting Tuesday
afternoon at the home of Mrs, J. O.
I.aJoy. Bank Inspector Cobb of Island
Pond inspected the Savings bank Tues
day. Little Dorris Lawson has been con-
llncd to tho house seveial days by Illness.
Mrs. R. M. Wilbur is confined to the
house by Illness, The. fifth entertainment
In the lecture course was given Tuesday
rening when the Apollo Glee and Min
strel club gave 11 veiy pleasing enter
tainment at the opera house. Tho enter
tainment, which was to liave been given
Satufday night under the auspices of the
1. O. O. F., was not given, on account of
Hie lllncs of the reader. Miss Kva Dun
ning. EAST HARD WICK.
Mrs. A. J. Larrabee and son were the
guest of her parents Saturday nnd Bun-
day. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Slurry were
In Danville a few days tho Mist of the
week to attend her giiindfather's funeral.
Mrs. Ada Gould was quite sick last week
with the grip, but Is much better nt the
present. Mrs. Drury Goodrich Is sick
with pneumonia. Susie Waterman is
spending a week with her uncle In Bar
ton. II. F. Wllnierson lias moved Into tho
house vacated by Harry Elsworth, II.
,. Buibank is quite sick with the measles.
II. C. Jennings will begin work in the
cieamery soon. He will live In tho upper
tenement of A. J. Cote's house, Joel Dow
is working for A. J. Burbank.
H. H. Howard has purchased of George
Bliedlct his village lot and house and
will move soon. Mrs. Lucy Prior and
son, Willis Prior, of Worcester, Muss,,
are visiting In town. Mrs. Flynn of St,
Albans, mother of Mrs. L. C. Towles, (s
reported ns somewhat better. Tho John
McNIchols house and lot, also shop, has
been sold to Aionzo Chase of Richmond.
Mrs. 11, H. Halo had the mlsfortuno
to fall on tho lee and fracture her wrist,
Mrs. Lucia Houghton lias gone to
Bakersfleld for an extended visit at S
(.'. Hounghton's. Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank
Church have gono to New York for n
few days. A very pleasant donation
party was held nt thn home of tho Rev.
O. L. Barnard Tuesday night. A good
number were in attendance from his
three parishes, Jericho, IJnderhill and
Underbill Center. Substantial tokens of
regard were left by them.
Tho Ladles' Aid society met Wed
nesduy with Mrs. Bradford at F. 11.
Howe's. Asa Church has sold his farm
to Nowell Story. Mrs, Small and child
ren are spending a few days with her
parents, Mr. und Mis. II. Bouth. Mrs,
L. II. Roscoo was the guest Friday f
Mrs. IJ, S. Miutlu.-Sholdon Whltcomb
of Richmond waa In town on business
Baturdny. V. Jackson Is to movo Into
the tenement over tho drug slore. Mrs.
Lovely of Barro was a visitor at Mrs.
Ilebert's Saturday. Edwin Bent of Stock
bridge is a visitor In town.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Field of Burling
on nro visiting In town. There will be
a donation for the Rev. Mr. Campbell
nt the Baptist parsonage Tliuriday.
Mrs. Alex Dennis of Burlington Is lu
town tn sec about her farm which Mr
Ynndow has carried on, hut who will
leave It this spring. Mr. E. Bent und
Miss Lnla Lincoln returned Monday to
Milton where they arc helping care for
Mr. Lincoln. Miss Russln wus a gucs
of Mrs. Herbert Tuesday.
A very handsome eight-burner angle
chandelier has been purchased by the
Baptist society for lighting the audlenca
room of the church and was used Sunday
evening for thn first time. W. Milling
ton Roso of Burlington, dramatic read
er and impersonator, will give an en
tertainment at tho town hull the evening
of February 1, under the nusplres of the
Hlnesburgh high school. After the enter
tainment there will be dnnclug until
twelvo o'clock. Mead's orchestra will
furnish music Mrs. Orson Kenyon has
a son from St. Lawrence county, New
York, visiting her and another son from
Shoreliam. Mrs. Kenyon remains about
tho same. Mrs. James Gates Is no bet
ter. Mrs. (.'. L. Eaton of New York U
with her mother, Mis. Louis BIsKonnette.
At the O. E, S. meeting Friday even
ing n beautiful altar was presented to
the chapter by li. II. Tlllcy of St. George
nnd 11 Bible by Mltchet Hinsdale. Mrs.
Minnie Billings, who lias been visiting
her brothers, William and Frank An
drews, has gone to Burlington to visit
her mother. Mrs. O. A. Burlier, who has
been 111, Is nble to be out. The Lidles'
Aid of the Methodist Episcopal Church
had a sociable at the home of C.
O. Peck Wednesday afternoon and even
ing, January 21. The Baptist sociable
was held at Horace K'enyon's Wednes
day, January It The Hull orchestra, who
were Invited to accompany the lllnes
bnrgli Dramatic club lo Bristol, are un
able to do so, owing to a previous en
gagement. -On Friday evening, January
!, about ;C, of the young friends of Miss
Ellen Traecy gave hor a pleasant surprl'-e
at her home, the occasion being hci-
birthday. The evening was pleasantly
spent in playing games and a bountiful
supper was served. Music was furnished
by Buell Derby on the phonogiaph.
Slid received many useful nnd pretty
La Pintle, chapter, O. K. S., held I heir
regular convocation last Friday evening
In the new town hall nt which time Dr. F.
R. Stoddaid, D. D. !. P., with 30 other
members of ChnnipUIn chapter were
visitors. 'I he Rlchmnnod chapter was rep
resented by Mr. and Mrs. Clmiles D. Wnr
icn and duushlir. Mi Sylvia, fine can
didate wns Initiated Tpwards of lu) mem-
beis of the oidei partook of the oyster
supper which was served In the hull dining
100m, nftr.r which a social hour wns spent
in the hall, music being furnished by
Miss dare Hull on the piano, Marcus Hull
violin, mid ('. F. Martin cornet. The
chicken pie dinner m heduled for February
7 has been called off on account of otlier
events on that dale.
The Rev. T. J. Harris is visiting- tho
Rev. Wm. Vater and other friends in
Wisconsin. Euseb Sanctuary lias
opened a furnltuie store in ills block.
Sap ran good Sunday and the outlook
Is for a good sugar season. li. L. Bal
lard lias rented the part of the old Bell
house recently occupied by P. Read &
Co., and will use It for a paint shop.
Principal Kellogg spent Saturday nnd
Sunday with his parents in Monkton.
Mrs. Kate Collins Is vlritlng her broth
er, Dr. C. J. Rusacll In Burlington
Miss Mildred M. Partch is visiting her
aunt, Mrs, Ellen Andrews in Burling
ton. The meadows south of the village
were flooded with water Sunday, Mer
rltt Wniren 1ms moved from tho Gaf-
fany place to Monkton. The quaran
tine for scarlet fever lias been removed
from the Wm, Flnley place, but the
Guy childien, who had the disease, will
not attend school again this winter.
P. E. McAuIiffe of Burlington was in
town yesterday on business Senator A.
T. Stevens, who has been confined to the
bed for several weeks. Is able to be about
the lioiiK again and hope? In bo out
again soon -The Rev. A. J. Glynn was
quite ill Sunday and was unable to offi
ciate. He is reported somewhat better.
Miss Georgia Towels Is spending a few
days with her parents, Sir. and Mrs. T,
W. Towr r. The Infant son born to Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Toweis died last Friday.
Mrs. Toweis who was lu a ciitical con
dition nt that lime, Is reported some
what la iter. There will lie an entertain
ment in tho vebtry of the Dnlvorsallst
Church Thursday evening, January
under tht auspices of the King's Dnugh
teis. It will consist of the exempllllca
tlon of the degrees of "Tho New Wom
an's Roiorm Club." The highways on the
south side of tho river between Richmond
and Jonosille is blocked by the Ico from
the liver. George Dciong has severed Ills
connection with the Bellevue House and
gone to his father' homo in Bristol, A
large forte of men are at work changing
the wlies from the old poles to the new
10 arm poles Just set by the New England
The New Woman's Reform club will
be given at the I'niveisalWt Church ves
try by the Lulhe M. Smiley Circle of
King's Daughters Thur.sdiy evening.
January :5. Miss Georgia Towers is
visiting her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. T. W.
Towers. Mrs, Henry C. Philips is lu
town earing for her daughter, Mr'. W.
W. Miller, who is 111 with acute bron
chitis. The book committee appointed
by The All Aiound club have purchas
ed with the Jonas Barber fund of SXO
books for the Richmond library. Mrs.
William T. Tlllcy is 111 with influenza,
MhcIIsou Tler of Jonesvllle is oil the
sick list with heart trouble, Mr. and Mis.
Loien Tonillnson of Stowe nnd Mr. nnd
Mrs. Chenev Tonillnson nnd son of Un-
derhlll were the guests of Deacon nnd
Mrs. Newton Tonillnson over last Sunday.
The ice has ,gone out of the river. The
roads were never In worse condition lu
tho spring of the year. There has not
been quilii as much building in town as
last year, but 11101 e than JilO.ono has been
expended In the vlllago for building pur
poses, Mm. D. J. Sonlres lias built a fine
residence! on tho Colo Gleason place.
Capt. G, A. Edwards has built one of tho
largest modem barns In tho State. Some
$,0f) lias been expended In building
about the condensed factory. Several oth
er dwelling houses havo been hullt on
thn Baker addition. Tuesdry, tlm :3rd,
some farmers plowed green swnid.
At the meeting of North Star Iidge, F.
& A. M., Tuesday afternoon nnd evening
four members toiik the F. C. degree nnd
two tho master's degree
The annual supper and roll call of tho
Congregational Church was held In the
veBtry last Thursday evening, A boun i
ful supper was served nt fi p, m. lo a
large number of tho members and their
families and others who attended the
church, Tlm supper was followed by tho
roll call, letters from absent members and
remarks by thn How. E P- Trent of
Richmond and also by the pustor, the
Rev. U, E, Herrlck.-MIss Charlotlo Hail
of Boston and Mrs. Harrison Jackson
of Burlington were among those who
attended from out of town. Miss Delia
Denno of Burlington spent Sunday nnd
Monday nt her father's, Levi Denno.
Quite 11 number from this place attend
ed tho dunce at Georgia lust Friday even-!
Ing. -Miss Alma Everest fiom the west
part of the town has been visiting her
uncles, N. E, and H. O. Pholps.-A dele
gation from the lodge nf Odd Fellows
was lu Butllngton last week and bought
11 piano nnd furniture for the now lodge
rooms.- Mrs. Andra St. John l spending
a few days with friends In Pittsford.- M .?s
Jenova. Patterson has a position In SI.
Albans. Miss Bertha Hewey spent Fri
day nnd Saturdny of last week nt her
brother'!! In Falrfax.-Mrs. L. S. Tlllot
son has been very sick with pneumonia
but Is Improving. William Kennedy Is
attending business college In Burlington.
Charles Jackson's children all have the
whooping cough. .led P. Tlllotson of
Morrlsvllle Is to work for his brother,
Orrln, tills season.
Messrs. M. W. nnd S. E. Hinsdale re
turned home Saturday from a business
trip to Grand Isle. Miss Margnrctto Tll
lcy returned home Friday from 11 few
days' visit with friends In South Bur
lington. Mr. nnd Mrs. Homer Phelps of
Willlston spent Friday nt It. II. Tllley's.
-Several members of the O. S. S. of tills
place nttcntltd the chapter meeting In
Hineshuigh last Filday cenlng.
The chicken pie supper for the benefit
of tho Hlnesburgh soldiers' monument
fund under tho auspices of tho W. R.
C. will bo held at the town hall In
Hlnesburgh on Tuesday February 0 at
llvo o'clock, after which will bo pre
sented that favorllo drama "Valley
Farm."- Mr. mid Mrs. Tlrns Ishiim of
Willlston were lu town Sunday after
noon bringing O. W. Isn.im nnd wife.
Miss Carrlo Small returned home on
Sunday from a three weeks' visit with
her sister, Mrs. M. W. Hinsdale. John
L. Adams .'pent Sunday with his
brother-in-law, Ell O. Turrlll, on tho
Mrs. W. N. Newell of AVestford was
In town on business Tuesday. K. R.
Smith Is slowly Improving of ills recent
Illness, A hash supper will bo given In
the vestry Firlday evening under the.
direction nf the Ladles' Aid. Isaac
Devoid has been laid oft from his well
drilling several weeks with a. stomach
trouble. Schools will close In two or
three weeks for the winter term. Thn
annual meeting of Lake View cemcteiy
will lie held In the seminary the lirst
Saturday in February at one o'clock p
Wc can boot you nnd shoo you, clothe
you and feed you, also cut your hair and
shavo you. For in addition to our regular
line nf diy goods and giocerles wo have
added a meat department and barber
shop, (.'(imo and see us and be convinced
that our goods are the best value ever
offered for tho money. Roderlc W. Eno,
nt the store formerly occupied by G. E.
Prlr.dle & Sous. IMi.wcd&fr&w.
School In district No. It opened Mon
day morning after a vacation of four
weeks on account of diphtheria. There
lias been almost an epidemic of tonsllitis
In this place which, lu two cases, de
veloped dlphtheila. John Sequin fHl last
week while filling his Ice house and crack
ed two of his ribs. When just able to
be out from that cause he wns hurt by
a horso and again confined to tho house.
He is able to be out again now, Henry
Sears has been conllned to the house
with a sprained knee, caused by slip
ping on an Icy path. Timothy Hurley
has taken Cynthia Mead's farm for the
year, beginning March 1. William Pal
mer lost a horse Friday from nu acute
attack of heaves.
Dr. Geo. Spillcr, optician, will be at
Dupnnt's Hotel January -,, at Fuller's
.Mrs. Richard Nichols nnd Infant son of
Northtleld aro visiting her mother, Mrs.
Willis Cady. Mrs. V. R. Sargent and
Mrs. L. A. Taft returned fiom visiting
friends in Burlington Saturday. John
llulett, who has hi en visiting ills brother,
Frank, has returned to Waterbury. As
Hcniy Porter was working In tho field
Tuesday lie found a grasshopper as lively
as though spring had conic Mrs. Harry
Ellis Is ill with the grip.
Tlieic will lie a benefit for I. Ring on
tho evening of January 31. A short en
tertainment will be given, f including
dialogues, music, games nnd a phono
graphic, amusement. Supper will be
served. Mis. Snyder Tonillnson of Stowc
was in till" place Sunday for a short stay,
also Mrs, Newton Tonillnson of Jonesvllle.
W. c. Spraguo returned from Milton
Saturday night, accompanied by John
Granger, who was a guest of Mrs. 1', A.
Goitou over Sunday. The cottage praye
meeting this week will bo on Friday even
ing nt the home of Mrs. Mary Sweet.
Mis Kale Thompson led tho Christian
Endeavor meeting Sunday evening, The
next meeting of the King's Daughters is
postponed mill! February 11 on account of
the benefit for Mr. Ring.
Mrs. Hiram Tierce Is In Jericho caring
for her daughter, Mrs. Germain. Mrs.
Mary Taft of Richmond Is visiting Mrs.
John Fnrgo. Mrs. James Benway was
called to Bristol Tuesday by tho serious
lllnefs of a young brother. Spencer
Rounds Is more comfortable. Mrs. Mary
Sweet is housekeeping for Hiram Pierce
In the absence of her sister, Mrs. Sarah
Fin go has returned from Maine, where
sho has bcn with a sister for a few
The young Indies of tho Baptist
Young People's society will give an en
tertainment lu the vestry of the church
Friday evening, February L After the
entertainment refreshments will be
erved.-Miss Emily Mauley went to
Maine Monday, where sho expects to en
ter a hospital to trnlnofor a nurse.
Mr. nnd Mrs. William Scveranco went
to Canada for a short visit Wednesday,
The ladles of the Congregational Church
will give a dlmo social at the. parish house
next Tuesday evening, January 30.
Friday the 15th ln!.t. a son was born
to Mr. nnd Mrs. Ambroso St. George,
Miss Sarah Wooster arrived homo last
week from Highland Park, 111,, after 1111
absence of two years with her slstur,
Mrs. milliard of that city. Mrs. Trnpp
of llliinshiirsh wns tho guest of Mrs.
Nellie Horsford for 11 few days recently,
Mr, 'frapp hns gono on 11 visit to Ger
many. William Carpenter has recently
purchused a driving horso of II, S.
Fonda for tho sum of J1W.
Tho lako Is clear of Ice for the second
time this winter. A. B. Wood returned
fiom Bristol Wednesduy, whero he pur
chased a horse. Miss Anna Osgood left
Saturday for Essex to visit friends,
Charles, son of Mr. nnd Mis, R, E, Bul
lock, is ill with a hard cold and nu ubscess
forming on tho glands of his neck, Mrs.
Sarah Mills was railed to St. Albans Sun
day by tho Illness of her daughter, Mts,
Myrtle Bassford, O. A. Stanley received
it telephone message Monday of tho death
of his aunt, Phoebe Patterson, In Georgia,
itged 9(5 years. The funeral wns held
Wednesday at thn house. Ephralm MIIIh
of Lexington, Ky., Is visiting friends In
town. Mis. Roy Howard and daughter
.Madge passed Thursday mid Filday with
Mr. and Mrs. Isunc. Howard of West Mil
ton, William Granger and Jntno It-
porte nro sawing wood In lids vicinity,
Mortimer Reynolds nnd sister, Mis, Roy
llownrd nnd daughter Madg" passed Sun
day with their hi otlier John tit East
Mr. Perrlgo, who carries on Row
ley's farm, tapped a few maple trees
Saturday und reports 11 fine run of sap
Sunday and Monday. Robins also made
their uppearance Monday.
Mrs. Harriet Chauvln was married
to Leander Chauvln f8 yenrs ago this
month, and made lier own wedding
rlothe.-!, and now' at the lige of 74 years
is making hor granddaughter's wed
Tho marriage of Miss Ida Luvallen
and Lewis Colletle will take placo In
St. Catherine's Church January 25.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Sheridan have re
turned from Chicago, whore they attend
ed tho funeinl of their brother, Deputy
Sheriff James Sheridan, who died sudden
ly. The town clerk reports 3S births, 20
deatlis and seven marriages In town
tho past year, 1H0.1,
Joseph Boauehlmln hns sold his
house to Plillls Bacon and Jennie Wil
cox. Possession given March 1; price,
The minimi meeting of tho share
holders of the Khelburne Co-operative
Cieamery company was held nt the
town hall January 23 und the follow
ing officers were elected: Directors,
L. C. Ray, W. S. Ball, O. F. Poet, James
Cowan, George M. Palmer; secretary
treasurer, II. I. Goodsell; vice-president,
W. S. Ball; auditors, I. O. Elliott,
W, W. Irish. The report of tho secretary-treasurer
showed that the cream
ery company has had the most prosper
ous -year of any since Its organiza
tion. Tho creamery paid patrons 27Vic
per pound for butter fat for tho month
of December, 1003, or $1.10 for 4 per
The Rev. J. B. E. Poullot, pastor of
the church of the Holy Family, begins
a month's vacation net Saturday,
when ho will sail from New Yoik for
a trip among the southern Manila and
along the coast of South America. He
will lio .accompanied by Ills brother, J.
K. Poullot of Rivere do Loup, Canada,
Father Poullot lakes tho trip to lecu-
perate his health which he has lost
The marriage of Miss Mary Robalr,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alec Robair
iifNMIlton, to Fred Domng of this village
took place at the f'atliolic parsonage
Tuesday morning. The Rev. J. B. E
Poullot performed the ceremony.
The programme which will follow the
supper whirh the Epworth lingua is to
serve In the W. C. T. F, hall to-morrow
evening, is ns follows: Selection by male
quartette, "Fishing;" solo, "Comln' Thro'
the Rye,-' Miss Lotta Story; reading,
"Patient Mercy Jone." Miss lima Tut-tie-
solo, "The Lass with a Delicate Air,"
Miss Helen Durfeo; reading, "Entertain
ing Her Big Sister's Beau," Miss Kate
Story; solo, "Would You Care?" Frank
II. Osborne; reading, selected, Mls Mar-
Jorle tlulbert; male quartette, "Juanlta;"
"Past," chorus, "The Old Oaken
J. E. Poullot of Rlvlre de Loup, Can
ada, who is to accompany Ills brother,
the Rev. J. H. E. Pouliot, on .1 cruise to
tho West Indies, has arrived here. Yes
terday they went to Montpelier for a
A 9 1-2-pound boy was born to Mr. and
Mrs. T. O'Connor of North street Tues
Arrangements are being made for a
course of lectures In 1m given In the
near future for tho henorit of the hbra
ty. 'lhose having tho matter in charge
are happy to announce that the Rev.
t J. Staples, pastor of the I'nitarian
Church, Burlington, Prof. O. II. Perkins
and Piof. L. R. Jones of th Fnlversity
of Vermont, will be among those who
will take part.
Mr. nnd Mrs. .1. N. r.llis returned from
their visit in Boston Friday night. -Mr.
Lincoln leinains about the same. Mrs.
Miimt S5iiillli U better. also t le llttlo
Gonyeaii gills are recovering from their
accident. Maurice Gianger, a little son of
William Granger, i suffering from
John Granger went to Huntington Mt
urday returning home Monday. Arthur
Gonyeau is to work for C. E. Osgood an
other year. He began Ins work Mon
day. Little Maurice Gringer. who has
been sick from tonsiUlis is much bet
The King's Daughters nrclo will meet nt
tliolr mnms VrliblV. J.llUiar.V 2rt. Tile Oll-
away club will meet with Miss Colbeck
Wednesday night at the home or Mr nnu
Mrs. Byron C. Johnson. -Mis. Anna Brad
!,.,. i,r.,ii,r mi- llmklev. has been visit
ing with lier'u few days.-Jnhn K'eefe. Jr.,
is visiting ills old home on the llat.-Tlieru
u'.n ,i ,inro ni 1 1 1 ri town hall 1 nutsuay
night of last week.-MIss L. M. Rrown Is
spending ii few days with Mr. and Mrs.
in,-.,,,. iunM in Burlington. Miss
Dalvy Lashua Is staying w ith Mrs. Darling
during her sister's absence.-.iis. niiia.u
Ferguson Is slowly iniprovlng-There was
;i calendar social at the cnurm ..i mu
Tho fourth quartetly conference ot mo
vin,.iit 1'i.Ucoo.il Church was held
Saturday hist, the Rev. P. L. w presld
lug. Bv a unanimous vote, the presid
ing elder was requested to usu his lnllu
enco In securing the return of the pastor,
the Rev. Leigh lUcfenilol 1, ior me ensu
ing conference year.
A very enjoyable and happy event was
the observance of the 'JOIli wedding
anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Frank S.
Ransom of this village Saturday evening,
January V when somewhat over 100 of
the relatives and fi lends gathered at tho
home of the Misses Meikle and Church,
and Mr. and Mrs. Edward -S. Ransom to
offer their congratulations and well
wishes to the bride and groom of 20
years, who had been Invited down to
spend the evening. During the early
part ot the evening, Mr. and Mrs. Ran
som ircclvo the congratulations of the
company In the couth parlor, up stairs,
tho room being very prettily decorated
with evergreen and wedding colors. Later
In tho evening a pleasing programmo of
entertainment was rendered ns follows;
Remarks and prayer, by tho Rev. Mr,
Uofflu; singing by tnulo quartette; ori
ginal poem by Mrs. (!. C. Blcknell; piano
duet by Mis. Iliggins nnd Mrs. Jordan;
reading by Mrs, L. 11. Chopin: duet by
the Rev. and Mrs. Goffln, and solo by
Mrs, Goffln; recitation by Miss Florence
Blcknsllj plnno solo by Mrs. Hlgglns;
recitation by Bailey Goffln, election by
male quartette; and presentation of
gifts by E, B. Jordan, with response by
Mr Ransom. Immediately after tho pro.
gramme, which was given In the lower
rooms; tho friends were Invited to tho
rooms nbove, whero n dainty and genor.
oils collation was served. The gifts to Mr.
and Mrs. Ransom vvcro a handsome din
ing set of ctocliery, given by the Grl'fln
relatives of the bride; and her sister,
.Miss Church; and un elegant new style
quartered oak hnrfot, and six dollar
In cosh, contribute by tliolr many
friends In tho community, The Rev. Mr
Onfrin went to Burlington Tuesday to at.'
tend the American board mlsslonnrj
meeting there. A sociable Is to be glvlnj
nt the parsonage Thursday evening un
dor tho auspices nf the Ladles' Alt!
society. A. I. Goodell, ieturni.il fron
his business trip to Boston nnd New
York, Monday night. Albert McUmghhr
expects to go to Montpelier Saturday
whom he has a position nt the Pavllloi
hotel. Asa, Church hns sold has firm
stocks, tools, nnd etc, to N S. Story
who takes possession February 20. Thli
farm has bien In the Church family C,
year.. Jninos Sturtevant has rented tV
Edmund Martin frnm and takes posi..t
slon March 1.
to tho hou.so for thn
. " ' "III lilt
measles, Is out ogaln.-Mrs. C. Austin hat
iciurncu rrom a visit of several days witl
her daughter. M
slde.-Ralph llebb, station agent, has beer
promoted to Havo cnarce or ilm ui,,!,.,,,
Hlghgate and has assumed his now duties
.v young man from Cambridge ic tn.
poinrily lu chnrw ot this slatlon.-Piof
M. Jvoeler and wife returned Mnmlnv
from a four weeks' vacation. Mrs. s
Keelcr nnd grandson are spending a few
dnys In Montpelier with relatives - A G.
rait spent a few davs In L'.it Wain.,,..
ford the first of the week. William Ayeii
s assisting In Rlces's store for a few (lav
The sessions nt the Institute wen V,
slimed Tuesday after a month's vn nt i ,
John Drinkwlno moved Tuesday fiom
Cambridge lo the Williams farm which
lis will carry on the coming year M. B.
Adams and wife have returned fiom
Windsor, where thev went tn attend Hie
funeral ot his mothei-.-Brown's River
creamery paid ?1.H per hundred pounds
ior uceonibor milk; W. B. Johnson .fc
lo, paid Jl.io for tho b.unc period.
Mrs. C. E. Noyce and daughter returned
from Franklin Thursday of last week.
A social danco will be given In town hall
on January 2. Music will bo furnished
by Westfoid orchestra. Miss Sarah Moi-
gnn died Sunday afternoon after a long
tllncsss with cancer of tho stomach. Tlm
funeral wns held at her late homo Tues
day nt 1 p. m. Mr. and Mis. Will Corliss
ot Duxbiiry have been in town for a t. vv
days. Tho Fortnightly club meets with
Mrs. James H. Grow Thursday afternoon.
The programmo Is as follows: "Introd'i -
tion of Christianity to John Know " Mrs.
Grow; "Covenantors to James II Mis.
Rice; "Later Religious Movements," Mr.
Stone. Irving Beach Is not as well. H i
mother and Mis. G. J. Hohart were ca'led
to St. Albans hurriedly Thursday bv h
-erious condition. Harry Hopkinson
nt homo for .1 Ibreo woL-u' i-ootin
M-r. l)nn-l Tin...t.H i i -
lows: H. It. Stone, C. C; T. W. Grow,
V. C: A. T. Kenvnn. nrolnte. r. a
Kenyon, R. of It. and S.: W. 11. Morcan.
.ii. ui ii. i. ray, ji. ot 1'.: u. .1.
"u.ini .... ui r.. . j. uiucs. niasrer o
... u. -i mi ti jvjiu iii-s pair o
Mnv wnnt Ir, VJftllrt,..- T.'oll 1.., Ci.
shops of the Vermont Farm Macli.n
Co. Tho ice broke up in the river las
-u.iimiiy iiimu. uctico) L.mmoi oiucj
.... .I.pa ( w, !.-..!. 41.1.. Aln
Constable E. IS. York of West Bolto
11 1'rr 111 nil.'. J). lit ui iiie I'jwu l licsimj
searcuniK 101 a norsc which nan net
traded and on which Gordon held
Claim. Their search was unsiifcessfu
Tuesday night. The lumhcrnic 1 hav
nearly all left the different u ps a
tlio re nt thaw made it Impossible
carry on their work. Mr. and Mrs, 11
I. arose aro visiting in lliricsiurs
At a special meeting of the villa-
trustees Tucsay evening, to wh h tli
public was invited, thn board gran'i
a franchise to John it, D,ivvon, hi
successors or assigns to install a gi
plant In the village. The meeting w.i
attended by a number nf tho busines
men of tho village and others and n!
expressed tuemscives as ne.triny i
favor of tho proposition. After
number of remarks by some of thos
present nnd tho reading of tho pernu
by the dork of the board, Trustee Al
phonso Dubuc moved that tho proposi
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iiniiu.ittvi .. uviiii.nt ,11 1 in i j uri.i
xuu mm HllH-111 lliuu IS liciiuctl II
.Mr. iNiivsun, according to mo perm'
must begin work on the new plant ii"
later than August 1, 1906, and have tli
same completed and readv to dlsnrns
In .I,a r...l.lt,. -. .U..
f,.,., l.KJ , U j ..US 11WIII llltl
date. The cnmn:niv nmnnin to nor
slble, and In the early spring oiura
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Innlf will, ; i.nh-ilH of nlirtllt T.i) fie
clinic ipnr. s ni r nr in .vn i n
house 30x12, coal pockets and othe
smaller buildings. Wnik on the main
nnd connections in tho stivcts to
tinner too siinervisinn oi mo viua
trustees ' in nrooosllion slionutle
l'y .Mr. iinwsnii is viiiuuiucu in il in'i
manetit act under charter granted b
the State Legislattue In 1000,
TJio lec n mo v inoosKi river atiine t
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tlon went out Tuesday afternoon nbot
three o'clock with a great lo.ir and crasl
and on the meadows above the fort an
mill. tneso heenieil to conic ingeiui
and niako a dash for the. mteiv.iles whlc
lorceii in Mini, now n nu ihtimhu ui h
large VOllllllU III ICO ami n.m-l nn
camo into tneir wneei pu .vi me uuuin
mill ..tii-i.- it.v i'.'.ii. ,-,,..,,.. ,. ...w ....
linn onmii.mv is lociiieri evira men we
put nt work to keep the gates free fro
Ico and driftwood. At tho opposite eh
nf llin I- ver the uimlon collllianv we
taking measures to protect their new
for dam which was recently finished.
iw was iieiu n ii mri'iiK eni i..,v
feet long nnd assisted in Keeping me i
nnu iv,iii-i limit iiuiii urn "
n.no ..,..!. 1... II.A ii'nrWmon timl.li I
supervision of Mr. Whitney to change t