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THE BLRI INGTON FREE VllKSS : TITUUSDAY, MAItOII 20, IflOfi.
One Cent A WORD. I Advertising- In this cohynn ono cent ti (word, each Insertion. Cory niay be ! cIuuirciI every week. Cash In itelvanco re tiulrcd. No advertisement taken which 13 less tlinn twclvo words, two lines. Special terms to advertisers using rem lo J.000 llnce within twclvo consecutive Months, ' i . - POINTERS. OWNERS OF FARMS who wish to hire liolp or to soli ii fnrm should use this column. Nearly 6,000 copies of this pnper nro Fold every Isano nnd your advertise Jnont would bo read by many possible! buyers. 37,wU WANTED. l SCHOOL wiinled by experienced teach or. Address, "J..." this ouiee. 7.".".t.tw,U "WANTED A good Rlrl nr mliliUc-aged woman for light housework. Apply to Mrs. A. (i. Anderson, Milton, Vt. 13, wit M ANTED AT ONCEA competent stair builder and cabinet maker. Ono who ihnruiuthly understiuids a turning lathe preferred, llohlen .Vs Martin, llrattlc boro, Vt. Ssw.Sl. FOR SALE. tnKAJIKRV OUTFIT for sale. Going it of tlio business we offer our cnliro roamery outfit all In good order at it i jrgain. James Bros., Mlddlobury, Vt. 7l,d$t&wit D GCS FOR SETTING for sale, buff or white Wyandotte and barred Plymouth Itoi k. f.i'c for 13. None shlppo'j. Call 2fi3 Colchester avenue. SGd&wlf TOR SALTS A fiOO-foot hot water heltcr, II horse power steam boiler. W. B. Gates 2tt,cl&w,tf 5-0 LIGHT DYNAMO for sale In Good condition; "also ,10-llght dynamo as pood as new. These nra both VS volt ;md will run many more lamps on lower oltnge. Flee Press Association, Bur lincton. "G.eKwtf IHO'.CE R. I. RKD EGGS for sale, 51.00 ni'r 11, 75o tier rotting. It. .1. Ssnfnrd, Stamford, Vt. ,"S,w3t 3 'OK SALF.-Esrgs fr hutching, Rhode Island Red, White and Golden Wyait lo te. Greystoue Farm, Slielburnc, Vt. SSvv.U. tiRANITU and marble tombstones, inou umenU. markers, mausoleums, etc., by i. ail, eliicct from (in.inles to your lot on oemc-teiy. It you want to save from - to Tki per cent vvitc for our catalogue, prices ami slr.es on Uaire. ,t New England ginniteF. We aim to please. Rano (iranlto Purchasing ARonoy, Avenli building, City nf Bane, branch otHne, 1ST St. Paul street, Rur llngton, Vt. Si!, wit VERMONT IN THE CIVIL WAR for sale., in cloth binding for -ret of two volumes. The second volume alone $1,25. Preo Pi ess Association, Rurllng ton, Vt. lil.wly NOTICE. NOTICE how little It costs to tell thoii panrts nf renders in many towns nf Ver mont what you havo to sell or what you Wish to buy. Advertise ill the Freu Pi ess and nu will set replies to your adver tisement. '.'7,wtt Here We are Again This time It is a Bf nore farm, less Ulan .In minutes ililve to village and Railroad station, on line main road, land nearly ul' tillable, buildings In ' p-to-elate shape, ru'ining water ouse and hern. ceelent fruit, apples, 1 tMi's and plums: tills llttlo farm with cn'ht i hole" cows, pair horses, farm lug and dally tools, all for $.',000, half ish down F. H. .McCinnls Ileal Estate Agency, Essex .liiufllon, Xt. Farm Musi Be Sold llei you are! Almost level farm. About 160 a., 1't- m. to county seat. 1 lnest schools. Main load. Electric lights. Rich soil, rreii from stone. Cuts J Oft tons best hay. Fine sugar orchard. I air house. Largo modern burn. Team, "2 head eitUc. Full equipment farm Mid dam- looK Well worth JG,r00. J nl we shall nil it .tl,00 to $:,5'. fiend 10 cent for r.OU-faim cntaloguo nnd lnap of Vermont. The Reynolds; Real Estate Co., 110 M. Paul St., Iliirlliigtcin, VI. FREE TO FARMERS. To a'iv Fniiuer who wlh write us, men tioning Ibis paper, we will send flee, post jial, sevcuil Inrinulas for malclut,' a tltst- iss feitlllZ'T at home, together with the. .si of the Ingredients, directions for mlx K. "te. I'be Verniont ENpeilineiit .Station hi ts bulletin No. ihi has the following ti say with reference to the value of home mixed fertilizers as compared with the ordinary commercial brands; "On nvi-ry account, however, llniincliil, educational, agricultural, It Is better to buy the crude stock and homo mix jf ono uses a ton or more-.' Every up-to-date, farmer should bo interested In tho subject of home mixed fertilizers and wo aru In posi tion to help them. Address, OARROI.f, H, PACiK, Hyde Park, i't. Teeth Extracted .sljbolmely milium Pain. Tho only ortlco in Uurllnetou where you can koi teotli extracted without a particle of pain without taklpg gas. tly method is used by no other person. No pain; no dnnser; r.o after effects. IJH. I,. 1IA7.EN. Office, 185 Pine St., Uurllngton, Vt Office hours, 10 to a. 7 to 8. Best 25c Dinner I In Ilurllncton nt Kl'S RESTAURANT, Cor. Church and Main Sis. BUTTER THAN IBVIllt. New MuiiHitriiiFiit, I,oit priced short orders at all hours. J. 0. LEGAULT, Prop. How Is This Here at Home. RYNO PILE CURE : neiitlenien ; I Ktiffercd or ten years with the piles. Tried remedy af ter letnedy and different Doctors and could get no permanent relief un til 1 tried your Ryno Pile Cure, unit can now say I nm entirely cured. Respectfully yours, JOIl.V READY, (llaekmati) llurtliiKton, Vt, Jan V P'Oii. For Sale by all Druggists, RYNO PILE CURE, 8 Church St. , - Burlington, Vt. VERMONT LOCAL NEWS (Continued from First Page,) uvcnliiK ot Mrs. Mary E. (Iravcs, widow of the lute A. A. fiinvei, at hot- home en Weaver sireet. Mrs. Graves's death was very .sudden and unexpected. Sho was In her usual health all day Monday, mid in tho eveiiliie; was surrounded by her fam ily. About eleven o'clock she retired and soon after was seized with a crumbing spell. A pbyslcl in was sent for but she soon expired. Tho family physician and members of tho family wero nt her bed side when the end came. Heart t.illure was the siven cause ot death. Mis. Graves was a lovable woman, with n beautiful disposition and character, mul her rnc aim in life was to make those about her happy. Mary Elizabeth J.eclair was born in this villiiKo November K, 3M4. She le ceived In i- early education and training in tills villain and later attended the rsullne con vent In yuchec from which she graduated. January U07. she was nmtrled to A, A. Graves and since that tunc has made her home in this village, with the exception ot a shoit time spent In Tioy, N. Y., ami oilier places. Their union was blessed with four children all of whom survive. Frank 1,., nnd George 'I', of this villngu and Chester 11. of Roston and one daugh ter, liene A., of this village. Sho Is also survived by two sisters, Mrs. Frank E. Miville of Manchester, N. 11., and Miss A. ugust.i l.eilalr of tills village, and two brotlieis, Peter E. of f-'eattle. Wash., and Joseph i:. nl' tins Village. Thomas P.nl.o transferred yesterday to William Haraby the Coombs homestead on Fniou street; consideration, nominal The foni-ve.it -old daughter nt Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rouchnrd died yesterday after a brief lllnes-s with croup. Tim fu neral will be held from St. 1'iancis Xav- ler Church till" afternoon .it two o'clock. CHARLOTTE. James Toner has secured a position with the Stoddard Manufacturing; eom panv ot Rutland as travelins; salesman. Charles .Inbbeit of Plaltsburgh, who has been visiting Mrs. George Jabbert, returned to his home last Tuesday. Carl Rounds of JJurlington is visiting his cousin. Ariinah Tucker. Wallace Coleman will move into Mrs. Alexan der's tenement April 1. Albeit Short sleeves, who underwent an operation at the Mary Fletcher hospital, Is get ting along nicely. School in district No. S will commence the spring term Apiil 0. Albert Cook Is eonllned to the houso by illness. Albert Short sleeves, who has been nt the Mary Fletcher hospital for treatment, is expect ed home next week. Joseph T.orn, Sr., is ill with the giip. RICHMOND. Peer are seen ill this neighborhood almost cvcW day. A deer came into the doorvaid of P. 1. Towers the other day chased by a dog. The iloff was driven away. There lias been seem by a number a very large deep that Is white-faced. Frederic Shep ardsoo. a student at Saxtons River, is spending his vac. U Ion at home. The funeial of John Phillips of Rolton was very largely attended Wednesday from the Catholic Church. Mr- Phillips was one nf the most prominent men in Rol toii, having been elected to many of ficrs of the town, which ho always tilled -with fidelity and trust. He was highly esteemed nnd respected by all the best citizens of his acquaintance. .Some of tho friends nf C. P. Rhodes gave him a surprise Monday afternoon, the occasion being his "full birthday anniversary. Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. Ednar ilarber, Sirs. Frank Uainuni and Jliiam Rates ot Jeiirho, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Rhodes, Mr. and Mis. A. T. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. I II. Flagg and Mr. and Mrs. if. Nichols of Richmond, flames were played and a line supper served and It was n most enjoynblo event. Tho party broke up about nine o'clock. F, G. Nichols was appointed school superin tendent by tho school boaNl. John S. Towers, formerly of Richmond, but now of Miles city, Mont., has been appointed postmaster ot Miles City to lake effect tho ilrst of April. E. Nor ton and tamlly have moved into the Chester Cutler house, known as the 8, I', culler place Mr. anil Sirs. Thadius Stevens have an addition of u daugh ter to their family, The sociable at Mr. and .Mrs. Walter Fuller's last Wed ltesday night was well attended. About a score of the oldest parlshonnrs ot the Rev. E. P. Treat were Invited to the parsonage last Wednesday to din ner. Tho party had u very pleasant and enjoyable time nnd were served with an excellent dinner. Miss Car lotla Andrews and Miss Nina, Shepard soii waited on the tables. Mr. and Mrs. Treat did everything in their power to oulertaln the old yontiff folks. Mrs. Jesse Gloyd Is in Ktowo for a lew weeks' visit with her step daugh ter, jus. I.oren Tnmlinson. The Aid Clrc-lo of Ring's Daughters will meet at the chinch parlors ot tho Congre gational Chinch next Friday afternoon for business. In the rase ot Ktato vs. I'so Deviirneys leat slitter best on tho matket for hard milking cows, 7.cts. Send for one, M. E, Do vnrney 0i N, Main St., St. Albans Vt, FARMERS- - who have much correspondence with buyers in the large cities will find it tho part of wis dom to use .printed letter heads and envelopes and printed bill hoads. This is a cheap way to advertise that you are an up-to-date business man. If you buy your printing of tho FREE PRESS ASSOCIA TION you will bo well treated. o - 37, wit. Mpeneo for assault with Intent to kill Ihn court bound him up to tho county couit under Sluo ball. Ills counsel, Attorney l.eary,' became his ball, his mother giving him security. , SHELBURNE. Allan Huron anil Fred Pent havo formed a partlieislilp In Ilia meal business. They will sell meat at retail mid wholesale, also llvo poultry. I'ho school in the Palmer nnd Fletcher dlstilct leopened Monday with Miss Ethel lllssoiinett nnd Miss Muttlo Stod dard as teachers In the respective) schools. Tin; ladles of St. Catherine's society will rIvo ti maple sugar social with mu sical and dramatic enteiialiiniont lu St. Catherine's hall at Slielburnn Thursday evonltiff, March 2: nt eight o'clock. HUNTINGTON CENTER. The Infant dnughter of Edward Ash died Filday morning of pneumonia. Harry Wright Is seriously III. Miss Kate Ellis Is Miffcilng with nn attack of the grip. Mr. and Mrs. M. Parcher of St. George weie the guests of her sister, Mrs. It. E. Gor ton this week. Mrs. W. H. Tuft went to Notthtleld Saturday to join her husband, who has employment there. Mrs. Goorgo Rounds is visiting tit Jesso Ifalloek's, George Wnrren Is recovciing from an at tack of appendicitis. i'be remains of tho Infant daughter of Kr win il Ash were taken to Hrlstol Sun day for Interment. Mrs, Ambrose Tart Is quite ill. Mrs. Thomas Phillips nnd James Phillips Mr. nnd Mrs. Clinton (illicit ntioudcd the funeral olVlohn Phil lips of Rollon Tuesday. Mrs. James Dwlre and Miss Sar.t Tart of South Slnrksboro were called here Tuesday by the Illness nf Mrs. A. Tart. -Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Tuft returned here from Northlleld Wednesday. The mill lu which Mr. Tatt was employed was destroyed by flie Mon day night. G. W. Drewster visited Dur llngtoii Wednesday.--The sick nt this end of the town nie all Improving. WILLISTON It is reported that the Rev. William 11. Crawfoid is seiionsly 111 at his home in Ephratah. N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Guy A. I.anisnn went Stur..ay to IturlliiRloii, Mrs. I.anison nnd little daughter will re main a week. Mrs. II. C. Johnson has so far recovered us lo attend the meeting ot the King's Daughters circle at their rooms Friday. Miss Mary latulippe was taken very sick last Saturday night while on a visit to Rurllngtori. A daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Rrothcrs is sick. ST. GEORGE. Comrade James Mlllh.im is in poor health. He has let his farm to his son and Installed a latest Improved separator, Mrs. It. R. Forbes of Essex Junction, who spent last week at her faim the guest ot her daughtor, Mrs. William Gray, has returned home. Mts. M. W. Hinsdale still remains In a eiltleal condition. Her sis ter, Miss Carrie Small ot Essex nnd Miss Coleman, a trained nurse from Hurling toll are attending her. Or. A. f. Hlngham nf Wllliston was called In consultation with Dr. A. I,. Lamer nf Hlnesbursh at tending physician on Satuid.iy, the 21th. Mrs. 1. E. Nham was called to lllnesbuigh tho first nf the week on account of the death of her father, Daniel Harvey. Em erson Hinsdale of Wllliston called on rela tives In tills town last Sunday. JERICHO. Pert Jackson lsited relatives In town over Sunday. Tho little son of Mr. mid Mrs. "W. rhesmorn died Friday night. Tho funeral was held Mondav with burial m tho cemetery in this village. Mrs. Tom lln fell on day last week, hurting ono ot her knees very badly. Sho is unable to get around the house. Fred Peiclval was in Hurlingtou all last week, he being on the jury in two cases. Mrs. Mary Hatch has been sick and was unable to attend the funeral of her cousin in Westford last week. Mr. Newstead leoolved word ot the death of his sister last week and went to attend the funeral In New York State. Mrs. Ncwstead's sister, Mis. Ferris, of Burke, N. Y., Is visiting her. Mrs. Flora Gillette Is stopping at tie hotel. Miss McMnmus was in town to attend the funeral of Mr. and Mrs. Chesmore's little son. .Miss Helen McGibbou Is visiting her sister, Mrs. W. Jackson, Mrs. Hlssonette Is confined to the house by sickness. Tho Ruxtnn tenement is soon to be occupied by P. Mrnibbnu. Miss Mai ion Jackson is visit ing her cousin, Phyllis Rrown. Mrs. Dr. nullum! has been uulto sick, Mrs, Rand Is earing for her. ESSEX. The Essex Center Granso attended the food fair at Hutllugton Thursday even ing. The Wiilst club met at Memorial hull Thurdny evening. Head prizes were won by William Wool and Mrs. A. 1,. Dow, new maplo sugar was served for refieshments, Tho Central Telephone emnpany are stringing a. wire through to English .settlement at I'nderhlll. Ezra Gates, who went to South Dakota to svork on F. W. Ayres ranch Is condned to his bed with tho grip. Tho graduating exercises at tho E. C. 1. wero largely at tended last Friday evening,. Ralph Hebb, formerly station agent here, hut truns fered to Ilighgate Springs, lias resigned his position there and accepted a position with tho Rutland railroad at Mlddlebury. The Rev. Jacob Finger preached to a large audience at the Methodist Church Sunday, SOUTH BURLINGTON. Mr. and Mrs. John Naylrm and daugh ter, Edith, of Hrlstol, ponn., are In town, called hero by tho serious illness ot Mr. Nnylon's brother. Mr. Barret has sold his 20 acre farm, on the Wllliston road, known as tho Pro fessor Petty place to the Rev. G. N. Story of Esex Junction, who will move his family hero after making somo repairs on the buildings. Tho Rev. William Dean of Mlddlebury Is in town on business connected with his farm here. WESTFORD. IT. W. Helden pnld 91.13 per hundred for February milk of four per cent, test. The Rev. Georgo It. Baker, formerly pastor of tho Congregational church hcf has re signed Ills pastornto lu Townshend nnd will leave the ministry to take a position as editor of u dally paper In Aberdonu, S, V. Mrs. Gale of East Georgia is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. II. A. Stone, Mrs. II, P. Learned is lu quite a serious con dition from mental trouble. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Periy spent Sunday at Essex Junc tion with Mr. and Mrs. 11. W. Rice, A housH occupied by Frank Roberts and owned by Albert Wc d of Essex was burned Monday afternoon. The lire start ed fiom a defeetlvo chimney or from a stove, pipe II. H. Stono has beon ill for several ridys. E. 1. Frunch leturned from HpiliiKllclrl, Mass., Tuesday. He is un decided about rebuilding his house which whs burned a few days ago. Ralph Or ton of Essex .1 miction Is visiting Mr, nnd Mrs. T. 1,. Orion, The young .sou of Mr, nnd Mrs. Georgo Mtmsou, who Is re covering from pneumonia, Is not as well. WILLISTON. Theiu will bo u maple sugar sociable, lit tho church Filday plcnt, Mrs, Mer chant is so far rccovored us to b ithl to ride to Huiilngton Monday, Mrs. Moses Mnrtello cumo homo Monday. Mr. unci Mis. Robert F.'i'da were In Richmond Sunday. HUNTINGTON. Tho Rev, W, A. Jlnlliawny was able lo pteiich lu bo,h villages Sunday. The Christian Endeavor meeting was led Sun day evening by Miss 1" weet.--Mlss Eleanor Sweet Is homo from Hatro for tn weeks. .Mrs. G. . Sayles Is homo Irom Slnrksboro for n short llinn.-i'he latest victims of Hie mumps urn Miss Myrtle, Swlnyer nnd W. H, Dm nnd. Miss Edith Collins wns home fiom Richmond over Sundn.v.Pelpr l.nfnyettn of South Starksboto visited his daughter, I.ols. nt Mis. Maty Sweet's Saturday and Sunday.- Miss Greta Norton Is entertaining her friend, Miss Gl.idys Glcnsnn ot Hur lingtou. WEST BOLTON. Mrs. A. I j. Hardy, who has been tit with the grip, Is recovering,- 1'", A. Fuller and Mrs. T. I. Hostwiek of Jericho Cen ter were lu town Sunday. W. II. D.nis Is employing s, v. Tomllnson with his gasoline englno to saw up Ills wood pile. Frank Phillips of Hollou was In the west part of tin- town Monday. The Rev. O. W. Campbell nnd wife nf Jericho were In town last week visiting tho sick. . Glenn Morgan, who works for the Host wick Novelty company was home over Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Edward Gnyetti gave a whist party Saturday night, the royal prizes were won by Edward Guyelte nnd Mrs, Patsy Gokey, tho booby prizes were won by J. J I. Bohouon and Miss Edna Hill. HINESBURGH. The funeral of Mrs. llllali It. Owen, wife of Allen S. Owen, who died last week was held from the home Saturday morn ing nt t0;S0 o'clock, Hie Rev. Mr. Chase ot Richmond nlllclating. The buiial wns In the Barker cemetery. Mrs, Owen was In tho (inh year of her age and Is sur vived by her husband, Allen S. Owen, and two sons, Edsnn A., nnd Fred A. Owen. Sho was a woman nf high Chris lian character whose piesence in her home was a continuous l ndld'on and she was held in high cteeni by all who were privileged ti, Unow her. George. II. llurritt has got nut lumber for a. now barn whe h Chalks Mdbr will erect this spring. Aurellus Sykes return ed home Tuesday and will superintend his sugar making Georgo E. Hudson has moved Into the Gihmui house In the village. Andrew Curry with his daugh ter, Mr, jshnm, has moved Intm Mrs. Harris's housu in the village. F. It. Dow has moved into the W. J. Douglass house. Mis. Julia Gng has returned from Thoiupsonville, Conn. -The funeral of Daniel Harvey was held from the resi dence of his son, Walter Harvey, Monday. There are fifty-rue farms lu this town rented or let nut on shares and they in clude the best farms in town. The library trustees have ordetcd a lot of new books which will soon be placed on the shelves. Tho dwelling houan of Leonard Hurritt was burned to the giound early Sunday morning. Mr. Hurritt was absent nt tho barn. Mrs. Hurritt discovered the upper ooins of the house a-lne, it having caught In the attic. She moused tho children, who were still si. cplng, but fortunately all roomed on the first floor, so easily escaped Injury. Ti e greater part of the. household furnishings wore lost. Mr. Hur ritt and family ate with Mrs. Hurrltt's parents, Mr. and Mis. G. 1). Leonard, for the present -Dani"! Harvey, one of tho oldest residents of the town, died Sat urday morning nt the home ot his son, Walter llnrvev . Miss Alice Landon, who has been teaching n Chester, is nt home. Mrs. Julia Gng' has returned for n sev eral months' visit with her son, Charles, in i'liomsonville I niter, Mrs. Perry Read Is eonllned to tin houso by illness. Mrs. Frank Andievvs, who has been riilto 111 the past' week, ,s convalescing. A. Sykciy, who has been in California the past winter, has returned. Georgo Hud son bus moved Into tne Gllmuu tenement. II. L Palmer has tciimed management of the Palmer House. Harold Degree ot Burlington is visiting his grandpai cuts, Dr. and Mis. .1. F. Miles. Jay Clark of CliHiintte was at his sister's, Mis. F. F, Lyman, over Sunday. Clark Reed has rented tho Eu-eb Sanctuary house. Miss Loruine Manson of Burlington Is visiting her auut, Mis. F. L. Andrews. Charles Martin U confined to the house, by an attack of the mumps. Fred owrn was In town to attend the funeral ot his mother. Miss Hilda Walker of Burling ton is spending a vseek at her grand father's, Judge All"li. MILTOK. Tho hoi se of Napoleon Mnc'tny became frightened s.uuiday at an uutomnuHa while ho was moving a lo.nl of goods to his new homo ami William Washburn who was driving slipped from thefiontend of the wngmi behind the horse's heels and was brulsrd and cut up so'ine unit Mr. Muckny who was drawing a buggy be hind was also thrown out on a wood plln unit his shoulder bruised and cut about tho face. The horse was caught unin jured, but tho wagon was pretty well de molished. Miss, M ibel Orton of Fairfax spent a pint of last week nt O. 11, Dew ey's. Mrs. II. D. Wood Is home from Bur lington. Miss Genevieve Morgan was home from Richmond over Sunday. Lewis Flint of Randolph is spending Ids vacation at his grandfather's the Rev. E. E. Ileinck's. James Evarls Is very low and there Is no dinner) for recovery. Mr. nnd Mrs. Carl Nay and llttlo ron of Bur lington spent Hund.iv at W. C. Gaboice's. Homer J. and Charles Powell of the high school in Biiiluigtnii nro spending thclrv.i catlon at home. Waiter Brufh Is homo from tho H. F. A. Fairfax for tho spring vacation, Floyd Learned of Burlington has been spending a few days with friends In town. There will lie a special meeting of Atnistic Camp. M. W. A on Friday evening, March JERICHO CENTER. Tho Friday club met nt tho parsonage, last Friday. Mrs. Georgo Wlllard sent u paper on "Cabot, Ihe Explorer," which wn.s road by Mrs. Ilotve, Tho question followed. The music pupils of Mrs. II, H, HlHKln.s jravo a recital to their par ents and friends Monday evening. Each one of the class of ten pupils rendered on or more selections on tho piano, The Women's Home Missionary society will meot nt tho parish house Thursday at two o'clock in tho afternoon. Mrs. E. S, Ransom suffered u painful accident Mon day morning. Sho fell down tho cellar stuirs nt her home, breaking her left wrist and badly bruising her face and head, Tho frneturo was reduced and wounds diesscd by Br. Hubbard, nnd sho Is as comfortnblo as possible. T. I Bosl vvick, who has been critically ill with pneumonia, Is better and on the road to convalescence, Mrs. Dora Hovveu visited her sister, .Mrs. Reed, at Essex Junction, a few days the past week,- Miss Maud Huiihuit is homo from her school nt fit, Jnlmshury for a bhort vacation, Mrs. Leonard of Plaltsburgh. N. Y., visited her daughter, Mrs, Henry Ballard, n few days tho past week. Mr. Ilewey of Plalts burgh, N. Y., was a visitor at Mr. and Mrs. Henry H.illard's Ihn past week. COLCHESTER. The Young people's iocicty of the Baptist Church will seivn waim suguv In t tin vestry of the church next Tues day evening, April . 'I'ho King's Daughters, will meet at Mrs. Parmelnn's next Friday, March 110, Mrs. Rnso Pa quet ot Essex .1 unction Is visiting her mother, Mrs, Sol PnUt, THIS HAVE KIM TROUBLE ffl Weak and unhealthy kidneys fTMI'i I IP;! and sufferinsr than any other disease, therefore, when throurrh nec- i - . ... . iecr, or oilier causes, kidney trouble is permitted to continue, many fatal results are sure to follow. Your other organs may need attention but your kidneys most, I because they do most and should have attention first. ! If you are sick or "feel badly," begin taking-' Dr. Kilmer's! owcuuij-.n.uui,, wie great, tuctney, nver ana madder remcd', because as soon as your kidneys begin to get better they will help all the other organs to health. A trial will convince anyone. The mild nnd immediate effect nf Swamp-Root tho great kidney nnd bllil dr remedy is soon realized. It stands the highest for Its wonderful cures of the most distressing eases. Svvanip-Rooi II set your whole system right, and the best proof of this is trial. 53 Cottage St., Melrose, Mass. Dear Sir: "Ever since r wns lu the Armv, I had moie or less kidney trouble, and with in tin nilSt Vcar It hm-ninn s, and complicated that I surfei-e,! i.rv. thing and W.'IM nilll'h nl.'i rmrwt . , strength nnd power was fast leaving ;-'' an itiiveriiseiiieni o wamp Root and wrote asking for advice. T began the use of the milni, nA noted a decided Improvement after tak ing .-iwnnip-uoot only a short time 1 continued Its use and am thankful to say that I nm enllielv ,.iir,i r,H si rous:. In order to be ver'v sure nhonr this, I bad si doctor examine some of my water to-dav and tin Ttmnnimnni u all right and in splendid condition.' i Know mat your Swamp-Root Is purely vegetable and rloe.s not nn in in any harmful drugs. Thanking vnu for my complete recovery and recommend- iiitr nwamp-Koni lo all surfcrers I am. ' Very truly yours. 1. C. RICHARDSON. Swamp-Root Is not. recommended for F.IH TOIIIAl, jvoTE. In order to piove the wonderful merits of Swamp Root you may have n sample bottle and a book of valuable information, ho'h sent absolutely free by mall. Tho bonk contains many of the thousands upon thousands of testlmoulnl letters received from men nnd women cured. Tho vnluo and success ot Swamp-Root are so well known that our readers are ad vised to send for :i sample bo'lle. Tn Co., Binghaiuton, N. Y.. be sure to say you lend this generous offer in tile Bur lington Waekly Free Press. Tile genuineness of thi.s offer is guaranteed. COLCHESTER. Miss Faiinio Day lias leturned from Barrc, where she has been several weeks with her sister, Mts. Addio Andrus, Charles Mead of Worcester, Mass., is as sisting Mr. 'iovviey in the creamery. I'ho King's Daughters, tho orchestra, and the church Joined forces and placed a new plnno in tho palish house. Mrs. Hank White, who has been ill with rheu matic, lever, is slowly Improving. Miss Mary Mossey of Milton is in town work ing for Mrs. E. S. Wright. Little Ralph Hu.stou ot Jericho is visiting nt J. T. Burell's. Miss Ada Curtis of Jericho Is spending a few days at Stephen Curtis's. Arson Caswell died quite suddenly at tho poor fai in -Monday afternoon. The funeial was held nt one o'clock Tuesday afternoon, the Rev. J. T. Buzitell officiat ing. Mrs. Josephine Anderson is visit ing at ..i. I Fowler's. Mrs. William Dnnahuo of Huntington visited tecently at tho home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Alexander McCuen. The entertain ment given by tho King's Dnunhtors and orchestra Tuesday evening was a suc cess in spite of bad roads and Inclement weather. The musical part ot tho pro gram was vny linn and tho play very amusing, all the parts being well tnkrn. About $13 was. cleared. MILTON BORO. H. I,. Martin wns here from Milton Mon thly to assist in tapping his sugar or chard.--Ft ed Lumiifi and mother were In St. Albans Sunday. James Mclirldo of South Hero commenced Monday to get out timber to build a barn for Alonr.o Ginves on his farm at the mouth of the brook. Mrs. Herbert Fortuuo ot Boston was called heio by the serious illness of her grandmother, Mrs. L. M. NHes, Mr. and Mrs. Jed Patterson of Milton passed Saturday night at S. M. White's. R. E. Mills and lninily visited their sister, Mrs, Charles Sanderson, Sunday. Fay Berry and Grace Wood are home from the R. F. A. on a vacation of three weeks. Charles and May Bullock, who have been ill with tho grip, are better. Many nro suffeihis with hard colds. FRANKLIN COUNT? ENOSBURGH FALLS. Health Officer Dr. F. S. Hutchinson has at the request of the State board, by its secictary. Dr. lloltim of Brattleboro, forwarded to the Stale laboratory In Bur lington samples each of water from the village system and from that of tho Dr. B, J. Kendall Cn.Thn latter is used for domestic! purposes only. The report will bo forwiiulerl to the State board. The condition of W, P.. Parker, who has been ill so long remains about unchanged. Mis. Parker's brother, W, E. Plerson of Hakerslleld Is cuing for him. Arthur Morgan of Ilighgate visited his aunt, Mrs. Cross', over Sunday, leaving for North Troy Monday. it. J. Mens, who has been travelling in Massachusetts In Iho Interest of Dr. B. J. Kendall Co., tho past winter returned here Saturday. He was accompanied by Mrs. Moars and son, Gardner, who Im'n been absent somo weeks vlsillug in tho sanin Slate, Mr, and Mrs, M, B, Yaw aro visiting Iho family of W, 11. Yavv.-Mr, and Mrs. F. C, Suillh of St. Albans are passing a few days with Miss Florouro Smith, who l.i seriously 111, -V. C. Leonard Is In town for a few days, lie is engaged for tho season by Francis Hatclicldci' & Co,! ot If T KNOW IT. are resuonsible for more sickness a w i everything but u promptly cures kidney, liver it'id bladder troubles, the symptoms of which ni "--obliged to pass your water riciuently nh-ht ,tmi (iiiyi ,martins nr uritation In passing, biickdust or sedi ment in the iiiine, headache, backache, lame h.n k. dizziness, poor digestion, sleep. lesnr., nervousness, heart disturb men lue to bad kidney trouble, skin erup tions from bad blond, neuralgia, rheu nntisni. diabetes, bloating. Irritability, wornnut feeling, lack ot ambition, may be loss nf flesh, sallow complexion, or Blight's disease. If your water, when allowed t" lem.lin uudistuibed in a glass or bottlo for twenty-four hour", fnnns a sediment cf set'ling or has a elondv appearance, it Is also evidence that your kidneys and blad der need immediate attention. Swamp-Root is pleasant to take and Is for sale nt drug stores the world over hi bottles ot two sixes and two prices tifty cents and one dollar. Remember the name, Swamp-Root, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Root, and the address, Binghamton, N. Y., on every bottle. sending your address to Dr. Kilmer Sheldon, where he goes April 1. George Archamb.tult of Tcivksbury tame to town Monday night. He leaves tins morning m his return accompanied bv his sister, Alozl.i, who will enter a hospital in Man chester. N. II., tor treatment. I.. ,1. Arch.'imbault has received word of the birth of the third grandchild in the fam ily of his son, l,nut?, in Morrlsville, which occurred Saturday. Men ill Irish and Kent Perley arrived at their homes Tues. day evening lor a few d.iv's vacation. They havo been In Roston for a f"v davs in attcnilcnee upon the banquet of the Boston Alumni association of Tlltou Sem inary, where they aio hi school. Roy Best returned to his duties In Bur lington high school Wednesday. James Duffey is laid aside by Illness. C. Fuller Rawson Is assisting his store-. W. V. Phelps has returned from a business trip to Boston and Now York. The condition of Miss Florence Smith, who is ill with somo glandular tumble, i slightly easier. W. H. Pler.-nn passed Tnesilav with his brother, II. G. Pierson, in Esex Juuc ton. Fuller C. Smith letnrne.l to St. Al bans Tuesday. Mrs. Smith Is reniiining for .1 few days. E. E. Bcittv returned Irom Montpeller Tuesday evening, where ho went to attend the funeral of Mrs. Beatty's sister, Mi's Jennie Ingall-. Mrs. Heatty will return todiy (Tliursdnv )-II. C. Sheldon went to St. Albans Tuesday to see his mother, who is 111 in the hospital there. R. J. Means left Wednesday for Massachusetts, whero he will tmish the canvass of tho State in the inter, sis of Dr. H. J. Kendall Cn.-.Mr. and Mrs. Cal l Keinpton, who havo been visiting Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Gibson and oilier friends, leturned to Georgia Wcdiied. . -Gav-lord Laid of Illchford was lu town Wed nesday. GEORGIA. Miss Ellle G. Gordon iJ pas-iug some time at the homo ot It. O. Pierce. M. 1. Waller of nuUcsldo was at O.-cai- Hcvins's Saturday. Halo Nye, the oung sou of Rev. mid Mrs. K. I. Nye, was operated upon at their home Tuesday morning, March 3, by Dr. Hrcniian and Br. David son of St. Albans. The tonsils were taken out anil a small pottiou of Iho palate cut off. Tho boy Is doing finely mid is about tho house at play. Miss Alice A. Hay wns a guest ol Ira II. S. Iiiirb.inks's Fri day, March ii. William l'imn was tho guest of hit sister, Mrs. Charles Landon over Sunday. Miss Amanda Llverniore, who has been veiy ill with the gilp, Is nioio comfnrtahln and hope are enter tained of her recnveiv II. C. McNall of Mlllui was In town Sunday to sea his cousin, Miss Diusmore. A birthday gath ering was held at the Baptist Church Saturday ot the children of the society, each ono contributing .is many pennies us thuy woio yeais old, tho money to go to missions. Merritt Prang has returned fiom Filch burg. Mass,, where ho visited his mother, widow of tho late Rev Daniel Bragg, who wns nt one tinio pastor of Iho Methodist Chinch lieie, Momlay, March 19, was Mis. Bragg's SOth birthday and her four sons surprised her by vislling her at that time, and It wus the ill si time lu Is yenis that they had all met with her. Her many fi lends hero will be glad to know that she Is lu very Rood health and able to go about tho city. Miss Amsmla Dlnsinore Is still sorlously ill and Miss Jane Culdvvcll is pool ly. Mrs. M. II. Ballard was continue! to the bed with tho grip last week, but is improving, Mrs. Frank Hubbard and Mrs. Billiard of Rwanton visited at Mr, Pike's ami Mrs, Rankin s last Thursday,- Mis. Miuia RaiiUIn i ode to tho Center on Fri day Iho first t,ine f nre Deir, ner I Them is to be a sugar . ornil a' Hie Mctli odlst vestry on Frnlnv evening, Miurli .n Tlio Methodist parsonage wn.s will nU d on Monday evnnng when the. friends ami nelghbois of Ihe jv.. ,1, (i Austin 1 to help celebrate tic annivrrs nv of hi birlh. lit ticshuierits weie srived nnd the Rev, (!. W. Cl.uk lu his uf) p, (v ing way, pieseniccl Mr. AuM n wt, A sum of money In behalf of n,P ,.,,pr News has been received of th. (r th rf Miss Lorulno Gilbert nt a rrlre t 11 t'n West, where, falling healn, ,,m i.m.u powers had neecssltnled he, ,, d,,, last few years. Miss lidberi vv , , f ,r many yeais a successful t. ,,, , , , there lire two geneiullons or former u pils to testify. ENOSBURGH. Memorial service will 1 M 1 till Church KundaS', Apid i. for Hi I. mentrd lato pastor of Me 11,01 al t mi Ch, the Rev. .1. W, II. HaUer, woo 11 1 I'ainiliigton. Me., the :i t lust M , Mrs. Ernest Sponner of Nrwpirt . I !hg bis mother, Mrs. John Spoor f John Cool;, who has lived in George Fn r. I nks's tenement, moved to E.i t Pit mo Slid inst. Ephr.nm A damn of New poll Center, vvho has beon spendu g Hie w ntcr with his sons in Massachusetts an 1 1 onneetk in, is visiting trends Hi town before going to bis hone Sherman Pe kv, who has h,.cn m 1rgm1a tho pas' Mar and bought land there, 1 at his uncle's, Eugene Perley, for the ica,on, Warren Perley Is home from 'rv,ng as Juior nt county rout t. Thohe will be inemoihil serv -eS held nt the Congregational ehmeh ncx', Sundae, April 1. for tho Rev. J. W. II Hiker, vv o died at his home in Farrun kit M , March HI. to which he reino.rd a e , months ago, lie wns the pa t,,r ,f i chui' h at EnosbtirghCrnteri,! mfj, resigneel over a year ago, n;i a , in 1 r poor health, lie was a good 1 m a 1 faithful pntnr and was great ly ie pe. ip 1 nnd beloved. At the ever. ie it s hnpea tha mnnv will tell ,i (l tow w ,0 instance wherein Mr. Baker nui have 1" flueni ed or helped them 111 an. wi write it. F. M. Wright vv.is W. Hirk shire Monday at Mr. .1. C Towle separator business. Fnrne i ,ir b s tapping in hopes Hint sugaiing near t hand, Special eerclses were held at 'e ! (,'onci egatlonai Chinch Sunday si horn h" the Rev. Mr. Kent in the, c leic't r llnine Missions for which a liberal colle Hon was taken. Inhn Cook and fan v are at home again and the r -longest child is verv sick. James l. bhev is v s ing Ills sister Mis. Hiram Ladd nt Etin ,. blltgh Fulls.-Miss Alberta Orr who was threatened with typhoid fever, is some what better, but the doctor tin k 1 e, condition is so run down tha it w M 1 be prudent for her to lesi.me her studie this term at the hiah si hJ '''he, 1 meetingnf theChrlstaln Endeavor w II held at Den. Dow'sThnr.'day evenlr tji 2Hh. Them will be preelung sew e , the Hasliow' Is visiting nf Hi.i v es' and 1' E. Berkshire. Willie Bessevws Ie n'wo ill the woods with Mr. Kenfleldstr pedoi a large nail which prnetra'd b -. from which he will he laid up r time. The Stevens brother-, we p I up a sugar house, to replace e , burneel last week. Mr. Hubert F " h lining the woik A surpi e pa t t. ( given Miss Msy I.eaeh Mnndi for at her home. Over flftv attended a 1 very pleasant time was enjoved by il' SHELDON. The Central school wit In g'n M 1a Annl '-'. Prof. IT. E. Abbott i t e pr f.n.il Miss Carrie E. Ah'io t r diate, Miss Mnldie Lock, pr nun Thc town schools begin Mondi'- nnl 0 I'M .school directors arc nrramrmg ,r r mve pupils from South Frankl.n d sinct t North Sheldon, the Aoell.s ds net t p.r.inch district. Wondwniih cl'striet I1- Ea.'t Sheldon district. Rice Hill to She1 don Junction. They have se, rr 1 the s,' vices ot good reliable men I j av y th pupils. FAIRFAX. M. E. Shcdd's oldest da otef s sick with pneumonia A. N Hi k Uui llngtoii is visiting old frincU 1 1 w Elijah Story of Jolui-or. was th, g nt F. W. Shep.'irdson hist wr K farmers are tapping the r sugir w but sap does not run nun .1 as ye V nouncement was made at tho chur ' Sunday of .a union servi, e at tho M"iho dist Church next Si.nday ei mg ' which representatives of the ' r vers ij of Veiiv.oiit Y. M. C. A. wo T 1 ve 1 ports of the recent .student vl r r veutioii jit Nashville, Tenn. " s lent M.intligo of Rli hford and Gen S" tury F.o.s.s of Huntington are t snejK ers, b'lth of whom expect o go ,1 m sionaries. E. D. Sliepanlson h 1 ' der lor feet of lumber and t ,e sbotlt delivered. Wesley Rru-.li ha.- v.sht of Mrs. Cutley about three-fouiths v t acre of land upon whir h he hit'-' 1 1 build a house. Mis. W. D. Strw s eonllned to the house with lie u 1 Tho light hand of fellowsh p w.s to Miss Mahlo clrton at tin Bails Church Sunday by the pastor, tc Re F. D. Ffforel, W. W. Warre n has rented Ills farm In Westford nnd has moved I) his liver farm in F.iirfnx."l. F. S Pierrei Is eonllned to tho house, by lac grip. Ilomcr Hunt, who has been spend ing his vacation with Ills parents, M'. and Mrs. I. E. Hunt, returned to Prow donee, R. I., March :7 F. B. Hunt D Milton passed through the v Haer Mar II Z on his way to W.iterville, where lie has bought a large fat in Mellows l 'ie Academy dosed for the Easier vn itio Inst Fi Idiiy. James Lew s d M l' Tnhnr spent March 27 with Miss Ami" Ii Dlnsmoie ot Georgia, Dr. A. (I Bru-. 1 died Mrnday afternoon at 1 3'1 o 1 in. He was SS years old. lie leaves a w five daughters and one son. Henry P'sisii, of -Milton. The fuiietal vv U hr eld Thursday afternoon at th ise. MONTGOMERY. Anna Smith Tucker died of the nva sles at her father's l.isi Wcibr div. having been sick only 1 'ew da '' funeral was held on Frldiu, t ie R J. W. lllsby officiating: Mrs. ' ki r came homo late In thc fall to spe id the winter. Sho leaves a father nnd mother, four sisters n,nd two brothers. Mr Tucker died about live years ago. Miss Elizabeth I'pliain and Mrs. Fanny Car ter visited .Mrs. M. P. Oheney in Hvde Park Inst week. Rawson Hallo is ser iously sick with pneumonia -M P. Maurice returned from St Albans la t Friday. Oillto a few of tho K ot I wnt to Richmond Tuesday night to attend a special meeting'. Mrs M. A. Deuel Is visiting In Alburgli E W. Sadie Smith of Wuterbury are In town EAST HIGHGATE. eeutl.v al the home ot h r brother, H, J l Ulicc -rilMC eei oic-iiour ill lllfill;aie Wil the guest of Misb Mae Snoar a few dav reeeullv. --.Mrs, Slow, who h.ls lately "i cited Hut l.alitmaii farm, is ill at th home nf Mrs. JntUM Deuel .ir W l nitnt.io of Sheldon .tmiellnt, violet.! !, sister. Mis. Albert Nye, last Thursday .Mrs. C, E, Hrltch went to Pljeon Hlr Que., Thursdny to attend th funeral o Mary Sheiurd and sou, Willi", who hnv Dts'll y.uesiiiK inn winicr III lucmiifuuive havo returned to their home her. 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