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THE BIJRLliSUTON FKEE PRESS: THURSDAY, MAlR'If 29, 1906.
ORLEANS COUNTY IRASBURGH. Oscar Shuto ami Diana. Orlffilli ot Simitr Cotch, t'cnn.t wre unitil In murrUiv 'it ho Methodist patkotuiRi; limt Tiieilny iienlng, March I'lV-Mlse- Hlanchr Kcltlt ins lircti spemllne the 'vil with her sis cr, Mrs. Albert Webster. In South Al-Mliy.-Mlss JCff lo l.cavry nf New York Is MHltlnp frlonda In town Ml! Senvoy In i dlstliiKUtsheel nrtlxl.-Dr. I'. ". Temple- in visited his brother. Dr. Waller, in -.'orth Troy lust week. Khncr Slack bus ccn conducting- the teachers examlna- inns In Derby Centre mid South Troy. bont HO persons iitteniled tin butternut icioi.il at Joseph W'ntoti's Inst Moudny venlnj;. - Mrs. F. J. Oram Is vIsltlnK at r-r old home In TUk-rpllcld. Ml Annie, -npelnnd of Albany Is Keeping house nt t. rt. Chamberlain's Utuinir the absence ( Mrs. nine. Mis Carrie Fisher, who been In the Mary Fletcher hospital ior srveinl weeks' ha Rone to Itlch iiond to remain a short time with the Ret. and Mrs. E. V. Trrnt.-ln tho basket hall came last Saturday afternoon the tame was won by the Harton LandliiR .earn, fi to :. The play "A Counlry Kid" ran a line success, nnd drew a full bouse. It will bo repeated nt Wet Albany Tuesday cvenlns March :T. GRAFTBBURY. The. boelv of Mrs. William Dun.n of Mils iruvn. who conunitted suicide In llrattle- boro March 13 by drowning, was bniimht to Greensboro, her former home, last Tuesday. The funeral was held last Thursday fiom the same place. Several t.f the relatives and Irlends of this town uttendcd.-Llllla Mallarney, a youm lady s udent at tho r'r.iftsbury Academy, died last Tuesday of pneumonia at her board ing place. The funeral was held Thurs day at Kast Albany. The tui'-lurs and stjdents attendlim. Henry Scott has sold his harness business and slock to GeorRo KhiR- and son of Greensboro, tiny have h red the shop and commenced busine's. l-;dwln lloyntou of WVstllcld spent a fw rhns In town Ut week. Mrs. Ann T lhtson i very low at this writing with no hope of iccosery. I'red Scott, who 1ms bcn worklnt; In tho harness shop for Ins father, icluined lo his home In Albany last Saturday. BROWNINGTON. Mrs. Lund Is unite 111. threatened with pneumonia. -aohn l'nlney has sold his place to William Morcy. Almuu IMkc lias coii' to Coventry to woik for W. 11. Oulld. Mrs. Ic A. in own is spending a shoit tim- at Wcstinorc 'I his commun ity wis shocked last Satuulay inninln-f to Itarn of the sudden death of -Mis, I rhaa W. lininii. which occuried Friday lilRht at about 10 eiVlucV,. She had an wttack of bun;., and Miff.icd iimsi e. .ruciatlnt,' pain ii'itil 7::( ' lot 1; Satut ilnv ninrnlni;, when she dad. She was it nieinber ot the Me-lhodNt Hplscupdl eliurc l al Kvansville and a It.ithboii" tdstir of the lo'dne at Hait.iu hamlini. The futcral was held Moncluy allernoon at two o'clock at tip; hou-e, the inter ment lieh.fr in the Onter cemeteiy. Mr. "Brown has been sick a nilinber of weeks cmd only ci-me out ot door. Monday to attend the burial. LOWELL. 11 H. Newton has been appointed ad-rn.'-iif'-iuor for the estate of the late llo-ese-.to. CoolidRe. Tne remains of Mrs. liet sey Anil Cmtis of MiltOld, N. H.. was broucht hen; Satuiday for interment. -The following tenche-is have been i-iiRace,! for the sprinc teur. North, N. lrac.. Co(did.'e: Stcbbius I'laia. lilllKe-!;: lielo, i;thel Ne-nton; l.aclalr, Annie .uix-i t .--I addle rind MaiU Stephenson ale home limn ltrlBham Academy for a Mini I vaca tion. -C 1". Kddv t)iiil M. C. l.nwjov of Stone weie In town Crid.iy and Hatmday. William SIMiy 't Ncwhiiiy was in Imvn NS'ednesrlay. Maik Wilson of Kiio-bui uli has moved into tiie e'ow.eii tenement Ksthcr Welheiby has lvn.rnid to h-r home In .lohnson.-.Mis II. H. Newton is In North Tioy spend'iis- a few days with licr daushtcr. Mr. .S. J. Siseo.-H. O. Thomas-, llh and ame cominissionei, has appointed II. II. Newton, a. tNh and came warden.- Mrs. 1). KuK'no Curtis of lirook lyn, N. Y., is .n town for a tew days. Charles Murphy, Jr., has gone to llnsh ton. Mats. NEWPORT. The Juiy on the case Taplin Itowell vs. Marcy brought in a venllct lor th-s plain tiff which allows tliun about $,V In payment lor lumber. An clsht pouml danahlir an Aid at th home ot Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Hubliaid Sat ui day. ORANGE COUNTY RANDOLPH. The hisb Mhonl and the s-lth, seventh, cipht and ninth grades closed I'riday for n two weeks' vucalion. The inimary school whWh vas delayed on account ol repalis on the hulldniR will k ep tills week and have but one week's vacation. Mrs. 1'iank Wrisht left Tuesday for liostoii, beins called there to attend court in ivKard to the custody of her son and daughter. The custody of the child) cu has been slanted to .Mrs. Writtht by a former rullns ot the, touil hut since that cjetiee the son has been taken liy the father and Mr?. Wright Is now trylns to rcsrain the custody of her son, who at tho picstiit time Is In possesion of Mr. Wright. Harry M. Totman. who was operated upon for appi udlcltls at the Randolph sanatorium last week, aa npoitcd yes terday as pettlns on very favorably. owing to the Insufflch nt supply o t wa ter, Charles Kilbuin, proprietor of the i-hw mill, has been oldlged to inn his mill n Khts. Tho liicst light of water beltings to II. 1. Stanford, who uses the power for hi." silst mill and for that reason Mr. Kllhurn Iih to operate his mill at lilght to accomircjilate Ills patrons. Mr. and Airs. ltus"-ell Woodwind nnd son, I'l.iliklln, who havo been spendim; tho winter in California, wheie they In tended to make t noli home, returned hero Monday. Tehy letiirned on account of Mis. Woodwind, who has been sul'forliiK with a throat trouble, the climate there not iiKrtelnr with her. They will tako up their residence In their homo on South Main street, which is now occupied by Charles Quald. RANDOLPH CENTRE. Albljah w. Osgood, aned ,1 years, an old anil rtsptcted citizen of this town, who had always lived hcie, died last Kil day. Some time ago he had an acute at lack of the shingles nnd It Is thought that the effect of that went to the brain, lie had not been In his right mind for some time, Tho funeral was held from his lute Hsldenco last Sunday, conducted by tho rtev. John Q. Angell, a former neighbor, and tho Interment was In Die rat Ran dolph cemetery, Miss llartwell of Hos. ton nun arlved at tho Maplewood for the season. It Is a good time to comu now and "take In' the sugailng season. Dr. Rle.h of Rurllnglon hap tesled M. I.. Tioyden'H herd of tliorouglibied .Jerseys on Urn different, occasions, and 11 has bee.n found that the herd was free Irom tuber ulosls, but III prevalence of tho ills ease about here Induced the siiulre to have another test and the lion, y, f. Spear herd nil right ngaln.-Iceomird nnd Harold Hodges are at home from Ulack Itlver Academy for a Vara- lion. Mts. (leo. U. Hyser Is finite sick and her daughtfr, Allc, has been called from the 1. V. M. to rile for her. V. C. Hollu has been at work at the Manlewood the past month, assisting hi gelling everything In order us far as paint utul paper Is concerned for tho large sum mer. -I'. II. Kdson s held or six rows were tesled l.it week and all were condemned, They wetc shipped to Hoston Monday. CHELSEA. Mrs. Itlehard II. Huron of North Cbiirlesiown, X. II. was In town over Sunday visiting at the former homo of her husband on West hill. On Hun day forenoon she played the organ at the Congregational Church. On Sat urday noon al tho Methodist parson age by tho Rev. I.cwls N. Moody, u marriage was solemnized between Thcron IX Spear and Mrs. Mary M. Church, tho newly wedded coilplo 1 e luriilng homo Tuesday after a shoM wedding: ttlp. Lewis ,T. Grny, a West hill farmer, sold a llve-year-obl colt to Ira Richer of I'laliitield last week for 1 1 75. Mr. nnd Mrs. .1. Merrill I ilnl nf West hill nro visiting friends In Claromont, N. II. Mrs. ltelsey 1'nder hill went to the Mary l'lntclier hos pital In llurllnglon, whero she had an operation performed on Thursday Inst and Is reported to bo doing as Well as can be epeeted. Mrs. Klnuders and her daughter. Angle, who have for two yeais lived In ..esllo II. Hohonon's house on Maple avenue, have this week moved Into George V.. Hatch's house on Hie Tllus road, .lust abovo dairies A. 1 lensmort 's resilience. John W, lliirbank, a young fanner on West hill, has i ,(. nil- lost a valuable blood mine and colt by disease pionounced to be meningitis. MKs Gertrude M. liacon, the village primary teacher, lias returned fiom a two weeks visit to friends In Randolph. Tin; bousehr'ld goods of Hdwutil Wing of Chicago, who purchased the farm of tins late George K. liKby in South Washing ton, arrived .Monday. Charles R. Cor win of Sonierville. and Vinton A. Cor- win of r.oMoti, Mass, atrlvcd on Tiles day to be with their mother, Mrs. .). A. it. ''owlti, who Is finite low. Adolphus Trudell of Webslei vllle, Bane, who recently bought Hip George: H. liacon farm, has arrived witli Ins family, tun- sistlng of his wife and eight ehlldieii. William Dexter and his wife have gone to Mllfoiil, X. ll to work for .1. M. 1'isher by whom u1m Giorgo I'.. Utile h Is employed. BRADFORD. l.ei I'll kef Of tll Vel lllolH Al.ldem.V at S.i.Mons River is smiidinir a short vacation with hi- pai-ht. The high and giainuiar - Iio.iIk enjoyed a promenade In Wood's 1 i.i 1 1 l"ild,iy evening with iiiumc l'v Hie lhadford orchestra. lllc Katli eiuie Unwell, who has been te.Khing ill Wal.rfoid, is visiting .Mrs M. A. .lui knis. Aliss CicM Allen entel tallied her fiiincN at hf-r home Saturday nflt rnooii. the o.e.ision being to celebrate her bnlb- da.-.lrs. V. 1.. Adams letuinid fiom the Mary Hitchcock hospital Satuiday. wiien. she has hw-n for treatment several ili-.Mr. and Mi-. I'hail's Kniyoii aie to make their home for a time with hi" inutile.!-, Mrs. Kinni.t Keiiynn. Kr.ink ' Thnjr was unable w-mk in the bak"ty last wek on account of illness. I.tttle h'r.-in'es Chanibeilaln. d.nightei of Mr. and Mis. William Ch.imbeilain, ihcd Sunday morning of dlptherea. -Ml Dora Waterman Is visiting lur In other. Wll- !liam In Hnlleld, N. 1 1 Kighleen of tile j i'.tadfoiil people attended a eoneett at Noiih Tb.tfoid Weilnesday evening. Gfnrgi' ll.ighy and Waltir Amhoss have gone to Main hrstev, N. II. Tile Chaut- aii(iia circle will hold a meeting iiiuis d.iy afti riHKiii with Mis. George Jenkln. Mis. a. . l'ctcis ! ery sa'k with nn-.isl'-s.-Si hool tlni-dixl I'rulav and tho te.ieliors aro at their hoim-s for a week's .Udtloi. Ifit and .John Hill an IhjHi 111 with typhod lever al the lump falher. BRAINTREE. AV. W. ri.uiestcr Is sick with tin Hugonc Chadwick and dau Hrooktield visited nt Charles Spcat! the tlrst of the week. Mi.--. H. .1. Corwiri of Lowell. Mas.-., spent a few da.s with hei mother. Mis. Saiah i-oreis, the Hist of the week. Thcodorn Chadwick and wife Of IJllhel Weie 111 town last week to see Mr. t'hadwick's mother, who Is (iilte sir I;. Mis. L. O. AVild. r of Middlesex was In town Monday. The ine,-ips ale being entertained in the family of William Kletcher. Mrs. l.uein.i (I-'itts) I'ratt died Monday at the home of .1. II. I-'itts, hei brother, of pneumonia. Mts. I'ratt was born in Rraintree in MM and wa man led June 1, 1V.7, to Call li. I'ratt, who died about two yeais ago, She leaves otic son, two biothers and one sister. Ho (Dillingham) Kelley of Uaire and Kntherlne Dillingham, teacher at White The death Is announced In the Rut- River Junction, aic guests of their father, PROCTOR. M. L. DlllliiBhani.-A linen shower was given Miss Avis Illlls on Monday after noon by 11 of her young lady friends. Wedding bells aie rlnglng.-Mrs. .ludlth Loomls, n, long time resident of this town, died Sunday morning, aged Ki years, Slio is survived by ono naugnter who lias been her devoted attendant through her long years of feebleness. I'ho f uncial was held from her late home yesterday afternoon. SOUTH WOODBURY. The condition of l'rnnk Angell Is some what Improved ot late. Mrs. R. M. I'ray has been kindly remembered by a hand some borpiet of pinks and roses from tho O. K. S. at Cnbol.-The Rev. Mr. Southworth was In Cabot last Saturday. Ileury Smith, who Is working for N. I.. (.I'cbbltts, was called to his home In llardwlck last Thursday by tho sudden death of his brother, William John Smith, who died of pneumonia. Ho wa.s SI years ot ago and was employed at tho Woodbury Granite company's shed. Two years ago the mother died from the same oiscasc, leaving a. family of eight chil dren. L. W. Haskell has returned fiom St. Johnshtiry, whero he has been veil ing at Reuben Spauldlng's. f a rah Slay- tun Is slopping for a few days with her mother. Mrs. John Tebbltts. At the last meeting of the Ladles' Aid which met with Mrs. Harry Ruinhatn the following officers were elected: 1'resldclit. Mrs. J. O. Goodell; vlee-pi eid( nt, Mrs. Myrtle Lance: secretary and trcasuier, Mrs. Kate Sumner. PLAINFIELD. ... . . . .. .t ...... i returned to K.ene. N. II.. Monday morn- , , ' ' ' j I . ,., lllllll .UlS. lllll1- IC. .11,111111, llfl.i men land hnsnllat ot Miss Mngda Morgan son of Pi orlor. Miss Motgansoti, who was a nurse In the Rutland hospital, recently underwent an operation and never lecovei'ed from lliu effects. Shu leaven to mourn her loss several sis ters and brothers. The annual lepoit of the boaid of ofll- eeis of the village has Jusl been published. Tho Ireaslller's repot t shows a dellcll to new account nt J.'.MI.o.). The piudentlal comtnlllee haves dtawn orders Tor t9.S!2. The lamest number of pupils In the school at one lime was Ml. Tho avciago for the llnee terms being nifl. Them arc nt pres ent en In the high school. The health of- llcer's repoit shows there hnvc been Hi cases of contagious Hurt iniectioiia dis eases. 77 of which havo been German measles. The number of deaths, was 31 and births sS. The auditors lecommcnd a lax of Si) cents for water nnd sewer lu- lebteiiness, a vlllngc tax of 12 cents and a schuol tax of 70 cents. WASHINGTON COUNTY MORETOWN. The doctor was called lo Waller Turn ers to visit his wife Sunday. The nitisc, Mrs. Moore, Is back again eating for her. The community was shocked Sunday to hear of the death of John l'lanagan, He was at church in the moinhig and the nrlest fiom Waterbiiiy and his broth er, Timothy, went home Willi him to dinner. After dinner In; was talking and dropped dead out of his chair, lie lived akne with Ills mother on the old farm. Clinton Hill and his ronhi, Miss Thomas, Ing.j'lhc Slate library books an llln, try loom now. Mr. and Mrs. I'red llinklr-y went lo Cubils Sa tin day. Mrs. Piank Uoycc of Waltslield visited In town last week. A. K. Love Joy is on the Jury at Montpellcr. MARSHFIELD. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. T. Davis me spending a few days visiting i datives In Hethel. Nathan liinwn while working in Mr. May's sliaui mill last Satutday, slipped and Ull on a saw. One of the bones In Ills lelt aim was sawed off. He Is icpoil ed lu be getting along as well as could be expected at tins w riling. -I 'erley i-olsom secured the gitiphnphono offered In tin; loiiei j conte st al Adams fc Diowu's stoic. EAST MONTPELIER. Lucius Tiliutsun Is ill with iheuinatie fever.- Austin Tcmplelon has the eczema, but Is nhie to be out.- Mts. H. W. Vin cent isited In liiattb boio last week, While thete sin; had an attack of appen dicitis, but has now ti-lnrnul home. W. W Spi.igie. agent for the Shaiple.s scp.iraloi . was m town S mil da . Tin o iloie i 'lark has u-nted his lann lo I'ie .1 Gotur. H. W. ALLEN & CO. as In the city hospital of Hoston for lb past six weeks sudeilng fiom scarlet fever, mcnvle.s and diphtheila, died there last week Thursday, sboilly after the ar rival of his parents, who were summoned there Wednesday. They icluined homo with tho body on 1'iiday. when the fu neral was hchl at Hie home, the Rev. R. 1c Shealf officiating.-Miss Mabel Kent, who is having a slioil vacation from the liarto elly schools visited at O. L. Mar tin's tho first of the week. George Kent or Montpellcr has been In town several days in the inleresls of the New Kuglaiid Telephone company. T. W. Smith of Tun bridge lias been in town buying fancy sheep and steers. A fatewell reception was given Mr. and Mts. II. L. Sin .iff on Saluriho night in the suy of the Con gregational Church. Mr. Sin aft leaves soon for Goi-haiu. N. II. -The Rfbekahs held a whist party on S.ituiduy evenlng. J'rofesMir Klnioie invited his dancing class to bis hall In Montpellcr on Ft May night, where h" gave them a line time. Taffeta Silks Witti the present styles of dress, the quantities of thin, sheer materials in vogue which require good silk linings, the popularity of Taffeta Silk Gowns, Outer Garments, bilk Underskirts, etc., there is no other item from which so much is expected or actual ly required. An article is desired that possesses the correct finish, lustre and color, hut ahovc all, the wearing qualities arc most important. Formerly it was often difficult to secure all of these essential fea tures except, possihly, at a high price which many times proved prohibitive. But now with the wonderfully improved facili ties for manufacturing there is no longer any douht to the certainty of securing Taffeta Silks that w wear as long as expected and prove entirely satisfac tory in every particular at prices exceedingly low. It is an important item in this Store. One which has been given an immense amount of attention for many years and which has remarkable showing this Season. Many hundreds of pieces, offering only most reliable makes known to the silk trade and in most in stances sold with a positive guarantee as to wearing qualities. Guaranteed Black Taffeta Silk 48 Cents. Very fine, brilliant lustre Chifton Taffeta, especially made for serviceable linings, waists or Und crskirts, words "Wear guaranteed" woven in selvage of every yard, 19 inches wide. Price 48 cents, Black Taffeta Silks 58 Cents and 62 Cents. Select tnese with positive assurance as to wearing qualities. A make which has been submitted to the most severe tests and never proved disappointing. And these we oftcr as being equal to any Tafteta ordinarily costing 75 cents. Colored Taffeta Silks 58 Cents. WAITSFIELD WORCESTER. The i emu, ns widow of th' Kast Warren, Dellows FolN of Mis Susan UbMson. l.i te .1, din i'. Gleason of weie biouulit hero fiom last Satin day for luuliil of their measles, ;ilter of MORGAN. Measles are the ptevalling disease at pie?tit. Guy H.irtlclt and Cube rlno Wil cox are homo fiom Derby and an- it-covering from the disiase. S. K. Gray and Uert llalley have just been taken down with the gilp, The stage fiom Island 1'ond will begin April '2 to inn only lo Morgan and back to Island I'cnd in the forenoon, thus having this town out of the thifuigh mall to Derby Line. W. S. Sykes will be the largest sugar maker ill town this year. He will tap 5,wrt trees. Lllla J'eavey has bought the O, L. Fair farm of the administrator. Myrtle Wood went to Concord, N. 1I the huh lust. te enter a hospital for an operation for ippendlcllls nnd a thioat trouble. She has bee n sick about nine months, I-'i.'tnk .1. Tut, lor spent hist week at I'.lton Taylor's m ll.it re- tow n. Clinton W. Tay lor has been appointed one ot the tish and game wardens for this vb lnity. Mts. I'stelle A. Wilson, who has been at S.U- anae Lake. N. v., lor several mouths. caino home on Thuisday last, Game; Har den fituiou I'ike of Marshfield was In town last week ti.ving to lind out who shot the iber leccntly luund dead in the woods by Harry Chandler. Flunk Lenv itte of riaintlebl vi-lted bis uncle, Frank 1!. King, for several las i ecently. W. Ciinimings of Hoston is Mting his uncle 11. ii. Ilaiicuck. for a blunt time. Miss Aliee I'ike ami Mrs. Davis of liaire spent Satuiday and Sunday at tin- I'ike House. -Claieuee K Nnonan and wife of ll.iiro weie (-nests of Mr. and Mrs. .1. 11. Wilson Satuidav and Sunday. Miss Marion Wil li y and Miss Iluth Denning spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. 1!. K. Gillette Lewis Seamen of W'llliamstovv n was In town on business last wcl;. Hui-eiie lirnwni Hi has moved into Hie e'orlis" plm; near I'ut nanivillt. Fred, son ot the Itev. Geoigo Smith has gone to Ham- to woik for W. K. l'lsk. Miss Gladys Unci; of Montpellcr is the guest of Miss Fraiu ls Abbott this week.- l-'ti-d lion- has soM the stage busi ness to 11, Van Uiinau and has moved to the J. W. Hall place near North Cal ais, which lie lecently purchased. WATERBURY CENTER. Mrs. Annette Hubbard of Wot tester. Mass, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. S. f!. I luse Mrs. Claude Hill and son of Uarre .lie vilting al II. F. Hill's. Belle Audi l son Is home Horn Mlddlebury College for the spring vacation. Mrs. Maltha .lae'kman has sold her home place to the Free Daptisl society for a parsou aae anil she Is to occupy the pl.ico le cently pin chased of Mrs. O. W. May. Dirt Aye fs has bought a building Kit ot Mrs. D. J. Adams and will build a house for a lieiine this Miring. air. t.'ollilis of Stowe, foreman in rikes mill, nas renieu the J. A. Gilnioro house and will take possession when the ltev. Mr. Hoys, niiq family move Into the new parsonage.1 I'he W. 1!. '. sociable, which met with Mrs. .1. J. Freeman, was a very pieiisain affair, 4.1 people being served with a chicken dlunir.-The whist party which met with Mrs. Maty llusc last Satur- ay evening, was in every way a success. 'here were five tables aial a goon niimiier of those who came to look on. an--, ui- Liotnplete assortment of most wanted colors particularly we adapted to the present demands for lining sheer fabrics, 19 inches wide. Price 58 cents. irticularlj 11 RUTLAND COUNTY FORESTDALE. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Howe ami children Cllfloid Voung and Mr, and Mis. W. L. Cooke attended tho (tine nil of Mis. George Young at Itiplon Monday, Clemmons Hooker Is ill witli the mumps. Mr. and Mis, .Marshall Willett of Whnlonxlnirg, N. Y., spent Sunday with their son, F, M. Willi U. Miss F.mma Foley of liur- liugton and Miss l-'.mallno Scanlan of tho Castletou Normal school visited at John Scanlan's n-eently. Albert lllll has moved to I'lattsburgh, N. V. Muriel Hi own of Proctor Is visiting his grandparents, Mr. ami Mrs. C. J. Hrown.- Mr. and Mis. John Hump of Kssox, N. Y visited at L. ( Hump s this week, .Miss Lotllo Willett of Whallonsbmgh, N. Y Is the guest of Mr, and Mrs. T. M. Will. tl. BRANDON. News was received In town Saturday of thu death of Hairy C, Hiiggs of Keene tho only son of Mr. and Mrs. C. V. llrlggs of this town. Mr. llrlggs was taken ill Thuisday and died Filday evmilng, the c.nis-rt of death being congestion of thu bialn. lie was 12 ye-ars of ago and Is. Mir vive-il by a wife, mother, father and sis ter, The tenialns weie brought hfio Mon day afternoon and the funeial was held Tuesday afternoon at two o'clock from tho Bilgss lesMenee on 1'aik sticel Flank .Mohan, died at his home In New York last Friday from the effects of shock, Mr. Mehan was well known hem and had u lino summer icsldeucei at I.akn Duumorc and owned invli nt the Icui lory on the lake shoiu, beside her lni-b.ind. who vui buried here last July. Funeral services were held n the home of la r el.iughter. Mis. I'.. C Heath, at Fast Wimeii, Hie Kev. . I.. Kemele of this Mil .ge attending. Miss. Lena Iluslinell returned last Saturday from a week's visit among fiiends in Hos ton and icinity. Wilbur, the thiee-yiar-old son of Mr. and Mis lleibert Gilllgan. died Wednesday morning. Match L'l. after brief Illness of two day-. The burial was at Moretoivn, eei the afternoon of the same- day. Wednesday. Miss Maggie Kew Is spending a two weeks" vacation from her sch'iol woik at H.itre, with her par ents, Mr. and Mi-. Hubert Kew. Cards lire out annoini' ng the marriage; of Frank L. Haton of th s v.llage and Miss Kda M. Avery, on Hie alljiiiooii of Wednes day, March I's. at tlni lionies oi me uriuo s parents. Mr.- ami Mif. li. J. Avery in South Duxbury. Tho aimlversai y eeb-- bratien by .Maple Lodue . No. M, D. of I'.. last Thursday evening was a very enjoy able ou asinn lo all who were fortunate enough to attend A tine piogramme was given, consisting of a slioil fatcej entitled 'Why They Joined tho Itcbckahs," to gether witli numerous tableaux, rend!iigs etc., after which an ahundaii'-e nf excel lent new maple sugar on snow was sined to all. FAYSTON. Mrs. Dariiett (Chase) Poland, wife etf the late: Henjamlu Poland, died March IM, aged "!i years. She leaves six children, Thomas of WilliamMovm, Maria, wife of Luther Hussel of Moretown, Austin ot Lawrence, Mass., i)car and Arthur of Waltslield, and Jane, wife of I lowland. Hussel, with whom she has resided the last few weeks, ami several grandchil dten. Since early life slut has been a consistent member of the Methodist Church and bore the weeks of severe suf fering, with patience and p.irtitudc. Tint funeral was on Monday, at the church, attended by the I'.ev. F. 11. Hoberts. William Dana is still In Mary Fletcher hospital, slowly gaining his health. Nel- son McCullough is not as well as last week. NORTHFIELD. A call has been extended the Itev. Allan D. Judd of Clinton. Iowa, by tho vestry of St. Mary's Ihns -oiial Church, but no reply has yet been receWeel. Mr. Juibl l a brother-in-law of Mrs. W. F. Cushnnn Black and Colored Taffeta Silks 75 Cents. Here is where the great strength of this Silk Department can be found. Not less than one hundred and seventy "favc pieces at thi price -one hundred and twenty-five are colors. An Amen- r , . , ill 1 1 I t ie can make and the well known best make to be secured at this price anywhere. Fifty pieces of black represent many different makes, both foreign and American, offering a choice that is little less than remarkable. CLIFTON BOND TAFFETA. A "Written Guarantee In broad and strongest terms given with each purchase of this most perfect Mcssaline Tafteta, especially designed and manufac tured for tfowns. Black and colors, shown in our Silk Depart ment to-day, 19 inches wide. Price oD Licnts. Read below fac-simile of "Bond" guarantee issued by trie manufacturer and given with each purchase. town Sunday afternoon by tho sudden death of John Flanagan, her brother, who dropped dead from hi art failure al b n homo shortly after d.tmer on Sunday, li was U years old and unmarried. II s funeial was held Wednesday morning al 9:30 o'clock from hiM lutej home, th" Hev. Father Cuhdl of Wutrt bury offKia'- Ing lluilnl wall at Motelovvn. I'he Itev. Dr. Martin D. Kntel.md of Hoston, se-cretiny of Die Habbath Protee tlvo League-, lectured Tuesday ecnmg In ilethany chapt I on "Hood Citizenship, ' Mts. F. N. P.irrott Is visiting Jmlgo and Mis. J. M. Fisher, lv r parents, in Cabot. Mis Kalherlne Oittc h'-ll. daughter of Mdcrman (iutehell, Is Milling fn-nd u Iturllngtoii. The annual Inspection of Company 11, V. N. .. look pluro ".cstd-day aftri no i and evening In the Armory, Capt. ijenrso W. Klrkp.itrlek of the 1Mb r h. raalry at Fort Hlhau Allen was the In pr ! oflher. lie was ai coinpanb il by li tiint-Cie.neral W. II. (illmoie of lalil In Hit nftctiioou the Inspe.tlng ofti r looked over th" books and teeotds of the company, and at seven o'cloi k tin company paraded In heavy marching en der, The company turncil out full lanks and i "apt. I". H, Thomas was congratu luted by the inspecting otlb ers on til grind nppearaiie-e mmle by Ins lonirnaml, The Itev. Dr. T. P. I'to-t or Kwm.itMi , ill., who is on a In h f vioatoii in th ) Fast, ami who has been nnnouii' eel tei preach next Sunday morning m llteiel tig Methodist Church In Parte, will also preach to his old pat is'uloncts ot Ti ndy Chinch, this city, next Sunday oven ng. Dr. Frosts fame as a pulpit orator 1' i become almost woild wale m Method i nd the people to whom he mill tercl here- Un years ago ate rejoicing at the pi r - pet of hearing him again. Dr. l-'ins lecture on " Wblttier. the Qnak- r P'et ' it Montpellu- Seminary six yeais ji-cj s still pleasantly icmetnbeied II- vv pastor ot the First Methodi3t I i.un i or I-'vnnston. one of the best appomtiiT-iiU in the gift eif the- bishops. WATERBURY. Dr. H. A. Stanley purchased the (icoigi Chcslcy house on Main t-treet liitciiiy for fi.j'.'l and sold the place Wednesday to V. L. 1'tlklus for tZ.V". The n il e lite market in this place Is a live ard the town lias pinny of purciiascrs ior lesirable Milage pioprrty. Clt.iilo.s Dwiio of South Duxbury was ariested lust .Monday moining by Consta ble Henry 1 'archer. Tho charge being that Dwite was tho owner uf the dog that has been chasing deer, lie was taken brfoie Justice Huntley ami pkiidol gadty mil was lined iiii-luding costs II v,. Dan and Justin Hickrr and Hobeit ll.is- eltlne are- at home from Middlebuiy t ol- legej for the; ICaster vacation. I'he Hypatla club will meet l-rtday aft ernoon witli Mrs. C. 1. Hat. 11. Miss Mai ion C. Alb n of Hoston has re turned and has lesumed her pns Hon in Miss Mae- Se.-abur.v's mllllnei store blrthdav party was given last M mdiy attcrnoon to Mis Mildnd IJieeiu m hoi r of her b'th buthday. A laige- nnii.ber o" her young triends weie piesent .nut a jolly good lime was eujoyeil by all Mr. and Mis. j . 1.. Isnigiu icn .m 'ne night for a week s stay in Hoston met N w Veerk. Mis. T. T. Fanell is .its si r.g ! Mr. Knight's store during his abscie The tuneral of Mrs. Laura L. Par "s was held from her late home on Pce-ry hill last Sunday morning. The Hey W S. Smithers oflhiatcd. The- mtertueni Wris in tho i!t ccn Mountain cemetery at Mon pe-lier. She is survived by a husband n 1 two children. The funeral of John Knapp was heiel from his late home on Hailioad stre Tuesday a f let noon. Miss Julia Shlpman icturiied last -.lav to her school work in Mass.ich i-e'ts. Postmaster -M. 1 1. Moody has been con lined to the house for the pa-t few d.i.s liceunse of illness. WINDSOR COUNTY OUR SO'JO GUAtNT?r WITH CVC'r Ydt wr cuAAttr to rtt ucsf or r'S : i avo'av oi'icai. 3r-'cirro rosn rtrrcrA't WOll Tut 3 finef or (ICX rmo I rc 9f Tsr rtCr-6 or 4urAcrur dKC mint mw cm" is Mtoiratl svfi'rro to vsfo rMiiria" - Rogers & Thompson, a T1IK CKIFTOV SII.1C MTI.Ije. Black Tarfcta Silks. ef Especia ments. etc llv manufactured, for Tailored Gowns, Outer Gar- W. Q. Reynolds Furniture and Carpets. A FEW EXTRA SPECIAL ITEMS UNDER PRICE AT r $12.50 This price for the Matting Bargain of the season ; 40 yards full of 50c heavy white Canton straw matting sold by the roll only ; and how it is moving out ! AT $12.50 20 incnes wide, especially made for this store $1.00. 27 " " Suiting 1 affeta OD cents. 27 " " CKiffon finish $1.25 27 " " Rainproof, wear guaranteed. $1.00 36 " " Suiting Tafreta 82 cents. Haskell Taffeta Silks. 19 20 36 inc lies wide 75 cents. 85 cents and $1.00. $1.50. H. W. ALLEN & CO. AT- $15.00 Big Carpet size tapestry Rugs, 3 ytirds wide and 4 yards long, made to sell for $18.00, AT $15.00 AT- 50 cts. AT- $1.69 Our leader carpet, selected patterns, made laid and lined, sold in other places at 65c. AT- 50 cts. NOTTINGHAM CURTAINS. Choice of 6 patterns Madras Nottinghams in Brussel pat terns, dainty and cheap at $2.50. AT- $1.69 of this place and has viplted here in the past and for a tune i-oudiKted the s-crv- lees In St. Mary s, wtiiniiu ne ii-c-ejn un- Invitation he will be cordially wcit-onicd both by the parWhioniTS and friendu of other churches ii well. Mr.x. I". M. lloiHton, ,-ieeonip,inled by her hul).ind, went lo HurllnRton Satur day and will till wee.'l; ttnderKo an opera tion, She hiii been 111 poor health follow Iiik a severe attack ot diphtheria In the early part of the winter, The Ladles' He-idlliK Cirelc held the i.i.n nuelltiK of tho season Monday UlKllt lu liulld ball. The lion. Mason h. htone. Stab Ruperliilenilenl of edtiiution, deliver ed ti'i adeliiss on I'hina ami the Chinese. Members of the Wilder oi!if-tra. from Montpelier. furnlsliid a iinisle.il pro-Krainnie, Tho lumber mill on urn niv ih-ook road owned by H. O. Ward was burned Tuesday niornliu tom-thd' with a mnall eiuantlly of lumber and Iokh. i no orlKln of the nro Is not known further than that It apparently stalled from shavlnsi not far from the, etii-lno room. Thei loss Is stated lit not less than t'1.11011. Then- as no Insurance! on the propert". MONTPBLIER. Mil. Allied Wa'iUMlshl, who resided in Montnellei- :,e1 in- niiiir years .iro, died rei-eiulv nl Mllwauk.c. Wis. uRcd M. yearn. In-ceased wa a tel.itive of Major niviL-Ilt II. Kelleui nf tills city. Hei bus SOUTH ROYALTON. of Ha'' I.f s'e' band was ut one linn- t-iitt.iK' el in the nun liictuio of stone in Ibis cili. The listers from 13 of the -J" tonus and cities of WashliiKton county niel at Mont pelier .Saiuiihu to diseu-s .iiestieis of In teie-st to their ollh -. 1'.. oT Noithlleld was rlite-i'ii chairman and I H. Thoiu.is of this city, secretary. Tin- appraisal of personal property was dis cussed at the inorulUK session anil leal e-state at tho afternoon session. One In teresthiK eiuesiloii dise ussed at tin- nioni Int session as wliet ur Ini-s lyinc ou the bank of a sticam an Usable April I In tho town whue llu-.v aie located, Tho Rcnem!' opinion '.as that they should be so luxeel. It Is epecled iie icsull of the nicctlni; will be n uio.iier uniformity in Hie several town- In the methods of valuation of propel ty. Tho Montreal e.pres. south-bound, was delayed Hu hours at Montpelier .1 unc tion Hmielay nlyht by one ot the heavy coiupoutid firlelil ensiues which had Juinptil the trad; ami blocked Hie. main line. A wicck train from St. Albans cloai ed Ihc track at linen o clock Monday moiuiuj;, ."e-s. Daniel Koiill vii called to Mote- .Miss Hcssle Jones nt I. isle It. Mcrntoshi ,,v- . .. ... i shlev. fiartmoutn, ee,, .,s .... i.,itl e M.ive . own siiinuay. i-"."..- who teaches in Hane, is spcnoiuir w . .1..., ,..,v, Ut v slsl r two weens vacamM, Mr. K. M. S.irseut. .Mrs. .eii-,.e x i turned from Northtlelil sauiu, Dr. and Mrs. l. I., nurncii m-i- . - lay at bis home in netiie.--i r a -ir- cent and .miss .iii'pniiie: turned last week from a trip 1 t i ton, K.setcr anil vlilniiy. Mi-- " 1 ,alusha arrived rrld.iy Horn " 'ollcRf for tho Haster recess Mi. Helen lturbank of llano is ii' lier sister. Mis. Kmily McInto--u- m Isab-lle Martin is at the MapIewneM in Kau.lolph lor a few dajs' isi' - Mr?. Helen Kimball, wno was e n i h.-re by tho Illness and death f ' sister, Mrs. Katherine t-inith. H 't i Satutday for her home In Wash. ton, 1. i". t'liarlca Woodaid his le turned from Hoston. Mrs. ihuib.i Ihpp was lu r.oyaltou a few days re cently to attend to repairs belnc niado on the house to which they will move this week. Miss Jcnnlo e'owen is worklusr feu- Mrs. He ai iiisr. A dausn tcr, Muriel, was bout tin- ll'th to Mr. ind Mrs. HII Ashby. ltayniond r.itne returnnd last week Tllcselay to wotK fen- Hr. 1. L. Hurnctt after IsIIiiir II s home In Sontli Katuioipn. .Mrs. rai nier ot Jonesvlllc arrived la't we K Monday anil was with her daUKbur, Mrs. IJ. H. Iiearins-. until J-'nturdav, Miss Helen liurbauk of Harre is a Sliest of her sister, Mrs. L. 1. Mi In tosb, for two wc.-ks. Mls l.uey I In' left on Friday for Montpellcr. T'ern that city she Rm-s tei ChlcuRO CI ir 4 .Southworth has move d to his l.ous u- cently purchaseil of Mi.-s Fanny si i k. John I 'anil, who was in town 1 ! tenel the funeral of hl ,i m' M s. Smith, has returned to lii 1 mm r i'ortlaud. Me. Charles clapp h ' turned from a westi ru 'i.p. M s Kalherlne McLean Smith passed may tho HHli Inst, after an Itlm ss of about two wcedts, Tin- fuiii-inl was held fi-otn her late home on Thursdiy aftiiiooii The I'.ev. S. i". Sherman, tho pastor o the CoiiRreRatloiml fliunh, of wlk h she was a charter member, offnlatcd. Illver street lames ejrlttlii mocd last wee-k to the- tenement riveuth i ,itnl by .1, A. Merrill. John Hu'ton dud very suddenly on Sutnlas forenoon. The fuiur.il was held from his Into home ou I uesday attcrnoon at two o'clock, GAYSVILLE. Lewis He hardsnn s .-pcml'iisr i fe days ill Host on. Muss. - John lMl.iid i ut. icr, a former resilient m tin- tow died at his home lu liradford Marc i K, of apnplexy, used 7:: eais lie ,t. tho sen of Mela and Thankiul illiirr iiR'ein) Cutler, and was born in South Striftord, when1 his boyhood was spent, lie mar ried Miss lldna Hayes, also of South Htiaffoiel. Ill May, loe!. Some cars la'c th6y came to this town when they I eel until a few years ago when they lenioved to Oriord. N. II., and a 1 ttlc later tc Ur.idfmel. lie Is survived by a wife, wbc Is an Invalid, one si-fr. Mrs Lllen H ir-lilii-lon. who lias been at llradfiud for th past lew mouths, one twee Mrs 111 Staffmd of Northtlelil, two undos, i uiieJ- (( out lulled on 11 ( t It iiiiRe) made the test last wi'.k and found the