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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS : THURSDAY. AtJAUST 30, 1!)06.
2 One Cent A WORD. Advertising In this column ono cent a word, each Insertion. Copy may bo changed every week. Cash In advnnco re quired. No advertisement token which Is less than twelve word, two linen. Special terms to advertisers using from 2W to 1.000 line within twelve coiiBCCUtlve months POINTERS. OWNER8 OF FARMS who wish to hire help or to Fell n farm should uso this column. Nearly COCO copies of thl3 paper nro sold every Issue and your advertise ment would be read by many possible buyers. STiWtf WANTED. WANTED A trimmer for fall season. ono who has recently Jearnod file trado preferred. Address, Riving reference, Miss J. E. Hall, Hochester, Vt. 20S,2t&Sw,lt. RELIABLE GIIIL wanted for general housework. Apply to Mrs. Chas. Wells, 407 College street. 20S,3t&9w,lt. GIRL wanted for general housowork who can do good plain cooking, no wash ing or Ironing, good wages to a com retent Klrl who can give good refer ences. Address Mrs. Howe, Cedar Beach, Vt. About September 5 tho fam ily will return to Burlington. 202,d&w,tf. ATT10NDANT3 wanted at the Taunton Iniane hospital. Wagc3 per month; men 121, women JIC, Including board, lodging wiuhlnir. Adtlrtas J. I. Brown. 31, D Bupt., Drawer D.. Taunton. Mass. 82.d&w.tf. WANTED At Homo for Destitute Chil dren, a good reliable person, used to babies, for head nurso In baby depart ment. 203,3t&wlt. WANTED Teachers for country and village schools; $9.00 to J12.00 per week; must have teachers' certificate. Write for special registration offer. Albany Teachers' Agency, Albany N. Y. 8,w0t. FOR SALE. POM SALE On KENT cheap, 33-ncro farm, 1 mllo from Essex Junction. E. O. DlmonU, Box 174, Johnson, Vt. 203,d&w,lt. FOR SALE An old established bakery two ovens, cash register, all store fix tures, show cases, bakery tools, horso, wagons, sleighs, all In good running or der. A good chanco for the right man. For particulars apply II. Holmes, St. Albans, Vt. 204,6l.&wlt. FOIl SALE A beautiful 130-acre farm on main road, keeps 40 cows, 25 sheep, etc., to be sold cheap. Call or write, C. P. Scribner, Stowe, Vt. lM,d&wlm FOR SALE -v. COQ-foot hot water heater, 20 horso powor steam boiler. W. B. Gates. 21,d&w,tf. 180 LIGHT DYNAMO for salt- In gcod condition; also 30-llght dynamo as good as new. These, are both 125 volt and will run many more lamps on lower voltage. Fre Pros Association, Burlington. 2ti,d&wtf. NOTICE. NOTICE Don't throw away your old rags but send them to A. K. Bcrlan, Intervale avenue, to bo made Into rag carpets. S,w2t NOTICE how little It costs to tell thou sands of rcadets In many towns of Ver mont what you have to sell or what you wish to buy. Advertise In the Free Press and you will get replies to your ndver tlsement. 27,wtf Of 175 a. 3 in. from Milton Falls. Has kept 20 cows and 100 sheep. Good comfortable, house, and barn. Land smooth and free from mono Largo wood lot of SO a. estimated to cut 1,000 c. and leave plenty for the farm. Plenty of hay and fodder, 10 cows and a good outfit of farming tools, all for $3,260.00. "U dl trade for city prop crty. Send 10c for catalogue and map of Vermont. The Reynolds Real Estate Co., 140 ft. Paul St.. Iiurllncton, Vt. Teeth Extracted Absolutely Without I'aU. The only office In Burlington wner you can got tectii extracted without a particle of pain without taking- gas. My nethoi J used by no other person. No Vain; no danger; no after effects DR. I.. IIA7.EN. Office, 163 Pino St., Burlington, VC. Office hours, 10 to 3, V to 8. ESTATE OF CONSTANCE C.IIAUSSE, IIUKMNCTON. STATE OF VERMONT, Chittenden. District of To nil persons Interested In the t'Stuto of Constance Clitiussc, late of Burlington, in said uiHtrlot, deceased, GREETING: At n Probate Court, holden at Bur llngton, within and for tho district of Chittenden, on the 27lh clay or August 100C, an Instrument purporting to be. the last will and testament of Constnnoo C'haiisse, late of Bui llngton, In said ills trlct, deceased, was presented to tho court nforesnld. for probate. And It Is ordered by bald eourt that the 14th day of Sept.. lUufi. at tho Pro bate court rooms In tiid Burlington, bo assigned nn- proving said instrument and that notice thereof bo given to ill persons, concerned, by publishing this order threo weeks successively In tliu Burlington Weekly Freo Press. newspaper published at llurllngton, iirmlnus to the time, unpointed Therefore, you aro hereby notified to appear beloru said court, nt tliu time and place aforesaid, and contest the probate of said will, If you hnvo i ause. Given under my hand nt Burlington In said district, I Ms 27th day of August Hint, MARCICLLt'S BINGHAM. ti.wSt Judge, A FOREST 11Y.MN. fFroni Pu-k. "Th "hvk weie God's first limpid.' 'j i.lt was belote ine;i loarneil about worn 1 .ill A J or. ul !t i helper to build lumplos out 'n!' I;, A I -f . . unil gl it, nnd paint, a.ul gill " i 1 1 - - for worship foiests wheieof ' -., ni- ii. il bunks l ic " J;.i, mm Ui uviiiy VERMONT LOCAL NEWS, (Continued from first page) Pnlmor of Illnesburgh, vico-prosldcnt, Mrs. William Hill of Starksboro, secre tary and treasurer. Tho following- en tertainment committee wtis also elect ed: Miss Mao Clifford of Burlington, Miss llena Hill and Mr. K. K. Eddy of Starksboro. Following tho business mooting a varied entertainment of a literary ohnrnoter was rendered by buv oral of the younger membors nnd al though Mr. Toft Is 84 years of unci ho considered hlmeolf ns young us any nnd played tho violin and danced like tho gayest of them. Mr. and Mrs. Mil ler rendered some fl.no vocal and In strumental music ns did Miss Chamber Inln nnd Miss llena Hill, nnd Master Levcrettn Palmer gave tlicin a short patriotic recitation. The president Invited those present to moot nt his homo In Lincoln next year and It was voted to do so. All felt It had been a day well, spent and went their way homo determined If possible to attend the reunion In lflO". Mrs. Ada Klngslcy of Bristol returned homo Monday after spending a week with Mrs. Botsoy Kddy nnd other relatives here. Tho rurnl free delivery carriers will hnvo a holiday Mondny, September 3. Any patrons desiring their mall can get tho same by calling at the ofllce. Mrs. Coburn Pierce and daughter, Lucy Hello, visited Mrs. Francis Smith Tuesday. Carlton liostwlck is ill with rheumatic fever. Mr. and Mrs. Gay Fogg of llurllngton have returned homo after a week's visit at Will Ellison's and other relatives here. The Huntington base ball nine ramo hero Saturdny tn play with the homo team. Game stood 12 to 11 In favor of the homo nine. Miss Flora Dolan has return ed to Bristol nftcr spending a week's va cation with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. George Dolan. Miss Alice Saylcs return ed to her home In Burlington Tuesday. Orange Smith of Troy, N, Y Is spending his vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mllo Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Almon White, Mrs. Frank Forguscon, Miss Lot tie Vnrney and Mr. anil Mrs. J. Cutler were In Lincoln Monday to attend tho White reunion, held nt Almon Norton's. Miss Ida Klngsley has returned to her homo In New Haven nftor spending a few days with Mrs. E. Ilnnnon. Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Thorne of New York city nnd Charles White of Lansing, Mich., have returned from Lincoln. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. N. Cutter entertained n party of young1 people with n corn roast last Friday even ing. Mr. nnd Mrs. E. E. Miller and daughter, Mndnllne, aro visiting relatives In Springfield. Miss Ellen Sweetc of Lin coln was a guest of Miss Rhftin Hill Wednesday and Thursday of last week. Mr. and Mis. Will Cota nnd children of orgennes are guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. F. It. Wyman. The Baptist Sunday school held their picnic Tuesday on Mason Hill. About 40 attended. Eben Dnlan was pres ent and entertained the party with h's phonograph. WHITING. Mr. nnd Mrs. Davis of New Tork city, are tho guests of the Ilev. nnd Mrs Goodheart. Miss Marjorle Warner of rnwn Point, N. V., Is the guest of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Mason Addison Rawson's sick children are Im proving. Miss Jennie Denno returned rrnm the hospital ruesoay, wnere sue underwent an operation for nppendlcltls. Dr. and Mrs. Charles Phelps, of New Haven, fnnn., are the guests of his parents here. Mr. and Mrs. Royre Col lins of lloston nre visiting friends in town. Mrs. Peter Allies s on the sick list. Mrs. Rnsooo Wissel nnd child of Rutland aro the guests of Mrs. 10. A. Baldwin. Moses Alnes's horses were badly hurt by breaking through n bridge on tho highway i eeontly Mrs. V. C Keey returned homo from Poult- ney Monday. SOUTH STARKSBORO. Doctor nnd Mrs. Wostlnghnuse nnd Mrs. Addle Andrews and children of Buffalo, N. V.. visited thflr aunts. Mrs. Nnnml Purlnton, Mary Young, ami their cousin, Alice Follansbee, Inst week. Walter Young was surprised Angtist 22 by his relatives nnd friends calling for a celebration of his birthday. Refiosh ments were served. Daniel Hallock re turned from Jericho, bringing his daugh ters with him, Monday School commenc ed Monday, f'ora Hurlburt in West dis trict, Kitty Median In East district, and Miss Hoyt of Btlstol ill Maelaln dlstilct. Arthur Grnoo has bought Frank Kim ball's place. James nnd Charles Gr.ice have gone to Middlehurv fnlr with their Morgan stallion. Mrs. Fred Mori 111 is visiting In Lincoln. I'erlev Doty and David Lafayette were In Lincoln Monday. -Joseph Lafayette went to A'ergenns Tuesday with early potatoes receiving one dollar per bushel for them. Mr. and Mrs. En.iah Follansbee are home from Pitts ford, where they have been visiting rela tives the past few w-elcs. The rain Mon day did damage to roads and crops. BRIDPORT. Donald Fletcher broke one arm last week. The funeral of Mrs. Lucy Rico was held at tho residence of her sister, Mrs John Jones of Shoreham, Sunday, August 2C. The burial was in the village cemetery of this town. Mr. and Mrs. Rollln Farquar of Boston recently visited nt D. E. Rice's George I,. Smith, of Orwell, was In town last week. Tho ladles society of tho Congregational Church will hold a chicken plo supper In September. Tho fiftieth nnnlversary of tho society occurs Oclolier Slh. nnd ap propriate exercises will be held at that tlme.T-Tedily and Harold Butler have re turned from their visit to Bristol. Miss Meham of Bristol Is the guest of Mr. anil Mrs. T. J, Butler, Stanley Converse has recovered from his recent Illness, Henry Powers of Schiiylervllle, N, Y. Is tho guest of friends ill town. MONKTON. Donahoo's creamery paid 01c for stan dard 4 per cent milk and M for cream fur tho month of July. Highest test 4.40, lowest test 3X0. highest price f 1,034 low est pi Ice J.B1G. Those who nttended tho fair nt Mlddlebury Wednesday were M. Ross, Daniel Lewis, Mrs, Masters. Mr. ami Mrs. D. E. Meech, Mr. and Mrs. V. II, Geo and Roy Laltose. Mrs. 1 E. Meech Is III. RICHVILLE. Alice and llnrtwell Ward havo been dangerously sick with dysentery. They aio liupi nving slowly under tho caro of Miss Davy of Burlington. Arthur Hmoklns of Pennsylvania has been visiting at his father's. II. S. Ilinoklns, Little Helen Church is quite nick. Farmers are very busy securing their grain and some has already been threshed. Jo'cpli GoKey s doln business In that line. good CALEDONIA COUNTY IIARDWICK. I.ev! 'I.i'. loi of Stowc n nn over l''iiiiil.iy guest of his sou, c, 'I', Taylor. A lirge iiirtv eiijuyeci a tilp to the YViiciilhuiv' Granite Quarries Satin diy. School In tho various depuitiui'lils pins next TucHduy Miss lluiiiham lian rem I icrcd u Miuiutlon and will have the same, position ns last year. Miss llurnhnm lind planned to spend a year with frlondfl In California. Miss Ina Bwlft succeeds MIbs Kenlston and ono moro teacher hns been cngng ed to relievo tho overcrowded condition of tho grndes. Miss Sadlo Wnke of Sutton has been secured for that po sition. Mrs. C. A. Lyon of Brandon nnd her daughter, Miss Karleon Lyon, ott New York city are visiting, nt tho. homo of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. A. Atwoll. Thero wcro eighty-eight tickets sold from thin station Friday for the exciir slon to Iiko Champlnln, Bert Perlcy, who has been visiting friends here, was arrested for Intoxication Saturday and placed in tho village lockup. Mrs. E. K. Mnok, who has been quite sick for soveral days, is reported better. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. J. Campbell nnd Mrs. Rowena Titus, who hnvo been spend ing two weeks nt Peakc's Island, havo returned home. Mr, and Mrs. E. II. Campbell returned Mondny night from an outing spent nt Old OrcH'nrd Bench. Mr, McWMInmn, who hns been visiting his daughter, Mrs. It. D. Bro- dle, during the summer, starts to-day for his homo In Scotland to-day, Thurs day. Mr. and Mrs. Hnrr' Clement con template moving to Rochester, N. Y., very soon. Miss Kpnuldlng nnd her sister, Mrs. Dolan, of Barton, who Is visiting her parents here, left Tuesday morning for Swnnton to. attend tho wedding of a friend. Miss Mary Ml chael, who has been spending n two weeks' vacation In Montpeller and Barro, returned homo Saturday nnd resumed work In tho bank Monday morning. At the business meeting of tho Congregational Church Tuesday evening It was voted to extend n formal call to tho Rev. Lawrence A. Wilson to becomo Its pastor. Mr. Wilson has preached hero two Sundnys nnd It Is the unanimous dcslro of the parish that ho accept its call. Mrs. Arthur Clem rut nnd son of Burlington are visiting relatives tn town. Wednesdnv iSiey went to Morrlsvllle to spend the day with Mrs. Cora Whipple. CHITTENDEN COUNTY ESSEX JUNCTION Mrs. O. S. Nichols while cooking several days ago spilled some hot lard on her left hand burning It seveiely. .Much of tho outer flesh was In shreds. Polling booths are being, arranged In tho old brick hotel building hero In readiness for election September 4. This arrangement is a new feature and does nway with the necessity of the voters of this part of the town having to go to Essex Center tn vote. Tho voters from that section will cist their ballots In the hall at that place as usual. The last meeting of the board of civil authority will bo held at the town clerk's ofllce Saturday evening at 7 o'clock. This will be the last chniice to get names on the check list, as Is necessary In order to vote at the coming election. WINOOSKI. Mary, the ln-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jnle Barlier of Spring street, died Sundny afternoon after a linger ing Illness with tuberculosis. The funer al was held from St. Francis Nnvler church Tuesday morning at eight o'clock. Clinton Adams, the man whom the po lice havo been on the lookout for the past few days, having been mixed up In a disturbance a few nights ago when Roy Lester of Colchester was arrested for a drunk, was found yesterday by Officer Bergeron nnd tnlcen Into custody. Ho was arraigned before Justice Graves in the aflernoon and fined and costs for being drunk and on two rlinrges of breaking the peace he was sentenced to serve 03 days In the Houso of Correction at Rutland for each offense. He will take the ten days In the county Jail for the drunk. Adams Is a stranger here, but It Is thought he Is the man who robbed a man named Belle humor on the Brunswick Hotel steps a little over a year ago and gave his name at that time as Murphy. A new motor to be Installed at the gorgo arrived yesterday morning from the Gen eral Elfetrlc works at Schenectady, N, Y., 'and was hauled to the power station yesterday. WESTFORD. Messrs Davenport and Gulltlmaii, Cle ment speakers, were greeted by n fair Ized audience Fridaly evening. Estimates place the number at ono hundred or one hundred and twenty-live men, women and children. The speakers did not develop anything new, the talk being along the same lines as usual In fusion rallies. There will be a republican rally in the town hall next Friday evening, Tho Hon. Zed Staton will be one of the speakers, and tho other will bo announced later. Tho tin ml went to JelTersonvlllo Satur dny evening to play at a Clement rally. Miss LIU Whiffle went to Rlchford Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Allen and Maurice Allen of Essex Junction visited at John Allen's Saturday. The ladles of tho Fortnightly and Magazine, clubs gave Mrs. C. E. Noyes a lawn party at Mrs. B. A. Stone's Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Nnyos leave town the last of the week. The Rev. Mr. Kidder spent n few day3 In Euosliurgh last week. Miss Edith Hall started for Chicago Wednesday. Mrs. S. C. Bates Is visiting her son In Hudson, N, Y. Tho local baso ball team beat Blnghnnivlllo Saturday, 13 to 10. During tho gamo ono of tho plnyers threw a bat which struck Irv ing Macla on tho leg below tho knee, splintering the bono. Thn Hon. C. S. Palmer will speak at a rally to bo held In tho town hall Friday evening of this week. Music will be furnlhed by the Wcstforcl band. HINESBURGH. Mrs, Wlllnrd Ray lost threo yearllngF by lightning last Thursday. Mrs. Chariot Gago of Thumpsoiivllle, Conn., Is visiting her futher, William Sanctuary. Mrs. M. B. Small and daughter aro visiting In Richmond. There has been much sickness anif.tig children the past week. Tho Rev. T, .1. Harris, formerly of this town, Is touting hi Ireland this summer. Marquis Burrltt Is very sick. Mrs. Daniel Mul len and Hon of Montpeller visited In town last week. The Rev. J. L. Foit of Al bany, N, V was tho guest of tho Rev. M, R. Kronen last week. Mrs. Kiito Col lins attended thu funeral of her slstor, Mrs, J, It, Rice, In Shoreham Sunday, Tho public schools will open Tuesday, September 1, with the following teachers: No. 1, Anna M. Johnson; No. 2, Frances Dower; No. 1, Blancho Bmnll; No. C, Anna 11. Patrick; No. C, Mrs. James Shel tus; No. 7, Hello Cognns; No, S, Nellie K, Ulssonette; No. 9, Nclllo Noonau; No. 10, Bessie Weed j No. VI, James O. Cod ding. Mr. nnd Mrs. F. I Andrews ha'o returned from passing tho summer nt Tlioinpon'H point, Claro Dalley of Bos ton Is visiting at li. D. Wcllor's. A good many attended the races nt Vorgcnncs Saturday. Ruby Thurlcr of Burlington Is visiting her grandmother, Mrs, Nor ton, Mrs. Daniel Weller hns returned to her liouio In Norllifleld. Sho has been ve iling at M. J. Finney's, Mrs, Lewis Dwyer Is vlslllng her daughter, Mrs. Cllf. ford Lewis, In Broohllcld.-A terrific thunder and wind storm passed over here Thursday, Many trees wore broken down nnd three yearlings were1 killed In Mrs. Wlllnrd Ray's pasture. Mrs. Susntl nay has returned to her homo In Burlington. Miss Anna Rollins of Bridgeport, Conn,, Is coming this week tn make nn extend ed visit nt F. It. Dow's. Selden A. Cald well and Clinton Smith have taken Frank Smith's farm In Staritsboro and will move on Immediately. Examination for admission to the high school will bo held Mondny, September 3, nt 9 a. in,, at tho ncadctny. A harvest homo entertainment will he given nt tho Methodist Episcopal Church on Friday evening, September 7. Harvest oxorrlscB nnd songs In which many will participate will bo a feature of tho occa sion. The decorations will be beautiful. A willing offering will be received nt tho door. After tho entertainment a supper will be served by the ladles of the Church. There will bo a fusion rally at the town hall Saturday ovcnlng. Mr. Illndley of Ludlow and V. A. Billiard of Burlington aro tho speakers. Tho body of Mrs. Clement Place, formerly of this town but who has lived with her daughter In Wisconsin for a few years past, was biought hero nnd hurled In the family lot Monday. Road Commissioner Cassady In putting In a permanent rond east of the village. A portion of tho dam of the Chittenden county creamery washed away Monday. WILLISTON The Kings Daughter circle met In the church vestry Friday to do Mint special win IU. w,.; wince.. who has been at her son's the ia.t f.wr wecas, nns reiurneu co nei iiuipiu in Essex. Mrs. Martell Is 111. Miss Susie Blng Is nt home. Mrs. L. J. Barney and children spent a few davs In Burlington , ' , ' ' 11 . ' . ,' 7. . lnot iennlrMi-u Mnrnhntll liflR news tllMt. last week. Mrs. Merchant has news that! her brother, Henry, Is very sick nt his home In Randolph, He Is nlso a brother of Mrs. Lewis Gordon, Mrs. Amo3 Rowo nnd Gilbert Harper. ESSEX CENTER. Mr. and Mrs. William Stevens nnd son of South Hero nre visiting at C. W. Bates's. Miss Blnncho Styles, nurse at the Mary Fletcher Hospital, Is visiting at A. C. Fletcher's; Miss Bessie Parsons of Worcester, Mass., Is visiting A. F. Farnswortb. Mrs. C. W. Mcllrlde of Essex Junction visited at O. E. Blxley's last week. Y. E. Hunt and family aro at Malletts Bay camping for a week. Miss Florence Day, who has been In Bostnif and vicinity visiting friends, le- turned Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Heberd Parndee are parents tt( a ron born Wednesday, August 22. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Bates, who have been visit ing in Canada, havo returned. SOUTH BURLINGTON. The board of civil authority met at the town house Saturday afternoon tc revise the chock list. Mr. and Mrs. Sedg wick Allen aro In New Hampshire visit ing their daughter. Mrs. McMurphy. Mrs. Mary Ross otWIUlston, who came tc helii care for 'jirs. A. W. Cockle, was takm very sick there, but Is now better. JERICHO. George O'Neil and little child of Paw tucket, R. I , aro spending a few days In town calling on old school friends. Warren Buxton came up from Malletts Bay Sunday night, returning Monday foi another week's stay. Mr. and Mrs. Hun tress of Colchester were in town Sunday. They left tln-ir two daughters for a few days with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. 1'. GoiiM. Mr. Chase, son and daughter are visiting his brother, I Chase, in this village, and Mrs. Chnsc of St. Albans is nlso a visitor here. Thn lemallis of Samuel Andrews of Richmond were.' brought hero Tuesday for burial. Mrs. Galusha and her sister, Bertha Cochran, came from Massachusetts Tuesday to visit their parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Cockran. Dr. Georgo Packard, wife and daughter of Denver, Cal came tn town Wednesday morning to visit friends. ST. GEORGE. Mrs. It R. Forbes of Essex Junction, who was visiting her daughter, Mrs. Wil liam Gray, has gone to Illnesburgh to spend a lew days with another daughter, Mis. Mark Ilubbil. Lincoln Lawrence of Chicago Is spi ndlng his vacation with his father, mother and sister at tho home farm of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lawrence. Master l.oran Nobles of Chicago and Richard Thomas of Burlington are at Mr. Lawrence's for their vocation. Miss Ber- Itlce Hliirlgett and I'onta Nichols of Wnter- lnny are visiting Mr. and Mrs. N. E. I'oi'clier. Mr. and Mrs. Janus Mlllham hae returned from Huntington where thoy spent a few days with Mrs. E. T. Collins-.?. E. Hinsdale was In Ferris- burgh last week buying fruit. WEST BOLTON. Miss Flora Piouty of Chicago Is visit ing at Frank Pease's. Miss Edith Robin sou of Richmond Is visiting friends In town. Mr. and Mrs. John Hapgnod and family of .lonisvllle visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Smith, recently. George It. Gilo and family spent Sun day with his mother, Mrs. E. M. Gilo of Underbill. Mr. and -Mrs. A. A. Hall and daughter Peail of Burlington visit ed relatives In town Sunday. Mr. L. J. fllle lias gone to Worcester, Mass. W B. Mown has been nominated republican candidate for representative. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Stevens of Bolton wore guests of Mrs. F. W. Pease Sunday. -Mr. and Mis. V. II. Davis spent tho latter part of last week In Essex Junc tion. WEST MILTON. Mrs. Hayes Tabor and children of Ran dolph are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Asa Mears of tills place. Mrs. Sarah Costollo Is spending tho week with her brother, Harry Mnhonoy, of West Georgia, Miss Annie Lavler returned to her home in Boston Saturday after a two weeks' stay at II, D. Costollo's. Charles Bullock made an ugly wound in his hand Monday with a rusty nail. MILTON. Mrs. Eugeno Allen Is spending a few days with her slsler, Mrs. Mark Austin, in Burlington. Riverside Rebokah lodge will servo ico cienm and cako at the I. O. O. F. parlois on Wednesday evening, A party of young people consisting of Mrs, Andia St. John, Miss Nclllo Lewis, Mlos Gertrude Goodyear, Miss Edrlc Barber, Roy Lewis, Georgo Allen, Hnrlle Perry anil Arthur Thompson, chaperoned by Mr, and Mrs. Ray Lewis, havo gone Into camp at Patterson's on tho Georgia .shore, Mr. nnd Mrs. P. Adams and little child of White River Junction spent Sun clay at their uuclo'H. Levi Plcnno's.-Mr. nnd Mis. Porter Plcrpont returned to their homo In Savannah, tin.. Sundny evening, -Samuel Phelps, Jr., ot Fairfax Is visit ing friends In town. The remains of Mrs. May Lnduo Lamb, wlfo ot John Lamb, wero brought hero Tuesday morning from St. Albans, wheio she died Saturday at tho homo of hur mother of tuberculosis. The funeral was held nt tho Methodist Church at 10 a. m., the Rov, M. II. Ryan officiating, with tho interment In thn vlllngo cemetery. MM. Lamb was 23 vears old and lenves a hus band and threo llttlo children, a father and mother and one sister nnd two urotn errs.-Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Cormln and two children nnd Curtis Mayvillci are visit Inc In Mlrtillehurv. Mix. I- E. Wolcolt goes this week to Minneapolis, whero the will spend tho wlntor.-Mr. ami Mrs. J Ia. Kennedy spent Wednesday In Burllnj ton. Col. II. O. Clark nnd daughters, Ixils nnd Clara, returned Wednesday evening from Nnntuckct, whero they hnvo beer, for a month. MILTON BORO. Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Cushmnn, parents of Mrs. Jeniio of Burlington, passed last week at tho Wood cottage nt Camp Rich, Wcsloy Benjamin arrived nt his uncle's Monday. Messrs. Shermnn and Page were at tho Boro Sundny, There will be a church social nt Amos Hill's Thursday evening. The proceeds nro for the pur chase of an organ for tho local church, EAST CHARLOTTE Mr. Wllloughby and his daughter, Mrs. Brlggs, nnd her two children, who have been spending some tlmo nt their cottage nt Long Point, havo retnrned home. E. H. Converse hns sold a portion of his farm to Ralph Clark. 'Mrs. Edward Loomls of Chicago, III,, Is tho guest of Miss Sarah Woostor. Miss Clara Stacy of Burlington Is visiting her father. Miss Blanche Bradley hns returned from Thompson's Point, whero she was tho guest of her uncle, O, G. Norton, of Plensantvllle, N. Y who with his family Is spending two weeks nt the Eno cottngo. Holden Gove, the 12 days old son of Mr. and Mrs. Burt Estos, died enrty Friday morning at their cottngo at Thompson's Point, whero tho family nre spending tho summer. Tho funeral was held at the. cottage Saturday afternoon nt two o'clock, tho Rev, llervey Gullck olllclatlng. Tho 'Interment was In tho cemetery nt East Charlotte A. A. Kcmpton. principal of Brlgham Acade .,,, o an ,,,.,,,, ,eoturc nt tllG J; my. give an Illustrated lecture nt the Bap tist Church Thursday evening, August 30. Dr. F. A. Rich and family, who havo been visiting Dr. and Mrs. Vnrney, re , , '. ,. ' ' ,' , turned to Bur ngton Sunday even ng. " Miss Brown of Hanover, N. II. , la tho guest of Miss Rena Johns. Mrs. J. F. Cowcn, who has been the gurst of Mr. and Mrs, Henry Claxton, left Monday for Indianapolis, Ind. At tho foot of the hill near R. Edger- ton's Monday morning rurnl carrier Thomas Hart met with an accident. Ills horse was frightened nt nil automobile, No. 2!17M1, N. Y. The horso Is not usually afraid of tho machines but IL was com ing toward him with such speed that he turned nroiind and Jumped tho ditch throwing Mr. Uni t out and breaking ono wheel of his wagon. It Is claimed that Mr. Hart motioned to tho occupants of the auto to stop but they paid no atten tion tn him, later claiming not to have seen him. Mr. Hart escaped uninjured. A. H Ball arrived home last Monday from n two years' sojourn In Kansas. Miss Lon Whiting of Granville, Miss Helen Brown of Hanover, N. H., and Mrs. J. F. Cowern were guests of Miss Rena Johns for a few days last week. Mrs. E. B. Loomls of Chicago, 111., Is visiting Mrs. P. M. Eno and Miss Sarah Wonster. Dr. F. A. Rich and family of Burlington stient Saturday and Sunday with Mis. Rich's parents, Dr. and Mrs. Vnrney. returning to llurllngton M"- day. Miss Mary Whltls, who has been tho guest ot Mrs. P. M. Eno nnd family for the post six weeks has left for her home in Austin, Texas, after spending six weeks with relatives and friends In Vermont, New Hampshire nnd Massa chusetts. H. S. Fronda nnd son, Clayton, will take two line stock horses to Mld dlebury Fnlr for exhibition. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Estcy burled their two weeks old son last Saturday In the Norsford cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. H. II. Claxton and their aunt, Mrs. Lydla Allls. went to Spring Grove camp meeting Saturday, returning on Monday. S. N. Putnam of Now York has been in town since Thurs day visiting ills son, XIaster Henry Put man. He left Monday for his place of business. Miss Selna Ockerblad of Bur lington came Mondny for a visit of a few days with Miss Rena Johns. An Illus trated lecture on "Ben Hur" will tc given In the Baptist Church Thurs day evening, the 30th by tho principal of Brlgham Academy, Bakerslleld. Mrs, J. F. Cowern left Monday noon for her home In Indianapolis. Inch, Mr. nnd Mrs. A N. Ellison nr visiting their son, E. E. Ellison In Brosto, and relatives in Starksboro and Lincoln. Louis nnd Burton Beers have been spending a few days with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Beers, at Thompson's Point The Baptist Sundny school will observe tho annual rally day next Sunday, Sep tember 2. JERICHO CENTRE. The public schools open for the fall term next Tuesday. September 4, with the same teachers as last year. Mrs. W. C. Hyde nnd two rhlldren, accompanied by her mother, Mrs. C. A. Cook, returned to Chicago Wednesdnv. Deacon and Mrs. G. C. Blckwell, who havo neon spending several weeks with relatives In Chicago, nro expected homo Thursday ovenlng. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nealy. Mr. and .Mrs. E. S. Ransom. Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Nealv md Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Blcknell attended the county fair at Morrlsvllle Wednes day. Tho list of candidates and sample ballots for town representative and Jus tices of the peace were posted by Con stable F. G. Pease Tuesday. Tuff el Bot- wlck, who hns been spending several weeks In Montreal. Quebec and other Canndlnn cities, returned to Jericho Sat urday. Mrs. P. S. Toiullnson and children of South Burlington are visiting her par ents, Mr. and -Mrs. J. E. Cunningham. Mrs. Jennie Ransom and daughter, Jessie, ot Brattleborn, aie visitors at her broth er's. F. A. Stlles's. The Mrs. Dane farm on Lee river, now occupied by F. G. Mc Glnnls, has been sold to LiVmnul Mitchell lios.sesslon to bo given October 1. The ladles of the parish plan to serve refresh ments nt tho town room at Tuesday's mooting for tho benefit ot tho Village lm provenient society. ESSEX CENTER. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Collins of Bur lington visited Mrs. Colllns's uncle, John Cunningham, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Ilanley are attending tho fair at Mor rlsvllle this week. Miss Bessie Fletcher is visiting her sister, Mrs. Northrup, at Sheldon. Brown's river creamery paid for July milk S7 3-10 cents; Johnson & Co., Ml cents; Donahue, 01 conts.'-Members of the Ladles' Aid will meet at Mrs. Ladd s for a business meeting Friday aflernoon. Tho Grange will have a picnic at Malletts bay Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Newel Story of Jericho visited nt A. F. Farnsworth's Tuesday. llany Williams of Chicago, 111., Is visiting his cousin, D. J. Williams at Hotel Ferguson, Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Williams attended tho funeral of Samuel Andrews at Richmond Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Blxby attended the fair at Mor rlsvllle Wednesday. Sir. Warren C, Smith, who was born In Essex, died In Jolinvlllc, P. Q., August fi, nt tho ago of 72, Her maiden name was Hannah M. Ellis and she lived In Essex and Burlington until her marriage, when sho removed with her husband to John vllle. P. Q. Sho will bo remembered by thoso who knew her ns ono ever rca'dy to lay aside her own comfort or convenience! to lend n helping baud nnd In every poasi bio way minister to tho comtort of thoso around her. CHARL01TE. I. O. St. Clnlr of tho Emerson plnco ha returned nftor u wcek'H vacation with friends In Boston. Mrs. Wright and Miss Smith of Rutland havo been visiting II. A. Williams nnd fnmlly. Mrs. A. C. Dean has returned from a few dnys at Long Point. J. Rich ard Dean Is camping at Long point. Miss Louise Lewis hns gono to Goshen, N, Y to engage In teaching. Gcoruo and Mer- rltt Carpenter havo gono to Northflcld, Mrs, F. B, Smith Iibr returned from tho Mary Fletcher hospital much Improved In health. Mrs. W. II. McNeil has re turned from Troy, County Sundny school convention will b held hero September 7. Miss Tina M. Deyette goes this week to Newbury, where she Is engnged to teach school. Miss Claro Beach will go to Ver mont Acndcmy, Saxtons River, for tho fall term. Misses Carllno Woostcr, Mar ietta Williams and Phobe Horsford will attend Goddard Seminary. Mrs. Georgo. II. Root and daughters Marjorle, and June, have, returned to Boston. Edward Stone, who Is here from Chicago, Is hav ing a family monument sot up In the cemetory here. RICHMOND. Miss Myrtle. Ouptll, a former teacher In the high school, was recently the guest of her uncle, tho Hon. A. T, Stevens. Mrs. Illssell and son, Donald, of Hart ford, Conn., Is visiting nt thn home of Mr, and Mrs. Alonzo Chase. Miss Frances Freeman, who has been 111 the past week, has recovered. The Rev. A. J. Glynn has returned from a month's vacation. Mrs. A. E. Carr nnd daughter of Montpeller nro the guests of her sister, Miss Lent Senvor. Mrs, Sarah Snyles has returned from Burlington, whero she has been nt the Sparhawk sanitarium for treatment. Miss Gertrude Chase ot Enfield, N. II., Is visit ing her parents, Mr, nnd Mrs. Alonzo Chase. John Cunningham, who hns been n guest nt tho Park IIouso for two weeks, returned Sundny to his homo In Boston. Tho funeral of the late Samuel Andrews, who died nt his home Sunday morning nftcr a short Illness of heart disease, was held from tho Congregatlonnl Church Tuesday morning nt 10:30 o'clock, with burial at Jericho. Tho deceased leaves besides a widow one son, Dr. B. J. An drews, of Burlington, and one daughter, Mrs. Gratis Davidson ot Newtano. and one brother, the Hon. E. B. Andrews ot this town, to mourn his loss. Tho remains of Mrs. Clement Place of Northland, Mich., arrived hero Sundny evening and a short funeral service was held at the Congregational Church Monday afternoon nt two o'clock, with burial In Illnesburgh, the former homo of the deceased. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Granfleld nnd daughter of St. Albans are the guests ot Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McOnrgan at the Park House. Mrs. Thomas Dohcrty and son, Harry, have returned from a short stay In Wnterbury. Mr. nnd Mrs. Fitzgerald of Montpeller wero guests ot Mr. nnd Mrs Mnrtln Purtcl over Sunday. Mrs. S. F. Andrews, who has been the guest ot her daughter, Mrs. Fred Powers, In Wnter bury for several weeks, has returned home. Mrs. Annie O'Brien hns returned from a week's stay at her home In Bur lington. Mrs. Thomas Doherty nnd son, Harry, were recently tho guests of friends In Wnterbury. Miss Nena Shep- nrdson Is visiting friends In Wnterbury. Mrs. J. W. Riley and son of Burlington aro the guests of her sister, Mrs. C. L. Bossett. Several from here attended ! Woodman's fair at Jericho Saturday even Ing. Miss Gertrude Flanagan has return ed to her home after a short stay herd as tho guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. M. E. Leary, Captain Bronson of Illnesburgh Is visit ing at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Williams. Miss Margaret Murphy of Burlington Is visiting nt the home of her brother, M. Murphy. Mrs. Thomas Doherty and son Hnrry, who have been guests of her sister, Miss Ellen Flannery, for the past two months, returned Tuesday to their homo in St. Louis, Mo., M. G. Leary ind E. II. Horton of Burlington wero in town Tuesday. A whist party was given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. R, Goodwin Monday evening. Tho first prize was won by W. W. Miller and Miss Nellie Henley; the foot prize by M. O Goodrich. Refreshments of Ice cream and cake were served. Mrs. M. G. Ieary of Burlington Is visiting at this home of her father, Patrick Glenson. A. B. Chand ler. who has been spending his vacation hero with his wife at the home of Mr, nnd Mrs. G. A. Edwards, has returned to his home in Bellows Falls. Mrs, Chandler will remain here for several weeks. William Green of Boston Is the guest of his brother, Thomns Greene. The Rev. nnd Mrs. E. P. Treat and dadghtu Lenoru returned last evening from a month's vacation, spent nt Greensboro. Vt., HUNTINGTON CENTER. Mrs. Clara Norton went to Glens 1'all Satuiday to visit her cousin, Julius Kim ball. Ward, the oung son of Gerald Bag ley, who lias been quite 111, Is better. Scv era! from hero attended the funeral of Samuel Andrews nt Richmond Tuesday. Benjamin Tronibley has moved Into the boarding house at Ilanksvllle. Thero will be a republican rally here Saturday evening. Hon. D. J. Foster of Burlington will be ono of the speakers. John Miles expects to move his family to Bristol next week. Mr. Miles' peopl camo here from Canada about twelv years ago and Mr. Miles has been a pros perous merchant here In tho firm of Hill & Miles. Schools will commence hee Senteniher 10th with Mrs. E. M, Pierce and Miss Mabel Stockwell teachers. HUNTINGTON. The funeral of Alfred Phillips was held from the Union Church Saturday after noon nt two o'clock. Tho Rev. W, Hathaway, assisted by J. J. Ross, ofll elated. The dcceaFCu has been a patient sufferer for n long time with consump tlon. He Is survived by a widow, two sons, .lton of Richmond, uary ot tins town and one daughter, Mrs. Irvln Bis sell. Mr. nnd Mrs. George Smith en tertaln tho Farmers' club Friday, Aug list 31, Mrs, W, B. Tuft opened her school here Monday morning. Misses Eleanor and Iiura Sweet returned Sat uulay from a visit in Starksboro. Mr and Mrs. Elmer Ross of Lewlston, Mont left here Monday morning for their home accompanied by his brother, H. L. Ross Tho Christian Endeavor Society hav changed their Ico cream supper from Saturday night to Friday night Angus 31. Earl Morrill has gone to Clnrcmont N. 11.. where ho his secured n position. Mrs. L. II. Sweet entertained the King daughters Wednesday. FRANKLIN C0UNT1 FLETCHER. There was a small sized audience nt the fusion rail Thursday night. Mrs. Julian Bingham nnd llttlo child nro visiting her slsler, Mrs, Sidney Be.irdsley, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thomas of Wcstford spent Tuesday at Ira W. Green's. Mrs. Her bert Jones Is recovering from her recent Illness. Mrs. Hemnn Learned of Wcst ford Is visiting her sister, Mrs. R. C. Pnrsons, B. W. Corso nnd wlfo spent Friday In Burllrston, BAKERSFIELD HOLLOW. Herbert W, Denlo of WcstllcldMiiss., has been passing n fow days with his cousin, II, K. Denlo, returning homo Mon day. Hurley Jones is working for R. J. Cowan, Fred Buskcy Is visiting Ills broth er In Enobburgh. FAIRFAX. The Rov, Alfred Drow of southern Florida occupied tho Baptist Church pul pit Sunday In tho nbsenco of the pastor. MIbs Qnonlo Felton la qullo sick, The Rev. and Mrs. Alfred Drew of southern Florida are tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. nnur inr,illnlh... If,, ..I ..l.l. o .-.tiiut ni w cull. ,urs. curl lll.-l-l.Tl Ullli UUUKIllUin UIU flHJVlIlK 111 l-nhml . T" ( I. '. . . , . , , . . , l-l.j.).... It. . l. ..., Ac-ftdemv. Herbert sUiniwiri1,ni nf Iflnte i-i win move in me i uri s nee er rnr Untn..K . ,1.1. -.11 , , On,.!.,),, ...til .-.. lit. n.i, ,tn,'."L n il .111.1, I.IIU.tl .I1U taguo Wednesday afternoon, All membe 1. 1 " uimesieu in He present - I'oiaiocs a rotting badly In many fields. The fall term ot Bellows Free Academ ).). nn.lr..l I . 1 "t.ii. ijAiijii, i, timing mi- most v wisu iu enier Humes i, ami y, or t iinnilomln ilAnn r I turtn f t,.1) f.r. nA...l...t on Monday, September 3rd. EAST BERKSHIRE. win, i"i it II L 4111(1 r"m. 1 1 I nil I l J ( II I I V'f Inn lift.. t.ln f. r CJ At..M n vtett In Ksscx nnd Hurllnnton, i niiii tt mi Jiii'iiiii utim iuiu i fin i n 1 1 . 1 .1 1 T t 1 ..I I- . . - 4 . . from Minneapolis, Minn, Tho Hev. from Franklin Pond, where they ha been In camp for several weeks. Tho . Martz Specialty company will appear tlie hotel hall Friday ovenlng. Mrs, I etreatill and dnughter, Emma, are Rlchford for a few days. SW ANTON CENTRE. Mr?. I,pnn. Hrlll Ciravrs. formerly III u l.l.tun -l..ln.t I.. - . I 1 f . . i . iivc, 'iniivu (11 nil." lllllll I days last week.- Mrs. J T Catlln, mill ,1 ll'l, i !!t-11l 1111 montns, went to .Montreal to consult Knrtelnlle. T,iii.lnc tlut W.llln r-..t has returned from a three weeks' visit her uncle's, T. F. Catlln of Sheldon. EAST HIGHGATE. daughter Gladys, guests nt 1- iiiriKiin tiiitise. 1 1 irrii i-ii in M rir ih ti.i ed Friday with friends In th s lag. James Cutler of Eviinsvle Ir 1 has been passing somo t ine ,t of his nephew. II. J. Cutler we' T Kenneth Stanton, whj has nass sevcrnl days with O. A. Rixford, turned tn the Franklin House, Highp Susie Rixford visited relatives In Albans nnd Milton Thursday and Frld lew nays recently wnn ner granu uau i.eacn ac mc nome or m. ii. i' a n a jieiuiui: riu ni. in ui mwunuii iii i'-u nay in inu iiiiuii; ui .m-.. r,. u x utMu Mrs. Macla and daughters Jennie ba Alt,..n lii.r. rft,i.,..rl tfnm chusetts, where they havo been living the past six months, HIGHGATE CENTER. Dr. Tt. ?f. T'eHfin nf Ttle.hfnriV -tvnc town Monday. Miss Edith Carman, has heei visiting at the home of II. Carman, has returned to her home Boston. SInss. The Lid lex of St. Jo Episcopal Church will serve a supper the home of E. S. Moore Thursday, A list :i nn. irom live, in eisrnr o cine iniirsuay anernoon oi last wcok in no r W ton n iu, lllea I.-.Itl frt '. IT Mr. and Mrs. Miles Phillips and son of Franklin visited relatives In town week. Tho ladles of the Congregate uiiunii ait; lu iiaiu mi nt iic.uu n?i at the homo of W. H. Skeels Friday of Swanton is In town the guest of II. v. .iliuiscu. V l . I l'-U lU I t'l tn -l t, In tnn'n tills HTG. l!nil(l!ll' GEORGIA. Miss Ethel Austin of Boston Is Ing her parents, the Rov. nnd Mrs. A Austin. Mrs. Minerva Pike passed SOth birthday Saturday, Aug s' JO, those from away who helped her i brato and passed a fw days v 111 were Mr. and Mrs, Arthur Pike daughters, i.izzie ami i.ut ina c 'use Johnson and Mr and Mrs Pen br Churchill spent a few days last v with their cousin, Iepha Ahell Bai and Lakeside Grange are O unite Hi excursion on i.aKu c nan ii im. -u 31, by steamer Chateaugay lei ns Albans bay about eight o'clJik and g as far south as time will permit, to Ing at Burlington each wny. The Geo ir.lllll Will llllllisii inur.li.. .luiuu. niu ltois In town the past Vek were Young of Alburgh. Mrs. Ladd of Bu ton, Mrs. Clary of Sheldon, Mr. and Decker wero tn St. Albans Tuesday. MONTGOMERY CENTRE. A crowd estimated from in to GOrt evening co niienu ine repuuucnu .Miorney uenurai v. v. i- ina .mu .... II. Grout were advertised as speaksrs, De ineseill nun me niiiu- i rewi'iiw" i mlttee sent w. .1. liigeiow oi iiurun ill his place, i ne iciuniiiru uauu k.i flue concert while the people were gat Ing. Mr. Fltts was brought here by Puffer ot Rlchford In his automobile they were accompanied by quite an a mobile party from that village M Maurice ot Montgomery presided and plnde-d some statements recently sent to town by the Clement bureau He Introduced Mr. Fltts, who for an hour ten minutes held the closest attcntlo the large audience. Ills exposure of Clement's secret coal rales on the innii nnn iirismi r.iiirnntis .'inn ms in in nnmn v wnn me eiu 111 m.iK nc rci 11, lilt" l.lllllltltl 1. l'tll,l!."'.'t .. . . iv we i recciveti. ir. ium-iuh ""i-ni viewed w nat the ropuiiiic.w ukishii rleu efimmln-.lnns nnd reirulatlnc the I'Limum e in nmn- nii.ttiin me, v these facts conclusively showed that Republican party does not stand to tolerate any mlsuso of State funds, BAKERSFIELD. Harold Dean of Nntlck, Mass. Is Ing relatives In town. Mrs. Royal Ohio, who havo been spending the nit'l ilk inu iiiiiuu ui iiuc-i-i'ii .it.it Orange, Mass . was tho guest of his and Mrs. Alvan A. Kempton nnd dn tor. Miriam, who have spent the nier ai uturhi-n -uiu, . n., ,t...i curueu iiuiiii'. ...ii-. t. .tiit.1 tiv,.... of EnosDurgn visuen ner sisier, .urs A. Austin, over Sundny. Miss Austin is spending a ween wiui nei tor, Mrs. M. O. Heath of Hydo Pa Massachusetts, A bazaar for the be of St. George's church will bo held ovcnlng. FRANKLIN. Rural Carrier J.B. Tntro and famll spending his vacation with friends In Ing the mall. Abram Bollo has move fnmlly from Newport, N. H into Mnrtln house. Mrs. Marcln, Mr. and II, E, and R. J. Gates, Mr. and Mr W. Gates and dnughter, Edith, Mr, Mrs. C. W. Powell and daughters and Mildred, nttended the Gatcs-Qld