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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS t THURSDAY AUGUST 30, 1906.
VERMONT LOCAL NEWS (Condoned from Ihlrrt pace. Btowo Is visiting her grandparents, Wllllnni Hnlley and wife, Hew O. u. tlnrnard n( Undrhlll was In town Tues Bay to visit his daughter MrB. Frank Blntner who hits been very III of typhoid fever but Is now convalescent. Clayton Hnsklns and wife of Cndy'B Valla were recently guests of tho lnttor'8 father, Milton Kruce. CAMBRIDGE. Miss Llla Clovcnger, who has been pass ing her vacation at the homo of Mrs. Charles llobnrt. left Inst Monday for her homo In Philadelphia, Tho social at Mrs. W. H. Howard's .Tuerdiy afternoon was nttenilod by about M people. Mrs Jlnttle Putnam and daughter Annie were visitors In r.urllnirtnn Wednesday. V. F. Urush has gone to St. Joseph, Mo to visit an uncle. F. F. Dickinson and family of Ilrocklim, Mass., are visiting at tho homo of Luther Dickinson. Hurt Burns and Wllllnni Drlscoll have gono to C'adv's Kails to work on tho new dam. Miss Francos Ilobart has gone to her ofllce In Montpeller for a few days A three act comedy, "Tho Prince of Liars' will be given at the American house halt Tuesday evennlg Septemlcr 4th for tho benefit of the public library. A dance will bo held after tho performance. STOWK. C, L. McMahon and George S. Gale re turned homo on Monday morning from a trip to Minneapolis, nrrlvlng at Water bury on the mldnlgftt train, where they were met by II, C. McMahon with his automobile Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Wllk Ins visited Mrs. C. It. Churchill on Mt. Mansfield Saturday, returning Sunday. The Stowe high and graded schools will not open until September 12,. as lTlnrlpal Hessey will be detained In Maine until then by business. F, K. Stafford spenf Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Kute Staf ford, at Queen City Park. William Ilaveltn was tried Wore State's Attor ney Hlcknell for Intoxication on Monday and fined $5 and costs, amounting to J1S nnd was taken to Hyde Park Jail for 15 days. Tho Rev. and Mrs. Goodnle of California, who aio visiting friends In Vermont, called on old acquaintances In Stowe Inst week. Mrs. Goodale was for merly Miss Kmmn Lanpher of Stowe and Is well remembered here. Miss Ituby Scaver of Cady's Falls spent last week with her aunt, Mrs. E, J. Adams, nnd other relatives. Miss Addle Ilurnhnm of Enfield, N. H Is visiting relatives In Stowe. Marlt Poor of Minnesota was called to Stowe last week by the Illness of his mother, Mrs. S. L. Poor. Dr. Woodard of Morrlsvllle was here on Frl day In consultation with Dr. Morgan upon Mrs. Poore's case. Miss Carurn of Crafts bury is here caring for Mrs. Pnorp. The Rev. J. Q. Angell spent a part of last week In Rnndolph.--Mrs. Thomas Foster was qulto ill Inst week. Marshall John on of Springfield Is spending a two weeks' vacation at K. 13. Gale's. Road Commissioner Hurt has nearly completed a strip of permanent road from the Slay ton brldgo to the West Hranch Church. Mrs. Albeo of Sprlnglleld, Mass., who Is stopping at K. B. Gale's, assisted In the West Branch choir on Sunday afternoon singing a solo. Miss Wright, who grad uated in June from the Johnson Normal school, has a position In the primary de jiartment of the Cambridge graded school and will also tench drawing in the whole school. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Wright of Westminster recently visited Mr, Wright's brother, S. II. Wright, and fam ily, while on a carriage drive. Mrs A. Riley and children returned on Friday from eamp at Lnke Elmore. Miss Mary Campbell, who has been In Canada for seveial weeks, spent last week in Stowe, Miss Campbell has a position as teacher In Whcelock the coming year. J. T.. Orear of Somervllle has Joined his family at C. F. Kddy's. H. J. Mayo was at homo from Northfleld over Sunday. Jesso Moody, who is employe at the Summit House, spent Sunday whti Ills parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Faunrc and chll dren of Hardwlek were visitors in Stow over Sunday. The Misses Marjorle and Rebecca Burt are visiting In Swanton. Mr. and Mrs. John Burnett and daugh ter. who have been visiting friends In this vicinity, left for their home In Will lamstown on Saturday. Miss Marie Mc Mahon was the giiest of her cousin, Miss Huth McMahon, last week, returning on Saturday to her homo In Burlington Mrs. Edward Magoon, formerly of Waterbury but recently of Moss Glen met with a serious accident on Tuesday afternoon while driving down from I.uce III11, where sho had been visiting her Sister, Mrs. Fred Morrill. Her two child Ten were with her but were afraid to ride down the hill nnd were walking Tho horse became unmanageable nnd ran It Ik not known how far, but at the steep pitch above, P. R. Gales', the Row J. Q Angell, who was driving down the hill, was overtaken nnd his buggy Just escap ed being telescoped. At the foot of the hill the horse tipped over the buggy and freed Itself from It. Mr. Angell hastened to the assistance of the woman whom he i found unconscious. She was taken to T. R. Gale's nnd Dr. Morgan was called. She was found to bo suffering from con cussion of the brain, nnd on Wednesday morning, when she was taken to the home of her sister Mrs. Frank Morse, had only partially regained consciousness. It Is thought that her injuries, though serious, will not prove fatnl, Tho team belonged to Eddy A Macutchan's livery. The horse was caught near Mr. Gale's house. The bugKy was completely demolished. On i Wednesday Mrs. R. C. Savago and her daughters, Mrs. A. II. Ball and Miss II, E. Savage left Stowe for their home In Westflold, Mass. Mrs. Savage having recently sold her homestead here to K. Ci. Robinson of Elmore. Miss Savage re turns to Stowo for ii short time to ar range for the removal of their house hold goods. This removes the last of a family which has been prominent In Stowe for many years. Mrs. Savage has hem a resident of Stowe for W years. coming here from Woodstock nt the time of her marriage to R, C, Savage, who was himself born here and was a life long resident, dying In 1001, at the home Just sold, which has been occupied by the family for IS years. Mrs. SnvnRO has been an Invalid nid confined to her home for several yeais. Miss Savage has been ,.. , . I, t n,.1 u.nflr et very iicuw in m rviu.m.-..,.. . ....... ... the town, having been superintendent of schools for several years, and much of the good work done by the schools Is due to her Interest nnd efforts. Bhe will also be much missed In the Congregational society where sho has been an .active member. She has been superintendent of the Sunday school for ' some time. Miss I.ucla Ladd who has been with the family for two years will go to Westfteld to reside with them. Mr. and Mrs. II. W. Smith of Olympla, Wnsh., are ' spending n short time with Mrs. Smith's sister, Mrs. George Slay ton, and other Stowe friends. An enthusiastic fusion rally was held here on Monday evening. Stowe Military bnnd furnished music. The band also went to Watorbury on Tuesday eve nlnif. Bowman Oalo and C. B, "Weeks havo returned from Minneapolis. The I people of Blown ntlctifled the Morrlsvllle fair In irrem mtmueis. mere nemg prou 1 ably a thotiHaml there on Wednesday. IOorlylo nrnwn of WIIHston ! visiting II, C. McMnllon.-MIss Mabel Wrlifht nnd Jlorbort Wright roturned thU week from visit to friends In Cnlals, Prof. Harsh- bruger of Pennsylvania University, Phila delphia, has been a fjuest at Green Mountain Inn this week, visiting Hie Notch and mountain, collecting material for a botnnfenl work ho Is preparing, Mr. nnd Mrs. Molt of Orange, N. J are stopping nt Green Mountain Inn. Mrs. E. A, Parsons, who has been visit ing In Stowe for two weeks, left on Tuesdny for Milwaukee, Wis., on her way to her home In Minneapolis. Dr. DeWItt S. Clarke, Miss Hilda Clarke and Miss Kntherlno Hutler returned to Snlom, Mass., on Tuesday. Mrs. Ollvo Corliss, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Chandler Watts, and other selatlves, re turns next week to her home In New Hampshire. Miss Nellie Watts returns next week to her school work In Haver hill, Mass. Ed McOrath has been called to t'tlca, N, Y bv the serldus Illness of his sister. Grover Luco of Worcester. Mass., Is a visitor In Stowe. Henry Downer has returned to hlr. duties as R. D. mall carrier after a two weeks' vacation. A. B, Alger has been serving ns substitute. Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Ide of Melrose, Mass., were recent visitors In Stowe. Mrs. Abbott left Tuesday for Jit. Mansfield to spend n few days as guest of Mrs, C. F. Churchill. At fully church, Rev. U. M. H, Abbott, pastor, there will be Sunday morning service at 10:4.1, on Go Forward," Sunday schoot will meet nt 12 m.: Young People.'s Fraternity will meet nt 7:30 p. m. Topic: Capital and Labor. Refs. Mark 12-14-1S; Prow 13.23, Leader, D. Pike. Mrs. Abbott wn called down from the Mountain last Tues day to attend the funeral of Mrs. Nancy Chaffee nt Moscow which was held Wednesday morning nnd largely attended The Interment was at Morrlstown. f nlty Sunday School picnic Inst Thursday at the farm of William Smith a large num ber attending. An abundance of good things were, provided, nnd an abundance of room In the house and grounds. Mr. nnd Mrs. Smith generously provided Ice cram, etc. The long tables Were spread under the trres. In spite of the heavy showers later In the day, the occasion was very pleasant one. ORLEANS COUNTY BROWNINGTON. IRASBUROH. Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Webster recently visited tbolr son, Ollu, In Beikshlro Cen ter. Mr. nnd Mrs. Elmer Stack havo moved to Newport Center, whoro thoy will tench the fall term of school. Mrs. Addison Carpenter suffered n shock last Friday night and remains very seriously lll.-Mrs. Cotton of Sweetsburg, P. Q., Is Isltlng her daughter, Mrs. Oeorgo Phil llp.-F.ilJnh Wllley remains iUlt lll. Mrs, Templeton Is visiting friends In Rich- ford. DERBY LINE. Miss Lillian Smith has letnrned from an extended visit with her sister, Mrs. H. Cowens of New York city. Mr. niift Mrs. Fred Hunt of Barton Landing left for their homo early In the week after spending n few days with Mr. Hunt's motnee, Jirn. M. J. Hunt. Miss Grace Pike Is spending a ton day's vaca tion with friends on the shores of I.nko Miissnwlppl, North Hnitley. The many friends here of Miss Mnlld Riches of Newport are pleased to rend of her en gagement to George Cook of Lon don, England The Derby Lino grmlcd chool begins the full term September 10. Miss Itliard ban charge of the hliiher department, Miss Clark returns for the Intermediate, and Miss Marie of New port will Instinct the primary classes. Newman Blake hns opened a mc.it market In tho Spauldlng block. Mrs Persls Foster and daughter, IMtty, of New Vork clt nte staying n few weeks at the Derby Line hotel, DERBY. Almon Rnwen has moved from Mrs, Le land's tenement to Moroy's house near the mill. Judge Orne has had a well dug on his premises with good success. Mrs, Mnrla Heath has gono to Rhode, Island with her niece, Mrs. Paul Miller, for a month's visit. Mrs. James Miles of Silt ton nnd her grand daughters, Hazel Miles and Christie Grey, visited her daughter. Mrs. Ellis Robinson, last week. Mrs. E. E, Dutton Is Improving slowly. Benjamin Burrows, who has been quite 111, Is gain lng slowly. fieldon Grey has bought back his old farm. It was sold to Joseph Young last spring. Mrs. William Flandeis and daughter of Boston are visiting friends here. Mrs. Jano Brooks of this town has an old-fashioned monthly rose which Is quite a curiosity. It belonged to her .irnndmother, Mrs. Polly Smith, of Sheffield, nnd has been kept In the family for nearly CO years. It blossoms monthly and the (lowers aro very sweet. They vary In color from dnrk red to pale pink and white, there being no two alike on tho plant at tho same time. Mrs. Mary Sanborn of Maiden, Mass., Is visiting Mrs W. Brown at her summer home nt Wll loughby. John Bullock has hired Austin Lund's house and will work for William Morey. LOWELL. Alex Deblais has moved from West field Into the ereamerv tenement with his nephew, Amos Deblals. Misses Allc and Florence Durlvago of Bakerstleld are visiting relatives In town. Miss May Wallace has gone to Boston. Miss M Newton Is visiting her brother, F. 1 Newton. Mr. Smith of New York, I vlstlns her daughter, Sfnf. I. Stephenson Iroy, Aury and Chellls Kinsley are in Boston this woek. Ferdinand Blnnchurd has gono to Worcester, Mass.. where he has employment. Mr. and Mrs. Gear Webster are tho guests of Mrs. Webster mother, Mrs. Peter Martin.--James Murry, aged 84 years, died August 22. Mr, and Mrs. N. F. Hutchinson aro spending a few weeks with friends in Windsor counts". Schools will begin September The following teachers have been assign ed: Higher department vlllnge, Miss Helen Stephenson: primary, Miss Sybil Warren; south, Mrs. Grace Barr; north. Miss Grace Cooledgo; Laclalr, Miss Grace Powers; Gelo, Miss Florence Shcrbert; Richards, Miss May Coburn; Stcbbins, Mlsa Clara Burgess. MORGAN. D. A. Elliott and S. E. Gray are the candidates for representative. Mrs. S. C Wilcox and Clara AVllcox have been In Burlington n few days to consult a phy sician In regard to Clara's eyes. Several from this place attended tho Sunda school convention nt West Charleston August 21. Mrs. Munn, who has been camping at tho lake, hns returned to hei home In Barre, IWchard Trucott and Alice LeClalr were lately married. They will live at Mr. I.eClalr s for tho present C. N. Moulton and family of Charles ton are at their camp on the east shore of Seymour lake. C. C. Burnett and wlf have been In Canada for a visit with relatives. NEWPORT. T. Johnson, a teamster In the. employ of Homer Benjamin, mot with a painful nnd serious accident Thursday morning while attempting to load ono of tho large blocks of granite on a Hat car at tho granite sheds. In some manner the pulleys slipped pinning his right leg between granite nnd car and breaking It In two places below the knee and bndly mangling It. He was taken to a nearby house, where modlcnl aid was promptly Slew ed. Tho Septombcr term of court promises to bo a busy one, nH tho bar docket af ready shows 15S cases including tho civil State nnd chancery ca-os. rjeneca Hazel- ton will be the presiding Judge, W. S. Bobbins of Derby Centro nnd W. F. Clark of Glover will act as side Judges. Mrs. Einma Grout Nutt of Montpeller nets ns court reporter. ORAFTSBURY, Mrs. William Ladd of Whitman, Mass., Is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. It. A. Patterson, of this village. The Sun day schools of this town held their union picnic at Caspian lake Thursday, The Grangers held their annual picnic at Ellgo lake Saturdny. Tho Ladles' Aid fur nished supper for tho Woodmen's meeting Thursday night. John Bishop Is very 111 nnd his sister, Mrs, Pratt, from Stratford, N. H.. Is here to assist In caring for him, Mrs. Henry Allen returned to her home In Burlington last week. Chailes Hoyt has rented the farm belonging to the estate of the late Henry Allen. The Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Allen aio taking n few weeks' vacation at Caspian lake. There will be no sorvlces in the Methodist Church next Sunday. Mr, and Mrs, II. A. Dorman celebrated their golden wed ding last Wednesday, August 22. Their houso was filled with, friends and rela tlves to offer tholr congratulations nnd good wishes. They wer tho recipients of many benutuul presents, besides liny gold dollars. U was an exceptionally pleasant occasion and all united In wish ing them many mor and years of golden sunshine. Stewart Ketley, who went to Montana f"W weeks since to buy horses, was re turning last Friday wlih a carload, nnd nt Newbury got off the train. In some way while attempting to bonnl It ngaln he fell nnd the cars ran over him, steer ing his legs, one near the body, the other lower down. No surgeon being nt hand he was put aboard the express nrd fent to the hospital at Hanover, where h- died soon after his arrival, lie was able in tell his name and residence and his parents weie immediately summoned by telegraph, but the news of Ills death reached t'lm nt Newport. Ills remains were brought home Saturday morning, Funeral services were held at the house Sunday af.ernoon, the Hev. Ellery Reed of Sherbrooke, a former pastor of his, ottlclatlng. A large crowd of friends assembled, thereby mani festing the regard In which he was held In the community. Flowers In abundance, mining them several elegant wreaths, weie sent by loving friends. Interment was in Derby cemetery. The bearers were tho four brothei s, who, with bis parents, nrn left lo mourn his untimely iath. - h" horsis, 32 In number, reached Newport Friday night, and were takei to West Charleston Saturday morning. Tvo more pianos hnve arrived In town, one at Luclen Tenne's and one nt I,osllo Heain s., mak ing five within three weeks. Mr? (,er tnule (Barnes Mathews of Mnrlson. ill, visited friends In town over SuniH v. Mrs. Fletcher Nlles went Tuesday ti IIanr.er with an aunt from Wlldwood, II . wlu goes Into a hospital there for treatment. - Mrs. A. .1. Allbee was very sick tho Ilrsl of the week with cholera mor'ii.n. Antoinette Var.nenu has been quite sick, but Is Improving. The Congregational woman's missionary meeting was held at Miss Charity Bates's Tuesday afternoon. Subject. "Work In Foreign Lmds. M. A. Adams has been on the Men list, tne past week. friends wns given to Principal and Mrs. John M, Comstock on Friday evening, August 24, In eommemornllon of tho 2tUh anniversary of tholr marriage. Several presents, nmong which wns n, silver tea service worn given tho worthy pair ns n. substantial testimony of tho high regard In which thoy were held by all the mem bers of thin community. Flfleld Bohonon Is now driving on the rural free delivery routo ns a substitute for tho regular agent, John Corliss, who Is enjoying his llftoon days' vacation, Tho tenchers en gaged for the fall terms of school In this town nro aa follows: No. 1, Martha L. Noyes; No. 6, Zoo E. Hill; No. 7, Andrew Fltts; No. R, R, Blnncho Carpenter; No. 10, Mrs. llnttlo K. Banister; No. 12, Gladys Ballon; No. 16, Laura R. Fuller; No. 17, Relief lovenwny; No, 2, vlllngo district, John M. Comstock, high school; Jennie Cutting, grnmmnr; Ollvo M. Hnnks, Intermediate; Gertrude M. Bacon, prim ary. Dustln A. Boardway has returned to Hanover, N, II., for another operation on his leg nt the Mnry Hitchcock hospital. Mr. nnd Mrs, Charles R. Corwln of Somer vllle, Mass., went on nn nutotnobile trip to Burlington last Sunday, leaving tholr son, Arthur, with his grandfather, J. A. R. Corwln, Charles A. Luce nnd family have gone to Lebanon, N, 1!.. to live for a time. E. O. Boardway and family of Ryegato have been visiting nt his broth er's on Court street. Mr. and Mrs. Wilder II. Dearborn have been enjoying a fort night's vacation nmong friends In Falrlce. Tho StrniTord Dtamatlc company pre sented on Monday evening nt tho town hall to nn appreciative audience an amus- Inir four net eomedv entitled "l or Tjlio Night Only,"-Mr. and Mrs. Marshall A. Carpenter aie visiting mnong acquaint ances In Woodstock. Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Rowe. who havo 1en visiting at II. S. Annls's, have returned to their homo In Lakcport, N. II. Miss Emily Norrls of Boston, n former resident, hns been visit ing friends In tuwn.-A daughter wns re- cently born to Mr. and Mrs. William Edwlng, who came from Chicago last spring and now live on the Austin L. Skinner farm In South Wnshlngton.-Dan I'. Dickinson Is home from Montpeller and spending the rest of his summer vacation with his mother prior to rciuruniK iu Montpeller Seminary. H. W. ALLEN & CO. THE SUPERB MADRAS CURTAINS. In our Pearl Street Window are but a partial index of the refined and dignified styles that are found here at all times IN CONJUNCTION with the remarkably handsome Screens also to he seen in the Ptfarl Street VintJow many very practical ideas for Den Library or Reception Room will he found. We wish to say that we make, hang or drape Curtains at short notice. We solicit contracts for interior decorations. Our Drapery Section is complete with all that is considered best and perfectly good taste in hanging of all descriptions. We have some very attractive bargains in Lace Curtains in two, three and four pair lots, SHOWN IN THE BASEMENT. r ORANGE COUNTY RANDOLPH. Mrs. Glfford, wife of Dr. J. P. Glfford, who is at the head of the Randolph s.in ntarlum, died Saturday night after a long Illness from tuberculosis of tho brain. Sho suffered a serious Illness from ityphold fever shortly after her return from Europe about two years ago, where she accompanied the doctor, who was pursuing a special medical course nt Vienna, Austria. Since this Illness she has been In falling health, and had bren a patient at tho s.inntarlum for somn time before Its close a few weeks ago. She had been a resident of Randolph for some years, coming here from Coos, N. H., where her husband hail been prac ticing. The funeral wns held ffom her late home on Highland avenue, Tues day afternoon nt two o'clock, the Rev. Frazer Metzgcr officiating. BROOKFIELD. Dr. E. G. Spragne nnd family spent Sunday In town. Dr. Frank Angell of Randolph, wns called Saturday to attend Christine tho young daughter of J. M. Angell, Chelsea suf.'ered defeat at the hands of the Brookfleld b.iso ball club last week, 12 to 1. Tho names of II. D. Reed. George Crane, and C. B. Fish, all republican, are filed as candidates for town representatives. Thursday evening the Ladles Ala Society of the second church held a social at tho town hall. The Whe.itley family assisted by local talent f mulshed a musical progiamc, BRAINTREE. A daughter was born to Mr. ana Mrs. George Bingham August 20. E, II. Nichols Is making- extensive re pairs on his buildings. Mrs. Arthur Brown and children, who havo been visiting here for tho past three weeks, returned to their home in West Berlin Sunday, Guy Spear of Bradford, who was called here last week by the death of his father, Charles Spear, returned Monday. Walter Archer Is ill. Mrs, Mary Blanchard, who has been spend ing the summer with relatives here started Wednesday to spend the win ter with her daughter in Florida, Mr. and Mrs, Dwlglit Fisher nro spend ing this week In Mlddlebury, vlsltlns relatives and itttcmllntr the fair, As the West Brookfleld cream team was on Its way Saturday gathering cream on the Peth route, Mr. Colebrook met with an accident. Just as ho hud passed tho Mary Woodward place ono linn broke and shortly after the othor one gave way. Tho horse then ran throwing Mr. Colebrook out nnd com pletely demolishing the wagon, but setting out tho cans of cream In mich a way ns to spill a very little only, Tho horso ran Into a wlro hen yard fence at the Bass brothers' place. fhruwing itself, and wns caught hero, Mr. Colebrook was uninjured, RANDOLPH CENTRE. t John Welch of Elmlra, N. V,, who has leen visiting relatives nt the old home stead nnd nt the lion. V, 1. Spear's for several weeks, returned to his home Mon day.Guy Htibard has returned to his work iu Derby, Ct having spent athiee weeks' vacation with his parents nt the Randolph House. The normal school opened Tuesday with the' former board of teachers. T. S. Allls and family of Derhy, Conn., have taken a two weeks' vacation hero at their summer cottage, They came In their automobile and start ed on their return tHp Tuesday. If every ono wns ns considerate of tho rights of the travelling public as Mr. Allls Is, thero would bo less complaint about tho automobile. Misses Edna Martin and Jessie Bailey of Itoehester were nt Foster Pariuentoi'H a few ilayn last woek. CHELSEA. A reception In the form of a surprise party attended by more than 100 of tholr RUTLAND COUNT! BRANDON. Miss Ahble Hackett of Burlington nnd E, I,. I.amson of Barre were quietly married Wednesday August 22 at elsrht o'clock at St Thomas's Church. The Rev. Charles B. Carpenter performed tho ceremrny. Mr. and Mrs. Damson will for the prccnt resUe In Burlington. Among those from out of town to witness tho ceremony were Mr. rnd Mrs. John Daven port of Rutland and Miss Lottie Prentiss of Ottawa, Canada. Mrs. 1.. E. Smith, who for the present Is staying in 1'lttsfnrd, wns In town Satur day and while here learned, It Is said, i that her husband was married to another 1 woman and was living In Sudbury. The funeral of D. R. Sawyer, who died I Friday at the Hotel Allen In Fair Haven was held Monday nfternoon nt one o'clock at tho Congregational Church In Sudbury. The burial was in the family lot at North Sudbury. Mr. Sawyer was well known here and was formerly man ager of the Brandon Inn and nt the time of his death was proprietor of the Hotel Allen at Fair Haven. He is survived by a wife and live children. Master Wendnll J lowland had his left hand Injured yesterday at Joseph Gag non's marble shop. Howland was hold ing a smill piece of marble which was being drilled when the drill sllppeu en tering his hand between the seennu anu third lingers making quite a wound. A Pnlntider was quite seriously In jured at t-,e Italian marble quarry Tuesday by a block of marble breaking In two. Tho examinations for entrance to Brandon High School will be held Thurs day and Friday, August SO and SI, at the school building. ' FAIR HAVEN. Mrs. Jack Carbine and little son of Rutland and Mis Cora Wells of New York city sp.'iit last week at Jasper Root's. Mrs. Sarah Reed of Castleton is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Frank Hie: i;s. A son was born August 20th. to Mr. nnd Mrs. Howard Brock. Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Smith of West Haven are visiting nt Sam Smith's. Mrs. E. W Chase, who hns been visiting at Sam Smith's, has returned to her home In Eaglo Bridge, N. V.. Mrs William Ward of Rutland is visiting her father, Daniel Walt. A son was born Friday to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Iiler.-Mr. and Mrs, Wohanker and son of New Yolk city. Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Martin of Shoreham, nro visiting at J. D. Walker's Mt s. William Keith and grandson are visiting relatives In Fort Ann, N. Y., Mr. nnd Mrs. Wheaton Boswnrth of Clilcopee Falls, Mass., nre at Will Bosworth's. Mrs. A. C. Falnnan went to Brandon Thursday the 23d, to help to celebrate the 101 birthday of her father the tho Rev Leonard Dolp. Merrill Walker Is In camp at Lake Bomoseen, with A. L. Bird's fninliv. Louis nnd Harold Y heeler of Providence, R. I., are at their aunts, Mrs. O. H. Bump for a few weeks stay. Charles McKeown, who hns been at ivnrk nn the X. E. Telephone line In Gialivlllc, N. Y., is home lor a lew uays WEST HAVEN. Mr. anil Mrs. Babcock of Crown Point N. Y have been visiting their daughter, Mrs. Gilbert Blgelow.-Mrs. Cyrus Tryan has gone to Ilrldgewater to visit her fcis ter, Mrs. Little, Miss Vernlce Gay of Cavendish was for a week the guest of Miss Bessie .lakway. Mrs. Jane Man- vllle and Dauinury, Conn,, and Ames Merrltt of Youkers, N. Y are visiting tit Orvllle Hltchcoek's. Danvlu Forbes of Wuterboro, N. H is spending .some tlmo with his brother, V. N, Forbes A company .if friends and neighbors surprised Dr. Morehoiiso and his wife last Monday evening. It was the liMh. anniversary of their marriage. Dr. and Mrs. C, II. Buckley of Brooklyn, N, Y., arc visiting II. C. Adams. PROCTOR. Fishing for homed pouts In tho Beaver pond will bo allowed for tho rest of tho week. A special train will ho run on tho Clarendon & Plttsford railroad to-morrow evening to accom modate those who wish to nttcud tho republican rally at Rutland. Tho Proctor baud has been engaged to fur nish music William Coe, who hns worked In the Vermont Marble com pany's order department for the last six months, has resigned and gono to his home In Vergennes. Ch.is. Hun Is, manager of tho crenmery here, hns gone to Mlddlebury, where he will ex hibit his goods at tho agricultural fair. Mr. Harris bus been awarded (list prlzo several times at tho county fairs at Rutland, Mr, and Mrs. E. W. Vose hnvo returned from a month's outing nt Luke George. Chas. McDevitt, ns (dstant bookkeeper of tho Vermont Mar ble company, Is spending1 a week's va cation nt his 'homo hero. John Don nelly of tho Vermont Marble company's Philadelphia branch, Is In town. Messrs. Frank and Peter Olson, who have been In Jnmostnwn for tho last week, havo returned. Tho Rev, Georgo Htarbrand of Chlcngo will conduct tho $1.00 UMBRELLAS AT 79 ENTS. $1.50 UMBRELLAS AT 98 CENTS. One-fourth under regular prices, these are fine serviceable and dependable Umbrellas as were ever sold at $1.00 and $1.50. They are strongly made, with paragon framts, steel rods, covered with fast black cotton Surah and with Cravanetted American Taffeta, The 98 cent Umbrellas have cases to matcji. There is a wide assortment of both plain and fancy handles. 26 inch size suitable for men or women, to carry either in rain or shine. 79 CENTS AND 98 CENTS EACH ,1 , nt,, lull in invii mil ,'Binir, j iiu linti; Hint,,' ini mil K'lliuill in ICKIIItl in llio I v.,.,r,,j ,i, ,,i,; ,. j. ,i ,1 in. I , lllljL I years ago, but It Is believed It will In tho vicinity of 1100,000. Oeorgo Thomns and Miss Mabel in .nr. nnu .Mrs, ;nnn i., jones piircn oi mo nriue, on nnrrison avenue, 1 flclntlng clergyman. .I'mn initi i. a r ii. ,v ,, t.nrri,, nnn , renilv received nver r.00 nnu cat ons for t nlfiti of the LegMntuto, A grand closing republican rally will iii-iii ill in iiiui i nun in liiin r iv fill n.-iii ilny evening, September 1. The Montpel Military band will be In attendance a the speakers will be the Hon. George Auditor Horace F, Graham. ir.ive ii ne:irin'r in in," cuumv c itk s wi 1 'Tinny in iwo easns inim inn couniy. une was iii.n iu wunv .iniuiti Herbert Moore of Plymouth. The pin tut claims mat tno uoieiici.mi nns i compiled with the orders of the court counsel petitioned for f per week ti nil. TI,,. ,.,!,... I,tn,ll10 T. Ill I 111- I III"- "II II,," I, ll.TI - Wl i assets. The body of William McDonald wh was found In n mill dam at South nn has been taken to Oroton for bur State's Attorney S. Holllster Jackson 1 not made nny investigation oi tne case has personally been made to him. Intelligence wns received In this IIM't III III'- n,-,li, ,1, .T.ill i ........ 1 ,11. . 1,1 .,'U-I I ll'l. 11. .'H . .,.-. - He Is well remembered by i-everal of older residents of this city E. M. Godilard, who is In charge of e ,t. t r t,..rln I Dtnl t nm ,1,n I l. 11 1 .,.! ,,ne nr.BM' this city placed In cablin-ts 'I is nl lion was rormeriy mvneu m .i ia o-; nnce wno uieu in ine ii,uin n- v ns a newspaper correspondent "icre. A daughter was born on Thursday Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Richardson. . . .... Sweeney lirotners nave pureiinM-u ui First National bank a lot of land lying tween the Montpeller & Wells River road tracks and the Wlnooskl river. price paid wns Vi.nOQ. H. W. ALLEN & CO. W. G. REYNOLDS FURNITURE AND CARPETS 8 Low Prices which have been ndvn.rti&ed for out- AUGUST SALE still If in need of WATERBURY. Th hold. Carpets or Rugs for fall its for your interest to buy now. Our stocks are now complete and many of the NEW PATTERNS are marked at the reduced prices. usual mid-week prayer meeting at the Congregational Church to-night. Per ley P. Negus, who has worked for the Vermont Mnrblo company for several years, has decided to go West and seek his fortune. Ho will leave for Oregon In October. He expects to vork on a Kheep ranch. Joe Goyon, who worked hero about a year ago but who has been located nt North Adams, Mass., since leaving here, Is In town. G. H. Davis nnd Wilbur E. Illgbee aro ex pected to arrive from San Francisco to-dny. They have been there In the interests of the Vermont Marble com pany and conferred with the local manager In regnrd to rebuilding the dock, store Jiousos, yard, office and otber buildings destroyed by tho re cent earthquake. Miss Kathryn Holey, who has been visiting her brother, T. H. Holey, nt Plttsford Mills, bus re turned home. Indications are favor- In which the decisions of Referee Dcavltt are confirmed. One is in the Leonard Huntley case of Waterbury, In which the decision is In favor of the trustee and against Edgar M. and Susan A. Madden of Hartland for 1310 and Wi respectively. The discharge meeting of Mr. Huntley will now be held next Saturday. Judge Wheeler also rendered n decision In the case of tho Ilarre Cooperative society up on the petition of mortgagees that they bo allowed certain expenses Incurred In disposing of mortgaged property. Judge Wheeler ruled that they were entitled to recover these expenses but not attorney's fees. James Adle, trustee, was dlscharg ed at the final meeting of the case of Fowlle Ilrothers of Harre. Discharge meetings were held In the cases of Frank Iazer is. and Henj.imln Lowcry of Harre town, W. J. Varney, and li. S. Wil Us of this city. At the llnal meting of the creditors in the case of Charhs .1 Holden, WASHINGTON MONTY MONTPELIER able for a rapid recovery of John Cns- Smith of Hat re, tho account of Earl sidy, who was brought here to tho D.ivls, the trustee, was allowed and the Proctor hospital Friday. Mr. Cassldy trustee wns discharged, as was Henjamlu was recently shot by Dan Ilarnard or Gates, trustee In the case of Clarence S, Martin ofEast Montpeller, and Burton E. Hnlley In tho cases of Leland L. Kent of Northlleld and Fred J. Gould of Mont peller. Reforc referee W. N, Tlicriault the first mcet!iig of the creditors of Julia E. Corey of Il.irre was held, William Edmunds of ItutUnd, A. M, Farnurn of Cooperstown, N. V., George Tho body of the man found In tho river ; "ion or M"reu,wn i-..,,. .x. ... . ... Qn.,11, llorM Am-Hit liaS DCeil VH.-llll.Ul Ul ill-IUl I... ... Identified ns that of William Donald of -,i,inam oi Loopersu.wi, v w... . Groton. The autopsy performed Wedncs- and Harre on Saturday discussing with day afternoon gave no evidence of foul im-rehien panics m-. ,....,.vU , play us he had, when he left uroton Aug. " im . man came to his death by drowning. , s'"""'" "cm "l "- i""c"- .thn MMinnni,! n granite dealer of Gro-. a few weeks ago, accompanied by a civil ton and a brother of the dead man, ne-, engineer, iney wnuiu in.iio nu .n-um.o ih.ves thin his brother met with foul . siaiement in regaru 10 wnin uiej i- play as he had when he left Groton last pe?ied to no but their presence in me iwo 18. $.') In money and vniuame cine io uiscuss me in.im-i mma, m imn..rs which were not found on his. Vive somewhat the interest in mis pro I,, .j.. , posen railroad, Mr. u.iriou siaieu mat Lester Lovett, the IT-year-old boy who they found the route entirely feasible nnd was arrested at Plymouth, N- H charged without many deep cuts or neavy giaoes L. J, HenJnmln of South Woodbury and Mrs. Hello Heath of this city were married Sunday evening nt the homo of John S. WilklnB on Seiulnnry hill with stealing a Mitt of clothes ami iu from William Hackett of Webstervllle, was held for tho grand Jury by Judge A. G. Fnv of Harre city court. Lovett asked Stale's Attorney Jackson to file an In-. The ceremony wns performed by the formation nualnst him to which ho plead- new Units II, Johnston of Brooklyn ed guilty and was sentenced by .ludgo'x, y,, assisted by tho now Dr. II. A E. M. llnrvev of this city to servo me Huberts, remainder of his mlnoilly In the State j10 quadrennial nnpralsnl of tho real Industrial school at Vergennes. 'estate of tho cltv w'ns filed Tuesday by Judge II. 11. Wheeler, of Hrattleboro 10,.inl nt j9tor3 n tuc olVIco of the has suit to E. H. Deavitt, referee 111 ciy clerk. According to law tho taxpay bankruptey, decisions In two cases which )(,rs nnvo ten days to file with tho board were referred to him sonio time hbo, and j any protests they may havo an to tho of timbered land in wnusncm Km as tne lierry mm. ' 1-.1.1.-, land near the property purchased Mr. Hoyce and .Messrs. uoyee mm x Ins are to erect a steam mill. At the democratic caucus, II P. IncMr, M'nu HOlll !1!1III lOT II) W 11 I U of the caucus nnd W J. O'Nell, sc. tary. WARREN. ftm enmmpr at WnltPtlfld. snent Frlda W K. Denver's. Horn Vnn Densln A. 11. IlrnKK's. We were visited by . V . i- - Monday Ktphtfon bridces In town ...r, uke.l n - 1 Jin ri'l ila lm rl V W fl it r iiimi nir irp :ii icii Mlddlebury fair. ROXBURY. Mr. ami Mrs. Cl.uirlo Martin of P. with their little son arc guests of, A. E. Richardson took a carriage -Mrs. lngtiss and .mish r minu-i' m i were guests at M II. Klcliardsnn's Tveok. Misses Mary Weeb of urunviui' nnu .iiniivu i,i were at T. H. Kendall's our day i. t I,. iniin i npnt'Mi IVtl 'K. .11 1 illl'l .',.. wvt ....... nuiiiu jiaim ii'm , ... Friday nnd their daughter, .Ml" ..a- wno iinw uct'ii .-.iviiiiin(, .v.... here returned home with them M Vorthllelrt visited Mrs E. P Urcutt I day oi last wei-tt. .n.-n j,.-. n.- . . i . l i reiiiriiea m hit iiuiiiu in . Tuesday. Mrs. Edd loung of lie Falls Is spending a few weeks In t T.-f con., ,.in, ilk nfpn i lng some time with her daughter ri. li. .in it-iir-,-ii. lu-ii. iv , ....... i. ,.! im-iii sunni in , n-inipr in, Mrs. M. Sowles nnd Miss Madeleine In East Granville recently, Miss elelne remaining a few days. Mrs Wakefield has returned from the IO I rt n saniiarniiii uim i ii'n ,im n-iiiMiit r in ii i,i ....-vi,,,..... ..... i.nu i rv in ii'n her war to her home In Grenvllle i visit in r.iiM . u.ii i-j.iv PLAINFIELD. Mrs. Dr. McGoff and Mrs. John i.mncn oi lontin'iii'i i-n- in i" Tiir.:,l!i v Alius .1 ,1 rv Ulll-t'll II. I turned 10 ituriiiiKiuii- i-, i.in- , . nn ....... 1.. Inti'n nn Cilpm C em Kellogg nnu .Mi's ihtui,i v m.h ii .......v o.l Alli-lict -v.. I' i.. xi nil i . 'i in. ....... ul.hn. V..,l,inil:iv Willi 11 Mf IO shorthorns from the Riven lew Farm. Harry Hatchelder of .New i. tv s v tinu relatives ami ini-u' parents in Stockbridge and Mrs Is attending the convention at hi J bury. r.rnesi lue oi i.iim .u.n.-- lnc the houses of O. L. Martin ami Cutler for electricity. WAITSFIELD. 1 1, ir n tno weeks- vacauou m ii visiting her brother, n. r muuiiuiu olliei llirniin. " - Mcc li..,ll-l IIMV11 C Wll .lll'liu,!), . W. W. McAllister and Hither returned tho hitter pnrt of last weclt . i . 1 .. n tbn II A If I- tlfiimi 111 1 i'' ' il I .HIIMIV"''1P ...i-i.. i lint, mini Mrs J Ilorrv. Tho n'vly chtnbllslird KMmnl in tLt village olioilPd tho tot on Monday, Atmusi .4ui wmi j t 1 -Nil M nn n M'l MPI I 11 S If pai, "iiu .'ii" .'- in tho crammur pvihm inSS,, IS VIM l HI """" old neighbors In this place Mrs. .Moore j nuiinH there bv tho serious i - ' w i .tiir)itV AITS. IV-Mt OI IH'I vt lit,...- t Thoro woro no porvirof lasr bunun inoro in ".. ll'llltlllli'l s- ii. ocfrt Ttif. Hpv. V H. nr M. wno 1H H I i viPiuiih tii" v. . t Ciit of t'l 1 1 A W n M 1 IVP Irf'fll IHJiLJ 11 thn Wnltsfiold houpp for somo time, poonlo who nttnuloil the I. O, An ,i sirii nvcrrurt i-m wimik. it ncclallv the one Iu the nftornoon be PKvarien and Waterbury. This was miMiiiriHi' i" i in i nrn m iinri (Continued on tlfCli (ititfok r