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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS : THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 13, 1906.
One Cent A WORD. Advertising In this column one cent ft wort, eaoh Insertion. Copy may bo Miangod every week. Cash In ndvonco re quired. No advertisement token -which la less than twelve words, two lines. Special terms to advertisers UBlng from to V.O0C lines within twelve consecutlvo Jionths., POINTERS. OWNERS OF FARMS who wish to hlro help or to nell a fnrm shoutd uso thin column. Nearly G.00O copies of this paper are sold cvory Issue and your advertise ment would bo read by many possible buyers. t 37,wtl WANTED. FARM WASTED on shares or will rent, good references furnished. Address "Fnrm," Free Press office. 21D.fUAlJ.w2t. WA NtVj D By a family of threo, living near Boston, two Protestant girls for general housework. Must lie thorough ly competent, and pome well recom mended. Address stilting wngea expect ed. .1. C. Bartlett, Mcdflold, Mas. ain.et&wit. WANTED A timber lot 10o to 1W acrea, or a fnrm with a pood timber lot on It. Cash paid. John Brown, Free Press. M.i&t. WAVTKD-Agents to give freo our alum inum storeoptlron advertising our Jup an?e, Russian and photograph views, whnln outfit Including 10 views sent by express C. O. 1). $J.on. Jos. T. Gibson, 121 Pine stieet, Burlington, Vt. 215,; t & wit WANTED A live man with $."im to buy a money malting fnrm of 240 acres, nice lo cal on, very good building, main road. It I". D and telephone. The very best of soil, meadow very level and not a stone. Price for farm ami 7j toil" of hay, W,5.'iii. gtock at n fair price to be paid lor monthly with one-half milk checks, Jl.fcofl worth of tlmbci to sell. 1 own this beautiful farm and will give possession October 1st. J. K. Hunt, the bargain Finder, Essex Jtinetlon. Vt. llw,2t VaN'TED-A liujcr with a pood tenm and JT.no In caslt for a 12.", aero farm with buildings In first class shape. Four miles to Hnrdwlck, one of the best market" In tho State, Sua maple trees, 22.', of which borders t lie farm on the lonrisido, near school, good neighbors, abundance, of wood, J.'M worth of timber to sell, run ning water to house and barn, large apple orchard. Price with BO tons of hay. $2.2M. Immediate possession. J. E. Hunt, the bargain finder, Essex .liine tion, Vt. 1lw,2t WANTED MEN KVICRYWIIERE-Good pay to distribute circulars, iiuv. matter, tack signs, etc. No canvassing. Na tional Adv. Bureau, Chicago. 11, wit WANTED-A housekeeper on fnrm In Hlncsburgh. onn In family; or will lilie man nnd wife If good references can bo given. Address, Aurelius Sykes. 11, wit WANTED Teachers for country and village schools; J.'.OO to $12.00 per week; must have teachers' certificate. Write for special registration offer. Albany Teachers' Agency, Albany N. Y. S.wi'.t. FOR SALE. 5riF.AMEn.IES FOR SALE To settle the estate of William Mullln. I offer thieo modern creameries now In operation, located In Pawlet, Wet P.iwlot and Northfleid, Vermont. For details write William R. Mullln, attorney, Worcester, Mass. 217,6t&wlL ATTINTANT3 wanted at the T.iunton Inmne hospital. Wagej per month; men $21. women 115, Including board, lodging and washing. Addrtss J, v. Brown, M. D Bupt., Drawer D Taunton. Mass. 82.d&w.tf. TOR SALE A beautiful 150-ncre furm on main road, keeps 10 cows, 20 sheep, etc.. to be sold cheap. Call or write, C. P. Scrlbner, Stowe, Vt. 191,d&wlm FOn SALE -i MO-foot hot water heater, 20 horsu power Fleam boiler. W. B. Gates. 25,d&w,tf. .10 LIGIT DYNAJiO ror salt In good condition; also 30-llght dynamo as good as new, Theue are both 125 volt an.! will run many more, lampoon lower voltage. Free Pros Association, Burlington. . 26.d&wtf. pQH SALE A farm of 2iin acres In Cam bridge, Vt., with "0 cow.s, 7,1 tons of hay, MiO sugar trres equipped, large amount of wood, good barns and running water, 2 miles to railio.ul, and two nice vll- Ioros, a eonifoi fable stone house 100 years old. Price, f.l.rro for farm, stock, tools, hay and sugaring outfit. down right bargain, by the bargain hunter, J E. Hunt, Essex Junction, "Vt. 11 wit TOP, SALE A 100 ncre farm, 1-2 half mll from North Woloott, good buildings. running wnter, nice sugar hush, some timber, will keep IS cows. Prlco of farm, sugar and farming tools. $2,10o. Soli dnrk brown, easy to work. For further par ticulars Inquire of Ida F. McArthur, Wolrott, Vt., or I. E. Hunt, real estate, Essex Junction, Vt. Ilw2t TOR HALEl 1-2 miles from Essex June tlon, Vt., a farm of S3 acres, good build ings, wotor nnd wood, 5 1-2 miles from Burlington, u flno fnrm for market gar denlng or a milk farm. Price, U.'tfi. J E. Hunt, real estate, Essex Junction, Vt llw,2t FOR SALEA 2TO ncre farm In Cam bridge, Vt., 2 miles to rnllroad, R. F. I)., good buildings, running wnter, large smooth fields, strong soil, good pasture, near neighbors. Prlco 3,aoo, Includes 40 cows, all the hny, farming tools, nnd flno sugar rig for l.ROl trees. Apply nt onco to J. E. Hunt, tho bargain hunter, Essex Junction, Vt. Uw2t NOTICE. NOTICE how little It costs to tell thou lands of readers Inonany towns of Ver mont what you havo to sell or what you wish to buy. Advertico In tho Freo Preng and you will get replies to your adver tisement. 27,wtf Teeth Extracted Absolutely Without Iala. Tho only oftloe In Burlington wier you can got teeth extracted without a particle of pain without taking: saa. My metho; j used by no other person. No pain; no danger; no after effects, nn, L. nAZRif. Office, IIS Pino St., Burllnjrton, Vt Office hours, 10 to . I U K VERMONT LOCAL NEWS, (Continued from first pnffe) band camo home W cdtiesdny. Miss Jen nie Morgan went to Brattleboro, Satur day where she Is engaged to teach an other yep In tho graded school of that place. Harvey Morgan went to Burling ton Saturday, whore, ho Is a studont In tho high school. Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank La ftnncls iho wore married August 2, wero given a reception by Mr. and Mrs. Rollln 1 rank, Thursday evening. A good company were present. The gifts wore numerous, Including titilto a sum of niuicy. Refreshments of Ice-cronm and rako wero served. Tho cornet band of which Mr. Lafrancls Is n member,' added to the Interest of the occasion. Mrs. J, H. Beano Is confined to the house by n sprained ankle. Miss Ruth I.ee wont to Shelburnu Saturday, where she will re sume her studies In tho high school of that place. C. VS. Bristol was taken suddenly 111 Friday night nnd frrcw worse till Sat unlay night, his condition becoming alarming. Dr. Mnynnrd of Burlington was sent for nnd usslsted by Drs, Mar tin nnd 'Williamson of Bristol nnd Rus sell of this plnco operated upon him for strangilntod hernia nt one o'clock Hundny-riiornlng. He stood tho opera tion well and while his condition Is serious his friends are hopeful. A trained nurse Is In attendance. Pnge Corley was taken sick Sunday morn ing with symptoms of a shock while at Mrs. Lois Clark's. Ho wus taken to his home and his wlfo accompanied him. Mrs. Sarnh Cowles will care for Mrs. chirk again. Mrs. Aldr.ce. Jack man does not Improve nnd Is still con lined to her bed. P. J. Bristol of Bris tol was called here Saturday nlfjht by the dangerous lllncBs of his father, C. E. Bristol. Miss Hnttle Sargent went to Ontnilo Monday for a few weeks' stay with relatives. Tho re trains of Archie Colby, who died a few months ago, were removed Saturday from the Drlggs comotery In Bristol to Maple cemetory in this place. In mak ing plans for tho erection of a famJly monument, It was found there was not sufficient room, which was the reason for tho change. Miss Gert rude Vitrney went to Burling ton Monday to visit friends for n fow days nnd see her mother, who is in the hospital there. Mrs. Mllo Gove and sons returned to their homo In Fltchburg Saturday. Mrs. Lois Clark went to the home of her sister, Mrs. C. C. Clark Monday for a short stay till her nurse returns. Mr. and Mrs. James Moody, Mrs. Mary Davis and Mrs. C. E. Bristol wont to Hunt ington Friday morning to uttend the Freo Baptist quarterly meeting. Mrs. Bristol was called home Saturdny af ternoon by the sickness of hor huslland whom she left In his usunl health. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Vnndcrsou of Fltchburg, Mass., nnd Charles Hanks of Warren were guests of their sister, Mrs. Orvllle Estes. over Sunday. Thad Sargent and Victor Clnrk went to Windsor Saturday, where they have work In a canning factory. Merle Jnekman. Marion Roys, Ellen Sweet, Nellie Orcutt nnd Isabelle Strong went to Bristol Monday, whero they are students In the high school.--John Elliott of Oxford, Iowa, who has been visiting the family of his cousin, Mrs. A. T. Morgan, went to Stnrksboro Sun day to visit relntlves there. Prospect Grange held a picnic nt the home ot Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Brown Saturday. Tables were set under on awning on tho grounds in, front of their residence whole over 100 people pnrtoolc of a bountiful dinner, after which a musi cal and literary programme, arranged by Lecturer Mrs. J. C. Atkins, was lis tened to with Interest. The occasion was made pleasnnter by the pVeseno of County Deputy Cyrus Bump and wife of Salisbury, D. Roleau, worthy master, of New Haven Grange; Mrs. M. J. Laiulon, Miss Marianne nnd Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Landon of New Haven. pictures of the company wero tnken by Irene Jones. The children wro tnknn to nnd from th picnic by Hurry, tho young son of Charles Atwood, on a hny wagon drawn by n flue yoke of oxen mat too Doy nns raised anil trained. Pictures of this novel load wero also taken. Much credit Is duo Mr. and Mrs. Brown for tho success of tin- affair. STARKSBORO. Mis. B. F. Brown ws In Builington September C Miss Francis Curtis re turned to her home In Boston the tPh -Miss Jennie Chamleilaln returned home Monday, after spending n week win her brother, Charles Chamlwrlaln, in Sandy Hill, N, V., William Dwlre and "Walter Davis have exchanged tenement, occupy ing the same September li. Thero was a large delegation fioni hero lo the Ver mont jcirly meeting nt Huntington Confio September C, !. Miss Ixittli llili has returned from Bread Loaf Inn, whero she has been working for the past five weeks. Mrs. Mandana Mill icturned tho nth from Lincoln, whero has been visiting relatives. Her son, liert Hill, with his family returned with her. Mi's Juliet IIIII letiirnod thf. Ctli fiom a tiireo weeks' stay with lelaflves In Mlddlr-bury. Miss Clara Clifford ietiil'fied homo Monday, after bpcndlng n month In Hurl limton and' Brandon. Mr. and Mr. Jeiome Cutler nnd William Fnlausbee of fended tho "Mock Trial Court" ghen in Holley Hull, Bristol. Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. D. Donahue wero Ir. Bristol, September 10. Loban Hill nnd Miss M.vila Hill relumed lo their school hi Bristol Monday. The Misses Hall return ed tho loth to their homo In Providence, R. I., after spending five weeks with their grandparents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Mllo Smith. Alfred Morrll Is In Swnnton visit ing his son nnd daughter there, Cnrlton Rostwlck, who has had nn abscess on his arm, Is gaining rapidly. Mrs. Abigail Hill lomulns very low. Mrs. Mimdnna Hill Is curing for hor. Mrs, Jennlo Jnckson Is 111 with henrt disease. Mrs, Spraguo Is caring for her, Mrs. Ablgnl (Ilnnson) Hill, aged Nt years, died Monday night, after nn Ill ness of several weeks. Tho funeral was held at tho F. B. Church, September 12, lit two o'clock. Tho Rev. (1, II. Grey officiating. Tho Interment was In Aha North cemetery. Walter Baldwin was !'i .Montpellor the 4th. Miss Rhena Hilt went to Bristol Monday, whero Mio tins entered the high school, as n student, During the heavy wind nnd null storm FARM Of 175 n. 3 m. from Milton Falls. Has kept 20 cowb and 100 sheep. Good comfortable house and barn. Land smooth and freo from stone. Large wood lot of CO a. estimated to cut 1,000 c. and leave plenty for tho farm. Plenty of hay nnd fodder, 10 cows and a good outfit of farming1 tools, all for J3.260.00. Will trade for city prop erty. Send lOo for catalogue and map ot Vermont. The Reynolds Real Estate Co., 10 St. I'auJ t JHwiMt tc-. VK Wymnn's silo, which he lrad recently mow J hero from Colchester, was blown down. 1h silo wns 20 feet In rtUtnetcr nnd 30 foot high nnd was considerably damaged by the fall. jMr. Wymnn will begin rebuild ing It at onoe, but will diminish It ome whnt In sIko. Miss Vlda Ellson, stu dent ot Brstol high itihool, returned to Bristol Monday, LEICESTER. 1 A very quiet nnd pretty homo wedding wns celebrated nt the residence ot Mrs. Helon Brownson Wednesday evening, September f, when her daughter, CnrtlQ Helen, wns nulled In marriage to Howett Arnold of Bnllsbury, only the Immedlnto relatives of tho contracting pnitles be ing present. A nleco of tho bride, Mls Inea Flske, of Burlington ncted as tnnld ot honor nnd William Noyes was best man. Tho brldny party stood under .a canopy of evergreen, from which wns suspended n largo wreath of pure whlto blossoms. Tho Rev. Ml. Slocum ot Salis bury solemnized tho mnrrlngo rites. The brlclo was gowned In whlto nnd carried u large boquet of whlta sweet peas. The maid of honor woro pink nnd carried pink blossoms. On tho Monday evening following n reception wns given Mr. nnd Mrs. Arnold nt tho bride's homo. About one hundred of the relatives and friends wero present, many useful presents were received nnd dainty refreshments were served. Mrs. Rand of West Rutland Is tho guest of her sister, Mrs. Kllburn at Austin Johnson's. Tho Misses Johnson. Barker nnd Lottie Kidder nnd Ixyat Kelsoy nre attending Iho high school In Brandon. Miss Hnzel KldtTer Is attend ing the high school In Mlddlebury. All the school In town began on Monday. Inez Ayera Is III. Frank Seymour's futil ity are recovering from measles. ADDISON. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. McLean nro en tertalnlng Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Sanc tuary of Galveston, Tex. Miss Bello Hanks has gtne to Cornwall to tench In tho Payne district. William Wood has rented his farm to Jamet Lncey. Tho school In the Spooner district opened on Monday with Leola Pjitman as teacher. Delano Wlllard Is teaching In tho Whit ford district. Mrs, Charles Hlndes died nt the homo of her dnughtor, Mrs. Grnndy, In Nortontown on Sunday morn ing. Tho funeral won hold on Tuesday. Fred P. Owen nnd wife nro again nt their old home. Eva Smith began school on Monday In the Fisher district. West Addison. Archie Clnrk has been quite sick the past week. Gnyle White has re turned homo. Jcsslo Wlllmarth Is at home quite sick. HANCOCK. Mr. and Mrs. George Taylor, Sr., visit ed friends in Randolph last week and pnrt of this. Samuel Thompson and John Riley, from Northfleid, were tho guests of Dana Marsb and wife recently. Mrs. Alice Leonard, who has been spending the summer In Pomfret, End- field, nnd vicinity, has roturned home In very good health. Mrs. Leona Taylor and boy have been In Randolph with her parents, Henry Phelps and wife, for nearly two week'. Mrs. Mnry Smith from Gaysvlllo Is visiting her brother and family, H. R. Perry.-Ellas Claflln and wife went to Bethel last Sunday tc spend a week among friends nnd rein lives. Almond Norton and wife and two children from Lincoln visited friends and relatives In town last week and part of this. CALEDONIA COUNTY ST. JOHNSBURY. Judge Wendell P. Stafford hail been engaged to deliver the annual address before the Vermont Historical society nnd will speak upon somo phases of the public life nnd character of Thnd deus Stevens. The address will bo given In Representatives hall, Mont peller, during the session of the Legis lature nnd It will have to be on a Fri day evening as Judge Stafford has ills court work In Washington through tho week. The annual golf tournament for tho president's cup was finished Monday and the cup was won for the fourth successive season by ' Arthur G, Spraguo. During tho tournament Mr. Spruguo made the IS holes In 78, low ering tho record of the course by two strokes. The silver cup offered by Rnndall & Wliltcomb for the winner in the haudl enp tennis tournament was won by Joseph Fairbanks. He is one of tho best players In the State and he nnd Arthur G. Sprague nro tho Slate champions In doubles. Tho academy hns opened Its fall term under the supervision of the now principal, Clark P. Howland, with an attendance of about 210, about tho tinme number ns last year. The de partment of physics nnd chemistry Is taken this year by Leon Forrest Foloy, a recent graduate of Boston Univer sity. There nre no other changes In tho corpsi of Instructors. CHITTENDEN COUNTY UNDERHILL CENTER. Bishop Midland will visit the parlBli and confirm a class of about 60 children Sunday, Sept. 23. Early mass was cele brated here Sunday at 9:30, Father Therleu them going to Cambridge and celebrat ing the late mass at 11:30 a. m. Kate Mahoney of Burlington Is spending a fow days ns the guest 'of Ellznboth A. Barret. Miss Nellie Dorr spent Satur dny In Burlington, Dellna Dorr of Burl ington Is spending u few days with her sister, Mrs. L. A. Egnn. Mrs. Charles LcClalr and Miss Llzxlo Breen of Barre are calling nn relatives here. May White of Burlington nttended the dance at James Fltislmmons's Friday night. Bessie Lenry went to Shelburne Saturday to open her school Monday. Winnie Carpen ter began her school In DIs. No. t Tucs- Mary Egan of Burlington culled on re latives In town Inst week. Michael Loddy Is our town representative, being elect ed by a majority of 25 votes. Miss Glenna Blakely has gone to Wlnooskl to work, CHARLOTTE. ,ouls Pnulln is seriously III. Dana Mnlllson of Hotel Burlington was homo ovor Sunday. Miss Kit to Beach Is teach ing in district No. S.-Tlio Western Tele phone Company have Installed a pay station In 'the rcsldonco of Georgo E. Edgerton, Tho Chittenden county Hundny school convention that wns hetd In tho Con gregntlonnl Church In this town tho af ternoon and evening or tho "th, was largely nttended, overy town Sunday school In tho county telng represented either by delegates or members of the schools, A committee on the pnrt of the Sunday school here decorated th au dience room of tho church with potted plants and flowers. The church parlors wero also decorated with flowerc fnd ua i-ujua nam uinnAr ana tunnu HOW TO FIND OUT. Fill ft bottle or common glass with your water and let It stand twenty-four hours; a sediment or nettling Indicates an un healthy condition of the kidneys; If It stains the ntion It la evidence of kidney trouble; too frequent desire to pass It, or pnln In the back Is also convincing proof that tho kidneys and bladder are out ot order. WHAT TO DO. . There Is comfort In the knowledge so often expressed that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp- Hoot, the great kidney remedy, fulfills every wish In curing rheumntlsm, pain In the back, kidneys, liver, bladder and cvory part of tho urinary passage. It corrects Inability to hold water and scalding pain In passing It, or bad effects following uso of llcpior, wine or beer, nnd overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the (lay, nnd to get up many times during tho night. Tho mild and the extraordinary effect of Swamp- Root Is soon rentlxed. It stands tho high est for Its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases. If you need a medlcln you should have the best. Sold by drug, gists In fifty-cent nnd one-dollar sizes. Toll mny have n sample bottle oi Swamp-Root, tho great kidney remedy, and n book that tells all about It, both sent absolutely free by mall. Address Dr. Kilmer & Co., Blnghnmton, N. Y. Whrn writing be suro to mention that you rend this generous offer In the Rurllngton Weekly Free Tress. Don't make any mis take, hut remember the nnme, Bwamp Root, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and the address, Rlnghamton, N. Y on every bottle. wero liberally suplled with boquets, In addition to an nbundance of nppetlilng food. The convention wns under the management of the Rev. E. M. Fuller, general secretary. Parers were presented In tho afternoon on subjects of Sunday school Interest by Mr. J. T. Buzzoll of Colchester, Byron N, Clark of Burlington, Mrs. J. W. Hart, Jericho Center, the Rev. E. S. Morey, Wlnooskl, Fred S. Retnn, Burlington, F. H. Shepanlson, Richmond. The aftiirnoon conference was conducted by the Rev. C. C. Adams, HIneshurgh; Miss AnnaBylngton of Char lotte conducted the exercises on tho ele mentary department. Five minute papers were presented by E. B. Jordon, Jericho; S. E. Curtis, Colchester. Miss Edith M. Balch. Burlington, sooke on "Reaching the People," as did Miss Lllla S. Bond of Burlington. The "Financial Relations" wero presented by A. n. Tryon, Burling ton. The evening session on "Inspiration of Song nnd Prayer" wns led by Rev. R. T. Edwards ot Charlotte. The principal addresses of the evening were given by Miss Edith M. Baich nnd the Rev. E. P. treat of Richmond, closed by the Rev. 13. M. Fuller. Among tho customary resolu tions on such occasions was one thank ing John Spenr of Charlotto for nn ar tistic county map that ho mnde for the use of the convention. The evening ser vices closed In tlmo for members to take tho 30 p. m. train going north. TcuYns were In readiness to meet different trains nnd nothing occurred to mar tho suc cess of tho convention. The committee on nominations reported the officers for the year as follows: President, F. H. Shepardson, Richmond! vice-president, 8. E. Curtis, Colchester; secretary. Miss Lllln C. Bond, Burlington; assistant secretary-. Walter E. Eddy, Burlington; treasurer, B. T Mnyhew, Burlington; superintendent nf elementary work. Miss Annla Bylngton, Charlotte. Tho selection of superintendent of homo department r id teacher of training was left with the executlvo committee Tho meeting next year will he held In Jericho Centre.. Out of town scholars havo gone to their various schools. Caroline Woostor, Phobe Horsford and Marietta Williams to God dard Seminary; Cora Williams and Con stance Gullck to Castleton. Carolyn and Sophia Williams have gone to their teach Ing work In Massachusetts. Morrltt Car penter Is home from the Northfleid sum mer school. Lewis Pnulln Is better of his Illness. II. D, Edgerton has a Bartlett pear that started giowth In n bird's nest attached to a limb, and now the nest is chock full, The Rev Dr. Heaxt of Shol burny occupied the pulpit Sunday In ex change with Mr. Gullck Percy Pope Is In town isom Boston.- Sunday night a heavy wind and hall storm swept through the town about olnht o'clock. It wns much more severe In the southeast part of the town, breaking w.nduw glass, riddling corn fields and Injuring fruit. J. G. Bar ton and family have rented n Hat in Bur llngton for the winter, going thero for the purpose of educating their children. CliareRoaoh went to the Vermont Academy Wednesday. Mrs. Carrie Spear has gone to visit her son, Dr. lrank Spear, In Lis bon, N. II. Mr. and Mrs. Croutor of Phil ndolphla and Cuptnln John Yale of Boston hove bfon visiting Miss Mnrtha Yale. The west part of the town State rond money has been expended on Mutton hill. George A. Footo has gone to Connecticut on a visit. MILTON. Miss Clara Brown icturned trom Hlng ham, Mass., and Missj Carrlo Robinson from New Hnmpsh'fe Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Peltier and children nre vis Itlng his father in Lisbon. N. H. Miss Gladys Phelps and Miss Sadlo Tlllotson havo returned horn" from Hlghgntn Springs, where they lime been for severil weeks. Aiken S. Denno of Boston Is spending his vacation with his father, Levi Denno, Mrs. Hnlo Flint nnd children, Iiuls, Ruth and Emma, returned to their home In Randolph Monday after spending several weeks with Mrs. Flint's father, the Rov. E. E. Herrlck. Miss Ella Mela vln hns returned home from the Island Villa, Grand Isle, whero sho has had a position, Mrs. Currier of North Troy Is tho guest of Mrs. C. F. Skeels.-Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Minckler were called to Grand Isle Mondny by tho Illness of Mr. Minckler s father. Mr. and Mm. C L. Parker spent Bundny with friends In Montgomery.- School began Monday In nil tho different grades of tho graded school, Mrs. Guy Barker and children of St. Albans spent a part of last week with her sister, Mrs. II. H. Beeman. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lovely and son, Charles, spent Sunday with friends In Essex. HDXESBUROH. Mrs. Miller of Ph-ludelphla Is visltrng her daughter, Mrs, John Jodoln, W. E. Field ot Washington, D. C, Is spending his vacation with his family nt II. SI. Hull's. Mason Fletcher of Manchester, N. H. Is tho guest of his sister Mrs. Waldo Davis. Owing to the Illness nf tho Rev. C.C. Adams, there were no services at the Congregational church Sunday. The Rov. Mr. Van Schalck preached nt the Baptist church Sunday, The ordinance of bap tism was ndnilnstered to six candidates at IjiIio Iroquois Sundny.-'Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Sanctuary nf Galveston, Texas., nre guests of his father, William Sanc tuary, John C. Allen returned from a business trip to Now York Sunday. Miss Florenro Allen nf Burlington was at home over Sundny Dr. Murphy's horse ran away Sunday and ruined a new buggy. The horsa wns injured also. Mrs. Lillian Martin of New Haven is visiting Miss Mary Dow.-Charles Vnncor one of our oldost citizens died Friday September 7.The funeral was held at his late res! dence Sunday. E. II. Rend had charge. Tho harvest home nt the Methodist Church on Friday evening list, wns a delightful occasion. Tho entertain ment which consisted of harvest exer cises and songs wns greatly onjoyed by a large nnd representative audience. The supper wns under the direction of the Ladles Aid, and was equal to tho nest ever served on a similar occnslon. Tho choir wns directed by tho vetornn chorister, Hon. C. G. Peck, who hid been associated with the choir either ns member or leader for a porlod of moro than CO years. Tho net proceeds were 2fl. All tho participants ron dored their individual parts exception ally well and nr'c deserving of special mention. Mljis Hollo Ross, of Burlington spont Sundny with her parents, Mr, nnd Mrs. Carlos Ross. Miss Laura Ross return ed to Burlington Sundny aftor having spent two weeks with her parents here. Miss Mayo nnd Henry Murrny loft 'Moadny for Goddard Somlnary. Mlns Mabello Horsford returned to Charlotto Saturday, having spent a week with Mr. and Mrs. N. O. Trapp, Mr. and Mrs. II. R. Beecher nnd daughter, Ruth, have returned from nu extended carriage drive to the South part of tho State. Mrs. A. E. Adams of Dwlght, III,, Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Hnrrlson Pierce. Mason Fletcher of Manchester, N. H., is spending the week with his sisters, Mrs. Homer Clark nnd Mrs. Waldo Davis. Dr. Whlttaker nnd son Henry of Barre are In town with their auto mobile. They nre guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. David Patrick. Thomas Porry of Burlington Is visiting Oeorge Patrick. Mrs. Flora Martin of New Haven, Conn., Is spending a few days nt Dnnlel Pat rick's. SHELBURNE. Annie Harvey, Ethel Blssonett and Mattle Stoddard went to Castleton State normal school Mondny. Shelburne schools opened Monday. The high school has 30 pupils, grammar school 30 pupils, intermediate j-chool 4f, pupils. primary school 35; total HO pupils in all grades. Tho Falls schon has 42 pupils. Thirty of tho young people, friends of Ethel Blssonett and Mattio Stoddnrd, were" nt their homes Saturday evmlng. Music nnd gnmes wore enjoyed nt the home of Miss Stoddnrd and refreshments were served at the home of Miss Bls sonett. Prof. Charles Lee Tracy and Henry W. Tracy are expected homo from Europe this week. Miss Jennie M. Thompson, who hns been employed by her brother In Castleton has returned to hor homo here. ST. OEORQE. M.. W. nnd S. E. Hlnsdalo returned hjome Saiturdey afternoon from Shel don Junction, whore they sold sevoral barrels of pears. School was opened Monday. Miss Grace W. I'cnse of Con verse Hall, Burlington, Is the teacher. Miss Alma Ellthrop of HIneshurgh Is teacher In the Mlddle.ton district, East Shelburne. Franklin Ishum oflSouth Wllllston ts attending high school In Hlnesbtirgh. H. II. Tllley wns In Mont peller, Barro and Granville last Friday. Mrs. Miranda Wescott, and daughter. Mrs. Ada Kehoe, are visiting relatives in Montpellor. MILTON BORO. Mr. nnd Mrs. R, E. Mills nre thn hnnnv parents of a son. welBhlnc- elubt nm.nrt, corn .Monoay morning, September 3. Mo.thcr and child are doing woll. Miss Thurston of Burlington commenced tho fall term of school Tuesday. Miss Grace Clark has gone to Milton. Misses Grace and Emma Gibson of St. Albans, who have been tho guests of Mrs. H. H. Rico for two weeks, have returned home. John Whnlen and wife nnd Mrs. Delia Williams are employed at R. E. Mills's. Thomas R. Berry has cut a fine second crop of clover. Corn Is being harvested. HUNTINGTON. Wllllem Cubltt and family will occupy rooms rented of Mrs. Eva Bayles. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Benway nro spending tho week In New Haven. W. W. John son and liojihew, Vrlter Htitiihlnson, I. W. Johnson and wife, B. E. Morrill and wife, went to Thompson's Point Tuesday for nn outing In company with F. It. Strong and wife of tho Center. B. C. Martin, 1. S. Kenyon nnd T. H. Sweet returned to Burlington Monday ns Jurors. W. M. Johnson nnd nephew, Waltor Hutchinson visited In Bristol. Mrs. Cyrus Haines Is in nn unconscious state nnd not expected to live, Guy Bick ford Is entertaining hh daughter, Mrs. Baldwin and family. Miss Kathleen Sayles and friend, Miss Goodrich, were In Burlington Monday. Mrs. Luclnda Wood Harris, wife of Cyrus Hurrls, passed away nt he r homo Tuesday evening after an illness of two years' duration aged 73. She has been a patient sufferer from a complication of diseases. Mrs. Hnrrls was born 'n Rich mond but nearly her whole life has been lived In this town, wheir she was highly esteemed. She leaves beside a husband two daughters, Mrs. Nettle Fitch nnd Mrs. Halo Fuller. Arrangements hnve not been completed for tho funeral but It will probably ,bo Friday. Ice cream will bo served at the hall Saturday evening by tho King's Daughters. Clarence Ken yon and wife were In Burlington Wednes day. SOUTH BURLINGTON Wnlter Tnpper gave a dance at the town house S.ithrdny night which was largely attended. Music was furnished by Brace and nephew. Refreshments were served. C. II. Steele, Mrs. Eugeno Butler, John, Adelbert and Miss Eliza Hefflon spent last week In Hlghgnte nnd Franklin visiting relatives, they also attended the fair 111 Sheldon. Mrs, A, E. I-amson bus a sister from New Jersey visiting her, she had not seen her In thirteen years.- J. D. Hill who has been vrry sick Is a Ilttlo moro'conifortable. Miss Lucy A. Baldwin, Is here from Buffalo, spending a month's vacation with her mother. Miss Lena McBrldo has returned to her home In Colchester after passing a few days with O. A. Tllley. Nicholas Smith of Shelburne, was In town this week. JONES VTLLE. Mrs. Naomi Hildreth has returned to her home from Denver, Colo. Henry Root of Charlotto wns in town last week. Edward Hildreth and Mathew Leary of Burlington havo been In town recent ly. R. J. Edwards was In Burlington, Mondny. Henry Nlcnois of ;.sex was the guest of friends, Stinduy. Mrs, ICdwnrd Crnndall has gone to Worcester, Mnss., for a short visit. EAST CHARLOTTE. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Beers havo closed their cottage at Thompson's Point for the season nnd returned home. Fred Curpen tier has gone to Burlington to nttend business college, Mrs, Jnno Maeck of Burlington was the gueM of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Prlndlo Inst week. Mr, and Mrs. Charles Taggart and son, and Ken tieth Tnggnrt of Bui llngton wero the, guosts of their parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. John Taggart over Sunday. Frank Pnlmer linn gone to Burlington with his family to live Myron Finney from the West Is visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. O. W. Prlndle. Tho Ladles Aid society of tho Baptist Church will meet at the homo of Mrs. John Tagga.-t next Thursday afternoon. Allen Carpen ter has returned to Jlnkcrslleld to resume his studies at Brigham Academy, Miss Sarah WooBtor loft Monday for Chicago, called there by tho critical Illness of hor sister, Mrs. 1iwls B. Hlbbard. Cards have been received nnnounclng the mar riage on September fi, of Frank I Eddy, formerly of this town nnd Miss Isabel Jones of South Frnmlngham, Mass. Prof. A. L. Eno has roturned to Frbnna, III., to resume his work In the 1'nlverslty, He wns aecompnnled by Uls mother, Mrs, Phoobo Eno, nnd his sister, Miss Sara, who will spend the coming year there. Harry Smith and Miss Maud Scott have returned to Bliolburno high school. ESSEX, JUNCTION. Tho marrlu'go of Miss AUre Grace, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Joseph Ben ny of Wllllston to Walter Alfred Burko also of Wllllston took plnco nt tho Church of tho Holy Family In this vll- largn Tuesday morning. Tho core- inony wns performed by tho Rov. J. B. roullot. Tho young couple wero nt tended by Miss Florm. L.iPlorro of Chns-.y, N. Y., nnd George Senny, brother of the bride. A wedding breakfast wns sorvod nt tho home ot tho bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. I.Miko loft on tho noon train for Boston. WESTFORD. Miss Ida Willis of Burlington Is visit ing Mrs. Martha Osgood. Horace E. 11. Ruggles has gonb to Johnsonburg, Pa,, after spending a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Ruggtes Mlss Elemor Rugglrs returns to Pots dam, N, Y on Tuesday. G. A. Rice has tho frame for a 70 foot barn up and covered. The frame Is so constructed that tho remainder can b added In the spring, making n barn 118 by -II feet. The south school hns not opmcd owing to a case of scarlet fever In the house at Bowman's Corner, Fred Rice Is visiting his sister, Mrs. R. A. Perry. Napoleon Catella and Miss Lizzie Cntelln were tho guests of' their tis ter, Mrs. Harmon Macln, ths past week, WILLISTON Mr. and Mr.l. James Keefe, Jr., spent Sunday in Shelburne with Mrs, Keofc'.'t parents. Tlie Rev. Mr. Lewis finished his series ot entertainments Frdny night. Ho extended a general Invitation to his friends In this town to meet him at Queen City Park next Friday at a basket picnic Tho Misses Sylvia and Mildred Warren, who have been visiting Mips Sadie Dodds, have finished their visit. Miss Warren stopped to visit friends In Ran dolph, Miss Mildred has arrived homo. Mrs. M. W. Clnrk came from Burling ton nnd spent Friday with her family. Mrs. Hurtt of Readsboro, N. C, who has been the guet ot Mr. nnd Mrs. J. H. Bushmill, has returned to her home. James Kex-fe went to St. Albans Satur day to see his son, who Is In tho hospital. He did not find him much Improved In health. Mrs. Lewis Christmns's nephew, who Is studying for the priesthood, visited her recently. The schools In town com menced Monday. The wedding of Horatio Crawford nnd Florence Talcott occurred Wednesday afternoon nt the homo of Mr. ond Mrs, D. I. Tnlrott In Talcott. The circle of the King's Daugh ters will hold their meeting with Mrs. C. D. Wnrren Friday, the Hth. Mrs. W. R. larnox went Hunilay to HtarKsboro 'o visit her mother. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Croto, Mr. and Mrs. Moses Murtell .-e- turnedTrom Lynn, Mass., Inst week. Sun day morning nnd Sunday night two as hard ilectric storms ns wo have had this season visited this town. Mr. nnd Mrs. Wlllard Ferguson have friends visiting with them. The King's Daughters circle have postponed their meeting this week on account of tho Rev. Mr. Lewis's basket picnic at Queen City J'ark. A large delegation will attend. The picking of corn for the canning factory is making work for many industrious hands. Mr. Lacy of Richmond was In town Tuesday. COLCHESTER. Mr. nnd -Mrs, Georgo Frye nnd daugh ter, who havo been visiting at Fred Wilson's, have returned to their home In Orange, Mass. Frank Mltchel nnd daughter, Marlon, aro the guests of Mrs. Vern Collins. Mrs. Gould nnd Miss Phelps of Roxbury, Mass., are the guests of Mrs. F. E. Wilson. .Mrs. C. B. At wood, who has been visiting friends in town, left for her new home In Jericho Friday. The King's Daughters will ob serve the birthday of the library next Friday night, nt the parish houe. Frank Learned, who has been visiting nt M. A. Fowler's, has leturned to his home In Boston. Mrs. Kittle Washburn ami little son of Boston are the guests of Mrs. M. A. Fowler. Mrs. Hattlo Collins has gono to Battle Creek. Mich., to visit her tls. ter. A. O. Hulburd has a two -ieek's vncntlon nnd hns gone to Springfield. Mrs. Louise Loux, Miss Ella Cobb and Mrs. Clara Scovol are the guests of W. H. Miinson.Mrs. Thayer and grandson of Morrlsvllle and Mrs. Mudgett of Fair fax, who have been visiting Mrs. Lizzie Cary, have returned to their respective homes. Mrs. Ormul Pegc.r Is 111 with bronchitis. WEST BOLTON. E. R, Davis Is In Builiiigtoii on tho Jury Miss Minnie Fuller and Miss Edith Tomllnson havo entered tho Junior class of the Johnson Normal School. Henry York fell from a stag. ng Saturday break ing the bones in his lower leg twice. Drs. Hulbert and Hopkins are In nttendence. L. J. Gilo has returned from Worcester, Mass. Miss Hernlco Hall has gonoto Bur lington wheie she will enter the high school. Miss Anna B. Nealy and Mrs. E. R. Davis nttended the Baptist association In Burlington. O. A. Pease was In Bur lington, Monday, WEST MILTON Borton Ellis 'of Boston Came In his automobile Monday and with his brother, J. N,, of this place went to Huntington Tuesday for a few days busi ness trip. F. E. Blake is lining nis suo this week. Pomona Grange wns held here Tuesday, there was a large atten dance and one of the best meetings thnt has been held here.-C'. P. Sanderson gave a history of the Grange from Its birth In 1171. A full programme was car lied nut nnd a bountiful dinner was f,cr. ved., Mr. Sanderson 1ms beei treasurer slue the Grange was organized with the exception of on year. ESBEX CENTER. George Davis of Burlington preached nt the Congregational Church Sunday Harlow Wlers is at home ufler being In Cambridge n few weeks, Etta Mornn, who has had a serious attack of diph theria, is better, Mrs, W, Chase of Mnretown wns cnlled to this place by the serious lllrjess nf her father, Mr. Pierce, wno is nt ins grand dnugnters, Mrs. I,. J. Blxby's. W. F. Chapln. L. J .Blxby and Dr. Ladd nttended the Clinton county fnlr at Pittsburgh Thursday. Mrs, C. Ilatlley Is 111 under the doctor's care. L. P. Thayer hns rented the S. A. Brow nell house on Mnpto street recently va cated iy J. H. Ingersnll Rnd will move his family here from Randolph nUiiit tho first of November, Miss Bessie Atherton, who last yeir taught school at Wllllston, has accepted the position as teacher of the Intermediate department of the school nt Essex Center and has entered upon her duties, Miss Myrl Parsons, who has spent the summer with her Blstors, Mrs, Walter Tit iiiuora and Mrs. piayton Booth, starts to. day for her homo In Greenville, 111. Fred Rice, who rHurnd a few days ng from lyorthflold, Mass., whero he ho( been during the suirimor, started lost night for Guelph, Out., whore he will enter tin Ontario Agricultural College. He la a suit of Mr. and Mrs. H. -W. Rice, UNDERHILL. Edwntd Whlttaker, tho son of John Whlttaker, dlnd Tutsday morning, Sepi tember 11. Funeral services wero holi nt the house at one o'ciork. -September; 11 was observed In tho usual manner at G, A, R, hull, A boiled dinner wus ner ved. Hash supper fullowpu. by a danu In tho evening. Mr. Shane ot Nushvlllo 'i'enn., Is visiting his daughter, Mrs. Clnrk Gravo. Allen and Mildted Halu of Buffalo, N. y visited llielr grand father Tuesday. Miss Glenna liters of Hartford, Conn., bus been vibitlng frlcmlt In town. JERICHO-CENTER. A, C. Hnsklns and lumil movo t Burlington Friday of this week. Mix iuhI Mrs. Hasklus having been enguuif, to run tho culleye dining loom, They will closo their house huru for tho win ter. MUs Mniy Leary, tho teacher of the grammar grade at this village, has been unatile to teach this week because of an attack ot thu grip. A sou war; bom tu Mr. and Mis. trunk M. Hosklnl Friday night, September 7. Clark HunU Ington of Bristol was a visitor at F, Ae Stiles. Tho Re,v. P. F. Blcknell of Burli" Ington la a vlltr at his brother's, Dea ton G. C. Blcknell, this week. -Mr. unit Mrs. Emeri-oii Bui do of Battle Creel Mich., made a short visit ut I". A. Ful' ter' last Sunday. They camo with D, Hnzen of Burlington in tho latter's auto. mobllo.-R. O. Wilder and family cow template moving to Burlington soon. 4 business meeting of the ladies' Aid su doty was held Monday afternoon and I was decided to hold a harvest fcstlva, sale and chicken pic supper September . afternoon and evening. Edward Tobi; and Miss Anna May Konyon were marrlei at Burlington September 6, i y the Rev, Geurgo W. Brown, pastor of th Metflj, dlst Church. Mrs c. j. Jot and, daughter. Francos, anil Mrs. T J NnsK went to Biooklyn, N. Y., Septe.,. ,cr S. Tho announcement has been maue of tht inarrlago of Clarence Shiner and Mist' kbwle Burroll to take place the 2th U this month. Mrs. Mary Lowrcy and Mrr Julia Moulton wero visitors at L. Moulton's last week. Mrs. Cynthia Ed Inrt knv I r . .. . , -1 1 . 1 Prnn. frfA T, ..... lllt, X - 1 .1 niioi L virtiL lit nn, HiHifr-s. Airs n r. Bliss, over Sunday. HUNTINGTON CENTER, Schools commenced Monday, Mrs taught lust term and Mis Mabel Slock n'Alt TnnOT.HI.. , K in U 1 nlll Prt hn Till TV h n UVntwi T ah . niHU" UUl iUII ail lUtMlU II. A1J1SS.. IH VI HIT A an mi C 1 0 j .. . . trsrr IT IT Ti r. a n TT.t t-ki iMiih ai, aj a i tic ll enmnanv h mi 1 hursday morning. The amputation unv iiiiasct iun ti?trsa i v i .'n ni nor were naaiy cut. Mr. and Mrs M. I Brewster are camping at Long Point- .,.--, , i.iKiui uwpo iim iitiuKniers or vi llston visited friends here last week 1 ji. oironK iias movea nis lamuy in'o tr . w-v, ttj i.btn.i, uuiviiaiu in .mil Wll T . 1 - . . i-i.iiiK uipffMPr, wno nns no suffering from an abscess on his hnnd, gaining. Mlllwl U'hUr,..,- T5....1I 1-.. . ..... ut.,, u.. . . ,.nn. i jL-iiri TllPf-tlnr. rf flirt ITS .i T?'ml. .,.,.1 . I . ...w . . v lir.-ui. lit vn was attended b about M ministers ni a large number of delegates from dlffe ent associations In the State, The Re Mr. Carver of Lowell, Mass., wis pre (lit -1,1.1 nl,n tlnpri, , 1 .. r ..... 1.. general secretary of the un ted socle' l.r-,irlV. To.-. l,r.u 1. . - ... .- , , Smith, who tnkes possession Octol-er Mrs, E. Watson and sen rf West Derr N. H.. were the guests of her uncle Hanks, the list of the week Wlllia Miner attended the fa r a' Northfk Wednesday. JERICHO. , .Mr nnu .Mrs. u. t: Wilbur re'urm lot Burlington to enter tho high school .Mrs. -Mary jjaicn nas returned fr West ford where she has spent two weeks Mr. Davidson will preach ut the Bapti flinrnh iav Km,, if,,. Th llanlle, li society win meet with .Mrs. Warr A son was born to Mr nnd Mrs. Stopple September C at North Wllllsti Mrs. Flora Gillette is stopping at t hotel. Mrs,' Chates went Tuesday to V derhlll. Raymond I'erctval Is visiting Ifllk,.. In Ifiwn Mrc ir" I r m ,1 frt lVi worth of Pntteron, N. J., who has b visiting her mother, Mrs, Maromber, turned to her home Monday night.- M C. Buxton and little son were visitors n 111 II 1IK fcLMl 1 lirPUaj . .1.14,11' lint i emt urn iu Ju l i.viu'v'1 in Jim bury. Mr. Olln's family nre moving to Vnd 1.111 rTM.n l'lll,,n T. ..-.,.-.. D.nl will meet In L. F. Wilbur's ofllce, I day evening, September H, at 7:30 o'clo to transact Important business, J Moulton secretary The cemetery soclatlon meet Tuesday night at L, Wilbur's. Y. G, Nay Is attending fnlr at Northfleid this weeK The Fore burd Thursday afternoon. RICHMOND. F. T. Flngg, z. Vi". McGnrghan Thomas Greene attended tho fnlr Northlield yesterday w imam cunts of PlnttBburgh. N Y called friends In town Wednesday. Fied Tuffel Bostwlck of Bolton, who sr ineir vncainni nvi u no inn (AMv-cn IIiaI. miitlinr Mm. Chtir fs KnSlW leiurneu m iin-n nwiu.-r. ,(,,.-. ,..... Tho Misses Tiess. Egun nnd Koefc havo returned from Bcthleh N, H. where they were employed r tt. n t.n,ni, lnvltii- tin, fiiimme iillu u lull iii.iiir. iu....m - MIhs nianrho ,vnrnoy nnuriiru yr in it 1 1 piiii um itiuvini ii t. .T. c. Murnhv of Hlncsburgh was town Wodnesday. Mrs. Naomi dreth. who hns been In Colorado inn pui j mi nil 1 Iire.-Mr. and Mrs. C. M Goodrich inmny w-m m . - to attend the funeral of Mrs, Goodrl father. Miss 7,oe Towers roturned terday from a short stny In Burl ton. J. S. Derrick has resumed duties ns malt cnrrler on route nfter a In days' vacation Tho mont Condensed Milk compnny 1 contracted milk for six moiiins as in..., rwitohrr il.4fl! November. J li.AMi,a f.1 XR. Tftnlinrv. il.Tiri 1 runry, l,f0i March, 11.36; aver . .M v. aha Xf nnri MYh M Domlck and her chiaren nave rciu n rti nnrH' Rinv 111 narr . til kil of Gaysvlllo were recent ffuesti ot