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THE BURLINGTON FRER PRESS: THURSDAY, SfrldPTEMBIfill 13, IDDK.
VERMONT LOCAL NEWS (Continued from (bird linbr.', -Tho young son of James Ololand wns lovercly kicked In tlie face by a horsa Jnst week. He wns taken to tho Mary Fletcher hospital for treatment.--Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Vosburgh nnd daughter iiprnt Saturday nnd Sunday with his par Hits In Illchftatn.-A large party from houses point. have been In camp at Win! lulll Point, Mr. and Mrs. Jnson Johnson Mlotided lied ford fair Inst week. Miss ,'Lonli Trudell, who has been visiting rela tives In Massachusetts, returned homo iaturday evening. -Mrs. Ellen Darby juis' moved Into her new house. Mrs. M. l. Krwln nnd sun, Leon, nnd Miss Gertlo Voting attended the Sheld m fn.t list week. A. D. Story nnd family, who hnvo icon visiting i datives here, hnve return d to their homo In Concord, N. II. W. J. Jameson of Burlington was In town ever Sunday. -Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Wil liamson of Malone, N. V nre the guests f relatives here, SOUTH ALBURGH. Israel Chilton, one of Alhurgh's oldest residents, passe,) nwny ' Friday, Sept. ", nged S2 years. Mr. Chilton Is the last of the family, having no nearer relntlvta than three nephews, Hiram Mott of St. Albans, being one of them. Dr. Poolov nnd fnnillv, who have boarded "t W'l llnm Wrlghtmnn's. returned to New York Jnst week Stanley Tiidnopo was thrown from a wagon one day Inst week 'Hid unite badly hurt. Mr. nnd Mrs. -William Wghtmnn, Miss Jessie Wlghtman. Mri. Josle Lewis, Miss Mildred MeElrov nnd others lire In camp at Point An Tnng. The schools In town opened Mondiy morning, September 10. Mrs. W. K. Dene spent Saturday In Grand Isle. Sirs. Bert t-a Plant of Boston. Miss Fannie Deuel of St. Albans, Mrs. H Cny and A. Van Order visited friends In this section lust Sunday Mrs. Ahhle Parks spent a few days of last week at Mel born H.izni's. SOUTH HERO. Saturday afternoon the South Hero base ball team played against the Grand Isle team, resulting In a victory for South Heto by the score of 9 tn Mrs. Charles Mlnrkler's father, mother nnd I rnther Irom Worcester, Mnss., hnve becti vlilt Ing here for several days.-Maple Lawn Academy opened September loth. Mrs. fc?. S. Irish of Ilurllngton was In town recently. Mrs. Martha Goodspeod re turns this week to her home in Minnea polis, Minn. Schools In town began loilday.-FMwnrd White Is 111. Willie Robinson has the pneumonia. ALBURGH SPRINGS. Mrs. Henry Davis and son of Glen Head, I.. I., nre guests of Mrs. George Denrdsley.- The Ladles' Guild of St Luke's Episcopal Church, will meet with airs. Patton next Thursday afternoon at two o'clock. Miss France Lndd left Saturday for Ilurllngton. where she w.ll I attend school. -Miss Harrlhan has been engaged as teacher at tho Springs and opened school Monday. Mr. nnd Mrs. William Davis of Burlington spent Sun day n't Mrs. Benrdsley's. Miss Mnrlon Mills returned to Swanton Sunday for tho fall term of school. Miss Addle Galla gher of Burlington Is visiting nt the home of her grandfather, J. Gallagher. Mr. and Mrs, Henry Butler of Buenr. Vlrtr. Col., have been calling on old ;rlends In town. Morton Marvin of Montpeller has been visiting friends Ihe Springs nnd In Canada. The doctor thinks he will snvo the sight. Miss Mernlo Kimball I boarding ut nor bi-othnr's, C P, Kimball, nnd attending school In Morrlsvllle. Oeorgo Jonas went Monday to Coventry to visit his son, Fern, und daughter, Mrs. Goss. Hurry McAiislnn. wife nnd daughter of Piovl dence, II, I., ore guests ut J. T, Huh bell's, Tho Harrington Conenrt company gave n concert In the Congregatlonnl Church Saturday evening. It was much enjoyed. Mm. Herbert Llttet nnd chll- bocn at homo from Montpeller on a short vncutlou.--Wllllntn Davis and little daugh ter of Fort Covington, N. Y spent but week with tholr aunt, Mrs. William Mllls.-Mrs. Karnh Weeks vlslteu her non, Walter Thomns, In Mnirlsvlllo the IhhI of were Miss Jessie Hawloy of Drnttloboro nnd MIbs Adltie Hate of Well River. Tha best man was Dr. Junes H. Vermillion of Princeton, W, Vn,, brother of the groom. Misses Ita chnl Hammond and Mcrlo Chan dler wero flower girls, Miss Knthcrlno tho week. Miss Nellie Wntts left Stowo1 llojnmond, ring besircr, and Misses Annie on Saturdny to tesumo her position as Grlggr, Mnry Ilutternold, Clio Wright NEW FALL SUITS AND OVERCOATS. Anna Httchlns, Susie, Klklns. Ruth Annls, ushers. Miss Marjory Bachelor of Now port presided at the organ mid played the teacher In Hnverhlll, Mass. Hho was no,- compnhled by her mint, Mrs, Ollvo Cor liss, who returned to her home In Orfonl, N. 11. Otto Fish, who has been stopping woddlng march from "Lohengrin" as the ... n.L.iJ. ..i-t.-.i . ... .. at J. IK Houston's several weeks, leturned bridal party entered the church. The organ Luther's several dnys' last week.-Mts.' !"' Haturday to his homo In Fltrhhnrs.pvns played softly during tho ceremony Clarenco Cogsley of White Itlver June-M"!''-Mr', Wllllnni Somervllle Is quite dl .and Mndolssohn's wedding march was. Hon was calling on friends hero tho first M '""i- """ street. -.Mrs. c. r, of the weel(.-Mrs. P. A. Oowcn Is visit-' K,1,,-v H !P"utlnfl the week with Mrs. C, Ing her daughter, Mrs. iv. 11. Twiss, this tendered ns tho bridal party retired, A reception Wi'h held nt the home of tho week. JEPFERSONVILLE. Mls C. Pitkin of Morton In n guest ut the paisonnge.--Hownril Bicker Is attending school In Ilurllngton, and Mnry Lamello has enteied tho State Normal school nt Johnon. The young people of Camlu Idg" kindly repeated their entertainment nt tho town hull la this place September i5, for tho benellt of the cemetery association It dtew n fairly good house, forty dollars were the receipts. The play wus entitled. "The Prince of Lints," and was n fitst class entertainment. In oery rospor l. Asn A. Itaymore and wife of Enofhiitgh Falls were guests nt Mr. nnd Mrs. A. .1. Thomas the past week. -Mis. Isitttc I'nge and daughter Cora nre spending the week In Ksyt-x Junction. A. .T. Brown nnd daughter have returned home from a trip to Oxfoid. Mass., which was Mr. Biown's native place. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. W. Smith and Mr. nnd Mrs. John Mc- Nnlly of Essex Junction spent scvernl days with friends heie tho past week. Mr. unil Mis. W. II. Grlswnld have gone to Saratoga Springs, N. V. Pinnies Hor ner hns purchased Hie vlllnge residence of Mr. Iobaron. F. E. Smith has returned home ftom Sheldon. Where he went lo assist In the railroad station during the fair. WATERVILLE. H. H. Hill visited his father In Stowe over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Luther da mn of Dexter, N. H., are visiting friends r.t n. Chut chill on Mount Manslleld. -Mr. nnd brldo for the guests from afar. Tho hums Mrs. Clayton Imyce of Montpeller spent j was prottlly decorated and out of doors Sunday at P. F. Eddy's. Mr. and Mrs.jwns brilliantly Illuminated with Japanese II. T. Thnyer, who have spent several lanterns. Among tho guests from out oi weeks at C. F. Eddy's, returned on Sat- town were Miss Bottle Por!l of hester, unlay to Boston, Mass.-Nat Moody, who, Mr. nnd Mrs. H. p. Blanchard and Miss Is employed by the cemetery association, chnndler of Newport, Mr. and Mrs, Wll has begun work on the vlllnge or "otd'ibur Taylor of Derby Center, Miss Mer eemeteiy. Anyone willing to help with .Tower of nerby, Miss Mildred uck oi i. labor or horses will find Mr. Moody ready i Johnsbtiry, Mrs, F. Ward, Miss Heljn tn .et them to work.-Wllllnm Havelln was Puninilngs and Mrs. Truman Fnlrehllds prosecuted for furnishing Intoxicating lli-,"f Derby. Mrs. D. W, Slsco, Mrs. David uor before Justice II. T. Unymond. Il son of Newport. Dr. nnd Mrs. Vermillion had prevlnusb served a term of 15 days1 took their departure on the Into trnln for 111 lull fni- InlMVelHr.Il t. P Mnnriv nt V llSllttlglOn. WlerO ttiey niCl I'l. Wnterbiiry appealed for tho respondent, who was discharged and Mr. Tracy of Johnson nppenrcd for the State's attornoy, who was sick. The nnnunl district meeting of the Wom an's Belief Corps will be hold In Stowo on September "(1. The following corps com pose the district, Stowe, Morrlsvlllo, Pal ais, Wnlervllle, Wnterbiiry Center nnd Montpeller. The local corps will entertain the visitors nnd members nt dinner. Mls Lucia Lndd. prenlilenLof tho Christian En deavor society of the Congregatlonnl Church, who goes to West Meld, Mnss., this week, was presented Kith n beautiful En deavor phi at the meeting on Sunday evening. The pin was a gift from the members of the society. Herbert Mayo made the piesentatlon speech. Tho high anil graded schools opened on Wednesday. Principal nnd Mrs. E. D. Hnssey arrived li Stowe on Tues-day afternoon. They will reside In the Peter Qulnn house, and are gnr Ms of Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Bashaw for a few dnys. A plant of cereus grandlllnrn, In town.-Hubert Wllley went to Mont- nlght-bloomlng cereu belonging to Mrs. poller on huslness on Monday. Mm. L. Susan Burnhnm, blossomed on Tuesday LAMOILLE COUNTY HYDE PARK. Fred Gale of Chicago Is visiting J-elatlves In town. L. V. Orlxwold, who has been In Montpeller In the employ of Lawyer Deavltt tho past few months, Is home for n short time, lie -returns to Montpeller the first of October Mrs. ,1. P. Leonard and chil dren, who hnvo been spending tho summer here with her aunt, Mrs. N. G. Wood, left for her home In Chicago Tuesday. The concert given by mem bers of tho Harrington Poncert com pany at Academy hall Monday even ing wns well attended and was a very pleasant entertainment. A. L. Jnycs went tn Northtleld Monday, where he will attend tho Norwich I'nlverslty jignln this year. A. L. Goddard Is pending a short time In Albany with his son, Dr. A. M. Goddnrd. BELVTDERE. Dr. Patten of Fnlrdeld was called to JJhls place Saturdny, September 8, to see SM. C. Shattuck, who Is very low irfth oo chance for recovery. James Prlndle iOf Fairfield Is In town on business. Tho 'little son of Mr. and Mrs. L. Patterson, Jdled of bloody dysentaivy September 7, nged three years. The little daughter of (Mr. nnd Mrs. Ivwrenco Thomns, who has laid at tho point rf death for some- tlmo, Is not much better. W. E. Shat tuck of Fairfield was called to this place Saturday to see his father, M. C. Shat- 'tuck. Mrs, Ellen Potter Is very sick. Dr. '"Hydo of Bakersfleld was called here In consultation with Dr. Maurice the "th. Mr. and Mrs. Jed Bauldwln of Burllng- 'ton are visiting friends In town. JOHNSON. Miss Eva Colcomb Is visiting bi'r father. David Polconib. Mrs. o. A. Mel'nrland spent a few days with her brother, Will Landon, fit Lnnenbiirgh last week. 'Lem. Grow and wife visited thu Rher- "brooko fair last week nnd also visited their daughter at Beet Plains, who has a good situation there In a gepeinl store, Fifty from here attended the fair at Sheldon last week.- P. 1. Jnnos and wife hnve returned from camping at Milton, Fred Boyles spent In-t week In Boston. F. G. Rlckuell has been routined to the house tho past week by Illness. II, I Adams shipped a ear of stock from this ntntlon Tuesday. William Sinclair of . Boston Is spending a fw days with ie latlves here. The nonnnl school opened .last week with a Inrger number of n-ho liars than last year. T. A. Vritcrinnn "s ' eipected home thl1- week fiom tho (J, A IK. exercises. -William HdrrowH nnd w!fn were Initiated Into tho O. K. S. last weei , At the last meeting of the Grange thu offices wero filled with Indies and a very Intel estlng meeting an ho' 1 -Lyu donvllle creamery has taken possi sslnn of the creamery here, having leased the same for a term of years, , WOLOOTT, Andrew Jones has returned to his posi tion In New Hampshire. W. O. Davis Ts convalescing from typhoid fever, W, M Parker returned Thursday fiom his trip to Connecticut and other points. Mrs. Bllas Htchnrdson Is irV-Fred Goodrich, wife and child of Hardwlck nre visiting lira. Goodilch's parents, D, II, Wheeler and wlfo. Thero wan a corn roust nt .Twin Cliff farm Thursday evening. A party of Indies from Morrlsvlllo were among the guests. The gnmu wnrdens have awarded damages to Lowln Billing (for crops destroyed by deer. MIbs Jennie iBherbot of Johnson wns a guest of Georgn FtMcKonty nnd wife Frlday.-A. A, Whlt Jng rfcolvod n Hfvoro Injury to nn oyo MtfGGUitly, vrlfllo tipllttlnn kindling wood, J. Pbeeney Is visiting friends In Bakers field for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. It. Bennett Visited a son at Falrllelil several days last week. Mr. nnd Mrs. Chester Bragg have gone to Johnson, where he has employment. Mr. nnd Mrs. D. B. Oakes. who have been spending the sum mer at Alton Bay. N. II., returned to their home on Saturday. Mrs. J'.. J. ICel ley and son of Morrlsvllle are spending several days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. It. A. Wllley. Mr. and Mrs. Jud son Baldwin of Burlington visited Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Bragg on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. William Sherman of Mor rlsvllle visited Mr. and Mrs. (), G. Kel ley last week. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J, Larawny are visiting friends in Orleans county for two weeks. Fred Smith of Massachusetts Is visiting his aunt, Mrs. George Mnnn, several days the past week. George Penso of Wolcott vlsltel his sister, Mrs. Edgar Moynnrd, several days the past week. Mrs. A. B. Water and daughter. Glennle. of Hartford. Conn., nie visiting old friends In 'own Mr. ant Mrs. Albert Lnrnwtv of Sto.ve, Mr. and Mrs. Ix'on Emmons of Morr's vllle. Mr. and Mrs. McMillan of New York visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lar awny several days last week. MORRIS VTT.LE. The Italian fruit store next to the post ofrlco door Is closed and the proprietors arc among tlie missing, leaving some mourners In the form of creditors. A party of 21 drove to the farm of II. L. an old-fashioned corn roast, nfter which '"v Yom,K 'nf')'' veiling. Many peoplo called to see It and were well paid by the sight of largo and beautiful white blossoms.-Mrs. Fall of Pornwall-on-the-Hudson Is stopping at the Bow H. A. G, Abbe's. Mr. and Mrs. Abbe go this week to FIshklll-oii-the-Hlld-son for n two weeks' vacation. Miss Ellen Stevens returned on Tuesday from a visit to friends in North Hyde Park. El win Smnlley was a visitor In Hyde Park last week. Mrs. E. P. llussnll and dnughter, Miss Mne BusFell, returned on Monday from a visit to Minneapolis. -Mrs. II. W. McMnhon nnd little son, Harry, of Mocow left on Wednesday for n visit Including, Plattsbnrgh and St. Albans. They will bo gone until October 1. Mrs. F. E. Smith visited In Burlington on Tuesday. 1 . A. Douglass Is enjoying a week's vacation from his duties In h's .barber shop. Mrs. Arthur Pike and daughter, Miss Lizzie, of Johnson will spend a part of the week with Mrs. P. Sargent. Mrs. M. A. .lenney has lented her tenement to O. E. Luce Mr. nnd Mrs. Lure will be housekeeping there nbout October 1. Mrs. C. M. Watts nnd daughter. Miss MarJOTle, spent Tues dav night on Mt. Mansfleld. Mrs. Watts remains during the week the guest of Mrs C. B. Churchill. A social will be given ut Unity Church Friday evening with music, games and refreshments. Tho . v. at. h of the Methodist Episcopal Church will hold Its annual business meeting nt the vestry Thursday. September CO. There will bo the mite box opening nnd refreshments. Tho Itev. Otto S. Baspo of Morrlsvlllo will occupy the pulpit In exchange with tho pastor at Fully Church Sunday morn- frnternlty meeting at they repaired to tile house where singing and story telling wns the order until a late hour. A. W. Mears of St. .Tohnshury, who has been In 111 health for some time, has been obliged to leave his position as clerk In the Avenue House and take a few weeks' rest. He has visited several points In Ver mont and Massachusetts and arrived here Saturday night. E. S. Hoblnson, n. D. carrier No, 1, Is taking a 1.1 days' vacation. His route will be served by his substitute, Lyman L. Cam p. Parroll Flsk. who has had a position In Bethlehem, N. II., through the summer, returnfd home Monday night. Tuesday morning he went to Burlington on busi ness, and on Friday goes to Exeter, N. H to enter the college prepnratory school before entering upon his college course. Ex-Gov. George W. Hendee, who has lieen In falling health for some time, has not been as well for tho past few dnys, having been confined to his bed since last Sunday. Wilbur, the young son of Orson Ives, met with nn accident resulting In a broken leg Tuesdny afternoon. Tho boy was run ning awny from some companions nnd In Jumping n ditch his right leg doubled under him nnd he was fallen upon by the other boys, breaking his leg near the hip. Clayton Robinson of SpiliiKfleld, Mass. a former Morrlsvllle loy, son of George P. Robinson, was burled SundHy, death re sulting from typhoid fever. Mrs. A. A, Nlles, who has !tfe.n In poor health for some months went to Boston Wednesday and will make an extended visit with her brother, Charles Brndlpy, on Thompson Island, Boston harbor. STOWE. About 30 members of Mansfield Mountain Grange enjoyed a picnic 't J'. .1 Campbell's on Saturdny. A literary pro gramme wns carried out and a bountiful dinner was served. The members of tho Grange are arranging for a fair tn bo held on October IS. All kinds of produc. housewife's stores, needlework, etc., will be on exhibition. G. W. Adams anl daughter, Mlfs Ilesslo Adams, returned on Monday morning from h visit to Mlnneap. oils and other points In the West. -The Rev. J. Edwnrd Wright of Montpeller oc cupied the pulpit nt Fnlty Church on Sunday morning Hie Rev anil .Mrs. Wilght nnd son wero guests of MIfs Amu C. Brnckelt during their stay In Stowe. The Rnv. J. Q. Angell and the Rev, G. W. Douglass of Wnterbiiry Center exchanged pulpits on Sunday. Dr. Edward Sheldon of Newburyport. Mass., Is the guest of II. S. Nutting. Dr. Grout of Wnterbiiry was culled to Stowo on Friday to sen Mrs. J. E. HoiiHton, who Is quite 111, Mrs, Thorn li Foster Is recovering slowly from a seilous Illness. She Is still confined tn her bed. Her daughter, Miss Minnie Foster of Ber lin, was at homo a pnrt of last week. A P. Blgelow, M. V. Poor and II. i;. Mtrnw of Ruth," leader, Leo J. Moody. ORLEANS COUNTY Albert Vermillion of Wflrh, W. Vn.. nnd B. N. Vermillion, deputy clerk or .Mercer county, W. Vn . brothers of the' groom, nil of whom wero mnrrled nn tho sanio day. LOWELL. Charles Murrv hnd the misfortune to amputate his right thumb Tn?fdny while working In J. II. Sllsby .1- Co.'s mill. ur. Shechan dressed the wound. Thursday, September fi. Miss Edith llemlnwny wns united In marriago to Marrenot. Durl- vagc. tho Itev. J. II. Wallace preformed, the ceremony. -Bnnronie Coolbeth of Hardwlck Is In town for a short time. The grnnnTy belonging to George Mitchell was destroyed by lire lnt Fridav. Tlir cause of the lire 's unkno.vii. W. W Wnrd lost n valuable corn cutter nt tho lire. Harry Wellman Is bonis for n she It vacation. Frank Paronto wns called to Walden last week bv tlje Hints of his brother, who lives there. The twin son of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Shidtrn died, September I, and September .' the twin daughter also died. The children wero four months old. The funernl wns hold September C from St. Ignatius Church tho Rev. Fr. Tnreott officiating IRASBURGH. Walter Harlow Is nt home caring for his aunt, Mrs. Maria Houghton, who Is very 111 and suffering from a shock. Mrs. Addison Carpenter Is able to b aliout, after her recent severe Illness. The Hon. W. I). Tyler, who Is past SO yenrs old, Is verv 111. The net proceeds of tho entertainment recently given by the I. O. G. T. was Sil.on. Mrs. G. II. Wright remains in very poor health. George Webster, son of Albert Webster of this town died In Nashville, Tenn., Monday, September 3. after a Fhort Ill ness. Eyrslpelas from an ulcerated tooth caused his death. He was a young man highly esteemed, nged about I'l years. Besides his parents, ho leaves one slste1- and four brothers. The funeral was held at tho home of his parents, near Coven try last Frldny, Septemher 7, the Rev. Mr. Bole officiating. All tho schools In town commence next Monday. ORANGE COUNT? RANDOLPH BROWNINGTON. A. E. Dennlson has sold the Going farm near the Center to Edgar Wells. Mrs. Charles Wheeler of Praftsbury visited nt Ellis Robinson's last week. Mrs. Gardyne's sister Mrs. George Patten of Iowell, Mass., who has been stopping with her since the burial of her husbnnd, leturns to her homo next Frlday.- School ut the Center commenced Wednesday Seoteniber. :,. Miss Ethel Moulton of Barton Landing Is teaching, Tho Rev. W It. Davenport will speak nt the i enter rhurch Sunday. September 1C. His subject will he the Anti-Saloon league. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. 11. Allnrd nre visiting their daughter, Mrs Myron Alexnmier at Newport, DERBY. Raymond Allbee, who spent last week with his parents, returned to Springfield, Mass., last Monday. Frank Marvin nnd family of St. Albans were in town Mon day to attend the funevn! of Mrs. Wal lace Marvin. -Mrs, Rosa (Gilbert) Mar vin died at Newpoit last Friday night. The remains were brought to Derby Sat urdny afternoon to the home of her hus band's father, Delos Marvin. Funeral services were held there Monday after noon. A little non wns also burled In the same casket. Tho sympathy of the en tire community Is extended to tho parents of the deceased, who wns nn only dn light ter and the bride of one year. Her hus band. Wnllnce Man-In. Ih doubly bereft In the loss of With wife and son. A profit slon of beautiful flowers .the gifts of friends attested to the esteem In which ihe wns held. She was a graduate of Derby Acndenu .-Mrs. A. ! Nlles Is bettor. Mrs. A. J. Allbee. wns reported not ns well the tirst of the week. Lightning struck Nelson Stevens's house during the severe thunder shower Sun day evening, and set It on lire. The flames were extinguished however, with little ilamnge. Oeorge Roberts, who went to New York the first of last week, re. turned Saturday night with a bride. -Par. roll Wilson is at homo from Mnssachus- otts to attend tho academy another year. A. P. Nlles visited his sister, Sirs. Mary Ann Allbee, who Is In a sanitarium In, Burlington Inst Satuidny and found her very low. It Is not expected she can survive many dnys. Mrs, Horry True Is vlrltlng friends In town, NORTH TROY. H. W. ALLEN & CO. Lack Jay tnnrfs some new arrivals to tliis store. an even though the stocks are not quite complete, there are some remark ably handsome advance styles to he seen. For the tburist or trav eler we have prepared eomc very desirable and serviceable, sensi ble sorts of Suits. A style that is usually hard to reach at this time of the year. In conjunction with our Suit Exhibit some verv handsome Waists arc shown, giving you a glimpse into the preparations that are being made by designers and manufacturers for the Fall Ocason, and introducing some delightful styles. A few of the practical styles to he seen ; Style 468. "Heavy fine bo'fom Linen Waists, extra quality. trimmed with box pleats and small pearl buttons. Price $3.00 Style 419. Brilliantine Waists, made of extra fine bril- liantine, very daintily trimmed with cluster tucks and small silk buttons. Black only. Price $3.00 Style 400. Fine quality Nun's Veiling Waists, trimmed with cluster tucks, back and front, small pearl buttons. Colors Dlack and Lream.. Price ao.lb Style 408. Best quality Nun's Veiling Waists, solid tuck ing in yoke and on sleeves. Black aW C j ream only, 'rice $4.50 Style 303. Black Tafieta Silk Waists made of denendable silk and prettily trimmed. Price $4.75 Style 302. Black Tafieta Silk Waists, with -fine cluster 'rice 85.75 tucks in front and hack. i Many new styles not listed will be seen to-day. It is of especial importance to lovers of good style to visit our Garment Section now. So many exclusive styles and designs are being shown that will add to the confidence you ordinarily feel when buying here. A particularly good bargain is on sale in the Basement. Pill ow jases. Full measure, 42x36 and 45x36, extra weight fine cotton. 15 cents each, $1.50 per dozen. for circulation: Fiction "Silas Strong," Irving Bnchollori "Ponlston," Winston Churchill; "The Second Mrs. Jim," Step hen Ponrnd; "Mrs. Jim nnd Mrs. Jlmmle." Stephen Conrnrt; "The Wukcn Ing of Helena Illchle," Margaret Deland; "Concerning Paul and Flnmmelln," I Al len Barker; "The Lady In the Alcove," Anna Knthcrlno Greon; "The Rise of Silas Liipham," W. D. Ilowells; "Llltlo Citizens." Myrn Kelly; 'Nancy Stair." Kllnnr M. Lane; "A Maker of History," !' Phillips Oppenhelm; "The. tVny of ai Indian," Frederick Remington; "Fen wick's Career," Mrs. Humphrey Ward, "My Frlemr-tho Chauffeur " p N and A M. Williamson; "Lady Unity Across ili-i Water," C. N. nnd A M, Williamson "The Boss of Little Arendy," Harry Lnn, Wilson; "Lndy Baltimore.-' Owen Win ter; "The Tower," Mary Tanpan Wright Juvenllie "A God-son of Lafayette," i:b bridge S. Brooks; "A Son of the Revolu tion," Klbrlilge S. Brooks; "With Lam don and Roberts," Klbnflge S, Brooks "Tho Little Colonel nt Boarding School," Annie Pcllows Johnston; "Tho Little Colonel's Houso Party," Annie Fellow-" Johnston; "The rfehool House in th'j Woods," A. G. Plympton; "A Boy Cap tive In Cnnnda." Mary P M. Sml'h. "The Fort in the Woods," Kverett T Tomlln son; "In the f'atnp of Cornr.-allls," Ever ett T. Tomllnon. BRANDON. The home of Fitch Wnrner, north of tin village, wns burned to tho ground ear!; Monday morning. It i thought that hi fire caught from the chimney. Tho hoiifo hold goods were neatly all lost Mr W.jr ner's los will be about J1,.V,) whle.i wa partly covered wltji Insurance. Mrs. G. A. ljullty and two children lefl yesterday for their home In Dorchester, Mass., having spent tho pnst twe months In town. Mrs. D. F Goodrich wrr.t yes'crdaj to Boston, where sho will remain foi a month. Clnrence Hatch had his right eye In jured Tuesday while playing football rt Is feared that he may ose the night oi the eye. Bnrle Wright left Yesterday for Denver. Colo., where he will attend school Misses Ruth and Marjorlo Pe k, whe have been spending sveral weeks with Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Vnuiig. returned yes terday to their home In Kansas City, Mo. Miss Grace Knapp has gone to North- Held, Mass., where she will enter the Moody school. Andorson Ives has been spending a few days In Syracuse. N. Y. Mr. nnd Mrs. David Stafford and child ren started Tuesday for their home In Manknto, Kansas. Miss Florence Barber and Jnmts Hurder of Boston are the guests of MiSH Dai'.in; at the home of Mr-,. Tlircc on Park street. Mrs. Edward Dana of Rutland Is visit ing her daughter, Miss Maricti Dana. H. W. ALLEN & GO. A very pretty wedding took plnco In the Congregational Church Wednesday even ing Sept. f. Tho church was vry iprettlly decorated with evnrgreeik and visited Stetling Pnd on Saturday.-. potted and cut flowers., Three lattice Charles Cheney of Cmflsbury visited lurches extended across the church, sup friends In Stowo last week.-Robert Har rls lias been nt homo from Roxbuiy a few ...... ,.nn,,r,t nf 1 1 1 n ASH Wii rn pp Vet. imj 'in ,,.w.n ... V son of Boston wns a visitor In Stowe last', ported by lattice columns, with lattice fence on either side of altar, nil trimmed with evergteen mid Mowers, From Ihe enter of tho middle arch was suspended week. K. T. Houston of Waterbury spent ,. oorHi ,0u nsld of which was nn electric Sunday at J.B. Houston's. P. A. Ray-!nKh"t, The eontrnrtlng parties weio Miss mond returned on Monday to his studb-s Arlnfl M Hammond, daughter of Mr. nnd nt Phillips lCxeter Academy. Tflo high jr, j. Hammond, and one of our estl and gradi'l schools began this week Wod nesdny. Mr, and Mrs. W. A. Cheney returned to their home tn Ash mont, Mass., on Monday, Fred I'iko of Manslleld, Ohio, was a recent visitor it the home of his pnrents, Mr, and Mrs. P, D. Blko. Mrs. Flo Gain Islle, who has spent the minimor In Stowo, left on Mon day for her homo In Brooklyn, Tho Mlfses Mnbel Carr and Barbara Burt went tn Old Orchard Bench on .Monday for a ahurt vacation, Miss Ncttlo Bush hai mnble young ladles, who has been very native In church circles, and who for the pnst two yeats has beon a music, teacher In Atlienf, W, A'a nnd Dr, Levi II Vor million of Princeton, W. Vn. The olllclat- Ing clergyman was the Rev. James Ram nge. The ring service wns followed, The bride wai. gowned In J'icnch lnwn trim med with whlln chiffon mid baby Irish lace, wore a tulle veil and curried brldo roses. Tho maid of honor wns Miss lA'dla Wednesday S;'. .". at the homo of tho bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Seth King, took place the nun-Inge of their oldest daughter, Mls Untile. King, to Fred II Smith, sun of tho late Joseph Smith of Boston. Mr. and Mrs. Smith left for a wedding trip to Boston before go Ing to New York, whoro Mr. Smith has a position with the Swift Beef company. I'rederlck Leeds has rinsed the I P Thafl-r place on Highland avenue for a term of years nnd will take possession of tho same In the earlv fall. At the Cathllo parish houso Sunday Sept. - took piuce the ninrrlagu of Frederick Diinins to Miss Mlnnlo Hatch daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Adrian Hatch. The ceremony which wns per formed by the Rev. J. L. Ponders was witnessed by a few relatives of th contracting panics. Mr. and Mrs. Du mas arii young people with many friends in tills vicinity. They will re side In Randolph. Mrs. Jennie Bryant Smith, wlfo of Carl Smith, who has been In very poor health for tho past six months, died at her home near Randolph Center Wednesday Sept. 5. Miss Constance Manchester, who has been spending several weJ-.s with lela- tlves at the Manchester house, left Pal- unlay for her home in Winchester, Mass., During the month of August the total circulation of book's from tho Kimball public llbary was 1TC, or a dally average of C2 1S-22. Miss ICmma Patch, who has been netirg as nurse for the Dillon fam ily at the Moulton h"tiseste:nl, left Sat urday for a visit nt her homo in Fast j Granville. Mrs. K. Iv Hvnns, who hns been spending two weeks with friends In Boston, returned hinie Friday. Joseph Hewitt, who hns been tho guest of Charles N. Met'all nt Kim cottage for several weeks, left Satnnl.iy for his home In -New York -Dr. and Mrs. Oilman Wheeler, who have been spending a week with relatives In town, left Saturday for their home In Brouldine, Mass., Stuart I-vlson, who has been spending the sum mer nt tin- home of Mr. nnd Mrs, P. J, Blanchard left Saturday for his home In Brooklyn, N, Y.,- Miss Frances Winner, who has ben spending the summer vaca tion at her home In Mlddlebury, arrived Saturday to nttend to her duties ns as sistant teacher In the high school, J. M. Atwoor), who lias been conllned to the house for tho past two weeks, suffer ing with heart trouble, Is again able to be uboiit town. Mrs, Atwood, whose health Is poor, is contlned to her bed. Pharles Putnam, has finished his sd- vlcis as porter at the Randolph Inn and has hi en .succeeded bv the former porter, Fred Steele. Arthur Hernandez, who has been spend ing tho past year lit Him cottuge, left Monday lor Kxeter. N. II., where ho will nttend school, lie was accompanied by Mrs, James B, MrPall, whoiviiH call ed to ICxetor on business. P. C. Gilford of Hat Randolph has pur chased of p. R, Abbott, the hitter's plncu on the corner of Fales and I'ranklln street and will take posfesslon later. For tho present Mrs. Glffnrd and four children aro making their homo with Dr J, P. Olfford on Highland avenue, and Mr. Glfl'ord Is carrying on his farm In ISast Randolph, George S, Hutchinson has sold his pho tography business to P, A. Smith of Bnrre, who will take possession of the studio October 1, Mr. Hutchinson is undo- cided ns tn his future, plans, RANDOLPH CENTRE, Mr. Hart of Massachusetts, who bought, the Geoige Dny place, has been stopping at the Mnplewood for a few days. Eleven guest from the "Old HomMnad" returned to their home In WlnelVMtcr. Mass., last Saturdny. The senior clnss of tho normal gave a recept'o-t to 'ie Junior class Friday evening. Mr. nrtl Mrs. W. K. Itlodgett of Saratogn, N Y , are guj-sts of his ntothe-, Mrs, Hir-'ot sf - w, - Jut- ', i- Ing In Wilder. Mr. nnd Mrs. Georg. J. In Dr. Pnrwln's Held last Saturday evening. Blodgett of Portlnnd, Oregon, who hivo Napoleon Geoffrlon nnd his wife, former spent tho summer here are now sick at ly Miss Florence B. Moulton of Newport, Montpeller nnd Mrs, Blodgett is In a N. II., were at Orange County hotel oyer critical condition. Mary Hodges, who has Sunday. Ned A. Hatch hns gone back spent the summer with her parents. C. to the fall term of Monson ncademy In U Hodges nnd wife, nas returned to Monson, Mass. Ernest A. Porwln Is mok school In New Rocheile, N. Y. Mrs. '"6 repaint In the interior of the ell of his Jennlo Brynnt Smith djed last week Wed- house nnd building a large piazza nearly nesday, after a lingering llhifss. Fun- M IonR ln front of the ell. A largely ernl services were at the house Filday. attended corn roast wns given nt the -Miss Main1! Smith hss returned home hospitable home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank fiom Lake Bomoseen, where she has A- '-Ibby last week Thursday -George S. been doing tabic work nt the GHvwood "'"by. Hwi.. of New York city, who with Hotel the past two months.-Dr. L. . M' wlfe- llas bn -"Pending some weeks Noyes nrrlved heie from Alnskn lis- at bis Hlra L. Llbby farm on West Hill, week and with his family are guests at the. Randolph House. BRADFORD. left town for New York on Thursday last. He plans for another summer here next year. Miss Kdlth 11-iooks of Post Mills visited' iM"iiMJii. in town last week. Leo Parker is Vt Schools In No. .1 and T began Monday home for n time. Miss Grace Avery Is with Mrs. Dike as teacher In the former teaching at North Haverhill, N. II. Pari and Miss Kthel Cleveland In the latter. P. Bagley. Jr.. has gone to Rutland. William Spear Is doing much repair work Miss Kdlth Cunningham left for Orange, for his mother, while here.-Pharles Bass Mass., Friday, where she Is to teach. s unite sick and attended by Dr. P., W. (, Mrs. Kmma Kenyon Is the guest of CIr. Seott Mrs. Mary Woodward an! daugh- nnu .Mrs. iieorge Kenyon at Bolton. I;. ter and Mr. nnd Mrs. J. B. Hutchinson X. Burbeek of Baltlmoro Is spending a wrre In Randolph Pouter last Friday to two weeks' vacation with Major and Mrs. attend the funeral of Mrs. Carl Smith. II. T. Johnsson. Mrs. K. O. Clarke of Albert Fninsworth has sold to Mr. Able Concord, N. II., Is visiting hor parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Noyes. CRAFTSBURY. The nnnunl children's night was nb- of Brooktleld his house and mill in Fast Bralntieo, consideiatlon J2,.'.n0. Mr. Able will tnke possession of the mill nt once, but .Mr. Farnsworth will hold possession of tho house untlll the first of November, served nt the Grnnge last 1'ildiy evening.1 Mr. Farnsworth contemplates going South The children amused the company by. before settling In business. giving "The Old Woman Who Lived In a Slice" after which thete was a cake and Ice cream social. Phil Alnsworth from! Hnrdwlck has purchased of J. Williams' his farm nnd stock. Bernard KoeW spenC his vacation In Burlington last week. Fled Kerr wns home from Brattleboro last week for a few days' vacation. Clydo Mr. and Mrs. Robert McDonald of Anderson is 111. His place Is llllcd on the Hinsdale, N. II., aie vlrltlng at Harry stage by George Fan-. Mrs. George Chase' McDonald's. Mr, and Mrs. I. W. Horn- fell last Wednesday Injuring her knee to, hare have returned from their six weeks RUTLAND COUNT FORESTDALE. Mr. and Mrs. Robert McDonald she has since been confined to her bed. The town has placed an Iron bridge over western trip. Clifford Shorn, who has bem critically 111. Is Improving. Mrs. L. J. Blnck river near the Bothwell farm M-s.l i.'ortler has returned from Schenectady, Kdwln Strattnn Is In very poor health. X, y, Mr, and Mrs. K. C. Hooker and The ladies of this town furnished dlniK'r' two children nre visiting relatives In In the Grnnge hnll town meeting for the benetlt of tho ncademy. Mrs, .1. Patterson left last Wednesday for Dispatch to visit hor siitor. CHELSEA. Mrs. Faun'e Mills, who has been spend ing Ihe summer with her slster-ln-huv, Mrs, John B. Atwood, left town on Mon day nuimlng for Furry, Wash., where she will live for a time with her son, Arohl bald Mills. Julius C. Goodwin of Phlladel phla, Pa., accompanied by his friend, R. Harry Hollls, was In town last week at tending to affairs relating to his Tun bridge farm. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Lyon Inst Friday, It being their second child. Mrs, Albert i. lloyt has a red rose started from a root this Iat spilng which Is IS Inches high and has on It 41 buds and blossoms. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin D. Fuller and their son, Enrl, recently went to Corinth to attend the marriage of hor cousin, Miss Ivls Taplln, to Fred L. Washburn of South Corinth. Byron Berry lias returned from a three .. ,.l. .... ..!..... . .1... Xfr,-.. Ft Ifrtlir.w.lr hospital, where ho underwent an operation f""rt "' ' ?WT lif T for pall stones, the gall sack being re- ' recovered li s bicycle which was moved. Ho Is convalescing nulto rapidly.'01"" '-"J1 f" -Charles L. Russell of Norwich brought Pawyer left Saturdny for his home n .i, k.i.. f 1,. .,.. wnrr..,, n,,un oodstm'k, where lie will remain about if. " ' . j A T,AI Til for Interment In Highland cemetery on " w.-.-u, ami men e- i .... .' Monday. September 11. Tho father lived where ho has n position with the Smith In this tpwn for many years and was a """" ' i"'" 1 "' iu--ii joiiusou o i rtsniey i' nils, .iii.-k,, in hi Brls'ol.Mrs. William Lndn.ni visited re latives In Eagle Bridge recently. Charles Naylnr, who has be--ii III with typhoid fever. Is able to be out. EAST WARREN. Mrs. A. W. Estoy Is quite sick. -Mrs. W. P. Harmon and N. J Now comb are visit ing friends in Waltsfleld and Moretown. J. L. Gleason of Bellows Falls was In town- the past week. Mrs. Nora Marsh of Amherst, Mass Is visiting her brothers and sisters In this place. A. A. Ijmb nnd wlfo have returned from Boston, whero they havo been spending the- past three weeks. Mrs, Bell Parsons who has been seriously 111 Is reported much bet ter. Mrs. Gerald Campbell visited her father last week at the Waterbury Asy lum. PROCTOR. Mr. and Mrs. George T.. Thompson have gono to Boston for a week's vaca tion. Mr. nnd Mrs. Otto I'lrlckson hnvo returned to Washington, D. C nftor a town for a few days. George Brlggs, Jr., who hns been nt the Proctor hos pital for tho last six weeks as tho ro sult of an accident at the Rutland- highly respected citizen, Mr, nnd Mrt. George W. Jackson of Bridgeport, Conn., wer In town on Tuep day, A lawn party was held last week at the farm residence of Mr. Dana on West 1 1 111. the old Ira L. Blxby farm, which was attended by about Florence Marble company's works nt 60 of tho parishioners of the Lev. L. N. I Fowler, has returned to his home In Moody, for whoso benellt It was given. Pltisrnni. F. Lyman of ban i-rnncisco, L. Perklm of this town nnd Miss 1 who came hesc nf ter the Vermont Mnr Kntlo Loulso Thayer of Gaysvlllo wero, bio company's mills were destroyed married on Fildny last in Gnysvllle nnd, there, and Ins worked here since re- will live here. Frank E. Blxby lost one turned to San Frnnelsco this week of his best stag horses whlln on his mom- lie will have charge of re- Ing trip from Washington tn Barro ono liniiiiuur lite Vermont .vtnriue company s day Inst week, the horse suddenly drop- building ufler which ho will Do super ping nud dying before they could get It liiteiulont of ono of tho shops. unharnessed. Several ncadeiny students Tho following books havo bren added ' - ""..- H "Mi.. JB.ii.Ii," , t Ji.WK WASHINGTON COUNTY NORTHFD3LD. Anrlppw Hrnep and wifr have sola tncil liirill Oil lim iwni uvauui, v yui.ii.- tlon. $sno. win ,i(-i nv lr 'it I irninpr. .nr. .ui'i, 11 ki i avt,..tQ trt rn psi in nift i oiirf. ui i few days. i.nH ,rtvn nn inn nmn rirnmr rnnn. .111 Un lifter. In fntllnir health for SOVem K ni nv .;, n .11 vi ill .11111 uiu.v II. lie maiden narr.-e te-ing j.ovejoy, nno inn Mil 1 II IU U UN1 av.lt, ......v.. ..... .- Having men se-verm jrjis . .. i.imuy wHa one vo ne- v,-j.-. ,h ... town. Mrs. Kelley was Identified wl'! lilt' J jO llSli'JJ.I I Vanillin em. i.-' organizations and was a worker ln then until her health failed. mr ntr n severe eirc-irii.-1 1 m n in r-unu.t evening the whole electric lighting syi- Will i , ..I, III,,. .-l',.. .... audience were present in the ( ongregn tlonal Phureh and Just before the con nlticln. it tbft eon-lrn wpro left 111 dark nss. The lights came on again ln nbov: nie bail struccled home through the Llac than flashes of lightning. n,,.ln tia llrDf l.'Alr fAllnn-lnv Y opening of the new Brown public llbrn1 books were taken out nnd last wee nnd Juvenile order, with fiction lendln i III liit.ii jiuiiii'ri yji ,,v,rv. ,, iiiv- ,,... at the present time does not exceed 1,: near future. .Mr. nnu .Mrs. nny L nase are i" occu tho Severance house on the corner centiy vacaieu oy .nr. .inu .ura. nrai Smith. Matthew Fo?.y and wlfo have movi back to this town after an abmce several months during wh-h they nm Mnlne their home. Mr Foley has begi work for the Ellis Granite company. The building on the north end of ti Main street bridge Is being repaired .11 John E. Plunkett, who conducted 10 tin, 1 v rnpri. nr,viniiK rn 11 lire, will nil and resume business. Tl, 1.- t t-ltln n..nllA oflninnni" i erected nn electric hoisting derrick . t .l.A ,1... n, la 7rt fnst In lie UT and tho boom Is 75 feet The electric lll,lll,ltltll- - r - t. ti.n.. ih ntit fvie. irviui; 1 r.11 returned Tuesday from a business tr to Maine. WARREN". William Freeman, wno nas dccu in i day. Hazel Tierce, daughter of Jam tlon which caused convulsions but was considered more comfortable this writing. Albert Murray was In Hi ton last week. The Rev. Dr Wood, w preached hero last summer, was a visit week to Jerusalem and the Holy Land irimnn- mrniiiir n.TKHt.-ii till vny tiuiv Sept. 4, E. A. Heath receiving t ,-.-, f.niinr I lift nin.i -i nftleet ons aner wnicn iney were invi In nnd Riven n treat by Mr. Heath. M r- A . Hrnrp. .1 rs. i . r.. an iriiiK who have been visiting relatives friends In town for two weeks, went Saturday to Lincoln. WAIT8FIELD. On Saturday, September is, nt z p. will occur the dedicatory exercises of monument or memorial to tho Revo recently erected ln the vlllege eemete Matt B. Jones of Newton Center, Mo much time nnd labor In tho search nee . - , . .1... . , V. BtllJ. 1U 11 113 ... ...k... ... ... vetorans, will be present and Rive historical sketrn or inose wnsne nnniee