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i'JIK BUIUIINU -LUtf FREE PRESS: THURSDAY NOVEMBER 15, 1900.
VERMONT LOCAL NEWS (Continued from third pngc.'. on tho island Inst week buying turkoys for the Thanksgiving market, Mr. and Mrs. George Kohfleld of Bakcrsllold was Iti town calling on old ft leu Is lust week. liny Oilman of tlntwlolph Is the guest of Ills aunt, Mrs. G. (1. Orton. Mr. and Mrs. 1 I' Wilcox Mieiit several days In Roiuoi Point, N. V., recently. Mr. and Mrs. James Lewis spoilt November 10 In Bur lington, Thero has liren a party In town sharpening shears, razors, etc. Ho will pay for his board for a day or two In n;l vnnco nnd thru he will not pay for a week or so, and then he will leave town nnd havo his hoard hill unpaid. Ho hoat Ml. Ada Currlor out of ahout In that way. Tho Ladles' Vlllngo Iniirovement roclety will give a musiiuorudo pioiu onndo at tho N. If. 1. hall Wodneselay night, November lib-Jesse ParsoiM nnd Howard Kowlnnd spent November 13 In Montpeller. Miss Allco Orton of Mont gomery Center Is at homo for Thanksgiving.-The little son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry Fleming died last week with pontimotila nnd now one of their little glrlB Is Just alive with the sumo disease. Miss Alfa Dlx and Mien Vila I '(.Plant of Montgo nitry Center are spending n few days at (5. H. Orton's Ernest Hallard returned to Hehron. X. Y.. November 13 nftor ..pending n week with his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs-. B. M. Bnllatd. BAKERSFIELD HOLLOW. Mrs. Albeitn Davis and son, Harry, w.ll carry on their farm tho coming yeir. A large crowd attended the dince at Flank Page's Tnday evening. Wil liam Jacobs and Mr. Page furnished mus-su- Milci KUlcy, who took possesion of Mrs. Alberta Davis' farm Nov. 1, has moved to Enosburgh Fulls. -e.Mr 1.. II. Scott was In nurllnnton rrcent'y o" bus !n" Mrs. Iyowis Golbnr Is working for W. A. Woodward. WEST BERKSHIRE. Peter Hollo of Franklin, and Grace Toualnt of Sheldon were married hero the 13th by tho Rev. G. A. Emory. annual meetlns of tho cemetery society the following officers were chosen for the ensuing year: President, Mrs. Mlm Hoag; vice-president, Mrs. It, E. Lamsnn; secretary, Mrs. Loyo Tobias; troasuror, Mrs. Arthur Iidd. A commltloe of lvo for looking after tho work and Interests of tho society was also elected. The Grand Isle Granite at Its last meet ing passed resolutions of regret at tho loste of Charlts A. Vnnt!t an esteemed and beloved member of the order, whose Integrity find usefulness ns n citizen hid sained for him wide spread popularity. GRAND ISLE COUNTY SOUTH HERO. Monday evening, November 12, the Murdock Bros, and company of ten began a week's engagement at Keeler's hall. Tho Mutual Benefit society serve a turkey dinner at the homo of Mrs. Kib ble Allen on November 1 4. Mis. Juan Robinson, Mrs. E. .1. Snyder, Mrs. Wal ter Martin, Miss Augusta Phclpn will assist Mrs. Allen to serve. The Grand Isle County Educational association have their annual meeting at Alburgh LAMOILLE COUNTY MORRISVLLLE. A. E. Draper has moved from the farm recently sold by him to A. K. Ober and V. C. Heath, to the homo of his sou-In-lnw, A, I!. Small and Mes-nrs. Ober nnd Heath hnve taken possession of tho Draper fattu. Henry Thomas died at his homo on Pleasant street Tuesday after a long Ill ness with blood poisonltn. Ho will be greatly missed by the teachers nnd stu dents of the People's Academy, where ho has for many year been tho faithful Jani tor. L. H. Hoynton started Tuesday night for Cheshire, Conn., where ho has pur chased n poach orchard of WVM trees. He Intends to add to tho acreago so that he will have 100 acre.-, with a capacity nf IZ.iXO trees. Peach trees arc set sixteen feet apart each way and every ffi feet apple trees are set In. so that at the end of L'-or 15 years, which Is tho average life or a poach tree, ho will haveallno hal ing apple orchard. Mr. Iioynton Intend to put In quite a quantity of small fruits also. 13. M. D.ivls has been appointed hy the vlllnge trustees chief of the lire department, to till the vacancy oc casioned by the resignation of Dr. Stevenson, who has bought a veterlnnry practice In Burlington and will soon set tle there. Mr. and Mrs. M. Conant of Wolcntt were visitors In town Wednesday.-Mrs. James M. Kellcy 'visited friends in rietc.her Wednesday. Mrs. A. P. Hoyce of St. Johnsbmy, who was tho guest of Mrs. J. T. Kelssy Tuesday, 10 turned home Wednesday, accompanied by Mrs. Kclw.y, who will 'be her guest for several days. George W. Hast ings nnd Miss Flossio C. Crowcll wero married by the llcv. C. C. St. Clair at tho parsonage Wednesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Hastings took the train for C'on coid, N. II., nnd Mnnchcstor, Mass., in tending to be absent for a week. Charlex H. Stearns lviu a business visitor in town Wednesday. Mrs. Frank Peck of Hosion, who has tn-en a guest at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Slayton and Mr. ami Mrs. A. H. Sinyton for the past week, returned to Boston Wed nesday. Members of the N. E. O. P. and candidates to the member of T.'i went to Ilardwiek Wednesday evening where the tdio Is nwny. B. A. and G. II. Stone have of Barton Landing closed hor fourth sue rented tho Mt. Norrls house to Herb ccssful term ot school at tho Conter last M.iFon, who Intends to open the house 1 Friday. Hor school exhibition In tho to tho publlo In a short time, Mr. Stone I evening wa lino with about one bund bin moved his family to Johnron below 'red people In attendnnto Mr. and Mrs. tho Ithel Kails camp ground. Tho t'nl-1 Adelbert Loekwood of Ncwfant, who ted Stntes Milling and Mining company are about to eomtnenou work on their as bestos mine, Thoy aro going to lay tho foundnllon for tho crusher building. Mr,', Frank linker 1h In Burlington tak ing treatment at the Mary Fletcher hos pital. The Dorcas society elected tho fol lowing ofllcers at tho lint nicotines President, Mnry A. Emery; vlco-presl-dent, Mettn Ulake; secretary, IJlanch Col lins; treasurer, Nora M. llaker. The so have been visiting Mrs. Iockwood's sis ter, Mrs. R. I. Huso, have gone to St, JohnEbury to visit other telatlVBS, WESTFIELD. Dwlght Hnrdlng cut down a eoon tree Inst Wednesday nnd secured four coons. They yielded several pounds of oil. Tho Congregational Indies' Aid society hold their annual chicken pie supper and apron u.ilo In the new church Thursday clcty will havo a sale December 11. MIsh .,fiprn(mn ami neenlntr. November U2. Coolcge, who has been teaching In Wcst-,Mr,i frmont ji'01. ()f Boston came to field, Is nt home with her parents, me jr. o. Miller's last Saturday for a short Iluv. Mr. Coologe nnd wife. H. H. Adams Is driving the stage from 1'dmi to Low ell. BELVIDEREl Mrs. Dot Nichols of Burlington Is visit ing her parents), Mr. and Mrs. C. L learned. -O. M. Alnsworth ban gone to Woodsvllle, N. II., on binlness. Madge Brown has finished her school at Crafts- vlslt. Harold Farman, town superinten dent and Miss Agnes Hnrrls of Beebe Plain wero married at the bride's home October 24 and after a. trip to Boston and vicinity ratim home, where thoy will reside, having visited his father's largo farm. On Thursday evening, No vember 15, Mr. nnd Mrs. Wlllard Farman gave a delightful reception In their spac ious home to their ron and bride, who bury and returned home for a three weeks have the best wishes of many friends. vneatlon.Sidiool at tho Center, taught by L. P. Barnard, closed last Friday. The Ilev. nnd Mrs. A. G. Chandler were In Eden Saturday visiting at Marrttt Shnttnck's. WOLCOTT. Carrol Dwlnel), r-on of Melbro Dwlnell, while sawing eint window rasing", got his hand caught and all the lingers cut off on tho saw. Mrs. Alma. (Viols, widow eif the lata Chntlen Cook of Hlmore, has inoed Into rooms In the home with Mr. Mnry Knstimnn and son havo rent ed nnd moved Into a part of Mrs. Kdna Cross's house. LOWELL. H. F. Hall has gone to Clarksvllle, Va to siend the winter with relatives. It, L. Powers has sold his farm to Charles Coburn. William Kellcy has returned from Burllnaton much benefitted by tho treatment ho received whllo In tho hn plt.il. Mr. and Mr" Henry Pudvah are the parents of a daughter born Novem ber niece, Mrs. George Cutler. J. D. ! her 10. Mrs. Stewart was railed to Hyde Titus of UrnoklleUI, Mass., his sold the Park last week by the illness of her son, stock of his farm here nnd leased the George Stewart. Leon Shufelt has gone land to Moses Ilodgdon. Cedi le Huni-to St. Johnshnry for hospital treatment phicy took a loall of young p'ople on n , for injury caused by being equght foe strawride rrld.iy evening In West Hill tween 'oaded wagon and ear. Tho seleet .whnol exhibition. W. IT. Twls Is build- men hnve greatly Improved the looks ot lug a verniiila and otlierwis" Improving f the cemetery by hiving a wire fence his house Mrs. II. M. llufobe'.l nnd two placed round It and seme other alterna- i H. W. Allen & Co. pl.icp nn Ihn hill ntnr F II Robin tlio mill prr.pTty bol'' t r to !I O, Icifiwn tho Hngnn m H an t Is to po?esislrjii at onoo AIV rt Tapltn movo bftforo tho first of oro nbor ' ' I 11 1 1 n ' 1 1 1 ." HlllrkMIK MH IPIUUm III T1 e (!.,.. ( I I...,1 niii(io iiwum- l u rim) jiiji w,luot u Albert Tnplln. Chvle Gianflejld renVil the U. II. Ilni k h use fj v,in:r. Th" euw ihnpti of the M 1 It ...II, . ... , . . . ... !''ernl iiromlnent si u rs wit he fill. Tl.i' ex-uls'" ' in Mm noon anil evening ! ri'iip nt he furnished for th - i awa L.idies' Home eltc'n w I' old a I n ' l .ll"M 1 . iirv -.! '1.. !. . i , m ... r?fllinrinn nn 1 1 II J mrevc nt this ecaenn o Inf-PRf nnn llpflf i rl" " ''"i" " "' i -- .i i t , ... .i i ... , i. r 1 -t -r-v r-v 4 1 . 1 u 1 u 1 it 11 1 11 tin tint . i,- 1 1 , , tabrics, mostly ma.de by JLJ. r'ricstlcv ( Lio., and , eintir,ns nr 1 toins .j n .me t i the new Church. Today and every Jay this week the chief attraction in our Dress Goods Department will he A Special Sale of Fine Black Dress Goods at one-third less than regular selling prices. A straight I'K'nwilT'.T male ntiirtet from '. fuiniili music in Lupin. No finer goods are to he had at full price anywhere at any time. ROXBURV. I 'l-i t a an1 id vifn4 nnfitaen r t 1 rir oliinTnenffl fi .e i t.Ar,,inli L1:J- 1 1 11 , 1 Im. Senile's In Nr.rt.il Id Thur-e iiunuay mercnanaise wmcn must soon nave space. ties Frames nanio!. and Ldha 25 pieces of leading hlack wool f ahrics that were ;-'-;' M'" Ipl. UU per yard ARE OFFERED AT 68 CENTS. 75 pieces that were $1.25, $1.38 and $1.50 ARE OFFEP.ED AT 95 CENTS. Such leading fahrics as these : Mrs. D. I. Nil hols, n.il M s J W w 're nrnung ine v. -i- .uuut. ....... .....- ..... ... ...... i-ii.i tii,ii- ,fit nn .it'- ttt..-i day with Mi.es Lit ChaJ'.vtek Frances lliinlun. t ii tre Inge the first prl7.e f r a"endan i seholaishlp wes tilt ii by Mis M Kills. The second was a tie bet Alb"lt Dow and M ss Be' a Schenils on the eist h .!' ' Warren closed one week ok 1 w t M s ,e- 1 e 1 rs n 1 I ' i w h Ptone .ind Lleut,Gov. Prouty' will " give' ! J:: l""' !" ,fu,n'"f lrl of addresses on Friday evening. A. L. Ilobinson of Bosto- i-ns tho guest of Ills brother, Juan Itoblnon, Saturday. Pi-veral from here attended "The Col lege Widow" at Tile Stiong Theatre Saturday. ALBURGH CENTRE. Miss Sadie Honslnger and James McNIel were married at White River Junction November S. Mrs. Roy Rock well Is visiting friends in Swanton. Tile teacher's meeting will be held In the Methodist Church November l(i nnd 17. Mrs. W. J. Wightman, Mrs. O. O. Bell nnd Mrs. J. S. Goodfe-llow spent Satin -day in Burlington. Master Charles Cong don Is very 111 ot typholel rever. Capt. 6. J. Rockwell Is spending a few dny in Burlington. MIsm Lillian LiGrand ot the contest which has taken place be tween the two lodges, Hardwlck and Morrisvllle, Initiated the candidate and furnished n bamiuet. Members of the Morrisvlllo lodge went to Hardwlck nn the express train, returning on a special. Tho Rev. V. M. Hardy went to Ran dolph Wednesday to offlclato at the fun eral of Mra. W. S. Curtis. STOWE. At the annual meeting of the Stowo Cemetery association hold at Mrs. Anna Kimball's on Tuewlay afternoon, the fol lowing officers were elected: President, Mrs. Vernon Wllklns; vice-president, Mrs. Julia Oakes: secretary, Mrs. c. A. Riley; treasurer, Mrs. Anna ICInili.il I; directors. Miss Nellie Sargent, Mrs. M. C. Ixivejoy, Mrs. II. K. Shaw, Mrs. F. S. Bo.irdman, Mrs. O. K. Luce. The association has Just Knosbtirgh Falls and Arthur Henien-1 closed a very successful year, there he way of this place were married nt ICnos-.Ing flOO In the treasury, after all bills were paid. The next regular meeting will burgh Falls, November .". Mr. and Mrs. Jlemenway relumed h"n Tuesday even ing and at present are the guests ot his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge Hcmenway. be held on December 4 nt Mrs. M. C. IoveJoy's. O. W. IClson has )urehai.t.,l the Morrill place at the lower village of The third annual meeting of the Grand Mrs. Amos RettK Mrs. e H. Slocum of Isle County IMucationnl association will Morrisvllle was a recent guest of Mrs. he held at Alburgh Center November 11, jComle Gates Miss Myra Cheney cloed 1". The programme fedlows: Friday. 2:3"- a successful term of school In North 4:30 p. m.. devotional exercises; reports Hollow on Friday with appropriate ex of secretary und coininUtees; the prepar.i-1 ercls'-s. Allen Thompson has sold his tlon of the teacher. Mls May Conro; j grocery business to Wllllim Bennett. echoes from the State convention. Miss, Mrs. C. H. A. Stafford, who Is stopping children were In Morrisvllle Saturday visiting tho former's parents. Miss Julia Hundy Is nt work nt r. K. Jackson's. Clarence Limphero has moved to Belvi dere whero ho will engage In lumbering. - F. IS. Jaekon moved Monday to his farm lately purchased. Mrs. Mary W. Tlllntson has taken possession nf her house vacated hv F. H. Jackson. A cable gram Ins been received from Dr. and Mrs. Valle.ni announcing their safe ar rival at Liverpool. Dngl.ind. John French nnd gang of men came Monday and will commence work getting out lnt blocTis for a rubber boot factory In Carl Jones's sugar place. Robert Mills Iris moved here from Morrisvllle. The dis trict meeting for this mstriet O. n. S. was held Tuesday with a lirge atten dance. JEFFERSONVILLE Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Wood and family have moved their household goods to St. Albans where they will make their home. Frank Wilcox has gone to visit his son. F.than. In Newport Mrs. II. W. Varnuni and con fiery recently took a Hons. NEWPORT. TT. 13. Prltehnril, a former employee In the Canadian Pacific office here, was united In marriage Friday noon with Miss Helen Hlbbar.l The ccreni'iny was performed by the Rev. A. A. Murch, at the home of the brldn on Summer street. Mr. nnd Mrs. Prlt ehard will reside In Calgary, Alberta, wher'j Mr. Prltehnril Is employed ns rlerk In the Canadian Pacific freight office. To avoid the usual rough hand ling, which Is riviil prevalent here, the bridal pair went bv team to Newport Center, taking the sK o'clock Cana dian Pacific express to Montreal. ORANGE COUNTY RANDOLPH Henry Shay ot WVst Brookfleld was brought before Judge Jumps, Hutchinson SatunLiy afternoon. In tlio ab'cnco of State's Attorney M. M. Wilson, J. D. trip to Danville. Chnrlcs Horner is Uenlsoii acted as prosecuting ofllcer. Shay making extenslv repairs on the Inside I pleaded guilty to the charge of assault and recently. Mrs. Wivi I Norihflotd wa at .1 i' r '1 li. Mrs. A. L. S' :v at f!"orge W. Fi n ' man nf Veiger.nes ilerl Royce's last week. Mohair Crifipine, Melrose Cloth. .H "Wool Serifc, Wool i nnd Mrs. r. p. ni -.-'s Crcpc dc Chine. French Voile, Fancy Voile. Checked and Striped I C'J' Voile, Herrin'hone Tal?eta, Princiss Cloth, Wool Checked Taf- field we-e 'n iosmi i i feta, Rosetta Cloth, Gyp,y Cloth, Queen. Cloth, Mirfnonettc J 'l n . Wool Powderettc. Checked Cri.mine. Prunella. Silk and WooI'l. wheeler i i rlenrietta, Armufe Lloth, Lleveron buttintj, Lhitron Panama, Silk Warp Tamisc, Silk and Wool Eoline, Silk and Wool Crepe. BASEMENT STORE. Investigate all that you can. Look everywhere for house keeping foods. You will find upon looking through our Basement store stocks and prices which cannot he equalled anywhere here abouts. Merchandise of sterling worth, widest range for choice and many uncommon features which stores in cities the size of Burlington do not often have. To-day wc wish to direct attention especially to an under price sale of COMFORTABLES. i 1 Mr t re e rti s Ada nt G WAITSFIELD Hthel L-indnn. Mrs. W. M. SHi-ens. S p. m. music; address, "Vermont," Lieut. Oov. Georxe II. Prouty; music; addre", "A Neglected Klcment In our Public fcchoeils." Mason S. Stone, superinten dent of education: reeoptlim to the lieu tenant governoi : Satuiday, D:M a. m.-lS in,, devotional exercises; "The 1'Trsl Tears In Arithmetic," M!s Mabel liar.en: "fCm- wlth her mother, Mrs. C. R. Churchill nnd Mrs. L. L. Harris, were visitors at Montpeller on Thursday. Mrs. Eugene Rouchard spent several daj's last week with her aunt, Mrs. Oeorge Wilkin". Mr. and Mrs. Bouchard are located In Bethel for the present. -Mrs. Mary Cobb and lit tle son of Clover are visitors nt the homo of Mr. nnd Mr. C. B. Cobb. M. D. Mc- Tiloyment for the Little Folks." MIssjMahon was a recent visitor at the home Mnry Illhbard; Intermission; "rnifylng nf his brother, C. L. McMahnn. N. F. the Work of Successive Tea.-hers," Mrs, Harris jinK purchased the J. D. Wilklnft's Aithur Hill; "The Teacher's Relation Hjplacn at the lower village, where he now Intermissions. " Mrs. O. P. Knight: "Tito . resides. Ira Munn wan a visitor in Stowc Value of Educational Papers." Miss An-1 last week, having returned from S.iranac gusta Phelps: 1:30-4:30 p. ni.. singing; i,,ikc. N, T., and has rented a tenement "Nature Study," Howard A. IMson, Inl-n Mrs, J. J. Vearron's hoiif-o on lower versity of Vermont; "How can we over- i Main street. Mr. and Mrs. Munn are stop cenno unnatural Tones In Reading," Miss p;g at4Trcsent with their daughter, Mrs. Corn Bushey; intermission; (iiiestlr.n box; f. m nugbee In Waterbury. Mr. nnd business meeting; adjournment. Through the courtey nf Alburgh frleudp of the l.issoclatlon. conveyance from Alburfch etatlon to Alburgh Center as well as en- tertHlnme-ut will be provided for all who nttend the meetings. ISLE LA MOTTE. Mrs. N. W. Flsk has returned from St. Albans after spending a fw days with Mrs. F,. C. Bmlth.-Mrs. H. C. Reyd li elowly improving. Mrs. Fred Fortune Is vc. y poorly. Mr. nnd Mr. J. M. Sk-els hae gone away for a few weelts. They has bi-cn up to the present time about 11,00) barrels of apples shipped from the Ii.land.- Several will attend the tcnchr'B meeting Friday night nt tho Methodist Church at Alburgh Center, to hea-r tho uddrcsB of Lieut. -dov. G, 11. Prouty and Maron 9. Stone. Lleut.-C.nv. and Mrs. Prouty have nc'copfd nn Invitation lo spend Sunday with Mr, and Mrs. N. W. 1'lsk. Mts. Kinsman has returned lo her home In Reiohoster. GRAND ISLE. Miss Jaim-son cloned her school Friday on account of the diphtheria epidemic nnd has gone to her home. Thes who are 111 with diphtheria are convalescing, nnd there aro no new cn."es. The cemetery (society Is preparing for an entertain ment to ho given In the near fntuie. Tho Ladles Aid meet with tho Rev. nnd Mru, J. W. IlKley for dinner last Thurs day. Mr. and Mrs. William Hnznn spent Sunday at North Hero. Allen Gage and family are visiting relatives out ,of town, and Mr. Gage's brother Is In charge ut the Sampson creamery. Tho district schools have all e loseel fer two weekH' vae-atlon owlns to the prev alcnce. of diphtheria In the west por tlon of thotnnr. The diphtheria cases aro nil recovering nnd as yet no now cases have appeared. Mlsi Jessie Johnson hnn gono to her home at San Babastlan P. Q. The entertainment to bo held by tho te.nnhcrs In town has been postponed In definitely, but will be given some time in the future as tho first of a Ferles of entertainments for tho school library, Tho cemetery society gave a supper and entertainment tho evening of the 23d at tho church. Dr. G. H. Hranch anl his little daughter, Katherlno, aro both epiito 111. Mr. A. B. Heemnn of Fairfax made hori trip to Grand Islo recently and bought anothvr car load of Grand Isle field tor Connecticut market, At tho Mrs. T. A. Douglass entertained about 20 of their relatives ot the Straw family em Thurday evening In honor of Mr. and Mrs. L. If. Straw of Woodstock, who were visitors In Stowe last week.. Mrs. Abble Warren went to Rur lington on Saturday and spent Sunday with frlimds there, going to carry the lit tle son of Mr. nnd Mrs. A. P. Hlgolow to his. parents. The west Branch Circle will meet with Mrs. F. M. Sears on Thursdav, November lr,. There was no service at West Hranch Church on Sundny after noon, the Rev. J. p. Angell being called to attend the funeral of Mr. Gobar In Sterling. Mr. Gobar was about S2 yeara of age. Tho 17 months old son of II. E. Shaw nnd wife died Sunday morning at three o'clock, hnv'ng been III with membraneous of his houso on Church street Dr. nnd Mrs. H. A. Iulil of Fjcx were guests at S. V.. Popo's tho pan week. A drama will be presented at the town hall Novem ber 27, entitled "Grandmother Itlldo hrand's Legacy" hy homo talont, for tho benefit of tho town library. WATERVILLE. Mrs. F. 15. Hunt Is stopping a few days with friends 111 liurllngton. George Kenid Is en lying tlio II. F. D. mall this week. Jlart Perry vi.'ited Chimney Tll-ln-mi last week. Mrs. Jeiiit.i- r.aeon of M:i..ichtiotis visited friend In town last week. Mrs. Harvey liiker has moved Into the tenement of the Stoekwcll hems". Mrs. Claieri'e Horner and daughter, Hazel, of CamliridL'e were In town on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Pear! Tobln ot rnderhlll arc stopping a few weeks with his brother, Charles. Mr, E. P. Mann nnd grandson, Hulhurd Austin vis ited her breither. Dr. llulburd. nt Jericho last week. Mrs. Chauncy Tilloson and Mrs. Arthur F.i irbenk.-i visited friends in Moirisvllle ovi r Saturday and Simd iy. Miss lluldah Stevens died on the '.'th., aged ".ft yens, four months and 9 davs. The funeral was largely attended from the hnii'-e on Sunday, the Rev. Henry Howard ofllei.i.tlng. She leaves two brothel , (!. W., and J. V. Stevens and five sisters, M! Helb"i Stevens. Mrs. Carrie Downer, Mrs. II. L Heard, Mrs. (). G. Kellcy and Mrs. It. F. Heard all of Wntervllle, dAMERIDOE. Mr. and Airs. Amos Holmes of Enos burgh, hnve moved to this place and will spend tho winter with their daughter, Mr.". Aden lirush. Rev. Hugo Kulenger, pnslor eif the' Hapllst Church at Vergenne", Ins been .-pending a few dnys with fiieinlH In town. Tlio ladl'M of the Hopkins C 'inelcy association will serve n bollod dinner nt O, P. llileheoek's Wednesday, NovednbeT 11. W. L Grlswold is talcing a vacation froir. his duties ns cnrrler em rural de livery route No. 2. Mrs. Gaines of Enos burgh Falls Is the guest of her daugh ter, Mrs, Llnim Leavens. Ni'wman Taylor of Fletcher has moved to the Chapman farm on Safford hill and will work tho same tor tho coming year. George Fnrrell of I'ndcrhlll ban taken a position iih clerit In tho Cambridge store. battery upon Guy Fletcher, a school teacher, in West Hrookfield, and was lined to with costs amounting to JD.M. From tho testimony It was shown that tho assault was the ciilmiimtlnn of trouble Shay's son had In school and the clash came when teacher and parent tried lo adjust matters to their own satisfaction. On the school grounds the parent had the best of tho argument. Theie way a fiood attendance at the Grange meeting held In Grange hall Satur day oven'.ng. A feature of'the programme was a paper on her travels In Europe hy Miss Evelyn Mnnney. Tho matter ot go ing to Huillngton to exemplify tho third and fouith degrees nt the State Grange meeting in December was iVflnltIy de I'idid and the Ural rehearsal of the tenn will be held In Grange hall Friday even ing. There was a laige stock hipment from this rtatinn Monday. The prices piid for hogs " 1-1' to G i ent!', calves 3 to C cents por IHiutnl. BRADFORD. Miss Knrlene Hutchinson Is visiting friends in BuMon.--Mis? Sarah Parker Is tho guest of her sister, Mrs. W. S. Hunl ingten. in Cone'oid. N. II, Miss Hy.i Hunt left Sitiuelay to spend a week in P.ostnn and New York. A club has been organized by the Opinion employees .ml will have rooms In tin- Opinion building. The Ladies' society of tho Congregv. lonal church are to servo a chicken plo diner Friday, November Pi. Windsor CorlNs has moved his fnmllv Into tho Col!) henise-, which he recently purchased, Mrs. Whitconib Is veiy ill, having had a shod: Thurday. Miss Mabel Worth ley I;: caring for her. R. D. Newton le lunied Irom Riehfo-d Wednesday, Mls Genevlcvo Hooker spent Sunday with her friend, Miss Ware, at her homo In Falrlee. ORLEANS COUNT? ORAFTSBURY. croup Slice Friday. Dr. Grout of Water- Mr. Cole dlil November at the homo bury was called Saturday but It was Impos. nf his brothe r, Calvin Cole, of this town ('.hie to savo the child. The funeral will he Tho funeral was h,ild Thursdav, the Rov. held Tuesday. News has been received ! L. Lewis of Hardwlck officiating. Mr, here of the death In Gloucester, Mass., Parker, an aged and respected citizen of Margueilte, tho daughter of the Rev. G. 'died tit the homo eif his daughter, Mrs. E. K. mid Iela .ttacutchnn Ileecher, from dlphtherin. Tho body was taken to Mr, Iieecher's former lion In Kwcx for burial on Tueday. HYDE PARK. Ex-Gov. I'ago loft Saturday night for Boston. Dr. A. M. Gmldurd was a visitor at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mm A. I Geuldard, a few days the last of the week, returning to his honvef Saturday. HIk mother acoinpanled him and will le nmln a short time. Icon Grlswold, who Is stopping In nurlliyjton, spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. V, L. Grls wold. Miss Hnttle Pratt spent Sunday at her home In Stowc. Mlsi Alice Pago Is spending somo time with friends In Bos ton and vicinity. Homer Iinphlor wns given a birthday "surprise" Monday oven liig. Whist was the featuro of tho even ing. Dainty refreshments were served. Frank Hill went to Morse's Lino Wed nesday to nttend the funeral of his fa ther, James Hill, Sr. Little Lloyd Osgood, who has been ejulto III with bilious fever, Is reported a little better, EDEN. Mrs, Sarah Sanborn hau gone to New port to spend tho winter wltth her daughter, Mrs. Gilchrist. E. II, Stone and wife will llo In her house while L. Stmt ton November C, The funeral was held Thursday, the Ilev. W. E. Allen olIHatlng. The burlnl was In the family lot In tho village ccmetry. Mr, E. N. Nedson Is suffering from blood pulsion. William Ryan has gone to Boston for a few day.i business ami vacation. R. L. Guild IniH openeMl n studio In the upper part of E. E. Stratton's store. George Sheer and family moved to North Crnttsbiiry last Thursday. H, Uurllson moved November 7 to East Craftsbury Patrick Klllgnrlln's farm, BROWNINGTON. Mrs. Crandnll, of Rlohford is visiting her daughter, Mrs. 13. M. Porter. -Mrs. Sarah Fox was cilh-el to Coventry Tuesday to attend tho funeral of n niece. A. II. Gardyno's family woto badly frlghtned Saturday morning whon Mrr. Gardyno, who wns preparing breukfaat, fell to tho floor with he-il l trouble) and remained un conscloiiH for epiltn a long time. Dr. Veils was called and she is better at this time. Thero was a very pleasant gather ing nt Henry Inland's Thursday after noon and evening, Svhon the Lidles' Aid mot thero and llsh chowder was served, Mr, Wiggins entertalneel Hm company with his phonngrnph, Mr. I.elaug played his orgnnetle nnd sang a solo, Mrs, Jas per Smith has a cactm which at one time had one hundred anil seventy-five buus and blossoms, -Miss Ethel Moultuu FORESTDALE. Tho Woman's Auxiliary met with Mrs Hnry Symons eelne.sday nfternnon.- Mr. and Mrs. L. It. Churchill of Rutland are visiting his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. G. II, Churchill. Mrs. Julia Johnson is visiting her daughter, Mlfi. Loach, nt Hague, N. V. Charles Bird and Miss Fannie LaFrnneo and Jake Pfenning and Miss Gcorglantia Anoe, nil of this place, are to be married November 2S. BRANDON L. J. Ormsbce has lecelved news of the death of hln brother, Dr. William W Ormsbce, in Geneva, 111. Dr, Ormsbee was a former resident of this town and a gl lduate of M'rldleburv College. Hoy W. Flood of tins town and Jennie Belle, daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. A. E Hewitt of Pittsford wero married Nov a al th3 home of the latter. After a britf wedding tour they will resldo in town. Tho G. S. Barnes f.mo north of Forest dnle has been sold to Charles Wyatt for TOCO. W. B. Churchill has sold his farm to Goorge S. Ban oh for $l,fi:o. PROCTOR. Almn Franzoiil, after being confined to tho houso for two weeks, has returned lei his duties at tho Vermont Mai bio com pany's store Miss Allco Holmes was given a surprise, party by a number of nor young friends Tuesday night, the oc caslon being the 15th anniversary of her birth. Tho young people brought gifts with them nnd had a Jolly time. Dalrity refreshments wero ferved by the hostess, W. W. Sessions nnd family wero at IMIddlebury Tuesday attending tho fu ncral of Mr. Ser.lnn's futher. who died thero after a short Illness. -Stanley S, Dodds, who has been visiting for some days with Arthur Fuller nt Jersey City, N, J., who foimerly tworkeil fr the Ver mont Marble eompnuv, returned to his work nt tho building shed yesterday. .Mr, and Mrs. George Champlnln of St. Johns, bury Is ted Tuesday for a short timet with friends her0 Inter leaving for Bur lingtoii and Montpell r. Charles Todd who has been on a week's vacatlcn ha resumed his woilc In thu lnolco room of 98 cents for Comfortahlcs worth $1.25 for Comfortahlcs worth 1.87 for Comfortahlcs worth 2.00 for Comfortahlcs wo rth 2.50 for Comfortahlcs worth 3.25 for Comfortahles worth Eiderdown Puffs Eiderdown Puffs Eiderdown Puffs $1.25 Sill-.oiinc covered 1.62 Silkol ine covered 2.25 Silk hindintj 2.50 Cambric covering 3.25 Satine 4.50 Hand some styled. $5.75 6.75 12.00 i i border H. W. ALLEN & GO. F. R. Jo.slln of Omaha, N' '),, s in for a few weeks, vb in h 1 1 iv me.ii Jiishn, and ,'iu . t .k r lives. ThH is Mr. ,1 ,-i '-. irs v ' native town since lef icie ' ,e fortuc in tile ' i -eitiii' M J e Tho fiin-ial of J J Ki ' sei suddenly on W-- u- l,:st. was neld fin'u I i ' Friday, th" inii. a' - ,t Re v. F. II. Ili.he- , , i Y Church as offlciit.ng i. r, , II. McAllister as e a temled by a Inr'.i nu hoi m and friends. T.,r' in the Iras .-i 1 1 1 ei'ioe : of the local I. O. o. i' Mr. Kelly h b . memlior. He leaM-s 1 sons and two d.iuh; r to ir irn great 1oh. The aiin Magazine club was he' I Dr S,i'i evening, November l"t.i a' ' 1 n Mr nml Mrs. I II II ni'i Mr Mrs. S. W. Livingston are u -advent of a nice e g T-p "i' I bov ww born to them on V irr 1 Ni nuKincss a low days th first of week. Tho remains nf Mis Mnry of Montpeller, a na'ly. of thlH lal in the family lot n the e -nc." held at tho graze, l' i 1 li ie wlu Un ii ). Me' r.. i . l ,r .1 , 1 u , . e t i . V in e of i w' low I the Vermont Marblo company. Walter II. Edson and family of itullnnd n,ovtil MONTPELIER. to ne of the, now houses on Hospital hill' rl lie i-eptemi.er term ot wasmngion vesterday.-Mls.-es Jen. '... and Annie Mur- couniy cnuu i ircuinen.- on jiuiiujj, gan of Fort Edward, N. Y., are guo-its for a few days of relatives In town. W. A. Remele, of ' Church. Capt. H. N Ii ,i serious ml.- . ; ' i -t nemn. While me vii j -burn Irs heir-ee ht i I -the log ntrainst li - . -left ankle, and 1 i'' -a. few inche" nb e es were attended t., Mr. Cl.ire'ice ' ' -Montpelier wen ip ' visiting her parin;-'. Mr L! , r.il . I . .1 'PUa ..... rr.,. ..i.-.., I ,1l.. ..I..l., I,,.t.l ,..,fU l,lr,rj ,.'11! V... L,mn,l t t. ' 1,1,11,1 1 111 1 1 I nei I uiinrt'H.imiiu i.aui.-.-, i-itn..- ttvtv. f.v ... .v. ... I Tl..l,.rt,,l,l ...U . . a business meefi at Mrs. Emma Clark a next Monday, and it Is possible the grand I " "" ' ; Wednesday nfternoon.-Mrs. O. W. Keloy Jury may be called together to consider , ;' , . , , Is spending a idiort time with friends in the poisoning case at Berlin and the. ... r, Boston and viclnlly.-M.ie Dt.rger H at shooting affair at F.-.yston. hi I , h f V, ' her old home at Rufus Kelley's.-Hev. The chancery case of Roscoe G. Patch I ' ns "'' ' 1 V , Mr. Bell ot Stan-lead college .iccupled of "vllle against the 'Intern Tulo 'wh ho ,' DERBY. November 19, for tho tr.Jl ot as meny caer as may he before Judge George M. Power.-,, who is to preside, ,s obliged to go to St. Johnrbury to take toe December term of Caltilonia county court. The 1 Mr 1 UT WUM OUtll in .'lt, nil.. - - l...t. l , . , f ... , ,,, T...,... i.efoie last. ; the elfects of blooel poitoning. About a " "" m ' " r,'u " 'l " lu . IITI u r I '1 II' c nu i- .. ..... ... t.. i.An.. in j. sou ii'.iii(;inrp nnr lu-ri- mi i nnn m rn - - - - - - - - - the pulpit in the O nreqatlonal church company, which was to have been heard last Sundav mnrr.'r.g. There will bo ser- on haturetay before Juelgo Joan 11. Wat- Ices at tho same time next Sunday son as chancellor. w.i continued aid may morning. Hie excitement I'liusea ny mo i"""ui) ni "f o'.oo. me eau- i um- le.ported case of diphthei cllc sole thru it Vany had been enjoined from tresp utslng In Mr. Stieetcr's family has subsided, as on laud owned by Mr. Patch at Hrnn.HIn no new oases, havo oocured. -Henry Col- but on the agreement of the company to bv has moved 'nto Mis. Mary Fuller's W him ?iC'i a ear for the use of his bouse for tho winter, having sold his 1,iml a compromise has beer, effected, farm to Wesley Buchanan. Edward) MrpTT Glow .-old his stock and other pioper-i iy nt auction last Friday afternoon. ir. L. I . Hnrr.s. .1 years old, died a ,in,-"V,t,.r wns Itnrii lo Mr. and Mrs. L. I Tiie.-day at her home on North St., from Hall of tho Mr nnil ,,v nn rents of ;e little daughter, born last ho punctured her nrger with one of the Salmi-day morulng.-Mrs. John Duval and SI,m11, ht''n chicken bones. A few days daughter Marv, aio both suffering with llUe,- hlood poisoning developed. Mrs. severe ceihK-Ropoi ts from Mis. Storm. Harris Is survived by her husband, onn who has been away In a hospital to be daughter, Miss Clara, ami erne son, F. 1. treated for cataract on her oyes, aro Harris, beith roIelents of this village. Mr. more favorable. At one tlmo nfter the HaiTls had been pi eminent socially for operation it was feared sho might loss many yearn and leu.s a large circle ot her eyesight ent. rely. It Is now deem- friends. She had been a member ot tho ed nulto certain thnt the sight is not dc- 'oncreg.ttlon.il Church for many yeara. stroyod. Viola Cobb ot Barton visited "".d was a constant attendant upon Its her ami Mrs. F. B. Cobb ot Mrs: Donald- eorvioes when her health permitted, son's last Siinday.-Mrs. C. K. Hates and T''p mow that fell Monday and Tuos- famlly have returned to New York for 'a' ''"l"''l hy a few sleds ar.l tho wlnter.-The closing exerciser of tho llelghs Tuesdny.-The front windiws Inch graded school will be held In Academy Jl,lve b(,,,n put Into Sanborn's drug storo hall to-morrow evening. Tho nmool clo- nd Denney's grocery are an Improvement es next week Frlday.-Mrs. 1. C. Hay ,0 1"'"1 stores and the nppearence of liie has been suffering with a sevcio atta-- ""rth sld,. of the stiulre.-Prof. C. C. of headache being confined lo her room I!rlll, formerly of the Norwich I'nivcr- niiy, retiirntii to lllon. rs. i .. iiiesaay ilny, chnged with as j l e " Intoxication, to w ,-h he f 1 i 1 nnd wns lined ji" ' .-h w th ii'iinniili ,1 ti, 'iir.il eehlr , l.f. , 1 ,1 "Lidles Hoii'e c i. ' " w-'I s. rvo annual chicken pe iirnir t "h try of the Congr i Tusii. Lwr.'r.g, N SOUTH WOODBURY. i r J. C. Breiwn wis sell's over uml.iy t w rre i ( II,lt'1e Roi lor i-evernl days. WASHINGTON COUNTY WAER3URY. Lewis J. White, who resides on a en..n. ,,r. W'filcrhni'v river. dl-oiined , llitrlhi,... I. ,,.l,,.. ...uillr-Mr. M dead Thursday evening, while going ' " , night. Fully five inches of snow fell at the llph hatchery In Roxbury Monday. FAYSTON. V. A. Bragg was In Montpeller last week on lniAlnoni. He was arcomptinied u .uusuv .Merrill i. anei i iiiiiuii iv. has not gene vet. Bragg, who made their (list visit to the I fp ., ii,, ,. ttl . ix'gisiiuuio. Daniel .Mi-lnugniin was in Cabot Harry Bureb . .1, w' 1 1. s 111 with pneumon; 1 f r s r 1 very low. nnd a t 1 1 e 1 n i's Barrc Is caring for ' ni Wan jaiuill .i.s 11 1 , 1111111 -.1 i o i it on Sunday, return g M ' 1 iy clnda Farnswortli Is 111 Hi ' Buinhnm Schools In town ftr most part closed list Frldiy. MORETOVN. The village school eiis 1 I'r Hy having no ir-irks :-i t1- r lury were. Rilph lib'1) e ii-r 'I CI us CinrK. Eiiwaril Fiana'-', for r t Holmes Mrtib-s. Nell P verts w 1 Ravelin. Theodore A . ' Firl C.i IVl .MC'lllJl illlll i Ill.e- 1 iV'"l U' nnn nhmiiit ,nn I Ir l?ti, , Tin lrna I't the term. SOUTH BARRE. from his houso to tho barn, supposedly from heart disease. He was In his usual health during the clay nnd was In Wat erbury In tho nfternoon, when appar ently nothing1 wns the trouble with him. Ho was fiO yearn of nge nnd nl II. II. Ainsworili li is ii ii 1 i li 1 1 ns -s 1 m fi-nrn "choed in I'.ilu Work 'ns befiu Wheeler was In ttwn last w k. Nichols of Montpeller visited friends In town last week, F. IX. Powers of Water- bury was in town Saturday to buy fiesn cows, E, A. Flsk has sold his farm u F. 11. Mnxhaui. H. E. Limb ot liurllng ton Is nt V. C. Pierce's caring for his .... ... 1 wife, wild lu v.ri" tm- llitr Mm ways resided in town, nnu in eiirvive.i - -.- by hln wife nnd sou, Horace, who 'corgo hitcomb, of Richmond, who has re'sldes In Washington. Tho funeral '"'' with Mrs. Limb the past week. liar. . 1 .... c 1.. 1 returned to her home. Mrs. A. E. Limb r".. : , ... 'V. : , L,I " of MIUoi, was a .t of Mr. ,..,.1 M-..'he recentb purchase I Ultl IIII1HU n(W III ll.ar, vi.i.n.;. - .. .1 n i. ..,1.1 u t.iititff C r (roo two clays Inst wool;. OnnriiM ..'J ' ". ':.;.'. ,rn .,ev nl Garth Blimham of Buillngton. wholon Chamberlln's place In tho v IMIll " V. Hill II till ll'l't wiv-f of Stowo; consideration, 1.300, ca"ort to town recently by the nviw George Oakland, n voternn of tho Ulncss of their mother, Mrs, H. E. Lamb, Civil War wan found dead In Ills bed have reluincd to their home, nt bin homo at the Center Monday morning. Ho resided alone but win? seen Sunday about his home. Ho had Miss PHI, teacher In No. 1, clo?cd her been dead Hcvcrnl hours when found. school Friday and went thnt night to The funeral of Danlnl Town, who BrlHiol for a short visit bofrro going to died last Saturday wan held from hH her home. Mr. Demerltt received word late homo Monday afternoon. Mr. Saturday of tl' death of her undo at Town wns CI yi' irs of age, being 0110 W'n'crbur.v Ce.iter and she and lu r two of the oldest citizen of Wnlerbury. children went that night to attend tho He was the fntln'r ot fourteen children, funeral, .Sunday. - 0. Gordon of M-int- pleven now llvlnc. 4 pelicr has purchased tho George Butler MIDDLESEX. WINDSOR COUNTY GAYSVILLE. - TJnlnl. Wlillc has n iv 'd t 1 the ot R ley hard and Mr. Blanehnrd has b' visiting his mother In New York Thiifday evening prnycr meet ug Walter t-V.tiyer's this week The worth Leagne topic for Sundly en tile Uth is "Personal Evangel sm " Kate E. Wilson rltiucl a sucf-essful of school In Strafford Fnd y nf ii-iiiitu uei iv 11111 'li 1 1 ' 1 1,1. i Watcrn has rented the h trie liulld'ng and will use H fir a 1 aok tluip.-Mrs. Wi.l.. m flecl is spe the week In White R v r Junct'on (L'enlliined 1111 l-lli l'llo.