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El, I, EX .McCUEN, IlLltl.lNC.TON.
Chittenden, es,
The Honorable Probate Court, for
thn District of Chittenden.
To nil persons Intel ested In thn es
tate of Ellen nnd William McCuen of
Whereas, application In writing hath
been miide to this Court by tho guard
Inn of Ellen and William McCuen for
license to sell the real estate "f sold
wnrds, setting forth therein that his
said wards, who are husband nnd wife,
own real estate in thn idly of Burllng
ton, Vt., by the entirely as lltlsbnnd
nnd wife, their personnl estate Is In
sufficient to pay the debts of said
wards nnd Hint the liabilities oeerulng
for support nnd mnlntnlnaucc of said
wards shows that the house nnd lnnd,
No. P,3 North street, being the went
part of the property on southwest
corner of Mattery and North streets, Is
n part of this estate by Hip entirety.
And thereupon the said court nppolnt
and assigned tin. aid day of Mtiy, lanf,
at the Probate Court rooms, In said
district, to hear and decide upon said
application, nnd orderid that puhlle
notice thereof be given to nil per
sons therein, by publishing this order
three weeks successively In tho
Burlington Weekly Free Press, n news
paper which circulates In the neighbor
hood of those persons Interested there
in; all which publications shall bo
previous to tho time nppolntcd for the
Therefore, you nre hereby notified to
appear before said Court, at time nml
Place aforesaid, then and there, In said
court, to object to the (granting of such
license. If you see enuse,
tbennv t",f ci RWt 'i , emwfypmf
Given under my hand, nt tho Probate
Court rooms, this I'Jth day of April,
43,w.1t Judge.
ai.ick a. yi'iMi's estate.
STATE OF VERMONT, district of
To all persons Interested In tho es
tate of Alice G. Stlnsnn, late of Den
ver, In the State of Colorado, deceased,
At a probate court, liolden nt Bur
lington, within and for the district of
Chittenden, on the 1Mb dav of April,
3 POT. an instrument purporting to bo
tho last will nnd testament of Alice
!. Stlnson, lute of Denver, Colorado,
deceased, was presented to the Court
aforesaid, for probate.
And It la ordered by said court that
the ilth day of May, 1007, ni the Pro
bate Court rooms In said Burllngton.be
assigned for proving said lnstiument;
and that notice thereof he given to all
persons concerned, by publishing this
order three weeks successively in the
Burlington Weekly Free Press a news
paper published nt Burlington prev
ious to the time appointed.
THEREFORE, you are hereby noti
fied to appear before said coiirt, at
the t'mr. and place aforesaid, and con
test the probate of said will, If you
have cause.
Given under my hand at Burlington,
In raid district, this tilth day of April,
43AV.1t Judge.
STATE OF VERMONT. District of Chit
tenden. 8H-
The Honorable the Probate Court for
the District of Chltt-nden.
To all persons Interested in tho es
tate of I). L. llarviv. late of Illins
buigh. In said district, deceased,
Whereas, said Court has assigned the
4th ilny of May. next, for the settle,
nient of the account of the adminis
trator of the estate of Daniel I,.
Harvey, lute of llinesburgh, de
ceased, anil for a decree of
the residue of said estate to
the lawful claimants of the same, nml
ordered that public notice thereof be
given to all persons Interested In said
estate by publishing this order threo
weeks successively previous to the day
assigned. In tho Hurtlngton Weekly
Free press, a newspaper nublished In
said district.
Therefore, vou are horeby notified to ap
pear at the Probate Court Rooms in Bur
lington, Vermont, on the day nsslgned,
then and there to contest the allow
ance of said account If you see cause,
and to establish your right as heirs,
legatees and lawful clnlniants to said
Given under mv bond, this 13th div
of April. 1 ''07
43.W.11- Judge.
ESTATE or MIRY 1)0 LAX, lll'H-
We, the siiboi ribei s. having been un
pointed by the Honorable the Probaio
Court for the District of Chittenden,
commissioners to receive, examine nnd
adjust the claims and demands of all
persons against th estate of Marv
Dolan. Into of Burlington, In said
district, deceased, and also all
claims and demands exhibited In
offset tlieieto; and six months
from the day of the date hereof be
ing allowed by said conri for that pur
pose, we do therefore hereby give no
tice that We will attend to the duties
of our appointment at the office of
C. W. Biownell, on Main street, In
Burlington, In said district, on the sec
ond Fridays of Mny and October, next,
nt 10 o'clock a. in., on each of said
da vs.
Dated this 13th day of April. 1007.
2.w3t ( 'ommlssloiiers.
We, the subscribers, having been ap
pointed by the Honorable the i'robatu
Court for tho District of Chittenden,
commissioners to receive, examine and
adjust the claims and demands of all
persons against the estato of Georgo
Grenvllle Benedict, latn of Burlington,
In said district deceased, nnd also all
claims and demands exhibited in offset
thereto; and six months from the day ot
the date hereof being allowed by said
court for that purpose, we do there,
fore hereby give notice that we will
attend to tho duties of our appoint
ment at tho office of H, B, Shaw, In
the Ilownrd Bank building. In Bur
lington, In said district, on the second
Fridays of May and October, next, tit
10 o'clock a. m., on each of said days.
Dated this 1.1th day of April. 1007.
42,w3t Commissioners.
We, the subscribers, having been ap
pointed by tho Honorable the Probate
Court for the District of Chittenden
commissioners to receive, examine and
adjust tho claims mid demands of nil
poisons against the eslato of Abblo
u. wwis uiiu oi uuriington, in
said dlstr ct deceased and nlun n
claims and demands exhibited In offset
thereto; nnd Blx months from the dav
of the date hereof being allowed by
said court for that purpose, wo do
therefore hereby give notice that wo
will attend to tho duties of our ap
polnlment at the office of the Burling
ton Grocery company, on College
street, In Burlington. In said district
on thn 10th day of October, 1007, next,
at 10 o'clock a. m.
Dated this 13th day of, April. 1007.
42,w3t Commissioners,
We, tho subscribers, having been
nppolnted .by tho Honorable Probata
Court for tho District of Chlttondeti,
commissioners to receive, examine mid
adjust the claims and demunds of all
persons agaln3t the estato of Rebecca
Hwcot, Into of Huntington, In said
district deceased, nnd also all claims
und demnnds oxhlbltod In offset there
to; and six months from tho iluv of
the date hereof bolng allowed by 'said
Court for that purpose, wo do theie
foro hereby glvo notlcn that we will
attend to tho duties of our appoint
ment at tho Into residence of tho do
ceased In Huntington, In said district,
on tho first Thursdays of Juno and Oc
tober, next, nt 10 o'clock a. m,, on each
of said days.
Dated thla 4th day of April, 1907.
i2,wSt Commissioners
(Continued from Klrst Pnee)
The social which was to be held April
17, has been postponed to April 23. Tho
tjridleV Aid. will meet nt the vestry' April
24.--Joseph Bodettn has returned from
Worcester. The school In tho Wlllmnrth
district opened Monday with Miss Pco
vlll of Cornwntl as teiwhcr. The school
In the Elmer district hn.s been closed
and one in the Olln Smith district open
ed with Brota Wrlgh as teacher. Jx-oln
Putmnn has commenced school In tho
were part of the town. Evn. Smith
tenches In Nortontown. The condition of
Willis Palmer's children Is better. Tho
funeral of Mrs. Lucy Carr, about ft"
years old. wns held at her late home
Friday, the Rev. Henry Lnmb of Brld
IKirt officiating, assisted by tho Rev. H.
H. White. The bearers were, J, 1. Clark,
H. A. Rllckle, M. B. Hanks nnd F. C.
Gulley. She leaves a husband. Norman
Pnrtrh of Northfletd nnd Mrs. Emma
ftmlth of Schenectady, N. V., were hero
to attend the funeral ot their sister.
News has been received of the recent
mnrrlage of Miss Mabel Warner of
Fitrhbtirg, Moss. Hhe formerly lived
here. Mrs. Wright Elmer died April 15.
The funeral will ho held to-dny at .her
home. Mrs. Hnywnrd Is better.
Wilbur Norton of Providence, R. T.,
who has been visiting his mother after
nn absence of 12 years, left Wednesday
for Nevada. C. W. Sprague of Bristol,
was In town over Sunday to visit his
father who Is confined to his bod by
Illness Roswell Gaines celebrated bis
12th hlrthdny Saturday by Inviting In
12 of his hoy friends. Games were
played, supper served and n merry time
enjoyed. Several tokens were left him.
The schools In town began this wck
with the same teachers as last term e
ceptlng In tho South school Mary Ad
ams being the Instructor thero this
spring. Enoch Kent has been In feeble
health several days and under the doc
tor's care for the first time In his life.
He Is 70 years old. A reunion of Mrs.
Polly Norton's family was held nt her
home Monday evening, all of her chil
dren being present except Mrs. E. H.
Hnllnclc of Boston, Mnss. The Rev. E.
T. French, for the past year pastor of
the Methodist Church, leaves this week
for Arlington and Phushnn his new
charge. The new pastor Is expected to
preach hcronext Sunday. The Ladles'
Home Circle will meet with Mrs. An
drew Rusfo AVednesday, April 24. The
ice in the lake at this point Is all
broken up and a light wind will flnl?h
It. Mrs. James Conllnls Improving af
ter n severe siege of rheumatism.
The license commissioners, O. W.
Ferguson, A. E. Clifford nnd Enoch
Young, will receive no applications for
licenses after April 25. -Mrs. M. .1. Graves
and daughter have icturned to Brandon.
Mrs. Myron Fowler and daughter, Kdlth,
returned Saturday to East Bethel. Miss
Blanche Varney passed Sunday with her
sister, Lottie Vnrney, In Burlington.
Miss Kate Hnrtney of Monkton was the
guest of Mrs. Frank Hanson, Sunday.
The condition of Mrs. L, O. Ferglion
continues to Improve. Mr. nnd Mrf.
A1son Collins 'of Monkton passed Sun
day with relatives here. The Rev. G. H.
Grey was in Waterhury over Sunday.
The Rev. J. T. Hill or Bristol preached
her Sunday morning In the absence of the
Rev. G. H. Grey. Mr". D. Davis of Hlnes
hurgh visited her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Mllo Smith, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs.
Calvin Chaffee, .of New Haven were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wllklns Chaffee
this week. John TIannon Is 111.
J. R. Vinton returned from Boston Mon
day. HuUla May, a daughter was horn
April 11. In Mr. nnd Mrs. W. II. Spear.
Etta Kennedy went to Randolph Monday
to work for Mrs. Robinson. Alma Ken
nedy returned from Randolph Monday,
where she has been nt work the past year
for Mrs. Robinson, George Sargent Is vis
iting In Wnrdsboro this week. A. L. Lin
coln of Bethel has been vhltin? his daugh
ter, Mrs. K. N. Heuienway.
Mrs. Hnlph Thompson nnd children of
Isllp, L. I., nre at her father's, W. C.
Sturtevant. Grant Hturtovaut has gone to
West Rutland, when lie has a position.
Ills family, now In Tleonderogn, .'. Y.,
will Join him later. Artaur Froegard has
moved to his place near the monument
and rented his farm to Walter Sturtevant.
The Rev. Peter Heller has returned
from conference and will sorvo this church
another year. The schools In town have
opened with Miss Fuller of Mlddlebury
College ns teacher. Miss Helen Cowles nt
the stone school house and Miss Mabel
Bingham at the monument. Miss Mlna
Sampson is very ill with grip. Fred Iller
is moving Into John Shaw's house,
A few relatives and friends of Ellsnh
Follansbre gathered nt his home Monday
where prayer was offered by the Rev.
K. J. Meader over the icmalnJi of their
infant son, born Monday April F. Inter
ment was In the cemetery ndolnlng the
Friends Church. Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Delphy of Plttsford, who have been with
their daughter, Mrs. Anna Follansbee,
returned home Tuesday. EdFon Hurl
burt. who has been here, returned to
Albany this week. Schols will commence
Monday with Cora' Hurlburt and Bessie
Blrdsall ns teachers.
The Masons are preparing to build an
addition to their hall. Tho Rev. Arthur
Pcnnell has finished his work here,
Tho local Grange expects to erect a hall
this year. Mrs. Miranda Wilmnrth has
gono to her home in Addison. Clark
Hathaway hns returned to thn black
smith shop of David Wlssell. James
Berry has entered the employ of John
Wright, O. E, Converse has returned
from his trip to Burlington. Mrs. G.. F.
Wolcott has returned from Leomlnlster,
Mass. Mrs, O. F. Sollaer is a sufferer
from appendicitis,
J. H, Church had n telephone put Into
his house last week. Mrs. Cale Eaton
Is through caring for Mrs, George Tay
lor, Jr., and has returned home. Rev. W.
E. Douglas preached his farewell sermon
here last Sunday.
Tho funeral of Mrs. John If. Moore,
Whose Instant death of heart failure
occurred Thursday morning, wns held
in St. Andrew's (Episcopal) Church
Saturday afternoon nnd wns largely at.
tended. The rector, tho Rev, J. A,
Thompson, conducted the service.
Members of the ladlc-j' chorus in thy
AVomun'H club, of which Mrs. Moore
was u member, and thn employees of
tho post'ofllce, whern her husband was
a carrier, occupied reserved seats.
Thorn was n profusion of llornl trib
utes. Conductor Chorion Rinnoy, who
was hurt In the wreck nt Hardwlok
Weilnesdny, Is gottlng along comfort
ably though still unable to sit up. lie
l very lnmo from a Hovere hrulso Jttut
above tho hips, but otherwise has no
Injuries or complications. The "Pi
rates of Pcnzntiro" was given Friday
rnd Saturday evenings to crowded
houses by the academy chorus of r,0
voices, nsslsted by two Boston soloists
and several local slngeis. Tho opera
wan given under tho direction of Ed.
ward A. Kltigstey, the musical director
of tho academy nnd public schools.
P F. Iln7.en, superintendent of the
priilo works, returned Frldny from a
week's business trip to Washington.
The company s behind In filling orders
this spring nnd working overtime In
some departments.
Miss Phoebe Wnnl of Wilmington, Del.,
who Is attending Montpeller Seminary Is
visiting relatives here for a few days. Mr.
and Mrs. R. m. Wilbur left Monday
for Tlrondcroga, N. Y., to visit Mrs,
Wilbur's parents. Tho two families expect
to leave In a few weeks for Delano, Cal.,
where they will reside. Many friends re
gret their departuro but hope that tho
change may prove beneficial to Mts.
Wilbur's health. Miss Mary Hcaley, who
lives at L P. Titus's, has been very 111
with a stomach trouble Many men who
left during the strike are returning to
their work. Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Stone are
happy over the arrival of a diughtcr.
The stock of the clothing business of the
late S. A. Stevens was sold at auction Sat
urday to his brother, W. C. Stevens, for
J. E. Hunt started Monday on a busi
ness trip to Massachusetts and New
Hampshire. He was accompanied by his
father, Klrnzcr Hunt, who has gono to
pass some time with hit daughter, Mr.
B. C. RIeliardi-oii. Ho celebrated his ?Sth
birthday Mondav nnd was feeling amply
able to make tile trip, lie gets In nnd out
of a wagon without help and wants no
special pulns taken with his diet. Ho
thinks tho mnjorlty of the American peo
ple kill themselves, few dying a natural
A son was born Monday to Mr. and
Mrs. C. F. Frear.
The marriage of Human Martin to
Delia Barlor, both of Burlington, took
place at the Congregational Church here
Monday. The Row C. C. Adams pcr-
The marriage of Patrick McKenr.Ie of
South Burlington nnd Miss Mary Loretta
Redmond, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Redmond of WHIIston, took place
at 7;3o o'clock Tuesday morning at the
Church of the Holy Family In this village.
The Rev. J. B. PoultCT performed the
ceremony which was followed by a nup
tial mass. Miss Nellie Keating of Burling
ton was the hi.dcsm.ild and J. F. Red
mond was be man. The ushers were
Arthur Crntidall and I'. .1. Redmond. The
bride wore a handsome gray traveling
suit nnd carr.ed bilde's roses, the brides
maid was dressed In blue chiffon over silk.
Miss Elizabeth Valyou. organist, rendered
the "Bridal Chorus" ami Mendelssohn's
wedding march Tho gift from the groom
to his bride wjs a beautiful diamond
brooch. After pai taking of the wedding
breakfast at tho home of the bride's par
ents, they took Iho train for Montreal.
The bride was for more than 10 years a
teacher in the schools of WIHIston. South 1
Burlington and tMs village. Mr. McKen-
zic I a selectman of tho town of South
The legal voti is of the village of Ksr.(
Junction aro notified to meet In tho Pari:
street school house Saturday-tif temoon
April 27, atwo o'clock. An Important ar-
ucie or mo warning reiers to tne construc
tion of a s,wpr system It the vlllago so
votes. K . .,.
Mrs II. N. ShepherdiiAvho has been ve
iling her daughter, Mr. W. A. Hoywood,
has been called to, AYaterbury nn account
of tho lllncs.s'of her daughter, Mrs. R. II.
A son waeJiorn Monday to Mr. and Mrs.
A. E. Goyette.
Major and Mr. II. D. Snyder of Fort
Sam Houston, Pin Antonio, Tex., are ex
pected here next AVednesday night as he
hns had recent orders to leave for tho
Philippines June r lns'ead ot July 5 as
wns eirller expected,,
Mr. nnd Mrs. G. 11. Drury have been
confined to the house for the past week
with severe colds.
The little son of Mr. and Mrs. Clauda
Chapln of Essex died Monday night.
Mr. and Mis. Harold Place hive moved
to the Jed Beach houe on Railroad ave
nue. C. J. Russel of Burlington has been en
gaged to deliver the Metnorl.il day address
In this village.
Aden E. Illne und Mis. Georgia Mayo
wero manled at the home of the bride
hern AVednesday, April 10, by the Rev.
George Skinner.
Mr.-. Lizzie Carey Is suffering with a
bad burn on her foot.-Oimund Soger It 111.
Clifford Goodrich has sold his driving
horse for VW. Misses Georgln and Lois
Goodrich and Miss Dor.i Flagg attended
the matinee at Burlington .Saturday. Miss
Cutler and the Misses Goodilch fiom
Charles Goodrich's went also.
Tho Onnway club gave n reception
at Mr. and Mis. W. H. Mcte.ilf's homo
last night In honor of the Rev. and Mrs.
Leigh Dlefendorf on their departure to a
now field of labor.-The K. D. circle met
with Mrs. Mary Talcott Whipple Frlday.it
Mr. and, Mrs. L. H. Talrott's-MIss Mamo
O'Brien of Burlington was at home Sun
day. Miss Maud Lander was nt homo
from Essex Junction over Sunday, News
has been received In town of the birth of
a son to Mr. nnd .Airs. I'earl Pryor of
Montpeller. Mis. La veil of Talcott will
pass a few day with her daughter, Mrs.
B. C. Johnson, this week If her health will
admit. Miss Ida O. Luvtenco has been
passing a few days with her parents, Mr.
anil Mrs. H. Lawrence, after leaving Bur
lington, where she wns called by tho sud
den death of AW D. Kent.
Tho friends of the Tlcv. and Mis.
Dlefendorf are Invited to a raruwell recep
Hon to be given them at the vestry of the
church Friday evening, April 19.
E. H, Sahlns, nho hns been 111 nearly
nil winter and. who has been slowly
gaining recently, was reported .worse,
Tuesday. Mrs. Jennie Stevens, who has
been pnsslng a week In New York, le
turned Saturday. c. S. Brush, who has
been 111 for t-everal months, went with
his wife, to visit his parents In Cam-
bridge Saturday and returned Monday.
Lauanan and family, wno rent en
the Snhlns' tenement through the winter
have moved back to their home In Dux
bury. Miss Edward of Jonesvlllo Is
teaching In district No, 1, Mr, Edwatds
of Jonesvllle was In town Tuesday con
tracting for ash timber for scythe
snathes, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Nlcholi
nnd Mrs, Nlohol's sister, Miss A'elt, have
visited Mr, nnd Mrs, C. T. Sablns.
Miss Lain a Parker passed Saturday
nnd SundHy with her grandfather,
Jackson Miller, accompanied by n few
other schoolmates from Burlington -Mr.
and Mrs, Chauncey Downer of WIN
llston aro moving Into tho AVIIIIanl
Brown house. Mr Brown recently
moved to the Jones farm. -Mrs
J-oouils Tebo nud son nre passing mnn
time with her sister. Mri' Edward
Krupp, on the Collins farm.
Palmer, the lf months old son of
Mr. nnd Mrs. C. R. Chapln, died Mon
day nftcr an Illness of four days. Tho
funeral wns held AA'edncsdny afternoon at
the house nt two o'clock.
The funeral of the youngest child of
"r, nnd Mrs. C. It. Chapln was held at
2 p. m. AA'ediiesday. Miss Coruella
Fnrnsworlh visited In Jericho Sunday.
Tho members of thn Rev. Fay's Church
gave him n donation Tuesday evening.
Mrs, Fannie Phoneuf of Wlnooskl visited
at G. B. Hnwley's Sunday. A. O. Pratt
of Burlington visited B. A. Thompson
Mis. S. E. llmsdalo and son, Mitchell,
nre vMtlng relatives In AA'atorbtiry. Miss
Lena Forbes of AVIIIIston visited her
cousin, Ben II. Forbes, Sunday. Chnrle
Allen has rented Ibe Gilbert isham farm
on the southeast shore of Shelburno for
a term of years. The funeral ot Mis.
Carrie Mlllham was very largely attend
ed at the hottie Monday afternoon. Tho
Rev. C. C. Adims of Essex Junction
officiated. The bearers wero Past Post
Commanders Guy D. Boynton, M. II.
Hinsdale. Wesley B. Smith, H. It. Tllley.
M. J. Finney nnd James Davis of Cum
mlngs Pot, No. 37, Mrs Mlllham was a
charter member of Cumtntngs AV, R. C
No. 20, and Its first conductor, which ofllce
she had held contlnously to the tlmn of
her death, Interment was In the Hlnes
burgh cemetery beside her husband, who
preceeded her less than two weeks.
W. J. Sheridan has returned from a
business trip to Chicago,
Mr. and Mis. Emery Abaro are tho
parents of a son horn April 0.
Mrs. K. R. h,iofidard passed Monday
with her daughtei1, Mattle, in Castleton.
H. I. Gnodsell Is building a large ad
dition to his liouc at tho falls. AVhcn It
Is completed he will move his family
Mrs. P. D. Porcival Is vli-ltlng her son
in Rutland.
Mrs. Kings-land of Kerrlsburgh Is visit
ing her daughter, Mrs, B. C. Marsett.
The Rev. Father P. A. Campeau Is In
Springfield, Mass., visiting his brother.
Miss Elizabeth Fletcher passed Satur
day nnd Sunday with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. A. C. Fletcher In Escx.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry AVeed nnd son,
KIngsland, paSTd Sundiy with Mr.
AVeed's parents, Mr. and Mrs. AV. A.
If. W. Tracy went to Siratogn to at
tend conference Saturday.
Ch'cf Justice Dubuc of the Supreme
court of Manltaba, Canada, with Mrs.
Dubuc and two daughters, are passing
the week with Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dubuc.
Judge Dubuc nml famllyhavejustreturneil
from a six months' tour of Europe,
during which t!mc they vNlted England,
France, Germany, Switzerland and other
countr.es. Judge Dubuc resided in Shel
burne a number of years ago and was
at one time In tho employ of O. E. Blair
He preached his last sermon here on Sun
day. On his return from conference ho
will moe his family to Hlghgato. The
Foresters are to glvo a May day ball
AVednesday evening Mny 1, Gilbcrtson's
orchestra of Barre will furnish music.
of this plow-.
Mrs. AV. R. Oulver of Montreal Is vUt
Ing her daughter, Mrs. Cecil G. Egg.
Ralph Marsott Is visiting relatives in
North FetrNburgh.
The loctil Order or Foresters will give
,1 dame April 2. Music will be furnished
by Robert Peterson, violin, and Cecil G.
Egg, plnno.
Mrs. Perclval Is visiting relatives in
John Mackle of Montreal visited Mr. and
Mrs. D. I. Irish over Sunday.
Mrs. Nettle Johnson has been visiting
her brother, George Foster. The Lidle."
Help society of the Bantisl Church will
meet Thursday afternoon with Mrs. N.
II. (iondwln.-MIss Rena White or Water
bury has been at home for a few days.
Miss Ada Curtis has returned from Col-chester.-Mr.
nnd Mrs. C. E. Nay and
son were nt B. G. Brown's over Sunday.
Peter Gomo. who fell on the steps of his
house a monh ncn and broke his deformed
leg, 1? still confined to his bed. F. G.
Pease returned from Boston Frldiy. Miss
Sybel Brown lias gone to Colchester to
teach In the primary department of the
union school. Mls Bertha Cochrane his
returned from St. Albans, where she has
been for several months. AS'llllam AVhll
cotnh's sucir house caught tire Thursday
evening. Although It Is somo distance
from the house the men succeeded In ex
tinguishing the Hie before much damage
was done Edmund Kllpeck, who has
heen working in Taunton, Mass . for the
past six months, 1 In town. Miss Marie
McLaughlin was the guest over Sunday
of Miss Ellen Costello. AV. G. Cook and
family" hae been In Underbill the jMst
week. The Ladles' Aid society will meet
with Mis. L. F. AVIIbur Friday afternoon
at two o'clock when each member will
tell how she eanud her dollar.
Tho farm buildings of Mr. Evalyn
T.mvry came near being burned Monday
afternoon by a fire started by the mixed
train. The fire had nearly reached a hay
stack connected with one of the barns be
fore It was discovered. About ten acres
of land wns burned over before thn tiro
was extinguished. Mis- Barbara Desany
jeturncd home Sunday from a week's
visit In Essex Junction. Mrs. Arha Davis,
mother of Mrs, George Foster, has been
seriously 111 for several days. Ell W.
Ross, oldest sou of Mr. nnd Mm. Alec
Ross and Mis Laura Bradford of Uur
iington. were married In that city Satur
day. Geoige Nay was at tho home of his
parents, Mr. and Mrs, A'. G. Nay. over
Sunday. Miss Bertha Scott has returned
to her home In Charlotte. The Rev. AVII
bur Rand of Burlington was In town Mon
day. Miss Ruby Alger was nt her homo
In 1'nderhlll Sunday. Miss Myrtle Irish
has returned homo from iv month's May
with relatives In 1'nderhlll.
E. AV. Ross and bride have been visit
ing at the home of his parents, Mr. and
Mrs, Alec Ross, Mr. and Mrs. James
Collins are Ibe parents of n daughter
born Saturday -.Mrs. J. I), Nay Is visit
ing her parents, -Mrs. Jay Shaw l In a
critical condition suffering from conges
tion of the lungs. She has but recently
recovered from a severe attack of pneumonia.-Mrs.
Acttsah Pease, mother ot
F. G, Pease, Is HI. Michael MoMahon
has been visiting In AVatertairy. Schools
opened Monday with 73 pupils, The Rev.
J. T. Buzzell and S. E. Curtis of Col
Chester wero In lown Tuesday,
The mid-week prayer servlco will he held
at the parsonage. The Farmers' club will
be entertained this mouth by Rufus Har
ris, Mrs. Mary Sweet led the Christian
Endeavor meeting Sunday evening. The
King's Dnughters will meot with Mrs. O.
H, Keiiyou April 24, Mrs, Kate Rosb and
J, J. Ross were lit home from Burlington
over Sunday. II. A. Hodges and Mis. Eva
Sayles vrre In town Saturday.
P.itrhk Hill moved Into a part of the
house with Georgo Ilrnco last week. Mr.
and Mr John Andrews attended the sil
ver m ihUng if Mr and Mrs, A O, For
gufoi Burlington Thursday evening,
Hi rgo AN e is nas moved Into tho liouso
recently vacated by George llouiida. Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph Hallock have returned
from Tnunttm, Mass., and aro visiting
relatives here.
Frank Tart and daughter, Harah, have
gone to his home In South Starksboro.
Mr. Tfjrt expects to leave for tho West
soon. Clinton Pierce of Richmond visited
his brother, Edson, the first ot the week.
The whist club met with Mr. nnd Mrs.
Archie Hlgley AVednesday evening - Ezra
Kimball moved to South Starksboro
Wednefday.--Frnne.ls Miner Is 111. There
are still several cases of German measles
In town. The schools will commence
nexl Monday.
Col. If. O. Clark of East Orange, N. J.,
has been In town for a few days. John
B. AVolcott started for Utah Monday,
where he has a position. a union service
of the Congiegatlonnl and Methodist
Churches was held at tho Methodist
Church Sunday evening. The Rev. M. H.
Ryan went to conference this wetk. A
largo amount of maple sugar has been
inado by farmers, somo making from flvo
to seven pounds to a tiee. Mrs, C. A'.
Witters nnd Miss Nettle Ashley of St. Al
bans passed Monday with friends In town.
Peter Depatlo of Barre passed Sunday
with his famliy.-On account of the large
number of pupils In the first primary de
partment of tiie graded school, a part of
tho little ones are to attend only one-halt
day nt a time this term.
Jed C. Phelps, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Heman Phelps, and Mrs. Minnie Mne
key, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. AVag
nor, were married Tuesday In Colches
ter by the pastor of the Congregation
al Church. Both contracting parties
reside In Milton
Clark Mit'-hcll has returned to school
In Montpeller, Eggs are IS conts the dozen
here. People having Incubators are find
ing a great many unfertile eggs. One man,
who started with ISO eggs tested 12n and
was not sure of the remainder. Edwin
Sibley has purcliaj-ed nn Incubator and
brooder. School-began bore Monday with
Miss Wood of Randolph ns teacher, Mrs.
Sarah Costello returned from West
Georgia Sunday.
The Rev. Henry A'an Haagan has ac
cepted n call to tho Congregational Church
In this placo and will begin work Sunday,
April 21. Mr. A'an Haagan Is a graduate
of Union Theological Seminary, New
York, and comes here from Cambildge.
Buds am starting in spite of the cold
weather and a piosperous sugar eson
Is Hearing Its close. A galvanized Iron
roof has been placed on tho village school
house nnd the second room has
been furnished with now seats.
AA'lth tho children brought from No. 2
and No. 4, the school now has over sixty
pupils. Charles Hlckok and Miss Iouibe
Bhilvock of St. AlbanB and Dr. Partridge
nnd Miss Burt of Burlington enjoyed tho
hospitality of Barry Page's sugar camp
last week. Mr. and Mis. E. O. Mai tin
passed Sunday at C. E. Martin's in Char-
lotto. George Davles returned from the
hospital Monday, much Improved In
health. N. D. Partch and son will build
a large farm ham to replace the old
ones. C. C. Miller has been engaged to
to the work.
Mrs. Chailes Lewis hns apple blossoms
In her window. F. F. Lyman and son
have erected a new sugar house, put in
an evaporator anil tapped 630 trees.
Clarke Pierce is in Randolph for a few
days. Aba AA'orthelm Is In AA'.iterbury.
Clarke Hathaway has moved to Wey-
brldge. Mrs, Fred Coleman Is 111. Mrs.
Guy Tobey Is able to be in her millinery
store. Henry A'nncor has moved to the
Emmons house. The Rev. and Mrs. A.
Lor'Ke will return from Now Brllaln,
Conn., Thursday. There will be preach
ing in the Baptist Church Sunday.
L. C. Fowier has purchased the pro
perty here known as the White store and
formerly owned by Mr. Martin of South
Royallon. Mr. Fowler has rented the
tenement over the store to E. P. Cooledge,
who has charge of the Fnderhlll cream
ery. --Mr. and Mr. lycslle Cook have
gone to D. J. Covey ? where they will
remain for the present on account of
the serious Illness of Mrs. Covey. Tho
mas Ross., who has been In a critical
condition, Is leported ns somewhat im
proved. William Batchclder is making
extensive repairs nn his house and barn.
MKs Julia Scott has returned to her
school in St. John"bury. A surprise party
was given Miss Lucy Barnard Friday
evening at the homo of her parents in
honor of her 1.1th birthday.
The annual thank offering meeting at
tho Homeland Circle will be held nt the
Congregational Church. parlors this
afternoon. special programme has
been pieparcd for this servlco after
which tea will be served. Miss EstePe
Packard of Wlnooskl passed Sunday with
Mr. nnd Mrs. L. C, Fowler. Mrs. Clark
Graves has gone to the Mary Fletcher
hospital for treatment. Miss Maud
Johnson of Brockton Mass,, l vIs.HIng
her mother, Mrs. G.-orge Irish. L. II
Pendleton Is making extensive repairs on
hU mill.
Charles Iiuiulry and family luvo
moved from Winookl to the Aurlalr
liouso at the Eldrldce corner. C. L.
Soule Is having an addition put on to his
largo barn on the farm occupied by Amos
Cockle. Mis. Joseph Mu.r, Sr.. is some
what Improved fiom her lite llhic.'s and
is about tho house.-O. A. Tllley Is out
again after a long illness.
Ralph Sherwln. who recently came
home from New A'ork State, Is In very
poor health. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Bromley
went to Essex Junction last week to
see her sister, Mrs. Minnie Slater, who
Is In poor health. S. L. Caswell has
lost a horse by its falling through a
pitching hole In the barn. Mrs. F. C.
Isham returned Saturday from a sev
eral days' visit with her daughter In
Franklin. Peter Sodlfro has moved
from Mary Casey's house to the Dean
house and will work for John Brown.
'Mrs. James McKenzle continues very
Frank J. Pope of Pittsburg, Pa., Is
visiting his mother, Mrs. N. C. Bush.
Mr. nud Mrs. Arunah Tucker returned
from their wedding trip Monday. Rich
nrd Dean and Merr.tt Carpenter returned
to college MoVdjy.
F. J. Pope of Pittsburg l visiting In
town. Floyd Kcese of Mlddlebury has
been In town for a few days. Mrs.' M. J.
Meech and Miss M, E. Mcecli have re
turned home. Local sugar makers have
had an excellent season -ticorgo w. Por
ter has bought a lot at Long Beach, Cal.,
nnd contracted for erection of a house
Owing to an Informality in the published
notice for iv special town meeting Tues
day It wns adjourned without doing any
business, Another special meeting has
been warned for April 30, to consider the
same matters. C. S. and H. W. Boot aro
on their leturn Journoy from California
The teachers' training clasi met Tuesday
evening with Mrs, Orrln Carpenter
Several Inches of snow fell Tuosay night.
Tho funeral of Mrs. Botsey Taggart,
widow of Johti Taguart of this tovwi, was
nein ai tnn uaptist rnurrh ! rid y aft
noon at two o'clock, tnr Int Thou
Davlslon officiating Stue the death
her husband, Mrs. To gear h.d res,.
Willi ),ni .Ion. , . ... fH .
.... . i , ntiiuu J'limus
Bristol, where Mie died Apr'l 10.
'"htni in survive!! oy II U.IUg'l'er ,
Sarah Dumas, of Bustoi. a o Jniii
' airffnhl nl Inn... . - -
Cyrus Beers ot Fcrrisburgli, tlx m
children and one great grand i'ld T
I'l'-vm iioiu imii or i tn w- -c .i
Dumas and daughter, M ss Key
Dumas of Bristol, Mrs. I ,r. Beets
Kerrlsburgh, Mr, and Mr C arles T
gart and Fcnwlck T.igg.irt of Bur
ton, David Blsonetle nnd fnml'v ro
to lown Kr f MV from T- eft- u . ..nl. 1
.. ' .-.-"ill t ui.'j nn i v ' .i ,
Blfonette's parents, Mr nr l Mm F
St. George. Edson Ilurliu't ' Alt
N. A'., was a guest at 11 II ( ix
ovr Sunday. C, N. Jo. o "t t. 11
land Tuesday, where he wl'l erve as
of the Jury nl the pn n Urm of
United States court A oitimiHi" of
men was chosen v t ie ejngr sn'
Stindny to tike ohirg of repairs on
Insldn ot the Baptts f" irrh Geo
Kngan hns heen In town a few dnys
fore going to Rutland, wh. re h" I
work. Mr. nnd Mrs Ait ur Crr
ple.xsintly entertained n.r t -ti frlei
i iihm cveuum, inn Ut 'J' ip. im .
Cronk's birthday. Choice refri httif
wore served,
George Forsvtl.e his n v I t"
Cfldv nlnee Mrs Cnth. rlnr Pi ltlltis '
bought the home p!n e r' 'r- lute
mlra E. Mead. Gi-of )i few irr
otil hla firm nn l.n. liver in I.-rr .1
Gltincss. Mrs. LewU R.c rr' - W
been seriously ill is thotigM o I-
proving. Mrs. piral. nn ag d worn
died nt the home of Mr Cm 1 w
The burial wns In the Ca"iolle r i i 'r
Schools opened for thi flng
Mondny.-Tbe Rev Mr v r rt ,1
!..!.- ...... .!,,,! nf Y . ... CI
nl" nel eet men Tie .t W S?n-fil,nti V
appointed town phv-l tan for the ro
Ing year.
Mrs. Margaret McCi't.-, w 1 w r' Ji
McCarty died at the 1 n nt d
ter, Mrs. Frederick A Iddop on upper I
Alien street ate i-'rulav f rc
McCarty had been a - .T rrr r r at
ler of years with i mi.ij' n r'
eases, but for the pi.-t w. k ff"cd
a severe cold, developing 'n pn jrc
Mrs. McCarty was born I i C a t
ye.ir.s ago nnd had lncl c
life. She s survived lr vi
Mrs Frederick AVidd"P ard a
Han McCarty of Rurl ng'm T" '
was held nt St. S'rphen'- I r Mjri
morning at nine . : i:
Frank E. Big wo id i - r 1 til
K.r,..Lr nn.l rrml ...ill 1 , I in- . s r In T , I t
noss conducted by the lit- S uigwmii
lower Main stree' and w 1 i 1 I'
M.. I'l ,..,...1 . . 1 i i rmr.
of hl father In the pn t s e 27 f
ago and with the ex en' . f e
has given his ent'te ci 1 1 - m t "
L. AA". Rnvlln of AV t.oo'-k '
pointed a deputy hrrlff with .1 n '1 fir
county of Chlttend. n.
The Rev. Burt M. Ket ft r, w '
tor of the Method st Chur w i
succeed the Rev. E S More-, e
here from Pawlet where 1 e nre n ,
years. He entered tho n. ri' y 1
and has preached two years 'n '
I'ark and Sandlake. two je-.rs nt i
W asilinsion seiner, -uitss., iiuctf ji
at East Brunswick, and four years
the followlnor officers were elected' Fi
.,,m I T Ufn, Co. noclotn. f l
tin Holloran, Jr ; sc. a"1 H"1
it. snyner; cictk, j'aai i.urTner '-e -
er. Horace L. Thfn' l n 1 1 r G
assistant, George H'n'mr' s r t
slstant, Levi Denial's, fltenn - Pa ' I
by: steward. Fred Me 1 1
The funeral of Mr- Ml-' ' ' Q
Kelley wa h"M v. i "1 - - '
the Fanny Alle:i 1 "n,' .
service was conduced at r ' lock
the Rev. Fr. Prove) nf st Mie!ae"s (
lege, assisted bv -b" R. MU'
Cloaree of St. J'"'?. ' . - C in
nL'rnn i lie iit'.i' er-- v. ! f .1 ,
Edward Dwyer. J W M i .
Kellev. John R. Kel -ir ,ln I
of Burlington. Intern t" n - 1"
Joseph's cemetery. Builteg'n
At the regular meet ng of " v
ttustees held Tuesdm pvip g ,v 1
boird organized as follow5 ( ' i
on streets. Devlno. I- Clui1 Pi 1 i
ewers. Seymour FP ' 1 1 t- ins t
Dubuc. Pevtnn, Phhc. ' c'-'s P' ie
vino. Dubuc: police. Le 1'H r V r
Sevmour: water. T-re-s, Di pi.
Clair. Tho trustees w-IU meet s"o-, t0
point the sevcrel officers
Mr., Thomis Co'i ns if C!lffird s-
Is dangerously 111
n. nMfi Mr. i orrnivs ' e r
ents of a sop, born TtKsd. n'e1
The Jericho Curer l - d
been reorganized under the r - 1 i s i
H. C. Hentiey. nnn rcni i s s i e
each week. -Albeit K -w l"is r "
AValtsfleld.-Mr. and M s d F
nnd voting son vlsitel t'ic'r p 's
. . n i Uv.nvn wry St 1.1
At a meeting or tne icnge l "i
ment society iasr wccK, " '
iiiiei i". . . , . ....... .
'H. D. Hopkins; vice-president, Mrs
. Jiarr; secieimy, .his c r-. imiei
F. C. Stiles, I. S. Thompson and Ir
D. Ifonklns. It wns voted to cooper
...111, II... rrleers nf the Pliurch tn cr
Ing tho parsonage grounds Mr t
Mrs. AV C. Church nnd son K led
sister, Mrs. Lucy Bvington, Sue Jay.
The list of caes appearing on
icriaiiy leuucen again inuiau.1.;,
about 1.1 more old ones nnd try a h
dozen others. Tho first was a hearing
n motion for n certified execution In
case of Dennis liiunoro vs. m 110
ton of Stowe, In which tho plaintiff
ip .pimniv ill it mil M' Li.iiie Aim I
lion wns granted nnd the case will
to the supremo couit on exceptions,
the divorce case of A'lol.i M Church
Edgar L. Church. .1 bill was granted
neglect and refusal to support and
netltloner. In the divorce cas of Liz
M. Cutting vs. Stephen J dicing
Enosburgh, a bill wns granted for ad
tery. Other dlvorco cases heard w
those of Ida Shappev vs AVd1 mi
Piliinnev. elalmlntr lntnlci 1 lie s r
Edna P Sluldon vs itbu L. S ill.
for Intolerable severity and Nntuy d
ding vs. James M- Codding, for negl
sal to
nnd refusal to support
The contract for the sMo of the sto
of the AVe.nl Har.lwa'c 1 11 y 'o
U. Martin has been signed and t

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