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TUB BURLINGTON FREE PRESS: THURSDAY APRIL 18, 1907.
HAPPENINGS IN VERMONT (Continued from 3rd PnRr.) Tim Rev. J. W. Hnxendalo went to Bt. JohnHhtiry Tuesday to attend Confcreneo. Tlio U A. H. of M. K. Church will merit Thursday afternoon with Sir. IJ. II. Fuller. Sirs. F.llas Roberta Is critically 111. Mr. and Mrs. Prank Rerkmerr nro the parents of u daughter. Mr. C. L. HutrbltiH and Mrs. K. W. Combs wore In Knosburgh Falls Tuesday to attend tho funeral of Mrs. It. It. Heat, Mr. and Mrs, Itny Hinoks are the parents of a daught er. Mrs. .t. W. Haxendato and SUss Hllzahctli Upham are Visiting In Milton and Rsscx Junction this -week. Miss Delia l.a fountain la 111 with tho grip. BAKERSFIELD. Tttalno and Clifford Stewart, of Fair fax, were In town Thursday. Miss Ktlia Colnirn pleasantly entertained friends Friday evening. The evening was passed 1n playing whist. Mrs. I-ena Hill and her brother, Krnest Gllnian, of St. Al bans were In town reeently. Mrs. Ful ler C Smith, of St. Albans vMted her mother. Mrs. Harriet Boutcllc, last week. Mrs. Charles Brown Is In Oakland this wrck, earing for her husband, who Is 111. -Mrs. G. W. Stone entertained tho Indies Aid society recently with wnrm sugar. CHUBB 'S CROSSING. Otis Smlthers's friends should rally to his .-upoort. One subscription to the pally Fieo Tress counts 2.000 votes. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Warren and daughter passed Sunday with J. H. Wurrcn. Isaac Uipnlnt visited his mother Wed nesday at J. 11. McI,niKl's.-Mr. Slayton of K'more was here Sundny looking for a school teacher. Walter Iyane Is visit ing his brother, C. It. I.ane. All par ents are gratified that there Is to be a rchool at the red school house as It Is almost Impossible for the little girls to go as far as the Jackson bridge (even when transported) In cold or stormy weather. FAIRFAX. Mrs. Jessie Parsons Is confined to the Jiouse by Illness. Mrs. William riellows Is no better. 1. K. Hunt Is gaining slow ly. 1. W. Parrls was In St. Albans Tues day. Mrs. Alfred Hollows Is In Rurllrg ton. -Tho sugar season Is about over. Sap has not inn any for several days. There has been about 3 lbs. of sugar made In the tree. The 1G year old son of Mr. and JIis. Heman Gregory died Saturday. He. had been In school up to a fow days of Ills death. lie went to sleep, or was un conscious and never woke up. I H. Hunt has been nnablo to be In his office on ac count of nines';. Ttev. Mr. Burke haa gone to conference at St. Johnsbury. Frank Blunt returned to his studies In Burling ton Monday after he'ng af home for a week helping to care for his father. G. G. Orton Is able to be out after being co-i-Ilned to the house for two weeks, with ilood poisoning. Tho Ladles Village Im provement society Is going to give the flrama "Mrs. Wiggs of tho Cabbage ratch," the evening of May 30. A Slnniifnclnrrr HccommcmN It. O. S. Rixford, manufacturer of axes and jcythes at East Hlghgato, Vt., writes: "1 run pleased to Inform you that your Golden Oil has given excellent satlafao tlon. I have made application to ray horpes in various wass and always with fjood results." eod&w. GRAND ISLE COUNTY. GRAND ISLE. Hiram Tobias is seriously 111 of whoop ing cough and bronchial pneumonia. His daughter, Annie Jackson, Is at lifimc from AVorresler, Mass. Wellls Mlnkler la critically 111 with inflammatory rheu matism. Mrs. Oswold Kunslo died Sun day afternoon after a long Illness. Fun eral was held Tuesday. She leaves a husband and three children besides an iged mother, three sisters and one broth er. Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Burdo were call" nl to Grand Islu by tho death of her sis ter, Mrs. ICunIe. The Ladles' Aid was pleasantly entertained April II by Miss Candarn .Slaeombcr. Stlss Jessie Jame son of San Sebastian. I. T., has re turned to her school at Grand Islo Cor ners. 'Miss Lura Cluamberlaln again re sumes her duties in tho north school nil Laura McGowan In the south school. Miss Jessie Rosa was chosen county su perintendent for Grand Islo county. Jdr. nnd Mrs. S. T. Gordon with Mrs. kucy G. Pearl ""d Miss M. Corey aro xpected homo to-day. SOUTH HERO. Mrs. Alson Landon Is 111. The Ladles 'Aid society met at Mrs. Wallace (Robinson's Wednesday for dinner. Miss Laura Kinney has returned from tho ttlary Flotchcr hospital where sho has bean several weeks for trentment. Tho pohool directors of Grand Is-ln County held a meeting at the town hall Friday after noon for tho purpose of appointing a county superintendent. Miss Jesslo Ross of Grand Isle was appointed superintend mt of tho schools of Grand Islo County. tho Rev. IJ. J. O'Bnlllvan of St. Albans delivered a sermon at tho Catholic fchurch Tucdny morning. Miss Maude Landon Is teaching In Alburgh. Miss pthel Landon Is teaching In Essex. Schools in town began Monday with the following teachers: Mrs. K. K, Fletcher, Pouth school; Mrs. Wlnslow, Whlto Band bar: Miss Bessie Parker of Grand Islo, North school, Luke Livingstone has made TOO pounds of maple sugar this Benson. There was a sugar social at the Congregational Church Friday evening lor tho benelit of the senior class of Jtuplo Lawn Academy. rickerel shooting In the marshes this spring has been excellent, six days In the -eek and a few went so far as to follow )t up all day Sunday, but when two game gardens snowed up at Bow and Airow I'olnt reeently thero was such a hustling icross tho railroad .bridge for Grand Islo jhnt ono follow lost his gun which he hnH been nnablo since to find. Mrs. Lucy Ann (Parks) Hazen, familiarly kTiown as "Aunt Lucy", celebrated her 90th blrth- fay April 4 when a dozen or more neigh bors nnd friends passed the afternoon with her. Snmo of the papers have repott td "Aunt Lucy" as being 09 which Is just ulna years to much. Sho may reach that ngo being In tho best of health at present This week sho Is visiting Mrs. Ransom L. Clark, who Is over 80. For tho l ast few- years Mrs. Clark has been an Invalid but Is always cheerful and looks upon her In- flrmlllos with fortitude. Edward Renley and another man went to Butler'H Island Sunday on the ice and reported the only trouble being In getting off nnd on. Josle Duby wont to Isle Ln Mott Monday mornlns wlioro l.e Is to look after ono of the summor camps thero for a nonresi dent. ALBURGH Mr. and Mrs, Edward Oonyea nnd Miss Jdngglo Stacy of Rouses Point pased Sun flay with Miss Lillian Oagnler. Bert Coa of llolyoke, Mass,, Is passing his three ISLE LA MOTTE. Israel Shatraw of Kllcnburgh was In town over Sunday. tH. T. Phelps has been 111. Mrs. William Ij. Brown re turned to Rutherford, N. J., Friday. Mrs. Fred Fortuno Is still In vory poor health. Painting and papering arc being dona at tho Methodist parsonage and a largo stono stop Is being placed In front of tho church. Tho Rev. W, IS. Ijing delivered his farowoll sermon at the Methodist Church Sunday. Ho his moved his family to Rochester with his wife's parents and he will preach at Chester, Sttis. Found Relief from Itching Piles, J. n. Farmer, carriage manufacturer at Bromo Comers, Que., says: "I wish to tell the public what Hill's Golden Oil has done for me. I hnvo Ufed It for Itching piles and found relief when nothing else would do mo any good. I can truly say that It Is the best llnament I ever saw. 1 havo also used It for scratches and sores on horces and cracked teats on cows, and found It n sure cure." cod&w. LAMOILLE COUNTY. STOWE. If. E. Shaw mnde a shipment of su gar and syrup April 9 that beats prev ious records for Stowe, tho amount be ing 850 gallons of syrup nnd 1,000 pounds of sugar. Sickle Chuptor, O. E. S., elected the following offlcors nt lit annual meeting Wednesday April 10: Matron, Mrs. Abblo Warren; patron, G. W. Buzzell; nssoctate matron, SIra. Cora Vearren; conductress, Mrs. C. A. Riley; associate conductress, Mrs. L. S. Mncutchan; secretary, Mrs. H. F,. Shaw; treasurer, Mrs. Vernon Will. Ins. Tho list of appointed ortk . :i Is not yot complete. M. W. Owen died in the house where ho hail always resided sluco he came to Stowe 40 years ago this month, Saturday foienoou, April 13, the dato of his wife's death a year ago. Mr. Owen had been in falling health for several years nnd bud been confined to his bed six weeks. He was born In South Burlington Octo ber 1. IS24 nnd wns in his S3rd year. He was the son of Almon and Eunice Ishnm Owen nnd Is survived by two brothers, Harrison and Almon Owen of Hlnos buigh nnd two sisters, Mrs. James Fraslnr of nlnesburgh and Mrs. George Watts of Stowe. He married Miss Julia A. Irish, who died April 13, 1M.J. Of their three children one survives. Mlrs Kmer ette M., who has cared for her parents during their declining years. Ho also leaves two grandsons, C. E. Halo of Waltham, Mas., and W. L. Hile of Stowe nnd three groat grandchildren. In 1S."2 Mr. Owen went to California, where be remained four years, meeting with some success In gold mining. Mr. Owen wax n veteran of the Civil War, enlisting from Essex In Co. E. 7th Vt. He was mustered In with his regiment February 12. 1SG2. and served until It was dis banded April 7, IVC. He was a sergeant and had been promoted to lieutenant nt the time of his discharge. During a fur lough In 1SG) Mr. Owen moved his family to Stowe nnd returned here at the close of his service. He was a member of Mystic Lodge, F. & A. St.. and of H. II. Smith Post, G. A. R. Tho funeral was held at the house nt 2:00 p. m. Monday. A memorial service for Miss Sarah G, Porter, who died In Ashland, X. II., March SI, was held at tho Congregational Church parlor Friday afternoon. Miss Porter had been nn esteemed member of the Congregntlonnl Church for nearly 40 years. The service was conducted by tho Rev. II. A G. Abbee and a duet was sung by Mrs. Alice A. Raymond nnd A, H. Cheney. A letter giving nn account of her last sickness was read from her cousins, .Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Porter of Ashland with whom she had lived. Sirs. Raymond also gave a brief sketch of Miss Porter's life. She was born in Bath, X. II., In 120, and was educated in the common schools. She was one of the first to respond to the call for army nurses during the Civil War. She came to SU'we about 40 yoais ago nnd lived hero until tho death of her ?lstr, Mrs. Knowltnn 10 years ago, when she went to New Hampshire. Among those who paid tribute to her character wern Mrs. Alice A. Raymond. Miss Susan Black, Miss Laura Thomas. Words of apprecia tion were spoken by many others and a letter was read from Sirs. K. D. Savage of Wesllleld, Slass. W. I. Atkins Is seri ously ill with pneumonia. Miss Ruby Collins Is seriously III. Guy, the little son of Mr. and Sirs. F. J, Holden, who lias been seriously ill with diphtheria, Is recovering. E. R. Blgclow was able to come to tho village Saturday for tho first tlmo since his Illness early In March. M. t. SIcSIahon nnd chlldron Starlo, Dorothy nnd Carl, were la Stowe Friday. The progr.vmmo of SInnstleld Mountain Grange Saturday afternoon Included dis cussions "Do Toil Relieve In State Grange Insuranee?"and "How WouldVou Beautify the Home," and recitations by Sirs. Dora S. ISddy ond E. Blgclow. A on wns born April 13 to Sir. and Sirs. Arohlo SlcCullough. Tho eiKlentlomil union, composed of the towns of Stowe. Slorrlstown nnd Elmore, announced Tuesday the appointment of F. K. Graves of Sterling Conn , as super intendent of sehools.SIr. Graves Is a man of long experience nnd comes highly re commended by State Superintendent of Schools Mason S. Stone and also by former Stato Superintendent W. E. Rang er. It will b the aim of the directors to have Sir. Graves devote most of his efforts to the outside schools. He will havo charge of 30 schools In all. Ora Feaver had his arm lradly cut and bruis ed Tuesday while reaching under n matching machine nt the Pike mill. The sugar season has proved to be a good one. Some farmers havo made tlue pounds to a tree and there will probably be another run of ;ap. Sirs, J, E. Morgan Is visiting In St. Albans. Mrs, Thompson is seriously 111 at the home of her daugh ter. Sirs. Oilo Judson. Sir. and Sirs. Is", Blgclow aro In Burlington for a few days. It. E. Straw Is putting In a bath room and making other Improvements In lil.i residence. Tho programme for high school com mencement week for 190T will bo nearly the same as last year. It follows: Juno 2, baccalaureate sermon, Sunday evening; Juno 3, alumni banuuet, Monday evening; June 4, class day exercises, Tuesday af ternoon; June 4, prize speaking, Tuesday evening; June 6, gammar school graduat ing exercises, Wednesday afternoon; June 0, high school graduating exercises, Wed nesday evening. The play, "Valley Fnrm," which yxis presented with great success threo weeks ago, Is to be repeated In the auditorium, Memorial hall, Fri day evening, April 19, The proceeds are for the benefit of the High School Athletic association. The Ladlo' Study club Tuesday afternoon considered the region aliout the month of tho St. Uawrenco river under tho leadership of Sllss Clara Barrows. At the close, tho ladles werci invited to attend a "sugaring off" at C L. SlcMahon's cronp. H. C. McMahon took his automobile, to Burlington Wed uesday to be tested and prepared for tho season's use, SIrH. M. A, Jenney returned Tuesday uvonlng from Boston, Tho Rev ,1 Q, Angoll closed the third year of the pastorate of tho Methodist Church horo Sunday, Ho went to St, Johnsbury Wed nesday to attend conference, Sirs, Anell day there. C. I), Glbbs of Montpoller was In Stowe Tursday closing the salo of tho Melvln Glbbs place In Utowo Hollow to George Watts. Mr, Watts will repair tho building and movo thnro Juno 1 from his faim which ho recently sold to Hairy Magoon. At Unity Church, the Hov. E. M. Abbott, pastor, tho subject of tho Sun day morning service will bo "iove i our Enemies;" evening topic, "Living Our Religion i" Y. 1'. F., leader, Mabel Carr. MORRISVILLE. Sir. nnd Sirs. T. II Lelnnd nnd son vlslled Sir. Ldnnd's father, A. A. Le lanil In Johnson Saturday nnd Sunday, C. R. While nnd datightor, Mrs. Ella Sllloway relumed from Craftsbury and Itnrdwlck Saturday nccompalned by Sir. and Sirs. W. L. White, who renin Ined over Sunday. Mr. and Strs. Harry Brown of St. Johnsbury wcro guests Saturday of Str. and Strs. II. O. Spauld Ing. Stlss Clara Dodgo returned Satur day to Xorwlch to resume teaching. Sir. E. E. Stewart and Strs. S. L. Ring with her son, Lrland were In East Hnrdwlek over Sund'iy at Sir. and Sirs. William Stewart's. Miss Jennie Allen Is in Itnrd wlck to remain a week with her sister, Sirs. A. C. Little George Tlllntson was called to St. Johnsbury by tho setlous Ill ness of his brother, Ormel Tlllotson, who has had typhoid fevor which has develop ed Into pneumonia. C. H. Brown of Enosburgh Falls Is the guest of Sir. and Sirs. Georgo Sforway. C. II. A. Stafford has carpenters nt work on his building, occupied hy Welister &. Stone, fitting up a suite of offices on tho second floor which h" will occupy. .Sirs. S. A. Swltzer and Sirs. W. A. Swltzer went to West Danville Saturday evening to nttond the funeral of tho former's father, Jacob Way. Sirs. O. SI. AVaterman, who has been In B'lvldeic helping to care for Stra. E. J. Blllltns, returned homo Sat urday. Miss Uremia Harris returned sninriiav from Richford where sho was the guest of her uncle. Warren Wood worth. A car of horses belonging to Smith nnd Tlllntson arrived hcie Satur day from Iowa. Sir. and Sirs. C. L. Gates, Sir. and Sir. C. H. Cr.ine, Mr. and Strs. O. A. Wllklns and Newton Camp wero In St. Johnsbury I'riday to attend the funeral of Dr. W. W. Gcnge. Thursday evening Sllss Daisy Stewart entertained 11 schoolmates. Games were played and sugar served on snow. Gates &. Lunt of the Storrlsvllle fotowe st.n-o lino have lost their most valuable horse through the breakln; of a bone In her leg by stepping on a stone or Into a hole. Iottle was a bright bay mare that went Into this work when four years old and had been continually on the line for seven years. Frederick (1. Fleet wood and mother, Sirs. Laura F. Glred, wcie in BurlNigton Frld.iy. Floyd Fair banks went to Watervillu Friday to re main over Sunday. E. T. Ryder was In Burlington Friday. Sirs. L. I. Bishop and two children of Lunenburgll. returned home Friday having visited her sister Sirs-. Libby Lewis, a few days. Edward .Sunderland, formerly in the employ of John Ctton, now with O. E. Whitney nt Enlkld, N. II., visited John Utton Thurs day and Friday. SIik. W. S. Cheney was In Burlington at Sir. and Slis. John Waterman's Thursday. Wllll.'itn Womhtll returned to Hnrdwlek Friday. The house hold goods of S. SI. Gamblln of Chateau gay, N, Y who has purchased tho D. P. Smith farm, have arrived. Sir. Gainblin takes possession of tho farm till.? week. " SIis. A. SI. Jenkins relumed home Friday from Pcabody, Slass., where she attended the funeral of her granddaughter, SIiss Graco Goodwin. Sirs. Augusta Boyco of St. Albans was culled hero Friday by the Illness of her aunt. Sirs. J. T. Kelsey. Leonard Norton went to Wolcott Friday night to remain over Sunday with his classmate, Ralph Jennings. Sllss Aniift Robinson of Burlington, the guest for several days of her uncle and ntnt, Sir. and Sirs. E. S. Robinson, returned home Friday, L. C. Tlllotson returned Friday from Iowa. E. H. Vancor was In St. Johnsbury Saturday. Sir. tind Sirs. Aj, II. Houston returned to Bolton Satuiday'af ter visiting ills sinter, Mr?. C. S. Edward". The Rev. Giorge W. Tabor has un covered sufficiently from injuries received bv a fall from a building so as to wall; to the vllla-rc. Wlllhm Douglass has entered the employ of Gates & Lunt on the Stoirl"Ville-Stowe stage line. A. P. Hunt has moved to a farm In Hyde Park for which ho traded his house. At the annual meeting of 'he Slonlsvilk- board uf trade Slomlay evening tho following- officers were elected: President, C. H. Sloeum; vice-president, II. SI. Rich: corresponding secretary. H. A. Slayton; recording secretary. Fiod Slould; tve.ir- urer, B. J. Kellny; board of directors, A. G. Small, E. II. Vancor, C. A. Slayton, T. C. Cheney, G. W. Doty, J. SI. Kelley, II. Walte. Tho treasurer's report shown a balance of fl.7.13 on hand. The sugar houso of Herbert Ja cobs was burned Saturday nigh' together with apparatus and 50 gallons cf syrup, covered by Insurance. M. , Drown lost his sugar house Sunday night with conlents. The controversy over the opening of the street to be known as Brlgham street was amicably settled Slon- day, concessions being made by both par ties and a new survey made under the direction of the selectmen. Frank P. Rob inson of Burlington was the guest of his brother, E. S. Robinson, Monday night. Stlss Katheiine Daniels gave a sugar party to the teacher and jruplls in the ninth grade Saturday evening. II. J. Vaneor wont to Burlington Stondny for a fow days, leaving his store in charge of E. II. Olm.'lead, II. E. Sillier nnd family went SInnday to Barton Ianding whore he has a position.- W. I-". Angell and Georgo W, Brown were in Burllmjton Stondny to at tend a mveting of the directors of tho tT. S. Asbestos company. Mrs. C. C. Brooks of Swnnton, who has visited her daughter. Sirs. Ada Marvin, returned homo Sinn day. Sirs. E, VA, Dodgo went Stondny to Eden to remain a week with her daughter. Sirs. Hurley Shattuck. W. B, Patch went to visit his daughter, Sirs. Jc&slo Brlggs, nnd attend tho Methodist conference, Sirs. George L. Bates went to St. Johns. bury Monday to remain n week with her sister, Sirs. W. W, Gcnge. C. It. Prior wrnt to St. Johnsbury Stonday, where ho has work, Patrick Braugal went Stonday to Hnrdwlek where ho has a position, W, L. White returned lo Hnrdwlek Stonday, Sirs. White will rom'aln hero a week, Str. and Strs, Frank Raymond wero In Hlghgate over Sunday. Sirs. I B. Bnyn- ton has gonn to Cheshire, Conn., for a prolonged stay nt her son's, Charles Boyn. ton. Ixm Wheeler was nrrested In an In toxicated condition Slonday nftemoon hy Ofllcer Hnmel and placed In tho lock-up. Sirs. Georgo I'. Drown has returned from Pcabody, Mass., where sho went a wek ago to attend tho funeral of Stlss Gmco Goodwin. Fred Brown la hero froin Greenfield, Slass., to visit his mother, Sirs. Sears, nnd his brother, James Sears, who Is 111, Sllss Ethel Patterson of Craftsbury Is tho guest of Sir. and Strs. I. Newton LeBaion. Stlss Zlta Town has returned from Barton. Strs. Harvey Grnvlln, who wns Injured In tho railroad wreck at Hnrdwlek, ar rived hero Tuesday morning accompanied by Sirs, J, W, Emerson of St. Johns bury. C, II. Greene was In Helvldere Tuesdny. Styron Whltoomb haa removed tho roof from tint house recently pur chased on Randolph street and will add another half story to the building,- Lou Wheeler, who was iirrostiid Stondny for drunkenes.t, was taken before Justice Stiles Tuesday nnd given n fine of JJ5.00 and costs amounting to $21 10, or 100 dnys it Park Tuosday to attond a meeting of tho rood commissioners of Ixunolllo county. Sir, Barrows has not ml-isod ono of those meotlngs In H years. Tho Hov. and Strs. P, A. Smith and tho Rev, O. M. Uuiltwe.ll went to St. Johnsbury Tuesday to nttend tho Slutlfodlst con fornnce. Sirs. Wallace Jonen went to Hnrdwlek Tuosday to visit hor slffter, Strs. Harry Titus. Mr. nnd Mrs, George Tlllotson went to Wolcott Tuesday to attend tho funeral of his brother, Ormal Tlllolson. -Stlss Fnnnlo Towlo of Johnson passed tho day Tues day with her parents. Sir. nnd Mrs. Joseph Towle, Mr, and Strs, G, L. DonnldROn of Bangor, N. Y arrived hero Tuesday n.nd will visit Str. nnd Sirs. John Vnrney in Elmore. Sirs. Fred N, Watorbury of Wolcott Is visiting her parents, Str. and Strs. Sylvester Wood. Sllss Lynn0 Trick of Burlington Is tho guest for a few days of Sir. and Sirs. Lyman Atlams. Taney Shekasky returned Tuesday evening with a number of Polanders, who will be employed In tho tannery. CAMBRIDGE. Robert H. Bashaw and Styrtlo R. Ro berts, both of this place, wcro married hero April 10 by tho Rev. Henry C. How ard. The Rev. Henry Van ITngan, pastor of tho Congregntlonnl Church for two years, has resigned nnd preached his farewell sermon Sunday morning, lie will leave this week for his new field of labor at nlnesburgh. Sir. and Sirs. H. O. Woston of Slllton nro visiting W. II. Burns nnd L. R. Weston. News has been received of tho death of Mrs. Lor cii Stlnson at Denver, Col. Sir. and Sirs. Stlnson went West on account of Sirs. Stlnson's health. Mrs. B. S. Ful IliiKton Is In town pa-king her house hold goods preparntiirv to moving them to Johnson. B. SI. Eilenwood has sold his homo farm to Nathan Duba of Bristol. Albert Cutting Is erecting a new residence on the site of tho ono which was burned last fall. Tho Sll'ses Ada Slelvln and Winifred Wagner of Essex Junction passed Sunday with the former's parents, Sir. nnd Mr,), Frank Stclvln. Mr. nnd Sirs, Eirl Smill.t passed Sunday nt Pleasant Valley. Cray Remington of Burlington was In town Sat urday, a guest at W. SI. Smith's. Sir. Remington Is a former Gunbrldge boy. W. SI. Smith was a business visitor ln Birro Tueday and Wednesday. Miss Edith Storey was In Burlington Sfrmday and Tuesday. Schools In town began SInn day. The same teachers with two ex ceptions, Stlss Doris WUley takes Mrs. Pierce'.s place in the grammar room and Sir. Bios the high school, formerly taught by Str. Rae. The Rev. JameB Allen Is at tending conference In St. Johnsbury this week. Sirs. Archie Ia Bounty passed Sunday nt her home in Wntervllle. Sirs. G. H. Newton was In Burlington Stonday. Sirs. Allen and son of New Haven are visiting her father. V. C. Ellsworth. Hollo Reynold" nnd friend returned to Dartmouth College St nday morning. II. II. Reynolds has been III with tonsllltlr.. Tho Rev. Dr. Hardy of Storrlsvllle has been engaged to preach at the Congrega tional Church for an indeflnlto time. Sllss Sllnnle Gallup of t'ndcrhlll has bejn visiting her sister. Sirs. Herbert Jones. Chlm Ellis has completed his duties at 11. W. Tracy's. WOLCOTT. Hnrry Davison, butter maker In tho creamery, will mavo from Albany to the C. ii. S. Clcaveland houso In tho near future. O. O. Tlllitson died in St. Johns bury, Sunday after a two weeks' Illness from typhoid frver complicated with poneumonla. He wis r,1. years of nge and Is survived by a' wife and 1lt-e 'children. Tho remains were brought to this plnre and the funerai h"ld Tuesday. Slin.-rnl Lodge. F nnd A. SI . of wh'eh be was a member havlHr!",(hirge. The Interment was In tho family lot In Fairranunt .cemetery, Ilia aged mo her and tlirre sisters nnd two brother's also survive him A son was born Sunday to Sir and. Sirs. Wlllnrd Slay. The Rev. .Mr. Lewis delivered a lecture on the West Indies at tho Congregational chureh Sunday even ing. The village seller,! will commence Mondiy, April 2?. with Robert Eaton of Storrlsvllle nnd Slin Addle Smith of Hnrdwlek es teachers. Eugene Wheeler Is moving from North Wolcott to Potter- vllle Into one of the Mirso tenements. Gerald, little son of Ferd Cutler, Is very 111. nf Indigestion. The Rev. and Sirs. O. II. Wills are In St. Johnsbury attending Conference. Charles drives and family went to Vamrr, N. IT.. Tuesday where he has a position on a stock farm as manager Louis Liberty of Storrlsvllle Is at work for his uncle, C SI. Wood. Dwlght Itnltnn has suffered a shock of paralysis. It Is not thought that he ean recover. The sugar makers nro having to loll night to keep up, And tho sugar Is of ex.tr.1 quality. WATERVILLE. Slarshall Wilson nt Jeffersonvlllo wan In town over Sunday Sirs. John Root is visiting her parents at Slllton this week, The Rev. A. G. Chandler will preach at the I'nlon Church Sunday at 2 p. m. Ms. Walter Wartcnt and daughter left Fri day for Connecticut.-!:. C. Wollls left Slonday evening for Stoeton, Cat,, whero ho expects to mako his home. His family will remain hero until fall. JEPFERSONVILLE. Sir. and Sirs. Julius W. Green, Jr., of Stiddlebury are passing several days with his parents, sir. nnd Sirs. J. w. Green, Sr. Moreton Thomas has gone to attend Slontpeller Seminary. Sirs. Pearl Shaver and son have leturned to Dalton, N, It. Tho sugar house of A. J. Brown and It's contents, Including n large quantity of syrup was destroyed by fire last week. Sllss Sadie Elsworth of Cam bridge passed several days with Sirs. F, L. Slart last week. Howard Buker of Butllnglon Is nt homo for a few days with his parents, sir. and Sirs. J. I). Buker. t Tho four departments of tho village school commenced April 13, with tho fol lowing teachers: Professor William ICclth of Worcester. Slass., high school, 2'l pupils; grammar school, Miss Harriet A. Johnson, Enosburgh Falls, 21 pupils; second primary, Sirs Eannlo Spauldlng of this place, 24 pupils; first primary, SILss Slable Wright of Stowe, II pupils; total 109 pupils. Principal Douglas of Stowe; the former principal, wns prefent nnd as sisted ln organizing the schools. Eugene Wells of Watervllle, well known In this place, visited here SInnday. Ho was on route for Stockton, Cal,, whero ho has employment. F, I,. Start Is Improving his store with new paint Inside and outside. J. W. Raymoro of Cambrldgo Is doing tho Work. EDEN. W. H. Emery Is In Orleans county o business. The landlord at the Sit. Norm has arrived Str. Carter was hurt at tho Tucker Sllnes when a rope broke letting tho derrick fall. A son was born to Sir. nnd Sirs. Castas Orey April 10. W. Stono Is stopping with his brother, II H Stone. NORTH HYDE PARK. The few days' Illness of 11, W Farlcer delayed etartlng (tie steam mill mull,, Slonday nf this week. -Justus Foss has purchased John Adam's gray team Calvin Wwrea had an attack of acute- H. W. ALLEN y CO. Servisillc 75 Cents. Silica witli a 9atin surface are furnishing the latest worcl from those who are accredited with creating the fashions, For the evening gowa, the dinner dress, the dressy separate waist, negli gees, the use of such materials are. illustrated in some of the most recent models shown. For such purposes an article which will most perfectly meet the requirement mnJ yet cost little is particu larly desirable. In "Servianic you have a fabric not only possessing every e. scntial feature but one of the richest mnd most beautiful Silks which American makerj have yet produced. Its wearing quali ties arc unequaled as the name implies heavy enough to drape effectively, possessing a roftness and brilliancy of finish which or dinarily would only be expected in the imported article at many times the cost. Full assortment of most fashionable colors, black, white and evening shades now being shown in our Silk Department. 20 inches wide, price 75 cents. Black India Silks Guaranteed iVaterproof, Spot Proof, Perspiration Proof. These fine, genuine India Silks hive been treated in Lyons, France, by a secret process which renders the fabric absolutely free from the usual troublesome tendency to spot with water. Send for samples and submit them to the most severe test. 27 inches wide, price 75 ct3., 95 cts., Si. 15 and $1.25. For serviceable, light Summer Gowns or separate Waists these Silks will prove especially pleasing. Antkony Lcatner Belts 50 Cents. To-day we offer a complete new collection of the well 1 .,A.1 l T . I T I . 11' Known inthony J-ieather Delts, the best leather belt produced at Black, white and colors to Anthony Leather Bags to $2.00. H. W. ALLEN & CO. Indigestion while In H. W. Smith's store Tuesday, which came near producing heart failure. J. C. Sleasuro has been confined to the houe the pat week bv Illness. Sirs. Claude Mudgett has beoa at home for a few days carina for her mother, Sirs. E. A. Callup, who has been ill. Sir.'. I. O. I.eaeh, who has been 111 since Sunday Is better. JOHNSON The training school will re-open Fri day, April 10. ORANGE COUNTY. EAST RANDOLPH. The condition of 'William Osgood Is no better. lie Is .it his sinter's Sirs. Hurt liragg. Sllss Re.ssle Judd Is working for Charles Olfford. Elsie and Holden Camp have returned to school nt Harre; Shirley Camp and Gladys Parker to the normal. Harry Courser of Royalton has been ln town a few days. Carl Fierce of Royalton has bought tho stage route from Fast Randolph to Royalton of Slartln Youngo. -nr. Newell, who has been 111 with the grip, Is better. BROOEFIELD. At tho regular meeting of Crescent chapter, No. ::;, O. K. S.. April 11, tho following officers were elected and ap pointed: W. r.. Charles H. lilgelow; W. SI., Sirs. Kiln St. Wahburn: Asst. M.. Sirs. Sophia K. FoIlanbee; secre tary, Sirs. Eleanor' T. Clark: treasurer, Sirs. L,oulse SI. lilgelow; conductor, Sirs. Abblo Hyde; assistant conductor, Mrs. Nclle Crane; warder, Sirs. Ioul.jo Rumney; chaplain, Sirs. 1111a Wills; marshal, Alnnson I,. Follanshee; senti nel, Albert Rumney; Adah, Mrs. Alma R. Sledralf; Ruth. Sirs. Emily Hatch elder; Esther, Sirs. Nellie R. F'lllnm; SInrthn, Sirs. I.ula S. Iflnke: Electa, Sirs. Etta Sargent: organist, Sirs. I.oulse W. Clnrk. The Instnllntlnn will take place at the regular meeting In Slay. RANDOLPH. Sllss I.mlnda Howard is very 111 with appendicitis anil It Is expected that an operation will bo necessary. Thero wns nn miction of Slartln Rum rill's household goods In Pepot square Slonday morning. Frank Hutchinson, while playing ln thn barn "f his uneK F C. Terry, fell and sprained Ills nnklo Saturday. Frank Slann, who formerly lived here but Is now In Springfield, met his wife, who has been ln Sllc'ul gnn this winter for treatment, nt Wil liam Slann's Saturdny. They returned Slonday to Springfield. Sirs. Iyman Glbbs and little granddaughter of Whlto River Junction, passed Sundny with Strs. Gibbs's sister. Sirs. F, C. Terry. J. I J. Rldrldgo has deeded to Sir, nnd Sirs. W. W. Tyler their homo place on School street. Dr. II. G. Rcekman left Sunday for n week's visit In Iloston, A pleasant social was held Friday night In the Rethnny Church vestry. About $7 was raised for the R. II, S. base ball team, Miss Julia Rlalr of Montpoller Is tho guest of Sllss Allco Herrlck. Georgo I-aDue of Murrain ratlin Friday for a short stay with his family. Sirs. H. E. Niekerson was In South Royalton Sat urdny. Sllss Annln Wood entertained girl friends Snturday afternoon In hon or of Sllss SInrlon Nlckorson, who goes to Vancouver Island soon. Mrs. Ase neth Cross hns returned from Spring field, where sho hns been several weeks for cyo treatment. Sirs. O. H. Silver nnd two children of Marre, who una been visiting her brother, F. E. Wy- mnn, who has been very 111 with pneu monia, returned homo Saturday. Clar enco II. lllckford of Marie Is In town F. I,. Dudley, nn engineer from Slan chester, N. II-. Is hero nnd work on tho sewer will bo rommon.ced ns soon ns possible. Herbert Cook has rented a tenement In J. SI, Atwond's house. Tho Rev. S. Knowles left Suud ly for North Attleboro, Slass. He will visit In sovernl places and expects to attend somo .of the "Gypsy" Smith meetings Howard Hells of Rochester returned home Snturday nfter a few dnys hern with Ills sister, Sllss Jennie Eells, Sirs, W F Edson has gone to Lebanon to visit her parents, Sir nnd Sirs John liilinstiin Mrs. W A. .Tones Is homo from a sivrral days' visit In Roches in many respects, we believe. 50 cents. match the gown. match the belts .$1.00, $1.50 and tcr. Sirs. s. d. Cushman and daughter, who have been visiting at H. D. Ban nister's for a few days, returned yes terday to Northileld. The Woman's Literary club met Saturdav with Stlss Jennie Stewart. Stlss Stewart and Mrs. Curtis were hostesses. "Canada" was the subject for discussion and papers were read by Sirs. Samuel Knowles, Sirs. Slann and Sirs. SI. A. Towksbury, Tho funeral of Va Forre.st Tcwis was held yesterday at the Maptist Church. Sir. I wlfi, who wns CC, years old, died at the Randolph sanatorium Slonday after noon. He was operated upon for appendi citis last week Wednesday and although ho stood It well ho was unable, owing to his age, to withstand the after effects. He was a veteran of the Civil War and was captured and conllned In Elbby prison. He Is survived by a wife and four children, Frederick nnd Albert Lewis of Moston, Henry Lewis of Clinton, Conn., and Sllss Ressie l-uis, a student at the t'nlverslty of Vermont. Glenn Wilson returned Ston day afternoon from Mellows Falls, where he went to visit his sister.,!. H. Wells .-e-turned Tuesday from Slontpeller, whero he has been for several days. Mrs. W. F. Edson returned Stonday after a week with her parents, Sir. and Sirs. John Johnston,, In Lebanon, N. It. The Ran dolph blgh school has begun bate ball practice. Thn first game is to be pUyod here next Monday with Slontpeller Semi nary. The probate court was In session at States's Attorney SI. St. Wilson's office Wednesday morning, to act on a petition of the town selectmen to examine Sp"ar as to his sanity. Tho court ad judged him Insane and I). H, Storse was appointed his guardian. He was taken by Sir. Storse yesterday to the Stato asylum for the Insane at Waterbury. Randolph had a hall team lat year that won the Independant State championship. Salis bury Brothers are planning to put as good or better team In the field this snaon. Manager Salisbury hns already hired Grow, who plays with the University of ermont and Klbbee, the lat year catcher on that tram. About DM has al ready been subscribed and the paper Is still circulating. Stlss Annie Scott, the nurse, who has been caring for Stlss Hclene Ralney, wlio has liad diphtheria, Is quarantined In the upper tenement of Dr. L. A. Russlow's house. She has been quite ill and it Is thought that she con tracted the dlse.Tie from her patient. Slln Ralney Is now very much better. Stlss Stary Moulton passed TucFday with friends In Hurlinsrtnn. Fied Copcland ar rived home Tuesday from a week s visit In New York. Strs, George Ualrd of South Royalton Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Lemuel Richmond V, I. Spear went to Cambridge yesterday. Mrs. M. E. Niekerson and daughter, Marlon, will leave this afternoon for Chicago, where they will stay 10 days and then will con tinue West by way of D.mver. coin., whero they stop for a few days and also at Salt Lake City. From there they go to Seattle and then by boat to Vancouver, n, C, where Str. Dlckerman has his head. quarters and where the family will prob ably pasvs the summer. Judge John W. Rowel! and Sirs. Rowell came yesterday from Slontpeller and have opened their houso on Randolph avenue Joseph Goodhart nnd Solon Vail returned to Dartmouth last night.-St. B, Rowell ship ped a carload of sheep yesterday from this station. Fred Copeland returned yes terdny to Dartmouth "farm." Mr. nnd Strs. John Parsons nro on there way to Los Angeles, Cal,, whero they will cook for a home. Stlss Cnilotta Wlnwall, a teacher from Roxbury, Mass., Is visiting at C. F. Stoulton's for a week. BROWNINGTON. Sir. nnd Strs. A. II- Allard are visiting their daiiR'hter, Sirs. Slyrnn Alexander at Newport. The Hartford Dairy com pany of Hartford, Conn., has purchnsed tho Evnnsvllle creamery which It rented last year. Wllllnm Drawn Is driving team for W, It. Slantleth. Pearl Dwycr returned SInnday to Irnsbursh to com plete her school work there nnd will make her homo with her uncle, Curtis Collins. Sir, Mrlgps of .Manchester, N. H Is visiting hero. Alberta Day hns re turned to her school at Northileld, Slass. Stlss Sarah Bryant, who has been 111 Is Improving slowly, Sir. nnd Sirs. Italy Clark havo gone to Orange, Slass., where they hnvo wmk, Sirs. O. A- Grow, who has been cnrlng for Strs. Wallace H. G'lnln at Hnrton. was called home Thursday by the Illness of Sir. Grow, and Sirs. Lltchtleld Hikes her piacn at 1 Marlon, Slryllo Wiggins of Manchester, IV It., who has bein vlsltlne Tin Leonard of Barton, visited his gn mother, Sirs. 12. R, Ilnnd, Sunday. CHELSEA. .rkA.. . . ... w;ie no services ax ino ion ffntlona! Church Sunday owing to the rnnrn rf 111,. villu(,.n f i . m ... . ffin. nHAhiln.1 tl.r. tfAlUl.l A1, t ,i,i.iiM,inni v. ijurci ueini? inn mr Niim ,v imrA r...rn.. riio Rev. I.. N, Moody, after throe v. of acceptable service, has deeldfd no return to this charge, although the pie seem to bo unanimous In the de that bo should do so, --Sirs. Kdwln F nnn la-n annt, i,n,.A , , . Mass., where Mr. Fuller hns work N name Stondny of the death by typ) ... , .I,,,,, .ill, in . 1 1 mi., ti,, been passed here with her an t. John Atwond. She was about K of age. Only a few mon'hs ngi the mains of her mother. Strs. Ruth Mill died suddenly nt Slanchester. were lirm n.-iu nou piacea in tnc lomo, nnd on T day both mother and daughter were 1 led In their family lot In IBrhland c etery. Saturdny Walter S. Ooss left his brother. Hnrrv Halo floss, to S T tort nn sa U'l.ntf,- tm, . . j . irinity Chnrrh ypstPivluy -Tho Rpv .Mrs. rjnnrrrn T? T.-il. 'r from Jlnvorhlll. Mnn, -vhro thev 1 U.. !.. ( ... ... '"ii'i ii iiifi snnnii nirinau n r ma titrtfi of W&t Hill, died Sunday of quick t en in,, nun, mo resnii oi crin. Tie 7 T t- -1 . .. . . - (lay for Slontpeller. -Judge George I, S Is In Randolph this week attending to i uaie business. RANDOLPH CENTER. I'omfrot. Rlinilnv hv thn t tftlnfil Itltine hor fatlmr, J. I). Mrrritt nnrj t.y Mir ,J. of n, nlecp. Tho Hov. V M l'lkor did preach Sundny on nroir t of the lit of hli wlfp. R. jj. Paine htift boon n .n- t nit; vVH Willi MMJll'V rn r nrul I )m 1 flnl 1 n n I last week to talk over tho subnet centralization nnd united supervls The meeting adjourned without action thn fllreetnrs. The Hnndnlnh rrvn school district, which Is a part of town of Randolph, Is a senarate town i tii,- in.,, .ii, uLiiih nil nuini miu concerned, but It was not reprsented the conference. fleorge Adams has g Springfield. Slass. to assist his bri Walter, who Is 111 there w'th the me-is ORLEANS COUNTY, NEWPORT county court will open 'his morr when the ca of State vs George Ba more than tho usual amount nf pli etirrn,- tilj enoenn II. n a i - ........ irom 11 lO "C lO. lor Mieir nn, 51 f. $1.23 a gal. for svrun. -The lnkn run Is open nearly to Farrant'-- point and severe wind of Sund-iy broke up quit little leu Carl Spauldlng went tj 1 ton Wednesday where he will t-ike stenographer's examination In cull vice. lionn' Rnvnnt Is nut nc.iln n n seeonil ntf.nnlr nf i-i-ln Aire Pnmt. is engaged as nonsei, 'eper xor A. havo returned from a two weeks near Boston. Sirs. W. Richmond Is nfter a severe attack of tho grip, Kennison hns returned to Boston. for erond work tn senirtnc- mumhnre the I. O. F. Sirs. Sydney Davis has turned from New York. MORGAN. Sugar makers arc being kept busy tl crop. Mrs. Rovor expects to rent son farm o: Asa n. Steele. Mr. Clnr N. Y.. whom he has not seen for CO yi wagon and cn to the jiri stira-n exp tion. Sllss Catherine Wilcox will te school in the Gore district Hor SInthews ! better and J. A. Gray abont tlio same, until have been ill winter. DERBY LINE. T. O. Hlako of Xow York c'v, nasRpi two mnntns m own list sun n r.n rn urn i no titbit nr ino wf pk Tnc.nr.Ulnn Tlllrn U . c rn, - Va... 1 vhj " u ii i 'in j nt urn ituiilt mis n aco. to. nnu .irs. nasKc i n ln pcveral Now EtiRlaud cities. Mrs. j laviason or notion, .uisn , nn called hore to attoni tho funoral of (1 11 Ilk, -Ml . II 'ill ill rjnniiMiiih i i ui bom Monday. Miss Mary Wto hns taken a position in tlio nMllin storo of MIsh H. M Hopwarth Mr Mrs. C II. Jrnkln of Heeho Plain maKo incir nome 10 i"f pr' s.m 11'II1I., Cnitil.ltMr r TAiit'lna's ffitVi ucoiK'' MnrncK find ramuy nave mm ll V,' 111 HI.-.'. II ... - J t T T tftinl ., OI II ill IK l 1 J 11. """ HUH' Wl MJ A. Hunt. DERIT2. Aunt Folly Dalley die 1 ' her home this village Slonday morr. ng r p" monl.i. She was 93 years of age Slur b Owing to a fall she had Ft mo two ye niit hill, linn iiijl iit't'll i: jit, ii, t;ri nu. rwmui,.i me licibl twiner i'-r imi.-i c-ii tb, T.nv .inil sbn orlll-)leil It when 111? me oitiesi innmuer ui mt- uiiraiin v mil rilueiH, m'i vjli !t-rti iitui .11 mi- liiui oil uL-ruuut t'l Mi-uurj-.-. aim ui( .11111 . , ...... (., I, . , I . . . V- . .. . I . I . . tl.-.lt!lli'l r- n m-ll'lim i,fic j ,r in,, ii,-?i- his now automobile on the streets, LOWELL. A. Yaw has rented his farm to Center has been engaged to teach In i- ,1,1a oneiric. T? V Vowl nut his root wil l an axe wnuo ciiouui wood, SIor.d,n-An accident occured ... . ... . . , . V. .. .1... .n1tl of a derncK resuuing in me injury oi i men, A. K. Austin, who wna badly lureu on inn u.mw nmi i,ir. 111 nw hit on the head. Kdgar I.eCInlr has turned from his trip to Colorado and W. Ward from Wlnsockct R. I - SI il.n Pi-nn rtf l.ilnriiliii.i Out Is I guest of her parents, Str. nnd Strs, J. oi l ivan. u. u, naniioni huh huh 1 tenement house to Timothy Deblols We3tfleld. lo, the 15-yoar-otd son .ir. nno .iirs. it. ni. i- wi' s. 11 i-ii tun day, April 11, of ascending splnnl panilys The funeral was held at the Slethod Church Saturday aftcrroon, the Rev J Wallace oftblatlng. A son wns 1orn Str. and Sirs Ieon Phufelt April 10. (t'ontlniK-d on I V I U I'iikv.)