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T1IK BURLINGTON FREE BRESS: THURSDAY. APRIL 25, 1907.
One Cent A ' WORD. Advertising In this column ono cent a word, each Insertion. Copy may he changed every week. Cash tn Advance, re quired. No advertisement taken which Is less than twelve wolds, two linen. Special term to advertisers using from 250 to 1,000 llnca within twelve consecutive months. POINTERS. OIVNBHS OF FARMS who wish to hire hejp or to sell a farm should uso tills column. Nearly 6.0C0 copies of this paper are sold evary Issue nnd your advertise nient would ho read by many possible buyers. S7,wtf WANTS J. WANTED Hand edger and rotary bed planer. W. 15. Carpenter, Bellows rails, Vt. SS.fit&43,Wnt. WOMEN WASTKD-Wc want 15 more operators on pnwer machines. Call or wrlto at once. Tho O. L, Hinds Co., King r.nd St. raul streets, Rurllngton, Vt. SS,26tw4t WAITRESSES, for the coming season at Champlaln Assembly, Cliff Haven, N. Y nenr I'lattsbiirRh. Apply to Ivcrs RatchehJer, Caterer, 217 West 112nd St., New ork city. 77,d&w,tf. FOR SALE. Full SALE-Egss for hairhlng-imperlal Pek.n ducks and whlto Wynndottes. Also registeied Herkshues, nnd an elegant .lersev bull calf. George H. Stevens, Middle-bury, Vcimont. S!i,salArwpdw,tf FOR SAI.K A CM-foot -Dt water heater, 20 horsa pow.r steam toiler. W. U. Qatua. 'J15.d&w.tf UROK DYNAMO for sale, with equip ment. In perfect condition for Immedi ate use. Any one with wntcr power, or steam, could light a vlllige, or laigs hotel. Free Press Asso.. Uurllngton. 228,d&w,tf "WE'RE LONESOME JFST FOR YOIV Sweet nrw song Sheet-music. 20 tents (stamps) postpaid Kthel H. Simmons, EdKorton, Wisconsin. 41,w4t. NOTICE. WHEN IN NEED of a granite nr tnarblo memorials write for our prices. Work set anywhere. Rarre Granite Purchasing Ageney, The Granite Dealers at the Quarries, Rarre Vermont. S0.w26t. NOTU'i: how little It costs to tell thou sands of renders In many towns of Ver mont whnt you have to sell or what you wish to buy. Advertise In the Free Press nnd you will get replies to your adver tisement. 27,wtt IIIIOIIII ISLAM) HOSPITAL TllAl.MNC M'llOOI. KOIl MIHSr.S. Tho Rhode Island Hospital -ffeis 3-years' course of training In care of patients in medical, surgical, obstetrical nnd C special dpts. patients treated In lHOfi. Appllrn,. Hons are now being considered for classes entering July and Sept., It'OT. and Jan., 1 SOS. Maintenance and money allowance sufficient for per sonal expenses are given. For further Information and circulars, address Miss Lucy C Avers, R. I Hospital, Providence, II. 1. Two Good Farms. Tho Elmwoud avenue place. Is sold. Wo now off. r you a La moll lo county arm of 10 acres, V? mile to village, fair buildings, running water, plenty A'ood, very pleasant, good soil. Prico 11,300; cash J600. Also Chittenden county farm, 170 cres, 7 miles ftom city, fine soil, good liullrilngs, running water, plenty wood, 2 hoises, 25 to 30 cows, all tools, etc. Price J7.000, cash $3,000; balance on mortgage. The' Reynolds Real Estate Co,, 100 .Mnln Street. Uurllngton, Vt. Teeth Extracted AliHcliitrlj- Without 1'aia. The only ofllce in Burlington where you can get teeth extruded without a particle of pnin without taking gas, My method is used by no other person. No pain; no dunrjor; no after effects. Hit. I I). HA7.F.N, Office, 1S& Pine St., Rurllngton, VL Otllce hours, 10 to 3. 7 to 8. i First. STOOPING over books nnel papers tlint lie in a HORI ZONTAL position on n desk or table, is tint' CAUSE of ROUND SHOT'LDERS and NEAR SIGHT EDNESS. Second. ROUND SHOULDERS are htrninhteimd by use of the, Bart ley Copy Holder and Book Re.st. It supports hooks arid papers BEFORE .the eves, as on a music rack, pivinrr DIRECT instead of OBLIQUE vision. $1.00, .$2.00, $3.00 each, accord ing to size. N. B. Book Opener free with each, FREE PRESS ASSOCIATION. SONE VOTE FOR s : M Name., )g M "Who is a resident of M M M M and a candidate in tho Free M M M Press Jamestown Voting X Contest, M m u TIB Mi AMERICAN LEAGUE STANDING, Philadelphia (! 3 SA1 New York 5 3 .025 Cleveland T, 3 ,GT Chicago 0 4 .GOO Detroit f, ,0n) Washington .1 B .373 lloston 3 (5 m St. IOtlls 2 8 .200 NATIONAL LEAGUE STANDING. Won. Lost, Pot. Chicago 7 2 .775 Philadelphia (I 2 .73) New York , 7 3 .700 Pittsburg & 3 .1 Cincinnati 1 r, ,40.) Roston 3 : ,3.1.1 St. Louis 3 S .27.1 Brooklyn 1 c ,11:1 ACCOUNTED FOR. A Baltimore man wns one afternoon seated In a dentist's anteroom, waiting his turn, when a young woman, evinc ing every evidence of Itmost agitation at the thought of submitting to nn or deal, entered nnd took a scat beside him, Very shortly thereafter a series of pierc ing shrieks came from the operating room, whereupon the timid young woman sprang from her sent in terror and, grasp, ing the arm of tho colored attendant, gasped; 'Oh, whnt Is that? Oh, what Is that?" "It ain't nothln', miss," the darkey hastened to asstite hrr. "It's only a patient that's heln' treated free of charge." Harper's Weekly. TURNED HIM AGAINST IT. "Tommy won't take milk at all now. Ho doesn't like It as tniich as he did," said Mrs. Popley. "No," replied Popley, "and it's all on account of your Imprudence?" "My Imprudence?" "Yes; ho overheard you saying it was good for him." Philadelphia Press. THE HUMOROrS FISHERMAN "III, there!" called the owner of the and to the patient fisherman by the lakeside, "No flshln on these grounds!" "Hut 1 ain't llshin' on the grounds?" " "Rut you can't ketch fish In that lake!" "I know I can't, lieen here all day an' hain't had a nibble " Atlanta Constitu tion. ESTATE OF .lOMlPH II. FOUNTAIN, llt'llMMiTOX. (A Minor) STATE OF VERMONT, District of Chittenden, ss. The Honorable Probate Court for the District of Chittenden. To nil persons interested In the es tate of Joseph H. Fountain of nurlliiK ton. a minor, GREETING: Whereas, application in writing hath been made to this eomt by the guard ian of Josejih II Fountain for license to sell the real estate of said ward, Fi tting forth tin ren that bis said waid Is the sole owner of all of the land and premises situate in said Colchester, Vermont, which wn conveyed unto Haul" M. Collins, then by the name of Hnttle M. Fountain, by H. V. Horton. by hl deed of date May 27. 1902, and also further conveyed tn said ward by Hilt claim deed to the said guardian from Mathew Collin", the surviving husband of the said llattle M. Collins of date Anrll IS. 1007. that tho avails thereof may be used and otherwise In vested under the law of this Stale. " And thereupon the kald Court np nolnted and assigned the 10th day of Mnv. 1!)07, at the Probnte Court rooms, in Mild district, to hear and decide up on said application, nnd ordered that publle notice thereof ho given to nil persons interested therein, hv publlsh ng this order three weeks successive ly "I he nurllngton Weekly Free I ress. n tirw.spar.er which circulates In the neighborhood of those persons In tereMed therein; all which publications shal. be previous to the time appoint ed fe.r the hearing. Therefore, you are herebv notified to appear before said court, at the time and nlnce. aforesaid then ami there. In said court, to object t t. srnntlng of such license. If von M'e cause Given under mr hand, at the Probnte f o-i.rt rooms, this 20th dav of April. MARCHLLFS A TUNG!! M. 4S.W.K Judge. JOIIX A. STI AI(T' ITl''K. STATE OF VERMONT. District of Chit tenden, .iT1'fi ''""irnble the Ptobato Court, for the district of Chittenden. 7, V1" u,,tl " persons Inter im 1 J" thH estute of John A. Stuart, late of Westford, deceased ,, , CREET1NC: A lieiens, application hath been madu Jo this femi t in writing, bv the admin strator of tne estate of John A. Stuart. nte of We.sffof.l .....I 1 ... license and authority to sell the whole ... in.- real ano personal e.state of said deceased, representing to said court, that tt eonl,1 1..-, 1. ii. .1 ... . . ' and all persons Interested In the es". eii'censeu. in sell the whole ot the real ailI personal estate of said deciasi.il. am cemv.M.t 11.., ' V. . 1 money. ' "ll ' "uo And bringing Into court tho consent and approbation In writing of rill TM lt7.,!.n...,.,'l?.,S.tilt0' "n.(1 "''ing fortll'tiie Whereupon, the said e-ourt appoint- no-",,n't'hHlfi!'" tV10, '"tn ,'lny or May, (. 1 .. , 7 . Preibate Court rooms In said district, to hear and decide upon said application d petition, and ordered public notice thereof t0 be given 10 all persons intnrcMcd theredu by publishing said order, together with the time and place or hearing three weeks successively In the Burlington W eekly I-re0 Press, a newspaper Which circulates In the neighborhood of those persons Interested in said es. tute, all which publications shall bo previous to tho day assigned for hear ing. Therefore, you are heroby notified to appear before said Court, at tho time, and placu assigned, then and there In said Court to make your objections to the granting of such license, If you see cause. Given under my hand, nt the rrobate Court rooms, tills 22nd day of April, '' MARCELLFS A. RINOIIAM, '".w.'lt Judge. DAMIvl, J. WAI.STO.N's IISTATH. STATE OF VERMONT, District of Chittenden. The Honorable the Probalo Court, for tho District of Chittenden, To tho heirs and all persons Inter ested In the cstutu of Daniel J, Wals ton, late of Hluesburgh. deceased, GREKTIVflr V Whereas, application hath been inado 10 tins court In writing, by the ad ministrator of thu estate of Dan iel J, Wnlstnn, Into of Hlues burgh, decensoil. praying for li cense nnd authority to sell tho whole of the real estntn of said deceased, representing to said Court that It would bo beneficial to tho heirs nnd all persons interested In the estate of suld dectnsed to soil the wliolo of tho real estate of said decensed, and convert tho sumo Into money, And bringing Into Court the consent nnd approbation In writing of all tho heirs to said citato residing In this State, and sot.lii" forth tho situation of the real cstnto. Whereupon, the said Court appointed and assigned the 11th day of .Mnv, 1907, at tho Probate Court rooms, in said district, to hear and decide upon said application nnd petition, and or dered public notlco thereof to Ihi given to nil persons Interested therein, by publishing said order, together with the tlmo nnd place of hearing, three weeks successively in the liurlingtnn Weekly Free Press, a l.awspnper which circulates n the neighborhood of those persons Interested in sold estate, nil which publications shnl! be previous to tho day assigned for hearing. Therefore, you are hereby notified to appear before, said Court, at tho time nnd plnce assigned, then nnd thoro in ...... , . ' ... .., fVUI 1,1.111 juui 'injection in tho granting or such license, If you Glvon under m v hanrl. nt tun nPoi.niA Omirt rooms. thU 20th nv of AnHi J MAKCELLU3 A. UlNQIIAM HAPPENINGS IN VERMONT, (Coiitlinied from First Pane) ESSEX JUNCTION. The llth annual reports of tho olllcers of the village are out and a copy can bo had nt the postofllce. The trustees report orders drawn to tho amount of $2,100.37. Tho Itemized report of the superintendent of streets, F. E. Allen, shows orders drawn to tho amount of $2,077.71. H. W. Ring, chief of tho fire department, reports nn fires during the past year nnd tho com patly tins been called out only once when n chimney burned out In Oiorgo Wheel er's house nnd then no damage was done. Tho treasurer's report shows cash on hand a year ago JrwO.ni; icrrlpta of 2,3.V),f and the amount now overdrawn Jl.'.oj, Among tho largo expenditures was the payment of an old order, No, 87, for $000 and Inter est amounting to fl.1.50. Tho water de partment showed receipts of 1,!4S.2,1! from individual takers, J1.313.ST.; from C. V. Rnllwny company for wntcr, Jl'i; from hydrants: Jl,!) borrowed from Essex Co operative Ieian association and total re ceipts of $."i.20S.17. There was paid $ri,20S.17, less cash on hand m5r,, or Jo.MiCl. The village Indebtedness Is: Water bonds, JtO,. oofl; Ksex Loan association. Jl.KOO; float ing highway debt, J300; outstanding orders, $27.10; treasurer's aivount overdrnwn, Sir..0. a total of HI.S42.1L'. A tax of only, 25 cents on tho dollar Is recommended, The seventh annual rally of the. Rnptlt Young People's union 6f the Lamoille as sociation will be held nt Essex Junction, Wednesday, May S. This association In cludes the liaptlst Young People's socie ties of Chittenden, Franklin and Lamoille e'eiunlles. Among the spenkers will be the Rev. A. F. Ffford of Fairfax, tho Rev. J. S. llrown of St. Albans, the Rev. Silas P. Perry of Rlchford, the Rev. F. D. Penny of Rurllngton nnd the Rev. George R. Stair ot Mlddlebury. William n. Johnson A Co., proprietors of Lake Champlaln creamery paid $1.34 for standard milk nnd $1.3(5 for cream for the month of Mnrch. The marriage of 7ouIs N, Dcsso and Miss Ida Devlno. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Devlno, both of E"sse.r, tool; place m the Church of the Holy Family Tuesday morning, th ecercmony being performed by the Rev. J. H. Poullot. The bridesmaid was Miss Addlo Desso, sister of the groom and the best man was John Rashaw. A wedding breakfast was served at the home of Mr, Desso nnd a reception was given them In tho evening at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Devlno. of .Mr. nnd Mrs. Devlno. Parker & Rarney have commenced ex cavating for the foundations for the new grist mill and elevator for William II, Johnson & Son. A. E. Rend Is doing the work. John Husett has bought of S. A. Rrow ne!l a piece of land on Railroad street and will put up a restaurant and bakery. Allen Alfred of Fairfax, who is visiting his aunt. Mrs. Frank Allen, Is ill of diph theria. His mother, Mrs. C. C. Alfred, enme Tuesday night to care for him. Mrs. Walter Tltamore tia. bronchitis. Mrs. Ann Whalen. who has been ill of congestion of the liver, is improving. Mrs. I,. J. Bruya, who has been serious ly ill, Is somewhat better. HINESBUEGH. The annual convocation of- LiPlotte Chnpter, O. E. S., was held Friday after noon and tho following ofilcers chosen: W. M. Miss Margarette Ii Tilley; w. P. George W. Patrick; A. M. Mrs. lyouisc Rarber; secretary, Miss Anna 13. Patrick; treasurer. .Mrs. Myra T. Degree; conduct tress, Mrs. Ijollnc Meech; associate con ductress, Mrs. Kate T. Pierce; warder, Mrs. Kmtna Hinsdale; chaplain, Mrs. Nellie Patrick; marshal, Mrs. Kate. Hull; Ada, Ml Mary E. Wright; Ruth, Mrs. Ethe'l Davles; Esther, Mrs. Marie Smith; Martha, Miss Grace Parcher -.Electa, Mrs. Kntherlne Martin; tentlnel, Truman llurrltt; organist, Miss Ellen Clare Hull. A banquet was served In the hall at sis o'clock afte- which the above olllcers were Installed by P. W. P. Elon O. Mar tin. The Congregational Ladles' Aid will give a sociable anel entertainment in the town hall Stturday, April 27. Supper will be served from five to eight ' o'clock. Spaffnrd Rowell will go to California about May 1 to live with his mother. Mrs. F. S. colemrn has taken three-year-old Irene Reynolds nnd Nellie Reynold has gone to live wlfi Mrs. H. M. Page. W. II. Sanctuary Is repairing his resi dence In the village Alfred Cate of Mnntpeller Is vMting at Frank Patrick's. Allen Cate of East Montneller mse,l Sunday at Frank Patrick's. Mr, nnd Mrs, John Qulnn have a son. Frank Chapman ha gone to Tlncoln, where he will run a creamery this summer. Mr. and Mrs, Roger Lyman are parents of a son. The Rev. and Mrs. A, P. Locke are located at the Baptist parsonage. The Rev. Mr. McCnhe prenohed his first ser mon nt the Methodist church Sunday and the Rev. Van Hngan preached nt the Congregational Church Sunday. The families of the respective ministers are expected here soon. Judge Allen Is nn his way home from Florida, and passed last week In Washington, the guest of Mr. nnd Mrs, V. E. Field. He writes that the weather there has been cold nnd damp, and while visiting Richmond, Va finite a little snow fell. After visiting his (laughter In Sprlnglield, Mass., he will re turn to Vermont. Large quantities of maple sugar of good quality have been made here this season nnd sap Is still running.--Mrs. Mary Wright was at homo from Essex over Sunday. William Clif ford Is In very poor health. One of George Palmer's horses broke an ankle while making Its trip to Rurllngton Monday morning near Georgn Mansfield's house and wns exchanged for another horse to finish tho trip. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Rrnwnson have gone to the Ixion Lake House, Ixion Lake, N. Y where they have c.hnrg of the lodge. Their daughter. Marv. is tn hn table girl nt tho holel. They go for the summer. The younger children will stay with their grandmother, who lives In tha village. JERICHO. JI. and Mrs. J, H. S.ifford are visiting relatives in St, Allmns and Swanton. Mrs. Frank K. Howe, wno was called t' Ohio about two months ago by the seri ous Illness of her mother, returned Fri day. She wns nccompanled home by her mother. Mote than $10 wns pledged by tho Ladles' Aid society at the meeting Fildny with Mrs. Wilbur. Tho condition of Mrs. Jay Shaw Is more comfortable. Matthew Turney hns returned from a visit in M'jntpeller and is boarding nt the hotel. A social will be held at tho Raptlst par sonage Friday evening under tho auspices of the liaptlst Young People's Fnlon Oeorgo Ilrlnkwaler will move Into the Rlxby house, for the present Misses Julia and Iiura Carroll were at home over Sunday Mrs, Nettle Johnson nnel daugh ter, Minerva, have been visitors at .Tu mo How's.-Miss Allda Uooth, who lus been passing some time with her sister, Mrs. Jennlo Small, lias roturned home. While faint Sunday morning, Mrs. Elsie Rawson, mother of Mrs, E. li, Williams, tell In such a manner as to sustain a slight frncturo of tha hip. Mrs. 15. H, Mann lias returned from Uurllngton where she has been stopping several weeks. Several people were In Ourllngton Mon day and Tuesday e witnesses in the case of Georgo Wllley ognlnst Hnrly Hanley Miss Sadie Underbill was at home over Btitntny. Edmund Kllpeck, who receptly returned from Taunton, Mass., Is work ing for Charles Osborn. Mrs. Sarah Sanders has gone to Essex Junction to rejnnln with her daughter for seime tlmo. Tho Rev. C. II. Atwoeid attended tho meeting of the Congregational club In Rurllngton Monday. Arthur Casey Is nt home from North JTnder'hlll. where he lias been working for C. G. Curtis. -The receipts from the pledges mndft by tho members of the Todies' Aid society have been Increased to SHELBURNE There will be n new maple sugar socl able nt tho Methodist Church parlors Tuesday evening, April 30. It Is expect ed that the new pastor, the Rev. Mr. Watson nnd Mrs, Watson will be pres ent nnd nil will have an opportunity to meet them. Mr. nit.1 Mrs. Ratlso lessor, Jr., are the parents of u son, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rlgelow tho parents of a daughter. Aubrey Poole has opened a wheelwright shop In the west end ot Chnrllo Crew's blacksmith shop, W. A. Weed, Jr., who has been In Argentina, S. A., for three months, Is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Weed. Shelburne orjoperatlvc crenmery paid Its patrons $!.&) for 4 per cent milk or K2'2 cents for butter fat, for the month of Mnrch. The license commissioners held n meet ing In the town hall Tuesday morning S i give tho nppllcants for license a hearing. There were two applicants for second class nnd ono for first-class license. A llrst class license was granted to Edward Lawrence nt a fee of $7fA Mrs. W. R. Turner and Miss Harriet Turner, who have been visiting relatives here, re turned to MonlrenI Monday. Tho holy communion will be celebrated at Trinity Church today at ten o'clock in oh sorvancn of St. Mark's day. The Forest ers will hold a basket dince Fridny even ing. The Shelburne nri-iiestrn will furnish music. Arthur Gosselii of Burlington visited nt his home here Tuesday. J, Watson Webb. Is passing a few days nt Shelburne House. Mrs Perclval has re turned from Rutland, where she passed a fortnight with relatives. Elizabeth and Ellsworth Weeks entei -alned a number ot their young friends a the rectory Satur day evening. A small fire oceurrM at Dr. II. H. Re.-ul's early Wednenlay morning. The members of the househ'.ld were awakened by flames in tho stairway nnd had a nar row escape. Frank Pn'vln, employeel on the place, was nearly suffocated. Tho loss Is small. The fire caught from a smould ering stick of wood In the dining room. RICHMOND. W. O. Chumberlaln lias purchased from Sheldon Whltcomb a building lot adjoin ing tho Norton block and will build a double block, s'tnllnr to the Glensou block. Mrs. Beatrice Hostwlck, who has been the guest of her mother for several days, returned M'mday to North Troy, where she Is employeel as a steno grapher. Jae k and C-irl Jones of Bur lington passed Sunday with their pnrents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. J'mes. Mr. and Mrs. James Barrett and .laughter of Mont peher nre the gucsti of Mrs. Rarrett's father Michael Murphy. J. W. Mc Garghan was In town over Sunday, John Cunnlnghnm of Rostra, who hns been In town several days, h is returned home. C. I,, llesett and M:s. Chatles Rasett passed Sunday in Uurllngton. Dr. J. C. Murphy of Hluesburgh was tho guest of his father Sunday. E. A. Rhoads was In Wlnooskl Monday. -M-s. W. C. Fuller has returned from North Wllllstnn, where she was the guest of Mrs. James Kennedy for several days. TI.e funeral of Caslmere Deforge. who died Friday morning after a short Illness, at the advanced age of P." years, was held at the Church of Our Lady of thy tloly Rosary Monday morn ing nt nine o'cloclt, the Rev. A. J. Glynn officiating. Burial was In the old ceme tery. The Rev. Francis Kimball spoke at tho Congregationj Church Sunday evening. Mls Louise I.urok has returned from Burlington, where s.ie visited friends several das. Jam. Ranett, who was recently the guet o M. Murphy and fntnlly, hns returned to M'intpellcr. R. E. Jones has purchased a new safe for tho pos1offlce.jlr. Fred Powers and son of Waterbury are vlsfllng her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. S. F. Andrews.-The Rev. E. P. Treat returned Saturday evening from Burlington, where he wns at the Mary Fletcher hospital for treatment the past two weeks. Mr. nnd Mrs. Iwmls Char land have returned from Rurllngton, where they visited Mr. Chirland'sparents. Henry Luel.i nn i family have moved to Wltherbee, N. Y., where he Is employed as a carpenter.- The Rev. Frances Klm IkiII. Mrs. W. T. Tilley and Mr". W. W. Miller were anion visitors in Rurllngton Monday. Mark Berry of Burlington passed Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mr. John Berry. Samaritan Ixxlge of Odd Fellows nnd Queen Esther l.odre of Rebkahs will observe the fcSth anniversary of the found ing of tho Odd Fellows at tho Congrega tional Church Sunday evening, when tho Rev. Francis Kimball will address the lodges. Mrs. Frd Sisters has returned! from Willlston, where she has been the guest of Mrs. Francis several weeks. Mr. Fitzgerald of Montpellor Is visiting Ids uncle, Martin Purtel. Frank Parker of Essex Junction was In town yesterday, A wedding reception was given Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert Rlggs last evening at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rlggs Refreshments were served, The Rev. Evan Thomas of Essex Junc tion will officiate nt the Congregational Church Sunday morning. E. B. Andrews is seriously ill. Miss Zo Towers has re turned from Bane were she has been visiting several days. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lucia left yesterday for their new home In Mlneville, N Y. G. K. Goodrich and family will occupy the housu vacated by Mr. Lucia. HUNTINGTON CENTER. Leslie Taft of Bristol visited relatives In totu over Sunday. Mrs. Jane Fuller of Starkkboro has been visiting hero tho past week. Mltchel Remington of nines burgh visited his sister, Mrs. 8. J. Randall the llrst of tho week. School commenced Monday with Mrs. Georgia, Plerco as teacher. Mr and Mrs. G, W, Bagley visited at Bristol the llrst of the week. Joshua Brown sawed off part of his thumb whlbi Jointing staves at Bartlett & Co.'s mill Monday, G, W. Brewster was In Rurllng ton Monday, Hurley Sargent has gone to Jonesvllle to work for Bartlett & Co, The whist club met with Mr. and Mrs, Henry Russell Wednesday evening, WEST MILTON. Mr, and Mrs. I,eon Sevoy are the par ents of twin boys, born Monday morning, Each child weighs seven pounds and both ore strong and healthy Mr. and Mrs. O, AV. Granger were In Burlington Tuesday. The roads ere In fairly good condition and rain would do lots of good now, WEST BOLTON. Mrs. A. A, Hall of BuiHngton Is visit ing nt W. II, Btrecter's.-Mrs (',, W. Kel Insrg of lkirre Is In town for n few dnys. E O. Rohonon of III 1a Motto Is visit ing his father, W, A. Rohonon. O, F. Ilapgood died Sunday night after a short Illness, F, A. Fuller of Jericho Center was In town Monday Mrs. E. R. Fay of Jericho was called hero Sunday to help cre for hex brother, a, F. Hujrood. WILLISTON. Roscoe Charles Maco and Miss Alice Ethel Ishnm, dnughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. II. S. Ishain, were married Tuesday even lug by tho Rev. O. W. Hrown, D, D of Rurllngton nt the homo of tho bride's parents, The wedding cere mony was followed by a supper and reception, nfter which Mr. nnd Mrs. Mnce left on a wedding tour In Ros ton nnd New York. The bride's mother was attired n the dress she wore 22 yenrs ago nt the time of her marriage to Mr. Tshnm. Among tho guests pres ent were Dr. W. R. Kltson of, Caven dish, Mr. nnd Mrs. O. W, Taft nnel Miss Lillian Osborn of Essox Junction, M. E. Tilley nnd Miss Margnret Tilley of n.irllngton nnd the Misses Mabel, Eu nice and Nellie Pryor ot South Rur llngton. WESTFORD. H. W. Belden paid $1.2S per bundled for March milk. Richard Norton has gone to Burlington to work at painting and paper hanglng.-The Rev. Mr. Kidder will holel a pmyer meeting In tho Congregational Church Sunday morning at 10:30. Edward Macla has bargained for the farm former ly owned by Babln Sheldon. The Wednes day evening prapor meeting was held at Mrs. Hemnn Learned''. Farmers are genernlly gathering their buckets and nn average crop of maple sugar Is reported. SOUTH BURLINGTON, A son wns born to Mr. nnd Mrs. Ed win Krupp April 11. ST. GEORGE. C. S. Allen Is In a critical condition from a throat trouble. Georgo Rucl has moved with his family to the Gllman block In Hlnesburgh so as to be ner his wdrk. Ben II. Forbes Is slowly gaining, nnd Is about the house met of the time. Miss Carrie Small has re'urned 'tr im Essex, where she pitted a few days with her sis ter. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Hinsdale anel son, Mitchell, have returned from Waterbury, where they visited relatives the pist two weeks. The Rev. J. Hall Long of Bethel hns been engaged as speaker In Hlne.j burgh on Memorial day. Mr. nnd Mrs. George Smith of Huntington were at A. J, Downer's Sunday. MILTON. The condition of Cyrus Holcombe, who has been critically 111 of pneumonia the past week, Is, owing to complications and hi.s advanced age, considered hopeless. Frank Benham has returned to Boston nfter a few day with his parents, Mr. and Mrs, J. S. Henham, Mrs. Julia Hall of South Hero Is visiting her brother, H. H. Fuller. Miss Bertha Hewey has re turned from a visit In Fairfax accompan ied by her llttlo nephew, Elden Hwey. The many friends of the Rev. JI. H. Ryan are pleased that ho is to return to this charge for another year. George Mlnckler wns called to Grand Isle Tuesday by th serious Illness of his nephew, WilIN Mlnekler William Flymi of Albany passed Tuesday with his mother, Mrs. Jano Flynn. EAST CHARLOTTE While nt school one day last week, Harry Blow, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Moses Blow, cut one fexit on a piece of glass which kept him rr-m school for a few days. Mrs. B. J. Clark Is at home for a few duys, but will return to Rur llngton the l,ij-t of the week, where she will pass some time with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Storrs, of Grant street, George O-dcr nnd man have late ly drawn several loads of small cedar trees from Monkton to Shelburne to the Rev. P. A. Campeau, for the adornment of the grounds about his naw house. Tho highways are quite dry and passable. Farmers are plowing nnd preparing for planting. Mice have been very destruc tive during the winter and some or chards nnd berry patches have been de stroyed. -Hay Is In de-mand by farmers as well as the regular dealers In the pro duct and Is bringing good prices, r looks as though the stock would get out to pasture rather late this spring. Th con dition of ElWha Jnckman, who Is serious ly 111, Is reputed Improved. Mrs. La Flame, the aged mother of Mrs. Thomas Bacon, who has been very 111, Is recover Inr. Susan Roscoe, th two years old dnughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Roscoe, has whooping cough Clayton Fonda re turned home Tuesday from Boston, where . hns been for three months' receiving treatment for rl-eumatlsm. Mrs. Burton Beers Is recovering from nn attack .of the grip. Frances Bradford Is 111 at her home with nervous prostration. COLCHESTER. A son was born to Mr. and Mr. John Hulburd last week. The King's Daugh ters will meet Saturday Instead of Fri day nt the parish house. Miss Florence and Mildred McRnde of Essex are visit ing relatives in town. -Walter Li Bounty of Charlotte is visiting his sister, Mrs. Arthur Baker. Mrs. Solon Rlgelow and daughter, Edith, are In town. -While drhlng to the Center Tuesday with her baby in her arms, Mrs. Vem Newton's horse became frightened and ran tip the street at a furious pace, Mrs. Newton's reined tho horse Into Mr. Lyon's yard, where he overturned the waxon by run ning over the wood pile. Mrs, Newton was severely bruised nnd the baby lud a bad bump on the forehead. CHARLOTTE. Tuesday was about tho first warm day this spring, followed by a heavy rain during the night, but Wednesday morning brought n strong cold wind from the northwest A fire starting along the railroad recently ran through several acres of wood and meadow land on the Thorp nnd C. W. Root farms. The Ladles' Aid had a social In the church parlors Wednes day evening A. A. Bylngton has been confined to tho house with Ill ness for several days. Pearl B. Cook entertained a few friends Wednesday afternoon In honor of her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. George L. Pease of Bur lington were In town Tuesday, H. W. Root has returned from California W. W, Hlgbee's office has telephone connections, UNDERHELL. A fire, which would have provexl very disastrous had It not been checked by the neighbors nnd D, W. Knlghts's mill hands, was started Saturday uftornoon by f-omo small boy setting fire to the grass In Mr. Rntohelder's meadow, The wind blew so fiercely that at one time it seemed .is If It would be Impossible to savo tho buildings of noteholder, Whltcomb & Hale. Tho mnny friends of the Rev. O. L, Ilarnnrd are pleased that h will continue hln pastorate hero another year. Miss Jessie Brown of Burlington pusiwd Sun day with her mother, Mrs. J. J. Monahan. Wright Colegrovo and C. H. Stygles were In Rurllngton Tuesday. Mrs. Clark Graves, who went to the Mary Fletcher hospital last week, has undergone a very successful operation for appendicitis, Madame Jackson and Miss Bsfford of Jerlrho called on friends hero TueseUy, A very pleasant surprise party was given Wright Cole grove at tho homo of his par ents, Tuesday evening by a number of the young popl. HUNTINGTON. Mr, and Mrs. W W. Henwny went to New Haven the last of the week to visit their daughter, Mrs, Brlggs. James Dnrand, Jr., was In Vergenneg Friday nnd Satiirdoy. Miss Hazel Rates opened her school on East street Mondtiy morning. Mrs. Sarah Phillips of Uurllngton Is visit ing her seins, Alton and Gerald. School opened Monday morning with Miss Laura Sweet ns teacher. Pupils nre conveyed from tho Pierce district by A. T. Sherman and from the north end of the town by Georgo Shoperd.-MJss Knthleen Rayles Is visiting at E. R. Wymsn's In Starksboro this week. J. W. Johnson and Mr, Clif ford of Rrlstol were In town Monday. JERICHO CENTRE. The funeral of Chnrles R. Rlcknell, who died nt the Mary Fletcher hospital Tneselay evening, will bo held nt the church In this villnge Friday afternoon nt two o'clock. The Intorment will be In tho cemetery at this place, under Ma sonic auspices, Tho Woman's Home Missionary so ciety will hold Its roffular monthly meet ing at the parish house Thursday after noon at two o'clock. Geo. F. Hnpgemd died at his home Sunday night of In flamntlon of th" bowels itftor nn Illness of only a few days. Tho funeral was held nt his late home Wednesday nfter noon nnd the Interment wns In the cem etery nt this village. A. P. Goeidell, who ha been In Massachusetts, returned Sat urday night. Fannie nnd Martha Rog ers of Underhlll were visitors at their uncle's, Fre-1 Puller, the part week. Tho Village Improvement society nnd the merj i?f th church will turn nut Arbor Day, May 3, and finish grading the parsonage grounds, petting trees, etc. The ladles will serve a dinner at th.i parish house to tho workers. MILTON BORO. W. C. Blake had the underlining to his cottage laid Monday. The roads are In bad condition. Mrs. Martin Is able to ride out. Enoch White nnd family are at tlvj home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. M. White. Wilbur Shonlon Is here from Richmond. FRANKLIN COUNTY, ST. ALBANS. Tn the case of State vs. Thomas Paro, for a second offenso of Intoxication, the bonds being forfeited in IW, the case was brought forward on the docket, the Judg ment of the former term vacated and the judgment of the Justice affirmed, It being a fine of $15 costs, or tho alternative sentence In tho House of Correction. Paro will servo his sentence in Rutland. In Franklin county court Friday Judge Haselton rendered a decision In the case of Stato vs. Dennis Gilmore, charged with the sale of liquor to minors, finding the respondent guilty nnd sentencing him to pay a fine of $300. In this enso tho question was raised as to whether n licensee can be held responsible for an Illegal sale by a clerk or agent. Judge Haselton said that this was a most important question nnd should be decided by the supreme court. Sentence wns sus pended, exceptions were allowed and the cause was passed tn the supreme court. Gilmore was representee! by I,, s. Tlllotson and Elmer Johnson. The case of George C. Holmes vs. Henry Lautman and Charles W. Steele, an action of trover Is now on trial. The death of Stephen D. Hopkins oc curred nt his home on Congress street at 12:30 o'clock Monday morning, after a two years' Illness of paralysis. Stephen Dewey Hopkins was born in Eno.-bnrgh January 1C isn, bring tho youngest of a family of six boys and two girls, born to Henry nnd Lois (Blalsdell) Hopkins. Mr. Hopkins camo to St. Albans In lv.S and entered mercantile life which he followed until August 182, when he responded to Ijincoln's call for volunteers and en listed In Co. I, 10th Vermont Volunteer Infantry. He was badly wounded in the battle of Bermuda Hundred, nnd had long been a sufferer from the effects of army life. Mr. Hopkins was for many years a resident of Burlington, and was prominently Identified wl'h the mulcal life of the city. lie had a fine tenor voice and w -s choir master of St. Paul's Episcopal Church for twelve oars and also sang In the choir of the First Con gregatle.nal Church of Burlington. Mr. Hopkins removed to this city about 20 yenrs ago and was deputy collector of customs for several years, and later wns connected with the Central Vermont rail way. He was twice married, his first wife being' Miss Susan Jane Hoyt. who bore him five children, four of whom, Eames R. Hopkins of Rutland, Miss Josephine H. Hopkins of Boston. Mrs. j. Barron Foss of St. Albans Bay nnd Miss Helen C. Hopkins survive. His second wife was Miss Elizabeth Merrill Todd, who also suivives him. together with one brother, Daniel Hopktns of Waterbury Center. Tho deed for the title to Ram Island now rests In the name of the St. Albans Yacht club, a clear title to the property being secured after many months of ef fort nnd research and the transfer wns made Monday. The property was. bought from Mrs. F.varts for $2'A Tho club also secures a right of way from the highway to the Georgia shore, where parties may tnke their choice of boats, (lying machines or Kwlm out to tho is land. This transfer gives the club a long desired location for a club house, which will probably be built next season, when tho lumber and building materials can be tiken ncross on tho Ice. A change In the 'acuity of Jordan hall which will be opened September 10. has been announced by Prof. C L. Jordon, who has engaged Karl Ferguson Baldwin of Liberty, Ohio, nt present a qnarter-mastcr-sergeant at Norwich I'nlverslty, as commandant In pl.ice of John H. Mears. Mr. Mears has secured a position III the college of St. Thomas at St. Paul, Minn. A hearing on the appointment of a guirdlan for Joel Wllklns, of Montgomery Center, who was recently committed to the Insane acylum nt Waterbury, was held before Judge of Probate Otis N. Kelton Tuesday forenoon nnd a guardian will be appointed. Fred DeMers has sold his tobacco store nnd news stand business, which he has conducted In the Wlloy block on Main street for the past three, years, to Frank H. Prior, who hns been In the employ of the Wlllnrd Manufac turing compnny for the past IS years. The International Correspondence Schools of Scrnnton, Pa., have opened local headquarters In tho store on Main street recently vacated by H. G. Folsom & Co, Hiram H. Sheltus of St. Johns, Que., and Miss Gertrude II, Day of this city wero married nt the Methodist Church Tuesday by tho Rev Dr. C. H. Nutter. At tho annual assembly of Columbus Council, No. 1, Royal and Select Masters, held last evening:, the following officers were elected: Thrlrc Illustrious master, Dr, Georgo O. Mitchell: deputy master, Fred C. Armstrong: principal conductor of work, Daniel R. Dntvforth; treasurer, Otis N, Kelton; recorder, John E. Rhodes; csptaln of th iruard. A. Clinton Kent; conductor, Charles A, Oliver; ms.r fhal, Lucius A, White, steward, Merrill D. Armstrong; Mntlnel, Qeortfr N, WIIIU-ton, fO 4,...M til.-' t 1 taxoa utxm Dis 1MHf Ht?ht nlmf i Vl'l fPlMn V n f f nrtwtnn rind la t. UU 1 Iioimns VS. ilnnrv T-nmmr.nn nrwi n V ru:ifj win nc rnaumfi i-iis rnoniinir i HI" UIVU If 111 ;11II It Ci Il ll Klll-i V Krnpftt K. Flurklnj tho nntltinn win n f-ntae.T mnl V.Ann.tn - f U .-1 .... . nrougtu ny tnp htiftbarui. BEAVER. Mr. and Mm. KAwm Strait visited th Hotvpy and dnntrhtf r M( ton vlRlt. Mrs. Carry Howry H-iturd.iv Mr Or tin' j .tiis.i i mi wi i id ii i n i s i TlT I ii-iili.,. n i.. Irv.r1i wan nt hntne n part of ln wt-ck Miss Mfltml Oiton of Falrfix visaed Afa Wilklns's Tridny. HIGHGATB SPRINGS. Nellie Hoomhour retu ed home Su .),.. ...nni.. . Tr . Peters nnd tlniishtnr. IMIfh of Shel.l visited relatives In town .Saturday FLETCHER, Clayton DavK w n ts working '"rs-t ii ..-.-" i nuit'iiij w 'ii I " will Ola I.abounty visltod In twn Mondu Tho farmers nrn now Imsv natherl 4 Kl- t 1. - l . . i nvir imr-Kt'is uiwi ail Ptl won pieflp rtr t'n inn! i v nriva r.fflifc1 ivn nvaM thr iounds. A Fon was born t0 and Mm. I.l!o Umstr. April 16 -Mr a Mrs. Tforbort MrPiion nrn tho narftnts a daiiffhtor born April IS. SWANTON. I nm pnmmnniiv Te-n K ptrii r snnr V... un An.l, C,,rn.. .nl,, 1 1 uiaiNthe. jus, j'ui-ji nivn uim i wlii f from her home on Sceoi.t street to t ot her parents, Mr. and Mrs O married last October to Dr KPch ' funeral wns at the residence of F urown, a iiromr, on 1 one Prren' .u'jii' afternoon at 1:30 very InrRely attended nt th hime of lirvilSnr frvm1nv n f t e.fn OftM . Itl t?ev UHllMeiw ouium mm. ill's uci'n . i r. linn. irnrun 11 inn nr. v hiiik nne'i' and Dayton Webster Ntar'v a'l p' ' eif business were closoel ilurlrj- t1 f- I-iterment tos in Rli ts le e n . Frank Rushey, a life !..nir res d P wanton, died of heart fei lure. Mor e'venlnp, after an illness o a few b Ho was section boss on th- R' J & I Inp. -J. H. T. MeI.eod i ' Ottawa leased one of K. M Rronti-s houses will move hero Mnv 1 w en ' nssu man between Swnnton and O'tnwa ( eiucior .unroll, wno suri-pfiisi icurpi" r. son on in,. K.ime rim. w 1 a so mo p family here The Home and Forltm ( . 1 . ii . . , 41.,. r.... .......... l Church will meet with Mrs A L. C an Illness of several weeks, was h the Catholic Church Tue-lnv. J. H. Nlles expects t bae Mw .... TV . In., e.lll tlirt hit' DPfinninfcr eo iiifiipjipar j if kh' launch which Mr. Nlles intends iirr- idin Liir ici I t l"s i ul i ii irniiiiica-i and resort to tne old sail metnexl wl naa lor rwo or wiree wee-ns. i-eumiK past three days b.ir s'rinKS of pike een iaKn wun nooK aiu i ' i and from early morning un'u darie. InK boats aplenty can be se-cn T-e D. J. Foster is exne'tel t aik n l'anama here Monda eer x nil i ausplcs of the Truiuahur.R- ' h T.a11 la n.l.inn- .... n I Ml rt,'m n his house. The Swantm M' 'i'v pnny Is drllllnK r'K" ' a rz now full ranks and m..sesa reiri -e m- nnco. Conductor Mirsh i 's - . f n,...,An ..n 1 1- Cnna Atl passencer train, his le-ifel a h use will' move brre Ma 1 Ward Ra who has been seriously '11, 1" able out. MONTGOMERY CENTEK of mnnle suirar tn s soison n rno ' Mill men complain t'-it losr' rlttv this sprint,'. Tho dema'nl for and butter tubs is heavy. Tin. local W. C. T. T will "III service In the Congregational Ch ir ti day evenlns-. H. o, W wl" i id nan wero in Minnn jni.in' Wrlj-ht nnd C. A l!T,l n Were In lhiKton Tuesday and Wednesd v of week attending th" fl'st a"' u Sv- vpntion of tne ret.i ' n.or"'i iti's -f mont. C. T. Hn'! s arte 1 f-r Ch Tuesday Mr. nrd v s I P Cam who have been pas'tH t w -saehutetts, have r- d h MONTGOMERY The Rev. J. F. Raxcndalc r ' from conference Monday even nsr Mansfield conducted unt 1 Monday Methodist Episcopal Church fund the absence of tho pator. GEORGIA. Pearl Gabree and 1 .a" ( hoth of Georgia, were married April the Rev C. W. Clark The remni Mrs. Kmlly (Post) Hill or Obienso a f.n. M-..1 1... .....1 ...... ot iiucirti ity inu ivev. . , i.miiv, mi at tho Kast Plain cemetery Thurs ...l. 4111 HU'ih'." " Henr' Post. The aged mother Mrs, !.. ulir.Hvpa llAr. tholllfl in fc.blA ) Kxtenslve repairs are to be miide the Congregational paisorage ( Rnkcrstlel.I. returned Tuesday te Pike's. Henry I.al'ountnln of St. nnd Lucy Pelkey of tho Province o bee were married by tht.Rev. C. W. TucscHy. Floyd Hrooks Is abou house. Mrs. Deforest Judd Is very pneumonia. The town schools opened for tne spring term. i i"' tcr Miss Parmlee or St. .Mnans n: small pupils in the brick school hous Miss Mncomber tho older ones in tne ...., nirv.'i i-iiif. n.i icluv npnlBUTBP nP.lMTTT.P Farmers about here nr. satisfle. tho amount of sugar made nnd nr' Ing for tho sap to stop running so gather their buckets Mrs. T Paxmnn Is 111. airs. Annie Ren Ixiwell, Mass., Is visiting her p. it. row, .1 rn. . 11. n nvi'ii ..i Mrs, Caleb Combs of Montgomery ed their parents, Mr. and Mrs, Uidd, Sundny. Cortes Chafl'eo has to repair hi hat ns. Miss Rortha has returned to the Rnosburgh scnooi. cscnoois nave neKuu in iew theso teachers. Miss Aura Rerry nilli' umiriit mm .ii?" .,..1, i,,i lilt' . ii ici . ,iton iiiik. . ,,o Ing In Rlchford. EAST BERKSHIRE. Misses Grace and Florence Rou vUttlng their !Mer, Mr. W. A,