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Jolinsbury. -Mrs Young of Drattle-
ulay nt M. unci Mrs, K. M. Young's.
s. T. Htono went to the Mnry Flctehor
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s Iti town nro Mrs. Kiitliaii Utiba nnd
. i.eoiinrii, or nanon hi m. n. imm s
s ,iuti Htniln Heaver una son, iwic,
Woodstock and Icon Sniltli, who lias
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ll I I ,1 , U I II I lh l-H JJ".' il irnm tiri nm jii
Kendall Co., nt the homu of their
cnts, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ira Smith. Mrs.
irles Moslcr nnd daughter, Marion,
i hao br.cn piifwlng the winter In
nugliis Rtfk ot St AllKins was In town
urday Tho condition of Mian May
tirlnn flrni'im . wlifi lint hnnn 111. Im lln-
vlng. Mr, and Mrs. Edwin Strait went
orin nnenion aaiurnuy.
ia. win nm n oua IB I u ng in i naun.
n.r.. I In H r1 l.no r.,lllA I fl II lin.Htllllll
Mnnlit.nl in hnve tin operation tier-
-j il- ?....,...- T I..
iit'.i un mil" iii w .
I ...I1 .... lilt, pnllln ti,-.
Illeh of the Y. M C A. and V. G.
Methodist Church and the Baptist
i. c j.... ... I .. i i .. ... rt'l.n.-
bo n men's service and nt 7 p. m.
n will lie i mnsa nirntlnir at the Ilel-
l''rce Academy hall I. K. Hunt Is
dr and It looked as though sprint;
coming. It was a Rood sap day Sim
The farmers have ninde about 3 1-2
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ilim i,l uiiil in nil in r. o. if. iv. ....
Keezcr farm Mrs. H. II. Phelps left
ru fir a week with his daughter,
George Hewlns. In Massachusetts.
le-in'o Parson has recovered. -Mrs. I.
itte hns tone to the Mnry Fletcher
il nt for tteain 'it. -Mrs. 11. ('. Ftul
ind "on rwisH 'd Tuesday In Hurling-
J K. Kendrirk of Providence. R. I..
,,. ,.-.. TUHI-I..1 lirtlnr Mlnni le 111
IP I'll II HA I I II 1 1 1 1 1 , ii. y.im .io kjll.-.
butter fat and Jl 32 for liindaid milk.
company Is Intending to put tip pens
keep hops to food the butter milk to.
Ire finite, n little more for the patrons
'I, I' , i. ' i. iiniiiHiii. .iii. j .,.., v
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Morri ,oi . o' old age. She was an
rcI1ent She 'eaves a husband and
r,l l sun ,1 111 WiiilKll li'l ;. ill,' tfiiimi
n' Fi.nl rw'i Corners cemetery. In
aset the Itev. Mr. Burke Sun-
Prlncip.i' M. D. Chittenden read 'i
inn in il,, nmminn nnn . r.
n tic evening The Hon. S. C,
died ypril lfi, was held at St.
e'h Churcl Frldav lnorning nt ten
Albans H-iy offclated Mrs. Drls-
Jcairs a luishnnd. Patrick Prls
fojr sons, Jiitnes, (Teorge, William
John, and four daughters, Mrs.
.1 Morrison, Mrs. IZ. I,. Foley and
Charles Thomas, all of Fairfax,
,iii j-bii-iiui ii iiiiii&iiii in rieicueiT
Driscoll wax 77 years of age and
oionir resilient or Knirr.iv
Onrte r hool nt Bellows Free
lemy win open on .Monuay .Aiay -.n.
and Mrs. Hcrt Pich nre the liar-
of a baby bo oorn April
mivlinl nn,,,'.,.., ,.m I r,nlrt 1,!1
elected and installed for the ensu-
yenr: A M., Carrie SturtEvant; Vv.
J A stunevani; a. m., mez cnase;
n-v; eoiHini'i.nr, i.tna -in'riiu; ii.;-
II' l nil, I 111 I 111 , II 111,111, .111,11- , iVUilll,
More-, substitute, Allco Merrill:
Aiiinnila Chnse; substitute, Maria
Kst'nr, I'annle Craft: substitute,
i r M . -en- iiii.i il.
unite. vueiisi,T. .Moore: eicr.ni, r.nii'i
subslltnte, W'lnnlo Uurlei-on; war-
Game Itvrr.-ift: sent nel. R. L,. soule!
iuiii. null v I'll.". iuii7u.i.i. xiiii
A verv prettv sight can be
at the home of ,1. y, Kittell,
carrier who na k.i pjymnutn
c lckcTis nat-'ifd In an Incu
qnite recentlv. Mrs. John Tague,
has been 111. Is convalescent.
H M Wells and Mrs. n. If.
sin were called to Morrlsville Frl
bv th" 'Hness of relatives. Schools
' In gae Monday April 22. In the
:e srh "il tho teachers are Miss 1,11
Mc.Vfi lev, l.eo Chase and .Mls
lie Moir y -Iittlo Philip Hrennan, S
t oi nee. son oi jir. nni Mrs. ii -
Brennan, Is vexj- 111 with appenrtl-
A I,. Weeks is visiting in St. Al-
f r several day -Noble Baker re
il tab i school at Orand I.lgne, Que.,
lay morning being called here by tho
of hi' grand father, I,. B. Bakor.
SulPvnn left Monday night for Bos
B, J McPhen of Toronto, Connda,
ed Monday night In Ayer's hall on
t.III'llL.1 III IJl IllllfUUIllll'Ill IIII1IT 1,1
if Canadian parties three line horses
lan n C. C. Manuel. Sons Co.'s
r mill who has been confined to the
for vcral days, Is nble to be nt
ork ng'iln Ij. H. Gieen of Knowlton,
was In town Mondiiy, Kmel
nt moved Mondny from the Knight
iiica to Mrs. Fuller's house on
nee street Owen Coons, who has
In feeble health for overnl months,
Smith, at conference, Arthur Man-
had charge of tho morning service
ho He J. II, Wallace of Lowell th
ng servlco Sunday nt tho Methodist
h. The Mioses Maud and Nellie
ley, who have employment In Bur-
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series of young men's meotlngs un-
lie auspices of tho Franklin County
C. A. was held In Ayer s hall Sun-
Falls conducted the meeting. Ar-
tintos passed Sunday in Franklin.
unerni or i.uiner ii. isaner, wno Ulcu
Ull III'M I1IHF. ui iiiu iiuiiiu ill iiia luil.
r, iii jtini. jiii;iiiiii ii, hiipi iirui ,iinn
fternoon at tho latter plnco with In-
. I.. ,V,n IIIItD,n Ann.lrt..
of ball scheduled for Saturday with
,muntiifn tuirn npnnn wK rnnpniidri
to (old weather A. T. flregorie
d in Newport Sunday. Tho hlgli
1 b.iso ball team will go to Newport
day to piny the high school team of
place. A. Ij. Weeks returned from
1 1 iiiimiii mill iiut.
tho mooting of the Ladies VII
Improvement society held with
K. F. Greenwood Monday evenltif?
oiiowing omcers were elocteu:
J. M. Jeffords, president; Mrs. F.
uivii, .nm. a, i -. urav n vri. .1. i-i.
, Miss M, A. Ttlloy, vlce-presl-
: Airs. It. Ii. JMnl'Sll. trenaiir,.
E, F, Greenwood, secretary; Mrs.
Marsh, Mrs. C. M. Pratt, nowor
llttee; Mrs. A. P. Davis, Mrs. H.
Imbnll, Miss l.oulso Clark, liter.
ommlttee, Owing to lack of sup
whereby tho lecture course tho
two years has been it losing; ven
It was voted not to hnvo a course
omlng season. The Junior Y. M,
boys served Ico crenrrt to rela-
nnd friends in Jnnes'H hnll Mon
venliiK. Mrs. W. It, Parker, wlw
has been In Essex for some months,
If In town this week. She Is nccom
pnnled by Mrs. McOoofjan, Her broth
er, W. B. Plerson, wnn with her Tues
day, retimed to Burlington that
evening. C A. .Tnnes of the sto.mi
laundry Is III. Mrs. V.. N. Judd's con
dition cnntlnuea to hn very serious.
Mrs. A. A. Hunter hns recovered sum
clcntly to sit tip. 13. .1. Pnrmeleo Is
suffering from n Fevere cold. Mr. and
Mr,s. Arthur tivory nnd son, Krwln, of
Burlington, passed Sundny here. Thv
were on their return from a visit In
Canada and left here Tuesday. Tho
depot ynrd wns crowded nt nil early
hour Tuesday with teams londed with
syrup for the Carey Mnplo Sugar com
pnny. Four cars will be loaded before
they nro through. Butter shipment
from this station Tuesday was 2G,37ii
Iounds. O. Merrill Is In Indlnnapolls
this week. The thirteen members of
tho Philemon club who went to Swan
ton Friday evening reported n royal
welcome nnd n great fenst. The next
mooting will be with the Philemon
clul) here May 3. J. II. Tatro is mov
ing to the tenement in F. A. Oleed's
ImiiBP. Dr. o. o. Aboil accompanied
Paul Bushey to St. Albnns Friday
where he was operated on for Intestl
nul obstruction. The enso Is consid
ered a very serious one. The union
service nt the Free Baptist Church
Sunday was well attended. Tho ap
peal of Mr. Bnbcoc.k, trensurer ot tho
County Sundny School association,
found n ready response. Mr. Babcnck
was entertained whllo here by the Hev.
A. I. llavls. Monday a meeting of the
executive committee of tho county as
sociation whs held to arrange for tho
township Institutes to be hold through
out the county In May nnd June. The
schools In the town districts opened
Mondny. A few weeks ago the farm
ers thought there would be but little
sugnr made. Now they fear it will
never slop Vomlng. William Kimball
hns sold his livery business to his
fnther and left Monday for Janesvllle.
Wis. I,. II. Halt's new automobile ir-l-lved
Monday. The senior class of tho
high school will present "The Blue nnd
tho Oi-ny" In opera hall Friday even
ing. The condition of Mrs. 10. N. .Itldd
remnlns very erltlenl. Morrill Irish
returned to Burlington Monday. Miss
Kntie O'Brien went to BurllnRton
Monday where, she has employment.
W. i Noble received n tolegrnm Tues
day announcing the death of bis mother,
Mrs. Chester W. oNblc, who went about
a week ago on a visit to a ulster in New
port. Mr. Noble 1-'t immediately for New
port. .1. I,. Bergeron, foreman on the
new Catholic Church Job, has been ill for
a' few dnys. He left Tuesday for his homo
In nurllntftMi for a brief rMt. W. M.
Towlo returned Tuesday from conference
In St. Jolinsbury. Mrs. J. M. Jeffoids re
turned from the same plnee Monday.
Mrs. Franc Stone and daughter, .Tosle
are in town for a few days this week.
Kent Perley left Wi dneFday for Tilton,
N. II., where he passed te night and
will Jn'n the rest ot the family at Frank
lin. N H., to-day. They will proceed to
Boston and sail on tho White Btftr
hteamer Romanic S.Kurday morning nt
nine oclock for a European trip of a
few months. Mlfw Elizabeth ICImba.ll, who
has been 111, Is improved. Ij. C. Rich, who
hns tieen ill for two weeks with pneu
monia. Is fllowly Improving. Mrs. I.. A.
Wild arrived here Tuesday called by the
death of her mother, Mrs. C. W. Noble,
aged V years, who died so suddenly In
Newport. The funeral will be held to-day
and burial will be in Main Street come
tery. Mr. and Mrs. C. I.. Marsh, Mr. and
Mrs. F. W. Draper and Miss Ruth
Draper will leave hero next Monday for
about a month's vacation in the South,
which will Include a visit to the Jamefl
town exposition.
The Womans' Christaln Temperance
union met with Mrs. M K. Hammond
Wednosd.iv afternoon. The Womans'
Home Mt'slon society will meet with
Mrs, Jones Wednesday aNmoon, May 1.
Mr-". John T. Callau of the Jackson dis
trict was called to Hommlngford, P. Q
Monday by tho sudden death of her sister,
Mrs. Georgo Kingsbury, which occurred
Friday night of fatty degeneration of tho
heart. Teams with from two to six fish
ermen are seen dally driving to points on
tho river and creek. Good cntchos of plks
aro reported.
W. Ij. Tllotson and A. C. Reeil attended
the road commissioners' meeting at St.
Albnns Thtlisday.-W. O. Start Is ill with
a bronchial trouble. Joseph Young and
Miss Ellen Tatro were married Sundny
morning, April 21, by the Rev. D. Sulllvnn.
Clyde Whoelock was In Burlington Mon
day. Tho Ijlternry eoclety met Monday
evening with, Mrs. Guy II. Start. Tho sub
ject discussed was "The Crusades of the
Middle Ages." Mrs. Frank Davis is seri
ously ill.
Dr. n. E. Welch has been appointed
health ofllcor J. R. Andorson went to
Esex Junction Wednesday to visit his
daughter, Mrs. C. C. Adam. Tho ninny
friends of the Rev. O. B. Wells are
g:lnd that ho Is to remain here another
year. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Hopkins worn
In St. Albans Wednesday to attend the
funeral of his uncle, S. D. Hopkins.
The farmers havn nenrly all finished
sugaring, nnd hnve. made more sugar
nnd syrup thnn for several years,
Mrs. John Arifl, who hns been In Wal
den for four weeks, lias returned homo.
Allen Lumbra has gone to Simsonvllle
to work for Hnrvoy TJomlnn. Mrs. H, H,
Hllllnrd, who has been visiting In town,
has returned to Burlington. Mr. and
Jrs, John Donla of Heotorvlllo are tho
guests of Mr. and Mrs, John Ariel.
Mrs. John Monteith and Mrs, Ilerbejt
Rnnvllle nre 111. H, S. Jnwett has moved
Into Hnrvoy Dcunina's tenement and Is
working for Mr. Domlna. Mrs. I,. Mur
ray, who passed the winter with her
daughter, Mrs. K. J. Shnnirrnw, has
turned home to EnM Berkshire. Tho
Rev Mr Wells or Sutton, P. Q., will
preach nt the Advent Church Sunday.
A Manufacturer Hr com menu II,
O. S. Rlxford, manufacturer of axes and
scythos at East Hlghtfate, Vt,, writes: "I
am pleased to Inform you that your
Golden Oil has given excellent satisfac
tion. I havo made application to my
horses In various ways nnd always with
good results." eod&w.
Mrs. Lane, daughter and sou have re
turned from Charlestown, N, If. Mrs.
Snyder has returned from Orange, N. J,,
whet ft she has been for the winter.
Wednesday of last week the Indies' Aid
norilefv uprveit n. ttsh rilnnur tn nnnnU
at Wallace Robinson's, RepresentiUlva
T, B. Ijiindon entertalnod the whist club
Friday twining. Dainty refinuhnients
worn served, John Robinson is 111 with
pneumonia. John London, need 93 years,
fell Thurnlny nnd broke his hip -)r und
Mis, C'tiroii entertained her brother and
family from Montreal Sunday, Mr.
Phelps nnd family have removed from
Allmrgh to their homo on South stroot.
MIsm Maude Uindon, who In teaching In
Alburgh, passed Sunday at home. Miss
Mary Hlbhard of Grand Isle was tho guest
of Mr. and Mrs. Edson Robinson Satur
day, II, C. Keeler ot Burlington Is visit
ing relatives In town. Mrs. Donovan has
returned from tho West accompanied by
her nunt.
Frank Booth has gone to work In
Watervllle nt the mason trade. There
was a dnnce nt Isle LnMottc In tho town
hnll, Wednesdiiy, April 17, In charge of
II. J. Tooth.
Mr. Wllklns and family havo taken pos
session of tho hotel nt East Alburgh re
cently purchased by him of Mr. Phelps.
The house Is being repaired by Mr. Wll
klns. Mr. Pheljw has moved to South
Hero where he will reside on his farm.
Miss Maude Parrls of Fairfax, who
teaches school here this spring, boards
with Mrs. Lenlca Hnzon. William Clark
of Haverhill, Mass., Is stopping nt tho
hotel nt East Alburgh. The strong west
wind of tho past week hns broken tho
Ico from the west shore of the bay. Jed
P. 1,-uld of Burlington Is In town.
Mis. Margaret Rlcard, who hns been
visiting In Kansas City, Mo., for sovornl
months, ha. returned and Is nt tho home
of A. M, McCallum. Josdpli Earl and son
of Providence nre In town buying horsoi
Keith Edwards Is 111. Mrs. J. W. Rey
nolds of Milton visited her sister, Mrs. J.
J, Stewart last Sunday, -Mr. and Mrs.
C. J. Spauldlng havo been entertnlning
the lntter's mother from Burlington for
several days. M. A. Lessor, who has been
seriously 111, Is abln to be out. II. G.
ljssor of GleiiH Falls, N. J., passed sever
al days with his paronts hero last week.
William Clark of Haverhill, Mass., a
farmer resldont of this town Is visiting
friends here.
Hiram Tobias seems to be a little bot-tor-Wlllls
M luckier Is still critically 111
and but little hopu is entertained of his
recovery. A sou was born to Mr. and
Mrs. C. C. Kinney Saturday. A daughter
was born to Mr. and Mrs. C. Holmes re
cently. Mr. and Mrs. Eben Powell of
Fairfax visited at Seward Tcbo's Sundny.
The ladies' Aid will meet with Mr. and
Mrs. R. E. Samson for dinner today
Mr. Gomo, the butter maker at Ram
son's creamery. Is 111 and unable to work.
Tho condition of Mrs. S. G. Macomber
f.eems to bo somewhat Improved. Miss
Mildred Hnbbcll Is working In the cen
tral telephone office. Miss Fannie Aldrich
Is stopping In Plattsburgh. The steamer
Ticondfroga came to Gordon's Landing
Mrs. M. M. Lewis of Rutland, tho guest
of Mrs. L. F. Soule, returned home Sat
urday. Daniel Boyce, who has been 111
with pneumonia. Is now convalescent.
Little Bdlth Valentine is quite rick. Sid
ney Hutchlns nnd IrvHnjr Duba. have gone
to Alln's point, wihore they are to havo
oharge of the drawbridge tho comlm po-jj.
son. The Lvdles' Aid coclety will glvo a
i-oclal In thn vestry of tho Methodist
Church Thursday evening, Mrs. J. Dun-
eansnn of Detroit. Mich., Is tho guest of
plster, Mrs. J. S. Goodfellow.
I'nund Itcllrf from Itching: Piles.
J. B. Farmer, carriage manufacturer at
Brome Corners, Que., says: "I wish to
tell the public what iUlt'a Golden Oil his
done for mo. I have used it for itching
piles and found relief when nothing els,j
would do mo any good. I can truly j.y
that It Is tho best llnament I ever saw. I
have also used It for scratches and sores
on hones nnd cracked teats on cows, and
found It a sure cure." eod&w.
Mrs. Truman Thompson died nt the
homo of her daughter, Mrs. Sara Judsnn,
at an early hour Thursday morning. Mrs,
Thompson was In her t-3rd yeiar and was
probably the oldest person In Stowo.
Fnnornl services were held Saturday
atternoon at the home of Mrs. Sara
Judson for Mrs. Loulso Blcknell
Thompson, who died Thursday of the
grip. The burial was made In P.Ivor
Bank cemetery by the nldo of her iius
band, Truman Thompson, who died
about 12 years ago. The arrangements
weio In charge of E. B. Cobb. Mrs.
Thomption was 93 years of age and the
oldest person in Stovve. She wns born
In Enfl,eld, K, II.. In June, IS! 4. but
came to Undorhlll when a child nnd
lived In that vicinity until I8K4, when
sho camo, with her husband, to whom
Bho was married In IS3T, to Stowe In
1SB4 nnd had since resided here. Mrs.
Thompson's mother, Betsey Dustln,
wns a granddaughter or r;rcat grand
daughter of Hannah Dustln, who wns
captured by Indians during an attack
upon Haverhill, Mass., In HID. Her
husband and seven children escnped
but after seeing her youngest child
killed, the mother nnd her nurse were
carried off nnd placed lu charge of an
Indian family of two brnves, three
squaws and seven children. On their
way to a lnrge Indian village they
halted for the night on an Island In
the Merrtmnc near the present Con
cord, N. H. During their Bleep Mrs.
Dustln, Mrs. Neff nnd an English youth
named Samuel T.eonardson, killed and
scalped the Indians, except ono squaw
and n small boy. Wrnpplng the scalps
In n web of cloth which the Indians
had cut from a loom In her house, Mrs.
Dustln. with tho others, after u diffi
cult Journey, made their way home In
snfety, Mrs. Thompson retained her
fncultles to a remarkable degree and
wns about the house until within a
few days of her death. SThe leaves
two sons, L. S. Thompson of Dennlsoo,
Texas, Oeortce Thompson of Montreal,
Que., and one daughter, Mrs, Sara Jud
son of Stowo. On son, Jesse, of Stowe
dlod three years ago. She nlso leaves
four grandchildren and several ffreat
Ktnndclilldren. Goorere Thompson of
Montreal wns present nt the funeral,
The play "Valley Farm" was repeated
by the high school seniors Friday
evening, netting about 122 for the nth
letlc association The Misses McCunn
and Paul of Cambridge and Miss Freda
Thomas of Montpoller wero hero to at
tend the play. Arthur French has
been 111 several week nt the horn of
his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Edwin
French. Mrs, C. 3. Scrlbner of Boston
Is the fcuest of hor parents, Mr. and
Mrs. John Drugg. Charles Wrlsloy of
Watcrbury, who hns passed the ,wln
ler with relatives In Woodstock, On
tario, Michigan nnd Connecticut, Is tho
guest of Ills brother, J. M, Wrlsley
Amos Bettls has returned from White
River Junction nnd will carry on his
father's farm.
Miss ,Mary Wllklns, who became serious,
ly 111 Wednesday, died at her homo on
Maple street Sunday morning following
soveral yenrs' Illness with diabetes. Miss
Wllklns wns born R2 years ngo, the daugh
ter of I'rlnli nnd Polly Wllklns. She
leaves n sister, Mrs. Jnne Churohlll, and
a brother, Vernon Wllklns. Tho funeral
wa held Tuesday afternoon at two
If. U .Thoma, Stats commissioner of
fisheries and game, hajt received a letter
from Jolm W. Delano, chairman of tho
fisheries nnd gnmo department of Massa
chusetts, stilting that 1! lots of plko peroh
shipped from Canadian waters have, boon
oonaseatod In that State, The lawn there
prohibit the killing and transportation
of those fish during the breeding season,
not only In the State but from outsldn of
tho State. The sugar season has probabty
closed In this vicinity, the crop averaging
between three and four pounds to a tree.
II. E. Shaw hns shipped 2,600 gallons of
syrup to market during the past week.
Funeral services for Miss Mary Wllklns
were hold on Tuesday afternoon nt her
homo conducted by tho Rov. Eliza M. II.
Abbott. The bearors wero four nephews
of tho doceoood, W. F. Churchill, L. L,
Harris and Forest Wllklns of Stowe and
C. II. A. Stafford of Morrlsvilte. The burial
wn.s mnfl In River Bank cemetery, Tho
Foreign Missionary society of the Congre
gational Church will meet with Mrs. 11.
A. G. Abbe for study this afternoon
at three o'clock O. W. WTlnley nnd
daughter, Hazel, of Morrlstown are guests
of Mr, Wrlsley's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Wrlsley. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
French nro visiting relatives In FcttIs
burgh. Guy Holden 'has recovered from
an attack of diphtheria and tho quarantine
hi been removed. -Ezra Russell of North
Dakota Is visiting his sister, Mrs. Sarah
Luce. This Is Mr. Russell's first visit to
his native town In 43 years. Mrs. A. N.
Torrlll Is 111 with the grip. Mrs. J. O.
Tomllnson l recovering from an nttnek
of tho grip. The school dlroetora hav
threo teachers yet to provide for tho town
schools and aro unable to 8"t tho time for
the term to begin. -Miss Esther Marshall
Is at homo from Woodstock. Tho many
friends of tho Rev J. Q. Angell aro glad
that he Is to remain another year as pas
tor of tho Mothodlst Church. C. O. Burt
visited Swanton tho first of the week.
At a special meetlntr of Sickle Chapter,
No. 34. Order of thn Eastern Star, the fol
lowing officers were Installed by Mrs. II.
J. Jackson; Matron. Mrs. Abble Warren:
Iiatron, O. W. Buzzell; associate matron,
Mrs. Cora Vearren; conductress, Mrs.
Grace Rlloy: osKoM.i.te eor.duotress, Mrs.
Amber Machutohan. secretary, Mrs. N1na
Straw: treasurer, Mrs. jVnnette Wilklns;
chaplain, Mrs. He 'n Moulton: marshal,
Mrs. Clara Kaiser: Ada, Miss AHco Ch.i
pln; Ruth, Mis Barbara Burt; Ethor,
Mrs. Viola Marshall. Martha, Miss Bessie
Smith; Electa, Miss Myra Chonoy; warder,
Miss Sadie Harlow; organist, Mrs. Nettle
Stafford: sentinel, M. E. French The
body of Mrs. Eggleston, who died at thi
home of hor son, Edwin H. Egleston. on
the hill road to Morrlstown Tuowlny, jVprtl
23, was taken after a brief funeral sorvleo
at the house Wednesday to Waterburv
Center, where the burial was made. Mrs.
Esgleston was 78 years of ago. The cause
of her death was a general breaking down
terminating In apoplexy Mrs. M. A.
Jenney Is Installing a bath room In the
tenement occupied by Mr. nnd Mrs. O. E.
Luce. Mrs. Wlllard Casey Is In Burling
ton at tho Mary Fletcher hospital where
she undorwent n surgical operation for
appendicitis Friday. E. Hill Is critically
111 with gangTene nt the home of his
daughter, Mrs. George Frlsbee. The con
dition of W. I. Atklrs, who has been seri
ously 111 with pleurlfj". Is much Improved.
C. H. Chapln haf purchased tho Gale
place on Little river and will movr thero
Immediately. Mrs. C. B. Boyce of Mont
peller Is passing thn week with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Eddy. Mrs. New
ell Demerritt and Mrs. Cora Morrison ot
Waterhury Center are at C F. Eddy's.
At Unity Church tie Rev. E. M. H. Ab
bott, pastor. 8undav services an follows:
At 10:45 sei-man, "Tne Upward Ixoks";
Sundny school and Bible class at 12 m.;
young peoplo's fraternity meeting at 7:33
p. m.
Schols In town commenced the spring
term on Monday. Eugene Tllloton was
at homo from Hyde Park over Sunday.
Landlord Grey Is arranging for a big
party on May day evening. A son, Guy
lord Goorge, was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Alba Stockwell. Friday. April 19. Mr. and
Mrs. Ii. J. Kellcy and .son, Wllley, of Mor
rlsville visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
R. A. Wllley, Sunday and Monday. Mrs.
Lucy Davis, who has been stopping with
her sister, Mrs. A. Fairbanks, through
the winter, has gone to Stowe for a few
Mrs. George Merrltt nnd sister, Mnt
tle Ward, nnd F. L. Merrltt wont to
Burlington Saturday to remove Georgo
Merrltt, who had been In tho hospital
several weeks, to his home hero as
his condition hnd become suddenly
critical. They arrived here Saturday
evening. Mr. Merrltt passed away at
tho home of his father, F. L. Merrltt,
Monday morning, aged about 3S years.
There was a serious accident at Sab
In's saw mill Friday night. Guy C. Mo
KliiBtry, who ran tho double edger In
the night Rang-, attempted to oil tho
machine when in motion. His frock
sleeve was caught nnd he wns pulled
on to the saws. His right hand was
severed at the wrist nnd a gash re
quiring 16 stitches to closo In his rlKht
side, besides several other Injuries.
Mrs. E. C. Judd, Mr. nnd Mrs. M. Con
nnt, Mrs. George King and daughter,
Ethel, the Rev. and Mrs. .1. H. Wills
attended conference In St, Jolinsbury,
nrrlvlng home Mondny evening.
James Belmont has bought tho J, w.
Scott farm on East Hill. jjrS
lard May, who has been 111, Is recover
ing. Station Agent Judd wns In St.
Jolinsbury over Sunday, Two ftne deer
wero seen near the railroad station
Mondny evening-. Miss Carrie Poor
was at home over Sunday from Hard
wlck. The reception to tho pastor,
the Hrv. J. H. Wills, by the Methodist
Church was Indefinitely postponed on
account of tho death of o. T. Morrltt.
who was one of the church stewards.
Mrs. H, w. Moody Is very 111 with
sclntlcB. Mrs. Bophronla Potter of
Morrlsville Is visiting her cousin, Mrs.
Alma Cook.
A meeting: was hold at the American
Ilouso Monday afternoon by the citizens
o' Cambridge and Jefforsonvlllo, where
they met Mr. Foote of St. Albans, Buper
Intendent of rhe Vormont Power com
pany located at Fairfax Falls, In regard
to h'ctrio lights for xthe two villages.
Thero was nothing definite decided. A
surprise rarty In honor of Merton Weston
was hold at th home of Mrs, W. L.
Griswold Thursday evening. Miss Kato
Kcho of Burlington was in town Mon
day. Mr. and Mrs, Depatlo of Fairfax
visited their daughter. Mrs. Lapnlnt,
Thursday, The funeral of Napollan
Minor, who died Thursday, was held at
Fairfax Saturduy, The bearers were his
brother, David Minor, Joseph Bedor,
Willie Archambault and n cousin. Miss
Mamie Holmes of Burlington Is visiting
In town, Mrs. Glllatto Is In Burlington
tills week,. Conroy Leavens pnued Sun
day with friends In St, Albans. Mrs,
H, N. Goodwin nnd granddaughter, Eva
Terllt, ot Underbill wore visitors In
town Saturday, William Ian, wtio Is
ill of pneumonia nt H, J Purdy's, Is ro-
(Continued on 4th Page.)
Quotations on the Leading
Products In Demand
ISoston, April iM. A pronounced
hliorUiRo lias been developed In dwlr
nble frrinles of butter and prlcos hnve
linen materially advanced. Further
iirlvnncT.t svetn likely, as New York aud
the west aro firmer. 'I he Jobbing prices
aie: Choice northern eremncry, ,'if,
fine; western creamery, 32g!Mc: Ver
mont dairy, 2tKf(31c.
There Is n very Hrm market for all
choice lots of clicene, and previous
alues are fully maintained. York
tat, 14 8-4?irc: Vormont, 14H3-4c.
Kggg have maintained a steady tone,
the cold weather hnvlntf prevented the
usual sprint? break, while btiylns for
pforago haw continued to take care of
the surplus. The quotations are: Choice
hennery and nearby, 2241230; eastern
extras, li)Si20c; western, ITHfijlfJc
The local fruit and ve(?etabie market
has been only fairly active. There
have been ti Rood many chances In
prices, but lu practically all cases they
were toward a higher level. String
beans, cucumbers nnd onions have
worked lower, but other klnd of vege
tables have either held at the quota
tion of a week ago or moved upward.
There la hardly any fruit that Is not
higher than a week ngo.
There has been a very brisk trade
in apples, and In the lack of large re
ceipts prices hove been strong, with a
marked upward tendency. Cranber
ries have grown very scarce, and bring
as much as $14 a barrel, as against ?lt
the high mark of a wek ago.
Considerable Improvement Is noted In
potatoes. Receipts have been lighter
nnd the demnnd better, and prices have
worked up several cents a bushel.
Sweet potatoes are unchanged, with the
supply and the demand about eqnal.
Asparagus ha. been scarce. The de
mand for It Is active, and If the aspara
gus were here dealers could readily se
cure high prices. String beans have
gone down a little, but they are still
rather high, New cabbages are scarce
nr,d high, and old stock sells higher than
it did recently. licet greens are lower,
Apples Kings, ?2.."OJi:i..",0 a barrel;
lien Davis, western, $,'fgft.ri0; eastern,
!.2.50(i3; northern spies. SXZQf&i.M; No.
1 Ilaldwlns, fresh arrlvnN, ?.'(Ji.T.."i0; N
2 Tialdwlnv. SI V.V(CJ.2."i: greenings, $29.
2..10; Talman sweets, $2ff2..'0; No. 1
russets, ?2..r0&.S): No. 2 russets, $1.50
if2; box fruit. Sl(fil.,r.0.
Cranberries Cape Cod, barrels, $12
(f14; crates, $1.
Strawberries Florida, choice. 35c n
quart: common to good, 2fi530e:
Charleston, 30c.
Potatoes Aroostook Green moun
tains, OtyHoSc a buhel; hebrons. G58
."So; rose, fl.Va.'Se: cobblers, l!0c; sweet
potatoes, Vlnelands, SSfgS.riO a barrel;
.Tewey, ?2.2.-ft2.7G; baskets, $1(01.50.
Asparnguu California, $(4ir12 a doz--n
bunches; Charleston, $5f8.
Bean Southern string beans, green,
f3T)CK34 a basket: wax, $H.504..'iO.
Cabbages Native drumhead, Jl.2.73
1.50 a barrel; new southern, $2.753 a
Celery White, $1.G02 a dozen
fiunchos; paschal, $3ft4.
Cucumbers Native hothouse, $.730, it
bos; Klorldas. .'.liOifia n crate.
Cresns Spinach, $1.7.V3'.! a barrel;
kale, $1.2." a barrel; dandelions. $l(ft
1.2." a bushel; beet greens, 50g,0c a
Iettuce, etc Lettuce, $1W1,2." a doz
en heads; roniaine. $1(31.25; escarole.
7.V$1 : chicory, 7."h$1; mint. $1.25 a
dozen buuche.h; watercress, 00275c;
parsley, $1.25 1.50 a bushel.
Onions Native, $1.50(81.75 n bush4:
Texas, $2(32.25 a crate; Bermudas, $20
2.25; Egyptian, $3.50 a two-busiiel bag;
Spamlsh. $2.25$iii.50; leeks, $1(61.25 a
dozen bunches.
Squashes Marrow, $1.50i2 a bar
rel; Hubbard, $10rt20 a ton.
Tomatoes Native hothouse, 40fl50e
a pound; southern, $303.50 a crate.
Turnips Yellow, $1.25 n barrel;
French white, 50fi575c a bag; white eggs
aud flats, fiOSe a bushel.
Miscellaneous Beets, t!0g;75ca bush
el; new bunch beets, $1.502 a dozen
bunches; carrots, 50(gS.c a bushel; new
bunch carrots, 25??75c a dozen bunches;
eggplants, $4 a crate: oyster plants,
$1.50(32 a dozen bunches; parsnips, 75c
(f?$l a bushel; southern peas, $23 a
basket; peppers, $4 a crat,e; radishes,
$1.5032 a box; rhubarb, native hot
house, CiSc a pound; Chicago, $1.50 a
box; artichokes, .f2.50ff n bushel1;
ckra, $3 a crate.
Long and short cut barrel pork Is 25c
lower, though other irk provisions are
steady and unchanged.
Fresh beef has stiffened up l-4c. Ex
tra sides, heavy. 8 1-4S 3-4c: good, 7
Sc; light, 77i4c; heavy hinds, 10 1-4
(tflOS-tc; good. 0 3-4(U10c; light. 0
!H&e; heavy fores. 6 l-l(gj 3-Jo; good,
5H(!ffic; light, .vgfiHc.
Thero is a very firm market for lambs,
with stocks well denned up, Veals are
also Hrm nnd bring full prices. The
quotations are; Spring lambs, 12V44?
13Hc: yearlings, 010c; mutton, Sg0c;
veals, KX(l12c; fancy, 18c,
There Is a stendy market for both
frozen and fresh killed western poultry,
with the demand somewhat better.
Broilers, especially choice natives, are
scarce and high. The quotations are:
Nnllvo broiler chickens, 2-Ib. 404Sc;
gee.se, 114113c; ducks, 12?jl4e; froaeu
western turkeys. 17(1He; western
broilers, 18R22c; fancy chickens, 15
lrtc; medium chickens, 18(?fMe; fowls,
Choice hay Is scarce nnd prices are
strong, though not yet quotably higher;
htraw Is quiet but firm; ni.lllfecd la
weak, with a very quiet demand, and
the millers are looking for business,
liny, choice, $2S'i3.50; No. 1, $22
22.60; lower grades, $16gi20.50; rya
(straw, $13(014; oat straw, $9(30.50.
Quotation! In New York, Uoiton ao4
Cbleauo .Markets.
Now York, April 24.
WHBAT-HeeelpU 19,000; exports 37,(30;
sales 3,000 futures; 200.000 pot, spot mar
kot firm, After oponlng stronger on bul
lish cables and dry weather In Knnsac,
weat turned easy owing to predictions
for rain In tho West, but was finally ral
1lc4 by export reports, closing "jro to a
ttX, Higher; May closed S7'ic; July closed
iSTiO; Sept, closed WC
CORN Receipts 2J7.O0O; export i3,:30;
sales 18,000 futures; 8,000 spot. Spot firm.
Otplon market was more active and
stronger on a bullish conn position, cJob
liff Ka to 1io net Wffber; May closed
S7,4c; July closod 67c.
OAT8 Receipts 123,000; spot stendy.
("OFT HE The market for coffee fu
tures opened steady at an advance of 6
10 points In response to htirher French
cables and Kurorieoji selllnsr. Later prices
eagod off slightly under reallalnR with
the close stendy net nnchnnwed to flvn
points htjrher! sales were renortfd of
24.&O0 bags Including! May J&.SOgf.SS;.
Juno Jr-i.70: July $Ti.6rK3B.70! Sept. Hi.d1th.iDi
Dec. to.dOf.tA; Jan. fli.fiO; March S.Mgi
Spot coffee quiet, No. 7, TOo Rio; No. 4
fHntos 7"ic; mild coffeo quiet Cordova
fiUOAR Raw stondy: fair refining 3.2S;
centrifugal M, test 3.76e; molasses sugar
S.0I; refined steady.
Boston, April 24.
FTjOI?R Flour market Is dull!
at: Spring patents, mill shipment,
J4.40JJ4.SO; winter patents, $3.9iVg-4.rtj; win
ter straltrhts, J3.7tf4: winter clears, J3.40tf
3.70: spring clears, $3.!SS.(W.
market to-dny Is fair. Rag cornmeal,
S1.07Jtl.: barrel cornmeal, J2.reig2.fi0:
granulated. J2.!fl3.2(; bolted, S2.S5fT-3.n5;
rolled, t4.S(VfJ5.(Vi; cut nnd ground, Jn.2M?
r.M: rya flour, J3.fiiitr4.15: graham, J.1.25
CORN Corn Is quiet but "steady n':
Bpot steamer yellow, W,c; No. 2
yellow, 6KWJi".flc; No. 3 yellow, TO.te; for
shipment, No. 2 yellow, olVijc; No. 3
yellow, ISOc; guaranteed cool and sweet,
OATS Onts are quiet but stealv nt:
Spot No. 1 clipped white. MVfcc; xo. 2
clipped white, MHIJMc: No. 3 clipped
white, Mc; rejected white, tS'jc; for ship
ment, 3" to 3S lbs. COc; M to 40 lbs. tWtc;
40 to 42 lb'. 31V4c: fn.tcy, 40 to 42 lbs,
Me; lake and rail, 8s to 40 lbs, Hoc.
HAT Hay Is scarce and strong; straw
Is quiet, but firm; mlllfoed l weak and
quiet; Hay, choice, J2323.Sfl No. 1 J22'!f
22.50; lower grndes, J1fiff20.5O; rye straw,
JI3-514; oat straw, JflUS.BO; lake and rail
shipment, rack spring bran, t.fiCoO;
winter bran. J22.50ff23; middlings. S22.S01J)
23.77.; mixed feed. JC2.75SiCr,: red dog J24.75-?
25.2fi: cottonseed meal. J2fr2CPo; linseed
meal, J27.50-52S, all roll shipment, 50c
PORK Liird was advanced 'ic yester
day, quotations being: Pure lard, 10V4c;
pnlls, IiyigilHc; rendered knf lard, 12c;
pa"s. KHfilSe.
BKIBF Rivf I steady: Extra sides,
heavy, SH1?8c, aood. 7,41jsc; light. 7i?7Hc
heavy hinds, 10HJJl0ic; good. OJilOc;
light, SfiOUc; heavy fores, Glih". good,
t'.iSc: light, r.'ifB'V.
veals are firm. Spring lambs, 12H.TJ
13Hc; yearlings. OTflOc; muttons, fdJOc
veals, 10i2c; fancy 13e.
IX3ITLTRY -Toultry Is steady and un
chenged nt: Xntlve broiler chickens, 2-lb
40ff45c: fowls, IRiTlfir; fowls, ltffl&c; geese
lllSc: duck", 12fTl4c; fro-n western
turkeys, KfflSc- western broilers, Igfp
22e; fancy chickens, lafjlfic; medium
chickens, 13ffl4c; fowls, 12JT1 4c.
EGOS Eggs are steady: Choleo hen'
ne.ry nnd nearby, 2292."c; eastern extras
lM20c; we.'tern, KtTISe.
BRANS The bean market Is firm
Carload lots, pea, Jl.15-fT1.S0: medium
ll.50-5ei.S5: green peas, J1.7W1.7.': yellow
eyes, $1.5.-81.90: red kidneys, J2.35-ff2.40;
California small white, $2.2502.20; Jobbing
prices, 10H13c higher.
APPLES Apples nre firm at: Bald
wins, No. 1. J2.rAfi3.25: cold storage Raid
wins, $103.50; mixed Baldwins. J2.2fifi2.7ri
No. 2 Ilaldwlns, 11..Vfj2; Ben Davis, $2.2
3: Oreenlngs, $2412.50; Tnllman Sweets,
$1.51X32.50: Kings. J2.5f.r3; Russets, $2.r9
3.25; Xo. 2, Jl.WkJS; Xorthern Spies, J2..W8'
3.50; box fruit, fAcTfl.25.
POTATOES Potatoes are steady at:
Green Mountains. f.SfifiOf ; He
brons, 55c: Early Rose, 55c; Sweets, Vine-
land. $3.253.50 bbl nnd Jl.25fn.50 bakt.
SUGARS Thero Is a very linn market
for refined sugarr granulated and fin
being quoted as a basis at I "Vic.
Chicago, April 24.
WHEAT May 70c; July S1iJZiic
CORN May lSc; July 49'c.
OATS May 43ic; July 41(,1TV.
PORIC-Mny $15.65; July $15.90.
LARD May JS.f,5'S.67li; July J5.70.
RrBS May JS.50; July js.fio.
Cash quotations ar as follows:
WHEAT Sprln? No. 2. SifJSSc; Xo. I
74fJtc: No. 2 red. 7Sm?79c.
CORN-Xo. 2. 4.Jc; No. 2 yellow. 45c
OATS No. 2. 43Sc; No. 2 white; Xo. 3
white JOfJc.
RYE No. 2, (!8c.
BARLEY (Fair to choice malting)
FLAXSEED No. 1, $U1H: No. 1 north-
western Jl.184.
TIMOTHY Prime seed $4.25.
OIjOVER Contract grades
SHORT RinS-Slde? (loose) Jffi-gS.W.
MBSS PORK-(per bbl.) $15.7&trl5.37i 4.
IjABD Cper 100 lbs.) JS.55.
SIDEJS-Short clear (boxed) JS.75ff9.00.
WHISKEY (Basis of high wines) J1.20.
BUTTER On tho produce exchange to
Say the butter market was easy
creameries 243Sc; dairies 2.ff29c.
EGGS Steady; at mark cases Included
14$4318c: firsts 15'ic; prime firsts 16ic
extras ; cheeee, steady 14gn5c,
ftn.(Miin for rattle. Sheep and Hog
at New York.
New York, April 24
BEEJVEtl Receipts J.fWi; market
steady. Steeni T..10V(T1.S5; bulls f .lfifjM 33 ;
fancy do nt J5.0O7r6.25; cows $2.SIi,4.R0;
ahlpments to-day 4,300 quarters of beef.
CAJjVES -Receipts 3.171, market steady.
Common to prima veals $5.wvr?7.50: cullx
$4.50; city dressed veals elow at SJJ12- per
pound; country' dnweed at 6S10c.
BHBEP AND LAMBS Receipts S.297
market steady. Unshorn lambs JS.OOir
8.60; clipped do J6.fOg7.35; spring lnmbs
J3.00g5.7B per head.
HOGS Receipts 4; markot steady at
Smaller Supplr a( the Hrluliton Jlnr-
ket Thl -Week.
Boston, April S4. The beef cattle mar
ket at Brighton yesterday wns a sh-tde
stronger titan lat week, although the
supply brought In this week was con
Mderably smaller than usual. Quito a
number of drovers did not come In nt all,
while those that did brought smaller
strings than bfor.
Price ruled steady yesterday, compar
ed with laat week. Beef cattle, both of
tho beat and poorer to medium grades,
old at a 28-ent Increase. Calve sold
fairly strong; at from t to 7 cents, while
hogs brought from $4.50 to JS.90 por hund
red lbs. Prices on other stock remained
Summary of price:
Bent beef cattle, 5JJc; lower to me
dium. 1W4N cents; calves. 6Vit?7 cents;
hoir, live, Jrt-.Migfi.oo per hundred lbs.;
dremed, SJJSH centa; sheep, 41?r cents,
und lambs, cents,
Bnslnil. Anrll IJ Tim mnrl.l tnr. rt,i.
feature, Amalgamated alone nhowod any
approach to animation. Trading was
Boston, April 2-1.
BUTTER Firm. Northern 33585c;
vestern 32034; dairy 2931o.
CinOKSE Firm. Vermont twlms H-fJi
New York, April 24. Cotton futuren
opened steady. April JftOR Wdt May J9.7;
Juno J9.65 bid; July $9.74: August $3.75;
Sept. $3.79 askod; October $3.W; Decem'ber
$10.04; Januarj' $10.19; Maroh $10.80, Cot
ton futures closed steady, closing btd:
April J9.M; May J9.82; J-ne JB.SB; July
J3.SC; Aug. J9.13; Bopt J3.85; Oct; Nov.
$10.00; Dec. $10.12; Jan. J10.23; Frto. $10.23;
March $10.41.
Wholesale and nrtall Price Furntah
ed by Local Dealer,
Quotations In local markets of the olty
are ns follows;
Beef, dressed 07V4U.M
Uutter, creamery, prints or
boxes, Ih 30.82
Butter, dairy to ship .27
Chickens ,ig
Eggs, doz, strictly fresh 16fj18
Fowls ,17
Hnrs ,04
Lambs . 13
Potatoes, bu .(9
Sheep ,10
Veal ,0f
Asparagus, bunch .35
Beets, lb , .02
lluiter, i-reamcry, prints or
boxes .35
Butter separator creamery.,, .32
Cabbage .03
Carrots .02
Cauliflower, each 26.S0
Cheese 1&3.20
Chicory ,20
Chives .jo
Cranberries, qt ,15
Cucumbers, each 105.15
EgS,, strictly fresh 20S.22
Egg plant, t.ach .10
Escarolle .20
Flour, bread, bbl 6.50
Flour, pastry bbl 5.00
Green String Beans 20
Green Mint ,12
Green Peppers, doz .76
Lettuce. Boston ball, head 10O.12
Maple Susar, lb., new 150.25
Maple Syrup, gal 1.25
Onions, native ,0J
Onions, Bermuda .10
Onions, Spanish .08
Parslev, hunch Ef.lO
Potatoes, bu 60(9.76
Potatoes, Bermuda, peck ,. 1.00
Rhubarb .16
Splnash. pk (0
Squash, winter ,C6
Strawberries 9VfJ.M
Tomatoes, southern, lb 25.30
Tomatoes, hot house, lb .... .90
Turnips ,03
Water Cress .IJ
Beef, roast, lb 153.2
Chicken, lb 20S'.23
Corned beef, lb 05g.K
Fowls, lb .31
Hams, lb .Ii
Hams, sliced, lb .25
Hams, pressed, lb .1$
Lamb, forequarter, lb .12
Lamb, hlndqunrter, lb .20
Ijaf Lard, lb .14
Pork Chops, lb .IS
Pork, roast, lb 100.15
Tork Steak, lb .15
Porterhouse Steak. Ib .26
Round Steak, lb 150.13
Salt Pork, lb .12
Sirloin Stenk, lb .20
Tangerine 205?.DO
Beans, bu 2.fO32.50
Bran, old c-wt 1.3Offl.40
Hay, baled, cwt SO.PO
Hny, loose, ton 12.0OrgU (H)
Meal, new corn, cwt 1.151.25
Middlings, strictly fine, cwt.. 1.40
Middlings, coarse, cwt 1.30
Oats, bu .55
Provender, No. 1 cwt 1.43
Provender, No. 2 cwt 1.40
Straw, baled, cwt....; ,60
Straw, baled, ton 8.00
Bananas, doz 20.3.EO
Figs, lb 153.20
Orape fruit, each .06.15
Grapes, Malaga, lb 409.60
Lemons, doz .2O3.80
Oranges, doz .203.60
The dates selected for the second annual
exhibition of the Central Vermont Pet
Stock A Poultry association at Barre nre
January 7, S, 9 and 10, 1908.
John E. Harris, a doorkeeper in the
U. H. Senate and well-known in Ver
mont nowspaper circles, has returned
to his summer homo in Danville from
a short trip to Washington and brings
his bride with him. Their marriee
took plaro In the South pome weeks
ago. Mrs. Harris, who Is well known
In Washington society, Is a native and
former resident of At'.nnta, Ga. She Is
a daughter ot Col. R V. Cobb, lately de
censed, an Illustrious soldier of the
Confederacy and a member of the his
toric Georgia family of that name.
The sportsmen of Xoyan, P. Q., have
organized the Mlsilsquol County Asso
ciation for the Protection of Fish nnd
Grime with the following officers: Hon
ornry president, Justice McCorkell;
president, Aubrey Collins; vice- presi
dent, James McGeo; secretary, E. O.
Fadden; treasurer, Dr. N. W. Stronir.
Tho annual membership fee has been
fixed nt Jl and tho list is fast filllnir
The club will take for Its principal ob
object tho abolishment of seining: In
Mlsslsquol hay and hoop net fishing In
in tho Richelieu river. It will have
Jurisdiction over Mlsslsquol county nnd
will be duly Incorporated under tho
laws of tho Province of Quebec. Tho
club will not be lenient with violator
of tho fish nnd gamo laws and will
tnko drastic means to bring nil guilty
parties to Justice. The founder of tho
organization Is the secretary, E. O
Fadden, ono of the greatest sportsmen
of the province and through his efforts
much has nlready been done toward
ganvo protection.
George Wright, tho 12-year-old ron of
Mr, nnl Mrs. William Wright of East
Fairfield, Is tho boy Pooh Bah of Frank
lin county. George Is on expert tele
graph operator ami besides watchlnt tho
Instrument nt tho St, Johnsbury & Lnko
Champlaln railroad station has n wlro
connected with his home. Georgo also
check baggage, carries the mall nnd for
the past year has beoro Janltw of ono ot
the churches, He will attend IWgham
Acndom at Bakorsfield next fall and It
Is said thnt several men will hnve to bo
hlml to fill his numerous positions
peif win fiow to-uay with scarcely any
the village

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