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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS: THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 1907.
HAPPENINGS IN VERMONT (Continued from Itnl l'ngc.) covering, Mrs, Charto' Carpenter lias re lumed from St. Alban-s. Miss Kate Chayor was In Fairfax Thursday to at tend tho funeral of her aunt, Mrs, Drts coll, Mrs. Linus Leavens was In Joffer Honvillo Thursday to nee her mother, who was injured by n fall, Miss Lillian Mablc, teacher In the Industrial school of Ver genncrs, Is parsing a week's vacation with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Hlchard Mable. Miss l'rnnces Ilobnrt Rave a very Inter esting taJk at the Congrosutlonal Church Sunday owning on "Wise. Ways to Head Vlso Hooks." Sirs, If. N, Oray went to "Hostnn, Thursday to sen her daughter who 3s attending) Simmon!) College. EDEN. Sirs. William Emory has been caring for her daughter, Sirs. F. G. IXivls, who ha-s been ill the past week. 31. H. Make Is so far recovered from his Illness ns to bo ablo to go to the mill and nttend to some business, Schools In town have these teachers:. Ornce Coologo on the branch, Mlra niako at the Corners, .Stella Fulton at the linker district, SIlss Camp of Hydo Park at the mills, Miss 31ndley on Dust hill, SIlss Cross on the North road, Alice Hnyford In the Stearns district Tho asbestos company arc haul ing three loai.s of machinery to the Tuck er nlne. BELVIDERE. Sirs. Lambert of Enoshurgh is visiting hor dntiglrter. Sirs. S. Walker. Oarold Walker is improving (mm the Injury he received in .Mr. Campbell's Mill. W. E. Shattuck of Fairfield Station was the guest of bis mother, Sirs A. Shattuck over Sunday. Sirs, O. II. Potter has returned homo from a few weeks visit with her children at lielvldero Center. Sirs. Thomas Potter Is ill. Francis Wescome of Belvldcro Center reports Hint from WW trees he has made four pounds of sugai to a tree. Mrs. Stephen llenoway Is very ill, Planch Coburn Is the guest of lier brother, I, jA. Coburn, at Helvldere Fred Guard is visiting Jn Canada. JEFFERSONVDLLE Guy It. Varnum of Barro passed several days with his parents. Sir. and Mrs. If. W. V.irnum, the past week. Invitations are Issued for a SIny ball at Hotel Slelendy Friday evening SIny 3, Lessors orchestra will furnish music. A daughter wis born to Sir. and Sirs. Harold Jtobb April 11. John Jtnymoro was at homo from Slorrlsvllle over Sun day. Six applicants from this place took the civil service examination In Hyde Park Saturday, for It. F. I), route No. 1 in place of Stark Hobb, resigned. Sirs. J. A. Pago and daughter, Cora, have returned from a several weeks' visit at Dr. Slarvln's in Essov Junction. F. 13. Smith was at home from Hlghgate over Sunday. County Highway commissioner Barrows from Slorrlsvllle was here Tues day consultation with Road Com-mls-floner Bert Reynolds. A. very pleasant meeting of the Crescendo club was held Friday evening with Sirs. Alice Howard at the parsonage. About C'l were present. The Ladles' Aid society met nt the Church April 17 to discuss finishing the room below the church for o dining room nnd kitchen. Tho Sophomorn class of J. H. S. will give a promenade at Melendy's hall Friday evening. NORTH HYDE PARK. I.,, r. Butts lost a valuable cow this week. C. St. GrlHWold narrowly escaped serious accident Sunday while driving out of his doorynrd. The horse turned rapidly and the seat camo off, throwing them to the ground. Jackson Tlbbitts was at home from St. Albans the first of the week, but has returned to his work on the Central Vermont railroad. Thermometers registered 10 degrees be low the freezing point at an early hour Sunday morning. Sir. and Sirs. B. C. Lambert were guests over Sunday nt J. C. Croker's. Georgo Terrlll and Fred Bmall of Slorrlsvllle were in town Sat tirday evening to Instruct members of tho Grange In the unwritten work. They were entertained hy J. C. Croker, nnd returned homo Sunday. 13. II. Hinds of Cambridge visited his mother, Sirs. Fllza Hinds, .Monday. MORRISVILLE. Sirs. W. D. Hydo has gone to East Hardwick whoro he has a position, IStlss Georgia Jackson returned to Woodsvll!o after an extended stay with her father, James Jackson. Wiss Sybil lavis has returned to hur home In Johnson. Mr. and Sirs. T. C. Cheney wont to St. Johr.sbury Friday to hear Dr. David Downle's address at tho Slothodlst conference and tu visit Sirs, Downle, a i Bister of Sirs. Cheney. Sirs. Eugene Bur Jlson nnd Sirs. Horace 'Wells of F.ilrileld were guosts Friday of Sir. and Sirs, James . Perry. Sirs. Harvle B. Daniels, who 'lias visited Sir. and Sirs. John Daniels, irwcnt to Lyndon Fiiday. Sirs. Lucy Ifimlth and daughter, Iva, who have passed the winter nt Pini-hurst, N. C, arrived liero Friday evening. Sir. and Sirs. W. S. Temple, who have passed tho winter at East Concoid, eamo Friday evening to rvlBlt their daughter, Sirs. Libby Lewis. Qllss Winnie Young was in Johnson over Sunday at Sir. and Sirs. I.uman Stratton's, i Goorgo Ohnmpeau ha-s gone Into tho ifneat business nt Hardwick wltli S. W. Beaulac, tho Arm name being G. A. vChampeuu & Co.-Mrs. William Walker jond son of Somerville, Slnss., who have ifvl6lted her sister, Sirs. Alice Held, re turned home Saturdny. Sirs. Joannah (Gallop Is 111 with erysipelas. Fied W. Would loft Saturday for Keesevllle, N. Y for a brief stay, Frank H. Graves of Ster ling, Conn., who has been elected super intendent of schools In Slorrlstown, Stowo nnd Elmore, it Is expected will move hero In tho early summer. Miss Jonnio Albeo has returned from Hardwick where she visited her sister, Sirs. Alton Llttol. 1'erley Jones has the mumps. William G. SIcCllntoek wont to Bmn rton Saturday to remain a few days us tho guest of II. H. C. Watson of Now York city. Walter C. Ward was called to Burlington Saturday by the critical condition of Ills brothur-ln-luw, George Merrltt. SIlss Itelia Oray was at her home In Jeffersonvlllo Saturday and Sunday, Isaac A. Drown wont to St. Johnsbury Saturdny tn remain through conference. Sirs. O. L. Woods lias returned homo nfter a visit of sev eral days in Cambridge, Mr. and Mrs. William Slnnott, who visited their daughter, Sirs. F. C. Lonch, In East Fairfield for throo weeks, returned homo Saturday, Sirs. Harvoy J, Hon nott, who has been ill for somo tlmo, died early Saturday morning, Tho fun oral servlcos woro held at tho homo of her daughtor. Sirs, A. C, Moduli, Slon day aftornoon, tho Rev. P. A. Smith officiating, assisted by tho Rev. C. C. St, Clare. MIbs Knthleon Boyco of Bur lington, who nursed Sirs. J, T. Kelsey through Jor recent Illness, 1ms gonn to Johnson whore sho has n patient. Itov, V. M. Hardy preached In Cam bridge nt tho Congregational Church Sunday. Sir. nnd Sirs. 11. J. Kolloy jiassed Sunday In Wntervillo with Sirs. "Kolloy's paronts, Sir. and Mrs. P. A. iWilloy. Sirs. Kolloy will stay n week. Misses Nolllo Sllnott and Hattio 1 1 1 1 I .. T..l.nnn ........ C...wln.. Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Barrows vlalted iu Johnson Sundny at his unolo's, Charles Barrows. Misses Beryl Powell nnd Flora SlcCuin of Jofforsonvllle wero guests Saturday of SIlss Gladys Brooks. SIlss SInbel Grimes passod Sunday In Hyde Park with her sister, Sirs. Clydo Dnvls. George Saxby wns In Johnson Sunday with his parents. Archlo Udnll of Hoston, employed by tho Proetor Slarble company, passed Sunday with his mother, Sirs. Heuben Chenoy. Sir. ITdall has completed his work In Bos ton nnd will travel through Cnnada. Benjamin Snffnrd, who has been em ployed by 11. J. Slnyton & Co., tho past year, has completed his work there nnd gone to his homo In Cambridge Junction. Sirs. A. L. Gnuvln of John son wns the guest Saturdny of Sir. nnd Sirs. A. J. Gaiivln. George W. Currier returned Saturdny from two weeks In Franklin county. Tho first game of bnso ball wns played Saturday when P. A. won from Hardwick high school, C to 3. Poter St. John has moved his harness hop to tho front of the old Slunson store. SIlss Lula Towno went to Burlington Slonday to tnko lesions on the piano. Sirs. Kittle Draper Cook Of Hardwick Is passing a week with her parents, Sir. and Sirs. A. E. Draper. Sirs. Slory J. Dunn, who has passed the winter In Hardwick, is here for the summer with her daughter Sirs. E. C. lago and Sirs. Sally Cutting. Sirs. Frank A. Cutting and sons, Henry and Stark, went to Cabot Slonday to at tend the funeral of Sirs. Cutting's niece, Sirs. Jesslo Wilson. Sirs. Charles Ells worth has gone to Newport for a week with her parents, Sir. and Sirs. George, King. E. SI. Davis, district deputy grand warden nnd Sirs. Eva Merrill, delegate from Lamoille Ixidge, No. 317, N, E. O. P., went to Brnttleboro to be present nt tho meeting of tho grand loge Tuesday. SItss Stella Fulllngton of Cambridge was the guest Monday of Sir. and Sirs. J. S. Carpenter. Sirs. A. L. it utly and chil dren have arrived here from Newport and will stay with her parents, the Rev. nnd Sirs. Georgo W. Tabor, until Sir. Huntley Is located in Lynn, Slaps., where he has a position. Sirs. James SI. Kelley visited In Fletcher Slonday. John W. Perry !s adding a veranda to the ell of his house. SIlss Sadie Hadley Is out of school on ac count of tho mumps. Sirs. C. C. Itubloe left Slonday for a business trip of several days In Burlington nnd Slontrenl. Mlfs Sarah L. Baker returned to Johnson nor mal Fchool Slondny after several days at her home. SIlss Llnniti Trick of Burling ton, who has visited Sir. nnd Sirs. Lyman Adams wont to Jeffersonvlllo whore she will remain for a week befoto returning lo Burlington. Sirs. C. F. Wlggln of Cold brook, N. H., who has visited her brother, Luther Shattuck. for some weeks, went Slonday to Cambridge. Calvin Slnyton was In Hardwick Slonday. J. II. Atchison and D. P. Smith wero in Johnson Tuesday. G. A. Barrows wont to Jeffersonville Tuesday to meet tho local rond commissioners and selectmen, In his capacity as county supervisor of roads. S E. Stevens in In Enosburgh Falls and Ulchford. Sirs. Hello Hall Croft Is horo from Boston for n stay of a few days with her mother, Sirs. Ophelia Hall. Tho condition of J. Frank Thomas, who has been ill several days, is Improved. SIlss Ethel Patterson returned to Craftsbury Tuesday after a week at Sir. and Sirs., I. Newton LeBnron's. Sirs. J. Henry Atchison and daughter, Blanch, are in Burlington to visit Dr. and Sirs. W. G. Church. STr. and Sirs. Edward McCoy of Newhury are guests for two weeks of her paronts, Sir. and Sirs. C. W. Marshall. The sugar house of C. P. Fisher was burned Tnesdny noon whllo the men wore at dinner. Sir. Fisher was expecting to gather his buckets and closo the works Wednesday. Tills is the third sugar house burned in town this season. Sirs. May Badger of Middlesex, the guest Tuesday of Sirs. C. J. Slayton, left that evening for Woleott. Wallace Jones went to Hard wick Tuesday evening to nttend a meet ing of Odd Fellows nnd to return with Sirs. Jones, who had visited a week with her sisters. Sirs. Harry Titus and Sirs. Everett Campbell. ORANGE COUNTY. EAST RANDOLPH. Charles, Pearsons, of Sprlngfluld, Slass., has sold the hotel property to L. A. Hichardson of Boston, Slass. Sirs, Eleanor Smith, wife of Dr. Georgo Daven port died April 15 aged 70 years. She had been very feeble tho past winter and hud pneumonia which caused her death. Wllllacn Osgood has gone to tlvi sanatorium. SIlss Ina Emery has re turned from Woodstock and Bridge water. Sliss Alleo Hlublo Is teaching In Wcit Woodstock. Abner, son of Charlei Waldo, is quite 111. Sirs. Howard Grangei has returned from Shnron. Tho Bev. 13. C. Clark officiated at tho funcTal of Hav J. C. Ballon In Chelsea, who died of tuberculosis. His ago was M years. RANDOLPH. George Hutchinson went Sunday night to North Bennington, where he has u position with If. C. Whlto Stereoscope Co. Sirs. Hutchison nnd Sir. nnd Sirs. SInrttn Rumrlll will go there soon to live. Sirs. Frank Davenport, who lias been visiting at A. A. Prlest'3 returned Saturday to Lakoport, N. H Tho Bev. W. T. Sparhawk preached nt tho Con gregational Church In dhelsca as tho pastor, tho Rev. George E. Lake, was called away by tho death of his father, Tho Bev. Homer White went to Whlto Blver Junction Sunday to attend the funeral of tho Rev. O. A. Wllklns, form erly rector nf tho Episcopal Church here. Frank and Arthur Howard wero In Whlto Blver Junction Saturday. Sirs. John Adshade went to Wilder Saturday with her youngest son for a fuv days' visit. Sir. and Sits. Lucius Goodhurt, who hnvo been In Long Island, N. Y., the past year havo reorcnplod their resi dence on tho Brnlntreo rond. SIlss Rita Clark nnd Sliss Lois Wilson of Bethel visited In town Saturday, Freeland Jewltt of Boston camo Saturday for nn Indefinite! stay. There was u largo at tendance at tho "Old Folks" ball at Grange hall Friday night. C. It. Granger executor of the Orpha Wheeler estate, has sold the place In the east part of tho town to W. F. Glllett for $.M0. Sir, nnd Sirs. Charles E. Pearsons havo sold their placo to Leroy Blchardhon for $0(V). John Chnso of Boston passed Saturday nnd Sundny with his parents, Sir. and Sirs. 1. H. Chase, Mr. and Sirs. Alfred Dover passed Sundny In SInntpeller, Col, John SIcad Camp, S, of V had a sugar party In G, A, R, hnll Friday night, which was largely attended, Wil liam Leazor of Bothel was horo Satur day, Guy Osha returned Slonday to Wnltliam, Slass., where ho Is superinten dent In tho flnlshng room of tho Wnlt hnm Watch Co. Tho Infant son of Sir. nnd Sirs. W. J. Brynnt died nt tho Ran dolph sanatorium nt 7:30 Friday night after a short Illness. Silas Amy Goodspeed has returned to SInntpeller Seminary after a few days as the gue'st of SIlss Edith Grangor. Sirs. Fred Bnnnock has returned to her homo In Franklin Falls, N, H., nfter a few days with her niece, Sirs. Bert Spooner. The bnso ball game hero Slonday nftornoon botweon STontpollor Semlnnry nnd Randolph high school resulted in a victory for the lattter, I." to 3, Tho high school has n promising team but lacks practice, The next ganw la with Slontpellor high soli! nt Slontpellor Friday. Miss Btelln Dfl laney of South Buyalton la a visitor nt "Honoy-hollow" farm. Ernest Hatch Is In Slnnchestcr, N. If., called there by the Illness of his fathor. Henry Gil bert has returned from Boston. Ralph, youngest son of W, 13. Bnnd, has tho mumps. Ell Bruce returned Slonday to Windsor after a week's vacation. Sir. and Sirs, Alfred Dover returned Slonday from a few days' visit with relatives In SInntpeller. SIlss Cnrlotta Wlzwnll returned to Roxbury, Slass., Slondny nf ter a week at C. F. Sloulton's. F. II. Packard has rented rooms In the Stcw nrt block nnd Is to open nn auction room nnd commission storo there, be side selling farm Implements, RANDOLPH CENTER. Sirs, Jennlo Hammond Baker, wife of tho Rov. F. SI, Baker aged 20 years, died Siturday morning of septic, poisoning. Tho funeral services wero held nt tho Sloth odlst Church Slonday conducted by the Rev. W. SI, Nowton, presiding elder, nnd other clergymen assisted, Tho Rev. Georgo W. Patterson conducted tho services nt tho house, Tim burial wns In the family lot nt Saxtons River. Sho Icyvcs a hus band, an Infant child nbout two weeks old, several brothers nnd a mother. Tho Infant son o fSIr. and Sirs. W, G, Brynnt, nbout Uirco months old, wns tnken to Jho sanatorium, where nn operation was per formed Friday afternoon but gangrene had set In and the child died that even ing. Tho funeral ' services at the house 'Sunday worn conducted by tho Bev. George W. Patterson. Walter Adams, who has loon 111 with the measles nt Springfield, Slass., came homo last week. Ho has not recovered. Stnny of tho farmers have become tired nf making sugar nnd have gathered their tubs nnd stopped. It has hien a great year for this Vermont Industry. Dana Robinson's son was practising with a pistol last week nnd undertook to put n cartridge In which resisted. He commenced pounding nnd the result wns that the ball went Into the boy's leg but ho Is hale nnd hearty. Carml F. Whlto has sold his fine palr'ot horses to an ngent of Governor Proctor for about fSW. BRADFORD. Sllsses Lena Allen and Ida Blnke were In Lebanon, N. II., Thursday. H. E. Par ker hns bought Asa Shaw's house. Sirs. 13dlth Coburn has been keeping house for Sirs. Frank Lamb. SIlss Slarcln Wlnshlp hns been in Lyndnnvllle and St. Johns bury for a few days. Sirs. A. E. Halo and two sons nro nt her father's In Lee, N. II., for a visit, The young people of the Epworth League society arc to pro sent "Tho Deestrlck Skule" at Vlllago hall, Frblay evening. The Fortnightly club mot with Sirs' F. I Bingham Fri day nftornoon. Sir. nnd Sirs. Lyman Heath, Sirs. T. A. Chaso, Sirs. Charles Craig, Sllsses Slary Johnson and Frances Woorlworth attended the Slothodlst Con ference being held at St. Johnsbury Sat urday. Albert Worcester of St. Johns bury was n guest of Sir. and Sirs. Edgar Hunt Slonday. BROWNINGTON. Sirs. Leona Leonnrd of Barton pnss ed Slondny with her mother. Sirs. E. B. Leland, who Is 111. SIlss E. E. Robin son is stopping a few dnys with her sister, Sirs. 13. R. Leland. Sir. and Sirs. Theodoro Carpenter of Salinas, Cnl., nro visiting nt Gaylord Fox's. The death hns occurred at Brookbury, P. Q., of Sirs. SInrtha Wade, who had resided in this town many years, Thomas Lafoe has , moved Into John Young's tenement nnd will work for Sir. Young this season. Sir. and Sirs. Theodore Carpenter, who havo spent a year in California, returned recently and havo visited his mother-in-law, Sirs. Snrnh Fox. Stewart Lafoe. has moved to the north part of the. town. Edward Dwyer's little son Is very 111. Laura Whitehlll will commence her school in Charleston April 29. Sirs. Louis Laroquo is ill. CHELSEA. At the graduating recitals of the 1W7 class of Leland Powers School of Oratory In Boston, April 2.", SIlss Blanche Town send of this town had an attractive posi tion on the programme. Herbert T. Judd, n West Hill farmer has bought of George Fuller the farm near Whitney's saw-mill on the South Royalton road within two miles of Chelsea village, paying $1,500 therefore Aztirlah Barnes, having sold his farm on West Hill, is moving into the houso lie recently bought of Fred Ord way, a mile above CheNca village. Joseph Slenard from Plnttsburgh, N. Y., has bought tho Barnes farm. Norman VV. Hunt the barber has moved Into the 13. D. Fuller house near the creamery, Sirs. Fuller and her two boys having Joined her husband In Lowell, Stoss. Elmer J. Flanders hns gone to live upon the old Hyde Cabot farm on West Hill nnd will work for Charles W. Goodwin this sum mer. Sir. nnd Sirs. William F. Hood are In New York City visiting their daughter, Sirs. Gall Hood Hclmer. Joseph D. SIc Connell of Kelloqg, Idaho, returned homo on Slonday after a ten days' visit East. Ho bought the farm recently owned by his brother, Frank R. SIo Council, who sold his personal property nt auction Saturday. Sheriff Sprague Is now over seeing Ave Inmates of the jail committed for intoxication, who nro employed dally at different places alKiut town. Milton E. Hutchinson has moved into the Powers house next to his grist mill and Fred A. Onlay Is moving Into his own house next Buck bridge, which Sir. Hutchinson re cently vacated. Bev. and Sirs. Georgo 13, Lake, who returned April hi from Haverhill, Slass., were summoned back on Friday because of tho death of ills mother. Frank Llbbey and wife are soon to occupy the Sllnnle Sanborn house on Slnln street, Sir. Llbbey being employed to work on the road, BRAINTREE. Sir, and Sirs. John Bingham and Sir. anil Sirs, George Bingham and daughter passed n few days tho first of tho week In Bethel. Charlie Bass has returned noma from tho sanitarium and It Is hoped ho will soon be able to be out. .Most of tho schools In town began Slonday with th addition of one new school In the Kdward Smith house with SHna Worthing as teacher. There are eight pupils In attend ance. This school Is run by tho Adven tlsts living In this vicinity nnd opened April 15. Frank Bingham went Slondav to Beirre, where ho hns employment. Asa Snow went Tuesday to the hospital at Burlington for treatment, Densmoro Bat tles Is back from Burlington, where no has been for treatment, Sirs. Bourn h 111. Sirs. Louisa Slnrtln Is very III ami a council of doctors was held Slonday, Her recovery is thought doubtful. ORLEANS COUNTY. CRAFTSBURY. Hattio Hatch nnd Florence Grimes ure homo from Slassachusetts for sev eral weeks' vncntlon, Raymond Guild hns finished work In G, N. Alnsworth's Btoro and returned to Coventry. Hor aco Andrews Is seriously 111 nt John Harvey's. The Rev. W. E. Allen Is ox pected to preach nt the Methodist Church Sunday.- Allen Chaso Is at homo from Spoknno after an nhseno mf threo years. Sirs. A. A. Bridges la much Improved from hor serious Ill ness of last week. NEWPORT. Tho adjourned mectlngof Orleans county court finished Its work Monday morning and adjourned at 9:i0. Tho caso of State vs. Geo. Banister wns disposed of by Banister pleading guilty and turning State's evidence, Tho next enfo wns State vs. James Banister for receiving stolen property. Bnnlster pleaded not guilty nnd tho trial proceeded. Geo. Banister's evi dence tended to show that James was guilty, but Jamos proved an nllbl by pro. duclng witnesses who -snld that ho was nt 'North Troy nt tho time Georgo said ho was with him In tho pasture. After four days trial tho case went to tho Jury Is'.i Friday nftornoon. Tho Jury brought In a verdict Saturday morning.1 of not gitlltv, In ordor to hnve Geor'go'Bnliistcr testify it wns necessary to secure a pardon fot thn offenco of subordination nf perjury, which he wns convicted of several years ngo. fyeslle Banister who was to bo tried at this term of cofirt and who wns held In $bV bonds forfeited his bond nnd has disappeared. A special term of court has been called for SIny 21 at which tlmo n special grand Jury will be summoned to Indict Dwlght Nlles, the young man who kills his wife at Newport Center. In nil probability Nlles will be taken to the Stato hospital for the Insane to bo observed as to his sanity and then tried nt the Septomber term. A petit Jury will nlo be convened as theie 1h a criminal caso which may come up for trial, Elizabeth Clifford, who appealed to county court from municipal court on the charge of larceny, camo before the court and pleaded guilty and was sentenced to three months In the House of Correction and placed In tho hands of the probation officer. This Is the same sentence Hint wns given in municipal court. Gro'-ge flanlstor was sentenced lo not less than two or moro than three years In States prison. In municipal court W. D. Porter wns bound over to county court u J."JX bonds on tho charge of keeping a house of 111 fame. Nelson Iiha was llm d (o. and costs for intoxication. A special village meetng Is called for April 30 to hear and dlsposo of the re ports of the commute.- on gas plant, also the committee to rev e the by-laws. It is understood that a g.i company Is ready to locate hero If it can -ieeuro a franchise. The funeral of tho l'.rv. St. Allen, who died nt the homo of his dnughter, Sirs. Nelson Rico was held Saturday at ton o'clock. Prouty nnd Slllton have closed their mill for a few d.-.ys to make repairs. The first game In the N. H. s. base ball schedule was played Siturday with Derby Academy. N. H. S. being tho victors by tho score of 20 to 0. A very serious accident occurred Tues day whllo Bert Gero was driving down Slain street. The horse became unninn agoablo and ran Into the drive way be tween F. SI. Sherman & Son's storo and tho C. P. R. ofllcq. When turning the corner the wagon stnu-k the steps of tho C. I". It. ofhee and threw Sir. Gero about 20 feet, landing on fie right side of his face. His right car was torn off and ho received several bad hrulsos on tho head and f-ome slight Int. mal Injuries. The Rev. W. C. Newell is passing a few days in town. The lake Is i.pen enough to allow a little navigation b small boats. Slen have been at work recovering n boom which got nwny from its fastening. Sev eral trains of immigrants havo passed through hero on their way to Alberta. A wreck between Sherbrooke nnd Slagog made It necossnry M send the trains nround to Slontreal through Newport. SIlss Slnmle Williams Is visiting in town. Sirs. W. H. Clement was called to Stan stead by the sudden rVath of her brother, E. H. Slead. L. E Thayer Is passing a few days In town. ' LOWELL. Sir. and Sirs. SI. L. Tillolson are the parents of son born April 7.-Topeph II. Peck of 1ong Island, Neb., Is visiting In" town. There will bo a mooting nt tho town house Tuesday evening, April 30, to see nbout making armgements for a celebration In town July 4. Ralph Came ron has sold his houpo to W. II. Pope. DERBY. A son was born to Mr. nnd Sir. Roy Sloulton Sunday night. Jason Wilson Is preparing to build n hou? and move to West Derby having married again. Sirs. Sloan and SIlss Slaitie Hopklnson ore 111. SIlss Aunim, the field secretary of the W. H. SI. V., gave nn address In the Con gregational Church Sunday evening. Slonday she vIMted the Fchools and gave a. talk Interspersed with songs. in the evening, she gave an address upon Stormonim In tho Congregational Church. RUTLAND COUNTY. BRANDON. Walton Brown has tho whooping cough. Thomas Dundon has resumed his posi tion nt Rny's store after several weeks' Illness. Sir. and Mr. II. C. Carpenter are visiting In Poultney this week. Sirs. SI. M. Pitts has returned from Troy, N, Y., wheio sho passed the winter. Sirs. W. A. Glrnrd left yesterday for a fow weeks' stay In Everett, Slnss. SIlss Daisy Need ham has returned to her position at W. D. Nutting's. SIlss Be.'s Robinson has gone to Troy, N. Y,, whole she will make her future home. SIlss Cora Cameron lias re turned to Rutland after several weeks' stay hero with her parents. If. E, Ilemenway and family left town yesterday for Granvlllo, N, Y where they "will rtsldn In future. Among those who go to Burlington to-day to hoar W. J. Bryan are Sir. and Sirs. George W. Burnhnm and Thomas Dover. The water will bo shut off this evening while the break in tho main pipe at the comer of Carver and Union streets Is being mended, E. J. Ormsbee was In Sllddlobury yes tenlay. Chnrles Bliss of Now York is passing a few days at his residence on Park street, Sirs. A. J. Evans has gone to Wntertown, N, Y., called there by the serious Illness of hor mother, Sirs. A. M. Sheldon. The young Indies of St. Thom as's Church will give a salad supper next Wednesday evening in Foresters' ball, Mrs. Oliver Tnurignnnt nnd son of Sl'ld dlebury was the mient of Sir. and Sirs, George Cameron, Sr., yesteiday, Tho C. J, Ormsbeo Post Is planing to glvo a min strel show Slay 10 and 11 H. A. C. Wnt son and Frank Watson havo returned to New York city. Frank W. Williams hns returned from a several days' stay In Boston and Everett, SI.ifs, PROCTOR. A largo gang of men was crdored out 'Slonday afternoon to light forest llres, which are assuming' largo proportions on tho mountains near here. Tho Proctor bnso Kail team played Its first game of tho season Saturday afternoon against the Proctor high school team, winning 8 to 7. Frank DlgoUnv of Waltslleld nnd well known tu Interscholnstlc athletics, has commenced work for tho Vermont Sturblo Co., In Center Rutland. Sir. Illgo. low attended Slontpellor Seminary two years. A carload of IS valuable horses, being brought from tho West for use In tho Vermont Slarblo Co. works at Dauby, wns burned near Si'lieneclnily, N, Y from a hot box which Ignited tho hay. Frank Slorgnnsen has commenced woik for the F. R. Patch Slfg, Co, In Rutland, H. W. ALLEN 6? CO. Und erwear Strict adherence to the practice of presenting for consideration only well known hest makes, which can always he relied upon, following closely every new feature in the direction of hetterment and always maintaining lowest prices anywhere have made us large distributors of Mens Underwear. To-day we are Bringing forward and making the first showing of Spring weights. The gathering is a hroad one, involving a wide range of Union and two piece Suits in Wool and Cotton, calculated to meet the especial requirement of every man who is in the least particular about his Underwear. Union Suits. This garment has increased wonderfully in popu larity until now it forms a leading, if not foremost , . 1 T T 1 1 TT T 1 1 item in tne Underwear department. With the new process of mercerizing, Cotton garments of this class are produced which are little less than marvels of per fection. Every thread cotton, hut having the appear ance of and wearing like pure silks. So long as the garment is in use the brilliant lustre and softness of silk is present. Union Suits for men tall men or large men. In all of the many different lines shown, a full assortment of sizes can be seen. Fine Cotton Natural Ecru color. Sizes 2 to 6 - Price $1.50. " 7 to 8 - " 1.50. ' Med ium Weight Cotton for early Soring wear. Natural Ecru color. Sizes 3 to 8 -Finer quality - Fine Mercerized Union light bl ue. Sizes 3 to 8 - Sleeveless Athletic Union Suits, knee length. Sizes 3 to 8 - Price $1.25. Fine Merino Union Suits for early Soring wear. iVc especially recommend satisfactory when light wool is wanted. Full assort ment of sizes. Two Piece Suits Natural gray light Drawers. Sizes 34 to 44 - " 46 to 50 - Fine Merino Gauze neck, long sleeves. Sizes 34 to 44 - Price $1.50. Balbnggan Shirts and Drawers in full assortment for Men and Boys. Priced at 50 cts., 75 cts., $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50. H. W. ALLEN & CO. The hotel hero has opened a livery. A carload of Slavs and Hungarians arrived here yesterday to work In and nround the mills and another shipment Is expected here to-day. R. H. Stovens and family hnve moved to Essex Junc tion. The SUddlebury College Girls' Glee club will glvo a concert for tho benefit of tho local lodge of Odd Fel lows Friday evening. SIlss Eva Slar- tln hns commenced work In tho invoice depnrtment of tho Vermont srarhlo company. From now on tho Proctor storo will be open every Friday even ing. BENSON. Farmers in this vicinity have gathered their buckets and closed sugar making for lfn'7. Sloro than nn average amount has I been made. Kdward Bishop of Sudbury has moved Into A. J. Dickinson's farm house, two miles east of hare and will run the farm. Young pigs are selling for $3 nnd $3.0), the highest In several years, Irwin West, who has been here slnco Sop- I temper, hns gone, to Buffalo nnd will run on the great lakes as pilot the coming season. Tho public Installation of officers of Acacia Lodge, F. & A. SI., will take phtco Tuesday evening, Apill 30. The Borden's condense. milk factory of Fair Haven Is getting milk of mnny of the dair ies nnd the two creamorles suffer In pro portion. The roads are getting dry and quite smooth much earlier than somo sea- Fons. S. W. Brown has moved from Hortonville back to his father's place, I SIlss Edith V, Fay has been chosen one of two sponsors to lopresent Franklin Com mander of Knights Templar at tho tri ennial conclave to be held at S iratoga Spa next July. Tho duties of these young lady sponsors will be to pin to tho breasts of tho sir knights of the winning drill corps such medals ns may be awarded them. SIlss Fay Is the daughter of 13, II. Fay, formerly of this town, now of Sla- lone. FORESTDALE. Fred LnFrnnco, who has been pass ing several weeks with his parents. left Slonday for Slarblohead, Slnss. Mr. and Sirs. L. R, Churchill of Rutland visit,., nt n. If. fbllrehm's this week Tho Rev, W. A. Wilson and Sirs. Nclllo Spooner are attending tho W. SI. con ference at Slooers, N. Y, Jamos Wnt more has moved Into tho bouso vncnted by I. S. SInnley. Sir. nnd Airs. J C Reed und dnughter. Carrie, of Pitts ford pnssed .Sunday at E. C. Honker's. Mrs. W. A. Wilson Is visiting her par ents nt Lisbon, N. Y, Carl Reed -ind SIlss Flora Larock, both of this place, wero mnrrled at Brandon, April 18, by the Rev. D. Chnpln.- -The Hunslllno so ciety hold n dime soclnl at I. W. Horn's Tuesday cvcnlnif. for M en. of medium size, small men. Price $1.50. " 1.75. . Suits, pure white ant $2.50. 'rice this garment as being highly Price $3.00 the Suit. weight wool Shirts and Price $1.00 per garment. " 1.25 " Shirts and Drawers, high WASHINGTON COUNTY. MONTPELD3R. Arrangements were completed Thurs day for the graduating exercises nt the Slontpellor high school, which will bu held Wednesday evening, Juno 1!. To SIlss Florcnco Whcolock falls the honor of valedictorian and SIl.-s Ruth Temple ton will have tho salutatory. There are 12 members of the graduating class this year. The class day parts have been as signed as follows: Class oration, Harold Jones; class will, Arthur TherlauK; class prophecy, SIlss Ruth Gordon; clas history, SIlss Helen Huntington; class oration, Launcolot Coffin; essay SIlss Lena Hill; oration on Industrial Vermont, Clifton Daley. The general assumpsit case of Emer son vs. Lndd, to lecover the value of a quantity of logs, went to the Jury In Washington roMnty court late Thurs day afternon. Slay SI. Slulonson has been granted a divorce from Caleb Slalonson of Barro. These parties formerly resided In Brookfleld nnd Sir. Slalonson deserted his wife six years ago, since which time nothing has been heard from hlm The custody 'f tho minor child was given to the peti tioner. N O, B. Gllman of Greenfield, Slass,, has been Invited to bo secretary of tho local Y. SI. C. A. In placo of Harry R. Bolles, resigned, and the Invitation has been con ditionally accepted. It Is expected that If ho Is finally engaged. Sir. Gllmon will tnke up his work In Slontpellor about Slay 1. , Sirs. Stolen Howard died Thursday morning nt tho homo of Arthur Howard, her son, nfter a long Illness with consump tion, aged 77 years, The deceased was ,i native of Woodstock, Sho had resided with her son only since Inst September. Funeral services were held Saturday morning and the Imdy was taken to East Haverhill. N. H. The Jury In the assumpsit case of A. H, Emerson vs. C, St. Ladd nf Worcester, to recover the value of a quantity of logs, returned a verdict Friday morning for tho plaintiff to recover $251.15 and his costs. F. Henry Raymo of Northtleld ha3 been granted n divorce from Slary Unyno from wilful desertion. J. C. Wing appeared for tho petitioner. 13. R. Russell left Tuesday after noon for Houston, Texns, where he Is lo remnln during tho summer with hl brother on a cntt'o ranch. Uiura SI. and Jesslo B, Hopkins have purchased of J, S, Wllllnrd of Hard wick M?hnt Is known ns the old Sev erance place op Winter street In this city The price paid was J2.200, H, C, Wlllard of Burlington has been appointed cashier In the local freight oiiiuu ui wio iuonmeiier Kr weiiH t?iv railroad, 1 IlllllltU ifrtt tF TKAtrn.,1 ...I..- , placo of Arthur Johns of Burlington night clerk nt thn Montneller if,ue t Change was made Tuesday evening. Tho mnny friends n ibis cltv of Wnli H. Husband, private secretary to U, tn tnnrt, tltrtt Ut. I.nnu - - - . ,,,, vi LIIU I tlonal Inim crntlon cnminllten nf nh Senator Dillingham Is chairman, n salary of W.000. lfnrii i at, A v 4 1 , r . .t - -......,v iiimi J11IIIU lL JsiLSI .-tin Poller objectr-d to a diet of c.ittrin sttiffod into IiIh nouth by Tsr.iol ,bn!r , ., ., .,.,,,, 1 1, nut; ui With COtS Of Jl.'t.l In .tlialix,. V II ber's court at I3ast Slontpellor yesterd A flA. hn T.n.n U.I U .. t , maltreated by Abar and otn"r boys mouth became badly Inflamed from poison ot tno caterpillars and a compla was entered ngnlnsf Mialr. TIlA MfttMn,. .1L.r- .. .... ,..nB . of the day yesterday In Washington co ty court. Abide B. lenders of Wnterbi ,,.i.- hit,,,,,-,, ,t iuuuf Hum nil, no j.,;u crs for desertion. The d vorce case uiancne . r.iswonn oi .nom poller ag.il Edgar S. Elsworth, for intolerable se If' ,,nb ,... A .1 - man is now in signi it is nrobahlo en will take a recess tn-rl.iv until nevf T day afternoon when tho Stato cases bo reached. Tl... I,l1, ... . e f tercd a largu number of tho logs In ,1,-lt.A .I,. ...Ml e r .1 ti... Son of Putnamsvlllo on the meadows tween this city nnd Worcester The higher than thev were when the lee n out and the highway yesterday morn K .1.,.. .-.....-,,-. - Was under several feet of water, Tho body of Jutin C Hills, who liVMltirli f tn 1, .tit m-il Inn tn.,1,.1. n ,1 r..m Sf-rvlriS will 1x riflr1 T-VMn-t n f forn -ti.-t.tt ..in i . i ...it i the conictory nt Middlesex Oritur ypars in this city -with K, H. Hills, nuiil I'tii'l': UV fill. i'J V lllltUU it IC eiRhtoon months npo. me iwiMuy .mho wirr-am .uairy c jx-iitj ui i iwiui nviiii'i w nil u I. rtj chuck oi io,j", men yemurniiy arxicic ti.-iDuvjiii vi'jii in tiiu wilj.u ul Lin' ?-t"i"rr of Stato. This company is formed tho purpose of manufacturing butter cheese and othor milk products. The civil F-on'Ice commlon will n cnortln t ftvuM'tiotlAn -i r tn-.- weunc.-iuy, .May ior n. niaie or T i cicrK ana main nrrier ior service it Montpcller pos toff poller sent yostorday to Pta'o lYas H. II. Deavitt a cherk for ,K2.2, up inn nmniinr m lis I'nirpd Nr.iip; po-slt fund. A ennsltrnment of til VI hrr -ik trout iroin xne otaie n.sn jiaTcuery ni itux was received yesterday by John H. pond in Marshfleld. .UI.NS .UilUU lIIllill LII, HUIHTVISU music In the public schools, went Sho has been relieved from dntv the remalnuer or the school yrar cause of trouble with her voice WATERBURY. The following officers havo been pointed tor Wlnooskl lodge. W. J. ton. S TV: S. W ("".until. .T. TV; A ShelTlelil. S. R IV. T. fVielev T i-raiiK Town, .u tno uev. i . u. lvei Jennlo Granfleld of Hollows Fall is ing ner parents, .ir. anu .Mrs. Granfleld. Tho Cooley Mfg Co. Is ing Its plant to Its full capacity. D the past week right marine gasoline glnos have been shipped. Tho com has orders on hand for over 7fi engii Henry Marshall, who went Monde Jonesville to work at his trade, d tne past montn nas mtu over jix ro chased Monday the town house nn f uss ma town: consideration - Pred Mould of Morrlvlllo was In Monday. George "tV Morse Is 111. l V. Elliott, treasurer of the iiiiirinn I ru.NL , v.. in ;i iui"l I, parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. W R Elliott da v. Stenhen Craft, who has been at Mrs. Florence Ouptll's for (Ivo ' has finished work there and went day to his home In 'Woreester, M The following members of tho senior have attained the highest rank In srl ship during their high school course: i ; r. MinnmT t t.rnn luirris in Gertrude Miller nnd Miss Mayvelle MARSHFIELD. George Drew Is finishing drawln chair stock. Mls Stella Brown has in TMnlnllel,! t hero she tenrhrs set Farmers In this section report a crop ot sugar. SOUTH WOODBURY. The schools will begin April nttack of asthma Friday night McKlnistry tenches the spring tei school In tho Eastman jlstrb t in als. Glenn Sulham Is nt homo oltnr, t,,lrt T? M PrflV !lfl IV.H' Mrs. J. D. nallev's pla e - Mrs sulham is still quit' tn intrt w or Is preparing to makr cxtriMv pairs on his buildings. Mr . ml Edgar J. Hanks are expected to r from New York about May 30. MORETOWN. Morton MeAlister, who has been Ing In Hichford, returned to his wf TT. I'l IVnrtVsi slum Momlnv Mr Mrs. Fred Flury and James Hun John Hurdle, over Sunday The S' commenced Monday In the vmigo. teachers are Hell Robinson of YVH town In the upper grade and Mrs 1 Soaver of Moretown In the lower d ment. William Kingsbury met with an nciuent i- rm.ty ny an axe, in ai Kingsbury under the eye, cutting n about two mcnes long .Mr ami .u O. Ward nro visiting his brother. In Merldeth. X. H -J W. Hates ja one of his fingers Monday hi a nv cut off nt tho second Joint. WARREN. Tho dance at the town hnll Sat night was attended by about CO cou WlnlleM Pouwlnslms been visiting In Ernest Wlzzlo wns hurt In Parker' Fortunntely he escaped with only bruises and a tovere shaking up.- Oalley Gunn of Swnnzey. N H work for Iyouls liragg in tho ml depnrtment "t the store -It is re null r iiinu nii'mmi ii ii. ia j'Mii ii, place In South Hovalton, where soon to move. The schools In the began Monday with Nina I.aMori teacher In tho upper room and Hubbard In the primary departtw WORCESTER. Sunday of consuniptlrn Mr Et (Conlliiiied on liMb Pngr,)