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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS: THURSDAY. JUNE 20, 1007.
One Cent WORD. Advertising in thin column ono cent n word, eiich Insertion. Copy may bo changed every week. CubU In advance re quired. No advertisement tuUen which 13 lees than twelve words, two lines. Special terms to advertisers UBlng from 250 to :,O0C linen within twelve consecutive monthi. POINTERS. OWNERS OF FARMS who wish to Wro help or to sell a farm should ubo this column. Nearly 6,000 copies of this pnpor nre sold every Issue and your advertise. tiK'iit would bo read by many possible buyers. 87,wtf WANTED. HXTBTUENED WOMAN COOK wanted. References required. Good wages to right party. Address Mrs. George. A. D.isoomb, Westminster, Vt. HtU2t&filw2t. GIRL WASTRD for general housework nt Cedar Reach, for six weeks begin nlngs July 11. Apply In the morning to Mrs. T. W. Terry, 92 Admas St. 144.6t,&wlt CHAMHRRMAJD wanted Allen. Mlddlebury, Vt th Hotel 103,d&wtf GIRL WANTED Experienced und enp able girl wanted for second work and to assist In caro of children. The fam ily will spend the summer at Cedar reach. Family washing dona at laundry. Mrs. Howe, 403 So. Union St. 132,d&w,tf. WAXTBD-An old person with nwnn, to take car of. Address Box 23, Moscow, Vt fd.wSt. BOARDERS wanted at large farm house on the Lamoille. Write box 25, Bast Georgia Vt. &0,w2t MALE HELP WANTED. H.UJ.'S NATION A L TRADE SCHOOI .fi. RulTalo, N. Y.. barber trade, Iron, hrnss moulding, maclilnlst's trade, nickel platlr.g, upholstering, watchmaking Jewelry, telegraphy, and "200 standard trades," wages, room, board, railroad ticket furnished by "special Co operative Plans." 49,w3t FOR SALE. FOR SALE Corner grocery and provision store stock and fixtures. Good location m tho city of Rurllngton, cash sale $4i) per wvk, also a two tenement house. All at a bargain. J. 13. Hunt, Heal Estate, Essex Junction, Vt. .".l,wit. FOR SALE A nicely located homo In Essex Junction, two acres of land, pood barn, on car Line ntoo house must Ik? sold a.t one. J. n. Hunt, Ileal Estate, Essex Junction, Vt. r.l.wlt. LOST Three certificates of ownership of shares of the capital stock of the Rarre ami MontpeHer Traction and Power Company, a corporation at Rarre, Ver mont, numbers tS, f.9 and "0, for thirty, twenty and thirty shares res pectively of the par value of twenty five dollars per share, In the name of F. C. Kennedy. John J. Flynn, owner. M,w5t. FOR SALE A 200 acre farm location S miles from Cambridge, Vt., capacity ?." cows, good buildings, main road R. F, D., 3..7V) sugar trees .1 evapornters, smooth fields, excellent soli, cream taken nt the door. Price Jt.IflO for farm and sugaring outfit. J. E. Hunt, the Rar gain Finder, Essex Junction. M.wlt. TO RENT, FURNISHFT) IIOOM MroL 'Phone 721-5. to rent. 77 Rucll NOTICE. WHEN IN NEED of a granite or marble memorials write for our prices. Work ret anywhere, narro Granite Purchasing Agency, The Granite Dealers at the Quarries, Rarre. Vormont. S0,w26t. NOTICE how little It ousts to tell thou sands of readers in many towns of Ver mont whut you have to sell or what you wish to buy. Advertise In the Free Pres and you will get replies to your adver tisement. 27,wtf HUOnu IS I.AM) HOSPITAL TRAINING SCHOOL roil NU11S1'.. Tho Rhode Island Hospital "ffors 3-yours- course of training in can of pajtlents In medical, surglcHl. obstetrical and f! special dopts. 4C92 pntlonts treated in 1906. Applica tions aro now being considered for classes entering July and Sept., 1 0 7 . and Jan.. 1906. Maintenance and money allowanco sufficient for per sonal expenses are given. For further information nnd circulars, address Miss Lucy C. Ayers, R, I Hospital, Providence, R. I. City Farm For Sale Only 1 mucs from City Hall, on main county road, hns two-story house, ten rooms, bath, toilet, h' and cold wnter and hot water heat. Farm contains about -100 acres, barn tics tip 20 head, has silo. Rulldlngn in flrst clnss condition. All kinds of soil, plenty of wood and timber. Just the place for a dairy, poultry and truck farm. A good bargain for a quick buyer. Trice $C,2G0, one-half cash. The Reynolds Real Estate Oo., IVi .Until .St. Iliirllngton, Vt, Opposite City Hull, $1,100 BUYS FARM of 100 ncres If tnlten at onco, i mile from Wolcott villngo nnd R. Jt. depot, carries from S to 10 cows, good soil and well watered, estimated cut of spruce and hemlock 00,000, lota of wood. If you want to buy n homo dirt cheap on easy terms, got Into tho game quick, for It ,1s going to bo Bold before Independence day, 1907. Do your talk ing on this or any farm wants with The F. II. McOlnnls Rcnlty Company, Essex Junction, Vt White- TisSUe Paper For Wrapping Purposes ut tno VIUZH I'llKSS OTOMJst Vnnt aarrrflners "sraip the sMrtf of lispyy clianrr, and breast thm Maura t clreaxnitaace" HAPPENINGS IN YERMONT, (Continued from Klrst race) MONKTON RID OB. Whooping cough Is still raging. Walter and Suslo Tatro, youngest children of Henry Tatro, are very 111 with It and pneumonia. Sophia Shopard, who has been working for Mrs. buna Wulston, has re turned home because of the prevailing cough. Othors who are afflicted with It ari Ituy Rus-sell, Mury Eva Miles, Wesley Little and Josslo Cox. Evah Shopard has gone to Monkton lioro to stay with her aunt for n few dnys.-d- A. Mites and Antolno Cnntcr aro both 111.-41 r. and Mrs. Lucius Ualdwln of Huntington wero gucnts of Mr. nnd Mrs, George Stllson, over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. II, W. Hid well have gono to North Haverhill, N. II., to visit their daughter and family. LINCOLN. Tho Moody and Wndlolgh retinlon will be held at Leslie Hill's Thursday, Juno 27. Mr. nnd Mrs. I.. A. llryant returned Saturday from M.sJono, N. Y., where they passed the week with their son, Fred Rrynnt Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dorr of New Haven wero visitors over Sunday nt Eugene Tucker's. Mrs. Wil liam Ulcknel and daughter, Mrs. Leon Cuslunan of Rrlslol, wero guests of C. It. lltoknell's family, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. William Sargent nnd daughter, Rculah, of RrMol passed Sunday with their son and wife, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ernest Sargent. The Itev. John Hector's sermon and lecture wore well received and largely ftttemlod. Miss Maude Slple was In Rut land Monday. Her nieces, Nina and "Catherine Slple, returned with her.--The Aid society will meet Wednesday ajfternoon, .Tim 2(5. The Union Church Is being cleaned and renovated thN week. A move is being made to procure cushions for the church. ORWELL. The Rev. Guy William." preached at the Congregational Church Sunday morning and evening, speaking to a full house. Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Sanford of Lud low are in town for a week. D. C. Abell I" confined to his bed. Heart failure seems to bo the trouble-Mrs. E. L. Stevens Is building a new barn nt her farm. C, L. Stay Is building an addition for n. harness shop and office. Michael Dewett is gaining. Russell Young was nt home over Sunday from Rurllngton. Mrs. L. N. Ressett nnd two children have returned to Saratoga, N. Y having been with friends In town three weeks. George Wright Is taking Mr. Abell's place nt our railroad station. EAST MIDDLEBURY. Knt Klrby nnd Miss Agnes Roardman passed Saturday with friends In Corn wall. Kent Klrby captured a yotini fawn In the woods near his home last week. Mrs. Hiram Rlsliop and little .nnghter of West Sallshury were recent guests of Mix. Rlshop's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Reed. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Partridge are guests of Mr. Partridge's mother, Mrs. Sarah Partridge. NEW HAVEN. The Ladles' Union held a social with Mrs. William Stowo Wednesday afternoon Mrs. I. J. Everest, who has been 111, is much Improved Miss Marcla Wltralow Is nt home from Wnterhury for her an nual vacation. Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Rowley returned Monday from a visit of several days In Shelburno. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shed rick of Hrlstol wero guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. O. C. Coates Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Silas Wright are guests of friend" In Burlington. Mr. nnd Mrs.. F. H. Conant visited II. C. Copnnt and family Sunday. Miss Edna Daniels Is at home from South Hrlstol, where flio has been teaching. SALISBURY. Mrs. C. 1'. lioardman has closed her home here and gone t East Mlddlebury, where she. will reside with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur I Vmgliss. Mr. and Mrs. Fred erick Hntten of Lynn, Mass., are visiting friends hero. Tho deat. occurred yesterday morning of Myron. H. Hamilton following a gen- oral break down duo to old age. Mr. Ham ilton was 79 years old. ERIDPORT. Warren Holdredge was among the grad Uittes from the high school at Mlddlebury. Edward Ie, who was caring for the sick at A. C. Preble's, was taken ill and re turned to his homo In Vergenncs. Mr. nnd Mrs. Edward Shackc-tt aro visitors In town. Mrs. H. L. Townsend has returned from Taunton, Mass. Edith Wing, who passed tho winter in tho West, Is at home once more. Tho gross receipts of the strawberry festlvnl. amounted to upwards of $3S. Mrs. Aurella Fletcher and Miss Pattle Fletcher are at the old ho;ne again. ADDISON. Tho many friends of Fannie Sears aro very much phvused over her victory In tho recent content for tho trip to James town. A few from here attended tho Pomona Grange ait Lincoln and report a very plimiunt time. The schools In town Iuivh generally closed for tho summer vac'ithm Tho students from tho Ver gennes high school are home for tho ium nwr vniatlon. Tom Sprnguo Is at Will Wood's for 'tho summer. Mm, MnrthA K-llogg has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. liarber. Mattle O'Rry.in has tioen on the sick list nnd her mother has been caring for her, The funeral of Mrs. Allen Norton was held from the Raptlst Church on Monday. Sho was a resident of this town for many years hut for tho past few jeors had resided In Vergennes. PANTON. During tho thunder shower of Tuesday iiftternoon lightning struck a barn belong ing ito Herbert Norton and after splinter ing a few loards glanced off on the tel jVhono wire and disappeared, having done but very little damage. Four horses wore In tho barn but did not seem to Ik In the least nffoeti'd. Tho win fell in torrents, accompanied by hall and wind. Miss Helen Adams of Worcester, Maw., is ait home for the summer. Presiding El dor P. L. Dow will speak nt tho Methodist Church next Sunday afternoon. The Indies' Homo circle will meet at the 'Muthodlst imnsonngo Wednesday ntter noon, June 2fl. Mlns Emma Mclaren, a roturned missionary, Bpoke at tho Pirrtlst Church last Sunday, R. J. Kent was m Uurllngton Monday nnd Tuesday. The Whools in town close .this week for the summer vacation. Mrs, Charles SikiuIiI. tng was in Mlddlebury Friday and Satur day vlMtlng relative. A largeparty from East Addison wemo Itfiptlzed Intho lake nt Adams'H Ferry Inst Sunday by the Rev. H. H. White and the Rev. S. H. Myers, A doo mvam from tho New York side to Avory's Island in Ruttou Rny recently and after a short stay on tho Island dis appeared. CHITTENDEN COUNTY, CHARLOTTE. Several from this part of tho town at tended tho cxcrclfci Juno 11 In Die Dap- tlst Church In Hnl Charlotte, and wero especially Interested In tho excellent his torical sketch of tho Ilapllst Church presented by Mrs. Roderlo H. Eno of Charlotte. The church was organized In 1S07, with nineteen members, In tho house of Abel Olbhs. The name of Abel Glbhs appears on the land records for the first time In 1797, and he profbnbly lived nbout whero the Ellshn Jackman house stands. In JNW the membership had Increased to forty1, nnd the first church was built that year. The present brick church nnd par nonage were built In 1M1, The late Alan son Edgerton was the gnnernl contractor, and Esbon Prlndlo, then a resident, had charge of the mason work, The office of dencon In tho Raptlst Church has been held by three generations of the Clark family, Amos Clark, then Homer, nnd a grandson of the latter, ntso named Homer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jay A. Clark, Is now acting In thnt eapnelty. During the Civil War and about 1V,2, when things looked the darkest for tho North, several wnr meetings, ns they wero cnlled, were held In this town to procure volunteers, nnd ono of tho most exciting of them was held In tho Raptlst Church during which several volunteers were obtained, who united with men from H1nsbnrgh In forming a oompnny, nnd this company was taken under the com mand of Cnpt. John H. Allen of Hlnes bnrgh. John H. Thorp received a telegram Mon day announcing tho death of his brother, Edward Thorp of Rloomlngton, III., Sat urday'. Tho deceased was born In Char lotte In IMS. About 1S.10 he went Into the Commercial bank of Rurllngton ns teller with Charles P. Hart of Troy as CJtshler. He went from Rurllngton to the Merchants H Drovers' bank of .Toilet. III., for a few years, and afterwards to Rloomlngton when the First National hank of Rloom lngton wns established. Ho had remained connected with this Institution for many years as vice-president and held this oltlco at the time of his death. Mr. Thorp was nn excellent business man nnd ranked high among bankers. He leaves a wlfo and one son, Prof. Frank H. Thorp of tho Massachusetts Institute of Technology. There Is great complaint of dry weather and short feed In pastures. The children's day exorcises in the Congregational Church passed off finely. The audience room was nicely decorated with flowers nnd potted phnts. Cnrollno Wooster nnd Phoebo Horsford have gone to Rarro for commencement at Goddard. W. N. Root has bought the Thompson's point cottage of George L. Pease, and will occupy It it once. EAST CHARLOTTE. Tho Rev. Thomas Hafer, State evange list, will nsslst the Rev. Thomas Davison, pastor of the Raptlst Church, In a series of meetings, beginning Thursday even ing. The Ladles' Aid gave a straw lcrry and Ice cream t-Ovilablo at the Rap tlst parsonage Tuesday Sunday was observed as Children's day at the Rap tlst Church. Tho exercises were of a most Interesting character and participated In by the largest number of children for several years The department of cradle roll work, superintended by Mrs. R. W. Eno, was of espoclal interest. The Rev. G. H. Carr of Ulysses, Pa., former pastor, gave a short address to the chil dren. Extra seats were required to feat the congregation. The Rev, R. S. Ed wards nnd the Rev. and Mrs. G. H. Carr and daughter are visitors In town. Dr. W. U. IT. Varney, who attended tho Masonic, meeting in Rnrllngtr.n last week, will also attend the health officers school there this wi-ek. Ethallnda and Robert Rich of Rurllngton nre visiting their grandparents. Dr. nnd Mrs. Varney. Mrs, Sarah Dumas of Hrlstol Is the guost of her brother, J. R. Taggart, Mrs. Iorette Dean of Monkton was n visitor at F. A. Ellison's for a few days last week. Mrs. Electo Gove of Forrlsburgh Is visit Ing her children. The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Germain Is 111 with German mea1es. Father Flanagan of Uoston preached at the CaUiolIc Church Sunday. Miss Ella Smith of Rurllngton ii visiting her parents. A class of 27 children will receive first communion nt the Roman Catholic Church Friday. School No. 7 tnught by Miss Mar)' Qulnlau has been closed because of scarlet fever, among the puplR The Addison Raptlst association chased its 71th annual meeting Wednesday, June 12. at East Charlotte. The meeting open ed Tuesday morning with a devotional service led by the Rev. S. H. Myers of Panton, the Rev. S. P. Perry preaching tho annual sermon. Addresses weTe mado by Miss Tim of Vermont Academy Snxtons River, In the forenoon and In the afternoon by the Rev. W, A. Davison. An historical sketch of tho Charlotte Church by Mrs. Roderick W. Eno and addresses in the Interest of the Woman's Missionary societies were given by Mrs Perkhnm cm homo work, nnd by theMIjes Melxinm and Shlnn on foreign work Dr. Spalding of Roston gave tho open ing address In the evening followed by an evangelistic sermon by the Rev George R. Stair Mlddlebury. Tuesday forenoon, tho Rev. S. P, Perry gave an address on young people's work. The meeting closed with a consecration ser vice led by the Rev. George R. Stair. It was voted to hold the next annual meet ing at Vergenncs, Sixty delegates and ministers were present. The church was filled at every session the beautiful wenthcr nnd excellent condition of the roads being very favorable. WES T MILTON. Oliver Cameron, 22, will. If the lake Is still July 7, swim from Camp Rich to Stvago Island a dlttancc of two miles Should the water be rough that day, he 111 do the stunt the first still Sunday thereafter. F. E. Rlake and IT, A. Gran ger will follow him in a boat so there will bo no danger of his drowning should ho become exhausted. School closed Thursday and Miss. Wooii, the teacher went to Randolph that night. She will not return for tho fall term. Mrs. Albert Wnlston went Friday to Middlesex to visit her daughter, Mrs Gt-orge Reynolds. The river Is very low and grass is drying up on the hills, George Granger Is painting his building. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Fllnn, Mr. nnd Mrs Earl Costello of Milton Roro and Mr. and Mrs. II. D, Costello nnd Mr. and Mrs Alton Costello were guests of their moth er, Mrs. Sarah Costello, Sunday. HUNTINGTON CENTER. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lafayette were the guests of his sister, Mrs, Thaddeus Fuller, tho last of tho week. Mis. Mag glo Goodonougli and children of Montpel ler nre visiting relatives hero. Osman Fisher of Hrlstol was a guest of F. R, Strong and A. II. Hlghley the last of tin week. Mr. and Mrs. William Lcavett vis Itod his sister at Jericho over Sunday. Tho young friends of Miss Alien Andrews gave her a surprise party Wednesday evening. Refreshments wero ierved of Ico crca.ni and cake. Miss Adah Murray of Richmond visited her mint, Mrs. F. G. Raglny, tho past week. Mrs. Olive C. I! Rrow ster Is visiting her parcntn, Mr, and Mrs. William Cndy, In Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. C, W. Ragloy visited Hrlstol Saturday and Sundny. Isaiah Strong of Chicago, 111., visited Ills brother, Frank, tho first of tho wenlt, Mrs. Sarah Gorton Is lu JJuthel thla weok. SOUTH BURLINGTON. The schools closed Friday. During tho four terms taught by Miss Bunico Prior In district No. 3 her two sisters, Sarah and Mary Prior, have not missed a day. Three other pupils had no absent marks the last term, Ralph nnd Florence Aldrlch nnd Esther Cockle. .Ronjamln Lawrence went to Wetport, N. Y Mon day to pass tho week with his mother. Frank nnd Eliza Wells of Hanksvlllo visited their cousin, Mrs. Fannie "Tllley, last week, roturnlng home Thursday. ESSEX JUNCTION. The graduating exercises of tho Essex Junction high school wore held In tho ongregntlonnl Church Thursday evening. ho house wns filled. The programme was as follows: Music. Waterman's or- hestra; Invocation, the Rev. C, C. Ad- nmsi essay, "Tho Work of tho Social Settlement," Alice Frances Stanley; ora tion, "Forest Preservation," William Da vldson Rrownell; essoy, "Robert Rums," Mnry Emetine Rntes; oration, "Tho Ne gro Crisis," John Alexander Hunter; pre sentatlon of diplomas; music, orchestra; lenedIctlon. The teachers for tho high ..ad graded schools engaged for next year follow: rlnclpal, Jesse M. Tebbetts; the other cpfirtments, tho name ns the past year; assistant principal, Ml.ss Alice Durfce of Wlnooskl; grammar department, Mrs. Julia Gardner of this village; Inter mediate department, Mls Mary Wright of Hinosburgh; 4th and 3rd primary. Miss 'annle Day of Colchester; 2nd nnd 1st primary, Miss Adell llolley of this vil lage: kindergarten, Miss Alice Athc-rton of this village. Mr. Tebbetts Is a Ver mont pr. He graduated from MontpeHer Seminary In 1903 and this year from Weslej-an Fnlverslty, Mlddloton, Conn. Tuesday afternoon nt tho homo of Mr nnd Mrs. Alfred Eugene Read took place the marrlnge of their daughter, Kllza Relle, to Everett Valentino Perkins, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Ellsha Perkins of Rridge- water. The ceremony was performed by tho Rev. Chauncey r. Adams, pastor of tho Congregational Church, at half after two o'clock In the presence of a largo number of intimate friends nnd relatlvei. The bridal party enteral the parlors to tho strains of the "Lohengrin" march, played by Mrs. A. T. Arkl.-y, violinist, and Mrs. C. C. Adims, pianist, passing through an aisle of ribbon held by the hrldesmalds. The bride entered the par lor with her fntiier by whom she was given away. She was preceeded by Mar Jorio Clark ns ring bearer nnd Miss Mar Jorln Read, her sister, as maid of honor. They were met under on arch of honey- tickles by the groom attended by his brother as best man, Harold Edward erklns of Woodstock. The bridesmaids wero Sarah Florence Mason, Helen Edith White, Mrs. Illanche R.iwson Humphrey of Rurllngton and Miss Marion E. Kate of Essex Junctl. -i. The bride wore a beautiful gown cf white silk pongee and i veil caught up with l'P-s of the valley. She also carried n bouquet of that flower. The maid of boner was dressed In white niudln and carried pink r ixes. The brides maids carried pink peone s. Following the wedding there wa- a re . ptlon from three to four o'clock. Those receiving beside the bride and groom vra the maid of honor, the best min, Mr and Mrs. Read nnd Mr. Perkins. After congratulations had been extended tne guests repairen to thi' dining room wl ero b o cream and cake wero served. Miss Rln-che Rrownell of this vlllago presid. d nt 'ho table and was assist"d bv Miss Mnrgaret Whitney of Rurllngton and M' Rrse Hawley Wild er of Dorchester, Mass. The decorations of the dining t ible were t Rledermeuer ito slgn with pinsles nnd bridal wreath, the color scheme being violet, yellow and while. The parlors were pretlly decorat ed with palms nnd ferns. Sigma Nu punch was served In the living room dur ing the reception. Resides those already mentioned tho guests from out of town were the Rev. nnd Mrs. William Clsrk and daughter, Marjorle nnd son. Louis, Mrs. Hoffman and Miss Hoffman and Miss Dorothy Walters of l.y idon, and many friends from Rurllngton Including the members of the Sigma Nu fraternity of which the groom Is a member. The gifts were numerous anil inemuen pieces m cm glass, china, silver and linen, also money in gold from relatives. The happy coupie left amidst showers nf rice and confetti for a short absence. In September Mr. and Mrs. Perkins will go to I.yndonvllle whore they will make their home. Roth are well known in tills vicinity nnd aro held In high esteem. Mrs. Perkins will be missed In the social and religious life of the community. Mr. Perkins is a grad uate of the Fnlverslty of Vermont in the class of IfhVi. For the past two years he has been principal of Lyndonvllle Acad emy and in Heptemlier will assume duties In the Lyndon Institute. Delia, the six-year-old daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Don While, died Tuesday shortly after nonn, death being due to mal ignant diphtheria. The little girl had been Indisposed since Thursday with what her parents supposed to be the mumps und a doctor was not ealed until Tuesday morning. The remains were taken to Colchester Tuesday night for burial. The marriage of Miss Jersie Pearl Teachout to George A. Stackpoie of Rur llngton took place at the home of the hrlele's parents, Mr nnd Mrs. Henry Ste vens Teachout, on Maple street last even ing. Tho ceremony wn performed by the Rev. Chauncey C. Adams, pastor of the Congregational Church, nt (i:3n o'clock In the presence of a largo assemblage of rela tives and friends. Preceded by the little ring bearer, Annn Mallory of St. Albans, the bride with her father entered the par lor to the strains of the "Rrldal Chorus" from "Ixdiongrln" played by Mrs. Alex ander T. Arkley. They passed through nn aisle formed by ribbon held by Marlon Stackpoie nnd Mildred Teachout. sisters nf the bride nnd groom. They were met under an nrch of evergreen and white flowers by the groom nnd the clergyman, Mrs. Arkley played "The Rosary" during tho ceremony nnd followed with Mendels sohn's welding march, Tho bride wore a beautiful gown of Imported voile over white silk and a veil which was caught up with lilies of the valley. Sho carried a bouquet of the same tlowvrs, A recep tion followed the servlco and after best wishes and congratulations had been ex tended tho guests repilred to tho dining room where dainty refreshments were served. Miss Hazel Tabor of Rurllngton nnd Miss Sirah Johnson of this village poured coffee and Miss Katherlnc McCnf freyof Rurllngton and Misses Jessie Rates, Hnzel Arkley nnd Allco Atherton served. Tho tables were prettily decorated, tho flowers used being pink nnd white carna tions. Tho parlors were decorated with flowers and evergreens. Tho gifts were numerous and Included cut glass, silver, china, linen nnd money, The bride Is a graduate of tho high school In the class of 1903 nnd of the Albany Ruslness Collegn In the class of 1901. The groom Is a mer- cliant In Rurllngton nnd the on of Mr.J and Mrs. Cliarles II, Btnckimlo of Pitts burgh, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Stackpoie Uon returning from their wedding Jour ney will bo nt homo nt 119 North Wlnooskl avenue, Rurllngton, Thoso present from out nf town wore Mr. Stackpoie nnd daughter. Mnrlon, and son, Miles, of Pittsburgh, MIsnarrlo Rtaekpolo of Now York, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. A. Coleman of St. Albans and Mrs. J. 11. Rurke of Brattle boro. UNDERHILL. Tho prize speaking at thu G. A. It. hall Frldiy evening was largely attended. The selections wore alt patriotic nnd well rendered, Tho first prize, a handsome gold pin given by the W. R. C, wns nwarded by tho Judges to Harold flayden. Tho second prize, a nlco copy of Iing fellow's poems, wns awnrded to Miss Marjory llayden, The Judges wero Prin cipal Lynn Urown of Jericho, Miss Mary Adrian of Jericho and Principal W. H. Cosey of Cambridge. Mrs, D. W. Knight, patriotic, instructor for tho . R. C, presented the prizes. The contestants were Fannie Cook, Emma Urown, Martha Rogers, Harold llayden, Allco Griffin, Mao Rlakey, Ida Houghton, Marjory llayden, Lucy Ilamnrd, Luna Glrason. Mrs. L. C. Fowler has returned home after a two weeks' visit to her mother In St. Albans. The Itev. H. O. Rarnard, n former pastor of this place, conducted the Sunday evening servlco at tlio Con gregational Church and was welcomed by a largo audience. Mr. and Mrs. Rarnanl are the guests of the Ib'V. Mr. Atwood. Miss Minnie Shane, who has been nt the Mary Fletcher hospital for Fome time, Is visiting her Hster, Mrs. C. W. Graves. Mr. nnd Mrs. H. H. Howe of Rutland nre visiting at R. II. Day's. MILTON. The funeral of Miss Amanda Fuller was held at the home of her brother, Haldy Fuller, Saturday at 2 p. m the R'v, E. E. Herrlek officiating. The choir of the Congregntlonal Church sang. Miss Fuller uis St years old. She le-ives two sisters, Mrs. Caroline Hyde of East Georgia and Mrs. Julia Hall of South Hero and one brother. II. 1 1. Fuller of this place, with whom fbe lived. Among there who were present from out of town wereher nephew, William Fairbanks nf Monisvllle, Mr. nnd Mrs. I.u.ien Allen and Mr. Reynolds of Siuth Hero and Grind 1M". Mlm Wood man of Rurllngton, Mrs, Grlnnell, Mrs. Gale nnd Mrs. Metcalf of Georgia. Mrs. Sarah .loslyn has returned from a several weeks' visit. In West ford. Mrs. H. E. Powell Is passing a few days with her sn, Homer, nt Canastota, N. Y. Tho Rev. M. H. Ryan Is attending the preachers meeting at Esrex Junction. Mrs. H. M. Reynolds Is passing several weeks with Mr. Reynolds's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Reynolds, Mrs. R. E. Fair child of Rolchertown, Mass., is at her sister's, Miss A. M. Crown's. Mr.-. M, J, Jackson of Rurllngton has been pass ing a few days with Mrs. II. G. Meeker. Peter Depatln nf Rarre was at home over Sundav. -Prof. Emerson of Rur llngton will lecture on'Tmrnlgntlon" at the Congregat'on il vestry Thursday even ing. HUNTINGTON. Fernando Place and Mrs. Amy Spragne were married by R. F. O'Hrlen at his residence the last of the week. Among those who attended the quarterly meet ing nt Wnterhury were the Rev. and Mrs. H. E. Kemp, Guy Gorton, Sanford Ross nnd Miss Kate Thompson. Mrs. Marietta Frowley nnd daughter and friend Mrs. Wilbur of Providence, R. I., nre passing a few weeks nt N. A. Rlckford's. Mrs Susan Mason entertained the King's Daughters Wednesday. Dr. nnd Mrs Fnlhy. Mr. nnd Mrs. William Cubltt left Wednesdny for a carriage drive to dif ferent points In Canada. The family of I. A. Ring Is eonvalesclng. Mr. ami Mrs. R. E. Merrill with Mr. nnd Mrs. J. s Sweet nre going to Thompson's point this week for an outing, Rail playing on the park is becoming n nuisance. A village Improvement society will be needed to repair damages. I. L. Strong of Chicago called on friends here Tuesday. A. J. Crandnll was In Rurllngton Wednesday. W. Roby Is moving to Duxbtiry, whVre he has employment in a mill I.. W. Srofleld of Ilineshurgli Is doing some repairing on his residence here. Mrs. Nettle Fargo entertained the King's Daughters Wednesday. HINESBURGH. Wlllard S. I'artch and family have returned from Santa Rarbara. Cal where they have lived the past two years. They will pass the summer at . ThntT1I1Bntl., ,.. .....n Mr. Davis, who . . farm which he has bought lu Stnrks- boro. Tho Methodist society bad a very pleasant sociable Wednesday af ternoon, June 12, nt G. D. Leonard's. C. C. Miller has comn with a force of 11 men to put up n K'0-foot farm liani for N. D. Pnrtch. Charley Rounds Is training a lot of horses on tho track with headquarters at Leonard Ray's farm. R. E. Weller Is training .another lot with headquarters at Daniel Pat rick's. Myron Ramos has bought Eliza Lewson's house nt the Corners for $1,400 nnd Sidney Glftln has bought the land for Jf.oo. In No. fi school tnught by Rlanehe Small. Pauline I.eonatd, Maud Tracy, Nellie Reynolds and Er mn Partch had no nbsent or tanly marks, Miss Reatrlee London of Hrlstol is vlsltlug Ruth Franco. Supt. M. R. France, his daughter. Ruth, nnd Miss Lnndon nttended the high school commencement ut Shelburue.-TIie Huntington Dramatic club gave a mi -cessful entertainment in the town bill Saturday night. Mrs. Caroline l. Weeks passed lust week In Hrlstol visit ing her niece. Miss Helen Weller. Mrs. Ira Rromley wn the vlct'iu nf a serious accident last week. A horse attached to a -stoneboat ran away and In the nttempt to rescue her child she was knocked down anil thu boat p issed over her. Her collar bono wns broken and she was badly bruised. Charles I.avlgno Is very low nt his home In the west part of the town. He Is nn octo gennrlan and has passed a long and useful life In this town. Children's day was observed In tho Methodist Cliurch Sunday, a long nnd successful programme being rendered by the chil dren nnd the choir, nnd there was a large attendance. Alice Lnndon of Gass.nts and Flora London of Rurllngton are nt henie,--Murray Love of Shelburne Is passing this ween at Ills farm. The Rev. Geurgo II. Watt, colporteur, held an open air ser vice from th Kind stand Monday even ing. Mrs. Lorano Flanagan nnd grand daughter, Lualne Manson, of Rurllngton are visiting In town. Mrs. Chester Hal lock and daughter nio lu Rurllngton. Mrs. Clarence Raker of Rurllngton Is with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Ross, Mrs, Imogene Eaton of New York Is pa81"!? semio time with her parents, Mr, nnd Mrs. I,owl8 Rlssonette. J. W. Goodell of Rurllngton Is setting a fine monument on the Love nnd Ray lots at the Mechanlcsnlllo cemotery. Ray Sever ance of Rurllngton Is with his grand mother, Mrs. Sidney Ray. RICHMOND. Tho marriage of Miss Iiulso Laroek anil D.inn Lipolnt of Rurllngton took plnro at tho Church of Our Lady of the Holy Rosary Monday morning nt nine o'clock, the Rev, A. J, Glynn performing tho ceremony. Frank Iozo of Keesevllle, N. Y., was best man and Miss Julia Larock, a sister of the llrlde, was blrdes- maid, Miss Dana Roslwlck played the wedding march from "Iihe-ngtin." After a short trip they will reside In Hurling too, iMr, ami Mra. ii, Q, Leary liave re- turned to Rurllngton. Miss Qumn of Mil ton l the guest of Mr and Mrs. D. D. Parker.- Ielnnd Rowland of Montreal Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. George Barney. -Tho "Hard Times" Wlllst club will meet at I. O. O. F. hall Friday evening and every one Is Invited.- Miss Kate Harring ton of llnrro Is pushing a part of her vncallon hero with her pironts, Mr, and Mrs. John Hnrrlnglon. Mlsi Caldwell, who has been the guest of Miss Hadle Oonnnt, has returned to Worcester, Mass. Mrs. Sherman Clark died Tuesday morn ing after a long Illness of consumption. The funernl will be held at her late home this afternoon nt one o'clok. ST. GEORGE. Tlras Islvim of Wllllston nccmipanled by his grandson, Earl Ishnm of Cali fornia called on relatives hero Friday. S, E. Hinsdale has bought n gasoline engine which he will use for general pur poses on his farm In Wllllston. Miss Nell Noonnn has completed a year's teaching In Hlnesburgh nnd relumed home. The Saturday afternoon club mot with Miss Rada Weed June 15. Mr. nnd Mrs. James Dawson of ' Hlnesburgh was In town Friday. JERICHO. Those who pay taxes on $10,000 or more nre: Estate of L. H. Chapln, nr,M2; A. F. Rurdlck, $30,200; 1), R. Rlsliop, $17,OI2;A. F, F. Wilbur, $H..V; E. H. Smith, $13,210; Jordan Urns.. $12,011; E. C. Fay. $11,021; J. A. Smtth. $19,sr,l. Mrs. Callsta Stevens. who has been with her daughter, Mrs. J. T. Varney, hns returned to Rurllngton. - Mrs. Ravey of Johnson Is visiting her cousin, Thomas Adrlen. The Rev. nnd Mrs. H. T. Rarnard of Tolland, Conn,, nre guests of the Rev. nnd Mrs. C. R. At wood. A telegram to Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Rood from Windham, N. Y., Thursday told of the death of Rodney Dennis. The young child of Morton and Helen (Rood) Whitney, Miss Ruth SMIcek of Middle bury Is visiting her sister, Mrs. E. W. Curtis. Miss Shlnn, a returned mission ary from Rurmah, Is a guest at the Rap tlst pirsonage.- Mrs. D. E. Rood has gone to Windham, N. Y., called there by the death of her grandson. Mrs. Goddard of Canada Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Y. G. Nay. A daughter was horn Saturday to Mr. and Mrs. George IOmhard. Mrs. Collins of PHtsford Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Clara Howe. Mrs. William Ravey, who has been visiting at Thomas Adrle n s, has gone to Cambridge to vl.Mt her daughters. .1. F. Krewet has gone to Jamestown. Miss Holmes lrs returned to Rurllngton after a visit at Anson Field's. Mr. an 1 Mrs, John Rrush of North Cambridge are visitors at be borne of Lorenzo Rice. Miss Ruby Alger was at her home In fnderhlll ?unday.-Mrs. II. F. Dellsle Is entertaining her sister. Mrs. O'Snll vin, of Roston. Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Gilbert of Enosburgh are at Isaac Chase's. Mrs. Gilbert and Mrs. Chase are sisters. -Miss Winifred McLane has returned from a 10 days' visit to her aunt. Mrs. DWketsnn, In Cambridge. Mrs. Ann Lincoln has not been as well for several days. Mr. nnd Mrs. Montague and children went to Rik ersfleld last week for a visit. Mr. Mon tague has retimed home but Mrs. Mon tague will remain there some t'me. Mas. tor Orlo Cleveland has been staying w'th his aunt, Mv.s. Foster. Alton Saffnrd, Mls Carlle Safford, Mr. nnd Mrs. James Saf ford, Jr., nnd their guests. Mr. and Mr. Raymond Williams of Holyoke, returned from Mnlletts Ray Monday, where they visited Charles Jackson and family. Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Rarnird of Tolland, Conn., who have been In town for a week, went to their home Tuesday. -George Miller has moved Into E. R. Williams's tenement near the Iron bridge. George Howe, who has been visiting his mother. Mr. CMra Howe, for a few days, went Monday '.o Pittsford, where lie will remain for two months. George Nay of Ole-is Falls. N. v.. accompanied by his law partner and if wen. over Sunday guests of Mr. Nay's patents, Mr. and Mrs. Y (5. N'"av. They made the trip in their automobile. Miss Mamie Carroll of this town is one. of the graduates nf the Johnson Normal school in the class of If" T. Children's day will lie observed at the .second Congregational Church Sundiy at one o'clock. H. R. MattUnore Is seriously I'.t at h' home on Lee rlver.-MI".- Alice Fl igg Is in town Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wil liams and daughter have returned to Holvoke, Mass., after a two weeks' vacation with relatives lu r Dr. O. R. Hulburd attended the health officers" tchod In Rurllngton, this week It Is expe-ted the Jericho Center Cornet band wl'.l play a the school picnic Saturday. Rurton Fields and Vernon Ruxton have been visiting in town Mrs. M. M. Rem ington is in Esi-on Jun-tlon for a few days. The programme of exercises to be given bv tho pupils of the Sundiy s hoal Sundiy nt one o'clock in the Congregational Church In observance of lilldren's diy will be as follows: Song, school; greeting, Rernard Varney. Sivllle Safford; invoc.i tlon; song, Miss Howe's cl iss and Mrs Charles Percival's class; sins, Mrs. Fred. erii'k Perelval'". class: chorus, choir; "The Knler's Question," Phyllis Rrown; exer else. "The Earthly and the Heavenly, Mr. Frederick Percival's cl.is.s and Charles Per.ival's class; chorus, school: responsive rending: remarks, the pastor: chorus, schonl: "Genl Car. s, (.lenient Perelvnl: chorus, school: song, Donald Perelvnl: exercise, "For CipMlu Jeus," Lanta .Meade. Minerva T.enlln, Rertha Sclilllhammer: song. Mr, lre.iericn tor Ival's class; "The Children's Mission, Mvrtle Alger: chorus, school, A cup or Cold Water," Resslo Pcicival; ciioru school. JERICHO CENTER. Liunceiot C. Goflln is at home from MontpeHer for the summer vacation. AM the public rchools In town are to have a union picnic In H. C. HUss's woods. There will bo exercises by the pupils and It 's expected the Jericho Center band wll. furnish music F. H. Shepardson of Rich mond, manager of the Vermont Condensed Milk company, was In town Monday look Ing up a situ for the receiving station soon to be located here, Irving and Henry Rallar.1 have taken the contract to paint the steeple of the Congregational Church at Jericho Corners and began their worl; Tuesday. -Miss. C. E. N.iy of Rurllngton and son, Russel, were nt her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Rrown, over Sunday Mrs Julia Whitney Clifford of Rurllngton is making n short visit nt her sister s, Mrs 1". A. Stlles's. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Hop kins of Waterbuiy and tluir friend, Mrs Smith of Alabama, were nt their grand son's, Dr. H. D. Hopkins, Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hasklns ex pect to return from Rurllngton about Juno 21 to their placo In this village. ESSEX. Tho Children's day OMircisas nt the Methodist Church Sunday night were largely attended. A pleasing programme was given, Mrs, Frank Cook and son Elmer, visited hero Saturday, Harlow Thompson, who Is nt work nt North Hartland for the Central Vormont Hall way company was nt homo Sunday. Guy Ransom is 111. F, F. Freeman of Richmond was here Tuesday buying cat tie Quito a number of tho grangers of this place nttended tho Pomona meet Ing at I'ndorhill Tuesday. Dennis Rums opened his store Tuesday, UNDERHILL CENTER. Mrs, Wllllnm Ravey of Johnson lia been visiting Ii-nncls Cahlll, her brother II. R. Mnttlmeire, reading on Ix-e rivers In Jericho, suffered a shock of paralysis Satfirday nnd Is In a critical condition Orson Rrown died of Rrlght's disease at the Fanny Allen hospital Thursday The boely wn brought here the foleiwlng elay for burial. Mr. and Mrs. O. A Terr 11 visited relatives last week In Morris I 1e Stowe nnd other points In Lnr. Mo coirtny. A forty hours devotion sen- e, beginning Monday nnd closing Wednes day morning, was held at the Catholic Ohurefh this week I J Rrown is very 111 with appendicitis.--John Hnrvev suffered n severe attack of heart trouble Fr day while nt wen-k In tho field nnd w'io found wns unable to Bpeak or rriet He rallied ho-.vever nnd Is now mn h Im proved. R. C. Ward of Des Moines, Inwa, Is visiting relatives her" nnd nt Jericho. Mrs. Atherton ef Mr mrgh, passed last week with her sister, Mrs. Orrln Hoyt, 1 SHELBURNE Tho graduating exercises of tho hlga school wero well attended, standing rjom being all taken early. Tim essays an.l or.itlons wero well rendered nnd show" 1 thorough preparation. Tho Lidles' Im provement society netted $30 from 'he sal of Ice cream nnd cako after the cis. if the exercises In tho church. Miude Ma comber nnd Ethel Domlny passed Fr lay nnd Siturday In town vist'iig friends a returned to Plattsburgh Sit irdny Foster Heaxt went to his honu In Mayfleld, N. Y Stturday Harry Gates returned from Plattsburgh Monday. Mrs. Mary M Dry ett examined a el'i.-s of nine fruit C n r lotto for entrance In the h'gh sc' -ol Mi day. Mr. nnd Mrs Rert T - man aro it parents of a daughter ' o-i June 14 - Harry Weed nnel family are occ ipi, g the Rushlow cottage for the .-unim . Mrs. W. Seward Webb went to Grown, Miss., last we-ek to be pr srt a tho commencoment exercises of the Gro'.on school Hnrry S. Weed aid f tr'ly of Rurllngton am passing tV summer camp at Rurrlit's cottage Mr and Mrs. Walter We lister and Mr a 1 Mw i P. Van Vllet entertained the numbers aid ladles of the Trv Plotte ebi'i Tqe. d.iy eve-i- ing nt the club rooms nar.ts from ' Shelburne Farms greer.heiuses have been set out in tho depot and park (lower lds Master Thomas Fay returns from 'he Montreal college to-day for "le V ildays Charles L .Tracy has arrived from New York to pass the summer he: re. WINOOSKI. The commencement exer .srs of ' Wlnoosk high s. hool were held ' f poratlon hall Friday night and were tended by one of the largest aueiier in' tho h'story of the school A' t 1 of tho essays, orations an 1 nmsi Su perlntendent of Schools Hen'v Cir 'i orj rented diplomas to the s'x grid l as follows: Latin sclentlllc -o irs.' K ' 1 Ine Mary Fitzgerald, CVel e L, hi I nnnde. John Walter Mini-i.n E g'N course, M. Mildred Moselv Fl i- n 1 ettn Klnir. Grace Kmnii Rl ik v T e tx- erc'ses were broucrht In a . ' fl y ad- iltess to he graduates by Mf'rw II. tlueU-hnm. iires hler.t of t.e Jr Vermont. Mrs. William Ruraby died at hi r home on I'll Ion street e r' M morning after a lingering lire s i nl.onf ten years. She Is survived 1. husband and one daughter M Joseph Sansiiticle of Ibis village T funeral wns held Wednesday mo" ing at St. Francis Xavier churn A valuable horse owned Iv .Inset h Miller who n-sldes on the L.iMgne farm nt Malletts bay wns ihot Sat urday, morning liysome unknown i er- son. The wound Inflicted neces-silati d the killing of tin- niiini.il Deer been seen In the neighbor! 1 lati iy and It Is the opinion that l.-in' rs weiu lfter them out of Senior Hie funei.il of Mrs. Vi 1 iri y was liepi yeqeruiv ti...r c i' , Franc's Xavier Church T' P.- J F Audett conduct.. t!- s s T bearers weie Cb irl-p V Dr- I m l C.inieiitier. 1'. Edward A. r. 1 r Hiiard, J. R. E eii. vrler a 1 ' i M cotte. Interment .i ! f i- n Xavier ce-neti ry. Reside a . us i i aid el-ingl-ter. h 1' survived ' ' i- s s. r, Mrs. Ilousqii-t, Mrs. N'e e. and Mn Wade of thin v.llage. Mrs J t 1 is. y ef Plttsfleld, Mass. an! M s. I" iZ I.adam of Water-bury, .r 1 w i i r Oliver Lulim of bnvrf.f, M i.-s Israel Ladam of Concord, X II Mirgan Finn, was overcome ' Tuesday afternoon while re-ur g his wr.rk In the mills. Wl e ' bill hoards .it th" corm r of ' street he foil to the ground ii .c A '1 Hi.'. lie was taken to the Alien II f 1 d Dr. Heith ndmlnlstei ed restom s Mr Finn was mre comfortable i Ing and was taken to t'.e 1" hospital. Uj V A' r son was b-rn yesp-rd i m Mr. and Mrs. F.n.est I.. -i f Peter street. Mr. and Mrs. Marfn S, r af N u'irn T street nre the parents of a da y. A daughter w.i born b. M- d Frank Cros of Mallet's Ray a njo a night. BOLTON. drover Waldo and M'ss Cons-tar-o ' I nf Itoyalton visited friends r t i S., liy and Monday. Mis Vel' re' n 1 1 i her home Monday night, . W Mr Wa i remained nnd is working for Fred Jewi' Mrs. Wall.ue Howe is dangerous I, Miss Edwards lu district No I an 1 M'se Kennedy In 'No. .1 closed their schools Fri day. Miss Edwards had a picpi- for 1 r pupils Friday afternoon.- C S Rrush lias rented his farm to Mr. Legre of Rur llngton. Arthur Stevens has purchased the John Phillips farm. Mr. nnd Mr. George Stevens hnve been visit. ng their sons. Arthur and William, the pas' week. One of Lewis Senor's work lorses dropped dead while working In the Held Monday. Mrs. Rose Rla'r wont to Bur lington Monday afternoon. Mr and Mr. A. M. Sablns of Jonesvllle visited Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Sablris Sunday. COLCHESTER. Mrs. Ellen Day went to Rarre for a week's visit Wednesdny night -Mrs. Fred Wilson nnd her daughter. Resale, went to Johnson Wi-dnou'ty to ntttlid Mm irrnduntlne exercises, Miss Hazle Wilson is a graduate. Mr nnd Mm. Perry Curtis have returned from their wedding trip A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wheeler Tues- rtuv morn nir. Mrs. v omnium ui Spiingtlelil, who has been visiting Sirs, Fred Wilson, returned home Tuesday, jlr, Howo of Essex, superintendent of schools, was lu town visiting; schools Mondny Misses Jennlo and Grnce McNeil are nt homo from their school In Mlddlebury, MILTON BORO. Mrs. Alonzo Ornvls of Chicago hai opened her cottage at Camp Rich, Mrs. Eliza Wood nnd daughters nrv camping at tho lake. Fred Wood Is expected soon from Detroit, Mich., with his yacht MIsb Emma Roan arrived from Patter son. N. J Saturdny for tho summer -Cnsslus Pratt has opened his cottajio at Camp RlclL