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Mr. nnd Mrs. C. Ij. Alexander ami son
of Burlington were In town Tuesday.
J. M. Hill wns In Montrnnl over Wednes
day. J. M. Hill Is building it telephone
lino from hero to St. A rain ml to connect
Ills two stores nnd 1ms bought the Clt
zons' lino from there running to Stook
liridgo oast some 10 miles of here nnd will
extend tho Mmc through to Belfnrd giv
ing connections with the eastern town
Mrs. It. li. Meigs arrived hero last week
from Baltimore mid has opened her cot-tatro.-
Services were held at tho Union
Church hero Sunday. Tho Rev. Mr. Smith
of Hlghgajto Center conducted the. ser
vices. -F. A. Winters' took a party to
IPhllllpsburg 111 his yne.Mt Sunday, Tin
largest picnic of the wnmn wns held at
RTisslsouol Park last Saturday. n. A.
Southard spent Sunday In Fairfax with
his family.
iiims noi.nr.N on,
Jlcals whero others fall. It Is a truo
licnlcr, an excellent remedy In case of
burns or cuts. No household should bo
without a bottle In case of emergency.
For salo by F. I Hopkins, Farmors' Ex
change, and C. W. Powell, Franklin, Vt.;
Cross A Co., C. It. Lyon & Son, Hlgh
gato; B. C. Sheldon, Swanton: Dutcher
Drug Co., St. Albans: VT.il. Morey, Kast
ralrfleld; O. C. Gcnoway, Auburgh. 25
nnd 60 cents bottles. cod.tf.
The' Lulles of tho Methodist Church
pave :t social at the home of Mr. nnd Mrs
"W. A. Soulo Wednesday evening, June
13. MIhs Carrie Hell, who 1ms been visit
ing her' sister, Mrs. M. T. Mott. returned
to her borne In Swanton Siturday. Mr.
nnd Mrs.. J. A. Mullen of Swanton passed
Sunday alt "William Mullen's. Mrs. Hor
mon Eldrcvl and 'Mrs. John Valentine were
at North Hero Sunday. Michael Mullen
of Swanton was the guest of his daughter,
Blrs. Roy Kickwell, Sunday. Miss Fan
nie Hall of Swanton Is the guest of Miss
Ixira Brown. Mrs. Mahlon Cronyon passed
Saturday In Swanton. Mrs. Nelllo Pierce,
who has been visiting- Mrs. L. A. Soule,
returned to her homo In Rutland Satur
f ay
Mrs Iaii1el Booth received word Satur
day fjiat her son, Frank, who Is 111 In
jj.arro with diphtheria nnd erysipelas, is
paining slowly. Henry Booth, who tins
een 111 for four weeks, Is able to bo
bout. David Booth went to Swanton
Saturday on business. Eddie Young of
Jiosfcon visited Mr. and Mrs. Zeb Young
Xr. George Davis of Kansas City., Mo.,
visiting his mint, Mrs. Beardsley. Dr.
fc)avis has not been hero for 15 years.
Jterbert Sweet of Chance, Montana, who
itvas in town several days la-st week, start
rd for tle West Sunday.-Iohn Soulo of
Mexico is passing several weeks with his
Jrtother, Mlrs. I,. F. Soule. Miss Pnrris
(Hill close Jier school Friday. Thursday
tfvcrrlng tho school will serve ice cream
n the Congregational Church lawn for
tho purpose of getting money to buy a
new flag for tho school house. All are
fcrvitcd. Mrs. Arthur Brlggs of Haverhill,
iMass., who hrns been visiting here and in
Swanton, will return home the first of
this week. Miss Orlbbon will glvo a
tnuslcalo at Lockwood's hall in Alburgh
fi"uedny evening, assisted by several from
'mt of town, lesi-des the members of her
i!ass. Mrs. Clark Pierce of Rutland ha8
jvassed a wnek as the guest of Mrs. I. F.
Boule. Mrs. G-oorgo Turner is in Swan
ton for modioal treatment. A. H. Harvoy
(has takHii Ills neplrew, Mr. Hoyden, as
'partner.ln his business at East Alburgh.
J Xittle Ilhlllp Hazon, who broke his log,
fcnd Mrs. William McGregor, who Is suf
jtering from neuralgla, are both improving.
f-Daoid Boutin passtl Friday in Swanton.
'.-Mrs. Gcorgo Fowlor and daughter of
tewartton aro visiting ot James O'Nell's.
)VV E. Deuel and Bentley A. Darrow wore
ttn Burlington Moivaay. Mr. and Mrs.
.Warren BuTlelgh ajid Bon of Burlington
j?aEsed Sunday at Fred Fefec's. Mrs.
bG-enlo Tike haa moved into rooms at Wal
tter Hutchins's. Her son, Seneca Pike,
i'lbegan carrying mall on the summer free
'delivery route at Isle I.a Motto 'Monday.
iJilttlo Hazel 3IIUIke.r is visiting Maa
Thresher. Hotwrt Reynolds passed Sim-
ittay;ln Champlain, N. Y.
jf Iklr, and Mrs. Allen Hall are happy over
atho lilrtu of a daughter nnd Mr. and Mra.
Kit Fifty over the birth of a pon. Mrs.
SMutUo Phelps Deuh and daughter of Kast
Orange, N. J., are in town ror mo sum
me,r. Jllss Dorothy Hill Is at homo from
kchool in Burlington. James Loop is home
fofrom school in Swanton. Mrs. J. K. But
ter of Burlington and Miss Frances Bpul
flock of Romo, Georgia, nre guests of Mr,
nd Mrs. N. W. Flsk this week.
' J. li. Donaldson and W. S. Pearl are
enlarging and improving tholr barrm.'
tBmery I'araidee. road commissioner is
improving the hlghwnys with a coat of
gravel, Wells nnd cisterns ara very low
And tnony have to draw water.
Willis Mlnrkler If able to bo out after a
Jong mrd serious illness. Edward Gordon
tain taken vnry critically sick Tuesday
while doing business at tho ofllco of It. R
flamson, tho -town clerk. Hu was taken
to tho Mary Fletrhcr hospital. Burling'
ton, by Dr. Stylos Wednesday morning,
ton. by Dr. Styles Wednesday morning,
Ho dld In tho afternoon, following an
Tho sixth comtnememnit exercises oif
IMaplo 1awn Acnd?my In this town took
clae.o in tho Congregational Church Fri
day afternoon, June 14, before an audience
which fllle4 tho church to its utmost
capacity. Tho church was very prettily
decorated for tho occnMon wrtn a pro
fusion of fenv potted plants, and cut
flowers and presented a very attractive
appearance. Across the top of tho stage
woo th motto of tho clas "Grodatlm
audi th Clare banner in tho olas colors
maraU gold. On tho stago were
oauttxl IP&uApai Mra. W. M. Slovens nnd
the rjfuSuaAe: Ray Reuben Allen Ctnr-
JcflyJCltv-olentlllc course, and Mnrle
'.larlon,olyn, Englleh course, The pro
eramme. which was printed in last
iweek'H Free Press, ma finely rendered
r'Tho salutatory and essay and the orations
i nml valedictory by the graduates were of
J it. high order and showed careful and
! liorouirh tralnrlncr bv tho nrlnrtnal. Mrs
f W. M. Stevens. Tho pleasing manner in
I whloli tho cpnay and oraitlonn wero de
plnnse. After the. exercises tho lalion
of tho town tondored a rooarptlon to tho
graduating class, tho alumni and friends
at the residence of Juan Robinson. In tho
evening tho usual largo audience wnn
present to listen to tho class dny exerelnea
and concert by Waterman's orchestra.
Tho concert was n ttfnt to lovers of
good music and tho exercises wore much
njoyed. The clarinet nolo try W, H. Sher
man deserves spoclnl mention. The nd-
drens to the graduates by th Rev. Ocorgo
Perry was Interesting and instructive.
Twonty-foUT students have graduated
rom Maple Lawn Academy since Mrs.
Stevens enme to South Hero to reside
nd the Indications are that there will
be a good attendance this coming fall
term. The throe young men graduates
Intend to enter college this fall. Com
mencement wwk closed wltli a lttit rldo
to St. Albans and return on the steamer
Tironderogn. Elghty-llvo people from this
town attended, Tho day was perfect and
the trip very enjoyable.
Ebor A. Hill died nt Uiu .homo of Mrs.
E. M. Flher, his daughter, Friday
after a long Illness. Ho was 7", yearn of
nge nnd had lived here for several years.
His wife died two years ago. He Is sur-
Ived by two sons Orrln of Sin Francisco
nnd Ifurton of Watervlllo. Tho funeral
was held nt one o'clock Sunday
afternoon. G(orge R. Barnes died hero
Saturday of pneumonia at the advanced
nge of 84 years, Tho funeral was hold
Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. I MoMnhor.
celebrated their silver wedding Friday
evening and a large number of friends
were present.
a party last evening in honor of their
daughter, Miss lona, Paul nnd Wilbur
Corse of Montpeller nro passing a part of
tho summer vacation In Stowe with their
father, A. H. Corse. The Misses Inez
Smith nnd Clyde Jenney nro visiting Roy
Smith In Bethel. U R. Tomtlnfon will go
to Boston to-day to Join Mrs. Tomllnson,
who Is visiting there. J. C. Luce Is 111
with erysipelas.
Cornelius U McMahon and Miss Hattle
Robinson of Stowe were united In mar
riage by the Rev. F. I.. Iewls Juno 14,
ifSS. They were both natives of Stowe and
were educated In the public schools. They
have since leslded here, Mr. MoMahon
lelng a member of the dry goods firm
of Miles & McMahon of the Stowe Lum
ber company and various other enter
prises. Mr. and Mrs. McMahon have
been public spirited citizens of Stowe
and have hosts of friends here, many of
whom called upon the eouplo Friday
evening tho Sr.th anniversary of their
marriage. The occasion was nn informal
one. Stowe Military Hand gnvo a concert,
and a plimsant time wn.s enjoyed, Mr.
and Mrs. R. B. Russell gave a party at
their home at the lower village Friday
evening In honor of the birthday of their
sister. Miss Viola Russell. Eber A. Hill,
awed 74 years, died after a long Illness,
the morning of June 14, nt tho homo of
his daughter, Mrs. G, N. Fisher, where
he had resided for several years. Mrs.
Hill died there about two years ago.
Previous to coming hore Mr. and Mrs.
Hill lived In Johnson. Besides his daugh
ter, Mrs. Fisher, two sons survive, Orrln
Hill of San Francisco nnd Burton Hill
of Watervlllo, Tho funeral was held Sun
day, the Rev. II. A. G. Abbe conducting
the service. The burial was mode in the
LaPorte cemetery In Morrlsrown, George
Royal Barnes died at his home at the
Forks Friday evening, Juno 14, of pneu
monia. He was 82 years of ago ami a
native of Rochester, but for many years
a resident of Stowe. Ho was throe times
married, his first wife being Miss Jnka
Simmons, the second MNs Jano Simmons,
and the third nnd surviving. Miss Mary
Burt nil of Stowe. Mr. Barnes leaves
one son, W. M, Barnes of Stowe. The
funeral was held Sunday. The Rev, Otto
Rnspo of Morrlsvllle ofllclatlng. Tho
bearers were E. W. Adams, G. W. Col
lins, Oilman Foster nnd Oenrge W.
Harris. Among those in attendance
were Mr. nnd Mrs. A. J. Thomas of
Montpeller and Roy Barnes of Water
bury. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Mark Poor Saturday.
Tho funeral of. Eber A. Hill Sunday
wan conducted by the Rv. E. M. H.
Abbott, pastor of Unity Church.
Fred Lllley, who returned from the
West to attend tho funeral of bis father
Who died recently, died Thursday about
noon. He had been a sufferer from con
sumption for over a year, going from here
to tho West for his health. The funeral
was held nt the housa Saturdny afternoon
at one o'clock.
Tho funeral of Fred it. Lllley was held
at the houso Saturday afternoon at two
o'clock. Mr. Hamlin officiated. Mr.
Lllley was tho son of tho late H. J.
Lllley nnd Mrs. Annette Lllley and was
about 83 yeans of nge, being Jmrn in
Hyde Park, October 14, 1!M. He was
educated at tho Lamoille Central Aca
demy In this village, and his business
career wns In connection with his father
In the manufacture and sale of tho
famous "Lllley wagon," On December
C, IMS, ho married Miss Augusta Bnssott,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William G,
Bassett Lllley, survived him. Hu Is also
Bassi'tt Lllley, survive him. He Is also
survived by his moUior, ono sister, Miss
Anna Lllley, and two brothers, Erwln
IJlloy of Hyde Park and Benjamin Lllley
of Bukersfleld. Mr. Lllley was a member
of Mt. Vernon Ijodgo, F. & A, M and
Tucker Chapter, R, A. 'M,, of MoTrlsvillo
nnd Sterling Lodge, I. O. O. F of
Hyde Park. Tho Bird club met Fri
day evening on Moss hill whero
Interesting papers were read by
Mrs. Ooddnrd and Mrs. Culver. Charles
E. Luther of Watcrvlllv was in
town Saturday, fJcorge Sargent of
Johnson visited with his daughter, Mrs.
13. C. Whlto Saturday. George White
and wife came to Hyde Park from Mont
peller In their nuto Saturday.
Mrs. C. H. Pago went to Burlington
Wednesday accompanied by Mrs. Flsk of
Morrlsvtllo, -Mrs. Dora Atwood of Cam
bridge wns hero yesterday. Tuesday -w.is
the warmest day of tho season, tho
thermometer registering almt 95 at noon,
O, A. McFarland was in St. Johnsbury
Monday, Mrs. C. H. Stearns has returned
from a visit to her sister In Medfleld,
Mass. Arthur Stearns nnd friend from
Hnnover passed Sunday with his parent
hore. The Rev. J. K. Fuller exchanged
with tho Rov. Mr. Frost of St. Johnsbury
Sunday. It has been several years since
the Congregational Church was so packed
as It was Sunday ovenlng to hear the
sermon to graduates by Mr. Frost. It
wns an able sermon and delivered in a
masterly manner. Mrs. E, H, Sherwin
lias returned from Manchester, N, !!, C.
P. Jones 1b the lateHt one to purchase an
auto. "Tbo Burglar," a delightful comedy
drama, Is to be given at the opera house
Friday night. If. K, llolbrook and family
passed Sunday with C, E, Holbrook,
F. O, Lunt has sold his fancy driving
liorso to Now York parties for $3.71, Mr,
Lunt delivered, Uiu liurto at Burro fur
shipment, Orlln I,cnch Is hern from
Philadelphia to visit his nieces, the Misses
Bugbee, John Weafcr Is ill with tho
grip. Ilnrlow Iov!ns enmo from Cam
bridge Friday evening to remain over
Sunday with Harold Flsher.--W, W. Fair,
thinks went to Milton Saturday to at
tend the funeral of hl.i aunt, Miss Mnndy
Fuller. H. A. Slnylon loft Saturday for
Hordentown, N. J., to lie present nt tho
graduation of his son, G. Noyes Slay ton.
From Bordentown they will visit Amherst
nnd Boston before returning homeMr.
ami Mrs. A. J. Smith, nnd Mr, and Mrs.
George W. Drown nre nt their cottnge
at HrcenslKiro. Mrs. George It. Thclps
of Fnrgo, N, I)., accompanied by his
mother, Mrs. Jano I-nch, went to Irns
bitrgh Saturday to rnaln a few days,
when they will start for Fargo, whero
Mrs, Leach will remain somn time with
her daughter. Mr, and Mrs. Fred it.
Jowet of Montpeller nre visiting his
grandfather, Norman Thomas. Miss
Herttm Ransom of Burlington was the
guest Saturdny of Mrs. E. H. Olmstend.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Edward King nnd David
King ot North Troy nro visiting their
sister, Mrs. Charles Ellsworth, Mrs. W.
M. Fnrr of Bristol and two daughters n,ro
guests for n month of her parents, Mr,
nnd Mrs. George C. Gould.
Robert Hardy of Amherst, Mass., son cf
Prof. A.L. ttnrdy, Is the guest of relatives
here. W. It. Nichols Is In Mlddlobury.
Mrs. II, A. Sl.iyton Is In Burlington with
her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. George B. Lit
tle. Robert Hoynton of Rutland Is her
for Ihe summer with his grandparents,
Mr. nnd Mrs. C. M. Boynton. Miss Fan
nie Towlo of Johnson passed Sunday with
her parents. Mrs. A. E. Chaffee went to
Montpeller Tuesday to be present nt the
graduation of her daughter. Gertrude,
from Montpeller Semlnnry, tt. B. George
wns In Itnrdwlck Monday. Lloyd Robin
son returned Monday from Burlington.
Principal W. A. Beebe will leave here
Monday, June si, for Ios Angeles, Oil., to
attenil the National Education association
meetlfig July S to 12. Mrs. Beebe will ac
company him to Kelley, Iowa, where she
will remain during his absence visiting her
sister. At the close of the meeting Mr,
Beebe will visit San Francisco, Oakland,
Stockton, Sacramento, Portland nnd Sea:
tie. Miss Bertha Terrlll nnd friend, Ml.ss
Sara Holbrook of New Haven, Conn
Mrs. Mary Terrlll nnd Mrs. Sarah Hoyt
went Monday to Ellsworth, Me., where
they have rented a cottage for the sunv
mer II. J. Fisher has purchased of A. I
Darling the "Darling" house on Summer
street. Mrs. Ada Marvin went to Brock
ton, Mass., Monday to care for her sister,
Mrs. L. S. Marvin. Charles Crossman
went to Newport Monday, whero he ex
pects to II nd employment. Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Cheney went to Orford, N. II. ,
Monday to visit his aunt, Mrs. O. E. Cor
Hss, for a few days. From there they go
to Mngnolla, Mass., where Mrs. Cheney
will attend the convention of the New-
England Pharmaceutical nssoolatlon.-
Mrs. Kittle Draper Cook of Hardwick ne
companled by Mrs. Nellie L. Pirece of
Franklin aro visiting the former's parents.
Mr. nnd Mrs, Albert Draper. Mrs. Ever
Itt Campbell of Hardwlel: is visiting her
father, Albert Whltcnmb. Mr. and Mrs.
Andrew Sawyer returned to East Fair
field Monday. Mrs. DavlJ Durgan went
to Burlington Monday to receive treat
ment nt the Mary Fletcher hospital
Hnrold II. Fisher went to Amherst, Mass.,
Monday to talse entrance examinations n
Amherst Collage, Mrs. N. B. Blatr left
Monday for Buffalo, N. Y for an extend
ed visit with her son, C. Francis Blnlr.-
Mrs. F. R. Chllds, Mrs. II. M. Gordon,
Mrs. E. W. Webster nnd Mrs. Jmes M,
Kelley were In Burlington Mondny. Mr,
nnd Mrs. Frank Slayton left Monday, Mr,
Sl.iyton going to Burlington and Mrs
Slnyton to Milton. Mr. and Mrs. W. E
Thompson of Springfield. Mass., returned
home Mondnv. John McGokin of Eden,
who has been assisting Station Agent
Kelley, Is succeeded by Mnnrlco Kelley.
The Rev. L. L. Chase of tho A. C.
Church Is novlng to North Springfield to
assume a former pastorate. Miss Alice
Patch of Johnson Is the 'guest of Mis
Bernlce Kellogg. A party of 23 Is in camp
it Elmore.
Miss Nlta Ellis returned Monday
from St. Johnsbury. Dr. W. T. Slnyton
went to Burlington Monday to attend
tho meeting of the State board of
health. Miss Madge Small went to
Johnson Mondny to remain through
the commencement exercises of tho
normal school. Miss Mabel Brlggs,
who has visited Mr. and Mrs. C. T.
Morrill for two weeks past, returned
to West Danville Mondny. Miss Maud
Warren of Bakerslield nnd Miss Eve
lyn Manney of Hnndolph are puests of
Miss Gladys Brooks. Fred H. Joslyn
of Randolph has been visiting Mr. nnd
Mrs. E. S. Robinson. Mrs. L. C. Tlllot
son Tuesdny visited her sister, Mrs. W.
P. Smille in Watorville. Wednesdny
she will ro to Burlington to visit R.
C. Smith for tho remainder of tho
week. Miss Alice Goodspeed of Mont
gomery is tho guest of Mr. nnd Mrs.
M. P. Maurice. Benjamin Eaton of
Hnrtford, Conn., Is with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Eaton. A shower
party was given Miss Gladys Brooks
Mondny evening by about 20 of hur
women friends. Refreshments of Ico
cream and cake were served. Morlo
Alnsworth, the llttlo child of Mrs. Al
vlnn W. Whlttemore, died Monday
evening nfter a short Illness with
epilepsy. A largo number from tho
The Rev, and Mrs, II. C. Howard
have returned from tholr Journey. Mr.
and Mrs. Asa A. Raymoro of Enosburgh
Fnlls, who were guests at A. J, Thom
as's several days tho paBt week, re
turned homo Monday, B. Ixing of
Worcester, Mnss., was tho guest of At p.
nnd Mrs. A. J. Brown Saturday and
Sunday. Mrs. Eugenia (Fulllngton)
Green of Johnsou was a guest nt II. M.
Cornell's several days tho past week.
She wns formerly a teacher hero In tho
public school. Mrs. William Russln,
who died nt her homo In Wutorvillo
Sunday morning, wns tho daughter of
Henry Fortler of this place. Mr. anil
Mrs. A. J. ThomaH attended tho funeral
of Georgo Cheney in Belvidero Friday.
Mrs. Snnford Heath hns gone to El
more, for a several weeks' tny with
her dnughtcr, Mrs. Etta Day. E. N.
Melvln hns Bold Ills automobile to C.
II, Perry. Snturday, there will bo a
bnso ball game hero with Sheldon,
Tho Rev. II. C. Ilownrd has tendered
his resignation ns pnstor of tho Second
Congregational Church to toko offect
October 1, 1907, Mrs. J. F. Wilcox
wishes to thnnk her many friends for
their loyal support In tho Frco Press
voting contest, Just ended.
Mrs. H. W. Thomson of Burlington w,i3
a guesl at A. J, Brown's and J, M. Wil
cox's tho past week. Mrs. L.- A. Pago
ha returned from Essex Junction. A, M
Carpenter nnd F. II, McNally havo gono
to Boston.
Mr. and Mrs, John Dorr visited .their
parents at Johnson over Sunday. Mr,s,
Martha llussoll fell nnd cracked two ribs
lust wook.-iMIss Mabel Miller of Hydo
Park visited her uncle, (). O, Kelley, Mon
day. Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomas Pnxmun of
Berkshire aro passing tho week with
their son, T 11. Paxnian, Mr, and Mfcs.
II, A, Willcy arc with their aon at preens
Iniro. Miss Mamlo Wheolock is visiting
JUr. nnd Mrs. Robert Sweet at Morris-
town. Mrs. Wntltce I'lerco of IVovldence,
It. I., In visiting her husband's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Pierce. Tbo ball
game between Jefforsonvlllo nnd Watcr
vlllo horo Saturday was won by Water
vlllo, 14 to 0,Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Hill
nnd daughter, lAUrn, worn called to
Btowe Saturday by tho death of his
fattrer, E. A. Hill. Mr. nnd Mrs. Martin
P. Nolan of Artesian, S. D., Mrs. Alex
Morrison of Burlington and James Mor
rison of Fairfax visited George Morrison
last week, tho first time Mr. Morrison
has met his sister, Mrs. Nolan, In 32 years.
Tho following Is nn extract from tho San-
bora County Advoc.ito, Artesian, S. D, :
"Mr. Nolan was born In Dublin, Ireland, In
IS 19. Ho enmo with n friend to tho West
Indies and then Into tho Now England
Stntes, He hns crossed tho Atlantic four
times and the Gulf of Mexico eight times.
Ho spent considerable of his tlmo In
Cuba and traveled through tho southern
Stntes nnd Is ono of the land owners of
Tennessee. Ho came to this State In the
spring of 1"N3 nnd settled on a claim near
where tho city ot Artesian now stands,
and to-day ho owns 320 acres of choice
nnd fertile land In Sanborn county. Ho
has lived on this place most of tho time
during tho past 23 years. Iist year ho
enmo to Artesian, built a comfortable
homo nnd Is now living a retired life.
Mrs. Nolan will spend the summer visit
ing relatives nnd Martin will visit the
"Old Sod," making Dublin city his head
quarters." WOLCOTT.
N. K. Jones and D. H. Wheeler nt
tended tho reunion of Co. E, 3rd Vt.. nt
Rtowo Friday. Mrs. V. J. Mudget wns
railed to St. Johnsbury Thursday oven
lng by the serious Illness of her sister,
Mrs. O. S. Coggswell.-Mrs. M. Conant
nnd daughter, Mrs. Mabel Tlllotson, nro
pnsslng tho week with relatives In Hnrd
wlck. Henry Brown wns called to Stan
nard Saturday by the Illness of his
brother. Mrs. John Scott, who has been
ill for mmn time, Is slowly Improving.
l"ster Tlllotson of Bomorvllle, Mass., Is
visiting In town this week. He has mid
his business In Pomenillo and expects
soon to go to Los Angeles, Ca. Mrs.
Rosle Tlllotson nnd children of St,
Johnsbury nro passing the week with
Mrs, Mnry W. Tlllot.on.-John McCulllon
cf Bethlehem, n. H , visited Miss Ira
Smith over Sftnday. Mrs. G. W. Herring
has gono to Lincoln, N. II., to visit her
daughter, Mrs. Walter Hanscom, In her
new home, Mrs. C. W. Jones Is ill. I).
It. Wheeler went Monday to Mnrshflold
to attend tho funeral of his wife's sister,
Mrs. Martin. Report hns It that William
Eastman has felj Ms farm and will
build In tV ) vlllnse.
Mrs. F. M. Westover of St. Albans Is
visiting her mother, Mrs. Jackson Tib
bltts. Chnrles Parker Is nt home from
Lowell, having finished sawing M. L. Tll
lotson's stock of lo'gs.- E. A. Wedge has
returned from n vir,lt to his mother nt
Bolton, P. Q. Mrs. Bertha Swallow, (ne
Andrews, of Hvdo Park, Mass., visited
the scenes of tier childhood the last of the
week. All tho old soldiers in this vicinity
attended tho airtual meeting of the La
moille Vnlley Vetera1 s" association at
Johnson Friday, Mr. and Mrs. Elwln
Brown of Morrlsvllle, Edgar and Arthn
Foss eft Hyde Park and Miss Foss of John
son were guests of Mrs. J. J. Tlbbltts Sun
day, the occasion being tho 18th birthday
of her youngest daughter. Miss Alice Foss.
Iowls Defell of Morrlsvlllo hns pur
chased tbo Doland house and Is repairing
it extensively. A severe thunder storm
ncenmpanled by hall visited this place
Tuesday evening. Very little damage ro
suited, as crop were rtot far enough ad
Madge Brown and Stella Ingnlls, who
nre teaching In Cmftshury spend Fnt
urday nnd Sunday nt their homes here.
Tho annual conference of the second
Advent Evangelical churches of Ver
mont anil Quebec was held hern last
week. There wns a good attendance and
much Interest shown In tho meetings.
There were several ministers from nwny
nmong them being the Rev. J. M. Orrock
of Brocikllne. Mass., the Rev. J. J. Thenk
stone, the Rev. A. Wallace, the Revs.
Wells and Pears from Sutton, P. Q and
tho Rev. J. Champion of Dun River, P.
Q. The many friends of Mrs. F. M, Wes
com, who underwent nn operntn'ii at the
Mnry Fletcher hospital nt Burlington,
are glad to hear she Is gaining nicclv ami
wilt roon be at home.
Tho high school graduating exercises
took place Friday In "DuBols & Gay's
hall before, a very large audience. The
seven graduates were Robert Sault, Fred
Wells Granger, James Edson Fullam,
Welby Henry McCollom, Ruble Mae Mil
ler, Clydo Nelson Smith and Myrtle Anna
Smith. The Rev. X. M. Fowler offered
prayer nnd the following progrnmmo wns
given: Orntlon on class motto, with salu
tatory rank, Robert E. Sault: oration,
'American Forestry," Clyde X. Smith;
class history nnd prophecy, Ruble M.
Miller; weal solo, Miss Mlnnlo Barour;
oration, "Argentina," with presentation -f
class gift, a ust of Julius Caesar, Jnmes E.
Fullnm; response, Fred C. Flsk, class of
K0S; essay, "Popular Superstitions," Myr
tle A. Smith; music, orchestra; oration,
Colonial Schooldays," Welby H. McCol
lom; oration, with valedictory, "America's
Industrial Supremacy," Fred AV. Gran
ger; music, orchestra; presentation of di
plomas nnd short nddress by Mr. Ham;
music, orchestra, Tho stngo wns very
tastefully decorated In the class colors.
green nnd gold. The clnss motto, "IMlm.i
non sine l'ulvore," was hung In tho front
of the stage, gold letters on u green bnck
Uround nnd "R. II. S., 1907" In evergreen
wns nrrnngod on yellow at the back of
tho stage. Forns, evergreen nnd palms
were nlsn used In the decoration. The
ilanco following wns well attended and
music was furnished by nn orchestra
composed of Messrs. Finn nnd Spokeslleld
of Hnnover, N, II., Mr. Wnlkor ot Barre,
Glenn Bailey, Frederic Dumns nnd Rich
ard Grant for both exercises nnd dnuoe.
Mrs. Martha J. (Spooner), wife of Wil
liam Young, died Thursday afternoon at
tho nge of &S years nnd one month. The
funeral wns held Sunday nt 2:.10 p. m. at
which the Rov. Homer Whlto otllulated.
The bearers wero lilwln Young, Lyon
Young, Edmund Goo of Montpeller nnd
Fred Wright. South Koynltnn. Tho do-
censed hnd suffered slnco last December
from a liver trouble nnd for tho past fow
weeks had not been ble to comprehend
much going on about her. Cha leaves
three children, Elwln Young of Concord,
Mass., Lynn Young and Mrs, Iena Wright
of South Royalton, and' ono sister, Mrs.
James Cleveland. Mrs. IngalHbn of Beth
lehem, Pa and her Motor, Miss Knthnleen
Blxby nre with Mrs, Blxby. Mrs, E. M,
French hns gono to Ilennlker, N, II, Mrs.
B. F. Storrs Is visiting Mrs. E. ). Strong,
Mr, ll.im stnrtod for Chicago Saturday
aftomoon whorn ho will complete his
fotirso In Latin at tho Chicago Univer
sity this summer nnd tako tbo degrco of
A, M, Miss Frances Winner, second us-
A splendid Store fairly overflowing with tke
most beautiful and most wanted wearables for June.
A readiness complete
real service difficult to find
As forceful examples we would mention
Tbe Gloves.
16 Button lenrftlt Silk Gl oves
sortments of white, light blue, pink and black at $1.25 per pair,
instead of $1.50 and $1.75. The prices generally asked for
inferior quality.
To-day a new shipment of
ton length Silk Gloves have first
5 1-2, 6, 6 1-2, 7.
For evening dress, white with the daintiest of hand decora
tions and JLace trimmed cticcts.
Price $1.00.
Ribbons for Sasbes 29 Cents.
A new arrival to-day, bringing to the Ribbon Department
the most remarkable value of the season. An extra fine quality
of 1 affeta, 6 inches wide, full assortment of colors, including white
and black. Price 29 cents per yard.
In tbe Suit Department.
White Dress Skirts.
One of the indispensiblc items of dress for June and to be had
here at very small cost Made of
every bit cotton but with the effects and wearing qualities of lin'
en. Price $1.25, $1.88, 2.00, $2.75.
Misses and Children s "Ahite Dresses.
The pink of perfection for the June requirement and more
than all ready-to-wear made of fine white lawn, right for ages
8, 10, 12 and 14 years. Dutch neck and short sleeves, daintily
trimmed with Valenciennes laces and Swiss embroideries.
Priced at $3.25, $3.75, $4.50, $5.00 and $5.75.
White Lawn Dresses.
A very prominent item and one which offers greatest returns
for a small investment. Nobody ever has too many sheer white
dresses during the Summer months, especially at these prices,
$2.90, $3.75, $5.00, $5.50, $5.75, $6.50, 6.75 to $11.00, '
Dresses which can be compared with custom work of three or
four times the cost, prettily trimmed with fine Valenciennes laces
or Swiss embroideries.
No more interesting June features
than the
Special Sale of Leather Goods.
The prospective travelers will be serving
their best interests by visiting this department
early. f -
Highest Grade Sole Leather Suit Cases,
Hand Trunks and Traveling Bags at small
slstant In tho high school, has gone to her
homo In Mlddlcbtiry. Mlss Dcsier Motil
ton has gone to Boston for a brief visit.
Dr. Augell distributed the diplomas In
stead of Mr. Ham Friday night.
Fred Freeman of South Royalton
passed Sundny at G. W. Panton's. V. N.
Jord of Canton, N. Y Is In town. Mrs,
Charles Bent and son, have gone to to
New Haven, Conn., whero Mrs. Bent will
vhlt her husband nnd William, has
found emplojment. Mr, nnd Mrs. Frank
Roberts nnd grandson of Bethel nro
guests of Mr. Charles Whltten Stewart
Whitowlok ot New York Joined his
friend, Henry Vail Saturday, and they
started for Pomfret Monday for a few
dnys. Tho quarantine hns been removed
from the house of John Monde, whose
two children, John nnd Ellen, have hail
the scarlet fever. Miss Ruth Draper, who
came home to attend tho graduating
exercises, returned to her school yester
day. Mrs. James C. Walker Is with
her mother, Mrs, Draper. Miss Ella
Browncll, who has attended tho high
school, returned to Pomfret Monday
Miss Jessie Cliedel going 'with her for a
short visit. Harrison Thayer of Ksex
Junction, who has been visiting hH gran.l-
motlier, Mrs, Austin Smith, w nt to
Saxtons River Monday to attend com
menfoment. Jnmes E. Fullam has em
ployment in the store of J. F. Iinison
Robert Sault lias gono to Hanover, N.
II., to tnko entraneo examinations for
Dartmouth College. Mr. and Mrs. O. M.
Oaks went to Bethel Monday I'm1 a
short visit. Mrs. Ruth Williams of
Lebanon, N. II., Is with Mrs. Alloo llrncn
for the summer. II. R. Rlford died Sim
diy mm nlug, Philip Rlford Is at homo
from Hnnover on account of the death
of his father.
Mrs. Pres'ton and daughter, Miss Myra
Freeman, went to Burlington Monday.
Mrs. Homer V.iII went to Mihscii.i
Springs, N. Y Monday to bo treated for ;
Hiniinmllmn Sim lin. onfrornrl ..,
full and has not been iiblo to walk nt all.
Mr. Vnll accompanied her.-Odrs, Mlnar l
of Montpeller, who has been visiting at
Joseph Mlnard's returned Monday. Mrs.
Burney McCarron of SI. Albans, returned
there Monday after n short stny In town,
Mrs, Homer Whlto Is passing two weekl
in Burlington nnd Enosburgh. Tho Rov.
Samuel Knowles of Lexington, Mnss., the
former pastor of the Baptist Church, Is
In town to remove his family to I.exlng
ton the last of the week. Tho Rev. E. N.
Weber. Frederick Leeds and Luke Irish
havo gono to Burlington to attend the
diocesan convention. Mrs, W. R. Clark
nnd daughter, Lucln, of New Haven, enmo
Monday to tnko up their summer nbodo nt
Ed, Brook's, -Mnrjorlo Iine of Mt. Ver
non, N, Y., Is with Mrs, Justin Mniilton.
Welby McColliini has employment wltM
Towksbuiy .v Raymond. Mr. nnd Mrs,
Fred Wright have returned to South Roy
alton after attending tho funeral of Mrs,
William Young. Tho household goods of
G, M. Oaks wcio shipped. U Hinsdale, N, I
and bountiful, offering a
in any City.
of tts finest kinds in full as
beautifully embroidered 16 But
showing, black and white. Sizes
lauze rans.
non-shrinkable white materials.
H., yesterday. Mrs. W. P. Flint returned
from Northfleld yesterday. Miss Evelyn
Manney has gono to Morrlsvllle, to be
bridesmaid at the wedding of MKs Gladys
Brooks. Miss Blanche Judd of South
Strafford has been visiting nt Dr. Rum
rlll's. Jackson V.ill, Arthur Galarneau,
Harry and Albert Marcott went to Seven
oaks cottage, Masconu lake, Enfield, N.
H yesterday for nn indefinite stay. Mr.
and Mrs. Elwln Young returned to Con
cord. N. It., yesterday. Miss Edith Gran
ger started for Randolph. Mass., yester
day, where she intends to attend Thayer
Academy the following year. Her mother,
Mrs. M. E. Granger, will go In two weeks.
Miss Evelyn Denny, who has been pus
Ing a few dnys at G. C Smith's In Brook
field, returned yesterday.
A party of 12 girls, Myrtle Smith, Evelyn
Denny, Eunice and Julia Slack, Florence
Oney, Mntle Holslngton, Marguerite Hud
son, Iena ICllburn, Edith Blnnchard, Flor
ence Howard and Ruby and I'na Allen will
start for Silver lake, Barnard, to-dny for
n two-weeks' outline, They will occupy a
cottnge belonging to Mrs. Harrington and
will have the uso of her steam launch.
Mrs. Silas Howard goes ns the cook -.nd
Mrs. I". J. Blanchnrd ns chaperone. On
April 20, the girls gave a play, "Tho Hunch
of Roses," from which they cleared Itt.G"
with which to pay their expenses on this
camping expedition. The funeral of II. P.
Rlford was held In Bethany Church Tues
day nt 3:&l p, m, Tho Rev. E. C. Clark
of East Hnndolph olllclated assisted by
tho Rev. W. T. Sp.niiawk. Appt-opriito
music wns furnished by Mrs. Grace
Brooks -.ml Miss C. Knto Howard, with
Miss Edith Mnrcott nt tho organ. The
bearers were Earl Rlford, Chnrles Rlford,
Percy Rlford nnd Philip Rlford. The de
ceased, who was In his i'.2nd year, for the
past four months had suffered from
Brlght's disease nnd for the past week
was kept under the Influence of morphine
so grent was his suffering. Ho leaves a
Wl TO, SIX Oil lllroll. Iv.1 T Of hOUt n Ml tlClOlpll,
iharlos of Arlington, Mnss., Percy of liist
I Hnndolph, Philip of Hanover, N, H
, '''"J'1' "t home nnd Ruth ot Iikeport, N.
1 JI- nd two brothers, John Payne of
DunFtnble, Mnss., nnd William Payne of
Ixis Angeles, Cnl, Those present from
out of town were Mr nnd Mrs. Silas Jew
ett,' Mr, and Mrs, John Payne nnd Miss
Lottie Ladd, Miss Ixdn Jones has gono to
St Albans, Lester Ixvmb, who has work
ed In tho Randolph bakery for some time,
has returned to his home In Warren. Miss
Lllla Jcrd Is working nt Arthur Vaughn's,
-Mrs. John Pratt nnd Mrs. Addllo have
gone to Burlington for two weeks. While
Mrs. Goorge St. Lawrence wns calling on
Mrs, John Pratt at Meadow farm Mondny,
the horse became frightened nt a passing
tmln nnd run, overturning the buggy nnd
dragging Mrs, St. Lawrence quite n dls
tnnee. No bones were broken but sho wns
badly bruised.
Mm. Henry Dwycr was qulto 111 last
week with kidney trouble -Mrs. Joe
Young Is visiting her brother in Canada.
oft lti tho mill at the landing while
nt work. Roscoo Smith and Besslo Mon
toith aro at home from school nt Barton
ianuing. Gladys Marshall Is ill with the
mock measles.--Mrs. Caroline. Scrlo has
returned to her home in I'iinoxvllle, P Q.
T t T t
..... ....v. ... . n, ifjnir tiiu iniren's
of a son, born May 2T,, Children's day ex
erclses will he held at tho Methodist
Church at Evansvllle Sundny.- Gf org
Hunt Is moving his goods to tho store
house until ho can get n tenement They
will move Into rooms at Henry Dudley's
ai uarton Landing for the present.
Mr. ami .Mrs. u. w. Brown were called
t ri Urtfln rvflrtl.t 1 i .
death of her mint, Mrs. A W Slerper -
.j. 11. in iiui'i ,s vismnsr -Mr nn,
Mrs. C. X. KtenlipiiRrin nt U'i,.,..i..
Mass. Miss Anna MelJUffee nt NVw Mil'
ford. Conn., and Miss rtnlilr. nt st ti,nu.
bury nre guests of Mr, nnd Mrs F A
W-nM,... M.. T.-.l..- ft..-. ,
Miss Eva, nro guests of Miss Helen B.ltv
bltt In Montpeller this week -A parti
of young people left Mondnv for a tHn
to tho Jamestown exposition R A.
Child of Springfield, Mnss., cnlled on
friends hero last week Mrs Hattlo
Itrock Is nsslstlng In the millinery store
of Ira f ir Ci.ll. rl I., rr-
' - -..-. .in.-,-, m if i 'mrP'
ton nt work In J. E. Hunt's store
week. Mr. and Mrs. J jt Taylor and
son, Wesle;-, nre in Boston for a frv
days. W. E. Govo Is In charge of J M
inyinrs urug sinrc miring nts nnsence
..n.-.T j.ii.-ii .,! Winn-,- in , ,in ur uge,
Mass., Is visiting Mrs. L. F Hale
Friday morning Mrs. Frei man R,"hnr l
son died nt her home in East Brookllnll
Sho hnd been 111 for a long time wp
Brlcht's disease, suffering a grent dn
since spring. The funernl was held nt hrr
home Sunday, tho Rev. D. H Strong
officiating. Mr. and Mrs. W II Richard
son or unrro attended the funeral, itfi
Mr. and Mrs. Huntington Mabel li,rk
of New York city Is v'slt'ng "Mrs. Na
thaniel When tley, Mrs, Georgo N'ewell
passeu away i-riuay nignt after many
weeks of Illness. The funeral was held
Monday nt her late home Tho cadets
from Norwich Vnlverslty camped near tho
village pond Thursday ntgit on their way
to Northfleld. There wero about 1 5
cadets, including several frorr 'his towi
Dr. Edward Spraguo and family jf
Barro passed Sunday In town.
Seventeen members of the gradua'
class of tho normol school with Pr
pal Morrill and friends , making a p.-i
of 25, started on a week's trip to Wa
Ington, D. C, Friday -Mrs. S. C Vo"
nnd daughter, Luelnda, who have be ,
illness, reiurneu nome .iionunv ."r, Ural
ATrc Tnrin Tnhtn nnil ,1i itr-lvter- mc rl
Satnrdav and Siindnv with Mq narens
at Etna, N. II The Rev E. N Webber
and Luke Parish went to Burllngt n Mon
day to attend the State Eplsoval con
vention. Mr. nnd Mrs C. r Wl itr, who
have been visiting In Manchester N It ,
returne.1 home Frldav Carl Sm tb, w' 2
is working in New York In tl e n ,tnno-
bllo business, has been in town th pi
week. Sadie Kent and Nettle Pern' r
tl .-111 IIK I'Jll. l.lll 1,1ft,' 111 i'l' .1 .1 IIIUftL' ' . 1 1
exposition before returning R. M De
mon nas purcnasea tne utis hmitn rami
lately occupied by Frank Durkee Mis--
Minnie Tll.trlrrnt. l-.nr.n ,nnt.tn
summer vacation.
Homer P.. Hitchcock was marrkTl Sat-
ItfrT.ll. A.'At.ltio. T.,. IP. . .. T ,111....
.eweu ot .Montreal ai tne uome or tne
lirlfle'u cltatfr Mrc nt nt" 'Pi-nv .tie Tlnv
F. A, Jenkins performing the ceremony
hn.nn .....l M,.a t III o.,.l
. li. lien .inn I. li i ni tins ni.ipn nun
.Mr. and Mrs. Kvnrts ot Troy were pre-
ent. After the eeremonv refreshments
were served. The bride wis gowned n
wniie suit, .Mr. nnu .Mrs liitcncocu w"i
live in the lions.- Mr. Hitcbcock has t
JIIW.HIIIl OIHU III MJlll' I M.'ft IM'tl- ll-ii-
rled by the Rev. i". A Jenk'ns at the
of Troy were married nt the Congrega
tional JKir.-IIIIJlKl, I'.Y HIT Jll-' l ,- Ucll-
burg, N. Y., recently visited her sister,
Mrs. F. A. Jenkins. Fred ,"iee nnd
intniiv oi oo.isiocK, u . art v mi"i
of T.-ti llMirn'e ll IV. -nil r tlrmvr
completes her first year at t'te Johns n
Normal school this week an 1 returns
i .1.. r.li,n. 11' .nnnn
miniii unit ram v ot H.irion raw -icon
spending a few davs with M r.it'if w
T, r.M.,1.. f Mil!., A I aa V.lt
Gilpin, who have been nttrmiing s-1 wi
the home of their mohov. Mrs Y B fi"-
nln fce TT T T 1 1 hf Iflf PVlintq tl IT 1
Ir. llilrllni-ten nevf -i-e, k to attend tc
H,,..ll.nl nnllnn..-, nrl .ln-llll,!' V Al-I-I '..If
llt-tlll1 IWtH-V,1 I. ',"""1 .
,1 mlin. TT TI T nuTflirft lniniT fl IHI-ll ' T
. rt rri,,. T.. TT- A niwn rt
or Barton .mi ing. j 'irvsi' 11
Newport nnd Miss Edith Ba1"h are ex
pected to be present and have parts -
Mrs. Berthn Clark of Glover and son
i.nr.- mmcle rt Mr. ClAl'nn PllllTrS List
Saturdav. sirs. Klin mint of .rivtiort is
i.Lln,. .(.In- M-c AT f. Tlttrttl.W
The C. E. society have organized with
tho following officers: President. Mrs
Lilian Wright: vice-president, the Rev
M. W. Firman: corresponding secretarv
Maude Mills; treasurer, II B Hl'cbrick
chairman of the committers I inkout,
Mrs. f. A. Jenkins: prayer meeting t'v
Rev. F. A. Jenkins; missionary Mrs A
P. Rider; social, Mrs. D C Wiodwarth:
music, Mrs, Lilian Wright, home nnd v1
siting, Mls Mildred Bell, there nre
active nnd 13 asroclnte members Tho
Woodmen will give a promenade nnd
dance In the town hall Tuesday evening,
Jilne 2."i. Ice cream nnd cake will bo
ferved The bovs hnve organized n bnso
bill cluh with Will Kelly nnunger. They
will open the season by croslsng bats
with the North Troy team June 2 A
brown tail moth was found June 16 tn tt,n
rose bushes at D. E. Wright's, the first
ono that has been seen In this vicinity.
F. B, Hammond his returned from tho
Jamestown exposition. His wife and
daughter remain for a time In Athens,
West Virginia, with their daughter, Mrs,
Vermillion. Miss Brnnnon of the Stntn
of Georgia Is ngnln n visitor nt the homo
of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. L. Lewis -The fun
eral of Stephen Page was held Friday
nnd the Interment was mndo In the vil
lage cemetery. He was 75 yonrs old,
Itnzen Road Pomona Orange mot hew
Saturday about 2M taking dinner- Tim
forenoon was taken up with Grange w lit,
(Continued on lSUi I'ukc.)

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