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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRES : THURSDAY, JULY 18, 15)07.
HAPPENINGS IN YERMONT (Continued from aril I'iibc.) Mrs. Jnbes. Il.izcn Is visiting tlio family of Dr Al.lon Fogg nt t'mlerhlll Center. Rtrs. C. 1'. 1 Iii7.ru wont to Underbill Tues day, where site will visit fur a few weeks. -Mrs. T, .1. F.irroll nnd two chlldron, Miss Inez Rabbet nnd Miss Conners of Bwanton, will oeupy tlio Farroll cottsigo ALBURGH. The ltev. D. O. Iitslmw, D. D., of Dayton, Ohio, Is the sucst uf his fnther-in-!nw, 11. W. Marlon. -Mrs. L. 1?. Heok loy nnd little daughter have returned from Ilarre where they visited Mr. Heck ley's parents, Mrs. V. J. Jameson and children are In town for several weeks. Mr. nnd Mrs. Stoddard Ilnwley of Clar cncevlllc nnd Mrs, Currle of Swnntnn were guests last week of Mr. nnd Mrs. M. A. Lessor. Mrs. Collins and daugh ters of Keene, X, H., nre Bursts of Dr. nnd Mrs. Rogers. The Alburgh Building association Is putting up a double tene ment here. Mrs. William Vnntlne nnd two young .nns of North Hero were guests of her mother. Mrs. mtlenee Tur r, over Sundny. Lewis Therrlen, Jr.. nnd Miss Idn Aubln were married nt the Catholic Church Monday morning, July 15. GRAND ISLE. The Ladles' Aid of rirnnd Isle will I meet Thursday nrteruoon with Mrs. Abner Maeomber. Mrs, Illbbard Hlow died Tuexdny morning. July 10. Mrs. John Savage Is seiiotislv 111. Mrs. Frank Twills l quite ill. "Willis Mlnliler Is in poor health. SOUTH HERO. Hitch Smith of New York was the. .Etiest of Mr. and Mrs Slovens Sunday. "Walter Irish was In town Monday. Mrs. Hoag and daughter of Burlington were ill town Tuesday. Daw n lloag In cnrlng for Mrs. Calvin Robinson. There was a liox social nt L. Vonilell's Thursday evening. Peter Frosn of Massaehusetts Is visiting his sons In town. Many r.impers nnd boarders nro arriving every day. ISLE LA MOTTE. W. A. Ivoop was nt home from Swan ton over Sunday. "W. D. Brown of New Yojk was in town Friday. Mr. and Mrs. "Walker and two tons and Mrs. Howard nnd fon of Blootullokl N. J., arc board ins at James Jnrvlh's. Edith and Law rence Poolln pleasantly entertained the If llttlo friends with a lawn party Thurs day afternoon Mr. nnd Mrs. Willis Floury nre happy over the birth of a ron. LAMOILLE COUNTY. STOWE. The funeral of Luther A. Palmer was held Sunday afternoon nt his home in the northea-.strrn part of the town, whero ho died Friday. Mr. Palmer was ,nbout 79 years of ag and his llfo had been passed In Uio samo vicinity and for nearly 47 years on th farm when he .died, His demth was from the effects of influenza with which he was confined to tho bed about three -weeks. He Is sur vived by his wife, who was Miss Al- inlna Luce, and a sister, Mrs. Lavlnla ILnngcll of Johnson. The funeral service was conduct, d by the Rev. jr. A. O. Abbe of the Congregational Church in Ptowo of whloh Mr. Palmer was a mein Vr for many year". The burJal was In he Randolph eemctery. Miss S. A. litis- . Tho Rev. C. J. Staples of Httrllngton preached at CnMy Church Sunday In ex rhango ivltli the pastor, the ltev. J?. M. &I. Abbott. Tht Rev. JC. M. J.'uller, gen eral secretary of the Vermont Sunday School association, preached at tho Meth ndlst Church Sunday morning at West Branch Chnrch at 1:30 p. m. and attended tho .Sunday school nt Moscow at three. 3n the evening a union scrvleo was held Rt the Congregational Church. At thu rrloso of th-pcn"1eo a meeting was held to make jdanstforfti house-to-houso canvas of 6towo in conjunction with the other i towns of lynnollln county. A commltteo .was apiMilntedito map out tlio work, eon 'flfting of the olnrgjTiiim nnd Sunday mhool superintendents, with H. A. Mills, ceneml superintendent. Then; are fit sub- j.scribers in the Stowe exchange of thn Citizens' Tejepflinne ompany according to tlio list Issund by Manager V.. H. Vancor. J Miss Mary Alger will go Weilneday to Thompson's Jlnt to visit her nunt, Mrs. 'Blnrtha Jnv.ktnan, who has a rottajjo jthcxo for tlio usummer. Mr. nnd Mrs. O L'!E. liiico were in Morrisvillo Saturday. Bliss Sarah R.,AVatklns of New York city is passing the fummer with 3Ir, and Mrs. jfW. II. Moulton-Mrs. O. S. Marshall and ilittlo Katharine nnd Illldegardu Smalloy jft-lslterl in Watcrlmrj" Center Saturday. (IMlKt Kllen Steami visited Mrs. Avis Dow ln Waterbury rcnter last weekr A note j worthy family group pliotograph was that ttnken by K. T. Houston of Waterbury at ms stud o In Stowe Saturdav. of Mr. and Mrs. P. R. Gale Uind thrlr nine sons and diugh ters, 12. II. Gale, A. L. fiale and the (Misses Polly nnd Alvlra Gain of Stowe, III. JI. Gale, T. H. G-ile nnd Mrs. K. J. Slouston recently of MinneapolN, G. F, IGalo of Morrlftown and Mrs. H. S. HII- lines of Schenectady, N. Y. A second .fn1iflneTnnli wjir 1.i(,.n nf the. frrnno -with Mr.'. V.. H. Gale, Mr". R. H. Gale, Mrs, A. L. Gale, Mrs. G, J.', dale, H, J. Hous ton and 13. S. Hillings Inrhld'd. Mr. and Mrs. Gale have been married nltotit 40 years anil havn a right to b- pruud of ithelr large family of children, nil of whom nro living. Thnro nro also nine grand l children in the fnmlly. A family re I union will bo li.dd nt G. P. Gale's Wo.) j Jicsday. A Catholic servleo will bo held ,nt,tho Memorial building at S:flO a. in. 'Sunday, July 21. All are welcome, , A tayy-ho Jarty of D) conducted (hy (Mrs. Gleed and POIl, F, G. Fleetwood, of (Morrisvllle visited Htown Tuesday afti-r-, noon taking refreshments on tho piazza ,of tho Green Mountain Inn. There nre 15 fCncsts at Like Mansfield, among them I being Mr. nnd Mrs, F,T. Downer of Hard wick, who nre jvjsslng the week there. Mrs, II. K. Straw entertained a party Tuosday afternoon and evening, Including ttier cousins, Mr, nnd Mrs. It, II. Gale, Mr. and Mrs. 1-3. J. Houston, F. 13. Gnlo of Minneapolis and Mr. and Mrs. 13. S. Hillings of Schenectady, N. Y. Mrs, Mary i Wlnshlp of Hoston has come to Stowo to pass tho summer and is now at tho home of her niece, Mrs. H. G. Thomas. Robert Harris has finished work nt the Roxhury ) Rtato Jlsh hatchery nnd has returned to !Wfl iiome tin Btowo. Miss Myra Cheney rwilI.')ja'toi1JnmeHtown next week In com panTi avltlt'itho M.Jsses Stella Putnanf of CaTribi3ilgo nwl Mnry Tyndall and LUah jWaito oi-IIyde Park. Mrs. F. J. Holden cntertainel about "0 children nt her home on Hridfro r.treet from three to six o'clock Monday nftemoon In honor of tho seenth birthday of her daughter, Mildred and a lonerry tlmo wsm enjoyed, Mrs. W. II, II, Sargent in Improving Mowly from a serl our illness. Miss Owen and Miss Klllot. guests of Mlsa Anna C. Hrackott, passed Monday and Tuesday on Sit. Mansfield JMr, and Mrs, A. JI, Plieny aro ytftoptiU- Uvea nt Caspian lako In Greensboro n few days.-James Campbell of tho Uni versity of Vermont, has pons to Saranao Lake, X. Y., whero h hns employment for the sinimer. Mrst. Flavlll.a Hutchlns has gone to Waterbury Center to reside, for the present. Miss Isabel Smith of Mocow Is visiting her mint, Mrs. Julia Irving, nt Thompson's lVjint. Mrs. Ed ward Hnnnaford nnd Mrs. Ernest Morrill of St. Johnsbury are making ft threo weeks' visit nmong tho Cannings. They nre sisters of 11. (1, Canning. The nlne-yonrs"-old son of Urndley Ma goon was tipped from a load of sawdust while turning around with his father's team Tuesday afternoon and received a broken wrist from tho fntl. Mrs. Emily Gillette nnd granddaughter, Miss Mary Gillette, went to W'ntervlllo Wednesday to visit Mrs. Gillette's sister, Mrs. Mlllrr. G. W. Adams, who tells some big sugar stories In tho spring, la now producing n largo cronof Immense strawberries. A not unusually large one measuring seven and one-fourth inches in circumference.- Waldo Huron of Worcester, Mass.. Is vis- King relatives In Stowe.-Mrs. 1'. K. Mor- ttmcr returned to Hurllugton Tuesday, nf- ter visiting her brother, S. C. Hpnuldlng. Mrs. Sarah Weeks received eongr.itula- Hons upon her TTth birthday Wednesday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Albert I-irrnway and Mr. nnd Mrs. S. C. Spnuldlng were recent Vis- Itors on Mt. Mansfield. The ltev, Mrs. Abbott will occupy the pulpit of Unity Church Sunday morning nt 10:15; subject of sermon, "The Ixiw of OITenses." Mrs. Ennson Adams in her Sith year has cut and made a quilt of Sfrt pieces In four weeks' time, beside assisting In tho caro of her Invalid husband. She Is to visit tile homo of her sister, Mrs, Holden. at Middlesex to meet her nephew, the Rev. II. II. Holden nnd niece. Urs. J. Eli Goodnow, Thursday. . MORRISVLt-LiFi. I E. S. lloblnson reports seeing a finch buck deer recently, whtlo on his route. Tho buck made n run through a Hold of oats beside thu roud, Jumped ih- fence ami crossed the road ahead of Mr. Hoblnson nnd nttempted to leap the feme on the opposite side, from the road, striking squarely upon the four board fence and breaking two boards in two. He then ran across the fields. The buck had horns 12 to 1 1 Inches long with large bunches on the ends showing the process of new growth, William Skinner of Cr.iftsbury passed Sunday with Mrs. Skinner's parents. Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Snralley.-C.eorgo Tlllot- Kellogg of Huston and Miss Nellie Kel son was at home from Greensboro over U,KK .,, hnVfi ((t (.a.,p,nl) jnkp, humi.ty.-..ir. ami in, j. niMiiwnoK m Hardwlek attended the funeral of Luther A. IMlmer Sunday. Miss Olg.i Curtis ' I Woicoitis,ne Ki,esioI ?1r. anu . .rs i,ev. Lawrence. John 13. Stiles of Mlddlebury Is passing n vacation of ten days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Stlleis. Sidney Heardsley Is at Greensboro for a few days on the lake. Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Sheldon of Swanton were nt Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Slayton's over Sunday.- Nehemlah Towne of Dublin, N. 11. , s vMtlng his mother, Mrs. Helen Towne.- Mrs. M. II. Hoar-lman and Mrs. H. A. Smallcy went to Hurtlngton Monday to enter the Mary Fletcher hospital for treatment. Mrs. Smalley wns aceompan- leal bv her aunt. Mrs. Hllzibeth Thomas, who will remain with her. Mrs. C. P. Greene, daughter, A'.vKin, nnd son, Ijc- land, went Monday to St. Albans. From O. P., celebrated their ninth nnnlver there they will go to Clarencevllle, P. 0 sary at their hall Tuesday evening. where Mrs. Greena will visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Fadden. Kzr.i Ross went again to Montreal Monday to have his crushed foot attended to at the hospi- tal.-Mrs. M. N. Richardson went, to North Hyde Park Monday to visit her son. Thos. iticlianison.-.Mrs. i . v. . u- rson, who has bepn visiting her parents, Mr. and Mr. John C B-ttls, went to Jef- fersonvllle Monday.- CliarbM and Kiv Morse returned to their home in Rutland Monday. William McGlnnls of Vcrgennes returned homo Monday. Miss Marlon Hnynton of l-3vorett, Mas., went Monday to Johnson, her native jdaco. Mr. and Mrs. Hernle J. Thomas nro the parent. of twin boys born Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Groige M. Powers anil children, Horace, Dorothy and F.ltzabeth, Mr. and Mrs. James M. Kelley and son, Maurlc.-, ! ft Monday for a stay at the Vesper House, Old Orchard, Me. Arthur Flcmmlng went Monday io North Haverhill, X. 11., where he lias a position on a farm. . C. hip pie returned to Boston Monday after a ten davs' vacation with his mother, Mrs. Cor.i Whipple. Charles Prior of S. Johnsbury was at honui over Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. Henry Prior. Mrs. Roy Jn nil sou of Stannard and MKs Battle Osgood of St. Johnsbury re- turned home Monday after visiting Mrs. R, L. Currier. Mrs. Charles S. (Heed )f Topeka, Kans., and Mrs. Hal Gaylard of Kansas uuy, who nuvu i u inuuun abroad, arrived here Monday nccompan- led by Mr. t.leed, wno went to .-sew ioik to meet them. Fred Now ton of Vi hlte River Junction reiurneu nonie .Mumi.iy. sister, Mrs. Joseph Muzzy. Gerald Westover has gone to Water bury to accept a position III the asylum. John Perry, about 75 years of age, at tempted suicide by cutlng his throat late Monday night. Mr. Pfrry Indicted an ugly gash which bled profusely and left him ln such a weak condition that he is unable to move from his bed. Mr. Perry has not been just right mentally lor a year, having left home on two occasions on account of Jealousy, remaining away strne weeks each time. Before cutting his throat Mr. Perry smashed two watches and a lamp chimney, then sharp en! d his knife anil made the attempt to take his life. Mr. Perry will probably be removed to Waterbury as soon as he ls able to take the trip. S. N. Simpson of Kansas City, Kans,, who has visited tho Rev. and Mrs. V. M. Hardy, left Tuesday for Cliarlesvols, Mich. Miss Anna Buck nf Foxcroft, Me., ,1s a guest of the Rev. anil Mrs. V. M. Hardy. Mrs. H. J. Isham and daughter, MihH Jennie, jussed Tues day In St. Albany Mrs, Grorso Brady re turned to Cambridge Tuesday, aftvr visit- In her parents, Mr, and Mrs, William Thayer.-Ml s. Nellie If, Adams of Stough. ton, Mats., Is visiting her uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Herbert L. Law. Dr. and Mrs. G. A. Miles of West Somerville, Mass., are the guest of her sister, Mrs, 13. 13. Silloway. Miss Margulrlte MaeGlb. bon of Fairfax, Neb., who has visited her sister, Mrs. M. P. Maurice, has gone to Underbill to visit her mother, Mrs. M. ( Hnle.-.Mrs. Ida Churchill nocomnanled Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Sheldon to Swanton Mondaynnd will remnln a few days' with Mrs. H. M. MeVarland camo ri-om Las-tliem.-Charlcs B, Wetherhy of Burling- pinn 1"" Monday and will remain a short ton. Charles II. Stevens of Johnson and time. A. H. Copley of Dorchester, .Mass., W. S. Soule of Fnlrlleld wero In town Monday to attend a meeting of tho direc tors of the Union Savings Bank & Trust to, a rareweii unnce is to oe given ny W. E. Field Friday evening. Mr. Field Is soon to go West. Mr. nnd Mrs. H, S. Turner of Gardner, Mass,, are guests of Miss Edna Carpenter, Mrs. Mnry Winn returned to Burlington Tuesday, after a short visit with her son, James Winn. Miss Besslo Ovlatt of Mllford, Conn., Is visiting Mr. and .Mrs. George O. Morse, Mrs, C. W. Ward of Elnmro wont lo Johnson Tuesday to visit her Charles A. Rich went yesterday lo Burlington where lie will visit his sis- ter, Mrs.' K. R, Bliss; to Rutland nnd visit his daughter, Mis. Eugene Thump son; to East Jnffory, N. II., and visit )iIb son, Leon Rich. Mrs. W. II Nlch- ols and daughter, Florence, left Tues day for n trip through tho Whlto Moun tains, C, J. Marvin went to llrockton, Muss., Tuesday to vlBlt his brothor, fi. S. Marvin. M, Kntiasklay went to Bol ton Tuesday on n business trlp.--Mrs, O. M. Greeley of Whlto River Junction Is visiting her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. C llamol. Mrs. n. 0. llenton of Minneapolis, Minn., Is thn guest of her nephew, T, II. Lealnnd. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Itnvnt of Worcester, Mass., nrn visiting- Mr. nnd Mrs. Felix Lal'an. The neighbors and friends of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Daniels to the number of sixty gathered nt their hoiun Monday evening and gave, them a genuine sur prise as well ns helped litem celebrate the asm anniversary of their wedding, Mr. II. L. Delano In behalf of (hns pres ent presented Mr. nnd Mrs. Daniels with n tine dining table, Mr. and Mrs. Dnnlels responding In a very nice way. Miss Shirley I'arher, who went to Johnson to visit friends, Is suffering ,r"" ivbooplng cough, reunion of. the Gale family was ""''l t the ''oine of Mr. nnd Mrs. Oeorgo S, Gale on Unndolph road Wcd- nrsday. n picnic dinner being served, There were present: Mr. nnd Mrs. Ru- fus Gale nnd one child of St. Haul, Minn.; Fred Gale of Minneapolis. Minn.; Mr. nnd Mrs. Edward Gnlo nnd child of Stowe; Mr. nnd Mrs. Angus Gnlo and three children: Mr. nnd Mrs. Preston Gnlo nnd child, Mr. nnd Mrs. Elmer Houston, Mrs. Lnura Fisher, nil of Stowe: Mr, and Mrs. A. H. Hill, Mrs, J. A. llrooks and daughter, Jullc.tte, and Marlon, nnd mother, Mrs. J C. Iflll, Mr. nnd Mrs. George S. Gnlo and three children of Motrlstowit. Mr. and Mrs. L j. Vincent went to Johnson Wednesday to attend tho funernl of Mr. Vincent's father, E. L. Vincent. Mr, ,. Mrs. willlinn Skinner returned In Mu-ntitn,, T ,i.,c.1 .. M,-u C IV tWr.li n nt homo from Greensboro for somo - "0'1"' bavlng rented her eottugo on Caspian lake. Miss Etta Chonctto of Manchester. X. II.. Is the guest of her cousin, Miss Hessle Mayott. Mrs. W. - i. rout of w orcester Is visiting her Parents, Col. and Mrs. G. W. Doty. Bornlu and Griifton Merrick, who have been nt work as carpenters nt the Summit House, Mount Washington, have returned home. Miss Lena Lane, who has been enjoying a vacation nt her home In North Wolcott. returned Tuesday. M. H. Honrdman Is In Bur- llnglon for n short sta v. M. II. Clark nnd daughter of Unmet nro guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. miss. Mrs Charles Iin, Kllrslf, nf Mr ,, M,., A Jr prfv. ,..,,.,tn . ,, ', lioston and Providence for ,t short busln(i;!J) , tleroy of Tnftsvllle, Conn., Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Slayton. Mrs. Wal ter J. Churchill! left Tuesday for Rye Reach, where she win pnss a few days. Then she will go to Itouton and Old .-.. .u.. v n.ucmu win join pr. .Mrs. u. i- .Sunderland nnd two cmitimn oi .Montreal arrived uednes- auv ln visit Her Drotlirr, r. J. Marvin. A ftnnv of base l.- 1 1 will be played "ere 1-rlday between Harre-Montpeller nnd Morrisvillo Mrs. A. Hello Croft and son, Defoe, went to Berkshire Wednesday to visit Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Croft. Lamolllo Lodge, No. 317, N. 13. Resides the regular work, one candidate Was initiated. Cake nnd ico cream were served, followed by dancing. Grand Warden Weeks of Ilnrdwlek mude llls ..fOpinj vs!t nt this time. Mr. and Mrs. It S. Turner of Gardner, ,,.. . .. . . . vi.i.P,i Mr. and Mrs. j s C":ir i.f-n t or. went Wodnosdav to C;lmbr,,,K,.. Mrs. Ar,i. ,-n. wont , . .. . p . ,...,,.,,,. ,n . main a week with lier mother, Mrs. 13. A. Gallup. Allen Phillips went to Now York Wednesday, where ho will join the t. S. S. Connecticut, having beep ut home on n ten days' leave of ah senco. H. B. Oieorgo wont to Randolph Wednesday to pass a few dnys with his sister, Mrs. George Pember. Mrs. 13. 13. Harris and daughter, Hrenda went Wednesday to Old Orchard. Mo., where I hoy will stay nt the Vesper House Mrs. W. H. I'atch weir to St Johnsbury Wednesday to visit her daughter. Mrs. J. M. Hrlggs. Mrs. Al ouzo Currier, aged 9t years, entertain led over Sunday five grandrhllilren and one great grandchild. Mrs. Agnes Porter of Burlington is visiting her sister, Mrs. Harrison Smith. Fred Churchill's condition Is no as favor able. T. J. Stewart is taking his an nual vacation from mall route No. 3 prof, ad Mrs. A. L. Hardy of Amherst Minja., arrived Wednesday nnd nro ,ru,.sts of relatives. Mrs. Ilenrv Small w!l0 lins Ik,pm n for Bon)0 )1(iyHi ls im pI OVng. HYDE PARK. At about 10:!; Thursday i veiling fire watt discovered in the roar part of Robert Putnam's tenement house yn Main street The alarm was quickly given and in a few minutes a largo crowd had gathered, but the llro had so far advanced as to maka It Impossible to save tho building and only n portion of tho contents In the front of the housn were F.ived. Attention was then largely given to Miv. Small's house. The entire contents were removed and carried Into tho street and across the way to Mrs Brlgham's. The "Morrisvillo I lose com pany o.uno over and aided In preventing the tiro spreading beyond the Putnam house, The cause of the lire Is not yot known but It Is supposed to have original od near the shed or barn, which adjoins the reir of tho house. Twice before hi thu past six months Iris this same build ItiK camjht lire. Mrs. Nellie I'lunegan's sister, Sadie, of Jamaica n.ilns, Mass., Is spending a vu cation of several weeks with her. Mr, and Mrs. Charlie Riley of Stowe passed Sunday with friends hero. Miss 8.1 r Chapln, who has leen enjoying a short vacation fiom lieu oflice duties, lias re turned. Mies Mae White, who has been at her homo in Jericho for a week, re turned Monday, Misses Genevieve Pupl neau and I-na Besou are with their aunt at C.uly's Falls. Mrs. Ihnory G. Pago, who was operated upon Saturday nt tho Mnry Fletcher hospital, Burling' ton, Is roporte-d as getting nlong well.- i visitor at C. A. Knight's. OAMBREDGEL c. W. IjaBounty nnd Mrs, IaBounty passed Sunday with Mr, and Mrs. E. H Hinds at their cottago ut Eden jiond. F. M. Willey wsh In Johnson Mondny, George Farrell of the Cambridge store Is taking n ton days' vacation. Mr. and Mrs, W. M. Smitb were In Burlington several days last week.- -Mr. and Mrs George Gaines of Enosburgb Falls passed Sunday the guestn of Mr. nnd Mrs. I.. C. leavens. Dr. Newton, F. M. Reynolds and Mr. Parker, who were In the Notch fishing Tuesday, brought homo about 200 - trout. "Misses Edith and Winnie Storoy and Ralph Brewster are visiting Mr, and Mrs. E. II. Hinds nt Eden pond tfcis - week, WOLOOTT. Jlra. Nancy Andrua and Delia Davis vis ited in Morrisvillo tho lant of tho weok, Charles Hoyt of Craitsbury has bought tho Bcrlbnor farm of C, II. A. Stafford nnd is cutting the hay. He will build an addition to his house this fall. I3lmer Pierco has bought of Francis Young hli smalt plnco noar Pa bin mill; price, $700. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Durgln of MoitIs- to-wn wero recent guests of 13. M. Knights. Miss F.thol Ifiilghtw has rermplotcd her summer -term of school at Colllnsvlllo and returned home. Mrs. Ida Jones Pen noelc of Weston, Mnss., vlfllled at J, T. HitbheH's nt 8, A. Fife's and other friends in this vicinity the last of tho week 'go ing Saturday to Caspian lake, Greenslwro, to remain over Sunday on her way home. Frank Slonne of Boston 'was a guctrt of Mrs. JI. W. Hu1o over Sunday. Mrs. Clayton Whitcomb of Calais passed sov ornl days nt tho homa of her mother, Mrs. O, W. Herring, tho last of tho -week. Mrs. Knte Hoanlmnn hns moved her family to Hardwlek. Raymond Golden has roturncrt homo from tho Sunset Hill House In Lisbon, N, H not being fus clnateel with golf in rainy weather. WATERVILLE. Rollln Wells of Lyme, N. H is visit- inrt friends in town. J, 11, Miller visited his uticln nt Fnlrlleld over Sunday, George Hill Is passing a few days in St. Johnsbury. Mr. and Mm. ICo Wliitte- moro of Jerchlo were In town over Sun dry. Miss Lillian Hull Is passing the week with her brother at Wolcott. Mr. nd Mrs. 13, M. Thomas of Cambridge Visited their daughter. Mrs. Ralph Wells, over Sunday. John Sherman of Massa chusetts Im visiting Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Maurice. Miss Gertrude Wllliur returned from Hot Springs, Vn . Thursday to cure for her suwter, Mrs, Walter WVstcott. Mrs. S. C. Shlpman an 1 daughter of West Lynn, Mass., are visiting her sistrr, Mrs. Q. A. Willey. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Kelloy of Morrlwlllc and Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Willey e.f Greensboro visited their par ents, Mr. nnd Mrs R. A. WWe-y, over Suml.ay. Frank Hunt has let his farm go bark to II. M. McFarlanil, who litis let the Rime to Daniel Bennett. Ralph Well 11 move to the farm vneatd by Mr. Bennett. .Mr.-, Alfonl Stygles died at tho Mary Fletcher hospital, Burlington, Fri- dav. The funeral was largely attended nt thn Fiilon Church Sunday nnd tho body was taken to Bdvldoro for interment. The Rev. A. G. Chandler ofllclated. JOHNSON O. A. McFnrland and family have T?lne to New Bedford, Mass., for a vneation of n few days. Mrs. R. C. Ronton or Mlnnecpolls, Minn., Is visiting her hroth- A. A. Leland, of this place. Lizzie Pike Is taking Alire Scott's place in tne store for n few days. There tiro over f.O in attendance at tho summer sohexil. Mrs. L. M. Knight of Oregon Is visiting here. Mr. and Mrs. T). A. Barrows nt tended tho funeral of Mrs, Barrow s father nt Rlrhford. Sunn.iy. The play, The Sunny South," drew a tout full hero Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. Dell Sturtevnnt were In Kast Fnlrlleld 1-ri-day nnd Saturday. JEFFERSONVILLE The base ball game played hero Satur- liy afternoon liotweeti the Itnllan Ath letic club of Barre ana jenorsonviiio, wns wein by Jerroi-s-onvitle, f, to 3. Tho game drew a largo crowd, among -tiioso from mt of town being forner Lieut. -Go-. Stearns imd par from Johnson who came in an automobile. A return game will bo jdaed at Barre roon. Mrs. J. F. Wilcox visited hop. brother it Essex Mon- ,liy,Mrs. Vernol, who s s tho guest for several week- of her dfi'igntor, Mrs. J. A. Watkins, l.a.s roturno. to St. Al bans. J. W. Green sold, the j ist week to parties in St. Johnsbury P.1" pounds of maple sug-ar. Mrs H. A . V. mum, who has b"on quite 111. Is lmpro lug. A. J. Thomas took a oirriace drive to I3nos burgh Falls, where ho was the gnest Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. As-a Unyinore -Mrs. J. W. Raymroro passed several diys last we. k w't'i Mrs. Anna Thomas. Mrs. S. 13. Pope and son, who were gin sts at Dr. Ladd's in F.ssex foe sevural days' have ioturm-,1 home. Miss Trick Vis gone to Burlington. She expects to esiimi' In r millinery work here in t-ep- tembur. Thuro wilt bn n gnniri of baso hall here Saturday, Fnlrlleld agutnnt Jef fersonvlllc. Miss Ruth Burnham of Hrundon is pausing a vacation ut W. W. Raynvore's. Mrs. Caroline Chaffee of Belvidere Is a guest ut A. J. Thomas's. Thu Rev, II C. Howard has closed his labors as pastor of the Sec ond Congregational Church. Mr. How ard felt that his health was not equal to the work hero. His successor Is the Rev. Mr. Hnrned of Rochester, N. V. Mr. Hownrd had been pastor hero for nenrly 1I yenrs Mrs. Jennie Styles of Grand Isle Is a guest at Mr. and Mrs. Mnrotnn Hawley's. Mrs. Gertrude (Whltcomh) Hnwlev, ho in receiving trentmrnt nt the Mnrv rletcher hospi tal, ls more comfortable, BF.TVTDEKE. Mrs, Cornelia Stle- a former resident of this place, dud at the Mary Fletcher hospital In Burlliiirton July 1-', apod 04 years, with ranu-r. T e funeral services were held nt the 1'nlon Church ln Wnter vllle, A. G. Chandler ..lllelatluc The In terment wns at H, lvld.ro cemetery. She l.s survived by m. ii e i ldren, three sons and four dnuuhiers, ;ri aired father, thn Rev. Silas Foster, ,1 Mopnmther, thren brothers, three s'ster". W Krandchlldron and four (treat sriindehlldren. Mrs. Thomas Holmes and little son met with nu nccVbnt Jnh- 10. While driving they turned out In the Held fir nn ntitomoblle to pass and when tuning to come l;-ick to the road tho horse became unmanage able, tipping over the carriage, drasghig Mrs, Holmes rpilte a distance, Sho held the lines until t e lltt'.- son got hold of the bits nnd help ,-anir Mrs. Holmes sus tallied a sprained nnh'e nnd arm and a blnck eye nnd mmy o er bruises but im bones were broken. ORANGE COUNTY, EAST RANDOLPH. Frldny, Emerson Hearing fell nnd broke his hip. Ho , Ml years old and It Is feared lie nuiv not recover. Mr. Hearing Is fnthor of George Hearing of this place. J,,im Bogers has a tele phone, Mr. Hutu nnd fnmlly nro pnss. Ing a month with his father In Enat Brnlntreo. Lena Morrill has returned to her home in Randolph. RANDOLPH. The horse of Bert Flln becanu frighten ed at the cms while hllcheil on Maine street Frldny afternoon, and breaking the bridle, ran down the stieet nnd through the Methodist Church yard to the house of Mrs. Burroughs where tho carriage hit against the house. AH rout" wheels wore dotuedlslied hut no one was Injured. Young Glenn jiit ri.rn,iluisl In the team until the horso was stopped. Mrs. Martin wont to York Beach Saturday. -"-Thomas Ieeonnrd went to Clarmiont Saturday to play on tho Claremont base ball team. -Mr, and Mrs. n. w. Tewksbuiy and Mr. and Mr. Royniond liavo returned from Greensboro,- Homer W Vail went to H. W. ALLEN & CO. Warm Weather Apparel. Exactly meeting tne requirement and but a small part of tne real worth to pay. Waists 98 Cents and $1.38. Beautilrul "Waists, ready for tKc immediate need. Made of fine, sheer Lawn, India Linon, Dotted Muslin, etc., a great va riety of exceedingly dainty styles for choice, valued at $1.50 to $3.50 each. To-day 98 cents and $1.38. CKina Silk Waists $3.38. Made of fine Hah utai Silks with Valenciennes Lace trim mings, white or hlack. Valued at $5.75. o-day Warm ArVeather Gloves. Not an item missing here now among the most wanted of Summer Gloves. Great new assortments of Silk Gloves m 12 and 16 Button lengths. Fashionable shades of hrown and' tan which have been almost impossible to find for many months are a prominent feature as well as a full collection of white and hlack. Priced at $1.25 and $1.50. Milanese Silk Lisle. Black and White 16 Button length known as the fabr Suede Gl ove. Toilet Colgate's Violet Talcum Powder Colgate's Cashmere Bouquet Talcum Powder Roger Gallet s Poudre De Ris Roger Gallet s Toilet Soaps - D aggett and Ramsdell s Cold Cream Soap Colgate's Violet Toilet Soap - Sanatol Toilet Paste and Powder Pow-dora Powder Puffs - - - H. W. ALLEN & CO. MaKHonn Rprlntrs, N, Y,, Saturday to Join his wife who is U lmj troated for rheuma tism. Homer .lord oil .Montpeltr-r Is visit ing relatives in town. Mirers Ruth and Kmma Flint entertained a number of friends Saturday nftenirion and ovenlni; nt their homo on Park street. Mr. and Mrs. V. A. CJuealy of Chicago, HI., are visiting: Warren Bruce. James Denntsnn, who has been vlsltlnp Willard Martin, went to South Royalton, Saturday, Wil liam D. Mnnn returned to Quechee, Sat urday. Mrs. Anson Burroughs, who has been vlsltlntr Miss Ada BUrrotitths, return ed to Brattleloro Saturdny. Mrs. M. K. Tilson of Maiden, Mass., visiting nt Dr. E. O. Blanchard's. -Mrs. Kllen Wheatley of Morlden, Conn., is In Brookfleld, on a visit. Mrs. Kred ICeltcy of I,owell, Mas who hns been at L,. Spauldlnpr's, has ffone to Spring Lake, Mich. Miss Marfraret Hopkins has returned to Franklin after a few days with Miss Sarah Chedel. Mis Gardiner of Washington, V). C, Is In town. Miss Mary Tllon of I'lttsdeld has been vlsltlncr at Kdwnrd Bass's. Miss Bertha Rice returned to Bethel Satur day after a few days with Miss ly.la Infralls. Mrs. Adella Goodrich and Mrs. Anna Goodrich, who have been vlsltlntr nt the Center, returned to Nashua, N. H Saturday. Mrs. Adella Goodrich was formerly the principal of the training school at Randolph center. Miss Klhel JCdson has returned from Brattlehoro.- MKs Cora Holbrook Is at home from Stockbrldifo for n short visit. Mrs. Lemuel Richmond nnd Miss Wln- nlfred Richmond have returned from Roy alton. MWs l.ntira Averill of Northtleid is vlsltlntr MIs I.na Kllhurn. Mr, and .Mrs, c. I-.. Milium nave ri'turneil from Last barren, where they made a short vls't.-Mrs. Harry S, Clark of Dan- vers, Mass.. Is visiting her mother. Mrs. r.miiy linstings.-w , uavls, wno has her. -The Mlsse Ethel and Evelyn Blod beon with his mother, Mrs. C. Davis, , .-..tof Snrlngflelel. Mas-., are with Mrs. nnd sister, Mrs. A. P. Knights, returned to Battle t reek, Mich.. Monday night. - Miss Emma Blakely. who Is we.rking Jn the depot restaurant nt White River Junct'on nnd her friend. Miss Helen Rog ers, nre In town for a short stay. Mrs. W. K. Brooks returned to Bethel with Mis. N. W. I'dall.-.MIss Ellen "Whitney went to Itovnllon Tuesday for a few days. Tho members of the Baptist Church and society will give a reception for the Rev. AVilllam Br.idshaw Monday evening at the parsonage to which every IkmI.v !.- Invited, Harry Morton, who has boon the day operator at tho station 'u Notthlleld, is now In Rindolph and will the defendant pleaded guilty. The court take up tho same work hero, Miss Ji sslo j finoel Mr. More JklW nnd costs on the Pearsons, who h is hi en visiting here, re- charge of keeping with Intent to sell turned to Montpeller Tuesday. Dr. which was paid, The line for the offense. Grace Taplln of Boston. Mass., Is vlltlng , of sedling was S.nvt nnd costs nnd six her mothor, Mrs. G. E. Davenport. Mr. I months Imprisonment In the house of cor am! Mis. G. W. P.inlou have returned rectlnn. Vpon the ;,iyment of the costs from Ijohanon, N, II. Mrs. S. B. Chedel, ho wns placed In the hands of tho pro who has been visiting her son, Georgu ! hatlon officer. A search and seliure was ChoUd, and Miss Sarah Chedel went to made nnel the court Judged the liquor Woodstock Tuesday for a short stay. 'found forfeited and It was ordered do Mr. nnd Mrs. II. W. Vail returned from ' stroytd. Massona Springs, N. Y., Tuesday, whero E. F, Spauldlng has completed his Mrs. Vail has made very slight Improve- house bout nnd moved In his honse ment. Sim Is being treated for rheiium- bold goods, The boat made the first tisni. trli Saturday, when it wns moored op- Mrs. Inez Segar returned to Bur- poslte Fnrrant's point. Mr. Spauldlng's llngtou Tuesduy nlKht. Ml mm Annlo brother and family Joined him Monday Messer, who bus been visiting Mr. nnd evening nnd the boat proceeded down Mrs. Francis Kuton, returned to her" the lake. The boat makes n unique np homo In Barre Tuesday nlirht. Mrs. pearnnco being the first and only craft E. O. Ham and daughter, Esther, havo of the kind on the lake. W. 11. Ranney returned from Lako Mitchell. -Dr. H. G. nnd family hnve returned to Pennnrook. Reekmnn, Dr. Eaton, Fred Curtis, W. S. N. H. Mrs. Leaudor Glllman died at her Tearhout, nnd Mr, Eblrdgn intended homo hero Sundny forenoon. Mrs, W. the hall prame nt Barre Tnesilny after- It. Jenks nf St, Johnsbury Is visiting noon, going In Dr, Bookman's nuto, her mother, Mrs. 'A. C. Blake. Roy Har Josoph Chevron went to St. Albnns on vey is passing n few dnys with his par business Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs, N. S. ents. Mrs. J. W. Holbrook and two sons Buck and daughter, Iris, went to Lc- are visiting Mrs, E. A. Stewart, bnnon, N. H., yesterday nnd will go to , Crystal lake, Lock Haven, later. Mr. MORGAN, nud Mrs. William' Emerson went lo Rt,Bnni(J pierce Is stopping at Miss Ann York Beach yesterday. Thomas Leon- K Little's. Mr. Pierce Is In business in ard went to Clnremont, N, II., yester- New york 0,t. iiml JI1)lfl tjlull, catvA for day. Mrs. Clarence Oshon and dnugh- h)m wl,M oliini. J. Q. Walters has tor, Doris, wont tn Bethel yesterday lo mm.eil to s, ,.: ay's tenement, having attend the funeral of Mrs. Fred Mayo, (o)a ,)s nC(, , ,np tn,,,r to c,,,i WHO UHMI Slllllieniy .uoimii.v nioi ninK. Miss Josle Sulham, who has been visit ing her mint, Mrs, Charles Whlto, for, tho pnst two weeks, returned to Attle burn, Mass., yesterday .Tuck Merrl man went to Morrisvillo yesterday.--. Woik for the sewer has commenced on Railroad street. Misses ..esslo Bliss and l.lllliiu Hutchinson of Nortlitlold are In town, BRADFORD v Misses Weeks and Rounds nf Boston mo guests of Miss Marjotlo Dodd. Miss $3.38. $1.25, 'rice Articl es, 15 cents, 15 " 25 " 25 " 22 " 10 " 19 " 10 " Rebecca lrjdd returned from Islet of Bhnnls Inst nvuk.-William Mumlcr eif Pomervllb.., Mass., Is vlsitlntf his ttllnt, Mrs, George W. Jenkins, Mrs, F.tla Merrill returned to Newpeirt, N. II,, Fri day, C. C, .Morris of Wlnthrop, Mtifn., Is with his family for a vaoHtlon. Mrf. Kfflo Jestlp of Brovldenco. R. I,, )s visiting his mother, Mrs, M, H. Crook, MIshch C'iinrlntto and I.uoy Nelson nro at Franklin, N. 11., the suests of their cousins. Mrs. O. R. Baker of Brooklyn, N V., hns arrived to visit her mothor, Mrs. W. B. Stevens. Harry Cummlngs of Springfield, -Mass., Is with his brother, I". 1,. Cummlncs, nnd fnmlly for a vaca tion. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Parker and sons, Charles and T,oo, ar,. taking an automobile trip to Concord and Boston. Mr and Mrs. George Dixon of Hard wlek visited his fnthor, the j;ev. j. ,. Dixon, last week -C. P. ' Dlmlck of R. vere, Mil's., was with his mother, Mrs. Freeman Clement, tho first of tlio w. ok. Dr. C. II. Morse nf Oxford, N. IT., has accepted a call to tho Congregation al Church here and will commence his pastorate September 1 P. E. Crafts is nt Windsor on tho lury of T'nited States court. RANDOLPH CENTER. Mrs, I.. A. Noves nnd daughter, Anna, of Chicopoc, Mass.. are stopping at the Randolph House. Miss Mien M. Fargo Is threatened with pneumonia Mrs. F. M. Wedgewood of Essex Junction is visiting at N. I.. Hoyden's.- Mrs. W. C. Clark of Brookfleld Is visiting her half brother, Dr Herbert A. Allen. Miss Josephine Hodges went to Burlington Monday to receive I surgical treatment.-.Mrs. C. U Sm'tlt ,,tid sun. Gordon, are vlitlnrf Mrs. Elmer jowe In Joilehi.-Sever.it of Mrs. Regan's relatives from Salem, Mass., are visiting j:mlly Davis for the summer. Miss Net- ' tie Pember returned last week from her trip to Jamestown and sccral other places. ORLEANS COUNTY. NEWPORT C, R. More was arrested last, week on the charge of violating tlio license lnw. A trial was held In municipal court be fore Judge Cushman Wednesday when Brown. The selectmen havo been exam ining a route for n road on Walton hill, to save the hard pulls on tho old road. It would be n great Improvement, Mrs. Clarence Ellott nnd Mrs. L. D. Farr nre both better, nnd MKs Celln Demlck Is gaining slowly, ORAFTBBURY. Jerry Neville of Des Moines, Iowa, brother of George and Alba Nevlllo of this town, Is visiting friends here, his Hist return In 23 y.ars.-Etta Smith is i passing hor vacation in Btowo. Mr, nnel Mrs, J, C. Allen of Burlington nro vlmt Ing In town.- Dr. Blbby and II. V. Blsh- ep, with their families, nre tnk'ng a oar- rlago drive to Fair Haven. Jessie Ander son of Colchester cntno Thursday for an Indefinite stay. Mrs. Nolllo Curtice nnd daughter nf Whitman, N. Y, nro visit ing her sister, Mrs. J. Kelr of this vil la bo. BROWNTNGTON. Mr. and Mrs. Millard Going of Woods, villi;. N. 11., were hero to uttend the fun eral of Mr. Golmj's aunt, Mrs. E. I Htiae. -Cornish Chandler Is with her sis tor, Mrs. C. Grow, who has been oillti 111 the past week. Charles Parlen O' Barton Landing Is moving to the house he recently imrchascd of Mr. Vincent Mrs. Ddward Gallop Is 111 with Inflamma tion of thn bowels, Miss Delia Chap, man of Glover Is vMtlng her grand mother, Mrs. Powers. (loorclana St Peter, who has been visiting her pirepts has returned te her work at Newport Mrs. Henry Cloitgh of North Troy li visiting her sister, Mrs. Joseph Smith -Mrs. Henry l.elnnd Is visiting her bro ther in Ieowoll for a few days.- Mr Ixinl. Young hns sold his place to the Pike Manufacturing Co. -Honrv Gngo hns moved to Rarton Tending -Mrs. William Noyes of Chicago Is visiting her father, Daniel Dwyer, nt Mrs. Bertha Spencer's Mrs. Charles Blovln nnd Mrs Eugene Norrle nnd two children from Sheffield are visiting relatives ln town. DERBY. E. E. Allien returned to New Jersey Monday night Miss Hattl' Blsbeo tj stopping w.th her aunt, Mrs C It Ba'es Children's day was ole-crved at thn Mothodlit Church Sunday afternoon. Charles RI-0 and family pas-. 1 Pundn with Mrs Illee's father, Onvi Sarles The experiment lecture under the aus pices of the V. C. T. I'. to be given last Sundav evening, hns been postponed ur til July 2S- Tho Ladles circV of thi Congregational Chnrch which met at Mrs Irf-vt Kellev's Friday nf torn' ion proved a very pleasant occasion In spite of the severe rain storm which preventd a large number from being present. The proceeds were $1, -Mrs. C. D. Taylor celebrated her SDth birthday Saturday at the home of her daughter. Mrs. W N Hopklnson. Her sons, John anel W'll'lam, who are In business In Boston being un able to be present, sent her a f'ne sot of china dishes and she was the re'pient of several other presents. W. T, Kl'horn Is haying for George D. Hopklnson nnd William Ivabounty for W. N. Hopkirson -Julius L,n bounty after having been In tho fnmlly of C. D. Hop klnson most of the time for two and a half years, has taken final leave and grne to work during haying for Bun I jane near Newport Center Unfits Al ley's now barn ls ready rir tho hay. Tho workmen nro leaving the stable? until after haying, ns they prefer the hayftehl to carpenter work, while wages are so high. Mrs. A. P. Nlles, who -vas qultG 111 last week, ls gaining s'.ewly Mrs. M. P. Howard of Burlington left Derby last wool; and will pass a short time wltl; her friend. Mrs. Will Dutton. In Brown Ington The remains of Mrs. Hiram Fovrons, who died at Boob P'a'n after a short Illness with pne' in la wcr brought here Wednesday. Ju y 11, and funeral services were held In the Corgre gatlonal Church, The Rev. E. B. Hovt officiating.. The Rev. M. Barnum will remain in Derbv one week and will preach ln the Congregational Church again next Sunday morning and even lijg. Mrs. Curtis Wlllev, who had a bad spell with her heart the night of July I, Is improving slowly. LOWELL. Ij. B. Wellman of Newport was In owr Sunday and Monday Mrs I,. R. S nclair nnd daughter, MarJorV, vls.te-1 In Nort'i Troy last week. Mr. and Mrs Mnhlou Deblals have gone to Boston - M-ss M ibel Farman has gone to riprlngfiel 1 o v' " her brother. Stephen lVrrln has cone to Worcester, Mass., where ho hns employ ment. David Warner Is In M ntreal tak ing special triMtmer.t for an Injury to his head caused by a blow Eugene Par ker of Alburgh passed last wook In town. The Rev. J. II. Wallace has moved to Rie.hford, where ho intends mak'ng his home Clavton Kinsley of Boston was tn town the first of the week. D. A Wako field has moved to Troy, where ho hai employment. Frank Hemenway will O'V cupy tho tenement vacated by him -Mr. nnd Mrs. II. J. Stewart visited relative In Morrisvillo Inst week. RUTLAND COUNTY. BENSON. An alarm or fire was sounded early Fri day morning. The blaze was In Frank Charlton's store. Water was handy and the bucket brigade soon put it out after it had done considerable damage to tho stock of Rjcerle, Fred Charlton was so eivercome by shock and exeit ment that he was stricken with congestion of the brain, lying in an unconscious cond'tlon nil day Friday. Ho 1 a me conscious about 7:Vi p. m. -Insurance Agent Oscar H, Bump was here Friday afternoon ad- Justing tint loss to Mr. Charlton's goods, estimated at about SI", fl fford Peck, Mrs. H. S. Peck and Mrs. Fred Rober's and little sou of Fair Hi.-t-. are at Dr. Edmund I.ape's. Dr. .vol Mr.- Cr ipman E. Strong of Now York i"i a' W E, Strong's. Miss Mary K, N-"-ton of Proc tor is visiting relatives m He "son -Mrs, ora Pratt Is seriously 111 wit h' a bronchitis. Grove S. Scribner is fat' t g rapidly. Hurley Scribner of Wyoming, ' Is son, Ins been sumnin'il ' otne Among those wlio went to Sinitogi las week for the Knights IVmplar core lave wera S. C. Grlnnell, E A. Gibbs, 1" R Lapo, D. E. Redden. A. I.. Hale Fr.i' k Charl ton, the Rev. John II. Ket p T'.i. new law requiring the owner, or o1' ipiot, of land to cut tho weds and grass m ' ia road side before July so flush to be obey, od now so ns to save expo so, as t n selectmen have tho right to order t dono und chargo It up to tho ocurant. BRANDON. Mrs. W. G. Derby and c'..'.uten o. Brooklyn, N. V., are visiting Irving Marsh's. Miss Anna Smith of Philadel phia, Pa., Is at her homo on Grove strcel for a few weeks' vacation. Mr and Mrs, Gerry Scott are camping at Lake Dun more for two weeks. Mrs, 11. B. Bos worth of Bristol is visiting her brother, Dr. William R. Marsh.-D.ivid B, Rush more of Schenectady, N. Y has been passing a few days here with Mrs. Rush more, who Is spending the summer In town. Mrs. J. W, Wade and daughter of Paris, Texas, has arrived In town for a few weeks' stay. E, A. Palmer has gono to Sandy 1 1 III. N. Y., where he will visit relatives for several days. Mr and Mrs. C. G. Wlnslow of Brooklyn, N Y ar visiting his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. C M. Wlnslow. The King's Daughters wllj hold the'r picnic Friday nfternool in the grove nenr B. J. Williams's, south of tho village, Tennis will lcav Centrnl park ut 1:30 p. in. Miss Kiilherlno Blackwell has gon( to Cohnssott Beach, Mass., for n IO days' stay. News has been received of (CoiKlmieil on 12th I'drc)