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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS; THURSDAY, JULY 25, 1907.
One Cent A WORD. Advertising In this column one cent a rd, each Instrtlon, Copy may be changed overy week. Cash In advance- re quired. No advertisement taken which Is less than twelve woids, two lines. Sptclnl terms to ndvtrtlsers uslnrf from 2M to ';. Unci within twclvo consecutlvo month. POINTERS. OWNERS OF FARMS who wish to hire help or to sell n farm should use. this column. .Vcnrly 6,000 copies of this paper are sold every Issue and your advertise ment would bo lead by many posfllblo buyers. 7,wtf TO RENT. FFRNISHED ROOM stret. 'Phone 721-5. to rent. 77 Muell 141,d.twtf FOR SALE. FOU RAIn-A oOl.foot hot water heater, TO ho-so power oteam boiler. W. 13. Gates. :i5,d&w,tf. Tilt SALE--The entire real-estate store, stock and fixtures. Tin; only store In town doing a prosperous business. Mutt be sold to rlose the estate, H. F. Davis, Adni"., West Molton. 2w,3t NOTICE. WHEN IN NEED of ft granite or marble mem iruils write for our prices. Work s- t anywhere. Harre Granite Purchasing A? ney, The Grnnlto Dealers at the Quarries, Mane Vermont. SO.wMt. NOilCK how little It corts to tell thou sands of readcis In many towns of Ver nier t what you have to sell or what you wish to buy. Advertise In the Free Tress nml ynu will get replies to your adver tisement. '.'7,wtf It MOD): ISI.WIl IIOMMTUi TltUMMI MIIOOI. roil MltM'.S. Tue Rhode Island Hospital offets ? i ars' i nurse of training In enro of patient!- in nicdh al, surgical, ohstoi r and "' special depts. 4002 pa-Cei.t-. t rented In Iflnri. Applications re imw being considered for elnsse.s entering Sept. I!i07. and Jan. and April ISiis Maintenance and money nllownnoe sufficient for personal ox ir it-s are- given Tor further in formation and circulars, address Miss I.ucj c' Aye-rs, It 1 Hospital, Providence, R I swim BIG BARGAINS No. 1777 The best corner property for Investment in Wlnooskl, with 3 two-story buildings In pood repair; also the lease and fixture:) of a board ing houss. Don't linger but catch the worm, l'rlej f 9,000. 00. No, 8G7. A Charlotto farm of over 130 acres, nlco locatloi, rich soil, good water, etc. fair building, with farm ing tools and team Price Jt.jOO; cash f 1,000, bal. on time. The Reynolds; Real Estate Co., l.'U Main M. llurlliiKion, Vt, Opposite City Iliill. Teeth Extracted Absolute!)- Without Tills. The only olllco In liurllncton where you can get teeth extracted without a particle, o; pain without taking gas. Jly method Is usod by no other person. No pain; ro dnr.;jer; no after oftect- Dlt. 1.. . IIA7.HN, Otncc. 1SE Pino St.. Hurlington, Vt. Office hours, 10 to 3. 7 to 8. WAJfl' AIJ' TILIC "r- V tiltnE" nit" ;i- jple :id counlrj auyliiln, ,- ;oti nnnirtiilnr; yon Trantt One cm inny In cilj hnti 'r kind of farm machinery for nnotlirrt unr kind of live itoc for ..notheri one kind of fnrm product for un otlirri your fnrm tlnelf lor another one. FOUNTAIN PENS at Tin: iMiiir, pnnss stoiih iTvn: or .iosi:rn i:. nrviN ok 1 1 1 . 1 1 A A , MIVA .SCOTIA. STA I i: or VHIt.MONT, District of Chit- tell.leli. The I loini.-able the Probato Court, for In liMtrlct of Chittenden. To the lielrs and all persons Inter cut I ii tin- estate of .losopli K. (Jliuvln, late o, Halifax, In th" 1'ioviiice of no- i Scotln, I'linada, deceased, fSUKHTINOt Wl-ereas', application hatli been madii o tin:- court In wi-IUiir, by the ,-ulmln-strator of tin- i state of Joseph ij, l,i uin. bin or Halifax, Noa Si-ntla, 3f( eased. prnyliiM; for license and au li.irltv tn sell tile whole of the real es- titr i.f -.iild ilece.ihi.il, repi ehentliiK to sal 1 i mil t, thai It would lie hem ilel.il to the b'irs and all persons hfirs anil all persons interested In the estate of said deceased, to sell the whole of the real estnto of said Over asi-d, and convert tho fcinno Into TIOIU'V. And bringing Into Court the consent md approbation in writing, of all the heirs to said estate residing In this 1 State, and setting; forth thu situation of tbo n-nl estate. Whereupon, tho said Court appointed and assigned the inb day of August, 1 pn". at tin- Probate I'oiirt rooms. In said district, to hoar and decldo upon said application and petition, nnd ordered public notice thereof to bo given to all persons Interested therein, by publishing said order, to gether with the time nml place of hearing, three weeks successively In tho Miiillngton Weekly Fren Press, a newspaper which circulates) In the neighborhood of tho.se persons Inter rsted in snid estate, all which pub lications shall be previous to tho day assigned for hearing. Therefore, nu are hereby notified to appear before said court, at the time and place nsslgned, then and there In said 'ourt, to mako your objections to the (minting of such license, It you sc-o ;auso. Given under fay hand at the Probato Court jooiiir, tills Kith day of July, 1007 MARCKLLl'S A. MINOHAM, 4.W.H Judge. HSTATH OF AltfiTST .1. IIADIKi; () lllllll.liVtiTO.V, We, tho subscribers, having been ap pointed hy tho Honorable tho Probato Court for tlio District of Chittenden commissioners to iccelvc, examine and ad list tlie claims and ileinandM of all persons against the cstato of August J. tnciiKe, into or liiirllugtnn, in said district, deoensed, and also all claims Mid demands exhibited 111 offset there to; and six months from t.ie day of iho date hereof being allowed by said ourt for that purpose, wo do therefore lereby glvo notice Hint we will at lend l) tin.- duties ot our appointment it the Into residence of tho dooe.ltint, n Wlnooskl avenue, In Murllngton, In laid district, on the 22nd days of Au ttiBt and January, next, at 10 o'clock . m., on each of said days. Dated this 23d day of July, 1007. C H MFICCIIKR, J, W. 0S'IJ,IVAN. ,w3t 7orumJsslonex8. HAPPENINGS IN VERMONT. (Continued from First I'ngc) daughter, MIsj Hello San ford. Mrs. .lu nette Lewis of Mlddlobury Is passing a few days with her sister-in-law, Mrs. Edgar Banford, Miss Knto Orlswold of i'ontclalr, N, .!., who his been a guest of her aunt, Katherlne (lilswold, fin- the pnst two weeks, left Monday to visit Mr, and Mrs. A. G. Jones of Sudbury, SHOREHAM- Mrs. Charles Morse and son, who have bcc-n at her father's several weeks, han returned to their home in Randolph. -11. II. Johnson of New Yotk was a. locotit guest at ('. N. North's. Mrs. Anglo Vaughn of Mellows Tails Is visiting at Dr. C. W. Howard's. -Clayton N. North, who lias been with his gtandpatonts, Mr. and Mrs. C. N. North, lias rottirned to his home In Glens Falls, N. Y. Thirty six ladles attended the missionary moot ing Ht Mrs. Emory Patnodo's Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Ransom Htlenwoeid anil two chil dren of Schenectady, N. Y., are guests of her brother, Thomas Stokes. Maurice Stokes of ScheiK-etndy. N. Y.. Is passim? twn weeks with bis brothers. Mr. and Mrs. K. D. Collins and daughter of New York are with his mother, Mrs. Ellz-ihoth Collins. Mrs. Mary Caswell and family of Mlddlobury are vMtlng her mother, Mrs. Susan W tight. LINCOLN. Sirs. M.il- Me Thayer Collins and d mgh-ter.-., Sybil and Hazel of Keelie. N. II., are Itui.sts of her mule, (i. A. Thayer, and it ii ti t. Mis. Ainu tto Morgan. Mr. and Mrs. Hurley V.itnoy and little son ot South l-YitninR.il mi, Mass., are visiting their p-ii-cnts, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Vnr ney. About 1") members of Prospect Grange nttetiiled tbo momlna servlco at the t'nioh Church Sunday Several from here attended the Munlull meetings In Mrlstol Sunday. Mrs. M. J. (love contin ues to Improve. Her sister, Mrs. Vivian Marrott of Rutland, Is here. MONKTON SIDGE. The AVIllltiar Workers will meet next Friday with Mrs. Nettle Itanium In Hist Monktnn. Refieshments will be served on the lawn and all the ladles are inv'teil to nttend. Miss Daisy Rus sell. who has been the past two weeks at hi r brother's. Dr. Russell, In Lincoln Is expected home this week. Mrs. George Stllmi passed two days last tt'-rk In Mrlstol. Mrs. T.V.r.le Pale has r turned from a week's visit In MurlltiK ton. Pearle Cox and Mrs. I.lzzle Mile's are contlned to their homes with the whooping couhIi. NEW HAVEN. ill- .fnd Mrs. I."v Mlcrelow of Port Ileniy, N Y., and M-s. Jennie Davis of Keene, N. H., have been vl.-ltlnff in town the past week. Frank H.ithoni ot Potsdam, N. Y.. Is the truest of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Part oh Mrs. Mary White of Slielliiirnc is vieltlnc Mrs. -. K. Mow ley.. Miss Sawyer of Providence Is the Ktiest of hr sister, Mrs rj. n. Palmer. J. 1-'. Uowley of v titer "Rutland passed .Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1. K. Mowley. Joyce Khicley of Proctor was at home over Sunday. Miss Dlzzle Wrltrht of Mrlstol was the snest of Mrs. G. C. Co.Kes Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Mlcknell of Mrlstol were cuests of Miss Hell Sherman Sunday.CS. l- Washburn was In Mlddleliury Saturdav. Mrs. Thrcsla Oreffoty and son of Mlddlobury are passln; their vacation in town, Riiests of Mrs. firecory's brother. W. V. Sturte vant. A barn lieionKiiifr to I", H. Conant was struck by lightening Saturday after nonn and burned. Will.. ini Herman Is at home from camp at lms point. Arthur Ileum. in of Pittsford pi-s,.,j Sunda wit'i his- parents, Mi. and Mr.--. N. J. Ilcnman. SOUTH STARKSBORO. Mr and Mrs. Hlezar Sliattiul: went: to p.li.limond last week to visit at Jo- slah Puller's Amolli Dumas of I.ia ioln was the p;uest of her son. I'reil, last week. Mr. and Mrs. Dver Coneer of Woliott visited hr foiisln, Mrs. K, If Youiik, Thursday. .Mi . Annie Tracy of Mnlone, N. Y.. Is visltlntr lier in phew. Daniel Sarcrent and two nieces. Mrs. Hlsie Dafiyette and Mrs. Jennie Orvls Mary WrlKbt of Jericho is visiting relatives and friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Hdwards and child re turned to Mrooklyn Satuid.iy. The Iidles- Home Circle met with Mrs. Mary Younf Thursday afternoon. The Mow True Hl'il will hold a meetlni; Sun day afternoon In tint east district. MKs. Lou Cnderbil! and Hmrna Williams, who hae been stopping at Maiv Young's, will return to their home in Mrooklyn Satin-daw- Mr. and Mrs. Fdwarrt's nml I daughter, Alice, of Mrooklyn, who havo been with Daniel Halllck's family two wreks, returned home Monday. The Friends' quarterly meeting w-IU be held August 10 and 11. Marvin Purlnton has pone to Dlneoln. Mr. and Mrs. David Merrill of Lincoln visited her parents Sunday. EAST MIDDLEBURY. Miss flenevleve KImer has been passing ,i few days with M.ss Allen Mosworlh of Mrlstol. Mr, and Mrs. F. A. Mrown passed Sunday with relatives in Hlpton. LARRABEE'S POINT. Serrlll Flash returned Saturday to . his home In (ileus P.ills-, N. Y., after several weeks at M. W .liurlclgli'.-Mrs. F. S. Ilolley of Strantnn, c.il., and Mrs. Cora Preston of Tleojuloroga, N. Y were guests at F. M. Piatt's a few d.iys last week. Mrs. V. CI. Iirabop and daughter. Mabel, wero In Iv.t.st Khoreham for a few daysk Mr. and Mr. M. Y. Murlolgh havo returned from a short trip to New York city. STARKSBORO. The Stokes and Mason reunion will bo held at Wesley Smith's In Hlnes blirgll. Wednesday, August 21. All members are lm Ited to be present. F.rnest Newton of Murllngton Is vis iting nt C. F. Clifford's Mr. nnd Mrs. L F. Ferguson arc passing n few days In Whitehall. V Y., with Mr. and Mrs, Thomas Fagan. .Mr. mid Mrs. D, Wndo wero In Murllngton Tuesday. Mr. Mlackwell of Mrandon was In town Monday and Tuesday and met thn se lectmen in reference to changing tlio road north of tho village. C. p. ('Mi ford, who lias boon conllned to tho houso for a few dnys, Is nbl to ride out. John Hnnnnn's barn was burned Saturday. .It was Insured for U'SO, which will not cover over one. third tho loss. MONKTON, .mis. . ii. ijciiii mis reiurueii noni a several days' stay nt If. p. SHIson's In Proctor. n. M. Smith wan In Ver- genncs Saturday Mrs, Fred Dean ot Lust Monkton passed Saturday with her aunt. Mrs. II. H. Palmer. Dr. .-tnd Mrs, Falby of Huntington passed Sun day nt M. o. French's. .Mrs. Francis Lndd Is ablo to bo about the house again. Miss Marrlo McDnnnoll of Montpellcr Is visiting her grnndp.ir- cuts, Mr. ana Mrs. Edward, Gee. WEYBRIDQK. Mrs, Rarah Iturlbut of HurllnRlon passed a short tlmo with friends herti this week. Willis Hall Is at 1OtiR- point putting an englno Into n boat for T, l-'letchcr. Mrs. D. 8. Parker mid daugh ter of Fltchbitrjr, Mass,, are passing somn tlmo here with friends. D. D, Hnnks of Kurcka, lUnh, Is at I,, O. Thompson's. He Ii a brother of Mrs. L. O. Thompson. Mrs, Mennno and Miss J-Jmma Itcnane of Albany, N. Y., are nt the Mf'tliodlst parsonage. Mrs. Henanc I" the mother of Mrs. Heller. The Junior U-aguo will hold Its annual gathering on the parsonage grounds Friday afternoon. Itefrcshmcnts wll bo served. SALISBURY Mrs. Hllznheth Mandlo died nt the home of her Mstor, Miss Caroline Thomas, Sun day evening, July H, nged nearly ?." yoirs. The funeral was held at the house Tues day afternoon, the Mcv. Mr. Slocum oltlrl ntlng. The burial was In the family lot at Hvcrgreen cemetery. V. C. Atwood Is In Mrandon for a few wee;.s, -Mts, Adell Mick has relumed from Mutllngton and Is staying at her homo In the village. Ti-sinnrd Holcomh, who Is a1 worlt In New Haven, was nt homo over Sunday. . BRIDPORT. Th body of Jnmes Lowell, a former resident, who died nt Hlnesburgh, was brought bote for burial July II. Miss Harriet Wheeler of Mnrllngton passed Sunday In town J. M. Pratt cotitinueH In n critical stale. -n. F. Wolcolt Is 111 In bed again -Mr. anil Mrs. (b-orge Mar nard of Fort I'dward were recent guests at Mrs. K. K. Wolcotfs.-Mrs. H. K. Williams has gone to New Hnven and Murllngton. The Home Circle of the Methodist Church will sell lee cream and cake in the park Saturday evening. NORTH FERRISBURGH The reception Stoddard Allen evening was a glvon by Mr. and Mrs. at their home Tuesday very pleasant occasion. Nc.niei oils rt-lntlvcf and friends attended to offer congratulations and best wishes to the bride nml groom. Light refresh incuts were served during the evening. Amos Tundy of (laheston, Texas, son of William Tundy, formerly of this town, visited friends and relatives over Sunday. Mrs. Colhy Hardv of Worcester, Mass., Is a guest at M. V. Allen's. Miss Crowley has returned to her home In Potsdam, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. James Dean have re. turned fnun their bridal trip, and are liv ing with his father. W. M. Dean. During the severe storm Saturdav afternoon two cows belonging to Wilbur Mall, weie struck by lightning and killed.. William Palmer will preach at the Mothodlst flhurch Snnd.ir 1-7. H, Converse of Chalrotte passed Sunday ot Carlos Martin's. ADDISON. The social at Mev. II. II. White's was well attended. Miss Seats. Miss Smith and Mrs. Murpee recited and the llt'.lo Murpee girls sang. Dainty refresh ments were served on the piazza. Charles Wlllmarth of New York Is on his annual visit to his sister. Mrs. See gar. George D. pond and family of Kansas are ,tupsts of his sister, Mrs. Mary Smith It has been several yoirs since ho visited his native town. Tho Ladles' Aid was entertained by Mrs. H. W. Spooner Wednesday. Miss Cora Mitchell of St. Albans Is the guest of Mrs. Clark. Mrs. Cunningham of Mos ton Is the guest of Mrs. C. H. Marshall. HANCOCK. Arthur Robinson entertained two friends from Potsdam and bis sister part of last week. Samuel Turt lias, finished work In Robinson's mill and gone home to Mont poller. Mr. Charles Persons of Chicago visited her obi friend and neighbor, Mrs. Klta Martin, the tlrst of the week. Ml?s Kate McNeil of New Haven Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Ross noodyear. The "Olive Mranch" will meet Wednesday, July 31, with Mrs. F.thel Stockwell. Lloyd Church Is at work in Rochester. GRANVILLE. Henry Riley hn.s rented the house va cated by Verlon Wood at the Corner. A daughter was born July 20 to Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Dumas. Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Riley wore In East Warren Sunday to vMt Mrs. Fred FUlot.-Allan Lamb is visiting his daughter, Mrs. I. fi, Sar geant. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford K. Mllss. Miss Lillian Hubbard and N. Leroy Moyc" of Wiltsfleld wore In Mralntroe Friday. Verlon Wood has bought Isaac Sawyer's farm and moved his family there Monday. 15, N. Hctw-nway was in Moton last week and purchased an automobile. Mrs. Kllen Mread of Mrandon visited her sis ter, Mrs. Heft Moyd, last week. Franklin Amy, an old resident, died Jnty 111 nt the homo of his son, Wesley. The funer.U was held Thursday, the Rev. Mr. Smith of Rochester officiating. Mr. and Mrs. !. Sargeont of Paterson, N. J., are In town for the summer. Mr and lir.i, Charles Chamberlain and daughter, Zon, of Rochester werre at the Central House Saturday and Sunday. CALEDONIA COUNTY. HARDWICK. Mr. and Mr. J. O, I-aJoy of Olenslde avenue entertained Mr. and Mrs. Coe of West Murlte for a few days. Mls Laxluo MoDonald of Qulncy ,Mnss., Is pissing .i few weeks at the home of Mr. anil Mrs. W. M. Donald. Mm. A. C. Smith Is visit ing In Montpellcr for a few days. Ouy Knapp of New Haven, Conn., Is visiting In town. Mrs, C. F. Davis and her sister, Mary Haines, of Mellows Falls, tcturnod Saturday from a visit In Waterbttry. Miss Freda Prince wild has been visiting her fa ther in Cambridge, has loturnori home. Ned Mack, who spent a week's vacation with his parentt hero and at Ca.splan lake, returned Saturday to Wllnilnetou, Del., where ho Is employed. Mrs. Kolloy and daughter, Dorothy, of Trenton, N. J., has been visiting In town. J. V. D.infortli's Sunday whool class served lc cream nnd cake Wednesday evening on the lawn In front of tho Congregational Church. Tho proceeds will go toward the pipe or gan. Mr. and Mrs. J.. W. Noble havo been visiting at Isl.ttld IMnd. Their daughter, Aluilra, remained for a longer stay and they were, accompanied homo by Mrs. FIe-her, Mrs. Noble's mother, who will visit hero for n while. Miss Mary .Michael resumed work In tho Kank Monday morning after a week's vacation, Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Clemens havo re turned ftom their wedding trip of several weeks In Massachusetts, CHITTENDEN COUNTY, WLNOOSKL Patrick Harron died late Wednesday evening at tho Fanny Allen hospital of blood poisoning. A few weeks nso .Mr, Matron had tho thumb of his right hand cut off while at wotk In tho woolen mills, Tho wound bocatno inferred nml he wns taken to tho hospital for treatment but blood poisoning set In and caused death. Mrs. Kllza Martin, wife of Otitavo Droulctte, died early Sunday morning nt lier Jioniy da East AUca ulroct after an Illness of ono week with a complication of diseases Incident to old age. Mrs. Diiiuletto was born In Quebec SO years ago and after tho death of her first hus band 1C years ago sho whs married to Octave Droulotte and since that time had made her homo In this village, She Is survived by her husband, who Is over DO, and a daughter, Mrs. Deletna Pralt. The funeral wan held nt St. Frn.ncls Xavlerl'liurch Monday afternoon nt two o'clock with Interment In St. Francis cemetery. A quiet wedding was solemnized nt St. Francis Xuvler Church Sunday even ing when Miss Kmina Mao Smith was married to (icorge S. Lemnlro. Tho ceremony was performed nt six o'clock by the Mcv. J. F. Audet In the presen -e of n few Invited friends and relatives. The groom was attended by his father, Frank X. Lamalre, while the hrldo was given In marriage by Alonzn St. John. Following the oorotnony, the bridal party repaired to the hotr.o of tho grooms' pnrents on Lcclalr street where a wedding supper was served. The bride was the recipient of a large number of benutlful presents. Mr. nnd Mrs. Lemnlre will make their home, for a lime with his parents. A pretty summer wedding was sol emnized nl St. Francis Xnvler Church 'Monday morning when Miss Anna. diiiiBhter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mon geon of Forest street, became the bride of Alfred Joinlreau of Frederick, Can ada. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. J. F. Audet In the presence of a large gathering of frl'tids nnd lelutlves. The brldo wns becomingly gowned in a creation of white mullo with hat to match. Following the ceremony n wedding breakfast was served at the homo of the bride's par ents. Mr. and Mtf'Ttnn'dreau left on tho 0:20 train for a wedding trip to Canadian points nfter which they will make their home In Frederick, Can ada. Twelve sheep owned by Clark Rood of the Malletts bay road were killed by dog a few days ntfo. The selectmen worn notified and visited tho farm where they found the carcasses of the twelve sheep badly torn. It Is understood tint the owners of the dog.s are known and prosecutions wll! follow. Alfred Mednrd of St. Peter tr-et Is con fined to tho house hy Illness SOUTH BURLINGTON A very pretty home wedding took place Mromley Morula;,, July 22, wh. n their only at the residence of Mr. a-d Mrs. In diushter, Charity Melle, was united !n m.irr'age to William Henry II- ath by the Mev. c. J. Staples, p.istor of in- 1'nll.irlan Chuieh in Murllngton. The ring service was ued. Miss flattie Heath wns Inkles maid and Charles Heath best man. Miss Dottle Story played the wedding march on the organ. The houe wis tastefully decorated with ferns and dais ies. Mefreshments were served by M,i Orlnda Tllley, Hattle Heat . and Mrs. Fannie Tilley. dirrctly after the cere mony. The gifts were valuable and ap propriate Including furniture, lamps, sil ver and linen, also $50 In gold. Among thos,- from out of town wtrt Mr. and Mrs. Chnilejs Smith of Westport, X. Y., Mr. and Mrs. Mron Shaw and daughter of Colchester, Mr. and Mrs. C. I. Slater and Mr. and Mrs. Geo-ge Taft of Fssex Junc tion, Hlmer Taft of Wlll'ston and Mrs. Mj ra Degree and two sons , .. llluosburgh. An unusual feat'. re about this wedding is that It occurred on the i'.th anniversary of the bride's pan its, who were also re membered hy their friend? with many nice presents anil l-st wishes. Mail Car rier Aldrlch Is taking" a. 15 da' ' vacation and Substitute Mishnp Is delivering the mall on route No. 1. Mrs. Flora Islnm i has returned front Franklin, where she has been to help rate for l.er diughtor, Mrs. Iyottle Prat" w-.io his i little son. Mrs. Alice Platk-i has a flass of little g.rls taking less,, is on the piano. Miss Turner of lllon, N Y , is g icst at Krnest MiU'rnu's. Fred Line will .-non go to the Queen City Cotton mill to r iu the engine at that place. Mr .j. n. j mi. who has been quite ill, 1J .n rrovlnc. "WEST BOLTON. Mrs Lomlra Stnoter and Ornce and Victor Mlxby of Last H irre aro visit ing' Mrs. A. N Tnmlltison. Mr. and Mrs. F. P. 1-Znnls and child of Water bury were guests of Mrs. (. A. Pease last week. Mrs. N M. Hall nnd daugh ter, Mornle. have gon to Hamilton, Ohio., for the suinmer Mrs. Maurl-'o Marvin of Montpollor. who has been visiting her slst. r. Mis. Fred .Macon, hns returned to her home. JERICHO. All the buildinc- on t' - faim owned by the Splaln brother-- and recently vacated by tlmn were bmi.d t-- the ground Fri day evening. The origin of the tire is un known, when dis. -iereil one of the barns was binning. Tic bu Mings were in sured. Mrs. Reuben Dli kerson of Fnder- hlll has been vU'i A son was inn i Nay, July 13. Mr--Hthel Osbouine -.g her son, Alec Ito. to Mr. nnd Mrs. J. D. N'ly was formerly Miss Mrs. Mernlce Marcher and daughter, I". visitors at L. c Rood, who rece-i" birthday, Is not , . Maims of Marling is!e, of Fletcher are Rice's. Mrs. I-nura v celeb!. ( tod her S2nd. well. - Miss Lllon Me nu .s lilting her sls- tor, Mrs. Willi, in Cliesmore.-Miss Hazel Woods of Htsex Junction Is the guest of Ada Curtis. Mi- M. V. Wllllard came Friday from Add m, -when- she has been visiting her dauitVer, Mrs. Frank Castle, for several ori Mrs, Charles Holly and sons return i! Friday ftom a week's visit In Hardwl. k -Mrs. II. W. P.ickaid Is at Malletts families of F. Center and F oe piping with the Ransimu of Jericho Hall of F,sox Juiic- Hon. Mrs. J. II Conn., was t' Hemlngton the p , has returned to Warren Mrlglinni Co-.klln of 11 ail ford, guest of Mis. M M. t wek.- W F MatKon New Haven, Conn, has purchased the Charles Packard place which adjoins the Mrlcham farm. Stephen Myotic was at home over Sun- day from Kss, .lur.ct'on.--Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nay wore Suujy.--Mis H,, and Mis.s Mend, . at M. (. Mron n s over we ami daughter, Alice, son of Mutllngton hao Howf's guests for sev Jvdli.i Perelval and boon Miss Inu' (nil days.-Mrs duighter. Mrs Frank Fvaiis, have been In St. Albans and Ceorgla visiting n-l.i tlves. Mrs. M J pieivn of Murllngton accompanied hi her sister, Mrs. Susan Mlcknell ot ('Hugo were guests Monda of Mrs. Pierce's daughter. Mrs. Frederick Perelval. Mrs IMorco. Mrs. Mlcknell and another sister. Mrs. Anna Stone of Mur llngton will so,,,, to Moston tn visit Mrs. Stone's d.iuKhtor, Mrs. Watson C, In. Miss M j rile Irish Is In Fssex Junc tion nt tho hoiii,. of Fcidlnand Mctiinnls, James McLnii,. wm soon engage in tlio meat business Several f lh neighbors of M, 1). MatUmoro mot at his farm this week mid did hi haying Mr- Muttlnioro Is still sorlouMv 111 of Mrlghl's disease. Mr. nun .mis . jn, kson and iI.hirIi tor and Mr. and Mrs C S. 1'leM worn In town Sunday -Patk II. Mrown, M. F. I), carrier. Is Uking a l!i days' vacallon., Raymond IVn-lvnl letiinied to llurlliiK tou Wednesday ,ift,.r H iinlt lo his grand mother, Mrs KU,.,, vrclval Mrs. Muike Mrown, who hn.s bi' ii snrlounly 111 of heart Irouhl.- ,., uinro c -mfoi table Mis, (ieorgo HunticKH and ilaus IiIt havo gone to their home In (v,, n-mr after a vIhK VqUxt Uojiio.V-Air, AVi nl iiurlluK ton was si visitor nt Dr. Hulburd's Tues day, Miss Jane Hand of Murllngton cume Tuesday for a week's visit with Miss Myrtle Alger, Mrs. Alien of Ksox Junc tion Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Charles OslKinntc The Woman's Home Mission ary society will serve Ice cream on thn lawn of O. H. Mrown Saturday evening from seven until nlno o'clock, HUNTINGTON. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Fargo, Mrs. J. S. Sweet and F. W. Johnson and family wero In Murllngton Inst week. Mr. and Mrs. William Cleveland and and sou Roy, visited their daughter's, Mrs. Konyon and Mrs. Norton, over Sun. day. Mrs. J. S. Sweet Is entertaining her sister, Mrs. lllranit Mrenslle, who bus licon ttavellng the past two years for tho benellt of her health. Tho King's Daughters will Im entertained by Mrs. 11. M. Norton July 31 The Mission Study class will meet at the home of Mrs Kato Mosjs Friday ovenlng. Dr. and Mrs. F. D. Falby went to Monk ton Sunday to visit friends, returning Monday. Mrs. H. A. Fuller and son, Ira, are In Monktnn for a few days. - Mr. nnd Mrs, W. AY. Men way are nt home from New Haven for a short slay. Mrs. Fred llllt of Starks boro and Mrs. Sidney Sayles of Spring licld, Mass., called on Mrs. Jcsslo Norton Fi lduy. Charles Smith, .son of Mr, nnd Mrs. fleorge Smith, fell from the barn Motidy rendering himself unconscious. The sudden dentil of Mrs. Hliuer Plcrco of Molton conin n a great shock to tho community hero where she wns held In the highest esteem by many friends. She w is born In this place, the daughter of .Mr. and Mrs. J. M. C.lllott. Her life haI been passed hero with the exception of thn past few years she had lived In Molton. The funeral took place here Sundiy afternoon. She leaves besides her husband, father ajid mother, two brothers, Ilert nnd Clinton Clllott and ono sister, Mrs. W. H. (illlett, all of this place. The Ladles' Auxiliary will serve Ico cream at the S, of V. hall Saturday evening. There will bn dancing from nlno to eleven. Mrs. Clarence Kenyon and two children returned to Colchester Run day with her parents. Charles Smith, who recently fell In the barn, Is Improv ing. The condition of John Carpenter re mains about the same. WESTFORD. Lightning killed two h'lfers belonging to C. IJ. Paige Wednesday and during tin- storm Saturday evening It struck W. W. Wart en's burn killing two of his cows. During the same storm lightning struck A. ft. Castle's granary. II. V. Melden paid ?l.0 per hundred for June milk anil Mrown's Miver creamery paid the Mine price. Clifford Mates, a son of Hdward Mates, j visiting Mr. and Mrs. Z. II Muggles. Miss HIIm. Allen and Mrs. J. K. Allen are pissing the week In Northlleld, Mass., attending the sum mer school ot Sunday school methods. rfilLTON- Tho storm Saturday afternoon caused a good deal of d.miaRe In this town. Lightning struck the barn of Peter Smith In the west part ot the town, burning It together with 12 to 13 tons of hay and all his farming Implements. It also struck the house of Miss Clara Mrown In the village going down tlm chimney, Injuring the kitchen stove and doing some other daniORe. It nlso struck the barn of Mo'bert Mich, north of the village, knocking out one ot the corner posts and splintering up the Mil. Travelling Superintendent Riley of tho International Paper Co., wltlTh's daugli- tor passed Sunday In town. Miss .lennlii Allen of New York city, a former resident of this place, has been passing Mew days in town. Arthur Phelps, who was badly cut by a mowlnir machine la.-t week, is doing nicely and if he con tinues tn improve will Jie moved this week to his home. Miss Flora Lyon of St. Albans Is visiting his sister, Mrs. II. H. Meemaii. Mrs. Julia Hall of South Heto is at her brother's, H It. Fuller. J. A. Kenneci" hns sold his handjonio cre.nu colored horse to pirtles in Platts-bursh- Miss Sadie Tillot.-on of t'nder- hlll passed Sunday m town. William Clark of Andover, Mass., Is passing his vacation here and In Georgia, Mr. and Mrs. Clark Phelps havo returned to their home In-- Chicago after several weeks with bis parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. CI. Phelps. Mrs. Fred Webster and little son of Swanton passed Sunday with hr parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Iladlcy. WEST MILTON. Mrs, C,. W. Granger entertained her sister, Mrs. C. W. Witters and Miss Nellie Ashley of St. Albans, and her cousin, Mrs. Harley from Ohio, Thurs day to Saturday. Mildred Mlake passed last week at William Mlake's camp at tho lake. Mrs, Martha Fllnn, who passed last week .with friends here, returned home Sunday. Frank Poiyca, a young man from Now York State employed by F. V.. Mlake, while in bathing Sunday came near being drown, He Is unahlo to swim and waded In too far. Oliver Cameron, who was battling several rods away, reached Poryea a.s lie was disappearing for tlio third time and succeeded In getting him out. He was pretty far gone but camo out ot it all right. Mrs, Fllnn went home Sunday night. -Mrs. Frank Kay and daughter, Helen, of Miooklyn, N. Y., mint last week to pass the summer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S, T. Derrick, who nn both very feeble. Ardell Sibley and a friend irom Marro are passing the week nt Edwin Sibley's. - Mr. nnd Mrs. Isaac Howard attended the funeral of his grandmother, Mrs, Sitnuol Howard, at the vlllaeo Thursday. Mrs. A. A. Derrick frotn the village and her mint. Mrs. Ixine, from Minneapolis called on friends here Tues day. -Wild raspberries are plentiful and selling at ten cents tbo quart. HINESBURGH. Henry Murray n ml M.itvus Hull are camping nt Like Iroipiols Miss Mcsslo Peck of Murllngton Is tli guest of Miss (Ir.icn Marker -Mrs, Timothy Dcgre of Mutland Is III at the homo of her -on, Timothy.- Mrs May Tilley Is at the Mary Fletcher hospital for treatment -During the thunderstorm of Saturday afternoon, lightning struck and splintered the big elm tree near the blacksmith simp at Me ch.inlc.svlllc Miss Minnie PcgToe of Mut land In town. The Rev. V.. Clreen leaf of Shrewsbury preached at tho Map lift Church Sunday. Dr. C. 13, Merrlam of Randolph Is passing a fow days with his ninny friends In town. Mrs. Leonard An drews has gone to Thompson's point for a few weks. Tho electrical storm Saturday, although very severe, did no serious dammre In this town. Farmers frnd It dlfllcult to obtain help for haying. Several from this town will take In the oxcurslop to St. Al bans bay Friday Mr, and Mrs. Oeorgo Mart In of Murllngton wero at 13. O. Mnrllll's Tuesday. Mrs, Fred Colo limn, who In at tho Mary Ffetcher hos pital was ijiilte cotnfortnhle Monday. Miss Anna Mlssnnetlo hns been trans ferrcd to tho Mrlstol telephone olllco nnd Miss Rocke of Cliarlottfl has tnk'n her place here. Hdwln Prliidln In jured his fool Tuesdny by falling on - Jbo W at bin mill in tlio. Ilollow. RICHMOND. Tho gnmo of ball played here Satur day between the A. O. H. of Harro and the A, O. It. of tills place resulted In favor of the homo team, fi to 8. Mr, nnd Mrs. Dana LaPoInt of Murllngton wero guests of Mr. and Mrs. Peter La- rock over Sunday. Tho funeral of IfOnry Call, Jr., was held nt his Into home Saturday nfternoon, the Hev. B, P. Trent nfflclntln. The bearers wero Fred Mrassor, William Anderson, Ford Flngg, Daniel Ilenlny, Osrar tflrlch nnd Fred Fields. Interment wns In the old cemetery. Miss Nelllo Call of Moston, Mass., Is called hero by the death of her brother. James Mcl.nnn and daughter of Jorloho wero tho guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Cliirenco Morgan Satur day. Misses Anna Sharkey, Joslo Klr by, Cora Mrassor nmLMrs. Nathan Johnson wero In WntnJR'ry Saturday. Miss Daisy Pettlono has finished her work In Mrlstol and Is horn with her mother, Mrs. ICatherlno I'ottlbonR. Miss Ida Mushnell of Wllllstnn Is vln'.t- Ing In town. Miss Hdna Pcttlbone was In Mitrlliigtnn Saturday. Tho intirrlage of Miss Julia Parent nnd Arthur Rivers took placo at the Church of Our Lndy of the Holy Ito sary Monday morning at soven o'clock. Miss Rivers ot Montreal, a sister ot the groom, was maid nt honor and 13d inund parent, best mnn. The happy pair left amid a shower of rice for a short wedding trip to Cannda. Miss Ida fJreon of flssox Is tho guest of relntlves In town. Miss son tins returned from with her sister, Mrs. M, Murllngton. Miss Daisy Martin Olea- a short stay O. Lenry, In Pcttlbone of Mrlstol is visiting her mother and sis ter. Tho Mev. A. J. C.lynn loft Tues day for New York where ho will pass a month's vacation with his brother. I. S. Maker and family have, returned tn Peeksklll, N. Y. George Palmer hns returned from a week's stay with his daughter, Mrs. Deerlng, In South Moynlton. Mrs. I,. A. .Johnson Is seriously 111. Dr. H. If. Seeloy Is pass ing a few days In Fair Hnvon. Mrs. Sarah Russell of Murllngton was lu town Tuesday. MJss F.va fJloason of Ttur'.mston is the guest of Mrs. Sarah SayU-s. Mrs. Frank Mamum of Wllliston Is visiting In town. The Hiv. P. J. O'Nell of North Held was n visitor In town yesterday. Russell Lynch was In Montpollor Tues day. At the Congregational Church Sun day, the pastor will In the morning speak on "Th IJfe Giving Life." In the even ing H. W. Firman of U.ik Park, III., will speak on work among the Chinese In Chicago in which he has a part. Tho Aid frcle of King's Daughters will meet Friday afternoon In tho vestry ot the Congregational Church. ESSEX CENTER. The Rev. George V .Meocher of Glouces ter, Mass , will preach in the Maptlst Church at Kssex Center Sunday, July 2S, at 10:t." n. m. Miss Doha Saborn of Norwich, Conn., Miss Haiti" Lavllle of St. Albans, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Yandow of Hsstx Junc tion and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Moso of Wlnooskl were guests of Mr. and Mis. A. L. Dorr Sunday. The fi lends of Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Ransom gave tlutn a re ception Friday evening. Mrown River croamery paid for four per cent, milk J1.04; Johnson, $1.04. UNDERHILL. C. V'. Smith arrived here Mondaj- morn ing with his Invulld mother. Haying Is being pushed these days with prospects of . fair crop. Other crops are very late. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Knight of West Chester, Pa., who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Knight the past week, havo gone to Hollows Falls to visit friends before returning to their home. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Mead of Incaster, Mass., are visiting In town. Mr. and Mrs. Muel Day are entertain ing friends from New York city. The entertainment given at G. A. R. hall Saturday evening by the Misses Kala han, Kngels, Scott, Lincoln and Men nett was very good indeed for ama teurs. Mr. nnd Mrs Fred Meemnn and sou of Murllngton passed a few days the past week with Mr and Mrs. H. C. Mead. Mrs. Walter Grace passed Sun day with her parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. W. Kdwnrds. Miss Madeline Schr oig Is entertaining friends from New- York city. Charles Scrlhner and fam ily nnd Homer Rockwnod and family are In camp at Camp Mnrtaln, Milton. UNDERHILL CENTER. Ci. A. Terrlll returned from Morrisvillc. Saturday night. Twins, a boy and a girl, wero born to Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Green last week. The girl lived only a few hours. The C. F. Eddy creamery paid $1.01 per hundred for Juno standard milk. Mlshop Mlchaud of Hurllncton ad ministered contlmatlon to a class of 60 children nt St. Thomas's Church July H -Miss I.lzzle Mreen and Mrs. Charles Lo Clair of Mane came Saturday to visit Mrs. Matthew Casev. their sister Mrs. Julia f.McGee) F,uiery of Meatrice, Neb., s visiting her mother, Mrs. Mrld get McGee. Mrs, Hnzen of Notth Hero Is passing n few days with her daugh ter, Mrs. Alston L. Fogg, -who has been nulte 111. -Deputy Sheriff and Mrs. Charles 13. Qulun of Murllngton were at 13. W. Qulnn's the greater part of last wok. Michael Loddv has his new house well under way. B. C. Coleman has Im proved his farm barn, by building an addition. -K. C. Ross of Morrisvillc Is passing a few days with his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs, T. C. Moss. -Frank Wall is at home on n visit from Lynn, Mass Mrs. Dean of Freport. Ml.. Is visiting at lyoonard Mrush's.-C. 13. Mlakely of Marro has been passing a few days with his mother, Mrs. Harriet Mlxbv.--H. M. Carr has returned from a week's visit lp Mooers Forks, N. ".-Sadie Tdlot.son passed last week with friends In Milton. -C. G. Terrlll. travelling salesman for a Murllngton firm, ks at home for a few ,i.,vs The hav cron on an average Is lighter than In former years, HUNTINGTON CENTER. Miss Mildred Tart of South Starkshoro Is visiting relatives In town. Several of the ;,oung friends of Miss Muth Andrews mot at her homo Monday afternoon, the occasion being her 13th birthday. Ice cream nnd cake wero served. Ua and Henry Sweet aunt, Mrs. V. of Lincoln visited their It. Sargent, Saturday and Sunday. Robert Hlgley visiting his uncle, of Moston, Mass., Is Fred Higley and other relatives. .Miss Joste Gorton and Allen Thompson were married In Bristol last week. Miss Mary Wood Atkins of Lin coln vlHlted nt Henry Russell's last week. Mrs. Olive Mrewster returned Saturday frotn .Ibhnson after several woeks with her parents. COLCHESTER, A, M. Whooler, who hns been very HI, is recovering. The Hov, nnd Mrs, David son and little son of East Charlotto aro visiting friends In town. Mrs. Harry Mlludln bocatno violently 111 Monday with appendicitis nnd was taken to tho Fanny Alien hospital to lie operated upon. Miss Gerllo Smith Is at home from Clareniont, V It , for a vacation Mr. nnd Mrs. O. N. Wright, Mr and Mrs. Charles Wlilght , nnd Mr nnd Mrs, C, W. Wright have cona ,to AJburifb for tew dws ESSEX JUNCTION Tho Maptlst Young People's Unions of Murllnirtoti nnd this village will havo tin excursion .Friday on tho stoatner Tieonderoga to St. Albans hay. Mr. and Mrs. 13. W Post returned sat. urday from it week's visit In Motion. Mrs, Kvan Thotnai went Saturday to West Falrleo, where she will visit her mother, Mrs. T. G, Simpson, for a fow wetki. William M. Johnson & Son, proprietors of Iike Ohnmpbilii creamery, jald r ir standard milk for tho month of Ju $1.04, and for cream Jl.M. The M. V. P. L"s oM-ursion on ' steamer Tl ondorogn wll! take p. L Friday, tho boat leaving tlm wharf a' Murlltigton nt nine o'clock in tho m-' n Ing. Those Intending lo go should tik"? tha 7;."iU car from this place. Ti'k-t. , q on salo at the store of Oeorg t, n .her. A certain porcontn.ge Is nl'ow ,n each ticket sold, tho same to appV to parsonage fund. At "Overlook." the farm home of Mr and Mrs. David M. Ilnblnson. weir fathered Tuesday the sons and daughters of Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Moblmon, formerlv of Westford, now deceased. There we " present: Mr. and Mrs. J. Robinson t' Portland, Ore.; Mr. and M's J M, Hoblnson and son, David, of RwaH i , Mr. and Mrs. Howard Oronia nnd d.m tr, Dorothy, of Swanton; Mr. nnd M Matirlei, of Westford; Mrs. A D. C'ark and daughter, Malda, of Cambridge 1 Hon. A. C. Robinson ot Clovcrdale a 1 Miss Fannie Flske of Worcistrr, Mri, , cousin of tlio family, were also presr These reunions hnvo long Ik en a p.'"a ocoaslon In earli year. After tbo r' lunch, from a thowor tree, vili 1 t been erected In th parlor, glf's a I souvenirs were distributed nnd r--memberanccs exchanged. After d m-mr which was served at five o'cln k, t evening -was passed socially, wit . music and games for tho chlldron. EAST CHARLOTTE. MIsm May Varny Is at homo from i i school In rMlartelphia .Mr. and Mrs, Henry Jacobs ami daughter of Burl ngt in, who havo been visiting relative In town, have returned home 13. H Converse . passing somo tlmo in Murl ngton. Tin Young People's union will nuet Saturday evening at the home of Miss Jessie I'rt' die. Tho .Misses James of Swantin lni returned home after a brirf !- t w relatives here. Mrs. C. H. Uago of Ad' -son Is the guest of friends for a few t - n'urtnn Meers Is suffering from a s,-ra ed ankle. The Rev. R. T. I3dwards w a the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ivwe'l R. 1 for a few days last week. Tsui's Car''' tier is at homo from his work In Bast Attleboro, Mass. The Mev. R. T. Edwards left 1 si Friday for his new pastorate In Hi -Ire vlllo, N. J., after a fow days' vls't m t Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Taggart. Vt , i y Carpenter was overcome by t h while, at work in the hay field Tt urs. day and was carried Into the house It an unconscious condition. He Is slow ly recovering nnd Is able to be aho, Misses Frances and Cora Ctirk lrf Tuesday for New Mllford, Conr arc points In Massachusetts whei-o t,r are to visit relatives. Willi i jfi t rose of Hartford, Conn., who ins l.r r visiting In town, left for his hot io Fn day. While here h was the g' est Mrs. M. J. Alexander nnd 13. It f ' verse. Miss Dora Rolsslg of M-ir, i g ton was the guest of Miss Irene Pow over Sunday Mr. and Mrs. MI't n Stores returned tn their home In Mur llngton Sundny morning after spend ing three weeks with their daughter Mrs. M. J. Clark, nnd fit. illy Dr Rose Cota of Murllngton was the guest Of Mr. nnd Mrs. William Carper ter over Sunday. The Rev. nnd Mrs T' i- mas Davison nnd son w. nt to f l Chester Mondny,(or an absence rf s ernl days. Mis.s Fthel Claxtin " Tuesday morning for Troy. N. Y W 1 ne-day she will go to Phila leipl . IM , where she has a ponltlon. M irtf i Meers Is nursing ,i sprained ank'i which ho receive! Sunday morning Tn trying to stop Charles Smith's rm. away horsn, ho stepped o-, a r ri stone and severely Injured his an' n and Is now obliged to go with rruf ' - The Maptlst Sunday school S it elected the following officers S- r r Intendent, Leon D. Prln.lle rfii Miss Frances Claris: trm'irer V s Cora were Y. P. dent; Clark. The following office, s elected Sunday evening by 'Ho S. C. 13.: Gnylord Maldwln pn s the Rev. Thomas Davison, vi - president; Mrs. Carrie Prlndle, corrr -ponding- secretary; Miss Flora C'irk, secretary and treasurer Tie h and shed i oofs of C. S. Gove, D, O. Foot and F. A. Hlllson, whl-'i worn destroyed by the recent hail storn, havo been recovered with srn'a"l Iron. Miss Clara Harris refine' home Monday from a few Jn'-s' v ' with her brother. C. S. II.u-iis, , l family in Mlddlobury. and t' o Ilfi Vs. M Harris of Mridport. Arthur" s George Is at home from a two weeks visit In Mridport. Master Ma ir1 o Meers is at Thompson's Point with m-i grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. M. C Meers, for a few vlaVs. CHARLOTTE. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hi. imrf -rd V M a i' N rl fprlngtb-M, Ml., are vis Mrs. George jr. Cook Ah who has been employed at tl House. Murllngton, Is at 1 . V Alma Dean nnd son, Richard, lft T) day for Chicago and oilier wen r points. Saturday afternoon about five o'clock ono of the heaviest tlnrnl- r s1- iwers the season passed over h. rV ra' came tn torrents and the. ' t f Incessant Mrs. A. C. Det-i . Richard have gone to C'i .-if . t n family reunion. Thurs-d iv a t r pcoplo hero were terrorize 1 mobile containing two men tho south through the main strce g w i , l s- rttt 1 m h ' 'i a i ti . t w soveral comix'tent Judges estlmVed ' have been from 3.1 to 40 miles an ho ir The telephone station hero had been aske ' by Mlddlobury to try and get the tium m ot the auto. F. J. Pope Is here and Fcrrlsburgh for vacation. S. G M ish u s gone to Coatleook, P. Q , to be present t the marriage of his grandson, Howard Ixiwell. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Derold of Marl boro, N .11., aro visiting l datives In town Miss Lena Mlssonette visited In Mldd'e bun' over Sunday, Miss Joslo Wooster Is making extensive repairs on her firm building- JONESVILLE. Miss Margaret Jeannott of Murllngton 1 passing a few days with friends -Mlsa Daisy Hapgood has returned honi-after a four weeks' stay lu Wllllston R. J Ed wards rotuniM to Mellows Palls Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs, M. Matthews have return ed homo nfter a week's aibsoncn In Mel low.s Falls. Mrs, Oeorgo Hapgood ol West Molton Is tho guest ot relatives here. BOLTON. Tho funerni of Metta Tierce, wlf of Elmer Plerco and daughter of Mr, and Mrs, Madison Glllett of Hunting ton, wns hold at her late homo Sundiy afternoon at ono o'clock, the Rov Mr, YCcllofiK ot .Waterbury onielatlnir.