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VOL LXXX1I. NEW SERIES VOL. LIV.
HAPPENINGS in I. Local Iten g Paits i & ? a 9r f Interest From All he Green Moun n State. THE Nt BY COUNTIES M flu- Viiinkl Vrillej, Vlllmips .North from Hip Island In thp l.nkr In the Viissiiiupslc, Miiiic Oiler CrcrU null by the Minrox of White Illter Cm crnl by Spe cial Correspondents ADDISON COUNTY. BRISTOL. The homo of Mrs. Sophia Farr 0:1 "iis stret t was the scene Wednesday ,i i 2 at two o'clock of a very it My wedding, when her daughter, n Luirctln. was united In mrrlae i Pr Harold Lyman Williamson In Ik presence of n bilge gathering of Tlntlvrs iinil friends. Tin- oIHelatlntr irrgvtr.iti was the Itov. I. i:. I'sho-, 'i ii-nr of tin- Hapiist Church. The -emms wrri' beu ii t If u 1 ly anil nrtlstl--n 1 1 v le "iatr.1 with ground pine an.l hMlr nc-i" Tin- wedding march was p ,i 1 'm .Mrs i' 1-3. Lawrence. Spc.i r ' mi.ni'o ami Frances Fnrr. noled ii n r )ii n hearers. Tin1 bride WiH f. n . u - by h"f brother. I. P. Farr r' C i-n The nshcis wore Dr. Ed c r r tr if Ni iv Vnrlt ami Pr. II. L. t-e- II "f Mlddlebury. Congiatul.i i followed the ccrcinniiv ami ro ' merits ivi'ip fnrvnl In thr dining - .in I v the Misses Edith llrown, ' 1. Wtlght anil Jennie Sherwi.i, ii Mis Rett ha Stewart presided ovr I r pum h linv.-l. Tile many beautiful r scuts showed thr" esteem In which h mil'lp wre li'-ld The Rilcsts from -i'ii of town wre Mr. and Mrs. P. O. l-arr and daiiKblcr. 1'raie-es. of Chl- . i pi Pr 13dKar Farr and P. 13. 7'arr -if v w Vnrk, W. P. Pasgett of T'roe r P .larvls. Mrs. I! ,7. Andrews and His Churchill of HurlliiKton. MKs Mar' in Krl!oit(j of West Swanz'y, N. I Mis M J. Craves of firandoa, Mrs. 1 I- Weeks, Mrs. I.ucrctlj Pyer, Pr. anil Mrs. IT. I- Averlll nf MlddlPbnry, Dr. O A. rtuscll and Mr. and Mrs 'layton Hlcknell of Lincoln, and Miss P.cna Palmer of Waterbury. The hap p loupn- left for a short weddltif? trip af tr r which they will reside i'l Hrls tl hljrh rt hool foot ball team has been irf-'uii'zi d with Pan SarRcants, captain; A's a llris'ol, nian.'m'er; referee, Frank Ui'lic solliltliiB nianaRer, Ralph iwn Mi.-s Marion Kello'K has re turn d to Wist Swalizcy, N. It., after n week's vMt here. Mls Abbl P. .ocers of New llaen Is vlsllini; hi town. -I'atr'k (I'Neil Is faMlnir. Mrs. Charles I,j man and Mrs. Oreenleaf of Milwau kee 1 live been visitlnK Mrs. C, nlliff ham .Ii -p PpraRiie or r.vseo, -Wash. former v ,,f tbls town. Is a cuest of Ilf man I.ews. Mr. Sprasne left lure 1i M-ars iK'i W. A. Iiwrence attended tlr funeral nf -Col. Albert Fletcher In Ml ldli bury S.iturilav. Mr. and Mrs Ar'tiur Jin ribs of New Haven. visited lien Friday and K.ituiday. A younff men s Sunday, under the leadership ol the C'-rlstl.m Ilmle.ivor will ba held letr.brr 11 Seveial outside speakers are rxin rted.-Itliler and Traeey on I'rlme II ' are puttlnc; In lf rods rif new Iron wi't i' ie. About of the friends of Mi' p.i-y l'ettlbone .Iiieobs nave her a kit hen shower at the home of Mrs. Levi n.ites Friday evenlmr. Mrs. M. J, Trivis and daughter, K'.lzabeth, return d 'o their home In lirandon Saturday. Piirwood IMrmlee show n HubhJid I i.-i ! that weighs SO pounds. Olln It' i' r .f dran.l Isle, l vlsltlnn friends Irr Siineel IVirnnrd died at his home nn yap'" ;tinl Friday nlRht after an lib r s ,f spv .ra months. Tie was a ve ra n f the civil War, servhu; In Cn. A S'.xMi Vermont reKlment. He leaves two ns, Walter and Jeffers-on Harnard, nnd oni daimbter. Mrs. j, Handlou. Tur fnnr-ral was laid at the house Monday at two o'clock. The burial wis In Lincoln. W. W. Hatc'i nnd II S Hasseltlne will pl'iy for a minstrel enter'alnmi-nt In Mlddlidiury, Oct. 10, 11 Pr and Mis. A. M. Norton are lionm from Hoston. Hutter brought from to P0 cms a pound, and pkkh it cents a rtizin n the local market Saturday Wil liam Mi Var and P. M. Layne nie bulld InK nrw barns. The Itev. 'Wllllam Mil ler tl e pew nastor of the Congregation al Chur' h. bec.in Ills work here Sun rlav Pr. F. T. lirlws Is 111. 0 I Colby has leased his farm to Joseph flarrow and rented H. T Peek's house on Fast street In the vlllaf;e. The rh.ini.Ts will bo inado about November 1st Miss Marv Alden, who has been 1sltlnp Mrs. Frank JJlnncliard, has re turned tn her home In VerKcnnes, Cards are out announcing the marrliR" Urs. Scott fi. Hoyce, to Frederick How of Florence Iles&ie, dauKhter of Mr. nnd nrd firva.it, Oetnlier 2. at Mountain View, N" Y.- Miss Clara Punshon Is nt lendlntr a school of stenography In Bos ton, Leon Larock of Hartford, Conn,, Is vlsl'lntr Ids parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Laroi k, nnd other relatl ves. Qeor;e TJIIott of Oxford, Iowa, Is vlsltlns liVue find In Lincoln. Mrs. Mandana Dlkn died at the home nf Mr. and Mrs, C, W Norton on ICast street Sunday. Shu hud hppii In poor health for a lnm; tlmo, The funeral was held from tho house Tursday afternoon at 1 o'clock, with tinriai in ureenwoou ceinetery. Her use was S7 years. M. P. Varney has been 111 for two weeks, was at his place, of business Monday. The funeral of Sam nrl Harnard was held from Mb late home Monday afternoon, The Itev, AV, 8. nezanson officiate il. The beaiets ware Jefferson Harnard, AVultor Harnnrd, OenrRo narnard and J. A. Handlon, The remains were taken to Lincoln for burial, -Sen-lees under the. direction of the Y, M C, A. of Vermont will be held next Sunday mornlnK In the rtlfferent cpurnluut, Jk. roefitlni' i" n n-iU Ua VERMON lii'M In Holly Hall at three o'clock anil at tho mi nn hour diip for boys In the Advent Church. A imlnn service will bp held In Hie Methodist Church Sunday c cnlng. Mts. E. W. Rlrd nf Scuttle. Wash., Is a guest of Mr. ami Mrs. (!. W. Smnll. F.vero 1'. Roberts, who illril in Glens Falls recently, was a former tesldent nf this town. TIip morning altis for New llavi'ii Junction now leave hotp at s:nS ami 11::'.", Instead of :15 anil 11 :3d. Mr". Allcp Graves of Knrrlhurfth Is the quest nf Mr. ami Mrs. II. II. Allen. In-. Hdnar Tan- ami D. II. Farr have returned to New York. W. I. Daggett mil family have returned to I'roetor. Joseph Trmlo, who hail his. log- htoUen hy the kick of n horse nine weeks iiro, Is able to got aroiiml nn erutches. yewell Hai-f.'cantn of Richmond was In town Momlay The funeral of Mrs. M.-inndaiui IHUp was helil from the res idence of Mr. anil Mrs. (,'. A". Norton Tnesilnv afternoon. The Rev. Frank Fletcher, tin. pastor of the Methodist Church, otllelnteil. Thp bearers were four grandsons of the ilecpaspil, A. M. Norton. K C. Norton. Ira Norton anil Reuben Norton. 12. W. Varney ha-1 clinrRO. The liurlal waa In Oteenwoni! ceii-etPi v.- S It. F.irr, 13, W. Shattiick mil W. .1. Nash vere In nurlliiBton Monday. A. II. M irray has sold his meat business to (Ipoi-kp Deloiif; and Charles l,afayette. The class of 'Ofl, 11. II. S, havi' oruanced a basket ball team with the following olllcers: Uay Ilasklns, prpslib-nt; plarjorlo IMniunds, vlee-pri'slilent ; Kllcn Sweet, treasur ers; ('.race l'ollard, seerpfary. Rollln M. Carl has none to the Mnry Fletclp.T hospital for tteatnu-nt. for his eyes. Mrs. Ituth Itolicrts .of Shelhurne, and Ira nnd Reuben J-'orton of Ittitland, arc In town, called here by thu death of Mrs. Mandana Iilke.. MTDDI.EBUTT7. Invitatio.is have been received here for the m.ini.iRC of llcurpe H. Wales of Washington, P. (', ,vil Miss Josephine Itrooks Abdl at tile Church of the Ileilei mer S'nliiidiy October 12. Mr. ales Is n Mlilrllt-iry boy, Rraduated firxn collrge in studied law in WashlnKton and foi several years has been one of the civil service examiners. Mrs. James llowkcr, who has been 111 for the past year, passed away very suddenly Sunday utternoon at her homo on Seminar stree; from heart dlsea.-e. She was i.O yiars of age and Is survived by a husbrwiil. one daughter, Mrs. Walter May of Plttsfonl, v.bo arrived at the side of her mothi.r only n few minutes beforo her death, and a - ,,. James Howker. of New Mexico, who only recently returned to his home In tl,t State, after spend ing several weeks acre with his parents, and by two brothers, William and John ICInwortliy of th's village. The funeral was held from h. r late home Tuesday afternoon at 2:a o'clock. The Hev. Ororgp It. Stair ofllclatcd and the burial was in the family lot In the West cemetery. Carlton Sumner, who was arT.-tcd by Deputy Sheriff Cobb Saturday evenlnfr and placed In the county J. ill, was taken beforp Justice A. W. Pickens Monday morning and pleaded guilty to the charge of Intoxication. He was fined the usual amount, hut be signed the pledge and was let off by pay ing the costs of $i'. 10. The Century club met with Mrs. Sol. Aimes Wed nesday evening. On Monday, market day, eggs brought 2S cents and butter 2.'i i to 27 cents. The cattle shipment from this section Monday consisted of live carloads of cows, calves and hogs for the New York and Brighton maikcts. There was a tiemendous downpour of rain throughout this section Mondav night and Tuesday fornniion and the streets were running with w.itet. Otter creek Is now much higher than It has been at any tii e before sinco last spring. Mr. nnd Mrs, Auselnio of Montevideo, South America, are at the Addison House. He Is In search nf high blooded miiino sheep, Isaac Shapiio and his two suns, Dr.-. Id and Ib-my, have returned from New York. The Home Circle of thu Meth odist Church held a largely attended meeting with Mrs. W. II. Washhurne TucMlay afterniKin Mr. and Mrs. otto Phelps Moore have issued invitations for the marriage 0 tln'ir daughter, I3llen Pelle, to Merntt Cleveland lane on the evening rir J uesciay. Oclotier 22, at e-.ght o'clock at the Methudist ICplseop i) Church. Miss Sadie Watson, who passed the summer tn Pennington, has leturned to her home in Fast Muldlehury, and Fos ter (Jroves of Albany, N. Y., who has been Miss Watson's guest during the past week, has returned tn Alh.inv. Mrs. Charles McKyrlher of P.utl.md Is visiting Mrs. Walter J. Hose, who was quite ill for a few days last Week. --Ch.il Irs Sears has been appointed pit boss on the new- pulp mill road. Somo of the young friends of Miss Pell Douglas gave her a birthday hop In the Masonic h ill Tuesday evening. The fall delivery of apples at the railroad station from the surrounding towns has begun In earnest The quantity of apples will be less and the quality poorer than usual, hut prices will aver age higher. From $2..r0 to J4 per barrel Is being paid at this time with a prospect of higher figures later. (leorgo Foster of Albany, N. V., has returned to that citv nfter having been the guest of Miss Fm ma Lafarrler In Fast Mlddlebui y Wil liam P. Pussell Circle, No. f,, Ladies of the flrand Army, held a largely attended meeting Tuesday evening In their hall.- An important business meeting of Addi son encampment, I. O. O. v., will be held In their hall in tho Dyer block Monday evinlng nM, Fred Whlttimore nnd Mrs. Jerry Mor gan, who were arrested by Sheriff Cobb u few days ago and who ' ave been con fined In the county Jail on a charge of adultery, were taken beiore JustPo A. W Dickens eUpSlay evening, Iloth were bound up for the December term of court and bal was fixed at IK), which has not been sreured. Mrs. M. A. Mini roe has returned from a six weeks' stay In Hirtford, Conn., nd New York city, VERGBNKES. The Statn railroad criminllonrri who somo tlm" ago ordeied that the two grade crossings at the VerBennea station should hn eliminated and nn underpass substituted have decided upon the north pass as tho most desirable of the two routes proposed to theu. The proposed pass s to be located qultn a distance north of the present crossing. The high way after crossing the railroad tracks would extend through land owned by tho Henry T. liooth estate and Join main road to Feirlsburgh probably Just beyond tho residence nf Frank Dartt. Tim underpass and other necessary work are oidcret! to bo mado this fall, The rullroad Is ordered to pay C9 per cent, of the cost the Stnto 25 per cent, and tlm city of Vejrgnnne.3 six por cent. The citimatcd loit at Xho under Pass Is $10,- BURLING TON. VT., THURSDAY, Tr.n.TO. Tbls does not Include land dnmace, pstlmalcil at Jl.lK'rt. About 200 feet of new highway will have to be built "Wt feet of which iilll fall upon the town of l''erribillKh. Scth Warner Chapter, P. A. 11.. hi Id their annual mectlnj,' with Mrs. Wilfred Jodoln Wednesday Oct. 2. After read ing tho reports the following officers were elected: Mrs, J, rj. Illndes, rcRent; Mrs. N. 1. McCuen, vice-recent; Mrs. S. It. Carslcy, i oreinry; Mrs. F. L. Fish, assistant M'Cret.uy; Mrs. 13. CJ. Norton, treasurer; Mrs. C. S. Haven registrar; Mrs. II, P. Fisher, hl.sturlan; Mrs. Wilfrid Joitnltt, olinplnln. At the close of the business session came roll call, thp members lPspnniUnt; with humorous anecdotes, nfler which a dainty ten wns served and a pleaant snelnl hour passed after whl-h the chepler adjourned to met with Mrs, N, J. McCuen Novunl?r U. County Warden was called to Thursday by the that town to appraise dcrr to apple trees on farm nnd to corn on W. 11. Taft Monkton last selectmen of damtiKe done by the Widow riane the farm of 0. Weaver. There Is naid seen IS deer tofscthev at to have been one tlmR near the nbove places. Phllo Hrlstol of llrls tol recently paid a fine of V, on nccntmt of his dog chasing deer. The Vergenties Improvement society open a rummage sale Wednesday even ing In the store In the (Initios block lately vacated by T. Ncvllle.-Pr. S. It. Carsley has gone to Tloston.rieo. Middle brook and family returned from Img Point Satinilay. Mr. and Mrs. Itobert Johnson and his mother, Mrs. O. K. Johnson of Poit Henry. N. V., are visit ing IS. J Simpson. Mrs. P. F. Manning of Fltp'iihurg, Mass., Is visiting her mother, Mrs. Louis (Jeror. Charles F. firavellne has returned from a visit to New York city. The Itev. Pr. It. It. Pavles leaves Monday for Cleveland. Ohio to .- (tend the national council of the i ongregitlonal churelns as a delegate from the Addison county conference. Miss F.va Meigs, of Colchester spent Sun day with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. p Ct. Meigs. -William l'ecup has returned from Itutlind where he went to negotiate for a farm. Miss Minnie Shaw has re turner, to Leicester Junction nfter a vltit to f'lend In town. II. W. Spooner left Friday night for Altanta C,i., to Rttend the Nttlnnal Itural Letter c-urlers' con vention as a delegate from Vermont. Mr. Spooner will be absent about ten lays and will visit Washington. P. '., before bis return. Miss Sadie Cobmn, who has been visiting Mis. H. J. Simp son, has returned to Mlnevllle, N. Y. Mrs. II. 13. Colvln of Iturllngton Ins been tin- guest of Mr. nnd Mri. H. Cus :ir Ingham for the past few days. Frir.k Musseli of Cheterfleld. N. Y cal led linen Mr. and Mrs. It. L. Klngsland Sat"idav. 1". W. Chamberlain. carrier on It. F. V. No. b aves for a 10 days' vacation in Orwell and Itochester. Wll I'am Klngsland tnkes Ids place as sub. Ci. F. Kimball and Otis I!cnt.-n ore passing the week at Kimball's cottage at the lake, hunting and tK-hlng. Mrs. J, J. Pauley went Monday to Platt.s burgh, N. Y., for a week's visit to her mother, Sip, Matilda Monte.Mijor J. W. Ityan has returned from a week's visit to his parents, Mr. and Mra. John rtyau of Orwell. Dr. and Mrs. lCdwanl Pllon left Monday for n week's visit In Hoston. Witt Sherman has te-slgned his posltio'i In C. F. Stebbins's meat market and John Rivers has taken his place-. -Mis, Daniel Leliarge of 13ssex, N. Y., is visiting relatives In town. Mrs. Nathan Oppenhclm.who has been passing few days In town, returned Monday to her home In New Yoik city. Mrs, Hert Teelyea of Charlotte Is visiting her motile:-, Mrs. Henry Ringer. 'arter Devoid Is suffering from blood poisoning n his right band. Mr. (1ms of More- town Is visiting hi-- daughter, Mrs, Klmer Ulrkett. A .special meeting of Mt. Phllo Orange was held In Allen hall In North Ferris burgh on Tuesday evening W. M. Dean, W. M.. presiding. P spite the bad condi tion of the ru ids there was a a good at-te-ndence, about 7fi members of the home lodge being present nnd ali-uit 30 visitors, members of Oiand VIow Orange, Addison. This meeting was an annual occasion eif these granges and was a very pleasant and In t testing affair. The literary hour of the meeting was placed In the hands of Mrs. C. II, Miirshnll, worthy lecturer of Orand View (Irnnge. The program evened wilh "Cm rent Kvcnts" by Mrs. A. T. Clark, followed by Instrumental music by her daughter, Clara. Mr". Day read a sei etion entitled "The Mission llo That Se.indallzi-il the Village," fol lowed by music by Mrs. Hurpeo on the violin, with piano uccompmlment by Mrs, C. H. Marsh ill. A carefully preparnl paper on the subject "For What Dues an American Woman Have to He Thank ful?'' was read by Mrs. lloenu. Witty definitions were given by Miss Hler In answer to catochNm questions asked hv Mi. Maishall Then followed music by Miss Stella f'luik. Mis. Unrpee gave a humorous recitation describing "How an Irish Girl lb reived n Hlnck I3ye." Laugh able catechism questions and answers on the subject "Married Life" were glvun by Messrs. flail; and Noonan, and In strumental mtml clusid the program. At the close of the meeting -efreshments wei e serviil and post-prnndi.il r-xercises held, W. M. Dean pri"--iliuir as toastmaster. Thl.s was the piiigram: Address of wel come. W, M. Dean, responded to by A. T. ("lurk; "Our Visitors," icspunded to by Mrs. M. F. Allen In an original poem, written for the occasion; "A Lesson," re sponse by Miss Fanny Sears, who recited the poem "There Llttlu Oli Don't Cry" In her usual happy manner; "Vcr mont. response by 1-3. It. Fnlsoin; "The Orange at Large," M. F, Allen. The even, lug's entertainment closed with u dance LINCOLN. People In the vlcintts of the Center were aroused about one o'clock Friday morn ng to flml V. M. Morgan's Mou nt! fire. The church bell and the lumber company's mill bell were nmg. nnd good number of men arrived but nothln could be done to save It nnd their efforts weie turned toward saving adjacent build lugs. V. M. Morgan's blacksmith and wheelwright shop on the east, the hall owned hy the Aid society and Good Templars In the -west nnd C. It. ISrick neii a resilience across ma sileet wep damaged considerably and saved with tho greatest difficulty. The building burned was occupied by Geo, Fair and Ills family lived In the upper story Nearly all their clothes and household goods were fumed, A imrtlon of the goods In tho Morn worn saved. The loss In the building and goods Is eillmalr'il at 3,jui, ,-iikI Is Insured for 11,800 on the hulldliie and Jl.GOO on goods In thu store. Mr. Fair had no Insurance on his household goods, Contluiirii on 2nd l'tier, r FIRST CAVALRY Annual Reunion of Each Organ ization Held at Essex Junc tion Yesterday. VISIT FORT ETHAN ALLEN Medals rrevr-iileil Member of llir Hen iilnr Army after n itcWcvi OMI ocrs uf (lie Tho IIoiIIpn nipil ,.p-liUern ni Hip ( -ii nip lire In (lie ruins. Tho united reunion of tho F.lghtli Ver mont Regimental association and the First Vermont Cavalry association was held at 13s.ex Junction yesterday. It was the .Hlh annual reunion of the Sth Ver mont and "ith annual meeting of the cavalry. After nearly a week of rain the day dawned bright nnd beautiful as If to wel come the old soldiers to their gathering. Tho village hud put on a gala day appear ance, the places of business anil the resi dences being decorated with Hags and bunt Intr. At noon a procession wns formed at the station, by the visiting veterans escorttd by It. ... Sherman Post of Fssex Junction and lee by Sherman's Military hand of lltitlington. The route covered was from fie station to Luu.itn street, down Main to Church, up Church to Ma ple, down Maple to Junction with Main and thence 'r, G. A. It, hall In the Hrow iiell block, where a sumptuous dinner had be I'll ptopan.l by the ladies of the local W. It. C. After the guests, numbering over 2."A were seated gtnee was said by the Hi v. A. C. Hrown. pastor of the Methodist Church. At the head table Col. A. It. Franklin, first vice-president of the Sth Vermont, pn sided. Others at the table were Gov. F. H. Proctor, Hen. O. O. How ard and Con: res.smaii P. J. Foster an.l Gen. T. S. Pe,-k of Hurlington. Col. 1-3. H. Sawyer of lljde Park, ex-Gov. Hell, ex Gov. liarstow, i'npt. L. M. Hutchinson of Montpclier, C.i.it. D. C. Walker of Jeff'er- .sonville. ires d-nt of the 1st Vermont cavalry, Colore'. Perkins of St. Albans. Col. '. P. Gate-- of Hurlington. Col. A. C. ltrmvn of Mont pelier, commander of the department of ermnnt, G. A. It., Allen Martin nnd the Hev. A C. Hrown of ihls village. Mr. Martin welcomed the visitors In behalf of the It. S Sherman Post, the W. It. C. and the citizens of the village. Itesjionses were m.e'., by Colonel Frank lin for the Uh Vermont and Judge Walk- - for the cavalry. VISIT FORT F.TIIAN ALLI3N. At thu close of the dinner hour three electric cars coiiwivd the comp.inv to Fort 13tban Allen, where two squadrons of the 11th and Fall t S. cavalry were lrawn up on the large drill field to re ceive the pirty. P'rst L'eut. A. N. Pickle of the 1.1 til cavalry, who had b.en ap pointed as adjutant to Governor Proctor, met the first car and escorted the gov- rnor and the other distinguished guests to the tleild wlie i- they were met hv Lieut. -Col. Murrn. commanding ofllcer of the Fort Col.cud Murray was pre sented to the old soldiers by Gen. T. S. Peck and was g.v.n a hearty cheer to which he responded w.th a short speech. During the review the troops passed the reviewing otlieers at a walk, trot and gallop and presented a line .ippearani e. M13DALS PRFSFN'l i3P. At the close of t ie nilow Colonel Mur ray assisttil ny Governor Proctor pre sented medals aw aided officers and and enlisted men of the command as follows: First Lieut. Philip Mowry, squadron adju tnnt, 15th cavalry, Atlantic rifle competi tion; First Lieut. Hisll N. Rittenhouse, squadron adjutant, 11th cavalry; Sergeant John J. D.ierd.i, Tn,.ip f, ;,th cavalry. each in tho Atlantic rllbi competition. Corpotal Warren 13. pewey, Troop I), 11th cavalry, in the national pistol com petition. Following this the ofllcers of tho fort were presented to the governor nnd party. Photographer !.ifKer wns piescnt and took views of the group. Tho visitors weie then shown tlumigh several of the buildings nt the foil and n concert wa. given In tho band stand by Shernnns band. Manv from Hurlington and othei places ns well as the ilsltlng veterans en joyed the exercises. HI'S! NKSS MI-3I3TINGS. 1'pon the leturn to this village the asso ciations held their bll-iness meetings, tint of the Mb Vermont l,ei,IK tne p. O. F. hall.Ool. A. H. Franklin presided. The committee on the revision of the roster appointed at a Jiieilous meeting was voted to be continued nnd given power to act. The following otlliers were appointed: Col. A. 11. Franklin, first vice-president: ex-Gov. Il.iri'tow, second Ice-prosident; C. M. Ferrm. secret, irj and treasurer; executive committee, i'ap. L. M. Huteh Insnn, H. M Howman and Perry Potter; obituary committee, ex-Gov. J. L. liar stow, H. F. Iloivrnnn and C. M. Ferrln. CAVALRY OFFICKHS. The meeting of the cavalry was held ill the K, of P. hall, 1-vlng called to oiler hy President Walker. The reports of tho secretary and troasurer were read and accepted. General Peck, Colonel Sawyer and George Hull were appointed ns nomi nation committee. They reported as fol lows for president, II. S. Woods of Kssex Junction; and the re-election of S, II. Woods of St. AlbatiH as cecrelary and II. O. Wheeler as treasurer. Tho names were accepted. The other olllcers were elected as fol lows: Vico-Iiresldciits, c. A, G, A. 13d wards, Richmond; Co, H, Chester Rey nolds, Milton; Co. C. Mark Rice, St. Al lans; Co. D. Clnrk long, Rutland; Co. K, S. M. Snow, South Roy.Ulon; Co. F, Clurk Stone, Provldemn, r, j,; Co. , James Harrett, North Clarendon; Co, II, Charles Churchill. Chittenden; Co, I, A. M. Crane, Huston; Cn. K, 13, A. Jones, Mlddlehitry, v- J Co. I, Justin stousUtau, Ilurllnrfton; Co. m, Potur JUwi- 8TH VERMON OCTOBER 10, 1907. der, Hurlington; field nnd staff, J. K. Goodrich, Hurlington, C. H. Cota of St. Albans was appointed chairman nf the executive committee and appoints his own associates. The nc:;t meeting will be held in St. Albans. Hoth associations passed tesolutlnns thanking the 11. S. S'hcrman Post, Colonel Murray of Fort Fthan Allen, the W. 11. C, the Foresters, the Knights of Pythias and the citizens of the village for iourtc sles shown them. At six o'clock supper was served by the W. R. C. TII 1-3 CAMP FIltl-3. The camp fire held In the Congrpgn tlonal Church In the evening wns nt-tende-d by an audience which completely filled the hou'-e Gen. T. S. Peck of Hur lington wns toastmaster nnd Introduced the speakeis In a pleasing manner, The exercises werp opened with prayer by the Itev. .V. A. Wood of tlm Raptlst Church. GOV. F. D. PROCTOR. Gov. Proctor was the first speaker anil his subject was "CltiZPIis'ilp." He said that i-ntnp flies wen' n good thing to promote citizenship. At the present time there Is un elunent in our citizenship that Is not of an elevating character and It Is our liottnden duty to ellmlnnto this as quickly and ns effectually ns possible. The governor's speech wis very brief but the sentiments lie expressed In re gnrd to citizenship certainly met with the approval of the aildlpncp who were very enthusiastic In there applause. The othe- speakers wptp Col. A. C. Hrown of Montpeller, commander of de partment of Vermont G A. It., who told of the benefits which bavp come to the old soldiers through th" G. A. R. Col, F. H. Sawyer of Hyde Park, who was assigned to speak on "Kllpatrlr.k's Raid" excusprl himself owing to the shortness of time, but said that he was there although some histories omitted the fact. Ex-Gov. J. L. Hnrstow of the stb Vermont regiment whose name was on the program was not present at the evening meeting. In his pt'lee Getl. Peck called on Col. 1'ranKlln. who sang "The Sword of Hunker 11111." The theme of camp lire seemed to be "Good Citizen ship" nnd the rem-uks of Gen. Howard and the Hon. P. .1. Foster each touched utmii that susjeet. Gen. Howard spoke of education ns n menus of good citizenship and nl'O spoke of the Rattle of Gettys burg. CONOIt'lCSSMAN FOSTER. Congrpssmun Foslor said that monu ments weie not essential to perpetuate the glorious deeds of citlzens'hlp. He re ferred to recent acts of national legisla tion which were coiis'deri'd by some as an interference 'n State .rights, but be said these enactments nf law to govern Insurance or the packing bouse Industry of tho West would never tiave beep en actesl hnd the States anil the people of the States performed their duties. "With tin- governor, I say." said the speakpr, "we as citizens have our duty to perform. ICt us perform it as citizens of our own State and ns citizens of our gri-at country and let us perform It well," JuilKe P. C. Walker spoke on tho part that the First cavalry took In the Shenan doah Valley and gave other reminiscences in a happy manner. Capt. L. M. Hutchinson of Montpeller In speaking of the th Vermont, paid a tribute to their l.ite geneial and president of the ns'x'K'latlnn. G'li. Stephen Thomas, be also spoke of the noble pirt the women took In caring for the homes during the war and also of the work of the W. It. C. As It was ince.-sary for Capt. H. O. Wheeler to be excused Geniral Peck called upon ex-Gov. Hell, who In his talk wild that It means more to be a good citizen to-day than It did to be a soldier in the War of the Rebell on. General Peck III a plrMsltig and effective manner read the poem "In Gettysburg." widen was written by his daughter. Miss Theodora Peck, and dedicated to General Howard. The writings of .M.ss Peek, who is a voung author, are meeting with much favor. The musical programme of the evening consisted of selections by Mrs. Fred Whlt ciiml) of lSutllngton -with piano accom paniment by Mrs. A. T. Aikley. Thu people of this village are always glad to gleet Mrs. Whltcomb here In her home town and hv the appl itise she receive I her singing was evidently as pleasing to the visitors as to them. Pleasing selec t'un" were also given by the Misses Cobb of Hutllngtoii em the violin and piano. The old soldiers expressed the sentiment that this was one of the pleasant est meet ings of their associations The Interior of the church wns deco rated with flags and Japanese lanterns formed a path from the sidewalk to the church. Much credit Is due to Pr. C. M. Ferrln of the Sth Vermont and II, S. Woods of the first rivalry, who were the committee having charge of the arrange ments. FAIR PAYS DIVIDEND. A Horse Slum- to lie Held In June lit Miclilnn Xexl Veur. Sheldon, Oct. !. -A iiK-etlng of the director.-, of the Franklin County Agricultural society was held this nfternoon and the following olllcers elected t The Hon. C. W. Gates of Franklin, president; George W. punsmore of St. Albans, vlce-piesi-dent. In the lmard of directors S. II. Dole was elected to serve m tho place of .1. 11. Dole. The rest of the ofllcers are the fame as last year. The financial part of the socletv was about $.'i nhead of what was expected. It was voted to pay a dividend of 3i per cent, to the stockhold ers. It was also voted to hold a horse show liere June " and 4, and JIM was appro priated for til's. The fair will be held at Sheldon September 1, 2, 3 and I, when Sl,t0 will be given In purses. The Itevill Month nuil (lie Hojnl Dlsense, Sudden changes of weather are espe cially trying, and probably to none mure so than to the scrofulous and comsump the. The pmgtoss of scrofula ilurlng a normal October Is commonly great. Wu never think of scrofula Its bunches, cutaneous eruptions, nnfl wastlnir of the bodily substance without thinking of the great good many sufferers from It have derived from Hood's Sars.iparllla. whose radical nnd H-rmunent cures of this one dlsoasu aie enough to make It the most famous medicine In tho world. There l.s probably not a city or town where Hood's Saruapa rilla has not proved Its merit In moro homes than one. In arresting and comple tely rradicatlng scrofula, which U almost ns serious and ns much to be feared as Its chrTstian ENDEAVOR GROWSl A Total Membership of 8,000 Re ported at State Convention in Swanton. A DAY OF ADDRESSES 'lie liiipoi-lnui'p of Mission Work in Small 'oni in ll n 1 1 les I'olnteil eilll Increased Attendance of Ver mont Sunday Schools Re ported lit Mtinrlicslpr. Swatitnn. Oct. !). The 22nd annual con vention of the Vermont Christian I-3n-dpivor union opened this morning with tliu "Devotional Outlook." which was presented by the Rev. Fmzer Metr.ger of Randolph. The devotional exercises of this convention will c-ntcr about one thought, "Jesus and the Individual." "The Friendship of Christ." was the theme of the morning. At S:.V the con vention wn-s called to order and the Rev. F,. J. llanslow gave greetings from Swan ton and heartily extended the hospitality of the town. One of th" best things of the convention Is that It brings together so many chinches and societies that we may look Into each others faces and feel that v,e aie brethren In Christ. Follow ing this was the address by c. L. Smith, who In belulf of the C. 13. oc ety .if this pi ice gave a hearty welcome and made the necessary announcements. Greet ivs from the r.pworth I.engue were r .id. Miss I31sir Peasp was ac cepted and welromesl as a fraternal dele gate from the Hpworth Ieague. Responsive greetings were given by J. O. 1'nelerwood of H.irtland, who on be half of the Stite union, expressed their pleasure nt being here anil their gratitude for their pleasant rr-peptlon. He letnlnd ed the convention that they had assem bled for the sole purpose nf helping young people to realize the bet that Is In them. The following committees were then an nounced: Finance': J. G. Fndewond, 13. M. Lewis, the Rev. A. H. Gage. Time and place of next convention: The Rev. Henjatnln Swift, Miss Grace Young. Miss Olive Anderson. Nominations: The Hev. F, Metzger, Miss Helen Graves, Miss Grace Rouse. R solutions: The Rev. A. O. Ileyhoe, Miss NMlie Nutting, the Rev. C. J. Peterson. TII 13 ItnPORTS. The secretary reiort was given by Miss Grace Young of Fair Haven, State secretin y. The total membership is given as S.000 with a net gain of eleven societies during the year and Christian Endeavor to-d.iv means more than ever before. The ti e.isin ,r's report was State Treasurer 13 M. Lewis given by of Rarre, who announced a sum in the treasury in stend of the former debt, the Itemized account made a good showing and practical suggestions for the raising of necPS5ury funds were made. Tho rpport c.f the correspondence superintendent was read by Miss Young in the absence of Mrs. W. C, Fuller. An urgent request was made to the corresponding secretaries of all the unions to be more prompt and reliable. The report of missionary work was given by the. Rev Henjatnln Swift of Woodstock, who pleaded for more sys tematic and articulate work In the missionary department. If real effec tive work l.i to be done there must be study of the situation and close touch with each other Information Is the thing1 wc need more than anything else. Tlio report of union work was given by Mr. Fnderwootl. Tne showing was ;;ood and the report clear and concise. The report of extension work was read by Mr. Morris, In the absence of Mr. Pease, which was largely an ap peal to the county unions. EXTENSION POSSIBILITIES. The general discussion of extension possibilities was opened by Mr. Morris and the situation briefly outlined. Tho fallute of Christian Endeavor to real ize Its adaptability to existing condi tions was commented upon and an urgent request made to overcome this defect. Tlo ndilrcss upon "Mission Study Ideal and Possibility" was given by the Rev. Silas Perry of Rlcliford. The Ideal In mission study lies In nothing; liss than what God Intended for It. We must realize that Christ Is with us as a follow worker and the need must bo tho measure of the effort. Missionary study must evntunlly be merged Into perfect service. Don'', forget that system nnd not spusin Is God's nieinod. In connection with this attention was called to the har mony of the missionary exhibit upon tho church walls and an earnest ro eiuest made that tho exhibit bo well examined, Mr. Morris gave out somo necessary Information In regard to the mission study clnsses to bo held this afternoon. The session closed with a short prayer by the Rev. Mr. Swift. WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON. Tho session opened nt half-past one with a sont; service followed by a continuation of the "Devotional Out look" conducted by tho Rev. Mr. Metztter. The mighty liitluenco of a personally nearness to Christ WAa dwelt upon as the theme. Thu conference, termed the "School House Mission," was handled by tho Rev. fi, J. Peterson. There are three rensoiiH for belnff interested in this mission. FlrM, as tho spenker says, Ills ftrat uplift wns obtained In a school house meetlntr. Secoml, he lias remilnrly hold meetings there nnd thirdly tlie little rfrt nchool house Is nn Important factor. Work that does not bring active results Is not worth our while, Soveral tood result at U10 sohool NUMBER 15. house mission, which were taken from Mr. Peteinon's own experience) were i 'lated In nn Interesting manner The Itev. Mi. irons of Shelelon nil. vocutrd the mission as an excellent train ing ground, and of benefit to those w'lo conduct It as well as those who llstnn. Mr. Kinney spoke of the Snndnv echool work In the rutnl districts. Ills experlencn in organizing a school In one district In particular, wns relited In an interestlntr way. The open door In this direction was plainly pointed out nnd nn earnest ap peal was made, to local unions to work nlong this line. M- Mason, well known is eountv sr e retarv of the Y. M. C. A.. p oke of the possibility s and tn-ed of this work, the small proportion of Sunday school attendance nnd the people In rura' dis tricts who are ready for this willing ard helpful si rvice, The nildrens "An Ilnlaririd VI- -ei " wan given hv the Rev. W. II. Spence of Kut-l.-i'.tl. The speakers described t'e wor'l as seen by th" disciples tn whom CI r'st rave the command "Go ye forth to n'l the -world." The wonder Is that the vlloa has kept p.ipe In the wonderful erlargo rn nt of the view. As we linv corne o unrlerspind men better we have umovpred, m-ny tuoblems never t'-iought of l-i the enrller ages, Hut all thee thing have never dispelled the ys N-w what hnvp you and I got to da n'it It? As we dream of all eln'spo boil" 1 together by Christian love tl.e r r t a seems almost beyond belief. 'r i.-r- are those who tell us that It will npve-r b Pj not for one moment bp deceived. Wh, wo have to do as Christian disc- plea ,s to Imitate Jesus Chr'st, We -cu t ea' h. His spirit f we wlsb tn do 111- work A solo was rendered ,iv M'-- Marlon Ollmore. Miss Grace Voung. State p. retarv. was very gracefully Introduced by Mr. Morris. Her nddress. ". Great Convention nt Seattle," was mo-e In tho form of a le-cturo than a report, and 'ba story was stold in a very IrTres'irg; way. A greeting from the state S'tnd.iy school In convention at .Manches-c- waa rend. The conference on union work '"1 nf Miss Young nnd that upon f r c-j- t of the local society led hy thp rt v G a. Stair of .Mi'lulpourv. were I. el 1 e ' e vestry. Mr. Stair wns so helpfu' n i dppartment last year that he wis urgent ly rt-qilPSted to serve this yeir W13DNI-3SD A V EVEN I NO The. session opened with a contl ua"on of the devotional outlook, eo.nlu ' 1 -y the Rev. Mr. Metzger. A duet was rendered by Clnr'es Pir- sons and Miss Olive Houghton. GOOD ADVICE TO CITIZENS. The Rev. Thomas Chalmers of Man chester, N. H., gave the address upon tho subjeet of the "Chrlst'an as a Citizen.' The Christian cannot, possibly es, ipe poli tics. The day has passed when a Chr s tlan is supposed to concern himself sole'y with matters of the otner world a- - q cause of God Is wrapped up in the cmse of humanity. They have got to -on --em themselves about the things which hel-inr; to gooil citizenship nnd this condition j beginning to be felt. The young man who desires p-ilttical advancement does not now ask "what iIops th tins th nk." btu "what do the people think?" Huskies prosperity lies along the way of thr trust and confidence of tho people. Dow r ght honesty and common sense are issent al and they must be combined t i 'ic ffe t ual. The new adventurer for po t il honor does not now open his bir'e t iat has gone by, he Instead poses as i -former, and that loo must pass. Wa must fill our offices with men bu t v must be men or downright honc-U a common sense. Cbristi.inltly Is tdeai 1 and but for It there would never ha 3 b"en the awakening of the Imag'n.i' 1 and understanding. The simple f-i- t ' t a man is ri.-h is not his pond, mr t -11 , neither Is it to his credit. The fa"t it CM wealth Is Immaterial, the question is ' n man. The address was unusual and ' -terestlng and was well received. 1-V le w--ing was a e-nrdial and enjoyable re 'eptloii to the delegates in the church. SUNDAY SCHOOL GROWTH. IliiciiurnKiuj; PlKiirr Glen at tho State Convention In Manchester. Manchester. 9 The second dav the 39th annual convention of the Ver mont Stale Sunday School association began at nine o'clock this morning t 1 the Congregational Church. The meet ings are presided over by Hon. N ) Williams or Hellows Falls, president of the association. mong rcted speakers and Sunday school worki -s tn attendance tire Mr. Alfred Dav ge -oral superintendent of the New Yorlc State association. Mr W. K Audi 1, superintendent of the Ruggles stiv I Raptlst Sunday school In Hoston Mrs. -Mary Foster Hryner of Peoria, 111 n 1 Mr. 1-3. C. Knnpp of Hartford, Com- At the forenoon session tin R' v ,1. Rarton of Greensboro gave the rer r of the teacher training superlnterdi after which diplomas were cor.f rre 1 on graduates for 190T as follows 1 vance course. Alice H Racon, RradfTj, International first course, Mar Farnbam, Nellie A. Wilson, Sadie If Doe. Mabel Worthy of Hradford er mont first course, Carrlo H. McNeil, Ethel Hylugton, Mrs. C. O. H. rn v, Caro 1-3. Carpenter, Anna Hylnston, Mrs. Ralph Smith. Hervey Gullck uf Charlotte. An alumni association of 12 uiemb-rs was formed. The r-port of General Secretary Fi -ler showed a remarkable Increase In Hun dav school attendance. He reported (ill r -hools In the Stnte with nn enrollment of ISSO, making a gain of f9S for tho yrar; cradle roll membership 4.111. a gain of ,W, home department member, ship 9.103. a gain of 1.S02; tual enrollment in all departments, 60.1S3. He nlto re ported gains of 221 in the number o' men between 1' and 41 nnd l.iis of ihll dren between five and 1S years of a so over last year. At the banquet held In the church par lor this evening covers were laid for 300 pisaple, COL. ll.LSLEY HANK DIRECTOR Mlddlebury, Oct. 9. At a recul.ir meeting of tho Mlddlebury National . I. ..1.1 .n,ln r.t O I llluln.. ,..a II.I1IK III HI ,w-,,j ... ...ft, J ,,,-. elected 11 director to fill the vacancy 1 caused by tho death of Col. A, A, "Fletcher. EN G 1 N 1-3 13 R S I3NT 1-3 NC 13 D. St. Thomas, Out., Oct. V Engineer Murray Stephens, formerly of tho Vn basil railway, was sentenced this Hftrr noon hy Chief Justice Meredith to six months at hnr.l labor for disobeying tho rules on August 2, 190C, thereby causlntf 1 U t. at two lives. 1