THE BITRLTNOVTON FlllCE PRUSS: THURSDAY OCTOBER 10, 11)01
Advertising In this column one cent a
word, each Insertion. Copy may be
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quired. No advertisement tnkon which li
lss than twelve wouK two lines. Special
1.000 linen wKhln twelve consecutive
OWNERS OF FARMS who wish to hire
help or to sell a farm should uso this
column. Nearly G.OOO copies nf this paper
nrc sold every Issue and your advertise
ment would bo read by many possible
buj ern. !7.wtt
LOST Six yearling heifer-, four black
and white, two red nntl white. Literal
reward to Under. I. O Hill, Waltsfield,
VERMONT CHAPTERS, D. A. R.
lOlulilh Alumni Conference In .Session
Bennington, Oct. 9. The best represent
ation, 1." chnptcrs, In the history of the
organization was the attendance at the
opening session of the Stti annual con
ferenee of the Vermont Chapters of tho
Daughters of tho American Revolution
Mrs. Clayton N. North of Shoreham,
the State tepent. pre: Ided. In the absence
nf thr secret irv, Jlr', Fredrle Swift of
Brittteboro acted In that capacity.
In her annual report iho State recent
lceominetidrd that tho election dntes of
the chapters be changed so as to eon-
form with with the national onnpter
year nnd also that n State registrar bo
appointed. The treasurer's report snoweu
a balance on hand or JiNi.bi ami mo
secretary of the organization of two new
chnpters during the year.
At the afternoon session fominl prcet
Inps were extended to thu delegates
by Mrs. Mary O. Knot of Bennington
chapter nnd responses were made by Mrs.
.F. Stewart Strannhnn of St. Albins and
Miss M. M. Tuttle of Uutlnnd, Mrs.
Charles Groghtnn, State tepent of Maine,
.i tr. Frederick J. Shepnrd, State
rpiiiMit of New Hnmpshlre.
This evenlnP the dolcpitcs and local
members attended a te option at tnc nomo
of Mrs. S. II. Tratt.
DAJtAOKD GRAIN wanted. 10 bushel
or more rye, burkwluvit, wheat or any
smutty or damaged grain suitable for
poultry Address with price W. H.
JIurdork, Burlington, Vt.
FOR SALK OHKAP-Farm of 121 acres
pood supar and apple orrlunds, con
venient for entile, sheep and poultry,
never fnlllnp water fit house and barns,
telephone, delivery tennis, H. V, D,
JC1. Would sell adjolnlnp pasture of
dO ncres, stock, tools, etc. Box IS, R.
V II. No. 2, Randolph Center, Vt.
FOR SAT,K OR RUNT In Mot nsvllle,
New Salmon Brook Hotel, Clinton
County. N V., ir. rooms, near stream
r.ltc HVd water, site 1 acre, barn and
nut tin Minps new and complete, at
junction of River and H.iker streets, dc.
lightful prove, evergreens attached,
miles fron PI-nMuirgh, central for
boarding and travelllnp public, terms
easy Aply to Mrs. A.
rlsvllle, Clinton County,
Notice fur License l Sell
HAPPENINGS IN VERMONT,
(Continued front First rape)
FOR SALIC A pood farm of 3JS acres
situated on Die main road from Hist
Roxbury to WM Brookllold, will keep
thirty cows, forty sheep, fottr horses.
HulHl lips are In first-class shape, rut.
nlnp water at houe and barn. I or
particulars, write to, or come rind ee.
Frederick Rutz, Randolph, Vt.. R. F. IX
No. .1 14,w3m.
STATE OF VKRMONT,
r, ...... .1 tflo S
.ni... 'i..i,ni.. Court for said district
of Grand Isle, to all persons intorost-
...i i ii. ..utnir. i.r A Pert Hcvnoiua
into of Alhurgii. in said district,
Whereas: The administrator of
said iieivasexl has plesontcd to the
sold court a petition in writing, re-i
tin seining that the personal estate
of said d ased Is not sufficient to
ti.iv ills just debts anil tin ox;e:ine at
tending In. setllcmitil of said estate,
that the said deceased wns at the
time of his death seized and possessed
of real estate witlii'i tin- State of Ver
mont, to wit.: Situate, lying and
being in the town of Albiirg.i. in the
county of Grand Isle and bounded on
the north bv the highway, on the east
bv the lands of llardv T. Reynolds
estate and bv tin- concession line, uir
tlie south bv lands of Ktlgono Thras
her and on the west by lands of llar
dv T. Reynolds estate and containing
sfiy. acres more or less Said admin
istrator prays for license- to sell all
of the above deserilu il real estate for
this cause and pot pose nfoiesnld' it
Is thetefore otdeieil Hint all persons
Interested be tiotlliid to appear befoi e
said court at the 1'iobate olTico In
North Horn, on tin- 2nth day or Octo
ber, A. 1). 10i7 at In o'clock, a. ni.,
that the in. i plve bonds for the
payment of his debts and expenses of
administration, or show cause why
license should not be grnntid as
prayed for. Ordered further that
notice theloof be published thro"
weeks sui cesslveU in t'.r Burlington
Weekly Free IT. . .i weekly news
paper printed In l'.iu hnpton, Vt., as
aforesaid, prior to I'll -'1. 190T.
Rv order nf the Fo-irt. Attest,
WIM.IAM HAVNKS, JUIIOK.
North Hero. Vt., Oct. ". 1 HOT. lii.wl'.t.
NOTICE how little It costs to tell thou
sands of rcadeto In many towns of Ver
mont what you have to sell or what you
wish to buy. Advertise In the Free Prcsi
and you will get replies to your adver
BOILER FOR SALE.
An 80 H. P. Horizontal Tubular Boiler
(tililt-h lie replaced ullli ii -oO II. I',
boiler.) This holler Is lit good repair,
and Mill lie sold rrnsoonlily. Inquire
nf VI'ltMONT FARM II A (II IXK CO.,
ItcllfMTM Fulls, Veriiioni 15,.i2t
UOIIKIIT (i. 111,1, KIT'S
1 1ST VTI1.
RllOlin ISLAM) HOSPITAL
THAIMNC SCHOOL I'OH M'HSIIS.
The Rhndo Island Hospl'al offers
S-ycars' ourse of training in care of
patients In medical, surgical, obstet
rical nnd 0 special depts. 4532 pa
tients treated in 1000, Applications
nre now belnp considered for classes
enterlnp Sept., 1007 and Jan. and
April, 100S. Maintenance and mopey
nllnwance sufficient for personal ex
penses are Riven. For further in
formation and circulars, address
Miss Lucy C. Ayers, R. I, Hospital,
I'rovldence, R. I.
STATK OF VKRMONT.
To all persons interested In tho estata
of Robert (i. Klllot, Kite of Shelburno,
in said Jlstrict, deceased,
At a Probate Court, liulden at Bur
lington, within and for tho dlstr'.ct ot
Chittenden, on the 'Jtli day of Oc
tober, 1S07, an instrument purportlm;
to bo the last will and testament of
Robert U. Illliot, late u( Shelburno, In
said district deceased, was presented
to the Court aforesaid, for probate.
And it Is ordered by said court that
tho 'JStli day or October, 1007,
at the Probate Court rooms in
said liurlluptou, he asslpni d for
provlnp said instrument; and that
notice tin reof be picn to all persons
concornt d, by publishing thls order
three weeks sui ci ssivdy in the l'.ur
llnpton Weekly Free Press, a news
I apor published at Hurlinpton, In said
district, pluvious to tin; tiuiJ ap
polnted. Therefore, you are hereby notified
to appear before r.ald court, at tht,
time and place afortsald, and contest
the probate of said will. It you have
(liven under my hand at Hurlinpton,
In said district, this 'Jth day of Oc
tober. 1 007.
MARCFU.FS A. R1NOIIAM.
(iood hotel ilnlntr a paying business.
AVell fitrnlsiied throughout I'rlce
flood Lamoille County I'nrm 70 a.
'2 m. to vllUpe, 3Vi tns, to depot.
Oood soil, ;roou fruit, comfortable
bulldlnps I'rlce $1.17.". One-half cash.
Johnson, Vt., 10-eou Arm, jlioiit 100
a Comfortable bulldlnpj., blp suar
works, one horse, eipht cows, all
farmlnp and supar tools, etc., Includ
ing fodder. I'rlce J1.000. One-third cash.
The Reynolds Real Estate Co.,
I.".:t Main St. niirllncton, VI.
I)ppllr Clt, Ilnll.
Wdlll.l.MI O. (JAI.IJSHA'S IISTATH.
STATE OF VERMONT, District of Chit,
To all persons interested In the es
tate ol Anpellne O. dalus.i.i, late of
Jericho, in said district, di ceased.
At a Probate Court, holden at llurllnif
ton. within and for the District of Chttten
ilui, oa the Sth day of October, 1007,
mi Instrument nurportlnp toi be the last
will and testament of Anpellne O. Oal-
uslia. late of Jcriclio, in said district,
ceased, was pi csenteil to the Court
aforesaid, tor probate.
And It is oroereu ny sain court inai
tile -JBth day of October, 13n., at the
l'robato Court room.? In said Ilurlltipton,
bu tusslpned for proving ami inati ument:
ind that notice thereof nosriven to an
pThons conccnea oy pna.isouig tins or
der thiee weeKi successively In the Xiur-
InKton Weekly I'te- j-ress. a newspaper
publlslKil at Hiirltnpton, In said dis-
tl let, previous 10 iuu ii.ne ao potmen.
Therefore, you are hereby notified to
appear before said i ouri. at ttie time
and place aforesaid, and contest tho
probate ol satu will, u you nave cauhe.
titven uinii'i my nuuu iu uui immou,
In said d. strict, tills 3tli day o Oc
Abnolutel)' Wlllioul l'liln,
Tho only ufflcu in Hurlinpton where
you can pi' teeth extracted without a
article ot jnln without taking paa.
My method is used by no other person.
S'o pain; no Janper; no after effects,
mi, l- i). iia,i:.
Office, ISC Pino St., Rurllnpton, Vt.
Offico hours, 10 to 3, 7 to 8.
AMlllHW J. WILLAIIIVS HSTATI1,
BTATE OF VKRMONT, district of Chittenden.
The Honorable th Prohato Court, for
tho District of Chittenden,
To the heirs and all persons inter
ested in the estate of Andrew J. Wil
lard, late of Hurlinpton, In said dls
Whereas, application hath been mad
to mis i nun 111 writinp, ny me oxo
tutor of tho la.it will and testament
of Andrew J. Wlllard, latn of
Jlurllnpton, prayinp for llcenst
and authority to sell tho wnole
of the real and personal estate
of said deceased, for tho payment of
debts and charpes of ndmlnlstrntlon
hettlnp forth therein the nmount of
debts due. from said deceased, tho
Charpes of administration, the amount
of personal estato and situation of tho
Whereupon, tho snld Court appointed
ami nssipneu tne bill day or ijctoner
1007. at tlio l'robhte court rooms
In said district, to hear and decide
upon said application and petition,
and ordered public notice thereof to
bo given to all persons interested
therein, by publishing said order, to
gether with tho tlmo and plnco of
hearing, three weeks successively in
tho Burlington Woekly Free Press, a
newspaper which circulates In the
neighborhood of those poisons Inter
ested In said estate, all which pub
lications shall ho prevlops to the day
assigned for henrlng.
Therefore, you are hereby notified to
appear rmfore said court, nt the tlmo and
placo assigned, then nnd there. In said
Court, to make your objections to the
granting of such license. If you see
Given under my hand at th Probate
Court rooms, this "th day ot October,
13'' MARCELLU3 A. BINGHAM,
1 CIIAHLF.S :
STATK OF V13R.MO.NT, District ot
Tlio Probulu Court for the District
J o all 1 ersons Intel estod III tile es
tate of Charles I'. Newton, late ot
I.'ndcrhlll, in said district, deceased,
Whereas, said Court has assigned tho
l!0th day of October, 1007, nuxt, for
tile settlement of tho account of tlio
uxecutrlt of Charles P. Nuwton, Into
of fiidn hill, anil for a decree of tho
residue of said estato to the lawtul
claimants of tho same, and ordered
that public notice thereof bo given to
all persons intoroHted In said estato
by publishing this order throe weeks
successively previous to the day as
signed, In the Burlington Weekly Free
Press, a newspaper published ia said
Therefore, you arn hereby iiotllled
to appeur at tile Probate Courl rooms
in Hurllngton, Vermont, on the day
assigned, then and there tn contest
the allowance of said account if you
seo cause, and to establish your right
as heirs, legatees and lawful claliu-
ants to said residue.
Given under my hand, tills 3rd dny
01 uciuner, mui.
MAROKLLUS A. RING HAM,
USTATU OF I'lUIHF.IIICIC LAIIOSH,
We, tho subscribers, having been an
pointed by the Honorable tho l'robato
court for the District or Chittenden
commissioners to receive, examine and
ndjint the claims and demands of rill
purd'nis against too estntn of Freder
Ick Lnrnse, lato of Burlington, In said
district deceasod, and nlsu all
clulms and demands exhibited in offset
thereto; and six months from the day ol
tho date hereof being allowed by said
court ror tnat purpose, we 110 there
fore hereby give notice that we will
attend to the unties or our appoint
ment at tho offico of John O'Nell al
No. 43 Church Street. Burlington, Vt.,
In said district, on tho first Saturdays
of December nnd April, next, at 10
o'clock n. ni 011 each of said days.
Dated this 6th day of October, 11)07.
tr, ui2f l.omiulayloncrs.
Mr. Morgan Is In Now Haven, Conn., nnd
was notified by tcleprapln Tho Indies of
tho Aid society served coffee and crack
ers to the men who fought so faithful to
Mivo their property.
Tho remains of Robert FdlloU were
brought here from Shelburno Tuesday
nnd hurled In the Lee cemetery by the
side of his first wife. The brlnplnp back
to his In -1 lestlnj place, of all that Is
mortal of a man who spent 10 years of
his life in this town brings to the tnlnds
of the oldest citizens something ot his
early life and the family to which he
belonged. Robert Klllott was born In
Paisley, Scotland, October 'J, 1S23, and
was tho second child of John and Jnnet
Klllott. Ills father was a weaver by
trade and worked weaving shawls named
for th" city In which they weto made.
Being a ptent reader, ho learned of the
liberties and advantages of the new world
and came to tills country in 127, Undine;
his llrsl work In a factory In Hlticsburph.
In nbotit ten months he sent for his
family, which nt that limn consisted of 1
his wife, son William, aped seven,
Robert, aped live, and Isabel, aped three
years. S.imothlns of the Improvement In
art of navlfjntlnp may ho realized by the
fact that Ms. Klllott and chlldcn landed
nt Quebec after a voyage of twelve weeks
and three days, The voynpe was tin
tistt: lly lntip on account of the storms
encountered nnd provisions were j-o short
that this family of five pc-ums were put
upon nn allowance ot one sen biscuit a
day for several days. They came to
thl town, where the father then wns,
and where their home wns ever after.
Six more children were born to them,
which, wltn tin Infant burled In Scotland
made ten, live sons nnd live daughters,
e'ght of whom mairleil and hail fumille.
They lived a short time In several places,
but the Klllott homestead was the place
now own-d by Henry Swiet. They in
eountcied hardships and privations such
as few ea'ly settlers did. The children
beln obliged to po from homo at an
rally ape and the mother assisting ia
the suppoit of the fatally by lacewoiklnp,
an art she learned In her native country
nnd at which she was very skillful.
Specimens ol her hnndlwork nre In some
of the old families of this county to-day.
Mrs. Klllott died in 1S.V5 and Mr. Klllott
In ll0o, but tho faithful nnd almost rigor
ous teaching of the principles of the
Seidell Presbyterian Church was manifest
In the excellent character ot their child
ren, who, without exception, were hi 'ill
minded, horest and lndustious. Those
of tlio fcmlly who have died are:
William, who died in Wan en In 1S01;
Mrs. Daniel Mender died in Monition in
IS77; ili. Albert OrvK In Stai ksboro,
nss, and .Mw George Meader, In Burling
ton. In 101. Those now living are John
of Rtislol; Mir. D. II. Orvm of Starks
boro and Chailes nf Oxford, Inyva. While
five of the family married hud children
and lived ycirs in this town, the only
dece'idant now icsldlnp here is Mis. A.
T. Mot pan. daughter of ttie late William
Klllott. Robert Klllott was married In early
life to Sarah Jane Huntington by whom he
had live chMdien, Mrs N. 10. Clifford, who
dkd in Hurlinpton, In June, ir0J, Irwin
Or. of Shelburne, Mrs. Arthur Benedict ot
Charlotte, Charles of Acwnrth, N. II.
and Annette, who died In childhood, Mr.
Klllott always followed the occupation of
a farmer c.t.d bought and sold farms at a
protlt. While in this town he lived at
times on farms now owned by S. N.
Atkins, D. S. Day, A. C. Merrill, A. M.
Btl.-tol nnd David Grant. Ho moved to
Shelburno 10 years ago, where he has
since lived. Ills wife died In 1S7." and
few years later he married Mls Mln.t
Sutton, who survives him. He had
usually enjoyed pood health till a year
npo he had an attack of pilp from which
In- padually failed and the last five
months icriulred the constant care of a
nurse. Ho was of genial disposition
hospitable, devoted to his family and
home and was a consistent Christian,
h.iv.ng be-n a member of the Methodist
Church for many years.
S. Y. l'elton died Friday mornlnp
he.ut failure was one of the town's lar
est farmers. Ills funeral was largely at
tended at the home Sunday at 2 p. m
Dr. Smart nf Brandon officiated, assisted
by the Rev. J. C. Williams of OrweP
George Felton. Mr. Grlftln and Mr. Selll
of Sudbury, son-in-law, and H. D
Branch acted as bearers. Tho interment
was In Kast cemetery, 3. N. Miller
charpe.--The Hon. C. 13. Aboil and wife
returned from Jamestown last week. -
Miss Wilcox returned to Wolh"doy Col
lege last week. Mr. and Mrs. R, C
Young attended the State fair last wee!
and will spend some time In Wood.stocl-
before returning. Many dc-er have bee
c(!i in town this fall. Somu are expect
Inp to pet ino near home the last of th
month. .Mayor Ryan nf Veipeunes ha
iecn spei.dln': some days with his par
nts, Mr. and Mis. John Ryan. A. W
Hill of Hurlinpton was In town last week
G. H. Branch and wife of Benson wop
In town the first of the week. The Y. 1
S. of C. K. social of Friday evening, th
4th, was a success, A pleasant evenin
was enjoyed and many dollars left In
A very ph .lhant wedding took placo at
the homo of Mr. and Mrs, Mis. L. M
Macomber on Wednesday, October
two o'clock p. m., when Midas Monro
11111 ot Charlotte and Lottie Mao Macom
her were united In marrlaBe. The proom
nnd his best man met tho bride and her
maid of honor In the parlor tinder an arch
of (lowers festooned with autumn leaves
and everpreens. Tlio ring service was
nicely performed by tho Rev, Mr, Potter
of the Methodist Church. The bride, wi
prettily owned In white, chiffon trimmed
with tine laco and earned white roses.
The maid of honor was dressed In whlto
also and cariled pink carnations. After
tlio usual greetings and congratulation
were over the guests were invited lo the
sitting room nnd dining room, both beau
tifully decorated with flowers, where nice
refreshments, were served. '1 he btldn and
groom left on an e.uly evening train fol
lowed by the pond wishes of all present.
Tlio numeious gifts both useful and beau
tiful testify to the high esteem of their
many friends. Among the guests from out
of town were Mr. and Mrs, James lieatty
and d uighter of Proctor. Mrs. Prlndlo of
Mlddlehury, Mr. and Mrs.. C. P. Van
Vllet of Shelburno, Mrs. Rend and son of
Hlncsburgh. Mrs. Reahiiry, two daugh
ters and son of Watermiry, Mrs, Hill,
Mrs, Palmer and daughter, Mr, and Mrs,
Curtis Vimi Vl'et and son nnd others from
Tho many friends In town of
the Rev. mill Mrs, S, III. Barnum
.ue invited to irlcet them, at the homo of
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Jnines on Friday
ovenlnp, Oct. 11, before their departure
for their new homo In Jcilcho Center,
wliera the Rev. Mr. Barnum has accept
ed a call to tho pastorate of tho Congre
gational Church. Madnmo Otis of Jay,
N. Y.. remains 111 a critical condition at
tho homo of her son, Chnrles, whero sho
recently enmo on a visit. A grandson
from Comstock, N, V., camo on Friday
to seo her.
Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Wliltnoy of this
town and Mr. and Mrs, George Hydo ot
Ji.tnslnp, Mich., tool; n carrlapo drive to
Hancock last weck.-Mr.and Mrs. Georgo
Hyde have returned to Lansing, Mich
after a several days' stay with relatives
here Several neighbors nnd ft lends of
F. It. Nelson assisted In raising the sec
ond story of his new barn last week. Thli
barn will be one of tho finest In tho
Mrs. Georee Smith, a former resident
of Addison, l.ilt now of the Wept, has
lerently been I he guest nf Mr. nnd Mrs.
Chailes Spauldlng. Mrs. C. M. Crumley
entertained the Ladles' Hnme Circle Wed
nesday nftenoon of this week. Mrs,
Wlsell Is nt home from n sojourn with
her children nt Wnterhury and Middle
sex. Burton Whlto nf Chicago, 111., has
leccntly been the guest of bin cousin,
W. R. White Mr. end Mrs. Persons
of Morlah, N. Y recently visited their
daughter at John Spallldlng's, who his
been 111 and obliged lo close her school
nt the Corners for a few days. Mis.
Cynthia Newton left last week for
Tacoma, Wash., where she Intends to
vl-jlt hor sister, Mrs. Cyrus Norton. Mr.
and Mrs. Khvln Kent of Mlnevllle, N.
Y., were nt L, W. Spauldlnu's this week.
Is nn a ten days' visit
Mrs. Hnrry Newell, of
Y. Ward Spanldlng Is
slowly linpro'-ing from a scm ic nttnek of
The Rev. and Mrs. K. c Partridge
ent to New York M0nd.1v and from
theie will go tn Clevelund. Ohio, to at
tend tho Nntlotial Council of Cottgre
putlonnl churches nnd will he away
two weeks. Francis Proctor and Mrs.
enrge Fisher of Glnucest'i. Mass., ire
Mrs. Marin Smith's. Mrs Mary At.
latl, Mrs. C. N. North Mrs. . H.
Stokes, Mrs. S. R. Wither. I and .Miss
llzabeth North went to Bennlnpt in
iiesdny to attend the niinu.il confer-
in e ,,f n. A. R. of c:inniu. .miss
Minnie Keith of Boston .'s In town
ailing on old friends. Miss Keleh
d In Slioreham some ears ago.
Miss Agnes Bush went to Amherst.
Mass., Inst week to visit friends and
III attend Hie D. A. It meeting in
Bennington tnls week. Mr. and Mrs.
Iiilrles Savory are visiting at M. P.
Cook's. H. W. Johns Is In Rutland for
few days this week.- Morris Siilll-
an, who has been silFiiing Willi an
Injured knee went Inst Fndny to Hur
llngton to Mary Fletcher hospital for
Mrs. Pherfons of Chicago Is the guest
of Mrs. Klect.a Sessions. Mrs. Secropta
Smith has returned from St. Albans,
whero nho has been spending the sum
mer with her daughter, Mrs, Nash. A.
A. Roardmati narrowly escaped a ser
ious accident Inst week when Ills horso
became frightened al an automobile, Mr.
Boatdman wns not Injured, but tho
harness nnd wagon were badly dam
Mrs. Ira Brydla
to her dnuphter,
W. II. Hill visited his farm at Lebanon. I
N. H., last week. Mrs. Kr.vln Adams ot 1
1nan.11. N. 1 1., was in t nvn last week I
o attend the funeral of liei father, S. W.
liner. Mrs. Cameron Spngif Is at her
Id homo at West Rutland I a few days.
-Miss Bernlce Twitchell I- 'mine from a
several weeks' visit In Unfurl, Conn..
mil New York city. L. C rit irtevant of
ricoiideioga, N. Y., is in oun. Mrs. W.
Newton went to Can-cm N. 11., last
Monday tn vls't lvlativ - Mrs. H. L.
I'iiomp m and Mis. John S .aw have been
lert"d by the local Kpe-tb League as
delegates to the convent!"", at Rutland.
Ladles' Aid of the M. thndlst Church
In id their monthly inoet'"g on edlle.
lay with Mrs. K. C. Ryu
B RID PORT.
The dance at Ma.-nnlc
tended. Oscar Ketcliel
ly last week. Mr, and
ire rejoicing no: the
ill was well at.
1 -d very suddon
Mih. Charles Lee
'.rth of a son.
J. Butler has sold Ills farm to C. J.
Ilnrbono. Wo regret that Mr. Butler is
to leave town In 'i e spr.mr, pomp to
Cornwall where he as bought a farm.
The ladles will hoi. I a calico carnival at
the vestry Thuisdnv centng, October 17.
Refreshments will 1" served.
Airs. Amos Robinson i -celved a severe
cut on the f.ireluad a few days ago
while Mirtlng apples. She reached up, for
nn empty batrd which fell, striking
her on the forehead rutting a bad gash.
Dr. Ianc was called to dress the wound.
Chester Hawkins Is Improving. Kirk
Brown nt Lawrence Muss., Is visiting
Mrs. Klvlna Blrkelt nnd Mrs. Susan
Brown. Mr. nnd Mrs. Anton Gocs of
Moretnwn have returned home after visit
Inp their daughter, Mrs. 13. P. Bltkett.
Miss Jennl - Batd is spending a week In
Shelburne nnd Burlington. Mrs. Smith
of Mlddlehury is visiting Mts. Kmlly
Irliam. Mts. James Graves was a visitor
In Butllnpton WedncMliy. .Miss Mary
Robinson of Burlington spent Sunday at
Mr. and Mrs. James Derby recently
visited their daughter, Mrs. Harry Bag
ley in Warren. Miss Maipavet Griffin of
Rochester visited her sister, Mrs. Bert
Boyd Thursday. K. A. Parker and wife
of Kast Bralntrce were the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. C. Mclntlre recently. Mrs. Jiss
Merrill went sitttrday tn South Royulton
for n lew weeks stay. J. R. Vinton has
sold his black pacer, Puzzle, to parties In
Montpeller for 517".. Mrs. Lucy Huntley
.s vry low nnd not expcetul tn live.
Mi'R. L. 13. Drake and Mrs. W N. Archie
of Randolph were In lown over Sundny
'--itlng nt C. R. KngkVs. Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Farr or Binlntrce and Mr. .-mil
Mr.'. Hnltran of Connecticut were the
purrts of K. K. Farr and wife last week.
F. O Kennnly of Rochester was In
town Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Co-
burn of Wahlngford have neen visiting
Illative in town toe past week
MK'-es Mattle lianmer and Kmma Hal
lock l ive returned from Bread Loaf.
Dr. S. S., Dr. W. D. nnd Geo.-ge 13.
Green nf Buffalo. N. Y., are visiting
Ibeir sl'ttr, Mrs. Marv Young, and oilier
I lelatlves. Mrs. Kliza Hallock lias been
onMe 111. Mrs. Kdn-in Butterflc!,! and
I 'nn, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Brown and
1 Mrs. Fred Brown weie at David Iifay
j 1 tie's Sundav. Miss May Atkins Is quite
III with scarlet fever .it .lames dwip- s.
Daniel Hallock Is 111. -Mr. and Mrs.
John 'Wright visited In Lincoln Saturday
Tid Sunday. Their aunt. Mrs. AHhea
Dc-irborn, aped came borne with them.
Constable I'nnk Ferpunn arrested and
took tn Mlddleburv Ian uonmocit Cairo,
the Italian who was implicated in the
'.hooting and stabbing affr.iv at Coles
Lumber Co. Dr. Hrlgg was called and
dressed the wounded. The baby, wnicn
was thrown out of doors and Injured, was
In quite a serious condition Sundav.
Mrs. Corn Barker or Hlncbiirph visited
hor iielce, Mrs. Mllo Wrlcht. Ftlday and
Saturday. Ursula, daughter nf Mr. and
Mrs. 1311 Stokes, is quite ill with sorn
eves. Deer nre quite plentiful this fall.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter Young visited his
mother Sunday-Mrs. Divld Lafayette
went Monday to Burlington to the Mary
Fletcher hospital for medical treatment.
Mr. and Mrs. Kllsha Follansbee of
Proctor Is visiting his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. David Follansbco. Ambrose Tint
is better and able to drive about.
The entertainment t veil lieie by tw-m-
bers of tile Whiting Grange, August 2
will lie repeated at S-idbuiy hall, Octo
ber IS. Thomas Chambetlain of Syra
cuse, N. Y., Is ca'.I.ng on friends 'n
town. J. Q. Stiekni Is very 111. Miss
liaywaid of Bdolt. ':s., returned home
Saturday. Miss Nel'.io Wooster, her
cousin, accompanied er. Addison Raw-
son returned fiom New Haven Saturday.
Mr. and Mis. T'.mnuitf Patnode of
Brandon visltiil tin
family over Sund n
.os Angeles, Cal.,
of IT. C.
Thursday afternoon while Mrs, Pills
bury mid young son, Karl, of Kssex Cen
ter and her sister, Miss Ktliel Bench
of this vlllape, wen- drhlng about the,
village, their hotse was frightened by nn
electric car near tho corner of Main and j
Mnplo street nnd In runnlnp collided with
nn electric light pole. Mrs. rillsbury
was thrown nut and one hand was quite
badly bruised. Miss I.each was thrown
against the post as was tho bov also,
but neither of them were thrown from
tho wagon. Both received bad bruises
on their fnren. The cnrtllape of Mils
Leach's nose was broken. The cross bar
to the wapon was broken nnd the har
ness was also damaged. The hotse freed
Itself from the wagon and ran a short
dlstntice. Dr. Ferrln, who dressed their
Injuries, loaned Mrs. PUlRbtiry a wagon
nnd harness nnd sho with her son drove
to their home.
The following regarding tho marri
age of Hugh Vlele, formerly of this
plnce.to Miss Holland of Westmoreland,
N. II., has been reeiived: "A very pret
ty wedding tnnk place Wednesday,
Ortnbcr 2, at the homo of Mr. and Mri.
Herbert Holland, when their daughter,
Mi's Mabel, was given In marriage to
Hugh Vlele of Rrattielioro. Promptly
at thi ee o'clo. k the bridnl cottplo pro
ceded by little Anna Mnllnry as ring
lienrer, entered the parlor to thu
strains of the wedding march from
'Lohengrin,' played by Miss Kllen Stone
nf Boston. They were met under u
floral arch by the Rev. Peter Mclnnl.',
who performed tho ceremony. Tho
bride wore ,-m elaborately embroidered
white muslin gnu-n nnd carried brido
roses Manv beautiful presents v.'c.-c
received which testified to tho high
esteem in which both of tho young
people nro held. After a sumptuous
repast the happy couple left on the
evening train for Montreal. On their
return they will reside in Brattleboro.
Among the guests from out ot town
were Mrj. James jr. Vlele nt Kssex
Junction, .Mts. Jeromo A. Coleman nnd
Miss Anna Mnllnry of St. Albans and
Miss Clara and I.con Campbell of Hins
dale, N. H.
An educational meeting Intended
especially for the teachers of the schools
comprising the Ksj-ex Junction Public
School Union will be held In this place
next Friday, In the forenoon nn op
portunity will be given the visiting
tenchers to visit the schools of the vll
lape, demontratloti classes belnp given
by Hie local teachers in their respective
school rooms. in the afternoon a pro
pram consisting of papers and dlscus
Mnns will be carried nut in the Congrega
tional Church. State. Superintendent
education M. S. Stone anil Principal
Morrill of the Randolph normal school
will talk upon oduoKtlorin! subjects at this
session, The evinlnp 'is-lon will !x- In
charge nf Supt. Store with well known
Vermotiters as sp. nkers upon tile subject
of "Greater Vermont " A cordial In
vitation Is extendi" to teachers and
school officers of the neiphboilng towns
to attend this cductlonal meeting. Ac
cording to the piovlslmn nf the school
laws nf the State, nnj teacher who attends
the meeting will lie given tho day.
Tile Rev. C. C, Adams has been elected
as delegate fiom the Congregational
Sunday school to the State Sunday
chnnl ennvention to be held In Man
Chester this week.
Claude I. Hunter, who was here to at
tend tho Grant-Brqwnell wedding Satur-
mcnt Jnmes and Frirk Si. e i bi.vn
sold their farm to a man fr m S- Al
bans. Two thousand, eipht hati lred d hi
lars Is said to have been the j.r c A
number of people from here were s .m
inoned to Rurllngton Wednesday wit
nesses in the Cnrvnpe vs. Plant case
F. C. Slater has purchased n new water
wheel, having n capacity of Ho hi ,0.
power. II. H. Paine is f illing - I r ink
".V. Church continues vrrv III --Kdw.nl
Green and Lillian Hubbard were n .r
rled Tuesday evening at Jericho by the?
Rev. C. B. Atwond.
H. T.. Kllsworth has tnov d
Monnhan 'House which he pui
iv- d i-t
June G. II. Benedict wns bo-rie o; er
Sunday. The engineer on the nia 1 ti . n
Saturday morning surprised his .i en
gers by beating tho schedule t n ' -om
Cambridge here by more than n tr 1 e
Mrs. D. W. Knight left M-milav rimm
Ing for Bellows Falls, where ' c w
joined by her daughter, Mrs F-. 1
Knight, from there they go to Wrt
Choster, Penn., tn visit Mr nnd Mrs
Frank Knight. Beforo tlu-v return t ($
j vlfdt In Washington, .i. c s.ntt Te r'it
1 of Wnrcester, Mass., Is pie. d r,g a thieo
weeks vacation with h - mt' ' r
idaughbr was born, Oct. 1 to M' ?i
I Mrs. Wlllinih Green.- M Arn" Hi'
, phrey has pone lo Bos'o-i t-. vi- r
j daughter, Mrs. Scntt. Mrs Hrnry Mud
goes to Burlington every w k for nv
13. II. Converge recently ent. --t 1 red f-M
a few das Walter Granger nrd w f o!
Now Votl; city. Mr. Giving, r .s a rr
feasor In the American M is- mil of Na
tural hlstoty. While spondir.i, 11 ' w' 'ft
in Kgypt Mr. Converse m- t Pi f( n
Granger, who wns engaged In tr, ,k 1 cx
cavatlons for bones of pre-b -t'.rif ani
mals found onlv In the F.i.cn Ha n ol
the great desert, and he spent --im. It
days in iamp with the ex avit-irs
number ot Arabs were tmpb.;. 1
CongrosMiuin D. J. Foster
Illustrated lecture on the
canal at Athenaeum hall
ing under tlio auspices
work about 50 miles In the ,'. - rt
bones sought for are found m t .e
dunes and were of tho first r''; 1 '
Inferior In size to animal .
It Is said that thefo bon'.- '
where else in the world. Sui
campwere brought by cnnK-K
pany domiciled tn tents In
fashion from February unt.!
May, Mr. Convirfe says V
museum has the f,econd lar.
ot this class in existence
Granger has1 done much v
western part of the United S'.i-
Mrs. Teter Stebblns has retor- 1
tho State of Washington wh-re -her
daughter, Dora, went In t .r
summer. Mis. Stebblns has a br i
Samuel Ash and a son. Sarnie 1 Ste
there who nro heavily enpig'J 1 1 rt
ing and mercantile lms!ni.-s, w .cr
Ash has accumulated a larpe for'-i
H. Horsford has rcturnr.l from 1
ness trip In New Hampsh'.'e - Ml- '
McNeil of Shelburne lias bee" - t 1
and Mrs. L. B. M-N-li. M'ss A 1 Hvlt
of Burlington has charge of the t. ItrM 3
tat ion hete during a va i' .r of M si
Kthel Gervla. Mr. and Mr.-. J Q A n
of Hinesburgh are visiting Mr? Alan- .
parents. Mr. and Mrs. T. K Mi"'-on -
W. H. Holmes of 1'roctnr is 'n t .wn a
sistinp C. T. Holmes in his apnle r.-cs'
Horsford .t Westall harvested abojt fiU
bushels ot potatoes from thr r tie 1 1
of tho depot. Curtis Resette s r " R 1
cellar under his dwelling l,e--.'e r-
provements. Joseph Bora an 1 sn, Ro )
ert, went to Albany last w eK, w (
they contemplate buying a farm it, tu
iW i. t
f jr.d r
. e f ,r 1 m
: - raan
t ias r,
' " i
1 s,,n. George, and
Kdninnd MItott of
was a recent guest
Matott a: d family.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. While, from
Statksboro visltul at his nephew s, Y ,
W. Norton's last w.ek.-Mrs. William
Goodyear visited l.. r brother iu Lincoln
recently nnd she U now In Randolph
visiting her parents, L. D. Rhodes and
wife. Lloyd church went
Falls last Satu1d.1v where
in the Vermont I'.i
MKs Joe Goodjea
and Sunday fmn.
bridge. Jlr. and M
at her home over Sunday. -lias
moved his fan lly Into
he has woil;
ni JI if bine w 01 s. -was
i.r school In Wey
s Fr. i 1 III tot were
-Jlrs. J. U. Ohm
Jlonday to be gnr
li went o Boston last
e ten diys.
Tlio meeting of Willing Workers at
Mrs. Amanda M ister's was attended
by 23 people and .1 pitas mt time was
spent. Mrs. Ha.rd, who has been
witli her dauglit.i, Mts. Frank Miles,
for several mouths, has pone to spend
the winter with her son. George Haz
ard in Charlotte --There will bo a
Christian Kmb avor meeting next
Sunday evening but no morning ser
vice on .account of the Friends' quar
terly meeting at North Ferrisbnrgli.
Will ham Pnlge with his gasoline en
gine is sawing wood nnd threshing nt
F. A. Miles.' Jlrs, Allen has three
pumpkins grown in hr garden, two
of which measute 37 Indies from stem
to blow and one is inches. Tho three
weigh 120 lbs.
Jlr. Jlotrlll and wifL. of Littleton, N,
II., .re viyltlng at Kkar.i r Sha ttuck's.
A ohilu of Arthur Gtio-c has scarlet
fever. Fiank Bi-liw bin Kiino Hunt
ington to wink. Ills fuin" are to move
tu Lincoln.- On account of tho scarlet
fever o fcchool and Sun. ay school are
closed and the Ladles' llom" circlo will
not mcot ns expected. Mr. Waltct
Young and her mother, Mrs. Tracy 0,'
.Munition and Mrs. l'rindlc of New York
were rrt David Follansbee's Thiirsdiy.
Darwin Wright is in p"' health, .Mrs.
Addle Atkins of Lincoln and Mrs. Flossie
Varney of Ferrlsburgh worn nt Jlarj
Young's Thursd.i .
George Chase ir Kdcn bun rctunied
homo after piibslng a wcik at his aunt's
Jlrs. II. Sanders. -..Mr, and Ml'1'. w 0
L-irrabcc wire in Tlcnnderoga, N, Y
JInoday, B. W. Builelgh Is In New York
for a few days - Krmla M Saders and
cousin, Jlrs. Ancle Willis of Brandon are
In Glens Fulls, v v.. for a days.
F. K, Piatt has rented his fnrm to V'm.
Bcaucasli and win move to hl house In
Shnreham. Mrs. Wnltcr Burleigh and
little daughter Elizabeth went t Hurling.
ot' the travel
committee of tlio Woman's club. Jlr.
Foster is a Caledonia county boy and
a graduate of St. Johnxbtiry Academy
and was- cordially greeted by liU
friends. John K. Harris, who has
si ent the summer at hl home in Dan
ville, teturned to Washington Mon
day afternoon and will resume his
duties as senate doorkeeper whon
Congress opens. Ho will also be tile
Washington correspondent for sev
eral Vermont papers. Henry Bednr,
who runs a pool room under the
Avenue House, was arrested by tiio
police Saturday and pleaded guilty
to furnishing beer. Ho was lined JP.oo
nnd costs, the whole amounting to
over :ili, which he paid Jlonday
morning. I'rof. mid Jlrs. Henry Fair
banks n-i'l Hie Rev. Dr. C. II. .Merrill ,
ire attending tho American board.
meeting nt Cleveland. Prof. Fair
banks Is one of the corporate mem
bers of that missionary organization.
Mr. and Jlrs. D.ui C. Gngo and Jlrs
Delia Ranney left Monday afternoon
lor Los Angeles, Cal., where they will
spend the winter.
Mis-- Julia Hlgplns, daughter of Jlrs.
John N. Gale, was mai-rted last evenin-.:
lo Bernard John.son, a popular clerk. The
ceremony was perfoi ineil at tho home of
the bride's mother at eight o'clock by the
Rev. A, Francis Wnlejj before a few Inti
mate friends an 1 relative'. Mr. nnd Mrs.
1). 1). Patterson entertained a large com
ptny of ,iiing people last ovenlnp on the
eve of the nurrlape nf their daughter,
Helen Sinclair, tn Herbert I). Williams
of New 1 ork. Music was furnls'hed by an
orchestra anil elaborate refreshments
wcte served. II. N. Turner has been re
elected a director of tho Concord & .Mon
n A ED WICK.
The Rev. Klmt-r F. Newell of New
Bedford, JI'iss.. has been appointed as
pastor of the Jlethodit Church for the
remainder of the conference year, Jlr.
Newell has leeently been eupaged In
educational work having hnd charge of
the departmint of hiatory In the New
Bedford high school. A. '. Brown lias
gone to Boston to visit a few days.
Jlr. and Mrs. R. S. Hooper and son were
In Groton Sunday tn attend the f uncial
of a relative. George A. Jlnrse of Jlor
rlsvlllc and N. 13. Tucker of Hyde l'ark
were 111 town Monday In attend th dl-
rectois meeting hf the Hardwlck Savings
Bank Tuifit Co. Jlrs, Addlo Dlx of
West Newton, JIass,, and Jibs Kllcn
Klttrodge nf lllngham, .Mass., who have
been visiting nt the home of Arthur O,
Titus, icturtied to their homes Jlonday
morning. Dm man Brldgman, who has
mado nn extended visit In tlio West, ic-
turncd home Saturday morning. Jlls-a
Mable Burnhnni stinted for Callfornli
Monday morning, where she eypects to
spend the winter with friends. Mrs. v
W. Jlnrsliall's Sunday school class gave
a very enjoyable social In the church
parlors Frlda evening. Mrs. A. G
Smith Is visiting her parents In Jlont
puller for two weeks,
Hives, eczema. Itch or salt rheum
sets you crazy. Can't b.var the touch
or your clothing. Doan's Ointment
cures tho most obstinate canes. why
suffer. All 'druggists jell It.
day visited Ills mother, Jlrs. D. J. Hunter,
returning tn I'roctor yesterday.
Jlrs. Frank Label underwent an opera
tion for career at the Fanny Allen hn:
pltal Satuiday ninrn'ng. The operation
was very serious, but is believed to have
Gcoipe J. Chase, aged OJ years, one of
the oldest residents nf this village, died
at his home on AVest street Jlonday
morning at S;r,0 o'clock. Jlr. Chase had
been In poor health about two years and
d ed from old ape. He has resided In
this town tnnre than half a century and
for ninre than years was employed by
the Vermont Central railroad pievious
to the year IW. His wife died about IS
years ago. He Is survived by four sons,
George D. of Burlington, engineer on
tho Central Vermont railway, John J.
of tills place, a pensioner of the Civil
War, Kdwln of Ottawa, Ont., enpineer on
the Canadian Atlantic railway and Her
bert W., of this vlllape, nlso three
daughters, Jlrs. Hannah Plnmmer of
Cambridge. Mrs. Pauline Wallace and
Mrs. George H. Cl.uk of this village.
Mr. Chaso was born in Westfnrd, he
lived In Grand Isle several years previous.
to moving tn this place. Tho funeral
v.ts held at his late home Wednes.
dnv afternoon at 2 o'clock. The burial
was in the vlllipo cemetery.
JInndnv evening Mr. and Jlrs. Frank
II. Parker entertained nt dinner her
parents, Jlr and Jlrs. T. L. Frnry and
her brother, Charles T. Frnry. Jlrs.
Finry and their sons, Lyman an 1
L.iwrenie. The occasion was in honor
of the ..(th wci h tig anniversary 01
Mr. anil Mrs. T. L. Frnry. Ralph Lane
their grandson, and the son of .Mrs,
Parker, who is attending Mt. Herman
school nt Nnrthlleld, Mass., was th
nnly immfiliate member of the family
ho was not present. .Mrs. i rarys
health has not been of the best for
some time, but Jlr. Frnry, who Is
vears old. If. hale and 111 good health
He is n G. A. R. man and was a mem
I. or of the ,"0th N. Y. engineer corps.
JHsi Ktlul Waldron, Jlrs O. D,
Samson and George Hopai.0,-1111 1
elected delegates from the society
of Christian Kndeavor in the Fre"
I'iptlst Chinch to the State convention -n
.-.-santon. Sevcril others intended. James
Richards left for Boston Tuesdiy, where
he lias a position In restaurant. Mr.
and Mrs. Benjamin Goodscll of Kast
Rlchford are visiting Jlrs. Goodscll's
mother, -Mrs. K. B. Goodsell, for n few
davs. C. I.. JIason, Oi'n Jeffords and
JIKs JIny C. Hawkins are among th.
visitors In Boston this week. Jlrs. B. O.
Stone is visiting at her old home In
Harvard, Mass., this week. Thirty-two
ticki ts were sold from this station for
Boston Tuesdiy morning. Jllss Kate
Chaffee began her vacation of two weeks
from her duties In the Northern Telephone
exchange Tuesday. She H In Boston tilth
week. Mrs. O. W. HuMen and son, Orloff.
visited Jlrs. Ilolden's son, W, B. Holden.
at Jordan Hall, St. Albans, Tuesday.
Jlr. nnd Mrs, K, S. Dean and niece, Jllss
Jessie Strickland, of Calr.i, Ohio, visited
at Fred Wilson's last week.-Mrs. L.
Scott of Burlington Is visiting Mrs.
Deborah linker. The "ladies of the Con
gregational Church will serve their annual
chicken pie .supper next Wedncsdiy
evening. October 16, firm six until eight
at the parish house. Orrln J.ickman Is
visiting friends In Worcester. Mass.-Mr.
and J!ts. A. Jt. Wheeler and .Mrs. Hello
Harris left for Boston on tho excursion
Tuesday. Tho Rev, Jlr. Hood of Boston
spoke In tho Congregational Church last
Sunday evening In the Interest of work
among foreigners In this country.
Guy Billings has gone to Keen, N.
H., where ho has a position M F
Ryan has moved lo tho Blckncll tenc-
Smlth Is engaged In Addison, Chittenden
and Grand Isle counties superintending
the apple business of Nix Bros., Nen
York. Jlrs K. B. Williams ar 1 snn,
Charles, ate -visiting in jurst iti-e
Henry K. Falrchlld has pone on a trip M
NfW Yolk. Miss winterooinam -is
returned tn Chicago.
A. A. Dj-lngton lias returned f'-nm 1 " -
capo, wnoie ne wi-iu wuu t n-m.
Miss Charlotte Byinpton Mrs. K. 11.
Smith Is the delegate to th. . 'nvc 'wn
at Jhinchester. The othets at: idr- are-
Miss Anna Byington, Mrs. v N 3s well,
Mr and Jlrs. L. B. .Mce. m s 1- tj
Williams, Lewis Dein. -.Mr.-
' fr -d
Lf w s
- y sj
Farr and Jllss Kmma i. 1 rw
going to NcUhhampton. t.-i.m t rt
Leavenworth afterwards p-" - '
Haven. Corn., far a f w w
George R. Ponse Is with J
and family. -Mrs Stanto-
son, Russell, have return-d frv. I
Rally day services of thi Su '
were largelv attended. Mr. O C I
is visiting In Schenectady. N 1
Sadie Hnrrinpton of Burir g
ing at L. B. McNeil's for a f-w .
Jlrs. Willis Farr and ! .1 1
hnpton si" nt P.iturUns '
potato crip has turned o--.'
general thing. Con-Iderabl-uncut,
the harvest having bi
by the rains. W. N. Rott Is
T. Holmes in his apple har
Boardman Is helping Sm th Bro' cri-
Snloi A. Lewis has flnUhrd r 1 r- in
his farm barns. Julius J. JI et'e re
mains about the same
, 1 0
Or ,y as a
vr s t
hir I red
' c p ag C,
ts Vv II
Jlr. and Mrs. Jlark Thorn,')? m have
been entertaining reiativ. - r 1- '-i
Henry, N. Y.. and I'-' Ha re, JI "i -
Jllss Jen ib' Thompson, tea
Sutton dlstilct. Jiive a i e
ontertalnincnt In the s'!i . -i
nesday Oct 2.
Peve-al of the young !' '
hurne entei t lined ttie r t-. 1
Woodman's hall Fndnj
Coult of Kssex Center Is ' . -brother.
Jlrs. Knos Don.- 1 -
turned from visiting her - 1
itampshlre. Mr aid Mrs. G -
Jr.. have returned from t .1
trip. Jllss JIary A. Blaii'li
burgh visited her aunt, Mt
rington, 11 few daya last
r s 'l
t'.i w -dd S
ni of Fcrr
- J) ill II ir
w-1 k r1 r (
will be a sociable at tlio Pa mcr s roo)
house this evening. A c a
of 13sse Junction returned In roc at' r
spending .1 few days here Jlrs. John
JIcKonzIo remain about the same
The Ladles' Improvement society met
with .Mis. F R- Stodiiaril Tuesuay a" r-
noon. S. O. Kelley has sold h s farm tc
Jlrs. Sails and moved his fan- ly In") J
B. Dubuc's tenement house. Mrs Ana
S. Allen was tho guest of her broOirr and
wife Saturday and Sunday
Dr. nnd .Mrs. F. R. Stoddard went U
St. Johnsbury Wednesday aftem wn tc
ft tend tho meeting of the State Medical
society. They will return Friday Jlr,
and Jlrs. W. W. Irish and Mr and Jlrs.
IJ V. Goodsell entertained the members
ot Ia Plotte club nnd tin ,r wives at
the club rooms Tuesday evening -Jlrs.
W. R. Turner, John Turner and JI ss
Harriet Turner returned to Montreal on
Tuesday after spending some time with
relatives here. Jllss Jennie K IU'd ot
Ferrlsburgh visited filer. Is lee on
Tuesday. Albert Wlckson Is rvit'iml to
his homo by a disabled foot An am
rutatlon of one of tho toer Is feared to
lie necessary. Service w'll be hi Id at,
Trinity Church on Sunday mn,-ni"fr al
10:30.-Jlrs. John Jlack'e of JI ntreal
has been visiting her p ir, nt Mr. and
Jlr. D. T. Irish.
Jlr. and Mr V. B Jt - ' bf r irv
spending a f-w div H 1. ' ' "'1
Jlr. Mnconibe; 1- attend k i ,e reun ou
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