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THE IUTRLIiNGTGN KJtElfi PRESS : THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1.107.
4 HAPPENINGS IN VERMONT (Continued from 3rd Page.) GEORGIA Chmhs Ilrown of the Oakland creamery had Ills linml and wrist badly hurt on Aloi.di liy having his -leovo caught In tlip machinery. Stltclios wore taken In tin- hand nnil the linn dressed by Dr, Hronnnn Anions; those who left Tor Hos ton on Tuesday wore: William and Liulsa. Hu'lnrd, Clarence Newton, Miss Hortha, Nowlon. Mrs. Hiittto Ooulil and Helen Gould and Mr. and Mrs, Augustus Hush nod On Sunday night at the Methodist Church the Rev. William C. Clark gave, nil lluistialed lecture on the Hawaiian islands. He siioko of the lustory of the islands, Co development politically nnd ril f.1oii-ly, and of Ihe need of missionary woik there The I! v. O. C. AleDougall film shed the lantern and was very ably as.i..ted bv Mr. Clark. At the close of the lecture the choir sang ' The Ninety and Sin, which was beautifully Illustrated on the canvas. It Is expected that the Hev O. C. MoDougall of this place and the Tlev Will am C. Clark of Lyndon will exchange pulpits next Suuday.-D.inlel Italian! and Mis. Hattle Could recently v sited their brother, Honjaintn Hallard, In Himrhanivllle. Mrs. Alson Wood and Wcdo Abel! returned to their homes during the last week from the St. Albans lio-rl'il -The Victor social nl the Hev. C. W Clark's last week Tuc-oliy evening, f-'vin by the Congres; illonnl Sunday . loot, was we!! attended. --Miss l'earl J! Dmi'-all is visiting her brother, the Rev G. C. AleDougall. SW ANTON. I). Noyes Hurton started for Kansas Tuesday to look utter bis extensive rntuh Interests. II. W. Smith nnd wife have none to Hoston. Miss Franc I'nrsoii.i bar. returned from Winchester, M. . -where she bus been with her sister for several weeks. K. K. I'lnco is sending carload of horses to Hos-' ton this week. Jerry Htissey of Wil liamsburg, Kans., Is the guest of Ills nirce, Mrs. AV. K. Tobln. Work on the water system is piogresslng fairly well. The pipe line is now very near Fairfield pond. Owing to continued high water in MlssNipiol river tho or iginal plan of laying wooden piping under the river bed lias been abandon ed and a specially constructed Iron pipe will be used lnstend, the sections being Wilted together under water by dlv rs It was expected that the wood en pipes could lie laid In sections by means of coffer dam and an attempt mmln In do SO. but OWlllg to tile was grent c ould quantity not keep of tho sand the pumps water down. HIGH GATE CENTER. n G. Furman of Swanton, was in town on business Monday. Mrs. William L. f base and son Francis, of Lyme, N. H., ore visiting at the home of Mrs. O. 1.. fitlmets. Mr. and Mrs. J. (!. Patterson and daughter Annie, and -Miss Glady.s ictd. were In Frelolghshiirg, 1'. Q., over Sunday, visiting Mr. and Mrs. K. II. Hun- ie-. Mrs. If. L. Drury of Swanton was the guest of Mrs. Kmma I'lace, over Sun day. C W. Steel left Saturday night for a two weeks trip to New York, Washing ton. D. C. and Jamestown, Va. Far! Cross returned Saturday from New Vork Pltv. where he has T.-en vis'ting Ills brother Fred Cross. Miss Annie F. Rut- ler returned Saturday night from Sugar Hill. N. II.. where she has been spending the. summer. Miss Hattle Stlmets is visit ing relatives in Hoston, Mass. 11. J.. Sheltus has leased his farm to Charles Royor, and will soon move his family to this village where they occupy their house on Canada street. ENOSBURGH. F. L. Kenfleld Is repairing his mill. He was In Montpeller Friday where he nurehnsed a mill carriage from the Lane company Herbert Hessey has gone to RUrko this week. John F. Stevens Is 111 with a hard cold. Hubert Smith Is tick. Mr, and .Mrs. Schuyler Stevens went to St Albans Tuesday. The Christian Rndouvnr society will meet at tho Haptlst Church at Fast Knosburg, M'ss Helle Teveyaw leads on Thursday evening. AIlss Kuth Field from Iowa Is Hie guest of her friends and c1nsmat Miss Grace Kent who is passing ,-i few weeks w.'h her parents at the parsonage. - Mrs, Ramos of Hakersfleld is visiting i r brothrr, Hopkins Hlce. Mrs. Hattle L. Nichols and daughter, Miss Mary -Nichols returned from Rutland Friday evening, where they had been visiting their une'.e. Charles Stevens. Mrs. A A. Ttaymorc noonmp iniod her nephew J,oo Llbbey to St. Albans Saturday wheie she goes to make her homo this winter with her slstei, Mrs. John Lib bey Harry Kidder has rented the farm of Mrs. Haymore and moved there October 1. Ernest Murray Is negotiating for the purchase of the H. H. F.ldred farm. MONTGOMERY CENTRE. C. J. Ibnway and wife are making an ex ended isit In Klmnri.-C. M. Foley lamed two of his lingers very badly re cently. Ne'son Ar Hall i'o. are building t, new barn on the Campbell farm. ! B. Campheli ha bought or Minnie Cur rier her house at the font of Mnln St. and moved Into tlu same Chrales Touehottn lias returned from WonnsoiUii, It. I where he has b'en the past summer.--I . A- Hoe of the Knosburg Standard was in town Monday. Mrs, Loube Morse, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C Dezntelle died at the iiome of ber jiarents Saturday last agfd " years Funeral services were heard Monday at tho Cntholle Church of which the deceased was a member, the pastor, the Rev J. A. Cote ofilelatlng. Mrs. Morse was of A genial disposition and had a large num ber of friend. Rimer T. Owen has bought of Samuel Hossln his farm. I! II, Marcy, A. A. Hushford, C. A, Gnr- yne nnd C. T. Hall are taking In the ox- Hirslon to Iioslon, SWANTON CENTER. Several firm this vicinity aie attend Ing the Statu Christian Rndeuvor conven tion at Swanton. J. T, Gntllu and wife visited In Sheldon over Sunday. Tim early arrival of migrating birds that nested far north, Is thought by some to herald an early approach of winter. The kinglets, jnncos, myrtle, warblers, whlte- crowned and Whlto throated sparrows, all late eonifr.s have been seen In largo numbers In this vicinity for a week MONTGOMERY. The. "V, II. M. S. gnvo a tea last. week nt Mrs. W. CI. Mansfield's, Herbert Smith has moved to tho farm recently purchased f Charles L. Clnpp, dr Clapp lias moved to tho Lewis Shovor placo anil Mr. Shover has moved to tho Hradford plneo. Nelson Henolt has moved from Hast Hill ,to Mrs. Jerry Murray's house. Norman Lumbrci has moved to tho farm ho recontly pur chased of William Jewntt, formerly occupied by Mr. Lumbra's father, Mrs. A. II, Truax from Massacliusntts I is visiting In town. Mrs, Truax is thu I wife of a former pastor of tho Meth FAIRFAX rhe citizens around Heaver wero cnlled out Monday night to hunt for a lost child. Tho threo-year-old child of Mrs Kvelln Mnrtln of Hurllngtou, who Is visiting nt Frank Coutermarsh's was asleep. About fi p. m. Mrs. Cott tei marsh nnd Mrs. Mnrtln went to tho burn and were gone about 20 inlnutei. When they nuno back they found tho child gone. They hunted and llnnlly culled for the help of tho neighbors and after hunting the farm nnd build ings over nnd about to glvo up It was learned Hint some women had left a child with Mrs. Carrie Hcwoy. It proved to be the lost child. WIlotllT the child was taken Tor a Joko or not bus not been learned. The meadows are covered with water and tho roads are badly washed In places, A pr.iyor meeting will be held Friday evening at the home of Fdwln Strait. t, W. Harris spent a week with friends In Hutland county Those who went on the excursion to Hoston were Mr. nnd Mrs. Herbert Shepanl-in, Arson Hlck e.ielt Mis N. (l. Sen well a ud Mrs. J. S. Ilownnl. Hrrt Hollows commenced work on the foundation to bis big barn Mon day. Levi Goodrich has reijted II. S. Ffford's farm.-Henry norden has bought the Levi lloodrlch pl.ice. All of H. H. Snfford's family are getting better. Peter Trombly hns bought the Joseph Cox place at Sanderson Corners. Lewis Sheltra hns sold his lot at the falls to It, M. Hillard. The hearing of fleorge St. Pierre and Amies Lumnn October It was held before Cuy Start of St. Albans. They were bond up under KM. bonds ench to nppeai- before the jrrand juror. C, F. St. Pierre has taken possession of the ("tore he bought a few weeks n'to. Ceorge Minor has bought the Irving Learned mendow of 11. M. Kalian!. -Ceorge Ken fleld vlsit-d Ills sister. M.-.-". Abide Ken flcld, last week. C. C. Cillclt" received his papers Siturday f'-om Washington ap pointing hlni postmaster. He will move the office Into the Mudgett store. Mrs. Purmont Tabor is visiting fib nils In Oorgla. Pert Hellnw was In Harton last week on business, II. M. Hallard went to Hnkerslk'd October ?, nnd got the remains of J. P., P ekorson, who died at the poor house. He brought them to North Fairfax for burial. Now that you have your coal nnd wood In, the next thing something to hum them In, we have It In the "Stewart" ranges or "Stewart" Oiks, also in the Itound Oak" Steel Ilango nnd "Hound Oak" heaters. If you ate thinking of an oil beater, we have the best the "Perfec tion." Call nnd see them at C. C. Al fred's. C. II. Hrusli received notice that his brother-in-law. Newton Wells of ir gin'a. was de-id aril that his body was on too wav to Kiiriav lor ouriai. i u- funeral will he h Id at the Methodist Hnlscopal Church Friday Oct. U at one o'elork p. m. The burial will be In the Sanderson Corners cemetery . EAST BERKSHIRE. Mrs. H. I'. Steven of St. Albans re turned to her home Tuesday after vis iting several days In thlsplaee. Miss Flora lneb or Aieindnes Fulls Is visit llltr Miss Crnee Iloue. The Hev. and Mrs. C. J. Peterson. Miss Grace House ami Miss Flora Wln b wero In Swan- ton Tuesday and Woilnosdny attending the State Christian Fndeavor eonven Hon. The annunl men's chicken pr supper will take place In tho vestry f the Congregational Church, October 24. Mrs. n. 1 1. Lawton of Fairfax, who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. II. O. Vincent, returned home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. CJ. F. Marcy went to Hoston Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge Vincent will move next web It to Nortli Knosburgh to the farm of C. II. Straton which they havo rented for the coming year. BAKERSFIELD. Mrs. Alberta Watson is visiting friends in Huck Hollow for a few days. A son was born to the Hev. and Mrs. o, C, tewart, Oct. 3. -Mr. and Mrs. Claience St. John of West Berkshire visited friends in town several days recently. Palmer Leach, a Civil War veteran and life oig resident of tills town, died Wed nesday, Oct. 2 after an Illness of several weeks. The funeral was held from the house on the following Friday. Miss Louie Jamison of the Johnson Normal school visited friends In town Sunday and Monday. EAST HIGHGATE. Mrs. Susan Chowen, who has been pass ing several months at the bome ol o. h. Hixford returned to New Vork list week. V. 11. Nye reports a larce poi ito crop. One of the largest potatoes weights three pounds. Herman lmi. pav-d Sunday with relatives In Falrlleld. Mr. and Mrs. W. J, Nye linvo gone to M issnehusetts wnere they will nave employment. an s. W. H, Crulskshank of Hsset, N. V., Is passing a ffw days with her sister. Mrs, F. W. Cornell. Mis, Llzz.e Hc;ford has returned from a to friends at Shel don Junction. rcthol Lemnah. who has been III for several montns is improv ing. Mrs. Lorenzo illch of Hlghgate Center visited Friday at tho home of F. I. Marsh. HIGHGATE SPRINGS. array of gifts, Mr, nnd Mrs. Horskln loft for Montr al. After November lli they Will bo at home Hi Franklin. I''. W. Draper Is having a gasoline en gine nnd a Rmalley enllage cutter and blower Installed on the Kimball farm. The site Is completed and ho expects to begin filling it the first of tho week. -The opening dance In the series lnatigitrute.il under the ausp'ees of the band was held In Foresters hall Friday evening. John Campbell of Littleton, N. II., Is with his p, 'touts, Mr. mil Mrs. A. Campbell, for a whlle.-Heorge A. FMi of Hoston Is visit ing his cousin, John Fish. J. O. (Initios, who Ins been In Cambridge the past we, k. lelurncil home Saturday. Mrs. A. A. Itnymore hns tented her farm hero and left Siturday for St. Albany where sho will pass the winter with her brnthor-ln-lnw, J. Llbbey. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Maivll, Mrs, F, W. Draper and daughter, Mls Lucy Draper wero In Hurllngton S iturday.-C. W, Houghton of Putnam Is in charge of the mall route through here while John Sheridan Is taking a vncatlon Miss Grace Slater of Strlnghurst, 111. Mslled Miss Ibjlle C. Stone a few days last week Mr. and Mrs. K. F. Green Wood, who left on nn automobile, two weeks ago for a trip In Orleans county. returned by train Saturday. Mrs. M. P. P' rley returned from Newport Monday after n few days p.ised with Mrs. M. P. Chaffee. A, Gairln , San have taken the con tract of Powell .1- Comings to do the ma sonry work on the now block they are to erect In the burned district at Hlch ford. Gyles Sayles of Hlchmond was In town Monday. Lawrence Hail of Granby, Que., has been passing a few day.s with his sister, Mrs. K. 1 1, Farrel! - William Cool; and Sarah Krwln were married In St. John Hapll"t Cbitreh Mondiy morn ing, the Hev. M. S. o'Donncll nlli-ititlnc. - son was hern to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pordo Ha'urd'iy. J. M. Huiter was In Morrlsvllle Morday.-The Hev. F. H While left Monday for the State Sunday school convention In Manchester. Htlln to the tltnoutlt of 1.0.1 Inebes fell here during Monday night. W. D. M - Clnllln visited in the home of 'lis brother-in-law. M. P. I'erley, Monday. With Mrs. McClnllln nnd dauglitir, Mildred, they left Wednesday for their home In Los Angeles, Cul. W, G. Ma son went to Swanton Wednesday. Misses Grace Slater of Ktronghiirst, III., returned to Hlchford Tuesday if tor a week passed In the family of M P. Perb y. Mrs. .1. M. Jeffords went to Harre Mondav to attend the meeting of the Newyingland branch of the Wo- exhibit. Mrs, man s Foreign .Missionary society, .urs. II N. Kimball and daughters, Misses Lena and Hazel, went Tuesday to at tend the same meeting. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Fairbanks and daughter. Miss Flta. are in Hoston this week. Mr. and Mrs. K. O. Mltlguy and son of Hurllngton have been passing a few days In town among family friends. Miss Kva Laflame, who has been In St Albans for the post two months, has returned to her home. Kli N Jndd In visiting friends In the vicinity of lios ton this weel:. S. Hurl left for Hos ton Tuesday afternoon. ISLE LA MOTTE. lleliert Jarvls has moved from Cliazy tho islnncl. William Iiop ami boo Tames were homo from Swanton over Sundny.-Miss Joe Ixmglleld has returneu to Plntlshurgh. Mls.s Jennie liursi nan irone to Hollows Falls for the winter. Hnll.v Day exercises were observed at the Methodist Church Sunday morning. Tho Church was prettily di corated. Mrs. Fred Fortune In very poorly at present. Carroll Trombly has gone to berrls- bur-h for n few weeks In tbo appio business. Mrs. Genie Pike and son nave moved back to the Island. There will be a box social at Allen linns ni) evening for the benefit of the pastor. Mrs. Fred Fortune Is very poorly. H. W. ALLEN y CO. Silk s. LAMOILLE COUNTY. , STOWE. The senior class of Stove high school will have a social at the Memorial titlini inc ltaimuet hall on Friday evening October 11. Pvorri-osslvp whlHt nlld other games will he ployed nnd retteshinents will be served. This Is the first of a herles of entertainments !v which the class hope to raise funds for a tilp to Washington and it Is hoped that the townspeople will glvo Hum a generous patronage. Tho next ente-taininciu, n be a Hallowe'en party. The high school bovs are renovntlnc- the town ball In preparation for basket hi." soon be organized with manager. A. J. Houston returnfd Stockton, Cul., where he been 111 with a fever. Mi Is visiting in Hurllngton Most WortLy Silks. Correct for any and every occasion tire a leading specialty n son AVnrren Pike at his hrmr o J una oi PI in - liell went excursion. s How Hoston v i id W. di.- M 1 1. lb .i th ere. A team will Allen Hrown, Friday from has recently . Snluli Weeks ml Wlnoo-dil.-- Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Stockv ami onin:n- ter of Heilln visited Mr. -".d Mrs. b. 11. Warieii Saturday and S Mrs. H. C. Harrows and risvllle were In Stone K. F. Kusscll lias been I past week on neeount " i Lou'jli it is an undeniable fact that prices Lave materially advanced in many quarters, it is equally true that this Store has never offered better or more attractive values and certainly never such complete gathering of latest effects in fashion. Brilliant Satin Messal inc especially made to meet tne rc quirements of latest fashions in eveninrf dresses. Pure Silk, rick lookind. lustrous, beautiful, stiown suck as Ivory, Pink, Light Blue, and Black. Satin BaLbctt- ln full assortment of col colors. WATERVILLE. Dr, Mnnrlce was In Hurllncton on Thc day. Harlej Mure spent srvrral da last week In St. Johnsbiiry Luk" Pott t Is nttendlng the Grand Inlge of (! 1 Templprs nt Mnrshflold this y ' k Arthur Warren and bis mother, Mm Daniel Warren of Fnlrlbld it'd M and Mrs. DnrvM Morgan hi w k Jerry Lanenu hns moved f-om W' I ,i Canada and Is "topp'ng w'th j- r Id nry.-Mr. Kn ly Gill it. , i i in veiy for bio hcitth tor 1 ivcfhi Is slowly re ov ring. - M IT Mum W T Smith, Fre-1 hnrnh and iinuivr. M, 1 and Hlmer Lunh nre rprndug 'V wei In Ho 'ton. Mrs. Join Lir br.i d daughter Mildred nte visit1 ic ' i,r Manchester, N. II., ami Mr Iliown Is visiting a diiughtei r ,i r at Nashua, N, II. Mrs. rj, urn. M of Hrushton, N. Y Is - .a h r mother Mrs. Henry Smith. MORRISVILLE. reception The and baiifi T 1 -Nf 13 I night given bv Mount Vf uuvenuer, iiais, icu, vv iniu v e - . . . , . , . ...... iy inches Wide, nrice 10 cents, anniversary of the ml ulav. Mr, and family of Mor over Sunday. Wateibury the the illness of No ma'ter how bad a cut or sore vou have. If It Is curablo Hill's Golden Oil will do the business. 19-1, cod w. GRAND ISLE COUNTY, his sister nnd her husbnr.l. Mr. nnd Mrs. i;. G. Culver. Henry f" ,-tcr of West llranch Is recovering from nn acute at tack of ni pendleltls. Mi ' V. L. Hlod gott of Hyde Park Is vl ting friends In Stowe. State Commission' r Thomas re turniil Friday from Wk'i ltlver .Tun. tlon well pleased with th. result of tho fish and gnmo exhibit nt the State fair. The nnuirlttm attracted much attention and mndo nn Interesting and instructive George GIMis nnd Miss Tessle Glhbs were In Witerbury Satur day. The Misses Stnckwell and Nelson of the graded school' visited in Johnson over Sunday. D. It. Smith Is on crute- , s from having a horse step on his foe' A bone In the instep was broken. A 1 1 ughler horn on October fi to Mr. ami Mrs. II. W. Ghapln died at birth -W. W. Hous ton of Vermont Fnl i'Mty was at homo over Sunday. Miss Harbara Hurt returned on Mondav from a two weeks' vl.lt in Oardiur. Mass. Dr. F. II. Morgan, field seei.tary of Ion's Herald, .preached at the Methodist Kpiscopal Church on Minday evening. M West llranch Church on Sunday afternoon the Hev. .1 i- Angell ad ministered the rite of '.aptlsin to Mrs. H. S. Hillings and ' er sisters, tho Misses Polly anil 1 linn Gale. Miss Sylvia Holt ot N w Hochello has passoil a few days with her grand- Anotkcr trilliant, soft finisked Silk, cm- employed extensively this Season amonrj tkc leading Paris dress makers in connection with Cloths to produce latest effects in fash ion. Shown in full collection of both light and dark colors. 20 inches wide, price $ 1.20. Satin Radium For the handsome evening or reception gown. One of the most fashionable as well as most beautiful Silk fabrics produced, shown m full assortment of most fashionable light and dark colors. 42 inches wide, price $1.90. Crepe de Chcne- -Alway3 fashionable and never disappoint ing m any particular, assortment of fashionable Dcrviceat Full blc. effective, inexpensive. i 1111 colors and black. 24 inches wide, price $1.00. Black Satjn Ondynat One of the leading and most wanted black Silks of this season, entirely new, brilliant Satin finish, wear guaranteed. 22 inches wide, price $1.25. SERVISILK. severest Have a -ki 1 . o.-11. L..M. t 1 .1 n iiessaunc jiik duuc ror service. w ill stanu tne tests. You simply cannot tear it by any wearing strain, your next Wa ist or Gown made of "Scrvisilk." You will not have the unfortunate experience of finding your silk split or torn after it has been worn once or twice. Order by the name "Servisilk. It is woven in the selvage, Full collection of colors. 24 inches wide, price 75 cents. Fancy Plaid Silks in fifty different designs especially wanted us season for waists to be worn with the tailored Coat or Skirt. 75 cents, $1.00 and $1.25 per yard. Dr. and Mrs. Applegate have town Tuesday for Nnrragantett Pler.--Si'r lees wyi be held at tl'.e Union r'Um-eb boo Sunday b the Hev. K .S. Siuue of iwanton. Dr. Charles MacHrnicy Is a guest at the Franklin Hou.sc, Miss .Julia peleison left town Suinlav for Isnon where rhe will spend a few davs then go to Providence. Mi. W. S. Hit hard son and daughter Kathleen went to Quebec last week. On their return Miss Itlehardson will stop nv;r for a few days The hunters are onjnyli ,i good shoot ing si asou many ducks helng shot each day. SHELDON. Krnest Proper of this town and Hosanna Hayiuo of Hlghgate were mar ried yesterday at the Methoili.-t parsonage by the Hev. A. G. Austin. ENOSBURGH PALLS. A very pretty weddini' w is solemnized Wednesday evening Ocu her 2 lu the Methodist Chunli at the hamlet of South Franklin when Howard Wilder Horskln and Sophia Hutli Towlo were married, The cemniony was performed by the Hev. S. H, Smith of Jtoehester, an uncle o; tun groom, me ring service being used. The church wus very taste fully trimmed tho color sohrenn being green, whlto and pink. Dow Hutler of Hurllngton was best man and Miss F.lva Towle, a sister of t ho bride, was maid nf honor. Tho bride was gowned In ivhlto landsdowii and carried a phnwer bocriet ot whlto tweet peas. Tho maid ot honor woro dotted muslhi over pink nnd carried pink sweet peas. Tho ring girls were Misses Hitlh Towlo and Mnrjnile Horskln, The ushers wero Harry V. Draper, Dr. II, A, Whitney of Hur llngton, S, C, Towlo and C. A, Stanley. C. Fuller Hawson of llils place, who had charge of the decorating, presided nt the organ and rendered some fclcctlnns while tho guests wero arriving and Iho wedding mm oh from "Lohengrin" when tho bridal part( entered. Thoro was no reception though many visited tho bride's home and Inrpecltd tho beautiful SOUTH HERO. The npjile crop Is very good In South Hero this year. Several apple growers have sold their apples for a good price, while manv are holding their fruit. Miss Gertrude Donovan and friends of Kssex were the guests of Mrs. Donovan Sunday Frank White nf Hoston Is visit ing his parents Mr. and Mis. lMward White D-. Carnn has moved Into his new house which Is nearly completed. It l considered one of the most up-to-date houses In town. Arthur Hoblnsnn of Hoston was In town Sunday. Lee Ho, kwell el Plattsburgh was the guest of Mr. and Mis. Fdson Hoblnsnn Sundav. Mr. IJrry preached Sunday at the Cnn gi i gatln'ia! Church In the place of Hev. Mr. Alb n. who Is awav on a vacation. Forty-two people attended the Iidh s' Ah! society nt Mrs. Lutun Allen's W'ed- iif dav. Smith Hrooks of St. Albans and II. C. McNall and daughter of Mil ton were guests of Mrs. Kibbe Allen r' eentl v. The remains of the Infant ch'ld of Air. and Mrs. Hurr IIollls of Winooskl wore brought heio Thuisday for burial. ALBURGH CENTER. Mr. and Airs. Herman F.ldred nre visit ing In Mslme The I.tdles' Aid society met with Mrs. Jones last week, John Mullen of Swanton Is the guest of his ni, ee, .Mrs. Hoy KoeKwoii. Sidney Huten- Ins passi d Sunday here with his parents. -Wayiv Tatro or Nortli Hero was in tiiwi. Sand iy. Captain nnd Mrs. Loron F. kwel! b ive leturned to their home for the w'nlir. Mr. Hhoades of Mooers, N. ., is In town. SOUTH ALBURGH. Among the sick In this Icmlty are Mrs, Janus O'Nolt, Mrs. Melboru Hazeti Warren 1' iquette and tho little son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hutehlns. The lal ter continues to be dangerously III. Addle l'rquetto of Hurllngton, Howaid O'Nei! of North Hero and Karl ('teller of Alburg Springs spent Sunday with tin Ir parents.-John Hlalr spent Monday In Chany, N. V. Milan and IClmer Hasten leturned Saturday night from u two weeks hunt In the Adirondack?, mother, Mrs. accompanied Mrs. M. A. from a visit tended some tlonal liberal lted relatives in Woodstock. Mrs. Morrlsvllle visiter Mr. and Mrs. Monday on an elude a visit t.i N. II.. and also C. O. Hurt r Holton mountain C. F. M Taber. Sho was by Mi Abble Hurt. Jennov i etui ned Friday to Bns" n. where she at meetii - - of the Interna congi -.s. She also vls- T.iw-oll, Mass., and Henry Sanborn if in Stowu Inst week. .v. II. Maeuteha.ni left it Ing which will in telatlves in F.rttlold, ,i. Hoston. tinned Tuesday from where Mr. Dowart of St. Albans Is sin ber property and and high watei heavy rains. T' , cinity nre high . program for tie by the senior el i Ing the Hurt's tlm h ports a snow storm from the continuous streams In this vi ed rising fast. Tho sociable to be given s of high school on GRAND ISLE. The L idles' Aid of Grand Isle mot Thursday with .Jr. and Mrs. H. W Luld for dinner. 'Mis. Dlivo Hoblnsnn Samson dlid veiy suddeiilv Friday Oct. 4th nf neuralgia of tho heirt. Mrs. Sam was born In Grand Isle in ls:. She was tb widow of the Into Daniel Simeon, most worthy who and mother, a kindly neighbor and filind, a descendant of tho old Quaker H"k of Grand Isle, a grand daughter o Wynnn Chniu'ierlaln, one of the llrst settlers and one of the founders of tho Quaker church in Gnind Isle. Her fuiieml was largely attended from her lato home Sunday afternoon. The Hev. O. L. Story ofllelati d. Sho In survived by two isters. Mrs. Maria lrUli of Milton and Mrs. Hslher McDivon of Grand Isle Miss Julia T iblas nf Hoston died suddenly Friday evening nt tho borne nf her brother C. K. Tobias of Grand Isle. Her funeral was held at her brother's house Sunday afternoon, .tho Hev. Mr. White olllclatlng. The Interment was In the old Quaker burying ground. She is survived by one brother, Charle. B. Tobias. John Hoss ofNow York Is vlstllnir his fatlmr. Mr. Hoss. and Ills slsteri Miss Jesslo and Airs, W. S. Pearl .MIss F.vn Hvdo of North Hero visited over Sunday nt Mrs, A. M. lllbbard's celled here bv tho death of Julia Tobias --Miss Jxdsi Cameron of Hurllngton visit ed at 11, Ffford's and T. S. Gordon's over Sundny. Mrs. llnnnah Macomber lias received word that her sou Merrlt Van tlno was not as seriously Injured as at (list reported. Stephen Hoag Is seriously 111. Miss Dawn lloag Is home from Wall Ingford, where she has been for sveral weeks nursins Friday evening will not Include whist as at tlrst Intend d, 1 ut other progres sive games will he played and refresh ment will be i I diiightrr was born on October 1. to .Mr and Mrs. A. C. Oakes. At tr auction j-ale on Sat urday of the proper! v of John nnd Louis Lntouehe the pii-oonal property mil live stock excepting the horses were sold, c. N. Adams purchasing tlu sheep, and Nelson stygles eleven head of the cattle. The farm was not sold. Among those trolng en the annual fall excursion ti. Hos'en are Mr. and Mrs. II. H. Shaw Mr. and Mrs. C. A Illley, Mrs. Cora Vi arren and Miss Avis Vcnrren ii' l Mr". Hmlly Fuller Fred Cnmpleli Clyde Nelson. Mrs. V. C. Hnl, k. w io has been 111 for two weeks ahle to sit up a part the time. Mm j. F Gerry return ed Monday fioin a ls.lt in Hairo. Mr. and Mrs. li wep- i'arker visited rel ntlves In llarto" last mek. Alt. Mans Held Juvenile T. -aple will meet at 2:. I p. m. on Satur,l.' at Mrs. H. K. Stiaw's. It will bo a t-'i'.lie meeting nnd all are cordially lnvlt, ,l -Matthew Hobson of Snlem, Alass, hiu Joined Airs. Hobson and daughter In re for a few days Alls. IO. S. Hllltngn nnd Airs. J. M. Downer nnd d uighter, Nancy, who hnre spent the summer in Stowe, leave Thursday for Si heneeiadv. N. Y. All Downer will vi-lt frbods ill Proctor on llio way. Among those ntlemling the Stnte conventions this week ire Jesse .Moody, delegate from Stowi Lodge, 1, O. c, -p. to til" grand lodgo sesalon In Marshileld. Mis. F. A. Hlnil gett from the Aletho'lst Fplscopal Sunday school io the Sunday school convention nt M inehester Airs. Abide Warren from the christian Kndeavur society to the i, invent ion at Swanton EDEN. The Doreas society will have a social and oyster Hiipi,.-r at tb ' Mills Chuivh October JR. A. K. Sargent and llt'.lo boys were In St. .lohnslmry Saturday to consult ii pbv.-.clnn about little Carl who has ber n hnvlnir trouble about hearing. They mo to g to Hurling ton for an opcntlon. ih trouble be ing a false triuwth In Ills thront. Tho Hev. C. II. Cnoleilgo hns been engaged ti preach In IMen another year. Pete Shatney lins sohl bis farm to Orlln Lunt. The y. i. . c. II. social was suceens. On aci ount of the wet weath er the crop of potatoes Is rottlne iliilte badly. BELVIDERE. n Mrs. A. Al. Shattuck has left her home for a few weeks stiiv with her son, , 11. Shattuck of Host Fiirllcld. C. Coburn has live childien '!' whoop ing cough.- drover Potter from Kur llngtllll Visile,! 1U narents. Alt', and Airs, C. W. potter over Sunday. Walter Clark fnmi CamSldge as a business visitor hi town. Ho has purchased a Mimll house here of (J. ft, smith of Morrlsvllle, will move it soon to C.l nibrlilge, O, H McCuhi, C. y ii.oier liave childien 111 with whooping eoiich. Fred Hums ,.nt nolle seriously huvt while skldiliie; logs in Campbell H. W. ALLEN & CO. nods. The Infant son of Curtis Tillot- on dud with wnooping cougn i-raiay the 4th. Air. and Airs. Henry Manchester lted at Airs. A. At. Shatttick's Satur day the 5th. Vernal Colburn Is at woik for Fro Wood. HYDE PARK The house and barns on the Dawson AleGregor place, about three miles nortli nf this village, were deslped by lire last Saturday nlglit. Air AleGregor went to Grand Island Saturday morning, leav ing his son. a boy about ir, years of age, and a young daughter and a housekeep In charge. About six o'clock the boy went to the barn to do the chores and the . lantern went out. In trying to relight it . tho match burned his lingers and ho dropped it, the same setting lire to some hay. The lad went nt once for Mime water, but before ho returned the flames had spread and he could not etlngu sh them. An alarm was g'ven, lilt It wis Impossible to save the buildings. There was no live slo-k in the b irn, ire cau:. not having been put In. me n"gs eie got from the hog pen and m ,t of the farming tools were saved. All ot the household furniture was taken out and the d-eiM and windows taken fion the burning building. The nu'ldinas were large and substantial and In fair repair. Tho insurance Is undei stood to be In tin- ne'ghborhond of S.i.niVl. Alias Hlond Seymoro spent last Sunday with her friend, AIHs Little, at Shol fin Springs. Mrs. I'.. W. Hulburd spoilt a few di.-- recently with friends In Hur linglon. Krwln L'lley Is putting up al Iv-uso and will nil 1 e next numm"r. Mr. and .Mrs. C. A. Kaigiil nave cioscu their reider.co on P-ispect pla'-e nnd started Tuesd iy f-r Hie est. u. .-i. liierd has sold his bouse on Al i. i Mioet to Fc!,' Gammer an'i v -n m" i hiiseu. The Catholics will have an oys ter si'ppei al inn gym on ' i-'. -'" of th's week.-Halpl! lleoo, toe -ins win. taton agent, spent Sunday at nl hon lu Ji ITi rsonvinc .riniir iieeii, u-ie-u fr'ends in llardwlel: last Suuil iy.-N'eyes Wood, who has been In Chicago for sev eral weeks, leturned home last i n.i i;.-, Air. nnd Airs. H, W. lluliuird have gone lo Hoston for a week's viMl with icla tlvos. State's Attorney Tracy of Jo.n son and Deputy Sherlfr .loues ot i e same place, transacted business hero Monday. - Airs. Jennie Hoiper of Los Angeles, cai., is visiting her brother, Waller H.irnei ef this town. Carl Terrlil, for several ,ea sons eaie-taker at the engine 'too-e at the railroad depot, llnlshed w-i-k llifje last Saturday night, the change l:i -,vii. load time doing away with his services -Al'ss Hess'o F!dred was operated upon last Sunday for appendleltls. The the company held an imixinniu loee'nm .ni Thui'Mbn evening, at whteii nvu'ers pe. tralnlng to the duties ot the village niq meu w-ere ibseiiHSi d. AllsK Hes.-le Kldrldge, tlr adopted daughter of Mr. ard Alts. V. I,. HlodKett, died early Wednesday morning. Although not In the best of health no serious re. suits weie nppi eiihended until last Satur day night, when her physician decided that an operation for appendicitis was neeefsury. nnd mi on Sundav the opern lloli wa. performed by three locil phval clans and a trnlrid nurse from Hurllngt in was called. She was fourteen yi ars at Academy hall th s evening at 8:13. 'I he boiler for the new heating apparatus .n the court house has arrived and the machinists will commence work thereon this week. The Home Culture club had a very Interesting opening meeting with the presldnt, Alr. Noyes Wood, at their home on West, .Main street. Aladam Page, mother of Gov. Page, aged SO years Is In verv feeble health. She makes her homo with her daughter. Airs. Alice Lewis. Airs. Alarinn Tlllotson of Alorrls- vllle I nt present assisting In taking care of her. Dawson .McGregor, wlnvo barns were recently burned, w'U sell his stock at auction. He Is undecided as to the matter of rebuilding Thei e are now four inmates at the county jail. JEFFERSONVILLE The community was greatly shocked to heir of tie- sudden ikath Sunday evening of Airs. i;'in Hapgood l.iohev. She was the oldest daughter of Air. and Mrs, Clark Hapgood, and wife of Thomas Llbbey. Sh, was twenty-two years ef age and Is survived by her husband and an infant daughter. -Mr. and Mr, II W. Varnum attended the wedding ot their son, Guy Hohert, last Saturday. They weie accompanied by Air Ji inlmn Green and Mr. Dora Atwood. Tne Hov. nnd Airs. Melville. Shaver nnd son aie guests at the home of her parents, Air. and Mr". L S. Alorse. Airs. Carrie Jackson of I'nderhlll was the rue-t of Mrs. Hdwln vork and Mrs. Al. F Powell the past week. Mr. and Airs. Leo Lelghton of Fort Dodge, lown, who .-pent several weeks a' D H. Witkl .s's, sti.rted on their homewird t ui ley -J.nur- dav gobu bv the war nf I'o ton. The 'iv. 11. C. Howard efi,- ite.1 at 'h" mar. rlage of Guy It. Vari.uni in Huil ' j nii Saturday.--.Mr. nnd Airs. Ijobert Thomas, Air. and Airs. S. K. Pope, Air. a 'id Air F. Smuh, Air. nnd Mrs. George Pope. are spending a wi ek In N'-w Yoik -Mrs, Jemlini t'Peen of Danville is the gueat o her son, II. W. Varnum. t i i r 1 . I,' L " r.r II r lh of J i i" If. Henry Powers ns a AI.i-t' Mi n was n pel feet Sllcress ,n' n'ls fl ) 1 Ilnrdwbk, Wolcott, Hde Pa k. J n f,on and Stowe wer- pnvii ih-'o belntr about an present during thr re eeptlop and 12", were se.-iled nl ' haniuet, whb'h was ser-rd b titr la lies of the o F., S. Th" pr.e.nm f - the ost-prandlnl oxer, I u -i r Interestllw. nnd With Judje c - I'nwiT-i ,'i tnfistmnstr r, nt" h e st was iiddn, to the n,.-m, i from out of town who w r i to make i-i r.ponse tn ln.i w Gov. 1". A. Vool'iiir "t I ' i 1 ' ' Hon. Alasnn S. Stone m Ab. t r HoL'er W Hiiillii'-l aid 1. II I. w Hvde Pork Miss Ho-i C i i ' i r turned f-'i t orrbi v even n tr fn.ni I arl - Airs. Ann Irish pa se.l n .! t i honie of le i- ibuigh -i. Mr i Titus in llardwlek. Mr - 1 A rs Henry Cowan of H'b.irt N Y gui-sts at the bom' of Air a.i V .1. J. Jackson on Ma n -ti-,,t G. r Carter nnd bride nrrived 1 . i - 1 night from Nleholvllle, N y . t a 1 of Airs. Carter. AIr. fh -b Sn and daughter, Aladse, ret' i 1 r i Saturday evening from a . ,e r-a Hngton and Hnrre. G Fr. V So , has returned from WliK" si. I - Hamel went to W-st p.mke - t ji 1 to look after inn tons of bnv i, h ping. As Hoy nnd Guv St if r! Hradley Thomas were dr!' ! n 1 Morrlsvllle Saturday night i . r t r. fair ground, they met Fred V Hyde Park who v.-as m ikb Irlve home thinking tlw I ! f r w s his farm buildings. The St'r i ' were turning out for one tr rr. .v Wood attempted to drive b, I two tennis criming Into St ,ff 1 t in In surh a wav as to r're . own wagon, and spring th.- li the crossbar and bend d,,wn th. 1 to Stafford's buggy. .ToM ih W .r.d former Alorrlsville "bo" and , of the Peoples Aeadenlv i..iv P In Hrooklyn, N. Y., is vi-'t" I friends lu town. The S in 1. picnic of the Congregation Ch - which was postponed two w k will take place next Stvirl Ham White of Tlardwi k I " i I S day at the hnnv of hi- -1 - r At Hlla Slllowav. AV. I" T'.i - f H, ' doro wa.-; a guest over Sine' ' ' home of .1. J. Hillings --C orge T Pearl of .Manchester, Conn., who hi! been a guest at the bome of his .mint Airs. A. H. Hill, for the past elrru weeks, returned hotr.e M. n 1 AP Alice Patch of Johnson w t ie g i t over Sunday of Allss Hern, r Kn it on Lnport road. Aliss Am i 1 n e Hoston, a guest for tb' p isi ' la of AIlss Daisy Leila rot,, ret r - i t ,d JOHNSON Doll Sturtevant hns accepted a position as loadmaster at Ilethel and wont theie Aim, day night. Port Gauvln tak his place here as foieman on his old section. George Griggs has sold his 1 1 licking business to Millard Gray, and with his wifo has gone to Ilulland. Air. Thomas Alargetts of Woodsvllle, N. It., Is visiting old friends here, before goin to Hnt'land. D. S. Scott has Mulshed work for fie asbestos company III Hden and opened his blacksmith shop hero. j Delber Hill has gone to .Montgomery i where he has ompln' ment. S' plu n Gll- beit has leturned from Watortown. Mass. Several fiom heie went on the Hoston excursion this week. her lioir." .Monday. e oree went on a business trip Al Hoston nnd Providence. H I Ing to be absent a w k Airs. 1'red Hnymond hac m from ralrflebl and wll'. oi house on High stn-et r, pled by Mr. nnd Airs V i ' r -Oscar Heed, after rr , "lir tlon of two wrens wit" i t the -Jiome Of A. C. N Alcndav to Nashua. N H Airs. Frank Garwar ,1 :sr' have visited at the li Airs. Charles AH rrrill t'1"' Monday. Mrs. O. P. Fost. r l at her home on Ini"n " ' Alice Hcacher of .Tohto-'o- her. Carroll H. Gat. s i representing the Gem I'"i - I pany. arrived here Al"ii 1 i further nrrangemenis f i u " of tho new plant ir. .M' i ' i Viola L. Campbell, w ho h her daughters for s, Windsor, arrived h " ' ing. accomp i-.lrd I 1 ' ( aiunbell, who will t ik' ' ' a month from bis work in A oiliet .vcddlng took p i e day afteineon ni tune homo of Air. and AH"- too. wle n Mls-i Lillian ter of Mrs. Ftton Gllmour "f H irton v rlage, the Rev. C. C ing the ceremony. relatives and frl Mor( a lav i r xpr Air ar r 1 V rv tb K t Air f Mr i'l 0 1 Ml 1 1 1 I i' i Air vis fr 1 Us -U II i. 1 i e ed s (ll l .1' Ho W ILam J I Ca n. p' 1 as' and R ' r ' A! ' " , r , nr ' i l'i mi'' St C are i e foiv (nl n n r to mis were prr Air. and Mrs. Gllmour homo 111 Harton. One of the pn ttlest season toon piace i ' and Airs. I'M win D- Mvllle N. V.. October t. Hie vonnirest daughti r 1 m k tlv r ,v. d i -' . I, on if ' 1 . w 1 i n I of Air C M ( rt Is Ovir P nt nt tl A! 1 ' H, Hi own of WOLCOTT. old school. Airs. Alzlna Shattuck of It, lvldcro yns a ii-eent guest of her sist, r. Airs. J. H Wills. M.s. Fred Wiiterbury went to thu Mur Fletcher ..ospital Saturday for tieatmeut.- Alis. Harry Daison went to Spilrgflcld Saturday to visit her sister, Alis. Walter Allen. A daughter was born to H. II. Kdw.irds and wife Sunday October (!. Airs. Umma I.enyadcr and daughter. AIlss Llllls, returned hnue the Hist of the week from Sugar 1 1111, N. H where they havo been employed. Mrs. J. Poor and son, Joseph, returned home from northern New York Friday. Little has llnlsheri work for, the Sanford. and George w spooled young mini of At united in marriage were present. Mnrrled on Th-.f-'iav S:l r, o i loi k, on Ilinte'll 1-. U ' ' the groom. Lucius .- MnHmi Agnes llie" Cant. William -rhe wedding was a o n the very recent nemo i.r.itiini. Howard A. M' 1'. Q. The resldrii' dec orated for th" " mony being perform. Martin of lion nu'- was Hiiorwiuu presontt. were nun-.' beautiful, testifying teem In which the Air lo g i of It' W V eve uln n i e rt icy, 'r ter f A -.rci' wing i tl e gro-im ' of S Pt"" 1 V fu l i islo-1 ' II ' 1 bv tlu- P.- M' A (lain1 s 'ppr ' d T'u wc 1 It' rous. o i'y an ' to tie rb rt coup!" re hi1'1 o.,.i Mr Aloonev w II or i noun' o,.ir friends after Do ember tlrst i t ,,iilet'e,l Ilie llll2ll HUH IHl J.i.--, . Ml,,, was a blight gill ami dearly loved i... 1.,.,. nksoi kites. The funeral will bo j Thomas hela from tho Congregational Church .Abuse Co., nnd will go to Springfield, Alo., Friday afternoon at one o'elock-GeoiRO to run a Dicks, an old time resident, has moved Aludgett to St Johnshury. Addison Grimes, 11 wedding foimer resident, lu'ciunpunlcd by his wife have been visiting telatlves ni west lirome. ,,.i 11 niioionr of Harton anu nf t 1111-1,1 n. Campbell of mis u-wn wen .......i..i weilnesdav at the bom of Airs William J. Ftton. a slst. r of the bvlde. here. They returned to their home at Hudson, Mass.. yesterday.-Leon Grlswold, foinierly of this place, now has. a responsible isisillou as stenographer) with J. H. Hooth of Hurllngton.- Frcd Gauthler and wife havo gone to Hoston for a week's visit. The loconlly orgaulr.ed lire company will have a practice meeting next week Tuesday evening. The high school git Is nro to bnvo a social nnd entei'tulniiieiit locomotive engine. Airs. Alarla has Issued Invitations to tho of Uer nleco nnd ward, AIlss charlotte Arbuckle and Heit Shepherd or St. Johnshury October in. The Infant son of Lewis Hillings Is very 111 with whoop ing cough. George Honrdman stinted for Seattle, Wash., Thuisday night. -AIlss F.I1I11 Knight visited at her uncle's, Chutes Rand, in Alorilstown recently.- Harl Whlttemnro has bought the Hert Ward fa 1111 lu Klmoro nud will take Im mediate possession. Airs. C. W. Twlss and son. I'rhnn. went to Hoston 011 the i".i"" -viutsda . Sho will visit her ORuNGE COUNTY, EAST RANDOLPH. AIlss Maude Hall, who has bc a 111 for . .1....1 fin,.-,!,,,. A -IT V a long iiue- spraguo mi in " - " curslon. Mrs. A. F. Smith nnd Mrs, c I . IIUK' li" ,,... -, Ink In Alortpeber nnd W O'-resler Airs tCoiilloili'il oil 1-th I'auO