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T1TTC BU ISLINGTON FRRTC PRlCSS : TilUKSPAY, UlCUifiRlBICK ft, i907.
4 HAPPENINGS IN YERMONT (Continued from llrd Vast.) nbllltleii nro that the only civil Jury ruse will be Hint of Charles Shaw vs. the estate of Delia Oreivor. This Is an rippeal from commissioners. It seems that Mrs. drover, who Is n slstor-ln-law of Charles Shaw of Morrlstown willed ffiOO to her sister, Mrs. Nellie Shaw, nml ntso made a few other be quests The hnlnnro of her estate, In the vicinity of one thousand dollars, she v i vn her sister the tlso of, but 'it her rir case the same Is to ro to the Uvde Park town library. Objection Is tnndr to this and Mr Shnw presents a clntm of some J300 against the estate for board, etc., due from the deceased. Governor Pago, who Is the executor of the will, rather thnn go to law, offer rd to settle for JKiO, but the offer Is refused Ex-Judge Powers and F. O. Fleetwood represent Shaw and II. W. llu'burd and J. W. Redmond appear for the estate. There r ill be a num ber if criminal rases to dispose of, yet the court mav tlnlsh up business this week A. D. rtobblns has bce.n In St Johnsbury the past few days, re ceiving treatment for his throat. Dur ing his absence. Captain Haltc has looked after the hotel. Miss Snr.i Chapln returned Monday from nevcral davs In Esox and Burlington. The ladles of ft. Thorcsn'r. Church servid an oyster supper at the C.ynm Wednesday evening. Hoy Kalon of Hartford, Conn., Is passing a few days in town Sheriff Stevens has reap pointed all of his Inst year's deputies. IV J At well of Eden, L. P. llutts of North Hyde Park and Charles Hayford of Johnson were here Monday. Judge Tucker was In Hardwlok Monday. CAMBRIDGE. Mrs. William Gomo of Clnverdalo was In tjwn Saturday. Mrs. Minnie I.ong lev and little son of Jericho passed Sun day with her sister, Mrs. J. Leach.-Mlsa Georgia nalley returned from Johnson Saturday Mr. and Mrs. C. S. P.rush of Rolt.ti are at Dr. I. R. Brush's. Miss Hard Horner has returned ftom Fair fax - E. J. Gates passed Tuesday In Burl ngton. Mrs. A. Cuttlncr is slowly recovering from her lone Illness. E. II. Hinds returned to Fairfield Monday. W M. Smith Is attending court at Hyde Tark Misses Delia Bilggs and .Tuna Hinds returned to school at Morrlsvlllo Mondav - The funeral of Mr. Holmes wis held at the home of his daughter, Mrs Aden Brush, Tuesday. WATERVILLE. Miss Mary Glllett pas?ed several days n Stowe this week. George Brown of N el'.r.' (He. N. Y.. visited his sister, Mrs H S. Pierce, last week. Fletcher Ge irre. 'nfnnt son of Mr. and Mrs. c-irge Heard, died from whooping cough Tii.-ilnv, need 11 months and .1 d.ivs Mrs Sarah Chase died at the home of lie- son. Frank Chase, Sunday, ago.l S3 years The funoral was held at the house Tuesday The Itev. C. D. Pierce ofncl ntcd. -Schorls commenced on Monday with the following teachers: Village, Mrs Jennie Maurice and Mrs. Elsie Cai penter: Lock district. Flnvd Fairbanks: Pierce pchnol. Miss P.. Dnnner Pierce. Tbe bodv of Amos Holmes of Fletcher, n former resident, was brought here for lnirl.il Tuesday. STOWE. H H. Smith Post. G. A. P., and Worn- Purl la In Hoston. C. U McMahon was I as a graduate of the ' mil school in the tenting cows and finds nulto a number In Burlington Tuesdny.-Mr. and Mrs. class of 'OC. They ciiino on tho dlBenscd. Grnco Knights la expected to n i s ltd ' f e'orps will meet Saturday at E'H'i p. in. sharp to elect officers and 1') trims i'-t other Important btHlnos.. 'I'll'- n-u '"il entertainment In connection with the " 1-:. S. fair this week will w clven lhl evening Instead of Friday as before Mated. E. P. Bigclnw is 'r'with the grip. Miss Mabel Cirr was at her home In Middlesex over Sun-r,r- A. daughter wa horn Pnnriiv 1o Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Domt-)- -Mnronl Sallies Is 111 with p. eumonla. The basket ball frame be tween Stowe and Waterbury htgh schools here Saturday evening, was won bv Stowe M to !. Mr. J. H. Ilnniel of Waterbury visited In Stowe over Sun day. 'Mr. and Mrs. II. P. Fniinoe wori in Elmore Saturday. K. A. Glhhs saw a ibln Sunday hopping 'round In the mow, It 1 considered a slf-p of nn open winter. Mark GIbfs nnd Mls Edna nibbs were In Montpeller Monday. Tho Tier. E, M. II. Abbott attended the fun eral of Mrs Fannie Jewett at the home rf Mrs. JcWPtt's niece, Mrs. C A. Hand, In Morrlstown. Sunday. Mrs. Jewett was tho widow of P.alp'i Jewett. and was for many years a resident of Stowe. Miss Mary Gillette, who Is In Wntorvlllc with Iter grandmother, Mt, Emily Gillette, was in S'owe over Sunday. F. II. Mc. Parland of Hyfl Park was In fitowc Saturday Follx Slierbut of Quochcf visited Wi mother, Mrs. Man' Shorbut, over Sun.lay.-M. nnd Mrs. A. P. Cate nnd daughter, Marlon, returned to FKohburp, Mass., Monday. Mr. nnd Mrs D. C. Scrlbner nnd little son, re turned to nurllnston Monday Tho Cemetery apsoc.ln.tlon will meet with Mrs. M C. Ijovejoy this afternoon at three o'clock. .Mrs. Kate Peterwon has pone to Armont, Mass., where sh will pass tho winter with nor Rranddaushter, Mrs AV. A. Cheney, H. I. Cheney re. turned to Poston Monday, At the meet lntt of Mansfield Mountain Granpte S itur dny, the third and fourth decrees were conferred upon Mr. nnd Mrs. F. K. Cooley. State Deputy G. II. Terrltl of Storrlstown was present. Mrs. N. IHKeUiw wa3 elected delejrato to tho meetlns of the State Granno In Burlinfrton. A hot dinner will 1k served nt Unity Church this noon. 'Mrs. H. Nnron Adams readied her 84th birthday Inst week. She is quito active for her years assisting In tho care of her invalid husband. Tho Vnity Sundny school will have a Chrlst maB tree with oxerc.lses Tuesday after noon, PecemW 24, at the church. At Tnlty Church, th Itev. V., M. II. Abltott, pastor, Sunday mornlnt; pen-lco nt 10:1.. mibiect of sermon, "Words anil Deeds"; Bible Cl.ilton llnldwln of Imsbtirsh nro visit !tiK Mr. Haldwln's parents In Moscow. Lloyd and Iylc Doufilass returned Mnn ilni from n visit with their father, C. 11 Doiifrlass, In Morilsvllle. The annual mcetltiR of Harmony Pom oti.t Grange was held at tho Akelcy Me morial hiilldltiK Wednesday. The morn liiB session opened with tho master, J. K. Foster, In tin' chair. Other ofilccrs pres ent were the overseer, Dr. E. J, Foster; lecturer, .Mrs. V. M. Small; chaplain, Mrs, W. H. Daniels; treasurer, C. F. Smith; secretary, Mrs. D. J. Adams. Tho following ofilccrs were elected: Master, I. T. Thlttston, Waterbury; overseer, U, 11. Allen, North Hyde Park; lecturer, Mrs. F. M. Small, Morrlstown; steward, 11, rt. Mills, Stowe; assistant steward, D. S. McAllister, North Hydo Park; chaplain, Morris Hill. Johnson; trens urcr, C. F. Smith, Morrlstown; sectctnry, Mrs, 1). J. Adams, Waterbury Center; pilo'kccper, Philip Shonlo, Dtlxbury; Ceres, Mrs. J. T. Thurston, Waterbury Center; Pomona, Mrs. 0, It. Allen, North Hyde Path; Flora, Mrs. Deavltt, Dux bury; lndy assistant steward, Mrs. D. S. McAllister. Dinner was served in the banquet hall, about 1M b"lnR present. Tho afternoon session was open to the public nnd the procrum Included a series of Instructive talks upon the different breeds of cattle. Amonc the speakers were C. F. Smith of Morrlstown, C. F. JMdy of Stowe, Henry Hills of Water bury, G. P. Allen of North Hyde Park, Philip Shonlo of Du.vbury, N. A. Water man of Johnson, Harrison Dodse of Mur rlsvllle Grnnse. There were many pres. ent from Waterbury Center, Morrlstown, Johnson, Elmore. C, K McMahon has sold the nilHntiham fnrm beloncInK to Senator Dllllnth.nm. to F E. Smith. A. P. Smith and Miss IoV i Smith. F. E. Smith will install hard v. .1 v. .irkinpr inn sWiierv In the mill and will put In sev eral tenement!. F. E. Smith Is already the proprietor 'if one of the law lum bering Interests of Stowe, his usual an nual cut brine nbout l,rV),f'1 feet which amount he expects to exceed consider ably this year. Mr. Smith also operates a law fnetory for the manufacture of butter pni'ltnjrcs and carriers, and cm ploys a law number of men. Ther mometers registered 1! be-low zero Tues day morning. There Ifme sleighing. Mrs. Henry Snnborn retunied to Morrlsvlllo Tuesday after a week's visit with her K-randjmrents, Mr. and Mrs. James Mc Allister. Mr. and Mrs 11. W. Hillings were in Partington -Mondny and Tues day. James French has lnen contlned to the houe this week by nn attack of tonsllltis. Dr. Morgan nccompanled Mrs, Pnlph Alg'r to liurllnglnn Tuesday for medical treatment. At the West Branch Church Wedn"-'liy evening tho "New Women." a product of IfeVi, was present ed. The parts were taken by Mrs. A. E. Gale. Mrs. Henry Foster, the Mlspes Annie- l'.lgelow, c,lnds Houston, Polly Gale, Franklin Smith. Susie Blgelnw, A. P. Alger and lthett Fletcher nnd the whole proved very amusing. Music, In cluding solo by Ml.ss Houston and Mr. Fletcher, added to the enjoyment of tbe evening. C. E. Cowles of Craftsbury. former principal of the blgh school has been In Stowe this week. A special car carried about ."a young people including the high school basket ball team to Waterbury Tuesday evening to attend n game betwe n the Waterbury and Stnwo teams, the score being 'JO to .1 In favor of Stowe. At the special meeting of Myst'c Eodge, No. K, V. & A. M., Tues day evening, the third decree was con ferred upon Harry Warren. In the evening the third degree candidate was H. C. McMahon. NORTH TROY. evening train hcio to visit her tencli at uie, corner tho winter icrm. uuicnts but ho returned to his .Mrs. Ira Taylor has been vlsltlns her duties In W. O. Estcy's harbor shop tho sons at Derby Center nnd Newport next dnv to be. followed bv his bride Cent nnd went Saturday to Concord, Foon.-MIss Mitry Flint Is enjoying a N. It., to spend tho winter with her vacation from her duties In a Boston daughter, Mrs. H, E. Walte. hospital with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hale. Flint. M W. Tucker has returned from a few days In Barre and North- JlM ItullerfleUl returned Sundny night Held. Miss Wlnnlfred Chndwlck hns re- to Boston to resume his studies In tho turned from a flvo weeks' absence In Dentnl College. Ho wns at home over Now York nnd Boston. Thanksgllnp.-Allce Morrill mmc homo Air. nnd Mrs. Ned Buck are enter- from Johnson, where she Is teaching ,to talnltifj Mrs. Fred Buck of Lebanon. bo with her mother nt Thanksgiving. -Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Kami nro enter- F. W. Elklns of Quebec returned to Hint t.alnlng her brother, A. B. Chambers city Friday night after o four day s of Lebanon. N. 1 1. Miss Alice Cowln stay here with his parents. I'rnnic of Chelsea, who hns been nt Mf'. and llnrdy of Barton Enndhis, formerly of Mrs. A, II. Powers's. will return to-dny this place and Mrs. Ada Sanborn were to her home. Mrs, Fred Boppe. Is a married p' her home on School street guest of her sister, Irs. Frank Unttee Wednesday evenln,g by the pev. .James of Hoxbury. Fred nordon In spending Bauvige. The Immediate relatives of a few dnys In Fnlrfax and St. Albnns. tho parties wro present. For some Mr. and Mrs. Chnrls DuBols nnd yenrs Mrs. Snnborn hns had chnrge of child have returned to Snrlncflold. tho People's Telenhnne line central. It Mnss., after n few days In town, EAST RANDOLPH. 1 4 now understood that Mr, and Mrs. Pay Shaw will have It. End Wheeler Is at home from Manchester, N. II., where ho hns been for nbout two years. Mrs. C. M. Ulford wont to White Plv er Junction Thursday to be gone a few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Worthies' 1 rr mtnata rf f It'n.ll.tA.,'. nl.nw W. llagl'ey.-Mr's. il. Flint of Itnndolph h" entertainment at the ' hapel December GREENSBORO The Young Musicians' club will give nt seven o'clock In the ovenlng with last week. Miss Inez Granger closed " "ls"',n nl f,evcn r",u spveni.il person iree. -1 nr in"'iih teachers have lipen engisced for the win ter term of '.school: No 1. Miss Gr.T-e K-lrrtl.ntl. Vrt "Tloo Tnvhptl Dpwlllir: Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Elbbey of Woods- Vn , ' rv, ' ,'. ',.;,...,.. v-. s. Miss vlllo were guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. T. J. Iu.atrot. O'Brien; No 7. Mlsi Elsie Alheo last week.-II. A. Wlnshlp, Jr., of younsi N-n, Pi Ms itprro O'Brien; visited her sister, Mrs. H. F. Johnson, last week. Miss Inez Granger e her school In Tunbrldge Friday. BRADFORD St. Johnffhury wns nt home for Tlnnks ghing.-E. 13, No. in, Mrs. Mvra D Chase; No. 11, I'orter or Boston vispon .,,, tpnnln Vn ii. Miss Mae ins moiner. .Mrs. Abhle Porter, last W)p0x.-At a meeting of the p-irlshion.-r. week.-F. E. Healey, Jr.. went to Water- of ,i.- ro-lrre.ritlnmJ (T ureh. th Rev town, Mass.. to be with his mother, u j, p,nrlon, pastor, Friday afternoon Mrs. F. E. Healey, Thanksglvlng.-E. E. lt was votod not to n(v(pt the re.slgna Wltcher of Lisbon. N. II., was In town tlon.-Mrs. Maggie Young e.f St. John-- witn ins tiimny Tnursday. Mrs. Addle i)Ur. s pa., a ffW ,i-4ys with h. r Blgelnw of Wells Hlver visited her sis- iinront Mr anrl rrs T D. nlack. ter, Mrs. Frederick Fletcher, last week. Itobert Kerf row Is In Salem. Mass., to visit Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Towne. I-eter Wnrthley of the St. Johnsbury Business College, Is at home for a few days' v.a- BROWNINGTON. H. W. ALLEN & GO. holiday Opening To-day. Exhibit E. I. Huse has reti.rned to Nowfane after spending a few days In town. - 1.-.t,l Alrtlr.1, lin i-..tiirn1 to Sin ,-l i r- catton.-MIss Ruth Telller was In White 1IeW M-SS rie,r)tIanr,a 0ctinns anrt M.lr. Elver Junction last week. Mrs. Hattlo Johnson has gone to Eos Angeles, Cal., for the w'nter. A daughter was born to shall Powers were married November 2S and the bride's mother served a boun- tlnfnl Btinnpr nt .Tnlm rCTrver's. Pl-n If S,.1' "V1 M" I"PPh T"Cll?ri" .T,,M"d"- Aldrich ton sold his farm to Wallace -William Farnham of Buffalo, N. V. nnd Mr. anil Mrs. Charles Brook of Bel lows Falls were guests of Mrs. Itoswell Farnham last week. Misses Ada an.l Marlon Albee were nt their home n Fnlrlee over Sunday. Miss Anna Chase of Waltham, Ma.., visited her father. T. A. Chose, last week. Hustln. Bernlco Wells has rcturni-d to her work In Boston. l.nura Whlteh'll has returned to her home Mr. nnd Mrs. H. I. Smith were ci!l d suddenly to Lebanon, N. It., to t' " funenil of his brother's wife, Mrs. Dr. Smith. DERBY LINE. BRAINTREE. Among those who passed Thnnksgtv lng day with friends In Both were: Mi- anil Mrs. Monrow of Windsor with her parents, Mr. and Mrs C. J. Pass; Mr, and Mrs. J P. Cleveland of Randolph with his son, F. II. Cleveland; Miss F. Jane Wellington of Brookfleld with Mis Mary Woodward. J. II. Bass met with the Bass family at tho Uandolph Inn RANDOLPH CENTER. ORANGE COUNTY. RANDOLPH. A quiet wedd'ng took place at t'e home of M'j-s Mirtle A Wood Thursday morning ;it lOf.O when she was unit. .1 In in image to Alonzo Ii. Emeiv. The rereinetny ivas performed by the Pev. Frazer MetKgcr. The btlile wore her golng-away gown of dark blue broad cloth with a velvet hat to mntch. The groom is connected with the government service In Washington. D. C. The conp'e left on the express on a wedding trip to Springfield, Mass., and New York, after which they will go to Washington D, C, to bonrd untl, spring. Miss Edith Mnreott Is entertaining Miss Helen Miller of Dedoam, Mass. H. C. Martin and friend hnvo returned to Gardner after visiting Mr. and Mrs David Dyer. A son was born to Mr. md Mrs. Elmer Montgomery Frldav evening. Mr, and Mrs. William Wood and daughter, Miss Bertha, have re turned to Woodstock after being t.t Frank P. Wood's. Pert Thresher of Boston is a guest In town, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. M. Vaughnn and daughter have returned from Woodstock. Miss Eu- genl Ellison was In Poyalton Satur day. Miss June Fnssett has come here from the Mary Fletcher hospital, Bur lington. Mr. nnd Mrs, Harry Philips nnd M'ss Allco Woodnrd have return ed to Mohawk lake after several weeks in town. Tho funeral of Mrs, Mary Waters, who died at the homo of her daughter, Mrs. Newell King, Saturday mornlnz was held Monday at 2:) p. in.. at Mrs. King's with the Pev. Frnzer Metstgcr In charge, The deceased wns TT years of ago and though born In Newbury had be-en a resident hero many years. She was three times married, her husbands being Twls Esters, Robert Tissey and Azro Waters. Five children survive her, Mrs. Walter Comstock of South London derry, Mrs. Abblo Spencer of Pnrre, Chnrles Esters of Nashua. N. II., Mrs, Newell King nnd Azro Waters of this place. All these save Charles Esters were present at the funeral. The !m mediate cause if death was bronchitis though she had been In n feeble state for seuno time. .Miss Frances Spnoner has gone to Mlddlebury. where she will teach. Miss Maude Eddy has returned to her s"heol In Bolton after a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. class Thursday afternoon In E,idy.-Mls.s Mniguerlte Hudson Joined cburch pnrlor. Tho rural schools opened Mondny with f-e following touchers: West Branch, Mr. Minnie Cone; Moscow, Viola Pus. M11: Pucker street, Mario Wells; Brownsville, Mary Manning; North Hol low, nrrlo Brown; Forks, Agnes Stod dard; Kdson hill, Mnttio Flanders: Luce hill, Ethel Page; Mills, Loulso Cbapln. The West hill school, Ellen Ste-arns teacher, will close this week. Tho high nnd graded schools reopened Tuesday A daughter was born December 3 to Mr. nnd Mrs, L. J, Harlow. O. J. Tomllnson of Sharon, Mass., wa.s a guest of his brother, J. G. Tomllnson, over Sunday, wben a family reunion was held, the'r brother, L. H. Tomllnson, nnd sister. Mrs. II. M. Eddy, being present. 'Mrs, T. B. Stoddard arrived Tuesday nt tho home of her daughter, Mrs. C. F. Eddy, nccompnnled by her grnnddnuBhtor, Mrs. C. P. Boycc, who will pass tho week here. E. N. Bailey has moved to H. O. WoVren's house on Pucker street. Hen ry Vnrney, th former occupant, hns moved to one of Mr. Fisher's tnnements nt tho lower village Mrs, E. S. Bouch ard, who Is visiting her mint, Mrs, M. N. Wllklns, Is 111 with tho grlp.-S. M. Iinrrows Is In Burlington for nn opera Van. ior the removal ot cataracts. C. K. DERBY. Miss Helen Hunt this place nnd Harold Meade of N' a Haven, Conn., were married at Ovntry, tho former home of tile hrido, N . etmber 2S. After a trip to Montreal tin are to resldo in New Haven, Conn. M' Glenn Johnson, a former res-'dent, ill" 1 In the hospital in St. Johnsbury Nove-nber M.-lIr. nnd Mrs. Charles Jenkins 1 ave moved to the .otel for the winter.-The Rev. J. New ton Emery, wbo Iras b. en 111 two weeks, is Improving. Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Lunt hnve gone to Morrlsvlllo for the A. It. Bovcr nnd W. A. Jones hnvo winter with their daughter, Mrs. Cecil been drawn as Jurymen from this town Palmer. The Woman's Reading club for the Orange county court to be held met with tho president, Mrs. B. P. Ball, at Chelsea. Miss Grnro Mav of Barro Tuesday afternoon. spent Thanksgiving here, returning to Bnrro Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. N. L. Boyden went to Woodstock Monday for Meta Sloan, aged It years, died Thurs- few days. iMrs. W. L. Menard and day after n short llncss. She attended daughter, Frances, spent Thanksgiving t,i academy and via n member of the with her mother nnd sister In Barro. Methodist Church. S-ho le-nves n moth- The normal and training schools opened or, one brother and a sister. Eva. Aulls Tuesday for the winter term. Mrs, John Is recovering. M.i. lltrbert lt'iywnrd i O'Grndy and children returned to their better, but her oung daughter, Goldle, home In Roxbury Friday. Is very HI with pneumonia. Miss Annii n,i!"r-c will plvr .in fp.iphlncr Iti rl1trlet CHELSEA. So. 17 to accci'' i position In the inter- Frank L. Whitney, ex-sheriff of Orange mediate .lepai'ment of the graded ounty, died Friday, aged 51 years, after school. Lena C'-.-'ndall tnkes her place In very painful illness of nearly nine No. Ii. Helen omlngs takes the prim- years, '..ip funeral was held Sundny ary senooi, a poUion mnoe var-nnr ny ifternoon at the house, the Rev. George the dentil of M'-s E'.li Taylor. Myron E. Iike of the Congtegntion.al Church p oung returne 1 to Irnsburgh this week. officiating, and a large company of Mr. 'ioung stiii remains quite feeble. citizens attending the services. Mr, Whitney was born In Chelsea August in... nnd always live i nere nn,i initen m,s. C. H. Newton and daughter. an neuve part m village me. r or sevrni 10nli and so:i, Floyd, have gone to years he assisted his father In the Cornish. N. H . to piis a few weeks local grist mill ami men owned a gro. wlu, iviatlvex -Abo Gladden is nt home eery store. Ho later was a member ot f Boston. Muss., where he was dur- the llrm of Whitney, Trncy ,i Co.. which ,.. tll0 s,Im.r,,.r m... and Mr... Jerry was engaged in the Iron nnd steel roof- nvl,0id. of Avf.- Mriss . are in town.- ing imsiness. i ne oilier memi.ers ot me Srchw 1Illnt nnM at ,,nmp Thanksgiving np-n were nerur ! ran II. 'iracy, now ,mn, u-fln,iii, o.i wineiiesier Is it The eamc commodious Diiildinr at the head of Church street. The same courteous salespeople with some additions, hut it is an entirely new, vastly great er and more heautif ul holiday exhihit than ever hefore which will greet the visitor here to-day. In every department and in every inch of available space will he seen new and remarkably attractive Merchandise, gathered with infinite care especially to meet the holiday requirements. And, to meet it in a broad, comprehensive way, leaving nothing to be desired or expected. BEGIN THE CHRISTMAS SHOPPING EARLY. Early in the Season and early in the day as pos sible. There are many excellent reasons why this plan will bring best results. Thousands of the prettiest and daintiest articles, many of them exclusive with us, arc sure to be taken early. "While others will be brought forward to take their places, first choice, especially at this Season, is sure to be best. The salespeople, too, will do their utmost at all hours of the day to make the service the best possible. but when the larger portion of the work is crowded into a few hours near the end of the day, it is fair to presume that the early morning hours will prove most satisfactory. De partments that will prove especially attractive and which should have early consideration are the LEATHER GOODS, HANDKERCHIEFS, BRIC-A-BRAC, MEN'S FURNISHINGS, GLASS. IMPORTED NOVELTIES IN THE LACE DEPARTMENT. CHINA, BRIC-A-BRAC AND ART EM BROIDERY IN THE ORIEN TAL ROOM. LAMPS, NECKWEAR, GLOVES, UMBREL LAS AND RIBBON NOVELTIES. Women s Fine Handkerchiefs. A decided preference is shown among our patrons for th daintiest novelties in Handkerchiefs. Pretty color combinations and embroidered effects are being" chosen with the same care given to the selection of neckwear or any other important accessory. Our extensive assortments show that no efforts have been spared to provide styles to every one's liking. Many of the very charming novelties are exclusive with us. Beginning with the extraordinary values at 10c. and 12V2c, the prices range to $12.00. Mens S trect Gloves. LOWELL. of Montpeller, nnd Col. Curtis S. Emery, now collector of customs ot Newport. homo from S'lerbrooke, CJue., for a short vacation. Th" opening of the EaClnlr In l$f2, under Sheriff Charles F. Smith ,., -,.nnnA frn jwomher 1 of Top'ham, he tcame deputy sheriff to 1wr.mnrr .M. u , Robinron and and jailer of Orange county and In 1MN, IPon nnd 11MI was elected sheriff, re tiring from this office In December, 1004 George H. R .lierlson were married No vember bv the Rev M. E. Severance. Min Ethel Iwnhnr of Coventry wns tho He leaves a wife. Mrs. Ada (Rl.akely) t of M A s f.owor Iat w.flt. 1'I,I..A,. nn.l .1.. ..,.4. 1.-1...... 1 n Whitney, and a daughter, Florence I Whitney, besides his father, A. W. Flosslo Irfipb r has gone to Montgomery to stay through the winter with her Whitney. He was nn excellent neighbor I t Ijlm lfnr.,. sni.iPr sold and friend and very devoted to hi- home. Wg farn (fl rarr,nto, Jr.-The fit- How loyally ho was beloved was shown nprfU flf Uln,(1 gnnvlp of imsbiirgll by the unceasing care and attention ,,, ,,rMiy ;lt st itlns Church, shown him by his wife and daughter The Jpv K,lt,iei. ,AVgne oflVlated during his terrible Illness, ORLEANS COUNTY. Mr. and Mrs. William Souther arc the parents of n d'liiRhter, horn Novem ber SI. A daughter was horn to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur G'lo December 1. An English-made glove of widely recognized superiority in style and worth they are made of first quality skins, in tan and grey. This special value should prove all the more attractive in view the increasing cost of skins. Pair SI. 50. Exclusive Designs in Cravats. The Men who are extremely critical in choosing their Cra vats will find in our present varied lines an ample range of refined novelties or plain colors at almost any price. A. special feature full French Four-in-hands and the new open end Four-in-hands at $1.00. H. W. ALLEN & CO. RUTLAND COUNTY. SOUTH WALLINGFORD. Miss Evelyn Denny In Northfleld Mon lny nnd went with her to Montpeller John Rogers of Barro was nn over Run dny guest In town.-Mrs. 1,. E. Eynch left Tuesday ror Worcester on n visit to her son, E. W. Eynch. Mr, nnd Mrs. G. Oreutt have returned to Keene, N. II., after visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Wells. Miss Mlnnlo Rnnd returned Sunday night from Jamestown. Vn., and Washington, 11. C, nnd hns now gone to Slockbrldge ns clerk In Fish's store. A daughter wns born to Mr. nnd Mrs. Guy Iimsnn Kiindny. Mrs, II. P. Jones nnd Mrs. A, A. Jones hnvo returned to Brnndon after visiting Mr. nnd Mrs, D. B rasse-tt. Or. G. W. pi'ott's horse, whlln standing In front of Tewksbury & Raymond's store, made a sudden start Monday and ran nbout the streets nt high speed, In doing so ho broke one shnft nnd removed n runner from tho sleigh, beside scaring the team driven by Mrs. Volnny Allnrd of Enst Randolph. Tho horse wnn finally stop pel nt the canning factnrv. Miss Isn Belle, youngest daughter of Mr, nnd Mrs. II. D. Banister of this place, wns mnrrled to John ". Rogers of Montpeller nt tho homo of his parunts, Mr, nnd Mrs, E W Rogers, Sunday af ternoon, Tho brldo Is remembered hero NEWPORT. Dr. E. H. Mills Inspected the herds nt the milk farm of W. Richmond & Son last week and found many diseased cat tle, uut ot two herds consisting of 71 Thomas M. Tnompson, postmaster at head, us were condemned nnd ordeied f-'outh Wnlllnieford. and Miss Alice I. killed. Other herds that have bcun In- Bryson, dnuthdr of Mr. Kara A. and spected by Or. Mills nro those of Bert the Inte Edw.i-d H. Bryson of Elverpool Morrill of Derby, herd of 'X and 1 1 killed; England, w.-ro mairled Thanksgiving the Bates farm In Derby, herd of Ul and eve at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mark C killed; town farm In Derby, herd of IT Thompson In s lelburno. the Rev. Charles and 1 killed; Mr. Rowell ot Derby, herd E. Watson officiating. Elttl" Mark uf 21 nnd 1 killed; Mr. Klttildge of Thompson was ring bearer. Among tho Derby, held ot is and o killed; Mr. I ley. many gifts was a silver teapot, nnd da wood of Derby, herd of 1 and 1 killed; mask and sll r was re-'elvod from redn J, B. Young of 'Morgan, herd of 3 and tlves and Mends in England. After a 2 killed; Mr. Hardy of Morgan, herd of short trip Montreal, Mr. and Mrs 31 nnd 3 killed. Thompson reside in South Walling W. Richmond nnd son estimate tho loss ford 11... ..rin.O I.lI r, f Mw.ln nn t , I . noout $010. Mrs. O. C. Miller nnd son, BRANDON, l'enil, have returned from a few week Mr. and Mrs John Chandler of Boston In tho West. Mrs. W. II. Jenks of St. Mass., ni lsilng F. M. Hatch. Tho Johnsbury Is visiting her mother. Mrs. Rev. and Mrs. c B, Carpenter have '., C. Blake. Miss Clura Wnltaker passed moved to the Brandon Inn, where tiny Thanksgiving with her parents. Mr, and will pass the winter. M'ss I.aura Eid.l Mrs. E. E. Whltaker. Miss Pearl Mender of Boston, M nB hna bee" the guest ot sprained her wrist In tho basket ball Mr. and Mix w A. Fuller for a few game Thursday evening. John Howard days. A. . u-uigwortliy has moved to of Albion, N. V., has passed a few days the T. Burn's house on Itogfdtor street. with II. F. Black. Rowley S. Flngg, At a meetliii; of St. I'mil's Eodgo Wed who Is attending school nt St, Johns- nesdny evening, District Deputy Grand bury, wns lit homo last week. Rnlph Master T. A. Davis will he present. Tho Buck of Goddard Seminary is passing a Mondny elnh met last evening with Miss few days In town. Georgo B. Young, Anna Thomns. The Y I1- S. C. E. of tho who hns been III, has resumed his dutlea Congregational Church will meet this In tho ollleo of Young & Young. E. .1. evening with Mn Edith Howe. Oillcors Smith Is nt homo from school In Hyde for the ensuing venr will he elected. Bnrk for a few dnys. Mrs. Hnrvey Wll- Prof, nnd Mm. jj. 11. Chittenden and son of Sherhrooke, P. q., Is passing a daughter, lCllzaheth, Who hnvo been vis- few days In town. M. J. Blair nnd fam- ltlng Mr. mm Mrs. W. A. Fuller, re )ly of Rlchford passed Sunday with Mrs, turned to Fairfax Saturday. Miss Allco Blair's mother, Mrs. CUnffee. Aim has returned from Plymouth, N. II MflPflAW Mr8' An,1n Wlnstow. who fell from a "" chair nud broke her hip some time ago. G. W. Cobb resigned us school director riled Tuesday inotnlng at the homo of nmi E. K. Uirri has been appointed In her sou, Chnrles M Wliislnw, .Mrs, Ids nlnce. Florenco Cobb Is to tench In Wlnslow was m i,.,r juitti year Derby this winter. It will lie her Heond At the annual meeting of tho Chris- term In the school. Dr. Wills has been tlun KiiiU,nor soclet) T icsday eveuluir tho following ofilccrs were elected; Pres. WFST TTAVFrT Idem, Charles E-iFlam; vice-president, I XTtiVXjn. Fred B. Sumner; secretary, Mrs. Hany TllP saIr nni1 ehieken pie dinner of Ferris; tiensurer, Arthur H. Glpson; or- ',ho I-na''s' Aid at the North Church ganist, Miss Boxy Sumner; assistant or- Snturday was a gratifying success, ganlst, Miss Alice Briggs.-The Rev. nnd Nllrly "'r' was denied. Miss Hazel Mrs, George W. Pomfrey will be given Tr'on 's "t borne from T. C. A. 111. a reception Frlclny evening In the vestry MlsR ,:'lna Jakwny passed Thauksglv- of tho Baptist Church. Tho public Is In- lnp at home, coming from North vited to attend.-Tho Woman's Christian Springfield, where she Is teaching Temperance union held a well attended M1SR Morenco Douglass was at home meeting Tuesday evening at Mrs. A. E. ",r Thanksgiving from Johnson high Klngsley's.-Fied Aim of New York Is "cnooi. airs, jonn liest is quite III. . atlr,rr 1,1a nnMnla T,- M,1 Mru Tl" Mr. nnd Mrs. 1 "' meeting or Charles T. Aim. The annual meeting of Grange will be held West I In ven this even- Neshebo Grnngo will be held Saturday l"g The Ladles' Aid will meet with evening when oni-'ors will bo elected for Mrs' Isaac JaUwny Saturday, another year. P0RESTDALE. BENSON. j ,Tn,mPS Sullivan has retunied from Many apple raisers have put their , Boston, Mas:. -Mrs. Mitchell Earock 's stock of this year's npples Into the m. Mrs. Julia Jolinson relurneri Tuesday cellar owing to the dearth of buyers. from Hague, N. Y., where she has been This does not happen once In a genera-1 i-ovcral weeks. The Woman's Auxlllnry tion. Veiy few foxes have been caught i met with Mrs. Georgo Hoag Wednesday this fall by local trappers. hiuniKs nfternootv The next meeting will be have beep plenty but prices for tholr skins hnvo bet n low The Ladles' Aux lllnry of the Congregational Church will hold a fair and supper nt tho with Mrs. I. W. Horn. Sir. and Mr. Joseph Anoo are visiting relative In Proctor. -Schools began Monday with tlU snmo teachers ns the last term except town hall December 13. Mrs. Mary Miss Sewnrri of Rutland takes the place Asho of Wells, who hns been visiting; of Miss Ryder. her son, Frank, returned homo Mon day. Misses Edith Fay and Ruth llawley of Mlddlebury College, who worn TlmnksgivliiK guists of Mrs. E. A, (lii)bs, returned Monday. The old horses nre being killed to savn hnv. Flvo have been shot ulrendy In this town. PROCTOR. WASHINGTON COUNTY. MONTPEI.IER The board bill for the six months from June 1 to December 1 for the 14" prison ers Hint havo been coiillm d in Wash- Jilrigo E. P. Butler has returned from ington county Jnll will bo the largest a vacation In Washington, D. C, and for some time. Sheriff Trney will axle Philadelphia. -The senior class nt the tho auditor for JJ.tfXI.W. This laige in high school cleat. (1 about $1j from two crease Is due to the workings of tho plays. Mr. aed Mrs. A. E. Strceter of new law which keeps intoxication nnd Cnstleton have returned liome.-Mlfs brench of tho peace prisoners confined Margaret Fischer has returned to her n county Jail. To offset this, the prls dutles Ht tho bank, niter visiting her oners thnt hnvo been In the care of patents In Albany, N. Y. Amos Patter- Sheriff Tracy during this time hnvo net son Is on a trip to New York State ted the State JvO) from their labor. The and MusKaehiihetts. Mr. and Mrs. Frank great drawback now Is to llnri work for Bellalr hnvo returned to Si'liemctady. the prisoners. Tho prison hoard will N. Y. Mr. and Mrs, Whltleker have meet this week to discuss a plan to moved Into nun of the new houses on fnrm out the prisoners during tho wln- Grovo street built by the Vermont Mar- . r to chop wood at one dollar tier day. hlo company Miss Anna Butler bus re and other plans will be suggested turned to Mlddlebury Collego and El- MIks Adelaide R. Unssc, llbrarlun of ward Butler to Al' auy Business Colleg. the department of public documents In the New York public llbrnry, has sent te. rim Vermont Stato librarian a vejlumu e-ontalnlng an Index of economy mater ial contained In deicuments puHlshed by tho State of Vermont. This index which Is sent out by tho department of econo mics nnd sociology of the Cnrnegio In stitute of Washington, D. C, devils with tho messages of tho governors, th printed reports of Stnte officers, leglsla tlvo committees, etc., nnd will be ot (Trent vnliie to students of Vermont his tory. In Kankruptey court Satur.lav morning Referee W. N. Thelrnult exarrin' d tho accounts of Hnreild B. Hwazv trustee In the bankrupt estate of Herbi rt N Cti' iiey of Bnrro, allowed th. account nml dlse1mrge.il the trustee Th ro wer no visible assets In this bmkrjpt es Into and no dividends roul 1 b' expect id Van R. Chase of Middlesex Center wns hefore Judge Hiram furleton In preib.ito court Snturdnv on nn i..plle.i. Hon to end him to 'he Si i'e ', tal for the Insane nt Waterbury n n Stn'i patient. He wns oidereil commoted by Judge Carloton. Fred Mancnutroppn, of tb s city a freight brakeinan on tho Crr.' Ver mont railway, had one foot bnd. tjs ed Monday while switching nt North tleld. lie wns running bnck wards when bis foot caught 111 a frog a ' before hn could release it the rear car wns npon him. He wns brought to 1'- 1 erre Barro ctreet. Els phys elan 1 ipe to snve the fmt, but Mr. Maneistroppa w "i be enn lined to his home for mmy w eks Several 1wr.es In the foot wre hr .k n Sheriff Frnnk II. Tracy M nd: y pointed Ids deputies for tl i ve-ir er . D ber 1. With th exe-t i -f Ch ef of police Faulkner "f I'arre t y were nil reappointments T.c st ' lows: Bane city. II. D. ( .t-i.p. H I Slav-ton. Lewis MeLeod, Dav.d Fa'i kne Barre town A. B Hutch'ns, J E War-1 Cabot, L, C. Lance; Fayston, George e Granlleld. Marshlle'.d. S H. Cnwln, M 1 ellesex. J. F. Hastings; M ontpeller, J L. Tuttle. H B. Wedge. II. C. Eiwson. Morrtown. T J. Ferris; Roxbury, M c Chase, Wnltsfleld. O. G Eaton; War n E. M. Turner. Wnterburv. C. C Gra s V. II. Dillingham; Wnn.p -try, J A More; Worcester, II. L. Ab'mtt John W. Rogers, a barber In the er- ploy of W. O. Estey and Miss Is,'ic'f daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs II D Pa"" ter of Randolph, were mmri"d S mda evening by the Rev. H. A 1 :zze ' at t home of the groom's parents For t i past two years the brld- has Vm a po ular clerk In the Buswell ho k' .r' ' ter a brief wedding trip Mr i -id Mrs Rogers will reside nt 33 St Pair trcet An undivided eighth of the property ii J. W. Swasey on Court street and on Town hill was sold at a-ietlni for tax 1 Monday bv City Sheriff Pollard Th property was bid off by Col. J. H Lu cia for SIM.ST and SH re.s-v c vcN, about enough to pay tbe taxes. C-!onel Luc a was the only b! Ider Mrs. Salome I. Martin died yshrdiv of pneumonia at the home of Miss Be 1 M. Martin, her daughter, at No 1 Sh p man place. Mrs. Martin was CT ye ,rj old and was a native of Bi rl!n For il yean she lived on a farm In Wllllan town with her husband, Wallace W Martin. Since his death, five years a-o. she had resided with her daughter. Mrs A. D. Harris of this city Is anolni daughter. Two sons also survive b r The burial wns In Wllllamsfown am the funeral was held here Wednes day morning at the house at ten o'ep k the Rev. Dr. J. Edward W'lght assisted by tho Rev. Frances Kimball of Rich mond officiating. An elaborate Celtic cross to bo placed over the grave of the Rev. Father Gaff ney of Rutland Is being cut ot " t .sheds of the Ryle-McCc .rmlck company This cross stands over 10 fe-t high and was ordered by Hulihan Brothers rt Center Rutland. Its cost w " b a'- jt Jl.Sfo. A tablet has been erec'd 'n the E'k lodge room to commemorite CI arl. s F Keenan, E. E. Evans. F J McCu n, William Eraser and Bart Flfzgere" whe have died since the lodge was I'-st'tu"- 1. Memeulal servlcs for these -Wri broth ers were held Sunday aft inonn Judge E. L. Wnterm in ' as snT1t te County Clerk M. E. Sin ' a ' .dun "t for the plaintiff to reenv t i i ; ,n tw road case of T. It. G rd " S" s i Moa.l of Moretown. Tlvs r ise w s 1 rj the last day county coiki w I - i last week and the Judtrm t s t r it. torney fees In n form, r - of )! ' vs. the town of Moretown Lewis M. Drew, clerk ' T the p-"t three years In the First National I ank of Montpeller. will go svi 'a Newpor' where he Is to be teller and bo .kkeenee In the Newport National bark At the annua.! meeting o' Ml' .'l's do Lnfnyot'c Chapter. Daug'i'er.s f Co American Revolution, held T'irsdav f-tei-noon with Mis-s Carr1 ' De vit M's C. If. Ileanon wns electesl regei M sa Carrie Deavltt, vice-regei t Mrs Hi l w M Smith, secretary: Jl'- G. E..'a" trensui-er: Mrs. S. P. Bu'Va'-l, reg'strar. Mrs. :i E Smllle, bi't ir . n Mrs. Abigail J. Styles S'one, wb furmeily lived In this c t w ' M's I H P. Rowell, her d.aught. r ' I Si lai o' e!.l age at New Brlta'n C nn Mrs S' i was a nntlve of Danv " was SS yea s old n-.l was twice mnr-i d O' n dren boin to her. sev, " s v vo A telegram was rr,, rl vesterliv bv J. W. Brock nnnonr 'i the iea'v nt Chicago Tuesday ni' f far . A. Rend, formerly of . U If M Rend was 70 yenrs old I'- was ' In Montpeller nnd was for i"" ' cashier of the Jlon'p r .N't bank, when James R I.r ' n was president. Mr. Rend w is i t Tliemias 11. Read, a Iiimiii. r f Mrs J t-cphlne Poland of this ty nn 1 o Mrs. E. Henry Powell i f B rin;tnn Sterling, III., and later went n Chlen HO Wliere in- ... .- - time of his death. He ts s irl ed b a wife, two daughters "i ne son The body will be br. 'ig'it to Mont . 1 nl.l.. V. T.-ria. nr. pr ror oil uii. i , , , , "h ..... nlKht. Funeral servl.es will be he Saturday morning, the Rev Or J Ed ward Wright officiating Burial wl lie in Green .Mount cemetery .mi Rend had In lnte years been a freauo visitor .In Montpeller. where he sMI mnlntnlncii tno irienusnips oi iu can yenrs. On complnlnt of Stntc's Attorne Gates, W. J. Brown, who drives th Northfleld express, was arrested yes terriay nud brought before Justice G. Wing, charged with cruelty to nnl mals In driving his horses to nn from Northfleld when tliry weto unfl for work, lie pleaded guilty nnd wa hentenccd to not less than two no more than three months nt hard labo In the House of Correction nt Rutlnm Execution of sentence wns suspendc nnd Brown wns placed on probatloi rw - mnnely. It was nn aggravated case. dipt. Edwin N. Wright, a veteran tno Civil war, ami ior many year.- mini keeper and nrmorer at the State nrsenn died estertny nt his home on Seminar hill, nged 73 yenrs. Ho served in Con pany F, 2nd Vermont rcgimeni, ami iaii ns in the emplov ot Quartermaster 1 P Pitkin. In IS-sS Gov E J Ormsbeo ai pointed him ns storekeeper n position held untd 1W when 111 health eompell (Cuullulled uu 12tb l'uno,k