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N jONE CENT A WORD Advertising In this column nno cut a word, each Insertion. Copy may bo changed every week. Cash In advance, required. No advertisement taken Which Is less than twelvo words, two line. Special terms to advertisers using from :r,0 to 1,000 lines within twelvo consecutive months. POINTERS. OWNFltS OK FAHMS who wish to biro ,-eln or to sell a fnnn should w t hi- column. Nenriy 1,000 copies of thin paper are sold every Issue and i m:r advertisement would no rean by mnnv possible buyers. 2i.vrtf WANTED. FARM WA.VTOD ON SHA.ltTW with stock and tools, can furnish team and Rood references, Howard, Kree Prwts. GtA29w,2t NOTICE ! KPPVS HKA7. Boston Store, ss-i F.STATK AGF.NCY. over Burlington, Vt. 'Phone. 17.6tftw.lt NOTICE. NOTICK. how little It costs to tell thousands of readers In many towns of Vermont what you have to sell it what you wish to buy. Adver tise In the Free Press and you will ,ret replies to your advertisement. 23,wtf NOTICE. 1 hcrt-b-- give notice that my wife, Mrs. Funk Devoid, has left my bed and board without Just cause or provocation. 1 forbid all persons from harboring or tn.st'iiR her on my account as I will pav ne ' Us of her contracting from this date. FHANK DI2VOID. V "i Pcrrisbutgh, Vt.. .7 .in 17. HK. 30,w3t 600 ACRE FARM. Wi'. keep CO cows and can easily ne inn 1' 'c keep "T. to 100, 'j m to fl It. st 'Inn i.nlv 1C in. to Burlington S7,onO, House, couifortnblr bants, liia tifn! meadow, good bill I 'tsture, r waur, fruit, i tc. t.CHXI conn; WOOD TO MH, I.. "bet-sea. 1" cows, all hay and fodder Boo' outfit tools, only SO.ooo. Cash 1..'og, ba rasv Here is the chance of a ,lfe iiri' r r a man with some help of his cwt The Reynolds Real Estate Co., IliirlluKlon. VI. Oppo.Kr Clljr Hall. rnrnin, Tlinbrr Lands, Unlets, Slorrt, Ktc., I'ur Snle. Teeth Extracted Absolutely Without 1'ntn. Tho only offlco In Burlington where you can kc teeth extracted without ft particle ot rnln without taking gas My method Is used by no other person. No pain; no -Jancer; no after effect, mi. i.. n. HA7.HN. Office, 1S5 Pino St., Burlington. Vt OfTlco tnurs, 10 to 3, 7 to S. ittij or rxvv itv. or urn I.IXIiTOV. We. the subscribers, havlntr been appointed by the Honorable Probate Court for the District of Chittenden, commissioners t' receive, examine and adjust the claims and demands uf all persons against the estate of F.ninv Uyni. late of Burlington. In -.aid dtstrkt deceased, and also all films nnd demands ehlblted In ofTset there to and "Ix months from the tla of the date hereof being allow d In said Court for that purpose, we do there fore hereby give notice that we will attend to the duties of nur appoint ment at the office of i:ilhu 11. Taft. In tb Court House, Burlington, in suld district, on the Inst day of .Tunc next at 10 o'clock Dated this ISO m., 7th on said day day of January, i:r.THF n taft, V W WARP, ''ommislonei-s. to wit i2stti2 or nr.Mtv r. cfiaxt or III ftl.l.XfiTON. Wn. the subscribers, havlntr been ap pointed by the Honoruble the Probate Curt for thtj iJlstrict of Chittenden, cr mmlssloners to ieclve, uxnmlno and ndtust thn claims it nil dnmnuds of a'l i errion aRulnut the estate of Henrv ," (irant, late of linrllnston. ii t 1 district deceased, anil also all r' lms and demands exhibited In offset thereto, and six month-t from the day of the date hereof bclnir allowed by said court for that purpose, wu do therefore hereby Rive notice that we will attend to the duties of our ap 1 'ment fit the olTlee of John .1 I2n r - t on CnlloRe st-et.t. In ftiirllnKton, Ir s-ild district, on the n-eond Sat ir tints of February and July, net at two n'emck p. m., nn each of said davs. 1'iieii this Hth day ot January, .KK J M OHO AN, IIDWAKD M. STI-2VKNS 10 iv'i Commission. -rt. iis-iA-n: OK IMMKI. J. WAI.STO.V. iii.M:in'it(;n. STATE OF VEIIMONT, District of Chittenden. Tl.f Probate Court for tho District of Chittenden. To all persons Interested In the es tate of Daniel .7 Walston, lute of lllnesburKh. in snltl district, deceased, aitKKTlNG; Whereas, said court hiw. assigned the sill dav of February, next, for the set I'ement of tho account of the admin istrator of the eslate of Daniel J. Wnlstoii. late of HinesburKli, In pnld district, tleceasetl, ami for n decree of the residue of said estnto to the lawful claimants of tho same and ordered that public notice thereof bn Riven to all persons Inter ested In said estnto by publlshlnR this order three weeks successively prev ious to the day assigned, In the Ilur llliRton Weekly Freo Press, a news paper published In said district. Therefore, you are hereby notllled to nppenr at the Probate Court rooms In HurllnKton, Vt., on tho day aslRnet1, then end theie to contest tho allowance of said account If you wen cause, and to establish your rlRht as heirs. leRntees ard lawful claimants to said residue. (liven under my hand, this 21st day of January, 100S, M. NKM.11'2 FI.YNN. HO, wilt HeRlster. r.STATI-2 OI-' JAM'". tlel.AIKilll.IN' F IIUHI.IMGTON. We, the subscribers, having been ap pointed by the Honorable Probate Court for the District of Chittenden, commissioners to receive, examine and adjust the claims and demands of all persons against tho estnto of Jano Mc laughlin, latn of Hiirllngton. In said district, deceased, and nliio all claims nnd demnnds exhibited In offset thoretoi nnd nix. months from the day of tlm dntn hnroof lut ing nllowed by suld court for tht pur poito, wn do therefore hereby rIvk no tice that wn will uttend to thn ditties of our appoint intuit at thn Brocnry ntnrn of John W, Dulny, No, (12 Sprum hi met, In said tllHlrlnt, on thn third Thursdays of April it nil July, next, at 10 o'clock n. in,, mi t-uuli of buld days, Dalid this 17lh duy ot January, 190R, JOHN W DALHY, UUWAHI'l iirNWH, THE STORY TELLER. now a jrrxirc savrd his chanci:. A ttory, Mid to be characteristic, Is told of nn Arkansas Judge. It seems that when be convened court at one of the towns on his circuit, It was found thnt no pens, Ink or paper hud been pro vided, and upon Itiqutry It developed tint no i mitily funds wen available for this purpose. The judge expressed himself somewhat for. efully. then drew sotin money from his own pocket, lie was nhotlt to hand this to tile clerk, when a visiting l.iwer, n high-priced, linpoileil article, brought on to defend a case of Mime ltirirlnncc, .spoke up, In an aside plainly niltllblc over the room. Well." lie remarked, with Infinite con tempt. "I've ccii sumo pi city bad court., but this well, this Is the limit!" The old Judge flushed darkly. ''You nre lined Wi for contempt, sir! Hand I he nnine to the clerk! he said, and when the pompon visitor had hum blv compiled, he conilnuoil: Now, Mr. Clerk, go out and get what pens, Ink and paper uio court may re quire, and If there Is anything left over, vou can give the Rcntlemati his change." Harper's Weekly. lllvll PTIPFLATION. When a rosv-cheeked, Rood-liulurcl Irish tf Irl . fresh from the other side .re cently sought employment In the service of n Cermantown' woman, the latter be pin uitlonsly to Interrogate the Rlrl as to her qualifications. Can you rook. Nora?" asked the ladv, most earnestly "Are you a Rood cook?" 'Yes, mum, I t'lnk so," responded the Kit I, nalvel, "IT ye ll not try to help me " PUKM STIltF, OBITFAHIHS. One of t -rudltions of the tifllco of tlie New Yiik Herald haB to do with in lltor who w a- a great upholder of the Infallibdltj of his paper. It simply couldn't nrike a mistake. A flustered Iti7.cn onco burst Into hli onico and bustle.! up to the editorial desk. "Sec here'" he demanded. This obituary note i It' all wrong!" 'What's .timh about It' asked the editor In calm ou'iiti-nee. 'Why, It's ah" me. I'm not dead 'If the Hi raid avs you're doid sternly replied lie editor, "you're dead Hut, he added magna ninintlsly, "If you don't like belnn dead we'll print your birth nolle " Ills attitude wax nther different from that of another htor. who, on bolnir shown hv the man n-"St Interested tint the death of the conplnlntant was fnlsu ly reported. apolocr. d profusely and offered to make it all rlsht. "We'll print a ' orrectlon at once," he said. "Well." said the nv who wasn't dead, perhaps It would 'm h.-tor to let It stand. I'll show It to ii, Mends when they want to borrow n.i ' Woman's Home Companion. WAS BUllA KIN' . II1S H12AHT. President Manuel A'nntlor of Panama tells this little tale of a certain Cuban millionaire: "An unfortunate man onco obtained ic crs to this millionaire and started lo lay before him his woes, lie depicted ills wretched povertv in most vivid colors. Indeed, so Rtaphle was the man's sad story that the millionaire felt himself affeeted as he had never been before. With tears in his eyes he summoned his servant and In a quavering voice said: " 'John, put this poor fellow out. Ho Is breaklnR my heart.' " Kveiy body's Magazine. CllAltl.O t, VHJ Vl-V VKHMONT, i'r vrr.. District STATK OF ot Chittenden The Honorable the Probata Court, f, r tlie District of Chittenden. To tho heirs nnd all persons Inter filed in the rM.ite of Charles l.avlRne. tite .if HIiie-i.iirRli. In saltl tllstrlet. deceased, OHi;i2TiN; Whereas, application liuth been mado lo tills Court In writing, bv the ad mlnlilrittor uf tin- estate of Charles Ui-vlg-ne, late of HlnesbiirRh. tleet.ised, praylnR for license and authority to sell the whole of thn real estate f said deceased, lepreseiiiltiK to said court, that It would lie benelirial to the heirs ittitl all persons Interested In the estate of said deceased, to sell the whole of the real estate of said de ceased, anil convert the same Into money. And brlmtinpr Into Court the consent and approbation In writing, of all the heirs to said estate residing in this State, and setting forth the situation of tho real estate. Whereupon, the said Court appointed and assigned the Sth day of February, 10K. at tint Probate Court tuoms. In said district, to hear and decide upon said application nnd petition, and or-dt-ied public notice thereof to bu I'lVfn to all persons interested tnerein, bv publishing said order, toRethcr wttb tho time and place of hearing, throe weeks successively in no- miniiiKioii Weekly Free Press, a i.owspaper which circulates in the neiRhborliood of those persons Interesieti in sain e.tiaie, an which publications shall be previous to tho day asslcrned for henrli.R. Therefore, vou nre hereby notified to npjx-ur before said Court, at the time and place asslKncd, then and there in i-aitl Court to make your objection to the Rrantlns of such license. It you ue ffttiae. Given under my hand, .it Court rooms, this 21st tl.iv 1'ins. Lie Probate f January, FLYNN. Hi glter. M. N12I.I.I12 Sft.wSt ns'rATij or .iohv it. itmi it(;i:. STATE OF VCHMONT, Dlstr.ct of Chit tenden. To nil persons Interested In tho es tato of Jolm H. Hobarge, late of Hur litiirton. In said tllstrlet, deci-asetl, OHKCTINO: At a Probate Court, hoblen at Hur Hngtou, v.'lthln and for the District of Chltttntlen, on the 1 "111 day of Janii nry, lffOS, nn Instrument purporting tu be the last -, III mid testament of John Ii. nobargc. late ot Hiirllngton. in said district deceased, was presented to the court aroresaiti, tor probate. And It Is ordured by said Court that Hie Stli day of Feb.. ISO., at the I'm. bale Court rooms In suld Hurlli.R ton, b unsigned for proving laid Instrument; and that not too thereof bo glien to nil persons concerned, bv puhllthlnic nils oruer inreo wt-tins aucccssivtsiy in the liurliilgton Weekly Free Press, a newspaper puniisnrti at Hurllnstoii previous to the lime nppnlnted. 1 nertiiore, yuu tint ttrreny uniuiflc. to appear before said court, at tho tlmo and place aforesaid, . nl contest th probatn of said will, If you havo cnUHe, Given under my hand at UurllnRton In said district, this 17th day of Jan nary, 100S. MAHCKLLUS A. HINCHAM, HO.wSt .lutlge. I'.S'I'ATH OF MAUV NOVI'.S VII. AS OK ih'iu.in(;to. We. tho subscribers, having been nppolntetl by thn Honorable Probato Court for the District of hltteuden commissioners to receive, examine an ndjust the claims and demands of all persons against the eslate of Mary Noyps Vilas, late of Ilurllngton, In Mild district deceased, and also all claims and demands exhibited In offset there to; and six months from tho day of tho datti hereof burnt allowed by said court for Hint purpose, we do there ffirn hereby kIvh notice that wo will uttnmi to t iiu iiiiuns or our appoint meat ill tho officii of Hllliu II. Tnft III the Court limine, In liiirllugtou, in mild dlutrlul, on tint last Mays of .'e5 niiiry and Juno, iiexl, at 0 o'clock a ni., on tmiili nf said days, Dated tlll.i H)lh day of January won, (HIM AN ! HAY. C, V, HUOWNlili.L, HUaJSX ""'"III iBHtiHi MH HAPPENINGS IN VERMONT. (Conllnned front Klrat Page) LINCOLN. Thursday evening about 3fi friends of Mr and Mrs. Jloyt HmTth called on thorn In their new homo. Hofrcsh mcnts were served nnd Mr. Smith was presented with n Morris chair from the mill hands, ami Mrs. Smith n purse of $" from the rest of the company. The lto -. f!. V. Wells. Arthur lltislol and son, fleorRc, attended the Y. M. l A. convention In Mlddlebury Saturday .Mrs. O. A. Thayer Is III. Tim Itcv. W. T. Forsyth ot Mlddlebury will deliver a lecture In the flood Templars' hall Thurs day evonlnir on "A Trip Around the World," lllustrnted by slereoptlcon views. Mr. nnd Mrs. Miner are In lluntlnRtnn for a few days. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. J. llrown were called lo Monkton Saturdiy on account of the serious illness of Mrs. Itrown's father. Mary Kstey was at home over Sunday, Millard Kstey came home Monday, returnltiR to HurllnRlon Tnes,lay. Mrs. Wells entertained her Sunday rchool class of small hoys Mon day evenltiR. Monday mornlntr as A. J. Paleeby .ml O. A. Thayir were drivlnR the hore commenced klcklnp, and after unptylnR the slelRh of Its occupants he kicked himself clean, ran about three ml.es nnd turned Into a yard where there was n double team stan-llnR. He rushed In between the horses and was cut badly Ith the sled inn&uo. Fortunate no one was seriously Injured. CORNWALL. Mr. and Mrs. Frank DelonR aro the parents of c daughter born January H. Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Dona returned to New Haven Saturday after a few days In town. Mrs. Uoy IllnRham, who has hern ipilte ill with the Rrlp. Is slowly recnverlnR. Chatles Foote while at work about a circular saw, cut three ot his MtiRors badly. Quite a number from her" attended the drama "1'ncle ttiilie" Riven uniler the auspice of the Hrldpon Orance at the Of titration of the new hall, Thursday and Friday eVeti'tiR. Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles U Hana of New Haven were RUevtst of A. W. l-'oote and Alfred Payne Thursday ami Friday. Charles Foote cut three of his tltiRors last week by comltm In contract wit li a circular saw. Charles Otis N fast re covering from a recent fall In tho K-un. NORTH FERRISBURGH. Mrs. S N. Allen has ictiirned from sev eral weeks with relatives in Casayuna. N. Y. Mrs. ll?.7.ie Hutchinson of Pantou Is vivltlnR Mrs. Carlos Martin. Carlos Mar tin reputed l eoii'i Mon.l.iv EAST MIDDLEBURY. Mr and Mr, fluv Summer f Troy are visliiiiR at F.lwln Sumner's. MONKTON. Mrs. I,. H. Meech and RrantldauRliter, Myrtle, were in HrNtol Saturday. -J. 1-2. I'ojllns returr ed to Mlddlebury Monday where he is attendinR county court. Mrs. A. C. Iuwis of Mlddlebury passed Suntlav with her inolhei. Mi. M, A. Collin. Mrs. D. :. Mfeeh lias retuined from P.oston. Mr. and Mr-. W. II. t!ee passed Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs, William Iartch ot Shelburne. Mr. and Mrs. .1. 7-2. Collins and Mr. and Mrs. D. F2. Meech attended the Knstorn Star meetinR at UlnesbiirRh Friday even InR. The sick are Mrs. F. C. nmcson, Mrs. W. C tlonnhue, Mrs. D. J Mc I2ntec nnd Mrs Fdward C.ee. ORWELL. Tin- event of the week will be a meet inR nt the town hall this evenlnR .iibiiessed by Mason Stone Slate super intendent of education, Mayor W. J. MlRclnw of "HurlltiRton and Col. F. I. Op-no of St. Albans on a "Creator Ver mont." There will be music by loci) t-i'ent -Mrs. Joseph l.aDnc died Sunday iiiRl't after a kniR sickness in her N2nd v. ar The funeral wa.s held at St. Paul's I'hurr-li Wedne.stlav mornlnR. HANCOCK. fieorRn Farr was In 73oston last week l-iy Martin of Iloston was In town over Sunday to see his father, Azro, who In S2 years old nnd well and hearty. Twenty-five neighbors and schoolmates of Abble Katon Rave her a very plea.Hant lirj'rlse party Saturtlay evenlnR. WEST BRIDPORT. Hart Myrlck was In Port Henry. N. Y., last Week. The drama "I'nclo Kube" Riven by the Htidport (IraiiRe in Its new- hall, wa. well attended Thursday an 1 Filda. eveniriR.-O. S. fllbbs and F. W. Hurl u ere iuCrown Point Saturday. Mrs. lletsev Stevens is 111. Mrs. Klbla Frost Is spenditiR the week In Shoreham. The reek btidRe at the Hutchinson saw mill is In a very poor condition. Walter O'Neal of Moriah, N. V., was in town last wick. FERRISBURGH. Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Sherman and Mrs. Wilson were visitors In Hiirllngton Tuesday. Mr. anil Mrs. Charles Corn- stock and daughter, Faith, are serious ly 111 with typhoid fever. Howard Hvnrts, a young son of George Hvarts, is also very 111 with the same disease. Station ArciH Herbert and Stanley Ilnctin are improving In health. The next meeting of the soclnl club will bn held with Mrs. L. 12. Avery January, 30. The social club will give an oyster supper in tlie town hall this Thursday evening. Supper served from six to nine o'clock. WHITING. The Hev. S. F. Goodheart attended the ministers' meeting In Mlddlebury Tues day. Henry Kraus, fur dealer of New Yotk, was wa.s a guest of V. C. ami II. U. Kelscy last week. Mrs. Freeman ha.1 pone to Iloston to visit her son, Oonriro Alden. Mrs. Helen Walker hnn returned homo from the West where she was the g jetJt of relatives for over n year. BRIDPORT. Tlie Marvin trio of TIconderoRu, will bo at M.isonlc hall January 31. Mary St. John of Cornwall was a icoent guest nt G, 1-2. St Johns's. F.vio Pond nnd son have returned to their home In Mlddle bury. Mr. and Mrs, L. W. Dayton paFsed Saturday nt F. P. Wood's In Mlddlebury, At the drnmn nnd lunch Thursday nnd Friday evenlnts the Orange realised 1S4, --Mrs. C. 12. Palmer and two sons have returned from their visit In New Haven, MONKTON RIDGE. The WIlllnB Workers will meet Friday nftrinonn with Mrs. A. F. Russell. Mrs. Ilnrrv Vnneelett returned Sunday from ,i several days' visit with Mrs. Hert Lawrence. GRANVILLE. nobeii Ford wan In Warren Sunday. Ills mother, who hud been vlnltlng there, roturnnd with hlm.-I-eu Itrown and family went In week,- W, H, Wttpreii Umj first of tli.i CnmeH iin Miss Cauio (Jurrett were In Hatlilolpll Tue4tt'.- iif.ri.Hrt Whitney want to Hoyulton n ituy to work tor hU uncle,. I'turJ XJcwoy. ADDISON. The Indies' Improvement Hoelcty It preparing to rIvo n drama next innth. Tho Lndles' Aid society next meotlni? will bo held February 6 MrB. Howard Clark Ih III. -Tlie rcttmlns ot Miss Mary Oorham of Saratoca wero brought hero for burial Saturday. She formerly lived here anil was the daughter of the late William Oorbatn. She was Ifi years of tiRo and tiled of consumption. Mr. and Mrs. Decker, Mr. nnd Mrs. MetiRle and (lertle Oorhnm of S.ir.UoRa, who were hern over Sunday with relatives, came with tho body of Mary Ctorhnm. Ubbin SprlRK, who haw been stnylns nt Mrs. 1. P, nark's, Iuih Rone to WeybrldRit lo re main wltli Mrs. Shaw. The CiraiiRO hfl-l i meetliiR Itlay night to install ofllcers as follows: Master, A. r. LiarK; over seer, S, K. Smith; lecturer, Mrs. Jennie llurpee; sttMard, Arthur Piper: assist ant stewm-d, Hussell Smith; chaplain, the liev. 11. H. While; treasurer, J. C. Thorns; secretary, Mrs. A. T. Clnrk: pate keeper, Hollln Sherbenn; Ceres, Josephine liortlelte; Pomolii, Jessie Will marth; Flora, Stella Clark; latly assist ant steward, Clara Clnrk. Worthy Mns-te- W. M. Denn of FerrlsbiirRh was tlie InstalllnR olllrer, assisted by Mr. Palmer. -J H. ILiy has sold Ills farm to I,eon lturpee. Mr. and Mr'. John Carr and Howard Clark went to lirlstol Sunday to attend the funeral of Whltedeld KlnR man. SOUTH STARK SB ORO. Mr and Mrs. Homer Host wick of Ad dison visited his mother, Mrs. Joel AlRor last week. .Mr. lleilrartl has Rone to I luntbiRbm Center to work for Mr. Itarllett and wilt move his family there In the sprlnR. Miss (trace I.nFayette and sister, (ilatl.ss, isitcd In New Haven over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Hurrnws. who have been connected with the Cole Lumber Co., are moving to Jericho Mr. and Mrs. Daniel SirRent visited Mis l-lsther Orvls. who I III last week Stephen YounR and family are Hav ing with his mnthfr. Mis. Miry YounR. Hertnle 'Purlnton is vIs tlnR his sister. Mr". Milt. WrlRht. Mrs. Stephen Yoiiiir nnd Mrs. Walter purinton lire III. -Mrs Abble Johnson o' Lincoln visited her cousin. Mts. Dai it! Follansb'-e, Su-i-tlay. WEYBRIDGE. Miss Pearl Fuller of Mlddlebury Col- leR.. wn-s the RUest "f Mrs. Clyde l K" Satuiday and Sunday. -Mrs. Carl Shaw! of 1 turhni'ton has been visiting relatives I in town for a few d.ivs. Mr. and Mr. j Thomas Dewey and .Miss Nellie Stowe I went to Itocliester Sui.dav to attend the I funt nil of their niece. Miss F.lhel Hells. - Miss Lllfbie SprlRR of Veicennes Is the guest of lier niece, Mrs. J. S. Shaw. Tlie Methodist sncictr wdl hold Its annual deviation and o-. ster supper at the ehurcli jnirlors Friday evenlnR, January ni. SALISBURY. Charles KinRSley. ulio has been oult'e si'k with pneumonia, is u little better. Mrc. William Hrmi ii and daiiRhter, iiatls, ,u e with Mrs Uraiu'li's parents at Kutland. Cliffoid wulmby is 111 with appendicitis. Mrs. Frr-k Casey anil son, Cnlson, of Hurllnstoii, callei! on ln-I Rrandmother, Mrs. Diana Thomas, and other lelatives Tucdny. Mrs. Atlell Mack, who has lteen ,iiite sck. Is able to sit up patt of the tlm Mrs Frank La- Francis and Miss Jul'i Kills are visiting In Lmcoln. EAST MONKTON. The W. C. T. F ladies' will meet nt 72merson Beers' Filday February 7. The eleven year oh. son of Henry White met with it painful .nctdcnt last Monday while spiitthiR vood. scrverinR three fln Ri rs fiom his riglit hand.-Miss Mary ltoseoe is stoppliiR with Mrs. Kdgnr Meatltir. who is seriously ill. Peth Wel le r has moced to FerilshurRh, where he has hired a farm. Kast Monkton cream ery paid Jl '.0 pr hundred for Decrmber milk. BENNINGTON COUNTY ARLINGTON. Ite.1 Mountain Lodge, No. OS, of Free and Accepted M it-uns, celebrated Us 45th anniversary in -Masonic hall Friday even ing, January 17 Tint lodge was Instituted January 15, 1M2 flight worshlptul, Henry H. Hoss of Ilurllngton, grand secretary, and George I, Woodcock of Manchester, district deput Rr.ful master, represented tin- Grand lxtdue of Vermont. Adonlr.im Uidgti of Man. hett-r, Mount Anthony Iodge of I?i nni- Rtiin, and Tucker Lidge of North lvm-.! eton were well repre sented. Visit 'm; m. mliers from Hullierforil, N. ,1.. ltulliii'l. Hiirllngton. Pawlet ami Dauby; Trot .V Y., Cambridge, N. Y Skaiieateles. N Y., I2vansvlle, Intl., Claremnnt, N'. H . nnd Fnvboro, Mass., were piosen Dr. Wlnllel, S. Phillips, who presided was made a MiiMin In pW, anil set veil the lodg,. as master In ISS1, HV2. 1S.S.-,, lfS7. IW .mil 1W. He has also represented the triand mister In this dis trict, and a- u-h dedicated Pownal Iodge of Nirt" Pownal Charles H. Young, worsliipf i! master in l5,"ii, and now tlie only living , hnrb r member, was present ami re .H,, the nngratiilatlons and good wbht ' of the brethren. The entered appn-ntl , '"egree was tho work of th'' evening m,l was received by Dr. Scott K. Gi-v .mil J. P. Snyder. The bantiiet, sene, , Landlord Cuillnan at the Arlingtoi II fiie. was spreatl at 11:30 p. in., nnd horoucbly enjoyed by sixty master Masrr. CALEDONIA COUNTY. FIARDWICK. riiere wen no . rvire. at the F.ap'.lst Church Sunilay as tlie luntor, the P,ey. J. II. Dlxoi, wa culled to Charleston to attend a funeral. Mr. W. L. Dow, who bus len erit cnlly ill with pneu monia. Is sllRhtlv Improved. W. It. Cratldall hm been e o 1 1 1 1 1 1 . -1 to the house for several da with an attatk of the glip. The ltc Jos. ph I'lscher, who con ducted evmgeliMii meet. mts here for nearly two week., return) l to his honnt In Connect cut Frltlav. Tin' four-act dinma, "Vallet i-.irm." will be present ed at the opi t i house thin evening by tlie Kant cm star of Craftsbury. Mrs. Georpe italph and t blld have gnno to Keene, X li, t viHit friends. Mrs. Atkins of I'll,,,, .v. . Is visiting her husbiiud's Mother, Mrs lb nry DeFord. Mrs. Harr- c,,l,. s M Montveer visit ing .Mrs. Orace nOM1i Mrs G. O. Kim has been IsUImk n Cabot for several days. Mi and Mrs. LOd Harr are par ents of an Infant son. Morton Cass has commenced work p the postofflce. A son ncently arrived In the family of Mr. nnd Mr Gertrude c, house by If engineer, V , . W Ilium Traynor, Miss "In i, ci confined to tho '" 72. H. Welch, n civil i emc here from Johnson in rfflce. Mr and Mrs. irne of South Dakota are and opened Julius Sher' vIsltltiR In Is 111 with wn - Mips Marv Wnkelleld 'e rrtp. CHUBB 'S CROSSING, W A. Hrldges is slowly convalescing. Ills brother Wllmer, Is csrlng fur him. -Mrs. M. J nmlnf.il l suffering with tho Rrlp,- Wllll.un Wright Ii snwlnu wood for .Mm, Snnbom, -Henry Urldtfeu ST. JOHNSBURY. John T. norland died at his homo early Monday morning nt ncuto diabetes af ter u very short Illness and tho an nouncement of his death came as a Rreal shock to the townspeople. He was born In Dundonald, Scotland, Kl years iiro and for over SS years had been bend gnrtlener at trnderclyffe, the home of Frank II. Hrook.i. Mr. norland was one of the best reail men In town, one of tho founders of the Scotia club nnd a splen did citizen. He leaves a wife nnd two adult sons. Harry A. Flint, who Is In the entering class at the F. H. Nnval Academy at Atinnpolls, has resigned and received nn appointment from Senator IiilllnRhatn at West Point. Ho will en ter the military academy In March. Frank 7.. Fish of VcrRcnncs, thn no tional bank examiner, wilt address the Men's club of tho North Church Friday evenlnR on banking. Tlie northern mid winter convention ot the Advent Chris tian Church will be held with the Ad vent Church In this place February 4 to 1. All the Advent CI arc lies In northern Vermont, northern New Hnmpshlre nnd the southern part of tlie Province of Quebec, nre Included In this confer enee. The nag ov r the hall of Crnmbcrlln Post, (1. A. 1! , Is again ut halt tmust on airount of i h. Orei th of Major Ctcorge. W. Ilonett which occurred at his home Sunday. He was Mm In tho neighbor Ing town of WntrrforO and had a bril liant army record, lie enlisted In the Inl Vermont and was breveted major near its close for gallantry In the as sault on I'etcrsburfe'. He was at that time nn Oen. L. A. Grant's staff. Since the war he had been encaged as an Iron moulder, beltiR for V) years an employe at the scale factory The dirts-tors of 12. I. lann.inKs ,v in, nave declared a quarterly Olvhlond of a share, n tie. crease of $1 from their last dividend.. Almut SO friends of Charles H. Thayer, for nearly Tfi years an employe at tho qe(io factory, called on him Tuesday afternoon and presented him w.tli a Morris chair. Mr. Thayer was In capacitated for work six weeks ngo by beln Seriously hunted by coming In contact with boiling sal soda and Is Just aide to sit up after his Inlurles. Tho January session of llie Wheelnek Associa tion of Free Itaptlst. Churches opened n three days' session In the l'ree H.tptl"t Church Tuesday afternoon. Seventy members of the Snnwshoe club enjoyed a tramp Monday evening followed by a chicken pie supper nt Pythian hall. At the business mrctlng Carl T. Turner was elected pres'dent -,nd Clavtnn V. Perry, secretary nnd treasurer The fonii.il opening of the remodelled Y. M. C. A. building will occur Saturday, February 1. CHITTENDEN COUNTY. V7ESTF0RD. rs. i.. . Gro, . who bas been ran- gnrouslv 111 for the past week, Is some- ! what bt tter The Sunday school meet-j ing January 2 for Milton and Westford will be held In Milton Instead of this p. ace. Tht re seems t t have been a general r-lsiinderstaiitiine over the Sunday i-choo meeting. H hns been decided that It Is to be in tills place January 2. fore noon and afternoon sessnns only. II. W. llelde- paid "D 1-2 cents per pound for butter fat In milk received in Decem ber. HUNTINGTON CENTER. Amos Small has sold his f irm to Stephen Hlggs of Hlchtnnnd ami expects to move t,, Hurlington In the near future. II. W. Glllett v!'ted his fatln In Hssex Junction the last of the week. Anglic Tomllnsnn of llolton commencetl work Saturday nt Hnrtlett ,t Co.'s mill as engineer. Mr. and Mrs. Levi Taft re turned home Saturday from visiting her sister, Mrs. John Cutter, In Hlnehnrgh. SHELBURNE. Miss Anna Harvty of Ci-tb ton visited heiu over Sunday. William Harmon of Muntjwller and Georgo Collamur of IJarre wore here over Sunday. About CO couples attended a dance at Woodmen's hall Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. 12. F. Uebhardt have return-.1 from a visit to New York. An entertainment was given Tuesday evening in tin- patlsh houi-o of Trinity Church Ly a tr.uip of colored co etlians from New York. -Churtex Velch has gone to New- York Mbs Laura Collamcr Is recovering from her recent Hint-... H. F. Saxton Is con valescent after a week's illness. J. .. Corey of tlie Shelburne Farms office has been gianttd a three months' leave ot absence on n-count of poor health. Mts, Giiliislri Weeks Is recovering from an at tack of the grip. Tlie town clerk reports 0 marriages, L".i births. 10 deaths for the year 1 907. -Dr. H. H. Lawrence has returned to l'ltchburg. Mass.. after a few tlays at Dr. F H. Stoddard's L. lll'on Farr re tinned to Springfield, Tuesday after week's stay with his i ouslns, the Stoddard... The young people hrtl a tlance In Woodmen's hall Saturday evening. WINOOSKI. The annual meeting of thr I'nusregn- tiotia! Church nml society was held in the church parlors Wednesday cvenln ami the following officers elected: Chair man, D. H. DcnnlnR; clerk. Mis. F. 11. lilgwood; trusties, C. II. Stew ns, 12. H, Whitney, D. II. DcnnlnR; treasurer, W. 12. Macltiide; collector, Mrs, W. 12. Mac Hride; autlitor, Mrs. F. 12. Itlgwond. Tin reports showetl the chinch in a good financial condition, ftce from debt and wltli n balance In the treasury. Mr. ami Mrs. S. H. Mnreotte, 1iuls Marcotte nnd daughter, Miss Anna Mtircntte, left Monday morning for Los Angrles. Cal . where they will re main about three months During their absence, I"). J. Cahaliin who has been employed for the past few months In the drug store of Marker & 12viins In ltrnndoii, will act as manager for tho Marcotte pharmacy. Officer Frank Itergeron will go to. tiny to Wnterhury with Alcl.le Alex who was recently adjudged Insane. ESSEX CENTER. Ffrit lids of Mr. ami Mts. Oeotge Harrow gave tin m a supper Filday evening, it iiemg tn, ir eiRiiin anniversary. -Warren Day is vi.-Iiuiit Ids uncle. S. II, Diy, .it Hnndolph The Ladles of the Itaptlst Church gave Mis Mary Hooth a suipilse Saturtlay, her 73rd birthday. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Ijc.-ich of II.vOo Park lMtcd their dniiRhler, Mrs. T. W. Ilanley, Sun day. COLCHESTER. Mrs. Fll7.a Cook is confined lo the bed with an attack of bronchitis. The enndl tlon of Miss Ilesslo Wilson, who Is MI with typhoid fever, remains about the same. Tho annual meeting of the Co- operatlvo Creamery association will be held nt the parish house Monday, Feb ruary .1 A donation party will bo given the Hev, J. T, lliuzell Frldny nfternoon nnd evcnlnK.'-Mrs, F, It, Nelson con tinue!, critically 111, Edward Sceer Is contlned to tho house by Illness. WDLLISTON. Fred Iivell of Talcott Is very 111 Ith pleuro-pneumonla. Mr. Laiihua Is out of his head most of tho tlmo and Is evi dently foiling.--Miss llrown was In Ilur llnglon Saturday. Miss Fltzslmonds, teacher In district No, 13 was obliged to close her school on account of her sick ness with the grip. Frank Tcrrlen nnd Alice Scnr. were married Tuesday In I'2sscx. The Wllllston Minstrel club will give an etitertalnmunt Friday and Sat urday evenings. Tho ondltlon of Fred Lavallo remains about the same. Mrs. Wlllard Chapmnn ot Tnlcott Is 111. Mr. and Mrs. Ouy A. Iawson and tlanghter, Mary, passeO Suntlay with relatives In Iturllngton. Miss Helen Clnrk of HurlliiRtnn high school was at homo over SunOay. Miss Adelaide Morrill Is spending a few days In llur llngtnn. Frank Lenox of Ilcrlln Is vlsltlnt? Mr. nnd Mrs. Pearl Pryor. The Key. p, M. Kent has returned from Hutlnnd. Mrs. Kent l. visiting In Troy, N". Y. An adjourned meetlnff of Uio fourth rptarterly conference will be held Thurs day evening at the close ot prayer meet ing. Tho Lincoln lecture has been post poned to February 9 to give place to tho anlver.t:ir sen-Ice of the Christian llmleavnr s-ie.lcty February 2. The Hev. IJ. M. Kent has returned from Ilutland, where he has been conducting special ser vices the past week. Mrs. Kent Is In Troy, N. Y vlslllnR relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur P.rown nnd son were guests of Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Johnson Wednes day. JERICHO. Mrs. M. M. Hcmlngton Is In I2sse.t Junction - Miss IScrthn Cochrane Is at home from Wllllston, where she has ben with her sister, Mrs. Pert Fuller. Loreii Jturroughs of Starksboru has rented the house recently occupied by F. W. Iluxton ami will move here this week. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Safford, Jr., ami son, when went Saturday lo Hcrkshiro expect to return to-day. Mrs. 11. G. llrown Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. C. 12. Nay, in Ilurllngton.- Mrs. Mnrg-.ire' Hoban has returned from a few weeks' visit with her daughter In Hurlington. -E. Wright l-'.iy has returned from the West where he has been employed by Wright Dros. nf Wllllston Theodore Williams and George Howe of the V. V. M, were nt homo over Sunday. The township Sun day fchool Institute will meet Friday nt the Baptist Church. Holla L'lrxlgett has icturned from rnderhill. white he has been work ing ami is attending the grammar school. J. F. Krewet returned to New Yotk Saturday after a few weeks' stay in town. Mls Grace Icnch of Fletcher Is visiting Mrs. L. C Hice. Misscn Marjory Hulbutd and Mary Gray, who linve been visiting at Dr. Hulhurd's have returned to Burlington. Mrs, Ka e Gi'.l has been visiting Mrs. Sirah Mar'In. Andrew Fltzsimotels is in Hi nekton. Mays., to atPm! tin- funeral of his aunt, Mrs. Lie, m.-J imcs Cirroll and Thnmm Adrien were in rnderhill Center Monday tn attetnl the funeral of Mrs. Frank Mitrlnw. Mis Jessie Paratloe 1s at linmi from Hssex Center. Chase X- Son com menced cutting ice no Havcy's pond. Mon day. The Ice Is not thick, only about in Inch's, but Is of goo,i quality. .miss Madce Rood returned tn Burlington Mon day. Albert Sehlllhammcr, wno nas necn confined to the house for a week, is out. Mrs. Martha Better has returned from a visit in Bnrre. .Iss Alice Kinney Is confined to the house by Illness. Mrs. n. i.. llrown re turned Tuesday from a few- days' visit m Hurlingtn-.i. Mrs. Harlow Perripo. who has been in Craftsbury c: ring for her daughter, returned home Monday. The three depart! ents of tho village school are planning for an entertainment to ne plven in February. P. S. Mcf.lbl.oti will have charge of the creamery for another year. Mr. and Mrs. 12. B. Willi ims were In Burlln.Tton yesterday. News lias bee-i received here by Mrs. Tomlln t .at her hushmd, the Hev. Clement Tonu -i. is 111 ot pneumonia in MeadevMIe. Pi. whero be is taking a course In the the.ilnRlc.il ciiIIcrc. Miss Anna Yantz Is In Burling ton for a week. RICHMOND. C. S. Hopkins, a deputy of thn Ver mont Stato Grange, wuu In town tho latter part of last week Interesting tho farmers In a local order. The organ ization of the Grunge took place Sat urday night and the following otlicers were elected and Installed: Master tl. A. Hhoads; overseer, D. J. Squires; lec turer, M. J. Gleosnn: steward, A. S. Johnson; assistant steward, C. 11. An drews; chaplain, Mrs. M. S. Whitcomb; treasurer, C. S Towne, secretary. Blos som 1'". Goodrich: gatekeeper. S. F An drews; Ceres, Mrs 1-2 A. Hhoads; Po mona, Mrs. D. J. Squires; Floia, Mrs. ,. C. Johnson; latly assistant steward, Mrs. C. B. Andrews. There were forty on tlie charter list and a goon cicgren of Interest was r.anlfested. The next meeting will be held Monday, Febru- aiy ". The Misses Mills and Hose O'Brien, who have been the guests of Mrs. Mary Burke, have returned to Waterbury. Mrs. Charles Bcssett and C. L. Besett have retiirtutl from a visit in Burling ton. Miss M,iuln u'Brlen visited in Burlington Monday. .Miss Mllllcetit Murnhv. who has been contlned to the house by Illness the past week, Is con valcscent. J. W. McGarRhan anil Mar tin Lagan and Mr. nnd Mrs. Tuson Tor rlen intended a funeral In Underbill Monday. Tlm Aid Circle of tho King's Daughters has olected the following olllcers: Lender, Mrs. G. W. Palmer vii t -leailer, Mrs. George Bartlett; second vice-lender, Mrs. D. D. Parker; secre tary, Mis. Leon Hall; assistant secre tary, Mrs J. II. Morton; treasurer. Mrs A. T. Stevens. Mrs. S. Bashaw. who his lite,, 111 the ,iast week, Is lm tinning Mrs. 12lsle Norton visited her daughter, Mrs. Charles Oliver over Suntlay. The installation of officers ot Queen Kslhcr Iodgo of ltebck.ihs took place in 1. o. O. F. linil last evening. A son wan born Sunday to Mr. and Mrs. Charles I SpaiildiuR -The All Hound club will sle n hlstoilcnl party to invited frlemls In the parlors of the Congregational Church Friday evening. Frank lCtlaw.'ls of 0likosh, Wis , Is the guest of his parents Mr. antl Mrs G. A. JMwards.-Mrs. C. H. Pino entertained the Ixntlse M. Smile) Circle of KltiK's DaiiRhteis at her home yesterday afternoon. Dinner was served nt one o'clock. Ira 12. Towne, who wa.s taken suddenly 111 at tlie condensed milk factory when- he is employed, is Improv ing The SpaultlliiR high school basket ball Ham of Bane will play the It. 11 S. team two panics in the Catholic hall Saturtlay e eniiiR.-F. II. Sliepartlsmi was In Falrfa yesteid.iy.-Mlss Mary Purtel Is confined to the house by Illness. Stephen HIrrs ban purchased a farm in Huntington nnd will tako possession March 1. WEST MILTON. Mrs. J. A. Costolln is III with tho Rrlp. F K. Hl.ike Is recovering from his re cent Illness Clatk Mitchell has gone to Burlington, wheto ho has a position, j. II. Blake, blacksmith,, has opened tho Uiduo shop. MILTON. A unton service of the Methrul t and Congregatlonnl elmrtht w s h' 1 Sunday evening at the Congrfg.i i li Church. The Hev W. H. Irav t.pori nt Harton Iindltiir gave a vt i if 'trt st ing ndtlress In the ntiru f thn Atitl-Saloon League. Mi, !) a Kar on or Iturllngtoti was the gie 1 ' of Mist Marie I,T.ratnv over Sunday Mr ond Mrs, Alvah Holmes vlsitetl In Jori I n Saturday and Sunday- - Mr ct f- n llowley and children havr , ,rt. to HurllnKton where Ihev w,,i trakn their home.. Leon Perry ami Ma I Itb-h of lielvldere were rmrro et tie home of the groorr' fill, h ler Perry, last week. illrim I . f Alburgh spent Suii''iy tu I M iy with Ills mother, Jan. Fl r Mrs Chayt r of Unr' ngton g her tlnughter, Mr? fiforg, t! , i, ,e -Mrs. 12. J. Hnnkb t nil Mr f m Graven are visiting Mrs D ft f .rk r In Hlehmond - rthur Thunr' been suffering witn tlie t-rip M Lillian Plant hn r. ' irn'd -rnm ' tlays In Hssex 1 h c-imdnn ,7, pi Singers nre t., gl. i- t rii , - r t at the opera hotisf F. I r'i..r. i ipirr the auspices of the I' 1 L f n n Congregational rhur it Mi K rrlra Uenno Is passing a tow : i in Lur lington. ST. GEORGE. Tho dwelling house of M-Wf-ftCOtt, Whim Is tieeijp . d Wescott and family, eanrl : day forenoon from n def, it, would have been burned In but for the prompt arrival of dale, Dr. It. fl St. ' ! ird t Forbes, who li 1 n- , ffr !! saved the prov r' vt . t Guy W T..hf ' 't , town Moml i ,v r , M r . n 1- Mor -ted ml F 't n. I t i ,--1 Ir, 1- VI "1 4 Mr F. C. Fori,. day with M M. W. Hins. 1 M- lie !' ink to Jones-, i - -RllestS of W Smith and on anl Mrs. A J W i , 1 . M- Inn' l t -, nnd Norman W 1 to cut several , ,r K ' Kettell of Wllhsto'i W 1 1 has MiiRht the hoine-t.-.i.'. i- 1 W. Hussell, administrator ' ,' han's estate Mr F'.or- M ,'i- has bought the well kn-ve I- mo property from Hoberi " ' rhell Hlnsdnle, 2nd, tel.'r" I birthday by giving a s!ei - -twelve of his younR frlend -had at the Palmer House in L . CHARLOTTE. The next mcotliiR of the Gi.n held in Library hall Januar p. tn. Tli Pur.d iy S. nool lr-t.t w if i tf w ' be held i-i the January 31, -.ftf-n, per will tn- serv Tlierc will ' i .1 church jinrl'r l-'i bos he. n re-en . 1 Mrs Ar'hur J I". -igregationa ii I vr-f - t - ti r ti t v urch ic lid), r r ,h 1 ' ' ' 1 re i town now of San ed i lintinl fnoiilinf? n i irr Ins was wr'l It!' I' U r ' Li M Stone met the "e.-u i' Seminary In the aftrrmo' Smith has returned from Anna Harvey passed Sun the pucst of Mr. antl Mrs. sell. HINESBURGH Frlflav was the Uh birthday of Mrs Louis Sanctuary' and several women friends extended their best wishes Mrs. lywli Dwiie returned from Fl'ehpurc4 Mass.. Thursday. Her son, Jesse wto was very ill. Is bolter ..r.u 't -s expe ! i that he will recoer. Mr. nr 1 Mr P 1 ney Bushnell have returned fnr V -son. where they pissed ' s wltli their danght'-r - Th el S A 1 serve a supper Jan' -in.- ,1. w an entertainment R - n b.v ' P -' ? Glee and Banjo el- 1. .-Jii'lg. r at Daytona Beach, '-"la., wl.c- ' pass the rest of tilt winter H w r that there have bet- son t n'r '1 nights Mrs. Aleck Mirer ai 1 v Isaac P.oRers are ill - Mis Tu -cr w' has been several weeks wi'l r ' r Mrs. Paul Dlmick, has rrturr- ' t linRton. Mr. nnd Mrs. Chares tet parents of an Infant son -rt-irl. Sr 'h Is teaching In tllstrlet No M 1 Beecher has returned to Hv I Twenty young people from Hi ' tn"nd passed Saturday evenlnR with Mrs l t Dlmick. A township institute incut i--Huntington will lie bJd in the Bart'--Church February 1. Mrs. Anna Bee I r Ijovc has so far recovered from her rt ous illness as tn be about her r- " Mrs. Alice Prlndle of St A!h c ed her mo'li. r. Mrs Lucv F.av , t week. Howard Hny and fi--i''. if S BurllnRtnn v -i'ed litive. !,r week. Miss M'-e, Degre. t li ' Is visiting her l"-t S P r- -rr 12. II. O'Hrien ' H .t' and wa- ; of his broth, r M.,r-,.- last w k M cus Hull nf tht l: 'I S w i over Sumlay Mr .i-vi Mrs t Ix-wls have a t -T- Hurh""- ' I School Musi, . i ilui w.li c- i- - taliinnnt at I'twn liall iln O .: innis- J i' . i- under the nu-pice L-ah D' Mt i n in the c nt rt.n-'M. society o'" i h t ' will give a li is.i ment in the tow- ' Mr. nnd Mr M returned fn m i ' their son in "' ' Bissotie'te, w! ' i F Miss The R.l'l' 1.1 1 'i e it :r :i l; ' i re r w - k -'.rc. M'- w rk- in tlie Danvers. Miss, ifj-'.-i -for the wintrr M An-n- i- 1 Is visiting her sister Mr' I' I O A. Kenvr.n ' is sol! i- ' Clayton Kenynn M' D.f ' ' 111. -Mrs. llva Ken i. ai ,' 1 ' visiting In 1! itl.v 1 Mrs H - - -Is.n ' t e-T W h . v an 1 Burlington is spen t otn. her dniiRhter, Mrs Goor? Mrs Karl Mead has returr. 1 f n. i i I InR Mrs. Clark Pierce In Fa i Haver Howard Sprague Is runn'CR ti Kri mill for the rondenced Milk comn pv -The telegraph station at II M Hull's store has been given up. ESSEX JUNCTION. The Instn.lntlon of the otlicers r Mt Mansfield LaMsc, K of P took pl.i Thursday night. Tlie ollK'. rs a f"i ow chancellor commander. H. P. Drury ilcc-chancellnr comnuni'er. D Dour lh ; master of finance, H O Mudgc t master of the xchequer, II. F WrlRht nrclate. S. A. Brownell. kecf of re-1 ords .Hid nals. L. P Cirpcntr master of works. Walter Mnclii.i Past Chancel lor Comtn.indtT O. S. Nichols was ino installing otllccr. Tlm town clerk and the '.t.iH'i officer furnish the following statist!, s for the past year: Births SI; ileutl's r I" the vlt.,L'C lit. to Mie l.llfll 17 c.l Srt Of deaths, apoplexy fl; pneumoiu.i t ihsensr of heai. I; tubercuUisIs 3 stir blrt s 3 Internal hemorrpage from ln.tur ? man fell from railroad train 1, I'uld iispbjxi ated: ptomaine poisoning cancer of the stomach 2. dlphtkeiia 1. Irai tlon 1, chronic bronchitis ' Hrigh''s disease 1, old age 1, pyelitis 1. Albert Williams, the is vear-old m nf Mr. nnd Mrs. Hdwnrd Will ams, whlln Ju-npiiig in the gymnasium at Fir! Flhto A en Sntorda nftornnon f' U nnd hmke hi left arm In two rln- cs H was ta on 'a n fort hospital uhcro tho