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VOL. LXXXU. NEW SIC I? IKS VOL. LTV.
BCKLINOTOX. VT., THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1J)0S. NUMBER 48. HAPPENINGS IN VERMONT. Locol Items of Interest From All Parts of the Green Moun tain State. THE NEWS BY COUNTIES The Wlnnoslcl Vnllo.r, A'lll.-igcs 1'p North Prom Ihe Island In the l.nl.c to tlio Piissuinpsl, q long Otter Creek nnil hj ' Shores of White Illvcr vorcd liy Spe rlu Correspondent 5" A sISON COUNTY WIDDLEBURY. T J .mo term of m, rt for Addison ' "ill iijii n hole on Tuesday. June I w ' tho Hon lifnip SI. PoWtis of M , -vi'Ie i- . Ivor 'judge, unit the Hon. A 1- ,c Ic I . mi .Hid Hi'. Hon. F. c '. 1 f "' ' M Hit Judgf. At I I " ' ' t. n I. i I. run way ml j 1 "1 ' . , .1 1 lye Mil1 8 SUCOCcd- ( . . I .. ,1. .1 . i.i . I .iv, - ft ' ( I, I - a III' i ,,"-kt'l ' - . " I C- i I ll 111- 1 t V.I 'If .11'" ' - ,1.1. l "'It', ,113 i . i '-,.: t .Host ,,t list II I J . (' cutler under m t hav ing -In Jgllt. I .'.n.' I ii. gl ;r n. e In 1 ho i Collision Inst Ovi ci i! i "in 1 i n. ar Vet ilier (leoie,,- r.ir a., J. II' i'- ag,vn-t i. il i i for tiiou' r ii i i 1 1- l ro ,-i Cut , I, 1'...V. It t ti.p term will 1 i r ti o ni..nUi. un t ti. r . I t..r dan. i i r i a intic lil im-, i T'i'S w.ll not ! T1 . t lit -men arc: ' 1 I, pi- P. 'I'l'.uy ilk' r Hr (ljit; ' e, nii-i " -ks In 'W 1-1 111" bet. j iij : -t i.' s against i -d tor its ' t grand : Krwln M. iro ids i rd triii i tei tn , lent r iv ii S. gi ' n i ' i i tn I ne 1111I ' June .i' .1. . Addison; Ward It. ., i 1 h . w i rd tirvl", Bristol; inw.il!, Joseph ( I. r, ., C, Wultir i l.u k. KiTt IslnirRli, ti i ii r. F. N llcineiiwa, Wnl'.ue W. Norton, Hancock, A Hriggs, 1-eleoster; Kdward II .1 ? and Alsnn -M Sargent, Lincoln, 1 red M Footo ,iikI Charles II. Haln, SI i ' irj ; Hen C. Co. Monkton, Al lied J. Thompson nnd Frank 1.. Harrow. New Haven; Ceorge I,. Smith nnd W. C. Jin k. Orwell; Hollin J. Kent. Fimtnn; J hi, r' 1 Caswell, Hlpton; i". J. Klngs U Sili-Mii , John Leonard and .1. ('. M ,, re Shnioharn, Jesse, 1. 'at penter. Hoiks ice,, F .M Slnulton and George J Young. Vet KPijncc Anon M Hal lock, siit ,t, J Newton, WcybrldKe, I- r l Needham, 'WhititiK. The t'llnt cointnlttee hnins; in chure t e Mrinorinl day exercises nmioiuu'i'" tlin' they will be held In the town IihII t two o'clock tn the afternoon of Mny SO is foil' i- Hi-.idinK of onli't," hy l. i1 itant. s. cr s li iinartette, rltii.ills.tlc w k 'i "ir mamlir nnd staff; prajer V t Ri tic't'se si.nr, sltiRlns; ad ri r i ' i. n Dr. 1. ". Smnrt of I- n'l i ;'"r rs. benediction by the Pf Mr l'e .!. ie. Iniimdlately follow Ira, aboie suitable eMTdes will be 1. id .t the monument, conducted by W. V Kusi-ell Pout, fi ft ft which the prnees urn will foini on South street, fachiff t park In front of the Addison, In tho folk'ttmc order: Marshal of the day, ,l-i' i Wood, with li d", mounted police in, i , hand, lire department, t'harles F. i -h, ehlnf, coniniatidlin;. ttaternal s i letlej, V. P. FtiiM-ell Po"t, Kdward i irif commander; cnrrURPs with In in id soldiers, spi'iikers and ( lerBymen, Ifn tees and selr cttnr n ; carriages with "jiit'i A ti.e eenvtery, n hollow square, will fie f irmed around unknown craves vher t e rt la'ikt ' work will be conducted by the Jo, a', po t. I .( .-i ind day's incutltiK of the Ad (l'"in f'nun'y Teachers' association, the i w'' k olllcers v.,.ie cleried: Presi de .1 .dee K. A llis iltine of Hrlstol; F' retail and t reiistirci . Mabel A l)e lai of Shorcliatn. pxiriithc committee, P n. p il p. I Wallace of Hrlstol, Super lt'cidert Mis J. V, Howttwiti of Ferris llr:h nnd, Superliit. ndeiit fi. K. fol 1 "s of si meham pollnuln? the flection, Prof v .Iter V.. Howard of Mlddlehury folietrr spoke on "i:-m'iitinl in Teaching ( vb s and llistor.i in the Puhlic Schools, " 1st rt; spee al stress on memory Anna A CnolM of Hrlstol r.i e an address on ' Prppiratlnn of pupils for Tent Hook fiencrarhi " Principal A P llarrlman n' M Idleliuri led the discussion on arlth rr m. The foie noon's work i losed with h demonstration and (H'eiimum ltd by A. V Vrunc, teacher of penmanship in the Al ian Huslness ("ollese. Huperlntend fnt Prow nsenmlic of Montpeller led the 'Scrap Hac" talk In the afternoon. I) 'btiiPKor Means with the consent of t e ttnuees, It Is understood, had a loru row of e crcrr ens set out at his pri a e . pense pear the railroad wliv t' r on Merehants row opposite the r""' ofllce Thursday to start a hi'dK" and thus to some extent beautify the Village. It feeni.s that other persons did not think that the vlll.iKf would be appreciably beautified by thia tow of evcTKrecns, nbnut live ioih Ioih;, and they wt'io consequently pulled up toot and brunch ii id thrown over tin. fcniu some tlnio Fllduj nlKlit. K.ituiday foienoon they who caitid awav, but it is piobablu that -.iineiiiliiK ina jet i,-uli Moin lliu vandalism pi in Idlm; the nolll imiIIih me fii'ind Aiiioiik tlio visitors In town mi Mrs A M .UniH.ui ol Itiattleboio, J Ii (iiidilaid of Tn oud' ioija, N. V., ii id Wlllllim J Junes i, Albany, ,N. V. -Tho htict itlnl,ler In In coinnilMoii,. .Mix M.u-v Spencer l.s mhHIiii." her UaiiKh t'r, Mis William Sessions, lu Wtst Kill land. William II Haldwlu and Hon wre lu lluthnfttou Sal unlay. Mr. and Mrs Miio w liohhln foinierly of p'n'kbndBe. bnie moced to tr j'n nnd w t iifj,t ee or upi ihe annx of t Sargent House Mr Pihblni hn bought half dozen or mor promlslni; horst, whlih he has put under tlij fruldHtice of Plainer John W Porter. Mrs. fhaiics fotlrel of New York Is vlsitmu her paients, Mr. nnd Mrs F. A. Pond.- L'liMtles Se eraneo has shipped a rutlt lodKc to j;ast Iterlln and n iar load of i ii it i,- furtiliute to Hoston. .lasper (5. Papi will deliver ihe Memorial da. nddtess In Cornwall. Deputy Sheriff " C Fletcher of Itratnlon was in town Saiutday. Mrs. Call I'lehn and daughter of Heikeley, t.'al , ,nr vlsltlm; Mrs. J'lehn'.s father, Ptesldeiit lOmu llrfiinetd. -ttob. rt t.'aitmell has ict'irned fiom Itoston - Itobet t la'ccett has ie tinned from a two weeks trip through VirL'inla. lie reports that nnjliig is well under unj ,u Unit Stale anil sniv some fine farms b"it lias not decided about movlne tbeie. Tho lower mill of lh llifeii Mountnln Pulp Co. Is shut down foi re pairs. Although the null has con tracts It Is was thought best to do Hie repnlt wi ik (luring Ihe dull season. Henry Ca-id- 't, clerk for K. K. Itlch, Ar Co., Is coiitlned to the house by III- ness Mis- S,"l a Is vsiinK h- r unlit. The Mil nntrecs of day ,i ft, rnr,n iiie ' Nns',1 of HurlltiKt u Mis. Louis Nash. s 1'iisf. coniiaiiy Snn li,'d to the Ciitliohc , i tin ier ,iti,i d, ,. part".! In oth nil' I t, " ki ni e of then John Mulllsan Mon- n'u', tnaiUet d.n . , kks biouslu 1! ciins and butt, r i'nls. -The Hoston Haii'.s iiunpany. widen has collected milk here for the past few j'ars. win stop running a liii throiiKh this section the tlrst of the month The company cannot set milk enough. The mull shipment Monda .onsisted of four carloads for the New Voik and Hrlftl.ton markets Mi.-s F.llza belli Fold of M chanicvillo, N. V.. hi taken the position of trimmer foi Mrn Jom pli Law i ,'iic, Mrs, 1'red l.lttl". cleik for Mis, irfwretice. has returned to New llafn.-The .ildiil"bury hlRh school base ball learn will pla, a return Kiini" with Verjii lines Friday and Saturdaj will iro up against Proctor lilsth h"ie. Mr and Mrs. Mark Hovlnn hae rctuined here after vlsltlnc relatives In I'owler nn.l Kill land. They will tcturn to Nlnpaia Falls Friday. Miss .Miuearet I'mis of HuilliiEton, for four months at too tuberculosis sanatorium In Plttsf "id. stopped over Monday to visit M- and Mrs. J. AV. Lawrence on her way home. Miss Coos Is apparently lonipleteiy cuied. Ca-ds an- out atinoun, -liiK Hie rnmiiit: mamae,' "f M ss D.usj Joul Cushman, onlj dauchti r of Mr. and Mrs. K P Cushtnan, to limlor Hoy .Summer Stearns at the ConcreR itlon.il Church In tins villa ce Wcdnesda.v even ing, June H at elcl.t o'clo. k. - Mis CeoiKla Hump has retuined fiom a wis k Willi her parents In Salisbury. Mrs. J. Allen Wnrnoi and dauslitei of Alban, N. Y., Is visllinK her patents, Mr. and Mrs. C. S". WainwrlKht. Mr. Warner will Join them the latter part of tuc week. Mrs. Mary Wilmarth has gone to Hi n nliiKton to visit her son, Hush Wllmaitli. Saturday beinK a le;;al holiday the Na tional bank of MlddUbuiv .1 clo.-e all day. The postollke will b" closed fiotn 10:10 to L!:ijo, p.mj to and ut 0:i )i in. -Most pi. u es of bu-mess will clore at noon. Mrs. Fiiukcs H Husell, widow of Ur. IMnard P. Itus-cll, ti.i- In, ikon up houseke cplnR here ami went .e-iieiday lo s nil some time with 1 to i daiiKhtfi, Mrn. W'lli.im J. Sanford of erett, Mass., who has been hose since Ur. llussoll's death. William P. Hussell Circle, No. f,. Ladles' of the fi. A. P., ha.- presented ln-r with a valuable signet ring and a beautiful past i e-ident's badue. Mis. Fled Little returiud to ,"i w Haven Tile', (lay acompannd hi Mi-s Ida M. Marsh Mrs. VltKil . Hlaninaid has Rone to Hridport foi a fi.w dajs Mr-. Maij Hoy Ian and M - A. C. Tabor gave a vi'i. pleasant puny to about i'J friends Tue-day evenliii" In honor of Mis. Hoylane son and wile, Mr and Mrs. Mm k Hojlan of Niatr.ira Palls, N. Y. Ldward Lee has retuined lo Vi rsenncs. S'lnuirUI day at one o'clock on the piounds of the Addison founty Asri ciiltural society, an inanimate tarset con test will 1 held botwe. n the Pod and Cun iluh of Manclie.-tf r, Vt., and the Mlddlchuiy (inn club, Twdve men from the Manchi slcr organization will compete with twelve picked from th" town club. No admission fee will be eh irReil and all lnteroitid In clay tarift .shootlni; are coidlally invited to be present, e-jieclally thu ladies. The followlnt.- will i otnpo-e the town team: N. S. Foote, Cusliinir Hill. K. K. ICnlder, Jr., L. S. KiiiKht, H. P. J'inney, L. C. Hussell, n. N. Khunbo. J. A. Wrlfrht, all of Mlddlebui , C, : l'alm'er and (ieoise Palniei nf Haven; Kdward MicKlnc of liennlnRtmi. and U". J, Newton of Ve brldi?e.-Cii,.t P.ich of the tire department had th"' (teaiuer out Tuesday evenint,' for trial and found the machine in the host of oidir. He will call the entire depir.mcnt out tins evenliii; al seven u do, k by a KUiiral nlaim. This Is the Mist In the serlci of practices whl"h will b, held duiiiiK tin- suninier. H p. Holdm of Annua, III., Is the guest of hi- uncle . II. W Hiev.-ter.Mrs C. S. Slurkl.in.l of Wolfsboio, N II.. is in town Mi-s Anna Chaplin has leturned to Ln.isburKli Fall?. Allen Titus of Waneti Is n town aft, r an absence of oiei ,",) .vears. - Miss Sllnnle .McDonald ha.-. Rone to l'ltlifnril foi a f( w days' visit. A . Hiown, who is hulldlnk" to- new Krist mill, has tlie fiamc up and covered. -Mr. and .W K. !; rtich ha pon" to SlooFalarnoo Park, Uike Dunniore. -Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Dickens aro In Salisbury for a few da.- A severe rain and wind storm in towns west and south of hrre Tuesday afternoon did consldf rahle dam age, to telephone hues. The check list has bf.cn po'tiil. It contains lis.-, names nr SAO less than the number of voters In town. Of Hiese t'.Cs announce themselves as rt publicans. 4 as democrats, revep as prohibitionists and two as In dependents. - Sirs. William SlcCoy and child have gone to Hridport for a short stay with her paients, .Mr. and Sirs Ladd Sillier The pev. (ieorse n. Stair w ill preach at the Haptist Chun h Sun day mornlnR on "Fust In th Stocks"; I'vcnlliff, "Does It Pay?" VERGENNES. Patrick Slnon has added to Ids ferry nt the lake n k.ikoIIiip launch to usn In ionvelii(f foot passeiiRers lo Wistport, N. Y and also as an auxllliuy povvei to Ills sail bu.il -William Haas has koiip to Wiiltutuwii, N. Y, for u two weeks' visit with inhillvesi -The cunilttlou nf Krttlck Adnins, who has been tui luiisly III, Is liu jiroVUlK Ho thai he Is uble lo sit ll). Kubrll CliiiIii, 'II, Mlddlabiliy ColleKe. vvtis llilt KIK-sl of HUd Wiinen Haliilil.iy. V. II. Culler of Slldd'ebury Collei;,. paused Siliula with his patents, Ml. and Mis. Joseph Ca Mt'i ('aids lmve been ic celved nnnounclnn the hppioiicIiIiik mar riage of llessle, dangbler of Mr. and Sirs L. A Sliepnrd. formerly of this city, but nnir of Fair Haven to John Williams at thr horn of th bride s parent Wsdnes day vtnlng. June 10. The followlni; Is the program nf Sloinorlnl day servb cs lo be observed lltidcl the nusplccs of Htliun Allen Post, No li. A. It. The Post Invites all eommdiM. Sons f Veterans, and veterans of the Spanish-A merlon n War to participate In Lie exercises. The order of pnrade follows; Vorc-cnnrs City hand, A. Ii. Vlttiim, leader; Ullmn Allen Post, t! A. Ft, C. T. S. Pleicc, (omniander. Verceiuies; lire ilejmil menl, J. .M. Alden, chief cnsrliieer, Vev moiil Iniltistrlal school, J W Haiss, sutierlntendeiit ; carrlaRes with orrtor of Ihe da.v, cb irv, iltv olllelnls and Invited Invited sharp. Music, ttuests. All orstatilKutlons are to be III line by ",0 o'clock Order of exercises follow. Vorcciiiics City band; praver, the Ili'V. Dr. P.. It. Dnvies; rending. I.lneoln's Cot ty.jburt; addiess Capt. C. K. Parket, nddress. lie Hon. H. S. Peck, Tturlliiftloii; inuse, 'ei ffcnnes city bund; nnoiinccment of commit tees for ileioratlnr- mavis, sinclnsr. "Ainerlin"; benedlctlnn, the P.ev. 'i.ortre II neniiot' ,i the .lose of the ev rcises at the opera house the usual (leeoialioii ( xet'clsev of Hie Grand Atnr. will 1 bsirvnl at the c)d ccinetdy, K. A. lice went yesterday to Pioctors vllle, vvhete he was called to cure for a patient. -The Independent Heading Cln ! will meet eilnesday, June 3. with in .Misses Clara and Lillian Craves -Mss Wlnnifred C. Knowhs of poisdiini. N Y , Is visiting liei cousin. It. L. Klnss. hind, and fannlv Miss Lama Ford ban given up her posnon as head trimmer In Hie millinery stoic of Mrs. r.. II. Lee and gone to Mlildlebnr.v , wheie sin lias a similar one in the store of Mrs .1 II. Law ten (.--Sits. .1. D. Wblteslu , w in, li.is been passing the wititet at Last Orange, N. .1., has returned and will open her cottage at the lake for the -iinimer Forty tickets woio sold at this 1,-itlon to people who went to Itlllllllgton vesU tday to attend the a nnlversnr.v of tin Catholic Order of Foiesters.-MIss llattle M. Connors, emplojed In the office nf the Smith Missachuseiis Telephone company at Hrockton, .Mass., s miklnc a two wieks' visit to her paients. Mr and Mrs. Kdward Connors. The net piocreds of the rummage sale held last week b St. Paul's parish were over $'."- The condi tion of Herbert Daw-on, who his been very low with typhoid fever for tnr past thtee weeks, Is a little nwic favorable. BRISTOL. .Misses .Mae Welch and Kathryn Needhani were at home from their Slonkton schools over Sunday. A. II. Slunslll was In .Mldillebury Frlda. Comnienc'inciit evenls In llolley imH aro: Haccnlaui ea t,. sermon by the Itev. D. H. Coffey June 7 at ;;:;tn p. m., commencement concert by the Lotus Quartette of Huston with Miss Horthn. Cahouu reader, June 11 at s .no p. Ml , (ommeni'emetit. June i;, at 2:0 p in.; clnss roll, Halpli llrown Heinnrd Mur ray. -Mis. p I, Adams of New- Haven Is vlsltlnc her daughter. Mrs. w. W. Wilson. -A. Williams lias letutned to Itlehmond. After a vllt here with relatives o J. MrShanr of Hiirllnir ton was In Itutland Friday. Mrs. Hel en L. Tail has been untitled of an In crense of pension from J' to tl2 a month. Mr. and .Mrs W J. Nash W. C. ninghani and family, U. ,. Oolong and Lewis Lapolnt have been at Lone Point for a week Llbanus Chapter, Order of the Kasti rn Star, held its annual sliver social in .Masonic hall Frldii evening; An Intetvsttng musi cal and lllerarv piogrnni was carried "HI H( I reshtnents were sei ve.l at th.! close i;. p Moore of Hurllll-ton Is Installing the fountain on the park Puller brought Is to 20 i ems n pound, eggs 11 i cuts a dozen and potatoes 00 cuts a bushel In this market Saturday. A partial program for Memorial dfiv has been Issued Col. N. p. Dunsbee will act as Marshal The Hrlstol Mint ivy band will bad the procession to the ccnieterv followed hv the ti A It., Woman's Re. lb f Corps and "0 school rlrls. The a4 diess in llolley hall at 1 :?. win be given by the Hon. C. J. Hus-ell of Hurllugton. About S'J membeis of thu (!. s. Ii and Woman's Itellef fo'-ps attended the memorial services Sunday aflfrnon In the Haptist Church The 1!. v. I. K. I sher, the pastor, preached an Intel estlng ser mon The Revs. Millar. Stone and Hc7.hu son assisted In the services and a iinartette composed of .Messrs. Palmer. Nnil, Slunslll and Hrown fin uMi musl". Hay llaskins pluyid the oi gun. -Tin re will be pi (,-mcmorliil exercises lu the schools Friday nftei noon. The beef said to have been cut Up in I. II. Stewart's maik"t was found discus d bi foic being taken to the maiket and condemned and burled. No blainu Is nttachid to Mr. Stewait. The Outlook club will me t Mis. Wilson June .'..--Howard Hoi t has gone to Slalone, N Y, to re-Id, , s Drake was In Vergeiincs Wednesday. Joseph Trudo Is making e.stciis e impi iv ements on his residence J. H. Wills has pill cliasi'd iX'lone A: Lafajctte's meat business -W. A. Iawrenee has given one of the buildings on hi- plain to the Cnngicga tlonul socleiv nnd Is inoving u to the parsonage ground- for a Inrn. Sir and Mrs. W. c Hingh.un ami Mi. ami M -W. J. Na.-h are at home fiom Long point -Dr K. A TobMi was tn Htirllngton Tuesday SALISBURY. Mr and Mis. Ceorge Sheldon and Miss Annah Sheldon visited In Itlptnn Frld.i.v Mrs. Orrin Nelson, who has been 111 for some time, is no better CIhiIvs Hrnnih, daughter of Sir and Mrs William Pranch, Is sick with scar let fever at the homo of her grand paients, Sir. and Mrs. Joseph Matot, at Iliitln nd. A daughter was horn to Sir. and Mrs. Wesley clapper Wednesday May ;o - Th" Sallsburv ball team defeat ed the Mlddlcbiiry locals at Lake Dim more Saturday. "! lo t. J. V. llolden Is putting a landscape window lu his sitting I num. HANCOCK. A leieptlon was given Sir. anil Mis. Llod SI Cliuiili on tlulr leturn lioui their wulilliig til: Die huh lust., at the home of Ids paielils Thole wele ileal ly llu lili'scUl I 'ul.e ami III' ,'lelllll Wl'le si'i n il The sIIm-i. glass. neu and otlu i llsellll pll'selllM Unit Well' blollglll Ihelll lllllll'.tell (hell 111.111 fllellds. Miss Lu, ) Cinluiui and Miss Allen iiuiu llelhel Wei' the guests of Mis Illias Clalllin ind' Suinlav Mis. AiHiiii Lebai Is vis iting In New Yoik Slate Tin lh Suu dav scliool convcnllon was held In tin cb'ir h In Ihls place last Fitilai Thete were over VI fl'"iu oil if town Hetbe. tfUVMllV St' kbrldge Crani'le Pills I flld P ichestev in! West Rochester Wfre rftpr'ffntfil, SHINGTON rHIL AND Tlio T' to I'rrss. AsMicinl ion will pii nil ixipnscs from Hur lincrton to Washington .'nnl ri'lurn, covlu'iiio; a jmrioil of eight days. Kiirlli Irt.'i.!'. will lip iinnoiincci:l later, but the main fea tures itlt'llr o SEA VOYAGE I Norfolk, Va. Almut thrf days will ln spent, in ici.l the return .journey will lie hy rail, with stop fdelphio inifl New York. th.it everythiner iieeessary to mahe this trip en 'leen provide,, ineludintr earfare. meals, hotels, a Washington, a visit to the Mint and liulepondenee 'lelphin. etc 'i.v siH'i-essl'iil eontestant prefers to visit some other tint: more than the "Washington trip, this ean he ar- -titute trip ,if rreat interest vmil.l he from Bur trh hake f'hainplain and Luke (Je.-r'.-e to Saratoga; ntny nnd from Bostoi. Washington overs in Phi We he i joyable ha. drive ahout Hall in Phi! But if . plaee not c ran ire. 1. One sip lincrton thr thenee to A' NIAGARA FALLS P.y trolley Lnkr Ontario, lo Tor into, tlirouali the Thnusfin I Islands to iit r c I. and lw rail to Miirlumtoii. To one who has visited "Wa- net m this iatrara trip offers a -reati r variety of interest and oenerv than any other if eepial eist. Any sii ssftil eatidid'ite who jtrefers mom v will he iriven $60.00 IN CASH or to the (hi surei -.sfiil eanditlates r.-er i vine the lamest total votes we iff cither a EUROPEAN with nil expr es paid, or, if tlie prefer, the e ist to us of sueh a trip in easl As in tin nsl onntest the croups will he net ermiiic-d hy resi .lenee, rather ltnn by oeeupation. This arrantronient. gives" every candidate an i;.put.i chance. Contestants will be divided into fiv'j groups. 1. l?esiient of Bnrlinrrton. 'J. Resilents of Winonski, St. Albans, Mnntpolier and Mid dlehury. Ii. Ifesidents of Kssex .lunetion, Bristol, Wmennos, Swan ton. .Morrisville and Waterbury. 4. Kesidenls of Chittenden and Addison Counties, not inelutl etl in groups above. i. Hesidents .if Vermont not include, in fust four groups. 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No ballot or coupon will bo count ed unless received nt the office of The Free Press Association, ISO Col Icro stteet, P.urllngtnn. Vt , prior to the time set for the contest to end. Anv (u.'stlons that innv arise will be determined by 'I lie Free Press, and Its decisions will be absolute and final. To secure special coupons all untie s must reach (Ills office, uenl nre iiitllmrlcil tn receive subscript Ions, l.ul ciiiipmis arc only Issued from Till, I'HI'.H I'lll'.ss f. lice lifter receipt f tile nioile from the ncenl. All , .irnlldates must ac, opt and agree to abide 1-v the above conditions LINCOLN. Tie Ladles' Aid will not meet th.. week ns slated. The meeting has been postponed for two weeks ns the members want to attend Ihe W. C T. I' con vention nt Hrlstol. Miss O.ilsv Hussell, who has been with her brother. Dr. Hussell for two weeks, returned tn Monkton Kiitulav . -The llev. fi. P. Wells vas In Hurllngton two days the- lust of the week - Sllss Chilstlne Tlnllng of Liverpool. Knglnnd, will give a temper i nce address In the 1'nlon church Thurs day even'ng - John Walker of llethel wan In town over Sunday the guest of Hllas Hovven. -Oi. Hussell was In .Monkton Pundnv Miss Mni'5 Pavls h-i ietuine.1 from several weeks In Je-irho There was a largely attend d meeting of Prospect Ciange, Saturday evening, 11 candidates taking the tlrst nnd second degrees. The yanie class will take tre third and fourth degrees June 13 Plans are being niiule for an iinusuallv Inter esting social in lh" hall Ptlday evening. A musical and literary program will ho cattle,! nut, nnil Ice cream nnd cake will be served. The ptoceeds will be used to purchase livmn books for the f hur. h. Mr and Sirs. Verne Hurlburt are nt i, or mother's, Mrs. Augusta Clark's for a few weeks The lenialtis eif Mr. D.i.td Clark, n foimer resident, were biougbt here from New Haven Thursday for In terment. SI iss Hello Putnam of Cianbie-, Mass.. has come to pass the umm"i with her mint. Sits. A. T. .Morgan. Curds are out announcing the wedding of bna, only child of .Mr and Sirs O S Inl and Waltei p. Snigeut of Hoston son of W H Siiigent of this place, at th hotne of the bride's pnients, Weelresd.iv evening. -Ft ni Ha vs. who w ent to Hur lmgton a week ago to have a i.ntaract tcmoved. returned home Saturday. Th' Dr. deriding Hint his eye was not in a condition for an operation. Tic W C. T. I", will meet In the llbinry Jute 5 at -'."0 p. m. All Indies are Invited --The Inilustrln will meet with Sirs. Hov Hlck nell June t.WIIIIii Cnwles of Hi.tlnnd !s visiting his grandmother. Sits Sarah Covvles. Kenneth Hockvvond. who has been cared for slnte his infancy s vears ngo. bv Sir. and Sirs F, H Slple went to Hurllnglnn Pridav tn live with Ihls father. '. p Hockwood Mrs Slpte I "cconipane'd him there Miss Lyla firvis was the onlv teacher from nerp who attended the teachers' .nstitute In Sllddlebutv last week.- Hiram Atkms Is in poor health Mrs Prank P.I'.'ott had a lad ntnk Saturday, but was hetter at I last report .Miss -Mary Kdtoti In gain I mg Scvc-i l lade s from here attended the 'V 1 ' T. 1' convention nt Hristnl Tiles I rlnv nnd I'flnesiln v The Itev. C. F Welle went to Huntington Wednesday to assist In 1 11c. ordination of the Hev. H. J. Kemp. The Hev. C K ("ady of New York was In town Tuesday SHOREHAM. Sirs. W. J. Andornjn nnd son of Mount Hermon, Mass.. are guests at W. J. Anderson's - Or and Ml J. Kldelrr have returned from a visit in Hurllng ton and Woodstock -Henr Todrlff anil Maurice Sullivan have relume. from the Mary Fletcher hospital. -.Madam Parker went to Trov . N", Y. Stondny to visit her son Sirs Henry Helibui and C. it. Oolong are 111 RIPTON. Mrs. John Hobbies i at the Prindon hospital - Harrison Petit has gone to the Wntirburj." asylum for treatment --Sirs. Clarence Lnngworthv has been vlsifng her sister. Sirs Perry Csmphell, and other relatives Mr. H J. Heeman was Ir. town Saturda to a'tend the funei.il nf her uncle, A J. 1 'handler. Miss Anna Newton attended the teachers' .inven tion at Slkldlebury list week. A J. Chandler died M i.v il after a Hn.-enng Illness. ADDISON. Slemonal Sunda was observed at the Pnptlst Church on Sunday Th' church was decorated with flags and bunting and the sermon and music were appro priate to the 001 asion Sir. and Mrs. Fred Hatch of Massena, N. Y.. have been tl'o guests of Sir. and Mrs. C. w. Harbor ami other rel ittves Sirs. Charles Putlinin of Won ester Is the guest of William Wood and fundi .Sllss Helena Palmer leave- soon for a visit to tho West. The schools all closed on Wed nesday of last week to allow the teach ers to attend the Institute at Sllddleburv on Thursday ami Friday. The social at till vestry was quite well attended ami all seemed to en toy It. The L-idlcs' Aid of the Haptist Church will meet with Sirs. St. Clair this after noon. MORGAN. C. F Lewis has moved to the I.lteh Held farm which he pur, liased some time ago. Miss A i: l'i,,wlloi Is ha'k 'n her home at tn. 1 orn 1 --P,sn in Lake C I. Mooie has .1 n w .into Flank l.e Cla r has In n bidding a new addition on his Ii, ii.se, tcet WEYBRIDGE. H. A Clark and family of St. Al bans hnve .nine to this town to reside, and will oceup .1. S Shaw's house on Water street Sir ('lark has enteted the omp'ov of Mr Shaw. - Hen Dodge of Pro, tor and John Jiodge of West Itutland were the guests of their par ents. Sir. ami Mrs. I, H. Dodge, last Sunday. Mis. P.lln Cole of Hrandon Is making a slum visit In town this vv eek. 1 laughters were born to Mr and Mrs. Charles James ntnl Mr. and Mrs Willis Hall last week--The re mains of Hiram Tvler. for manv vears n resident nf this pla. e, nnd who died al llurllngton Inst winter, wore brought here on Wednesday of last week nnd Interred in the north ceme tery -Moniorial dav exercises will be held at the Congregational Church Charles 1 Hutlon of Mbldleburv will glvo the nddress and there will be some exercises by th- school children SOUTH STARKSBORO. George KUInlt's barn was burned one night last week. It contained sleds, plows nnd other farm Implements The origin of the th1 Is unknown. William O tis has had 11 telephone put in Ills house on the I Intiks-iillb'll Hue. Dai wln Wright Is not us well. Mrs. Wilghl Is also In poor health Coin lluilbiiil, llessle llll'ds.lll and .lulepll Slllgcnt til ts 11 ils-t I the ti tichi is' coiiv enlloii lu Mld illebuiy last welt MONKTON RIDGE. Tlin 11111 n Ian, "i 11 N. It.ililwln ami Miss Jessie Fun, No whs soleiuuled at the home nf her parents Mr and Mrs c, w Prlndle. of 1'lnrloiin ihursiluy evening. H t Kidwet! l is ehaige nf thf More iJUfnc Mr Haldwoif anffn (Continued on pner Inn) SILVER JUBILEE OF THE FORESTERS Twenty-fifth Anniversary Cele brated by Vermont Court in Burling-ton Yesterday THOUSAND MEN IN LINE A .Morning I'nrmlc, I'n,,eil hy lllgfli Muss nt St. Mnrj's Ciilliedrnl, with Hull Onnic In the Afternoon, nnd llnmiiief ri si. Mori's Hull In the livening. The i"ith anniversary of the orgnnza tlon of tho Catholic Order of Foresteri was observed yesterday in this . it wpr, a lu.. attendance from all parts uf State anil wlt, a celebration wi , ,, eclipsed In billllatice and niaitninj,", any previous observance by the nider Vermont. The weather was Ideal ana ' grand para.!., at P-.Vl n. m. was cm-rl' 1 through without break or acciden It wnn estimated that l.ino men were in line Tin- paradn was followed by solemn high mass at St. .Mary's Cathedral. In tho afternoon several of the visitors attended the ball game between Hurr & Hurton Seminary and St Michael's College and tho festivities were brought to a . 1 i.n la.st evening with a hnrjuet at St. Slar a hall, the large auditorium being rilled to it.- full cnpacl'j . TH K PARADE. The paiade formed on -Main street pmmptl. as announced T. A D"iai v a, t. el as marshal with Jules Sltr.ays Wll iam 1 a ., a, J H f'hevrier and Thonias Sluliieron as aides The order was as follows- Platoon of pot ic. Sherman's SIHitnr band. Ciitliedinl Court, No. 5',;, Burlington St. Joseph's Court. No 552. Burlington St .Michael's College band. Fanny Allen Court, No. 547, WlnoosK Chatnplaln Court, No. M3, Kssex Junc tion. Ccorsl.'i band. St. Anne's Court, No. 107. -Milton Sit. .Mansfield Court. No 57. Underbill Phil Sheridan Court, No. WI, Richmond Addison Court, No. 1,112, Sllddlebury Richford band. S..sssfu,,i Court, No. Knosbursh Falls. Sajiton Court. No. 17'i, Swanton St. John's Court, No 3.'i, Itarre St. Andtevv's Court, No. 031, Waterbury. St. Peter's Court. No. tI, Slontpeller St. Joseph's society. Purllngton. St. John the Baptist's society, liurllrg ton Hli-.i i.iurt oflieers. State officers and clergy in carnages. A large crowd gathered In Cltj Ha,l Park and on Sliln and Church strep 5 to witness the Imposing spectacle an 1 the parade was greeted enthusiast), ai j a- the line of marcn was carried oat T e mar'h was up Church street to Pear to Noith L'nion. to North, to Natt 1 hamplaln, to Cherry, to St- Mary a far! edral. where the solemn serv "s were held. After services at t is Cathedral the line was reformed and thi mnreh was made up St. Paul street t 1 pliriw o,cl avenue, to Allen, to Slurra , to North, to St. John's hall, the counter march being then made down Elmwiod avenue to Pearl, to Church to city hau, vi here the companies disbanded. AT TIIK CATIIEUIUL A congregation which taxed the seat ing i.ipaclt of ;'ie Cathedral assembled for the solemn high in. is-, which was carried - "Ut will, nil of the pomp ard ceremony which the church prov ids It n festal day The .ilebrant of the masj was the H-v J D Shannon of SL.ldie bury. with the Hev T. J. lConard of S Johtisbury a- , n,- in and th Rev J, A. 1icoutuiv of St Joseph's dun n as sub-deacon The It. v Kmlle Pari7.o of Wlnooskl was master jf icremonies. in the absence, ew 1 g to Illness f the Hi'i It J. inhill ,f St Jo!, sb.r, the piincbei was t ,, It v W P Crosl-v of the Callicdial I'.ttlc ' . oshv spo i in part as follows . s t-xt icirg fr.-"-thc nlJnd Psalni. 'II "1 a' ,1 .0 v pleasant It is for t rjw ,1 together In un.i; ' Pit en ism" S SKHSIHN Man is 'ssetitliil'v .1 s,. lal beicar There is a something in the h iiMi heart, a tenden. y, a natural inclination planted tbeie bv the all wise and prov -dent Creator himself to seek afT others and to group oneself vvltn th sn whose sjmpatlile. whose fears. v hos views, whose alms are the same as ours. Whether It be for right f wrong, for his own aggrandUemer ', or to defeat the plans of his enemies man natural! turns to his netghh. r who has the same feellnes. the sani hopes as h' He may seek from him the hrute strength given bv nice numbers, the Intellectual superlorpv o several minds over one alone, -ir the moral support he receives In fee ing that there nre others who think; as In' Whatever tnav be his aim ex perience testitles denrlv to us that the result Is almost Invariably ;he snme, the Individual sooner or later si, cumbs In his conflict with the unit 1 many. Prom the earliest times there havo sprung up all over the face of the earth soclotles, unions, associations, confraternities without number as vailoiis and ns varied as the whims of men Not to mention those Illegal lm moral, mid even diabolical unions wliiise alius an. I whose methods have been In some cases more Htled for tlio biitloiul.hs pit nn.l the utigels of dark iiess, than tor this fair eailh ledilci e.l bv the blond of the sou of Ood ubd nun who bear stumped upon them the linage .if lh dlvlnllv. nut to ineiitt.-u those of whom us of their lenders and Instlgatois the win 1.1 would he w.'M lid, Iheie nre other oivanlzatlons of a far higher and nobler character We hnve societies for the phvslcla1 lm prov eniont of maiiklm tn increase tbei hodllv ftrength of man more whoso (CoBtlnurd on fitb Pttc)