Newspaper Page Text
THhi BITRLINUTON FREE PRESS: THURSDAY, JUNE 4, 1908.
Advertising In this column tma cent
a word, each Insertion. Copy may be
changed every week. Cash In ndvance
required. No advertisement taken
which Is less than twelve words, two
lines. Special terms to advertisers
uslnsr from 250 to 1,000 lines within
twelve consecntlvo months.
OWNERS OF FARMS who wish to hire
help or to sell a farm should use
this column. Nearly G.000 copies of
this papT are sold every Issuo and
your advertisement would bo read
by many possible buyers. 2j,wtf
COMPETENT OIK!, wanted for general
housework. Williams street, Burling
SKCOND mm, wanted, who will assist
In rare of children. Mrs. Hov s 4O0 South
Union St. d&wtf.
AN EXPERT middle-aged, temperate
nilll.r and sawyer wot Id-rent a good
w.iter powr custom grist mill. O. I).
IM-sell. Pnnltnoy, Vt. I,6l&wlt
STEADY VOf.NT, MAN of Rood cduca
tio" wishes light employment In city
having nigh' rehoo'.-. Excellent ref
erences. Hox 1M, MMdlehur.v . Vt.
Kort SALE Farm In Cabot. Vt., with
ttoik. tools. etc , containing of 10 cows,
1 oKe oxen. 3 head young stork, 1
horse, new buggy wagon, new puns;,
express wagon, sleigh, harness, etc., al
f'i -" cords of wood together -with grow
ing eorfi". Farm contains 1(0 neres and
will keep 1." rows and team House con
tains seven largo rooms, one barn I2x
M Sugar bush with Sort trees, well
equipped. Price for all only 12.W.
Terms one half down. Inquire of I). A.
Pcrrv, Ilarre. Vt. lM.Zt&w.lt
ER.MUNT FAUM-lir, acres beautifully
located on West rivet, twenty miles
from Rrnttlebnro. excellent fishing,
tx.ating and hunting, pickerel black bass
and trout, deer, squirrel, partridge and
wl.d duck: level meadow land. Keep3
Sn cows largo ten room house, an abun
dance of pure running spring w.iter. all
buildings in pood repair, nearly one
lm'f million feet of nice timber consist
ing o' pine, hemlock, a.h, bass, birch,
maple and poplar, one thousand cords
of bard wood: railroad and saw mill
within one mile; one hundred yoctig
grafted apple trees ami a quantity of
smaller fruit. Will bo sold with or
without the timber. All stork, tools
and household Hoods will be Included if
the purchaser desires. Trice of farm
ard timber 2.fJ1. George 1'. Alexander,
Saxtons River. Vt. 133.2tftw1t
12.000 Bl'VS a splendid dairy and maplo
sugar farm 3 miles from the busy rail
road town of Wolcott, Vt., Rood build
in its,, rnnnlnR water, tine siiRarlnR,
near neiKhbors, cream taken at door,
larse. amount of RrowinR timber. This
farm keeps. 17 rows. Immediate delivery.
Can do hustness with jvoo.eo. The bar
pain Under, J. K, Hunt, Essex Junction,
FOR RALE anil Immediate dellverv. A
splendid dairy farm of l.V) acres, 2
miles to railroad station and village
near one of the best eonducted cream
crlrs in the State, Very productive clay
loam soil, free from stone, nearly level,
a large sugar hush equipped, ample
wood for home use. plenty of apple,
pear and plum trees, 7f larse butter
nut trees, cow barn ties 2S head, warm,
light and convenient, running sprlnK
water, main road and telephone, near
neighbors and school, S miles to city of
Rurlington. Price J.VV. This will In
clude 2T. cows, 3 heifers, I calve", 14
hoc kind, 3 horses, V cream separntor,
1 pair harnesses, ; farm wagons, all
farming tools, sugaring outfit, a years
stock of stove wood, a Rood flock of
hens Seed In the Rround. A money
naker from the start. The Bargain
finder, J. K, Hunt, Essex Junction,
l'ldi ami nK Clntnii,
On this River View farm of 30 acres,
our steamboats pass dally; neat build
ings, maple shade; borderiiiR water, line
'rult, to settle i state Immediately price
'educed to $nn. For details and truvel
Tig instructions sea pace Til "Strout'a
VInnev. Making Farms of America," copy
'ree. E. A. Strotit Co., 201 WnshlnRton
5t , Roston, Mass. 4D,wlt
EDDY'S REAL ESTATB AGENCY over
Boston store. Offlco hours 10 to 3.
'Phone 3S-1. 94,dw,tf.
NOTICE how little It costs to tell
thousands of renders In many towns
of Vermont what you nave to sell
or what you wish to buy. Adver
tise In the Freo Tress and you will
get replies to your advertisement.
Rhode Island Hospital
Training School lo? Nurses
Thr Hlioile Inland llnwpltnl offers
n .'I-J ears eon rue of training In
core of patients In Mrdlral, Surtl.
eal. Obatrtrlcnl nnd II Special Drnta.
4,041!) patients Irrutrd In 11)07, Ap
pIlenflonH lire nuvv lielnic ennnldrr
rd for elnNrn entering July unci
Oetolwr, 100S, nnd Janlliir, !)OI).
Mnliilrnnnrr and money nllntvwnce
xilfTlelenl for prntoaul cxpeqr nrr
clvrn, For further Infnrinutlun and
circular uddrena MIm l.uey 4',
Ajrrx, Rhode litlHnd llnapltal, Prov
idence. H. 1.
Oro of the very host on the
lake. Fifty-one feet ovtir all. 8A
foot beam; 4 rooms finished in
rosewood nnd mahogany. Cost
$G,000. Price only $1,500 on
easy terms. Is ns good as now.
Address, haunch, Free Press.
VBJB FRED rUBSfl AAlOCIATlMh
HAPPENINGS IN VERMONT.
(Continued from Vtrt I'fiEje)
Tim Memorial day exercises passed off
In the best possible manner, At lO.-on a.
m there was a InrRc RalhethiR In the
town hall nt Hast Cornwall, every seat
IrltiR tnkrn nnd many having to fctand,
when the exercln'S opened. The. school
children took nn nctlve part and piano
selections were rendered by Frank S.
Knot p. The orator wji .lasper n. TaRo
of Mlddlebury, who talked about SO
minutes most aceeptnhly,
.Mrs, M T. Cool; entertained the
Moravian club Inst week at the annual
meeting. The officers for the coming
year are; Tiesldcnt, Mrs, I. E. Phitt ;
Ice-prcsldent, Miss ARties Hush: secre
tary, Miss Nellie Tottimtliam. treasurer,
Mrs. Marin Smith. K. .1. l'oler of Uur
llURton was In town Thursday. Mrs.
Wllllnm Treble and d.iushter of
TIconderoRa are guests of I!, II. Treble. -Dr
C. W Howard attended a medical
meetlnR In Hartford, t'onn.. last week. -Mrs.
Tattlel: Sullivan went to HurllngUm
(leorgo llnmond of New York passed
Sunday with his fnniljy. Miss MhIioI
Towner of the telephone exchange Is
having a vacation. Miss Mary M.
Isham will be the assistant In the ex
change this summer. Mrs. II. O. Itnm
ninnd and son, guests of Dr. Mary
Tlatt, have returned to TTolynke, Mass.
Mrs ,1. r. IJusby of New York Is a
guest at W. fj. T.nrrabee's Dr. V R.
Stoddard of Shelburne wns In town
Friday evening and formed the Alma
Hendee fhapter, Nn. "2, Order of Kast
ern Star Mrs. A (!. Iludley, matron,
and Mrs O. K. Collins, assistant mat
ron, attended the Rrand chapter meet
ing In Turlington this week. John
Moore nnd .lolm Leonard are jurors
at Addison county court. Halsey Ab
bey of Roston passed Sunday with his
sister, Mrs II I T. liurge
The Uidles Missionary society of the
Congregational Church met Wed
nesday afternoon with .Mrs. Fletcher
Frlsbee, The gentlemen were Invited for
tea. Miss Jlelin Collins has returned
from a visit to her brother In Shoreham.
Miss lialch was in town Thursday and
Willi 10 workers canvassed the town In
the interest of the Vermont Sunday
School assoelation. A teachers' meeting
was held at the Center M-'hool house
Thursday. There were seven present.
The Center school held Memorial day
exercises nn Frid ly. At the close the
Itev. Mr. Rowm.in gave a short talk to
tlie children II H. White of Montreal
was visiting here last week.
Iturton Dimmo-k has arrived home
from South Afraa after an absence of
eight months. Mr Dlmmock is just re
covering from typhoid fever, being taken
ill a few days after leaving Africa, and
on arrival In England w.is taken to a
hospital. Mis-s Tessie Dean of Worces
ter, Mass., spent Saturday and Sunday
with her hrother, F. F. Dean. Mrs, E.
M. Tayne is in New Haven visiting her
sister, Mrs. Mary II. tlana.
F. R. Nelson was injured last week
by being thrown from his wagon.
A. C. Sheldon of Rutland spent Fri
day and Saturday with relatives here.
The Indies Home Circle will meet
this afternoon with Mrs. David
Lafayette. Darwin Wright is falling.
Ills brother, Harry, visited him Sunday.
Frank Thompson has sold his farm to
Mrs. A. Thompson of Huntington and is
moving back to Lincoln. -Oliver Sweet
is In poor health. His daughter, Mrs.
Jerome Cutler, of Starnsboro and son,
Henry Sweet of Lincoln, visited hlni
Satuiday. Ilermle Turinton is better.
Miss Helena IMImer has accompanied
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. C.ulloy to Renton
Harbor, Mich., and other points in the
WATKK TAXES for June both
Schedule & Meter are now due and
payable at the watnr office. No, ." Cliy
Hull. I'nless prompt payment is
made, five per cent, will he added to
the bill, and the water shut off. as
prescribed in section of th.) water
ordinance. Office hours for tho first
nine days from S a. in. to s p. m. June
10th office hours s a. m. to in p. m.
Tav before, the lftth and get your dis
count. FRANK S. LA NO I', Sl'TT.
Abanlutelr Wllbont Pale.
The only office In Rurllngton where
you can get teetn extracted without a
particle of pain without taking gas. My
method Is uned by no other person. No
pain- no danger no after effects,
nn. I.. D. HA 7, F.N.
Office, 1ST. Pino St.. Burlington, Vt
Office hours. 10 to J. to S.
to hear from owner having-
A GOOD FARM
for sale. Not particular about
location. Tlease give prlco and
description, nnd reason for sell
tng. State when possession can
be had. Will deal with owners
L. Darbvshlre, Box 9S4, noches
ter. N Y
The recent panic -like nil financial pan
ics lias taught many peupl tho wisdom
of Investing their money, .nste.id of spec
ulating with It.
Our business Is the hannling of farm
loans In (;corgla and loans on real estato
In Atlanta, which net t; per cent, and 7
per cent.. We are the oldest, strongest
and most successful concern In our lino
In this section, having handled such
loans for nearly thirty years.
No Investments have less of tho ele.
men! of speculation. There Is no guess
work about our operations every prop
erty and Its owner Is subjected to the
most thorough Investigation before wo
offer tho loan. No section of the country
offers better chances for such Invest,
inenls. fieorRla Is prosperous her lands
aro fertile her laws are Just, and her
people are honest,
We especially Invito correspondence
with Individuals who would consider
loans ranging from $.W to H,.wi, Write
The Southern Mortgage Company
West. George Spencer has the frame up
for his large barn. Tin schools held
memorial exercises on Friday - Miss Eva
Smith of tho Castleton normal school wa.s
nt home over Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. John
Wilkinson attended the funeral of Loyal
Frost of Hrldport Sunday.
Mr, nnd Mrs, Chnneey Bingham of
Mlddlebury were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
A, P. Iloscoe Saturdav.-Sheilff O. A.
Smith of Addison was the guest of Mr.
nnd Mrs. II. C, Itoscoe Memorial day.
Kllliu Klngsley Is nulle III. -J. K, Dnvls
visit 'd In Weyhrldge Saturday and Sun
day. Mr. and Mrs. Iz-on Itowley of Bris
tol were guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. K.
Tlnwley Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs, Itoy
Blcknell nnd daughter of Lincoln willed
on friends In town Sunday. Donald Pal
mer has the mumps. Mr. and Mrs. F.
C. Little were In Mlddlebury Saturdny
nnd Sundny, Charles Swennr of Peru,
N. Y Is the guest of his parents, Mr,
nnd Mrs. Kdward Swenor. Mr. nnd Mrs.
Fred Tupper of Ferrlshurgh were guests
of Mr. nnd Mrs. William Mclntyre Sun
day. Miss Delia Barrows of Mlddlebury
Is visiting Mrs. O, C. Conies.
Miss Christine Tlnllng gave a very In
teresting temperance address In tho
t'nlon Church Thursday evening. Tho
social Friday night was a success and
about $10.00 wa, realized. Mr. and Mrs.
Levi Bales of Btlslol visited at Q. V..
drover's Sunday. Mrs. Vivian Barrett,
who hns been visiting her sister, Mrs.
B. J. Core, has returned to Rutland Mr.
Brownell of New Haven Is visiting Dr.
Cushman. -Mrs. Verne irgont and ron
are viltlns In town. Mr. nnd Mrs. I.
H, Ithodes were In Starksbnrn Saturday.
B. J. Gove was in Mlddlebury Satur
day. EAST MTDDLEBURY.
M. S. Atwood of Burlington spent
Saturday and Sunday with relatlven
here. Mr. and .Mrs. Henry Klrby and
the Itev Mr. Hall were RUests at A.
A. Boardman's on Memorial day Mr.
Wellington of Chicago is visiting his
sister. Mrs. F.loeta Sessions. -Mr". Boy
Klrby nnd two sons of Cody, Wyom
ing are visiting relatives here.
The Hov. and Mrs. L. O. Hathaway
have returned from Cavendish. Mrs.
Clement Brown, who has been In poor
health the past winter, Is much Im
proved. Moses Ferson has moved into
his new home purchased of H. R. Brown
of Brooklyn. Mrs. lone Horton hn trad
ed places with Mr. Ferson and has moved
Into the large house at the Corners.
Mrs. Lizzie Miles went last week to
Toughki epsio, to attend the New York
yearly meeting of the Society of Friends.
Mr ami Mrs. Caylord Baldwin were
in Burlington Monday Miss IJva Oreen
of Richmond Is visiting In town. Mr. and
Mrs. flcorge SUIson spent Saturday anil
Sunday In Bristol. David Ferguson of
Natick, Mass., is the guest of his sister,
Mrs. B W. Bldwell. -Several out of town
visitors have liven enjoying the lishing
In Monkton pond the past week.
St. Taul's court, C. O. F. was well rep
resented at Burlington last week Wed
nesday. Mrs. II. T. Cutts represented the
Women's Missionary Society at Wood
stock last week, Klos Ray and Dr. H.
P. Garald of Boston, who have been at
Fred Ray's for a week, relumed to Bos
ton .Monday. C. Sanford Is worse and
fears are entertained that he cannot
recover. At the annual meeting of the
Ladles' Sewing Sneiety, Mrs. A. J. Hough
was elected president, Mrs. H. T. Cults,
vice-president; Mrs. J. S. Wilcox, sec
retary and treasurer. R. K, Brouso con
tinues to gain. H. D. Branch has been
elected delegate from the Congregational
Church at the SU.le convention at St.
Albans, June ! to 11. -The John A ixigan
Post gathered Saturday at ?:fto p. m. in
the town hall to listen to a good pro
gram. An excellent address was given,
by K. H. Phelps of Fair Haven. W. C.
Hack and O. L. Smith are in Mlddlebury
A daughter was recently born to Mr.
nnd Mrs. Frank Gllmore. Mrs. Agnei
Williams has returned from her visit to
Brattleboro, Truman Wlssell and Miss
Alma Tldgeon were married last week,
Mrs. F.mma Wolcott i? visiting at Schuy
lerville, N. Y The funeral of Loyal
Frost was held Sunday. Mr. and Mrs..
Hurry flarvey are the parents of a son.
Mrs Herbert Benson was called to Mas
sachusetts by the Illness of a sister.
The Memorial day exercises passed oft
IiurlnK June the Methodist church
will be supplied from the Montpciier
Seminary. The preacher for next Sun
day has not been announced but on
June H, Rev II. II. Crawford will sup
ply and Dr. Bishop vvll supply June
21. The pastor will return wlfh his
bride beforj June 28.
Memorial day exercises began at eleven
o'clock when Kllsworth Tost, escorted
by the Sous of Veti rans and band,
marched to the North cemetery and
decorated the graves. Dinner was served
at the hall nt twelve o'clock nfter which
the procession marched to the cemetery
on South Main street where the soldiers'
graves were decorated and the C!. A, It.
service used, The procession then pro.
cwiled to tho opera house where an In
teresting progi am was given. Lincoln's
address at Gettysburg was re id by J, II.
Moloud, who has had the honor of read
ing this address for many years. Two
fine musical selections weie rendered by
a quartette composed of Mr. and .Mrs.
Dennis Lauson, Miss Josephine Lauson
and Fred Foster, and an appropriate solo
was rendered hy Mrs. Lauson. J. V. Dutton
was the orator of the day ami his ad
dress held tho close attention of the
audience. The operetta "Pauline" was
given In the evenlntr n tlm Cabot
Dramatic club for the benefit of the
monument fund which is being lalsed hy
Kllsworth Post and Itellel Corps. -tieorgu
Harvey of Philadelphia was a
guest at G. O. Kimball's Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wallace are the
parents of a son. The I'nlted Workers
were very successful with the food sale
which they held In the Marshall block
Friday afternoon. -Mrs. L. S. Roble and
two daughters are visiting relatives In
BrMol, N. H, Mrs, James liny and
children have returned from a visit In
Joseph Fairbanks, president of the St.
Johnsbury Academy Alumni association,
and Charles W. Steele, president of tho
St. Johnsbury alumni, have Issued a
hearty Invitation In which they ny:
"Kvery man, woman nnd child, who
over attended fit, Johnsbur; Academy la
most cordially Invited and earnestly
urged to attend a special reunion of the
general nlumnl nnd various clnssrs of
St Johnsbury Academv to bo held at
the academy building on Friday evening,
June 12. No matter If you didn't grad
uate. No matter If you worn "fired."
No matter how much of a mess you
made of your academy career or how
short or how long It was, if
you ever were connecled with St.
Johnsbury Academy In any ca
pacity, tome to the big reunion Frldiy,
June .10, and you will be glad you ennv.
Members of every class which ever grad
uated from St. Johnsbury Academy have
been requested to Invite their old class
mates to attend this combined reunion of
each class nnd the whole alumni. The
committee realizes the Impossibility of
getting a written Invitation to any cnn
sldernble portion of tho nlumnl, but
through the kindness nnd generosity of
the editor of this paper, wo are able to
The cemet.iry association will hold an
other bee to work on the cemeteries
today. The ladle-- will serve dinner
In the parish house. Miss Holly of
Kssex Junction vns the guest of Miss
Fannie Day Satunl iv. Miss Bessie Wil
son of Burlington spent Saturday nnd
Sunday with Miss Helen Lvon. The Rev.
Henry Buzzell of Mnntpeller, who Is
visiting In town, occupied the Baptist
pulpit last Sunday -Mrs. P. !. Parmelee
returned from Cnst'eton Thursday.
The ordination of the Rev. II. C. Kemp
took place at the F'lion Church Wednes
day May 27. The opening prayer was
by the Bev. Mr. Firr of Bandolph. The
Rev. Mr. Dexter cf Topsham delivered
the sermon and the Rev. Mr. Pease gave
tho charge to the ehurch, The Rev. G.
II. Wells of Lincoln gave the charge to
the Rev. II. C. ! mp and the hand of
fellowship was exi nded by the Rev. T.
J. Hill. The choi i composed of Mrs.
Falby, Miss- Alger and L. A. Alger ren
dered several relee tlons. The church
was tastefully clccn'-atcd with flowers und
The weekly praver meeting will be
held with Mrs. Alsana Collins. Tho
Missionary society will meet with Mrs.
Kltia Morrill today. Mrs. O. S.
Kcnyon entertained the Kings Daugh
ters yesterday Mr and Mrs. Fred Ger
main and J. C. BcMcay and family have
been camping at Shelburne for a few
days. J. W. Fargo is ill. Mr. and Mrs.
K. A. Fuller were In Bristol and Monk
ton over Sunday,
The new R. F. I. route, N. 1, was
started Monday with C. W. Mcliririe ns
carrier. The route eovers 2fi miles, and
extends toward Colchester to the vicinity
of the Grlflln school house, hack through
French village and across the river to
comer near what was formerly the
George Bates plac In Wllllston, then to
school house Xo. : n Wllllston ami hack
to this ofllce by the way of the river
road from North Wllllston and mail may
be delivered to any one on the route
who lives a mile or more from this of
llce. Appropriate pre-mcmorial exercises
were held In the different school rooms
yesterday afternoon. The Rev. C. C.
Adfctns spoke at the primary school nnd
the Rev. N. A. Wood, Dr. C. M. Ferrln
nnd C. I). Howe at the ligh school.
Mrs. Kdward Sinclair and daughter
were in the village yesterday on their
way to their home In Jericho from I-ong
Island, where they have been for eight
months wltb Mr Sinclair, who Is cm
ployed there. '
Miss Kva Green, who has neen house
keeper for II. W. Rice, has gone to North
Ferrlshurgh to remain some time.
The Burlington Light & Power com
pany installed a five h. p, motor for Wil
liam B. Johnson ,fc Son In their cream
ery this week.
W. W. Wheeler, who has been In poor
health for some time, went yesterday to
the Fanny Allen hospital for trc-itment.
Miss Abble Mitchell of Swanton will
visit Mrs. Mary F.ilrchlld to-day.
Miss Amelia Keeler has returned from
Frederick, S. D., called here hy the death
of Mrs. Samuel Keeler of Kssex.
Mr. and Mrs. Harris Grow are to begin
housekeeping In the up'ier part of L. M.
Hays's house '
Mrs. Pollv Reynolds has gone to Keene,
N. H., to n ma.n some time.
The Rev. Frederi-k Kmerson of Jeri
cho Is to proach in the Baptist Church
Sunday In exchange with the Itev, N.
A. Woo, I
The Memorial day program was carried
out here a printed. The procession
formed on the Park stu-et school house
grounds and inarched to the cemetery
where graves of soldiers were decorated
after which tne march continued to the
Congregational Church where the ex
ercises won held. The piogram consisted
of prayer by the Rev. George Kmery:
selection by a quartette, composed of
Mrs. F. H. Stanley, Mrs. C. A. Booth,
O. K. Cox and H. Stanley with Miss
Mary Nkiiols as organist; the reading
of Lincoln's address at Gettysburg by
L. W. French: address by Lieut. -Gov.
G. II. Prouty of Newport. Mr. Prouty's
speech was carefully prepired and was
listened to with interest. It was followed
hy a selection by the quartette and the
fixercises closed with the singing of
"America." Music was furnished by the
"The Merchant uf Venice," which wh.i
presented by the students of the high
school Wednesday May 27, was a suc
cess, every participant testifying to the
careful training recelvi d from M ;s
Wheeler, Special mention should be made
of Miss Lucy B. Pierce as Portia and of
William Greenleaf as Shylock. Several
selections on . piano were played by
Miss Clare Hull. The graduating ex
erelscH of the high school will be held
lit the town hall June 12. Mrs. Moore has
relumed from Burlington. The Wood
men's hall Friday night was largely at
tended. H. M. Pago went last week to
tho Mary Fletcher hospital for treat
ment. Memoilal day was appropriately ob
served and a large crowd gathered to
listen to the able address of tho Rev. K.
F. Greenleaf. Pine Knot Camp, M. W.
A., united with the members of Cum
tilings Post and the W. R. C, and a
bountiful dinner was served at the town
hall, Music was furnished by a quartetto
composed of the Rev. F. II. Mcl'ahe, Mrs,
F. M. Post Charles Moore and Mrs.
Martin O'Brien -The Ferrisburgh Dra
matic rluh was greeted with a crowded
house Saturday night when It presented
"Lost In London." Mrs. W, K. Brlgg.i
has returned from tho sanatorium at
Pittsford. -Miss Sarah Andrews of L'ssex
Is visiting at Roger Lyman's. James
Dower of Burlington is tho guest of
friends here.-Henry Baldwin of Pots
dam, N. Y, Is visiting his sister, Mrs,
11, A. llcccher, and other relatives, -Mrs,
Mc.N'amara of Knobburgh Falls Is the
guest of her sister, Mrs. William
Hanctuary.-Tlicr will be union services
at the Congregational Church Sunday
morning, when the Rev, Henry Van
Jlaagan will speak to the Woodmen.
Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Pierce arc visit
ing their non and his wife, Mr, and Mrs,
llnlph Pierce, In Rlchford. Henry libcll
has gone to Wairen. -Mrs. Kdward Hollls
has returned from New York. Miss Jesso
Wheeler passed Memorial day In Bur
lington. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ross of
Burlington Rpent Saturday and Sunday
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. lHinnrd
Konyon. Mrs. Susan Ray and Miss Ann
Me.Kwen of Burlington arc. spending a
f-w days In town. Miss O'.N'ell of Bur
lington Is tho guest of Mrs, llowunl
Barnes. Henry Baldwin of Potsdam Is
visiting his sister, Mrs. H, A. TJeecher,
John Thomas, formerly of Charlotte,
died Thursday at the home of his daugh
ter, Mrs. William Steady, aged 7S years.
Interment wan made at tho Catholic
church at Knst Charlotte Saturday. The
condition of Mrs. Frank Lavigno la
very critical. Rimer Patrick has return
ed from Burlington, suffering with cat
aract of the eye, Henry Baldwin, who
s-ent a few days with relatives here,
went to Burlington Monday to visit his
Memorial day exercises passed off
Saturday with their usual success, The
veterans headed by the Colchester hand
marched to the Methodist Church where
II. A, Smith, marshal of tho day. In
troduced as the speaker, Prln. M. D.
Chittenden of tho Bellows Ftco Academy,
Fairfax, who gnvc a pitrlotlc nnd
spirited address. Lincoln's nddress at
Gettysburg was read by Comrade II, W.
Crown and thre selections were rendered
by a male quartette composed of Stanton
Gnlc, G. N. Wood, C. A. Pratt and Clark
Wright. After the address, the veterani
and band marched to the cemetery
where the. graves were decorated. The
Misses Klloween, Kdlth and Clara Phelps
of Audobon, Iowa, are visiting their
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. O. O.
Phelps. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Thelp? are
parents of a baby daughter.
Amltlo Camp, M. "W. A., will observe
memorial Sunday with a public service
at the opera house nt 2:00 p. m. with an
address by the Rev. J. G. Currier after
which they will march to tho cemetery
and decorate the graves of four members
buried there. Three have died during the
year, Glenn Booth, Krwin Weston and
William Osborne but Mr. Weston Is
buried In Cambridge. The CongTegatlon.il
Church was struck by lightning during
the storm Friday setting the cornice on
lire, but as It was early In tho evening
there was plenty of help at hand and It
was ea.slly put out. Charles Francis
Jones, who has been at Miss Crown's
through the winter ajid spring, died May
."0 of tubeiculoslF and his remains were
taken to Newport for Interment Monday.
K. A. Frost is able to be out again.
Mrs. C. S. Ashley attended the Congrega
tional conference In Kscx Junction
Tuesday and Wednesday.
Mrs Henry Lander of Wllllston and
two children who have been visiting
her father, P. Stacy, returned home
Saturday. Miss Clara Harris has gone
to Monkton to live with he'r sister,
Mrs. Andrew Thomas. Ascension day
was observed Thursday at the Cath
olic Church with mass In the morning.
Lewis Beers has lost his valuable
fox-hound from dog distemper, which
Is prevalent hereabouts.
Dr. Splller, optician, will be at Jerome
Carpenter's Juno S, at Fuller's Hotel
Mr. and Mrs. William Icayltt and
grandson. Samuel Damon, visited
friends in Ripton the last of the week,
Mr, and Mrs. Arland Farr of Bris
tol were guests of Mr. and Mrs. 1C.
W. Ellis over Sunday. lle.rbcrt Tart
and daughter Mildred and Miss Pearlle
Doty of South Starksboro visited
Lyman Hills nnd other friends over
Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Small of
Burlington and Mrs, Jennie Small and
children of Jericho called on friends
heru . Hurday. Tho Willing Workers
will tie entertained by Mrs. Agnes
Brewster. June 10. Mrs. V. R. Sar
gent and son, Rolla. aro visiting her
brothers In Lincoln. Mrs. Cassandri.i
Ellis was called to Essex last week
by the death of Iit brohter's wife,
Mrs. Samuel Keeler. Dr. Tllley of
Richmond was In town Saturday In
consultation with Dr. Falby for 'Mrs.
KUa Brewster, who Is quite 111 with
erysipelas. Miss Eliza Wells and
Lewis Liberty wrn married at tho
parsonage by the Rev. II, I. Kemp,
Tuesday. Mllo Taft was In Burling
Ward's mill was partially consumed
by fire Tuesday evening. The main part
of the mill together with the machinery
was saved by efforts of the bucket
brigade. The boiler room and engine room
with their contents were destroyed.
Burton Ward and Mr. Rates of More
town were in town Tuesday. Herman
Muzzy with two work teams has gone
to Chazy, N. Y., to work for E. F.
Moore. IjOuIs Sonar nnd employes took
a raft of logs to Joncsville Monday,
Mr. and Mrs. Thcron Leonard of Can
ton, N. V.. are visiting nt Walter
Lewis's. The 1,-idies' Aid society vvill
hold a strawberry festival In Allen
Hall Tuesday evening, June 0. Enter
tainment will be furnished by the
dramatic club. M. F. Allen nn.I family
are at Thompson's Point superintend
ing tho repairs on their daughter'a
cottage. The. dramatic club gavo
"iost In London" in Allen hall Friday
evening to a good sized audience. The
proceeds were for the sidewalk fund.
The regular meeting of the Ladles' Im
provement society will be held Thurs
day afternoon at Mm. Waller Webster's.
- The Rev. Mr. Newhall, returned mis
(denary from Alaska, gave a very Inter
esting account of his work In Alaska at
the Sunday morning service in the Metho
dist Church. Dr. nnd Mrs. Newhall and
two children were entertained by Dr.
nnd Mrs. Read while In town -Mrs. P.
U, Punival has sold her place to Georgo
A fleer was seen Wednesday morning
In I. E. Smith's p.istute.-1're-mcmorinl
exercises were held hy the school Friday
afternoon and the children marched to
the cemetery and decorated the graves.
Georgo Phelps of Sopertown Is running
a cart for the St. Albans tea and coffee
company. --Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Horry
were In Essex Saturday to attend the
funeral of Mrs, Samuel Keeler W II,
Howard and wife of Cambridge were here
Saturday and Sunday Boardera arrived
it Camp Rich Tuesday night.
Miss Florence Hubbard visited In Bur
lington yesterday. Mrs, Ira Towne en
tertained the members of tho Louise M
Smiley Circle of King's Daughters at her
home Wednesday afternoon,--Mrs,
Mathers of Burlington was among the
visitors in town yesterday, A reception
wns given Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bartlett
Tuesday evening at the home of Mr. und
Mrs. George Bartlett. Mr, and Mrs. M.
(Continued on 3rd fage)
SHIFT IN STANDING
W. A. Lafontaine of Old Bee Hive
Becomes One of thc Lead
ers. OTHERS MAKE GAINS
Miss in-n-ry of Milton Still lino High.
mi Standing of All Some of thr
Oilier Leaders ftemnln I'n
ehnnged Another New
This morning W. A. Lafontaine of
the Old Bee Hive comes to the front
ns the lender In Group one nt the
Freo I'ress voting contest. He has
r,,f!07 votes to date. Bertha Hewc
with a couple thnu.T.if! more votes
remains the leader In Group four.
She has now i;,0S6 votes, and leads
all the contestants. In Group two
Jennie M. Mllford of Wlnooskl con
tinues at the head of her class with
an Increased vote. The leaders In the
other groups remain the same. Mrs.
Mattlo llanley of Milton enter.!
The candidates stand as follows
W. A. lafontaine. Old Ree Hire . .,-,.nnT
Miss Grace Cook, 92 Grant St... -I, inn
Miss Edna Baldwin, 35 Cherry St. .2,05.-,
Dorothy Strattop, S3 So. Wlllard
T A. Nichols H7 Klmwood Ave 2.250
Anna B. Eastwood, 204 College
Geo. D. Chase, .17 Buell St l,:mi
Loul'e McDougall, 421 St. Paul St. ."IT
Isaac Ellis, Middle Converse Hall r.OO
Blanche E. GaJue, North St,.,. noo
J. F. Kidder, 114 Colchester Ave. BOO
Oscar Edwards, Chase street.... tt0
F. II. Roblllard, 236 North St... ,G00
Jennie M. Mllford. Wlnooskl.... H.tor.
John Culley, St Albans 2,7.12
Charles Lamorder, Mlddlebury, 2,(vul
Miss Elizabeth Shanley, Wlnoo
Bertha Ollmour. Mlddlebury.... 775
Arthur J. O'Hearc, St. Albans... T.60
Nellie Parker, Wlnooskl SOB
Richard Ballard, Montpciier. . . . .-,00
Ilermon D. Hopkins, Mnntpeller 500
Maggie KInnesan, Wlnooskl 600
Theodore Dukett, Mlddlebury.... BOO
Edmund R. Byrne. Montpeller.. 500
Edith Coollhan, Mlddlebury 504
Miss Euln Douglas, Essex Jet . . (5,11
Mrs. Maria Tinker, Morrlsvllle. . 6,760
Eva A. Meigs, Vergcnnes 1.104
Prof. James E. Donahue, Essex
Elizabeth King, Waterbury 505
Clytle Burt, Waterbury 501
May Harris, Morrlsvllle 500
Hattle G. Rlcard, Swanton 500
Helen Weller. Bristol sou
Capt. K. E. Prouty, Essex Jet.... 50o
Bertha Hewey, Milton 12,!sii
Mrs. Wellmnn Walston, Jericho
Jessie I. Ball. F?rrl.burg 3,IW2
Ethel Bashaw. Richmond 2.S.-.2
Malda A. Kelsey, Salisbury 3,705
Katherlne Grlswold, Cornwall.. 2,52,'t
Dora Day, Milton 2,504
Susie A. Brlgham, Milton 2.50
Esther I Bush, Orwell 2,501
Cathleen M. Comstock, Orwell.. 2.500
Arthur K. Phelps, Milton 2,500
Mrs. L. C. Rice, Jericho l.naii
Miss Beaumall Hurd, Addlstm.. !1
Grace Merrill, New Haven .... 705
Grace Lafayette, Starksboro 010
Flora E. Derby, Hlnesburgh. . . . 050
Miss Emma Munnelte, Charlotte 571
Mrs. Anna S. Allen, East Char
Mrs. G, E. Betts, New Haven.. S 515
Mrs. Alice A, Davis, Essex 507
.Mrs. Mattie Hanley. Milton 547
C. W, Blsbce, Ferrlshurgh 502
Mrs. N, C. Bush, Charlotte Bo I
Myrl B. Hill, Starksboro 500
Margarette Tllley, So. Burlington .100
Mrs. J. N, Cutter, Starksboro.... 500
Mrs. Edmund Hannon, Starksboro BOO
Miss Jennie Chamberlain, Starks
George Nichols, Starksboro 500
Miss Anna Hlnes, Starksboro.... Boo
Wright Colegrove, Underbill . . . . 500
Ollvo B. Daniels. Whiting 500
H. B. Fleming, Hlnesburgh 500
Mrs. H. II. Claxton, E. Charlotte BOO
William Keeler, Whiting 500
Mrs. Lillian C Chase, East
Ma P. Rand, Randolph 7V.M
500 VOTES FOR
Who n rrnlilent of
P. O Aridrei In
Wlinm I iv Nil In nominate n n candidate In the Free Prrs
trlpH to Wnohington, vt Mngnra I'nlln, Voting Content.
My nnnir Is
My P, O. Aildre U
Only one of lltrae Ilallotn, vuliicd nt BOO Votrn, run lie
cal fur nil)' candidate.
Thl Coupon (noil for One Voir If candidate in nlrendy
entered, fB.OO prize to Ihe one first nominating n niceefiil
candidate, (hi offer not open to relative nf n candidate.
Amos II. S.mderK, Brandon ...
Miss Wllma Holmes, Cambridge
Oraco N. Ooff, Rlchford
Hattlo J, Hooker, Ooshrn
Mrs, Mima Clapp, Montgomery .
Lloyd Ollhralth, Knoshitrgh Falls
Miss Helena Reny, North Hero.
Clayton B. Stinson, Johnson ....
Mrs. Bernlco Clark, Wolcott....
Miss Anna Rogers. Cambridge .
F. L. Olddlngs, Hubbardton
Harriet G. Harrington, Fairfax
Carrie June, Brandon
Mary Lynch, Brandon
V. I. Spooner, Sheldon
Fanny Dickenson, Benson
B. H. Jewett, Jr., Montgomery,,
Curn O. Rlrhnrdsnn, Brandon .
John Norcross, South Hero
Cartnln Potter, Belvidero
Harold Beard, Watervllle,
Grace G. Sawyer, Newport
Ella Stlnehour, Cambridge
Mrs Alice Cllrford, Albany
Lulu Bragg, Watervllle
Wllina Atwood, Cambridge
F B. Morse, Wolcott
F. A. Start, Bakersfleld
Henry Saldlnl, Barre,
Kato Wood, Georgia '. ...
Coral Richardson, Wolcott
Hattlo M. Cook, Brandon
Henry J. Booth, Alburgh
Charles Williams, W. Derby ...
T. A. McCormlck, Poultney
Josle F. Lwls, Northflcid
Mildred C. Farr, Waltsfi.-ld . ..
Candidates to lie Nomlnnted and Dele.
gnle Elected In This r Ity
The formal call for the dcmicrni c
State convention to h he. in t is ,ty
June 20, follows:
A convention of th" denrvrntle vote t
of th" State of Vermont Is 1 erehv cat' ,j
to meet nt Burlington I'e Iv J jni
2fith. t ton o'cloek In the forenoon
to nominate candidates for tfc. offlreu
of governor, lleutenant-governoi, trea -urer,
secretary of State, atrfttnr of ac
counts and attnrnfy general, n he si im
ported by the freemen or ti e Rtite at i e
biennial election to he he, 'rv Iiy Sep
tember 1st. 1905t.
Also to nominate four ii pre - 1en u
elecfnrx to lie v oted for Tiled iv N-vvc n
ber 3, IMS.
To elect four ft) delf.,ir tied
four alternates to the nat.on il demo
crat. convention to he held a' Denv. r,
July 7th IMS, to nominate r;im ia'ea
for president and vice-presiirnt
Also to elect a State eo;r" ,te r
the ensuing two years, and t- tr.in , t
anv other business prop'r to done y
Repri sentatlon in the r.-.r-r t m w I
be on the bisls of one dekgat- from e
e.tv and town and one addit .rj d -gate
for cneh fifty votes or n- -r (r
tlon thereof cast for the dr-morra' can
didate for governor In irt.
Delegates nre to be chosen at ac
cuses called by tho demoern'ic com
mittee of each city and town and shot'd
provide themselves with crcdentia s,
signed hy the chairman nnd peeretarv ef
the caucus at which they are elected and
present the same to the democratic Sta'a
committee, which Is the committee on
credentials, at It.s headouarters at t'"i
Van Ness House, Immediately on their
arrival nt Burlington. A duplicate copy
of the credent! lis should also be mailed,
on their election ns such delegates, to
Henry Conlin, secretary of the Stata
committee, at Wlnooskl. Vermmt
Caucuses to elect delegates to t 3
convention should be held Satjrda. ,
June 20th. liw.
Further information will he founj -n
the blank ctedcntials sent to each city
and town committee.
Dated at. Wlnooskl, Vermont th s 14th
day of May, ifJK
Emory s Harris, chairman Mian t.
Calhoun, B. E. Billiard. John W h rs
ton, J. R. McMahon. J. J Thompson,
C. H. Russell, c. L. Gates, F W Farn
ham, C. N. Brady, n J". Carmody H J
McGowan, M J Mornn, Johr Keatinu,
Vermont Democratic State committee.
Henry Conlin, secretary
HAD FIT IN COURT.
Something lining When l.ntiN Bouch
ard Was rrnlgued bfore
There was excitement in JusCo J
T. Stearns's court yesterday aftertic-n
when IauIs Bouchard was arraignei
Bouchard was charged with hinder'ng
his son,. Napoleon, from attend ng
school. A case alleging truin-v wis
pending against Napoleon but it he
Ing represented that the fa'iver wns
the one at fault nn the matter, the IT
ter was brought Into court
The complaint against the c' 'r
Bouchard was read and was Interpret,
ed to the respondent by Oliver Lamora
When askeil to plead, Bouchard sud
denly threw a nervous fit. Coming oi
of the first paroxysm he was Immed'
ately seized with another Meanvvbt'e
Dr. L. M. Bingham, who was on the
street, was summoned to attend ti he
man Bouchard cam--" out of the s-
ond attack and was taken to Lis hm
In a hack
Milder excitement wa itf.rdel 'h
speeetators In Justice Stenrns's 'rurt
when the case against Joseph P rrtt
for Intoxication was taken up Num
erically, Barrett's wns a sixth 1 efen e
He was sentenced to serve "0 di's 1
jail. On disclosure, be claimed '
have obtained his stuff from a man
whom he said was Henry Waters and
he followed this up with a des riptlon
of the man. The Henrv Waters de
scribed was found to have been dead
for several years. Barrett will bo
given a chnnce for further disclosure
l"red Richardson of Barre pleaded
guilty to being drunk and will serve
ten days In Jail