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JTHK HURLINCrTUjy FtCEB PRESS: THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 11)08.
HAPPENINGS IN YERMONT, (Continued from 2nd Paste) rns homo nn North Mnln street Wodnos elav evening, October 21, lit fi:30 o'clock. The wedding will take place nt St. Luke'3 Chtiri.li t llvo o'clock, Mr. and Mr. Rwiggett w lit ho nl homo nt 8m Junti, Porti lllco, after January 1, IMS. Kncouraglng news la received ns to tho condition of Lieut. X. Allen Oood spced. t ravnlry, who was recently lelleved from duty nnd ordered to tho nrmy nnd nnvy hospltnl In New Mexico nfr ttrntmoul for fi lung trouble, latent. Onodspced has pained severnl pounds In Weight In Franklin county court Friday, the Jurv n the case of Btnto vs. Frnnk Roaudry, ohm-Red with peddling honrc nt the franklin county fair, returned a verdict unti Mimlny afternoon at two recess until Monday afternoon at two o'clock A very pretty home wedding took plnco nt do rcsidonen of Mr. nnd Mrs. George Cooke of South Main street Saturday ev.'ilng who their daughter. Miss Susie B M Conke. was married to Robert D. Picr!ey uf Montreal. Que. The cere r n was performed nt six o'clock by t'r Rev S Hnlstcd Wntklns rector of S I, ike's Rplccopnl Church ami was s'rl i'y private The pnrlor where tho cenmony and reception were held was beautifully decorated with Mowers, a cor-nc- of the room being made into an nlevo of pink nnd white lilies with p 'ma nnd ferns, while ropes of green were trained from the lighting fixtures. Miss ICntheilne R. Rrynnl was the mnld of honor nnd Merrill I). Armstrnm? was bert man. The bride wore nn em pire gown of lnvender voile trimmed with cream eluohcs lace nnd liberty silk, the color of the gown. She carried a boo.uet of lilies of the valley nnd or chids. The mnld of honor wore a whlto liberty silk nnd carried white roes, Mlsso Tannic and Dorothy Cooke of Rnston were flower girls. Following tho rceert'on Mr nnd Mrs. Peverley left on the express for Montreal where they will reside There war. n largo and handsome dlsplnv of wedding sifts. denial Jed Sturtevar.t. the Central "Vermont stntlon agent at this point, Is not thought bv his friends In be a man to strlko terror to the henrts of othrrs, Inn he must have presented a fierce front to one Thomas O'Brien of Rtvislurgh Falls on Friday evening, fcr when Sturtevant started for O'Hr en, who was nursing a Jag of groat prr portions In the depot wait ing room. O'Rrlon made a thing leap through one of the big windows, sash nnd all, and would have been running yet, but he was overtrained nnd col lapsed after a short sprint. He was lugged up to the jail nnd Saturday was arraigned In city court nnd lined J5 and costs for a drunk nnd tho costs of smashing the window. Thero was nn amusing scene at tho city clerk's otllce one evening last week when an old Frenchman appear ed there with a friend and told City Clerk Hopkins that he wanted to get married again. The clerk started to f1 oui the license nnd when he asked the name of the woman in the case, the old fellow wanted to know If no had to fjrnlsh that now. He was told of loursc that that was necessary, whereupon he held a long debate with his frlrnd as to which one of several i tne bride would he. The groom-elect and his friend could not eomo to an agree ment and they finally wont away with out the license. Later In the evening the old fellow showed up again at the fieri; s oillce, this. time with four wo men in tow and after some parleying, ono rf them was selected nnd the 11 nsc was issued. The wedding of Miss Gertrude F. Hon inson, daughter of Mrs. KHzn Robinson e ' North Mnln street, nnd Rdward I.. Ti rrey of Cambridge, Mass., will take ji'ace nt tlie home of Mr. and Mrs. CI iitin iy O Austin, Jr., Saturday, Ooto bei 17 at nine o'clock in the mornltiK. p lillc auction of the furniture, and r ' o 1 equipment of Jordan hall of un ; ii isai t memory will take place on the I r. r ity nctobr 27. In Franklin county coutt Monday t' e c ,irt docket was called and the dl- e iT-rs of McGowan vs. McGowan, a i Dnr.nldson vs. Donaldson were heard. The speclnl ndvlory comtnltteo ti i .iMised of the linn. S. C. Greene, "N , lam Kennedy and Major H. Jr. lin 1 i -k appointed by Mayor Atwood to investigate- and recommend relief measures on the water supply (ju-s-tlon, together with meinbeis of tho city council and Rnglneer Frank Dentin- a Tuesday visited Silver pond in Fa rfax und St. Albans bay, These nre tho only two known available sources of Immediate supply and either could ho utilized by laying malrs for about 2'a miles, the former to the present reservoirs In North rnlrfax nnd tho latter to the city mains on the western limits of the city. Silver pond wni found to be n 1m body of clear water, covering nn nrea of nbout ten acres. Tho pond lays on nn eminence estimated at nearlv ion feet higher thnn the res. ervolrs and although presenting en- jrlmorlng difficulties, could be piped down through a valley and over a hill Into them. Tho question in re gard to tills proposition Is as to whf'her the source of supply vould 1)o a permanent one and would war rant tho necessarily largo expense in volved. On the other hand, the lake would furnish nn Inexbaustable sup ply at all times, th pipe line can be cheaply and quickly laid and a pump ing plant Installed within a few days The Van Camp Packing company's big milk plant, which lias been using about 18 tons of milk per day, temporal My shut flown Tuesday until waer can be ob tained, The greater part of the cream tnken 1 y tho Van Cnmp'a will be handled for the present bv the Franklin county crenmery which hns Installed u special lepnintor hero for that purpose. Tim ui teshin well belnir driven nt the Vnn Camp plant, Is now down IX feet and water 'a tvlth seven feet of the luirface. There In no force to It as yet, but It Is expected that a depth will ha reached soon so Hint the plnnt can resume operations within two weeks, The Central Vermont thops remain Idle, hut every effort Is he. Inft mndo to set water from iomewhere os that work inn bo resumed. Dv ir 'ph weio the order of tho day Tuc my In Franklin county court, de claims belntr announced In five, cases, ns follows R. M, Wntorhury vs. Myrtle "Waterhiiry, bill jrranted for Intolerable revcrity, Cclla McGowan vs. Park Iea McGowan, bill granted for neglect and refusal to support nnd tho custody of the child awarded petitioner; Edward Bloomer vs, Gcorslanna Bloomor, hill granted for Intolerable soverlty and cus tody of the child to the petitioner, Cora Donaldfnn vn, Wllllnm R. Donaldson, Mil cranted for wilful desertion and tho custody of tho children awarded the peti tioner m the case of Julia C. Pudvah vs. William Pudvah the casn wiih dis missed without prejudice. Tho case of Itooth vs Ilooth wns heard hut no de rision fjlvon Follirwlnr? the reromrnendntlons which l hud recelviM culler In tho afternoon from tho advisory bonrd, composed of I. C. Greene, William Kennedy nnd Dr. II. M. llnlloek, the city council voted that Immedlnto action bo taken to obtain bids for pipe, nnd pump to forte wnter from t,ako Chnmplnln Into tho city water mains, so that the exlstltiR serious condi tions resultlnit from the shortage of city water may be remedied, A committee composed of ..Idermen Folsom, Clark and tnrry was appointed. After in vcBtlKntltiK tho well known Silver pond and Inko Champtaln propositions, 'tho committee decided that tho supply cf wnter should be obtained from the lake If that supply Is not Infected. It was do cldeil after it enreful Investigation, that amount of wnter In Silver pond was too small to warrant Its belnir connected with the reservoir, The estimated cost of run ning the pipe line to tho bny Ii something over V,Q-' The comtnltteo Is of the opinion Hint there it at present rnoush water In the reservoir to last the city S5 days, but recommends thnt the water service be discontinued to consumers except for one hour n dny, after the eight foot level Is reached. Mr, Kennedy stated thnt In his estltnntlon, It would tnke SI days to Ret the proposed plant to operating on account of the dlfflculty which will be encountered In purchaslns the necessary two miles of pipe. The Central Vermont rnllw.iy offered to fur nish the boiler to be used. At the council mcetlnc, Alderman Folsmn said that It would be a difficult proposition to obtain the necessary S7.fi'l on nccotint of the low conditions of the city tlnnnces. He snld thnt two banks had said thnt they would not furnlh nny money under tho condi tions. The totnl registration In the public Kchools of the city Is KA nttalnst KM on the first dny of school, which In turn was an Inctense of 40 over Inst yenr. Walter Mnun hns Rone to Melville, Saskatchewan, where he has a position with the G. T. F. railway. Mrs. IClla A. Hntton cf Rwanton hns purchased of Mrs. Julli A. Sweeney her liouf-e nnd lot mi Diamond street. The consideration wns J2,2na. After a lrntrthy trial In the city couit, Mr. and Mrs. Frnnk llonudry nnd Charles Whistle were hound up for the September term of the Franklin county court on a charK" of irrnnd larceny. llonudry and Whistle were held In sum of $310 and Mrs. Hea-.nlv In the sum of J2en. The re spondents were nrresled on the complaint of Charles Dubuque, who claimed that they relieved him of $100 after acceptlnK bis hospitality for a day. The respondents worn arretted In Mmtrenl and returned to the Stnt. without the formality of ex tradition papers. The case of Charles T. Hall vs. 1j K. lynmphere, nn notion based on aliened deceit In the sale of a horse, was heard yc-terday In the Franklin county court. Mr. nn 1 Mrs, J. A. F.nrnes r.nnounclnp; RICHFORD. TI e Rlchfnr l Favlntts Dank A- Trust Co. Is maklnir some chnnRos to Its build ing. A portion In the rear of the bank ing rooms, -which has been ued bv the Hounds More, hns been made Into a directors' room, and tho rear of the larso hall has been nddfd to the store. -Ofllrers of tho Rlchford branch of tho Y. M. C. A. are: Ch -lrmnn, E. D. Read; secretary, Howard M. Mandlfro; treasurer, Charles .1. Manuel; directors, Homer R. Thomas, George C. Jinuel, '. F. Greene, Hartley Kennedv, Wesley Miss John G. U n li st rom. Tho most prominent part of the work Is the biys' department of which tho Rev S. I' T'erry Is phyplral director. Hank hall has boon lensod for another yenr. Men's meotlncs will ho held dur InK the winter nnd tho work of prevlou years carried forward. B. F. Gullev, deputy collector, is taklnK his annunl vacation nnd vMtlnir his fnther In Aitdl son. Tho Indles' Ronevolont and Mis. slonnry society of the Raptlst Church will meet this afternoon, nnd sup per will bo served In tho church parlor from ."i:?.!! to 7:30 o'clock. C, llarry Wllson, who hns boon passing tho sum mer here, hns returned to Atlnntn, Gn. KuKono O. Mosler of Philadelphia Is visit ing relatives In this plnco. The Rev. W. G. Reoflold preached In Montgomery nnd South Rlchford Sunday. Mrs. M. W. Rounds hns returned from St. Albans and Georp,ln. For the first time In more thnn three months water began running over the crest of tho mill dam Sunday. Richard DelHlo, need 30 yenrs, died Saturday noon cf lockjaw Last month he suffered nn Injury to one hand caused by getting It Into the cogs of a threshing machine, nnd two Angers were amputated, lock jaw set in and ho suffered terribly be fore his death. He Is survived by a wife and seven children. The funeral was held Sunday afternoon at the Cntholln Church, the Rev. N. O. H. Dorlon of ficiating. The Rev. C. H, Rowley of South Crnftshury Is visiting his son, A. 11. Rowley. Mr. nnd Mrs. Joseph Lovo lette visited In Montgomery over Sutulnv. Mrs, K. M. Harnes of tlurllngtnn Is vli.ltlng her son, F. M. Ramos 11. O. Vnn Dyko Is 111 A "game hunt" social wa.s given by the Christian Kndenvor societies of the Haptlst Church Tuesday evening at tho homo of Miss Elizabeth, Rustedt. AV. II. Iyocklln, riresontatlve-eloct from Rlchford, went to Montpeller Tuesday to attend the general nisemhly - M-s F.dw!n H. Wilson nnd Mrs John M. Rohb hnvo been elected delegates to the State convention of tho Chlrtlan Kndenvor Fnlon to bo held In Fair Haven next Monday and Tiieday - Two deer were seen Sunday morning In the garden of W, W. Wlilte, They came within a short distance of tho house. EAST FAIRFIELD. Mrs. K'bert Colburn returned Satur day from Iiutllind. MIeh Agnes Mitchell, who is attending school In St. Albans, whs ut, homo over Sunday. William Hy crnft nnd son, Irving, who have boon at home for a few days, will return to .Montpeller this week, HIGHOATE CENT2R. Tho ladles of tho Congregational Church served their annual chicken plo'supper last evening from fi to 9 o'clock ,ln the church parlors. H. A. Stocluvcll has sold Ills farm, consisting of about lt acres and tho perbonnl propeity on the same, to Thomas Ray mond, for H.noo, Immedlnto possession will be given. -Mr. nil'l Mrs. O. II. Hlx ford hnve returned from a nutonioblle trip to Rutland and other towns In tho southern part of tho State. J M, Tromhly has sold to David Iifl.im of Swanton his farm In "Rico Hill" In tho east part of tho town and Mr. I.atlnm Is moving his family there. T. A. Derosla Is moving from the jarvlH building back to Fast Ulghgnte. Isnlnh Raymond Is moving from tho Mrs. Umlly Cutler house on Franklin Btreet to the Jnrvls tenement on main street. M. A. Stock well who has been In town the past weok has returned to his homo In Marl boro, Mass, C. R. Lyon Is spending a few flays with relatives In Ronton H, W. Loukos Is spending a fw days In Burlington. BEAVER. Mr. nnd Mrs. M. L-. Strnlt visited their nephew and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Btrnlt of Frnnklln, recently. Mllo Rordo and family hnvo moved Into P. O. Cook's house. Mr. I(. .1. Anthony of Fssex .Tumtlon la making a cement cistern for I,. II. Caswell. Mr. nnd Mis. O, I,, Rut tier visited ut L. II, Cuswi'll's October 1. SWANTON. The funernl of A. K. Wnnscr was held nt tho Methodist Church Monday, Post Jewell, G. A. It., of which he was a member, nttelidlng. Mr. Wnnzcr dleel suddenly Friday nftemoon from the effects of a shock, although he tin it boon In falling health for n year. 1 lo i wns born In Fairfax St years ago nnd had resided In Swanton most of his life, for tunny yours operating a saw and plaster mill. Mr. Wnnzcr served In Com pany II, 1st Vt. cavalry, from '01 to 'B5. lie leaves a wife and rn adopted son. Mrs. Job Reynolds was stilcken with paralysis Friday forenoon etui died a few hours Inter. She wns nn nctlvo woman i and her denth greatly shocked a wldo circle of nrqtmlntnnro coming ns It did without forewarning, Mrs. Reynolds being engnged with her household duties n usual that morning, She was n daughter of J. H. Morrill, In his day ono of the most prominent farmers In Franklin county. William Morrill of St. Albnns Is a brother nnd the Into Dr. D. J. Morrill of North Troy was nnother brother. Sho leaves a husbnnd but no children. The funeral wns held nt Holy Trinity Church Sundny afternoon, tho Rev. K. S. Stone olllclallng, Tho bearers were A. J. ltarney, tt. P. Adams, R. II. Heche, R. N. llullard, C. II. Stllphcn nnd I). O. Fur man. MONTGOMERY. Mrs. Taylor of Thompson, 111., Is thl Sliest of tho Rev. nnd Mrs. J. T. llax endnlo, Miss May Combs of South Rlchford and Arthur Iagrnw of this place, w re married by tho Rev. W. G. Scoflebl, September 2fi. Services at the .Methodist Rlpscopnl Church Sun day evening worn In charge of the A . C. T 1". -J. W. Goodspecd Is In Poult ncy visiting his brother, O. N, Good speed. Tho How W. G. Bcoflold of Rlchford preached at tho Methodist llplscopal Church Sunday morning nnd nt South Rlchford In lio nftemoon In the Interest of tho Antl-Haloon league. Merrlt Runnentt, who has carried on J. C. (loodspeed's farm the past year, will work for C. II. Gates, nnd will move Into the house now occupied by I G. Llbby. The W. C. T. V. will meet Friday afternoon with th president, Mrs. Klsle Janes. Mrs. C. It, Gates Is attending the State con vention of tho W. C. T. t nt Newport. FAIRFAX. Mrs. Palmyra Rallard nnd daughter, visited friends In St. Albans, Oct. B. Mr. nnd Mrs. Harley Dunton, Mr. S. Hoyden and daughter of Georgia, visited friends in town Saturday. Arthur Cher rler is sick. His son, George, Is driving tho barge. The school directors are building a lnrge building to storo tho summer barges in through tho winter. The directors nre having six winter burges . mndo. The friends of James Ixwls met at his homo Saturday evening Oct. 3. to remind him that ho was 57 years old. Fruit und candy wan served. After spending a few hours In visiting the company left wishing many birth days -Miss Maiy Wheeler moved to her new home Saturday, Oct. S. A. H. Roe man has pone to the Maine woods hunt ing district. Mr. Soulo of Fairfield and Mr. Glhhs of Fletcher got mixed up on tho Btreet Sunday night nnd ench broke a wagon axle; they claim thnt the eloc trio light was to Mnme for It. Tho selectmen nre putting In a new Iron bridge in Huntvlllei this week. The selectmen met nt Hemon Gregory Oct. 3, and consulted with several In regard to changing the road around the hill. The selectmen have asked for bids to build the road. -Mrs. Samuel Crown of St. Albans, Is visiting her sister, Mrs. H. M. Rallard. Tho ladles' Improve ment society will meet with Mrs. H. II. Phelps, Oct. 13-Mrs. D. II. Francher Is no better. Mrs. Homer Weiod nnd family and also his fathor and mother wtll move to Conn. Monday, where they will make their homo in tho future. Mrs. Kdwnrd Nash of Rurllngton was tho guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. K. Wilson, recently. The Tecent ruin did not raise th springs or wolls any. Thero nre a good many drawing water for their stock and house. MONTGOMERY CENTER H. A. Slayton, C. II. Slocum nnd II. M. Rich of Morrlsvlllo wrro In town Tuesday. Mrs. F. R. initohlns has re turned from New Jersey, where she has been for a few week?. Fred Hutchlns returned Saturday from Chicago, when) be purchased severnl yoke of heavy Western oxen to use In tho lum ber woods. J, a. Wright of Minne apolis, Minn.. visited his brother. lieorpe Wright n few days. He left Monday for Roston.-Alex Implant was in ht. Albans attending county court Mondny, ns was P. II. Coleman Tuesdny Mrs. K, S. Wright la In Newport this week. ENOBBURGH. Mr. nnd Mrs. O. I.. Fnsseit nr. in Swanton keeping honso for their daugh ter, .Mrs. Judd, who. with her husband nnvo gone to New York. Mrs. 8. II. Dow went Monday to East llerkshl to npend two weveks with relatives Tho inaies or mo Congregational Society served dinner at Mrs. P.mi v. tnr. ley's Wednesday. Willys Kent, who hns uecn paBBing a few weeks with his pa rents, returned to New Vork Wednesday. A daUKhter was born Snturdnv lo tr nnd Mrs. Fred Rldred. The young peo ple hid a flnu t mo at tho Pnvertv n. clal at Mi. Wright's Friday ovcnlng and realized over $0. Mrs, Carries Hnshaw wan given the prlzo, a corn cob doll, for being dressed the nearest to the Ideal. -George W. Wright of Montgomery nnd brother, the Rev, J. A. Wright of Minne apolis, pnssed Saturday with their cousin, J. Melvln Wright. Owen Shop, herd, who has been traveling fur the Kimball brothers, has finished work nnd Is nt N. O. Jlnshnw's. Charles Shepherd, who has been awny visiting, has also re turned. The ruin last week did much good, hut tho ground Is too dry to plow, Mr,' nnd Mrs. II. II. Dessey and slst':r, Mrs. Justin Lamas, are visiting their brother, Joel Ressey, who lately moved to Hydo Park. GEORGIA. Ml.ises Rfflc and 'Nettle Gordon nro visiting hereDavid llevlns has pur chased th house In Bt. Albans occupied by hU -n and will movo there soon. News ban been received here of the ser ious Illness of Agnes Llnnnhan. 8n has been spending tlm summur In Morrlsvllle and Is 111 nt tho homo of MT.bh Hlnnche Peck. The) Georgia Juhilen Sinners mi.ni Sundny here nnd furnished music, at tho .Meinonist cnurcn in tho afternoon nnd evening. Nelson Carr hns reutrned from St. Albans ar.d Is much Improved, Mrs. Osgood Is nlto 111 at the homo of her daughter, Mrs, Mortimer Reynolds A social was held nt th Rantlsf ehn. last evening, and Miss Alblna Howard presented the society with a handsome clock. Miss PesrI McDougall Is visiting her brother, tho Row O, C. McDougnll. FLETCHER. Kll Rurnhnin of Jeffersonvlllo has been visiting In town,-Cephas C.iTpenter nnd Leo Carpenter have icturned from n severnl days' visit with relntlven In Irnshurgh.-Tlm M. v A. will hold a sociable at their hall this evening to which nil nre eordlally Invited 1N08BURGH FALLS. Mrs. 8. J. I'nrmelee, who 1ms born visiting- her son, H. 3. Pnrmoleo, with hnr granddaughter, MISs Hcsslo Wil liamson, expects let return to New York this week. Miss Helle C. Stone Is In Newport ns the guest of Mrs, M. P. Chaffee. Mr. nnd Mrs. George p. Rowe. of Ilethel returned home Saturday nfter a week with their daughter, Mrs. A. R, Mason. 13. V. Perkins wan In Rurllngton Saturday passing Sundny with Mrs. Perkins In Kssox Junction. Mrs. Perkins nnd bnby nre expected hero this week when thny will occupy rooms with Mrs. M. C. Realty, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. F. Durkeo of Sheldon wero guests nt Mr. nnd Mrs. R. F, Greenwood Saturday. Tho condition of A. I.. Glenson and R. W, Clnrk, who hnvo been lit some weeks, remains un changed. W. II. Huckloy of Rurllng ton wns In town Saturday. Peter Hlnlr, a veteran of the civil War, died Sunday morning at seyon o'clock after an Illness of nbout four weeks with dropsy. Mr. Hlnlr had been crippled and unable to do any labor for several years. He wns boiti February, lSt, In Stanbrldge, Quo., enlisted In Juno, l.4 j mustered out In June, 1W; married Harriet Unso In August, Hi;., who with llvo sons and two daughteis Hurvlvcs him. The funeral wns held at the house Tuesday nt ten o'clock the Rev. M. fl. O'Donnel officiating. Tho burlnl wns In tho Catholic cemetery. The With wedding anniversary of Mr. nnd Mrs. John Lawrence was obsorve-d Monday. Reside the ehtldten In town thero wero vrerent a grandson, Dwlght Gardner, who enmo fiom Pennsylvania, two sons, Irving of Lowell, Mnss., nnd Knrl from Newport. -Mrs. Kttle Par mentor passed laf-t week In Sherbrooke. nnd North Hntley, Quo. Mrs. J. H. Meant Is visiting In Granville, N. V. W. I,. Gardner and Douglas A. Thorn passed Sunday here, returning to Rur llngton Monday, Fay Heaulnc returned to Montpeller Monday after a vacation with his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. II. nenulae1. Miss Ora B. Danskln of Chfttcaugay, N. Y., has been visiting Mrs. J. W. Tuttle. Tho funeral of Peter Blair was held at his late homo Tuesday morning at ten o'clock, the Rev. M. K. O'Donnell officiat ing. Tho bearers were the four sons, Frank, William, Charles airl Kveroy. The members of Plxley Post wire guard of honor and nlso conducted tho services nt tho grave, J. H. Hums eommandor, In charge. A. J. Croft, senntor-elect, and Representative C. H Strutton left Tues day for Montpeller. Mr. and ..Irs. O. Merrill nro pnsslng a few dnys in Memt polier 'M. P. Perley was In Cnmbrldgo nnd Rurllngton Monday nnd Tuesday. -Mrs. R. J. Parmelee left Tuesday for Newport to attend the annual mooting of the W. C. T. U. Mrs. S. J. Parmelen and Miss Ressle Willlrmson left Tuesday for their homo In New York city. Not withstanding the general complaint of scarcity of water in various other places tho supply here Is still abundant. Tho recent showers have raised tho river so that the pumps are being again run by water power. BAKERSFIELD. Mrs. Charles Pearson and daughter, Doris of West Rnosburcb, have moved to this town. Mr. and Mrs. George Far roll of Fnderhlll visited Mr. and Mrs. William Cook over Sunday. .Tamos Per kins who has had employment In New York, the past summer, has returned homo. tho coming "double marriage of thoir daughters, the Misses Mnudej and Flora Harnes, to Messrs Homer D. Ovltt nnd DoWaldo Knight, respectively. Tho we-l ding will tnke place Wednesday evening October 14, nt J;30 o'clock at, the homo of the brides. HIGHGATE SPRINGS. Mrs. F. A. Winters returned Mondny morning after an oxtended visit with her mother In Lowell. While picking pears recently. Alvln rordlre broke an nrm. Mr. nnd Mrs. Fpham were, called to their homo In Ozone Park, by the death of their sister, Mis. Alia Nutt Henry Harrett died Sunday night after a two weeks' Illness with pneumonia. Miss Helen Nowiand visited In Fnlrlleld Saturday and Sundny EAST BERKSHIRE. The Rev Kdward Grant of St JohnsbtiTy Is visiting his mother, Mrs. Joseph Grant. Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Grnnt returned to Boston Saturday. Miss Ressle Hawley of Rlchford visited Miss Susie MolTatt Friday Miss Brad ley of St. Albans and Miss Kate Peaso of RnoBburgh Falls worn at Mrs. R. A. Perley's over Sunday. Miss Grace Wad lelgh has gone to Boston fe- a few months' stay. Trout River Ornnge gavo Its third annual harvest supper Tues day evening. GRAND jSLE COUNTY, ALBURGH CENTER, Miss Klsln Ooodsell of Isle La Motte Ib the guest of her aunt, Mrs, Oscar Hut chins. R, M, Rockwell has tlnlshed his duties as pilot on the Etcamor Vermont, and returned home. Mrs, M. A. Hrny ton, who has been the guest of Mrs. M. B, Rockwell for the last two weeks, re turned to Alhurgh .Springs Monday. The ladles' of the Methodist Church held n social at the home of Mr.and .Mrs, W. A. fiouln last evening. The procee'd.j will be usoel In repairing the church Me-pi. -The Rev. II A Jones, who has been very seriously 111. Is slowly recov ering. Tho Rev. Mr. Hyntt of Swanton prenchod In the Methodist Church Bun elay. GRAND ISLE. Tho liiidles' Aid will meet nt Henry Grlswnld's for supper today, Mrs. C. E. IMrrow went Frld.iy to Fast Brain- tree, Mnss., where she will spend tho winter with hor daughter, Mis. Burton L. Baker. Flunk Menard of tho Rich mond high school Is visiting his mother, Mrs. Mary Menard Mrs. Rdson I'ftord wont Friday to Kant Hrnlntree, Mans,, where she will spend a row weeks visit Ing friends nnd rnltlves,Htunrt B.imp on of the U, V. M Buillngton, spont Sunday with Is parents, Mr. and Mrs, H. R. Beimpnon. LAMOILLE GOTO. EDEN. Mies Florance Richards It visiting In Johnson.-J. S. Emory has gone to Mont-peller.-Mrs. Esther Red has sold her Tarni to Mr. Parsons Mr. Lewis's on Deforest, Is better -II tt- Adams has rented his mill fa"11 10 Mr- Hussell of Hydo Park.-Tho "- "'"ilversary of Mr. nnd Mrs, F I- Smith's mnrriago wns celebrated nt their homo October ;, It was n complete nmJ very enjoyable, surprise. Mr ami lrs- B'nlth received many useful prondi"-' Mr n'l Mrs, h. B. Blake nnd l110 ''"tkhurst aro among those who have gone to Boston. STOWE. Bnow begiv.. falling o tho summit of Mount Mansfield nt about seven o'clock Friday morning nnd nt noon thero wns depth of 2 1-2 Inches on tho loVcl with tho thermometer at 32 degrees. According to old weather prophets winter Is due In six weeks from the first snow on tho mountains. The dntn Is unusually late this year, that of lt07 being September ii. Satuiday morning at the Sum mit House the thermometer registered ten nbovo zero at six o'clock. A strong wind wns blowing and u tiro was kept alt night to keep the house warm. The house close Mondny.-'Mrs, M. Mar shall, who Is suffering with a broken hip at the homo of he-r daughter, Mrs. John Straw Is doing ns well as could bo expected, Mr. nnd Mrs. Matthew Robson of Snletn, Mass., nro visiting Mr, nnd Mrs. H. R. Straw nnd other rela tive" In Stowo. Mr. and Mrs. Bnmuol Shnw of Woburn, Mass., are guests at Pleasant Vlow House, Moscow, Mrs. Mnry A. Jenney nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. A. 15. Douglass returned Saturday from a Bos ton nnd Lowell. Mr, nnd Mrs. Mntthew M. Munn nnd llttln son, returned Snt urday to Snrnnnc Lake, N. Y. The Rov. Joseph McKeo, who has visited his nunt, Mrs. Ira Munn, hus icturned to Phila delphia, H. 11. Shaw hns trnded tho Notcmlre plnco In Sterling to A. I. Jackmnn, tak ing In exchange Mr. Jnckman's farm, tho buildings on which ho will uso In stead of hulldlng those recently burned at his mill. Mrs. Maria (Stone) Burt died October 4 nt her home on Rdson hill nfter p. long Illness. She was 7(1 years of age and her llfei was passed In Stowe, her native.' town. She wns ma ri led !u 18.".4 to. Georgn W. Burt, who survives her. Of their 10 children, three nro dead, M.-s. Gracia Tomllnson, Mrs. Ruth Rob inson and Frank F. Burt resldo In Stowo, Mrs. Carrie Anchorman In South Dakota, Wllllnm G. In Snrniiac Idike, N. Y., Mrs. Mary Smalley and Miss Abblo M. Burt In Burlington. Thero nro 14 grandchil dren nnd six great grandchil dren living. Tho funernl was held nt the West Branch church nt two o'clock Wednesdny afternoon. Mrs. II. A. G, Abbe gavo a most enjoyablo "mothers'" party Saturday afternoon. 14 mothers and their babies being present. Refresh ments were served. Mr. nnd Mrp. Ooorga S. Wmlc returned Mondny from a week'.-i visit In Morrlsvlllo. The Summit House. em Ml. Mnnsllold Is closed for tho sea son. Wild, ripe raspberries Just picked from the vines wore served for supper ono day last week by n housewife In the Little liver neighborhood In Waterbury. Miss Miriam Robon returned to Salem Mass., Mondny. H. G. Thomas, State eommlsslonor of Ilsh and game, hns received the follow ing reports of doer Illegally killed In tho St-ito during September; September 5, doe shot In South Duxbury, September injured deer killed in Goshen; Septem ber 1(5, legs ami entrails of a door found In Unit html Four Corners; September 14, bink killed In Stannard. September y. doc shot In Lincoln; Sopt ,'t, 5 d.ios reported shot In Hrldgew atcr; September 2t', one bue-k nnd one doe shot In Wnter bury; September L'7, large buck shot In Granville.-II. H. Smith Woman's Relief Corps held a ppeclal meeting for prac tice Tueday afternoon. An Illustrated lectuic on Hon Hur will bo given nt tho Methodist Church Friday evening. Sat urday evening a progrnm of Illustrated songs will bo carried nut Mrs. C. F. Kddy Is pnsslng the week with her daughter. .Mrs. C. B. Boyce, in Mcnt-pollei-. Mnnsfield Mountnln Grange will hold Its annual fal.- at the Akeley Memorial building Saturday. Dinner for members und Invited guests will be ser ved nt noon. A short program wtll be carried out in the nfternoon. The public Is cordially Invited during tho afternoon Geeirge Tedfewd has moved from Cam brldg" to Moscow, whero ho Is employed In F. R. Smith's factory II. O. Thomns went to Montpeller yesterday to attend the opening of the Legislature. C. II. Wheeler was In Hyde Park Monday to attond his mother's funeral. Mr. ,tnd Mrs. J. J, Billings of Morrlsvlllo are visiting thoir son, II. W. Billings. Miss Knthcrlne Marshall has finish ed work at F. S. Boardman's. Tho funeral of Mrs. George W. Burt was held at tho West Branch Church Wednesday afternoon, conducted by the Rev. J. Q. Angell. Tho bearers were two sons-in-law, K. J. Smalley and Rdward Cutler, nnd two grandsons, Georgo Cutlir nnd N. B. Robinson. The singers were Mrs. H. W. Harrows and Mrs. N. H. Kaiser A. H. Cheney and C. A. Riley, Mrs. Riley, organist. Tho burial was In River Hank cemetery. Among the friends present from out of town wero Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Smalley and Miss Abblo Hurt of Rurllngton. Rdward and Guorg-i Cutler of Wnltsficld, Mrs. Abblo Blakely of Waterbury. O. R, Lucn has been ap pointed administrator nnd C. L. Mo Mnhon and L. L. Harris commissioners of Mrs. Snrah Luce's estate. O. R. Luce la administrator and L. I Harris and II. R. Jenney, commissioners of R. M. Adams's estate. Tile Rev. M. II. Smith of Concord Is visiting his sister, Mrs. F, J. Kidder. Mr. and Mm, H. B. Fnuncu left Wednesday for a carriage, drive of two weeks which will include visits to friends In Hardwlck. Middlesex. Fayston, Huntington, Hlnesburgh nnd South Bur lington. Mrs. Phllena Straw eibserved her Kth birthday Monday visiting at the homo of her grandson, George Brush. Rxccrt for falling eyesight, Mrs. Straw- is lemarkably active and well preserved. -Miss Rose Straw Is visiting In Wood stock on her way home from Boston. -Ralph Clark hns gono to Morrlsvlllo whero he Is employed by II, Walte & Sons. Mrs. Rllr.uboth Fuller Is spending the week In Morrlsvlllo with hor niece, Georgn Chirk. C. F. Rddy took Repre sentative Smith to Montpellnr Wednesday morning In his automobile, making thu trip In ono hour and flvu minutes, BELVDDERE Lonnlo Davis had the misfortune to cut his kneo ijtilte bndly with an axe whllo chopping on Hillings mountuln, last week. Mrs. T. M. Pottnr is visit ing her son, Thomas Potter, In Bur lington, The parents and children met at the church at Deliden Junc tion Sunday and organized n Sunday school. Mrs, A. M. Bhattuck, who has been stopping In Rurllngton with her son for a few days, Is now In Fair llld with hr son, W. R. Hhnttuck. Henry Potior Iibb sold his place nt tlm Center to O, W. Bhattuck, who la mov ing there. M. Wlthoroll will move In to O. W, Shnttuek's house, for the win ter. Mrs, Laura Potter nnel son, Wal ter, who have been visiting In this place, have returned to Barton. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Whlttemore were calld to Milton Saturday to attend the fun eral of Mrs. Whittemore's father, Val entlno. Wetherell. The body was brought to W' TVllle and buried be side his wife. NORTH HYDE PARK. K. A. Wedge, Frank Chaffoo and A. W. Lnnphor, accompanied by their wives, have gono lo Boston on tho excursion. Mrs, L. P- Butts Is nlso taking advan tage of tho low rntos to visit her slstor there. -L. P. Butts was In Burlington Wvilnesdny.--Chiiuncey Cracker mitdn n htlncrn trip to St. Albuiis Wednesdny. - Hevi nil from this plnco attended Pana ma Grunge, at Cnmbrldgo Wexlncsduy. HYDE PARK. Fire wns discovered coming from tho roof of tho "Alhnmbrn" Monday noon. An nlnrm brought assistance which ex tinguished the flames before nny Ferlous results. It was caused by a spark from the chimney. L. II. lyjwls nnd R. G. Sherwin hnvo gono lo Montpeller to tako up their IcgMatlvo duties. Mrs. Frank True died Thursday. Tho funernl took place Baturelny Besides her himbnnd, she lenves a son by a former husband. Tho Hon. A. M Kelley, aged S7, wns stricken with paralysis Bitnday nnd la now In a vory critical condition, Byron R. Hub bard of Wolcott and Helen Brown of this town were married Saturday night by Justlco Wnlte.--Noyes Wood Is In Bor ton, The town dork's ofTIco has been moved Into Noyes Wood's new store. MORRISVTLLE. Mrs. Minnie Htcel hns returned from Greensboro. Mrs, B, Boyea nnd daugh ter of Chasm Falls. N. Y-, were guests Balm-day of Mr. nnd Mrs. G. B. Stnn-cIlff.-Mrs. J. Russ. who In 111 nt tho homo of her daughter, Mrs. Minnie Smalley, Is somewhat Improved. Mrs. Abgall Parker of Johnson, who has mado an extended visit with her son, Henry R. Parker, returned home Sat urday. The members of tho senior class of People's Acndemy nro rehearsing a play which thov expect to present some time In November In this nnd neighbor ing towns. It Is a comedy drama, en titled "Miss Topsy Turvy" nnd Is being staged by Miss tin Nllos Mrs. 13. L. Vincent returned to Johnson Saturday nfter visiting her son, C. B. Vincent. -Mrs. Mnry Hallett of St Jnhnsbury Cen ter, n guest Frldny of hor cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Carlton, went Satur day to Burlington to visit Mr. nnd Mrs. J. F. Bunker. -Mr. nnd Mrs. W. M. Sar gent, Mr. nnd Mrs Rills Foster nnd Mrs. R. R. Foster were nt the Wood ward cottage In Rlmnre Saturday nnd Sunday. Miss Rsther Rncon pnsscd Sat urday In Fast Hardwlck. Miss Stella FMlllngton of Cambridge visited hero Saturday. Mrs. Carrie Manning was In tlardwlrk Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Al ton Ifwsnti returned to Hardwlck Sat urday. Mrs. Candaco Carpenter of John son visited In town Saturday. C. A. Sanders, who has mndo a enre ful notn of the weather for many years, gives the following figures on the amount of rnlnfnll during tho summer: In Mny there was rnln during IS dnys, with a precipitation of ",.0t Inches; In June it rained 13 days, 3.10 Inches; July rain 14 days, r,,28 Inches; Augurt rnln 13 dnys, 2.20 Inches; Sep tember rnln S days. 1.14 Inches. The rnlnfnll In September, 1903, was less thnn this yenr Miss Lura Campbell o Albnny Is visiting her nunt, Mrs. W. J. Ftton; Clinton Kills of Boston, his parents, Mr. und Mrs. T. B. Kills; Miss Gertrude Hnsklns of Providence. R. I., her parents. Mr. rnd Mrs. B. 11. Hasklns. Mrs. Rmlly Towno passed Sundny and Monday In Hnrdwlck with her daughter. 'Mrs. L. C. Moody of Waterbury. who In ill at Mr. nnd Mrs. C. H. Slocum's is Improving slowly. Mr. and Mrs. I.. R. Hnrrlngton of Bur lington returned home Monday. Rev. V. M. Hardy preached in Cnmbrldgo Sundny. Mrs. J .1. Jnekson nnd guest. Miss Molllo Hnnford of Hobnrt, N. Y.. went to Montpeller Monday. Mrs. Lul.t Spauldlng Is at homo from Mont peller. J. Henry Atchison was In St. Albans Monday I. V. Kdwards of Chi cago went Monday to Hnnlwick. Mrs. (icorgo P. Drown went to Lyme, N. II., Monday. Frank K. Hlckok of New Haven, Conn., arrived Monday. Mrs. Georgn I. Bates went Monday to Phil adelphia, her former home. Mrs, Itnn nle Spauldlng of Stowe Is visiting her sister, Mm, Rimer Ryder. Mrs. Kllz-iheth Thomas has returned fiom Orford, N. II . wh're she has visit ed her nleco, Mrs. R. L. Wn trims. She was accompanied by Mrs. Watrous who will visit relutives here Mrs. Rllza Grlswold, who passed the .summer nt the New Vesper House, Old diehard, re turned Monday. Mrs. Louis Archambault and children of Ilarte.n nre isltlng Mrs Mary Towno. Mr. and Mrs Frank Ray mond passed Sunday and Monday with relatives In Ulghgnte Bert Shaw has tlnlshul work In Burlington and returned hero Mondny. His family will roinnln In Burlington. -Mr Shaw will work for tho Warren Leather company Mrs. S. M. Chapman of Worcester. Mass.. Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Fay Tinker. Mr. and Mrs, Charles Lunt of Derby Line nre guests of their daughter. Mrs C. R 1M1 mer. Rimer Spauldlng of Snxonvlllo, Mass., Is visiting his brother, Martin .Spauldlng. Mrs. Rmma Marvin and Mr". O. W. Davis went ns delegates to Now port Tuesday to tho W. C. T F. inven tion. MIbs little Ingals of Old Orchard, Me., returned homo Tuesday. -The re mains of Arthur N. Blckford. who wis killed a ye-nr ngo Inst March whllo at work at his plant for the manufacture of gas nt New Orleans, wero brought here Monday for Interment. The burial took place Tuesday morning In the village cemetery, tho Rev. C. C. St. Clam offi ciating. -Alvah Foster of Wolcott was In town Tuesday. JEFFERSONVILLfc. C. A. I)land, who has been spending a six weeks' vacation In this town and Johnson, returned to his work as con ductor for the Northern Railway Co., of Costa Rlcn, Central America. Thurs day night. Mrs. Inland will remain with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Alfred Buker. for a rhort time before Joining her hus bnnd. The cemetery association met with Mrs, J. W. Green October C. Plans wero discussed for u dramatic enter tainment in the near future. Mr. and Mrs. A. Hi Wood and son have gone to Brandon where they will be the guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Georpo Hurnham-Mr. nnd Mrs. C. A. Iceland have returned from Johnson where they were guesU of his father. A. A. Leland. Ml Mnttle Wilcox has gone to spend several weeks with friends In Bt, Albans. Mr. and Mrs. S, R. Popu have gone nn tho ex cursion to New York, Mrs. J F. Wilcox wns tlui guest or Mr. and Mrs. M. N. Dodge at Rssex Center several days tho past week. Mrs. Cen-.t Stlckney from Loon Iike, N Y., Is passing severnl weeks with fi lends In this vicinity. Sho will be remembered ns Corn Gibson. WOLCOTT. Georgei Fisher cif Lyndonvlllo was a guest of his father, C C. Fisher. Thurs day. Mrs. Norman Smith has deeded her house, to Mrs. II, II, Smith nnd will re side with them M. A. Barter and son, hnvo bought tho W O. Strntton house and will remodel It and hoop a hotel Chester Olffard of Milton was In town Thursilay.-Master Kenneth Foster pass ed Saturday nnd Sunday with his grand mother, Mrs. O. P. Foster, In Morlsvlile. Station ngent Judd Is quite 111, Mrs, A. J. Wilson went to Rochester Satur day where hor husband Is employed. She expects to visit In Mlddlebury be fore her return. Wilbur Johnson of Lan caster, N. II., Is a guest nt D. In Falmer's. A daughter wns born to Mr nnd Mrs, F. R, Jackson October 1 yiturlce Darling has moved from tho Strntton house to A. A. Darling' on the Hnrdwlck road. Tho Rev. A. II. Bturges of Jerloho, will prench In tho Methodist church Tuesday evening. Oc teiber 13, Mr. and Mrs, Albert Clark of Battle Creek, Mich , are visiting Mr. Clark's parents Mr, nnd Mrs B, O, Clnrk - Representative C O, Morse went to Montpeller Tuesduy. JOHNSON. Mr. nnd Mrs. Wllllnm Itportc rMurneil Friday from a ten days' trip to Now Yfirk city, Boston, Lowell nnd Provi dence. W, II, Stearns started Monday for Osslpeo.N. it., and from there goes to Portland and Boston. Arthur Stearns hns returned from Hnnovi-r. N. II. Those going to Ntw York from here on tlm excursion were L. It, Grow and daughter, B. C. Hill, Mr. anil Mrs. F. It. Ober and Fred Oarlnnd, W. C. Robert son hns given up work at the Bherwln mill and will soon movo to Richmond, whero he hat similar enployment. Dell Sturtcvnnt hns moved to Rochester, whero ho hns a position on tho White. River ralltoad. Arthur like and family have returned fremi Swanton, Hlghgnto and Bt. Albans.--Representative-elect II, C. Purker left for Montpeller Tuesday. CAMBRIDGE. Tho body of Valentine Wlthcrell of Milton, formerly a resident of Cambridge, wns burled at Watervllle Saturday -Miss Hiiltle Brown of North Wllllston, paed Sunday at W. M. Smith's, -Miso Lydla Lman pnssed Sunday In JefTor sonvllle The Roy, R. J. Burton was In Burlington Monday. Mrs. Bassett of Cnmbrldgo Junction, was In town Tues duy. -Mrs. Jennlis Stevens and Mrs. L, Leavonn are 111. Mr. and Mrs. Ft eel Dixon spent Sunday at Pleisant Valley. Mrs. Thomas Ilennetiey Is passing a few days i.i Pleasant Valley at Mr. T. Provost's. R. Hubor and bride hnvo re turnd from Switzerland. Mr. and Mrs. N f). Wlthoroll wero In Watervllle Sat urday to attend the funeral of his fathor, -Miss Pearl Smith passed Sunday nt her homo In Buillngton. ORANGE COUNT!, BRADFORD. The homo of Mr. nnd Mrs. Kdgnt Hunt on Plensant street was the sren of a very pretty wedding Thursday morning when thoir daughter. Kva Leonora, was united In marriage to George A. Jenkins, Jr., son of .Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Jenkins of this place. At Pleven ei'clock, the bride and groom who had beein mingling Informally with tho guests, took their plnces un der a drapery of vinos nnd white as ters nnd the marriage ceremony wa performed by the Rev. R. A. Logg nt Grneo church In the absence of ih bride's pastor The ring henrer wns little Lucille Hunt, a nleco of the bride; who carried the rings on the two prongs of a wish bone wound nnd tied with white satin ribbons Miss Hunt was gowned In ft whlto silk nnd 'ace dress and carried a bunch of te roses. After the ceremony and con gratulations a dainty lunch was ser ved and tho newly wedded pnlr de parted nn a wedding trip amid show ers of confetti. Miss Hunt has boon for some time organist In the Congre gational church. Out of town guests present were: Mr. nnd Mrs. A. B. Hunt nnd family of West Lebanon. N .11., Mr and Mrs Frank Gregg of Mont peller. Mrs. George Albee of Rast Haj-d-wlck. Mrs. Olmsted of Morrlsvlllo and George Dlmlok of Boston. RANDOLPH. Mrs. J. P. Clevelnnel Is spending two weeks with her dnughter, Miss Ida Flint, In Boston. Miss Blanche Snrgent hns returned from a season's work In Saratoga, N. Y Miss Mary rjBols Is p.-ndlng a week In Amsden. Mrs R. O. Thurston has returned to Northfleld nfter a few days at (Tharles Thurston's. James Rand, a Norwich cadet, ppent Saturday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Rand Misses Mario Thayer nnd Jeanotte Benolt, guests of Miss WlnnlfrM Cl ndwlc',, loft SHturdn- - he forme-r for Waterbury, Conn., an tho latter for Clnromont, N H -Miss Mabel Hamilton, a teacher nt Montpeller Seminary, spont Sundny with her parents tho Rev. and Mrs. Hnmllton -R. W McAllister hns re turned from a few .'nys In flprlngflehl. The body of Harry Denny, who died In Northfleld Saturday after manv years of suffering from tuberculosis was brought hero Mondnv for Interment, the funeral lKing held In Northfleld. His dnughte-. Miss Rvelyn, a member of the senior class of this high school, Mr. and JJrs. George Prince and Miss Fannlo Prince were in Northtleld for the service. Prln. nnd Mrs. R. G. Ham wore sum moned to Parsonstleld, Me., Sunday by the sudden death of her mother -Iyosllo Rumrill underwent a ruccessfnl operation for np.H'ndlcltl.T Saturday at the sanltorlum. Mr. nnd Mrs. Loon Drew and dntiRhter. Marlon, have been In Woodstock the pat few days. During Mr. Ham's abaenco In Maine, Mr, Lewis, tho district supervisor of schools, Is not ing pilnclpal In the high school, In the Baptist Church vostrv Mon day evening tho Whatsoever Circle of the Baptist and Methodist Federated Church gavo a very pleasant recep tion, nbout 75 being present. N. I Boynton. Mr. nnd Mrs. M. M. Wilson and J. C. Sherburne went to Montpel ler Tuesday for tho opening of ho Legislature and supremo court. Mrs. II. D Banister visited her dnughter. Mrs. John Rogers, In Montpeller Tues d.o. - Charles M. Montgomery hns returned to Boston after two weeks with his mother, Mrs, Mnry Mont gomery. CHELSEA. Miss Anna Harvey, teacher In No. jr. Goodwin district, was taken sick last week and has given up her school. Mlsa Runlce Moulton hns been engaged to continue tho term through. Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Ilodgdon of Bnrre, nttended Tun brldgo fair, stopping over night wltn her father. A. W, Whitney. Mr. nnd Mrs. Alonzo II. Powers of Randolph, wero In town last week visiting nt Dr. and Mrs. M. H. Corwln's - SI sues Fran ces nnd Kllcn Andrus returned last week from n few days' visit with Mr nnd Mrs, Fred 11. Fulson of Wllllamstown Mr and Mrs. Krnnst A. Corwln returned last week Tuesday from Roston, where Mr, Corwln hns been to buy fall nnd winter goods. Ionard Bneon, who hns been visiting his brother at North Chnrles town, N, II., returneil homo Inst week. Ralph R. Lyon and Bessie Arbuckle, both of Chelson, wero married Sept V, nt the Congregntlonnl pnrsonnge, tho Rev. George K. Ijke otllclatlng Mr. nnd Mrs, A W. Wtiltncy. on Mmday attended the funeral of Oilman Osgood of Bast Randolph, who died of apoplexy on Saturday. Tho Rev. George M. Davis, of Barnard was In town last week visit ing his mother, Mrs, M, V. B. Davis. Ben A. Goodrich received second pre mium on hla stallion, Morrill Prince, at the Btate fair Jason M. Carpenttr and wife of Bl. Johnsbury, and Adelbert Car penter of Somervllle. Ma., were In town last week, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Theron O. Spear. Edwarel M. Co bum, has returned to hl work In Man chester, N H.-Mr. and Mr. F. M. Per kins left town last Saturday for a month's visit anvmg frlendr In Lowell, Boston nnd Gloucester. RANDOLPH CENTER. Mrs. D. Anson Partridge -went to Phil adelphia Monday, accompanied by A, C. (Continued on page 4.) t