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TUB BUitUyCtTON Fit Kit I'RIS: TlfURSDA Y , OCTOISF.H, 2f, 1JI08.
iONE CENT . ! a w n d n Mvjnltwti in this column one cf-u e. word, ar:i iiwtlor.. Copy nay lo oitfttiKi'd everr wetl:. Cash In tidvuiiro required. Nu advertisement taken wMch If. lrsd r.i-tti twelvo words, two ilnn.l. Special terms to iidvnrtluern uslnij from S50 tj 1,000 lines within twelvt consocuilri' Month. POINTERS. PWNFKS OF FAKMS who wish to hlro help or to aell a farm shiuld use tliis co'iimn, Nearly fi.OOO copies of this paper uro sold overs- Issue, nnd our nilvorllsemcnt wouM bo read by many porslblo buyers. Zi.wtf WANTED. WANTnD TO BUY A PA KM Hint will keep nt least twenty-five cows nnd team, wish one with .1 law sugar orchard some wood and timber. 11. V. Stanley, H. F. P.. No I, Ulchford, Vt. 2T,7,Ct.w.lt. BOOKKKKPITit AND CASIITRK In n prosperous country storo wanted. Ad dress r X., Freo Press office, giving salary expected. S.'S.12ti w.'.'t. FA KM WANT UP will buy with stock aid tools. Send full description nnd term; Fugen Chatisso, City. HM&w.tf. A LAPY Wt.SHnS POSITION as pom panlon, would travel, reference. Ad d'oss "Companion," Freo Pi ess. 1T.W21. OIP.L wnnted for general housework. OT College St.. Hurllngton. D.w.tf. TO RENT "::r. a. a. muad house. 339 Mapi u'reet, to rent, furnished for one ywr. ADJly F. Johonnott. 233,d&wtf FOR SALK. PIANO mahogany finished capo, in us.' hut six !nonths and In first-class .e. 'It'll' 1 acslre to dispose ot this r.r n ,(..,, t onco and will sell for K Greene street, liurllng top, "t Piano shown any oven liT af.'-r fj p m. C5S,eod,Ctw.U l'f.H SAT. IV - African white guinea, sreat In. rs Will destroy potato hues nnd keep 'viwlis away. One dollar each. P.i"'h & Sena, Hilton, Vt. i.wlt FTOC . D1SI- tHllll! Mnlr. mont rons film slock C F C O'- OPNKRAL MUUC'IIAN : FOR SALF,. Cash business es--hod eight enrs, located on Ft . in a hustling village In Ver Pofiilntton ebout 2,500. Stock it of dry goods, ladles' and ger.t's ihlngs, shoes and groceries, Clean and rent ir, reasonable. Address roe press Office ,9w.tf. NOTICE. v NOT'CF how little it costs to tell thousands of readers In many towns rf Vermont whit yr,,i lmvc to soil "r what y.vi wish to buy. dver H r the Free Press an' you will ret rnji'les ti your -idv, rtlsement 23,wtf OPPORTUNITY to huv ""Til thousand shares In Col rrartT !.'!1 Ml'ie, partly developed 'tlr'i f.ttire assured. Stock nnn-as sesnbl" Close rorporatlor. So'd only hi p'!v.it subscription A. nix 2 4 SB, Hostii"' Mass. 13, wit tf AF ,0 .1 -l fS 11 1'le-. it XI S?7 '0 .1. F iur lit 3. tie' housa and Ver.i. p'fiity .viod. f'l.'. water. ' '1 trid for I'ltr plr.r-. '1. , in. out wl It Mock aid tool-), p tity wiod an'l water. Price $4,000 REYNOLDS REAL ESTATE CO MAIN ST., OPl'OMTP. CITY H.U.U l'-ini. Stoves, 'i'iiulierlnnd fo unit Teoth Extracted Alsnln(ly Without I'alB. y.- :"ly oftlro In TSur'.lncton whcr von -'iri ;;t tefUi e-ctracted without iv t.irtl-Ie 3t nslr without tnkln km. f,'v .'hcd Is ufert t,y no other person. ','iln. no denser; 1 after ttfects. ni' 1.. II. IIAZKN, Olllpr IRS I'lnr tit, nurttnetn. t. OltliT liuura 16 to :i, 7 to 8 'fntMl,'Iop.It5 xotici:. f.-tntr nt llrhlret Mnli(iirr n, Iturllne- T!in l?nilers!sne(l. h.-v!'ic bren ap pMnleil hv tin- I 'inorub!,' Prohnte Court for the 1 j J 1 1-1 1 of Ciiti tendon, Commissioner' to icnlvo. cxninino, and adjust tho . inlins n.-l din,ir.di of nil persons npnlnit th" estato of lilldset Mulnueeii, la! of HurllnKton, In Huld Plstrlrt, deceased, and all clnlms exhibited In offsit thereto, hereby Klvc notice tli.it wo will meet for th' purp'M tiforisnlil. nt the office of tli Hurllnston Favlnirs liank in the city of Hiirliri'tun, in sjlit Dh. trlet, on tho 23rd rtayn of November and April, ntt, nt 19 o'clock . m.. ur.d that sU montha from tin 24th day of October, A U. 16C9, is th tlmo limited by said Court for paid credi tors to piesept t)iolr olulmt: to uh for ixamlimtion md allowance. Ualed fit Kurlliiitton, thli 24lh day of October A P, IfiOS iiK.vjt y oni:nNK. F le'UAM VS.trSl Coinrrilssloners. i:ommiskiom:iiis' noticr. 1tt of V.. .Martin .rimnrr,, iti- Icho, Tlin Unfliirslitned, havInK been ip polntod by tho Honorable, Probate Court for the Fdntilct of flhlttrndtu. Commlsslor.ei b, to receive, erninluo. nod idlust tho olulins and domandn of nil persons aRalnit tho esttto of F Mnrtln Narnmore, lato of Jericho, In (.aid district, dncemud, and al! c'a.mi exhibited In nrfet thereto, hureby ijlvo iiotlco that wo will meet fo- th pciriHise aforesnlij, nt thn law office of K Fi Wilbur. In tho town of Jericho. In suld district, en tho Jtst day of November and Apr',', next, at 10 o'clock a. in., and Hist sir months Uom the 12nd du of October, A. P, 01, l tha time iltnltod by laid Court for U cr.lltor to pint their olalmi to u fov mtnu tlon i.nd ! towaiu-r, patod at Jorlcho, Jiw ?.! dy of vlerr, A. D. I90l. 1. ir. WILHI.'K, HUKTON 0. HA'WL.UY. j.wS4 Commlsdonen. PADS TllEE I'HEbS BTATIONBllY tXOHB. HAPPENINGS IN VERMONT (Cnutlnuert from Plrnt Phrp.) v liwr rhe lins been two weeks pn C.iflst of tier dniiRhter, Mrs, W, Wllsoi.. the IV. LINCOLN. Pro IdliiK i;ldei' l)ow of ltutlund !pol;o to .. Unto coimrefiiitlon Kunday morn Int fuivlny nfleinoon 13 candidatrs were baptized by tho Kev. O. F. WelW about one mile south of the Center. A 1,'UKo n.imber of imople from out 1,1' town weio present to witness the coir motiy. Mrs. 11111 and son of Vlrlnln me vl.'tllliifr her father, Mr. York. He Slnnlns Htind.iy the clttirch sivtlces will b" In In III the Methodist Kplseopil clnivdi for the next six months. Mis. Cuir!" Cutter nf Sturkshuro visited nt Jo'i'ph li.'.in's Tursdny. Tho MInkcs Kato Kte.wait .mil IJmlitie Uutnns of Dilstol visited at Dr. Itussell's Momlny. BRIDPORT. J. Ulilhnp is inovln'; back to his old home --A m'ltl will bu held nt the vestry Noemher 0. -Mr. mid Mrs. Levi PldKcon observed their 2."itli nnnlveisiiry Uclober 1211. K Williams Ims retuin ed from ..shhy, , Mass. Mr. ami Mir. Oeor.te sluiw aie vIsltliiK nt honn Lake. A daUKl.ter wa.s bom October L'l to Mr. and Mr. Howard Allen. MIDDLEBURY. Willi. ii'i Snilt'i is tinder $100 bonds to nppear Monday, November 1', to answer n civil I'linrer involvlnK the alleged eon version t 1 hi- own use of property he lonslnc; t Charles 1'rown of Cornwall. Frown enih.tid Koine money fur Smith Saturday and went to llurllnqton. Do lil return l e o cahl tn have contended that the nmrnint due Smith wns 51.20. Smith ,llm'l a dollar more ami tnok Brown's irilp as Feeurlty. On rep-alnlmr possession ff his i;iip, llrown claims to havo found it deprived of some of Iti llnjulfled enntmts nnd Smith wa-s arrest ed. Chai lei Jnm-i of Cnrnwall pleade 1 guilty to a lli-"t offense of Intoxication before Justl-e Dickons Monday mornlnt; and was (Ind the usual amount and costs- He nrrnnKed to pay and was re leased -Tim ,-ittle shipment Monday consisted ' : tbrni' carloads. Henry War ner biouc'-t i:s r-'follnn launch from 1ake Pnni, ,re Monday and stored It f' r tho winter Ji.'iper CI. Pace has located In Hrlstol to practice law. Monday, mar ket dav, butter l.roiiKht Si'o 27 cents the pound and ecs At cents the dozen. Po tatoes were finely offered at in cents the bushel. Willi. mi W. Hopn of l'.rnnrton jiassed Sundiiv and a part of Monday i.Mth his wl:" itul children here. In the oas' f Charles Kron 11 against William I. . 1,1th, for the alleged run eislon by the latter of th" former's strip and contents, th' milter was settled hv Smith paying the costs already made, about 0 and withdrawn Foster dow er. Ooottfo. of Albany. N. that city Tuond.iv after the suit Wll' and his broth Y.. letuined to a two weeks' visit at W. D. Watson's In Fast Middle- bury. Isaac Shapiro and son have 11 tiirned after a three weeks' stay In New Yorl: city nnd lenity. Mrs. F. K. Ward has retlltned froin Dorset Mrs. Charles I. ltutton l visltlnir her father, K. c,. n:ly, in Urandon. -Mrs. Alfred F. Il'qlev has ;,'one to C.istleton after a brief Uslt with n-latl'-i-s here. James ,1. and living Jtoekwell of Gardner, Mass, aro the visitors in town. 3R00KSVILLK. There will bo a special .101 vice at the Church Hiunliy ovrnhiR. (Kt. 31. at 7:3". The Rev. Me 1,1 Clifford Smith, pastor at Leicester Coiners and Mlsi Hmma F. Guild of Old Orchaid. Me. a line soloist and musician, will be tho workers. EAST MIDDLEBURY. A chapel has bci n 1 pen"d near the. Methodist church for ri Melons services of an Interdeiioniln.ilio'i.ii character There will be a November 3rd Clifford Smith. Miss Fmma p service it 7 30. paster OulM To, Tl,! day e-iinlns;. llev Meda leester, and 1 1 Orchard, Ian, will be Me. the. .1 fine fololst and wot kers. SOUTH STARKSBORO. About twenty from hoi, .tt.ndcd tho baptism of the converts .it Lincoln Center Sunday Wilma Klch.ird r f Hines burRh, aged 11 years. 1ms . -mo ive with Mrs. Mary Youmr. Miss ('lain WrlRht and Frank Halloek ,Ir , went to thn Mary Fletcher I10pplt.1l Tuesday for operations for appendicitis. .V lo Wright accompnnled them.-Mr. ar.l Mit-. (.'has., AIrit of Moretown visited 1 i parents, Mr. and Mrs. James AUer last week. Chnuncoy i:ll!ott is better -Miss Kdlth Hurlburt woi bnptted ii. Lincoln Sun day. ADDISON. Tho Kev. I. II. liennmi 1 of VerRennes ""it; and even llev. II. II. Mitchell of pieuohi'd here Sunday too Iiir In exchani;e with -b Wlilte.-.Mr. and Mrs T St. Altians are Riiepts -it Jt.lluK Clark's. Mis. Ira llainblln of Cornwall was the Sliest oer Sunday of h.r sister, Mrs. i:il,i Smith. Saturday (. inhiR ipilto ,1 company gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ilcniy Palmer in the south part of the town to help them celebrate, the li'tll atltilvei.sar of theh ,n.i ri'liiRe. ll Vi-is soiiK-l hlllK of a "it prise to them as their chlldien had planned It. Kcfrch incuts were sened imd en,i, K iest was presented with a souenier niitoRrapii book. Quite a sum of money wan left Mr. and Ml" l'almai - Wor I Iks heon received of the hlrth uf a son to Mr. and Mrs. V., A. Killer of c(-!,ridRO October 84. .Mis. lilder was M.s., Mj,.y i:nuer r.f this to.n. Mr. 11 ml Mrs A. H. Crane have been enter'alnlm; Mr. and Mrs. O, II, Cioge of Waterl.urv, ConM. jir. and ajro. Ci. 0. Syeiuer ; a-.o tnovcfl back lo town -.11. e 1'. It bo'hil is Prid iy i evnlris.--.iari'nr i'eiiediet h:iK moved to the Fira .Smith pls,-e Mr. fiipir. who bu been on 'l.e MmPh firrn. !'is moved to Rriets'. WEST ADDISON. ilr. and Mf. Ward iUrrtfl of Smu tora. N. are vSalUns hl tathor. Henry i:oMausii).Yi:if' "(.He of t'blllniln 1,11 dint hr, ton, Hurlliitf- Tho Ki.doi ltrned, bavlnM heen ap ,nintort by the Moiioruble Piohato ijouit for tho District of Chittenden, Commissioner-), 10 leiolve, e.anilne, and adjust thu clulms and deniands of ull persona against this estate of Phlllndu Ie-itnothe, lot" of IPirllngton, In sld Plutrtct. ibviiMsnd. and all cliilnvi ejlilliltcd In offset thereto, hereby tlve notlco that we win moci for thi purposo nforoenld, ut the Of fice of Rllhu K. Taft, In the Court irouan, In tho olty of liurlliigtoii. In said district, on the UMh dav of Mnh. I i t 1" t'cio k a 10 and 'that all tiioittlu fiam the 23rd dav of October, A. n. l?o, Is iio time limited by said Court for said urodltor.i to present tholr clolrru! to mi fur exam ination and aJlowunce. Dated nt Durllngton. thli 23rd day of Octobtir, A. P, 130S. o. r. It AT, F.LM10H C. DAVIS.' it.wiii CaaunlAiiloaau, llntrls. Alvn and Mctlnn Carpenter Kpent Stmdn.v in llrhlpnrt - Mr nnd Mrs. Arthur Vnndeihoof of Korrh'tittruh ipent Sunday In town.- Chnrles Heed Is bulld I11K n leneinrtit lioune. P. J. Vnnderhoof of Hurllnston Is visllltiB his brothor, O. f . Vonderlioof, who is ciultc ill.- Mrs. tlrrcnwood Is pinch bettor, NORTH FERRIMBURGH. Miss Hoxy Chatnlilaln has (totio to Minnesota after about 11 year at Wilbur DiiU'h. Mrs. (lilhert Paitoti bus trim nod to nurlliiKtou. -Fred I.allam and Mrs. John Rerman havo cone to Cohoes, N. Y on account of tho seilous Illness of their mother, Mrs. Oliver Kim;, a former resident of this town. They woro ac companied by Miss Dolla. Uacon of Char-1 lotto. Thn funeral of the youngest foii of Mr .and Mrs. Peter Durham was held tit his home a few days atto, the Kev. I A. It. Potter ofriclatlni,'. Mis. Duihnm wis at once called to (irnnd IMo by tho Illness of her mother. Smith Uiflntn and Henrv Come of New Havy spent Sun day with his daunhter, Mrs. Fred I.a flmn. Mr. Fadden with nor datmhter nnd son-in-law of Hriindou are vIkIUmk Mrs In (Irnves. Mrs. S. Tl Martin has lelurneil from 11 short trip to Poston. Charlie Kim ami s ,n have returned after vlslllnu his (laughter In New York. Miss Susan Ilobart Is vlnlllnr! nt Cailos Mar tin's. 1VIONKTON RIDGF.. Mrr. Wnllio-e Halhorn nnd Utile damrh ter, C.ladys, and Mrs. VJvctctt llnthorn of New Haven were KiietJ of Mr. and Mis. Nathan Payse Sunday. In con neetlon with the rositlnr ptajer meeting, the pastor of the Friend's Church will bci;l:i 11 otlcs of weokly lllbl lect ires Tliui-sd-': ntjlit. .'TONKTON. Dr .and Mrr (!. P.. Thomas have re turned from a few davs In Itoston. Mrs. II. V. S(ars and son, Donald, or iVerrrennes were f;uests of Mrs. M. A. Collins Sattirdav - J. F. Collins was In A'ci-frotines Monda v.- -.Ml'i Virginia Collins was Hi Hurllnrt'on Saturday.- -Miss Anna M'lhitro has returned to 1 tu t In till. Mr. and Mis F. II. poan are visitors In Ilui'llnitlon Hurry Allen was In Vernennes Monday EAST MIDDLEBURY. Mrs. Fnos entertained the ladies of the Library society Wednesday after noon Horace Laquo was In Coshen Sat urday. A. A. Itoardmnii Is conlincil to the house as a result of Injuiles 10 cclved from a lull Thursd iy. Mrs. Wales and Mrs. F.lwln Sunnier of this town and Mis. Marcus Hoke:- of Snohomish, Wash., niu visltlni; In Wells. WHITING. Mr.. Frances Plerco lias roiio to Hart ford Conn., 10 visit friends. H. L P.oom er of Wlnsted, Conn., was In town Thurs day to attend the 2Mh weddlni: amilver- sary of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. C. ' Ke'.sev. Thad Ponton was In ltutlund Friday. Mrs. C. T Mason and dntiKhter, Mrs. J M. Stlckney, visited in UtiuiiIoii Frldav. Miss Kdnn I!aldwlu of liurllnu ton was the tjuest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. A. liiildwlu, over Sunday. HANCOCK. L. C. Clark of I'.ui'l.natou was the guest of A. 1. Miller last week. Harold Spen cer has Roue to New York to attrnd school. A daughter was hot 11 to Mr. and Mis. John Ahar Octobei 20. Mr.nnd Mrs. Henry Hoblnson are keeping house In J0I111 Itohsou's house In the village. C. F. Clallln. Mr. and Mr.. Oeorge ('. Koli blns and Charles Clafllu of Iicthel were the (fiiests of Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Clafiln and Mr. and Mrs. C It. Church Saturday and Sundiy. Fted Wheeler has moved his Roods Into tho house latelv vacated by Kdwnrd Mac.irthy and family. The youiiRcst son of Mr and Mrs. Walter Coinhs died icceiilly with cholera In fantum Mi. and Mrs. John Dutton and daiiRhter. Mr. and Mrs. V,'.iiren Jl, (ticRer and "on all from Fclhlehem, N. 11.. lslted Mr and Mrs. (Jeui'ge F.irr Hie lli-st of the wick. SALISBURY. Karl Ceii'hnm, eompar.Ied by hU brother. William Uorhani, and Noble Sanford of Mlddlehury and William Stod dard of Sallshuiy went to Ilorton Tues day in Ids automobile The liev. and Mrs. Sloeuni returned Saturday after a t lit ce weel,' vacation in New York. Mr. atul Mrs. L. C. Stowe of Mlddlehury spent .Sunday with their daughter. Mis. Frank La Fr mcls. The dance, at th"h town hall passed off very pleasantly Fri day evenlnrr. CALEDONIA COUNTY- WALDEN. Carl fiiimuer of Smith alden commit ted suicide Wednesday at 7:1" a. m., by shunting himself through the heart Willi a shot Kim loaded with small shot. Death was Instantaneous. No cause is known for the act. He was 21 years of aire and the son of fitly Cli'imger. tlo- Mdos a father and mother lie leaves bictliers and a sister. two CRITTENDEN COUNTY. JERICHO. Arthur II Packard, only son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Packard of this town, and C.rac" K. Loach of North ("nmbrldso weie united In marriage nt high noon October 21, at the homo of tho groom's parents In the presonoo of near relatives and a few liitimnto friends. Tho Kev. C. D. Atw.iod of the Congregational Church pirloimud the ceremony. Miss Freda Hitchcock of rlotcher was bildi s maid, while Ceorge F. K. Story of tho F. V. M. acted as best man. The bride was gowned In white louslne silk wllh ttlmmlligi of silk lliet nei, ami .ier ttavellng milt was blown with lint to match. The hildesmald woro pale vellov,' Ilk muslin. Following tho loiemony Mr. and Mrs. Ma. tin Packard gave an elaboiate dinner. Among the many pres ents was money. Mlver and linen. Mr. ami Mrs Packard are In the southern part of the State on their honeymoon They will be at homo nfter November 11, In thli town. The Kev. Fiedorlo Finersiui return ed Friday from ten (lays in tiosion. Mr. nnd Mrr. Mormon II. Pay havo re turned from North Sidney. Nova Sco tia, whero they spent a montn with her relatives, Dr. O. 11. Hulbnrd at tended tho convention of the State Medical society In Kutlnnd. Miss Klslo Jay was at homo from Kurlltig ton over Hiinday. Albert P. Kylngton and Stephen K. Curtis returned Friday from Hollows Fall, whoro they at tondod tho Statu fJuuday school con vention, I F- Wilbur hus moved Into his new law office near his residence. - Fdmiind Ladiiu Is innvlnv to Nahs vlllc, whero he Is to havo charge of 1, creamery. At tho annual mooting; of the Ladles' Aid socloty of tho Congro Rational Church, tho followlnjr offlrors woro elected President, Mrs. Whit comb; vico-presldcnt, Mrs. Atwood; secretary, Mrs, F, A, Pciclval; trees urcr, Mrs. Morso; dlreotors, Mrs, U F, Wilbur, Mi.. ( j;, ivrrlvnl, Mrs. llrown, Mts. F p, peri Ivnl. Tho re ports showed the coclety Iti .1 very prosperous otiillllrin, JITMS bolHK tho reiclpts for the punt year, ami It Is ex pected the debt on the rhurch parlnth Will ho catonlled durlnir the eomltif; yenr. Mrs. Albert Ilylnffton has re turned fnmi ltutlund whero she v 1 1 1 -rd her brother, Hnlph M. Church. Ml.s Nellie Field of HurllnRton Is lslt 111 relatives town. -Mr. and .Mrs. Arthur Packard leturned Saturday from their weddlm; trip. The P.ov. l'rcderlc Ihnerson exchanged Sunday with tho Kov. Oeort;e I!. Chambers of Westford. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. IV1clv.1l went to WfKl Itutlniid Tuesd.iv to ho present ,11 '10 wcdillnrf of tholr soi. Itfber, and Miss I Men WrlRiit last evenlmr. Mr. and Mrs, D. p. tinnd hove received word f,f thn birth of a il.nmhtcr to Jtr. and Mrs, Moitnn Whitney of Wltullinm, N. Y. Mrs. Whitney Is tholr daughter. Mrs. S. W. Palpe of SI. Albans was the 'Ruest over Sunday of her mother, Mrs. John Whltton. Mrs Norn Chesmore, who Is ehoi-Ked with obtalalnif itooda under false pretences while a resident of Iiorre. was taken to Kurllncton Saturday. Mrs. Julia Moullon went Monda v to Jonesvlllo for a few 1.i jj, nlld Mrs. Y. C,. Nav re turned Sattinlnv eveiilut; from Ponton nnd New Vmk Slate .Miss Clara Crow of Westford Is nt w. 11. Whllcomb's for a few monihs. Albert Oleason'R ' Is l.invlnt: to his father's place. Mr, and Mis i- riuxton and fam ily, who huvf l,een IlvliiR with her par rnis, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Foter. for several months, nie movlnt In Cam hrldRe where Mr, Ituxtou has employ ment. Mr. 1 nd Mrs H. I-"". Mnntasue are lsltlnR 11 lathes m Fletcher. ltalph I'rlirham siistnlned -i rlouoly sprained ankle while t play Saturday nt his home. Leslie Jones o' Hurllnnton Is at W. h. Itoberts's for a few months. -Mrs. Martha Pottee wnt .Momlay to Oieensboro to remain 'unetline with rel atives. Irene. youiiR, t (la.ijltrr of Mr. ami Mrs. Jnhn Cnrr..ll, Is fpilto 111. Finest Como returned Monday from .1 several days' visit with relatives In I'ol ( hosier. William Jord 111 has sold his fin m to a mm from Svantnn.- Mr. and S. P. Curtis are oc pylmj Miss Kmlly Howe's (ottano for the winter. COLCHUSTER. A nultn wedding, with only the Im mediate relitlve"? present, took pln-e Wednesday. October 11, at the home of tin groom's mother, Mi. Mnrj Mclntyre, near Mullettn bay, fil( bester, when her son George It. Mcli tvre of Cnlr-hester, and Mis Laura K. linker of 32 Pomeroy stieet, Huilltigtou, wire united In mar riage. Many pretty and useful presents wot; given to the bride, showing the esteem In width she Is held. A photo graph of Mr. nnd Mrs. Mclntyre was taken at the close of marriage ceremony nnd another ot tv,o whole wedding 1 jinrty. Tho tr 11 tiers of tho Fuion school -were pleasantly entertained nt the horn" cf Mis ir. Smith Wednesday evening. I'hester iiniton has old his farm nt iVhluser p,ilnt a-id has moved f his fal'ier-ln-law's. .Toslah Cerey.--Miss Dell Carpenter of Ver ireirns enrne Friday to visit her par ents, Mr. and Mis. I!. Ii. Carpenter, for .1 few days. Miss Gladys Smith went to West Milton Thursday to visit relatives. Allen Carpenter of Uurlington and his sister, Miss Delia Carpenter of VcTgen nes, who hove been visiting tholr par ents, returned Sunday. Mrs. Marlon Coley of Essex Junction Is tho guest ot Mrs. Lillian Bombard. The llev. Sidney Aldrlch of Windham proaehed In the Raptlst church Sunday morning and evening M. V Thompson, Mr. and Mr.s G N. Wilsrht ao-1 Mr. nnd Mrs. 11'. W. Wright have returned fiom Gettysburg, Pa. Jessde Carey of Kden Is visiting t datives here. -It. Manly, who was very ill Saturday. Is better. C. F. M.ad went to South liiirltrgtnn Sunday I to visit his sister. -J J. Jacob, who has here for several Ida homo In Drain- been station agent months, hat gone to tree. HUNTINGTON. Henry liolbrook has returned to C.-n-eord N. H . nfter a visit wlh his par ents. Mr i' it Mrs C Holhronk. Mi-is Vina llolbi'.ik has lecn at homo from Richmond, l'l with blood poisoning. Miss Kan Tliomps, 11 liu returned from West Lebanon. N 11. T ic next meeting of the Mlsslonnrv soclen will be held with Mrs Alsani Collins. Julius Drlnkwater has rented Ceorge Warren's house. Guy lilckfoid has rented his tenement to Fred Cain. W. S. Duiand has resigned his po.-ltlon in Vergennes and with his wife Is stop ping with his parents, Mr. and M'M. James Ptiiiind. P H- WJinlley lies taken a farm 111 lr.ne.slnu gh.-C. L. W man of Vergennes was h. town Sunday.- Mrs. Fanny Spugue has letu.ned from Hankrvllle after a several weeks' ab sence. Mrs F.. K Wymnn and children of St.irksboio ((pent Stutiday with Knt't leon Sayb'.s Tlv S. of V. and Ladlea' Auxiliary will give n dance nt their hall Frlda: evening. Mr. and Mis W W. I ligley and daii'ih ler of Kb .iiiiond visited A. II. Hig'"y find olhi'i 1 1 lends the last of the week. -Waiter Tuft mid i.iimly have moved into Mis. Jerusl.a Taft's house. Chi retn'o lilodgett Is vlslt'.'ig In llolton Seel.ll filends of Mr. ai.d Mis. Fred Hlgley gnthereil at their Lome Thursday even ing and gave th. in a surprise party. Fred and I'larome Andrews aie visiting In Fssev. RICHMOND. Miss Dil-y Gooililih returned Saturday from a year's stis In the Wiht.-F. 11, Sbepardsoii, Mrs. C H. Pino and Miss Carrie Hate have lol'irned fiom FoIIowm Falls, where thev were delegates to the Sundav rcliool St it'' convention. Mai till Plirtel was In Mo'.tpr Her H.itilld.iv. G, A. Cutting, vhti has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs It. : Jones for se.-eral days, has relurne to W nerbury. Miss Millie Morrlil spent Sundo' wltl1 ,u'1' parents In Witterbi r',.- Miss Mamie O'Kiion has ie turned from tiiallngton. Miss Sadlo Green, who has hem visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. A Green, returned Sat urday to Quebec- Frederick Sllepnrdi.011, who Is attending the F. V. M.. was at home over Sunday Mr- irs John Kemiedv visited In Hu-llngton Saturday. C. S French tpent Sunday nt Ids I nine In Northlleld, Mis Mary lluike w " bus been seri ously 111, i! coinnb"-' ent.-.lack Ileiry, who Is attending ijiblird Seminary has been nt home for sevenl d 15s. William Darker has roturmd to IMushurgh to reside.-Frod Defoi"'" IH occupv tho house vacated by Mr Hirker, The A. O, H. held 1 wblst pnny in Foresters' hall last evening -The annual fair of tlie sudor ! Ia.s wl'l be held nt Iho Klch mond high school hullillns Ft May after noon and e f,nintf - .Mrs- P. H. Sudarsky has retnni, 1 fi-oni dncrsla, wheto she has bee,, BllP, ,f hir parents, Mr. and Mi- 1; 1 ,,t,,., ' 1 fvcral days. A. lli'lbiwc'eii ,unty wl'l ky thn Young People's Cl.ilnilu" union ut tha tslrj of ti iinn, i - ill't Church Satur day ern'niT Pi' nr. I M,.3 ) ,1 S. ' ley and dauuh. tor have 1 "t'.riied fr ' I'tdvcrslty Place, Neh w'r. . .y liae oeeu the guests ot ilxu, Hecluy'a juotMr. tar. Uw oat torre months - Mr. anil Mrs L. S. lllc.li unison of St. Albans aro visiting at tho hflm; of Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Klchnrdson, -Mrs. W. O. Chambeilaln Is visit ing friends lu niirlltigton. M.'. Simmons Is at the Mary Fletcher hospital for treatment Mrs. William Towers, who has been the guest of iMr. and Mrs. P. Ij, Towers during the past summer, re turned Tuesday evening to her home III Chicago, Mrs. Towers, who has heen ser lously III for somo time, will remain with his parents for tho present. CHARLOTTE. Mr. nnd Mrs. William Fnrrcll of Pana ma visited In town Inst week. Mrs. My ron Williams Is seriously 111. A largo party from hero attended tho Woodmen's ball ut Rhelbiirno Friday evening. Miss CIcnevlevo Wlntcrbotham, who spent tho summer at her home hero, returned to Chicago Thursday evening. Tho Ladles' Aid will give a chicken plo supper nt the vestrv Friday evening. There fire several cases of mumps In town, Mr. nnd Mis. L. II. McNeil re turned from Massachusetts Tuesday. HINESP.URGH. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Marshal! .' Lincoln, Nob., Mrs. C. N. Mosclcy and Mrs. K. C. Mdes of Uurlington visited Mrs. Kcbccca Kay Saturday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hcrl Lovclnnd of Watetbury woro guests of Oeorgo lovelnnd over Sunday. James Power ot Uurlington was in town over Sunday. Georgo Skiff nnd family of Chnrlottn visited nt Ouy To- bey's Sunday. Miss Kthel Skiff has re turned from visiting In Thnmsonvllle, Conn., Mayunril, Mass , and Proctor. The Ladles' Aid of the Congregational Church will serve n hash supper at the town hall Saturday evening. K. N. Partrh Is 111 and has been eon- fined to the hnu-o for two werks. Wilma Keynolds has gone tn live with Mrs. Kobert Young In Starksboro.-F.levcn new members were received Into the Grajme nt tho Inst meeting. The outlet to Illne burgh pond hns benn lowered lo keep up tho supply of water for the mill' nnd trrent rcononn In the use of water l lining "xerclsed tn keep them 1 tinning. The Iidles' Aid of tho Coniregatlotinl Church will give a sociable and enter- trlnnient In the town 1 ill Falutday night -D K- Patilck and im have built six riles the posl summer. George H Knrrltt has th' roughly repaired I1I9 bouse tind built a now barn. Mrs. Mnry Pivls of Lincoln !s the r'st of Mrs. W. W. Ilo?t wick. Mr. and Mrs. Clarke pierce and daughter havo leturned to Fair Haven accompanied by his pnients, Mr. nnd Mrs. jj. W. Pierce, who will stay for an Indefinite tlmo with them. Mr. and Mrs U'lll'im Parker have moved to J S ftaiker's farm for the coming yrnr. Mr. and Mrs. J. I lint Iter go thin week to the Home for Destitute Chlldien In ltnrHiiK'on, where I ho has the pos.tlou f superintendent. I The preparatory lecture for the Con- Kivt,ntrnal 1 nun 11 win 11" i.miiieii 1111s evening nnd communion will he Novem !er i 1:. stead of November I - Mrs S't vas has returned ' Brooklyn. N. Y., after ,1 few weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Van Haagan A sociable and en tertainment will be "Iven nt 'ho town hall Saturdio evening l; the Ladles' Aid of the C'Migi egational Church. Sim per will bo served from fi'lo to tight o'clock. Mrs. Finnic Steele leturned to Chicago Wednesday ier spending two weeks here. MILTON. The Kov. M. II. Kyan oxchangcrt with tho Kev. Mr Hurlburt of Combrldgo Sunday. Miss Kate Asnloy has returned from n visit In Me.ifonl, iass N. H. Phelps and daughter, Kt'i. returned to Uielr home Ir. Port'and, Me, Saturday. Mrs. and Mrs James Case and two chll dl"ii of l'l ovldenee, It. I . are visiting her patents, Mr. and Mrs. h. I). Caswell. Jed C. Phelps spent Saturday nnd Sun diy ,n Monl'ielier. Hem v Keynolds i.f Somervllle, Mass , lias been spending a few davs with lib parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Jtiynolds WEST BOLTON. Mrs. P.. Uacon and Mrs .1. H. Smith aro visiting In F.den - Mrs. j; j. c.iegory of Iike Plucid.N. Y .Is IMting In town. Ml.'s Jieuuu II.ill is iiitendlng the Uur lington Dullness College -1'ied Sheridan, who Is woiklng In I luntliigton, is at home for a few davs Mis F. K. Davis leturned Monday from an extended visit In New H.11111 sidn -Mis Kv 1 Itejiiolds has returned from Katulolph. WESTFORD. October 20, Fran-Is It. Macomher and Il'inuali I. Ileach were married at th home of the bride's paients, Mr. and Mrs. John lieaeh of Westfoni luesday evening of last week friends of Mr. and Mis. Macomher gat noted .it their home lo celebrate th' tilth anniversary of their marriage. A poem written In honor of the event by Miss Anna Partildgn was read by the author, also several Mini's 'mill .Mr. Macomher' a comrades of the 1st Vermont cavalry. After refreshments wero served 11 few selections weie Miilg by the mciphei.i of the old choir of the Congiegiuional Church. Those preunt Horn out of town were Mr. and .Mrs. Fdgar Wilcox of Kakersfleld, Mr. and Mis. Janieii H. Maeoiubnr of Iturlliigtnn, Mr. and Mr.s F. II. Parl'T and MLsh r.cruli-e Parkei of F.snex Junetlon, Mr, and Mr. Pald llu'nus of Milton, anil Mr. and Mrr. c. w. P.h e of i.;.-si x. WINOOSKI. Julius Piovost died Timr.idav after noon about four o'cbn 1; after all llliu'sa of about two j ears with Fright's dise 30. Mr. Provost was bom In Canada ih "ears ago nnd had been a resident of this State for .'5 years. of which had I" en spout in Whinoshl. For IS ci'.r bo had been employed aa r. huiue.s milk r for Ferguson Ad.-lt of llui'lmgloii. Mr. Provost Is -irihid l 1 ttif" and hi 1 htldren; Mis. l-:n 1 Dames t,f Platts liurgb, N. Y. Mr- I'll K'rhy of llurllns ton. Mrs. Nelson Tu"ii"i' of .Milton, .Mrs. W. L. Doyd of Chattanooga, Tenn , Da vid Piovosi of Fr nki'n Fall--. N. II. Julius Pi 01 list or Wlhshoio, N v., Mrs. Charles Demnth, .Mi-. Genrg. lluhurd, Flunk, Albeit, Leon and Misses Kthel, Mabel, Lena. Peail and Mae, of this lage. Mrs. Narlen Hoy died eaih Saluiday muriiliiR m t i homo of her grandson, Mai ib Hoy, ( ii Wo.iw Mint ,.f allnienls Incident 10 old age. M --- l!oy was bom in ('mill l-i 17 ye.ua .i,:,i, and hid been a lcsldent of tho village to" 22 ears. She Is Mirvlved by two daughters, Mrs. Joseph Pariuclte of this village and Mrs Palet Cardie of Canada. The funeral was held at St. Francis Ntuicr Clu ieh Mon day morning at eight o'clock. William K. Chamberi ciulv Satuidav mnnilniT while crossing tho electric car tracks near his homo 011 Fust Spilng street caught Ills foot In the rail which prolecla above the 10,1,1 bed and was thrown he .vllv to tho ground and his right nun I rol.eii Just below tho shoulder, SI. Frauds A'avler Church was thn rceno of n very pretty wedding Mon day morning when Mrs. Itnsii La Paige of YorgeinioK became the hrldo of Il.ury J pesiuitels of this village. The ceremony was performed by tho Kev J. F. Audot In the presence ot" 11 large withering; The hrldo was be comingly attired In a traveling suit of brown ami was given In marriage by her brother-in-law, Clovlus Major, ivlillo tim utQQxa waa aUwidod by, bis father. Cnrlstophor Desailtels. Kollovv Ing tho ceremony n wedding brealtfnst was served nt the homo of tho groom's pun tils on Hlekok street whero a re- cepilnn was held during tho day nnd 1 evening. Tho hrldo was tho te- I clplent ot a largo number of beautiful prosentri. They left In tho evening for a short weddlntr tiln tn lloston and other points after which they will make their home In the village. Among those from out of town who attended the nuptials wero Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hendricks, Miss Louise Lnngnvln of Vergenties, and Mr. and Mrs. John Iteaiichamn of llitrllnglon. Tho brlflrV sister and husband, who was nlo married Monday In Vor- KontiflH, met Mr. and Mrs. Desatilels hi tho evening and tlm two young coup les Hlarted on their weddluK trip to other. Tho congregation nt the morning service of ihn Methodist Church wero much surprise, 1 ftundiiy when the llev. Dr. II. A Dm Too read his reslKnatlnn to become effective on or nbntit De cember 1 Dr. Dnrlee has received Ills appointment as general superinten dent nnd Hold recrotary ot the Ver mont Sunday School association to sin ((((, the i!v. M, Fuller of Httr lliifrtoii, ri signed. Chester II. Graves of this village and Mlsr. Josophlno Kolh of lloston, .Mass., were married at Holy Mother Church in Albany, N. Y Saturday. Mr. and Mis. Graves, who came to the gloom's home In this village for a brief stay, will start for San Francisco soon ntnl sail for Japan where Mr. Graves Is lo repiesint a machinery firm of Now York Tin- ll e-venr-old (luiigditor ot Mr. and Mis. Moses Copanlon d'ed Mon dav after a brief lllnss. The fim tial was held nt St. Finncls Xavler Chun h Wednesday afternoon. 'I he biard of civil authority has ap pointed tho following ballot clerks l' l- 1 he November -lei tlon: George T, ilia 's, f'bnrles II. Shlptnun, Harry W. Dloiidln ami George Shepard. Geoise Drsatitels nnd Miss Mary L. liiosseau were married nt St Francis Navlir Chinch Tuesday morning by the llev J. F. Audot. A wedding break fast was served at the home of the bible's parents on Malletts bay avenue, and a reieptlon was given In the even ing at the grooms' parents, Mr and Mrs. Joseph Desautels, on Weaver street. ESSEX CENTER. William Hales, who went to California for his health lat winter, leturned here Tuesday not niiieh Improved. Dennis Hums Is building an addition on his store. 2ix2il, and Is mnklng other re palrn. Amos Cockle, who has been on Thomas Parlzo's farm In Westford. will move to this plu" nnd has rented one of L J ltlxbv's iioiises The Kev. Mr. Shnrburne of ll , Vermont HIble so ciety will speak at the Methodist epls- I copal church Sunday W.i''ace Pates i accompanied his hioiher bet,, from Cal ifornia. IMward N.nlor l"ied In Cam bridge Sunday. Chester ('01 k, 1 has a position at Koillngton with Mr. Gove the florist. H. II. Haoktis has 'old his place to Mr. Knblilns of lloston who bought tho M. Lawrenco form. ESSEX JUNCTION. At the meeting of the new F-sex Junc tion band Friday evening the following ofllcers weie elected: President and business manager, F. M. Howard; trcas mer end secretary, E. L. Keith; leader, George Haines; assistant leader, '. L. Keith. The band now has 12 members. Miss Onio Goodrich, who has spent over a year with her brother at his ranch Spokane, Wash . leturned Friday night. She la , siting Mrs. It. A. Spear In Iiurllmrton until the m v.- house which her fntlier, Kugene Goodrb h. Is building on tie site of the old Kelley house at Wlnooskl P. 11k, Is completed. Charles Dague started Mondav for Monteiev. Cal . where 1 e lo to make hU home with his grandson. Ardde Dague. Mr. Dngue is sj 5 ears old and this 13 lis tllot trip out of the State SHELBURNZ. The football game Saturday between Hut Huston high seconds and Shelburni was a hard fought contest, Shelbiirne il Uurlington ooeonds fi, refereu. Lewis Van Vllet; timer, Perry Russell Mr. and Mrs Fugene Spnuhllng are the parents of a 1.011, 111 wood William Mr. nnd Mrs. Hat Lessor. Jr.. aio the parents of a daughter born Saturday. Dr. W. II. Knnks has gone to Hos ton for a shoit visit. VESTFORD. ' , Irving Cobb has been visiting his par ents for a few days. Mr. and Mrs Sher man Howard spent tho latter part of the week In Montpeller and Mr and Mrs. O. F. Macomher went to the capital Fil doy. The Fortnightly club v. ill meet today with Mrs. A. D. Partridge in stead of Miss Phila Hall. The lies'. Mr. Chambers went to Jericho Sunday to Intpect thn Young People's society In that place. The Kev M-. Fmersnn of Jericho preached in the Hap list Church hen II P. Learned has 11111V1 il Into moms bi Gem e Munson's house. The boanl of civil authority will hold a meeting Saturday atteroon to 'e vlse the check list for presidential elec tion. WILLISTON. nugone Hissonette, who has been visit ing relatives and friends here and In adj( Inlng towns, hns leturned to Charleston, S C -Miss Dnlsv noodrle., who Iiuk been a year ir. the West, his returned home Lei nnrd King Is veiy ill and they ftar appendicitis -Fire In the woods on the farms of Mr?. Mary Clark and J nines Keefo wan kepi well under control by hard wo-k and tlnn'lv the ralnr stopped It.-Mrs. Henry l,mt h seriously III with hoart trouble Mr Delmeter Is moving Into II. S. Johnson's tenement house It Is reported that Mrs. Morilll will move to Hurllngton with her mother, Mrs Drownell, for the winter. SOUTH BURLINGTON. Mrs. Dow Mutter, who Is ill with t phoi.l fiver. Is being caied for al .lie Marv Flrtcni r huspil.tl The little son of Ci) F(vg. wh.! h. s h .1! an ittack of German merles. Is Impioiiiu- M. and Mrs. W. H. Heath returned to Haidwlek Monday after three weeks with relatives In town. It. p Cockle hns taken Mrs. Kato PurcolPs farm In Shclburne and will take possesion nt oneii. EAST CHARLOTTE A meeting of the Woman's Missionary society will be held Wednesday afternoon at two o'clock at Hut Haptlst parsonage - W N. 'Powell and famllv left Wed nesday for their new home In Fltnore. Miss Marie Itussell letuined Saturday from a several din's absence In Lincoln. A. N. Klllbon has been 111 the past week. Mrs, J. K. Taggnrt went to Uur lington Sunday where bIib will spend some tlmo with her sons, r , and Kenneth Tiigsnrt -Tho Kev and Mrs, Davison and Leon Prlndlo leturned Sat urday from tho Sunday school conven tion at Hollows Fulls. The delogatcs will rive their reports next Sunday Tho temperance address of C J Fergu son of lhiillngtou Sunday morning at tho uajtlst church was most Intoicstlnj; and was listened to by an ntbttivo au diencti. UNDERHILL CENTER. A son was horn Monday to Mr and Mis. A. J. Pollard James Hhcohv ,aS leturned from a visit with his ran Krocklon, Muss, Thomas 11 Ulm l.ns rented his farm to F. c. tie 1 i.r i of New York and Is moving to i:jr' K ton. 11. H.lfow'Hrd has nun based n . aiitomebllc-J. U. Atehlnsoii wll: mi Novetnbf.f 1 to btu f,ill,e,-'.j f. A . l(s fiom the " Proctor sanatorliim at Pltlsfni'd, where Martini Ten III Is re ceiving ireniment. state that she I I n IIOVlllCT. ller,rne,,tn( It, a fl,.rrnf ... home over Sunday from Montpeller In the forest fires that was raging last week Thomas Magulre lost about JO coins 01 won entnlllllg a lous of I, 1. The blub wmd ,,f Sunday fanned iho Hies anew but t'.e nln of Mnndav rlc t ls thougbi to l,n.e . xilnguKh'Ml t',f 1 beyond miv fuitler iin. Mr. and Mi Arthur KniHett hive icti.rned from a 1 (lays' visit with Mis l:,rtleif.H parents ln Lynn, Mam He mud Hrevvln of Wnlthom. Mass 1 , 1 e(,n ,ere for a visit with his bf.tl er n-l iw, Francis Marlow Thomas I-iynn I ,j kI rm I fiom lloston, where be has .jeen employ ed tho past eoason. BOLTON. The much needed rain Monti r nlsht put out th" forest files w 1. i Wfie fnst becoming a menace to b i 1.1 eg Sidney Snbln. who has bi e i in M- t somery Center for two we.;;. ir. mi-I homo Monday. Israel jjlal i.a , 1 Into the C'ota boarding lX K Fare-worth bus moved into ir r 1 ( sons l"rement. Mr ami V l 1 Fktirv and Mr. and Mis H" ' 1 of Waterbury visited at W , !'- a Sunduy. WEST MILTON. Clark Mitchell has return it, -e fre 1 ew in uiiswtcH. James H r is n town for 1 few days - M Gcir a Patterson, wl o la- in en isiio cago and ! s Means,, Jowa ie j, home Seh!'I will close next w.rk I, day with exenises In tho veiling MILTON BORO. Two unsuccessful attem, t' we . to burn the iieamerv at I'mv trrs Sunday night - Mises I', , and Genie Wood returned 'in cursion to Hoston Sat iiil.ii M lei returned to Maiden. Mass , M act omru tiled by Ml?s lime 1 L.. u JERICHO CENTER. Fred Andrews nnd on'ie 1 , of Huntington 1 alb-d 0:1 'i.c -Tuesdav -Miss G, rti a le I. ,1 ad- e ex F j with her parents at L G '1 ilovve retui-ne.1 to P.urhnM ,m . re present it the opening " ' I coiii-t -Mr and M' W II L 1 fOII ft 11! IT', f i-nni M.i "I ' I day. S ,nie j . 1 , y, tlonally .-tart, il a "1 lei.t! : meadow Sunda . 1 done serious dar and -in rc-tie w'nr'.. W W Stiles o' Ing his parents vi u,i v; Stiles. Frank Rrovvi. f f ' - ' Huslness college and Ho'- v 1 F. V. M.. spent Sun'' 1 1 parents In town. Fdward I" ford has moved his fnnr'. Chapin's tenement The yr. ing r the high school will give a Li1 paity l'riday evening. UNTJERHII.L. Mr. and Mrs Arthur Knight are Ing Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Krig'-i ion 1 'lark of Hronkhne 1- . hioiher, Howard ('laik A '- i, 1 , tn Mr. and Mrs. Arthur P..','. 1 M Mrs. A. W IMwards his 1, 1 ituiiington, where be 1 is .1 -Miss Hazel Knight of ,1-.- C M S'nid iy with her piriir- W . dan hji so'd his faun to M i;.,, Swanton FRANKLIN COUNTY, SWANTON. In accordance with a statement in the Free Press of a new p'.w lc n. jiany to be located here announi 'in-'ii'-Is made of the incorpor.u p n neb ' the laws of Vermont of Ho- Fr h i I Ammunition company with the i,.1 lowing officers- President. A. H It,.1 lows; vice-president, 1". A. Ilvde. .-, oral manager, r. A. Hnlev. sect-f t , t ' and treasurer, W. C. P.ut terflebl : capltnlrj stock Is f20. 1 m'li -i. - Of JlOtf each. The Incorpor.u o-s A. P. Hellows. F. A Halsi - W "" Hutterlleld. F. A. Hvde of th'' and K. N. Thomas of N'augatu k i , '. The company will ma nuf.ict : 1 , -I munition of all kinds aid ipl,sv - It Is understood thai the 'nub.: ' for tho new plant will be local,, 1 1 t of the village near the cast siau- i HNOKtWrfGH The earliest of the Fnosbu--'. tlngcnt to Gott.i sbtirs to arr . ' ' wire J. C. Tow It.- an! n C K ' 1 Friday 111 'ruin-- "h r. st ,-. urday night, c L Mas.'n - 'h automobile wri.t to ("ti-ani.v Saturday with Mr anl Mrs ! ( Ki'uball ai.il ilingit.e- M. nnd 'wo sons, b m. ,' md Dr. who passed Sunda- "leVc M P I ley ietiir'ed fruo, Julinson Sa ri Fred Mnish ha- teen lvtarni, 1 tindlv shapi d face " scl l,v trvlng j t ide a hi, v -!e , 1 .'ina ! 1 1-1 P , 1 ailroad in 1 :i ' : Hunter nnd tw 1 Douglas v -rt 1 -da win 1 . tl.r v - Mr nnd Mi- V Hurllngton s.c " .' the supei In n 'it' Packing ' 1 "' Sunday in ' . -r.l -Mts v Ma'r -1 an t 1 ,1' .1 ST ir p.il.- y" w k, 1 ' 1 ! ,! ' v r n It II I irk r , f tile ,1 I' issed S mr I y s Mr i J. Abell and child w Ii.. have h. . n n Somervllle. Mass,, e r two week" re turned home Satur lay.- Mrs O' vo Paramolee. Mrs. IC. H. G' e lse ' nnd Miss Kdlth Pratt, who have been In Hoston for two weeks, 1. turned Sat urday. The fire In tho east part of the town was fanned Into llfo b- the siutl win 1 of Sunday and burned nil das ho fortunately with small damage il though contrary reports wero froelv c culated here. The Kev .-111 aw Shan s attending tho St. Albans di.uUl preacher's meeting in Georgia Mrs C K. Kidder of Fnst Fail field N a g iest her son, H. N. Kidder. Furl Newton Concord, N. II., where he .1 eiipli by tho New Kiiglnnd Telephone Co vlsltlne relatives In this tldHtv T' Rev W. T Fort-ytho was called s ., ham Monday to officiate ot a we t.dng C. F K.iwson Is passing the wer-fc 1 pndiate office In St. Albans The seventh annua! meeti-.g of Hebe kah district, No t, will beheld with ,ir inony Kebeknh lodge, No is. m t place Tuesday, November 5 The loiU will be npetiod by Harmon) Kc .ekah ar ' the. address of welcome will be (-Iven ti the noble grand, Miss Kttn Canning Tl a response will bo by Mrs Fleanor llol comb, noble grand of KivcisMe lodge. Continued oa Page 3.