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THE I3UKL1NGT0N Fit HE J'HESH AN'D T1A1ISS: Tlll-KSIMV, MAY 0, l'JUS.
4 HAPPENINGS IN VERMONT, (Continued from End 1'nge) John O'Donnell nf Burlington, Mrs. J. Ford, James Ford. F.llzabolh Finn nf Montpellor. Mrs. Charles Orandnold nnd daughter of St. Albans, Henry Clark of Rlchford, Kugono Horry of Mlddlebury, Stanley Horry of Frnnk ltn, Mass., Dr. ,1. C. Murphy of Shcl biirno, Mr, and Mrs. Thomas Horry of Milton, John Horry of llnrdwlek, Mrs. Jamos Atkins of joncsvlllo and Daniel Horry of Fltohburg. MILTON. Henry M. Reynold? of Somorvlllo, Mnss., Is lltlng his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. C. Reynolds. Miss llnrrlot Hon ors wns the guest of Miss Marffueilto Hartlolt In HurlltiRton over Sunday -The ni'ntinl mt ctlng of tho Congrogntlonnl so cloty will lo hold Thursday evening, Mny 13 nt 7:"0 p. m. I'Vanl; Grow foil Monday from a barn bolr.tr tHmlrwl in Mr. Hlynn's place and Injuiod II back -Mls Mary Allon returned to John-son Monday whoro sho Is attending the normal school. A very profitable convention of tho Christian HniKavor nolrtlos of Chitten den county was hold in tho Congrega tional rhuroh horn Tuesda. Tin? moot ing oponed at 11:30 a. in., -with devotion il exercises conducted by tho Rev. I). 1'. Treat. In tho afternoon Picsldent II. II. Crawford lK-cslded and the first speaker was tho Rev 1. I!. Mortis of Hcnhlr.r ton and tho socond the lieu 12. O. Guthrie of Burlington. A Junior hour was presided over bv Ml" Grace Young of Fair Haven followed bv reports of Jltnlo- societies. Tho Hov. C. C. Adams of Essex Junction spoke and a (luosllnti box wns conducted by the Rev. 10. K. JXorrlck. At the evening scMon, reports of tho committee on resolutions wore heard nnd a standing vote was given Mies Young nnd Mr. Morris ns an ex pression of tbo nppioclation of tho'r presence and hclpfulnes. Tho nominat ing committee presented tho following list of ofllccrs who were nftorwnid olrct od: President. II. II. Oawfonl, South Hero; vice-president, O. X. Wood, Mil ton: secretary and tteasurcr, Mrs. l'ul lot, Rlchtmnd: uperlntondont of mis sions, tho Rev. K. P. Treat, Richmond; .lunlor superintendent. Miss Barbara C'r.rk. Wlllton. Westfotd receive. 1 the banner. The pilnelpal address of the evening was by the Rev. F. 1!. Morris of Pennington on "The Consecration Ade tiunto to the Task." There -were .1. le gates present from Richmond. South Jlero. W'llllston, Charlotte. Rko;; ,T iiv tlen West foid, Colchester and tho Rrv. Mr Chambeis of Wotfi . d uis a fr -tetnal delegate from the Paptlst Voung People's union.- Jennie I'.mper was taken to th reform school nt Yorgctines Tues tav by William Prentiss, overcer of tho r-oor Mrs. H. II. Mnrtln s,.ont Wodnos dry In F.sscx Center.- Henry P, Wells bar traded bis place in the village for a farm In Randolph. ' HUNTINGTON. The annual mooting of the r,-mnrrs' club was held at the residence of A. 'J'. Sherman Friday and nflloors were fleeted for the ensuing .lent- as follows: Presi dent, A. T, Sherman; vice-president, W. R. Smith; societary. "l.-s. Marie L. Smith; treasurer, W. H. Smith; agent, c. ,t. Smith; finance committee. K. S. Hollls, O. S. Kenyon and (i. W. Smith. The next meeting will bo held the last Fri day In June. Camp. No. v Si ns rf Veterans, will meet Saturday evening to arrange for Memorial rtnv The n eotini; of the Sons of Vofra:--' Auxiliary will be hold nt the same line-. The func-al of Mr:-. F.dvard Payee, w'm died at J. C Hcnv.n's Wodnerdry, wns held at the chur- h S.-.turdav after noonMrs. P. A. Got ton Is in po -r health Glad Jnhnon returned to l:i,i-j llngtnn Monday to resumo her s hool work Mlrr Dntothv Tbompson of Hi,--- li '--ton Ik a guest of Jul:.! Mori 111 II... , Hodge. and niece. Mrs SaIe of R b-. mond lslteil nt I. II. Mmilli Sunday. I Mrs. F. . Falby has bcrn HI t ' -. - pa.nl Kppk J. O. Vounrr Jsltod ids ramll In Tuxbury over Sunday.-(lerald I'hll'ips and family nf Mm!:ton lsite(l l.i r i i parents Sunday. Mr. nnd Mi. Hill iflwi Milton are lsitinB their dnuKhtcr, Mr ! I.i J N. Kills. I M HUNTINGTON CENTER j Dr. Splller, optician, will be at Cilb-r ! Hotel May 13, at Jerome Carpenter's MavlS. 11. Mrs. Casnndrla 1C1I'.- hns returned nfter mending tho v.-Inte-' with her daughter In Mas.Kacliusett., New Jersey and New ork Mrs. M. K. Hrowtor aceomiianh'd l.rr motlifr In her bore In Cat'-hrldce 'or a brief visit. --.Mr. and Mi, rhule. Lovely are vlf-ltlm? !'.' r ;ia:onts. Mr. irid Clrs. I.uclu Hr.ldwhi.-Mi . and Mrs. P. V Hrewster attended tho funeral of ?.li Samuel T.ut at West Topsh.nn Fatiirdny. EAST CHARLOTTE The Rev. G. H. Watt, colporteur for t ie Paptist State loinontlon. preacln d it the Raptlst Chuiih Sundav nioroi.'.j nnd o eiuiu.-. Tho . C. 'J'. I'. ii'eelln was held with Mrs. Robert W. Jbin Wednesday afternoon. -Joseph Mulr ban p'ovrd his family to the Catholic rociorv ll!ch they will care for with the ('lunch of Our Lady of Mount Cariuel and tho Siouilds ndJoinliiK. W. W. Do aniels 1 as sold his blacksniitb shop a id tools to I,oul., Poland. It "A Subscriber," who sent tho Pice Press an Item of Hast Chni lotto news Saturday, will al.n tur-lilf-1 1 his or her nanin as an evidence uf cnod faith, tho Item will lie printed. Ralph ClaTke, who has been visiting f-!cnds in Wuterbury nnd in Stowe ic tarred homo Monday. Mrs. Ucorso Ha ccn returned Saturday fiom the Mary Fecher b.ospltnl where Hie hns been rrcrlvins treatment. Mrs. Darwin Fuote Is slowly TeeovcrlnK from an attack of iippendlcltls.-Mrs. Phoebe Run, who has leen 111, Is lecoverhur. K. H. Converse teli.rned Monday from IturlhiBton where ! o has been tbo past two month, at (epdlnK county court Bernard Hissette Is conllned to the house by nn abscess on his left band. Mrs. Gaylnrd Rnldwln of Mor.kton, with lier Infant daughter, Is spendhiBf tho week with her parents, Mr. and .Mrs. C. W Pilndle. -Mrs. Carrie (. Prlndlo hns Rone to Milton to attend the Christian Kndeuvnr convention ns a delegate. Mlri Genevieve Horsfnrd has Kono to North field to attend tho funeral nf .M's Smith, mother of M. I). Smith of Noithtlold. Edwln Prlndlo had one nrm broken by a bit of flylnK board while wntkluB hi hl saw mill nt Hlnosbnrnh hollow. JERICHO CENTER. The students of the hlKh school are tn hold a sociable nnd debate F-nlm rvenlnjr nt tho school hall. Refres'i ments will bo served. Miss Knima 1. Church suffered n shock Sunday night nnd Is In a serious condition. Ilei left side Is pnrnlyzod. Miss Kmmn Blckncll, wjio has been In California the pant throe years, Is expected home Friday. Mrs. Frank M. Hosklns. who has been qullo slek tho pnst few weeks, Is much bettor. Mrs. Jlnit at tended the library inretlnir In Swan ton Thursdny- CHARLOTTE. News hns boon received hero of tho marrliiRr of Harold Heers, a former lesldent and son of K. H. Heer's to Miss Until nifi t of Silver l.ako, New Mex ico. Mrs. John Ramsey of St. I.otils Is spending u short tltuo nt her summer home here. -Mr. nnd Mrs, W. M, Spear are the parents nf a son horn Monday. Tho hndloV Aid will meet Willi Miss J'oarl Cook Wednesday afternoon. Cal- !n and Henry Root have returned from ( ellfornla -where they spent tho winter a .in have opened their houso hero. Miss 1 iota Williams ban returned to her home after spetidlnK the -winter In Connecticut i nu New York.--Miss Fannin McNeil of tjhetbmno srent Saturday In town. JSRICHO. Tl-.o condition nf Jnsoph Ynndow, who In ill of heart double, remains unoIiniiKoit. Mrs. Carrie Jackson of rnderhlll Is with Mrs, H. V. Monta ruo for a week. Miss Knuna Church was tain n suddenly 111 Monday and hrr condition Tuesday wns crltlenl, with littlo hope of Improvement Mru. Harriot Konnoy, who has boon III, Is (mining-. Miss HIauoho AYiider Ik biln- trouble with her right hnnd In which fho recently broke a ncedl. --Mrs i J. I-wtey In In M:ontpeller and P. lrltlni; relatives. Isaac Chase i f St. Albans Is In town. Miss tlerth i C.chano has finished work for Mr II. T. fbaso nnd has been vlslt iiiu lwr !l-tir. rrs. Hort Fuller. In Willlstivi -.Mrs. J. It. Safford, Sr., U mor lfortable. The Ladles' Aid society will tjlvo an enterlnlnment In soho-d hall Friday ovenln7, consist ing of piny-, pantnnilnos and music. Rofr slim ot will be sorcd after the oiitert.iii'tncnt. Warren I Day, who has lc.n ih-eatened with pneumonia, is abb- I . i . out. UNDERHILL. Morris Moi.:, an aj,-d veteran, died at his homo .Monday mornliu;. Funeral ser lns w .1 he held nt his late residence Wednr-d.iv arternoon. 1 H. llostwick PfLt. of which he wns a member -will con duct service a tbo crave. Dr. A. F. Ilutdl'd; nnd Mrs. SchlvelK were In Hur llnRton MoicI.m Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Steon of lse J-ji:ctlon Were beie to .ittoi.d me funeral of Mrs. I.ona Ncvlns. j-Mrs. Hoyt Kinney is ill with the I iiiim,u -.uirs i-uiin .m, liaicn, repre- somniK tho State Sunday association, held sen Iota In the Methodist Church Sunday forenoon nnd In the Conjrrena , tlonnl Church In the evonlni,-. Tho Rev. C. H A'wood Ir spcndhiK his two wceh.s' icatlnn In Ho-tcn with his brother. Miss Marjory Haydcn of tho H. II. S. Is vlsitlnc her parents. BOLTON. Tho funeral of Hyron Morse was held at hi burl.. I Stncltv Im; to S"u ,r I. ile heme Friday afternoon with In the i'I,iko cemetery. Norman ell I. is robl bis farm nnd Is mov Wnti iburv. Mr. and Mrs. I,ouls '-tMl his brother's family In Wi.mn Mondav F. Siihlns. who ;-i in for p. ai 1y and Tuesday. Mrs. C. has Ven ill with the two weeks. Is iralnlnii slowly. M-. Margaret Carvon Is teach ing In district No. 7 and Miss Canerdy of Hi. hmot-il in ?s'o. .". Patrick McCabe and tv. i Utile daughters of North Ferrls bui,ib weie In town Sunday and Monday. ESSEX CENTER. 12. I'. Garvin has accepted a position nt Montreal, P. y.. at tho customs hotifc. Mrs. W. Mcintosh and Mr.. U H. Abatt of Boston were called here by the d'vih of their father, Joshua UTiltcomb. Otlurs who camo wore Mr. nnd Mrs. Rurrir of Roetnn. V. H. Hall and Mr. HiiUh of Hurllnaten Mrs. W. Chase of Moietown is visiting here. 3HELBURNE. t tl.o anirial niootini; of Champlaln apter. No. o. n. s.. Friday evenlii',', 'oIIowi.ik olhVeis were elected nnd lalled: Mation, Mr:'. IMna S. Reach; il o-t. Dr. V. H. H Vnrnev; n, -it on. Mr .Inn" S. Ho'-s-it rv, Mr. Maithn A. Stod- .il' i-i.id. d: tie .-ir-'-r, Mr.. Mary M. Devi-tt: I i . luctoi, Mr:-. A-;n V. Hylnjrton; as I oficf eoi.ductor. Mis. Kntherlne J. ' Martin: r.i; -l.nl. Mrs. Autnista C. Var- v: chaplain, Mis. Knilly I, Hlair; nlor, . Miss ilinco Jackman; sentinel, .J.ih W. 1 larli.iess; Adsh, Mis. Mny i.-ctt; Ruth, Miss Claire J. Beach; li.rr. Miss chailutto Mneck: Martha, -. lyottic M. 11111: niecta, Miss Hmma avenwortb; orjranist, Mrs. Josephine .iot. .. The officers were Installed Gland P.itron Dr. F. R. Stoddard. sf'it.il by .Mrs. Anna It. Iilh as grind jiishn'. Tim King's Diucht-is will ' . with Mis. George Kinney Friday ticni'ion nt two o'clock. FRANKLIN COUNTY. T,T. ALBANS. I ho ,st. Albans Choinl union Is mak- ln- gn-ut preparations for th hiinu.il May festival Tuesday thlrd nnd W'edi. esduj , May IS and 19. At the llnal concert, the Choral union will .-invt .Mi-nib it shon's "Khjali," assisted by snli.is-t. and orchestra. Porter Smith of Chicago, the prln i ipal of tho tragedy Thursday at Nortl.anipton, Mass., was well known among tho younser social net In this eit; where he was a freciuent visitor tlv pa.', threo years. '. Ic annual meeting nf the Autonoe ii' i was held Saturday evening and tho f Hotting oIII'cerH wero elected: Presl- I dim. Mrs. VA, .rd C. Smith; lce-piesl-di nt. .Mr:'. Fdwnrd A. Ch'tlonden; ic co,d!ir secretary, Mis. Frank Walwo,th fiii'lli; corresponding tecretaiy, Mls Ahc R. 'bandler: treasuter, Mrs. John (obson. fln.iiKo committee, Mi-... John P'Miieb; progiam committee. Miss Iiura H. Cl.iik: house committee, Mis Myron N. Hue!;; entertainment, Mrs. Prank W. I I'lidtt, Word was received Sunday of the dfiith of Mrs. Hollna S uile which oc-ccii-id at the home of her son. S. Allen S"Ulo In Fairfield, Saturday evening at fie o'clock. Mrs. Smile Milferc.l a shock of paialysls about a week ago but her lona'tlon was not considered ciltlctil bid'1. Snt'irdav morning. Tho funeral wa In Id at tho house Monday afternoon at two o'clock. 'lie annual mcetlnrr of si. I.uke'ti parish was held Monday evening when the following weio elected vcitrymon: Henry G. Morton, John C. Stianhnn, S. Gruy, Otis N. Kelton, M. S. llostwick, I". V. Hyde, C. S. Forbes, A, C, Shu felt and G. P. Derlok. Tho rector ap pointed II, G. 'Morton, senior warden, and the vcstiy elected J. C. Strnnahan, Junior warden; Stanley Gray, secre tary; Uioiiro P. Deride, treasurer. Tho lollowltiK delegates and alter nates were elicted to the .nnnual dlo irrnn convention which will ho hold In this dty Juno 10. nt St. Luke's Church: lielegntos, O, N. Kelton, M. S. Host whk. C, S. l-'orhes, J, F. Locke; nlter natis: Dr. II. M. Hallock, F. W. Hyde, . If. Buck nnd Dr. W. IJ, Arnold. It Is oxpeotod that by next Sunday there will bo now regulations In forco In rcgnrd tn tho Btores which have rr.nio n prartlcn of keeping open on "cidnvs. State's Attorney Johnson belie.-es thai the matter should bo In- vestlfcnted nnd an ORrncmcnt ronchod betvecn store keepers for uniform hours, whereby thoso who wish to open en n do so for say nn hour nnd a rtalf, but no longer. All of the mer chants who Iihvo been soon on tho matter, nro agreeable nnd thu new nr lnnKemetil will ko Into force next Snndny. Orders hnvo also (jono out for tho strict enforcement of the city ordinances providing for the closltiK of nil howlln nlleys nnd pool rooms nt eleven o'clock nt nlnht, and the ex clusion from these resorts of boys un der 21 years of uro. W. II, Vorce, formerly manaRer of thfi Vermont Power & MantifacturlnB Co. and ono of the receivers of tho St. Albans Street railway, hns returned to tho city to reside nnd with his family will oc cupy Ids residence nu I Huh street. I! Is understood that Mr. Vorco will resumn his former duties u.bout May 15. Uout. A. Allen Goodspecd, 3d cavalry, T 8. A., who hns been on le.k leave at Fort Hallard, New Mexico, for several months, Una been irrnnttd nn additional four months from May K, which ho will rsss here. He much Improved In health. The death of John Billings Wiley oc curred at his home on Bishop street at three o'clock Tuesday afternoon of Hrlfiht's disease, after nn lllneis of seven years. Mr. Wiley was the son of Phi lander and Lucy (BpnuldliiK) Wiley, and was born In Roxbury CS years aso. Ho leaves a wife and two sons. Mark Hruco Wiley of New York nnd Fred P. Wiley of this city. Ho is also survived by two "T3"? S "":-f Wiley of Northfleld. Mr. Wiley had been a iiillrond man all hi llfo and for many years wns tho faithful secretary o" the local Order of Hallway Conductors. Dcon lllbbnrd of Georgia was Tuesday arraigned beforo Judge Post In city court, charged with defrauding Victor Cohen out of $2i.7E. Cohen claims that Hlbbatd came to his store, made a 25-cent pur chase and tendered a Franklin County Creamery company check In payment. The check It nppoars was for .77 cenls only, but Cohen being Illiterate thon-.li'. It S7 dollars and claims he gave HIbb:ud iZC.'C In change. Hlbbard claimed that he asked Cohen to cash a small check and that Cohen off ere u him all the money he had on his person nnd In the till for It, and that such a bargain was made tl-.o amount paid being JS.CO. When Cohen went to the bank nnd found tho check only good for 27 cents, ho tried to get Hlbbard to make good the difference but he refused and the arrest followed. Hlb bard ivas placed under f,V bonds for ap pearance at the September term of court. There was- n hearing Tuesday heforc Referee H. C. ltoyco In the bankruptcy case of J. A. Farrlngton, when the proposition to compromise tho con troversy with I. J. Morton, over fund In the hands of Sheriff Holme. from the proceeds of tho sale of the St. Albans Shoo company was considered. It appear ed thnt Morton claimed $S29.S7 but he agreed to tako $340 and this was accepted by the creditors and approved by the court. C. If. Hooth, who has been a con ductor on the Centrnl Vermont, has resigned nnd left Tuesday for San Jose, Costa RIcn, whore ho has a position with the Northern Railway of Costa Rica. Col. Elijah W. Halford has returned home from an extended lecture tour through the South nnd West. Col. Halford Is Just recovering from a serious Illness In New York on his way homo. The Franklin County Medical so ciety will hold Its annual meeting In this city Wednesday, May 20. The feature of tho mooting will bo the presence of Dr. A. D. Blackader of Montreal, professor of therapeutic nnd diseases of children at McGIll Fnlverslty. The program will Inc'udo tho nnnual address of the president by Dr. A. U Crofcs of Swanton nnd n biographical sketch of the late Dr. J. II. Hamilton of Rlchford, by Dr. W. W. Hutchinson of Briosburgh Falls. FAIRFAX. Sidney Bnseomb died Thursday night from the effect of a paralytic shock Tuesday morning. Mr. Bascomb had re turned from the creamery in his usual health and had th hotso nearly off tho wagon when he fell under his heels and the wagon ran over his legs. Ho was con scious for about 4$ hours and then be came unconscious and remained so till his death. He wns ono of tho olden members of Lamoille Ixidge. r. A M He wns r.2 years old nnd leaves a wire, two sons, George of Fairfax and Perlev of Fair Haven, and ono daughter, Miss Aria Hapcomb, of Fairfax. The funeral waa held at tho house Sunday after noon at two o'clock. The Rev. George W. Burke of the Methodist Churcli and the Rev. Mr, Van Scholt of tho Baptist Churcli officiated. Tho burial was at tho Sanderson cemetory.Mrs. Lillian Bellows left April 2S for Woodstook, whore she has a position for the summer. Road Commissioner C. D. Orton has a. large gang of men und teams repairing the roads In the village. Tho funeral of Sidney Bascomb wa I&rKely attended Sunday afternoon at his late home. The Rev. G. W. Burke officiated. The bearers were his two sons, George and Perley Bascomb, David Holmes and II. O. Wllklns. The Metho d'st choir sang two selections. The bur ial was at the Sa.nderson cemetery. Tho Masons of Lamoille Lodge attended the funeral In a body. Warren Beardslry c.nn Douglns Buck nTe confined to their homes by Illness. Mrs. A, B. Bcoman teturned Monday from Burlington Mrs. William Wright of Montgomeiy Is the zuest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Orton. WEST BERKSHIRE. Deputy Collector O. W. Webster, who hns been promoted and transferred to Noynn Junction, Que., hns assumed his duties. No appointment to 1111 tho va cancy has yet ben mndo, and Deputy Collector A. J. Elliott of Rlchford Is on duty horn ut present. Mrs. J. C. Ford of West r.nosburgh Is visiting her moth er, Mrs. Blnlr, and later expects to Join her hushnnd In Montreal, where ho has a position as inspector In tho United States customs service, Tba creamery, recently purchased by Harmon Hull, opened Monday. The Woman's Homo Missionary society will meet with Mrs. n. M, Kimball Thursday afternoon. Miss Gladys Dia mond was at homo from "Montgomery for over Sunday, Mrs. Blckford Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. A, C, Derby, MONTGOMERY. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Doylo of Law rence, Mnss., visited In town over Sun day on their way homo from Califor nia and Mexico, where they have travel ed for four months, The county con vention of the W. C. T. U will be held hore In the Methodist Church May 19 and 0. Mr. and Mrs. Priest La Plure of Minneapolis, Minn., are visiting at II, J. Lumbrn'g. Mrs. C. L. Hutehlus is spending the week In Troy, Miss Clara Wheeler returned from Hardwlck last week, where she has been visiting since the Methodist conference -Leon La Fountain of New York Slato, Is spending a few day. with his pnreti' EN0SBURGH 7ALLU. Surpcnsc over the finding 0f tho bodlen of Olln 1). Samson nnd Fred Lake, drowned nt HleliKUto Springs April 1!7, was relieved Friday morning by n ines saso nnnouneltiK their recovery. It Is reported that their boat, which was u steel one, spranc a leak nnd that Sam son, who was a powerful swimmer was stilpped nnd whn found wns In the om braca of his companion. Tho body of Mr. Snmson was brought hero Friday afternoon. April weather at this station was 2,-, decrees colder thnn the the avorafje and there was 1.0" Inches more moisture fell than tho nvernRo April. Tho mean tem perature wns 40.2 with a maximum of 72 the fith nnd n minimum of is the 2nd. Total ralnfal was 3.81) Inehes durlni? U days. Greatest amount In 24 hours wns 0.9 Inches the Hth. Thunderstorms came tbo 19th nnd sleet tho 14 and 30; nuroras the 21th and ,10th. Tho month was composed of C clear, r partly cloudy nnd 19 cloudy days. Mrs. Klvlra Perkins ' suffered u sllRht shock Friday mornlnit. I The funeral of O. I). Samron, who was drowned nt HltrhRato Hjulncs Tuesday, was held at the Free Haptlst church Sunday nftcmoon nt two o'clock, the Rev. H. F. Jefferson of Potrdam officiat ing assisted by the pastor, the Rev. A. P. Davis. Mislc wns rendered by the hurch choir. The boiirers wero II. 1). Smith, Victor Hurt, F. A. Diced and K. 8. Senrls. The burial was In Mlsslsquol I CP",e,cr.v whore the exorcises were In i c.hre " '-'""''j; I'"co No- '"'n-e, master. To niom- t t .i.- i . iSiyMr. Hnmion w- a "a'dunte of of Albany Business College. His mother died when he was filing and ho was adopted by the Hon. A. W. Woodwnrth. He Is survived by his wife, Roitha (Stevens) Samson and n young son, L-iu-rcl. His father, A . W. Samson lives In Portland, Ore. and a brother, II. D., In Ohio. Among thoso In attendance from out fif town were George K. Steb blns, W. It. Dunten nnd John Duntcn of Sheldon. G. C. Jolly. II. A. Austin, J. C. Weld nnd J. 1-1. Wold o' Berkshire. Tho body of NoNon Lake, who war. drowned nt tho same time as O. D. Sam son was taken from Gibson's undertak ing rooms hero Satutdny to Sheldon where the funeral was held Sunday morning. V.. W. Foster of Swanton was In town Monday. A svstem of w.iter works for sanitary uses is being Installed nt Rlvorrlde ramp under direction of J. C. Towle which was made possible by a gift from the Hon. Olln Morrill. At the annual meeting of the Knos bursh Falls corporation Tuesday even ing V. A. Irlrh was elected moderator; J. A. Harvey, clerk; J. C. Towle. M. C. Cramton, Jamci Duffy, trustees; C. L. ovltt, treasurer; Fay H. Ovltt, C. L. .ia.-on. ). I. Draper water nnd light town. II. G. Plnco of St. Alhans was commlsioneis, H. T. Reed, chief engln-1 in town Tuesday. G. I. Stlmets ha eer with powe, to chooie two nssMents , been confined to the house the pat who with the ch'ef shall bo fire war- 1 ,en days by the t'Hp.-Hornee Cro.-. dens; L. J. Parmeleo, J B. Kimball. C. move(1 t0 ywlUlton, wh,.rp ha, Lr Z I T V, "' nutomoblie hu,lne... appropriate JIM for care of parks and . Tr, Glnd tie same amount for band concerts. The, nt yMt relaUv ln rMrflI(, chief -ngln'or wa Instructed to pur-l,r , , , , . chase n (hemic il fire extinguisher. A tax of So cents on the dollar wns voted. Ar langements hae ben made with K. .Mr Feelers to manage the two farm belong ing to tho late O. D. Samson. At the meeting of the Mi'f-lsrjuol Ministerial as sociation hrld with R-v. W. T. Fors the Tuesdav, t'leto were present the Revs. Day and Westeott of FVankt'.n, Currier of West Knoshurch. Barnard of West HeiUshlre, Douglass and Scodeld of Rlchfoid, Weils of Bjkersfleld, Peter ron of East BuKuhlif. Forsythe and uavi or tins place. At thn nnnual par- j I?h meeting of St.. Matthew's Chinch i Mondav evening the following vestrymen were elected: C. L. Marsh, H. A. Cram-i t'n. A. R. Hell, B. II. Dickinson, L. ' '. I Kendall, r. H. Stratton. J. H. Menrs. :. J. TIer. Dr. A. J Darrah. The nr.- tor appointed, C. L. Marsh, senior war- j better.-Miss Kda M. Hart and Ievl A?h- i den, and II. A. Cramton wn elected ; on weio man led I'rlday. Aprd 3i. bv ' Junior warden; J II. Meov Fecretat-'-; 13. ! Richard .-mlih, justice of Uie jioa'ce. ! J. Tyler treasurer: J. H. Meat-, C. H. j Mrs. Illlson S. Maynard and Mrs. P. II. I Stratton, V. A. .lame, auditor. The del-' Dow vent Tueaday to l.nt lolativcs In! H-aies to the dice san convention Cambridge. Harold I'assott went !a-s't ! vhieh mtets i i St. All ens nro n. J. Ty- :) t . ua seven' dn;.i .ith 1.1 gran I ler, H. A. Cramton and C. L. Mears: J parents, Mr. and Mrs. Duvls, In Cam-' alternate, j. jj. Ments, C. II. Sti atton. J. A. Kimball. -The Rev. William Shaw i Is in St. Johnsbury attending a pastor's i Institute. I SWANTON. Tho ladles of the Congregational ' Churcli served a Mny breakfast Satur- day which was well attended. Arthur Ginette had a hearing Saturday on tho ciiare of stealing a pm ket book con- talnlng 13 from Mrs. Brlchit. Justice Gates on account of Ihe prisoner's youtn i gave him a term of two months In the county Jail. W. B. Pencil, who has been iiLtnaRlng the Grand Avenue Hotel for , three ytars, was mccoedod S.itmdav by M. A. HunRcrfnrd of Bedford, Quo. The Adams House on the west side of the river has been sold to Barney .Mullen of St. Annp.r.d. Tho pike-perch work by tho government Is not progressing well Ibis beason on account of the failuro thus far to get femalo pike in any Humi lity. In the prize speultl.i,-; contest at the hl!?h school Friday evening by live bo, and live Riila, Miss Vera Satur and Olln Reiicll won first pi Ixes. Hook nnd line fishermen have met with great sue, ess on the river during the week, a single, tlsheiman catching as many as CI p.ke. M. U". Barney luu sold thn Lavino pl.u-o on 1'lno street to Mrs, Tatreault. Tho new water supply from Fairfield pond Is proving very satisfactory. Very few lenks In thu mains have developed and tho water Is coming flcar under : flnn pi cssure. Thomas Lnturn and Illeanor Core, both of this place, were married at the McthodlFt parsonage May 1, BEAVER. The Mothdl:.t Ladle3' Aid society will meet with Mrs. Curtla Hunt Thursday. After over forty years on the same farm, M. It. Strait bus gi no to Fairfax village to live, ilo will build a new houro this hummer. Ho has let his farm to Albeit R. Patterson Dennis King has moved Into M. B. Strait's tenement house nnd will -work for Albert Patterson this slimmer. BAKSRSFIELD. Miss Myrtle Stone and Miss Hunlce Story of thn Johnson normal school spent Pundny nnd Monday nt home. Mrs. May Adams and children of Boston, Mas,, ate visiting Mr. and Mrs. V. M. Nnra Pinio. Miss Kllzabfth Brlgham of BtooJc llno, Mass., died Saturday and tho body wan brought to this toivn for burial Tuesday. 'Miss Brlghnm was born heie, RICKFORD. Tho W. C. T. I', met with Mrs. Fannie Smith Tuesday. Mra. 12. J. Corliss nnd children, or Sluimnkln, Pa., ure visiting telntlvej In this place The Rev. S. P. Pe-ry went to St. Johunbury Monday to attend a mh' ten,' electing. The Canadian rniltle Railway Co., Is ex tending Its siding, known 'as tho eule track, several hundred feet father north. Tho nnnual meeting of tho Wo man's Auxiliaries of tho Kplaccpal Churches In tho St. Albans district will be hold In St. Ann's Chut eh In this vil lage Tucfdiy nnd Wednesday, Juno 2 nnd 3. Bishop Hull will nddrcrs tho delegates on Tuesday. At the annunl meeting 0f the Asso ciates to Frontier Post, Nn, 70, O. A R Mrnday evening, tho following nf fleers were elected President, the Rc7. R. I', l'orry; secretary-treasurer, A. J. lilllot. Sunday will bo observed at tho Methodist Church as mothnrB' day, with special service at 10:45 a. m. Frontier Post has accepted an In vitation to attend. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur M. Pond May J. John Kinsley of lloston, Mass., Is vlsltlnir his mother and sister here. FRANKLIN. Mm. Delmor Croft Is the cuest of her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. It. D. Urlll. .T. M. Votilif, wns In Knosbui-j?h Falls Mon day. The senior class of tho hlsh school will bIvo tho dinma "Farmer Husking" In the town h-ill May ll-The Villain Impiovemont (.ocloty held Its meeting Monday evening and planned work for another season. HILL WEST. Roy Frazk-r nnd Allen I,uinbra has Bono to Wntettown, Mass., where they have employment.-Herbert Riinvlllo ban re- teturned home with his bride, who Is his hfth wife. .ss Katie Kaflev, who has been visit iik her aunt, Mrs. Homer Frazlor, has returned to Hakorsfiold. MONTGOiMERY CENTER. A. D. l.afaille and family have moved to Holyoko, Mass. Homer Raker has moed from lCast Rerkshlr" Into tho home vacated by .. I). l.afaille. U R. ra'"HhfH "as In HurllnRton over Sun- : . . ' , 'l f' , I uu. . lie IIMIITH IDIIIlll 101 iioue in town. eymon and Miss Clara 1, umbra. of Joseph I.uinbra. Jr.. wero nuirricri ai l ie m hn n c nt-p i nhH j v ! thn Rev. J. A. Cote. They left town Friday for Goicgl-i, whoro 1 '"' ' Ne.vtna LeHaion. all of Morrls thev will reside.- Mies F.mma lldwalils The fonrnl service wore held is visiting her parent In Jontsvllle. A. nt ,iir' Fidveraallst Church Sunday nt R. flntes iind I.. S. Hall, Jr., were In St. Albans Tuesday. EAST BERKSHIRE. Wallace Murr.iy of Lurllngton ivan at homo Saturday. The annua! mrotlng of tin u-n.nn.,-. a . ni .,.,.., .. .... " " " ,iu.iiitnj 3 nrm in,; home nf Mrs. Daniel Moron Wednesday nftettioon. The annual meeting of tho vestry of Cavalry Church was held Mon day evening. Mrs. S'-nmer, who has been a gu.st of Mrs Ira Smith, has re turned to Taftavllle. Mlsn Frank lladd Is In Jericho. FLETCHER. Mr. and Mr. F. L. Smith and Miss Gladys Lawrence were In Burlington Saturday. J. C, Toule of F.nosburzh, county road commissioner, was In town Monday. Mr. and Mr. II. O. Strong of West ford spent Monday with HIGHGATE CENTER, J. C. Place of Buffalo, N. Y.. Is spending i ho work w ith relative. tn . , .,aju, ir, iioii:ik i rom ' the J. M. Trombly house to the Hur- dick house, vacated by II. B. Crosy. Mis. II. G. Cnrmnn Is confined to the ho'j-o with an attack of bronchitis. C. C. Gllmore of Swanton wis In town Monday. Miss Gladys Deal, why ha.i been seriously 111 with a nrve trouble, is able to be out. ENOSBURGH. Mr. and Mrs. John Cassldv and Mr. nnd Mis. Stanley Saylts. who have been visiting .Mr gaW.i daughter. yt:t. Green, hi Ilighrat'e, have returned'. Mrs! Kvarts Kent, wlo has been king her children in New York city and vicinity for t.vn we.'Ks, has returned home. Charles, Infant son of G. L Nichols, wl-.b has been civ ill -m, ,,n.n,i. it bridge -Mr. and M s. JuHln Lamas of Ixmg Iike, N. Y., are th home of their nnile, H. II. Hehey Mr. Ijim.u, nn,i Mr. nci:i.y aie at work In the mill for I . L. Kenfleld. Mrs. Iivlsa Hessey has returned homo from Montyomry Saturday, Boyco Kenlleld. who works In brothers saw mill, was soaping thi I"rK belt that dr!vea the planer, had his rlsht hand drawn ln twtween thn. T'-d'-y and the bdt wrenching the llga mentr of his elbo-iv. Mr. Henrv Cush man Hh The ladles tea at Mr, fl. H Dew's wa a very pleasant affair. The ladle realized ro-rl'- J5 - M-. Marv Nichols I'erlev. who was thrown from a wagon Inst 'umaier by Ihe hore teklng fright, hurtlns her spinn and hip, hi gone to BurM.ir'nn for a few wcelin to take medical featment. GRAND ISLE COUNTY. ISLE I,A MOTTE Mrs. Fe'lnda Put a and daughter. Belle, havo returned Iron Massachusetts. Mr. a. Ml Mrs. John Horbnch rfiid Mls Julia F'sk have arrived from Now York and have opind their house for tho sum- met .Mr. and Mts. J. M. Skeebi have roiio to New Hampshire for a couple of j 1 w.-ek. Isle m Motto people are very cnthuhiastlc over the comtng celebration , ln July and 1110 much pluaed to know j thnt tho Vermont commission and a part 1 cf the New Yolk eommis.s.on as well as several otherB are oomliw to Sandy Point to look oer tlv grounds whero It has been propoFed for the monument. GRAND ISLE. Meales are in town. -Mrs. nllon Grls wnld Ph.lps of Milton Is visiting nt Adams Landing. The Rev. G. W. Perry preached hero Sunday motulng during Mr. Whites iibsoaro. Mrs. 1-red Mar tcllo Is seriously ill. Mr. und Mrs. John Vondall are tie parents of a daughter. The water Is still very high on the bridge.. The sandbar Is only patsiblo with a boat. JEFFERSONVILLE. Notwithstanding tho unfavorable wea ther Saturday, May 1. about 2." friends of Mr. and Mrs. Orlando Holmes of South Cambtldgo nsscmbled at their homo to smprlso them nnd remind them, It was thn Sflth anniversary of their marrlaga. . Mr. and Mrs. Holmes were murrled In ! rinrllneton. but their w.virie.i life h 1 been bjiont on the old ancestral homo u Si uth Cambr'dpo. Thopo In ntte-iriaice i f im nut of town were Mrs. Ella Austin and son from p.tit llnpton. Mr. nnd Mrs. Joel Farnsworth of Colchester Refresh ments worn served by tho'r dnuchters, Mrs. Aselton 12 'wards and Mrs Krwln Holmes, nnd souvenirs were left to re mind them of tho happy occasion, Miss Vcronn 'Reynolds has gono to Burlington to tho hospital for treatment. Miss Glen fla Swot of Morrlsvlllo visited hero Tues day. Mrs. D. S. Sails of Burlington was 'he guest of her 6l3ter. Miss Maymo T-iix, tho past week. Mrs. J F Wilcox wns the guest of her brother, M A Dodgo of Kshex Center over Sunday. MOFRISVrLLI. Imollle Vnllev ndueatlnnal socletv and Teso.her's InstHuto will meet In Teno.her's InstRuto will moot In Morrlsvlllo Friday, May 7, for mi alt day and evenlnc session. The following will tako part: Thn Rev. C. C. St. Claro and thf Hon T. A. Cheney of Morrlsvlllo; Supt. Carwln F. Palmer. St. Johnrfbury; Prln. W. H. DourUhs, Htowo; I'rln. C. H. Morrill, Ilanflotph norms.1 school; Mason S. Stone, .Mnntpeller; Miss Hrlpps, John son normal school; 9upt. Frank K. Graves, Morrlsvllle; Miss Ary, Johnson normal school; Miss Hlcolow, Htowc; Miss Hell Morrlsvlllo; Prln. 1J. A. Douglass, Hydo Pork; Miss Hobart, Cambridge; Prof. Georire H. Perkins, tf. V. M Hur llncton. A special town mooting hns been called for Saturday afternoon, May 8, nt two o'clock to see If the (twn Kelt the poor farm property and Mrs, A. H Copley of Hoston arts at thn Randall for the summer. Mrs. IJvk J. Merrill, who had been 111 with tuberculosis of the lunirs for two 3 ears, died Friday evening. I?va. J. 1a- Haron was on of seven children of fsf.ue N. snd Mnrla I. LflHnron and was torn In Morrlstown March 10. lWi3. No cinbor 1. PS, sho vnn united In mar ilapo to Edwin H. P. Merrill. They lived i.nme yeats In Enfield, N. II., for a short t.mn In Malno nnd on yvar In Iown About li yfH-rs airo they moved to Mor-rl-svllle. Mrs. Mtrrill wns n charter niembor of Uamoltlo Iod;e. K. o. I'. Resides her hinbnnd sho Is survived by l.er father and mother, three brothers nnd two sisters, Dana F. LeHaron of i i-i "J.sion, .ie., irs. jjiut: ji, hicw.ipt. If . MJ- iMly ln W. lrv.nrWU.on .' p. r" . '.! e Rev. Otto S. P.aupc ofll- dating. Intel ment was made in Plena cm View cemetery. The ritual burial rervlof was c inducted hy the N. K. O. P. l.odgo Th Rev. W. T. Best nnd family I" . " . . " " " " ,nPlr nn ive nnd nre moved to the Methodist paronae Mrs. William Walker of West Summrvllle. Mas , Is viltlng hf r sister. Mrs. Alice Rood. Mrs. V.. H Hind and daughter, went to Cambridge Friday evening truest of Mr. and Mr.. Charles tlf bounty. -Mr ?nd Mrs. II. C. M. Sltjrwrn i.re sTb':sI" 111 --Mrs. Kittle Drnp-r f'nnk o? Hardwlcl: imssed S-inday with let parents. Mr. and Mis. A. II. Pripor. - Hae ball pa me of Saturday. P. A. vs. l'-tsham Aealemy was postponed on ac count of ti e now Gvorge Ibv l-as sold i ) Owen Grave his farm on Lapnrte road Hummer Austin, the little on of Mt nnd M-s. Gordon Austin, went to St. Johnsbuty Saturday to visit his uncle end num. Mr and Mrs. Julius Wing. Judge H. M. Cornell of Cambridge was a guest Saturday o'. his son, Clayton Cornell. The Rev. S. M. Wales gav an ln tore'tlng talk Sunday evenln.T before '.he Congregational Brotherhood on The Modem Athens." MI Helen R113H0II was at home oer Sunday from Hardwlck. Geotrre H. Terrlll of Chazy. N Y.. wa a guest Sunday and Monday of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Cheney nnd Mr and Mrs. H. r. Brvan! Misses Kurerila Plnnev and Bva Man pIuk vre kcuest ovr Sunday of the fottner' mother, Mrs. F. B Morse of Wolcott. Mr. and Mrs. George H. I by, who sold their farm last week, went Monday to Chateaugny. N. 7 . for a short stnv. Mrs. Ada Marvin return ed to Barton Monday nfter visiting her home here for a week. "Jim" Dollv of Boston, while catching a. ride to Stowe, Monday on a freight team loaded with several bales of hay nnd a (junntlty of g-aln. slipped from the r,ent and fell to the giound, the ieat wheel passing ovr his chest and shoul der. He received no serious injurv. Mr. Bnjamln Stewart of East. Hardflck and daughter. Mrs. WHIUm Hogaboom of Lowell. Mas, nro guests of Mr and Mr S-'lIrran flip R 11 Gilbert ma chinist In the Mors dressing mill, has completed his work and returned to Shel ! in. Mi Sarah I.' ilraves of Water ' iry Is tie guest .if her brother and slu- r. Mr. nt'1 Mr t-'iank K Graves G, . Cbe-im went 'o -'i. Johnsbury Mon sv snd Tuesdav to Ortord. N H to : 'vlt his ltor. Mr-. O. K. Corliss. Mrs. John Farr ii 111 Glenna p-wett was In Jeffonionvllle Tuesdy. Mr. and Mrs. A. c Russell returned to Siranton Tuesday. George W. Clark wis In Essex Junc tion Tueaday. C. H Prentiss iinsed Tuesday In Burlington -Mrs. W. R. Knlr.ht went to Bikersfield Tuesday to ilslt her parent s.-JJir. and Mrs. G. N. Kdloet and daurhter went tn Greeni- " i born Tuneday to lyvirpv their cottMi for tre summer. Gorn H. Terrlll, who Is ritpertntendent of l,V-acre farm nf W. '1. aialner at rYtny S. Y.. hs pur chased M. J Gallirp's "nnry farm toni vdghlng 3,40 pounds for tflft. Tri- Rev ''. C Bt. Clire. the Rev. and Mr. Otto S Raspx and K. C Klnnev -were ln Rt. ,'ohn1?ury Tueoday to attend a meeting. At a meeting of the board of trade Tuesday evenln. the eornmlttf on ad- lertlsing was authorized to carry out a Mitematlr csmpalgn 'o seenro summer ,,-,"r"' !," '" '' "oav wiui nuriai i b..ardrs and buslnrf fi terprlfe.-Thts.1 1''"'1 'n01"' T'net-rv In this PIa. e -Fred fcnltig a reception and banquet In honijB?!pN',ilv of J"hn--o'i came Tuesday for a of the new piiftor ant w'fe the TlJm0 clfnf' wllh M" at !er Pnr- a.ul Mr. W T. Best w ". be ..cd l'jjrffB' n,M V' Mr!i- V- W RnslP rHr"- Methodist Chur-h p.-rlor -Miss Jffl d-"-ug' ter of W. O. Davis I '11 of tvpho d rnvn rtnrnert T-o..,!- from nurllo iri on ! ' vei -Mr Hannah Peek ,.f Morrlsvl' o Harrison Smith and daughter, M-s C1 srles Brlda-G. and her sun. 1-7111. went b. Burlington Wednesday, called mere j bv the Illness of Mrs. Akiics Porter Mrs. Llcrlo Ilouty of Hrlghton, Mats.. J is visiting her sHtcr. t.-. M. N. Rlch- a Json. .Mrs Benjf m.n Stewart of East Hardwlck and damthte-, Mr.. William II era boom of Lowll. Ma? . returned to II irdwlck Wednesday --Mrs. C C. ft fate, Mrs. George G. Morro. Mr. nnd Mrs Mnrtln Carlton and Robert I-Taton I went to Sto-.ve Wednesday as delegates to tho Lamoille County Christian 12n c'tavor convention.- .M-. and Mrs. Gforgo 1 F ict man are the parents of a son. M P. Matirlcn has bsn. confined to th house for several days by Illness STOWE. Mrs. Mnry Stowell Bailey, wife of Wll It.'m Bailey, died at her home ot the lower village Thursday after nn lllne of hovoibI years' duration. She wa. 52 , )fhis or uae. Besides h.-r hucna sho home In Burlington. - Tho Woman a leaves two daughters, Mrs. Wlllard Cnry Reading club will met with Mrs. Aden vf Stowo and Mrs Pernio Thomas of limshon Monday exen'.ns - Mies Hattlo Mortisvllle nnd two brothers, Jerome Sto- 1 Lyman of Joffersonvlllo 1 ependlns sov voll of Stowe and Jame.-i Stm-ell of , eral days at home Mr. and Mrs. K. II Sutton, Canada. The funeral waii hold nt tho resldenoo Saturday afternoon at ono o'clock. April 2. Oilando A. Burrows X. fiou began negotiations -with Oren M. ti,l,,tl1 fpr the purchase of his farm hnown as the Frank Wade place. The tr,lde wns closed on Thursday, tho Bn- '"owsr taking possession Thursday night, On Friday mrro'"o M- and Mr' th If" r Hebron. N 11.. wliere ths!9t e,i xlrH- bl1 " arei f I. . . I - tl e'r i:rb - .ve ' S -. 'r -it v hero they w !1 -irot ''' o at" ' e port base Included neir'y ai tho - o-k c-d tools and a rail of the hou 0 old f. tnlshlngs nnd the ptlee It Is under stood was In tho ncl li'-irhood of M.OW A succession of ahowors and muddy roads did pot prevent a large atten dance at tho May dinner served by tho ladles of tho Cemetery associa tion. The apron sale In the afternoon was very successful Friday evening Stowe Lodse, N E. O. P, Ravn an en joyable old and young folds' ball at the Altcloy Memorial building. It. A. Mills and c. f Mills were In Knos JburBh Falls Sunday to attend tho fu- 1 ' ."V" ' "enu " " '"'. ""n a. amson, who was drowned at Hlgligatn Snrlns April 27Mlss Gladys Hrnlth return ed to Colchester Haturdaj. The funrr Hi of Mrs. WHIium Halley was coii dticted at her home nt the lower vit iligo Saturduy afternoon by the Rev. I. Q. Angcll, Mernbrs of her family ncted as bearers and the burlat was mado In lllvcr Hank cemetery -W J. Hlgelow and daughter, Ruth, of Bur lington wero In Stowe Saturday to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Newell Blgolow, who are both III. Wl Ha moving some wood Saturday forcno 'n, Mr. Blgelow fell a illsiniirc of seven foot, dlslocatlnp his right shoulder. Mrs. Blcelow Is slowly recovering fiom nn attack of bronchitis. Mlu Mabel Carr pned Sunday at her home In Montpellor. Mrs. O. R Luce Is out after a fortnlnht'.' lllnnsi with bron chitis, A. A. Royee has returned from Dan. vllle. C. N. French passed Sjnday ln Montpellor. Mrs. Arthur II. Frenrh. who Is employed In Waterbuiy passe'l Sunday at Mrs. jana French' Mrs c. F. Kddy and .Mrs. Anna Kimball are vlrltlnjr In Johnson. Tho ladles of Unity Church will servo supper ot t o church this afternoon. Tho L,.. dies' Aid of the Methodist ( b ,f h held a buhiM- meeting nt ".o pi ponage Wednesday afternoon Rnlpli Clark of Hast Charlotte passed Snv day at W. W. Ayer.Vs.- Mts Theo Ayors. who Ih tmployed at tho State hospital. Is at. homo for a few week. Miss Grace HifI,Mv r,f the Orat Hnrtlngton. Mas.. high sMiool I pas. Injr a two weeks' vacation nt her 1 nn) in Stowe. ln straw, who 1 is been I!' all winter. Is about the house a lit tle. f. C. Moody of Waterbury wn In Stowe Monday. H, 17, Jenn-v 1 ai teturned from a several week' ms t with b.ls dausrhtrr In Walton Fla W. H. Kaiser ha. purchased ilo Rob ert Hnvmond pin -e of the .f. ;? vi . Inins estate. He will make extenslv linprnvf mnts befnr" oo-iipvi- g r 12. Conway was found entity at a M'l. faring bofoie justice C. M Watts of a fourth offens of Intoxication and fined !lr, nnd costs, amounting to 2n Fat -Ing to make a satisfactory disclosure l-o wns taken to Hyde Park an! lodged In Jail Nnt Slnvton, who wa found guilty of intoxication, paid cots nnd flgned ihe pledge and his fine was suspended --I"- ' r.d Mrs. O. A Harrows have m .ved Into Mr. Pheb Fre-iel 1 ouse w"h lie'. Mrs. Alice Raymond and Mrs. N H. Kaiser passed Tuesday In Morrlsvllle. Glm Cole l. moving Into one of '.he eleo ti.c railway station tenements Peter I. abcldic has moved into the Jackson c ' t.ue on the Sto-tve Hollow rind T C Piatt ur.d fanvly have had lettuce rnl radish's from their garden ' weel, Mr.. Ruth Robinnn l l.av ng n va t ttnn from her d"tles nt Green Mountain !ni,.--Joeph Latnucbo Is roving Into II' hii- on Maple tree j rebascd of Mrs .Mark ("olh -Oren M Smith who roM out to O. A. E. L. Barrows nnd v.ent to New Hampshire l-.st week, ha returned to settle up his nffa'rs heri Miss Minnie Ayers returned Tuesday to Wl.ltetleld, .V. H.. nfter a three week" aeatlon on account of illness. M.f.e Maud Well and Merry Helm Gtllettn I assed Tuesday In MotTisviHe. -The l card of liMers gae a heating t- ag grieved taxpayers Tuesday. Th" school director. have engaged Werler H. Doup'as as principal of the high school for two year?. Th Muses Avis Vearn anil Rebecca Hurt nf thn hi Kb. school senior rlas.i v.- n share tr class honors, both having an crpn record. There wi., l.o a uiun ser i -e at the Congregational Church Sir. Ja morning under the auspices rf H II. .Vml'h Post and Woman s Rei.ef i -r-, when "mothers' day" In honor of tho mother of the soldier. of the nvi War will be observed f- tHft e-t time In Stowe The pastor, t.e He A. G. Cornwell will pretih ihe sermon.- -1 1. 12. Je ny who ha-, -ust re turned from Florida, bio .gl.t ivlh iln- a pat: nf innn; -I'lgn -r obr. ' !. inches 'inj and six mo-t'- r. rl Mls olive May of U'aterbu-y Center 's visiting- her nelce, Miss Burt. Mr. and '.Mrs. Herbert ?pau!dl'ig cf r-nf's-hnry have visited In Stowe Ti f 'voel;. Mr. and Mrs. M M. Mun-. teturned Wedneaday froni a teveril dav.s' is ' In Waterbury. --The proreoeds of the dinner and apron Fnle p,--en bv tho Cemetery cssoclatln were f'J. WOLCOTT. r21ias Albee ha taken pof session o' 'b-i brr.se purchased by him on Ra..roi 1 street. Arthur Wethlngton of f'raf hury has returned here to w"i. foi Jot-n Fiench In too last-block business -A spc- i.Rl town meeting ha been en'led f r Mav to se about raising mone ti re pair the roads damaged by h:;h wati-i- -Mi nahnw. an nged man I v -lg w, i 1 son. Geor;e, on H e North Wnl o t toad, died Wednesday of last -week T i'Mtfd rc',.:thes i" town Thursday .vl- ! mor. Laoh arrived Saturday fr.Mn n- Iht'fV Kans , where he has r-h t t'-o -M'h-s Fiigenlo Pinne an.' Mi 1 verier r'x fy" M innlnp o' M,-rr - ". wer ' guests over Sunday at the . rp.e-.'s mother. l"f- r. B. Moi.e-T!.o Rev J. Kdmund Bndirer of Hanover. N IL, h,oke Sunday morning In the Met' od r Church. Thursday evening he s-ave ai '.xbibltlon with a stei coil 'c -n rf place visited by him. He Is employed bv tho Anti-Salcon League, CAMBRIDGE. Mr. nnd Mrs. D Lavolne were In Rich mond over Sunday -Mr. and Mrs, S Hulburt of Mhldlebury spent Tuesday at W. M. Smith's. -Conroy Leavens has (rono to Burlington, whom ho has a po sition In the storo of N. K Chamber lain. Mrs. McLn.no of Jericho has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. M. DIron, miss p(.Mr Hniitb spen: Sunday at he, Hinds and two daughters wero In town Friday night to attend the ball at the American house. A Mother's day sendee will be held at h Congregational Church Sunday morning. -Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Lach of Fletchor visited Mra. A. Leach's Tuesday. Miss lldah Gray has been spending several davs at tho homo of her brother. II. K. Gray, In Burllng- tne . jtr. A l.ench ha -eturned from Hvde Prk wl ere she has hene spcid 'k -t Mr m. M J I.eirb's. T' c V H M S whl te-.-t it te Con-tt'o-al Churrh pir'nr Thursday afternoon. OKAKGE UUUNn. RANDOLPH. Mrs J M. Taylor went to Bofton Mon. dsy for a few week. Mrs. H Morse spent Sunday In Montpelier Two ! aaud uo pJiluitun.v