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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS AND TIMES : THURSDAY, MAY 27, 1009.
Advertising In thin col
umn nne cent n word, each
Insertion. Copy may be
changed every week. Cash
In advance, required. No
advertisement taken which
Is leas than twelvo words,
two lines. Special terms
to ndvcrtlsers using from
2R0 to l.rtOO lines within
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OWNERS OF FA RMS who wish to hire
help or to Bell a farm should use
this column. Nearly 1,000 copies of
this papr arc sold every Issue and
your advertisement would bo read
by m.my possible buyers. 25,wtf
yF.ARLINO BULL wanted it mice. Dnr
burn rr llolfteln. (! K. Tulb, Middle
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pnPITION AS HorKKKP.RPF.n or nth
11 responsible position wanted by middle-aged
lady desiring to leave city.
Vidros XV till of fi( e IK.ilt&w.lt
WANTED July 1. a womiin for house
work tn g to enmp iie.tr Burlington
for fin summei-, Rood wages. Address
rr" .'rf- Press office. I'.'ii.tf and w.lf
AN r.XPKRIF.NCKD COOK wnnted In
private family of two. No washings.
Answi. gllng references to R. 1. K.
this off re tM.ltAtW.lt
AN BXPEHIRNCHD PASTRY COOK
wanted nt Addison IliniFe, Mlddlebury.
Vt. Good wages, steady employment.
MEN WANTED Whole or sprue time
to il jtrPutte samples mid printed mat
ter and tn art na our representative.
We l-Hve nothing to sell First nppllc.-i-t
r fiom responsible peraon secures
the irtr'tory. Advertisers' Distributing
i-ssoe ntnin, Worcester, Massi. 4?,w.1t
100 crcs, Stock nnd Ton!.
Horse, eew. sheep, pig, poultry, stove
wood, mowing machine, wagons, carts
and tools all included with this splendid
farm, fO acres heavy timber and wood,
K lii rich Rolds and pastures, house
painted white, barn, stable, tool and
poultry house, only $1,700. part cash;
all details of this and others in "Strottt's
New May Bulletin." copy free Dept.
.Y74:, F. A. Stroilt Co., Old South Bldg.,
MEDICAL PRACTICE for sale. As I am
'.eaving the State, wish to dispose of a
Rood practice In a railroad town. Am
doing $:.i0 a year, competition easy.
Must he a cash purchase price. JBCO for
druses and driving outfit and Good will.
Address "Physician," cars Free Press.
-OTICE how little It costs to tell
thousands of renders In many towns
of Vermont what you have to sell
or what you wish to buy. Adver
tise in the Free Pre3s and you will
fret replie3 to your advertisement.
l0-aere, lS-cuw farm. Two miles to
2 villages, 6 miles to depot. Fair
buildings, good water, fruit, 30 acres
wood and timber, strong loam soil. 2
horses, 12 cows, all tools for $2,000.
Cash JCOO, bnl. easy.
ISo-acre, 20 cow farm; 1 mile to vll
lage, f, to depot, fair house, almost
new barn, Rood water, fruit, etc. jupar
works, plenty wood and timber, 'i
horses. 25 cattle, 2 shoats, all tools,
main road, very pleasant, only $3,500
for all $1,000 cash. bal. to suit.
REYNOLDS REAL ESTATE CO.
108 COLLEGE STUICKT.
Farms, Mores. Tlinhrrlnnila (a
J'erbuns na":: early Vermont boons
which they do not care to keep aro
invited to write to J. L. Southwick,
Burlington, Vt. d&w.tf
169 North Si., Tti. 965.
Calls answerod Day and Night.
Absolutely Without Pain.
The only otllce In Burllnsto.t, where
rou can et teeth extracted without a
particle of pain without taklnu gas.
My method Is used by no other parson.
No pain; no danger; no after effects,
1)11. L. U. IIAKEN,
OHIee, iwn Pine St., nurllnKtnn, Vt.
Office honri 10 to 3, 7 to H.
HSTATK OP KVPIItt.mt HISSOXKTTF.
BTATE OF VERMONT. District of Chit
To nil persons concerned In the es
tate of Euplienila Rlssnnotte, late nt
1 llnesburgli. In said district, deceased,
At a Probate Court, holdon at Ru
llnRton, within and for the District of
Chittenden, on the Uith day ot October,
HI09, an Instrument purporting to be
the last will anil testament of F.u
phomln Rlssonotte, late of HlneshurKh,
In said district, deceased, watt prn
nentcd to the court nfnresald, for pro
bate. And It Is ordered by said court that
the 11th day of Juue, 190SI, at the
J'robato Court rooms In paid Burlington,
tie assigned for proving sultl Instru
ment, and that notice thereof be given
to all persons concerned, by puullsnlnif
this order three weeks miccrlslvely In
the Burlington Weekly Free Press, a
newspaper publls'ied at snld Burling
ton, previous tn the time appointed.
Therefore, yon are hereby notified t
appear before snM t iiirl, at the time
nnd plnce aforesaid, and contest tho
probate of said will. If you hav
Cil-en under my hand at Burlington,
)o i, d il strti t. tli.s 2(tii iliji- of May.
MAP.ChUUf? A. lUNOI'VM
HAPPENINGS IN YEJMONT
(Condoned from First Frige.)
were Rollln and Wilson M. Kecler, C. J.
Btcley nnd W. W. Dodge. William Dun
cm, of Burlington, who came to attend
the funeral, has returned home. Fred
domain and Thomas Campbell have re
turned from a few days In Burlington.
M'ddlebury Orantre lias Invited the O.
A. fl. Pnst and trfidles of the. O. A. tl.
to an entertainment Friday evening.
The post Is to receive a Hodman cannon
from the P. S, government. It Is said to
weigh seven and a half tons. Edward
Daniels nnd daughter, Mrs. J. J. Monta,
arid granddaughter, Helen Monta, have
gone to New York city for n two weeks
v'slt with telatlves. The Rev. (leorge It.
Stair lias purchased n building lot of
Cicrge Chaffee on Washington street
end has broken ground for a reiildence.
Mi's Evelina Perkins Is visiting In Bran
don. -Evnngellst E. II. Campbell arrived
Tuesday from Ixiwell and Boston. Mr.
and Mrs. If. H. Ellis ot Tlcondetoga, N.
Y , are In town.
The June term of Addison county court
will begin at 10:00 a. ni., Tuesday. June
1, with JliiK-i' F M. Butler of Rutland
presiding nnd Frank c Dyer of Salis
bury and Charles R. llnti.i of New Haven
as assistant Judges. The new docket Is
the smallest In Tecent years. The gen
eral docket contains S9 cases of which
11 are applications for divorce and HI nre
criminal cases. Tlie chancery docket
contains 21 cases and the Jury calendar
10 cases. While there are only six cases
on the court calendar, from the standing
and wealth of the parties engnged two
of the dhruce rases are of more than
o-dlnnry Importance, those of Lunla C.
Wiilston vs. Oeorge F. Wntston of Lincoln
and Helen K. Ketcham vs. Harvey
Kctcham of Vergennes. Both of these
esses were partially tried lit the Inst
tenn and went over The cases on the
c.'mlnal docket am mostly of minor
consequence the greater part of them
being for breach of the peace and Illegal
llshlncr. The two most Important cases
on this docket are those of the State
v (ieorge Murray of Rutland and State
s W. (). Cutler of Rutland each of
whom Is charged with manslaughter In
(iT.nectlon with the railroad accident
i'fnr Vergennes December 1, 100C. Mur
rr.v was the engineer of that train and
(".tier was the train despatcher at Rut
land. It Is not likely that either rase
will be tried this term. This wl'l not be
th grand J it y term and a 1st of the
jp'llt Jurors bos already been printed In
turn paper.-- rne woman s aim society n;
St. Stephen's Church will hold a rum
mage sale In the old Baptist Church
Thursday, June 3. Mr. and Mrs Ira M.
Taylor and daughter have returned from
a visit to his lirother In Pitts ford.--Mr.
r.r.d Mrs Frank McCoughln of Tlcon
tleroga. N. Y., are visiting In Mlddlebury
nnd vicinity E. C. Brush of Laconla,
N. H., Is here on a vilt Charles Bain
1'iis gone to Little Rock, Ark., where he
will spend the summer with hli son.
The stores and business places here have
ntrreed to close during the fi. A ,R. ex
eieies Saturday afternoon.
The Rev W. D. Hull arid daughters,
Haze nnd Irnia, were In Vergennes Mon
day. The ladles' Aid will rntet In the
lower part of the church Tnursday after
noon and serve supper from live until
The funeral of Frank Parteh was
largely attended from the home of his
parfnts, Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge Partch,
Sunday afternoon at two o'clock. The
It v. W. H. Hull, pastor of the Meth
odist Church officiated. The rieeeaved
was 20 years of age nnd had ben In fall
ing health for three years with tuber
culosis. The bearers were Oeorge Iller,
Frank Ranson. Henry Rrurrell, John
Ilollls, uncles of the deceased, and burial
war -n West cemetery by the side of his
mother anil brother -Dr. O R Thomas
I' able to he out after his Illness. Wal
ter Saunders of Ore!lt is a guet of Mr.
and Mrs. J. E. .add.- The Indies' A:d
of the Methodist Church will have a so
da' at the Orange hall Thursday even
in? Dr. A. A. Denton Is moving to his
place at the Ridge. Daniel c Lewis liaj
gone to Ferrlsburgh to work for W. C.
Bull.-Mr. and Mrs. W. r Donahue
persed Sundav in Vergennes Mrs. D.
K. Meach and daughter. Myrtle, were In
Bristol Monday, Iyowts Brunell and
family hae moved to Barnumtown and
are occupying the Harry Sears lioue.
Miss Cella Collins Is considered a little
Dr. W. A. Davison of Burlington spoke.
In the Baptist Church Sunday morning
nnd evening. William Brlttell, who went
to the Mary Fletcher hospital for an
operation, has returned nnd Is doing as
veil as could be expected. Mrs. Ijibon
Hurlburt of Panton Is visiting her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Spite. Mrs.
Charles Sweet and daughter. Ila, are 111
with the mump. Mr. and Mrs. G. A.
Thayer were In East Mlddlebury Satur
day, Mr., nnd Mrs. I,, c. Bain of Bris
tol were In town Monday. -Mrs. Frank
Baslow was operated on for appendicitis
Monday.-Mrs. Therln Humner is gain
ing very slowly -The Rev I.. W. San
ford, who has accepted a call to the Bap
tist Church, will begin his pastorate
June 6 .Miss Brooks, an evangelist, will
speak In the Baptist Church Sunday
morning and evening.
IXnles of Euplienila nnd l.etrls llls
aouette, The Pnderslgned. having been ap
pointed by tho Honorable Probato
Court for the Dlstriet of Chittenden,
Commissioners, to receive, examine,
nnd adjust th claims and demands of
all persons ngalnst tho estatOB of
Eupliemla and Lewis Blssonnette, late
of Hlneshurgh. In said dlstrlnt de
ceased, and nil claims exhibited in
ofrset thereto, hereby kIvo notice that
wi. will meet for tho purpose afore
said, at the residence of (Juv D, Boyn
tnn, In the town of Hlne'sburgh, in
said district, on tho 23rd day of No
vember, next, nt 10 o'clock a. m nnd
that six mouths from tho 2tth day of
November, A. D. 1903. is the time lim
ited by said court for said creditors
to present their claims to Us for ex
amination and allowance.
Dated at Hlnesburgh, this 24th dny
of May, A. D. 1909
OPY D. BOYNTON.
COMMISSION KIIK' KOTICB.
I'.slnle of Ceiirae Prall, Coleheater.
The Pnderslgned. having been ap
pointed by the Honorable Probato
Court for thn District of Chittenden,
Commissioners, to receive, examine
nnd adjust the claims and demands
u all persons against the estate of
Oeorge Pratt, late of Colchesler, In
said district deceased, and all claims
exhibited In uffset thereto, hereby
give notice that we will meet for tho
purpose aforesaid, lit the office of
Henry Conlln. in the town of Co.
Chester, In said district, on (be last
Saturdays of June arid November,
next, at 10 o'clock a, m., nnd that six
months from the 21st day of May. A.
D. 1900. Ik the t lino limited bv said
court for said creditors to present
their claims to us fur examination
Hnted at Colchesler, this 21st day
of May, A I). 1HO0
HENRY CON LIN,
I1M1LE BLA IS.
Am Ruth Stafford of Easex, N Y Il
visiting Mrs. loralno Hnttcrly. B. C.
Scott caught a pike In the basin of the
river that tipped the scales at rive pounds.
W. Jl. Warner nnd W. C, Footo have
returned from a few days' trout fishing
at Rlpton. Mrs. P J. Haywnrd of Wey
brldge, who has been visiting her brother,
Judge Warren Peck, left Saturday for a
few days' visit In Burlington after which
she will visit her son, B. M. Hayward, of
Montpeller. Mrs. George. Blnkcly Is re
covering from her illness. Mr, and Mrs.
Alexander Bennett of West Newton,
Mass., are visiting her sister, Mrs. H. A.
Booth, J. n'arren Barnes of Troy, N. Y
Is visiting his fnther, W. J, Barnes.
Miss Eleanor Ferguson and her guest,
Miss Bertha Orandy of Panton, havo re
turned from a visit to Mrs. Huntington
of Weybrldge. A. H, Oodette was called
last week to Rlchvillo by the death of his
father, Lmils Oodette. Mrs. Mary Wright
hits returned from Rutland, where she
has been living the past year, William
Carter of Mlddlobury College passed
Sunday wllh his parents, Mr, and Mrs.
Mrs. Ben V, Wlnnns died Sunday morn
ing at her home at Bason Harbor after
nn nines of ten months, ngeil ,Vi years.
She Is survived by a husband, n mother,
Mrs. Kate Allen of Wnlthnm, two
brothers, Leonard O. Allen of Mlddlebury
and Beit Allen of New Haven, two sis
ter s Mrs. C. B. Kendall of Shorcham and
Mrs. Hewitt Pnrker of Wallham. Tho
funeral was held Tuesday morning at ten
o'clock at the hous Mrs. F. C. Phelps,
who has been In Buillngton for several
months, has returned -The condition of
Oeoige Hunt, who Is III Uth erysipelas, Is
not as fa vol able. Mis. W. ". Watt and
children have returned frrm n visit to
relatives In New York city Lloyd Cole
spent Sunday with his parents In Char
lotte. A granite monument was placed
'ri Prospect cemetery Frldny for Newell
Hreckeni lilge. - Mt. Clara Cahlll Is visit
ing her flster. Mrs. Delia Pitts of South
Wnlllngford.- M- Oeorge CJIllctt of
North Hero Is III at the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs John Barnard.
The m embers of St. Paul's parish are
making extensive repairs on their church.
- The Misses Mni.lorle nnd Helen Phelps
passed Sunday with their ci nndrr.other,
Mrs. E. M. Lane of Burlington. The
Ladles' Aid society of the Methonlst
Church will hold It" .itmiml meeting for
the election of ofllcers Friday afternoon
with Mrs. J C. Flsher.llrs. Rosalie
Broudeur mid grniiddaughtcr have re
turned to St. HynclnJlie, P Q.. nfter a
visit to her sister, Mrs, Frank Lnjoy
Yl-s. Frank Tb ss Is recovering fiom her
lllnes". Mi s. J. A. Hnrrlngtnn. who has
ho-m III s'rven'l weeks, able lo be out
--Mr? Julia Convert lias returned to ftnr-
llngton after a visit to her uncle. N.
Tl e funeral of Mrs. Bert W. Wlnn
was held at the house Tilcdnv
morning at (en n'luck, the Rev.
George II. Poineroy of this city ofll
clatlng. The bearers, v.-ere L. O. Allen
or Mlddlebury, Bert Allen of New
Haven. Hewitt Parker of Waltham
and Charles B. Kendall of Shorcham,
and Interment was made In the Basin
Harbor burying: ground. Arthur, only
"in of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. A Dalrvmple.
dlfd Tuesday afternoon from the ef
fects of measles In the tenth year or
Ills age Fifteen of the schools in
Ferrlsburgh will meet In the town
hall Frldny afternoon for pre-memor-lal
eercises when the Rev. J. Fisher
will deliver an address.. Carl Pecue
of Montpeller 1 lsltlng hlN parents,
Mr. anil Mrs. William I'ecuc. A son
was born to Mr. and Mrs. James Can
ning Tuesday. Mrs. Rosalie Biodeur
anil crnndriaughter have returned in
St. Hvacmthe. P. Q after a visit to
her slste", Mrs. Frances Le Joy. A.
Balli of Richmond visited his broth
er, O. Rail!, Tuesday. Mrs. Margaret
S'oiseux passed s-'uiidny in Mlddlebury
with Miss Nellie Currier. Miss Edyth
Pecue ncoiiipanlc, by Miss Phoeij
lingers went Monday to the Fanny
Allen hospital to undergo nn operation.-
Mrs. William Cameron ami son.
Warren, of Burlington are visiting
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Jacob".
The following piogram will be observed
Memorial day under the auspices of Ethan
Allen Pofct, O. A. R.. Music, Vergennes
city band; prayer, th Rev (J. H. Pomfrey;
reading Lincoln's Gettysburg address, C.
T. S. Pierce; address, Robert A. Law
rence of Rutland .Singing. "America";
Benediction, the Rev R. R. Davles. The
order of parade follows; Vergennes city
band; Ethan Allen Post, G. A. R.; fire
department; Vermont Industrial school;
carriages with orator of the day, clergy,
city officials and guests. G. F. o. Kimball
marshal. George - -irymple and two chil
dren of Albany, N. Y., are visiting this
mother, Mrs, O, C. Dalrymple. Tho
funeral of Arthur C., only son of Mr., and
Mrs. W. A. Dalrymple, will be held at the
Baptist Church this afternoon at three
o'clock. Tho high school nine will play
the Black River ..cndmy team on the
fair grounds this afternoon at 3:.10. -John
Dalgnault Is suffeilng from a severe at
tack of tnnsllltls. Mrs. Ben Hayes of
Sudbury Is visiting her mint, M-s, Robert
Mr and Mrs. C. N. North returned
from Fort Edward Saturday, where they
attended the funeral of her brother, R.
O. Basco'iie. O. K, Collins and several
local teachers attended the liibtitute In
Bristol last week. Mr. and .Mrs. F. E.
Piatt nnd daughter returned from Fort
Edwaril Monday. Miss North returned
fiom Tlconderoga Monday The Rev. J.
C. Williams of Orwell will preach next
Sunday In exchange with the Rev.
Charles Wattle. Mrs, Burge and Mrs.
Alns, delegates from the Missionary so
c.fty. and Mrs. Easton, delegate from
the Christian Endeavor society, nre at
tending the State Home Missionary
meeting In Rutland. Mr. and Mrs.
Bushey and daughters, Misses Anita and
Msdesa Bushey of Milwaukee, Wis., ara
g.ie3ts of Mr, and Mrs. Emery Patnode,
Sr.- Mrs. W. W. Moore returned from
Springfield, Mass., Monday. Miss
Alcne LelRlngwell, a pupil of Inland
Powers, Boston, will give a reading, In
terspersed with music In academy hall
Hie evening of June 7, under the aus
pices of the Daughters of the American
Revolution.-Lewis Oodette died Friday
after a long illness with Brlnht's dis
ease. The burial was on Sunday, A
v lfe, two daughters and three sons sur
vive htm. - William, youngest son of Mr.
nnd Mrs, Joseph Hlckey, died Friday
morning of spinal meningitis. The an
nual meeting of tho Moravian club was
held with Mrs. E. J. Woodbury Tuesday
afternoon. The ottlcers for the coming
j ear are: Viesldcnt, Mrs. II. H. Burge;
Ice-president, Mrs, W. T. Delano; seo
relnry, Mrs. J. C. Moore; treasurer, Mrs.
J. C, Jones.
Saturday, Juno fi, there will be a
Chnrnplaln celebration In (he Oiovo
north of the hotel at Larabee's Point,
under the auspices of Hand's Covo
Chnpter. D. A. R. The Rev. Oeorg 11.
Stair of Mlddlebury will be the orator.
A cordial Invitation Is extended to nil.
A son wds born to Mr. and Mis. Pearl
Dunham May 21. -The brunch school is
closed as the le.tcher, Ooorge Hill, has
the scnrlet fever. -Mr nnd Mrs, OvcrKo
Church with their twin children arrived
at J. II. Church's Tuesday from Boston.
Tho seventh annual meeting of the
Addison County Association of Teachers
and PatrotiB was held hers Thursdrsv
and Friday, About 120 teRchers weio In
attendance. The program began with un
address of welcome by W. A. Ixiwrence
and tho president's address by B. A.
Hnsseltlne. The afternoon progiam dealt
wllh the relation of tho schools to out-of-doors,
State O mmlssloner of Agri
culture Martin and Prof. J. W, Sanborn
of Plttsford, N. II, , spoke on agriculture
nnd Superintendent Howe of Essox Junc
tion on the birds, President Thomas of
Mlddlebury College outlined thn v,nrk nt
the Stntn summer school at Mlddlebury
as well an the summer session of tho
college. Following thn exercises, tho
teachers wero given an automobiles ride
by several owners of cars In town. This
seemed to be a very popular number of
tho program. Tho exhibit of school work
In the graded school building wna visited
by several hundred teachers and citizens
and tho excellence of the work shown
wa-s a mntter of much favorable men
tion. Thursday evening the "New Ver
mont" meeting was nddresscd bv Mason
S. Stone and Editor? Greene nnd Belknap.
The work Friday was moro technically
school work and a very profitable pro
gram carried out.
C. E. Mnnslll has sold the A. W. Dan
forlh ptaco tn Joseph Rule for $00. 'Mrs.
L. O. Chapln and daughter, Mildred, have
returned from New York. William
Irfithrop, whose saw mill was burned, has
a new one In operation. -A delegation
from here attended the funeral of A. P.
Roscoe. In New Haven Saturday.- O. J
Mc.Shane of Burlington spent Sunday In
tnwn.W. F. Daggett and family of
Proctor are visiting his muther and
brother. -S. M. Golf has purchased a
Maxwell runabout.-The meeting of the
Addison County Teachers' association
closed here Frldny wllh papers read by
Miss Edith McGovern of Vergennes, .VI ss
Caroline Beacn of Mlddlebury , M ss Ida
A. Poulln of New Haven. Miss Julia
Pnrnell of Orwell, Prlnclal G. l.ehind
Green of Franklin, Miss A. May Pierce
of Castleton. L. A. Webster of Whiting
and the Rev. D L. Hllllard of New
Haen. - -Mr. and Mrs. L-roy Neat nre oc
oupytntr the Morrison tenement on West
Murray Bourne spent Sunday In
Burlington. CWnlcolm Eraser of New
York was In town over Sunday. Mm.
Fraser hns passed the winter here.
W. F. Daggett returned to Proctor
Monday. Mrs, v. p. chase Is 111.
The new mill at Rocky Dale Is about
tendy to begin operations. -W. S.
Burnham of Cleveland. Ohio. K visit
ing here and in Lincoln. i lenry Miles
rf Waltham. Mass N vl-tltlng here
and In Monkton The condition nt
Moses Dumas, III with pneumonia. Is
critical. Mrs. D. W. Durfce ami Mrs,
W. M. Hughs were In Burlington ,,tt
urda. Mr. and Mis. A C Sumner are vlsit
Irg relailvfs In III iilport. Frank L. Fish
of Vergennes was In town Tuesday. Mrs.
Fted Smith of Addison Is the cnest of
re'atlvfs here Pre-Mernnrlnl exercises
will be he'd by the schools Friday, me
nnrlal Sunday sellers at the Methodist
f'ht.rch Runda'- morning. Memorial day
exercises Mondn address by the Rev.
Silas P Periy of I'.Ichfnrd at two o'clock,
in the afternoon.
The schools will close Friday until
Tuesday The Outlook club will hold
Its annuel plenl" June 4. Mrs. N. J,
Hill Is In Burlington for a few days.
Miss Lottie Sessions Is visiting In
Brandon. The Lotus Male Quartet of
Boston will furnish the music for the
commencement concert June 10. K
Russell of Mlddlebury was In town
Wednesday.--MIs A. o'Nell has re
turned to St. A 1 'mns.-- Constable sit. s.
Smith was In Burlington Tuesdav.
The buildings nn the Phillips place re
cently purchased by the village trus
tees will be sold at auction Saturday.
Ernest Norton of Mlddlebury wps in
'own Wednesday. Mrs. Edward Maher
of Rutland Is visiting Andrew Maher
and family. M. C Wehber of Rutland
and F. L. Fish of Vergennes were tn
A straw be-ry festival nil! be held at
the vestrv June 3. .John Grosvenor Is
at home again. The Christian Endeavor
social was a success,- Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Drolett" of Cornwall spent Sunday In
town. The Rev. J. T Curtln has moved
away.--Mrs Mtrion Whecb-r does not
Improve In health.
There will be an evaniinntion by the
L'nltcd States civil service commlsstrin
line 19 for the position of postmaster nt
this, place. The compensation last year
was $"13. The examination will be held
at Leicester Junction. Application forms
nnd full Information can be secured at
the Whiting pnstnffice.
L. A. Webster has gone to Chicago,
where he has employment. Mrs. T. A,
Dtnton has gone to Hilton. N. J., to
rI1 her sisters. Mr.i. Carrie Casey was
in Brandon Tuesday.- Mrs. C. T. Mason
hm the guest of her sister In Brandon
Wednesday and Thursday. - Hi s. N. W.
Poster and Muts Clara Kethcham at
tended the mlsrlonaiy convention In
Rutland Wednesday. Miss Nellie Ketch
urn was at home from Brandon over Sun
day. Miss Lillian Duffanv visited her
parents In Slmrehnm several days last
vtrrk,-John A nes was In Brandon Tues
dayMrs. F.llion visited her sister In
Orwell several days last week.
Mrs. Stephen Young of Port Chester,
.'. Y. formerly of this place, underwent
a serious operttlon for gall stones In
a hospltnl In New York last week. At
lust accounts she was as comfortable
as could bn expected. Miss Clara
Wright returned Sunday from a three
weeks' visit In Bristol and New Haven.
-Mr. nnd Mrs, Jay Pierce nre parents
of a son born recently -Mrs. Walter
Young has gone to New York clly to
attend tho Friends yearly meeting.
The Addison county convention of the
W. T. C. P. will be held at the Metnod
Ist Church Friday. Tho first meeting
will be held at 10;0O a. m. Entertain
ment will be furnished for visitors nnd
delegates. Mrs. O. IS, Davidson, presi
dent, will be present Mrs. J, K. Harney
will deliver the address In the evening.
All are welcome. Miss Inez Martin spent
Sundny with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Calvin Martin. Martz Burnell's vaude
ville nnd comedy company will give an
entertainment Thursday evening at Allen
h.tll,--E. H- Converse hns returned to
Chnrlotte after spending a week at Mrs.
Erwln Adams nnd family of New
Hnmpsnlre have moved to town and aie
stopping at John miner's. -Howard Clark
hnf, returned fiom Vancouver, where
h went with a load of hheep for Ray
mond Clark eu route for Australia.
Jessie, Carrie rind Flora Willinarth were
t home over Sunday, - Mr. and Mrs.
Elliott of Shelburne vl-lted at Cary
Marshall's Friday and Saturday Mt.
Phllo Grangu of Ferrlsburgh visited
Ci'and View Urange May 21 Theie were
s bout 100 In attendance. A banquet was
served and a pleasant evening spent -Ward
Seegnr, the little son of Mr and
Ur: C. L. Seogar, is gaining slowly.
Miss Ruth Stafford of Roquet, N. Y..
Is a guest of Mrs. R. M. Hattley. Mr.
nnd Mrs. George Porter have returned
from Colorado and are visiting at N. L.
Ball'?. Mrs. Joseph Blrkett nnd daugh
ter aro Improving, Mr, and Mrs. Albert
LtGrnnd went to Richmond last week
to attend thn funeral of Mrs, I,e Grand's
mother. Miss Lolo Ball H visiting her
uncle, N, I,. Ball. Miss Josephine Ducll
spent Sunday with Mrs. Elizabeth Field.
Mrs, Reuben Parker Is 111, Carlton Pe
cue Is nt home wllh his pnrcntB, Mr.
and Mrs. William Pecue. The Addison
county W. C. T, P. convention will he
held In North Ferrlsburgh Friday May
2?. All the schools In town will meet
at thn town hall at two o'clock Friday
for Memorial day exercises. The Rev. J,
C. Fisher will deliver an aduress. The
next meeting of the Social club will be
held to-dny with Miss Jessie Ball.
Hiram Merrill, who has been very 111,
Is n Utile better. Richard Watson of
Pittsburgh Is the guest of his uncle,
Millard p.arnes. Mrs. Fred Smith Is
visiting In Bristol. Mrs. E. A. Norton
Is In Wondvllle, Mass., called there by
tho Illness of her daughter, Mrs. y Hal
lock. Mrs. Lahan Hulbert has gone to
Lincoln to spend some time with her
The Rev. Mr. Wnttie of Shoreham wilt
conduct services nt tho Congregational
Church Sundny. John A. ligan Post.
G. A. R. will attend In a body. The Rev,
J. C. Williams will preach at the Con
gresntinnal Church In Shoreham Sun
dnj -C. L. Stay returned from Bur
'Irigton Saturday evening here he had
pint two weeks at the hospital, He Is
much better. Daniel McNoiton has sold
his fifty acre farm to W Martin of
Proctor. V. V. Blarkmer returned from
Mlddlebury Tuesday and went to Ban
dolph Wednesday as the representative
of the Congregational Church of Orwell
Rohert O. Bascom, who died In Fort
Edward last week Wednesday, was born
here some S3 years ago. Mrs. G. L.
Bliss has returned from Dakota nnd Is
at Fred E. Ray's. Charles Ward Is re
ported as doing well nt the Mary Flet
cher In Burlington.
Parties from Boston were recently In
town to secure nn option on the old Piatt
dam, which they hope to use for an elec
tric power plant. The Toadies' Aid of the
Methodist society will give an entertain
ment at the church Friday evening.
M. JO. Baker Is slowlv Improving and
snme hopes are entertained for his ul-
The Rev Aulder I-trr.elerc will leave
Thursdav for JOew York city to attend
the Friends yearly meerjng. He will
no from there to Poplar Ridge, N. Y
where he has acrcpteil a call as pas
tor. The funeral of Hose Sorrell was
held at her father's home Tuesday
morning, the Rev. Larxelere officiating:.
Interment was at the Gage cemetery
In Ferrlsburgh. Dr. Denton has moved
to his house recently purrhased at the
Mrs. Benjamin Is spending a few dayr
.it Mlddlebury, the guest of Mrs. Frances
K:r.?sley. Mr. and Mrs. Levi Leno of
East Mlddlebury wer at J V. Holdcn's
Scnday Wesley Clapper and Mrs. John
Cjuimby were called to Lincoln Monday
by the Illness of their sister, Mrs, Frank
Buslnw. Rupert Austin of East insti
gate Is the guest of his sister, Mrs. John
Mfifk- The Daughters of Ruth will have
r. sociable at the town hall Friday even
Mr5. Curtis J. Monson, who spent a
week with her niece, Mrs. Edward H.
Matthews, returned to her home In New
Haven, Conn., Monday.
Charles H. Thayer, who for M years
had been employed by E. T. Fairbanks
& Co., died at his home above Fairbanks
village. Saturday evening. He had been
In poor health the cast few months, but
death was caused by shocks following
kidney trouble. The funeral was held
at the house Wednesday afternoon nt
2:30. Mr. Smith was "1 years old and is
survived by his wife, who was formerly
Miss Altnea Randall, whom ha married
at Barton. SO yeirs ngo, nnd bv two
daughters, Susie, wife of O. II. Smith, and
Blanche, wife of Errol C. Grant, both of
whom resd, here. On April 2S they
celebrated their golden wedding. For the
past 20 years Mr. Thayer had been fore
man of the St. Johnsbury Aqueduct com
pany. HARD WICK.
Mrs William Thomas and Mrs. John
Eastman have been called to Littleton,
N. H., by the death of a sister - G. B.
M. Hovt has been visiting his brother In
Sprlngllcld, Mass., for n few days, -Mr.
and Mrs C. A. Robertson arc happ over
the nrilval of a mim In their faimlv D,
B. Parks has moved Into tho Warren
house on M.iln street. --Miss Geitrudo
Lawson, who has been studvlng elocution
In Boston the past year, has nrrlved
home tn spend the summer Miss Mar
garet Campbell, a compositor In the
Gazette office, Is tnklng a vacation of
several weeks' during wnlch she will
visit friends In Barton. Mrs. J. D. Dan
forth has been called to Swansea, Mass.,
hy the Illness of her mother. The Indies
of the Fortnightly club were entertained
Tuesday by the gentlemen with an nu
tomohjle trip to Waterbury nnd a ban
quet at the hotel, About fifty enjoyed the
Miss Bernlce Cox and Mrs. Austin
Lease, who have been visiting at Ior
enr.o Rice's, Have retumivl to North
Cambridge, Mrs. Daniel O'Kane of Bur
lington has been visiting her father,
Charles Heavy, Sr. Mrs. Jane Lauder
of Burlington Is visiting at F. A. Per
Rival's. Isaac Chase of St. Albans rntue
Friday for n few diys" stay with Ills
son, H. T Chase.-Mrs. J H. Chapln
has sold tlie faun on Lee river for many
years occupied by the late Ezra Brown,
together with the Nehemlah Prouty
place, to Fred MeGlnnls. Chester Derby
has taken a position In the creamery.
The Rev, C II, Atwnod has leturned
from his vacation nnd spoke at thp Con
gregational church .Sunday - Reginald
Hawley wns In Burlington over Sunday.
The village school will give their Mem
orial day exercises In the school h-tll
Friday afternoon -Mrs. Charles Larkln
of Albany, N. V., is visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Xeph Hnpgood. Mr Larkln
was also In town oxer Sundny Miss Lu
lu Lincoln has been nt home front
Uriderhlll sick for a few days, Mrs, L,
V Wilbur Is conllned to the houqe by
Illness -George Howe of the lT. V M .
(Continued on pace 3.)
Every Detail of Big Industrial
Exhibit Wu Carefully Work
ed Out Long Ago.
WHOLE EFFECT HARMONIOUS
Free Press Hns Two Free Tickets for
This Event n Seattle Kverr Man
nnd Womnn In Vermont Hns
Opportunity to Take In
Fnlr nit hunt Coat.
Two hundred and ftfty acres of the
picturesque grounds of the University
of Washington form the site of the
Alaska-Paclnc-Yukon exposition which
opens at Seattle next Tuesday. Scenl
cally no finer location could have
been selected. Lying between two
beautiful fresh water lakes, the
grounds present attractive stretches
of water front, tho vistas to the far
away mountains belnjr broken by
stately trees. Tho principal thorough
fare, Ralner avenue, lies In a direct
line with Mount Ralner, looming over
1 4.000 feet In the distance. Tho snow
covered Olympics and Mt. Baker, high
above the Cascade range, aro also In
plain sight from the grounds.
In the grouping ot the buildings
and the whole ensemble, the irreatest
care has been used from the very
start to produce an effect that would
be harmonious as a whole, and one
suited to the natural surroundings.
Every detail of the exposition plan
wns worked out before a single step
was taken either In the' laying out
of th grounds, or the design of the
The Free Press will give two tickets
to this wonderful exposition tn the
person polling the greatest -ote In the
travel voting contest. Then a dozen
additional tickets entitling recipient
to freo trips through the St. Irfiwrenco
valley to the Province of Quebec will
also be distributed. Tho contest Is
open to thn men and wnmn of Ver
mont. There Is still an opportunity
to enter. Does this not appeal to
This morning the candidates stand
(Ira. Cliaa. Hnrrlnglon, Poor
Farm, North Ave 47,04(1
Rntlia M. Barnes., 7 No. Union 02,83
E. Belle Thlbanlt, 1SS Bank 33,378
Mrs. l.ula J. Clcmler, 201 No,
Ira. Mary C. Itoblnaan, S2 Park
Susie Stoivrll, (16 Spruce 13,riA7
tda Brasrnrll, 13,1 LoomlSJ S.S07
Mrs. II. FrnsTlek, 5 Fletcher PI. "43
Myrtle .1. Currier, Richmond.,.. (Wl.tlW
Mrs. B. II. Cnrpenter, Colchester 47.B07
Mm. C. I. Lincoln, Underbill. .. 23,100
Mnttle C. Cox, Essex Jet 2I.J5.I2
Mrs. A. K. nrosm. No. TVill!ston I7.94H
Rthel G. Hnwtey, Jericho 1,0
Charlotte Maeck, Shelburne 12.200
Mnbel Blugbnm, Mlddlebury .. 11,300
Mrs. IV. H. Mnttbeirs, Cornwall 8,480
Adelaide F. Morrill, Wllllston . .
Mra. G. If. Chambers, TVestford
Mra. Wm. E. Harris, East Char
lotte Miss Jennie Brnsh, Cornwall. .
Slra. Hrrbert Hoire, Brldport. .
Mra. S. B. Martin, No. Ferrls
Brrthn Field, Ferrlsburgh .... 1.400
Rena .1. French, Monkton 1,203
Corn F.. Clnrke, TZ. Charlotte... 1,2(11
Mra. George Davlea, Hlnesburgh l,oni;
Mra. Kllen Mann, Jericho
F.dythe Billings, New Haven
Mra. I.auru K. riper, Mlddlebury
Jessie I. Ball, Ferrlsburgh
Cora I. Bench. Salisbury
llle Woe-ater, Whiting
Adn Brock, Bolton
Blanche Wilder, Jericho
Mine Adrian, Jericho
I'.ltaabttli Shanler, YVinooskl...
Grorglana Parlso, Wlnooskl. . . .
Mrs. Krnest Carpenter, Addison
Mra. Harry Pelllbfln, Brldport
Bertha Cochrane, Jericho
Abble Mellourall, Shelburne,,..
Gladys nenbaro, New Haven...
Hnsrl Ward, New Haven
Mrs. C. p, Jones, Johnson
Selina Oekerblad, MorrisvlUe, , .
Cecil C. flernrd, Rtchford 22.260
Jraslr B. Spooarr, Enosburgh
Mra. Cha. Martin, Montgomery 14,20
Aurella l.niuorrnux, Hlghgate. . ,401
Beryl M. Powell, Jeffersonvllle , (lier,
Anna F. Bailer, Hlghgate Ctr. 4,M8
Mrs. I C. Chase, East Fletcher 4..W3
Grace Miller, Hyds Park
Mra. W. A. Morae, Waterbury.
Irene llescbraea, St. Albans,,,
Urrtrude Brlghnni, Morrlsvllle.
Clara Suutlmrri, Fairfax 2,500
Ml Wealthy Bnrker, Water
Mrs. Addle Fol.om, Hlghgate Ctr.
Marian J. IVnkr, St Albans . . .
Orllu Thompson, Morrlsvllle,,,,
Lena A. Mnrertte, Rnkersfield . .
Grace l.lbby, Rtchford
Kiigralr I'lnuey, Morrlsvllle....
Mrs. M. Ht Thninns, Isle La Motto
Teaalc M. Hrsactt, South Hero,.
Hev. W. A. While, South Hero..
Genetn Reynolds, Alburgh ....
Alien Dodda, North Hero
Jnnira (i, Allen, So, Hero
' CLASS V.
I.ucy I). IVrklas, Rutland
Boxy K. Sumner, Brandon
Bertha A. Rotrell, Randolph....
Mra. E. I.. Mnrshnll, Rralnlrre .. 4.B00
Alice R. Welrh, Bethel 1.S0O
Hoxy nadirs, Brnlntree 1,021
Olive Guslien, Bralntren Loot
Stella Stone, Newport Center,, r.OO
Catherine Cnprn, Brandon BOO
C. C. Glrnrd, 76 Monroe , .Tt,(l,-,0
Fred Mower, 16S North Union I220
Hnrry J. Andreas, Id No. Bend. 707
John Wllsoa, Jr., S5 Mansileld
n. .. Irish, LI Orcnn .nn
Cnnt, O. II, Pnrker, 24 Converse r.ns
John qnlnn, 73 Pitkin noo
J. H. Bnrrltt, Metropolitan Life
Insurance Co r.OO
Leonard Lafoml, Oak street.... .-,00
Itnlph C. Holmes, Mlddlebury. . 24.701
Selh Johnson, Willlston 34,2Kt
J. A. Ilnrtey, Knosnurgh
Jesse T. Moody, Stowo
Prof. Rdnln Green, Rhhfnrd,
Rev. II. If. While, Addison...
Will A. Shnltiick, Bristol....
William Hunter, St. Albans..
Win. II. Mncnniher, West ford
IB, 1 00
Howard Bromley, IILaesburgh.,
F. W. Splccr, Knosbnrgh. . . . . . .
Hnrry K. Crnven, Barre ,
Fred Abbey, Ksse.x
Xnrmnn Footr, Mlddlebury
Charles Steele, Hlghgate Ctr...
II. Staunton Wooilinnn, Wnlthnm
I.. A. Brown, Jericho
George Herring, Randolph Ctr.
Albert Clnrke, Hlghgato Ctr...
Chns. F. Nenly, Jericho
W. R. Woodruff, .Terlcl
Wnlter Clark, Ferrlsburgh ....
Hnrold Hoard, Watervlll
DIRECTOR NORTH IS OUT.
F.. Ilnnn tlurnnd Appointed to Snecei-d
Him nn Director of tin- Census.
Washington, May :, s N D Nm'-
director of til" census, has tendered his
uslgnatlon to President Taft and It was
accepted to-dav. B. Dana Durand. der
nty commission?!- of corporations t
bfen named to succeed him.
North's resignation Is the rt'rect rem '
of his recent controversy, w'tb Srre
tary of Commerce nnd Labcr Nigel '
had been supposed up to w'tb ,i t in a
few days that the controversv hetwpcr
Secretary Nagel and Director N'Vth ' id
been amicably adjusted. Friciion e
tween tho two continued, howevr, nn
at last Secretary Nagel put the ma"r
f-nuarely up to President Taft sty'r-g
that either he or North would '-ave ti
leave the service, the continuance o" ex
Ming conditions between them bei g
Director North hld to the bel.e' t?
lh census bureau was an independent
Institution nnd that he was responr"1'"
only to the President A congresslent
enactment put the census bureau under
the department of commerce and 'a
however, and Secretary Nagel fe" t'-v
In spite of the great powers conferred '
Congress upon the director 'ha' nm1 s
should be subordinate to th cablne' offl
cr In charge of the departmen It in
because of this friction thtt D'recto
North was finally forced to step out.
STATEMENT BT NORTH
Mr .North, upon being asked if he hid
anything to say as to the causes leading
up to hs resignation, caused to be issued
a statement, in which he said:
"I have become convinced by "
events of the last few weeks that It
! Impossible for me to secir-e h
c-cperatlon between the v - ,
(fr.sus and the department ' -r
snd labor which Is esjential f- " s
cessful administration of
during such a critical period i- 'f
nlal census of the United Sts'e. ve
hevn therefore that public int -er " 1
mv own pr'vate interests as u-e'1 i e,
best subserved bv my resl-iit1'-office
of director of the census i
I have accordingly rendered to the s
"It Is profoundly gratifying to nv htt
rhe Tork of the census bureau has w-"i
the confidence of the statlst'ians and
scientists of thn country.
"t have under consideration a bus)
ness arrangement aoout whlh announ e
merit may be mnde later on."
LORIMER ELECTED SENATOR
Ills Victory F.ffected by n Cnnlltlon of
Repiibllcnns nnd Democrats.
Springfield, in Mav 26 -Congress-
532)man Wm. Lorlmer of Chlcazo is the
junior t ntted Mates senator trim
Illinois, lie was elected on the Ofth
ballot In the joint assembly to-dav
by a coalition of 53 democratic and
55 republican votes, to till tho vn
cancy from Illinois which has existed
111 the Senate since tlie term of A'
bert .1 Hopkins, republican primary
candidate for re-election, expired on
March 4. With votes to spare, run
representative of the sixth district
Illinois broke thn senatorial dead o, U
which has existed in the -tilth Genera
Assembly of Illinois since last Ja
After the Joint session wns nv -Speaker
Shurtleff, a republican said
"The election of William Lorlmer is
due to his popularity, his ability to d
things for the State and for the deep
waterway movement with which he
so closely allied and the absurd ru'
of plurality or a minority r..ntrl r,
The hreaklng of the deadlock was
not permitted to pass w,Mtho-i' rvcitmar
Incidents Former Lieut. -Gov. Nortb
cott, a Hopkins leader, who is now
United States district attorney nt
Springfield, wns dragged from th
main floor of the House by House po
liceman for lobbying on the tloor.
LUX IN TKNP.BRIS.
Mother "The preacher this evening
made a very eloquent plea for those who
sit In darkness."
Father (with a gesture towards par
lor) "Well, 1 think ours are having a
pretty good time1"
One Vote For
Who la n resident nt
1. O. Address
This Coupon good for One Vote If
candidate Is nlrrnd entered nnd r00
Votes If a urn cnnilldiite.