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THE HUKLINGTON FREE PRESS AND TIMES: TFiTRSDAY, MAY 27, 1909.
HAPPENINGS IN VERMONT
(Coudnii'd from 3rd ma.)
Uvea in town till plioiit four years ngo.
Sho leaves three children, Mis. C. S.
Parker of this town, Mrs. Chiulcs Allen
of Enosburgh mill Howard H. llc.vd (if
Hakersflcld with whom she always liv
ed. John Itaxeudnle, Jr., wns at home
from the t V. M. over Sunday. Ed
ward Gcimuln has returned from Three
Rivets, Mass. Mr. tuid Mrs. I.. O. 1-Jbby
visited In Newport over Sunday. Mrs.
C S. Parker Is In Bnkersllcld, called
there by the Illness and death of her
mother.- White llny.rl and Mildred 1. um
bra and tiny Fudviih were coming to
school trom North Hill Tuesday, a Inrge
hear crossed the load Just ahead of
GRAND ISLE COUNTY,
The Rev. J. S. Allien will deliver a
Memorial sermon nt the Methodist
Church Sunday morning, Mny TO. There
will be speclnl music by the choir. All
the old soldiers, soldiers' widows, and
pons and daughter of veterans are invit
ed to be present. There are a few oases
of measles In town. Mrs. Clara Stevens
Of Essex Junction is the guest of Mr.
rnd Mrs. Stevens. The Junior Christ
ian Endeavor entertainment wus well at
tended Friday evening. Maple Lawn
Academy students entertained a party
of T M C. A boys of Burlington Sat
uirta. ISLE LA MOTTE.
Miss Rose I.aRombard Is home from
Burlington for a week. Theodore Fleury
hps returned from Ponghkcepsle, ,". Y.,
whore lie has Just completed his course
in the business college. Mrs. BHokburn
and son of New Jersey are hoarding at
The !..-.'! Irs' Aid of Crand Isle will
ineet w.t'i Mr. and Mis-, lirlggs at tlm
Island V :!i Thuisday, June 3.-.MI
Helen M.icoinher is visit, ng her brother,
Kphra'.i Mnconibor -Mrs. Marlcttc Gen
d'n w II leave this week for Corinth
I'.at, X II -Mrs. Branch Is recovering
from the measles.
The Crescendo clib will mee; with
Mrs.. V G. I.eas Friday evening, a
memorial meeting - Saturday veplng
the Sons of Veterans will present llio
four act comedy drama t'nelo Rube,"
at the Imwh hali. The ladle.s of the cem
etery association will servo dinner and
supper nt lintel Melendy The itev. H.
K. Ilurnoil will deliver the Memorial day
address 2i at th- town hall. Mrs. I).
F. Atwood, who spent seernl days here,
has returned to St. Albans. Mr. and
Mrs. Ft i d McN'ally have moved to Wol
eott. where he has employment In a
store.-Mis. Flandreau, who was called
to Gulldliall several weeks ago by the
oerlous Illness of her mother, Mr.-. Rich,
la still helping care for her. Mr. and
Mrs. J W. Green nie visiting In Bur
lington. -Memorial exercises by the gind
ed school will be held in the school build
ing Friday afternoon. The pupils have
raised the money for a flag, which is
hoped will .11 rive before that date. Dert
llelendy was sevcicly bitten In the
shoulder and arm by a virions horse and
camo near losing his life, but for the
timely help of neighbors, who rushed
to his aid.
Vernon and Fay Darling are building a
large round barn on heir farm. Miss
Bessie Martin is at home from Montreal
lor her vacation Miss Carrie Poor passed
Sunday In Morrlsville, the guest of ner
Bister, Mrs. Wllmer Warren. A son was
born to Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wheeler,
Jr., May 20. A. A. Darling and daugh
ter, Miss KJIle, are visiting relative-! In
Montpeler. The W. K. C. will furnish
hot coffee at the ft. A. R. hall to the
veterans' Memorial day. A son wns born
to Mr. and Mrs. Fved McNally May si.
Charles Wells has finished work for the
Morse Manufacturing company and will
go to Montpelier. Mrs. Hannah reck of
aiorrlsv llle wns thn guest of Mrs. Maria
Mudgett Monday A son was born to
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Humphrey Mny 2t.
Mrs. F. H. Morse passed Monday In
Momsvdle.- Miss (Trace Golden return
ed from Uttleton, X. II. , Monday night.
M, J. I.each Is changing thn Interior
arrangement of the looms In his house
and putting in dormer windows,
Buel Thomas has moved to Rurlinctnn.
Mrs. Mary Westcot was In Morrlsville
Friday Merl Miller has moved to Bel
vldoro. J. v. Stevens was In Hurllngton
Monday - Eugene Tlllotson was at homo
from Fairfax over Sunday. H. It. 1IU)
was In Hurllngton Monday, -Arthur Ad
ams has moved to Elmore wheru ho has
a position. Mrs, A. I.. I.araway went to
fit. Albans Monday where she will re
main through the week. KYnnk Leech
lias bought the tenement house near the
postcfllce of J V. Stearns. A. U I.ara
way is on n business trip to Hartford,
Conn., and Bo3ton, Mass.
Mrs. Cieorge Gaines and llttlo son of
Enosburgh are the guests of her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Lang. -Mrs.
Alberta Smith has been spending rever.il
days nt W M Smith's. Miss Ardlo Grif
fin spent Sunday at home, H. X. Good
win and I.. H. Whipple of L'nderhlll were
in town Tuesday, The 25th anniversary
rf the W. R. C. was observed at the G.
A. It. hall Tuesday, Mlss Marlon Newton
spent Sunday with Miss Stella Mirain-ber.-
The supper given by the married
men at the Congregational Church
Thursday night was well attended, about
g being realtied. There will be a Mem
orial day service at the CnngTcgntlonal
Churmch Strfiday evening. The Tlev. H E.
Harned or Jeffmrsonvllle will speak.
Mr. and Mrs. V7 J. Gallup of Under
bill are spending several days in town.
"Mr. Hob," the comedy drama, which,
was to have been presented by local tal
ent tinder the auspices of the First Con
gregational Church Saturday evening.
May 29, has been postponed until some
time In the near futUTa owing to the
Inability of one of the characters to be
present that evening,
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Frit Prtst Printing Ct.
A lively program was carried out at
the lirldge St 1 1 et Mending club social at
Mis. C. F. Kildy's Friday evening and a
neat Film was realized for tlio street
lamps, The club hoa sustained six lamps
for four oius, adding much to the con
venience of those residing in that part
of the village. Herbert H. Straw was
tin own trom his farm wagon Saturday
and his right arm and shoulder were sev
An Intel estlng service was held nt West
Hianrh Church Sunday for the Instruc
tion of the chltdien, many of whom were
piescnt. A patriotic sermon was preach
ed by the Itev. J. tj, Angell. Miss Louise
Chnpln has been unahlo to teach for
several days on account of Illness. Miss
E'.vu Wnrron substituted for her Mon
day Mrs. EmllV Stockwell of Rochester
Is visiting her cousin, Mrs. Theodoslu A.
Clair. -Archibald W. Hillings of Morrls
ville was at home over Sunday. Mr. and
Mrs. T. A. (louglnss returned Monday
fiom n two weeks' visit In lloston and
vldnlly. Mr, and Mrs. M. M. Munii,
who have been nt the homo of his par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Munn, for scv
ornl weeks, returned Monday to Sarnnne.
Lake, X. V. Ira Munn accompanied them
to Watcrbllt y, X base ball game be
tween Stowe. high school nnd Lamoille
Central Academy ten ma Saturday nftcr
t.oon lesulted In n score of 5 to 1 In
favor of the visitors. Mr. and Mis.
N. It. Kaiser are visiting In Greensboro.
Mrs. Lysander Harrows has been ill
far some time with rheumatism,
While driving late Monday afternoon
rear C. F. Eddy's residence. 11. E.
Shaw drew rein sharply to avoid a large
team when the hits parted leaving mat
ters In control .of the horse, a high spir
ited animal, which began to tun. The
light wheels of the buggy struck a bnnk
aril Mr. Shaw wus thrown out leaving
his daughter, ltuby nnd Catheiln, the
l.ttle daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glen
Cole, both eight or nine years of ago,
Ir the buggy. Through Bridge street to
Main and thence to Mr. Shaw's stable,
making two sharp turns and resisting all
n!niits to slop him, the horse ran at a
furious rate, the little girls cllnglnt !
each other and the seat sci earning In
tenor. Reaching the stable, lhith dn.ors
of which were closed, the horse dashed
through the smaller one, clearing Itself
f em the harness, ami leaving the buggy
ot-t.s'de with the little girls still clinging
'o the seat uninjured except from fright.
.Mr. Shaw was shaken and bruised but
nut seriously Injured. The illiectnis of
the Mt. Mansfield electric railway held
Cell annual meeting at the Akelev Me
lt orial building Tuesday, re-electing the
i.Mi utlve board named nt the recent re
o. g.-inlz.itlon of the compinv -A gime
let ween Johnson and Stowe liK-h school
teams .Monday nftei prion resulted In a
stole of 7 to n In favor u-" t!i" vitors
The ladles of the Mi n 'l.-", church
served supper at the e.u" Wednesday.--Mr.
and Mrs. Richard V;,,i o' KsspX
J.iretion have visited the1! -i-ln. Mr".
Stella Luce, this week. Cli.irl'.i Taber
ef Xew York city Is a guest at Four
Winds farm. Miss Ksther Marshall has
ti turned to Waterbnry Center and will
!ii'.o lier mother, Mrs. Malinila Mar
shall, there this week. F. J. Hlllln&s was
in Morrlsville Tuesday to attend the j
hearing of his sun, A. W. Hillings.
At the annual meeting of the Mt. '
Mansfield Klectr.c Railway company
Tuesday, the Morrlsville wntr boaid pre
sented a proposition to furnish water
power which H under consideration hy !
tin directors of the company. There
will be union memorial Sunday scivlec
Sunday morning at 10:4.1 o'clock nt t'nity
Church with sermon hy the Rev. J. 1M
wnrd Wilght of Montpelier. The observ
ii pep of Memorial day Monday will bes'ln
with decoration of the soldiers' graves In
the West Branch cemetery at ten o'clock
by the members of II. I'. Smith Host,
accompanied by Stowe Milltery band. At
11:30 the graves In the village remote rv
v. II be, decorated. Dinner will be served
liv the Woman's Relief Corps at noon,
after which the maich wHl be taken to
River Hank cemeterv wheie the ritual
sei vices for the day will be carried out.
Returning, the nddres of the day will
be given at the Akeley Menu rial hulld
'.ng hy Horace F. Graham ef Craftstniry.
"Diamonds and Hearts." the high
school play so successful In It" first pie
MT.tr.tlon, will be repeated at the Akeley
Memorial building Friday evening for
the benefit of the senior class fund c.
i, Hurt is In Boston I'. S. Hnardman
.us In Hyde Park Tuesday The regulir
meeting of Mans-field Mountain Grange
Saturday afternoon will be devoted to
Our Soldiers." The lecturer's hour Is
open to the public and the G. A. Tt. Post
ar.d Woman's Relief Corps nie especially
invited. Commander H. G. Thomas will
idve an address. -Joseph Sns'der of Bos
ton Is visiting his mother, Mr', L H,
Tomllnson. A son was born Mny 22 to
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Camley. William
S. l adv and Marv Saunders were mar
ried by Justice C. M. Watts, May 2o.
Mrs. Lincoln and son and daughter,
Harold and Helen, of 1'nderhld have been
guests at S. L. Dewey's this week, S.
L. Dewey has purchased nn auto buggy.
Mis. F. E. Stafford entertained a small
five hundred party Tuesday evening,
Dr. Marvin Goddard of Albany was In
town Saturday, -.Miss Georgia JhcIisou
and Sehna Strong spent Sunday In Hur
llngton. Irwin Lllley visited In i'uilin--ton
and Burro the latter part of lust week.
Miss Mable Collins spent Sunday at
Centervllle. Fifteen couples attended the
haso ball dance at tho gymnasium Fri
day evening. Mis. A. L. Gnddaid and
M's. K, G. Page were In Hurllngton Satur
day. Raehutn McMahon of Stowe was in
Mrs. Matilda Powell Ik bavlng a house
built on the ground purchased of W. II.
Kmery. C. O. Hlake Is doing the work.
-JMrs. Fred Sanville, vho has been 111
with bronchial pneumonia, Is slowly
gaining, -The live nbsent soni and
diiightors of Fred Sanville were called
home on account of the Illness of thelj
trnthci." Hnrl Tucker nnd family are at
home from Coventry, where they bne
been for a few weeks. Herbert Lucas
nnd George Klsworth, with their faml
hef,,, were In Coventry last week to nt-
ti nd the funeral of their wtve's sister.
Mr. and Mrs. Onlas Whlttemore have
returned from their visit In Glover,
Harlan Shntturk Is progipsslng lapidly
on his cottage at tho hike. The Itev.
Mr. Cnoledge attended the preachers'
meeting held in Hyde Park this week.
Mrs. Augusta Waterman, wife of thi
lnte Heman A. Wnterninn. one of
Johnson's Influential men, died Wednes
day morning. Mrs. Wntormnn was xo
years of aite. Sho was obliged to kIvo
up the actlvo duties of her household
soma 30 years ago from the effects of
rheumatism. Shu was a great reader
and wrote poetry often. Mrs. Water
man leaves two sons, Frank H. of
Minneapolis, Thomas A. of Johnson,
nnd one daughter, Lillian, who mar
ried W, I Woleh now of Waterloo, la.
Her last years wore made as comfort
uble as a loving sou and hl.H wife could
make them, The funeral arrange
ments aro waiting the arrival of her
son from Minneapolis who Is expcoitii
Miss Lillian Flsk, who Is studying art
In New York, arrived home Friday for
her summer vacation. li. 11, Vancor re
turned from Boston Sattmlay. Mrs,
Georgo Ames of Walllngford, who Is vis
iting her mother, Mrs. O. D. Choate, Is
ill. Mrs. A. P. Boyco of St. Johnsbury
Is the guest of Mrs, J. T. Kelsey.-Mrs.
Laura Titus of Hnrdwlck visited her
mother, Mis. Ann Irish, Saturday. Dr.
J. A. Robinson returned Friday from
The Weirs, N. H. Mrs. Robinson went
to Hlllsboro Bridge Friday to remain
over Sunday with her mother, Mrs. KHz
cheth Collins. Frank T. Goodell and
child went to llurlington Saturday to see
Mrs. Goodell yho Is at the Mary Fletch
er hospital. -Mrs. W. F. Sherman and
Mrs. Fred Ober nnd son were In John
son Saturday, guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Parker. Mrs. Huldah Morse went
to Jeffersonvllte Saturday for a stay of
several weeks with her son, L. H. Morse.
Mrs. L. V. Olmstend, who has eared
for Mrs, Morse, returned to Hnrdwlck
Saturday. Miss Maud Moulton went
Pi.turday to Concord, N. II., to visit
friends. Fay Tinker has finished a four
Mars' course at Jefferson Medical Col
lege in Philadelphia and arrived home
Saturday. Jefferson Spnuldlng Is home
from Johnson nfter a two weeks' visit
with his dnughtr,-, Mrs. C. H. Gates
Mrs. Mattle Jones of Manchester, X. It.,
li helping In the ire of her sister, Mrs.
Henri' Slienvln. 'Miss .Mary Shaw returned
to Wnterbury Saturday. Principal and
Mrs. W. A. Hcebn will give a reception
Friday evening In honor of the class
Mrs. H. J. Ishnm and daughter, Miss
Jennie, passed Sunday In Fast Fair
field with her mother, Mrs. H, S. Ish
nm. Mrs. C. C. St. Clare went to
Greensboro Monday, where she will he
the guest nt the cottage of Mr. and
Mrs. V.. C. Kinney. -Mrs. Ihnlly
Towno pnsded Sunday . In Hardwlck
with her daughters, .Mrs. James Clark
and Mrs. F.. M. Davis. The horse of
Joseph Towle became frightened At an
automobile Saturday, throwing Mr.
Towle out. He was badly bruised nnd
shaken up. Mr. Towle Is confined to nls
bed as a result Mrs. Kate Gllberr
of Ludlow Is here for an extended
visit with her sister. Mrs. Crn Whip
ple. Miss Hli die Vancor and niece,
Marlon Grlswnld of Hurllngton, pass
ed Sunday with Mr. and Mis. E. H.
Vancor. Mrs. A. AV. Stone went to
Burlington Mondav for ""a few days
stay.--Mr. nnd Mrs. George H. Little
returned tt Hurllngton Monday.
Xoyes O. Slayton returned to Amherst
college Monday. Mr. and Mrs, K. P.
Wondhuiy returned to Burlington
Mondny after visiting Judge nnd Mrs.
George M. Powers. Mrs. Hannah Peck
was In Wolcott Monday. Mr. and
Mrs. Wllmer Wniren entertained Sun
day their fister, Miss Carrie Poor of
Wolcott. II If. Olmstead was nt home
from St. Johnsbury over Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Durand Drake of Sharon,
Mass., who have tented the Dr. W. T.
S.ayton cottage on Iil;e Lamoille for
the summer, ai rived hero Monday. Mrs.
Kate Winter came Monday from Hos
toi for an extended stay. Mrr. F. Iyivls
end niece, Mrs. n. G. Whlttemore, and
con, Lawrence of Dorchester, Mass., are
ruests of Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Keeler.
Mrs. K. K. Foster went to Burlington
Tuesday for a several days' stay. Mrs.
K. W. Webster was In Hurllngton Tus
day. 'Mis- Nora Scofleld and daughter,
Dorothy of Hyde Park were vlsllois hero
Tuesd.-ij . Mrs. N. B. Klalr went to St.
Dr. W. T. Slaj ton is fast developing
Lake Lamoille Into a summer resort. He
has completed a cottage, has another un
der construction, and Is contemplating a
third. The new cottages ale beautifully
located, aie equipped with electric lights,
plumbing, flue spring water under high
pressure. A telephone and a small garden
already planted i furnished with each
cnttnee. Mr. Durent Drake (A. M., Har
vard, IPS) and Mrs. Drake of Sharon,
Mass , are In one of the cottages for the
.summer. M-. Diuke is a literary man, son
of Mr. Diake of the Youths Companion
stafT, and a clou- fihnd of Prof. Altrt
Parker Fitch, dean of the Andover
Theoloclral i chool.-The, Rev. C f.
St. Clan; went to Giiensboro Tuesday
and I" a gii"st of Mr. and Mrs. !'. C.
Kinney. -Miss Mcrtle hltney of Cam
biidge, who was obllg-'d to leave school
some weeks ago on account of Illness, Is
the guest of Mr. and Ilrs. K. II, Htnds
until utter ''ommencenient Mr. and Mrs.
W. n. Worthen relumed Tuesday
from CuW nnd P:. Johnsbury c. ti, A.
Staff rd was callrd to I3.iit Montpelier
Wednerdaj . Ml s. H.irrie Gravlln went to
St. Julinsnury Wednesday for a several
days' stay with her mother, 11.-S. Delia
nmerson.- J. J. Jackson was In Bur
lington Wednesday.- IMson Plnney of
Wolcott was here Wednesday T. C.
Cheney will address the graduating class
nt Island Pond Juno 1I. Dr. George L.
Hates will deliver the Memorial day ad
dress nt IMen Monday. Frank Small Is
able to he on the street after a long Ill
ness W. S. Cheney Is 111 with neuralgia
around the heart H. C. Hoyt was In
Wolcott Wednesday. Cards are out an
nouncing the mnrilaqe of Clarence Day
and Miss Ruth Story June !, nnd Fred
Patch and Miss Orpha Story June 18.
R. R. Wood is again seriously 111. The
Rev. George D. U'eljs, a former pastor,
wns a guest at George D. Hyzor's over
Sunday. -Ah Fred n.Uon and W, C.
Bolln were painting from a staging Mon
day, th ladder broke, letting Katun fall
to the ground, a distance of Zo feet. No
bones were broken, but he was badly
shaken. Bolln escaped hy clinging to
the lopes. Mr. and Mrs. Josi-ph Masse
of Montreal are visiting his uncle., Wil
li ed Ma.s.e.-K. ('. Bickford Is' taking a
vacation from his work at the White
('loss factor). L. J. LaBounty wns un
nl b to attend to his blacksmith linsl
p ss last week because of neuralgia.
Mrs. Noah Gianger, who has been sick
foi some time, is worse and her condi
tion Is crlllcnl.
Ie.vl Parker was In Woodstock. N. H.,
over Sunday. Mr. P. A, Ilralnerd Is ser
iously ill Willi appendicitis. -Dr. W. S.
Col was in St, Johnsbury Saturday.
Cnailes Quimby has a position in the
furniture stoio of A. 13, Hale, Mrs.
David HlakeJy has returned from Chicago
and .Vow York, where she haa been for
several months and has opened her home.
Miss Murrla Wlnshlp Is taking a 10
days' vacation from her work In tho
pOKtofllcc, and Is the guest of Mr, and
Mrs, C. W. King at Island Pond. -Mlfcs
Frances Simpson has gone to Boston
and ProUdnnee for a fen- weeks. J. O,
Hnle, Jr., of Brooklyn, N, Y was the
guest of his hiother, A. K, Hale, last
week. Mis, Callsta Jonc Is seriously ill,
-Mss Hlla Mori III has commenced work
us clerk In Dm store of Hunt it JerV'tts -Mis
K H Fuller of Mt Vernon, -. Y
Is visiting her daughter, Mrs L, A
Memorial Sunday was ntfproprlately ob
served Sundny afternoon with the cus
tomary extra meeting. The service was
held at two o'clock In Bethany Church
with It pastor, tho Itev, Frazer Metzgcr,
officiating. John Mead arrived Saturday
night from a several months' nbscnen
In New Hngland, N. D..K. N.
HayeH has purchased a large fruit farm
in tho outskirts of Springfield, Mass,,
and iwe.nt there Wednesday. After grad
uation Mrs. Hayes and daughters will
Join him. Col, A. tl. Chandler of Brook
lyn, N. Y., is among the Into arrivals.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Curtis are In camp
at Greensboro for two weeks. Mr. and
MrB, Henry Glfford of Rochester aro
guests at J. M. Atwood's.
An exciting wrestling match was held
Satuidny evening, consisting of three
bouts. The feature of the evening was
thf' second meeting between Young Ootch
end James Frcebourn, catch-as-catch-car"
Young Ootch throwing Freebourn
twice. Mr. and Mrs. Tlert Roberts nnd
Miss Bertha Harris returned to Gays
vlllo and Mt. Holly Monday after be
ing the guests nt C. Ingulls'st.- W. A.
Mcintosh spent Sunday In Montpelier.
Fred Chatfield of Montpelier was a
Sunday guest in town.
Tho funeral of Mrs. Mary P. Chamber
li'ln, whose death from pneumonia oc
curred Sunday evening, was held yesterday
ijfternoon nt two o'clock at the home of
the. daughter, Mrs. Arthur Putnam, Mrs.
Chamberlain wns born In Barnard, 63 ycasr
ago and was married there 50 years ngo
to Daniel chamberlain, who one month
Ufa loft for Loyulton, S. D. Mrs, Cham
berlain Is survived aside from hr hus
band by the daughter, Mrs. Putnam,
with whom she had enjoyed a home thn
fast 1.1 years, and i son, Ned Cham-be-laln
of Springfield, Mass. Mrs. A. N.
Angell was called to Harre Tuesday by
the Illness of her sister. Mrs. O. J.
Howes. Mrs. Or.i Copeland icnt Tues
day In Northfleld.
At two o'clock yesterday afternoon, the
funeral of Mrs. Daniel Chamberlain was
held at the home of her daughter, Mrs.
Arthur Putnam, with tho Rev. Fraier
Metzger in charge. The Interment was
made in South View cemetery. Those
present from out of town were the son
of the deceased. Ned Ohamberlaln. and
her son-in-law, Arthur Putnam, of Spring
field, Mrss., Mr. nrd Mrs. Roy A. Newvllle
of Keene, N. H., Mr, and Mrs. Charles
Waldo and Mr. and Mrs. Austin Perkins
of Bethel, Miss Hlda New city Is spend
ing a short vacation In Montgomery,
Mrs. A. T. Worth'n of Richmond is visit
ing in this vicinity.
Mrs. S. S. Clark died Tuesday morning
nt the sanitarium from the effects of
apopletlc shocks, aged 75 years. Mrs.
Clark was formerly a milliner here, but
retired about five years ago. She Is sur
vived by one daughter. Miss Laura
Clark, a teacher In Smith College; one
alitor, Mrs. Martin Llnfleld, of Braln
rreej two brothers, Avery and Charles
R'rhnrdson. both of Braintree. The fu
neral services are to be private and to
be held at her lnte home on Central
street Thursday morning at nine o'clock.
Interment will be made In Ludlow. The
home of the Rev. and Mrs. Joseph Ham
ilton was the scene of a very pretty
wedding Tuesday, when their youngest
daughter, Alice Lo1nn, was united In
Harold Perkins of Woodstock. The
couple wns married nt high noon under
a beautiful nTch by the bride's father,
the Rev. Joseph Hamilton, assisted by
the Rev A. L. Cooper. The hrldesmald
was .Miss Marguerite Stone of Montpelier
who was dressed in blue silk and carried
a bouquet of white carnations. The
b'lde was very attractively dresed In
white embroidered chiffon and carried
a shower borjuet of bride roses. After
the ceremony, a lunch was served, after
t, hieh the bridal couple went for a short
wedding trip. They wllfreslde in Wood
stock, where the groom is the first as
sistant In the postoffire. Those from
away were P. J. Hamilton nnd family of
Woodstock- Mr. and Mrs. IS. P. Hamil
ton of St. Johnsbury: R. Hamilton of
St. Johnborv; Miss M C. Hamilton of
Mcntpeller; Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Perkins
of Rrlrtg"nter, Mrs. R. V. Perkins of
Fnoshurgh Falls, Miss M. D. Stone of
Montpelier: Mrs. W. S. Smlthers of
Montpelier: Miss L. R. Vane of Wood-
i i'ii; .miss .Nancy w incn or .Mnri-
The grand Jurors drawn for sri-vlce at
the ensuing June teTin of Orange county
court are as follows: Bradford, Harvey
W. Katon; Braintree, Avery E. Flint;
lirookfield, John B. Perham; Chelsea,
l'red C. Waldo, George A. Tracy; Cor
inth, William II. Thompson: Falrlee, Os
cr.r N. Renfrew; Newbury, David
Jv-ock; Orange, Reuben Ixird; Randolph,
Homer W. Vail; Strafford, Benjamin F.
Quimby; Thetford, N. II. Porter; Tops
ham, George H. Hlght; Ttinbrldge,
Henry R. Hayward; Vershlre, Vance D.'
Conant, Washington, C. G. Simpson;
West Falrlee, H. R. Wilson; Wllllame,
town, Ervln H. Martin. The names of
those who have been drnwn for service
as petit jurors are: Bradford, John I
Worthley, George W. Carleton; Hrsln
tree, Carl C. Bass, Harry A. ratt;
Hrookfield, Silas D. Newell, Charles E.
Heard; Chelsea, Wlram Morse, Don T,
McAllister; Corinth, Edwin F. Colby,
Ccrydon Fellows; Falrlee, H. U Rice,
C. H. Jackinau; Newbury, Hale G.
Bailey, C, C. Scales; Orange, George J.
Ccok, Frank Ladd; Randolph, Henry
Gilbert, George Goodrich; Stafford.
George II. Moore, It. H. 1omb; Thetford,
It. S. Howard, C. A. Emerson; Tops
bnm, Roney K, Hood, Harry R. Miles;
Tun'brldge, Benjamin Tucker, Edgar W.
Howell; Vershlre, Chester D. Grant, E.
O Hradbury; Washington, Rufus K. Ab
bott. A, L. Patterfcon: Willlamstown,
Wesley M. Seaver, James S. Hopkins. -Mrs.
John H. Atwood, who has been
spending the winter in Shaion, Mass.,
nccompanled by her son. Fred, arrived
In town for the summer last week nnd
opened her house on Maple street, Her
rlrter, Mrs. Alice T. Hndle, who recent
ly arrived from a two j cars' trip In
France and Italy, came on Friday to
stay during the summer. John M. At
wood came up from Boston to spend
Sunday, The three llrst days of last
week were marked by the deaths of
three well-known cltiiens, David Emery,
ai.cd over 91, who die 1 Sunday night, Dr.
Aithur H. Smith, aged S", who died Mon
cU forenoon, and Charles Moulton, aged
7.1 years, who died on Tuesday evening.
Mr, Emery was a prosperous farmer liv
ing on the Washington stage rond, Two
sons, Walter H, of Chelsea, and Albert
1!, of Montague, Mass., and Miss lfcise,
a daughter, survive his wife having died
some years ago, Mr. Moulton was a
well-known farmer living on Wnat Hill.
- Donald L. Comstock, clerk for J. A. R.
Corwln Son during the last year, has
finished work and niti leave town,
Clarence II. Corliss le't town last week
for a summer's employment nt the Sin
clair House In the White Mountains.
The real estate of the Ira 8. Thompson
estate has been sold by the administra
tor to the widow, Mrs. Nellie E. Thomp
pon Mrs. W, p. Townsend Is spend
ing a fortnight with her friends, Mrs,
A, H, Powers and Mrs, O. 11. Copeland,
Robert P. Nell, president of an organ
H. W. ALLEN &? CO.
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as to have the appearance of being pure silk. In effect it
strongly resembles Rajah silk. Shawn in our wash goods sec
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wonderfully attractive for light, serviceable, beautiful Summer
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Wo more appropriate name could have been conceived for
this material. A luxurious fabric for many purposes. Very
fine, firm, serviceable, brilliant silk lustre that is permanent.
Comes in a wide range of beautiful colors including delicate
evening shades and black. Especially attractive for inexpen
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Wear, Jrajamas, Und erwear, etc.
Width 32 inches, price 25 cents.
An American product which has not been equalled any
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Men's Vear and a hundred uses for which most perfect
White Material can be employed.
A prominent item in the ute Goods Section to-day.
If unable to visit the Store write for samples.
32 inches wide, price 30 cents.
H. W. ALLEN &? CO.
ization known as the Brotherhood of
Railroad, Freight and Baggages Men, said
to be defunct, accompanied by a Mr.
(1-raham, was in town last week solicit
ing advertisements for a Journal. Mr.
lltaham represented that the paper was
one which benefited railroad men here.
Three advertisements were secured when
John Mulcahy of the Brotherhood of
Station Railway Kmployes exposed the
scheme saying that the Nell organiza
tion was without members here. Graham
wns forced to abandon tho field and a
close watch was kept for Nell who, how
ever, escaped unobserved. A. O.i Good
win compelled Graham to return money
Sntuiday under threat of piosecutlon.
The officials of the local brotherhood
are on the track of the men and It Is
understood that they nie wanted In
ether places to explain mattc.-s. Me
moilal day will be observed hero Satur
day, pre-metnorial services having been
held at the Methodist Church Sunday.
The proginm will be as usual with a
procession to the cemetery nt ten o'clock
and an address hv the Hon Charles A.
Prouty, Interstate commerce commis
sioner, 1n I.ane opera house at two
o'clock. O. O. Thomas, president of the
Farmers' State bank of Wabash, Neb.,
Is visiting H. O. Spauldlng. Mrs. Barnes
of Montreal Is visiting In town. The
Wilbur Holbrook faim on the 'lake
road" has been 'sold at auction for J4.IXJ
to P. A. Green. Mrs. J. K. Blanchard,
who has been visiting In Hurllngton, has
icturned. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Prouty
oi rived Saturday night to pass the sum
mer .Mr. and Mrs. 1,. E. Humphrey of
Burlington are passing a few days at
O. II. Haw son's.
Tbomas Gelo has moved from Barton
to bis place in town. Mrs. Alice Richie
nnd Arthur Austin of Springfield, Mass.,
were called here Inst week by the Illness
of their father, Adelbct t Austin. Mrs.
Orrln Hoadley was called to Hyde Park
last week by the death of her sister,
Mrs. Fred I.a Plant. The home farm of
the D, B. Curtis estate has been sld to
IrtVld Burgess Mrs. Susan Stebblns
was In Johnson Monday.-Mrs, Timothy
Dtblois has rented her farm In West
lield to her son, Alexander Deblois, who
has taken possession Mrs. Delia I.a
C lair and son, George, were In Barton
Mcnday. W. K. Bellrose has rented his
house to Willis Lockwood and moved tu
his farm tn Westtield. The Methodist
parsonage has been rented to C. C. Staji
r.ard. Cyrus Durlvago has moved luto
the house lately purchased of W. H.
Kimball. E. B. Stannard has moved
from the D. R. Curtis house into his own
house vacated by his son, Clarence,
Mrs. D. W. Hildreth of Newport visit
ed her sister. Mrs. J. B. Flint, la:-t
week, Mrs. Joslyn visited friends in
West Charleston last week. They have
finished sawing out the lumber at tho
mill. 'Mr. and Mrs. John Young and
children have returned from Manches
ter where they have been visiting rela
tlves. Mr. and Mrs. George Porter and
Dorothy hnve been killing then par
ents, Mr, and Mrs, Edward Porter ''eond offense of intoxication and was
Mrs. Barah Fox has gone to Wcstmore to ,l,let1 'I" "d costs which he paid. Mr.
scend a few weeks with her grand- hy took the pledge las t February for
daughter, Mrs. Martin Clapper Mrs. 'l year, nnd ns he broke it, he had to
Hector Moore has gone to Manchester tcrve SO eluys In the county Jnl! nt Rut
to visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs, Town laml aml whs taken there Tuesday by
have moved Into Dennis Gallop's house. l'tMcer W. B. Stsco. Mis, W. E. Iomls
has gone to Spfin-.field. Mass., where she
Mr. and Mrs, E. n, H.iver are visiting
his parents. The family of Michael Revolt-
Is greatly afflicted. The oldest son
has pneumonia, the mother Is sick in
bed, two girls are III, the youngest wllh
measles. Ther(Ms no one to care for
hem but the father who Is a d.iy labor-
'-Morris Burbank's youngest child Is
I lth th. ,m.i....m,.. h,,i.
ill with the measles -Mrs. W. S. Bob
bins received thn Intelligence of the
death of an aunt In Wheelock last Mon
day and went to attend the funeral Tues
day, The Rev, Mr. Davidson, the evan
gelist, closed a two weeks' series of meet
ings Sunday evening.-Dr. Aldrlch was
Rick In bed-the first of the week - Mrs,
Wallace Marvin Is slopping with Mr.
Mnrvln's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Delos
The band stand has been provided with
olr-ctrlo lights, and a standard or flag
pole placed In the center. The band gave
an open nlr concert Saturday evening.
Mr, and Mrs, Henry Wallt-r are visit
ing his brother, Dr, C. C, Waller. -Charles
dough, so many years employed
at the i p, R, office here, has decided to
resign and move lo California, Ills moth
er and grandmother are to go with him.
They expect to go as soon as they can
dUpose of their ptopeily.-O, A. and
Harry Place are building an addition to
their blacksmith shop on Main street.
A flr alarm was sounded Friday noon,
and the hose companies Immediately re
sponded. The flre was In the Parker A
Son mill holler room, and was extin
gulshed before gaining headway.
Mr. and Mrs. A K. Perin and Mr. and
Mrs. A. B. Cuthbertson ware cajled to
Stannsrd Saturday to attend the funeral
of their aunt. Mrs. Winchester.- George
Withers and Miss Delia Fisher were
married Wednesday by the Rev. John
Hood. The young couple are enjoying
their honeymoon at one of the cottages
at the lake Caspian I-ake Grange en
tertained about 12JS at the "Veterans'
day'' dinner and exercises at the town
hall Saturday. The afternoon program
Included an address of welcome by
Worthy Master Harrington, music, a flag
drill by 13 small children and some Inter
esting remarks hy several of the veter
ans prejent, Including Nathaniel Bur
bnnk. Curtis F.astrnan. Wyman Allen,
the Hon. C. J. Hell, J. B. Cook ejid J. D.
S. Olmstead. May 23 at th Prebytertan
parsonage, Carl Earl Ruehford and Miss
I.ena Mab'l Brown of Btannard were
united In marriage by Rev. John Hood.
N. B. Payne Is visiting in Franklin
county. An entertainment will be given
Friday evening In the chapel under the
auspices of the Congregational Sunday
Frank Dunn, who was seriously ill
last week. Is Improving.- Alex Buchanan
has finished work for the creamery,
Etta Smith was at home from Woodbury
to attend graduating exercises. The
schools In town will unite and hold their
pre-momnrial exercises In the town hall
Friday afternoon. The Rev. Mr. Rowley
will preach the memorial sermon Sunday
In the Methodist Church. Mrs, John Gil
bert was taken to the Mary Fletcher
hospital last week accompanied by Dr.
Blbby. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Taylor of
Troy visited In town last week. Mr. nnd
Mrs. John Bllton of Bridgeport, Conn.,
who has been visiting ljls sister, return
ed to their home Monday.
The Rev. C. If. Merrill, D. D of St.
Johnsbury will preach in the Congregs
tloial Church Sunday Stoddard Bates
of Derby, road commissioner for this
county, was In town Friday and con
sulted with the town road commission
er and the selectrren about wheie nnd
how to best invest ttho permanent road
n.rney, 1625. which will fix about 100 rods
The Christian Endeavor society will
hold Its semi-annual election of officers
punoay evening. About :o of the young
Mends of Harvey Hendrlx gave him a
surprise party Thursday evening. The
grand list Is $2,321.40 as against I2.2S6.69
Mrs. Sophronla Taylor, aged SS years,
fell nnd seriously Injured herself on a
Hep Monday at the home of Allle Baker,
where she lived. She died from the effect
of the fall Tuesday without regaining
cinsclousness. Iifayette Derby was be
fore Justice E. O. Cool Tuesday for the
'"HI visit i datives, Edward S. Marsh
has returned from New York city. J
Harold Fuller, who has been bend rf
tile graded school two years, has ac
cepted the prlncipulshiu for next year.
Ah the old teachers will return with the1
exception of Miss Sara G. Johnson, the
J";.'""'" '"l'"1 ir. who
, Noitliampton. Mai".
'' "'"'"sr. wlm ls been I
ho has a post
In the thlrcH
grnue, Has been glen the grammar
si pool for next year. -John II. Doblnson
Is spending this week In Rroad Albln,
N. V. Joseph H. Ncedham of Kenning
ten Is visiting his son, Charles V. Need-Kim.-C.
R, Hall of Crown Point, N. V.,
bus been spending a few dnys In town.
Miss little Sessions of Bristol Is with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Ses-slons.-Mrs.
Mary Daggett and Miss Julia
Fairbanks, who" have been guests of Mrs.
W. O, Talbot, have returned to Burling-Ion.-
William Forest of Chittenden has
moved to the R, w. Hresee farm,
Chlckenpox is breaking out among the
sihool children, -Mrs, Emma D, Howa
ntertalned ,er idy ft lends with a
bpidge whist party Tttesday.-Francls
Johnson was badly kicked by a horse
"Monday afternoon, -Captain Horton of
the Sagamore, who has been spending a
few days here, has gone to Lake Qeprge.
-MlfJes Edith Howe and Anna Smith
sio spending a week at Miss Howe's
cottage at l.nke Dunmore,
Harry Sumner of Springfield, Mass.,
Is visiting his parents, Mr, and Mrs.
Henry Sumner-Charles K. Savery has
Rone to Pltuneld, Mass,, fw a several
days' stay- The local order of Rebek
ahs will serve Ice cream and cake 8tur-
dny on the Congregational Church lawn
-The Rev. Walter Archbold Is spending
a few days In Brooklyn, N. Y. A meet
Ing of the Altar Guild of St. Thomas's
Church will be held Friday evening al
H-en o'clock. F. E. Backus In spending
a few days In Boston. A. O. Putnam of
White River Jmictlrm has e.isd tho
store on Park street, formeny occupied
hv C. M. Carienter, find will engage in
the Jewelry business.
The Rev. I. B. Finney of North Hvde
IVrk preached at the Congregational
Church Sunday ns a candidate for the
pestorate.-Dr. S. H. Newton of Rouses
Point spent Sundny hero with his
brother, Dr. J. . Newton.-Earl Bishop
and family of Fort Ann, N. X , are
spending a few days In town, visiting
kinsfolk. C. N. Jones was In Danby
iMonday.-'Mrs. D. F Southworth, who
died In Banning, Cal . last week, was a
former resident of Ilenion, a daugb'e
of the Jate A. R nnd KlUsa Farnswor'h
I.adI and was K yeais old.
Goise Holden, formerly of Windham,
has moved Into the house, vacated hy C.
E. Cahee. pre-tneniorlal exnrclses will
be hld Friday afternoon In the school
house In section 13 and It --Mildred Estey
was severelv bitten by Alonzo Derhj u
dog last week, The dog wan Immediately
killed, Mrs, Julia Johnson Is ill -.Joseph
Johnson of Meltose. Mass., and Mia.
Mary Iaih of Hague, N. V are tn
town, called here by the illness of U.clr
Intelligence was received in this Sty
Thursday of the death at Rutland of
I.ucas ijingdon Nicholas, for many years
resident of this city Mr. Nicholas
was itt years old and for several years
ha3 ben clerk at the Banquet House in
Rutland. A ejtiarter of a century ago he
became quite famous by marrying
Maelajne Anna Bishop, mother of the
once f.imous mind reader In New York
city. She Is still living In Albany, X. Y.
He was the ron of Anastaslus and Cairn
Lngdon Nicholas, a slstrn- of the late
James R. Langdon, and his father was
of the Greek nobility snd at one tlmt. a
close friend of royalty. Nicholas had
been employed In various Rutland hotels
for the psst 10 years. The body wi.s
brought to Montpelier Friday and fun
era! services were hald at four o'clock
that afternoon In the ohnpal at Greei
Mount cemetery, the Rev. IL A. Fl'n
Th order in the divorce ca.se of K"i
Hismlirev vs. George HunTphrev of
Watertniry was modlfted Thursda b
Judge 7.. S. Stanton so that the op
tionee shall pay the petitioner 120 .
first dex of the September term of Was
Ington county court. The minor children
ere In the meantime to be left in charge
of the petitionee
The Tuttle company of Rutland sen'
Thursday to Attorney-G-eneral J G
Sargent Its check for J272.U In pajmett
of the costs of the mandamus pro
eeedlngs brought by that eompar
against Horace F Graham. State atidlto;"
which wn partially heard in this city
nd Rutland and was flnallv discontinued
before It reached supreme court
A telegram Thursday announced the
death at Iajs Angelas, Cal , of Bssi.-,
the oldest daughter ef Jese Colb ,
formerly of Wnterbury nnd for marv
years manager of the Vermont Watchman
office In this city. Mis Colby's death was
due to quick consumption.
A carload of 30 new milch Holste'n
cows purchssed In this vicinity worn
shipped Thursday to Brooklyn, Conn
hy E. M. Marlow. The price paid for the,
cows ranges from $30 to $75.
On his return trip from Ner To'li
Friday mornlne, Prin. E. A Rishoo
of Montpelier Serrlniry found a rep!
to a letter he wrote to D K Pearsor
of Chicago, asking If the latter would
be content with th raising of t'10.e.io
In order to mak the beqjeat of $Vi.n'0
bv Mr. Pearson available. This reply
states that there will he no compromise,
that Montpelier Seminar must pa
every debt now hanging over it and
raise $ino,Ko In order to set the $oo,i.)
from Mr. Pearson. Dr Bishop still has
faith to believe that the total amount
will be raised.
The t-ustes of the village o' Rar
dolph are in consultation with James F.
Davidson, president of the Consolidated
Lighting company, In regard to that com
pany extending Its lines to Randolph At
present the ullage Is lighted from a.
Mrs. Oscar Lindsay died Thurdav
night after a Ions Illness with cancer,
aged 2 years She Is survived b a bus
bind and four children Her funeral
was held Sunday afternoon.
So far as tan be ascertained from the
books of the listers, the offsets in this
cltv will show an Increase over last year
of 'about tOO.twi. It is thought the In
crease In taxable propertv over that of
190S will about bnlaece what will be lost
111 taxation on the ircreae In offsets.
The funeial ef Mrs. Jane E Co
dings was held -)tiday nfternoon at he
late home In Calais, where she died Sat
urday of general debility, aged M (ea'j.
Mis. I. C Vail e.f this city was a niece
of the deceased.
Clyde C. Ulxby of Barre, a qtlarry
man, filed Saturday a voluntan pe"
tlon In bankruptcy. Ills liabilities a a
less than $1' and his assets of $W. ar
George M. Seribner Is serloush ill with
I, J. Hathawav returned here Satur
day evening after a years' study abroad.
The funeral of Mrs Austin Templeion
was held yesterday afttrnoon at ti
o'clock at the Brick church at F.ist M
peller village. Mrs. Templeion was s
years old and committed suicide by dunk
ing carbolic acid.
At the annual meeting of the vestry
of ChrW Church .Monday, the Rev.
H. A. Flint, the rertor, was granted a.
three months leave of absence to go
abroad. Mr. Flint expects to leave h.
last week in June. The delegstes to tha
uo rnnirntlon to ne ncm
16 at' St. Albans are Joseph A Veporr,
n.,,,- mlLii. W T. i"w,
l).imr and C C Roberts,
with P. F.
Blodgett, Thomas ivwey
son, Fred K. Glesson
n ml J W Flint
ns alternate'. R
B. Penny was eicci
Thomas Dewey Jun
ed senior waiden
ior warden: F. M. Nenuaii, ,"wi
F, C Olewson, treasurer.
Waller F. Goss, business manager of
the Montpelier Dally Journal, nnd Miss
Ada J. Storey were married Mmday
afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
E. G. Morey, parents of the bride, In
Wilder,' The bride was formerly a uurso
at the Man' Hitchcock hospital at Han
over. Because of the illness of the
bride's mother, Mr and Mrs. Goss will
not come to Montpelier to reside at pres
ent, A daughter wns bom Sunday evening
to Mr. and Mrs. Daniel 11. Roach,
The complete list of Instructors at
Montpelier Seminary for the cominsr
year was announced Tuesday by Dr
E, A. Bishop, the principal. Among the
changes, Miss Ethel A Robinson wlU
have charge of the short hand and
typewriting department nnd a new
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