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TIIE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS AND TIMES: THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 1909.
ONE CENT A WORD Advertising In this col umn one cent a word, each Insertion. Copy may bo changed every week. Cash In ndvanrp required No ndvortlsemont taken which Is loss than twelve words, two llnr-v Special terms to advertisers using from 2f)0 to 1,000 linos within twelve consecutive months POINTERS. OWNERS OF FARMS who wish to hlro help or to sell n farm should use this eclumn. Nearly 0,000 copies of this papT arc sold every issue nlid your advertisement would be read by many posslblo buyers. S.wtf WANTED GIRL FOR SECOND WORK wanted from Juno 25 to July 10. Mrs. W. II. Gates, 3ni Kotlth Wlllnrd stre-ot. md&wtf "FOR SALS. GUARANTEED FLY KILLER for cut tle, 11c per gallon. loron W. Stanley, Itni'tr 2 Rlchford, Vermont, r.2,w,lt. STANLEY KTF.AM AUTOMOBILE for i-.ile, V." ti odel Fonts two or four, two ill side-lamps, two headlights, generator, tools, Kirch, extra tile. Car w.is in constant use until exchanged for lir-- t ivr, is now tr. perfect running i '-.I'll i Fast, cnsy-rldlng, mid will carry f"tir people up any hill. Will demons-rate by arrangement at almost any time. A. H. Chllds. M. D., Dublin. X H. H9,fSt.w.lt. NOTICE. NOTICF. how little It costs to tell thousands of readers in many towns of Vermont what you have to sell or wiiat you wish to buy. Adver tises In the Free Tress and you will Set replies to your advertisement 23,wtf MANtFACTTRlNG BFSINKSS NF.KDS MONET 7 per cent, preferred cumula tive stock $100, share par value $100, Slock may be redeemed at option of the company nt $110 In 1913. L. 11. GotT, ! State St , Boston. 61,w4t DRINK HABIT Cured secret lj. No one neeil know It TreniTs, dizziness and alco holic craving disappear In 3 days. Permanent cute ti weeks. No habit-forming drills or narcotics. Sleep, health and appetite return. No need for sanitarium or absence fi om business. Address, ANTIHIITIIF.S CO., 1". (). Ho 2,nl Huston. Mass. A nlie little home of 3 acres, only 1 til. from this city. Good house, com fortable barn, pood water, fruit, etc. Price reasonable. A beautiful 30-eow Dog Biver valley farm. Fine set of m jilern buildings. In line repair, cost over $5,000, smooth nice fields, good sugar works well equipped, pond hill pasture, Rood wat er fruit and very pleasant: 100,000 timber to si 11. Price less than cost of hulldlngs. This Is a "peacharcna." REYNOLDS REAL ESTATE 00. 108 COLLEGE STREET. ram. ire. Tlmberlamda far ...EARLY... VERMONT EOOKS Persons navi.ij; early Vermont boots which they do not care to keep art Invited to write to J. I Southwlck, Burllnffton, Vt d&w.tf Teath Extracted Absolutely Withuut Pain. The only ofilco In Burlln;tci, where ;rou can got testh extracted whhout a particle of pain without taklnr; gas. My method Is used by no other person. No pain; no danger; no after effects lilt. I, n. IIA7.K.W Office, 1KB Pine St, lUirllnfftnn, Vt. Office hour 10 to 3. T to 8. ARSENE BOOGBER UNDERTAKER 169 Ntrth St., Til. 965. Burlington, V.. Calls answer:! Day and Night. USTATF. OF ntM'IIF.MIA A.MI LKWIS iiis.soni:jti:. STATU OF vr.ll.MONT, District of Chittenden, n, The Honorable Probate Court for tho District Aforesaid: To tho heirs and all persons inter ested in the estate of Kuphemia and J. owls '.Issonetle. lato of Hinosburgh, In said diMrlrt, deceased, GRF.F.TING ' herrus, application hatli been made to thin court In writing, by the i dnilnlstrator of the estate of Ku T .id la and Lewis Rlssonotto, late of J bin playing for license and i ntv to sell all of real estate of ii ' 1-dontH, for the payment of te , Ir-ineles mill e-hnrgos of nd- natlon. sotting forth therein tlie ' of debts line from said de tl.c elianjea of it il in i ti i k i rfi -' aril the amount of personal es ' ond tho situation of the real rs- V' hereupon, the said court appolnt- d i d ass. trued tho 12th day of July )09 nt tlie piobutn officii In Rurllng tcn In said district, to hear nnd de cide upon said application and peti tion ami ordered public notice there of to be given to all persons Inter ested therein, by publishing said or der together with the time and plae lit hearing threo weeks successively In the llnrllnirton Weekly Froo PreRS. a newspaper which circulates In tho pei,'iiiorhnod or those persons Intor-e-ted In said estate, all which publi cation:! shall be previous to the day i signed for li'iulni;. Ther1- rorc you urn hereby notified In nppeni' before sfild rourt. at the time n i il pinee nsslnne.l, then and therr h court to make your ob- jictl iyi t0 the Bl'lintlp.'f of such 11 (cure f von r -aiise. fl veil 'jMler in V band at Ilurllnir- I s d dlslrl. t this 17th dv of .1 li e , fie I M Mtfl.I I.i'K A PIN P - r.z.w.st. iiidn HAPPENINGS IN VERMONT (Continued from First Page.) prandial exercises Thomas Howard Hartley, '02, nrtcd as toastmaster and tho program wns as follows: Welcomo to the class of '00, George C. Davlcs of Dartmouth College; response. Miss Orace Vlttum; "Old Association," Miss Gertrude Heald of Iluffalo, N. V.; "Tho Retrospective," Miss Julia Heed; "The Prospect for the School," Principal F. K. Sawyer; "The Alumni," William Fair banks, Mlddletown, Conn., class of ISM; potm, Miss Sarah Foss of Kecsrvllle, N. Y. Frank I. Fish gavn a short nddrens and remarks were made by the llev. 1. A. Vezlnn nnd A. W. Norton. At the alumni business meeting officers wero elected as follows: President, Benjamin llrlstol; vice-presidents, .Mrs. .1. A Har rington, Miss Mabel Held, Archie Haven: secretary and treasuier, Miss Grace Parker; executive committee, K. W. Graves, Miss F.dnn Hall, Miss Ada Crosby and Mrs. W. W. llrlstol. M. C. and Robert Elliott of Sh"lbunio are I1STATH OF 1,11,1,1,1 .11 MA I) BOM- iiAitt), coi.cim.sTint. STATU OF VKRMONT, District of Chittenden, To all persons Interested In the cs tato of Lillian Mead Bombard, late of Colchester, in said district, deceased, Git MINTING: At a Probate Court, holden at Bur Hnjrton. -tiln nnd for the District of Chittenden, on the 22nd dav of June, 1D0D. an Instrument purporting to he the last will and testament of Ionian Mead llombard, late of Colches ter, In said district, deceased, was pre sented to the court a foresaid, for pro bate. And It Is ordered by said Court that the I2tli day of July, 1 POfi. at the Probate Court rooms In snld Burling ton, be assigned for proving said In strument; and that notice thereof b given to !I persons concerned, by publishing this order thiee week successively n tlie Burlington Wee lv Free Press, n newspaper published at Burlington, previous to tho tlmo appointed. Therefore, you are hereby notified to oppenr before said Court, at the tlmo and plaoo aforesaid, ami contest the probate of said will, If you have cause. Given under my hand at Burlington, in said district, this 22nd day of June, 1909. MARCF.LLUS A. BINGHAM. r2,w,St. Judge. COMMIHSIONF.nS' xotici:. IXnlp of Hetsey rllnlieth Shirley. 'ol"heler. The undersigned, having been ap pointed by tlie Honorable Probate Court for the District of Chittenden, Commissioners, to receive, examine and ndjust tho claims and demands of all persons agalnrt the estate of Betsey Elizabeth Shirley, late of Col chester. In said district deceased, and all claims exhibited lifoffset thereto, hereby give nntlve that we will meet for the purpose aforesaid, at the resi dence of F.. II. Porter, in the town of Colchester. In said district, on the .lid Wednesday of August and December noxt, at 10 o'clock a. in.. on each of said days and that six montlu I mm the H.th day of June A. 1). 1900, is the time limited by said court for said creditors to present their claims 10 us tor examination and allowance. Dated at Colchester, this il.n of June, A. D. 1909. JOSEPH DFPAW 11. C. TTIAYFI! r.2.w,3t. Commissioners. COJIMISSIONF.HS' .NOTICIC. IXnlc of (,'rorgr I. Wright, Ilur- iitigiiin. Til llnrlAialrn...l V. .. I . ..('t'.'....M, nj lev I I, 'li.ii il ill l-niunil Court for the District of Cnlttenden, commissioners to receive, examine and ntinh.ia.t 1... .1... I,. v.. . injur,! me ci.-iinis nnu oenianus or all persons against the estate of George 1). Wl-I -lit Into ,,f I'n,-ll,,l..., l ....i l district, deceased, and all claims c x- iuoiu',1 in ruset thereto, herebv glv notice tlmt U'e n'ltt im..! r,. n pose aforesaid, at the office of A G. Whltteinore. In the cty of l!ui llngton, in said district, on the third FMtl.ivs of July and Deceinhci- next, ,"t 10 o'clock a. ni on each of Mid davs and mm mix inonins irom the tsth dav of June, A. D. 190I. is the time- limited by Sllld court t'nr wn 1.1 1 1 sent their claims to us for examina tion nnu allowance. Dated at Burlington, this lSth dav of June A. D. 1909. A. G. WHlTTF.MOItK, T7. ti ltnecTnv ft 2, W,3 1 Com Ml t Hslntt nrc MSTTn OF I'F1'l.lt MM, 1, Fit, simi.- ni'iiM:. BTATE OF VERMONT. Diitrlet of CTilt- icnucn. Tr, nil nerenna , t ... ... .... . .-i-.i.-- r-, ,,-U ,n lM(, ,,S. tate of Peter Miller, late of Shelburnc, in riiiiu uiMirii.-i., neei'aseo. t GREETING: At a. Probate Court, holden at Rurllna ten Within nrirf Ca. I V.. 111.. . -1 , . . den, on the 21st day of June, "' " ninruineni purporting to be tlie Inst ,-ltt nn1 ncn.n.., . r r "... . . Hutu i in i-eier Mlllcr, Into of .Shelburne. In said dis trict, deceased, was presented to tlie court aforesaid, for probate. th 19 l or.rle,;d by said Court that - - . - -'-. iuij, iu;i, in me Probate Court rooms In said nurllniHot:, be assigned for proving said Instru- uir-ui. nnu mm nonce tnereof be given to all persons concerned, by publishing this order thrco weeks surco.islv.'lv in the Burlington WeeKiy icrfP pr(.sV, a newspntier publlshfd at Burllnct'on previous to tho time appointed. Therefore, you are herebv notlned In nilhrtllr t.Afnm nnt.l . ... . ,,. .u.r r.nu lunri, hi win time and place aforesaid, and contest hi.- 1'iwiMuo ui sum win, h you nave cause. Given under my hand at Burlington, lsnld district, this 2Isl tiny of June. MARCELUJS A. BINGHAM, r.2,w,3t. Judge. COMMIKSIOXnilS' JVOTICK. ilslnte .if ( larliissn II, DnrniM. The undersigned, having been ap pointed by the Honorable Probate Court for the district of Grand Isle. eiiniill..lnnftf-B ... , .......... .. ...... ... .... eiiiiune, and adjust the claims and demands of .... ri, ..Auiui-i me esiato or Clarlassu R. Harrow, late f ijiand Isle, In said district, deceased horn by give notice that we will meet fur the purpose of oMim.iiln ami al lowing said claims at Grand IsU Count Court House In North Hero in said district, nn the 22nd day of No vember, 1909 from 10 o'clock a, m un til o'clock p. m. each of said dnvs and that six months from the ""ml day of May A. D. 1909. Is the time llm Ited i,y (.aid court for said creditors to present their claims to us for ex amination nnd ullnwance. Dated at North Hero, this 22nd day of May, A, I). 1909, 3 G. H. Branch, administrator. I.xplres Noveinhur 22nd, 1909. H. J- PABKMH. M. W. DGDDS, ,, J- FF.FHK. ":,W'". Commissioners, CO M M I S S I ( I X F. It S IVOTICU, llstute of lllvlrn Pnrlier. The undersigned, having been ap pointed by the Honorable Probato Court for tho District of Grand lale, C ommlssloncrs, to receive, examine nnd adjust the claims and demands of all persons against tho estate of Hlvlra Parker, Into of North Hero In said district, deceased, here by give notice that wo will meet for tho purpose of examining and al lowing said claims ut tho residence of Warren Clark in North Hero on Satur day. September 4 1 Ii. and on Saturday, Deciiiiilier . from ulna o'clock a. m. until four o'clock p. m. each of said days, and that six months from tho fifth day of Juno A. D 1909, la tint tlmo limited by said court for said i redltors to present tholr claims to us for examination and allowance. Dated at North Hero, tills 19th day of Juno A, D, 1909. O, A. Slteels, administrator. llxplres Deeiunbor nth, 1909. NOItMAN F HAKKN. ttAltltFN CI.AIUC C2,w,St Commlasloncrs. visiting Allen Burroughs. Charles Allen of Belllngham, AVash., Is visiting his father, II, K. Allen. Troops G nnd II, 15th regiment from Fort Kthan Allen, under comtnnnd of Capt, I.tttchrnnt on their way to attend tiro tercentenary celebration nt Pittsburgh, N. Y., camp ed hero last night. Mrs. A. K. Hunting ton, who ban been with her niece, Mini B. Bowman of Hyde Pnrk, Mass., has returned and Is tho guest of Mrs. Frank I, . Flsh.-l'Vank I,. Fish will leavo this morning for Northficld to attend tho meeting of the trustees of Norwich Unl-vcinlty.- The Ball family reunion will bo held at fing Point to-day. Miss Grace Fisher of Fort Clnrk, Texan and Miss Helen Fisher of Burlington, 3., are passing their vacation with their parents, Mr, and Mrs. Henry P. Fisher. -Mrs. Hosea Field of Worresitcr, Mass,, Is visiting her mother, Mrs, Ralph Rat tcrly. -Mr. and Mrs, Hiram Hnrlburt and Mrs. Charlotte Rogers of K.ist Fnlr town, Mass., are visiting Mr. Hurlbnrt's sister, Mrs. U. M, Sattcrly. Mrs. Reu ben Hnlght Is attending the commence ment exercises of Norwich University, where her uon, Ornnt llalght. Is a mem ber of the graduating class. BRISTOL. A quiet wedding was solemnized In the sick chnmber of Mrs. F.sthcr Tucker Thursday morning. The contracting parties were Miss Kthel Tucker and Howard J. Wright of Weyhrldge. The Rev. II. R. Stone ofllclated. Only a few of the Im mediate lelatlves were present. Robert Qulnl.m has gone to Hartford, Conn., where he has a position In a casket fac tory. Mr nnd Mrs. 1,. O. Chapln and Misses Genu and Mildted Chapln nre nt Long Point. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hydo of t.ewls, N. V., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. II. N. Tatio.-The Outlook club held Its annual picnic with Mrs. Ralph Denlo Friday afternoon. Teachers' examina tions were held here Tuesday and Wednesday. Plans ate being made for a tercentenary service In Holley hall Sun dav afternoon. July 4 --M'ss Bessie Avery has gone to Cliff Haven. N. V , for the summer. Mrs. Mary K, Munslll of Malone, N. Y., was a guest of Mis. Cornelia Smith over Sunday. Mrs. Munslll will start for F.urope about July .1. Mrs. W. II. RIdlov of Burlington is visiting Ms. N. F. Rider. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Young of Burlington nro visiting relatives heie. Rolla J. Bristol Is at home from Philadelphia Dental College. The Misses Nellie and Lizzie Kno have gone to Schroon lake In the Adlrondacks for the summer. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. S. Bristol, who have been visiting hero for two months, started for their home In Nebraska Monday. Mrs. Ada Klngsley accom panied them. C. A Hanks went to Long Point Saturday. Miss Fstella Hamner of New York Is passing vacation with her mother. Mrs. Lucretla Hnmner. Robert Quintan went Saturday to Hart ford, Conn., where he has a position. - Mrs. L. L. Purlnten and son, Leon, of Bellows Falls are visiting relatives here. Mrs. Carrie Peet and Mrs. H. A. Ly man of Hartfonl, Conn., are at the Bris tol House. Noble Hurlburt and family are occupying the Dutton house pur chased by him. Mr. nnd Mrs. Kdmund Laduo and child visited relatives In Wlnooskl over Sunday. Mrs. Vallle Var ney of Mlddlebury was In town Satur day. Dr. and Mrs. F. T. Brlggs were In Mlddlebury over Sunday. Mrs. Julia Pelton of Hanover, N. H Is visiting .Miss Helen Weller. A. D. Kverts of Ver gennes was In town Sunday. C. S. Bris tol started yesterday for his homo In Nebraska, Mrs. Bristol and Mrs. Kings ley 111 remain here longer owing to the seriousness illness of their father, Orrln Atkins. W. W. Hatch of Wlnooskl wns In town Sunday. Mrs. Hatch continues serious Illness of their father, Orrln inton of Bellows Falls, is caring for her. Miss Evelyn Dumas has returned from Waterhury. Mrs. R. J. Oaks Is at home from Burlington for a few days. Mrs. Dorothea Nolan has retur ed from a visit in Mlddlebury. Fdmnnd Ladue returned from Wlnoo skl Monday. Mrs. Lulue and child will remain a few days. Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Snedon, their two children and maid re tinned to Littleton, N. It.. Tuesday. W. K. Hanks returned from Mt. dem ons. Mich., Monday. Mi-k George Doty of Wlnthrop. Muss., Is visiting i datives here. Thermometers registered 90 In the shade here Monday and Tuesday. Mrs. Henry Sears has been visiting In Burling ton this week. Miss Bertha Hewitt is visiting In Framlngham, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Grow. Mr. and Mrs. Bert F.Mv.Mrs. Flecta Gove, Rupert Hnmner nnd A. W. Gove returned from Thomp son's Point Tuesday. Mrs. Russell Ses sions of Brandon Is visiting relatives In town. Mrs. -jS. L. Purlnton Is earing for her sister, Mrs. W. W. Hatch. J. C. Em eison wns In tho village Tuesday for the first time after an Illness of several weeks. Miss Battle Gaudette has re turned from a visit to her sister in Lud low. Orrln Atkins.: aged alnut S1 yeirs, died at tho home of his daughter, Mrs. G, W. Fair, Tuesday night. lie had been In poor health for a year past. Ho Is sur vived by tin ro daughters, Mrs. C. R, Bristol, Mrs. Ada Klngsley and Mrs. G. W. Farr Ray Hasklns was In Burling ton yesterday. W. M. Farr went to Mnrrlsvllle yesterday, Mrs. Farr and rhlldien have been there for a week past. Kverctt Stone has gone to Troy, N. Y. Blmer Tatro has gone to Worcea ter. Mass., to live with his son. Henry Savoy and Miss Stella are visiting In Vergennes.-T. S, Drake was In Vnr gennes Wednesdnv. Mrs. William Hughs visited her father, S. M. Stow, at the Mary Fletcher hospital Tuesday. A daughter wns born yesterday to Dr. and Mrs, H. L. Williamson. G. A.Danforth will start to-day for the Seattle exposi tion by way of Montreal and Winnipeg. Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur Hydo returned to Lewis, N. Y., yesterday. Arthur Henry of Henry's troupe, Is visiting at Harry Jcnnlng's. Mrs. Anna Sturtevant and children of Free-port, Me., nro visiting1 Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Currier and other relatives. Lewis Meullleur Is at home from St, Michael's College. W. W. Wil son and family are at their summer camp at Kim Point, Addison. Mr. Wil son Is In very poor health. Ixiruo Bros.'s minstrels will appear here July 3 under the iiusplces of tho I. O. O. F, MONKTON RLDOK. Mr and Mrs. Harry Vnncelette, Mr, and Mrs. I-on Eddy, Dwlglit Eddy nnd son, Phillip, nnd Miss .Miry Eddy spent several days at tho lake last week. G, N. Baldwin was In Rutland Friday. Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Bldwoll were In Bur lington WednoEdny. Miss little Masters was the guest of hor mother, Mrs. Amanda Masters, over Sunday, Mrs. Electa Cox will entertain thu Willing Workers Friday, -John Thoniim Is making extensive repairs on his barns, SHOREHAM. Mrs. A. K. Tottlngham returned from Tlcondoroga Saturday. Mr, and Mrs. Slid Cook nro puronts of a son born last week. Sir, and Mrs, Elba Frost of Brldport passed Sunday with her fothcr, R. II, Holmes, MUsea Ethol Jones nnd May Treadway aro In Castleton attending the commence ment of tho normal school, Tho Misses Johnson of Vergenncs aro guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. K, Collins. ---Mudamn Hanks Is qulto III at fjic home of her daughter, Mrs. 15, F. Townscnd. Madame. BusbcII Is 111. Mr. nnd Mrs II. W. Jones returned from Ilurllnnton Tiicuday evening. MM. n. Plorson nnd son of Fhlr Hnven nro guests of her sister, Mrs. Frank Douglass. Mrs. II. II. Purge Is visiting In Littleton, Mass. Tho Rev, J. II. Lonfc of Pnnton preaehedVtho nt the Congregntlonnl Church Sunday. Hnrry Baldwin has blood poisoning In hln right hand. WEST ADDISON. Mrs. Eelwlp Hoyt has gone to Worces ter to visit her son, P. C. Hoyt. Miss Helen Adams of Boston Is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. Adams. Mrs. Emma Rnlne, who has be-m In camp at tho lake for some time, has gono to her homo In Massachusetts. Children's day exercises will bo observed nt tho Meth odist Church Sunday. Mr's, Llvcrmoro Is visiting In Shelburne. SOUTH STARKSBORO. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Edwards of Brook lyn, N. Y., aro boarding at Robert Young's. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Blrdsall of Brooklyn nro nt Llndley Rlids.ilPn. Children's day was observed nt the Friend's Church Sunday. Tho Ladles' Homo Circle will meet this aftei noon with Mrs. Addle Atkins Instead of Mrs. I-sllo 11111. Mr. and Enoch Young of Lincoln wero guests Saturday at David Follansbee's. ADDISON. Mrs. Joseph St. Clare and Florence St. Claro visited In Ferrlsbtirgh over Sun day. C. H. Marshall Is In Ludlow for a few days. Mrs. John Benedict from the north part of the State Is the guest of her son, Clarence Benedict, nnd family. Mrs C. W. Barber Is not ns welt. Flag poles have been raised nt tho school houses In town that were not nlready supplied. All the schools closed Friday. WEYBRIDGE. Schools closed last week. Miss Ryder's and Miss Dolnn's- schools held a picnic nt Rock Point Friday. The names of the pupils at the village school having no abtent marks follows: Ida Bailey, Vina Olcott, Walter Stlchcr: marked excusable cn account of sickness, Emma Baker, Arllo Brlttell, Ina Shaw. Miss Price, who has been cn-rlng for M. N. Baker, wns called to Rurllngtcm last week on account of the serious Illness of his mother. Mr. Ross of Vergennes has taken his place. Mr. Baker Is slowly Improving. An Infant child of Mr. and Mrs Ernest Gravel died Sunday. W. II. Hall has finished a fine motor boat, now the property, of George Bartlett of Rich mond. NORTH PERRISBURGH Mls Dorothy AVells Is visiting her cousin, Mrs. Caleb Harrington. Schools closed for the summer, Friday afternoon.-Mrs. Herbert Klngslnnd has returned from Saxtons River. Misses Josephine and Marjorle Klngslnnd have returned from Vermont Academy, Sax tons River. Miss Emma Folsom has gone to Wlllsboro, N. Y., for a short visit. ORWELL. i J A Grange social was held at C. E. I Walker's Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. George Allen attended the funeral of his brothr-ln-law, George Blanchard of TIenndrrogii, N. Y., Saturday. Tho Hopkins finnlly hav gone to Buffalo. N. Y., for a few days' stay. Many of the Orwell people dCshe to hear the Hon. John Barrett at Vergenncs July 3. It Is to tho credit of Mr. Barrett that his mother was an Orwell girl and as he expressed It once he got up " a good deal of muscle turning grindstones on the Sanford farm." Mrs. Emma Broln nid of Mlddlebury Is at the farm here. Tho schools In town closed last week. O. H. Root has a line pair of oxen, the only ones m town. In 1870, Orwell had a town fair with ST pair In line. The Or well and Benson boys have played two games of ball and the latter have won out In eacli case. PERRISBURGH. Mr. and Mrs. O. K. Collins of Shore hnm visited B. W. Collins over Sunday. The social club will meet with Mrs. W. R. Nichols this afternoon. The W. C. T. F will meet with Mrs. W. R. Nichols Friday afternoon. -Miss Faith Chapman of Mt. Clemens, Mich., and Miss Harriet Chapman are at home for tho summer vacation. Miss Katherlno Collins of Bethlehem. N. H.. Is at home for tho rummer. Mrs. Solomon Field Is ill with the grip. Mrs. Orvllle Field is Mirroring from a sprained knee. The high school entrance examinations will be held nt tho Center school bouse Thursday and Friday. Mr. nnd Mrs, F. R. Booth have returned from Ashevllle, N. C. Mr. Booth is much improved In health. There will bo a lecture undr the auspices of Social club In the town hnll July 1 by Charles Everett Newlln of Indianapolis, Ind., on "The New Re bellion In Dlx'e." C. Boitrand Race, a bass snlollst, will accompany Mr. Newlln nnd sing old plantation melodies Illus trating the lecture. NEW HAVEN. Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Everest and daughter ! returned homo Sunday night aflei sev ! eral days In camp nt Elm point. Miss i Paulino and Muster Robert Partch aie visiting at Frank Foot's in Cornwall. -Miss Maria Winslow Is passing her sum mer vacation with her mother, Mis. F. M. Partch. Mr. and Mrs. T. Casey and daughter of Ferrlsburgh were guests of Mr. and Mrs, B. F. Gordon tho last of the week. -Tho Misses Hiuvklr.f of South Shnftsburv and C. E. Everest aro guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Wilson nt Elm point. Mr. and Mrs. Wllher Klngsley of Port Henry were guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. H, Conant over Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Leon Rowley of Bristol weie guests of Mr. nnd M.-s. F, E. Rowley Sunday. Dencon Marrows Is rnrlously 111. -The Ladles' T'nlon will meet Wednesday after noon with Mis. S. D. Dond. Mrs. H. J. Peek Is 111. BRIDPORT. Mis. Marlon Wheeler Is In a very weak Slate.-MIss N. R, Barbour Is nt homo for tho summer vacation, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Palmer nro entertaining their mother from Bolton Landing, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wright gave a danre In their spacious new barn June IS. Brld port was well represented at tho high fchool exercises In Mlddlc'ury.-Mrs. Jennlo Button opened heir house for a social Wednesday evening, Juno 16. LDjJOOLN. Examinations for freo tuition nt tho hlRh school will bo held at tho ladles' Aid hall Thursday nnd Friday. Mrs. Ficd Whlttler of Hancock nnd Mis. Alice Price of Now York were In town last week. Frank Elliot has bought tho James Uutterfleld faim of W. E. Butter fleld mid will take Immediate possession. Miss Ella Atwood Is III with rheuma tism. Stephen Varney of Weybrldgo Is visiting In town. Ernest Sargent has begun permanent road work near tho Puge Colby place. Arlaud Murry, who has lived In Massachusetts two years, hns moved back to his farm here. Mr. and Mrs. George Morgan of Middle a.ttvon visited Mrs. Brown's mother, Mrs Maty Keltoii and grandfather Sunday, Mr. and Mrsll. George Moi tan of Mlddle bury visited nt A. T. Morgan's Sunday nnd Mrs. Rozllla Cushman, Mrs. Mor gan's mother, returned home with fhem. Mrs. P. If. Orvls of Bristol visited nt S. H. Buetl's Tuesday, Mr. Russell of Monkton visited his son, Dr. Russell, first of the Week There nilll Vie n prayer meeting In the Methodist Church i-riuay evenings nt 7:no until further no tlco, Mrs. Anna Mnck Is spending a few dnys with her mother nnd brothor, Joseph Bean. RIPTON. Daniel Hamblln lias returned from Massacluisetts.-Alvln Billings cut his font badly while cutting wood at tho house. Charles Nobles Is much better so he Is able to lie out. Mrs. C, D. Bel don Is slowly gaining Mr. nnd Mrs. Austin Yotibar nrc parents of a son Ivun Juno 31 -Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dtngon havo a daughter born June 21. CORNWALL. Tho Rev. and Mrs, Samuel Roso nnd daughter left Wednesday for a car riage drive to Sharon on a visit to Mrs. Rose's parents. They will also attend the commencement exercises nt Dartmouth College from which Insti tution their son, Philip, Is graduated this year. Mis. Marlctto Hamilton of Portland, Me., arrived Tuesday and Is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Peet. Col. Stephen A. Foote, 1. S. A., sta tioned nt Jackson Barracks, New Or 'enns, has been n guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Foote. Miss Marguerite Iine Is at home from Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, "Bunker Hill" day was celebrated by the Mary Baker Allen'' chapter, D. A. II., by an outdoor meet ing In the park where a program was rendered. Luncheon wns served to To guests In the hall near by. CALEDONIA COUNTY. ST. JOHNSBURT. The graduating exercises of St. Johns bury Academy were held In Music hall Friday morning as follows: Essay with salutatory, "Victory through De feat," Miss May E. Wllley; essay, "Are Americans Mublc Lovers," Miss Babel Gnskell; essay, "Searching for Flowers", Miss Dora E. Hastings; presentation of dlpiomns to graduates of commercial de partment: oration, "Do Wo Need a Stronger Navy," Harold L. Pennlman; essay, "Career or Ministry," Miss Kthel M. Goss; essay, "Some Influence of Japanese Art," Miss Winifred S. Merrill; essay, "The Mission of the Red Cross," Miss Glen E. Roundy; oration with valedictory nddress, "Some Phases of Caricature In America," William Boyn ton. The largest and best alumni reunion ever held here was that Friday evening In academy hall. At the closing exercises of the giammar schools Thursday .after noon, T3 boys and gills were graduated, most, of whom will enter the academy the coming fall. One of tho most Interesting hlstorlal relics at the museum Is a famous old one-horse chaise, which wan In use near ly 100 years ago by Doctor Brown of Providence, R. I. It was willed by him to his niece, Mrs. C. N. Leonard of Orleans, who has presented It to the museum. It ts In a remarkably line state of preservation. Prof. H. B. Hulbert, a graduate of St. Johnsbury Academy In tho class of 1SV, will speak on Korea at the North Congrcgatlonnl Church Sunday evening at a union service of the North nnd South churches. Dr. E. D. Collins of the Johnson normal school will bo the speaker at the union service In observance of Champlaln Sunday, July 4. HARD WICK. Beatrice, the only daughter of. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Blckford. died Sunday after noon of pneumonia following an attack of measles. She was two years old and seemed on the road to recovery but a change for the worse came Sunday nfternoon when she passed away. The 11 months old child oi Mr. and Mis. Pel ky died Saturday evening of measles. Ambrose Badger, a respected citizen, wns found de-ad In bed Saturday morn ing. He had been In his usual health and was nn the street tho night heforo he died. He conducted the lco business here for several years and Inter was in partnership with W. II. Wheatley at tho east village In the feed business. He Is Mir-'lvcd by a wife and four children. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson nnd Mrs. McCuln of Johnson visited Mr. nnd Mrs. Welch over Sunday. Mrs. Daniel Spauldlng and Mrs, Carroll Spauldlng and son of Mor rlsvllle visited Mr. nnd Mrs. Ui Joy over Sunday. The family of S. J. Thom as Is spending two weeks in camp at Caspian lake. Mr. nnd Mrs. Anderson of Newport visited at G. O. Kimball's fccveral days the past week. 7 CHITTENDEN COUNTY, COLCHESTER. Tho death of Mrs. Lillian Bombard occurred Thursday afternoon at 1:20 o'clock following a threo weeks' illnes. with Brlght's disease. Mrs. Bombard was n widow, aged 5T years, and Is survived by two brothers, Luclan nnd George of Colchester, and a sister, Mrs. Ellen Kemptcm of Glens Falls, N, Y. The funeral was held Sunday afternoon at two o'clock, TI union school closed Friday after noon when ten ninth grade graduates did credit to themselves and their teacher. Miss Meigs. Music was fui nlsbed by Florence Morgan nnd at the clofe of the exercises the Rev Sydney Aldrlch nddrest-ed tho young graduates. The room was well filled with the par ents nnd friends of the young people. Graco Mat-Nell Is nt home from Mlddle bury for tho summer vacation. Miss Mary MncNell, who has been quite 111 with tonsllltls, Is better. The Congrega tional society will ho.d a strawberry so cial In the parish house this evening. The proceeds are to go towards painting tho parsonage About thirty of the King's Daughters were very pleasantly entertained at tne home of Mr. and Mr. J. M. Wright Saturday afternoon. Sup per was served a 5:00 p. tn. Mrs. G. L. McBrlde and daughter, Bessie, and Mrs. Fred Wilson from Bui llngton attended. The band concert on tho park Saturday night was thoroughly enjoyed. The fun erol of Mrs. Lillian Bombard wan. held at her lato homo Sunday at 2:00 p. in. The Rev. Mr. Smith officiated. A num ber of relatives and frlendu fiom out of town were present A Children's day concert was given nt the Congregational Church Rummy evening. Music was fur nished by about fifty voices accompanied by Munson's orchestra. The church was beautifully decorated with ferns and flowers and (lags. JONESVILLE. Tho blacksmith shop of Edwaid Olm sted was destroyed by flro Friday after noon, an adjoining building anil the bridge over the river being suvo by a hard fight. The cause of the flro Is not known. Mr. Olmsted curried a unall In biiinnco and uu estimate of the losa pluces It at 1,:00. UNDERHILL. A beautiful home wedding was solemn ized nt tho residence of Mrs, Mary ens Hnlej In Riverside at eight o'clock Wed nesday, Juns It, when her youngest daughter, Helen Mnud MacGlbhon. was united In marriage to Robert H. Metcalf of Underbill In the presenco of only the near relatives. The whole house had been charmingly decorated for th occasion with Vermont wild flowers, tho color scheme being green nnd white. The cere mony -was performed by the Rev. Fred eric Emerson of Jericho and Immediately preceding It Mrs. B, C. Hawloy snng Mendelsohn's "Spring Song," accompan ied by Mrs. W. H. Nay. The bridal party entered the parlor to the strains of Mendelsohn's wedding march nnd took their places under a- canopy of evergreen and daises. The groom was attended by Vernon Green of Richmond ns best man. Miss Daisy MncOlbbon was bridesmaid. Frances Hnle of Falrbury, Neb., n niece of tho bride, carried the ring In n calla lily. The bride was nttended by her brother, Htunrt MncGlbbon, who gave her away. The bride wns charming In a prin cess gown of white silk messnllno and carried bride roses, Tho bridesmaid wore n blue silk empire gown and carried white cnrnatlons. Following the cere mony a reception wns held from S:30 to 10:30 o'clock when over a hundred guests congratulated tho young couplo. Mr. Lewis MncGlbbon and Mrs. M. P. Maur ice ushered the guests and Mrs. M. C. Hale, Mr. nnd Mrs. L. P. Metcalf with the bridal party formed the receiving line. The dining room wns In charge of Mrs. B. C. llawley nsslsted by Mrs. George Irish, Miss Amy Metcalf and Miss Mny Blakcly. M.ss Hnzel Knight pre sided nt the punch bowl assisted by Hale. Among those present from out of town were; Mrs. E, A. Cass, grandmother of the bride, of Boston, Mass., Mrs. H F. Halo, Miss Daisy MaeGlbbon, Mln FrancCR Hnle, sisters and niece of the bride, Falrbury, Neb., Mr. and Mrs. Wall ace Slovens, M" : d Mrs. Ralph Stevens. ' Essex Junction: Mr. Wesley Metcalf and , daughter. Amy, Mr. and Mrs. George Irish, Wllllston. Shortly after ten o'clock Mr. and Mrs Metcalf who had Jin auto mobile In waltlntr, eluded the watching guests and left for Darts unknown. Tho Homo Land Circle will meet with Mrs. L. C. MaeGlbbon Thursday at 2:20. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Cart Mead Monday, June 21. The district Sun dnv school convention held nt the Con gregational Church last week was well at tended by representatives from Jericho and Bolton. Thomas Bruce has bought Francis Cahll's farm on Brown's river for !:,. Dr. W. S. Nay tins returned from Boston, where he has been to at tend a medical convention. M-s. Nay will remain tn visit her children. A. W. Edwards Is building two tenement houses on the race way, one Is almost com pleted. JERICHO CENTER. Tho graduation exercises of the 'grammar school were held Friday, when the following pupils received certificates entitling them to enter the high school: Clifton Story, Carl Moul ton, Earl Bullock, Arthur Bronnan, Paul Casey, George Case-. The Misses Rltch. who havo been visiting their cousin, the Rev. Mr. Barnum, returned to Stamford, Conn., Wed nesday. The marriage of Miss Maude Wilder, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hi ram II. Wilder, to William Pollard of Essox was celebrated at the bride's home Wednesday evening the Rev. Mr. Barnum officiating. Invitations have been Issued to the marriage of Miss Lottie P. Buker. adopted granddaught er of Mr. and Mrs. Chassman Johnson, to Wolcott F. BeaaJi. which will take place at the residence of Mr. nnd Mrs. I. L. Thompson Thursday evening. Harry F. Tat box. only son of Mr. ,mf! Mrs. John F. Tarbox. nnd .Miss Ai med.! Walton, eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs. Joseph H. Walton, were mar ried nt the bride's home Wednesday. Miss Iyoralne Rnnsom nnd Miss Desa Bolger have returned from th" Johnson normal school. Mr. and Mrs. James M. Carpenter nre visiting In Richmond nnd Huntington. The Ladles- Aid society will give a social and entertainment Thursday evening, con sisting of "Memories of Bygone Days." .Lee McClellan has been con fined to the house the past week with an attack of the measles, but Is now better. Mrs. Grace Tomllnson of South Burllnston and children are vis. ltlng her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. George E. Cunnlnghnm. Charles F. Bonlly, who has been suffering from a sciatic nerve trouble the list two weeks, went to the Mary Fletcher hospital for treat ment Wedneiday. Mrs. M. Hlnchey, who ha been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Walter K. Kew, went to her home In 1-exlngton, Mass., Monday on ac count of the serious Illness of her daughter. ESSEX JUNCTION. John J, Chase, for many years a resident of this village, died at the home of George Clark on South street Thursday evening. Mr. Chaso was horn at Burke, N. Y.. November 2(1, ism. He served In tho civil War two years and ten months, as a member of the Sth Vt. regiment. He enlisted ns teamster and served one and a half years as a locomotive engineer on de tached service. Before his enlistment, Mr. Chnso was a fireman on the Cen tral Vermont railroad and at one time was employed as engineer at the city water works In Burlington. Three of his brothers have also been railroad engineers. He suffered n shock sev eral years ago, since which he had been In feeble health and had been enred for at the home of his sister, Mrs Clark, for If. years. He was a member of R, S. Sherman PoRt, G, A. R.. nnd had n pension of J72 a month. He Is survived by three brothers, George of Burlington, Edward ol Ot tawa and Herbert of Wlnooskl, nnd threo sisters, Mrs Timothy Rivers, Mrs. Claude Wallace and Mrs. Georgo Clurk of this village. The) funeral was held nt his Into home Sunday morning at nine o'clock. B. A. Mills of Stowc nnd MUs Gladys Smith of Colchester were mnrrted nt the bride's home Thursday evening. After a trip to Boston they will re side In Mr. Mills's new house on lower Poarl street In this village, A unlquo feature Is that Mr. Mills built thd houso almost without asslntance. William Wlllhatn of Jericho, while tak tug some money from his pocket while on tho electric car Saturday lost $12 by the wind blowing It away. It uis found by Officer Dcmug, William B. Johnson & Son of Ijike Champlaln creamery paid 91.14 for standard milk and 11.16 for cream for the mouth of May. The Rev. C. C. Adams, who hns been 111 with measles, Is able to be out. WINOOSKI. Anton Winded, a farmer living on tho outsklits of tho village, was arrested at his homo Friday afternoon about 2:'10 by Ofllcer St. Amour for a breach of tho peuce, which ronslsted of breaking (Continued an nutte 3.1 MANY CANDIDATES HAVE DROPPED 001 No Chance Now for Any but th Hustlers in Travel Voting Contest. WORK IS FOR WORKERS I.oi Thnn Three Weeks Remain be fore Close of the Content Miri I inl of the Fittest Is the Rule .Senile 111k Voting Ves terdny Tlie .Standing. Tho list of candidates tn the Frei Press voting contest appears t morning with many of the less a'-tl ones missing. Tho contest Is a srr' thing from now until the close Ju1 14, or In other words It Is a ease of the survival of tho fittest and the nt test will be the ileetest and the hard est, most persistent workers. Any candidate, whose nnm hns disappear ed, who desires to try again. w!'t , i reinstated upon maklrg such ,i re quest, But from now op work t f -r the workers. Less than three weeks remain It, which to do the hust'leg that will determine the seven li'lcy ones who will receive the pr ze3 There were some big ballots . .si a.l along tho line yestorday as a g.nece through the column will Indicate. Hero Is the standing: CLANS I. lira. Clins. Harrington, Poor Farm, North Ave 2:t2,UT'J! Derthn 31. Barnes, TG No. Tnton 2.10,0":: Mrs. l.uin .1. Clenlej, 101 No. Willard 4.-,,r.11 Mrs. Msrj- C. Itohlnson, 82 Park street lusjlon K. Belle Tliltuuilt, 1SJ Bank at,S74 CLASS II. Mrs. B. II. C'nrpentrr. Colchester 212, Mil Myrtle. J. furrier, Richmond. ... 1!2,0M Mottle ". rov, Essex Jet (Ml.tlSd Charlotte 11 n.-ck, Shelburne ... r.T.ltr. Mrs. f!, II. f'linioliirs, Westford nn,nii7 Mrs. A. 11. BroiTii, No. Wllllston M.tetO Mrs. G. I. Lincoln, 1'nderhlll. . . . -lO.riCIS Sirs. W. II. Matlbcivs, Cornwall .111,0." Mabel ningluim, Mlddlebury ... 10,17.1 lr. S. B. .Martin, No. Ferrls burgh Jfi,77.1 Corn II. Clnrke. E. Charlotte .. 11,011 lie no J. I'rrneb, Monkton SIIKI Berlhn Field, Ferrlsburgh 7,1)2.1 Adelnlde I'. Morrill, Wllllston.. 7..140 CLASS III, Sirs. C. P. Jones, Johnson 8I,!)I Selmn nckerhlad, Morrlsvllle . . 7-1,-10.1 Ilti Hi Fl)irr, St. Albans 7.1.S7H Beryl .11, I'emell Jefforsonvllle 70.IS2 Jrwsle II, Snnonrr, Enosburgh rails r.2,snn Cecil f. Ilernnl, Blchford an,tl7 Mar. XV. A, Morse, Waterbury... JT.npi) .Mrs. t hus. MnrCln, Montgomery 2S.r,nO Ml Wealthy Ilnrkcr, Water bury 27,1)2.1 Gertrude Brlghuni, Morrlsvllle.. 12,7.1(1 Annn F. Ruder, Illghgate C!r. S.r.tei Aurrllu l.ninerrnu., Hlghgate.. 0,401 Mrs. I,. C. C liusr, East Fletcher -4.S13 Irene Brsehenes, St. Albans.... :t,P02 CLASS IV. Ilev. W. A. White, South Hero.. 71,I0 Mrs. M. S. Thomas, Isla L.I Motte OP.P.Itl TrsMe 31. nessett. South Hero.. 1.V120 CLASS V. Lucy D. Perkins, Rutland rlS.cieO lloxy II. .Summer, Brandon.... M.IIOU Berlhn A. Ilonell, Randolph.... so.lxiOf Alice 11. Welch, Bethel r.,700 Olive Gushea, Bralntree 4.SIO CLASS VI. C. C. Glranl, 7.1 Monroe ,1,n,in CLASS VII. llnlplt C. Holmes, Mlddlebury ,. 0l,riOl Rev. II. II. While, Addison .... 01.311 Seth J'iIiiimmi, Wllllston 47.8 J. A. llnrvry, Enosburirh Tails 42.HSI .Irsse T. MoimI-, Stowe 42,:il)0 Prof. Ililnln Green. Riehfnrd .. 21.22.1 Will A. Slinttiiclc, Bristol 21,101 Win. II. Maroinlier. Westford ... 1.1,02'.) William Hunter, St. Albans.... 4..1S1 II, Slnnnlnn Wnneliiinn, Walthnm 1,401 F. A. Ke.er, Fletcher .100 I. re Tewkesbury, Montpeller ., .100 FINANCE COMMISSION. Gov. Draper Men to lime Cbnrge of noslon's Contracts nnd 1'lnnnce. Boston, June 2.1 The members of the Boston finance commission, will- h will have charge and supervision over contracts and tinnnces under the op eration of the new eltv charter, were named to-day by Governor Draper as follows; Former Congressman John A, Sullivan, chairman, democrat; John F Morse, democrat, Charles F. Curtis, republican: Francis N. Baleh, repub lican; Geoffrey B. Lolly, democrat. Messrs. Sullivan and Moj-so served on the first tlnar.ee commission, wV h finished work last Jntutnry Curtis served 10 yens as a police commis sioner. Batch In a we'l known law yer, whllo Lehy has been Identified with the labor Interests of tho city. JUNE 24. One Vote For Name Who U resident of. P. O. Address la. This Coupon gonel for One Vote If cauelldntr la nlrendy entered and SOU Vote If a ncir candidate.