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THE BURLINGTON FKJSE l'KESS AND TIMES: TJTCKSDA V, Al'Ul'aT 1'-', m
Advertising In this col
umn ono cent n word, eneh
Insertion, Copy may be
changed every week. Coah
In advance required. No
advertisement tnken which
Is lens tlinn twolvo wordH,
two linen. fipoclnl terms
to advertisers using from
250 to 1,000 lines within
twelve consecutive months
OWNERS OK FARMS who wl.ih to hlro
help or to sell a farm Bhould uao
this column. Nearly C.O00 copies or
this pap-r r.ro sold every Issue nnd
your advertisement would bo rr.id
by many posrlblo buyers. Hi.wtf
WAN'TUI). E.-:pr Homed young women
at Th' Northampton. (Mass).) Statu
Hosntnl Trnlt'Vig School for Nurses.
Apply to Dr. J. A. Houston, Supt..
ftntlm? ago, weight, height, present
Mil previous occupations. Send icfer-('l.i-
nr rcnii'iiicndnllonH. B.w.ot.
"OR s UK The ilnost beagle In Vermont
end u,"- a month old, Rood hunter. 510.
G. j.. '. Mi.Wlebur.v. Vt. No. C.
"'o!t H0 acton tuiltably divided,
tw -ft .;""d buildings, running water ct
I, ,., , ,i i.ihi, 25 head stock, 3 horses,
i u '" f"N. 1 sheep, good supply
,,f f . ii i i dairy tools, cream sold nt
,1 . dm. Highland Hairy Farm. Hyilo
p.nk M. R. V. V. No. 1. 7.W.21.
FOR SU.H Wagons, sleds. mowing
i, i p. horse rale and other tools.
.1 Johnson, BrMnl. Vt. G.w'Jt
S" c)lir. Vt'lt PALE. Old established, pny
n - us'ness Rest to n In Mnssa
r icr'ts Will sell right. Going fruit
ra'Miic In West. O. K.. Leominster,
M,s Carrier No. a 5.w,."t
A. CONVENIENT TENEMENT In Rood
rnnalr sev.-r. room", nnd hath, pleas
.iiit locat'oi. block east of Battery
I'aik. Applv at 77 ISucll street.
NOTICE how llttlo It costs to toll
thousands of readers In many towns
of Vermont what you have to sell
or what you wish to buy Adver
tise In the Freo Press and you will
get replies to your advertisement
n ii h p , k n i 1
fc y w u t s
'S3 Karll' Si., Tci. 965.
Calls answered Day and Nigh),
W- vi i lult yon In yr.i.r light
cr.' 1 ' Abo' "I Three (laws' treat
mi ' ."id a 1 .t.r.lng'i vanisl . per
nni eut i r in sl weeks without
tin aid of iu'vitir's or hablt-fnrm-llig
ilnis. 'h'W discovery. No
absence f-'ooi business required,
1. ). lias V.SCd ISoxton, Moss,
A i.P-u little homo nf s u res only
I m. from this oily. Uood hoii!" com
fortable brui, arood water, trult, etc.
A beautiful .10-iow Dn.- Rlier valley
farm. Fine set of modern iiulldlngs,
!n fine lepalr cost over J.1,000, smooth
nice fields, good sugar works well
rqulpped, good hill pa -tun. Rood wnt
tr, fruit nnd very pleasant; 100,000
timber to sell. Prleo Ii.rs than cost
of iiil"in-i, This Is a "peacharena."
BEY2TOLDS RKAL ESTATE CO.
ics coi.i.nta: stiikkt.
CTl-jiu.1, rr, TlmUrriiiniia tt mf.
ib'ji .1 t.a : ij; early Vermont bouii
r, Inch they do not care to keep ar
Invited to write to J. I Southwlck.
Burlintrton, Vt. d&w.tt
Abaulutrly Without Palo.
Tho only ofllco In Uurltiieto.T. where
fou can cet tenth extracted wlvhout a
arttclo of pnln without ts.lf.lnj; eas.
Uy motliod la used by no other parson.
o pain; no danrcn no aftor offocta
Dla. I.. I). 1I.V7.12N.
OfOer, 1FH Pine St.t nnrllnsrton, Vt,
Once bourn Itt to S. T tm B.
fuuu citnsa stohk.
Kutntc of Henry Dnpnvr, rnlrlirster.
Tho undersltrncd, having been
ippolnted by tlie Honorable Prohatu
ourt for tho District of Onlttenden,
"ommlssloners to receive, examine uni
idjust the claims and demands of nil
HirpoiiH agnlnat tho estate of Henry
Oupaw, late of Colehester, In said
llstrlct, deceased, and all claims ex
llbltod In ofl'sut thoroto, hereby k!v
lotlce that we will menl for tho nur.
hiso aforesiild, at tho office of O. W,
Jrownell, In the city of Hurllugtoi,,
ii said district, on thn tlrst Saturdays
if September and February, next, at
.0 o'clock a. in., on each of said days
ind that six months from the 0 1 It day
if August. A. D. 1000. is the tlliio lim
ited by said cniirt for said creditors
lo present tnitir ennuis to ua for ox-
imlnnllon rim niiownnce.
Dated at Hurllngton, this Oth day
Ol AllI,UHl, ,. I'. 111.',',
C W linOWNKI.G.
DAVID H. Dl'NNlNO,
HAPPENINGS IN YERMONT
(Continued from Vlrtt Parte,!
neetlctlt, rpnnsylvanla, Mnssacliusettii
nnd various secllnnn of Vcrmont,--Ono
of the larRest audiences of the summer
session en.loyed tlio lecture on "Itobsrt
Hums" by JudRp W. I'. Stafford of
WnshltiRton, U. O., nt tho OoiiKrecatlon
al Church last evenltiR. ilrs. Allco Man
nltis and JIlss Oatherlne If, Mayo, tho
evangelists who havn been laborlnc hero
for several weeks, went Wednesday to
Moners Forks, N. Y for a week's stay.
The Misses I,ulu nnd Jennie Cnlhnim,
who have been spending a vacation with
their pnietits, Mr. and Mrs. Allan Cal
houn, have Rono to Montpellcr whern
they are nurses In the Heaton hospital.
Their rlster. Miss May Calhoun, has been
enraRed to teach In Crown Point, N. Y.,
the cnmlnsr year. Mr. and MrH. Frank
Cadv of Cnntleton will soon move here.
AtnonR tho out of town people here are
Frank W. Ilresler of Topeltn, Knnn,,
lsanr I,. I.lttle of Salisbury, V. II. JtltiK
hnm of West Cornwall, W, G. Hamilton,
H. D. Myrlck and W. H. Jackson of
llrldpoit, f!eori;p F .Waters of Schenec
tady, N. Y., C. F,. Hill of WallliiRford,
T'noinn.M It. Hartley of VerRellties, Mr.
and Mrs. F. S. HcrzzoR of Htooklvn, N.
Y., Mr. nnd Mrs. William llutwlck of
New York city nnd Cnrml I) .fllbbs of
Wateibnry. ChailCM Palmer has re- j
turned from a few days at his former
home In Knt Dorset. Fred Maheu of
V.'rit Cornwall la suffering severely Irom
a sprained rlsht r.nkle which he received
by falllnR from n load of hay. Koberl
P.oRrrs, a former business man of this
village, but now of Worcester, Ma-s., Is
In town for a few days' visit with rela
tives. Fred A. HiiRhes of liocliester, N.
Y., Is vIslthiR his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Jamea Hushes.--Mis. Jnmes Condon has
lecovered from a few days' Illness,
caused by Insomnia.-II. W. Ilrown Is In
town after several weeks In Crown
Point, N. Y.. and vleiulty. F. (',. Austin
of New York city has Joined his wife who
hns been visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. K. P. Williamson. Kdward Kll
thorp of Watertown, N. Y., formerly
clerk for Frank A. Hond, la vIsltlnR In
town. n. I". Mnrslnll Is at Silver lake
for n few days. Mrs Phillip Manchester
of Chicago Is nt the home of her ntmt,
Mrs. HiiRohl Stewart. Mrs. Nellie CIcr
horn nnd Miss Caroline Hllllard, who
have been vIsltlnR Mr. nnd Mrs. Oeorjre
I.aiiRWnrthy, have returned to WallhiR
ford. Merrltt Stow has returned from a
month In Hrlstol with his father, who is
In poor health. Mrs. M. H. Oraham,
Miss Craliam nnd MarRaret CJraham
liave returned from Hoston and the
beaebu; where they have spent the past
Mis. Ardelia (Heach), wlfo of F. M
Ftrcin!?, "lied Thursday afternoon nt her
home at Hasln Harbor after - UnRerhiR
lllne. from a complication nf diseases,
aced years. Mrs. StroiiR was t.ie daugh
ter of the Int. M" and Mrs. Allen Heach
of West FerrlsbniRl- hthc wnr. Rrnduated
from the Illpley Feninln CoIIpro of
Poultney and for 1." vears after Rradun
tlon tamiht school In Illinois nnd Town.
In she was married to Mr. StronR
nnd had since resided at Hasln Harbor,
wherp Mr StronR has conducted a sum
mer hotel. Resides a husband she leaves
one brother. Hnrvev F. Heach, one nlpee,
Miss Caroline Heach, two nephews.
Charles and Allen Heach. all nf West
FerrlsbiiiRh. TIip funpral was hpld
Saturday at Hip 1ioup the Hev. P. Oavnn
nuffy, rector of St. Paul's Fplseopal
Church of this city of which the dpcpaspd
was a member, of!l',latlns.--Vhlle I.e.wls
C. Peek was mowlnR on land belonplnR
to OeorKO H. Sioiip near I.lttle Otter
creek, the section knives of the machine
cut into bii eel about two and one half
feet In lencth. The eel was over ten feet
from tlie bank nf the cree"'.
Miss Theresa Mddlehrool: Is passhiR
n week with her brother, OeorKP,
at I.nnR Point ICduard Pllon of Hur-
hni.'i.r: has Rone to Westport, N. V.,
lifter a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
A Ran As a result of the canvass nmonR
the business men In regard to sprinkling
the streets, which was made by Alder
man N. J. ltenand. a new sprinkler bar
bffti ordered. The Misses I.illlan liu-s-liahan
and Ktliel Pitt returned to Mrrxik
1' n. N, Y,, Saturday after a two weeks'
visit to Mr, and Mr.. John Donovan.
Mr and Mm, Charles Allen and daugh
ter, itiith, are visiting in Rutland. -Mrs.
Charles II. Ferguson and daughter, F.le
anor, visited In Hurliugton Saturday.
Benjamin Hristol nnd sister, Anna, are
visiting in Hrldpnrt. X. J. McCuen mes
.eiiRer In tho United States Senate, ar
ilved home Saturday. Mrs. II. A. Allbeo
of Xnshua, X. II.. whrfhas been vlsltltur
l:er sister, Mrs. It. P.Isbee, has returned
Mr. and Mrs. Jules Dowilnt; nnd Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Marvel of Hoston, on
their return from a trip to Canada
and the Thousand Islands In their 60
foot h'asollno launch Allene, nr at j.
C. entry's cottage at Mile Point. F.
A. Xor'on ban sold his hotel in Hrld
port to P. C. Russell. .Mrs. Houls
Oodette and niefe, Mlsa Cora Jnek
men, visited Mrs. Olive Armoll of Wl
nooskl Monday. C. Wyman went
yesterday to spend n week at his old
homo In Huntington. Mrs. Anna Ilen
nett nnd 5Ilss Fmma I,aporto and
their niece, Miss Anna Hora of Provi
dence, It. I,, huvn ffono to Sandy Hill,
N. V., to visit Mrs. Henry Fortler.
Mlws Mamie Cllno of West Salisbury
Is vlsltlnf; her tunt. Mrs. I. on Willis.
Miss Jes.slo Norton returned Monday
day to Huntington nfter a week's
C. WKSI.KY DIIHW'S KTATK.
STATK OF V ICR MONT, District of
The Honorablo Probate Court for
the district of Chittenden.
To tho heirs and nil persons Inter
ested In the estate of C. Wealey Drew,
lato of Hurllnston, deceased,
Whereas, application. hath beer.
made to tills court In writing by the
executrix of the last will and tostu
ment of C. Wesley Drew, late of Uur
llngton, praying for license nnd au
thority to sell tho whole nf thn real
psiatn oj saitl (leoeasen, represpnt
Ini; to said Court, that It would
be benollclal to tho heirs and
nil persons Interested In the estato
of salJ deceased, to sell the whole of
the real estato of said deceased, utid
convert the same Into money,
And bringing Into court the consent
and approbation In writing nf all tho
heirs to said estate resldlns In thin
riiate, anu soiling rorm mo situation
of tho real estate.
Whereupon, the said eourt appoint
or! and assigned the 27th day of August,
hi us. at i lie I'ronaie court rooms
In said district, to hpar and decide
upon said application and petition
and ordered public notice there
of to bo given to all nersons Intermit
ed therein, by publishing said order.
together witn tna timo and place ol
hearing, three week Hucceaslvoly In
the Hurllngton Weekly Krea Press, a
newspaper which circulates In the
lie irhhorhoo.l or those Demons Inter
ested In said estate, all which pub
lications shall be previous to the day
assigned for hetirlng.
Therefore, you are horeby notified
to appear before said court, at the
time nnd place assigned, then and
i no re in saiu court to make your ot-
jcciiuiiM to mo graining or sucn ti
cense. If you Bee cause.
Oiven under my hnnd, at tho Pro-
unto i:ourt rooms, huh oth day of An
MAR.CEL.I.U3 A. I3INOHAM.
visit to Mr. nnd Mrs. C. I,. Wyman. tirdny, Merrltt ItiiRhea has entered the
The Courrert.itlnnnl Homo Missionary employ of tho F.mplrp Kwr conipnny.
noddy gn'-o a toa for tho ladles Mr. and Mrs. William Symons nnd
In tho church parlor: Wednesday nft- daughter of New York nro fuosts of Mr.
ernoon nt thrpo o'clock. Tho How J. ' and Mrs. Kitgenn Alexander. M. F,
C, Rlmmnnds, pnstor of tho First j Allen of Ferrl.tburgh was In town Tnes
Mothodlst Church of Troy, N. Y who ; day, Miss Hena Smith of Worcester,
Is spendltiK his vacation at "Tho
Hndirn" at Hasln Harbor, preached
Sunday mornlnn In tho Methodist
Church here. lluuenn Hallock and
nnti. Tlnttfitfl. nnd dflllffllter. OladVH.
of Woodvllle, Mass., aro visiting his!1
sister, Mrs. IrvInK Carpenter. Mrs. i
tt..nn.,i ..f fiii.rrri .ml Mrs.
Patrick MoDonough of lllnesburgh
visited Mr. nnd Mrs. Orvln Carpenter
Sunday, U P. Tracy nnd family are
In camp nt Moorhy's point, Hrwln
Carpenter has sold a flu o driving maro
to Mrs. U. U Shcrwsod of AVestport, jJlarla Smith's. Carl IironR of I,ock
N. Y. John HIvit.1 and sisters, tho j port, N, Y In r Riiest nt "At. P. Conk's.
Misses Hoselbn and (lenevleve, andj
Mlsu ltoso Martin of Worcester, Mnss.,
who have been Kitost of Mr. nnd Mrs.
W. If. Norton, have returned home.
Miss Mabol Hartley of Hurllnston Is
pnsslng hor vacation with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Jorry Hartley.
Walter White ha-s returned from Hur
llngton and reports Mnt. White as
making good recovery from an opera
tion for appendicitis.. Isadoro l.e
P.oont Is visiting relatives In Worccs- I
ter Mass. 'bulled at the home of her nephew, Guy
Iln'rold W. Knowles of Cornell Collece, Treadwny, Monday nf ternooli.-The Aug
Tliomas H, Creede, Jr., of Amherst Col- ' ust meeting of the Missionary society
lepp and IMwnrd A. Corwin of Stevens wl11 l" ",'1 w"" Mts. Hlcbard Helt
Collcge were the guests Sattirdav nnd """ Thursday afternoon, AURlist 10.
Simchiy of Mts. W. W. Watt.-Kdwnrd JIIi,s Mninnrel Farnham of Sudbury Is
1,1 i i iin.i,,, m.. t.-.i. visiting her aunt. Mrs. W. H. Stokes.-
Hlanchard of Hristol visited her sister, Mrs. Charles Hush of New York. andiT . J tason was the guest of her slMer
Mrs. J. M. Aide., nnd Mrs. W. H. Adams! 'Mrs. J. P. Newcomb of San Antonio. In Hrandon, Saturday Mr. Irwin Pon-Mondav.-Kdward
KUthorp of Water- Texas, were It, town Tuesday at Miss , ton visited In Hconderosa over Sun
town, N. Y.. Is visiting 1,1s father, H. P, Agnes Husl.'s.-Mr. nnd Mrs. H. H. darv-Mrs I red ( ope and t wo d,ugh-i.-im,
, 1,1m sis.ov Mlnnlp vtl. Hurge have at. guests Mrs. K. Abbey and ters of Hilton. N. J., nte fiu-sts at II.
tbni-n.-Mrs. S. It. Carslev nf Palmer. .
Mass., who is passing a month with her
slstpr, Mrs. Frank H. Fish, at her cot-
tage at the lake, visited in town Tue- i
day.-C. T. S. Pierre returned Monday
from Oswego. N. V. Mrs. (leorge Hut- I
rouRhs left Tuesday for ChestertleM, N.
Y., to visit her brother, Wallace Finney, day anniversary, Friday, August 1.1,
At the adjourned citizens' meeting last 1000, and will be pleased to receive
evening, an organization to plan for the Informal calls from three o'clock im
centcnnlnl celebration of the building of ttl eight o'clock during the afternoon.
McDonouRh's fleet here in 1H14 was effected All are ashed to accept this cordial
under the name of the Commndot e ' announcement as no personal lnvlla
Thomas MoDonough Memorial nssncla- j t inns nrp Issued.
Hon. The following officers were elected: J Tho orator0 .'.xho HoIv ntv,.. Rlvcn
President, Frnnk I Fish: vlcp.prpsldents, j by t0 chor of ConKrPKatonai
the Rev. H. A. Ver-lna. Malor If. O. Colbv, r;,llrpll Stm(lay 0Venlng, assisted by local
Charles K. Stebblns. W. C. FootP, R. I t t.lpnt nn(, T1,Ilf f nostoMi wns
Klngslnnd; secretary, J. A. Hnrrlngtnn;
treasurer. Charles H. Strong: executive
committee W. R. Warner, R. W. Mc
Cuen. Capt. C. F.. Parker, a. W. Norton,
Thomas Mack, J. II. Donnelly, N. J.
Renaud, F.. O. Norton, Dr. C. H. Cole,
J. W. Ryan. C. U I.pHoouf, H. C. Herrlck,
Timothy Neville, A. H. Taber, W. II.
Aoams. .1. .u. ,uurn.-.vi ri,.., .m.h,..ij
returneu to MonKion nr.er a w -pk , m,u
lo ills iiiius;ilier( .m. .ti yni,-ii .inn
Mrs W. II. Adams Dr. Kdward Selbold
of New York rlfv hns Joined his wife .it!
the home of her sister. Miss Mary Jave j
11.1.,., -r Linnr nn.l .lnurlitn-
Miss Mabel, nnd Mrs A. Fortln have re-: "am hours wo.ine.-uny. aurusi
turned to Central Fall". R. I., aftei a visit ' Miss Myrlo Ja. kman. who has been In
to Mr and Mrs. S D. Sllnpr. TIip rlt v ' HennlnRten the pas. eel:, returned home
cnuncli has granted a franchise to F. M. j Saturday.-Mtsi Relle Putnam of C.ar.l
Monlton to wire the city for nn In- nor, Mass., Is visiting her mint. Mrs.
depender- telephone exchange. Isadore A. T. Morgan.-Mha Nellie Johns of
lieHeouf has gone to Rutland, where he Chai lotto Is visiting relative." hi tmvn.
wll! nlav second bao on tho base ball Mrs. Sidney Huttles and daughter of
team this weekGeorge Jacobs of Wor- , Randolph who has been visiting her
rester. Mass. Is visiting his parents. Mr. dnuchte-. Mrs. Arthur Hrooks, has ir
nnd Mrs. II. R. Jacobs Mrs. F. M. Crosby turned home. Prospect Orange will hold
has returned to Mlddlpbur'- aftPr a visit ' a plcn'e with Starksborc OranRp Sat
to her sister. Mrs. Kdward F.agnn.-Johr. ! urdny In Hristol on tho old Newell hill
Tlpr. R. F. D. carr er. Is taklnc his vnca-
tlon and Substitute Charles Frost Is de
livering the mall. The MIpsps Helen and
Cnrlotta Hopkins nf Rrattlphoro arp the
gupts of Miss Clara Cln'k of Addlsor..
Huch Smith nnd Krnpst Corpv of Wash
ington, D. C. nrp guests nf I,. C. Chapln been stepping at tne uomrneru al i:as
rnd famllv Thev went to West ford Satur-lh Harbor, wrt'e guests of Mr a:..l Mrs.
dav to remain over Fimday.-Mr and Mrs. Ward Spanldln.T Frlday.-Kailj gialn Is
K. AV. Vnrney are at home from several , of fine quality, but the Inter sown Is
days lr. Rurilngton.-MI"-- Holer Montn not liearlv so heavy on account of the
of Mlddlehury Is visiting relatives In town, dry weather. A hen ralr N verv much
-M'fs Alice Daniels has retnrnC from needrc. Oi n--s-hoppers are putting hi
Mlddlehury. -A daughter was lore to Mr. their appearand to some extent. -John
and Mrs O. I,. Hasseltlne In Montpellcr Pau. Is in Crown Point on business.
Friday. Mrs Kmtra Conley and ''liss Alta
Cooley are nt home from n visit In
Leicester - The Rev. Ira P. Kellngg. who,
has beer, visiting his parents In Mnnkton, '
was In town Frldav, Mr. Kpllogg was
graduated from tho Harvprd Dlvlnltv
school In June. Ho Is a Rvadtintc of the
Hristol high school, class of "DS and will
go to Florence, Mass.. September 1 as
pastor nf tho I'nltailau Chnrch.--Mrs
I.oretta J. Phalr Is recovering from the
Injuries received bv her horse becnmlng
frightened by nil automobile. -Dr. H. K.
Hasscltlno has been ordered to P.uffalo. 1 cek.s at the lake In the Kildy-W'illnugh-X.
Y., and left Saturday. Ho Is an as- i,v cottage, "Tlu Rocks". Among others
nlatant surgeon In the public health and nrP jtlss Hcth DoiiRiass of New Vnik.
marine hospltnl service. A daughter was jilsa Kvelyn Wlllouglihy jf Northanip
born Saturday to Dr. nnd Mrs. II. K. , tnll. Mis. Hilggs and two children of
No trace of 1. W. Pullman has been
found. Searching parties were out all
Saturday and Sunday. Weston Trmlo wna
badly bruised Saturday bv falling from
the secon.l siory oi n. u. iiosnortn s new
house. Mr. and M-s. Kackott and C. W. '
lilinsneo ni rrui-inr aim tioi.nn iunsiiee
nf Rcranton. Pa., are vlstttng Mrs. Nlcltm
ui. iiunsiiee anu lamiiv - .mi.'s Jennie
M. Orow has gone to Rlciiford for an
Indnflnlt. ptn ,llli ttm l?nt nr,,l Mro
s T rwv -Miss r.rnr Pn,.o,-s ,,'r
Prtneeton, III., was a guest of M-s. R.
A. Purlnton Sunday nnd Mnndav. Mr.
nnd Mrs. F. J Rra.ly and Oenrge Mc
Mnn of New York started for Manitoba
Sundnv. Tbev exrirpt In bp lvmn livn
weeks --MUs ' Kllnheth Tmrnnnss t
Westf.eld Is a snest of M-. and Mrs. K.
W. Varnev. Miss Truninnss Is n fnrmor
teacher in the graded school, and for
throe years has hepn teaching In Clifton,
Ariz. Mrs. Kato Pettlhone and daugh
ter, Edna, who have bPen visiting here,
havo returned to Richmond. Mrs.
Vnnceletto nnd daughter hnvo return tn
Cornwall. The Rpv, nnd Mrs. I. E. Fshpr
nrp passing their vacation In Poultney
nnd Massachusetts, Mrs. Sophia Farr Is
visiting In nitrllnKton. Tho temperature
as 0"i degre.s In the shnde here Sun
day afternoon. Miss Ahble Onvo has re-
turned from two weeks In Hurllngton.
Jennie Pukett and Normnn Nndeait nf
Rrldport are guests of Mr, and Mrs.
W. F. Chase.
The selectmen hnvo offered a reward
n for the finding or any Information
thnt will lead to tho return of Irving W.
Pullman, who left his home early Fri
day morning.-Mrs. I,. B. Warner, Mr,
and Mrs, I,. T. Rockwell and two. danghi
ters, Carrie nnd Wealthy, of Ashtabula,
Ohio, nro guests of relatives here. O, A,
panfnrth hns returned from his trip
tn Seattle and San Francisco. Harry
Flint hns entered the employ of W. H.
Card el I as nn order and delivery clerk.
John R. Kllburn died at (he home of
his son, A. R, Kllburn, on North street
yesterday about noon. Ho had been In
poor health for over two years, llo was
a veteran of tho Civil War, corvine In
Co. a, 1st Vermont regiment. Ilo leaves
a wlfo and two sons, A. B. and Krnest,
who reside hero. Mr. Kllburn wne a
member of Uhanus Hodge, F, & A. M
and of W. C. Dunton Post. 'l, A, . His
age was about 70 yearH. XothlnK new has
developed In tho case of the inlltiir
ninrf, I. W. Pullmnn.-Mrs. Krank
Planchnrd Is vlsltlnc her sister In Ver
gennes. Miss Amy Summer 's vlsltlu
her sister In Cornwall. There will bo a
Orange vlcnlo on the N. J. Hill farm Sat-
Mass,, Is n guest of Mrs. If. C. H, Hris
tol nnd other relatives. Robert Hunshee
of Scrantnn, l'n,, hns returned homo
after a visit with his mother anil sister.
C. W. Dunsheo nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Hack-
'"Vo rptlirned to Prnrtnr.-Mr
- Ml - S' Ernest Sherman of Hartford, Conn.,
nrp vlsttlmi hln mother, Mrs. Martha
Mrs. O. H. Hoot of Washington, I).
C, Is passim? a few weeks at Mr,
"ss .Maim j'nrnnnm is visum? in
Hlchford. Miss Mabel Townor passed
Sunday In Sandy 1 tf 11. N. V., tho guest
of Miss Mabel Hurt. Miss NelUo '
sell In visiting relntlvcs In Sandy Hill,
Held Carr of New York was a guest
of his cousin, Mrs. F. K. Piatt, Sunday.
R. W Woodbury has returned from
l HuilltiRton, much Improved In health. -
Hilda Piatt has returned from Htlilport
Too body of Miss Lmma Wilson was -
Miss Abbey of Keene. Mlcl 1!. II.
Frebln nnd Dr. Kidder are on llshlng
"P ol W at .viorian.
Mrs. William C. Crlswnld of Orwell
will be "at home" on hor 01 Ii hlrth-
listened to by a packed house, many
coming from adjoining towns, and was
the greatest musical treat that the
people ever had here. Mrs. O. S. Mnffett
fell at her home Saturday and broke
three ribs Th V. P. S. C. 1 met with
H I,. Allen Tuesday evening. --W. N.
Nlckersor will show a fine string of
jinrgin hnrfcs at the. Mlddlehury fair
Thn npy Mr Jj0n(. prpncU at t,,0
Congregational Church Sunday.
I"1' vol"; l'-i " '" "
Mrs. Walter White, who was operated
on for appendicitis at the Mary Fletcher
hospital St HurlJliRtou Wednesday Is
gaining nicely.-Dr an.: Mrs. II. J.
Spauldlng and two children who have
Mrs. Huilev indwell has gnnn to Dauby
tn visit her dauglit. r, Mrs. Orlfflth -Mrs.
Denton Is spending her vacation ncross
the lake at the homo of her parents. Dr.
Denton's sl' ter is keeping house for him.
.-The Methodist Sunday school will havo
:i pit nlc on Mt. plilln to-day. The
pUnl.kers are to statt from the church
at n:P0 n'clncl:.- -The Misses Mary and
.Mabel Kddy and Miss Adeline v,u-p nf
' Xm thrmpt.in, Mass., nio spr tiding a few
Hristol. nnd Miss Genevieve llnrsford of
charlotte. Clarcnrp .1. IVrR'ison of I!ur-
Ungton will deliver an address at tho
Fried Church Sunday evening. Mis.
ijzx0 .shppntil and daughter. Uva, nro
Vtl.,.r ... Tiiim.nith.-Thei e weio no
services at tlie Friends Church Sunday
i i,(.in.r mi'ittprlv
meeting In South
, ut.u !)iJ,mJi
Nelson P.. Douglass. nKed S.T
cueii nuniiav. no wn.s iiicneii win, par
alysis f.lx ypars ago, since which tltno
ho had bepii a cniillrmed Invalid. Mr,
Douglass was tho last of a lurge famllv,
a son of HetiHjah, and grjiidsou of James
Miush Douglass, who came from Corn
wall, Conn., and settled in town in 17M,
Mr, Douglass Invented tho "Douglass
I hay '""''"f." and for many years carried
un a largo dairy business. Ho leaves a
wife, one son, Jnmcs, who resides on the
homo farm, and two daughters, Maria
of Xew York nnd Mrs. Edwin Hlndes
of Plttsfnrd. The funeral wns held nt
the house at eleven o'clock Wednesday.
Mrs. IC. H. Matthews received it cable
gram Monday telling of tho .l"ath of her
father, John Amundson, In Pails, Mr.
A'mundson and wife were making an ex
tended tour abroad when he was stil. ic
on with a fever. Mr. and Mrs. (leorgo
E. Field nnd son of Oonistnck, X. Y
spent Sunday at his brother's, A. J.
Field.-Miss Amelia Xni tnn ol Drummond
Island, l.ako Huron, nrrlv. d Tuesdny tn
visit her slsur, Mrs. W, II. Curtis. Dr.
and Mrs. S. H. Mnynard rnuin Satin. lay
firm Hurllngton to spend Sunday with
her father. O. A, Field, and their chil
dren who aro spending the Milliliter
there. Mrs. Hattlo I'rost-Tcnnler of Hus
ton Is nt J. 11. Atwood's, called here by
tho death of her grandfather, A. W.
Frost. Mrs. Kalhnrlno Hralneid of Flor
ida is visiting her sister-in-law, Mrs. Rol
Tho lawn social at the chinch Tuesday
evening was well attended, It was un
der the auspices of the t. R, R. society
and JI7.C0 was realized.- Thn Hndles' Aid
society met with Mrs. Joseph Tntro Wed
nesday. Mr, pud Mrs. S. Cyre nie the
pnren Is of. daiiBhter.-jMIss Edith
Nlson of Rrldport has been, thn guest of
Miss Evn Smith, Mr, mid Mrs, Edgar
Hrown nro the guests of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. O'Hyan - Henry
Palmer mid daughter, Mlss I.ucy Palmer,
hnvo been visiting In llratt'oboro, .Miss
Hello Shot man gnvo u recital with her
pupils at th hall Saturday ovcnlne. It
was Mtilto well attended.-Mr. and Mrs.
Hlenn Torrey are the parents of a daugh
ter. Ituth Stella was born August ,,
Fred Smith of Holyoko, Mass.. Is tho
guest of his cousin, Myron Smith.
Ti,p t- 0. C will meet Thursday with
Mrs William Hlll.-Seldon Cn'dwell of
St Albans visited his fnmlly here over
Sunday. -Tho Hill reunion will bo held In
the grove of (leorRO O'Hrynn at Shirks
bnro village August lS.-Clayton Smith
nf Hlchmmid vlflted In town the first of
Hip wpek.-Tlie Itev. J. Franklin Hrandon
of New Hainpshlro wilt apeak In tho
Interest of tho Anti-Saloon League Sun
day morning tit JOtSO o'clock. The Orange
picnic will be held In the grove of J tin I
Fuller In Hilstol August H, Mrs. Wil
liam Hntison ai'd family have returned to
Thompson vIIIp. Conn. Mrs. Henry Nor
ton nf Rttrllngtnn Is vh'tlng nt Hr.
The Hov. and Mrs. O. M. Janes Mid
two sons of Hurllngton, 'Maine, nro tho
guests of Mr. and Mrs. A, J. Hrown.
H. .1. Harnett nf Crown Point, N. Y..
Is the guest nf Mr. and Mrs. C. T.
Mason. Miss Kato lllch Is on a week's
vltflt In Hrnndnn, Mlddlehury nnd Poult"
Mlsn Htln Whltlork of Htandon
Is the vilest of Mr. and Mrs. V. C
Kelsey. Mr. A. A. Pond nf Hrandon
was In town Sunday. Miss Clnra
Hriggs Is the guest of Mrs, Kate Ifpt
chnin. Mrs. H. W. Denton rpturiiPd
finm Tlcnderoga Monday wherp sho
has ben visiting for n wpM:. Mrs. C.
Miss Stelta Turner of Mlddlehury and
Miss Addis Parklll nf Cnrnwall have been
spending a few days with Mrs. W. II.
Hall.-Miss Cram Twltchell Is entertain
ing friends from Moo.ts, N. Y. On ac
count nf the camp meeting nt Spring
Orove, there will be no services at tho
Methodist Church for two Snndnj-s. Ono
hundred and forty persons attended the
Sunday school picnic Inst week. A ball
panic end n rldo on the river In Mr. Whit
man's launch were anions tho attrac
tions. SOUTH STARKSBORO.
Samuel Tart has returned to his home
In Montp.lier. Mr. and Mrs. I-ayton
Elliott of Ferrlsburgh wero guests of
their brother. C.eorge Klllntt, last week.
Mrs DeWItt Oreene left Tuesday for
her homo In Htiffalo, N. Y.-Tho funeral
of Mrs. Harry Hallock was held at tho
Jetusalem schoolhouse Saturday after
noon, Mr. Charles Franklin officiating.
The reunion of tho Pttrlntnn families
will be held nt William Labor's In Hristol
August 10.--Dr. and Mrs. Walter D.
Ciieene of Rufl'alo, X. Y.. and Mr. nnd
Irs Kllsha Follansbee and sen of Proc
tor are guests at David Follansbee's.
Miss Daisy Hutchinson of Hronklyn, X.
Y . Is 'a guest at Mrs. D. Harris Under-hlll'-:.
Miss Jennie McWilllams of I'roy, N.
Y., Is the guest of Mrs. F. iV. Partch.
Mls Oennieve Hlckey Is passing vaca
tion with her aunt, Mrs. Sarah Flem
mlng. J F. Rowley returned to Phila
delphia Sunday after a two weeks' vaca
tion with her patents, Mr. nnd Mrs. F.
K. Rowley. .Mr. nnd Mrs. Oonrge Fltts
nie visiting In thp Wpst. Mill Wnllaee
of WatPi-1 urj Is the guest of Miss Marcia
Wlnslnw. C. K. F.vcrej'. I3 in Shafts
bury. K. S. Rowley of Slielburns Is the
guest of his son. F. K. Rowley. Mr. nnd
Mrs H. C. Peck ro'iirned from camp
Miss Rose Tavlo.' Is at homo from Hur
llngton for several weeks Mrs. Caswell
o' Rlpt-m Is with her datiRhte-, Mrs.
Charlps Fjsk -Tho Woman's Chrlstiar
Tpmperanre Fnlnn will nice; August IS
with Mrs. I.ucy Perry. I. Sharpiio and
two sons from .Mlddlehury were In town
Miss Frances Dexter, of Xiw Hamp
shire, is a guest at D. K. Rice's - F. A.
Norton has sold the hotel property to
P. C. Russell. Mrs. Fuller has returned
to Oh'tis Falls. -Albert Kingslan.l and
family have leturned to Salisbury. Mrs.
Kizzle Haitlett of Amenta. N Y., Is tho
Riiest of Mis. Auriha Fi'-tclier. Ueorgn
Payne and family have been In camp
as guests of tho norib-n pud Hemenway
families. Mr. and Mis 'irnrgo Charfer
have returned to Mlddlehury.
Mr. nnd Mrs J. J. Campbell and
daughter, Mrs. II. H. Kimball, havn
gone lo Prahr's Island, :,Ip. fnr a two
weeks' stay. Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Spauldlng and Miss Frcdn Prince, who
have been visiting In Hoston return
ed Monday. Tlie funeral ( the 10-ycai-old
son of Mr. and Mrs Jack
Jones was held Monday morning at
the house, thn How I.. A. Wilson offi
ciating and tho interment was in the
Aiken cemetery. Tho child had bpeu
Hi some tltnu from tin- effects of the
measles The Sundnv school of the
Congregational Church will havo a
picnic to-day at Hong Pond. The
children will he slven nil auto ride
to tho pond The Woodbury (Iranlto
Co, has Invited all their employes and
famllloii to a picnic on Woodbury
mountain Saturday, the trip being
mado by train. A lawn party was
given by tho Rev. nnd Mrs. D. I..
Snntord at their homo on Church
street Tuesdny evening to members
of their parish. Refreshments were
served nnd an orchestra furnished
music F. n. Pnpo ban moved into his
new homo on Summer street. Everett
Hrldgnian has arrived hero to spend
n few weeks' vacation. Xpt Sunday
evening he will render n violin solo
at thu Congregational Church. Eai 1
Davis of Leominster, Mass.. who has
be. n visiting liis unci,., C. .', D.ivls,
went to lilnrrisvlllu Wednesday to
visit his grandparents before return
A stubborn flro In a tenement hoitso
required tho services of the Hre .in
parlment for nearly two t.oum Fri
day iifternoon, The alarm was
rutirf In from box SI shortly before
four o'clock, and when tho firemen
arrived they found a hot fire well
started and rapidly gaining headway.
The double tenement Ikiiiho at Nos. 10
and 12 LeClnlr avenue, owned by
Philip DennlH, wns tho seeiio nt llu
b'lize nnd nfter a light of nn hoiti
and ii hnlf lU- fcmill was sounded
Tho Uiicwunta were vacant and were
being fttmlgnted with th"e aid of sul
phur cntxllps and It Is believed thnt
ono of the candles cntno In contact
with Bomo combustible material, start
ing tho fire, which caused consider
able dntnng'o to tho woodwork In the
mn In pnrt of the house, gutted both
kitchens nnd destroyed both sheds at
tached to thn building, A second
alarm was necessary, to which the
engine of the Stpamer company re
sponded with additional hosp, as the
firpmpn were hadly handlcnppod owing
to thn long Kiudo on t'tilnn street tip
which It wns necessary to rump
water. Another line of hose was run
from thn hydrant at tho corner of
North and Spring streets and better
service was secured. An explosion
occurred during tho progress of the
flro, which has not as yet been ac
counted for. Windows and doors were
blown off the building but no ono
was Injured. Tho loss was covered
Hubert Iteaudettn dlod at his home
on Wlnooskl HeUhts lato Thursday
ovenlnB aftor rv two y. nrs' Illness fol
lowing a shock. Mr. RenitdPttP was
born In St. Jean rt'Esohntllnns, P. Q.
In lst2 and wns In tho fith year of
his age. The greater pnrt of his life
has been spent In the village althiugh
for 12 years he was omploynl as a
stone nutter In Montnollor. He wns a
member of Company F, 8th regiment,
Vermont volunteers, and was In many
battles during the war. Ho In sur
vived by n wlfo, two sons, Peter nf
Montpellcr. and Joseph of Hot Springs.
Ark. The funPrnl wns held at St.
Francis Xnvler Church Saturday nt
eight o lock.
A son was born Sunday to Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Oeswell.
Mr. and Mrs. Eitpene Seymour are tho
patpnts of twin girls born Saturday. This
is the pcnnd time that twins have been
born to them, the first set being 13
Mls Julia Cleason of Hurllngton has
taken a position as bookkeeper In the
store nf W. R. Atwood. Watson Rleau
of Orand Isle has also been engaiid as
Hyron J. Douglass of Plttsford died
early M unlay morning at the home
of ills brother Maurice I.. Douglass,
nt Malletts Hay whero he had been
visiting for six weeks. Death wns
due to acute Rrlght's disease. Mr.
roiighi!s was born In Richmond June
20, 15.1s, and for the past 40 years
had resided in Plttsford. Ho Is sur
vived bv two daughters, Mrs. Abble
Stacy of North Yakmn, Wash., and
Mrs. Mabel Fletcher of Chicago who
Is here, and his brother, M. U Doug
lass The remains wero taken to Plttsford
for burial Tuesday morning.
The special village meeting called for
Tuesday evening to take action nn
the prnpnsd purchase of a steam
roller and stone crusher was brought
to an abrupt close by an ad
journment as soon as tho meet
ing was formally opened. The meeting
was well attended, nr.d after the opening
formalities, .Install Dupaw moved that
the meeting bo adjourned without date,
which wns promptly carried.
Word was received yesterday of the
death nf the infant child nf Mr. and Mrs.
William McKle of Denver, Colo. Mrs.
McKle was formerly Miss Kate Farrell
of this village.
Mr and Mrs. Ralph M. Church and
daughter of Rutland, who have been
visiting his sister, Mrs. A. P. Bylngton,
went Saturday to Jonesvlllo to visit his
brother. W. A. Church. Mrs. A. O.
Rrooks, who hns been visiting her moth
er. Mrs. A. W. Ross, went Saturday to
Schenectady. X. Y., whern Mr. Brooks
Is employed. The MIbsps Hazel Woods
and HPiirletta Warren of Essex Junction
have been visiting Miss Ada Curtis for a
few days. The Ladles' Help society of
the Itapt'.st Church served tee cream
nt the home of W. E. Huxton Tuesday
evening. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Johnson
have returned from tho White Moun
tains Miss I.ulu Lincoln, who hns been
nt home for n few weeks, has returned
to Fnderhlll. where she s cashier In C.
X Stvgles store. Park H. Utown is hav
ing n 1." days' vacation from his duties
as R. F. D. carrier -A. W Ross Is In
Plttslleld, Mass., whete he hns employ
ment. It W, Hrown was nt home from
Hnrllncton over Sunday. Mrs. Jennie
Roberts, who has been visiting at F S.
Tnmllnson's, returned to Rnrllngton Fri
day. Miss I .aura Carroll of Essex Junc
tion spent Sunday at her home here.
Miss Lena Grow has returned from
Wfwtforil. Schools throughout town will
open August ? with the following teach
ers: High school, principal, Miss Maudo
M. Tucker, assistant. Miss Mary Mnrnn:
Jericho Centre, hliher grade. MI'S Mary
I.enry. lower grade, Mrs. Maude Hurl
but Hlcknrll; Jericho, grammar, ly. A.
Hrown, Intermediate, Miss Mnry Adrlf-n,
primary, Mrs. Lena Whltton Rice; Lee
River. Mrs. Eva Ford Xealy; Wlnooskl
valley, Mrs. Ellen H. Mann; south ills
trlct, Miss Xellle Ieoiinrd: Nashville,
Miss Loralne Ransom. All except Miss
Tucker of Mhldlebury are residents of
this town, nnd all have been employed tn
this town for several years exeppt Miss
Ransom nt Xashville.
Mr. and Mrs. James Safford. Jr., nnd
son, Snvllle, nro In Berkshire for a week
visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. William
Hnzzell and son, Harry of Lowell, Mass.,
who havo been visiting his brother and
sister here, went Saturday to West Der
by to visit his father, the Rev. J. T. Huz
7.0II. Homer Wells of Cambridge spoilt
Sunday at Oeoigo W. Foster's. Mrs. E.
V.. Alger spent Saturday In Buillngton.
Mrs. W. II, Whlftney and child of Bur
hngton have been visiting Mrs. Whit
ney's sister, Mrs, C. M. Chittenden.
Mr. nnd Mrs, Seymour Wakefield of Bur
lington were vlsltois over Sunday at the
homo of Stephen E. Curtis. Miss Myrtlo
Alger was a guest of friends In Burling
ton over Sutiday.-Dr and Mrs. B. II.
Stone nnd daughter returned to Rnrllng
ton Monday morning after spending Sun
day In town.
Miss Maud Martin of Full River, Mass.
Is vsllng her sister, Mrs. L. C. Con-mit-Mr.
and Mrs. P. C. Davis and Miss
Elisabeth Henley, who have been In
camp nt Iike Iro.iiols for ten days, re
turned homo Satuidav. Mrs. Herbert
TMnory nnd children of Keene, X. H.
nro the guests of Mr, and Mrs. L. C.
Coiuint. The funeral of Mrs Mary
Burke, who died Friday morning, after
a long Illness, will bo held nt tho Church
of Our Lady of tho Holy Rosary tills
morning at nine o'clock. Mrs. John
Cunningham of Boston Is visiting her
father. Mlrhnel Murphy.--.Mr. and Mrs.
11. E. Kenyon havo returned from their
wedding ttlp. Mis. J, E, Barrett and
children, who have been guests of her
father. Mi- Mutphy, for tho past week
returned to Montpeller Saturday,
The funeral of Mrs, Mary Hnrke, who
died Frida after n long Illness, wns
held nt the Church of Our Lady of the
Holy Rosary Monday morning at nine
o'clock, the Rev. James O'Neill of North
Held, n cousin of the deceased, officiat
ing, nsslstrd by the Rev. A. P. Clermont.
The bearers were Thomas O'Brien, John
Ryan, Thomas O'Neill of Wnterbury,
'l'l.....nu r, . Il.tntrv and John
Keefo of this' town nnd Internet was
In thn new cemetery. Among those from I
out ot town Jn attendance were: Mr.J
nnd Mrs. Thomas O'Neill, Mr. nnd Mra
Thomas O'Brien, Mr. and Mrs. Jnmet
O'Brien, thn Misses Margatet nnd Mary
O'Neill, Annie Rose O'Brien nnd John
Ryan of Wnterbury; thn Misses Kather
Ine and Agnes Keefo of Hurllngton, Mr
nnd Mrs. McKenzle of Shelburne, nn
Mr. nnd Miss Hnrt of f harlotte. Mist
Mary Purtel nnd Miss Holla Mahoney
are visiting In Montpellcr - Miss Stell
Rllblee of Jersey City, X. J., Is the guest
of Miss Elizabeth Henley. The Missel
fjeorgln nnd Zoo Towers nro taking a
trip tn the Thousand Islands nnd th
Oreat Lakes. Miss Mnry Abbott of Bos
ton Is tho guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. C.
Fuller.-Mrs. W. R. Fuller hns returned
from a six weeks' stay at thn home ol
her parents In Andnver, Mas, Miss
Alice Wnrwood has returned from n
three weeks' vacation spent with friends
In Blddefor.l, Mo. -Miss Mhrgaret FUz
gernld, who lias been visiting Mr nnd
Mrs. Mnrlln Pnrtol, returned to Mont
neller Monday - L. F.. I'rlnr Is In An.
dover, Mass., for n two weeks' vacation.
A one-sided gamp of base ball Satur
day nftprnoon wns won by South I!ur
Ungton from Willlston by the score ol
IS to 0. Mrs. II. A. Hlxbv Is confined
to her bed by Illness. Her nged mother,
Mrs. Elliot who lives with her Is very
feeble. Mrs. Cordelia Tebo who has been
in poor henlth for a long time Is not nt
well. Mr. and Mrs. H. II. Tilley ot
of St. C.eorgo and Mr. nnd Mrs. S. X.
Tilley of Willlston weio In town Sun
day to see their brother, S. H Tilley,
who Is sick. A daughter was born Snt
urdny to Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Hayes -.
Mrs. E. A. Rollins Is passing a few days
at tho home of her brother, Jnmei
Mahon, In Huntington. Mrs. W H,
Pratt returned to her home In Mechan
Icsvlllo Tuesday nfter a month's stay
at F. C. Ishams.
Silas II. Tilley of the "Tollnte cot
tag", who 1ms been confined to his bed
for several weeks, bad for his gnesti
Sunday In honor of his OMh 'rthday,
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney X Tilley of Willis
ton, Mr. nnd Mrs. Hiram II. Tilley and
daughter, Miss Margnrtte of St George,
Mrs. W. T. Tilley of Richmond, and his
son, Hiram F. Tlltev and family ol
Fourth street -Road Commissioner '
II. Whlto Is puffin? In a fine stretch ol
permanent road between Dorset and
Fourth streets on the turnpike- Eleazer
Tnft of Escx Junction, who Is over H
years of age, walked tn and from hln
home Friday to visit his brother-in-law,
S. II. Tilley.
Mrs. Hesse, (formerly Margaret Ascy.)
will present "Hiawatha." at the Fourth
Street Church FO"lable tn be held at
E. R. Slocum's In Shelburne Saturday
evening. Cake and Ice cream will bt
Mr and Mrs. D. J. Williams xnd Mr.
nr.d Mrs. C M. Ransome were In Jeffer
sonvlllo Saturday. Tho ladles' Aid will
meet with Mrs. Sentcr Friday afternoon
nnd supper will be served from 5:00 to 6:04
p. m. Mr. Senfer will carry all thos!
wishing to go free of chargo and will
lcavo Mrs. Dygret's nt 1:00 p. m Tin
Rev. Rlodgctt will meet the young peopl
at tho Methodist Church Satuidny al
3:09 p. m. for tho purpose of orR.mlzIn:
a Junior league. A son was born Sunday
to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Fishier. Th
Mlssej Landon of South Hero wero guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lawrence Satur
day and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hollls of Xew York
city are spending two weeks nl .i E. H.
Hollls and family. Mr. and rs. J S
Patrick of Rnrllngton visited here Sun
day Miss Beatrice Moore of Burlington
is the sliest of Miss Hazel Cassady -Harlow
Hostwlck of Burlington Is at
Lucius Bnstwlck's. C J. Russell of Bur
lington was at M. F. Remington's ovei
Sunday. The supper and entertainment
by the Oransre Saturday evening wa
largely nttended. A line musical and
literary entertainment wns given. Miss
Beatrice Mooro gave several piano soloi
and Mrs. Edgar Mender recited. Mrs.
Clarl: Pierce and daughter of Ferrls
burgh aro guests of Guy Tobey Mrs. C
J. Russell nnd daughter. E:leen, have re
turned to Hurllmcton after two weeks nt
M. F. Remington's.-Harry Russell whe
was operated upon nt the Mary Fletchet
hospltnl a week ago. Is Improving -Henry
Stebblns has purchased an auto
mobile, the only one owned In town.
Mr. and Mrs. Holmes Rates nnd daug.
ther of Massachusetts aro visiting he(
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Orln Baker Mrs.
A. B. Small of Burlington is visiting rela
tives here. Mr nnd Mrs. Ralph HalloeH
of Stnrksboro visited her parents, Mr.
nnd Mrs. S. J. Randall, over Sunday -Mr.
nnd Mrs. Clinton Mix nnd children
of Montpellcr nnd Mrs. Truax of Rich'
ford nre guests of O. F. Wan en Mlstj
LIU Bakerjs with her sister, Mrs Rello
Wright, In 'Rutland for an Indefinite
stay. Mrs. Jertisha Taft and grand"
daughter, Miss Pauline Taft, vis ted In
South Stnrksboro the past week. Harvey
Ellis went to Wnltsdeld Saturday, wher
he hns employment In a creamery
Miss Sadie Rublee of Southampton,
Mass., has been visiting at M E. Brew
ster's the past few days. Miss Lillian
Morrison of MallPtts bay Is visiting Miss
Alice Andrews. -W. E Hanks of BrlsMl
visited his brother, D. F. Hanks. Wed
nesday. Mi. nnd Mrs. Hurley 11,11 of Mex
ico were guests at F. R. Strong's the tlrst
of Hip week. Clarence Hlndgett of Boltoit
Is movlnR Into n part of George Hartlett's
farm house. County Road Commlsslonef
Ilnbart of Westford was In town Wed'
nesdny William Guyette of Bolton hn
moved Into the house with Patrick Hill.
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Randall and Mrs.
Williams and Miss Gorton, who hav
been visiting here the past few weeks,
went to Essex Thursday for a few days.
vOrand Patron, F. R. Stoddard and sit
of the oftlcers from Chnmplaln Chapten
Xo. ti, O, E. S., went to South Herd
Monday evening nnd ronsU'utted Island
Chapter, Xo. 73, nnd Installed the new
officers. A. D. Finlayson of Bellowi
Fnlls visited at Dr. Stoddard's Sunday
Miss Rachel Klngsley of East tlnremloni
who has been visiting Miss Mattle fitod-
daid for a few days, returned to hef
home Tuesday. Tho Misses argaref
and Jnnet Harmon returned home from
St, Albans Monday.- F. W. lllssonette U
changing some of the partitions In thn
vlllngo school building and making nu
mber recitation room. Mr. and Mrs.
James A. Carey will go Thursday to at,
Islnnd near Boothby Harbor on the Mains
const, or a month's vocation. -Mrs. W.
S. Wtb and sos, Seward and Winder
hilt, went to New York Sunday, evenlnf.
In the suit of Robeit Redmond of Wlb
llston vs. P. A. L. linker of Essex t
recover the valuo of a hound shot by Mr
Raker, a hearing was held ut Martin A
Bailey's ofllce Saturday by Justice Geor
W Dobervlllo of Hurllnston. Judgmenl
was rendered for the defendant to re
cover hlr costs and an appeal was tnkee
to county court. Mr. Baker, who Is do
puty tlsh and (tamo warden, shot the do
i,u,. it was chasing der. Brown nn4
I Hopkins appeared for the plaintiff nnd
I ......... --a ihiim. for tho defendant.
Martin and Halley for the defendant.
Comued on paae 3.