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THE UUKhliXUTUN il'UUM 1'KESS AND TIMES: THURSDAY, AUGUST 12, 1003
HAPPENINGS IN VERMONT
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station Is n menace tn the farmers: of the
State. "Mrs, H. W. Smith of Morrlsvlllo
was a visitor hero Tiiesdny.-The Rev.
3t. A. O. Abbe, the fnrnnr pastor of tho
Congrogntlonnl C'lmrch hero, lias accepted
a coll to Homers, Conn., uml will move
his fnmlly there soon. -Mr. siml Mrs. I'.
O, Stafford hnvo boon at Queen City
Park for n wool:. M.'s. Lucy Bridge of
Albany, N. Y 1ms boon visiting .Miss Ida
Harris for severnl dnys. J, L. Stafford
Is In Burlington. Mrs. Mnry T)oborty of
floston Is visiting lier slstor, Mrs. O. B.
Iitice. A. H. Cheney was In Woleott
Tuesday to attend tbe Sunday school
Plans for tlio observance of Old Homo
Week Include an nil day celebration Tues
day or Wednesday of next week, with n
cries of Fpnrts In the forenoon, plonlr
dinner nt Palisades Pnrk followed by ad
dresses, a base ball came In the latter
part of the afternoon and a band concert
and reception In the evening. Hx-Mayor
W. 3. Rlgolow of Burlington will give nn
address and thorn will probably he
other speakers. Mr. nnd Mrs. It. W.
Fulllngton wove visitors In Hyde Park
Wednesday Mrs. Rllzabeth Puller has
returned from n several weeks' stay In
SrotTlsvllle. The Mnnn famllv will hold
Its annual reunion Thursday nt Palisades
Park. P O. Hurt has returned from Bos
ton with n 30 to 10 horse power Jnekson
automobile. Mrs. Prod K. Smith was In
Burlington Wednesday -.Tnscrhus Sallies
nnd dnughtor, Mi's Vera, of w Haven,
Conn., are vIMtlng relatives !n Stowo.
Mrs. P. D. Pike Is visiting In Newbtirv.
Itnmllton Mef'uen nnd Mnrv Davis
were married nt the Methodist parsonage
August 10 by thn Rev. J. Q. Angoll. The
lilgh nnd graded xehnols will open Sep
tember S, The board of Instructors Is
cot wholly completed Mr. nnd Mrs
William roolo and Mr nnd Mrs. Frank
Cooloy nnd two eblldron of Montpellor
ore visit Incr Mr and Mrs P. K. Cooloy.
Fell?: Wells and Miss Goddnrl Weill of
fit. Johns. P. Q . are gnostn nt thn borne
of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. P.
I,. Wells. -Tho Itov V. M. Hardy of
Morrlsvlllo wdl preaeh nt tho Congi-ogii-tlonnl
The ball same here Saturday with
Morrlsvlllo was won by .Tof fersom ille.
t to 1.-Arthur Hnvlcv started for the)
West, Tuesday night whole ho has rcl
tives. Mrs. H. K. Ilnrned. urn and
Baughter has returned from n several
Peeks' stay In Rochester. X Y. Mrs
I.aura Smith has returned from Queen
City Park.- There will be an operetta,
at the town hall to-night entitled
'Golden Hnlr and the Three Hoars',
under tho direction of Miss F.vangollnc
Wallace of Chicago for tho bencfl" of
Tho Indies' Aid society. Mm. Thomp
son of Rochester. N. Y., Is a Kilos' at
the parsonage. Amonc those who at
tended the Nye reunion In Hlghgato the
past week were Norman Nye and fami
ly of East Cambridge, Mrs. J. A. Wnt
ktna nnd H. H. Nye of this place. Pace
'"TJfford has finished work as clerk hi tho
tore ot P. L. Start, and Rone to his
homo In Fairfax. He Is succeeded by A.
I. Hnll of Holton. Thn funeral of Mrs.
Banford Heath was held nt her late
liome In Pleasant Valley Friday, August
6., he Itov H. P. Hnrned officiating.
The choir from this place furnished
music with Miss Marlon Cornell ns
organist. Mrs. Heath was the only
daughter of the lute Calvin nnd I,ydla
Bennett Hnrker nnd was a life lone resi
dent of this town. Her ago was 73 years.
Mr. and Mrs. Myron Ixueh of Fletcher
visited nt Mrs. Ann Leach's Saturday,
Mr. and Mis. Gonigo O'Nell have re
turned from Lake Hdon, where they
have been spending beveral days. Mrs.
E. 1L Hinds nnd Misses Juno and Jennie
have returned to Morrlsvlllo. W. L.
Grlswold 1.1 taking n two week's vacation.
K. B. Bmlth is substitute on the II. F. D.
route. Fred Pitman has finished work
for H. H Cady, Mrs. Herbert Jones
hug been In St .Albans tho pas: week
Mrs. Harlle Ross and children have re
turned from Underbill, where she bar
been visiting her parents. Mrs. Ann
Ijench has returned from Hyde Park.
Where she has been the guest of her son,
Justin Ieach. Miss Nellie lioyce of St.
Albans Is tho guest of her sister, Mrs.
Albert Cutting. Mrs. C. C. Mead has
gone to Pnderhlll for n few days. -Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Cutting were In Btirllng
ton Tuesday. Howard Tuvl3, the little
eon of Andrew Davis, was badly injured
Tuesday by falling from some lumber
rear tho station. Mrs. C. Hulbnrt of
Jioston is the guest of Mrs, Lucy Wheo
lock. Mrs. N, A. Hawley spent Sunday
at Queen City park. Mr nnd Mrs. Me
Clure attended the funeral of .Mrs. North
rop at Westfiold Sunday Mrs. I Ijav
ns and daughter, Dorothy, have gone
4o Riverside, camp, Knosburgh and Berk
shire for a several weeks' stay. Miss
Mnnle Initman has returned from St.
Iilbann, whero she has been spending
Tile county Sunday school convention
fcaa held hero Tint-day. -Miss Jluth Chs-
rVell of Monlstown Is visiting her aunt,
Irs. Georgo Allen. F. H. Morse passed
undny -with his daughter, Mrs. Joseph
livers, In Morrlstown.--The Itev. J. H.
fWills Is taking a three weeks' vacation
and with his wife went Wednesday to
Sheldon camp meeting. The Rev. B. L.
Jennings will preach In tho Methodist
Church Sunday. John Vlclo suffered a
evera hemorrhage of the nose Thursday
night which was caused by an ulcerated
tooth. An operation whs necessary, The
Jtv. Burton Jennings, pastor of the
Methodist Church In Bomervllle, Mass
fs passing a vacation with his parents
Iter. Mr. and Mrs. II. W. Moody passed
Sunday at tho homo of Mrs. Moody's broth
er, Nathaniel Jones In Cabot. P. I. Mer
Itt Is In very feeblo health, Mrs. Charles
rWells of Montpeller Is visiting Mr. Wells's
fcwthor, Mrs. C. Pavlson.
Tho donth of Kdward T. Sault occurred
Wednesday, August 4. He has been In
poor health since, last spring. Mr, finnlt
was a well known citizen, n veteran of
the Civil War nnd for 23 years quarter
master of U. 8. Grant Post, No. 96, G, A
H. Jin Is survived by a wife and four
ons, W, 13. nnd H, I.. Sault ot Lynn,
Mass., 7a. L. Sault of Bomervllle, Mass.,
and C. Y.. ,'lnult of Mnrbleliend, Mass, He
also leaves three brothers nnd two sis
lers. News has been received of
the death of Mr. and Mrs, .Milan
Itobnrd of North Hnerhlll, N. H.
Where they had lived for four years with
per nephew, ClIfffTd Heymnre. They
Were long residents of this town nnd for
many years lived nt Randolph Center,
Urn. llebnrd dlul Rund'iv, July 3. She
Wns "!l yours of age end Irid been feeble
for some time. Mr Helm', who dP-d
AUS'lft 2, was Ml yoiilti eld.
Mr. nnd Mrs. C n. ingiiis are at
Jinm- f I' nn Mirtoell"!- W !' ?'. limit
nnd family, who hnve 'wn -i Hi' D'l
cottago nt lllb'hb'nto Sprlnirn,
hove returned home, Mrs, Wllllnm
Milne and daughter, rsnbollc, of Bnrrn
are visiting Miss Helen Miller. Ned
Buck mid family have gone to Mas
coma lake Hnd libation, N. It,, for
three weeks. Miss May Dunhnm Is
visiting Mrs. Pearl Campbell nt White
Hlver Junction. Mis Marlon Frost
and grandmother, Mrs. Sarah Brlffgs
of Brockton, are visiting at Mrs. Dora
Miss 1,111a .lord tins returned from
Bethel. Dr. K. O. Illanclinrd, Mr. Motz
gar, Miss Helen Blnuchiird ami Miss
Ruth Scott went to Illghgntn Hprlngs
Tuesday morning, followed by Mrs.
Blatirhnrd, Mrs. Metzgnr nnd Mrs. Mnry
Tllsnn In the afternoon, Miss Huhy Mil
ler has gone to llrookfletd for two dnys.
While Clarence Booth was descending a
pole Tuesday morning, one of his spurs
felled to hold nnd he sustained n bruise
on his left leg Just below the knee Is
landing on a stone post. The Howe &
Van Ambnrgh circus furnished n good
holiday for Bnndolph nnd vicinity Mon
day. Miss Flora Bell left for Chicago
Mr. and Mis. M. M. Wilson have re.
turned from Boston. Dr. Busslow went
tn Hlgbgate Springs Wednesday and will
return next Monday. While the Hon.
Jnmes Hutchinson was talking with Mr.
Oaylnrd on Merchants Bow yesterday
morning, be suffered n fainting spell. Mr.
Gnylord prevented him from falling nnd
with assistance carried him Into Grant's
drug store, whero ho lay unconscious for
some time. When be revived he wits taken
homo In nn nutomobllo where ho Is now
resting comfortably. Miss Sarah Chedel
left for nighgato Springs Wednosdny
nftoninon. Thn Pauline Hnmtnon com
pany will beuln n throe nights' engage
ment In the Music hall this evening.
AKred Rover, who underwent n suc
crssfnl operation for nppendleltta two
weeks ago at tho Randolph Sanllorlutn.
returned home Friday. Charles B.
Adntns bad an operation for appendicitis
nt the santtnrlum Thuisdny and Is do
ing well. C I. lioydon with his mother
nnd wife, Florence Boyden, wont to
Hlgbgato Springs Saturday for their
usual outing. Mr, and Mrs. Terenco Al
lls of Derby, Conn., are at their cottage
for a two weeks' vacation. Miss Nellie
Barker of Brooklyn. N. Y., Is bore for a
few days visit with her mints, Mrs.
Dlmlck nnd Mrs. Haydon.
Herbert A. and H. Smllle Thompson of
Providence, R. I., ato at Orvlllo W.
Baker's. Carl Wnterson of New York
city, superintendent of switches for the
American Telephone company, Is spend
ing his vacation at tho Orange Countv
hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Iouls Dcnsmoie i.f
IVMnn are guests of bis parents, Mr. nrd
Mi" Kugene V. Donsmore. A. F Rc.ve
in! family of New Haven. Conn., Mrs.
Mary A. Bred and her daughter, Mrs .1.
V. Dnthrnp, of Robnry and Mr. and
Mis. Perkins of Boston are at the farm
house of Holton S. Annls on West Hill
-Sir. and Mrs. Norman C. Burbnnk of
Coronn, Cal., accompanied by n daughter
and son ate visiting bis parents, Mr. and
Mrs Lyman A. Rmhnuk. Mrs. K. E.
Morse of Biadford Is visiting her daugh
ter, Mrs. Hale P. Mattoon, on Fast Hill.
--Mrs. Hllon F King of Ashbtii nham.
Mass., Is vlltlr her cousin, Mr-. George
I,. Stow. Mrs. Chester B. Gale, widow
of Chester H. G.ilo of Ashburnhani.
whose father. Kmerv G. (tale, lived and
died In this village. Is the guest of Kd
wln Sanborn and other friends and rela
tives Mr nnd Mrs Charles TC. Taplln of
Mllford, N. H., accompanied by their two
Infant children, are spending the week
at her mother's, Mrs. Robert W. I.alrd.
Later they will be with his parents, Mr.
nnd Ms. George W. Taplln, who now live
In the Kdwln D. Fuller house In Chelsea
village. Mrs. Dustln A. Boardway, her
son, Charhs Boardway and daughter,
Clara, left Monday for their new home
at Island Pond, whither Mr. Boardwnv
preceded them some months ago. Hilas
K Roberts of Boston and his nephew,
Harry J. Roberi of lowell, Mass., ar
s. Wlllard Allen returned to St Tmls
Thursday. Mrs. Fred Chase had a seri
ous operation performed on her fn"t I'rl
dav The Bev. John Chamberlnln of New
York city preaehod at the Methodist
Church Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs Clupp and
children returned to their homo In Fargo,
N. D Monday. Mrs. Hnrlev Seaver of
Barton is visiting In town. Mr. ami .-s.
Harry Emery spent Sunday In North
Hyde park. The Rev. and Mrs. D. L.
Illlllard and children of New Haven spent
a few days In town lnt week. Mr. nnd
Mrs. Hurry Co-nlos of Albany ,N. Y
were In town a few days last week.
George L. Taylor of Attleboro, Mass.,
Is spending his vacntion In town. C. J.
Courser blacksmith Is suffering with nn
Injured rib caused by a kicking horse.
The Misses ClHra and Catherine W Icox
are visiting In Boston and vicinity.
Miss Mary Cobb of New York Is stop
ping nt George Cobb's. R. C. Ifurroughs,
a sharpshooter In tho Civil War, died ill
his home In this tonw August 1 of dlahe
tes. Coming back from tho war a young
man, he cleared n farm and had been
one of the prominent citizens of tho
tmn, He had held various town offices
and hnd been a members of thn state
legislature. The G, A. R W. R. C and
Modern Woodmen were present nt the
funernl In large numbers. He loaves a
wife nnd seven children.
News was received Saturday of the
death nt Ifn'wlton Sanitarium, Knowl
ton, Pa., of William F. Bell of this place
who went there only a few days ago
for treatment. Mr. Bell was storekeeper
for the Canadian Pacific and Boston &
Maine railroads which position he had
held for throo yeurs. Mr. Bell was n
nntlvn of Kngland nnd riimo to this
country seven years ago. Shortly nfter
comm ng to Newport, ho was married
nnd his wife survives him besides n hro
ther who Is In the Mnijnleil Blfles In
South Africa. The funeral was Meld at
Knowllon, P. Q., Monday with burial nt
that place. After disposing of her house
hold effects, Mrs, Bell will return to her
former home In Portsmouth, Kngland
Severnl from this place attended the
funernl nnd floral contributions fiom the
Congregational Church and Bovs Choir,
of which he was assistant loader, wore
sent. Ij. G. Cummlngs of Gary, Ind
nrrlved III town Frldiy evening on a
two weekH' visit to his parents. I,. H.
Humphrey, "Miss Helen White of Bur
lington nnd II. II. Itnvvson of Schnec
tndy, N, Y nro having a week In camp
lit Lake Park. The Rev. V. M Ilnidv
of Mnn Isvlllo preached nt the Con
giegatlonal Church Kuid.iv i-i tho ab
sence of the pastor.
A concrete seawall Is being built lit
Like Park to protect the Paul, fn m being
washed out In blub water -, ,il lur
ing high winds. JoM ph Miilcoini', who ban
bieu looovprlng from an attack of
polsnnln". since 11-n first of June, Is
prirMonM)' we;l. He s enip' rit'e In tn"
st-irtnent that h" was p. ,ls. p m ) ni"'t
and sajs Hint no meat chopper was used,
Dr. H. S, Bugbee of Minneapolis, Minn.,
Is vIsltttjK his brother, C, L. M. Bugbee,
for a few days, htivlng been called to West
Burke by the 111 health of his father.
Mr. and Mrs. James II. Martin nro pnss
Ing a few days with ft lends In Knos
Ajtirgh Falls, Mlrs .illna Ijimotto and
Theodore Curlier, both of this place, worn
milted In man Inge at Si. Mary's Church
Monday. They are pifsslng their honoy
tnooti In Boston. -Mis. Fnrr of Hardwlok
Is visiting her daughter, Mrs, C. L. M.
BllgbM',- A now electric sign hn.s been
placed on the Memphrotnngog Yacht club
house nnd tho letters M. V, C. can bo
seen plainly for a long distance down the
John Bryant and family of Bolton,
Canada, nro visiting his brother, C. W.
Bryant. Mr. nml Mrs. M. M. Miller and
Mr. and Mrs. Leer nnd son of New York
started home Saturdny.-Dana Gilpin
has returned to Burton for the school
year. The People's Telephone company
Is externum: Its line tn l.owolt.-Tuosdny
20 men did Mrs. Charles Lloyd's having,
Miss Minn Mnrbel of Lowell, Mass.,
and Miss Nora Buchman of Orleans wore
guests of Mrs. Homer Murnhnm last
week. Miss Anglo Yates and Miss Clarl
be Butler uf Illghgntc are guests of
Miss Cbella Mlllei, Mis. Rlehaid Stan
ton of Danville and Mrs. Matilda John
soil of Island Pond nre visiting In town.
Henry Falrcbllds died Wt dncdny,
August 1, at tbe homo of bis brother,
Ileman. where he has lived for the last
few jeais. Funeral services were held
nt the house Thursday, the Rev, Mr.
Martin officiating. Mr. Falrcbllds was
72 years of age mid unmarried. He
lenves two brothers and three sisters,
all older than himself. Interment wnH In
tb.' cemetery beside his parents. Mrs.
Julia Johnson of Wntcrbury Is the guest
of her sisters, Mrs. Flora Taylor and
Mis, F.mma Fnlrchllds. Mi s. Clark and
two daughters of Biocktnn, Mass., nro
boarding nt Arthur Kimball's. F.dgar
Fair of Westminster spent Sunday In
The Hon. William G. Klklns Is very
seriously III nt his home. His children
have arrived. It Is feared that at his
advanced age ho mav not recover. -Deputy
Sheriff Wnkeileld arrested Homer
Bean, charged with n statutory offense,
and ho was arraigned before Justice I.
D. Johnson Mondny evening i.nd bound
over for appearance at county court In
the sum of tW, which ball lie furnished.
State's Attorney W. M. Wright of Bar
ton prosecuted, and O. S. Annls defended.
- Arthur D. Wlggln loft Tuesday for
Jlren Falls. Mont , whore he Is to be
come the prlnolnal of a school. HH f, un
it) will follow a little Intcr.-MKi Al.blfl
A. Morrill Is at the homo of her mother,
being hero from her work In Now York
on a vacation.
Miss rjerntee Kinsley of Kssox Is
visiting her uncle, Kufus Kinsley.
Antolne Green, nped 06 years, died
August fl. after a long Illness. He was
the oldest resident of this town and
was horn In St. Censslre, P. ()., June
is. 1R13. Mrs. Smltu Slsco of Brad
ford Is vlsltlnr; her mother, Mrs. II,
If. Newton, Nathan Green of New
port was hero Sunday to nttend the
funeral of his father, Antolne Green.
- Dr. nnd Mrs. D, J. Sheehan are en
tertnlnlnp their sister, Miss Lena
Sheehan o? Boston, for a few weeks.
Miss Cora Spear of New Jersey Is
visiting Mr and Mrs. J. C. Young.
Mr. and Mrs. H. .1. Stewart are the
parents of a daughter. Mnrjorlo F.va,
born August ",, A daughter was born
to Mr. nnd Mrs. F. H. Snnborn. Aug
ust 6. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ira Doolln and
son of Manchester. N. II., nro the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mllo nines.
Mrs. II. "II. Newton, was called to
West Hold Monday by the death of
her sister. Mrs. F.lvlra Brown.
.Mrs. Carrie Brnsedn and M ss F. Nora
Catneion loft Mmidav for a week's
stay In Coboos N. Y. Miss Alice llnnflold
returned Saturday tn her homo In Mont
real. The remains of Goorgp Durant were
brought here Saturday from Rutland nnd
taken to Pino Hill for Interment. Mrs.
Jerome Toiinlen has returned from a two
weeks' stav In Boston. Mrs, Catrle O,
Severance Iris resumed her position In
the Duriihnm store.
Miss Kllza Phillips and Charles Gulle-
giir wore mnrrled Sunday evening at St.
Mary's Church at 7:30 o'clock by the
Rev. J. J. Boyle. Mr. nnd Mrs. Gallegar
will go to British Columbia to reside,
where he Is engaged In the marble bus.
liess. Miss Kato Blackwell has returned
from Montpeller. Volney Farr of Spring
field, Mass., spent Sunday In town with
relatives. Mrs, O, W, Scott Is spending
the week nt Lake Dimmore.--Mrs. M. D
Smith hns returned to Maeedon, N. T.
Miss Susan Talbot has returned from a
severnl weeks' stay In Stockbrldge. Mrs,
Rufus Hemenwny of New Britain
Conn., Is spending the week with rela
tives In town. -Mrs. Charles June of Bos
ton Is the guosit uf Dr. and Mrs. .1, S
Hast wood. The Rev. Alvln Bacon and
Miss Ruth Bacon have gone to Lake
Dunmore whero they will occupy the
Bacon cottage, -Mr. nnd Mrs. Waldron
nnd B. W. Johnson left Mmday for
their home In Snmervlllo, Mass. Mrs. S.
W. Jones went to thn Mary Fletcher
hospital Tuesday for on operation
for iippondlclt Is. Arthur ,S Ketcbam
went tn tho Plttsford sanatorium
Monday where he will remain for
several weeks, Miss Nettle Thomas hns
gone to Silver lake where she hns a posl-
Hon. Mr. nnd Mrs. Benjamin Miner nnd
son of Boston nro the guests of his
brother, H, lwls Miner.
,Mls. Lottie Cnrllrle, only child of Mr
and Mrs. Kilgnr L. Carlisle, died nt their
home Tuesdiy morning nfler many
months' Illness with tuberculosis nt tho
ago of 19 years. Miss Lillian Smith of
Brooklyn, N. Y is the guest of Otis F,
Smith,-Tho Rev. Charles R, II 111. nnd
his mother of Springfield, Mass., are at
the home of Mrs. G, II. Kelloy for two
weeks. Mrs. W, II. Williams has gono
ho Lake Dunmore to be the guest of MIfb
Kdlth Howe. Frank Keating nnd Fred
McTlerney hnve returned from a ten
davs' outing nt Bhelburne. Mrs. H,
Belle Ciulnn of Boston Is visiting her
brother, Clifton A. R. Morritt. Mr. nnd
Mrs, R. II. Wells nnd children nnd Clar
ence Baker nnd Miss Kva Baker are at
tending cnnip meeting nt Spring Grove.
Miss Lillian Savory, who has boon visit
ing relatives In Winchester, Mass,, has
returned home. Mr. Hurnbnm, the blind
musician, who has boon spending his
vacntion at tho home of Miss Klsle Hatch,
has returned to New York city.- Ilu'jh H.
Mcl eod of St. Louis. Mo,, Is visiting Ills
brother George II MoLood. -Mrs, Frank
Carpenter of rloston s here with her
patents, Mr. nnd Mis, A. A. Pond. -Miss
1,'sle Hai," i.f Klmwood, M'iss , s n
Sliest nt F. C. Spwonei's. I.eon Shorn, 11
ileik 111 the town eleilc's nlllen Tor sev
eri'l iniuilbii Imis respjiied I Is poi-ltlou
and lek.vi o-ir wllh the American StM-d-
I- i i it np inv Frinl: S.iffnnl has
lelurned fiom u lslt to relatives In St
Albans. Hdward It. Ripley, Junior BIs
hee, Misses Mnrte Bedding, Klteabeth
Ludlow nnd Eleanor Blsbeo have been
the guests of Miss Blln.beth Weeks nt
Shelburne.-S. T. Chnmberltn has gone
to Winchester und Gardner, Mass., for
several days. Mrs. Roy W. Bresce, cash
ier at tho W. I). Nutting department
store. Is In Shorelmm and Cornwall for
a week's vacatlon.-MIss Bdlth Whitney
of Plttsford Is the guest of Mrs. Albert
Durgy. Herbert Pnrnhiim, who nss hern
absent from the Nutting store for two
weeks, hns resinned his position there,
The Rev. Wllllnm V. Berg and Thomas
W. Bay have returned from Silver Lake.
R. It. Kverest nnd the Rev. Charles
Roper nre spending a few days at Inke
Itortonla. Miss Grace Knight, who has
been the guest of Mrs. Morris Graves,
hns returned to White River Junction.
Klmor B. Llbby has sold a portion of the
form which ho purchased of Prank P.
Bartlett to Bert Churchill of Chittenden,
Tl funernl of Miss Lottie Carlisle will
be held this afternoon at .1:30 nt the
house. Curtis LeBow, who hns been
spending somn time with his grandfather,
Alexander Gosher, hns returned to
Sprli gllold. Miss Julia A. C. Jackson re
turned yesterday afternoon from the
Mnry Fletcher hospital, Burlington, whore
she underwent an operation for ap
pendicitis. Bent V. Johnson of Youngs
town, Ohio, and Vert Johnson of Torrlng
ton. Conn., nre visiting their parents,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Frnncls W. Johnson. Mrs.
Hnttle M. Walker, who has been visit
ing her sister, Mrs. F. R. Klngsloy, has
returned to Llnwood. Mass. --Mrs. Funny
Bosco nnd Lnwrence Welch of Plttsfleld,
Mnss., nro tho guests of Mrs. I,. F.
Nlehols. Miss Mabel Kelloy hns gone to
Lake Hortonln, where she will visit her
grandparents, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. B. Kelloy,
Miss Cora Tnlbot Is visiting relatives In
Stottvllle. N. Y nnd will visit In Cort
land, N. Y., before returning nomo.Mr.
and Mrs. Frank W. Williams, Mrs. Mnry
R. Shnonds nnd Mrs. B. W. Johnson nre
occupying Mr. Williams's house boat nt
Lnko Dunmore. Mrs. William Powers has
boon called to Clnremont, N. It., by the
serious Illness of her mother. Miss Inura
Cool Is tho guest of Miss Mnry Button
nt tbe Woods cottngo at Iake Dunmore.
Miss Wnllnce of Michigan Is a guest nt
the home of A. A. Pond. Dr. Fred S.
Brlggs nnd Arthur Baker nre camping at
Hlnkmn pond Mr. and Mrs, Frank
folium, who hnve been visiting Miss
Dolln Gosher. have returned to Clnremont,
N. H. Fred Manchester has gono to
Potter Place, N. H. William Sessions of
Bristol Is visiting his mother, Mrs.
Russell Sessions. Mr. Sessions nnd his
sister. Miss little, hnve opened a five
nnd ten cent store in Bristol. Mr. and
Mrs. Clinton Robinson nre spending their
vacation at Lake Dunmore. Thn Rev.
Wllllnm F. Weeks of Sholburne Is spend
ing a week nt Silver lake Miss Fanny
Field of Cambridge Mass., Is visiting
her sister. Miss Anna T Field. -Miss
Kathorlne Tennlon will go this evening to
spend a few days In Iturllngton. Lake
Dnnmoro Chapter, Daughters of the
American Revolution, will give a
reception Monday evening at the home of
Mrs. John O. Bowman. The Ann Story
Chapter of nutlanrt Is expected to be
present. George Ft. Young Is expected
home to-dn) from a trip to Ptah ami
Oregon Mr. nnd Mrs. James Meachsm.
woh have been visiting relatives In town,
have returned to Orwell.
Dr. Phillips of Boston with his two
oung daughters and Mrs. Phllllna arriv
ed In town Friday. They started from
Boston at is minutes hefore five In the
morning and arrived here at :ij, making
the trip In the doctor's tourlm? car Tiu,.
are guests at Clayton Scrtbner's and will
remain here two or three works. There
has been no preaching nt the Congrega
tional Church for two weeks n n it until
tho people of the parish decide what to
no in caning candidates who have been
on the Held, there mav he no nroiiphlni-
Miss Mamie Nnrnmoro of Pittsburgh,
tencher In the graded schools there ,1s In
Benson, visiting her nnrents. v nn.1
Mrs. II. D N-ira more. Mrs. Frank West-
brook of Brooklyn, widow of Dr. B. F.
Westbrook, who for s long time wns con
nected with tho Ixing Island Medical
College, Is stopping nt John Goodrich's
Mr. nnd Mrs. Samuel Selgnl of Chi
cago nro guests of Prof, and Mrs. P.
J. Bacon at "Stonohurst." Mr. nnd
Mrs. William Wetmorc nnd son, Wal
ton, are visiting relatives In Grand
Rapids. Mich. Ernest Hooker went
to Boston Monday, where he hns a
position. Mrs. Elizabeth Blsbee "of
Bristol Is visiting Mrs. E. E. Hooker.
Chief Judje Itowell Thursday or
dered two entries on tho supreme
court docket In cases previously heard.
In the Franklin county case of K. W.
lllnndlii vs. nvatiRellne McArthur, a
continuance for rearirument wns or
dered, nnd the same entry wns order
ed In the Addison county cns of A.
I'. N'eedtiani vs. the Hoston A Maine
railroad. Through some misunder
standing these cases when they were
nrsTued were assigned to Judire Jnmes
M. Tyler. He has since resigned and
Is now nbroml, making 11 necessary to
nKln argue these cases
Mrs. Charles II. Carter died Wed
nesday Auk. 4, of old age nt her home
on Main street, Mrs. Carter was 87
years old nnd had been In feeblo
health for a long time. She wns
born In Wilmington, Mass., and was
tho last of a fnmlly of IS children.
She Is survived by one daughter, Mrs,
K. W. Ilalley of Chicago. Funeral
services were held Friday afternoon
at three o'oluck nt her late home on
Main street and burial wan In Green
A civil service examination out nf
tho ordinary will bo held In the fed
eral building In this city Wednesday,
August 25, for eligible for the posi
tion of messenger hoy nt tho wenther
bureau station nt Northfleld. Tho pay
Is $350 a yenr.
Tho funeral of Kdward P. Ilydo was
held Mondny afternoon nt two o'clock at
his late homo on Ioomls street, the Rev.
Dr. J. Kdwnrd Wrlsht ofnclntlnK, nnd
hurlnl wns In Qrecn Mountain cemn
lory. Mr. Hyde died Saturday morning
after a long Illness with Hrlght's dlsensa
and Its complications. Ho was born In
this city and wns (II years old, After
Krrduntlng from the Vermont Kplseopal
Institute nt llurllngton In lSfiR he entered
tbe hardwnro business In this city with
his father and continued It until his
death. He Is survived by a wife nnd ono
daughter, Mrs. Hnrry M. Cutler of this
city nnd also by Mrs, n. W. Hyde, his
mother, who Is S2 years old.
Pendln? proceedings to be brought be.
fore supreme court on a petition for a
new trial on the grounds of newly dis
covered evidence, Judge John II Wat
son of the sii'preme court has ordered
the release from VushlngtMi county Jull
of A. K, llolman, who huf been In Jail
since July 7 on a certified nxtcutlon for
non-pnyineiit of in dimaies nnd costs
In Hie ninnge county court case of Flint
vs. llolman. llolinnn was confined In
hill at Chelsea but wai transferred here
H. W. ALLEN y GO.
These new and lower prices mean a saving from
regular prices. Mean full handkerchief boxes for
people who are wide awake to the opportunities of
August, Economy Month.
Men s and omen's styles in a wide variety,
fe mention these two numbers as specially worthy
of your notice.
Ladies' all pure Linen unlaundered hemstitched
handkerchiefs, hand embroidery in pretty pat
terns. Put up in packages of six. Price for
paekage 75 cents.
Men s all pure linen hemstitched handkerchiefs
regular 19 cent quality. These arc offered
both at Handkerchief Counter and in Mens
Furnishing Section. Six in package for 75 cts.
Made of pretty percale and madras, stripes and
floral patterns, laundered collars, ages 6 to 15 years.
Priced at 50 cents.
Hiite wash belts in large assortment plain
and embroidered effects, also pique and linen.
Priced at 25 and 50 cents.
One lot ladies white wash belts in embroider
ed effects, all sizes. Priced at 10 cents.
Hand Painted Cards, Local Views. Book Marks.
Sachets, Theatre Records, Blotters, Laundry Lists, Xmas
Gift Lists, Receipt Books, Dinner Cards, etc., etc. At
first counter left, main entrance.
H. W. ALLEN & CO.
July 17 while repairs on the Orange of C C Pierce of this city was held Tues
rounty Jail are In progress. lie furnished day and C. A. Clale was appointed
ball In the sum of Jl.OuO and wont to his trustee of the bankrupt estnte. It was
home In Randolph.
The young son of H. O. Ward of
Moretown was brought to Heaton hos
pital Sunday for treatment of a com
pound fracture of his right leg re
ceived while ho was driving a yoke
of oxen hitched to a stono boat. Tho
frnc.turo was a bnd one nnd will con
flno the young man to his cot for
At ii regular meeting of the board of
trade Tuesday evening, a resolution In
troduced by M. W. Wheeloi'k was unanl-
motisly adopted pledging the support of
the board to tbo mayor and city council
nnd State'a nttorney In their efforts to
prevent tbe pollution of Uerlln pond fiom
which the city receives Its water supply.
In this conertlnu It wns stated that the
ni.nr- wu.iru .i nrnim iw-
recent swimming contest in tli.it body of
water bv a prominent cltlen of Harre,
and, through State's Attend lintos, n
to make a test case to see wl. ether the
State laws regarding tbo poi.ution ot
water usrd for tlonicsHe pnrpo-e can bo
enforced, Because of the alueuce Tuesday
night of F. I.. I.alrd, nttorney for the '
board, In the matter of bringing to tho
nttentlnn of the public service eotnm's
sion existing telephone troubles, this
subject nnd the matter of financing new
Industries that desire to locate In Mont- 1
poller were laid on the table until Tucs-
day evening. j
T5. II. Doavltt. treasurer of the Rarrc
Montpeller Traction & Power com- j
pnny, gave out Tiiesdev nn account of I
the operating expenses a--d net Income of
that railwny for tho fiscal year ending
f-i" ? TT T""- '""'""T ?r
'-"nil. Ill ---l Hi"' -lie. ".t
road was opened that tbe grn-s earnings
hnve oreeerle f .".A W! Trie enerntlnp- ox-
1 " i tor tins purpose.
pem-es were Ml.cVU.O1;, ami the net Income .
for the year, nfter deducting Interest and SCUTH W00D3URY.
tnxes, was 2,S42.fV The operating ox- j Miss Margaret IMckov of Waterbury is
penses for the past year were over $V10 1 visiting nt D. C. Wilbur's Joseph IOd
more. than the previous year d. o largely ' den has returned to li s work In Spring
to the Increase In tbe cost of power. ' Hold, Mass. Frank Sprague nnd Noirls
A hnndsonie pair of bay hnres vnltted Wiggins of Wllllamstnwn wore here Sun
at COO, owned by Hnrry Il'irvey ot Wat- day. - filndys fioodell Is visiting her
crbury and dilven by Nicholas Green, i brother in South Harre. Harry Pierce
ran awny on Downing street Tuesday has returned to Medford, Mass. M. P.
afternoon nnd one of the horses was Cioodoll, Itils Strong, I,ondu Hnakell
killed when the pole crashed Into thn und Alonzo Sumner attended the funeral
residence of Mrs. Kate Stowell I.owe. ' of their comrade, KzeUlel Skinner, of
The team came from Wntcrbury Tues
day morning with a load of furniture nnd
the nnlmnls became frightened at a pass-
Thn grnnd Jury of Wni-hliinton county
at Its last meeting In September, lfOS,
recommended thnt notion I taken
sgalnst the town of Calais because of the having his annual vacation of 15 days
poor condition of Its highways. State's and the mall Is being carried by his sub
Attorney Ilonjnmln Gates Is sat'slled stltiite. Mrs, II. Comesli-ck -Mrs Fay of
thut no action should be taken against Richmond Is visiting her sons, II. Conic
It on this nccount. The authorities of stock and family nnd Truman Fnv and
Calais have pnld special attention to l'nintly.--Mlss Fannie Hlodgelt of Stowe
their main highways this season and l'3" heen spending a week with Miss
hoVO OXnonded neer IV.-1 le ..reetlnir len Carrie Swift at her home. M. Helen
boards, Parker and brother, Newell, fifn Harre,
Ieon Huggett of Bnrro town, aged nine hnvo been spending a week "with A.
years, pleaded guilty In Montpeller eltv Penlso nnd fnmlly. Mr. nnd Mrs George
court Tuesday to itlt larceny. Ills Lewis of Fllchburg. Mass., aio lilting
mother tearfully nckimwledged that she her sister, Mrs. Albert Taplln and other
had no control over her waywnrd son relatives. Mr. nnd Mrs. Wllllnm Chand
and on tho recommendation of State's ler of Massachusetts are visiting hN par
Attorney Gates the boy was sentenced enls, Mr. and Mrs. I,. Chandler. Mrs.
by Judge Harvey to the Slate Industrial Levi Swift and daughter, Lucy, are ex
school nt Vergennes for the remainder peeled hnme from Boston this week
of his minority. Jin will be taken there Theie will be nn exninlnntlon nt the
this morning. center schoolhoiise August i"0 and 27 for
Because of the lateness of e season all pupils who wish to enter higher
nun inn rnot thnt all base ball teams schools nnd get the advantage of free tui
ngiilnst which A. W Haley hoped to go ' tlon.-Tho village schools, grammar and
with his aggregation already have games pilmary will begin August 24 -The teach
scheduled until after Ixibor . ay, It Is ers for the schools In this section are:
very doubtful If Mr. Daley puts a team Miss F.sther Boslles of Bon. No. ll
Into the field this year ns he had planned. Miss Grace Slociim of H.irre, No. 4; W.
In bankrupcy court Tuesday morn- C. White, No, 2; village, pilmiry Colla
Ing R. A. Hoar of Bnrre, trustee of tho J. Sprague of Richmond. All schools ex
bnnknipt estnte of Thomas Brady, a for- cept the village schools will regln Sep
nier clothier In that city, rendered an nc- temher 7. Mrs, Myers of Chicago, who
count showing that a dlildend of 40 per Is spending the summer nt the Bailey
cent, has been paid and that about 10 per farm, will go this week to Old Orchard
cent, more will be reallred on the ludebt. Bench, Me., to spend the week ns the
edneas. This I. In addition to ,i ,lllt KWH of Mei'aithy and lamlly of
was pnld Kilns Spear of Burlington, a ' Chtcngo. - Mls Ituth llurnhani oi Wll
prefernd creditor. William Tacey 0f llHinstown spent Sunday In town as tho
Bnrre was discharged from bankruptcy ' guest of Mr. and Mrs. W C. Whlle.
ii nd the list meeting of the ciedltors of Mis, Jennie BHggs and daughter, Miss
!,eon I, Uuliio and Oscar F. Thompson, ' Haltle, of Wllllniiistowu nro guests ot
both of thnt city was set for next Sninr-1
day. TU first mcetln of tho creditor! (Continued ou pi.se 10.)
nnnnimced that a 10 per cent, dividend
will bo paid AiiRU'-t 21 on the bankrupt
estate of H. J. ftlanchard of Montpeller.
The Rev. Dr. K. A. Bishop, principal of
Montpeller Seminary, went Tuesday to
Lako Mansfield for a few days' rest. Al
though he would make no definite state
ment In regntd to the endowment fund
for the seminary, ho evidently Is sure of
Its completion and he stated that ho
would give out something for publication
regnidlng it In about a week.
The survivors of Compnnv I, 11th Ver-
ITHint rekflment. nre nlnnlne- tn linlrl n re-
lm,()n . rjf,wey ,,m.k wxf wppk rturmR
, mitnml r,.,lntfin of thf. Washington
(.0,.ntv veterans' association. Of tho
yllrvlvoril nf ,,, mm!,;inv, m nr(f mm.
bers nf the County Veteran'" association
F. I.. I.alrd of this city and John W.
Cordon of Harre, attornevs. representing
,hp bnarjM of tra(lp n, tl)e ,wo cU
filed yesterday with Attorney-Ceneral J.
G. Snrgent, a formal complaint In 10
lengthy counts of the service nnd nitos
of the Vermont Telephone ft Telegraph
company, and praying for relief there
from. In the name nf tbe State, as pro
vided by law. the attorney-general will
now bring the mntter before tho public
service commission, and representing tho
State, he will prooeute the complaint
boforo the commission. N'o date for a
hearing has been fixed.
Attorney-Oenernl J. O. Sargent Mated
yesterday that he had no knowledge that
he and the State auditor are to be?ln to
morrow nn examination of commitments
to the State hospital for the Insane to
aspprta,n U0flp ,,avp rcIat,vf.s al)t(
to support them there, as stated in a
. morning paper. Auditor firnlnm Is ex
rieeteil here Hie Inut nf tile weelr hilt
Mr. Sargent has no engagement with him
I . .
Plalntlold .Monday. -The II ranges from
neighboring towns will meet with tho
local Grange August X at Mollis hall.
Thoro will ho a varied program.
The R. F. 11, cnrrler, II. CnniestocK is
'I'l.n f..,tl..1hll..h ....
i'i nearly completed.
Mr. f ., ... . t . . . . .
flllior'il wan hold Tn. .u-
horunn I. Ml. ... . .
.1110 was Dorn in
imriioi nvor Mi years ago.
A bicyclist In N'orthtlold Center thn
other day was followed epilto a dis
tance by two fomnlo door with evi
dent interest in this method of getting
over tho ground.
J I This Is another stop In the proceed
ings which unvo restilK 'l f .nowlng
tho discovery of the nllojjrd shortage)
of somo 13,600 In Mr. i.osroc's ac
counts. Orln free, who wns vears old T ios
oay, nnppuy oeieniated l.ls birth 1 i a(
Ids homo In T'lnlnfleld nnd by rei if.i d
assembled relatives and friends wij oni
snnK without accompaniment Mr f'rci
attributes much of his health 1 utm Ki
to "Rood, cold water, Inside nnd nut "
Since Caledonia county was nriranlzrii
In 797, It hns had 32 shorlrr.q, Tholt
ordinary term has boon two vr,.lrs bill
Nathan Fuller served for t'.o do.-mln froir
1S17 to 127 and Ioronzo Sullowav hold
the office for over a ipinrter of n centur"
1K7V to Ijoi;. Only two cx-herirfs nro Hv.r
C. V. Weeks and V .11. Preston.
With tho arrival of 2t barre's ot
crude oil to lay the dtit In N rt1 field
pedestrians are warned to kerp tj tin
wnlk- until It soaks Into tl o pround.
The experiment Is heirs male bv tbo
merchants." association, th enterpris
ing business men who r ninrlse It
hnvlnp; subscribed liberally to a f in t
for this purpose It Is believed thnt
the oil will lay tho dust letter than
water and nt no frrentor expense.
An Injunction hns boon prnnifi by
.TudRO Hutlor of Itutland restraining
I5r. Weston, tho town treasurer of
New Haven, from cashing orders re
issued to certain parties for receipts
Blven by thn Into A. V Itoscoe, for
many years tho treasurer of that
town. It wni arUfd that Mr. Itnacoo
borrowed tho money without lepra! au
thority nnd that In consequence thu
town had no liability In tho matter.
CROP CONDITIONS GOOD.
Iletter Thnn I.nst Venr and above the
Ten Venr .tvrrngp,
Washlgton, Aug. 11. -Crop conditions
in tho Cnlted States on August 1, 1509,
were In the aggregate slightly higher than
a 10-year average condition of ti'l crops
on August 1. In addition to the higher
condition, tbe ncreago of cultivated crops
Is about 1.0 per cent, greater thnn lsst
yenr. So says a general review of crop
conditions Issued yesterdny.
Winter wheat, spring wheat, corn, oats,
rye, flax and grape9 were better than last
year and tho 10-year average; barley and
potatoes were better than the condition
on August 1 last year, but slightly below
tho average condition.
Tobacco and sweet potatoes were bet
ter than the average nnd lower than last
year. Important crops which were below
both last year's and an average condi
tion are cotton, rice, hay, buckwheat and
Summarized, the relative condition o!
crops In aggregate In the different sec
tions of tho United States on August 1
North Atlantic States, Including New
York and Pennsylvania, 79.7, or 7.5 per
cent, below the 10-year average on Aug
ust 1: North Central States east of tl.i
Mississippi rlvor. comprising Ohio, Ir
ana, Illinois, Michigan and Wisconsin,
RS.6, or 0.0 per cent, better than tl a ave.
ngo; North Centril Stntos west of t-j
Mississippi, MA or S.7 per cent, abovo 1- -year
average; South Atlantic, vo.10. or ? 9
below the overage; South Central, 72.2, or
10 per cent, below, and tlio fir western
Stntos !1.4, or IS above the average.
The following Is a summary for tho
Fritted States of conditions on August
1, with comparisons ns estimateu bv t a
department for crops not rrevb ..sly re
ported: Rice I 5 Watermelons .. .75.11
Timothy 5. Cantaloupes 7T 0
Clover hay prodoc- Oranges so 3
tlon 7S.7 Lemons S" d
Quality S9.3 Tomatoes SI 3
Alfalfa Ill t Cabbage " '
Millet S.7 Onions ... !
Kntnr corn S'.O Hears (dry) 'l
Pastures M.S Beans (Lima) 7
Sweet potatoes. SO. ii Peanuts ... s" 1
Apples 40.;! Bronineorn ... . s. 3
Poaches 45.4 Hemp 91 '
Pears M.4 Hops ; 1
Grapes S!),7 Sorghum V 1
Blackberries 70.0 Sugar -orn ..... SS.C
Raspberries ... SI. 1 Sugar beefs . r-i 4
$30,000 HIDDEN IN SHANTY.
Discovery Made by Police Who Went
o rrrs Old German Hermit.
Pittsburg. Pa.. A"! 11 -Gild . Ivor
nnd paper money to tho val -f J'h.j)
hidden nwny In old trunks, lass, Ft I;,
logs nnd oven the rafters of n ' o!
was discovered to-night In the shanty
nf retrr I.elbaurh an aged German her.
The discovery of tbe hidden woa'th
was made by the police, who went tij
I.eibauch's shanty to-night to nrrot
him. I.elbaiich hnd used profane tangoa -i
to several girls who threw waste paper
on his lot yesterdav.
A search of the bouse occupied by Le.
bauch disclosed coins stuck In the crev
ices of the two rooms Ono trunk wni
loaded with so many coins of smiul a- J
largo denomination that ofllorrs conl 1
not lift It. Two smaller leather trunks
nnd an old wash boiler wore alf -i tilled
with silver and gold coins. Bank booki
were found nlso showing large deposits
Policemen were placed on guard at tin
house to-night to guard the treasure.
Detroit 02 41
Philadelphia 02 41
Boston 02 4
Clevolnnd 53 51
New York 40 53
Chicago 4S nt
St. Iouls 45 55
Washington 31 73
Pittsburg 71 27
Chicago 07 31
New York 57 37
Cincinnati -I? 50
Philadelphia 45 53
St. 1itils 40 50
Brooklyn 35 02
Boston 20 74
Till! MISFORTI'NI-: OF Hl'MPTY
llumpty Dumpty hnd a great fall.
"If I had only sat on a tariff wall
It would never hnvo happened," lisj
Gloomily ho regarded the klg'
horses und tho KIuk's men. N. Y, Sun