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Tim BURLINGTON FREE PBESS AND TIMES: THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1910.
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OWNERS OF IFARAtS who wish to hiro
help or to sell a farm should use
this column. Nearly ,000 copies of
this paper are Bold every Issue and
your advertisement would be read
by snny possible buyera. Jf.wtf
WANTED AT ONCE Compelont man
and wife as helpers on dairy fnrm. If
satisfactory to both pn.rtlea. will con
sider partnerahlp. Address Box to, Lanes
boro, ilasa. lG,6t-&w,lt.
tfKRUE CAJUUAGE PAINTBRS, 1
striper and finisher wanted at once.
Steady work. Inquire M. J. Howler,
Holyokft. Mass. 18,llt&w,lt.
POSrriON wanted to work In creamery,
three yours experience. Austin Beyett,
North Bangor, N Y. 28,wt
iron SALE One of Ihe best 200 aero
farms In East Charlotte, living wator,
wood for the form, a good orchurd,
buildings In fair condition, on North
and South load, two miles from cream
ery and Btoro and church, one mllo to
saw and feed mill. Sold to settle nn
fcstnte. W. W. Hlgbee, administrator,
W. Allen estate. 17,t,wtt
yOH SALE Twelve room hotel, first
class location: P. O. box Sl, Glens Falls,
N. Y. 7,tf t&w.Iit.
FOR tjAJjEJ Bale shavings for bedding;
carload lots. Prompt shipment. Shrpard
& Morso Lumber Co. a,.":tit21,w,Bt.
FOR SALE y) acre farm In Morns
town. Good sugar works nnd nppln or
chard of 150 trees. Running water nt
house njid barns. Reason for selling
poor health. Will sell for X.'W cash,
or on part payment plan. Frank Ban
ner, Alorristown. 13. wit
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thousands of readers In many towns
of Vermont what you have to sell
or whe you wish to buy. Adver
tise In the Free Press and you will
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Absolutely Without l'aln.
The only vttcf In Burlington, where
you can get teeth extracted without a
particle of pain, without taking gas.
My method Is used by no other perjon.
No pain; no danger; no after effects.
DM. L. D. HAZE1V,
Office, 185 Pine St., Nurllosrton, VI.
OfBee htrara, 10 to 3, 7 to 8.
The annual meeting of thn stockhold
er of tho Farmers & Meohnnlcs Rav
ings Institution & Trust company will
be held at the banking house of the
Merchants National bank of Burlington,
Vt., cn Wednesday, Janunry W, 1010, at
eleven o'clock r. m. for the election of
Ia !:. WOorIOUSR. Treasurer.
Rurllrgton, Vt , Pec 3, 1S0G. i7.w
Residence for Sale
A moat desirable property In Shol
lurne, Vi., summe residence of the
late D. T. Irish. House Is large, has
two bath rooms with running watei,
nlco grounds and large garden, close
to postofllce, railway station and a
For full particular, write to J. At.
MacUle, SIS Corlstlne building, Mon
McDonnell Mercantile Agency
FTre Press Dulldlag.
W. J. Laprese's farm In Hhel
burno, Vt, Including 80 acres, 7
acres fine woodland; stock of 12
cows, 1 bull, 3 hogs, 1 mowing
machine. 1 plow, 1 cultivator. 2
harrows. 1 corn planter, 1 hay
tedder, 1 horae rake, 1 hone, 1
set harness, 1 double wagon,
complete, 1 hay rake, 1 buggy, 1
pair sleds, 100 fruit trees, 7
grope vines, quantity of hay.
House and barns in excellent
shapo. Running water In house
and barn. Fences In fine shapu.
Near clntrchos, schools nnd rail
road, Farming tools go, too.
Price, complete, ..6,000; without
stock, JSiO-O. Apply to The Mc
Donnell Mercantile Agency, Bur
lington, or W, J, Laprese, 8bel
burne, Vt Mention Free Press
when you write.
100 acres, wliltn house, two good
barns, good running water, plenty of
fruit, Und nearly level. Prloe, In
cluding farming tools, tl,(00.
180 acres, 12-room house, almost new,
two good barna, good sugar house fully
equipped for 500 trees, good outfit of
farming and dairy tools, i miles to
Tillage. Price, Including II to IS
REYNOLDS REAL ESTATE 00.
im OOIXROB RTHERT,
KSTATB OP llOnA C. OAKK9.
STAT M OK VERMONT, District 01
Chlttcndoli. , , .,
To all persons concerned in tuo es
tate of Dora C. Onkos, Into of Burllng
ton. In na Id district, 'loccaM-d
At n Urn linfn Court, lioldoti at Bur
lington, within nnd for thn District of
Chittenden, on ino inn miy ui Jan
uary, itiio. nn Instrument purport
ing to he the Inst will and testament
of Dnru C. Oakos, lute of Burling
ton, In snld district, deceased, was
presented to tho court nforesnld, for
probate. . . ...
And It Is ordered by said Court that
tho 4th day of February, 1!H0, at the
l'rohato Court rooms In said Burling
ton, lie assigned for proving said In
strument; and that nntlcn thereof tie
given to till pernonn concerned, by
publishing this order threo weeks suc
cessively In tho Burlington Weekly
Free Press, a newspaper published nt
said Burlington, previoun to the tlmo
Therefore, you aro hereby notified to
appear totoro suld Court, nt tho tlmo
nnd plnco aforesaid, and contest tho
probate of said will, If you havo cause.
Given under my hand, nt Burlington,
in wild district, this 17th duy of Jan
A1ARCELLUS A. BINGHAAI,
1 '.STATU OF .IOIIX A. t'lIAMIIKHMX.
STATU OF VERMONT, District of
Oralid Isle, s-.s. t'robate Court.
Ua II Remembered that at a session
of the l'robate Court holden at North
Hero, within and for said District, on
the 12th ilny of Janunry, A. D. 1010.
Present Hon. IVm Hayncs, Judge.
Whercns, a certain Instrument In
writing purporting to ho tho last will
nnd testament of John A. Chamberlln,
late of Grand Isle, In said district, de
ceased, having beon this dny presented
to snld Court of Probate, and duly filed
In tho Register's OTIco: Thoreforo It Is
ordered that all persons Interested In
tho estntc of said deceased bo notlled
to appear before said court, nt tho
Probnto Office In North Horn, In snld
district, on the Hlth dny of Fobruary,
A. I). 1010, by publication of this
order, three weoks successively prev
lous thereto, In tho Burlington
weekly Fice Press, n newspaper
printed at Burlington, vt., to snow
cause. If nny thov may have, why
eald Instrument In writing should not
be proved and allowed, ns the Inst
will and testament of the snld de
Estate ot 1 1 1 111 in J. I'clree.
The undersigned, having been ap
pointed by the honorable probate court
lor tin) eiistrict or i niueneien, commis
sioners to receive, examine and adjust
tho claims nnd demands of all persons
against the estate nf William J.
Police, lato of Burlington, In said
district deceased, nnd all claims ex
hibited in offset thereto, hereby give
notice that we will meet for the pur
pose nfortsnid, at the store nf Henry
C. Humphrey, In tho city of Burling
ton, In said distilct, on the thini Men-days-
of February and July, next, at
1U o'clock a. in., on each of snld days
and that six months from the IRth day
of January. A D. 1310, 1h the time llm-
Ited by said i-ourt for snld creditors
to present their claims to u ror ex
amination and allowance.
Dated at Burlington, tills 10th dav
of January, A. D. 1010.
N. J. ST. PIERRE,
o. i:. chilson.
IXnte nt Clinrlutte l!t lllsle.
The undersigned, having been ap
pointed by the Honorable Probato
Court for tne District of Chittenden.
Commissioners to receive, exnmlne
and adjust tho claims and demands
of all parsons against the estate of
Charlotte Uelllsle, into of Burlington, in
saia uistriet, deceased, and all claims
exhibited in offset thereto, hereby
give notice that we will meet for tho
purpose aforesaid, nt the office of F.
li. Webster, in the city of Burlington,
In snld district, on the third Saturdays
of Fobruury nnd July, next, at in
o'clock a. in., on each of said days nnd
tnnt six montlis lrom the l,th dav of
Janunry A. I). 1010, is the time limited
Dy snld court for snld creditors to
present their chilins to us for exam
ination anil allowance.
Dated at Burlington, this 17th day
of January, A. D. 1010.
F. O. WRBSTI2R,
T. K. HOPKINS,
CO l M 1 S S I O.NRH V NOT I CH.
Ilstate of .Morton W. .ludNon.
The undersigned, having been an
pointed by the Hon. Probate Court for
the District of Chittenden, commis
sioners to receive, examine nnd ad lust
all claims and demands of all persons
against the estate n .Morton w. Jud-
son, late of Burlington. In said dls
trict, deceased, and all claims exhibit
ed in offset thereto, hereby give notice
mat we win meet for tr.o purpose
aroresnld, at the nlTlce of George W
Deborville. In the city of Burlington.
In suld district, on the third Saturdays
of February and July, noxt, at 10
o'clock a. m., on each of said days and
that six months from tho 17th day of
January, A. D. 1010, is the time lim
ited by snld court for said creditor.! to
present their claims to us for exam
ination and allowance.
Dated nt Burlington, tl is 17th dav
of January, A. D. 1010.
ceo. w. nrep.rcnvn.u:,
j. n. nisKVEn,
ISstnte nf Horace II. Chittenden.
U'ho undersigned, having been np
pointed by the Honorable- Probato
Court for the District of Chittenden,
commissioner to receive, exanilno and
adiust the claims and demands or nil
persons ngnlnnt Ihe e?tto of Horace
If. Chittenden, late of Burlington, In
said district, deceased, and all claims
exhibited In offset thereto, hereby glvo
notice that v.-e will meet ror tne pur
pose aforesaid, ai me oirice m nnun
t.vman in thn eltv of Burlington. In
said district, on the third Satutduys nf
February und July, next, at i' chick
n, m on each of said dnys and that
six montliH from tho 17th day of Jan
n. 1910. Is tho time limited
by said court for said creditors to
present their claims to us for exam
ination and allowance.
Dated at Burlington, tills 17th day
of January, A. D. 1010.
W. F. HENDEK,
Estate nf .lames ,1, Hnnlln, alias Han
Ion, nltns llultiinn.
Tho undersigned, having been tin-
pointed by tho Honorable Probate
Court for the District of Chittenden.
Commissioners, to receive, oxamlno,
and adjust tho claims aim ileuiundH of
nil persons against the tituto of
James J. Hanlln. alias Hnnlun, all.
Hnllnati. late of ( olrhester. In said
district deceased, nnd till claims ex
hibited In offset thereto, hereby give
notice that we will meet for the pur
pose aforesaid, at tho offlco of Houry
Conlon. In tho town of Colchester, in
paid district, on tho second Knturdays
of February nnd July, next, at 10
o'clock it, in., nn eacn of said days,
and that six mouths from the 12th
dny of January, A. D. 1010, Is tho
tlmo limited by snld court for said
creditors to present their claims to
us for examination nnd nllnwnnce.
Dated at Colchester, this lath day
of January, A. D. 1010,
F. EDWARD ALLARD,
Persons having early Vermont books
which they do not care to keep are
Invited to write to J. L. Bouthwlck,' Bur-
There Is a person absolutely suited
to the Job you have to offer and a little
persistant advertising win rina mm.
HAPPENINGS IN VERMONT
(Continued from First rage.)
erection. Mrs. W. J. Newton Is very nick
with the grip. MIes Dibble Sprlgg Is very
C. A. Chnpmnu has returned from n
visit to his brother, Wllllnm Chapman,
In Mtchlgan.-Atrs, Wllllnm Pecuo Is
visiting In Proctor. It. P. Beach Is III
with the grip. Tho Ladles Missionary
society mot with Mrs. Klrnl on
Wednesday nfternoon. Miss Clara Dan
yow Is visiting her cousin, Grace- Dan
yow. Mra. C. C. Field and daughter,
Calla, nro 111. Edwin Gardner nnd Flora
Kenyon wero married In Vergennes
Wednesday Jah. 12 by the Rev. J. C.
Fisher. Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Field nro
spending tho winter In Worcester, Mass,,
nnd 1'rovldence, R. 1. Mrs. Oliver
Dnnyow, Jr., who 1ms been very III, Is
Frank Wcldcnbacker Is visiting his
daughter, Mrs. Levi Chose, In New York.
Mrs. Edward Stngg 1 quite ill with
the grip. Miss Mary Adams spent Bun
day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 15.
Adnms. Mrs. Maggie Tull Is quite ill
with the grip. Mrs. Hurrletto Stugg Is
111. Mrs. Jlary fiprague, who has been
In New Jersey for tho past few months,
has returned home.
President John M. Thomas of Mlddlo-
bury College nil! deliver an address at
tho Congregational Church Friday even
ing, the occnslon being the regular
monthly meeting of tin Brotherhood
Mrs. Ellen Peck Is In Massachusetts to
visit an Invalid sister. Miss H. n. Gris-
wold is nt tho "Poplars" for the remalnd
er of the winter. Invitations have been
Issued for tho wedding of EH Mnc.Murty
of this town and Miss Loulso Bump of
Salisbury at the Congregational Church
In Salisbury Wednesday evening, Janu
The Fortnightly club wero entertained
nt tho ladles' rooms on Tuesday last by
Mrs. A. J. Hough. The new board of ofll-
efts of the Mount Independence Grange
were Installed Wednesday evening lo-st
by Mr. and Mis. Bump of Salisbury .
V. V. Blackmer returnifl to Mlddlobury
Tuesday last, after spending a few days
In town. Three ensex of diphtheria are
lepotted nt Charles Rlackmer's. A. C.
Plue and Fred Plcnid are painting In
Miss Helen Flttz died at Mrs. Joseph
Goedro's Friday morning. Tho funeral
was held Sunday at two o'clock at the
church, Rev. Mr. Halawcll officiating.
Interment was made In Cook's cemetery.
Miss Lucy Halo has returned homo
fiom her visit In Montpeller.
Hurry Politico of this town and Ida
Bodette of Addison were married tit Ver-
gennes last week. Mrs. W. G. Hamilton
nnd Mrs. J. H. Fletcher are visiting In
Ilinesburg. There will be no services at
the Congregational Church Sunday.
Mrs. C. L. Wing and oldest son are vlslt-
Inar in Michigan. Mr. and Mrs. George
Sellers nave returned from Canada.
Miss Carrie Purinton, who has been
with her sister In Sudbury all winter,
has letutned home, Rolllti Frank, for
many years a citizen of this town nnd
now residing in Salisbury, Is very ill and
not expected to live many days. Mr.
nnd Mrs. Frank La Francis of Salisbury
were Kiiests nt B. J. Gove's Sunday. Dr.
If. A. Durfee, the State Sunday school
secretary, will meet the Sunday school
workers In tho library Friday afternoon.
In the evening he will deliver an ad
dress In tho Baptist Church. A general
Invitation Is extended to all who are Inter
ested In the Sunday school work. There
will not be any prayer meeting Friday
evening on account of Dr. Durfee's lee
ture. Prosncct Grange will work tho
2rd and 4th degrees Snturday evening.
The industrla will meet with Mis. A. T5.
Cushman Jan. 20.
Ilnrvey Fnrr attended tho funeral of
Harmon Nichols in Wllllston Tuesday.
Tho G. A. B. society gave a social on
Friday evening, which was well attend
ed. Tho young people did themselves
credit In presenting "Tho Maids of Jinny
Lands." A supper was served In tho ves
try of the church. Miss Ida Bodetto of
this town nnd Harry Sollce of Bildport
were married Jnn. 11. Hamilton Morgan
and wife of California were suests of
Mr. and Mrs, Ernest Carpenter last
week. Mrs. Vun Akin of Burlington was
the guest of her sister, Mrs. Jntnes Lacy,
over Sunday. Tho annual roll call will
bo held at the church. Si-veral speakers
from away are to be present.
Mrs. Klla C. Jones Is visiting relatives
In Rutland. The Moravian club met with
Mrs. H. H. Burge Tuesday afternoon
There Is to be a social at tho home of
Mrs. James Moore's Friday evening.
Mrs. James Moore Friday evening.
ter, Mrs. Meohnn. The missionary meet
lng will be held Thursday with Mrs. H.
II. Burge, Miss Kate Rourke of Castle
ton Normal spent Bundny with her par
tnts, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Rourke.
Mis. Rebecca Smith died Jan, 1, nged
92. Frank Cstuey Is very 111 with no
hopes of recovery. The Congregational
Sunday school of Brandon came to town
on a straw ride and had supper at the
hull, Friday ovonlng. Frank Rawson
nnd Miss Margaret Welch wero maiTicd
ut East Hubbardton la.st Wednesday.
J. M. Stlckney nnd Carroll Hubbard were
In Tlconderoga Thursday on business,
Miss Maude Almcs Is III, Miss Clara
NOTIC1S FOU IMIOUATK OF WILL
State of Vermont. District ot Grand
nE IT REMEMRERKD that 'U a se.s
slon of tho probate court holden nt
Mirth llero witniu ami ror saiu uis
triet. on the IVth day or January, A. D,
Present! Hon. Wm. Hayncs. Judge
Whereas, a certain Instrument In
writing purporting to be tho last will
and testament of James M. Skeuls
lato of Islo liMotte. In said district
deceased, having been this day present
ed to mild court of probate, and duly
filed In the register's office; Tiierururo
It Is ordered that all nersonj Inter
ested in the estate of 'aid daoe.ised be
notified to apptMir netoie buki cuun,
nt thn nrnbate offlco in North HeiJ lu
suld district, on tne zim tiny ui rcn
runry, A. D. 1910, by publication of
this order, threo weeks suocuxjlvuly
previous thereto, In thu Weekly Free
Prosu, a newspaper printed at Burling
ton, Vt., to show cause, If any they
mav havo, why said Instrument In
writing should not bo proved and nl
lowed, as tho last will and testament
of the said deceased,
FOUNTAIN PUNS AT VflKV. PRF.Ss,
Ketchnm visited In Brando" msi -
Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Foster yy
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Phi"1" - T .
Mlddlebury Fildny.Edw.itd ru"L"
gone to Boston on busings, aw
ls with her parents In SmUtirj'
Another child wtis born I" 'rT "'m'
Mrs. Frank Lewis Jan, s.-iwgm
,on (i,. ... ,i. i-ierbiiry nsylunt
Jan. 11,-Mrs. Alice Leonard and DaUKh-
tcr spent one day last wcck in "
Vlllc.-Mrs. R. A. Dunham Is vj
with pncumonta.-Mlss Abide La ton is
at homo for a short time.
H. R. Kimball was In Boston stveral
days last week.-MIss Jennie unincrwoim
and Fred Caldorwood were ctuipo i
CSruftsbury Tuesday by the death of
their mother, Mrs. Thomas t- awei woou.
'Hie More MnnufaclurinK Co., of Wol-
colt nro cutllnK chair stock from ine
lumber they bought at the nirroru mm,
occupying the Brush grnnlto sheds nnd
using electric power.-Tlie annual meet
ing of tho Hnrdwlck Savings lMnk and
TriiBt On.. M-n.q held at the bank on
Tuesday, the old bonrd of directors was
re-eiocted.-The Stowo hlph school will
play the local basket ball team nero
Friday night nt the new gymnasium.
Miss Ellen Dodgo has been visiting at
her home In Littleton, N. H for a few
dnys. J. D. Bargeant of Montpellor is
in town. The now gymnasium was open
ed Friday night, the exercises consisted
of a literary prnirrnm, n. basket ball
name between lnral teams and a p-om-enade.
Evergreen Lodge. N B. O.
Instnlied oflcers Saturday night. Mrs.
A, L. Clarke died Saturday nlltht. Tho
remains were tnl'n to Groton Monday
Tho remains of Merton Pierce were
brought here Thursday by bin daughter
and hu3bund, Mr. and Mis. George
Campbell, from Troy, N. Y., and interred
In the family lot In the village cemetery.
Mr. nnd Mrs, Campbell remained with
their cousin, Mrs. C. E. Rogers, until
Friday morning. The meeting of tho
Woman's association of the Congrega
tional Church was held with Mrs. L.
C. Holcombe on Wednesday afternoon.
There wna a largo attendance nt tho
Eastern Star social nt II. A. Brush'.-
Friday evening. Miss Genevieve Morgan
Is home from Essex Junction.
The Rev. E. E. Herrlck preached nt
Jericho nnd Vnderhill Sunday. The Rev.
.1. S. Goodull of Estex Junction preached
nt the Congregational Church Sunday
for the Rev. E. E. Herrlck. Mr. and
Mrs. C. E. Glfford tire visiting their
daughter, Mrs. James Wlllett, nt Salem,
N. II. The Rev. E. E. Herrlck wns
called to Chelsea to officiate at a fun
eral Monday. lames Caswell died Mon
day morning after a few days' illness
f pneumonia. Mrs. George Bourque has
relumed from Grand Mere, P. Q., nnd
brought with her tho infant son of her
sister, Mrs. George Cola. Her sister Is
in a sanltiiiium.
Richard, the little son of David
Osbomo, was uin Into by a traverse sled
while coasting on the Tannery hill. His
leg was broken at the ankle and ono of
the large bones of the leg und the knee
pan were broken. Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles
Robinson have a little dnughtnr, born
Monday, Jnnuaty 17. Mr. and Mts. Bert
Miles havo Rone to Stillwater, N. Y
where Mr. Miles has n position. Tho
funeral of James Caswell was held fiom
tho Congregatioiinl Church Wednesday
at 2:00 p. m., the Rev. E. E. Herrlck
officiating, with Interment In the village
cemetery. The bearers were members
of the G. A. ft. He leaves a wife, two
sons and four daughters, all of whom
reside in New York city. His wife and
son, Ray, were here to nttend the fun-
rial. Mr. i.'nswrll was 72 years old.
O. Brush of Burlington spent Tues
day night and Wednesday at his father's,
II. A. Brii'h.
Harmon Nichols, aged 70, died at his
homo Friday afternoon. Mr. Nichols had
been in poor health during the winter,
but his sudden death from heart falluro
was a great shock to Ihe community.
He In burvlved by .Us v. ife and one son,
Charles Nichols of Ixvi Angeles, Cal. Thn
funeral was held nt two o'clock Tues
day afternoon from tho house. Senator
und Mrs. A, L. Bingham aro the parents
of a son, Albert L., born January II.
Henry Lawrence, who was recovering
from pneumonia, had a t ellipse Friday.
.Morton Jnmes Is ill with tonallitla.
Frank Curtis is ill. Mrs. Grant Mile Is
seilously 111. F. V. Clark returned from
Syracuse, N. Y., Tuesday.
Mrs. Daniel Patrick and daughter, Miss
Anna, have returned to Hlncsburg after
brief visit with Dr and Mis. C. M,
John Wright his returned from Inde
pendence, lown, where ho has beon on
business for Wright Bro.
Peter Gero of Wllllston suffered a
shock Saturday since which he has been
Gilbert Hairls, who has heen In falling
health for the past few years, died at Ids
home Monday evening. He wns born In
Molrn, N. Y,, in-is;3, where he lived pio-
vlous to movliia to Burlington and later
to Essex Junction. Dining the ti"tlve
years of his life he was engaged in liim
ber Interests In the northern pait of his
native State, in 1S70 Mr. Harris married
.Miss Alary A. Wright, elder t daughter of
the late Smith Wright of A illlston, who
survives him with one daughter by a
former miininge. Airs. Home- B, (Jull'.h
llurrls) Wright of this place. The fu
nernl will bo held nt the home of the de
ceased this morning nt eleven o'clock
with Intei iiiunt nt Wllllston, The
death of Mr. Harris tnnt Its thy passing of
ti man who was loved and respected ftr
his unlet dignity, his uprightness In nil
business lul.ulons and his strung relig
R. S, Shciman Put, O. A. It., held Its
election of oltlcers Tuesda afternoon.
Dr. D. W. Sinend neled ns Installing ofll
eer. The W. II. C. held their lnslall.it Inn
nt the sumo lime. Mrs, C. E. Beach of
Burlington wan the Installing ollU-er, Fol
lowing thn Installation luncheon was
served by Um Indies. In the evening nn
excellent entertnlnment was glien by tho
Mandolin club nf Fort Ethan Allen
Prison Guard Cluirlcf (VNell of thn mili
tary prison at Fort lavenworth, Kan?.;
who lu n lit of Jealousy shot nnd killed
Mluiilo Slinblno, formerly nf this village,
nt that place hist summer,, wns found
guilty In federal court of murder In the
first degroo nnd has been sentenced to
bo hnngeil ai Fort Iavcnworth.
The marrlngn of Miss Oruco Dlsoida,
daughter of yr anfl Mr8, Oliver Dlsorda
of this place, to Irii Yundow, won of Mr.
and Mrs. Edson Ynndow of Jericho, will
take plnco nt the 'Church of tljo Holy
Family this morning.
Peter Jaro, aged about 72 years, died
at his homo In Wllllston yesterday morn
ing. He suffered a shock last Saturday.
He leaves a daughter, Mrs, Charles Pratt
nnd one son, Edwnrd, Mr, Jnrn was a
member of Ethan Allen Ixidge, F, & A.
M of this place.
Tho Installation of the officers of Cham
plain Court, O. O. F,, was held Tuesday
evonlng. Deputy Chief Ranger It. J. Gl
rnrd of Burlington wns Installing officer.
State Chief Ranger Louis Alnpa was also
Members of the Grange will present the
drama "Tho Village Schoolmnr'm" at tho
town hnll Saturday evening. James Mc
Kenzlo has gone to Fair Haven, where
ho has employment. Mr. nnd Mrs. K. II,
O'Brien of Jlutland were guests of his fa
ther, Morton, Monday. Henry Ooodro Is
building a blacksmith shop at Mechanlcs-
vllle. H. W. Pierce Is erecting a new
building to replace tho one destroyed by
fire. It -n 111 be used by the Condensed
Milk company for a weighing station.
Marjorle, daughter of Thomas MoKenzle,
is suffering with n lame kneo and Is not
nble to attend school. The few cases of
diphtheria are not serious one3.
On account of sickness the social at
A. P. Clotigh'n Is Indefinitely postponed.
John 1'lchet, an old citizen of this
town, died Sunday. Ho had been In
poor health for many months. The fun
eral was held Tuesday at tne uatnonc
Church in Chnriottf.-Hllton Baker has
gone to Fnlr Haven.
Mrs. Ben Plerrn Is at Mary Fletclier
hospital for treatment. Charlie Hnyden
had one of his feet Injuied Thursday
by a horse steppliiK on It. -The Rev. L.
L. Greenlenf nnd Howard Bnrnes huvo
hail telephones put Into their dwellings.
-Mrs. Fred Trncey Is III with dtphttieria
Hilton linker nnd Willis Jotilm went
Saturday to Fair Haven, wieic iney . nPSl1n. nKhl , j, w .pi,,ildlngs.-Mr.
havo employment. The high school wlll(nnrt Mrp K o'Biifti of Rutland weie
give a piny In the near future. Levi
Rlssnnctto Is ill. Mrs. Hnrley i'aimer,
who has been very 111, Is Improving.
Thn creamery has teams at work filling
their ice houses. Wllllnm Gieenleaf
w;is nt homo from .Mlddlebury Cultego
over Sunday. Roy Kenyon of Boston Is
spending a few weeks with Mr. and Mr.i'
Hot tico Kenyon. Miss King whs .it her
home in Sheubuine Saturday and Sun
day. The Baptists gave n sociablo
at A. P. dough's Wednesday evening.
Guy Kenyon bus gone to Denver, Col.
Tim young people of our local Grange
will give "Tho Village Seboohnar'm" In
the town hnll Saturday night. Tho
Woodman's fnlr will be held In the town
hall all next week with music by the
Hlnesbuig band. Tho Chittenden County
Pomona Grunge will meet hero Tuesday,
February 15. nt ln tho town
hall. Hlnesourg Grango Installed the
following officers nt their last meeting:
Alnster, H. H. Page; overseer, E. O.
Mead; steward, Bunl Derby; assistant
stewnid, F. A. Tracy; treasurer, H. Y .
Russell, lecturer, H. AI. Page; chaplain,
Airs. Howard Barnes; secretary, Mrs. G.
W. Toby; lady assistant steward, Mrs.
Clinton Smith; Ceres, Airs. H. li. Page;
Flora. Airs. C. Bostwick; Pomona, Mrs.
Truman Russett. The Rev. Richard
Owen will pi each again In the Congre
gational Church January 30. The Ice har
vest has begun nt Hinesburg pond and
tho creamery Ice houses nt the village
are being filled. Three families have
moved Into the Lewis Blssonette house
now owned by A. B. Morrill. Wood, lum
ber, Ico nnd hay aro moving lively on
the good sleighing.
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Champnln Trust com
pany was held in the bank Saturday
and they report ono of the most suc
cessful years since tho bank has been
doing business. Tho same officers
wore re-elected- President, P. E. AIc
Sweeney; vice-president, George A
Ruinsey; treasurer, At. D. McMahon;
assistant treasurer, Howard E, Par-
row; directors, P. E. AlcSwecney, Ar
thur J. Dcsautels, Henry Conlln,
George A. Runisey, J. W. Sheehnn.
Airs. Belle Lovejoy, who fell down the
ce mr stairs with a lamp In her hand and
was fatally burned Sunday night, died
Monday morning at 7:10 o'clock. Mis.
Lovejoy was bom In Enfield, N. II., &2
years ago nnd six years ago removed to
this place where she has since resided.
Besides her husband she leaves one son.
Howard, and two daughters, Blanche
and Estella. Howard nrrlved In town
Alonday nnd Tuesday took the remains
to Enfield for Interment.
Overseer of the Poor George Sheppard
was the victim of a very serious nccldflfit
Tuesday morning when he sustained
two biokcn rib. Ah Air Slie;ipnid was
lending his high spirited colt to the burn
the nnlmal reared, tho halter gave way
nnd Air. Sheppard slipped on some Ice,
fulling to the ground. Whether the calt
threw Ills weight on Air. Sheppard or
kicked him he Is unable to explain.
Air. nnd Airs. Charbonneau are the
parents of a daughter born yesterday.
A sou was born Tuesday to Mr. and
Airs. Paul Klrby of Alain street.
Airs. Fred llnns Is Improving after her
operation at Funny Allen hospital.
Chailes Adams, who underwent an op
eration ut the Fanny Allen hospital, Is
The funeral of the lute AI. W- Judson,
who died In Boston January 8, was
held from tho Cnlversnlist Church
Tuesday nt one o'clock, In charge of
North Star Lodge, F. & A. Al.-MIss
Elliabcth Berrv and Frederick Uressor,
both of this town, wore married at tho
Church of Our Lady ot the Holy Rosary
Alonday morning at six o'clock, tho Rev.
A. P. Clermont prefoimlug the cere
mony. James Dower of Burlington was
best mull and Miss Cora Bressor, tl sis
ter of the uroom. maid of honor A wed
ding breakfast was solved nftrr tho
ceremony nt tho home of the gioem Air.
mid Airs. Bressor will have rooms nt
the home of George fhampangnc. Allss
Mary Ptirtel has returned from .Mont
peller, whero she wns called by the
serious illness of her aunt, Allss .Mary
Purtel. Air. nnd Airs. H. S. Conant ot
Burlington wero the guests of Airs. G.
. Gieen Suuday.-.MIss Elizabeth
Bildgn of Woodstock Is visiting nt the
homo of Mr. and Mrs. W. W AUUcr.
Tho funeral of tho Into M. W Judson.
who died In Boston January C. was held
from the Uulversallst Church Tuesduy
afternoon at ono o'clock, the R'.
Frances Kimball officiating. North Star
1 .oil go, K, & A. AI,, of which the deceased
wns a member, had charge, with burial
ln the family lot nt Jericho. The bearers
wero K. W. Freeman. I. E. Towne, P H.
Sudnrsky and K. A. Rhondrs. Among
those from out of town tu attend the
funeral wore Ross Roberts und J. M.
Ashley of Burlington. Mr. and Airs.
Glle of Montpellor, Bainuel AlcCullough
of Randolph, Mr. and Mrs. Wright of
Underbill, Mrs. Hlrum Comstock of
Ailddlesox. There was a public Installa
tion of officers of Phil Sheridan Court,
C. O. F Saturday evening and , bun
I. II. AVhlppIo and Dr. Smith had
telephones put Into their homes a, week
ngn.-Mr. and Mrs, J. Armnnd Osgood
niivo n daughter, born Friday. Mrs. Os
good has been dnrtgorously 111 but Is
morn comfortable, Mr. nnd Mra. C. F.
'Mncombcr attended a re-union of tho
Chase family held In Cambridge Thur.v
day.-E. B, Whipple has been a little
bettor for h few days. Miss Claire
Beach wns nt John litre's over Bundny.
The Indies of the ndult class of the
Baptist Sunday school gave a supper
to thn members of tho men's class Wed
nesday evening at the vestry. Mrs, Bray
ton Clarke is III, A. L. Sherman of Bur
lington wns the guest of E, Hudson Con
verse over Bundny, Curtis Orvls of
South Starksboro visited his uncle, C. L.
Van Vllct, last week. School No. 0 taught
by Miss Anna Stacy will reopen next
Monday for the winter term, Ernest Hur
ley Is critically 111 from blood poisoning.
Leo and Henry Dcsnutels, young sons of
Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Desnutels, who
have been 111 with pneumonia, ttre tecov-
erlng. Two other children In the same
family ore now 111. Relatives In town
received word Monday of tho death of
Leroy II. Eno In Sioux City, Iowa, where
ho wns engaged In tenelilng. He died nt
a hospital there from the effect of a se
rious surgical opetntlon, leaving a wlfo
nnd ono child, his parents nnd ono broth
er. Mr. Eno wns the son of Albert Eno,
a former Charlotto man, who went to
Iowa to live In
A supper and entertainment for the
benefit nf the Rev. It. C. Kemp will be
given at the Sons of Veterans hnll
thU evening Miss Mnry SpauM
Ing Is spending a few weeks In Mont
peller. Cornelius llolhtook litis been
quite 111 the past week.
Mrs. It. S. White left on Monday for
Knnsns to Join her husband nnd son
They will make their future home there.
Tin prayer meeting was held Wed-
In town over Sunday. All s. Fred Rob
erts Is confined to the bed by Illness.
The King's Daughters will meet to
day with Alls. F. V. Prior to sew for a
needy inmily ln the neighborhood. Lu
clan Ctswcll of North Fairfax visited
his brother. S. L. Caswell Inst week.
Air. und Airs. Gerald Phillips and son
of Alonkton were guests of Air. and Airs.
H F. Tllley Saturday nnd Sunday.
News has been received that Mrs. E. A.
Rollins, who went to Hnrdwlck in
November to puss some time with her
daughter. Airs. W. J. Ros, on account
of poor health, is not ag well and Is un
der the doctor's care. Archie Sherwln '-i
recocrlng from nn illness caused by an
abscess in ills head.
The Outlook club met with Airs. T.
W. llnnhy Wednesday afternoon. Tho
friends of Rev. F. D. Blodgett gave him
a suiprise Alonday evening, it being Ills
birthday. The Ladles' Aid will meet
to-day at tho Alethodlst Episcopal
Church and serve dinner. Walter Ath
erton Is at work for W. F. Chapln.
Mr and Airs. George Cook have return
ed from Canada, where they went to at
tend the funeral of a relative. Airs. Stan
ton Williams and son are visiting in
Jonesvllle. The Rev. Hervey Gtillck has
been called to Hancock, N. H to officiate
at the funeral of a former parishioner.
Airs. Joh Wilder of New Haven has
been visiting at W. M. Spear's. Robert
Bora Is very 111 with pneumonia.
Mr. Algler of Richmond is visiting his
cousin, Dclbert Algler. Air. and Airs.
George Wright went Tuesday to West
ford to visit their daughter. Airs. Bolon
BIgelow. Mrs. E. B. Wright and daugh
ter, Doris, have gone to Castleton, N, Y.,
to visit Mrs. H. C. Petty. A social will
be held In tho parish house Frldy night
for the benefit of the Congregational
Church. An entertnlnment will be pro
vided and cake and coffee will be served.
Air. and Airs. W D. Granger are par
ents of a baby boy. James Bronson and
H. A. Granger returned Friday from
New York. The harvesting of Ice from
tho Lamoille river hns commenced.
S. J. Randall and Mrs. C. 8. Brewster
visited nt Eleazer Shattuck's ln South
Starksboro Bundny. AItb. G. W. Brews
ter. F. G. Bagley, George Divine. Rus
sell Alclntyre and Ra Russell are III.
Airs. Jc-rushn Taft nnd Walter Taft
visited nt Hnrburt Butts's In Jonesvllle
the first of the week. Atr. nnd Airs.
George Rounds returned home Saturday
after visiting friends in Burllntton,
The Rev. and Airs. Greenleaf of Hines
burg visited Mr. and Airs. AI. W. Hlns.
dale last week. AI. W. Hlnsdalo Is filling
his Ice house wt;h a fine quality of Ice
from Shelburne pond. Mrs. Ira Chase,
who has been In Burlington to assist Mr.
and Mrs. S. E. Hinsdale to settle in their
new home, has returned. AL Kehoe of
Richmond visited his brother, Edwnrd,
the first of the week. Eugene Redmond
Is hauling lumber to Burlington.
For the benefit of the pastor, the Rev.
AI. H. Ryan, there will be an oyster sup
per and donation nt D. R. Beans Friday
evening, Jan. 28. A lecture by thn Rev. L
O. Sherburne on "Alore Than Evene Won
derB," will be a feature of the entertnln
Airs. II. II. Brown, who has been visit
ing her mother, Mrs, A, W, Ross, re
turned to Springfield, Alass., Saturday.
C. E. Perclval has been chosen assistant
mall carrier and Is now In charge ot the
mall between Ihe station and postofftce.
George Costello has been quite ill with
tonsllltls. Rev. E. E. Herrlck of Alllton
officiated at the Congregational Church
Sunday afternoon and evening. Airs.
Henry Dcsnny entertained some of tho
grammar school girls at her home Alon
day afternoon In honor of Allss Barbara
Desany's birthday. Jesse Bennett of
Watorbury is In town. Allss Alnrlon Ed
wards has returned from Johnson. Mrs.
Newsteud, who has been 111, Is Improving,
Howard Stteeter of Bolton shot an
other bob-cat In town this week. It was
killed near James Kew's. -Ira Edson
Yundow, elder son ot Air. and Airs. E. J.
Ynndow of this town, nnd Grace Alary
Dlsot ter, daughter of Air. and Airs. Oliver
Disorder, will be married at the Church
of the Holy Family at Es.-.ex Junction
Thursday morning at S:?t). Tho maid of
honor will be Alias Gertrude, Sisters and
Fiank J, Yandow will act as best man.
Tho ceiemony will be followed by a wed
ding breakfast nt the bride's home and
ii reception will be given at 2:3d at the
home of tho groom's parents. The couple
will reside In White River Junction.
Guy Aturdock of Frnmlngham, Mass.,
was at O, A. Pease's last week. A birth
day party was given to Allss JOhtlt Ouy-
tto Thursday evenlng.-Chauncey Ab
bott Is very sick at tho homo of his sis.
tor, Mrs, Kdwln Hnll.-Alrs. A. Lancor,
who has been seriously III, is galnlng.
O. ,W Kellogg has gone to 8t Albans
to work at his trade, ns polisher for a
granite firm. Henry Peose is at hom.
from nurllngton.-Fridny nfternoon th
following grange officers wore Installed
ny l-aei .unsier Irving Oleoion of Jert
eno: Ainert Htreeter. master; Btsnlnj
Torallnson, overseer; Alts. Carrie strt.
er, lecturer; Willis AHnckler, stoward-
r.imer nan, n-sslstnnt steward! Airs
Alice Bmlth, chaplain; E. B. York, trea
surer; Miss Ruth Tomllnson, secretary;
Fey Tomllnson, gatekeeper; Mrs. Ala
meda Tarbox, Ceres; Mrs, Annie Itscon,
Pomona: Allss Ida I.nncor, Flora Airs,
Sadlo York, lady assistant nteward
A. C. Hosklns Is 111 with pnoumonla,
Andrew C. Johnson and child nre both
.-.in won pneumonia. Ttie Ladles' AM
society nro to give, an apple social at
the parish house Friday evening. Dr.
and Mrs. B .H. Stone of Burlington
were visitors nt hot- parents', Air. mid
Mrs. A. B. Puffer. Suntlny -Airs, .1. W
Hsrt Is visiting friends 'n Burllngtor
and Richmond. -H. C. Lee is confined tc
the house by IllneBs.
Airs. Ira Thorpe wns taken to Alary
Fletcher hof-pitai Wednesday for nn operation.-Airs
Alorrls .Mead. who har
been seriously ill, is somewhat better
Air. and .Mrs. N. E. Wright attended
the funeral of M. W. Judson at Rich
mond Vdnedav. The burial was at
Jericho Center. Alias Thorpe wno
has heen teaching, was cnMfl n. me by
lb" serious illness of her n ' er AIlfl
.Madeline Schivelg, a trn!md r .-r .
caring for Airs John !n ll.js who li
very rritlenlv Ml with tv,h t pneu
monia, rtio nlne-nirinthsf.il i,, . in nlo
very III. Airs. AInrv 'III', nnd Alls'
Daisy AlacGlbbon hn-e g .... t, Alorr s
vlllc to visit. Tom Br -c v.- work for
Air. Ieonard In Ed' rt nuiery the
The annual iueeti,g of t e Baptist
Church society wjis uredav
The reports weie -.or in aging
the Sunday school Lad e' A., society
and tne missionar s". . : repor
lng bttlainfs in the ln.- Th
general fund for the ' hur. n - wed
slight deficit as is usual T, e tollow
lng officers were lected Cleil.
Charles H. Wood: treasurer Willinr
T Alerrltt: flnnnc omml'te.- W. 1
Alorritt. C. II. Wood. Mrv M a Gilder
Allss Alura N. Barnes II I. Wood.
B. H. Murray, for mrnv yens a res
dent of thl.1 eltv and a nn1 tor c
the Central Vermont rai'roa' d ed at
his home In Charles-town, N H . '"burs
diy morning. Air. Murray leff t r em
ploy of the road some time, ngo nnd
had since resided in Charlestown
Reuben Wilcox, aged 7fi 5 ears died Sat
urday morning at his home on the Geor
gia shore, of cancer of the stomach, after
a long and painful illness. Air Wilcox
was a prospetnus farmer and a good bus
ness man. He leaves a wife, Olive Barnes
Wilcox, nnd two sons, Fred, who lives at
home, and Bert Wilcox of Maine. The
funoral wus held nt his lato home at
one o'clock Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and
-rs. Wilcox would have celebrated the
rsth wedding anniversary February 1",
which would have also been Air. Wilcox's
The body of Airs. Clyde Gregory, whe
died In Fletcher Thursday afternoon nfter
a short Illness, was brought to this city
Sunday for burial In the Fairfax Street
cemetery, the committal service helng b
the Rev. R, J. Cahill. Airs. Gregory wa
a sister of Airs. Fred AIcArthur f this
The annual meeting of the Teoples
Trust Co. was held Alonday. t e 33rl
anniversary of tho day that the insti
tution was opened and the folliwlng
directors were elected- Edwir 1 C
Bmlth, Chester W, Witters, Henry AI
Stevens, Edward A. Cnittenden nnd
John Branch. The directors hae elect
ed the following officers: President
Edward C. Smith; vice-president, John
Branch; clerk. John Branch, Jr.
Prosper Gregolre, aged 2: ye.it s,
died Sunday at his homo on Kim street,
Air. Gregolre Is. survived by Ins par-
ents n brother, Kdwarl Gregoire, ind.'
six sisters, Airs. Charb's Turcntte tine
Misses Emma, Hattie, Anna, Jennie n 1
Elizabeth Gregolre of til's city ,
Work has been begun nt the sluip f
the St. Albnns Granite compatr' Six
teen men are employed nnd In .1 few d vi
about 14 more will arrive from Aluitpt -ler,
Barre. Waterbury nnd Hnrdwti k.
Ten carloads of rough granite are le'o
nnd there are many orders a.Vicad
Jnmes Burns, nged 7-i ye nrs, a native
of Falrlield, but a reside,it of this !'?'
for many years, died a'; his home on
Fetrls stieer yesterday morning at six
o'clock. Air. Burns hful been 111 .lnc
last July and ln the summer underwent
an operation for appendicitis Tho fur
oral will bo held at St. Alary's Churr'
Friday morning af nine o'clock.
Yesterday morning City Judge N N
Post rendered hi', decision in the case
of State vs. Eddto Oilman, charged with
assault and resisting nn officer Sntur.
day night, and bound him ever to ap
pear at the Alarch term of Franklin
county court In the sum of TWO. Gil
man will appear before Justice of the
Peace John Kearney ln Justice court this
morning for an offense of Intoxication
for which the officer whom ho assaulted
was attempting to arrest him.
Allss Amanda B. Ovltt, aged 11 years,
died at the homo of her cousin, C L.
Ovitt, Friday morning at three o'clock
nfter nn Illness of seeral months with
tuberculnr trouble. Allss Ovltt was the
only child of the late II. B. nnd Airs. Alar
gret P. Ovltt. She had been a teacher In
the graded school In Waterbury until her
failing' health compelled her to resign at
the close of the last school year. The
funeral was held from the home at 1:3C
p. m. Monday, the Rev. William Shaw
oniciatlni;'. The burial was at West
Frank Hart, aged 76, died Friday even
ing after an Illness of several weeks
with blood poisoning. Mr. Hart was ono
of the old residents nnd In survived by
several children among them being L. D.
Hurt of this village. Tho funeral was nt
the Center Sunday nfternoon, the Rev.
W. V. Clark of this village offlclatng,
"JXiwn In Maine" In opera hall Friday
evening under the management of the
senior class of tno high school drew a
1100 house. This assures the succees of
the proposed trip to Washington by the
class, Curtis 11. Burt of Boston visited
his sister, Mr. B. C. Kendall. Friday.
Mts. W. H. Yaw Is In Burling
ton. Miss Helen Guild, a teacher
In Highgate, was a guest over Sunday
of the Allssea Carpenter. Alias Alice
Cassldy has returned from Montreal.
D. 13. Langlots of Rutland Is In town.-
Miss Aloyxti Archanibatilt leaves to-
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