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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS AND TRIES: THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1010.
ONE CENT A WORD Advertising In Hits col umn one cent a word, (inch Insertion. Copy may b"J changed pvory week. Cash In advance required. No advertisement taken which 1b less thnn twelve words, two Hues. Special terms to advertise, rs using from 250 to 1,000 Hues within twelve consecutive months .J POINTERS. OHNr.ltH OF 1'AU.MH who wish to hlrn Id t to sell n. farm, should use this co'umn. Nearly 6,000 copies of this paper are sold every Issue and your advertisement would lie rend by many possible buyers. 25,wt WAN1ED AOBNTf. A A SPKD, lien and Women. 13 dally. Snd tsn cents for sample nnd catalogue. Danks Supply Co.. nil Congress ft., Portl.ird, Maine. 4",3t&wlt AVHEELWHirmT wnnlsd, wood work er and painter end also wagon black smith. Building nov work nnd general tepnlrlng. Steady Job to right parties. The Wily Wagon Co., A. X. Camp. Prop., Morrlsvllle, Vt W.Gt&w.U FEMALE HELP V ANTED. a A RN MONKY AT HOME-lf you have a nwlng mnrhlne ar.d wlnh to can mcicv at homo dolus lljht and pleas ant work apply in person or write Wo Instruct you to dn the work propeily, fr-e of charge. The only condition Is ! that you take the work hero and return It. Two or more ran Join in this If de Hirssl. Over 11 now doing thin work satisfactorily In this city and outside. The O. L. Hind Co , King and St. Paul Btrseta, Burlington. Vt. 4T.6t w2t FOR SALE FOR SALE Lamoille Co. Dairy farm of ISO acres, 40 cow rapacity with teams, tools, etc., silos, two houses, butter outtlt with dairy loom Eight hundred sugar trees with modern equipment, applo orchard. IOO.oV) ft. snruoo nnd hemlnclr timber. !me snrhiEr water, IS minutes ride to B. n. station. 1 Stato nonnal nnd high school, f.iur)n,r daughter. Mrs. Oeorge Allen churches, II. F. D. and telephone. Must be sold to closo estate. Addrcbs v.. K Hodgkins. administratrix, Johnson, Vt. tJJ,w,tt. STAJjLION for sale. On account of poor health I will sell my stallion, lilack Brilliant, Jr., S years old, which ui bred and raised by Adolphus Wlerwell of Ohio, weight 1,400. For Partlcuhus write V. 11. llodgv, Hydo Park, Vt. ::f,,-:t i( ivt: ri.. i neci.. in v r.-.-.r, o r 1 ti 1 1 1 1 1 o of Stephen V. Meader, WaUlen, A L iU.i: FAHM for sale or to lent; tools, large sugar oi chard, in .nt locutid In Westford. Wll .d.utel, Wlnooski, Vt., near 'Jai me kiln. 34,v.7t. tuli SALK Stock of men's and boys' teadi made clothing, hats, cap, shoes, rubber.- and gents' furnishings. Address l . T. Farr, box in, Brandon, Vt. 32,w4t TO RENT. T2IGHT ROOM MODEHN NT3W HOL'SH on good street to rent. Apply In perso i to W. V. I nrr, 77 Buell St. 40,d&w,tf NOTICE. WOTICK how little It cost? to tell thousands of readers In many towns of Vermont what you hdie to sell or what you wish to buv Aovertlso In the Fr Presi and yrt. will get re plies to your advertlfcement 23,wtf FARM BARGAINS Bargain No. 3 40 Cow Farm If you .re Interested in an hon est legitimate farm proposition, wl ore you an getting a square desl where there U a future for you and your family, then here is a bargain that will Interest you; 2N-Ror- mrm In Jeffersonville, Vt., Including: SO acres woodland, fhard wood, loarn soil); good 10 room house, with bath, hot and cold water, running water in house and barn; good 3-deck barn, 45x7 ft., wltl 12f ton capacity silo, and "r fort manure sink; 85 head Holsteln cattle, IH cows find hull); alro su fiir nnd apple orchard, all machine mowing, together with large Btock of the latest farm machinery ntch as sulky rlow, horse power ensil age cutter, dairy nnd sugar tools, etc., H mllo to depot; fences A 1. Price ",onO t2,000 down. Address The lleDiinncll MrtrniMllr Agency, 'I'hone i;i::i. nurllnglon, Vt. BARGAINS A good bouso with store, and fi nt'te of land, on North avenue, also a -0011 bin ri and lee house, will be sold t r less than It woul 1 cost to replace tho bullillns's. a good point for bual ti A M-acre farm S miles from Bur lington, good 10-room house, common burn, nlco young oi chard, an extia food placo to make money, If you vant a nlca llttlo farm near tho city, low In your chance. tEYNOLDS EE AL ESTATE CO. MM (;oi,I.i:(il) STItlTKT. VERMONT-BOOKS Personu having early V lnont bookii wtlch they do not caio to keep ara 'nvltcd to write to J. L. Boutlnvlck, Bur JtiK'ton, Vt. d-wtl HAPPENINGS IN VERMONT (Continued from First Page.) Incorrect, lie l.x living In Worcester. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace f Foote h,iv returned to AVrgonnes l'eter Smith, guest of his sister, Mr. James tllnoks, started Monday for his honiu In Mati ottn, Ga. Claude Tvrell lias gone to Fowler, where he has n position In a marble mlll.-Gllbcrt AtoCorinlele. Is visiting his motlic r In llutlnnd. Monday maiket day eggs brought an and 37 cents and I nitU'r 26. The cnttlo shipment from this section Monday consisted of two car loads, dm! was for Now York and Ilia other for Boston, .Mrs. Monn i'lsdnlo, wlfo of Merrill i'lsdnlo of Fust Mlddlehury, died at B.IO ii'elod; Tuesday morning having been unconslous slmo last Thursday evening, when her husband found her suffering fioiu a shock. Thn probability Is that she died from concussion of the brain although tho doctors are not certain. Mrs. Tlrdale leaves n husband and two sons. The funeral of Mrs. I.ydla Wright, who died at her homo In South Corn wall on Satiuday night, was held at tho house nt 10 o'clock Tttcrdny forenoon. Thy Rev. Dr. White, the Baptlsi pastor In Addison, conducted the services ami Interment was In the Payne burial ground.. Frank A. Farr Its dan gerously 111 with a rancor of the liver.--There are unclaimed letters at tho local post olllee addressed to Mrs. Ellen Dur ney, Mrs. Joseph Diniels, Frank nigrum ami C llurlou Lyman. On Monday after noon there worn oxerdrpw appropt Lite to Washington's birthday In some of the! department, of the graded school and j many of the parents and friends of tho pup'ls intended, A unique feature of urn i!.unir:u program in .itss w ood a room was rclintlonr by two little Hun garian girls, recent iirriw.la In thin country, in thalr own liiiiguuge. Wilbur L. Hsunllton Is In Hi Idport. A. II, Lanir uorthy of Ili-.unlon Is in town. Itobei t Boylan has riturneri to I'lttsfonl after vMtilig bis tunthu'. Mrs. Mary Doylan. I'ror. I.-. D, Collins attended the meeting of the Vale Alumni of Ver mont In Rutland Tuesday. ('. X. fow ors of Bennington Is visiting his aunt, Miss Lucy 'Jinnev. Dr. Ernest Ber kin lins returned to Boston, Miihs. Mr. end Mrs. .Initio Rodney of Allen town. T'a., nto hero. Tho Junior League of tho Methodist society held a library social In the church patior.i Wednesday night Tho ftinoral of Mrs. Morrill Tlsdnle will be held from tho house In Rast Mlddlehury this after noon. Hov. W. W. Smith of Colches ter is In town.-'Mrs. J. W. Liwrenoo of Cambridge, N. v., s town. Among tho t tailors In town are Mr. nnd Mrs. Watson O Hamilton, diaries G. Barber anil H. (1 Pratt of Hrldpnrt. Tberon I. Wilson of Schenectady, N. V., and James ,T. nrltlln of Fori Ed ward, N. V. Mrs. Mary Clillds has re- turned to Fair Haven neromp.mled by -TTERGENNES. Henry Blanchard, who was taken to Mary Fletcher hospital some time ago to !,e trc .ted for In.i.irles received by the billing of a truck on his head at the Ver mont Shade Holb r company's plant, was bi ought back Saturday, without receiving any benefit. Mr. Ulanchard Is In a sel lout! condition, both arms and one leg being paralyzed. The C. C. Cs. met with Hie Misses Ada and Jennie Htlstol Frl- h'al evenlng. Oeorgi! Dnvies of Dun- mouth College Is visiting his parents, the Hi'v. and Mrs. It. H. Davle. Mrs. F. F, . Little of New Haven is visiting hoi 1 brother. Moses J. fin: row. The "As You j Like It" club met Tttesdnj evening I with .Mrs Frank L. 1" h. William Cue 'of South Norwalk, Conn., is visiting bs mother Mts. F. W. Cen Mrs. c. ., 'Hr;id)m bap totunud rem a visit of se.'il weeks to New York city j in- i .nnm.'in juiiiiee singers gave an i nti 1 1 iii.nient Tuesday at the Metho dist 1:1,1.-1 opal Chun h. -A 0 1-2 pound boy v 1- 1,01 n Mundav morning to Mr. and Mts. Arthur Booth. Mrs. Chatles JIcAti'. of Addison Is seriously 111. Fuiiioiit Fisher has resumed his work In 'IT and A. W. Norton's feed stoic itter n Illness nf two weeks. L. F. ivnion is III. Mi-s Julln Douglass of LntUind passed Sunday with her sister. Mrs John (iarno. A son was born Sun dav night to Mr. nnd Mrs. John Labou, Jr. Miss Mary Garno of Burlington Is vl 'ting her parents. Mr nnd Mrs. John (Iarno.-Mrs. F. C. Little hns returned to New Haven aftet a v'-lt to her I. lot In 1. Moses J Harrow A s,. w 1 . , ARSENE BOUCrihK UNDERTAKER, 168 North St. Tei, 965 BCBLI N-HTON, T. CiiIIh Aniineri-il Dn or Mghe. TEETH EXTRACTEdT A i.uliil,.l Wllhuul I'utn. Hia only offlcH In Burlington, wharn you can y.-t teeth ettiacted without a particle e.f pain, w.thout taking gas. My method Is used by no other perjon. No pain; no danger; no after effecta. i;. i.. n. iia.ex, Ofllee, ISfi I'lnc St., lurllnnton. Vt. Onirc lionra, 10 ti 3, 7 to 8. c.1lSlI.s'(IfI:Hs NOTICK. Tliayrr, Col- I'.stnte of Hciihen "W I'hente r. Tho underslgried, having been nn polnted by the Honorable Probnte Cr;,ri for tho District of Chittenden, comml-.- isloners to rocwive, airamliie nnd adiust .the claims and demiilidH of all persons against the ,tatn nf Hmiben 1 Tha.r ;late of Colchester, in snld rllstrl.'t deceased, an,, all rlalrns exhibited In loffKet thereto, heteby give notu0 that I wo will met for the purpose ifoie jiald, ut thn on'lep of Heni-j' t'onlln. In tho town of Colchester, In raid dis trict, on tho third Fridays of March ,imd August, next, nt 10 o'clock a. in., on eiuh of hj til el n vs. and that six i months from the Mith dav of Feb ruary. A. D. Ill 10, Is the lime. Mm Ited by sabl court for laid creditors to prosent their claims to us for an amination and allowance Dated at Colchester, tl Is 10ti flay of February. A. D. Hi in, 11. II IlflBTON, C. If SHJPMAN "r',wr.t Coinml'slnners, COMI.S ION IIIIS' XOTICK i:.(n( The ul DriinlK ;iiMirne, llurlliigttnn. undi rsigneii, having beon V pointed by the honoruble probate court ror in nistrici or i niitennen, commlB tlonerii tu receive, examlno and adjust tho claims and demands of all nersons against the estate of Dennis Bourne, Into of Bitrllngtor, In said district, de ceased, and all claims exhlbltod In offsot theroto, hereby glvo notice that wo will meet for the purpose aforesaid at the offlco of Itoovos & Vila, In the city of Burlnlgton, in said district, on tho third Thursdays of March and Au gust, next, at 10 o'clock a. m., on each of sold days nnd that six months' from the 18th day of Fehrtiury, A, D, HMO, Ih the time limited by snld court for ereiditor.- to present thedc claims to us Cor examination and allowance. Dated at Burlington thin iijili day of February, A. D. 1 01 0. tiiomah nrcrcvKH, tl. K, HKItAi .N. 35,w3t Coilllulst loners. born to Mr. and Mrs. fleorge Rlnknly. Mrs. Frederick Owen of Mlddlehury spent Sunday with her niece, Mis. George Cough. t. . T. B. Pierce received a telegram Tuesday fiom Mrs. Ira N. Ward of HL Ijotils, Mo., imtiouncltig the death of her hiufband Hint morning from pneu monia. Mr Ward wan tho eldest (.on of Mrs. ss.it nil Ward and brother of Mrs, ('. T, S. Pierce, both of this place, and brother of George . Ward of New Haven. Mr. Ward v. as at ono time clerk in N. (1. Norton's feed store. Ho left Vetmnnt over Hi years ago and has beon In employed In lall rund work mot of thn time. Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Russell, who have been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Monllon, i (turned, to Hrldport Tuesday. Tho Ladles' Aid society of tho Methodist Church will meet Friday nf let noon at the parsonage. Mm. Charle.? Mnccobee, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. P, C. Russell of llrldport, has returned. .Mrs. Mamie Meigs was In Burlington Tuesday. John Sloan, a veteran of the Civil War, died Tuesday evening at the home of hit sister, Mrs. Desire Henatid, after a ling ering illness from rheumatism, aged 15 years. He Is survived by a son, Mellaril, nt San Francisco, Cut , one brother, Henry Sloan of Worcester, Mass.. five sisters, Mts. Charles Mulletir of Hrlstol, Mis. Desire Renaud, Mrs. Ne'oon ,T. Ren nud, Mrs. lyoul.s Ilenattd and Miss Hva Sloan of this city. Mr. Sloan for many yirs until four years at;t lived in th West, coming from Calirornla here. The funeral teiTlo v.'lll bo held In tit. Peter's Church Filday morning H firry O. Ilarn'int. only nn of Mr. and Mrs O. T. Hnrnum of Fast Mimkton, and Fraiin llbr.ibetb, daughter of Mr. mid Mrs. ICtnest P. Ktll.-on, v. ere married at i. eon Wednesday .it the home of the bride by the lie". 13 H. Stone of Hrlstol. Miss Ihsfle 'til-on, a cousin of the tide, wnfibrldiM . ' nd Harold French acted as beat '.tnti . dinner was erved after which Mr and Mrs. Hnrnum left on tho youth bound train for a shon 'veddln.; trip. On their return they v. Ml make their homo In L'ast Monktott. Anion; those In attendntice front tiw.'iv weie Mr. and M-s lbn'y 3t"son nn.l daiu-'iter of Proctor, Charles, Ira and Harris Kogers of Kurllnirtori. The As You Like n club met at the home of Mrs. Frank 1. Fsi Tu.idoy evening. Mis. Timothy Neville and Mrs Waiter Dr.lt ymple asslstlns In entertaln-Ing.- Mts. I'. C Lyon teturnetl to Bur lington yesterday afte visiting her sls-tir-ln-law. Mis. Frank L. Fbh The fol lowing Is the list of iinelnlmed letter." at the postofllee: Mrs. Henry Nelson, Pat McLean. Hernlce Carson. Mrs Je.sse Cur ler, Just Johnson. Louis Lashway, Henry W. Welcome, Miss Florence Amblow, Mvs, Knthetlne Wllmat th. Miss Alice Haas of Wntertown, N. V , is visiting her sisters, Mrs. C. W. Selple and Mrs . W. Wilson. C. R. Smith nf Burlington Is In town. Mr. fS. A Butterheld of Bos ton Is visiting her brother, M. L Barton BRISTOL. The olllcorti of the Addison County Poultry Association are. B. F. Hutch, president; It. si. Smith. II. A. Puck, M. II. Cove II. Wade. D. W. Fddv. W. I '. Mnrleigli. C. IT. siturtevant, It. II. Bristol, vleo-pt esidents ; c,, s. Farr. seitetnty; H, C. Norton and 11. S. Smith, assistants; L. M. P.lodgctt, B. J. Norton, D. K. Meader, directors; (!, . Fair, superintendent; 11. C. Pal nier. iisslstant; It. C. Martin, treas urer. The liabilities of the town are $HI,rli;r,.fl7; assets, $2.2R:i.0; to be pro vided for $ll,.'l9t.SS; indebtedness, !1S,;i.'1.U7; grand list, L'.n.;!s. The condition of Mis. lluniy Norton, ill with pcntimonl.'i. Is Improved. The annual ti eetlng of Clreenwood Cemetery associa tion will be held Marcli 1. N. D. BIs sonette of Burlington was in town Satur day. --.Miss Helen Monta of Mnbllebiiry has been vlstlng heie the past week. Mrs. J. F. Hlauelt of Providence. It. 1., Is trio guest of triends heie and in Lin coln. Mi-s '. Stella (Jove of Proctor vlsltPil relatives here nnd In Lincoln S.i tin day and Sunday. The condition of (I. W. Small Is Improving. Mxtraets from town auditor's report follow . Money borrowed, JlD,'.'"i; select men's orders, $;,'.'.i.Sl ; cost of poor, ?1,,",7; uncollected tuxes, S7'u.."';; cost of schools, 7. ISi'.'. valuo of school ptopetty, H7,iT3-'; lierttunent ro-ids, $l.?i.2U; highways. Jl, I'lvM; ti easiirers l eport, receipts, J33, S":i.21. Inde'iti dnes.-, jl '.o'j.'j": to be pro vided for in iriio, $11,31.. Il.rnu S. Sumner died at his home on P'l tol Fiats Sattmho night after an 111-ne-s of sev, i r, moiiihs. Mr. Sumner had i en Identllied with town ofllces for .i.' jears, serving as selectman nnd i fi'i r of tho poor He was a member ' .Mo mt Calvary Comnutndery, Knights Templar, eilfford Chapter, B. A. M., Libanus Ijodge, F. & A. M.. of which he had served as treasurer for several ye it s and the IC.istern Star. Ho Is survived by one son, Henry O. .Sumner, nnd one daughter, Bertha, He was born In Pors iluni, N, Y 7i! ears ago. The funeral was held Tuesday afternoon at one o'clock at the house and was lu charge of the Masons. MIf.s (leitriHle Parmlee Is at home from her Springfield school. -Mi. nnd Mr'. N D, Blssonette of Burllni'lon were guiMts of Mr, and Mia. C. M Hunk' over Sin day.--Mrs. L. C. cushmnn and children started Sunday for nthony, Ivans., wheio they will Join .Mi. Cii-hman and make their home. A c. Dike of Cs-e.-was In town Sunday ami Monday. Knoch Voung Is serine dv IP, threatened with pneumonia. C. K. Jlunlll has been confined to his hou.'e for a week past with the grip. I'Iuikbs S. Cirow, a notice of whose death appeals In unother column, ts bo'ti In Ptldpcv.ater. Aug 21, W.'X Ilo lived tbcto until .shurtly after his 21st birthday, when he came to Middle- bury, where he lived ten year, lie then lived In New- Haven for .10 years. In January, 1S31, he moved to Bristol, wheto he resided until his death. He married dully Smith in Brhlgewntor in ISC! Sho died April ?. 1S05. Since that time he ban lived with his daugh ter, Mrs. II. P. Sherwln. He was a member o tho Methodist Church. The Mineral was held yesterday afternoon at tint house. Miss Clara Ferguson vis ited Mrs. Carolina Hoy Tuesday. WEYBRIDGE. Wallace J, Bobbins died ut Ills homo at tho vllnge early Tuesday morning Mrs. Bobbins In slightly better hut atlll vory HI. The funeral will 1 held from tho house at one o'clock Monday afternoon, Miss Lucy Harrington returned to New York lant Monday, Mrs. Klla Colo of Brandon Is with Mrs. Cole, Mrs. Bert (Inge left Monday for her homo In AV.it orbury, Conn, Mra, Ann Withered of Ka-st Mlddlehury has Ixxm III town for a few days helping to core for her broth er, W. .1. ItobblriH. SHOREHAM. The Moravian club observed gentle man's night at Mrs. John Monro's Satur day evening, B. W. Burloy, who ban been in poor health the greater part of the winter. Is not ettto ns well at this writing.--Mrs. W. W. Mooro has roturncd from Burlington, Miss Hnzol Johnson, who bus been with her slstor, Mrs, C. W Kidder, has returned to Hurllngton, iMIss Dcrnlre Douglas Is vlsltlns Mrs Hcrnard Plerson In Fair Haven. -Mr. nnd Mrs. William Drown have returned to Fair Hnven, Mts, Kidder In In Darlington. -The Indies will servo luncheon In the la dles' loom town meeting day.-Tho young son nf Mr, nnd Mrs. William Famlmm, who was operated on for appendicitis somo weeks ngei, ),s improving. Mlsti Mtbel llnrdllt is passing the vacation at her home In Springfield. Mr and Mr. llullatd of Crown Point are. moving to tho Douglass farm,- -Tho roads havn been so filled with snow tho last month that on some ronten rural delivery has ot but little benefit to lis patrom. NORTH FERRISBURG. Mr. rind Mrs. F. A. Cushman were ghen a very pleasant Mirpilfo Inst Thursday cvcnltu; by about '-i of their friends. The laymen's missionary banquet given In the Methodist C'htlich pallors on Tues day evening wnti attended by 30 men. Fred Vearo and 1. V. Con1 'igh of Ilur llngton gave very Interestng addresses. Mr. nnd Mrs. James Derm have a llltlo daughter born on Tuesday. Daniel Noona.t is 111 with thn grip. Mrs. William Newton nnd son, Philip, of Ho-uon, Muss., are visiting her parent!', .Mr. and Mts. M F Allen - Mlw.s enrrie n.'d 1'iniue.i Wheeler entertained a patty of ludlca on Washlrigttm'r. birthday evening. Jerome Chnyo is recovering from an ai tack of the grip. John Carl f.nd family have mined to Starksboi o, The sociable given by tho Mt. Phllo Oratu;e last fl.it uiday evening was a very pleasant ue euslon. Vi". M. Dean Is In HurUngtott serving as juryman. Tho last entertain ment In the course will bo ghen In Allen hall on Thursday evnlng bv tho Strath moro Coticeit company. EAST MIDDLEBURY. In the. Hat of ofP.'ers for t!ie uunrtotly confeii'tico of last week It should have n-en F. II. BIdwell Instead ol T. ind well. -George Klrby of lb' heter was a visitor of W. K. Klrby hist week. A. A. lioHtdman bid had cut and drawn !, I cotd.t of wood this winter. -Mrs A M. Keeler Is oi the sick list --i!. . Sheldon I shipped Monday 17 baireis of ,'hob'e c ih b.igcs to lliitland. Wllher (loodrlch com mences work for F P. Noli-on March 1 -P. B Nelson and .vlfo attended the Cen tury club entertainment Wednesday night. February 10. MONKTON RIDGE. There Is to b'i a donation and chicken pie supper Thursday evening at the ves try of the Me'hodl'-t CI, inch -Mr. and Mrs. John Thornns celebrated the fifth anniversary of their rnaril.ige last, week Tuesday evening by a party. A very enjoyable evening was spent by their friends who presented them s sum of money as a token of good wishes. The youngest child of Henry Baker is qultet 111. Orrln Lawrence lost a heifer last week. She slipped through a hole cut In tl.e lee on the pond nnd Inter was found fiozen with her head out of the hole. ORWELL. Ldward Phillops died Saturday night of pneumonia after a sickness of nearly two weeks. HI funeral will he at the home to-day nt 11 a. m. with Inter ment In the family lot in Brldport. Mrs. John W. Clark of p.iwlet, who bus been with her people here for a week, return ed to her home on Monday. John Ityau of .Shoreham has purchased the Patrick Speerlng I arm and will move thet a In the spring. The funvrnl of Mrs. James Crammond, who died at a hospital In Burlington, was held at the homo on Thursday. The Kev. J. C. Williams olll clated. Miss Atlnn Voung came home from Manchester Satntduy. c, IC. Walk er has purchased Mrs. Marlon Bas com's bouse In the village, to which he will move soon. M. L. Ab'tott has rented the L. Mollltt re-ldence. -Timothy LaDoc has move,! fiom YVUlIng on to the Stevens farm at the lake CORNWALL. News has been received In town of the death In Minnesota of Mrs. Wealthy Wright Burkina n on February 5, aged S."i years. She was a resident of this town in hir earlier years, and a sister of Victor and Beiiben Wright, former residents here. She resided with her son, Frank Bucknian , bet husband having died many yearn ago. Mrs. Lvdla Wright died Saturday afternoon after an illness of one week with pneumonia. She leaves two sons ami two daughters and .several graudrhlldrt n and g.i-a, grandchildren. Her age was about 7.",. The funeral was held Tuesday at the home. 80UTH STARKSBORO. A good mnnv attended the auction of Pear! Doty Monday He and daughter. Miss Pear lie, leave the first ot March for Massachusetts, -There was an oyster supper last Wednrsdiy evening at Ira Hallock'p FERRISBURG. The Li i iiu' Missionary noclety will meet wit' Mrs B. W. Collins this aft, riioon Tne gentlemen nto Invited to lei Mr. nd Mrs. u. C. Field, Mr. and i Mr ardner and son, Frflwln, aro ill Willi nrlp Mrs J tlnue.. to fall. Mts Is eating for her. K. H. Bctve Wlllilns con of Vui genncr. RIPTOI?. Tho ladles of thu Helping Hand will hiive a dinner in the Post hull town meeting da. Miss Bessie Mills Is bet ter. C. D. Belden Is better. LTNCOLIi. Carol Atkins of Hanover, N. H., called here by the Illness of his father, has re turned to his home. -M. H II. Buell is ill with tonsllltlii. Carrie Pierce is quite 111. Miss Stella lioro wa- homo from her schoeil In Proctor over Sunday. !. A. Thnyre and (1 D. Draper were In Bristol Tuesday to attend the funeral nf lllram Sumner. About 0) of the relatives and friends of Mr and Mrs C. L. Ilr.ntol celebrated their EOth wcddlrK annlver s,iiy February a. -There will not bo any prayer moetln Friday evening on uc count of the meetings at the .Methodist episcopal Church In Bristol A donation and oyster supper will bo held nt the Ladles' Aid hall Friday night for thu benefit of the Hv. L. W. Sanford. Arthur mil will soon move to West Lltuoln Into the Pa-,o Colby house. L. S. Howo has taken Arthur Hill's farm for the coming year. Verona Strong is Improving Frank lllllot's baby is very sick. .Mrs. Alaou Atkins Is tho guest of friends I" Starkiboi o. NEW HAVEK. alio Beaver Ulcnn grange will m"11' Friday evening, February 1',, to work the third and fourth (legmen. Mr. and Mrs. IVlkey of Dakota bavo been guests ot Mr, ami Mra. M. c. it.ck the past week. This Is their first vst to Voruumt for S3 years.-Mr. and Mrs, Hodsinnn '"' Mr. and Mrs. Hemming, who have been guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. C, C. Coates for nearly four weeks returned to their 1 omcs In lllrcliioii, Que., Monday Hallock Squlio Is vory III. Mrs, F II. Itowley Is III with toivillltls A surprise party was given oorg0 Beck Monday night. James Tnft of Lincoln wha a. gueat of (leotgo Peck over Sunday. Howard Iloso and family are 111 with grip. Mrs. M. J, Ltindon entertained tho Ladles' I'tilon Wednesday afternoon. M;r3. II. C. Iloicoo has erysipelas, SALISBURY. The Congregational church and tho 'Ir.titgo have united their efforts In nr lanrjltirf a (loot go WiiMhliiBton supper nnd entertainment for the benefit of tho church, to be held nt the town hall Tuesday evening, Feb. 22, Tho en tertainment which Is comprised of exer cises by tho children, reading!", recita tions, drills, pantomlnes, charades, vocal and Instrumental music will commence nt S o'clock. National airs v.'lll be sung. Following this pro gram nn oyster suppnr will be served In the dining hall below. ADDISON. Frank Wood, who is sick In Bur lington, in iijportod better, but his mother, who war! caring for him, Is now sick. Carl Barrows, who has carried on tho olln Smith farm, Is to move to Brldport Mury Smith 1ms rented her farm to ilk! Porklns and she Is lo move In to Bert Crane's hoi .-e ai the corner.!. Ben Simpson Is 1 to nmvo Into Mr. (Jiegory s hoiiHe. I.Mr.'. Cl.ritb-H McCauley Is vciy sick I The C. It. B. society will meet at Itcv. III. H. White's Friday evening, and a program In honor of Washington's (blrtbdry Is to be carried out, Tho 'now II. II. White nnd family are soon Ito move io llnrdwlck. Tliey have been ! In H'ls town for about nine yearn and have gained many warm friends. .Mr. and Mr.-. P. U Wlllmarth were In Cornwall Tuesday to iit'cnd tho fnetfil of Mrs. Willli.arUi's outlier, Mrs. Wright. i ESSEX JUNCTION. Air. ard Mrs, Howa'd Stanley, who hne been . isltlnn Mi M.ml-ys par ents, Mr and Mrs. F. T I. Stanle; , went Friday to visit Mis. Stanle; s par ent:) in Bat re. loiter they will go to Worcester, .Mass., and from there to Lawton. okla , where they will be for about eight months. Mr. Stanley is employed by the FWk Carter Construc tion company. A confe.ience of the Sunday school workers of the village will be held In the Methodist Chinch Frldaj afternoon and evening. Miss Fdlth Balch will addtess the meeting The lunernl of Adolphus Bean was held at th" Chinch of tne Holy Family Tuesday morning at nine o'clock. Mi. Been, whose home was In Colches ter, db-d Sunday morning nt the home of his daughter, Mr. Jerry Stone, in Holland. He had worked at the Ilo we Scale works nt that place for the past year. Ho was 01 yonr.i old. Death was duo to pneumonia. Mr. Bean Is survived by one daughter. Mrs. Stone, and three sons, Henry of Keeton, (int.. Adolphus. Jr.. nnd Fred of Col chester, one brother, Frank Bean of Brattleboro. and three sisters, Miss Louise Bonn anil Mrs. Matilda Oaks of Brattleboro and Mrs. Lewis Greenough of this village. Mrs. Beau was killed by the cars In Colchester a few years ago. Among tho articles In the warning for the annual town meeting are to see what action the town v. Ill take In the matter of thu suit brought in the nntne of the town, against L. II. lloseoe, and fin titer to see what u tlon It will take to cany out In goril fnilh the Inducement offered the Itoseoe Printing House when It located heie. 'l'o see If the town will vote to open a hlgbw.iv fiom Pearl street across the railroad In the vicinity of the Hoscoo Printing House. Willbim H. Johnson & Son, proprietors of L. e Chnmplaln creamery, paid $1..V for standaid milk and $1.62 for cream for the month of January. The mutual meeting of the Social union of the I'nngt egntlonal Chinch was held at the home ot Mrs W. C. day altcrnoon. Offl 'er as follows: President, Airs. Ste."eri3 Tiiei were elected O. W. Bailey; Vlcle; secro- vlce-pre.-Ident, Mrs. J. II. tary and treasurer. Mr M. W Chapman: chairmen of refreshment D J. Hunter and Ml- J committee, Mrs. II V.el". chal:- man enter talnment committee, Mrs. C. C. Adams. ! Tho Church of the Holy FVimilv was j broken into Monda. uwning 'mt nothing seems to have been taken F-nirancc was I made by raising one of the windows on I the side toward the Catholic hall The window is p. considerable distance from the ground but the high ba"k f snow mado it easy of ,icoo. IVo of the altar candles weii lighted and ued while the Intruders rnnsacke.d th church. lrrfwer.s were open. An nbns boy was i pried open but contained Pttle If an ' tnnny Tho 'islte.'- l." the church It rough the front door, which thv opeiud bv cutitnt ihn wood awa from around Ithe lock. This was dlscoxered hi about ' st o'c'oeK Tipsday morning M- the P.ev. j.I. B Ponllot wnen he w ent to prepare tli ! church for the funeral of M,. Bent! I Alia Brter Piatt Is III at the norr.e o! her ilHiightrr. Mrs. Fred T-bo Mr. and Jlr! John Forhell of Muddy 1'vook, Willl-toti. are parents of a son born Hal nr. sy .luhn Thomsa 's confined to tha hoii'o bv ilhiiiys, HUNTINGTON CENTER. M: c.:.d Mr-. P.alph Ilallo.i; are visit rig her ssti r. Mis. H.irry Fills, In Walt.sfleld.--Mlss Leah Biglev Is III with the grli. The donation was well attend ed Thursday evening. Thu net proceeds, wero J.',",. The Misses Jeanctte Shnttuck, Marina Norton and Kalph Clr.ice are home fiom tholr school In Hurllngton. -J. H. Andiew-H Is moling to Fssex Junc tion. His sou, Fred, Is to run his farm l ho coming sear. The lllt.e'.lnn fi ilr.uige v. Ill present "Thu Village School Ma'nm" at the M. W. A ball Friday evening under the aiisplces of the Orange.-- Dyer Conger of Woodbury is visiting friends heie Mish Dalsv Uusscll and brother, Har vey, of Monkton visited their sister, Mis. Aljiblo Pierce, over Sundn.- S. J Itan ilall went lo lluillngton Monday as Jury innn In Putted States court. .Mis. S. J. Hnndnll visited at the homo of C. .1. Bus sell lu Buillngton the rirst of the week -A son was hum to Mr. and Mia. B, .1. Tiombley Feb, X'. HUNTINGTON. About M ichitlvis and friends congre gated nt the home of Mr. und .Mrs. Hiram Pierce Saturday, It being their fcith wed ding anniversary, Poems were read by Alli ed Pierce of Water bury und i; 13. .Not ton of this place, a pms,0 f $:,otv was tendered Mr. and .Mrs. Plorce, hcirv spoon from Dr. and .Mrs, Bert An.liews of Builltigton and a sugar shell f i itu Mrs, H, A. Andrews, and Mrs, (J, k, ,, .hl-i-ii wen' among tho gifts, Among ,t,, ,.ut of town guestH wero their ilaugh Hisband. Mr. and Mrs, Charles i . jf Moutlcello, N, J,, Mr, arid '.Mia, CHITTENDEN --------- ....... Curtis nnd family of Worcester, II. IX Pierce, Mr, and Mrs. Alfred Plerca of Waterbury, Mr, nnd Mrs. lllcknell of Lincoln, C. H. Andrews of Wchmnod, Mr. nnd MrH. U M. Kemyon of Hlncaburg, Mr. and Mrs. M ti.,.., vt..., fmin Thompson, Arhind Purlngton, Agnes "imm, .nr. .'tun Mrs. H. Ilnrlburt and Martha Iifayette of Stnrksboro. Mrs, Ida. Johnson entertained thn King's Daughters Wednesday afternoon. Mrs lieorge Chapman Is 111. Mr, and Mrs. Harry Clement of Hardwlck are guests of her sister, Mrs. K, A. Fuller. JERIOHO. Ira M. Ilogera of Fair Haven Is visiting relatives here, and In I'ndcrhlll for a fow weeks,Mr, nnd Mrs. W. H. Whltcomb were In Hurllngton Saturday. Mrs, Net tlo Johnson, who has been raring for Or vllle Hunt for a few weeks, returned to Kssex Junction Suturdny. Miss Minerva Johnson, who ban been vlfltlng hero ac companied her mother home. Tuesday Tuesday be.liip Washington'.! birthday (innlversary the schools were elosod and Miere was no delivery by R. Y. D. carriers Mlsr, Lou Brndlsh has cloned Tier school in Klchmond and is homo j for Urn vacation, TOdwnrd Latullp of Ks sex Junction Is to move here and work for James Mclaughlin. Mllo Scrlbr.er, who has worked In W. F. Buxton's mill but a few weeks, had bis left hand seriously bruised and cut, md two fingers partially severed Monelay afternoon. Dr Hulburd dressed the wounds nnd It Is thought the ringers can be need Mi and Mrt. Arthur Packard spet.t Snndjy with her parents. Mr. and Mts ILiand Leach, In North Cambridge. - H. W. Brown was nt homo from Bur lington Tuesday Superintendent U 1J. Pi for ef liiehmond spent Mond iy In tho village jchoo s - Mr and Mir. Burton Tilllor, r llakersfleld m'e visiting at II. T M.e aeiie'.s - Buet jr. Day of New Vo'l .ii., in town for a week. Mr. Kiistmm of Lyndonvillo ba.s been visiting bis coiixln, II H. Day. Mrs. Delany of le-: ,1ms,ii linn ),0en vlfltlng her sis ter. Mrs Henrv 'tesany, for a few days. The I,fidi-s' Aid society will give a so ll hi ti.e "hutch parlors Friday even '"g ' -ftc-dMi-ems will be served. Miss K''e- Joy returned lo Burlington j Mom ii f:er a short visit with her par ' en's. Mi r,.j Mrs. A. B. Joy --Oeorge I.kiIo.iii i ml Mls Kit a Parker have been vlsltint- ,.v rareuts In Grand Isle. WESTFORD. The Rev. Oeorge L. Cook of Mnlno prencli.il ns a candldnt.! in the Bnp tlst elm-fit Sttnclay. Mrs. Mabel Bng Klov cobti Is In town for the week. A me, Mng in the interest of the Laymen'- Missionary movement will he held In t Congregational Church tho iifturnoon ,,f Friday, Feb. 25. Dinner will i. served at noon nnd nil men me in iti.l to eotne. Theio was n Washington biithday social In the town hull Tuesday evening. On Mon day. Feb Ds, there will be n meeting In the lii'i rests of Sunday school work In town In the Congregational Church In the afternoon there will be a social for the home department members and all Interested in Sunday school work. In tho eenlng there will bo a meet ing devoted to general Sunday school work.--The Hov. Mr. Van Schalck of Fairfax pleached In tho Congregational Church Sundav Mrs. Flagg nnd son, of F.ssev Junction wero In town last week UNDERBILL. A son was Ttorn to Mr. and .Mrs. I C. MacCibbon Sunday, Feb. 20. B. H. Day of New York Is In town on busi ness. Miss Joslrj Monroe is visiting her uncle, Hoy Montgomery. K. J. Beeves of Burlington was In town on business Monday. At a meeting of the stock holders and r.irectors of the Co-operative Creamery. Tuesday It was decided to build a cream cry, but lave rented the building where thov, are at present for another year of Whltcomb Day. --Mrs. F, S. Whltcomb of Burlington Is visiting m town There was a dance nt (1. A. B hall Fid). 22.-The Homeland Circle will hold their regular meeting Thursday afternoon In the Con gregational Church parlors. Tea will be served. Tho ladies are requested to come prepared to sew. -Mrs Terrill of Jericho center Is caring for Mrs. L. C. Mae Gib bon. Mrs. Lyman, who has been so seri ously 111 is better. EAST CHARLOTTE. It Is reported that W. 1 Stacy lias rented his fatm to linuel Vondell of South Hero, who will take possession April 1. Mrs. Koderlc Eno Is confined to the house by an attack of tonslll tls The members of the Bev. Thomas Davison's Sunday school class of the Baptist Church, and those of Charlei Jewell's data will unite In giving a supper at the vestry Friday evening Mrs. Edwin Prindle and daughter, Eleanor, are spending a month in Claremnnt, N. H Mr. ami Mrs, Harry Smith nr moving to Elmore this week, to reside. Frank Estey has gone to Elmore with a load of house- bold goods for Harry Smith. Mls .Margaret Baldwin of Burlington Is the guest of her sister, Mrs, George Haz ard.-Miss Flota Clark has letiinied to Charlotte after a visit of several I weeks with Mr. anil Mrs. Halph Clarke In Wiitervllle. Jnme Haynes, who Is 'onllned to the house, suffering from a dislocated shoulder. Is rccovarlng. Mr. and Mrs. C!uy Baldwin and two sons returned to Danhy Sunday even ing after a wpek's visit with relatives. --Mrs. Kimball and infant returned to AVestford Sunday, after spending a week with her parent". WILLISTON. Patrick Frail la seriuusly 111 with pneu monia, -Albert Bingham, Jr., Is lll.-Phl-lona Clntk Is recovering from measles. Linda Jennett returned Thursday from tho Mary Fletcher hospital -Lnella St Louis of Barre has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Keruli ew. -The poverty patty given by mt rubers of the Eastern Star at Brown's hull Friday evening was largely attended, -The Christian Endeav or society will give a sorbi'ile In the .ir lor.s of the Methodist Chinch Friday. The winter term of school In the 1atnson district closed February is Those having perfect attendance for till' tei tn ate Viola Flynn, (itace Flyun, Charles Fluin. Ab sent but one day, Ferled.i Huberts, Leon Huberts, Chester Blng, Hlta Huberts, Ma bel Ding; perfect attendance for the year, Ciiacii Flynn, limiies I'lvnn. RICHMOND. Miss Josephine tlle.ison, who is tradi ng In Noithtleld Falls. Is at her home here for a short vacation A parish din ner wan icrveil tit the I'nlvcisallst Church Tuesday, Mr. und Mis, M. !. Leary huvo leturned lo Buillngton after a abort stay in town, Miss Marlon Hart lett and Miss Margaret McCoy ot the Bur lington high school are home for a few days' vacation. Over di attended the pov city party lu Wllllston Friday evening, .Mr. und Mia, Frank Ferguson and Miss Lottie Vimicy of Stnrksboro were tho ,,uests of Mr. and Mis. Wesley Berry over Sunday. Mr. nnd Mis. Delbert Par ker mill daughter, Albertlne, spent Sun day lu Milton. -.Mr, and Mis Edwnid Fres-liptlo nnd Mnstr Hlehnrd S.ibn Imvo returned from Burlington Thhie dollars was realized at tho enlertiilnnrusti given by the Hlelimond high school Fr' day evening, About ono hundred sat down to the annual parish dinner served by the ladleH of the church on AVnshlngtot birthday. Rev. Oeorgo F. Fortier Stat superintendent of I'nlvere I ' Churches, was the guest of the dn At the business menlng following th dlnnor these officers were elected ft r the current year: Trustee, F 11. c,t lett, W. W. Miller. It. C, Hlovd, c'eri, F. O, Nichols; collector and tieasure 13. T. Jacobs; Sunday school superbi tendent, F. O, Nichols. Miss Dorotbt Averlll fell on the lee Tueod.lv nie'ri Ins and broke her rolln, bone -MIm Loretta Mtllqueen of Burlington wa the uruest of Miss Eva Berry tester day. Mls King, who has been '! n guest of Mrs. N. L. King for spu days, has returned to her home Burlington. MILTON. Mark P.yan has gone to Bolton where, he has a position as station agent lia own Jackson was taken to the Pant Allen hospital Thursday for t "eminent Mis. H. H. Beeman has returned aff spending several days with her s .ste St. Albans. M. O. Wood, who has I doing surveying at the pulp mill, re' ed Saturday to his home In Glens Fa. N. T. The funeral of Mrs. Harrison Park who died Friday lifter a long lllnest v hid at the home ot her son, chare Parker, Sunday afternoon at I a i two ,the p.ev. M. H. B; an eft, The Interment mm In the villa- tery. She; leaves an need busbnt , C L. Parker, and a daughter, M" trt Rich.-Mrs. B. D. Mart'n has :e r from a visit with her brothers .wc and I.owvllle, N. A'. The l o .n ' barns of Joseph Murray, who l .en v. of Arrowhead mountain. wie burn ' Saturday night, together with I' h-nd ' cattle. Some of the ftirnlt ire f-em ttj house was savi d. Ai tliur 1 elps ' Richmond and Gladys Phelps of P .ling ton were at their fathers. N. F. Poe.p over Sundav. Miss Ruth Phillips 's home for n vacation from her srl-, Sheldon. Miss Edith Balch, lion .. de pnitment society of Sunday srhoo' s be here next Sundav to make in , Ires at a union ser.iee at the Met n Church. There will lo be a ses sion of the Sundav schools it the atn place. Lawrence Martin spent M 1a nnd Tuesday with Harry Berr " il r Ilngton. The different rrade.s , 'he schools had Washington Wrthdv exer cises Monda afternoon. -Miss .!f f Mar tin, who has been spending a nwK si at B. D. Martin's, hn.s returned i" V rt Heio. Judge K T Holbrnok Is i lis well and ''as a 'Ti'iteel n"-?e Bur lngton cnilng fo" him. CHARLOTTE. There will he ro rural free deltverv Tuesday, it being a legal holiday Miss Grace Bora lias returned from .Tones vllle, where she has been supplying in the telephone exchange. Rural Carrlet Halt and Deun will attend tho rarrlesr convention In Burlington Tuesday. EI -Jnh '-afkness U visiting In M.issach -setts. The nnnu.il church dinner will be held at the estry to-day. Clair tletu who In teaching In Essex, Is spemhng hi vacation at her homo here Harlett Williams Is visiting in Boston and vldt Ity Crlstlni) Gullck, who teaches In listen, Is spending her vacation at 1 home here. Miss Cnrrio Barber, who ha been quite HI, Is better. Mrs. C. E Ho. ridge of Mlddlehury visited at E. 1 Beers's last wivk. The little dattgh of Afr. and Mrs. Mourse Hill, who I ne been ijulte 111, Is better Mr and Alr Mlchael Devlne ale the parents of a .-o The crameiv has finished llll'rg t irn lee houses from their pond, pi." it k Z.Gf'l cakes The new dlredors I n creamery are F. B. Smith, U B M N and John S. Williams. Ruell V "t'i celebrated his sixth birthday T iesd giving a party to n "number of I i fiiends. Schools closed general . r i winter term last week. WINOOSKI. Joeph Butler, who whs placed ' nrrest by Deput Sheriff L. W P.. on suspicion for the larceny of Serg' Lewis's jewelry find money, was re. i Monday, there being a lack of evide to hold him. SOUTH BURLINGTON. Ralph Aldrlch's arm, which was br about five wes'ks ago by being hit w load of Ice. Is nearly well. The s wei e removed Sunday T!ie nig dren of L. L. Hnyea and Frank P.row Jr., who have been very 111, are Impro Ing - H. A. Blxhy Is recovering from attack of pnetrnionln. The King's Da s ters mt AVednesday afternoon w t' Al F.. P.. Slocitm. ST. GEORGE. News 1-is been received he-, death of Gilbert Iham, form, this town, nt the home nf his - tbur. ut Petisaeola, Fla He Walter Westcott of Esex Ce if Ited at Edward Kehoe's s . , Frank Fisher, who has been r the winter with M W ltlncab gone to Hotel Champlaln, New lor COLCHESTER. Ms.s B.ilch and Miss Clark ar t a house to boue canvass this wees. Interests of the Home Department C t J Elate Sunday kchool wor k. The work mu clos Thursday evening with a c 1 service in the Congregational Churei The Misses Mary and Myrtle Ma No returned Tuesday to their schoo' Falrfax -Miss Carrie Prntt of Esst x Center underwent n serious opetatlcn Fnnnv Allen Hospital Saturday n . " Adolphus Bean died nt the home f l riaiiRhteT Iena In Rutland. Sunday mow ing. Ills teinalns were brought to Esse Junction Tuesday moling and laid be side those of his wife. He leaves two sol Mill one daughter to mourn his loss. Friends nf Mr. and .Mrs. J. B. Thompson gave them n surprise at their home la.s Monday evening, the occasion being tho HUh nnlveisnry of their martlage. Mrs J. H. Lm went to Burlington Tue.sila night to attend the KHke Walk G 1 .MoBiido of Burlington visited J. B. Thompson Monday. WEST BOLTON. George Gllc bu- returned fi.nn Fanny Allen hospital, much Improved in liealtl Fred Slrecter of Jonesvllle lslted h's pal ruts Sunday. Mr anil Mrs, A, H. Ilatdy Mslied at Harry llatdy's In West foul the past week. Mrs. Minnie Street er is falling rapidly.- Mr. and Mv. K, Lnrollnde of Moretown nre visiting at K. B. York's. Samuel Ijicillade l very sick with erysipelas.-Jnnies Smith Is to begin work in the store ot W. A Church, nt Jonesvlllo March 1. Mr. and Mrs, John Gregory, who have been islllng relatives the past two months In N'ew York Btate, have returned home. Tho Dime society met with Mrs, P. O Socke Wednesday atternoon,--Mr. and Mis. Albert Mini, son and dnughler. who have been vlsltlns (('onllnuril oa page S.J