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THE BUKLINGTON FREE PRESS AND TIMES: TIIUHSDAY, MAUT'II 111, 1010.
HAPPENINGS IN VERMONT, (Continued from 2nd I'nRf) Irene Bruco of Fndorhlll Ih n guest tf lirr rental ii, Miss .lima Wnlxtoii. A. i Johnson In very sick with piioumoii-In.- K. II. Smith started his novelty works last Tliurpitny. F. S. Hnnsotn In Joglnnlng work on nn addition to hist house for n dining room flown stnlm mil u clinmhcr upstairs. WEST BOLTON. Chestcy .Smith, who ha? been working In nn automobile factory In Tnrrytoivn, X. V , Ih nt homp.- -Those from out of town who enmo homo for Hunter wore Miss Horiiloo Hull form Cumin Idgc, Miss Kdlth Guyetto from niohmriid, Miss Kdlth Tom lltison fiom l'".ilr Unvoii. tind r'rcil Street -. r fiom Jonesvtlle, Mra. John Gregory wits ptennnntly romembotcd ly relative.! Find friends on her birthday, Mnrch 3S "with u post caul shower. Mrs. 1), B. Morse Is visiting her aunt In Hnkorsllold. Miss J2untce Tninlinson of Itlehmond Ih visiting In town. -The members of the Grange are lohoarslug a piny. Freil l'eeor has moved to nutlcr coiners. Schools are to commence April 4. HUNTINGTON. Mr?, llatry Clement, who has hern upending the past month with her sls trr, Mrs. Fuller, went Tuesday to Muni tion, her future home. Orvls Stevens has ben a guest of his hrother, Herbert Stevens, the past few days. Mis. F. 1. Fnlby will cnleilaln the next meeting of King's Daughters. Dorothy Crnndall, iho has been sick the past week, 1.4 much improved. J, X. Kills has sold his dock of Koods nnd resilience to parties In Morristowu. A. J. Crundall and fam ily will move to their residence In Junes vllle soon. FRANKLIN ST. , ALBANS. dliur P. Davis died at Ills home on Lt -"enger stieet eaily Thursday morn ing after an Illness of several month". Ml avls had been clerk of Franklin iunty for the past SS yeais. lie was horn In St Albans March 7, his par ents helm; James and Ksther (Palmer) Dm Is. He attended the St. Albans e.idemy and was graduated from the t nlverslty of Vermont In 1C.2. He be came editor of the Messenger and later wis for years editor and proprietor of the Woodstock Standard and still later "f I lie Vermont Transcript l'revions to his appointment as county clerk In 1ST'.' ' e held the position of assistant clerk to Joeph H. Hrnlncrd. He was always ac tive In politics and a renubllcan and In Is.", was a member of the committee on resolutions, in the State convention, that rbose delegates to the llrst republican national convention. He was also an ae. Mve member of the Odd Fellows and had hold manv of the Important nffii'es of that society. The only relative known to be living Is William DAls of Kansas. The funeial was held at the house of two o'clock Saturday afternoon. At (he annua) meeting of the St. Albans Humane society Tuesday Mutch 22. the fillowing officers weie elected: 1'resldent, the Itev. S. Halstead Watklns; vice presi ''eiits, JudKo A. A. Hall, Mrs. J. A. t irl-evant: special Ice-president, Mrs. n. J Tyler of Knnslu.ig Falls, recording sicieiary. Mrs. Charles A. Oliver; cor- .-'ponding secrelarv, Hon. Fuller c. 1th, treasurer, Major Seymour H. iiiiul; executive committee, Mrs, F. C. Siulh, Mrs. A. A. Hall, Mrs. A. W. I more, Mrs. A. F. Chllds, A. F. Cliilds, 11 Itev. S. Ilalsteail Watklns and 1.. S. Tl lotson; auditors, Mrs. C. A. Oliver, Mrs. D. T. Church and Mrs. F. C. Smith. T .e report of Isaac T. Iloemnn, humane ngont. shows that during the hist year lie ordered killed IS horses and two dogs out of 31 investigations. The treasiu er's report snows receipts of $111.; and 1N husements of $1X7.5?, leaving a cash balance on band of $Iio3.I7. i:. A McDonald die.' siuhlenly Fri day mornlnir, of apople.w, at the homo of his daughter. Mis. A.v liner C. Sluilfeldt. Mr McDonald was iM ju-ui-k old. The funeral was held at the house Saturday aft rnoon at 1:3a o'clock, the Itev, J. C. Stiphe'ison officiating. The body m taken that night to Attleboro, Mass,, for burial. Dr. Fred A. Brcntum of Georgia died Hiddenly Satuidav evening of heart ,'alhiro after reluming from making some calls. Ho was 2" yeais old and was born In this city, the son of Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Ilrcnnan. Ho was graduated from the St. Albans high school in l?n.l afterwaid graduating fiom Meiiill medical college of Montreal, and came to Fairfield, nftcr- ward moving to Georgia whero he had been about ten years. He Is survived by a wife, two brothers, John of Now York, Charles of South Amboy, N, J., and two listers of South Amhov. The funeral was held at Ills late home at two o'clock Tuesday afternoon. Tn the case of Bert A. Jtalny vs. the Grand Trunk Hallway company which had taken up the time In Franklin county court the past five days, the jury brought in a verdict late Saturday afternoon of I, ICo.il damages for the plalntllf. The case was brought for damages for Injuries icrelved at St. Julius when the plaintiff lost one leg while hoarding a train. It Is expected the case will lie appealed. About four o'clock Saturday afternoon, whilo workmen weie digging lo find a. leak In tile gas pipes on Main stieet at the foot of Congress, a spark, caused bv a pick axe nnd a rock coining in conta 't, started a lit o In the excavation which the men were unable to extinguish until the gas was turned off. H was some tlmo if forward before consumers had any gas In that vicinity. Miss Froria Shannon, CI yeuis old, died nt the home of .Mr. and Mrs, K. A. Warner Friday night on tho Fairfax toad. Miss Shnnnon had been ill for mveral yeais but not seriously until about a week ago. . Sim Is survived by Fix sisters and live brothers. The funeral was held at tho homo of Mr. Warner n t two o'clock Monday afternoon, the Hev. Itev. W. I'arkyn Jackson olllclatlng. The tiuilul was In tho South Main street cemetery. George C, Stevens, who for several yearn has been assistant county clerk, has been appointed county clerk to suc ceed the late W. '. Davis. Kdwiird Charron of St. Albans town riled at eight o'clock Monday night after n long Milieus of heart disease. Mr. Char ron was 82 yeais old and had lived In this town for 7'i years, He Is survived by four daughters, Mrs. '.. Menard, Mrs. Jnieph Mascomb of this city, Mrs. I'eler I'arlsn and Mrs, Josenh Mlondln of Wor cester, Mass., anil by four sons, Georpo 7:. ShaiTon of Worcester, Felix J. Slinr inn of lloston, Fred I., and Frank 15, Miairnn of IIiIh city, Tho funeral will bo held at Holy Angels Church tills morning at nine o'clock and burial will bo In tho Holy Cross cemetery. In Franklin county court Tnod.iy, the pin of Mary Shover Johnson vs W. II. Johnson, for divorce, was heaid, and decision was reserved In tho case of j It, Lent charged with adultery, the State completed Its evidence. Miss Kdlth Maty Trudeiut of this city and Arthur II. H. Whitney of Montreal wcte mart led In Burlington Monday, In Franklin county court yesteiday tho case of Statu vs. Kddle Oilman was bc ;un. Oilman Is charged with assaulting nn olllcrr. and brench of peace. The Jury hi ought lu u vei diet of guilty M the case of State vs. J. It. Lent, prosecution was for adultery. 1-ouWe M. Talro, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Tatro, who narrowly escaped being burned to death by her clothing catching from n brush fire on Federal street. Is nil comfortable ns could be expected. Tho child's mother, who wns also badlv burned In extinguish ing Ibe Hume;' about her daughter, Is re covering. J. It, Montgoincj.v of liiooklyn, NT- Y has come to this city to net as V. S. Im inlgmnt liMpeclor, 111 plnce of W. 1). !,(wls, who has been transfeired to Clay ton, N. V. William MoKnntiy was In city court jesterdny before Judgo N. X. I'ost nnd pleadid Biillty to a charge of breach of the pence. He was lined $2 nnd co.,ts which l,r arranged to pay. William I:. I .arrow broke Ills arm Tuodaj by f. ...ng down the stairs nt Waugh's opera house. Ho also sitf foted other slight Injuries, , A son wns born to Mr. and Mrs. II. K. liudlev of Glens Falls, X. Y.. March 2i. Mrs Dudley was formerly Mls Sa.lle White of this city. ENOSBURG. Miss I'lornne I'uley, who Is teaching 111 Finiiuli'i. nnd Miss Alberta Orr of Kan Meiksbiie .ire nt their homes hcie. Mrs. S. 1'. Stevens has as her guests the two dan :lili r of her brother, K. Yates of Si 1 1 .-1 1 1 -Ml-s Blanche Cas- sldy Is III -V the ground Is riot frozen very deep, and tome farme'-s ate plowing. The roads oi e not ns '"uddj as usual and are set tled ill many place?. t'nlS! theie should come a sloim arid colder weather the su gar season v ill In over by April 1. The Itev. Homer i;uui. D. D., of New York will preach at t' Congregational Church Sunday nio'idn-'. Apiil 10 The W. H. M. society will hold their annual thank offcilng mi eting at the Congi egational Chinch Sunday 'Ibis meeting will tako the place of the i.sinl church su'vlcs, -Menltt Eldnd, who has lipi 111 with grip, Is slowly Iitij i oi log. (I. lioyce Ken llcld has gone to Sprlnglleld, Mass., vvhete he epe.-(s employment. -Mrs. Y llllam .1 Kldd- r atul little daughter of Derby, who w.-.x ci'lrd here by tho seri ous illness of lir .iint, Mrs. F. It. Per kins Is passhiR ,i few davs at tho homes of James Kiddn and Harry Kidder and at (1. H. Cut b.'ini.s's. reception comtnlltee, reprcscnllng tho church, nlllod societies nnd Sunday Bfhool classcst presftnted him with 40 carnations. He wita also ptcsented with a birthday euko, Hxerelses welo lield In the audi torium of tho church, presided over by 1). H. Head as chairman, who Introduced as speakers, Prof. 12. F. Greene, the Hev. W. K. Douglass, pnstor of the Mcthodlrt Church, C. t.eland (liecli, principal of the high school, the Itev. W. (). Scolleld, for mer pastor of the Maptlst Church, Wil liam Perry, of Montienl, father of tho piesent pastor, and tho Hev. J. S. Hrown, 'pastor of the St. Albans Maptlst Church, who mnde the evening pass pleasantly. Songs were sung by C. A. l'owcn, Mrs. F. A. Mnniiel, and Miss Grnco llllns, The ihnrch v.v ih Kt the close ri f : i uni nts ,mc nivid In t i i i . 'i parlor. Tho tuirpilsa was nil thn moio complete for Mr. Perry when he greeted his purenls, Mr. and Mrs. William Perry, of Montreal, who had come on the even ing train for tho event. About April 2:t, 19D0, one Victor Slone engaged a team from the livery stnblo of O. W. Ford to go to Montgnni'' "'' rtturn. Not re turning t. i team alter two or thro days, a search waa Instituted and the team found deserted at North Hatley, CJuc., with the appearance of having been hard ililven. Stone had disappeared. A warrant for his arrest was placed In the hands of Deputy Sheriff P. H. Phatietif, and on March 22 he at rested Stone In Montgomery near Hazen's Notch. Ston.i was taken to Franklin county Jail at St. Albans, and will probably be tried for grand larceny at the presont term of county court. Carter A. Xutting of Sutton, Que., nnd Miss Pearl Corlls of this place were married at tho home of the bride Wed nesday March 2.', at four o'clock by tho Itev. Mrs. M. Mclvlnsli v. They were at tended by Mr. nnd Mrs. W. M. Ingnlls. Only the Immediate friends of the con- inter 1ij.m been so mild that I trading parties were present, among :hose from out of town being Miss Myrtle Olln. of Thttford. Mr. and Mrs. Nutting took the evening train lor a wedding trip to Monti eal. after which they will reside In Sutton, Que. Canadian I'acltlo railway engineers have made surveys here In the past week with a view to putting In either a turn-tablo or a "Y" on which to turn engines. If a table N decided on It will probably bo located n nth of the scale track, and this notion of the railway olllclals gives citlrens Ideas of Hichfnril becoming a terminal for the Canadian Pacllic and Huston & Maine railways -There N a re port current that the factory of the O. D. Hinds Co. at this place, which has been Idle for several years. Is to be reopened soon. Mr. Hinds was tn town I inlay. The factory of the Hlchfoid Furniture Co. will be started with Its own power next week, a new boiler having arilved to replace the old one, which had been condemned. An examination of teachers will be held by Pupt. K. F. Greene In the high school building in this village Thurs day and Frl lav, March "1 and April 1. Mr. and Mrs. Howaid Shields of Montreal ere visiting his sl.-ter. Mrs. J. V.. Van Antwetp. Miss P.l.mclie Poule of Mnnson vllle, Que., Is visiting her lster, Mrs. 12. j N. Heirden.-Mr. n-d Mrs. Gerald Stewart jof Montreal aro visiting Mrs. Stewart's ! parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. o. W Ford. -The j annual meeting of the Pythian lodges In district Xo. 1 was held with the Hich- ford lodge Wednesday afternoon nnd evening. A. X. Clnpp of this place Is istrlct deputy. 1j. G. Greene of Knowlton, Que., has leased of Mrs. Persia J. Harvey the Island trotting park, and plans a scr ies of races for July -1. He has also leased I the Whitman driving park at Knowlton .and will have races there Dominion day, '.Inly 1. Mlsi Laura Singer of Montreal Is EAST BERKSHIRE. Mrs. Flora Mouse has returned from St. Jolmsbury.- Melbourne Pond Is home for the lCantet vacation The Woman's Aux iliary will swvr an l-2aster supper In I Combs's lull T'.n, inlay. Miss Kathleen j Hernat'il has returmd home from St. Al- nans, wneie slit in.-, been the past week. Choate Klehanlsun has letiirncd from Xew York.-H. I". Cn.bs was in St. Al bans Fildav.-Mrs. W. S. ltublee and master William Uiibhe visited In Mont gomery last week. -Mrs clarence Dom inia was In F.noshtirg Falls over Sunday. MONTGOMERY CENTER. Alfa Dlx of Vermont Academy. Vila I.ailant of the Johnson Xonnal and Hum Clapp of Itaiiiloljih Normal wire homo over Haster.--I.evv Is Lumhra and family nave moved to Nashua. X. Il.-I.eon Duso I the guest of Miss Grace X. Goff nas moven to Knoshurg Palls, where ho has woik in the ciindened milk factory. Miss Mabel I.ailant Is homo for Kaster vacation irom isrlghrim Academy. G. F. I.add ol Mlchford was In town Tuesday. Mrs. C. A. Gaid.vne has been .spending a week at Mansonvillo Station, Que., and North Troy. .James Calder nas closed his engage ment with Clark Mros. and will soon enter the plumbing, steam fitting and tinsmith business for himself. He has leased the store recently vacated by Clark Hi os. near the Catholic Church. Myron X". Clark, State secietary of tho in tho Civil yeais of age Jack Harkir died Sund.iv night of general breaking down. II.- servud War. Ho was over HO He hat no relations MI.-s Hattle M, Hrown of Noith WIllls ton has been tho i."i-st of M.. Ada Hnseom for several days. n-.,. ,)Cw cieainery will open for budnis Moti dny. April 4. Mr. and .Mi-. l.-.,-.ac Story of Johnson- are tho g,n -ts of uer sister. .Mrs. .Mary Fi ar.-her. p. oil II. Shepardson of Itlehmond was ,!,( guest of his brother, 12. D. Sl,-i'in-son, Tuesday. George Minor opened his store to the public Mmid.iv p ij. Ityan has bought, what is known s the I'rlnldle farm. Mr. and Mis. n. C. Hoyden were railed to Kse .1 met 'on March 2.1 by tho death of his hn.tho... Charles Hoyden of tli.it place M'-s. Kutle J.ailln has closed her .i,t.o in the village and Is spending the school vacation with her .ion, J. F I.e.lliu. Tho high school at the Mellows Prop Academy will open April ... the grades April' 11. District Xo. 0. taught bv Gladys Jieardoloy, and dlstrht No, v;, taught by Xlna Wr.'en. will "om-m.-uce April II. SW ANTON CENTER 0. C. Fartmvvorth. The Misses Gladys and Helen Dlmon of lllghgnte Gore are with their grandmother, Mrs, Helen Han dall. Mrs. Kiln 1'urdy of Cambridge Im a guest of Mrs. Laura Hohle.-J, H. Whit ney of Norwich University has been spending a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Whitney. The new seats for tho school house have arrived and nia being placed. MONTGOMERY. District Superintendent Hunt preached at the Methodist 12phcopal Church Sun day evening. There was a business meet ing of the I.adles' Aid society Monday evening at ills. Maiisllcld's. Fny Hrooks has returned from Maine, where ho has been -working, Clifton tambert, who has been upending a few days here, returned to Hofton Jinnaiiy accompanied by Charlefl Dow. Sherman Hennett has rented F. S. Pratt's house recently vacated by Hardy Maker. Mrs, James Smith, Jr., spent a few days In Mttrllng lon last week. ENOSBURG PALLS. Mr?. J. H. Cros died nt her home on Ht. Albans street Thursday evening after a lingering llltipss with Hrlnht's disease, aged 79 years. Mrs. Cross is survived by two brothers, S. 13. Unit of this place and W. W. Hall of Concord, N. H., three daughters, Mrs. F,. W. Klhvooil of Fair field, Mrs. Mot gan of Jllghg.ita and Mrs, Mellows of Missoula, Mont., three sons, Orvls and William of this town and Thoinns of Mcrkslilre, The funeral was held Saturday, the Itev. W. T, Fotsvth officiating. The burlnl wns In Main street ccmetprs-. At the fourth quarterly conference of the Melliodlst Church held Friday even ing at tho close of the preaching service the following nftlcei"? weie elected: Stewards, J. Tovvle, M. 1'. Perlc5 M. A. Croft, W. H. Yaw, W. H. Hlllndo, F. M. Carpenter, F. W. Draper, C. L. Ovltt, C. H. Abell, H. W. Towle, 12. J. Parmplee. W. H. Ixidd, J. C. Towle: recording steward, C. Jj. Ovltt: district ntevvnrd, J. C. Towle; trustees, M. P. I'erley. C II. Abell, A. A. Aseltlue, Dr. F. II. Hrown, J. W. Potneroy, A. J. Croft. II. A. Full- banks, 1j. 1j. Marsh. A unanimous call was given the Itev. William Shaw tn remain here for the third year and thn district superintendent was asked to use every legitimate means to continue the piesent relationship. As soon as the re pairs being made at Owl's Head creamery are completed milk will be re ceived thehe and churning started under the supervision f W. Alien, who was formerly in charge. Selectman II. W. Towlo accompanied Miss Altn Chapman to St. Albans Friday, wluro probate court ordered her committed to the State hospital in Waterbtiry fo.- treatment. Janus Farley of Kansas City, K.ins., is a guest of his niece. Mrs. K. H. Fnrrell. Felix Mltlguy, substitute cairier, began Saturday on tho rout" of It, W. Clark, who was recently operated on at St. Albans hefcpltal for strangulated hernia. Favorable uports are received here of the condition of Mr. lark. Mrs. Peter I.alley, Sr., died at the home of her dnuahtor, Mrs. Napoleon Richards, ot twelve o'clock Sunday after about a week's Illness with the grip, aged SO yeais. The funeral was held Tuesday at nine o'clock fiom St. John the Haptist Church, the Hev. M. S. O'Donnell olllclatlng, Mrs. Ualley, besides the daughter mentioned, Is1 survived by eight children, Mrs. Mary Walker of St. Albans, Miss Sophia Latley of Springfield, Mass., Joseph of Orwell, George of Harre, Frank of Bakersneld, Peter, C. D., and F. A., of this town. Fred Hashaw of Harre, Mass., who la visiting his brother, X. J. Hashaw of East Knosburg, has been passing a few days here. A. J. Caldwell, who has been 111 Portland, Me., for a few months, Is with his family here for a short stay. Miss ,Rertha Martin dale of North Sheldon Is caring for Mrs. Klvlra Perkins. George A. Mltlguy re turned to Hurllngton Monday, Mrs. F. M. Carpenter Is In X'ew Haven, I.eon "ng people went Tuesday evening to A. J. Orr's and Miss Hlldieth Orr entertained them at a sugar party of Mrs. 12. Judd Irish and young son has totiirncd "rum a short visit at her parents 111 Hrlslol. Miss Tressa Con- tiers of Hwanton Is a guest In tho homo of 12. H. Fnrrell. Miss Grace I'erley of Hunt Merkshlre has been visiting In the family of F. M. Carpen ter for a few days. Miss Mary J'4or sythc entertained soveral of her you lady friends Tuesday evening, It belc her 21st birthday. She was presented with a chafing dish. Mrs. I. It. Ken dall and daughter, Miss .Marlon, of Potsdam, X, Y., are with Mrs. Ken dall's parents, Mr. ami Mrs. J. II. Mears. BEAVER. Mis. Ella f ui-tl-t of J.ovvell Is n guest for a few days at the home of Mrs. G. W. Craft. liny Woodworth of Huston, Mass., was a guct at the home of I,. II Caswell over Sunday. -Mr. and Mrs, I, A. Miller ot Vcigcnnes visited at tin home of Willis X. King the first of till week. Miss Mabel Wright Is a guest nt the home of H. P. I.f.u h., gross receipts, l,RSTi.6; net receipts, JI,70S.f.O; average price per hundred for 4 per cent, milk, 91.40. LAMOILLE WEST BERKSHIRE. M''s. It. M. Squires who has been pars ing the winter with her brother In Fltch biir,' Mas--., returned to her home here last week.-Mr. and Mrs. John Jolley, who have been III with the grip, are convalescing C. I,, dipt on of Mnlone, X. Y., Is passlnlg the week with his parents, Mr. and Mrn. T. It. C'npron. SW ANTON. M. A. Ilt.tigerford, who has been man aging the Grand Avenue Hotel under a lease for the past year, has purchased the property of William Smith of Ht. Ar tnatul! consideration, $12,0i. This Is a I'oinparatlvely new house, was built by George liest and later sold to Mr. Smith. Dr. 12. It. Lake has been appointed health ollh er for Svvantnn.. Dr. Dnke succeeds Dr. X'orrls who has gone West to i es-Idw. The government boat, the Cygnet, used here In the fishery business, made' her llrst tilp of the season to the fishing grounds Tuesday Pike have commenced running up the river In small jagn. number -ilul (he blir run Is collected "''de soon. - Pel win d Shiner, an old soldier, Is critically III with blood poisoning, the re sult of (topping on a rifty nail EAST F AIRFIELD n., Mlns Merle Qulmby of Concord, X who has been the guest of .Mux and Don i Murleson for the past few days, return- 1 ed home Fat unlay. The young friends of 1 Albeit Morey gave him a sur;nle parly i at the home of his pnrents, Mr and Mrs. I W. H. Morey, Satutday evening, the oc- i cnslon being his lilth blrthd iv. Thn 1 guests were entertained with ui.-:, Ma I Murleson winning head piizi A watch i foli was left ns a reminder of the .vent. Miss Mabel Gates is at home from Hur llngton fin the Paster vmntlin of two I weeks. .Miss Gates ha-, !cn ti-uchlng In the Adams school the past -'ear. --Head Soule, who has been In STOWE. Miss ICdlth Hohltison of Caftleton Nor mal school Is at N. II. Johnson's for the F.a.stcr vacation. -Miss Addle Mlgclovv of Franklin Falls, N. II., Is pushing the Paster vacation at the homo of her parents, Mr, and Mrs. 12. Mlgelow. The high school basket hall team played In llitrdwlck Friday evening end was beaten.-Miss Georgia Hlley, bookkeeper In ;c. F. r.ildy's office,. Is passing I2nster nt her home In Mostnn. Mrs. c. A, Tom- 1 ilnMiii Is 111 with tho grip. I William Xotemlre elled at Ills home In Sterling suddenly Monday morning nt heart failure-. The funeral was held nt the house Wednesday. Mr. Xotomlie was past 7'0 years ot ago and leaves n wife and several child ren. Verm J.aFoitntaln, who recently went to Morrlsvlllo to work for D. Jt. nnd It. W. Smith of the stage rout", was ltlcked by a horse he was clip ping In the stable Monday morning and one leg wns severely Injured, the knee being broken. Mr. nnd Mr?. (. 11. I. nee returned from Miirllngtnn Mondaj-, nccompnn'eei )v Mrs. P. II. McSweeney nnd two children and Mrs. M. D. McMnhon and three ehil dien. Mr. and Mr" Henry G. Thomas have received news of the death of their son-in-law, W. P. Coop"! In Salt Pake City. Mr. Thomas Is conilned lo his home by Illness. Mr. Cooper was a prominent mnii In Salt Lake City, where he was piigareel In the publish ing business Hp had been a director for many years In the It. h. Polk Co. or Detroit. Mich. He was about -If. vc.-trs of age and was a native of Bal timore, Mil. Ho married Miss Mary Thomas In Minneapolis and went from there to Salt T.ake City fourteen years Ills mother and one sister re in Maltlmore. a sister In Newark, N. A"., and two brothers In California, j Meld"S his wife he leaves n daughter and a sem. Mr Cooper had been 111 I for spvernl months with Hrlght's dls l ".Tn.-Mrs. F. J. Hillings Is In Harre. -Mr. and Mrs Lucius K. Satlls have i . . . . returned rrmn a carriage elrivo to Marie and .Mnntpelle-r. Mr. and .Mrs. L. S. J'et"ison returned Monday from Wntetbury ami Montpeller. W. Ij Hennett Is moving his goods to I'n derhlll Center. TIip Ijimollle probate lourt has appointed Fred ' Srribner executor of the will of Mr. Francis A Scribner arid Orlo 12. Life and George S M Mlls'er appraisers and commlssloner-Mrs. JTarrlet Adams Is 111 nt the home of her son, F.rwln J. Adai.is. Members of Lemollle Com niandery. Knight? Templar, who at- ... ,,,, I tended the 12ater service at the Pnl- V T l"- A Lmi'm i-mt-1.- will n-lvn n Kte.r eepUcon' entertainment In nssoclaUem hall jTHompHon of Merkshlre left Monday for Fiiay evening at 7:30 o'clock, portraying Miss Mary Dolan vlslte-d h. i mother over F.ustei In Mei kshh -Ml -s Nellie catlln Is visiting lelatlve- m Hurllngton and Shelbiirne Inn bor. Miss Cor.t. Haz- anl and Mrs. Fay Ij. llazaid of Ho.non aie visiting tho funnrrV nan nts-, jir, and Mrs. It. E. Hazard A daughter vviw in rn recently to Mr. and Mr Pi oil N. Hazard of Boston, formerly of this nlnee-. Fny Berry of MlltnuvPoro has Deep a guest at F. M. Hubbard'f for sove-ral nays. Miss Morrill and niece, Mary Iiii'haidsein of St. Albans, visited at F, M. Hubbard's Tueseiay.-Ma.sier Hav- mond Hubbaid went to Milton Hoto Wed nesday to visit his sister, Mrs 12arl Ayer. -Alls. Wnrreu Donaldson of Grand Isle and Mis. W. 12. Decker of West Svvantcn, weie lecent visitors nt A. IC. Honslngei'H. - Miss Mnry Jennlson of Calumet, Mlcl: Mi-ilcd her I'ousln, J. T. Cartln. lerenlly. Mrs. J. T. Catlln has returned home fiom North Sheldon, wimp she wes called by the seoious Illness of Mis. T, !-. Catlln. Mrs. Martin of Skeehi Corner, was given a surprise at her home with lor daughter, Mrs Mymn Donaldson, hist 1'ilday, when feveral of her lady friends met for an old-fnshloned day's visit. The women can led refreshment!) and a bountiful meat dinner was served. Marvin Mooth nnd Archlo Morse, who left T. J. Catlln'K Maiedi S, in rived nt their future tiomei In Siskntchewnn March I.'.. The young men we-o formerly of Worcester, Mass.. and were frequent visitors here. They purchased largo tiacts of land when in Saskatchewan Inst summer, and expect to pioneer for a few years, They wrote tho snow had gone ut their nrrlval and that they had each purchased a lenni of four horses and were leady lo het'ln hi caking. RICHFORU. About 1WI of the piiiishoners and friends of tho Hov. Silas P. Perry, paator ot the Baptist Church, gathered In tho church Thuisday evening In honor of thn 10th birthday anniversary of Mr. Perry. The nlfnlr was a completu surprise lo Mr. Perry, who had been kept away .ill of thn afi iiiomi and evening, nnd when sent for vvn 'Ittiid iig a Mas nilr inn ting The "Heal Life Scenes In Our Boys' Camps." Mis. L. D. Woodwind and son, I,loy,l, aie vUlting in Knosburg. Miss Laura Singer, who hns been the guest of MIsh Grace Goff, has returned to Monti eal. Ml. and Mrs. William Perry have re turned to Montreal after visiting their son, the Hey. S. P. Perry. Mr?. A. 12. Masse- has relumed to her home In Grand Llgne nfter visiting her parents, the Hev. and Mrs. W. G. Scoflelel.- Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Taylor visited In Montreal Sunday. Harold Clark Is passing a two weeks' vacation with relatives In St. Al bans and Georgia. Mr. and Mrs. Cai ter A, Nutting were given a reception at the Inline of Mrs. Nutting's mother, Mrs. Nettle Corliss of this place, after their I etui n from a wedding trip to Montreal. Mr. nnd .Mrs. Nutting, who wero mar ried March U), will leslde in Simon, Que. Heinan A. Miller Is nt homo from Mel lows Fulls, wheie he has been employ eel for the past few months. The regular meeting of Frontier Post, No. 7i Cl. A. It., will bu held Monday evening at 7:30 o clock, The annual cleaning of the streets was begun Mon day of this week, nnd tho work Is well advanced. This Is very unusual for Mnrch, The streets aro diy and In nun shape. Tho Misses fitt.a and Nellie Clap per are vlslting the past year and who lu.s been very with rheumatism, Is at home. Lynn Soule broke one arm Friday. BERKSHIRE. Leon Thompson has gone to Staat.sburg, N. Y., wheie he has emplo.v nienl. Miss Ad-illiie Stnnhope Is visiting In Knosburg Falls. While going to his sugar huu.sa early one morning a fanner heaid a cry or what Is thought lo have been a lynx In a swamp near here. Florence Chaffee, who Is attending high school at Itlchford, and Hetha Foity at Knosburg Falls are spending the spring vacation nt their homes. LoMoy Dufeny who has bepu 111 with the grip, Is greatly Improved. W. B. Jolley Is 111. Miss Anna Merry has been visiting at the home of W. C. Smith. tn Barton. FLETCHER. Herbert A. Boomhovver died March 21. Mr. Boomhovver had been lu poor health for n long time. Ho suffeted a shock Tuesday fiom tho effects of which he never rallied. Ho was a veteian of the Civil War and a resident of this town for nearly half a century. Mr. Boom hovver H survived by a wife and one son, Judson, who "lives in Boston. The fu neral was hold at tho house Sunday at one o'clock, Tho Hev. O, II. Lock ofiv.-i-atcd. . S. Shepardson has been ap pointed administrator and C. M. Parsons and K. A. Hunt commissioners of tho es tate of tho late Almond It. Paine. Har ney Kelley and John Alfred of St. Al bans were III town Sunday to attend the funeral of II. A. Boomhower. F. A. Keyzer has received an appointment as census enumerator. Ira Green was a business visitor lu St Albans Tuesday. BAKERSFIELD. Mist. J.anra Brady of IIde Pnik and Frank Brady of Cambridge spent Kastur Sunday at home, Miss Hose Itooney ot Hyde Park visited .Mrs. .Mary McXaney over Sunday, Arthur Field o' Mechan ics Palls, Me-, is spending thf Kaster va I'atlon at home. 'Mrs. Albeit Ayers nnd daughter, Miss Ernia Croft have i turn eel homo after spending the winter with Mrs. J. A. Demurs of Knosburg Fnlls. Miss Frances Idoux of Itlchford I spending the Kaster vacation at home. MUs Kilnlco Marrows of Tloy, N, Y U tho guest of Miss Madge MeKlroy. FRANKLIN. Mrs Fred W Day has returned from Plttsiield. Mrs II. L. Titeinoio Is at her mllllnuy m-hc lu Svi anton Thursday, Fri day .mil Sii unlay of each week. Mr-', l--S. Ile.vui ldh, Maises Florence HopKlnB and Anna Pi will have ri turned from l'-""lt"u -Tlie Lev. Geoigo C Wesrot Is passim? lew davs at North Hero, Mr. and Mrs, ( I. Haw-on aie In Slieldon.-Mrs. I'. lli.pk i "- was In Haketstleld Wednesua. eallc i tin in by the Ulrica of her brotner, Staatsburg, X. V., where he has employ inent. lioyce Kenlleld has gone to Sprlnglleld, Mass., where he expects to llnd employment. Mro. Abby McAllister, who has been 111 nearly two months, was taken Saturday to Montpeller, where she will enter Heaton hospital for treatment. Misses Jennie and N'otey Patteson of Montpeller are at the home of the Hev. W. T. Forsythe. Hallock Mrothers of Starksboro opened a market In the J. G. Jenne. block on South Main street Mon day. --Miss Glenua Casavant has resigned her position at the condensary. Miss Kva Gilbar, who Injured her light hand live vveks ago, has resumed her place there. Miss Fanny Smith and her niece. Miss Doiothy Ovltt of West Knosburg, left Monday for Boston, The food sale and supper In Perley hall Mrnday afternoon and evening by the Standard Bearers netted for tho tieasury of the society. This will pro vide for a scholarship, which this society supports in a school lu India. A. M. Aseltlne has loaded his household goods in n car for Burlington, where he will occupy tho house on Elmwond avenue purchased of M. D. Cross. -Thayer Jenno of Berkshire Is visiting his sister, Miss Charlotto Jenne, at the homo of his aunt, Mr.-. L. L. Marbh. Phillip Andreus of Middlebury college Is at home for a few days. P.urncs Garvin of Itlchford Is visit ing his aunt. Mrs. J. II. Murncs. Mrs. S. K. Stevens and daughter of Morrlsvlllo are visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. F. A. diced. Mis. Minnie Hurl nturned Monday fiom a seven weeks' visit to her sister's Mrs. J. F. Goodnll In Hurllngton and Mrs. M. O. Hicks In Fairfax, Tlie news Is re- I eel veil here thnt C A. Hull of West Berkshire linn received the appointment of census entuneiatnr for tills town. There wns a small attendance upon tho village district school mcctlne Tuesday evening, which was harmon ious throughout. V. A. Irish was elected moderator; A. II. Manley, clerk; F, A. I.alley, prudential commit tee fni- ihreei years: A. J. Croft, col lector; W. W. Hutchinson, treasurer; 12. J. Pnrmelee, C. G, Abell, J. O. Kim ball, auditors. The vote of March 27. lOOfi, giving salary of $&0 to the chairman of the prudential commit tee was reclnded. Tho tax voted was in:, rents on the dollar of the grand list. The following members of the senior class will leave here to-day on the excursion to Washington, D, C: Mlsres Huth Draper, Florence Aseltlne, Chnrlntte Jenne, nessie- iien, mm guorlto Stetson, Mildred Croft, Mnry I'ortor, nnd Frank Colrord, Principal and Mrs. Terklns nnd tho following friends will also accompany them: Mrs F, S. Hutchinson, Misses Georgia Scott, Huth Wright, Ardell Fanton, i.ols Stanley, Kiln Houghton, Limy Towle. Hazel Kimball, Dorothy Far rnr, Howard Kimball, F. It. J.'ullllig ton', A, P. Croft, J2dvvln Stanley, and A. W. Woodworth. They aro expected to' raturn April 8. The following offi cers ft tn" band were elected nt a business meotlnn Tuesday evening: president, j, O. Klmbnll; vice-president, W. K. narrow; secretary-treas-uier, ('. W. I.anctot; finance cominlt teo, II. J. Henolt, A. narrow, C. W. Wmctot; lender, W. 12. narrow; busi ness manager, Howard F Klmbnll. C. V.. Hires of Philadelphia has bee.' In town for a few days O, M. Jeffords of Phllllps-Kxeter Academy Is In town for short vacation. A number of GEORGIA. Henley Newton lft for connecili ut Saturday, where he will spe-nd a few days, --A shovvc" of post-cards was given .Mrs. M. W. Waller March 22, It being her (itth birthday Mis. Mabelle Lomls Is iiuhi III. .Miss Ixive Dunster of Lakeside is spending a few days with Winnie New ton. Mis. Ileibert Alexander Is in tlie Sherwood sanatorium where she under went a serious operation. --Haymond Mllss or the F, V. M. Is spending a few Hays at his home here. I i GRAND ISLE GRAND ISLE. The rii...i'is of M. G. Brown of St, Paul, Minn were laid in t'.ic family lot In the Grand Isle cemetery March .!Uh. Ills death occurred at Key West Fla. vv hi me he had ;i no Imping to legaln his falhng health. Mr. Brown was a son of Abel and Liny Goodnoiigh hrown, lie passer hl.s i-arlv childhood r.id inunhootl in Grand Isle, r ending 'ome years In Pluttsburgb. Ills later llfu been passed In St. Paul .Minn. H" leaves a wife, two children and one brother. Dr. G. II. Mranch wn. called to Pot.-dam, N. Y. My the death of bis aunt Mrs. of Harre Is at her brother's H. W. Ladd's being called there' by the se ilous illui's.-. of her aged mother. Mis. Asnhi'l Chamberlain Is again qulto ill. Miss Bessie Allen Is home again. A.Jiliy Hong is home fiom Burlington lor u ,'hort time. Mis? Alice P.ukcr Is at home from tho Hurllngton High School, ISLE LA MOTTE. Mr. and Mis, X'. W, Fisk hnve gone to Xew Yoik for a few weeks. Mrs. W. V. Council ts still very 111. Mrs. G. Stanhopo Is very 111. M. S. Thomas Is lep.tlrlng his barn. Tho Ladles Aid roclety hnve recently had hard wood lluois laid In tho parsonage. At tho lee creulii nnd ''nndy sale nt the Meth odist church the proceeds were about $13. jl versa use i in, r n in ..torrid uie were Pr. If. W. Harrows. II. J.. Shnw nun P. 12. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sherbut eif Johnson visited Mr. and Mr.'. Willis M. Douglass and other relatives heie over Sunday. P. A. Haymond ha? begun work as assist ant In C. F. Eddy's creamery here. He has resigned ns census enumerator. j George W. Adams tapped Ills sugar I place February 2S and gathered the j buckets on March 2S, making about 1 rrOO pounds from .".00 treo. which he considered a good crop. Mr. Adams tapped and gathered buckets on the same dates In 1903 when the season was quite similar to that ot this year. The road are fast drying up nnd 'early gardeners have planted sweet mil garden peas Floyd and Lille. children of Mr. and Mrs 1-2. C. Sleeper, who have been HI. all Improving. veia LaFoiintaln. who wns seveiely injured by a kick from a horse in Mnirisvllle Monday. Is doing as well as could be expected. He Is being caied fr by Mrs. C. C. Kubleo at It. W. Smith's. S. W. Harrows and grandson, Douglass Barrows, are vis iting In t. Albans. Miss Huby Stock well of Clnremont, X. H.. is visiting In Stowe. Mrs. X. H. Kaiser and Mrs. C. A. Simmons have oeen caiieu i Craftsbury by the serious Illness of their sister, Mrs. Butler Miller. The program for the next meeting of Mnns Iledd Mountain Grange Includes n dis cussion on which Is more monotonous, .1,., c,..m..r' u-iirl; out of doois or that r.f his wife in the house; icports the sugar season, and pa pel Implements required on a nnd those required in i,...is kitchen. O. F. Grry has pre -on ted to the Akeley Memorlnl in,- a history ot the lluhbell lust settlers ot Wolcott 1S2I, Tho funeral of William Xoter.iho was held at his home Wednesday afternoon, inducted bv the Hey. J. '.. Angell -V. J. n.-.i.im is moving to Samuel Kaiser'H boose. Mrs. Isabel LaFoiintaln has re turned from a visit to :,ioi nsiown aim v.-,i..rviilc Mrs. D. C. Jarvls ot Barro b visiting her mother, Mrs. Sylvia Poor. -Mrs. Mary Jenney nnd M'.ss Nellie i;n,-,rt left Wednesday on a business t,i to Moston.-MI-s Man- Butts is work ing In Miles and Mc.M.ihon's otllcs.-Mrs Mnry Chase and sou. Hicham, nr.) v isu- Inc in Waterliury.-A. A. Pike and daugh- ,.,- Mnvioo. were in Xortlilleld Wednes day Mrs. B. P. Gates was in Montpeller 'l.,anr.s.ln v -Steward Nutting Is 111 with rheumatism -Harold Cheney of Syracuse v v u vlslilnsr In Stowe. ! rogs were heard III force Wednesday evening. Mr and Mrs. Jesse It. Pike of Wnterburv aro visiting in Stowe-, The machine shop at tho Mt. Mansfield electric railway sta ton Is being vacute-d for tho new genera tor. The walling room will be used as machine shop and tho oftlco above for wnltlnn room, There will bo a com munlun service at tho Methodist Church Sunday morning with n prayer service before the usual morning service. Hlrhford Is visiting nor patents, Mr. nnd Mrs. L, L. Ctunp.-Mlss Myrtle Whltlnif of Cambridge Is a guest of Mr. and Mrs 12. H. Hinds. Miss Canle Powers left Tuesday for Hurllngton, Troy, N. V , ntid other polnts.-Mr and Mrs. John Libhy of Ht. Albans weie guests Tuesday of Mis. Howard McNull.--.Mr. and Mis. 12. G, Harrows are In Htowc. Mrs. Albert Spanieling of Montpeller Is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Nllcs.--Mr.i. L. A. Wndlelgh Is In Orleans, The tniinriy was shut down Monday, giving the Polish help mom time to ob serve Kaste r. Martin Chaffee bus return ed fiom Plltsforel, where ho has passed the wind r, .MDs Fannie Towle of John son Is visiting her patents, Mr, and Mrs. Joseph Towle. Tlie Misses Margurlte nnd Huth Puller of Itlchford nio visiting their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Camp. -Miss Maud Cliafl'ec, teacher In the Bel lows l ice Academy, Is passing the Host ei vacation nt home Clarence Smith ll In Burlington. G. W. P.town of Sterling Neb., wns a. guest Saturday nnd Sundaj of Mr. and Mrs, W. K. Worthen. Harr. Merrltt went to Waterbuiy Monday ti take chat go of n moving plcttlte show. Mrs. It. H. Connor of Lisbon, X. H., ll with her father, T. W. Utton. C ll Currier of Mlddlrllold, Conn., who hoi visited his brother, George W. Currier for 10 days, ictiirneel homo Motidny. Hoy Mai omber went to St. Johnsburj' Monday to work In tho store of Brovvr. Bins .miss Nellie Allan went. Monday pi Haidwick. where she has a posltl jn. Tho Hon. F. G. Fleetwood addtessed a men's meeting at Irasburg Monday evetviig and Tuesday spoke upon "Good Citizen ship" at a men's meeting at Orle-tr.s. Hoy Smith while clipping n hi rs- for limerj Tift Monday ir-oining nt tin Stovvo stage barn tenoned a seyeie kick from tho iiiilm.-.i. Kugene Lnfounlaln then took the clipper and was also klck ed. breaking his leg. Mrs. G. L. Klrke-r of Prnrtoi svllle, who has passed two weeks with her brother, W. J. Slnnolt, retained Ivmo Tuesday night. Miss Pauline Kent of Burlington, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. A. W. Fugo, returned yesterday.-Mrs. W. K. Knight went to Hakerslleld yesterday to visit her parents, Mr, nnd Mrs. J A Mams. Mr. and .Mrs. C. 11. Bin ker, M. J. Gallup and Henry Gallup were In dim brldgo yesteiday to attend the funeral of Warren Mucker. Mr. and Mrs. George Wlltsheie, eif Klmore left here Yesterday for Deei field, Mass., where they will make their home. Mrs. Frank Butler of Cambridge wns a guest yesterday of Mrs. Kllzabeth Thomas. HYDE PARK. KIbrldge Holbrook, who has been ill a long time, died last Saturday ivetltie He was 2 jears old and a son of Cl.e ter Holbrook of this town, where be has j lived all of his life. Besides his wife he . is survived by a father nnd three s "-ters. I Tho funeral tonk place fiom is in home' Tuesdrv . fte :.orn and w - n.. I der the direction of the local lodge of I Odd Fellows. Mrs. Mary Kiizabetb Whit I Hi I, the wife, eif Hey. O. M Boutw.'ll, died .Sunday fiom the effects of a shoi k. Sho was 70 years old and Is survived by her husband and one sister. Mrs David ShMrwin. She was n grand-daughter of Robert Campbell, Sr., one of the old time icsldent.s of CentorvlUo .In this town. She mairied Mr. Moutwell 37 years ago. Tlie fu'.eiv! :ook plnco from the home Wednesday afternoon and was conducted hv the- dlstiht super Indent, Hunt, nt the St. Albans district. Mrs. K. G. Page is visiting in Hardwlck. The L. C. A. team defeated Dnnvillo at basket ball here Friday evening by a score of 2 to 20. F. X Keeler of Gre-en- lield, Mass.. spent Sunday here. Kxten slve repairs are being made upon Hurt Phoenix. W'.lliam Harri- 'vis re turned from Mos'on. Mrs. J lane i Grlswold Is In Morrlsvlllc. Ft .ink Stew art succeeds Arthur Stewart as clerk In the Page office1. ot , naming 1 ICi-ae-re a farm- btilld- famlly, printed In SOUTH HERO, The Ice has disappeared from Iveeler's liny. Thu first automobile of tho season made Its nppenrance lu town Sunday night, leaving the garage In Burlington nt 2 p. in. and arriving at the Island House at 11 p. m. Its occupants hnd a te-dlous ttlp, the innrhlne having been extricated from tho mud a few times by leal horse power. Mr. nnd Mrs. H. H. Crawford leave on Friday for their new home nt Oak Bluffs, Martha's Vineyard, Mnss. Susan B. Irish Is to reside with her daughter, Mrs, 11. D. Wudsworth. Mr. and Mrs. W. I Btone have returned after sqicndlng the winter In Hurllngton. -Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Heed, formerly of Philadelphia, nre making extensive Improvement! it their new home, "Mroadncres," on the east shore. Mrs. Klbbe has relumed to her home, "lo cust Grove Farm." having spent the win ter In Hurllngton -The Mulunl Benefit society met for dinner at the home of Mis. 11. D. Allen Wednesday. Mrs. W. W. Styhs has none to Wnshlngton on the I'xcursdnn. The lollovvliis is the statement of South Heio Creamery as hoiiatloii foi the month of February; Whole number of pounds ot milk re ceived, 1(,43'J "ream, 3,Wtt; butter, 5,M)i: MORRISVILLE. Mrs. S. K. Stevens and daughter, Mildred, aro in Hlchford. Miss Blanch Smith Ih assisting In tho Boyuton cafe In the absence of Miss Jennio Alter. Miss Lottie ingalls of Greensboro came Satin duy to visit Miss Teressj Tovvne, 12. H Olmstead has been appointed as eenaus enumerator for Morristowu. Arthur Stewart left Saturday for IToetor, whero ho has a position with the Vermont Mnrblu company. Mr. Stewart was given a surprise party Wednesday evening. Noyes Sluyton arrived here from Amherst Friday eve'llliig to pass the Kaster voca lion, Miss Lyda Liberty returned from St. Jolmsbury Friday evening, Mrs, Lottlo Tlbbetts of Johnson, who was visit lug her daughter, Mrs, Klvvln Brown, waa called hoinn Saturday morning. Mrs, Nathan Tefft died Into Monday night of heart trouble nt tho homo of her daughter, Mrs, Fred A. Gilbert. Mrs, Tefft was SI years of ago and has passed a number of years In Morristowu, having e-oiiio heie from Haraloga, N. Y. She Is survived by a son, Seymour Telft of Bol iinglinm, Wash., and a daughler, Mrs. Fred A. Gilbert of tills town. The fu n'Tiil will bo held nt two o'clock this afternoon. Mrs, Henry Puffer of JEFFERSONVILLE Mi.-s 'ora Page has gone to LVsex Junctinti. where she will be the guest of her sister. Mrs. David Marvin - Mis. John Martin, who has reen teriously Ick, Is improving -Mattle Flandreau, who hns been b k with grip, was able to leturn to her school In :iorrivuie -Monday. Mrs. Moieton Hawley has gone to visit her mother In New Hampshire. Wnrrcn Buker of South Cambridge, nn oged native of this town, elled very sud den while sitting in hl.s chnlr Satuulay night. Mrs, Ira Whlttemore of p. vt- derc Is the puest of Mrs. W G. Lease-. The Crescendo club held a very Inter esting meeting with Mrs. J. F Wilcox Tuesday evening. The Cemetery associ ation will meet April f with Mrs John Tracy, The Rev. H. K. Harned camo home for the Kaster jervlces but has returned to Hochester on ucocunt of the Illness of Sirs. Harned. He was accom panied to Hochester by his two sofis. Jam and Henry. S. E. Pope, who wont to Boston to attend the hardware dealers' convention, returned homo Saturday. Tho Cnmbildge school directors met and organized i-tiday evening at jerrerson- vllo. H, B. Thomas was elected chair man and Dr. G. H. X'ewton , clerk. Schools will begin April IS. A. B. Sin clair and K. W. Patch were appointed truant office! s. CAMBRIDGE. Mr. nnd Mrs. H. 12. Gray ot Burlington spent Sunday at tho homo of Mr. Gray's paienls, Mr. and Mrs. II. N. Gray. Mrj. A. Leach has been spending several days with her son, Myron Leach, at Cam bridge Junction. Mrs, Aden Brush Is in Barton. Mr. and Mrs. II. 2-toss and children of Pnderhlll spent Sunday at Thomas Boss's. The annual meeting or the W. II M. S. was held at tho church parlois Thursday afternoon nnd the fol lowing officers were elected; president, Mrs, Mary Klllnvvood; vice-president, K. M. Cutting; secretary, Mrs. M M. Rey nolds; Measurer. Mrs. H. N. Gray. Irv ing Stlnchnur has rented the housoof Carl Itobblns, recently vacated by S. Rogers. Mrs. W. Burns Is ill. Mii-s Reba Gray was In Burlington Wednesday Mrs. Frank McClure has returned to Hurllng ton. Mrs. Brewster of Huntington ts visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C'ady. Mr. Goodsell has rented the tene ment of Aden Brush. Miss Kvn Cady, who Is teaching nt I.yr.donvllle. is spend ing the Kaster vacation nt tho home of her parents. Sir. and Mrs. W. Cady, J M, Safford of Burlington passed Sun day at his brother's. S. M. Saffoul.-Tlio funernl of Herbert Hoomhour was In Id at his residence In Fletcher Sunday WOLCOTT. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Preston of Ma lone, N. Y., were guests of Peter Golden the lust of the week und over Sunday. Mis. K. C, Judd was a business visitor In St. Jolmsbury Friday. Fred Leckner of Hardwlck was a guet of his brother, John I'. Leckner, over Sunday. Tho Hov, 1 A. Wilson of Hardwlck, pastor of tha Congregational Church, who has ben supplying here with an afternoon tervtce, has accepted a call to Helena, Montana. There will be a cottaga prayer meeting at; Mi s, P. A, nowen's, Apill 8 Mark Peloo has moved to Walden, Moses Be saw, who took parts green Wednesday of last week, Is recovering. (Continued on page tn,) 4