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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS AND TIMES: THURSDAY, JUNK IB, 1D0.
HAPPENINGS IN VERMONT (Continued from prigc 3.) SW ANTON CENTER. Mrs. Snruh Jcnnlson and Mlsa Dorman tiro visiting Mrs. X. li Johnson at tlio ild homestead for a woo):. Several from this vicinity altcudnl the funeral of Wil liam Tatroault ot Hwanton Jiutcllon, Tuesday. Sir. Tatrcnult died of tuber culoids nftcr a very Bliort Illness. Mrs. I.umnn iRcbcrts and little daughter went to .Bennington, N. IT., Tuesday night to visit her ulster, Mrs. Goorgo t'lirford, Jr., ior two wccks.-CVIrs. C. 1 Souvay nJid little son, Malcolm, returned liomo to Us ton last Friday, after a visit of live weekn with her stater, Mrs. X. 13. Jrnnlson. FRANKLIN. V. C. llammnnd, A. JJ. Wilder and "W. J. P.lley were elected delegates to tho Utato convention. These dolcratcs are favorablo to Fleetwood. J. 11. Pierce, A. B. Hcndrlck and George M. Towlo wore elected delegates to tlio district con yeiittciu Mrs. 11. M. Toof of Malone. ). Y Is spending a few days with friends here. Mason S. Stone was pres ent and delivered nil ndlress at the dedi cation of the in w school building Tues day. Principal M 8. Boyd, C. W. Gates and Superintendent li J. Bout also made remarks, Mrs. H. S. Proper was called to Proscot, Ont. Friday by tho serious Illness of her mother. Mrs. II. J. Gates jiased Sunday with her pnrrnts In St. AlbaliS-.MIss Martha Prleo wa.s In Barro ceveral days last work. -St. John's day will bo observed by Frontier Lodge, F. & A. M., next Sunday. Tho Masons will uitend a utdon service In tho Methodist Uplscopui Church nt which tho Rev. Mr. I JCelly of Sheldon will preach. O. II. I Alexander of Panama, a former resident 1 of this town, called on friends hero Mon day. Miss K. C. Welch was in Knosbiirs Falls Monday vlsltlnK her daughter, Mrs. j C. A. Pratt IUr little granddaughter j returned with her. BEAVER. ' Mrs. T. S. Austin and children return ' ed to itandolph Tuesday and Mrs. Wit llam Daniels accompanied them to spend week. After frosts and rain farrows ire trying to replant and finish spring -ork. BAKERSFIELD. Mrs. Loonard Sheldon and daughter, Blortense, and Mrs. Kmlly Paige of Boston liavo arrived at their Bummer home. Miss t Slat tie Boor of St. Albans is tho guest of j the Mlssoa Molly and Daisy Reals. Miss ' Myrtlo Stone, who has bu-n t aching In sBarre, has returned homo for the slim mer vacation. Earnest Iabnunty of Cleveland, Ohla, H spending a few days In town. Howard Pudvah of Jewell is Visiting in town. GRAND ISLE SOUTH HERO. Mrs. Carolina Hydo died Tuesday Juno 7 after a long illness at tho Tiomo of hor sister, Mrs. Julia Hall. Mrs. Hydo was born in Chatham, Cun udn, S3 years ago and nt nn early ago tamo to Georgia, whero sho has io tldod nearly all her life. A year ago Bho camo to South Hero to llvo -wltN hor ulster, who tenderly cared tor hor aurlng her long and painful Ill ness. The deceased Is survived by e. sister, Mrs. Julia Hall, of this town, a brother, If. H. Fuller, of Milton, a Granddaughter, Miss Dorothy Dona hue, of Milton, and a grandson, Hyde JJonahne. of tho Annapolis Naval academy. Tho funeral services were j lorgely attondtil from tho residence of Mrs. Hall Thursday forenoon at 10 o'clock. Tho Itev. J. H, Allen was tho officiating clergymon, assisted bv the Rov. Mr. Minx. The choir sang "Jesus Lover of My Soul." The boar Ors wcro II. II. Fuller, I.utlon Allen, Juan Robinson, Alson Lnndon. In termont was In tho Georgia cemetery. Two or tho mall bags containing tho papers thrown from the 4:30 train nt this station Monday morning were caught by tho cars and dragged somo distance. Tim , hags and contents wero badly torn. Tho j town tax bill Is now in tho hands of the treasurer; 4 per cent, discount If paid on or before September 30. Tho three chil dren at tlio Mott home, who are 111 with diphtheria, aro convalescent. Tho Sand 13ar school has resumed work after belns closed a week. Tho Mutual Benefit so ciety served supper Wednesday ot the ' Co ngre cation nl Church. Children's day I will bo observed at tho Congregational V Church Sunday. Herbert B. Keoler of , Burlington Is In town this week. Tho primary department of Mnplo Lawn Academy doeed Friday. ISLE LA MOTTE. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Hill nnd their children of OUJohoma nro guests of Mrs, K. R. Goodwill. air. and Mrs. M. R. Connell and family of Tarrytown, N, Y are In town for tho nimmer. Mrs. Cutler of Manchi-stor, N, H., Ik visiting her sister, Mrs. Ell Fifty. Mrs. Alexander Murray und son of Coopcrsville, N. Y spent Run day nt Kit Fifty's. Children's day oxer rises at the Mcthollst Church wero a suc cets and a very nice program was given. Tho church was prottily decorated with evergreen and flowers. Mary Botsford Is homo from Iowa for tho summer. Mr. ind .Mrs. B. N. Goodsoll and children of Alburg spent Sunday with Mrs. F. R. Goodscll. Miss Jo l-ngfeld has gone to I'lattsburgh for a fow days. GRAND ISLE. Tlio republican caucus nominated tho following delegates to tho Btato conven tion Tuesday evening: II J. IVrker and W. S. Parks; C. K. Tublas and Irving Davis, to district convention. Harry I.add continues to Improve. Llttlo Frunces Winch Is slowly improving. Mrs. D. A. Confer Is to entertain the I.ndlcr.' Aid Thursday. William Hazon 1" 111. Tho Rev. Mr. Allen and wife havo none to Fairfax to attend the commence ment exercises of tho Bellows Frea Acadomy. ALBURG. Tlio remains of Kllas Stniks, a former resident of tills town, wero "brought hero Monday from Rouses Point for burial In tho family lot at Alburg Center, Mr, and Mrs. Arthur Rogeis have returned from Ihelr bridal trip nnd havo gone to house l'.eeplng. Tlio entertainment glvon In Ixjckwood hall bust Thursday evening by Mrs, Everest of Pittsburgh for tho bono flt of tho schools was wbII attended, Tho net proceelH were about 5. Muslo wns. furnished by Misses Wheeler and Panna- RECEFHON ONS CALLING M5 IN INS 1IK Ice. At the clone ot the entertainment tho teachers served Ico cieani and cake. Tho Albtirg Choral society gnvo a play at l.ockwood hall Monday evening, Tho nt tendanco was largo and tho entertain ment was enjoyed by everyone. At tho close lco cream and c.nko wcro served, followed by dancing. The proceeds aro to be used for Improvement of the streets. ailss Lucia Mott Is In St. Albans. LAMOILLE EDEN. II. H. Adams has bought out tho stage route from Kdon to Hydo Park. Mlsa Belle, youngest daughter of Jonas and Hattle Harrington of Kdon, was married to James D. Feleher of Hydo Park Juno 7. The Jtev. Henry Lamb of Hyde P.irlc performed tho ceremony. Henry Darling of Cabot is In town getting ready to spend his vacation lit tho lake. A huge picnic, party from Johnson high m hool came to tho lake last week. The Or.ingi) aro to have a picnic Juno "S nt the lake. X. II. P. Grange is invited. The delegates to tho Ktato republican convention are: A. F. Rogers and Vilas Drown: district, W. H. Kmery nnd R. H. Pinko: county, I,. 1. Sylvester, F. F. Smith, A. F. Itogers, W. J. Atwll, George Chase and John Itog ers. The State delegate are Instructed for Fleetwood. MORRISVILLE. The Rev. and Mrs. V. M. Hardy were entertained nt a family dinner party I'rl day nt tho homo of the former's sister, Mrs. H. R. Munson, in honor of the wed ding nmilverpaty of Mr. and Mrs. Hardy. Albert Smith Ih clerking for W. 13. Knlght.-Mrs. O. 11. Choate is visiting her daughter In Wulllngfonl. Charles C. Draper Is In Knosburg. Miss Myrtle Dur ban Is now nn oper.il.or In tho Citizens' Telephone office.-Mrs. ISmma Ishnm Is In Hast Fairfield. Mrs. II. Aller Is in St. Albans tho guest of her daughter, Mrs. Alton IJltrl. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Andrews of Futrlco aro guests at tho Randall. 1.. D. Smith was nt home from Jefforsonvllle over Sunday.-.!. D. Wins low went to Hnrdwlck Friday evening to nttcml a leunloii of his class nnd ob serve tho "Mb anniversary of the acad emy. The Rev. Dr. Hardy pleached tho baccalaureate sermon before tho gradu ating cla.'-s of Hrlgham Academy nt Pakcrsfleld Sunday. John Cnrllon was In Fssex Junction Saturday. Rimer A. Smalley left Saturday for Iowa, where he will purchase a car load of horses Mr. and Mrs. Homer Kdmonds are mov ing to their new barn, whero they will reside this summer during tho construc tion of their house Mr. and Mrs. Clar ence Day are parents of a six pound boy born Friday. Miss Trovan ai d party of Thomasvllle, Ga arrived it Divainwold Saturday ovenlng nnd will occupy the Prlsclllu. Mullins cottage. MNs Ada Taylor Is In Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bundy are In Ilnkersfleld, the guests of the lattei's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Harris. V. C. Whipple of Hoslon are visiting hl mother, Mrs. Cora Whipple. Mr. Arthur Stone and son, Hilly, of Hai ton aie here to spend tho summer with her mother, Mrs. Duolto Woodward. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Churchill and Roy Stafford turned Saturday evening from a trip to North Dakota and Moretown. Dan Gam- blln left Monday fur Chiite.-niguy, N, Y., whero he will vMt Ids grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Don Senbury. Mrs. Lizzie Fletcher of Wutervllle, who has been -caring for Mrs. 1). C. Smith, has llnlshed her work thero nnd went home Mon day. Mi". Laura Gleed was a visitor in Burlington Monday. Mr. and Mis. J. J. Jackson and daughter, Mls Marcella, went Monday to Hobart, N. V., when; they will visit Mrs. Jackson's parents, Mr. ami Mrs. George Simmons. Italph D. Barrows, fur 32 years an employe In the News and Citizen ofllce, completed his work tin-re Saturday night, and Mondav morning began his duties on tins Morris vlllo Messenger staff. The Rev. and Mrs. S. M. W.-ilis went Monday to Heche Plnli., P. Q., where they will pass two veelts in attending the Advent camp lie etlng.-Henry Tlllotson and niece, Mrs. i; 10. Howerson, of Worcester, left here Monday for Stannard to attend the fimeinl of Mrs. A. H. Chase. Mrs. Jo seph Rivers went to New York Monday r.lght on account of tho critical Illness of Dr. J. H. Downey. She was accompanied by Miss Hllnor Downey. C. F. Smith Is having Installed at the Laport Dairy farm eight milking machines which will milk twu cows at a time, to be operated for tho present by a gasoline engine. Mr. Smith will put electile lights in the farm house and the barns ns soon as possible, also a two horse-power electric motor to run the churn ami washing machine, a three horse-power electric motor to run tho milking machines, nnd u seven horse-power electric motor for running the ensilage cutters, etc. Im provements will bo made In tho stables which will enable him to tlo between 70 Mr and Mrs. A. N. Camp nro In Burling ton. Julius Bliss returned .Monday night from u lslt In Mlllis, Mass., with his daughter, Mrs. Geoign Cook. Mrs. A. H. Fugo returned from Burlington Mon day evening, whero sho 1ms passed sever al weeks with her parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. R. Kent, Miss Marjorlo Gates is In Burlington tho guest of her undo ind mint, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Bollard. Mr. and Mrs. W. A, Ward, and son George, went to Greensboro Tuesday to pass a few days at the J. II. Parker cottage, Georgo W. Curiler left yester day for a two weeks' Way In I.yme, N. H., the guest of David Coburn, nnd In Or ford, N H while nway ho will attend n soldier's reunion at Orfordvillc, N. II, Goorgo Snxby. who has been employed for soveral months In tho State hospital at Tauton, Mass., returned hero Tues day, Miss Bosnia Ryder Is in Ktowe vis- Itlng hor aunt, Mrs. H. J. Spauldlng. The first band concert of tho summer series will occur this evening nt Academy park. At the raueiiH Tuesday evening F. G. Fleetwood was mado chairman ot tho meeting and C. H. A. Stafford si-c-rctary. Delegates to the State convention urn; C. II. A. Stafford, c, F, Smith, Cupt. Frank Kenlleld, II, A. Slayton, G. A, Wilkins, E, A. Smalley; to the district convention, I,. P. Thajer, O. Chaffee, H. Walto, F. M. Small, G. I. A. Smith, G. G. Moiso; to tho county convention, F ,G. Fleettwood, T. C. Cheney, C. II. A Stafford, G. A. Morse, C. (. St. Clare, G, I. . Bates, M. H. Boardm.m, W. It. Mc Nall, G. A. Wilkins, Wurnor Gilbert, W. V. Sherman, R. W. Wobstor, C. A, Gilo. F, (). hunt, W. F. Benson, (1, W. Clark, Scott Mathows, U C. Tlllotson, Mrs. A. W. Fuy nnd two sons wont to North Hydo Park Tuesday evening to visit her mother, Mrs. K. A. Galleys. Mrs. Olive. Grlswold returned Tuesday evening from Woodhvllle, N, Jf. to Warren Bolter's. Mr. Georgo W. Bailey and daugh ter, MJhs Alice Bnlley of Woybrldge, nro guests of Col. und Mrs. O, W, Doty. .Mrs. B ,C, Taylor bus returned from Clnrencevllle, P, Q., whero she waa railed by the Bertous Illness of her brother. Mrs. Annette Torrlll nnd Mrs. Fred Stewart were In Johnson yesterday to bo present at the graduation of Miss Flor ence Chaffeo from Johnson Normal school. Misses Caroline Powers and fiusun Delano woro In Burlington yester- JjcUy. Utaa Plunut Darling went to Bur- llngton yesterday for a stay of Beveral weeks with her sister, Mrs, U. A. Wood bury. MrR. Kmmn. Marvin went to Ply mouth, N. H. yesterday for a visit with friends. Fred M. Obor has purchased of tho T. II. Wallace fstato tho marblo business conducted by tho lato T, II, Wal lace Mrs. Pert Clark and daughter, nuth, went to Pelmont, Maps, yester terday, wheio sho will vlRlt her parents, Mr, and Mrs, It. 15, Flck.t, nnd her sis ter, Mrs. Hnrry Bllsworth of Cleveland, Ohio. Mrs. Fred Peck and son, Wallaoo, are passing a few days In Wolcott, th guests of Mrs. Fred Jackson. Mrs. T, C. Cheney Kavo a pitcher shower Tuesday oftcnion for Miss Josephine Blayton. W. O. McCllntock relumed from Prandon yesterday. C. P.. Wctnerby of BurllnK ton was n business visitor hero yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. NUes went to Montpellr yesterday to attend the Btato encampment, G. A. R. n.nd W. R. C. ST0WE. Thero was a large attendance at T'nlty Church Sunday evening when the Rev. Albert G. Cornwcll preached the sermon to the graduating clnss of Stowc high school. chorus under the direction of George A. Purnham furnished the music Sun day was a busy day for Rov. Mr. Cornwcll. Pcldes the sermon to the graduating class In I lie evening he preached at tho union service at his church In thn moiiilng nnd at tho union P.n. nch In the afternoon. Mrs. J. C. Mor gan gave a party to 2t young people Vrl- lii v evening In honor of tho 14th birthday of her daughter, Helen. Mr. and Mrs. Fled Mm rill took their second son, Karl, lo Hurllngtou Saturday for an operation at Mnry Fletcher hospital for abscess up on the appendix. They were accompanied by Dr. II. W. Harrows. A daughter weighing two pounds, was born to Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Munn of Snrannc I-ako, and granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Iia Munn of KUnve, bids fair to live. Ihigeno Cobb returned Friday from Burlington, where his sister, Miss Nettle Cobb, Is re covering from an operation for appendi citis. Sunday cars will begin runnlmj on the Mt. Mnnsfield Hlectrlc Railway on Juno 19, leaving Stovo at 8:15 a. m. and 4:15 p. m. Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles K. Adams of Salem, Mass., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Fdwln R. lllgelow. Mrs. A. M. Cheney gave a party nt her homo In Sunset street Saturday afternoon to ten Indies In honor of the birthday ot her mother, Mis. Ver mon Wilkini. Resides Mrs Wilkins, there were present Mrs. Sarah Raymond, Mrs. C. K. Hurt, Mrs. Mary Peldln, Mrs. Anna Kimball, Mrs. Corn Venrren, Mrs. Charles K. Stone, Mrs. Alice A. Raymond, Mrs. II. G. Thomas and Mrs. Roxnna Jocko. Monday evening Prln. W. H. Douglnsn of the high school and Mrs. Douglass eti toit.ilned the memhers ot the graduating clnss nt dinner. Resides the five young ladles of the clnss, MNs Hull. nlstnnt tfiieher lit the high fehool. and Miss Kiln. 1, Hetrs were present. Ml- peers Is a guest for the week at Mr. Douglass's on her way to her home In Cleveland, Ohio. Tin sday at 2:0 o'clock tho follow ing rlass day exercises wero carried out In the high schoul room: Piano solo, Miss Hall: toast muster's address, MNs Angle Harris: address to undergraduates, Miss Hazel McCucn; response to presi dent's address, Otho lioyce; "Hunter's Song." chorus; address to the faculty, Miss Ruble Collins; "Feminltts and Hom Initls," .MKs Kate Robinson: song, "l'n crowncd King," chorus; prophecy nnd history, MIs F.lln Sargent; class will, Miss Minnie Smith. Tuesday evening a recital was given nt the Akeley Me morial auditorium, under the direction of ) George A. Burnham, superintendent of miislc. Kdwln Hall left Mondny on carriage drive to Wllllamstown for week's vacation on account of Illness. Karl Morrill, who was operated upon for appendicitis nt Mary Fletcher hospital Saturday, Is doing well. His parents, Mr. and Mis. Fred Morrill, have returned home. C. O. Burt, C. M. Watts and A. X. like went to Hydo Pnrk Monday. George Todfurd has moved to A. J. Hous ton's house nt Stowo Folks, where he has a Job of peeling bark for II. K. Shaw. Clinton Seott of Tuft's College spoko at I'nlty Church Sunday afternoon. M. It. Cutting and the Misses Gile and Bedell accompanied Mr, Scott here from Morrlsvllle-StMe Master C F. Smith nnd Mrs. Smith "f Morrlsvllle attended the meet ing of Mnnstleld Mountain Gr.-iiigo Satur daj evening. Papers w'ere read by Mrs. i). r. Gerry and Mrs. I S. Page, and rending by Miss Jennie San born completed the program.-Miss Bar bara Hurt returned Sunday from Burling ton, accompanied by her aunt, Mrs, Frames O. Wright, who is much Im proved In health after a treatment for seveuil months at Mary Fletcher hos pll.il, Miss Marjorlo Watts Is nblo to sit up u part of the time. She will go to Fanny Allen hospital for nn operation for appendicitis In nbout two weeks. Mr. and .Mrs. IxRoy Kent of Hnrdwlck pass ed last week In Stowe, tho former nt Lake Mansfield, the latter nt the home of Ml, and Mrs. O. F. Gerry. In response, to tho appeal made by tho Rev. A. O, Cornwcll, the offertories nt the union service at tho Congregational Church on Sunday morning, nnd at tho West Branch In the aftornoon nmounted to a llttlo over HiX. Mr, Cornwell will hnnd a check for this amount to the (Rev. J. Q. Angell as an expression of sympathy from tho residents In Stowo. John Cary died nt his home on upper Mnplo street Monday afternoon, Juno 13, after a long Illness from heart trouble. navmg neon seriously in for about a week. Mr. Cary was bom In Salem, N. Y.t May 21, ISni, and was 7C years of age. lie had passed many years In Vermont and came to Stowe from Wolcott 12 years ago His wife died eight years ago. He leaves a sou and daughter and stepdaughter In htowe, Fieri C. Cary, Miss Ilnttlo Cary inn mis. h. W. Page, nnd a son nnd amignicr by a former marriage, John fnry or Buffalo, N. Y and Mrs, Abblo RlUgway of Michigan, mid a ststc-r, Mrs. .nine muygii'S or Mlelilgun. Ilo was a veteran of tho Civil War, having served three and one-half years In Company M, Mb Michigan Cavalry, Ho was a mem her of Kara Stetson Post. O. A. R of Watcrbury Center. Tlio funeral was held at the home at 2:30 yesterday aft ernoon. Rev. J, CJ, Angell Is at homo front Randolph, where he left Mrs. Angell, who Is recovering from a surgical operation nt tho sanltorlum. A game of base ball between Stowe high school and Flmore tennis nt Flinoro Monday nfternoon re sulted In a scoro of 8 to 7 In favor of Flmoie. W. F. Churchill of Morrlsvllle was lu his office In Stowo Tuesday for tho first time since his return from an extended trip in tho West. Miss Hattle Pratt Is having a week's vacation from her duties ua assistant In the postofflce. Mrs. John Haniel und children of Max vllle, Ontario, are visiting ln Stowo Mr, and Sirs. Lucius Faunco havo returned to Fayston after vlbltlug Mr. und Mrs, H. B. Faiini'c. Tho program for class day was successfully carried out at tho school kulldln Tuesday nfternoon There was a largo attendance. The pro gram for the grammar school graduating exercises Wednesday nfternoon follows Salutatory, KIbIo L. Alger; recitation Jesslo C, Ceblns; class histoid, Ruth M, Wells; declamation, Frnnf. N, IMko, declamation, Ollvo L. Demerltt: rerltu lion, Kllznbeth J, Fullor; declamation, Guy Brlggs Cary; recitation, Ulniicho S, Bull; class prophecy, lilmu I. Hurler) valedictory, Isnhello (J, Smith; address I welcome, Ruth Collins, '11, The grud nates nro Jessie, Catherine Adams, F.lsle Jona Alger, Murk Traflon Angoll, Inez Mary Ayers, Ktma Isii.bcllo Pulley, Mary Jnno lhilley, Blanche 6-abra Bull, Guy Prlggs Cary. Mnbcl I.. Cleveland, Henry' Hnrrls Cobb, Mary lilia Cole, Olive Lucius Demorltt, Ilnmnna Rachel Dunbar, Eliz abeth Jennlo Fuller, Mark nmerson Gibbs, Klva Myra Hayes, John Henry Hosmer, Howard Rupert Imff, Mlnnlo Jesscnla Nagoon, Anna Almlr.i McAllis ter, Frank Nnthnnlet like, Mary Kllza Reed, Don I.ysermlen Robinson, I.llnh Mao Shlbut, Isnbelle aiarlty Smith, Vo nlla Anno Smith, Mildred Amanda War ren, Ruth Myra Wells Thero was a largo attendanco at the 10th graduation exercises of Stowo high school loat evening, when tho following program was carried out: Overture, or chestrai Invocation, the Rov. 3. Q. An pell; saluUvtory and reading, Angle Grout Harris; chorus; address to the class. the Hon. Mason 8. Hton", Htnto superin tendent of education; orchestra; valedic tory nnd theme. Hazel McCuen; presen tation of dlplomns. Tho entrance mnrch win led by llttlo Miss Katherir.o Colo. Tlio ushers were Mary Stebblns, Ruth Dunbar, Ruth Collins, Clara Dewey. Thursday evening a reception to tho senior class and Invited gticrtts will bo given by the Junior class at the Akeley memorial building auditorium and on Fri day evening tho alumni batiuot will be held nt Green Mountain Inn. Tuesday afternoon C. O. Burt gave the lady mem bers of the faculty nn automobile ride to ako Inmotllo In Morrlsvllle. Miss Mary Gates of the gradc-d school wi-nt to her home In Morrlsvtllo Wednesday. MI'S Sadie Dodge leaves Friday for Hinsdale, X. H., and Miss Pernlce Hall lor Whlto River Junction Monday.-Tho members of tho faculty, who will return In Sep tember, are Principal W. II. Douglass, Mis I tern Ice Hall, Miss Dola Hillings and Miss Susie lllgelow C. F. IMdy was oloeted chairman nnd D. I,. Harris secre tary of tho republlcnn caucus Tiifsday evening. The following delegates wem elected to tho Stale convention: C. F. Kddy, H. G. Thomas, F. K. Smith; dele gates given power to choose their own alternates. Delegates to the district con vention, H. T. Raymond, .1. 1.. Btofford, K. Houston; delegates given power to choose their own alternates. Delegates to county convention, C. F. Eddy, D. I,. Hnrrls. C. H. Chapln, F. E. Smlin, J. B. Houston, A. D. Iang, J. I,. Stofford, C IM. Watts and II. Ii Pike; alternates, C. A. Riley, N. H. Kaiser, n. C. Russell, O. II. Adams. A. W. Collins, H. C. Mills, X. R. Barrows, M. C. lyovejoy nnd George W. Huzzell, The following town commit tee were elected for the ensuing two years: A. A. Pike. F. E. Smith nnd K. M. Houston. Funeral services were con ducted by the Rev. John Q. Ancell Wed- nefday afternoon for John Cary, whoso death occurred nt his home Monday. Tho bearers were members of his family and the burial was In lUver Bank cemetery. Mr. end Mrs. Wilbur O. Bettls have re turned from Burlington. -M. C. McMnhon of Burlington was n visitor In Stowe Tuesday.- Mr. nnd Mrs. II. W. Billings nnd Mr. and Mrs. Austin Gordon have re turned from a few days In camp at Joe's pond, Morrlstown. The subject of tho Rov. A. G. Cornwell's sermon Sundny morning will be "The Transtlgured Christ." Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Wing, guests at Austin Gordon's for two weeks. have returned to St. Jnhnsbury. Chil dren's day eierclses will be held at tho West Branch Church Sunday afternoon at two o'clock. JOHNSON. O. A. McFnrland went to Rutland Mon day. Tho Rev, C. D. Pierce delivered n very able sermon Sunday nlirht before the jnuduntlnK class at the Cnnijrejra- tional Church Mr. and Mrs. I'.irl Weleh, and Mr. and Mrs. John Sheldon from Woodsvllle were at the siraduatlni? exor cises of the hlch school last week. P. W. ,T. Peek was burled last week. CAMBRIDGE. Mrs. Jennie Wllley hns rouo to Alburn to spend a few days with her daunhter, Mrs. Herbert Rice. Mrs. E. Green lias returned to her homo at Johnson after spending several weeks xt the home of Mrs. M. M. lteynolds. H. 1. Gonlsell has sold his hindue" to II. Buklcy of Rich mond. Mrs. Arthur Smith of BurllnKtmi Is spfndliiK a few days In town. D. Walk er has purcha-d nn untonioblle. The lawn party Riven by the band Prlday evening was well attended. The band will have charKO of the celebration July 4. HYDE PARK. Two criminal eases wero disposed of In county court Monday. I-. A. Sweet- land, charBed with Incest, pleaded (fiillty and was sentenced to not more than three and a hulf years nor less than threa at the House of Correction. He was taken to Rutland Tuesday. Joseph Cook of Morrlsvllle pleaded RUllty to selllnB In toxicating lienors and was tlnoj loo nnd costs. Col. and Mrs. McFarland are at tending irriiduatlnfi exercises at Borden town, N. J from which institution their son, BrlKham, tfraduntes. Misses Helen and Oraoe McFarland have irone to Cas pian lake for tho summer. Mrs. R. W. Hulburd and daughter, Marjorle, are at tending commencement at Mount Holyoko College, from which Miss Agnes Hulburd Rruditates. Mrs, Ulla Gilmes of West boro, Mass., Is visiting here. William Thorp, a Spanish War veteran, has been (minted an Increase of pension to $72 per month for total disability Charles Knce land has sold his stage equipment to Henry Adams ana hired tho latter to rnrry tho mall between hero una ivilen Mills during tho remainder of his term. H. II Skinner of Chicago visited relatives here Sunday. JEPFERSONVILLE. Children's day will be observed with appropriate exercises next Sunday, June 11), In the forenoon at the Second Congre gational Church. Tho Re-. 11. K. Burn ed Is still detained in Rochester, N, V by the illness of Mrs. Harried. There aro 110 pupils enrolled In the sovenil depart ments of tho vllhigo school.--MNs Muttlo Wilcox has closed her homo here and gone to Queen City Park for tho season, where she will occupy Lamolllo cottage Clayton Scott Injured his hip while at work in Morse's mill. Mr. and Mrs. II. W, Vurnum have tnkon on aiitomobllo trip to Danville. Tho V. C. T. I', will hold their county convention at thhj plaeo June 22 and 23. A son was recent ly born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Reynolds. Miss Beryl Powell has graduated from People's Academy at Morrlsvllle.- Mr. and Mrs. W. IS. Silnehour have gone to Ihelr homo In Wlntlcld, Knn., after spending several months hero. Principal Smith conducted service Inst Sunday and read a sermou In tho absence of the Rev, II 13. Hurned.-The W. C. T. U. mot at the homo of Mrs. H. W. Varnum Thiirsd.iv afternoon. There was sewing for the W C. T. U. room at tho Soldiers' Home In Bennington. CAMBRIDGE. Mr. and Mrs. J, lsneh nro the parents of a son, born Sunday, Juno 13,-Soveral from this place attended the closing ex erclses held a Fairfax Tuesday. Mis. Unbounty Is spending several duvs with her sister, Mrs. Charles Corse, at Fletch-er.-MIss Delia Brlgs has uradu.Ucd from peoptoH Academy, Morrlsvllle, and Is speiidlrrij her vacation with her piirunts. Dr. Coin of Burlington was In town Tuesday. Tlio llttlo son of Mr. nnd Mrs. David Minor died Tuesday uftor a short Illness. Mrs. J. T, McCluro has returned from Burlington, whuro oho has been fpendlng several days. Miss Marjorlo Hulllvnn wus In Burlington Haturduy. WATERVILLE. Dan Morgan Is on tho sick list. K. II. Wosteot was In Franklin Friday. Thomas Larawuy was In Burlington Mon day. M, P. Maurice of Morrlsvllle wnfl In town over Sunday, 'Mrs. Chauncey Tlllot son Is visiting In Hartford, Conn. Tho Rev. O. C. Westcot of Franklin npent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs, Kll Westcot.-H. G. Mann had a telphono placed In his house Tuesday, C, C. Tobln lias returned from Massachusetts, whero h has been for several months, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. I,. Rlx of New York arn visiting hor parents, Mr. und Mrs. Grant Thomas, David Smith and Mrs. Olg.i Jackson Thomns wero married tho past week. Mhermnu Mann has opened a domestic bakery nt his residence lit tho foot of Muln street. George Mudgett of Cndys Fulls visited Capt. Moves McFailand sev eral days lust week. -Mr. und M'M. Rob ert Wllley are spending the week with their son, B. M. Wllley, nt Greenslmro. Homer Stearns, James Beard nnd I-wls Roberts nte fit home from Johnson high school for their vacation. L'dgar Maynard Is- building n new barn. WOLCOTT. Mrs. Fred Gllbirt of Morrlstown and son, Nell, of Sprlngtleld, '.Muss., wero re cent guests of Mrs. Charles Fisher. Clint les Wells hris moved here from Mont pelter to reside with his mother. Mrs. C. O. Davison. -Mrs. C. L. Brown gov a birthday parly to the little friends of her daughter, Marjory, nnd Master Arthur Waterliury. There weie 2rt children pres ent. Miss Agnes Duval of Montpollor was a guest of MNs Alice liutlnrd m er Sundny. G. P. Fisher of Morrlstown was I' guest of his sister, Mrs. Gnrge Me Kfiity, over Sunday. The remains of Mrs. M. H. Wheeler, who died at her home In North Wolcott Sunday, worn brought here for burial Tuesday.- Ienley Ta.i lor went to Sugar Hill, N. II., Wed nesday, where he has employment for tho summer. Miss Lottie Croft went to Clareinont, N. II., Tuesdav, where she has employment.- F. B. Mourn and wlfo and Mis. R. M. Ilubbell nro In attend ance nt the G. A. R. and W. It. C. conven tion at Montpeller. RANDOLPH. Xeison l.nvnlig. a former proprietor of Cottage hotel In Randolph, died June B, In Kostrm with Brlght's disease Mrs. Clarence Oshre died Tues dav June 7, aged .ft years. She Is sur vival by her husband anil two children, linimld and Oorrls, also by her parents, two brothers and four sisters. The f un ci ul services was held from Bethany Church a ttwo o'clock Frldnv afternoon, the Rev. I-'raser Metger officiating, and Interment wns In Ponlhvlew cemetery. .Mrs. Christopher Riley and Infant daughter went to Bethel Saturday for an Indefinite stay. Rev. John () Angell of Stowe, was at Dr. F. C. Angell's over Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Perkins of Woodstock weie over Sunday tsllois at Rev. J. W. Hamilton's. Miss i:thel Park, teacher In- the high school, went to her homo In Lydonvlllo Saturday. Miss Cora Noble went to Lowell Muss., for un over Sunday stop, from whenoo sho will pro ceed to Boston for a week, after which sho will go to New York for an li.deflnlto stay. Mrs. Thomas Filch left hero Sun day to join her husband at Mlnot, N. I). The Alruunl banquet of R. II. S. was held nt Randolph Inn Friday evening. The toastmas er, Fred T. Rimllsh. Introduced tho following speak ers: .Sherman R. Mutiltnn, of Bur lington, Uniold I'. Gnyloid 1", Mabel Smith Adams. 'KV, Holmes l.add, 'M, of Bane, Dr. John P. Glfford, 'Mi, Bertha H. Ilutrlilge, '9.1, Principal E. O. Ham, M. Blanche Sparhawk., '95. Mrs Grev and her daughter, Miss Adeline Gr.iv, went to Waterluiry, Conn., Saturday for the summer vncatlon. Grneo Douglass went to Barro Mon day to Join her parents, who have pur chased a hou.sa In that city. Mini Myrtle Rowcll arrived Saturday for a month's vncatlon with her parentf. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Rowoll. Franklin Snllsbury entortiilned a party of friends nt his home on Frnnklln streot last evening Miss I.llllo Jerd has re turned from two weeks nt Randolph Contor. News has been received hero of the birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Hnrry Phillips at Mohawk Lake, X. Y., graddaughter of F. A. Phil lips nnd Mr. and 'Mrs. D. C. Woodward of this town. Mrs. Brnest Hrtti h un derwent a successful operation at tho sanitarium Monday for the removal of n tumor upon her chest. The lire company are making artangeinents to cnlobrate July 4 in this town. Among tlio attractions are to bo races bv hose computilcts, a bull game, tlrewurks, and music by the Green Mountain bal d, Dr. A. C, Balloy and daughters m.ido un automobile trip to Bast Bethel and other points yesterdoy. It. P. Morse of Boston was a guest of Mrs. George Spear lust week. Miss Mabel Smith Is In Boston for the summer vocation, Harold Thompson of Wan en was In town Tuesday to attend the ftim:,il of Herbert Fletclicr.MIss Mabel Smith has returned from -Boston. G, W. Boyce of Boston was nn over Sundiy visitor In town. Mrs. l.nuia Cushiiian has re turned from Claremont, N. II.. where sho went to visit her brother, W. H, Ciimmlngs, Mrs. II, II. Paige Tue - tordny attended tho funeral of an uncle In Tunbrldge. Miss Mninhi Itlee Is having a hard attack of tho measles. -Mrs. Geoige Brown of South Itoyalton passed Monday with .Mrs. W. H. Rand. Mrs. C. R. Waltr Is seriously ill with bronchitis. Charles Goodhenrt has gone to Worces ter. Mass., where he has found employ ment with his brother, Mrs. Helen Chadwlck made u misstep Sunday and fell tho whole length of tho cdlar stairs. No bones wcro broken and no serlou 1 results aro exported. Henry Wulcott wns In Bethel Tuesday. -Win diur Hodgklns Is In town visiting W. U. Ilodgliins and family. Henry Hutchin son nnd his son, c. 15. Hutchinson of Randolph, wis., nrc visiting Janus IIutchlnsoii.-Mlss Nancy Granger of Boston was hero to attend the funeral of Herbert Fletcher Tuesday. Tho llev. und Mrs. A. O. Gllmoro went to Mont peller Tuesday to attend the 12th an nual convention of the Episcopal diocese or Vermont. The- Rev. Robert Wilson, n returned Missioning from China, called upon his brother, M. M. Wilson, Turs dnv while on his way to Montpeller to in tend the same convention. Mr-. John Leonard of Stoeltbrldgo came yesterday to nttend the com mencement exorcises ut the normal school, when hor daughter graduates. Mrs II II Palgo returned from Tun bridge e-lerday. Hubert Hault, a I)artni"utb -tudent, Is home, for tho Minimer i -ailon. -Mrs. Kniost Hutch wild able io icavu ni" rniuiHriimi yes- I terday und la at her homo Mlsn Jim iii ifiii i in 1 1 ii i i i F. D. ABERNETHY Successor to H. W. ALLEN CO. TO-DAY in tke Cloak and Suit Department Women's Apparel for Warm feather at extremely moderate prices. Extensive showing of new and attractive Dresses, Coats' Waists and Skirts especially suited to the need which the warmer days create. Silk and Pongee Coats at $12.50 An assortment of hlack taffeta silk and natural color pon gee Coats, entirely new, daintily trimmed with hraids, fancy huttons and self strarjninris. Actual value $ 1 T.Sn-GQO Ofl- I $22.50 and $25.00. Broadclotk Evening Wraps at $12.50 Made of finest broadcloth in pastel shades, blue, green, helio trope, rose, tan, pink, etc. Actually worth $20.00 to $25.00 each. Ladies' and Misses' $5.00 The test grade of percale used in the manufacture of these pretty and useful dresses. Trimmed with lace insertion and pipings of contrasting color. At this price the cost of making alone is not represented. Ladies' rV hite Batiste Dresses at $3.90 Made of fine white batiste, trimmed with broad, heavy insertion and dainty laces. Skirt and waist trimmed. If sold at actual value, the price would be $7.50. Ladies' Muslin and $5.75 - 6.75 - 8.75 - 9.50 The showing; of these dainty dresses has never been so extensive or so varied as at the present time. Careful inspec tion will serve as convincing proof that prices asked are ex tremely low. Ladies Linen Auto Coats 35.00-6.00-8.00-12.50 and upwards. Ladies rVoolAuto and Steamer Coats $12.50-$18.00-$20.00-$25.00-$30.00 and upwards. JUadies Wool Dweaters The celebrated Schmidt brand, white and colors. $4.00-5.00-6.75-8.00-9.00-10.50 and upwards. Waists Muslin waists with lace or fine tucks, plain and barred ma terial ' 95 cents. Muslin waists of fine quality, trimmings of muslin em broidery, price $1.38 and 1.68 Batiste Waists of fine sheer quality with pin tucks and dainty embroidery forming yoke, other styles with solid pin tucks front, back and sleeves Prices $1.90-2.00, 2.25. 2.50. 2.75 and $3.00 Tailored Linen Vaists with medium and wide tueks. also Gibson plates, laundered cuffs and collar Price $2.00, 2.25, 2.50. 3.00, and $4.00. Hand Embroidered Tailored Linen aists, front and side closing with hemstitched plait value $4.50 -price $3.25. Madras Tailored Waists with laundered cuffs and col- lar, medium tucks front and back. All white or with colored stripes in gray, light blue and tan. Prices $2.50, $2.75 and $3.00 Sheer Batiste aists with fine dainty embroidery and Valenciennes lace trimming front and back. Value $4.50 and $4.75 , price $3.25 and $3.50 Hand Embroidered Batiste Waists with Cluny lace trim mingValues $5.75. $7.50 and $8.00 Prices now $3.75, $4.25. $5.00 and $5.75 j F. D. ABERNETHY V J etto Motzgor severed her connection with the Randolph sanitarium yester day and Miss Mary Hnynes takes tho position. Mrs. :. N. Rising, Mrs. Ku geno Ilolman, Mrs. Liielndn Cleveland, Mrs. Charlotte 1,1111c, Mrs. J. 1). I.a port, Mrs. Frank Ketchum, Capt. B. F. Bowman and F. K. Ketchum went to Montpeller yesterday. Tho little daughter of F, I.. Huntley Tuesday took a dose which proved to bo poison but prompt measures relieved her. Tho Rev. Fraser Metzgcr and A. II Powers woro In Montpeller yesterday. One of tho most terrific thunder storms known for years visited Ran dolph nbout 4;30 o'clock yesterday af ternoon, Hall stones of considerable sl.o fell for several minutes, cutting tlio leaves and Injuring vegetation generally. Tho band aro to give a concert In depot square Saturday night. A new handstand Is to be erected this season near the engine house Mr. and Mrs. C. K, Root went to Hlghgnto last night to remain till the llrst of the weok. Miss Florenco Noble urcompniiled thejn and on her return will stop two weeks with friends In Waterbury. RANDOLPH CENTER. A daughter wns born Sunday to Mr. and Mrs. Wilfrid Massle. N. U Hoyden attended county court at Chelsea two days last week.Mason 8. Stone of Mont peller was at the normal Monday Tho graduating exercises of the normal aro tiiklnB place this week, Sunday evening tho Rev. lr. Homer Whlto of Randolph D resses at Batiste Dresses at - 12.50 and upwards. preached the sermon to tho gradual rj clnss, Wednesday evening there will ' v a concert by tho Lotus malo quartette ol Huston. Thursday at 10:00 a. m. will oc cur tho graduating exercises with an ad. dress by lVof. Raymond McDonald ol Mlddlebury College, and nt 12 m. the ban quet of tho Alumni association. -Mrs. J, II. Holdon and Mr. and Mrs. A- M Ad. nms have been spending a few days It Woodstock. Tim Rov. Mr. Clark moved hero from Warren last week nnd luvt commenced his pastorato of the FVder ated Church. A daughter was born Mon. day at tho sanatorium to Mr. end Mrs. Wulter H. Shurtleff.Mrs. Clar. M. Saw. yer nnd daughter, Mrn. John Sabine Smith, havo returned from then- wlnten homo In New York city and opened theli summer homo here. ORLEANS ORAFTSBURY. Mrs. Jennie Hunbard Is visiting In Al bany. Mrs. Iuey Patterson Is home fron Glover, where she line spent ceverni wock.Mrs, 'Williams IxJther of New. bury Is visiting her children nnd other relatives In town, Thomas Crowley h finishing a kitchen In tho ell of his house, --Mr. and Mrs. Phlnlns Athorton move last week Into T. M. Galagher's new cot (Cuutlnued an 6.) Wask