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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS AND TIMES: THURSDAY, JUNE 2.1, 1910.
15 HAPPENINGS IN VERMONT (Continued from imgc K.) Bf Burro, filed threo weeks ngo by Miss rtary Sanborn, her irrandiluuirlitor, wis withdrawn Friday without iosts, dnmnjro or prcjudlco to either jurty. Mrs. Yeartnw, who was Mrs. Unry Worthon of Bnrro, Is "8 years Old. Threo wcclca two sho was mar ried to Mr. Ycartaw, who !h 49 years her Junior, and when tho bride, na It In allosed, bcRun to furnish money to hor husband to purchase fast horses tho Krandduuirlitar took a hand and MipHod throiiKh bor attorney for a truardlan. Tho bearing on tho peti tion hns "been twice continued and Fri day the purlieu camo together and UKroed to drop nil leal proceeding. Col. John 11. Wilson of Worcester, sec retary of tho Washington fmmty Vot rratis' nssoelntlon, announceil that tho linnunl reunion thin your will be held ht Ievoy park nenr this city during Iho wet k of Auirust IB, cMiet duto to be lai'-r llxcd. The cnmpllro on the 1-vonltiK of tho tlrst day will he In charKo of tho Associates of Brookn Post. Dr. H. J. Foster of Wateibury 'enter, tho newly elected department ronnmindtr. Is president of tho vet trruis' association. Miss Winona A. Miller nnd Hurry S. Itossltcr of Rochester, X. Y., were married Thursday evening at Christ Church by tho ltuv. Homer A. Flint. They left Friday morning for their new homo In llorhester. At u meeting or the rrrdltori of Charles I!. Scott ."i Co. of Barro, h"ld Friday before lUfiien W. X. Thirlnult In bank ruptcy court. Miss Mary Oram of Hudson, N Y one of tho creditors, testified that tho lost f",tV.v In tho Kranlto business formerly conducted by Mr. Scott. Miss Oinm vn the only eredltor examined. Miss Kmlly Chncr, a teacher at Mont t Her Seminary, I- to spend tho present milliner In Gcimnny studying the Ger man language. She sailed Saturday from New "icik. Tlio I'lalntleld express team, owned and driven by I,. H. Tucker, figured In a sensa tional runaway Saturday noon and shat tered the large plato glass window In tho A. 1). Kunvell stoic, beside damaging ono of tho doors somewhat. Tho team was standing In the alley across the street from the store, eating out of their feed brigs when they became frightened and 'on across the street. Chief John Durkon tried to divert them Into the side street but failed and they crashed into the store front. W. J. Itoyce has sold tho old Field res taurant on Lnngdon street to jr. II. Drew of Berlin. Mr. and Mrs. lloyco are mov I g to the Stlc-kney farm In ilerlln. Fi. T Cullen of the graduating clns-s of ' high school has entered tho Mnntpel I National bank to work till tho opening le college year, when he. will enter "ston Seminary, ns will also Rdmtind -i i '' AWn-ren Berry, Ixiuls Tommassl ft 1 llnrold Keognn. '"'hr teachers of tho rirblrc Reboots will r . iid their summers at thn following ptaei; Superintendent V. J. Browns ; in. bo In Xew York, Mr. Abbott In Bur 1 i or nnd Boston, Itobert Hlunpled In Nrwt'.n, Mars., Mlsa C. M. Grlswold In s Ji.i'iiiry. Miss Delta Collins In Mor r hie, Ml-s Bess-lo B. Bowers In this city cud MM llcbury, Mbs Ho-.vo In Waltsneld, Ml- Ii.i.kwell In Alburg. Miss Lewis In V u'.ster. Miss Agnes Doheny In X- ith'leld, ..llss Chamberlain In Uurllng tjii j'el Miss Williams In Newport. The graduating class of Montpeller S, e .nary attended Trinity Methodist ( 1 i Sunday and listened to a b.ieea- b ruto rnion delivered by tho Rev. A. 1.1- ip, V. V., pilnelpal of tho bchool. 'J auditorium was decoratfd with wild 1 wer nnd the class motto was nfflxcd i ir tho chancel. The members of the J t ir elas acted as escort anil pupils of the s hool made up tho oholr. This inn the opening event of commencement at the semlnaiy, tho week being filled wlih tbo various affairs Incident to tho closing of i-ehool. The gniduatln:r exer cises will bo held this morning at 9:S) in the chapol. Mr and Mrs. W. B. I'oole havo gone to Hoston, where Mrs, I'oolu will spend the summer with relatives. Mr Foolo Is to KO to Vancouver and Scittlu on prospecting tour. Ho recently sold his drui; store In this city to, L. C Rivers. Mrs. Nancy Richardson, who resides with JudKrt L It. Wells was seriously bruised and shaken up Sunday by falling down stairs at the home of Judgo Wells in Middlesex. Dr. M. F. McGuiro of this city was called. Ho found no broken bones, but a pair of glasses Mrs. Itlchard- ton was weaiinp cut a gush over her rlBht cyn that took several stitches to close. Mrs, Itichardson Is 70 years old and qultH feeble. Although the annual prljse speak Inn contest at Montpeller seminary In the only ovont of commencement week at that Institution for which an ad mission fee Is charged, tho chapel T lesday was filled and tho long pro j. nun was followed with iiutluKglnu Interest, The decision of tho Judges trill be mode fcnown after tho grad uating e.vrclscs this morning when tho prizes, all In rash, will be warded. The ten young- men nnd roung women, who competed to night, were chosen two months ago iftor a compotltivn or weedlmr out tontost, nnd slnco then the successful Hies havo been coached by Miss Ma Mo (lamllton. the Instructor In elocution. Tho program follows: "Hargaln Day it Tuft House," Charles X. Crandall; "Fourteen to One," Georgia V. Wells; "Gordon's Reprieve," Fred W. Marshnll; 'Tho Xlght Run of thn Overland," Carrlo C. Sleeper; "Tho Stranded Ship," Brenner C. Nlles; "The Child," Glenn 13. Morse; "Tho Great College Jlrrus Fight," Otho C. Williams; "Jean Vuljean," Lucy G, Swift; ''The fln of tho Cross," William H. Nlles; How Hugh Won tho Choir Medal," Tarrlo 11. Downs. A'oral ami Instru nental music was rendered. W G. Xyo of Xorth Montpeller, who Has In town Tuesdav, stated that he has ivlllidruwn as candidate for senator from )lm east sldo of WbshhiKton county and that ho will support Harry Denials, who represented I-3ast Montpeller In the I.egls (uturo of 15m. Judge H. W. I.yford of IVnrren will probnbly have no i position m tho west side. Barro has u senatoi' Ibis rear and J. W. Gordon, J. B. Dillon nnd It A llowo aro candidates. Shorlfr l'rank (I Tracy and F. J. Martin, Judg.-) of pro rate, will iindouhti-dly receive a iiimnl aious lenomlnatlon. It Is probable that 'Jeorge H. Dalo of Wnterbury will succeed U H, Wells of Middlesex as assistant udlfo and that .ludgo W. J. Clnpp of Itnrro town will bo retiomtnateil. State's (Attorney Gates has not yet decided nhethor or not he will stnnd for le-elec-llon. Burro has four candidates for that flllce. Tim resignation of Miss Coralo F. F.nst wood, Instructor In vocal muslo at Mont peller Seminary, lias been placed In the hands of the trustees. This department, wider tbo direction of Miss Kastwood, has made rapid strides during Iho past rear and her reslenatlon Is received with rwot She will (fo to her home In Tor Dl't'J, Out Tho Bov Homer A Hint, rector of Uu-lit Church, will nail from Now York noxt Saturday on tho American lino ttenmshlp St. fnul. Itc goon In charge of a party of 12 tourists, among them Miss Miriam Kimball, teacher of English nt Montpeller Seminary, Donald Falrchlld, who gtuduntcH today from that In stitution, and Mlsn Oraco nulkoy of Moretown. Tho party will tour tho British Isles and will sco tho Tasslon lay. Thin will bo Mr. Flint's third trip abroad In six years. A scml-niitiiint dividend of flvo per cent., pax-able July 1, has been declared by the ulrectors of tho Wotmoro & Morso Granite Co., of which Frank M. Corry of this city Is president. Tills is an lncronse of two per cent, n year over previous eai s. The wedding of Miss Sally Field Oviutt of this city and Lawrence Hamilton Gard ner of Buffalo, X, Y., which occurred yes terday afternoon at four o'clock at Christ Church vius a brilliant social event. Tho church was filled to Its utmost capacity and before the arrival of the brldo Prof. C. C. 1UK -emlered tho JUirgo from the Xew World Symphony and other popular selections. The Rev. Homer A. Flint won tho ofllclatliiK clergyman nnd Fred 13. Olen.son, Fi . U M. Bryan, Robert Bliss nnd Hubert Ji r'arqlinhnrsou acted as ushers. Dr Henry Ovlatt of Bangor, Me., n brother of he bride ,wm best man and Mrs. Robert B Furquaharson, maid of honor. The -ido was given away by her brother. Mr. and Mrs. Oardncr left on tho evening train for the Yellowstone I'nrk. Thoj nro to resldo In Buffalo, where the gi 1 m 's secretary of the Fierce Arrow Motor company. Among lhoi from out of town who attended tho wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Allen Gard- ner of Buffalo, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mc- Gulru of Boston Fred O'Brien, Mr. and ! Mrs, A. Burnham, Miss Kato Field and Miss Helen Whlto of Burlington. Tho , bride ban for e-. i-il years had charge of i the otllce force .it d work of tho Consoll- j cbited Ughtlng rm i,-any. Tho D K. lA'i Granlto company has ready for ph!pn-e"t a unique monument that Is to bo pin- d over the grave of J. i W. Ellsworth a' iv-nlra, X. Y. Kllsworth was for many i-us an engineer on the llrio railroad and on the face of the I monument Is cut i representation of en gine Wi7 that wok formerly run by Mr. I Bllsworth. Italln.id men who have view- I ed this work pronounce It well nigh pel- I ff-ct. The cutting was dono, not by nn Italian or Spanlnn1 ns Is usually tho ca-o In nn extra fine b of carving, but by a Frenchman named t.a Claire. A special car will be provided Oils morn ing on the Montpeller and Wells River mall train for t'n- M or more Shrlners ' who will go to X-ewport to participate In a field day and parade which Is to be headed by Gov. & "rgo H. Prouty. Miss F.mo M. Jack and J. Madison Bal lon of Boston weio married Wednesday evening by the Rev. Stanley F, BJom- field nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chnrls I Jack on Spring tieet. Mr. and Mrs Ballou left for Boston on the midnight j train. I The First Xatlonal bonk of Montpellei has declared u semi-annual dividend of ' 4 per cent, on Its capital stock, payable on and after July 1. This Is an Increase of 2 per rent, per annum over what the bank ho-s paid In the past. WA.TEKBURY. Tho delegates to the republican Ktnte convention aro W. J. Boyce, C. C. Warren, H. C. Whltehtll, A. A. Xnwcoinh. Andrew ICelley; Fleetwood mon, alternates, F lj, Knight, K. H. Camplioll. G. B. Moody. T. C. CXell, M. C. Barber; delegates to tho district convention are: C. C. Graves, Finest Xewcomb, H. H. Campbell, S. C Wheeler, J. F. Khlpmnn. The town com mittee are; Dr. D. D. Grout. H. C. Whlte- hlll, M. 11. Moody. The vote stood 71 for Fleetwood, 17 for Mead. In Duxbury Fleetwood delegates weru also elected, tho vote. l.elng 31 for Fleetwood, 20 for Mead. The delegates to tho State con vention nro: B. R. Demerltt, H. J. Parchor; district convention, F. W Huntley, Ai;l.a Durkee. Tho town com mittee, Arba Durkee, E. G. Miller, E. F. Foss, B. J. Avery. Howard Kennedy Mrs. Leonard Hart died early Fri day morning of heart disease. Majj Thayer was bom In Sharon S.1 years ago and married Leonard Hart at Montpelb about Oi years ago. They have lived r the village over years, T, In the pin In which she died. Mrs. Hart had boei. j a member of tho Methodist Church fm 50 years. Mrs. Hart Is survived by her husband, who Is S3 years of agu and r feeblo health, two daughters, Mrs. Frank Joslyn and Mrs. Harvey Atkins, both f this place. Two granddaughters also live In town, Bortha Joslyn and Winnie Atkins Smith. The funernl, because of the condition or Mr. Hart, was private and rai held from her lato home on i Main stteut Sunday afternoon at one I o'clock, tho Rev. W. C. Johnson otllciatlng Henry Irish died of pneumonia at tho homo of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Danlol IrNh, In South Duxbury Juno 14. Mr. libb was born August 20, 1S76. He leaves threo hi others, a. wife and ono son. The body was taken Saturday to Wotford tor burial, tho service being held at Clov erdalo Sunday at ten o'clock, the Rev. Mr. Kidder of West ford otllciatlng, -Tho Montpeller high school had a banquet and dance nt Wnterbury Inn Thursday night. The orchestra of tho school furnished tho music, Robert Hurnham acting as nceoiri panlt. A dance for tho nurses was held at the Vermont State hospital Thursday evening. At the filarial meeting of tho tiypatia and Pierian clubs held Thursday afternoon, the matter of having n lecture course this coming winter was voted down.-Chnries Keene, who has been I" P"ir health for a time, left Thuisday noon for Bildgeport, f'onn,, where he will spend a few weeks. Should his health permit, ho will then sail from Xow Vork for his old homo In England. The funeral of Mrs. I-onard Hart was held Sunday at one o'clock, the Rev. W. C. Johnson ollleintlng. The burial was In tho village cemetery. Tho bearers were nephews of the deceased, William. Se.ldon and Fred Thayer of Montpeller and Finnic, Jerome and Charles Hart of this place. Beklde those mentioned thero wero present from out of town Mr. and Mrs. Otis Alden of Montpeller and Mrs. Seldon Thayer. Tho funeral was private, only telatlvos attending. -Phillip Shonto ex hibits npple blossoms and apples on the same tree. He also has corn 10 to 15 Inches high. Mrs. Alice Kellogg has been spend ing a few days at the homo of tho Rov. K. 11. Kellogg, On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Slayton and .Miss Xelllo Kellogg came from Morrlsvllle nnd Mrs. Kellogg re turnfd with tht-tn. Mrs. Thum.is Carver lenialns In a serious condition. Ruth Thompson of Montpeller spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs. DoiaCllfton.- -Mr. arid Mis. Truman X'lchols of Haxtunu River are visiting Mr. and Mrs. James Crossott. Mis. Nichols Is a sUter of Mrs, Crossed. iMIkh Olllo Somervlllo has so far recov ered from her recent operation for ap pendicitis us to lesumo part of her work. - Kdwnrd O'Clulr has leslgnod his posi tion In Wallace Green's market mid Is working for O'Clalr A Analr.- Miss Fredi Moise, tluughter of F3dgar 11, Morse, was taken to Mary Fletcher hospital Monday for an operation for appendicitis, Mr. ami Mrs, Clyde Morse accompanied her. Harriet Maxwell Is spending a weok In Boston. Mrs, Ionlsa Watts Is qulto 111 and Mrs. Sarah Blair In caring for her, Rose Gibson Is upending a weok In More town with Mrs, .Morton McAllister. Tho meinoilul servleo held by tho Odd Fellows nnd IlobekalM Sunday uftarnoon wan well IpHHMMHHHHMHHMRsaKi MMCnMsMHKnHMHHBH mmmmmmKmmmmmmmmmHmmmmmmmmsm f Ct-i Car Fare Allowed to All Purchasers of $10.00 or over AMERICAN CLOTHING CO.'S 46 DEPT. STORES 38-40 42-44 AND 46 Church Street. BURLINGTON VERMONT. i Car Fare Allowed to All Purchasers of or over STOCK REDUCING SALE The cold weather for the past sixty days has left us with too many suits on hand at this season of the year. WE'RE FORCED to reduce the price in order to force the Suits out of our store. HERE'S THE RESULT. $9.00 MEN'S or YOUNG MEN'S SUITS on sale nt S5.00 $10 nnd $12 Men's or Youiik Men's Suits on sale nt $7.50 $15. and $20. Men's or Young Men's Suits on sale at $10.00 MIAN'S ?ALBKIU!AX, I'ndprvvear, short and lout? sleeves. Drawers nre double seated, in cream best, 2fc Knrnients, at 19c each. $.").00 Hoy's Suits, in Russian for the smaller ones anil double breasted Knickerbocker for the larger boys, including all wool Serges at.... $2.98 MEN'S KHAKI SHIRTS It) Doz. in all 39c each. 2,r)C "ATAVOOD" Suspenders 10c pr. MEN'S KHAKI PANTS, with belts, $1.00 value 39c pr. MEN'S BOX CALF, Illuchcr Cut Shoes, $2. values, all sizes $1.23 pr. 25c RUBBER COLLARS, all the leading styles.- 12Jc BOY'S KHAKI Bloomer Knee Pants, ,'iOc value 19c MEN'S HALF HOSE in black nnd tan. Regular 15c value, at 6c IMPORTANT SALE OF LADIES' AND MISSES' NEWEST SUITS, DRESSES, COATS AND SKIRTS. An unusual sale ! Right now when you most need these elegant garments, we're forced to sacrifice them, owing to the weather conditions the past sixtv days, which have left us overstocked. BUT IT'S YOUR GAIN. ELEGANT DRESSES AT $3.!)8. You'll find here Friday and Saturday, prettiest line of gingham, lawn and chambrny dresses, made in the newest fashions and elegantly trimmed, sizes to fit women or misses. Your choico only $3.98 LINEN AND WASH SUITS at SPECIAL BARGAINS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY $2.98-$3.98 and $4.98. SALE OF SHORT COATS Your choice of all $S and $10 Tan or Black Short Coats--Friday and Sat urday only $2.98 and $4.98 GIRLS' DEESSES Special bargains in girl's dresses at 98c $1.69 and $1.9S FINEST STOCK OF LINGERIE WAISTS IN BURLINGTON AT SPECIAL PRICE. We want every lady to visit our Shirt Waist De partment and to make it worth your corning we place on sale the following great specials Friday and Satur day in Lingerie Waists: $1. Lingerie "Waists G9c $1.50 and $1.75 Lingerie "Waists 98c $3.00 Lingerie "Waists $1.98 $4.00 Net Waists S1.93 $5.00 Taffeta silk wnists $2.49 wan I S18.00 Beoiiilu! Tailored Suits S8.75 Now for cool weather special. Your choice of any $18 Ladies' Worsted or Panama Suifl, silk or satin lined, Q ior this special sale your unrestricted choice 2bo.7 THE AMERICAN CLOTHING CO.'S RED 46 DEPARTMENT STORES, 38-40-42-44-46 Church St, Burlington, Vt. 1 1 m 5K i 1 m 11 m attended. ThB Ilcr. F, H. IOIIor prenrh cd an appropriate sermon. Trof, Georpro Howes presided at the orsan. H0I03 wtTt sunK by Mrs. H. i;, JoMyn and C. II. Hnteh. In thn cemetery, the work was In charge of tho noble itiands, Mrs. Ida Hat tie and U C. Miller. Mrs. R. B. Camp bell and J. F, Hhlpman served as chap lains and Jndfo Huntley ncted ui mar Hhal. WATERBURY CENTER. The funeral of Aaron AVattB was held at his late home Saturday at ono o'clock. Mr. and Mil. AV. II Anderson weru In BaNtons Hlver Monday and Tuesday of last week to attend commencement at Vermont ncademy. Their son, Klnyd, Kruduated from tho Institution fit that time. Dr, Foster was In Hurllnxtun Mon day to attend a Masonic mietlriK, Amoiit; those who attended the State encampment In Montpeller last weok were James .Sleep er, M. I. DIlllllKhum. J, O. Freeman, Aaron K. Smalley, Kura Conant, Will Woodward, J. W. WrUloy and Dr. 11. J. Foster. Members of the Relief Coi at tending the convention were: Adoluldo Smalley, .lesslo llnyis, ' Irudi: OHmore, Mary Conant. Clara Iiarnes, Mattle Huse, May Orenii,', mien N.nv comb and Mrs. William Woodward --Tho Ladle' Aid society of the llaplHt Church held a sociable Juno If., at Mis J. A. Gllmoro's. Mr. and Mrs. J O. Freeman were In WHitiillold Sunday. Mrs. Hlanc.hu Webster of Ilarton, who has bun visiting hero, Is spending a few days In Wurren. Mr. nnd .Mrs. WIIII1.111 Blmpson of Bouth Kyesato were In this place Saturday to attend the funeral of A I' Walls, Mr. and Mrs. li K Hrown nie the parents of an elitht pound hoy, horn .Monday morning. EAST WARREN. Mr. and Mrs. William Hound "f Sher burne, are vlaltliiK tholr dauifhtor, Mrs. M, U. Cloodspi ed. -.Mrs. Fred Klllott was In Randolph last Tuesday to attend thn BiaduatliiK exercises at tho normal school. --Howard StronK Is III.-Mrs. Isslo Cliuroh of Ixiwell, Mush., Ih vlsltlnif In town. Mrs Chiron Allen nnd daiiKhter, Hilda, of llarie aie vlsltinir In town. Mr. and Mrs, AJlxsrt Tucker out jtn(f weie run Into by nn automobile. Their inrruKe was broken but they esenped wllh ut Injury.-Walter l'lko of Hellows KrlK Is vlsltlntr his ilsler, Mrs. Alice Iti-h. FAYSTON. Tho Rv. and Mrs. W. A. Itemele of Waltsneld will occupy Camp Arborltum until Mr. Ferry's people of lleverly, Mass., come In July. Thlrty-flvo younc people S,ae Curtis W. Ciuyotto a buipiise party last Wednesday evenlnK.-Tho return came between F. A. C. and North Fays ton ns played Saturday afternoon on tho fair grounds, resulting In a score of '.'.1 to It In favor of F. A. C Howard Lons Is at home for a few days. At the re publican caucus, held In Fayston June 11, fi. J. Ixiiut and M. K. StnuiK were clectiil Mead delRKates to tho Slate convention, and A. D. Urtme nd S. J. Dana to the district convention. Tho Waltsneld and Fayston Telephone company have In stalled a telephone In the residence of W. A. 1'rrttt. SOUTH WOODBURY. Mrs. llwen nnd Myrtle lattice attended as delegates tho annual meotlns of tho Vermont CoiiKi'eKutlonal convcntlun, hold at Montpeller hist week. A few Invited friends of louvlna Sabln were pleasantly entertained Monday afternoon at tho home of her daughter, Mrs, 13, II Henja mln. In honor of her "Sth blithday. Tho ltov. W. It. Ktuart occupied tho pulpit last Bunday. 13. C Sabln and Wurren Uoodell were called back to Montpeller Cor further eervlc as Jurymen. MIDDLESEX. Nearly all of the schools In town closo this wewk.-'MlHs Isabella Martin of Bouth Koyalton spent last week In town. Mrs. Ida (Joodwlu and duiiKhter, .Mabel, went 'Inst Friday to Hoston to meet Wallace Ooodwin. Thuy will return this week. CieorKo llosworth of llerlln vlsltvd Cieorao Miles ami family tho first of tli'j week.-OeorRO Aleiander, Frank Wa.'l nnd Krwlu Cllbbs went Hunduy to Khol burno pond for 11 few dnys' HhIiIiik. Mr nnd Mrs. Wilbur Chandler and two chil dren ispunt lust Tliursduy In Hurllligtou vlsltiiiK Oeorsre I'haudler und family Mrs, .N'uney Hlchaidson, niother-ln-law of .ludk-e ells, fell down stairs last Sunday and was bdly shaken up. No bones were broken, but her glasses cut a sash !n her tace, ruiulrlnir three Htltches Mrs. Charles Alnsworth, who went to the hos pital In UurllliKton for treutmt nt several weeks uko, has had her operation and Is dnliiK well. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Carr and two children spent the w;k end in town as Kites Is of Mr. and Mm. Ltvl fwlft.cMr and Mrs. Ivl Swift and two children, with their KileMs, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Carr and two children, were In Montpeller to attend the baccalaureate sermon at Montpeller Seminary. Miss Lucy Swift Is ono of tho honorary pupils nnd Is ono of the speakers A few of tho farmers have benun liaylnn. Mrs. Kdlth Horsey of St. Albans was In town last Friday nnd Saturday as puests of Mrs. .Samuel KelloRK, - ileorKo Alexander and party returned from their llshliiK trip Tuesday nlBht 'Mr. and Mrs. JnniM Mackln were In Willtnmstown the first of the week. MORETOWN. Mrs. Jason Hill was In WaJtslUld Sat urday. E. CI. Atkins visited relatives In Montpeller last week Mrs. C. 1. Rlls Is working In Wnterbury for Mr. Lyford.--Miss Muiel Shea, who has been 111 for come time Is better. Arthur II niton of Utoton, N, H., vNlted In town Satur day. Harney Ollletto of Hurllngton was In town Monday und Tuesday on business. Mrs. Johnson nnd Mrs, I, S. Austin were til Wnterbury Wednesday. llnrry llruoo Is spending hL vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D, C), Bruce. Mrs. Hunlco Hunklns of Wnterbury was a suest Sun day of Mr. and Mrs. It. Child -Mr. nnd Mrs. Irvln Heiison of Montpoller wero guests of relatives over Sunday.--Mrs. Charles linulcy was a Riiest Thursday at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Hubbard lal iner. Miss Irene Child spent several days last week In Montpeller with her aunt, Mrs, C. H. McAllister. Mrs. Caro ltno I'nrker fell while cnmliiK out of the postofllco Friday and Injured her knee vory badly,. WINDSOR BETHEL. The J J, Carney Maliufacttirlnp; com pany, owners of tho M.Cu11ouh;1i farm In KoJMll. l ..xiv " .1. 1 Tlleti' i for an nrtltl. lul lake wlib h will bo at least 400 feet p.iuniv. Mi. Ciiriniy In tonds to develop tho location fur sum mer boarding purposes another se.i nnn. Miss Annn Hrown, teacher of F.iikIIsIi In Dean Academy, Franklin, Mass., nnd Miss Leila CtiHhlmr, both of this town sailed Tuesday fium Ni'W York on tho Ilambui ir-Amorlcan sto.ini shlp 'JtanibursT." us members of a travel paity which is schedulod to roach Naples July 3, and to visit tho principal places of Interest III Italy, Switzerland. Germany, Holland, Ilel Klum, Franco, Knuland and .Scotland, rtuurnltih- to Now Vork September 11, Miss Brown (roes us cliaperono of a party of slic ulrls u)t Including Miss Cushlmr, who shares her stateroom. A daughter was bom recently to Mr. nnd Mrs. Wallace J. Gould. Tho Kiad uatlniv exorcises of Whlteoiiib hluh school last Friday oveninfc weio of a hlli order, I'rlnclpal Walker pro seiiteil the students und tho diplomas weru presented by H. IT. Dlnsiiiore, for the board, The essays of the oc casion woio by l'aul Wilson (seconc honor), on "Comets"; llnhort Noblo, (third honor), on "Forestry"; ami Itobeit Hiuidy, (tlrst honor), 01 "fiol'l." Tho Illness of 1'oriost Hlos soni. a menibor of tho class, was niiicl roKiottod,--Hollln H. iloodoll is work IiimT In Lebanon, N. H, Mrs. Abblu Paine Is seriously 111 with pnralyslH at the homo of her dniiKhtor, Jdrs. L W. Clifford, -Thomas J. Abbott, teacher of mathematics nnd ntn'lctilttiro In the Johnson Nonuul school, Ih with his father, Iwls If. Abbott. Mr. and Mrs. Mnrtln H. Durkoo of South lloynltou, formerly of Hethol, will celebrate their 50th wedding unulversary July 2 Hothol I .oil pro. No. 35, I. O. O. F 1 .erved odd Follows' memorial day Sunday by atten'InK servlco at tha Mothodlst Church. BUGGY A OEARIOT OF FIRE. I'lltsford Farmer Created n Stir on Crowded City Mrert. Hutlnud, June 22 John Barnes, a Iitts ford farmer, caused no little excitement hero tuts niorulni; by drlvinir through a crowded business street oblivious of t' 0 fact that tuimeH poure.1 out of tho rear of tho bUKtry le.it on which ho sat, two feet Int.) the u'r The wind was Mowing In such a dlrectlini that he did not discover the tire until notified of his perilous posi tion Investigation showed that matt hn ho had under tho seat cushion became Ir lilted by friction and '.he excelsior llllltikf r.iUKht tire. The lourv whs bnd'v burni d and the back of the man's coat singed. 3.000 AT LOG ROLLING. I', (., I'leeteid One of the SprnUerN ufter rnriule mid Dinner. St. Jolmsbury, Juno iler S,C ! at tended the most mecossful loj r. ll'n; In tho history of tho northern Verm.'i: ; Lou ItolIlnK iisivi'luton, M. W. A , hel 1 on the fair frouuds here to-day The pr main Included a puiudo tliroiiKli the principal streets this niuinlntf. uUiut l"J belnn In line, business blocks wero de corated for the occasion. Dinner was served at the fair Krounds nnd follow Int.' weto spei-ohes by tho ltuv. Dr. S. C. Homes, welconiiuif tho visitors, Hon. Frederick o. Fleetwood nnd Dr. Harrows of M01 rlsvlllv, A. O. rainier of HurlliiBton ami the l!cv. Fetor Hlnclc of this place. Otlur le.itures of tho event were competlvo and cxhlblllon drills and a long program of itpoits. Tho local camp of Woodmen pavo a danco In their hall this evening, which was weU iittended. The association comprise lUii.ut a d"i4. i 1 T os In this part of t,,e State, 4