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THE BURLINGTON FITEE TT1KSS AND TOTES: TTTUTtSOAY, .TTNE 23, I!TT0.
1 Advertising In this col umn mil! cent a wonl, each Insertion. Copy muy bo clungod every wcp.1t, Gash In advance required. No advertisement taken which Is !o.is thnn twelve words, two lines. Special tprniM to advortl.-ers using from "0 to 1,000 lines within twt'lvu consecutive months POINTERS. OWSi.iiS OP FARMS who wish to hire hclji or to sull ii farm, Hhoiilcl use till column. Nearly C.0O0 copies ot t'i Is pnpor are sold every Issue and your advertisement would bo read oy many posalblu buyers. 5,wtf WAtfTED. (i 'Oil MAN wanted with (our good i. ir-fs to dtaw lumber, steady Job year round. W. 11. Carpenter, Cnilnth, Vt. 14Vltftw.lt. WAlTitnsHEn, experienced wantisl for smuttier season at Catholic Summer Sc'iC 1, Cliff Ilr.ven. N. V., noar Plntis burith Apply at onto to Ivers notehold er, 17 V en. 122nd Bt. Now Yorl; City. KS.d&w.tr WIRY WlULAN wants them. A bcauti i, l c r plated shirt wabit pet. Novel y c.Muk'JUe. ItHi silver. Robin Mall Or dei (u., 3S3 K. 161 St.. N. V. C. M.ivCt TAWr.P by manufacturing corporation, hrl,?,.t, 'iulck an J ambitious young nmn n n . Jcstreu to learn the business and woik .p. Must bo Rood and steady wo-k r and conio well recommended. Shit, upe. former employment and give references. I'. C. Hox ISO, city. lXi!.iJtC0,w2t HAPPENINGS IN YERMONT (Coiillniird from pane 1.) was able to resume work Tuesday morn ing. Fifty men will be added to thn Ver mont Marble toinpany's plant hero before the close of the month. Hcrnard Hums of Holy Cross College Is with his patents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Hums. Miss Ada Smith has a position with the mar blo company at Fowler. Hubert Mills, Jr., has gone to Hutland and fiom thero will go lo Illinois for an extended stay. Mrs. Ten llrooko of Toronto, Out., Is vis iting her sister, Miss Lille Dannls. L. ii. Stowe am! Kdward Stowe stinted for Illi nois Tuo.sduy with two Mot-Ban hoises from tho gotcinmi nl farm. Kdward Stowe e.petn to go to Idaho before re turning. Allan and Joseph Calhoun were culled to l'hiladelpbla this wrek to at u nd Ihe funeral of a relative. Miss Mar pat el Hope has tetnrned from Fanny Allen hospital. Miss Jull.i Hond has gouo to Boston and the beaches for a flvo weeks.' atay. VERGENNE3. Henry January was arraigned before Justice o. F. O. Kimball Friday morning on an Intoxication ehanic. This relng his third offence, he was obliged to disclose, lie said he got Ihe liquor from one Charles Holeomb. A warrant was Issued by tho State's attorney and. on being hi ought In to court, llolconib at (list plead not guilty, but later entered a plea of guilty and was sentenced by Justice Kimball to servo not more than live months nor less than four months In the county jail nt Middle but y, whcio he was taken by Olllcor Ro dette Ft May afternoon. January's case was continued for a few days. About 30 of the nelijhbfiin and friend, of Miss Anna Kingman Kave hr a birthday surprlso pirty nt the homo of her parents, Mr. and Mm. Mahlon Kingman, Friday evening.---Mls Mary Tappan of Rurllng ton is visiting Mrs. George Thornc. Miss Million Potter ot New York city and llirbert Potter of Middlebury Collego are visiting Dr. F. C. Phelps and family. Mrs. John Norton Is 111 at the homo of George Sterns and Mrs. Sears of Ferrls- burir la caring for her. -New has been received here of the birth 3t a nine pound on to Dr. and Mrs. George I. Cooper of Ant-el Camp, Cal. Mrs Cooper was formeilv Miss Cora Field of this FOR SALE t FINK GROWTH of standing Pino, Hemlock, Chestnut, Ash, Oik, P.Irch and Basswood In Southern New Hamp shire for salo. W. V. Fan, 77 Hnell St., Huilliigton. Vt. lOCd&wtf NOTICE. VOTICn how little it costs to tell thousands of readors In many towns of V rmont what you have to sell or what you wish to buy. Advertise In the Free Press and you will got re plies to your advertisement. 23,wtf Foi mo wantlnir a snuK Ilttlo homo irlth tl. bottom lenockod out on prlro nd ia. lest kind of terms. Several teres of ch'dee land, somo wood and Simler, beautifully watered with cood pleabant buildings on main road only t miles from vlllawo. fruit and thlr year's crops. HIehly worth fir.OO. Mv prlci- to quick buyer S750. $300 ra h down. For the nbovo bargain and nnyihlnir and evorythlni In farms of all size - and price- write 1 II. Mcf.lNM.1, Uiitipt. Joncdou, Vt. ARSENE BQUi UNDERTAKER, 168 North St. Tel. SS5 IiUHLTNGTON. VT. CnllK AiiNWL-red Iny nr XlKlit. Charles Weaver cut his hand qnlto badly recently whllo chopplnt?. Jmlo and Jtr. H. A. Jlasseltlno nro at homo from Mont peller. H, W, Smith went to Ione Point Sunday. Vllllam nutlor cumo near drownlnrr wlillo bathlhR In tho Hrlstol Mntiufae tttrlnn; pond Sunday afternoon, lln was lyliif; on tho bottom of tho pond when taken out by F, S. Mclntyro. Tho doctors worked n-- him nbnut two hours bofoto ho showed rIbiis of life. Ho Is all right now. Mrs. J. F. Lnmson of Handolph Is a RUest of Mrs. David llosworth. Miss Hazol Need ham has Rono to Cliff Haven, N. Y for the ntimmer. Funners aro becln nliifr hayliifi. Tho crop Is abovo tho nvoraKo. 1'otatoes and corn Is belnif rnplantcd in soma localities. Philip W'rlKht Is at homo from Ynlo College for tho summer vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Stevens and dntlKhter of Cornwall wero ftuests of lelatlves over Sunday. Mrn. llllen Kaslman and Philip Wrlt-ht nro quests of Mr, and Mrs. Kxra Ilralnnrd through com mencpinont weok In Mtddlebury. Mr. and Mis. Wilson Morrill of SprlitKlleld, Mass., aro the guests of relatives In town. A seven-year-old daughter of Henry White of Monkton was shot in the lei; Sunday with an old revolver In the hands ol a playmate. She Is dolnc well. H. 1.. lllvers of llurllni;ton was In town Tues day. W. A. Ln-iwrencp was In Hurllnirlon Monday. Thermometers reirlsteied dn irrces In tho shado hero Monday and yos tr rdny. Clrover Muko of Verrennes Is vis ItltiK his relatives In town. Mrs. Arthur Stevens and daughter, who have been vlsltltiK here with lelatlves, returned to Cornwall TucKdav. Her sNtei, MIk Ajiiv Sumner, went with her for an Indefi nite stay. Mrs. J. n. Wills went to New Haven, Conn., yestorday to visit her daughter, Mrs. C. It. Wilson. Principal A. C. Dlko of the Kssox Claslcat Institute Is a ijuest of his parents. Mr. mid Mrs. G. N. Dike. H. W. lty and A. W. Clove have ben at Thompson's Point this week on busi ness. T. S. Drake was In VerKonnes yes terday. Let ters aie advertised for Miss AKr.es Wtllier, J. Henn-tt, It. F. D. 1, James Pascoe. dtay Ila.-klns was In Hur tlnctnn yesterday. Miss Mildred Chupln Is spendlriK the week In UurlhiKton. mIhj Chnpin will lake part In tho Wilder pupils concert Junu LK. --The Upv. and Mrs. J. T. Hill havo been lsltlnn In Starhsboro this wei k.-D. It. SerKeant of the V. V. M. place. --Miss Dorris Hoblnson, a student at tho Vermont Academy, I pnssliiK her ' is at home. Mr. and Mrs. i:. W. Smith vocation with .Vrs. Cynthia Fluid. Mrs. have opened their rummer rvsort nt Luns Bather Hill ond Mrs. Walter Ilenness ot Point for the season. Mrs. C. M. Jlo- are visiting their niece, Mrs. Ipv1 TUs pcrcheron stallion weiKhiip; 1BO0 lbs., owned by F. C Gooilrlrh, will stand fur tho season at the sta blo of A. Z. Goodrich. 'Phone 84, Essex, Vt. !,Wlt. A biff timber trroum-f proposition. Hi, story h"use, ft barn with base ment, larrjo i.ui.-.r works, plenty of 'rult, p-ood toll, uo aires of old growth bard wood. 1.000 eords pulp, lots of fount; stuff -rowin(f. Only S'J miles n BOi d vlllaijo and depot. Price rn'y J3.50O, 1.000 cash, halanco easy. REYNOLDS REAL ESTATE 00. ICS VOl.l.V.GU STllHiC'r. ...EARLY... rurbons nmmi; early Vermont bookj which they do not care, to keep ar Invited to wr'te to J, U. HouUiwlck. Ilur Ineton, Vt. d-wlf F. WEBSTER CO. MMM Mopy Carbon Papers. Free Prcs3 Stationery Store. HSTATIJ OF Al.IU'.lir TOH'Ml STATU OF VI.HMONT, District of ci Itt nden. To nil porsuns concerned In tho cs lutu of Albert Towno late of llleh Jlulid, lu said dlstrh t, dceeased. (iui;i:TiNa: At a I'rohato Court, holdun at ilur (InKton, within and fur said district on Iho 2lst day of Junn, 1310, an instru Jinnt purporting to bo tho last will md tt-,tamint ot Allxirt Towne, luto 9f Itkhmond, In said district, do ruascid, was prosonted to tho court aforesaid, for nrohato. And it Is ordiued by said court that tho 12th day of July, DUO, at the Probata Court rooms In said Hurllnif ton, h assigned for provlntr said In utrumont; and that notice thereof bo Klvon to all pcrt-una concerned, by publlshliiK this order three weekH ,uo cesslvely In tho llurlliib'ton Weukly Vreo Prois, a uowspapur publlshod at raid HurllnnUin, previous to tho tlmo appointed. Therefore, you aro hereby notified to appear before said court, at tho Mmo and place aforesaid, and contest (he probate ot said will, If you havo HUM.', Qivun under my hand, at HurllnKtori, In said district, UiIh 21st day of Juno 1910. OHMAN P. HAY, f.2,w3t Jud;o. Hloomville. N. V., Kn.nddaiiKhler and 11 town. Kb-hnrd William. Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Smith, dlid Monday motn Itm'. A prayet service was held at the house In the afternoon, the ltnv. Dr. It. II. Davies ofticl.itinB nnd the body was taken to Walllncfonl for Interment. Miss Grace H. Kinsl.tnd leturned Monday fiom a visit to Mrs. Genrno I.. Kirk of Hutland. 1- E. Averj- Is on a business trip to lioston. -The Ladles' Aid society of the .Methodist church will meet with Mrs. H. H. Slack Friday afternoon. Mi s. Anna Flench of Rutland spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Jnmes llarnaid. MNs Ih'a Mi'iK.s has closed her fourth vear as tern her In the Colchester school and Is pislne; the summer with her parents, Mr. and Mr. D. O. Melts'. A Ferris-burs: team defeated the Sand Head tdno Saturday n the Grounds of the formor by a scoie of S to 5. A return inimo will be played at Pnnlon Saturday. Tim Hev. Dr. It. U. Daslos has returned after attcndliiR the commencement exercises at Marietta College, Marietta, Ohio. On his way home D;. Dales witnessed the recep tion of Col. ltoosevelt at New York city Saturday Tho fifth annual banquet of tho Ver Keunes hlKh school alumni association was held at the Stevens House Monday tveninu, 75 plates belu- laid. -Tho Hev. and Mis. Frank Chatterton and children of western New York aie vlsltlm; her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. K. J. llrHtoi. Mrs. Sarah Ward of New Haven Is vlsltlm; her daughter, Mrs. C. T. S. Pleire. The MK'u-s lma and Marlon Hreckenrldi;e of YcrnuMitvlllo, N. Y., are vlsltlm; their riandniothpr, Jlrs. Newell Hrcckenrldee, m l tl.ilr aunts, Mrs. H. Ia Klnsland nd Miss l'annle Hreckenrldi;o. MKs S.i.ih Pus-. of Keesnville, N, V., is vlsltlm; her father, F. 11. Fos-, and hor sister, Mrs. W, li. WVirner. Miss Huth Dickerson of Fon du 1ac, Mich., is visiting her cousin. -Mls Until Norton. Cecil Unnton and lamily and their i;uest are In camp at tho inko. Carl Field of Worcester, Mass., Is passim; tho summer with ils grand Molhei, Mrs. Itubpil SattiTlv. The commenocment exorcises of tho 'i rKenm.s hlnh sdiool woro held Wol ncsday ovenlnu In the opera house, which was tilled to Its capacity. The following pruKram was carried out: rivftime, "Welcome," orchestra; lnno atlon, tho Hev. H. S. Cobb; salutatory,, with essay, "Carlylo the Man and Writer," Hobert J. ISurrouKlis; "When Hie Hoses llloom Airaln," hlh'h ;ch(il chorus; commeaco intnt address, tne Hev. A. V. Harrlman of Middlebury College; class prophecy, fieor-re SU-ple; ' Hli;ht of lllr ls," Hlee, urihestra; essay, "Hlyher lCiliicatlon for Women" and valedictory, Clara P.. Clark; "The Dollar Pilncess," Fall, orchestra; pie-intatlon of diplomat, F. I.. Fish; an- iioimcement of honors, Frank I.. Sawyer "Romance In Hosiland," K"JKenp, orches tra. The exercises worn followed by the blRb lehuol dance. BRISTOL, Lincoln is to havo an old-fashioned 4th ol July celebration. Thn annual picnic and business meetlnn of the Outlook tluh was held with Mrs. F. It. Dlck-rni'iii Fri day afternoon Instead or at Cain's hill as planned. Olllcers v.eic elected as follows: presldint, Mr'. William Hukiim; vi - presidents, Mlis llvelyu Dumas, Mrs. H. L. Sherwln; secietiuy and tieasurer, Mrs F. H. Dickerniaii; asslHtant scci clary. Mrs. L. V. Hates; musical dlitMioi, Mrs, I'. L. Shackett.-MIss Floienco Hpramio lslted friends lu New lluveu last week. Tho deb Kales ti. the county convention Junu aie; C. II. Il.itliurne, A. H. Kib t uin, L'. W. S'.irney, L. O. Chapln, W. M, llui-'hes. W. i: Hanks, OUn Winn, II. C I'U'.br, '. H. Uitluop, A I'ci, .ism, P. H urvls, l'.dwaid O'liiMin. tl Y. Fair, Hairy Jlmmo, T. C. Vni'ii'. il C Pal mer. Fhu pupils In ills! rl i No. C havo taken iho examinations foi hih school. The barKaln-hunter" who studies tho ' U also u baifaln-fliider. COMlllSSIOMMtS' NOTII.'ll. llslnlr of I.phIih II. 'I'll Icoll, Wllllhtoii. The underslKiied. havlnp: been np oolnted by the Honorable Probate Court for tho District of Chittenden, roinml'-loucrs to receive, oxumliio and adjust tho claims and demands of nil persons against the eslati of Lewis II. Talcott, Into of Wlllltitou In said district, deccasod, and all claim exhibited In offset thereto, lieieby lve notlco that wo will inoct for the purpose aforesaid, at tho Into resident of thn deceased In tho town of Wllllslon lu said dlstrlut, on the third Fridays of July and Decem ber noxt at 10 o'clock a, m on each of said duys and thai six months fiom tho 17th day of Juno A. I). 1910, In the time limited by said court for said piudltors to present their claims to us for examination and allowance. Dated at Wllllslon, this 17th day of Junn A. D. HMO. WILLIAM M. 11AU1IHH. H, S. JOHNSON. 63,w3t Commissioners. worth lb nt nome from a visit with rela tives In Fast -Middlebury. Mrs. T. C. Vnrney was a suest of Miss Jennie Sher wln yesterday. T. C. nnd II. H. Vnrney have 7T, acres under culthntlon this year In corn, oats and potatoes. They havo a dairy of M cows. Mrs. R. S. Avery, Mrs. H. C. Murtln, Mrs Murr Hourne and MI.ss Hessle Avery are at Lorn; Tolnt this week. SHOREHAM. Miss Worth attended tho Huntley- Swett weddlni; In Leicester Junction last Wednesday. Miss KtheJ Huiditt Is pass im; a few days In Port Homy before re turning to hor home In SprlUKlleld Miss Winona. Ilurdltt Is passliiK a few days In WallliiKford. Friday ovpnlnfr last, the pupils, H In number, who bad paved tho hlfjh Bchool examinations (ave rhetorical exercises Interspei sed with sliiKltiK In Ac.ndemy ball.- -Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Glbbs of liridport p.usscd Sunday at A. n. Tot tlnaham's. Miss Mehnn of the telephone exchanKK has returned fiom Tlconderoga. Last Sunday occurred the postponed Children's day exercises, the homu de pal tment and Sunday school nieetluKT. The children were assisted by an orches tra composed of .Miss atnode, 11. ami A. Patnodc and II. Vnrd. The Junu mis sionary incHtlng will bo held Ju le 27 with Mrs. A. J. Cook of Hlrhville, when Miss Gibson of Now Mexico will tell of her work In that mission Held. The youm, ladles of the church are especially in vited to be pre-ent.-Mr. and Mrs. Collins nro taklns a carriage drive to Sprlm;-Ht-ld. Miss Pratt, who has bon carlm; for W. H. Stokrs, returned to Rurllm; ton Tuesday. Mrs. Kidder is entert.iln Ini; her sister, Mt-s Hazel Johnson of lltirllngton Mrs. Su-an W'rlftlit and Miss WriKht are passim; the week m .Middle-bury.- Mr and Mrs. Sydney Fletcher passed Sundav In Tlconderoga. Tuesday afternoon. June 11, Hands Cove ( inpter. Daughters of the Amerlriin Rr, olution, held their annual inee'lns at tl e plpas ant home of Mrs. James K. M" e. Tlie reports of the officers were road and accepted. Then followed thn election of olllcers: Regent, Dr. Mary M. Piatt; Ico-ri'Bont, Mrs. Clara It. Delano; secre tary, Mrs. Florence II. Wltherell; treas urer, Mrs. Helen S. Wells; registrar, 'Mrs. Olivia G. Cook; historian, Nellie A. Vottlns-ham Mrs, James H, Mocro sanif, Mrs Charles Cook i;ave a piano selection, and Mrs. Fred K. Piatt read. After a so cial hour ref rcMnnents were uered. EAST MIDDLEBURY. Orreu Nelson of Salisbury and Mrs. Knto Pratt of Hutland were minled at Iho homu of her sister, Mrs. Samuel Pierce of Sallf-bury, June ID. Airs, C. M. llosworth of lirlstol, who vldted her bruther, A. A. Hoardmun, has leturned home. Tho Hev. li. W. Hallo ell, who Is suffeiinK from nervous prostration, is coins this week to his hum" In Philadel phia. Penn.. for treatment. The Good Tel.lplars aie to hac an he inani sale nl the hall June 21 to pay lor a new piano Just put chased. T.INCOLN. .Miss Gertrude Vnrney has ,;one to Loon Lake, N. , for thn summer. Miss llarnum of Monkton is vlsltlm; her cousin, Mrs. JoMe Morgan. Tlie Vnrney leunlon wns held at Geori;o Varney's, June Ifi. Thero were 132 present. A line pioninm was carried out, niter which tho follow lu' olIleeiB were elected: President, G. H. Vnrney; vice-president, G. W. Var liej , sei retaiy, Mrs. G. D. Draper; In usurer, Kdwln Hutterlleld. Tho noxt icuuiuu will bo held nt .eno Pago's In Hrlstol tliu last Thursday In Juno, 1911. SALISBURY. Dr. nnd Mrs. O. M. Hump are In Mid dlebury durlm; commencement weok. Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Grlswold havo ro turned to their homo lu Pennsylvania. Miss Jennlo Seoley Is vlsltlm; at tho lioma of Fdwaid Seeley In Middlebury. Mr. and -Mrs. Reynolds and family nrn ut tho homo of Smith Seeley, Miss Cora llallentlno has been eiitertnlnlntf Mrs. lillza lUiblnson of Noyan, P. Q lor porno tlmo. Mrs. RoblnEon has now Kono to Ilntudon. Inst week thn foUnwinir dnleffatcs wcro f!ected: State, M, Y. tMyrlck. O. V.. Glbbs; district, fl. F. Kollaco, H. L. llemnnwayi county, fl. F. Bolhce, C. U I'arish, J. O. Sunderland, O. D. Payne, J. C. H. Hamil ton, J. N. Hpauldlnt;. Tho Hev. Clnudo Severance will occupy tho dosic nt tho CoiiKiofjatlonal Church Juno 23. ADDISON. Ono of the prottli-nt homo weddlnps was solDinnlied on tne ovenlni; of Juno IB, when Miss Kvn Julia Smith became tho wlfo of Iank lleori;e Wood, tho wcddliiff laklnr; place at the homo of this hrldo's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Smith. Tho ceremony was performed by tho Hev. C. T. Heckle, the shiKle rim; scrvlco belnr; used. The brldn and Kroom were attended by Wilbur Smith, brother of tho bride, and Gladys Hamblln, cousin of the bride. Tim party stood under a larso arch of cvor-R-roen and sweet syrlima. From tho top was suspended a horseshoe and In tho middle of that wns a whllo weddlni; hell. Tho brldo was attired In whlto m.issallne silk and carried hrldo's roses. Thn maid of honor wns dressed In whlto lace over pink. Dainty refreshments worn served by Mary Crane, Clara Clark, Jesslo Will mnrth and Leola Putman. In tin; next room tho punch bowl was attended by S.ha Hamblln nnd Holly Wood. Mr. and Mrs. Wood are speiidlm; their honey moon In Worcester, and on their return they will reside at tho Wood home. George Wlllmnrth, who has been attend- UK school In Now York the past year, has returned home. Misses Curilo nnd Flora Wlllmnrth, who havo been nttendhiK school at Middlebury, are now at homo. Mrs. C. II. Marshall Is In Castlnton to at tend the uradnatln-c exercises. Her daugh ter, Clatlbell, Is a member of the class. May Tracy and Harriett Smith went lo Shelburnc last week to atlond graduating exercises. FERRISBURG. The Indles' Kntertalnment club will meet with Mrs. C. C. Field Friday. Mrs. Louise Tupper and .Miss Mernerla Awry attended the Roman drama at Mlddloburv CollCRn. Tho W. C. T. P. will meet with Mrs. William Nichols Saturday, July 2. Thirty-five friends Rave Anna Mint-man a surprise party last Friday evenlni;. School In tho Winn district closed Friday, Tho attendanct. for tho term is 91 per oont. Richard IrfiFIam has a perfect attendance and Ioiena Sturtevant has been absent one day. Children's day exercises will bo Riven nt thn Methodist Church Sunday evenlns, July Z. MONKTON. Donahue creamery pnld $1.2S for 4 per cent standard milk, or 32 cents for butter fat for tho month of May. The monthly pay-roll umounled to I7,Wi0.14. STARKSBORO. Miss Kathleen Soyles of Huntlmrton is visiting at n. H. Wyman's. Charles Whlto has returned from LanslnK. Mich. Ills brother, Gcorsc White, of IJuttlo Creek, returned with him for a viidt of six or seven weeks. Thn new town hall Is now belnB pnlnted. It Is expected to bo completed In three weeks. Tlie Rev. D. Hrown pt cached In Monkton last Sun dny evenlm;. Tlie C. C. C. meets this wee.t Thursday with Mrs. Sylvia Hrown Frank Ferpuson and Guy Sears wero at Thompson's Point llshlnK Tuesday. Mr. Sears was taken very sick while there. Laban Hill Is able to be up araln. The schools close r rlday. Children's day was observed Sunday. A very Interesting pro Ki'am wns j;lvon befoie a large audience. CHITTENDEN ESSEX JUNCTION. Richard L. Thomnii and Miss Addlo Hello Williams of Fort Mthan Allen wero man led by tho Hev. Mr. Compton Wed nesday Juno 15, at tho Haptlst parson nun. Invitations hn been received hero for thn ordination to tho priesthood of Wil liam S. Neonan which will tnko placo at tho Sacred Heart Church In Denver, June 2.7. Mr, Neonnn Is a brother ot Mrs. J. A. Donahue of this placo. Tho Inst meeting of tho FortnlKhtly club for the season was held with Mrs. James A. Donahuo Friday afternoon. Olllcers woro elected as follows: Presi dent, Mrs. II, O. WTiltncy; vicc-prosldojit, Mrs. Fishier; secretnry and treasurer, Mrs. Alfred Webstor. Mrs, W. G. Ste vens has Invited tho club to bo hor Kiiests at camp at Mnlletts bay nt a later date, The week of Rrnduatlon exercises of the hlwh and uramimii' schols beKim Sunday evenlm; when the Rov. C. C. Adami), pas tor of tho CoiiKiesratlonal Church, deliv ered the sermon to the ffraduatliiK class. Mr. Adams look as his subject, "The Serv ing Life," as tho Ideal of tho present ni;e. Tuesday oenlnc; tho graduating exer cises of the ninth irrade took placo In tho Congregational Church as follows: WARM IIMR AFFECTS CONTEST Group Two Is Standing tho Heat Pretty Well But Others Aro Somewhat Wilted To-day. Tho only chani;o In Group No. 1 of tho Free Press votlnir contest toilay Is an Increase tnndo by tho leader, Sanford J. Ia Pierre. Ho climbs rlht alont, whother or not there la pres suro from behind. C. IJ. Mooro Is back nt tho head of Gioup No. 2 with over two hundred thousand votes. Mrs, Hawley Is sec ond and tho olhor candidate with claims on tho best places aru scramb ling nlonK behind. Thoy nro all evi dently w-orklru, however, and they havo accomplished a Rood deal In spite of tho hot weather. Group No, 3 Is looking protty sickly COMMENCEMENT AT MIDDLEBURY Honorary Degrees for Julia 0. If Dorr, W. P. Stafford, H. W, Hill, Irving Bacheller. nnd wilted to-day for thorn havo been but three pbunpj since yesterday and !oftr a few pixf.it'.ry it of hero recent u juim Piano duet, Mlldied Teachout and Lcono lhoy ,iro DJ. camidato3 down In thn Pubuko; declamation, William lrarroro. ' Inla(i0 of lhn Broup. Group No. I Teachout; recitation, Kvn. Jiarj' wiiuo; declnmatloii, Krnest Darold Thompson; piano solu, Mndellnn Sophia MudBCtt; recitation, Mildred Teachout; declama tion, Orvllle James Ynndow; recitation, Ruth F.mma Andrews; tons:, Mlssns Whit", Teachout, Mudirett, Hubuko; dec lamation, Harris Kenneth Drury; recita tion, Leono Gladys Dubuko; declamation, Gordon Wheatley; piano solo, Mario Jor dan; recitation, Glrnnn May Smith; declamation, Itavmond Straus, recita tion, Marie KlUabeth Jordan; piano solo, Mildred nilzatietli Teachout; declamation, Frnest Seymour; recitation, Madeline So phia Muilffett; declamation, Honry Mar vin P.aldwln; award of ccrllllcates, Rupar ir.tcndent C. D. Howe; pi.ino accompani ments by Mis. A. T. Arkley. This evenlm; the exercLsca of tho graduatlnK class of tho lilfh school will bo hold at tho samo place. Tho pro gram will Incltldo tho following: Address, "Making History," Prof. James F. Mes senger; oration, "Tho Dlllioultles of Hall way nuildlni; Across Canada," Charles FrancH tJdwln; essay, "Fmt Tlcon dr rosfa." Hary Alvlna Clark ; essay, Henry Van Iykc; Hula Marjorlo Douq:ln.s, e.ssay, "IIiiKllsh n-cplorers of tho Sixteenth Cen tury." Ellon Addle White. Tho -craduates are: Charles Haldwln, Mary Clark, Iila ixmslas and nilen White. Filday even ins the alumni will bIvp a reception to tho f?raduates In Music hall. William II. Johnson & Son. proprietors didn't do a tti 1 nt? and Group No. 5 did only a llttln hotter with a few addl t'onnl votes In two caBos. Twnnty-Hvo yearly subscriptions to the Frco Press, paid In advance, will brlru; 100,000 votes.. Moreover, the Free Press will -jlvu dress suit cases as special prizes to tho five contestants (Continued from pnp on) plo of this and other States. IrvliiK Ilncheller, tho novelist, next culled upon. His subj"-1 wis Modem Author and II!- .Vo'k" speech wns full of ch "ry w, and Kood !sise. He dwelt t V i.'i I greater elmpllclty In our nmlerri and said that tin- -I'.t'or w wi- make a lastlm; .:nrr. - P. i t , lie mind must nppi il ted t . of our cities, but li tv. uu. try people, who are ll r a! ... i or our national life Mrs. Julia C. It. I'nrr. V-Trom' lau-eiite, was tin. n- i . - si received with ert1. r n th tl e i GTMINASJl.'M FUND i MP;.. I Ilef..rt lntrodU"in ; t),. . -(t Prisldpr.t Thomas u.,,. i,ri f y t I tory ol ihe M'-Cuiloui b hM -i ,.!. : jot $," . and It. k. the v. come I Hint the tritn! 'it loir.t ,. i (. r , ilr. 'I ,r othy (.roM i.i 1 -,,-t I spoke i,f v ilnnit the p .rt , . .1 first cnstltiK 100,000 votes before Juno,,. , . . " UI "J "" ' ' ' .... . .. ' . that mut i . wlnw.l '.v V.l.'d.i, 23rd, under tho following conditions 1st, not more than olio of tho contest-fl-.ts may lle in Hurllriifton; 2nd, only subscrljition coupons Issued later than June 7th will count. This la so that nny contestant who may Im holding back votes will havo no advantage over those who work hard from now on to capture a suit rase prUe. Get busy! The standlntr to-day Is as follows: anoup o.is gfinrord .1. I.n Pierre, Fletch er's Shoo Htoru 2sn,14."5 Knlhprlnp rinney, 102 Pearl.. SUMO."! J. M. Sn fiord, 200 Pearl 137,403 Wltllnni .1. SlnipHon, 60 nim- wood 2.,, 1 4.1 Mnry A. Primler, 146 Williams 7,an t;noi;i two C. II. .Iloorp, IHnesbtirp 204,DM Mrs. S. G. Ilnwley. Pun ton.... IIUMIBI Clde llulburt, Middlebury l!S0,0ss Stellu C, l iiniNwortb, Kssex.. I I5,!I1S tmnlnc; o' t -tiosu n . Hon. If. i . I' tv f ,r t ton, D. ',', . ,s.,l th'- pi. u-, a, poi-m In an,'..- t" the t. ., ' proposed h I'l-esiil.-nt V ., i AL' M N I MHLTIM,. n a t The nnmi . ' Associated . r lee chapel : Thonins II. V V'., wns elt . Wetheroll. 'C. Iness ! . i tint; ' wns lie'.J In i .ornlni? at nln' Til. r' 11 1 1 , "ldent ati'l .V. 'dlobur ', JACKSON-NII SS 'a EDjJING. Marrlnco of lli,rr!s itlr I'poplp u nr I lllllll SlK-l-l It'llt, Morrlsvllle, Ju-r of Lako Champlain creamery, paid $1.:iMIk HikiIp llrottn, Ullllston I :i,7l7 HANCOCK. Jliss Mary Chllds of Oranvlllo vlslteo friends In town last week. J. II. Church lost a valuable horse from code last week. The Ollvu Hr.mch will meet Juno 20 In the town hall to tie a quilt. James Free land has moved his furnlh In one part of the Church house, occupied by B. Gloa son. ORWELL. F. L. Molfett of Allston, Mass., Is hero to spend thr summer. Miss AIlco Crahen Is Hi at C. M. Cook's. V. H. Hush and M. L. Abbott attended Grand Lo.li;e meet Iiik In Hurllnmon last week. At the re publican caucus Tuesday, Juno 14 Mead delegates were elected. Mrs. J. H. Wil cox left last week to be present at thn ciaduatlon of her daughter. Ruth, at elleslpy, Mnss. Mrs. C. N. Tlrainard is at her farm hdo. comln;; from Northamp ton, Mass., a tow days since. A. R. Hush KOff, lo Albany hopltal for treatment this week. Quite a little hay will bo cut this week. Homo yood i;rnss h'is lodged so there will be a loss unless cut, and It Is very Kreen. The potatoes in some Kar dens are so t.i 1 that It is hard to hill them without brenklnq tho vines. The outlook for fruit is fine. SOUTH STARKSBORO. About a) frum this place attended tho Vanity reunion In IJnculn Inst vrok - The Jerusalem school, Miss Julia Rider of Hrlstol teacher, cio-ed Frldsy with a picnic School In Orvls district, Miss Mohan teacher, closed Tuesday. Mrs. Mary Voiim; has returned from a visit of several wepks In Huffalo nnd western New York. Her sister, Mrs. Nootnl Purlnton, accompanied her as far as Proc tor, where she Is vlsltlm; her Kiand.on, Lllsha Follansbeo, and family Mr. and Mrs. Fied Wilsht havo koho to Taunton, Mass , wheni they have positions for tho iimmer - claieiicp, younuest son of Mr. and Mis. Llndley Hlrdsall. who uruduated last week at Oakwood Seminary, Pnlon Pprlrifts, N. Y.. Is home for the summer. Mr. and Mrs. n.inlel Hallock visited his sister, Mrs. Waller Hintr, In Huntington .Sunday. NORTH F3RRISBURG. Thn Ladles' Aid society will hold a sociable on tho church la '.mi Saturday eve nlnj;. The annual reunion of the Hall family will bo held tn-dav at the ratURO of Clark Webb at Lonir Point. .Mrs. Lilza Hardy of Coiunril, N. H., Is vlpltltiK her sister, Mrs. Lucind.i Allen, and other relatives nnd friends here. Miss Julia. You of Milton Is visiting here. School In district No. 1 closed last Fri day with lntnrostlnp exprelsps by the children. Miss Turner has returned to her home In Middlebury. Carrol KliiKslatid lias letuined from the Rockland Institute it Wost Lebanon, N. II. Ml"s Piarl Potter has leturned from Poultney. Mls Inei! Martin has ,;one to Kavtons Hlr, whete she has an olllce position Ghuko iott or uiitlnnd Is at his dailBhtei's. Mis. M. F. Muzzy. Ir. Collins has bouuht an automobile. for standard milk and II. 2S for cream during tho month of May. - ho graduating exercises of tho gram mar rchool wore hold in the Congrega tional Church Tuesday. A largo num ber of tho relatives nnd friends of tho graduates wcro present to enjoy tho well rendered recitations nnd muIc. The graduates are William Trafford Teachout, Kva May White, Li nest Darold Thompson, Madallne Hophla Mudgett, Mildred F.lizabeth Teachout, Orvlllo Jame.s Yandow, Ruth Kmma Andrews, Harils Kenneth Drury, Ieono Gladys Dubuke, Gordon Wheatley, Glenna May Smith, Raymond Straus, Mjirtc Kllzaboth .Tonlaii, Krnest Heymour. Henry Marvin Haldwln. The certillontes were awaided by .Superintendent C. D. Howe. Tho church was beautifully decorated with palms, ferns, hydrangeas, peonies and daises. William Douglass, who sustained a broken rib and seoral biulses by being thrown frum a team In Hurllngton last week, Is recovering and Is now able to walk about. A colt which was being led became frightened and jumped on the wagon, tipped It over and threw Mr. Douglass out. Tho marriage of Ralph Gorton to Mls Alice J. Andrews, daughter of Mr and Mrs. John Andiows took place yesterday at noon at tho farm of Mr. and Mrs. I.vlght Hlater, where they reside. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Mr. Crunipton, pastor of the Haptlst Church. They were attended by Mr and Mrs. Fred Andrews of Huntington Mr. Andrews, being a brother of tho bride. Little Miss Caiiotta Slater played tho bridal chorus from "Lohengrin." TUo brtdo wore a blue traveling suit and ear ned pink and whlto rnrnatlons Mrs. Andrews also woro blue. The rooms wero prettily decorated In pink nnd wllte. Among thoso present from out of town were Guy Gorton, father of tho gi m, Mr. and Airs. Krnest Gorton and Mrs Cl.irenco Andrew of Richmond, Mr nnd Mr. Dayton Andrews. .Mrs. Parker lonos t-nd Iris lilgley ut Huntington. Mr. nnd Mrs. Gorton have gone on a short wed ding trip, aftor which they reside here. Hrown's River creamery paid for sinnil- nnd milk In tho month of May Jl.S per hundred. BRIDPORT. Tho Congregational Church has extend ed a call to the Hev, Mr. Kvnns of Nelson, N, Y. A son was born to Mr. nnd Mrs. Herman Wltherell June IK, 10, A, Langloy of Hurllngton was here lat week lu tho Interest of the Mutual Llfo Insurancu company. Mr, and Mrs. Harry Illnghnni nnd daughter of Miusarhusolti havo re turned to their home.-iMis, A. i Hlnehuin Is tho nurse at llermoii Wltherell's. V. H, Honnott held an miction Juno 7 for tho sale of vnrlous things, Including his old nomo. .Yiiumo itingnam or esi . onv wall recoutly visited hor grandparents hers. At tho republican caucus held hero CALED0NBA HARDWICK. Joseph Mark of Harm was n visitor In town Saturday -Mr. j. V, Coimnt visit ed her mother, Mrs. R. I,. Currln, at Morrlsvllle Monday. W. T. Thomas and wlfo of Jericho spun part of last week In town.-MIss i;(, Wuldron of Kuos burg visited her sister, Miss Ktlla Wal dron, over Rumlay, -Children's day was observed nt thn Methodist t'h.ncli Bun day evening. m,, f) nickford and children are visiting HoiinliiBtoii. t 10.S33 7 2. (10,173 (t.t.lM M.I'.OK 31.4SI 3(1,074 Stl,IOO 2 1,110(1 a;t,oi :2,ri72 20,24 i R.4US 1 4, MO . ... 2,10!) I Ilrrt W. n.stey. Hrlstol .lennle Ilrlu-u.. Kerrlsburg. . . . Mrs. .1. S. H'luc. Cornwall.... Mrs. Iluttln Pntttbone, liridport AMnnlfrcd J. Flynn, Milton.... Vern .11. Pntrlck, Illnesburg. . . .Mrs. w I.. Porter, Ferrlsburir Mary S. Kcnliin Goshen Cnrrlo Thoruton, Ksox Junc tion .Mltdrrd n. Moraun, Lincoln.... lllr A. TiMtlii(liiiiii, Shore ham Clirwter II. l'rrcl-ul, Khclburno f'lnru i;. l'ltts, Colchester C.lrnun MoIIpn, Underbill i'lnrii I.. Fnj, Wostford Mrs, A. G. Cook, Westford. . . . Mrs.. M. M. Sublux, Rolton.... Mildred liny. Rlpton .1. W Miinlork, Middlebury... Cnrl I.. HeuNon, West Addi son Prances llrndford, Charlotte.. Arllp II. DiKloii. Goshen Stmiloii Wixxlmnn, Waltbam.. Myrtle II. Stone, Granvlllo Mrs. II. McCorinack, Fort Ethan Allen GHOt'l' THIIUB Mrs. w. W. C'hutTcr, No. Shel don 2f)S,OP0 Clnrn Finn, St. Albans 172,:tS3 Clliford AxhlHinl. St. Albans., ino.sno Mrs. v.. f. HuM.ell, Stowe.... Mrs. .Vclllc Crnnp, Monisvlll.) 1". A. Knir, netcher Mrs. Humird Unuilni, .Mont gomery Helen Jackson Hunt, Johnson Mi. Ilualt'e llunkina, Wter bury nrllH Grrnrory, Fairfax Dnlsj- U. Ilenls, Hakerslield. , . Donald Iliiuua, lllghgate Mix lOllia Mulligan, Swauton Ml Iluirl Tucker, Jeffrrson vlllo .Mm. Alice Allen, Fairfax Marlon Ntnuley, Georgia JUNU Iij-dla i W-IIrr, Northfield GROUP FOUIt .Mrs. n. II. Ilohnunon, Alburg. Ill" I.uurn II, McGostbh. Grand Islo Addle II. Poimrtt, Alburg C.cnl Papulose, North Hero.. Jim. Heary llrovtu, Alburg.... KiiKene C, Trbran, Grand Isln I.. Lucille Prcaa, South Hero.. I.ncjr C. Staar, North Hero,.,. filtOUP "IVB Ilcrlba A. Io--ell, Randolph.. Miss lift Nile.-, d.. . lb-rt A. Nlles. i took place at the I ' :.. i pal Church this n'.'i ' tho Rov. W. T. He..; ;.. r mony. f'rcs;edtng thn servk Powers rendered tb Love," Miss Orace From the Fide door t- ch rgypian, tho groom Walter K. Jackson brother. Tlie bridal pari the center aisle to the I Wagner, played by Mls .narringp ' Tr and " a i"lln J' -i llt i.- - 3 f vir , , . ... l; i-c M. - Ge s o "1 erfoi. jm;i-r.t, 'i -.iTc'.itl-if - best ',' i-i, .'llng'o- . i . 1 . aned if a i 1 1 chor -s y iteati'ce In"- bour of Montpeller, In -'.e follow! , il 4in ' "shers, Ievi M. Mtinson t nd ' A. Walte, the flower girls. Misses Pr 3 Hates. Marjorle Hlckford, Hnrhnra ... -more and Dorothy Walte, the 1 maids, Miss .Van Wombell Mid M i Hlnncbe Peck, the matron of hoeo- v Lula Nlles Spaulding of Montreln.- . v sister of the bride, tho ring beare- M'-1 Seltna Strong of Hyde Park, an'. t the groom, and the brldo leaning ..r arm of her father. The Kplscopnl ring serv'e was . and at tlie close . f tl . rem , ' ( bridal pal t U ft tin- . 1 m b -o Pip t . . 1 17,742 of "Tlie M Idlng M..r n. i Mini i' ,.,'-, s,ls'" A,lc? r!IIt'. nc ..e-.. r - lei " i 1 ll Grace U-dell. 14.1157 i The church was beai:ttf-i!'y ,1. . r 1 12,-siM) i with white daisies. Hack of tb, - thero was a solid ': .f eerfc- ii' ross which was a larg. !w of wt ! du Isles, tho ends forntr 'estoons i . in- posts. On elthei s:.' of the a at U'-e three arched doorways of w' Pi da'sles. The bride has always live I her- wt' t-ij ex ertlon of several yearb s.er.t In 1 stud In Hoston. and wh.lo coir i with the Alice Nelson Opera co wPh whl"h she went abroad In ' Lulu Glner "',n'ra company ond t' . ! 1 Scheff i 'pera company. Tho .i local dentist, is u graduate of the I -sylvo.il i I'ollego of Dental Surgen Mr. e.i.d Mrs. Jackson will be at ' i.i here aft. r i ftohor 1. Among i!. -e prvrunt were Mr and p . C. H. Hnid!, v of Hoston, Mr. an! Mrs A. W. Spauldhis W. K. Jackson of Harm g ton. Mr c" 1 Mrs. Dennis Houhai. f M'oodsvill.i. V II . Mrs. W. J. Jckscn if Woodsvllle, Mr and Mrs. Walttr Stn g of Hyde P. -k. Mrs. Cora Vearen i Stowo, Mr. ..rd Mrs. Vcd Ivczer, Mr n' 1 Mrs. H. V. J. -iv of Stowe, Mrs Hurt Cobb of Hard vi. n and Miss Acna Chap lin of Bnosbtn 104.22S ss,n 7U.122 411.1 34,0 I!) ESSEX. There will be Memorial services at tho Methodist Episcopal Church this even- tug for tho iRov. G. W. Hunt of .St. Allans, Lester Whltton, aged SI ..u-. Is critically ill. The Outlook club v. 'd hold their last meeting of the season with Mrs. H. L-iwretico Wednesday afternoon. The play, "Tho Country Minister," was played to a f ICO houso Friday evi nirg - Miss Kinsley of Manchester Is tho guest of Mrs. It. A. Ladd. WIN00SK1. Kdson C. Hrigham, well known In busi ness circles, died Friday morning of a complication of diseases, Ills heulth be gan to fall him somo threo month-, ago and ho then hnd to leave his luiMiiess affairs. Ho lwgan to rally and It was thought Ills condition was more favor able un to a week- nfo wlipn bl.s 111- uess took on a more serious aspect and ,:ene A. Komey, Waiden.... gradimlly failed to tho end, Mr. Hlighun Mini limy .Summer, Rrandon.. was lorn In Kssex C'.i years ago and piorem-e .11. skinner, Rochester when u years old hn remuvid to Hur lag- L Ion, whero lie followed laimlng up hi' - .ears "go, when ho purchased tho licr s business on Center street, which ho . on i dueled to the time of his death. He Is survived by his wife and two sons. HaT and Clark, and one daughter, MaiM.ilen. all of this place. Ho also leases on.) brother, Harrison A, Hrigham, and a sifter. Mis, Herald Stevens, both tf Huillngton, The funeral was hold from hN late residence on Weaver ilreet un Sunday afternoon at threo o'clock. A lough and tumble scrap, with Joseph VU-vunder nnd a Pole named Wlona Pe- tallu as tho principals, tool; placo up lower .Main street shortly after noun Saturday. Duilng tno mix-up, which was later transfetred tu Center streot, Joseph canm out In a badly battered condition, having two oi threo teetn knocked out and a pjleco of mi ear bitten off. Chief of Pollco Horton appealed on tho scena and took Alexnnd' i t" the county Jail, while Otlieer Watdwell i oiked after tho Interests of tho Poland!" a' tho Hotel I-nfayetto, Tho Polo was brought beforo Judge Conlm 1 1 2S.72S 21, 11711 11,1.14 I1.4S2 S.BOO r,r,no 6,12l 4,501 2,012 4n,:i7;i 211,03 I S1.S2 BANKRUPTCY PETITIONS. Ilrultlebiiro and M. .Inlinslntry Jlen Ii riiiuiielnl llllllcullles, Rutland, .li.ne --- An Involuntary pe l tlon In bankruptcv was lo-da. f.n I against Gccrc il. Frederc K of Hr.itt u. boro. Tho peiltl.u Ire . r. i irs nr. .1 L, Whltaker. Leon.nd, t u Sinn ir.'s 'ii and other' of ll'.ti.lor. CMr'. - P. Kent of Hull ind. a Lit ir r . ( sterdav fl . I a bankrupt. ' -.-'nfili'li- His llabilUbs i r SJSa.i'J, nrd 'e has assets $;ol ,il i. empt. Hinie 1" .s w .'in .f St .1 - hury. n lab. rcr. h s r, l i . in - , HI,fS3 1 banki uptcy. He has ImliMittes t,f KUS.t I 11,1411 1,300 and assets of Jill, JIM of wnlch Is -1 u-u- cd exempt. In two minutes you can find Pi ' sonic fact that Is Impoitant to ."' Mrs. Jauie Mcllernioal, HrooV-tleld .u.sn.-; .il,.'el7 21.02.', 21.-01 Grace Sinjer, Newport. 4.JVM l,!t;7 (Coulliiucil oa 3.) 500 VOTES FOR Name Who la resident P. O. Addrraa la. Whom I wlili to nonilnnla aa Content. candidate In Ihe Free Prenn Votlnn My Xiiuir U. ......... . Sly P. U, Addreaa la. (o nominate cneh mircraaful e.".uo prUo tu the Ural persona cnudliliili-. Only one of lliea Ilallola, valued at 500 Volca, can be coat fur any cnudldute. Thla Con lion tcood for Una Vat If candldata la already eiiterc-d.