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TUB HUJtbllNUTUN FK1515 JMUOS AND 'rurtftS : Til UliaUA l , ,t SVi U.'i, IHID. HAPPENINGS IN VERMONT (Continued from piiffe 3.) phe lives, In n very serious condition. A jihyslclnn was summoned from St. Albans nnd It Is tlioimht Hint she will recover, Mrs. Cora Bliss 1' suffering with bron clilnl pneumonia, nnd It In a very critical condition, A constitution of doctors wiib held Monday. FLETCHER. At the republican caucus, held last Tuesday, l 8. (ilillllan and F. A. Keyzor veto ele-c.ted delegates to tlio Slate find district conventions. S. X. Glbbs, C. F. Corse nnd 1). C. Roblnnon were elected town committee. Thorn will bo a repub lican caucus at the town honso June 26 to fleet delegates to the county convention. -(Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Smith are taking an utoinobllo trip to the south part of tho Etnte. Frank 1-e.ach caught his foot In I wire In tho gross and fell, fracturing hla Mioulder. B. W. Corso was In Burlington Jntnrdny. SWANTON CENTER Noble Metric): of tho east road was scrt usly Injured last Saturday vhen hli lenm got away fiom him In Swnntnn vll Juge. Ho was picked up In an unconscious jondltlon and sovernl stitches wero rv julrod to ckv-e wounds on his head. Ho J rapidly rocovertug.-.Mr. nnd Mrs. O. S. Jennlson nnd two children of C.'ilcago nro visiting Mrs. N. E. Jennlson, as is also Jier niece, MIsh France.! Saxo of Chicago. Monday cars on tho Mt. .Mansfield Etcc- wns brought here Friday for burial. Inter- trl" railway lenvo Stowo tit 7:15 and 1D:.V nictit was tnado in tho Wheeler cemetery, n. in. nnd 3'20 and 4:J0 p. in., n.nd nrrlvti dipt, and Mrs. Frank Kenllold returned nt Stowe at 0:) u, m. and )i!47, 6:25 and Friday evening from a trip to Boston, 7:25 p. in. Sunday cars lcavo Stowo lit 8:43 Lynn nnd Itevoro. Tloyd Hoblnson ro- n. in. and 4:15 p. in. and lenvo AVntcr- tumed from Bordontown, N. J Friday, bury nt 9:45 a. m. nnd 0:00 p. m. Charles having giiuluutod frum tho Bordontown K. Uiirt, C'ralR O. Hurt and Mr. nnd Mrs, .Military Institute Mr. nnd Mrs. U 11. Henry T. Raymond wero In Rochester Buynton will soon movo from tholr present Saturday. Miss Croldlo Westcomh of homo to Iho Uoynton farm on Jcrsoy North Hyde 1'ark passed last week with heights. Mrs. Charles Hates nnd daugh Mlss Mildred Wnrien. Miss Addlo Blge- tor went (o Greensboro Saturday, whero low, ttneher In the Orphans' Homo In thoy will pass tho summer, W, CX Whlpplo Franklin Falls, N. II., is nt home for returned to lJoston Buturdny. Mrs. F. v. the summer vacation. Mrn. Mary Hhcr- Kggloston and daughter, Miss Eva, of but went .Saturday to Burlington, whero Albany, N. Y., nro with her sister, Mrs. she has cmplujinpnt at Lake View Balm- E. A. ifaHtlngtt, nnd mother, Mrs. Charles tarlutn. The Moscow bnso ball tenm Ijaraway. Miss Gillian Kendall wont Snt playrd In llydoi Park P.iturdny. Miss urduy to Sugar 11111, N. II., where, she will Monna J'lke of L,yndonvlllo Is visiting In bo employed. Moscow, Louis Pedro, nn escaped pat- Hlnun Dodge lias finished Ills work at lent from tho W'ntcrbury Slate hospital, Stato Collese, Fa., and i;oiie to Woodblno, was overtaken by Sheriff V. T. Hurt N. J., where he hn.e a position 6 asslst- at Stowe Forks on his way through tho Smuggler's Notch to Cambridge, and wnii plnred In tho lockup until Saturday, GRAND ISLE SOUTH HERO. ?.Is.rCo Iawn academy will hold Ha Junior class exercises Friday evening, June Si, Interspersed with muslo by kotneics o.rchestrn of Burlington as fol- lowm Invocation, tho Ilov. H. II. Mix: fleclamrttlim, 'The Power of Habit," Ar thur H. London; declamation, "A Tribute ffi McKInley, Merrill L. Iluba,' recitation. "An Order for a Picture," Aura M. rU'right; declamation, "An Interesting traveling Companion," Hoy CI, lesne; (eclamotlon, "Tho Black Horso nnd Its Jtldor," William C. Ktono; declamation, 'Ideas, tlio ZMa of a People," Halph K. fcllnckler. Saturday, Juno 'S, will occur tho school boatrldo to Fort Frederic and those who deslrn may go to Fort Tlcon tieroga. Tho membrn of tho class are: ;ura M. "Wright, Merrill U Inba, William C fitono, JUiIph li Mlnckler, Arthur II. landon and Hoy G. Iesne A largo con BTegatlon attended tho children's day ex ercises at tho usual morning service nt Jho Congregational Church Sundny. The Slov. Mr. Mix delivered a senium to tlio chlldrcn-iUss Ilniol Hoblnson of tho Potsdam normal Is at homo for the sum mer vacation. Misses Maud and Ethel landon have returned homo from their schools for tho summer vacation. Hay Allen of tho V. V. M. came home Satur day evening and Is now ill with mi-asles. ALBURGH CENTER. Mrs. filmer Lord and s-on of Gorgona, Panama, are visiting hr parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Hell. The Rev. T. II. Crescy was In St. Albans Alonduy to attend the funeral of the Hov. O. W. Hunt. Children's day waa ob served at tho Methodist Church Sunday. iMrs. Hoy Rockwell Is In Pwanton, tho Ifuest of her father, M. Mullen. Tho ladles' Aid society will hold a social at Iho home of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Crescy Uext ThurFday evening, June 23. Air. and Mrs. I-oren JIutchlus of Arlington, Mass. ro tho guests of Mrs. Ulsle Hutohlns. n Ice cream Bale under tho auspices of , Iho "Jolly "Workers" was held In tho bn-soment of the church Saturday even ing. The not proceeds of tho sale wero about $10. Milan Soulo, who wns so fseveroly injured by the kick of a horse, is again able to bo out. ISLE LA MOTTE. (Mrs. Kathleen Plko Dalton and two children from "Waterloo, Canada, aro visiting their aunt, Mrs. Ixiuana Thomas, nd her father, H. X. I'Iko, who lb also rtopplng with his sister at Grapevine cot toge. Miss Jo Iengfold has returned from 2'lattsburgh. There was a largo excur sion from Burlington to N. W. Fitk'K Sat-fcrday-Mrs. O. J. Thomas and Iluth ffhomas have beon visiting In Ohazy a Jew days. M. S. Thomas 1b building a piazza on John IXiba's house.-JJIiss Mln- tilo Boott of UurJIngton is visiting Miss Ethol Pike. Heman and Ilonry Tlko of Chazy was In town Monday. Mrs. O. O. Jlell of AJburg and Mr. Ixrd of Malono, X. T., -wore In town Saturday. Forest Fish and Qame Commissioner Whlpplo of Albany, N. Y., who hn been the guest of Edmund Seymour of Chazy, N. Y., during tho jiat wook, gavo on Illustrated lecture on forestry Thursday evening, which waa enjoyed by many from tho Island. Sir. Whlpplo -was accompanied by Chief Gamo IVotector Burrfham of Essex, N. Y. Tho following day tho party had dinner with (Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Flsk and spent tho day visiting tho fishing grounds In tho county. John rtorVack spent Sunday at home, EJvelyn Iian Is home from I0at Oranga for tho summer. GRAND ISLE. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Phelps aro the parents of a daughtor, born Sunday, June 19. 'Mrs. Sydney Tobias and chil dren are in camp near Camp Rich, whom !r. Tobias Is building cottages for parties from tho city. Henry J,add has o far recovered from his sevcro illness es to return to his homo at Hay S1do farm. Mr. and Mrs. D. I. Center vory pleasantly entertained tho Ladles' Aid last Thursday.-air. and Mrs. S. 8. lUrlswold have returned from a visit to her mother at Point Au Hoche. to-morrow. Miss Sybil llaymoro has fcono to spend a week In Kdeii, where tho will visit friends and attend a teachers' mootlng.--.Mr. and Mrs. Isadora Gomo and -Mrs. slmmonn, who "aro In very pool" health, do not Improve. M. N. Ixidgo of Essex Ountcr Is tho guest or his slstor, Mrs. J. F. Wilcox.-Mr. and Mrs. Y. U Btort took nn automobllo trip to Newport Monday. They wore ncrom- anlcd by her niece, Senath Soulc. lerl- dny afternoon tho Crescondo club had a ery njoyablo meeting and basket pic nic at tho home of Mrs. II. "W. Mo- Nally. Mrs, Leland, who Is very seri ously III t tho homo of her daughter, Mrs. Itrey Bean, does not Improve. tint agriculturist In the laboiutJry on tlio State farm. Frank Worthnn camo from Burlington Satin day, whore his wife hnn when ho wn.s taken back to Wnterbury. undergone an operation at Mary Fletcher Miss Myrtlo Bundy of Montpellr Is hospital, Mr. Worthen went to Boston passing the week with Miss Clyde Jen- Tucday, where he expects employment.--ney.- Mr. and Mrs. Cheney A. Tomllnsoti A change hi time-table went Into effect gac n Minulre twirty I-'Tlday evening to Monday moriilng. The Hydo l'ark train their father, )oren H .Tomllnson, In Is put on for the summer, leaving Morris honor of his 72nd birthday. Twenty Illo at 5::W a. in., eastbotmd, returning at neighbors nnd friends wero present. A ti:JS p. m., westbound. There Is no chnno lawn party at the home of Mrs. Ira, In tho morning trains. The mail train, Fuller In Moow Friday afternoon was westbound nrrlves hero at 5:5R Instead of enjoyed by IS of her friends. Tho party 6.17 p. m. nnd the express cnslhound, ar- was a surprise to Mrs. Fuller and wn? arranged In honor of her Llrthday by her little daughter, Kmtna, nlno years ilits at 7:1'0 Instead of 7:00 p. m each train making a stop of IS mlniitoi for lunch. -Mr. nnd Mm. Pllnney Smith and Ocoigla Jackhon Houker 'of WnoiKvlllp, N. H., Is visiting In town. (Mrs. Mary I 'odge Ayres, her soli. On Is, and daugh ter, Hitth, of Tolland, Conn., are guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Dodge. 'Miss Bessie Forbes of lltllllngtoli Is a guest of her jlMtr, MUs Ktla Forbes, Mi. W. 1). Iainberton wutit to Marsh- her old, ufr-lstcd by Mr. Fuller. MIkh Jennlo t'liughter, liorothy, of Cabot, and Miss Simoom djhI George Sanborn visited Ksther Giiniblln of New tlrunswlck are Murrlsvllle Saturday. Ml.is Hcbecca guests of Mr. and and Mrs. S. M (lamb Hurt gave her pupils of Pucker street lm. I,. C. Ttllntson loft for the West Sat- school nn uutoniiblle rldo l'rlilay after- uiday night for a carload of hors-s. Mrs, noon. Moscow icbool closed Friday. Those having no alent marks nro: Her bert Ayerr, Ague" Jnckmnn, Mabel Mc Allister, George McAllister. Merlo Mar- hball. Iris Maishall, Hinma Fuller, Hrnest Heed, Harry Heed, Cora Buxsell, Mary Hoblnson. I las-el Slayton. (Jiic of the pleasantest evcnls of com- mencrment wefk of Stowe high f.chool field Moral. 'j1, whero she will visit occurred at tho Akeley Memorial build- mother, Mrs. W. A. Hall. Ing Thutsday evening, when the Junior Morrls Ille's first bargain day was a class gave a reception to the graduating grand success. One thousand free dinner class and Invited guests. Tn tho receiving tickets were given out, over Wrt were taken lino with the seniors, were Principal nnd at the tlnee churches and many mom Mrs. W. 11. Douglass and Otho Boyce, ran led lunches, with them or went to president nnd Miss Carrie Hoblnson, vice- restaurants. president of the juniors. A short program A the home of Mr. and Mrs, W. C. Included remarks by Principal Douglaws, Ward. osturdn nt 3:00 p. in., occurred George S. Harris of Barre. Miss l.ola the marriage of their daughter, Miss Ada Billings, Haeburn It. MnMahon ,ind Miss C. Taylor, to Krwln W. Terrlll, the Rev IkiiiIso Chnpln. leading by Miss i;ila It. W. T. Host otn-latlng, using tho Beers, and music by Buriiham's or- Hplscopnl ring service. The bride wns nt- chestra, assisted bv Messrs. Ibgo of tended by Miss Grace Crowetl, and the St. .lohnsbuiy, clailtiet nnd Siangan of groom by C. l.oon Ten-Ill. a brother. Thu Montpeller, violin About 75 were present, wedding march was played by Miss Ada H. W. inillii'.s has returned from St. Peck of Johnson. Miss Hdlth Peck of Johnsbury with a new uutomoblle. Tho Johnson, Miss .nry Hnwlilns of Calais, liev. J. Q. Angi'll atlendod tho funeral Howard Tenltl and I.-un Ward served. of istrlct Sunerlntendent Georiro W. Only relatives and a few Intimate fi lends Hunt In St. AlbniiH 'mlay. Miss Clara were present. Tim bride has been, for Barrows and niece, Mlhk Dorothy Harrows, I f"ur years, a teacher In tho graded school nro visiting In St. Albans. Mrs. Fllza Tho groom for thtee years has been em Ac-lls Finnlgan of Woodstock Is visiting ployed as clerk and 1? now with W. n her parents, Mr. and Mrs F. B. Wulls. Knight. After a short wedding trip Mr Miss Nettle Brush was at home from land Mrs. Terrlll will b- at home nt their Montpeller over Sunday. Miss .7ole Grout now house, corm r of Congress street and returned Monday to Wnterbury nceom- Cherry avenue. Those from out of town pnnled by ,ilss Anglo Harris. Mr. nnd I to attend tho wedding were Misses Clara Mrs. W, W. Ayres and daughter, Flor- and Geitntdc Havls, Mrs. Franklin, Mrs ence, have returned from a visit In Mont- Davis and Jlrs. Andrus of Wolcott, peller. I-Mwnrd Hayes of Mosco.v went Misses F.dlth and Ada Peel: of Johnson Monday to Mary Fletcher hospital tor P'1'. and Mrs, C. K. Taylor of Hardwlrk treatment for norvo paralysis. Tho Misses and Miss Mary Hawkins of Calais. Klsle and Mary St. Jock aro In Khnoro Mrs. Klda Knlnht Pungel of Texas with tills week. Tlio game between Hyde Pink her mother, Mrs. II. B. Knight of Wol- and Moscow teams Saturday, scored ij to 7 cott, urn guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. A In favor of Uyd l'ark. Henry Baldwin Band. Mrs George Ttllotson was cjiTled twirled for Moscow. Mr. and Mrs. F. T. from Oreunsboro Tuesday on account of a Downer of Hardwlck wero visitors In brokon nnn received by her mother, tho Stowo Sunday. M. T. Wing of St. Johns- result of a fall. Harold Patch went to bury nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Klmer Pierce Albany yesterday to visit his cousin, C and Mr. and Mrs. Bills Maurice, of North Peterson. Lamoille Lodge, N. K. O. P. Wolcott visited Mr. and Mrs. Goi don has voted to give S!J to the soldiers" mouii Austin over .Sunday. Tho game of base I "lent fund. Mrs. Charh? Adums of Clare ball between Bui t's und Pike's mills teams mont, N. 11., Is a gueet of her slster-!n resulted In a score of s to 7 In favor of law, Mrs. F. A. Cutting, and nephew, Burt's. .Mrs. F. J. ltablnson returned J- Ttton. Mrs. Betsy Fttnn Is In Monday to Malono, N. V. Ml.-s Ada John- Worcester. Mrs. Howard PrentlHj son Is employid at Pleasant View House In Harwlek -Miss Olllti Thompcon Is In for tho slimmer. St. Johnsbiirj' to nttend tho librarian In Mrs. Hmlly Heed and daughter-in-law, stitutu. Mlsi Cora Bracken, called home Sirs, l.yro Herd of Randolph, aio visit- by tho critical condition of her mother, Ing tho former's brother, P. It. Gale. uent o Boston Tuesday for a fnv days Mrs. Mary A. Jenney Is attending tlio an- stay. She was accompanied by her mini meeting of tho State Blbiarv In.stl- nephew, I.lnwood Iiw. -Miss Gertrude tuto nt St. Johnsbury. Miss Ueorida, Davis ot Woleutt Is a guest of her slhter, Slicrbut Is employed at the Summit Miss Grace ( 'i owell. Mrs. S. O. S. Klnner house, Mt. Mansfield. Miss Nettio Cobb f Jeffi-isunvllle Is visiting Mr, and Mrs, lias returned from Burlington after an pV A. Wan en Mrs. Hurt Cobb of Bard operation for appendicitis. Mrs. wick u.u, a guest yesterday of Mr. and W. C. Aldrich and daughter. Miss 'Mrs Ororgu Brown. Mrs, Grace Clark of Louisa, nro visiting relatives In West Wolcott visited Mrs. A. II. ("amplvell jh Burke nnd Newark. The Went Branch terday -Mr. and Mrs. I. S. lllakloy of circle will meet with Mrs. J. IZ. Houston I'l'ilntUld. 111., camn yesterday for a ten th.R nfternoon. Mr. and Mrs. " w 'lays stay with his sisters, Mrs. D. II Thomas of Morrlsvlllo were calli-d to edell nnd Mrs. 11. K. Barrows. Mrs Stowo this week by the Illness of his Emma Miain and daughter, Jennie, are mother, Mrs. Sarah A. Weeks, who Is 1,1 h:,st F.ilrtleld. Miss Mlnnlo J. John now somewhat improved, .Mrs. Abbla Kon "f West Newbury Is visiting her sis Wlirren Is tho secretary of the Cemetery ,,,r' lls3 Winnie Johnson. IN,iy Tinker, association and dues should be paid to wl)" ls 'loh'g hospital work at Pueblo, her. The program for tho meeting' of 010,1 ls vimtlng his jiareuts, Mr. nnd Mrs 'Mansfield Mountain grange Salurdav Fay Tinker. .1. A. Pago of IoIl Rapids, a. D Is vWtlng his sister. Mrs PMscllla Carroll. Mrs. Jesse Sheldon of Wells River Is a guest of Miss Hlanche Peck. STOWE. The events of Stowo high school com mencement week closed with the sixth iinnunl btintiuet of tho Alumni association nt Green Mountain Inn Friday evening. Toasts were responded to by Miss He becca Burt, '08, llar.el McCuen, '10, Georgo H. Harris, '05, Principal W. II. Douglass, Miss Lola M. Billings, '06, and others, J I or old I.. Cheney, '07, acting ns toast master, Tho officers elected nre: Presi dent, llebecca E. Burt; view-president, George W. Gale; secretary, Mario Wells; treasurer, Angle Harris; executive com mittee, H. H. Downer, Mrs. Amber Smith Macutchen, and Louisa Cbapln. 'Xhere wero 0 present, among them, I'rlnclp&l and Mrs. W. It. Douglass and Mis Bernice Hall, Miss Martha Camp bell, Archibald Billings nnd Ralph Clarke of Morrlsvllle. Amendments to tho conititutlon were adopted and It wa voted to Invito all who have been fctu dents In the high school to attend next year, alo to offer two prizes, on of )l ind ono of 3, for bent work In PtiKiUli Jn the lilgh nchool next yenr. By the (MOiuec tliiiu tublo folng Into efftict afternoon will Include papers and read ing!) on forestry and there will be nn ex hibition of native woods and n contest with prizes for those naming the most sorts. 'inn meeting of Mansfield Mountain Orango Saturday afternoon will bn open to the public at three o'clock. BEAVER. Mrs. Ralph MCNall ls visiting her sister In Quebec Mr. and Mrs. Kdwln Strait CAMBRIDGE. Preparations are being mndo for Children's day services, which will bo lvold In both churches next Sunday. Mrs, Amelia Ellsworth ls spending a low day with her son, T. C. Dllsworth. Mlsn Frances Hobart Is attondlng n library spent Saturday and Sunday with their ""vontlon at St" '""'"bury this week Mia. j. i.eaeii is spending foveral day with her son, J. Leach, at Hyde Park. .virs. k. j, isatns and son, Itcx. were vlsl tors In Burlington Tuesday Donni.i Leavens and C'arli.ile Wells are Buend Ing their vacations at lioim-.- Mis Margie hunivan sjient Tuesday In BurlingtKii.- MIsm J.iuretto Gates, who has been at tending school at Siixtona River, has re uirneii iioinu. Tlio W. H. M. S, met at fcon In Franklln.-rAlrs. Hairy Craft's chil dren and Miss Elizabeth King visited ono dny lust week In Milton. Mrs. Clara Irish and daughter and Mrs. Cora Southward wero at the home of L. II. Caswell last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Strait attended tho funeral at St. Albans of the Rev. G. W. Hunt HYDE PARK. Mr. and Mrs. Emerson He ed of Swunton '"e home ot .Mrs. C. A. Corse Thursday aro spending a row weeks In town. -Miss aiiuniouu. ; Mrs. S. M Safi'oid has nv Lou Collins of Laonnln, N. II, Mlfs Delta turned from Burlington, where she has Collins of Montpeller and Misses Lola ben spending several days, and Llda Collins of B.irllngton am nt Breezy HJU Farm Tho trnct,l.m englno to bo used In drawing ii.ibostos from the mines ut Lowell to tho railroad at this place has arrived. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Knnpp of Danvlllo aro spending u fow days here. Colonol McFarland's family havo gone to Caspian lake for tho sum- WOLCOTT. Mrs. J. W, and A). D. Scott visited Mrs, H. L. Stevens Sjiturday. Mr. and Mrs B. Morse and Mrs R. 'M. Hubbell attend ed the O. A, R. and W. R. C. convention In Montpeller. George Colbeth. whose housu was recently bunied, has erected a ORANGE GRAIN AND PRODUCE. mer.- Cminty court adjourned last blni" ouiiuinii winch will be tho kitchen Thursday. Among the buslnoss transacted to "ls now '". " which he will llvo was the granting of ten dlvoiceo. Tho t"P''"'lly.-Mrs. Kiima Lonyader and contract has been let to lay tho water l"uBhter wont to Lisbon, N. JI Saturday pipe nnd work will commence In a few 1,1 w"rk ,n t,lu Huset Hill Houso.-W, E. days.-Mlss Agnes Hiilburd Is homo fiom nvr Is painting his house.-Mrs. E. C. Mt. Holynko Cole(re.-Mr. and Mrs. J. 3"M enlftrtalned Mr. Judd's Sunday S. Leach spent Bundny with their daughter "c''0"1 cla!i-s nt ,Pa Saturday.-Chlldren's III Essex.-The foundation Is ready for tho ,ln' wlu 1,0 ODB"rved at tho Methodist now Congregational Church.--Tho result ISplscopal Church Sunday, Juno 26. Mrs. of the caucuses hold In this county 8,,ll' Wort' w,1, resides with htr grand- Indlcates that A. A. Plko will bo tho re- ton- - K' ""-skell, had a pot caul show- publican nomlnea for senator. Georgo e' or ,lir birthday, June 15. She was 98 Town of Morristown, O. II. Wilson of yur of ngo.-J. T. Uubbell has com- Johnson and II. L. .Stevens are lusplraiits menced haytng.-John F"renoh was at for tho sheriff nomination. Tho ronven- homo from CambildK ovor Sunday. Hon will ba held hern July 2. JEFFERSONVILLE MORRISVIT.LE. I John llaymoro Is spending a vacation Mr. and Mrs. George B. Little of Bur- ot tho homo of Ills purcnts, Mr. and lliigton urn visiting their daughter, Mrs. Mm. W. W. Haymore. -Tlio bnso ball H. A. Sluyton.-MiM. A, W. Spauldlng of game between Jfffersouill ai Bnlters Montpoller Is a guest of her parents, Mr. held was won by Hakerslleld. Henry and Mrs. A. A. Nlles Mrs. J-Ynuk floss Stlnson is tiulto sick, his daughter, of fit. Johnsbury pnssed Saturday and Myra, Is raring for hltn. A. J. Thouuis, Sunday with her vxirntils, Mr. and Mrs, accompanied by J. H, Smith, attom'iWk Orrln Russoll. Tlio body of the 15-inontli- the Miuionlo ,pvetlng In Burlington the old child of Mr, nnd Mr. Ralph Parsctw past week. tdnxU tout town clois RANDOLPH. A. C. Holman of Boston Is In town. Mrs, Funnlo Fullam has gone to Bridgeport, Conn., to keep house for her son. O. B. Fish of Htock brldgo spent Sunday with his wlfo who Is ot tho sanitarium. Miss Ellon Matthews Is qulto 111 with tho meas les. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dullols of Winchester, Mass., are ut tho Sanford farm for tho summer. Miss S. I. Par ish has gono to Hartford, Conn,, to take care of an Invalid sister, Mrs. John Oorham, who Is well known here, Mrs. D. E. Washburn of Felchvllle Is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ned Buck. Miss Ixina Rhodes was obliged to leave her school Friday on account of lllnes" with me,alos. Miss Grace Fielders of Waltslleld Is being enter tained by Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Lnport. Rev. J. Wallace Chesbro returned Friday from Provldonco, B. I. Mrs. J. F. Lamson is in Bristol tho guest of Mrs, David Bosworth. Meters for electric lighting tire being established In the churchei. and many of tho resl- duncos In town. Mrs. Marcella Ann- len has gone to live with her daugh ter, Mrs. Jona Tllson. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dales aro In Island Pond for a two weeks' vacation. The damage caused by the hard show er of April IB, resulted In a consider able loss to several parties hero. I". II. Thomas estimates the loss to his farm as about $1,01. L. A. Jurd sustained quite a loss, by the watr entering the ba-e-ment of his market where the cod fth and salmon weie stored. Tlio Randolph bakery cairn near being demolished. A hole 10 to 15 feet deep wns gullied out under tho foundation so that the build ing has already begun to settle a little. The Fish hill road from the Mnulton iitock farm Is almost Impassable In many places and tho highway near the farm of D. 11. Morse Is badly damaged. James Hand will soon go to Sharon Springs, N. V.. to take the position of manager of tho Sharon hotel, where ho has previously served five years as clerk. Mrs. D. F. Hanks of Huntington Center ls visiting her cousin, Mrs. Euenle Bill- ton. Mr. nnd Mrs. S. S. Whltcomb have gone to Boston to visit their son, E. S. Whltcomb. It. Frank Bicker of Hart ford, Conn., was arrested Juno 14 by Sheriff Kent for tho nnn payment of tho balanre ofithe H.&jO, which the court ordered In settlement of the case of M. C. Rowell against Hlcker for fraudulent dealing In tho purchase of a flock of sheep. At Mr. Rlcker's request he was taken from Burlington to Chelsea, where his counsel, R. M. Harvey of Montpeller, was attending court and Mr. Harvey ad vanced tho necessary sum to set his client free. Mrs. Carrlo Tcwksbury and daugh ter, Mary, have arrived from Rutland and reopened their house for tho sum mer. Sherman Adams has sold his farm and Is hero to purchase a house Mrs. J. B. Adams, who Is camping at Falrlee lake, caught a square tail lake trout that weighed lla pounds and measured 32 Inches lu length. B. Fish returned to Stookbrldge yesterday. Mrs. Loulso Chittenden Smythe of New York, guost of Mrs, . W. Morton fur several days, left hero Monday. A bandstand Is In process of erection on tho Innd be longing to the railroad company Just ibovo tho station. Mrs. Lnroy Mar tin and Mrs. Jonas Cobum are among tho recent pntl'-uts at the sanitarium. Tho iirriintfoinotits are now perfect ed for Fourth of July celebration. - At nine o'clock In the moinlng a par ado of horribles, floats, and automo biles will be given, a prize being of forod for the hest float and the worst looking horrible. Hose, ladder and bicycle races follow In the forenoon. In the nfterneion sports will b held at McCall's park. Mrs. Marcla Russ low of Norwood, N. Y,, ls at tho limbo of her son, Dr. I A. Russlow. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. E. Root and Miss Inez Litchfield returned -Monday from Hlghgate, whero they had been since Thursday of last week. Mrs. Jesslo Church Metcalf nnd little daughter of lirattleboro nre visiting her beforo going to Barre. Mrs. A. J. Huso returned Tuesday from Windsor whero sho had been slwc Sunday with her son, Roy Huse'. Mark Jeid loft Wednesday for Canton, N. Y., whero ho will spend tho summer with his father, Frank Jerd. Mrs. Edwin Len ney Is onturtalnlng her mother, Mrs, Blllldou of Hardwlck. Warren Church Is very 111 with blood poisoning. Miss Dorothy Buck gave a small party Tuesday, In honor of Mark Jeid who ls to leave soon for the summer, Fred Hatch of Woodsvllle, N. II. Joined his wlftt ut Ned Buck's Tuesday Mrs. Edward St. lawrenco wns In Bethel Tuesday, Mrs. Orn Copeland slipped on a hardwood Hour Saturday and fell striking her knee and Injur ing It, so that sho Is unable to walk Frank Copeland, her .son, H 111 with tho measles. Frances and Irothy Hardy of Bradford, N. H., aio hero for a two weeks' visit with Mr. and Mrs, R, II. Slack. Robort Putnam of Han over, N. H wns hero with relatives tho first of the wee);, Mr, and IMrs, r. H. Ketelmm went Tue-d.iv to Hralntreo for a two days' stay lu camp. Olydo Smith, a student at Nor wloh University, la home on his aca- tlon. A very pretty wedding was ceh hrntert at ton o'clock Wednesday forenoon at th home of 'Mr. and Mts. Albeit Morse, when William HnJo Church, sou of Mr and .Mrs. Melvln Church of this town, and Stella Louise, only daughter of Mr and Mrs. Albert Morse, wore mai rled, the Rev, J. W. Hamilton performing the reuiony Tho doublo ring service tvnt used. Ohm corner of thei parlor had been ai langed l tho uso of drapery and decorations of smlhix and gladlola.s Into a beautiful tow er, over which was suspended a wedding bell, tho work of the bride's grandmother, under which tho parties stood during Iho ceremony, Marjorlo Morse acted as flow er girl. Tho brldo was attired In a gown of whlto net, wore a veil and carried a boquet of while roses. She was intended by Miss Jesslo Uiarichnrd. The groom wns attended by his brother, Fred Church. Tho usher wiw He'rthn Wheeler. Immediately following tho ceremony a wedding lunch was served and the couplo New York, June 22. FLOUR Receipts l(l,SS3j shipments 2,- Oon; nuirlcot steady. WHEAT--Recclpls K,WK pot quiet. Wheat declined sharply under hoeivy selling by recent bu ers on reports of wliowors and cooler weather over the northwest closing 2SL,1ic net lower. July closed ll.rou,; Sept. closed $l.0F! Dec. closed $I.02J. CORN Receipts 10.1X: shipments C 400; spot ensy. Option market was with out transactions closing Tili'lUc net de cline. July closed (IS'fce; Sept. GS'jc; Dec. CSV. OATS Receipts Ivl.OOO; spot firm. SUGAR- Raw firm: retitrlfilgnl W, $1.21; molasses $.1,411; rellned sugar steady. COFFEE The market for coffee fu ture's opened steady at unchanged prices to it decline of 5 points In sympathy with lower European cables. There was con rlderablo switching from July to Inter months and generally speculating busi ness was more active than ye'Sterday with olfcrlngs from Europe and scattered local longs absorbed by shorts and local balls. The close was steady net unehang-e-d to five points lower Sales were ro portifl of C0.1M bags Including: June id. 40: July $1.40; Aug. fi.Wi; Sept. f'3.55; Oct. I'j.CO; Nov. and Dec. W.tt; Jan. W.CS; Feb. JG.70; March R72; April K7P,; .May $1.74. Spot steady; No. 7 Rio !i'.ih',c; No. 4 Santos !),: mild quiet; Cordova !Hsff I2c!. r F. D. ABERNETHY Successor to H. W. ALLEN & CO. T show- In the Muslin Underwear Section i i . 1 o-dav. attention is invited to an extensive th, ing of French Hand Embroidered renume Und 1 ermuslms. BOSTON PRODUCE MARKETS. Boston, Juno . FLO I'll Spring patents, J-l.TrvtiCK; prlng elears, $4..orTfi": winter patents, .1 JKjC'Vi; winter straights, $1 i.iii.IX; winter clears. 34.GOT4.04; Kansas patents, ''',5.."0. CORNMEAL AND OATMEAT Bag otnmeal, ordinary. $I.L7fi 1.33; kiln dried, $1.3Ifil.S5; granulated. L 40513.50; bolted, iJ.eOii.l.-IO; rolled oatmeal, $I.Wj5.15; cut and ground, js..siu.'ri; rye nuur, V'.ir 4.05: rye meal, f.l.'W; graham, $Pt.40. CORN Car lots, spot. No. yellow le; .steamer yellow, 7"''.,c; No. S yellow. 0c; shipment, No. " yellow, ",0',A?i71c; No. yellow, t'MyS70o. OATS Car lots, spot. No. 1 clipped white, isn.'; Nn. :'. 47c; Ne. Z, 4'-:e; le- Jected white, 45j43e; shipment, fancy, 40 lb"., 4"iiliVic; regular, Xi lbs, IC'Mi 17c; 30 lbs, I'W.'ie: barley mlxtuies. IS-iiCUe. HAY. STRAW AND MILLFHED Hay. choice. $24.5of,i'f,; No. 1. SiLVi; No. 2, $lt.Wi!i;i; No. ,:, $i7.5nHl''.!'4''; rye straw, $14i(14.50; ont stra.w, t.M'n'J; sack spring bran. $20.feV!'.'l ; winter bran, $21-1.1.75; nilddllngs .'2.2:;'i7"7- mixed feed. $1'-5l'U :5..V; led d"g, $27.75; cotton hh meal, $31. ,"3; linseed meal. 25; stock teed, :.:; hominy feed. $21; gluten feud, 'W. PORK- Short cut nnd heavv baek.s. $'2S..Vj; medium, J2C.5 xf27: lung cut. Sis: aw leaf Hid, r.H.c; rendei.il. ".''tr; pure, H(n:, briikets, IriSe; dressed hogs, H'.t Ur. VHFjMI BEEF Extra side's, m.ttill-V: heavy hinds, l.lfd.'l'lo; heavy fores, injif lr. LAMB AND VEAL Spring lambs, l.',,(' Ife; winter hinilis, 14c; yearlings, lO.illV, mutton, &fli2c; venls, lirffisr. POULTRY Western turkeys, frch killed, 2nftClc: native broilers. 'AVOc; northern fowl, 20c; we-stern broilers, 21a 2Cc; western fowl, lMflfc. fXKiS Fancy hennery, 27fi2,?e; eastern extras, 23'24c; western, 22ifi2"c. BEANS Car lots, pea, $.'.4Ti2..V); me dium, $2.45i!2.50; yellow oye, $3. J'.'uS.l',: California, R23';fl.i; resl kldm.-ys. U.il foreign pea bean.", $2.3Mj2. 10; Lima beans, S'-ic; Jobbing prices, Hifilf.. higher. APPLES Fancy Baldwins, tf.'ufl; rus sets, $44..V; western, $TD5 bx. P('IATOES Aroostook, 70Suc bg; western MaJne, 7itiKlc bg; nuw southern. $1.755T2J5 bhl. FRl'IT -Strnwlierrle, imir hx; blueben ;ri. 13'ilf.c; peaches, Noi th Caro lina. I2.5.u"-'.T5 e rt; (.enrgla, 2.2.Vu2..r0 cr' , Cnllfotnla navels, $Va4.I3 bx . grapefruit. I2ft5 bx; wtaeitnelnn.s, 2ii40,. eii-h; Can taloupes, southern, $1.5oij2.:T, cit; Cali fornia, JJtiC.V) crt. Rellned sugars nre steady. Refiners quoto granulated and fine at 5 13r fur 10i- bbl lots and 5.::0 for 2") bhl. Wlmlesilv giucers quote 5. Wc for less than 20 bids. Exquisite Parisian needlework upon fine nainsoolc. Eack and every (farment a beautiful example of the fine hand work for wh'icli the French people have attained a world-wide repu tation. Such garments could not he made in thii country or l. they were, prices would he prohibitive. Coming! as they J from France, prices arc even lower than 3ome of the most or dinary kinds produced here. Very fine, soft, beautiful materials, heavily and exquisitely embroidered. Chemise, shown in a variety of styles. Priced at $1.00, $1.50, $1.75, $1.90, $2.25 and $2.75. D rawers $1.98. Gowns $3.25, $3.75, $4.25, $5.00 and $5.75. 45 Incli S Lounciru' ' T7 1 1 1 111 wiss JDmbroidered rlc $1.35 Value $2.50 to $3.75 per yard. Just another chance to secure these. Sufficient quantity in cacti piece for rjown and wide inserting to match for waist trimmings. 5 yards. 45 inch Flouneinrf $1.35 m-r vnr-A. 6 3-4 I nsertmrj. 22' c. per yar d. In the Basement. 100 Pieces American Made Gmghams, D ress CHICAGO PRODUCE MARKET. Chicago, June II "An; Sept. !'.",' ,e.; Dec. WHEAT-July K'ir. CORN July 52'!;c; Sept. 55 Vi P'C. 57v.c. OATS July 2S';c; Sept. :m4c; Dec. 2S'sc. PORK July ?23.0; Sept. 22 27't. LARD July S12..10; Sejit. J12.W, RIBS July $12.50; Sept. $12 K'j. ItyE Cash 76'ii7tlc. BAHLEV Cash XTtCfie. TIMOTHY Oct. l.."1(4.(Vi; Sept. $100. FLOrR-Flini. RYF No. 2. 75f?7l;c. BAKLEV I'Veel or mixing, 47Ti5:r; fair to choice mnltin'j, CCijiVIc, FLAN SEED No. 1 southwestern, $2.05; No. 1 northweitern, $2.15. TIMOTHY SEED-.H.-Tk C.OVKR JU.ii'i. MESS PORE (per bhl.) $2.1.25'ii2S.r,0. LARI-(per lOo lbs.) J1C.25. SHORT RIBS-Sldes (loose) $13.12';1 13.50. SIDES Short elcar (boxed) $11 oo-.i14 25. GRAIN STATISTICS. Total clearances of wheat and flour were e-etual to I.!i.( hu. Prlnuirv receipts were 277,("W l,u,, compared with 2.!iv hu. the eoi responding day a ye-ar ago. Enll muted receipts tor to-morrow: Wheat 3 e'urs; coin i7 cars; oats S5 cars; bogs 2,Ct head. P.UTTElt-Steady, creameries, 24ii;H"27c; ''miles, 23i2'c. ECiCiS-Stendy at mark, receipts lS,lf4 case-s; cases Included, IMi lCVic; (lists Po, Jiiiiiin firsts, 19V:. CUKES E Firm, dairies, l.'VKe; twins, 15c; Young Aincrlcns, 15li.'ia4o; Long Idrns, 15ijl4c. POTATOES We-ak, cholco to fancy, 15 ftlCc; fair to good, 12f14c. POULTRY-Steady, turkeys, Fx'; chick ens, He; springs, 22TC4c. VHA I. Steady, 5ft to (10 lb. wts. .SjisVac; CO to lb. wjs, 'niiiuj SI to UO lb. wts. lojHO'tc (Cualluutd ou puj 0.) LIVE STOCK MARKET. New York, June 22. BEI'lVES Receipts I.E.',; market steady. SteiTS ;f,(f i.ia; j,, $ ,-,0',i5.50; cows tl.iWuG.2y, exports 2.1W ijuaiters of beef. CALVES Receipts MfJij inaiket steadv; eals t0.5O58.7,"i; few at t'.i.nO; throw outs, .-,OK,iilW; btilteimllks l5ii625. SIIHEP AND LAMBsV-Uecolpts 4,495; market weak, Sheen sa.fttoifi .m-. snrliii- niiilis 47.25'!S,0O; i-ulls lV(ii-,)i,ij; yeaillngs ll.KIS-Receipts Hi;t; market htuidy at Jlo.cvjl lo.-u; ngiu piys $10.5, BOSTON HIITTEIt MARKET, Boston, June 22. BPTTI'lt Higher. Northern 2,i7(an,joj westi rn JOjii J" CIIKII' Finn. New- York, ir.litiblc; Vermont twins. lAiflSVdc. Chambei if CounnelTe Quntntloim; Yeimonl ii. d New Hampshire, extra ussnrted sl.'e' il Ui.es live pounds each full w. M it .'So, prints full weight ut 2VC. Standard quality, selling regularly at 10 cents and 12 1-2 cents. Great variety, pretty plaids and checks, including bright colors. Priced at 7 1-2 cents. New Printed Percale Skirtings. 100 pieces finest quality American made Percale known to the trade. Great variety of entirely new and attractive stripes, especially suitable for shirts, boys' blouses, waists and the prettiest, most serviceable dresses for women and children. 36 inches wide. Price 12 1-2 cents. Wash Goods Section Main Floor. A Timely Special Offering of fine Printed Batiste 12 1-2 Cents. 1250 yards very fine cloth, made to sell at 20 cents Va riety of dainty Dresden printed designs. Price 12 1-2 cents. F. D. ABERNETHY THE BURLINGTON MARKETS onus lb. Fowls, lb. Ilome-grown strawberries aro now tho rule Instead of the exception In the Bur lington markets and spring lnmb has ap pealed In nil Its tinnier ejemslvenes. II. mis 1' Hams, si. ced, Lamb i I ops. lb. lb. Lnmb, forward quarter, lb. .. .15 t r .....v. ..... Watermelons ore quotes! nt rather high i , , , . ' . '"' ',' HT-I...... n-.aio..., ,f i .!.. v.... "''" 1"l ii, iu the price Is somewhat prohibitive. Croc eiles remain steady and there Is still Spring Ian. i , forward quarter Spring limb, hind quarter .. no prospect of bette-r jrlcc on beef and , , . . , ' 1 Leaf Laid, lb pork The wholesale quotations on eggs, but ter and potatoes are furnished the Fre-e Press by C. A. Barber and tho remain der bv L. A. Cliajie. Tho retail prices aro furnished by C. A. Barber, L. A. Chase. Joins i Isham nnd the Burlington Fruit company, WHOLESALE PBICE3. Butter ,sj Beef dressed .12H Chickens ,23 Eggs, doz .", Hogs ,ii Lambs ,jsij Mutton !Wri Potatoes, bush 253.55 RETAIL GROCERIES. Asparagus Dandelions, pk Dry beans, qt Beets, lb New beets, lb Butter, si'iiarator, creamery, Beans, bu New cabbage, lb Cuirots, lb New carrots, lb Cauliflower, head Celery, bunch Cheese c'licumboiH Neufcliati'l cheese , Cieum cheese, each Chlcoiy Edam cheese, i-act Ksc.iroll Eggs plant, e-ach Kggn, doz Flour, bri'iul, bbl ,.,,7 Flour, pastry, bhl Lettuce, Boston ball head.,,. Lettuce, home grown, head .. Maple sugar, lb Maple Syrup, gal Mlnre meat, lb Olive Oil. gallon Onions, Bermuda Onions, lb Parsley bunch ,", Potatoes, pk Roquefort cheese, lb. Radishes Kplnaih, pk ', String Beans Hage Cheese, lb Hwlsii cheese, lb Tomatoes, lb Top onloiiR, bunch RETAIL MEATS. Bacon, II Beef, oiiKt, It Chickens, lb Broilers, pair .20 .25 .13 .03 .10 . .34 3.00'at3.M .07 .16 .10 .40 .CC'ej.15 .24 .Wwl.lO M .13 .20 fl.00 .20 .2iXt30 .27 .75t7.JO 0.OeVaJ8.",5 .itar.i5 .Co .15 1.2 .11 13.00 .1 .05 .06M .15 .) .06 .40 .li .24 .36 .15 .t .ZittV) .16&.24 ,21 fl. W X'ork Chops, Hi Pork Roast, lb Porterhouse steak lb, Round Steak, lb Sirloin steak lb Cornmeal, cwt Bait Pork, lb Tripe, lb ''".irke-ys, lb ,.. Veil Steak, lb RETAIL GRAINS. Br.ni, cwt. .,. Hay, baled, cwt Hay, loose, ton Henfres.1, mlM-d, cwt. Middlings, cwt ,").t.s, bu , Ost straw, baled, cwt Provender, No. 1 cwt Provender, No. 2. cwt. Poultry wheat, cwt RETAIL FRUIT. Apricots, don U.uiaji.LS. dc. Red bananas, doz Strawberries e'uJUalmii os Cherries, lb Bates, lb .'. Figs. jars Fresh tigs, lb (Irjpe fruit, each Lemons, do ; Llmci, dnz Mixed nuts, lb Navel oranges, Orwiisrs, doz. Pineapples. .... Pea; lies, doz. . Plums, doz. .., Wateimelivis fl.rVfi; n s: i' 1.4r . dot. Jl Tf ti ji.CMOi. ;( 3- v4 .1 i U .15 if 2t .3eij ii .( . .lo.i .jij, it .lOif.U .2v il- W .iiti 24 .10i.2 .31 X' u -N .i:t .2Si,f 5 .2ifl '.4 .20 J 3t .2ea 4C .levjf.it Alutl.W GIBSON IS A CANDIDATE. Auuiiuncm Ilia Eulry urn Axplrant Lieutenant Governor.hlp. Brattlcboro, June 22 Windham countj will present the name of E. W, Olbeoi for the lieutenant governorship at th State republican convention. This do cUlim was made Into this evening li response to the request of several of Mr, filbson'n friends nnd supporters who urg this candidacy on account of his Inter est In tho primary election law, Windham and Bennington counties and a portion of the Rutland county dele gation will supiiort Mr. Gibson In thu convention and he has been assured of votes from other sex-lions. Ho stated thM evening that ho will not penult his can didacy to detract from those of the tout usplruuu to gubernatorial honor.