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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS AND TIMES: THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1010.
1 ONE CENT 0 0 Advertising In this col umn one cent a word, cn.cn Insertion. Copy .-my bo changed every week. Cosh In advance reaulrcd. No ndvortlsomcnt tnkon which Ib loss thnn twelve words, two lines. Special terms to advcrtlrers using from 2H0 to 1,000 lines within tvclo conorcutlvo months POSTERS. nWNl'H- OF FAP.MiS wlio wish to hire help or to roll a farm, should ubo this column. Nearly 0,000 copies of thin paper nro sold cvnry lsauo and your ndvortlflcment would bo rend by many possible buyers. 25,wtf WANTED. WANTED-t Home for Destitute Chil dren a competent woman to cam fur Infants. w,(l,lf. FOR SALE TAHM "f . ncros with good building, wlt!i running water, for m.le. Prutt, s i' or.'linid, wood nnd timber, (Wu . - fii n depr . P.i it North'bld, ,er' . L'Xr'&w.lt. DAIRY FARM for erile, 20.) nros In tho Chiir idaln valley at Addison, Vt. No wasto land, No stone. Water In stock yard, hnrso barn and house. Buildings flrot-cIasH. Pinto roofs, nearly all paint- i tJ, fenoes good, fruit, wood and timber. 1 Houpb large, painted white with green bllndi!, cement cellar bottom, etc. Oao i of tho best dairy farms In Addison. I Write for partlcuUtrt, H. A. Htlckle, j Vorgcnne'i, Vt. :2.'.6t&wlt j COHLtiU SHOP for snlo. Does a line business. I'oo health ronson for selling, i It, V.. Tullnr, Morrisvlllo, Vt. 221,Wt&w.n,4: M2W AND SECOND-HAND cash ragls-I Urn for solo and exchange, all prices. v a.,u. Knnm 4 Tho Strom- Ilnr. I Yv. A. Guo. lioom 4, Iho btrom,. uur I llngton, t. 2j).12tAiW,2t. FOR SALI-Whlto Wynndotte pullets from heavy laying stock and strong, vljforotiH oocUcrels. l'rlccs reasonable. H. II. Gieone, Kssox. Vt. 20l,tfiw LAUGK HOl'KU with barn for' sulu. Is now utod for renting rooms. Owner VJlshes to leave town because of 111 health in family. Will earn over Jl.OOO a year. Meal location for boarding h-UF.;. Paruain. Address J. P. Cobb, 2 Mali- Bt., Iturllngton. Ib7,d.fcw,tf. O. 1 c. BW1NE. Continental Horned Dur-e.s, S'.liroushlre sheep, 40 cows. II. J Merilll, Fah field, Vt. 20S,d&w,lm. NOTICE. NOTlCn how little It costs to tell tl i ' nnd of renders In many towns ft v..nnon. 'vhnt you have to sell or what you wish to buy. Advertlso in t' o Free I'rc-s and you will got ro plles to your advertisement. 23,wtf Acre Farm, A big timber growing proposition, story house, SO ft barn with babo mont, large sugir works, plenty of fruit, good soil, 1' o acres of old growth hard wood, 1,000 i ords pulp, lots of young stuff grnvvlnir Only 3 miles In good villnge nnd depot. Pries only JS.SOO, Jl.ono rnsh. balance easy. REYNOLDS REAL ESTATE CO. ics coi,i.i;;u btiikkt. HighOIassRsprGsentativeVanted V e wN'i to procure tho sorvlces of n high-ibis, r. present, ittve to call on business and piofebslonal men In each town In Chittenden county. A person of character, ability nnd hustle can make fr.n ?r,ii" to $1,000 In 00 days 1,000 wns earned in Windham county. A joung newspaper man, lawyor or business i inn, or a good business Woman can do thn work. Tho work Is cc.rvasslng and the person who gets tho place muit have rtandlng, ac quaintance and 'amlllarlty with the tnnltury; nlso must sign a contract to see ovcry person on our list and to comploto tho work, onco begun, within 90 days. Write at mice, giving full partlculari as to age. eharactor. oxporlonco, ability, reference, etc, nnd make an appointment for an Interview nt Hurllngton, We nlso want some one to represiuit us In each county In Vermont. In writing ploaro ststo which county you apply for. Address Vllrry A. Company, rntllsher New Ilnnlnnrt Farmer, Ilrnttleboro, Vt. 220.lt, Wit EARN MORE THAN 4. I have a few dhnres of dock of tho t nltcd tlutchers" Supply Corporation, Iniorporatcd unler tho laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts und lolng n dally cash business. I bellevo this stock will pay dividend!! of more Minn 10'o on every dollar you Invest In It. Tho corporation owns and con trols valuable patents. Tho reason It Is placing this stock on tho market Is to Increaso 'he factory space and pres ent capacity. The above Is practically n monopoly vvltn no competition. Jn a very short whllo this stock should bo worth a groat deal more thnn Its par value. It is now selling t $10 par. s Th's not n risk It is a sure This b'.'ine-'s Ins existed four ililn irui i u 'li lev li'i.- brought a 'n rec . :n i' pr i nt ajei-lty. f.e ion' 'in 'i 1 1 1 1 '-ii nl.v i ft on. ''Hi MOVIMVi iN', Attorney, 2"1 I'ev on.-nlre Miree'v Ituston, M.iss 0,w4t Again We Come with somo morn of those cholco bar gains that makes tho buyer happy. Finn homo of several acres of land and good buildings, on main road and near big village. Just tho place that makes one happy to own. Fruit of all kinds, tlno walor and an all around dandy with 4 cows, crops, tools, etc. $1,800 takes It. An eight-cow farm fully stockod, ixtra linn land and buildings, only throo mllos from thriving village, lino iugnr orchnrd, It's yours If taken at once nt tho low llguro of J2.200, Wo li re always In tho lend for what you want In farm property nnd you got a square dual, too, every tlmo. Call In nnd we'll tnlk It over K. II. .MrfilNMS, Knurx Junction, Vt, TEETH EXTRACTED ALxoluirl) Wlthotit lnln. The only ontoo In Uurllngton whcro you rnn got tooth oxtrncted without a tmrtlclo of pnn, without taking gas. My method Is II801 bv no ntlinr nrmon. I No pntn; no danrjor: no nftor effects. Kit. I,. I). 1IA7.UN, Ofllce. 21H Mnlu s Illlrllnglnn, Vt. O III ( Hour. 10 to n, 7 In B. ...EARLY VERMONT BOOKS Tut nun.' naMiitf early Vermont book! which they do not care to keep are Invited to write to J. U Boulhwlck. Bur Ington, vt wM UNDERTAKER, 168 North St. Tel. 965, HrRLINGTON, VT. CnllM AiiHnrrril t)nr NIrIi. Horace w. iiuirf.tt'n estate. STATE OK VERMONT. District of Chittenden Thu Honorable Probate Court for tho District of Chittenden, To tho holri. and all icrioim Inter ested In thn estate of lloiice u. Unr- rott, Into of Colchester, deceased, I greeting. Whereas, application hath boon j made to this court In writing, by tho administrator and Theodore 1'.. Hop- , kins, acting for and In behalf of Web- i ster Lodges No. 01. F. & A. M , nf Wl noofltl, In said Colchester, prajlng fori license and authority to conoy rial, ostato stundlng In tho name of said deeoatiod, representing to said court that Henry AV. Goodwin nnd Morris W. Goodwin, October 24, 1866, convoy, d to ; said deceased cortnln real estate, rights and easements, pertaining thereto and flo"i rib' d ns follows: "T'n- 'hlid storj of the building new In prif" of .r-tli'ii by us hi Main stre.t In Wlnooskl In suld Colclientcr, wit b the full and exclusive right of ingress nnd ogress thereto and there from over tho stairway on the Inside on tho west end of said bulldlni;. to gether with such undivided portion of the lot of land whoruupon snld build ing is erected as is the proportionate cost of erecting smld third story and stairway to the cost of erecting tho remainder of said building." That said promises nro tho third story with the approaches thereto of tho brick veneer block on the routhweet corner of Center nnd Main streets tn said village of Wlnooskl; that said Hor ace W. Ilarrett, deceased, January 31, lSIO; that his ostato was settled Jan uary SI. lS-lfl; that said cstato had no interest in nor mado any claim to tin- real ctato, rights and privileges in question; that said Webster Lodge, No. 01. F. .i A M.. claim that said do- reahi d held said real estate, rights and privileges for the uo and benefit of tho Master. Wirdcns nnd Dretheren of n)) 1qik un(, rP(,11PSt .,lld courl to wriint nronse ni.d authority to the ad ministrator of the r state of said de- censed, to deid said real estate to tho , .V-i-ter. Wardens and their successors 1 In office, for the use and benefit of i I-.MM l.odgo. , Whereupon, the ild court appointed nnd assigned tho Mb day of October, 1010, nt the prtbato court rooms, In 1 said district, to hear and de cide upon said applPatlon and petl Itlon. nnd ordered putdlc notice thereof i to be given to nl. persons Interested I then ln. bv publishing said order, to gether with the time and place of hearing, throe weeks successively In the Hurllngton Weekly Free Press, a nevvspnpor which circulates In tho neighborhood of those persons Inter ested In said estate, all which publi cations shnll be previous to tho day assigned for hearing. Therefore, you nre hereby notified to appear before said court, at tho time nnd pines assigned, then and there In snld court to ninko your ob jections to tho granting of such license, If you see cntlse. ('Iven under my hand, at the Pro bata Court ro-ms, tills 14th dny of September, 1!M0. HUMAN P. RAY. 13.wSt Judge. COS1MISSIOM5US' NOTICIS. INtiilo nf Jennie H. Itnleli, Hurllngton. The undersigned, having been ap pointed by the Honorable Probate Court for tho District of Chittenden, Commissioners to receive, examine and adjust the claims and demands of nil persons against the estate of Jennie 12. Halch. late of Hurllngton. In said district. deceased, and all calms exhibited in offset thereto, hereby give notice that we will meet for the purpose aforesaid nt the office ..f A. C. Whlttemoro, In the city of Hurllngton. In said district, on the third Thursdays of October nnd March next, nt 10 o'clock a. rn.. on e.ich of said davs and that six months from the Uth day of September. A. 1). 1010, Is the time limited by said court for talil creditors tn present their claims to us for examination and allowance. Dated nt Hurllngton. tl 1 17th day of September, A. D. 1910 a. a. wiiiTTr.Moitn, 12DMUND C MOWF.H, 12,w3t Commissioners. COMMISSIONERS NOTICE. l'stnte of IX her S. Kliigfclnad, Ilnr- llnglim. Tho undersigned, having beon ap pointed by tho Honoraolo Probate court for the District of Chittenden, Commissioners to receive, examine and idjust tho claims and demands of all i personB against the estate or istner . Ktngslnnu, lato or iiuriingion, in snld district, deceased, and nil claims oxhlhlted In onset thereto, hereby give notice that we will meet for th pur poc aforesaid, at the office of H. 8. Peck, In tho eltv of nurllngton, In sab' district, on this third Fridays of October and March next, at 10 o clock a. in., on each of said days and that six months from the 17th day of Sep tember. A. D. 1910, is the time limited by said court for suld creditors to present their claims to us for exam ination and allowance. Dated nt Hurllngton, this 17th dny of September, A, D. 1010. H. S. PF.CK', THOMAS REEVES, 12,w3t Commissioners. COMMISSIONERS NOTICE. Estllte of HesHle A. I. yon, Slielburnr. Tho undersigned, bnvlng been ap pointed b the Honorable Probuto Court for the District of Chittenden, commls stonms to receive, examine nnd adjust the claims nnd demands of all persons nguliut the estate of Hesslo A. Lyon, late of Shelburne, in said district, deceased, nnd nil claims ex hibited In offsot thereto, hereby give notice that vvo will meet for tho pur pose aforosnld, at the office of E. E. Dnvls, In tho city of Hurllngton. In until district, on the tided Wi.ilneailn vs l.f Oi tobnr and Mnr. h net. at 10 o'i leck a in., on c h of iM dnvs nnd thn- six months from 'he 1011. day of pti mbor, A r it' 10. I the tlmo limited by said tourt for said ci edi tors to present their claims to us for oxnmluatlon nnd allowunco. Dated at Hurllngton. this Kith day ot September, A. P. 1010 M. C, OHANIiY, E. E. DAVIS'. 12,wSt Commissioners. lYou will find that lost article by adver tising it in THE :wFitt PRESS ! ! 1 A- a. rJ -f . AHSENE BOUCHER HAPPENINGS IN YERMONT (Continued from pivre 1.) family, started Tuesday on her return to her homo In Kansns. Uond Commissioner Hnrnnrd Is doing finite nn amount of permanent road making at Itoclty Dale, cutting down tho hill near tho rnvorert bridge. T. H. Drnko wa In VergcntiM yesterday. Hay Hnsklns wns In llnrllng ton ycBterdny.-The N. D. dates Healty company of Rutland and Poultney havo joined forces with Clovo & Kstey, real cs tato agents of this place. -Mrs, Arthur Btovens nnd daughter of Cornwall nnd Mrs. Emily Bennett of Yonltcru, N. V nrn visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. K, ,. Hherwln nnd other relatives. NORTH FERRISBURG. Mr3. Emma Wood of Now York Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Oeorgo Collins. About (SO rolatlvos and friends surprls-cd Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur Field Saturday even ing, the 21st anniversary of their mar riage Dr. and Mrs. Edward Lane nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Prank lleltows started Hun day afternoon for a carriage drive, visit ing Mlddlebury, Kutlnnd, Hrldgewater and White Hlver Junction. Mrs, William Newton and family have returned to Hnmervllle, Mass,, after upending the summer at her father's, M, V. Allen. Mrs. Edward Ouyetto and children have returned to Hurllngton after visiting Mrs. Krnnk Ulssette. John Thompson is con lined to tho houto by lllniss. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lewis of Middlesex .pent Sunday at his father's at Mt. Phlto Inn. Mr. nnd Mrs. M, p. Allen havo roturned nfter a trip to Tioston and vicinity. The funeral of Martin I.lsor, who died sud denly Friday afternoon at the home of .Inir.es Moonoy, was held nt the Catholic Church fiund iy morning. Ho Is survived by n wife and three children. -Mrs. i.urlnda Allen has returned nfter visiting In Nc Haven. nrMnl, Mlddleburv end . r-tr.r. "hi M -'cs C'rrlc and frm ii Whirli'i n'ld ' h:i Wheeler spent Sun- nhy with Mi and Mrs. James Carrlek at Thompson's Point. ADDISON. Tho I.adiet' Aid. social at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Smith was a pleas ant affair and a success In every way. About !20 was realized from the supper nnd sale of aprons. Tho new ofllccrs of the Ladles' Aid sodety for the year are: President, Mrs. H. 12. Hmlth; secretary, Mrs. W. II. Palmer; treasurer. Mrs. Ilorthii Cnrr. The society Is In a flourish ing condition. A shower party wns given Miss Jessie Wlllmnrth Snturday even ing In honor of hor approaching marriage Wednesday nvenlng. Mrs. Mary Smith has been spending a few clays in Rurllng ton. Tho little Ooodnle baby at John Wilkinson's is quite sick. Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Clark vllted In Mlddlebury over Sunday. Ted Fish of Vergrnnes wns the guest of Harold Crnne over Sundnv, be ing on a hunting trip. Mrs. Olive 1px ter of Troy, N. Y., spent Inst week nt i Mrs. H. Hayward's. Russell E. Hmlth went to Mlddleburj' Monday to enter Mlddlebury College. Mr. and Mrs. Hrlggs of Hrocktou, Mass., are guests of C. N. Marshall and fnmlly. firand View grange goes to Monktnn Friday even ing at the Invitation of Floronn grange. BRIDPORT. The Orango will give a muslculo at Grange hall Friday evening, September 20. Several farmers In the west pait of the town had n large number of their sheep killed by dogs recently. Mr. and Mrs. George H. Hillings of Rochester, N. Y., ure visiting at O. E. St. John's. Mrs. D. E. Rice has returned from Spring field, Mans. Oeorgo Shea of Hoston Is In town. Chester Palmer and Datus Rico arc visiting at Lake Oeorge and .Schenec tady, N. Y. ADDISON. Word has reached hem of the death at Canton, N. V.. of Mis Ethel Oulby, daughter of .McKenrle (iulby.- Mrs. WIN laid left on Tueselay 11101 ntng for her home In Stanford, Conn., having been the guest of her mother, Mrs. Smith, and family for somo time. Charles Wlllinartli has returned to his home In New York. Russell Smith and Wlllard Carpenter, both graduate's of Vergcnnes high school last June, hnvo entered Mlddlebury Col lege. LINCOLN. Mr. und Mrs. Fred Thorne of New York nro visiting relatives In town. The young son of ilr. and Mis. Walter Sar gent Is very 111. Dr. and Mrs Rogers of Alburg visited Mrs, Roger's mother, Mr.-. Joule Morgan, over Sunday. Finnk Tur ner of Hancock vlsltt-el his mother, Mrs. Mary Turner, the last of the week, The town Sunday tchool union picnic will be held Saturday In Edgar Vnrney's grove. A young daughter of Mr. and .Mrs. Ar thur Cushmun Is very III. SOUTH STARKRBORO. There will be a box social at he Jerusa lem school house Friday evening, weather permitting, Tho proceeds will bo used to purchase a hell for the school. Mrs. D H. Underbill and Mrs. D. D. Follansbee were guests Suturday nnd Sund.v of Mrs Janettn Harnum and Mrs. Rov Ilurlburt In Monkton. -The Ladles' Home Circle will meet Thursday afternoon with Mrs William Orvls. Elea?.er fihnttuck Is 111. Thu cotid tlon of Mrs. Mary Young Is somewhat Improved, but she Is still con until to her room. Mrs. D. II. Flidcrlilll Is n guest of Mrs, W. W. Rider In Hrls tol. NEW RAVEN Mr. and Mrs. Charles Everest and Miss Madallue Everest weie In Hurllngton Sat unlaw-Heaver Glenn Grange will work thu 3rd und 4th degrees Friday evenin Septimber 23. Mr. nnd Mrs. M. C. Peek and Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Co.ites were guests of Mr. and Mrs. L, W. T.ift nf Lincoln Sunday. Mrs. Amelia L.irnard of Ilrlstol was the guest of Mrs. G. C. Coates Saturday night. Timothy lllckey, who has been In falling health for se-vural months, died Sunday morning, Tho fu neral was held Wednesday, BHOREHAM. Mr, nnd Mrs. F. E. Piatt nnd daughter ire passing a few days In Keene, N H. Mrs. II. W. Hurley returned September 11 from Three Rivers, where she has been visiting her daughtei, Mrs, McKce At the mlssUmary meeting Thursday with tho Mbses Ward, 44 Uidles woro pros tint. The new committee for tho Woman's llcnevolullt society Were elected: Mrs, Zouus llnldwln, Mrs. Nelson Jono.s, Mrs. Henry Wright; secretary and treasurer, Mibs Tottlnghum. The recital Friday ovunlng by Miss Alleno lllliiKwell was much enjoyed. Tho muBlcal numbers woro well received, Mlsb Wtirron of Or well und 12, N, Moore of Bhoreham each appearing In vocal solos and an 01-1'lii-stra from Tlcondtroga contributing two numbers. Mrs, M. F. LmiKwell of Hurllngton passed Sunday with her sister, Mrs. A. M. Smith. -Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Tottlnghnm of New York are guests of hla parents, Mr. and Mrs. A, E, Tottlnghrn.Mrs, (!. W. Kidder went to HurllnKton last Sat urday and Mondny Dr Kidder left town to elrlvn to Woodstock, whom ho Is to locate for the practice of medicine .V. , ' "'! pine Suml-iv iinncm, h -nnd Mrs. W. T. Dolano passed last week 1 fon r, turning home Mr und .Mrs. In Ottawa.. Mr, nnd Mrs F. B. Plait Fisher will attend tho Stato fair at rnmo Inst Baturda.v ovcnlng from ICeeno In a new automobile. .Mr. nnd Mrs. Mc .Onnlel nnd daimhler of Hpokane, Wash., mo guests of her aunt, Mrs. Dally Smith. Walter Monro ot I.oH AliRelca, Cnl., Is tho guest of his father, t,. 12. Moore. Henry llnrnnm of l'n i porl, 111., enmo Tuesday with tho icmalns of his wliv, who was Miss Ullrti Wright, daughter of the late Judgo Wright. Prayer wns said nt tho church with Interment In Lake View cemetery, llnlh Mr. and Mis, llnr tium were born In Rhoreliam, and are well remembered by our older people. HANCOCK. The young friends of t.eonnrd Marsh gave him a surprise Sept. S It Ik lug his 12th birthday. There wore li! present and ho received nhout $10. Mrs. 1211a Kidder of Hochestcr visited In town last week. Tho fair held In tho town hall by tho Ollvo llrnnch Saturdny nfternoon and evening was n success. They mnde nbout tuO. Oeorgo Church has moved his family into the tenement recently occupied by Walter Severy. Mrs. A. D. Meats Is very III. WHITING Joseph Cox and bride of Iiplor, Mich., uro guests of his sister, Mrs. C. 11. Hubbard, and family and other tela tlvcs In town. John Allies returned Mon day evening from Wllllamstou-n, vAhonj he was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Cnsey. Mis. A. A. Pond of llrandon was the guest of her sister, Mrs. C. .T. Mason, Tuesday and Wednesday. Air. Heady of Winsted, Conn., was a guest a' Sanford Kelsey's Inst week. Mr. and Mrs. 12dson llnuldvvln nro visiting In New York Htnto. John Alden started Wedncsdav for tho far West. Mr. nnd Mrs. Winery I'at node of flhoreham visited his son and family Thursday. Mrs. Howanl Cook of Hast Hhorchnm wns n guest at Ktncry Patnode's Friday. Mrs. Wanen llnuld vvln v.-n n guest In Uranden Mondny. Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Ketchum vljlted In 1 1 1 :i lido n 'Iuesdny. ORWELL. H. K. Hack N buying tipples at J2.2,".. Miss Maud Smith returned to her school In (.hlcopee, Vna., last week. Dr. and Mis. Ovvlett have oeeti spending a week ! In Montreal. Mr. nnd Mrs. William Fruiiuii will rfturn this week from Mon treal. Thlrty-tho grangers and friends visited the Sudbury grunge lust Thurs day evening. Mr. nnd Mrs. J3. 12. loung i ettirned from their European trip ln-t I ' Monday, having been abroad two month .Mrs. Iaura Hough nnd Mrs. M. Lilly 'of Putnam. N. V., nre guets of their , sister, Mrs. William Nlcker-on. Cnpt. ' C. E. Abell nnd M. II. Itrovvn have sold I their apples to New York parties for 2S per barrel The bonrd of civil author ity met Saturday and heard ovoi. .ip peals from the recent appril-ils Three slight changes Were made. W H. Nlckei -son etiti red seven horses nt Pair Haven I fair last we, k ,md received livn fust I premiun s ami two .-econd-. ft. M Wright went Inst wo 1; to N'ew York city. STARKSRORO. Mr. nnd Mis. N j. Heny of Richmond visited Mrs. Perry's parents. Mr and Mrs. A. L. White, over Sundnv. Nor man Lafayette has gone to Rutland, where ho has a position. Lnban Hill Is working for 0. 1-2. o'liryan. Mis. fleo. Thompson of Htitnnrd, who his been visiting her parents here, has returned home. Her grnndmotlier, Mr. S- ih 1 1111, nnd l.er sister. K.ite. returned with her for n visit. N. J. Hill hns bought a farm In Hnrnard and will move his fnm lly theie In the near future. Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Ferguson nro visiting their ditigh ter, Mrs. M. .1. Fowler. In Fist llethel -Mr. nnd Mrs. (icorge Nichols hnvo hired F. C. Smith's north fnrm nnd have moved there. Farmers here nie busy filling their slim. Some are digging potatoes and report a good crop The woik on tho peimnneiit ro.nl protTessIng favorably under the iliieetlon of . F. Clifford. When finished It will make a decided Im provement. W. N. Raldwln and A. A. Smith have put up two silo this pn-t week, one for 1 lonirr TromMoy and one lor Edward H.uilian. O. H Clifford hns put up two, one for Edgar Smith and one for Frank HlnesN E. Smith hu-. sold what was known as the' Lemuel Illll farm to C. ,1. Devoid. Allle Tims of Fair Unveil, who his bteti vl-itltig nt 1-2. K. Edd.v's, has returned home. It Is re ported that Archie Ro-s has rented Mis. Swift's house und will move to It sunn. Also, Emma Brooks has rented the house vacated by Oeorge Nichols Mrs. C. CI. Hostwlck returned 10 her home In Rn---lon S.itnrdae. Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Thnrirj are vIMtlng relatives In Li icolii. SALISBURY. Miss HosMc Hump went Sat inlay to Texas, where she Is to teach, unel Miss Georgia Hump went to Keene. N. II., where she has an otlke po-klon. Miss Isabille dale Is telephone central gill In. the' olllee nt PulNbury. Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge Thrall of Rutland attended the Hump family leuulon Inst week. MI'S Ruth EgBlelnn Is teaching In the Center school. Ml-s Jeannle Seeley has returned homo sifter nn extended vMt among rela tives. CORNWALL. Mr. and Mi. Alex lllghter and Mr. nnd 1 Vfrc llelllv Vimeelette nf West Pnrim'nll I have roturned from M0nlre.1I.- Mlssl Jessie Lane, who has been homo the summer vacation, left Saturday for' for l.'tlca, N. Y., where she Is to attend the wedding of a friend, and then return to Pittsburg, Pn.-Mr. and Mis. H, C. James, Mr. nnd Mrs. F. Manchester, and Homer Cobb nre at White River Junction attending the Stale fair. Philip Rose returned Sntunlay to Hnrt fend Theological Seminary after a visit with his parents, the Rev. and Mr.', Snm uel Rose. Flojd Speiry and Stuart llene dlct, who visited the Ott.iwa exhibition, arrived home Saiur.l.i.v. -Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Foote, who have been for the past two week.' touring In central New York, attended the Slate fair at Syracuse. ESSEX JUNCTION. Tho funeral of Calvin M. Rouso, who died Friday. v.'ns held Sundnv after noon at two o'clock from his Into homo. Tho Rev. J. S. Goodnll, D. P., officiated. Hurlnl was made In tho village cemetery. Tho corn canning factory of C, H. Haxtur ft Hios., that for tho past ten days has been the scene of a gront activity, Saturday hnd thn bunnor dny of tho season when both linos of machlnory were In operation and 100, 000 cans of corn was tho output for the day. Mr. nnd Mrs. Moses ' Fisher wont Halm ilny to South Frunilnghaiii, Masii,, to nttend the ninrrluge of their son, 1 Frederick FUher, 1 McLellean. which to Miss Elizabeth was solemnized at White River Junction. Calvin M. Rouse died enrly day morning at his homo about a mllo fi'nm this vlllngn on tho North Wllllston road nftor a brlof Illness of Indigestion nnd henrt trouble. IIo wns In tho village Wednesday. Mr. I Rouse wns born In Jericho, .'J years !ago and had resided on tho Hnnio farm In this village, for obotit CO years. Mrs. Rouso died seven years ago, since which Mr. Rouse's cousin, Hoyt Cham bers, hnH resided with him. His only near relative Is n slstor, Mrs. Clnrk, of Chicago. Tho nrrangemonts for tho The marrlnge of Thomas llogan and Miss Lillian Lucia, both of Colchc-ter, took place at the Chiircn ot mo noiy Family Tuesday morning. The ceremony wns performed by tho Rnv. J. II, l'nullot In the presence of several friends of tho voting couple. Tho meetings of tho R. H. fihermnn Pol, C. A. It. nnd W. It, C, wern held Tuesday nfternoon when tho post nr rnligfd for their next meeting the nfter noon of October IS, lit which tho Rev. Mr. Kent of Wllllston with other speak ers will be preient. Tho public will be Invited. Mrs. C. M. Forrln last Saturday enter tained a party of 11 ladles, whoso com bined ages with Mrs. Ferrin's were nbout i(i years. The youngest guest was (13 years old nnd the oldest fx) years. Incrensed travel over tho Hurllng ton A Lnmolllo branch of the C. V. R. R. has caused the mnnngeniont to j ninko up a practtenlly new train of more modern car?. Tho train now .consists of three full length cars, ln I eluding a eombltintlon mall nnd ex i press car, a smoker and n coach, which has been remodelled from a vestibule car with high back seats. The travel I over this line has been much larger ' this "ttinmor than usual and the con ductor, Frank Phlnvllle of Hurllngton. Is much pleased to be better ablo to accommodate bis pa -sf ngers. Mr. Khln , vllle began running on this line 21 I years ago and has since done so with the ereptlon of about 10 yenrs when he wns on another run. The Hiown's River creamery M.3f. per hundred for 4 tier cent during the month of August. pal 1 mill; WINOOSKI. Lorenzo P. Wnrdwell, one ot the best known residents of the village, died Sat urday evening at 9:15 o'clock at his home, 21 East Spring street. Mr. Wnrdwell's death followed a serious illness of over nine weiks nnd was not altogether unex ru'etcd by Ids family, but tho news of his passing away will come as a shock to his ii,i,y friend-. With the death of Mr. Waidwell, Wlnooskl loses one of Its lest known and most respected citizens. Mr. Wnrdwell was born and educated In Wlnoic-kl. Ho was OS yenrs of ago and hid rerlibd here all his life.. He was fin plovod .is a mac' Inlst In the woolen mill", having worked In that cnpaclty for many yenrs. He had been connected with the woolen mills for K yi-ars, having entered the employ as an apprentice when H yenrs of nfie-. Among his associates Mr Wnrdwell was known as an earnest, con se'b'iiclous worker and a homo man. Ho had few Interest" aside from his work and his home. The Illness which caused his death followed nn attack of pneumonia nbout three months ago. From this he m ver fully recovered and he suffered greatly during the Inst few weeks of his life. Mv Wnrdwell Is survived by his widow nnd by one' brother. William Wnrdwell . f Manistee, Mich., also by two sis rs. Mrs. William Traver and Mrs. E. ..I. Horton or this place, two daugh ters, Jennie M. Waidwell nnd Mrs. W. R. Chambers nnd two grandchildren, Har riet Wnrdwell Chambers and Robert Hax ter Chambers, nil of Wlnooskl. The fu neral was held Tuesil iy afternoon nt two o'clock from Trinity KpWcopnl Church. Interment w is made In On en Mount ci'inetery. Miss Sarah Lois Rnmprov and Onirics H. f "llpniiin weie married quietly Monday nlL-ht by tho Rev. F. O. Winnns. The groom Is well Known In this town, hnvlni; been In business hero for many years. He wns formerly a partner In the well-known hardware firm of Shlpm.in & Allen He Is also well known In lodgti and musical cir cles, for many yenrs conducting the or ehestrn that bears hlJ name. Miss Uom prey Is a former resident of this pi. ice. She studied nursing at Mary Fletch, r hospital nnd was recently employed In that capacity In Mnssiehusetts. A very protty homo wedding was solemnized at eight o'clock Tuesda even ing at the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Hor.u-e L. Thonins, Sr., when their dnugliter, Miss Nelllo M. Thomas, was married to Guy C. McKenney. The Rev. Goorgo It. Johnson performed the cere mony, the Episcopal service being usoel. Tho bible was given awaj by her father and .Mrs. William E. M u -Hi hie. sister lo the bride, acted as matron of honor, while1 Robert 12. Thomas, brother of the bride, acted as best man. The ceremony was pei formed In the parlor, which wns taste fully decorated with autumn leaves and asters, the bridal pair entering to tho strain of the wedding mnrch from "Lohengrin." rendered by Miss Agnes MucHrlde, niece of the bride. During tho services Miss MncHrlde also rendered "Memories of Love." Only the Immediate relatives of the attireil In n handsome gown nt 1 Kieon mnsiiowno ami enrrieu whllo bridal roses. Tho matron of honor woro a gown of pnlo pink silk nnd curried pnlo pink nsters. Fred erick c. Thnmus noted ns usher. After tho ceremony a lunch was served. Mrs. IT. T. Rtnnhopo and Mrs. Floyd Lasello of Hurllngton presiding nt tho tables. The brldnl pair hnvo n large acquaint ance hero nnd In Hurllngton. They worn recipients of mmiv beautiful gifts, among them many pieces of solid silver, linen nnd money. After a wedding tour they will bo nt homo to ineir irieniis at 22C Main street. Among , those from out of town who were hero ' to attend the wedding nro Mr. and 1 Mrs. T. N. Stanhope of Rlchford and Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Peavey of Shel don Springs. St. Stephen's Church wns tho sotno of a pretty wedding nt eight o'clock yesterday morning when Miss llonornh Fitzg. raid, daughter of Mr. mid Mis. John' Fitz gerald, nnd Thomas Dcaccy of Saratoga, N. Y., wcr muriied. The Rov. James P. Rand performed the ceremony nnd sang hlgh mass. Miss Catherine Fitzgerald, stsler of tho bride, acted us bridesmaid, and Frank J. Rollins of Sar.ituga, N. Y. was best 111,111. After tint services at tho church a wedding breakfast was served at thn homo of the bride's parents on Mal letts Hay nvunue. Mr. and Mrs, Deacuy will live at Saratoga, N. Y where tho groom Is employed by tho Dataware & Hudson Railroad company nnd where ho also conducts a lunch business. They wuit yesterday afternoon by boat to l'lttttsburgn, N. Y., and from there they will go to Montreal und other Canadian points, the Thousand Islands and Niagara Falls. Alining the guests from out of town wi'in Msh Margaret Mufford ot Rutland, Miss Elizabeth Cutney of Snrn toRa, Jnmes FlUsernld of Washington, D. C, Willi 1111 FUznernld of Plaltsburgh, N. Y., John Flt'i.ild of Clin., N. Y nnd the Mb -us Cntheihie and Ellen Fitz gerald of Johnson. ST. GEORGE. Mr. and Mrs. Perloy C. Russell and son, Rolfo, nf St. Albans waro at Earl Aycr's Friday. Mrs. Inhnm hai returned"; homo after caring for Mrs. Edward Kehoo for tho past ten days. Lawrence. Welllnger has been nttendlng grund Juror In Hurllngton this week. SHELBURNE. Miss Lola Vnn Vlelt gave nn nfter noon tea to about 20 young lndtes Sat urday nfternoon following the an nouncement of hor engngemnnt to Sidney Ethan Claflln of Charlotte. Prof. Charles I,eo Tracy, Mrs. Cornelia Tnggard, Prof. Theodore Hoeck, Mrs. Hoock and son, Kennoth, havo return- od to Now York nftor spending tho Bummer nt It. W. Tracy's. EAST CHARLOTTE Tho funeral of Martin lessor of Monition, who died suddenly In Fer rlsburg Thursday, wns held nt the1 Church of Our Iady of Mount Carmol Sunday morning nnd thn burial was mndo In tho Catholic cometery. Mr. Lessor was tho youngest of the chil dren of tho lato Philip Lessor. Ho was born In Charlotte and had spont tho greator part of his llfo hero. Ho Is survived by a wlfo and three chil dren. Mr. nnd Mrs. H. H. Ilackley of Oroentlold, Mass., havo been visiting their nlceo, Mrs. William K. Harris. Miss Crandall nnd Miss Northrop of Hurllngton were recent guests at H. J. Clnrko's. Prof. A. L. Eno hns ro turned from Hoston nnd Is tho guest of his mother, Mrs. Phoebo Eno The four schools In this portion of Char lotto opened Tuesday, September 0, with the following teachers: Mrs. Vosburgh, school No. 0, Miss Cora I Clark. No. 10; Miss Marv Qulnlan, No. Ill; nnd Mrs. Thorpe, No. 12. School No. 7 closed this fall for want nf tho ; legal number of pupils; school No. 11 closed the past week on account of 'the Illness of tho teacher. Daniel St I.Oeorge has resumed work at Homer Clark's nfter having been laid off five weoks by Illness. Miss Anna Stacy has gono to Woodstock, N. II., where she Is engaged In teaching Mrs. Oeorge Hell nnd two children, who camo from Norwalk, Conn., several weoks ago to visit her uncle, William P. Kellogg, and family, loft Thursday for Enosburg Falls to Join her hus band, where, It Is reported, he hns recently purchnsed a farm. Mr. and Mrs. William Ooddnrd and son of Rut land nro lsltlng tholr cousin, Mrs. , nrnvton Clarke, and famllv. The fnPrnI nf r.aura Momnrknt, widow of 1 t,,p1, Jtarsh. who lived In town 4n yenrs ago or more, and who died In Hlnesburg last Thursday, was held Saturday morning nt the Church of '"IP l-ndy Interment ' e-i etery of Mount Carmol. and the wns made In th" Catholic WILLISTON. Mr. nml Mrs. R. A. Arms entertained Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Halley, Mrs. Dr. An drews and Mrs. A. II. Slmonds of Hur- i Mngton Wednesday evening with an auto j mobile trip and dinner. Mr. and Mrs. , James O'Hrlen nru tho parents of a son. j Harold e'rnno of Hurllngton spent Sun day with Wlllard Arms. Charles Metcalf of Hoston Is visiting his parents, Mr. and j Mrs. W. II. Metcalf. Marshall Miller re- turned Saturday1 to Princeton University I for his senior year. John Forbes Is con valescing with a broken limb. Miss Mil dred Warren and Mrs. Frank Clark are recovering from sprained ankles. Mn dnmu Mnynard of Hurllngton has been a guest of Miss Martha Clark and Mrs. Hester Miller. Henry Root returned last week to San Francisco, Cal. The young people gave a corn roast Thursday night. Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Spnuldlng of Hur llngton nnd Miss Lilian Douglass of Co vlna, Cal., were present The Ladles' Aid society gave a chicken plo supper Fri day evening. Miss Demet will not return to her school In town on nccount ot the lllnes nnd death of her brother In Gran ville, N. Y James, Kennedy Is 111. Charlie Lahua suffered tho loss of his right foot In an ensilage cutler on the farm of Mrs. Mary Clark September 14. He wns taken Immediately to Mary Fletcher hospital. SOUTH BURLINGTON. There were two very pleasant social events In town last week, the first 0110 being Tuesday evening, when about CO ' of the friends and neighbors of Mr. and ' Mrs. E. W. Hutler gathered at their 1 pleasant homo on Fourth street to help j them celebrnto the 2.1th anniversary of their marriage. They were preented by the company with n sliver tea service nnd many other useful gifts. The second onn was Thursday evening, when a company of the citizens of the town, numbering over PA met at the homo of Representative-elect S. L. Caswell and enjoyed the hospitality of their home. The Morgans of St. George furnished music for danc ing, which lasted to a lato hour. MILTON. The Hon. and Mrs. D. J. Whlttemoro 01 Milwaukee are guests of her brother, Col. H. O. Clark. O. O. Phelps Is visit ing 1,1s sister, Mrs. Emery Reynolds, In Petersham, Mars. Tho Stondnrel crenm eiy hnvo sold out to the Hood company of Hoston.- Tho body of the elRht-year-old son of Orvls Gabane of Westford was brought here for Interment In the village cemeteiy Tuesday. Henry Powell Is home from Minneapolis. Frank Mayvlllo has gone to Houthbrldge, Mass. Henry Massey of York, Pa., Is spending his ncatlon at his father's, Oliver Massey. S. II. Ashley of Grand Forks, N. D., Is visiting his father, C. S. Ashley. WESTFORD. Mrs. Henry McGlnnls of Trenton, N. J., Is visiting Mrs, J. E, Allen -Charles Whipple, Homer Paige, Arthui Morgan and Clinton Fnulklns went to the Ottawa fair last wvek.A son of Mr. and Mrs. Orvls Gabaree died Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Perry are homo from their wedding trip and are living with Mr. Perry's parents HUNTINGTON. Mrs. Ilene Wescott of Fsex Center Is a guest of Mrs. Mar Sweet Mrs Mary Ring entertained the King's Daughters vesterday Mr. and Mrs. Gcorg Hall en lei tains tho Farmer' club September 20. Miss Gladys Johnson returniel to Hur llngton Sunday morning -James Carpen teT of Jericho has moved Into the Saylcs tenement -Mr. and Mrs. Alton Phillips arur entertaining Mr. and Mrs. Huzzell of nurllngton XJNDERHILL. Dr, A. F. Iturdlck, who hns been ecrU ously ill, Is much botter-Dr. W. S. Nay, who Is 111, remains about the same. Mrs. N. 12. Wright hns gono to Poughkeepslo, N. Y for a visit with relatives. Miss Hazel Knight, who has been visiting In St. Albans, returned home Monday night. The rndcihlll high school, nccompanlcd by their teachers, made the ascent of Mount Mansllcld Saturduy. Frank Met calf and Archie Klrby, Miss l.tura Good rich and Miss Mae Jllakey made a trip lo Mount Mansfield Sunday.- Miss Mcllnilh. n trulned nurse, who hns been cnilng for Dr. lluidlck, luis relumed to Hurltuutoti. JERICHO. Tho Rev. and Mrs. E. J. Ranslow ol Bwnnton were guests over Sunday ol Judgo and Mrs. c. ft. Palmer. (Icon- Wells of Now York and J. Leo We-.lls of Chicago nre visiting their mother. Mr. S. H. Wolls.-.J in Wells and Miss Lnura Cutting of Northlleld nro to bo married Wednesday The men's orgunlzed c'tiss of the HnptNt Sunday school enjoyed 111 outing nt M.illotl's Hay Saturday Mis. Eileen McMahon Is lll.-Thi choir ot tlm Congregnllonal Church was assisted b 0. Herbert Perclvul of WoM Rutland Hun day.-Followlng the chicken pl supper nt the Congrcgntloiial Church TuesO overling then, wns a social hour, nnd Mrs. H. C. Ilawley tang and tho Rc E. J. Ralislow spoke.. Mrs. Chittenden of South Hurllngton Is visiting her son. C. M Chittenden -Mrs. N. II. Ooodwln, who fructjred a bone In one anklo some two months ago, Is able to bo about on the rtreel Hon-) 1 u nite returned Snturd-iv from Ottawa where ho has been attending the fair Mrs. Hesslo Austin and two children ol Stovve are visiting her aunt. Mrs. W L Roberts. -The Splln broth, rs havo sold their farm In tho e,itrn rnrt of th town to Albert Slreeter n l.,,lton -a 1 Church has returned after a vld i Hnrdvvlck and vlclnltv Ml 1 . ,r, , Hurlbut, who was to h iVe ber n b , u- t home from Mnry Fletcher ho-;il'a,, been taken to the Fnnny A I t, v ' for treatment. Mr. and Mrs A f W' Hams returned Saturday aft. r a two wi.cks' visit with relit! v-m I- Mi ,nr i I setts and will -.pnd t f. w d , w tt- relatlves here bef.,rc going to t'leb' hoins In St. Albans. WEST EOLTOV Mrs. L. J. (Ille has returmd f We- cester, Mass. In- 1 1 in ir 111 ' ! City visited Miss Ne.nl-. !a-t w , Hall went to (ilen Sutton. .i . I r day, returning Monday - Fred 1 r Wotcester. Muss.. Is '-'tlrg 1 r Mr. nnd Mr". O W Sin, -Mi r nice Hnll Is visiting ii I n'p charlotte.-Mr. and Mr l.rre 11 . 1 titer s t I r'f Hs-ex were In town H i. j. Mr. and Mrs. Albert MP and Olenn Morgan of I v Mled their mother, Mi- last Sunday Albert Street, vr Li ir H ill'im ' -vvn H nrv Y irk r has bought the Spin. tie fnrm In Fnd'rhlll. UNDSRHILL CENTER. James Fltz-dtntnons. Sr , has sold h'i farm to Mr Str.ders of Hurllngton.-A N Jennings has moved his family and I hold effects to Pomfret, whore be ' s employment. John and Daniel St 1 have sold their farm, Including st 1 Implement", to A. II. Slreeter of H Clifford Terrlll. who has been v j I'elntlves here, will leave for his h Detroit. Mich., Thursday. Tl end' 1 of Rhlnebei k, N. Y., Is visiting h Mrs. I,. A Hacan. Michael, Ch r". 1 lohn Gill of Montpeller piss. 1 "" here with former neighbors W Frost of Grand Rapid-. Mh, vv been vNltlng relatives r rl Ir ' cho. left Morday to it. ' t.lC .it 1 Army encampment a' kv. ictf CI' J. Elmer Kinney eif Ni w York clt iv Is visiting his mother Ir. J. rl ho, w 1 town Tuesdnv. The Eddy crcamerv r A 1 30 cents per pound for August butter WEST MILTON. Milton Co-operative creamery r 1 patrons for last half of Augu t "1 cents for butter fat and 17 pe ren churn gain Alton Costello will s move to Mr-. Hullock's house MILTON BORO. Mrs. Sarah Mills ts In St. Albans for medical treatment. Mr. and Vr Charles Sander, wi were it 11 1 J Sunday. Mrs. Mnud Hogaboom has passed the summer lit unr f 'her' returned to Franklin Snt .r.l v V s Emma Hean has gono to Hrldg water Mass., as teacher In a young 1 "cs school. A party of 17 tn ia I imr ' etilnv ed ,1 po 1 1,- e.n F'- ' 1 1 Savage islands Saturday wii 1 chowder and hot coffee W C was called to St. Albnns Friday Illness of his son-lu-Iaw, E. M BOLTON. a ' '1 Hlakc by t e Hlake. Dr. F. E. Steele, Jr.. of Wntcrbury was the guest of Sidney S'lblns Frl dnv. Mrs. George and ber sister nf Wllllamstown visited Mrs. Mabel Fld elock Satuiday and Sunday Mrs. Al ien e'nndall of ' ' 1 J 'e vst, Mrs. H Muzzy Tuesday G Senir ot Waltsfleld Is stopping with 'C " s for a few days. HUNTINGTON CENTER Ml Iierthn Norton has g 1 x t u . Is lington to work In E. E. ( larkson s u il llnery department. Holla Surg, n w r Wlnooskl Monday to attend St Mi k s College Mr. nnd Mrs. George F' Kr and daughter. Daisy, went to W 1 rrs town Monday to attend tho funeral 't Oliver Spooner. R. A. Norton wa Montpeller Thursday. Mrs. Truax it North Troy Is visiting her son, Henry Mrs. Clara Norton has returned to Uei work In Hurllngton. Mr. nnd Mrs. WllMnm Miner, Law rence Gardner nnd John Miles are at tending the fair at White River Junc tion. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Howe ot SpilngfU-ld. .Mass. are s-,tnK iier parents. Mr and Mrs 't V linker -Tho ladles will hnve n soi l.iijlo at the hall Wednesday. Sept. 2s --K G N r ton had two fingers taken off w i o cutting corn Wednesday R, E. Tic- ton Is vlsl'lng X. Partcher In St. George. EICHMCND. Mrs. Ileniy Rlggs nnd Mrs Simmons, who have spent t 10 A rib ir s inn. t In England, expect tn arrive In Mot tr al li id iy. The Louise' M. Smiley Clrel of King s Daughters held .1 1 cceptiJii in I O I' F. ball Tuesday afternoon In h nor -C Mrs. Rattle Whlteonib of Chb igo frr.e'.y a icsldent hero nnd one of the ii-' hers of the society. Mrs. Alberts ot li r llngton Is visiting her daughter t 1 b a homo of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Laro k Mr and Mrs. (. It Pino. Mr. and Mrs W 1 lam Flet7, Mr. nnd Mrs, E, W Frecnnn and Mis. Mary O Rrlen !cive this in e Ing for a ten days stay In New V k Mrs. llattie Whltcomh and son, Hnr'V, of Chicago are the- guestH of Miss C A, Williams.-Mis. Mnry Jacobs of Unltlmm, Mass. Is visiting her daughters. Sin, W C. Fuller nnd Mrs. C. A Averill -Ml" a. L. Raker of Wllllnmst vvn is visiting nt the home of the Rov. Frances Kimball. -Th Louise M Smiley Clrclo of King's Daughters met nt tho vestry of the. I'nlversallst Church yesterday after noon, HINESBFRG. Miss LU.7I0 llnldwln of Hurllngton was n guest of Mrs. G. D. Hoynton over Sun dn Mrs. Herbert Hetcher leturned to ll.iiUvlllo Monday after spending a week here. The MUse's Inuza Ftaser and Mary Dvvlre, who nttend Cnstleton Normal School, weie at their homes over Sun day Joso Dvvlre of Fit 'bourn, Mass., Is visiting his mother, Mis, Joscphlna Dwlra. Thu recital by pupils of Ellen Hull nt town hull Saturday evenlu,r waj largely attended. Dr, A L. Inrner his (Continued on page !1),