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'MlSiS l'KKfc-5 AND TIMES; THURSDAY, KKPTKMHKR 22, 1010. 3 J HAPPENINGS IN VERMONT (Continued from pane 2.) returned from Nova Scotia with his bride, who wnn formally Ml.11 Kingston 1 ml who has for somo time resided In Durltngton.-Mrs. Sidney liny died nt tlio iomo or tir daughter, Mrs. Edward Sev sranco, In Burlington Snturdny. Burial tervlces will be held nt tho Hlnesburg cemetery to-day nt I!:). Mrs. Itny has been 11 life long resident of this town and & member of thn Baptist Church for GO )'ears. She loaves threo daughters, a son nd soveral grandchildren. The funeral lervlces for Mrs, Marsh were held nt East Charlotte Saturday morning nnd Interment wns In the Catholic cemetery. Bho died nt tho homo of her daughter, Hri. lleman Morrill of this town. Mrs. Waldo Davis nnd two rhlldren go this week to Claremont, J. fl., to visit her lister, Mrs. Fny Clnrk. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hnhnelt nnd Mr. ind Mrs. Mann of Mansfield, Mass., visit, (d at C. W. Pierce's the first of the weel;. Mrs. William Orell nnd son, who have been visiting In Burlington and Stowo, hnve returned to spend a few weeks with Mrs. Sophia Degree O. D Bnynton, I,, 1, Uronson ond James Davis left Monday for Atlantic City, N. .1., where they will ittend the national 0. A. R. convention. John C. Allen of Monmouth, 111., nnd Mrs. H. C. Cnssndy of Springfield, Mass., are visiting at J 11. Allen's. H. H. Trout and slnt"r, Josephine, of Wntcrbury ire visiting Mips Mnme Mngcc. Mrs. ft' He Magco Is spending a few days In Ut hntond, the guest of her sistei, Mrs. II K Kenyan - Mrs. Hoy M'incr and son ire In Hhellmrne visiting Mrs. Degree. Mr. and Mr" George Palmer were called to Charlotte Sunday to attend the fu neral of Mr Lessor, an uncle of Mr. Pnlmer Mrs. Waldo Davis, son, Thels, and daughter, Ethelyne, went Monday to Clnrcmont, N. II , to visit Mrs. Davis's lister, Mis Clark. A largely attended reception was tendered Dr. A. L. Lamer and brldo at tho town hall on Tuesday evening. JERICHO CENTER. Mr and Mrs. James M. Carpenter, after i re lilenen In town of 31 years, moved ;o 11 ntington Wednesday. They go to It n"lngton to he near relntlves In their Jeiunlng v ears. A surprise birthday party was tendered to Mrs. Adelln Blch neM. at tin. homo of Mrs. A. C. Hos W in - inst Saturday by present nnd for nor members (if her Sunday school elnss. There were about 30 present, and the af ternoon was verv pleasantly spent In visiting, rending, the offering of congrat ulations to .Mrs. Dlrknell, and the serv ing of refreshments. The presentation nf n goodly iiinintlty of silver ware on behalf of those present testified the es teem In which Mrs. Ulcknell Is held by her class and friends Mis. Kinmn Ualley of Wlnooskl Is a visitor at her con In's, Mrs. L. II. Chaplns. Miss Phelps of Grand Isle Is also visiting nt Mrs. C'hnpln's. -Mrs. Fannie roller of More town 1 visiting her uncle nnd aunt, Mr. and Mis. F. A. Fuller. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Hopkins of Waterbury Center made their grandson. Dr. Hopkins, n short vilt the pnst week. They were on their way homo nfw having taken a curr'nee dilvo through the northern part of the State. Mrs. Jennie W. Hart re turned from a two weeks' visit In Ot tawa Tuesday. In the acount of the re reptlon to the entering class of the high school In lost week's Items, tho readings by Mis. G. C nioknell nnd Mrs. Cora W. Chapln, and tho singing by Mrs. Leon II Prior were nocldently omitted. Both were very enjoynblo nnd added greatly 'o the pleasure of the evening. -Mrs. H 11 lllgglns wns nt Mrs. E. 5. Jordan's m-er Sunday on her wny from Snxtons River to Ivoryton. Conn. A. 13. Puffer kicked a lnrpe red tomnto that weighed nn pound 3 1-2 ounces from u rllmhlng rlnn In his garden nnd which he pre tented to J M. Carpenter The seed came rom Washington, L. C. ESSEX CENTER. M Mary Davis of Norwood, Mass., Is nt the home of her parents, Mr. nnd Mis C II Davis. Miss Peabody of Nor wood, Mass., Is visiting Miss Alice Da vis Mr and Mrs. TIu?h Vlele of Hrat tleboro visited at O. 13. Blxhy's Thursday. -Charles Ransome, who lias been serl )u.ly III, Is better.--.Mrs. Albert Pao.net ins returned from tho hospital much Im proved. The funeral of the Infant chtld 5f Loyal Remington was held Monday, nlth burial In Ml. View cemetery. -Miss Ora Atherton Is tenchlng in the place if her sls'er, Bessie, who Is II,. Johnson s.- Co , paid for 4 per cent milk for Aug jst 1 32. ENCSBURG FALLS. .Ml s Melissa Perley of East Berkshire " is iei n staying a fow days with Mrs. I Potneroy --J. A. Leach, n traveling ri in whoso family tesldo here, Is 111 with I, iiImIci fevtr In a hofpltal In llutiand.- II 1 1 Ilest of Piirllngton, a former resl dent, ns In town Snturdny, A party muMMlug of I., II. Turk and II. W, Al ien of Hiirllngtnn and 11. O. Clark of Lnsi Otnnge, N J , called on C. L. Mui'ili Saturday Carloton Smith and Miss Margueille b'te'son wire In St Albans over Sunday. -W S. Hutchinson nnd J. C. Towle were In Georgia S.uunUy on highway husl in ss. Athol It. Ttell of Harm wns a guest of his pni cuts, In, and Mrs. A, II. noli, over Sunday.--Frid Touehetto has moved Horn tho house uf C L. Marsh near the grist mill into a tenement on Pearl street belonging to A. II Mauley. A. J. Wood word will move mkiu Into thn house va cated by Mr Tiuehette.There wns a rorn ronst Faturdny evening In J. O. Kimball's fleld.-M. J. Irish left Monday for Norwich, N. Y., whero he will enter the employ of a company ns n traveling talesman Mrs. ft. rc. Ayers nnd two rlaurli'irs Ms'tle md (Undys, of I'rod rick, S IX, who have been visiting Mrs. Ayets'a slier, Mrs. C, L. Ovltt, a fow in j left heio for home Inst night. Miss Amelia Keeler of Essex, anothtr .ilster, has also been hero a few Jays -C. II. Htrntton, rural carrier on 'onto four, bfiruii a two weeks' vncntlon Monday, his substitute, B. F. McFeeter. taking the route, The Mlsfis Helenn Carpenter, Florente Aniltlii- and Charlotto Jcnno went to Mlilillebiuy Tuesday, where they will titer MUldirbury College. Miss Annie Morrill left Tuesday for Auburndalo, Mtii , to continue hr (tltdles in J.sell KMii.ii.ii.ry -O. M Jeffords went to Kx tin, N H., TuesiUy, where ho Is a stu tJnil at Pnllllps-Exeter ncudemy. As tlm resi.lt of n friuas between Isaac Iiioni, and Steplmn Ttlllndo n week ngo, Biieriff Holnien cain by nutomobiie after illllHdo Monday afternoon. He secured r-nll and was buck that evening, Tho nUn box miAnlnc anil reception to bight J-errers a'id Mothers' Jawels will tnke (lare H.-.tui.iny nfternoon nt the Metho ll.it Church pai!oiH.--Coniplalritr hsving FRANKLIN renchrd tho trustees In regard to distur bances on tho street evenings, they have appointed A. J. Croft a fipeclal police man. An ntltntnohlle pnrty headed by o. Merrill nnd M. I. Perley nnd Including t V. tlntes of Frnnklln, Dr. K. M, Drown of Sheldon, V. A, Irish, ,f, v,'. Pnmcroy, H. J. Tyler, Dr. F, H. llrown nnd J, C. Towlo of this plnce left Tues day to nttetid the State fnlr.-Tho funeral of the late Mrs. 8. K. Felton of Hurling ton wns held from St. Mntlhcw's Church Tuesday morning nt 10 30 o'clock, the Itev. K. H. Ktono of Swnnton, n former lector, officiating, nssUted by the Itev. W. T, Forsytho Hurlnl wns In Missis fluid cemetery, Schools In the village hnve been I ruled nltely closed owing to n rnsc of dlph-therln.-Mlm Para E. Craves of Water bury Is visiting In the homo of M, p, rcr ley. Tho Ministerial association hold their regular meeting with thu Hev. W, T, Forsythe Tuesday. -Owing r, trouble with the engine nt South Franklin Tues dny morning, E. F. (Ji-ccnwood made a trip to St. Albnns by nutomobiie to take passengers, who wished to make conneo tlons. Ho made the run In 10 minutes. RICHFORD. The enrollment of the high nnd graded schools or this illnge Is 478 for the Ilrst two weeks of the school yon-- mi. Ma rlon (5. nustcdt started Moml i ,, North tnrollnn, where she has a position as teacher. -Miss C.eorgln Mnrtln U(H gone to Claremont, Is. II., where she will teach In the public schools. Washington Jleliekali Lodge, No. M, observed the COth anniversary of the Itcheknh branch of Odd Fellowship In Odd Fellows' hall Monday evening, MIhs LI I In Coffin re turned to her homo In Itoston Saturday night after aq visit of two weeks with Mrs. C. II. Aiken. Tho Woman's club will serve a fore fathers' dinner In the basement of tho HorlghU building to-day. The proceeds will go to the village Improvement fund. -'I ho Ho v. find Mrs. W. (. Bcofleld are visiting their daughter, Mrs. A. E. Mnsso of Grand Llgne, Que. Mr. and Mrs. Mnssn returned homo last week from a tour of three mouths In Europe. Mr. and Mrs. Scofleld and Mr. and Mrs. Mnso will go to Mr. Mnsso's cottage nt Sixteen Inland lake, north of Montreal, for ,i vncntlon. Mr. Scofleld will not preneh nt Sheldon next Sunday, but will return to preach theto Octobor 2. Mr. nml Mr. M. !. Lenr have returned homo 1 rom a v'-dt of several weeks In Pennsylvania. Tho day express on the Canadian Pacific rail way, duo hero from Montreal nt 11:"0 a. in., did not nrrlvc Sunday until rt:l.i p. in. The dclny wns due to a freight car with a broken nxle blocking tlw mnln lino north of Sutton, Que. The Hiehford baso bull team received its worst de feat uf the season Satutd.iy nt the hnnds of the Marcots of Montreal, b"!ng shut out with n score ul '. to 0. Only one ltlcli ford jilnycr reached third bnsc. G. Leltoy (ilbsun Is vMtlng relatives In Nnshu.i, N. 11., nnd will Mt his sister. Ml.- Anna Gibson of Huston, tin ills Journey he wns .ucompanli i lis fur ns Lynilon- llle ly his son, Italph Gibson, who has vtitcred the Lyndon Instltut and will take n two years' murse In agriculture. Sundny wns n day for uutoinoiiile parties to and through this plnce. A lnrge pnrty In two touring cars from Kniiwlton, Quo., and a pnrty In a large touring car from St, Albans were at the American House for dinner, milk ing the number of transient guest.i at the hotel over 40. The atitos, filled with Newport people who had been to Knowlton, Que., for a ride and dinner. passed through here In the afternoon on their return. Howard M. Mandigo has gone to Northfleld, Mass., to take a four years' coarso In the V. M. O. A. training school. The condition of Samuel Wilson, who hns been very 111, Is h: much mproeil that he Is able to be out on l lie street.--Jnnvs Chnse has received an appointment in the U. S. customs service nt Motitrenl, nnd has gone to that port. ST. ALBANS. Changes In the local force of demitv collectors of customs are as follows: Hoy T. Kent transferred from Montieal to this city, Felix Pratt, from this poi t to Windmll Po nt. and Clnreiu e K. Raivr trom the latter place to this port. Ml: Julia Dewoy. yuiirigrst daughter of Mrs. Hurl'en L. Dewey, nttemptnl to commit suicide nt her hume on Lincoln avenue Thursday mornini: bv iiittliu: throat. Miss Dewey lias been 111 nnd be came despondent conci ruing her condi tion. She will probuhly recover. Tho mnrrlngo engagement of Miss .1 line Mitchell, daughter of Dr and Mrs. George O. .Mitchell, and Edmund II. Hovce. r-nn of Stephen E. Hoyce, has been announced. Ldwnrd Dillon and Miss Knte Snlllvnn both of this cltv. were innrriod Mondnv afternoon and left thnt evening for trip to Montreal. Mr. Dillon camo to tbN city from Moberly, Mo., nnd Is superin tendent of the Central Vermont machine shops. Invltntlnns were issued Mondnv to tho wedding of Miss Mabel Kit en Vincent, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice II. Vincent, and Stephen Hrooks Collins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick A. Collins, which will tnke. place at the homo of tho hrldo's parents on MeuMnser street Wed nesday, October 3, at eight o'clock In tho cvunlng, Miss Helen Holmes, who recenilv re turned from a trip abroad, is 111 of typhoid fever In Hoston. It Is tboiurht Miss Holmes contracted the dlseaso In Home. Tho dentil of Mrs. Minerva Pikn oe. curred at the homo of her son, Sidney Pike of Parsons avenue, yesteiday afr noon. Tho funeral arrangements have not been made. SW ANTON. The town clerk has issued SO hunting licenses thus far this senson. Last year 200 licenses were Issued to Swanton hunt ers. Game Is about as plentiful ns usual. Tho Itobln Hood Ammunition company has shipped soveral carloads of nmrnun!-. tlon during the pant week. Hector Hnr retto nnd family nre to move from Chnrles Pencil's tenement to Mrs. CampN house on Second street, nnd Mrs. Roberts rf Swnnton Juctlon will occupy the tene ment vncated by Mr. Hnrrette. Six-foot cement walks are being laid on Grist mil! hill. The big warehouse on tho north sldo of the river, owned by tho Central Ver mont road, has been leased by the Pills bury Flour company of Minneapolis, nnd Hwanton will bo a distributing point for the products of this concern. S. E. Solo mon of Bprlngfleld, Mnss., New England manager for the Plllsbury company, has engaged O. A. Ilnchand ns wnrehousn foreman. For 24 years Mr. Ilnchand was employed at the Rich lime works, Tho Northern Supply building wns erected originally for Ceresota flour, later It was used by tho Plllsbury company and when the agency wns moved to St, Albans the building wns occupied as n storehouse by the Itobln Hood Ammunition company and vacated by them on completion of their new plant In the east purl of the village. The building Is being rnpldiv filled with Plllsbury products. Charles Woodard has been engaged ns lornl freight house foreman by the tYntrnl Vermont nt the west station,-Allan Pin-, man Is III with slow fevor. William Pn.wi,. Is here from Kingston, Pa., for the f ill duck shooting on hK (.round1- nt the mouth of tho river -Miss Its.-le lingers, who has been spending the sum.., r al ChntaiKinn, hns returned homo. Conduc tor M. O'Day has returned to duty be twreii Montreal nnd While ltlver. Ho wns compelled to give up his run several weeks In fore the strike on account of rheumatism anil has been confined to tho house all summer. Safford Ini ibnr and Miss Olive Hough ton were mnirlnl Sunday, the Kcv. Mr. Pierce pet forming the ceremony. MONTGOMERY. Honjarnln S-'nltcr of New York hns been the guest of his niece, Mrs. Emerson W, Combo, the p"-t week. 'Mrs. Domhia DrnUn of Morlnh, .N. Y , who has been with her Elter, Mrs. George Smith, the past week, returned to her home on Tues day -Mr- O"! 'tru.t' 1 Mrs. Hrnke spent u few daj . ,n llili l'.iil. last week. .Mrs. L. f I. Llbhy visited In Montpeller over Sunday. John Rnxondnlo Is spending a few days with his parents, tho Hev. find Mrs. J. T. Hnxcndale. Mnx Goodrich, who is tnklng a theologl rnl couiTo at McGIll Collect, prenrhed at the Methodist P ' i- rch Sunday ovonlnsr, ,, hl imronK Mr. and -.lid. uilver Goodrich. The Enoslnnij I' nils students tiro homo on account of dlphtherlt hnvlng broken out In the school. Georgo Mooro Is visiting his mother, Mrs. James Manner. Perley Cnsavnnt has rented H. J. Lambert's new ' e ni'd commrtircd housekeeping, SHELDON. Mrs. Jane Sherwood sulTered n shock Wednesday mornliig.- S. J. nice has been on a (rip through Canada. llenjninln Lll ley, station agent. Ins purchased a horse. Levi Gilbert Is having bl.i house re routed. Hnlph Curtis went in Albany Hnslm ss College Mori Iny inoiulng. Mrs. William Hushlow and Mrs. Elmer Dann have gone to Huston on a sightsee ing trlp.-Mester Howard Hall of Sheldon Pond hns Injui'd bis hand unite badly. A. M. Keith Is lll.-E. G. Newton Is sick. ENOSBURCe. The Itev. Mr. Diirffrcv Stntc Sunday school superintendent, gave nn Interest ing talk nt the Hnptlst Chinch Monday evening. The Chriftlnn llndeavor meet ing will he held nt Ennsburg Center In stead of Knt r:rioshurg Thur.-diy night. W. .1. Chnffre Is (lie If udcr. Tho condition uf J. A. Leach, 111 or typhoid fever nt a hospital in Rutland, remains about the simi' - Mlln Cross of Hyde Park visited at F M Wright's last week. FAH17A.2L Mrs. IJ. II. FnlTnrd, after doing n wash ing Mondnv fm enoun, was at tho telephone talking when she wns stricken with a shock. Shi- hoiame unconscious In a few moments ami died nbiuil midnight. Tim funeral will lie held at the house Thurs day nt 1 p. in. She leaves a husband nnd . ivirnl hii'thers nnd sisters. Mrs. Lor.m Tabor of Massachusetts is visiting, In tow ii. Mr" FrnnUIn Savage has closed hi r s,,.iiii(r houo and returned to West 'on., ri lite. Mais. Mr. and .Mrs. George Hi . uolil'i of Middlesex are the mu st" of bl" brother. Dr. Reynolds. Mr. nnd Mrs. Itol.rt Waterbury of St. Albans nnd Wnltir Ellsworth of Cambridge were the kui s s of Mrs-. Ida Hunt Sunday. -Mrs. Hill nid Mrs. Noithiup have returned to their linines in nsox Junction. Mrs. Jennie King nnd son weie In St. Albans on luis.ness September 17. Miss Clara Southiinl was the guest of her mother Sundny.- Potatoes nre rotting badly. Mr. and .Mrs. C, II. HruMi spent Tuesday In St. Albans. Mrs. John Hoyce of St. Al bnns ha been the guest of her daughter for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Huck anil chlldien, Miss Ellle Huck and Hoy Tiuck, and lady of Ilurllngton called on friends he-re Sunday.- II. N. McNall has bought of his brother, Ralph, his old farm that he sold him two years ago. Mr. McNall takes po".--osi)n Oc tober 1. There were three parties who sustained shocks Monday In Fairfax and Flelclur, Mis. II. II. Saffnid, fatal, Sid ney Heiirdsley and George Ellis of Fletcher both unconsi'loiii at this writ lne. HIGHGATE CENTER. Mr. and Mr.-. M. A. Stockwell and daughter, Marlon, of Mniliioio, Mass., are visiting relatives In town. -J. H. Cross returned Snturdny from a nine months' Western trip. While away Mi. Cnvs lslted the Pacific coast. Mrs. J. P. Place returned Monday from Prankl.n, where she has been visiting a few dajs. Mrs. W. W. 1'ssber nnd daughter, Lnraine. are spending a few day with Mr I'ssher In Nejw York c'ty. Frank Marsh l.as pur chaed the Levi Hru-u place, and after unking a few neod"d repairs will innvo there, P. C. Cross-, who hns been spend ing three weeks with his parents. Mr nud Mrs. F. H. Cros, has rotirwd to his home In New York city. Miss I'arrlo Hanyea has returned from Sugar Hill, N. I!., where she hns had imployment through tho .-aimmer. W. E. Lantmnii nnd family of Montreal, P. Q., are in town, F. T. Moore of St. Alhati visit ed his mother, Mrs. Sarah Moure, last week, Mrs. E. It. Hood, who has been visiting relatives In town, h.is returned to her home In Swnnton. Mln Josephine 11. Lyon, who bus been ill with tonMlliIs for two weeks, is nble to be out again. -Miss Jennie O'Heere nf New Haven, Conn., Is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs, D. O'llecre. Mr. nnd Mis Isalnb Raymond have, returned after a visit In Monti enl. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ilasn of Sprlnglleld, Mass., art) vMtlng relatives in town, L. D. dots, a runner resident of this town, now of I'r.-inklln, visited In town Monday. Mr. and Mrs, L. J. Ray mond urs spending tha week In Rrln.r lleld. R. L. Hreni'jh of Fltcbburg, Mn-s., was In town Inst week. C. c lllii. rth lins rettinied to Lennoxvllle, l' , where ho Is nttendli'g Hlshop's College FLETCHER. D. J. Call of Canibrldgo has purchased Sewell SpauMlng's place and will tnke Immedlnt" possession. Mr and Mrs. l-'rcd Smith met with an accident recently while going up the hill nt the Centir In their nutomobiie. The nxle broke when they nnd ncurly reached the top, and ths car went back down the hill nnd ncros the bridge. Mrs. Smith Jumped nut and re ceived a hi oken wrist Mr. 3mlth wan uninjured, FRANKLIN. A. 1). Whltnev . visiting in North Held nnd In Massachusetts. Major E. N. Hullard l ai ling as deputy collector of customs during Mr. Whitney's absence. The Inini I ilaugbtei' of C. (). Wright died at the home of h-i grundpurents, Mr, nnd Mrs. c. U'. Morgan, Sundny evening. Tho funeral was held from their home Tues day nfternoon, the, Hi v. F. W. Day olll-clntlng.-Mls Hilda Hopkins went to Hosion Monday morning to resume her sii.ilii" at SliiiuuniH College. The Hon. C. W Gatis Is In Woodstock nttendlng tho funeral nf the Hon. Georr.o Aiken. A. .Mngurint nnd C. O. Wright wcro homo over Sunday from their duties ns Jurors i.t St Albnns.-Tliere Is to bo n promenade al the town hnll Friday nvenln. MONTGOMERY CENTER. Darius names of Wntervlllo Is with Ills 'i oilier, A, C. Hnrnes. Louis Goodhue of Ennshurg was In town Saturdny.-S. S. Hnll, Sr., had the misfortune to out his bund eiulto badly recently on a luokeii window - R, Duso of Enosburg Falls was ia town Saturday nnd Hunday.-a. II. liar-mud Is laid off for a few days owing to nn Injured thumb, which he hurt iiulte badly nt J. C. Hutchlns's mill. Mrs. lltiskey died nt tho homo of her daugh ter, Mis. Celln Lirmhra, Snturdny last. The funeral wns held Monday at the Cnthollc Church, Hie Rev. Father Cnto otllclatlng. .Mrs. Huskey was born In 1S23 and wns therefore M yenrs old. Tho Rev. Mr. nnd Mrs. N. C. Cushlng of Wood stock, N, 1I nre In town. John Qnlmby of Everett, Mnss., Is homo visiting his mother, Mrs, Hello Graves. Mrs. Nor man Morrison unit children of Hoston, Mass,, are visiting her mother, Mrs. Louise Wright. Miss Lorn llogubootn of South Rlchford Is veiling her sister, Mrs. C. R. Itni'tios.-c-MIss Mntido Dnrrnh, teacher In tho primary toom at the Ilec torvllle school, hnd thn misfortune to sprain her nnkle badly last Friday. Miss Allco Hall has returned to Lasulle Sem inary, Allbtirndule, Mass. The Rev. C. A, Nutting Is attending tho sessions of the Unptlst State convention nt Middle bury this week. Arthur Lawson moved to Orleans tills week, whero he hns work. Powers e Son of Lowell were In town Tuesday buying horses. GEORGIA. E. A, Itownrd died at his home In eleorgln Plain Monday evening nt C:30 o'clock after nn Illness of nbout two months. Mr, Howard was horn In MM- lion nnd was about '.) years old. Ilo spent most of his life on tho fnrm whero he died. He leaves a wife nnd six chil dren. The funeral will ho held at the nnptKt Church to-day nt 1 p, in. The Ladles Aid of the Methodist Church will meet nt the home of Mrs. Sarah New ton Thursday afternoon. Miss Wlniil-fre-d Newton N spending; a few days In Pennington. Tin- Epworth league will have an eritei'tnlnment nt town hnll Friday evening, Sept. sa. A harvest sup per will be served. There- will be n base ball game nt the Center Snturdny nf t 'rnnon. Rnyniond Newton Is attend Ing school nt ntirllnglon. Park Newton left for Ilurllngton Monday where hi will enter business collego. ORAND ISLE ISLE LA MOTTE. Miss Core Montgomery Is attending school nt Swniiton. Misses Agnes, Flor ence nnd Snrnh Laltonib.ini have goru to Ilurllngton to work for thn winter. Mrs. F. II. Severance hns returned to her home In Huffnlo. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ulnck huin have closed their cottage nnd have returned to Elizabeth, N. V. Wyman Holcomb and son, Ransom, of niirllngton spent Sundny In town Mr. and Mrs. Juan Robinson of South Ilco, Dr. and Mrs. Cox of .Philadelphia and Sidney I'helps of South Hero made an nutomo biie trip through the Island Monday. Mrs. N. W. Flk left foi Hoston Wednes day for a two weeks' automobile trip I with Dr. and Mrs. C. II. Whltcomb and 1f o,.,l A T U'llu,.. ML. Tlr..,!.. Mill Stlnson of Arlington, Mass., has bought Albeit Parker's place. -Mrs. Richards Is 111. M. R. Council has returned to Tarry town. N. Y. M. S. Thomas Is buying ap ples In Cnmbrldge nnd Shelburne. A. H. Hill has closed his camp for the .summer, nnd hns moved to the Corners Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ransom of Ellenbiirgh spent Sunday with Mrs. M. M. Dean. Elmer Webster of Shelburne wns In town Wed nesday. G'RAND isle. Th" Ladles' Aid will again try meet ing in the working room of the church for supper Thursday, Peplember 22. James Hong has gone to Nebraska, In., to visit his sister, Mrs. Dewey Chamber- I lain. Asabel Chamberlain wns unite serl- mis hurt by the yok of n colt striking him in tho fnce unexpectedly. Thu r I ceptlnn nt S. S. Gilswold's wns largely attcndi'd last Thur-dny evening. Re freshments were served. Seymour Pat node hnd n horse stolen Snturdny night. Mrs. Jerry Allen Is serlunsly 111. Mrs. Frank Lovcland If poorly. . rIOP.E IS VILLE. The Lamoille Hittallon, M. W. A., Is arranging to hold a big Hold day at Athletic Park In Harelwlck on Saturday, October 1. Tho battalion consists of tho tennis of Hnrdwlck, Stowo, Wolcott, Morrlsvllle nnd Craftsbury camps. Athletic events, a ball game nnd speaking by Stnto of ficers will bo features of tho dny nnd n dance will lie held In the ovenlni;. Tho forenoon will bo occupied with drilling by tho several loams and a. pnrade will be given at noon. Claro Hush of Orford. N. II., hns returned to People's Aendemy. Dominic Weafer left Tuesday fm Mlddlebury Colic-re. Mr. and Mm. Lester Carman of t'larcncoville, P. Q., aro guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Herbert Dcerlim. Mrs. L. S. Hand Is suffering from measles, Alton Hr.lggs of Randolph Is visiting Mr. and Mra. Robert lirlggs, Ml.-n Maud Mark, omployed during tho summer nt Mt. Desert Island, Me., Is spending n 'two weeks' vacation with his mother, Mra. L. O. Clark. Mrs. Annutt Terrlll Is visiting in Craftsbury, .Miss Ada McFarlaiid succeeds MS3 Laura Kills 111 tho officii of tho Wnrren Leather Co. Mrs. Adelbort Ktlcknoy of Sprln;,' tleld Is a guest of her brother-ln-lav, Sherman Stlckney. -Retwenn 30 und to members and friends of tho Junior nnd sophomore clnssen of Peoplo's Aendemy wont to tho Dolnno farm Frldny night for a corn roast A re ception wns given nt tho Congrega tion Church parlors Friday evening by 1'nlty, In honor of tho several young Indies who nro about to go to college and ti-the Rev. nnd Mrs. C. C. St. Clnre, who nre soon to leavo Mof-1-lnvllla. Miss Clnrn Mercln went to' Hurllngton Snturdny to nppentlce lier solf In n dressmnklng establishment. Miss Wtnnlo lledell went to Hur llngton Snturdny to enter buslnes college, Mr. and Mrs. Durum Drake, who have passed thn oummor nt Drenmwold, loft Saturday for their homo In Sharon, Mnss. Mr. and Mrs. John Fons, Mrs. J. It. Paiker, Mrs. Harrison Dodgo nnd Mrs. A. N. lloyn ton went to Hardwlck Snturdny to at tend thn grango field dny meeting. J, C. Caniernn of Hutherford, N, J., is visiting his sister, Mrs. K. p, Darling. Fred Rodgers returned to Wlnchen dnn, Mnss., Snturdny. Mrs. I'.. A. Smnlloy Is In Craftsbury to pnss two weeks with her dauKhter. Mrs. Myron Chonoy of Orfonlvllle, N. H ,v guest for several days of Mrs. Fred Child nt tho Randall, returned homo .Satur day, Mrs, E. f- Glovelnnd went t. Oulldhall Saturday, where Mr. Cleve land Is employed. Mr. and Mrs, Hurry Spear of East Weymouth, Mnss., who LAMOILLE Hvo visited Mr. nnd Mrs. H, L, Spear, returned homo Snturdny. Mrs. Emma Isham and daughter, Jen rile, returned from Lnncastcr, N. II,, Hat urdt'.y ev"ilng, nnd left Monday morn ing for St. Albans, where Miss Jennie will enter school, Mm. Vlnle Whlttltnorc of Wells River la a guest of Mr. and Mra. Carlos Cleveland. Arthur Stewart of Proctor Is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jnrnes Perry. Mr. nnd Mrs, C. W. Fitch left Mondny for Egg Harbor, N. J,, whero they will visit tholr son, Wulter Fltch.-Mlss Cella Hamcl Is In St. Jobnsbury. Tho Rev. C. C. St. Clare went Monday to Mooers Junction, N. V.i to attend a meeting of the Champlaln Presbyterian clergy. Harold Fisher went to Ilurllngton Mondny to resume his work nt the F. V. M. Miss Myrtle Ma comber went to Woodsvllle, N, H,, Mon dny, where she hns n position nt tho Wentworth Hotel, Mr. nnd Mrs. O. M. Waterman nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. G. M. Pow ers returned Mondny from Ottnwn, where they have attended the fair. While Pert Sulhutn was fixing the whlppletrees on his heavy wagon one horse began kicking, breaking Mr. Su. ham's cheek bono In two places, fractur ing tho bone In one leg' below the knee and giving him hnd cuts over the eye und orr the right hand. Miss Lucille Robinson left Tuesday for South Itadley, Mass., where she entets Mount Hnlyoke College. -The oimg people of Morrlsvllle seem to have u tunriln for leaving town this fall Miss Edith Splller Is n steno grapher nt NVwpoit, Miss Ellen Jackson Is cut, iged In the same work nt Hnrdwlck, Misses Faith Delunn and Lou Gould hnvo entered the normnl school at Fltchlnffg, Mass., and Miss Mildred Graven In a like school i i New Hrltnln, Conn., Miss Ger trude Itilghniii i. nters biuilness college In Hoston, Ms. .My,-,., Mnl:o hns a posi tion In the Children's Home In Hulng ton, Misses Lucille Robinson nnd Gwen dolen Knillh enter Mount Holyokc Col lene. Mls.s Gladys Redell the V. V. M. nt Hurllngton. Misses Lnur.i Ellis nnd Fay Hates have entered Albany Husl ncss College, MKm clnrn Mercla Is np pi enticed ut dress-mnklng In Hurllngton, Miss Jennie Ishnm hns entered n school In St. Albnns, Hrndley Thomas nnd Leliard Norton have entered the Uni versity at Lawrence, Knns., Wlntleld lioanlninti nnd George Thomas, I'. V. M Roy Woods hns n position nt Illon, N, Y., Guy Cheney Is tnklng a courso nt the Columbia Unlveislty, New York, Randall Child has entired Amherst College, Dnmliile Weafer, Mlddlebury 'nllege, I.lo.il Robinson went yesterday to Phila delphia to enter the Cnlverslty of Peun sylMinl.i, Clay I'lsl; has a position nt Medford, Ore . nnd Willis Mould Is In n high school nt Hrooklyn, N, "Y. Mrs, Wllllnm Gooilrleh of New Hedford, Mam., Is In town. Frank Raymond Is In Mont real I lerberl Ktislc, who has been nn assl.'tnnt nt the rulliond station for some months, has completed his work thero. Guy Stnfiord Is filling his plnce for tho lire-sent. Eddie O'Donnell of Woburri, Mass., s n guest of bis uuc- nnd mint, Mr. and Mrs. John Weafer, Mrs. N. R. Hlalr Is visiting In St. Albans -Mark Smith returned Tuesday from Lamar, Colo., where he has visited his sister, Mrs. Elwin Gregg. Mrs. Henry Tilloton wei't to St, Johnsbnry Tuesday to visit her son, W. M Tlllnf-im, The Rev. P. A. Smith of Groton Is visiting here, JEFFERSONVILLE. 'edile Clark has gone to Hardwlck to attend school. Mrs. W. H. Parker cf Newport, who has been iiulte seriously 111 nt the home of her daughter, Mrs. F. L. Start, In much improved. Mrs. Amy Hrush of Cambridge visited here the past week. The Mlrses Cora and Laura Page' nre visiting their sister, Mrs. David Mar vin, nt Essex Junction. Miss Frieda Thomns returned to New York city for her Ht-cond year nt Columbia College. Orange and Edgar Reynolds of Berk shire were called here by the serious Ill ness of their brother, Laurence Reynolds, who Is now improving. Miss Moore of Glasgow, Scotland, was recently a guest at P. E. Pope's. Mr. and Mrs. Ernost Hrooks and sons of St. Albans were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Watklns over Sunday. Mra. Annie Southard and son, Arthur, and Mrs. nutler of Fairfax were visitors In the place Friday. They were nccompanled home by Miss Clara Southard. Miss Marion Cornell has re turned lifter a two weeks' vncntlon spent In Morrlsvllle and Johnson. Tho ladles of the Jeffersonvllle Cemetery associa tion will serve a harvest supper und carnival at Woodman's hnll this nfternoon and evening. HYDE PARK. Volney Mlhlll, nged CI, died nt tho home of his son, Herbert. Mondny nfter n week's Illness with pneumonln Tho funeral took plnce yesterday. He leaves throo sons nnd two daughter. Mrs. IJotsoy Eaton of Eden Mills has purchasod the Elbrldge Holbroolt plnce nn Depot street. Right Rev. Bishop Rice last Sunday consecrated tho new Catholic burylng-ground and hel'd con firmation services at which 2J wre confirmed. Senator Pago will return from Caledonia Springs to-day, Tho ncndnmlc dopnrtment of tho L. C. A. has tho largest nttendunce In yenrs. Miss Helen Wood bus returned to Mlddlobiyy College. Benjamin Thorribursh ond family of Wnltham, .Mnss., nre In town. Mrs. Henry Mo Michael of Host Tllton, N. II., and her daughter, Mrs. C. II. Pawlet of Haver hill, nre visiting In town. J. H. john non of Mnrshlleld Is visiting here. R, S. Pngo recently sold 12 head of Ayr shlro cattlo for J1.200. Mrs. Joanna Grlswold hns gone to New York on i visit. CAMBRIDGE. D. Call It moving his family to Fletcher nnd Charles Tobln of Wnter vllle has moved Into tha tenement va cated by J. Hedor, Mr, nnd Mrs. H. E. Gray spent Sunday on Mount Mansfield. Mrs. Kidder is spending several days nt Mrs. II. A. Hntch's.-Mrs. Archie La Hounty of Wntervlllo wns In town Tues day. 1C. II. Smith and sister, Nellie, spent Sundny at Richmond. Dr. Rose Coin of Burlington spent Tuesday In town. Mrs. Thotrinr. Rosa has returned from Petersburg, N. Y where sho hns been spending a week. Miss Margaret Perley went to Hoston Monday, where she will attend Slmonds College. Mrs. Holmes was called to Watervlllo Tues day to attend the funeral of her step father, Myron Cnrty of Washington, D, C, hns been spending several ilays at tho home of his brother, II, 11. Cady. Mr, Lernnremi hns been to Shelburne nfter his household goods, nnd ho will reinnln In tho Hrush tenement, E. M. and W, A. Storey will have an opening of New Full Millinery Friday and Snturdny. Sept. 23 and 24th, Watch for their Suit Salo ad. vrOLCOTT. Mrs. II, W, Moody gave a reception Thursday In honor of tho POth birthday anniversary of her father, N, K. Jones. About M were present. Mr. Jones received several gifts nnd 175 post cards, Tho re mains of Mrs, Sarah Larabee, who died In Hurllngton, were brought hero Thurs day, The fiiieral was held Frldny, the HfV, O, M, Iloutwell ofllclatliiB. The burlnl was nt Hyde Park, Mrs. Honjninln TllloUon of llcechor Fulls camo Thurs day to seo her sister, Mrs, I). Lnpulm, who Is 111. Bhe was cnlled homi by tho Illness of her little son Bntuidny.-Tho county Sunday school convention wns held here In the Methodist Church Tues day, Peter Golden wns a business visitor In Littleton, N. Jt the first of the week, H. V. Parker, Raymond II. Golden and Daniel Potter went to tho State fnlr Wed rrtsdny. EDEN. Mrs. Lmch, aged TH, widow of the tato Deforest Lench, died at tho homo nf her son, Brady, September II. The little 'daughter of Justin Foss has gone to Bur lington to have an operation for appen dicitis, Henry Dnrllng in In Albany for Iho week, Landlord Blake Is going to Hydo Pnrk to reside Tho traction em glno Is hauling nsbestos to enr nearly every other dny. WATERVILLE. Charles Tobln hail moved to Cam- Lbtldge Horo. Lewis Robertson Is In rnusor on a mrsiness irip ior a icw days. Dnrlus Harris !s In Montgomery for a few dnys. Mrs. Harris Heard nnd daughter, Luella, are spending the week nt Htirllngton. Archlo French has moved Into Mr. Larawny's tenement nl the up per village. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Tlllotsou of Morrlsvlllo spent Sundny with hl.-t mother, Mrs. Chnuncy Tlllotsou, Mrs, II. B. Miller, who hns been with her daughter, Mrs. Henry Mann, nt Troy, Is ut present at her homo In town. William Manchester, Homer Stearns, Jnme.s Heard, Prescot Stearns, Guy Lench nnd Wllllnm Holmes nre attending high school at Johnson. Eddie Bennett and Miss Herslo Stanley of this place und H. A. Sweet of Johnson and Miss Mnry Car penter of this plnoo were married Iho pnst week. 8. P. Cnmpbell died Sunday nfter a brief Illness, nged TS years. The fimornl wns held at his Into home Ttnvi dny, the Rev. I. A. Ranney otllclatlng. The remains wero taken to Greensboro for burial Wediiesdny. STOWE. A very successful reception vn given Friday evening at the Akeley Memorial building by the senior high schejol class to tho faculty of the high nnd graded schools. Dr. and Mrs. H. W. liar-own, Superintendent L. T. f'ole. MKs lall. George A. Btirnhnrn, Principal nnd Mrs. Douglas, Mlses Hillings. Hnseltlne, Chn pln, Maurice, Hlgelow nnd Class Presi dent Otto Hoyce nnd Vice-President Clue Dewey were In the receiving line. Presi dent Hoyce presided over the Fi"aklug. Among the speakers were Principal W. II. Douglass, Miss Chapln, Miss Hillings, I A. R Straw, Dr. Barrows, C. O. Burt audi L. T. Cole The last Episcopal service of the season was eonduetr-l by the Rev. E. D. Stanford .it Akeley Memorial building Tuesday evening. Hev. W. M. Hardy of Moi rlsviile prenche'd nt tin- Congregation al chunh Sunday morning. Dr. Henry Tuber of Clark Cnlverslty and daughte"-. Cnrlotta, who have pissed severe I weeks In Htowe, returned to Worcester, Mass., Monday -Mrs. C. A. Blown of Boston ', and other guests, nt the home of Mls Anna C. Hrackett, left for thelt homes Monday. Mis Brnckett, who ut Mary Fletcher hospital In Hurllngton, re turned to her home In Brooklyn Tuesday. Mrs. C. F. M. Tuber and yuets, Mrs. ', Franklin nnd Mifs Franklin of Flushing, 1 L. I., went to Burlington Monday, Mrs. Gorden Austin nnd two rhlldren are- visit ing In L'nderhlll. Mr. und Mrs. W. O. Hettls have returned from Morrlsvllle. Herbert Harlow Is at home from Elmore on accoflnt of Illness. Mrs. E. G Rob Ison returned to Elmore Mondny after visiting her parents, Mr, and Mrs. George AV. Harlow, Mrs. Harlow accompanying Mrs. Robinson to Elmore. George T. Rus sell, a guest at George W Harlow's, left for home In Now Bedford, Mass., Mon day. -D. Wilkin of Boston, oresldent of the Fat Men's club. Is a guest nt Oreen Mountain Inn. Mrs. H. C. Bessette and Miss Clara Tracy of South Hero, who hnvo visited C M. Hese-tte at Green Mountain Inn nnd Mt. Mansfield, returned home Monday, Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Luce returned Monday from Canndn. Mrs, Normnn Camp of Elmore Is visiting Mrs O. N. Flshor. Bud Wnrren hns a posi tion In F. C. Luce's store In Waterbury. The Congregational Ladlea' Homo Mis sionary Union met with Mrs. Alice Rny mond Wednesday nfternoon. Thu Con gregational Indies will meet at the vestry this afternoon to sew. A telephone has been placed In H. K. Shaw's resi dence. Edwin L. Blgelow left Monday to begin his second year's study In Mld dlebury College. Miss Mary Stone left Monday for Aurora, N. Y where she will enter Wells College. Her sister, Miss Emily Stone, accompanied her to Hur llngton. Mr. nnd Mrs. George W. Adams visited Mt. Mansfield Snturdny. Lena, the ten-year-old daughter of Ltiman Bcckly on Nebraska brook, Is III with dlpthcrln.-H. H. Downer of R. F. D. route 2, is having n vacation nnd will visit the State fntr.-TJev. J. Q. Angell Is his substitute. M. C. Lovejoy has received news of the death of his brother-ln-lnw, Mr. Hunter, In Lowell, Mass. Mrs, Hunter was for merly Mlsa Ellen Lovejoy of Stowe. Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Smith nnd Mr. and Mrs r. B. Smith left yesterday for nn automo bile trip through the White mountains. Hnrvey, the five-year-old ran of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Gale, who has been iiulte 111 for a week, la recovering. Senator A. A. Pike went to Burlington In his automo bile Tuesday, cnrrylng Mrs. Mnry Mur.zy to the Fanny Allen hospital for treatment. Mrs. Aurora Adams und Mrs. W. W. Adams left Tuesday on their wny to Wlnthrop, N. V., where they will visit their aunt, Mrs. Rhoda areen. Raoburn McMahon left Tuesday for Hanover, N II., to resume, his utudlea nt Dartmouth College. Mrs. Alice A. Raymond, town clerk, has Issued 55 hunters' licenses. No great success among hunters has been reported. Mrs. Henry McMahon of Mos cow Is III. Harry Slaytou and his cousin. Georgo A. Fnrr, Jr., of Grnnd Haven. Mich., visited Mt. Munsfleld Mondny, Mr. and Mra. O. F. Gerry gave a small party Monday evening In honor of the 18th wedding anniversary of Mr. nnd Mrs. Dustln Lackyard. A horseshed Is an unusual article to bo stolen. G. W. Ad ams recently purchased one of tho Unity Church sheds, nnd ns ho did not enre to keep It locked, removed lock nnd key. Last Saturday Mrs, Adams found the horse which sho had hitched In the shed, removed to another one nnd the shed fitted with a new lock and key nnd se curely locked. Bho immediately brought tho former owner to make sura of the Identity of the shed and then removed the lock and key and Installed her horse In the shed once more. Miss Edith Hatch will speak at the Methodist Church In the Interests of tho State Sunday School as sociation Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Burton of Bridgeport, Conn., are at M. C. Ixivejoy's The Rev, E. A. Blsheyp of Montpeller Seminary will preach next Sunday at the Congregational Church. The Orange program for Satur day evening opens with a peanut race, and will Include discussions led by A. D. Lnt and Mrs. J. V. CampbclL-Among th farmers making Improvements on their buildings, J. F, Campbell Is build ing a large silo, A. h. Weeks Is building it sugar house and making other Im provements, D, V. Read Is remodelling his stables and E. a. Cobb U building a silo. -Mrs. George A. Farr and George A, Farr, Jr., who accompanied the body of Mrs. Barnh Slnyton to f'.towc Inst week, will leavo for Grand Haven mi.-i, i.vi. day. Mr. nnd Mrs, Foster O, Dow expect to leavo Htowo nlioul October 2J for Nebraska, whero they will mnke their home. Mrs. Dow was formerly Miss Me " Echo Glllctte.Mr. nnd Mrs. Alonzo Dougliiss tif Morrlsvllle, made, an nuto mobllo trip to Stowo yesterdny They Were accompanied home by Mr, and Mrs John Bprnguo of Huntington, who nro visiting her son, A, E. Douglass -Representative nnd Mrs. Howard E. Shaw entertained the members of Stowo Military bund Tuesday evening.-. Matthew Robsou und Chrlstlr.il Lntiti, who hnvo visited Stowe and Mt. Mnnollcld, left ye -terdny on their return to Salem, Muss MIfs Kntherlne. Butler of Danvers, Mas , has Joined her mother, Mra. F R Hatler who l.s visiting rslatlves here - M s J H Wnrren nnd Mrs. Inez Gnles of Morrls vllle visited Mrs. II. E. Phnw y -fe-day Mr. and Mrs. eJoorgo N. Kliher are entc tnlnlng Mrs. Hurley Ilnnson nf .'infi bury nnd Mrs. Mnrcus Iliowr c Glcnsondnle, Mnss.-H. H. Pike, who ti s vl.MK'd his sister, Mrs. E. C. S. ilbmr, hns returned to Irnsburg.-Wheii In New Yor ; hist week Henry G. Thomns and c R Washburn of flahni, Mass., formerly of Htowo, wero elected dlrcet.,r ,,f th . Itedeeniuble Investment company and r.I of the Santo Domingo Mining e.impan -John Straw l.s confined to the house by Miners: -A picnic nt th" home of Mr,. Orlo Jndsnn wns attended by Mr nnd Mr,. II. K. Jenney nnd family, Mr i.nd .Mrs Glen fei:.. nnd family, Mr. nnd Mrs George A. Htrrnhnm nnd family, Mhr Clyde Jenny and Miss Jennie Salmon. RANDOLPH CENTER. The Itev. A. C. Glhnore has stored lit housi-hot 1 goods nt Randolph, nnd wltl his family will board nt the Randolp' House this wlnter.--Margarct Day, six; years old, daughter of S. It. Day, had a nair.iw es-eape at Northfleld fair lat Wi ek Wednesday. She was cro -slng the race track In company with "ther c" I dien as one of the races was being run. "ne of the leniiia bit the llltlr girl, bit her only Irjitrj was a broken aim. Oill (Inls were down Saturday and settled tho damage with Mr. Day. It side- 1'irt roper which were usually pin u; whtio the races were being run v-nre Wt do-vn at this tlm". Mrs. Mnrcln Nutting Gupt'l otPello-j.-s falls s vlslllng .it Martha Gilbert'" for Can week". M: -md Mrs. Fitch of ;'r-w York nre guests ,t ti10 0i,i homestead. - Prof, nnd Mrs. C I! M ir- 111, .Mrs. J. II. lloblen nnd Mls.s Elln -belli Holden attended the nn.iri.il clam b-.l-e of the Fnlwrslty r'ub at (' I Spear's in Hialntree Saturdm nft rnoon P. ND0LPK. A pair of 'arge horses, iielonging o Charles Holmnn. srarted from his farm, three miles below this vlllnge on the road to Bethel, Fridav night and ran the en tire distance to the covered bridge where they ran Into n team driven by George Fnrr of Granville Mr Fnrr was thiown out; while one- of the Holmnn horses w-ns hurl ed over the other, killing It Instantly Mr. Farr was considerably bruised and sus tained an Injury to hls-back. The horses were valued at 1500, Mr. Holman recently hnvlng bought them bnck after having1 sold them. Mrs. P. F. Mclnurln camu Snturdny from Clarence, Ontario, to re main for an Indefinite time with her mother, Mrs. Emily Hustings. Miss Eve lyn Denney went to Welltsley, Mass., Sunday to enter college. John Prince of Plttsfleld Joined Mrs. Prince here Satur day for a short visit with elatlves. Mrs. Mose-s Spauldlng wns in Roxbury over Kundny. Mrs. Surnn Park of Barre Is being entertained by Mr. and Mrs. N. N. Morse. Mrs. Jnno Norton from Wey bridge is visiting her sister, Mrs. C. C. Haj-ward. Miss Evelyn Manncy Is quite 111 with nrpendleJtls. William Matthew of Kansas City Is visiting Mrs A. C. Bialley. Pcsrl street Is being straightened and mado wider and a sidewalk built on thr upper side. The graded schools, closeC on account .of the whooping cough, opened on Wednesday. Miss Florenc Hobnrt Is in Windsor. C. X. Stockweh went to Northfleld Monday. Mr. mil Mrs. Russell of Albany, N. T., guests of the Rev. and Mrs. FMser Mettger sine rriday. left Monday morning for their home. Another runaway occurred Mon day morr-lnc when Mr. Harrington's, horse, which was hitched In front of the store of Stoekwell A Hatch, became frlghteneel at an automobile and ran Into the horse of Elijah Flint, which was also hitched near by. Tho latter broker away, nnd ran to tho Depot square, but no serious damage resulted. Charles Powers hns purchased tho rmall farm of Ora Copeland In the town of Brain tree und will nt once take poescsslon.- The Rrv. nnd Mrs. A. C. Glhnore left Mondny for a month's vacation, the most of which will be spent in North Adnms nr.d South Roynlston, Mass. Miss Belle Worthlngtor. of Belmontc. N. II., guest of Mr. nnd Mra. William Rey. nobis since Friday, went homo Monday. -Miss R. Round)' went to Boston Mon day to enter college there. She wm nccompanled by her father, C. C. Round)' A unlet wedding wns celebrated at the Cottage Hotel Tuc-sdny morning nt eleven o'clock, when Miss Hosslc Copeland, youngest daughter of Mr. und Mrs. Ora Copehmd, nud J, A, Jacobs, telegraph operator nt the mutton, were united In marriage, the Rev, Eraser Metzgor offi ciating. Mlsi- Copeland has for several months be-en employed ns clerk In the stoic of Stockwell & Hatch. Miss Nellie Ford left Tuesday for a week's stay in West Lebanon. Miss Bernlce Brlggs U In Hartford. -Mrs. Ellen Btlmets left hero Tuesday for Hurtford, Conn., nfter puss lug several weeks with her son, John Stlmots. Eugene Wnrdner Is In Bethel Gllend painting tho Methodist Church The family of W. II. Dillon left for New York Tuesdny, Miss Jessie Chedcl went Tuesday to enter Wcllesley College -Mrs. R. II, 8lnck nnd children have re. rurncd nfter a visit of several days la Bradford. Fred Buell met with a serlouC Occident Monday, when he was kicked bj' his liorse In the barn, rendcrinij him un conscious. His Injuries nre a dislocated knee nnd a severe cut In the scalp and they will confine hlni to the houso for many mouths. Charles Stockwell went to Northfleld yesterdny to tnke nn Inventory of th stock In his store, which he has sold. Mrs. Myrtle Stoddard nnd son left Tues day for Holyoke, Mass., where Mrs. 8to.l dard has employment. Mrs. W, l. Ulad ding went to Boston yesterdny for a visit of about 10 dnys with a sister. -Mr. and Mrs, Danforth of Reading, Mass., left Wednesday after having been with Mra. Danforth's nephew, Dr, P. A. Eaton, for soveral days. Miss Jennie Bnbbltt oj Taunton, Mass., and her sUter, Mrs. Klltabcth Sllverthorne of Montpeller, ar In town. Ovor 275 tlckots were sold yes. terdny nt this stntlon for the State fair, and m.:iy more went by automoblles.- Mrs. Amanda Chadwlck was operated (Continued on pnics 4).