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TII73 nUHLIN(JTON V'miK CJfKWS ANV Hoi. OH: 'Jill JtMMi ,
, 'JANUARY 'M, HAPPENINGS IN VERMONT (Continued frmn page .".) Mr mid Mrs, Clnrk Hurle-on of Berk iihlre, ono brother, Mnytiurd M Butlcson of Berkshire, ami ono sister. Mih. Mason. - The annual vitiligo meeting will bo hckl In tlio hall In the lire station Monday evening, February (!, fit 7:30 o'clock. Ono of the articles It to see If the voters will authorize the nrrnnging of tho lire sta tion so thnt a horsn cull be stabled there, ..mother article Is to see If au thority will be riven thn trustees to borrow money to pay outstanding pro tested orders for an amount not exceed 1ip $4,000 at a less rate of Interest than such ordem are now drawing. FRANKLIN. Tie funeral of Mrs. George W. Itey noMs w.is held nt the house Friday morn ing at 10 i o'clock. The llev. CI. C. West cot olllcltttcd, assisted by Iho Huv. F. V, Pay.- Tim ltov. and Mrs, G. C. Wontcol i.ro In North Hero this week. .1. H. WeBt cot Is III. About 15 young people gave Kverott Grunt n pleasant surprise at IiIh homo Monday nlght.--Mrs. 13. S Boyd and two children have cone to Lone Pialrle, Minn., Mrs. Boyd's former home, called there by tho death of her brother. Mrs. D. Brill Is visiting her daughter, Mrs Jlclmer Croft, In Verc-ennos. Mrs 1. V. Ehedd was called to Iltghgate Monday by t'le serious illness of her Bister, Mips Budlo Phillips. SWANTON CENTER. Mrs. A. 1'. Boyce, who hag been 111 two vcehs with a severe uttaclt of asthma, is tit 1 rnnt'.ned to her bed and improves : lowly. Mrs. Or.uigo Bordo and r u r' (it, Miss Ruby Bordo, of Spencer, 3V.s , visited their cousin, Mrs. A. K 1 nns.ng.T, recently. A. P. Boyce return ed Saturday night from a visit of a few dn s with relatives in Bangor and Brush ten, N. Y. News has been received of the deaih of Mrs. Ltale IIotiAlnser, widow of Ik J Honslngor, vf heart trouble, at her home In Jay January 9. She was 02 years o1' Her husband, who died nearly four jr.ir.s ago, was born and lived during his 1 ivhiiO'J In this place. Khe leaves four r " n .s nnd one daughter. A daughter. K. thcrltie Wanda, was born January S o Mr and Mrs. Karl Ayer of St. George. Mrs. Aver was formerly Miss Carrie Hub bard of this place. V. Bathburn Donnld t r. of North Hero visited his sister, Mrs. A K Horslnger, recently. Mrs. f'liarles S i dorson of YA est Milton and Mrs. 1-pu.i Pike of St. Albans visited at the 1 ' iic f M II. Donaldson of Skeels Cor ner Tlrii d.i; Mrs. T. M. Hubbard will Ki Ybl-iv In f-t. Georue t 1 v sit her d. glib r Mr K.irl AT. Im two weeks. GRAND SSLE GRAND ISLE. The iinnual oyster supper at the church wa veil attended. About $60 was rea lize -j )ir.rr. was good muHlo and line if . jin Ijy home talent. Mrs. Sayles of i'o-jshton, N. Y.. who has been visiting ' r sl tcr, Mrs. Herbert I.add, and other I lerds, 1ms returned home. Miss Allco I'arker visited recently in Burlington a few days. Sarah Chamberlain Is at her father's, Aahel Chamberlain. Mr. Vic tor Sylvester Is slowly Improving. Mrs. Lucy Pearl remains about the same. Thursday tho State boanl of health will be In Grand Isle to Rive a lecture on tuberrulosis. SOUTH HERO. Mr William Stone entertained eight t the liNt i lull Saturday aft i lie Maple 1 eaves" w'll be C A. idemy hill Friday evening filei.ds of Mr and Mi - IM v ' north gave 'Vin a . iri.rKo r ' lay ovorl- - l hnna of the rsny of lli'l' ' , irila;-c Mrs. x.c :uvlllo died ot luart disen-o Jnn v ry 10. The. funeral services were held .' (tliolic Clumh January l A pi riv f t eight ladles wero very pleas fintly ertertalncd at the homo of Mrs. W. 1 St.ne Saturday -fterroon. A lunch v . rved at one ei .lock, after which c i J were played from two to four. n hose i recent weft Mr--. Willis Robin fc t p' V. -lns-as, Mrs. hnrles Iteed, ilrs. Jdsor l.ubinson, Mrs petty, Mrs. Juan B-iliInsii'i, Mis? Tracy. Mrs. Wallace lfob- or. . id Mrs. O. D. iifield. of two weeks In New Haven, Oonn., with Mr. nnd Mrs. V. K. Hlckok.-Charles Draper returned Monday from Durllnir ton, where, ho was called by (he con dition of his daughter, Mrs. M. A. Tatro, Mrs, Alice Heed whs In Hurllnctnn Tuesday. R O. I'lcotwood was in llur- UllRlon Tuesday A. A. Nlles left Tiles- (I'ty for Waterbiiry, M'liere he will visit his sister, Mrs. Martha Bugbee, nnd he will nlso visit his daughter, Mrs, A. V, Spauldlng, In Montiieller. Mrs. it. rillmorc of Barton, who has visited lim slMei. Mrs. w. J. mton, leturned homo Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Rp.iuldlng rntei-tiilncd Mrs. J. O. I.nJoy of Hard wick Tuesday. State Muster r 1 Smltli left Wednes day on u trip to Brattteboro, South Lon donderry .nnd Wlllltimstnvvn to visit tho Ich dl granges A new luill 1 to be dedi cated nt the hitler place. II. P. Munson I" sble lo be out after nn lllners of 10 days.-Mhs Mnurt Motilion returned from Concord, N. II , Tuenlny to pass tho !o lniilndir of the winter nt homo. C. A. Pplller was in Hnrllni.'tnn Wednesday. I" ilph t'lnrl- . i ited ins lim 'e, Beprccna tutlv CI. W. i 'I irk. In Montpeller Tues day and Witln sd.iv.- Mrs. S F. Beards ley went to .lelTersonv llln Wedneilaj' for 1 few days' in with N'r. C Melondy. Khner Uemirii "f MtddldniM, who has visited his con m, Trc I M. Small, return fid home Wim1ixi1.iv I, M Clle and Hm ery I.i.cio wee l i i:,il;erMl"ld AVcdticdav. - Mr. and Mrs P TllliUo'i were In Burlington Wertii.-.d.iy - Mr' W. K. Smllle of Wuipivllle l. v. ulng her mother, Mrs. D, C. Smith. HYDE PARK. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ferd Gauthler have re turned from BuiiliiRton and are stopping at the homo of Mrs. Alma Ouuti ier. Mr. Gauthler Is no hotter. A well attended nnd Interesting agricultural meeting was held at North Hyde Park Thursday after noon and evening under the direction of O. I.. Martin of tho State board. He was nsslstcd by speakers from Connecti cut and New Hnmpshiie, as well ti.s others from Vermont. Colonel McKur land will foon move into tho new Parker house, which he will occupy while his noose is ueing liuilt next summer. Tin Stnte board of health wll hold a two days' health meeting beio early In March, also meetings In Wolcntt, John son and Jeffcrsonvllle about that llmo. Tho treatment of tuberculosis will be tho topic George A. I'arker Is cnnilned to the house by Illness. JEFFERSONVILLE. O. W. Holmes, who was the guost of his daughter, Mrs. J. A. Waterman, In Burlington for several days, returned Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. I S. Morse Mm toil for Panvers. .Mass.. Tneviinv night. There was a large parly nt Mr. I. eean's on the Bakcrseld road Monday night. The next meeting of the cemetery u.voelatloii will be held February 7, with Mr. nnd Mrs. W. N. Itnymore at C'Dam- brUlse Junction -The Jeffersonvillo cor net band inn.1.; Hieir di-but at the farm er:, meeting, and their selections wer3 received with much enthusiasm. The Mst annual banquet of Warner lodge iNo. o, .. a. M. will bo held nt thu Hotel Melendy Thursday evening, Jan uary 20. Lessor's orchestra of six pieces will bo In attendance from Burlington. Col. WuJInrn H. Parker will deliver thn address. for a. monument In the Sanderson Corn ers yard Tuesday - -.Mrs. Kmma Cook hu been 111 for tho past week. RANDOLPH. The funeral of John Wiiilums was hold nt mo nome or his ton, Jchlel Williams, tit one o'clock Friday afternoon, tho Itev! J. Wallnco Chcsbro offlclatliig and In terment was in the Bialntree Branch cemetery. Mr. Williams was born In Strafford February 3, tho son of John nnd .Mabel (Waldbrldgo) Williams He married Kllzabeth Bracked Holrnnn of Br.Hntreo and lived In Northfleld the ...v oi ms married life, nnd hero ono (on, Thcodote, was horn. Afterwards uie 10viu to liralntree, where they hved till 10 years ago, when Mrs. Wll Hams died nnd since lived with his son, Jehlcl, In this vlllago. Alt. V IlltrtVriti n x a. 1 I il. . . , " ' in mo v-'ivii war, cn- i."i..ii iur inree years from Bralntree Juno 2, 1S62, us a nrlv.itn tn nnmn.... ' t'th Iteglment, Vermont volunteers. Hlj iKugciiiont was nt Haiper's lVrry where ho was tuken nrlsonee ,.-ui. i.,! roRlnient. Ho was III at tho hospital at Atcrandrln, Va., nnd was discharged JUT1G 3, l!s0o. fin nprnhril a in... -.""uro oi iLiirtrord was brought Irtfil tilth ...oi. nccK n II inns ii 1,,. I. condition and taken in n, ' larlum for treatment ..T w t... died Wtdneday Jani.niv m p mojila, followed by chron'lo Brlght's dls- H: nH, hut for 40 years had lived in town nnd most of the time had been nploycd In the marble shop, lie enlisted Northhein, August 25, TO, jn rompnnv i. i. in nnont volunteers. At ti, piratlon of his term of horvlce ho again enlisted In Jne, H3I, In the Gth Massa-(liu-elts bntlery. He participated In sev m.1 enLagements and w,-s wound, d In f' Mo and cheek. Mr. i. t. MV-I l,v fl, .erond wife, who WT.S An- llloley nnd a nn by a fonner 'ii'ri.Ke. nuiry Ford, of Barre. Tho v h"''1 ' "he Methodist Clnncli Saturday nften.oon under the llivction of the v. S. Grant post. u. The funeral of James 11 itchlnyon, who dledfnt his home Saturday afternoon of Brlght's disease, vva- held from his bile homo on U.indelph avenue Tuesday nt ono o'clock. The ,.v. leaser Metier offl.lnio.1 and Interment was made In the Hutchinson ground near leth. The ilutchlnsons in Ilandolph are descendants of Rh hard Hutchinson, who was hoin In Arnold, Png, came to this country in 1C37 nnd ,ettlcd in Massa husetts. James Hutchinson was the sec ond son of James and Sopl.i,, a Hutchin son, and wna born in Randolph Junii iry . ""'i'r;, ivi7. e muuiI.1 A ,. daughter of Klljab and P.itience by B., LAMOILLE MORRISVILLE. TV- f er ,,f a p, hcr was held ' t" home Friday at ono c c ., fie Hov. Waller i: i;ake- of- i'lng. sir. Iiahcr vv.is bom In ' " hbabh, Germans, In 1S4C. He had sed l.carly all hi -s life In Glover, 'Vlnjr to Monlstown four years as;o to e Alfred Dodge farm which he pur baied He was taken ','1 Saturday, uunrj- ,, and died Weeincday. January IS, .f typhoid prmumeinla. Interment was inado bcblde his first wlfo in Glover. J e ides u wife, lie I.-, survived by two daughtei,, Miss i'reda Fisher and Mrs Henry Paquette of Glover, nlo two I rothers, Henry Fisher of Culdeac, Idaho, and fristopher C. Fisher of Wol eott ard a sister, Mrs. Goorge Mc Kenty of Wolcott, Vt. James Sears wit , his three little ones arrived hero Thursday morning from Baldwinsvllle, Mass , with the remains of his wife. Mrs. Sears went to Bnldvvfnhvllle about three iveeks ago to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Whitney, and while there became ill. fiho was taken to tho hos pital at Gaidner, Mass., for an opera tion for appendicitis. Shu was born in New Gai-tle, N. U., 27 years ago, coming to Morrisvllle about nine years ago with her parents, Six years ago she was united in marriage to James SearH find to this union were born three children Tho Woman's club will observe gontle men'H night Monday evening, January 'J, at the G. A. It. hall. Tho scheme of tho gathering will bo that of a putrlotlc party, and lefreshmentn will ho served. Mr nnd Mrs. A. W. Stono have enter tained lor a few days the hitter's brother and wlfo, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gould of Burlington,-Herman Rtaucllff of Sunny, tide, Wash., Is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Stancllff. Fred Stewart has purchased the trucking business, ot A. C. Hninel. M. I. Mnurlco was in Burlington Mon day and Tuesday. H, II. Billings is in Boston for a fovv days. Mis. 11. J. Mills, who was operated upon Friday, und Mrs. K. A. Tatro, who had an operation per formed Saturday at tho Mary Flotchor hospital, nro as comfortable ns possible. Mrs. B. J. Kelley has been called to Wntervlllo by tho illness of her parents, Mr nnd Mrs. II. A. Wllley. Mrs. A. F. Gautiile.r roturned to Tllton, N. H Mon day. Mr, Gauthler will remain lieie lo nssUt in P. St. John's burners bhop. Mr. and Mrs. T. C, Cheney aro visiting In Montpolior Word was received bore Monday announcing tho death In Denver, Colo., of Mark Johnson. Mrs. K, F.. XTaraforth. returned Monday fiom a. vUlt , STOWE. A sled loaded with logs, slid ing nn the ry Mr(,ot Saturday aflernoon collided Willi the hydrant In front of the Congregational Church, bieaklntz ii oft and creating a small fountain. The water supply had to bo cut off and t. tool: until midnight to repair tho damage. -I.uclus T Sallies left .Monday to visit relatives in Mansfield. Ohio. Eilwnrd Irving of Burlington, who bus visited hl.s mother. Mrs. Julln Irving, nt F. I'. Smith's, kft .Monday for New York. A I'. I,an-, won hm a oih . linn or Hi'iiorj. rrn.ced lr. ci df u ,1 M.im richer In -jiita! In 'lorl i.gi n Sain diiv. is iloing well. ,i-s,. M.iody o l. lhel was at homo'ovor S.inday.-Ira Munn went Monday to visit his hoin, A. B. Munn, W. J. Munn and M. M. Munn In Sarannc Uikc, N. Y. F. U Wells was with his family hero over Sunday. Allen Bradley of Johnson is employed In T. A. Douglass's barber shop. F. i Hashavv I- moving Irani the Charles Parker faun tn Mrs. V s Dow's house on Maplo street. Donuld, llio elglit-yeai--oId son of Mr. and .Mrs. I., li. riallle". Is very III with pneumonia -Mrs. Felix Shubtit is 111 with tonsilitls -Arthur P. Blgolow of Haitford. Conn.. passed Monday night witr i datives in Stowe on his return home from Burling ton, where ho has been serving as in structor In the dairy tchool. Clinton Taylor and family have moved to Claro mont, N. II. Ills Mster, Mrs. Lizzie Warren, has been called there by Ill ness In the family.-Mrs. I.uke Huberts of Waterhury vllted her sifter, Mrs. Ansel N. Bairow:i, Monday and Tues day. Mr. and Mrs. Hdvviu It. Illgelovv visited Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Hod(,e in Waterbiiry Center Tuesday. Miss Viola Hussell and her pupils of tho Moscow bcIiooI will give a closing dsy program at tho schoolhouse Tiiday evening. February 3. at eight o'clock. Harmony Pomona Grange will hold its next meetins with ManMielil Mountain Grunge at the Akeley Memorial build- Jug Wednesday, Fetiruary l. a picnic dinner will be served. Following are some Items of the program: Music, Sinwe choir; address of welcome by masler of Stowo Grange: lespon'O by master of Morrisvllle Grange; "Early History of Slowe," 1y Stowe Grange; music, North Hyde f'ark o'chestiu; esay, Mrs. Car penter of Cambridge; music Waterbiiry Grange; question, "Unsolved, That the legislators have tpent moro time In d s- cusslng unprofitable bills than protltal.lu ones;" muslo, Morrisvllle Grange: recita tion, North Hydii Park Mi-nnge; music, Stowe choir. A. D I.ai,g Is recovering rapidly from an operation at the Mary Fletcher hospltnl and 91 ill. it is expected bo ablo to como homo next week, Mr. und -Mrs. Henry C. Reed, who have visited Hnrtfoid, f'onn., on their bridal tour, .ro in Stowe on their way to their homo In Borlln.- Mrs. Charles H. Stone and Miss Emily Stoni nie visiting friends In Swnuton. Tho organization of the Stono Clvls club was perfected Inst evening There ar no charter mcnibeis. Tim officers elected are. President, Dr. II. w. Bur rows; fir&t vlco-pnvdditnl, the Rev. J. 0. AliKCll; bucond vlce-piosldent, A. A. Pike; secretary, the Itev. . (i. Corn Wall; tro.iBiirer, Charlei A. Riley. An other meeting will be held In two weeks WATERVILLE. Miss Mildred Lumbra has been com pelled to resign her solum) w-oik at Shel don for tho remainder of the winter term nn account of poor health. Mrs. B. J. Knllcy of 'Morrisvllle spent Saturday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 11. A. Willey, both of whom are ill. I lurrls Beard Is spondlng thn weok with his brother, George, at Moiitpoller.Frnnk Chase and grandson, Cecil, spent Sunday with his daughter, Mis. Frank Norrls, at Bakers- field. 0AMBRD3GE. Marlon Newton has been obliged to re main at hi'ine 011 ui'tount of illness- -w. M. Smith and Mn put in u foundation liMl.. ! I , ', ' ' '""'nee an, settled on ti e old John Hutcnlnron farm, wheie they lived until IMS, when they came to this villag,. to reside. Muy I, 1S7D, hl.s wife died, since which time ho has continued 1,1s , evidence here, passing many of his wlnteis in Washington, D. c., ,1 the West wheie a brother tcsi,!,.,,. While a r.-i-e'ent of liralntree Judge Hutchinson filled many town oiflces, and was elected dele gate to the State constitutional conven tion In ISM. From IMM to 1SGS he served ns assistant Judge of Orange county, and was elected State senator In IMS and MO end in 1S70 he was chosen county com missioner. In 1S72 ho was a delegate to the national republican convention nt Philadelphia, which nominated General Grant for president. Ho was appointed postmaster In 1S72 and held tho nntce for ir, consecutive years lo Is survived by a lrotlier, Henry Hutchinson, who resides In Randolph, Wis , tw o sisters. Mis Ferny .els of I.avvrein-e, Kan., anu .Mrs Haivev Spauldlng of Washington, n. C, mid -l bioiher, Lyman lliuchiiison,' of this own. 1 lie stockholders of the Knndoloh fiffaln on the street, his health belns much Improved. J. M. Atwood left Tuesday for Hart ford, Conn., where he will nttend a meet Ing ot agents of tho Phoenix Mutual Life Insurance company. Mr. Atwood, who Is culled tho dean of the company's agents, Is one of tlio speaker at the banquet. -The Odd Fellows Monday night elected 1-evl Krsktne delegate lo tho grand lodge, und C. S. Booth nnd Merrill Campbell, alternutes.-F. 1-2. Sawyer is threatened "in pncumonln.-Mr. nnd Mrs. W. It. Bobert.s of Manchester Center, Mr. nnd Mrs. Leonard Hutchinson of Barre and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Thresher of Melrose Highlands were In town Tucfdny to .it tend the funeral of James Hutchinson. Frank Harrington has sold the Randolph bakery lo L. II. Smith of Waterhury, who took possession Tuesday. Mr. Har rington will soon le.tvo for Boston. Tho body of Mrs. L It. Perclval was brought here yesterday nnd funeral and Interment will be held to-day.-At tho futicrul of tin, Hon. James Hutchinson Tttesdny, tho Itev. Fraser Mctzger wus tho ofllclntlnR clergyman, and the muslo wns furnished by n quartette consisting of Mrs. Fred Smith, Mrs. C. S. Booth, F.1 win Martin and A. M. Vaughan. The hearers were John Hutchinson, Leonard Hutchinson of Harre, Carl Thresher ot Boston, W. If. Roberts of Manchester Center, William Hutchinson of Washing ton, D. C, nnd Lyman Hutchinson of this rlaco. William Miller, who has been hero for several days with his father, M. II. Miller, returned to Richmond tor a short time Tuesday, leaving his rather more comrnrtnMe.- Leona Batten is recovering from Injuries received while sliding Sun- uny. .Mrs. Laura Cushnian is again In town, coming from Whlto River Junction to remain will, Mrs. Hello DuBols for some tlniu.-c. 11, Jnsiills of Montpeller wns In town Tuesday and le.i In the aft ernoon for Hnrtfoid, Conn. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Rockwell were In Bethel Tuesday. L. A. Heath went to Warren Wednes- flay and will go to Rochester beforo his return.--Mrs. Jo epli Brown is very ill with pneumonia. -Mr and Mrs. Carl Threnher returned to .Melrose Highlands vv edncf day. Julian Albee, who has been superintending the plio lne of machinery In 'lie steam Inundr.v , left Tuesday night for his homo in SpungNeld and another totemrin, H. F. Long of Burlington, has arrived to till the vacancy.-The Christian Brotherhood ha decided upon Fobruury 13 as Indies' night. -Mi anil Mrs. W. H. Itoberts let timed Wednesday to Manches ter Center. -Gllnian (lay, who was threat ened with pneumonia, has been found to have a tubarculai trouble. Mr. Gilman was a member of tne high school graduating lass nnu also held the oflbe of nre.sl- dent. -At a inc line of Fern Rbek-uh Lodgo Tuxci.iv night, Mr. Bertha Sey- mourc was elected delegate to the grand lodge and Mrs Relic liunn as aitei nste. Mr. and Mr- Leonard Hutchinson 10- turuod to Uane Wednesday mnrnmar Airs. ItiiI l'ecue Is now able to ride out und is gaining rapidly The funeral of Mrs. I 'ere vi, 1. vvlioe lemains were brought here Wednesday will be held at the home of her niece, Mrs. G. W. Scott, tliis afterno .11 at two o'clock. Clinton Adams, who ha b, en the guest of his hi other, J. H. Adama. his returned to .vims. iuisj lentil Blanchard went 1 to Bethel Wednesday to visit Captain and Mrs. B. F. Bowman. A. II. Powers wa3 In Bethel Wednesday. RANDOLPH CENTER. The Rev Robert Clark Is sick with the grip and Pror. H. n. Rice occupied tho mlpit of tlio Federated Churoh Sunday MLs Iun II. Kuicry of liist Randolnli In Stewartslown, Ont , c.t the time ot his death. A bell lnus been presented lo the First Congregational Church by Mrs. W. A. Himes and will bo installed soon. It will be about 2,000 pounds In weight. Tho present boll has been crackod for some these omces demand his entire time. The association will establish nn office her thin spring In the rooms over the Bran don National bank, of which Mr. Wlnslow will have charge.-Mr. and Mrs. James Wilbur announce the marriage of Mrs, A. Lavon Whitney Tucker to Pert jr. time. Newport high school defeated llodgklmi of Rochester January 22. Mr. Blchford high Saturday In a game of basket hall by tho senro of M to S, Thero will he a home gamo horo Friday evening with St.instead College. Peter Aken and his team got a cold bath Monday while driving on tho lu-kc. The seemed safe, but when tho full weight of the team came on the Ice It broke through. For tunately thero was assistnnco nenr at hand and Mr. Akin and his team wero extricated with nothing moro serious than p cold hath. Dr. 1). K. Ln-stman, who hns been In New York for a fovv days, has returned. Homer Thrasher, who has been confined tn the house for tho past week, Is n.'ile to be about. Mrs. H. K. Bedell Is very III and her recovery Is doubtful. George Beaumont, whohas been seriously III, Is much better, GREENSEORO. Mr. nnd Mrs. ,t. a. Goss visited In St. Johnsbury Friday. The ladles of the Presbyterian society gave a dinner Thurs day at tho home of Mr. nnd Mr J. N. L Drown, which was liberally patronized, Friday n largo number gave Mr. nnd Mrs A. B. I alrbank, who have recently nr rived fiom North Dakota nnd bought tho Spiers farm a surprise visit, which wns much enjnyed. nefteshments wore served. Mrs. J. W. Campbell went to Burlington Saturday to visit her hus bnnd, who is reported to be steadily Im proving at the hospital. Many from Oieensboro attended th meeting of Hardwlrk Saturday, nnd wero hospitably Hazen Road Pomona grango at East entertained NORTH TROY. The funeral of Mrs. Ross Bnlloy waa held Sunday afternoon nt the Baptist Church, the Rev. Mr. Puffer ofllclnting, Mrs. Bnlley died very suddenly, nged M years. She leaves two tons nnd a hus bnnd who Is so crippled by rheumatism that lie Is oonhned to an arm chair. Work Is progressing on the rebuilding ot tho Blair Veneer Co'.s factory, whloh will employ about 100 men and will be of greater capacity than the one recently burned Thomas Ingram I off duty at the store of Pettis A Co. on account ot the mums. -Charles, the young son of B B. Gilbert of tile Frontier hotel, whs quite seriously Iniured Saturday by being tnrown rrom the rear end of a team sled by accident. His head wns bruised and cut LOWELL. C. A. Barre has bought of H olden & Grlntn the land and sugar plnce ndjoln lnc hi, l.irm.-Mrs. D. A. Wakefield and ons of North Troy ale visiting rela fives in tovvn.-Mrs. Myrtle Sinborn has returned from Maiden. Mass. Ferdinand Blanchard has moved Into Mrs. Tou rnoti s tenement, vacated by Mrs. Do blals. Mr. and Mrs. James Murphy have returned from their wedding trip and ore stopping with Mrs. Arthur Stnnnard -Clement Roya hod the ends of two of his ftrieers amputated Wednm-day while using a saw In the J. H. Sllsby & Co. saw mill William Parker is spending the week with relatives In Johnson.. Mrs. Arthur Parker is entertaining her tnend, Miss Davis of Newport this week It was voted nt the last regular meet ing of the Lowell Grange to hold their moetlngs through the month of February at the town house. Sirs. FraneU T. . nunaay guvst at iV J.. Hoyden's. J Murphy, who hns been su.ferlng from a The trustees of the 1 irange county gram-. shock since Christmas day, died Tues- inar scnooi nnu s',it,j normal school met I dnv morning, January 21, at 4 o'clock. Monday and veiud unanimously to lease the property to the Suite for an agricul tural HChool and elm elected H. A. Allen, L. J. Darlington and K. W. Tewksbury to mi vacancies, In the hoard of trustees. Thoma-s J. Adsms of Wood'tock vva.s here with his pare-ts, Mr and Mrs. A. A Adams, Sundaj Forest J. Seymour has Telephone company held their annua) louht the Deacon Graves farm, Mock meeting In tne store of A. M. Hubbard fi.i.-.. .... .. . . . . nunj iiiKiu, vvnen me olil Imaid of oftl isih were elected. Two new directors were nflaeil, O. J. Marcolt nnd C. niocKvveii. .Mis, Hnima Pratt Is very ill "i uie nome or .Miss Delhi Chandler. Dr and Mrs. H. O. Beekman have returned fiom New York.-Mrs. Brown, who has ueen passing severul weeks, with her si lei, Mis. Commie Pratt, has engaged 1001ns ai uetnei and went them on Satui- ua.v to live. :ews has been received hei or uie critical illness of Laura, the second fill llfh te, .if Me - . " "u "" r.rnesi aargent at Woodsvllle, N. H.-MLss Kmma Pratt, who lias been out of health for a long nine, men oaiuiuny at the home of Miss Miss Delia Chandler. The funeral was held there on Monday at one o'clock, tho icv. j. vv. uiiesbro oflleUtlng, and Inter ment was In Sotithview cemetery Th. lemains of Miss Harriet r.each, who died at the home of Waller Cliamberlln In elne I'lieno. wen- brought to her old home In the horn,- of Mrs. Mary Golds bury Sunday afternoon and tho funeral wns held there at two o'clock Mondav afternoon, with Intorment mudo In South'. view cemetuy MNs l.each wa. ... daushter of Robert and Cynthia Sherman i.euio. .iiiu w.n u, Waitslield 73 years a-io In lSf.9 she eame with her nirmn. 1., re. side in town, and her father purchased me nonse now owned and oceupl'ed by W-illatd Gay. After the death of her """"" Leach lived with her i-uner tin hU death In Wi), and for tin lust years hus had rooms In tho house -"rs' Goldsihuiy on Summer street. She hud been 111 fnr thice yeais.-Not often in tlio lilstory of Randolph have there been so many deaths 11:1 during thu last 10 days, and then, are several can's of seyeio Illness at the pieseut time. News has been received or the denth of Mr, iierthn (Bradley.) P.ilm- in Wohurn. Mass , tho interment being nude In that city Saturday. Mrs. Pjlne lived hero In the family of Dr. J. D. Whorler for three years. For the last year and a half sliu had been 111. She was 11 yenra old and leaves a husband and four children, four sisters, one of whom, Mrs. Frank Crowe, resides In this v Hinge and two biothers.- Cllnton Adams of Post .Mills was nn over Sunday guest of his brother, .1. B. Adams. Mrs. Charlotte Llllle Is passing a few days with 1 datives In Montpeller Mm 11. H. Mclnlyre returned to Ruillngton Monday afternoon, leaving her brother, M. II. Miller, more comfortable. Mis. Har vey Spauldlng und William Hutchinson of Washington arrived .Monday 10 attend the funeral of Judge IliKchlnson Tuesday. While coasting on Sonda.v l.coua Rat ten came In conliut with ,1 barbed wire fence und cut her face ,uid chost badly. L. G. Kent will shortly move to tho Charles .Manor limine on Main stieet. Curioll Granger of Bane visited his par ent, Mr. and Mis. Charles Granger, Sunday.-Miss Alice iYrvln Is in Morrlstowii Corners, tnklng 0.110 of her sister. Mis. Jacobs, who Is recovering from un opera tion. -NH Smith of Northtleld was thu Kiicst-of Mr und ,Mrrt, vd Rm-u Sunday. -Mr und Mis. Douglas Barclay of Barre were over Sunday vMtois "The Man- cnci.ier." .Mr. und Mrs. C. S. fitockwell went lo Rochester Monduy to visit his mother. Herbert Patch left for Bellows Falls Monday and from thero will gs to Boston to attend a convention of photog raphers to he hi Id In tliil . It v iilnrnl'i in about two wcelmJidkon Umcry Ib and tools In Rrooktield for $2.700.-Real !tato Agent Brown had parties heie .Mondav to look over the Grlsvvold farm and ihe .; is. Aiiams form, both of which an; for sale ORLEANS I ORAFTSRURT. s.e,.iK.. , , ,L-..r ,ln ramuy moved to i..it llurdvvle, the Urst of this week Mrs, Mniy Jouej retuined home lust l'liduy after 111 .ihsrnre of three week- 111 i.icensijoro-Mrs R. Q. Moodle visited in tlardwlek Ihe first of the week. The annual donation" of the Methodist EnK- copal society vlll be held in their church vveiJtiesday evening, Pehruary 1. livery one la cordlall Invlled A literary pro gram is expcct-d.-The hews of the death 01 G. P. Flslur In Morrisvlllo was ra celved Thursdiy. .Mrs. Fisher was Mrs l'red Tunplet.il formerly of this town and has one dt lighter residing hero now Mrs. How-ird J vein. Tho box shep of Charles C. Cnnnnt was entirely !.-tioyed by tiro at about 10:30 o'clock Saturday nlffht. Tho nro was urst discovered In the work ins room, origin unknown. Tho Insur ance was for ',S00. The value of the properly Is estimated at 53.000. This shop was fornerly a sash and blind shop. EERB7. The teachers ii the common schools In tills town .ittend-d the educational meet ing held at Nonl Troy Friday and Satur day. They repor a good meetitnj, but un fortunately Gove nor Mead, who was ad vertised to lectue, vva unable to be present. Mrs. lurbert Campbell Is very Men with the grp. Tho remains of Mis. Mamie Blake, Wio died In a hospital In Ilobton. Mius., vheie she had been sev eral mouths for treatment, wero brought here l-rlibiy by her brother, ftuol Gray, and placed In th. tomb until inteuneut In the spilng. She was 11 native of Derby and loaves Mvoihiidren by a previous marriage, one 01 whom. W. Sloan, lives at Derby Line, lnu several brothers and iltcrs In Cotineitlcut - Mrs. W. T. Kll- born Is Iniprovlti- slowly -The leunlon ami roii-caii 01 th, c0ngi, gational Church hero whs held Wminesiiaj, January 2.. KEIVPORT, The f uncial of m.- u- i Whllnav. who died lust uieit Wednesdnv from a complication of ,iertsu-, wna htlla lSatur- lllj at ono ocloik. with Interment at west uerby ie was about 0) years old and Is sur vived by her husband and six children, four sons, and two daughters.-. Mrs. Tim othy Dtblols hns gone to Wostfleld to pass tho remainder of the winter with her daughter, Mrs. C D Ooddard. RUTLAND BRANDON. The Fonlor class of tho high school will hold a focd sale to-morrow in Session's variety store. -Mrs. Fred Rlnvjslev un derwent a fauccc-ssful oper.Mion in the Proutot hospital Wednesdny.-William J. Powers was badly Injured in a runaway accident Tuesday evening when drlv ins a spirited horse. Ho was thrown out on Conant square and rendered un-cmiscIous.-MNs Ruth Sprague is spend ing tho vvetk in Gloucester, Mass. Mr and Mrs. C. B. Griswold of Staton Is land, N. y are vlUtlng lelativos here. Tho Rev. J. J. Koyiu lsl ln jjoston tills week.-Mrs. Margaret FifieUl went ves terday to Albanj, N. i' to spend sever al weeks.-Mr. and Mrs. Harry F. Put nam are visiti.ig In Wot I.obanon, N. 11. .vi rs. L. k. Knovv-lum Is ill. Georga ii. .mi.eou, district deputy grand m.-.s. tor of the fourth Masonic district of Vermont, vva.s I nullum! last evening for an officii visit to that 1,1,1 l'O poople .attended the Grange social nt D. li. FBVS W.rlti.iM'ii' I.... t.. v-, (riling. ltoe Barker Is 111 with one iimr.t in nt tli.. home ot her son. K...1 i-., l..- . -vi... Thomiis l.unergan la visttlmr in ti,i,n. bury.-Frnl Cutting of Sallsbur) is In town. The Rev. William S. Smart v. Ith the assistance of his numerous fr.ends and vveii-wi.huis observed the frith .it.ni- vc-rsjiy of ids ordination to the ministry .Sunday and pieni'bcd and forceful sermon to an attentive ..uHienee winch tilled the auditorium of tlio tongreeatlonal Church, of vvlilch he "ns pastor for if, venr m'h. ,..,i,.,. of (.. J. Onnsbe- Post. G. A. It., attended the service. Tho Itev. W. V. Berg, prekcnt pastor of the church, presented Dr. .Smait on behalf of mnnv fn.k Puimi of gold coins. .Mrs Martha Pitts-, 'ieiiueu mo ordination service f." yours ago, and Frank A. .Mor-e of West Rutland, who was a del.es,t vie"' Wn-lC ' r,"","t nt ,ne nnnlversnry ser ve,.. , , . ' r' b"w,t ls 111 ' 5 car of his age. De was niton,. r,e ,i,e Benson Congregational ci, ., ,c. "i"),::;:;:;1'" lUn wnr as 'chapluin , ' ""in. for 2a years, i,u7-vfi, ho was rtnstor of ti10 ,,s, t Coni:rv. ,;.,::i,;h y.x.y"& ... lr lu lnw urandon Chinch In 1KW und retiring I9u6. ,,'as since made his , here. A doctorate n e.red upon him by Union College, and he Is onn of tho trustees of Mlddlebury ( ol ege He I, ,. COPporH.e J of iho American board of commissioners for torelgn missions. Two years ago Dr nod Mrs Smart celebrated their golden and Mrs. Hodgklns will resldn In Roches. ler.Mr. and Mrs. W. II, Hanlon entertained tho whist club lost evening. MIbs Maud Menchnm Is visiting In Iwr llngtnn. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Perry and children of Wlnstcd, Conn., are visiting Mrs. Mnry Benolt.-Mrs. Fiank Shermnn of Ludlow is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T). A. Htitchlnson.-J. W. Baker hns sold his house, on Carver street to Charles T. Blrchard of Melrose, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Perry will eiccupy It this spring. Mr. Baker will move to the house on High street pur chased by hlm.-Perley Dlsorda ot Sud bury and Ormuld MeGownn of Forest dale were arrested Monday afternoon for bleach of the ponce In this town Satur day evening. The trial wus held Monday evening nnd Dlsorda wns lined $5 anil costs, amounting to $11.71. McGovvon S und costs amounting to llti.M. The fol- lowing onicers or the Unity Rebeknh Lodge were instnlled Mondsy evening: Noblo grand, Mrs. Arthur Perry; vice grand, Mrs. Henrietta Nichols; record ing senetnrv, Dana Nichols, nnancl.il secretary. .Mrs. F.dwln King, treasurer, Mrs Mabel Bowker: warden, Jennie Merkln; conductor, Mrs A. H Ltint,. worthy; chaplain. Kate lit .lame. Hunt suffered a parnhtlc sho.'i Sunday morning and Is In a veiy emu il condition. Mrs. Fred Manchester and Mrs. Marllla French are 111. Charles W. Brlggs died yesterday morn ing about 4:30 o'clock. He had been In feeble health for several months but vva.s not eonflned to bis b-d until a week ago, when ho sank Into a comatose state He w.is 7T. years of age and Mved the greater part of his life In Brandon. He held vari ous town ofIlc"s and was a member of tho Legislature ono session. II Is sur vived by his wife, one daughter, Addle ,,f I ftutchlns' of Vewbury evening " " hln ""P" "rhUr WORCESTER. k oV' rldof of ,he M" living nt the 1 al"' who haa ''e"n Ne Te ', '' , ,,0m', of " ! Mr, where ill C"np h 'M MrdMMrr,Unnno,,'CrMh0mr "f Iflnnd 1'e.t.H r, .'-Mr" T,"nor - lna enX'trlw -Mrs,Scr ;'"Vh; -"h l'"-"V., nnd Mr? ? Mr"' Wnrr J"'!! Krlp,-Mrs N. r RrRnl(ty of w r,r"n'' v I s 1 1 r r in town P . Tewksbury has houifht from iho Pa estate the prpr(y kn(w) ' tin Sjmonds n,M fttmv of rlmo were guests of Mr. Svmonds- Parn on SundayMr nd Mrs. ,, MeM hon. Walter einlw-av and dn.rrii.er Marjorle, tind oor Hull of Me 1 poller wero nmon the fiend r vis tors In town.- WHBnm p,,,,, r VVir bury hns renter! fhf. ,,orJ((r pi) f from Mrs. Drlnkvrntor and hns mo . his family thereto. EAST WARREN. Mr. nnd Mrs. J P. Ore Randolph Saturday. En.. Northfleld Saturday. Mr of Wnltsflold und M : Morotown were In town Ing to Install the otlhet Rebekah lodge. Dlstrlr Master Sylvester and T Marshall Howe, both of ' in town the same even officers of Mount Pleas. Florence McGlnflln Is Mary Kstey Is III with , ituus-mor, .virs. Jessie Rof . rs, und c David Kstoy, of Connecticut are here tj see hcr.-Mrs. Sadie McGlaflln. who is been In Burtlnntnn for severs I wee at home for a few davs. M- f. wood we Iilnb -a s'tRj It It. :rd De i 1 if (r I ol Ir ind 'y 're I DO Mr inionla, H r this town, and ono brother, George of Montpeller. AVIIIIam J. Powers, who w,n badly Iniured in a runaway, Is able to t out of floors. The Monday club irave tl vet.' enjoyable entertalnmont In the Con gragatlonal chapel Tuesday evening The one-act comedy, "Tho Ileal Thing." and a patomlme, "Wife Wanted," -r present ed. Music wns furnished by a iurtelte, MesBrs. Wheldon, Itabrook, Clement rnd Williams, and r. Clement rendered two solos. Refreshments were served. Mrs. Mlnnln E. Hail returned yeMerday tc New York. C. B. Giiswol.l of New Brighton, N. Y., Is visiting relatives here. The Rev. J. J. Boyle has returned from Boston Charles Tonnlen is vIhIUiiu In Plttsford. Mr. and Mrs. John Condon have returned from a several weeks' visit to relatives in Roibury. Mn MUs Clara D. Burnap has returrrd from Al banj-. Mrs. C. K. Know Iron, who bun been ill, Is much Improved - W O. Ray. who hns been confined to the house for sevoral weeks by sickness, was able to ride out 'or tho first time Tueduy. TLo Men's Congregational olub will hold meeting lor men only Friday evening In tho chapel. Oflbv-rs will bo elected and Judge John K. Weeks of Mlddlebury will (peak on "The Penal InstPutlons of Ver mont." Refreshments will be served V A. Fuller has purchased the 13mery Fuller place in tho Arnold district. Clarence Hatch of Whitehall, N. Y., I at his home here and contlned to tlio house by illness Dennis J. Delphla ls ill with pleUro- pncumonln. Miss Chalis Thrall has gone to Mnntpelier to take a course In nursing In Heaton hospital. Mrs F. K. Klmrsley is rapidly rct-ovoring in tho Proctor hospital, where ulie was operated .:;on a short time aco. BENSON. Taito Bros, of Springfield, .Mass, own ers of the Maplehurst creamery In this village, are making extensive repairs. Fred Barlow is to move to Dr. Joneb's farm In the west part of the town In the spring, and S. L. Bishop, who has eio- cupled It fo long, will move to his father's place. The Masonic dance on tho nleht of January IS was attended hy about 5S couples, somewhat lees than was hoped bv the promoters. Mrs. J. C. Kins con tinues in a critical condition with little piospects of recovery. Henry' Brown of Mendon was here Friday and says his father, William Brewn, is well and con- tinted ln his new home.. ProtxUo Judgo Henry L. dark has appoint! d D. L. Os good guardian over Mrs. Jane King Services commence at 11 a. m at the Cori- rcgntlondl Church hereafter. was calU 1 FORESTDALE. Mrs. Nettle Scutt of Arlington is visit- Sig her sister, Mrs. George Out. A son ,vas born to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lh France January 21.- The Itev. L. C. Mattoon visited in Plattsburgh, N. Y., recently. W. B. Avcrv 1? In Wil'sboro, N Y . this week Mrs. Miti bel l.arock went Monday to thn Mary Fletcher hospital at Burling ton whore sho will undergo nn operation Thre will bo a masquerade at St Monica's hall Friday evening WASHINGTON Inst week by the Illness of her mntw Mrs. Mary i:'"v. WATERBURY CENTER. A K. Smai'e , ,on(lned to tho hou e by un ttar.K ot grip. The next Beipt sf oriable vlll he held Friday with Mih Stella PJk. nim.et win , served.-D V.. J. Foster, department commander e the G. A. IL, was In Boston January to attend the atrd annual reception c the Vermont Veterans' association c Boston SOUTH WOODBURY. Glenn, the older son of Fred Then Is recovering mm un attack of ac indigestion. Marlon, daughter of ' and Mr Ary Wheeler, who hu. I e very 111 of pneumonia, Ik likely t r covor. Richard Batchelder was in t place on Sunday. DUXBURY. M. J. Hill lost a good hoie rocer.tlj from what noma claim to be glanders. Mr. and Mrs. II. C, IKwkus, who won married Sunday, January IE, vvece ksp nadod by the young people of this towr and Moretown Monday night. MIDDLESEX. Mr. Charles Itlohardion nnd ton ven ln Montpeller the flret of tha week -.M-s William Newhall ls ill with grlp.-A largi bell, prewenttd by Levi Swift to th Methodist society has arrived, and hai been holstisl Into place. It wus used fot the lirst time Sunday. George Alexander returned from his trip to Bralntree Bun da, Fred Burnett, the champion Hi el of tho town, hurt a hearing ln Moretiwr for horso stealing and was put under $' bonds to appear at county coi.rt. Ba, was not furnished, and he -was token t' Jail. A good many wero In Montpclle Saturday to atterri the ice roces.-K, .v Johnson of South Victoria, Cvinada, i visiting his daughter, Mrh. Fred Materia Mrs. Fred Eaton ls slightly indisposed. MORETOWN. Peter Burns, who drives a team for I o Wnrd, hns been laid up for eeve days with a lame back. Clinton Ward out again after an Illness. Mrs. Rolui Orlffth has retunied home from -A if Falrlen, where she has went to care f t her father. Walter Hurdle hn flnifhei work for Patrick Neaniey and is visltni his sister. Mrs. Carpenter, at Putnarr-y-vtille. Harvey McAllUlor of Oregon call, eel on friends In town recently. WAITS FIELD. Miss Klizabcth Blubee and Hurr- Beickui. were married by tho llev. W A. Remele at the Congregational parsonn Sunday, Jiumary IL The Woodmen w' , hold a Isall at I. O. O, V, hall FrUi evening. Klmore's orchestra will furr v music Karl Jones underwent a succneit fui operation for appendicitis nt Heat a hospital 'i'hurhduy. Georgtv BeiTy was taken to the Alary FleteJier hospital at Burlington Saturday for treatment. nt ....... . . . . . . '' vv 11 inev 1 veu a one 1 we,ii in. line son lu 11... i.. . ... . for several v ears .i ..vi.i..i 1 ... 1 1 mpman from the njoyrnert of public entertain ments and aniuteiionts. saving woman, am her property Is valued at from jso.ooo i t,,,,, wi, 1,-1. will lull m her hflri. us elm .....h., ,, will ur be. ililests.-Thii .l.mli,.,. Kyglal Union of the Congrogatloiiul c,u, , ia their annual meeting Frldav. f,Wed by a uupper, which wnt, lnrK. Iv utended -Homer Mar- no, wiiii nas be,.,, hi for tho p.m three weeks, Is able t0 rl' bul.-Tho funeral of ,' A' Hftn- hu- held Monday, with In terment ,., f.r,1V(. ,,,,.. Mr ' v in ,-le . ,1 .. t, Monu-sil i.ousliuctis,, lowjunj., 1W)a wsu al wuti pi.- .... mi im'u two mo William S . .Ir . of Adams, .vl.iss , an,i Ward I', of Boston. Mrs. n. Barker died Frldav evi nmi: .it tho home of her son .Veil Haikei, after a brief Illness with pneumonia. She was 7G yeais ot age. Him Is survived by one son and one daughter, .vi'.s. Minnie Hall of New York city. Tile funer-il was held lit her hite homo at in. o'i Im k Monday nfleinoon, Willi burial in l.e toi. Chnrles : win-low has sold his milk route to W .1 I'uwers and William lliath Mr v v l 11-cietirv and Ten- .1 . r I. IT . 1. r a pOcUtlun and 1 c. mciea.d duties of WATERBURY. Clara Glover Miller, wife of H. O. Mil ler, died nt the Mary Fletcher hospital Thursday night, wheie she had been l.iken that dav for treatment She was bom In Boston November i, 1S67. the diughter of F.dwnrd and Cynthia (Hun toon) Glover. She was mairled about 17 ears ago to Mr Miller, their homo being m Boston and vlmlnlty until a few years ago they bought .1 farm In Duxbury. Later they bought nnd conducted a laun dry business In the village. Mrs. Miller is survived by her husband and six of tho seven ohlldren born to them, Ktbel, Ar thur, Gertrude, Herbert, Elbert, Jr, nnd Mina. all at name She also leaves her father and mother, who live in Barre, one sister, Mrs. M. A. Hoadley of this place, and three brothers, Frank of Wat erbury, Howard of Natlck, Mass.. who is seriously 111, and George of Maiden, Mass. Mrs Miller was a member of the Congregational Church, of tho Ladles' union, of Kmerald Rebekah Lodge bnd a very active member of Dillingham Grango. The funeral was hold at the Congregatlonallst Church Sunday after noon at 2:20 o'clock with burial In th? DiiNbur.v Corner cemeterv The third Masonic distiict of It . M. held a meeting at the Masonic hall Fri day. At two o'clock the chapter was con vened hy VS. i:. Foss. If. P., of Water hury chapter, after which a lodge of moet excellent masters wus called to lubor by Granite chapter. No. 5, of Kurro. Following thl.s was the banquet served by the men of the Congregational society. At the evening session a chapter uf U, A. Masons was called to labor and tho H. A. degree conferred, O. A. Lang, G. 11. P.. and Colllni Blakely, P. o. H. P. Speeches were mudo by tho grand offlctrs nnd others until the urrlvnl of the team from tho noith. - Mrs Kllsha Moody, who had an notue attack of In. digestion Thursdaj, Is comfortnble. A usie Demerltt and her mother "pent 'iturdny afternoon Ii Montpeller ihe uen of tho Congregational touet cleared VV TlIlillE. Astronomers say It Is llkelv the plai.et Venus I,. Inhabited by beings UDnrovt- mately like this earth's humans. Are conditions up thero like the on On our llttlo terreetiinl globe? Doej a Venus gossoon Travel home by balloon, Or by horse car, or trolley, or mebe1 It ls true there's, a subway that runs In a fashion like ours of that genus? Has Ma Nuti're produced Any-Ryan unloosed Up In Venus 7 Is Chamberlain holding the tusk Of conserving municipal cash? And If re, doe.i a hint Make him go on a sprint That outspeeds any hundred-yard dis Is a brother to Morgan, we nk Grabbing gold in a manner lur-ce-nc j' Does he hang up n sign, "All this sphere now is mine." I'p in Venu? D- the women (at least I suppose That buch persons as women are there Wear extravagant hats And a style of skirt that's 1 Like the skins that bananas nil vwa Do their hubbies go bankrupt for do es Like some rellows down here? (I di. t mean us.) Do the dressmakers force A resort to divorce Up In Venus" Are their Senators out for the douch. As some much nearer Senators nre" Does a tariff-bred trust Raise tho pi Ice of a erust? Is Protection the stylo on that star If It Isn't, how gladly we'd go Fur away from the robbors who "clean" us, And. with liberty prized, All be naturalized I'p In Venus? JOHN O'KKFFP, In the New York World. THU Fl'SSY BACHELOR. "Why Is It," queried the fair widow "that they always iy a man 'pmeii for a woman T" "1 suppose." growled the fussy bache. "Or "It's becmise nine is nl)ut the soft- I cut wood there la. 'Chicane Ncwb.