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THE BURLINGTON FREE TRERS AND THfER: TITTRSHAr, T rfC'Tf 2, HUT.
1 CENT A WORD Advertising In 'h8 column lc. a word, each insertion. Copy in n y bo changed overy week Cnsh In ndvancu required. No advertisement tnlcon which id less than 12 words, 2 lli.es. Spe cial tonus to ndver tlsors using from 260 to 1,000 linos within 12 consecutive months. POINTERS. 0WNER3 OF FARMS who wish to hire help or to sell a farm, should use this column. Nearly 6,000 copies of this paper are sold every Issue and your ndvertlscmont would be read by many possible buyers. 2B,wtf LOST. W IT HOUND lost on the 10th of t'ebrsry. Body spockled, with ears ck nod tan. H. Dcnett, Kssex, N. Y. 40.12t&w,2t WANTED. I I'MBERMEN wanted at once. 15 men for cutf.tntt and fretting out lumber, roll- g logs, etc Wages JX to $35 per month 1 board. Apply to 1. a. Morse, U rs.jplllo, VI. ol.IAw.n. l.Y Till" WKKP winded by a i. would take place as housekeep er fir respeetablo widower. Address Mrs. R. J. Sherbert, Knoshurg Fulls, t., R. D. 4, care Felix Uaplant, or call to Felix Implant, Kurt Knoshurg. 35. wit HOY WANTED Wo want nn honest, trusty boy, 15 to 17 yearn of ace, on small farm. Must be a good milker intl core for horses and poultry. Write lit ones, stating use and wqroh, Mnple wood Poultry farm, Milton, Vt. M,w1i WANTKD by a lndy, middle apod sinsle man, strictly temperate. Must under stand general fann work, good mllkei. flood homo and permanent position to the right party. References required. Pox 13 Fro- Press Office. WJt. ANTBD Strictly honest, mlddlongod IY' tohtnnt woman to work in small famllv on farm. No children. No others need apply. Address, Mrs. U , ISristul, Vt.. R. D., No. 1, box Kl. 2-,w It FOR SALE. A t OOD FARM for salo cheap, nnd on eai terms. Inquire No. 170 Loomis St., Itr.rhngton, Vt. K.St&w.St F.IGHTKEN-ROOM HOCHi: for sale, on i acre lot, with fifteen stall barn, i i r 'It pot. A Kood place for ono wlMi - t . tako hummcr-bonrdciK. Will e. atige for small farm. Address box ."I, i ,c. vt. r;,3t.tw.it 2C) At RK FARM for sale, located un mam toad, largo sugar orchard, lots if iuikI, fine running water, stock, tools atei farm for $3,UO, J700 down. W. M ',oo &. H. W. Bstey, real estate agents. J risuil, Vt. Catalogue-s free on appli cation. tUf&vlt A GRF.AT rAtl.M RAROAIN-Fni m I t sit i i led 3 miles from Ilrar.don. Vt., 4o acre nearly nil tillable, early loam 1-inJ in high state of cultivation. mall spring, watered pasture and somo wood. Rulldlngs consist ot good -rocpm house set back from road on 3 terraced lawn with erand x icw of Adirondack Mts. llru'9 rewly painted and papered in jlde. 'urnaco heated, maple shule, irhoc' within 4 mile Stock and hay hnrn ; n'ti with good underground stable for 17 hoad of cattle. Inside manure pits and box stall?, now VJ..M silo in connection, also good horse b.rn. luilld'mrs slated nnd good water s .i I lv Running water easily Instnlbd. I.iri,e wotton shed and ice houso fillfl. have "ecently been erected. Buildings I nil newly painted. 12 cows have been Kent on farm this summer by the "Sol1- ii, Systom, ' be'ldes filling silo and f Ing KOO bushels of grain nnd other I rodue. i a.re.? of vinter ryo and '4 -ra ot AlfnJfa was sowed last tall. Good orchard. Come rind look It over. For full pnrtlcularr and prlco, apply to A II Buffum,, VL :K,w2t ARM of 2! acres for sale, stock and tooU if desired. Inquire of R. R. Cush mf Now Haven, Vt. 33,w3t Notice how nttio it costs to toil thousands of readers in many towns of Vermont whnt you have to sell or what you wish to buy. Advortlso In tho Free Presj and you will got re plies to your advertisement. 23,wtf LIVE STOCK AND POULTRY. HORflKS- earksd of draught, farm chunks and general purpom hores, direct from tho farmers in Nebraska, will arrive at our stables on or before February 2!rd. J Landon & Bon, Bristol, Vt. 45,d&w,tf. IIOIitTBIN RULLB for sale. Three richly bred Holsteln bulls, reatly for ervioe; a few younger ons.s, all lira nicely marked. Dams will be officially tested when fresh. V.'. B. Dodos, North Hero, Vt. 35,iJt&w3t f OWo f i' salt, roiri.sle'wl Shroprhiroewes ml rami-, also Horned Dorset rams. 11. J Merrill. R. F. D No. 2, Burlington. 32,dftw,tf. TO RENT. GOOD PAHTHRK8 to rent In Gelirgla? also sto-k taken In. Inquire No. 176 Loomls St., city. 6'J,2t&w,lt BTORES IN RUTLAND to rent, sep arately or nil together, stores at 43, 15 and 17 Center RU, Rutland, Vt. ,12t&w,:t. Village Farm for Sale. In Wllllstown, consisting of nine acres of good land, 10 room litmso ami ftvood iihed, painted and blinded; horse am, carriage house and hen houso, all n good oondltlon, plenty of water, nnd good for strawberries, apple, pear .nd plum trees, fruit enough for hiimo tiso, largo lawn and shade, work for man and team on road, A A. Illlss, VllIl3ton, Vt 5,Wt MSTATIC OP VAKSY MVKMS, COl,-CIlllSTDH. BTATB OF VllIlMONT, District of uniiienuon, ss. The Honorable l'robate the Uistrict of Chittenden. Court for To nil persons Interested In the es tate of l'liiiny Myers, into of ColcheB ter, In said district, deceased, , , OUKUTINO: At a Probato Court, holden at llur lington wltliln and for said district on the 1st dny of - March, Kill, an Instrument purporting to ho the last will .nul toslnnient of Tanny Myers, lato of Colchester, in nniil district, deceased, was presented to tho court .iforosald, for probate. And It Is ordered by said court that the iSrd dny of March, 1911, at two o'clock p. m., ul the Pro. halo Olllcn In said llurlington, bo nsxlgned for proving said Instrutnont; and thai notlcn thereof bo glvon to nil pei'Mins concerned, by publishing tills nidor three weeks successively In tho llurlington Weekly Free Press, a newspaper circulating In that vicin ity, In said dlstrlci. previous to the tini" nppolnte1. Therefore, joii are hereby notified to Hppcir before said court, at the tlmo and place ufuresnld, and contest the probate of said will, If you have cuuso. Given under my hand at Burlington, In 'Mid district, thin 1st day of March, 1H11. j a miss n. MACOMnnrt, w.tt Judge. i'niMissioxi:ns mitich. Hstiile of Alsnn .1. Pcef, St. (leorce. The tinclerslcned having born ap tmclerslRiied pointed bv the llonoraole Probate court for the Dlstrltt of Chittenden Commissioners to n oi'ivo, examine and idjunt the claims and demands of all poi sons against tho i state of Alon J. Peot, into of St. Octinv. I" said district, deceased, nnd nil claims exhibited In offsot thereto, hcreb) (Jive notice 'hat wo will ineut for the pui poso aforesaid, at the resident e "if Ocorge F. Peot, In the town of Hhcl burno, In saltl dlatrlct, on the 4th Wed nesdays of March and Augrusl, next, al 10 o'cloc k a. m , on eai h of saltl ditVH nnd that six months fiom tho 23rd tiny or February, A. 1)., 1911, Is the I Imo limited by said court for said creditors to present their claims to us for exam Itin'lnn and allowance. Dated at St. doorce, this 23rd day of Februni ', A. 1).. 1911. rilKl) HACON, -At. W. H1NSDAI.K. 35, wilt Commissioners. COMMISSI O.MIR . NOTICIJ. Hslllt.' of nnfe I. Ilnrrls, lliiiillngtoii. The undersigned, having been an pcliiic.l by the Honorable Probate, rourt fr the District of Chittenden, Commissioners, to receive, examine and adjust tho claims and demands of all persons aghln3t the estate of Annie 1 '. Harris, late of Huntington, In said district. deceased, ami all claims exhibited In offset thereto, hereby Rive notice that we will meet for t lie purpose aforesaid, at the resi dence of George Warren, In the town of Huntington, In itald district, on the hist Mondays of March nnd August, next, at lu o'clock a. m , mi each of K.id days and that sl month from the l'7th day of February, A. I'.. 1011. i he time limited by said couit for said creditor" ! present their t lalms to u.- lor e i.'iriiin.tilon and allmwinio. Hnted nt Huntington, this 27th day of February A D., till. Gi;ORGK M. NORTON, S. K. KKNYON. 3".w;!t Commissioners. I1STATM Ol." I.I'.WIS I. nriM;To.. IIAltltOW, STATIC OF Vl'.IOIONT, District of Chittenden, sa. The Honorable Probate Court for the District of Chittenden. To all persons Interested in the es tate of I,ow!s M P. ii rows, late of Rur llnglon. In said ilistrlct, deceased, ORKETINO: At a Probate Court, holden nt Rur litigton, within and for said ilistrlct, on the 24th day of February, 1911, in ln-trtiiiient purporting to be tho ilast will and tt'Htamiint "f Lewis M. j i-uirtiwri, iuie ul junnihiiMi, ijr r.im in 1 'tie t, ueeeasnti. was presi-iueu to " . court aforesaid, for probate. And it Is ordered by said tourt that the until day of March. l'.Hl. at ten o'clock a. m.. at the Pro bate Oft'lco In said HiirlliiRton, be assigned tor proving said Insti ument; and that notice thereof be given to nil perons concerned, by publishing this order three weeks successively In the Burlington Weekly Free Press, a newspaper circulating in that vicinity, In said district, previous to the tlmo appointed. Therefore, you are hereby notified to appear before said court, at the time ami place aforerald, and contest the probate of said will, If you have cause. (llven under inv band at Burlington, In said distilet, this 21th day of Feb ruary, Hill. J. H. MAOOMRF.R. SB.wSt Judge. KSTATF. OF I! Alt IHHT C. 511 1)1)1,11 lUIOOIt, Iltntl.INCTO.V. , PTATt". OF VERMONT, District of Chittenden, sa. The Honorable Probato the District of Chittenden. Court for To all persons Interested In the es tate of Harriet H. Mlddlebrook. lute of llurlington. In said district deceased, OR Birr ING: At a Probato Court, holdon .it liur lington, within and for sild district on tho 1st day ot March, 1M1. an in strument purporting to be the last will and tontament of llamet K. Mlddlubrool:. lato of Burlington. In said district, deceased, was presented to the court aforenald, for probate And It Is ordered by said Court that the 1Mb day of March. 1111. at ten o'clock a. ni , nt the Pi o bale Olllcn, In r.ilil Uur'inirti n, be assigned foi proving snid in strument, and Hint notice thereof b given to all persons concerned, by publishing this order thiee weeks j,iic. eesslvelv In the Burlington V.'eekl) Free Press, a newspaper circulating in that vicinity. In said district, p-iv-iou." to the tlmo appointed. Therefore, vou are hereby notified to appear before said Couit at the time nnd placo aforesaid, nnd inn'est tbu probate of seld will. If vou have cause, Given untlr trv hand, at llurlington. In said district, this 1st day of March', 10 l' JAMBS H MAiUMIlUlt, 3".m"' Judge. TEETH EXTRACTED AIollllrl WlllniHl I'nlo. Tho only ofllco in llurlington wher you can get teeth extracted without partlcl ot pnln, wlthovt taking kob. My inethod !s used by no .thor person. No pain; n- dn'.grr: no nfter effects nn, t.. n. it A7. r.fi, Oinrr. S.1- llnlu .St., Ilurllaiflon. Vt. Ofllt Hours, 10 In 3. 7 tm 8. 100 tools, 17B acre fa mi .-li. p.ni ne, with js.rjoo. acre fnrm In Jerlt ho with qulto a cut of timber, f 1 ,700. JifiO ncre farm In Cal enuniy. only 52 mo. Reynolds Real Er-tate Co., IftS I'nllcue S. 1'nrniH. tl'Jnrrles, 'riinliirj.-imla, Shore Properly, I.niio ARSENE I0UCHER UNDERTAKER, 168 North Si. Tel. 9S5, UURLINOTON, Calla Aniiwerril Dny VT. or .Vleht. WATER TAXES for MARCH are now due and pay able at the WAT Kit OPTIC!. NO. D. CITY IIA1.K Pnless prompt payment Is matle, FIVH Pl'llt CUNT, will be addnd to tho hill, ami the water shut off, as prescribed in Suction 38 of tho Water Ordinance, PAY BF.FORF, THF, 10th AND GF.T YOPR DISCOUNT J. FRANK 1C1DDMR, Huporlntondent. Office hours for the (list ten daya of Mnrcli. from 8 a, m. to I i m . after that from 8 tu 12 n, m. and I to R p. m. El, d'Jt.wklylt. HAPPENINGS IN YERMONT (Continued from page 1.) months, was nble to walk out Wednesday. Mrs. Marj' Caswell Is confined to tho houso by Illness. VERGENNES. Friday nftcrnnoii wollo T.'orkinen were engaged below the fills In excavnting for the tall race for the VerKcnncs Power compnny, thoy dug up portions of the skcloton of a man. Tho bones were found eight feet below the river bottom Just below the falls on Hie west side. About 20 bones In all in cluding the skull lmve so far been found. It Is thought that the skeleton lias been In tho place where It was found for no less than 7fl years and perhaps much longer. From the formation of the skull II Is thought that It was that of an Indian. The lower law Is of tin extraordinary width and slse. The por tions of tho skeleton are now In the olllcn of the Twite, inli Lumber company, which has tho contract to develop tho water privilege on the falls belonging to tho Veigennen Power company. The body of Myron Norton was brought here Satur day from lltirllnglon and placed i tho vault in Prospect cemetery. The body was accompanied by members of the Masonic nml Knights of Pythias lodges of lltirllnglon and wos met at the sta tion by a delegation from Piorpnnt Lodge,. K. of P., of this city, which acted as an escort to the cemetery, where tho Knights of Pythlns's burial service was rend by Prelate M. L. Maker of Cliiiniphtln lidgo, K. ot P., Ilurllugton. Mr. and Mrs. .lohn Ryan relumed from theh wedding trip Friday. T. .1. Newton, who has been seriously III. Is Improving. Mis .lessle Norton of Hnnlltmtnn Is the guest of Mrs. C. L Wymnn. Miss ,1. c. Rrown was a week-end visitor of relatives In llurlington The body ot John Kdnitiiids was brought hi "c Sunday from St. Louis. .Mo., and the funt ra I services held In St. Paul's Chun n, the Rev. G. R. Brush ofllctatlng. The bearers wore W. .1. Strong, .1. A. lintrlngio!., c. T S. Pierce, Frank nnd II. W. Id' nf this city and C. A. Chap man nf TVnlsbiirg, antl the body was plncefi in the vnult In Prospect cemetery. The leinalns were accompanied hero bv the wife nnd two daughters of the de ceased and Itohert Aptiletnn nnd son -Mr. and Mr. Fi ink Perkins of Hnlyoke, Moss., or, i-liiinr bU uncle. George Perkins. Miss Anna Klngsman gave h recital il the Methodist Chinch In Mnnl.tnn Wodnciliiv evening -Walter Mlddlehrook of West Berlin spent Sun day with Id- paienls Mr. nnd Mrs. T. C. Midtlle'ii oek. -Harry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clin topber Ynttaw nf this elM. -mil Ml-s Mni L.iPlnnto or Rutland Were nunrieil In tin Rev. L A Vezlnn Monday nt St. Peter's Church Mr. and Mrs. Valtiw left on the noon titer for their wedding trip. Arthur Lawrence and Cath.rlne Florence Bolin sky were married Monday morning at St. Petn's Church by the Rev. U A. Vesdn-.i. The best man was Henry Ilrnnks antl the bridesmaid was Miss Jessie ltiveis. Mr. and Mis. Lawrence left on the southbound train for their wedding tlip. Alexander Bennett and Margaret, elde.-t dauglitci of Mr. and Mrs John Nolseux. were married at St. Peter's Church Mon day morning by the lie. L. A. Vezlna. The witness! s wii. John Nolseux and CENTRAL VERMONT RAILWAY Tit H.NS w i: ut iti.iMiTo.v, 4:05 Dally. Kxpress for Mon and Chicago. a. ni. treul 7:20 a. m. Week days. Mall for Boston, Worcester and Spring field. a m Week days. Local for Cnmhrldgn Junction and St. 7:25 Johnsbury. 10 '01 a. 111. SuT"la's only. Passen ger train for St. Albans. 10:05 a. m. Won' l1ays. Local for Monti ca I. 10 '57 a. 111. Dally Now lingland States Limited express for Boston. Worcester. Spring field nnd New York. Week days for Now London 4:40 4:50 G:45 11. 111. ork days. Iocal for Montpeller and White River Junction, nDo Rlehford, Rouses Point and Monti eai. T 111. "!",: (1ays. l.oenl for CamLridge Juie tion ami St. Johnsbury. ID TXl 1'au.v. c.prc-H ior .ouii- treai nnti nirivm. 45 P. ni. Sl,ndavs only Local for 6: White itiver .iiinciion. 11 '00 X). 111. I1,l"y' express for Ros t'on, Worcester, Springfield and New York. Week dnys for New London. TRAINS A It It I VU IirilMNGTO.V. K'Ofl n. 111. Dull" --Kvpress from Boston nrd New York. 8'15 a. 111. r'p,c days. Mail from St. Albans and Cambridge Junction. 10:40 a. TO. '", days. Local from St Johnsbury. 10:45 a. 111. 'CP'i dnys. Local from Whlio River Junction nnd Montpeller. 10:52 a. m. Sunday only. Pnssen- ger train from Whlto River Junction. 11:40 a. m. Dally. Rxprosa from Chha'go ami Montrenl. 5:35 P. 1T1. v,'l'h davs. Mall from Montreal, Boston, Worcester nnd Springfield 7:30 r. ni. 1alIv- Fxpresi from Boston and Now York. 9:00 P. 111. Wok days. Local from Portland and St. Johmmury. 11:45 P. Tl. really. Kxpi-es.s from Chicago and Montreal. ror Sale. 121 acres, good buildings, running wntor, wood and tlmbe;-, prlco Jl.ono: 100 acres with comforV n'dc buildings, right mar village, prlco SI 00, ih ics with guod bulbl InKS anil r water, wood, timber and sugar on hard, t"ols and stock, prlco JA000, M ncrcs with l.uililliigH, nip ping v.'ttr. oil kind" fruit, price ,t00. Wllto McGIN.MX lilUI. IM'tTI!, fl. llsse.x .liuietlmi. MEW Unit be llinlllliit ni-rvcs by Inking Into lliosii llnil NurvTons Tablets Tho host Nerve stimulant -Mo had nfter efoets No habit formlnR drugs. Free Medical Advice from regular prac ticing Physician. $1.00 per bottle post paid, and guaranteed. ADAMS DRUG CO., Ml"g. ChemlnU, Dept. M, Ilnickton, J 5,wJl Umirai Ivnllee.-Tho lipworth League will meet Friday evening at the home of ,Mr. and Mrs. C. 'J'. S. Pierce. Tho condi tion of Miss Ktllth Mlddlehrook remains unchanged. Mrs. George Burroughs Is III. A number ot tho neighbors friends of S. Harry Burroughs gave him a sur prise at lih homo Monday evening, the occasion being ills list birthday. "In Funland" and "Tho Rose of Cas tile," a musical comedy, wero very credi tably staged before u crowded house by local Inlent Tuesday evening at tho opera house under tho auspices of St. Petor's Church. There weto 4I persons who tool: part In the entertainment and six spec tncular drills were Introduced. Much cicdlt Is ylue the Rev. L. A. Venltin, who drilled tbu company for tho pleasant nnd successful entertainment. During tho evening Donald Miner nf Brandon sang a solo. News lias bten received hero of tho death of William Ranyea of Lebanon, N. H., yestenkiy morning. Mr. lianyca was a fanner resident of Vergennes and was employed as a clerk In the store of the late ". K. Haven. Tho body will bo brought here this evening and the fu neral service held nt St. Peter's Church Friday morning. Jack Rivers returned eHlrrday to Burlington nfter a visit to Ills grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John J. Barnard. Mrs. W. R. Warner, Mrs. R. L. Klngsland nnd daiightor, Grace, visited In Purllngtoti yesterday. Mrs. Georgo Glllett luta icturncd to Grand Die after n visit io her parent!!, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Bar nard. Tho city report for tho past year shows the expenses of the city ns follows: For city poor, $1,210.27; police end Jail, 1105 ill; fire denartrncnt, $311.tXi, water depaitment, $K(S;.r,S; Mdcwalks, $1. r.r.2.S"; bridge deportment, $l.!fl: sew ers, JI27.C3; highways, $1,100.32, this amount Includes crushed stone on hand amount ing to t2V, special road construction, $2,7SI.7C; pnrk, fffi.lO; street lights, $1,291.0(1; city hall, SW.O.'A; Incidental accounts, Jfi3.4S; rent received from city hall, SVt). BSISTOL. Judgo C. S. liana of Now Hnven linn boon engaged to deliver tho ndilre ., Memorial day before W. C. Dtthton Post, n. A. It Mr. und Mis. A. K. Grow are nt homo from n visit of several dayii In Charlotte. Mr. and Mrs. Q. K. Grover of Huntington Center wore In town Saturday. 11. L. Pnrmleo is falling. The board nf civil authority will meet In the town clerk's) office Saturday evening for a revision of the chick llsttt and tho appointment of bal lot clerks. Wayne Bosworth was at home from Mlddlenury College over) from Poultney Sunday. -Miss Lnnlie Cady of Mlddlehui".- was a Kiiest of Mrs. Woltei Wilght Sntiirdav and Sunilin The remains of Mis. (in i Butt, wire of K It Monroe, were brni'ght here from Burlington Saturday night and taken to (he home nf her brother, John Burt. She was a former resident of this town, and Is siiivlved bv her husband and the children. The funeinl was held at the Methodist Church Tuesday at two o'clock. -Mr -md Mrs. Klmer Bennett nnd daughter of New Haven were guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. B. J. Clark Sunday. Mr. and Mrs Arthur Jacobs antl daughter of Xew Raven wcrp guests of Mr. n nil Mrs. K. L. Sherwln Sunday. B. J. Clark whs at home from Yergennes oor Sunday. Minx Th.-o I -her Is at home from a visit of several days in Mlddlehury. Mrs. Jennette Buniuin of Motikton Is vl.slllng relatives hi town. The bmlv of the infant child of Mr. und Mrs. Fre.l St. George was buried Mun da. Kdwavl Casey of Norwood, N. Y., N visiting iol.itl.es here Mr and Mjs. Frank Plain ar.-. it hoinofroni Rut Hus ton. Mis. iMIth M' mil Harold Bing ham were Burlington visitor" Saturday Mrs. Butler died nt the home of lu r daughter. Mrs-. Jnmrs Dillon, Saturday night alter an Illness of -eer.tl months Tho f uncial was held Mondnv morning at St. Ambrose's church, the Kev. D. I: t'offey olllelatlng. The Interment w.is In Vergi-nnes. Tho funeral of Mrs. S. It. Monroe was held at 'the Methodist Church Tuesday nf lot norm. Tho Itnv. 1'.. It. Si ono otllclnti'tl. The beareis wero Walter Wright, A. T3. Grow, T. C. V'urnoy and Lewis Iupee. The Inter ment was In the family lot In Green wood cemetery. Mrs. L. '. Chaplit i.nd daughter, Mildred, vlslteil in Monktor. oer Sinday. .Miss Jo.slo Monroe of Braiulon was at homo to at tend the funeral of her aunt, Mrs. S. It. .Monroe.- G. W. Cm kins Is at homo from M'vrnl day;. in Burllngion. S. M. Con' reports the mor.ilng tem periituie for February as follows: High est, 3fi decrees; lowest, 15 blow icro; rveruFO, 15 defrccs; Ut year, 10.19 de crees; noon average. 21.10, last nar, 2C.W; rainfall, .IS Inches; Inst year, .75: snow fall, 23 inclie; last year, 10 Inches; north wind 14 days, south 7: vailublo, 7; cles,r days, 8; partly clear, 31; cloudy, i; highest point reached, 60 degrees; snowfall up to February 'T. inches; hluheit wind velocity, 40 miles nu hour, 'leli.w r.eru, six mornings In the month Theodore BoofkH and Fainlly, who were turned out recently, have moved Into the heu-e purchased of John Boosk.i. The ih.; hu.k dub vs. Ill mutt wltii Mrs. W. W. U'lls.m Msrch 3. --Mrs. Surah Dumas has been culled to charlotte by the lllnoss of r, relative -Mrs. Frank Alwood and two children of Burlington tiro guesu of Mrs. 1311a Dana and Mrs. Sarah Atwood - II. M. Gleason and family have moveil hern from Westford. -Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wrieht visited in We bridge nterday. Mr. and Mrs. it. C. Martin nr. occupying the upper t'ui'tin ten. n.enl on Mountain avenue. Mr and Mrs. l. C David ot Schenectady, N. V., Mr-'. Harmon Flem ing and Gay lord Fleming nf Huntington were in town Wednesday to uttend the funcrnl of Mrs. S. K. Monroe. John Boo- ska has moved to a fnrm In Addison. J. !'. ami C. II. Bertley or crniies wor in town Wednisil.iy. WIIITINC. The home of Mr. antl Mrs. Frank Woos ter was the scene of a tpilet weikling ''ebruary 22. when their daughter. Neillo, was inariled to IJliner Wrmht of Wey brldge Only near relatives weie ples ent. The play, "Fnclo llu'ne." whb i was lllven by the Urungo last Fnduy evening, was a aiicruts and they hate been In vlti't) to givij It I,, urwoll Frhla Mr. and Mis. I -J I, Wright ot iiybl idge uire gtiesls Tui'iluy of her tiaiont", .Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wi osier. MONKTON. lon Dunlin)' nnd Rox Green vvre In Burlington Tiiobday and Wodnosd.iy. Mm. Jeannotio Bnriiuin Is spending a few daH In Bristol. Mr. nml Mm. ,1. u. ColllnH we.-e lu et- ivuiin& Satiirdtiy. Mr. and Mrs. !,. O. Cliupln and daughter, Mildred, ot Bils- tut Mslit-tl at U L. Mesch's Hunilay.-The "Ulcers, drill team and mveral members of lTornna Giiiukh vIhUo-I Sturkboru Giatme I'Vldav evening und nxempllllud the third and fourth degrees. --Minx Loin Divui of Nurth Forrliduirg has been eiieel of Myrl Meoeh Hie pas', woek. Mrs. c. Donahuo has linen spending a few days In Starksboro.-Bun Coundock has eoinmeii,..s work lor D. 13. Mei-ch and Bun c..iilimi.,. fr k IMlint r -li C iee, wl,, hut been uii Id lth rhen matlsin Is con IiIimlmI u Mtlle moro com foriablc- Mist Kathleen Cone to'k, Myrlo Meech and Beatrico llnrlier wero In l'or NMiurg Feb. 22,-Mlsa Anna Ring- , loan of Ferrlsburg gavo n recital Wednesday evening, March 1, at tho Methodist Church at the Boro under the auspices of the Ladles' Aid. Tho orchestra furnished muslo and refreshments wero served nt tho closo In tho hall bclow. F. N. Barber gavo a social dance in the I Woodmen hall last week Wcdnesduy.-D. J P. MeEnteo la confined to tno nouso oy Illness. CORNWALL. Miss Bculnli Jl. Saiiford, wlio lias lienn ..i.,uin,r her liarcnts, Mr. and Mrs, It. 13. .Saiiford, returned Saturday to her school work nt Ilvcrctl, Mas3. tho winter tenn of schools In town with one exception have closed. Tho Mary Baker Allen Chapter, D. A. R.. gave a colonial recep tion Wednesday Feb. 22 ill the residence of Mr. and Mis. II. 13. Saiiford. -Miss Lonnit Chatterton returned Saturday to Rutland nfter a week's visit at A- J. Field's. FERRISBURG. Tho entertainment club social, which wna to bo hold March ), has been post poned indefinitely. Mahlon Kingman Is i;i. The ladles of tho Kpworth Leaguo will serve refreshments at tlio town ball on town meeting day. LINCOLN. Mr. nnd Mrx. John Hamilton went to Salisbury Tuesday to attend the funeral of Luther Slow. Wnllaco Sa'Tent has bought the farm which was owned by A. 1. Morgan.--Al'en I.te, who jhderwent an oionitlon at. the Mary Flctchjr hospital hift week, In gaining as fast as could bo expected. Miss Gettrude. Turner has gone to the I'lttsford raultorum for a. short tlmo.-Tho Rev. J. T. Hill spoke In tin Methodist Church Sunday In the ab sence of tho pnstor, who Is 111. There was h pood nnumber st the dnnatlm for tho Rev. Mr. Fanford Friday ovenlng.- Our lUn antl Lulu Whlttirr of Hancock aro visiting friends In town.-Henry Stondmnn hits moved his family from the Ira Htew nrt faim to what Is known as the Carl Atklnr plare In the Center. Miss Greta Gove is- visiting her mint in Rutland. S.ALISEURY. A Inigo number of citizens attend ed the funeral of L. K. Stowe at F.ast i Mlddlobury Mmday afternoon. The j Itnv. Mr. Heller mode tod. assisted bv , the Rev Mr. Ilnllowell. A ruar.tc 1 from the Congregational Church ren- dered two selections - Mr and M llll MaeMurmv wont to their row home I Irt Mc hanlrsvlllo Wednesday. Ar i tl'tir Bump, who Is III, icmnlnn about' t ht same -- Carl Nove.s Is the new l.uttermaker at the creamery, Mr. Nelson having retired. Mrs. K 13 Stowe will vtsit n't the homo of Mr. La Frnncln for n few weeks, nfter which she expects to visit In Massa chusetts. Fred Fills, who has been idrk, Is able to ho out ngaln and ex p cts soon to start his wood saw. NORTH FERRISBURG. There was a social tlnneo at Allen ! hnll Tuesday entng given by Frank ! Lewis and friends -CharleH Mall u 1 I still conflnod to his room by Illness ! but Is quite comfoi table Miss Alma j Wobb, who has been 111 nil winter. ,'i I slowly gnlnlnt- In health and strength Miss Jennie Martin ha.i relumed to Vorgcnnes nfter a few daws' illness 1 nt her homo. The Mlses Mary and 1 Abide Dakln entertained a large par- j ty at 'ihelr home Fild.iv evening Whin nnd music furnished entertain- , ment.--Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Martin attended the funcrnl nf her ousln. 3.1lss Marietta Williams, at Cliatlotto 1 nesday morning STARKSBORO. Mr. and Mrs John DIk are the paients of a daughter, born February 23. Tho Christian Cultuie club will meet March 9 with Madge Ktldy Sublect, "Lives of Musical Composers "Friday night was observed b the Grange us neighbors' night, Florona Grangi' of Monkto-i being the visiting grange. About 4." of their ineinbti s were present. The visiting Hrange confeirttl the third and fourth de crees assisted by their drill ttam, wha h ranks second In the State. Their or chestra also rendered several selections. The next sranuo meeting will be Manh 1". It will he nbs,jjo. as gentlemen's night, tiny furnishing boih the rnter tnlnment and suppcr.- i'lintnn Smith has recently purcliased the farm owned bv his brother, Flovtl Smith, md will take possesion t oin c. Mr. and Mrs Smith have bren living in Ma-saehusctiM nbout a year. Mrs. 1-3. J. Tucker foiling. -Mrs. C. leader Is better.-J. W, Cutter is 111. Almon Norton rimnlnH about tho same. Mrs. 1311a Clifford Is gaining. Mrs. Loulso Biokfortl 1b still confined to the house. Alton Lafnyctte has returned from .Mlddlehury and bofi'in work for Isaac Hums - Mrs. Fanny H'.ilett Is visit ing in Walllngfuid nnd 1 mntiy. Miss Vid.i KUlson Is visiting relatives In Burling ton. Mrs. Svlvla Brown, who recently underwent nn operation lit the Mart letc'ner hospital at Burl'ngtoii, Is re ported ns doing well. Miss Kntle Hartnuy of Bristol hi the guet of Mi. Frank Hanson. -Mrs Abblo Cutler of Pl.ilntiold and Mrs. I.idn .Mlnnrd of Last Bane are visiting their brother, Gene Mlmlin. WEYRRIDGE. II. A. Clark und C. M. Barker attended the funeral of their touglii, Luther Stowe. at F.ist Mlddlebuiy Mninlay - Dlntrlct Stlpcilnlolidtut Dow pro.iched Sunday morning and evening nt the Methodl-' Church. Mrs Mm y Kprague of I'unton was the gueft of Mrs. J. S. Shaw Sundiiy.- The l.aiiles' Aid of the Metho dist society mat with Mrs. Y. W. Kihsslaiid on Wednesday. The ladles Mill furnish dinner at the town hall town nitetlng day. Miss Maysel Doolan was ni home over Sundav Klmer Wrluht was iimriitd hint week to Miss Nellie Vootei- of Whiting ORWELL. ltollln Drown Is ahle In sit nn Itnv rook Is impnnliig. Mr.-. T. II. Wright of Tli'imilei.ign, N. v., vlit,, hi.' .-ist. r, Mrs. il. D. Ilraiiih. the first ,,f in,. ,.nii The V,Mniens ilimen Krldnv i veiling was well ttttmitleil. K0m lnl ,11,,,! iHtuidiiy evening jij his Tilth year. The li.neinl was hold at St. l'.mi'. m 1. Tiirsdny morning, Kehnuiiy ss.-M.utln I nlilon of Tleontltiroca. N, Y.. snrnt Hun. d.i, at Jundgo llrnnoh'H.H. I, Ktev,.,iu has leiueil ids farm lo It l. CooUliv ilf Hhulhurne.-Timothy l.aDue ninveu in in.. HrlnG In ti e Keteh.mi faun In Sudhurv. t1. II. riielns has hcen in lalr llnven for soine days with his Miter, Mrs, Adnms.- Kreil MelCntlre, who was mar. ih'il a few dttvs ago to Mlsi Oraeii i'at teiHon ot rutnnni, X. Y., has rtiturned home nnd fommeneeil housekeeping. 1, r Walker, who has heen rnnflned to tlie hnti'-e fur two weeks, la ahlo to ride out ADDISON. Mr. and Mrs liurllmfton lu-t Iner' mi in, III Him 'ii w.Jli Mi tieiirno Thomiis wero In week to attend tho far 1 Mrtlielli' Mnrfhiill was , in ivl 1 he annual cuke 1 ,1 m r, of the Btute ThsW.G. Reynold Carpets Fumiturt Linens Pianos Don't Forget This Special Cliray Cur tain Sale. 325 prs. Everyone a New Spring Pattern A manufacturer's entire surplus stock at prices averaging fully 33 1-3 per cent, less than regular. The lace and insertion used as trimming for these curtains is genuine linen cluny. All are tape back with body of real cable net. The first day's selling has been very brisk yet assortments are still ample to supply every demand. Buy Cluny Curtains To-day, Friday & Saturday and save one-third on your curtain bill. What We Advertise We Have If you should buy and be dissat isfied, for any reason whatever, bring back your purchase and get your money. . G. AGENTS FOR GLENWOOD STOVES Ethool of Veraunnet, is bpentllng tho week with her p.iri'Uts Mr nnd Mrs. H t' Palmer. Mn.. David Miller Is ill. Tlie Datlles' Aid met Thursday tosew for rome poor families. William Ilateh, who has heen on the Nounan farm tho past year, has moved to West I'anton, John llooskl nf Hrlstol Is moving to the Noon itn farm. Arthur Adams was the guest of friends In Pantnn Sunday - Ml.-s Annette William'- of Wor-oe.-ter, Xew York, Is the guest of 1. pltur. Mrs. Ilayw.ird Marshall Thu friend-, of ITrwin V. Uully will h plenvd tc know of ld promotion to the olflee of sud'lor at tlie customs 1101111 In rturllng tmi Ml. Hulley was an Addl-on bov but fur the paoi i'J years has been locjttrd at Itlnhford in the custom hou.e huslneni (IcorgM Puiiiam was with his parents Sunday.- Mr nnd Mrs. W. II. Noonan have retunu.d ft 0111 their wedding trip. HANCOCK. Zernh Kllsworth died robruary 21 after an Illness of several monthB, nt tlie home of Azio Martin, where he has heen for about two years Service" wure held at tho houso. Tho Rev. Hourno officiated. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Manning were In Warren the flr-st of tlie week to see her slstrr. Mrs. Mabel Klllot, who Is ery ill. till i V Brown is home from ills work In Rochester fot a few davs. Mrs Tr Hlchardton antl son, Georfie, went Satur day to their new tmnio In Massachusetts. The doctor will follow as soon a, his pa tients mil permit. (Mrs. O. It. Church is confined to the houuu with rheuma- tlsm EOUTH STARKSBORO. Stephtn Young of Port Chester, N V., Is visiting ht mother, Mrs. Mary Young, trullifi. Walter and liobert, und other relatives. -Wiilter Atkins ami family of Lincoln were guests Sunday of tin Ir mo her. Mm Addle Atkins. Karl Siples U visiting his ti'ier und oilier relatives in Lincoln. The many friends nf Mrs D. II. Hrvls Rfive her a l-ostal shower rebruary S.'. her Tuth lilrthdny. SHORSHAM. Lawrence Dewttte antl Mrs Peck of Cornwall were married last Wednesday nt tho parsonage by tho Kev. Charles Vnllle. Frank Hoyetto and family are moving to the four corners to the fnnn owned by Arthur Karnham. known ns the Uruce Wright home. Mrs. John I Jones entrrtnlned tho Moravian el 11b Tuesday afternton. Tlie Kev. P J. I-ong of Proctor ga his lecture "Vermont," In Academy hall MoniHv evening under the auspices of St. (lenevlevo Chiirrh. A fair sized audience attended. W II. Dir chard, who has had a severe attack of the grip, has so far lecovered as to ride out BRIDPORT. A play entitled 'lMwiirtls, The Spy.1 will bo givon by tho local grangn in tho near future. Julius Lowell has recover ed from his attack of grip. -William Chamberlain ha left the store of .1. II. I'lntchor. Hoy Hltighnm and family of Cornwall, recently visited his uunt, Mrs K. U Minor. It. I' Powers Is In 111 health. Mr. nnd Mrs 1'irnest Klvers of Char lolto, weru recent uuesls nt K. P KH tliorp's. Itolatlvcs from hore attonded tho funeral of Myron Norton at Hurling ton Haturdny. Miss Alice Pierce of Mld dlehury was a recent visitor here. Mrs. Charles Klley Is mufforlng with rheumatism.-Mr. nnd Mr- fl P Wohtitt re tontly onterta.ned Mr and Mis Kd ward Kelley of Three Daks, Mich, sGo Reynold I Harry Illnghain, gues' of 1 1 K W'i I ami. has returned to his home at Ash I Mass CALED0NSA HARD WICK. Homer Calkins has finished work 1 the Martell lunch cart and is drivl- a truck team for 11. Goodrlcl -S u ! nr Darling of Hurllngton was the 1; t of his parents Sunday. The Pnrton ' I tnun played the Hardwlck Athelt1 a - ! i letlon team at the gvmnatdutn Su1 'I I idclit and were defeated 1& 10 V -M 1 I Uessle Alusworth of Plattshurgh, N 1 Is visiting in lown. -fcrmaii Liu-a'ier ai found dead In bed I'rldny niornii g 1 tlie home of fiolva Ch.ise, whir" In 1 working. He had been In his UMal ri t.ntll the night before, when In . n, plained of not feeling well. Miss l'en 1 Merrill was a visitor at the home of 1 Darling Sunday. Arthur Wheeler Is v Ing his parents, Mr. and Mr O B Wheeler. Miss Until .lolim-im of Hollows I-'ali-rMllng hrr sister. Mrs C. It. J W'nrri A son was born to Mr. und Mrs Wa-i 1 Alwood tYldnv, Fobrunrv . -Per the young won of Mr and Mr- ( lies t I'remo, died hudtleuly l-Vhruir daughter wn.s born to Mr and Mrs V 1 Win Maxwell Pebmary VI In munlcl- i court Monday William W'nEner plead J guilty lo a first offence of Intoxication Mid was lined J10.M. which he r,,ld 'r i ease of O 1 (lllerla was contlmird J , , LeKiiw and William Wallace wer. brong t before the court, charged with ,nt, x t tion They pleaded not gul'iv ,'n,l was lined at $."e fur their appeal's ce n Monihij -Mtfs llorence Whit om! ' ltoston. Mass , was a visitor Ir tov Monday and Tuesday The Italu n p- 1 will give n mrus(ueritde dnni-f .it t Pons of Veterans hall Paturda . cr Pour couples from here att" let! t commander ball at Morrlsllh' Mt ' nlsht.-AIr. and Mrs. Ernest Palg 1 MorrlsvIUe were visitors In 'own M Da day. Miss Matlallne McCuen of ,lohnon wl' hit been ihe guest of her t-l-tir Mrs 11. U Welch, returneii home 'I m i The Catholh' -oclet held a ..ii.l i at the homo of l-Mwanl (lalhigber Mo day evening. Tlie Wootlbiirv cruri eompany are making evtimsH,' re- i at their electric station and putting slderable new machliu'rv in Mi- P mini U. HrK'ham died Holiday M.ln ' the Iionie of her tlnughtor, Mr f u 1, Infaw, on Highland nenut after at " iicb of a year and a half. Mr- r ! liam, who wna held In high esteem all who knew her, wns fi" years ol 1 ai I was a charter member of tho Congrn',n tlonal Church, Bhe Is survtvetl by foi r daugliters, Stella of llellngham, Maui Nettle of Medford, Mass , Mary of Tro Kva of Hardwlck and imo son I.il a of Troy - Mr and Mrs. C. A. Rockwell (Cimllnurd 011 p.ige :t, 1 RECEPTION CALLING AND CARD5 1 PRINTING I BINDING FttH PRESS PMHT rrTIT .M A nn s it 1 ill 1 11 ' 1V 1 1