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of Bollnghnm, Mass., were called here
by tho death of Mrs. Rockwell's mother,
Urn. I'hlllman nrlghntn. People's Acad
imy and Hardwick Independents played
basket hall nt the gymnasium Tuosdny
ivenlng, The score was 11 to 10 In favor
if Hard wick.
The annual reports of the various town
olllcers are printed and ready for
attribution and voters may hnvo copies
bv caking at the town clerk's ollke.
Figures from the auditors' icport are as
follows: The overseer's report shows the!
cost of the poor, Interest on Binonnt In
vested In the town farm, and overseers
salary to be J1.IW.22; tin; snmo in 1910.
was $.OI0.30. Overseer's orders re
maining unpnld 1011, $3,222.07; 1010. $3,
C37.G9. Selectmen's report, umonnt of or
ders drawn on treasury to I'ebrimry 1.1,
fll,793.SS; 1310 report, $1I,M2.71. Orders re
maining unpaid 1911, $3ri,S07.16; 1910 leport,
$32 !3.70. Bond commissioner's account
shows nn expenditure of SJ.C9I.15: 1310 re
port, t4.Kil.4i,. Orders unpaid 1911, $11:
orders unpaid 1910 report, $141.75. Town
school director's account expenditures,
liill report, JI.M4.26; 1910 report. .V.2I.".10.
This year s report shows no orders re
maining unpaid for this department, while
tho 1910 report shows J935.S7 In unpaid
orders. The town clerk paid to the
treasurer In 1911 report for 2S3 don licenses,
$203.70, 1910 report, 253 licenses J2-S7.70. Tho
trustee for the I'nlted States fund has a
note for $10,420.1!:. In WlnoosM municipal
court to l'ebrunry 1 theie were 72
prosecutions. In f0 cases the respondents
were convicted itnd In 12 they were dis
charged. Finos and costs amounting to
lG5f..S2 were paid lo tho treasurer. In 13
rases the respondents were committed,
and In two cases lines and costs are In
process of collection. Costs amounting to
M2.1.MI have been drawn from tho
treasury and paid to the persons entitled
thereto. Accounts of the town treasurer
t-how cash oiMiand February 11, 1910, ns
$3,S79C7; received from nil sources, $2S,
7(51.00, totaling. M2.C43.73. The report for
1910, shows a total or J33.MO.00. Disburse
ments for 1011 amount to $20,122.19, while
in 1910 disbursements amounted to $J9.
9.11 23. Cash In treasury February, 1911,
$0,511.54, compared with $3,S7!U In 1010.
Tho 1011 report show liabilities to bo
$-'1,196.45, while the 1910 report shows SIS,
839.13. The ossets In 1011 report are $14,
721 77, while 111 1910 report shows $13,009.11.
The present debt of the town to Ihj pro
vided by a town tax Is $36,173.6$, compared
with 1010 report or $35,770.02. Tho esti
mates in this year's report are $11,431.03,
and Ifist year were 14,220.13. The sdect
nen recommended a tax of SO cents, 10
-puts of which they recommend to pay
part of the town debt.
Joseph Mongoon died at his home nt
two o'clock yesterday afternoon of old
atrc Mr Mongeon was In his 7Sth year
and although he had not been In the
best of health for several weeks ho had
been around as usual up to two days ago
when he took to his bed. Ills wife died
three weeks ago last night. Mr. Monsoon
was born In Verchcrre, P. Q., and when
IS years old moved to this place where
he had always made his home, with the
exception of a few years spent In Jorlcho
whole he learned the blacksmith trado.
He Is survived by four brothers, Kdmond,
p. William and Fred Mongeon, nil of
this place, rind throe sisters, Mrs. AKnes
I'reaey, Mrs. Louis Duprat of Burllng
lo'i and Mrs. Arthur Danscreau of St.
Albam. He also lc-nvps six brothers,
Thomas, Jerry, Alphonsp, Pnul, Oliver,
nil of this place, and Frank Mongeon of
Anson, Me. Tho funeral will probably
bo held at St- Francis Xavlcr Church
Hat'irday morning.
Mrs. Fdward Dashnaw of West street
celebrated her 09th birthday Tuesday
night, surrounded by six children nnd
24 grandchildren. Gaines, cards and re
fieshrr.ents helped to make the PVPnlng
on enjoyable one.
The N. K. O. P. organized a new
lodKc, C amel's Hump. In K. P. hall Feb.
'2. when the following officers were
lected; D W. It. Iaviolctte, warden;
l C Davis, vire-warilen; Mrs, I!. K.
..'randnl, past warden; Mrs P. C. Davis,
chaplain, Mrs. S, O. Squires, recordliiK
lecretnry. 11. B. Crandel. financinl sei
etary; 11. W. Fhh, treasurer; H. L.
Ftesselt, Kunrd; Hush Holmes, sentinel;
leoi-Rc Harney, Kunrdlan; W. T. Tllley,
w Thomas nml C. H. Andrews, trus
r es About 25 members from Mansfield
i i of Waterbury were present, and
Mill ed the decrees. After the work, ro
' btmnts were terved nnd musle was
'ur bed for danclnK. There was u uoo.l
t'finl ncc at tho dance given by the I
i i). !. last evening. An orchestra from
w fi buiy furnlslud music The Hev. I
I Tr. .it lett Thursday for CloveUin 1
( ! . ailed their by tho death or her
ii i er -Miss Josephine Fay was In Hur
e .it Thursday to attend the Head
t weddlnn. Mrs. J. D. Hanks Is
i i.k In HuntlnRton. Mrs. M. J. Johns
f ii r'iniiton is In town. Miss Helen
Km. jail hps returned from u week'is
'U v with friends In Willi finstown.
Jefferson lir.vant, one of tho oldest
rlt ins. died Tuesdny noon at tho
he im of his son, Illmer. nKed 91 years
1 'ii i nil will be held this nf-
tnrnii'Hi Miss Lottie, Vnrnoy. who has
been isltliiK her sister. Mrs. J. W
Lorry, has returned to ISurllnKton.-
Mrs. I II. riooilwln entertained thv. AU
li '"i.id lub at her home Tuesday
The vmiin,' son of Mr. and Mrs.
Pumns O'Neill w"th seriously burned
-'aturdiiy by fallluK Into a pall of hot
water -Joseph Lawrence, Jr., son of
Mr nnd Mrs. (labrlel Lawrence, nnd
Miss Llzzlo Kllpoch wore married Tiles
lay morning at tho Church of Our
Lady of tho Holy Itosary by the Hov
A P Claromont.
Joseph DoiiRlnss died at his homo In
Milton Center Thursday of heart fall-
ure passim? away uuletly slttlni; In his
hair conversliiK with tho family. Tho
f neral was held at the Congregational
Churrli In Milton Saturday In chnrno
nf tho Ci. A. II. of which ho was a mom
bf r
The funeral of Joseph DouRlass was
held nt the ConKroKiitloiinl Ohurcn
Saturday at twulvn o'clock, thn Itov
M II Ilenlck olIlelatlriB, with the In
terment In tho village cemetery, Mi
DoukUiss beloiiKod to tho fl. A. H.
members of that order attending In i
body, and tho benrors wero seloctod
from It. He leaves a wlfo nnd four
rons, Uonry, Alfred and Oooriro of thl
place nnd William of Berlin, N, II
nnd two married dniifthters who llvo
In Kaiwns City.- Tho funornl of Leroy
Bando; -on, ono of tho old residents.
wan held at tho homo of hla son-ln
law, Wlll.ird Sunder ion, Hundny at
1 00 p. in. Mr. Snnderson was nonrly
S years old nml had been remarkably
pnertrotlr until within nbou'l two
fionths. ll'o loaves two sons, Dr. C
II. Sanderson nt'd Hnrnce, nnd n dnufrh-
tor. Mth. Wlllnrd Sanderson. Tim In-
torment was In the family lot In Uio
vlllngo rcmolcry. The Hov. F. Jim-
vler was the olllclntliur clcrgytnuii.. I
Charles King Is visiting In Nnsjhun,
lloston nnd Sprlngllcld. Joslyn, tho
little son of Mr. and Mis. George Win
chester, Is n llt'do hotter. flrnnt
l'ro-tlss Is to mnvo to George Tay
lor's place, vacated by Lucius Qtllrcll.
Arthur Mnntoll, Jr., Is to mnvo to
tho Smith farm
In Burlington. Ar- !
thur Mnntoll, Sr., has taken r.lmrirn
f I
his own fnrm nnd Kdwnrd La Tullppu
will work fr him. Miss Electa ling- !
crs, who Is 111 with pnoutnonln, l.
somewhat hotter. Abou't 50 couples
nttended at the 1. O, O. F. ball Frldnv
evening. Fred Lewis Is to carry on ,
Horace Sntidetsnn's farm this year. .
The Ladles' Aid nt tho .Methodist ,
Church served supper nt tho veil- '
try on Wednesday evening. C. I'. '
Snndersoii hnd a had spell Sunday
but Is somewhat Improved. Mr. nnd
Lcroy Sanderson were call" 1
wniic in niicuu too Mineral oi jus
Leroy H. Sanderson of Mllloii .xw'.
vn I. Nichols of Essex were united In
marriage Wednesday February 22 by the
lev. 1. M. Compton at the llnptlst pir-
sonago In tho vlllnKC.
Albert I'rntt. mall carrier botweon
hero and Westford, married In North
ampton, Mass., Feb. 21 Miss MarRaret
Tohln of that city. Mr. and Mrs. Pratt
will reside at his home nt Hsrex Cen
Mr. and Mrs. Horatio Head, who were
married lat Thursday and nro now on
their wedding trip, will rottlo nt lilt;
hits, N. Y.
Kleazar Taft Is out aMor nn illness of
several days.
Floyd Barnes Is moving from the dates j
tenement tn B. J. Parker s tenement on
Lincoln street. Mr. and Mrs. Chester
linrnes, who have occupied a part of thn
same tenement, hnvo also moved and will
boaid with Ills brothel, Floyd.
Georue I'.. Drury is still confined to the
house with the Kt'lp and Mr. Drury,
who was threatened with phe'imor.la, Is
not yet nble to l-nve her room.
K. J. Mullins. formerly employed In the
furniture toro of A. D. Douglas, but
for some time with T. 1!. WimVit, has
lesumed his position with Mr. DoiiKhi".
Mr. and Mrs. Cluy Nichols hnvo
moved to the Fletcher farm In West
ford. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. 11. Hunt hnvo
moved 'to Jeffersonvllle. where Mr.
Hunt has leased a crlst mill.
Mrs. Sarah Northrop has pono to
Newport to visit her daughter, Mrs.
Charles Loveland. '
Hollln dains of Battle Creek,
Mich., is spending a few days with
.Is cousin, Charles Mellrlde, and other
relatives In this vicinity.
The Ladles' Home Circle of tho
Methodist Church will meet with Mrs.
Vt H. Plnco Friday afternoon.
Tho funeral of Mrs. Dolly Ann Taft
was hold nt the cnurcli at tne north
lllngo Thursday afternoon nt ono
o'clock, the Hev. II I. Kemp olllcint
Ing. Mrs. Maud Falby sang three
si lections, with Mrs. Ida Johnson at
tho organ. The bearers wero rela
tives of tho deceased. Mrs. Annlo
Harris died at tho home of Ocoriro
Wnrron Thursday morning at tho .ad
vanced nge of S5. The funeral was
held at tho house Saturday afternoon
lit one o'clock, the Hev. II. 1. Kemp
odlclatlng. Miss fireta Norton sang
two selections. Charles Taft or Mont-
reller, Merrill Andrews of Berlin,
Walter Tnft and Mildred Tart or South
Starksboro were In town Thursday to
attend the funornl of .Mrs. Levi Taft.
John Andrews of Ilssex Junction W
visiting his son, Fred. Mrs. Ida Johns
of Burlington has been visiting at It.
P. Johns's. Mrs. cj. w. Brewster Is
vlsi'tlng her daughter. Mrs. Clara Nor
ton, In Burlington. F.dson Pierce has
been ill the pn-t week with neuralgia.
Mrs. J. D. Hanks of Richmond has
icen visiting nt I). F. Hunks's. Mr.
and Mrs. Lewis Liberty of Stowe are
visiting friends In town.
Dr. Spllltr will be at Jerome Carpenter's
March 3rd, at Fuller's Hotel March 4th.
Lawrence Oardner and son- Jesse, wero
called to Burlington the first of tho week
by the serious illness of their son and
brother, George tlardner, who Is at tho
Mnry Fletcher hospital. Thcro will bo a
supper nt the M. W. A. hall Friday even
ing for the benefit of the Hov. II. I.
Clarence Andrews has taken Henry
Brewster's farm for the coming year and
took possession March 1. 6. A. Rollins
went to tho Mary Fletcher hospital Mon
day for treatment. The MWes May and
I no. Hodges of Richmond visited nt
Georgo Rounds's Sunday. fieoi ge Gard
ner died at tho Mary Fletcher hospital
Tuesday after several weeks' Illness. Ho
leaves a father, mother, Mx brothers and
two sisters, The funeral will be held at
ti e church hero Thursday.
William D. Chesmnre died luo Filday
ivenlng at his home In this village after
a few months of falling health Horn stom
ach trouble. A few years ago he married
Mrs. Anna McMnhon, who surlves him
witli two young children, Wilbur and
Cathuiue. Ho Is also survived by his
mother, Mrs. Fallnda Thorp, and by a
IrotluT ntd sisu r, Allen ('hesuio,-,. or this
i"ii "'i "" aeunie jipoi oi wnieiouiy,
tonn. .Mr. hesmoro would have been . wih kidney trouble. 11. W. Henry and
cnrs old in May. He was horn in , T. ,1. M.igullo havo been ai pointed com
Brushton, N. V. The funeral was held j mtssloneis in tho estate or H. W. Funis,
at the Catholic Church In I'mlei hill CVn- -Mrs. J. A. Campbell is critically 111.
ler Tuesday morning but th burial was 1 The runeral of Mrs. Sullivan ..r c.,..,-
bero In tho village i emetery. Mrs.
Belle Parsons Is ill. Miss R..cy closed
her term of school In Nashvllhi Friday
and has gone to her homo In Jefferson
vllle. She recently suffered a serious In
jury to her knee from a fall on the Ico
nnd Is nblo to get about with dlllleulty.
About 75 attended the supper nt tho Con
gregational Church Friday evening.
U. J. Yandow expects to inov .March
1 rrom the llosea Wright farm, whero ho
lias been for threu years, to Wllllslim.
Miss Addle Yandow will remain nt Mr.
Ilehert's until school closos In June.
Miss Luna Gleuson, who has been at
P. P. Perclval's for a few wi eks, has
returned to bur homo. Hailow Ponigo
went Feb. 2. to Shelbiirno to visit his
brother, Lovell Perrlgo. Mrs. J. T. Var -
r'v Is Biliously 111 with tho grlp.-Mrs.
Mary Day Is visiting Mrs. llnwley Booth-
er.B. 11, Day Is conlliied to the houso
by Illness. -M. A. Bullock and father,
P, K. Bullock, who have bum visiting
m Canada for ten nays, are ai iiomn.
Hammond Sinclair Is helping Wllllum
Hunt move to Jeffersonvllle'. Thn condi
tion or Georgo Wells, who has been III
In New York of pneumonia, is reported
Improved, Mrs. H. B, Wells, hU mother,
Is still with him. Several of tho school
children nro detained nt homo with ecvpfe
colds, Mrs, A. D. Cochrane Is nursing
nt H. T. Chase's. Mrs. Nettle Johnson
Is at M. K. Sweeney's for a few wpeks
Mrs. Walton of New York Sinte, win.
has been at tho .Mary Fletcher hospital
for four weeks, following a sinou- op
eration, camo Friday evvnlne lo leinaln
some time with her uncle, Joseph Wiiltoti. I
-Mrs. ". II. Xn has gnno lo Bcnnlng- i
Ion on nrcmiiil of the lllnesj or relatives,
MI-s Ellen Mc.Mnnus or jiuiungiun is
with her sl'tci, Mrs W. I). Chcsmorp.
Mux A. Bnzzcll wis called tn West
Del by Monday hi He- sciious Illness
or his father, the Rev. .1. T. Huzzcll.
D. K. Itood. who Is III with pnoitinonla,
was reported morn eomfoi table Monday.
-Frank Yntidow Is nt home from Bur
lington to help his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs.
J- Yuiwlow, move to tbo wenncoj mini
in W llliston. suss .Mary i-eiwe sspcui.
Sunday at her home In Lsmx
i no uh
so brolhets of Ilrluhimi bill. Isex, nro
niie ;. 111 lb. I ,' i ,'. ' ' '. o ""li
ed by II. J. Vundow. Miss Nellie Will.'
is 111 with tho Rrip. Orvllle Hunt Is mov
ing Inlo the houso vacated by C. 1'rank
KliiKslntid. Mr. and Mrs. 1. M. Packard
mo nun Iiik into their house vacated by
Mr. Hunt. Mnrlln Ilullnck Is movltiK to
his farm vacated by Mr. Packanl.iles-
Inuld lliKklo" ' a' en critically
111 at c . iiiuparcnK Mr.
.... vise, Siuidny nftcr
e , ii more comfortable. Mr, c. C,
liuxton visited her sister. Mrs. S. F..
Curtis, at the Fanny Allen hospital Sat
urday. Mrs. Curtis expfcls to return
home In about a week. Mrs. Harriet
i 1- , ' r I and son. iitio, vim Inv breti
;'i i: .i. lor ........ a .iir, aio nt her
sister's, Mrs. (1. W. Foster, for n few
reks. Dr. C. A. Penso was in town
from llurlliiRtim Monday to seo his nep
hew, P.eKlnald IIomUIiis. Unci H, Day,
who has been 111 for rovernl days, Is
Ihieatcned with pneumonia, Tho Wom
an's ForolKn Missionary society will
meet with Mrs. Sadie Hrown this
afternoon. t'iooi'Ko W. Foster, who wns
in.Uir.'l by behiK thrown from a load
(it wood last week, Is nble to bo out.
1 Mrs. orin Moffitt of Fast Berkshire, Is
vlsltinif her sister, Mrs. James 11. Saf-
foid, Jr.
Mrs. Lora Perclvnl ICvtins of Montpeller, j
1ml., who camo here 10 days ui;o to attend
I her inothiis funeral, Kpent Monday In
Burlington with relatives and left Tues-
day for home. Miss Adii n was not able
to be In Heboid Tuesday, although sho is
better. Lyman Nash weiu Tuesday tnorn
IhS' to Brattl borb, where ho will work
for his uncle, Caleb Nash. -Mrs. II. S.
Woods of Ksscx .1 miction Is visiting In
town. Heisea Wright's bon and daughter
are heio from Boston, an 1 Mr. Wright
will go hack wlib them and remain. Ho
has runted the hou-..- to (leorgj nnd Sid
ney Warren, who ure moving In. Frank
tlokey Is moving from Mrs. C. II. Nash's
tenement to (!. Herbert Hutchinson's
farm tenement. Harlow Perrige has re
turned ftoni Shelbiinie. Miss Mary Mc
Mnhon. who was called homo by thn
death of W'. D. Clu miuu c, returned to her
school In I'nderhill Tuesday. Tho house
hold goods of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hell
have ii i rived from Bf.se City, Mich., and
bae been pliu ed in the cottago of Mrs.
Bell's father, II. !'.. Bates. Mr. and Mrs.
Bell and son expr-et to remain in this vi
cinity a year or more. Mr. and Mrs.
W'lisley of Fssix Junction spent Tues
day with her sister, Mrs. Henrv Dcfany.
The f unci al of W. D. Chesmoro was
held at the Catholic Church Tuesday
morning, the Hov. Joseph Therlan olll
clatlng, and the body was brought back
here and bulled In the vlllago cemetery.
The bearers wero John llaidy, Horatio
Chase, Chillies Ivoughlln and Joseph Wil
liams. Mrs Jennie Reel, a sister, of Wat
erbury, Conn., Mrs. Mary Dougan of
liatlsburgh and Miss Hllen McManus
of Builington attended tin; funeral. Mrs.
Thorp Is seriously 111 nnd was unable to
attend her son's funeral. Miss Alice Car
roll has Bone to Burlington tn live.
Gem go Kew or Wnltslbdd has 1 oen visit
lug his brother, Junius Kew.
The town reports are out and show the
finances or the town to bo In a better
condition than Tor several yoars past.
Nearly 400 rods or permanent road have
been constructed at a cost or 9-i SO. There
were 20 births during tho year, 13 males
nnd 7 females; 25 deaths. 17 males ai.d S
females: 11 marriages. The town Indebt
edness has been reduced $v.5. Tho
school Indebtedness 1ms been reduced
J1,!V'. 42. The condition of Mrs. Luke Bol
ger. who Is 111 with pneumonia, Is very
critical. Mr. and Mrs. Wolcott Beach
are moving Into W. IC. Buxton's tenement.
Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Tomlinson and Miss
Lulu Lincoln spent Monday In Burlington
v.llh their aunt, Mrs. K. I,. Line. Miss
Lulu Lincoln Is at home fioni I'nderhlll,
seriously 111. Thomas Lcnry and tho
Misses. Mary and Margaret Li'try nnd
Madame I.eary are moIng to Burlington.
Mrs. I.eary has rented the farm on which
they have lived for man v eir to Moses
I.eary of (Yilliston. Miss Adnen, who
has been 111 with neuralgia, w is able to
resume her school duties Wednesday.
News was received hero Wednesday of
the death In Johnson of John c. Derby,
a former resident of this town, who moved
to Johnson last November. Mr. Derby,
who wis about CO years of age, had been
In falling health for n year from stomach
trouble. Ho Is survived by a wlfo and
four sons cud four (laughters. Lewis of
Floilda nnd Udwin, Chester and FreJeilc,
who are at home, Mrs. Bert Patterson of
Saj.uiac, N. V., and Misses IM'th, Blaneiio
and Kllznheth. The f.iinl'.' m vod here
from Snranae, .V. Y. Tin Rev. Mr. Brad
ford Is spending tho week with his family
in Fast Dor"et Miss Sara Pa.Tord went
Wednesday tn Johnson to remain a few
days. A. c. Williams of St. Albans spent
V.'odncsdny with his sister, Mrs. J. H.
Safford, Sr.
Tho funeral of W'illlim Chpsmore of
Jeilcho was hul l at St. Thomas's Churcl
i Tuesday morning, ill. Rev. Father
1 Thoilun coiiduet.ng tho obsequies. Burbil
VW1S ut jt.richo. Mrs. T. C. Boss Is ill
bridge wns held at St. Thomii s Church
Monday morning, the Bev. I at her Ther
leil ollleltitllig.-Chaih s Harrclt lies been
quite III. Tho selectmen hmo snitled
'.Mth Arthur Blcknell for the loss r.f his
iiorsc. killed recently, by pajmg him JAM.
-Mrs. Maigaiet Fhnncn U suiioiisly ill
at tho homo of her daughter, Mrs, Ln
nls. 1'raneU Cabin ha., sold uie Cochran
pluco and other real estate to u, w.
Hcnry.-Chai'lo A.. has moved froni
Riverside to the Thmnn.s Bruce farm,
which ho has muted for one year P.
II. Smith Is recovering from a sevens
iiiiii'Hk. v triik Bosh s
eiaifititul in Hi..
i houso with th,, grip .-ju),,, u nyan,
formuilv of this ,,, ,1M ri,in1y n
, the home of ), sH,0Ii j,rv j uyi0,
j at Littleton, N n., aftei n long 'illness!
A few jears title- In tho employ of
the Ceiitia YHinmr.t railway ns engineer
ho was hndlj, Injured In a train wreck
at MJIton rtij h,lu.,. f,j. recoveroil. Ho
was a brother of M F. Ryan of thU
i pi.i. e.
The public llbrnry him received from
the I'nlted States bureau of plant In
dustry the publications of that office,
treating of fruit raising, "Tho Apple and
Hon to Grow It," and kindred topics.
Grangers or any others Intarosted, nro
Invited to cnil nt tho library on any Fri
day afternoon or ovenlntr. wben the bulle
tins may bo consulted or loaned,
Mrs. S B. Bulger, who has been III
will) an attack of tho grip the past two
weeks, Is very low. comyllcaUoua having
developed, and fears are entertained as to
her rocovery.-C. F. Klngslnnd and fatnllv
hnvo removed to Bholburne, where he hag ,
rented a lartjo farm. O. A. Hunt and
family have moved to the house recently
vacated by c. F. KlnKSland. Sotb M.
Packard Is moving Inlo the Wilder houe
recently bought of Mrs. K. B. Isliam.
M. A. Bullock has taken possession of
the S. M. Packard farm, recently pur
chased, but will not movo for a fow days
because of tho Illness of Mrs. Bullock,
who has nn attack of the qulnzy.
F, B. Brown has been confined to
the house thn past few days with a
hard cold. I. M, Neaty has been quite
III tho past few dnys with a cold and
stomach trouble, but Is now bolter. Mis.
Leon Hull Is vlsltliu- friends In Water
bury this week. Mnnsllcld (IrnnRo at Us
rcRulnr meeting Tuesday evening held n
debate on tho question, "Would Recipro
city with Canada Be inluiinus tn tho
Farmers," with H. P. I loll. F. O. Ponso
nnd C. 15. Lee on the afC'rmatlve, and the!
Hev. S. II. Ilnrniim, A, P. HvliiKtnn nnd
K. B. Jordan on the neRntlve. Both sides
wero well sustained nnd tho facts and
llRiires hroiiKht out on each side were In
terfiling. F. B. Jordan went to Bur
lliiKton Thursday, whern he was sum
moned ns Juror In tho United States
district and circuit court.
Mrs. S. L. Caswell hns received now
cf the death of a sister, Mrs Carrie Brad
ford, at her home In Clarcnnnt, N. 11.,
February IS from a shock sustained the
samo day. She was 47 year of age and
Is survived by a husband and tlueu chil
dren. Another sister, Miss Anna Rey
nolds, died November 2.S In Bellows Falls
at tho home of her niece, Mrs. Florence
Carpenter, with whom she lived. Sho un
derwent an operation about three weeks
before and had not the strunath to rally.
Mrs. Caswell, herself. Is in oonr henltb
nnd was not able to attend either fun
eral. A reception was tendered to Mr.
nnd Mis. F. A. Hel'flon by a company of
their neighbors. Friday evening. They re
ceived ninny girts or furniture, silver,
Elnss, china nnd linen nnd $10 hi money.
Thorn wns music and refreshments wero
served. J. S. Nay Is moving to the city
from tho J. W. Jones fai:n, wbhii ho
has occupied the past two yeir. Harold
Murphy, foreman at H. B. Chlttendon'.i
Turin, w'll carry on the farm vacated by
Mr. Nay. Gay logg moved to llden
Thursday, wheie he has rmploytnort for
n year. Bert Isham will move to the
George Bnrstow house and work for Mr.
Murdock, who has purchased the
farm. Mr. and Mrs. II. F. Tllley visited
his uncle, Klcazer Taft, in F.ssex Junc
tion Saturday. Mr. Taft Is slowly recov
ering from n severe attack of tho grip.
Mrs. Mary Mulr Is III with the grip.
Harry Robertson of Montreal Is a
visitor at Adum Johnstone's.
The Lrulles' Aid met with Mrs. W.
V. Bench at Library hall Wednesday aft
ernoon. Tlio Whist club will not meet
this week. Constance nnd Christine Ou-
llek aro nt home from teaching in Col
chester nnd IXsex. Miss Phoebe Hors
ford, who Is at Ashvllle, N. C, Ir report
ed as much Improved. Quite a number
from here attended farmer week in Bur
lington. The gentlemen entertained at
grange Monday, giving a rarce. a debate
and an oyster supper. Mr. nnd Mrs. Bur
ton Byington of Burlington nro visiting
In town. Wallace McNeil I ns returned to
the high school In Burllngtun nfter hav
ing been nt home 111 for a week.
Georgo ICdgerton has gono to Westport,
N. Y., where ho has a large orchard to
trim. Abram MeGowan of New Hamp
shire Is visiting his old home here.
I'nder the auspices of Shelburne Grange
Professor Cummlngs of the 1'ntvcrMty or
Vermont lectured on fruit growing In
the town hall W'ediiPsdiy evening at eight
o'clock. --Revival meetings will be con
ducted in the Methodist Kplseopal Church
by Miss Ida Maver of New York begin
ning Friday at 7:30 p. in., when the ser
vices will be lnti oduccil by a special con
cert. A silver offering will be taken.
Miss Mayer is a teacher of elocution. She
hns studied In Kuiope and America and
has refused a stage career to devote her
life to Christian work. All are invited
to the sen lees. Ada Peot, who is leach
ing In the Londonderry graded school, is
spending her vacation with" her sister,
Mrs. Walter Palmer.
All the schools In town will close Fri
day for a two weeks' recess. During Lent
evening prayer will bo said at Trinity
Church each Monday nnd Saturday at
four o'clock, and each Friday at 7:3.)
p. m.; cottage lecture each Wednesday at
7:30 p, tn.; evening prayer on Sunday at
7:oft p. m. with sermon.
Mrs. Clifton Smith bus gone to tho hos
pll il for a surgical operation. -Thcro will
be an oyster supper and entertainment
glen in the town ha.l on lYIduy evening,
March 3. Miss ICa Maeomber l at hoiiiu
for ii week's visit. Ilvans Ivio ier and
fii.ni, Mr. Hemp, returned to Mlddlebury
Saturday. AKied McLam- l al home
lifter taking the dally school course In
the I'lilverslt,- ( Vermont. - The Ladles'
Sodal Circle met with Miss Phtla
Hal) Wedlie'd.iy nfternoon - Jolin Alien
pi.t to Lynn Saturday to visit his datiKh
l r Carl Robinson Is ill with bronchl.il
pneumonia. Miss Marguerite Boussea lias
been visiting rulatlves In town.
Mrs Lansing Smith vislt.-d her paronts
In Burlington several days last week. A
j 5, , ting son or Henry Smith was quite.
severely Injured by being kicked by a
l.orsp Sunday night. i ho family or W. II.
Gonyoaii attended tho funeral of Mrs.
Gonyeau's brother, Joseph Douglass, Sat
urday. ST. GEORGE.
Mrs. M. W. Illnsdalo returned Sun
day after passing two weeks in Bur
lington. Miss Mildred White is vis
iting friends In Ilssex. Bennlo Forbes
Is passing this week In Buiilng'ion.
tho guest or Mltcholl Hinsdale. Wal
lei Wosrott or Ilssex was a visitor
lit town Sunday. Gus Wolllngor of
WUllston visited his brother, Law
rence Welllnger, Sunday,
Mr. and Mrs, Kdwnrd Jacobs went to
Bristol Thursday to attend tho funeral of
their uncle'. Joseph Soars. -Mr. and Mrs
Ambrose Grow have returned 1 1 Bristol
nfter visiting Mrs. Grow'i mother, Mrs
L'loctu Gove, and other relatives, Lem
uel Vondell Is moving to Now Haven
stieet, whero be has taken n farm. J. R.
Taggurt has returned from Bristol, whero
1m hns been visiting her sister, Mrs. Sar
ah Dumns. Frank St. Georgo returned
Thursday to hlu work In Brldport, after
spending two months with his parents.
Mrs, Cynthia Govo of Bristol Is tho guost
of relatives. J. Avery Harris received a
fchowtr or postcards on his s',th birthday,
which occurreil Sunday Alfred Stncy
has returned boms from Cnmbrldgo,
Mass., whore he has been In business for
several years and, In company with his
brother, W. L. Stacy, will carry on tin
homo farm tho coming year -Mrs, Frnnk
F.Mey Is 111 -Bradloy, tho young son of
Mr and Mrs. Hodorle IOno Is seriously III.
Mr. and Mrs, 13. U. Kimball and child
K..e returned lo Westford nfler visiting
Mrs. Klmbaira parents, Mr. and Mrs. It.
C. Beers. Mrs. Beers, who Is III, remains
about tb same. The Rev. Thomas
Davison ,1 rnmlly are upending the
week In lalen, where they were called
by the serious condition or Mrs. Davison's
father, Franklin Curcy, who Is sufferllng;
from n broken hip.
A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs.
W. Francis Sunday morning. LucIum j
Qulnell has taken possession of John
Fi Inn's farm, nnd Mr. Fllnn has) moved
to St. Albans llobnrt Richards hns'
blood poison In bis hnnd, caused by ,
tho bllo of n nit. A fow from here at-i
tended tho ball nt .Milton Friday
Mrs. Ft auk Benhnm of Boston Is visit
ing her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. II. C. Mc
Noll. W. F. Kennedy has moved to St.
Albans, whera he has a position In n
real estato oftlce. Paul Duehane has
moved from L. Wagner's farm to A. A.
Derrick's nt Went Milton. Mr. Wagner
will carry on his own farm this year.
Georgo Furke has gono to Burlington,
where lie has a position. Mrs, John
Phelps Is very 111 with peritonitis. Tlio
comedy "Down In Maine," given by Geor
gia young people, drew a good nudlcnco
Tuesday ( veiling.-J. K. Smith Is con
fined to tho house with the grip. Dr. J.
II. Bean of Je'fersonvllb: spent Wednes
day with his uncle and mint, Mr. and
Mrs. C. p. Sanderson.
"Tho Village Poi.tolllcor" which was
presented nt the town hall Tue'day
e vening, was greeted by a large audience.
Tho Ladles' Aid or the Congregational
'iiurcli icallzed M7 from the play. There
will bo a union mass meeting at the town
hull Sunday evening, March 5. C. J. Fcr
ruson will speak In the Interests of tem
rernnce. Mr. nnd Mis. F. L. Andrews
of Shelhurno visited friends hero the first
of tho week. Mrs. A. L Walker and
daughter, Hlldi, or Burlington visited at
J. 11. Allen's the first or the week.
Tho P.ev. 11. L. Crockett, presiding elder
of Gloversvllle, N. Y., Is assisting Miss
Sprague in special meetings this week
nf th" Methodist l.'plscopal Church.
Harry Gregory has furnished work for
George Gilo und Is to move Into P. L
Barret's houso. Mr. and Mrs. N. P..
Hall went tn Huntington Center Suiidav
to visit their daughter. Mrs. A. Tomlin
son. Mrs. Agnes Riley Is visiting her
mother, Mrs. Georglanna Licalllade
Frederick Guyette has gone to Cambridge
to work. The dime society met with Mrs.
F. R. Davis Wednesday aftern .oa.
The supper nnd entertainment an
nounced ror Friday night has been post
poned. The Rev. Mr. Kent will preach
a questlonalre sermon Sunday morning
on "Success," based upon the definition
of tho word as given by tho school chil
dren. Mr. Freyl, who recently went to
the liospiinl, Is gaining. P.. J. Fuller is
moving to his farm, recently purchased
nf Frank Talentt. Charles Dehmentes
hns returned from Boston, where he has
been wording during the winter months.
A. Porter has moved Into Frank Tai
cott's newly purchased tenement house
and will work for him this year as usual.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Prior gave a
small party at their home February 22,
In honor of the 15th anniversary of the
marriage of her patents, Mr. and Mrs.
James Bryant. Mrs. Jnmes Rawson of
I'nderhlll was an over-Sundny guest at
Jennie Burnett's.
Dr. W. S. Nny went last Thursday to
Chicago to attend the seventh annual
conference of the American Medical as
sociation. C. K. Thayer lias purchased
of Tom Bruce his farm, consideration
$2,.WA1. George Gravelln has bought of
Mrs. Bell her house and lot in this vil
lage nnd opeets to move soon. Chauncey
Cook Is visiting his mother, Mrs. George
Grnvelln. 'lomer Metealf's Tamily hnvo
the measles.- Mrs. W. R. Nav entertained
u number or her friends nt her home
Wednes.'.av evening -Village schools
close this wppk for the spring vacation.
Tho following venire of petit Jurors to
servo at the March term of Franklin
county court was drawn Friday by
Sheriff Georgo C. Holmes; A. S. Arm
strong, Kuosburg, Luther Baker, Itieii
toid. K. C. lioydene. Fairfax; Iranli F.
liluuhloy, Cuitis 1. Brooks, Georgia;
I John It. Cassidy. 'hiosluirg, Frank Con-
num, l'alrfiel 1; Harry P.. Cuitis, GeorgiR:
lluwes De-cUer, Swanlon, If. W. Deinlng.
St. Albans 1 1 1 v ; Lero L Dufeny, Berk
shire; M. '' Finn, St. Albans city, J. B.
I'innexnn. l'alrileld; A. 11. Gate". Frank
lin, L.irett llogaboom, Iilgh?ati F. M.
Hubbard, .Swuuton; Mark A. Hull, Fnos
onrg; '. II. Limpmnn, lilghgate; Chns.
W. Lashwny, Swanton: John Long, St.
Albans city; Oscar McGregor, Riclifoid:
diaries X. Macln, Franklin; W. H.
Moouej, St Albans; II. I'. Morey, Shel
.ioii; G, G. Olton, Fairfax; A. W. Poltor,
Berkshire, 1- O. Poweis, Bakersllold;
DeForest C. Robinson, Fletcher; Herbert
Smith. Montgomery; C. C. Sunderland,
St. Albans, P. W. Vallquet, Sheldon.
Peter .1. Relhuineur, formerly foreman
of the McB.srn?er company and ono of
tho board of llconso e-omnilsslouers, Is
moving his 1'anillv to Albany, N. Y.,
where ho is now employed.
State's. Attoinoy Goorgo M. Ilognn
e conducting n preliminary -investigation
or lnqi.pst before Judge II. W.
Foster to nscortuln if possible tho
causes and conditions which led up to
the death of Kdwnrd Sweeney, who
wns Instantly electrocuted In his own
homo on Now Yoar'i while turning
off nn Incandescent light with ono
band and tho wator - faucet with tho
other, thus forming n complete cir
cuit. Thn dpath of I'ugono L. Bordo oc
curreil at tho homo of his daughter,
Mrs. Stephen D. Abell, at St. Albans
Bay Into Wednesday night, after a
brlof Illness with hoart trouhlo. Mr.
Bordo was 07 years old and a veter
an nf the Civil War, having an honor
able rncord with Company F, 7th Vor
niont. Ho Is survived by two daughters,
Mrs. S. D. Abol nnd Mrs. J. B. Jolly,
three brothers, ICmerson W, Bordo of
Bnttn Crook, Mich., Orungo F, Bordo
of Marlboro, Mass., nnd Charlos 11.
Bordo of Wllklnsbuig, Pa., and a sis
ter, Mrs, Li Wnlden of Burlington.
Tho funeral was held nt tho houso
Saturday aftornoou at two o'clock.
Tho annual celebration of the Ver
mont Stain Log Rolling association
will bo held In this city Tuesday, July
4, Tho data and tho plans for tho meet
ing wero docldod upon ut a mooting of
tho oxocutlvo committee, consisting of
C. U Dyo nnd P. M Llbby of Rutland,
A. J Lorauger of Uarro and William
Flynn of Burlington, together with J,
A Fvnrts, M. D. Jnrvlsi and B, II, Shun
tiro u, representing tho St. Albans
camp, On tho dnto sot, the annual field
day will bo held, tho prlnclplo feature
nf which will be the oompetltlvo drill
exhibitions for tho "Plrlo" cup, now
held by the local team. President Dyo
deslgnatPd Flmer Johnson of this ouy
ns chnlrtnun of tho general committee
which will be In chnrgo.
The funornl of George Rsplln of
Swanton, who died of nephritis nt the
St. Albans hospital Saturday night,
was held nt the Methodist Church In
Swanlon Tuesday afternoon nt two
o'clock. Mr. Ksplln wns (51 yearn old,
and was n former resident of this city.
Tho funornl of Harry Canham, who'
died nt tho St Albans hospital Sun- (
dny night of dropsy, after a brief 111-
ness, was held at St. Luke's Upls
eopal Church Tuesday afternoon nt two
o'clock. Mr. Cnnhnm wn.-i 73
years old and hnd been In the employ
of the Central Vermont railway for 33
years, most of tho tlmo ns general
fnreiunn of tho passenger enr shops.
Mr. Canhnm was unmarried nnd no Im
mediate relatives survive him.
Tho wedding of Miss Ida M. Hubado
and Fdward O. Bloomer was quietly
celebrated at tho Methodist Episcopal
paisonago Monday evening, tho Ro".
Ralph F. Lono performing tho ere.
The death of Miss Katherlno N. Mc
Oirty of Northfleld occurred yestarday
noon tt the home of her aunt, Mrs.
Margaret Hnssett, of High street. Miss
McCnrty, who was the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Jeremiah McCarty of Northfleld,
came hero In Jnnuaiy on a visit to
her nunt, and had a recurrence of val
vular heart trouble, with which she had
been a sufferer for three years. Sho
wns 2o years old and besides her parents
leaves two sisters. Misses Mlnnb and
iMorgn.ret McCarty of Northfleld, and
two brothers, Frank McCarty of Ala
bama and Fred McCarty, n Norwich
University student. The funeral will
probably bo held In Northfleld on Fri
Fred Snrgen. clerk In the express
ofllce. is 111 with tonsllltls. The Hev.
W. Ii Douglass addressed the Cal
umet club Tuesday evening at S:30
o'clock. H. F. Curdy has closed out
his stock of flour nnd feed and sold the
mnehlnery to th" Sweat-Comings com
pnny. Tho floor occupied by tho bus
iness Is beln fitted up for a grocery
store which will bo conducted by
Frank Colby, ror several years In the
nniploy of Mr. Hardy. Miss Matilda
Corliss has gone to Detroit, Mich., to
vllt her brother, John B. Corliss, nnd
will bo nbsent nbout flvo weeks. Dr.
IMinund S. Douglnss, son of the Hov.
nnd Mrs. W. 11. Douglnss of this vil-
ilngp nnd a gradunte of tho t". V. M.
medical department last June, hns
been notified by the State board of
medical registration that he had pass
d tho board's examination nt the head
of tho list, and Is entitled to practice
medicine In Vermont.
The saw mill, clapboard mill and Ixix
shop of the Mlsslsouol Lumber company
at Stevens Mills was burned to tho
ground Saturday afternoon. The insur
ance Is $7,5fO, which will not cover the
loss. The cause of tho fire, which start
ed In thp box shop, hns not been deter
mined. Tho mill will be rebuilt at once.
The new power plant, consisting of a
5ou-horsppowir stenm engine and dynamo,
wns uninjured, as were the piles of
lumber In the yard. C. M. nnd S. H.
Borlght of this village are the chief
stockholders in the compsny. Too mill
wns located three miles above this vil
lage The annual town meeting has been
warned for Tuesday, March 7. There
Is little of Interest nsldo from tho usual
routine bustners. It Is reported that a
strong attempt Is being made to carry
tho town ror license.
The "measuring social" given under tile
auspices of the King's Daughters at the
Baptist Church Tuesday evening was
well attended nnd the net receipts were
$10. Mr. ami Mrs. Leslie Warner of St.
Albans visited Mr and Mrs. F. C. Sears
this week. The night train from Boston
on the Canadian Pacific railway was four
hours late Tuesday morning, due to a de
railed engine on the Boston & Maine
division. Tho King's Daughters will hold
their next meeting nt the homo of Mrs.
II. A. Bogue Wednesday, March S, at
2:30 o'clock Instead of Tuesday, the
regular day,
Henry Parker and ;on, Hugh, of El
moie visited Mr. Parker's brothers, C. S.
nnd N. S. Parker over Sunday. Sherman
Bennett is moving to Kxst Berkshire
Edward Vadtey is moving to Hast
Franklin. Tho annual meeting of
the Ladles' Aid society was held Mon
day pvenlng. Miss Blanche Hodges of
New York la staying with her sister,
Mrs. L. P. Martin. Miss Florence Dom
lna was nt homo from St. Johns Sunday.
The services at tho Methodist F.plsco
pal Church Sunday evening will bo under
the nutplces of the W. C. T. I'.
Harry James Benolt of this place nnd
flnla Mae Hadd of East Berkshire
wpre ninrrlcd Thursday morning at five
o'clock in St. John the Baptist Church
by Rov. R, J. Chitl. Carml Benolt wns
bp-.t man and Miss Aztlda Gnrrow
bi-iilcsmald. Mr. nnd Mrs. Benolt will
mako thir homo for tho present with
the groom's paronts, Mr. and Mrs. D.
A. Benolt.
Miss Minerva Stokes has returnesl
from New York, where she has been for
a few months. Miss Ellen II. Wagner,
who teaches In Sheldon, was In town
over Sundny. The Hev. R. F. Lowo of
St. Albans pi cached at tho Methodist
church Sunday in exchange v
Rov. C. S. Nutter. M. P. Porley went
to Boston Wednesday, whero Im will Join
Prof. J, L. Barkur of Boston I'nlverslty
for a southern trip. They will sail from
Now York Friday uftomoon on tho Prlnz
Frrderlei of the Hamburg-American line
ror Kingston, Jamaica. Some tlmo will
bo spent In Cuba nnd Florida, from
whence they will return via Washington,
D. C Dr. Frank C. Lewis of New York
was tho guest of his aunt, Mrs. F C
Klmbnll, ovpr Sunday.
Dr. C. A. Pratt expects to move to East
Charleston this week, where he will
locate for the practice of medhlne. His
younger son, Howard, who has been with
his aunt, Mrs. II. G. Tltemoro, In
Franklin during the winter, Is hero nnd
will go with the family - F. M. Carpenter
returned from Essex Junction Monday,
whore ho had been for 10 dnys.--Mr. .unl
Mrs. F, C, Farrell of St. Albans aro
gupsfi of Mr. and Mrs, K. II. Farrell.
Dr. Thomns was bltton on the under Up
a hull dog belonging to I. A. Vincent
with whom ho was playing. C. L. Towle,
who Is employed In the store of C. W.
Powell A. Co. In Franklin, was with hs
family heio over Sunday. Letters have
been received here from Henry Chamber
lln since his parole from Stnte prison by
Governor Mead. He Is In Battle Creok
with his family. The letter received
Tuesday Indicates a complete breaking
down lu health with no chance for re
covery. FLETCHER.
Sidney Heardsley, an old resident of
this town, dlod Sunday. Feb. 6. Mr.
Beardsley suffered a shock several days
uiio from which he never regained con
sciousness. The funeral will bo held
Wednesday. Miss Gladys Lawrence Is ill
of pneumonia nt her boarding place 1,1
Fairfax, where sho Is attending school -l.esllo
Rugg, who hns been III, is reported
better. Miss Mary Nevens Is 111 Mn
Bert Hooper has been III.- Guy Melvln of
Cambrldgo hns commenced work for El
mer Crosier.
Tho engage:. icnt Is nnnouiicpd of Larl
W. Poterson, son of the Rev. C J.
Peterson, and Miss Bessie A. llislop of
Clarenccvlllo, Que, daughter of tho lata
M. L. Illslop of St. Johns
Miss Manila Duffy has gone to H.ehford
whero sho has a position at tho Ameri
can House. Tho Baptist Ladies' Aid -clety
Is planning to have a dla.ier for
the voters town mealing day.- Mrs G (i
Orton of Fairfax, who has been In to.vi
for a fow days, hius returned home -Vice
High Chief Ranger An.ler-on
Franklin, of tho high court of -..rm ,i,
Independent Ordsr of Foresters, tiueb
offlrlal visit to tho bxal court r
esters hero at their r.ula- no .
Tuusda evening. M!.s illne Gu. i e t
has lei r.pd fioin Gredr.iqo. Me. v,,-,
sho litis been stopping f .r -overai mur.'h
Mrs. Horace Mnrc, has I,, en ver.
ill, Is reported Mime better - Inter
mediate Hestorvllle -ihnol, Mi.s Lu
nice Prior tondier. i ...sed Tebruary 7
with iippropri-ite ,.fi .,s r..min.-n. ira-.-Ing
Washington's nnrl Lincoln - birthdays.
Thero .!. r ,.,,iia ,,,ro!lr.l with an
average i (tendance of 10.03. Those pres.
nt ever) day were Vera and Versa Mur
ray, Dora Tatro. Albert Ho'brook and
Howard Toir-hett,.. a wo Tan o wa.i ab
sent only one day.
E. I' Adams: cf Swanton was In town
Mondav Deputy Collector and Mrp. W.
C. Hefflon of Montreal, p. Q., were In
town Sunday, tho guests nf relatives.
Miss Velmn Wilght of St. Aloans was
in town Sunday visiting her grandmother,
Mrs. E. B. Spooner. Ralph Lyon, who
has been visiting his aunt, Mrs. L, W.
Squares of Canada stieet, has returned
to his homo In Burllneton. Mr. M Lent
has returned from Farnb rim. IV n
where she has been snenillncr a fciv vrki
with relatives. Mrs. Harriet Ide ptnt
Monday In Swanton. Tho Woman's Anvl.
liary of St. John's '.lunch will inset with
Mrs. W. p. Welch this afternoon. -
J. M. Fitzgerald of Fletcher was in town
Saturday.- Illram J. Patterson hn- ie.
turned to his studies at Blsnop's t'J.Sj,
Lennoxvllle, p. Q.
Mrs. Burdetto Start, who has hfn -en-ousy
ill l.s somewhat Improvi d - T L.
Tupper Is seriously tll.-Miss Mar a Brad '
of Enosburg Fulls spent Sutur.lay nr.d
Sunday with friends here -Miss Gra.o
Walbrldgo of Berkshire Is spending a
week with friends hre. Mis V L. Til
lotson Is ill. Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Tillot
son of Sheldon spent Sund-n it W V.
Mrs. F. II. Wallbcoff returned homo
Friday rrom tho Mary Fletcher hospital,
Burlington. The Lev. J. II. LeRoy of
Campton, N. H preached In The Second
Congregational Church Sunday. Tho
Dorcas society met with Mrs. J J Mc
Kenney Wednesday. Miss Hazel Jerno
of St. Albans Is visiting her pireir- Mr,
nr.d Mrs. A. M. Jenne. Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Hopo of Montgomery visited their
rlaughte-r, Mrs. H. J. Trneey, over Sun
day. Ray Jenne, who has bem attending
tho dairyman's school nt Burlington, re
turned home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. O.
Guertln of East Franklin visited t.ieir
son, I- Guertln, recently. The Dorcas so
ciety will servo dinner town nici mg day.
Georgo N. Maynard died Monday mop -Ing
after an illntss of several mnnt s
Mr. Maynard had been In business hero
for several years and was nner Khl
don's leading and respected citizens. Thi
funeral services were held at his resi
dence Wednesday afternoon at 1:30, th
Rev. C. W. Kelley officiating -The Misses
Mary Brown and Miss LnS Ryea nro
suffering an attack of the -r.;
Charley Lanc.tot Is running tho englr.o
in F. L. Konfleld's mill and his family
uro living in Charley Bradley's house nt
East Enos burg. Mrs. A. J. Woodware
of Enosburg Falls is visiting her daugh
ter, Mrs. F. L. Kenrield, Tho Rov Mr
Anthony of Montreal preached In Mem
orial Church, Enosburg Center February
The play, "Down In Maine." which wat
presentod at the town hall Friday even
ing by tho Athletic association of Banner
Grange, was repeated at ho opera house
in Milton on Tuesday fvenins.- A recep
tion was given .Mr. and Mrs. Orrtn I'res
ton Saturday evening ut the liimo of her
parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. Clifton Smith, They
werp presented with many useful lfts.
consisting of silver, linen, china and
glass. Refreshments were sorved. Mr.
and Mrs. Pieston left Monday for Hart
Innd. whero they have taksn a farm for
tho coming year.-.Mrs. Eliza Morton has
returned from Plittsburgh, N. V , where
she has been visiting her son, James.
Mrs Erwln Newton and Raymond Nnw
ton of Burlington have been vltitlng rela
tives In town for a few days The Ladles'
Aid society of the Methodist IC-plscopal
Church will sorvo dinner at the vestry on
town meeting day. Mrs. Russell Sunder
l.i nil Is 111 Miss Mary Maeomber of tho
St. Albans high school was a guest at tho
home of W. II. Wllber Sunday Jay
Green and family visited In Westford re
cently. Mr. nnd Mrs. liarrv B. Curtis
wero In Burlington Wednesday The sub
ject of the Kpworth League meeting Sun
day ovening will bo "Methodism's Modern
Piophet." Leader, Mrs. Os-ar Ladd.
Dr. c. P Curley of Provencc-t wn,
Mass. has been visiting his mother Mrs.
P. R. Curley. Carroll Reynolds of Prince
ton Mass, has been visiting his daughter
Miss Bessie Reynolds. The nnnual s-ippet
nnd play by the students of Bellowj
Free Academy, which was to have brer,
given Thuredny evnlng was postponed
on account of the death of Miss Frances
Qulnlon, ono of the teachers Ann-g
those ill with tho grip aro Mr and Mrs,
S. E. Wilson, Mrs S. G. liovce M'ss J
Laurence, Mrs. James Wood and tlireo
children. Miss Grace Learned and Miss
Grace Potter wero In St. Albans Febru
ary, 23, While passing a horso owned by
i icon l .ton. F. Wood hnd the nusfortunu
to lose an car. He Is doing ns well n-s
can be e.pected.-Mrs. H, A. Butler and
.Mrs, A. Southard visited In Beaver
Thutmlay.-Mii,. William Frenches has
gone to Johnson lo visit her sister, Mrs.
Elijah Story.-Mrs, E. C. Nash Is visit
ing her fntht-r, S. E. Wilson Miss He
len Leach Is teaching at Bellows Freo
Academy slnco the death of Miss Quln
ln,n. The piny and chicken plo supper giv
en by the Junior and senior classes of
Bellows rco academy was largely at
tended Tuesday ovonlng Tho door ie
celpts were over one hundred dollars.
The students gave their parts well and
(Continued uu mice 1.)

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