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THE nUKLTNOTON FKHK F'TIUHS AND TOiES: TIimtSDAV, MA Km 2, 15111.
HAPPENINGS IN VERMONT
(Continued from pnge 3.)
t good time wiw on.ioi oil !iy all -Harold
Mallard of St. Albans In .visiting relatives'
In town for a few dnys.- Mrs. It. it. .
IJalluid spent Satutd..,v nud Sunday with
her tirotlicr, O. W. Whitlow, In St. Albnrin j
Mr. nnd Mrs. I'ny s Marvin of Hunt
ington visited Mr. and Mrs. T. L. M.irvln
last wcp...--Wry. I I". Wlleos. remains
about tlif saino!rs. G. o. orlnn It i
t'lcnding a few das with her thiiiRhter,
Sits. Willi 1111 Wllght, of Mont ,'otnorv.
-Chmles Carter, who ha boon at the
Soldiers' homo In Hern itigtnn tho piust
few months, Is vHtlnir hi- sister, Mrs.
Hiriih Rowland. Mrs. Chnrlo I'lhu p-e-u-iod
n very serious iv blent Sunday
r.'iinlntr while o'i tin; et;ihda. The roof
fell, U hciri,' loaded with a very hoiny
weight of -now. Homo cronni enns on
the floor saved Mr." llin from n fatal
firi .dent.--, he lliptlst Mlir.lon.iry soci
ety met with Mrs. C. A. llnlohlttss Wednesday..-.
Tho L-idlc.,' Vllhn;i' Improve
icnt society will scr. e dinner Ttlesdnv
March 7, town meeting dc. -it tho
home of Way land Sln-pard.- on. -Willis If.
King's liotrp was hnrncd Wcdnesdnv
afternoon. The neighbors ived nearly
nil the household goods. Tho cause of
the fire Is unknown,
SOUTH' HERO.
A pretty home wedding took place on
Wednesday Fob. 2J ot the home of
Mr nnd Mrs. H. O. Rossett of South
Hero when their daughter, Tesl
Martha, was married to Harold Coli.irn
nnrton of North Fcrrlsburg. The bride
was uttended by Miss riorenee Walker
of Shcrehi.ni and the hem man was
Harold T. Williams of P.ilton, Mo&s. Tho
bridal party entered the room to the
strains of the "Hrldal Chorus" from
"Loheng-ln" played by SI'-s Hthel
Wright. The service wm performed by
the Rev. A. 11. Hotter of North Fcrrls
burg. The bride was attired in a sown
of white silk messnllno and eairled
white carnations. After the ceremony
refreshments were served and Mr. and
Mrs. Harton left on the northbound train
nmld showers of confottl nnd old shoes.
There were many beautiful presents of
linen, cut glass and silver, and a sub
stantial purse of money. Among the out
of town guests -were Mrs. .1. G. Harton,
Helen Ruth Harton, William P. Harton,
Clayton ... Hessett, Hay H Tuttle, Mrs.
L. E. Palmer. Robert T. Palmer nnd
Frank Dartt. Mr. and Mrs. Harton will
make their home In North Ferrlsburg.
Sirs. Harton Is a graduate of t'astlotnn
normal school and has taught In South
Hero. Mr. Barton Is a gradunt" of the
Rurllngton high school nnd also attended
the University of Vermont.
Mr. and Sirs. Samuel Hverett of Hur
llngton were guests of .Mr. and Mrs.
William Stone Sunday. Arthur Robinson.
Jr, of Hoston visited Mr. nnd Mrs. Juan
Robinson recently. Miss Sw-irtz of Rrit
tlcbnro spoke on missionary work at the
Methodist Church Sunday evening. Mrs.
I. lira Allen died Saturday evening after
a long Illness. Tho funeral services were
neld from her late residence Tuesday
afternoon at two o'clock.
GRAND ISLE.
Professor Collins of Mlddlebury College
nave a very Interesting and Instructive
1 turc to a small audience Tuesday
evening in the union church of Grand
Is. , tij, pomona Grange of Grand lslu
y will meet Frld.iy, SInrch 1, with
1 ( neyard Grange of sin l.a Motto.
M Angle Leboau Is working In tho
rnti.il telephone office of Grand Isle.
- SvlM.un Iloag and daughter of Huiilng
toi re visiting In Grand Isle. There was
i ery huge attendinoo at M. G Kin
nt 's at the lust meeting of the Ladies'
A 1 society Seventy-eight had di.u.er
tliirr Theie was a good attendance it
the o.ster supper hist Frld.iv evening
Witl. n entertaining lecture by the Rev.
Mr Or mult.
-3LE LA MOTTE
Mrs I.tMIe J'lke sjient nM week In Hi,r
Ilngtor, -Miss Kthel fllie is home from
HoMon. Mis A. )l mil N spending a
few d-iyr In .uk( Pidnt.- Ml.-" Dorothy
Hill Is home from North Hern, her school
being loed -Miss Heatrlce Houghton
mi V.rue from Swanton over Sundnv.
i rise p'irtv iS .ivcn Mr. nj
Mr I- il Tlfty Saturdav evening. Prep,
in ':on' re being made for the Pomrn
in- ire nieetlng Friday March 3.- .lo'.le
') n, Jr., 1ms bought Mrs. T,onatia
'1 riff's place -Mrs. r,onina Tlmniis
1 nought Florette MiH'- .-.lace M.
Mis Peirl Dirrou nf J''ir; were
I' .wi Patr.rday
NORTH HERO.
SJrs Sarah A. Clarli, widow of R. h.
'irk died Wedre.fj. i- r. ., nvi.,
IS eurs. fehe Is HurvHirl ny four sons nnd
tTii daughters. Tr . I ,ner wiw li.hl
nt her late nomc Saturday afternoon al
' o'clock
STOWE.
Pr.ow fell t' the depth of eight ir
ten Inches 'lb.ii-sduv night and Frl
das n. irnlng, the heaviest fall of tho
wintor. There was a high wind Fri
day and some of tho hll; roads were
badly drifted. Miss Jessie Tuokor
wont to tho Mary Fletfher hospital,
I! irllngtt.n, Friday for treatment for
Appendicitis. She wns accompanied
by hr molher, Mrs. ir. n 'I'ucker,
and I3r. II. W. Harrows. Miss Ha
inona Hunbar in 111 with the grip.
Hrt Chase and Miss Rlva Shonlo
were married by the nv. J. Q. An
VOU February 23. The bride la 15
ears of age and the groom consider
ably older. Henjnmln Robinson was
operated upon for appendicitis at tho
Mary Fletcher hospital. Hurllngton,
Friday morning and Is doing well.
Thore were (10 pupils absent from tho
vlllatre schools Friday on account of
lllr.oss, 28 of them from the high
ichool. Hard colds and the j-rlp ate
the usual allmenta.
Among the piovlklon.i in tho -warning
for the town nuetlng .March 7 are these:
To see If tho town will give free use of
the Alteley Meinorlnl building banquet
hull for the meetings of Htowe Civic club;
to see what the town will voto tt. do with
the Galo school house; to soo If the town
will voto to appropriate money for light
ing the village streets; to provide a yard
for cattle for the uso of stock men; to
provide . watering trough In some suit
able place In the village; to voto to In
itruct the selectmen to appoint one or
nora rood commissioners Instead of elect
ing by ballot; to see If the town will vote
to have medical Inspection of schools.-.
An Important meeting of the Cemetery
ussoclatlon with Mrs, Vernon Wllklns
Wednesday afternoon, when plans for
the annual dinner and apron sale will be
discussed. Mr and Mrs Rufus II Ga'o
of Cleveland, Ohio, who huvo passed the
GRAND ISLE
wielt with Mr Gale's pavents, Sir. nnd
Mrs. P. It, Gale, have left for their homo
by way of Dcrry, N. 11., where ilrs. Halo
Is visiting her parents, Sir. and Sirs. W.
T. Double Howard. Whlttcmore. Is mov
ing from Georgo Town's tenement to Mor-rlstown.-The
Rev. J. (j. Angoll was called
to North lleto to attend n funeral Sat
urday. The Rev. 1.. T. Colo pleached nt
the .Methodist HplKtopnl nnd Wort Hratich
Churches Sunday. Deputy Arthur C.
Wells of Johnson was present nt the
meeting of Mansfield Slountnln Orange I
Saturday and gave nti Instructive talk
upon the unwritten worn. ticcuatlonn
weie given by Mlses Hvn Slfrlam and
I.oul'o Aldrlch Lucius Sal.io.4 gave a
talk upon the enuse, symptoms and cure
of Inrntitlle paralysis. Mrs. J. F. Camp
bell rend "That Little Span of Morgans."
A game of basket ball wan played hero
Saturday eienlur between Htowe high
tehool and Goi'dard Seminary second
teuiiv. ii '-tilting In a scorn of 2" to 12 In
f or oi St'.v,e. The line-bp: ritowc. Rob
inson, Hale nnd Parker, f.; Harris, e.j
Cobb and Stnalley. g. ; Goddard Seconds,
Craig 'ind u'son. r ; M-C'leary, c; Ah
drlch a.id Warden, f. .Mr. and Mrs. II.
W. I'I'llng.i l ave returned fi mn a week's
visit in lVideie. -Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Cutting of AloriNvllle are tlsltlng their
daughter, -Mrs. II. W. Hillings. Mr. and
ills. J. K. Houston i re reooMrlni, from
Illness. Their daughter, Sirs. II. J. Fos
ter, is ill. -Among thoso who attended
the t'ommandcry lee ptlon and ball at
Moirlsvllle Moml.ij evening were .Mr.
and Mm. C. A. Riley. Dr. and Mrs. H.
W. Harrow.?, Mr. and Sirs. II. U. Shaw,
Sir. and ills. C. I'. Kddy and Mr. and
ills. U. W. Hillings. -Mrs. H;nmellne .
.Moody of SIosco'.v is 111 with the grip.
Pneumonia Is feared. Mrs C. G. Town j
of Moscow Is very 111 with Hilght's din
ease. MIes Grace IJigelow of the Spring- '
Held, Sinus., Cominereial high s. I1011I .- ,
passing u weid.'s -..l.'iitlon at tier home
In fc-towe. Sllss Jessie Tucker returned 1
from Hurllngton Saturday and Is rwoi- j
euiig iitoi apiieraioitls withnir an opera
tion. Henry H.'ildwln ot Slorrisvllle Is
visiting in Moscow .Mis. Lula Dunbar
Is In St. Albaii-.
Mis. Anna Kimbs.ll and Mrs. C H.
Stone, gave a five hundred party Stonday
evimltig. Klght tables were played. Ice
crtarn and rake were sorvtsl.Mrs. C C.
Robinson Is III with bronchitis. Among
those out ot the high school on account
of illness are SIlss Ruth Angell nnd SIlss
KIMc Alger. Roy II. Hnrnes of the high
school is assisting In C. A. Riley's drug
store out of school hours. SHs Carri
Robinson has returned to tho high school
after several weeks' absence on account
of Illness. Mr. and Sirs. W. F. Churchill
attended tho eommandory reception and
ball at Slorrisvllle Slonday evening. Mrs.
Abble Wnrren of tho central telephone
offb e was given .1 post card shower on
her birthday by subscribers on lines $ and
4. K. C. Stills Is recovering from a pain
ful accident. While unloading logs a
binder chain truck him In the mouth
breaking several teeth nnd otherwise in
juring him. 11. H. Reed, who has car
ried on o 1; Luce's Sltishcodiy farm
the past two vets. Is moving to West
minster, win re lie will be employed nr
cream gatherer for C. F. Hddy's cream
ery there. Hngel f'ohb will be employed
b Sir. Fddy In Kvansvllle. 1'rnnk l.a
teaii Is moving t.i George Town's tone,
merit and will work for Sir. Town.
George Fred Adam' of Moscow and SIlss
I.onorn Roblno:i of Ludlow were mar
ried by the Rev. J Q. Angell February
.ills. Mabel luew,, housekeeper for
Georgo I.awieme In Stowo Hollow, Is
critically 111 with pneumonia. Overseer
L. L. Harris- has taken the woman's
little daughter away to bo cared for.
Sliss Nellie Watts, who Is teaching In
Haverhill, Mass., Is visiting her parents,
Sir. and .Mrs. Ghtndler Watts. Sliss
Hernlre Lang is nut of school this week
on neomint or Illness. Postmaster A. H.
Cheney Is 111. ( buries Gale nnd tho
Sllsses Polly and Hlvira Gale visited In
Morrlstown over Sunday. Charles Lang
of Caiiibrldgo is moving to the Slushco
d,iy farm. .Mrs. c A. Simmons and Mrs.
N. II. Knlser have brcn called to G'eens
isiro by the serious Illness of their
mother.
A meeting of the citizens of Stowe was
held in the Akelcy Memorial building
Tuesday evening to further consider the
matter of contracting for electric lighting
of the strtots and dwellings, c L. Mc
ilahon presided and briefly outlined the
scheme as developed and introduced
.Messrs. Slayton r.rrt Stnflord of the
itorrlsville Light & Power i.mipany, M.
G. (.'lark of the Western Hleitric com
pany ami Mr. Hampson of the General
Llectiic company. 11 was estimated b
th.'se men that ihe cost of Installing the
plan' to light two miles of village runtts
would be leitween JJ.i'iO fii.d ir.SOi), for
which the suggestion is th.it the illago
Incorporation bond. W. 1. Chin chill
stated that between 70 and Vi residents
would Install electric lighting In their
homes, and that such private consumption
would furnish a protlt which would be
used In paying Interest and ultimaiitely
capital. O. K. Luce stated that It Is
proposed to nsl: the town meeting to vote
a ta of five cents on a dolle.r for a term
of live years lo cover cost of lighting
streets, nnd that only abo.it J2tt would
fall oil the taxpayers oiitsldi- the villain
limits. The representative!-, of the
elect! le companies answored a running
fire of uuestlonx and the general senti
ment was 'ir.e of satlsfsftlon with the
figures submitted. It Is hoped that at the
town meeting the scheme will be adopted
and the necessary appropriation made for
lighting streets while, the village votes to
install mo piant. uen .Newcity was
taken by Sheriff Town of Hydn Park to
ilontpeller Tutsday, where he Ir
sentenced to rerw; not !es than three or
ruor than four months for breaking the
conditions of his probation .Mabel Drew,
who was 111 with pneumonl 1 at George
Lawrence's in South Hollow, died about
one o'clock Wednesday morning, having
been ill since Saturday She came to
Mr. InwtencM's from .Mori i -villi about a.
week no. The woui.en was apparently
about i'Ji years old. Deride.! the daugh
ter, five or I'll years of age, who wa
with her, no relatives are known. As her
rc'ldeiiee Is not known she will bo burled
by tho town. Tho funeral will bn held
at Sir. Iuwrenro's a two o'clock this
afternoon. The ladle of Unity and
Slethoi.i- Kplscopal Churches will serve
public dinners at their respecthe vestries
ns usual on town meeting eluy.
Mrs. Frnnk Heath of Johnson and her
mother, .drs. Hannah Hddv, will move t"
Stowe and occupy rooms in John Foster's
houso on -Main street Tracy llawley,
who was thought to be Improving eifter a
long Illness, now ban the grip -Twenty-llvo
members of Mansfield Camp, SL W.
A., visited the Wntrrhury camp Tues
day evening, going by special car, Thn
irrammar school closed Wednesday for
the remainder of the week on account of
thn continued Illness of the teacher, Miss
Lola Hillings. f. S. Snider of Hoston
visited his mother, ilrs, L. H, Tomllnson,
Tuesday. SIlss Howes, who has ben
caring for ...rs. L. H. Tomllnson during
a several weeks' Illness, returned to
Hurllngton Wednesday.
M0RRISV1LLE.
Sirs, P. C. Kllrldgo of Iford
wlck ha been a g-ufst for a fow
days of Mrs. Laura Titus.- Mrs, If. Walte
returned Friday from a visit with rela
tives lu St. Albans and Alhurg. D. II
Flood hiiH completed work for the Htowe
Lumbtr company and returned to WI
nooskl. Mrs. W. II. SIcNnll was called to
llardwlok Friday by the snddon death of
her fAtlior, N. H, Larabeo. Miss Lillian '
Hanson was given a surprise party Batur- I
day eivenlng nt the homo of Sir. and Mrs.
A. R. Campbell, about 30 young ladles be- '
lug present.- 'Sliss Hanson will accompany
Sir. and .Mrs. Henry Gallup to Oregon ,
leaving to-day. SIlss Jennie Allen ns-
turned Friday from St. Albans, where she
visited her sister, Mrs. A. C. Llttol. I
Arthur Stancllft returned from Hurlfng- 1
ton Friday. Sirs. S. K. Sttvenn has re
turned from a visit with relatives In
Knosburg Falls. Sliss Juna Hinds re
turned to Huntington Saturday. Clarence
.1. Thomas, Allen Phillips and John Rock
left Saturday for Hudson, N. V whero
they will work for the United Construc
tion company of Albany, N. Y, -Sir. nnd
-Mrs. K. A. Smnlley celebrated the 40th
nnnlvorsary of their marriage Friday.
ilr. and ilrs. P. L". Hrndford will soon
movo to Waterbury. where ho has em
ployment. Sirs. Carrio Slnnnlmt of St.
Johnshury, a former resident, passed Sat
urday nnd Sunday with her sister, Mrs.
Lawrence Coblelgh. Sir. and Sirs. Em
fry Lucia have moved to Wostford.
.Miss Helm Russell Is vlsltlnc In St.
Johnshury.
SIlss Myrtle Hedrll returned Slonday
from Oxford, N. II. , where she has visit
ed hor parents, Sir and Sirs. Fred
RcJoll. A team belonging to Sir. Peter
son of Stowo became, frightened Stonday
evening and tan away, going up Portland
street to Slain and down that street to
the Fos.i block. The horses attempted to
makn the turn Into A. C. Redoll's livery
stable, but were thrown and sliding to
the building tho neckyoke Ftrnck the
pinto glass In the Wilkin's timber shop,
smashing It entirely. No further damage
was done.- Willie Kelley went to Wnler
vlllc Slonday to visit his grandparents,
.Mr. and Mrr. R. SI Wlllty.-SIr. D.nd
Sirs. W. J. Rlgelow of St. Johns-bury
were guests Slonday night at tho Randall.
-II. A. Slay ton nnd G. A. Wllklns were
called to Hurllngton Slonday to serve on
the grand Jury of the U S. circuit court.
-Miss Lllllnn Slaytin went to Hurllngton
Monday to visit he-r sister, Sirs. Carl
Hrowne'il. SIls Florence Chaffee went
lo Fairfax Tuesday to visit her sinter,
Miss Maud Chaff-e, teacher In Mellows
Free. Academy. Mr. and Sirs. A. H.
Ring, who have conducted the boarding
house on the l.iporto dairy fnrm. have
moved to the village Sir. Ring will as
sls' his father In the Ico business. Sir.
and .Mrs. C. H. Pecker are In Hakcrs
fiold, guests of her brother, 13. G. Perry,
mid mother, Mrs. Clara Perry. Wallace
H. GUbeil of Hurllngton was a visitor
here Monday nlght.--Mrs. M. J. Leach
of Wolcott vlslte-d friends here Tuesday.
Mr. nnd Sirs. .Maro Churchill of Gran
Itevllle are visiting the former's parents,
Sir. and .Mrs. W. J. Churchill. -Sir. and
Sirs. Albert H. Hentley of Stowe have
moved to the boirdlng house on tho
Laportc dairy farm. Kighty couples at
tended the Commandery concert, recep
tion and dance .Monday night. Sirs.
Hugh Curhmnn and SIlss Allle ?mlth
Mslt-1 In Hardwlck Tuesday. ilrs. W.
S. Hwlt7cr, who has visited her sister,
ilrs. Geonro Hlnlr, in Hurllngton, return
ed home Tuesday. Sim was accompanied
by .Mrs. Hlnlr and they are visiting their
parents. Mr. and ilrs. Chnrles Nee. Mi.n
Rachel Parker of Johnson Is the guest
of Miss Hcrnlee Kellogg.
There will be a grand temperance rally
at town hall Slonday evening. A union
temperance meeting was held at the Puff
er Methodist Kplscopal Church Sunday
evening, ami another will be held nt the
Congregational Church next Sunday even
ing, the local pnstnrs speaking at both
meetlngs.Mr. and Sirs. A. W. Stone left
Slonday morning for their new home In
Oregon. -Sirs. Rruce .McDonald returned
Saturday evening after passing a week
with relatives In Wolcott. 13. G. WIN011
went to Hurllngton .Monday after passing
n week with his fatnlly.-SIr.-. 13. H
Towne, sen and daughter, of Johnson,
were guests over Sunday of .Mr. and
-Mrs. F. L. Stewart. Mrs. Charles Stern
bur? of Greensboro was a guest Saturday
of her aunts, Mrs. i:mma Marvin and Miss
llettle Stcrnburg.-'Mrs. Clirn C,ir,ant was
a lsltor In Hurlingtnu Monday B. W.
Webster left We-dnesdny for Maron
ettc, 111., and win visit his for'-er
home in western Cnnnda on his return
lure about the middle of May. .Mrs. P.
S Scrlhner of I'nderhlll was a giiesi
Sunday of the Misses Hunhoo. Mls Ruth
Rodgcrs of Hurllngton was a guest S it
urday and Sundny of her aunt, Mis. Clara
Connnt,
JOHNSON.
Severnl from here attended the district
meeting of the Knights of Pythias at
Morrisvllle Thursday. -J. O. French and
Mrs 13. E. Hodsklns returned Thursdav
night from Pennsylvania. Perlev Hcdir-
ktns was In Hurllngton Thursday. .Mrs.
K. t. . ( rlty and Joseph Jacobs were
married by the Rev. J. K. Fuller at her
residence Thursday night and are spend
ing their honeymoon at St. Johnsbury.
ilr. and .Mrs. r. N. Nicholson of Rur-
UliKton have been guests of C. H. Stearns
nnd family for a fow days. David
Colomb was called to Oroveton, N, H.,
by tne sudiien death of his mother last
Snturday.-,Toeph Jacobs and bride have
returned from their weddlnjt trip and will
soon occupy the, Heath house near tho
station -ft M Hebb spuit Sunday with
his family In Jeffersonvllle. 13dward Mill
from Fletcher spent Sunday with bis
brother, Pert, returning Monday. Joseph
WTShcr, who Is manager of a talc mine
in Rending, spent Sunday with his family
here, returning Mondiy. O. II. Landon
11ml daughter, Mrs. O. A, SIcFarland,
started Monday for South Hero to at
tend the funeral of his sister, Mrs, H.
D. Allen -Mrs. K. II. Towne spent Sun
day In Slorrisvllle. Mr. and Mrs. Max
Wilson were guests of O. II. Wilson
Sunday. Mrs. Jnmes SlcCuen has return
ed from Hardwlck
WATERVTLLE.
Sim. Fred Darrah Is spundlng Hie week
with friends In Hurllngton. Henry ilnnu
and A. A. Macumber of Troy were Iti
town on business Slonday and Tuesday.
F.lmer Leach spent Sunday with his sis
ter, .Mrs. Will Chase, at I3ast Fletcher.
The condition of Capt. Moses McFarland
remains about the same as last week.
E. C. Wells has bought tho Wymnn
Wuthercll placo at the upper village of
Ivlmoi' Wethtrell. Robert Wllley was
called to Hoston, .Mass., by the death of
his brother, llonry Wllley. Mrs. Charles
Clark Is very 111 and hr parents, Sir. and
Sirs. Lewis Robinson, are with her. Mr.
Hid Mrs. 13. I). Sloan ot Montpeller spent
the past weiek with her sUter, ilrs. Pearl
Tobln. Mrs. Kdward Leach Is spending
the week with her sister nt Cambridge.
CAMBRIDGE.
Mrs. Sarah Sullivan died Frld-iy morn
lug after a leveral years Illness. She Is
survived by throe daughters and four
sons. Thn funeral was held Monday
morning at eight o'clock. Mrs. Frank
Willy Is quite sick with plural pneu
monia. Her daughter, Sirs. Rice, of Al
burg, Is caring for her. -Mr. and Mrs,
John Safford nro visiting In town --Mrs,
H. N, Gray and daughter, lluba, enter
tained 20 ladles Wednesday i.irnoon at
CM,- Honey Payne Is confined to the
house by sickness, .Miss Roba Gray was
In Slorrisvllle Monday night to nttend the
Knight-Templars ball. Ralph Smllle
moved Into tho finish tenement vacated
by Joe Lcmerlse Tho Women's Relief
f'orpn held nn enjoyable card party nt
their hall Friday evening The marriage
U Sir. Wallace Lirnrd and Miss Annie
Rogers has been announced Joo Ixmerls
has moved from the Ilrush tenement to
tho Rlllnwood house. G. A. Harrows of
Slorrisvllle wan In town Saturday, the
Ijuest of relative. Leo Horner was In
Hurllngton Thursday. William Hodges of
North Hyde Park Is In town, the guest
of Charles Tobln. SIlss Friinou llobart
left Saturday morning for Sin Ingfleld,
Mnss., where she has a poslllon In a
publishing houso, Mls Myrtle Wallace-1
Is soon to, open a mlllitirry parlor In the)
Arshnmhault block. Allen Patterson ot '
St. Mlchnel's College spent Sunday with
W. L. Grlswold. The Cambridge Grange '
nro to entertain the Morrlsvillo Grange
nrxt Wednesday. The young son of 1
LMatthew McGnlre died Moudnv morning
-Thn jming people of the Coiigregatloiuil 1
society will hold a oelnblo Friday even-1
Ing at (he home of Mrs. II. N. Grnr 10
meet the Rev. Sir. and Mrs. Trill. j
Mr, and Mis. C. .1. Lain? are moving j
to n fnrm In Stowe. Mrn. Parsons of
New York w'ss called here by the
r.eath of hor mrVther, Mrs. Sullivan.
Dr. G. II Newton wns a Usltoi In
Hurllngton Monday. Mrs. McCoimtc
nnd fop were In Montpeller .Monday.
Mrs. Frod Shanley of Fndnrhlll was
In town Saturday.
.Maurice Hoozau of Fletcher nnd Hern
Ire Corse of Fletcher were married Sat
day afternoon by the Rev. A. A. Slan
dlgo at the Slethodlst pursonago.
WOLCOTT.
Tho war drama, "From Sumpter to
Appomattox." by nieimbers of Crystal
Chapter, O. 13. S., was presented to n.
large and appreciative audience Wed
nesday evening, Fobmary 22. Tho
mualn furnished by Lawsoli orchestra
was especially fine ami the vocal sel"c.
tlon.i by S!r. and Sits, Ltwaoti excel
lent. A suppe- and dnncu followed,
with about 4e couples at'tetiding.
JEFFERSONVILLE.
Tho band fair held In Woodmen's block
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday even
ings waH 'i su'ec-s as well .is a verv
pleasant social event. It has been esti
mated that the three evenings were it
tended by meire than a thousand people.
The hand netted over S350. .Mi s. J. A
Waterman, who 'pent several days at
South Cambridge nnd this place, leturned
to Hurllngton Tuesday night. Mr. Roan,
who has occupied the ntearns fnrm the
past year, has moved to a farm at
Fletcher Station, and Sherman Hodgeis
has rented and taken possession of tlu'
Stearns farm. J. Swift re-cently visited
his parents at Corinth. FratiK Pope of
Hardwlck was rec-ntly the guest of his
brothers, S. K. and George Pop-. Sliss
Howrlgan l the guest of her sister, Mrs.
George Westman. W 13. Hunt of ICssex
Junction has taken posse-sslon of the mill
property, which he purchased of the es
tate of the late J. SI. Wilcox. There will
be a church social In the church parlors
Thursday evening. The schools In Cam
bridge the past year have cost the town
JD,uefi.79.
HYDE PARK.
Word was received here Friday an
nouncing the death of Charles Whlt-oml
of heart disease at his home In Llnelen,
Cal., to which place he moved last Starch,
lie wns a life-long resident of this town
The senior class of the L. C. A. gave
"The Deacon's Second Wife" Frldayeven-
ORANGE
RANDOLPH
George C. Moonej , a furiMir teieurnph
operator at this station, but later ticket
agent nt White River Junction, di.-l
Ftb. -M at thai pi. ice -md the bodv wu
tnken to Fllenburg, N. V., for burin1
and funeral services He was &! yeuis
old.
Sirs. Hmogcne Gond.ilii of South Rov il
ton is the guest of her daughter, .Mrs.
II. II. Hay ward. .Mrs. Johnston of
Lebanon, N. H., came Friday for i few
days' visit with hor daughter, Mrs. w
F. Kdson. Sirs. C. A. Densmoro of
Chelica and Sir. George Hatch of .Mil
ford, N. II., who hive heen guests of
.Mr. nnd Sirs. A. 11. Powers, left here
Saturday. Col. A. R. Chindler nnd son,
A. K. Chandler, nre In town for a few
dnys from New York. Miss Wlnnlfred
Richmond, a"'omp.m!ed her grandmother,
Mrs. Ira Jones, to Roynlton Saturdiy,
where the latter will remain some time
with her daughter, -Mrs. George Lulrd.
Mr. and Mrs A. If. Powera were lu
Hethel Saturday, guests of Mr and Mrs.
E. A. Davis The school operetta,
"Princess Chrysanthemum," nt .Music hnll
Friday nlht was a success in ovory
way. Miss Cora Ilolbrook has been en
gaged by W. R. Mcsser as cashier and
general assistant for his new millinery
store In I.irre nnd will enter upon l.er
duties the first of April. Miss Rose
Taylor, who has been stopping at 1'". W.
Jewell's for a few weeks, has gone to
Mrs. Mnrv Goldsbury's before 1 eturnlng
to tlnr.cocK. - Klmer Flanders wa-- in
Cheisea Sunday. .Miss LI Ha Jerd experts
to go to I lion. N. V., to take u position
as graduate nurse In n hospital March 1;
Sirs. Iauta Cushrnan, who has been
here "eiernl weeks. l"tt Monday for
a few davs' stay In White River Junc-tlon.-Gerrrge
Mann of iMWey'B .Mills
wns inlled here Sunday by the Illness
of his parents, Mr. and -Mrs. William
Mann. A largo and enthusiastic
Grange meeting was held hero on
Saturdny night, nt which thern was a
discussion 1111 "Reciprocity." The
ipeakeis for the atllrmutlvo wort!
Ciooige II. Slack an. I the Hon, V. I.
Spear, and the negative. D. H. Morso
and Alonxe. Finery. It was finally do
(bled to send a message of dlsappi ovul
of the tieatv to Was hlngKni. exproas
ing the voice of the Grange. --Archlii
.Monroe, one of the day opei.itois huio,
was called to Hurllngton by the death
of his mother Satui day. ills" Rut'"
Freeman and Miss Pearl RlsitiK of
Ciuremont, N II., weie over Sunday
t.uests of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Patch.
Charles llurrldge, living em ihe Roch
ester road, has been vory 111 for sev
eral days with pnnuinonlii, and at the
advanced ago of si yeniH It '
doubtful If he recovers Mrs. Ltno
uene Goodalo of Smith Roynlton, who
has been with hor daughter, Aire H.
II. Iltiywuid, for several days, re
ti mod to her home Sundae. Miss
Salispra of Hethel Is visiting lir uls
ter, Miss I3lldu Saiispia, at C i.
Osha's. The annual meeting of ,1"
Randolph, Hraintreo and Itrooktleld
I'lsh nnd Game League was held In
Grange hall In Hast Hraln'treo Satur
day, when tho following olllcers were
elected- PieHldent, Georgo W. Flugg;
v'ce-presldeiit, Lymnn H'litchllisoii;
seeretiiry, Guy a. Cloughj treasurer.
Fred L Flint; directors, Lymnn Hutch
inson. John Fntled, D. H. Howe, G. H.
Howard and Arthur M. Vaughan, At
the conclusion of tho business sesnlon
thn president, Goorge W. I'lagg, In
lted the cut ho company ''o a liainiuet
U tho hotel --Elinor Flanders went
to Chelseii the yn of the week, -illss
Mabel Pciit'ns hi leturned from
Rochester ws hi" bei n ro-e, 1
f thn contitiued falling of Frank Ilo
F. D. ABERNETHY
Successor to
H. W. ALLEN vV CO.
7sVith the opening of t-Kc S pring season we
wish to direct attention to the especial merits of
the
Front Lacing Gossard Corsets
The new Spring own will possess new style
features to which the Gossard Corset most perfectly
conrorms.
f' AW c f 7 I o'' to I
HV e,. y 4 0
w A;eV.Vj' I k
fV'vwvvK Mil
11 Jwiwk
H 1
The perrection or desig'n in these corsets as ex
emplified in the 12 different models shown is re
markable. Ve strongly recommend them.
I The prices are $5.00, $6.50, $8.00, $8.50 to $12.00.
F. D. ABERNETHY
bait, who Is ill at Ess v Juintion
Fied I'Hiil'.iliks of Ni'wpori, N. II.
was an oci Sunday gusi in town.
Dlstil.'j upeilntendent W S. Smithers
of Monlpeln r wis the gut st of the Re
J W. Hamilton Tuesdav eNO-img and the
.-.in e i veiling met the ollliiat- of tho
MethoI'M Church. Miss lulsle Whitney,
who has liem ill nt the home of N. c.
Greene, wei.t to her home In Tunbrldge
.Monday. Mrs. Jennie Porter of Clare
mont, N. H., Is pas-tug a fow days with
Mrs. c. u Prntt and on Tuesday the
went to l.i'thc! lo visit Mrs. K. V. Ilrowti.
- Aboui To members and friends of the
htotheihood atiendd the ine'eting at the
parish ho i--e Mondav night. Following
the sitppei at, udliesH was given by the
Rev. ,1. W chesbio and a general dis
cussion in regard to the .-.ilsliig of fund
for the port base of an ambulance for the
sanitarium. It Is understood that the
chari'b. riln l irm and the hoarding- houBe
and l-uid belonging to '.he Moulinn Stock
farm havo been sold to New Turk
parties. The I.. 4V. Jerd market has
changed' Its firm nanv . it now being
I. A. .lord Hops Mr jerd very I I
with a hear' trouble and fears lire e-i-li'i-t-.ilned
In regard to hl i ondltion. Ml -s
Helen Moise. a student tit Montpeller
Seminary, Is the guest of Ml I.eda
Fassett - Poll Hrothers have onKnged
Harold Oilman of limesburg as clerk.
Dr. K. (i. I'lanchard has been confined
to the house for several day with the
grip, Mm. G. A. Cbedel Is now able to
be out after being eonllned to Ihe house
by Illm -'S for several days. Col. A. R.
Chandler and his son, A. E. Chandler,
returned to New York Tuesday. W. 11.
.Sargent nnd c. u. Hollls were in P.elhel
Tuesday.
SIlss I'loronce llobait went to hor
homo In Windsor Wednesday for n
few dnvs' vacation. Sirs. Fiank Iler
nrk died at four o'clock Tuesday
afternoon after u lnim period of 111
health caused by a dbienBo of the
mart. She was burn In Hralll'iroe.
the daughter of .Mr. nnd Mrs Samuel
Spear, and had readied the uro of 5S
years. Aftor her marrlnpro to Frunx
Horrlelt sho ramo hoie where sho hud
since made her home. ilrs. Ilerrlcl;
is survived by her huband and a
daughter, Miss Alice derrick, and a
brother, Columbus Sponr, living In
I'l-Httleboru. The funeral will be
held at her late homo uiIh nftei noon,
tho Rov. Frumir MnUnor olllclalllig
riul Intermemt will be In Southvlew
iciiio'tery. .Mrs, Clnrk of Mlddlotow n.
Conn., was tho giust Wednesdiiy of
Miss Welch nt V. 1. Spear's. ilis.
Alonaa Hmei y left Wednesday for a
Islt of a fow weekH with her brother.
Chailes Wood. In Soniorvlllo, iMass.
I ho beneflt dntico nt Grnngn hall
Tuesdii evening notted only Jio.no.--Vlii.
death f L A. Jord occurred Wed
n. Hilav inornlng. For sovoral days
Mr. Jeul bad been In a crltlciil eoudl-
t on witl' heart trouble from which
1 h'ol l"ng suffered nnd doath cnnie
svddeiil.. . L''wl A. .lord was born In
Cun.i 1 1 ' '"' 1,1,1 for "winy
vents be 'i llv(,d V''mont. Ho
came lo" f"oln """'fue
'. ,. f . b i otb.-r, Fi "ink, who
i olid,. I '
l,i. 1 i o
s liere After
o'i t tie State
, ' . ' hi i plai os
lew.
i o
I '
I.e. 'f '
1.
1 1 lu Ii
With fulling health be was obliged
o renminbi, much uf tho rare of tho
1 isiness nnd his sons. Fred and
ieoige Jeid. who wero partners In
'riie company, this week have attend
ed to Its Int-rest. .Mr. Jerd Is Mir
'iv'c ly his wife nnd two sons and a
daughter. Mrs Lewis Williams, living
Lore, a mother. .Mrs. Melina Jerd of
Rralntree. three brothers, Julius Jerd
ot Hraintreo. Frnnk Jerd of Gouver
neur, N. Y., and Charles Jard ot ilont
; 1 1 II r-r. besides two slstois, Mrs. Sld
t" Ifaiiil of ilontpeller nnd one llv
ii. b in California. It has been de-
ole.l to repeat the school operetta,
' Princess Chi ys.inthemum." tho last
of the month -.Mrs. W. II. Glnddlng
Is entertnliilng her -ister. Mrs. Wil
pain Cleveland of Wost Somervllle,
this week. Genrg-e Mann returned to
Dewey's .Mills Wednesday, leaving his
parents, Mr. and Mis. William ilnnu,
o'.ttoh Improved. Frod Pecuo Is Im
proving Mr. and Mrs. James Spauld
liur of Wnsblnuton, D. C, arrived
Tuesdnv for a short tay wi'h Lyman
Hutchinson Wednesday Sir. Spauld
Inp b rt here leaving .Mrs. Spaulding
pi-company his mothor. Sirs. Har
vey S uiubllng, to Washi"gton inter.
c.itrol Slark nas been ill for several
ibiv with tnnMlltlH. from whb li he is
new ree i . erlng - illss Jessie .Morgan
if Rochester arrived here We Inesdav
for a two dnys' stay at M'-s. Su.-an
i labrlollo's. Tho remains of Sirs.
William Laird of White River .lunc
tlon were brmignt hero Thursday for
in'lerment.
RANDOLPH CENTER.
A Longfellow loniert was given at Nor-i.-ul
hull Sinn l.n c. ini ig unib r the dlrne
1'on or Ml-s l.orli.da I.. Rrown. lustruc
i r of iiiu-ic ut the Nonii.d There was
liigliir, '-ilven bv the si-hool chorus and
Tin Vii' me Hho ksmiih." a cantata, by
the si bool, ,Mls Sleep of Ho-.ton was
render and Sir. Dowd of Springfield and
.Mr. Hrov.-u of Westtleld assisted.-ills.
Mark of Hurre Is hero to care for her
daughter; a Normal student, who Is sick
.it tl ii Gilb. it House. The trustees of the
State Atrrl.-iiliui-.il school were here Fri
da sevking loe.itlon for the inrn that
1 1 u ii'e io build the ' lining summer.
The. de-in to orrei t ,i nope the! the
l iei Pros- o in last wciks Issue Hint
the ,'bool was lo crmiuei.ee Dei ember 1.
'I he seho'il Is to coninu'. i e Sepo-mb. r 1.
NEWPORT.
The Rev Ul oit r Lariied closed his
services as n-.'tor of St. ilnrk's Church
Sunday. .Mr Lamed has a position as
asslstunt 1e1tnr.it Ilrlstol, R. 1. A gnnio
of basket ball 111 Academy hall between
Hardwlck town and Newport high school
resulted lu a victory for Now-port, 27
to 23. A daughter was bm 11 to .Mr. and
-Mrs, Hufiis W. Spear Fcbiuary 24. Tho
water commissioners have found It neccs
sry to turn the water off between the
hours of !i;00 p. in. nnd 6 00 a m to allow
the r. servolr to till It vv found tb.it
(Condoned on page
ORLEANS
GRAIN AND PRODUCE.
,,, , Now York, March 1
! LOI R-Qtilet nnd lower to scl Rej
elpts, 17,622, shipments. 644.
WIIEAT-Spot nrm. Futures markoi
was weak at the start on .able.,, pre
e lctlons ,f mrger receipts and favonib,,
c op advices, but rallied on covering
.t""" "l vancc. May ,',0Sed
El?-.r. Reecpts shipment.,, 2leo.
DATS-Snot ensv v, ....
, un.it.. inorKet wn
i. n'i' ,WMtH'n- l"l"5 noin.n.'
lle,eis Shipments nil.
SI GAR-Raw firm, centrifugal .M
Muscovado USO. mola-ses sugar tut
! fl-K'TE-Market for coffee futun
"v-1,,,1 M(-ny ftl
points In sympathy with rather belt.
I.uropean cbles ,han txpeetexl, ,
here v-a ver5 ilitle demand and prl, . .
became sens.uir,nan.. ,,.. .....,..
afternoon following a decline at Havr
tall: or lower firm offers froir Iiraz
reports of a -i.t k spot demand . . 1 1 . .
Ing lleiuldati, n and i,.nr press,,, Tl
close wns bately stendv at a ret k..s t
from :t to S3 lolnts. SVes y,-,y, t,a
M .tch $10 10: April, M ,nr , ," yn
July $10..C; Alio TUi.l v,., , ,,- . '
ft'. A Nov. Jf.71; Dec. , ,, ,f,n s
coffee oasy; No. 7 lib. . e. . x 4 iS,lri.
IS'ie; mild eoffeo ip ,. t ccrdoVtt , !
l4U, noinlnnl.
HOSTON PRODCci; vAt!Kr.r
I '-St on M ,r h 1.
FLOUR Spring pnt. s, J6 ;,
cle.irs, Jl.lfrril.30i wlnt-r .,-,.,ti j, xr,
t.rr.. winter strnlghfs Ji. viter
ilcurf, .'!.tv4.io; K 'I'-.is. 54 ur.
Cl iRNMLAI. AND ' I 1 M ( ,NT. ,
cornmeal, 41.0111 .f), --rar i:,ited "
3.10; bolted, 2.7Mf2 roll' e.n-nienu t'l
.2.; cut and groun 1 ri 4ot 1 f,,(i rye n0 ir,
$lfi4.70; graham, 43 Cy,t3.l-i. rje meal'
13.70.
l URN Car lot"-. pot 2 1
Vitjc; steamer ye, .v ;.,(., No 7 ,
Ceic; for shlpmei.-. X vellr i.
DDc; No. 3 yellow -, r.ic
OATS-Car lots, -" ,t Su l c
white, .ISijc; No 'ippe ' wh t.
w,
.it' m d
.7 i
.Ml. ,1 Clipped Wlu'e , , t, l(
?.",';ffi3';Hc; for slllpltirei f,ne' ,r ,' s,
SvVjc; regular, ,"A-lb, ',, , .71,, j..u,
Of'Tc.
HAY. STRAW AND MlLLFHi -D II .
choice, Jii'itK, No. 1, J2" '""fi; " Nei.
tMtW; No. 3, $13ril7. r-. strl.
fll.S'.'ulJ.iVl; oat straw, $r,o. s.,r.,lC r
42u.L'S(t:S.7S; winter brjn, f2Ti.7V!i. n .
dllngs, i2,.2tsr:-;:;i; mixed feed. ?
red Jog, J29: cottonseed meal. .-s v
need meal, JSO: gluten feed. 1'Si : st ,1
feed. 23, hominy feed, $2:.5fi.
PORK PRODL'CTS-Short ' in 1
heavy backs. $21.50; meellum 5 .
long cut. $22.7."); raw leaf laro. 10" r 1
drrtd leaf, li-Vc. pure lard. ll-. , brisk t.
1S'4C dressed hogs, fr'otiisc.
FRHSH MEATS Reef, extra sites, 9"
3He. heavy hinds, KArfllc, heavv fores,
7'ttiSc, spring bimbs, IHyfili.te-e, w'n'T,
sti'jc, yearlln-s, TfiSc; muttons. Cfi- ;
veals, ll'ilSe.
POULTRY Western turkeys, 24-u.V
native broilers, 23Ij"fic; northern f.w'
large. ISgilic; small. HOlSe; western
broilers, Is'xJf'c; roasters, la'iiUc medium
chickens, 1314e; fowl, 17617'ic, live fow,,
151 15c.
EGGS Choice he.r.nery, IftTjOfic, eastern
extras, 23ffr.'lc; western, lSlf'C, storage,
lS'ejlfJc.
RICANS Carload lots, pea beans. K 10
lt2.X; mediums, $2.203 2.25; yellow eves,
$2.2.VfT2.30; rel kidneys, $3.5c;ti3,m e'a
fornla small white, $2.7f5K.SO; foreign pea
beans, $2.15S'2.20; Scotch gren peas, $2.0)
1i3; Canadian peas, $1,ST.WL75. Lin 1
benps. 64ft7c: jobbing, 10c to lee higher
APPLF.S Raldwlns, fancy, K'So.rl br
No. 1. $4.:TiC; No. 3. $3.fIW: greenings
$4-iil.V; Northern Spy. $3.r5 russets
$3iil, Hen Davis, $3.jr!H; western In a
I apples, $2'i2.7S.
! POTATOHS Central Maine and Aro
stool:, $1-51.00 bg; sweets. 43TT3 2o b
I SI 1.35 bskt
I FRI'IT Cranberries. $2. 755ft ' rt $s ?
10 bbl; grapefruit, Sl.0fJ3 bx. ixtra 'an
! Jl .5 13.50; California oranges $: ."g" '
Florida. Jl TtVn2.23. Indian R.ver V..a
an;;erlnes, Ji'jj strap; strawbe-rl r, ' v
T.c bx.
The local refined sugar mniket Is quie
reflneis quoting granulated ind fine 1
t.TiV for bV-Vbl lots and 1 55e for 2 br's
The wholesale grocers' price is 4.Se j.
less than Jj bbls.
LIVE STOCK MARKET.
New York. Mar h
BHFVES Receipts 2.4f.o .Market s v
and lower. Steers ;5 V. to Jfi.if. n.. - 5,
to J5 12ti; cows $2.40 to fji1 Pressc 1 ie
slow a' ?li to 101, c.
CALVHS Receipts 1,4'rt; firm t" b
higher. Veals $7..'-i to $11 -nils $0 1
$7 U0. Dressed '-lives slow to lower
dressed veals, UVs-iibiljc; countrv ress,
lOHUt.
SIIF.I.P AND L.MHS Receipts '3.
Sheep steady, lambs lower. Shep $0.
$4.60. lambs IS 6 to $ 10. line c.ir 1.
, ent-llnps fo to '".
HOC.S Receipts 5,!7". Finn nt $7 3: to
J7.S0.
CHICAGO PDHODCCK MAT!- T
Chicago, M.ir I
RVI-Cash No. 2. S.IKnsfii'.
RARI,i:V Cash e35'a96e".
1 I.MOTH V c'ash W.wltH5". Mar 1
41 1.7Mi 12.50.
Cl.uV Kit-Cash IlO.fvfill 50. Star !i
.MS.W.
WHIi.T-.Ma.v fl',c, Julv s, Sc t
i7Jr-c
CORN -Ma? 4Sc; July 4v i7.o, Se '
I9ssc.
OATS .May 3o7,c; July lfS'.i4. Set
3ii K -
FOR K .May 417 fl7iin.70; July Jlfi-s.
LARD-.Ma.v f.'.lMf?.nis: Julv Jul. ,
Sept. 43.15
RI US Slay 49.521; July $0 12'.. Sett.
j:. 15.
FLUFR-Stenilv.
It Y F No. 2, sSfevf.c.
HARl.KY Feed or mining, 6."i"73c fair
to choice mailing, sifiOTe.
FLAXSKL'D No. 1 soutliwesiet n $.
53; No. 1 northwestern, S2.iiii.
TIMOTHY SKI:D-H1.7E.
Cl.(i KH-15i.i.
.M':SS PORK-(per b'l.) 419 J" ,j T :).
LARD-(per HO lb.) 4il.nr.!u".(i712.
SHORT RI US -Sides (loos.) 4s -7' (9 50,
SIDKS-fchoi t clear (bi'ixll JPi'2ji)9 5,
''IHCAGO GRAIN STATISTICS
Total ileal ancos of wheat and flour
wero eiiuul to bti. Prlmat receipts
for two d,ts were 474,vi bu . comp.uvil
with fiiki.tiOii bu. the corresponding day .1
year ago. l-tluiated receipts for to-mur-luw;
Whc.it 21 car; mm 117 mis onti
13ii cars, hogs, 2.0u) head.
IIPTTKR-Stead: , creameries, lfi'Uii' ;
dairies, 15i2b .
F.GGS Firm, receipts 12,454 cases, at
murk, cases Included, 13i14c. firsts. 17c,
prime firsts, He.
cni:i:Sl-Weak, 'dairies, i:V'5'l.V
twins, H(i1il2o; Young Ameilcas, l;4 j
lie; Long Horns, 12-t(fiHc.
POTATOICS Firm, choice to fancy, 43
04 43c; fair to good, -HHSc.
POULTRY -Steady, turkejs. drcsffJ
Ik', chickens, live, H'tc; dressed l.i
springs, live, H'jc, dressed 15e.
VI-JAL -Steady. W to CO lb, vvts, SUc
CO to S3 lb. vvts, lO'sc, S3 lu 111) lb vvU.,
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