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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS A?CD TIMES: TlU'llSDAY, SKlTlflinKIt 7, Mil.
HAPPENINGS IN YERMONT
(Continued from piiKe B.)
! rcct, whero thp Immediate relatives of
I r t ntrnoting parties worn present. Mr,
lid Mrs. Hurduoro left nil tho noon train
t Boston itml New York. The brlilc Wan
C miied In cream sutln messalliiu with
' il lac trimmings and woru a white
insborouuh hut nnd cnrrlnl nil emer
1 rosary Mrs. Conlln wore pale blue
f tin mos-allnc with sold trimmings and
hlac k picture hat and carried Amerl
. m beauty roses. Mrs. Brown wore pink
tin nuwillne with pearl trimmings nnd
black plcturo hat nnd carried pink
sos, Mr. llardaerp Is a well known
t islncss man throughout tho Stale, bav
in: traveled through tlm Slnii. tnr tun til
rears. Miss C'onlln Is the only ulster of
i iuuu i onun nml for tho past five, years
i is been n teacher In the public schools
Jere. They wcro tho recipients of many
Jifts nnd have tho frond wishes of a
udo circle of friends.
Miss Medn Rice Roes to Snleni, Mass.,
'o enter the normal school. B. A.
Stone Is spending a few days In New
Jork-MI's E. C. Allen returned to
Min. Mass., Monday. Floyd n. Itlco
begins work as a teacher of eommor
rlal subjects In tho Pcoksklll, X. Y.,
lrgh school September 11. Mr. Item
It '"on of Kssex hns moved to the farm
rwned 1 y Mrs. I.onla 'Macombef. Tho
Vi tingest datirehtcr of Mr. nnd Mrs.
t.rtrgc Tatro unilerwelit a successful
H. rRlcnl operation In the Fanny Allen
hospital Trldnv. The Haptlst society
n planning extensive repaint and Im
irovcments on their church. 1'nrt of
I! c walls nro to bo relald, a new
It e lc 'm'lt, etc.
Tl " W C. T. V. will meet with Mrs.
I . r i lie id Thursday at 12:30. A cordial
it vl on Is extended to all. After the
, r , r m there will ho a social hour with
r fn mv nts. Tho ball Biimo Saturday
i i, . t Kliclburno and Itlnosburg restilt-
, a lctory for lllnesburg, " to tl.
" r L. Walker and daughter, Hilda,
mod to Burlington Monday after
ik spvpr.nl days at J. II. Allen's.
in tel and daughter, Edith, have ro
i lo Saratoga Springs after a week
,i I Allen's. Harold Oilman of Itan
j is spending his vacation with his
' Ilopo Circle of King's Daughters
ii not with Mrs. Guy Tobey Friday
i nioon of this week.
p ihlle schools began Tues
i Hcpumber f with tho following
i High school, Horatio S. Heed,
r y of Essex Junction, principal,
r Miss Hena It. Huntley of Mlddlebury
t Mtit, No. 1, Miss Carolyn Tuber of
r ' ennes. No. 5, Miss Anna B. Patrick;
r II, Miss Hessle II. Weed; No. 0, Miss
Eraser, No. 7, Miss Lizzie Gaf
' No. S, Miss Hell J. Cogans; No. 9,
" i Margaret M. McKenzle; No. 10. Miss
K y A. Dwyor; No. 12, Frnnk Hollls.
r A S. Hull, Clnlro and Marcus
' havo returned from Cedar Beach.
'r E. I.. Degree and daughter, Hilda,
' navo been at Or. J. F. Miles', re
t r-.pd to Burlington Saturdny. The Rev.
tlr Sawyer and family, who have been
i 'hi lint; Sprint? Grovn camp meeting and
I'lns friends In New York State, re
t .rned Friday.
James Lillson hns purchased a fnrm In
N irth Fcrrlsburg, and will take posses
s d:i December I. Mrs. Marietta Stafford
i p New York, who has been visiting her
I pl.iw, Irving Bradley, has gone to Rut
l..lul and to Walllnglord, where she will
F end a month beforo returning home.
Mr? Almlra Green Prlnglc Is visiting rela-
i In town. Mrs. Frank Mablo of earn
er I ' md little son are visiting her par
ol , Mr and Mrs F. J. Grlflln. Miss
A na H nye.s returned to Hardwlck Mon
i iy t i resume j.er duties as teacher In the
irled .-' bool. Mr. and Mrs. Ilcderlc.
1 ' nnd son returned Mon
f (i n Thompson's I'. lnt, where
v -ivo icen spendln? soveral days in
'up I.ii lcn Cowan of Bakersflciu, who
s . ,icnt ,i week In town ns the puest of
1 nry Putu.itn, has returned home. The
I lire si '. imI opened Tuesday for the fall
t rm with Miss Mary Qulnlan as teacher.
Mrs T...m.ns U. Hart returned Tuesday
i tuo M.irj' Fletcher hospital, where
o 1 be -n for the past threo weeks
i clvhiR treatment. Miss Koso Garen,
( daufhter of Mr. and Mrs. Goorgu
tiaren. and John Early of Vei'Bennes were
I at rlc 1 Wednesday Aiirtust W at tho
C ittrh of Our l-,arty of Mt. Carmel by
t e lb v Father Campeau of Hhelburno.
Tuo brldil couiilo wero attended by Miss
A dee. I.e.ssur ai bridesmaid und Leonard
. ssor as KrooinMiimi. A weildlnB lireak
1 is was served at tho home of tho
lrllr's parents, to which tho immediate
fi'dly only were Invited. Mr. and Mrs.
1. rly will reside In Charlotte. Clayton
1 Gove tustnlned a broken arm and was
(t'ifiwibe .severely Injured as tho result
' n fail from tho roof of tho CoiiBrega
ml CI urch In Charlotte Saturday aft
m, while ciih'UKcil In valntlnB tho
r i idfry. llo fell a distance of over
f t and was taken In an Automobile,
e Marv Fletcher hospital In Biirlllift
IttvnrtH from tho hospital aro fa-
le, and It Is thought bo will recover,
,iir A Sprnffiio and daughter, Lillian,
cnti rtalnhiK tho Hev. MIsh Uorton
i 1 MlJs C iinnlntihnm of Massachusetts.
Hnrdy roturnexl Friday from Enos-ir-
Falls Mrs. J. IJumna of South Lln
i iln niid Fred and Frank Morrill of South
Htirkrboro wero called hero by tho seri
ous Illness of Khvood Morrill. Miss Ida
Lancor was at homo from South Burro
Sunday Miss Edith Guyetto is at home
from HuntliiKton for a few days. Elwood
Morrill underwent an operation Tuesday
f r appendicitis at tho Mary Fletcher
hospital. His condition is favorable.
Mra M J. IVaso of Jonesvlllo and her
JntiKhter, Elsie, of llurllni.'tou wero In
lwn Monday. ..Mrs. A. Williams of
Illchmnnil visited Miss Ada Brock Mon
day Edward Tomllnson was at home
fiom Watcrbury for a. short stay, return
ing Tuesday. Schools coinmeiued Tues
day with tho satiui teachers as In previ
ous term Elmer Hall, who took his wife
to BiirlltiKton for an operation, has re
turned, Sho Is R.ilninK slowly. Iran
rcKory Is iittenilintf school nt Jericho
I enter Mrs. Stephen Bllllnirs, who re
cently moved here from I'mleihlll, sur-
red a paralytic shock Tuesday niorn
1 it? and Is In a critical condltlun. cjulto
a few went to the fair at I'lattsburBh dur
ing tho week.
Mrs, Mlnnlo I'arker of Massachusetts
I WsltlnB at L. I'. Metcnlf's. John Cush
hi? and family hno moved Into tho
I hi o on tho Haceway, recently pur
h fil of A. W. Edwards. Miss Soulo
3f I ulrfield, teacher of tho grammar de
IMr'mrnt. Is at George FarreH's. Mrs. C,
M Lyririn, who has been very 111, Is Inv
I roving -Mrs. J. H. Itussell nnd n,
"Wlhle, are vlsltlns relatives In Fairfax.
Carl Mend and family went Wednefdiy
to Dauby for a few days, C V. Abbott
nnd children, who have been spending
tho fiiitnruer at ('mini Suunyslde. South
Hro, returned Monday. W. T. Bennett
1 as taken the mull routo formerly run by
Fdutird Blnkely.-Scnlt E, Terrlll Is
vlsltliif- his mother, Mrs. Wllllnm Jonefl,
for ii few days, Will Cross of Burling
ton has opened n barber shop In town.
Mrs. Edward Cass, who has been spend
ing tho summer at her daughter's, Mm.
Hale, left Wednesday for her homo In
Jamaica Plains, Mass. Miss llopo Scrlh-
ner started Friday for Boston, whero she
will visit relatives. She was accompanied
by Mls.i Llnr.n Chiulwlrk, who hns been
spending tho summer here. Casslus
Woodworth of Fairfax has bought John
Atchlnson's team nnd will gather cream
for the co-operative creamery --Mrs.
Theodore Buck and daughter, Marjory,
who have been visiting her mother, Mrs.
S. M. Palmer, returned Monday to their
homo In West Entleld, Me.
Mr. und Mrs. lllchaids nnd on, Mr,
and Mrs. L. A. Wells und Enoch White
wero In Colchester Friday. Alton Bonn
returns to California Wednesday. Mr.
nnd Mrs. I Till will accompany him as
far ns Michigan. Several from hero at
tended tho party nt Hnzel Everest'
Tuesday evening. School opened Tups
duy with Miss Ethel I.nndon ns teacher.
Mrs. Huth L. Wood, aged 83 years,
died at the home of her ton, A. B. Wood,
and tho funeral was held Sunday nt 11
o'clock at the house. Burial was In Mil
ton Boro cemetery. Mrs. Wood Is sur
vived by six children, C. H. Wood of St.
Albans, E. A. Wood of Georgia, Mrs. E.
A. Thomas of Randolph, Mrs. B. W. Wil
cox of Maine, A. B. Wood of Milton Boro
and Mrs. F. E. Hoyden of West Georgia.
also four brothers, Charles Landon of
South Hero, Fred Landon of Bristol, Jed
Landon of Nobrnskn nnd William Landon
The Rt. Rev. Bishop J. J. Rico of Bur
lington will bo nt St. Thomas's Church
Sunday morning, when ho will adminis
ter the rlto of Confirmation to a class
of children. V, L. Bennett began carry
ing the mall Monday morning, succeeding
E. W. Blnkely. who has resigned. Con
crete wulks nio being built about St.
Thomas's Church. The work Is In charge
of F. S. Tomllnson of Jerlrho.-F. C.
Slater 1ms commenced the building of his
new steam saw mill. Tho town schools
opened Tuesday for the fall term. Luke
F. Barrett nnd family of Shelbiirne visit
ed his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Barrett,
Siindny. A. B. Joy went to Montgomery
Tuesday for a few days' visit with rela
tives. Miss Mary I.cddy went to Fair
fax Monday to resume her duties ns
teacher In the public schools.
Alton Bean slatted for his homo in
California Wedn"s(ko. His aunt and
uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Amos Hill, will go
with him ns far as Michigan, whero they
will visit for some time. Mrs. Charles
E. Ofgood of Petersham, Mass., return
ed home last week after staying a few
days with his brother. C. E. Osgood.
Mr. Mansfield and daughter of Essex
were nt Lansing Smith's Monday. There
w.na a party at Mrs. Ida Earnost's for
the young people Monday evening. Mrs.
Sarah Costelln Is In Georgia at her
brother's, H. M i honey's. Mrs. Mc
Nally and daughter, Jessie, attended the
funeral of Mrs. Huldnh Meeker nt tho
village Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kay
havo returned to their homo In Brook
lyn, N. Y., after spending a two weeks'
vacation with their sister, Mrs, A. Mc
The school buildings havo undergono
their annual repairs, and tho last va
cancy among the teachers has been Hlled
and schools opened Tuesday morning
with tho following teachers: High school,
prlnolial, K. V. Malonoy of Wlllsboro, N.
Y., Mlddlobury, 1511; nsl"tant, Miss Kath
erine Henley of Richmond; Center, higher
grades, Miss Wallace of Fnlrtleld; lower
grades, Miss Des.a Holger of Jericho vll
lnpe; primary, Mrs. Lena Whltten Rice
Intermediate, Miss Mary Adrian; gram
mar, Lynn A. Brown; Lee river, Mrs. Eva
Ford Nealy; south district, Miss Nellie
Leonard; Nashville, Miss Ml la Seoley of
Jeffer.sonvlllo; Beartown. Miss Edith Der
by of Johnson; Wlnooskl valley, Miss
Clara Atherton of Essex Junction. Mrs.
W. E. Buxton and Miss Florence Buxton
wero In Burlington Saturday. Labor day
there was no mall bv P.. F. D. carriers
Among tho wedding presents nt the
Gomo-Parkcr wedding was $101 from the J
bride's father. Howard Sinclair went
Saturday to Jeffersonvllle to remain over
Sunday at the homo of his uncle, Wllllnm
Hunt. Mrs. C. T. Bentley of Andovcr,
who Is visiting her former home, was
given a party Friday evening at tho home
of her daughter, Mrs. Whlttlmore. Mrs.
Clark R. V.nrney died Saturday morning
at her homo near the village after a long
period of 111 health from a nervous dis
ease. Sho had been an Invalid for many
years and had been gradually falling for
tho last few months. Nancy Connor was
bom In I'nderhlll In the section called
Celley hill In 1V and was In her ".".rd
year. Her parents were Sumuel and Bet
sey (Rood) Connor. In 1SCC she was united
In marrlago to Clarke R. Varney. Sho
wn.n the mother of three children, two
sons and a daughter. Uurnell and Willis,
who died In 1S74, aged threo and four
years, and ono daughter, Miss Iena
Vnniey, who cared for her mother for a.
long time. Mrs. Varney was tho last of
lur family. Funeral services were held
at tho homo Monday afternoon nt two
o'clock and burial In tho family lot In
tho cemetery here. Mrs. Louts Lnbell
and sister, Miss Irene Carroll, of Hard
wlck are visiting relatives In town.
At tho annunl meeting of tho Baptist
Church the following officers wero elect
ed; Clerk. AV. R. Curtis; assistant clerk,
Mrs. M. A. Buzzell; auditor, S. E. Curtis;
treasurer nnd collector, W. E. Buxton;
finance committee, M. A. Buzzoll, 8. E.
Curtis, G. W. Foster; llternry commit
tee. Mrs. S, E. Curtis, Mrs. W. 13, Ilux
ton, Mrs. C. C. Buxton; chorister, Mrs.
M. A. Buzzell; organist, Miss Florence
Buxton; truslen for three yenrs, S. E.
Curtis; superintendent of school, S. E.
Curtis; assistant superintendent, D. 13.
Rood, Tho financial condition of tho
chinch Is satisfactory. Walter Strong of
Rlihmond Is nt Mr. Sister's. Elmer Kin
ney of Plensantvllle, N. Y Is visiting
IiIh mother, Mrs. Harriet Kinney. E. B.
Williams. O. II. Brown, L. F. Wilbur, F.
P. Perchnl and I''. W. Buxton wero In
Burllngtun Monday -Mrs Howo and
Miss Allen Howe, who have been visiting
hole, returned to Burlington Saturday.
Mrs, Mary 'Meade of Port Chester, N. Y.
was In town calling upon acquaintances
Mundny. Mr. und Mrs. Ixiron Richard
son of Croswell, Mich., who nro visiting
here, were gnosis of relatives In Burling
ton ovi r Sunday. Tho Rev, Mr. Reeso,
a former pastor here, who bus lately
r signed his pastorate In 9t, Paul,
Minn , on nccount of HI health, spoko nt
the Congregational Church Sunday nftor
noon. The weekly prayer meeting of tho
Baptist Church will bo resumed this
week. Mrs. Thomas of Washington, P.
C, who has been nt H. J. Desany's dur
lug the summer, started for her homo
Saturday. William Ladenu has tho con
tract this year for transporting tho chll
dreu in the llnnley nolshborhoexl, which
Is In tho town of Efsex, to and from the
village Hhcool. llo Is to carry 11. The
Rev. A. II. Slurges of the Methodist
Church conducted services Monday after
noon at two o'clock ut the homo for Mrs
Clnrlt R. Varney, who died Saturday
morning. A long procession of relatives
nnd friends followed tho remains to tho
cemetery, where they were Interred In
tho family lot. Tho benrera wero: Hlrnni
A. llnnley, .Ted T. Vnrnoy of this town,
Louis Atherton of Crnftsbury and Jed
Prior of Burlington. Among those from
away to attend were: Mr. nnd Mrs.
Louis Atherton of Crnftsbury, Mr. and
Mrs. Jed Prior of Burlington, Mr. nnd
Mrs, Flint and Wllllnm Potlnrd, Solon
R.nwson and Miss Lucy Rnwson of Un
derbill, Mrs. Clarence Morgan of Rich
mond, Airred Vnniey, Mr. nnd Mrs. Wll
llnm McLitne nnd dnughler, Charlotte, of
Westford. Mr. nnd Mrs. Uwlehi wiiii..,
Mrs. Charles Ransom, Mrs. Blood and
Charles Blood of Essex.
Mlln Scrlbner Is In Northfleld. vin
he has employment, Miss Jennln Tri,.i
nnd Mr. and Mrs. McNall, who wcro
called hero by the death of Mrs. C, R,
Varney, have returned to their homo in
Burlington and Westford. Mrs. Joseph
uissotietto, who is slowly Improving from
n serious Illness of several months, was
given a post card shower Monday In
honor of her "3rd birthday ntinlvcrsnrv.
Sho received about CO cards tvnn
White, who has been nt home for two
weeks, resumed work In tbn iifflco nt dm
Bnldwln Refrigerator company Monday.
uearon W. R. Curtis nnd Miss Lena
Wolcott hnvo been elected delegates to
tho Baptist Stato convention to be held
in Barro. Mr. nnd Mrs, Wolcott Beach
havo vacated W. E. Buxton's houso nnd
their goods 1 invn hern tnlten to T. T.
Thompson's nt Jericho Center, where
.Mrs. lie.nrh is at present. On nccount of
Illness i.MIss Florence Buxton was unablo
to return to Essex Junction Tuesd.iv
morning to begin her ti...d year In high
scnooi, nut went later In tho week.
Miss Mnry McMohon returned Tuesdny
from Cliff Haven, N. Y whero she hns
been during the summer. Ralph Buxton
Is detained from school on nccount of
Mrs. N. W. Wolcott. D. E. Rood nnd
S. E. Curtis nro delegates to tho La
moille Baptist association to be held at
Georgia Plain next week. There are ad
vertised letters at tho postofflce for Mrs.
Fannlo Bump, Mrs. Aurella Lyman, Miss
Elizabeth Guyetto. R. W. Brown re
turned to Burlington Monday evening
after a fow days' stay at home.-John
Schlllhammcr nnd son nro tho latest pur
chnsers of nn automobile. Mrs. Halo of
Riverside nnd mother, Mrs. Cnss. of Ja
maica Plain. Mass.. spent Sunday with
Mrs. Hale's daughter, Mrs. W. C. Jack
son. Mrs. Cnss starts this week for her
home but will visit her grandson, P. S.
MrGlbbon. and family nt Nnrthfleld
Falls. Schools In the village opened Tues
day morning with about 70 In nttend-nnce.-MIss
Bessie Pcrclval went Tues
day to Essex Junction to attend high
school Addlo Ynndow of Wllllston Is nt
Mrs. Herbert's nnd attending grammar
school. -Marjorio Whltcoinb Is ill. -Howard
Sinclair returned from Jeffersonvllle
Monday night and Is now 111. The annual
meeting of the Womnn's Foreign Mis
sionary society of tho Congregational
Church will be held with Mrs. M. O.
Balch Thursday afternoon nnd a full at
tendance Is desired. Mrs. George Em
ery, Paul and Miss Margaret Emery,
who have been spending tho summer
with Mrs. Emery's brother, J. A. Mc
C.ee, left Tuesdny for their homo In Lin
coln, Neb. MIbs Bertha Cochrano of St.
Albans Is Rt A. C. Brown's. Miss Genla
Hunt, who has been visiting Miss Emily
Howe, hns gone to Bnkersfleld, whero
Miss Clnlro Beach hap returned from
Pownnl. Miss Janet Gardner returned
with her. .Mrs. Bailey of Fair Hnvrn Is
a guest at C. M. Bylngton's. Tho Rov.
and Mrs. Qullck havo Issued invitations
to tho marriage of their daughter, Con
stance, to Thomas Adams, Jr., of Pitts
ford nt the Congregational Church on
the evening of September It at eight
Mrs. A. S, Poole died Friday aft
ernoon at her homo here, In her S2ml
Tho funeral of Mrs. Mary E. Poole was
held Sunday nt her lato home at 3 p. m.
Tho Rov. 11. C. Gullck conducted the ser
vices nnd spoke of her sterling character
as a mother, neighbor nnd friend. Tho
bearers were tho three sons, James, Earlo
and Aubrey, and a son-in-law, F. A.
Deyetto. William Footo had charge, and
interment was In the family lot, Grand
View cemetery. Clayton Govo was seri
ously Injured by falling from the Con
gregational steeple, which he was -paint
ing. One nrm was badly broken, nnd It
Is feared that he Is Injured internally.
Mrs. Huldnh G. Meeker died Thurs
day night nftor a short Illness. Tho
funeral was held Sunday nt 2;f) p. m.,
nt the Congregational Church.
Tho funeral of Mrs. Huldnh G.
Mooker wns hold at the Congregation
al Church Sundny nt 2:30 p. m.. tho
Rev. E. E. Herrlck olllclatlng. Theri
was a large attendance. Mrs. Meeker
will be missed by a large circle of
friends and the church of which she
had lonf? been a membor. Interment
was bosldo her htisbnnd In tho vlllngo
cemetery. Among those to attend
from out of town wcro her brother.
Stophen. Horrlck, nn,i daughter of
Rockford, 111., Mr, and Mrs. Harry
Horrlck of ergeiines, Eugeno Her
rlck and Mrs. Sarah Herrlck of Undjr
hlll, Mrs. Wallaco of Bolton, Mrs. A.
Kinney of Colchester and Mrs. Part
ridgo of Westford. Dr. nnd Mrs. J.
A. Drew of Rumnoy, N. I!.. spent Hun
day at Mrs. Drew's father's. C. A. Pratt.
Miss May Kennedy left Monday to
teach In St. Johnsbury, and Miss Clnra
Brown to tench In Vergonnes. Tho
year old child of William Lawrence,
which has boon very 111 with cholera
Infantum, died Sunday night. Mli
Flora Lyon of St. Albans Is visiting
her Blstor, Mrs. II. H. Bceman,
The funeral of tho little child of
William Lawrenco wns held at tho
house nt 11:30 Wednesday morning
with tho Rev. C. M. Redstr, officiat
ing. Interment was at Westford. Mrs,
O. H. Monty of Plnttsbugh Is spend
ing a fow days with Dr. L. C. Hol
comb. Miss Dorothy Frost nnd Lnw
rotico Martin nro attending high school
at Essex Junction. Mr, and Mrs. Aiken
S. Dentin of Boston aro visiting his
pnrents, Mr, and Mrs. Loon Denno.
Thoro will bo a September hop at the
Opera llouso Thursday evening, Hop
tembnr 7. Music will bo furnished by
Lossor't orchestra Mrs. Arthur
Thompson Is visiting her pnromts nt
Holdon. Frank Mayvlllo Is spending
a fow days' vacation ut home.--Mr.
and Mrs. H. A. BrusH attended tho
wedding of their son, Walton, In Fair,
fax Wednesday Mrs. W, V,
Ashloy nnd son, Daniel, returned to
tholr homo In Woodsvllle, N, H nfter
spending a few days with Mrs. Mnry
T. A. Pntnodo, chlof clerk at the
Harmony mills In Cohoos, N. Y., Is visit
Ing his parents. Master Claude Allen
has returned to Pnnton after a fow days'
visit with Mr. and Mrs. W. J, Sheridan
Mr and Mrs. Channlng T. White nnd
son, Henry, of Brooklyn, N. Y uro visit
ing Mrs, Mary White. -The Ladles' Im
provement society will meet with Mrs.
Fred Roberts Thursday afternoon, Sep
tember 7, at 2:30. All tho tchools In town
opened Tuesday morning with tho fol
lowing teachers: In the vlllngo schools,
Mr. Woods, principal of high school; Miss
McKenzle In Kr'imm.nr; Miss Fltz
slmonds, Intermediate; Miss .lackman,
primary; Miss Stoddard, nsslnlnnt In
grades; Falls school, Miss Loulso Gates;
Palmer school, Mrs, Nellie Flnnlsy; Sut
ton school. MI'S Knto Parmalee. All the
schools are very well attended. Mrs.
Jnmes Sutton, who has been visiting her
son, Wnlter, will soon return to her
daughter, Fanny Lake, In Concord, N. II.
Miss llurlburt of Colchester Is teaching
on Shclburnn Point. -Miss Elizabeth
Thorpo will enter Mlddlebury College this
fall. Ellsworth Weeks Is at homo from
Lako Dunmore, where ho has been
through tho summer. Mr. nnd Mrs.
Edwards of Boston nro visiting Mrs.
McNeil. Mrs. Carrie P. White and son,
Rotlln, will go next week to Bristol,
Tcnn., where they will spend this winter.
The regular meeting of t'hamplaln
Chapter, No. t5. O. E. S will be held In
Masonic hall Frldny evening, September
S. The Ever Ready Circle of the King's
Daughters will meet with Mrs. F. W.
Blssonett Friday afternoon, September S,
Miss Jennie M. Thompson started Sun
day for Woodbury, N. J., whero she
will tench school
E. F. Malonoy of Wlllsboro, N. Y
tho new principal of the high school,
Is nt A. C. Hnsklns's. Miss Gertrude
B.nrnum, who hns been at Bread Loaf
Inn, Mlddlebury, during the summer, Is
nt homo for a few days before return
ing to school. Mts. II. E. Bates and
grandson, Russell Bell, wero In Bur
lington Saturday. L. D, Moulton was
In Shelburno Sunday W. C. Field spent
Saturday In Burlington. Mr. and Mrs.
Wolcott Bench have moved their houso
hold goods from Jericho Int., . H.
Thompson's house. Walter Unrntim
went Monday to Concord, where he H
to teach In the high school another
year. Miss Seeley of Jotters mvltlc.
who Is to teach In Nashville, Is nt
T. J. Nash's. Joseph Shiner of Watcr
bury Is visiting his son. Clarence
Miss Unvens spent Saturdny In Essex
Junction. John Stiles of MlddlPht.tJy
sppnt Sundny In town with relatives.
Miss June Wnlston hns returned from
Boston, where sho hns bjen for sev
eral weoks with an aunt Mr. and Mrs
Alfred Moore of Boston are guests of
Mr. nml Mrs. F Jr Pease Mrs. G
M. Wlllnrd, Mr. and Mrs. Guy llnnley.
Mr. and Mrs. Jnmes Safford and Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur Morso attended tho
funeral of Mr Clark Varney nt the
Wolcott Beach Is at home from Burling
ton on account of poor health. -Wayne
Nealey has returned from a visit In West
ford and with his sister, Mrs George
Whltten, In Essex. Tho high school
opened Tuesday morning with an nt tend
ance of 3,1 compnred with 31 last year. The
entering class numbers 12 ng.nl list lfi last
year. Those entering are Gretchen Allen.
Fannie McG-lnnls, Edward Rugg, Wil
liam Schtlllinmmer, Robert Cai-ey, Arthur
Prn,tt. Harry Hosklns, Clarence lnilean,
David Keefo and Gladys Tomllnson of
South Burlington nnd Raymond Rloknell
of Underbill. The boys In the school now
number 1C, the largest since the school
opened. Tho people of ne village will
glvo a reception at tho rchool ulldlng
Friday evening. The attendance In the
grades was D2 on the opening day, " In
the higher department and 21 In the pri
mary. Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry L. Murdock
wcro most pleasantly surprleed Tuesday
evening when a large number of thplr
relatives and neighbors gathered at their
homo to remind them of their 10th wed
ding nnnlvenvirv. Refreshments were
Ferved during the evening and a mo.t en
joyable evening was passed. Miss Helen
Blcknell of Malone, N Y., nnd Mrs. John
Vaupell of Seattle", Wash., nro guests of
Miss Emma Blcknell. -Mrs. W. S. Rugg
accompanied her nephew, Sjblan Rom
mnlf.nngcr, to Springfield, Mns.3., where
sho will remain rc.veml weeks. Mrs. J.
II. Safford. Sr , of Jericho accompanied
by her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.
Loren Richardson of Cromwell, Mich.,
spent Tuesday with Mrs. Safford's
son, J. II. Safford Mr. and Mrs. C. M.
Chittenden were called to Fairfax Sunday
morning by the sudden death of Mr.s.
Cntttenden's father. Hoplns Safford, who
died that morning. Mr. SalTord had been
In his usual health and worked Saturdny.
Ho nto his breakfast Sunday morning and
was lying down when he suddenly ex
pired. Mr. Safford el 1 1 el about a year
ago. Tho funeral was held Tuesday aft
ernoon. Mr. and Mrs. Chittenden re
turned homo Wednesday.
Mr Chellman, manager of tho gang of
men working for the Now England Tele
phone company, went to his homo In Bos
ton Saturday and will return Tuesday.
S. G. S.nblns spent part of tho day Sun
dny putting up signs on the trail leading
to "Camel's Hump." Lena McGee Is
teaching on Scrabble Hill In Duxhury,
IMlss Brewin Is teaching In district No. 7.
Attorney Cowics of Burlington utter
I'onsultlng a bridge construction com
pany has e'stlmotod the cost of a sus
pension foot bridge, If built at this point,
to be about Jlirt. not Including tho work
of building. Miss Anna Flildock of Bur
lington Is nt the homo of her father und
The community was sadden August 2i
to learn of tho denth of Mtldrod, tho nine-ycor-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Taber, which followed an operation for
appendicitis at the hospital, whero sho
was taken Sunday. Of a gentle, lovable
disposition sho readily won her way Into
tho hearts of both old und young. The
funeral was held at tho church Wednes
day nt ten o'clock. Tho Rev. II. I. Kemp
spoke In a feeling manner - our young
friends, Charles Falby, Benonl Sprngue,
Wnyland Alger und Glpnn Johnson were
tho bearers. The many llowers testified
to tho love In which she wns held. Mrs,
Dora Wells, wife of Fred Roberts, died
at her home nt an early hour Monday
August 28 after months of patient suffer
ing. Tho funeral was held Wednesday
nftcrnoon nt the church at one ei'clock.
The Rev. II. I Kemp otllelated with F.
J. Kenyon In charge. Sho letups besldo
a husband one plstcr. Mrs. Myra Kimball,
and two brothers, George and Elmer
Walter TnbeT has moved his family to
the Wyman tenement Misses Eleanor
and Laura Sweet returnee, to unrro .Mon
day. Miss Greta Norton returned Tues
day from Illghgato Springs, where she
hns been camping -Mrs. Man- Ring en
tertnincd tho KIpr'8 Daughters Wednes
day. Mr nnd Mrs. James Carpenter will
celebrate the KOth annlversnry tu their
wedding Monday, Soptember 11. All
fricneU and relatives are cordially In
vited to bo nt tho town hall at two
o'clock. E. A- Fuller resumed work on
the II. F. D. route Tuesday after two
Tho homo of Mr. und Mrs Farnsworth
was the scene of a pretty wedding
Wednesday, August 30, whoii tholr
your.gost dnughtor, Miss Htolla Clara
Fnrnflworth, wan married to Wllllnm
II, Wool by tho Rov. R. Currlar, Miss
Story of Jorlcho, cousin of tho bride,
was maid ot honor and B. E. Farns
worth, brothor of tho bride, was best
man. Tho ceremony took plnco In front
of nn arch of evergreen nnd whlto
nstcrs. Tho wedding innrch was played
by Mrs. J, Mornn. Tho many vnlttablo
presontH In silver and linen nnd other
gifts nttesttvl to tho high esteem In
which Mr. and Mrs. Wool nro held.
After tho ceremony refreshments wore
served. Mr. and Mrs. Wool will ha away
for n short time, nnd then for tho prcn
ent will reside In Essex.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Wood of Burlington
visited nt Mrs. O, E, Blxby's Tuesday.
The Rev. Mr. Currier will speak to tho
children Sunday. Principal Dyke has
rented tho II. C. Lndd house and lui3
moved In.-Alopzo Kinsley died Tuesday
at tho home of Dr. Ladd. Burial will bo
nt 2 p. m. Thursday. Mr. Kinsley served
In the war of 'CI to ,fC.
Captain Berlon W. Sibley of tho
United Slates Marine Corps, who Is
stationed at San FiancI"co, Cal., Is
visiting his mother, Mrs, Hnttlo Sib
ley. Cnptnln Sibley hns Just returned
from a crulso to the Philippines and
A daughter, Sarah Elizabeth, was born
July M to Mr. nnd Mrs. D. C. Blanchnrd
of Spokniic, Wash. Mrs. Blnnchard will
be lemembercd iim Miss Besslo Read,
daughter of Mr, und Mrs. A. 13. Read of
Mrs. Mary Keeler Fairfield, feir many
yenrs n resident of this town, was found
dead In her chnlr Sunday. September .1,
nt the Mount View House, Essex Center.
Mrs. Fnlrilold w.is born Sept. 1, 1829.
Funeral was held Tuesday at two o'clock
at the home of her niece, Mrs. C. A.
Booth, this lllago.
The village schools opened Tuesday
with the same corps of teachers ns last
year with the exception or Miss Bertha
Fields of Feirlsburg, who Is to be assis
tant In the high school.
Dl. David Marvin and family havo re
turn! d home after spending the summer
at Alhurg, Jeffersonvllle und other
The Sunday school of the Methodist
i:plseoil Church will hold their plenlc
at Miieoinber park on Saturday, Septem
ber y. The plan is for nil to e-ome to the
park between 10:::n and ll:in a. m. There
will be a lunch at noon and n short liter
ary progrim. Then, beginning at 1:1.' p.
in., the following program of sports arc
schidnled: S.ick race, mill driving con
test, potato race, three-legged race, pie
eating contest, lug-of-wiir, seamstiess
race, ball-throwing contest, shoe lacing
contest, egg race, to conclude wth u game
of lull between the girl-, He'en Peck,
c.iptaln, and the boys, Therein Guild, cap
t.'dn, the; boys to use their left hands.
Every Sunday school scholar under 10
years of age will be given a free ticket
good for one cone of Ice cream and two
glasses of lemonade. Ice cream .mil lem
onade will also be for sale.
Next Sunday morning the pastor of the
Methexllst Episcopal Church will prc.Kii
on "The Christian and Ills .iol." There
will bo a peipular service In the evening,
subject, "A Model Mother."
fcehool opened Tuesday, September 5.
with MI.-h Bessie Wilson of Burlington
is teacher. The I.end-a-Hand Circle
meets with Mrs. Hattle Stevens Thurs
dny for work At a lecent meeting Mrs.
Stevens was appointed delegate to rep
resent the circle at the State convention
to bo held In St. Albnns September 12-H.
Mr. nnd Mrs. H. II. Chessmora and
Mrs. Harvey Dickey were In Montpeller
Saturday. Mr. Neuman has been a gue.t
of Dr. and Mrs. Ross In Richmond.
F. L. Stevens and family and D. L.
Fuller nnd son were guests of Dr. Stevens
In I'yde Park Thursday. They also at
tended the Morrlsvllle fair The trip was
made In Mr Shouyon's nutomoblle Mrs.
1! J. Eddv of Stnrksboro has returned
after MtIm; her sister, Mrs Tyler.
The L. M. Smiley Circle of Klng'H
Daughtets were entertained ut the Uni
versalis! parsonage Wednesday, Septem
ber 0. Mrs. Inez Bessctt wns the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. Churles Bessett Sunday.
Harold Berry left Monday for Bellows
Falls, were he has a position. Mra.
George E. Emery and son and daughter,
who have been the guests of Mr. nnd
Mrs. Thus. Henley, left Tuesday morning
for their home In Lincoln, Neb. Mr. nnd
Mis. Wllllnm O'Byrne and son ot Boston
are visiting his parents. Mr. and Mrs. P.
O'Byrne. Mrs. Ettn Robinson, who has
been the guest of her parents the past
summer, returned Monday to her homo
In Rutland. Tho Grange held a regular
meeting In I. o. O, F. hall Tuesday even
ing. After the work a whist party was hold
nnd refreshments served, Miss Kather
Ine Henley returned Monday to her school
In Jericho. P. R. Goodwin, who has
been the guest of his mother for two
weeks, returned Monday evening to his
home In New York.
Mr. ii ml Mrs. R. C. Gloyd havo returned
from a two weeks' stay at Lake Snnapee,
N. II. Mr. and Mrs. Fowler ot Bethel
are at the homo of their son, M. H. Fow
ler. (Miss Eva Stone, who has been the
gue:t of Mr. nnd Mrs. I,. E. Prior for
several days, has returned to Montpeller.
G. A. Edwards, who has been tho guest
of his daughter, Mrs. Albert Chandler,
ut tho cottapo at Lake Sun.npee, N. II.,
for two weeks, returned to his homo
hero Monday evening. Miss Eva Stone
has u position ut tho Vermont Business
College In Burlington. Muster Hnrol.l
Wlnslow, who has been tho guest of Mr.
nnd Mrs. E. T. Jacobs nt their cottugo
at Lako Iroepiols during tho summer,
lias returned to his homo In Concord,
-N. II. The Loulso M. Smiley Circle of
King's Daughters wero entertained nt
the paifonage Wednesday afternoon.
Mr, and Mrs. F. II. Shep.nrdson and Mr.
nnd 'Mrs. D. D. Pinker attended a wed
ding nt Fairfax yesterday.
Henry Root of Snn Francisco, Cal , Is
visiting his sister, Mrs, Lucy Talcott.
The Rev. and Mrs. S. K. Eniurlan nnd
son spent Trlday nnd Saturday with Mr.
nnd Mrs. W. E. Ferguson. Mr. nnd Mrs.
Charles Whitney of Boston and Miss
Laura Whitney of Now York wero In
to,vn Thursday The Rev. nnd Mrs. A.
B. Potter returned Friday from New Bed
ford, Conn. The Richmond condensnry
has purchased the creamery. Tho build
ing will be used fur a receiving station.
-Daisy Wright of Essex Junction has
been visiting Ella Johnson. Dr. A. L.
lllnghum has purchased a now automo
bile. Mr. nnd Mrs. John Talcott, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Gawne, son nnd daughter, nnd Miss
Colo of Oakland, Cal., are guests of Mr,
nnd Mrs. Frank Talcott. Miss Delma
Webster of Swanton Is visiting Mrs, Car
rie Morrill. -Mr. licrco of North Attic
boro, Mass., Ls a guest of Florence Mct
culf. Vernon Jo.slyn of Washington, D.
C, Is visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. T. Isham.
Tho Union Circle of King's Daughters
will meet with Mrs. C. 1). Wnnen Friday
i afternoon, September Mh. Choir prac
tice will be held Thursday evening after
prayer meeting. All thoso Interested In
tho new hymnals are H'u,nested to attend
- Ella Johnson, Frieda and Rltu Roberts,
Linda Jentiett, Adelbert Burnett nnd Har
ris Mctenlf havu resumed their studies
nt tho Essex high school. Pearl Potter
and Chittenden Clark return Monduy to
tho Troy ncndetiiy nt Poultncy Anna
Pease will attend Montpeller seminary
Miss Suo Smith ha.s returned from
Chimney Point, where she spent the sum
mer. Miss Bessie Wolcott, who hns been
visiting in Bnrrnge, Mass., returned to
her homo Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. F. 11.
Andrus nnd dnughtor, Helen, spent Sun
day with Mrs. Ellen M, Dny.-Mr. nnd
Mrs. Dowey Smith nnd son of Underbill
and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ilnrvoy of Es
sex Center wtro guests of tho Rev. nnd
Mrs. W. W. Smith Sunday. Miss Mao
McNeil left Saturday night for her school
In New Jersey, nnd Miss Myrtle McNeil
hns gone back to Mlddlebury, where sho
Is to teach tho coming year. Miss Ada
Morrow went Monday to her school In
Wllllston. Schools in town began Tues
day. Tho Rev. W. W. Smith and daugh
ter. Elizabeth, nro In Mlddtebtiry und
Rlpton. Mrs, Sydney Aldrleh nnd chil
dren havo gone to New York State on a
Tho death of Wllllnm Ii. Ellis oc
curred nt six o'clock Thursday morn-
ItUf nt his homo on North Main streot
after a long Illness. Mr. Ellis, who was
50 yenrs old, was born In Clarencevllle,
Que., August 14, 1532, where he pass
ed his early life. When a younef man
ho went to New York nnd wont Into
the grocery business; a period of 111
health followed and ho camo to this
city In 1S8C, entering the grocery busl
ness ugaln, which he successfully con
ducted until about three years nffo,
when he retlrexl. He wan twiro mnrrlod.
his llrst wife bolng Miss Anneto Derrick,
who died In isai His socond wife, who
survives him, was Mrs. Emma (Deane)
Taylor, who he married In 1592. Ho
Is also survived by flvo children, A.
Neible Ellis ot New Ilavon, Conn., Stan-
Icy 13. Ellis, of New York, Mrs. BenJ.n.'
min E. Wilder of South Franklin, and
Miss Mabel A. Ellis nr.d Miss Ruth M.
Ellis of tho city.
Miss Lula Lowls, daughter of the
Rev. Frank V.'. Lewis, pastor of the
Methodist Church, left Friday morning
for Los Angeles, Cal., where sho will
be married noon to Dr. Uti.-vey Stoven
son of that city.
Tho roport of the commissioners and
appraisers of tho ostato of tho Hon.
O. S. Rlxford, lato of HlRhgnte, filed
with tho probate court, shows n valu
ntlon of property, real nnd personal,
of over $u2,000, more than two-thlrdn
bolng In valuable fnrmlng Implements
and llvo stock, tools, etc., nnd mora
thun ono-hnlf tho capital stock of tho
Rlxford Manufacturing company. This
appr.nlsul Is quite at variance) with Mr,
Rlxforei's report made to his creditors
about 12 years ago, showing that ho
has been an nctlvo, Industrious and
successful business man during- the
past dozen years
A stranger who came to this city not
long ago, giving the name of Twohey
aroused considerables curiosity as he
claimed to represent C. A. Maxwell,
of the department of Justice. Washing
ton, D. c. His errand appeared t In
ldlcate that he was seeking for Infnr
matlon preliminary to the proposed
coming Investigation by the democratic
houso of certnln bankrupt settlements
of long stndlng and some other nlleg-
od Irregular transactions In this cltv
Miss Mary Swei np i reslstetod nurs-
who succeeds Miss .Mabel Butler ns dis
trict nurse, has entered upon tho duties
of her new position.
The de.nth of Mm. Ruth L. Wooo oc
curred trldav ut the home f her son
A. B. Wno.1, of Milton Boro. Mrs. Wood
was SI yeara old and Is survived by six
children. C. H. Wood of this, city, E. A
U ood of Ge orgl.n, Mrs. E. A. Thomas of
Randolph, Mrs. U. W. Wilcox of Wnter-
viiie. .Me., airs. Fied E. Boynton of
Georgia and A. B. Wood of Milton. Sho
olso leaves four brothers, Fred Landon
of Bristol, Charles Landon of South
Hero, William Landon of Milton nnd Jed
Landon of Nevada, together with IS
Ldwnrd W. Balky und Mrs Murv
Loulso Pnro of this city wero married
Monday by the Rev. F. W. Lewis,
In tho enso of Alfred vs. Kearney, n
petition In probate court for tho dls
trlct of Franklin, seeking the removal
of tho administrator for alleged fall
urn to brlns suit against Mrs. Bentl v
nnd In favor of Mrs. Alfred, the d"
fendnnt llled a motion to dismiss for
want of bond for costs, ""no m itlon
wns heatd beforo Judge Kelton Tups
duy morning and sustained, the pe
tltlon being dismissed.
Mrs. Carrie Cramton has sold her house
and lot on Mnln street to Jesse A. Hur
vey. Dr. H. S. Herrlck has bought out
tho practli'e of Dr. Bogue of Rlchford und
will take possession nt once. Tho sale In
eluded the residence and olllce eijulp
nicnt. K. A. Puul ot East Berkshire,
Cliarles T. Hull ot Montgomery Center,
E. M. Brown of Sheldon, C. W. Gates of
Franklin were In town Friday, September
I, to attend the regular monthly meeting
of the directors of the Enosburg Falls
Savings Bank it Trust company. Georgo
H. McLeod assumed tha duties of trens
urer September 1. Don M, Fassott eif
Bexston, a former resident, Is n town.
Joseph Erwln left Saturday for Burling
tel., whero ho will tuko a courso of study
In the Burlington Business College. Os
car Rosu left Snturday for New Hump
ton, N, II., where he will enter New
Hampton Institute Mr. nnd 3,iV.s. W.
Hutchinson nnd son, Frederick, returned
Saturday from Northlleld, where Mr.
Hutchinson has been an Instructor In the
Norwich summer school.
L. tf. revyaw of West Hnos
itirg. ,i former resident of this
village, died very suddenly Thurs
nay morning, aisod ?J yeats. The
funeral was held at tho houso Satur
nay ut 1:10 and biiiiul was at Mont
gomery Center. Ho Is survived by a wife,
ono daughter, Mrs. Wlllnrd Warner, of
West Enosburg, und a step-daughter,
Mrs. Emma Wells of Randolph. W Dill
a former resident of this place', died at
him home In Sheldon Junction Aug. .10,
Tlu4funer.nl wan beldut his .home Salur
duy morning nt nlno o'clock nnd burial
was In the Catholic cemetery In this
place. August weather shows a mean
temperature of fS.6 degrees compared with
n normal of fil.C. Tho maximum tempera
turo was 01 degree's on the 1st nnd tho
minimum was 40 degrees on the Wth, 21th
nnd 30th. Tho greatest dally range was
3S degree on the 21st nnd tho least was
12 degrees on the 20th. Tho precipitation
was 3.13 Inches compared with a normal
of 3.SI Inches, The month was made up
of 10 clear, 10 pirtly cloudy und llv
cloudy days. With two-thirds of tho year
gone, 1911 shows a precipitation of 1S.GI
Inches, compnreil with a pormul for tho
enmo eight months of 2S.M Inches,
Mlsa Bertha Cloluud, teacher In the
Krnded schools, enmo Saturday nnd li
nt C. If. Abcll's. The- condition of Mrs
Charles Marsha, who Is 111 with dlph
thorln, Is Improving.--Tho vport thnt
II. Fnrrell nnd Fred C, Fnrroll wcro
to open n dry goods store under tlm
nnmo of Fan ell & Far roll Is erroneous
The buslnese Is to bo conducted by
red C. Fnrrell nlono nnd 13. H. Frv
roll has nothing whatever to do with
the same. Dr. R. B. Thomas had tin
unfortunate experience Sunday when
he hired n Httrrcy to drive. Coming
lnwii a hill nenr Berkshire Center tha
neckyoke gavo way. Tho liorsus
fitnitcd to run nnd the doctor's wlfi
Jumped, landing In tho rond nnd was
bruised somewhat. His mother es
caped with a sprained wrist. J. O
imbull left Saturday for Littleton,
N If., to attend a meeting of the high
standing committee of the Vermont
and New Hampshire Court of Indepen
dent Order ot Foresters, llo will re
turn by way of the Whlto Mountains
Henry F. Pyther of Montgomery
'entnr visited In tho homo of H F.
Kidder Sunday. Ernest Spooncr of
Newport spent Sunday with bis
Miss Joanna D. Croft left Tuesday
for Burlington, whero she will teach
tho coming yenr. Mrs. C. E, Kidder is
passing two weeks' In her former home
at East Fairfield. Miss rheho M.
Towlo, who hns ben with liar brother
during" tho summer, has gone to Bur
lington to resume her school work.
Miss Gladys Woods left for her homo
In Allstnn, Mass., Tuesday. Pchools
openeel Tuesday with a good enrollment.
The high school had a total of 55 on tho
first day. Clair Gleason left Monday
for Springfield, Mass., whore ho will
enter school. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cas
aldy pleasantly entcrtnlnod e fow
youner friends on Tuesday evening with
a corn roast. Tho monthly meeting of
tho Mlsslsquol Ministerial association
was hold Monday with tho Rev. W. J.
Clark. Ton members were In attend-
anee.Papers woro read by tho Rev.
W. E. Douglass of Rlchford and tho
Rev. C. J. Peterson ef East Berkshire.
A party from Montpeller consisting ot
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Palmer. Roland
Blanchnrd Stephen Colby, Miss Greta
Norton of Huntington nnd Mies Laura
Scofleld of New York nro occupying the
Blnnchurd cottage In Camp Randolph for
a week. Walter A. Smith, vicc-preslden-
of the Orlando, I'ln,, State bank, and M'm
Hortense Peters of tho Arts and Crafts
school, Boston, left Tuesdny for the r
homes via St. Johnsbury. The durk
shooting reason promises to be one ot
the best In recent years. The dry weather
and low water In the lako has made
tho hatch of wild duck very large and
fully per cent, have grown to matur
ity. One pnrty from Piatt's brought In 11
ducks tho first morning. Friday, of tho
shooting season. Others have had good
success according to their ability to
shoot. E. E. Campbell nnd family of
Waterbury returned home Monday, but
will return In about a week for the re
mainder of this month. The Rlford-
Boyce cottage was closed recently and the
three families returned to their homes at
Mnlden, Mass , nnd Waterbury. Bass
fishing is excellent. Monday Paul
James and party of Swanton hrought In
a handsome string of lit. several of whli
weighed over five pounds each, besld's
several otner fish. As they were not fls1 -
!rg fur bn-s and bad no landing ne or
gnff, tbev lost as mnnv ns they cai'itht
Mrs. C. 11. i'ba.-e nt St. Albans aid
Mtk. J. 1'.. e" miimh us and son. Charles,
if Pi.i'.uil'.lph'a, I'.i . who wen t '
;m-t- of .Mr. and Mrs. E. E. I'unn' .''
ier Si.tul.n. retirmd to the r . 'u -
Mor..i iv. F. W. Unrtlet; nnd party rr
Neviiiugb. N. Y , are tenting (' '
shore of ShlpMinl bay and enioyinp t
excellent bass ilshlng on the reef an 1 at
the mouth of the river. They c.ntve It, his
nbin ciuKIng yacht up the Hudson river
through 'be iwpl.iln eai.nl .ind L. ke
Mrs. W. L. Gates und son Francis,
ot Lyme. N. II., nro at the homa of Mrs.
G, L. Stlmets. J. P. Steele of Marlboro,
Mass., ls spending a few days In town
tho guest of his mothor, Mrs. Mary
Steele. Mra. Emily Cutler Is In West
Newton. Mass., whero she Is vlsltlnff
her daughter, Mrs. J. B. Sanderson,
nnd family. Miss Annie Preston of
St. Albans, Is visiting friends In town.
Miss Gladys Steolo Is vlsltlnff friends
In Enosburg Falls. F. B. Cross has
purchased a now flvo passenger Ford
touring car. Deputy Sheriff C. W.
Steelo was In Lamoille County Thurs
day on business. Martin 1l Sheltna
of Boston Is spending his vacation
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H, E.
Sholtus, of Canada Street C. 1 Ovltt
of Enosburg Falls was a business vis
itor In town Saturday. Tho Misses
Evelyn and Annie Enrlght of Burling
ton nro at tho homo of C H. Lyon.
Mr. and Mrs, G. R. Remington und son,
Robert, of New York are visiting Mrs.
Remington's parents at Wright Farms
and other relations In town. C. R. Leach
Is convalescing satisfactorily and Is able
to bo dressed nnd about tho house.
More hopes are entertained of the re
covery of Donald Eldred from his very
severe Illness of several weeks' duration
with the measles, pneumonia nnd pleur
isy District tchools will commence next
week Monday, September 11. Miss Win
nie Orr has returned from visiting her
mint, Mrs. W. Wallerldo, and family of
Charles and Georgo Wood of Barre
aro visiting friends in town The con
dition of Mrs. I R. Gntos does not Im
prove Mrs Laura Robie, and grand
son, Rnlph Wlllard, went to New York
Friday. Mrs. Rublo will be absent
several weeks Emerson Shedd has
gone to Morrlsvlllo to attend Peoples
iicadcniy tho coming year. Mrs Mln
nlo Reynolds was called to Bedford
Friday night by tho death of her hus
band's mother The quarterly com
munion service will be observed In tho
Methodist Church Sunday morning
Foster Whitney has entered Norwich
University nt Northtlidd. Gordon Tlte
moro has gone to Concord, N. II, whire
hu hns n position In n business college,
Hubert Gallup has entered a busi
ness college at Concord
Moses Casnvnnt died very suddenly
Saturday morning of heart failure, aged
71 years. Ho leaves u wife and three
sons, Frank of Manchester, N. II , Hor
ace and Cort of this town. The funeral
was held nt tho houso Monday afternoon,
tho Rev. Georgo Emery officiating.
Frank C.nsavnut of Manchester Is In
town, called hero by tho death of his
father. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Pudvah
ure tho parents of 10-pound boy. School
began Tuesday with tho Misses Mary Mc
Caffrey of Burlington, Lucy Parker and
Joslo Martin of Montgomery as teachers
In tho village school. -Tho W. C T. U,
will meet Friday afternoon with Mrs,
Irene Gates. Mr. nnd Mrs. Michael Man-
(('outllltll'll Ull IHBP 1.)