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inn m.nmmri'ON V'HKK PKl'JHS AND TIMES: THURSDAY, KBIT Ml HBK 7, 1011.
HAPPENINGS IN VERMONT
(Continued from pinto 3.)
osli Imvo gone to Knolton Center to at
tend the wedding of a nephew. Frnnk
Casavnnt returned to .Manchester Wed
nesday, The body of Edward Tevyaw
won brought to this llnce for burial on
Saturday. Mr. Tovyaw was a former
resident hero. Miss May Hull was in
town on Monday.
Mr. and .Mrs. Daniel O'Connell and
threo children of Laconla, X. II., nro
visiting at the home of Mr. and .Mrs,
Frank Lumbra.-Mr. and Mr.". Harvey
Turner of East Berkshire were the guests
of Mr, and Mrs. C. C. Shangraw Sunday.
Mrs, C. M. Hathaway Is visiting at tho
home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. M.
Maynard. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pnronto
of Lowell wcro tho guests of Charles
T. S Austin of ltandolph was here the
last of the week looking after his farm.
Ho returned homo Sunday. Miss Helen
Leach has prone to Boston on a business
trip. Addlo Allen of Concord, N. It., was
n guest at the home of llobert Leach
Saturday. -Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Le.ich
visited at C. II. Strait's In St. Albaim
town Tuesday. Mrs. Abble Leach will
entertain the Haptlst Missionary society
Friday - Fred Cross has bought Edward
Shore's house at North Fairfax.
Tho funeral of Hopkins II. Saftord,
who died very suddenly Sunday morn
Ing. w-aa held at his lalo home Tues
day at two oelnck. Tho Rev. Mr.
Leathers of "A'cBtford officiated. Mr.
Safford 1b survived by throo children,
Mrs. Mallory Whitney of Charlotte.
Mrs. Mortimer Chittenden of Colches
tor and FrM of this town. Miss
Helen Leach and Miss Maude Clarlte
are In Boston for a week. C. S. How
ard, A- B. Beeman, F. A. Wood and II.
B. Bollown attended tho Mlddlobury
fair Friday, September 1. Mr. and
Mrs. A. A. Oilman of ltandolph and
Mrs. J. K. Curtis of Georgia are guests
of Mrs. G. O. Orton, Miss Mabel Fos
tor of Swanton Is visiting relatives In
town, Mrs. P. J, How-oy and four chil
dren of Springfield, Mass, arc visiting
ner parents, .Mr. nnn .Mrs. 11. . wii-
kins. Frank Hunt spent Monday In
Burlington. Mr. Cillev of Illinois Is In
town. Mr. and Mrs, Krnstus Cushman
of Georgia visited friends In town Sat
urday. Tho youngest child of Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Looko died Friday. A.
M. Smith of Cambridge was a business
visitor In town Saturday. Georgo Mc
Nall Is visiting his son In Boston. Al
va Hathaway has rented Eugene Boy
den's farm. He took possession Sep
tember 1. Mrs. Homer Hunt Is visit
ing her brother in Plnttsburgh. llHrry
Btlles of Johnson was In town Satur
day. Lyman Orton of Wnlden Is tho
guest of his brother, O. G. Orton Ira
Dodds and sister of North Hero are
visiting in town rrof. J. E. Colburn
rpralned his ankle quite badly Tues
day. School at Hollows Free academy
Mrs. Henry Rivers and son, Hoy, of St.
Albans nro visiting friends In town. C.
Duchnrmo and Miss Libby Ducharmo of
Glenns Falls, N. Y are In town. Miss
T.dlth Barsha of Littleton, N. II., Is visit
ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alphonso
Barsha. Mrs. It. H. Gilbert and children,
Doris nnd Muilel, and Miss Maude Mar
cettn of Cleveland, Ohio, who have been
spending the summer with Mr. nnd Mrs.
Joseph Mareette, have rottlrned to their
home. Mrs. Harry !' Fuller and Mr, and
Mrs Donnm.tn havu returned to New
York after spending tho summer at High
land Farm. Miss Elizabeth MeNnnoy has
returned to her school In Harre. Miss
Gertrude Brady wont to Brandon Mon
day, whero she will tench school. Mrs.
Buskoy died Saturday night at tho homo
of her sister, Mrs. Paoquetto, In t..o south
part of tho town. Tho funeral was held
the following Tuesday at Enosburg Fulls.
Mrs. Buskey was a daughtor of Joseph
Garrot, n former resident of this placo.
air. and Mrs. Georgo Farrell nnd daugh
tor, Arlccn, of Underbill are guests of
Mr. and Mrs. William Cook.
Dr. II. A. Bogus has sold Dr. H. S. Iter
rick of Enonburg Falls, his homo placo on
Province street together with his offlce
equipment, practice, etc Dr. Herrlck will
oomo to this place about September ID
to begin hU practice, .but Dr. Hoguo may
not give possession of his homo until
October 10. In a fow weeks Dr. Hoguo
oxpocts to movo with his family to Los
Angolos, Col., to make his futuro homo.
He will remain ho.ro to dispose of his other
real estate and his personal property,
nnd to close his business affairs. With
the exception of about one and one-half
years passed In Los Angeles, Dr Bogue
has put In tho sr. year? of his praotlco
traveling over Vonnont hills and plow
ing through New England snow drifts,
and ho plans to pass tho remoindrr of his
life in a milder climate. Tho going 'if
r. Bogue and family will be a dltlnct
loes to Blchford In many ways, n they
have been active In social and church
work, and the doctor has done much for
tho upbuilding and growth of the town
Mrs. Rny Tenney of Claremont, N. H
Is at the home of her mother, Mrs. Bemlo
Martin. Elklns & Norris of this village
have been awarded tho contract for
building a concrete dam for the Frontier
electric company of North Troy. About
4,0 barrels of cemont will bo used on
tho Job. iMlss Fannie Hamilton has been
engaged as teacher In the graded school
at Montgomery Center. Mrs. Charles H.
Hurlbut has sold her farm on hardwood
hill, known as the Amos Noyes place, to
A. It. Chnjrpell of Johnson, N. II., for
$5,000, tho sale Including stock, fanning
tools, and one-half the cros, Possession
to bo gtven November 1. J. C. Buker has
purchased the Mart Wheeler farm In
Berkshire, for which ho paid JS.fxrt. Mar
tin F, Donlon has bought of Mr. and Mrs.
I". A. Newton nnd Mr. and Mrs. II. M.
Dufer their house on Province street, for
which ho paid $i,r, Mrs. J. II. Hamil
ton has shipped her household goods to
Winnipeg, Manitoba, and with her young
est daughter, .Miss Frances: Hamilton,
will In n fow days go there to reside.
M1sh Fannie Hamilton will Join them in
Winnipeg after the fall term of school.
Miss Addle Ayer has gone to North Ad
ams, Mass., where she Is engaged as
teacher In the normal school.
C Melvln Borlght and Miss Georgia
Martin were married Saturday evening
at six o'clock at the home of tho bride's
mother, Mrs. J. Blrnoy Martin. The cere
mony was performed by the Itev. Silas P.
Perry. Only the relatives and Immedi
ate friends of tho contracting parties
were present at the ceremony. Henry B.
Leavens, who has been visiting his
brother, Col, L C, Leavons, for about a
month, started Monday for IiIh home In
Noenah, Wis. MUh K.ithleon Barnum
returned Monday to Hardwlek, where she
has been ro-ongflged as teacher In the
puidlo r-olioar JSjls Jlrion Uut4t
went Saturday to North Carolina, whero
she will again teach In Gilford College.
It Is reported Hint the contract for erect
ing the proposed federal building has been
awarded to n firm In Brockton, Mnss ,
tho bid for same being $43,000. C. A. Our
rcy of Chicago Is visiting it the homo of
Mr. nnd Mrs. n. Nichols.
Mr, nnd Mrs. J. T. Cntlln have returned
from n six days' cruise on Like Chnm
plaln with Captain and Mrs. Elwyn Rock
well, going from Houses Point to White
hall nnd return. Harold M. ltoyce, who
Is employed In a large clothing store In
Brockton, Mass., Is passing a week's va
cation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs, A,
P. Iloyce. Gordon Trunx of Shelburno
harbor Is visiting relatives In this place.
.Miss Ixittle Stearns of North Attlcboro,
Mass., formerly of Swanton, Is visiting
friends In thl.s vicinity. Wells, cisterns
and springs contlnuo to fall. Not for sev
eral months has there been a How of wntcr
In small ditches. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bur
dlck and two little sons returned last
week to their home near New York city
nfter passing the month of August nt
Hlghgate Springs and with Mrs. Bur
dlck's mint, Mrs. F. M. Hubbard,
The M. W. A. field day wn well attend
ed. Tho ball gnme resulted In a victory
for the Fairfax team. D. S. Gilliam, road
oommlsfioner, Is putting In a much need
ed pleco of permanent road near the Cen
ter. Hoy Hooper Is In poor health. The
Infnnt son of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Shep
ardson died Augur t SO. Mr. and Mrs. Mar
tin Powell of Jeffersonvlllo spent Sunday
O. M. Holbrook, A. H. Holbrooli,
C. W. Potter nnd Amos Lawrence of
Belvldere Comers were In town Monday.
Mr. nnd Mrs. C. A. Gnrdyne were In
Burlington tho first of this week An
drew Ccntcrbnr has gone to Montreal for
medical trentment. Sanford Allen of
Worcester, Mass., was In town Monday,
calling on former acquaintance.
Arthur Line nnd family of Ottnwa wcro
gucts of H. J. Brown Sunday. Dr. P.. A.
Burnett Is confined to his house by Ill
ness. Miss Grace Hogle has sold a build
ing lot at the west end of the bridge to
11. N. Moreau. Miss Marlon Scott re
turned Sunday to Chicago, whero she is
attending school. Miss Lizzie McDonough
accompanied her on a visit with relatives,
Duck shooting openod September 1 with
only fair success. There are plenty of
ducks this season, hut owing to low water
some of the best shooting sections aro
dry and ducks keep out In the bays. No
shooting has been done as yet nt tho
Miss Lillian Welch has gone to North
ampton, Mass.. where she has a position
In the graded schools. Bertha Forty and
Katlo Ltbhy have returned to their
homes from Maquam liny, where they
have been passing the summer. Mr. and
Mrs. L. V. Sinclair nnd son of Boston
and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hunt of West
boro, Mass., are at the home of Edwin
Sinclair. The C uter school opened Tues
day with Miss Adallne Stanhope as
teacher, Anna Berry at the Stiles school
and Mary Berry at tho Lost Nation
school. Flora Jenne nnd James Smith
are attending the high .school at Blch
ford, Hv.i Hemnr and Kenneth Jenne at
Eno-dmrg Falls. Mlsa Charlotte Jenne Is
visiting nt tho homo of her grandpar
ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. It. Bowen.
Tlie subjocct of tho pastor's sermon
n,'t Sunday afternoon will be "In
difference to Religion: Symptoms, Cause
and Cure." C. D. Phelps moved bis
family to East Berkshire Tuesday. Ho
is to have employment In B. II. Combs's
reamory. J. C. Elrlck of Swanton and
G. C. Jolley took an automobile trip
along tho shores of Lake Champlaln
Saturday and Sunday. The Woman's
Homo Missionary society will hold a
meeting in tho vestry of the church
Wednesday afternoon, September 13.
It Is tho month for duos nnd It Is
hoped all will respond, Supper will be
served. Miss Gladys Diamond went to
Hardwlek Monday, where she Is to
tonch school this coming yoar, Homer
Rogers of Concord, N. II., Is visiting
his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Freeman
Rogore. C. L. Capron, who visited his
parents several days, returned to his
home In Mnlono, N. Y., Monday.
Alexander Maxwell lltn,,!..
.Arthur II. Hill attended tho motor boat
rnees at HI. Johns, P, CJ., on Labor Day,
when Mr. Klopmnn's fast motor boat,
the "manciio K" won In the 27 foot
class and was second In Mm mi c.nt rOnm.
A masquerade party was: held nt tho
res t enre or .Mrs. A. m T.,,ri,i
TucMlay.-Mrs. F. H. Sevcrnnce of Buf- j
falo, N. Y., and daughter, F.dlth Lillian, j
nro (siting fit tho homo of l, H, Hough
ton. Lee Klnpnmn caught a 6U pound
black bas: on Wednesday Mlsa Vorn .In
Sola Meniles returned to New York on
Tuesday. A number of apple buyers are
on hand looking over tho various or
chards in town. Apples wero never look
ing belter nt this souson.
GRAND ISLE COUNTY
The Ladles' Aid will meet with Mr.
nnd Mrs. II. W Ladd Thursday for sup
per. Jerry Allen Is seriously III. Miss
Minnie Barney of Chicago Is at Lester
Mlnekler's. Mrs. Hill of Cambridge,
Mass., who has been visiting her sister,
Mrs. R. S. Kinney, has returned to her
home after a visit of some weeks In
Grand Isle and Isle LaMotte. E. Ufford
was called to Fairfax to attend the fu
neral of Hopkins Hafford.
Dr. and Mrs. F. M. Rogers and William
Lyman took a trip In their motor boat to
St. Johns, P. Q., Monday, Ml.ss Lottie
Rogers, who has been spending i few
weeks with her brother, Arthur Rogers,
has returned to her home In Panton. Mr.
and Mrs. P. I). Jameson are entertaining
relatives from Boston. Mr. and Mrs. G.
W. Strong, Mr. and Mrs. V. K. Flynn,
Mr. Maurice and Miss Carrie nnd N. L.
Ktngsley went to Burlington Monday.
Tho Marvin camp at Alburg Center
Is closed, all the Inmates having gone to
their homes. W. J. Jameson nnd fnmlly
return to Burlington this week. C. E.
Ayer has gone to Newport, where he will
act as Immigrant Inspector. His family
will remove there soon. Schools In town
will open September 11. MIssBcrthaTas
sli, Is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. N. L
ISLE LA MOTTE.
Mr.s. Juliet Glbbud of Springfield,
Mass., nnd Mrs. Charles Hngar of Brook
lyn, N. Y., cousins of N. V, Fink, visit
ed him on Thursday of last week, This
was i.Mrs. Olbbud's llrst visit to the Island
In 30 years. Mr. Diamond has returned to
New York after spending several weeks
with Ills daughter, .Mis. John Rorbaek. -Mlsa
Annette Whitney has returned to
her home In Itloomlleld, N. J,, nfter spend
ing several weeks In lown. Miss Bertha
Osboi lio has gone to New Jersey to spend
tho winter. Misses Alice nnd Lottie Mel
lows of Newark, N, J., aro visiting their
It. Conned. Miss Ella
W. H. Saxe of Chazy
visited In town Monday and Tuesday.
Four hundred nnd forty-live auto
mobiles crossed the bridge during the
month of August. Tho Pratt family, who
have been boarding at William Osborne'o
this season and several previous seasons,
hate returned to their homo In Now
Jersey.-Mrs. Thendoro Floury Is much
Improved -About 110 attended 'the Sunday
School plenlo nt Chnzy ednesday - .Mi
ami Mrs. Leo Klopman, Mr. and Mrs. L
CwUiton. Miss Vorn, do Sola Mendcs,
sister, Mis. M.
Lwld and Mrs.
The village schools opened Tues
day with Principal W. II. Douglass und
Miss Louise Chapln In tho high school.
Miss lrfla Hillings, grammar, ami w.
Misses Robinson, Yott, Manrlco and
Blgelow In tho grndos. Tho school
building has been palntod throughout
In tho Interior, and tho high school
room and two rooms down
stairs lmvo been equipped with elec
tric lights. An Interesting occasion
was the fair by the children of Unity
Stindny school Saturday afternoon.
Ribbons wero given for exhibit of
(lowers, vegotables, cookery, needle
work, printing, lnce making, enndy,
kindergarten work, all of which were
desiring of credit. Dolls, Teddy bears,
toy pianos, electric motors and other
toys wcro un exhibition. A largo num
ber were present nnd quite a sum was
realized. 11. 1J. Straw, Lawrence Blge
low ami Charles Gale walked from the
foot of Hollow hill Friday to the top of
Manslleld, whore they took tho lnng
trall to Lako Mansfield and down oxer
Luce hill, a distance of V.I miles. Tho
section of the long trail covered was
eight miles, about half the way In good
eondltliin, the rest, hard walking. The
guide boards ore confusing, not stat
ing which way the trail Is going.
Mr. anil .Mrs. A. Hill went Satur
day to visit their sun, I'. (., inn, . .
Waltsilelil, accompanied by Mrs Hill's
brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Phllo
Irish of Wcstford. Leslie (!. Barrows
of Stnwo and Miss Mary Lincoln of
Morrlstown wero married by the Rov.
It. W. Collins September ' 1. Misses
Katherine and Lurana Butler of Dan
vors, Mass., are guests t the Ledges,
tho home of Mr. and Mts. E. R. Blge
low. Dr. and Mrs. o. I). Greene of
Bethel and Dr. nnd Mrs. R. A. Greene
and son of North Grafton, Mnss., guests
of Mr. and Mrs. r. E. Run, returned
to Bethel Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. .-.
M. Brush entertained a partv of It at
tea Frldny, and assisted bv their
anil wife, Mr. and Mrs. George Brush.
MUf a corn roast in the evening.
A. I.oyeo left l'rlllnv fnr VnuMnnH
Mich., where on Tuesday he will be
married to Mrs. Flora Forbes of that
:ici. rhey will return to stnwn nn.
companled by Mrs. Forbes's son, El
ton, and will make their home here.
.Mrs. rorlies Is a native of Htroit and
gradunto of a Detroit colleen, silm
has been stenographer for the presi
dent of n trust company In Ypsilantl
i, past year John Drugg returned
iiturday after four
his son, Henry Hrugg. in Proctors-
llle. .Mrs. Henry Hrugg and daughter
eeom pan led him.
Mrs. Abble Warren, who hns im,i r.h, ,r
of the Stowe exchange of the Citizens'
telephone company for the past six
years, ha.s resigned the position on ac
count of falling health, to take effect
as soon as arrangements can he made.
Mrs. Warren left Monrtnv fnr n ,
weeks' stay with her hrothor and wife,
.Mr. ami .Mrs. A. P. Blgelow, In Hartford,
Conn. Mr. and Mrs. ci.irr.inv. rnmnv..n
of South Frnmlnghom, Miss., nre guerts
at 1 lie ivnoll, summer home of Mrs.
Dunaen's sister nnd hu.shmd, Mr. nnd
Mis. George Fowler. The rural mall c.ir.
r!,Ts had a holiday Mondny, which wns
pcrnaps mo extent of Labor day ob
servance in Mowe. The Misses Emily
ind Mary Stone will leave this wrrU for
Minneapolis, where their mother, Mrs.
i nnrles 11. Mono, has purchased a houe.
Mls Mary will enter the Fniversltv
of Minnesota In Mlnneanolls Mrs
Jenney Hnwley and brother, Charles San
born, went Monday to Burlington, where
the latter will enter the Burlington Busi
ness College. Mrs. Hnwley will begin
teaching In the th grade In the Wntcr-
bury graded school Tuesday. Miss
Frnnkle Smith loturned Saturday from
.lonnson, U., where .hi- ha.s passe,!
the summer and will resume work In the
Waterbury graded school Tuesday. Miss
Grace Blgelow, who has pasted the sum
mer in htowe, left Monday to resume
work In the Springfield. Mass.. school of
commerc,.. Miss Addle Blgelow teturned
Monday to Franklin Falls, N. 11., after
passing the summer In Stowe. The Mlssos
Inez and Minnie Smith, who went Mon
day to Burlington to enter the Burlington
Business College, weie given a farewell
card partv Saturday evening by Mrs. 1).
It. Smith ami Mrs. H. C. McMahnn nt
the home of Mrs. Smith. Four tables of
M) were played and lefreshments weie
scived. O II. Adams received a gash
two Inches long. eMendlng to the bone
of the right arm, Saturday from an axe
In the hiinds of a f,,nw workman In
P. D. Pike & Sons' mill. The blunt end
of the axe was urcd to remove the bark
from some lumber nnd the sharp end
struck the back of the nrm accidentally.
Mrs. Philip Mayntt of Stowe nnd her sis
ter, Mrs. Howard Smith, of Morrlsvllle
have returned from u trip to Burlington,'
the Vergenin-s Industrial school and the
Mldillebury fair - John F. Lnlil Is In
Bnrre receiving osteopathic trentment
Mrs. V. C. Bahcocli returned Monday
from Hardwlek and Woodbury. Mr and
Mrs. Charles Richmond returned Monday
to Boston. Miss Lucy Wilklns visited
her aunt In Wntorbury Center Monday.
chandler Watts Is falling.
Tin village schools began Tuesday with
an attendance of 271, which will be In
creased to about .Too within a short time.
The high school attendance was 01, with
14 more lo eoine. twice the number when
Principal Douglass begun his work
nere live years ago: grammar grade, fj,
seventh nnd eighth, 4S: fifth and sixth,
Gil; third and fourth, 41; first and second,
Wl. George A. Burnliam has the hlntory
classes In tho high school nnd Is super
vlsur of music In the grades. Miss Suslo
Blgelow of the primary grades bglns
her I'JIli year In that capacity. Thcro
were IB In tho llrst grade. Mrs. Mary
Young, who has passed the summer
with her son, the Rev. F. T. Cram, has
gone to Lansing, Mich., her former homo
for many years, for an ex-tended stay.
Mr. and Mis. J. K. Houston are visiting
their son, E. .1. Houston, In Cndy's Fnlls,
Clinton Cooper, who hns passed tho
summer with his sister, Mrs. J. O. Aus
tin, on West Branch, loturned Tuesday
lo Nashua, N. 11., lo resume teaching
In tho Nashua BubIiicsh C'cJloge. Miss
Aliblo Hurl, who has pissed the sum
mer with her sinter. Mrs. Can in Auckcr
man, In Sturgis, N. D., Is visiting her
sister, Mrs. .1. G. Tonillnson.-Mr. od
Mrs II. K. .lennev leturned Tuesday
from Mt Manslleld ',. R. lilgelnw Is
111 with hay fover. A crusado against
tho Roman ragweed would be In order lo
r-lnstalo Stowe's Immunity from hay
,sver,-A horse employed by men work
ing on George Rnvelln's lumber Job In
Smugglers' Notch was struck by a stick,
tearing a hole through Die abdominal
wallf,. It was thought best to kill tho
onlmnt and Mr. Ravelin nnd his men
began to prepare a grave when they
noticed that he had begun to crop the
grass, and wns not paying much atten
tion to the Jngged hole that revealed his
internal anatomy, Mr. Ravelin decided
to try to pave him, and n veterinary
surgeon from Waterbury was called, the
gash was sewed up and bnndnged nnd
tho surgeon nssnred Mr. Ravelin that
the horse will be able to work In two
weeks, Jnines and Cedrlc, sons of Mr,
and Mis, H. W. Billings, went Tuesday
to Morrlsvlllp to attend the Morrlsvllle
graded school. Miss Florence Bntchelder
ol Waterbury Center Is attending Stowe
high school, making her homo with Mrs,
O. F. (lorry.
The Rev. E. K. Herrlck of Milton will
preach at the Congregational Church
Sunday. The ladles of t'nlty Church will
servo supper at tho vestry this afternoon.
- Mrs. John Straw has sold Iter house
nnd shop In the village nnd land on West
Branch to Herbert E. Straw, who will
rontlnne the wheelwright and repairing
business carried on by his brother, John
Straw. Mrs. straw will go to Waterbury
Center about October 1 to make her home
with her mother and sister. Mrs. n. C
Scrlhner has passed several days In Iras
burg on account of the Illness of her
mother, Mrs. E. A. Pike, who hns gone
to Berllngton to enter the Mary Fletch
er hospital for treatment. Mr. and Mrs.
W. A. Porter of North Troy are visiting
their daughter nnd bushnnd, Mr nnd
Mrs. N. B. Clnpln.- The program for the
meeting of Mansfield Mountain grange
will he Travelers' Day, Roll Call, Mv
Longest Journey These will be papers on
a Journey to Arkansas, a trip across the
continent In lff.1 nnd another In mil.
State Master and Mrs. C. F. Smith
left Tuesday on a Grange visiting trip,
both subordinate nnd pomona, In North
Ferrlsburg, Hlnesburg nnd New Haven.
Mrs. T. 0. Harvey of Boston camo
Monday evening to visit her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Daniels. Miss Sarah
Peabody went to Johnson Mondny even
ing, where, she will tako a course In
the Johnson nnrmnl school. Miss Edith
Miller of Woburn, Mass., arrived Mon
day evening to visit her uncle nnd aunt.
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. f. Miller, on Maplo
wood fnrm. Mrs. E. M. Davis and
daughter. Miss Gertrude, of Hardwlek
wero guests Sunday and Mondny of Mr.
nnd Mrs. W. it. Towne. Mrs. John
Dillon returned to Hardwlek Monday
evening after visiting her parents. Mr.
uid Mrs. John Tyndnll. Miss Helen
I.lttel went to Wnlden Monday even- j
Ing to pass a two weeks' vacation with
her pnrents. Mr. nnd Mrs. Justin Llt
tel Mrs. Allen Phillips nnd sister,
Ml.ss Stella Taylor, wero In Johnson
Tuesday, where their grandfather, S. A.
Stonr,, Is 111. Mr.". Ida Stratton nnd lit
tle dnughter, Ellen, of Hardwlek aro
visiting their aunt, Mrs. fl. Fulson.
E. C. Foss hns sold the Bumps fnrm
to Welch nnd Tumbly, two men from
New York Stnto, nnd gave possession
Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Foss were given
a surprise party Saturday evening by
their neighbors and friends, about 40
bolng present. E. G. Wilson hns broken
ground for a new house on Bridge
street. Mr nnd Mrs. J. R. Parker went
Tuesday to Mendon, where they will
visit tholr daughter and husband, Mr.
and Mrs. R. S. .Morse. II. B. Dnnlols,
who hns passed some months with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. John W. Daniels,
returns to Maiden. Mo., the last of this
weok. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Temple and
son, Harold, of Boston, who have vis
ited her sister, Mrs. Sarah Lunt, re
turned home Tuesday. Mr, nno Mrs.
Leslie Carpenter of Brooklyn. N.
aro visiting his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs
J. S. Carpenter, nnd her slstor nnd
husbnnd, Mr. nnd Mrs. IL ,. Slnyton
Mrs. Cnrl Brownell of Turlington Is
a suest of her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs.
II. A. Slnyton. Mrs. May n?k Scrlb
ner of Hyde Park visited her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Flsk. Tuesday.
Mrs. Frank K. Hlckok of New Hnven,
Conn., and Miss Almn Maynard of New
York, who have pnssed the summer at
the Randall, returned to their homes
Saturday. Miss Nettle McGIll of Wash
ington accompanied Mrs. Hlckok to New
Haven, where she will visit before re
turning home. Mrs. Ernest Morse, who
has passed the summer with her mother,
Mrs. G. A. Barrows, returned home Fri
day night. Mrs. Harriet Hlckok Smith
of New York, who Is visiting her sister,
Mis. Fannie Blckford, Is confined to her
bed b Illness. Mrs. Adn Mnrvln and
daughter returned Friday evening from
a week's stay In St Albans and Hlgh
gnte. -Miss Addle West came Saturday
from Northampton, Mass., for a stay of
three weeks with her sister, Mrs. Hattle
Slayton, at the home of E. W. Gates.
Charles Alexander passed Saturday and
Sunday in Johnson, the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Alvln Alcxnnikr. Miss Grnco
Crowell went to Wolcott Saturday to
visit her mother, Mrs. V,'. O, Davis.
Clinton Cooper left Saturday for St.
Jobnsbury, remaining over Sunday with
a sister, Mrs. Tulia Wing. He will go to
day to Nashua, N. H., where he ha.s a
position as Instructor In n business col
legeMrs. D. (;. Downey, who has vis
ited her sister, Mrs. T. C. Cheney, left
Saturday for Evnnston, ill. The Hon, nnd
Mrs Charles S. diced nnd daughter of
Topeka, Kan-- , came Saturday for a short
sl.'O with friends
Mrs. Don A. Sanders left Monday for
Minneapolis Minn., where she will visit
her father, c. A. Davis. Sho will then
visit a brother, E. A. Davis at Falrbault,
another brother. L. A. Davis nt Oshkosh,
Wis., nnd her step-father, G. W. Drown
at Waupaca, Wis - W. E. Knight sold his
grocery business Saturday night to his
clerk, Erwln W Terrlll. Mr. Knight Is
retiring from the business on account of
111 health. The Rev. and ..Irs, V. M.
Hnrdy passed Sunday at East Hardwlek.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Llttel of Barro vis
ltd tils sister, Miss Helen Llttel, Satur
day. Miss Nellie Stewart and Miss Mary
Savage went to Hardwlek Saturday even
ing to vl.slt their aunt, .Mrs. Carrie Mul-cnhy.-Mlts
Faith Delano left Monday for
Fltznllllnm, N. H., where she has n posi
tion ap teacher In th 1iIf.Ii school. -School
in the academy and grades
opened Wednesday morning -Mr and
Mrs. D. L, Saudi rs, their daughter, Shir
ley, and son, Lelghton, of Burlington
passed Sunda and Monday with his jKir
ents. Mr and Mrs. Charles A, Banders.
Miss Maud Chaffee went to Fairfax Mon
day to leHiimu her position as teacher In
the Bellows Froo Academy. Mrs. A. J.
Boynton and daughter. Miss Pnullno
Boyntoii, returned to Rutland Monday
after a stay of a tew weeks on the Boyn
ton farm. Miss Sadie Smalley went to
Montpeller Monday, whero she will enter
the Montpeller Seminary, tnklng a pre
paratory courso. Mr. and Mrs. Myron
Whttoomb of Rnrre with their children
visited Mrs. Whltcomb's mother, Mrs,
Ella Slllnwny, Sunday. -Charles Sllloway
a young son of Mrs. Ella Sllloway, had
the mlsforlune to break a leg Saturday
whllo at piny about the mill of tho Stowe
Lumber company nt Ehnoro, where he
was visiting his uunt, Mr. Claud Kon-
F. D. ABERNETHY
W. ALLEN tsf CO.
New Fall Merchandise.
TKc receiving room for the past few days nas
been drcatly taxed by tke inward flow of large
quantities of new Fall merchandise of every de- B
scription which is being distributed to their respect
ive sections as quickly as possible. Every depart
ment receiving its full share of new, fresh, depend
able goods, such as this Store has long since been
known to carry. The policy of this Store is that
of evolution and each succeeding year finds us bet
ter prepared for business than the previous year. It
is intended that the Fall season shall surpass all those
that have preceded in our business history. The
shopping advantages this Store offers arc second to
none in this section and with the ever increasing
efforts to render the best service possible, it is be
lieved we shall maintain the enviable reputation of
The Ready-to-wear D epartment
is very active now. New Fall garments. Coats, Tailored
bints, separate Ski rts, Costumes and Dresses of the most want
ed kinds are troadly represented in the newest style effects.
TO-DAY we invite attention especially to a showing of
Derges ana Novelty
Especially desirable for misses' school dresses. No other
material quite equals the serge for constant wear. The novel
ty weaves are entirely different from those pteviously shown.
Navy an4 dark red, heavy serge, also fine weave in medium
also medium and dark red. Very firm
36 inches wide.
Priced at 50 cents per yard
Navy Blue Storm Serge. 42 inches wide . . Priced 75c. per yard
Navy Blue Storm Serge, 50 inches wide. Priced $1.00 per yard
Navy Blue Storm Serge, 54 inches wide.
$1.25, $1.50 per yard
Navy Blue Fine Serge with hairline stripe of white, 40 inches
wide Priced 85 cents per yard
Dark Red Cashmere. 36 inches wide. Priced 58 cents per
yara. Blue and green, brown and green plaids, also blue
and green check suitings, splendid materials for school
dresses. 42 inches wide Priced $1.00 per yard
Gray Suitings, fine stripes. Very firm weave, medium and
dark effects, also several mannish weaves. Excellent for
early Fall wear, 50 inches wide . . . Priced $1.50 per yard
Novelty "Weave Suitings in stripe effects with just a touch of
pink and green woven in making
and navy blue.
I .. u
ana sure to give excellent service.
i'HE .BURLINGTON MARKETS.
1 The past week has seen n consldernbU
Increase In prices of retnll grains. Frultt
remain an usual, with the oddltK n of in
kinds of grapes. An Increnst has beer
noted In wholesale price of mont
! Th following quotations ure furnish
d tho Tree Press by Jones & Isham
I the llurllnglon Krult company, L. A
1 Uhao und C. A. Hnrber.
I WilOLLSALH I'JUCfcS.
: Hay, per ton, loose
j tlay, per ton, bnlcd ....
j Now potatoes, bn
I Shell beans, ijt
(Ireen Limn beans, qt
, V.'ax beans, qt
1 lieets, bunch
D.itter, rparator, creamery,
j New cabbage, lb
Wat,?r cress, bunch
I Neufchat-1 cheese
I (.'ream cheese, each
Creen sttlng beans, qt
Ednm chees-1, enci
Swiss cheese, lb
Itoquefoil chrefi,, lb
I Flour, pastry, bbl
lettuce, IV'ston ball he.-id....
Lett life, home grown, head ..
I Maple syrup, gal S
Maple suenr !h
OHvp oil. Knllon
i Hpanlsh onions
'ireen onion;, bunch ..
1 Pitt )e . bun'h
! New j otntoes. peck
I rtndishes. bunch
New turnips, bunch
Beef, roast, lb , ...
Hams, sliced, lb
Native rrn'-tlnj chickens, lb.
fork R.nst. lb
Pork C'hotis, lb
Porterhouse steak, lb
P.ound Steak, lb
Bait Pork, lb
Blrloln Steak, lb
Bprlng lamb, hlr.d quarter....
Spring lamb, foi-nnrd quarter
Spring lambs, chops
Venl Steak, lb
Ilran, cwt n.il.M
Cornmeal, cwt J1.C0
Hay. laled. cwt Jl.OOgSl.IO
Hay, loose, ton JlCS'Jl!)
; VK plant.
A most desirable com
bination. Colors are navy blue, green and brown, 42
inches wide Priced $L.25 per yard
F. D. ABERNETHY
dall. Mr and Mrs. John T. Wood of Bos
ton, who have vlsltea the lattcr's parent?,
Mr. and Mr.'. James Rock, returned to
their home Monday. Miss Gertrude Mor
ton of Maiden, Mn.-s.. who ha visited
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Stewart, went to
Hardwlek Mondny to visit frlond.-Mrs.
I. A. Cook of Worcester, Ma'., and
daughter. Mrs. T), J. Crossman, of Clare
mont. N. II., who have visited their son
nnd brother, George Cook, nt the home i
of Mr. nnu .Mrs. a. u uru-pcr, inuucu
.Monday, Mr. and Mrs. George A. Choney
left Monday to visit relatives In Mlnneap
oil'. Minn. Miss Florence Stewart gave
n corn roast Saturday evening In honor (
of her cousin, Miss Gertrude Morton, of
John E. Stiles, son of Mrs. Myra i
Stiles, nnd Miss Caroline Alice Brack- 1
ett, daughter of Mr and Mrs. S. It.
Hruckett, were united In marriage "l
the home of the, bride Wednesdny nftor
noon at four o'clock, the Rev Walter
E, liaker performing tho ceremony,
(inly tho Immedlnte relatives were pres
ent. The rooms wore deooratc-d In yel
low and creen In a pretty manner. Ths
GRAIN AND PRODUCE
New York. Sept. 1.
FIjOIJU Flour was rtendy with a bel
ter trade. Receipts, 27.1K, shipments, fv
WHEAT Snot (rrecular Futures mar.
ket was firm. Closed net higher. ! l'enchts
Henfeed, mixed, cwt
Oat straw, baled cwt
Provender, No. I cwt
Provender, No. 2 cwt
Poultry wheat, cwt
' Dates, package
I Fresh figs, lb
Grnpe fruit, each
i Malaga grapes, lb
; 1 Tokay, grapes, ll
Sept. f'S'tfiWc. closed f'Oe, Dec. closed
J1.CC 11-10; receipts, W.): shlpmets,
CORN Spot firm. Futures: Market was
without trasactlons, closing nomlnnl. Re
ceipts, 10, (tort; shipments, 20, IIS.
OATS Spot firm; receipts, lrc.lTS.
.RAW SVG A R Strong; Muscovado SI
test 5.11; Centrifugal X test J3.G1; mol
asses S9 tst HM.
COFFEE The market for coffee futures
sold at 4 to S points advance and late;1
showed n very firm undertone with active
buying Inspired hy strength abroad. The
close was steady nt a net ndvance of l
to S points. Sales, s.rv bags. Sept. 112.35;
Oct. $12.04: Nov. JllC; Dee. $11.77; Jnn.
Rocky Ford melons
H Co-,,?' 05
$1 rfniji k1
.36 i 40
JT, I 1
15 i Jl
.5i .ji so
11A: Feb. Jll.fil: March. Arirll. Mnv and
newly married couple will nfter a short , June J11.53; July and August tll.51.
Spot coffer firm; No. 7 Rio, 13'.e: Pan-
wedding trip go to their future home
In Mlddlebury, where tho groom has a
position In a drug store. Roth Mr. and
Mrs. Stiles are well known In Morrls
vllle, the brldo being ft graduate ol
Peoplo's Academy. Tho best wishes of
n host of friends will go with them.
Tho bride was given a linen 'howor
Monday evening at the horn of Miss
Nlta Ellis by hor young Ifrli'nds. '
A lire Wednesday afternoon about one
o'clock broke out In the new wood
working shop of P. J. Liberty on Maple
street. The flro, whlah had started
around the gollne engine In the bnne
mont, was well under way when dis
covered by Mr. LlSerty, but n lively
bucket brigade had It nearly under
control boforc the arrival of the fire
company. Tho damage will be In sight.
Miss Ethel Winter of Boston Is nam
ing n vacation of two weeks with her
mother, Mrs, Kato Winter Miss Rlll.i
Parks of Burlington was a guest Tues
dny nlifht of Miss Ida Bedell nt tho
home of E, II, Vancor, Mr. and Mrs. Du
rnn Drake of Boston left Tuesday for
Now York, fcho will then go to her
homo In Boston for a short stay and
then will Join Mr. Drake nt Urbann,
111., where he Is to bo professor of
philosophy at tho University of Illi
nois. Wednesday morning at eight
o'clock the mnrrlnge of Otto Blod
gett and Miss Grace Crnwoll was held
at tho Methodist parsonngo In John
son, the Rev. I. A. Rnnnoy officiating
Both bride nnd groom are well known
to Morrlsvllle young people, tho bride
being a daughter of Mrs. W. O. Dnvls
of Wolcott. Mr. and Mrs. Rlodgett will
reside In Morrlsvllle, whero Mr. Blod
gott Is employed, having been n. clerk
for several years In tho grocery store
of II, Walte & Sons George Olmstead
of Barre Is passing a vacation of two
weolts with hlu father, Mrs. J, Walter
May and non, John Alden May, of
Brookllno, Mass., who has visited her
sister, Mrs. G. M. Powers, wont to Bur
llnsrton Wednesday to contlnuo a visit
with her pnrents, Mr. and Mrs, TI. A.
tos, No. 1, lHjc; mild coffee quiet;
dova, 14fil6c, nominal.
(Contlnnrd on unit liU
CHICAGO PRODUCE MARKET.
RYE No. 2. f.SUifiSfie.
WHEAT Sept. P2'(fIJc; Dec. ir.Rfre:
CORN-Sept. flfiijti-V; Oec. fii',e; May
OATS Sept. 43H'iTiic: Dec. 4i'.lc: Mnv
PORK Jnn. 17.27'J.
LARD Sept. JJ.M; Oct. P.57H; Jan, JP.40.
RIBS Oct. J.i:i5: Jan. $.4:'4.
HYK-No, 2. Sji.jftV.e.
BARLEY reed or mixing. sr,g.S5c; fair
to choice malting, fl.07tf1l.1n.
CLOVER J 13. r,v(j i !. on.
MESS PORK-(per bbl.) $15,751) 15.S7M;.
LARD (per 100 I'-s ) $1.50.
SHORT RIBS Sides (loose) $..50,50.00.
SIDES Short clear (boxed) $3.!2Ufi9.25.
Total clearances of wheat and flour
wore equnl to 37?,(00 bu. Primary receipts
were l,244.0i) bu., compnred v,lth 1.113,000
bu. the corresponding day n year ago.
The world's visible supply, as shown by
Bradstrect's, decreased 720,iV bu. Esti
mated receipts for to-morrow: Wheat 13
cars, coin Ctl cars; oats 222 cars; hogs,
Bl TTER Firm. Creameries, 2rtIfCc;
EGGS Steady, receipts, 10,146 cases; at
mnik, cases Included, lliJMSc; firsts, 17c;
prime firsts, 1SV4C.
CHEESE Easy, dallies, 13 "T Vic; twins,
lSMstfc; Young Americas, 13',lif4c; Long
POTATOES Steady, choice to fancy,
)1.0ifLori; fair to good, fSWe.
POl'LTRY-Llve unsettled, turkoys,
young and old, He; hens, 12',jc; springs,
VEAl-Stendy, 60 to CO lb. wts., ffffSo:
GO to S6 lb. wts., 9AflOHcs 15 to 110 lb.
New York, Sep' "
BEEVES-Rccelpts, 2.20 Mirke S
ular. Steers. Jt .".( T.50. bulls. $ -
cows. $1.2686 f, dressed I eet ' na
tive tides. 91i I'.'c
CALVES Receipts. 2.037 1 :v
Vcr.ls steady to weak. Gr.issers nl . t
termilks, $3 3rtfl 4.75; southern , ,i , Ji '
SHEEP AND LAMBS Reeel . ' 3
Sheep steady, lambs opened s'eil 3?'
ed weak Fancy cars of lam'.s J"t,
HOGS Receipts, E.13S Murket Weill ,11
PILOT CARS SELECTED.
Three Denier Will Lend the Vntomiv
lille I : i i ii un n llnnj I)ns.
At a meeting of the genera! tnml'
tee of the Hurlintrton Hel'a' ' R',
it 1 .
to be held Sepi nbei 1'.' 2'
three pilot . in of
chosen for the three tin r
Flanders, reprc--, nt Ing tb . r '
will conduct the flrt,'. to-" 1
and through Swanton an 1 s i
the Woodbury gnrat'e wll t i '
second tour to Montpeller an 1 1 rr'i
and return, nnd Walter B J ns ' (
Essex Junction will pilot the rl
tour to Rutland and retain
The nnmes of all the dealers w
nre entered In the run were wrin u
on slip." of paper nnd plnced In a b
After a thorough shaking three s' 1 J
were extracted bv o Free Press n an
the lint being held high In the nlr v
Secretnry Hopkins. The first dealei
drawn was given the first run, etc
Mr. Flanders Immediately mnde an
other entry, plnelng In the contest i
Flnnders 20. which he will use as a
pilot car This car will carry four
passengers. This brings the number
of entrants up to 33.
It was decided that nil the six cylin
der enrs In the run should be plnepd
together nt the head, the four cyllndei
enrs second, the two cylinders third
and the one cvllnders Inst .'he steam
cars will be kept together also.
As none of the enrs will bo allowed
to precede tho pilot enr and ns nil ot
the car-i will be obliged to keep theli
respective places In tho tour, It wnt
pointed nut that difficulty might be
experienced If n six cylinder car wcrs
placed In the rear of a two cylinder,
ospeclally In climbing hills.
The average speed will be kept oi
near 15 miles an hour ns possible Thli
renlly means a fast clip, for numerout
stops will be made. No machlno will
fall out of Its respective position un
less disabled Tire troubles will not
count iib n deficiency.