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THE nUKMNOTON FHBE HHKSS AN'H T1MKS: THURSUAr, ! Wl AKV 11. HM
11 HAPPENINGS IN VERMONT (Continued from iinm il.) Mrs. Kdwa-d curlls Smith will Join Invernnr Smith in New York this week. .'Vro they wli' f.priul tlic winter. Cep Leo S. Tillntsntt, wlio lur boon 111 f.tli i ho.inwitlc fever, la nblr to lip nhoul iho house .t n i 'lal meeting of tlio Alltiinop i ! 'ilny :if tiTniioti, It wik vntPd to i ' rmtitu I'pili'inllnn (if Women's ' in I Hip neiossury prollmltuu y 1 t llil'll til tll.1l Pllll. "ir 1 il Htivtlstli.'S fur Hip pnst year iv ,t mere won 1.'.:! deaths, II! births ' o - i' tinges In Hip city, if fitnr.il n CharlcH K. Hnnoliin of 1 ii t1i ,(.m. who witi ih nwtu il (it 'I'm tier's 'nil Sll", WIIH Ill-Ill nt (Ir.inliy. IJllP., Mr. Diiiiiimiii wni. ''-i years .1 !!! tltl'l IlOHOVIII SI I IV i son of Mr. mill Ms, Jn'i'i of Congress sti-ccl. lip In also .i wife ninl ;i -u'lg sun mill f'TlgMci ""Jews has lipi'n icii-ltcd hrtp nf Hip 1ii11i nf Lieut NpIhiii Allen ( 'ixille:t nr 'il iri-i nl, .sis nt Hip P. S. hospital at J"ort 11a). nil, ,. Mox., Sunday, .'iiiiuui) 7 I tent. tintllU-pccil WIIH II unlive nf St. A bans, u lit re lio wan born In 1 "; lie wni rilin-nicil m the St. Albans high k ioI, N'tn wl h riilvrr-lly. tin- 1 1 1 --t 1 1 ii I Fall , N". V., iiei.iriitnr st hool, ninl Hip fnltoil Slates Mllltiii) Aiudciny ii Wist I'liini, graduallng I" 'I'1' 'I"-" ! '!!.! J I . - nl imii-p dueled tin- uimv Mil was in tin- i-rvlu- nnill Mnnh, Vi'1. when ii) rtiiKiTi nf iioiir In-iiltli lie wn Jilni-rtl mi tin- ii-tired Hut. Hp was t it- !ii) of N luiii Hoodspooil of SI. Al Lais. I'V v'lioiii hp It) surthcd, together V 'il lils vi re. wild wiih Kslcll.t Wright f "r..inpt n, whom I'e ti tu i !-! I In l'.LVi. lie . i lc.it i- a vicing nnii nnd daughter I I) 11 H I'V fit- il u .'ir. Mr- Ashby S. Head, or 1P r toft of Hip First Congrega .i.'i was lielltlly draped In. .III) otclil.ig I" un-mor) of Hi'. (I'd i. Hip rhnlr's long-time .i . Sll J 1 nli'1 ' i Iti !P4 ' .1 r 1 " 1 If ' til 'i St vr 1 1 i .1 -f ulio'si I'imernl whs IicM nt 7:3". U I' JilCkSoll offli liili'il ninl the . holr sans "Peace, Perfect old "Abide With Me." Thn wiip il. K. Pcnlley. H. I!. An W l. I'lmtnllcr nnd K. P. 'I hp ri'iTuilna were tnhen Tnps nniK to A'lrnll. N. Y.. for Inter- Iveltnn of the iirolnite rotirt i il Mumlnv ,i ili'clslini lor t In t ' i I t n Hie envu of Piisiui A. Alfred .H i n Kearney, iiilinliilstiatnr for the of Darltm 1". Urailllpy. Mis. Al- i 1 roimlit a petition Xovcmhpr 1, j' i ln for tin lpinoval of ICeantpy as i 1 liu-trator, iiIIpkIiik Hint Keirney ) i i in ipctcil to perform Ills iluticM in 1 I iiv,'lim 'lit apilnst Mrs. .lane S. i' ! to recover certain nioii'-yi. The I ih i.istraior eoiilil not m-c that his c' lav In iloiifs this anil the suit fol ji ii "il The cise w ill protmhly bo to ii itlior I'onrt ' r ui.itii of Mrs. Mary A. l.ynph m -r. I Monilav niornini; at hpr hump i i 1 in o i .im'Iiiip, after an Illness of nvir . Ix ears. Mi's. Lynch was 7'l )e'ira oil nntl im s.ii'xlvpil by a ilauglitci . Mip. Ji P.. .be liMin, ainj a son. .lohn P. l.iu h, this cit), ami also by two ulsters, Mr Tlumins J.iah.v of P.rooltlyn. N. V., i -nl Mrs. M. (iibo of MaiH'hi'Sti r, t'or.n., imil a brotlier. John Sloan, of W'ansa, . The funer'tl was helil a' St. M I'lmrch W'eiliipsilay niurnliiK nt III P o'' lock. hp h" il . r i: lenlh of .lohn Itnrnell on Hired n'-'ht at the home of his son, Ibirtull, of South .Main street, afl tl ret iM'i'Ks' IIIiipss. Mr. nnrnell urn in Sw. niton 71 yem.s ago anil Ived by five children. Mrs M. M. i f I Mtnontoii. Aibrrla. Mls-s ,leie Uf i' fliirncll of Shlloh. Me, II. A. Hnnn'11 if 'lMle I'.ii-k, Mas-'., I". ,1. Itnrnell ot l( iiiddlpli. and '. II. Iturtiell of this elt. n d ,i!si li a brotlier, Charted A. P.nr i." of iioilstoeh. The funeral was ln-ld at 'he I ii'-p Toe-day afternoon at two o' 'm k t the nun ..'I nit et mu or the Melho d S'Miila) si hool. offiPi rs were cIhipii i follow-; Snpi'i inti nd"iil . .lanns I'hy i iiur h .ism' i. ml siiperlrr.endent, Y. S rti'ir: si-iictar). I!a)inonil K, Palmer: i Miuit Mls.s NeM'e Miller; trc.iMircr, I It Stev-ei-s librarian, MIph Helle '11 i ' phmlsi. Miss Margaret P.tit-Uley; i' on, tor, Mr.s. II. K. Scott; Mipcrintcii dini or rell. roll. Mis. Harvey t'ollins; h 'pi rltiti iiih i. of Inline ilepartiin nt, M Maine I'. Mo) lc! T'jc Pi v 'I I.. Tin. niton of Sanmis. Mi lia ni-i i-pti-il tin- i all to' the I'lrst P her"!ilNt Cliorch of this city and will liter np'ii. Ill- itutles the Hist Siinda)' in Miirch No ri'Kiilnr sitvIpps have ben in-Ill In the- church for sometime, and an oi Eanlr.Pil effort will be made to place t ir ninlsh In its former prominent and pros leiou State. The annual parl-'h nieeni.c will be held lii the church cstiy on Mini flu evenliiK, January , at which tlnip officers will be elected ami the nn n ial baiariet htvpiI. A son was born to Mr and Mrs. Arthur Ilradlev SouIp Miniday. 'I'hp Albeit (tri-piie property at tin hay has been sold to I'.ihvard HiMicy; Hip con-s-hleralldii bplne 1 .-".tut. tr and Mrs. V. Iteeehi-r I'onil.i will lenve iipM week on u month''! trip to I .1 n II 11 1 II Mrs Thomas A nstey and son, Wllllfn i An-tev, iiie i;ojie to Montreal where tle-y will reside. (leorue V. Wells s sovefely III with rlicnniatlriu at hl home on Fairfield .street. Mrs, Hurry 1 James h is Knnn tn New York, wheie rhe Intends In pass the winter. Miss f'ordle M. Chase Ims returned to Wnshlnnlon, l ('.. after an extended visit here All fear of a short lee crop In this vi cinity has been eliminated by the ureat lee iniiltlliK weather of the past in dii)s. lee nt the liny hi now 10 inches thick and teams nrn crossing between North Hero nnd flrand l-lo and this city. The hlch winds Manila. nlKht played an odd prank with the roar of a storage shed located near tin rner of redcral and Center Stroetf-. The roof, 1(1 b) M feet, FREE g 5 ; PRESS s S ' ; wiih lifted hodlly from the nprl!it nonK carried across t'enter street and deposited upside down and unbroken on Hie north side of Hip street The l-'oss farm at St. Albans Hay, own ed by Mi s. J. Ilnrroti l-'u-i ami regarded as one of the tlnciit pieces of farmlim proierly In New MiiKhind, has been sold to Di'lphus I. n Alottc of Pike III vcr. quo., who will take possession Match I. Tlio i onslderalloii was $a',n). V. J I '. Watson, who inn been in.in tiKcr nf the St. Albans Pliimblni; llcat WA company for several yeats, has te slmieil and Janiinrv I., will rh to Huston lo take a position on the road. Mrs. I. s. HostwIi'U with Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Ilostw'lck ittiil tw hlldren will leave soon for Sarasnta. I'la.i wIiiiip thev will reniiiln until April I. The annual mectlm; id the Welden National bank uns held Tuesday, the repoi showlni! ii very prosperous )eir. Directors w-re eleeteil as fol lows: llx-tlm IMwaril C. Smith, W. Mei-eher l''iiliil.i. .llldKe II. A. Chitten den, 'tephen '.. Ilnyce nnd John P. Itlch. The iiruntilziitliili Is: Piesldeiit. II. C. Stultb; Ive-presldenls, w. t. rotlda and 1'J, A. Chittenden; cashier, John C. Striitiiihan At the annual meet Inn of the Si. Albans Mi-i-risi,i' i-otnpiiny Tin-day thu fol lowlns dltectors were chosen; Kt-Onv, IMward C. Smith, Frank 1.. (Jreeno, l''rnnk H. Cliinnliorlln, II. A. Chlttenilen nnd Nolson II. lKctiyer. OtllceiH elected were; President, IMward C, Smith ; ninnaf?ei- anil treastirei-. Nelson V.. I.'llcuyef; eveciitive i-onimlttee, II, C Smith, Finnic li. (Ireene nnd N. K. l.'Fciiyer The annual mectlm; of tin stock holders or the FrnnUllii Cmiiity Sav Inirs ItanU and Trust company was held Tuesday, when the fullowlm; were electe, directors: Henry l. Mor ton. Charles K. Si-horf, Nelson liood speed, AVIIllam T. Merrltt. Illram P.. Weeks nnd I,. J. Morton. The otllcers I electtl were C. .;. Sehoff. pr.'Sldent ; A. It. Ileemnn. vlee-piPslilent: Aaron Wesson, treasurer; S. K. Thorp, as sistant treasurer. The water meter problem, which the city rci entlv acipdreil. was taken up at a special lneellnw of the city council Tuesday nlitht. when bids were received from in firms, nenrly all ot which were represented by ayetits with samidcs of their meierw. The council was unablp lo reach any satisfactory conclusion a to which meter tn adopt, nnd finall) de clilcd to reject all bids and beiiln over ncnln. H Is probable now that the wnier committee will investimite the merits and juices of the vailous meters and report Its findings to the council, lilds were asked for l.mo meters, flve oluhths dlameicr, delivered. 'I'he bids fol low: llerse) Mi'ir. I'n. of Hostou. ViM each, complete, Huffalo Meter Co. of Ittlffalo, J.'i si; rittshuru Meter Co. of New York, IvIO nnd .V"i.4o; (Jamon Meier Co .nf Newark. ,?7 1". National Meter Co. of Boston, t;7.il lo IK; I'lilon Water Meter Co. of Woicester, J-t -S; Thompson Meter Co. of liroolilyn. ii.7in and $V4l; Nejitune Miter Co. of New York, "!. 10; II. It. Worthlnmon. lioston. '!..i. The matter or Hi" ccrMtlcatlim and jirlntlni; of the JtV.mi bonds ailthorlzeil at the special ill)" uiettlni; 111 IVceinhcr was ti.ih.scd b) the council. This amount In cludes Hie 1' S. deioslt fund of JlL'.rille, which Is rel'unilcd, savlim the city tKb Intel est annuall). The annual nipcllnyr and banipiiv ot the ()1 club was attended by about li members, the affair beltiK most enjoy, able. New members of the board of nianai.-er.s were elected for three years as follows. William P. MiT.eod, Selden S. Watson. Piank M. Spauldlnc, 11. M. Austin and Charles I-:. Pfll. The officers elictfd an. Stephtn H. Ilnyce, liresl- leni; ltalph l. Clin i-e, vice-president, and Jed II. Saffoid, secretary. FAIRFAX. The IadiCi.' Mls.slonar) socicly ot the P.niitUt Churih met with Mrs. ttoardin.iii Wednesday atternoon. Mis. Adelald I'heirler Is -lov ly faillllK. 1 leman Hunt has tonstlitK- Dewex Hack Is attendi.ur ihe d.nr;. school m llurllimton.- Arthur ttallmil was in llurllnmon Wednesday - c S. Ilow ird was lu Pan llniitou Tuesil.iv. -The Itev. IioukI.is (iut-st of K.-M'x Junc tion Is as.-lstlnt; the Itev. Mr. Ihinlels In the meetings at the Methodist Chinch. -Charles MiQulnne) of lioston, who has been visiting his mother, Mrs. Wllhain MorrNon. lias returned home. Mr. and Mrs. II. N McNall and Ml.s Mnrjoila Connor spent Wednesday In HiirltiiKton. The Itev. F. A. Sterling of Waterburv Center, an evangelistic s-lnifi'i, Is asslstlnt; nt the ineetliiKS till" wick at the Metho dist lvplscopal Church. FLETCHER. Mar.inrle Parsons has returned lo llnr llnutoii, where she 1- a Iteiidlni; school. Ciuv (Ireen of Uakirsfb-ld spent Sunday In town. M. I.. Hicks- of Fairfax w is In town Wednesday. IMward Tinker of Johnson has been l.sltinir rrl.itlves lu tow n., HILL WEST. Miss llatile Ji-wi-tt ha returned from St. Albans. Miss He mice l Shanraw of Montcomery Center was with her pai enls, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Shan-.'1'aw, aver Siinday. Otis Waul, who has made Ids home with his Kruinlinnther, Mrs. Herbert liavlllc, lor a lorn.' time. ha,, t-'om- to live with his mother In Itlchford. - Mrs. Henry I, umbra has returned to tin- home of hi-r daiiKhter, Mis. W. P, Shaimraw. Fertno Hull of Sains-onvllle jias-sed a part of hist week here on his farm, i etiirnlnu homo .Sunday -'!, S. Potvlu has completed work for H. K. Domlna at Samsonvllle' and has employment with c. T. Hall & Co. In the I, umber woods Mary Hennerson of North Hill was miest of Mrs. I.llllan Inn iius over Simdav. Mrs. Orllna Mucin pilled Sunday with her niece, Mrs. Mary Piulvah, who Is 111. The condition of Mrs. Piidvah Is nunc hopeful at present. -Fred Potvln, recently from nreeiivllle, Me., has employment with C 'I'. Hall A Co. In the lumber woods. MONTGOMERY CENTER. Homer l.aplant wan taken ipiHe sudden I) 111 nt .1. C I lutelilns's mill Monday and bad to he taken home. Miss Julia Wood in of Veriicnnes Is teachim; thn jirlin iry oin in thu Krailcd school. -Hay M. Can H of Worcester, Mass., Is lu town vli-lt-his jinrents. -Thero wen- reporttd to i 'hi town clerk by physicians In town for He year l!li. births and ! deaths. Harvey Newelly, who ici-ently sold his bourn nt the vlllaue, Is at Harvey I.lim hra's. Karl Peterson, who has for a year or more had chnrttu of Nelson & Hall's otllce, has leslmied his position and ex jiects to no next week to WlnnlpeK, Man. MONTGOMERY. .Mr and Mrs. Flo)d Marllu returned honin .lanuary I fiom Coolc.shlrc, iue Charles Clark Is critically 111 with pneu monia. -The Ladles' Aid society met Wed nesihiy afternoon lit the jiiiisoniiKe. The W. C. T. 1. will meet with Mls.s Hell l.a Fountain Friday afternoon. -Mrs. PeliT Holt Is 111 with iiueimioula. ENOSBURG. The annual meetliif? and roll call of the CoiiBreKiitlonnl Church was held Thin sflay, January 1. Tho various so-eleile-. of the church, the school, etc, wt'iu reported 111 a nrutueious eunilltjun with nil hills imlil The Indies seived dinner In the wstr). In ,he nfirrnooii the choir l'uvp some eceilcni nuislc. The roll of membership was called bt Hip lerk, (l. a. I'asseit, the member presiit lespondlin; by a few words or a erse ftotu the ttlbte, nnd several letters from nhspiit inemliprs Were read b) Mrs .1. M. WrlKht. For iiiiiny vmim then has not been Hit 'Ii a wind n.t on Monday nlKhl. .lantinrv !, dolnts d.iiiume In Hie .sontlieast part of the town, nnroofim; houses, uiircotlne (i,,, bicnlihiK teh phone jioles ,md whes. U took the smoke sta-l HIT Hip saw mill IipiiiIiik to I'. I KelHleld and sealtpred lumber, blew ott some r,, feet of roof on Hie ell irt or .1 M. WrlKht'H home, took off a part of the cow bam roor ami Hip IiIk barn door; lifted the intlro roof of llayden Stiell's burn and let It down lu idace imaln. hut hlowlim out every bain door. It took part of the roof of Mr. liardner Whltcomb's house, nNd the phlmiipy and part or Hip toof of J. II. Heed. Many It ct'S In the ti'lKhboorhood were blown down. The new fins polo In i lie yard of Hie Wrli.dit - hool house was broken In three jileces bv the wind storni last nUht. Tin- fanilb' of Leonard Hoed Is 111 with re", ere colds nnd i:rli. Mrs llattle I.. NI.'lniN and Mr". I'dna l.eaeh are at Mrs. Dan K. Woodward's RICHFORD. .MIks slmud of A. Hertrinlc Flanairia hn te ller inHtlon as clerk In the sloru N. Cl.ipp. Tlii- llev. W. T. I'orsytlip, lector of St. Ann's Kplsi opnl I'lllltcb. bus bein niipomtcii editor of the "The Mountain Ik ho," ihe dloiev.in IMIipr, In snipped (he Ib-v. rf. If. Wat kins, lute of Si. Albans, icslmied. Dr. C. S. Si-iillild has bleu iiipii!nl' d sur spon im tin. iiorthpin division of the Central Vermont i.'llway and for the Si. .lohns-Moiitreal lines of tin- (Iraml Tnmk i ailw ay.- A savings deiimlmeni ot the Ul'llfoid JiO-lofriee Will lie estllb- h'heil .Inni'ary K aitthorltv for .he inime ImvltiK been Ki'.mtril limn V,i.hlnitnii -Havld Mmcy of Soti'h P.Iuhford Is ill with jili-url-y. Mr. and Mrs. Frntik K Hmi'ii were called tu Cleveland Wednes day by t ie death of a brother of Mr. 1iK-ns. Ft ed Phii'iciif I..-S leiurtied to natdinH:. Mass.. h.iln-,' been laMed hero by ihe ile.i'h of 'iU motlier, Mr. Peter Pliaiieuf. In a oue-sldi d same of 1 ajl-.ethnl! !n the Swenl-f oinlni;s comiiany's new hall !""rllnv evenlns the Klchford hlch school team defeated the Sheldon town team.--Tim P.ov. Morjan K. Pease of Prm idene ;, r:. I., was prevented bv lllne-s from eom Ins t-i Itlchford to prc'ieh In I hp I'aptist Church Simdav as 1ml beei .mnouueed. He hopes to (ill the enirai:"meiit next Kimtl.iy. The l!ev. W. C. .-'eotield preach, ed both mornlni,- and evenlni: -J. 11. Mills nnd family of West roronio. f int.. ate a; Ihe home of .Mrs. is' parents, Mi ami Mrs. I. Newton .Intic SWANTOK. At a me.-tiin; of tl'.e Altar so.-letv of the Chun h of N.unl.v. .Mrs, P. J. I'airell v is eleeteil tni-lil-nt. Mrs A. K. Catr ce-prcsiiieiit, Mrf iieore I,. I.oli-elle s-ccretiiry. and Mrs I'rid Mon ette treaf.urer.-i). M. Fen in. ileparlnii-m (oinmandpr, !. A. II. will l juesent at the cnm)llii- of I'mt Jew ot t at Columbia hall Tliursilny eM-nliiK. A ilelacliu ent f Comiiany It, V. :;, (t. (,f St. Albans will uttciid and five in exhibition drill. ENOSBURG FALLS. Miss Marlon JocK'n of St. Paul, Miiin., a senior In Lasell Femlnarv. is a lmipsi of Miss Aiinln Mel rill -The lmi I tem- jicrature Snturday xeio. Sunday saw above and Sunda) 1 biJow. The Mlsslsqunl nm'ht was ".'."i below" a niiiAlnuim of 5 nlwht a nilnliuum of Mil Isti-rlal assocla- tlon. was entertain Itev. W !'. Clark, ent beside the Hue d Moiiibiy bv Hie 'there were ju-es- i-e "lelHyniell of the elilt .ter.v. who Is v i 1 1 1 Mr. Clark, of We-t tierkslilic. S'-itleld ninl Iioiit; SI"iiicn,on of Fast illlnjre and Kvans IioIiIIiir meetlnxs Messrs. I loiitchn-s Forsyllie, lllKl-v, la.-s of Itb hford. Itiikhhire and Vr.iijenbiiry of Hnos-buri,- Mrs. c ,j rinstroiiB was In HurlliiKton with Mr. Ainistions ncr Sunday c .. ilolilen, who had been in Franklin a few days, returned TupMkiy accompanied bv his untie. It II. Drown. Miss Hvol)n Lnrabce, who was operatiM on at her home in Herk shlre, went to Si. lhaiis Tuesday, where she will enter the hospital fin further treatment and posslbl) an op era I Ion. Mrs. Maud Jennc. her nui-.-e. nci onipanled lier and will remain with i her. D. W. Ames ami S. C. Tow le a!"' In IturllliKtoii Mies Annie Men 111 and her friend Miss Marion Jocl.vn returned to I..isel Seminii)'. Aiiburn dnlo. .Mass., Tuesday. In the smerest storm Monday nlijht mid Tuesday there was coniiuiratlvely small tin in -hkp done In the IHiiKe. A section of the lirldKe across the river was un roofed and a part of the smoke stack lit the Wmirhusett creamery was blown off Hack on the hills, however, bnrns and outbulldlnKs were unioofed for S. P Stevens, D. U. Woodward. F .M. WrlKht, 11 T. Snell, (!. II Whltcomb. H F. Deed, Frnest Lewis. C,. W C,.. illiius and James Woodward. V. W. Cole lost a number ot siiKnr ninpieii 1'. L. Kentteld lost the snrikesliu k otf his mill and several thousand feci of lumber weie scattiied over a laise aiea. It. D. Lainondn's house, known as t'.m Watklns place, was unroofed. C. It. Abell nnd Ii. F.. Ileatty also luiil stor iiko sheds demolished. V, 11, fivltt, who hai been In Lamoille county for several dnys In the Interest of the telephone company, has been at home for a fow dnys. returning thcie Wed nesday. The oltleciH of the Ciithollc Order of Feresters recentl- reported In these notes were Installed Tups- dny evetiliiK. There wn a social In tlio Mothodlst Church Wednesdm even in? followlncr lb" regular Diiworlli Leacue i-prvlce. WEST BERKSHIRE. The Itev fllenn W. Douplass .ittendi'd the Msi.sipio ministerial meeting at FnoshurK Falls Monday. Jo.-eph Washer anil brother. Hordou, of .loluison. h ive opened their father's blackunlth shop BEAVER. File Has discovered Suinla iiiormiiK hi tlio hnrn ol Ihe III own boys' neiir the brick church loo lute to sail' anythlni;. All the jloddcr, live horses, one cow, one yearllns, one calf, mid a hou, ,ls Wln HM all hiiincs.-t-s and f.irniiui; tools and threshlm? mafhlne were bnrneil. How It cniiKht Is a mystery. Time was only u small liisuiame. FRANKLIN. Mr. and Mi'h. Arthur P.and.ill, who were ctillid hero by thu death of his mother, Mrs lleh-n llandall, n-tiuned to their home In SpiliiKllolil, Mass., Friday Tlio men of the ConnreK.itlon.il society will Blve im oysicr siiiipi-r In llu-lr chureli par lors Thursday cvciiIhk, Januaiy IS. Dr. and Mis. Welch have been III, but are much Improved. -Mrs. Mary Morey Mch sler has em,,, in Sprlmilleld, Mass., to spend the winter The Buy. F- AY. Vny left for Oherlln, Ohio. Wednertny afler the funeral of Mr.s, Itand.ill. AinoiiR those from out of town to attend the funeral or Mrs, Itandall wcte Mrs, Mary Onteg or liakerutlcld, Mrs. Auiiii Wilson or ItlcPford, Mf nn'' 'V"', ' "h" ,'"l",r, and Waldo Smith "f "erknhlre r W Mnrunii has lif" hmtfip for sfvpni' diivs rheumatism. f.'hnndler Kauiui nnd Mhyil" Ploof M.ri tniirrlfd at, llli-'ld.'''i'r ''"1,,' few days IIU'll. BERKSHIRE. A M. Jphiip, II l'"rlv A' A I "'til are altPiidliu.' the dalrMUeli's mectlm; m HiirlliiKtoii. Mr"- '' Jt'l'iiton rcinrneil from (Inrdiipr. Mus., Friday. -Tim I)or c.is coclety met Weihiifsd.iv, Jatiiiatv 10, with Mts. A. M. Jfntie. Allst Kvclyu Lar abee went to 111" hoipltul nt St. Albans Tuesday bir I H'rl1 Hivi lini-nt. Mrs. Carrie Sinclair Is vlsllln her ihiuuhter, Miss Ulllaii Wcl'H. "I Northampton, Mass. GEORGIA. The Hpwor.n I eaitlle Will ircsen ,i two-act comiih ill 1 1 led "A lllee 'n,. dim:" al Hie low" hull Friday ceiium All are conllnllv liulted. Al the rcuul.ir mcetlm,' of ll.inliei- (iraline. No. :IW. I' of II., Frlil.i) evfiilliK Hie. olllcers lor Ihe )iar were In-tnlled l-y State Deputy II. W. Saruelit of llraltluhoi'ii, asslieil ,., Mis. Sai-ucnl and Mis. H. A. Curtis -if SI, Albans, nl let' whirl' Were M-lieil. l- nnd Mrs lefr-siinienis Sargent v.(t of Mr. and ctitpiialiicil Mrs. Hairy lotllltleil to at Ihe liollte H eiu'tl.s.-It. the house bv Uyan Is Illness.- Mt-i Louise Itnllmd has tetuiiied rioni Water btity. when sh" has been fur a few dnvs at tlic home nl Mi. and Mr- r I. K'lilfht. -The lb '1 H. Lock is assist. ItiK the P.uv. C. M Itcdstotie of Milton lu ev.in"ellsllc si i Ice i. Mis, s. M. 'i( h is lettirned lo In r homo lu Si. Alb in-, after carim; for he: sister. Mls Marv Itanl-lli, who Ims Lien 111 of Klip.-):. ,. Wood, dlsiHct trrmd miisler, was in St Alb. ills Filil-.y .iiahi't and !us,i,i (, o'll.eis uf the S: AUi.ins Lodje, Nn i, I ",n. '. -Martin V Pen-, is m hi .1 Mrs ANon W. ..I. ' ', ' T. Curtly and I-. II Hauls me .n Ilnr luiKtnn ntteiidliii; the Wrmotit dull vmen's meiHim. Mis elm i Illlss nf -;i .ii,.IM, I cnrlim for her v ti-r. Miss N.-i 'i, I" Is III. -Smiil.1) iven'm- tin. Fpivortli Le:ii;t.e',i ,'rrviie will he in chmee r MM ii Mi.tln aii'l the pMhi, , t ,, 'ij'ii'l'. r-e n' Man's llnteiprlie" SWANTON CENTER. Mr I., nl ,l,o vl-'ted 1,1 . ilaiiKhl olhei n .'.-tb i s .i'.rlm; the ludld i) '.ill 'lid I , Kone to Faitilinin, Q., f,. a ,-, . liyu bi'i'tiie ictiir.i iil hi I l work In the m.uer l iovinees. Mis- M-i:y Dol.in has nturned from a two wcekv visit with h-r mother .n Herkslihe -l-Jslher l!n). and Dor. C.ltli-l IllUc li'llllneil Id Uleil ,-l'lllles 11 ihe hiirh splmol al Sw inion, alter the holl dm '.-A ilaiiKiiii-r, I lohn Lmi.si-. was Imrn December ..s to .i-. ,,,,i Mi. n. .. Cameron ot Smnii.n' Lane, N. y. M,s, Cameron, who is veil known here, w.is fo 'iuerly Mis, ),,.; !iw,. f Hi, . don. nnd Is a nleee of Mrs. A. I'. Itoyce of this pine.--Mis c .;. iiepluirn. who passed the hnlidavs at Tupper Liihi-. N. Y.. and will visit lel.itlves in ecr.il other towns, writes thai the next day after her nrrlv.il In (."niton neeuiTeil Ihe tie it Ii of an ailed uncle, who had Jceri .in lin.illd for k! M'ars. A curious colnciilcncp Is that when Mrs. Hepburn visited .it li.u place the la"t lime, thru- vears aco, Pie iioxt dav 'iftir her ai rival, the need .mill, wire of this mii'le. died af'ter a lonK lllne-is Mr.s. Heiihuni reached Colion four davs earlier llll- year than III l.'l'i. Mis.. Nellie Catllti went Mondax to North Sheldon for a few day.- at the home of her nn le. T F. Catlln. EAST FAIRFIELD. The usual I'lld.'i) nlKlit whist pally Willi dnneinit Inuu in until l-j will be held In opci a hall Jftuu.m IT. Th" proceeds will tin "o the Vllla-re Imp'nn e'meut society. -Miss Sat.i l.pa. h ol Sandy Hill. N Y.. is Mslttut; her urandpaieiit". Mr. and Mis. Harry Leach Alius s.na Mtuill and Diiiiald M.d I innlels, u In. vlsllcd al Ihe home ol Mr. and Mis. o.sc.ir Mer rill, Mls.s Mm rills patents, the holidays, have ii'tiuucil to Wistbiin). Ma.s., where licit 1 1 ate i-niplm ed In th' asvlum for Ihe in-atic- Mr. and Mrs William Wiluut hllVc Killli' to IliiusekeeplriK on Si hool street in one of l",.snn Wells's :. no. nn nts L. lirnvtr Chase ami William Hleiinani, who are .Uteudlns: a niedlcnl collet-e iii Philadelphia, Penn.. have n lurueil to then siinllcs aflet -p"inlini: the hol!da)s with n l.illves here. GRAND ISLE COUNTY ALBURG. 'I'lle Hl'illll Of Ml-' Ltliel llclli'V.L Cuiilcr. tlih-l daiinhtir of Mi. .tint Mrs. Heorue W. Stioinr. and li.iylon Maurice, aent for the Ceuiial Verm. mi Hallway ciimp.iuv nl this station, occamd Jan. I at si i.'cluck at the home of the hrlde, the Itiw. (ii'iirp H. Johnson of rtii" llmrtou ofriclalliiK. The bride was attend ed by her sister. Miss Lulu Currier, and W. J, Maurice, brother of the kiiioiii, iv.is Ihe bes( mail The In ide's ynwn was of i lute uii'ssallue and she carried a houipiel .'f while roses. A weildliiK slipper was seived after Ihe ceri-mons. The happy oiiple left that nlnht for a trip to Ch!cai,'o .mil will be home the l.'.th. They will re side In the new tc'iemciit recently com pleled lo W .1 .Imncson. Amoiiir the out of town Kilesls al the weddini; were the Misses (ieiirude and Krlith Lowell of Mid illebui). Mi.s. 'I. I. Maurice of Cambi hlcr.i Jiuailou, .Mis. a. 11 Lallounty of Cam hrbllic nnd Mis U c Mmsh of Sheldoi. GRAND ISLE. The YounK Men's club of (Irand Isle 'lel.l their reuinr mectlm; Frhliy even lnc, when three new inenibeis were In Ulatiil. The roll . all Is now ,M members. A.s 1'rlilnv evenlni; Itenerallv lnui other en tertaininents, they have decided to hold their mectlm-; on Monday evenliuts here after. Al tenuis Vondoll died after a Ions Ill ness nl his noinc m Cir.uul Isle. He was CI )ears or line. He leaves a wife, live soils and four d iimhtcis. ills funeral will he held Thiusila) at the Cliutch of Si. jtnse. Mrs file Iteynolds Is III. -II. W. Liuld and II. .1 Parker attended the mcet lm; of the Pomona KrniiKo at Isle La Motle. -K, .! Parker and several others are In attendance at the dairymen's mcet lm; In ItuiiliiKtou.-Mrs Ashley Hna vMteil her nioihir over Htiudav. Tho Vnntlnes ii I vn a whist party Thursday evcnlnu'.- c.irtol Mncomhor has sold his farm to William Cassldy of South Hero. -Miss Hoi-eiie Diirotln of South Hero and James Hnrt wero married in Wlnooskl Tuesday, Jnnuarv ! Mr Hart Is well known iu (Irand Isle. ISLE LA MOTTE. V mietliiK of Hi" Pomona ilranuo of l Irand Mo county was held at Isle La Motto January ' and was well at tended cniisldeiln'i; the coudlllnn of tlio ronds and the snvot" cold weather and blizzard Mis. I.enu MontKomery and daimhler. Cora, returned to Huiilni;ton Sunday aflir iwo wctlis' vacation at their home.-Tlie I'erry mjHW' was taken mlt nhoiil sl weeks iiko and the lake did not fieeze until Friday, tho f.th. Tciim are ciut-sInK 'lu"t Inches of i;ood new lce.--Andrew llolromb has relurned from n two weeks' visit to New York. Thn lio. (leoiiio H. West cult wan in llurllim ton Monday Mim Hontrloe Hounhton 'n 'e.u hlnn school at Sout,h Alhurif. The tin mini rtorunnlnallrm fif tho Sunday school of Ihe Melliodlsl Episcopal riuircli wns held Inst fliindin nt wlileli lime the fol lowing ofllepi.- mid teacher. were elected: Hiiperliilendent. .1. K Doolln, iisslstatit superlntcndeit. Mrs II. S. Fleury; .leere tnrt, Mls F.lliibeth Naylor. treasurer. Miss cynthla llltehle. orirnnlst, Mln llattle Fifty; llhrniliiii, frTlni lluth Thotnns. superintendent of home depart ment, Miss Herllui Osborne; super intendent cradle roll, Miss Hena Hill. Teiiclii'ls eleeted iu follows: Class No, 1, J. K. Doolln; cla.is No. s. Miss Cynthia llltehle: class No. .1. Mrs. F. a. Fleury; class No. I, the lle. ti. C. Westcott; rln No. .'. Mrs H. p. Fifty; class No. rt, Mrs. II. W. Hill. The leporls of the ottlcel"! for the jiast year show the rehnol to ho In nourishing condition HYDE PARK. Senator Pike of Stowc was In town FH ihi) ileoiKi. Foss, who has been 111, Is bellpr. H. W. (lodcttc and family have returned rnnii a two weeks visit mi Aihll.-on count v. T Lclnnd of Water lniry was In town Friday. Miss Mabel S. Collins spent Friday In MorrlsvUle. Peter MiHiiueeii lectures here January Ul. The CouiiivKatlonal Sunday school has elected lit'i'.Jmillli Mwoll, siifierln telldeiit: 11. C. Dnimlnss and D. II. Feiili ncr. iissstant.: Jibs Frnlitcs Noble, i-ee. r.'tmy; Mlf.s Dmothy .Scofield. treastuer. Miss Fmlly HtilUurd has returned i i Ml. Iloiyoke Seminar). William ChilMy has returned to Albany Itieiness College -Mrs. Diehard Molles lj ; ,,,,,, health At Ihe meeting of tho Men's Forum at the Con.'.'repallonal Chiiroh Sunday, H. W. f I ii I bti rtl Knve an Interestlin; ud,lrej.s up on "Criinlrals and the Penal lawi " -L ' A. deflated llrltfh.mi iteidoun nt bas ketball hen- Inst FrIJcy by a (.core of l'J to Pi. -Mrs Melora Nt . e is ."el lou-ly 111. - Mr and .Mm. H. L. Cook of Khorulium are at Hvde P,nk Inn. The annual din ner and n.cetlns of Ihe ConirroKallomtl church i'n held Saturday with a (.rood ntteinlanie After dlnii".- the following were elected- 'lerk. Mir A V. Wli-wcll. treasuter, F M Culveer, business com mittee, I . ii. Lewis, H M MeFirl.iml, D. 1 1. SeribiKr. Mrs. Noi-n SeoHolil. Mrs. j. Ii. I'.illi.ani.s; a"ilnis. K ii Shei'Win, . II .-'crlbner. Miss Ill.inche llrlifhnin; tiuMres. H. M. .Mi l-'arlnnd. P It. Foster. N. CI. Wood i a, bb i ominlltce, p. W. llulburd, W D Strontt, H. A. No)es. The re;iort of the financial cummlttun showed all bills pnld nnd n srood bnlun-'e. The Ladies' 1 1 ib meets Monday even ing with Mrs m II. The youni; ladles have arramred a l.ip-)e,ir bull for Jan uary 1 At a 'earlnu before the pro baic court S.-itiii-dny, MIj-i- Jaekman of Slowe was 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I to the State hospi tal. STOWE. 1 1 111 i ers of H 11. I!., weie llilsalleil Kcant-Major Henry lows: Commander, vbc-conimalider. S. vlce-cominander, : Smith Post, (i A. Saturday by Ser A. Spurks as fol- I H. Ayers; senior M finish: Junior ; II SpnnldlliK; siirireou. 11. W. Adams: chapluln, W. C. Ilostwick: olllcer of Hie day, Abriun litirnett; miard. Henry lllhbs; quar tet master,, P. P. Pike; adjutant, Ira Munn. The ladies of the llellef Corps served dinner at noon, and lu the aft ernoon the followim- otllcers for the corps were Installed - Piesldeiit, .Mrs, Phoebe Adams, senior ice-jireident. Mrs. Marv Smith; senior vice, Mrs. Nellie Harrows, chaplain, Mrs. Lucy Siiihner; treasurer. Mrs. Anna Kim ball: secretary, Mrs. Mellnde Drinfur: conductress, Mis. Susie Ronrdinnu; olor beareis. Ml" 1.111a Sallies. Mrs. Percy Peterson. Mr.s Mae Moultou. Mrs. Allle Peterson, nsMstaut Kiiard, Mis Diiiin.i llonier. assistant conduct less. Miss llessle Adnnis. press lejiur ter. Mrs. Alice A. Raymond, patriotic iustiu. lor. Mis Lienor Oar.. These I'xon les were public and laittcly at- teniled. Tile lllf'lllbi I s uf tloual Chinch luiil Thiir.-ilay, seniui; follow iim officers and trea.si.ier. Mrs deacon to succeed the Fhl 1'onn-n.i-their annual meeting dlniiir at noon Thu were elected: Clerk . Alice A. Itaynniiid; Truman II Smith, who ii s lieil to be li.npin. husui. s W. II. II Moul. Sr . Ii. Siind.iN Mis. Aloe eieclfd officers leaver soiiel) n lelieved. (leoige W. committee, lo succee.l on. reigned. Alva I' si hool supei Intenib'U, Ita vmnnd. The newly nf tin- Cluisilan Kn f tin- 1 'ongrcgailoiial Chinch are: President, Mrs. A. It. Straw; vice.prcsliii n:, Miss Martha Wright; so' r"t,iry. S. II. Warieu. treasurer. Miss I.ois .Straw The I'nll) Cliuivh L.adle' Aid .11 It.s. .itiiiual meeting Thursday elected nf In cm as follows. Dlreetms, Mis. W A. Smith, Mrs. Howard Smith, Mrs i-;. c. Itussell, Mrs. John Straw; 1 clary. Mrs. i c. nashaw, assis tant .secietary, Mrs, a. u. Douglass Mr. and Mrs. ft. S McAllister have re ceived news of 'he death of the daugh ter limn leccntlv to their "nn and wife, Mr. and Mrs ! .1. Mi AHMer. -The West llraneh Circle met it It Mis W. N. Uoherts at the parsonime Wednei-d.iy. serving dinner. -Mrs. 11II11 Sanborn, who has been i-rltlcall) 111 with pneumonia, Is Improving. Hoy Itoblnson, who Is 111 with pneumonia at the hoinc of Ids parents, Mr and Mrs. 1-1. J Knhinson. is doing well. Mrs l.amplieiii and two children, who hate been III, are reentering. Mlsse I'earl Van and lllrdie Hrowii of Moscow went Monday lo Itniilngtuii for treatment lor appendicitis. Max, the little son of Mr and Mrs. H. Straw, who Is III with pneumonia. Is doing well. Mi. Newell Hljiolotv. who has heen 111 for two weeks nt the home of lur sou, "Wilbur H. Hlge low. in Salem, Mass., Is more comfort able. At the annual meeting of tlio I'pworth l.e.igilo connected with the Methodist llplscopitl Church these officios were elected; President, Miss Marlnile Watts ili-s vb e-presdeni Mis. v. N. P.obeits; second vice-president, K, ' . Sleeper, third, Mrs. Carrie K. Stiaw; fourth Mis Alma Itrush; secietuiai'. Miss Mlldied Sleeper, tieasnrer, Mr.s. Flora lllodgctt Miss Hlvn Wnuen, who has been ill, returned to the 1 nlvenlty if Veimont Sunda) ThermotncteiK regis teied from '12 to So below Sunday morn ing. At (Jeoige W. Harlow's tit the foot of Mt Manslleld It was .' below, the coldest eter noted by Mr. Harlow lu a lifelong lesldenec. The hour for Ihe supper of Sickle Chapter, nrder of the Knslern Star, Is lite o'clock, a- usual, Instead of sv ns stated -The tlilnl entertainment In the high school course it ill he given al the Akelev Meniiulil building h'rldat even ing bv Ihe Tennessee Jubilee slngeis -An nil. day meeting will he held Saturdny hy Mau.sllrld Mountain Clinliuc tilth Initia tion lu the forenoon, an ister dinner at noon and liisialhillon of olllcers In tho afternoon. -Tl" f nth utiarteii)' confer ence of the oniclnl boaid of Ihe Mcthodll.t Fplscopal Chinch will he held at the pur snniigo Satiiidny et piling. The Itev. W . Shaw. dlMiiel supei Intendent, will bo present. .Mrs. Jennie l.uce, who uniler went a i-erlous surghtil. operation nt the Mai) Fletcher hospital lu llurllngton, Saturday, Is doing as well as can be expected. Mr and Mis, I). , Smith are ine est pri a profitable rize is crop A In the raislne nf nrofit.iblc rrnns. is the reasonable use nf r the right kind of fertilizers, not only to Mimulatc plant growth and proper nourishment, but to improve the nature of the soil as well. Vou are sure of such crops by usinji Swift's Animal Fertilizers propeily applied. Ueing rich in organic matter Bone, Jllood, Meat, with high grade potash, they supply essential plant footl in available forrus. READ THIS P.VinF.NCF. I uttei lait ptin) t rHe hlR nnidn rron, nrt retwiihunriUii'; lli"! flrycjt 'til?n Jur )eir, I lurrnleri J40 bunlitU 1.11 r.nr-balf acre. 1 i:- ml 1 l.iir nn.iurt ol subta lirmlnn anil ono.lulf ton of your t'r t.i'.i. I'huphiti- V y i,ninlii"i were loei trep, Tleldin; a hnnhtl from flflit hills on nart ef ll e filtl. ! foiisiHrr your rertlUier tlic bent I ercr iJd." A. Al.Mimo;., l.aktvillc, Mas, " I tiied fjv Ions nt your Swllt'n Potjn r.towtr Uit f canai nn jcrti, and v t rnp ol n),o hmheU ot nl poliUne. ,iml nitumlly 1 sua nell plt.ur-i nl'.ti th reiulu." O. K. Linnul, .-telsoti, Maine. Hwift'H Lo-n-oll Aiiinuil Kcrtlllzors are made for all soils and all crops. Our formula are ba.sed nn fifteen years' praciil cxpetltnce with New England nced. and conditions. Set our local aircnt, ot ".rite u direct for our Valuable Crop Handbook. SWIFT'S LOWELL FERTILIZER CO.0 N0lbaT0N!'l"9!iTRGET (FOR SALE BY (Soo Below) H. If. Ctuprattr, OilpTfcntar. I!. .. filler, Wllll-rton. W. . Irtab, Shflhnrne. K. V. Poa, (trci-rnl mal-Jri' their iionip at f P". nddy'o. Air. Smith and Harry Harlow at diu.wIr.K loss for -Mr Kddy Mr. nnd Mr. W J .Marutehmi niu i.oardlnt t C. F. IMdy'. -C. r. Kddy. C. 1.. McMnhon. II. 0. Mc .Muhon. II. ('. lovejoy ma b-mnui; thofe from Stone attending tint (Jryinen's meetlnus In HufiltiRtoii this wek. ls.iii ctal services for Kdwajft Ilayes wure held at one o'clock Wednesday aftcrnooit nt his hom In 'NVbimka," where na died .Miuida.), .lanuury S. ator a long Ill ness. Mr. Have.-- Has the Bon ot the late Philander Mates He was 49 ytars of age. He leaves a wife, formeily Miss liavllinl.i Culver, a datichter. Mrs. Adolph Mer chant of Wnterliury. and se.ver.il nrothns and slstei s. There will tie 1 : ,mie of baskettiall Saturday evnliiK at the town hall between Stow'o hlnh school and Spaulillne hich school of Hnrre. The Green Mountain Inn 1 belmc wired for elect! hit) I'unernl services for IMward lln)e.s were conducted by tho He. It Collins at hin home, whern he died Monday The burial was In tho Hlver Hank eemter) li. V. Hnr.r.- wns In chaiRe. AnionK those present from out of town weie Mr. Hayes's dnmjhter and husband, Mr and Mrs Adolph Mer chant of lhivbiir.. and brothers, Myron Hav of I'liderhlll and l-'rank Hates of Waterhury Center, .-ind Mrs. Haves. Mrs. Kllnklm ItlKelnw Is conmnd lo her home bv an Indisposition. The West Mrnneh Ladles- cce met with Mr. W. N Roberts Wednesday, ervlne dinner -A. H Clie.ney and Olln Sanborn were !n H)dt- fark Wednesday. A. W. Hllllm-n of SI .lohnsbury pasred Tuesday nlijht with his parents, Mr him Mrs. F. . Hlllinus. Tile Foreign Mlsslomiry so ciety of the Methodist Kplscopal Church will meet with Mr. W. N noberti Thursday iftel noon. -The Lamoille Com. mnndery, KnlBhts Templars, No. 1.1. will hold their third annual reception at the Akeley Memorial hulldlni; on Thursday evenliiK. F-'ebruarv 1 ltleys orchestra to ourre iviu iiiriu1!! mime Tor the recep lion and diticlng l-Mwin C Huss-ell ofi Hiimlllon, Mass . s- visiting his daughter, Mrs. (Hlti Sanborn Mrs Sanborn is gain- inn MORRIaVILLE. Thermometers regliloted Is degrees be low nero Saturday mornln. The condi tion of Herbert A. Stn.illey was more en couraging Sitturd.i) , the crisis having been passed at twelve o'clock Friday night. Mrs. I.eo Duhray of Swanton und nlfcis. Mrs. W. II. .Miller of Oakland, Me., were guests Friday of Mr and Mrs. C A. niuncr. ,ls.s 1 neiuill llti-1 went to liaril- wick rnuay evening to lslt Miss Ger trude Davl.s. Mrs j. Olnisteiio went to llnrdwick Friday evening, remaining over Sunday al her hoiue.-Willlum aiul'l,u lc" al Krange Tuesday Mr and M Kdniond Analr went to Waterbury Satur du., where they hate employment In tlia stone sheds Mrs. .1. M Kelley enter- i,ii,.,i e in.it.. f.-i.i.. ..1 1, ., ,1.-11 w , i,,,n. ... 1 ,1 iiiM.ii Mil'. . venlug Supper was served. -Mb-s Caro- line Hoycn went to H.irdwick Satunlay toi liass Sunday with her Mater, mts. Frank Duval-Mr. and Mrs. John Peck of Hydn Pnik were guests Friday night nf Mr. and Mrs. 1. N. Hiitehlus, going Saturday to Hardwlck to visit their daughter, Mrs. William Jeffords. Mi.ss Vida Qrant pass ed Saturday and Simdav In Hardwlck, tha guest of her uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrf. Alton Park' -Mr and Mrs William Cleniniens of Hardwlck, who have vllted friends In St. Albans, were nets Satur day and Sunday of her sister, Mrs, w. H. McNall. The annual meeting of the Ladles' Aid of the Puffer Methodist Church was held Thursday at the home of Mr?. A, II. Campbell The following ofllt-ers were elected- Piesldeiit, Mrs. I.' F. Smith; vice-president, Mrs. J. R. Perker; sec retary, Mrs. K, K. Silloway; financial secretary. Miss Lillian Patten; treasurer. Mis. Arin Martin, visiting committee. Mis. A, A. Nlles and Mrs, A. H, Camp bell. -At the adjourned annual meeting of (he FlrM Congregational Church Thursdav the Itev. W. E. Baker acted as moderator. A. I.. Cheney was elact ed dork; Tr. .1. A llobinson, tiertsuror. Tho supply commllteo Is W. A Heebe. Mrs, II. C Flsk. J. A noblnaon, deacoti of the chureli for six years, II A Slay ton, realec-ted, Sunday school superin tendent. 11. a. Slayton.Uoyd c. Hob. luon, who has passail the holidays with his parent', Dr. nnd Mrs. .!, A Hohlnson, returned to the I'lilvorslty of Pennsyl Minla at Phllndelphla Friday The Miss, es Agnes and lleatrlre Clark, who hav paaseij two weeks at their homo In F.iin. burg Falls, rcturniM hre Friday even Innr. Mm. K. A. Oallup of North Hyde Paik returned Thursday evening after visiting her daughter and husb.uid, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kay. Miss Mary' Stew, art resumed work In the Messenger ohine Frtdiiv after an Illness of a week Hir am Itiidne went to Providenre, It. I . Frl dnv. itheie he has a position 11s supe; Intendent of an estate. Mrs, C. M Cha pin of lotou, who has passed two weeks with her parents, Mr and Mrs. C. n. Slooutn, returned Friday.-Otto lilodgott left Friday for Springfield, Mass., In charge of a car of potatoes for II. Wnlte & Sons. Amasa Hedell who li.u been In falling health for two years, died Sunday morn ing at nine o'clock al the home of his nephew, George Hedell, wheie he has made his home for many years. Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon .it two o'clock, the He. W. T. Ilest official- LOWELL ANIMAL VERY NECESSARY FACTOR A. P. Manor. Knt ChnrlnMr. U. M. Spear. I harlotfr, . J. M'tininp.i.n, Mlttnii. irce'nl, rl Junction, Pi; la.i rinent was In the cemetery on tin mo'.ii'uln road. Amasn Hedell. the th mil of Josepn and I'ercls Iledell w. . I.01 11 11 Vuirfti September Jfi. 1S2I. Ho lived tor many years with his brother, li'nr). tui what Is known a.s the Uedeu fa. .11, r.nd continued tn maku J, Is homn then- with Ills nephow slnco hl.i brother'-! dertth lAIifs Vivian (Sreen, who hag tn' -e.11 Instruttlor on the clarinet In 'io-t.m for f ie past ibme months, returned i.rday. Mrs Ada Marvin, her son, Mud 1) , .mil daughter. Ii-ene, went to Swae ton Saturday.--Mrs. Anna Madden, who lia- passed two wcek.s with her dauc' ter in liwell, Mnss., returned here Sat urday -Miss Helen Bowman o Montpe ller, who ..is visited her uncle and aunt Mr mid Mr. A. J. Small, went to Hnr llnRlou Saturday evening. The subject of the Itev. W E. Hakor's address, Is-fore the Hrotlierhooil Sunday evenlnc was "Man's View of Man, What It Man. Communion services worn held at t 1? Congregational Church Sunday mornlnc nt which time four weie taken Into mem bership of the church by letter. U li I. ampher went trf TlurlltiKton Mondny to enter the Mary Fletcher hospital for tirntment. U. U. Wilson, after a tw wrens' vacation, lettirned to HurlliiKton Mondav. -Miss Ida Johnstone of Spring field, Mii-s.. who has visited her brothel, J)r W. M. Johnstone, returned home Mon day I. Alexander, who-p fruit More w is searched December :V and two bartv s of bottled ule and one hep of wine founu. was gtten a partial hearing Tlmrsilat .latiitary -1, before Justice A A Nlles On Mcnibi-. Alexander was iidludged the owner of ihe goods sel.ed, and It w.w orderel dtstroyed. He was fined tV Including costs of ueurch and seir.ure Mr.s. Nelson Reed, wtio iindr rwent in operation Wednesday, died Snturdnv. night Heiilah I'nrollne Muxlev. the nn'y child of Alonzo and Mart Andiew Muxlev, was bom In Hyde I'.irk Oi'tober II, tsvi. She was 'inlted in mairln-e l" -Nel-on H Heed .lulv in. Is!', Mr a-.1 Heed made their home In Ilv l. Park for a few yen re. moving from t ien to Woleott where thev lived tor M years, coming to Moriisvllle two months ngo Mrs. Heed had been in poor health fo ionif time befoie undergoing the operi tlon. and failed lo rally from the klioi1; Hestdes her husband she Is survived b son, Warren W Heed, a daughter. Myrtle M Keed. and n half-brother, George Bailey of North Woh ott The funeral services were held Tiiesniny at one o'clock, the Itev. W K. Baker of lliiatlng. Interment was In I'le.isnnt View 1 emetery. State Mnstfr and Mr C Pmltli were in Woleott Monday evening to install the newly elected officers in Smith went to llurllngton lo he present at the annual deputy school, thete belrg 31 deputies tn the State. They will nt. 1 lend, also, the meettnir of the Knirnr - Mflli(' association Tuesday, and th "'tlng of tho Vermont Stnto nmrymen'i ""f'lalifn Wednesday and Thursday s,a," Master and Mrs. c. r SmIUi will leave next week to vlMt the local granges at Harm Tuesday evening. Wednesday and Thursday evenings nt Marshfleld and Friday evening at nerltn. There was a good attendance nt the get-together meet ing of the Congregational Rrotherhool Tuesday evening Tho net meetln-; of the kind will be neld three weeks from Tuebday evening.-Karl Kramer, who hn.s been employed In Portland. Me., during the summer, t.s at homo on a vacation Hnrrlson Dodge has moved hts family to his farm, where, ho has been located for tome months Mrs. J f Conant of (rdwick catno Wednesday morning fo visit her mother, Mrs. It. Cumer. Tho annual parish supper of the Congrega tional Church will bo hold Thursday even Ing. January IS. The lion Joseph A, IV Hoer will give an ndrtres.s -Sunday evening, January "1, under the auspices of tho Young Men's improvement clnas of t-u .Methodist Church. EDEN. Mrs. Ann Oram, wife of tutor Oillina died at the home of her adopted son, Parker Collin., .lanunry fl nt thn ajre of about M .vear-" Sh was botn In Sen, land and ctme to this countiy whtlo quttn vmng nnd resided In Albany until sha niiirrlcd Mr Collins. She li survived bv her husband nnd adopted son and famll-, Myitlc Maker has gone to Morrlstown whsre she hits employment Nws liav been leceltcd from ,1,-imestotvn, Hrtkota, of the death of II. W Fuller. 11 long tlmo resident of this town: also of tho death of .Mrs Frank Baker's brother. Anthony Mi Cilnnls, of Johnson WOL0OTT. W. I.. F.urar, who has been spending sevaral da) lu Doston, returned Friday Mrs, A. Siiilth of Piittervillo feUiecnnt ly, fraiiuring her hip.- Mrs. Kate McKin. slr.v left Monday for Stafford Springs, Conn , to care for Mrs. Warner Hoard, num. who Is seriously 111. The Hot ,T T. Haxendale was In Hurllnglou Monday to tilt his son. H. K. Potter, who has heon verv III with pneumonia, s gaining slowly, -Sunday morning the thermonie ter registered ut D. Lepalms ) degreei below zero. A. W. Hlchardsou has lln Ished work on tho railroad as section hand and been promoted lo foreman of the llarilwick station. Mrs. Kdtvnrd Han- iC'olllluiirit 1111 piigu fi).