TIIK m'HMNOTON FREE PRESS AND TIME8: THURSDAY, .1 A NT Alt Y 11, 1912.
HAPPENINGS IN VERMONT
(Continued from imttc 11 .
Ron has tuken A W. Hloluirdfon's place
on the section. C. K. llnakell has pur
chased ii board saw nnil carriage to bo
placed In his mill, to take tlio place of
tho olio removed soino time atnro to his
Anthoncy MrCllnnts tiled Monday morn
ing after four weeks Illness. Pcrlcy Whit
ing has so fur recovered from his fall that
he Is ablo to walk out. Mr. and Mrs. 13.
il. Shcrwln have tnken rooms at Mrs. J.
1.. .Pierce's. The yoiiiiEo.it dntightor of
George Klwood l.s dangerously 111 with
Utile hopes rtf i eoov-ory. Ruby Parker
hns gone In I'rovldrlico to leach school,
The American Mineral eompany shipped
during the month of December IS tons
of talc Glyckis Ohappol Is assisting In the
.station. 1'hll French returned to New Al
bany. I'o., Monday. Several from here
nt tendril the Pomona Grange at Morris
vlllc. -Notwithstanding the Inclement
weather there wan a Rood attendance at
the Insinuation of officers at the Orange
Fhner Leach Is spending fow weeks
Id Canada. Mrs. George Hay of Essex
Junction Is stopping for a few days with
Mr. and Mrs. James Ray. Mr. and Mrs
5lbs of Foster, Can., visited their dough
ter, Mrs. Gorilla Mann. Aulden Man
Chester has returned from the Mary l'let
cher hospital, where he has been fur
treatment. Mrs. Harold Child of New
Vork presented the Watervlllo town
library with W books.
The Itov. 11. H. Hanied of Rochester, N.
Y , has accepted u call to tho Congrega
tional Church In this place, and Is soon
i xpectod to occupy the parsonage. Mrs.
Georgia Flandreati has gone to Guildhall.
N. 11.. to cure for her mother, who N seri
ously 111. About 7n had dinner at Orson
Hitchcock's last Thursday, for the beiielli
of the South Cambridge Cemetery assoot-atlon.-Hownrd
S. linker and Henrietta
Read of Knst Illghgntc were inaiTled at
tho home of the Rev. R. H. Trill Friday
evening, January .", by the Rev. H. H.
Trill. Mr. mid -Mrs. linker will resldo at
the ancestral home on the South Cam
bridge road. It was formerly the home
of Joseph Rennet t Gallup and his wife.
Mary Walbtiilgc Gallup, who spent their
life there. Mine than three-fourths of a
century ago Mr Gallup, a young man of
Mnoll means, cleared the most of the land,
living In a bii: house until things began
to brighten and the frame buildings were
erected Later It became the home of his
only daughter and son-in-law. Mr. and
Mrs I'merson A. linker, and then the
bntlie of bis giandsnn, Mr. anil Jlr.i. II. .1.
Holier, niiil now the home of bit
grandson and bride, Mr. and Mrs
Mrs. Rose Whitney, who has been the
guest of Mrs. John Ford, went to her
borne In Granville Saturda . Mrs. F. 11.
Joslyn entertained the Randolph Woman's
Literary club at her home on Summer
-qrect Saturday afternoon. Miss Jesslo
.luttorson arrived from Sprlnglleld Bat
unlay to visit her cousins, Mrs. W. It.
SurKent and Miss . Mildred Fuller. Chief
JudJie John W. Rowdl returned from
Montpellcr Saturday. Mr.s. J. D. Mitchell,
wlio has been in Rrldgewatoi assisting In
the eve of her sister, Mis, Vaughan,
through a serious Illness wltn pneumonia,
has returned. Mi.ss Bessiu Shepard and
mother wen In Rcthel Saturday to visit
Mrs. Sarah Sturu-vant. Mrs. John Mcln
lyre and Mrs. P, J. Rluneharcl returned
irom an ovor-nlght stay In Rarre on Sat
uiday, where Mr. Mclntyre went to con
uit Dr. Goodrich In regard to his health.
Saturday morning was the coldest of tho
seaton, the mercury ranging from H' to "a
degrees below zero in different parts of
the village. A doimh'er, Marv Kiln, was
born Friday to Mr. and Mrs. F. R. In-
galstiee at the s.inatoriuin. .Mrs ingais
bee, who was the daughter of Mrs Kllen
Rlxby of this town, l.s passing tho winter
here In the a.b.seneo of her bu.sli.ino, wno
Is in the west on business.-The executlvo
committee of the Federated dinrchcs mot
m tho otllce of Dr. A. C liailev Friday
night to complete business before the .in
nual mooting Wedncsdav. The unani
mous .sentiment was in favor or a oontln
'jed federation -Mrs. Loin Dutton, an old
resident of this place, has been visiting
friends here tills week, spying with Mrs.
W. K. Lurnf-nn. (in Saiiiidny afternoon
she went tn TunlirlilKC bcfoie going to
.Milton. Mafs , where she I" living with
her son, Clarence, who now has a posi
tion In a store In Ronton. Mrs. H. A.
Diirkoc is suffering from an abscess under
her eye, caiifed by the grlw. from which
sue. has been suffering for lft days, Wed
nesday it beeniiie necessary to have an
operation for relief and since that
time she has been more comfortable.
Mies Gladys Carroll of Rami Is the guest
of Miss Kdlth Hlanchard, arilvlng here
Friday. Mm. John Oney of Roxbury or
lived Saturday to visit her husband, John
oney, who Is recovering from a surgical
operation at tho sanatorium.
The news of the deuth of A. R. Tewks
bury was received Mond.iv by bis son, ft.
Tcwkshury, Mr. Tewksbury hud been
in New KoMon, N, II., for several months
with -Mrs, M. A. Dana, who was a rela
tive of his wife, and although in feeble
health with Hrlght's disease li ul been
as comfortable as usual. Monday morn
ing he arose its n.sual and dressed, but
oeath came from lieait fallme soon after.
R. Tov.ksbuiy was born in New Ibis.
'on, N. II , Apt II 11. 1-. the eldest son
of Amos W. and Annls (CncliuuO Tewks
bury. He attended the common .schools
and aftei w,iid 1 1 its State normal school
lit Meirlmiu:, N. II. In Junu.iiy, K."., he
i ine with hit parents to Randolph, whom
e became lliteiested In the genotnl inn- I
iiitl'.o business with his lather and J
irotbet. Mr. Tewksbury was a lifo-huig i
member of the Congtegatlonal Church,
ind for many sears a deacon of lletbaiiy
i iirib. lie was twlco married, Ids tlm
vvift hiving been Miss Martha Steilmnn,
'hi died In Isci In 1W1 ho man-led Anna
! Dodge, :i I'll lo them were born two
II In-n, one of whom. I'dw-nid VY.
vvasbiii of till.-- place, survives him.
y.'.i. Tiv.kiibury died about two years
'I he remains were brought here
t - be funuia! and burial to-day. .Mr.
I wWsli'.ry 1- also aniv'wil by one brolh
i .Ma 'In To',vlthbur , who lives here.
.d c 'i r, Mr . i; I'. I'phiiin, also a
I. idui h. I'uvn J, Ii. Wells died at his
. ii la i,'u-,e i.-.i Monilay aftei a
. ,n i i i!ii'i IlliK'ss I' "in Rrivlit's dls-
i-i .Mr ' i .1- lind !." l lonllnoil to bl I
' foi n in. I .".Ii,- Cie care of a
ire .loseph Ii. Well-- was the
. of -b lKltl; ill anil I'ruilelice K'bnse)
'f and was horn In Fletcher, .lul !i,
lb recelell III' tllllentliin 111 tin
in ci'i'il i tlieie aid .it the i"ndcmy
I mi;ci 'i'I' i l.-e .' t I". im began
i- 'i v 'n ' lilliilljc, Allele lie I'l'lll'll'l
. ' i.i' i imii ii. ( '.illl'fp pi i and
ii mi" f 1 P t i 'ir-. e'i'l also
in unc'li, .Mou'an.i a ml Idaho, In ltd lit
returned and purchased a farm In West-I
ford on which he lived two years, tn 18S0
he cumc to Randolph and purchased tho
Henry Hutchinson farm, where he lived
till about one year ago, when he sold It on
account of 111 health, and came to this
place to reside. In politics Mr. Wells was
a republican and had held the otllco or
seleitmali, lister and town nnd county
road commissioner, holding the hist
mimed oftlco until about a e.ir ago. lie
whs also Justice of tho peace, 1 lo was a
member of Phoenix Lodge, No. 'J1, F, and
A. M nnd of Reiilah Chapter, Order of
Knstern Star. Mr. Wells married In Wi
Jane C. Rrown or Fletcher and to them
were horn four children. Idaho II., who
man-led Augustus Wctniore of Keciie, N,
It,, John 11. and Alfred C. Wells, both of
whom reside In town, and Fay H. Wells,
who Is In the far West. Mr.-Wotls Is nlso
survived by bis wire.-The Join Installa
tion services or the 1", S. Grant Post, G.
A. It., slid the Woman'.s Relief Corps,
were held tit the (1. A, R. hnll Saturday
night, dipt. ,1. 1-5. IHiheilgc acting us In
stalling olllcer for the post nnd Mrs. Al
fred Futon for the corps. This wns fol
lowed by refreshments. Miss Ruth Mor
rill wni operated on Monday morning at
the sanatorium for appendicitis. She Is
as comfortable as could be expected.
Mrs. J. P. Clifford left Monday for a few
days In HoMon. Mr and Mrs. John Wil
liams went to Rurllngton Monday for n
Tho Rev. J. W. Cheshro called u meet
ing of the Raptist Church Wednesday
night to consider the conditions of a paper
sent him last week, conditions the com
pliance with which will probably bring at
least half of the purchase price of a new
pipe organ for the Raptist Church. The
paper Is from Andrew Carnegie, who,
while -Mr. Cheshro was the pastor of tho
South Paris, Me., Raptlsi Church, assist
ed' In the purchase of an oigan which was
Installed while he was there. Mrs. Lottie
llalley Smith will vacate the house owned
by Miss Alice Hatch this week and
Charles Rutterlleld will moe ftom Wes
ton Htieet to that place. Mrs Irving
chadwlck, who has been the guest of Mis.
Lucius Goodheart, left for Maiden, Mas.,
Tuesday.-The White Cross- milk plant
1.- close d for the plesent and it '
understood that the checks cinie for the
patrons, but were unsigned, and Managcl
Rvron Mitnchestet did not Intend to sign
them and become responsible for pay
ment. It Is understood that the excuse
given for sending them was thai the per
son whose duty it w9s to sign them wits
away on a wedding trip. Meanwhile, the
patrons nnd other interested parties await
developments. Lemuel Richmond is con
fined to his bed by an attack of lumbago.
The union districts of Rralntree, Hrook
Held and Randolph held a teachers' meet
ing In the parish house Friday, at wlilih
there were about 1.1 teachers present. The
meeting was under the direction of Supei
lntendent II. W. Lewis, who led the dis
cussion on "Llcmeniaiy Kngllsh and
There will be a meeilng at ibe Feder
ated Church next week, probably Toes
day evening. There will be a program of
several selections b the double male
1 quartette and a discussion. A social
I hour will follow. It l.s expected this will
be the first of a series of evening cn
tei talnments, Tlie funeral of J. R.
Wells was held Wednesday afternoon
at Rethany Church, the Rev. Kroner
Metzgcr offlclallng. The Masons attend- The engagement of Miss IClna Nason of
ed In 11 body and had their ritual service 1 1'ntlaud, formerly of this town, and Hor
for tlie deiid at the church on account I !Ue p. Rrown of Clareiicevlllc, I', o., has
of the severity of the weather. Walter
Gibbons, the son of Mis. W. F. Rrown.
has lelt the employ of the Central Ver
mont ralltoad and gone to Costa Rica
to take a position as conductor 011 a
fruit, train. It Is expected thai he will
be away for a yiar. Miss Myitle Smith,
who hns been here on In r Vacation
from teaching, left for Hampton. Mass.,
10 resume win lung Wednesila . Fay
Ruinell retmiieil Wednesday from at
tending the I'nni nil of his father, John
Rnrncll, in St. Albans Tuesday after
noon. The liev. Parkyn .iacksou offi-
1 lilted. Mr. and Mrs. Shelton
of New Vork, who have been with .Mr.
and Mrs. C. I'. Moiillon shue Moinhi.i,
returned to their home Weilnesd.n .--William
Rlant-haid has decided to 11-
,luin to Roston with Walter Gardner,
j who has been bole for o few days with
1 the family of It. G. Goodwin. Miss
'Gladys Carroll of liaire. who lias ben
here since Saturday Willi Miss IMIth
Blonchuril, returned Wednesday John
Mclntyre. who was taken III here on
the street some time ago and icinoved to
the home of his nephew. P. J. lll.inehard,
was able Tuesday to go to bis home
In ICast Rralntree Charles Abbott is
111 with an attack or broiu li'al pneu
monia, from which lie suffered flv
years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fair
banks of Newport. N. II.. are In town
to attend tlie funei.il of .1. R. Wells.
Mrs. W. I). Vliill went to Northllebl
Tuesda.v to visit her sister, Miss S nib"
Lamb.-The 1 cumins of A. I!. TVwks-
bury were brought hern Wednesday and
taken to the home 011 the hill to 'await
burial ThurMlny.-K.vron Manchester is
il.i able to be on the street after his
serious injury. .Mrs. u. n . .Morse uuni-
Wednesday to see her daughter. .Miss
r-Jvelyn Morsr, who is at tlie sanitarium
recovering ftom an operation for appen
line of Hairy l-'lsk's boys Is serlous
l III witli pneumonia. I.Ida Hyzer Is
also 111 with the sumo disease. Mem
bers of the rongregiitlonal Church held
their annual meeting hist week Wed
nesday nnd elected officers. They ex
pect to hold a meeting 111 their own
church after tho Federation expires
May I. Miss Kllziilielh lloblen, who
has been 111 homo two weeks, return
ed to the Rostou Domestic Sclenco
school. .Mrs. Lucy Parish has return-
ed from Kiii'im nnd Shaism.-T. S.
Allls of l)crh, Conn., lias telegraphed
that has daughter has .lusl hud an op
elation for appendicitis at the New
I lawn hospital and that It appear.1
Htii-ci ssrul Miss Maiy Allls Is will
Mis. Mosser and children hue leturn
cd liiu i several days in Newport, N.
II. --Mih. Rettle Goodrich Is spending a
few ilas in Montpollir Willi her sister,
1 Mrs. Comstock, wlio is in poor health.
Miss Alice Paine has retiuiicil to ner
old position at the post ofrire as Miss
Lindsays assistant. -Mrs. 11, I". Dow Is
still In 11 critical londition -11. llartson
was In Hnrdwlck Saturday. -Mr. and
Mis. Spinney or Ciaftshury .(re at the
Caspian Luke House. Ml Splniuw will
manage the bather simp.
The Utile d Uigliicr or .Mr ami Mrs.
John Ryan, who was e,-lonsl. III. Is Improving.-
Tbe Methodist Fplscivnl Sun
dnv school idi clod I'm Anderson as sti
peilnteuilent. and Wallace Men 111 as an
sls.iiut last S.niiln.i. Mrs. Abbr Hurgess
Is spending a fet' 1I1.11 hi Monlsvlllo
with her slslei -The week id prayer Is
being ohsered In Hie Melhoillsl Fplsmpil
chur -h In tuis vlllnpe ami at Colllnsvllle.
-Mr, und :a's. UQWurU SlUuiw wor
called to Mortlstllle by tlie serious III
tioss of Mrs. Skinner's brother, Heihorf'
Bninlley. A Hon wns born to Mr, and
Mrs. Fred Williams January The
Craftsburv Orange has elected Mrs. An
na Wilson as master for this year. Mr.
and Mrs Skinner left Thursday for
Greensboro, whuto he will work. Mrs.
lOthel Ahfswortli returned from Hard
wick Friday aflet several Weeks' nb
stnee, nnd Is III.-Morrill Williams, who
was III. Is Improving.
The meetings held hy the Rev. Ralph
Glllam have been well attended consider
ing the weather. A considerable Intel oM
hns been shown, especially among the
young people. Mrs. Kllsha Rider his
been very III with bronchitis but Is gain
ing. Her daughter, Winnie, came from
Leotifltister, Mass,, Thursday to see and
care for her. Mrs. Lillian 'Wright has
had a telephone Installed at her mother's
home. Mis. R. II. Wright, who has been
gaining, was womo a few days ago. U.
H. Wood worth has returned to the homo
of bis son, D. C. Woodworth. M, C,
llltchcrck attained the ago of VT years
Friday, but owing to feebleness the
evoiit was ipiletly celebrated by the
family with only two friends as guests.
He Is fairly well for one of his years.
Miss Hva Gilpin came fronj Hat-ton Thurs
day to remain for a few days during
the evangelistic meetings. Miss Chella
Miller, who has been visiting her uncle
in Hartford, Conn., was expected Tiles-ilny.-F.hner
hdmunds became mlitenly
dtaf January 1 uml l.s In Rostou under
medical observation as they cannot under
stand the cause of his condition.
Mr. and Mrs. F.rnest Richards of Spring
i Held, Mass.. are visiting Mrs. Rlcliai ds's
, parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Austin. Mr.
and Mrs. Albeit l-'nrnian are the parents
of a daughter, born January I, and Mr.
;.nil Mrs. Stephen Coburii of a son, born
Jaiiuarv ;.-Rny Laythe was ailed to
llarihvlck Wediiesdav by the death of bis
i grandmother. Mrs. Mitchell D07.au. Mrs,
. Alfred Hoy 1 of Manchester, N. 11.. Is the
I'll,'.l ,,f l.r .,...., 1I ...l A
t"""i. -"i. nun .'nil.
Charles Pndvab. Ara .1. Pope lias moved I
Into L. O. Siinliorn's tenement vacated hy '
Jiiiues Mui-ibv.- Ihigi ne Robldeau has re-
tinned from Jay and moved Into the base- 1
ment tenement of bis house. 1
Mary Hill, wife or the
II. Hill, (llnl l'riday
thrci o'clock at her
nfternoon home on
Franklin sticet afti r
bi'otu liial pneumonia.
luii f Illness wltl
She was ' . ears
:e and for many e,irs a resident
tills town. The liranilon i'on-
icil li.ind will hold their rehearsals
. h ic.ifter on Thursdav eieiiiiu In--li
id ol' Wednesday. Win il ha !. en
leieixeil or the death of Mrs. Harriet
Stnhniei- al bfi- home 111 llrookljn Jnn
lUiiry 1 nflci a lingering illness with
1 tuberculosis. Mr.s. Stahmer spen. several
inonlhs in town last sninnicr at G. I).
Kelley's. Kx-Gov. K. J. Ormsbee has re
cently been appointed aide-de-camp on
the stuff of the national commander
1!' llin flr.ntitl Armv- ,il tin. tli.tmltl Ii
been announced. Mr. Rrown was fot
some time employed here as .superin
tendent at the Vermont Marble 1 0111
p.iny's mill. A mixed glee club has been
organized 111 the hi
tlrst rehearsal was
;li school and tlm
held Friday after-
noon. Mis. Nclllo Rrunell and son, 1M
numd, left Saturday for San Diego,
fa!., where they will spend the winter.
Wl'Ilatu ft Diver, who has been
spindlng tlnce weeks nt his home, le
turnod Sunday to Holy Cross College,
Worcester, Mass. Misses Dorothv and
Mala I Reptley. who have been visiting
1 their sistir. Mrs. 1'ied Rogers, returned
lo Miildlebiir.i Saturila.v
I'rlian TIee's house near Rurr pond
was destroyed by fire about five o'clock
Suimay afternooti. Mr. nnd Mrs. Tlce
were away fioni home when the firo
started and the cause is not known, but
it is supposed to have been from a de
fective chimney. Neatly all the furniture
was burned ami ibe loss is estimated
between ?J,r.'ii a1.1l JB.ioo, witli only a
small Insurance. The house bad only been
built about a year and a hull', to 10-
plaee the one hunted about that time.
- The annual meeting of the
Virmont Congregational club will bo
held In Mlildleburj Tuesday, January P.
-Word has been received here of Hie
death ,f Mrs. Lyman lirnokett last Sun
dnv .11 her home In Rochester, Ind. Mrs.
Hrackuit was Miss Sarah Merrlam and
forniVrlj. resided here, James A. Rowo
has exchanged his farm lu Sudbury
with Clifford Hack for two houses on
Depot street and other considerations.
Mr. Iliuk will move lo the farm In tho
Bjulng.-The annual meeting of tho
First National bank stockholders was
held Tuesday morning at ten o'clock
and the tollowliu officers elccten;
President. W. IL Wright; vice-president,
G. 11. Voung; cashier, F. W. Rrlggs;
directors, W. II. Wilght, G. H. Voting,
G. F. Hcndee. W, D. Nutting. A. G.
Jones, c. II. Ross, c. VS. Clark, F. .
Williams, L. A. Siivery.-Mrs. Alice
Sprague and Miss Ruth Sprague went
Monday to Rostou to attend the wedding
of Miss c.leuiinr dishing. Miss Carrie
Ornisbec U In Knosburg Falls, tho guest
of Miss Lillian Mcleod. The annual
meeting of the stockholdeis or tho Rran
lliMi National bank was held at tlie bank
ing rooms 'I uesii.iy morning at lu:".o
o'clock am! I lie following officers elect
ed: President, !:. J. Ormsbee vlce-presl-
. I), D. Huidllt; cashier W. F.
teller. James It. Leonard; direc
tors, I-:. .1. Ormsbee, D. I). Ruidltt, .1.
II. I'arrlngton, 11. A. Seager, J. F.
Weeks, I.'. II. liutton. Mrs. James I'.il
loon is seriously ill at her home 011 tho
Pittsford load. Her recovery Is doubtful.
-.1. R. Ilisbic, Jr.,
V., vvlio lias been
the .inii cottage,
o Poiighkeepslc, N.
siendlng In days lit
Lake Diinmoie, re-
Joseph II. I. lira has been In Rutland fur
,1 lew ilajs completing arrangements to
lepreselit the Green Mountain Marble
company lu Canada. Mr. I. urn was em
ployed by the Rutland Florence Marble
company at Its works lu Fowler for some
time and later by the Vermont Marble
company. After the transfer of property
to tho hitter company Mr, l.uia will leave
for his territory next week. Mia, W, W.
Perry, who has been spending a few
weeks at Charles French's, has returned
to her home In Gardner, Mass., iicconi
panlcd by Miss Marllbi Flench, who will
remain there this winter and attend
school, The Royal Workers of the Meth
odist ('hutch met yesterday afternoon
with Mrs. O. c. linker.-There was a joint
Installation of the new otllcers of C .1.
Ormsbee Post, George Davenport I'ainp,
Sons ot Veterans, and Sons of Veterans'
Auxiliary In the Grand Arm ball hist
ev enlng. .Vls.s Rllzabelh llacon bus re
sumed her position as superintendent at
the People's Telephone otllce -after a sev
eral weeks' absence on account of Illness.
Miss .lerinlo Tooley, who has been asstst
I ig during Mls.s Union's absence, has. ;
tinned lo her home in Granville, N. f. A
third dancing class has been orgunlied
witU sMul tt iiiwuhiu' ami mut tast even-
i, 1,. ,i. 1. .,11 Harry Chambers ' I
"H in ine IIJIUIII . ... I All t
Cf Mlddlebnry Is the instmoim .l,. ...,n
Nclllo Doves' has been engaged n plan-Ist.-Mrs.
Fred KltiEslcV hM i'"r'u t'l,n,,',
to Plttsrord bv'tbe -eilotis Illness or her
father, W. R, Shaw. -Miss Alloo Harrison
Is confined to tlm hoiis hy lllness.-Tlie
local postotflck lots been designated as a
postal savings depository. cffecUve Mon
day, .Iniiualy IS. Inspeitor W. F.. Hurley
visited the ofltce Tuetdiiy In conne'tlon
with tlie new work
Tlie Rrv. Mviirts Kent, pastor of tho
Congregational Church here, united with
tho church here Sunday by letter from
the F.nosburg Congregational Church,
where ho wns pastor several years. Mi
Kent's grandfnlhi r "as pastor of tlm
Congregntlonnl Church here for 3fl years
The roll-call nnd annual mealing was
held on WedliesdiV al tile' chllpcl or the
Congregational Church, when the Indies
served dinner nt noon John l.coniinl,
who was horn In Ireland Hit years ago,
died at his home In the east part or the
town last Friday night. His funeral win
held on Monday and Ids remains Were
taken to Fair Haven t" he Interred In the
Catholic cemeterv lime. He Is survived
by his wife ami several children.-Miss
Jennie G.iylord ot Sprlngllehl, Mass,, Is a
guest nt F.. A. Glbbs's - C. N. Jones went
to Fair Haven I-'rldav night nnd took tl.u
Royal Arch degree In the eh .ptcr and Dr.
J. P. Newton nnd Roy S. Walker will go
for tho same purpose to Fair Hav, n 011
A 'old wave of m. uked Intensity set
tled over this region Saturday and Sun
das. Saturday tic thermometer register
ed as low ns 1M dcgiees below zero and
Sunday ;m below was reported In the
early hours of the morning with no
great moderation during tlie day.
A stubborn chimney fire In the house
.,... 1. . 1. ..1 ,.. , 1. ..1. .. ., i-.ii,., ..'...
-"I'I.., O.V , M . 1,11,11 Ml . 11,1 fif-'-t
. .iin.-M inn ;
several fiieiiicn Sunday noon
response to a still alarm. A
hose .mil several extinguisher:
used to put out the blaze which
a hole In the loof. Tlie damn:
The farmhouse of F. L. Slay ton on
I he Hast Montpeller road was burned
10 tlie ground Saturday morning, .ho
lire catching near the chimney. Neigh
bors sand the contents of the house,
which was Insured. The loss is about
delire as ISo.sti'ii,
laici-ny 1,1 city
Ing 011 a charge
Iron-, a traveling
who gave his rcsi
pliaded guilty to petty
court Satuiday nioin
or stealing a suilcu'e
man Ir. a Rarre street
It away when ho discovered
bis en or.
The funeral of Knjal Plummet' Iten
jamln was held Monday afternoon :t
Ills late homo on Cross street. Mr. l!n
jamlti died Ftlday night. lie was burn
In Mnrshtleld In 1W4, and was a civil
War veteran and member of Rrooks
According to .statistics compiled by
C. Def. Rancroft, there were i!0 dentin- 1
of mnle .-ldlllt residents tn town In I
1011 and :'.S ol female adult residents,
WlnvoTi veteriinu ol" 111 civil Wer died
during the year, the average ago be
ing 78 years
The Rev. Rciliard Walter McMnhou
of this clt.v. who was ordained to tho
j ,,, lasthnud. two weeks ago, has been
.lts..,np,i niMiWn, .1. .1. nice 'of Rur
llngton to bo ,isl.ipiit pastor at Fair
Haven and Oustlotqn.
Owen Mnrr, section luind on tlie R.irro
Kiilroad. was arrested Tuesday charged
with passing counterfeit money. Mnrr
denied the cluugo and when given one of
the counterfeit half-dollars circulated
about town, weighed It in his hand and
said nnyonii, would be foolish to try to
Mark Daniels has hi en 1 chased from
county .bill where he was detained since
June 111 on a cei titled execution for a
judgment secured against him. Daniels
was sued in city iiiiirt by a local firm
and when his property was attached on j
Judgment seemed, ho refused to tell'
where It was. He was nllovcrl to take
the poor debtor's oath when It was found
he had no propel ty. 1
At the nnnuul meeting of tlie Montpoller
National bank Tuesday, Albert Tu"le.
J. W. Hrook, A D. Farwell. Ftcl
I'.lanchard and II. W. Kemp wore named
directors. CMIIcers elected were: President.
Albert Tiittlc; vice-president, J. W. Rroek;
cashier, L. II. Rlxhy; assistant, II. L.
At the annual meeting of the Pt-t
National bunk Tuesday, directors were
elected ns follows: F. A. Dwlnell, F. M.
Corry. L. D. Taft. 1 1. K. Cutler nnd n.
H. Defivltt. Otllcers are: I'reslileiit, F. M.
Cony; vice-president, F. A. Dwlnell;
cashier. A. G. llaton; assistant, J. H.
At the annual meeting of tho American
Fidelity company Tuesday afternoon, tlie
following were aJcetcd directors: J, V.
Hrook, II. W. Kemp, J. L. Martin, F. M
Coiry, L. D. Taft, M. K. Smlllc, R. Ii.
Denny. F. II. Wells and R. 11. P.allov.
Olllcets are: President, .1. W. Rr.nk: vie--presidents,
il. W. Kemp and M. K.
Smllle: solidary, li. W. Kemp: treas
urer, It. R. Denny,
President T. K. Ilyiiics of the Mont
poller ,t Wells River ralli 'iid announces
'.'nil the company has decided to hu two
new locomotives and two new ii,isseng"i
cars. It Is expected more railroad wink
will he done In the shops in tt li 1h city
A daughter was hoi 11 Moiiilav to Mr.
and Mrs. Charles A. Webb. Mr. Webb
is private scoretarj to Senutor W. p.
Mr- Willi 1111 Millet 1- avail, s,.rous1v
Hell M. Iliitcldns has niovcil lo Wll
llninsiowu. The cnnteutlon hetw, en the
Dog River Valley Fair association ami F.
W. Gold, regarding water rights, the
maintenance of roads, itc. and which has
been a matter of litigation at times, has
beounmlcahl) settled to the satisfaction of
all pintles. -Tim (. 1 1. Fair farm has again
changed hands. Wcsle.v ihil ey being the
latest purchaser,-,! .uiuui'.v -y. lias been
selected a.- the date for the Masonic ball
nt aimory hhll -Herbert Davis of the I
S. navy, who has been visiting I'I ninth
re, bus returned to his position. A. W.
Huss-ey has moved ills family to Keeuc,
N. II. -Henry chiuubei lain Is a work for
George I lull In Wllllamsiown.-Cliarle.s
Johnson and Miss Hlanche I'llcud vveiu
Im urpoi-ailon papers were ritt-il Fi
ila.v at the ofHcc of the sccietniy of
statu by the I liiir-Cciilury Stoic com
pany, 1 apltal ..Ti,ui. Riindolph papers,
signed by W. w. Sprague, C. ft. i-eln,
I'. K. Kidder. II. RunirHI. Kdwnrd W
Tevvksliiiry: papers liv Hi" Watl-I liidscm
company, demists, Rarie, capital. Ro.imi,
papers signed hy Dr. 1 1. C. Walt. Dr.
F. W. Hudson nVd li. L. Scott of R.ine:
papers iij the Ciuimplaln 'hirugo coin
pnil.v, Hmllngloii, cilitnl JHM'nt, papers
signed In v, Welch. George A. Col
lisiin, Hauls R Wntklus. Rurllngton,
Clarvuco Martian, ShclUurne; uUu imncrs
O. V Hooker R Son. Lteliernt tim.
eniiieiy nnd foundry business, St. Johns-
bury, signed by F, R. Hooker, Ralph H
Hooker, L. N. Hinythe, SI. .lohnshnry,
Jitnl Carl 11, Hooker, Have thill, Mass,1
The Roston Condensed Milk company of
Rostou. with 11 capital of Vm.i'o, will
"pen brunch offices In Hollows Falls
.Hid iiiinieM Thomas F,. n'Rilen as ono
upon whom papirs can be scned.
Groig,. .-. GlIihlM,, nil aged resident of
the West h section of tlie town, dl-d
at his home Monday, leaving one son und
one daughter. Miss Clala Williams., who
has been () stenographer In the nfllce of
W, A. LIMs, has gone lo Montpoller to
assume a similar position with the Capital
City Press, Mr, und Mrs. J. A. Ferris
or Ilnidwlek are visiting Henry Ferris.
Klsle. wile or Oliver F. t tn7.lr.tnn. died
Hiindov at DaJbi", Texas. The body Willi
be brought to Voithllebl ror Interment
and I expected to nrtlve on Thursday.
Mrs. llHHbtnii in .survived by her hus
band and mi.. Kim, ..Mrs. Charles '.
Ralilwln of Itarlon is with her mother,!
Mrs. P. c. Stcbblns.-C.eoigo I. Crnwfo'il
and Mrs. Lucy ,1. Currier were inarrb'd
recently. Fdw.iid Council, stenographer
It" the olll.'e or ''lsh and Game Coiumis- I
sloner Tltcomh at Lyndnnvllb', was nt I
his home Tuesday. Fred L. Thresher h.n '
beiu 111 the past two weeks. William II.
Cokey has cbsd his lunch room nt the
corner of Central street and Depot s'ltiaro
and opened a similar place at Montpoller.
Probate colli t has been hearing the case
of J. Cerasoll of It.irre, who applied to
the town of Rarre for aid. A claim of
Insanity was made against I1I111 a id an
eu.u, maoe 10 appoint a guaniian w nie 1 , twpf,n ,.;MN ,, woodh-irv uuarrle--he
contested. A. C. Dlcl-ey of Fast Rarre ; T),(. ,,,,,. ,, 1(nu.,. .rllllmils of a new
I was nppoinieii giiariiinn. u was ciaimeu
that be had money before he linked aid
but thin he sent It to Itnlv.
Mis. Mary L' Phillips, who had 11 1
shock 11 lew iii'.-k- irjo while visaing
her diiugliicr, Mrs. lMgnr Morse, in
.Moretuwn, died tin re Saturday. She was.
v; .wars of ago ami made her homo with
her son, Wolndall, In Dusbnry. Her
husband. Roderick Phillips, died In 1SMJ.
She l.s .survived bj three chlhlii 11. Mrs.
Kdgar Moise of Morotown. Don K.
Phillips 11ml Wendali Phillips of Dux
bury. Also one broth' r. Ilimait Griffith,
of Waterbiir.v . The fiineial was held
Monda.v moriitiig at the home of hrr
daughter, Mis. Morse, In
Ayers ,t Towne have fitted up rooms in
the Ayers block tor their undertaking
business, Frank 1C. Tnwne being the li
censed embalmir. The rooms are finish
ed in hard pine with steel culling and
walls. Mrs. Sadie Godfrey was taken lo
the .Mary Fb u her hospital Friday night i
lor 1111 i i 1. 1 1 1 . 1 1 . sin. was accompanied j
1 bei sister i'loienci .Morse, and li
Vt illlam Sullivan. Hem..- I'aieher has
bought of William Siillhan tile .1. .tiles
Smith place in DiiNbury. The officers of
Dillingham nuigo wen .ustalled Sat
unl,i evi nlng. Supper w-.-is sered.
The annual meeting of the stockhold
ers or the aterhui-.v Savings Rank &
Trust eompain was held Tuesday
, morning at ten o'clook and Hie following
jdlreotors elected: Hon W. I'. Hilling,
bain, C. C. Graves, George Morse, .1.
F. Shlpmn L. McMahon, W. R.
Iflark, II. C. Whltehlll and Walter
,.Ionos. The diicctors then met and elect
ed tlie lollowlng ofllcers: Hon. W. P.
j President: II. C.
'hlteliill, clerk. Tho
met with Mis. c. D.
Robinson Monday afternoon. Mrs. Wll
lllani lln.M's of Maui street fell at her
ilionie Monda.v aflernoon, breaking her
-Mrs. Levi Swift w.i.
day. Raniond Wells,
Roston to spend the
father, tetiuneil to Ri
lu R.uie Satur
who came from
holidays with his
'ton Thursday for
: -holt slay. -.I.fliii ll.ig.m Is Very low.
-Mr. and Mrs. Hirry Sherman are the par
ents of a diiiiglitel . S.imue I Kellogg ob
served Ills f-Mli ilrthd.iy Ftlday. He re
ceived -i shower of J postcards and had
several letters. Tbel e will be held In the
hrlclt church next Tuesday evening. Jan
uary 10. an cdiicotn n.il gathering. Frank
Greene of St. Alhuiis. Mr. t rocketl of
Mnntpell.r and Superintendent Mason S.
Stone will peak. In the past ve-nr Mrs.
Levi Switt sept on an average through
the : ear M liens of the t hi t breeds,
White Wyandottes, Rlnek Monorkcrs and
Hu'f Roi-kM. She sold diirlm. Hie oar
ftii'.Si from the thick; paid for iced. JH'-.'-'.'l;
I'gus and rowls used In fiuull.v. fl!..1l: net
protit, $17!'.".'. From each lien she ic
celveil J :i to pay her for her work.
I a week. She gathered from the thick Ma
I dozen eggs. Mrs. Fiederick Myers of Clii
( cavo was a guest at the Railyey farh the
I tlrst of the week. Mrs. Ilovvlainl Colton
I of Moiiipeller and Mrs. 1'. Myers of Chl
I '-ago 1 ame Wedne-dav noon and icumln
Inl until Thuisdav evening at the Ralb-v
fin in. Mr. 1'i.ltoi, whs their guest for
dinner.- Mrs. Alilon Moulton vva called
lo Moirisvllle Monday noon by the seri
ous Illness of he sist, .r. Mrs. Frcderh
Mvers, who 1 nine from Chicago to spend
a lew days at her father's farm, staitcd
Saturilai on her return.
Mrs Murv ft. Phillips died at llie
home ol her daughter. Mrs. I-Mgar
Mor-e. Friday at the ace of ', years,
live months, ' d'v- She was lu ln-r
usual health until i.vo vveks ago. when
she was sub-hen with paralysis. Though
const Inns till the Ins: she was unable
to speak or lire one-half of her body.
The funeral was held from daughter's
home Momlu.v. Intel incut w.i-- In the
., ! Phillips'" cemetery in Duxhuiy.-Finnk
Saivyir ,i:n Civil1. Ilulldc.v wtie tn
Montpilier i'llday. Mr and Mrs F ft
Johnson and son, Paul, ivcie in South
Duxbury Siiuda.v . - Cli irlcs Smith, wlio
has been vlniing li's iiiulc in WinoosM,
Ictunieil lo his lioine In Moieiown Sal-Ultlav.-
Willi Cole id W.lli'lbui.v Willi .1
guest of M, , and Ml '. John Hurdle Saturday.-'.Mrs.
Ren Rlsliop. who was call
ed lit re by the illness of In r mother.
Weill to Molilpt I lee SlitllldlO to visit her
mother a lew da.vs. Sin- then will go to
her hoim. in Mount Clemen-, Miih.
St liools at the Corner were not lu ses
sion Ins: wick as several membeis or Hi"
liovvaid Dodge family were ill with scar
let fever and It was feared that some of
tile school -hi Ii 1 1 ill luul ben evposcd. So
far the fever has hem confined to one
fniullv.- Kdwaid Johnson has moved from
tlie Kln-i lei.r.in,.nt to Ids father's house.
-Miss Georgian:! Wilson passed S.iturd ly
nnd Siindav with
Jones In Rnrre
her sister. Mrs. A. C
Mrs l...zle A. Livingston has gone -o
Colehrstt r to care for Mi. Munzo Hays,
wlio Is slow-lv iccov-e-liu, from a severe
attack or pneumonia.-The little daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs V C. Pierce Is ill
The G. A. It. and W. R. ', sere,l I heir
annual dinner to niein'iers, their families
nnd the associate post members at their
rooms Siturday, January i'. The Relief
Cmps Instiillrd tit following mlliers:
Pri'hldeni. Adeliilde l-mnllev : S. X, ites.
dent, Rcrtha Rohltiseu. J V. president,
Nellie .Mnridiall; chailahi, l-;ilznlicth
Colluy; bvcrotary, Jclo W. llaycj;
Alvira Davis; enndtie-
i tor, Genuine unmore, guuiu, miviiii
I Pal cher! assistant gnat d, Sophln Lucia:
' patriotic Instructor, Flora Freeman; press
1 ( orrespo'ident, Rose Hill: musician, Ilnr
I rlel Parker; color borers, lit t. Mnry
I Morwiiy; second, Anna Farnhoin- third.
1 Abide- Grlllitli; fourth, lOithle Rrown.
Iliiirbt Mui-sbiill wns the installing oin
cer Past Commander 11. J. Fos'or In
stalled the G. A. R. olllcerstit the meeting
HnturihM . Ml.-s Colics Is entertaining her
sister, .Mrs. .Maltha Rrown, from it'tw
Miss Rilnii Newell of Pawtuckel, R.
came hint week to Chester Rrown's to
spend the winter. The temperature reg
l.slercil here the last three mornings, Sat
urday live below, Sunday Pi below, Mon-
1...I I.-,,,,. I, I tl'itr.tr It.w l.i.f.n
eommbisloneti an aide-de-camp In the sta.f
of II. M. Trimble. commander-ln-cbef of
the Grand Army of the Republic. At the
annual meeting or tlie Fnlveisalist
Church last year's olllcer.s were al re
elected. Mrs Leon L. Chamberlain Is
recovering Iroin 11 weeks' Illness with
diphtheria. -Mrs. Abide Splller of Ka.st
Randolph hns come to spend the winter
at George S. Harlow's. Tile voung son of
Henry W. Dials, who has been 111 with
bronchial pneumonia, l.s recovering
Work has been resumed on tilling the
trestles of the Hetlie Granite railroad be-
..-.,,. ,leri,i,ss ronnoetlnir the Cen-
., Vermont and White River railroads
m.n njA. , m,,t( n,i tl. nder-
pas wll soon be re.-nlv for use. Mr. and
Mrs. W. C. l.alto"k have returned from
Miss Cell.i Mi Loud lias return-
I ed from Stowe. R. W. Morse is recover
j Ing from an -it tack of the grip. MNs
I Rvelyn Morse underwent an operation for
'appendicitis I'tldiy at tho Randolph san
, ntorium and Is making prngiess toward
I recovery .
I Marcus A. Moody, aged 71 yenrr, senior
I tnerohiint of the vlllnge, .substantial j
1 citizen ami Civil War veteran, died Mon-
' daj night at his homo heie. following j
j 1111 Illness of many weeks, which began (
1 with an attack of bronchitis early In No- ;
Ills constitution, which slneo 1
had neverjieen strong, proved 1
t j rally permanently though
only 10 days before bis death lie was well .
enough to he out of doors for a short
walk. Selntl" rheumatism soon follow
and hastened the end. Mark Moody,
he was universally tailed In town, was I
11 siicee-sf id business man, one of tho
i few wlio have made a competency. Since
lM'ii he had done an inoi casing huslno'S j
In giocelies. men's furnishings, feed and i
j provision'. lie gave tlie closest posslhlo '
, npcrvlslon to his business, lie wa-i 11 1
member of Conipanv A, 10th Vermont
teghneiit. nnd was In the thick of tho
light at iiettshuig. lie repiesetueu me
town In tlie General Assemhly of 1S7S,
and though not an office-seeker, was nl-
ways deeply interested in politic,, being
j Inclined to take of late an independent
I attitude. He was a Clement lender 'n
i I"'-, and helped n carry the town for
the Clement ticket. He was a Grand
j Army man and a Mason but had no taste
1 for society and was seldom seen nvvny
from bis house or store. He Is survived
by bis wife, who was Ahble Archer,
daughter of the late Samuel Archor, and
by a brother. John Moody of Wisconsin.
I WHITE RIVER JUNCTION.
Interest which has heen manlfestod In
till- vicinity of late relative to tho or
g!iul?.atinn of a poultry association, re
suited Tuesday night In the election ot,
otllcers as follows: Preslilmt, c. W.
Cameron. It. .1. Lawrence and II. W.
Caswell, vice-presidents. R. L. Urle,
seerctnrv, and ri. S. Don-ibue. nsi-lstant
s-ccretary, with G. R. Carpenter, treas
urer. Tlie hiMiiil of directors is mado up
of i. W. Daley. II. W Caswell, R. J.
I.awr- i ' . .loo Trahan, O. S Dnnaliue.
.1 M I'odri. A. L. Daiiilen. !'. 1, Davis,
N P. Wheeler. George Rarton. W. W.
Russell. D. A. Rlllott. If. L. Rogle, R. K.
Noyes and G. R. Carpenter. A committee
was also appointed to draw- tip by-laws
and another meeting will be held within
n few weeks. Tue-dav afternoon, after
many months' suffering finm an Incur
able trouble, George Greeley died at the
home of his son, Orlo M with whom he
had made Ills home of late. Pi-iyer w'll
he hold at the Gieeby resilience after
which the body will be tnken to Wuter
biiry I 'e was a man of udvanced age.
Hiii ns i isgtiwl went to Rurllngton
Tued.iv. Mrs. .Mattison and her two
Utile gi aiiildaugliters were gue.-ls of Mrs.
D. F. Gould Saturday. Mrs. Laduc of
H.nre was a guest of .Mrs. C Campbell
the first of tlie week. Howard Porter,
the little son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Porter, N sin lously ill with bronchitis.
-Mrs. William Flint and Master Stanley
b live for Sidney. N. V., January 11, to
visit her daughter. Mrs Grace Phelps.
Mrs Loul-e Hurnham is ill with pneu
monia. The members of GooJ Will
Grange will have their Installation of
in lib is and supper .M their tegular meet
ing Saturday evening. Harrison Abbott
died I'rldav morning about two o'clock
at tbe age of id -.ears and the months,
lit was the oldest resilient In town and
had outlived all ot" ills generation ill the
community, hut he did not outlive his
welcome or his enjoyment of life. The
fiineial was at Ids home where he spent
ill bis das. Sunday at l:"o p. m. The In
terment was lu Abbott cemetery. Mrs.
Kll.i Ibutwlg Knlley of Indianapolis. Ind,
who has been spending about two weeks
with Mrs. II. "' Allen." left Wednesday,
Jauuarv .!. Mr. and -Mrs. Knlley estab
lished a home tor the aged In Indianapo
lis In Is!'''. -Mrs Laura Dutton dud Fri
day moining about live o'clock She will
he greatly missed hv all that knew her.
The funeral was al the home of her
daughter. Mrs. Clnton Campbell, tin.
Rev. W. M. Martin otllolatlng. The hear
ers wcie hei two sons nnd son-in-law.
Interment was In the village cenicttr.
at Il.irnaul. Mrs. 'oa Wllll ims of Wiil
iamstovvn. daughter of Mr and Mrs. Otic
Abbott came Friday evening on accoii.it
of Hie death of her grandfather. Mi
ami Mis. carl Hunt "f Hast Rrookllcld
cume the last of tlie week on .iccount of
the death of her mother, Mrs. Dutton. -Mr.
and Mrs. W. II. Lester or Rutland
Wire in llnivey Hlaiuliard's the flr-U of
the week. They attended Mr-. Phoebe
Ulaiichard's funeral Monday. Mrs. Phoe
be Hlanchard died Friday night at the
age of M years She leaves two children
tn survive her loss. She came from her
home lu Cl.iriiuont. N. 11.. about two
weeks ago io visit them. Tlie funeral
was held at the home of George Rla'i
ihard ondiiy at one o'clock, the Rev. V.
V Martin oclatlng. M. L. Wyman, Jr
was dliciior. Tlie liitt rinent wn-t at Mt
lii.s your sun br. ught back any busi
ness met hods fiom London'."'
"Oh. yes. He Hunks we ought to servo
tea afternoons and that all stenographers
j ought to be bloudcs," Pittsburg l'o
! Leo Dubrny of Hwnnton has filed
petition In bankruptcy with liabilities of
flll.Tii and nssctH of J76. W. O, Martin ot
1 Willi. imstown bus filed a similar petl-
.tlon with liabilities of IJ.1 13.71 and assets
I of Jt ST".
I The State board of pharmacy In an
nual minting in Montpellcr has elected
tlm following officers: President, W. F.
. Root, liiattleboro; sccreuiry, D. F.
I Davis. Rarre; ttonslirnl, M. G. McClal-
1 Ion . Rutland; members. M G. Reebe,
Rurllngton; W. 1,. Gokey, llennlngton
During tho year past the city ot liar,
hns spent t"-1,'iS? on Its streets, whlc is
T10.IT5.STf linger than In tho preceding
year. The amount was more than Ik
ustlnl because of the n"W granite pave
ment. During the year, 4IJ building per
mits woie granted.
Rb'hnrd Monohan, alius Silos llnM,,
alias Nevada Reno, etc, whose rreoid 1j
one of dnring theft and adventure. I111.1
""'-ncI In Caledonia county co.irl
to a four-year term In the State prison
tit WJniisor. Judgo Miles in Imnoslng
seiitenco remarked Hint It was lighter
than It would have been without out
side Influence! which was taken to mean
that the, criminal Is wanted In cither
states w-nen tils sentence here has ex
pired. He belonged to a hand of aba it
to that has be.n committing burglaries
In Vermont nnd New Hampshire
At the second day's -osMon of the Sta'c;
1 board of medical registration at the SLi o
lloi'se in Montpoller jcterdn paperH
were lead by Dr. P. L. Tumpitjun of,
( Montpellcr and by Dr S. W Htimm mil
j of Rutland. To-day papers arc schedu 'd
li.e Dr. G. 1 Forbes of Rurllngt.it, nrt t
Dr. H. L Waterman of Rrattleborc 'p ,
appointments of Governor Mend to t 10
'council on medlrnl education. Chi ao,
Febl-mr- i7-'JS were app-oved. thn ilr 0.
gap's being Dr. W. S Nay of t'nderl ,!!
and Dr. K. II. Whlttak.-r of Uarre
', Corporation papers were tiled yest't-
i day at the otPce of the seoretarv
stnte by the firm ot Russo & Mnssie
grocers, of Montpcller, with capital
of Sl.OCO, the papers bell--- s gncd 1
Russo and r. Russo of Montpellcr 11m
G. Massuocn and A. .Massuieo of Rarre
Papers wcie also filed i.v the Vermont
Quarries corporation of Portland, Me
with branch olflee In Hardwlck and
George O. Kimball is nnmed as one upi 11
whom papers may be served Tho capital
stock Is KO.CiO.
The consurvatlon commission appointed
by Governor Mend. In accordance with a
1 I resolution of the Legislature! of 1310, will
s I put-Msh the following article": "Conserva
tion or the Fertility of the Poll of Ver
mont." l'rof. J L. Hills r,f the Vnl
vcrslty of Vermont. "The Rights of the
Public In Water powers ' c.l F S
Hillings. WooiH'.ock. Shor'-SUhteil
Lumbering." A. F. Howes, State forest, r,
"Value of Our Fot uLs," Prof. U. T.
Hurt. Mleldlehury: "Conservation and
Taxation." J A Detioer Montpetlor,
".Short-SIghted Ruslm ss M, th ids, e l.
BATTERY STREET INDUSTRY
lee Cream and Cold Morugr Plum lis
tiitillnlieil hy A. II. White.
Rurllngton Is to have a new Industry
located on Its water front. The promoter
is A. R. White, head of Kent's con
fectionery establishment, who has p ,r
chrised from the Consumers' Ice .t Cea
company the property at SOI and . ":
flattery street, which will be mado h. c
n modern Ice cream and cold storage
Tho deed transferring the property to
Mr. White won Hied some days ago in
tho -lty clerk's oftlco and Mr. Whit
has been actively engaged In getting t.ie
plant .In shape. The building is kn vva .1
thei "Old Merchants' Rank building" nnd
Is a four story structure It Is located
next to a large Ice house and this latt.i
has neon lea.-ed by Mr. White for a lorq
teim of yars.
There will be Installed In the new pi.' '
modern Ice cream making m tci nei ,
. ariienlng moms and a milk and svvc i
cream department. The business will i
wholesale, and the Intention of the
promoter is to produce the highest gr.uli
of goods nt the lowest possible ro-
Tluee freezers will be Instated, e ' ;ei
new boilers, and a cement lloor w tie
laid throughout nearly the entire 'anil
Ing. There will be elevators ti hois
the Ice to an elevation above Mo
freezers where It enn be crushed im 1
dropped to the required position. Sonic
land is also Included In the transaction,
so that an addition cm be built to Cm
east when the business expansion re
The feature of tho new industry wnl n
the hardening room. This Is n room, kt 't
at ne,u ly zero, where cream cm t'
placed after being packed and kept i
perfect ennclltl'-n so thn It will he rendv
for shipping at short notice Tho new
industry will be operntod In connect o:i
with the large dairy business now con
ducted by Mr. Whit" nt Charlotte, and
Mr. White hns also in contemplation the
acquiring of another dairy which will add
to his facilities for producing goods
According to Mi. White, the capa. ity
of tlie new plant will be practically un
limited. Tlie making of ice en am In ill
Its phases will be made a speualn Tim
sanitary arrangements will be will looked
after and the possibility of gettl-ig tho
liest Ice In large ciuantltles will be a de
cided convenience. Mr. White Is ilit-.ng
the new plant UP to give the best .-ervlcn
and to meet a public demand, and v. .11
soon make n trip to some larger cities
to inspect the methods used In o'her in
dustries of this kind.
Musical Clnlis 1 1 time after Siiceemif nl
Cincert In Randolph nnd Hclht-I.
The member;! of the musical clubs re
turned lo ihc cl;v yesterday noon aft-r
giving two successful concerts In Ran
dolph and Hethel. At Randolph, win ro
the contort wns given Monday evening,
the clubs weic i ordi.illy received Tho
weather wliit h was estrcmely severe cut
down the size of the audience, yet oveV
ail pel sous heard the concert which wis
given In the Chandler Music li.ill Thn
men of the cliilstlnu RrMlierhood of
Rnndolpli entertained the members of
tho musical clubs at supper before tho
concert, and afterwards a dance vnn
given by the young people of the town,
At Rethel the hall was crowded and
a dance was also given to the clubs
The last lianeo to be given by the Key
and Serpent society before tho mid-year
examinations was held last evening In
the Howard Relief hall. Thorn were M
IT COMKS PNSOLICITF.D
"It's no -time tcr go huntiu' fcr
Tumble." said Urn. Williams -Kf you'll
onb stni still he'll save ou do railroad
fine hv cumin' tor whnr you is at
Hv Mill-letting (furnished) one or two
looms, you mny moot the expense, of liv
ing In a GOOD HOrsU or n GOOD
AARTMF.NT, as easily ns you could
alford a poor one, If the rent-burden weu
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