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THE BUKLINQTON FKKM I'KiiaS AND TJMKBi THUHSDAr, Al'Ut'ST 1, 1012.
9 Mnrry, and daughter, Sirs. Frank B. Brown, spent Tuesday In Johntion. Miss Williams of Burlington Is visiting at W. B. Cady's. Sllss Alice L. Parmolce of Brandon has been visiting at Herbert Crook's. Arthur Klngsland of Shelburne Is spending a week at I... D. Sloulton's. Tho Rev. and Mrs. Samuel H. Harnum aro delegates to the missionary Institute to bo held In Fairfax. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Lyon, William Harrington nnd Mrs. Frank Savoy wero nmong visitors In Burlington this week. Tho Rev. nnd Mrs. Arthur Bailey of South lladlcy, Mass., wero guests of tho HoV. nnd Mrs. Harnum while hero attending the Sunday school conference. Jed Shores and family of Milton attended a family reunion at Frank tlokoy's Sunday. Thirteen wero present. Miss Rebecca Berry, daughter of James Berry of this town, and Ed ward Parent of Richmond, were married Mondny morning by Father Olynn. After a short wedding trip they will leave for the West for tho benefit of the bride's health, the groom having recently pur chased a largo tract of land there. Tho bride was for some tltno a student In tho high school here, but was unablo to complete her course on account of poor hialth. An afternoon nnd evening ses sion of tho township Sunday School as toclatlon was held here Tuesday with a pood attendance considering tho weather. With few exceptions tho program was carried out according to schedule. HUNTINGTON. The King's Daughters meeting- has been postponed ono weak, to August 7. Miss Callsta Williams of Richmond has been a guest of Sirs. Knto Ross tho past few days. Tho Missionary Foclety will meet nt tho parsonage Thursday. Miss Grota Norton is spending a few days In Montpeher. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pahons and chil dren of Jonesvlllo wero nt E. G. Nor ton's over Sunday. Mrs. Fanny Par ker of Washington, D. C, who has been spending July with her mother, Mrs. Collins, nnd sister, Mrs. Falhy, returned to her homo Tuesday. Mr. nnd Mrs. K. II. Hinds, the Rev. nnd Mrs. Kemp made a trip to Morrlsvillo Tuesday. Tho Misses Eleanor and Laura Sweet wero In Burlington Tues day. HINESBURG. Mrs. Julian Daniels of Nntlck, Mass., is visiting her brother, 8. Bushnell. C. W. Webster, who has visited at F, B. Dow's the first two weeks, returned to Boston Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. George Stanch and two children of Chicago are visiting B. J. Boynton nt Lako Iroquois. Tho Hopo Circle of the King's Daughters will hold .a lawn sociable in front of the Con gregational vestry Saturday evening. Ice cream and cako will bo served. The Misses Anderson of Texarkana, Texas, are visiting their grandmother, Mrs. 1. H. McDonough. UNDERHILL. Mrs. Euckhnm nnd her sister, Miss Tyler, who has spent many years in mis sionary work in Africa, will give a talk on missions next Sunday evening', at the Congregational Church. These ladies are Interesting speakers nnd it will be well worth while to attend the service. Mrs. Charles Hylngton and daughter of Bur lington were guests of Mrs. Whitcomb last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Nay and Miss Eva Nay of Boston came Sat urday tor a two weeks' visit with their parents, Dr. nnd Mrs. W. S. Nay. Mr. end Mrs. Howard Rockwood, who have been at H. W. Rockwood's, left Sunday for Barre. H. B. Howard has a force of men erecting a mill, the old one being burned some timo ago. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Myctte and children of Burling ton are visiting at A. D. Myette's. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Oalusha of Dorchester, Mass., are visiting in town. They made tho trip by automobile. A number from here attended the Township Sunday Fchool convention at Jericho Center Tuesday afternoon and evening. MILTON BORO. Silas Sibley spent Saturday and Sun day at the home of Mortimer Reynolds. Edward Flynn has been at Camp Bonoka. Harry Leonard and Mrs. Bertha Blake were at Camp Boneka Sunday. Mr. Kin ney and Mrs. Slinkier and two children of Grand Isle have been spending a few days at tho home of B. F. Kinney. WEST MILTON. Among the visitors hero nro Mr. and Mrs. William Hill of Burke, N. V and Mrs. John Ellis of Boston. Miss Elizabeth Harris of South Burlington has been vis iting Hazel Patterson. Miss Beulah Lock crby of South Hero has returned after passing a few days with Charlotte Osgood. JONESVILLE. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Fuller and grand daughter, Gladys, nre spending the week in Royalton with Mr. nnd Mrs. William He.ithcrlngton. Sir. and Mrs. A. E. Crandall. i.r. and Mrs. Heman GUlett. Mr. and Mrs. John Atkins and daugh ter, Irene, and Mr. Blodgett are In camp at Lake Iroquois. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Alger of Colchester spent Sunday at L. A. Alger's. Mrs, Atehlns and Mrs. Ida Dals of Montpeller wero guests of Mrs. Perkins at J. B. Atkins Wednesday. Tho young people's club served supper at the hall from six to eight Wednesday evening. WINOOSKI. Mrs. Margaret Shcpparrt lias received word of tho death In Groton of her niece, Mrs, H, R. Page. Mrs. Pago was former ly Miss Nelllo Walton of this village and was married last September. Two weddings were celebrated Mon day morning at St. Francis Xavler Church, both ceremonies being performed by tho pastor, the Rev. J. F. Audet. James R. Murray and Sllss Dora Bordeau form ed ono of tho bridal couples and William Blanehard nnd Miss Mary GcrvnlB wero the other, Mr. Murray was attended by Hugh Flnnlgan, Jr., and his bride was attended by MKs Ora Landry. Following tho services nt tho church a wedding breakfast was served at the bride's homo on West Allen street, They left on tho noon train for a wedding trip to points In New Hampshire. Mr. Hlanchard and Miss Gt-rvals were attended by Mitchell VIllo malro and the lulde's fathor, Lcnnder uervals. A wedding breakfast was served 6t tho homo of Dominic Provost on West Htreet after which they left for a wedding trip to Montreal and other points In Can lulu, Tho speclal cloctlon for congress- man to nil tho unexpired term of tho lato D, J, Foster win very quiet horo Tuesday when the whole number of votes cast totuled hut 35, Frank L. Greono of St. Albans being tlio cholca of the citizens with 28 votes out of tho total cast. p. M. Moldon of Rut land, democrat, received six votes while John Hpargo of Bennington, tho socialist candidate, recelvoi hut one vote. Town Clerk C. G. AHard called tho mooting to order and read tho call and Selectman F. E. Illgwood pro vided. Besides the ballot clerks nnd tho election officers there 'Wore about thrco voters In tho hall at tho time the polls were oponod. Tho American Woolen company will put In a now bulkhead at tho upper falls near tho Stovons Machine com pany shops. Tho work of putting In the coffordam lins been begun find when completed tho old flume, which has dono duty for many years past, will bo torn out. Tho old flumo at tho tlmo of tho high Vnter this last spring wns on tho vergo of collapse under tho pressure when tho wator wns at Its highest. D. H. Snow has sold his bakery and confectionery store nt C2 Main street to 11. E. Thomas, who will take pos session to-day. Mr. Snow purchased, the business from H. L. Thomas nnd W. H. Howard nine years ago nnd has built Up a ftrstclnss trado by steady attention to his work. He now retiTos for a much needed vacation of about threo months and Is as yet un decided what ho will unddrtako for the future IL E. ThomnB Is tho son of H. U Thomas who sold out to Mr. Snow, nnd has been employed In tho storo of W. E, McBrldo for about nvo years. Chief Barbor nnd Officer Thomas Fox of tho pollco department now appear In now uniforms and caps. Chief Barber has a gold-plated badge and cap bearing tho name of hts of flpe. Officer S. Amour's uniform Vias not been completed. A son was born Tuesday to Mr. nnd Mrs. Joseph Culsson of Weaver street and also a son to Mr. and Mrs. John Poirler of West Allen street. WESTPORD. Charles E. Whipple, while using his clr culir saw Saturday, was badly hurt by a splinter which struck him In one eye. It is possible that he may retain the sight Sir. nnd Sirs. R. A. Perry are vif-ltlng James Rice nnd family In Whnl lonsburg, N. Y. Sirs. O. W. Allen and grandson, George, visited at John Allen's Thursday. Miss Slcda Rice returned from Fairfax Friday. Sllss Laura Kidder spent last week In Burlington. CHARLOTTE. Th-5 Silsses Lucy Skiff, Ruth Spear and Gladys Cook accompanied by Baldwin Skiff attended a birthday party, In hon or of Sllss Marlon stcGee at Villa Elmlre, Kcclers bay Saturday. -C. Horsford has gone to Oklahoma for his health. Sir. and Sirs. Edward Laforcc are Mslting in Peru, N. Y Mrs. Joseph AVInterUottom, Jr., returned from Slontrenl Friday. Cyrus Horsford has gone to Oklahoma tc visit his uncle. Slarshall Smith, and see If tho climate will benefit his hay fever. Sir. and Sirs. Irving Thorpe of New York city, who were here to attend the funeral of his mother, have returned. Sirs. Treston, who has been 111 at the homo of her daughter, Sirs. Georgo Whalley, for a long time, died Monday morning. Mrs. Edgar Potts of Atlanta, On., Is a guest at A. A. Hylngton's. Sirs. C. W. Crane nnd daughter, Sarah, of Bur lington, visited at W, W. Root's last week. ST. GEORGE. Sirs. W. G. White of Jonesville and Mrs. Charles Smith anil two daughters of Hinesburg visited -Mrs. SI. W. Hins dale Saturday. Bennle Forbes return ed home Saturday after pnsslng a week In Burlington. Mrs. Albert Wil liams and children have returned after visiting In Burlington for three weeks. HUNTINGTON CENTER. Sirs. Ilenp Holmes of Richmond is vis iting her mother, Sirs. Watson Sloody. Sllss Rltta Ellis of New York Is tho guest of her mother. Sirs. Cnssandrla Ellis. Sirs. Helen Bobbins of Horlgan is visiting at G. W. Brewster's nnd oilier relatives here. E. W. Ellis had a bad spell Slonday morning, caused by his heart. Sllss Callsta Williams of Rich mond was hire Slonday. Sir. and Sirs. Sabins and children of Jonesvlllo were guests at the homo of R. A. Norton Saturday. FRANKLIN COUNTY SWANTON CENTER. Georgo SI. Bliss, elder uon of Sir. and Mrs. S. W. Bliss of Skeels Corner, and Miss Juanlta Collins of Noyan, P. Q were married Tuesday noon, July 23, at St. ThomaB's Church In that town In tho presence of about 100 relatives. Tho double ring service was used. The groom was attended by his brother, Orrin Bliss, as best man, and tho bride by her sister, Sllss Slargaret Collins, as maid of honor. After the ceremony the wedding party returned to the home of the bride for an Informal reception. Tho wedding presents were many and valuable, con sisting ' solid silver cut glass, china, linen, and several large sums of money. During the afternoon tho young couple departed In the groom's new automobile for a tour through Vermont and New Hampshire, after which they will reside in St. Albans, where Sir. Bliss Is con nected with the customs force. Among tho relatives from this vicinity who at tended the wedding were Sir. and Sirs. Sumner W. Bliss and Orrln Bliss, the Silsses Pearl and Slabel Rlcard, Sir. and Sirs. Herbert C. Skeels, Ira Skeels, Miss Florence Hubbard and Horace W. Hub bard. Sirs. Cornelia Gilbert and daugh ter, Sllss Lottie Gilbert, who live near SIlnneapollH, Sllnn., visited their cousin, C. P. Rlcard, and other relatives In this vicinity last week. Mrs. B. W. Beals of Boston Is visiting her mother, Sirs. A. P. Royce. Sir. and Sirs. Truman Webster of Shelburne and Sir. and Sirs. E, E. Olds of Burlington have returned to their homes after visiting at tho horas of E. E. Smith and other relatives. Sirs. Frank B. Wilder and children, Marjorle and Daniel, returned to their home In the Jackson district Monday night from Westfield, Mass., Mrs. Wllder's former homo, Sllss Addle Wilder, who had been visiting In Westfield, returned with them. -Mr. and Sirs. P, O. Griffith of East Orange, N, J , are expected nt the home of their aunt, Sirs. A. K, Honslnger, Fri day for a visit. Tho trip Is being made by automobile. Sirs. G. H. Thomas of Sheldon visited her sister, Mrs. A. P Royce, Thursday. RICHFORD. Sir. and Sirs. Ray E. Tenncy, who vis ited relatives here for a week, returned Friday to their home In Newport, N. H. Sir. ond Mrs. Ezra Lafleur and daugh ter, Hlldu, and Sirs. Fred Sargent are posslng a week at Silver lake, Frank lin, Sir. and Sirs. Prank W. Corliss, who havo been visiting hero for two weeks, started Friday evening for Omaha, Neb., but will vlidt In Ontario en route, Sllss Addle SI. Reed Is 111. Mr. nnd Sirs, L. n. Davis ore passing two Weeks at Caledonia Springs, Ont.-Rlchford Cornet band has been engaged to fur- nisn music for the Bedford. Que., fair. August 27-20.-E, r, Hopkins has bought a farm In Brookfleld as an Investment. Thu furni Is near whero his son, Clyde Hopkins, llves.-silss Alice Barnes of Bristol Is visiting sir. nnd Sirs. Oscar SlcGrogor.-Slr. nnd Sirs. Harlow J, Comings nnd granddaughter, Hasel West over, are passing a week at Potton Springs, Ont.-A hearing before tne Tub. lie Service commission, relative to abol ishing a grade crossing on the Canadian Pacific railway at East Rlchford, will bo held In that village July 31. The plan contemplates an underpass near the J llomer UaIcr place ana tUe estimated cost Is $18,000, of which tho town of Rlchford will pay 10 per cent. Hannibal Hamlin Stanhope died Sunday evening at eleven o'clock nt tho home of his fattier, H. N. Stanhope, from nervous prostration and valvular heart trouble. Tho funeral was held nt the homo of his parents on Center street Wednesday afternoon nt two o'clock, tho Rev. J. H. Wallace officiating, and tho burial wns In the cemetery at Rlch ford Center. Sir. Stnnhopo was born In this town September 2T 1871. For tho past 16 years he had been a traveling salesman, having covered a largo portion of the country east of the Mississippi river, nnd some States farther West. Ho first married Miss Etta Graham of Rlch ford, who died Id years ago, and his sec ond wife wns Sllss Ida Perkins of Con necticut, who survives htm, as does a daughter by the first marriage, Miss Et ta Stanhope, aged Id years, who has al ways resided with hor grandparents. His parents, Sir. nnd Sirs. H. N. Stanhope, also survive him, and one brother, James G. Stanhope, of Stevens SIllls. Sir. Stan hope had been III slnco Fcbrunry. A few weeks ago ho came to his father's home hero -when the latter returned from Njw Haven, Conn. Sirs. Stanhope nrrlved Saturday morning from New Haven. Er nest C. Yates left Saturday evening for tho Canadian northwest, nnd hopes to lo cate In Reglna, Asslnlbola, eventually. Mrs. Yates and children, Lloyd and Ger trude, went to Slontrcal Saturday even ing, and Sunday evening Joined Sir. Yntes on the Journey. They will visit In Blen heim, Ont where they will make an ex tended visit to relatives beforo Joining Sir. Yates In the Northwest. Ernest D. Read stnrted Saturday evening for Lit tle Rock, Ark., where he has a position in the engineering department of tho Sllssourl Pacific railway. Sir. Read Is a civil engineer who graduated from Tufts College. Sir. ond Sirs. C. H. Aiken aro on an automobile trip through Northern New York, and will visit Sir. nnd Sirs. Arthur Arms of Snrnnoc Lake. G, Lclatul Green of Randolph visited hero Tuesday, going from here to Silver lake, Franklin. Thomas Taylor of Los Angeles, Cal., who lived In the family of Dr. 11. A. Boguo In this place In former years. Is visiting here. Sirs. Wilbur Richardson of North Troy visited her parents, Sir. and Sirs. Sloses Lovelette, luesday.-SIr. and Sirs. William Relrden of Barton nre visiting his brother, W. J. Relrden.--Mrs. Hnwnrd Sherrer and chil dren of Lyndonvllle nre visiting at the home of her mother, Sirs. William B. rreer. J. G. Sulllvnn, an Inspector In the Immigration sen-Ice nt Boston, Is visiting In this place, where he was for several years stationed. Sirs. Sulllvnn nnd chil dren came a few weeks ago. MONTGOMERY CENTER. Lennder Sl.mosh has gone to Chicago, where he expects to remain, having ob tolned a permanent position. Walter I.onge recently cut his leg on a scythe. Louis Dcsautelle, who has a position in the Woodsvllle National bank at Wnods vllle, N. H., who has been visiting his parents for the past two weeks, returned Sunday night. Alfa Dlx was In Burling ton .Monday. John Fountain, who died Slonday while being taken to the St. Al- tans hospital, was a young mnn about 30 ears old and bore a good reputation In town. He leaves a wife and one young daughter, besides a large number of relatives. Sir. and Sirs. F. H. Rowley of I eomlnster, Slass., aro visiting Sir. -and Sirs. H. O, Rowley. The Rev. Sir. Buck ingham of Plalnvllle, Conn., will com mence his services as pastor of tho Bap tist Church hero Sunday. Sir. and .Mrs. B. St. Francis, also several of Sirs. St. Francis's brothers, are camping at B. W. Peaso's cottage at Lake Carml. Herbert Hessey of East Enosburg visited at F. W. Bundy's Tuesday. J. SI. Robb of Rlchford Is In town for a few days on business. John Qulmby of Everett, Slass., Is at home visiting his sister, Sirs. John R. Halle. Dr. G. S. Clark accompanied Sllss Frances Clapp to the Slary Fletcher hospital, whero she went for medical treatment Tuesday. Sllss Sladge La plant of East Hlghgate Is visiting at Peter SIcElroy's. Sllss Lcnrey of Chicago Is visiting her cousin, Sirs. George Lucia. Miss Slary Duffey, who has been spend ing a week with her parents on East Hill, has returned to her position at tho Ameri can House at Rlchford. ENOSBURG FALLS. A. S. Armstrong, the milk solicitor. after driving to the condensary Saturday morning with Sir. and Sirs. Julius Young, stopped, after leaving them, between two teams unloading. No tooner had he stopped than the seat of the express wagon ho was using tumbled to tho ground, carrying him with It. The horse became frightened and ran toward home, leaving pieces along tho way. Both wag on and harness were b.idly Etnashed, Sir. Armstrong was bruised by tho fall, but Is about. A. J, Gauvln of Storrtsvllle has bought tho tea rout'e of A. A. Ken dall and moved his family into tho tene ment occupied by Sir. Kendall, who has moved into tho chambers of the samo house. Sirs, Eva SIcGIll and two sons of Rosllndale, Slass., are at the Colton homestead, whero they will pass the summer. Sirs. Ann Colton Is with Sirs. I. 11. Blllado for tho summer. SI. P. Benson went to Bondvlllo Saturday, call ed by tho death of his father, whose funeral was held Sunday. C. H. Stratton will move this week Into the tenement over the postofflce, which has been re-modeled.-Joseph Erwln, In the employ of the Woolen Sllll company In Wlnooskt, visited here over Sunday. Mrs. Grace Irish and threo children havo returned from Bristol and are visiting Sir. nnd Mrs. V. 8. IrishSirs. C. M. Prntt and daughter, Sirs. H. B. Kimball, have re turned from a two weeks' stay at Hlgh gate Springs. Sllss Belle C. Stone was the guest of Sirs. Nelly Hart Woodworth in Franklin Wednesday and Thursday at the meeting of tho Botanical club. C. SI. Barnes of Foxboro, Slass., s a guest of his sister, Mrs. A. J. Smlth.-The ball game Saturday afternoon between the Condensary and .Montgomery teams was won by tho latter by a score of 8 to 7.-The con dition of Thomas Gllbar, who was In Jurcd by fnllln'g In a barn In Berkshire Wednesday, s slightly Improved and It is expected he will recover soon.-Joscph (Betters of Syracuse. N. Y., Is visiting friends here. Tho family of H. N. Kimball nre oc cupylng tho cottage at Riverside that was recently completed. Sir, and Sirs. A, M, Aseltlno and children are at Rlversldo for tho week.-SIrs. Lizzie Cutting has re turned from a few days In Easl Enosburg. -H. W. Towle, who Is traveling for Kim ball Brothers & Con., was with his family here over Sunday.-C. H. Stratton Is hav- Ing a few days' vacation from his duties as carrier on route four from hero, his ploco being taken by substitute, I), F. SIsFceters. Sirs. Maud Btebblns and son, Carroll, returned Monday from Sheldon. where Sirs. Btebblns had been for n weok and tne son slnco tho close of school, Horace Holslngton nnd Sllss Slay Play ful of South Franklin were married Sat urday by Justice O. SI, Towle. They ox pect to mako their future home In Bridge- water.-Qnylord Sayles of Seattlo, Wosh., Is tho guest of his brother. Stnnly Savles. He hos been surveying a new railroad linn from Sherbrooke, que., called tho Quebec Eastern railroad, for several months past. Sir. and Sirs. L. H, Pome toy, who have been In Sirs. Pomcroy's homo for several weeks aro In town. Sir. nnd Sirs. F. G, Sheldon of Hwanton nre guests of Sirs. Sheldon's sister, Sirs. W. 11. Klmbnll.-Slrs, Nancy Hlines Is visiting her daughter, Sirs. C. E. llrltch, In Hlghgate, for a few weeks. Postmaster Tyler was with his family at Hlghgato Springs over Sunday, Sir. and Sirs, L. L. Marsh were with Mr. Slarsh's aunt, Sirs. G. C. Holmes, In St. Albnns, over Sunday. Joseph Duso Is lit nt his homo on Pleasant street. Sirs. Edna Boll of Philadelphia, Pa., Is visiting here. John La Fountain of Stontgomery, who was being taken to St. Albnns hospital .Mon day evening for an operation, accompan ied by his wife and n doctor, had grown so rapidly worse nfler leaving "homo thot he was taken form the train hero and died In the station. His body was taken to tho undertaking rooms of J. A. Gibson and later taken home. Sir. nnd Sirs. E. S. Towle of Franklin visited thu family of H. W, Towle Tues day. Sir. and Sirs. S. H. Wanner of Rakersfleld havo been passing a couplu days with Sir. nnd Sirs. H, O. Powers. Sirs. W. E. Slitlguy is visiting at her old home In Bane. EAST BERKSHIRE. L. P. Slendhnm and two daughters, and Sllss lngall ol New York nro at Blue bird camp. Sir. and Sirs. De Bruyn Kops of Ni-w York passed ttm week-end at Bluebird camp. Sirs, Burton .Stearns and son, Donald, have returned to her home in St. Paul, Sllnn, she was accom panied by her mother, Sirs. SI. J. Olds. Sir. nnd Sirs, F. N. Ovlntt, Sir. and Sirs. Ernest Young, Sir. nnd Sirs. I). Larock nnd Sllss Gladys Uiroek hnvrt retimed from iikn Carml, Franklin. The Rev. C. J. Peterson with a patty of boys nro In camp at Lake I'nrml, Franklin. Sirs. E. S. Bogue Is visiting In Rlchford for a few days. HILL WEST. Guy rrazler left Saturday for Benning ton, where he has employment. Sir. and Sirs. Henry Shnngraw were week-end guests of Sir. nnd Sirs. Emlle Bossier on Notrh Road. .Mr. and Mrs. William Ariel passed Sunday with Sirs. Ariel's parents. Sir. and Mrs. L. A. St. Once In East Enosburg. Sir. and Sirs. John Ariel were business visitors in Enosburg Falls Saturday. Sirs. Jerry Dazotelle and daughter, Ida, who passed List week here, have returned to Hast Berkshlic Sllss Ethel Centrrbar, who has passed nearly three months here, returned to Lyman Slass., last Satuiday. II. II. Bossier passed Sunday with his wife, who Is passing a few weeks with her patents, Sir. and Sirs. W. P. Shangraw. The Rev. Sir. Summer has been visiting among bis parlshoiie rs for the past few days. Inn Shannon of East Bcrk-dilro has been n guest of 1 .ena I, umbra for a few days. Sirs. Slattlda Rusbford Is with her son, Henry nnd family for an Indefinite stay. Sirs. Annls Slurray of Rlrhford is with her daughter, Sirs. Lillian Shnnsrnw Slourlce Wethetby has purchased the L. A. St. Onge farm of Feno Hull of Sam- sonvllle. Sirs. Wllll-.m Baker and daugh ter, Glndys, of Slorrlsvllle are visiting this place and will also spend a few days at the village before returning home. Sirs. Elizabeth (Stnson) Housquet of Laconla, N. II., IsiNltlng her sister, Sirs. Callsta Potion at the home nf Sir. and Sirs. William Daniels. Sli s. Charles Rushfcrd and two children passed Sunday In Hectorvlllo at the home of her par ents, Sir. and Sirs, Joseph Touchetle. FAIRFAX. Sirs, e ornelia Gilbert and daughter. Charlotte of St. Paul. Sllnn.. are In town visiting relatives and friends. Sirs. Persls Ballard spent Friday and Saturday In St. Albnns. Her sister. Sirs. Samuel Crown, accompanied her home to remain a few days. Mrs. Emery Blown of St. Albans Is the guest of Sirs. Winona Taft and Sirs. R. C. Ballard. C. S. Howard! and family start Thursday for a two weeks' stay nt cjueen City Park Sirs. Starjorle Pienttss of St. Albans is -lslt- lng her aunt, Sirs. S. II. Phelps. Candi dates for free tuition and teachers' certificates are notified that these ex aminations will be held Augu-t 13 and 11, at Fairfax, Georgia and Westford central schools. There will be a summer school beginning August 5 at N. H. I feu- the benefit of those who failed In tho spring examinations. All who plan to attend, please notify the superintendent nt once. FRANKLIN. A, D. Whitney spent Sunday In North field with his son, Dr. H. A. Whitney. Silsses Louisa Raymo and Mildred (leno, nre visiting In Bni re. Sllldrcd Powell Is visiting In Slorrlsvllle, Jeffersonvllle nnd East Fairfield. Prank SInnley returned from Underbill Center Saturday night. A son was born to Sir. nnd Mrs. D. V. Yates recently. Sllss Ruth Hopkins was In Burlington over Sunday, with her mother, who Is at the Slnry Fletcher hospital. John Hollo has been In Woices ter the past week, called there by the ill ness of his father, Isadora Bollo. FAIRFIELD. Dr. ami Mrs. D. S. Falrchlld of Clinton, Iowa, who have been visiting Sir. and Mrs. W. H. Fairchild for tho past week, went Tuesday to St. Rocks, where they will visit tho doctor's father. Sirs. James Fanton was taken suddenly ill Saturday evening. Sir. nnd Sirs. .. W. Brown, who have been visiting Sir. and Sirs. W, II, Falrchlld, have returned to their home In Babonport, la. George Stevens of Wllllston Is In town. Saturday tho re mains of Sirs. John Barry of St, Albans wero brought here for burial In tho Cath olic cemetery, Sirs, l.enard Slontgnmery, who has been seriously 111, 3 better. Sirs. William Weight man and little daughter, Dorothy Slurrlll, nf Johnson, nre at the homo of H. A Sherwood. Sirs. Clydo Lannard, who was taken to the St. Albans hospital last week for an oper ation for nppondlcltK Is Improving slow ly. The Silsses Lenath and Beulah Soulo are nt their grandmother's In Cambridge. Sllss Gnlda Coon of Eabt Fairfield was called home by tho Illness of her mother, -Sllss Dorothy Pattern of Franklin Is visiting Dr. and Sirs, J, It, Patton. Louis Bnrtlett of Silver City, Sloxlco, who was visiting Sirs. H. W, Sotile, has returned to Barre, where his daughter Is In the hospital. ENOSBURG. Dr. and Sirs, Perry of West Rutland, who have been the guests for sovernl days of Sir. and Sirs. Vrudenburgh at tho par sonage, left for their homo .Monday, They camo by automobile, Sllss Emily Fryer of .Montreal mine .Monday for a stay of a fow weeks with Sirs. S, P, Stevens. Sllss .Myrtle Hopkins returned to her home Sunday. Sirs. SIorrlB Woodward and Sirs. Vradenburgh went Slonday lo .Montreal to eo Sirs. Harriet S. Dow. who is In the General liospttul. They will visit Sirs, Woodward's sister, who lives there.-Miss Baker, who came with her cousin, Sirs, G, E, Fnssett, to tho homo of Sir. Fnssett, ro'turns to Boston Thursday. -Sirs, Edna Lonch nnd little grandson, Donald Fldrf;;, who have been visiting at Enosburg FnlU, Jiavo returned homo, An epidemic of berry picking has broken out, The moun tain pastures aro full of peoule, soino com- in! a dlstnnce of 10 miles to pick raspber ries, Some who sell them nsk from 12 to lf cents a quart -Sirs. Lyman Gilbert has returned from Cambridge. BAKERSFIELD. There will be the regular servlco nt tho .Methodist Episcopal Church Sunday morning with sermon by tho pastor, the Rev. Glenn W. Douglass. In the evening Sir. Douglass will glvo a review of the book, "Quiet Talks on Personal Prob lems," by S, D. Gordon, after which the book will bo loaned to sonic member of tho coiigie-gatlnn desiring to read It. Sllss Sltirlon Harvey of Rlchford has been the guest of Sllss Slnry Fnrrand. Sirs. Theophllns Lnbelle was taken to the Slary Fletcher hospital Thursday and un derwent an operation the following Sat urday. Tho operation was successful, Sllss Slnrlcm Brady has returned from Cliff Haven, N. V., on account of Illness. Tho Rev. O. R. Houghton nnd family have returned from two weeks spent In Sllddlcbury.-Slrs. II. F. Brlgham Is visit ing friends In Brooklyn, N. Y. MONTGOMERY. Sir. nnd Sirs. Emery nr visiting In Albany and Woleott for a week, Sllss Slay Hall, who has been visiting In Enos burg, has returned. Sllss Dorothy Cooley of Itlehford Is visiting her aunt, Sirs. Annie Head. 1 l.irold Domln.l was homo over Sunday. Sir. and Sirs. David Dom Ina of Rlchford have been visiting In town. Mi h. Aldls Place and children of Manchester, N. II., are visiting her father, James Slanger. Slis. B. H. Dick enson of Enosburg passed Sunday In town. Sirs. L. O. Llbby Is In Slontpeller. SWANTON CENTER. At a delightful lawn party given by tho Silsses Pearl nnd Slabel Rlcard to about a dozen young women friends last Satnrdny, the engagement of Sllss Daisy IJoje-u to Jtidson Hllllker of Swanton was. announced. Harold SI. Royce of BtO'-kton, Slnss., Is passing his vacation wlih his parents, Sir. and Sirs. A. P. llnvce.-Sllss Hnttle Lcsrsor of Albtlrg was the guest of Sllss Florence Hubbard last week. WEST BERKSHIRE. Gerald Stewart and family of Slontrcal, line., nre passing a couple of weeks at C. I!. Bulletin's. Sir. and Sirs. A. Lee Derby ol Fnrmlngton, Conn., are visit ing his parents, Sir. and Sirs. A. C. Derby. S1I--S Gladys Diamond Is visiting in Slontienl and Ottawa. .Mrs. SI. E. H, Spinney and two daughters have moved to this place from Rocky Ford, Colo. They are at present with her sister, Sirs. C. I'lysses Johnson. ST. ALBANS. In eitv cuurt Filday before Judgu N. X. Pi t. the case of John Gabaree vs. Arthur Reynolds of Georgia to re cover the altio of 2j days' labor at $1 n dn., was heard. The court allowed the defendant f 10 damages caused by de leiidant's leaving during having nnd ren dered Judgment for the plaintiff to re cover 112.10 and costs. Georgo Sturgeon of Sheldon was tried on the charge of furnishing intoxicating liquor nnd was discharged. William Chntflcld, who was arrested on a charge of assault with a ilangeioiis weapon, was also discharged after a hearing. The Sliver lake reservoir proposition is still held up pending the settlement of the land damages which Is apparently no nearer than It has been. Cephas Ilotchklss's price of $1,0"0 for tho water and $''iii an acre fur the land has been Increased to .2.3fio for the land nnd water, and the my count 11 does not approve of this arrangement. George Wugner, the other pioperty holder, holds to his original pi Ice eif $lVo for the hind and water. Work has been begn.i on the gymnasium at the titr.innhuu Slemnrial club on North Slain street. The room Is about Cj by 50 feet and will be surrounded by a run ning trnck while the floor space will be in id for the usual "gym" apparatus. Shower baths will also bo Installed, Rodney W, Babcock, formerly of this city and a graduate of tho class of 19-18, St. Albans high school, was graduated from the Sllssourl State University In June, and has received the appointment ns professor of mathematics In a Junior college In Evansvllle, Wis. The matter of obtaining a right of way for the Silver lako connection with tho city reservoirs has been further looked Into by Slajor 3. C. Greene and tho wa ter committee, and it was finally voted by the council that the offers of Cephns HotchMss and George Wagner, tho land owners who are holding up the proposi tion, be accepted on condition that a written agreement with the parties in volved for the right of way bo obtained. Sir. HotchMss demands l,r) and Sir. Wagner $l,?i'. The cn.e of State vs. Heibert Lnbar die, charged with being Implicated In tho rohben of summer cottages along tho bay shote, was heard before Judge N. N. Post Saturday. Labardlo was bound over for appearance nt the fall term of Franklin county court. Ball was not fix ed. Allen Lucas of Rlchford, the 14-year-oli! boy who was wanted on n charge of larceny of $10 from a man In Berkshire, was arrested on a farm In Sheldon Fri day afternoon and brought to the Jail he'-e. Word has been received In this city of tho marriage of Sllss Teresa Frances Sul livan, formerly of this city, and Dr. George T. Llnnehan, which took place at Richmond Hill, N. Y., last Thursday. Both bride and groom havo many friends here. GEORGIA. There will bo a "roll call" at tho regu lar meeting of Banner Grange, No. 3S6, P. of H.. Friday evening. Sir. and Sirs, J. W. Reynolds nro entertaining Sir. and Sirs. Elmer Reynolds of Greenlleld, Slass. News is received nnnounelng the mar riage of Sirs. EfTIo Brennnn, formerly of this place, nnd W. SI. Baker of Sled ford, Mass., on Wednesday, July 17. Sir. and Mrs. Cornelius Lugtlg were called to Rlchford Thursday to nttend tho fu neral of Sir. Lugtlg' sister, Sirs. Ernest Eldridge. A party of young people, con sisting of the Silsses Ethel Drew, Allen Wood, Hilda Bragg, Sadlo Wilbur, Flor ence Hoyden, Huldnh Nowton nnd Star guerlte Bliss, will go to "Cnmp Rich" Thursday for two weeks. Sirs. W. if. Wilbur will net ns chaperon. The sub ject of the Epworth League's meeting next Sunday evening will be "The Growth and Culmination of Decision; Jesus As sumes His Llfework." The leader will bo Sllss Hilda Bragg. EAST AIRFIELD. Sirs, Evn Newton and daughter, Laura, of St, Albans visited relatives In this village Saturday, nnd Sunday returning lo I heir home Slonday. The Episcopal Sunday school hud their annual picnic nt Hlghgate Springs Wednesdny, July 25. About 30 from this town and Itakerstleld attended. Sirs. Slargaret Tlerney hns ex hibited a beautiful cactus In her yard for n few days past. The catciui has about 100 nrlght scarlet blossoms nnd Is n very pretty sight - A pnrty wns -ilven Sllss Agnes Mitchell Slonday night. July 23, it being the 19th anniversary of her birth day. Sirs, Lou Abalr of Rutland, who was railed here by the death of her brother, Hobart C. Button, returned to her home Friday. Van Ness Chnfio Is remodeling his house. Sir. Barnes, n brother of Sirs. Fayette Soulo, who has from the west, has been visiting his sis ter nnd other relatives In town. Sirs. Fannie Emery and four children of Bos ton, who havo been visiting Sir, find Sirs. A. P. Wright for a few weeks, havo re turned to their home. GRAND ISLE COUNTY NORTH HERO Sir. and Sirs. Custer Knight nnd family and Sllss Hilda Allstrlll nf Melrose, Slass., returned to their homes Saturday, after having spent threo weeks nt the borne of Sir. Knight's father, O, P. Knight, and brother, W. H. Knlght.-Sllss Esther Bacon of Elmore Is visiting at tho home of F. W. Knight. Slost of the farmers are still busy haying. O. B, Knight went Saturday to Shelburne to spend n few days with his brother, E, A. Knight. GRAND ISLE. The Ladles' Aid to have Its annual sale August 8. Supper will be served, also lco cream and cake In tho afternoon, The lawn social at Vntitltie's was well attend ed, about $28 being realized. Thomas Roberts, Jr., Albert S, Rockwood and Carrol H. Brewster, the latter a descend ent nf Governor Brewster, llrst governor of Stassachusetts, all attorneys, hnvo loft their cnmp Wollnpooloh nnd returned to New York city. Sir. and Sirs. Blackwood nre the parents of a daughter. Sir. and Sirs. Harold Phelps have a son. LAMOILLE COUNTY M0RRI5VILLE. Prof, a id Sirs. W. A. Beebo have sold their residence on Park street to Mr. and Sirs. J. A. Wnlte. Sir. and Sirs. Beebo and son, Edwin, left Saturday by automo bile for their new home In Proctor, stopping over Sunday In Cambridge with relatives. Sirs. Casslj Davis, who lias been a way for nearly two years, pnsslng part of the time In California, arrived Friday evening from Granville, N. Y where shi has passed some time with her brother, Dr. W. A. Tenney. Sllss Kate G-ob nf Chicago, who has visited her uncle and aunt, Sir. and Mrs. W. C. Ward, left on her return Saturday. Silsses Anne and Mildred Jackson of Watervllle, Conn., nnd Walter K. Jack son of Burlington, who aro visiting here, passed Saturday In Hyde Park, guests of Mr. and Sirs. Walter Strong. Sirs. A. E. Bangs nnd daughter, Sllss Ethel, of Springfield, Slass., are guests of Sir. nnd Sirs. W. C. Ward. Sir. and Sirs. Ward and guests and Sir. and Sirs. Fred Sllloway left Saturday for Hlghgate Springs, where they will pass two weeks In camp. Mr. and Sirs. George E. Little and daughter, Lucine, of Burlington, were guests Saturday and Sunday of Sir. and Sirs. H. A. Slayton. Sllss Anna Bell and mother, Sirs. Catherine Bell, went to their new homo In Flttsford Saturday, whero Sllss Bell will have a position as assistant In the high school. Sir. and Sirs. Alton Lawson passed Saturday and Sunday In Woleott with his parents, Sir. and Sirs. W. R. Lawson. Sllss Josephine Hcrrlck and guest, Mrs. E. J. Vlnnecomb, re turned to Boston Saturday after a stay of two weeks with the former's parents, Sir. and Sirs. C. H. HerrlcK. Fred St. Ober wns called Sunday after noon to Shelton, Conn., on account of the critical condition of Sirs. Ober, who had undergone an operation while visiting trlends in Shelton. Sir. Ober left by au tomobile for Waterbury, where he took the train for Shelton. Sir. and Sirs. B. SI. Hopkins and friends, Sir. and Sirs. Emery of St. Albans, came by automobile Satur day and were gue.iLs of Sir. and Sirs. J. H. Warren. Sirs. Stephen Harrow of Read ing, Slass., and Sirs. Slarguerlte Ellis of Woburn, Slass., arrived Saturday to visit the former's sister and husband, Sir. and Sirs. William Peo, In Elmore. Sirs. Slary Watson, who has been employed for some time at the State hospital at Northamp ton, Slass., has completed her work there and returned homo. Sirs. John Naylon, who has passed a week with her daughter, Sllss Ethel Aldrlch, returned to Burling ton Saturday evening. A. F. Fay Joined Sirs. Fay Saturday evening In a visit with her parents, Sir. anel Sirs. Edwin Gallup. Sllss Bessie Hayford of Johnson passed Sunday with her sister and husband, Sir. and Sirs. Clarence Stowell. Sllss Glendara Ingalls of Swanton was a guest over Sun day of Sllss Alberta Boardman. Sir. and Sirs. Nelson Irish, who were called here by the death of his mother, Sirs. Ann Irish, left Slonday for their home In Wag ner, Okla, Sllss Sllnnle Bliss was given a surprlso Saturday evening, a party having been arranged by her mother, Sirs. L. E. Bliss, nnd school teacher, Sllss Viola Kneeland, In honor of her 11th birthday. About 23 were present. Games, guessing contests, with prizes and music helped pass the evening pleasantly. Sllss Slinnie was the recipient of many gifts. Refresh ments were served. Hiram Dodgo has ac cepted a position In the Iiwrence Univer sity, Canton. N V., as professor of animal husbandry and expects to leave for Can ton Friday, Sirs. SI. O. Denlo, who hns passed several days with Sir. and Sirs Herbert Woodbury, returned to Crafts bury Slonday. Miss Ida Byne went to Qulncy, Slnss., Slonday, whero she will visit her aunt, Sirs. Frank Byne. Sir. nnd Sirs. H. R. Slontaguo of Handley, Texas, nre guests of tho latter's sister and hus band. Sir. and Mrs. O. L. Woods. Silsses Anne nnd Sllldred Jackson went to Woodsvllle, N. H., Slonday visiting rela tives, and to their home In Wan-rvllle, Conn., Tuesday. Sir. and Sirs. George Sic Leod of Slontrcal nio guests of their daughter nnd husband, the Rev. and Sirs. W. E. Baker. SIlis Prlscllla Briggs of Brookllne, Slass., Is n guest of Sirs. Hazel Flsk. Sllss Elizabeth Durfee, who has visited her sister and husband, Professor and Sirs, C D. Howe, returned to Pnssate, N. J., Slonday. George O. Prentiss anil family of six of New Hnven, Conn., are guests nt the Randall, having mndo the trip here by auto. Sir. Prentiss nnd family nro friends of Sir. and Sirs. F. IC. Illckok also nt the Randall. Sirs. Jesse Wnlte was given a pleasant' hiirprlse several days ago when sho was presented by her father, W. W. Peck, with the keys to tho Prof, W. A. Beebo residence on Park street, Informing her thnt they wero keys to her home. At the samo tlmo Sir. reck made finishing pnyrnents on the Georgo A. Cheney resi dence on Harrison avenue, recently pur chased by his son, Fred C. reck, present ing tho same to htm. Sirs. Phillip Lara way nnd Sirs. Edna White of Fall River, Slass., enmo Slnndny evening and nre guests of Sir. and Sirs. Innder Lara way. Nobln Kills of New Haven, Conn., nnd Sir. and Sirs. Benjamin Wilder of South Frnnklln enme by automobile Slon day, passing the day with their uncle, T. B. Bills. -Sirs. O. W. Butler of Wash Ington, D. C , who Is visiting Sirs. Slary Thomas, went Slonday evening to Greens boro for a short stay. Sirs. Wesley Cole of Greensboro came Tuesday to visit Sir. and Sirs, W E, Bohnnnon George Rob son, who purchased a farm on West Hill nboul a enr ago, left Tuesday for Prince ltuiHirt. li. C lo resume hts former oc. cupntlon, Hint of n locomotive engineer. E. E, Harris left Tuesday for Water loo, P. t., to look nfter his pressed hay business. Sllss Witinlfred Towtio went u Yoik Harbor, Sic., Tuesday to visit for a time her -cousins, Sir. and Sirs. John Norwood.-SIIss Barbara Small went to Itlehford Tuesday to pass some time with her uncle nnd aunt, Sir nnd Sirs. War ten Woodworth. Gordon Bowen. at n hearing Slonday, pleaded guilty to Intox ication Friday night nt a dance at Cady'n Falls, and was flui d and costs nmount ing lo ll II. -Sllss Belle Fnlrt.a'ki of Greensboro was a guest Friday of Mr. nnd Sirs. Freeland Tlllotsem nnd was n -compnnled honje by Sirs. Tlllotson, who returned here Monday evening. Dr. George A. Towkshury, his mother, Sirs. T. W. Bruce, H, D. Stevtt s nnd John Burnell of Littleton, N. It , wero guests at tho Rnndnll .Monday night, having come heio by automobile. Dr Tewksbury and mother were former residents nt SlonlsMlle. Sllss Ida Harris of Water- bury is a guest of Sir. nnd Sirs. W S. D Miifels. Sir. nnd Sirs. H A. Smallev. SI nnd Sirs. J. Frank Thomas ind Sfr E tlzabeth Thomas expect to leave Tburs- oiy i or .iiiiKiieiieiu, i (inn., win-re Hiey will visit Sir. and Sirs. Eilg"r Watroi.i and other lelntlve-s. The trip will be mndo by automobile and visits will be rendu with relatives while en route both way. Charles Wright Boardman, who bnt been In falling henlth for some time, di. il Slnndny evening at tho homo of i,U daughter. Sirs. Charles W, Slirshill - Sirs. SI. B. Whlto went to Gre ns'ooro Tuesday to pass a few days with Sir. White's parents. Sir. nnd Sirs. B. P. White. Sirs. Arthur Spilnger and chil dren went to Woodsvllle, N. H Tuesday for n, short stay. Frank K. HIckok, who with Sirs. HIckok hns passed four weeku nt tho Randall, returned Tuesday to New Haven, Conn. Sirs. HIckok will remain for a longer time. sir. and Sirs. W. E. Speakman nnd four children of Philadel phia, Pa., arrived here Tuesday to visit: her sister nnd husband, Sir. and Sirs. E. E. Hndley. The nnnual freo concert at the Congregational Church will occur Tuesday evening. August 13. It Is expected that water will bo lot Into tho new reservoir Saturday and when full there will bo a solid body of Water loo feet long, 40 feet wldo and 12 fees deep. James R. Joslvn of Peoria. TIL. and mother, Sirs. Wither Joslyn, of Walts- field camo Tuesday for a few days' stay with Sir. and Sirs. E. S. Robinson. Sllss Susan Delano went to Cambridge. Tiiea. day evening and will be a guest for a time of Sllss Dorothy Sludgett. A trip will bo made on to Slount Mansfield during; her visit. Sirs. Walter Wllley of Cam bridge, who has visited Sir. and Sirs. N. B. Blnlr for a few days, went Wed nesday to Eden for a short stnv. TTor- daughter, Sllss Julia Briggs, will remain hero for a few days. Silsses Anna and Alice Slower went to Burlington tVeiW. day and will pass a week or more wlh their brother, Judge E. C Slower, at his cottage on Starr Farm Beach. Sirs. W. I. LeBnron and daughter, Helen, went to Burlington Wednesday for a visit wlh friends. They will visit In Wnterbury and other points beforo returning home. Sirs. Frank Brown of Hyde Park was a guest Wednesday of Sirs. P. O. Lunt -Sllss Ellzabejth Stone returned Wednesday from Northfleld, where she has passed some time. Harrison Slessure of East Barnet Is visiting his sister, Sirs. J SI. Foss. Grafton Herrlck. who hns vlxltoil his parents, Sir. and Mrs. C II Herrlck, for the past week, returned V..,nesilav night to Auburndale, Slass HYDE PARK. At the democratic Lamoille nur'v convention here Satin iln the foil w- Ing ticket was nominated t Levi Smllle of Cambridge. .,si . t- Judges, George SIcAUlster "f SI w Homer Peck of Johnson. Slates ,M torney, T. P. Collins of Eden .Iu-Irc , f probate, E. C. Wlilte of Hv.le Park sheriff, Georgo E. Town ft Morns vlllo; hlch bailiff, Eugene Wells . f Watervllle. Tho Judge of pr .' i - nr 1 sheriff are the republlrati i .irees and the democrats, as thev i two years ago, endorse them. Dr. Barrows of Stowe was the presiding officer and James Kelley of Slorrlsvllle the secre tary. There was an attendance of about SO. Remarks were made bv Mr. Taylor of Philadelphia and several others. Tho Rev. C. S. Hagar of Al bany, N. Y who is in this place on a vacation, preached at St. Johnsbury Sunday. H. R. Slontatruo of Texas spont Sunday here. A "Camp Fire enris eiiii), wnn .hiss i-.muy nuioura as matron, has been organized here with 15 members. The Boy Scouts wero in camp from Saturday until Slonday. Joseph Ladeau of Slassa chusetts Is visiting his brother. Clem ent r . smith of Slorrlsvllle and W. O. Jones of Johnson were In this place Slonday. WOLCOTT. Sirs. C. S. II. Cleveland Is visiting her mother In Dorchester, Slass. Sirs. W. Hastings Is visiting her brother in High gate. Sir. and Sirs. George Silver of Pltts tleld, Slass visited at W. E. Barter's re cently. -Sirs. Cederlo Humphrey Is visit ing friends In Burlington. Sllss Vincent of Bakerslleld is visiting hor sister. Sirs. C. I Brown. Sirs. Alton Parker is visit ing in Watervllle. Sirs. Tatro and son of Vergennes is visiting her daughter, Sirs. J. W. Porter. Tho Wllley Brothers are to enlarge their stock yard and put a larger barn at the station for housing stock. Water will bo put into tho stock yard and a new set of scales has arrived for the weighing. A survey had been made re cently by the Electric LIrIu company for building a now dnm and bullibrg a larger penstock. The poleeand material have ar rived for lighting tho village, which the contracts calls for completion by October 1, nnd ns much sooner as possible. Wal lace SIcKlnstry, who has been ill for some weeks, Is very low STOWE. The funeral of Sirs. Julia A. Cnmley was held Slonday afternoon at her honiii In Sterling, conducted by tho Rev W, N. Roberts. Sirs, Cnmley wns M years of ago nnd died from cancer. She was the widow of John Cnml.y nnd the mother of Sirs. Will Camley, with whom she lived. Tho burin was In the West Brnnch ceme tery. Sllss Ruth SleSIahon returned Sn' unlny from a thrco months' visit In SIP nenpolls, stopping In Slllwaukee, Chicago, Grand Rapids, Detroit nnd Buffalo on her wny home. Services will bo res-imed at Unity Church Sunday morning after i month's vacation, The pastor, the Rev. F T. Crane, will return from Slain Thursday, Sir. Mid Sirs. A. A- Austin nnd Sir. nnd Sirs. Slelvln Hopkins of St, Albnns passed Saturday nnd Sunday with Dr. and Sirs. H. W. Bnnows, coming by automobile. Sir. and Sirs. Asa Blodgett have returned to Smith Framlngham, Slass., after visiting their cousin, Sllss Jessie Wade Sllss Harriet Adams ro turned to North Tiny Slonday nfter a. week's visit with her parents, Sir and Sirs. J. I-:. Adams. A parry of eight from St. Albans visited Sit. Sl.insfleld Sunday and Sloiufay. Dr. Hubbard and his sis. ter of Worcester, Slnss., nre visitors nt the home of Sirs. C. F. St. Taber. Sir. and Slis. Sailer of Philadelphia are vis Itors at the Gieen Slountnln Inn. Sllss Coutluued on pace 13.)