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trnts. Preparations arc progressing for
tho rnlslns of a Wilson nnd Marshall fins
. it 'i cMinsn'n
cross thn street near ii
tnnrkct.-MUs Jennie Mnrtln Is recover-
Ins from blood poisoning In ncr e.u.mu. ,
-George W. Foster dug Potllto ,,r0.m
his garden Wednesday measuring I by
IJ Indies nnd weighing SO ounces-Mrs.
lithelyn Alger Is nt I.. C. Rice s while
Miss Kntherlne Cook Is In Underbill re
toverlng fiom her recent lllncss.-Mrs.
Jnnies McLnne has been visiting her
tlnughter, Mis. any Hatiley nt Jericho
Contor.-Clinrlcs Packard, Lester nnd
Miss Sndlo Packard visited Mrs. Packard
t tho Fanny Allen hospital, Wednes
Tho remains of Miss Adelo thibuc,
whose death Is noted dscwhere In
the Frco Press, were brought from Bur
lington Friday and taken to tho home of
her father, J. D. Dubuc, where they lay
on an ashes of roses couch casket; sur
round d by masses of beautiful flowers,
until taken to St. Catherine's Church
Monday morning, when the funeral serv
ices were held. Pontifical high mass
was held with the Rev. Fr. Camptau,
celebrant, the Itov. J. A. Lacouture,
deacon, and the Rev. Father Beauch
ener, sub-doncon. Tho choir was assist
ed by Dr. and Mrs. Coutu of St. Joseph's
Church, Mrs. Kdward Boaupre, Arthur
Rousseau, Mrs. Jules Hlmcys and Joseph
Fremnux. Tho bearers were Francis
Scannell, Arthur E. Casey, and four
brothers of the deceased, John, Frank,
Jerome and Ralph. Tho Interior of tho
grave was lined with cedar strewn with
white roaes. the work being under tho
direction of F, W. lilssonctte. The floral
tributes, numbering about 150, consisted
of cut flowers and many set pieces,
among tho latter being a cross standing
four feet from its pedestal, composed of
red and white roses, candy tuft and
chrsanthemums, given by the yard em
ployes of tho Shepherd & Morse com
pany, In whose office Miss Dubuc had
been for the past three years, also cue
flowers from Dr. and Mrs. W. S. Webb.
Among those from out of town to at
tend the funeral were Isaac Dubuc nnd
family, Alphonse Dubuc and family,
Rose Gucrtln of Wlnooskl, Hormldus
Dubuc of Montreal, John Dubuc, Jr., of
Jndlanapolls, Ind., Mr. and Mrs. Peter
Matte of Whitehall, N. Y Mr. and Mrs.
John Candon of Tlttsford, Mrs. Plna
and daughter of Montpcller, Kdward
Yugge of New York, Mrs. C. Gongo of
larre, besides many from Burlington
and surrounding towns. Mrs. Sophia
Jlarmon returned from Woodstock Fri
day, where she went to attend the Stato
meeting of the Woman's Auxiliary.
Dr. and Mrs. F. It. Stoddard attended
the State medical convention In Mont
peller Thursday and Friday, returning
home Friday evening. Mis. William
Sheehan nnd daugh-r started for their
home In Virginia Monday after spending
the summer with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Antolne Pcrla. Mrs. Sheehan will
be remembered as Miss Emma Perla.
Miss Alfredda Stoddard returned to
Montpeller Monday after spending Sun
day with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. Stod
dard. William Harmon of Montpeller
s,pcnt Saturday and Sunday with his
mother, Mrs. Sophia Harmon, returning
1o his home Sunday evening. Mrs. Prln
dle and daughter, Stella, of Charlotte
have rented rooms of Mrs. Carrie White,
which they will occupy for tho winter.
Mr. and Mrs. I,. J. Chauvln entertained
relatives from Barre and Burlington
over Sunday. Miss Helen Sanders,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy L. San
ders, had tho misfortune to break her
right wrist Sunday afternoon by being
tipped over whllo out driving her pony.
The pony became frightened at .an auto
mobile and tipped the carriage Into thi
ditch. Adelaide Wlnull, who was with
her, was uninjured. Representative W.
F. Palmer spent Saturday and Sunday
with his family, returning to Montpeller
Monday. Irene Potvln, who is attending
school in Montreal, came homo Satur
day to attend tho funeral of her cousin,
Adele Dubuc.
Tho dinner given Wednesday by Dr.
Webb and sons to farmers of Shclburno
and Charlotte was attended by 170. The
dinner, which was served In the carriage
room at tho breeding barn, consisted of
creamed oysters, mutton-pie and potatoes,
chicken salad and rolls, Ice cream and
cake and cigars. After the dinner there
was a horse show of brood mares and
work horses. Prizes were awarded us
follows: Best brood mare, blanket to M.
Mack; second brood marc, D. V. Good
sell, box cigars; best work horse, M.
Mack, blanket; second work horse, M.
Gennett, box cigars. The Ladles' Im
provement and King's Daughters' socle
ties will hold a sale of aprons and fancy
articles, together with a rummago sale,
at tho town hall Wednesday afternoon
and evening. October 23. Refreshments
will be served. All persons having work
to finish for tho sale are requested to
leave all fancy goods with Mrs. Mary
White as soon as possible and tho aprons
with Mrs. George Roberts. The rummago
articles can be taken to the town hall
Wednesday morning, where a committee
will take charge. The prayer meeting
Thursday will be held at seven o'clock
Instead of 7:30, in the Methodist Church
parlors. The Rev. W. B. Goodman, pas
tor of tho Methodist Church, and H. W
Tracy went to New York on tho excur
sion Wednesday. Thursday tho Hliel
buine farm hunt will start from Clarence
Morgan's on Shelburne point at eleven
The Rev, Thomas Davison of the Bap
tlst Church exchanged pulpits Sun
day with tho Rev. N. C. Cufehlng, pastor
of tho Baptist Church ot nincsuurg,
Sunday will he rally day at tho Baptist
C'hurch.-Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Oovo
havu closed their cottage at Thompson's
riolnt for the winter and leturnwl home,
Mtfr wtnHold Tower, who has been
mending several weeks with his grand
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Scott, has
miiiH in IiIm hume In Shelburne. Frank
Roscoo has returned from New Haven
whoro ho went to attend tho funeral of
his mother. Mrs. Erustus Roscoc. Mrs
Mies Tetlyen, who has been III for
week, Is somewhat butter. W. C. Scott
Is putting In u new concrete dam at his
Faw mill. Miss Freda Teelyea has re
turned from St. George, where she ha
been vIsltlng.-Dr. F, A. Rich and family
nf nurllnirton were guests of Dr. and
Mrs. Varney, Sunday. Mall clerk, Wll
Hum E. Godchild of Rutland with Mrs,
Goddard and son, Howard, are guests
of their cousin, Mrs. Brayton Clark, for
a week. Whllo out hunting Saturday
Mr. Goddard brought down four squirrels
at one faliot.
The formal ononlng of the men's read
Ing room In tho Baptist Church will tak
place on tho evening of October ffi- Tho
Rev. Sllus Perry of Fnlr Haven and tho
Rev Mr, Braker of Burllnifton will bo
present. A chicken pie supper will bo
nerved. -Mrs. K. Oalo has gone to Mor
rlsvllle to visit her daughter.-Ernest
Phelps had his arm caught In the gear
of an ensilage cutter Thursday and had
his forearm badly cut. Mrs. Loula
Macomber has genu to Rutland to visit
her brother, George Cobb, L. C. Hall
and John Allen have been appointed
delegates to the State Sunday school con
vention, to be held In Burlington,
Tho Daisy Chain will meat with Miss
Doris Bates Saturday afUcrnoon.-iAt the
Ilobart Norton Is at home from
school nt Burlington on account of 111
nesR. Clayton Sweet fractured his arm
Tuesday while working on a threshing
his Albans are visitors at Mrs. llall's.-Mr.
nnd Mrs. O, w. atrooicr, air. anu .irs.
honey supper nt the Congregational i machine. Clarence Blodgett Is visiting
Church Friday evening, supper will bo . his parents In Canada. Mr, and Mrs.
served rrom six to 8:30, after which a
musical and literary program will bo
glvcn.-At the meeting of the Fortnightly
club at Mrs. Kidder's, tho Rev. Mr. Red
stone spoke In a most Interesting manner
of tho work of William Booth and tho
Salvation Army. Miss Pamella Smith of
Colchester, assisted by Mr. Swott, gave
a pleasing recital at tho homo of Mrs.
John E. Allen, Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Jordan and Miss
Constance Jordan have returned from
10 days' stay In New York. Mrs. Nowell
Story has received news of the death of
her sister, Mrs. Jay Nichols, of Essex,
Sunday. Mrs. Story Is in Esses. Russell
and Lucllo Nay who have been with
their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Burke
G. Brown for a week, have returned to
Underhllll. Ralph Corliss, who teaches
In Essex, was In the vlllago over Sun
day. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Savoy have
nrrlved from Boston and taken posses
sion of tho farm they recently purchased
of Kcll Myers. Mrs. Sterns nnd Mrs.
Strowbrldgc of Boston are at the Barber
farm for several weeks. Mr and Mrs. B.
S. Booth and family from the Corners
spent Sunday nt Frank Perrlgo's. Miss
Elizabeth Henley of Richmond has been
visiting her sister, Miss Kntherlne Hen
Icy. In tho nbsence of the pastor Sun
day Mrs. G. C. Blcknell read a sermon In
the morning. Tho evening service was
omitted. In the evening the Supcrln
tendent of the Sunday school, E. B.
Jordan met the teachers and officers of
tho school nt his home when Sunday
school problems were dlscuussed. Mrs.
Kate B. Isham and son. Dana, will re
turn tho last of the week from Boston.
!Mr. and Mrs. John Fltzslmonds, and
family were called to Underhlll Center
Saturday to attend tho funeral of Mr.
FItzslmonds's father. Andrew C. John
son Is seriously 111 with measles. Supt.
L. E. Prior of Richmond spent Monday
In the village. Miss Edith Derby was the
guest over Sunday of Miss Safford at the
Corners. The high school toam played
ball at Essex Center Saturday and were
beaten by a score of 15 to 4. The high
school Is selecting a play to be given the
evening of December 13. Miss Doris
Brown was home over Sunday from
Underhlll, whero she teaches. Repre
sentative F. S. Ransom was at home
over Sunday from Montpeller. Mrs.
Frederic Wentworth of Patterson, N. J.,
has been visiting her niece, Mrs. Chnun
cy C. Blcknell. Every fourth Friday Is
to be parents' day throughout the
Bchools of the town.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Nowell Story attended
the funeral of her sister, Mrs. Jay
Nichols, In Essex, Wednesday. In the
ball game Wednesday between the high
school team and the men of tlie village
the latter won by a score of 7 to 4.
In the ball game Saturday at Essex
Center between tho high school team and
that villager! Essex won, 5 to 4. So far
31 licenses havo been granted to local
sporlnmen. Mrs. Harriet H. Higglns has
returned from Connecticut, whero she
spent several months. Mr. nnd Mrs.
James Carpenter have moved to Hunt
ington. Tho King's Daughters of Rich
mond were entertained by Mrs. Edgar
Barber, Wednesday. Miss Mary Scrlb
ner and three college friends from Chi
cago are at the Sciibncr cottage tor a
few weeks. Mrs. Margaret Scrlbner
Grant of Chicago Is the guest of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Scrlbner
at their cottage at the Barber farm.
Mr. McKeefe, the meat man from River
side, while returning home after dark
on the road from Jericho Center to Un
derbill, narrowly escaped serious
injury and perhaps death. The road had
Just been repaired and In the darkness
it is thought he reined the horse slightly
from the road and drove off the sluice
near Henry Brown's. Tho meat cart
tipped over and when Mr. McKeefe re
covered from the shock ho found himself
under tho horse, both legs caught and
held by the wagon. Fearing the horse
would become excited and move he drew
his legs from the wreck with much dif
ficulty, tearing tho skin from knee to
nkle. He was then able to call help,
It was found with the exception of 10
dozen broken eggs and some loss to
groceries there was no damage to tho
Mr and Mrs. Carlos Ebcrt and four
children from Chile, South America,
ind Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Tllley and two
sons ot Worcester, .iass were in town
Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Alson Rollins and
Mrs. Jennie Hayes and daughter, Nellie,
attended the funeral of Mrs. Mary Wet-
more In Burlington Sunday. Mr. and
Mrs. H. F. Tllley were at George C.
Drinkwatcr's In Underhlll Saturday and
Sunday.-W. E. Ellison and daughter,
Miss Esther, and John Mason of Starks
toro were at Mrs. J. D. Hill's Monday,
1-cnand Kcnyon of Hlncsburg visited at
V. It. Sargent's, thn first ot tho week.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilder of Jericho nnd
Mrs. John Nutter of West Brookfleld,
Mass., have visited their brother, William
Leavett, flie past woek. Mr. Leavctt had
not met Mrs. Nutter for 27 years. Leon
Dwyer of Bristol In visiting his brother,
Henry Dwyer, Levi Taft Is at Mont
peller. lira, Casandrla Kills and Miss
Kate Bills went to Medford. Mass., Fri
day, where they expect to spend tho win
A pleasant occasion Thursday was the
22nd anniversary of the organization of
the Lend-A-Hand Circle of the King's
Daughters. During the 22 years there has
been a membership of 7f. About 30 ot
that number were present, beside sev
eral visitors. The hnll was decorated In
purple nnd white, the King's Daughter's
colors. Former members from Hunting
ton nnd Middlesex were present. Thomas
Olmstcad, Willie McGarghan and Ken
neth Andrews have tho measles. Mrs,
Cynthia Hapgood, who has been HI, Is
recovering, Her sister, Mrs. Ellery Fay,
who was called here, has returned to
her home In Essex Junction. Mrs. A. E.
Crandall Is 111. O. W. Palmer was In
Castleton over Bunday. Mrs. Marcla
Sabtns, who has been visiting In Under
hlll and Burlington, has returned.-G. II.
Fay of Wcstford, a former resident, Is
In town. Mrs. Clint Spauldlng and
Fred Strecter nnd .Mrs. ii. uucon wero
In Burlington Tuesday,
At n meeting Thursday of tho First
Congregational society, It was voted to
extend a call to the Rov. S. W. An
thony of Cownnsvllle, P. Q., to become
pastor of tho church, which has been
without a pastor since July 1, when the
Rev. W. P. Jackson resigned to become
superintendent ot tho Stranahan Memo
rial club for boys. Mr. Anthony expects
to bo able' to assume his duties by De
cember 1.
J, B, Safford, who has been employed
by the Wlllard Manufacturing company
for 13 years, has resigned to take the poiil
tlon of treasurer of tho St. Albans Plumb
ing & Heating company.
Ovlta Lamothe, son of Mr. nnd Mrs,
Adnlph Lnmotho of Ht. Albans Bay,
dlod Thursday night nftor an Illness
of about two weeks with acute
Brlght's disease. Mr. Lamothe was 22
yoars old and was born In Plko River,
P. Q. Ho Is survived by his parents,
seven sisters nnd two brothers. The
funeral was held at tho Church of
Our Lady of the Lake at tho bny
Monday morning nt six o'clock and the
body was taken to Pike River for
Joseph William Strong, aged 20 years,
who waB scalded by steam when tho
arch tube of the boiler to his engine
burst In tho Central Vermont Rallwny
friend of Randolph havo been spending j company's yard Friday morning, died
The Rev. F. M. Sawyer of Hlncsburg
will preach at the St. Gcorgo school
house Friday evening. Mrs. Hattle Bar-
ton and two children nro visiting her
brother, Obcd Clough. Town Represen
tative W. D. Qrey spent Sunday In town
with his family. Carl Ayer spent Satur
day In Buiilngton. Bonnie Combs is
moving on the farm recently vacatea Dy
Charles Morgan.
Funeral services wre held Wednesday
morning for T. S. Whipple at his lata
home, the Rev. A. H. Sturgess official
In--'. The Grand Army also held their
service ot the houso and the Masonic
Lodge of Cambridge, of which ho was a
member, held their service at the grave
Tho bearers wero the grandsons; Frank
nnd Aithur Knight of West Chester,
Fred Knight and Harry Bliss of Bellows
Fallf Durlnc tho fall and winter, a
series of four entertainments will be
pnscntcd In the G. A. It hall In the
Interest of the Underhlll high school.
Tliese entertainments are sent out by the
Eniplro Lyceum burenu of Syracuse, N.
Y.-MIss I Mitel Knight, who Is teaching
a few days at Frank Townes's. Mr. and
Mrs. D. O. Alger spent Sunday at L. A.
Alger's. The funeral of Will Strong,
oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Strong,
was largely attended from the Church
of the Holy Rosary In Richmond Mon
day morning. Many wero present from
St. Albans. Mr. Strong was burned
while firing his englno nnd died a few
hours later at the hospital In St. Al
bans. Ho had been In tho employ of tho
Central Vermont railroad threo years.
Mrs. Mary Ross Wctmore, whose
remains were brought here Sunday
from Burlington, was a former resident
here and a member of tho local order of
King's Daughters. B. F. O'Brien has
sold his fnrm to Ernest Bates. Mrs.
JeBSe Young of Duxbury Is visiting rela
tives here. James Carpenter nnd wife of
Jericho are moving Into the Saylcs tene
ment. Mrs. John Cnrpenter has been 111
with erysipelas the past few days.
The Ladles' Aid will give a chicken pie
upper at tne vestry Friday evening.
Some of the friends of Harold Smith
gave him a surprise party Friday night
In honor of his birthday. Frank Root Is
at home from Goddard Seminary on ac
count of the small pox scare. The Rev. i
and Mrs. Hervey Gullck have gone to
New York city to visit their son, Paul
Gullck. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Adams of
Plttsford spent Monday In town. Mr.
nnd Mrs. John Tohey and family have
leturncd from their trip to Thetford.
George Madison was Injured last week by
falling from a tree while picking apples.
Mr. and Mrs. Smith nnd children re
turned to Addison Sunday after spending
few days with Mrs. Smith's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Bushnell. Carl Davles had
his collar bone broken Sunday morning
while caring for some young cattle. Ho
had hold of a rope to which one of the
cattle was fastened and was thrown to
tho ground. The regular meeting of Urn
King's Daughters will be with Mrs. John
Lessor Friday nfternon. Mrs. Kota
Isham of Burlington was a guest of
Mls-s Sadie Weed over Sunday.
The death of Mrs. Harrison W, Pierce
occurred October 10 after a long Illness.
The funeral will bo held at her late
home October 17 at two o'clock. She
leaves besides her husband two sons,
Ralph and Clark, also a sister, who re
sides at Dwlght, 111. The fourth annual
convocation of district No. 9, O. E. S.,
will be held with La Plotte Chapter, No.
84, Tuesday, October 22. All members In
good standing are Invited to attend. Mr.
and Mrs. Guy Tobey havo returned after
an automobile trip to Lyme, N. H., In
company with their son, G. H. Tobey, and
family of Charlotte.-MIss Ethel Skiff
will go to Holyoke, Mass., Friday to visit
Edward Bombard attended an Odd Fel
lows meeting at Enosburg Sunday. Mrs.
Ray Brlgham of Essex visited her moth
er, Mrs. Ida Everest, a few days the
first of the week. Miss Hazel Everest is
In Essex for a few days Chesley Smith
has been HI with poisoning from poison
Ivy. Carpenters are at work altering nnd
repairing tho house occupied by A. Mc-
early Saturduy morning nt tho hospi
tal. Mr. Strong was a fireman and
his home was formerly In Richmond
whoro his body was taken Saturday
morning and where the funeral was
held Monday. Ho Is survived by his
parents, six slsterr, Barbara of Bur
lington, Sister Teresa of the Fanny
Allen hospital, Mrs. W. A. Wynn of
this city and Irene, Teresa and Mad
eline of Richmond, and three brothers,
Henry Strong of Chicago and James
and Wnlter of Richmond.
Mr. and Mrs. William C. MacCollum,
who wero married In Pcpperell, Mass., n
week ago, have arrived hero and will
make their home with Mr. MacCollum's
mother, Mrs. W. D. MacCollum.
Mrs. Archibald C. McKlllop nnd little
son, who have been spending tho summer
with Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Holmes, left
Monday for Globe, Ariz., accompanied
by Mrs. .lolmes, who will spend the win
ter there. Mr. Holmes will live at the
home ot the Rev. and Mis. P. E. Mc
Klllop. Stebbln T. Keenan and Miss Ellen
Gannon were married at Ht. Mary's
Church Tuesday morning at H: 15
o'clock, the Rev. 11. J. O'Sulllvan per
forming the ceremony. Hubert Stack
and Frank McGettrlck acted as ush
ers. Mr. and Mrs. Keenan have gone
to Washington, D. C, on their wed
ding trip and on their return will llvo
In St. Albans town.
In Franklin county court yesterday
several divorce cases wero taken up.
Perry G. Cook hns been grnnted a dlvorco
from Sarah A. Cook for alleged desertion.
Other cases taken up wero Nelllo Cross
vs. Edward Cross and Odcan Jean vs.
Emma Bergcr Jean. There being no cases
ready for a Jury trial, the Jury has been
given a recess until next Monday after
noon at two o'clock.
The marriage of Miss Marlon L. Collins,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. 1). Collins,
nnd Francis Ashbury Bngnnll of Adams.
Mass., will take place at the bride's home
on High street Wednesday evening.
October 30, at eight o clock.
Tho following officers have been elected
by St, Albans Council, No. 207, Knights,
of Columbus: Grand knight, George AV
Gettrlck; deputy grand knight, J. G.
Finn; chancellor, S. M. Dtlsroll; advocate,
M. F. Sullivan; financial secretary. D. T.
Sheehan; treasurer, J. F. O'Neill; record
ing secretary, T. E. Ward; trustee, Percy
Phillips; guards, Thomas Collins and
Michael E. Barnes.
Mrs. Warren Perley goes to Orleans
this week to visit her daughter, Mrs. I
Burke, Miss Blanche Hodges of New
York city Is visiting her sisters, Mrs.
Button and Mrs. Martin In Berkshire.
G. S. Fossett Is passing some time at
his farm. The Rev. E. Kent Is In town
visiting before going to Sterling, Mass.,
whoro ho will havu tho same pastorate
that he filled when ho entered the min
istry. Mrs. Kent Is visiting her lelatlves
In New Hampshire. Mrs. James Kidder,
who Is critically 111 with pneumonia, Is
a little better and her lungs are clearing.
The doctor holds out no hopo of her
recovery however, as her paralysis was
severe, The Ladles of the Congrega
tional Church will servo a dinner at thn
church vestry, Friday. The Rev. Evarts
Kent will bo present and this dinner Is
to enable him to meet all his old friends
once more. Leonard Reed has purchased
the dwelling houso owned by Mr. Brad
ley and now occupied by Charles Lnnchot
at East Enosburg.
Wells River whh In town over Sunday.
Mr. anil Mrs, E. H. Wright were In Rich
ford Wednesday and Dr, O, H. Clark was
In Enosbiiig Falls Wednesday. Mrs. ('.
W. Coy of Wells River Is In town visit
ing nt C. T. Hall's.
Water was let Into the new wing dam
on tho west side of the river Thursday
Tho new structure Is of cement and hns
been In course of construction for sev
eral weeks by tho Barney Marble com
pany, the work being In charge of Su
perintendent Kidder, U Is 1GS feot long
and eight feet high and runs from tho
main dam under tho highway bridge
to tho Rich shops, acquired some time
ago by tho Barney Marble company.
The base of the wall Is nine feet and
the top two feot, tho angle being on
the outside. Tho old dam of crib fashion
was curried away by tho high water
and Ice lost winter. This wing dam
on the west sldo of tho river was oris
Innlly built, It Is believed, by Ira Allen,
who owned Sw.inton Falls, at the tlnii!
ho began constructing tho dam across
the river In 17S0 nnd It Is supposed tho
dam was part of his scheme of water
power development. It has been rebuilt
several times, the Inst llmo about
years ago by A. J. Barney. By means
of this ilnm, In addition to supplying
power to what was the Rich mills,
George Webster & Sons operate a saw
and dressing mill on Forge brook. It
Is understood the Barney Marble com
pany contemplate erecting a marblo
mill, whero the Rich mills stand, nnd
this cenien't structure Just completed Is
the beginning to extenslvo Improvements.
The chasing of deer Inst Saturday and
Sunday by dogs owned by Albert Brooks
cost the owner In fine nnd costs Jit.
This Is the case that County Warden
Croft of Enosburg Falls handled with
the aid of the local warden, Icon Cray,
Mrs. Kate McNnlly, Central Vermont
telegraph operator at this placo, went
to New York Saturday night for e. va
cation. Quite a number ot motor boats
are for sale. Ith but few exceptions
Interest In motor boating In Swanton
seems to be waning.
Our New Special Order Department,
Third Floor. Have Your New Fall
And Winter Cloths Made To Order, And
Get Them Where You Can Be
Sure Of Satisfaction
That feeling of being dressed a little bet
ter than the average, of wearing cloths that
are personally adapted antt exolualvsly yours
can alone be had in strictly
Some of the young
ford are planning a
quer.idc ball for tho
bur 31 with music by
women of Rich
Hallowe'en mas
evening of Octo
Kimball's ore.hcs-
that are made strictly according to the way
you want them and fitted to your own INDI
tinctiveness a final personal touch about the
made-to-order suit or garment that gives you
that individuality and refinement all good
dressers now so much desire but
Measure-Taking Is A Science
and unless exceptionally
often results in misfits,
carefully handled
Let us take your
Helen Thacher, whoso death oc
Thursday, was the daughter of
A, and Cornelia (Patterson)
Thacher, and was born In Wllllston March
23, 1SID. Janunry 1, 1871, she was mar
rled to David Isham Talcott and went to
the old Tnlcott homestead on Oak hill,
where they nave lived ever since. To
them eight children were born, four of
whom, Mrs. 11. H. Crawford of West-
port Point, Mass., Mrs. F. G. Webster
of Burlington, and the Misses Alice and
Kato Tnlcott of Wllllston survive her,
together with her husband nnd live
grandchildren. Mrs. Talcott was a mem
ber of the Unlvcrsallst Church of Willis-
Mrs. Nlcnois is visiting nt the home
of Mrs. Jennie Fay. Several from here
attended the funeral ot Mrs. Horace
Wood at Georgia Plain Saturday. Dr.
Blake of St. Albans was in this place
October 12.
Mr. and Mrs. George Lombard visited
Mrs. Melvlna Luman Sunday. Miss
Winnie Shenn and Miss Lillian Bean
in Mlnevllle, N. Y visited at the homo were nt tnclr nomcH Sunday.-Harry
of her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. D. W,
Knight, last wo5k,
Tho funeral of Jumcu Fltzslmonds was
largely attended from Sf. Thomas's
Church Saturday morning. Burial was In
the Catholic cemetery. Senator 13. W.
Henry returned to Montpeller Tuesday.
The funeral of John Qulllanan of
Jericho was held at St. Thomas's Church
Sunday morning. Thomus F. and Ed
ward C. Green have bought the place
now occupied by o. H. Howe.w, T,
Eddy has commenced the erection of a
new farm barn to replace the ones de
stroyed by lightning last summer. o. .
Howe expects to move to Essex Junction.
A son was born a few days ago to
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Bartlott.
Mrs. Diana Knowles of New Haven Is
with Mrs. fi. J. Randall for an Indefinite
stay.-Harold Walton Is suffering from
blood poisoning in a cut In his foot. .
Richards and Vernon Bullock spent Sun.
day at Chnmplatn.
Albert Mlnckler Is seriously 111 from
hemorrhages of the lungs. A trained
nurse Is In attendance. Mrs. Anna
Mlnckler and Rome Mlnckler ot Grand
Isle were called hero by tho Illness of
their brother, A. Mlnckler. Mlas Bernlce
Hall of Cambridge Is at home for a few
days, Tho Rev. P. C. Abbey of Essex
preached at the Baptist Church Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fltzslmonds of
North Ferrlaburg were guests at E. B,
York's Sunday, Roble Gregory has re
turned from a visit In Randolph. Mr.
and Mrs. Flint of Jonesvtlle were In town
Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Waterman
have gone to their home In Union Village
for a week. N. B Hall has returned
from Long Lake, N. Y whero he has
been the past two months doing carpen
ter work. A, Lancor attended the funeral
cf Joseph Strong In Richmond Monday.
Mrs. Hattle White and daughter of St.
Mrs. Curtis, a deaconess In charge of
the Bnrro Mission, spolto at the Meth
odist Church Sunday morning. Luther
Green and daughter, Mrs. Ella Cussons
of Knowlton, Que., visited his niece, Mis.
H. S. Btanley, last week. The Rov. G. A.
Emery of Montgomery, a former pastor,
will preach hero Sunday evening at seven
o'clock. Mrs. Johnson of Shrewsbury Is
visiting at tho homo of her .son, Dr. C.
Ulysses. Johnson.
Peter Lumbra died at his home Tues
day morning after a long illness. He Is
survived by his wito aim two adopted
children, Bert Lumbra nnd Mrs. Fred
ailmore. both of Providence, R, I. His
funeral will bo held Thursday at 2:00 p. m
Tho Rev. Mr. uuKoswre, District super
intendent, will deliver his lecture, "Get
ting Out of the Woods," In tho vlllago
hall Saturday evening. Ho will also
preach at the Methodist Church Sunday
morning and evening. miss aiico buck
ney, representative of tho Kurn Hattln
Home, gave an Interesting talk at tho
Methodist Church Sunday morning.
David Baker haB bought of Calvin
Rushford his farm on West Hill, which
has been occupied by Alox Martin for
the past two years. Mr. Baker will va
cate the William Garrow farm. John
Rivers, who has been managing H. H.
Marcy's farm, 1b moving to his residence
In the village. Mr. Marcy Uaa le tho
farm to Frank Purrler, who will take
noHsesslon November 1. Mrs. Eva La-
rock, who has been at Beivldtru Center
for norno tlmo has returned, und Is at hl
parents, Mr. and Mrs. William I'rovo.
v fl Wright has let his farm, which lias
i,.n nccunlcd by Herbert Larock for
nvral years, to Ernest Combs, Mr. Ln
rock having taken n farm belonging to
nvrnn Comos in uerKsmrB. a, a. Asei
iinn of Enosburg Falls has been In town
this week on business connected with the
Domlna Manufacturing company's elec
trie light department, at present furnish
Inc llslit for thl village. D. Wllkle of
tr.a of Enosburg Falls. The condition of
II. R. Ayer, who has been 111 for sev
eral weeks, is so much improved that
he Is able to be out on tho streets again.
The King's Daughters met with
Mrs. V,'. J. Harvey Tuesday afternoon
at " o'clock. The Rev. nnd Mrs. W.
G. Stork-Id are planning to pass tho
winter with their daughter, Mrs. A. E.
Mussu of Grande- Llgne. jue., and will
leave tln-lr homo here about November
1. Mrs. Grace Richmond of Rutland,
prc-ident of the Rebekah Assembly of
V rmont, will make an official visit to
Washington Rebekah lodge of this vil
lage Tuesday, October 29. The receipts
of the "penny social" held In tho base
ment of the Borlght building Friday
evening were $18.20, tho social being un
der tho auspices of tho Missionary so
ciety of the Methodist Church.
Owing to the deiallment of a car a
few miles this side of Montreal, block
ing the main line, the night express from
Montreal, by way of the Canadian Paci
fic railwny, was four hours late Mon
day night. John McDonald has moved
his family to St. Albans and Mr. Bou
langer has moved from River street to
tin- house on Farrar street vacated by
Mr. McDonald. O. A. Hagen, deputy
collector, has returned home- from his
vacation trip to Massachusetts.
Mil-. Jessie Hale Wood, wife of Horace
It. Wood, died at the home of her sister,
Mrs. E. 1. Nye, Thursday morning at
four o'clock of diabetes. Mrs. Wood
was taken 111 while at the home of her
sister. She was born in Georgia Novem
ber 11, 1S77, nnd had always made her
home In town. She was a successful
teacher for several years having ta,-ght
In Fair Haven ..nd In Waverly,
Mass. On October 11, 1011, she was mar
ried to Horace R. Wood of this town.
Betides her husband, she Is survived by
her mother, Mrs. Hiram Hale; also two
sisters Mrs. E. I. Nye of this town, and
Mrs. William Cooley of Randolph. Her
funeral was held at the homo of the
Rev. and Mrs. E. I. Nye, Saturday at
two o'clock, tho Rev. C. W. Clark of
ficiating, assisted by the Rev. C R.
I'pton. There was no singing, but two
hymns were read. Carroll Wood, Harry
Cooley and Arthur and George Stanley,
nephews of the deceased, were the bear
ers. There was a profusion of beautiful
flowers. The Interment was at the
Georgia Plain cemetery.
lianner Grange will hold a fair Friday
evening. All members are asked to help
make It a success. All exhibits muit be
entered between lu:W a. m. and 2:00 p. m.
The fair will be open to the public at 0:00
p. m.-.Mr. and Mrs. O, P. Wright ot
Franklin wero over-Sunday guests of Dr.
and Mrs. W. H. Wrlght.-Mr, and Mrs.
Wilbur Bushnell havo gone to Boston.
A. D. Robinson -and family of Cambridge
have moved to the Oscar Wood farm.
Delbert Post Is visiting In Lake Placid,
N, Y, Mr. and Mrs, Charles Green and
son, Clifton of Waltsfleld, are guests of
Mr. and "Mrs. O. F. Sunderland. Miss
Lillian Loomls, who recently underwent
an operation for appendicitis at St. Al
bans hospital, has recovered sufficiently
to return to her home. Mr, und Mrs. A.
B. Wood, Mr. and Mrs, H. B. Curtis and
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Austin were ln
Montreal Wednesday and Thursday.
Tho Misses Gruco Bragg and Ella Cleve
land, teachers In the graded school at
Barre, are home, as tho schools have
been closed on account of Binall pox.
Mrs. Ida M. Rounds of Richford Is visit
ing nt tho home ot Mr. and Mrs. Jason
Newton. Miss Ola Bliss Is In Fairfield at
tho home of Mr. and Mrs. Ashton Soule.
Tho subject for tho Epworth League's
meeting next Sunday evening will bo
"Selecting Disciples; Tho Mnterlul and
the Plan for the Structure." Miss Mary
Rankin will have charge of the meeting.
Mrs. Charles Coffrlu grew a pumpkin
In her garden which measured 07 by it
Inches. Someone stole tho pumpkin last
week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Myntt passed
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Lowls Chala
foux In Hectorvllle, Mr. and Mrs. Hairy
Hllllard and daughter, Geraldlnc, of Bur
lington, uro In town. Paul Kelley, who
wns a visitor nt Charles Macla's, met
with on accident Monday morning whllo.
n horde was being killed. Mr. Kelley got
his hand In range of the gun und a part
of tho charge went through one hand.
Joseph Lambert has employment with
Maurlco Wetherby. Mr. and Mrs.
Lyman Miller of Ixiwell passed Sunday
with T. J- O'Brien. Charles Lanchot of
Eaht Enosburg was a guest of Mr. and
Mrs, 1'ionk Wetherby's, Sunday.
Our Mr. Schwartz Is An Expert
He has been with this house for 18 years.
He will take your measure, and we will guar
antee the fit satisfactory, or you don't have to
take the garment.
- We have made an exclusive arrangement
with a big
Special Tailoring House In
New York City
that only make to special measurements, and
do not make ready-to-wear cloths. You
seleot from one of the many styles we can show
you here, then all you have to do is to
Select Your Materials From U
Come in and let us explain this all
to you more fully as we feel confident we
can please anybody that wants her suit
or garment made to her own measure
ments. This special order department in
connection with the piece goods on the
third floor.
Decide on one of the several styles you like
best. Mr. Schwartz will take your measure
ments, and both will be sent to this exclusive
tailoring establishment in New York City, and
in two weeks' time your suit will come back.
We can do this for you in suits, long garments
at very moderate prices. We pledge a perfect
fit and superb workmanship and best of linings.
Mr. und Mrs. A. H. Bowen and Mr. L.
Frances Jolley started Wednesday for
Iowell. Miuis.-Tho Rambler Whist club
met for the first time Tuesday evening.
They nrranged for a series of parties to
bo held every two weeks during tho win
ter. The following otllcers wero elected.
President. H. J. Tracy; secretary, Crom
A. Bowen; treasurer, Max W. Jolley.
Little lluth Hazcn, youngest daughter
r,f Mrs. Mnbel Hazcn of the east road,
who underwent an operation September
for appendicitis nnd was in a critical
condition, Is now making a good recovery
and Is able to bit up.-Henry Rivers of
tho Jackson district, who was operated
upon September 'Si for appendicitis, was
bi ought homo Saturday from tho St. Al
bans hospital anl Is now able to walk
to the burn.-A. P. Royce. who has been
seriously 111 and i-onllned to his bed by
lumbago for seven weeks, Is Improving
steadily.-Mrs. A. D. Wilder ot tho Juck
sou district, who fractured a hip by u
full October 1, Is doing as well as can
bn expected. Miss Mabello Rlcanl has
taken a position with tho Western Union 1 11"Ilt
Telegraph company at ht. Albans. sir.
and Mis, F. M. Hubbard attended the
funeral of their cousin, Mrs. Jcsslo
(Hale) Wood at Ocorgla Saturday.
sho will teach Up reading this wlnter.
Mrs. E. S. Bogue has returned from Ber
lin, Montpeller nnd Barre, whero she has
been visiting for several weeks.-Morton
Chaffee is moving his family to Cam
bridge, whero he has employment. P J
Moron has returned from Glens Falls, N.
Y. Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Washburn went
on an automobile trip to New York Stato
last week, returning tho last of tho week
-K. A. Paul nnd Mr. and Mrs, D. W
Paul have returned from Boston. G, F.
Marcy wa.s In Boston n part of last week.
The lorcas society met with Mrs, D.
'I. Kinney Wednesday. Mrs. B. S. Jef
fords and Miss Hazed Clark, who are
both In the St. Albans hospital, nro gain
Ing rapidly Rodney Barnum of Frank-
I hn visited at C H Johnson's Tuesday.
Mrs. F. A. Start wns In Lowell last
week to attend the funeral of her sister,
Eva Steihenson. O, G, Start, who buf
fered a stroke of paralysis Wednesday
night, la slowly recovering. The dance
held In the town hall Friday evening,
wns attended by about 10 couples.
Miss Mary Anden-on has returned to
New York city. Mrs. R, M. Carpenter,
who lias been visiting her brother, F. N.
Ovlntt, returned to her home In Knos
burg Falls Saturday Miss K. Grace
Wadlelgh has gone to Montreal, where
MUs Edith Tripp of Newport has been
spending a few days in town, the guest ol
Misses Hamlss and Hor.-Mn. -The tlon
C. W. Gates and M. E. Shedd are r.
Montpeller. Thero Is to be a progressive
i ally In tho town hall Friday even ng
James William Beatty of this place .
Mrs. Estella Marlu dteurns of h.
Held, N. 11.. were quietly married T
day evening at tho home ot the iri!'
In the Baptist parsonii'jo ln the lap
d place. The Rev. John Mantei
olllclated. The bride was gowned In i
traveling suit of blue broadcloth anl
wore a "arlslun hat. The rooms were
prettily decorated with potted plants and
cut (lowers, the corner of the parlor
where tho bridal party stood being bank
ed with scai let geraniums After thf
ceremony icfreshments were served. Mr
and Mrs. Realty are In town and will bo
at homo after tho ist'i of this month.
The Rov. Evarts Ke.it, who Is about
moving from Benson to Sterling, Mas.,
Is a guest ot M. P. Perley for a few
days. Mrs. M. P. Chnifee I. vls-ltlng her
daughter In Noith Troy. - Mr Bates, who
Is employed nt the condenbary, has moved
his family from East Hlghvato mto Mrs.
M. P. Chaffee's tenement X . A, Bundv
clobed up his work here and returned
with his workmen to Burlington Satur-
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