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this mrnnmcrroN fkee press attd times? Thursday, November 21, 1912.
Owe Cent
Advertising in this column
one cent a wort!, crtcli in-
! ncrtion. Copy mny ha
chnnped every week. Oiish
in ndvnncc required. No
advertisement taken which
iB less than 12 words, two
lines. Special terms to ad
vertisers usinr from 250 to
1,000 lines within 12 con
secutive months.
t.MO SKUNK SKINS wntit'-d for im
mediate use, highest cost nrlco paid for
all kinds -t raw fur?. Will go nnd see
large, lots. G. F. 1'cet. Shclbiirnc, Vt.
WANTED Wido-nwnko boys and girls
and men and women In every town to
pell our art novelties; big motley, no
rash required; nerninnont paying busi
ness from the start; write to-day. Pil
grim Art Co., Brockton, Mass.
sale. Rlrd Pros.' stock pen. Trio JIG,
single turns henB $1. Powers's Stock
Farm. S. N. Uacon, Manager, Lelccstor
Junction, Vt. 276,26t&w,4t.
pubUo auction on the premises Decem
ber 5, "812, at 10 n. m. sharp, the farm
of the lato John A. Valmer at Monkton,
Vt. consisting of 21 acres. There Is on
the farm a new dwelling house costing
55.000, also a pood tenement house, a
barn 100x10 feet, basement stable, and
the necessary small buildings that are
needed on n first-class farm. Running
water at fie barn and plenty of wood.
This Is one of the hest forms In Addison
county. Tho following personal prop
trtv v.111 be sold: 21 head of cows, 1
"reiih and 7 due to freshen soon, 1 grade
j'olsteln yearling bull, 1 grado Holsteln
earling heifers, 7 calves, l black work
lorse, 1 flvc-year-old Morgan gelding
' d by Rc.t, 1 bay maro seven years
i red by Jefferson Wilkes, race rec
d 2:11 1-4, 1 eji -year-old bay horse 10-2
indb high, weigh 1,200 lbs., good worker
1 driver, 1 six-year-old chestnut geld
1.". hands high, weight 1.100 lbs.,
at road horse, 55 tons of hay, 3 torn
210 bu. grain, IS bu. potatoes, 20
? brood sows duo to farrow In
rv, l boar. 7 shoats. 1., cords stove
double -work harness, a one
work harness, 2 single driving
ss, stone boat, 2 road carts, milk
i ,on, grind tone, wheel harrow, 2
dders, horso hoe, 3 sots double sleds.
i;cw doerlng rake, hay tedder, sleigh, 2
ciiMvntors, 2 plows, driving wagon, 2
''ii l ets, 2 crowbars, corn planter,
2 horse collars, a set of scales,
i." cutter, double wagon with box
iv rack, mowing machine, seeder,
. of lug harrows, spado plow.
1 tinning null, corn shelter, 21
I'ol.nval separator. 7ii) lbs.
its, St. .wart heater, range, 4 milk
potash Itcttlo and other articles
ml on an up-to-date farm, also r
i.itcd amount of household goods
ii'lich at noon. Terms cash. W. M.
Ann. Auctioneer. II. A. n. 1'nlmer,
executor. 27G.llt&w,lt,
kpKCIAT, OFFIJK for this week onlyT
Auyon who s. nds me a year's sub
'crlptfon to tho Da'ly Free Press bo
lero November U. may have tho
Ladies' Home Journal and the New
l.ngland I'arnvr one year by remitting
one and 75-100 dollais In addition to the
pri o o' tin- Free Press. I will dupll
i H.' the offi'r of nny olher nliiible.
subscription agent or publisht r. SUto
whether your subscription Is new or a
i newal and when you wish tho sub
'rlptlon to begin. W. v. r.irr, sub
criptlon agent. Uurllngton, Vt.
CALIFORNIA If you contemplate soek
Ing a home In California I can offer
you some extremely good bargains In
California farm and fruit lands; also
suburban rcsldonco properties. J. W.
Ilobson, 1,011 Phelan bulIdln.T. San
rrancleeo. 2S3.d&w.lm.
bpun knitting yarns 11 c. Gay, l!nx
ton. Vt. 20,w8t
Si-nil lOo to-dny for ton rogular Is
suoa of Thr noniicl 'I'rumiiot, a non-nea-tarlan
paper. 16 pngos eaoh week, lillod
with Instructive artlolcr, on full salva
tion, dlvlno hoallng, and tho homo life.
Any Rlblo question that Intorestn you
anword through our "Questions An
nworod" Dopartmcnt. OompcI Trumpet
Co., Dept. K. I. Amlrrsnii, Ind.
MBX A.VI) WO.MI.N wanted In every
Now Dnelaiid city .md town to ill ti-1-huto
valuable premium's, with genuine
nnd original Rogor's Hllverwaie. Pleas
ant, gontoel eniplovment You may
give part of your entire time to this
work. No "Installment plan." A 1,-gltl-mate
buslnoss pioposHton Rnforoncos
exchanged. Wrlto nt once y c Qalr.
A Co., wholosalo distributors Wlnthrop
Baunre, Uoston, Mass. 20,w4t
A Booe? rdrin, twu-titory housa in
Kooi repoir, now burn with IniHomont,
tie op 20 head, fields smooth nnl fro
from stone, Now sugar house, good
UKar works, running wntor. plnntr
wnod and timber, two horses, ton cowi.
Ii head of young stock, all tools,
crops, etc , onlv S3, 500.
lurlliiictun, . Veriuout.
farms, Uunrrlev, 'rimtirrlniiiU, l.iikt
Nburv '"operly.
Almiltitrly Wit limit I'hIii,
Tho only offl-o In liui iliigton -Ahero
you can got toii nMrtioted without
Purtlclo ot pain, without taking g' s
My mothod Is unod by no tthnr pi'i-i..i
No D-.ln; no ilangur; no after offnpi.
, , nit. i.. b. ii.7.i:.v.
Office, 231 Main St.. Uurllngton. Vt.
O.flco Houis. 10 to H. 7 to S.
wavKv.wji vr.xs at l'ltiBis iMtSks.
(Continued from line" 1.)
dlson County," "Social Defects nnd
Their Cure," "Causes and Remedies for
Juvenlllo Delinquency," ntid "Social
Waste-How Eliminated." All tho min
isters of thu county nro Invited to nt
tend. A pretty wedding toqk placn nt
St. Mary's Church at 8:30 o'clock Wed
nesday mornln,V when Miss Bva Pin
ney, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William
Plnney, was married to Harry Cobb,
older son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Joseph n.
Cobb, also of this village. Tho cere
mony was performed by the Rev. J. D.
Shannon, pastor of tho church. Tho
brldo wore a gown of dark blue silk,
with hat to match. Tho bridesmaid wast
Miss Sura Daley of Uurllngton, who
worn a suit of dark red with a blnck
hat, nnd the best man was Henry Kid
der of Mlddlcbury. Thero was a largo
attendance of friends. Mrs. Cobb had
been several yenrs clork In thn Heck
wlth storo nnd Mr. Cobb Is engaged In
the automobile business In town. Fol
lowing thr wedding pcrvloo a breakfast
was served nt fhn homo ot tho bride's
parents on Seymour street, with tsnaa
Ooodro ns caterer. After tho breakfast
they took thn mall train southbound
for a short honeymoon and upon their
return will mako their future homo In
Mlddlcbury. Mrs. Chailcs R. Cheney
and dnughter, Mildred, have returned
from West Rutland after a visit to Mrs.
Cheney's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Prevost. Among Isltors hero from out
of town aro Mr. and Mrs. Charles L.
Pnrlsh and J. llcrhurt Mown of Hrld
port, II. C. Husklns of Hcverly, Mass.,
Perry Campbell of Rlpton, Albert A. Al
berts of Plttsford. F. C. Honnclt of War
ren, and William L. Hosmer of Kail
River, Must. Hundreds ot people from
Mlddlebury and surrounding towns vis
ited ttie California car nnd Inspected
tho exhibits. Miss Margaret llarrett
leaves to-day for Rutland, where she
will vl'lt for the next few days. Mr.
and Mrs. Edward Jones have gone to
I'ittsford for a few days.
William C Smith of Fair Haven is In
town lor ii few days. Joseph Wlssoll has
returned from Rutlnnd. Among people
hero fiom out of town aro Mr. and Mrs.
1" W. Nash njul Carl H. Shaffer of Uur
llngton, Dr. E. O. Porter and Deputy
Sheriff Harry Sanford of Cornwall, V. V.
Hlitekmcr of New Haven and George M.
C'assidy of Manchester. N. H. Mrs. F. C.
Ilrown has returned from Rutland. Mr.
and Mrs. John H. Sargent left yesterday
for Ilolyoke, Mass., where thoy will
spend the next few weeks. E. H. Thomas,
who has been confined to the house for
tho past few weeks, Is able to be about
tho streets with the aid of crutches. Mr.
and Mrs E. E. Jones havo gone to I'itts
ford for a few days. Noblo Hrooks Is
The Hlxby Freo Memorial library was
opened to tho public nt noon Thuis
5ny. Tho flint adult to draw
n book wns MI'S Ornce Allen of
I-V-rrlebiirg. A largo number of
popular magazines and papers have been
ordered for tho reading room, not all ot
which havo arrived, but as fast as possP
bin will be placed on tho rending tables
These are to lo read In the library and
i.ot taken away. The library will be
closed mornings, except the reading nnd
lefeivnce rooms, for study until further
r.otlce. but will bo open from noon until
lilno nt night every day, except Sunday.
Many requests havo boon made for Sun
day opening and It Is expected that this
will bo dono soon. In the referenoe
room at present are n number ot Japan
ese color prints which were loaned by
Mrs. ,T. c. Walker. Two of theso Mrj.
Walker has presented to tho children's
room. They are unique and fine speci
mens ot modern Japanese reproduction.
Mrs. Muyhew, widow of tho late
Ambrose Mayhew, who had been In
poor health for several months, was
found dead In her bed Saturday morn
ing. She leaes two daughters, Mrs.
Fdward fieo and .Airs. Lillian Wlssoll
of this city, two sons, William May
hew, residing somewhere In New York
State, and Fred Mayhew of this city.
The funeial was held nt St. Petur's
Church Monday morning.
List of unclaimed loiters at this
office, Mis. May Berkley, Miss John
:Jtiit- of V. rmont, Dlst'rict of Chltten
1 n, s. s.
lie H I , inembi red. th.it 1, Fred R..
Chaffee, of Jericho, in the county of Chit
tenden, v.-1 ' I In' Ikp after known nnd
i.llecl Prcd R. Salfoid.
In witnesi whereof, I hrreunlo set my
hand and sml this 1th day of Novi uiber,
A. D., I'M.
Appioved November 1, 1912.
J. H. MACOMBRR, Judge of Probate.
.State of Vermont, District of Chit
tenden, s. s.
At Uurllngton in said district person
ally appenrod Fi-1 R. Chaffee, th
signer and sealer of the abovo wiltten
Inutriimont, nnd acknowledged the sanio
to be his freo act and deed, this 4th day
of November, 1M2,
Judge of Probate. District of ('hlttcndi-u.
$4,600.00 FARM
For Sale All Stocked.
Very u' i buildings: 20 cows,
young tonin. hoifcrs, shoals, poul
try, crops, tools and machinery;
line sugar orchard; abundant water;
2 ft aires wood nn1 timber; excel
lent roads Wo Invite inspection.
Write the owner, .runes llreniiiin,
Jericho, t,
Dinino 'Room
1Z( St. Paul Street, lluilliigton Vrriiimil,
Office 14fi Cherry stieet. II, W. Uul
lock, preprint. ir Kino Shirt. Collar and
Cuff Work 'Phono ns 11 or send post
il (mil di Iver w til cull.
I'rni'tli'iil I'liitnliers nml Mciiin rttti'rs.
till t. Paul Slrert.
.VrK ortli lliirlliigliiu Sovliig. IJnnli.
a n r m
titr-j.' ( a ,v, u j cj; w i i
Iff Vert St.
ill Itl.lMiTON'. VT
Call Aniiriil llnj 111 Mclit
Lticln, Mr. Aril Merchant, Mr. and Mm.
William Stone, F. W. Labello, WIIHrju
II. Lewis.
F. M. Strong of Hasln Harbor, Ferris
burg, who died Tueaday morning at tho
homo of hln rrandaan. KVnnk in. ai..
of Westport, N. Y from genorat debility!
Hgou 5,i years, was horn Francis Mllos
Strong In Plttsford September 16, 1S29. He
was tho son of Frederick Ross nnd
Sophronla (Chnffee) Strong. Tho founder
of tho family In England wm born In
tho county of Caernarvon, 1651. His son
John was tho founder of the family in
this country. Francis Mien Strpng at
tended tho public schools of Forcstdale.
At the ago of 13 ho was apprenticed as
nn Iron moulder and when 18 went to
Now York and lator to Crockvllle, Can.,
whero ho worked as a Journeyman. Later
ho worked in Troy, Albnny and Roches
tr, N. Y and hail charge of a foundry
at Franklin and Chatanooga, Tenn. In
1M7 ho sailed from New York to New
Orleans, thence bv hnm r-i., ..
Oh o, whero ha becamo foreman of tho
runon rounary. In 184 ho married Sarah
Marlnda Clark of Cincinnati. They had
three children, all of whom aro dead. For
his second wife Mr. Strong married, July
.10. ISM. Arrtella Augusta lleach, only
dnughter of tho late Allen P. Reach of
West Fvrrlshurg. She did at Rasln
Harbor August 6, 1900. Mr. Strong was
employed as a journeyman Iron moulder
at St. Albans and Rutland and later came
to this city, where h(. had chargo ot tho
foundry for tho Vergennes Iron company.
In 1M2 a patent was Issued jointly to
Francis M, Strong nnd Thomas Ross for
Platform scales bearing date January 13,
ISM, nnd subsequently eight other patents
were granted to Strong and Ross on plat
form scales. Amnni- th.. ,i,.. .........
-n .... .no. .-'i-.m-t,'
manufacture,! wns one for the Monls!
.mm - iianiting company ot New Jersey,
...mug a rapacity or 4W tons with a plat
form, 30 by 70 feet, nnd set on an In-lln-this
scalo remained In use upwards of
2.. years or until the canal was supeiscded
by the railroad. While Mr. Ross was
erecting this scale Mr. Strong tool; the
mooei l0 Jonn Howe. Jr., at H rand on
. I'ltlllUUIl, I
who advanced K.Vfi on account of royalties
io cnamo Htrong nnd Ross to n.-iv tlwir
liabilities nml tnnil., .
liabilities and made nn at rangcin'ent by
nn:n .itrong nml Ross should be em
ployed for live years for n cni.,,.,. i
royalty on all scales sold. After 'remain-!
ing wnn Mr. Howe six years the re
mainder ot the life of
to him for ?15,(V0. When the scales were
fllrst Introiluced thoy wero known as
Strong and Ross patents mnnufnrtured
by John Howe. Jr.. of Rrnndon. Under
Mr. Howe's management the business has
grown until now It requires 17 acres ot
land for buildings and stock In Rutland,
whero the main plant Is situated. It Is
one of Vermont's leading Industries. This
scale, which had Its Inception In the little
Iron foundry at Vergennes, Is accepted by
nil civilized nations ns a standard
of weights. After a flnnl disposi
tion ot hli Interests to Mr. Howe, ytr.
S-'trong enrm to thlR city r.nd purchnsed
tho Urndbury (louring mill, which ho
operated for five yenrs. He then became
Interested In tho Vergennes Water Power
company and other properties with water
power and was later In thr foundry nnd
machine huslness nnd carriage and wood
work. During his residence here the mat
ter of changing the location of the State
Industrial school was brought up In the
Legislature and It was principally to M.
Strongs untiring work that the school
was brought to this city. About 21 years
ago Mr. Strong purchased a farm In
West Fo-rlsburg, wher he since resided.
For about 20 yenrs he wns proprietor of
The Lodge, a notd summer hotel at
Unsln Harbor now operated by H. F.
Reach nnd son, Allen. Mr. Strong In
politics -vns an ardent republican and a
strong temperance man. lie Is survived
by one sister, Mts. Gr.iham of Rockford,
la., and ono grandson, I'm nit Simmons,
of Westport, N. V. The funeral services
will be held this nfternoon at two o'clock
at St. Paul's Church. There was a slight
offering of poultry for the Thanksgiving
market hete yesterday, tie, scarcity being
mostly In turkeys The reason of the
shortness Is attrUmted to the wet and
cold spring Of the poultr offered W.
P.. Urlstol honght thiee tons and Carter
and Clark about two tons. Pi Ices follow:
Turkeys, 2 to 32 cents, chickens, 1C to 20
cents: fowls, 1', to 15 cents; ducks, !. to
16 cents; geso. 16 cents. George Uaiton
of Lincoln Is visiting his son, M. L.
Uarton. Mrs. Harley Onrdcner sustained
a paralytic shock Sunday. Edward
Tucker killed n buck deer Mondav in
Rlpton Jacob Bnrton ot Johnson Is visit
ing his nephew, M. L. Barton.
North of Uay Counties California Kx
hlblt, Saturday nnd Monday. November
16 and IS, at lirlstol A wonderful agri
cultural exhibit by train, (adv.) IS.I&T.-IS
. , ,, ,, ,, . ,. ' , ,, ,
Add son C. I e led ct. an n'.d CH !! V.'ii"
, , .. . ...
veteran, had a stioke of paralysis last
week. He has been III with dropsy for
over two ycais.-Mrs. Miles Ilooska died
nt her homo In the Notch Prlflay morn
ing of typhoid fever. She Is survived by
her husband and children. Raymond
Durfeu ot Rutland Is In town for a few
days' hunting. Mrs. Nellie Manum has
icturnej fiom Portland, Oregon, where
hhn attended the national convention of
W. C. T. 1:
The ermont Ho. . onipany. formerly
tin New lluveu Mills rompnu),. has
erected now bullillngH, Installed now ma
eblnerv and water mains. Mr. and Mrs,
n. mm lino wire Infoiiueil .Vo. 12 by
teleirr.un that thrli daughter, Nellie,
was dead In Pasadena. Cal., from tphoId
filer. She Is survived by her pan nts
nnd four I'ters, Llzrlc, (ienevleve, Kthel
mid (Ten rude. -Word was leielved
Nov. 12 of the ill nth of the ltuw I.
Killogg In Cilbeitvl'le, Mass. Tit- war,
found dead In bed Monday evening. Ho
was a graduate of the Hii.stol high school.
Mts. !. P. Colby has letniued from a
visit with her sister In Rutland.!:. ,1.
Oaks has returned from a visit with hi.s
grandmother In Moriah, N. V. Lett, is
unclaimed In the pmtoffliu November
11 were for Miv. Lena i.'aulell. I Colli 11
M. Conby. U. V. I). l.-.Inme.. nilbm Is
In the Held for the poMof f ( e. Postmaster
Hnsklns's tenn expires In inn.
Mrs. Charles '.. llurnaiil ilud In
Jackson, Mich., November II. Shu
was a slstei of Mis. Q. 1:. liro
er of I'ndeihill. Mis. Nellie Kllburn of
tills town, Mrs. Jennie C.ilaliau of M.in
Cllesb r Celilil and Cl'lll'ge I'.irnib e i.f
Lincoln. --The Whitney iiiunieiv has
I m il .-old to Roy Moiitgoiuerv of Jnt'ihn
- Rett WlltJit of Ihlstol and .Miss Rule
Coinstuck of Monkton wvte unlteii in
niiirrlage at their home In litlslol TImii'j.
nay evening b Hie Rev. II. R. Stone,
lionald Wright wns best man and M!ss
Kathleen Coi.ihtoi'U was brlib'iiialil. nr.b
linuiediati lela'.lves v i re jir sent Thei
rei lived tunny ureful Hid v ilua'.Ie gift"
'I In v will reside In lirlstol.- About two
! 111 In of mow fell here Thur-da, nluht
J. ,1. Itbumba bus lei in I "1 a : i
of two Weel.s ill I'awlel. Mr I -tilt j 1. 1.1
Hi, I at the home of Ills son v . 1 '. Rlnit
li.'i'.n, on Pleasant street Satunla. aflit
lioou. Ml. Illiigiuiiu e mi hei e I 010 1 ' 1. 11
well III! leuunicr iif'.-i the ib.c.., ,,1 '.
wile and luiidt' Ills hei'ie lei 'i .,
body was tulti 11 to I'.llniull Ve'eidn
or th, funeial -'lid !n "!i .Mi .n.d M'
A. V. Stevens and dan.' 'tie, uree! 1
mil I'.irwln 111. tier of Cornv.'.nl w.te ..ve
.' in) j'li'ls of V" aii'l Mm ' 4,,
' 01 'II'! S ''I'1 ' ' I !? Mld'M !
M. II . ' ' 1 . ,1 I. .1 1
Mrs. A, C. Bumtier.-fhc Cnllfornla ex.
htbttlon oar drew a big crowd at tho sta
tion Saturday and Monday. The funeral
of Mrs. Miles Booska was held at St
Ambrose's Church Sunday afternoon. The
Rev. P. J. Dohony officiated. The Inter
went was In Holy Cross cemetery. O. N,
Dlko Is In very poor hoslth -W. N. Mc
Oee of Uurllngton wn In town over Sun
day. Mre, W, H. Graham, who hns been
visiting hero, has returned to Knlr Haven.
llenjamln Lash of Vergotinea was a
Sunday visitor hero. Ono deer has been
killed hero to date, W. A. Inwrenco haB
returned from lloston
TIia it n -r. t n.ltti Minn
-u , . i, i,', will mrufc .. .......
Helen Wollcr to-morrow evonlntr.
airs, c V. Rny Is visiting Mr. ana Mrs.
wngni I'orguson In New tiaven.
Mrs. Alma Chirtln started Tuesday for
California, where sho will spend tho
winter. Sho will spend a llttln time
In Now York nnd Washington on
route. Carl Mender hns gono to Fair
Haven, called thorc by the leath of a
relative. i;nrl Dearborn visited liu
wlfn at tho Mary Fletcher hospital
over Sundnv Mlu nmro Merrill, who
has been seriously ill at I". H. Royn
iuii s, was taitcn to her home in xotf
Haven Tuesday. Mr. nnd Mrs. H. F.
Morgnn of Uurllngton are In town
hunting deer. Oamo Warden O. f?
Fnrr brought In three does found
shot Tuesday night, Thn body ot Mlas
Nelllo Kno arrived hero from Pasa-
uenn, cal., on the 10 o'clock train nnd
was taken' to the home of her parents
The funernl will bo held this afternoon
In thn Congregatlonnl Church at 1:30
o'clock. Letters nnelnlinn.l In thn
postorrlre November 18: .Mrs. Noltlu
Ilrown. Walter Rrlggs. n. A. Miller
and Wllllnm S. Tabor. F. L. Parker
nnd F. n. Terrlll of Uurllngton were
In town yesterday. The Rev. and Mrs.
Wllllnm Miller ot North Troy pre
guests of frlenJs. Mr. Miller will of
flclnte at tho funeral of Miss NVllli
Fno this afternoon. The Row IC. J.
Klock hni heen called away by th
Illness of his brotlipr. Thn ntitlonk
,,lu1' v-'11' nu','t with Mrs. Dunshee
tmny afternoon. Clauilo Place of
Illlflnnfl uhnt TH.l...
Rutlnnd shot a deer here Monday. A.
C. Hencrtlrt Is very low. A. C. Sumner
cut off the end or one tinker Mnnrlnv
while nt work In the case shop of tho
casket factory. A deer was seen en
Fitch avenue here In thn vllbiirn Mon .
day. One wns bl ought In from the
.otcii Monday nnd sold at Trudo's
market. Karl McCorndek brought In
one Tuesday. J, II. Orvls and Super
intendent C. H. Wllley were Uurllng
ton visit ots Monday.
Mis. A. K. Tolllmthnm U passing two
weeks In Yonkcrs. N. V., with her son.
H. R, Tottlnghnm. Representative B. H.
Moore parsed the week-end at his home
here. Mr .mil Mrs. W. II. Stokes have
open their hou In the vlllnire, their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. r W. Jones, will
pass tho winter with them. -Mrs. Mnrin
Smith hns returned from a visit In l"nr
Haven. Mr? M p. Cook entei talrml tho
Moralan club pleasantly Tuel,iy after
Mrs. Orville Townri ),-, n hctttr health.
Mrs. F. c. Crane .-xpe 'ts to spend
some tlin. at Philadelphia. -Several of
the townsmen are deer hunting. Tin
Friendly club m I at the "itry Novem
ber 20. Tlmnksr.h Ing services at th"
church Wednesday evening, November
S7, will consist' of an address bv the.
pastor, on a .'acred cantata, Huili."
by the choir, assisted by 1. elinrus of
The Ladles' Aid or the Mcthuill't so
clety, will hold a sab of useful fancy
articles at the town hall I'tldnv evening.
Tho Rev. K. M. Hallow ell .md f.imlly
are visiting in Rlpton. Mis. II. A.
Boles, who has been suffering with a
severe attack of tae grippe Is somewhat
Improved. Mrs. Martha Parkhlll Is con
fined to the house by illness. Mrs. Maria
Mott, wlio has been with her daughter,
Mrs. Hoyt in Cornwall, for the past few
months, has returned to her home hero
for the winter.
The little sou of Mr. and Mrs. Hnv
ward Marshall was taken suddenly ill
Saturday. He Is considered a little batter.
The gentlemen of the church aro to
glvn a suppr and entertainment at the
church I'rldny evening. All are Invited
Stella Cross l.s 111. Amelia Norton of
Dniminonds Island, Mich., hos arrived
to spend the winter. A company of
friends met at the homo of Mr. and Mrs.
. V . sipoouer tnturday evening to he p
. . . . . .. '
ilium ceieBratu their 4th wedding annl-
. ... ,. .
versiuy. Refreshments wore set veil, and
a p'Jise of money was left them as
token of esteem. -Urand View Orange
celobruted "Anniveranry NUht" Novem
ber If', !t having btcn nine jenr.i flnc'L
the Rrane was organized
There vej uniou servlcus ,it tho
I'rini.ls Church Sundnv evening with
preaching bv the Rev. C C. Cornell,
p.islni uf tin; Methodist Church. RuniUy
evening theie will bj a union service at
tho Mithciilsi Episcopal Chinch with
pii.nchlnu by the Rev. C. N. Pi niUl.n
of the lends Chinch. U. C Coihstuok
has gone to Hallsbury. Then will be a
meeting of I'loronla Cranee l-'rld;.y even
ing. Mi.-s ll.ibv Ccmstock of this town
and fiert Wright of llristiil were united
in marriage at his homo in Urlntol 1, tlio
Rev. l' Ii. stone Thuisrlav evening.
'1 hey v.111 reside in Hr'stnl.-- Hen.'y
Liunell was one of the successful liutil
irs who shut ,1 buck Satinday weighing
"Ci pnunils. i. c. lice has bought the
llaptlst paisoptige.-lli urv Cov shot a
. ''' "'"dav. The woods .ire full of
I hunn-is.-Ni v. s wa- received last w ei k
il I'm hodden dentli of Ira I'liebw Kei
logg , t bis lioin in .MaKraea. setls. liu
was a pi in. In r and lectin i and sou of
I. P. Keio!:ii. who mai'ilid more eon, dpi
than 1 1 1 1 mi,- else In Monl;t'n ilmlili. .1
long llf. hue. ii,. ,m,i nis wile mat to
live wiln ' i-u- M,a last laouti but he
was tul ad illnl in just twn ueiks
after Hi... iiiuveil. Their son died Ullee
vee'.s la 11 Mi Ki lio,.'S bud
live tlllli M In ,1 Wl I I., llle.ll I
b etuie.l
ted thiee
I 1 r 1 11 to
I llll - i
Itt'ik a 11, 1
S . 1 1 1 . 1 1 ami Ii id a
I lllillh of lletle I Visit, d bee
It. I hill h. I'fit We, l;.-M1Sh
M.hs Ni lib
unlit, .Mrs 1
al hulili
Ilie.l R.'fll-
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Mis -:
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loft for the Rormuda Isles on tho 18th,
where he will run ft hotel. Tho Daglo
Inn will be In tho hands of Mr. King.
M!ns 11. Todd Is muoh better. D, a. Bab.
bltt has returned from Rutland, C. E.
Russell, who hns been 111, Is muoh Im
Tho program for farmers' day at North
Forrlsburg Friday, November ti, at Allen
halt, will bo: 10:00 a. m., "Ulrds In Rela
tion to tho Farmer," C. D. Howe; "Im
provement of Woodlots," Prof. A. F.
Hawcs; 1:30 p. m., "Economical Dairy
Feeding," Prof. A. A. Dorlandi "Orchard
Management," Prof. M. R. Cummlngs!
8:00 p. m., "The Rights of tho Country
Child," Wesley H. Douglass. TheBe lec
tures nro free to all and aro provided
through tho co-operation of tho church,
tho Ornngo and tho citizens. In these and
other lectures tho Interests of tho home,
tho church, tho form and tho school will
bo presented. Every onn In FVrrlsburg and
vicinity Is Invited to come, brlns lunch
basket and stay all day. Coffee can bo ob
tained at tho hall.
Horton'a famous pictures nnd Illus
trated songs will be given In the vestry
of tho Methodist Church on Monday
evening, November ffi, under tho auspices
of tho Lndles' Aid society. Mr. and Mrs.
Frank 10. Uakor havo a llttlo daughter,
KHzaheth, born on Sunday. Mr. and
Mrs. B. N. Tnggart of Audobon, la., havo
roturned to their homo after visiting his
sister, Mrs. William M. Palmer. Harry
Woshburn hns returned to K. A. Pres
ton'.i after a short vacation, Roger Pres
ton has returned to his homo after hav
ing an operation on his throat at tho
Mary Fletcher hospital. Mr. and Mrs.
W. M. Dean have moved Into the house of
her mother, Mrs. Illckford, In Charlotte.
M. F. Muzzy Is at home after complet
ing his summer nnd fnll business trips.
Mrs. Luelnda Allen spent Monday night
i.t Carlo.s Martin's.--The Ladles' Aid so
ciety mat at the home of Mrs. Wallace
Langdon, but owing to the unpleasant
weather there was a small attendance.
Mrs. John German Is visiting relatives In
Cohoes, N. Y. Luther Wilson shot a
buck weighing H0 pound about a mllo
below the railroad station Saturday.
Prof. A. A. Borland, Plot. M. U. Cum
mlngs and Prof. A. F. Hawcs will speak
at the farmers' meeting at Allen hall
The successful deer hunters so far this
season here are H. II. Pike, Frank Niinb
lct, T. W. Conway and Mr. Kstoy from
Uurllngton. Mrs. Isaac HirrLs Is In very
poor health and Is confined to the Iwd
most of the time. Mrs. W. II. Holcomb
If gaining, llcr step-daughter, Mrs R.
". Harris of Rutland, Is caring for her.
Mr. nnd Mrs. F, O. Drown have moved to
the Hall Sayles farm In the village. Joslu
Urown started on the lftth for California
to spend the winter. Wnrren Miner und
James Donnhiie of Vergenne.s are In
enmp on the west mountain In senrch of
de, r. Mis. Vlnnla Hill Is In very poor
health. There mis a surprise party at
the home of II. I'. lIanon the night of
the F.th for his dnughter, Maud. The
lonntv game warden, Oeorge Chaffee of
Mldilbbury, Is In town. Samuel Taft has
bu n In Uurllngton the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. F. II. Crmant ate visiting
in Ton Henry, N. V.-Mr. Hawkins of
Si, nib Shuftsthvry was guest of his tls
lir. .Mis. C. S. Fverest. over Sunday.
The next meeting o' Heaver Olen Orange
I ill be held Friday evening. The third and
fourth degrees will be worked.
The annual senior loncert will be given
:lil.- eiinlng In the church at New lluveu
stri t t by tin- Ithaca conservatory
ii'iart't. Subject of the sermon Sunday
morning Is "lie Ye Thankful." There will
be a special Thanksgiving service In the
ihurch Sunday evening with tisponslvu
II .Tilings, music, etc.
Miss Laura Johnson closed her school
In Ooshen Friday and Is spending her
vacation nt home. Norman Swlnlngton,
j w ho bus been conllnml to the house by
niiifss mr several nays, is convalescent.
Miss EIslo ITskc teturned Saturday from
Brandon, wheie she has been teaching in
iv veils.
News has been received by Mrs. K. W.
Mender of th death of her sister. Mrs.
R. M Kidder, of Fair Haven The Friends
and Methodists of this town will hold a
union service at the M;thodtst Church
i' indny evening. The Rev. c. N. Franklin
it the Friends will speak. Hrwln
loberts has had .1 rhoek of paralysis
nt.d Is In a critical condition. Henry Cox
was one of the fortunato hunters, getting
a buck weighing nearly fV) pounds and
having li points.
Howard Oraco was badly kicked In the
head by a horse Inst Wednesday He
was removed to the hospital nt Hurling
ton on the evening train am! on Thurs
day was operated upon, a piece of tho
skull bone being removed. At Inst reports
he was doing nn well as could be expect
ed from so serious Hn Injury. M A.
Thomas wns nt home trom .Montpelier
ever .Sunday A number of deer hnve
been shot In town. In.t not eviry one has
been so lucky an . 11 Whitney, who
upon going Into his orchard Monday
mot nlng saw a wounded biiJ;, Mr. Whlt
iify succcidid in klllln :ho animal w.tii
his axe. .Mrs. Fled llli.s Is spending the
week In Montpelli r with her father who
represent.! Leicester In the Legislature
The Salisbury fclde.walk Society will hnve
a d'lnee In the town ball on Friday even
ing. The Lidle.s' .Missionary so'Mitlcs
vlll hold their annua' Thanksgiving ser
vice Wi ilnesday afternoon at tile town
hall. The schools in town are having
Thanksgiving ineatlon. Miss Oaffanv uf
the village schiol will not return, having
secured .1 muie UKiatlve piislliuii near
In"- home
I While limiting Frlduy Henry l'.uber in, I
1.'. tl.ur W't tniore saw a lnvi- with twa
eiti s ippi -at a!ng. They sui et etletl In
It II, ng tie- inolat - l.e.ti an, I on,, ellb. The
j 1 t'.ier 1 alt was woiindt d, bill est aped. -j
Net 111. 111 il.er 1 ave beiu killed hire this
j season ,is. C !i .Nolle bis gone In
Hie hi i ter t,u the wlutii. .Mr. and Mis
I '"i 1 1 1 'a i.ipbel I , ,lr, will occupy her
liaise. The liinlv or l.ueian Howard, a
biotl.i : of Mis 1 i. W Smith, w .is brought
ia re lor buiial th.s week. I'uneitil siri
a Wele belli a; li e Smith Inline T VH
t ill' 1 iit'on. - l''i b mis bale lei rued ol
" tit 1I1 01 V)" rininli FSher of
l' oiu'ii ,, for main "n a rcsi'liir of
III . I V, !
M.- ..ni linn Wrbslit of .lei'lehn
..ei I -it :.: o! Mi.ldlebtire were
ii'-- 1 1. i!its at William oriU's.
t.t I'lltti 11' I. in, 1. .Vas., Ilol'.ie"
1 f 1 1 1 1 .mil, ! r ink and
a -1 " t 1 1., n I, u iif l.liueln bad 11
1 ! 1 I'rl. '1 Is Chur. It Snnila'
; ' ' ; - tfi;i, c 1 1 Mnl 1 wMituifisl
1 I', 'ii 1 iittln Menday night lie
1 ti :. .1 tlni" 11' r I. l'n bl FoILiphIh .
'! "i- .1 'it'e T'ie w n li gi t I Me
meal allll lf'11'1 it II, el 111 en lilt !.-i:tI illl'l
taken away during the night. Charles
Follnnsbco Is In poor health.
C. II. James, V. R. Uoscoe, F. Roscoo
and Harry Warner of Weybrldgo havo
been guests of Mr. and Mrs. Howard
Rrooks.-Mra. Miles Booska of West
Hill Is dead of typhoid fever.-Mrs. Carrie
Dodge In 111. The creamery plans to run
all winter. Tho ladles' Aid met
at tho hull Wednesday afternoon. Mrs.
Stella Negus of Proctor has been 11 guest
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. 11.
Gove Tho schools closo this week for
the Thanksgiving vacation, Noblo Whit
ney, Ernest Sargent, Arthur Buttcrfleld,
Foster Sorell and Peter St. Claire have
deer so far.
Carrol Montgomery and Burton Swott
wero In Johnson Tue.sdny. Mrs, Wil
liam Hass.am returned to Burlington
Tuesda'. Mrs. A. 8. Bole roturned from
St. Johnsbury Monday. Mr. Ovltt died
very suddonly Saturday whllo on his
way to Craftsbury. Tho remains were
taken to the homo of his daughter, Mrs.
Bo cash, where tho funeral was held Mon
day afternoon. Mrs. Arthur Montgomery
wns In Hardwlck Monday.
The annual meeting of the Mt. Mans
field club was held Saturday evening and
the following officers wero elected: Pres
ident, II. K. Wright: secretary, R. O.
Mudgctt; treasurer. G. J. Hobart.
Reuben, a handsome black and white
cat brought hero by C. B. Metcult and
family when they moved from Georgia
October 2!, disappeared after staying
here nine dnyB. Tho family concluded ho
had been killed but on Monday they re
ceived word from Georgia that tho cat
wns ut his old home. Georgia Is 1.", miles
from here hy direct road and of course
no one can t"!l how mnny miles more
than that Reubrti traveled In going thero.
Clnrence Huwnnl, Mr. Metcnlf's nephew,
brought the cat back here Thursday.
Reuben Is n big fellow, having weighed
12 pounds before he took his Journey.
Rny Pierce, mall tiansfer clerk nt tho
C. V. R. R. station. Is the first success
ful deer hunter reported In this placo.
While hunting on the plains toward Es
sex Ctnter Into Friday afternoon In
company with Albert Coderrc, ho shot a
buck weighing about ITS pounds, which
had eight points.
A cancelling nnd stamping machine
has been placed In tho postofflce. Post
master VIele turned out 1.M0 letters
with It m l"?s than nn hour and a half
Walter B. Johnson, propr etor of the
Johnson Hotel which was destroyed by
fire Sunday night, will probably build n
dwelling ho' so on his lot at the corner
of Central and Lincoln Btreets and It Is
likely that tho hotel will be built at some
later date nlthough nothing definite has
been decided as yet. Mrs. Johnson lost
several hundred dollnrs' worth of Jewelry
and clothing which werolockedlnher room.
She was In Burlington nt the time. Her
lops Included her watch nnd one which
wns her brother's, who recently died, one
or two valuable diamond rings, several
keepsakes, etc.
Miss Frances K. Mother died nt the
homo of her sister, Mr.'. Alexander T.
Arkley. Tuesday evening after an Illness
of four mounths. Miss Mother was a
prominent teacher In Providence, R. I.
The funeral which will bo private will bo
held Thursday morning with burial In
Kugene Rockwood has returned to Chi
cago after spending a week with his
mother. Mrs. Mtariette Rockwood The
Rev. Mr. Smith of Colchester preached In
the Congregational Church Sunday. Miss
Kdlth Blgelow gave a blithday party
Saturday evening.
Lieutenant anil Mrs. Allan Willlnms
and dnughter returned Friday evening
from a few days In Burlington. Mr.
and Mrs. lirnest Gomo are both 111.
News has been received of thn snfe ar
rival of Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Wilbur at
Portland. Ore .Mrs. Mux A. nuzzell
has been ill fur a few days. Miss Ilnzel
Pettlnglll came home from ICsscx Friday
to remain over Saturday and Sunday.
The only successful deer hunter report
ed Friday In this locality was AVarrcn
B. Day, who got a ISO pound buck on
the Kstcx plains about eight o'clock In
tlu morning. This Is tho third year that
M". Day has succeeded In getting a deer
ea'ly In the first dny of the season.
Theie an many hunters from out of
town In r". while the hunters In this
legion have moved to towns nearer the
Iiioimuin.-Mi'. and Mrs. Otis Hefflon
of Los Angeles, Cal., who have been
visitirg at Mr. Thompson's on the Den
nis farm, havo gone to Florida for tho
wlnter.-Wlthin a week a iltizen of the
village picked dandelion, buttercup nnd
wiltl strawberry blio-soins from the road
ride. Fai orable comment Is heard re
guiding the well lighted condition of
the stiee's o-- this vlllngo as compared
with similar villages round about. Sev
eral strut lights were put out last year
and a Uw more this year and nearly
nil are kent lighted well Into tho night.
-The Rev. William Cashmore returned
Friday evening from South Shaftshury,
whetc hu was called to officiate at the
funeral of a former parishioner. John
Cohtello, who has been In New York
tor sfveral months', has returned. Mr.
and Mf. 1 Johnson of Burlington
spent Hun run) In town. -Mts. Ilelt
(liooili l1, hltnev has sold her crenmeiy
In Uiisiul i" Uo .Montgomery of Fn
1, -thill, who wHI take Immediate pos
st s.-.o .. Mis. Whitney and daughter,
l.ain'1.1 expect ' cine hetn to llvo
i.ith In r paients. .Mr. and Mis. DeimH
I., in ml. -The I'l l'- Sir. I'ashmoro was
in UiMt'ird Siiiuiday. Friday evening
a ; m:e number of the young people of
the illhit;e attended the "peanut social"
at the home uf Mr. nnd Mis. G. W.
Fo-ttt. it' ler the atlbplces of the Baptist
iliui.il. il'.ue a pleasant evening was
spuil. A n n .Mi Lnne of Wistl'uid bus
b-iu iisiitng Udwttnl Vntncy.
.'lis. 1 '11 until .Stevens of Uurllngloii canio
Tu mI.i.i inoi nlng from Uurllngton to
lsit hei 1l.1111.hler, Mis. Jml T. Vnrni-y
Tie if will '"' ' bo social and harvest
-ale al tin pni'liU'H of the Conm'eg.ltlonal
Chun li Friday evening from sl until
lf. hit k. The it flair Is In charge of
the bo's' iiiiuinb'.eil elas.s of the Sunday
sebum and th" pniceeils aro to be used
tiiwaitl the inhslnnary cullertloit of the
ili.- I Min A. !h own Is In I'ndcrhlll for
a few days. Homer lUilmes of Hurling
ton spent Tiieiln In town. Mr. nnd Mis.
W. I. U.iliiuion iiubtl.i obsi-m-d their
goblin wetldinn niibli ersary yestcidiiy.
F. S. TomlliHon has completed building
n garage for F. B. Williams. Miss licu
Inh Atkins, 11 turned Monday fiom Bur
I'nei"''. w'u-i'e she spent a few ilnvs. -
.., -l p. e at home fiiilll S
Albans, when, sho lua becu for two
woeka. Mrs. .in Ini-tt tt.r.-h 1.
Jericho Center for n ,,ii.. .nt.
-.,,,, IVIUl
daughter. Mrs. nv trni,... ,.
iiiiii -'-"ij. .urs, 1.
Williams, who hnn been conrined to
llOUSO for Six Weeks hV iltnra t l.t
bo out-Otis Terrlll of Morrisvlllo
uirnea wonciay nftnr a visit with
parents, Mr. nml Mrs. I G. Terr'
John Flood has moved Into tho Hub
son tenement.
Miss Abba HoVOV of Hftrrinr1e.tr la
guest of her cousins, Mrs. Harriot 1
Kins and Mrs. K. B. Jordan -Frank
Ransom came homo Saturday even
from Monlpellor to remain over Stun!
Miss Gcnlo, Barber of Rssex Ctt
Pnint Shtmlnt t.t lti .. 1
parents. Mr nml if tt, . ,,,,.
William Pollard shot si ,Wr i.ri,i,. .
Irving Ballard ono Saturday. Mrs. V
Ham Monell of Now York city, who I
been visiting hor brother, Harland
Hall, has gone to Rurllngton to visit 1
ririri.ftta Mr .. . .
" tura. iienry Hal
.Miss Blanche Wilder leaves this wt
tor 1-lorldn.. iv hitrt, M.n . , .
wlntor.-Mrs. L. D. Moulton, who l
with rheumatism, Is lmnrovlnc.M.-a
U. Jordan was In Uurllngton Saturday
Clifton Story exnecta to ,.t.. .. 1 .
- - j.,e
initn ror tho -wlnter.-Mr. nnd Mrs. Jam
sjaiioru win go to Hast Herkshlro tl
week to bo present nt tho golden wc
fllnn nnntitMidnnf n v.
wurenis, .
nnd Mrs. Prank Hnrlrl. wMn i.. 4
obscrVf-d N'nvnnihnr ti
wius nt iifimn nvfr Uniu n. n.
ti.iu or Vermont.
Fnlon services of tho ConKrega.t,r,n
nna .iieinorllst Churches wi-m hnt 1
tho Comrreeritlnnnl f-hnru e, ,.....
Int? nml aro to bo held nt tho Method!
Church Tucfdav ovonlnp nt tor.
- .w.. ,.u.iit.v eve
work is bclnff l:cnt by tho chnrrh
homo missionary uv.ek -Frank Mnvvll
wji ant h ruin n twim l)nrtl.,.n.. .
u. .in i,uii 11 v ou;
ftni' 111UU ATMlend .1
renco Mnrtln of Lsnic .Timftirt
miiti uiiiiav .li ti. 1 .1 n in'n
l."!fnQt T7rr-orr. r9 Ck,.1.1 . r, ,
. n . . v,k uiiviuuii njIJUl, OUUUil
at Mrs. C. E. Rogers'. Aldls Howey nn
A , - . T r. . ... . ... . .
The vllbgo schools will olosq Frida
nfternnnn fnt IVtr. nl.n .!-..! ..tu
re-opening Monday, December 2, for th
raf f hfr.n nnAlm nA.. 4 mi
plvlntr exurdsrs will bo held Friday aft
M(t-a Umlr. , l ,
."Viucn interest i.q bolnff shown In th
honrnfil fnr MAimt ri!n.ili'n TT,,1.I t-
nn entertainment which Principal Wood
ruff la plannlnp t'o prosont before Chrlat
in n 1 1 1 r? )i n tu 1 if ti m m u -Vi nnl
aro to havo tho lending nnrta nnd wnnrli
,l..lltn ...III t. I 1... -
At cq TrnitfTrtB finrl Uao AT.-, t rl ,r
the vlll-iffo cometery,
ow iuiib 01 any, raucn erain, nnu bovoh
rov-. Tho horso bam was Eaved and
uio iiwiiop iw iciii .ui. iVUari imu JU3H
fi..i..i .t 111.1 o 1 a
11 Vint-. t Vi ftmn. kwlVr. n.. W . .... i
in 11 kuu itt. u ut jtw uui, buu uuau 04
nrVilnlt la nut trnrni'M fTOi 1na I a w.,...
yi.-VjO and C.0O0.
Vt r AT fitlmrl Id Q 1 1 n rl o t onhAnl taah1iD
iw iimu" v u utu nunwui a well
held, tho Z's had tho largest attendance
and tho supper which was to be given b?
tho losing sldo will be given In th
church parlors Thursday evening. Th
As will provide and serve tho supper
also furnish candy and entertainment.
'Tlift .iinrtpr Its nnlv fnr mpmhtirq nf thi.
Sunday school. The regular meeting of
Champlaln Chnpter, N'o. 5S, O. E. S., will
bo held Friday evening, and D. D. O. M.
Mrs. Lorllla Tobey of Hlnesburg Is ex
pected to mako her official visit nt thbt
time. B. A. Riifsell of East Shelburne,
who lost his cow barn by flro Monday
nltrht, had ver' small Insurance on ta
property, so that it was almost a total
loss. He Is repairing another Darn to ao
commodato his dairy.
Eight deer have been shot In this town
thus far by tho following: A. G. Hlssett,
Harry Uerry. YV. O. White. G. W. Pat
mor. Win. D11h11a.uo of Richmond, V.
Ij. Rlnford of St. Albans and Gcorgo tv.
Chandler of Wlnooskl. Mr. nnd Sirs.
Holmes of Charlotte were guests of Dr.
and Mrs. J. J. Ross over Sunday. .V
fair opened Saturday evening and wilt
continue this week for tho benefit of tin
Church of Our Mdy of tho Holy Rosary,
Mrs. Mary Leonard returned Sat
urday from Troy, N. Y., where sht
hns been the guest of her daughter, Mrs.
W. h. Whitney, the past week. Tho AH
Circle of King's Daughters will met-t
nt tho vestry of the Congregatlon.il
Church Friday nftenioon. Verne GnQ
of Uurllngton Is visiting his mother,
Mrs. Marcia Greon, for a few days,
The King's Daughters Sale will be hell,
tn the parish house Frldav evening,
Fancy articles, home-made candles, ci'
feo and ice-cream will be sold Wedn s
day evening. November 27 tho youn
people wi hold tt box social In tho parNIi
house. Miss Minnie Hays visited school
In town Tuesday and Wednesday
Charles Hendcison of Uurllngton vlsltel
friends here Tuesday.
H. Run- Palmer, Lewis Palmer. Frnnl
St. George and Atthur St Geoigo hnv(
gone to Warren for deer hunting Lew'.
C Heel s has purchased of Edmund 11
Field of Santu U.irlmrn. Cal, the &l-.i"'
lot adjoining his farm. The lot was c.r i
lnally a portion of the fatm belonging t4
thn l.tte Alonzo H Marker -Mrs Gaylortt
Ualdwln and two children of Monkton,
whose home was recmtlv b-inied, ar
st tylng for the present with Mrs. Uald
win's parents, Mr. and Mrs O. W. Prln
dle. MNs Mary Qutnl.in has resumeil
teaching In No. 11 after nn Illness of 11
week or more, when her place was sun
plied b Mrs. James 11. Ulllson Mrs. W
11. H. Vnrnoy Is recovering from an At
tack of tho grlp.-The L-idles' Aid society
of tho Uaptist Chunh will give 11 chicken
pie supper at the vestry Friday nvniilng.
Mrs. T. S. Heiry hits telutned from i.
two weeks' visit In Richmond. Mr. anS.
Mrs. Mortimer Reynolds returned Satur
dnv fiom ,11 two weeks' visit In Spring
field mid 'Montpelier --Cay Uerry Is la
JliirlliiBtoii. Mr and Mis. Goinell ate cn-U-rtalnlntT
ulatlvcs from New Yorlc
The honii" of Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Liel
ot Wlllistiiu was well filled to coli l)rat
their golden widdlng anniversary Mon
dnj afternoon nnd evening. Tho gucsMJ
were received by Mr. und Mrs, Ijoct,
Mrs Illrani fiivgoi, and Mr
linlmt Norman. Tin' 1 10 w i
Ucioratcil with jclioiv, pink.

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