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I Advertising in this column
, one cent a word, each in
sertion. Cony may lid
changed every week. Cash
in advance required. No
I advertisement taken whi'ili I
is less than 12 words, two i
lines. Spee.inl terms to ad
vertisers usinir from 2!50 to
1.000 lines within 12 eon
hecutivc months.
NTF,D TO HXCHAXiii: largo
threshing machine fur gnsnlltif engine.
J., I'w Press of fire. 14,(il&w,lt
00 YH" nrod me; private detective? Will
go anywhere. Kox 211. St. Albans, Vt.
TIll'STV OLDISH MAN or inati and
wife wanted on farm, permanent place.
X , erne Free Press. H.titifcw.lt
ANTHD some one to liny the creamery
here In South Hoyaltoii, Vt. Write X. J.
1'otvviii. 2Sw,-lt.
W VNTED Limited numlier of yotinK
women for three years' course In a Gen
eral Hospital. For Information apply to
The Itandolph Sanitut Inm, Iluridoliih,
Vt 27,w3t.
HOYS lietwecti 10 and 20, leant to he a
walttr. net as truy hoys now. Position
in rm. ill' lit. JSi piy month and board.
St, ile ni;e, bright, weight and refer
t ii' J. i:. Donnelly, Atlantic City,
X. J. 2T.lt
business of the late PoHt nevcrtux for
tale with stock and tools, or will sell
stock ulcne. Will be so'd regardless of
coft In order to settle tho estate. IS
George St. lyi.d&w.tf.
HATCIIWOKK-Scnd us a dime for the
llnm.-stcnd Package, bright new cali
coes, large pieces. Your money's worth
every time. Kox 217, Meilelcn, Conn.
SI, Nil "OH PKICK LIST of farms, etc.
X ,1 Pntvin, Ileal Instate Dealer, South
royalton, Vt. 2il,w,tf.
Ilntlatid. A S. Nllrs, who has been In
town, has trtnrncil to Morrlsville A joint
Installation ot the newly elected olllcers
of William 1 Itnssell Post, No. Kt, (1. A.
It., mid of Wllllnm P. Hnsscll Circle, No.
i", Ladles of the O, A. II., was held Tues
day evening. Mrs. FJIznbeth Crannclly of
this village was the. Installing orfjeer for
the ladles of the circle mid the olllcers
Installed nre; President, Mrs. Robert T.
Morse; renlor vice, Mrs. Kmlly Hiltly;
Junior vice, Mis. Jerome Notiind; con
ductor, Mrs. IMwnrd Woostcr; treasurer,
Mrs. I.unu Morrison! secretary, Mrs
Florence. IMily; guard, Miss Theresa
Woostcr, assistant gnaid, Mrs, Kllzabeth
Ciannelly. Department t'omniandor A.
A. Xllcs of Morilsvllle Installed tho fol
lowing olllceis of the post: Commander,
Charles K. Volltt, 8. V., Walter J. Rose:
,1. V.. Martin Harrows; Q. M., J. II.
Xolimd; adjutant, Wllllani L. Cndy; O. D
J. M. Tincy; O. W. W. Martin; S. fj
ll.Nlwurd Omilctt; surgeon, ltohert Mnn
jney. Tho ladles served a bamiuct. Tho
I post and circle will meet on the Hccond
ami lourtn lucsuay evenings of ench
month. Mr. and .Mrs. K. p. Cuslimnn
left Tuesday noon fur Portland, Ore.,
where they will visit their daughter and
her husband, Dr. and Mrs. Hoy S.
Stearns, for several months. Miss F.mitin
Wilcox leaves to-day for the Kerninda
Islands, where she will spend tho balance
of the winter. Mrs. Peter Ferlnnd hns
gonu to Kurlliigtoii, called there liy the
Illness of her husband, who Is at the
Fanny Allen hospital. - Mrs. .Marlon
Thomas has gone to Daytona, Flu., where
she. will spend the balance of the winter.
Walter Tuft had the nilsfottiine to
bleak his Irs Monday. He was on a. load
of Ions, when the same tipped over, pin
ning him underneath. o. W. Foigustm
was elected master at the grange Friday
night In place of K. K. F.ildy resigned,
nnd Mrs. Kate Illll wn.s elected chaplain.
.Mrs. Jnncttec Xorton Is at home from
an extended visit In Lincoln. Mis. W. X.
Hill, Stephen Hanson and Samuel Taft
are 111.
Mis. John I.. Jones eiiteilnhit d the
.Moravian club Saturday afternoon. Pa
pers piepaied by Mrs. A. M. Smith and
.Miss North were on Hrazll and ISr.izilian
exports-. .Mrs. Hugh llaker, who has
been Willi her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
J. Joins, since Chil.stnius, returned to lur
home In SS wmi ton Tuesday, The schools,
which were closed because of measles,
will open again Monday. Dr. Shaiou was
In Kiiiilngtnn 'Monday. Miss Maud Farn
baiu spent Sunday with her parents, Mr.
ami Mrs. K. CS. Fatnhnm. Mrs. Tavlor
or Cornwall l.s tlie finest of her lister,
Mrs. K F. Townscnd. John Dumas is 111
with the grip.
2H-COW FA KM FOIt SALK-tlood hunti
ngs, well w.itend, plenty of wood, tim
ber and fruit. In a Rood loe-itlon. One
thousand dollars down and balance on
i'ii".v terms. W. V. Farr, 77 IJuell street,
Il'irliiiRton, Vt. Wt&wlt
Dining 'Room
Til St. Paul SI reel, Ililrllnutoii Vermont.
Off! 'p 14Ti Cherry street II. W. Iiul
lc lc proprietor. Fine Shirt, Collar and
"uff Work 'Plione itS-ll or send post
1 ml driver will call.
'radical number-, mil s ten in Fitters,
!)! St. I'nill .Street.
cxt North liurlliiuton Savings Hank.
'in .uin ial meeting of Hie slo. (.holders
3 the Farmeis' XI ehanle.s' Savings
'nstit '.on ,t Trust company will be
i Id .it the banking bouse of the Mer
dunls' Xational Dank ot Hiirlimiton. Vt..
n Wednesday, January 22. iai3, at 11
J lock a. in., for tlie eleeilon of tl ustees.
I,. F.. MdoDHOrsi:, Tirasiirer.
Ii irllnpton, Vt , Dei 2e. l'jl.' 2C,w,l!
169 Nrth St. Tel. 365,
Call AiiHWereil liny or Nluht.
lloUKhest Ki'tt
0 n earth, in-
1 l eases e(?MT pro
duction. T h n
original sil c.i
(tilt. Avoll substltutPH, Ask
your local dealer, or send
51. 00 for two 100-lb bujfs
f. o. Ii. ears. Audits want
ed, lldp.n Hill Silica Hock
Pox 1' New Ilrunawick. X. J.
200 n-rr, 2" cow finni Johnson, Vt., I 1-2
miles to village and depot, good house, 2
story barn, r. water, lurse orchard, Rood
niprnr bush, plenty of wood nnd timber,
machine woiked tlelds, 2 Iroises, 15 cows,
'0 younK cattle, iiIkh and liens, all hay
snd fodder, nil funning, sugar and dairy
locls, tn fact cwrythlni; needed for only
H.2S.0, cash Jl.ao, bal. easy at V"c. also a
iIr trnde In a 10-cow farm In Underhlll,
") will trade for city propel ty
ms coi.i.ncr, .sTiinirr,
HiirlliiKtun, - Vrriiinnt.
(Contlimrit in in liner 1.)
Myron Sanford gavo an Interesting talk
upon hi' travels abroad. Miss Paulino
Allies and Mr. Kendall gaVe several vocal
Milos. Ill treshinentH were served by the
hostesses of the evening, MiH. Alnes, Mrs.
Ilngar Miss Mary Cady and Mrs. H. A.
Peck Kugrne O'llourke, son of the late
tiwen O'ltoiirlio of Middlebury, and for
most of hl.s life a resident of this town,
riled In Holyolie, Mass., Tuesday after nil
Illness of only about 10 days.. The funeral
will bo held in Holyoko with high mass
this morning and the remains will bo
i ought hern on tho 3:15 train this after
roon and will bo tnken Immediately to
Mm Catholic cemetery for biirlul, Mr.
D'ltourko had many fileuds in Middle
bury Ho Is survived bv n widow anil one
laughter, Mrs. Wllllani II. Murray of
Mi- Lmin.i Purccll and Alexander
Cnninio, both of Panton, weie married
Wednesday afternoon, Jan. S', at St.
i Petcr'.s Church by the Ilev. L. A. Vezlna
Dr. V. W. Waterman and family hao
returned from a week's stay In Durllng-ton.-'.Miss
M. Hiesnalian lias u turned
tiom Pioctor, where she was detained
last weik bv the Illness at her mother,
a-id b.is resumed her duties as teacher
In the high school There were
no services In the Congregational Church
Sunday on account of the Illness of the
pastor, tin; Hev. nlchard G. Woodbrldge.
The condition of Mrs. Wilcox Is so
much improved that her purse has re
turnid to Rutland. The market price
Tor eggs hero Saturday was U5 cents.
Tlie three sons of Mr. and Mis. A. W.
Hawkins and tin children of Mr. and
Mrs. Flunk Oage are 111 with the measles.
.Mrs. W. !,. Porter is 111 with pneumonia.
Tho iMilghts of Methodism will hold
tlnlr meeting Friday evening. While
splitting wood recently Homer Hawkins
fnllicied a severe gash on one. font. Miss
Flora Louth rassoil Sunday with Miss
Anna Tier.-Mrs. Ilattle Pratt has
euiiui'ii i rum a visit to her mother
In Last Middlebury. Superintendent
i Douglass Is reroveilng from an at
tack of the grlp.-Frank L. Ttobblns
of St. Albans visited N. J. Renaud Katur
d.i .A, J. lilucknirr of Middlebury and
X D. Hissonette of lliistol were In town
Saturday. The condition of State's At
torney F. W. Tuttle. who 1ms h,n lit
witli the grii. Is improving. Benjamin
Fisher of .Middlebury College passed Sun
d ly with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H.
P Fi.-her.-Dlstrlct Deputy Philip Crane
of Middlebury visited Plerpolnt Lodge.
Knights of Pythias, Friday evening. Dm
lug tlie evening tlie second rank was
worked on one candidate and at the close
Hfresliinents weie served. .Miss Grace
Fisher returned Satmday to Alstead,
N H., to resume her duties as teacher
In a private school niter u visit to her
I'.innts, .Mr. and Mis. II. P. Fisher. Mr.
.nd .Mrs. William Miner have returned
o Holyolie, Mass., after a visit to his
mother In Panton. "Tlie lied Piastres,"
a Spanish drama, ably presented at tin
opera house Filduy evening by students
'.'m St. i'thnel's College, was greeted
by a good audience. Tho proceeds were
for the binellt of St. Peter's Church. The
W. C. T. 1'. met Tuesday afternoon at
3:2-1 v,lth Mrs. W. It. Urlsto!.-A daughter
was born Satuiday to Mr. and Mrs. John
'. Hayes. Mrn. David Huberts with her
little dan:hter Is visiting her mother, Mrs.
Km mu Field. Mrs. H. C. Ilerilck under
went a successful surgical operation at
the Mary Fletcher hospital Filduy.
Tho annual meetln.r of tbf First Con
gregational Church of this city was held
Monday i veiling and leports fiom the
dllfeient officer wire read and approved,
after which the following olUcers and
committees were elected: Clerk for onn
year, w. W. Iitlatol; trfnsuur fur ono
year. W S Ilrlistol; deacon for three
years, W. n. Pilstol; trustee lor thrco
yens, W, II. Ilrlstol; Snpd.i school
superintendent, c. A. Hrlstol; soliciting
co.nmlttic, W. S. KrUtnl, F. I.. Fish, C.
II. Cole; benevolence committee, F. W.
Giave-, C. A. Hrlstol; master committee,
Mrs. W. J. Stion:.' .Mrs, O. F. O'Klmb.ill,
II. C. Ilerilck. Mrs. A. W. Norton. He-
reshiuents weie served.
Mrs. John Donoviiii Is nblu to be out
after a. several days illness.
Joseph Diibuc an agrd nnd respected
clllyen, dbd Tuesday aftornoon at his
home tn FerrisburK fiom tho effects of
a shock sustained three years ago, In
the Tilth Jiur of Ills age, Mr. Duhuc was
born In Canada and camo to this coun
try M years ago and with the exception
of two jeniH in this city and two years
111 Mlilrilcburj. resided In Fcrrlsbui g,
whole he conducted a blacksmith shop.
Resides a wife he leaves three sous,
Josiph und lleniy of Fenisburg, and
Hiuvcy of this city; eight daughters,
Mrs. Albeit Larrow, Mis. .Maria lllnlr
and Mrs. Arthur Hruy.i and Mrs. Arthur
Stone of this city, Mrs. Harold Parmeter
of Taunton, Mass., Mrs. George F.vuts,
Mrs. hdwuiil Dalgiieault mid Mrs. Stan
ley Hacou of FerrisburK. bo Is also sur
vived by 31 grandchildren nnd three
great-gnindchlldien. Tho funeral will bo
held at SI. Peter's Church Friday morn
ing ,it ten o'clock. -Mrs. Clmrlottee Mc
Fndden of Granville, N, Y., Is visiting
her slstir, Mm. F. N, Graves. Mrs. HI
len Robert of Rutland Is visiting Mr.
and Mrs, Frank Ross. Abraham Cohen
visited in Iluiilngton Tuesday. Hen
Mmln, tho young son of Clifford Pnt-m-auil,
who had been III with pneumonia,
has been Inlten to the Fanny Allen hos
plli.', Wlnnoskl, for treatment Aaron
Cohen has recently purchased a house
on Winooskl avenue, llurllngtoti, for
?:',90o. Mr, Cohen expect!, his wlto and
children lo come tmm St. Petersburg,
lltisnln, noxt summer nnd occupy the
house, while he will continue hl;i bust
Hess here. Allen Larrow ban gone to
the Fanny Allen hospital lo lie opernted
on for npppmllcltls. Mlas Mary Ross has
gone lo ltullnnd.-TIi whist party given
Tiusday evening ut Grange hall by tho
Vergfhueit Improvemrnt society was en
joyable. The committer! In charge was:
Mi.-, c. Stebblns. Mrs. Thomas Muck,
Mrs. J. II Donnelly, Mrs. Edward Pllon,
Mrs. Cnsslus Warner nnd Mrs. W. S.
Hrlstol, Mrs. II. J3. McGoverti won llrst
prize and Wnlter Dalrymple, second. Tho
receipts Were $ii1.-News has been re
ceived of the Illness from pneumonia of
Dr. K. J, Severance, who formerly prac
ticed inrdlelm; In this city. A Joint meet
ing of ail the mlsslnnnry societies of St.
Paul's parish will be held this afternoon
nt Si.K) ut tho rectory. Miss Annie T.
Smith of lliirllngton, president of tho
Woman's nuxlllniy ot this district, will
be present and speak.
Dr. Townscnd wus thrown from his
sleigh nnd stistnlnrd severe bruises about
the face last week. A social will be held
nt the vestry January 23. Mrs. J, II.
Fletcher Is somewhat better. A daughter
was born l ist wi et to Mi. and Mrs. Fd
ward Cnursey.Mlsfl 'Med.i Russell Is
visiting at Urattleboro.
Stella Cros.1 Is gaining. W. .1. Wood Is
111 wilh the grip. Mrs. Harold Newton Is
ill. The (!. A. R. society was entei tallied
Friday evening by the Rev. and Mis. C.
T. Reekie. i'he funeral of David Jack
son was largely attended at his home
Thursday, the Rev. C. T. Reekie ofllclHl
Ing. Ilurlal was In the family lot. -Mis.
George Thomas and little daughter are
111. -I.Uriel Wood Is 111 with the grip.
Sylvester Wilson of Oneida, X. V., Is
Wsltlng his aunt, Mrs. Kugene Cox. Mr.
and .Mrs. Karl Cox have gone to Cornwall,
where the have a poMtlnn. -Harry V.in
crlette Is m.lklng extentlve repairs on
his More. W. Kaiio Mender, wife and
daughter sptnt Sunday with his patents,
Mr. and Mis. K. W. Mender.
While Alfred Cram was drawing wood
near his house Ihe load overturilid anil
Mt. Cram was seriously Injured. -Willar.l
Fisher, one of the olden citizens, died
at hla homo Sunday. The funeral was
held at the house Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. John Stoddard entei tallied tin;
Ladies' Aid of the Congregational Church
January S.
G. A. Thayer and L. K. Jarkman have
leturned from Montpeller. Ira Cram and
family are moving from South Lincoln
to the-Lowel Delong house. Joseph
St long Is In poor health. Ai tlinr Atkins
has been conlllied to the house with tho
Klip this week. Mr. and Mis Wallace
Hannah are in poor health and are mov
ing In with their son, Daniel Hannah.
James Moody continues 111. Rlanrhu
Griggs Is ill with measles. O. K. Col
burn and A. C. Merrill attended the dairy
men's meeting at Htirlltigton last week.
William Martell has moved Into George
Garland'.s tenement. Schools opened
Jnn. H with a fair attendance. Mrs. I.
A. Colby is a little better. Qulnry Mor
slll lias returned to Charlotte.
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Hrynnt have gono
to Malone to visit their son, F. 11. Hrynnt.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Layton Klllott are. visiting
nt S. N. Huell's and L. II, Rhodes. J. K.
Rhodes of St. Albans visited at L. II.
Hhedes Monday, .Mr. Moody letnalns
about the same. C. c. Claik was at
home over Sunday from Montpeller.
Tho Giange Installed officers Saturday
Mis. Norman Swinlugton Is lltlng in
Tkonderoga, N. Y.--U. II. Roberts ei
malns in poor health. Charles Phelps,
who has been confined to his bed for
several weeks. Is gaining slowly. Kvan
l.amorder. who has been ill wilh asthma
is eoiival-scent.
The Hi George II. Hnlley, pastor of
the fungi 'National Church, has iccelved
nnth e i l - i lection as a corxir,itu mem
ber of t . American board of conunls
sloneih lor lorelgn missions. The position
carries with it not only high duties and
lesponMblllties but also lerounltlon of
meritorious service. This honor conies as
u lilting tribute, to a long effh lent ministry
In the denomination.
.Miss Hernlcu Twltchell has leturmd to
her school duties ut Gulden City, L. I.
Miss Dorothy Rattles of Cornwall, ,i tor
mer teacher In town, .spent Saturday and
Sunday with Miss Ida Halley. -Xews has
been iccelved of the si lions Illness ot
Lucius H. Dodge at his home In Rutland.
Mr. Dodge, spent nearly all his life In
town. The Congrrgitlon.il society held
tlie annual church meeting and loll-cnl!
Saturday. At a tecent meeting f the
Sunday school of the Methodist Church
Hie following ofllcers wore elected: Su
perintendent, J. S. Shaw; secretary, .Miss
vwnnln Warner; treasurer, 11. L. Thomp
son; organist, Miss Kmma Raker; li
brarian, Mrs. M. A. Parklli.-Thi. Henry
family will give an entertainment under
the auspices or the Social and Improve,
incut society at the town hall three even
ings, eomenclng Monday evening.
A pretty wedding was .solemnized ut the
Methorilsl Kplscopiil Church Wednesday
evening when Miss Fannie, only daugh
ter of .Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Slnon, was
united in iiiairlage to Carl, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Peter Smith, In the presence of
u larso company of guests. The church
wits prettily trimmed with evergreen and
flowers, tho colons being green and white.
Promptly at 7:3o o'clock the bridal p.uly
entered the church, the four ushers,
Messrs, Andrew and Claire Hrydla, Per
ley and William Stagg, lending, followed
by the groom nnd his brother, Ciaience,
who acted as best man. Immediately
alter camo the four bridesmaid, the
.Misses KUen Gongh, lllnnchn Ilolfnagle,
Millie and Dell Douglas, followed by the
brldo attended by the maid of honor, Ml.-s
Hertlut Grandey. The ceremony was per
formed beneath an arch of evergreen and
white Mowers. The Rev. J. II, Long offi
ciated, the ring service being used. The
brldo was becomingly attired In white
messaline with chiffon over whlto French
knot nnd ribbon plaiting as trimmings,
tho dress being cut en tralne, She worn
a veil and cnrrlod a large arm bouquet of
whlto carnations. Tho maid of honorworo
tun messnllneandcarrled pink carnutlons,
wearing cap to match. Two of tho brides
maids wern gowned In while over pink
and thn other two In whlto ovsr light bluo
and each carried a. bouquet of pink car
nations and woro caps to match. The
bride's gifts to her molds was a pearl
brooch. Thn gronm'HclftH to tho ushers
and the best man wcro slick plus.. An
oiehestra of three pieces. Mr. and .Mrs
Carl Rensnn, violin and piano, and John
Dalgnenult, cornet, furnished mitsle
throughout tho ovenlng A reception was
held In thnchurch parlors, which had been
tastefully decorated for the oecnslon. Re.
Ireshinents were served. Miss Hl.iiiclu;
Smith, sister of the nroom, presided at
tlie punch bowl nnd the Misses Florence, b is employment
'.'iiiii.i aim .Manor lingers nun i-o'im in.
tro served. The bride was the reelpb nt
of many gifts, Including linen, clilna, cut
glass, silverware und money. They left
on the southbound trull) for u wedding
tour. Among those present from away
were Mr, nnd Miv. George Slnon, broth,
cr of the bride, Mr. nnd Mrs. Alexander
Miller of llurllngtoti, W. C. Footo and
family of Vergeiuies. The ladles ot the
Home Circle will hold their annua! sale
nnd supper nt the Methodist Church on
the ovenlng of January 22,-Mrs. Cynthia
Xewtoii has returned to L. W. Spaiild
lug's after spending several weeks lit O.
II. Sherman's n Iturllngton. The Rev.
W. It. Hudson und family nre visiting
her paretit In Riooklyn, N. V. Mr. and
Mrs, P. 1 1. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. A. S.
Rusco, W. R. White and Mr. and Mrs. (.'.
W. Spanldlng were visitors this week In
Mr. nnd Mrs. Vane Wnrrincr of lliook.
Held was called here by the death of
their nephew.-. II. Ilrown Is In Ran
dolph und Hethel fur a few days. Chal les
llostwlck has relumed from Canada and
Is visiting his sister and family in llethel,
Mrs. Kva Waslibui ne. -William, the six-year-old
sou of Mr. and Mis. George
Parish, biok,. bis light leg while coasting
down a ;tcep hill Saturday. Km In, sun
uf Mr. and .Mrs. lMwanl Rostwick, tiled
Jnnnaiy i! al font o'clock at the uge of
19 years. The funeral was held on the
ninth and was vciy hugely attended. The
Hev. F. P.. Nelson of Munchctcr, X. H.,
officiated. The deceased was r. member of
Kingston Grange and was elected chaplain
nt the Inst meetlne He Is survived bv
his parents and one brother. Riley Host
wick, who vps at home. Those who at
'ended tile funeral fiom out or town wem
Mis. L'vu Washburn of llethel, Mrs.
George Fair, Mrs. Mibel llurke und G. I.
WI!on and K. Laitln of llnneoek. The
'Irange attended In a boil v. The Moral
ifferlngs were numerous and beautiful,
initial wan In the family lot In the North
cemetery. The ben rets were bis father
and brother, Vane Wnrdner and c. liost
vlck, uncles of the deceased.
Dwito of Huntington Center were guests
Monday nt Andrew llnllork's.--.Mr nnd
Mis. Newman Shepnrd wen; called to
Rt.'irkshoro Tucsdny ns their uncle, Wal
ter Tnft, had met with nn noidont In
which he broke his leg. Howell Mullock
hns gone to Huntington Center, wheio he
Mis. 1. J. Kverest Is III with the gilp.
J. 1''. Rowley of Philadelphia. Is guest of
Ills parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. F. K. Rowley,
Mr. nnd Mrs. .1. K. Davis nre visiting In
Plttsford, George Peel; returned to Ran
dolph Monday. Mr. L. M. Rowley Is
visiting In New Hampshire.
The special services announced for tins
week will be postponed till next week.
The prayer meeting will be held, ns usual,
on Thursday evening. Saturd:. evening
there will be a social III the v -stry, rf'.veii
by the Knricnvor society. Tne program
will he furnished by Mlddlebuiy College
Foid.ire WNell of Orwell and Miss Nel
lie Welsh of Hubbard' m were married
at Castleton Jan. 7. They will live In
Orwell. Hands Cove chapter, D. A. It.,
celebrated gentlemen's night In the town
hall Monday night. The annual ball of St.
Paul's court. C. O. F., will be held Jan
uary 22. Miss Millie Crow returned to
Newton, Macs., Thursday. W. A. Jen
nings returned from Montpeller Saturday
evening. .1. A. Merrill has sold his farm
to IMvvnnl Ross of Hague, N. V.-F. H.
Kimball continues to gain. The play
given by 'oral talent Friday evening In
the town hall was a success. D. S. Hnb
bltt has leased his block to M. Naylor.
F. K. Hay I building a new ire house.
S. D. Hlshop was In Hull. mil Saturday.
It. C. Young. L. )!. Ncedham nnd Frank
Charlton returned to county court Tues
W. T. Drake has sold his place on the
corner of West nnd Maple streets to I..
O. Chapln. Thn Addison county W. C. T.
1'. executive meeting will be h,.lil with
Mrs. W. N. Gove Saturday at 10:30 a, m.
Lunch will be served at noon. The Ver
gennes, Monkton nnd Lincoln unions aio
expected lo be preson!. Clarence Lang
worthy has gone t" .Middlebury, wheie
he Is employed by Dr. Harter. F. I..
Hasseltlue spent Sunday with his fi.mlly
In Rutland. The Itaptlst Sunday school
has elected the following ofllcers: As
sistant superintendent, Olln Wing; secre
tary, Philip Lawrence; treasurer, A. W.
Gove; chorister, -Miss Illanrhe Jacobs;
organist, JJIss Alice Rider. The super
intendent is elected at tlie annual chuich
meeting Januaiy 15. Fifteen liilstol mer
rhants will close their places ot business
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Fri
day evenings during January. February,
March und April, Two others will close
lu January and February. The Outlook
club will meet with Mrs. F. H. Ilingham
Friday afternoon. The thermometer
registered 10 degree.! below zero here yes-
teid.iy morning. iVllilnni Rennett died In
New Haven Monday nioinlng. lie had
scveial relatives und was well known.
The otlbeis of W. C Duuton I'ost :i'i 1
the W. R. C. were Installed Monday aft
ernoon by I,. A. Hrynnt. Supper v., is
fiirnl.died by the W. H. C. Comrade and
Urs. Hryaiii went lo Malone Tuesday
to visit their sou. Charles and Wallace
I lapper of Xewburg, .V. V.. are visitln.;
In Smith iJilstol. Mis. Alson Hrlstol
Is ciitliully III. The Gieeu Mountain
Whist dull will meet with Mrs. It A
I'urlnton Friday evenlng.-.l. J. .Stevens
of Hui llngton was In town TueMlay.
R. C. Hlodgett or this town was oik
of the prize winners at thr lioston poul
try show last week on Hud' Plymouth
Rocks.-The mill yanls air beginning to
III' up with logs. Won. Is brine dune on
Hie hvilrant on Fast .Main stieet .mil the
water was shut off Tmsdiiy afternoon in
con."equeiice. Homer llewett has return
ed from a business trip to Xew V.uL.
Mrs R. W. Xewton and children, who
have been visiting Mr. .md Mrs. Ilarrv
Sprague. have leturned to Kant .Middh
I ury. The condition of Mis. Alson llris
tn Is more favorable. -.1 C. Crnver of
Xew Haven Mills was a business vi.-dtnr
In town esti rriay. X. LI. MoKiityiv has
lad an hnieasr of pension from Is to
J21.50 a month.
Il' iiiy Kelsey died January s of a com
plication of diseases, lliiilal was III Corn
will I'riday.-Mr. und Mis. J. H. Atkins
el I'basanl Like, Mass., were heie to
ntlendid the funeral of her I rother, ns was
K. L. Roomer of Wlnsled, Conn. Dr.
Phelps of Xew Unveil, Conn., Was III
town Friday to attend the funeral ot his
broihei-ln-law. II. (', Kelsey. -Mr. Flllon
and two daughters of Xew I In via Mills
visittd at his lirotlu r's Sunday.
pi.bhc Installation of th olllceis of
Monition Camp, M. W. A., will be
Tuesday evening, Januaiv j. A. o.
Palmer, State depot, will install tho
ofiiieis and District Deputy Sherwood
of Rutland will deliver Ihe address. A
box sorlal nnd dance will be enjoyed.
Mead's orch'-stra will furnish music It.
I . .itiloon ot Pioctor visited in town
nvi r Sun Icy, returning home Monday.
I I. ii iv v. Sears Is seriously III. -Mrs. W.
C. Doni hue has l oiurried ironi Huillng
toli. Mrs. L. K. M eeli Is iignln seriously
III. The o.'flcers of lioronla Gringe
wire Installed Friday evening by T. c.
Vaincy of the Hrlstol .triirtgc Mr. and
Mis. Howard Thompson of Lincoln, who
bavr In en visiting in town, have r turned.-
Tin. Laillis' Aid ol tlie Methodist
Chart h will have a sociable and dinner
In Grange hall Friday. Fnlon services
will be held nt the church at tho Horn
Sunday owning nt 7:3o with preaching by
the Rv. C. X. Frunliln. -A series or
three i ntei tainineuts has been arranged
foi by tile Ladles' AM six let v. the llrst
of the series to I e given Friday evening,
January lm, In the M. W. A. hull. A
male quartette or Middlebury College
sludenls will furnish (he enlertnlnnient
for this dnte. The society Iiik secured
Dr. Guy Potti r lleiiton, piesiilepl or the
I'nlverslty of Vermont, for one of
the evenings, to deliver a lecture.
j in- last entertainment will be by j
loml tnbnt nnd will consist or mn-lr I
and a fnue-Mr. and lire Karl Cox left I
Monday evening lor Cornwall. -Miss !
.les.' ie ox gof.i soi. n to om iii.i
to spend some time.
Iterry for several dav', have returned to
their homo It Htarksboro.- J. W. Mc
Onrghnri was at his home hero over
St'iidiiy. Mrs. II. It. Norton of lliirllngton
Is vl'ltliig Miss C. A. Williams. The 25th
ittmlvirsury ot the organization ot tho
L. M Smiley Circle ot King's Daughters
of tin Fnlversallst Church was celebrated
on .lautinry in, and also the anniversary
of the birth of Its founder, .Mrs. L. M.
Smiley, now of llcevtcr, Mnss., wi osij
husband, the bit-, r.ev. Kdwnrd Smiley,
was pastor of the churih al Ihe time of
organization. Thi rnmmltlce consisted of
Mrs. Kite S. Towns, Klin Freeman and
Agnes RhoniH In the afternoon In tho
vestry of the fn'vr irutlst Clnirrh mem
bers with their husbands gathered to the
number or 7C. Dinner was servnl at 1;30
o'clock, after whirl, R prrsram consist
Ing of mulc unci aurticssr s was rcndi nsl,
At loll call, letters und telegrams nom
ubscnt members were lead, which eamu
fiom Maine to Oiegon, rnri also from
Mrs. L. M. Smllev, who stlil lelulns her
Interest In this local circle. Since Its or-ginli-atleri
107 mnnocrs have been enroll
eel, 65 ot whom still ii maln. Thn llnnncliil
history by Mis. Klla Fn umnn brought
out the vast amount of work at e ompMsh
etl both of a charitable and u htnellclai
character, over J( having been raised
and expended by Hie tin In during Its
quart! r century of existence. After the
piogrnm souvenir cauls weie presentni
or sent lo enoli nn niber or the circle,
which were specially deslgntd und pnlntoel
by Miss Ktta Helle Hhonels, the llrst grand
child born Into the circle, tho daughter
of Mrs. Agnes Ilho.'uls, n member or the
circle, and granddaughter or Mrs. Adah
Harbor, one or the surviving ch.mer meiu
ors. .Mrs. K. L. 1'ieemnn nnd Mrs. W. T.
Tllley entertained the Louise M. Smllev
Circle or King's Daughters al Mrs. '
Freeman's home ycstenlny afternoon. I
Dinner was served ct one o'clock. -Miss
Rn!o Iionawuy has returned rrom a
week's stay wilh lur patents in vor-
Kennt's. ! re u e utier or Jersey r Ity. N.
J., who was called brie by the death
or bin brother, Is tlie guest or Mrs. L.
C. t.'onant. Mrs. T. W. Towers Is vis
iting her dallghteis In Hm re.-The Mis
slonary society or the Congregational
Church held n hiislno.-s m,.( ting at Mrs.
C. II. Kino' Turday afternoon, when
the following offlctrs w ere electee!
President. Mrs. C. I! Pino, vleo-presN
d'nt. Mis. .1. J. Ko,s. treasurer. Mrs.
George Hartbtt: secretary. Mrs. O. H.
Wood; assistant spcretnr, Mrs. Kdltli
Aveilll: program t .iinmltt.'f . .virs.
niieparuson. .Mis. Wattl". Mr- R.ws
Mrs. Kerry
surfcred rinother i hoc u w)il' i r si
ner cica.ni i nursu.iy i.inht .h,n i I
ner niisrmiui, nieti lo , ,irs in ,
eitllViVed by thlee d i r. t i0
Kntherlno nnd .Mliiuii l.n
placo antl Mrs. Carrie Stt.tr ,,,
llngton. She also linves Hire
.win. .jwi'ini irrioio l.r 11 cl' tl ni
lfctlir.fttiu A T,.t. ..f .e.
..iiiin., .inn .ticn. j. in ii O'lllivau fit t
dale, Mass.
rri,. tt.,.,i.,i .r,.f t.. ....
club was held lust evt nn g w nn t
lowing euiicers W ere elei tetl Pre
Arthur M. Smith, vice-presldn t,
L. W. Ravlln; gove ridng boa d,
..'...,.,,. r icci'liCIU. riU'IIO' IJ I1UI
John Ilennessev. Finn! Liid'u,
Gauvreau nnd George HalllurKCt u.
Or. T I.' r.,l..,,, e u ...i...
'" the following ofll ers or St.
the Haptlst society Monthly rilgut;
dent, Andrew Chlcolne, vlcc-prc
Georgo S. Vlllcmalre seerrtury,
t.eetfil,.' rlCt.. tt,c,,. ..
slstant secretary, Henry Dnaipfiai
nitr, Rriiniilus Rials; auditors, J.
'iievrler and George Hlondin mnn
...... i, ... wi.iuricc' XI
Laurent Gosici it, v.. rin.i. e..n. ...i..
MWs Kva Arquette
fpoiullng n lew el u
Miss Kthel Vocl.a
if Wltcrbu
with utr
e v
' K
, n
)1 J
pr .
x. v.
ai m
Adolpbus Thomas celebrated his 'ith
birthday on the 11th No services were
held tn either of the clinches on Sunday
owing to the bail weather A number of
citizens attended tin- public Installation of
the several lodges of the I. O. o. F. In
Hrandon .Monday evening- The "Daugh
ters of Ruth" held a tllnie social at the
town hall I. est evening -The 'I. O. G.
class met win, .Mrs. Karl Noycs last
evening-Miss Caroline Tho'i' ts', who has
been 111, Is a little betfer M. S. White is
not so well. The S. S. S. will bold a
Flinch pnrty at thn home of C. Kel
sey Thursday evening. Heoige Suny re
cently fell on the Ire. badly Injuring Ills
tight arm --Mrs. Lucia Thomas, who lias
boon ill with tlie grip, is Improving. Mrs.
Anna At wood of Mlddleluiry Is spending
ii row weeks with liei
Mrs. Ruth Foote Hillings, who has been
at her father's. Henry Foote, for several
weeks, returned to her home In Windsor
Saturday. -Mrs. Lottie ParMilll und Mrs.
1'. c Manchesler are III will the grip
Mrs Kathleen Taylor Is a guest of her
sister, Mrs. K. F. Townscnd of Shnieham
Center -Mrs. J. F. Randall, who has
been III for several weeks, reinaln.s In a
irltlcal condltlou.-MIss Kiithcrlne Grls
wold Is ut Kagle Inn 111 Orwell.
Mr. and .Mrs. Layton Klllott or North
I'erilRburg were here over Sunday, called
by the serious Illness of 111" I""""''''
' hauncov Klllott. -Charles niul George
The Springcr-Klmb.ill concert scheduled
for Jnnusr.r 1H has beep postponed until
Jnnunry 31 on account of Illness or some
or the musicians. Tlie Hazen Road Po
mona Grange, which was to meet here
January 15, has been postponed to Jan
uary 29, on account or the repalis which
are bring made on the Sons or Veterans'
hall. -Mrs. Harry Hardwell or Hyde Hark
was tlie guest ei' her husband Sunday.
Miss Mae Smith underwent an operation
for appendicitis at the John S. Holtlen
Memorial hospital Monday morning. The
ofllcers of the K. of P. nnd Hathbonc
Sisters held a Joint Installation Friday
night. A special village meeting Is called
for Friday evening to see If the village
will rescind the vote taken at ,i former
meeting In regard to the building of a
power station at Jackson bridge and also
lcsclnd the vole taken to lease Its power
station to the Woodbury Granite com-I'any.
W. 1. White is seriously 111. John
balzl, iu'ciI 4i, died suddenly Januaiy
The second annual poultry show of
llaidwicl; Poultry association will
held In the opera lioii?e January 21
and , huge number of prizes
otreied. Mr. .md Mrs. A. A. Goodrich j
eni in I'.urilngtou iuetdav to visit
Mrs. Goodrich'!! slstei, Mis. Henry King,
who l. In the Mary Fletcher hospital.
Mrs. Goodrich will remain a i-w days,
Repairs are being, made on the laundry
blink, which was d.iniagisl by rile lr-oently.-s.
j;. Darling, Jr. bus open.-d
.1 l.i vv office In the Conies block.
1 ' icl I'.lundge ha purthus.d a house
of Arthur Cotti. Mr. LaHieck has moved
Into the tenement rtceuUv vae.iled hv
.Ml-- licnrv Wiite im in.-Mr.i. Hoyce i'al
' in. .i, .! nciuse vvnn ncu-
i.ibi.Mr.s. Aitl.ur Hurbanl; is 111. The
anuu il churc h tllniic r end roll-cill or the
Congregational ehunh will be held Frl
iiav.-.uignsilii Kldndge or.Uhnu.v visited
.u uenry LldiedgcV our Sundaj . jirn
Willi.. m lias, .nn e.r Huilinglon Is at I'
V. ll.i.-ram's.-Nlna and Harold Cunndlei
.C.-.ICCO ni.'ir giaiiup.iu nts, Mr. n:tl jrs.
I'.ugciir rtunsom, a few
th" week.
days the llrst of
eoe routiiimn oi .Mrs. George Halt,
M'coiiu, vvno is ill, is Improvctl.-.Mrs,
D.ivld Adams Is seriously ill, Henry w.
VV icttci,,.. I.. ......,t..A.c .
' '"ciuieci iu me House i'y an
nttnek of ihe giip.-Clavton F. Gove has
muic t tlt. .Mary Fkicher hospital lor
an operatlon.-Gabrlel Purlngton of l.in
eolu has been visiting his slsur, Mrs.
......1 v.ove.-c.eorgo vv. Prlndle hes sold
us inrni j r.lxel Charlotte to his eoii,
L siii D. Prlndle. except a house and lot
'i Kast street. -Truman Andicws,
who has been In burlneis n western
Now Ymk fr io yc.iin. has returned with
h s family to his farm In the north irj
"f Charlotte io reside. -Miss. Sara lino
hns leturned to Rryn Mawr, Pa., to re
BUine her duties iu ,,. ,.
, ,, .'..,',11.,, IIOIUUUIl
nt the eoiie'gc Ilbiaiy there.
The fuiKial of Hliani Cutler, who was
Kld.d by ..,, .,,,, .llllni, ,0 hs
home was held , ,llHl. Vwfulay ,,,..
noon at one o'clock. The decfosed leaves
"esld.'s wife n, ,,. , ,,,,,,,
niothel. ,. !ot.1. ,,,, if,,,.,...M,H
.v. t . Kerry is visiting her daughter, .Mrs
'"Men lladley. r R,.ws Fulls.-A
bazaar under the auspices of the K. P.
"I'ened I,, their moms Tuesday evening,
to continue one week.-.Mr.s. Albert
U.aiidle,. ,i AlJ1)1li v.,ui 1nye b
Kests or r pare,,,,, M,. JW( Mr? u
-t. .dwards, for Ax WPekB ,ms ctunlort
o their homo In Hew l.'alls.-MIss Lot
tie ..rn..y unci Mrs. Fr.,k HVrguson, who
",uu b''1'" ut,' f Mr. mid .Mrs. j. w.
mi innrpe .md daughter, Mls
inorp, spent Tbursd.iv in Ijunlng-ton.-.Mis.
Hannah iilli.v,,, ,,,. Thurs
day to visit at F I' Tilllson's.-MIs!,
Dorothy Hunt of Kssex Junction spent
Saturday with her aunt, Mr.- A. H.
Sturges.-Simon Fagnr or Ktilcth. Minn.,
Is visiting Miss Ada Tatn. -Frenk Nich
ols or Cambridge has been ;,,. iig a
few days with his sisr.r. Mis. iurio
Jackson -Miss Alie'e Hunt, win, jl witli
the measles, is better. Mrs. Sarah Kls
worth is able to or om.-Ml-s Clara
Stygles Is Improving.
.virs. .Maggie Jone- and children of Cam- Nichols
uiiuge visiieci .vir.s. Iiarlic Ross Satuiday.
Harry Jackson Is seriously 111 with thr
mensle.-. Hope A. Scrlbner of Unmbrldge,
.Mass., Is at home on account of 111 health.
Mrs. c. H. Ilnyde n Is In Hm llngton!
caring for her daughter, who has the
nirasles.-lt. II. Day or Jericho war In
town Saturday. .Muriel Ro-s has thr
measles. The moving pictures on tuber
mulnsls at the G. A. R. hall Friday even
ing were well attendetl. -Dewey T.uro
vvn nt home Saturday.
Mi. F. A. Thompson, who has h.-n at
the Fanny Allen hospital for an opi ra
tion, ret in noil Satuiday much Improved
in health. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Brown are
tlie p.irmts or a son, born January lb
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Atchlnson arc both
suTfering from a .evero attack of the
grip. The Young Peopled society held a
social at tlie Congregational Church pur
lins Saturdav evening. About it) young
people were present. The evening was
spent In plnylng games, after which re
I'reshmeiits were served. Miss Sadie
Fltr.slmons, who has been ill, resumed
her duties as teacher In i!.,. primary
department this week -Ilss Hisie Jack
son or Cambridge was the guest or Miss
Glenna Heimett Tuesday Mw. Arthur
I llawcs or Iturllngton Is the guest of he.r
.'lster, .Mrs. R. W Smillo Ralph Ayer
uas inoveci into tne House ronneily occu
pied by Roy Montgomery. -Ml Hl.vnehe
Hartb tt or Kssex Junction was .it home
over Sundav. Miss Kdllh Hlckurll of
Portland, .Me., is the guest of Mrs. II. .1.
Mead. Mr. and Mrs. Ciil Mead were In
Hurllngton Wednesdav . K. S. Sinclair
was hi town on businr.-s Monda . Dr. W.
S. Nny has leturned frecm '.Vlontpcll.-r,
where' he spent Mondav and i'uesd iy.
Miss Alice Fuircll returned TilcMlay after
a visit to In r parents In Cainbrid.rr
Mrs. Mar L. v.is of Milton is visiting 1
on, R. II. Lewis. .Mrs. R. L. Howe en
tertained the Mayflower club ut her home
Saturday. Douglass O'M.ir.i went Mon
dav to Krldge'port, Conn., to reside Mrs.
McKcefe was ill Htniingtoii Monday.
Miss Augusta Stearns has returned to
Huilinglon for the remainder- of the win
ter. F P. Tlllison returned to 'Montpeller
Monday -There will be a dance at the
G. A R In It Friday evening.
11. I Tel I ill, w ho has been ii, Huston,
ic tiuned Tin stl.iy. H. H. M.iy ot Ksso;:
Junction was in town We dnesduy. Miss
Ada T.uro and S. R. Fnger of Min
neapolis. Minn., were married at the
home oi the bride's mother, Mrs. Mottle
Tatro. Vielnesdny i venlng. Tho cere
mony was performed bv the Rev. A. 11.
StutMss. Mr. antl Mrs. F.igcr left
Thursdav morning for their new home in
I he new ly ,-b , i, d ,,n,
Grange, No. 4X w ce
regular ting 1'iiil.i
Master A. S. .Morgan.
Lc la Morgan. Tie t.Pi n
lows: Mnstor, X. lltn
Seer, 11. II. Carpent i
H. Thompson; stew n I I
nnec ; assistant -t' - r'
j ance-: chaplain, tin Re
t treasurer, Mrs. c ,,1 Ij, i .
tary, II. F. G ,Ie g
White; Ceres, Mrs v
monri. Mrs. .1. II. r,;en.
II. Carpenter; lad a
Mrs, Percy Severance
stallntion an oyster
hour were enjoyed. 'I l.c
next meeting will be. as
Mary lllnc; reading, Mr J
echoes from the dalrymn.s" i
notes on the debate by P W
and A. S. Morgan, out -ton
by grange.
Joslitli Carey died T'i r-d
at four o'clock at bn b- in
year. The funcr
afternoon at two o'. loc k .i' tl
The f.mer.'il of Jos.c c t ,ir
nt Ills hutno Hunelay af te ri
o'clcjek, tlie Rev. Mr DaV id
lotto officiating. M e u-e
hern a lire-long ie-:U. in
was a veteran of t1 i
listing in iMij In t'o D.
Kaiiy In the ser ice t
was detailed as a lie -incapacity
Ids conn i . -best,
for many of tl
I rare He seenv d i
I lor the work, whir', m ,
aid In the hosplt.i,
Ills work in ti
night and tiny, during t
rs t ' f 3ci
natal 1 a
t s-
1 f
H. )
' ng,
. nl
' till
, 1
el- '
r t1
tvsliurg niul lm
most arduous. II
field In care of :
pcrateiy woiintlecl
ii.rinbrrcd by bis
oi Kindly appr
and self-cienyinu
wife, two daugliteis und thn
A tuhciculosls cxhiolt .,r t
prevention or the disease wii
p.uisn House Thursd iy art r c
o'clock, and In the evening-nt t fst
Moving pictures will si n,
n hl.s
t lie 3t!
n at
f c
l S Ii
i v ir,
t mfai
, i -ce
r i ve
' illt.er
1 i rn
I ir.
I Of
I W o
' W.l
. Mr c
l lUtlccll
srrv i
t n
Admission is tree Free!
cott and sister, Louise
.Saturday for th" wit m
Daugliteis will me. r ,i th jr
Wright Friday aft. h. cor, T
has been moved t" .i-. new o r
G. Alger's stole
I lire
c trl
' eid at
e at
r nl
rs at
.1 S C.,,.-.,
mil' rsary
i , . , .
')c S W isl .s
The Rev Dr nj M .
Oliletly observed l he ."drd
tlieir m.ii riagc K; , 1 cv
the congratulations ii'id
their many friend-
Tin- .1 K Hunt R, ii l m n t j
sold for the (lillin I r u 'ers if A ( st
their StV'tieie form stock antl tc s t
J. Pailseau of St A!lan.- cc ,it
J7,7co. Possession will be glv. n . or
The members of Cummlngs Post and
U'e.man's Heller Corps had a largely at
tended dinner nnd Installation of olllct rs
at G. A. R. hall Saturday. Prof. A. S.
Re ad and Mrs. Reatl gave a reception to
the pupils of tile high school lit the town
hall Friday evening. Mit. W. n. Traiip
of lliirllngton Is visiting here -Geoigc
Love has been visiting In Hurllngton and
Shelbiiriie. Frank Magee, who cut bis
arm on u circular saw, Is not recovering
from ihe nctident rapidly. His sister.
Mamie Magee of Hui llngton. Is curing
for hhn and bis brother. John of Water-
hury, was called here by his Illness.
Mrs. Thomas G.idue died at lur homo
on i-inst i enter street Saturday after
noon at the age of r,7 years. She Is sur
vived by her mother, .Mrs. Granger, who
Is over :) years old, and she also leaves
four sons and thteo tUughti is, lCdward
fc.ulicc of Hm llngton, Thomas, Henry,
George antl Kugcne of this plnce, and Mrs!
Fred niondlu, Mrs, Arthur Harron nnd
Mrs. William Kast. The funeral was
held .it St. Ftuucls Xnvier Church.
The funeral of Mr.s .Margaret ll.uaby
was held nt nine o'clock Monday morn
ing nt St. Stephen's Church. Mri. Har.i
by was born In County Wntcrford, Ire
land, HI years ago nnd when but nine
years old enme to thj country niul had
Hindu Winooskl her home for the greuter
part of her life, On December 27 eho was
Fred May, who u-. o thr vv
his wagon ami h.cl tvv e ril
near the Hrst station Jam. ir
January 7. lie was n.1 vears e,f
was born Hi l.oneh.n He v ,
Thursday on the 1 i -ground.
Joseph Lai 1'ett"
ton was In tow n li uhn t
hit, son. lie lbert ' i 1 p
Charles Landou and sue e ie
mother S.Uutd.iy Miss I
Is reported as mile h belle
Garrnw has refitted the 1 .
he bought of G. X Lc.-jr
Garruvv has deeded her pi
son, 'curtls Miller, ami his
Raymond II. Swrenev ar. l 1
were united In manias. J.it
Rev. C. M. Redstoie ofhe a i
S .
i st
on '
1 1 e en
. . '.
Tile olllivrs elected at t ec
nus'tllig Friday are is f.. ' iws
W. H. Hoartlman. t ! i ' c I.
treasurer, L. H. M Ne . Cht.
tec, C. M. Rylngton. F 11 Sn
Foote, Sunday sc hool
II. Smith: nsslst.nn s'l'.ili-te
Flink; secretary. Clair.- lira
Solon Lewis; Sund.n S' nor!
L. P.. McNeil, F. 1 5 Sni.tb S
Oilman 4"oote. Tina Dcvette
Mr.s. John Williams w ar t
Friday to liutaP the ofll
s ne
1 rnt
ii ir
p. rir tr 'i lent. 1
" e . j
i' t as ue
't Lev
,vi r an
Shirks'. '
s of t'i
In S5: ne e e;i e I I V . . X" V . . .-I. i..
- , - . c,
,.. .. ,.t . .... , . .
ticicic, i'i. iiiicic?, e ic iec r .irs v j
McNeil and son. Phl'bi. beeve r-..nn .
Shelburne Falls, Mass . t.i . vtt Valt
McNeil. The Whist club met
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Pros.. L. H. McNeil ...id 1:1 lU r W hall
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MX. Honvy lluufnpnn Is m I'utn.im
N. Y.. faring for a friend wh.i Is ill
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i.uriiM- nnuft' at i (it i.iiih ami remoiln
it In tn a hall. Cham nln In P'l.'nitor. Vn
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vt'Tsarv of tlnlr iii'i7iiiilx.itn I-'iiiltiv i.i-nn
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llorton's iilctures of the Yellowstone
National Park and the P.isslrn P'ay will
be be given In the town hall on tho iveji
Ing of January IT for the btneilt of the
Knight.' of Pythias. - Mi niul Mrs MaU.
ilco Irlsli are tlie parents o' daur itec

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