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THE WRTiTNGTON FREE PRESS AND TIMES- TTTUKSPAY, .TAXFARY in. Tnifl.
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Mis Jnlie Stono Is 111 With
I. I'irn .nu' Arthui
111 With tlir measles The
UiiJu tit the homo of MM.
Allen Siturdny afternoon. 1 ho so-
of 11 i i.i itlotial Church elect
In i.i Hit .nl i iitornoon ii follows:
W. r ,Ti 1 VM. n, rli I II, MI"B I'"'"'-
Hnitli ii iii, nil committee, I'
les tr l in r Jnhn Allen.
G i n
( ollireHlltllilial mimm.
, nteiidcnt, (I. ! Grow;
Florence Smith; secro
llil. treasurer, Homer
, mi tun tit superintendent,
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two r I
"Vv EST BOLTON.
Michael Mcliiie of Underbill. Mrs, Mnher
was will known In this part of Vermont,
being .i native, of Fairfield, wlicro sli
lived until ffi years ago, She wns 78 years
of ape. Fred J. Hlnlr of Ktiosbtirg Falls
anil Miss Mary F. I'atterson of East Hoi
ton, Que,, wete luatrU'il In ltlehford Jan
uary ,S hy It. A. Conger, Justice of the.
pence. A son wiih born January 1! to Mr,
nud Mrs. T. C. Crawford of Woodstock,
Out., formerly of Hlchford. Dining tho
year 1M2 there wore CO hlrlhs, U deaths
and II marriages In ltlehford,
The. olllcors-cleet of ltlehford lodge, No.
2j, K. of P., nre: Chancellor, Glenn 1'.
Wilson; vice-chancellor, W, C. Campbell;
prolate, A. N. Clapp; master of work, C.
M. Horlght; keeper of records and seal,
13. 1. Livingston; master of exchciiuer,
Walter M. Coons; lnaster-ut-arms, 1). M.
Marr. The grammar department of tho
guided school of this village opened
Tuesday morning with Miss Mary Mint
gomory of Isle In Motto as substitute
teacher for this week. Tho third (initio
was opened Monday morning with Miss
Aura Mudgott of this place as substitute similar position.
teacher for tho week. This uirangement main as one of
was made Saturday after announcement
had been miide that there would be no
schools In tlipf.ii looms thl.i week. Tho
following ollleers of lllchford lodge, N
IS, 1 O. F., have been Installed; Noblo
grand, Jesse Conner; vle -grand, tho
Itev. 1). O. Guest; rorrospondong secre
tary, C. W. Ottrvln; financial secretary,
A. W. Curtis; treasurer, 11. O. Holt.
Washington ltebekah lodge, No. f4, has
elected the iollowing ollleers for the en
suing .enr, Installed Thursday ovelilng
by Mrs. n. V. S. lthodcs. deputy presi
dent, assisted by Mrs. It. E. Moonoy,
grand murshal: Noblo grand, Mrs. Ellzn
Draper; vli'e-grand, Mrs. Nelllo Morse;
recoidlng secretary, Mrs. 13, K. Shutttiek;
liiiancinl secretary, Mrs. 13. L. Child;
tieasurer, Mrs. S. M. Simons; past grand,
Mrs. C. W. Garvin; warden, Mrs. L. D.
Woorlwaid; conductor, Miss Essie
.Mitchell; Inside guard, Mrs. Ezra La
, lleiir; outside guard, Mrs. L. D. Howlcy.
Henjamln Franklin ltondrlx, aged
CD years, died nf pneumonia Monday
i evening at six o'clock, after an Illness
of four days. The funeral will bo
held In the Methodist Church Thurs
jdny nftornoon at 1:30 o'clock, tho Rev.
h.ivo le-ij,. (j, ciuest officiating, and tho burial
-Mrs. M.wln bo in Illllsldo cemetery. Reside
Northllelil to pass n)s wlfCi Ml. nemirx ts survived by
mlnter nith her sis- sisters, Mrs. Fidelia Wright, Mrs.
if Mrs. Hardy le- .Allen Stanhope and Mrs. A. W. Curtis of
this town, Mrs Sophia Frances Wright
of West Derby, Mrs. Sarah IJlckford
of Glen Sutton, Que., and Mrs. Lydln.
Stanhope of Isle l.n Motto. Tho Lin
coln Impersonation, by Henjamln Cha
pln, advertised to havo been given In
Aer opera ball Monday evening, was
called off an! the money refunded to
ticket holders. Mr. C'.iapln missed
connections anil could not roach ltleh
ford. J. I,. Slater of West Point, 111.,
is v'sltlng bis aunt, Mrs. A. I.. Moore.
Ins was In hor husband's throat, from day evening to I'toti to J X Haras, hh
which ho hail suffered recently. Not pcrlntendcnt of Ha reform s. Pool at V. -until
alio saw tho razor did sho roallzo I gennes. The Mrlce ' In charge of
that tho wound was solf-lnillcted. ' Mis. E. J. I'.iriuelee as the president of
Dr. Q. C. Hcrhelev and Alan Davidson I the local W. C. T Mr- 15:1 '" "as on-
, mi Is recovering from a
uf toiisllltis. .Mrs, Eliza
1 n 111 Willi a cold, Is
. I - b is sold his farm,
1 pi ilment station, to
tt i . n John Slewait has
U c i' icon's farm on Spenr
i K Nham has returned
J n. iK'ii, where shu lias been
r I Mrs. A. 1). Douglass,
r t , ho are HI with whoop-
M.bs of Monkton spent
i . I i sister, Mrs. Obed
''Il ia Dane roturnod to her
't t 'ii Sunday after visiting
tt.i Mn.ics Hesslo and Abble
f. r wi'K. W. D. Orey spent i
family, returning to
' -Mr, and Mri. D.tvld i
rtii' spent Hunuay wun
H. Wood, Thomas
t .i r Reynold wero In
iti'l tho dairymen's meut
c i i - .it home fiom Hur
. i -The young child of
i iously i'l.
, i i Whit,- Itlver .lunc
M ill Klehtirds return
M ' i eailed tliere by tile
t m. . Nelson Richards.
wore rnlled and dressed the Injury.
Mr, areono was then removed to tiio
city hospital. IIo has lieen In 111
health for several years, and for tho
pnst year was unablo to work. Dast
winter ho spent In Florida. Dxtremo
mental depression Is given as tho rea
son for tho net.
Word was received Friday morn
ing of tho death of Job Reynolds,
formerly of St. Albans point, w'.iteh
occurrod Thursday In Hrooklyn, N, V
whoro ho had boon for tho past alx
months. Mr. Iloynolds was 7R years
old and his near relatives urn nil dead,
with tho exception of a brother-ln-law,
W. J. Morrill of St. Albans bay.
II. U Fowlor, who has boon manager
of tho St. Albans Has Light company
for tho past year, will leave soon for
uover, is. ii,, wnoro no will hnvu a
Mr. Fowler will 10
llio directors of the
local company. It Is not known who
will succeed him as mnnagor of tho
The. annual meeting of tho I.'nlvorsallst
Church society was hold Monday oven
Ing and tho following ollleers elected'.
Moderator, N. N. Post; secretary, F, W.
Dennlaon; treasurer, Walter R. Dustman,
trusteed, W. II. It. Orcene, Seldon C.
Orecne, Dr. W. J, Upton, Ouy F. Rarker,
After tho edectlon reports were read.
Preceding tho business meeting tho la
tiles of tho church served supper.
Albert and Fred Peters wero In city
tcrtnlned In the llm' 1 Perley.-
Tho condition of A- Hashaw, who nas
been seriously III "l"' rheiimatle fever
tho past weeli, is slightly linproVed.-The
Hon. 13. Mcl'vetert, county senator, and
H. 11. Farrtir, represpiitntlve, were with
their ramllle.s over Sunday. Miss Mary
Starr t'tter of Westerly, It. 1., is a guest
of Miss Annie .Merrill.
The lighting system on ()i"'hard street
has been extended to the Iron bridge
crossing tho ClIddliiRS brook. Dee Slate
has returned from nicnioru ami is tho
guest of his roiisln, M'ss r' Stone.
Forest Stone returned to the Dyndonvllle
school Mouthy evuilng, having been de
tained since New Year's by the Illness
of his father, H. . Stone, who Is much
Improved. ft. Oairow, who Is building a
new dormitory for the Johnson NormH
.ehool, was nt his oomo here over Sun
day. Mr. t urrnvv expects to havo tho
work completed this week.
A social by the men's Sunday school
class of the Metlirtllit Hiurch will l.j
b'dtl In Perley ball Frltlny evening for
men only. The house nt the corner of
Main and Orchard streets occupied by
the family of the late W. II. McAllster
Is vacant, Mls M iry P rklns, his bllntl
niece, lutvlnr gone to live with Mrs. J.
H. Mears. 'Mrs. D J. Parmelee Went to
Montpeller Tut ."day for a few days stay.
O. M, Jeffords, who wns In St. Albans
over Sunday, was taken 111 with tho
mump-, on his return Monday. J. Deo
Slater and Miss Iounin Carpenter went
to MIddlebury Wednesday to visit two
Tie Congri gnllunal Cliunh In (Jrantl
Isle will have their annual oyster sup
per Fildnv evtnllig, January 17. MIsm
Snt .i Cliiimberlaln entertained a party of
her youiip friends with music and games
last Friday evening. Dlght refreshments
weic senttl. Mrs. J, S. Allen Is recov- i
eilng fiom a severe Illness. Tim lle.
Mr. Allin will held service next Sunday
.tflernoon nt the usual hour. D. M. Wil
cox's family mo 111. Mrs. Frank Wright
has been tilling for them. The Cathollo
society are to have an oyster supper In i
the town hnll January i. Mrs. Ducy .
I'eai I Is very comfortable Mr. and Mts.
Wllninrc Tudhope visited friends In North
lleio Tuesday. I'. A. Hilggs Is 111,
cm nlng the ollleers of tb" ixlilar i
the H. of V. Tho services of the mid
winter convention began nt tho A. C
church Tuesday and will continue over
Thursday, Fred Small wits called to
MIddlebury Tuesday by tho death of his
uncle, William ilennelt.-Mrs. 13. M.
i'l '' , 'iti'iil) , li, ,I,lini ii ,.0 V' i
Dilia lirlggs Ins been spending sovtr.il
days In aWtorlmry and Hiirllngton - Ti
and Mrs. C. N. Dabounty were In Clcoi'
f-ntiirday and Sunday. Dr. Oeorg, il
Newton and K. II. Smith were In Hur
llngton Monday. Karl Iloyce of Ni v
Sllloway went to ItardwIcK iiiewiay, can-i York Is visiting his sister, Mrs. A 1
ed thero by the illness of her brother, Cuttlng.-Oeorge Haines and son of Knn -
W. D. Whltc.-Miss Agnes i.inenan m . mlr FnlH .,, Hiny wlth ,8 lWf .
nt N. N. Dang's.-Mrs. N. M Smith fn-
Mrs. Ileibert Tracy wns operatctl on
for appendicitis at St. Albans hospital
GRAND ISLE COUNTS
ISLE LA MOTTE.
1', M !!!.-
MN-l Alice Slreeter ot
i W. Streeler's over
l..icallado went Tues
N. 11. Fred Ioiii-
n in poor health fur
, ku worse yesterday
.i eritic.il condition. j
I. miolpb Is visiting .it
t .' bun Mini r's. Mrs.,
mhti v, Doioth. of
, i patents. Mr. and
i . , t lie In st ot the weuk,
i '. . Tii It ami son "f
, i visiling 'i, re. -Mrs.
i it Ht.irksboro with her
o 1 ad the mlsfui tone to
Monday while- drawing
' M lis- Is conluied to the
tl.. f.i p. Itnlph Miles nnd
Imi nnds of Bristol weio
Ur, 1 1 i i dnesdiiy.
r J, ffet'sonvllle wns a guest
N ft i the first of the week.
, .ii nl.irneil to Vergennes
f' n- w. eks In town.
t - miptovlng. Mr. and
, J i "n wro In Hiirllngton
it - r turned to St. liuls
t with bis pnrmts. Mr.
hase, who has been
' ( r
i t n
1 1 '
P i '
'a. Is so mueh impioed
I'.b to sit up J. I-". Colo
-Itlng D. O. Hrush.
Ii of Mans'n Id Camp.
V , the follow lug offl-
' ' i P.i"t Consul, F. C
.1 I . Flynn; W. A., T. 1-3.
. W I). Stroud; cleiu. A.
1' 1-3. Ilnnley; watebman,
u , sentry, Dert Culver;
r .inr, M. F. Ryan; for
1 St -outl; for thrco years,
c i ' ,p physician, Dr. A. D.
Mrs. Chailes X. Messier, who under
went a serious operation at the Sherwood
sanitarian a few weeks ago, died at her
home here early Mond.iy morning. The
funeral was held in the Catholic Church
Wednesday at ten o'clock. Mrs. Mossier
has been a sufferer for a long time. Sho
paves a husband and one daughter, Mrs.
Marshall Dunham, besides live sisters
and four brothers. This Is the first death
among the Jnmes Wood children and the
youngest Is over 4o years of age-.
Charles and C.eorgo Wood of Harre were
railed litre Saturday by the serious 111-
! ness of their sister, Mrs. Messler.-The
Dramatic club gave "The County Mln
IMer" to a good sized audience In Shel
don Friday evening, and goes to lllgh
gato Friday evening and to West Herk
shlre Wednesday t veiling. Madam Whit
ney, who has in en 111, Is much Improved.
-Several from this place attended thy
funeral nf II. M. Davis of F.ast Hlghgate
Wednesday. Mr. Davis was a member of
the Masonic lodge here.
court Monday beforet Judge N. N. Post
and arraigned on tho chnrgc of sellln ; j sisters ot Miss Carpenter.
nnd furnishing Intoxicating liquors un
lawfully. They both pleaded guilty and
wero fined J300 and costs with the alter
native sentences of three times as many
tlays In confinement as dollars of tho
fines. They were placed In tho hands of
tho probation olllcer for 18 months.
The annual meeting of the Owl club was
held Tuesday night and the following olll
eers elected: President, M. Maglff; vice
president, Dr. ft. Mitchell; secretary and
treasm or, Jed II. Safford; board of man
agers for three years, H M. Drcnnan,
Deo F. Wilson, Jed H. Safford, George C.
Holmes, 11. I.. Mclkloy. A banquet was
served following tho business meeting.
Tho following directors of tho Welden
National bank were elected at the ai.nual
meeting of the stockholders Tuesday:
Kdward Curtis Smith, Fdward A. Chit
tenden, John P. Rich and Stephen K.
1 P lie
nd Mrs- 1
H ? HUtl
I, In 1
r Dyiei l.s ill. Charles Moron
P a deuce, R. I., whoro he
pi).! try course. Tho grange
Tut sday evening. Mr.
lik Hri.ivji wero In I'nderlilll
.i Hi'i's spent Saturday
w ti Jim cousin, Roy deve
st 'I 'intiias Moiitn was tit
S ndav. -Harry Allen's little
is bitt r Mr. Fiillei l.s nblo to be
M F 'i' 1' Muzzy has gone to her
-ii i 'Jolt. aitir spending a month
t ithur 1 i Hi'UllV. Mrs. Mareia Sa-
i , i t tin annual meeting of the.
I il' nl ( ii Tnursday the follow-
i,h up i wi ' (iiiu-ti; iTosiiicui, .uis
I' D .u,r nL, vi' e-presldent, Mrs. T. H
Hett ft iy, Mrs. Lucius Flint.
trensun r Mrs. J Ji. At Kins. A i-un w.ts
In i J tuir. 1. iu Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Whit Mrs Co'iL'hlln, who has been 111,
win J 1 r inotht-r, Mrb. Laurie,
d i I f. il down stairs Friday
i i i .1 ,i i t n id her skull. Piiuu
li . -ic , developed and tho Is
K -n t
t i i
-l ' I ifl f
Da i is leturned after bpend
la -..nation in Now York.
Hi. i . .- '.s unable to open the
ei I .1 ii'iiury li, owing to the
i .I In i- mother, Mm. Frank
l'n d A. Pi i-elval has re
in ndlng a few days n
1 Chase went to Huston
s ii. g. llauloy's fumlly
R. W. Hi own was 'it
' nston over Sunday.--C.
ilsittir In Hurllngton
I hutch l visiting liU
I VI o l-r
ill Hi r
About I.S couple attenilc-d the danco un
der the auspices ot the Falrlleld orchestra.-Mrs-
II. S Gilbert, who Is 111, is
considered about the same. The Misses
Ina and Pearl Shunou of Hlghgate are
visiting their aunt, .Mrs. Clayton Stullle
beam. II. Allen Soule, who has been In
Huston for u few weeks, has returned.
Geoige riynions lias begun work for H.
S. Soule, drawing milk irom l airneui to
Fast Fairfield for tho Alden Hrothers.
Miss Nellie McFnany und Doris Habcock
of New Vork, who havo been visiting at
tl.e homo of Miss Mil3nan.'s parents,
have returned. J. P. Perry, who has been
ill with typhoid fever, 1 considered bet
Miss Dllzabith I ph.'im Is 111 with tho
grip. Tin- Latins' Aid sui lety will hold a
soehibli with Mrs. Charles llaker Thurs
d.O altii ii'kiii
Mrs. D. S. Wanen has returned to La
Grunge-., HI., after a visit of two weeks
wilii In r 'laughter, Mrs. Clark H. Jennl
sim. ,who is parsing tho winter in tim
old Jennlson home. Mrs. C. 15. Hepburn
has gone to isii Hlatlves u, few weeks
In noithcrn New Vork.
The Rev. Mr. Forsytho of Hlcliford will
olllclate at the morning service at V):S0
at the Lpiseopal Church Sunday. Tho
school in this Milage has been closed for
the past three weeks on account ot
much slekiiess. Mr. and Mrs. Walter H.
Kltiell and daughter Shirley, visited at
.1. C. Kitteii'H, Lnosburg, over Sunday.-
Miss Mildml Kittell, the telephone oper
ator, I.- again able to be, on duty after
several weeks' Illness with the measles.
Louis Fnrant, who sprained Ills right
tinkle bmlly about four weeks ago, Is
still iiinlmul to tho house-, 11. M. and JJ.
A. W Us of the firm of Wells Hrothers
are taking inventory and are to dissolve
pnitnorhlilp. It is reported that 11. M.
Wells will iiitry on tho business.
Ito.vce. Tho directors elected the follow
ing ollleers: President, 13. C. Smith; vice-I
presidents, W. Heerher Fonda, Fdward 1
A. Chittenden; cashier, John C. Strana-i
Tho civil case of Francis J. Houghton
vs. Perry G. Cook was tried In city court
yesterday before Judge N. N. Post. The
case Is one In which Mr. Houghton claims
that Mr. Cook took certain property on
a note for Theodore Wagner and some
money, and had not accounted to Mr.
Houghton for it. The Jury, composed
of W. il. H Greene, H. W. Ilntch, J. W.
Ryan. F. M. Spauldlng, O. N. Pease and
Miurice Garey, brought In a verdict for
tho plaintiff to recover from tho defendant
$212.12 and costs of J7.07. The first part
of the afternoon was taken up with
getting the deposition of the plaintiff,
who Is 91 years old.
At the annual meeting of the stock
holders of the St. Albans .Messenger Co.
the following directors were elected: E. C.
Smith, N. 1-5. 1F.euyer, Frank L. Greene,
13. A. Chittenden, J. Gregory Smith. The
directors organized by electing tho fol
lowing officers: President, 13. C. Smith;
general manager and treasurer, N. E.
L'lCctiyer; clerk, N, 13. L'Ecuyer; execu
tive committee, E. C. Smith, N. E.
L'Ecuyer and Frank L. Greene.
The following directors have been
elected by the stockholders of the Frank
lin County Savings Hank Ac Trust com
pany: Charles E. Schoff, A. H. Ileoman,
Nelson Goodspeed, H. B. Weeks, Henry
C. Morton, William T. Merrltt and L. J,
Morton. The directors elected these of
ficers: President, Mr. Schoff; vice-president,
Mr. Rceman; secretary, L. J
Morton; treasurer, Aaron Wesson; as
sistant treasurer, Safford E. Thorp.
Miss Maria Kellt-y,
homo of her brothei
Roston, was brought to Fairfield, her for
mer home, for burial. The funeral wns
held at St. Patrick's Church, tho Rnv. N.
J. Lachance officiating. The Imarers
were IMward Cox, Charles Sullivan,
Francis Damn nnd Frank Miles. Misv
Kollcy was S5 years old and lived In this
city and St. Albans town for many years
Mr. and Mrs. James Ooodali, Mms Lois i
Goodall and Mis. Winona Taft were In
Essex Junction Saturday and Sunday. (
I T here will be a public dame In Carpen-,
! ter's hall Friday evening. Mls Mabelle
Orton Is In the St. Albans hospital, whore
she rccentb undiruent a sueci s.sfttl op-
i oration. Mrs. J. K. I'olburn entertained j
the Delta Alpha class at her homo Mon- i
day evening. Miss Julia Dewey, who has
been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. !
i Reuben Dewey, has returned to W'elles
, ley, Mass. Rcglnning Thur.sday ovenlng
I at 7:20 there will be special evangelistic
services under the leadership of tin- Rev.
j George H. Watt of Harre. These meet-!
j ings will continue until Sunday evening, ,
i January 28. Mrs. E. C. Nash of Hurling-
I ton pnssetl Sunday and Monday with her I
father, S. E. Wilson. W. S. Jiuld of
Enosburg was a business visitor In town
Tuesday. The Rev. S. S. Rrlgham was
In St. Albans Tuesday. Mr. nnd Mrs. R.
C. Hallaid attended tho poultry show In
St. Albans January 14.
Charles Itnhforil of this place, who has
been 111 with sciatic liieumatl-un, Is slow
ly recovering. Ml and Mrs. Oscar Corn
stock of St. Albans have been spending
a few days with their uncle and aunt,
Mr. and Mrs. David Haker and family.
The six year old daughter of Mr. anil
Mrs. Michael Orion is 111 with an attack
Mr. and Mrs. H. II. Rossler passed Sun
day with Mrs. Rossler's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. P. Shangraw. Mrs. Homer
Frazler went to Eron i. N. V., yesteidav
to visit her daughter. Mrs. Ella Palm-.
-flir ji , "i Luini" r company has
i i ti Wo 'i-t'itk Lumber company
ot Hostile., its s-uce stumpage on the
( aula lit pi1 tu i:i eompany, algo It mill
lit sit' vi n Mil's, Hid has leased Its mill
l 1 a- i per o.l of IS yeius. This Is till'
1 r t deal in this vicinity for some
Mm Peter M'Gittilck was called to
Ho'it-n S nd iv l' tho death of his sister,
Mrs TI mi i Mulier, who died Filday
nlgl T f ile mi was held Monday.
Hi idr ii. i' hm-band, Mrs. Jlaher s sur
V ed ii i i diiighterx, the Mlses Mar
v ret JI r. Catherine und Nellie Maher
of Hot't' i nid '.Mrs. Max Waldeeker of
Itochi ttr N T four brothers, P. II.
MeGcttr'ck ot Franklin Falls, N. II.. Fe
lix W. M'Gtttii' k of Hoston, Peter Jb -riettrlck
of R' Mforil and Jan" - M.ti '
trick ot Falrlleld, and ouo bister, Mrs.
i he anneal meeting of the First Con
i egatmiial suilety w-iis held Thursday
In the chapel. .Supper was served at 6:20,
with tin. bitsiiiiss meeting following. Of
lleeis elected were: Chairman, W. D.
i handler; tin It and treasurer, Frank K.
Folsom: tlliectots lo Janunry 1, 1911, C. F
Flint, F. 13. FnUoin, to Jainmiy 1, IMS,
S. F. dishing, Georgo S. Wright, to lOPi,
J. M. Woot s and W. 11. Chandler. The
treasurer ii-pm-tod receipts during tho
year of U401,(i and a balance on hand
of t2ti'.!il. The ei tlniated expenses for 1813
ale (M,0. After the business meeting tho
Rev. l'raser .Metzger of Randolph gave
an address in "Federation of Chinches."
Leiren T. Greene, 5S years old, cut
Ids thr-iat Friday afternoon. The
deed was committed shortly after flvo
o'clock. Ills wife, nnd hor brothor,
L. 1. c. Rest, wero In the house nt tho
lime, but not In tho room with Mr
i.reene. Healing a sound which she
supposed lo bo that of running water,
Mrs. fircone went to tho slttlnff room,
whore sho sow hor husband lying on
the floor, with blood spouting from
the i'i iilar volt- mil causing tho sound
jllor firm thought was that tho blooj.
Tho Sunday school board of the Metho
dist Episcopal Church was pleasantly en
tertained Friday afternoon at the home
of the superintendent, S. W. Hrush. After
a social hour nnd supper tho following
officers wore elerted: Superintendent, S.
W. Hrush; assistant superintendent, A.
N. Southard; secretary. Mrs. G. L. Butler;
treasurer, Jlrs. R. W. Taft; correspondent
secretary, Mrs. C. W. Hrush chorister,
George Lawton; librarian. Miss Ruth H.
Hutler, assistant llbrnrlnn, Miss Marjory
Vincent; teachers, primary department,
-Mis. 11. R. Hollows, Mrs. F. A. Petty,
Mrs. A. Emery; Inlet mediate department.
Mrs. G. L. Hutler, Mrs. 11. M. Gregory,
Mrs. C. W. Hrush, Mrs. A. N. Southard;
adult department, Mrs. W. D, Stewart,
the Rov, S. S. Rrlgham, Jlrs. F, Daniels,
II. E. Glddlngs, c. II: Hrush The school
Us financially In good standing. JI. L.
Hicks and C, S. Howard wero In St.
Albans Saturday on business. Tho stores
will closo Thursday evenings nt sl
o'clock, beginning Thursday. E. K.
Montague, is confined to tho house by ill
ness. John Shea has gone to Troy, N. Y
for medical advice. Fay Hunt of Essex
Junction was a business visitor In town
Saturday. Edward Jlaxtleld, who has
teen seriously 111 with pneumonia, Is
gaining slowly. There will be a public
dnnce at Carpenter's hall Friday night
Tho following ollleers of Mlsslstptol
Court, No, WS, Catholic Order of For-
esters, was Installed Thursday evening:
Chief ranger, F. A, Lalley; vico-ehlef
ranger, D. A. Henolt; past-chief ranger,
Francis Lapelle of Hoston Is spend
ing a week with his parents. Jlr. and
Jlrs. F. D. Lapelle The opening of
tho village schools has again been
deferred to Monday, January 20, somo
of tho rooms not being In readiness.
The new building will bo open for In
spection to tho public Saturday af
ternoon nnd evening with a ivcoptlon
In the evening by the building com
mittee, school board nnd teachers.
Richard Colomb has purchase 1 of Nel
son Llmlow the building on First
street known as tho Chamberlln
shop. It Is understood Jlr. Colomb
will convert the building Into a gar
age. Thomas Dunn of Saratoga
I Springs, who has been hero slnco last
who died at tho I Juno engaged In building Swanton's
Mark Kollcy of ! new schoolhouse, has closed up here
and left for his home Saturd'y. R. O.
Mudgett of Essex Junction ivas here
Saturday Inspecting the heating plant,
vontilntlng system and plumbing of
the new school building, for which
his concern hnd the contract. JIIss
JIarlon Plntt Is able to bo out after after
being confined to tho house for
week with tho grip.
Tho annual meeting ot the stockholders
of the Isle La Motte Telephone com
pany was held January v. Tho following
dltictors were elected: Mrs. II. II.
.Ski els, W. F. 11111, M. S. Thomas, N. W.
Flsk, Dr. J. S. King. At the directors'
mi etlng the following officers were elect
nl: President, W. F. Hill, vice-presi
dent, JI. S. Thomas; general manager,
Dr. J. S. King; secretnry-treasuier, Jlrs. 1
11. H. Skeels; nudltor, N. W. Flsk. Tho
t ompany Is moving the central offlco into
new- iiiarlers. Jlrs. II. H. Skeels has '
gone to Jlontpellei- to attend tho recep
tion given by Jlrs. Fletcher ami Miss
Fletcher and will visit Northllelil before
her return. Miss Mary Jlontgomery re
turned home Saturday after two weeks
In Hiirllngton. Jlr. and Mrs. Theodore
Floury and daughter erf St. Albans aro
visiting In (own. Aldls O. Hnll of Hos
toi' was called hero January 3 by thei
sudden dentil of his brother, Dyer Hall.
While Misses ICatle Early and Ruth
Pike weie dilvlng home Saturday and
while passing Janu-s Jtirvls' house his
dog ran out and f lightened their horse,
which ran away. Ilotb girls were thrown
out. JIIss Early received a broken collar
bone, while JIIss like escaped with slight
bruises. I'he sleigh was damaged. Tho
funeial of Dyer II. Hall was held at the
.Methodist Episcopal Church Frlda tifter
iioeii. the Rev. G. W. Westcot olln iatlng.
The seilces ill the grave were conducted
by the Woodimti society. Tho floral nf
feiings were many nnd beautitnl. Jlrs.
Lena Jlontgomery wis home from Hur
lington last week. She returned to Hur
liugton Saturday accompanied by .Mrs.
Jlelvln Pike. The selectmen have issued
a warning tor a second special town meet
ing to see if the town will vote to ap
pioprlate 20 cents on the dollar of the
grand list, nnd to repay each tax payer,
who has paid taxes at the rate ot 70
Iter cent., such seems as are r excess of
:') per cent, of his grand list.
Mrs. I.oron JI. Hurdlck of New York
t ity and of Grand Isle gave a largo recep
tion and tea for her daughters, the Misses
Hazel Lucille Hurdlck and Dentins Craw
foid Hurdlck, at hor home F01 St.
Nicholas avenue on Saturday, January 11.
Thoso who received with Jlrs. Hurdlck
and her daughters were Jlrs. Frank M.
Dunn and daughter, Jl ss Helen Little
Dunn of JIt. Klsco, N. Y.', and Jlrs.
Mai shall Carleton Pease of New York
city. Assisting In the dining room were
the Jllsses .May A. P. Smith, Claire H.
Stelnhllber, M. Otllle Stelnhllber, Elta
St. Albans, who has Visited mentis Hero
during tho past week, went Tuesday to
Portsmouth, N. !I for u stay of a month
with frlcnds.-Tho parish supper of the
congregational Church has been post
poned Indefinitely on account of the
pastor, tho Rev. W. E. Haker, being
T. II. Wlnslow, U. S. superintendent
of rond construction, will speak at n
union meeting hero February 0 ami
will pass Sunday In town. IIo helped
organize tho great movement In Hen
nlngton county and It Is hoped good
results will bo tho outcome. Tho
basketball team from Fort Edward,
N. V who play P. A. hero this evening
has lost but one game In the past
thren years. Tho mil' s friends of
Harold It. Flshor will bo Interested
to learn that he has resigned bis posl-
Hon as Instructor at Hlackhall, Conn.,
! to accept a more lucrative one at
1 Jlorcorsburg, Pa. This school has 400
i students and Is one of tho largest
j private schools in tho country. .Mr.
Flshor will teach clnsslcal English
land have chnrgo of tho academy mag
i ozino. The Delta Alpha class of the
Jlothodlst Episcopal Church will meet
with Mrs. JInud Jones on Court street
I Wednesday evening, January 22. This ,
Is tho annual mooting nnd tho election
of officers will take plnco. Jlrss Eliza- 1
beth Stone has returned from a two
weoks' visit In Maiden, Mass The
ladles of tho Methodist Church will
servo a suppor next Wednesday. A
business meeting will bo hold at four
o'clock. Jlrs, G. 13. Smith passed
Wednesday in Hiirllngton. Jacob
Goldthwalt left Wednesday for Dix- '
vlllo Notch, N. II., where ho will have
employment on tho farm whore George
II. Terrlll Is In charge. Dr. and Mrs.
Georgo C. Rublee of Hardwlck were i
guests Tuesday of Jlr. and Mrs. W.
M. Sargent. Harry Smith, who has
sold the E. A. Hastings farm to Jlr.
Rnllny of Wolcott, Is moving to tho
John Utton house on Maple street.
tcrtnlned several ladles from Fairfax ut
her homo Monday evening. Miss Ma
Curtis and Tellas Stone were marrle
Wednesday afternoon at the home of tb.
btlde, the Rev. C. 8. Hulbert olTlct it n
After a short wedding trip Mr n.d Jli
Stono T relde In Cambrid--'
The legular meeting ot tin Dortis i
rlety will bo held at the churn pai.i
January 21 for dinner. Nathan Joie s I,
gone to Hiirllngton for treattm nt - -O d
linker returned to her school Jlonda.
Regular meeting of the grange will
held Saturday evening at M, rntt Shai
tuck's, where a baked beim supper v
be served. The Ladles' Aid will tn
with Mrs. Lena Liimhrey Tliur'-'la
2.1rd for supper nnd to spend the inn
All are Invited to attend. News has
received from Montgomery of the tb
of Fred Lumbley, oldest sun of Mrs
I. umbroy. R. II. Hlake has i , n in
health the pist few tl.tys.-Mi ml Mi
II. W. Emery were In North ID le P-
Sundny to visit the parents of Mrs I i
ery. Nearly nil schools In town lose "
The funeral of John Llntn, r w a
Sunday. Mis. John II.il! Is nit tx,
ed to live. L. C. Fdiill Is In Huston f"
few day. 11. A. Taylor has moved fr
the north pnrt of the town Into the J,.-
bouse I.. Valley Is finishing "ff ti,
rooms over bis store for a tcnenv nt at
expects his sister from Montreal to k
house for him. .Mrs. William M Do '
Is In Hurllngton for an operaticn
Mary Fletcher hospital. Jli
Parker Is III. It is expected .
line from Wolcott to tho Hra-nh
changed later, having Woli,tt
morning Instead of the Hi ire n
Wheeler, Sr.. was In St. .luhti-l
day. Jlr. Jlerlam of lUidwi
ii - .1 I.
tr JI i
i v'. it' i
! HYDE PARK.
Tho marriage of Hertrand H. Hennett
' and Mrs. Elizabeth Hlodgett took place .
' W ertnesday, January 8 at the home of thu
luldo's mother on Church street, tho Rov.
It. II. Trill performing the ceremony In
i the presence of the bride'.-, immediate I
I lelatlves. After a wedding breakfast Mr. I
j and Mrs. Hennett went nt once to their j
now home on a farm two miles out of
' tho village. j
I JIIss Ilalllo Gates has been called to 1
New Haven, Conn , by the serious 111- j
ness of her sister. Jlis Shepard. '
The Lamoille County National bank
hold Its annual meeting Tuesday,
electing these directors: C. S. Pi(?o,
IL M. JIcFarland, II. A. Noyes, R. S.
Page of Hytlo Park, II. E. Rrlgham or
Hakorsfleltl, I. I. Pearl of Oklahoma
antl L. V. Smlllo of Cambridge. The
organization was completed by elect
ing C. S. Page president, II. JI. Mc
Fnrland, vice-president. II. A. Noyes.
cashier, T. Flnnegan. bookkeeper,
JIIss Hlanche Brlgham, teller, JIIss i
Sara Chapin stenographer. The Hyde ,
Park Savings bank elected at its an- ,
nual meeting Tuesday C. S. Page. ,
It. s. Page, D. H. Scribncr, R. W. Hul- 1
btird, II. M. JIcFarland, Hyde Park, S
his brother, F.
her mother In
c. Merlam, in
Men rlsvllle fm
Eltnoi e ov
I Hogg. Agnes .M. Deinke, Alice D. Conger. I A. Fife, Wolcott, A. A. Pike. Stowe
I tii r.n, M.h.i v.wi T?in trustees. The organization Is C. :-
Ford, A Helen Kellar and Helen Jlerry- Page, president, II.
TI,.. mnm ,1 uent-n w-IMi ntnlr , VlcO-Prcsldent, F. M.
roses and there was a musical program.
A dance for the younger set followod In
Mrs. Charb-s H Hurt bin r .
of the death In Red OaU, ,.
S of Mrs. Ann Duttun. the wl.
soph W. Adams, after a lon i It
Adams, who was about 7" r
was formerly for many ycats
of Stowo. She went West with
band many years ago.
Mrs. Mary Haines, who hul
for two weeks, lol lowing a si'
Friday afternoon at the h " 1 1 1
ni'.e, Jlrs. J. G. Tomllnson
street. Jlrs. Harm s was in
yar and had never been um te
bid by illness for a slnglt .la.
was stricken two wei ks nim S'
last survivor of the large f.n
di, n ot the late William
Fi-inklln Hurt. She was born .n
ham, but enme to Stowe with
, nts In childhood. She wns . i
sev, nil years in the cotton m
ell, Mmss., in eatly life. Sn
nag , I'.i yeats ago, to Ueoi.:.. 1:
lur home has always no, 1
Forks. She came about threi
to spend the winter with Jlu
son. expecting to return to u r
the spring. Jlr. Harnes died
.Mars ugo. Jlrs. Humes Is
I' Iv 1
er, Jlrs. r. .i. euiver, aceoiiiiin-ii
Glenn Perry has gone to Woodsvllle,
N. H whoro he has employment.
Mis. Abigail Yates Is visiting tho family
of his nephew. Jlelvin Yates JIIss Jen
nie Stevens of East Herkshlre Is the
guest of Mrs Roy Maynard. .Mrs. L. A.
Warner, who is ill with Hiighfs disease.
Is a little more comfortable. Gardner II.
Whltcomb has been 111 with an attack of
the grip. Tho W. F. M. society will meet
at the Congregational Church vestr
Thursday at 2.110 p. m. Mis. Clara Fair
banks will be the leader. Mrs. F. L. Ken
field and chll'tien are at the home of her
parents for a while.
The funeral of Fred Lumbra was held
Tuesday ut the Catholic Church with a
large atenilauce. the Rev Father Cote
Stowell, son of Jlr. nnd Mrs
Stowell, nud Jllss Agnes A.
Enosburg, laughter of Mr.
Joshua Clark, wero united
In marriage at tho bride's home Tues
day, January 7, the Rev. John Steven
son performing the ceremony. Mr.
and .Mrs. Stowell have purchased tho
JleNall farm on tho Wolcott road, and
short wedding trip have taken
possession of tho faun.
A gniiu of basketball Saturday evening,
Rov Scouts vs. Stowe- freshmen, resulted
In a victory for the scouts, score, 23 to
14. Jllss Allle Smith of Hardwlck passed
Sunday lieie with her sister. Miss Hlnnch
Smith. Mr nnd .Mrs. A. E. Wheeler and
daughter, Miss JIarlon Henson Wheeler,
passed Sunday In C.uly's Falls, guests ot
her sister and husband. Mr. and Jlrs.
Walter Warren, Jlr. anil Mrs. William
Hlnlr, who have been at Hlghgate for
some time, leturned Satuuiay evening on
account of the 111 health of Jlr. Hlalr.
The lommlttee In charge of the annual
mastiui lade dance to bo given by Lamoille
Lodge, N. E. O. P., is planning to hold
the dnnce about February 1. District
Siiperinti nd-nt, the Rev. W. H. Duke
shlic of St. Albans preached at tho
Methodist Church Sunday morning and
delivered a lecturo Sunday evening De-
conduct'ng and pn'.'iehlng mi ex ollcnt ,... .. .,nk,n me,,tng ot the Improvement
sermon In English. The Sacred Heart so- , (.,llsh m)1, congregational Brotherhood.
clety, the Catholic Order of Foresters, Jml,. Gtorgo M. Powers returned f
and the Indi pendent Order of Fou stors Ml)tpUlcr .Monday to attend tho i-uprcme
attend! d the service lr ti body. Jlr. Lum- 1 t,(lur, jhs i;Vu Dewing went Monday
but wns 11 member of all of these so- j , rft Albans for u few days. O. E.
eieties He died at me .nary t-letclier 1 ijiauchaid of Elmlra, 111., 73 years of ago,
W. E. Mltlguy; recording secretary, F.
A, Laflamo; financial secretary, W. Jl.
Uifleyj treasuror, L. A. Deputle; trustees,
C. I). Latley, W. E. Curtln, 11. E. Duso;
speaker, D. J, Archambault; spiritual
advisor, tho Rov. O. E. L'Ecuyer; senior
conductor, II, J. Henolt; Junior conductor,
Patrick Duffy ; Inside sentinel, Wilfred
St, Germain; outsltln sentinel, Willie
Duffy. At the legular meeting of Enos
burg Lodge, No. 63, I. O f). F., Tuesday
January 7, the following officers were in
stalled: Noble grand, FianU Forsythe.
vlco-noblo grand, William Stanley; rec
ording secretary, E. E. Heatty; financial
secretary, J, II. Hlalr; treasurer, A. J.
Croft; right supporter of noble grand, F.
A, diced; left supporter of noblo grand,
W, V. Phelps; right supporter of vice.
grand, W. .". Redmond, left supporter of
vice-grand, James McFeetcrs, warden, H.
W, Shover; conductor, F. A Norton,
chaplain 11. F, JIcFecters; Inside guaid,
C, I Kendall; outsldn guard, U D. Hurt
R, 8. &, CI. 13. Towie, L. H. S., E. C
Kendall. Grand Mister F. G. Nichols of
A fair sized audience gathered at the
1 union sorvlco in tho Haptlst Church Sun'
hospital Saturday night nfter an opera
tion. The Rev. Father Cete went to St.
Albans Tuesday nlleniuon. ". E. Hut-chit!,--
stai tod his new log hauler Satur
day for tho first time. It Is run by gaso
line. It Is said to 00 me urst nnu only
hauler In tin- State. It was built In
.Maine. Miss Nettle Dow of Hurllngton
i-i in town.
The Christian Endeavor will serve an
(.yfter suppir Tuesday evening, Jam 21.
A pi OKI "ill consisting of singing nnd reel-
tiitlons will toitm -.- i.omse Mtieeier
Is ill with piu iimotil 1 Jlrs. L. Francos
Jolle Is Msltlu at I'1'01'- H. .Morrill's
at Pakersileld.' H. S. Jeffords and Elmer
Tyler nre III.
Cltilr Derby of Sentinel Hutte, N. D Is
visiting his parent. Mr. and .Mrs. A. C.
Derby. "The Country Minister," a play
which was to l'p lvr" 1,y '''nmlilln tal
ent In Foresters' hall January II, bus
been postponed until Janunry 22Tho
condition of Mi- T' R -'Wn. who l.:i
been ill with bronchial pneumonia, s un.
provlng.-C. I- fi'Pron. who was called
hero by tho Illness of hie mother, has re
turned to Mnlono. N. V-H. C Gallup ;ln,i
daughter, Smile of North Sheldon, visited
his sister. Mr H'1"' 1,mVL'"- Sutuidaj -p
Percy f Hertford, Que., was at
Charles Kwt'' Thursday.
The regular meeting of Manner Grange
will he I'1'1'1 nl'lay ovenlng. -There s
much fllck'K""4 ln ,nwn' 0,10 cftao "t
scarlet fever i reported lit Host Georgia.
who has spent a month with his niece
and nephew. Jlr. and Jlrs. II. P. Munson,
loft .Monday for Pittsburg, Pa., where ho
will remain n month beloro returning
home. Mrs. Crnm Is seriously ill at the
home, of her daughter, Mrs. George
Tillotson Mrs. Augusta Spauldlng Is eon
hnid to her bed by Illness. Miss Mildred
Cade ot St. Johnsbury was n guest over
Sunday of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and
Mrs. William Wallace Jlrs. Ralph Hub
bell of Wolcott passed Sunday with her
brother and wife, Jlr. and Mrs, Ruy
I Jllss Saldee Snuilley went to Johnson
.Monday evening for a short stay. James
Cleveland of Wliltetleld, N. II., came
home .Monday,.ovcnIng for a short vaca
tion. V. W. ft und of Hardwlck passed
.Monday night with his mother, Mrs. A.
H. Rand. A game of basketball has been
arrnngcil between Jlorrlsvllle and Fort
Edward. N. Y., nt Jlorrlsvllle Thuisday
e enliig, Janunry 18. The Rev. W. E.
Raker was called to Rochester, N, Y.,
Tuesday by the death of Ills brother-in-law,
t. 13. Smith. -Mr and .Mis. O. D.
Hncon left Tuesday for M1ntre.1l, where
they will attend the 1Mb aniiU ersary of tho
marriage of their nephew and niece, .Mr.
and Jlrs J. C Yomnn. and will remain
fur a longer visit. A. A. Nlles went Tues
day to Jllddlebury to Install olllcers-eleet
In the local post G. A. R. Jllss Hesslo
Conger, ivno has passed the holiday vaca
tion with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. M.
D. Herns, returned Tuesday to tho deaf
and dumb school at Jliilone, N. Y Jlrs.
Clara 11. Nlles was In Johnson Tuesday,
whete she acted as Installing olllcer at
the Insinuation Tuesday afternoon of tho
ollleers of tho local W. It. C, and ln the
Saturday evening about SO of the mem
bers of the Second Congregational Church,
and others gave a reception to tho Rev.
It IJ. Horned and his bride, Immediately
follow lne: their return from their wed
ding trip. The receptlcn was held from
eight until 10 o'clock nt tho Second Con- I
; grcgatlonnl Church, of which .Mr. Darned
i Is pastor, the church having been ap-
prlately decorated le grcm and whlto'
for tho occasion. In tho receiving lino
with Jlr. and Mrs. Harned were the Rev.
nnd Mrs. II. C. Howard, Jlr. and Jlrs.
Samuel A. Harnod and Jlr. nnd Jlrs. A.
C. GrlswoUl. Lunch was served in the
lecture room. Instrumental music wns
rendered by JIIss .Marlon Cornell and Mrs.
JI, S. Hnwley, followed by "The Rosary,"
sung by Mis. Jl. A. Shaver of Danvers,
Muss. The brido was JIIss Lydla A.
I lnger of Davenport, la., for several years
national field secretary of tho Congre
gational Hullding society.
D. H. Watklns, who has been seriously
ill, Is Immporlnvg and also Jlrs. Jlary
Morgnn, who Is 111 nt the home of her
daughter, Jlrs. George Gllmore. II. Jl.
Cornell, who has been 111 several weeks,
Is Improving, but Is not yet able to be
out. Tho little daughter of Mr and Jlrs.
John Martin Is seriously 111 with pneu
monia followingthe measles. The schools
which have had a two weeks' vacation on
account of much sickness ln town, will
lesuine sessions on Monday. A daughter
was recently born to Jlr. and Jlrs. Walla
Stearns. II. It. Nye left Tucsdav morn
ing to visit In New Hampshire and Mass-
actnisetts. Tuesday evening tht- officers
I of Jeffe-ri-onvllle Orange were Installed,
nsslstod hy Jlrs. Clement Smith of Mor
risvlllc. The exercises were public nnd a
largo company partook of a conundrum
.Mr. and Jlrs. J, 11. Mudgett of .Morris
vllle spent Sunday with .Mr. and .Mrs.
Henry Manchester. Jlr. und .Mrs. C. H.
Stearns nnd Prof. I R, Allen went to
Hoston Friday to purchase furniture for
tho dormitory. William Hayford was
married last week to JLs, Elldea Rivers
They havo commenced keeping houso ln
the old Hayford stores The Herlln -Mills
company have commenced shipping their
spruco logs to their mill In Herlln, N H.
George Llvermoro remains nbout the
same. I. L. Pearl Is to leave for his win
ter homo In Ardmore, Oklahoma, ln a
few days for an absence of a few weeks.
Lewis Roberts left for St. Albans Jlon
day. Mibs Jlona iAicke has returne-d to
St. Albans. Tho Rev. G. L. Story was In
Hiirllngton Satuuiay. Pearl Potter has
retained to Stephentown, N. Y. William
Jlonthomery Is blowiy recovering fiom
the measles. Merl Pease ot .Montgomery
spent Saturday and Sunday with his aunt,
Jlrs. E. M, .Maynard. Mrs. Rory Lyon
Is spending the week with Mr and .Mrs.
H. A. Hulkley returned Friday from a
ft w days' visit with his parents in Water-
bury. E. C. Ellsworth has been spending
several days with Ills son, Jercy, In North
Adams, Mass. Jlrs. Lucy W'heelock Is
lsitlng ut the home of her brother, N.
H. Payne. F. M. Reynolds Is In Host"n
tills week On account of Illness tho
Springer Kimball Concert company has
a stepson, Willis Jl. Ham -. -'
grandson, Roy II. Harnes. and -nepnews
and uieees. Shi .n.'
estei me-d by all who km . !
the snowfall of last week t . 1 1
drawing logs into varlou lui. ' -Jlrs
W. A. Aldrich has t..ei
week fiom the effects of f.nli-u 1
veranda at her home at tin . I
Her daughter, Jllss Louise 1-1 1 . i
L.scx. is caring for her.- 1'r nl. 1 '
I Hale of Harre and Miss Lula Ellen Ha
1 of Wllll.imstown. were 11 aru. d I'h r
.day by Justice C. M. W ' t
' At tin- regular meeting "l .-. 1
I ter, No. ;ll. Order of the i:i-. t s
I Wednesday, Jan. S Misses Ruby and R 1 a
I Collins weie initiated. Dis-ini 1 1H u'
j Sherwood of Rutland Installed the olli s
I of Mansfield Camp. Modern Wo "line 1 f
America, Thursday evening, as folio.-, s
Consul, A. L. -Morrill; ndsisor. Geo' , 1
W. Chapin. secretary, F P HlUlt.s,
banker. .1. R. Wells; watchman, A i
Corse; sentry, Howard Smth. am
physician, Dr. II. W. Harrows: trust-
H. G. Godfrey, O. II. Adams, II W
Harrows. -George Ravlln, wlm has h, . u
employed as teamster by II E. Shaw at
Stowe Forks, has emplovment with W
Jl Adams ln this villnqe. Jlrs Ravlm w 11
wolk for Jlrs. Adams. Walter Le an
takes Mr. Ravlln's pbu e as teamster -Jlrs.
Jnmes Conway, wlm has been 1
for some time, accompanied , 1 mct'ier
who had been caring for In 1 1 In r r -turn
to Chazy, N. Y., and will -pond the
winter there. At the anin.11 business
me-etlng of the Congregational Ladles' 1
society Thursday afternoon "tll. ers we o
elected as follows: President .Mrs Aid i
Warren; first vn e-presldent Mts Fmm 1
Straw; second viec-presiuent. .urs uuri
Adams; secietary and tr. a- r. r, Mis.
Anna Kimball; business n.n m.ttee Mrs.
Abble Pike, .Mrs. Ida Cuh.r M - Di 1 .1
Tomllnson, Mls Daurn Thomas so HI
and publ'clty committee, JLs Miry JI -goit.
The funeral of Jlrs. Jlnry Harnes was
conducted by the Rev. F. T. Crane Su 1
day afternoon at the home of her niece,
Jlis. eliiitla romllnson. where she died
Friday from the offsets of a shock. The
bearers were four nephews, Frank J
Hurt, N. H. Robinson, Stewaid H. Nut
ting and K. C. Robinson. Tho finger
vere Jlrs. Alice Raymond, Jlrs. II W
Harrows, . H. Cheney and II W Hum
ham. Htii1.il was in the West Hranch cei 1
etery. Mrs. Dora Harnes, who was ca 1
ed here Saturday by the death of Jlrs.
Jnrncs, returned Jtonday to Watcrbiuy
Center. Mr. nnd Jlrs. Jl. P Jlerrlek
who have visited JIt. anil Jlrs J 1 n
Foster, left Monday for Fort Cm ing i
N. Y., by way of Jlontrea. - Jllss Gn -P.ocf
h .islttng her sister. Mrs. Hett s,
In White River Junction George ilous' 111
Is ill with the mumps, Mr. nnd .Mrs.
J Foster spent Jlnndav in Cad I Is
and Nonlstown. News has ln.ii r ei I
of the bi-'li of n daii-tlitt 1 .1 m r '
to Jlr. and Jlrs. Albert Hoiist 1. 11 I os
ton. Mr. Houston was furr i fi m
Stow - and .Mrs. Houston was Jliss Ji 1 y
Harrows of Jlorrlsvllle, Jlrs. I" R Galo
is passing the week with lit r riaug.i r,
.Mrs. E. .1 Houston. In C.uli s 1- alls
.Mr. and Jlrs. Albert Homer are employed
at Juines Conway's lumber .amp 011 tho
south branch, Jlrs. Homer ncllng as cook
Forrest WUMns, who has been eonh'ieel
with a badls sprained nnMe. Is ib. to
walk without crutches. At the meeting
of .Matishohl Mountain ilr.inge Saturd,vy
afteinoon the olf leers elected w. i install
ed by Past Jlasler J. I Campbi 11, us.
slsted hy C. P. Scrlhner, Inst tiling m r
shall, with Mis. b.'on Hutts at the piano,
Tho Rev. Snmttel Davla was able to ha
(Couilmird mi pneu 12.)