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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS AND TIMES; THURSDAY, JANUARY 1, Ijim.
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datiRhter left Mniulay for Kecscvlllc,
X. V., after a few diiv with her father,
1''. It. Fiiw. anil her wis-teis, MrH W. Jt.
Warner and Air.", CI en rue W. Stone.
1'etcr Sotro wn brought here Monday
1v Deputy Sherllf K. .1. Sanford ot inn
Mlddlchiir.v Jail, whcic he wuh commit
tcd and held for examination hint week
bv City Sheriff I'rcd l.cbciili, and tuUen
' before JiiKtlrc fi. R O. Klmhall, eharficd
with stealing r,: from Thmnits Thorns', n
I fellow workman with whom ho hiinked
In a ear at the depot. Afler hcurlns the
evldenee the court held Snrro in mo sum
of jf,no for the June term of county court
at Middlchltrv. Kalllnc to plocuie. hall
(Mil-.) lll,de, slnt. r of I ' 'or"
tuid Mm. I,. l nimr. The H'Jiii' Mls
slonni. hoc lely bold Its lii'dlUK 111
tho pallois of the CouKrrimtional I'hureli
Wednesday evening tit 7:JU o'cloi U with
mi nppioprlale prosrnm, followed h.v a so
cial hour. Mm. Helen Whitney and
la.H with lit r paiditH, Mr. and 'Ml.'". I'
ll. Kddy. The Mlfssiis Chcly and Until
Donahuo nro ut homo from Mt. HI. Mary
Academy, Uuilliistoli, to impend the holi
days Mr. and Mrs- r.lehaid Noyrn and
clniiL'hler. Carrie, who havo vl!lttd In
town, returned to their home In Salisbury
I Saturday. The Mlwcs Kalhlyn and Cor- daughter, Mian Ilarbara, ccf llakerMlGld
luella Cnmntoch and their sister, Mr. licit and MImh Mndgo Hood ot Concord, N. II..
WrlKlit of HrlfUol aie visiting their lmr-juro cpciiilliitf a few days with their par
ents and Kfiindpareiits here Mrs. It. ruts. Mr. nnd Mm. D. H. Hood. Miss
(li e and ton, Kenneth, are vlNltltm' In Ver- jtlt. tMillbrooU ot ouBc'iiobmo spent thu
Kciiuch aim r ei rntnui p. juih. .. i . i.cm
and daiiKhter, Mrs. Daniel l.nwl, and
Kraiiildaii,'liter, Dcnothy, of ISurllnaton
are Klicstn of her slMter, Mrs. U. T.a
Itose, this week.-l-'rcd Coats of Hinitlnir-
M'KD to hire, ;omewlier be
' . . 1,'iL-icm and Hranilon, not
i , n mile from U. Ii. station,
i.li to kee p 1 eows nnd team.
i ic in rite silo, plenty of Wood
I.. Take possession about April
x l' lYee l'rtss olllee. S7.w2t
Jol NO WOMKN wanted to work In :i
trilmnR .-ehool ns nurses for tho in
ai, Vldrei-g 1. O. Uux Woreca
t r, M S-.',w,:m.
DN'te PAIR YOUNG heavy work horses,
extra Rood workers, lor sale, alo har
ness and heavy wason, ono express
ason. Ralston it Walker, Starl.sboro,
nWfNTV-SIX IIOHSKS. A new con
r'lrnmint mat arrived direct from the
f uv i.-. in Nebraska, weighing from
VeD to l.yO pounds. Two sood ac
climated pairs on hund, 'J.l" and I.G'.i1
pounds. I'. Landon & Son, Utlatol, Vt.
MAttDWOOD ASIIKS best fertilizer In
so. Cicorgo .Stevens. Potc.rboroush,
AVTOMOI51LKS AND FUHNITUIU3
Bt red, reasonable rates, at S3 North
I'nlon street. 2"3,d&w,tf.
ton Is visiting his brother, William .1.
coats. There will lie preaching service as
usual next Sunday. The range meeting
wart postponed 1'ildny evening on account
of tho storm. Mrs. .1. K. Uidd nnd
i... ,i,i i,.i..t.- he Mi'dr-er Snnford
to Mic'ldlebury to a wall 'ti lal.-Ml s Kmma '"'Phew, U. n. ConiMtnck of Mmllnalon.
Klpld retiuncd Monday Irom a week's oVer-Sunday vlsltois heie.
I ATi'HU OHK Send a dime for tho old
re ,ii).o Homestead package bright new
ea'lcots nnd percales, twenty-five differ
ent patterns, 1x7. Your money's worth
ccrv time. Patchwork Co., Hox "17
Mcrldtn, Ct. ,w-,tf.
8FND TOR I'Uirn T 1ST of farms, etc.
N. J. Potwln. Real Ilstato Scaler. South
noyalton, Vt. M.wtf
STANDARD STEAM LAUNDRY
Office II" Cherry street. II. W. Bul
loek, proprietor. lTnn Shirt, Collar and
Cuff Work. 'Phone SS-ll or tend post--1
'no t river will call.
FRANK S. LANOU & SON,
I'raeileal llumlic?rs nnd sienm Klttera,
Oil .St. Paul Mrrct.
:-.! .Vnrlli II ii rl I n o n S:iiiixo "nk.
ilortliiuton A'cterlnnry KoniiMiiI,
I'll ' St , llui Mliuloic, 't
1)11. .1. . Itl v'.
c ii Surgeon ami linslcian.
I'i'nduate (irand Icapuls V. te inary
Colh rn- J ooo. atest equipment for
nil nilnial nirgtrv. Includinsr i inino
,1'ul i mini- operating tr.bleh. 'Phono
visit to her daughter, Mrs. David Hub
erts, of Malone, N. Y. William (iorhain
of New Vork. n former resident, visited
In town Monday.-deorge Ii. Stone inaito
a business trip to New Haven Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Newton of Wor
cester, Mass., Is visiting bis parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Ifnivey Newton. Miss Llcrtha
Field, a teacher In the liclmunds high
school, lluiilimtcm, is passing the holi
days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. or
vllle ('. Klcld.D.illlcl T. Donllolly of.
Montpeller Is visiting his sisters, Mrs.
W. Coo and Miss Kate Donnolly, and his
brother, John II. Donnolly.--Tin ee car
loads of cattle were shipped from till
station to 1'oslon Monday. Mis. Hugh
Philips and daughter. KlUaheth of Mont
peller. are spending thr1 week with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hcnjamln T. Field.
-S. D. lierson has returned from Oenuvn,
N. V., nnd Is n guest ot the Steven
House. Frank Peiklns of llolyoke, Mass.,
Ik visiting bis untie, Gcnige Perkins,
Philip ,1. Hoss has letnrnecl to New York
after visiting ids p.iients. Mr. and Mrs
Frank A. I'.oss. Dr. Ford l,angworthy of
Washington. D. C, Is visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Timothy Neville. Mr. and Mrs. S.
W. Hlndes, who have been passing n foW
days at the Stevens House, have leturned
to lluiiiligtoli. Miss Hva Holland of
Charlotte visited Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Snyder Monday. .Miss Hlecta Smith, who
hns been visiting her sisters, Mis. Tim
othy Neville anil Mrs. K. H. Mc(!overn,
has returned to Hoston. Walter St.
Peters has moved his family from (he
west side of the 1,'ver to the tenement
rooms over U. I'. Awry Ar Son's store.
Mrs. liinma Field lias returned fiom a
v I - It to her daughter, Mis. David Kob
i lis, of Malone. N. Y.-W'illiam Stone
baa returned to New Vork after passing
the week-end with bis parents. Mr. and
Mrs. (",. K. Stone.- Ii, c. Hveicst sul'lered
cc'rt bruises Tuesday by falling on the
lee.- W. Ii. Warmr was in Huiiinglon
ChlistmaH day was celebrated by Mrs.
Christiana Steadnian by a gathering of her
ehlldun and grandchildren at her home
In Starksboro. These with
other friends numbered 17.
these, was 7S years and the
Mt s. Julia Vinton is gaining. Miss
Mlna Parish was at home from Haiidolph
lo spend the holidays with her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. (ieorge Parish. A. II. Iliown
is In Pittslleld. the g-iiest of Ills nephew,
.1. W. Prow n, a ml famllv. Kingston
tlrange has presented William Shirley
with a chair In appierlation of his serv
ice as master of thu grange
and Margueille l.ano
Wc ek-eiid with Mis- Myrtle Algcir. M r.
and Mrs. P. (!. Prown vlslled his fath
if, O. II. llrmvn, Sunilav.- Mr. and Mts.
I'. S. Tomllnscin, Miss l.tiln Lincoln and
Mrs. o. II. Ilroivu spent Monday with
Mr. and Mis. F. llnll In lissex .lime
Hon Monday. Miss. Phvlll- llrnwn rcturli
nl lo her school tl Uoi-ioii Mmulay after
siiendlng Hie. (iuistmas vacation with her
father, O. II. Jirown.
Monday for Hoston to atleiul n nprt
nig of tin Society of Mod' in Un
giiage, where ho will read a paper.
Mm. Susan !'. Clark has letup ed
from (iaremont, N. II., wiiuro she
went a woek ago to spend Christmas
In the family ot her son, Fay Clinic.
Mrs. Clark was called bomo by thn
sudden death o her brother, Williams
Frank :. Provost died at 1:1."' "'clock
Thursday niornltig at Ills home, 'Ji Pino
Street, followilli; an illness of over ono
year. Mr. Provoat was bom In Milton IS
yeaia ago and was a lesldent ot this
village foi :iu enrs. e was a member
of SI. Peter's society anil Fanny Allen
Court. Catholic Order of Foi esters, flu
leaves besides his wife, two soli-. Aithur
and Albert, roar diuigliteis, Misses Flor
ence, Isabolle, Yvonne mid .Mailellno
Provost, residing ut home, lie also leaves
tits mother, ,Jrs. Oiuise Provost, ono
biother, John Provie-t. live slM rs, Aim
are at home for thu j .UIH,pr .,.,ltt, Mrs. Joseph Finreali, Mrs.
holidays. Miss lleiitali Sanfoid Is at honv;
for the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. A. L.
Payne spent Christmas In L'hailotte at
C. FIo.mI I 'note's.
Miss Helena Itoss, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Kdward Itoss. was married Mon
day evening to Mac l,ewls of Hague, N.
V.. by the Hev. I,. M. Isaacs Mrs. L.
i. .1. Oulnkiii. Miss Louise Provost, nil
of Pittslicld. Mas., and Mrs. Felix
lllekey of C.n c iitii ld, Mass. Tin- fun, nil
was held at eight o'clock Sutlilday
inclining at Si. Finmis Xavc-r Cbutch.
with I tt r in I ut St. Finn. as' .iii'tii..
At Die M'tliodlst Kplsmpal piusoiiiiKo
hiisttmis eve W'altel Thomas Murphy
M. Isaacs l elite rtaining her aunt, Mlssi,,r liutland and Olive .uilil.i Taylor of
Jessie T. Slienn.m. of Hrodbead, Is. I v, sl Uuilaiiil welo united in mariiagu
Matl'iew Conway 1 at home from St. ! hy tin. Itev. W. H. Coodin.ui
Miehaers College, Wlliooskl. for two I --,,. .Mar.v associatlull. .is has been
weeks. Mr. and Mrs. 1!. C. Philips and i9 eutom for several ycitis. will hold
School opined Monday.-Francis Miller
Is visiting at the home of his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Miller. S. F. An
drews letunied from Canton, N. Y tho
hitter part of the week, accompanied by
his daughter, Mrs. ('arlotta Sumner.
Lillian, youngest daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. C. II. Andrews, Is critically 111 with
pneumonia following whooping cough.
The a iinii;i I meeting of the Lend-a-IIand
will lie held with Mrs. (i. W. Palmer
January S. Mrs. Dana Deerlng and chil
dren did not come to spend Christmas ut
tho home of her parents, as was reported
last wouk, oving to thu illness ot tho
llttlo daughter.-Mr. and Mrs. ri. W Pal
mer and daughter went to South Hoyal
ton to spend Christinas. William Hoath
erlngtoti, who has been seriously 111 with
the grip, which look a. typhoid form, is u
daiignter have leturned afler spending
two weeks In Fair Ila,n. Miss Helen
Hiiyinond of Fort IMwaid, N. Y.. is In
town lor a few days. Mrs. Charles Hay
and son, Halph, have been for n week
with Mrs. C. It. Luther. Mrs. L. M.
Uolturn has not been as well for a
week. Miss Anile Hay has been at homo
from Hoston for a week, Blanche Ile
langer has been at homo from liiiillns
ton for 10 days. Hi ate Crow has been
at home from Hoston for a week. H. C.
llrnwn has been at home from Troy Con
ference Academy at I'oultney for a 'few
two or three
The oldest of
young) st live
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i ii ii at on.
N c ilc r t ft, l'j c. nts a 5 car.
Mae. S. Smith, iViagazina Agent
'Plume iTJ.'t. 1MI . Winooskl Ave.
Tnc arii.ial tnietlng of the stockholders
if the Farmers Meriir nlcs Savings In
st'tuti.in t Trust company will be laid at
t a banking house of the Merchants' Na
tional Lank of liuilinglon. Vt., on W'ed
nebduv, January K, 1011, at 11 o'clock a.
in., for tin clis'tion of trust)') -
L K. WOODUOF.su. Tiiasurer.
Burlington, Vt , Dec. t, 101 J 27,wit
169 North St. Tel. 965,
Calls AuHvrrrcd Uny nr Nleht.
Tin- j)iung people an- to have an alr-V-hip
social .it Hell Cram's this coniiig.
(b')irge Wlllmarth of Hoston Is spending
tin- holidays, at his home her)'. Miss May
Tr.icv gave a party to h'r Miung friends
I'liday evening. May and Harold Crane
wire in Ilur'.lnylon Jloiiday.-Mr. and
Mrs. Luman Secgar are spending New
Yi-.'ir's in New Yoik witli Mis. Seegar's
brother, Charles Wlllmarth Mr. and Mrs.
Trmnan Jones are settled at tlm Crane
place. Mrs. Join's went Monday to Pitts
ford for her sun, Carlton Jones who ha
been staying at the sanitarium for some
time Mr. and Mi,J. Stanton Cross and
family, who wire at Mrs. KrWng Carpen
ter's for Christmas, wcie obliged to stay
for several d.'is on account of the- storm.
Manliy ! Marshall of Whitehall i.s at
home here. Carrio W'iUniartli is In Fitch
buig, Mass. .May Crane of the Pratt In
st. lute Is spending her vacation at home.
- Mis C. H. Marshall, who ha-s beep
spending a few "weeks in Whit) hall. N.
V,, with her son and daughter has le
turned home. Putnam of liuiiliig-
ton Is at home. Iirwln Adams's house "
Mrs. Cynthia Newton and William Mr
his home at New Haven street, whore
they will reside. Miss Mary King of
P.urlington and Samuel Jerome of tills
place were married Christmas eve at the
Haptist Church previous to the Christ
mas lne exorcise by the H, v. (ieorge F.
Ilarvev. A large company gave Mr. and
Mr". Clayton Cmler a suiprise Wednes
ilav evening, the occasion hcini; the i'th
anniversary of their man luge. The even
ing was passed In a social way and re-frc-diments
were served. The Hev. J.
II ill Long. In behalf of the guests prc
sriited them witli a sum of money. Mts
Sadie Converse of New Vork, who win
i.illul lui,. by the set Imis illness ot her
aunt. Mis. Louisa Converse, returned
Mrs. Maggie H ii isw old i Hark"i. web'W
of Julius Barker, died Sunday evening.
December v, of pucunnniiu after an ill
nes.s of one week. Mrs. Alice J. Flske
nnd seholais gave an entertainment at
the schoolhoiise in distllc-t No. 1 Di com
ber 21. Miss Kvle .Morse of Fowler and
Harry .Morse of Wllliainstiuvn nro spend
ing the holidays .it thelh home I .
Miss Inez Ayer, who is attending school
at Hranilon, Is at home for the holiday.
There was a Christinas tiee al the
iliurch Christmas night for the Sunday
r Taxidermists Fur-
Orders returned by
Parcel Post at our ex
pense. Send for Pilco
The M. Abbott
iiie Clllett iie.iliuiy on West slnet
was burned to I he ground Thin sibiy
morning about one o'clock. The nialn
building was ilettoyecl with iie.uly all
Lumbermen and wocul dculers are
pleased with tin' heavy lull of snow. Miss
Katherine Welch of Partington is visiting
h'-ie.-Mis. Amanda Hush is serlmislv 111
at the home of Mrs. II. Ii. William.
Mrs. W. H. Peake lb ill with pueiiinonla.
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. L.ulne and ebildien
and .Mrs. "Ida Cregoiy are at home fioin
Huillngton, when' tliey spent Christmas.
U. N Jlke. whose death occiitricl De
ifmlitr '.ii.. was the first earlier on It. D.
route Xci., when It wa.s established 12
oar.s ago. jfe retained the position seven
yi nrs and 'ns compelled to letlre on ac-
iciut of poor health. IPs wife succeeded
him and still holds the position. aiillus
Mebl of Huiiington is the Buest of Sam
uel Cohen. -Hiistol Lodge, I. I). O. !.,
elected the following olllcers Friday even
ing: Noble erand. Frank S Fersusmi;
vlci-emnd, li. S. Lailm . "ce retarv. Karl
Dearborn; tmisuier, W. IS Daggett The
i,.,...l,i,!,-.. ..Illiw.,.u In he mim.-il l.-ller.
man led Satuiday evening at ; ' V. . , , . i i .. m
I lie uieeii .iieieiuuiiii ci nine i toi. ,11
meet witli Mr. and Mrs. Ii. N. Dike Fri
day evening. Tile Outlook clill) will meet
with MissAnnn Curlev Jan. 2. Theereain
eiy Hie wis not as dl-iihtloup as llrst re
ported. The lite was confined to the in
side of tile building, bumlng a hole
through the roof. The loss was .'!"".
Sunday Is pension dny. -Mis livelyn
Willoughby of Northampton. Mass..
was a gin st of Miss Lvelyn Dumas Mon
day. M r. W. H. Pi ake anil Mrp.
Amiinda Hush are- ri-iiorte'l n- mote . oin
l'cirtable. SevenD -live loads of logs were
unloaded In the mill yard of tin- l'.iltol
M.iiiufaetuiing company Monday, line
load came lo Ml. The cwnluu train
servli n the l-tli'tol inline id will lie
dlsiontiuui d after Satin ila.v .The offi
cers ot Utlstol Lodge'. 1. I). O. P.. will
be installed Fild.iv cMidng by W. C.
lintii'ssy, I). D. O. .M , of Hiiiilngtnu.
Miss Marjoiin llliighuui has been visit
ing In Hiirllngion.- MI-s N lib- L-iin.i.x.
who has I ecu visiting le re. lias returned
to Huiiington.- Mrs. VValti l Sin Idoit was
operated on Monti. i f"i appeuihiiti".
open liousi' New Year'.' day at the llbraiv. j
The young liidb-s will serve afte i u tea
from two to six, and will be glad to see
a lame number of the townspeople. Mrs.
Henry lluiilngton nnd brother, George
Pinker, drove to Milton Monday to attend !
ihe ruiural ot Ihelr uncle, John Parker.
Mrs. Carrie P. White nnd son. Hollln,
IcU yesterday fur Melrose. Fla. where thoy
wlll "pc.'inl the winter. Professor Harold
Severy has returned to his limne In I Iran
clou after spending a few days at limpr
sou Thorpe's. John Uronib v eif Fort Me
I'lnrson. Ha., Is visiting bis parents, Mr.
and Mra. John Hioinlev, on a three
month-' furlough. Christmas festivities
wire In full swnv at Trinity Church
Monday evening, when the annua! Chile'
inaB tree loiiilecl with gifts appi'aied. Tin
young people gave a little play and a
musical program was reiidiled.
Mr. nnd Mr-, i ieorge Hoynoid and Miss
Iliirilet Kin spent (iiilstinas with Mr
Heynolds's son, Allien, and family ul
liethel, returning home Satiinlii.- Miss
Johie liouabiie fimu I'inailu is spending
the hollclns witli her sinter. Mrs. lidwant
Furkey. M,'. and Mrs. Frank Mavvlllo
aie- il.-ltlng at Tieonib nisii, N. Y. Arthur
I'hiip- and Mr. and .Mrs. liaienec
Phelps ul' Hleiimonil spent Chri.-tmaH ii'
their father's. N. I.'. Phelps. M r. unci
Mrs. J. Ii. W'agiier and tvo e bllclren and
Mr. and Mis. .i b W.iumr sp. nt Cbiist
m. is at I' Wagner's at Cast tieol'gln.
Mrs. Jane lij nn l III witli a hind cold.
The Meld Fiilows had a New
Vein's b-.ll al the I ii. ii. 1". !,, ill Wed
uc -day i veiilin. -Mi and Mis. Ii. A.
pen! Christmas with their sun,
in ISui llngtoii.
The Dramatic club will give a minstrel
show and vaudeville performance nt the
Fnlversallst ball Friday evening at eight
o'clock Instead of on Tuesday, as an
nounced Ida Mabel, wife of Nathan P. Tfowo.
.,( years of age. died al Somerville, .Mnss..
December 21. IHirlal was in Willlslon
Mrs. Ida Wiilston Sciclrn Howe, who'
illiil at her homo In Snuiervllle, Mas1-.,
W')'ilnes)la , was liutied In the Hint ceme
tery Sunday A fteriinoti. A short prayer
service was held at tho grnve by the Hev.
A. I1. I 'otter.-. Mrs. Frank Talcott was
taken 111 last week. The King's Daugh
ters uiec'llng, which was to be held at her
home Fridav, was omitted. Cl.ii ence Cas
well siient Mondnv In lllnesburg. A com
muiiloii BiTvlce will be held at tho Metho
dist Church Sunday morning. Hunts
Mi'tcalf nnd sister, bioreiici', from lissc x
Jimetloii were guests of Miss Adelaide:
Morrill and other friends Saturday.-Mrs.
Illrnin Isham is ill. Miss Hutli and Miss ,
Pear! Potter, who have been at home Tor
a Week, will return to their schools the
last of this week. Mrs. George Good
rich, wlio lias been III with the grip, is
better. Pnti lek Siil'lvan was in Jericho
tlie til t ul this week. Schools In town
coTiinunec the wintir term Munduy.
Ilove. and Constance Jordan We re hi
Tiuiiingtiin Tuc silav. Mis Ainicdla Yr
1 o ,i- (n Hui llngliiti Tuc sd. i.c - M.iii"
farmers .if attc tiding tie tanners tnict
Ings whl Ii arc In session this wnk
About C-i per sons were present at the
Hi at meetings. The numbers are steadll
increasing. Mrs. II. F. Tnrbox I.s spend
ing a few days with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. II. Walton. The farmers of this
vieiiiit aie taking advantage of tin; good
sleighing bv hauling In their logs. Mis
li'crenc e Hie'liniil, who Injured her knee
while skating some time ago, Is now a !'
tcj be out.
.'lice! tl'c e
WANTED AT ONCE
iiv AiiierUan Optical Ccnipauy, lo
c .it'll in Southbi dge, Jlass, f.'ll nillis
from W orci"-ter, Mass.) desires tho
Kinmj of girls over Pi Mars of nge
and ouiig wonuii in Ha illffeieiit cle
paiiiuint'i .Modern f.ietnrv bull Jlng.,
(.ooil wat;)".-- while le-urning, inlvata
liot. 1 for factory girls ut io.lo per
wick. Piecework afier becoming loin
pe tent, CI liours per week, no Saturday
lifti.rnoon work Application blanks
will be sint upon request and all In
formation desired will bo given. Ad
dicsH all Jitters to limployinent Office.
American Optical Company
CARD INDEX FILES
Ti Vraa Pre Stnt.ionurv Stor
Whitney after a few das of ill-
im -s n turned to bis studie s at .Mount
II' riiion, Mass., Monda . Miss Anita
Sumner and Miss Cad,s Young hae
retinoid to Poultiiey and Miss Mildred
Kent to Goddaril Seminary after the holi
day vacation. Tin- .stoekluililers if the
Lake Dunmore creamery will meet at the
home of C. A., Hump .lanuaiy ii to elec t
olllecrs. Yhn annual meeting and dinner
of Hie Congregational Church was hi Id at
the town hall Tuesday. L. C. Mac.Muitv
and family are at W. F. Hump's torn few
weeks. Frank Whitney and a gang of
men are at work tutting and hauling a
huge ii 1 1 nil ,1 1- of logs for the Hon. .1. L.
Wciks.- ll.ii rv llai tnm u of Hull. mil Is
i Mi) i led lo spend n ft w h at the
home of Mr. nnd Mrs. C. A. Hump.
Fiank Mehan has begun getting in lum
ber from Ida farm in Leicester. At the
nice ting of Duiiiiiore Grange Fiiday
wniiig the' oilleeis will be. Installed and
a liamiui I enjoyed.
Fuel c Hhlvirctie spent Sunday in
Hiistol.- Mrs, Ii. W. Mender Is vlslllng
III Hiistol. -Selh MrCalvlu injiiicd his
kino while logging In the woods Wed
ncsdus Frank Ii. Mender Is lib Mis.
Hex Green Ii visiting her p.uiiits. Mr.
nnd Mis. Charles Duipictt, In Addison.
tiiril.s Sliattiick, who has been i-onllnctl
to Hie house witli heart trouble, Is soiim
what linpi oveil.
The Hev. and Mis G. C. Cornell ate
Usilinir her iclalHes in Sallsbiuy. Miss
.Maliei lidilv of New York jiabst d the hull-
AliNiilulrljr Without Pnln.
The only olllee In Hurllne'cin wher
you ran gut teott. oxtractcd without a
particles of pnln, without taking una.
My method Is used b no oihor person.
No puln; no clangor; no after effectn
IIP. I,. 1). II.V.IIN.
0nte 231 Main HI, Hurllngtnri, Vt
OflUu I J . . .
1 ei n
Tile- funeral of Williams Foote. whose
death in cm red suddenly Saiurduy morn
ing tit Huiiington. wn-- held Monilaj
afternoon nt two o'clock at the Congrega
tional Church. The He v. Uervey Gullek
oltiiiatecl. The healers were Stanton
Williams, C. P. Foote. F. AV, Foote,
Homer Clarke, Fay Cinikc and lllrain
Kingsland. There was a larffe attend
anec. .it the services.
John Spe-nr hns son" to Detroit. Percy
Pope of Philadelphia spent Chiistmas
with his grandmother. Mrs. N. C. Husb.
L. Hicliai'il D)'iui of Proctor is .spending
bis vacation wilt) bis mother, Mrs. A. C
Dean. Miss Katlleline Hoot is visiting
her I'litie. Dr. Chillies Wu ker, at Sara
nac Lake Ml.-s (,'arolyn Williams of
Hrockton. Mass.. Is visiting at her fa
ille i's, .1. H Vllllunv's.-.MrH. '. T.
Holmes li'is retiirtieil from visiting her
daughter. Mrs. Itoss, in Syracuse. N. Y.
Mr. and Mrs. Hay Ii. Kinno of Spiiugfii Id,
Mr. and Mi.-. Chinks A. Sberwiii. Jr. of
Uiiighamtoii. N. Y.. and Mertoii While of
Spiiiigheld spent liirtinas with Dr. and
Mrs. Stoddard at (Ireland View. Tin"
U'hisl i lidc ii' met at the library ball
W'ednescla eenliig -Mr. and Mrs.
Cluules Cook of Montreal, who have been
visiting Mr. Cook'- sijd, r, Mm. Uiffbee,
i t-i in in cl homo Monday.
were 117 nt the chiistmas dime r
at the Mi thod'st Church. 'Pi, r.
a watch night service af tic
liiiiich New Year's eve and sup
in s. red - Mrs. J. H. Alb n h.c,
returned uli.r spinidlng a wee k with le.r
daughter, Mi.- A. J.. Walker, in Hurling
ton. Miss Florc'iiee l'Mmunds of Hrl-tol
is isitinc at John Somers's. JIlss JI.it
tle JIc Kenz'.e )if tiie lirandnn gr.id' d
ichiMil i at liome for tin1 holidays. Tin re
will be a lull at th town hall thl-i even
ing for the benefit of the Hlnesburg band
-Mrs. Gecirge Watts, who was burned to
dentil at her home ill Stowe. wus a stit.;
of ll.irri-on .mil Allen Owen of this town
Miss Stella Lane, who lias in n .-pending
tlie Clultnias Micatloii with her par
ents, Mr. and .Mrs. C. 11. Lane, returned
to her home in Albany, N. Y-. .Monday.
MIhh Lenal Lain' of Jlorrlsvllle was at
C. 11. Lane's Sunday. .Mrs. Harry
Thomas Is seriously 111. -.Mrs. O. G. Hllss
was In Craftsliury over Sunday. Denn's
orchestra will furnish intislr for a dance
at Wolcott January 1. ILmlwIck Grango
has ilecteei these. ntTicero for lilll: Jlas
ter, T. W. Green; overseer. Arthur
D. ilii; lecturer, Ida Hnlrc; secretary,
Llla Llbljy; treasurer, A. A. Goodrich;
chaplain, Lizzie Paul; steward, Frank
I Litre; assistant stuwaul, Otis Duiiiuiis;
lady assistant steward, Christie Poland;
gate keeper, Chclslc Goodwin; Cenw,
Illaiich Green; Flora. Hubv Wilson;
Pomona, Lisle Habii. Jlis. Alexander
Grant dletl December -!i. She Is suiive'l
by her husband and one sou
Jlrs. Sarah F llayden tiled at In-r homo
with C. H. llayden of lilver.-lilc vaily
Thursday inoinliig The funernl scrvheH
wiro held at tho house Sunday at l;3u p.
in. The Interment tool; place .Monday
Mr. and .Mrs. L. F. Wilbur, Mrs. lols
Holmes, Mr. ami Mr I. c M.,r.-e and
Mi- Lmli Cook wire in I'uduhlll Sun
lay to atMnl tile f uiejrnl of Mi Su ,
.Mrs. iiate S. Towels, who underwent
a serious operation at Mount Slual hospi
tal, New Yolk el, is dullis as Well as
could lie i xpe etc d.
Mrs. A H. .Mile.- and tl.iuehlir. c.irii"
of J'tiiil;ton visited Jlr. and .Mrs. obed
i.iougli Sunday .Mr. and .Mrs. Lewis
.Miles and chililicn and Miss JIabel llusli
nell of Willl.-ton spent ChiiHtmiiH at the
home of Lawrence Welllnger. The pu
pils of the St. George school enjoyed a
chicken pie dinner witli their teiuiiei.
Mrs. liniina UliiNilale. at the Miioollioiise
Dee. 23. Jlr. nnd Jlru. Waller Weseott
and two sons, Vernon and Hubert, were
visitors at tlie home of Jl. W. Hinsdale
.Miss Still. i Thomas has returned
from Ihe .Mary I'lotchi r hospital,
whe:e she was tipciaUd on for tip
penillc itls - JTis. W. II.. II. Vnrncy Is
conllnetl to tin, house with a severe
cnlil. Jlru. Fay Iliibbell returned from
the .Mary lieteher hospital .Monday.
Mis. c . 1U1 ,-t,t m in vith ap.
pen Ileitis at her homo nt the village.
The village school bus. been closed
lor two weeks because of the condi
tion of the teacher, .Mrs. Thorpe, who
is suffering with lonsllltis. Jlunv
troiii liure attended the funeral of
Williams Foote at tlio ('ougri'lfiitbiiial
Church .Monday. JIIsb Jane I indwell
of .Montreal Is visiting at Jl. JI.
Thorpe's, NIIch Powell of lilmore
has been vlsltlnu In tow n I lolidav
lsllois are Dr. Aithur L. lino of the
Stute CoIIcki., 'ii and his slsler. JIUs
Sara lino of Hryn Jhiwr, Pa-, who are
visiting their mother. Jlru. Phoebe
lino, and aunt, y, Woostcr, at tlie
Wooster farm, p.upreeiitatlve ii II.
Convursn spent Chiistmas in lllnes
burg. the miest of .Mrs. Susan C Itiiv
nnd her ihiilKhter, .Mrs. John lllrd, tind
famllv . M Whitney bus i pencil a
bin her shop ,,t (ho ullage Jllss
Ann i II v i s 1 1 l in ii' I Mniid m i
11 iul. i I Dr. AUbai I' I Ii" 1' 1'
Coon is visiting her aunt, .Mrs
r lb Miold" .Mrs. p. D. utln
wen in tli.s place Deciniber ;7.
1 Mli'iicll was an over-Sunday
guest ot .Marx In Stanley. j
'tin i .inns ot marriage wire tend at the
i luii eh of tic Hob Family Sunday be
iwieti Prlxi'illa P.iilzo, daughter of Jlr
anil Mrs Peter p.ulxo. who reside on tlie
' 'ubiiester toad, ami Lrnest Yandow. son
of .Mrs. John Yandow. The marriage will
take plait eiuly in January.
The burial of Carroll H. Mncomhcr,
whose body arrived here Sunilav evening
from Huston, when, be died Friday, w.n
held .Monday morning at ten o'clock.
The Hev. C. c. Adams of the Congrega
tional Chunh olllciattd nt tlie gr.i.
The bearcis woi" s. A P.rownell, Guy W
Halle), C. S. lietfher and .1. II. Vide
Among those who accompanied the btnH
weii- .Mrs. Jlae-oniber and daughter. .Miss
.Mabel Maeomlier. of Hoston and Jlr. and
.Mrs. A. L. Davis of Alt. Vernon, N. Y.
Hen 111 IS. Clark and bible have returned
from their honeymoon and will occupy
the limnc or Jlr. nnd '.Mrs. George v.
Albn for the winter. Jlr. Clark resumed
Ids duties .Monday as tnasurer of the
lissex Trust company.
The house oicuplud by John Howard
and owned by .Mrs. Powell was damaged
by rlre Saturday night, a hole being burn
ed through the kitchen Iloor, It Is sup
posed that It caught from a spark from
the kit in n sttnc.-Flo.sd Cr. nice 1 visit
ing hl. pan nts. .Mr. and -Mrs. C. A. nice.
-The Misses Hlco and Allen have re
turned t" Lmiii and Jllss Ii. C. Allen li.ii
'gone to Lyndon Ci nter- .Maurice Kidder
I is at homo fiom Williams College
i 'buries H.irncs died Saturday at tho
home of Joseph Dorr. Jllss Llla Whipple
Is at home from Hiirlliigton. -Jlr. Dnkc
sblie polc' Sunday in tlie .Methodist
lielw.ird II. Frye nionologist, will glvo
an eiitt rlalnment hi the ton it hall Thurs
dac e ruing. .Mr. Fin tomes for tlie
entertainment course, The Improvement
association held it business meeting Jlon
day evening and appointed Hay Grow a
member o" the executive eoiiintlttec m
ilae e of JI 11. Leach. A social ootutull
tce. Jlr. inn! .Mrs. 1'ieil Grow, Jlr. md
Mis. Jlaiiibe li'inli and .Mm. Itav Grow,
was elei led. It was voted to aineiiil tho
constitution at the next meeting. George
Small stuck a needle in Ills arm Pilday
night ii ad was obliged to have It removed
the next day ill niirliiiKtou. It was taken
out on the opposite side from whero It
went in The funeral of Cliailes Harnes
was held .Monday aflernoon. -.Mrs. F A
pittj has been in Full lux on account iff
the death of her lather, Mr. Norton.
Tho luneral of Mra. Sarah I'm Ion
Hujilen was largely attended at her late
homo Sunday. The service, conducted by
the r.ov. William Cashmere, consisted
the reading of the hymn "Ono Kwootly
Solemn Thought" whlih was afterward
,ilnid -only upon tin piano u Jlis
Oil'' llllMll'll siilptlll.il 'llitloll
,'I'.H I'. illiel l". d I Si ' I "I'lli'l SOlO,
F. D. ABERNETHY
H. W. ALLEN 6c CO.
January Clearance Sale
Beginning on Friday, January 2
In these columns and on second and third pager, of
this paper we print brief descriptions of a portion of the
merchandise to be offered.
One of this store's strongest and most important
It is very large, full and complete department
every day in the year and during this sale, when the
manufacturers upon whom wc depend for our finest
qualities send us the balance of their stoclts at greatly
reduced prices, it becomes a great factor in this sale
and thousands of people already know how wonder
fully it serves in distributing most dependable quali
ties at prices that are surprisingly low HALF PRICE
wc may say upon the average.
THE FAMOUS HASKELL SILKS
arc again a prominent feature.
HASKELL SILKS AT 38 CENTS.
1,500 yards of high grade taffeta silks, including
800 yards of the famous Haskell quality in plain colors,
such as navy blues, browns, reds, greens, purples and
changeable effects, 19 inches wide, value 85 cents,
priced at 38 cents.
HASKELL SILKS AT 50 CENTS.
Haskell's fancy checks and stripes in such color
combinations as black and white, navy blue and white,
also Copenhagen blue, rose and grey effects, 20 inches
wide, actual value $1.00 a yard, priced at 50 cents.
HASKELL SILKS AT 68 CENTS.
25 pieces of colored Messalines, Peau de Cygne
and Satins, in rich dark shades of blue, green, purple,
grey, red, brown and rose, also navy blue and black
with hair line stripe of while. Every lady who has
worn this famous silk knows its sterling worth for the
serviceable dress waist and underskirt, 20 inches wide,
actual value $1.00 per yard, priced at 68 cents.
NOVELTY SILKS AT 68 CENTS.
Included at this price arc several hundred yards
of high grade handsome novelty dress and waist silks
in fancy stripes, check and plaids.
Also 300 yards of navy blue and black satin Surah
with hair line stripe of white mostly 24 to 27 inches
wide, actual value .$1.00, $1.38 and $1.50, priced at
CHENEY BROTHERS' PRINTED FOULARD SILKS.
It is expected the showing of these perfectly print
ed showerproof silks will be one of the principal at
tractions of this sale 1,200 or 1,500 yards fresh from
the manufacturers every piece a new design for the
spring season 24 inches wide, actual value 85c to
$1.00 a yard, priced at 75 cents.
500 yards of Washable Habutai Silks in pretty
stripes, navy and Copenhagen blue, brown, rose,
green, heliotrope and black, also white satin stripes.
These silks are perfectly fast colors, guaranteed to wash,
a most desirable silk fabric for ladies' shirt waists and
dresses, men's shirts, pajamas, etc.
34 inches wide, actual value $1.00, priced at 79 cents
34 inches wide, actual value $1.25, priced at 95 cents
26 AND 36 INCH SATIN DE LUXE.
2,500 yards of these splendid wearing soft satins
in all the staple and evening shades carried in our reg
ular stock, such as navy blue, Hague blue, brown,
grey, red, heliotrope, King's blue, Kelley green, even
ing shades, pink, light blue, lavender, yellow, peach,
coral, rose, tan, pearl grey and light green, also while,
cream white and black.
26 inches wide, actual value $1.00 a yard, priced at 75c
36 inches wide, actual value $1.50 a yard, priced at
36 inches wide, actual value $2.00 a yard, priced at
A limited quantity of soft satin Peau de cygne in
colors. Navy blue, grey, brown, light blue, rose, pink,
yellow and heliotrope, 35 inches wide, actual value
$1.00 a yard, priced at 78 cents.
DOUBLE WIDTH SILKS AT $1.50 PER YARD.
At this price we offer the remainder of the sea
son's most desirable dress silks consisting of plain col
ored charmeusc, crepe de chene, silk brocades, brocad
ed crepe meteors and French crepes soft French taf
fetas in pretty novelty effects, 40 to 44 inches wide,
actual value $2.25, $2.50 and $3.00 per yard also a
quantity of the finest imported silk novelties from the
dressmaking department mostly dress patterns,
worth from $2.50 to $4.00 per yard, all priced in one
lot at $1.50 per yard.
IMPORTED CANTON CREPE AT $1.45 PER YARD
A beautiful soft silk and wool material manufac
tured to sell at $2.00 a yard. The colors arc golden
brown, taupe, wistaria, navy blue, Copenhagen blue
and black, 38 to 40 inches wide, priced at $1.45 a
This Advertisement Continued
on Opposite Page
.111)1 In lieclu .
N. arc r M Hod to Tile,
thin Interim in w.ih tu.idi
ueld cciiii le ry Monday, the
conn iietlni; as beaieiH:
WludMow Oaten, C Unroll
Wendell llayden. Theic wetc beautiful
tlornl reiucmbt'iineei fiom the Julius
Morse family. ICnlRhU of 1'ythlas, I'y-1
thlnn Sb'terH and the immediate fam-1
ilv. ThOHo pi'i'taint from out of town
were .liulffe and Mm. c S. i'nlilii r of
llurliiiKlon. tic lion C. W. Cutis .uidj
.Hi lfn IMiili I 'i'il and Wlndshii. fiom
l''r.iuM.i Mr. n.d M j
Ml and Mrs ll.i C M
1 lolnn . Mil. I, in i . ik
I'rinr. Mr and Mi- 'i 11
.leiicho Corner-, "'i .1 1 "r
Morne. 1". fi. l'.MSe. M M
.Moult, hi, Mr. and Mrs s i'i 1
.lerlcho Center, Mr. anil M
Millie. Walter Ufiyden in l N '
den of Clocrdule. Mi l 1
l.enc b Mi and Mt -i i ' . M ' M
c.tii,!iifil mi inue 4')