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THE BURLINGTON FKUU 1'KESS AND TIMES: THUKSJJAY, JAiNUAUY. i, imn.
(I inillniioil from piiue li.)
Clnicuce Powell of Cambridge. Mrs.
l?i den had reached tin" ripe age of
iihi four months. Her l.it Mines
m h if eight clays' liu-utlii. She Is stir
vi -i 1 by "tie son, C. II. llndcn, four
pi md-ons, alifivo mentioned, four grand
ill, it Edith Gates, Olive llayden
Marjory llnyili'ii and Esther llnydon, otii
sstir Mr.-: 1 1. r. Wilbur, mid one brother,
li i (' Alorsc.
Mis ii inn Rurbcr has been spend
I. . few ilny at Jericho Cen-
t r Mr .iii'l Howard Rock-
wood of Waterburv were week-end
puosts of their parents, Air. and .Mrs. II.
R n hw nod. Miss Helen Sinclair of
'mutiny ' 'sited -Ms Atnla Benedict
0 s.i The Cambridge Dunn. illi
cit! . l- the play, "Tin- Doctor,"
ji i 1! null 1 odin-sdn v 1 1 1 1 m
at . win li they gave an all-night
(, , UVUSl. fill lllslloll b I Ml. Ill' '!
or -. strn Au-inysler supper was served
1 i iv man's Relief Corps. J)r A. F
J ir 'rl md "Mcdora. Sihwies were In
1 Ui1 niiton Tuisdoy to utteiid the fuiii'nil
in in.it- r
hn n en
O Humphrey. --G.
Mi- and Mrs. I.
vLitllig In Ludlow
Alls Newell of F.iiiiiligton spent Sun
day with Mrs. Sabrn Collins. Air. and
Mrs Carp, liter of Essex Junction spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Thomp
son. A number of young people gathered
at thn home of Joel Fan is worth Wed
nesday night to watch the old year out.
Games woro enjoyed and refreshments
were served. Stevle Taylor nf Rurllng
ton Is visiting his aunt Mrs. H. S. White.
Miss Loulso Wolcott mid brothers, Fred
and Stanton, who left for the South De
cember 10. ruac.hed Oeala, Kla.. Decem
ber M. Ala x Wolcott and AIlss Resslo
Wolcott Rave a sleigh ride to a number
of their friends Wednesday night. On
their return supper was served at their
home, and mimic, Karnes, etc., were en
joyed until the old year had passed.
All's Freda Huntress Is visiting Adelaide
nrrmburfl. '.Mrs. Norman Wilght wns
called to Rutland Monday by the severe
illness of her sister, Airs. Scoville. The
annual church meeting and dinner of the
Congregational Church was held In the
parish house Tuesday, December ?A The
Colchester basketball team will go to Es
sex Center Saturday night to play a re
turn game with the Essex team
Miss Hazel Everest of South Hero vis
ited at her home here the last of the
week. The Christmas exercises ai lb
ihurch were well attended.
collapsed about noun Alomlay at his
hnine, d.,tig or liuiil trouble Hi w. -i
about uo ycuis of ag The funeral was
held Wcdncsd.iy afternoon st one
o clock (it bis bin Imiiie and the '.uii.il
was In Haketsfield under the auspices
of Unroll! Lodge, No. 7i. "f Willi b Ml.
Culling was a number.
A. W. lslinm of Iulmiion, N. II., has
been passing a few days with Airs. Isliam
and Hull- il,iui;btiT, lllldn, In the home
of Airs. Isham's parents, Air. and Airs.
J. C, Towle.
Miss Sadie AL until of the telephone
office was called to West Enosburg Alon
day by the sudden death of her uncle,
W.H. Cuttlng.-.Mi. and Mrs. F. C. Fai
roll" hate returned from Alnretow n,
where they passed a fuw days with
Airs. Farroll's pnreins. Douglass llunlei
of Iluiiington Is visiting In the home of
A. AI. Hurt. E. 1.. Eddy of Shoiehain,
a school supervisor, was with the family
of 1-". M. Carpenter over Sunday. 1 ler
belt Sower Is In town aftir .in absence
of a few months. Mrs, H. S. Jeffords,
who has been for a few days In the
family of her sun, I,. T. .leffnrds, lettirn
'd to St. Albans Alonday for treat
ment. A. V. Ishu'ii went to Hakerslleld
Ai inday to vl-ll his parents. George
Towle and Clyde Potile of Fronklln
wen- business visitors In town Monday.
HIGH GATE CENTER.
All and Mrs. II C Alani r who have
been vlsltlni; at the home of II. J. Lynn,
have returmd to l'almcr, Mass. W. K.
Deuel retnnnd Saturday front Herkshire.
wliete he has hem for two weeks Airs.
D. W Steele, who has been seriously 111
with pneumonia, is now convalesclm;.
AIlss Mary Hutli r of liiirlltiutoii spent
Christmas avlth her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
James liutler.-AIIs WUma Steele left
Saturday for ISnston, where she will
spend a week. Mrs. C D. Lotlkes Is le
coverlni; from a seven attack of pleu
risy. D. V. Stiridei land of West Newton,
Alass.. Is vlsltlnn in town The Misses
Gladys and Oracla Deal of tin- Johns-nn
normal "-chool are speiiiHni; the liolldjys
with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. '!. II.
Deal. Mr. and Mrs. John riannlKan of
Ruston are visltitiK Mrs. Flnnnlu.m'B par- j tiotn the St
ents, Mr. anil Alls. J. M. Trombly.
David lloben of rnlrfnx was a business
visitor In town Alonday Mrs. I'sMtn II.
Carman Is vIsitliiK In Now York. MN"
Allldred Cross of Swanton who Is teach
ing In Wolcott, was In town Saturday.
Tim public library lias hern closed for 10
days and patrons of the llhrarv hnvlnu
books out are requested to uttttn them
to the town clerk's ofllce on or before
Saturday. The library will soon he moved
to lis new quatteis In the room over Up
town hall and the trustees delre to re
pair and newly cntaloRtte the bonks be
fore the change Is made. It P. Flint of
Swanton was In town Mond.n
AIlss Anna Norton of Lebanon is the
!,ues-t of her father, H. A. Norton, for
the holidays. Hobart Norton Is suffering
from blood poison. W. K. Hanks of Hrls
to' visited bis brother, p. F. Hanks, tho
i t of tie week. -Air. and Mrs. Vernon
) ni and -on of Ito.-h, ster and Arthur
ti - r and family ol South Lincoln
i "th of their brother, James Swln
i st of tin- w eei. Watson Aloody
, Wliiouskl Monday
tliouKht tlmt tin lire Htarted from an
Libert S. llrlKbani, Stale commissioner
of iiKrlcullure, has Kone to Hoston to at
tend a meetlliK of the New Mtmland sec
tlon of the America commission that vis
ited Kurope to ntuily farm credits and
co-operation. Air. llrlKliam will speak
on "Conditions and Needs HelatltiK to
Itnrnl Credits and Co-Operatlon In Ver
mont." The annual banquet of the St. Albans
Tfnvellni; Men's asoclatlon was held at
the Colonial Inn Tuesday nlKht and was
attendul by over 1M business and profes
slonal men of the city. An excellent din
tier was served at seven o'clock after
which post-prandlal exercises were held
with Fuller C. Smith as toastmaster. In
formal toasts wore responded to by Con
gressman Frank L. Greene, Stephen H.
Anderson, one of the veteran traveling
men of this city, Mayor S. C. Greene,
Stephen K. rtoyce, Warren II. Austin,
John K. Alaun, II. AI Dietitian and Stanley
S. Itussell. The dlnitiK room presented a
cnia appearance with its tasteful table
decorations. Stephen H. Anderson Is
piesldent of the association, GeorRe N.
Lewis, vlce-pre'tdetit. Herbert P. Hums,
secretary, and F. llertrand Hoyce, treas
urer. The executive committee Is com
posed of Chnrles D. O'l.eary, II. L. Wood
and Halph K. Chase
W I IV
KUi-- V,. Hull of Sprint,'lleld. Mas'., is
M.-ltitn; his parents, Mr and .Mrs fjenrce
J Hull.-Charliv and (i.-.ui;.- Wood or
Ha ire are vlsltinir In low n C W. Hates
land AIlss IMItli, 1'anl and Wlnslow were
'In I ndeililll over Sutidn.x to attend the
'funir.il of Hrs. flayil, n. who was mother
'of Mrs. c. W. Gales, who died last Muv.
A'rs Haden had mide her homo with
.Mis. Gates for the pn-t few years and
moved back to Hlverside last fall. Mrs.
.1 W. T.itro anil yranddu ushter Alildred
jwc-nt to Manchester. N 11. Saturday to
visit her son. J. W. T.itro. Jr Mrs
dition of Mv (Miirlcs ll.irrett. (Vlina Olds, a llfe-lont; and very hichl
eeii eiittc.illy 111 tor a fuw j leipected tesldent. died at her home here'
t miwht to i e slli;htly linprovid. I early Friday morning after n Hntiei-lnt,"1
- ' it.1 ici w is born Friday to Mr. and
A, i- W i in in Jock. tin I Kns- lies earn"-
-1 a a student of the Ilurllngton
i s i ss I'rillece. Clark Woodworth of
I nfii I- i- i ommenced movlUK Ills poods
t ' , nl.'e e In- recently purcliased here.
i- i i v.i n-insli ws ' i !, 'i i t i
1 i- i i' Monday for an operation. Tim
bod' ul H'jbert Wall was bronchi hern
fi-on llo-ton and burled in tin- Catholic
' -ni ti ry December 2.".
Mr anil Airs. H. A. Hlxby , nt. rt lined
' lii-istmas Air and Mrs. J. W Pullman of
Hr'htol, Air and Airs. H. I' Hlxby of
nmbrliiue, Air and Airs C. F. lilxbj of
Rutland. Air aid Airs. James Hlxby of
White Plains, N Y., Georpe Hlxby of St.
Albans end ALss Lillian Hlxby of IlurllnR
ton. Air and .Mrs F. C. Isham passed
Christmas at John Hellion's In HurllnKton
and Air nnd Airs. C. K Ishnm were at
her father's, F. C Forbes, In Wllllston.
Thoma-s Toner of Long Island Is at his
mother's. Airs-. James Toner, for a few
days For tho first time In 1 years tho entire
family of Mr. and Airs. A. I". Iamon
Kathcred at their home Christmas day.
Fifteen sat down to dinner, after which
they entoyed a well laden Christmas
Illness. The funeral was held from the
bouse Sunday afternoon at one o'clock,
the Hew AI. A. Turner oirielatliiK. Airs.
Clds leaves one daughter, Alts Georu-e
n. .Miiiersoii. i-.. r-. ' mos or mirunKton for,j
was In town Sumhw to -ittend the funeral'. ...
"f Mrs Olds. AIlss Kdlth It. Gates start
ed Alonday mornlnt: for Kansas City to i
attend the Student Volunteer conference,!
is delegate from the V. M. C A. of the
f V. M. Wendell Haydcn of Hlverside1
Is passintr a few days with his eouslus. i
Paul and Wlnslow Gates. Miss Sadie
Otis rfturtud to her school In Hrliltre
water Monday after spendlni; her vacn-
tlon with her parents. Mr. and Mr- M I
Otis. Aliss Llla Itandall spent Cbilstnia-!
with her sister, Airs J H. Dltnon, In,
HlKhKnto Gore A little datmliter artlved!
at the homi- of Air and Mis Merrill ili-imi
Tuesday mnrnlna The Itiv. F. V. Davl
has declined a fill to the Comirccntlonal I
Church of Swanton, and will remain here
K. D. Ilaifiu. I'niiil! Kelley and Max
Smldt. all of Huston, werr arralmmd be
fore D. W. I'al peliter. ,1untlcu of the
peace, Thursday, cliaiKfd with a Hist
offense of Intoxication. They wore all
found guilty and lined J.1 and costs of
Ml!. I. Unmm and Kelley paid their Hues,
but Smldt was unable m pay and took
the alternative senteni.e in Franklin
county Jail al St. Albans. Monda Allvhaul
Meriy was com leti d In the 'tunc court
of a thlid uflense of Intoxh atlon and was
loniniltted to Jail for ) days. II. F.
lflistedl, town Kl.illd J ll in", pi nS'-ented.
Lluln L. Peck, who suffered a Iraeture
nf the spine when In- was run over by
a hand ear several weeks aao. has so
tar 1 (-covered lis to be able to be moved
Albans hospital to his home
heie. He I- still utiablr to walk and for
soniv time nitut use a wheel chair. Thcto
was a New Year's dance in the Itich
feld opera liouve Weilm sday cvoninK,
with muiJe by Mrs. Hon Puffer's or
ihestni. M s. Iiniiald S. Thayer h.is 1.,-en
xl-ltlnir In r bisur, Mis. .1. J. Gnrrett, of
ltutland. Deputy Colleetor W. I'. I'tlller
Is p.i-siiist a few days with his family
In LiiosbitiK Falls. Mrs. Asa Wilson of
H.indolph Is vlsltinif h- r son, Glenn F.
A lire .'ilnrm about f.:30 o'clock Sunday
moiniiiK was for a lire In 'arroll Allt-cheH'-'
hen house w bleb was eniisumed.
The blaze wa kept from dolnn further
I daniatre.- Dunh-1 Alurphy of Cambrldi.c,
Alass.. was broinrht before D. W. Car
pentet. Justlei- nf tie- peace, Saturday,
ebnt'Beil with a first offence of intoxlca
j lion, lie was lined J." and costs nm.ntnt
I Inn to ;u.li. which he .,ild. II D. llotjan
I of P.oston was found guilty of a second
oi'lein-e of intoxication and sentum t-d to
si rve :n dnys In Franklin i ounty jail at
SI. Albuns. The Hew W. 1 1. IHgley, pat
tor of the Advent Christian Church,
pleached In the llnptlst Church Sunday
The winter term of the villain- and
town schools will be opened Alon
day, except that In the Hlals-d-ll
neluhhorhond and at South Klcli
ford, wliere the schoola are alrf-'ady in
M-ilon. Miss Anna L. Preston of St.
Albans has lesiKiied as teacher of the
upper grades at I' ist Itlcliford. Alls Man
Jieoth has been transferred Irom Itleb
f-.'i! "enter to tin Kane.'- at i:.i.-t IMcli-
and Miss Alaude Pi-c.ll of V.ite:
M irv ( i tor has been i-ur.i ;i d t- e c rj
for the Iticlifoid Center school. M. W.
WriRht and daughter. Ali.-s X'lvian
right, and Miss Grnei Hums ai in
Montreal. J. L. l.ovelette was in N"W
port Alonday to visit his brother, Nelson
II l.ovelette. who I.- 111.
Mrs, Selh Yates, St Aimi.lnl - AIlss Dora
SJiidcrland of Hwntilon Is passim? few
days nt the home of J. M. lllll's.-Mrs. J.
AI. Hill and daughter. Airs. Fstella Car
man left Friday for a 10 days' visit with
Mrs. Hill's daughter In New Ymk-
Harvey D. Wheeler and Miss Alercie I.
Wood, both of Fletcher, we.ru married
December by the Hev. O. Al. Houtwoll.
The funeral or Airs. '.. A. Phelps, whose
death occurred suddenly of acute Indiges
tion Christina night at the home of her
daughter, .Mrs. J, C, Towle, at Knosburg
Fulls, was held at the church here Satur
day at 12 o'clock, the Uev, T. H. Crcsey
officiating, Willi burial nt I'nst Frank
lin ce etery. The bearers were J. C.
Towle, W. It. Noble, C. D. Phelps and
Seth C. Towle. Among some of those
from out of town to attend the funeral
were Mrs. S. AI. Howard of Malone, N. V.,
and Alls AI. ,1. Darling, sisters, H. O.
Darling, a brother, of AInrshlleld, Air. and
Airs. O. L. Hinds, the latter a sister, of
lltirlltigton, Air. and Airs. J. C. Towle and
daughter. Lillian, of UnosbuiR Falls, Mr.
and Mrs. C. D. Phelps and family, Air.
Phelps a son, nf Sheldon, Air. and Airs.
A. W. Isham of Lebanon. N. H., Airs.
Isham being a granddaughter, Air. and
Airs. Charles Detln of Iticlifoid, Air. and
Airs. J. C. Weld, Air. and Mrs. L. IJ. Lar
abee, Air. nnd Airs. F. O Llhby f Herk-i-hlre.
Airs Phelps was born in Herkshire
December :'., 1S1I, where "lie was a life
ISLE LA MOTTE.
S Tin ,ni is are home
c.mpl. "f weeks dur-
n nil Alls. Al
Alburg for .'
ir-; tin- hollihn - Tie- Christmas exer-eK.-s
at tin- Methodist church were well
ittended and the treis were well laden
with ullts The lake froze across from
the Island to Chazy Friday, the ffith, and
several have alreiulv skated across. The
Hew G. c, Wustnitt left Monday for a
shoit visit to his home In Cambridge.
Mr. and Alls. N. W. IMsk are entertain
ing ovi r New YiarV a forty of boys and
gills of tin- P.iiillngton high school.
Dr. and Airs. F II. Ilrown and
three daughters, Airs. C. L. Alarsh,
AIlss Irene Spooner and Airs. HylvU
McAIullln. spent Christmas In the fain
tly of G. C. Holmes in St. Albans
There was a reunion of the famlllo3
of tho four Kimball brothers and a
lstcr with their families at the home
of J. II. Kimball Thursday. Twent
Iwo wore present, the only absentee
being: II, H. Kimball. Kent Perley
returned to Alorrisville Thursday.
C. AI. Armstrong is with his family
hero for tho holidays. Thomas Jone
of Vergonneii and Gerald Jones of
Alontpeller wcro In town Saturday on
their return from visiting their par-
Air, nnd .Mrs. George Jones, in
Herkshire Air. and Airs. F. A.
i i ii u Alondaj for Florida,
i 11 PII--K tie- winter.
A J Caldwell Is at hlr home on
(. jiii n h street from Portland, Me..
V ank Colcord ot Huston was In town
K tiii,.n Ho is visiting his parents,
.Mr and Airs II. II. Colcord, in South
J- r.inklin. -Thomas Tas-ile Is visiting
his parents In Harru. S. II. Kennedy
it ml daughter, .Miss Alarion Kennedy,
utiun-d to Waeibui Satuiday al
ter a week at the home of Mr. and
Mrs Giles Sayles. Carlton Smith of
Northampton, .Mass., has been visiting
his parents, Air. anJ Airs. A. .1. Smith,
a fiw d.'ijs He Ubltcd Ills brother,
A'civ Smith, In St. Albans Saturday,
und loft for Northampton Sunday via
Hi hfnrd. James Porley llryco of
ImjiUi Fnyslon Is visiting in tho
Iiouk of W. J. Itmlrnond. Air. an J
Air" J C. Towlo and daugliter, AIlss
Lillian, and Mr. and Mis, C. 1 1. Pholp
und chlldroir wmo among tliose from
luic wliu attended tin- funoral of Airs.
Phelps In West Herkshliii Sat
Airs. V A Phelps of West Herkshlro
dUil very suddenly Christmas night at
ten o'clock at the home of her daughter.
Alls .1 ' Towle, in t IiIki lllage, where
she was spending the day. She was In
ii r "Otli vear, and the cause of her dentil
mi Indigestion. Iler body was taken to
t lUisshlri Friday. The funeuil was
hrlll Sltlll'dnv It twelve fi'i loi k ,11 the
M th Jd'st Cnni' ii
Walter II ( uttiiie", a prominent furmer,
l.lojil Cliuffet Is at home from Slow,
during the hnlldos. Leonard P.eel Is
contlned to the bouse with a boll ;n tb,
noe. Airs. Martin Whlteomb Is 111 with
The annual church meeting mil roll-call
will bo held In Aleinorlal Cungregalioiial
Church Thursday, January 1 Dinner
will be served. .Mr. and Airs. John M.
Cole of New York are visiting ills par
ents, Air. and Mrs. W. W. Cole. Clnri nee
GUIiar has begun work for C. D. Spear.
Airs. O-car Pucharm of Glens Fall.-, N.
Y.. Ih tlie guest of her patent, Air. and
Airs. Paul Hlodah. Air. and Airs. George
Fan-ell and daughter Arlene of I'nder
hlll spent Clwlstm.i.s with Mr. and Airs.
William Conk -Air. and Mrs. Harry Hlo
dah have leiuriied to their home In Hur-Ilngton.-Adjt
-Gen. Leo S. Tlllotson of
St. Albans, .Mr and Alts. Henjamln Tlllot
son and son Cedrlc of Illghgate Sprllig-i
and AIlss .Molly Dials of Newport spent
Ohristmns at the home of Alts. S. ().
Tlllotson. AIlss Laura lirady of Hoston
fcptnt t!u- holidays ut home. Mi. and
Airs. G. II. Whltenmb of Fnnshurg spent
Sunday In town. .Mr. W Al. Naramoro
Is visiting her son Hert In Gardner. .Mass.
A daughter was horn December 22 to
Air and Airs Joseph A- Alnrcette. The
body of Airs. Satah Ilnyden nf Jericho
was brought here for burial Monday. De
cember XL Walter Cutting died suddenly
at his home Alonday. December 20. nf
heart disease. Mr. nnd Airs Mark Steph
enson and .Mr. and Mrs. W L. Tlllolson,
Jr , of Sheldon .-pent Christinas In town.
The Warner Home children had their
Christmas tree and exercises Saturday
afternoon at tin km o'clock. Tim program
of recitation and songs was given un
der the direction of the matron, Miss
Harbarn Poupore, and was very enter
taining. Hach child received gifts from
the heavily laden tree. A short nddress
was given by the Hev. George D. Gould
and prayer was offeied by the Hev. Al
H. S. Kimball has been appointed aldo ,nughter, Airs. C
do camp by James Al. Hamilton of Hut
land, department commander of Vermont
I'nlted Spanish War Veterans,
News has been received of the birth
of a son to Air. and Mrs. Vernon Win
throp Houghton of Manila, V, I., No
vember 17. Air. Houghton Is a son of
Airs. A. S. Houghton of this city.
The lire department was called out
Alonday morning by still alarm for
blazo in the greenhouse of ex-Govcrnnt
H. C. Smith on Congress street. It was
thought that tho lire could be extinguish-
d by chemicals but after using six ir
wii' nieessary to use water The Humes
ii il onsldernhU damage t the building,
especially In tho office and roof, it Is
Panic! Norton dti-u Mdd-n'v at his
l onie in Fairfax at nine i e-k Satunlay
veiling of uiiii.ilgia of th. iie.ut Mr.
Norton was horn In I ime-bni mi veal's
ago la ft uctolier. He bad lived in Fair
fax for !! Hems, following his m pupation
,i farmer, lb- leaves besnh s his wife,
one daughter, .Mrs. F. A. Hetty ol West
ford, nnd two grandchildren, Lillian M.
Hetty ot Wesiford and W.-sl Norton
llr-sh nf Fall fax. Tie- fuiuial ii
bold at his late resii'.-nee ,-u '"Veri
o'lloel. V i ilm iIh niornln-
Woid has been received of the birth of
a daughter to Mr. and Mis. Homer K.
Hunt of Swanton. Air. and Airs. Hunt
formerly resided here. Halph Southard
was given a surprise party Saturday
e , nil u ' ln.ih.r -I I -- '"'I, 1 i'- I -
Tlie evening 'ib pleasantly passed with
music and games and ref i eslunents were
served.- Ni has lueii n-cehed of the
dentil of .1 din i:. Ki m'l n 'i- a' bis homo
In Providence, 1!. I .Mr Id ndriek owned
a farm here and spent s'-veinl summers
here. Mr and Airs. Linn nrd and son
spent Christmas In Underbill. Alb--- Clara
Stiles is spending the holidays with her
mother, Mrs. I). J. Noi ton. Airs. John
Town and t,vo children of Milton have
returned alter visiting lu-r father, T. L
.Marvin. Mrs. Lmina Vlieent and two
I daughters are vl.-ltlng in St, Albans.
Hdward Carpenter and son, William,
spent Clnlstm.is In Hurlln-iton. Howard
I Lane of Hoston Is spending the holidavs
I with her mother. .Mis. I5vn Lam Airs.
I lierlha Hergen and sou, Walter, an- vlslt
j Ing In Chailestown. W IMibld spent
Chilrtnias at her homo on the island.
Airs. Heach of Montpiller end Mrs. Keith
of Concord, N. II., wen- guests of Mr. and
Airs. W. S. White for the holidavs -Chnrles
Green of Hakerslleld has been
lsltlng his father. William Green -Albert
Hutler, Jr.. of Iluilln-!ton spent
Christmas with his uncle, II A. Hutler
I'll Archnmbaiilt and bilde are in town.
They expect to icslde here. William Ar
chambault w'll go to Itlcliford- C. S.
Howard has had installed an electric cof
fee mill and sausage grinder
Allen Perla has leturned to his homo In
Shelbume Imrboi ,ift i -wilding Christ
mas with his d'uiLbLor. .Mis. Hert Alayo
of North lleio.-W illlain Yalyeuu and two
sons, Stanley and 1 i.Miiotid, have re-
tttrni.il to Huillngton nftur sieudlng
Christmas with Alls. H- tt Alayo and fam-
Dunne Hiul'iuit sp.nt Christmas with
his patents in Ji ri, hn. Air. and .Mis.
Chailes Moon-. AIlss Mil i .Moore, and Wil
liam Alusseau of IMr.v's Mills, Mrs.
Whitman ui.d on, Charl -s. of Chninplniti,
N. Y,, spiiit (Miri.-ima.i at tin- home of
Gilbert Iteb'.nson. Air and Airs. .... T.
Mott and son. Aimer, spent Christmas in
Swanton. A I'lulstmas ente -talnnif nt
wa.i held In the M '.hndlst F.idscopal
'Church Wednesday, Dee. 24. The Congre
Igetional th nrili si i,: o '.-. tln .'mil
I Clous Wednesday, Dec. 21, to leave pres
, ents for tin- i Million who Iiiim- In ,-u in
Sunday hi hnnl and those who have boon
shut in with whooping cough. Chub-s
GoiKliich Is vi ry low. Mr. and .Mis. Or
man He.nold- and son, licnjaniin, spent
chrl.-tiiHis nt the home of N. L. Kin.iley.
W. M. Lyman, H. F. D. carrier on route
2, hn.s moved to Alburg and rented Ills
house a the lino to Mr. Sullivan, the boss
of the lumbermen who .m- to do the big
i ' 'ppinar business and run the saw mill
.it tin- line tills winter. G. W. Sabre has
retained lioin a several weeks' stay In
Providence, I!. 1.
Air. and Alls. L. It. Hates and children
spent Chrlstnris with Ills parents at Lost
Illuhgnte. Miiford Leltoy, who broke
one arm while running to catch a train
ut Hoi-sis Point, N. Y., Is improving.
Tin uiilld ot tin- Methodist Church at the
C liter will bold a eon.-i rt and watch the ' lu'1(1
old yior out and tile lieu- year In at tho
church Wednesday night.
The death or Chiules Santor occurred
Sunday, December 21, after a protracted
Illness of about eight year-". He was
born December V.i, 1CIT. October S, 1ST3,
he married Matilda Sivage. To this
union were bom 11 children, nine ot
whom are living: Moses of Salem
lilver, N. y.. Walter and Kriu-st of North
Hero, Mis. Wyman Puryea of South
Hero, 'Airs. Ilinry Senecal of Pisco. N.
i . Henry, Klim-r, Alls. Lawrencu
'inn ron and Miss Flossie of this town.
.Mi. Santor was a most prosperous farm
er, an uptight citizen, a good neighbor
and had tile respect of tin- entire corn
inunlt. lie leaves a wife, who was a
good help-meet and who faithfully and
untiringly cared for him In his Invalid
ism, ills funeral was largely attended
'I'm sday morning nt the Church of Saint
Hon' and Inurinwit was la South Hero
Senator Pagi Is home from Washing
ton for the holiday.- Clifton Petilo spent
Christmas at Johnson. Superintendent
and Mrs. Douglass of Waltslield are
spending a few days In town. August
Gehrig of St Jolinsbury was In town
Tliuinlay. Glenn Perry of Woodsvllle,
N. II., Is In town. Mr and .Mis. Thomas
Aloore have gone to ltutland to spend the
remainder of the winter with their daugh
ter, Alr.- l.'ulgley Miss Herth.i Collins ot
Laconla, N. II., Is visiting at Hreezy Illll
fiirms. Miss Llda Collins lias returned
to Hui llnoinii.
. and Airs.
Mrs. C JI. Hathaway
111 lCnosburg Falls
IMward Hushford, .Mr.
Uiishford and Mr. and
of Hurllngton warn
Hushford of Haiton passed Christmas
with his mother, Airs. John Hushford.
Mr and Airs. C. D. ShaiiKiaw spent
Christmas with Air Shangrnw's parents,
Mr. and Airs. K. J Shangraw of Hlchford.
-Mr ad M's Sin "lion Tuim-i- of Fast
Herkshire passed Christmas with their
Albeit Patterson and son, Safford, are
vIsitiiiK his father In -Malone, N. V., for
a tow days. AIlss Hllznbeth King Is at
honin fiom Hurllngton for the holidays. -Mr.
nnd Airs. Walter Haywood and chil
dren spent Christmas with K Lrvtlaino at
c L. Ilelllon passed (Miilstmns at High
gate Springs with 11. H. Tlllsnn. Maicus
Archainbniilt Is with his parents nt I'.il
ford -Ullfn-d Ferland was at Hlglig.Ue
Chrism is md M v Huhi-.rd and f.un
Mrs. icnilly L. (Owen) Watts, wife of
Georgo 1 1. Watts, died at their home In
Stnwo Hollow about six o'clock Thursday
Ing from burns received when her cloth
ing Ignited wlilli, she wns placing paper
III the stove Wednesday evening. Her
clothing was nearly all burned from her
body, nnd but for the aid of Guy und
Hov Stafford of Alorrtvllle, who happen
ed to pass by and saw her lying on the
snow, whore she had tried to quench the
lire, she would have burned 1o death
at once. Mrs Wntts was about 7S yenrs
nf nge. pin. was born In South Hurllng
ton, a daughter of Almon and Fnnlcii
Isham Owin, nnd a sister of the late
AlMon W. (iweu of Stowe. She was mar
ried to Mr. Watts In November, m1,
and since then rcsldi-d In Slowe. Their
only child, a daughter, Mary, died many
years ago. Airs. Watts bad been par
tially disabled from the effects of a brok
en hip for several years. .Mr. Watts,
I who Is a year older thnn .Mrs. Watts, has
been lu falling henlth for some time.
Mr. nnd Mis. Truman It. Smith, who
wile married by the Hev W II- Nason
wedding. While an old-fashioned' winter
Htorm kept tunny of their friends away
n good number were In attendance and
found In the hospitable mansion a pleas
ant contrast to thn wintry aspect out
of doors, Their son, O. Howard Smith
nf Morrlsvllle, and .Mrs. O. L Luce as
sisted lu receiving the guests and Mrs.
Maude tlcnth presided nt the refresh-,
mcnt table In the dining room. The dec
orations nnd Mowers were green and gold,
Among those present were .Mr. Smith's
sister, Mrs. Jane Howo of Hulland, who
Is passing the winter In Stowe, and Air.
and Airs. Hmiry Demerltt of Wnterbnry.
A sum of money In gold and other gifts
were left by the guests as reminders of
the day nnd a poem was written for the
occasion by Mrs. May A, Jennoy. Air.
Smith was 7S years of age im December
PI. Ills life except for two yearn In
Falrbatilt, Minn., wns passed on the
farm where he was bom In Stowe Hot
low until five years ago, when hn moved
to the village. He was one of the 11 chil
dren of Horace and Nancy Alontgnmcry
Smith, of whom, besides himself, a
brother, Harrison Smith of Alorrisville,
and two sisters. Mrs. Jane Howe and
Mrs. O. II. Slayton, survive. Mr. Smith
served a short time In the Civil War,
enlisting In Company II, Oth Vermont
teglment, but was soon discharged on ne
entint of Illness. Ho represented Stowo
In the Legislature of 1MJ. Airs. Smith,
formerly Aurllla Howard, was born In
lilt In Springfield, N. II,, and was
brought up in that town and In Croy
don, the "Conlston" of Winston Church-Ill'.-e
novel, lteuel Dilrkee, the original
of "Jethro Haps," was a fnmlllar figure
to her In her childhood. She was mar
ried In lid to Georgo Frye, who had
Just enlisted and who lost his life In tho
battle of Chancellorsvllle. She met Air.
Smith while on a visit In Wnterbury nnd
their mnrrlage soon followed. Of their live
children the oldest Is the only survivor.
j Three of them died of scarlet fever In
the winter of 1171-.", two on one day and
tin third n week later. The youngest
died In 14m. Mrs. Smith Is nn active
worker In the Congregational Church and
a member of the 11. H. Smith Post,
' W. It. C. Within two years she has had
, both wrists broken but although some
what crippled Is aide to do her own
housework. She Is one of the few
women of these times who has a compe
tent knowledge of spinning and weav
ing, which acts she has carried on until
within a few years. The funeral of
Mrs. George H. Watts, who dli-d of burns
on Wednesday, was held at her home ir.
Stowe Hollow Saturday afternoon, con
ducted by the Hev. Lemuel Davis of the
Congregational Church. The bearers
were H. W. Luce. D. G. Luce, A. D.
Img nnd II. G. Fuller. Two selections,
I "Go to Thy Host" and "Affliction Is n
Stormy Deep," were sung by a quartet
consisting of -Mis. H. W. Barrows, Airs.
Alice A. Ilaymond. A. II. Cheney and
j G. A. Huinhnm. The burial was In the
Itiver Hank cemetery. Among those
present were .Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Camp
I of Alorrisville and .Mrs. H. W. Goodroo
f of lllnesburg. Josojib White Is suffering
, from a dislocated shoulder and other in
, juries, the result of a fall thiough an
I open trap door in his barn. AIlss Thalia
Mi Curt v, wlio teachoB In Woodbine, N.
.1.. is passing the holidays with her sis
ter. Mrs. It. G. noynolds. Oscar Felnetto
of Stowo and He.-sle Hessetto of Burllng
t ton hnvo been placed under K'f bonds
to appear nt the June term of the La
moille county court. Falling to secure
bonds they were placed In Jail.
Tjho first of a series of farmels' meet
ings being arranged by thn agricultural
department of Stowe high school will be
held in the high school building on the
evening of January ij. Dean J. L. Hills
and Professor Hurdlck of the University
of Vermont will speak. It Is hoped suffi
cient Interest will be shown at the first
meeting to warrant the continuance of the
seiles. The annual meeting and dinner
of Fnity Church will be held Thursday.
- The annunl meeting, rollcall and dinner
of the Congregational Church will bo
held Thursday. The annual meeting of
the Stowe Cemetery association will be
with Airs. Alice A. Raymond at
three o'clock on the afternoon of Janu
ary 6. The Ladlts' Aid of the Methodist
ICplseopal Church will meet with Airs. F.
D. Yen Dusen at the parsonage. Friday
I afternoon. The Hev. Verdi Martin ot
Gaysville preached at Fnlty Church Sun
day In the absence ot the Hev. F. T.
' 'vane, who preached In Northtleld.
P.dgar Hennett of South Dakota visited
.1. F. Campbell last week. Tho two, who
were frh lids In their youth, had not met
for 37 yeni.--. Mr and Airs, C. n. Hoyce
and .Miss Laura Ilojden of Montpeller
came Saturday to visit Airs. Hoyco's par
! ents, -Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Eddy. .Mr. noycu
leturned to Alontpeller Monday Mrs. C,
A. Adams and little son, Charles, of
Somervllie, -Mass., are visiting in Stowe.
The committee of al rnngi-ments for tho
i oiiKreKatlnnul annual dinner is: AIlss
Louisa Smith. -Mrs. W. H. Aldrlch, Mrs.
A J. AlcGlbbon. Airs. C. N. Adams,
, .Mrs. G. W. Chapln and MIsb Graco
Dewey. At the annual meeting of Alann-
ilcld .Mountain Orange Saturday the fol
lowing officers were elected: -Master,
Herbert K. Straw, overseer, George M.
Towne, lecturor, Ars. Maude Campbell;
Steward, Herman A. Parsons; assistant
steward, Georgo EL West, chaplain, Airs.
Nidu Alagoon; trea-surer, H. S. Warren:
secretary, A. R. Straw; gati .eeper, C
P. Hrown, Ceres, Mr". Carrie Straw
Pomona, Airs. Hattle Hrown, Flora, Mrs
Sadie Hutts; musical director. Airs. Delia.
Tomllnson. Tho first and seoond degrees
were worked upon a class of blx windl
ilatei- In th forenoon and dinner was
served. A special meeting will bo held
.Saturday evening to work the third and
fourth degrees. At the regular meeting
January 10 the officers will be Installed,
Tim members of 11. H. Smith Post,
U. A. It., and W. It. C. will Install tholr
officers at their regular meetings at tho
Akeley Memorial building Saturday. Din
ncr will bo served.
Halph O. Wrisley has received news of
tho death of his father, Jacob W. Wrls
loy, on Saturday morning at the homo of
his nephew, llnrvoy Pruscott, In Aurelln
liens. She attributes her success to tho'W H Kills, and his sistir
use of milk which she keeps before tho I I'lerson, of Ottawa - .Mr .iiui
hens every day.- AIlss Anna Trudgln of
Wnterbury Is passing the week with .Mrs.
Walter Bhepard at "The Cllff."-Th con
dition of Airs. Fdwln H. lllgelow, who was
very III last week, Is much Improved.
George N. Fisher has returned to New
bury after passing Christmas with Ids
family In Stowe. Airs. K. J. Adams Is HI.
- Air. nnd Airs. F. S, Dow went to Crafts-
bury Tuesday. A telephone has been
placod In the. resldenro of .Mrs. LMIzabnth
M. Smith, the number being 2-14. Poles
nro being set for a line to Hie residence
of A, A. Hoyce. Principal nml Airs. H. G.
Iteynolds and Airs. Itiiynolds's sister, AIlss
Thalia AlcCarthy.-It. It. Alc.Mahon and
.Miss Ilebcoca Hurt wore among thoso
who attended thn Pan-Hellenic banquet
nt Alorrisville Tuc.Mlay evening. Mrs. 11.
W. Gondroe, who was cnlled hert- by tin
death of licr nunt, Mrs. George II. Wntts,
returned Tuesday to lllnesburg. Air.
WattH, who Is left alone by the death of
Mrs. Watts, Is with his niece nnd her
husband, Air. nnd "Irs. II. H. Faurice,
for tho present.
Mr C K
Mt G A
Ilanows returned Tuesd.iv iium I'ro.i
deuce, It. I., where they havi pa a
week with their daughters, Mr K. L
Alorse and Airs. F.. I. Hooth, and thwr
families. Airs. A. II. Smith rcturni 1
Tin sday to Fltohburg, Mas-, aft. r , a
Ing Christinas week with her parent
Air. and Airs. George C Gould I'roi
and Mrs. Alartiu W. Chaffee, after pa-s-ing
Christinas with his parents, Air and
Mrs. o. W. Chaffee, returned to Pea tn
Tuesday, ills sister, .Miss Alaud Cnaf
fen, accompanied them Tor a few day
Airs. Inez Fletcher and daughter, Hazd,
of Fast St. Johnsbury. ret'irn I Tuis
day after passing several ihns with .Mrs
It. L. Currier. .Mrs. Jamli Wmtblil
went Tuesday to Hollows FnlW to visit
her parents. Mr. and Mr H P Swc t
Airs. Charles AleFarlnnd. who has '.ron
residing for omu time nt Jonesvlt e
Wis., enme Monday to maki her homo
'with her son. Chnrles M, '',ir ,u,d -Jlr-t,
Cnscllda Davis left vi -tirl r ,r Or
vllle, X. Y. ealbd then b t., Illness
nf her brother's wife, Alu W. A. Ion-ney.
Sheriff Jones nnd Iyawyer Tracy were
In Hyde Park Saturday. Dr. Wells and
family spent Christmas, with his parents,
Air. nnd Airs. n. B. Wells. George B. KI
wood Is assisting nt the Nve storo during
tho holidays, Tlio Horlln Mills people
have commenced shipping pulp to their
mill In Herlln, N. II. They cut It up Into
short lengths this winter.
Airs. AI. Mayo returned to
bury Monday after visiting
Airs. Nowclt Ellsworth. Glen
taking a business course at the Hurllng
ton nuslness College. Airs. C. S. Cutler
leturned to Johnson Sattitdny after vis
iting In town. AIlss Alma Wheelock ot
Alorrisville visited her grandmother, Mrs.
- ook, over Sunday. J. W. Porter's liaise
-ti.vlit fire last week, the lire being dis
covered by Ethan Porter. The blnze was
confined to the Hour upstairs. Air. Por
ter extinguished the flames with a few
palls of water. Ethel Heed, who has
been visiting her mother, Airs. Horace
Woodmansle, returned to St. Johnsbury
Wednesday. Air. nnd Airs. George ltlch
ardson of Stowe were the guests of her
parents, -Mr. and Airs. W. O. Davis.
Al. Coanut will attend the nil-day meeting
at Alorrisville Wednesday.
The death ot Daniel Flint on jri
day nfter several month.- of l
-Mr. Mint had reached the n-;i of ii viarj
and for n-veinl months had bein f Ulnr
He was a prominent man in town, hold
ing the olllce of town clerk for i lo-
torm. He was also deacon of ta C or
Riegntlonal Church and w.i.i nwi.-i In a
that pertained to that so iet Air ' i
Is s'iirvlved by two daiiglitirs, Air - Wa '
Flint of llralntiee and Mr- Avri II v
nrrtmn of this place, font- nni the H i
Irving Flint of Hatfield. M , S frwi
Flint, a lawyer In Mns.;i' v t" C ,iriH
Flint of St. Albans nml II .1 I Mut if t'
village. The funeral w.-i . 1.1J nt LraP
tree mil Sunday afternoon t
ser Aletzger nlllclntlnir - Mr
Charles Flint of St. Al'.i-i- a
unlay ami went tn Hrn i ti. .
the death of Air. Flint - (
Flint. -AIlss Hazel Ladd !- t Pi
White Hlver Junction. To
night In DuHols & Gay's I n ,
nttendrd -Clifford Averlll. now
In Claremoiit. N. H., h.i.- ',., n
mother. Airs. Cloia AvenU. for
days. Dr. E. c. Noble ram - fi in H
i v 1 S it
I 1 IV
' r la f r
i npl led
Iowa. Air. Wrlsley left Btowu on October
12 hours of terrible suffer-,-" mu pnssco some uum
Mrs. ivnona i.iiuonu in uin v. louu, neu.,
nnd Mrs. Fannin Anderson In HIJou Hills,
South Dakota. Particular havo not been
learned. Air Wrlsloy wim ns well as
usual when Inst heard from nnd expected
to return home soon. He was 09 yoars of
ngi :n September. He was born in Wll
llnmstown and lived In Waterbury nnd
Mnretown, coming to Stowe to live .11
years ago. He was a veteran of tho Civil
War, enlisting from Waterbury In Com
'panv P, 2nd Vermont He served threo
vears nnd re-enlisted, and wns discharged
it the close of the war. serving four
venrs and three months nnd taking pint
In 35 battles. Air Wrlsley Is survived by
two sons, Halph O Wrlsley of Stowe and
Orrlo W. Wrlsley of Alorrlftown, an
adopted daughter, Airs. Leo n Edson, of
Stown nnd seven grandchildren, also hit
two sisters, Airs. Anderson and Mrs
Laudrin and n brother, Chnrles Wrlsley
of Essex Junction A brother, William
Wrlsley. died December 10 at Sacramento,
Cal. Airs. Wrlsley, formerly .Miss Laura
Turner, died In It'll The remains will
in Sjii Invtlf I1, N II. "ei ember 2."), 1MI3,
1 !' ' house at the, i' home on Main i)n brought hem for burial -.Mrs Hurbett
t I'iIIi afliii.ooii and evening In Mnvo h,,u uhio,,,-,! iv ,lo.n nf ecir- in
Ily with Airs. Hubburd'a parents, Air. and I Honor of thu Ojtli aiinlvtiMity of tholr jtU Bftot two wevlm from a llock of W
Airs. Ij J. Pllbln Is at the Fannie Al
len hospital for treatment. Miss Nettle
Leach Is spending the week at home from
Hurllngton. Miss Maud Dan ah, who has
been spending tlie week at home with her
parents, has returned to her work in Hur
llngton. Airs. John Lumbra hns gone to
Helvldere Center to remain through the
winter, where her husband has employ
ment with the Hillings Lumber company.
Airs. Horace Hnldln of Colbrouk. N. II.,
is visiting her mother, Mrs. Varnas T.
Locke. Dr. and .Mrs. Hulburd and son
of Jericho lslted his "Ister, Airs. E. 1.
-Mann, over Chrltmos liobert Parker
ot Willlamstown is spending the week
with his sister. -Mrs. H. H. Shattuck.
Mr. and Airs. Frank Wills and son of
Hardwick spent a few days with his par
ents, the Hev. nnd Alr. J. II. Wills.
John Elliot has moved to a farm at East
. W. Sptiuiding returned to .Mont- 1
puller Saturday and Airs. Spiuldlng
Monday nfter passing several days with ,
tho hitter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A.
Nlles. The Hev. and AIr. II. A. Dur
fee of Hurllngton returned Saturday after
passing a few days with their daughter
and huob.md, Air. and Airs. C. D. Howe.
Guy Herrlck and Miss Al.via Merrick
returned to Hardwick Satunlay after
passing Christmas with their patents, -Mr.
and Airs. Charles H. Herrlek. -Miss Azella
Goodell of Lynnfield, -Mass.. returned
home Alonday after panning Christmas
with her mother. Airs. Lottie Goodell.
AtlJs Frances Woodbury of Hurllngton
and Horace Powers w,-nt Saturday to
Ja-kson, X. H., to be present at -i house
party. Airs. Clinton Ste-arns of Fletcher
left Saturday after passing several days
with Mr and Mrs. Fred O. I.unt. L. E.
Daniels of New York Is with his parents,
Air. and Airs. W. S. Daniels. AIlss Eliza
beth Stone Is at her home in Boston
George Warren, who has been confined
to the house for a long time by Illness,
1 able tn be out. J, H. Warren has pur
chased of E. O. Foss the W. AI. Hill
meat market. Air. Wnrren has had long
experience In the business M H. White
has gone to Great Harrington, -Mass.,
Joining Airs. White and son. Airs. White
will accompany him on his return. The
Alorrisville lire department will give Its
annual New Year's ball at town hall.
Air. and Mrs. Joseph Wcnfer and daugh
ter. Alary Elizabeth, of Harre are guests
of Air. Wearer's parents, Mr. and Airs.
John Weafer. Airs. FTcd Thayer was
called to Je ffersonvllle .Monday by tho
serious Illness of her sister-in-law. Airs.
William Thayer. -Mr. and Atri. Joseph
Weafer and daughter returned to Barro
Alouduy after visiting his parents, Air.
and Mrs. John Weafer. Prof, and Aim.
L. D. Smith of Willlamstown came Sun
dny to remain until after New Year's
with his parents, Air. and Airs. A. J.
Smith. A. J. Smith, who recently under
went nn operation at the Alary Fletcher
hospital, was able to be dressed Sunday
Mrs. H. D. Huntley nnd mothi r-ln-Iaw,
-Mrs. C. II. Huntley of Hurllngton, wero
gue3ts Sunday of the former's parents,
Air. nnd Mrs. F. H. Cram. AIlss Alma
Wheelock returned Alonday from a vWt
with her grandmother. Airs. Alma Cook,
of Wolcott. Airs. Ellen Olmstoad went
Alonday to West Aledford, .Mass , where
sho will pass the winter with her daugh
ter nnd husband, Air. and Airs. Ernest It.
Hrackett. AIlss Elnia Taylor of North
Craftsbury was a guest from Thursday
to Mondiiy of Mr. and Air. Herbert
Woodbury, The .Misses Eunice nnd Edith
Hlukeley returned Monday to Boston
after passing Christmas with Mr. and
Airs, A, H. Slayton. Miss Kuth lllgelow
returned to St. Johnsbury Monday. Ml jh
Kdlth Spiller of St. Johnsbury passed
Sunday with her mother. Airs. C. A.
Spiller. II. F. ..mill! went Alonday to
Thn Unity doss or the Congregational
Church was enter'alncd Alonday evening
at tho farm home of Mr. and Airs. Georgo
C. Gould, Mrs. Leo Gould, Airs. Lou
Gould Smith of Fltchburg, Alass., and
Aliss Faith Delano of Gardner, Mass.
being hostesses. About were present.
Kef i eslunents were served. J. D. Winds
low was at North Danville Alondny to at
tend the timolol of ids mother, Airs. It.
W Wliulslow, who died Friday. Mrs.
Wlndslow passed the summer here with
her son, leaving here only live weeks
ii go,-. Mrs. W. Al. Stephen teturncd Alon,
dnj from Groton, where she has been
with her paients, Air. and Airs. Mosei
page. Airs. Pantile Hlckford went Tues
day to New Yoik for a few days with
her sister, Mis. llottlo II. Smith. -Aire.
A. U. Small and Mrs. E. s. Johnson went
to Burlington Tuesday, where they will
be guests for a few dans of Mis C. A.
Stevens -T B Ellis went to St Albans
Tuesday to wait his sistvr-ui-Uw, AJj.
Friday night and wn, tV
and Airs. .1. J. Trerlee ov- r
day he went to Montp.
wife and attend the wediit
i h i
I re. N
W 1 I 9
'i s i' r
lgi w ii h 1
tin Air. Hnd Airs. Fred H
ton and AIl-s Luclna S.ii
If., who wore here for
-Mr. and Mrs A. H. Re d . ft
James French ot Hit, , -k
been visiting his broth- r .1 '
since Thursday. retuir.,1 :
Miss Caroline Hatch -- 1
in tin- high school at P-ti ' M " n
substitute for one of the t. l
been grnnti d a month's ba.
-Mrs. .1. AI. Thomp-oi. 'id
Miss Beatrice Thomp-'-n
Alontpeller Saturday for i -with
Air. and Airs. A. J Fo.-ti-clndn
Cleveland, who Is tin '
Brnlntree, nnd who had 'mt .t
three davs. resune -
Mr. nnd Airs. L. D. P.u'tr
been In linrre since W- l'.-'i- r rr
cd Saturday. Edwin Go'.'lv. e i nm
from Concord, N. H.. to v,-t .si 1 1 t
has returned to resume 1 s w r T
Hanilolph Homan s Lit. rare 'b was
entertained on raturdav afi rinn in at
"The Maples" by Mr!- A M I'm i-s
T'riends of James rira.lfnM ji It, tyre.
son of Mrs. H. B. Mclinvre. ha r- elveit
news of his maiTlage In St I,oi i Di -
ccmber 17. to AIlss Frances Ma'thrws,
niece of Air. and Mrs F ark ( v i ag l
of that city. Atr. Alclntyre hns for somn
time been superintendent ot the Illinois
Steel Waiehouse company at St L, jls
After several weeks of I r at th
sanitarium tin- Hon Dn a H AI i died
'it- n hmit nonn I II- r v 1 1 c
ago Mr. Mor.-e went to th- s iiiH in im f
,1 .--liuiil o ei ,1 tiioi m . -uiii -' li
11 iviib ii Hf-i-rln lm,l tl. it in it irr f r f Ii,
' 1 be
ri-moval of a growth
as soon as his "tr,
From tin- (list his 1
after a time he gnlin 1
second operation. For
rapidly and there was
recovery, but for in daif
u.illy. With the rem" -a
one has Rone who foi tr "
active In all the lntertt if the
-, i was s'
s tT i- '
politics he wns a repul' .i- ,i tu t' '
a few years, becoming intensted 'n t'
Progressive party and its work He wa
an earnest worker In the Im a' grange,
which he was a charter n-m nr In
State Grange he was iIsa h i-ste l
served nn the State hoard Tn' sc
years he was assistant lodge if
Orange county couit He li 1 1
member of the Randolph I.-idg- i
Fellows for 20 years. Hi w as ni
Br.ilntree February 11, K'7 '
moved to Randolph and s'r "
on tho farm which he pur ' ,isr I 1
many years conducted vi i" s ' i
April 27, 164, he married r 1
and to them were horn t r i l
two of whom with his wif .- '
IT., wife of Arthur M Vn g r
on the Morse farm, and AI l w f
1 E II. Alasnn nf thi- id i Th r
'was held Wednesdoy rift-rronn ' on
, o'clock at bis bite horn
I -Mrs Florence Pim fir
' over-Sund ly guest of Mr and Mrs H
I Diukee, left Mond.it ' -r 1 u
Moss. The death of Mrs IP e Sm
'Clark occurred nt the -an'tarlum ST'
day. The icmolns w r tak n
home In Hnndolpli Cuil-r mil on
tile lunerai was neui .111.1 1. irK wi
first 111 with an att.i. k of one m w ai
1 was more comfortalile !um tier d
' veloped a clot of bio i 1 1 r
' limbs below the Knee Th- re si m I
be no alternative but to r 1 1 t i
and she was taken tn tin so 11. 1
that purpose. She grt ,
ond did not survixe f,
Airs. Hoy Neville, who
N. II.. for the Cluistni 1
1 ) ht
M 11 In
s Idenh w '
1 in 1
inn fr n Kti
lol- lal 1 W
her mother. Alr. A. G P' Hia'i) n
en .Monnoy --.mis. vi, e M 1 1 r u
nephew, Alexander AloLaov w 1 n
1 u. . ,
..,.,r.r. , -. , ',
with Airs. Emily Hastings r. i- r i M 1
.1., M T. ,
o.ij . .ins. ljuu -uoort 11 u s n wn n
been al the O. J. Mar hi wic
.Monday for Sharon. -M s- Mnr j 1
win, n teacher In the Yer- 1 r S I
tilal school, left Alonday u r
after passing the time with r
Air. and Mrs. H. G G-n lw,e v
CuminliiEs f cinrouioiu H n
over-Sunday Rinst al t'n "
and Alts A. II. Pow.
registered Monday mm mi - 'r
degrees below zero In din', rin' t
the town. Charles pr.itt, 1 t
Institute for the mind v i P -here
fur the holidays with Im 1
The dcdl. ation of H, thin 1
be held Sunday with 0 m
afternoon and evening c n
ram will soon be made Ki w 1'
1 handler, who recently d
operation for appendicitis is
(Ciintliiui'd 011 page 8)