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itlUi IJUKLINGTOiN Viuwu I'KMSS AND TIAlbh: mUKSDAY, JAM U Alt V 14. 1SJ15.
Mi' Mill Mrs W
f ti 1 11 1 h of n baby
f-etttenK lit and a
let id In n oliiiti- mutt
istnto nf Nellie
ilii ivi' tvclc etl
Sattirduy In tho
Henry of HurlhiKloii.
tiillor, "ml Mrs.
nf Huston, were
.liihlleo .1 oil 'i".
l-oilis Itusciibi-iKi a
iiiilo Clement. both
married .Saturday by
1 .Hid nt lil office
Miss Ida I'lecnr iiiul Walter I). Ander
son woe niiiiiiid at the napiifi i.imn
makes pure rlood
I l'utir your blood by l.iklmt llniid'
Hirenpailila This medicine him lieen
and Is otlll the people's medicine bc-
lanse or Un rellalile character and Its
wonderful success In the treatment of tho
common diseases and nllincnts scrofula,
eatarrh, rlieiimatlf iti, ilyspep-ila, loss (it
Hint Hied fii'llnRi Kcneml
obituary ' MAN THE
use at i mat u .
I'm It. . ,l,H!v
iitlfiideii . He
! iturdny evenhb; by
I ralier. They were
'i brother and i-lstc-.
Hannah I' '. - '
l( nlav In " i( i.iti i
iiiititbtrtilrlx of Hi, i
llnhaln cf IJurilnm.in
1 1 r".'i i tie if ili If
Mils ilt v was yes
Hi t oppolnUd nil
.1 lie nf MlirK.llet
'I he will "f Ho.'.U
i ir was filed fnr
In i.-i t .
rf II t
i , r II Mtn-v l''leleK r
i tin n annual mi eliin; iMim
.( tii".ini; nifwcrs Well' elect -
I ii I'.iitif nrildent; It. I.
s , i Mi. i; ri. Itenedict,
I, I ' nted States steam-
- will )' moved tu the
mi i.,. i me nfflee will lie in
i. .ittd liy the ollcctnr of In
mii ie and the nther In the room
i. ipml hy the steniiKrapher
'! tnr nf i tistoms.
M nidi ivirwln of Hubbaidton
i ni. iKCd to teach a thlld grade
i' IIO Wheeler school Miss
il t take any other teacher's
.( will In the second
1 i ei ad. In that school, caused
i 'i iiiiher of pupils of that
Mii dii rem were entered
.ft Friday In the estates
Thorpe of Charlotte and
nf Colchester. The will of
Knnian'fca Narthrup of I"s(?N was proved
rind a lowed Dan M. Johnson was np-
trlx. C C Adams and 11.
were appointed commls-
or Ma. id
T'milv Si ah
r i r t r i ,r
do, un 'S heme prcpaied for the
JVui-ci tirit nf 1'hlttenden county court,
IV Ii h wi'l ronvene March n. January
nn tl . lasl iay In bos-fltt piihllcation
v ii 'ises The last day for nntin
' 'rial is IVhruary and the
( lsslKiied for trial 1 'eln iini-v
i ln II in Ii term will pt-ohnblv be a
i ' P rill It Is lint . et known
(1 v " preside.
Iir I'ii'h rl
milk fls th r 1
In mr rlppb
l.nvett nf Huston "111
s.l in Vermont tn pri -ll
e'lSI'S rexttttltiK ll"ii'
mvrlltl. Midi-:- Hie St.it himnl -r
I' ate i. bo ill il in Mont, ii In t un that (lav
1 (i n o cf Suttd.iv a- i- iitci.-nty tn
r .in i .ii i 111 il I'liysi-
, - w.. ,.
mi r in. ,
f . rim, I I
f '' :. has
l .id , lie ! the
on Ileal colU'Re 111
iieen elected elty
f of M le'hes-ter, X. TI.. his home
1 I'att' e wan mie of nine eandl-
iuls In ItnrllnKloii "111 rnncntttilnte
i m on hii ..iiieress Or. P.ittee oiened an
illler at Manchester last fall. II,. will re-
i salar -if 51,i;".i per cnr ns eitj'
Siii mii ,m,, I ile. rei were enured
)i -il i l nro ate nnrt n t ie i-vinteM
.1 in dreiiin nf i 'nleliester "ind t'leern
i I'fi U of 11111111111-?. .Inlin .1. Fljiut
id I. M Killlp wi re nppninled coni
i(r and appiaisers in the estalr
I. I " i n nf llnrllnctnn. K. 1'.
I' i n l .ipnnlitid eNe.MHor nf the es
uti r Iiu i j; llaxen Little nf IhirllnKton
r K ('.irpenUr was .appnlnted admin-
sliattix of the estate ,f Jane Williams
i I'lX'-otl , with V. II. .Me.SVII and
nhi T Sp ar conimisslnner?
i Hivnr s ll t s were entered in Chit-
hi n oi.ifv ennrt Tuesday. The first
i- 'lull of r;, ,ir( i:. Sheparil vs. Mabel
i' Sin .aid Hie fmniernf IiiirlliiKtini
i ' ii Itir in iw nut of the State. The
. i . ( f- 'li. (imple were married
'n . ri.'inds set up ate intol
i 1 v, t adultery .md dcKertion. The
il i 'i that nf Kdlih Frances
Oil - i nb.s .1. Fieldlni-', the for
iiii i I" I- ii kti.n and the latter now out
i S a' i In Minimis allesed are In
ni ,ii. s fi t neglect and refual to
.ilel ib -i-i'thin.
I In in
in ft ( llniui i
ineetinu ni tie; Crystal
niilpai v wns held Tiles-
tin' 1 ,e f.i'luv I i: dnei tors' wele
' o I Wnoil r.v. .1. M. Claike,
I W i i: " Woodbury and
Wnmlbiii ind. The company this
' 1 ' .e.ue ti c lawst business
h ' i 'Mth viiy . allsfactiiry n-
Ifl 'lent manager. M. J
elieted with Philip A
i-laiit tiiniHiKer Miss
was elected assistant
i d Henry .1. lliay super
f tin laanuf.ieturlnt: depnrt-
I tc Tl
.1 in s
V lb. ,i.
o. i I m' I
fi i of lb
lie 'I 111'
r -o v- i d
.Sal s.ipal Ilia has In en
forty years, tlet II to-dny.
The iltst meeting or the creditor-- of
the II. J. Thomas (italn. (irn.ciy and
Meat (oinp.mv Was In Id Saturday bo
nne iieieree ill iiatiKrupl. y J. I . i-iiiarns. j
There was no oppdsliliiu In the appoint-,
ni"iit of a referee, and Thomas Hooves: I
wan elected to thai oftlce. Ills bond was i
lixed ut J.I.'Oi. , laice number of I
creditors were present, also attorneys
who repicsent'd creditors fu ease there
Is 'L contest to the selection of a referee
It requires a majority of eredltots In
number and aiimunt of elalniH repre
sented to elect hut no iimtcst appeared.
The assets In tin ense are somethltiK
mer fl.COii. In all Micro are creditors.
The llrst nieetliiK of the creditor, of
K. II. Ininlls was also held before the
teferee Saturday. No credlturs appeared
and there was no appointment of trustee.
Tho public Installation of tho recently
elected officers of Champlaln Valley
Grange, No. -HXi, Patrons of HusKindry,
was larpely nttended Saturday evening
In Knights of Pythias hall. Willis N.
Cady, muster of the Suite Cirange, In
stalled tho olflcers for the ensuing year
as follows: Master. Ii. W. f'lowley; over
seer. Harry D.inbrnok; lecturer, Mrs.
Fred Howes, secretary, Mt. F A Drew;
steward, Carl I!arstow, ns.-lstant steward.
O. N. Clements, treasurer, Charles Har
rington, gate-lieepei, C. K. Isham, Ceres,
yivn. K. W. Chwlcy, Pomona, Mrs. John
Stewart; Flora, Mrs. Carl Haratow, lady
assistant steward. Miss Miry Cooney.
chaplain li. O. Heynolds. Ijtnnoln
Mcrrlhew. the retiring master, was pre
sented with a past master's lewel by
Mr. Cady in behalf of the members of
Champlaln Valley Uratige. Following the
Installation a banquet was served
A liearn,-; In the Harriet r Peck
estate was held at the probate office
Saturday on the question of the allow
.nee of tin executor's account, also on
the lU'slion .IS to whether specific
lega.-ns to legatees mentioned In tin
will should be (listrlliiil. .1 tmw. The
heating was completed and tlf matter
Is ill the hands of the eomt A O.
Whlttemore uppoarr ,1 for tin Home for
Aged Women, Mn N Powell for the
riaybs NIc.hoU estate, V. A. Hullard and
William Odlln for the Jed P. Clark fam
ily and ft. I-:. liiiavn for the adminls
tiator de bonis non. with the will
aiiiieed. Some nine ago Judge Mnciimher
apiiointed Dr. I), c. Haw Icy adinlnlstrator
de bonhi lion, cum ti stiimento In this
estate but an appeal imin tin appoint
ment was take by Williau Odlln. The
.curl then appointnl Dr. Il.iw-ley special
adnilnlstratoi-. The apjieal bus In ii with
drawn and the oilvlnn! uiipnintr. le
stored to offlee
Mr, Ci. IV. Mtiltll.cn.
I Tile funeral of Jlri, (Suy W. Miilllken,
inl-metly of this city, who died shortly,
I tiller inldiitghl Sunday at Montpellei,1
was held Tiiesdn.' motnlng al nine o'clock j
at St. Mary's ('athcdial. Mis. Mulli-,
In n had been 111 with Infantile paralysis
since Saturday, January 'J, after helm; 1
Injured New Vent's day while sliding'
with her children. She was critically III
from the statt, and a strict iiiarniitlin'
was placed upon the homo by Dr. 1. II, ,
Parmenter of Montpeller, who called Dr.
11. A. I.add of the Slate laboratory and
Dr. II. W. Sablu oT lluillngtnn In coun
sel. The disease seemed In ue confined
Ito the muscles of the throat and from
the Hrst then was hut llltle imoiitag'-
inent given Un. mcnibciH of her faitilb
Mrs. Miilllken was l.'i vears of age. h
maiden name, being Kathleen Keimiil.v.
Sho Is survived hy In r husband and
three children, William, aged seven, Uob
ert. slv, and Philip, four; by two sla
ters, Anna K. Kennedy of Troy. N. Y..
and Mrs. Paul D. Kelley mf Hurtlngliin;
Ihrc'i brotheis, William and
Kitincdy of Troy, K. Y. and
ICeiinedv of Mlddleb'liy. Mia.
was ii-iari led to Mr. Mnlllken
I'hey went to Montp- ib r to live
PRIZE WINNER II
1 1 mil Inuri. friim inigr nne.
I In l!",.
llri, llenrr W. llilllncU.
Mrs. Henry W. Hnllock did! suddenly
Tuesday night about eleven o'clock at
her home at 2i Smith Wlllanl lreet. Mrs.
Ilullnck attenddl the meeting of the
New Hngl.-ind Order of Piotectlon.
was taken 111 on the way home and expired
soon after her arrival ficalh being due
to acute dilatation of the In ait
Mrs. Tlnllock leaves her biisbind .ui'lii.ell
lour sons and one daughter: Dr. Slllam
1.. Hullork of Atlantic City, N J.. Uobcrt
H., nenjamin II., and Karl M Hullock,
and Mis? Irene S Hullock of this city.
Mrs Bullock was born In IJ-saex, N. Y..
her maiden name being Mary Elizabeth
! lee. She was married to Mt. Bullock In
Phelburne about 55 years ago. She wac
a member of the Methodist Church of
Shdburne. She was a past warden In
the New England Order of Protection and
also held an ofllce In Antonla Itcbekah
Todge. I. 0. O. F
Mrs. Bullock was a devoted wife and
loving mother, and was highly respected
h.v all who knew her. Her unexpected
death will enme a- a shock to h r lliauv
t rletiil, mid will o.easlnn sincere votn.w-.
al'tir ciiImim and I hi re N pmbably
grenler liilluie on the part of fecdi
at l liN tlm, than at any other. Onn
safe rub loi .uiV fei del- to adhere to Is
to nialo all . Ii.iiikoh In feed very grad-
ual, either in IihiibIiic the kind or
r jiiuantlh . Presumably theie ale tliun'
who will sriv Ihls advice K0, fn.
sonic, but dnis not lit my case as T have
not the funds, but he Is lust the man
thai cannot .iffnid In milk and feci a.
poor cow He should llrst line up his
herd as to their worth and thtui go
over each .-nw. In this way he mav be
ah, to mill mil the poorest inci Alter
a -.i.ir of welshing and testing the milk
ho will hac a better Idea of their abil
ity, but II should be remenihi red that
the llrst Mar' eare and furling Is but
a preliminary and that they will Improvo
more In tin second. The entire charac
ter of a herd changes in from ilvo to
seven eais and It Is possible to ma
terially Increase the average production
in that time without any large outlay,
at the same time Inerca.'-lng the profit
year lv year and the value of the herd.
COW THSTINti ASSOCIATION.
A short dlgi'UtjMnii followed Mi-, Camp-
pitper and questions ailslng wero
feet I nut pi Ices am loo tin' to n I find a
reasonable profit ahoM' cost "f prodilf
lion. We should not think of going out
of tho dairy business for this reason, hut
w should take such wise and concerted
action as will make conditions better.
AVe may bitter eonillllons by decreas
ing the tost of production and should
look to the State agi Icnltiirnl eollegp and
r-.Nperlmi nt station lo show us how to do
We mnv iiI-hi iiiake dairying mine profit
able by Improving marketing conditions. '
The shipment of milk lo large cities 1
jiiuu us nisi rnniiuiii is a i ompnca leu
ipioblem, and while the Huston Chamber I
jnf Commerce and the New England Milk'
Pi i-ducis' Association may be able to
llasslst us In getting a In ttet price for mill;
,M'l Hie puce will prnnuiil In giu'ernrd
by supply ami ileniiiuil and contiaetois
will buy milk as eheiiplv ay dinner" un
willing tn sell II
Fnr the purpose nf glvlnu tb. mill:
contractors mine competition and putting
the fanners In pn-dtlon where they can
have a olce In I lie prtc
Michael Mull llilll.
Michael Miilvlhill of Milton died at
eight n'cloctr Monday night at the Fanny
Allen Hospital, miiow'ing an operation held tin
pcriormcd time unit iimitilng. Ho : aiidleii' Vermont has more cow test
had b. en III about thtee weeks and at , associations than any other Slat- in thu
the hospital ,lnce last "wnk 'I'lievdav, Pnlted States, then- being at nieseiit SI.
county having the most and which
they will take
j for milk, our ereamerle should be di
; velopeil and strength' tied, more butter
made and the sklni milk b. used tn glow
eaUes and pigs.
j mr creameries may u.. dieoprd ' ,
ilmproMng the quality of butter made and I
! finding a market for that butter which'
Iv.lll pa the highest pilce. It is said'
, thai the quality of Vermont 1iuttw has
deteriorated under the present system of!
using farm separators. There Is no doubt I
hut that carelessness In handling rrcnm I
results In a loss tn Vermont farmers an- j
nually of a sum which would make the j
Increase In State expense seem Inslgnlf-
leant In comparison. At very little ex-
nense of time and motiev this toilld be
o1)latc hut farmers sav that It dors
not p.iy them ber.nue under the present
system of en amerv management, good
cicnin and imor cream aie mi"d togeth
er and bilng the same price.
We can only Improve conditions by de- 1
vising a svstem whereby those who par
ticipate In the production and tuanufact- ,
uro of butter, both fanners and creamery
men, may receive a reward for careful
work. As a solution of this problem we
who had died during tho 'hould adopt a brand sateguaroeu in
his opening address he ' legislation and bearing tho seal of the
paid a tribute to tho late president of the .Sta-(' f Vermont, which creameries
association. The secretary' and treasurer complying with regulations prescribed hy
of the association. E. H. Jones of Walts- ' the commissioner of agriculture will be'
Held, submitted his reports, which were I allowed to ue. j
accepted and placed on tile. This repoit 1 D-mif-Irk and Holland have plven their i
contained an aceounl of the fifth annual ' r,nlrv Product, a world-wide reputation
meeting, lull .it P.utland. and clo-ed ' "'c adoption "f a govern
witl, a i'f. reiie.. t the late prudent I '"-nt brand. In till- country the
i State of .MlnlT'SOia lias mm-in-i e
brand and the States of Iowa and s-uitn ,
.inswind by him alter whph the meet
ing wai turned our to th Vermont
State Cow Test association for Its vMxth
annual meeting J. B Candon of Pitts
ford, vice-president of this asoelatlon,
called the meeting to order, taking the
place of the president, T. f5. Bronson of
past year. In
of the association.
T. II. Mora n of
charge nf the cow
this State, guv.- a
which the nsMiclalinns are
Jericho, who has
test association In
talk on the work
of the largo
Dakota are about
merits for the 1l-e
ly as follows:
to lie s i. The requlrc
nf the brand are lirlef-
ST. ANNE'S SOCIETY.
l'reiiurer's lleport Mums llneli ( hnr
ItiiliH' Work during Vrnr.
Al the meeting la-t veiling of St.
Anne's society of the Cathedral, the tol
lowing olflcers Wile ebsteil: Piesldent,
-Mrs. W. J. i';i s'v, ice.pi-i sld. nt. Mrs.
S. E. Curtis: tn .isurer. Mrs. J. J. Cross;
secretary, Mrs. I. W. I'eniiell. The
tiensurer's rep. it for the jmr ending
llf ceiiibi'i- HI. 1911. Is as follows'
i Iiu nit. .1 a n un i
Mr. Miilvlhill was boin In County
Klare, Ireland. ?; years ago and had
lived In this c untry. for nm-t of tin
time at Milton, tor the p.iM i;j years.
He married .Miss Harriett Powell in Mil
ton M years ago, lur (hath occurring ill
irM. He Is survived by two daughters
Ml". E. A llulbnrd of tluV dtv. Mrs.
Allle l.yman of Milton, ami by three
sons. John of Florida. James nf Milton
and Tra of E-sex Center. He ,iso leaves
six grandchild i en.
The n mains were laken Tu
cording to score
T, Cream pas'
'.. ( 're, i in r I
Hal un e
I .".I "0
the funeral wa-
Mrs, l.i-fin T.rhlnne.
Mis. Ruse Richaid. wife
I.eblauc nf Noilh Heinl streit.
day In Wateibuiy, wheie she
fnr the jmst jmr She was born '.;
ii go in ('an, ula .md had lived in
llngtnn fnr about I
vlved by four sons,
and Raymond, all
years. She Is sur-
I. llii, II, Knell, Louis
f this city. The re-1
is doing the urientist work alouir co- b
operathe lines Is Caledonia, with eight
associations. Oi leans is next with Ilvo
and Windsor next with four. There are
.;.n,i-i head of cattle on Vermont farms, ,
of which ii',,i are being propel I tested!
i.y nose associations. J he going price,
in this State is one dollar per load tor
testing and In this way tin tanner Is
able to deterinlin whether or not the
animal Is productive. He should nm be
too hasty to dispose ol her alter the
llrst y. ar. The inrtner to run his farm
on a business basis should keep a set
of bonks as anv goiwl business man does
which would ge hint an idea of what
his product ensts him. Tin speakei j"f Inspis tlon.
reeomtnend. d the open bonk for assncia- cream or mill.
S ore of butter to b, !! nine times i
of twelve at a scoring conducted by
State agricultilnil college.
Score of butter never to 1, beiiiw W.
I'.ictory to score '. or better. '
Farm dairies to score W points no--
arils iirovnli'd by the
nr'ze'l in if ordance
1 must ' swe, t ..no
shall not test mil 2 per i ill. acid.
7. .Veutralb.'-rs not allowed
V When license Is granted list ,' pa
trons mul be tarnished with address.
0. Factory must r.-poit numbers nf
IHinnds manufactured each month.
I'l. Brand tn be used only at factor.-.
11. A representative of the commission
er of agriculture to be allowed access to
the creaniety al any time ft pMrpo'cs
Mipcrvl-lnn nf testing of
-aniple", nr xamlnatlon
mains were brought tn
evening and t In- fun. r.
eight o'clock Mind.i
Joseph's (Inn eh.
tin- clt-. l'i Iday
1 was held .it 1
morning ut SI
would ii 1 1 '
arils or to
, ting ,.f tin Vermont Slate
allh. held Thursday in the
i rttary, Dr C. F. Daltou,
cotisiNtii for tin- most part
i id Allan Calhoun of Mid
iti fa. lory Inspector, wa.s
Shoes and rabbets '.'.V,.7r,
Coal and wood IKi.S."
Relief and enre of sick '.'i.fiO
Sundries, viz., stamp", pos
tals, card tables, music,
cartage, baskets, etc
on hand, January
of clolbliiR (bought), '
of . Inthliig (donaiedl.
A 1 Helen
Christmas baskets given mil, hv
Vegetables given out, m sacks.
.1 1 colli, li lice wllb the in. labels
I in regard to hlr. work. The
si 1 him of Dr c. AV. Pick as health
TI' -1- In Brandon wan received. Ho
is ien health olficer thero for a uum
r of Nc.irs and a resolution accejitlng
is icsignatloii with mgret wns passed
v tlm ni( mhers of the board, who also
ok the opportunity of expressing their
nprc i.itlon of his work at Brandon.
r'li ii M B.ntlotl and E. W. Henry
1 appi luted in probate court Monday
lirun sl Hois of the estate of 1 11 ill! lilll.
11 of 1 nderbi 1 Moses K Chase and 1'.
,-iT"b wei .ippolni'd 1 oninilssloiui ',
11 ' . 1 ra 1 r In the same eslale. E, M.
inr' n and p, MeKIIUp wcie appolnl-
I olnllll ma 1 IS ill tile est. lie of David
I11 P. 1 iln-Mnu I' S. Jackson of
iiiln ami 1. . (Jiilun of rndeihlll
ri ,1 pnlliti I . ollinilssliiiiei s In the cp-
itC nt I lllllon C. Abbott of .I'lli'lio. Set
enunth .md decrees were made In the
tat s of Charles Turner of Milton, Nellie,
eni.v of Burlington, Fannie M. Lewis of
untington and Hannah T. Morgan of
One of th" wagons of the Eha- l.vman
oa" 111 ianv was in eolli-ioii with sum i
I) III l 111 lie ,.iiii.' .".ii'.-i I I'IIPIIIT
and althn gb tin n
done 111 in ami Inns,
- rl'ius ! no . The
1 Aug'i-t.i. I'r.iiuis
1 lliit l'lopi tin- ( It v
lis was being pushed
a locouiotne anil Just iih the coal iiu
ni In the center of tho track tho colli,
on 01 urred. The hoise and waKon w-ere
fhrl ilon? the ralH about two car
n ths riin'l 10 one Bide, Francis bolus
,in 11 to the .toiiiid. The wagon vr
idl 111.1. bi d and the harness was ilain
;ei I". atnls van hurt soiiiewhal but
tor 11 I'd v as m 11 1 m ik 1 1 11 .1 said it was
,11 1 1 ill urn -1 11 111 1 1 . iv
-r.i 1 icn
ut si inornu.a
as - 1 ic (let 1, 'ii '
H'-'O S ' IVI 1
ill wnti rem! 1 'f'-;
II ti r of (mpt ci
'i-i in si'iitrr or AiTi:it.
Th... Spirit ni Wint'i- is with us. mak
ing Us presence known in many dif
ferent ways souiei hues bv ins.ry -un-shlne
and gll-tenlng snows, and .some
times by drlvliu winds and blinding
storms 'I'n mam 1 nb it seems to
take a dellghl In making bad thing
worse, for rheumatism twists harder.
twinges sharper, catarrh becomes more
annoying, and the manv symptoms of
scrofula arc ilevlopisl and aggravated.
There Is not much poetry In this, hub
there Is truth, and It is a wonder that
moro people don't get rid ot the;, ail
ments. Tho mfllclne that ceres them
Hood's Sarsapatilla Is easily obtained
and tin re Is abundant pi-o.it that Its
cures are radical and pennanent (Adv.)
IItIm Murlc ('nniion.
Doris Mnile (ianiinn, daughter nf
and .Mrs. E. .1. Cannon of Richmond,
nmrly of this city, died Sunday morn
ing at the home of lu r grandmother, Mrs.
Noia Fob-v, ni Monroe streit, after 'i
wick's illness with bronchial pneumonia,
ag'd two ve.irs The tuiiei.il w-as held
Monday afternoon at two n'( Im k at St.
Wllliiril 11. Pierce.
WUlni'l M. Pierce, formerly of St. Al
bans, died of pneumonia In Bo.-ton Satur
day morning. Mr. Pierce leives a wife in
Boston, a mother, Mrs. S. A, Pierce, two
sisters, Mrs. Nellie P. Knlokerbocki r
Mrs. John Rushlow of this elty
hurial was 111 St. Uhnns '
morning 111 ll.:in o'clock.
Charles Dockev died early
evening after n In months'
was CI years of age.
some mr; ficjures.
shnim at 111111nl M.ellllg of llllrllug
ton s,hius II1111U,
The ' orpoiatoi s n: He Burlington
Suviiirrs bank hi Id tlu li annual meeting
at th(.lr banking 100m vesietd.ty motii
lng. "nd the follow lug officers were
elected: C. p. Smith, prei-ld' nt; P. W.
Perry, vice-president; ' c. P. Smith,
Wlllard Crane, F. W. Ward, A. C,
Whlttemore. V. W. Perry. E. S. Isham,
W. It. Howe and I..evl P Smith, trustees
The figure!- shown .it the meeting
liidl'.Ue that ill' bank 1 e.nl liiues to grow,
and notwithstanding the illstiiibeil
liii.ri l.il oinlHInns dniiiig 1b' past .'...iv
I In v bad liureasiil lb'n .i-iels ill". I'i7.
1l.it tin I, .id ad, lid t.. surplu-. flCWHT,
I1.11I 'ledlled Interest to depositors din'
ln(; tin ' ai ninriiiniliig to $".T!.";; HI . had
paid to the Hl.lte t.ix.s lo lb. iinn'lllt of
Will of Charles M. Hnll, former head
of Aluminum Compr.ny or America, he
qurtln t5,(KJ,('i to educatlonnl find char
Since tin- beginning
meat in London have
cent . llnnr Ti 1 . , 1 11 nt
of wai pi Ices ol
Increased lli per
. , nal I" lu r cent
Tiki l-'iiiiernls To-imirrnH.
The funeral of Charles Dockev whose
death occurred Tuesday evening, will he
held Trridav morning at 10:::o o'clock at
Ills late homo at 7fi Bank street. Burial
will be in l'ike View cemetery.
The funeral of Mrs. Henry W. Bullock,
whose death occurred Tuesday evening,
will be held Frlilav afternoon at two
o'clock at her lale lioine at '." South
X.N'.VI l, INSTII,!, VI'IONs.
Hamilton Lodge, No. II. I. O. O. I''., held
their annual installation in Odd I". Hows'
hall last evening. At i'.:M0 o'clock a ban
quet was served In banquet hall, tins
lodge meeting opening nt eight. District
Deputy C.raiul Master D. W. Hurlbtirt,
assisted by O, W. Edwards as grand mar
shal, Installed the following oftlcers for
the ensuing year: Noble grand, P L.
Ballnrd vhe-grand. Kenneth Macrae;
s.cretary, R. W. Dunsmooro, treasurer,
E. B. Metcalf. warden, W A. Hauling;
conductor, A A Twiss; chaplain, Ii, S.
Pease, right supporter of the noble ginnd,
N. W. Warner; left supporter of the noble
grand. F. II. Atwood; right supporter ol
the vice. grand. Duncan l-'iaser; left sup
porter of the vice-grand. II. W. Chase;
light ,-renc supirtir. F. A. Bralnerd; left
f-rnne supporter. A. P. Charles. Insldo
guard, W. C. Stone; oiitsldi guard, J. F.
Campbell. Following the Installation
thero were remarks by the grand oflleeri
present and others.
James A. Cailleld 1 lu-le. .No II. Ladles
of the O. A. It Installed th" olllters 1 leet
ed al the 1i111111.1l meeting 011 Dei ciibi r :i
al Hie Knight of IMhla.- hill list even
ing The Inst illmi 1. tin er was John W. (
Boiitwe'l. pnsi ..imnaiider ol Slautin'd
Post. (!. A li . isslstei) l, Mrs Lillian
.oilman in . oiuliu-tiir Tin it wis a large
at. inlaii' the nicnib. 1 - of SI inard I'nsl.
the Sons of Veterans and iiiintal o. (J.
Howard ('in le of Us.- x Juinlloii having
been extended a special invitation There
wore speeches hy Mayor Burke, Mr. Bout
well, Past Department President Mrs. Ida
Prentliis, Past Department President
Sniah Mullieron and the retiring preil
dent, Mis. .Inlin Welheiell. RelreshmonN
wcie set i-d .'liter the liist.illatloii
and i' h t 1
tl. nil. nn e at New
thuw txcui.di.d ut.","1"
a In rd b Per. as Ibis method i
,v fllllllers to see what their
ii" doing and stimulate them
el't'oits to attain higher st.itul
keep the high standing which
attained. Figures on a I irue
( hart at Hie iient of th
1 th" good result ol propel feeding. In
j buying a site th. records of the dam
should be loiikul up as many thorough
'bieds are not e'or.oniical producers. Mr.
IMnran also answered a number of
The meeting was ailjoiirin .1 until 1 :'Vi
o'clock in the afleruoon when the resolu
tion coiumlttee, composed of T. H.
Cntlln of this city, E. H. Jones of Walts
Held and J. I!. Candon of Plttsford,
presented resolutions on the death nf
T. G. Btonsou. who was president of
the Dairy Test association at the time
of lils death A roll call was take,, of
the associations in the different places
of this State .-.nil mi mlu is of the various
inns associations In the dlfterent places
of this Stat., and membeis ol" Hi- various
associations responihd to their names
by telling of the work being accom
plished. Mllcers to seivc nils nssodatinn were
ee ti d for the ensuing year as follows:
President, .1. B Candon of Plttsford;
vice-president, W. II. Partch or New
Haven: si-cretary and tieasun r. E H
Jones of Waltslleld
I lie meeting of 1 1,
snilation. held In the afternoon, was the
largest gathering thus fat. all of the
eh.-iiis being mini and a large number
standing in the back of the. hall The
winners in the butter tetts wen an
nounced as follows-.; Winner of the gold
medal and dairy sweepstakes . up, George
Glbble of Grototi with a score of fiTU;
winner of the ereamuy swi epst.-ikes up.
John Bond of East Montp, lb r with a
S',,11 10 ,,, ii. 1 ne two .Sloles Wire l?o
pear togi ther thai It tool; the judge some
tune to make a decision in favor of
the winner Tin lull score, giving the
r.sult of all entries made, will be drawn
as .soon as possible an, mailed to the
members of the association its Is usual.
The llrst paper of the afternoon was
entitled eMj. Mdimds" and read hy S.
I,. Harris, winner of the gold medal nnd
(he sweepstakes cup In l!'H. In hjs paper
Mr. Hairls gave an Idea of the way he
conducted his cnamery. The Hist and
most ess. nihil part of good butter is
good cp-nm Mr Harris makes it a
point to lake all 1 ream Into his creiiinerv
himself at the weighing 1 an and In tills
wav in . oniuig acquainted with each In
dividual patron. If their cream Is not
In good (ondlllon an upportliiiltv is
given him In this way to talk It over
with the patrons and advise them about
It and the best place to keep It where it
w ill lake up 110 bad orders ,. has
found that the farmers as a rule ate
ready to co-operate In this wav.
"A State Brand for Dairy Product-."
wns the title of a pap, r read bv th"
Hon E S Bilghain id St lb.ins, com.
mlsHoncr o' asrrlculti r, ,, ,( 'ht . .,, t
C(iMMIS.-.O.Vl'R IIRRIIIA.M S Mi.
I'h, iliui-v cows nf Vetnioin ,,,,,, , ,,, 1, I
m.ii- ftoni tlj.ft'VOn to .'O.nuii ii'.l .md m,.
money is dhitrl.,itei t.. t t .ill ,!,,..-. s
nf people ale lieliellled lluiel,. t
While we nm- with ptoili .1, e.M. ,
othi r lints of ai:ri iiltur.il lu ilvin It 1
highly important that the d.-iliy Indtulry
be encouruged because II enubhi, ti in I
keep up the lertlllty of 0111 farms, to
obtain profit fiom our rough pasture
Iambi, and to pu'Vldo productive employ,
incut dining the winter months
The four milk hearings r"ml held
iitnmiiblU 1 In eo-opeiation win, tin. jin-i,,,, cii,,nl.
lirr of toiuniii'i show ti.it 01.1 i.miii 11
Tin- compliance with these reqiilrenn tits
bv a number of mii- .ivani'ib"- would
raise the quality of V. rmont 1. utter to
the highest standard, would add to Its
price in the market and would lead lo
room shorted Mil" development of .1 liealthv competition.
whli Ii milk lontraetors would have to 1
meet and would therefor. Increase the
prosperity or all the daii-Mii. 11 "f Ver
MILK AND ITS ' ' i-'T
Professor Fred Rasnm-si n nf I Ml 1 h.i 111. '
N. II. professor of dairv husbandry In
the New Hampshire College of Agri '
cultuie, got 1 lose to his audience from I
the lirst with his Incline nn "The Rela-
thai of Yield of Milk to Cost "if Prodlie-
lion." His lecture ib lit for the most pa it
with nuiiibeis on a chalt which showed
an eeoiiom.-al c ay of raising 1.001I .attic
nnd their classes. He stated that he had
the greatest cotitldeiice In the future of,
the dairy business In New llampsbltel
and In Vermont and spoke most interest
ingly of the same llin n' business In
Addresses liy KipcrtN troni Wiscon
sin mill rn 1 1 11 ill psli I rr.
Tin eviniitg session was hugely at
tended and those present had oppor
tunity to listen to two instructive
talks, one on "The Special Purpose
Cow" hy Chillies L Hills of Rosen
dale, Wis., president of the American
Guernsey (Tattle club, and the other
on "Dairy Cattle In European Coun
tries,'' illustrated by Fred Rasmus
sen of Durham, N. 11
Mr Hills said that there were di
vers opinions as to what constituted
the special purposo cow but such
could be described as one w bleb from
the time she came Into milk brought
about tin highest ! induction of milk
solids with the least possible cost, re
gal dloss of what pi lei her meat
brought when she was through the
production period. In this connection
Mr. Hills gave many concrete Illus
trations of the difference between the
dual purpose cow and the dairy cow.
Dairymen should realize in buying
stock that the dairy cow Is exactly
opposite the dual purpose type and
vice versa. He should also realize
that every bit of beef blood N dam
aging to the dairy cow ns every bit
of beef steer h'ood Is detrinient.il to
the dairy cow Those who arc In the
beef killing- business are quicker to
realize this limn the dnlr. men Mr.
Hills implored the dairymen nm to
sacilllce those qualities which mean
sin much to him tor the purpose of
getting more beef from the cow nt the
end of her llfo time. The cow- should
be ltept for the purpose of getting
from her the latest .imouiu of fonil
im iiuui.-iii cousiiiujii inn ai tu' le.i.st
expi use The speak.' ridiculed tl,,.
notion, which too t rcqu.titlv tnexails
'thai si-li .tl.'ii of Mock Is guided In
'certain "points." Il said let the
! breed' is fool with the fun, points.
I and the dalrvnieit look for g is.
I"'- I nm in a 1 .iw . see that sin- js an
cas tiulkei, an 11. Id, r c,. attached
to hel l.nih. etc l, buying II llilll til"
1 minium of yenily product Ion of but.
tir tat by his aiicestiu s Is of mino
importance than many of his so-called
"pnlnti-.. ' In buying a bull, the speak
er said, the would-ho purchaser should
see the daughters and becoino con
vlnceil of their dairy worth and select
an n 11 1 11 1 11 1 four, live 01 six mmi-h old,
If il were Possible to establish the
v.tl'i .a hi 1 iv II d. ploied
7 he Old "Bee Htbe
JANUAKY 14, 1915
The Chances To Save on Handsome
Are such that no one who anticipates buying
Rugs during the coming spring season can af
ford to neglect the opportunities offered dur
ing this January Sale.
$32.50 RIHJS, SIS.7oEiKlit Hurlford Axminstcr Ruga,
5)xl2 ft. size, choice patterns.
25.00 RUGS, $1 1.980x12 ft. Axminster Rurh in excep
tionally good patterns, all perfect and a very remarkable nip
for the money.
S:!2.r0 UniS. 82 .!S Ux2 ft. Hody lirussels Uups, all
new patterns and a rtiy that gives exceptional service.
$27.50 AXMINSTER RHiS, S 18.75 These are the best
quality 9x12 ft. Axminster Rugs, all perfect but dropped pat
terns, splendid rugs at a very low price.
.57.50 WILTON RUGS, .$.'52.50 It's only during these
sales that choice Wilton Rugs can be bought for less than their
regular low price, .$.'57.50. We offer very handsome patterns
in the 9x12 ft. size at, 932.50.
$55.00 HARTFORD SAXONY RUGS $.'59.00 About 20
Rugs of the famous Hartford Saxony manufacture are marked
for clearance at $"9.00, all 9x12 ft. sizes and very choice in pat
tern and color.
The Best Time of the Yea r To Buy
AT 8c EA., VALUE 12 1-2c Part Linen Guest Towels,
size 14x18, a particularly good towel for dentists and
AT 9c EA., $1.00 PER DOZ. Cotton Huckabuc Towels,
size 18x36, value 12 l-2c each.
ALL LINEN TOWELS 12 1.2c. VALUE 19c This is one
of the best values in this sale, all linen, good weight, size 1(5x29,
worth 19c each.
LINEN GUEST TOWELS 17c EA.. $2.00 PER DOZ. All
linen and hemmed and scalloped ends.
AT 19c EA.. VALUE .'55c A large variety of towels, in
cluding hemmed, fringed and scalloped towels, average size 18
x3G, all 25c and 35c values, very fine selection, 19c each. S2.25
LINEN TOWELS 25c. VALUE 35c Extra Heavy Linen
Huckabuc Towels, hemstitched ends, size 20x36.
LINEN TOWELS 35c, 3 FOR $1.00 German Huckabuc
Towels, all linen, very thick and absorbent, hemstitched ends.
AT 12 l-2c EACH. VALUE 19c Extra Heavy Turkish
Hath Towels with hemmed ends, size 18x36.
AT 19c, VALUE 25c Hemmed Turkish Hath Towels, size
21x42, regular 25c value.
AT 21c EACH. VALUE 25c Athletic P.ath Towels, extra
heavy friction towel, size 20x40.
AT 25c EACH. VALUE 35c Extra large heavy Turkish ,
P.ath lowels. size 22x18. a very special value.
AT 35c EACH, VALUE 50c Heavy White TurkiMi Bath
Towels, extra large size, 25x50, always sold at 50c.
AT 9Sc EACH. VALUE $1.35 Heavy Crochetted Bed
spreads, full size and a splendid value.
FRINGED SPREADS $1.19. VALUE S1.50 Full size
Fringed Spreads with cut corners.
HEMMED SPREADS SI. 75. VALUE SW25 Heavy
weight and full bed size.
$2.50 AND $2.75 SPREADS $1.98 A large lot of Crochet
ted Spreads in the hemmed and fringed styles, cut corners.
MARSEILLES SPREADS $2.75 AND $3.89 Two large
lots of genuine Marseilles Bedspreads, full bed and th'-ee-quar-ter
bed sizes, very attractive designs, worth up to $5.00.
January Sale oj Long Cloth and
AT 9Sc PER PIECE. VALUE $1.45 Ten yards to a piece,
3(5 inches wide, soft chamois finish.
AT $1.19 PER PIECE, VALUE $1.50 This is our special
$1.50 value. 12 yards to a piece, soft finish and excellent qual
ity. AT $1.50 PER PIECE, VALUE $2.00 The King Phillip
Long Cloth, extra fine quality and the best $2.00 value we know
of 12 yards to a piece.
AT $1.9$ PER PIECE. VALUE $2.7.1 Twelve yards to a
piece, 40 inches wide and a beautiful quality.
$2.00 PIECE MADEIRA NAINSOOK, $1.48 PER PIECE
Ten yards to a piece and an exceptionally fine quality.
the early death of cood bulls whose
erellence hiiH not been established
until after death.
I'mfcsmr Unsmtisen cave an interest
ing lectin on the cattle of Kuriipcan
countries, hi KnowledKe helm; ilerhtil
fiom a trip to Switzerland lift Minuner.
when he ninitil,il the Interna tion.il dairy
conarchs lie told ot the famous breeds
of Svwuerlai.il. Itavarla. Holland and
Denmark In tlun-e muntllcs the dual
type .s 1'iilcrred win re a wood ituantitv
of milk i.s ile.-licd In addition to couidd
erahle be. f Some pieterred cattle for a
triple iU!"'m. is In addition to Mn milk
and beef nu.illtlcs- the cattle of both te.en
were used to do work about the larin In
draw-Ins loads. In commenting on the
dalrlfd of Switzerland 'vhete chcc-.e n
prodnieil In .I'niiid.im c. iv- remarked that
the Swlsi wet. un.-(lilt. 111 ill llollHIIlK
condition.- ,'i"v,.liil but the m. t that the
product w.i- .if pun a- It wan wai. in.
, .ins. iiillk w.i-. taken lo the faetoi) twie.
iM'D d.i Tin l.nnici.- i In re own their
chech" i'i'ioi-li and rent tliciu to tin
i hee.ic m,ikei rrofi-HM" IbiMinn.-'en had
mini, in s.n i',oni Un .iki'I ul t 'i in 1 i ill-
icpci ol l "niii. l i.. i.ri.'i n. if. in ..ne
MafK mad' w a il'-rt'i I pi'.Ktis-i In I ill
Hie expot I ilion "'' livsloi It a. id llv.
.-.toe) pt'odiii lloim from Denmark, which
In only about half as larce ns.ilu as V, r
iiiont, .innninteil to f I.'IT.IiiUiV.
More of Hie pi, till i'H of the Stat. board
of .healtlivveieKlven afterthe lecture.-. One
showed tho methods of ilalryliiK at the
Uikowoml tin ins. which hiippIIch the milk
lor Untile i'l eels s.llilt.'il luin. The others
showed tin talur of human llvi - innsld
iicd lio'll tie .-.laildpoliil of tie ,-al, of
patented cure for consumption nnd the le.
velopment of thi lly from the ozk
The awards for the l-at exhibits ol
butter, a JC5 loving cup In each of two
classi-s, creamery and dairy butter, tvero
announced In the afti rnoop.
The M-ulo of points in Judj-inK butter
weic. riavor. ,Vi; tnxtiiro and Kra'n, IT.,
color. 1,', M,iHlnu. lo. Kciicral app. aranei',
5 Tin .-amnio of dairy butter Mlhrnit
led by (ieOfKi liehble of t,roton, wlic
scored '.'T1. points, won Him award Ir,
this case the .--ep.ir.itor was tin. DeLnvn'l
cnloi. Wells HU'h.tnlfon: salt, Wop
'cMcr The points scored wire 1'lavoi
tT... Brain, color, lo. -sal tint;, 10; sren
eral appearance. R. The award fof
cre;imerv butter was won by Job" non I
of l-it Montpoller, He s-iore.1 X'i
point" 1'iiltid States S'l'.irator va
used, Wot. -osier silt nnd w'l.- nit'
aiilmn o!oi Th. -mint s-ored w iv
I'luvni. I7i, '-.rain. color 10 stlHti
le s.ii.-ral a-lipcitMlice, Ti I'l,' we i
'1 -ample.-, of butter In till
Itm two exhibits of f im,. t ' -.
wit., shown, both In I'ahp. i Vi-uthe
of New I la veil. i'ln ti- in
ihei-M e.ti h scored ""i polni-
i.ii'i: iN-.ru wrr, nnrt si;ii.
Kver notice how cluH'l lif. .- i i
esunilinus look lot .vllllltc'lnh ol l.n
dlsi ascs? They do o hec.ins, w-i al,
Itldneys lead to maijy forms of 1
llfcshortenltiR afflictions. If yoi
any symptoms like pnin in tho back fi
tiueiit, wiiniy oi painful action, llr
feellm: ai hes and pain-. Srt V'olev Kid
im I'lll.i to ,i,o J o Sulilvan ..VvlM,