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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS AND TIMES: THURSDAY, MAY 1, 1019.
7 HAPPENINGS IN VERMONT; THE NEWS BY COUNTIES ' Addison County MIDDLEBURY Henry F, Joy died at four o'clock Thursday morning from enncer, nftcr n Jong Illness nnd great suffering. Mr. Joy Was about CO years of age, a natlvo of Ballsbury, and had lived In Mlddlcbury ftbout 27 years. In the earlier part of his resldcnco hero ho was for somo yoars bookkeeper for tho old Arm of Smith & Allen lumber manufacturers. Later ho went Into business for himself and for about 20 years was successfully engaged In tho clothing, men's rurnlshlng nnd ihoo trndos on Main street. Mr. .Joy's Illness began nbout two years ago nnd his condition became worso very grad ually. It was for only a few months paBt that he was unablo to attend to his business. About two months ago ho mar ried Miss Elizabeth Noland of Middle bury, who survives him; also his step father, David LaMorder; and two half brothers, John and William LaMorder, who livn In Connecticut and Massachu setts Mr. Joy was a member of tho va rious Masonic bodies in town. The fu neral was held at his late homo nt two o'clock Saturday afternoon, conducted by the Itev. a. M. Moody, tho Methodist pas tor, and tho Interment was In tho West cemetery of this village. Mrs. J. Hebcrt Howe of Urldport Is here taking cans of her ulster, Mrs. A. W. Wilcox, who Is 111. An other sister. Mrs. J. II. Fletcher, who had In. here for some time with Mrs. Wil son, has returned to Bridport.Tho Itev. Robert Taylor, who for two years, has been preaching variously at Hast Mlddlc bury, Itlpton and Whiting, has accepted a call to the pastorate of tho Methodist Episcopal Church In l'lttsford and ex pects to begin his administration there Sunday, May 4. Mr. Taylor will In the meanwhile complete his course at Middle bury Collego during the piesent school year. Miss Hope Hillings of Brldport is here to spend a week with her mother, Mrs. Ada Hillings. About 25 of the members of Lako Dunmore Lodge No. 11, I. O. O. 1 and of Arrowana Itebeckah Lodge went by nuto to Bristol Monday and nttended the order by tho Bristol lodge. Gor ham Brothers, who recently purchased the old Severanco house on Weybrldno street, have a gang of men at work putting it Into tlrst class condition. Monday, market day, eggs brought from 40 to 45 cents and dairy hutter BO tor nftcr having passed a few days' va cation hero nt tho homo of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Benson. Mrs. Ella Wright has returned to Burlington after a few days' visit at her former homo hero with relatives nnd friends. Mr. and Mrs. I!. L. Benjamin aro in North I'oultney for a couple of weeks' stay at tho homo of Mrs. Benjamin's par ents, Mr. nnd Mrs. William Davis. Tho Misses Nelllo nnd l'olly Seymour of Manchester, N. II., are In town to mnko a two weeks' visit with school friends. Thomas Corvln, business mnnagcr hero for tho Rendering company, who has boon very ill for several days witn pnoumonla, is roportcd to bo BOino whnt Improved. The doferrcd address of l'rof. Charles V. Abbott on tho sub ject of tho Primary Laws, 'before tho local Suffrago Study club, will bo given In tho rooms of tho Sigma Kappa Sor rority on Teusday evening, May 13. Mrs. Ceylon Eddy, who has been qulto 111 for a week past at hor home In tho east part of tho town, Is reported to ho decidedly on the gain. Hor mother, Mrs. John M. Bosley, Is with her. Dacon and Mrs. It. S. Benedict of tho Memorial Baptist Church, who arc to leave this week for their now home In l'roctor, were given a farewell reception In the church parlors Monday evening at Bcven o'clock. A dinner was served, tho tables being decorated with Mowers. A social hour was enjoyed. There was n good attendance of members nnd friends, who greeted them and wished them the best of everything in their new field of life. They were presented with a cas- serolo by tho pastor of the church, the Itev. Hoy 15. Whlttlmore from tho congre gation in somo very appropriate remarks, to which tho recipients responded. Mr. Benedict has been tho treasurer of tho church for 2.1 yearn and a deacon nearly as many. Marshal T., But tcrfleld and family aro moving from the Barrows house on 121m street to the Lawrence house on Main street. Mr. nnd Mrs. 15. II. Bruya of South street this vil lage have received word that their son, Raymond Bruya, who has been serving with Battery B, 302nd field artillery, over seas, that ho has arrived saieiy in mo United States, and that he Is at Camp Devens. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Douglas have received word that their son. Pletcher P. Douglas, has arrived from Franco and Is a member of Company A, 101st ammuni tion train, 2Cth division. Ho expects to be discharged soon. Mr. and Mrs. Bay Fish er aro parents of a daughter. Mrs. II. S. llolbrook has received word from hor lo Oa ana creamery uulu-i ui .um.r, ... ..i i Theron W. Crane, who hns been in town n. Stewart, who has been serUng in for a few days to visit his brother, Fred C. Crane, returned Monday to Worces ter, Mass., accompanied by his brother who will to-day go to Boston. Ho Is to undergo a delicate operation at one of tho Boston hospitals somo day this week. Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Sever ance and their Ave young children of Rome, N. Y., are in town and will re main hero for the coming year if Mr. Severance succeeds in making somo de sired business arrangements. Mrs. Wil liam H. Morcombo, Sr., of AddlBon has returned home after passing a week hero at tho homo of her son, Gcorgo Morcombo. Her daughter-in-law, Mrs. William H. Morcombo, Jr., of Burling ton also Is hero vlsltine; relatives. Isaac N. Bartlett, county agricultural agent, and Ralph Elliott, manager of the Farmers' County Exchange, have returned from Vorgennes and other Places In tho northern part of the county, where they have been at work In the Interest of tholr respective or eanlzatlons. Miss Maud Benson hns re turned to resume her position in Proc- a Word Advertising In this column one cent a word each in sertion. Copy may be changed every week. Cash In advance required. No advertisement taken which is less than 12 words, two lines. Special terms to ad vertisers using from 250 to 1,000 lines within 12 con secutive months. HELP WANTED GOVERNMENT CLERKS, lnternnl rovenup, consus, railway mail (men and women) needed now. Write reKarclhiK "Lunslr System"! thorough training; Intensn coaching ; entire cunt $11.00. Amerlean Institute 'at Civil Hervlce, Continental Bid?., Washington, T. C. 4B,w,3l. WANTED WANTBD. for Hummer month", house on Isle La Motte, Grand Idle or northern part of Lake Champlaln; not less than flvo bed-rooms. Apply, divine all particulars, to Chas. Johnson, 300 Crosvennr Ave., Westmont, Montreal. 99,0t,w,lt. FOR SALE THREE! FRONT WHEELS to a Ford car for sale at half prloo. v. V. Farr, Rur llnKton, Vt. lOl.flt.w.lt. POMESTICATED WILD MALLARD DUCKS BOOB, fl.BO per settlnu. Chas. Orcutt, Bristol, Vt. 42,w,7t. AUTOMOBILES FOR HALE Three Ford touring cars, one Ford runabout, two Ford trucks, all In ood condition. Thomas W, Fltzpatrlcli, 02 Rlssell St. 1(11. (It, w, It. FARMS FOR SALE. 10-ACRB VILLAGE) FARM for sale, 51,100 cash reqi'lrec, balance on eaiy terms. D, 8. Ralph, Warren. Vt. 74,0t.w,4t. FRANK S. LANOU & SON Practical Plumber nnd Slenm Fitters Next North Ilarltnicton Navtnics Hank TO St. Paul Street Dnrllncton Veterinary ITospltal 7S Pine SL, Burlington. Vt. Veterinary Surgeon and Physician. Graduate Orand Rapids veterinary College, 1908. LateBt equipment for all animal surgery. Including equine and canine operating tub lea. '1'tion 101. Farms For Sate Farms oi all teea nnd all price, .Write wi the size you aro looking for and amount you want to pay down, we Will Benci you complete description ol what we have by return mall. Uattcry D, 303rd artillery overseas, stat Ing that ho had arrived at Camp Devens. Members of the Addison County bheep Growers' association and all sheep growers of the county Interested In ship ping their wool In the association pool aro cordially Invited by Mr. Hammond, suiicrlntendont of tho United States government farm, to moot at tho farm Saturday afternoon. F. It. Marshall, sen ior animal husbandman, Washington, I). C, who has charge of sheep In vestigational work throughout the United States will speak to tho association on present conditions of the sheep Industry nnd its future outlook. Many have met Mr. Marshall and know of his wide ex perience with sheep. Ho Is very much In favor of the growers marketing their own clip. He will speak of the success which growers of other sections have ex perienced In their co-operative market ing on a pooling basis. S. It. Witherell of Shoreham, president of tho local as sociation ,wlll presido at the meeting. Since tho organization meeting at Shore ham tho directors and committeemen have been busy securing members and getting pledges for the pool. Latest re ports from the secretary. It. M. Osborne, lato that over 10 members have been se cured, giving over a carload of wool al ready for a starter. At the Saturday meeting the directors will discuss with o members In detail, arrangements for marketing, nnd agreo upon a market If t Is deemed wise. Below Is list of com 'tteemen in chnrgo of the campaign r membership in each town: Addison, N. Warner; Bristol, Charles Gove; Urldport, A. J. S. Dukett; Cornwall, Henry Jnmcs; Leicester, Carl Barker; New Haven, Charles Wright; Salisbury, Gcorgo Galvln; Waltham, W. H. Jack man; Whiting, C. O. Church; Mlddlcbury, Frank Preston; I'anton, Wright Hoyt; Shoreham, ltrthur Delano; Weybridge, Elmer Cowles. President S. It. Witherell says ho hopes for a good turn out of sheep men from Mlddlcbury, Cornwall and ur rounding locality, Tho southern end of tho county is strong behind the associa tion and after the meeting Saturday It Is expected the samo may bo said of tho northern end of tho county. Miss Helen Clark has returned from Vcrgennes after spending a few days at tho home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter 13. Clark. Michael J, Cronln of Montpeller, formerly of Mlddlebury, Is In this section on a round of visits to former friends here and in Shoreham and Orwell. Word has been received from tho Fanny Allen hospital that John Slgnor was operated upon at that Institution Monday for appendicitis and that ho Is doing as well as can bu expected. Phillip Crane Is 111. Tho Now Havens Mills Improve ment socloty will hold a social followed by a masquerade ball, In the Lampson school ho'iso this evening, to which all aro invited. The proceeds are for tho benefit of tho society. Tho civics depart ment of the Women's club held a well attended meeting in tho Sigma Kappa rooms Wednesday afternoon. A very nlco program wa,s carried out and Miss Fuller was present and gavo a demonstration of salad sandwlchea and hot weather menus. Mr. and Mrs. William H. Thomas, who havo spent tho winter In Florida, have returned and commenced extensive re pairs on tho interior of their homo on Pleasant street. Charles P. Smith Is 111. Postmaster Allen T. Calhoun and wlfo havo returned from Boston, where they havo spent a week. Mr. nnd Mrs. II. W. Abbott of Mcslna, N. V., are In town to visit her mother, Mrs. Plorce. Tho Sun day school of the Methodist Church of this village will hold a homo-mado candy salo at tho Marshall store Friday after noon. Tho procecdn are for tho boncllt of tho Sunday school. Mr. and Mrs. John A. Clason of Haverhill, Mass., are In town to spend a couplo of weeks. Mrs. Joseph Avery of Hartford, Conn., who has bocn staying hero for several weeks at tho homo of her mother, Mrs. Joseph Kolloy, has gono to Vergennes for n further visit with Mr. nnd Mrs. L. 13. Avory, Henry Wilson, a former resident, who bus been living for sevcrnl years at Malono, N, Y is hero to visit his family. Mrs. B. C. Ingnlls of Wnllingford Is bore assisting to take care of her brothor, Charles I'. Smith, who Is 111. Stanley Hose, who has chnrgo of the nxpresB delivery buslnoss hero nnd who has recently been afflicted with tho mumps, has recovered and ro humod attention to his business, Mr, and Mrs. Elwlti Smith have returned from Cuttlngsvllle, whero they hnvo been for several days, guests of Mr, and Mrs. E. O, Aldrlch. Mr, and Mrs. Alson T, Coburg nnd their daughter. Miss Dora Coburg, of Mllford, Conn., ore visiting In town. A- R. DAY KI5AL U STATU AGUNtit. Cambridge, Vb VERGENNES The Frlondly Whist club has presented Scth Warner Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, with 15 for the to tho Vorgennes boys who served In tho war. Company D, First Vermont Volun teer Militia, which rocontly disbanded, contributed tho balance In Its treasury, $1.10, for tho fund, making n total now subscribed to tho fund of $103. fix Mayor nnd Mrs. Walter W. Bristol havo returned from Boston, whero they wit nessed tho parade Friday of tho 20th Division. Llcu, Wyman A. Bristol, son of Mr. and Mrs. .Carlton J3. Bristol of Vcrgennes, who hns been at camp Cus ter, Mich., ban been transferred to tho omccrs' club at Camp Merrltt, N, J. Miss Helen Adams has returned to Now York city after n visit to her mother, Mrs. Annctto Adams. 13. II. Stewart of Plattsburgh, N. Y., Is acting as night operator nt tho station during tho nbsonco of tho rogular operator, John Hayes, who has gono to Boston to pur chase n carload of western horses, which Burlington ho will ship to Vcrgennes. Clifford ltus- sott has returned from Bradentown, Fla., whero ho passed tho winter. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Bishop of Itensselacr, N. Y are visiting her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur Itlngor. S. D. Miner, who has been visiting his son, PIcrro A. Miner of Erie, Pa,, Is now visiting another son, B, F. Miner, of Wlnchostor, Mass. Mrs. Adollno Fluett of Springfield, Mass., la visiting her Bister, Mrs. John L. Dolg neault. Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Wells, who havo been residing In Vcrgennes for n number of months, part of tho time Dr. Wells being In charge of tho dental ofHoo of Dr. Charles H. Cole, havo gono to their old home In Westboro, MaBS. Dr. nnd Mrs. Wetls contemplate returning to Vermont In tho near future to make their permanent home. Mr, and Mrs. William It. Sessions have rented tho rooms In tho resldcnco of Dr. F. C. Thclps, lately vacatod by Mrs. Bernlo Nichols. Mr. Sessions' Is tho manager of tho local A. P. store. Mrs. John Donovan', who has been receiving treatment at tho Fanny Allen hospital, has returned to her home In West Ferrlsburg. Local fishermen report a good catch of pouts In Otter and Dead creeks. Capt. and Mrs. Robert W. McCucn have returned to their homo hero after a visit to relatives and friends In New Tork nnd Boston. Captain McCuen, who was on active duty with the 4th Division, regular army headquarters, with tho American Expeditionary Forces, nine months In Franco and Germany, ,re tunicd In March to the United States on account of the Illness of his father nnd recently has received a temporary dis charge from the U. S. nrmy at Camp Dlx', N. Y. Captain McCuen's plans for the future aro not definitely decided upon, but he will remain at his homo hero for tho present and expects to resume his profession, the practice of law, In the near future. Tho Queen Esther Circle of tho Ver gcnncs Methodist Episcopal Church held a social Wednesday evening In tho church parlors. R. M. Ryan and daugh ter, Mary, and sister, Miss Nellie Ryan of Orwell, visited their brothers, J. W. and D. ID. Ryan, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. William R. Session spent Sunday In Bur lington. Vergennes went over the top on the Victory Liberty Loan Saturday. Miss Eleanor Folsom, who has been 111 at her home In North Ferrlsburg, has recovered and has resumed her duties ns teacher In the Vcrgennes school. Miss Edith Cham berlain spent the week-end In Bennington with her mother. Mrs. Josephine Avery of New Haven, Conn., nnd mother, Mrs. Jano Kellcy of Mlddlcbury, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lucius E. Avery. Mrs. Bert Parker has returned from Camp Dovens, where sho visited her son, KODert Tarkcr, who recently returned from overseas' service in Franco. Charles Tredo, Sr., who Is employed In Burlington spent tho week-end at his homo hero. There wilt bo a May dance at City Hall Thursday evening. Calhoun's four piece orchestra of Mlddlebury wlllj. furnish music Miss Catherine Garno has gono for an extended stay at Lako Placid, N. Y. County Agent I. N. Bartlett and Exchange Manager Ralph A. Elliott wore In town Saturday on business for tho Addison County nsso. elation. Tho Elgin Creamery company of Addi son recently made ono shipment of but ter, a total of 2,700 pounds. Lester Brown has returned from tho Mary Flotchcr hospital, where ho lias been undergoing treatment. Mrs. Claude Rus sell has a letter from her son, Dick, of tho U. S. navy stating that ho was at Constanza, Roumanla, well and happy, Ho will bo in port 13 days while tho ship's cargo was being unloaded. From there the ship will sail to Gibraltar and he expected the trip across would bo made In 30 days. Mr. Russell camo from Seattle, Wash., via tho Panama canal, thence ncross to Roumanla. Maurico Lee of Mlddlebury College passed tho week-end nt the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Leo. Miss Helen Clark of Mlddlebury College spent tho week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Clark. Mrs. A. F. Bullard re turned Monday to Burlington after c visit to her daughter, Mrs. F. W. Flagg, The cafeteria held at Grange hall by tho ladles of Seth Warner Chapter, Daughters of tho American Revolution, was a dcci'ifd success. Tho receipts wore over JS7, which with the generous gift from the Ladles' Friendly White club enabled the treasurer to deposit $100 toward tho fund for the bronze tablet for tho Vergennes boys who served in tho war. A special meeting of the city council was held Monday evening to act upon a petition of the voters that the city council call a special meeting of tho voters to Instruct the city authorities to appoint a tax collector. Tho city council appointed F. L. Grandey col lector. Tho 1919 taxes will be received by tho city treasurer until September IB, aftor which tho unpaid taxes will bo placed In the hands of tho collector. As soon aB possible all other taxes duo before 1919 will bo placed In tho hands of tho collector. Tho petition la tha outcomo of tho city council's failure to appoint a collector of taxes at Its first meeting as In other years. In stead of appointing a collector, the council ordered the taxes to be paid to the city treasurer, thereby making a saving of about $400 per year. This action of the city council was not ac ceptable to a largo number of voters, who contended that It was Illegal as it made the city treasurer hold two ofllces, treasurer and collector, Col. F. A. Bingham, who has been passing- a few days as the guest of his uncle, A. B. Taber, has returned to his homo In Tonnpah, Nev, During his stay hero Colonel Bumham completed plans for purchasing what is known as "The Homestead" at Basin Harbor. After making repairs upon tho place he will uso It as a summer homo. Mr. and Mrs. Waldo K. Powers have returned from a visit to the lattor'a parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Field, at North Ferrlsburg. Daniel T. Donnelly haa roturncd from Montpeller, whero on Sunday ho attended tho funeral of John Glemey. The Charlotte Dramatic club will pro sent tho play, "Clubbing Their Hus bands," Friday evening- at the town hall In Ferrlsburg for tho benefit of tho Ladles' Aid society. Charles L. Kimball Is recovering from hemorrhages. MIbh Grace Klerstead has gono to Ludlow to Join her father, T. F. Klerstead, who ro contly went there to take a position. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur W. Norton havo returned ,from Boston, where they wont last week to witness tho parade of tho 26th Division. Mrs. Corlnne Oulett of Orwell la visiting her mother, Mrs. Potor Jennors. A clotnes line nas been put up from tho homo economic room In tho Vergennes high school building to a troo economics will do lnundry work In con nection with tho cooking classes. Tho Forrlsburg branch of tho Red Cross will moct Mny l n tno vestry of tho Con gregational Church. Every member Is urged to bo present. Beginning Thursday of this week May devotions will bo held In St. Peter's Church every Thursday eve ning, Tho hour of tho Sunday ovcnlng service In seven o'clock until further notice Mrs. John Gravello has returned from a visit with her mother, Mrs. Sarah Nay of Colchester. Tho condition of MIsh Julia Mllo, who has been III with fever, Ib slowly Improving. An attractive display of war relics brought back from Franco and Germany by Capt, Robert W. McCuen aro being shown In n window of tho drug store of T. Neville. Among them nro a German officers' zugcr pistol, American and Ger man uutomatlc revolves, French nnd Gcrmnn gas masks, French 75 shell, a German Iron Cross, German officers' nnd privates' gas masks, trench knlfo carried by tho British natlvo troops of India, a collection of Germnn coins nnd an alr plano messenger used to drop messages from tho skies. High Class Private C. H. Alger has returned from a service of nine months with tho 37th Engineer regiment In Franco. Private Alger took part "with tho regiment In Alnse-Marno offensive, St. Mlhlel and tho Marno Argonno and also with tho nrmy of oc cupation. Before entering tho army Mr. Alger was an offlcor In tho State Indus trial school and having received his dis charge has resumed his duties at that Institution. Dr. Frank M. Rogers, S. II. Burroughs, W. H. Carter, W. II. Adams, C. A. Hall, Fred Mulfucdel and R. O. Ellthorp, members of Champlaln Lodgo, went Monday to Bristol to join In tho celebration of tho 100th anniversary of tho foundatng of tho order of I. O. O. F. celebrated by tho Bristol Lodge. Miss Lucy Rivers Is making a few days' visit to relatives nnd friends In Bristol. Charles W. Norton has returned from a visit to relatives In Worcester, Mass. Miss M, F, Regan, who has been spend ing her vacation with her father, B. F. Regan, of WeBt Cnstleton, has returned nnd resumed her duties ns teacher In tho Ferrlsburg schools. Sergeant Rox L. Atlams nnd Private Stanloy I). Hawkins of the medical corps went Tuesday to Bellows Fulls to participate In the shooting contest Wednesday of the First Regiment, Vermont Volunteer Militia. Mrs. F. W. Flagg Is visiting her mother, Mrs. A. F. Bullard of Burlington. Mrs. Fred R. Booth and two children havo returned from a visit to relatives In Mllbrook nnd Brooklyn, N, Y., and Jersoy City, N. J. C. T. S. Pierce, commander of the Stato department G. A. R., visited In Burlington Tuesday. Tho regular prc-communlon covenant meeting will bo held this eve ning at tho Vcrgennes Baptist Church County LIcenso Commissioners Richard Smith, Fred Wright and Mr. Jackman were In town Tuesday and grnnted II censes of tho fifth class to T. Ncvlllo and W. R. Warner. Thomas Jones of Mlddlc bury, a former resident, called on friends here yesterday. BRISTOL i will meet nt tho Methodist Church ns usual at 12.10 o'clock. Mrs. Walter Wright Is III nt her homo on Ploasant street, Llndlcy Bickncll has received his dis charge from tho army and returned home. SOUTH STARKSBORO, Ruth Mnrlo llailock, wlfo of Alfred Jlmmo, died April 22, aged 20 years. Bho leaves beside hor husband, a little eon, nlno days old, nnd two stop-daughtors, Bertha', aged four, nnd Beatrice, throoj her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Androw Ilnllock; three brothers, Sowell, Philip and Hnrold; ono sister, Retha; four grandparents, Mr. and Mrs, Ovlt Hallock nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Philip Dwlro of Bristol. Tho funeral was held at tho Iioubo Fri day nnd wns largely attended by sor rowing relatives and friends, tho Rov, T. B. Hughes of Bristol oftlclntlng, with Wnrncr Varpcy In charge. Burial wns In Greenwood cemetery In Bristol. There wero many beautiful flowers, client tokens of tho love nnd esteem In which she was held by relatives nnd friends. Thoso from away to attend tho funeral were: Mrs. Ezra Lafayctto of Rutland, Mrs. James Dwlro and Leon Ijwlro of Monkton, Mrs. Samuel Wright and son, Loyal Wright, of Weybridge, Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Dwlre, Mrs. Henry Dwlro nnd son, Ivan, of Huntington, Jcsso Hallock nnd family of Brown Hill, Jesso Fair nnd family, Mr. and Mrs. Aden Elliott of Lincoln, Mr. nnd Mrs. Adolphus Eubnr nnd Joseph, Leo nnd Roy Jlmmo of Bristol. Glynn Parker of Mlddlotown, Conn., but formerly of this place, has bought a farm of Adolphus Green In Monkton. James Alger has sold his farm to a man from Burlington nnd Is mov ing his family to tho John Gllmoro house on tho plank road In Bristol. Georgo Hallock has sold his farm to William Taft and will movo to Now York. Miss Vcrsuln, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Ell Stokes, waB taken to a hospital In Bur lington Sunday ill with appendicitis. Curtis Eno of Burlington was at David Follansbeo's last week. Hnrold Hallock Is 111. Tho Ladles' Home Circle will meet May S with Mrs. Daniel Sargent. ADDISON Mrs. C. C. Benedict accompanied Miss Kendall to Rutland Friday and stayod over Sunday with Mr. Benedict's sister. Tho Rov. W. S. Boardman, who has been on a vacation, has returned and preached Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Smith have had as their gueBts Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Hamblin of Cornwall. Mrs. Bert Crano entertained Miss Ethel Smith over Sundny. Tho Grango met last i nor and friend Grandey Heltman of E. T, Butler's, Sunday. Nelson Labou of BrlBtol visited relatives here last week. Charles Clifford and family from Bran don motored hero Sunday to spend tho day with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. F, Clifford. ORWELL Miss Ornco Felton and William Jen nings of Hubbardton were married at tho brldo's homo In tho eantcrn part of Orwell April 17. Gcorgo Hammond has been with his uncle, Lowls Wolcott, slnco ho returned from overseas. Miss lrcno Bird of Castleton has been In town for a woek. Tho Fortnightly club held Its annual meeting last week Tues day aftornoon. Tho following officers wero elected: President, Miss Bcsslo Brown; vice-president, Mrs. L. M. Isaacs; nocretnry, Mrs. C. L. Bodflsh; treasurer, Mrs. B. E. French; program committee, Mrs. O. S. Wlsell, Mrs. C. J. Blair, Mrs. C. D. Monger; Boclal commit tee, Mrs. A. A. Monger, Mrs. O. O. Ban corn, Mrs. E. O. Bishop. Tho sheep breeders of Addison county mot last Tuesday at Shoreham and organized n socloty with Stowoll R. Wlthorell ns president; vlco-presldcnt, Frank E. Footo; pecretary and treasurer, Raymond M. Osburn; directors, Robert S. Hall and Fred Rawson. NORTH FERRISBURG There will be a business mooting of tho Red Cross Thursday afternoon, May 1, A full attondanco Is dcslrod as thoro Is Important business. Tho King's Daughters met Wednesday aftomoou at tho library room. Mm. Florence Barton has returned to hor home nftcr spending tho winter In Burlington. Miss Alice Eno has returnod to hor home Mrs. Tracy Is vloltlng her father, I). O, Noonan. Word hns boon rocolved of tho safe arrival of Roy Hlgboo, who has been overseas. Ho Is at Camp Devons awaiting his discharge. SALISBURY Mrs. Mary Hamilton, who has been visiting In Brockton, Mass., for sever al months, has returnod homo. Miss Doris Whitney Is visiting friends in Mlddlebury for a few days. Fletcher A. Whitney of the U. S. Navy, Is at his homo, having received his discharge. Tho ontertalnmcnt and salo held In tho Vestry of the Methodist Episcopal Church on Friday netted about $10 to tho Ladles' Aid society. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Chase, who have been spending tho winter with friends In New York, fcavo roturned home. Wcndall P. Sum- cd his parents,' Mr. nnd Mrs, Ooor Uvarts, Sr., Sunday,- It, 11 Booth a rosso Point visited lit Mr ,md Mrs C. Ward's last Thursday. SHOREHAM At- n .1 f , 1 . turned from Bllnxle, Miss., whero th passed tho winter. Mrs. Anderson h ICbUWIUU , UPllllIKlUn, U, I.,., 11 u lu lull iiijuoi:ivi;uij I K ill aunuijii uuitu house, known ns tho I. B. Rich place Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cunningham ha returned to their summer homo Larrnbce's Point. Miss Ina Smith Is iiuinu iui inu uuiiuiiiir. iur. miu iu Goorge Royco's apartment to tho Hon Lcranger house. Miss Frederlca Piatt a delegate from her class In Mlddlobu high, to the first annual confcrcnco 23 and 24. Miss Marlorln Martin, w haa been caring for Mrs. Farr, has l turned to Mlddlebury. Mr. and Mrs. ix. i.iiLLiiiiiiu.m mivu ntiumuu liAjiii L this week with hor lino of niUlmory passed away Tuesday after u Ions; ness. Twonty-llve women of tho signed requests to havo tholr namos in tho grand list for poll taxv Burdcaux, Ashloy Boldon, Byron Abo Trombly and Dayton Dumas arrived In Boston from ovorsoa club Tuesday afternoon. Miss Arvllla Vlolette Chase, daughter of Mrs. Wilfred Dubuque, formerly of this town, and Georgo F. Henry, Jr., were married April 21 at Springfield, Mass., by the Rev. C. A. Sullivan, pas tor of tho Holy Family Church. Mr. nnd Mrs. Volney Durfee havo gone to Fair Haven to reside. Judge and Mrs. E. A. Field of Panton wero guests of Mrs. O. H. Fisher April 23. Edward Geary Is able to bo out after his recent Illness. Mr. and Mrs. Ransom Purinton were called to Huntington Friday by tho fall ing health of Mr. Purlnton's mother. On account of the illness of Engineer Lapare, Frank Mott has been acting ns engineer on the Bristol railroad and Levi Bates as conductor. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Little of Charlotte nro parents of a daughter, Esma Ardelle, born recently. Mrs. Little was formerly Miss Hnttle Steadman of this village. Charles Leo and family arrived in town Saturday. They will soon take possession of the farm recently purchased of F. W. Black burn. Three persons united with tho Federated Church Sunday evening, ono by letter, ono by baptism and one on probation. Mr. and Mrs. Albert W. Govo of Mlddlebury spent Sunday with Mrs. Sophia Sherwln. Mr. nnd Mrs. O. H. Harrison of Brooklyn aro visiting friends In town. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Yandow and children of Burlington nro visiting Mrs. Yandow's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wright. The 100th nnnlvorsary of Odd Fellow ship was celebrated Monday by Bristol Lodge, No. 30. The parade In the after noon, headed by Bristol Military band presented a very fine appearance. Canton Lafayette of Burlington was present and marched In full regalia as did Bristol Lodge and Onnwa Rebekah Lodge. Ono of tho features was E. W. Mcadcr repre senting an old man one hundred years old still keeping up with the procession. A banquet wns served at tho lodgo rooms followed by the anniversary exorcises ad dress and a general good time. Many visiting Odd Fellows nnd Rebekahs wero presont especially from Mlddlebury. Miss Marlon Mulllngs nnd her friend. Miss Isabcllo Bardwcll, of Mlddlcbury College, spent Sunday with Mrs. Daisy Mulllngs and family. Miss Doris M. Currier has finished her courso nt tho Albany Business Collego nnd is spending a few days at hor homo hero before going to Brattleboro, where sho has n position, The Outlook club will meet Friday nfter noon at tho homo of Mrs. Sherwln. Tho program: Roll call, Interesting Fields of Reconstruction Work. Reconstruction work In charge of Mrs. Wilson, Mrs Boynton and Mrs. Clark. Reading, Miss Stewart. Mrs. E. C. Norton has roturned from Duxbury, Mass., where sho has been for sovcral weeks with her daughter, Mrs Arthur J. Mott. Dr. Luther J. Calahan of Manchcstor, who was twice cited for bravery and hns been decorated with tho distinguished Bervlco cross, has received tho Belgian War Cross by mall sent him by tho King of Belgium. Dr. Calahan Is a natlvo of Bristol, a graduate of Bristol high school nnd was nt ono time president of tho Alumni association. Ho prepared himself for tho practice of medicine at tho Modical College, at tho tl. V. M locating, upon his graduation In Manchester, whero ho haB been a most successful phyBlclan. Bristol Is proud of every one of her boys who makes good and this is an other instance. Tho doctor will go to New York to parade with the 77th Division, of which he was a member. Dr. Calahan Is a nophew of Mrs. Nolllo Kllbourn nnd Mrs. Minnie Qrover of this village, Mr, and Mrs. T. A. Trovllllan havo moved into R. H. Rnthbun's houso on Mountain street. F. R. Dlckerman was In Boston this weok. There will bo a cake social in the Baptist Church parlors Friday evening under tho nusplcos of tho Junior Treasure Keekers. Thirty mem bers of Mrs. Trevllllan's Blblo class en joyed tho hospitality of Mrs. W. E. Honks at her home on Pleasant sireci vuoauajr ovcnlng. Mrs. Hanks was assisted by Mtb. Cardell and Mrs: Morgan, who served dainty refreshments. Tho ladles wero entertained by solo by Mrs. Bam forth, accompanied by Mrs. Lnndon, and a burlesque prlio speaking contest. Tho Judges wero W, E. Hanks, Mra. A. M. Norton nnd Mrs. Dcnlo. The prUo was awardod- Mrs. Jonnle Hnwthorne.-Pnul Morgan, who has been n musician In tho navy, played a concert solo and other wise assisted tho choir In the ropeUtlon of the Easter music at the Sunday eve ning service of the Federated Ohuron. Beglnnlnr Sunday the servtow of the Federated Church wlU be held In tho Congregational Church during me nun Friday ovcnlng and conferred the first and second degrees. A program was given, one of tho numbers being a read ing by Mrs. William Noonan. WHITING A serious accident occurred last Tuesday night in front of William S. Williams' houso when a buggy driven by DIghton Ketcham of Sudbury. W'ho together with Miss Irma Bucklln, the village school teacher were out driving, somehow got one wheel In tho ditch, breaking a spring and throwing Miss Bucklln violently Into the roadway. Sho sustained a very severe cut over tho eye and other bruises. Dr. Cray of Brandon wns Immediately sum moned and was on tho scene of the acci dent within a brief time. Miss Bucklln Is progressing favorably at this writing. Har old Webster has been discharged from thu navy nnd Is at home. The Rev. F. J. Malzard went to Albany, N. Y., on Mon day and returned Tuesday with Mrs. Mal zard and Master Francis. County Agent Bartlett gavo a very Interesting talk at tho church community service on Sunday. A gang of railroad men aro roofing tho station. Next Sunday evening young peo ple's special night. PANTON. Pvt. E. J. Stngg attended the 20th Division parado at Boston Friday, being ono of the number. Claude O. Allen, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Allen, has enlisted in tho navy and has gone to Brooklyn to assume his duties. Mrs. X. H. Ken yon nnd little daughter of Vergennes spent a part of last week with Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Grandoy, after which they went to Boston to witness tho 2Cth Divi sion parade, and wero then to go to Wor cester, Mass., to visit her brother, Perloy Adams, and family. Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Allen and two boys of New Haven wero visitors In town Sunday. Mrs. Nelson Merrill Is confined to her bed by illness. Mrs. Maggie Carpenter of Addison Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Henry Rog ers. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Merrill havo received news of the birth of a daughter to their son, Hollls, nnd wlfo of Wal tham, Mass. SHOREHAM fund for tho bronzo tablet to bo ercctedjia tba sobeol ynl ul the elans la lumaAjuar "" The men's clua, however, April 22 at Shoreham village 40 farmers, every ono n sheep grower, came togother nnd organized tho nucleus of what promises to bo a strong county association for the In terest of tho sheep Industry- E. B. Cornwall, president of the farm bureau, presided. Cornwall gave a brief talk on the policies of the fnrm bureau at Its present stago of develop ment. Ono point brought out strong ly by Cornwall was, that It wns his bellof that tho farm bureau bureau should encourago and help brlnp nbout better methods of marketing farm products. If bettor profits can bo realized through more efficient marketing It will bo unnecessary lo oncourngo production ns the producer will naturally produco crops which ho can sell at a profit. Officers elected wore: President, Stowoll R, Witherell of Shoroham; vlco-prcsldent, Frank E. Footo of Cornwall; secretary and treasurer, Raymond M. Osborno of Shoreham; directors. Robort S. Hall of Orwoll and Fred Rawson of Whit ing. Tho bonrd of directors are meet ing with tho county ngont and ap pointing helpers In caah town In the county to roprosont tho association In tholr reBpoctlvo districts. Tholr func tion will bo to Intorost all sheep grow ers of tholr neighborhood In tho as sociation and socuro memberships. All Interested In this movo should seo ono of tho directors or tho member of their town representing tho associa tion. STARKSBORO Fred Sours died nt his homo suddenly Saturday afternoon. He Is survived by a wlfo nnd sevornl children. Tho fu neral was held at his lato homo Tues day afternoon at ono o'clock. Mr, and Mrs. George OBmcr of Tafts vlllo were hero to attend tho funeral of Lester Hill and spent tho woek with friends. Mrs. Osmer, who was Kato Murphy, lived suveral years with Mr. and Mrs, Hill. C. Lndoo spent the weck ond In Burlington with his sisters, Mrs. Cockle and Mrs. Dockoy. Tho Grange had their regular meeting last week, A chowder supper was served followed by a talk by Corporal Ralph Braco, who recently roturned from overseas. Mr. Braco was In the battle of Chateau Thierry and relatod somo very Interest Ins; experiences. Starkaboro Farmers' Co-opcratve association paid 70 and 75 cents for fat In March 1 and Inst periods despoctlvely nnd Ni conts both periods for Bklm. Tho Rov. Mr. Bennett, who Is statlonod at Hlncsburg In placo of tho Rov. Mr. Kdlo held his first service hero at tho Methodist Church last Sunday. Thoro will bo 4 regular service next Sunday at tho usual tlmo. Mr, and Mrs. Fred Shlvorctte of Monkton visited his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Dennis Shlverette, Sunday. Georgo Walston spent the 27th with his brothor, F. M, Walston. Tom Jlutlsr of Cornwall was at his brother's. Shoreham were week-end visitors of Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Sumner. There will be a business meeting of tho Red Cross In the Town Hall Thursday, May Sth. A largo number Is urged to be present aB business of Importance will bo transacted. W. H. Douglass, repre senting Tho White Entertalnmont Bu reau of Boston, Mass., wns In town Tucsdny and submitted proposals for a courso of entertainments during the coming fall and winter, and tho com mittee has closed a contrnct with them. Wo aro assured of tho best series of entertainments ever held In town. Tho first program will be given by the cele brated Suwanee River Negro Quartette, said to bo tho best negro quartette In America and Dr. H. W. Sears with his 21 years experience as a humorist lecturer as 4th on the program will to worth hearing. Mr. and Mrs. Les lie Foot and son wore week-end guests t tho homo of W. J. Whitney. The conferenco of Congregational Churches of Addison county will bo held In tho local Congregational Church Tuesday, May 6. Tho electric light fixtures havo been Installed In the Congregational Church and will soon be connected with i the power plant. F. B. Nelson Is mak ing several improvements In his home. BRDDPORT Mrs. Ella Baldwin Is visiting her daugh ter, Mrs. Taylor, In Worcester, Mass. P. J. Dewell, who has been calling on friends, returned to his duties at tho Capital City Press In Montpeller Satur day. Mrs. O. E. Converse has quinsy sore throat. O. E. Converse is not so well. His son, Stanley, who has been here seeing to his father's farm for a few days, returned to Burlington Sunday. Willis Palmer, bellboy at the Addison House In Mlddlebury, spent Sunday at his home here. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Jabot of Cornwall spent Sunday with her sister. Mrs. Wlllard Chandler. Maud Allard spont tho week at her home here. Sabro Hustls and Florence Broughton had tho measles. Martin Henry Brough ton romalns about tho same. Cora Allard spent a few days with her sister, Mrs. Chandler, tho past week and returned homo Sunday. Mrs. Chester Palmer and children are with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Palmer. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jabot spont Sunday with their daughter, Mrs. William Bruno. Caledonia County HARDWICK. annual ball In tho gymnasium TTh Una, Jr., Is enjoying; a furlough Is homo from Camp Dovons. Mr. H. H., arrived In town Monday for lnucunuo siay. airs, carpenter, w hn?4 lipnn 111 nil wlnfAi la Imnrnvlnp At the spcolal school mooting Frldi UVUU11IK. II LikJL UL L&t till Lilt II lar of tho grand list was ralsod, n. su not to exceed $200 was for heat cairnl died Sundny morning and tl ourini was in uio rair view reincter WBfJKB HUriUH UL lI!;t3LlllK ILL LIIU L(L tint nhnrnh TiioHriav evnninir. 'rnn nu lie Is cordially Invited to these mee lngs. Chittenden County WINOOSKI of FERRISBURG. Word has been rscolvod by Mr.i. L. C. Doan from her brother, Sergeant S. A. Kcnyon of tho 6th United States engi neers, In France, that Uncle Sam Is send ing somo of tho boys to school. From the third division WO wore selected, and 13 from the Cth engineers, Mr. Kenyon being tho representative from his company. Ho Is tolling a courso In tho advertising of machine tools, machlno designs, etc. NEW HAVEN Tho seniors will repeat tho drama "Light Houso Nnn," Friday evening In tho town hall. Herbert Danbrook, who has recently returned from overseas, and Mrs. Danbrook aro vlBlting his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Danbrook. Tho Rev. Clyde Sumner Is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sumner. Word has been received that Mrs. It. C. Roscoe, who has been In tho hospital Blnco November, is falling. HANCOCK Claud Farr had tho miafortuno to got seriously hurt in his mill at Rob Inson last week. A steel pulley burst and some of tho pieces toro a piece from his hip nlso breaking somo bones nnd two of his teeth. He was taken to tho Randolph sanitarium. His mother was there with him several days. Ho Is doing as well ns can bo expected ut this writing. Tho body of Mrs. wil Ham Dowdell wns brought here for burial Thursday from the Randolph tomb whom It has beon slnco Febru ary. Thcro was a prayer at tho grave The Rov, Thomas Cresoy officiating. Thoso from away to attend tho burial wore Mr, nnd Mrs. Fred Elliot from Warron and Fred Haynes from Royal ton. Little Frod Bent from Rochester was with his uncle, W, W, JoneB a fow days last week. Miss Blanche Andrews from White River Junction was a week-end visitor at her brother's, Fred Androws. Sho came to seo hor mother, who Is in poor health. WALTHAM Mr. and Mrs. C. McClen and Mr. nnd Mrs. Harrlucn Tottlbone of Addison vis ited Mr. nnd Mrs, Anson Hallock Sunday, Mr, and Mrs. C. S. Sherblno have re turned to tholr home In Brldport after passing a few days with tholr daughter, Mrs. V. W. Otis. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hallock visited frlcndN In Starksboro last week. Mrs. Langdon Rolcau of New Haven visited Mrs, W. H. Jackman Tues day, Kenneth Barrows broke his elbow recently. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lennard of Tanton visited her parents, Mr, and Mrs, D. H. Parker, Bunday. Mr, and Mrs. A. G. Hunt passed the weok-end with his aunt, Mrs. C, E. Govo In Bristol. Mr. and Mrs. Georeo Dvarts. Jr.. of run inn Wlnooskl was again the scene disastrous Are' Sunday afternoon. alarm was rung In from box 13 for i i . - , i ,i.A i. 0i of East Canal street, which Is owm by Mrs. H. A. Bailey. A young nnmnii m mm Rnw I in iiiiiiii.h iini Lii alarm at two o'clock. By the time tl firemen reached tho scene the who thought at tho tlmo that the entl building nnd contents would bo a tot loss. But the firemen, with odds again them In the shape of poor water pre sure, and no ladders nor axes, mndo work, the Are was under control. Chi ournea nwav. incy not on inu ice tti UUI1U1I1&. LI11U HilB lillUC! iX llllllBlu posiuon ior wiu men, uu inu ice -v.t u covered ana very s lrtnery ana carryi the hoso across tho Ice was In Itself dertaken this task wero determined IlliLYlIlLf UII II1U I1IU. UUL UI1U Ul II streams was of no avail whatever reach tho building at all and nnal was given up. Tfila hn. Hnnn t a , h I r frtiiplh ,1! or netter nre nrotectlon is Docomt ono of tho pressing needs of tho vi nres unless mey nave npparaiun wi which In rift It. Tho. flrnmon ttlwn 111V.C UUIIL- 1111311 klCDl ,11111 lltl.U tic. hrtll llvpq III flrrfiUni- flvAM .11 on ior mem in return is 10 give mem i. It was found later that a 'lumbor building nnd It Is believed they nave accmoniauy Bxarieu me nro. xjt w was not an entire loss, but Uie daa ...111 .. . , 1 . .. , bKa- TZ in orapr to klvp hip iro ior mo luiiiii ii', ni'KiriH.M lArn.Lr wuh ijii i .mm kmiuii i u u 3,000 tons. Burlto L. Blgwood, U. V. M of vey, with horwlriuartorH in lioston. 3ircoi. unu .idbuihi nuurKiiuu i x m nuirnn rrv inn nnv. . ivsfiiii 111 ri:iui inov worn uuunuuii iv ui&ir reauouu girl. MUs Huurrt wiu a niinbw of lllancho Fronclto, Koga'.a VlUamalu a Miss BounujtA. Aftor tho oercmirny served at the home uf tho uronni Will 111UKQ HHCH 11U11IV III VilTl rtu Htrcot. Jucen of IOC MiUlottK Bay uvenu. wUneaBos. Tho two uupl lfV fcr homo. In munKipM court Monday ovortlng Italian ftpparod boforo Juftero H. iviiir-fiiL in nn m witr in int. finivri ui miuv I ti n i.-till u a tin 1 i ii in tMI 1 m nt k Wl Mnnilau nftnninnn lt llitmit !4nnrl tnrn nf thn -rt .rintft f Mil tilt Via UTllCn Tl In nt t mn tirnlinn nu il cnrvl lYmilV Of til Bound and that Xhty con ira oat nn ntir mnr nn t f H r Milnml,