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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS AND TIMES: THURSDAY, MAY 8, 1919. HAPPENINGS IN VERMONT (Continued from pngc four.) A Morse: vice-presidents, C. (). and George G, Moisc; secretary and tiea-i-titer, C. II. Rnyniorp, C. O. Morse, will move In Wolcott from llardwirk nml 'inve charge of llio manufnrtiiiltig end of the business, Thi' headquarters and olllcc of the secretary and' trensuter, for neily located lit llyde Paik, have been ninve'd to Morrlsvllle. A meeting of n largo lepresciitatloii of thi business itiMi of Morrlsvllle was held .it tint Pastime chili rooms Saturday eve ning to cor.sldcr the matter of celebrating in a fitting wn.v thn return and nnu ifliiui of the soldier and sailor boys of Lamoille roiinty. An niganlzalioii was perfected wltli the folowltig officers fleet ed; Chairman of general eoinmlttep, C. )l. A. Stafford, who Is authorized to np liolnl tils assistants; secretary, Charles II. Haytnoie: treasurer, Walter M. Sar pent The ptoposltlon Is to have a Brand celebration .Ittly with all the soldier and sailor boys of Lamoille county In vited guests of Morrlslown, and all other people of Lamoille county asked to par ticipate In the celebration. Several bunds will bp In attendance. Further notices will be Riven as plans are perfected. The ladles of Morrlsvllle will entertain the returned soldier and sailor boys next Friday with a supper at the vestty of the Congregational Church and u dance In the evening at the town hall. Scrgt. John W Simpson, 77th Division, .With Field Artillery, who at rived In Now York Iset Tuesday, passed Saturday here with his mother, Mis. Alice Simpson, leaving In the evening on his leltirn to Now Vork via Itutland. whetc he met his sis ter. Alius Mary Jean Simpson, who ac companied 1 i tn to New Vork. U'yle Tift and .Miss I'ermella liaymond went Sat urday evenliiR to Knot Fnlrtleld, passing Sunday with the lattei's uncle and aunt, .Mr. and .Mrs. .lule Jot dan. .1, I'. Tillot son went Saturday evening to Underbill to pas? Sunday with his need mother, .Mrs. Kllzabeth Tillotson. Kvcretl Allen, of the Prim Frledrlch AVIIhelm, landed In New Yoik April 'J, after a hard tussle with mine sweeping, and arrived here Saturday evening, passing Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Fred C. Marshall, leav ing for New York Monday evening. Mi. C. It. Kent, of Burlington, Is visit lug her daughter. Mis. II. H. Dodge. STOWE Mr. .Minnie Tlnkliam, who went last wek t Huston, !s taking a six weeks' cm i rsc in the lied Cross Home Service ft om Lamoille county. Thirty-three of hih young friends gave Mark J. Chaffee a surprise party at the homo of his parents, .Mr. and Mrs. Ward K. Chaffee, Friday evening In honor of his tnturn from Franco and discharge from servlcp,. Games vvtrc played and refreshments served, Anson T'age bad Hip tip of the thltd finger 3f thp right hand cut off when It was "aught In a buzz planer Saturday. Mrs. A. (!. Stevens, who has been with Mrs. T. I'. I'ike a few weeks, returned to Waterbury Saturday. The little son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Culver died at their home Saturday of membranous croup. The child was be tween II and 12 months old. A prayer service was conducted by the Rev. It. AY. Collins Monday afternoon at the West Hranch cemetery. There was a profusion of flowers. Mrs. Culver's brother. Homer May of Waterbury Center, was hero to attend the burial. Mr. Culver's parents were detained at home by the Illness of their son, Klroy Culver, who wan taken with pneumonia Saturday. The primary school was closed Monday on account fit the Illness of the teacher. Miss Susan A. Hlgelow. Robeit Smalley, who returned last week from overseas, passed the week end at Poland, Me., where he visited R. H. Metcalf, formerly of Stowe, but now employed at a creamery fn i'oland connected with the Coon Ice Ciea.ni busi- ness of Burlington. Mr. Smalloy has been ofl'eied a position thPie. Mr. and Mr: of -Morrlsvllle were visitors- over Sunday at the home of Mr. chamberlain's biother and his wife. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Chamberlain. Mr. and Mrs. N. I!. Johnson and children visited relatives In Richmond over Sunday. Mrs. Paul S. Kaiser and little daughter, Vanillic, and .Mrs. Hri win Unit have leturned from a visit of several days with relatives in Harre. Marl Itavlin, who lias been ill for some time fiom the effects, of pneu monia, .was taken to a hospital in Rut ington Sunday. Harold, the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Smith, who was taken to the Mary Fletcher hospital for examination lubt week, was advised to wait until he is stronger before hav ing surgical treatment and returned home. Mr. and Mrs. AV. D. Pangle have returned fiom a two weeks' visit with friends In Wolcott. Leon S. Macutchau, rural mall carrier on route one, who has hftn 111 for five months with inlluenza and complications was most pleasantly surprised last wee'k by the receipt of a purse of $80 from the patrons of his route and wishes to thank these and the many u i.e. . ..cn.is wno nave so Kinuiy assisien him during his Illness. Mr. Macutchau I was able to pass Sunday with his mother, . Mrs Losamond Macutchau who is re- covering from the effects of a shock ami 1 1s able to bo about the house again. lohn Tilton lias sold to Ovlla Van Ness and his mother-in-law. Mrs. Salvas, of Bur lington, the ".Maple Hill Farm." which he purchased of Quincy K. Magoon In November. The selling price of the farm, which formerly belonged to Pressor! It. Gale and Is one of the best hill farms in this vicinity waa JlS.nw. Possession will be given soon and Mr. Tilton and family will move back to his farm oil Kdsou Hill. Howard Tilton, who has recently re turned from service in Prance and Mrs. Tilton of Rock Island, P. tj., have passed a few days with Mr. Tllton's brother, John Tilton, and family, on their way to Waltsfleld, where they have purchased a farm. The little daughter or Mr. and Mrs. John C Hill has been named Olive Kllen. I Manuel Bailey, Jr., returned Monday' night from Cump Devens, wheie he was j discharged from the army, coming by way j of Hartford, Conn,, where be visited Ills mother and sister, Mrs. Bailey, who were stopping with Mr. Ilailey's parents, Mr. and Mis, F. K. Bailey, left Friday night to meet Private Bailey In Hartford, where they planned to remain two weeks but were taken III on the way and was obliged to letuin to Stowe. Private Bailey was telegraphed news of his father's death and came on to Stowe Monday. Mrs. Bailey Is recovering Mrs. H. K. Shaw, chad man of war savings for Lamoille county, bus appointed Mrs, Lola Douglass Billings chairman for Slowe. Andrew ISnycn died at Ills home near the lower village Wednesday forenoon after a long period of falling health, having been confined to his bed about a week. Mr. Boyce was about 70 years of age and hud been a resident of Stowe for many years. He leaves a sou, Otho Boyce, who lived at homo with Ills father, and several brothers. (Icorge Hoyce, whose home was with ills broth er, William Boyce of Waterbury, Hub ert Uoyco of Wolcott and 10, A. Boyce, whose whereabouts are unknown, and a slBtc.r, Mis. Lydtn. liayford of John sdli. Mrs. Boyce, who before her mar riage was Miss Addle, Davis, died in 19(i;i. The funeral will be held at tue nngregatlonal Church at two o'clock Friday nfteruo6n. The firemen's annual , ball will be given at the Akeley Memor ial building on the evening of May HI, Music will bo by the Scouts' orchestra ' Jiardwlck and the ladles of thn Red Cross will serve the banquet. A Urge ( the Mary Fletcher hospital Monday. With them came Robert Harrison to re attondance is desired for the benefit C. S. Brush and Hort Davis are able to main tilt Sunday nlRht. Miss Anna Tor ot the firemen. Miss lluth McMahon's he out nfter a siege with qulncy sore rill, who Ims i,ce Montp-eller with dancing class will have a "public"" at. 1 throats. Christine Hnpgood has the her mother, came Saturday to re-enter the Akeley Memorial building; Friday evenliiR. Music will be furnished by Khaekclt's orchestra. Several from hero Hha attended the celebration In Montpeller i Wednesday, the Slowe Military band taiung part lit tnc parade. Tnc imiien of the United Aid served a suceesiful May breakfast Wednesday morning, re alizing; about zn. A pretty maypole dance was twice given on the lawn during the breakfast hours, 27 children talcing' part under the direction of the Misses ltuth McMahon and J .aura Wright. At a business meeting fol lowing the breakfast a constitution pre sented by Mrs. M, K. Bacon, Mrs. M. C. Lovejoy and Miss Nellie Sargent was adopted. It was voted to servo the ban quet for the Stowe high school alumni annual meeting on May 29 to take tlio place of the. June supper. The regular meeting of the United Aid will be held on the. (list Wodnesdny of each month. A special meeting of the Jit. Mans field Creamery association was held at the banquet hall Tuesday evening. At an' entertainment at the Akeley Memor ial building for the benefit of the high school senior class, moving pictures and dancing were features of the program. Music was by Sliackctt's orchestra. There was a good attendance. Miss !uth McMahon Is recovering from slight injrlcs i evolved In an automobile ac cident on a trip to Hurlington Monday. To avoid a car coming from behind, the car was turned into the ditch and collided witli a telephone pole. Miss McMahon, who was alone on the back seat, was thrown upon the front scat and one arm and her chest were hurt. The other occupants of the car were somewhat Injured and the car consid erably so. The accident happened about six miles this side of Hurlington. Miss Susan lllliin A. Ulv,.ln.l. n tin Una ..... t. .,i.,.i .1.1.. . i. . , ... chool this week on account of Illness, hopes to be able to resume her work Monday. HYDE PARK Col. Brlgham of Bakersflelfl and Elmer Johnson of at. Albans were In town Thursday. Arrangements are tinder way whereby the Junior high will have a lec ture course here next season. Ilydo Park went wny over the top the first day of the Victory Bond sale. David Trtl- deau has sold his farm and stock on Bat-J lie Row to a Canadian party; considera tion J7,.VK. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Noonan have completed work nt the Inn and are visiting at Bert Crowell's. Hadley Burnham and Ernest Stewart have re turned home. Both saw strenuous ser vice overseas. Dr. Mlnott has moved here from Johnson and opened a dental office. Hydo Park village will extend lla electric lines to North Hyde Park, if tlio latter place will purchase and set the poles. The Golf Club ' is putting its grounds in order for the summer cam paign. Those are the only golf grounds In the county and considered among the best for location and lay of land In the State. It has several stockholders, not only In the county but among the sum mer visitors from other States. Mr. and Mrs. Nell Whltcoinb of Waterbury were recent visitors in town. Capt. Ashley Grlflln and Mrs. Griffin, from Camp Upton, weie recent visitors at the home of her father, John Davie. Hyde Park will give its returned soldiers a royal reception In the near future. JEFFERSONVILLE Grover Smith moved to the Junction Krlday. Mr. Douglass has taken nos--session of the place ho purchased of acorgc Weslman. Arthur Hawley moved last week to the place he bought of George Qrlswotd. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph. Klkcr are the parents of a daughter, bom Thursday. Miss Iva Lara way or "Waterville was a guest of Miss Cornell Thursday. Mrs. Rousseau returned from. Burlington Thursday. Maurice Brush and Russell Waldo have received their honorable discharge from the I'. S. army 'and arrived home last week Wednesday. held Its annual meeting with upper at the church Thursday. Miss Oraee Brooks of St. Albans was with Miss Ober patt of last week. Mies Baiker of St. Albans Is seuing for Mrs. K. S. Cobb. Miss Clio Scott of this place was united In marriage Wednesday, April 3U, to Arthur Ashley of Burlington. Mr. and Mrs. William Shaltuckof Fairfield were in town Thursday. Mark Davis 1 in very poor health. There was a roelal gatheiing at George Burner's Thursday. The high school play. "Oh! Christine," given at the town hall Thursday eve ning, was attended by a large crowd and was a great success. Mr. and Mrs. B. K. Reynold? were In Montpeller Thursday. Mrs. Hannah VYestman is in poor health. Bert Davis and Carmen S. Brush have heen sufferers from quinsy sorn throat. Mr: and Mis. I. M. Powell spent Sunday .11 Johnson. Irving Hteinhour. of Cambridge, viMted his daughters here Saturday. A. F. -Kousrcau is expected home fiom the hospital this week, A meeting is to be held Thursday evening to .onslder the co-operative creamery proportion ami also a few other matters regarding the farm bureau progress. Kr.a.,., ...111 i,.i,i v it in- nfneiiirliir- .,..,.iiu. ,'n, ' .i, ..- nient; M. t . Lovejoy, of Slowe, presi dent of the Kami It 11 lean; K ,D. Jones, county agent; and It Is to be hoped Com- mlssioner Brighaui. Farmers of JaCfer sonville and neighboring towns are urged to be present. Mrs. Arthur Manchester and child nie at Cambridge, slopping with her sister. Mrs. Chandler. Mrs. Julia Reynolds has been in this place. ailed hero by the serious condition of her mother, .Mrs. Bryant. There Is to be the annual May ball at Hotel Melemly Friday evening, May !. Cabana's orches tra, of Burlington, will furnish music Mr. and Mrs .lame Saffoid are visiting In Cambridge' while the tub shop Is shut down. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fortlcr, of Rlchford, have heen visiting relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. William Shattuek, of Fall field, were visitors In town lasL week, Mr. Douglass and family have taken possession of his new home here. Mts. Klsle Smith and Miss Montgom ery were at Montpeller last Thursday. Miss Dorothy Smlllv waa in Brandon over Sunday, attending the Young AVoin en's confidence. B. II. Carpenter, of Col chester, was at T N. Vldeto's Saturday and Sunday. A large addition Is being built op the, garage of Cobb and Brown, to be used as an office to accommodate their fast Increasing business. C. S. In- galls, of Underbill, waa In town Thurs day last.-William Smith, of Underbill, was In town Saturday. The primary loom in the village school Is to remain closed for another week on account of the continued cases of scarlet fever. llannlbnl Miner, of Bane, is visiting In town, Leon Kllsworth has arrlwd home, having leceled his honorable discharge fiom the a 1 my, and with Mrs. Kllsworth are stopping with his parents. John Washburn ai rived home Saturday eve ning and Is with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. c. Washburn. Allan Provost has been visiting his uncle, Frank Pro vost He lias lately leturned from tin army. It. S. Hawley attended Grange meet ing nt Cambridge Tueaday evening, Lynn Tracy, Jr., the 17 months old son of Mr, und Mrs. Lynn Tracy, died very suddenly Monday evening In a convul sion nfter only an hours illness. The funeral services were held at the house Wednesday afternoon, The Rev, II. C. Howard officiated. The pnrenta have ii wmimth" uf the whole community. The Rev. F. B, Hyde returned from scarlet fever. Mr, and Mrs. N. J. Nyo were at Underbill Center Sunday. Mrs. A. Jacques has gone to Hnrre in visn ner uhukii " . i.uihmu ..... a successful operation for the removal of adenoids at Burlington. Ha tirday. Mrs. Arthur Howe of Watervllte was In town, Tuesday.-A. t , llosseati expects to return from the hospital, Thursday. to visit her daughter. Holand .Nye had h successful operation for the removal Arthur Croft and Alton Mean have, ,celved their discbarge from the IT. H ' and returned liome.-The . re A vllle cemetery association held Its monthly meeting with Mrs. Lease; Tuesday with a good attendance. James Berry has purchased the barn of ' Mrs. Klsle Smith, at the opening of lhcl,omr ' ' V0.. " "Li" .. new street, and has had It taken down and drawn to his land near tlio depot, where It will be erected. Mrs, II. A .Ladd of Burlington was n week end guest of Mrs. S. K. Pope. The South Cnmbrldge cemetery association held Its monthly meeting May first and a dinner was served at Leon Cushlngs. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Davis aro soon to move to rooms In Start's Block. The F. & A. M. and O. B. S. orders aro to hold their meeting Thursday even ing. The Knights of t'ythlns will meet Wednesday evening. The Grange will meet the 13th. 1. K. Sheldon and Miss. Southnrd, former teachers here, wore in town, Friday. On Thursday even- ii. ... .,,i. .... i. ... i... i.i.i i at the town hall for the purpose of i heaving addresses on the co-operative creamery and cow testing associations to stimulate Interest in this town,- About 3& was cleared on the school I"1 ' ,p "owe ",c Ilcv- 'lolman out plays. Underbill high school plays the ! ?,lntlmT' ?,r' 'irtfklgo was a member of local high school here on Frldav. The ,lI'e IJaJtlst '!iureh and was faithful In high school played the town team ",ls tendunce upon thn church services again Tuesday and won out to tlio I"" lo"K s he llved.-Tho remains wero Oner, nl 1 n ft ti.lt. t 1 I tt . l, I .. r....l ""I" ' 1 ' ' 1 1 ' 1 Mrs. Hutchinson of the Montpeller schools ,.,,,,, ,,, .,,.. visited school. Tuesday. JOHNSON I). A. Barrows returned fiom Hoston. Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Gnylon Davis have returned from Portsmouth, where they spent the winter. The committee for rebuilding the BaptlBt Church Into n Masonic hall are H. C. Parkor, Bert Mills and W. R. Tracy. Repairs have been be gun under tlio direction of Bert Mills. "William Ravey died Thursday night of a general breakdown, caused by old ago Helen, daughter of N. A. Waterman, has scarlet fever In a mild form. Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Bailey of Kast Fairfield were In town Friday. Chesley Hartwell of F.ssex Junction wan In town last week. The Rev. C. D. Pierce of Craftshury was in town, Thursday. Waterman lodge, F. & A. M,. conferred the A. K., degree 011 Wlnnc fred Heath, son of Frank Heath at a special Thursday night. John West has sold his farm to his son, Lewis, who lias taken possession, and bought the B. S. Fulllngton place on French Hill road. Walbrldge, son of the late B. S. Fulllng ton, who has been overseas, returned Saturday. He expects to resume his studies at MJddlobury College. W" H. Nye loaded a car of maple, Byrap Monday. WATERVILLE Henry Manchester die! Wednesday after 11 long illness. The funeral was held Friday at II o'clock from the house, the Rev. C. D. Pierce odlcintlng. Mrs. George March and little daugh ter, Mary, have returned from Shel don. A. D. Stockwell came out Mon day morning with a new automobile on the stage route. Miss lilslo Gomo of Burlington visited relatives in town last week. Mrs. James SatTord and Mrs. Henry Wood of Cambridgo visited their mother, Mrs. D. R. Pierce, last week. A. L. Mann of Rlchford is vis iting in town. Mrs. A. L. Laraway and sister, Mrs. Anners, are visiting In St. Albans. The Cemetery association will meet with Mrs. Floience Lumbra Fri day afternoon. Horace Kwens and grandson, Clarence, left for New Hamp shire Thursday evening. Mrs. Kwens expects to go in a fow days. Cheney Hutchinson has moved into A. Lang dell's house on Chinch street. A. L. Laraway was in Johnson Tuesday to attend the bank meeting. H. F. Beard was in Burlington Tuesday. Miss Ar dH Potter of Belvldere visited Iva Lar away over Sunday. Cheney Hutchin son has opened a meat market on Church street. CAMBRIDGE Miss Ruth Chandler of Builingtou visited her parents here Sunday. Miss Katherlne, Wflcox of Morrlsvllle was tho gueat of her brother, Clyde Wilcox, last week, Mr. and Mrs. Kdsou Fuller were called to New York last week by the sud den Illness and death of Mrs. Fuller's father, Mr. Wheeler. A. R. Labounty of Burlington was In town, Wednesday. Serl. Buell A. Brewster, who has Just arrived from overseas, came Saturday from Camp Devens where he received an honorable discharge. Mrs. A. L. Biusli visited her daughter at the Fanny Allen hospital, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Kllsworth came Thursday evening from Camp Devens. Mr. Kllsworth has Just leturned from overseas, where he has been in servloe IS months. I In was a member of the :6th Division. 11. K. Gry and family and Mrs. Roba Young and children were guosts of Mr. and Mrs. H, M. Giay, Sunday. W. M. Smith was a visitor In Montpeller, Wednesday. Mrs. K. M. Hawley, who has spent the winter with her son in Builingtou, lia returned to her home here. Mr. and Mrs. K, J, Gates and Mrs. and Mrs. ftex Gates were visitors In Burlington, Tuosday. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Cutting and Mrs. Katie Gates were In Richmond, Tuesday. BELVIDERE CENTER II. AV. Chappell baa sold the farm he recently bought of F. A. Fletcher, to the Caldwell brothers. May Davis and Reginald Davis have diphtheria in a mild form. Kugene Rich, who has been In the service overseas, lias been discharged and Is at home. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Davis, W. K, Davis and Leon Davis were in Montpeller Wednesday to see the parade of the returning soldiers. Aithur Fleury has moved from F. K. Tracy's house onto his farm. Raul Robtoy has moved into F K. Tracy's house Just vacated by A. Fleury. G, C. Pottcs has returned from Burlington, where he lias been for treatment for his throat. Orange County RANDOLPH Mis. George Robinson and daughter, Mlbs Doris Robinson, who have, been the guest of Mrs. H, O, Jones for a few days, went to their home in Warion Friday. Mrs, Harold Perkins and children who have been wltli the former's parents Rev, and Mrs. Joseph Hamilton, for a week, went Saturday to their home In Wood stock, Mrs. John Augell went to Tun bridge Satuiday, where Mr, Angull has work for a few days and Mrs, Angell will visit friends. Miss Pauline Nelll re turned Saturday from Northfleld, whero on Friday night she attendod an enter tainment at tho university. Mrs. Swen sen after passing several weeks hero has returned to South Royallou, where she will make her home for the futuie. Miss Kvelyn Manney went to Rutland Satur day to remain till Tueaday, She ex pected to be Joined there by Mr, and Mrs, tl. A. Skinner, who have been in this vicinity for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Buck and dgughter, Miss Iris Buck, havo returned from Lebanon, N. ., where they have been since Thursday the sanltiirluui to complete her oonrso .of training tor a ntirse,-.tax Holmaii, who Is stntluned at Plntlsburg, Is here on a furloufli with his mother Ills Kolnian.-The Uochester ci on n lunough with his mother, Mrs. Mol s loln.an.The Uochester club gave i successful ball at the Orange hall Thurs day night. Thll the !" t of v series o oi..ioyable dancea which this club hai held. r.ewls I), Partildee who had been 111 for ,x days 't- erferBon-.attcrnnoni u g(. o)(, Mr r.ttrdcn f ...... .,.i Z.L.it his faculties to a marked deKrec Mr. PirtrldJn i nlnre" , ,,?, , , .nl 1 1 " T. M " , ii u I III r-i-TU Kir liuunu corner of Maple and Howard street, where he and Mis. Partridge had since lived. Mr. Parltldgp wan twice married, Tils first wife being Angelln Hraneo of New York, whose death occurrod In ISO). Six children were born to this coitpe, Harvey JJ. Par tridge, and Amos S. Parttldge, both of whom ip.slde In llarre, Mrs. W. C. Nye and Mrs, Josephine Wellington of Ver gonnes, Mrs. Arthur Roberts of Home land, On., and Mrs. Charles McDonald of Aberdeen, S. D. tils second wlfo was Lauta Olmsted, also of Potsdam, and their marrlago took place In 1878, they hav ing lived together 41 yearn. One sou was born to this couple, Charlei L. Partridge, " in ueirou, .Mica,, wno nas nr- .fnr U.'e funeral. All but one, Mrs. "u"""" ... JIHIUL'S III Il.'llie.lIlIU, VJrt., wcro present nt the services, which was ". "'lM,"y a,lcr"0 al l"Te o-ciock uiKcn to I'oisuam for nuriat. Mrs. its- mond Crcaser came Saturday to pass Sunday with hcr mother, Mrs. L. .1. Blakcly, and leturned Monday, her daughter, -Miss Klsle Tredo, who had been hero for a week, accompany her to their home In Newport, Vt. Mrs. Shequln leturned Monday from Burlington, whero she went Sunday to visit her son, Karl Shequln, a studput nt the Univer sity of Vermont. Ralph Hamilton, who visited his parents, the Rev. and Mrs. Joseph Hamilton, over Sunday, left Mon day for White River Junction, leaving his wife and two little daughters for a longer stay. Matthew Hamilton, who has been In Unity, Saskatchewan, for several months, arrived here Friday to visit his only brother, tho Rev. Joseph Hamilton, for a week. Miss Merle Allen began woik at the desk In the store of Bell Brothers Monday morning. Another clerk recently returned and taken up work In thp store Is Mrs. Alice Rumrtll, who has been In Bnrre several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Kmcrson of Lisbon, N. 11., were. ii town over Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cbasp. Mrs. Susan Kimball, who suffered a shock of paraly sis several weeks ago. Is now thought to be Improving. Thp Randolph Kqual Suffrage Studv club bold a meeting Monday at tho home of Abhlc F. Clarke, with a good attend ancc. A program of rare merit was pre pared by tho president, Mrs. G. W. Patterson, which greatly Interested all Mrs. Leslie Ball of Randolph Center gave a paper on the life and work of Catherine Breshkovsky and Mrs. G. W. Patterson discussed Bolshevism in Russia. Mrs. Shequln was In Burlington over Sunday to visit her son, Karl Shequln .7. B. Adams letunied Monday night from Wilder, where he had been to soo his brother. Senator Clinton Adams, who has been ill a month, and who Is yet confined to his bed and only able to sit up a few moments each day. Mrs. A. P. lilbhey arrived Sunday with her sister-in-law, Mrs. Paine, coming from Falrlee, where sho had been for tho winter. It Is ex pectcd now that Mrs. Libbey will give up her rooms In the Martin block and return to Falrlee for a permanent home Mrs. S. c. Clark after passing the win. tcr with her son, Dr. Harry Clark, In Danvers, Mass., arrived here this week and has opened her rooms in the Martin block for the summer. Mr. and Mrs. O W. Mann of Boston arc hero to make some nnangement for renting the Ran dolph Inn during the time of their lease They expect to return to Boston this week and will leave tho Inn in the care of some person to run for a time. RANDOLPH CENTER. The annual meeting of the Orange County Association of Congregational Churches will be held Wednesday and Thursday this week. The Rev. Herbert R. Barker of Unveil. Mass., came Mon day to commence his duties as pastor of the Congregational Church. Kdward A. Blodgett and daughter, Kdlth, of Springfield, Mans., are visiting .Mr. Blod- gett's sister, Mrs. Kmlly Davis. Charles Adams has returned from service over seas witti the 26th Division and Is with his mother, Mrs. Klla Adams. Carl C. Blckford, who Is manager of the house department on a large stock farm near New a oik city, has come to bis house here for a short vacation. Leonard Farnsworth. who Is manager of a farm In Massachusetts, days last week, was at home a few Orleans County NORTH TROY. Reuben F. Mitts of this place and Mr mra 1 nuns 01 j'arniiam, anada, were united in marriage Thursday evening May 1, They will reside here in Mr. Mills present residence on Main street, Sophia .1. Kelloy and eon, AV D. Kelley proprietors of tho Kelley Pharmacy, have purchased of the North Troy Fruit com pany. of which Mr. anud Mrs. P.. A. Molla are proprietors, tho stock of goods In tho eastern part of the stole and will at once inovo there fiom tho present loca tlon of the Pharmacy. O. N. St. Marie has purchased the stock of merchandise In the other part of the store, and will lake possession Immediately, moving ills family to the tenement over the store, Mr. and Mrs. Mollas will return to Bos ton. Mrs. Phoebe Leach died Saturday morning, May a, at her home with her son, Fred. She had been confined to her bed but a few days, Mrs. Leach was 76 years of age, and had lived In town about all of her life. She was the widow of A. J. Leach, and three children survive , her, F. .1. Leach of this place, AValler Leach, who has a position wltli the Flske .Rubber Co., of Springfield, Mass., and a I married daughter, Lillian, lesidlng in the west. Harvey Bolton of Springflcn!, Mass,, was In town 011 business Thurs day and Friday. Philip I. Clark Iiuh bargained with Mr. and Mrs, 14. O. Had lock of Los Angeles, California, for the residence, and about 20 ncres of land in connection, situated on the northeily side of Railroad St., anil owned by tlio late II. C. Wilson at time oT his decease. The lire loss of Mrs. Louise Gilbert, proprietor of the Frontier House, was adjusted Wednesday. April 3 by Hat Inn W. Kemp, president of the Union Mutual Fire Insurance company, of Montpeller, in which company and the Vermont Mutual the property was In sured, The total amount of the In suiauco was paid on the building and contents, and $r damage to barn. Mrs. Gilbert loses heavily, above tho settle ment, as the Insurance was inadequate. Her mnther-lii-law, Mrs. Charles ailbert, who had her home lu tho hotel, has re ipoved to Westtleld. The gurage of Cleveland a Jacobs was broken Into Thm sday night throiigb iw window, which was pried up. Among property taken was a new set of taps, drill and so forth, and tho location and value of which waa appatently known by the entering party. Tailor Rooseau has re moved his shop to the second story of the Klklns barber shop building on Main street. He was located In the Frontier House al time of the fire. A telegram from MaJ. W. H. White, M. JD who has been In service in France In the medical corps, announce his arrival In New York ami says he expects to b here la a few days. CRAFTSBURY Mrs. Bertha Barllctte, accompanied bj hcr mother, Mm. Jessie Goodwin, left Friday afternoon for Morrlsvllle. Mrs, Frank Spring, wilt, waa 111 with influenxa last weok Is Improving. Dora Gallagher returned from the Fanny Allen hospital April .10, where she underwent an operation three weeks ago. Mrs. N. G. Sawyer, Mrs. Machcnder and Mrs. Flora Chaffee were business visitors In Hard wick, Saturday. The remains of Mrs. Tossle Hoyt Hatch were brought from Cabot Saturday and laid In the family lot. Mr. and Mrs. A, G. Buchnnon left April 30 for Orleans, where they will spend sometime. Bornlce Wlnget was a guest of hcr paicnts In Lowell last Sun day. Mahlon and Harris Gage from Waterbury were week-end guests of their pnrents, Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Gage. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Kidder brought the remains of their Infant here for burial Saturday. New side walks are being built In Craftsbury village. George Henry Chosse passed through a serious operation at his homo for appendicitis last Thursday. Dr. Allen of St. Johns bury performing I he operation. Miss Powers Is caring for him. Harlan Gage came Saturday from St. Johnsbury and returned Monday, accompanied by his daughter, Dorothy, and his mother. Mrs. K. N. Nelson was lu St. Johnsbury, Fri day, on business. Mrs. Klla Howard re turned from Boston, where she has been spending tho winter, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Atwell left Monday. Mrs. Cobb loft the first of this week to be a guest of hcr daughter, Mrs. Potter of Albany. LOWELL- Miss A'iola Smith and Burton Powers were united In marriage April 23 by the Rev. Mr. Howard. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Pope and children have gone to Lowell, Mass., where Mr. Pope has employment. Mary Klizabeth Parkhurst of North Troy spent the week-end with hcr grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Sanborn. Stephen McDonald went to Lcwlston, Me., lant week to visit his sister and other relatives. AVIlllam Gonyeau has rentod his farm to hla brother, Georgo Gonyeau, and has rented L. O. Sanborn's tenement and taken possession. Privates Fred McAllister and ErncBt Hlncs have been discharged and have returned to their homes. They were In a division that camo from overseas. The Lowell Free Public library has been moved from the home of Mrs. L. L. Cross Into a room in the town house and Mrs. Austin Blake has been appointed librarian. GREENSBORO Mrs. O'Brien and daughter, Mrs. George Marshall, are visiting their old homo In Canada for a few days. Several from town attended the auction sale of personal propertyat the Manly Allen plane in Hard- wick Saturday. Mrs. Lilla Perraln re turned from Jericho the last of the week. where she has been caring for her mother. Mrs. Pettle. H. A. Harrison, road com missioner, has commenced work on the highway. Wesley Lamonda returned Fri day having been discharged at Camp De vens. He has been overseas about IB months and waa a member of tho 26th division. Carroll A rial r, another member. returned the laat of the week. Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Plnney are visiting Mr. Tin ney's sister, Mrs. Helen Jackson. Edwin Hopkins, clerk of the St. Johnsbury House, is stopping for a few days at Cas pian Lake House. The Rev. S. F. Achen bach of Freyburg, Me., a former pastor of the Congregational Church here. Is vis iting among his many old friends for a few days. Mrs. Kate P. Goss returned from Lyndonvllle, where she has spent tho winter and opened her house here. DERBY. K. c. Hastings has returned from Brlghtlook bicipital much Improved in health. There was a big crowd at the Rebekah's May ball. The proceeds were about U1. Mrs. Anna M. Tliley has come to spend the summer with her daughter, Mrs. Carlton A. Adams. Mr. and Mrs. Putney of Newport, N. H.. are visiting their son, Kdward Putney. Raymond Jenne has returned from France and is visiting his mother, Mrs. Susan Jenne. Rutland County BRANDON Neshobe Grange held a dance Wed nesday evening In Grange ball. AVllllam McConnell and nurse. Miss Rtta Grover, have returned from California, where they spent the winter. Mr. Mc Couuoll Is in very feeble health. The annual meeting of the Ladies' Cemetery association was held at the home of Mrs. K. S. Marsh on Pearl itreet and the following officers were elected: President. Mrs. K. 3. Marsh; vice-president, Mrs. Alice P. 8praue; secretary, Mrs. F. K. Klngsley; treasurer, Mrs. E. H. Button. Mrs. Cora Gipson was elected a member of the executive com mittee for three years. The executive committee Is as follows: Mrs. J. AA Kstabrook, Mrs. B. M. R. AVIHey, Mrs. Helen Peck ami Mrs. Glpson. John Oram, son of Mrs. J. C. Oram, who has heen In Italy with the American army for a number or months, returned Fri day night at his home here. The annual meeting of the Citizens' and Soldiers' association is postponed to Tues- nay evening, .May 13. at eight o'clock nt the office of Frank AVIlllams. Theio will be a special mcntiug of the Women's Auxiliary and the Altar Guild of St. Thomas' Church to meet Deaconess Louisa of Burlington on Frl- nay afternoon at three o'clock at the I rectory. It Is hoped there will be ai large attendance. Miss Inex Carroll ' has accepted a position with tho .SI sh ire Breeders' Association In Us office here. The selectmen have made a contract with tl.e Standard Oil company to apply oil to the village streets with a pres sure oiler about June 1. From now until that time water will be used to lay the dust. Adam Center has re turned from Daytona, Fla.. where he hai been passlpg the winter. There will be a baseball game this after noon al 3:S0 o'clock on AVinslow's field be tween the local high school team and the mtarord nujh school, George H. Young and Mrs. AV. H. Wrdlght have returned from the West, where they have been. Mrs. Wright bus been spending several wecKs wan ner sou In Kansas and Mr. A'oung has been on a business trip through tho AVest.-Thore will be a ieg ular meetlug of Silver Lake Lodge, K, of P., this evening. The rank or esquire will be conferred 011 a clasa of candidates after which refresments will be served. AVord has been received of the safo ar rival from France of Reginald Ray, son of T. W, Ray of this towii.-Mr. and Mrs. James Martin of Pearl street have return ed after sendlj.n the winter In Albany, N. A', Mrs. James Ryan was taken AVeil nesday morning to Burlington, whero she will undcrgonn operation. At the meeting of Neshobe Grange to be held Saturday evening the first and second degrees wilt be confer) ed on a laige class of caudl date. The annual meeting of the Bran- don Cemelsry association waa held Tues day afternoon In the office of Frank W. Williams and the following trustees and officers were elected: Trustees, K. .1. Ormsbee, W. D. Nutting, F. H. Farrlng- ton, T. W. Rogers, George 11. Young. The officers elected were: President, B, J. Ormsbee; secretary, Frank AV. AVIlllams; treasurer, F. H. Farrlngton; auditor, G. F. Young, The trustees aro the execu tive committee. The annual meeting of the Woman' Missionary society of the Congregational Church was held Tneeday afternoon at the home of Mm. J. B, Bis bee on Park street. The following officers were elected: President, Mrs. James H. AVhelden; vice-president, Mrs. F. AV. Brlggs; secretary, Mrs. Fred B. Sumner; treasurer, Miss Edith Howe. Mr and Mrs. D. E. Beiden and daugh ter, Mabel, Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Beldnn, Arthur Graham and Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Johnson went to Fair Haven Thurs day to witness the play, "An You Like It," played by the high school students. Charles Patterson of Orwell was In town Friday. He has recently bought 11 farm of 400 acres, for which ho paid $1C,000. Mrs. Ella Patterson has been in Orwell the past week visiting hcr son, Charles Patterson. A. F. Wilcox and wife, who have been In Southern Pines, N. C since last November, re turned to Benson Saturday. They have Improved In health and are much de lighted with the South. The Rev. AV. II. Goodman of Fair Haven preached at the Methodist Church Sunday morning. Dr. J. I'. Newton passed AVedticsday and Thursday In Fair Haven on busi ness. Mrs. Amos Pierce of Temple dis trict Is visiting her son, Harvey Hulett. Paul R. Walker, who has served in the artillery overseas for over a year, has arrived home. He Is tho son of R. R. AValker, formerly postmaster in Benson. Miss Mildred Bishop of Hor tonvllle was In the village Saturday. Frank Charlton of Orwell went to Fair Haven Saturday and brought home a load of woven wire. Mrs. Bush, mother of AV. R. Bush of Benson, came up from Fair Haven Saturday and Is at the Mountain View Stock Farm. Ber nlco Hayes and Abner Edwards of Fair Haven and John Badlam of Rutland wero at the Mountain View Stock Farm Saturday to Inspect tho plant. FORESTDALE. Mrs. J. A. Murray has returned from Albany, N. A., where she passed the win ter. Miss Zylpha Sessions of Burlington Is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wil liam Sessions. Howard La France has moved Into the house recently vacated by Charles Ca pen. Gordon Sessions of the V. V. M., Burlington, is at his home, ill with the mumps. Miss Arda Whitney of Rutland Is visiting her cousin, Miss Alice Brown. Mrs. Fannie Carr and son Marcus have returned from Rutland, where they have been several months. Frank McDonald lias received word that his son, Frank has arrived at Camp De vens from Frnnce. The funeral of George Barnes, who died at his home south of . t'" village Saturday, wa held at' tho houso Tuesday nfternoon, the Rev. L. M Hayes officiating. Interment was in For esldale. Russell Williams died at the home of Mrs. Maria AVIlllams, May B, of general debility, aged S6 years. Ho Is married by two brothers. Warren of Crown Point, N. Y and Bramau of Bran don. Tho funeral was held at the house Wednesday afternoon, tho Rev. W. T. Weston officiating. Interment was In Sud bury. Oliver La France met with quite an accident Monday morning while waiting at Cole & Howiand's garage in Brandon, a large touring car ran into him and pin ned him up against a bench. Dr. Ksta brook was called and found no bones broken, but he was badly bruised and will be confined to his bed for some time. Washington County MONTPELIER Divorce cases were the only matters under consideration In Washington county court Saturday morning, a re cess for the week-end having been taken until Tuesday morning. Alleged contempt of an order of the court rela tive to alimony In the divorce granted laat term to Mary Cook from John Cook occupied considerable time. The hearing on alimony In the case of Mrs. Joseph LeBrlque vs. Joseph LeBrlque took place the same morning. Papers were recently served In this case. The case of Hattle Caustls vs. Clayton Caus tls, which waa heard last term and continued because the place where the children were to be kept did not satisfy the court, waa re-heard last week, tho testimony being read by the court re porter, the matter of the children being; left out of the case. The case of Grace F. Galaise vs. Henry Galalsc and Ellen Emery vs. Oscar Kraery were also heard Saturday. C. A. Lang has been elected chair man. Charles Roble secretary and W. K. Stockwell assistant secretary of the local organisation which will look after the Redpath Chautauqua In Montpeller the coming summer. George Haseltine, representing the company, was here Friday evening explaining to the local guarantors the program that will be carried out. Merrill Griffith will be out of the Montpellwr Seminary basoball team the remainder of the season because of a broken wrist received while sliding into second base one afternoon last week. He was showing up finely in right field. He will be able to attend classes, but will havo to give up his sports for the rest of the season. Mr and Mrs. E. E. Allen of Boston are stopping at the Pavilion for a short time while they locate a home here. Mr. Allen Is a salesman and will move his family here. Mrs. F. K. Lowe has been named as chairman of the women's committee which will conduct the Salvation Army drive for funds which will bo con- duct pd as soon as tho Victory Liberty Loan drive Is completed. G, K. AVoods of Boston, an engineer of the C H, Tenney company of Bos- l .1 1 1 1 in wwiiip. ....... , , , . . w . ...... the traction and power companies which I the Tenuey company manage In this section of Vermont. W, A. Herrlck. aged W years, died at his home in Berlin Wednesday night April 30 following a short illness. He was JO years old April 30. Thirty years of bin life bo pased iu Cabot, where he wae u farmer, then he came to Montpeller and had lived 011 the road between Mont peller and Middlesex for about :iu years on a small place that he purrhafed. His wife Is his only surviving relative other than nephews and nieces. The funeral I took place Saturday. Adjutant Goneral H. T, Johnson has re- ipimu ii. l. .ii..- iiu.".c. uuj. " . . ton to participate in the parndo nt thei,,,,. .,,. ,,.., ... ,., nf ,ha ,,., expense of the State, as provided under a law enacted dining the last few days of the session a total of 01 so that the appro priation of Jt.OOO was not all needed to cover the expenses of the trip which amounted to about $12 per man. Major L. S. Tlllotson line been dis charged from the regular army and has returned to Montpeller, He expects to take up the practice of law , The funeral of Dr, frcntlss J, Kent, who died Sunday, took place Tuesday morning and the body was taken to Burlington for burial in the family lot besldo the deceased's first wife. Mr, Kent, who was a native of Calais, was educated In the schools of that town and then iu the medical department of the University of Vermont, Ho also attended a medical college In Michi gan, He served two ycaia as n sur geon In the Civil War and upon his re several years In Burlington and Ar ouvnivi, niic ivi.iu.i 1.0 .vo l iu . . j ."qui ,vl w i.Lcr 1. ri.i r.i f.L.i... n.n n" .,uu wiiu vrnn v.. n.rL vincni.L. win nt. water Kent of Philadelphia. Mrs. AVllllam M. Miller, whose husbai .tin t , . ., . , . , her mother were carried tn ltentni. hn pltal a fow days ago for raro and tree ment. Mrs. Miller was a native of Mon ter of Mr. and Mrs, Louis Greenwoo LV II (II I IL'U. Ilt'l II KM rtH I Mil I V IV I relative Is her mother, who is lu po' ji. j. c h 1 , ...li.riT.. w minw. morning. The body of Ira Kellogg was taken t... -I .. t 11. jti 1 ... 1 r . i. i . 1 Ml'lIlK it nllUf L L1II1H LiierH 1UT LI U&.LII.C of tuberculosis. Ho was 2S years of a native of North Lawrence, N. 1., ai as far as is known hcr has no survlvlt town. Court helng In session and Judge F. I I'lsh attending a part of the opening that court and the reading of opinion . In the morning, the divorce case its ..it" luu 1. , n npiiiinn.p ir ... . army of the nation, but It Is not undo ,1- lilou m. ...JjrULIUU LU 11 presentation of the petitioner's case. the election nf rt r tl.i .,.,.. ,! na ,. commissioner of Montpeller took plac tr.. i...- , . ...v. .1...;.'..-, u. ... J.l.i.lt. WHU .11 ... .lien .Lfev ..LDuiuLiniin uver i.ie oca nn nn.ni...i of Mr. Gllnncy will ho adopted at tl next meeting. The city property commt tee announced the appointment of L. 1 uiiiwi. . jniniiii ui Lilt; vlLy xiajl. Ll remainder of thn meeting was spent i.iniiH 10 improve sireeis ana ihkp ca of matters that were left over from tl council of 191S. Th D. M. Miles Coal company Barro has filed with the secretary state an amendment to the articles corporation which provide that the cap tnl stock Is increased to $30,000. lilt: juuKets ui. u.-fllllglun couill court yesterday rooming cleaned up in, nt tl.nl. n a ! n t. c, a . . .-A n ... . 4 nl v. i n... i.itim.vu. 1 ma iiiu.i.i ...a,,, uivuiivn iiuu Ktct.iirui iii.h 1 eluded: Little vs. Little for intolerab HI. 11.1. MI. II, UU11UU1IC1 . Vfl. lIf.f. ..i.ii.i...... ,n ..tin . . ... ti.. Intolerable severity, petitioner to restni her maiden name; Crouse vs. Crous Liiuuiii 1 iuiriuovii .s. t.uuuuiuii, .?m; tin... IlnT .. TtA.ln- X.. I rt I Ll . v yn, 1 1ULIU1, , iiiluiUirtlil PC.e ity, custody of two minor children petitioner; Lowe vs. Lowe, intolerab sevunij iinu cusluu ui minor cnimre latlon; Farquharson vs. Farquharso children to petitioner; Troup vs. Trou child; Sawyer vs. Sawyer, intolerab severity; Bean vs. Bean, desertion; Ba cneiuer vs. uatcneiacr. mtoiera vs. .Magoon, intoieranm seventy, custoi KIL I.11J1UI LJ.ll.UI "-'ll. H 111. .II1I.1U1I3 . -LU.I UI IIIIIILL Villi.. IIIIU I.IIIUIIJ. L.IILU1L . Chase, refusal to support and custody oesenion: miaer vs. uuaer. oeseruo son vy. Johnson. Intolerable sevorit in .ip iiPL.n-ir maiipr inn rnsn w continued for proof as to adultery. ii.ii u.iiiiaun yd. luai. uiaiin inn uiiii ment of marriage occurred. SOUTH WOODBURY & M. llicu iiv.i all 1 if x lis k uiiuvr in iu vy ft bronchitis and asthma and confined ter. Is caring for her. L. C. Swain's frnm an nHnrli n f mtarrifll nnpl.iriAni NORTH FAYSTON. 111 nnmii HVKinii t up nasi. wrk. a unit ... r M . ... . 1 . , trai.iiem M.I.U BU Mcrlden and Merlin, attended tl ball game lu Barre Saturday. Private Clifford Durkee and Ml sister, Mrs. .lonn Hcrrman, a re days the past week. Private Durke who was overseas from the nnt Afivpninpr mil . hh un. ri.tr, iltl-ci his discharge and ro-enllsted for year. He Is at home on a 30 day fu hand. Mrs. Stella Boyce expects to tn Springfield, Mass., the laat of th week. Guy Hunt of AValtsnelrt In town Sunday. Armur .eiu aj son. Raymond, and AVllllam Griffin Moretown were In town Sunday MORETOWN. 4,, , ,u .1 ... p, vt.vn.,.. I u.aa rfti.nlvnil Sntnrrlnv tiv M. R. ( 111 ohriirnian nr inn i.in nn 1 .oh n lu 1 mittec: "Hearty congratulations vmi vniir i.inerrv nAti associates ai f UUl vu.llll.lllll.J ,l.....f . - l.tllU.ll. Ill .Twin. ,r.p..lU ....... Dean, rliiilrmnii or tne a strinuti , . , coinu. itee rs. . . a.u a.... ... C. AV. AVard spent AVednesday ai lOUIfllWJ ... Ulll HIlUlUll, ..H-ll I III noin nones 01 nis icii wrist ouiii MliuuiK .'.-.ne i'iih-iiio til. iimiiinj, Mrs. J, A Bates visited her parents Rlchford last week. Mr. and Mrs. Wilcox and Mrs. S. Wilcox were l.V 1. tl. LU.1IIL! . .1IIHH LIU1U. IV .-IT man. who has been sumilvliiir in t hg returned to her studies at Mon neiier seminary jura. iora cnaniDe farm on South' Hill. Doranco Ward nacv IMYiii.iliAtr t Ii a ninnthlv VtltsattiA meeting of the AVomnn's Communi social club, Tuesday evening. May 1 at 7:30, Gerald Clark of Montpell visited ut bis home hero last wee Chllds were lu Montpeller, Tuesday. catrler for route two. Mrs. M, Davis has returned from waitsfte where she spent the winter with h .11IL.K1.LBI. Allfl. UUl... IV! ..k.nuuL . -A Misses Klla Somerville. Mattle Some ai vi . a. iiiiiKRDiirv s. f-tunnnv. and Mrs. Howard and daughter, Ma I.