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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS AND TIMES: THURSDAY. MAY 15, 1919.
9 IINDUSTRY'SI I COMMERCE j AGRICUI.TURE ' j' One-third of the Directors of every Federal reserve bank represents in dustry, commerce and agriculture, for whose benefit the Federal Reserve system was mainly created. Through them our business men may feel assured that their point of view is rep resented in the management of our Federal reserve bank. The larger the system the greater will be its benefits to business men. You can directly in crease its resources by depositing your money with us, since for your protection we keep on deposit with our Federal reserve bank a part of every depositor's balance with us. Are you doing your share in supporting your system ? MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE ,w SYSTEM Howard National Bank Did you over stop to think how fast some people are get ting rich on what you and some others squander? Start a sav ings account with this bank next pay day. City Trust Company (Continui'il from piiKf three) 'rivatc Sargent landed In New York April after solving in France since last Sep- ember. At Morrlsvllle 1'rlvale Sargent isneu nis uncie, waiter sargent aim liuuiic. i uiiit: riw iii'ill 1:1 Wiu ki.iiiiu-.uii ho Civil War. Private Frank X. Perry iiu leturned home, having received his n.vciinrgu iiuin v amp j-imciis .uirr nu- .. j It. 1.'...,....,. t.. !..-. ill-lrl flftl.l MvtUl,.1t. n l.Vllf.ll ,1.11..- tri'r ill inn .ill. . :i urn if Mil I :u i 1 v. wimil noHf !iv 11 irlit nn a titlsmnss inn 10 f.ns- nn Willtnni fnnns. former v nf lluver- 1 , L-l... 11.1 .,1 . owing have been appointed a committee or ine oanquut lur uie. annual im-i-iiuK ion by the uniicci aiu: .mm. name uoup- nss. Mrs. Addin Simmons. Mrs. 1211a .aturh la having treatment for a cataract r inn marv j' iiiilii(.t uuhdii.u in jjuiim.;- . 11 t in .iili uf 11 limit i. ucrMi.t.. iu 3...ll,,r..,. ii'lim'n AT fa -Afr.r"ltn ..VTll.Pt.wl undergo a surgical operation at the Im.ir l. nlnhnn IftUlt IFI 1 f. V fl I T f) t Nil T- 'ont nnil two children nf Waterliurv were I'lUUt tioiium i. mi. t"""" ' name io wurh iiie iih&l iu lutno. .i n Mrs, II. K. Shaw, chairman of war ..(Mi ftift fnllnwlnrr chiilrmen: Helvldero. Thomas of .leffcrsonvllle: Eden, 13. J. .lit... ... - 1ln.,.. II. ll.l I. I'. Crosby, superintendent of schools; lohnson, the Rev. F. W. llazcn; Morris own, the Ilev. W. T. Ilest; Htowe, .Mrs. .n ii uouiriass: aiervnic. .inn. u. -u. nstln! Wo cot . .Mrs. ueorco .M. loung. Mrs. Shuw, accompanied by Mrs. U. C tones ot Watcrbury, chnirman for the ho county Tuesday. Elmoro being the .1 ! I ..'111.1 ..P 1 1 I.. II., Is passing a vacation of several nd Mrs. Forrest Wilkins. Mips Wilkins' rilUllU. J. 11111.1 WIM-Ml, WHO ill 1JUI1I lltllllt-U nil... Gt..nr. llrAlnnt. iT...llvn.l Q r.fl n u tlwilf ""harlos II. Hosmer, who passed the wln- l!I 111 llUnillll. II. .A I ULlll IlL'Ll 1IWII11. .Ulf. Hosmer remains In Boston until July. Kurprlso party given to l'rlvato Emmons W. Sargent at the. homo or his the evening ot nis return irom l amn man s rciaives ana menus, uaincs wcro played and refreshments were terved. Ambrose McManls and Frank X. Ferry. Friends from out of town weio Mr. Sar- Bcnt s unclo and aunt, .Mr. and .Mrs. Knapi who has passed the winter with his father and sister In Daytona, Fla., has returned to the homo of his foster parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Sanborn. Mrs. I.ucy I.alvln returned Tuesday to her homo In Hartford, Conn, ISert Phelps of North Troy has visited his mother, Mrs. Susan Shepard, this week. Mrs. Shcpard, who has been 111 with bronchial pneumonia, Is suffering from the effects of hardcnlntt of the arteries. Kueno and Frank Ualley were In Albany Wednes day on business connected with tho set tllnti of their father's estate. Mr. and Mrs. .1. F. HodKo of Watcrbury Center, who called on friends in Stowo Wednes day, wero accompanied by their cousin, Wilbur H. UIroIow, HuperllitendJiU of the Salem (Mass.) hospital, who lemalncd to visit relatives a few days. .Mrs. Abide Warren is training slowly and is ablo to sit up a part of the time at tho homo of her daughter. Mrs. Henry Lurk, In West Lebanon, X. H. On account of the ex press handlers' strike It has been neces sary to send the pioducts of the Mt. Mansfield creamery by pat eel post, Fifteen bundled pounds of butter were sent In that way Monday and Wed nesday, Mr. and Mr. A. I'. GeoiKe of SttrllnK wero visitors at the homo of their daughter, Mrs. A. ,1. Masoon, Wed nesday. Tho l?ev, Thomas Sims, accom panied by the Hov. M, H, Itacon, can vassed ainoufT the members of the Con Kregatlonal Church and conKrcuallon In tho Interests of the I'IIki'Iid Memorial fund, Mrs. Mao Straw McQuade, who Is recovcrhiR from a rerlous operation, at her homo in Chicairo, expects to bo ablo to corno to Stowo next week. Orange County ItANDOLPH jlss Ktta Ctiamberlln, a teacher In Montpolicr, camo Friday for a short stay hero with Mrs. O. S. Chambcrlln nnd Miss Mary Pratt, and on Saturday nlRht left to resume her work early in the week. Mrs. Belle Dunn, who has been here from Ware, Mass., to visit her mother, Mrs. Priest, at the home of Mrs. Lucius Goodhcart, left Thursday for Worcester for a short stay, Arthur Oslia of Rochester v.'is In town Saturday on a business trip and also to call upon his brother. Mrs. Louvan lingers, who lives at tho home of .ludsc Howell, re turned Saturday from a three weeks' stay in Woodstock, where she has been with her son and family. The Silver Cress Circle .of tho King's DaURhters held a food sale in the Stockwell block Saturday, from which It realized about $32. with which to enrich tho treasury. A. T. Xeff had an auction In the rear of the Union block on Saturday after noon when many farm Implements were sold. F. II. Packard was tho auctioneer. Mr. Xeff's family Is in Boston, and It Is expected that he will soon follow. Silas Chadwlck, who lives with his daughter, Mrs. Goodheart, on the Brain- trcc road, has been ciulte 111 with a severe cold, but is Improving. Ills son, Jrvlnpr Chadwick of Boston, was in town over Sunday to visit him. The Itandolph Inn is now running under tho manage ment of Mr. and Mrs. C. It. Stele with more than average success. Last week being tho first week, with new help In many places, the venture was surely an experiment, but the result is more than satisfactory. A good patronage and service have been tho result thus far. The pulpit of Bethany Church was filled Sunday in the absence of the Itev. Fraser Metzger by tho llev. L. G. Chaso of the Fast Bralntree and ""West Brookfleld Churches. Miss Susie Burridge, a Bed Cross nurco at ttahway, X. .1., has been hero on a 17-day leave of absence, at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Burridge. She arrived In time to attend tho wedding of her brother, Frank Burrldgn, and Miss Xlna Cox. Mrs. G. A. Chedel Is In Cambridge, Mass., where she Is visiting her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Flint. A. E. Batchelder, who has been pain ing tho winter at his winter homo in Dunedln, Fla., arrived Sunday night and will open his place on the Highlands for the summer. Elmer L. and Mary C. Washburn of Brookfleld have sold their farm to Georgo Linton of this place, who will occupy the same. Mr. Linton gave iu exchange hia house on the Itowoll addition, which ho has lived In for somo tlmu nnd which ho built a tow years ago. William Blanchard after a two weeks' stay here with his mother, Mrs. C. K. Root, left Monday for Xew Haven, Conn., where he will remain temporarily and may locato there permanently. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Bundy after passing the winter hero went to St. Jobnsbury to make a per manent home, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Bundy have been occupying the tene ment formerly rented by D. B. Cassldy, during the last few weeks, and Mr. Bunday )na been employed at the co- opciatlvc creamery. Tho Jtev. William A. Shaw of St. Albans preached at tho Methodist Church Sunday evening and hold the first quarterly conference fol lowing. In tho aftoruoon Mr. Shaw preached at Bethel Gllead and in the forenoon was at tho Methodist Church at the Center. Juno 1 will be tho day which the Mothodlst Church here will celebrato as "Mother's day." Tho Rev. Joseph Hamilton reached his 80th birthday Monday and with Mrs. Ham ilton and his brother Matthew of Unity, Sask., went by invitation to pass tho day with the eldest son of tho former couple, Pliny Hamilton, nt White River Junction, where there will bo a birth day party composed of members of tho family. Tho brothers will proceed to Canada to visit an only slHter, and Mrs. Hamilton will join them at Xewport, whoro her son resides. Tho hitching rails on Main street are now bolng taken up and will bo placed In tho rail road yard near tho O'Connor block, Just a short distance across the track. This will add much to tho beauty of Main street and It is expected will not in convenience thoso driving Into town, as the dlstanro la not much farther. Miss Jessie Blanchard of White Rlvor Junc tion was hero for an over-Sunday stay with her parents, Mr, nnd Mra. John Ulanchnrd. Mr, and Mrs. X. C. Buck went to Burlington Monday nfternoon to attend tho Odd Follows meetings thli week and will return Friday night. Mr, and Mrs, 1", A. Salisbury and daughter, Miss IJleanor, and Mrs. Kdna Fairbanks left Tuesday morning for llurllugton, where the former will at tend tho Odd Fellow and Robekah meetings. Mrs. M, C. Rowell, who ac companied them, will remain iu tho city until Friday and return with tho party. Mr. and .Mrs. N. C, Buck loft Monday night for Burlington and will bo there through tho week In attend nnco at tho Odd Follows' meetings. Tho MIsbos Helen Davis nnd Mnudo John ston also wont on tho morning train to tho same place, Mr. nnd Mrs. Cady who recently returnod from their wed ding trip, after a short tlmo nt tho homo of Mrs. Mary Mills on tho Totman uddltlon, went to their now home In Northflold Monday, U. N. Rising, who was recently operated upon at tho sani tarium, 1b now ablo to bo on tho street and Is much Improved In health. Mr. and Mrs. John Mannoy and daughter havo taken rooms In tho old steam laun dry bulldlug, which has been remodeled Into a comfortable apartment. Dr. H. W. Holdon Is ngaln able to bo out, after an operation performed upon his throat a few days ago, Mr. and Mrs. A. 11. Becdlo went to South Uoynlton Wednesday to visit relatives, returning that night. Mrs. Kmogcnn Buck, wlfo of X. C, Buck of this place, past assembly president, re ceived the decoration of chivalry Tues day night at tho State meeting nt Bur lington. Mrs. Buck Is tho first from this lodge to receive this honor nnd Fern Lodge of this place Is Justly proud of tho honor conferred. Fern Rebekah Lodge hold Its regular meeting Tues day evening, with a small attendance. .Mrs. Oeorgo Farr of Hancock, who has been hero with her son, Claude Farr, at tho sanitarium, left Wednesday. It Is thought that Mr. Farr Is Improving slowly from his late serious accident, nnd It Is hoped ho may fully recover In time. Mrs. Cottrcll nnd son of Palmer. Mass., who havo been with the former's sister, Mrs. John Bass, for several days, left Wednesday. David Hamilton, who has received his discharge, Joined his wlfo here this week nnd Wednesday went to West Hartford for a short stay. Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton havo not decided where they will locate. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Fish, who havo accepted work In Springfield, are in town to attend to tho transportation by truck of their household goods. Mrs. R. G. Morton went to Woodstock Wednesday to visit her sister. Mrs. King. Mrs. A. C. Tcmpleton wont to Montpellor Tuesday to remain until Saturday to visit her mother, who is in reeble health. RANDOLPH CENTER. Allen McMurphy, who was overseas with tho 101st ammunition train, Is hero for a week or two. A daughter was born last week Wednesday to Mr. and Mrs. Wosley T. Abcll. Mrs. Herbert Barker and two children Joined tho Rov. Mr. Barker at tho Randolph House Satur day. They will soon move Into tho par sonage. Dr. Shaw, district superinten dent, preached at the Methodist Church Sunday. Elmer Washburn has sold his farm to Mr. Linton of Randolph village. Mr. Washburn will move to tho village to live. H. H. Gibson has moved his family from Montpeller and they are now occupying rooms In tho dormitory. Al bert Carron, who has been seriously ill nt the dormitory for several weeks, was able to leave for his home In Orleans Friday. Orleans County WESTFIELD Several of tho enterprising men of the town havo been considering building a bobbin mill. As yet tho mill is in tho nir, but tho optimistic are expecting to begin before long. Last Friday was visiting days in tho schools. The Rov. W. G. Macfarlane Is planning to attend tho State Congregational conference held nt Essex Junction, May 22-21. Miss Bohan non, business training teacher at Xorth Troy, was a week-end guest of Mrs. W. D. Bell. Harrison Streeter, who has been boarding with E. II. Hitchcock the past year, went back to his own house last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Clcon Seavcr of Xorth Troy spent Sunday with their sister, Mrs. W. O. Wright. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Gray of Waterbury spent two days last week with their son, Maurice. Des pite tho cold weather, Sunday saw a large number of cars racing through tho village all day and far into the night. Mr. and Mrs. McCuen and daughter and two children of Johnson spent Sunday with their daughter, Mrs. Maurice Gray. Herbert Longley was home from lrasburg, Sunday. Miss Xatalic Bailey taught the Mill district school last week. On Monday, Mrs. Hayward, wlfo of the Rov. Charles E. Hayward of Xorth Troy began teaching for the term. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ramsdell of Xewport visit ed Mrs. Herbert Longley, Sunday. II. L. Longley was at home from Irasburg, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. McCuen and Mrs. Welch and two children of Johnson spent Sunday with Mrs. Maurice. Gray. Tho M. L. A. S. will meet with Mrs. Erwln Clark next week Wednesday. CRAFTSBURY E. V.'. Hardy was doing business In Greensboro a few days last week. Fred Kelr of the 26th' Davlsloii, accompanied by his wife, camo Friday to his homo hero to reside. Mr. and Mrs. Stickney from Ontario, Can., are guests of their uncle, S. A. Gage. Men of tlfis com munity sirent another day last Friday repairing sidewalks, the 'Earnest Work ers" furnishing their dinner. Miss Maud Mooney loft Monday for Concord. N. II. Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Wheeler, late from lberta, Is calling on friends in this town. Victor Gilbert has rented the Allen Plko dace. Mother's day was observed in tho Methodist Episcopal Church by an ap propriate and Interesting sermon by tho pastor, the Rev. O. B, Wells.-Mrs. Jennie Hubbaul has finished her work at James iMiderson's and returned to her homo Saturday.-Miss Clara Collier, a returned missionary, will speak In tho Methodist Jipifecopal Church May 27 at 2:00 n. m. Mrs, Cora Mylie returned from Massa chusetts Friday and has moved her house hold goods to the homo of hor sister, Mrs. M. S. Sawyer.-Mrs. Lllla Mackcndcr and Mrs. Flora Plerco Chaffee woro week end guests of the Rev. and MrB. C. D. Pierce In Orleans. GREENSBORO Fred Mcsbcr and E. C. Klnnev of Montpeller were In town, Thursday, re turning Friday forenoon. They brought a new Ford truck to Mr. Bates at the creamery.-The .Fifth Liberty Loan was ipportionod to Greensboro at JlE.ono nmi tho people have subscribed $21,000. Greensboro haB gono far over tho top In ovory call made by tho government and lias iaKcn about 32.000 n bonds In nn several loans.-Earl Rodgers of Danville of tho 101st Maohino Gun Battalion, re cently returned from overscan Nervl visited his cousin, George Rodgers. the past week.-Trevor Blodgetl, recently ar rived hi this country from duty in France, visited his homo nt George Taylors last weok on a five days fur lough. Trevor had been in a hospital at Coblenz for several weeks prior to com Ing home and la at present under treat ment nt tho military hospital nt Camp Devcns returning there Mondny.-Tho young pooplo enjoyod a dnnco at town hall, Friday evening with a good attend mice and music by the Boy Scouts orchestra of Hnrdwlck.-Maurlce Good rich commenced his labors as rural car rier on the route from this village, Mon day. Miss Rota Miller tho retiring enr rior has given excellent service tho past thlrtoen months, during which time sho has ncted as substitute. The Rev S F Achenback spent the week with friend's In own, going to Barton, Saturday, whore he preached Sunday. LOWELL. Harris Shufelt, who hns been overseas about a year, returned homo last woek. dlschnrged.-Seth Hill of Johnson called on Comrade 11, H, Xewton, Sunday Miss G, U. Klngsland of Montpellor was In town last week repairing tho books owned by Lowell Public library. D. 1', Nnrrnmoro was In Bakctsflcld and St. Albans on business a few dnys last week. Roy Percy has rented the England tene ment nnd tnken possession. Mis. Cavls Toof ot Xorth Troy visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Sinclair, Sunday. Mr, and Mrs. R. V. Xewton nnd son, Robert, were tho week-end guests of Ids sister and family, Mr. and Mrs, Arthur Gelo. Mr, and Mrs. Marvin Germain of .Mont gomery Center wcro guests last week nnd over Sunday of Mr, and Mm, Fred Dlettc. Moses Chase has traded his farm situated In the west part of the town for William Kclley's village residence. Mr. and Mrs. D. V. Xnrrninoro wero business callers In Eden, Tuesday. Albion Steb bins of St. Albnns was the week-end guest of his purents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Stebblns. Rutland County BRANDON A telegram hns been received from the! war department announcing the death of Private Unrl C. Sisters In France on April 21 of pulmonary tuberculosis. Mr. Sisters was the son of Mr. and Mrs. X. Sisters of this town, lie was born In Huntington, February 1C, 1E0S. He camo to Brandon with his parents In 1913 and for a tlmo was employed at tho Brandon Publishing com pany and at tho Johnson Print shop. Ho enlisted In the army at Fort Ethan Allen July 8, 1010, and was sent to Fort Slocum. Ho was transferred to tho ambulnnco compaany, medical department nnd went to Texas and went to Franco with Am bulance company, Xo. 13, 1st division. At tho intcrscholastlc prlze-speaklng contest, held at West Rutland Friday evening, Brnndon, Fair Haven, Proc tor and West Rutland high schools par ticipating, Frank Button of tho Bran don high school won first prize of J3.00 for tin- boys. Tho first prize for girls was won by the Fair Haven high school and the second prize for boys and girls by tho AVest Rutlnnd high school. Tho Judges were II. O. Hutchinson, State supervisor of senior and Junior high schools, C. L. Leonard, principal of tho Troy Conferenco Academy, and F. C, Phillips, principal of Rutland high school. State Supervisor of Junior and Senior High Schools II. O. Hutchinson of Bur lington, Superintendent of Schools Dar ling. Principal Bodln nnd the prudential committee of Ludlow and Mr. Wlnchcon of Syracuse, X. V., wero visitors at tho local high school Friday. Tho commit tee from Ludlow was looking over the local school In connection with starling a senior and junior high school In Lud low. Mrs. C. H. Kclley, who has been spending the winter In Xow York city, has returned to Brandon for the summer. Mrs. C. A. Brush has gone to Sara toga, X. Y., where she will visit rela tives for a few days. The teachcr-traln-Ing class of the Rutland high school visited the high and graded schools hero Friday. Arthur Bowker ot West Rutland, who has Just recently been discharged from tho army after having been tevcral months overseas, Is visiting here for a few days. Robert Selllck of Rutland, who has Just received his discharge from the army after service overseas, Is visiting here. Henry Zelenko of Xew York city, who recently purchased the Bresee prop erty at Lake Dunmore, Js in town. Mr. Zclcnko is building a number of bunga lows and a largo dining hall nnd labora tory which will be UEed for tho housing of tho members of the boyh' camp, to be located at Lake Dunmore during the sum mer months. Mrs. S. W. Hilton and daughter, Evelyn, havo gone to Ayers Cliff, Can., to visit Mrs. Hilton's mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Ingalls. Poormaster Charles Churchill was taken Friday to the Mary Fletcher hospital, where ho will undergo an operation. Mrs. Joseph Beauregard was taken Friday to a hos pital In Burlington to undergo an opera tion. Miss Maud Crowfoot of Rutland spent Saturday and Sunday at tho home of E. C. Spooner. F. 11. Farrlngton left Tuesday for Xew York city to attend the annual meeting of the Guernsey Cattle association and from there will go to White Sulphur Springs, W. Va,, to at tend a meeting of the executive council of the American Bankers' assumption. Mr. Farrlngton represents tho banks of both Vermont and Xew Hampshire. E. II. Walker of Troy, X. Y spent Sunday in town. Herbert A. Durgey of Rutland spent Sunday here at tho homo of his fa ther, O. A. Durgey. W. H. Tarblo has bought the old Tarblo farm In Xorth Chit tenden of Herbert Sprague. Miss Etta Grovcr ot this town and Robert Browning of Wakefield, R. 1. .were married March 23, at Daytona, Fla., by tho Rev. James R. Lewis, pastor of tho First Congregational Church. Mrs. Browning, who has been hero for a Short time, will leave Wednes day for Wakefield, where sho will reside. Reginald Ray, son of T. W. Ray, who has been spending a fow days with his fa ther here, has returned to Cnmp Mills, X'. Y., where he expects to be In service for a few weeks longer. Ho has Just recently returned from France, where he has been for several months. C. IT. Robinson, whose hardware stock was destroyed by 111 o Friday has rented the basement of tho Hortonla Power com pany's block on Center street and will conduct his business there for the pres ent. A letter has been received by X. Sis ters, whose son, Private Earl C Sisters, died In Coblenz, Germany, on April 27, from tho chaplain of the regiment of which Privato Slsteis was a member. Ho stilting that Private Sisters was buried with full military honors at ten o'clock on a Thursday morning In the American cemetery at Coblenz, Germany, a largo number of his comrades attended the fu neral. Tho floral tributes were many nnd beautiful. Private Sisters died after a short Illness with pulmonary tuberculosis. Tho St. Mary's baseball team was de feated by St. Mary's team from Middle bury last Saturday on Wlnslow field, tho scoro being 33 to 1. Oliver A. Myntt, who recently resigned his position as manager of the Direct Importing company's storo has accepted a position In the bakery of W. T. Collins. There will bo a baseball game Saturday afternoon at three o'clock on Wlnslow's field between tho local high school and tho Mlddlchury high school. Mrs. James II. Cross of Greenfield, Mnss., Is sending a few days In town. The local high school hasolmll team will go this afternoon to Pittsford whero It will play the Pittsford high school team.-In-suranco adjusters are here adjusting tho fire losses of tho fire last week. Thus far tho settlements havo boon very satisfac tory and nro as follows: C. R. Prime 3.0(H) on block, full amount insured; L. A. So very $3,000 on block, full amount of Insur ance allowed; C. H. Robinson on stock ot hnrdwaro 0.300 on tho stock In the burned store. Theso are all tho settlements that have been mado at tins nine. Thoro will bo a special meeting of Silvor Lnko Lodge, Xo, 10, K. of P this evening nt eight o'clock. Tho rnnk of esquire nnd knight will be conferred on a class of candidates, after which refresh, monts will bo served, Word has been received from Frank Bnshaw that ho l now In Philadelphia. Ho recently returned from overseas, where ho has been for over a year, He hns been wounded nnd been III some of the hardest fighting. Forty members of St. Paul's Lodge, F. & A M.. went Tuesday evening to Orwell, whoro they were guests of Independence! Lodge of that place. The third degreo was conferred and a banquet served,-A tele phone hns been Installed In tho chapter house of Lake punmoro Chapter, D, A. R. Tho call Is l3-2.-Anilrew Cubb, who was arrested Sunday night, was fined $3 nnd costs, which was paid, Cobb, being a minor, disclosed on Claud Mies, who was In court Tuesday and fined for furnishing. Being unable to pay, ho was taken to the House of Correction by Constable Xlchols to servo n sentence of M days. Tho first and second degrees will bo conferred by Xeshobo Orange next Saturday evening, Mrs. V. H. Farrlngton Is In Xew York city visiting her Hon, Frnnk Farrlngton, Edward Chandler nnd Ernest Ayer lire Iu Burlington attending tho Grand Lodge meeting of the Odd Fellows. BENSON Maud Howe, who attends school In Poultnoy, Is sick with the measles. Schools will be closed this week on account of tho measles epidemic Hen rietta Holdon, who nttends school In Fair Haven, spent tho week-end nt hor homo on Main street. Mrs. Harry Howard and children, who have been visiting her sister In Washington, D, C, havo returned home. Earl Lockwood of Brandon was In town Saturday. W, R. Bush Is in Xow ,York to visit Mr. Parsons, who Is In a hospltnl there. George Eaton of Fair Haven Is working for Palmer Goodrich. Truxton Glfford of Horlcon has been visiting nt tho homo of his son, Ileman Glfford. Freeman Plue, who re cently returned from Franco and received his honorable discharge, Is visiting his grandmother, Mrs. Mary P. McDonald. Ashley Plue, who has been visiting his daughters In Washington, D. C. has re turned, John A. Brlggs of Ticonderoga Is at his farm on tho turn-pike. Mabel Beldon, tho daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Beldon, has tho measles. Washington County MORETOWN Tho week ending May 3 was centenary week In tho local Methodist Episcopal Church. Tho quota of $4,77S was over subscribed b more than $2,000. An inter esting fact revealed by tho canvass was that while the church membership totals 52 there wero 102 subscribers to tho cen tenary fund. During tho same week tho Ladles' Aid society received a gift of a $t,000 Liberty bond, to be known as "tho May Smith Wnrd memorial fund." The auxiliary of the Woman's Foreign Missionary society also received a gift of a 1,000 Liberty bond, to bo known as "tho May Smith Ward me morial fund." Tho church received a gift of 300 for a parsonage repair fund and bills to the amount of 100.M against tho church were cancelled. Miss Grace Bulkeley of Goddnid Seminary faculty spent the week-end at her homo In town. Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Wilcox and chil dren, Allen and Frederick, have returned to their homo In Qrecnflcld, Mass., after a brief visit with relatives In town They were accompanied by Mrs. S. Wil cox, who has been spending tho winter with Mr. and Mrs. Lanus Wilcox. Ros- well Child has enlisted In tho navy as an apprentice seaman and gono to Rhode Island to begin his training. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Flanagan have sold their farm to the Ward Lumber company. They have purchased tho Islah Austin houso In the village, where they will re side. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. McAllister have gono to Vergennes to resume their work at the Industrial school. Tho young ladles' class of the Methodist Episcopal Sunday school entertained their mothers Saturday evening at the home of Mrs. T. .1. Ferris. The Rev. and Mrs. Albert Abbott and children, Winston and Isa bella, visited relatives In Bnrro last week. .John McCarty has moved his family to the tenement recently vacated by Don Fielder. Miss Edna Waldo re turned Saturday from a brief visit at her home in Willlamstown. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Goss wero In Montpeller Saturday. Mrs. B. S. Xewton of Mont peller visited her sister, Mrs. P. E. Grif fith, recently. Eugene Xerncy and Miss Juno Foley of Granltovillc visited at P. F. Xorney's Sunday. Miss May Bat tles, who has bcon nursing In Boston, Is visiting- her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Battles. Beginning this week the Ward Lumber company Btoro will open Tues day, Thursday and Saturday evenings. Miss Evelyn Grlfllth spent the week-end In Montpeller. Miss Margnret Goss re turned to Barre Monday to resume her studies at Goddard Seminary after spending the wcok-end nt her homo in town. Mrs. J, O. Hasklns and Mrs. Gleiina Atkins nnd children, Breta and Roynl, of Waterbury were guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Child, Sunday. Dorranco Ward, who has been 111 with the mcaBles at Montpeller Seminary, was able to come homo on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Trumbull are visiting Mrs. Trumbull's parents, Mr, and Mrs. M. L. Freeman. .Mrs. A. H. Booth was 111 last week. Ensign Merlin B. Ward, U. S. X., who is now on the reserve list, Is a guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Ward. Corp. Schcley Warren has received his discharge from Camp Devens and has returned to town. Mr. and Mrs. War ren will live in Mrs. Ellen Palmer's house. Supt. W. B. Lance visited the vlllaso schools Wednesday. MONTPELIER Tho funeral of Xcwell S. Lord was held at the Volholm chapel at 10 o'clock Thurs day morning, the Rev, F, B. Leach of ficiating. Tho body of Mr. Lord nrrlved Wednesday from Chicago, where ho died May l and where ho had lived for matiy years. Ho was 77 years of age and was a native of Brandon, but lived for ninny years In Montpeller. He married Helen Redfleld, daughter of Sidney Rcdfield, who was a druggist In the city many years. He was a partner In the firm ot Soper & Lord In the early 70's In Montpeller, after which ho went to Chicago, where, during the latter part of his life, ho was in the Insurance business. His nenrcst surviving relative is Mrs. F. H. Kimball of Burlngton, who, with her husband, oame here to attend tho funeral. B. C. Wlnslow of Berlin has been en gaged as manager of the Washington County Fnrmers' Exchange, tnklng the placo of Earle Hayden, who resigned that ho might return to his farming. Mr. Win slow comes to tho new position without experience other than that ho obtained In tho University of Vermont, from which ho was recently graduated. Ho was In tho nvlatlon branch of Bervlcee during tho last year of the war. Tho town of Cabot has brought a suit against the town of St. Jobnsbury In gen eral assumpsit. It Is understood that It Is to recover the caro of a poor person. Tho samo town has also brought a suit against tho town of Lyndon. Both nro en tered In Washington county court. The Wolcott Dairy Co., Inc., has filed articles of association to manufacture dairy products In Wolcott, with a capi tal stork of 10,000. Tho papers are signed by C. W. Bonrdman, C. C. Young, W. M. Martin, and somo 20 others In Wolcott. A. B. Mooro has resigned as assistant chief of tho lire department after a ycar'8 service. Xo reason for his action is given. Earl Holmes of Johnson hag com menced teaching In Fairfield, having been elected to that (msltiou nt the meeting of tho State Board of Education In Sprlnglleld Friday. Matters con nected with tho routine of handling tho board's work were under consideration, wlillo tho plans under the new laws also wcro acted upon. A. E. Ball, who has been assistant secretary of the Vermont Muturo Fire Insurance company, nnd his family left Saturday for ForrlBburg, where they will mako their home, Mr. Ball having given up his position to caro for his patents, who havo a good farm In that town and who nro ndvnnclng In ngc, Dr. Charles Chandler arrived home . Sunday from his sorvlco In tho medical corps of tho army. 11c was a captain and spont several months In France. Ho brought with him many souvenirs which had been taken from the Ocr-!H mans, uno oi tneso waa n, ocii which ho presented to J. M, Boutwoll, n closo friend of the family. It was a snow whlto Italian bolt upon which had been placed somo CO relics taken from cap tured Germans, or those who had been killed In action. They Includo Iron croBscB, Iron cross bnrs, combined bar and Hcrvlce, with wound bars, and many other lnlsgnln. A son wns liorn Sunday to Mr. nnd Mrs. Claude Flshor. Several tons of old documents: wero dumped from the dome of the Stato Houso to tho portico of the building Tuesday and thou sold to L. Gould as Junk. Iu the plto wero many vnluable documonts, that Is to say, they would bo valuable for somo person for ref erence, but generally speaking they are worthless. It Is tho result of by gono years' accumulation for storago In tho dome and will bo tho ridding oi a Inrgo amount of lnflammablo ma terial. Richard Jerome, who was with tho 2Gth Division In France, has resumed his work ns clerk In tho Adams store, tho position having been held for him whllo ho was away. When ho returned nil ho had to do was rest a fow days and then commence work. Joseph Abalr has resumed his former employment for E. T. Seguln In the newspaper and periodical store. Enrico Gherlnghllll of 149 Berlin street died at his home Tuesday morn ing following a long Illness of tuber culosis. Ho was almost B0 years of ago and had lived in Montpeller for many years, although a natlvo of Italy. He Is survived by his wife and five children. These are John, Poter, Harry, Josephine and Rose. Ho was a granite cutter most of his life and had been employed In tho different stono sheds In the city, Including the National Granite shod, whero he last worked before ho was taken 111. His funeral will occur Thursday. Albert Johonnott, who has been In poor health Blnce tho death of his wlfo somo weeks ago, haB been low for a fow days. Ho Is over 00 years of ago and has been a prominent citizen of the city for a great many years. W. A. Lord, who has been suffering with a hard cold and high blood pres sure, is feeling more comfortable and able to bo about the house. Thomas Kecgan, who has been In poor health for many months, is very low." Lee S. Tlllotson, former ndjutant-gon-eral, will open a law otilce in Mont peller. Mrs. Angollne Gonyo, who Is over 100 years of ago and the oldest woman in tho city, is very low at the city farm, where she has resided for years. She has relatives in Xow Hampshire. In Montpeller city court Wednesday tho ense of the city of Montpeller vs. tho town of East Montpeller was tried. This is a suit brought by tho overseer of the city, G. F. Lackey, In which tho city endeavors to collect the sum of JOG for the care of the family of James Leno somo months ago. The town of East Montpeller denies any responsibility for payment. One of the features of the case will be the establishment of the residence of the Leno family, which, the city claims, Is and has been in the town of East Montpeller. A. H. Richards, who has lived in Berlin a short distance from Montpeller, died Wednesday morning following a four years' Illness of heart trouble. Ho was a native of Llsgar. P. Q., and a son of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Richards. Ho was born August 4, 1603. For 1 years he had lived near Montpeller, having been employed as a polisher In the granite business. Ho Is survived by his wife andl several sisters and brothers. These arer Mrs. Wilbur Carter and Mrs. Gertrude Brown of Wultham, Mass., Mrs. John Moore of Toronto, Can., Mrs. Harry' Morse of Xowark, X. J anrt Mrs. Mabel McGlbney of Montpeller; and two brothers, W. P. Richards of Sherbrooke, P. Q., and Arthur Richards of Llsgar, P. Q. The funeral arrangements are not yet completed. Thomas J. Kecgan, a long-time resident of Montpeller and many years employed In the Colton manufacturing plant, died at his homo on East Stato street Wednes day morning after a long Illness which dates back a few years to a shock that ho suffered. Death, however, was duo to tho hardening of- arteries and othor complications. The deceased was born In Wexford county, Ireland, but at the age of 20 years came to this country to live. Ho was first employed on the Hoosac tunnel but for 31 years was employed Irf the Colton plant. He was a member of tho Odd Fellows In Montpeller and at tended the Methodist Church. He Is sur vived by his wife who was Lllla E. Bus well and three children, Fred Keegan and Miss Laura Keegan of Montpeller and Harold Keegan of White River Junction. The funeral will take place at 2:30 o'clock Friday afternoon. James Marrlon, who wns many years In business in Montpeller as a painter, died Wednesday at a hospital In Boston, whero he had been for treatment for a year. He was a native of Whltefleld, X. H., born May 30, 1SCS, a son of James and Elizabeth Rooney. His father died when he wns a small nnd his mother married again then he took his father's surname, of Marrlon, by which ho has always been known. He wan a painter In Barre, Watcrbury and Montpeller, before going to Boston, where he has been in recent years employed In a garage. He Is survived by his sister, Mrs. .Mary Wright; two brothers, Michael Mar rlon and Jerry Marrlon of Montpeller, and a third brother, Frank, living In Hardwlck. The body will be brought hero for funeral services and It is now ex pected that the funeral will occur Satur day morning. WATERBURY. Mrs. Herbert Urecnleaf and daughter, Miss Irene Greenleaf, who wero called hero by the death of Mrs, Oreenleaf's sister, Mrs. Myrtlo Boyco Atkins, and havo been with Mrs. Edwin F. Palmer, have returned to their home in Waltham, Mass, Mrs. Arietta Boyco, who was also called from South Duxbury, has now gone to the home of Mrs. J, E, Crossett, "Miss Madeline Demorltt and Miss May dene Edwards were recently tnken 111 with scarlet fever. Those who heard tho Rijv. E. a. French of Danville at the Con gregational Church Sunday were much pleased with the ablo sermon which he gave. Xext Sunday there will bo a repre sentative of the Pilgrim tercenternary to speak at tho Sunday morning servlco in that church. The Ladles' Union met at tho homo of Mrs. W, H. Seabury yester day afternoon. Monday evening on In vitation of Mrs. R. J. Edward and Mrs. Craig, tho Methodist choir with a few neighbors, friends and relatives gathered at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Garvey as a surprise on their 23th wedding anni versary. About -W wero present, a very pleasant evening being passed, Vocal solos were rendered by Lloyd Squires and Miss Tyndall; clarinet solo by Everett Holmes, nnd flute solos by the Rev. George H, Locke. In behalf of tho com pany Mr. Locke also presented them with a nlco chair. Tho Rev. nnd Mrs. L. A. Edwards of Newport wero present. Chauncey Lyman, who has a responsible position iu charge of the bridge gang on tho C. V. R, R. was at his home with Mr. and Mrs. Orlo Ayers over tho weekend. Xews of tho birth of a son to Mr. nnd Mrs, Herbert Farnham of Morrlsvlllo Iihm been received. Mrs. Farnhnm was Harriett Bovco of this place. Mrs. W. J ( Uoyco Is with them. Francis Grout, win; m i10mo on a furlough, has re-enllstod for a year and will return to Tcxns, where he Is In tho cavalry. Mr. Orout looking flno nnd enjoying his work of driving team. C. II. Unities of Xnshun, X. II., who was In town Tuesday re ports that Mrs. F. E. Atkins hud Just urrlvcd nt his homo where he left. She will be tho guest of Mrs. Haines for a time. A messago from Mi's. E. S, Frary of Berlin, X. Y reports them nil well nnd anticipating a visit from her brother, Eugcno Lclghton, this week. Another brother, Lesllo Lclghton, of Pittsburg, Pa., Is In falling hcalth.-Mrs. W. L. Bolcourt received Tuesday a messago from the Xew York office announcing tho safe arrival of her husband overseas. Mr. Bolcourt sailed for Havre. WAITSFIELD. A. F. Lamb of Randolph was a busi ness visitor In town tho past week. Tho Rov. Orln Barnard was In town calling on old friends tho past week. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Xelll of Randolph wero guestt of relatives recently. Alex Anderson o Barre was a business visitor In town, Monday. Miss Lullo Jones spent Thurs day Iu Montpellor. Mr. nnd Mrs. Martin Chaffee of Watcrbury woro visitors In town, Thursday, , WARREN Mrs. G. H, Campbell was In Randolph several days the past week with her husband, who Is recovering from nn operation at tho sanatarium. Those from out of town to attend tho funeral ot Albert Murray wcro; Arthur Barnard of Orwell, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Luce of Ran dolph, Weston Minor of Montpeller, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Barnard of Brandon, Irvln Murray of Bristol, Warner Plerco of Lin coln, Mr. and Mrs. Alvaro Tucker of Wnltsflcld. Many of the people In town attended tho celebration in Montpeller Wednesday. W. .1. McGlaflln of North field was In town Thursday. Mr. Abbott of Randolph was In town several days tho past week. Mr. Bristol from Bristol was In town the past week and bought a largo drove of cattle. W. E. Moore was In Bnrro last Tuesday. Mrs. Mabel Tucker, who has been having an attack of grip, Is better. There will be services In tho church on East Hill Sunday and they will contlnuo during tho summer. Mr. Tabor of Roxbury will oniclate. Mrs. Albert Tucker Is In very poor health. NORTH FAYSTON Orra Wrlsley and son-in-law, Gaily God frey, went to an auction In Stowo Friday. Mr. Wrlsley bought several cows. Ed ward Bennett of AValtsfleld was In town a few days tho past week. Mr. and Mr3. Dean Staples of Barre visited at Eugene Griilln's Saturday. George Goodcll, a sol dier of the 26th division, is visiting his aunt, Mrs. Lllla Cota. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Granfield and two sons. Merlin and Merl den, and Harold Henry were In Montpellei Saturday. Mllford Granfield returned with them to spend Sunday with his pa rents. James Grillln and Ole Xellson wero In Montpeller Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wheeler are visiting their daugh ter, Mrs. Walter CorllJs in Warren, for a few days. Walter Rice, Irving Boyco and Arthur Fleming of Waltsfleld spent Sun day at Orra Wrlsley's. Mrs. Katie Boyca and son, Earl, of Waltsfleld were in town Saturday. Several from hero attended tho parado In Montpeller May 7. Mr. and Mrs. George Carey of Water bury were In town Sunday. They expect to move back soon to the farm owned by them. SOUTH WOODBURY Xews has been received of the death of William Vanlah Herrlck, recently, at his homo in Berlin. Mr. Herrlck waa born In this town 00 years ago on what is known as tho Herrlck placo on tha road leading to Irving Wilburs, and now a part of L. W. Haskill's farm. He lived In Cabot for about 30 years, moving to Berlin about 30 years ago. Ho will be re membered by the older residents as a nephew of tho Rev. Horace Herrlck, who once preached here, and a son of David Herrlck. There was no preaching ser vice last Sunday as the pastor was called to Sudbury to olllclato at tho funeral of a friend and former parishioner. Sun day school was held at the usual hour. L. C. Swain was In Wolcott, Saturday, fiurchaslng cows. Mrs. Flora Blake, who has been quite 111 Is improving. Mrs. Parker is caring for her. Mrs. Silas Bill, who has been 111 with pneumonia, has suffered a relapse. On account of her advanced age of DO years, her recov ery is doubtful. Miss Lucy C. Sabln and Mrs. Myrtle Lance were elected dele gates to attend tho Washington County Sunday t-choo! convention held in Water bury, Wednesday, May 15. MIDDLESEX. Wilbur Bigelow of Salem, Mass., Is spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Bigelow. Mrs. Cora Morrison ot Waterbury Center Is In this section sew ing. Mrs. Carrlu Ward of Owasto, Mich., accompanied by Mrs. Ira Johnson of Owasso, Mich., arrived last Thursday to spend sometinio in Vermont. Xewhall Brothers have purchased a tractor plow and harrow of E. H. Slayton cf Barre. Mrs. Ida Houghton of South Barre spent tho week-end with her husband at Mrs. Minnie Richardson's. Donald Culley, a soldier of the 26th Division from St. Albans is expected to visit his uncle's, tho Xewhall brothers, this week, L. R. Wells has sold his farm to Mr. and Mra. Paul George, who are to take possession at once, Mrs. H. B, Chapln is In Mont peller with her parents. Mrs. W. G, White of Burlington has been spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Levi Swift. WATERBURY CENTER Mr. and Mrs. Harold Adams of Hard wlck were callers In this placo Sunday. Llscomb Gilo left yesterday for Cornish, X. II,, where he has employment for the summer. John M. Dillingham of Bur lington was In tho place Sunday and Monday to see his father, who is In poor health. Mrs. Cora Celley returned last Thursday to her home in Hill, X. II. She has been saring for her mother, Mrs. Harriet Hunter, who has been 111. Tho auction at the Dallcy farm on Loomia Hill last Friday called out a large num ber. County Warden E. S. Xowcomb was in Barre Monday on business. Fred Fnhner will occupy the Paul house re cently vacated by W. W. Marshall. The Rex. J. G. Sallls will deliver special ad dresses on tho Centenary movement this week and next. Tho "Why and How of a World Task" will be the subject at Loomia Hill school huut.a Thursday evening and at Kneeland Flat Sunday nfternoon, Sunday morning nt the Baptist Church the subject will bo "For the sins of tho whole world," In the even-. Ing "Adventuios of tho 20th century" Thore will bo no prayer meeting Thurs day ovcnlng. Mother's Day was fittingly observed at the Baptist Church Sunday tho Rov. J. G. Sallls delivered n very ablo and Interesting sermon. WORCESTER. Word hns been received of the death May 1, nf Gordon Abbott Whipple (12 yenrs old) ison of Mrs. Bessie Abbott Whipple of 23 Church street. Maiden, Mass., a native of Worcester, well known to old residents on nccount of hor con nection with old nnd respected residents the Folsoms. Abbotts, and Copps, lom? (Continued on Page Eleven)