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HAPPENINGS IN VERMONT
Continued from pngr three)
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,.,., .
,. ,T, Stockwcll nnd younger son left
ruesdny for Rochcstor, where Mrs.
3tnckwctl went to attend the funeral of
She latn Mrs. Lucy Stockwell. who has
iron an Invalid for several years. For
trvcral months Mrs. Stockwcll was In
town where she was cared for first at
.ho sunltorlum for a fractured hip and
ater at the home of the Misses Emeroy
tnd Kllcn Matthews. Since tho trouble
,vlth her hip. she has never been able to
walk and has for the most part of the
:'mc been confined to her bed. Mr. nnd
Mrs. Arthur Gnlnrnenu left here Tuesdny
or Rochester, where thev are to reside
.'or a time nnd have chartre of the A. &
.in u unit: iwi'i iiuvp unurKr 01 me v.
P. store at that Place. Mr. and Mrs.
3fi1arnciu will leave many friends who
will send with them warm wishes for
Ihclr future sucres In their new rcla
llon. Mlis Anna foughlln returned Mon
lay from a several days' stay In Barnard.
R-hcre her home Is. and hi now at the
homo of Mrs. C. S. Booth for n two weeks'
tnv Tim rnfrnlnr fiAllnfT nt T?
jekah
iclth
regular
Patterson
in by a committee in chaige.
Mrs. H. A. Skinner, who are hern fiom
Boston for a few days' stny. were In
Burlington Tuesday, combining business
with pleasure. W. K. Kn"ison, 111 for
leveral days with ooneentlon of the
lungs. Is now thought t.i le Improving. -Edon
Glfford v:c l-eecntly wllhdn:W
from the II. M. Totimn comriiiiiy Is work
ing for Col. A. B. Chr.m'.Ier.
RANDOLPH C1CNTER
Dana Clough rccentlj' hint Ms ey so
jadly that a stitch l'i'd to be taken.
Professi-rs Klhbce and Melca attended
lho fcotlrill gi.ine at Burlington Setur-
lay. Miss l'mrothy David went to Xew
Fork city Tt'm.lr.y ovenlng, where she
nlll tal.e a course tr, nursing nt a hni-
)!'al there. -The ladles of tho Congrega-
ilonr.1 Church will hold a food sale Frl-
lay .irtetnoon. rotnmonrin? nt tnreo
clock Mrs. Barker tircoi.Tp.inlscl her
lister to Stamford, Conn., Monday
rill rcnir.ln i. few dnje.
and
,
Orleans County
GREKNBORO
M.iti.iday ewning. tp li.tge bam on the
.'on' A. M. 1'nrmcter es discovered
n .":. Help w.'.h tMiji'mionod by
Jhi'W nnd the ncire-l nelg'ibor. Mr.
M.hc'i n, was joor, cr. the spot nnd as
lisir.,' in helping the f.tm'ly get trie
fur.-iMire ;,ul of tho lower par, of ths
Sou..- before more dl'ant help artlved.
Kf th' water supply was limited, the
nsme mode rapid jimgress and ;-i an
lour nnd a half nl! the furm buildings
which were ennnentpd 'ind about oW fent
ii letiL'th, wore a mass of ruins. Mr.
Pnrm,,-r n-r.ni t ih.'hom ir. n-Vio hi
horses before gnliiE to bed nnd had "three
f them at a largo trough at one end of
tho lower or feed'ng floor of the stock
barn, when his lantern was either knock
sd over or exploded and flames quickly
iprend to the chaff and hay neurby. The
three horses rushed onto the feeding
floor with the flames behind them and
were trapped there. Mr. Pamicter got
mother pair of horses out of the stable
ind aroused his family nnd then was
nnnblo to get Into the cow stable In
which were 17 cows and a bull -which were
lso burned. Nearly all the farming
tools, household utensils and over 200
bushels of potatoes were burned. The
loss will be between S7 000 and $S.OO0 with
Lodge was held Tuesday night " WT OI oscpn's soclcty.-A son, Bra- and tho Farm Biirenii nt ft,., rnmrm.nliv
a fair attcndiinec. Following the J?" -ressy. was born to Mr. nnd Mrs. club rooms Frldav ovenlrn- at rlclit
meeting, Superintendent G. W. ",rr nf L,e"IJ' ovemhor 3.-Baynard 0.corU. Thp farm m(,n mV() , ,g.
on gave a des.Tlptlon of hl work .of Ashland. N. 11.. nnd Clifford ness of eleetlnrr mirm ,,! ,1,.1,.,-nt.M
the far Knst. Befrcshments were serv- 'nmson of Westnclrt were callers to tho com.lv nmi im,! mti,, ,
Insurance. Mrs. Hattle Willey returned with her daughter, Mrs. Alexander Por- i'lora Lal"n vs. Peter Lapnn, d'vorco
last we;k for an extended visit to ter, who hns been III for several davs Rranted for non-support; Snlvlo Gu'dlcl
friends ln Georgia. The past week has Jlr. and Mrs. C. G. Humphrey have re- VS' Mnrwret Gu'dlcl, desertion: Hattle
been a busy one among the movers, Dr. turned from a two weeks' carriage drive, lr,sn vs Ij ,T' Ir,,n Intolerable severity;
Albert Kinney has moved to Hardwlck, visiting relatives and friends In Barns- IInze' rauI vs. Frank Paul. Intnlerah'e
George Thompson to Craftsbury, A. B. ton, Dlxvllle, Compton, Coatlcooko atid "vcr"" Perley Goslnnt vs. Kdna Gos
Debrune to the Wakefield House, Mr. Stanstead. P. Q. Austin Hadlock of ,ant' nnuIlery; Inez Hanson vs. Andrew
Boardman to tho G. M. Cuthbertson Derby Center, who Is employed at the Hanson- Intolerable severity, nnd custody
house. Mr. Brown from Albany to tho National Trapping Machine company, ot cn"(lren to petitioner; Mnry Emerson
Presbyterian parsonage. Mr. Brown and has been laid off her a few days ns the vs' Wos,e' F,merson, Intolerable severity;
Mr. Rowell will work In tho cicamery result of nn Injury to his right eye. Dr. 8a,1! looker vs. Harry Hooker. Intoler
for Mr. Messer. Hiram Jordan has not D. D, Longn was called to extract n abl severity; Joseph Bennett vs. lona
been as well the past week.
DERBY
Alice, Wlnnlfred and Chester Carpen
ter, Jr., are 111. Harold Abbott of Bos
ton, Mass., Is visiting his father. Oscar
Abbott.-Mrs. M. A. Adams Is visiting
In Hill, N. H.-Mrs. H. H. Tilley is 111.
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. T. Heath and son.
Howard, of Lawrence Mass.. visited
Carlton Adams last week. Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Moulton
i,rt.,i ti,j...
Marv Kilhorn Is n
Llftlirnrnla. Mies Alnrv
home. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Nllcs and Mr.
nd Mrs. C. A. Adams spent Sunday at
II. B. 'Chamberlln's In Irasburg. Henry
Weeden of Morgan Is at Clarence Bad-
fer's.
CRAFTSBURY
, i Alien, in Orleans. Mr. and Mrs. Emery company m unicago. .Mr. Lawrence lias
John Waterhouso Is suffering from Wllkle with a party of friends attended a vepy "rnl knowledge of the office
Wood poison In two flngers.-8. R. Lathe the hall at Derby Line Frlday.-Mrs John work and should make a good agent. Ho
ind son, Hollls. have bought the Arthur Klpp has been In Orleans to visit her fu- ,s one of the youngest men In the corn
Day farm. Mrs. E. N. Nolson.who un- ther, Fred Slsco. who was stricken with a Pmy's service.
Serwont a successful operation two stroke of paralysis several days ago and Harry A. Black, secrotary of State, has
weeks ago at Brlghtlook hospital. Is at In now In a critical condltlon.-aora revoked the automobllo operator's 'Icenve
ner home doing well.-Mrs. J. Smith, Wilder has moved from the William Co- ' K- ' Bassette of Barton, because ho
who has been very 111, Is Improving. burn house on West .Main street and has wa convicted In court of having been
About eight neighbors and friends of rented ros of .tnhn Morri on ?o - . Intoxicated while driving an automobile.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Anderson gnve street.-Frank Patterson, .f Bclowo Pal'sl The condition of Ju'lus A. Wlllcot has
them a genuine surprise at their home Is here for a lew days. Donul.l Hum v r Improved so min-h of late that his friends
Thursday evening. The evening was Rochester. N. Y.. 1 tho now clerk at E rxpeet he will bo sn back at hi old
pleasantly spent In amusing stunts Lane' -Oore Clark, who has been 111 i' " cleik of the House of Repres-nln-
and social Intercourse. Light re- for several woeks vl-h typhoid fever. Is tlc when the session convenes 111
freshineni.s wre served. Trof. C. L. slowly Improving. Miss Doroth" Drew January He has suffered a lot g run of
Cowlts In behalf of the company present- has been spending a few days In Derby typhoid fever and while he may not at
ad them with a be.iutlfu! picture and a Line, tho guest of hr couol.i, MIsa Mlc "rst he able to handle tho stiff end of
un- ui money -i 111 any r.mount or good
wishes for a lang and happy life. Miss
una Binwn, woo lias be-jn spending sev
eral weeks hsre with her Bister, Mr?.
DWllnghnm, returned to her homo ln
Burlington last week. Hazel Bradford
Ic working for Mrs. .1. Smith. Sirs.
Marcln Simpson is spending some time
In Hardwlck.-E. E. Gilbert has bought
Adams Pines farm and the road to aunuay at the home of Mr. and Mrs. be considered. When compensation was
Korth Craftsbury and taken possesion. JI- L- Force. An Interesting meeting of ordered it was provided for until further
-Victor Gilbert moved last Thursday the Brandon branch of the League of order of the commissioner and Mr. Kald
and Friday to the Arthur Day plaeo Women Voters was held Saturday after- win hnving resumed his employment the
lately purchased by S. R. Lathe and son, nP0" In the Community c'ub rooms. Talks defendants want to cut out the compensa
tions, on how laws are made wero elvtn an.i tlon.
NORTH CRAFTSBURY
Water has been nut In the hn. ..1
barn of Reginald Anderson, The water
Is driven nt a dlstanco of 2 2.-.0 feet with
m ... ilt w.. . . .
o icci iiil uy ik i-umpuuna nir pump.
Urs. William Wilson entertained -i
. .. - -
ladles at the Mlsslonery meeting Nov.
o. The time was spent In sewing on
tiuilts for tho missionary box. At tho
close of tho meeting delicious refresh
ments wcro served. The annual thank
offering mectlnsr wll bo held with Mrs.
I.iirv Kllbourn November 17, The Search-
light club met Monday evening with Mrs
a n n...i.nill.. Tli, i.n 1.1
farm In Craftsbury to Eugene Gilbert.- " T "Lm t-nrios Qlpson.-At the an
Mlss Blanche Cole returned from n n"aI n atlng of Neshobe Grange Satur-
. uunittiit 1 1 .nt- nun duiii imn
month's visit In Northampton, Mass.,
Friday. W, C. Hadley spent Saturday
nnd Sunday In Montpeller. Mr, nnd
Mrs. E. A. Dutton, Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred
Root and William CInrk motored to
RltonSatdayAt the communion
service In the Congregational Cliurch
Sundny morning, two wcre received In
to church fellowship by letter, Novem
ber H, nn offering will be taken lor
the Stntc work of the Y. W. P. A. Thn
riuotn for tho town la $100. December
6 tho "every nicmlioi' cuiivaes" will In
made for the nrllio year's lunl.ri t
W. C. Hmlloy, Republican, wan i-h-ctcd
town repicncnlallve hy a good major
ity. Tho Kwlux Yodleiii, tin- third iiuin.
fcr ln th" U ntitle coin so. will b.- In .1
t tho tovi'i hnll. CruftHlmry, Su umber
ThU l hlith arndo t-ntortnlnniui;i
j unci the commlttoo naks for a large at
tendance Tho Hon, E. , Urlsham, of
I Montpeller, commissioner of tho State
' Department of Agriculture, wilt ml.
dress tho Men's club Wednesd-.y ove-
nnv November 17, In the lecture room
of tho church. A. lunch will bo served
ns usunl. Tho seniors held a vory en-
joynblo Hallowe'en social Novembor 1.
About JIO was realized for tho piano
fund. Those chosen for tho final con-
tost In rhetorlcals .ire: I2;ta society
Ruth Marckres. Isabe'lo Anderson and
Clemma Cowles: Alpha society. Marian
Peterson. Arba Clark and Goldle John-
son.
LOWELL
.
. Barre of Troy SD,nt lho week-
,, w'Ul " friend. Florence Lamberton.
7"'. yVon ucuso of Wostfleld Is moving
. ... ..--r,
,'LpthtJ""rerT t;.ne1n,J?t of ,h' 'tD'
nn , 0m,c'-Jeh,B,' powers and Mr.
were rn b.Ti . J. u, 1 .
Mrl iuti xv lay al ? 1 , ni 8',
Kwrnrt , T" VV C r"" .f
whh hi P.r.,P'' C ,ewlltt"'a "M WV'k
' vi ..vii.iimiiii
"ITW has moved to North Troy.
IilTS
I.rwln Rockwell of Worccstor,
woro over Sunday visitors al
.Mass.,
Klmcr
Rockwell s.
WESTKTELT)
Harry T!-e.l dle Sunday evtnlng art
or some jer.-s 111 h-altli and several
month
of hi?
N.'iiou.t Illness nt tho homo
or-;:i.icK, sir. Littler Heed
i!..- . . . . .... . . -. imiih uilll .Mint IWIHUltTrS HMHO lilt o
iMiiiiui: otu l nils ku ii ner nuun Wnu- aiii. t i. t t.. ......
MT. anr3 " i v discos, .ir. ann .Mrs.
lie wa p. son f.r the late Calvin and the local High S hool nnd the Middle
Snv.'h ynunc- Peed and for mar.y yearn bury ll'gh School innms:. Thlo uVinni.i im
the fnml'y owned nnd ran a large hoo
factory. After thnt burned. Tlr.rry
worker"! In Lynn, Mn., ns n cuttrr and
,at"r vur:u.d to this town, Kolng onto
' father's farm nnd ntlll later open-
'" n shoe shop In the vlllnge. He was
n nri" workman. 1U v;ns born In this
town nhout V'J yeam nuo and wtis twice
1!rr.er!. ,iC n-i- very much Interest-
'" nn.i nni mil pontics, tie la
l"'c' ,,v ',!- fi-ter-ln-law. a broth-
'r- "e-t T, and thr.". nephews,
KMer.t t V.o,'.r. Mle, '.. H.. Clyde.
of Ki.ltt i. Mi ! Ctrl, of West R irke.
Thn fdie.-n' l.ekl ye-:icrd.iy.
I C:ma,it Po:- he mmed
frotti
p . in uii ni" ii r-n.--iMiia ;nrty. nt
AsliNtiu, H cp mo 'hi law', of tho
i "vK ? -;n.,d a f-x il.iyi with bis sis-
ter M-e K H. Ic-Jet- H. .3 at! Nor-
r: nrny i.n-t ;.mlt;e, of Newport. cain
W. n. Pet:1- Sunday to get Mrs. L-o!s
folds nl. who has hcen bomdliiK there
for a few -i-crk. Hownnl Pudvah lias
!iff In a r.ew engine and Is running an
"iectrl- light plnnt for his farm build-
In?. The 1j. A. S. served nbout Iff) at
tr.e election .lny dinner nnd realized
ever $21. They are raising n church
ctrpet fund. Mr nnd Mrs. Harold Breer
and two children, formerly of Stowe,
came last week to her father's. Carl
Bean's. Mr. Breer has gone to Chlches-
.ter' H- where he ''"8 Job lumber-
ln ,for the winter, and Mrs. Breer and
-"""'cn w' siay mis winter wun ner
NEWPORT
Mrs. Lillian Wadlelgh and Mrs. A. F
Hall of Mercdeth, N. H., are guests of
Dr. nnd Mrs. J. H. Gaines. Mrs. Hall
will make a brief visit but Mrs. Wad
lelth will spend some time with her
sister, Mrs. Gaines. George Vinton has
returned from a successful hunting
trip to Holland and Norton. Mr. and
Mrs. W. B. RlllWtr nn nn uinll..
trip to Springfield and Boston. Mass.-
Mrs. Charles Hayes Is ln St. Johnshnrv
piece of steel. The accident, though
painful. Is not serious..!. A. Luiurmm
assistant sunerintendent of the Frost
Veneer Wood Working Plant at Shoboy
gnn, is,, pas been transferred to a
slmllar position with tho Frost
eneer Seating company here. Mr.
'"-'''ernian has bought Charles Blair's
bunPa'ow house on Sins avenue.
Tnrnugh tho eenercslty of George H.
Cnrv- st- Johnsbury, a room In Ken
dall's store, formerlv the. ofTlos nf h
c- p- and now used by Mr. Cars- as a
strehouse. has been donated to the Sal-
vu""" nny. ine nrst meotlng in the
new ouarters was held Saturday evening,
anfl was wel1 attended. Extra chairs for
the occasion were 'oaned bv tho schnni
board. Mrs. Harold Kennlson has been
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
tMCVene.
RuUand County
BRANDON
Robert Forro and Daniel
P.lley
of Mlddlebury College spent Saturday and
reference was made to tho referendum.
Tho r.ext meeting will be he'd December 4.
"' ' "vnce was given a 1
J-. J'. Lawrence was given a pleasant
""'""f" al 11,3 norne Monday eve-
X y . ,u mempers of Neshobe
urangC. tile OCCaSIOn hetnsr tllH hlrthrlm.
, . . . , " " --'
L. 3 Presented a large cake made by
-u.u unubn.ui, vivian Law-
renco, and a purse of money. Refresh-
ments wero served. The Ladles' Aid so-
clety of the Congregational Church will
serve a supper this evening to
niS U.VMr.n M rl . V. . .1 ..t r
mem,bcr,s,of,tn,e con-regatlon from six to
6 , , ? " t,,e chapel. The Worn-
?,? 8 hU .yof Stl Thoma8' Kp'scopal
I-nurcn met Tuesday afternoon nt thn
, . . , - .
cTvnuiK hid iui, owing orticcrs wero
elected: Master, 15, F. Lawrence; over
seer, li. u. Fay; lecturer, Mrs, Edith
Marsh; steward, Floyd Martin; nsHlstanl
steward, is, C, Chnndlor; lndv assistant.
fr w r ru. .. .1 1 i t.i T i
Fuih3rrrsl';rc;'7Z;,: !
tary Clyde N. Sm'th; gnte-ki-epor, Ernest
pouun; feres, Mrs. Cora Fay; Pomona,
Blanch Phllll'is; Flora. Grace King. Tho
funeral servicer for Frt .1 I'lHluo, who
d'ed yl l is hiiinn on Mup't: stlert Satui-
dry, wi-e held .Momlny .ifternoon nt the
House The Itcv. Walter Thoi-e. p istil- of
Hie I'f.iig-i.i-fillo.'iil Phureli, officiated.
T. i- beirern wn h AUIc Bil-nr, lliillln B's
seMe. J.-riy T omb'ey. Jn'iil Ciit nv llur.
Inl wu.- Ii, ih. IIIII enn nVry W. li.
Tniiili- ., . - v'.ir; , (ii.erty
nn nit- rust leu iiuys; Tho Mi-s. y. p.
Itnrher tlmh lot tn .tho town of Chit- 1
'Mis BURLINGTON FREE
Not A BlcmwK"!
mars the perfect
appearance of her com'
plcxion. Permanent
and temporary skin
troubles are effectively
concealed. Reduces un
natural color and corrects
greasy skins. Highly antiseptic,
with benelicial results as
curative agent for 70 years.
to the lnternatlon.,1 Paper c
nnj.. lhn Mr, j ,,irsrol Hlawsun f
sout" of lhls v 11 ,0 Mr. Coatos of Hut-
Inm1' who wt take possession Now,,.-
bert7: tho IW.ncro farm In .Vorth Goshen
,,eIonlK to 11 Irani Fay to Newton and
i iKimnunn m ni it r nn.nt
inoro win bo a Joint mrntltis of tho
well as to tllReuss the nronosed ratine
plan and the chango of standard for
market milk from 3.5 per cent to 3.7 per
cent. The ladle.i will show nn fx'i'hltlon
of goods rooked In tho tireless coo. !. and
there will he demonstrations for the Mak
ing of a flreless cooker. ltefrerl'ments
will bo served. There will be a tamo
of foothill on the new munlelpa. field
mis tirtcrnoon at three o'clock bitwvn
tho fastest game of the season and a
large nttendHnce Is lookj.l for hy the
local ninnngemcnt.
Jlr. and Mrs Frank H. Welch, who
visited hero for sevei-l days, lcf: Ws:l-
nestlaj' for Wnllingford to visit ic!a'ies
befon roturnltig to their home In Pl'ts-
fl!d, TJass. Mri. Georre T No.'ton. wli:
recently underwent nn opeinllon m alios
pita! in Bostcin, Is spending a shoi. time
with relatives In Bellows Falls.- Miss
Klsle Baldwin of Phorelinm lb visiting
here for a few days
BENSON
l.o..k.e riar'oai- of the Buslnon
Mi's
-iicl'p. i;u-.mn!i. ii .prtiiiiiig a few !.iys
with her parontu hure, Mi, and Mrs
John f. Bather. ho live In ll'.e upp-r
end of the town. Vaccination Is very
prsvnlem In this i-ectlon. owing to f-nvill-
pox In Rutland. At Sho farewell party
given nl the town knl! las'. we.-:i; Pri-
day nigh:, nu u send-off "to the dfllnifa-
tlon going to Southern Pines this week,
thero was an unusual gathering. W. R.
Bush, rcprcsentntlve-elcct. gave the ch'ef
address. An epl urean lunch was ."-ervetl
Mr. and Mrs. U. A. Higglns, Mr. and
Mrs. A. F. Wilcox, P. R. Wilcox nnd
mother. Mrs. May Wilcox, Mrs. Mary
P. McDonald and crnnddnuirhter. tvini.
frecl Plue. and Mr. ntul Mrs. i-hnri,..
McLaughlin of Putnam, N. Y.. stnrted
for Southern Pines. N. C, Wednesday.-
A pi.-asanl community sen'Ico was held
hi uic .ueinomsi, nurcn Sunday eve
ning. Tho rain hindered many from
attending. The Rev. D. H. Strong
preached.
Washing-ton County
MONTPELIER
Several cases were disposed of In the
divorce docket In Washington eonntv
.," f"at"rday hefore Judire Stanley C.
r.1Ison we,lt to his home. Theso Included
Bennett, adultery; Bess'o Spencer vs.
Herbert Spencer, intolerable overlty
,J""U" oinitii vs. i. .i. amun, neglect anu
reiusai to support; liessle l-ecor vs.
Arthur D. Pccor, adultery; Bert Buhl vs.
Sarah Buhl, desertion. The following
cases were discontinued: Lillian Insalls
vs. W. S. Ingalls; Lucha Frost vs. Ed
ward Frost; Ernest Parker vs Nel'Ie
Parker; Clifford Ellis vs. Florence Ellis;
Abraham Chofnas vs. Hlndy Chofnas; dls-
missed, Julia Blay vs. Forrest Blay.
Cl E- Lawrence, who has been employed
,or n,ne J'eirs in the office of the Mont-
"'"c 'v,,cl ""
ott- has been appointed aeent for tho
company, taking tho place of Nell Ralph,
who has gone to Barre. where he la
be agent In place of James Gall, who has
recently been anpolnted to service for the
the clerk n duties Hoswell Austin nnd
Clarence 'White, his assistants, are will
ing to look otter the work until ho Is ablo
to resume his usual duties.
A hearing will take place In the com
missioner of Industries office Novembor
18 when the matter of further compensa-
tlon for Frank Baldwin, who Is employed
by tho Woodbury Granite company, will
Mr. and Mrs. Levi Kelley wero involved
In an accident between this city and
Northfleld Sunday afternoon, from which
each escaped Injury In spite of tho fact
that their car turned turtle. Mr. Kelley
u-nu itflv nr tnu.ncr.la Knnll,rtAl.l ...
when
- ,.t.,,,,
he met a car owned by a Mr. Marsl
Marshall
in vaierDury, wnicn, it is ciaimeu, aiu
not turn out as much as the law pro-
vldes, with the result that Mr. Kelley had
to leave the road and his car tipped over,
Mr. and Mrs. Kellev were under thn par.
. . . .. i . . ,. . . . , ...
but they wero able to get out. The report
of tho accident was mado to tho secrc-
tary of Stato Monday morning. Tho re-
nnrt hns heen mndn tn the iinl'ne tlint
. -
car number 1?119 hit the team of Mr.
Barrows In Berlin Sunday nfternoon,
smashing the wagon. Harry F. Fay re
ported that nis car wns damaged hy a
New York enr, hitting It while he was
driving ln Wllllston,
Mrs. T. J. Heaphy has returned from
New York where shi. lms been since hor
liuhband was operated upon at
pltal In thnt city. Mr. lleaphy
pecti-d in about a month,
A son, 1 1 h r I:i ml Gregory, wns born to
Mr. mid Mis. Charles Stewart Saturday.
aim. Maty l.utfdy lms the custody of
her lO-yeiir-old child, fur u dnv nt least
In-cnusK the Jud-e In U'lishliigton county
cuurt viivc her thnt right wbtm tho caso
was' I'ontlniH-d yrsii-nluv morning until
this morning, .ludgu Stanley C. Wilson
an i
hn I
nr.'i'ii-d Hargt-ous I.undy to pay to thn
i.' jirf.ni i in t. o'clock TliurMlny morn
Itinr thu sum of $150; wh'ch money will 1
given Mrs, Lundy to cover her cxpons
P.IESS AND TIMES: THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 11, 1920
' r rnmii- . ' loca,c htTt and tended by Max W. Barrows of Bethel, a on Union street, where Mr. and Mrs. ed home -13. M. Turner was In Vont.
Z,TZ , Vermnt' Th, cou" lal.f stu,"nt nt Norwich University, and Miss George Atherton lived for many years, pel', Tst Thursday -Ina Stronir Is II
notion Z m n,t Hlv, Tm ' ?nVE ?r"T? B' n,tt",orn' a ' tho groom, has been sold to Attorney C. B. Adams! with gaund co -Hamona and Ruby
Z Z ennf ,rS,.,',imly ?t "nLmJ t'h A," "u W-",dlnB party k cnterl the who for a homo.-Wllllam A. Rich- Hutchlns of St Johnsbury a?e vIiIMm
, 1 ,, n ?,l1,0f cou,r.t, t0Tu ll th? cllUre Mr"' Kl R B' F1")t aang "Oh, ards has bought of Mertle Huntley Pal- their grandmother Mr, Msrv vltl
'I"', " Stat-' n lBVr t und'v LTOmt? ,M.C" The woro dnrk mer the tennment house near the home K.M. Turner has ren id his farn f'oT
. I tried n V Wa." i ",. il .nHn blU0 tr ooMlB- w"h a corsage bouquet of place In Duxbury. Mr. and Mrs. nichards tho coming t0 "ya do nutans -
,'U,lT':r,.r:!.r,T:".h. r. 5s .- . - , - -, . v.. JiC south woodburv
; ."' - - cuupio .en ior uarnnrd. where a wtitdhi tana to spend Thanksu v nr with friend ... . . .
.. ,Mn?y. some s x ycarH nV' reception was tendered them Monday there and then on to Los Angles, whew, .""""i and Clarence Bills
.,"'U3.l0U.y of t he naugmer w us g.v- Illf.M, Mr and , - h . . ,7m. nf mV. .'"",p 'amll,eH to Plaint
. .u m nusmmtl l.ecauso no nau more lr Bo,,on fo. . ,,,", ,r(inn Henrv Pln " u. 'oompson is visiting his old
u.im.-i iiiiu scorned to lo aDio io Deiior
i.i- . .... . .
,r me cniici wnicn, niicr a ye. r
-WttWW
slt r 1 I i 1 I n '' , Iv ,M nr
?LC.,r:. "-..V-" 'oen..,ven. 1)rnv!(,P'L.fr-
wu....,, ciiili! iiih uivorcn was uranitu,
catcd and lying down In the street for
...... t, ..
iiiiu i woid u i ii;iviiiir iu'L'uinn iiiliixi
nui. iiu sain no urann ucnaiurect ai-
cohol.
The Bowrd of Control will hold n meet-
Ing at Brandon Mondnv.
The body of Wllllnm Mlllham was taken
Wednesday to Richmond where It will
rest until the funeral taken plnco Frldav,
with burial In Jericho. Tho young man
was 23 years old, having been born Novcm-
her 28, ISO.'., a son of Mr. and Mrs. Wll-
11 .n 11 Mil. ham mil N sur-l-ed ty his
crated upon for appendicitis Is comfor-
itiiiio ns can be expected.
j.ici;i,iiil iv: iiiitu reiurncn last night
t.-om Rutland, whet-.- they were attorney
for tho defendent In the enso of Henry
" 1 vs. tnc .'iuiuni uito insur-
ance company of New York In federal
.v icuurr iiib mce oi n po, ey.
tho case having come to a -udden end
V,li.i,l.i.. . ...t ., ..
i.iii a i .nii.'Kn tj. i. .
..ii.vcr., h;q iii.Ji.uii oi UIO piliinillt
io rnror non suit following lcnr;,hy con
ferenty and dhi urs'oii In the ju.lcoN ot-fl-.o
Tuedty nftornf.ou nft!t thn days
work in which It was own tht the
r-1 1 1 n 1 1 f r" Irtd nrciMie.i It.i enso on an tr-
ro-eous theory. Jones A .'ones of Rut -
.i.rt we.o thr, rtn-r.tlfr's attorney.,.
. ""'I rs C O. Ormsbee h,vo gono
11 rami KupMs, Mloh., wlscre thoy will
spend tho winter with their son.
i-wiwn fAUiun
Mr. nnd Mrs, Orrin O Bevc, kept open
rendered. Miss Edna Bovee of u'nh.
Held pave two vory pleasing piano sc-
lrrtinn n-hiM, ' ." ?.' ".".
by Mrs. J. P. Royce and G. A. Foiw- a
soio py air. Fory and later ono bv Mrs
v-s . lift
rory. a musical treat is always assured
whenever the Forys consent to sing. The
Rov. Mr. Hazclton made a few ronct-itn.
latory remarks which were followed by
two duets, hy spec'nl request, sung by
Mrs. Minnie Richardson of Middlesex and
Miss Mary Adams of Soutli Barre. Mr.
nn M. Tir ... . .. ..... ' I
"in- served n sentence In the State's nrson " ... jw-hh oui.u.t, luicmra, ine groom is tne John here last Kii.i j .
irm fnr .,! Hnndolpli for some tlms. returning son of Mr. and Mrs. 13. .1. nrni.i nn.l n. last. Sl,,,Jay id explained
Kdward 'ul,V. ...i, i. h.n m tl, to Northllold a few months ago, and has In the service. He Is at preent In tho 1 ,, rK ot lho CoiBrega-
coii my j Ul Jdry t me on the charge bcon "'"P'0"" ln t'10 l-cl ofllce. employ of Smith & Somervll The T "jflT.'' a"d Mr''
of Ir.lox ca lon Is 'nga n Tho Conversational club held Its bride Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. to ,1 , thX "7 n? ?"
Institution, having "hcen sen encCl there f,r" ' tho -Monday T. F. Harvey ot Uuxbury. They are to ,," r;CI ord Ta"8l
Wednesday from Mon.peller rlt" c urt fo? rftn",B at t,,c homo of C- A. Edgerton. .-I.le wi'h the Room's grandmother, nry.-Pov Un.eeler Z n 7?' ?rCnm,
i Period of 30 ,1a -l nd to pay a no of ?',',pl';rl nt " ? Clo,ck f1- "re' BotB,cv O"5' at Colbyvllle.-Mon: for A. iY HaHkel '"finished work
,i -.. , i... ...i lowed by a business meeting, whon thn dav morn rur nnntlnl ,n i.i i... XJ' ,laHKeIl.
motnor r.nd brother, Arthur. Nothing uorny nr .ortnneiu. Mrs. Hans' Kono through the '-ovtred bridge. Mr i reiurneu liomo.-Kdward
more defl: Ite has been learned a- to tho B,ter, Miss MlUrrJ Dennv, is with her Morse, although somnwhat bruised, was ., , r was town represent,
rausu of death than tho .m.ounco- for a few weekn. Mlns Mzzle Knapp. ablo to work Monday.-Trc conserva- y, .'"aJorlty of one.-.Ioseph Per-
ment made of Its Tuesday evening, fol- who recently undenvent an operation Hon mcotlng of the Hvpatla flub will 'onK1or1 North Montpeller visited Merlo
lowing the otectrucutlon. The young man op her ,,ye- abl to come home be held with Mrs. W. 11. H. Pony this u , 6 rart of ltu,t week.-Word
hnd many ft lends In Montpeller Satin-Joy. She Is at thi home of Mr. week Frlday.-Mr. nnd Mrs K K Camp- of , C" t'c,v'',, of the birth of a son,
Miss Genevlevo Pine, who hns heen on. nnd Mm. C & Richmond. Ml Mvrtle hell nmi Mr. nnH Mr. r. r'r-'-.J Stanley Franklyn, November A. at n
r-...tV. c- , ,. . : , -, .. '," aay to see Her husband, who s suffer- 'rum injuries sustained bv bo-
Joimr nrth.ieS-!lM,irn OVCMbBr C' M iN Jm In Wtsfl' m "f 'T from fractured leg. but Is doing ' over by a team loaded with wood,
honor nt their oOth wedding anniversary. nic n altsfleld the past week. W1I. David Turner of South Duxburv was rnada P'no Tree cemetery Thnr
About 150 relatives and friends gathered faI e" there by the illness and death of pJk on VovcX 3 , Sem 7m day afternoon. Present nt The : burial 1,1?
Vennontand'f0 from of ?nTn resumed Vffi IS" V and r .twbet Mrs. Farnswortn wld f'ot
nft.rnn ,. . " unnfe w orchestra nf nrr fumi.h. mainA ter cdnesday noon.-Mrs. B. C. Abbott m',n' or Lancaster. Mass.. and many
nous,, ni "l-nn n f i nm..,..nr . i .
'-""ii inns i.i nniL'mm wns ............ v
- ""..I" i-rc ine recipients or Rl ' w" .-utuihiut n, was iiirge.y : - - - v.,u, uicro was an as
many beautiful gifts of flowers, pieces of attended, nearly 100 being present The Saturday, closing up some business af- sembly of the men's Bible class, the worn
silver, books and cards ns well as over Rev- Fr(,d Engle of the local church oftl- fdlrs- Tno company, which has been en's Bible class, and the Tri Sigma class
tV,n In gold nnd currency.-A rather re- clntcd. The bearers were Calvin W.. Joel manufacturing louto-chase, is now putting which were addressed by the Rev Mr
markable coincidence of the occasion an1 GeorRo Richardson nnd Samuel Carr. upon ,he market scab-chase and flee- Davenport. Following the address
was tho presence of at least four other Interment was in the village cemetery, chnse. Besides the members of the Gray a social time with refreshments wcro en
couples whose golden weddings occurred Mrs- Blchardson Is survived by her hus- fnmlly there goes with them from here Joyed. William J. King, a life-long res
not far from that of the Boyce's and it bana- nve children, 32 grandchildren, 13 JIr- nnd Mr- Harry Cutler, E. E. Hill, ident of this place, has been placed on
was also the 84th birthday of one of the reat grandchildren, many nephews and Samuel Clark, who came from Boston, the pension list of the Central Vermont
"young bridegrooms." O. O. Boyce and nieces and a host of friends. The aged and Sellna Peabody of Colbyville. George railroad, following a continuous service
Ellen M. Adams were married In More- husband has the sympathy of the entire Hemerltt also goes as a salesman. They of no less than 53 years, and this In a
town November G, 1S70. nnd have spent community. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Richard- 1,nve batl two salesmen on the road for life time of only 72 years. Mr. King has
all of their married life In Fayston until "on were recently called to Craftsbury by sometime and are now placing four been active in community life. Ho Is
about seven years ago when they sold the death of Mrs. Richardson's brother, more. The funeral of Miss Betsey A. a member of the local United Brctheren
their farm to a son and moved to a smal- GKman Hodgeden. Mrs. Johnson, wife Loomls. whose death occurred at Bur- lodge and Cascadnac Chapter, R. A M
ler place In Waltsfleld. Seven children ot the recently elected town represent- Hngton Sunday evening was held Tuesday and of the Windsor County ' Command'
were born to them, one dying In Infancy, tlve, Arthur L. Johnson, Is at the home afternoon at two o'clock at the Metho- er'. Knights Templers, On his retire
the rest, as well as twelve grandchildren, of hcr son-in-law, Glen Dodge, caring for dlst Church at Waterbury Center. Miss ment his engine house associates pro
were present to help them celebrate this the children of her daughter, Mrs. Dodge, Loomls, the daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. -sented him with a heavy gold Masonic
happy event. The large gathering went far wh0 died October 15, leaving Ave small Elon Loomls, was the last of a well- ring and a pair of gold Masonic cuff
to show the love and esteem In which Mr.
ami .Airs. Boyce are held by all who
know them and the gue3ts departed wlsh-
un . 1 . .
nift iiu iii miiiiy more years or nappy mar
Il A ... . . .
children William F'ddock. Mrs. Alma
George from West Berlin; Mr. and Mrs.
I'lcttfnc fi t t 1.- it 1 1 . .
-GTorZn'k
town Saturdav.-Mr. and Mrs. wiiiinm
his daughter. Mrs. M. J. Mnloney In Wa
terbury for a few days. Mr, and Mrs.
rjonrirn M.in .. i " ,
George Murray of Barro were at the home
of Mrs. Murray's sister. Mrs. Laura Bal-
lou, Sunday,
NORTIIFIELO
hot C "'i'; "J;0 kW"" ,nnC.rl"Cntiy
tw a-TtlJin. nUnB Octobcr130' 18 mak'
tig satisfactory recovery and no serious
Antonio
lug
recovery and no serious
results
,.Viinnte,l .-nn. lho m..J
.Mr. Siella and John Ambroslnl went rab-
nu Hunting on Pnlne Mountain and the
of Mr. ami Mrs. Arthur Cook of Nurth-
iieiu, ami t't unborno nnthnrn of Bar-
nnui neie unlhui In marrlai-ii Sunday
October 3 thl, iTnlvernallHt Church,
ir.'i'tly following the morning nervl c,
le Rev, c. J. Paddock, the pastor, por
aiming tho ceremony. They wero at-
, ic. iniuim iiiuc irom out or town vumiih wijr wilii a Bwa aBaui .tiuiuiH evening wnen a n iwum umco 01 tne Champlaln
besides tho children and grandchildren majority and gave the Republican nom- kitchen shower was tendered her at Realty company for five weeks past
wero Mr. and Mrs, Wallace Goodwin, lnee 'or representative, 3. C. Wheeler, the home of Mrs. E. E. Joslyn, by Mrs. 'eft town Saturday morning for Burling
Mrs. Orlando Davis from Montpeller; Mr. 451 votes against C. D. Swasey's 304. The Joslyn, Mrs. C. L. O'Clalr and Mrs. E. ton and thence to Pittsburgh, N. Y
and Mrs. William Hathaway, Mr. and Republican vote was strong all through. M. Trombley. Miss Gibson was per- and the Champlaln Realty office' for
Mrs. Leo Brown and two children from Among those who voted were: Mrs. suaded to go there for the evening auditing work. Mr. Bowden will return to
Moretown; the Rev. and Mrs. Hazelton Betsey Gleason, 95 years of age; Mm. under the pretense of calling with continuance of his work and in the com
and family. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. McAllls- Marancy Hopkins, 89, and Miss Elizabeth Mrs. O'Clalr and until she saw tho lnK January Mr. Bowden will return to
ter, Mr. and Mrs. Levi Boyce, Miss Edna Col'ey, SO. The balloting In Duxbury was big red heart on the hall door, had White River Junction in January.
Boyce. Mr. and Mrs. John Nell!, Mrs. not on,y a clean, business-like session, no suspicion of anything In her honor. Th Sift of Jt, 000,000 of Mr. atid Mrs
Bert Savage, Miss Dorothy Savage and but also took the form of a community The house was attractively decorated August Heckscher of New York city to
Guy Savage of Waltsfleld; Mr. and Mrs. social, when the ladles of the various with festoons of white crcpo paper the society for the Prevention of Cruelty
Herbert Johnson and son, Charles Proc- Parts of the town Joined through the and streamers of hearts and cuptds, to Children In that city naturally pom
tor nnd Mrs. Caroline Boyce of Water- home bureau and served sandwiches, arrows, both gilt and red were also Pte(1 a widespread Interest In all this
bury; Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Turner, Mr. doughnuts, cheese, tea and coffee. One conspicuously placed, and the bay- section of Vermont for the resaon that
and Mrs. William Carlcton. Mr. nnd Mrs. end of the hall was filled with a large window was used for a fish pond in 08 ls the president of the Vermont Co
F. M. Long from Wnrron; Mr. nnd M---), table, and around this many congregated, which seem to be real woods. To this Pr company, Strafford, and its suC
George Adams, Miss Mary Adams, :tr. Groups of chairs were about the room the brlde-to-bo was led and was given sldlary, the Sharon Power company
Roy Ducharme nnd daughter, Mr. and an1 'n these were those constantly on n a hook and line with which she wben the mines were In operation he
Mrs. Arthur Houghton from South Barre; "better acquaintance YtshV Not a sign of fished out most useful kitchen sup- w'aa frequently in White River Junction
Mrs. Mlnnlo Richardson, L. n. Wells, flBar or any smoking was seen until pnes. After she had graciously shown on nls way to and from Strafford and
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. H. Vaughn, Mrs. Carrie after the box was turned at three nnd her appreciation of the shower games Sharon.
Ward, Frank Vaughn from Middlesex; when the result waa announced, eheerin were played. Including a heart contest. ;
Mr and Mrs John Flddock and two had subsided, and speoehos made by both . a vnai i Mrf.,. . ,.- r. T ROCHESTER
j-reu i.eorge and two children from Wll- tno ladies or tnose wno am not smoke. tlolli pans for the wodd,nK wor(T not , arr7a V. " ,ho .
wDaComerVe'nnerRe7,; f Ffc ' T
Adams nnd son. Jnms. of Westminster J. R- Dillon. Democrat, J4. The Republican ZV r.tLZ ,,,r,yerhlal clatlns.-Mlss Lucy Cresey of Burling-
Vars.-Alfred Dunl.; whose fooi was vote on tho other tickets was also strong. C "''.'J f w" ton WM "0me SundBy' VlsUlnK hcr
ehot by the accidental tllschnJwo? a Jun This community is looking forward to i?"1?"!'!' i .."6""6 Previously parents.-Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Bailey
and who is at Iloaton hospl nl Is doing baving Its Interests well cared for In the f, ! '"V! 1 " f h M , ,v 7 "ma ovef the birth of a daugh-
as well a, could bo exnected -Mr and hands of Reprcscntatlves-elect Wheeler U'T h,ear,y ,Wl8 1.eS of the hmo fo,ks" '?r' born November 5,-The Men's Bible
Mrs. BdwartjrM yS ld wr."a a' Kennedy. ovenl nff t ho spacious homo of Mr. class of the Methodist Episcopal Churoh
town Sunday.Mr. Bushy of Duxburv is William Corliss of South Duxbury. who and Harvey on the Duxbury gave an oyster supper at the church par-
Nelson wero In Waterbury Saturday eve- Mr. Corliss was chopping and was pinned V ,h'" " "h 8 .mo loV "7P""' wno aiso preacned to a good-
nlng.-Henry Nelson was a week-end Vs- by the limb of a tree. By handling a nv' TJ'.i. d n8!;em,,e(, f c;fn",T1tl0" uSunday morning
Iter cf his parents. Mr. and Mrs Wll- cant hook he liberated himself some- wrh' "t dn". 'he surprise was In the Methodist Church.-Mr. and Mrs.
Ham Nelson.-Mr. and Mrs. James Ne'll what, but at this distance from people f"at' e"'nf J",? D,;as.ant Hcrbert, Allen and Miss Anna Marsh
of Waltsfleld wcro In town Sunday.-Wll- his shouts and cries were of little avail Z '. """-"" '""ui" uumngion Saturday -
fred Granfleld of Qulncy. Mass.. at the until. It Is said, his wife went to call m,en,s nf Jn7he '"i"""!!" ,eft a, e ?ev ..P""" 0t tho Fe"erated
home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. c! him to dinner. When found, neighbors '"1,' w UP" , . ' r. Vt" , waa ln town
Granfle'd -Mrs. G. C. Granfleld Mrs were called and he was assisted home. H,,ev and fnmii a(iga Thursday to orBanlie a Red Cross drive
C. J. Ne'rnn Mrs Hurt Henrv Vnd on Dr G H Newton of Waterburv was fr T. t. Harvey and family as they wero for membership to be held November 11
Harold. JiKSK SSi -neda ilkShilcSa": S tT't ruK bns'olni IK F", K ll0U-
week.-Eiu-ene Griffin. Sr.. is vlsltlnr as possible he advised his removal to i!r' Ry J'f.iL. " 8 0c'. Thls. wa8 h'n" was appointed chairman of the can-
companion, lm, ,,, farried the leavln, nandolph. where Mr. T'orldrwer hev wVn ' Z Z ?h. " "fi',0S. ..B00J
! d.reet 'r.. "" wr0,IK w"y nnd he K.0t MorSe bu tM' fa" the wlnter.-W. M. Rounds of Sherburne Purity Lodge No Kl -Irving Munroa
Is cx- i direct rang,, of th,i mm nnd the bu at fa-torv of the Demerltt company. Mr. ... in .. ,h. ., ' "M . .1 1"'nB .Iuunroa.
;ent through his Hl.ni.ldrr near the lung. Morse was tendered a supper by some M F. H. Lone waa In 1, ln,T, '.-e . ""1 ""l"? ' .-'... .? ,.
. m " ,h0 '"""ntal.. until a of his friends-John O'NcIl has returned ly.M. Ncttlo MarUni ,vho ha3 t iX X Z iSwtm.
team could l,0 procured and at first It from Boston, where he has been spending Ule BUmmcr In town, has gone to her , r The Rev T H Presev offlclated
7" '"Bhl li" waa auffarl..K bartlv from a week.-Wllllam O'Nell Is at the home ,,, ln WaltsOeld to remain for tho Fnera services for Mr. Marg. ret
exposure hm ,.H condition Is favorable, of his mother, Mrs. Maria O'Nell. on wlnter.-Loyeal Long has gone to Ben- Hemy wbe died Tuesday even'ng No
-M!xn ,th .ru pi,. Met lum-litor Scrabble Hill. Mr. O'Ne has been asso- nim.fnn where he h i i. .. ' " " ". " ?ns'. '
n..nn.t ... . .
.w...m.u iui inn Hummer, wnero Air.
na,horn cnKn(?cd ,n ,,,,.. Mr8
"a,h0r haS 1,Vcrt North field "the
Rreater part of her f,, and has a large
clrrlo of friends. She has been t.lenhone
,. -iu.i o...w
. .
J0IIw'nK orr'cerj' Z p ectPd! ,,r''H
idont. Prof. F. H. ttnwnnl. v ro.nru
, , , -: '
,lcnt' tho llev. I. M. DeForest; secrc-
tary. I'rof. C". V. Woodbury: treasurer.
Charles McKnlght. The records of tho
c.luh for 39 year. Unce Its organlza-
wero rfnd by l'TOt- Woodbury,
Thcro was a general conversation and
a PnPpr hy W. W, Holden. A daugh-
ter' Mll'red Denny, was bcrn Novem-
',cr 6l to Mr. nnd Mrs. J, C. Hans of
Sldnej-. Neb- 'rs. Hans was formerly
Cliurch. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
, nenry cnurcn, and John Cannon, also
1,1 -,ul"ll" marricn tucsaay
rnorr.lrgf In St. Johns Catholic Church,
tin R:v. J A Lyrch porformlnt: tho
-".. ' wei-i ii'tcnuoa oy wu-
f"cd Ctnnon. V. H. '..valry. and Mlsr.
."..j ' .M'li.iprner, cousins
of tl,a g.oo.n. Mr 1 Mr-. Cannon left
r... .irti ..i.. ,.- - .....
- " -..w.i.t .,..i un incir return
- ,l' .ii-t-'s iiicir i.o.i.'j lis iNortnilClU.'
j town over flun.tv.-.-Rev. and Mrs. F.
I S. Clark were called to Island Pond.
Tuertay by '.ho death of Mrs. Clark's
lnCt-r TltrS Ir.V
vr'.." ' nlh,.' , .
Mm. Doa.-born. who was recently
opere.tea on at the Heaton hospital, Mont-
p,.:er I, slowly gaining. Her daughter.
n vely:, Emory, has been In Mont-
iifiiur. Lnn nasi WCPK In lA nAllr Imn
meeting of tho local branch of New Eng
l!,mJ SI'"t Broducers' association Is to be
held In ihft rnnm nn, thn KMhu.M Vn.
tlonal Bank ln the depot Saturday after-
n00n at one ciock. All producers are
1 . . mmtt . .
u'Beu l" no Present, rne county meeiitio
is. to be ne,d m c,ty Ha" ln Montpeller
(November 17 at one o'clock, all producers
j arn Invited to be present.
ivnn nva nrts r
.M.m
. .... ...
rne runerai or Mrs. Calvin w. Richard-
..nn nn O. 1 . ...
children.
WATER FURY
The town of Waterbury helped In scor-
Inn. Tn-.,ll ..I . . 1.1-
candidates, cigars were then passed and
sweet chocotate bars and chocolates for
ill fft-rtH a latr nt Vs lu XT n J TT1II
tamTnDuxbu
doing well nt the Fanny Allen hosnltal.
n hosnltal Mr Corliss' rirht ler was
LT'1 "..'.. r.-.T. .1. . w ?5 .
broken twice below the knee, but It is
. j .L . . . .
hoped the limb may be saved.-Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Irish. Master Roger and
MrCa.aw,roTasMop;rTd"po,n,eari
""r Allen ho.pltal.-Mrs Earl
Woods and son and Mrs. Hannah Down.
Ing of Falrleo are guests of Mrs. L. S.
Ing of Falrleo are guests of Mrs. U 8.
11111a anrf nil,.. ,.l.ll,'.. Mr an Mr
A. H. Morse have entered the Vermont
State hospital as attendants. Mrs. Morse 1
elated with Chnrlos Dube In Brattleboro
and reports Mr. Dube, who was formorly
.... ,1... iik.iu ,.1'ine ,.u .lelnir well Ktlsa
--h- " -'--
" "i, iiLiriiiu m ...r,., v in.
O'Nell home.-Mrs. Warren Towne of
Wnltham, Mass., is a guost of her sl-iter,
Mra. J, F. Claire, Tho Atherton homo 4
Jir.. u (. cutting who has been service aeain In the nvpnlmr Th. TnM . ''napln w"" ln "ardwfck Monday
ndl. g SJ:ne time with her daughter, Jnsuranc company ald tT the "I1?" E"9n Konl'ton n Bar?e
Mi, .Hi,r Wolls In K-ene. N. H.. has c"ate of T4 Mnrk Fas'tman I" It V,". th f'"1 f 11,0 and
rorf.r.rwn '"Uilet be '"-ra'n'arrler'by 7X11
hoi;. ti-,- Mrs. W':ls, who remained In ti nr v , ,, , . lne ursl ot tno cek.
. . . . . . . . "
enter inio ner Droresamn rtiprn rnr im
winter.
Themarr.age of Francis Orout to Miss
Carrie Harvey was performed by the llev.
George H. Lock nt tbn M.thnZ.
. e..j.. , : " "- """"
" " in.i,i nn in ity
- lhc llBV- n"h"r' voy nt St. Andrew's
. r'l.i.r,.!, n, ......
-.v..., ... .....wuiik imnire neing
Ambrose McManus and Miss Blnncho
Boyco of Stowe. They were attended by
Claire Demerltt and Miss Barbara Boyce.
-When Clyde and Harvey Morso were
going to church Sunday morning near the
Munlo turn tho horse lok It Into Its
head to run. with the result that tho
occupants were thrown out, wagon and
harness badly demolished. Tho horse
was stopped by Walter Irish after It had
Sunday at the Campbell cottago In High
gatc.-MIss Mildred Smith of Montpeller
Seminary spent last week with Iipi
grandmother. Mrs. Cora Preston, at the
Wallace home. The Rev. Georgo II,
Lock kept busy Sunday
service at thn hospital t
Ite hud the
then a wedding
at the narsnnaL-e morning .-vin ,
?L 1'" ? "f..T ? "l
-iiuicii mi sur-
nion by tho
pastor, service at North
' ny 'm "d m" T.an ime- I
eVeen" who , 0 7 hU team
t, 1 ?" fj . ' . "i
I -.-... " iw.T., lliruilllh
' wlio has been somewhat Indisposed, Is
i,i , i, .nH ,. '
and .,.. Rr(lpn. w," '
: . , li, ,L7, V. ' .
lss wa lU ,ho' Kam,y Allen hosntta Sun-
. ....
of East Corinth is again at the home
of her son Charles C. Abbott.-Thc
ov. Ltlward C. Hayes tireached it very
?,,pfu' Pr",on at ,h? Congregational
,,u ,siu ,u
fl1 111 ft M I m flflClf t mIij Hit Ifltf I tiifiA
come him back to his pulpit. Another
Pleasing feature of tho service was the
Presence of Miss Flora Scagel of Kansas
It" it a rormo.r Parishioner nnd worker
, ,
who has been III. Is improvlng.-H. E.
. - .... ......-.
. , ! -l . nt !. -1n..l 1 .- T
, ' "v ""'"'i '"-. "
Is nOW lOC.Hed in NcWtlOrf. WU f ill tfU.n
known tnmtlv tnp u-hnm T.nnn.l Ulli
- j ..ui
was named.
The popularity of Miss Rose
Gibson, R. N., was evidenced
1 . r , .
Steele Refreshments were servod At
though Mra Glbso waa noHtolv oum-
ire? 4lRat!leri1 t0 d" "?nor to
. . . "".V -r. x.ary
. w ....u mnr wt-uuiut:
anniversary, while the bride and groom
" ' ,,Li ,?'.
marrieu mat
-Mr b E James Morse wlnTnt'
L 111
daUBhVer' lUZ 0"'t. U
IZXXTL
i.0Omls Monday afternoon nnd the bearV ;
wcre. Lcmua, Lyon3, Jnmps Thurst0
chri. Honklns and Mvron Hi.tnhin.
Charles Hopkins nnd Myron Hutchlns.
uuxnu T ill inn HUftrn nn nnr nrnnnliinrr -. . .
f ------ 1 1 t 1 i kiv- "i ritiiui-. 1 nti ltl 11 If N fir 1 nm
" "rP.' v.- iciu. ill UH. I. v..
WARREN
Mrs. G. H. Campbell are
tllnvnient
a store-Mrs. Anna Coombs Is visiting
Massachusetts. F, S. Dyko of North-
u.u ...... . v. .
ncHi na iii iumii iiiw ntdi weeii. etr.
f-ranK utookh went to woybridge Sun-
day.-Orrln Clough anil Samuel' Patter.
8on, who wont to tho Hcatuu hospital
to havo a limb amputated, have return. t
Kin nnH
have mov-
leld. Mr.
home In
ireinia. jennla H mm. . n. ...t u-
t . ,,"r jici.
nouso ann gono to Han Pedro, Calif., to
TrV w" T";
"e ??n ," 111 anJ BlBter' of
0"t"c"cr T 10 . Uev- A. Furness
"Poko as a substitute for thn tlnv.
1 EAST CALAIS
vnunio
... ,
J0,'ert Kenlston was a business visitor
,,' ,Bar,1',0 the Iast ot the week.-C. J.
"atcheldcr of Cabot was In town Frl-
ay vlsJllnK schools.-Several from here
a,,,cn'IM' the seven cent entertainment at
00llar,1 on Thursday ovening.-Harold
B"rnIlam ' New Hampshire Is visiting
ut Marne Hawklns.-Mrs. Clara Pierce;
, ,H. heen vIsltlnK her sister, Mrs.
?, AVnrcc!, In Montpeller for some
- 00(Js,vl"e hoPlal to Dr. nnd Mrs.
n i , tJ",ne" ot Bradford. The
- .. : '"l"u,"' ot ,ir. anu Jirs
i-m Liwineu ot tnis place. Mrs. Austin
Gove was In .Montpeller Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Whalen of Montpeller
spent Sunday at George Law-son's.
Verno Wheeler was In Montpeller Tues
day to visit his mother, who Is III at
Heatotl hnqnllnl MV J r ...
r-i . 1 , ...,.. .. ...
:
"a- to visit
Scott were recnt vlsl 0 s In
Windsor County
SHARON
I The burial of WmBW ... .
! a his home In o'raf ton N . '
nnlAl... 11 m ....... . . -
townspeople.
I WHITF WIVO TITXTom,,
I ' - -iiVXlUi
The quarantine on children under 16
.wo vt KC in nite Klver Junction vil-
I !l fa Vnnnai ...
lge, because of the diphtheria enldcmle"
was lifted Thursday afternoon.-The (iiar-
terly conference of the official board nf
tho Methodist Episcopal Church wa-s held
- ""ciuuk wun tne Rev. w R
Davenport, superintendent of the nt'
. 'cii,iui ouijennte-naent of the U
Alt.--.- .11... . . ... 1 ' C ' !-
"inirict, presiding. Following the
mePtlllP- nf I ii a hnnn .1
hllttnna TTtc, .
" ouiconur os engine nouso
foreman Is Thomas Palos. George E
Bowen. traveling auditor of th int.-l
national Paper company, whn hn k
. . . . V. . t . . a. . ..
' r .,i . . ,
Emma"? Z-?"'
church were present, and a very helpful
B3 BlVen oy ine uev. w. R,
vjci,-iiio uev, mt. unnse or W ider
held a meeting In the Congregational
ere.Hn IvlT Ktl SP"k
IT" ."E" C.1U.. '
aZyo, Monday ''aHer a ,ongB tlmTof
'L hJ. .1.J
tho chapel Frldav evening
Proceeds are for nn organ fo
' ,.?,
i...iv.7ui hu an (Miicrimnmt'iu in
this week.
-The n.n,.i 1. .Z.: , Z
O. F. came to Rochester Friday evening
last, to work tho first decree, at the
tod no rooms hera. Thp m?i nrnf.
Thursday,' November 4 the Rev E. 13.
Robblns officiating
n
....
Don't bo around thn corner when op-
,., i,,ni,., tv.
Don't forget oppor.
tunlty may bo bunging hard In to-day's'
jiapor. Read tho nds.
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