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Addison Comity
Frank 1'. Wnrren has sold his
sarago on Court street to Wil
liam Katon and Mrs. Horace I'ratt
of West Cornwall, who will take posses
sion at once mid operate thu business
Jointly. Wlllinm At. Ollison, tho favorlto
director Of entertainments, has In prepara
tion n minstrel cntcHalnment for tho
benefit of the local Modern Woodmen,
which will be Riven ut tho opera house
In Mlddlcbury Friday evening, November
2il. There wil. bo 2,'i pooplo In tho casts.
Tho Misses Katherlnc, Margaroltc and
Mol'y Morris of Rutland nro In town.
Mr. and Mrs. Elijah I,uUounty liavo Fold
their homo placo on the East Middlebury
road to Mr. and .Mrs. Kent F. Klrby of
East Mldd ebury. Mrs. Iru 11. ' La
Flcur and two daughters, the .Misses
Do'phlno and Ourtnulo l.nFleur, have re
turned from Orwell, whero they have
been spending a few days at their former
home, Eagle Inn. Miss Alice Itnlpln, n
teacher In the high school nt West Hut
land, camii to town for an over-Sunday
vlRlt with her mother, Mrs. I. F. Ilalpln.
Miss llnlpln had charge of tho speaking
for Thursday night's Armistice day
celebration In West Rutland. JIKs Rcna
Mack has returned from Whiting, whero
she has been on a short visit to her
mother, Mrs. I'henner Vail. Robert
Adams of Rutland and brother, Wlll.'nm
Adams, of Shrewsbury, nre In town for n
few dn. Dr. A. D, Ilarter of Rutland
Is In town. Mr. and Mrs. A .1. Itlackmer
and Miss My n Styles, who have spent
10 dnys at Lake Pleiad Camp on Hancock
mountain, have returned home. Mr. and '
Mrs. llano Jackson and two children of '
Voughkoops'e, N. Y nre In town to visit I
Mrs. .Jackson's nfither. Mrs. Mary Can-!
well, Kenneth Oorham of New York
city Is In town for n few days' I
visit at the home of his parents, Mr. and '
Mrs. L. ,T. Oorham. Mrs. I,. H. Stalker1
has returned from Cornwall, where she !
lias spent a few days. Cliar'es Rrush and
family hno moved from Mutiroo street
to the house which they recently pur
chased on North P easant street.
Miss' Annie I. Gerry will be tho
speaker at the Woman's club rooms,
under the postolflce Friday afternoon at
three o'clock: subject. "The Relation of
the Community to Social Service." Mrs. I
Allen T. Calhoun has returned from Bos-1
ton. where she has spent two weeks with
her daughter. Miss Lucy Calhoun. Mrs.
Hffle 1'ersls Treble, who hud been III for
homo time, died at her home. In Bridport
Sunday at 11:30 a. in. Sho wns CS years
o d and Is survived by one son, Albert
A. l'reblo of Bridport. The funeral serv
ices wero held at her late homo yesterday
afternoon nt ono o'c ock. Tho burial wan
'n Lake View cemetery In Sherehnm.
.Mrs. l'reblo was born In Fon dtl I.ac, Wis.,
January 10, 1So2. and was tho daughter
of Daniel and O'lve (Kaphnni) Huestis.
Addison Encnmirment, No. -7. I. O. O. F.,
held a special meeting Monday. Tho
roKUlur meeting wll! be held next Tues
day evening when It Is expected degrees .
will be conferred on a class of candidates,
after which n ehlcken-ple supper wll! bu i
served. Miss Hello Forest of Uulfalo, !
N. Y., and Mrs. William Mu'len cf Cam
bridge, N. V., are In town to visit their .
father, Barney Forest, who Is spending,
the winter at the home of his brother, i
Joseph Forest. Tho Rutland Railroad
company is repairing and improving the ,
underpass just north of tho railroad sta
tion here. A largo gang of men nio busy'
about tho Job. There will bo a school
entertainment by the pup'ls of the school!
In district No. fi In Cornwall Friday eve-
nlng, November 19. Tho teacher of tho!
school is Mrs. Hattle L. Kendall. The,
ladles are requc&Ted to brill? refreshments
and there will bo dancing nt the con-1
elusion of the enter .alnment. Miss E inn-
beth White has returned to Rutlnnd after
a few days here with Miss Mary E. WIN,
Hams. Mr. and Mrs. John J. Jones and '
their son, Charles F. Jones, have returned I
to Castleton, after a few days in town. '
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bfebe and Mr. i
ami Mrs. Wallace Brock have returned
to Dorset after a week In town. Mrs, j
Milton Miller, who has been spending u
few days here with Mrs.-Alice Ilalpln,
has returned to West Rutland. John W. 1
Mead has returned after a few days' visit
at li s homo in Rutland. Miss Eliza K.
Sessions of Fast Mldd'ebury. financial
secretary of tho Kum Hnttln Homes, has
gone to Rutland and will spend bomo
tlmo in Rutland county making her an
nual collections for the homes. Miss
Marlon Bliss, a teacher In the West Rut-1
land high school, has returned to that ,
place after a week at her home here. !
A meeting of tho Mlddlcbury Arc de- ,
jiartniont was held In the hose rooms '
Friday evening, presided over by Chief
Engineer Edward Illgglns. ' Tho depart
ment has been reorganized as follows:
Fred W. LaPan, captain of the cheinl-
eal department, with the following mem
bers: A. C. Ken worthy, Harry McCreay,
Edson Graves, Walter Calhoun, John
Jero, Arthur Forest, Milton Blown mid ,
C. F. Rogers. John W. Pinncy was
elected captain of the hoso division, with j
the following members: Stanley D.
Rose, Joseph Marseilles, Clayton Shores,
John McMahon, Arthur Hurray, Clarence
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Jtosii. 23 Wnt M Ilutland. Vt. Collec
tions bought. 14.wr.8t
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FOR SANK Finn, healthy pl(! from six tn
nine weeks old, also two young brood
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WOULD YOU UK an Independent farmer
and own the land you work? Hero In
your chance: 215 acres, less or more,
well watered, comfortable buildings, good
noil, plenty of wood and timber, all for
$2,230,- $1,000 down, balanco on easy terms
nt flvo per cent: would exchange for prop,
erty In Hurllrmton, An enterprising man
can make this farm pay for lt"elf In 12
months; buy It W. V. Farr, owner, Ilur-
inirtoii. Vt. STI,0t,w,lt
Cole, H. C. Cutting, Philip Wommltt,
William Slmonds, F. A. Holghtcr and
W. J. Hnrtln. Tho full uuota of tho do
partmont Is mado u by tho trustees and
flro wardens who aro members pending
tho election of permanent members.
C. F. Ilogors was elected secretary nnd
Stanley 1). Roso treasurer. Another meet
ing will be held In the hoso rooms Fri
day owning of this week nnd It Is ex
pected several now members will bo pro
posed for election. Mrs. Knte Morrltt Is
seriously III with henrt complications fol
lowing pneumonia at tho homo of C. .T.
Matthews. MIbm Ruth Wnlkor, who has
been In town for u few days to visit her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry c. Walker,
has returned to Proctor. .Judge John K.
Weokc, president of tho Addison County
Trust company, was lecently elected nt
a convention of tho American Hankers'
association In Washington, n vice-president
for the Stnto of Vermont. Albert
Grahnni, who has been In town for a
Week to visit his brother, M. J. Graham,
has returned to White River Junction.
Mr. and Mrs. 17. A. Perry liavo re
turned to Cuttlngsvllle after a few dnys
In town with .Mr. Perry's brothor, E. S.
Perry. Tho McMahon Brothers nro
exhibiting In the Htoro windows
of Ives & Shnmho on Main street
a loving cup which was awarded by the
State Fair association as sweepstake
premium to the bum li of Morgan horses
owned by William S. Todd, which they
took to the State fair Inst September.
Their horses took live tlrst premiums
and one second. The cup Is of silver,
gold lined, and stands 21 Inches In height.
Col. Jnmcs M Tracy went Mondny to
Alston, Mass., where he Intends to upend
tho coming winter with his daughter,
Mrs. Florence I.. Rich, Miss Irene Qulg
ley has returned to Rutland lifter n few
daya here with her sister, Miss Ruth
Qulgley. Mrs. Josle Desordor of llub
bardtown and Miss Maud Luther of Rut
land have returned to their homes after
a week In town with various relatives.
Dr. and Mrs. W. G. Hodgson hove, re
turned to Rutland nftor u short visit In
town. Truman L. Eells has roturned
after ten days In Hartford, Conn. Albert
A. Greene, Jr., has returned to Middle
town Springs after a few days In town,
W. F. Lauber has moved his shoe re
pairing shop from the rooms over the.
American Railway Express olllce to the
rooms over he I). S. Pease furnlturo
Store Oil Mnltl Mtlvw.t Mnrwlni- mnt.
day, eggs brought SO cents per dozen and
dairy butter So cents per pound. MrB.
Alice Blgeiow has gone to Boston, whore
she will Bpend tho winter with her
Judge Jed V. Lndd nt Hiirllni-(
to this town Wednesday to try a enso
hero In placo of Municipal Judge A. AV.
Dickens, who considered himself to bi
disqualified to sit In the case and who
procured the services and attendance of
Judge Ladd for that reason Tho enso
v is State vs. William Munson of Fast
Jdlcbury, who was charged with hav
1 s some two years ago stolen dishes and
lockery ware from J. W. Tatro of
Starksboro. Munson was arrested last
August by Deputy Sherlft Fdward illg
glns of Mlddlcbury and has slnco been
at liberty under ball. His home placo
In Mast Mlddlcbury was searched and
some of the goods alleged to have been
Muicn wero round mere. A Jury was
picked up in Mlddlcbury nnd neighbor
ing towns and the ca.se was on trial all
through tho day with State's Attorncv
Allen R. Sturtcvant ot Mlddlcbury ns the
prosecuting nttornoy. while tho defenso
was managed by James B, Donowny and
Ira 11. LaFieur of Mlddlcbury. Tho
ground in this section was covered by nn
Inch of snow Wednesday morning for thu
first time this season and the mountains
to the eastward were white with snow
as far as could bo seen In both dlrec-tions.-Mr.
anil Mrs. Abner Woodruff nnd
two young children of Cairo, HI., am in
town for an extended visit. Mr. and Mrs.
Homer Bain nnd .Mr. and Mrs. Charles
A. Lyman have returned from Boston,
whero they went last week to attend tho
annual meeting of tho National Orange.
Mrs. H. K. Howard has returned to Lud
low after u week In town. The pupils of
some of tho departments of the graded
school gave n entertainment in tho High
School hall Tuesday evening, which was
unite largely attended by the parents of
the pupils and other townspeople. Tho
( ntertalnment passed olf in a highly sat-Isfu-
tory manner and the proceeds will
go towards a fund to purchase now music
for the schools. Arrowanna Rcbekah
Lodge, No. 1.-,, j. o. O. F., held u well
attended social Tuesday evening, one of
a series to bo run through tho winter.
A good program was carried out, after
which games and dancing were enjoyed
until well Into the evening. A thrce
piece orebest-a from tho college rendered
some flue music. Refreshments were
served. William Ford Is ill.-County Fish
and Gamo Warden George H. Chaffee of
Mlddlcbury has appointed the following
deputy wardens to whom tho successful
dier hunter may report his deer: Addi
Min, Waldo Clark; Bridport, Herbert
Howe: Bristol. Coorirr, H TTnrr. n
Charles N. Lano; Ferrlsburg, Herbert
Bootho: Goshen, Thomas Hooker; aran
vllle, Ora Brlggs; Hani ock, Daniel Dun
ham: Leicester, Frank Seymour; Lincoln.
William York; Middlebury, George 11.
Chnffoe, county warden, A. L. Austin,
Alfred Chapmun and W. L. Forbes;
Monkton, Ernest Stllson; New Havon!
William Grovor; Orwell, A. A. Sanders;
anion, Waldo Clark; Blpton. Charles
Cook; Salisbury, Edward Whitney; Hhuro
hain. E. N. Church- :inri,uhn, i. r
Hill; Vcrgennes, Herbort Booth; Walthaini
rtianson '.vright; Wcybridrc, Charles
James; Whiting, Arthur Froogard.
Irving Brewster hns returned to Newton,
Mass., after a few days in towt. at the
home of Wllma Hebert.
Mrs. David W. Ryan gave a party FrN
nay anernoon in honor or the loth birth
' day anniversary of her son, Thomas.
Ten of master Thomas' playmates wore
present nnd games were played and re
I freshinents of sandwiches, enko and Ico
I cream wero served, Mrs. Eliza Qulnn
catered -James Thompton of aioversvlllo,
N. Y hns been vlslt'ng his aunt, Mrs.
Ezra M. Bal,. Aldermen Levi II,
Brown and II. W. Day hnvo returned
from a week's deer hunting trip nt
i Meachan's Lake In the Adlrondncks.
i They report poor hunting and during
their trip did not get a shot nt a deer.
Friday, Hernia Vlstu Camp No. 80,10 Mod
I ern Woodmen of America furnlshVd seven
learns and a double plow tractor to do
i tho fall plowing for a brother member of
tho camp, Arthur Langevln, who h
t seriously III. The mcmbora of tho camp
who wero not nblo to rurnlsh teams or
help manually In tho work freely con
tributed financially to help defray tho
expenses incurred by the camp In doing I
the work. During tho nftcrnoon II. C.
Ingham for tho camp took a plcturo of
tho laborers and tho scene, Tho Misses
Gjuco Leonard anil Marcella Radlgan.
tenchersi In tho Vcrgennes schools spoilt
' tho week-end with Miss Leonnrd'H
parents in Orwell, Mrs. C. H. Stewart of
Charloto Is visiting Mr, and Mrs. John
Grnvello. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ottlcy
of Geneva, N. v, visited friends In town
Mr. and Mrs. Wu'tcr Tappan liavo re
turned from a two weeks' visit In IWrolt,
Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Carl D.
Brownoll liavo leturncd from a
week's visit to relatives In Morrlsvlllo
Thoro was n good nttondanco at tho
meeting of tho Pnrent-Tencher nssocla-
I t,0n Monday evening nnd an Interesting
'program was curried out as follows:
Vll'nr.1 A.lfLm.. ,.,ilnL.
pretty, though quiet, wedding Monday
afternoon when their elder daughter,
Kuth Field, was united In marriage to
Uaymond aiddlngs of Plttsford. Tho
ceremony took place beneath an arch
MUSlc. Men. 1
"Vial.,. . c. , , ,., . ,, 11 wcckB visit In East Randolph with her clubs, Mrs, W. W. Slnck of Hnrlnufleld
Vision, of Sir Launfnl," Mrs. A. 8. parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. William Arm- will bo present. Tho regular program as
Ilnven; talk on "English language, Supt. strong.-Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Rny of Hart- follows: "Early History of Vermont "
Wli:iam Cogglnsi "Our Use of English," ford Mr. nnd Mrs. Rico of Munches- Miss Parmolee, Mrs, l'urlnton; current
Mrs. C. R. Benton- language game, grades j?;.:. " SLutln' vlsllors "f "'V, l11 fr""' "'"viand Robinson,
,, . ,. , ., " 1 . their sister, Mrs. J, C, Tabor. Mrs. Bosworth; "Vermont Music" In
two nnd three; drnmntl.atfon. "Huslness tninntl,I . charpe of music comml le" r freshmen "
Demands- Good English," grade Mx; SHOREHAM In charge of social co mm ttce MI
article, "I Am tho Spoken Word." Joyce Tho community social In the chapel TuT," wm,' wbh nt home from hnr
Cotey.-Patrlck E. Kennedy Is III nnd his was n sue css.-S. R. Wltherel, who was u. ! u V, ,, , y .r Su"dny'-M'
Plumbing shop Is closed for tho present. I ln """""" Prand juror last week, Is a! W OoVo ? inddlebnrv kh.Iv, ""r
-Harry Spooner and Howard Clark mado 1 'rtiZ' ,R0 "errVn. XctarT,tttaUS:
nn automob lo trip Monday night to , tftrtcd for nlloxa, Jllss.. Tuos- l)on av!n oivlalon of Bo, ton vi i
Whitehall, N. v.. tomarketl turkeys ,,tt. WnhnHr Mthey " I? TT 'hC , t"w nl d re" d the high
Tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Clark 7 IJ1"' T- Cook have returned nl, Rrn,1(!t, Jchool 111
of East Forrlsbur.- u-n th rn t rom Haven, Conn.-Tho thnnk-of- (ir..MM1,., ,hn ,,n,lh. V. n?
running pino nnd bitter sweet, tho';,;" . t "!...
Rnr. William F. Frnsler. nastor o
of the'
Vcrgennes Congregational Church, om
clatlng, Tho best man was Clarence
G ladings of Boston, brother of tho groom,
nnd Miss Holen Clark, a slater of tho
bride, was brldesmnld, Tho brldo worn
a bluo traveling suit nnd carried white
roses. The bridesmaid wore a brown
suit and carried yellow chrysantlminunis
After the ceremony a luncheon was
served. Tl.o newly wedded conplo left
last evening for Montreal, whero they
will spend their honeymoon. Mr. nnd
Mrs. Olddlngs received many Useful nnd
pretty wcddlnp gifts of cut gla's, silver,
linen, money, etc. Those pretent from
"... . -"r- "'" r. .1. i.
nay night to break Into the
garage of A. It. Tnbcr back of h!u
l residence. A pane of class itm'de the
door nt the roar was broken and nlso
tho lock, but not enough to effect on on
trnnce. The garage, besides a enr, con
talnod automobile supplies and no clue
has yet been found ns to who were con
cerned In tho affalr.-WIUIam Watt of
New Ilochelle, N. Y., who arrived hero
Saturday, left Sunday evening for Phila
delphla. Accompanied by I1I3 daughter,
Miss Mary Watt, who has for a number
of years been an invalid. Mies Watt will
lo pfac. TrhpUni I Th aelph
for treatment and Mrs. Watt will Take
rooms In that clty.-Mrs. Robert T. Fo3"
ter Is 111.
Tim Ilev. William F. Frazlcr will give
a stercoptlcon lecture entitled "From
Rlaverj- to Servlco" this evening In the
auditorium of tho Vergennes Congrea-
tlonnl Church.-C. S. LeCaln of Burlington
has accepted a position with the National
Bank of Vergennes. Mr. and Mrs John
Gravcl'o visited Mrs. Qravelle's mother
and sister In Colchester Sunday. Mr. and
Mrs. W. Hatch of Burlington were recent
i 'Jlnmnir. M-o r tr tu..,..,. n...u with hfr . Lim, r ,a ur.id-. ,.. cu...
',. ij ... """""" '"' I ' cm-'".- . iiasi,, rr tno w ntcr. Char lot Roberts
Holden of Plttsford, Mr. nnd Mrs. Clpr- I ham.-Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank A.Inrd have has gone to Florida -Mrs William Hub
euro Olddlngs of Boslon and William returned from Rochester and BrjMdon, bard of Roche-dol visited her daughter"
Clark of Worcester, Mass.-An at- where they vlsHod friends nnd relatives Mrs. L. M. Church, part of Inst week
tempt wi made somo time Fri- l"t week. going homo Simdav.-Mb.s Tiln'n'ci,.
visitors nt the homes of Mr. nnd Mrs sltJ' " ' ermont. 3pent tho week-end with with .Mr. and .Mrs. George Ladeau. Mrs.
jW. M. Varncy and Dr. nnd Mrs. Frnnk Mr- and M' c- u- Hoffnagle. Miss M. J. Graves and children of Brandon
M. Rogers. Mrs. Napoleon Rivers visited Fui:cr will bo nt tho town hall Wcdnes- nre visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Car
hcr daughter. Miss .Marie Rivers at tho laj' aftrnoon and speak in behnlf of tho ,ln,la f'lllTord. Miss Dorothy Shlveretto
Fanny Allen hospital yesterday. Mrs. hot school lunch. All parents nnd school has returned from the. .Mary Fletcher hos
.C. II. Stewart of Charlotte, who has been directors are cordial y Invited to be pres- I'ltal and is progressing well. Mr. nnd
a guest for several days at the home of "nt. Tho N. H. club met with Mrs. Has- Mrs. Fred Shlverette spent the 1th with
I Mr. and Mrs. John Gravcllo, has gone to SOn DavIs Thursday. The farewell reccp- his parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. Dennis Shiver
Bristol to visit friends. Tucsdny the em- tlon' Bvn Mr. nnd Mrs. V. Young Mon- ette. Henry Mlnum, who Is helplnv his
I ployes of tho Middlebury and Vergennes lay evening was largely attended. A brother. Eugene Mlnum. this fall, has
.Central telephone offices presented Miss PUrso of about $70 was presented to them. K"nc to his home In Bristol for a few
Mario Rivers, who is at the Fanny Allen
Hospital recovering from an onerntlnn for
appendicitis, with a. wonder bag contain-
Ing 22 gifts ono of which will be presented
to her each day. Miss lelccn Ryan is 111
with grip. R. T. Mclntyro nnd Harold
Dalgnenult went on n business trip to
New Haven yesterday.
Tho bnnquest held at roproscnt.itlvo-
elect. E. P. Stllson's hnmn Tnow.ifiv
I evening, was largely attended by
townspeople and friends, nlso several
friends from out of town.' An elaborate
oyster supper was served, besides an
abundance of other Rood eattblcs.
The company was also treated to cigars
and candy, nnd a general social
time enjoyed, Mr. and Mrs. II. II.
Ayres visited friends In Vergennes tho
11th and attended the entertainment
and banquet. Tho estate of tho late
Mary Stllson has been probated for set-
tlement. Tho first meeting will bo
held at Vergennes November 19.
Tho flrst mooting of tho administrator
and commissioners of the estato of Mrs.
Delia Dean which was recently pro-
bated, was hold at the home of her
brother, A. C. Collins. November IB.
A meeting: of tho Ladles' Aid will be
held at the homo of Mr. and Mrs.
Leonnrd Meech lnstnnd nf ,!, ,-....
hall Friday. Tho committee In chnrgo
is .Mrs. Myrl Ayres and Mrs. Delia
Iuld. Dinner will be served. A largu
attendance Is desired as especial bust-,
ncss Is to bo arratife-ed. A cordial In-
yiUillon Is extended to all.-The old-
fashioned husklng-beo at the homo
of I'restor. and Hollb, in Barnum-
ton was enjoyed by a large crowd.
Supper was served und a social hour
onjoyed. Mrs. D. E. Meech went to
tho Vanflu Allnn V,Anltl rn.. i - - a
' "i'ui lucmiay lor is w. .Mcaoer. the pat week, ro.umcd
nn operation on her throat. D. E. Saturday to his h mc in Bristol C H
Meech und daughter, Myrle. nccom- Ilosg. hns returned .n m Rutland' wiieir.
panted her. , Ilv juryman ho ufcided t! e United
CORNWALL I States dlbtrlct cour Mrs. Cora Clough
. ,r , , has given to the town llbrsr th:-e
Mro. Carl Morse, who recently un- largo hlatorlos of "New York nt Gottvs
derwont an operation for appendicitis bur." nlso "T'.ui Great Bebdllon," 'bv
nt tho Mary I-letcher hospital. Is ro- J. T. Hartley. "The War Between th'o
elect and Mrs. A W. Foote, who at- United States" by Alexander Slvens.
portod as dolnp well. Lleut.-Gov - and three ye ir bcolis.
tended tho National Orungo meotincr In I
Boston, will spend the week-end In BRISTOL
Somem Conn., with their daughter. I ., , . ,
A' ss Jessie Footo. whn a nl,l,,f
thero.-Mr. and Mm. Elton Chatterto
who luive purchased thn horre of Mr
"nd Mr. S do Lceuw fn .own
una nir. Jicou Do Lceuw In town,
hnvo moved their housohotd goods from
heir 'oinier hnn-n In n,,. i .v,
-Mr anTrM. jL.oh l
7one , ' p 'i0' "f.6; h0Z
UCuw',;nflmh ,H,:.
Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Hoyt, liavo irono to
Iln'tStlUrfth, N. Y tO Visit Mrs.
n-v. , ,
(II egffs Bister, Tho Woman s Mission-
nil rnn.r , , V T, "f !:'?
.t iVJ JTry "ff:rl,,K
M?. mi It r i Wmri n'ii10"dayr
;V,V,.n, ,,1?; ,1 Vm,Bro",a
' " .,
show of the ermont Statu lortlcu -
turn society of wdilch Mr. Wltherell Is
prosldont. Mr. nnd Mrs. WlthereU re-
lumen inn rriuuy irom imriioro,
Mrs. E. P. Preston of Syracuse, N.
Y who nas noon n puest of nor cou-
sins, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Lane, wont on
Saturday to Burlington whero sho ls
n guest of Mr. and MrH. Frank Hoberts.
uivrvii t iuurj
Myron Thompson Has moved from his
houso on Chllds hill Into part of A. B.
Wllbor's house.-MIss Ruby Wllber of
Rochester spent part of last week In
town visiting old friends, An automobile
drivon by Horace Taylor and Myron
Thompson's team driven by Mrs. Thomp
son collided last Wednesday evening und
tho result was n badly smashed wagon
and Injured horse. Mrs. Thompson hud
no light und Mr, Tuylor was using a
lantern for his light. None of the oc
cupants was injured. Mr, and Mrs. J, J.
Klnsella have closed their home hero
and left Monday mornlni for Boston,
It Is understood they will not return
until spring. Clifford Slater, who has
I S Allrn hoLX " C" New"" nf Middlebury nnd llla ! ::-nn, Frederick nnd George of Panton.
wlwo ?,o 1 yn ," nn, P , "ov- ' E- of Burlington. ren-'The afternoon was p'oasantly spent In
oi eratlon-rr d ni n. "ra! secret,.ry, delivered addresse. Ir. the Brnl conversation by tho older one-
?f Mh.newti 1W evening. The district org.mlzatlon was nnd games for the young set.-A pleasant
?.f;. "i," !!? t JL . .'fen 5uBt" Irfocted with these o'Ticers: President, suiTrlse was given Friday cenng at tho
.w.v.,. w.xvrn mcir cuiirinB. . T,,... r, ... .. ,.. . . hnmn nf at,- nml M r .Inlin IlrtCniin-i, In
v-w., v-w ki o-im program was enjoyed, Singing America; nwruinw numuw m i-uuui nmvra
England fruit show. They also visited piano duet Mrs Gulndon and Mrs. Lnn- at the close ond was cut by tho young
Mrs. Wltherell'B brothor, Sanford H. don; song,' Mrs'. Denlo- musical reclta- host much to tho merriment of his
Lane, at his homo In Englowood, N. J. tlon. Mm' v,,,', Mnmun enmt nnin chums, Ho was presented with a fountain
boon living In If. C. Bishop's tenement,
nov' his fam'ly Monday to Brandon.-
Mrs' l?rn Ford returned Sunday from
lTLT,v tl , ?u "T M-
. ,"lcty, ,7" W't,h G"yClt"-
,r.'"tJrnf,ttjJ,M . ""ended.-Mrs. C. T.
l Toh. nrnm,on' w a ,r('clfn R ,cst
"t,l,', Mooro s.-Mrs. Maria Smith has
, V 1 , llonu"f """'"" "n.
whero sho will pass tho winter.
Mrs. Charles Palmer and son, Ken-
neth, uro at their old home here pack-
inir some of their household effects to ""out i,af. Tho band expocts to pur
movo them to their home In Bolton, N. , I'haso now uniforms. Ivan Dwyer of
. .Mrs. ciuy Oulnn and child wo-u Sat- Huntington nnd Miss Alice Elizabeth.
"rdy with her goods to her mother's In
Huntington, and Leonnrd Qulnn went to
I I,ls ll0m'' 1" Shelburne. Arthur Jahbott
ls moving his family Into tho houso
caicA by the Qulnns and will work for
' Mr- Converse this winter. Herald Norton
will stay with them and go to school
bijuiii wiu ween onu
Alder. Elliott, who lives In Hanksvlllf,
formerly of this place, passed away Sun
day afternoon. He was 80 jars old. He
leaves, beside a widow, 0110 dough tor
nnd flvo grandchildren. Tho funeral was
held Wednesday at one o'clock nt tne
erusulem school-houso with burial In
nwir!!a,!llCm 1cpmp"r-Mt' ShoWcnJ Mru, .lennl, Baldwin has returned f,om
Stokes, who underwent an operation for a several weeks' stay wllh her niece Mrs
w lnn.nM f1," Fa""y "Cn ,'osPlt1-1"' ' l''ow!er, In Sou,), RoyVl.oml.Mr,:
; , ' . "" wj-iiu lie
Xv" n"1 ,,h,"1':
T. V ?" "B, rnl,lt vp" her1'
rCtUrncd ,0 thelr homo ln WRt'r"
I n'
Thn rocePt'n. which was given S.itur-
rt,ly evcnlnB t the town hall by Reprc -
pcnttlvo A. II. Horfnagle. was a very
I'lca!,a"t occasion. Much credit Is due
to n11 thoso wh" nslsted In the program,
whlch was excellent. Refreshments were
ser',(1' consisting of cake. Ice-cream and
unch- Miss Adenn Ring, of the Fniver-
lno 'uncrai or .miss ciar.i Thompson,
w"u "-" oniuniny nignt, will lie belli
to-dny at two o'clock at the home of her
nlccp. Mrs. Henry Dlmmock, where sho
, n . ?rv,x.T
Friday at 7:30 p. m. tho young pco-
,lIe w'" hold a T',iinksKlvliiE' party at
I the Baptist vostry. All aro most cor-
dlally Invited. Light refreshments will
bo served. Sundav sprvlef-n nro f, f,i
lows: 10:30, children's meeting; 11:00.
uivtno worship, tho pastor will preach
Thanksgiving sermon; 12:00, Sunday-
school, topic: "The Twelve Sent Forth."
Monday, November 22, a Sunday-
school convention for tho purpose of
teacher training will bo held In the
Methodist Episcopal Church, Middle -
Mrs. George Merrill was taken mid-
denly til with appendicitis and taken
to tho Mary Fletcher hospital at Bur-
"ngton whero she was operated on
and at this writing Is In a comfortable
condition, Ellsworth Grossman ot
Crown Point, N. Y., has recently visited
his nephew, Martin Fleming, and fntn-
H'. Joseph Rogers has roturned from
tho Mary Fletcher hospital where ho
"as llL,pn for treatment. F. E. Gran -
'ley was in Burlington Tuesdsv to
visit his- iile.-,, u-lin lino i.mii, i,n,i
operation for throat trouble Cbuido
Alien Is visiting Ins parents, Mr. nnd
-Mr8' J'- D- Allen,
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Dean are
moving Into tho house recently
purchased of U. J. Vanceletto. Mr. and
Mrs. Vnnrel,t win , .i.
vacated by Mr and Mim nun lohn
Elliot, who has been visiting his i.enhew
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-" " '" vumr.m.1 llCillieil
. . .
,y ,J:-iat01 Military band took Prt.
n toreh"Kht parr.do Thuisd.ty iW.,in,.. j
Tho b5's v'oro ' "nlfotm and presented ,r-t entertained at dinner In compliment
a flno nnnearance -There was n ve,-v sood ' Mr. nnd Mrs. Harvey Young of
,Vi !i. i ! 1 . Ynktma Wash Covers were lal.l for m
attendance ot nund'iy school workers at;inKlma' " asn- 1 prs were lain for 1G.
ll,fl "l3tI-'ct invention he'd In the Bap- Other relatives prewnt were: Prln. and
t.st Church Thurmny afternoon Ami evc-lMf"- W"m Cnrte-r: W1,1,am'
nln in c1.rBo of the Rev. R. W. Gould
treasurer, Mrs. Floyd Smith of Staiks-
nu,vi inicoiii'iii. ui uiiii'iieo rj uivi-
.nm. mi.. n. wj.i .i
slon, Mhs Dorothy Wright: superintendent
"f young peoples division. Mrs. Ralph
"r3wn: 'Perlntendent of adult division,
Mm. Ernest L. Sherwln; superintendent
nf anminlstrntlon, W, A. Beebe. I
About g- nttt,m,B(, tho soclal R,ven bj. 1
tho Delta Alpha class to tho men's Blblo
claS8 ond others In the Federated Church
parlors Frlilav nvnniiu- the followine-
ntnry Landon: accompanied by Mrs.
Lumlon. After supper wns served the I
Ilov. w ,,; ,vho n(.,0a as toast
master, called thn following who mado
remarks, B.W. Estoy, Supt, Beobo, E, B,
Qulndnn, W, E, Hanks Mrs. T. A. Nevll-
lfnn nnJ Hpl) i,an(ion. The get to-
gether spirit wns flno nnd It Is hoped
that there will bo more meetings of tho
kind this coming winter. Mrs. A. W.
Stearns and daughtor, Cornelia, wero
week-end guests of A.' C. Summer and
family. Dr. A. M. Norton, who under-
nf VMririr.hii,. ..,,,iAt t'L , n.... w nm noiioii (111(1 Hons. AIRrlin
i,,u iirv. a. v . i.iMiif'n: i.ei"rnirv un.i ........ ... ..... ...... ... . ...
wcni an operation ut Mary Flotuner nos- nuvo goou io unmui m mo uumo ,u
pltal n Wcek ugo Is Improving. Mrs. thoir daughter, Mrs. Frtd Smith, for un
Rosa James died nt the home of her son, Indefinite stay. Mr. nnd Mrs. John
Arthur, on West stroet Friday evening, Sprague wont to Port Henry Saturday
aged 73 years. She Is survived by four to remain over Sunday. Richard Tier
sons. Tho funeral was held Monduy now of Richmond visited friends In
ut nine o'clock nt St. Ambroso Church, town over tho week-end, .Tho In
The Rov. N, L. Archambnult olllclatcd. ilustrla will hold n meeting of the week
Dr. A, J, Packurd of Washington, D. C at tho homo of Mrs, Llzzlo Butterftold.
Is vlMting bor brother. C. C. Currier. Tho Friday ovonlng danco will bo
The Outlook club will meet Friday eve-J hold this week lu Jnckinan & Oarlund
I nlnff Inntcotl of Friday nftcrnoon ht tho
home of Mrs. I), W. Estoy. Tho nrcsMmit
of tho Vermont Federation of Woman',
Stevens of Cornwall was In town Sunday
JI"' 'ens and daughter, who had been
l,orn w,vcrnl tayKi homo
hlm.-Mr. nnd Mrs. Ward Newton of
Kansas City aro guests ot Mr. and Mrs.
t. ,:. wrignt. This is Mr. Newton's first
visit her ln 15 yenrs.-Mrs. II, D. Corklns
of Chntenngny, N. Y Is the guest of
her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. .1. A. Jennings.
The band closed a successful bazaar
ruesday evening. It Is estimated that
the grons rcclpts for the live nights was
, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frnnk C. King,
I n'er" married Tuesday evening at tho
I'arsonago by the Rev. F. M. Hagadorn.
va-"Tlle' wl" reside In town.
.Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Miller havo
' clored th-r house nnd iron In Mnun.
mh-,u, out oeen cnting rnr Mrs.
Harold Spoicer, went to South Royalton
Friday nnd will ro trum there to Nuv.'
port to seo her sister, Mrs. V. L. Day.
Mrs. E. J. Gocdvvnr who In South
Royalton to visit her daughter, Mr. and
Mm. Fred Hnynes, recently
nti' i.uinyeite is in Monkton with her
1 Mpr' "rt' OrVto -Mr an dMrV.
w- "' Mr. and Mrs. A. E. CilfTord.
Mr- Mrs. George O'Rryan. Mr. ami
Mrs. Frank Till I. Mrs. Kate. Ferguson,
U-..,- . Ml!,s Jano Ulck-
, , . ,u,,,al Mrs. S. '.
! ,tnmIa11 ,n Huntington the mh.-Mrp.
! 'NP,.t1 Sllllt1') Tremble of Jersey City is
with her parents and other relatives hern
ror over ThnnksKlvlng.-Mrs. Oertnnlo
' "avis, who has been staying with her
!ll!(tcr. Mrs. MaMleld, has returned to her
1,omo Mont poller. Clayton Ladeau nml
fnmlly of Lincoln spent the week-end
uays- stay
Tho Congregational club will servo a
New England supper at the town hall
Friday evening beginning at six o'clock
and cont'nue until all have been served.
Tho proceeds will be added to the fund
being raised for church Investment.
Mrw. Orren Nelson, who has been visiting
I" Manchester, N, H has returned
home. Harold F. CnrHr nf T.vn,l.,,-iii
spent tho week-end with Orren NeWon.
.Mr. anil Mrs. w. E. Stoddard and Mrs.
Cora Klngslcy were In Middlebury Sat-
"rday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur James of
West Springfield, Mass., were recent v'fc-
"rs !lt the homo of C. J. Klngslcy. .V
daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Will
, Pampson Monday. Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
Dyr entertained tho Liberty club Satur-
(1:1-v evening. Whist was played at four
tables. F. A. Atwood and Mrs. Plue won
flrst Prizes and Mrs. Atwood and Mr.
11011 "ocond prizes. Rfrerhments wero
seiwed.-Mr. and Mrs. Wilson of Mldd'e-
milv wurp vls'tnrs at C. J. Klugs'ey's
Sunday, Madam Dyer is spending a few
mVfl with her sister In Vergenno.-Mr.
n1"' iIr"' 1Iarol,t '" of Rutland were
' week-end guests at the home of Mr.
1 n-vpr's fatnL'r n"'1 motlier.-Mrs. H. N.
' Tatro went Tuesday to New Britain.
Conn., to the home of v . F. Chase, where
Mr. Tatro Is taking treatment for rheu-
Miss Helen Klncslnnd has returned
home from Barre after .spending n week
with friends. Mis. John Devoid nnd son,
Charles, are visiting friends In Ellen-
I burg, N, Y for a week. Mls,s Kathryno
' Mooney Is spend'ng a fow days In Bur-
''""ton. A. P. Wlllnms was in Randolph
nrwl T n tout if.iulr - i liiiu'nndU
nnd Barro last week on business.
Tho pupils of tho Mldd'ehrook school
on the honor roll for the dint two month3
are: Roe Field, Clayton, Dorothy and
Frances Currier nnd " ' n de Courcy,
Tlmisn ranking 0.T per and over nro:
Edward nnd Ruth i' mrcy, Cecelia
Dsnyow, Mark Field im, Daniel nnd
George Drlsco'I, Harvey Wood, Benjamin
Fit Id, Mary William and Donald and
Ralph Dnnyow. A social gathering oc
curred nt the old Carter home recently
' ...I, .... ..., Tnonnti fu nM nunlnt.,! 1... 1.
V" ' "a'Si?. '
? i1 . frnne ana Mr,.
hnnoi of their son Edward's llth birthday
r.nnivni - HRrv. The rooms wnre nrtlsilenllv
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nrranirod for the celebration. Covers
arranged for the celel
laid for 3. guests.
schoolmates, parents.
friends. Tho evening was
wiiirn lauiuueii
relatives and
as spent In games
nnu music, jicuusium i.
Miss Margaret Driscoll
Misses Ruth DeCourcy
nnd music. Rcfieslunciits were served.
poured and tho
und Rose Field
Pretty, caps and frocks served. A
mummoiii mrinuny caKe surrounueu ny tno
Mrs. F. C. Negus of Proctor spoilt a
low days tho past week with her par-
onts, Mr. and Mrs. M. U. Govo. Henry
Wheeler of Plalnfleld was In town two
days tho past week. William Hoag has
rented rooms In the houso of Daniel
Orvls and moved bin household goods
thore,, Mr. nnd Mrs. Harold Little of
North Ferrlsburg were business visitors
horo Friday. Mr. and Mrs M. B, Govo
Sunday services will bo held In the
Jlethodlst Church. Tho Rev. Mr. McLoyd
of Spencer, Mass,, who supplied tho put-
pit laat Humiay ns a candidate, wl'l speak,
Tho furnace of tho Baptist Church Is un
dergoing repairs. Frank L, Austin, archi
tect, of Burlington was In town Monday
to look nfter the work of tho Wultor H.
iiurnnam .Memorial, uontractor Arthur
N. Brown of Middlebury has a gang of
men nt work tills Week constrnetlnir tl...
cons ruct.ng tno
walls to tho first floor,
wnicn nro or
cement. Jir, nnu .nrs. I'-rea jamea oi
Fred Jamea of
Jcffcrsonvlllo nro visiting Mrs. JnmesV
father. Elmer I'arent.-Thlrty-onn books
have been added to the library through
. . . At. n
-Mrs. E. M. Tucker, who has been III
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A nnioniir
Mrs. Marlah Smith has been 111 the
past week, but Is a little better. Sho has
been active nil tho fall for a person who
Is S3 years old. Shu Ih being cared for
Uv hr tlnllt.ht,r. Tra liiinnrni lrn,t'ln,r
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Stel'n cross, wno is teach nc In Brrn-
don was home over tlicv week-end. Mr.
and Mrs. Julius Clark had us their guests
over Sunday Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Hatch
of Burllngton.-Tho Rev. A. J. Bowser
M moving to Windsor to become pastor
of the church there. Ho preached his
farewell sermon hero lnt Sunday. Tho
Orange meetlnfr will be held this week
Friday evening nnd election of officers
will tnko placc.-A -hurch social wna
held Tuesday evening In the form of an
auction ami n harvest supper was
servod.-Helona J'almer returned the flrf.t
of the week ,om a visit to Ger rude
nrnor at NortM.e.d. She also visited
Mr. nnd Mrs. WMto of Brattleboro. Mr.
Dyke,. Is movln to Orwell where he ha,
recently purclmsed the Ryan farm.
Airs, trancm cegor entertainej tno ciuo
at her homo Saturday evening. Doris
Clrk won fltst ptlze In the squash con-
tost News bp.s been reco'Md of tho mar-
rlaee of Rcna St. Cialr, vnungest daugh
ter of Mr. r.r.d Mrs. Wllllun St. Clalrs,
to William Yattaw of Vergr.tir.es, No
vember ft-Mw. Jessie Ifodgeson 'Is at
tho homo of her parer.U for a time.
Chittenden County
.li.uui ll.u VIVIX Al.UICIIUy illlClilUUII
iim uiitrni in iirt; was rung in oy l Human
Fox from box 21 In front of station No. 1
on Mr.ln street for a fire ln a houso
owned by David Walker on Mnplo street,
-i-l.- i.. . . . .
Llndley BIckneM has been at homo from Ubcr ' St. MT I
her school In Cornwall on account of III- Terrlcn, for a few days,
nesi. Mr. nnd Mrs. Rnlph Sargnt enter- -rhn fnnenl ut witin, Anm - .
tnlned aeveral of their friends Thursday 7l, MonUel er No! 'i wher
evening. Whist was played nnd refresh- hl, .. i,.,i . wne.r
i ur NPViMiu tiiin. i it iiDwi in iii iiui. Airs i r . .
house, has been occupied by two fami- homes bore over Sunduy K'inrt M.i -lies,
ThomaH Leger and family on the Gibbon, who has btne working for 'he
east side and L. p. Allard and family Kelsllch Construction Co., In Ed n has
nn the west side. The fire, which was finished work there nnd Is no rjr,nioed
caused by an overheated stovepipe, broke by Arthur Pa-hard. Emma ?.I ju' ti Imi
out on thu second floor of the tenement finished school at Jericho ten'ir nnd
occupied by Mr. Leger. He hnd been has gone to White River Junctlor to fin
putting on somo double windows, when, Mt the year. The local Study c'ub wa'i
on coming Into the house, remarked that entertained at Jericho Center Tuesday
ho smelt smoke and Investigating found afternoon by tho Study club there. Henry
the lire hnd broken out on tho second Diekerton has returned to h s work Ir.
floor in between the partition and the St. Johnsbury after spending a few days
lloor and made Its way up through tho at his homo here,
partition to the attic. When discovered J T
the blaze had broken through the floor.' UiNUfcilvHILL
The fire when It rea-hed tho attic had; Mrs. D. F. ITackett of Boslon return
i.pread across and was coming out nt ,i hom Tnorfnv. t.iUinr. h, ,n(W.
oom onus oi me nouse, netween ine
lnto roof and tho partition, when the
tlremen arrived on the scene. Three
sireams oi wv.ier, consisting oj icei
of hose, were put on to the building
within ten minutes after the alarm hnd
been rung In. The Are. which was a
Htllhhnrn one tn ftirht on ilrcniinl nf Hr
being between the partitions, was soon
under the control of tho firemen, who
had to chop their way through to reach
the maze. The Are pump used for Urea
was started as soon ns tho alarm was
rung In. but after running for a short
time a joint nt the reservoir burst and
the pump at the mill wns soon put into
jso in Its stead. At first sight of the
flro yesterday it was thought the building
wns doomed, but tho remarkable work
of the firemen saved the building. The
damage to tho building will run Into
the thousands, us It is water soaked.
The building was insured. Much praise
was given to tho fire department. B. J.
Planfettl. fire police of station No. 1, was
badly cut on the hand and Fire Chief
Lavnlley had two of his Angers burnt
while trying to open one of the windows.
Tho Ladles' Aid of tno Baptist Church
held Its annual meeting in the vestry
Thursday afternoon. The following ofll-
rers were elected: President, Mrs. D. C. sale and supper In no town had S.vur
Sluter; vice-president, Mrs. L. Aldrich; day evening of this week. Tho Rev.
treasurer. Mrs. r.uth Fletcher; secretary,
Mrs. Alice Snfford; work and flower com-
mlttee. Mrs. Wallace, Mrs. O. S. Nichols
and Miss .Mildred Aldrich. An encourag
Ing report was glvnn. Only two meet
ings In the year had been omlttod through
August. Tho vestry and church kitchen
ouvh ueeo , ,) ,,,,.. u.m u ..ea er
has been purchased for tho vestry, also
ilvanlzod pipe for tho furnace. Tho '
treasurer reported that tho society had
received from work and gifts 1107, all
bills paid, also paid missionary budget
of ? The uuota for the World's Mis
sionary movement, $1.5X, wns oversub
si rlbrjd, which payment Is made with
hearty response. The balance In tho
church treasury Is 1171.50.
The Woman's club hon securediWI'ron
A. Bcnt'ey nf Jericho to give a lecturo
on snowilakcs accompanied by photos In
motion picture form at the Cong-ewntlonnl
Church Friday cvnlng, November in, nt
7:30 o'clock. Mr. Bentlry has mado a
scientific study of snowllakes, raindrops,
dew and clouds and In this time hns takan
3,800 photom'.crogrnps of si'iowflskes t r.d
found that no two of them nrocverexn'-ily
alike. The lecture as we 1 as tho pictures
f-n' aura ,11 nrnvn n l'rlinl"n' intiiDi ir-n,,,'
an educational point ht view ns f. r amuse- ' ' fh-.sinoro lu co:i!l:ied to the -owi
menti with a hard cold -Mls Mnrleita To .1
The Red Cross roll call which Is being m,s retutr.ed te her work In tho te'e
carried on throughout the country will Phono exoh.mge after a fv0 weeks vnce..
bo mado here this week Saturday, The t''i,
following younf ladies will ennvas? the
village: The M'sses Laura Ashley, Eliz
abeth Burke, Kathcrinu Fielder, Doiothy
Hunt, Florence Nichols, Gladys Post,
Helen Prlndlo, Murgaret Teachout, Isa-
bolle Whltcomb and Elinor Wllley. Fifty
per cent of the amount collected Is ap
propriated for locnl wclf'iro, while thu
remnlndcr goes for national rellof work
which ls an Inducement for overjone to
ronow his membership or become a u,em-
bor. Should nuyono be overlooked thuy
may leave tho annual due, ono dollar,
wiin tno secicinry, Airs. l , .Meicuu,
Main s treat.
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Allen left Tucs-
day for Leesburg. Flu., where they
w It spend tho winter.
II. E. 'Wright, accompanied by Miss
N. Warron, went Tuesday to St. Peters-
burg, Fla whero they will stay during
the winter.
W. A. Bcntley s Snowflake" lecturo
under thu auspices of the Woman's
club will bo fi-lvon at the Congrega-
t onal Church under the auspice of tho
Woman's club Friday evening at 7:30
n clock. Members of tho Woman's club
nre expocted to urge tho mombers of
the r families and neighbors to attend.
Children under 12 will bo admitted
free. An Important mooting of
Woman's club will bo hold nt
o'clock preceding tho lectures.
Marvin Weed went Saturday to attend
Cornell University. Miss Ella Huzoltnn
Is working nt tho Rutlnnd Tolephone of-
flee, Brlgam llayucs Is working nights
t the Central Telephone oHlce-Mr A
W. Austin visited In Mll'rm Inst weel
It. L. Parker of Essex Junrllon with
forco of men Is putlntf a new roof rn
tho brick church.
Tim tt1n ..,t .1....- i i
Wortr naufintnltnt. .1. i.t t....
. ...iij utijivu KOUI IIJF LIU" Ill'
f-n- u . . . ,
"7uL3:"rc.h.p!;tra '""" '' music du.
. 7 ' ."""inent nnu ior inncing
M,M Kn, R r
i,nir r ;
n,,i.v ri..,. .., , , .. .
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Xv -ti m ! ' "ur""",t,n ove
?nJL'"H, nrJ', 1 r"' m?
mL'. .tfm.1 H,h('r L.eary .of "Ur
'.i rit:rsi!j oi re aiivca in tow
Jt. t'? "V ,'lll,lrlM LobI,fr
nas Rone to Now ork citv for a fax
' -.. i.w .in- .iivjr,i i,i IJU
Ladv of the Hr,lv l!r,.'irv T.-rl,l.... ,.
" " " - J ..vju, I11U1II1II
nt c'ght o'clock, tho Rov A P Clnrmon
olllclatlng. Tho bearers were Conrm
Fnrnsworth. Cl.ivt nn Tflln,,nb r.r ,v.i
town and George, Ernesi and IJdwan
Bulcy nnd J. Cheover of Montpl.er T1 ,
l.tit.l.,1 l .1... r ,,... .... ..
nun mi in,- irtiniiv in .if.r, rn ,.
foi-mur Immn nf ih tnmu, ti.
leavej his mother and ono brohr- h,
father having been kill, d thrno year
ago. Among those f,om ou' of tovw
attending the services werr Mr an'
Mrs. John Buley, Mrs. Abblgetn i:dwnrd
Ernest and George Buley jf Jin tpelur
vi.,..( At n-i. .,
0f BurlltiKton, Mrs. ManbHeld rf Yno
i,ury( chniles Vincent of New York c "
MrH iurco!I, ,Mr. and Mrs p i,,
nesoyi stephun v;00nntl of .)(,lolln.
jof,epll i,ratt n(1 daUKhu.r t,f ,iai.lcho
,, Mf. nm, Mrfl S( , 3,r
Mrs. Outchell of Burllngtoi, - Mr Geor;,
I!nrt!eU ontcrtalnp(1 tIp A a r ,
,.-,.. ,-,i.,.. '. . . .
&y a f tcriiooii" asslstol Atr' M
(00(irich "
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The Richmond Assonla-lon of t 10 R-
InOll'l l7nflriV,.f rr, nwt. ... ...... a. .11
TOWll" to a liiriri .Hid .n mm, I..II,.. II
ence Monday evening. ''.ah m r Ivt
In ' I , 'T
I h.? 9 ' ? '' Vroc
Hon. (nrrolI'M fiTchnnlrn a'
dance wblah followed.
Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Moul'm tn
fnMvo... j . ..... w,., JM.- IK"
.-iviitfiimini, in iiun-e.ier -rrnncs lie
of tho Burlington high tchnol, Me'bour'
Gallop of the L'nlversl'y of Wr-uot
nnd Lillian MacCibbon an 1 Knma Miu-
,, Tfclt. ,.:i. .. ., , ..
Mrs. A. C. Humphrev, with her to spend
wlnter.-A. P. and C B. Flemint?
hu. i,i.ho,.,i ., f,-. r ... i....-
..... ...tu.. . i. 41,11, i.C Jl.l'l,
wrere thev nre mnvlinrn K" Ttnm.
phrey ls a v.3itor !n town.-K rby Bran
hnvo bought out C. M Henderson and
tool: possession Monday.-Dal" Alger
r,iAn..nu .
where ho has bought a f'arm.-Mr and
Mrs. S. M. Packard were vislto-s at
Jericho Center Tuesday. O. it. Brown
0f Massachusetts was in town last weel:
palilnir on friends. I. n Mn'vin thn
star route carrier, Is unite ill. W. P.
Smith" is' ubAtitutliig for h'm at present,
Mrs. Algy Harner of St. Johnsbury was
a recent visitor nt her sl-ters, Mrs. W.
J,. Blalsdell's. Mrs. C-arles Cushtn ;
and son nre paslns a few days with
Mrs. L. S. Sumner. Mrs. Emma Cool;
of Jericho Is caring for Mrs. E. L, Mar.
tin, who Hi.
Tile Rev. Mr. Pomfrey ot RIchford an.f
the Ilev. Mr. Sears of Enosbuig Fain
tvlll elitca llni ftVTtn',..l'atln BrtM'lB 1,
they have been holding for the past tc i
days this evening Rachel Tatro h;uj
been 111, but Is able to be out agaln.-
The library will be open to-morrow night
Instead of Saturday night Tho C-ni-
1 munlty Ladies' Aid will li 1.1 u annual
j W. W. White attended the funeral rf
his nlero ut Newport Monday, returning
home Tuesday. Mm. C B. Stearns li i
roturned .homo after visiting In Burling
ton nnd St. Albans.
Jom Qunn Sun(lay at h()
, watcrbury .-Arthur Br.issor
co ti
nned to the house from the ((Tec's of
having teeth extracted. A c irl party
v.'ll' be held at libiary hall MonJar
night f'T tho benellt of tho Library si
c latlon. Lorcn Jennings ha- movid his
t.imlly Itilo W. E. l.ane'ii ter.emui -'r.
an'' Mr-. A. C. Palmor visited fr mi 13
ln More'.owi Sunday Vert: Tomllns
of BiUtol, Conn., bus been a reel!:
visitor ln town. Miss Christine Whalcii,
Miss Dalslo l'apgood und Donald Chur li
wero at thoir homes over .Sunday Mr.,
Jeniiio Carr ot Moi'tiliev fient thn w t, -
end with her ss;e-, Mri A. C i'a'mc
-Miss Elslo Pecso of Bur'ruElon h a
bc-fti spending a few days with r ir
mother, Mr. m. J Pce. Mrs. Gao'-n
KollOKK no.-; riturne-l fiom n few nti, l
,spat In Wost Uolton. -Mis. I B. At'.t ,,3
as In Burlington one dny last vrk -
At the special town meeting Thur".
day ovanln, n wnj voted nof to open ti4
fCliojl lu district iiuiiuh' tigiit
in r pptupnatt; money tor real wor: -n
Shclburne io.nl as i,h road c mir - mer
thought It too lato in ilic "ioasin f if i .
The sentiment of the voters prt n w a
taken In regard to the school iliilir i
iving tno uio of llio town ha 1 t .y
basketball and tho majority favored tha
selectmen granting them the use ut tie
Tho second ontortalnmcnt of the go-
res under tho ausplcis of tho eniot
cnsB of ,, MkU scllool wn lo K,vol,
Friday evening In tho town Hall at
v.Moh tlmo Samuel W Grathwoll will
c)ivor hltj lecture. "OettlntT By Your
Hoodoo." Mr Grathwoll ls a graduate
o( iAinn(l Stanford Junior University,
w,ero ho won three State oratork il
contests, For the past flvo years lu
ms i,eHn ajaresSng audlerces in all
arts of tho United S'atcs ond Canuda,
Thls ,s tne Pn,eruli,mcnt that w. s
scheduled for November I, but had tc
be postponed. W. J. Ilimliway hu.s mo .
,,,) from tlle tonomcnt In tho Glim n
niock. Tho annual supper and sal- I
uopo Circle of KIiib's Daughters wll
bo held In the vestry Friday afternoon
Tho Circle lias a supply of rtproiw
iiullts und fancy articles besides voko.
tables, home-made jellies and candles
Supper will bo served from lr0 to 7 30.
The young ptoplo'ti meeting will be
held In tho vestry Sntunmy evonluir. ,
commltleo of young: men will furulsl
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