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Community are Those Yhp Adver, Use the Columns of the News andCi ' for Paying Results. If you have something go sd to sell ad vertise it; if you want the people to know that you have a special bargain, udvertise it; and if you have any partic ular reason for makitg a special sale tell the public about it in this paper. VOL. XXXIII, m. 23 HYDE PARK, VERMONT, WEDNESDAY MARCH 11; 1UU. $1.25 A YEAR uS This blue X means that your subscription expires with this 'number and that no more papers will be sent you unless your subscription is renewed. Renew at once so as to receive next issue of paper. . en's Spring Fashions Will be shown here for Spring from now on, as we now nave tne largest and finest line of men's wear ever shown in Lamoille County. We are receiving new and up-to-the-minute mer chandise every day and our assortment ot Spring goods includes scores of smart and stunning suits, top coats, shirts, new neckwear latest patterns nats, caps, in all the and color ings. 1 Come in and see what is going to be worn by all smart dressers for the com- ing season. Custom Specialty, Tailoring our Monisville, Vermont A Gift That Pays Dividends Tkere are not many things you can give to wife, children or relatives that . will pay cash dividends and never wear out or shrink in value. But a Savings Account at THE UNION SAVINGS BANK AND TRUST COM PANY will pay cash dividends and will be an ever present incentive to the owner to become a capitalist. THE UNION SAVINGS BANK AND TRUST COMPANY of Morrisville, Ver mont, adv. NOTICE To Delinquent -Taxpayers of the Village of Hyde Park. There are some village taxes my book that are as yet unpaid. These must be paid in to me within ten days or I 6hall proceed to collect them accord ing to law. WALTER D. STRONG, ' . Tax Collector. JUST ADDED Two new varieties to Ellis' Fancy Cookie display. Try our JEVesli Potato Chips. Fresh XJsitliUGe and Ccilery Every Saturday. T. B. ELLIS, 8 "SB OLD HICKORY RUBBER BOOTS Hickory boots are strong for their weight and light for their strength and re warranted to give consumers satisfac tion. If vou want a good pair of boots that will stand the test call for Hickory. Price $4.00. Victor's $3.75, made by the American Rubber Co. H. WAITE & SON, 4 BUSINESS NOTICES. Hay! Baled Hay for sale. Will make a low price. C. S. Page, Hde Park. Wanted! Calves, Cheap Cos and Bulls also Good Farms for sale. . (Telephone 124-31 ) John Minek, Hyde i'ark. Wantid 1 Capable g!rl or wman to do housework. S4 a week for right ona. Mrs. V. M. Hakov, Morrisville. Potato BuybrI A Potato Buyer is now at Johnson and it paying 55 cts. per bushel. Vt. Fruit Co., Burlington. For Sale ! Two Cyphers Incubators ai.il Brooders, in good condition. Sell cheap. Winona Billings, Newport, Vt. Wanted at Once I A good reliable farm hand by the month. Also large dairy farm, stock, tools and team for sale. G. W. Chapin, Stowe. Notice I We shall have another carload of Cedar Posts at station in a few days. Let us know if you.are going to want any and we will notify you as soon as car arrives. We have two high grade Sleighs on hand, which we will sell at cost rather than to summer over; one of them an automobile iieieii. Also one standard' EAson I Phonograph, nearly new, and about 40 records, I which we will sell tor $15. Records alone cost nearly this.1 We took this in the course of trade and it is a bargain tor anvone desiring a phono graph. Strong & Goddard, Hyde Park Funeral of Mrs. Ida Churchill Among those from out of town to at tend the funeral ot Mrs. Ida Churchill last Wednesday were Andrew McGaffey, Mr. and Mrs. O. G. McGafTev, Misses Alice and Carrie Nash, Mrs Ella Hodges, and Mrs Charlotte Van Stienberg of Burlington; D. A. Barrows of Johnson; Frank Churchill or Orleans, Mr; and Mrs. Louis Raymond and Mrs. Will Ma cutcban of Stowe. The beautiful display of floral tributes completely surrrounded the casket and included a pillow of pale pink roses from the Myra Kingsbury class, of which Mrs. Churchill was a member; a pillow of white from the Universalist Society; a spray ot white carnations and purple violets from the II. M. Rich class; a spray of pink carnations from the chil dren of the Universalist Sunday School; a spray of yellow from the Woman's Club and purple sweet peas from the Morrisville Foundry Co., in addition to those sent by relatives and friends. Sugar and Syrup Labels at this office. Km AT SALEEBY'S Something you will need at once to protect you against the rain and slush of spring. RIGHT HERE you will find everything to keep yon dry For Men and Boys:-- A new line of Rubber Coats and Hats Raincoats Rubber Hoots All kinds of Rubbers ' Umbrellas For Women :-- Raincoats Umbrellas Rubber Roots Rubbers For Children:-- Raincapes and Rubber Roots l j. mm The Saves Morrisville, Vt. fJorrisville, VI. LOCAL NEWS MORRISVILLE March is March all right. r A . vjcu. n.. .worse transactea Dusui.'ss in Hard wick Monday. Miss Carl Daniels of Hard wick was a visitor in town today. . Dr. W. T. Slayton has been reappoint ed health officer of this town. Miss Lucy Slayton is visiting relatives and friends in Montpelier and Barre. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Suiallcy were re cent guests of relatives in Cambridge. Miss Ola Hood of Randolph was a re cent guest of Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Spear. Herbert Hyde of White River Junction has been spending a few days in town the past week. The Ladies' Circle of the Universalist church will serve a St. Patrick's Day supper next week. Mrs. Harry Baker and son, Robert, are spending a few days with relatives at North Hyde Park. li. b. Robinson has resumed his duties as carrier on R. F. D. No, 2 after a short absence because ot illness. Miss Alberta Boardman went to Bur lington Saturday for a few days' stay with relatives and friends. Miss Ruth Greene was a guest a few days the past week of her triend, Miss Winnie Wilson, in Johnson. Mis fesjie Ste.vrt v n a gu;s t last week of Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Ring", return ing to her home in Hardwick Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Barrows are mov ng from a tenement in the L. L. Camp bouse on Pleasant street to the newly finished tenement in the P. J. Liberty house on Maple street. News has been received by friends here of the marriage of A. W. Mears of Lyndon villeand Mrs. Viola Parker of West Burke. the ceremony being performed by Rev. J. Q. Angell at the Methodist parsonage in West Burke. "Chub" has many friends here who extend hearty congratulations. Umbrellas and Rubbers StoreThat mm You Money ' Don't lose that first run of sap.- Wallace Seymour completes hisehgage ment as clerk at The Randall next week Owners of dogs are reminded that all dogs should be licensed before April 1 st Miss flattie Bragg of Waterville is guest at the home of her aunt, Mrs. G. A, Wilkius. Mrs. Oharles Bragg of Waterville came Monday to visit her sister, Mrs. G. A Wilkins. School in the Academy and Grades opened Tuesday, after a ten days' vacation. F. G. Fleetwood spent several days re eently in New York City, returning home Monday. Miss Lena Sears was a guest Sunday and Monday at the home ot her mother in Johnson. - The Evangelistic services at the M. E, church close this evening with the "Pink Rose" service. Mrs. F. H. Goodrich has been confined to the house the past week, suffering an attack tf the grip. C. H. Slocum spent a few days recently with bis daughter, Mrs. C. M. Chapin, in Wollaston, Mass. Mrs. E. H. Hinds returned to Hunting ton last Thursday, after spending week with relatives. The members of the N. E. O. P. held a ten cent social at the home of Mr. and Mr9. A. N. St. Louis last evening. The next meeting ol the Delta Alpha class of the M. E. church will be held with Mrs. C. H. Raymore March 17. invitations are out for the Golden Wed ding Anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Eaton, which will occur Friday, the 13th George Durett of Barre was in town today and shipped his household effects, which have been stored here, to that place. The Earle store is showing some of the new "Balmacan" coats for ladies spring wear. They are simyly "it." Go in and see them. Mrs. Ernest W. Gates entertained Tues day in honor of Mrs. Peck. Four tables of whist were played and a dainty supper was served. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace E. Gilbert of Burlington were guests Sunday and Monday of the former's mother, Mrs. Kn lSIbert. - ..,.. . Don't overlook Ellis' when you want any o those "sunshine" cookies. He has just added two new varieties to his big assortment. The condition of W. S. Cheney, who is seriously ill, is slightly more comfortable today. Miss Canning, a trained nurse, is caring for him. Mr. and Mts. Charles E. Ross of Grand Forks, N. Dakota, arrived in town last evening to visit the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Brighain, and other friends in town. Meeting of Mothers' Club next Friday ifternoon at the home of Mrs. Josie BriJge on Maple street. The members are requested to bring their own work. Roll call, Mountains. Mrs. Mary TatroCiereria. who'recently underwent an operation at the Mary Fletcher Hospital, died Friday evening at 9 o'clock. Funeral services were held at Waterbury Monday at 10 a. ni. Wesley Wheeler left last Thursday even ng on his return to Casper, Wyoming, Htcr a several weeks visit at the home jf his brother, A. E. Wheeler, in this place and with relatives in' Hardwick. Some grocery clerks here are rather careless in the way they leave their teams while in the house taking orders. Horses are frequently left unhitched and well in to the middle of the street, so that teams have difficulty in passing. One day re cently four delivery teams were stretched in various directions across Maple street and a team in passing had to wind its way through the maze with great diffi culty. Death of Mrs. Chas. Nje Mrs. Charles Noe died at her home of BriJge street Tuesday afternoon at 2:55 o'clock after fifteen weeks' illness, from cancer on the liver, during which time she has been confined to her bed most of the time. Bridget Goodwin Noe, daughter of Isaac and Rose Goodwin, was born in New York state July 4, 1842. She was united io marriage 56 years ago last August to Charles Noe and to this union was born six children, one daughter br ing eight years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Noe came to this town in 1SG1, where they have since resided. Besides her husband, the deceased is sur vived by five children, Mrs. SyphiajSmith of Barre, Mrs. Anna Muzzey of Stowe, Mrs. George Blair of Burlington, Miss Maude Noe of this place and Adolpbus Noe of Waterbury, Conn., and by two sister, Mrs. Rose Thomas of Richford sad Mrs. Cordelia Cutting of Canada. Fnneral arrangements have not as yet been made as the services, will not beheld until the arrival of a grandson, Tred M. Ferrin, from Goshen Junction, Calif. Chapter D. A. R. Organized Members of the N. S. D. 'A? R-i living in Lamoille County have organized them selves into the "Captain Jedediab Hyde" Chapter with the following officers: Regent, Miss R. Louise Slocum; Vice Regent, Mrs. Isabel Fisk; Secretary, Mrs. Jennie Waterman; Treasurer, Mrs. Mae Terrill Cheney; Registrar, Mrs. Lizzie Fisher; Historian, Mrs. Nellie Grout; Advisory Board, Mrs. .Kate Warren Mrs. Augusta Wheeler. .; At present there are only twelve mem bers in the new chapter, representing but three towns Morrisville, Johnson and Wolcott. Other ladies in the county who are already members of the society at large or who wish to identify them selves with the. order of D. A. R., are most cordially invited to unite with the Captain Jedediah Hyde Chapter. For" the benefit of such persons we wish to say that anyone joining the chapter within six months of its formal organiza tion Feb. 23,' 1914, will be a charter member. " ' Golden Wedding Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Rodgers quietly observed their Golden Wedding Anniver sary Sunday, March 8, at their home on Brooklyn street, it being necessary be cause of the ill health of both Mr. and Mrs. Rodgers to give up their plans for entertaining their friends at that time Sunday was also Mr. Rodgers 74th birthday anniversary and 120 cards and letters were received by the couple honor of the two events. Friends called during the day toex tend congratulation and several gifts of gold and other pres ents were received, among them bcin lovely bouquet of carnations from the G. A. R. and V. R. 0., and a cake, beau tifully decorated in lavender and white Mr. and Mrs. Rodgers, who were mar ried in Windsor, March 8, 1864,. have two children, Fred W. Rodgers of Win chenden, Mass , and Mrs. Mira Rodgers Heath of this place. A tact which would seem of much interest in connection with the marriage is that Mrs. Rodgers brother, G. R. Crosby, was also married at the same time, and the two couples. who took their wedding trip together are all living, as are also a third couple who stood up with them. A Splendid Address Last Sunday evening one of the best of 'the ' winter' series of addresses at the Union meeting was given by Hon. C. W Gates at the Cong' church. Mr. Gates told in a very interesting manner the history of road building and sketched the wonderful progress in the United States in the past ten years, contrasting the methods employed in the different states and firmly holding to the opinion that Vermont's method was the best adapted to this state. He is in favor of building "market roads" rather than "tourist trunk lines" or in other words, he believes in the idea of building roads for the people who re side in Vermont rather than for those ust passing through. ' He also called at tention to the fact that the present law puts the whole matter of road building up to the people each year at the annual town meetings, a referendum of the State road system, and the people have re sponded in such a way that it was pos sible for the legislation to increase the state aid, proving that the residents of the state are well pleased with the system. " Death of Isaiah Blair Isaiah Blair died Friday afternoon at 12 :4o o'clock at the home of his daugh ter, Mrs. Frank Boyce, on Elmore street Although he had been a sufferer from heart trouble for the past several years, death was due to an attack of acute indi gestion from which he was taken ill about 8:15 ' the Thursday evening pre vious. The deceased was born in Serale, Can., Ian. 24, 1845, and was married in early life to Miss Edna Noe, who died March 25,1913. Mr. Blair was a member of Co. G.. 11th Vt. Regiment, having enlisted on Aug. 24, 1864' and was discharged Aug. 25, 1S65. He was a member of the local G. A. R. He is survived by five children, Mrs. Frank Boyce and Isaiah Frank Blair, Jr. of this place, Mrs. Edward Caswell and Willie D. Blair of Greenfield, Mass., and Lewis Blair of Middlesex. The funeral was held Monday after noon at 1 o'clock from bis late home. Rev. R. D. Cranmer of the Universalist church officiating, and the remains were placed in the vault and will be interred in Riverside Cemetery in the spring. M. B. White acted as funeral director. The bearers were his three sons ami bis son-in-law, Frank Boyce. The flowers were many and beautiful, including a cross of white roses from the grandchildren, Mr. Blair was a long-time resident of this town and his courteous greeting made for him many triends, who regret bis demise. The aunual meeting of Road Commis sioners of Lamoille County will be held Thftrsday, April 2nd, at Hyde Park. Temple Quartette March 18 This popular Male Quartette assisted by Miss Gordon, reader, will appear in the town hall, Wednesday eyening. Mar, lSt'.:, under ihe auspices of'lhe H. M. IWli class of the Universalist church. The Quartette is 001111)0861 of rare voices whose work U giving satisfaction in all engagements. Flattering press notices are received from the towns where the Company has been heard. . This will be an unusual treat for lovers of high-class entertainment. Tickets on sale at Briggs' Drug Store at 25, 35 and 50 cents. HYDE PARK Is this Your paper ? Mrs. Clyde Davis is quite ill. Where will the new Library building be located t Talk it over. Gen. Rooney of Fairfax spent a couple of days in tows last week. Judge and Mrs. J. S. Leach have beta yisiting friends in Fletcher, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Savery were visit ors in Burlington yesterday. Mrs. Edgar Pratt visited relatives in Stowe a few davs last week. The Ladies Aid meet with Mrs. Scofield to-morrow at the usual hour. Rev. W. R. Hamlin is spending a few days in Montreal and Ottawa. Rev. W. R. Collins and son Ward from Stowe were in town yesterday. David A. Valleau of Oshawa, Ontario, is a guest 01 aix. ana jurs. n. a. woyes. The winter term of the village school ends this week. Not many names on the visitors' book. Rev. Rufus Collins and his son, Ward Collins, from Stowe were visitors in town yesterday. Something doing at the Opera House every night this week; metropolitan berg this is getting to be. E. L. Stebbins of New Britain, Conn , spent Sunday last at the home of Mr and Mrs. E. G. Sherwin. Delinquent village tax payers will save moneyby reading Collector Strong's No tice in another column. Be wise. ' The people of this town extend hearty congratulations to their former' towns people, M. B. Eaton and wife, on reach- 'njrtacir.jLPiuen weuainc anniversary. which theyl observe at Morrisville next Friday.' At the Cemetery Association meeting Tuesday afternoon the ladies voted to purchase an iron fence. This will be a great improvement to the appearance of our village burial grounds. The old board of officers was re-eiected. Hyde Park made a mistake in not vot ing a tnousand dollars tor permanent roads. We cannot afford to be behind several other towns in thiscounty, which did that. Better have a special town meeting and "get right" in this di rection. Noyes Wood is the oldest merchant in town taking into consideration contin uous years he having come to this place Maich 13. 1885, making 29 years. Wm. Maxfield has been a resident here 58 years and during that time has been in business " on and olf" a good share of the time. When F. E. Firkey, the liveryman, was driving into Morrisville last Friday af ternoon, in making the turn by Elmer Smalley's, the sleigh slewed striking a telephone pole. Mr. Firkey was thrown out and struck violently against the pole, badly bruising his face and fore head, but fortunately escaping serious injury. Charles Lucas was also in the sieigh, but escaped injury. The, sleigh was demolished and the horse ran a short distance. Rev. W. R. Hamlin's topics for Sunday vening worship during the Lenten sea son are as follows : March l6, " What s a Christian?" March 22. " Why Does Christian Need God ?" March 29, Why Do We Need a Church ?" April 5", To What Extent Should My Faults, or' My Neighbor's Faults keep Me From Church Worship?" April 12, "How Can We Convince Men of the Supreme Worth of Character?" A cordial invitation is extended to all to attend these services. The fifth number in the Lecture Course was given last Saturday night and was an entertainment by the Russell Novelty Company. It proved to be the best in the course. Mr. Russell is a musical wonder and the manner in which he bandied the many musical novelty instru ments delighted his audience. Miss Born- holt as a reader and baritone soloist was also fine ; her statuesque posing was unique and beautiful. Altogether it was a splendid entertainment and should "The Russells" come this way again a full house will be theirs. On account of bad roads the Morris Tillie and Stowe Stage will leave at 9 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. until futher notice. This is tiifteen minutes earlier than the tegular winter schedule time.