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TIEK BURLINGTON FRRR PRESS : THURSDAY AUGUST 15, 190, HAPPENINGS IN VERMONT (Cimtlniiril from 3ril l'nge.) Mrs. M 1', Busscll Is visiting her d.mgh-ter, Mr- Edith noteholder. n Lyndonvlllc. Then will ho Catholic service nt Akc-ley Memorial hall nt eight o'clock Sundav morning, August 1R. Everybody Is welcome. Donald MrMnhnn passed Saturday in Burlington.-Edwin Smalley spent Monday In Burlington. The Bev. A. C. Clark of St. 1'aiil's Church, Burlington, nml Hits. Clarke nnd tin- Itnv. nnd Mrs. Oh!irlcts Arbuckle of Yonkcrs, N. V., nre guests nt O. W. Adams'.. C. I.. McMn-hon was n business visitor In Burlington Monday. Mr. and Mrs. .1. E. Houston have been visiting In Burlington nnd Waterbnry for a few days.- D, J. Tarliell was nt home from Itardwlck over Sun-day.-Tlie Mtmn fntnlly will meet nt 71. E. Straw's to-day for their annual reunion and picnic Judge nnd Mrs. George M. Towers of Morrlsvllle parsed Sunday with Mr. nnd Mrs. O. K. Luce. Mr. nnd Mrs, O, A. Cheney of MorrisvNle nre passing a foiv dnys with Mr. Cheney's brother, A. II. Cheney. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ernest Drnekott nnd son of Boston, on n vacation In Morrlsvillc, called on friends In Stowe Tuesday. The report of the recent house-to-house canvns of the town In the Interest of the Vermont Sunday School association nnd Bible society shows that 411 families, were viltrd. Number attending Sunday rchool, 377; number of books sold, Si; names secured for cradle roll, 40. Twenty-six canvassers were engaged In the work. Mrs, A. If. Hlayton han been ill for several days. Mrs. Jean II. Nor-rls, Miss I,. Gannon, Henry Ounhans nnd James McNnmco are gur-sts nt W. M. Adams's. Mrs. Adams nnd party visited Smuggler's Notch Tuesday. Mrs. C. T Albee of Springfield, Mnss., Is a guest nt K. II. Oftle's. K. J. Houston left Wednesday for Georgia, where he expects to Eo Into business. Mrs. Ellsha Moody of Waterbnry Is the guest of her rfstcr, Mrs. A. II. Slnyton. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. C. Fletcher or Essex, on n ear-rlnge drlvo in Lamoille county, have visited their sons, Bhett and Bay Fletcher, on the Kdrty nnd Lovojoy farm on West Branch. Mrs. George Hurt, who )ins been confined to her home by illness plneo Inst Christmas, visited friends on West Branch Monday. A successful sociable was given nt West Branch Church Tuesday evening. A pleasing entertainment was carried out Including violin nnd vocal solos by Miss Lupann Butler nnd Messrs Fletcher nnd Blgo-Jtvw: readings by Mrs. Blodgott nnd Khett Fletcher; n mother goose dialogue; a candle-light drill nnd a song by the children. Bcfreshments were served. MORRISVILLSL Mr. and '.Mrs. Walter Hill, Mrs. Helen lluse nnd Miss Huso are In camp nt Elmore for a week Mrs. Hattle earner of Lisbon, N. II., who Is visiting nt Thomas T'ttnn's nnd Mrs. Herbert Bpear nUendcd tho races nt Barre Friday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Herbert Proiity are in Stowe for a few days. Mr. nnd Mrs. WUllnm Import of Johnson nnd Mr. and Mrs. Charles McFnrland are In camp at Eden for a few days. The Hon. nnd Mrs. J. H. Neff nnd son are registered' nt the Bandnll for a short ptay. Mrs. Mnry Stearns was In town Friday. J. J. Hillings Is in Bolvldore. Miss Florence Terrlll and Ella Mel-endy are visiting the former's sister, Mrs. IT. H. Raymond. Judge nnd Mm. George M. Powers nre entertnlnlng the latter'- sister, Miss Lllah Wood-Iiury of Burlington, and W. C. I .a no of VnVdnstn. C.a. Miss Hazel Kldrlgo of Albany, Vt.. is visiting Mrs. Sillle Cutler.- Mr. nnd Mrs. Everett Campbell of Hnrdwick nre In 1own. Mrs. Campbell will remain at the Jlublee sanitarium indefinitely. The rtev. Mr. and Mrs. St. Clair are passing a few days with the latter's mother In Hlch-xnond. Koseow nnd Arthur Pa vis arc In Thrrllngton for a few days. O. M. Taylor of Brownbnrg, Canada, is visiting In itown. Miss Mamie Wafer has gone to Boston for n short May Mr. and Mrs. George li. Little of Burlington nro vlslt- Ing tbelr daughter, Mrs. H. H. Slaylon. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gilo, Miss Gilo nnd "'Miss1 Bornlcn Montgomery took an auto-ftjnobile trip to BurllngtorWSunday, re-i turning homo the same day acoom-V panlrd by Mrs. Ida Churchill, who has itcen in Burlington the past week. Mrs. l C. Tlublee is in Burlington, for a few ilays. 'Walter Blnkely of Patnsca, Mich., jiwho is a member of tho Forepaugh-Sells fBIros.' orchestra, was a guest Sunday i ' nils Bunts, Mrs, Ell7-a Cram, Mrs. H. v fcixrcws mdlMrs. E. II. Bedell. He joind fltho circus in Burlington, Monday. Mr. I raid Dlrs. Henry Prior wero in Wat r-Jtmry i few days tho past week vllt,'-g Stheir daughter, Jlw Herbert Sleeper. ( Jlr. nnd Mrs. II. J. Isham and dai k-h- er, Jennie, returned from Old Ore' ird Jonday. Mrs. Myrla Heath Is talib a n racatVm from her duties in tho Mes- errgcr offlcfl and left Tue.sday mr- -ing or Wtaichendon and Worcester, "1 .as., to visit relatives. Jlrs. C. K. Ua heior f Boston is visiting her mother Mrs. K. Hammel. Cdiss Mario Tind ll has iorloscd lier dress making parlor' until ffeeptember 3. Mrs. Annctt Te '11 of ttJriddefoTd, Me., arrived in to, n Inst flight nnd is stopping with her granddaughter, Mrs. H, It. Barrov , -Mrs. Mary Blowom of Winooskl U visiting t Frank Fmnll's. 1 Judge and Mrs, George A. !Torso re- ftumed Tuesdny from a few days at Caspian lake. Mrs. Ixircnzo llinKlmm nd daughter, Miss IJr.zie M. Hlngham, lot Bt. Albans, who havo Isttrv the former's brotwr, li. W. Adn" s, will re- Iturn homo to-day. Miss Iiea ,ce Adams cf Qnlncy, Mass., Is vlsltln.- her uncle mid nrot, Mr. and Mra. I ' .". Adam. Mr, and Mrs, O, M, Wa,tom .in havo re- lurncd from a two weeks' si nt Hlmore. Mr. and Mrs. Claud Fisher and Mr. nnd Mrs. I, Newton IoBaron . ro imsslng n week thern in tho Water an cottage Mr. and Mrs. HaTry Neb t tuid daughter, Helen, of Jersey C , X, j., nr0 making nn extended vi It nt Mr. and Mrs, Hnrrlson Dodge's Almou IHdell Is moving to the house rf ently purchased of Thomas II. Iealnn' Mr. anil Mrs. I.ealand have moved tr Waterbnry. Mr. nnd Mr. W. II. rtol .nsnn and son, Blchard, of Phllndolpl-ia are expected here Friday for a short visit with rela-tlves nnd friends. A. H. mil has purchased of Mrs. Cora Whipple her barn which lie Is r moving to his farm on Import road. Mrs, Mtzniieth Hraughnl ,nd duughter arjlved Wednesday from St, lolmsbury. E, S. It blnson nnd daughter, I.ucillo Bobintoi , who have been in tamp in IjUmore for two weeks, returned home Tuosday, T)r, and Mrs, G, K. fWoodward went to Elmore Wednesday ten a nhort stay. Nell Gilbert of Springfield, Maw., is vHun,, his Iar.-nts, Mr. and Mrs, Fred Gilbert. W. A. B-utton and a. Kt Klmba I of Hardwlck were In 'town Wednesday. EDEN. Mr. and 3tn. N, n, Blnko of Burlington are guests of hln tnothor. A daughter was iborn to Mr. nnd Mm. Hlnes July 30. Cilrs. Wtitson and. on of Ixiwell wore nt Mrs. BanlKirn'fl last wook. Jefforoon Baker of Johnton and othor friends are at the Jake tages. -Cornelius Baker Is very 111 with heart trouble.Bert Hinds underwent two successful operations at the hospital In St. Johnsbury, one for appendicitis, tho other to nave a tumor removed. The Victor club met at tho Blako cottngo and served Ice cream and cake to over iO oiing people last week. I,. Smith has returned to Ills homo nt Cady's Falls. HYDE ?AliK The Johnson vnnd Hyde Pnrk bands, nbout 89 pieces In nil, hnvn been holding rrnctlee meetings nnd under tho direction of Mr. Iihounty of Johnson nre doing exeellent work. Mrs. K. li. Noyes, who was called to Mnnson-vllle, Quebec, by the death of a relative, has returned S. )1. Wnlto was In St. Jobnsbnr.v Saturday to nttend tho Held day of the Odd Fellows of Caledonia county. Mr. nnd Mrs. Orrln Jones left Sirtnrday for a ten days- vrrnllnn with frleiidH In Fletcher, Jeffersonvllle nnd Johnson. J, G. I,nne passed Sunday with his family in Wnldcrt. Mrs. J. S. I-encll has returned nfter some little time with l.er daughter In H'sex, Mrs. Wtlma Han-ley. Miss Hnllle P. Gates went yesterday to New Haven, Conn., to visit her sister. Miss Gracn Miller Is passing several days In camp nt Kden pond, the guest of Pr. nnd Airs. Steven. Miss Hnttle prntt went to Montprller Saturday. Sunday was pnssed nt her home In Stowe. Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank M. Culver nre passing n few days hi 5towe. A party made up of Mr. nnd Mrs. Chnrles Goddnrd, MlssJ Hlen Wnternian, Chnrles Ferguson, son and nephew, passed Sunday at y.aekwood pond.-Mrs, Fred Heeler Is visiting Mrs. n. B. Sawyer. After nn outing of nbout twp weeks with friends In Albany and Coventry, Mrs. A. I.. Goddard has rettirned. D. II. Serlh-ner passed Saturday and Sunday nt Ht-moru pond. While at wort; in Hie 1. 'lonso Tues. dny, Hlmer Whltcomb received n fall which ha-s laid him up for n few days. Mr. nnd Mrs. George Parker, Who have been visiting their da cbter, Mrs, Florence Solandt -of North Held, Mass., have returned. Miss Delilah Montelth of Boston Is visiting her inrents. Mrs. John Hardy and three ch ldren of Arlington, Mas., are the guel of Mrs. II, A. Noyes. Miss Dorcas Sawyer went to Burlington yesterday morning, going from there by boat toW"Ptport, N. Y., where she will spend a few days with Mr. nnd Mrs. Chnrles Hagi r, who nre camping near Westport. Ciarles Abbott arrived Tuesday morning 'o spend a short time at the homo of M-s. Henry Noyes. Mrs. George White of Montpeller is the guest of Mrs, F C. Wh te. Mrs, I.iura Knight, who has spent se-eral weeks with friends here, leaves to-right for Chicago. It. I. Stevens went tr Jeffersonvllle yestrrdty to nsslst S. B. Walte In examining the tnx inventories i'f that town. 'Mrs. Hnttlo Nichols of Covi -itry is visiting her sister, Mrs. A. li. inddard. Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Fergv.ron, son and nephew go to their homo in Maiden, Mass., this morning. After f; ending a few days with friends nt In';e Kden, Miss Grace Miller Is attending her duties In rage's office. JOHNSON. The Tthl ' Falls cnmp-meetlng opened Friday wl h a good corps of ministers nnd evnnt -lists. Tho largest crowd was '. lere Sundav, with but one exception, that was I'ver seen the first Sunday. The Bev. A. I!. Briggs of Lowell, Mass., preached in the morning, K. J. Lord in the nft. moon and C. P. 1,-impher of Spring Valley, N. Y., In the evening. Many r w ministers and evangelists from Ohio, N- w York and Massachusetts came Mondav and wlll remain during tho re-malm' r of the camp meeting. Mr. nnd Mrs. W, II. Stearns visited in Bakers-field Sunday. The Bev. J. K. Fuller, and faml nre camping nt South Hero. Miss Ida "irton with others are in attendance nt t' camp meeting nt Fran kiln. It. I.. An in and family pas.rn last weelt In can ; at T.fllte Kden. Stephen Gilbert N wlr. his son. In Wntertnwn, Mass., for a few weeks. Forest Mildgett anil Philip Fr. neh will return tills week with their families to Walthnni where they have writ. O. A. McFnrland and family have n turned from Boston. Mrs. H. M. Waterbnry returned to her work In Bos ton Saturday, Mrs, alter liens. in nnd hlld are pa"slng n few weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Sturtevant. Mr. nnd Mrs. Dell Sturtevant were in St. Johnsjiury Monday. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Hayford passed a few days at Kssex Junction last week. WATERVILLE. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. IVail I,angde.ll Saturday. Mrs. Miiry Armstrong is passing tho week with friends in Falrlleld. Kills Stone is with his father, Mnrk Stone, nt Dyndnnville for a few ivwks.-JIrs. A. A. Kendall of Morris-villa pnf-sed last week with her sister. Mrs. Arthur Fairbanks. William Note-mlro has moved from Belvldere Into I,. z, Tillotson's tenement up the branch. Frederick Ivocklln of Mnlden, Ma-s., passed last week with his sister, Mrs. it; jjt Wllley. Mrs. Bombaid of Itichford passed last week with her mother, Mrs. Charles Allen. Dr. nnd Mrs. A. J. Darrah of Knosburgh Falls visited his mother, Fred Darrah, several days last week. Mrs. E. C. Wells mid ginnddaughter. Miss Mona Iork, visited Mr. and .Mrs. I,. W. Adams nt MorrNvllle several days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Tohln of Cambridge passed Sunday with Mr. and 'Mrs. Charles Westeott, Jr. Adelbert Sty. gles of Essex Junction, Henry Bennett of St. Albans and Edward Bennett of Fairfield were In town over Sunday. Dr. Nathan Smlllo of Philadelphia. Pa., Is pas.s-Ing a few weeks with his mother, Mrs. Henry Rmllle. A Inrge number attended the campmeetlng at Itb'cl Fulls Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry M.inn and daughter, Una, nnd Miss Mneouibcr of Tioy are visiting relatives In town. Miss I.Ida I.each passed last week with her sister, Mrs. William Chnse, at East Fletcher. Mrs. Ada Westeott had lier tonsils taken out Sunday. CAMBRIDGE- Mrs. Parker and two children are visiting In Jericho this week.-Mrs. Smalley of Morrlsvllle Is spending a few dnys nt her uncle's, Frank Uutler's of Pleas-nm Valley, Mrs. Smalley 1ms Just returned from the hospital at Burlington, where she haK had nn operation. Miss Daurctte Gates Is .visiting tho Misses I. uce nt Queen City Park this week. Myron Cady hns nrrlved In town from Wnshlngton, D, C, and Is stopping with his brother, Halsey Cady. Dr. Stnrt nnd Mrs. Start havo been camping nt Franklin Pond for the past few days. Conroy I.eavens Is spending his vacation nt Frnnklln IVmd Mrs. Walter WJIley, who has been at the Mury Fletcher hospital In Burlington for treatment, has returned home Vry much Improved In henlth. Miss Bead of Worcester, Msss., Is visiting nt tho home of Mr. nnd Mrs, II. Gray, Mrs, H. M. Bafford Is spending several days in Burlington. Mrs, II, A, Hntch hns gorro to Montrenl to spend several weks with her husband, who is a custom liouso officer there, Miss Helnnn Snfford, who has been spending several weeks In town, has returned to hor homo In Burlington, Miss Wlnnlo Qray has returned from Morrlsvllle, where she has ben vlsltlnir her ncDhew, WOL0OTT. Gertrude, the eight-year-old daughter of Mr. mid Mrs. S. C. Wlttemore, Is very 111 of acute Brlght's dlsense. Tlie annual picnic of tho Methodist Hundny school will be held at Wolcott pond Wednesday, August 21. The Congregational Sunday school Is Invited to I ti . Mrs. F.rlos Ii-llenr Is seriously HI, Tuberculosis Is feared. Adelbert Blclmrdson nnd Miss Nova Flslt wero married Saturday evening, tho llov. J. It. Ixwls oHlclatlng. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. W. .Oiiyer of Hnnover, N. It., nro guests of tho latter's sister, Mrs. C. M, Wood, Mr. nnd Mrs. Delbert "Warren of Hnrdwlrk were guests nt h. Klmbairn over Hundny. A. H. Chapman has gone to Boston where he has a position. louls Chnrette, whllo nt work for the construction company nbout tho big dam nt C.idy's Falls, was thrown from n load of stone Friday by a sudden Jolt nnd Buffered a compound frnctur?1 of his collar bone. He was brought to his home hem Saturday nnd Is doing ns well ns could be expected. Being 70 years of nge, bis recovery must be slow. M. H. Clnrk nnd daughter, Nellie, of Unmet called on their many friends here the first of the week A daughter was born to Mr, nnd Mrs, John Jones August 12.- W. P. Gowen, while running tbe sw at tho Inth mill of tho Mors' company, was hit in the right eye by a flying knot. It Is thought that the sight will be saved.- Gertrude, daughter of Bobert Clnrk is suffering from an abscess on tho hip. Dr. A. J. Vnltenu returned from Nnpnnee, Ontario, Saturday. ORANGE COUNTY, RANDOLPH. While Frank Wyman was working on W. 1!. Iimson's house on Prospect ave-1111" Thursday afternoon, the singing broke, letting him fall about 30 feet. Two ribs on the right side were fractured and the left wrist broken but there were no Internal Injuries. G. N. Shep-nrdsnn has returned to South Haven, Mb'h.-Mrs, Fred Hope nnd son, Gerald, went to Montpeller Friday for a short visit. Misses Edith Marcott and Lillian Knowlton returned Friday from Mas-coma lake, Enfield, N. II.- Mrs. G.. H. Slack entertnlned Bev. p. Metzger nnd his Siindnv school class Friday evening. Games were played bv about 40 present, nnd refreshments of Ice crenm nnd cake were served. Misses T.ettle Bailey nnd Carrie M.-nehester returned from a short outing at Hlchgate Springs Friday. Misses Bessie Bliss and Dllllan Hutch-Ins nt NorthHeld are In town. Mrs. Fay Wells entertained 42 children In Jones's woods Frldav. The picnic was given for children who seldom have a chance for a day's outing. 'Mr. nnd Mrs. Willis Serlb-ncr returned to Harford. Conn., Saturday, nfter visiting relatives In Brook-Held nnd Bnndolph. They were accompanied by Clnrpnce Boyce. Misses Margaret nml Agnes Keefe of Barre nre the guests of Miss Eliza Goodhart.- Mrs. B. A. Durkee and two children passed Saturday In Bethel. Mrs. B. G. IeBounty wns'calbd to Newport Saturday by the death of her sister. There was no service In St. John's Church Sundav ns the rector, the Bev. E. N. Webber, preached In I'pper Bethel. Mrs. Bobert Morton and son, John, bnve gone to their home In Mt. Vernon, N. Y. Miss Georgln Mann has returned to fioston, nfter n month with her mother, 'Kirs. Tdtf Mann. Welhv McCollom went to Mnseoma lake, Enfield, N. H., Saturday for a short outing. Miss Grace Taylor returned to Mount Clair, N. J., Saturday after some time at Mrs. Guy Lamson's. Fred Chad-wick Ins returned from Barre. Miss Stella Morse nnd grandmother, Mrs, IIo-hards. returned from Bnrre, Saturday. Miss Bernlce Simpson returned to Box-bury Tuesday afternoon after n visit nt James Mnllally's. Mrs. Maud Stone of Lunenburg. Mass.. Is the guest of Mrs. W. Ifobnrd nt Bandolph Center. Miss Etta S. chamberlain returned from the summer school at Ilynnnis, Mass., Tues-dnv. Miss Geneva A. Jones of North-Held, sister of Edwin Jones of this place, was married Tuesday to Dr. Everett Field of Burlington at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jones,- Mrs. Nathaniel King of North-Held Is the guest of Mrs, Wetmore. Misses Bessie Bliss and Lillian HiitchJns n turned to NorthHeld Tuesday nfter a short visit In town. Frank Thomas has returned from a short business trip. Robert Pa ul t was In Windsor Tuesday, Mr, nnd Mrs. Charles Wood returned to Boston yesterdny after nbout a month's visit with Mr. Wood's sister, Miss Myrtle Wood. William Seymour, who has been visiting his sister. Miss Emma Seymour, returned to Boston yesterday. Miss Jennie Frost returned to Arlington, Mass., yesterday nfter n week's visit nt A. M. Hubbard's. Misses Florence Howard and Kdlth Blnnchard went to Barnard yesterday for n short visit nt Frank Band's. Miss Lillian Knowlton went to Gaysvllle yesterday to visit her grandmother, Mrs. Knowlton. EAST RANDOLPH. William Osgood after a long Illness passed nwny August C at the home of his sister, Mrs. Hubert Pick, nt North Bindilph. The funeral was held Friday nnd burial was In the family lot at East Iinudolph. Thoso present from out of town were Harvey and Fred Osgood and a IK phew and niece from Boston, Mass., Mrs. Brighiun of St. Johnsbury and many friends from Bandolph. The services were conducted by the Bev. Mr. Farr of the Free Baptist Church. Mrs. Brlghnni of St. Johnsbury nnd Mrs, Moirls of Bandolph are guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. c. M. Belknap. Mr. nnd Mrs, Biehardson of Boston, Mass., are guests of Mrs. Blchardson's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. David Frnsler. Hubert Graves of Brldgewattr Is visiting at Mrs, II. F. Sprnguo's. RANDOLPH CENTER. John Tnb!n has finished work for N. L. liovdeii and has moved his family and household goods to E(,nn, N. If., where lie will reside for the present. Mrs. Ellen O'Grady and children of Boxbury lire visiting her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. John Bollu. Daniel Martin, a teacher In Chlcngo, visited old trlcnils hero recently. Mr. nnd Mrs. Luke Parish wero In East Barnard visiting the last of the week. Miss Ellen Fargo wont to the Spnrhawk Sanatorium In Burlington Inst week for treatment. The families of D, A. nml E. A. Pnrtrldgo went to Blpton Frldny returning Sumlny. Mr, Bnrbur, who bought tho Sylvanus Carpenter farm, was hero tho first of thn week looking after his Interests, Mr, and Mrs. W. L. Hebard havo with them their son, Guy, of Dnrliy, Conn., and dnughter, Mnud, of Fltehbiirg, Mnss, pllntnn Edson nnd Vie Davis are to bo married In tho Congregational Church, August 21. Mr. nnd Mr.;. Glazier of Boston, who have been guests at the Maplewood, left Monday for Seattle, Wash. Miss Lena Hunt, who has been passing a part of "nor vacation In MnssnchuiiettH, has returned liom. BRADFORD. Miss Sara Parker left for Bear Island Saturday. Mis. Lestor Edwards of Worcester, Mnss., Is visiting Mr. nnd Mrc H, B, Edwnrds,- Mrs, F,. A, Bishop of Siulngilcld In In town for u Miurt visit, Edwin Smith of Fttchburg, Mass., is a guest of F. B. Henley. iMrs. B. IC. Pultio and daughter of Manitowno, Wis., ur'j guests of Miss Allco Bacon. Mrs, Asa Shuw of Bennington Is visiting lier brother, Amos Sawyer, nnd fnmlly. A. U, Hunt of Jcbanon, N, II., visited his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Edgar Hunt, the Hrst of the week Charles Allen returned t. Hartford, Conn., Monday, Miss Bhinch-nrd of Now York Is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Doty. ORLEANS COUNTY, NORTH TROT. While riding In a surrey Saturday ' ternoon on Main street, C. II. Lndd dro . into a wire which had been lowered wh ,.i somo attention was being given the t ; light lamp near the fountain. The w.af; n was dninnged, tho top demolished, n d Mr. Ladd was somewhat Injured. r. Hidden returned from Butland Sunciy nnd Is looking after his mill nnd luinb r Interests In Jay, Mr, nnd Mrs, C. l Ewlns have gone to Caledonia Spring, In Canada for a iew days. NEWPORT, A very pretty homo wedding 1 ok plncrt at tho homo of V. Btrhu. mkI Friday. Only the rt-lntlves nnd Itn-medlivta friends wero present. rim brldo was the daughter of Mr. mil Mrs. Blehinond and thn groom, L uls Bradshaw of New York city. Mr. md Mrs. Bradshaw will pass their ho . y. moon nt Starr Farm bench. I. It" Chiimplaln. Many friends from oi.' of town were present, nmong them !. 'njr Dr. Tlnkhnm, Mrs. Eva Bl.'lm u 1, Miss Elizabeth Blehinond nnd Ml -is Marlon Blchmond, all of Bnrlin n. the Bev. C. Edward Fny or fill Ml, N Y., nnd daughter, Elsie. The id" was one of Newport's prominent nig ladles. The Bev. C. Edward I'V . a former pastor of tile Congregnn.n.il Church, prenihed ut the nioriiiiu ep. vice there Sunday. Tills Is Mr. i'iv's tlrst visit here for nine y.ars. Mis. C. G. Fnrrnr of Springfield. Ma- , Is passing a few dnys In town.- Miss Bernlce Webb hns returned froi thn summer school nt Johnson Mr and Mrs. Harry Clark nnd W. K. Ore. i nre visiting nt C. H. Green's. Irt municipal court, Cyrus Sklnn - was fined nnd costs for Intoxlcati , and V and costs for breach of tho pet A. Dcnuphron wns flncd $5 nnd co s for Intoxication. Jennie Ottery was ,d J,", nnd costs for Intoxication will she could not pay and therefore Is ;nsstng a few dnys In the county Jail T' trustees hnve laid a new sidewalk fro' David Hammond's to the Waller's pine Sev-ernl electric lights have been 'tilled In the West Knd nnd Highland 'nue, A large forco of section mm Is work on tho tracks In the C. 1' B. li.C'o's. yard. P. J. Farrell of wishingtr D. C, Is In town for n short visit Ml . Lottie Brooks has returned to her work In the People's Telephone centr.il off1 e after nn Illness of two weeks C F Ranney was called home from Lynn, Ma . wheiv he was spending his vncntin. o' account of the resignation of P. A Boh ns. who has been appointed immlPr.mt 'nspector at Winnipeg. Mr. Bobh'ns e' Sunday for his new plare of rcsl.lr r-e. Ills family will remain hero for "ie i esent. ORAFTSBURY. Mr. and Mrs. Bliss h iv- n ov t Into the Smith house late'y vaca'ed II. w. Bishop. The town h1'' dergolng thorough repa'rs. Ai. uddltln is being built on the front nnd eturyth .m will be done to make U an up-to-date iulldlng. The family of O. K. Goodilch f- 'in Willis-ton visited friends in town last veek. Mr. Goodrich returned Thursday. Hrs. Goodrich will remain 'or the pres. t. All the schools In town i-e to connii' -o August 2i!. Mrs, L. H. Thompson ot M. Johnsbury is passing a few diys n town. Bosi Smith Is pn--ingn few w ks's vacation on Mt. Mnv-lleld. The H.il nt C. JI. Hanson's w.i a very c yablc af fair. BROWNTNGT0N. Mrs. Victor Sw.mson is Imp ng. Eva Larocqne was nt home ovi Sunday. John lluird of Johnsbur .sited his sister. Mrs. Lou Larocqu Sunday. Mrs. Henry Tin - of Brattl. o Is visiting her brother E. A. I! nson and sister. E. E. Rob nson nnd o' - relatives In town. Mrs imls Iiror is entertaining her sister, Mrs. Bel Harton. of Exeter N. II., a'io she haj .( seen for 2n yenrs-Mrs N.-llle Blpl anil son, Fred Smith, visltrd nt S. I Bohlnson's and called on ot) .-r friends town one day last week .Too Orne ' returned from St. Johns'. iirv where has been visiting his iliutrhter, Mrs. 1 m-r Bobln- son. E. A. Bo), ,..on s ni.- s. Montl.'th Is visiting In IVrl.v. DERBY LINE - Mrs. William 'Mite is (U ' rlously 111 I with se-Tlie Bev. G. r, hut now Mig the wor-nal Church 'cenpylng a few Weel;s. 'mlly are at - c. I,. Jen- elr wedding i sldenre with "s. Jenkins.. -1 v are enter-'V Bennett of thoso who Hies at Iike Messrs, Gil-lletcher nnd ilton nnd sou r aunt, Mrs. sons nnd fam-at Lake I,es-who has been rs for several as disposed of Derby Line. nt her home, l".'ng prosi vere Jialns In 1 i left nrn former p ' Q.. was ' Consrreg mlly nr Park f elves nnd Ellery Bead, r, of Sherbrooke. ) shippers at t' Sunday. His cottage at I.ik, .I'rof. F. M. II Block Island - M-. and M kins have retm o, fron trip and taken ip t r-Mrs. D. Pike, r ,t,er of ' Mi. nnd Mrs. ' Jt. Ci tninlng Mr. nn.' Mra, jr Springtleld, M . nre stnylng wit their fi Park for n fc. weeks ' more. Cn swell. Cowlei Welloon. Mrs. rthur M of Newport nr. vlsltlnr 11. W. Bralnerd R, c, ily are tnklng r r onti"..' ter. Miss Agnc Malvh conducting mill1 ,.ry par' yearn In Keene ,. jj.. her goods nml r turned to RUTLAND COUNTY. BRANDON. J. J. McKvllh lna j York nre passdiu ti, , Hon. Q. S. B.u'k is hai-touring cnr. Mr- Fran, turned from se ml , . , Hurton of New k In town. Tho irehnsed a new Murray hns re. In Now York Lowell nre piss. I, sler Mr, and city, Mr. and M. . (. ing a lew day m j; Mrs. G. W. Hi returned from Lake Dunmore returned from ham in' famllyxliavo i thn. weeKS- stny nt Mrs, (! rtrudo Cnrr hns month vsl w,tn rola- x t' (la lt.T7.el Ttnw. tlves In Ornnvll' Itjr kas gol'in to Middlehurv for n several day's visit. Mr ,d Mrs Charles Pratt of Chicago, ,,.H veiling Mrs, Pratt's parents, Mr .and mm. Austin Blanch.inl. Mr. nnd Mrs. Fnm m. Ilutton have returned to (Milnn.,.. !' Puller litiu .! o ' ' ' gone to Fairfax, where she will visit her sinter, Mrs. M. n mlen. MISS ItfKHl.. .! t...u relllrne.l In 'I'M ft" I - " lier hotnii lu Wat. rtuwn. N. V. Clmrlt-s jsew or Brooklvn, j. Y, Is passing n few days nt ti1M Braiulon Inn. The First National ;,,u Brandon Nutloniil banks will be einsed nil day Friday. Mrs. Kilivnr.l w..n. ,.f Vew llnvnii " " Conn., ami iihs ji!Jiru 'Jjilda of Uos- H. W. ALLEN CO. First Showing H. W. ALLEN & CO. ton, Mass., nre passing n few weeks nt tho home of Mrs. F. M Pierce. Mrs. It. It. Bosworth nnd children hnve returned to Bristol, whore she will remain until September, when they will go to Roehford, III., Mr. Bosworth having accepted a cnll to the Baptist Church of that place. Miss Mary Tat-um has gone to Nova Scotia Kr a several wfelcs' stay. George Basr.nw nnd daughter, Florence, hnve returned from several weeks' stny In St. Albans. Mrs. Fannie Wllcomb, who has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Nutting, has j-etnrned to her homo In Springtleld. Miss Elta Scovllte, who has passed several months in town, has gone to her home In Cornwall. Miss Parmalee of Kist Orange, N. J Is visiting he- aunt, Mrs. W. II. Harrison. Dr. and Mrs. O. A, Gee left Tuesdny for West Addison whero they will pis two weeks with Mrs. H. J. Mrrlll Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Marsh of New York nro visiting relatives In town this -week. The Bev. B. K Thompson of Granville, N. V., a former pastor of the Methodist Church, hns been passing a few days In town. Fred Bowman and party have gone to West-port, N. Y., where they will be the guests of Dr. and Mrs. Chnrles Payne. The funeral of Fre Emery wns held Tuesday afternoon nt three o'clock at St, Thomas's Church. The Bev, C. B. Carpenter of ficiated. Karl S. Wright of Denver, Colo., nnd W. T. Wright of Concordia, Kans., arrived in town yesterday for a several weeks' vacation with their parents, Dr. and Mrs. W. II. Wright. Hiram Grover of High .treet, who fell last week anil broke his hip, is In a critical condition. BENSON. v Mrs. S. Jane Heath of Rutland Is passing a week or two at Dr. J. P. Newton's The Bev. James Chllds of Southbrldge, Mass., father of the Congregational pastor, preached at the Congregational Church Sunday morning. The lawsuit between Richard Leonard and the Bishop brothers of Orwell was continued until Thursday night of this work, the. court, client nnd some witnesses visiting the woods to mark out the lines. The suit is bi ought by Mr. I.e. maid for trespass and not for nny spec'fled amount of damages. Decision by Referee Sargent Is reserved nnd probibly will not be rendered for somo time. The Bev. Leroy N. Taylor, a former pastor, preached nt the Methodist Church Sunday morning. Fred Has-brook'.s little boy is finite til. -Joslah Wilson, who visited here a shor time nun, but returned to St. Paul, Minn., Is now critically 111 with sarcoma of the liver. The Ladle.-' Auxll'ary of the Conerega-tlonal Church will hae an exeur.-lon to Tort Frederic August 21 on the steamer Elolse. FORESTDALE. IT. L. Barber and two daughters hnve returned from a cinlage drive to Woodstock and North Hartl ind. Mrs. I,. E. Avery of Ferrlsburgh passed Sunday nt L. M. Baker's. -Misses Lucy anil Els,. Johnson nnd Mt. Hattle lllgbee, wh have been visiting at K. E. Wright's, hnve returned to Icwis, N. Y. Mrs. A. S. Bacon of Richmond, Va., Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. I". J. Bacon. Harry B. Huntley of Leicester Junction nnd Miss I Nina C. Smith of Brandon were married nt the home of the bride's grandmother, Mrs. A. S. Newton, Thursday evening, Augvst f, by the Bov. C, B. Carpenter. Mr. nnd Mrs, Huntley will resldo at Leicester Junct'on. WASHINGTON COUNTY, .M0NTPELD3R. C. L. Sowle, a rich luiiniber mer chnnt of tills vicinity, who owns u Inige mill on Maple hill in Marsh-fiebl. Is n member of n syndicate which lias Just purchased 4.", (inn ucres or timber land In the Province of Que-bes, estimated to contain nOO.OilO.ona feet of timber. The tract Is locat"d ion miles from the nearest railroad nnd seven miles from tide water, Tho government has to be paid SO cents a thousand feet. It costs $S a thousand lo get the lumber on board the boats nnd when Hint point Is reached it Is snld tho lumber Is worth 1 a thousand. Tho marrlnge of Miss Freda M. Robin-son nnd John W. Alexander took plaro at the home of Henry Nichols In Middlesex Thursday. Both are well known In this city. Stale's Attorney Gates has succeeded In securing 127 names of employes of the Central Vermont railroad who work In this county nbovo tho list of 2,1 persons which ho tlrst sent to tho company with notlco that they must bo paid weekly. Ho will serve additional notice on tho compnny of tho list Inst tnheu. Tho 25 men whoso names have been forwnr.led aro securing their pay according to the reading of the law. Mr. Gates has received notice from Stnte's Attorney Lnwreneo of Butland county that n suit I: being brought against the Butland railroad ns a test case nnd that Attorney-General C. C. Fltts will proseucute It. This will make no difference with Mr. Gates who will push his work. The railroad commissioners havo completed their Inspection of tho Central Vermont railway. They have gono over every bit of track and the bridges with an expert mid will give out their report later. This week they will Inspect tho Boston i;- Mnlno dlvlslono In tho State mid two weeks later tho Hut- of New Fall Suits land railroad. The minor steam nnd electric railroads will follow In turn. No henrlngs nre to he held this week but the Central Vermont 'icople nri to nje In a few days with the commissioners u revised plan of their new depot nt Barre. They will then go over these new plans nnd If satisfied the road will commence work so that the station may be completed this fall according to the order recently Issued. The September term of Wnshlngton county court will conveno September 10. Tho docket contnlns ninny Interesting StnVo nnd civil enses nnd nmong these ar0 a suit for $.i,000 damage., resulting from the death of Albert I'erenu nt the Granite street crossing bv tho Montpeller' Wells River train over a year ago. Tho casn Is brought by Frink J. I'ercau, administrator. I'red A. Jnslyn of NorthHeld vs. Jllchard Ellis for trespass, Is a case which resulted from a disturbance claimed to have been made by throwing stuff" at the plaintiff's house when a party wns being held there last spring. At the last session of the Legislature, the law for the sitting of the superior court wns changed so that It now sits tho second Tuesdny In March and September which happens to be on the same -day that county court convenes. Barre city has followed Montpeller In paying back Its Cnited Stntes deposit fund to the State treasury. It amounted to $10,44S.!. Proctor has also paid back Its share. Tho cities prefer to pay the fund because they can biro money cheaper than tho five per cent, which they have to pay for Its use. The officials havo no discretion In tho matter and have to got five per cent. The Barre amount Is the largest yet. Alvln F. Smith, the oldest man in Barre has finished haying. Ho Is over D2 years of age nnd came down Saturday to the circus. He has suffered for some ,Vi years with a cataract over one vo and ho thinks that this is getting better as h can .see better than a few years ago. D. S. Whoittoy, Who has bi en financial secretary of tho local lodge of the New England Order of Protection for IS years, has resigned and C, C. OriswoM his been elected in his place. Mr. Whe.ttley was elected when the lodge ivas Hrst organized In this city nnd In his term of servlc? has paid over .m.MO In polip es while those to whom the policies were drawn had paid less than $2.r,iiri into the treisury. He has-been nn eHlclent secretarv but lvs business demands more of his time and he coull not spare it to the large amount of work conncctr l with the offce for tho small salary which Is paid. Patrick Hlggllis, who was thrown some yi feet by the Central Vermont branch passenger train Thursday nnd who has been In Heaton hospital since, Is recovering and It Is expected that lie will be able to go nbout on crutches In a few weeks The problem which Is now under dlcus-,son Is where will the piv come from for his care. The city has refused to support him and the railroad company will havo nothing to do with him. Ho claims to have hailed from Providence, B. I., and that city may care for him but Station Agent J. P. Gallagher, who s.ut him to tlie hosptal, thinks It a tough proposition to bo held responsible for the costs. John O'Neill, who had been Ml for over a year wh consumption, died shortly nfter noon Saturday havl'ng suffered terribly with the disease. He was employed, until failing health made him give up work, by the Ryle .". McCormlck Granite cninpanv nnd had been a resident of tin city for many years He Is survived nmong other relatives by a wife id live sons. The funeral was held at St. Augustine's Church Monday morning. Tho Vtrmont Mutual Flm Insurance company was notified Monday morning of i lire In the house of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ordway In South Barre Sunday evening about three miles from Barre city. The tire caught In tlie woodshed and was well under way before tlie discovery wns made. Hard lighting saved the barn which was nenr the house. Walter Martin, of wbom the property was recently pur-chnsed. holds n heavy mortgage on It for $r'.n00. It was Insured for JljtflOtn tho Vermont Mutual. The causo of tho fire Is not known. . M. P, Cursor was examined at the city poor farm Monday and It is expected that ho will he declared Insane nnd be sent to Weterbury and placed In the State hospital, Corser was some 30 yeirs ngo a prominent met chant In tho city doing a business of about $100V) a year but ho met with adversities and creditors attached his goods. Later ho owned a olnthltrfr store In Montreal and afterward lived in South Royalton coming to this city about a year ago and a homo was given him nt the pnorfarm. He has a son but his whereahouts aro unknown. Georgo W. Kidder has announced his engagement to Miss Jennie Smith, thn proprietress of n large boarding house, In Manchester, N. II. Ho will go there In a few days nnd tho ceremony will be perfoi nied In a short time In Hint city. Mr Kidder will continue lu the manufacture nnd snlo of his hug extermli'ntnr. Merrill P. Corser, who was examined forlnsanlty Monday, wns committed to the fttate hospital nt Waterbnry, Ho was taken to that town In n team by Chief of Pollco Durkee nnd Overseer W, C. Lamphler, The city council hud a special sitting for Mm purpusii nt authorizing an application to the Judge of probnto to commit him to tho Institution, C C, Taft has let a contract to Judge IX W. Huntley of Duxbury to cut 100,000 feet of chair wood for him tho coming winter. The stock will lj shliped to Waterbnry where It will be finished in the mills of Mr. Huntley, who will personally look after the work. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jnmes Jeromo havo an. nounced the engagement of Miss Camlle, their daughter, to Guy W. Belknap ol Brushton, N. Y. Freeman Fay, who had been hie-coughln- for four dnys, stopped y0s-terday morning. Ho began Saturday and all sorts of remedies wero tried to stop tho hiccoughs hut nono wnr of nny us,, until his physician administered medicine which mndo him glv up everything Hint he had eaten for three days. The cause ot tho trouble was duo to having swallowed gum which ho wns chewing. C. It. Ferrln stocked a brook which runs near his homo In thli vl Initj nnd with his neighbors from tune te time caught many of tho speckled beauties. Yesterdny morning when hi visited the brook he fousyl nearly lot Hsh dead on the banks ns sr-mo person had changed the brook's ccurso, lcav Ing them without water. Some 30 menders of the petit Jurj of tho spring term of 1007 hell thet picnic nt tho Dewey Park yesterdi-They .assembled at the park nbout tct o'clock in the morning. An excellent programme was presented under direction of George E. Whenton of Barra town, W. A. Averlll of Warren and II. J. Ilrown of Wnltsflold. The court officials and members of the bnr wero present nt the function. Some 20 of the members wero present The towns of tho State have already received $lnr,,000 for school usi s but they are to receive 29,000 which will be divided according to the number of schools which they mnintair This list comes from tho permanent srnnol fund. Towards the last of the mont , 14,1,000 reserved from the State school tax and 51. -..000 of the Income of tho permanent school fund will apportion ed to tbe several towns which appro prlate SO per cent, of their grand Hat for the support of schools 11. S. Currier, county s-ipervlsor of highways, has returned from Mad River Valley, where he lms be. n In cars ilto-tlon with the several rond coup lssljn-ers nbout the apportionment of permanent road money. Because of t'le poor weather he reports that tVe work In Washington county Is practical!- one month behind other years MirsbOr ( has tho only piece of hlghwav wh.ch Is entirely completed while many of the towns have only commenced work. K. R. B. Flint, a popular j'onng man of the city, has been appointed Instructor In English on the faculty of Norwich University. Mr. Flint w s grndunted from that Institution fD'ir years ngo nnd slnch that time his mi ls his home in Montpeller and NorthHeld. James Twiss nnd Miss Ella Young v, -o married by the Bev. J. J. Cu'llon at St. Augustine's Church yesterday morning. Tho brldo wns given away by her father and Miss Emma HeT-ort was the maid ot honor. They will make their home in tho city where Mr. Ttvlss in employed in William Miller's bottling works. IAYST0N. r. II. Perry and family, who have been, at their summer cott.itre for sjmo time, havo returned to their home in Beverie, Mass Albert Green of Worcester, Miss, Is visiting his cousin, Mrs V.. C Pierce. Tho dwelling house ot E. J. Long caught Are recently, but fortunately ho had plenty of Tielp nnd plenty of water, so the buildings were not burned. Mist Lottie Flowers of Qulncy, Mass , is passing her vacation with Mrs. Hnry Eett'a nnd other friends. Aithur Mixham ail family have moved to his father's, Fri-t; Mixham. Mr. and Mrs. Dan M I-n ig' n went to C'hamplnln, N. Y to at'rnl t i funeral of her father, Mr. Darl Mrs, iMunroe Hnyes has received news ' tq death ot her niece, Miss Helen K JI, ol Pl ittsburgh, N. Y. WATERBURY CENTER, Dr. E. J. Foster in .iwav ..n bir t ss Dr. ami Mi-?. Watson nr 1 twi Mli'm are guest of Mrs. D. C. Ilavis -Mr and Mrs. II. B. Voultoi of Isbon, N H and Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Parker of M -V lie r were at Mrs. E. A. Vm b's Saturday. Mrs George Ilerlwr' is oc visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs a k. Smalley. Mr, nnd Mrs. Dayton rimilhy who havo been visiting Mr Sn i lev's parent), went to Moretown S j li- - T a Baptist society held a lawn soi ill on ie pirsonage grounds WednesiH v. .v sor was born Friday to Mr. and Mrs George Woods. Harold Watson, who has been visiting here, returned to MontpeLcr Friday. EAST WARREN. The Bev. Glen W. Douglass of West F.ilrlee gave ail evening of readings and selections on the phonograph Frlda., which wis much enjoyed. Mr. tv d Mrs. Arc'.'ie Ivett of Bangor, Me., are visaing in town. Them was a jirnt'y wedding on Mrs A. W. I'stey'- lawn Y. cl- liesd.iy, August 7. wlvn her di'icbtcr. Jessie, was married to Albert Boeers of New IM!dnn, Conn. Thr Rev F, H, Roberts of Waltslleld off la 1 A wedding trip was taken li M irfeal. Ernest Iamb anil Ernest Moor of Bin-dolph passed S.ituidiv an! S' 1 - r town. Luther Sivau-e .id fan. if R .t land were at Luke Colbv - S.i ' Grace McGlatllu and son wort t R in-dolph Saturday for a few da. ' slay NORTHFIELD At the morning service Sunday thi Bev. Mr. Sargent formally accepted th call of tbe Congteg Ulonal society to bo-come permanent pastor of the church. He has been nctlng pastor f t'ie past two or more years and has the regard of tho pisiple of that parish who gav him a unanimous cull. He is now nwiy on a short vacation and tho preict'ng service In his church will be wnltt d in t Sunday forenoon. The Bev Clarence Simmons, pastor at Knfleld, N. H , conducted the services in the Unlversallst Church Sunday In exchange with tho Bev. Walter Dole. Mr Dnlo will preach, next Sundav. There will be no preaching service on the last Sunday of the month. Thomas O'Grady, who for a long time. hns been telegraph operator at this plnce, has left town and gone to Willlston, where ho will act nsj stntlon ngont. John Lackey hns sold his Interest In the barber shop under Dike's store to Charles Clark, who hns token, possession, WAITBTOJLD. Miss Bertha Savago was visiting lr Blehinond a few days last iv?ek, iMts, Allen nnd Miss Edna Joslln of winches, tcr, Mass,, nnd Mrs, Clairo (,.UtuO .roslK of Chicago, III,, nro imlnu a f.w weeks' vncntlon In town, Minn Jean Jllcbeo Is attending miminer uohuol nt Woodstock, Mrs, C.mlMt Portur returned ThurMliy from a six weeka' visit in FnltoiivllU, N, Y,- Mr, nnd Mrs, William J, Eaton of St", Iiuls, Mo,, with two children, aro In town fur h Ihren weeks' vlelt, Mrs, J4ll:i Savage, of St. Albans la in town this week,-. Continued ou lata t'liuo.)

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