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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS AND TIMES: WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1S05.B NEWS OF VERMONT. Uore Important Evfnft Grouped for Free Prens Reader Dr. Ilanra-lian'a Boy ICuna Away Again. Dr. J. D. Ilanrahari of Rutland has received word that his son, John P. Hanrahan, ' had run away from St. Uiwrence College, Montreal, where he Is a Ftudent, and that no trace of him had yet been found. The boy left in company with another student, whose home is in New Tork city. Dr." Hanrahan received a telephone message Monday morning from the president of the college telling him that his son, who is only 13 years old, had left the college about eight o'clock Sunday evening in company with a youth from Is'ew York, who is about his own age. It was learned later that they had stated that they were going to New York. No trace of them has since been discovered. The New York boy had money in his possession. Hanrahan is dressed in a gray suit and wears a cap. This is the Rutland boy's second attempt at truancy within a few weeks. On the day he was expected to return to college after the Christmas vacation he ran away in company with a McGuirk boy, and the youngsters were finally located at a relative's of the latter. Dr. Ilanrahan states that his son has had some trouble with one of the professors at the college, which probably accounts for his actions. BARBER RUNS THE LAW BUSINESS NO W. It is stated that t ho law linn of Barber & Darling of Bennington was dissolved several weeks ago, since which time the business lias been conducted by the senior member, O. M. Barber. PURCHASED A BARGE MILU The E. T. & U. K. Me company, whoso flouring mill at Passumpsic was destroyed by tiro December 19 last, has purchased of the Lyndon Mill company the large grist mill which has been run in Lyndon by George Ide. This is one of the largest mills In that part of the State and with the excellent water power available it is proposed to establish an extensive business. DOG GAVE HIS LIFE TO SAVE A FAMILY. Quite a little excitement was caused In Poultney by a fire which Sunday burned the building owned by E. Reil, and occupied by him as a saloon and home. Mr. Reil was awakened about five o'clock by the barking of his dog, which slept down stairs. He partly dressed himself, and hastened to assist his wife and child to a place of safety. They had barely time enough to escape before the building was a mass of llames. Mrs. Reil and her daughter leu the house in their night clothes, and found shelter at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. Campbell, near by. The Are progressed so rapidly that nothing was saved. The building was erected by Mr. Reil two years ago. It is not known how the fire started, but the A babe in the house is a well-spring of pleasure " if he is properly fed and well nourished, then he is happy and "everybody is happy." Your baby will be healthy and happy and a well-spring of pleasure, if you will give hirn.,Mellins Food. Sample bottle sent free of charge. Hellin'a Food it the ONLY Infants Food, which received the Grand Prize, the hieheit award of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition. St. Louis, 1904. tlish er than a gold medal. MELLIN'S FOOD CO., BOSTON, MASS. Dr. KENNEDY'S FAVORITE REME Pleasant to take, Powerful to Cure, Aud Welcome iu every Home. KIDNEY and LIVER cure. Dr. KpTirifldv's Fnvnrito PcmcdT is adapted to all apres and both wxes. atTortlintr permanent relief in all eases caused by impurity of the Hood, each as. Kidney, Bladder and Liver Complain to. Constipation, and weaknesses peculiar to women, Successful for Bi rears. Prepared bv IR.I. RRWKDV'S feO.V. Rondoiit. . Y. $1.00 all druggists. Six bottles $3.00. 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Cure the Drink Habit With Orrine and Save Money. "U'hiskey drinking does not pay. Take the lowest possible view, without counting the loss of friends, the los3 of business, the loss of manhood that comes to the drunkard; consider simply the actual money paid out, an see what it costs in dollars and cents. Good authority states that nearly one-third of the wages of the laboring- man goes over the bar. How much are you contributing? Figure up for one month how much you take from your wife and children, and pay out in exchange for drink. The total will astonish you, and you will swear off. Will-power alone will not cure the habit. Use Orrine, the only guaranteed cure for the habit. It can be used without publicity or loss of time. It strengthens the nerves, gives a good appetite and refreshing sleep. The cost is small. l per box. jOrrine is sold and recommended br J. W. O'Sullivan, Burlington, Vt. bar room and lower floor were a mass of flames when was discovered. The dog which aroused the family was burned up in the blazing building. FOUNDERS' DAY AT 13AKERSFIELD. Founders' day in Eakersfield was appropriately observed Saturday afternoon ana evening. The afternoon exercises began at 2:30 o'clock with a musical selection. "Out of the Deep," by a mixed chorus. An address on "New American ideals in Education" was delivered by Walter I-:. Ranger of Montpelier, State superintendent of education. Kipiing's "Recessional" was sung by the entire chorus as the closing number of the pro-sramme. The programme of exercises for the evening, beginning at 7:30 o'clock, were as follows: "Gipsy Chorus," from "Bohemian Girl," entire chorus; recitation. "The Singing leaves," Laura S. Govcr; recitation, "The Fisherman's Joy," Charles 11. Hyde; "Ring on Ye Hells," Franz Abt, girls' glee club; recitation, "The Skeleton in Armor," May K. Chaffee; recitation, "The Open Fire," Tiervey 1). Nichols; "Dinah," Clayton Johns, girls' quartette; recitation, "Dara," F. Relic Whitney; recitation, "The Claim of the Negro," Charles L. Cutting; "Irra-waddis's Boat Song," L. G. Kratz, boys' octet; recitation, '"The Lady Shalott," Mabel E. Gates; recitation, "Liberty and Union." Luther T. Smith; "Purple and White," arranged by G. E. Hyde, '05, boys' glee club; recitation. "The Challenge." Grace W. Danforth; recitation, "Eloquence," Lee TV. Sinclair. FIVE AGED PEOPLE IN DANBY. In the town of Danby, with its 984 inhabitants, and living near to each other, are live persons who average SG years old. They are all in good health except one, and well preserved. Obadiah, Wadwen, SC, has recently completed shingling the roof of ft tannery building which is about 50 feet above the ground. His eyesight is remarkably good, and he is frequently seen reading a newspaper without glasses, although he always carries a pair that he has used more or less for L'O j-ears. Mrs. Lydia Bancroft, a sister of Mr. Ilawden, 90 years old, gets around remarkably well, does much eewing and very neatly, and is enjoying remarkably good health. Miss Mary Nichols, who will soon observe her 91st birthday, is about the house much of the time, but not quite as active as she was a few years ago. She busies herself knitting fancy pieces and gives them to her friends. Dr. E. A. Whipple, 81, is still looking after the bodily ills of the people of the town andi vicinity, frequently making trips of miles to the 'hills and mountains that would try the physical endurance of men many years his junior. M. S. Baker, 81, though not so active, is experiencing no serious ills this winter. His mental powers are practically unimpaired, and he has quite a reputation aa a poet. He has been one of the leading men of the tdwn and filled a number of town and county offices. All of the above were born in Danby. NORWICH ALUMNI TO MEET. The 17th annual reunion of the alumni of Norwich University will be held or February 21 at the American House in Boston. It is expected that President Spoouer of the university will be present as the principal guest. Those who do not receive the formal invitation to this reunion are also invitecf to attend. A reception will be held in honor of Charles Spooner, LL. D.. N. U., '73, during the week that the reunion is held. ENOSBURGH FALLS. About 23 young people from here went to Bakersfield Saturday night to attend Founders' day exercises. The annual meeting of the stockholders of the Enos-burgh Falls Savings Bank & Trust company was held in its banking rooms Friday, February 3, and the following trustees were elected: H. F. Brigham, L. L. Marsh, E. M,' Brown, O. Merrill, K. A. Paul, C. T. Hall and C. W. Gates. At a meeting of the trustees the following officers were elected: President, O. Merrill; vice-president, II. F. Brigham; treasurer, F. W. Draper. J. Paquetto has taken the contract to furnish the new creamery with ice the coming season and for that purpose is filling the old broom-handle factory. It is said the creamery will be located on the site of the shed adjoining the grist mill. Dr. C. S. Nutter of St. Albans was in town Monday holding the fourth quarterly conference of the Methodist Church that evening. Active preparations are on foot to entertain the annual conference here in April. This meeting always brings many of the noted men of the church to its sessions. Mrs. E. E. Beatty is spending the week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ingalls in Montpelier. The Young People's Missionary society meet with Kent Perley Friday of this week. The W. C. T. U. are to meet Saturday with Mrs. C. II. Abell. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. S. Stevens Sunday. WORCESTER. School at the Corner closed on Friday. Mis3 McGrail, the teacher in the upper room, treated her scholars to a ride to Montpelier. and back. F. T. Hutchinson was the driver. Miss Grace Dodge has gone to Barre, where she has employment. Burt Young of Williarnstown was in town last week and bought a very nice horse from Charles II. Clogston. J. L. Stone and wife of Northfield were in town on Saturday. C. W. Taylor and wife visited Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bancroft at East Calais on Sunday. JOHNSON. W. II. Stearns has returned from Boston, where he spent last week. Truman Howard and family have moved to the Murray Buck farm. Frank Lafiener has finished work at A. J. Gould's and returned to his hom in Cambridge. Mrs. E. G. French is suffering with a severe cold. The Rev. J. K. Fuller preached at the Congregational Church last Sunday to a full house. Miss Grace Cooledge visited friends here Monday last. SMELBURNE. Mrs. Sophronia Lovellette of this place has been granted a pension of J12 per month. . MIDDLEBTJRY. Mr. and Mrs. Neicy Dorion have returned from a week's wedding trip and are at the Logan House, where they will make their home this winter. In the spring they will go to keeping house. The book social hfcld in the parlors of the Methodist Church Tuesday evening was largely attended and a good sum was realized from same for the benefit of the church society. Owing to the lowness of the water in the river the several mills located here find it hard work to get water enough to run their plants. Mrs. C. E. Youtt, who has been quite sick for the past week, is slowly recovering. The Ladies' Aid society of the Baptist Church will meet with Mrs. B. B. Brown this afternoon at her home on Court street. The Women's Aid society of St. Stephen's Church will hold a dime sociable this evening at the home of Mr.s N. A. Seymour on Washington street. The proceeds are for the benefit of the church society. The Women's Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Church held a largely attended meeting with Mrs. M. R. Burt at her home on South Main street Tuesday evening. The Rev. Thomas Simms, pastor of the Congregational Church, has been granted a two weeks vacation because of his health. The Electic Reading Circle held a largely attended meeting with Miss Carrie Noonan Tuesday evening at her home on Seymour street. BRISTOL. The funeral of Henry S. Smith was held from his late home on West street Monday afternoon. There was a large attendance. The Rev. Silas Perry, the Baptist pastor officiated. A. E. Grow had charge of the funeral arrangements. The casket was draped with bunting and the national colors placed on the casket. The burial was in Greenwood cemetery by the side of his wife. The Grand Army burial service was used at the grave. The bearers were Comrades C. L. Bartlett, John Hanlon, F. Greenough, R. M. Carl, II. T. Peck and T. L. Smith. C. K. Collins, principal of the Wallingford high school, is the guest of Principal W. Ii. Botsford. Olin Ryan has gone to Green field, Mass., where lie has a situation. The water in the village is low. " The pipes are frozen, every street being af fected. R. C. Martin, with W. E. Green & Co., of Burlington, was in town Tuesday. Cards are out announcing the marriage of Howard S. Hill of this town and Miss Blanche Gove of New Haven Mills, to take place next Tuesday. C. Ludoo has the contract to carry the mail from Bristol to Starksboro for the next four years. There will be a whist social in I. O. O. F. hall this evening. Miss Alice Tucker is at home from a isit of several days in Salisbury. Mrs. T. S. Drake is slowly recovering from a severe attack of the grip. Mrs. C. E. Lawrence and her children are ill with the grip. SWANTON. A. G. Webster has returned, from an ex tended southern business trip. C. C. Gale, deputy collector of customs, is confined to his home by illness. Comparatively little firewood is being brought in this season. White birch, for which there was little market a few years ago at 5.1 per cord, sells readily now for $1.50 per cord. The high school entertainment for the benefit of the junior class, postponed several times on account of sickness, will bo given next Tuesday, St. Valentine's da j-. The first rehearsal for "Charlie's Aunt." which is to be brought out by the Taqua-hunga club, was held last evening with the following cast of characters: Stephen Spettigue. Dr. Haff; Col. Chesrey. Dr. Dunn; Jack Chesney, If. J. Sunderland; Charley Wyehoni, Frank Farrell; Fran-court Babberley, II. W. Smith; Brassett, Dr. B"urnett; Donna Lucia D'Alvadorez, Mrs. T. M. Tobin; Kitty Verdum, Miss Bernico Furman; Amy Spettigue, Miss Nadah Wright; Ella Delchey, Miss Edith Brown. GEORGIA. Frank Page has purchased a farm in Bakersfield and will move his family there the first of March. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Boyden of Fairfax were in town Sunday, the 6th. Mrs. Jane Flinn of Milton was the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Charles Landon, several days last week. Mr. and Mrs. James Williams were called to Milton Boro Wednesday night by the illness and death of Mrs. Williams's father, John Luman. Joseph King of Fairfax is the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Francis King, for a few days. FAIRFAX. O. S. McGowan is reported more comfortable. M. L. Aseltine was home over Sunday. Joseph Shores will move to the Pease place March 1. Edward Ssores will move to Georgia March 1. John Cook returned from an extended visit in St. Albans. J. E. Teague was home over Sunday. Douglass Danforth and Mrs. W. H. Wing are both recovering from their recent illness. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Ellis of Fletcher have hired out to Peter Trombly to begin March 1. W. II. Rood has a large stock of logs in his mill yard. WEST HAVEN. Mr. and Mrs. Kenyon of Warrensburg, N. Y., have been visiting Mrs. Kenyon's sister, Mrs. Adeline Belden. The Ladies' Aid society met with Mrs. Isaac Jakway Thursday, February 2. A large number were present to enjoy the occasion. of suffer r 1.-j u ..,.v7- fnr iT months . tried Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. It has cured all people suffering with stomach trouble. 8 S f off J..JL For ten years I suffered from uyspeps a uw apsu u '"-;r ri-Vu"'" to no avail. One night while feeling exceptionally bad, I was about J throv , y .; . Minrh an advertisement of Kodol. down the evening paper wt liv.l . " v o I thought it like everything else, and even 'Ke: -Wei' aneV dollar laurh-d at me, but after the second flosa i ieu Deuer, aim - ed but twTbottles I am stronger and better-than I havener, in years. b. f. hare, sup. The W sent our printed coupon properly tilled out at the time of sale with name-and address. We will protect dealers only upon presentation of this coupon. Ask for the 1905' Kodol Almanac and 200 year Calendar. WAITSFIELD. John Graves Loe 24 Out of 25 Dairy Com -with Tuberculosis Locals. John Graves, who had his dairy tested last summer, and the greater part of them condemned and slaughtered at that time, had the remaining cows tested last week, and five of the six left at the time of the first test were found diseased, and were killed last Thursday, leaving , him but one of the original dairy of about-5 cows. Samuel Maxwell, whose - critical con dition was noted last week, died -Thursday, February 2, after a long illness with consumption, aged about 65 years. The funeral was held at his late home on Sunday at one o'clock p. m., attended by the Rev. F. M. Barnes, pastor of the Methodist Church, and Z. H. McAllister, conductor. Mr. Maxwell i was a veteran of the Civil War, having served in Co. G of the 6th Vt. Vols.. and his burial service wad, "by his special request, in charge of the Grand Army Post of this place, of which he was a highly esteemed member. He leaves a widow, one son and three daughters. "Gentlemen's night" will be observed at the Methodist Church on Tuesday evening, February 14, by a very interesting programme, consisting 'of readings and recitations by Miss Hamilton, teacher of elocution at Mont-pelier Seminary, and Miss Maude Boyce of Waitsfield, interspersed with music by a first-class orchestra, after which the gentlemen will serve supper, comprising a very elaborate "menu." Every one is cordially invited. The j Ladies' Home Circle will meet at the I home of Mrs. E. C. Persons on Wednes day afternoon, February 15, from two till four o'clock. RANDOLPH CENTRE. j It is reported that O. B. Smith has gone to Corinth to live. He left one night last week taking his stock with him and part of his goods followed the next day. The will of the late Susan II. Odione has been approved and established by the probate court. Charles Dewey of Montpelier, the executor named in the will, has declined to accept the trust- and W. A. Washburn has been appointed in his place. By the will the Congregational Church will receive 5S00 and the balance goes to relatives. N. L. Hoyden and D. W. Eaton have put in 'phones on the Orange County People's line. M. L. Washburn and wife started last week for California and made a short stop in Chi cago. The entertainment nest Wednes day evening, February 8, in Normal hall I by Charles T. Grilley and wife will consist of one act plays, miscellaneous selections and songs. Gladys, daughter of II. C. Hyzer, was sick last week, but is much improved. Dana It. Clough, who is teaching in Woodstock was at home over Sunday. Luke Parish, who has been sick ! some time, is now confined to the bed (part of the time with rheumatism. Wat-json Bannister of Braintree was here last week seeking aid towards securing a pardon for Arthur Adshed, who is serving a two years' sentence in the House of Correction. Mrs. T. B. Page is visiting in Essex Junction and Hattie Clark has charge of the house work while she is away. Iw F. D. route No. 2 has been ordered to start February 15 and Bert G. Perry is the carrier. A. M. Adams has been awarded the contract of carrying the mails from Randolph to Randolph Center and Brookfield. FRANKLIN. The Ladies' Aid of the Methodist Church met at the parsonage, when the following officers were elected for the coming year; President, Mrs. '9. P. Truax; vice-presidents. Mrs. Maitie Richard, Mrs. Allen Wilder; secretary, Mrs. Welch; treasurer, Mrs. W. C. Robie; assistant treas-i:rer, Mrs. Chas. Record. The service at the Methodist Church Sunday morning was for the Junior League. The pastor, the Rev. S. Donaldson, taking as his topic " Wifclom's House." He spoke in the evening upon 'The River of Life." The last of the series of lectures will be given Tuesday evening, February 14, by President E. A. Bishop of Montpelier Seminary. The Woman's Foreign Missionary society will meet v ith Mrs. Donaldson 'Wednesday afternoon, February 8, using Dux Christus, the study on Japan. BAKERSFIELD. Miss Cora Wheelock of Waterbury is passing her vacation with her mother, Mrs. Thankful Wheelock. Mrs. F. A. Baldwin was called to Middlebury last week by the death of her mcther Mrs. Eoardman. Miss Mabel S. Start and Burdette II. Start gave a party Friday evening at their home in honor of their suet, Miss Grace Cooliuge, of Lowell. Mrs. W. D. Stewart of Fairfax was in town last week to attend the Founder's day exercises at Brigham Academy. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph S. Carpenter of Richford were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Hall a few days last week. The auditors have been settling the affairs of the town the past week. M'ss Saulsman, a teacher in the academy, was unable to attend to her duties Monday on account of illness. Miss Georgia II. Scott of Enos-burgh Falls is spending a few weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Scott. Among those from out of town who at-I tended the Founder's day exercises were as follows: Helen Stephenson, Grace Coolidge and Clara Burgess of Lowell; H. May Leach, Carroll Leach, Theodore Perley and Ernest Perley of Enosburgh; Cassie Jackson of Waterville; Florence Pomeroy and Maude Warren of East Fairfield; Alice Bronsor. of Hardwick; and Bessie Allen of Cambridge. Dr. Harry B. Perkins of Burlington visited his mother. Mrs. Georgia Perkins, last week. '.. . the stomach by digesting what you eat. There is no need with indigestion, dyspepsia, sour stomach, heartburn, belching, gas on stomach, catarrh of the stomach, i 1 J . V. J!rAVi1a Vrtll Nothing-benefited me until I me. and I recommend Kodol to FRAZ1R m s i ... v.,,ns4rifx of dollars , ioia ino ubu w --f thrown W' My wife Dollar bottla trial, or BO - - g 1.00 size This perfectly natural change in a woman's life Is too often accompanied by painful, distressing symptoms due to female troubles and slight irregularities In her delicate organism. The woman -who passes this change without the development of tumors, cancers, or chronic Invalidism enters a new field of happiness and usefulness in the domestic circle and In social activity. Her phy sical system should receive the necessary assistance at this critical period. ly&aLPirskhams Vegetable Compound Is exactly suited to woman's needs at this time. It strengthens and cures all derangements of the female organism, it overcomes the hot flashes and dizzy fainting spells, and all other distressing symptoms. I Wos in Bed for Three Weeks Dbar Mrs. Pinkham : I vfferd a fret dl during Change of Life. I flowed teadilv for eleven weeks, and it road m ao weak I was in bed for three weeks. my and healthy about our wonderful The whole secret of safety at this time of life is thorough preparation before the change begins. Fortify the system with a course of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. This wonderful medicine has carried thousands of women through this danger period. No such helpful advice to women who are sick can be had anywhere as will be received free by addressing Mrs. Pinkham, Lynn, Mass. Lydia E. Pinkham's v BENSON. Mrs. Catherine Balcornb Barber died at her home in the Stony Point neighborhood last Thursday. She was the widow of the late "William C. Barber anl was twice married, her first husband's name teing McAllister. She was born in Hague, X. "ST., S2 years ago. She js survived by one son. A. If. McAllister, of this town, who had always lived with her. The funeral was held on Saturday. Frank King, present road commissioner for this town, met with a serious accident last Wednesday whilu drawing logs in the woods. His load tipn-ed over, hitting him on the head and leg and pinning Mm down. His companion pried the load oft and released him. He suffered a concussion of the brain and is in a serious condition. He h:is been attended by several physicians. Mr?. Iewis I. Belden and Mrs. Elmer H. Hale went to Saratoga Springs last Thursday to visit the Rev. G. r:. Cady and wife. Mr. Cady was a former Methodist pastor here. The 'Congregational society here has ordered a new ?300 church organ for its church. The old organ is turned in toward it at $50. James Guyon. well known locally as a watch and clock repairer, having traversed this section many time;? during the past SO years, died at his daughter's home in this village last Friday of acute crastritist. IIo had been ill only a few weeks. The deceased formerly fcr many years lived in "Whitehall, where he kept a watch repairing shoo. His wife died and he moved from "U nite-hall to West Haven. Later he came to Benson. A little over a year ago his daughter married Claude Munger. since which tirt'O he has lived with his daughter. Ills remains were taken to Whitehall for interment. BRADFORD. Prank Corliss of Boston is in town. Mrs. B. S. Hooker has pone to Boston for treatment at the Uomeopathio hospital. K. . J. Coffrin is quite ill with grip. The Rebekah promenade and dance was held in the Armory Friday with music led by the local orchestra. Miss Gertrude Dewey has commenced work in the Opinion office. Allen Flanders has returned to Boston. A meeting- of the State tuberculosis commission ia to be held in the village hall Wednesday evening. The Rev. II. Kilbr.urn is in Montpelier thia week. WSFEPSIA. CUR-IS Isftrs or. any otner sxomauu uwuaca. avm. will not have to suffer if you wiU take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. Won't you try it on this guarantee? KODOL DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT hold 2 V MAKES THE STOMAOH 8WEET. rrpax4 tk J.d- crB.ojj win 0., Chlef ,P.B.A. cant MX. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is guaranteed only to Cha9J I began taking Lydia ii. rnnicnam veraaoic wimpouna, doctor's will and I had to hide it. I took it regularly until I It brought me out all right, a perfectly strong, weil woman. ;hy I am by loo'ulng at my pictwe, and any one can write to cure. Mrs. F. M. Mush rush, East Vegetable Compound Cures ..a-. YOUR GROCER SELLS 0 SNoneSuchMince Meats n in 2-Pie 10o Packages with List cf Valuable Premiums. SA 1 c. ............. ALBURGH SPRINGS. The house on the corner owned by Hub-hard Sowles of Richmond and occupied by Mr. Laroe and Chauncey Bohanan was burned on Friday, February ?.. early in the morning. The household goods were saved and the house was insured. The Toadies' Ail of .the Congregational Church will give a valentine social at the parsonage on Monday evening, February 1". Oysters will be served. Miss Kooney's school gave a, very enjoyable exhibition on Friday night, Feb. 3. Miss Eliza Grib-bnn furnished music for the occasion. Hubbard Sowles of Richmond is in town on business. Frank Towne of Swanton spent Sunday at his father's. Mrs. Julia Trwan Morrell of Lynn, Mass., died at the birth of her first child. The remains were brought here for burial, accompanied by her husband and her sister, Mrs. Manlej. The funeral was held oi Thursday, February 2 from the home of her father, John Irman. The child survives. There was a large attendance at the Congregational Church on Sunday. Mr. Lamb of Plainfield, Mass., preached. FRANKLIN. i Gearge Skinrer received word Sunday of the death in Brookfleld of his oldest daughter, Mrs. William Boudro. The remains were brought here for burial and the interment will be held in the Catholic Church Wednesday morning at ten o'clock. Mrs. Boudro leaves a husband and three children, the youngest being: only a few weeks eld. The schools out-s-ide this village closed last Friday. ST. GEORGE. Mrs. Ira Wesecrtt of Montpelier is the guest of Mrs. E. E. Kehoe. Mrs. Melissa Allen is visiting friends in Williston. Recent news from Oak Grove, Wis., where Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Isham are visiting, is that they will leave about March 1 for California, where they will visit Mrs. Isham's brother, Ira Allen. "fake load to GUARANTEE COUPON If. after using two-thirds of the" contents of a dollar bottle of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure you are nt satisfied with it or can honestly say that it has not benefited you, take the bottle back to the dealer from whom you bought it and we will refund your money. All we ask is that you be honest with us. Sign this guarantee coupon, and leave it with your dealer, who must mail It to us with the outside wrapper from around the bottle. Hame Address Cut this Guarantee Coupon out and take it to your druggist. Suffering unougn n w jw bad taken five bottles. Any one can xea now me or my daughter Chicago. Ind. Where Others Fail ........ IT THE YEAR 'ROUND PANTON. The Rev. G. K. Bruce, who has beei conducting revival services here, haa returned to his pastorale at Peru. Mis. James Conlin is much Improved and her nurse, Miss Mary Palmer, has returned to her home in Vergennes. Miss Mattie Kirigsland has finished her school in the Webster district and returned to her home "in Brldport. Mrs. George Allen is not so well. John Spr;gue is sick and under the care of Br. Waterman of Vergennes. Er. F. A. Rogers of Alburgh visited his old home here last week. Wright Hoyt and wife were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Burt Allen of New. Ha veil recently. Mattie Sullivan, who recently underwent a severe operation at the hos- j pital at Burlington, has returned home very mucn improved in neaun. me annual election of officers of the co-operative creamery was adjourned to Wednesday of this week. Walter Merrill is slowly gaining and is still under the care of Miss Fairbanks of Burlington. Perley Smith and sons are filling the ice liousea at the co-operative creamery. JERICHO. Mr. Planck returned from his Western trip Monday night. Mrs. Sarah Jacksor. had a severe attack of nose bleed Monday. The doctor was called and soon stopped it. Mrs. Agnes Wright will move her goods this week into the tenement of F. K. Howe. Mrs. John Carroll is sick with the grip. Her sister, Julia, is. home caring for her. SOUTH WOODBURY. A successful operation has lately bee performed .on the broken lesr of Delbevfc Lawson by JOrs. Warren and B urban k. A trained nurse is carina" for hir,i. Th ladies' social at the church was well at tended. Mrs. R. B. Tassie is steadily fin. proyipg. Frank Stowe, , who is well known in this section, is reported quit ill and is at the Sparhawk sanitarium! Burlington. purchasers who pre

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