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Woodstock. Vbhmont EitaWlined 1840. Bnbsoription Batos : Ono year ' W-g Blx montha Three jnpnths Slnglo coplci uo PoitofflcoBulWIng - - Tclepiiono 16-4. EDWARD 0. DANA, Edltor and Publlahcr. Woodstook, Vt., Oot. 21, 1905 Will all tho candidatCB for liouten-nnt-governor tako thoBtump and add to tho hilarity of tho campaign? Col. Loland and Hon. GK H. Prouty aro in tho raco, and now Hon. John H Morrifiold eays ho wouldn't declino tho honor of a nomination. Vermont has a verybiisy and vcry active executivc in Gov. Bell, who lms beon on the move pretty much all the time since his inauguration He has to attend to the chores on his farm at Walden, btit the regular weekly and sometimcs daily an nouncements that 'Gov. Bell and staff arc to attend grangc mectings other functlons up and down the state indicato that ho plnces con siderable reliance upon his hired mm. The neoolc like to see the governor ot the state, shake hands with him andhearhim talk, buthow do his friends square his assiduous attention to his remotest consticu ents with the occasional assertions that he isn't looking for anything hevond thc erovernorsliipr Ist Jie j - a fairly active campaigner for : "stay-at-hoine" man with no politi cal ambitions? We think Congress man Haskins would ansvver in the affirmative; whctherhe is doingany hard thinking or working overtime is another matter. STATE PBESS. There are still a few who argue that it don't make much difference whether there are saloons or no sa loons, there will be about so much drunkenness anyhow. In Vermont, howevcr. those who can thus con- tend and keep a straight face are growing fewer. Observation and common sense are teaching them the. fallacy of their position. The situation in Bellows Falls. is an illustration. No license is giving us fewer drunks and clcaner strcets than ever before in the history of the village. This is the testimony of police ofHcers and others whose chances for observation are good. It does make a great difference as to sobriety and decency whether sa loons are handy or not, Bellows Falls Times. Wolf Soon in Randolph. A sight that hasn't been seen in these parts sirice the day of the early settlers was revealed to the startled vision ot Warren Bruce Monday morning while at work in the woods ot R. A. Smith, adjoining Mari Castle park in Randolph. Look ing across he saw a gaunt wolf stalk ing about in the pasture of A. H. Beedle. The beastwas composed in manner, seemed untroubled ' by timldity and, after leisurely survey ing the scenery, trotted off into the woods. It was dark gray in color and, according to Mr. Bruce, was no figment of the imagination nor anybody's dog. Wolves, which fol low the deer, have been seen in va- jrious parts of the state this fall and recently were sighted as near by as Hancock. REFUSED $6000 FOR APPLES Shoreham Man Will Put His Crop in Cold Storage. While the apple crop in Middte bury and vicinity is not up to the ayerage, still it is good foi this sea son, and better than in many locali ties. Romaine Hemenway of Shore ham, one of the largest lruit raisers of Addison county, has rcfused $6000 for his crop, estimated at 2000 barrcls. He will slnp his apples to iioston and place them in cold stor age. Vermont Modioal Sooiety. The following officers were clected by the Vermont State Medical so ciety at its annual meeting held at Burlington last week: Prcsident, Dr. M. L. Chandler of Barre ; vicc prestdent, Dr. L. E. Albie of Bel Iows. Falls; secretary, Dr. George tl. (jorham of Bellows 1' alls; treas urer, Dr, B. H. Stone of Burling ton ; auditor, Dr. J. H. Blodget of saxtons Kiver. Barre was chosen for the next meeting place. Hand Torn 5ff. Elmer Smith of Andover, a farm- er, had his Icft hand and a part of the wrist so badly lacerated last week Friday by catching it in n thrcshing machine that amputation was nccessnry. Smith was taken to Chester, .and the operation was per forraed by two physicians. The in jurcd man will rccover. Mary Rogors Caso. The casc of Mary M. Rogcrs, the condemned Vermont murderess, hes been advanced by thc suprcme court of the United States and sct for Nov. 6. SOUTH -WOODSTOCK. Rev. Jbseph Hamilton will preach irt tho church here noxt Sunday af toraoon nt two o'clock. A mushroom measuring 30 inches in circumfercnce has been found in France. HARTLAND. OOVEUNOR I1ELL COMING. Governor and Mrs. C. J. Bell, with sevcral noted speakers, will at tend a spccial meeting of the Grnnge, to be held here Oct. 23. The gov ernor and Mrs. Bell will be the gucsts of Landlord and Mrs. Searle while in town. The public recep- tion to be followed by speeches will be given at the hotel hnll. . SOUTH POMFRET. There will be services at the hall tomorrovv at the usual hour. Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Perry of Rut land visited his brother here a few days the past vvcck. The, Dcrosia family have been in dulging in thc prevalent diseasc, mcaslcs, Lula especially being very sick. Norman Wood, who has been vis- iting relatives in New Hampshire tho nast four weeks, returned to John Gibson's Thursday. The Abbott Memorial Library has lately received from Gen. Rush C. Hawkins a valuable contribution 'of some 200 volumes ol rare books, for which the town of Pomlrct very cratefullv return thanks. There are still manv wants the library ye.t nceds tor Itlll equipmcnt and any monev or books xram friends of the cnterprise will begratefully received and acknowledged by the trustees. We" hope friends will promptly re- spond. Somo sixty iriends and neighbors from this vicinity and Woodstock met at thc home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ramsom, who recently broucrht his bnde there. and sr.ive them a kindjy. -cucptTo'n. The wel conie of. uie young couple to our town with the presentation of pres ents was made by Willis H. Wheel er, and was responded to by Mr. Rnnsom. A fine display of beau- tilul eifts in silvcr and china from friends in Taunton of the bride and groom were shown. Refreshments of cake and coffee were served and all returned home wishing the young couple iov and prosperity in their hfe's career. Several from here attended the annual roll call at the Christian church in Woodstock Thursday afternoon and evening. Mr. and Mrs. George Phelps re turn from New Bedford, Mass., to- day, where they have been visiting relatives. Frank D. Paul of Lowell, Mass. returned home last week Thursday, after several days stay with his par ents here. Henry Howe has been installing new machinery for chair stock machine for making shingles. and POMFKET Mrs. W. W. Miller, who was the guest of Mrs. N. C. Livingston Sundav and Monday, returned to her home in Richmond Tuesday. Mrs. Oscar Harding returned -M w 1 ixl jr fi v 1 1 r" 1 j c 1 rl ol 1 1 vl w setts. Qiiite a herd of cattle passcd through here Tuesday en route for Massachusetts. They were the property of an asylum in that state and were a healthy looking bunch Mr. McClay has been assisting the farmers in sorting and packing the apples which he has purchascd The funeral of Harvey Clapp was held Thursday morninc. Interment was in the family lot at Prosper. Miss Hazen of West Hartford spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Rachel Thacher, who was home from the Woodstock Higl: school. Mrs. Heyhoe and Master Gorden arc to spcnd the winter at Denison Hewitt. Fred Henry's family are wrestling with the measles. Several from this place attended the reception to Mr. and Mrs. itan som in their new home at South Pomfret. Mr. Ransom is one ot our most worthy young men and it is verv eratifyinir to know that he is to have his home with us. Mrs. Addie Gerry, who has spent several weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Roy Shepard, in North Pom fret and with friends here, has re turned to her hoine in Springfield. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Thacher spent last bunday at Will Kohinson s m Strafford. Mr. and' Mrs. David Darroch spent several days in Montreal this week. The ladies'sewingcircle will meet With Mrs. M. H. Miller next Wed nesday afternoon. Herbert Martin has leascd his farm in Bridgewater and is moving onto thc place purchascd by Mrs Charles Martin of W. A. Perkins. "AfLr You, 8Ir." A French paper tella tho little story ol on old viollnlst who occa rionally played with hla manBervant, teho had beon tho beat flddlcr In his natlve villago. "Why aro you always orio or two beotB behind mo?" demanded tho viollnlst impatiently ono day when no tappinga of hia foot or frowna had Berved to mnko tho valot realizo his fault. "But, monsiour, it is that mv old flddlo has tho rcspect." said tho man meckly. The New York man who was caughtliving with three of his wives in tho same buildinir was badly mixed in his geography. Tho Only Survivor oftho Hnycs ArctlcExpcdltlon, Mr. 8. J. McCormlck, now U. B. DeoutT Mlucral Surveyor, Bllss SUtlon, Idaho, says: "For jcars I hovo soffcrcd from sevoro palos ln tbo blpjolnt and backbono, de prlviDR mo of all powcr. Tho causo was Stono 1d tho Bladdcr and Gravol Irt thc Kldnejs. After usinc Dr. Davld Kcnno- dy'a-ravorlto Itcmedy.of Itondout, N. Y., I was cdraplotcly curcd. NAPOLEON AS A GUNNER. Haw Ho Demonstrated Hlf Ablllty and Diicomfited Hlf Crltlc. It was in 1782 that Jfapoleon, on a visit to his folks at Ajaccio, had an opportunity to demonstrato"'in tho prcsenco of tho friends of his tcyhcod tho superiority of his knowlcdgo of tho practical ubc of artillery. It may easily bo belioved that ho embraced tho opportunity with plcasure. Tho officors of tho garrison had recoived from Paris a now mortar, which thoy woro trying on a mark fixed on Asproto, a rocky point op posito tho city and across thc harbor. Thoy could not hit thc targot to savo their livcs. Napoleon said to tho spectators: "Thoy will not buc ceed. Their method is all wrong." Tho officers did not hcar this ro mark, but after many trials, noting tho emilo on tho young officor's lips, one of them Baid, with a touch of irony in liis voico : "Monsieur, you aro laughing at ua. Do you dosiro to give ub a dis play of your Buperior knowledgo?" Napoleon answered courteously, "I am very f ar from laughing at yon, but I do not approvo 01 your meth od." "Will you show us your method ?" asked the ofilcer, with a sneer. "Wilh iiltmouio." Bonaparto loadcd tho mortar caro fully with his own hands, quickly moosured the distanco of the target with his eye alone and touched tho fUB0M Tho tarffct was shattered. and thero was a cry of applausft fronx the bystanders,. wno were noi ai an troubled to see a native Corsican take the wind out of tho French men's eails. "All an accident !" cricd the officer who had challenged Napoleon to try his skill. "He couldn't do it again in a hundred times." "Do you desiro mo to attempt it onco moro ?" asked Bonaparte, with tho samo ironical smilo on his faco that was destined to aggravate so many enemies among the crowned heads of Europe. "S'il vous plait," said tho officer. . Napoleon again lighted tho fuso after personally loadmg the mortar. Again ho hit the mark. Thon, with out waiting for further permission, ho tried it the third time, with tho Bamo result. The garrison officers apologized for their impertinenco and inquired if he would tell them in what respect their method had been at fault. "With pleasure," answered Napo leon. "xou simply had too much powder behind the bomb. Try it yourselves with less powder, and you will Bucceed." The first experiment Bhowed that ho was right. Tho offi cers had had a good lesson in. gun nery, and the peoplo of Ajaccio had been Bhown that their young hero had not lost his prestige by going to a French milltary academy. Tho Long Earod Bat The British long eared bat has a body only two inches long from tho LiI.p-J.tt .. ... 1 -U.ytmoo-vf-lto-tolly but its ears are an inch and a half long and threo-quarters of an inch broad. Whon the owner of theso vast ears proposes to go to sleep it bcnds them outward and then backward, fold ing them down on each sido of its head and shoulders, before bringing up its wings to cover its sides. When thc little bat wakes it is quite a busincss to straighten these cum brous ears into position again. In fact, he holds them for some little time half cock before ho is able to erect them f ully. Bats are very scnsitive to drafts, and on that account this little mam mal puts itself to bcd in Hiich carc ful wraps. London Tit-Bits. The Imltntlvo Jnpaneie. When in 1858 Lord Elgin visited Japan and insisted on making the shogun a prescnt of a yacht and alBO insisted on arranging a trcaty with him in behalf of England he noted tho cxtraordinary Ihirst for knowl edgo and quickness in lcarning which distinguish tho Japancso. Within a week a raw Japancso crew had learned how to manage tho sho gun's now yacht. Tho Japanese commissionors even took pains to lmitato tho cheers whicn their gucsts gave after dinner when tho queen's health was drunk as soon as thoy understood that "when you in tho west wiBh to honor a person especially you roar and shout after your meals." ' Correctsd tho Oorreotlon. An English prisoner on being put into tho dock in a London court leaned ovcr tho front of the hoz hnd handed a "dock guinea" to a young member oi the bar. "xou de fended mo onco before, sir. Do you romember? You got mo off. Itwas at Hertford sc8sions, sir, for stealln' a watch." "For the alleged stcalinff ol a watch you mean, correctcd tho barnster as he pooketed his feo. "Allcged, bo blowed!" replied tho prisonor promptly. "Pvo got the watch at ybme now I" The Best Poultry Food. Oplnlons vary as to wbat ls best in evory llno. The best Poultry Food ta tho ono that gives bost results. T. W. Sllght, Hnvorhlll, N. H.( oxprosscs his oplnlon in tbo following letter. "I am plcaaed to any tbat 'Page's Porfocted Poultry Food' ls tho best Poultry Food tbat has como under mr obscrvfttioa It is an excellcnt ssllor." The Tribune Farmer Is tho best Agricitltural paper. It comes every wcok. For $1.25 we send Tue Age and Tribuno Farmer for one year. To new subscribcrs, both papcrs for $1.00 for diie year. GERMAN COOKERY. Iti Vnrlety - Reflacted In the Food Phraeet of tho Country. "ifost peoplo would consider the French languago richor in termB con cerning food and cookcry than tho Gcrman," writes Jeromo llart in tho San Francisco Argonaut. "I havo always thought bo, but I was bo much surprised in Qermany by tho richness of tho languago in food phrases that I took tho trouhlo to count the columna in a Fronch-Eng-lish and a German-English pocket dictionary. Result French, eight columns; Qerman, cloven. But when ono reflccts it is really not ex traordinary that tho Qerman should havo moro words for articles of food than tho French, for they cortainly Beem to havo moro things to eat ahd to eat them moro f requently. "Where did I once rcad a descrip- tion of tho Qerman hcaven? Was it in Heine? I remember dimly tho writer describing the celcstial abode dreamed of by all good Qcrraans a land where tno sausage treo bends undor the woight of plump sausages hanging in bunchcs like bananasj whero goldcn salmon swim ashoro and wngglo into your platc, porish ing to bo oaten raw; where tho Btur geon come and voluntarily offer up to you their young in tho form of caviare; whero the cucumbers and .sherlcins. grow in heds all ready for the consumer and may bo pickecj, ready pieklcd, and caten at onco. "Wandering swine in that heaven como up to those fond of raw ham and let them out slices off their juicy loins; the roast gooae, brown and succulent, flies through the air on its fcatherless wings, alights with b flop on your plato and turns up ita nlump breast rcadv for vour kniie; a land whorc thero are lnkes of soup and rivcrs of cravy, a land whero it is ever raining bcer." His Qrandfnther, Simplo mindcd visitors to tho Jar din des Plantes, the Paris zoo, tako a rather mtimate viow of the Dar winian theory, according to tho Lon don Chronicle. Some branches of tho animal kingdom are represented there by skoletons. Said a paintor to a model one day, "I shaU want you on Sunday morning for tho ffnal sitting." "Impossiblc, monsieur," said tho model. "I am Koing to take the children to visit my grandfa- ther." "Your grandfatherl Why, how old are you?" "Sixty-seven, monsieur. "And vou still havo a srrandfather ?" "Oh. ves, nt the Jar din des Plantes I He's a skeleton. I tako my own grandchildren to seo him once a month. Tho keepers know us very well. They always Bay: 'Ah, you havo come to see your grandpapal All right. You'll find him in his usual place. Ho can't walk very comfortably now, bo he's still there " Wouldn't That Jar You? Ono day a well dressed strangor called at a Lawronce hotel and told tho landlord that he was hroko and vory hungry. The landlord took him to the dining room and gave or- laM jM-n.ninnor- .Vv-ixon-.lia.gat. lip from tho tablo, 0 twenty dollar bill dropped from his handkerchief, which he drew from his pocket. A waiter picked it up and handed it to tho landlord, who confronted him with the fact and at once took out 75 conts (25 cents is tho regular prico) .and returned the $10.25 to tho strangor, who was apparontly dumfounded and speechless. Later on tho vigilant landlord learned that tho bill was counterfeit. ivansaa Oity Star. An Odd Experiment. Somo years ngo one man bet an other that he could not movo an or dinary brick tied to tho end of a cord two or throo miles long. A straight and level road just outslde Ohichester, N. Y., was seleotod for tho trial. The brick was not moved, and the man lost his bot for a large amount. It was stated by somo one present that the brick, although weighing only soven pounds, would from a distonce of two or threo milea repres'ent a dead weight of nearly a ton. t A dog fight, seventeen dogs par ucipaung, was summaruy ended in Island Pond the other dav bv the iu dicious use of ammonia, npplied by urosvenor cainith. They were very surprised lot of dogs. Nolhlnn Holpod Until the Wonderful Now Medlclne, Cal-cura Solvent, Was Taken. Dr. David Kennedy's Latest Medlclne. "I very much wlsh," wrltoo Lorotta J. Voil, of Hopowoll Junetion,N. Y., that I might bo ablo in a few Hnoe, withont put. tlng mysolf forwnrd, to lot tho pooplo un. dorstand how voluablo Onlmra Solvent, tho new medlclne discovered by Dr. David Kennody, iain casesof indlgcstion and tho liko aQnionis, which nro so common among us. I Buffored from a sovoro voriety of livor complalnt, vrith dlzzinosa, numbncss, and an oxcoodlngly weak and oxcitablo atate of tho nerres. I omploycd tbo best treatment wlthln my reach, yot nothlng really holpod until I began to uso Cal-cura Solvont, and that did." Remtmbcr, Calcura Bohent euret 08 tfatt caita of Kidney, Bladder and JAvtr ditorderi. You may havo a freo samplo bottle of this wonderful medicino. and do Bcriptlvo boojdef, by simply sendlng your namo and addrcss to Tho Oal-oum Com pony.onnedy Eow, Itondout, N. Y. Largo bottlea $1.00 (only ont tiu) all druggists, or if they do not havo it. send to tho abova propriotors. DIZ1ESS 1D WEI NERVES r ppn UUllUL THE AGE, Woodstock, Vermont. PETITION FOR DIVORCE. BTATB OP VERMONT, 1 Whereos. Ed. Winisor CooNTt. ss. f ward J. Maola of Hartford, Vt., has duly flled his peUtton to tlie uoutity uourt, sottmg lortn ms icgai marnace to Myrtlo T. Jeaseman, then of Hiirtlnml In tho State of Vermont, tbat bo hath rcsldod tor 30 years ln tho State of Vermont, that bo hnth kopt tbo murriace eovouant, but tbat the said Myrtlo T. lmtli vlolutcd tho same, (or tlmt sbo hath wllful ly ui;d withont just causo desertcd tho poti. tloncr for three consecutivo years: whero. foretbo potltioner prays for a blHofdi. vorco from tho said Myrtlo T. Mncla; And wboro'as it apncara that said Myrtlo T. 3 withont tbis btato, so that tho sum mons of said Court may not bo Bcrvcd upon uer; It i tbcreupon ordored that tho said Myrtlo T. Mncla bo notltlod and ro. nulred to uuncar in and bofore said Court and rnako answor, if any uho havo, aud umuo tno oruer anu nccrco or saiu Court iu tho lu'omisofl, at tbo torm tborcof next to bo held at Woodstock, in and for tbo County of Wiudsor in tbo Stato of Vermont, on tlio flrst Tuosday of Docombor, A, D. 1003, upon tbo flrst dny of Baid tcrm, by mibliauine tbo substanco of said potition, toRothor with tbis ordor. for tbreo suecossivo weeks, in Tho Spiril of the Ago, a nowspaper pub llshed at Woodstock in said Cimntv. the last imbllcatlon to be at loast six weeks prior to sam torm ot i;ourt,wuicu suau ue ueomea sufllciont notico to said Myrtlo T. Macla. Qivon undor mv hand. at Woodstock, in tlie County of Windsor, this Oth day of uciouor, a. jj. iuu. JAY ItEAD PEMDEIt, Olcrk. Willinm Batcholder. Atty. for I'otitlonor. PETITION FOR DIVORCE STATE OF VERMONT, I Whoroaa WINDSOB. COONTY. S8. Crano of Sharon, Vt has duly fllod her Eotition to tho County Oonrt, settinc forth er legal mnrriiiRo to Wllliam 11. F. Crano, tlinn nf F.rntnr in tbo State of Now Ilamu. sbire: tliat slie hath roslded for four years in the Stato pf Vermont and in Windsor uouuiy ror raore tuan sixniontnsiast iiBBts but tbat tho said AVilllam hath violated tbo samo, for tbat he hath wilfully desort. ed tbo potliionor for moro than tbreo years last past, and for tbat, bolnc; of sufflcient pecuniary and pbysical ability, he hath cruelly and wantonly neglootcd and rofused to provldo suitablo malntenanco for tho potltioner; wheretore tbo notitioner nravs for a bill of divorco from tbo said Willinm li. l' . (Jrano. ana tbat sbo mur havo the cnro and custody of bor nilnor cbild. And wboroasit nnnearn tlmt nniil Willinm B. F. Oraue is without tbis Stato, so tbut tbo summon8 of said Court may not bo serveti upon Iiimj It is TnEnEoroN oiideiied that tho said Willlam li. F. Crano bo notiflod nnd re. (juired to appoar in and bofore said Court ana mako nnswer, if any be havo. and abide tbo order and iudtrment of siiid Court in tbo promiseB, at tho ijrm tlieroof noxt to bo hold at wood8toolinandfortbo Countvof Wind SOr In tllft Htnin nf Vnrainnt. Tuesday of Decenibcr, A.D., 1005, upon the flrst day of said term, by publishing the Bubstanco of flaidpetition,toeethcr with this orunr. for tbreo successive weeks. in tho Snirit of tho Ago, a ncwspapor publisbed at Woodstock, in said County, the last publi- SJid tcrm of Court, which sball bo deemed suincient notico to said Wllliam B. 1. rirano. Oivon under mv hand. at Woodstock, in tho County of Windsor, this 27th day of Septcinuer, A. u., laoo. ,TAY RE.VD PEMBElt, Clerk. James O. Harvey, Atty. for retitionor. FQR flANY YEARS, NO. 34 TEflPLE PLACE, BOSTON, TTns lifimi well and favorablv kuown as nlace wbero honest and conscientlous medl. cai aavtce, uorrecb iiuuujuiiiiuu viuuwiiiuu, and spoedy nnd pormanent cures were aS' sureu. Out of this door have walked thousands in tho full eniovinent of Ehealtu and strength. who had been given up as incura. ble by their fumlly pbysician. Tbis fact has made tho name and fame of Drs.F. A. &J.A. Greene Known und aoknowledgcd throughout the entire country as most succcssful pbysl. cians in tbo curo of chronio and nervous "Uiscuses: " Tho doetors are nronrlotors of tbo well known medicine, Dr. Greeno's Nervura Blood and Nervo Bemcdy. This famous Cure is comnoundcd and nrorwrod under their own pcrsonal supervision nnd is guar. anteed to bo tuiiy up to tue standaru as ro gards strengtu, cmcienuy anu exceuenco. The publio Hcolth Loctures will bo ro. SUIUOU IU IUU 1UU. Drs. F. A. & J. A. Greono can bo consult ed porsonally or by letter, without cbargo A Mbunderetandlng, "Mr. Tompkins' said tho lawyor for the defense, "you havo sworn to tell tho truth, the whole truth and nothing but tho truth. Now anawer me this question : 'Were you ever in jallr"" "Y-o-s." "Don t be bo low about it. Wota you ever in jall for thirty days V "Yes, 8ir "That'a better. What wero you there for?" "On account of a misunderstand- ''Come, now, no quibblinof. Wha was it for?" "For refuslng to Bupport my wlfo." "Ah, wo have it! You refused to Bupport your wifo, did you, and jho law stopped m and" "But I Bay it was a misundor- Btanding." "How?" "Why, up to the time I waa sent to JaU l hadn't got it llgured out whether I married my wlfe to ho Bupported by her or sho by me.'' Cloveland Flain Dealer. lnecnampion egcr story comes from Attlcboro. A man there ovvns a brown African goose and this bird recently luid an eBg which was ii 78 inches in circumicrence. FOR OVER SIXTY AEARS. Mes. WlNSLOW'fl Soothinq Rynnp has been usedfor ovor slxty years bymllllonsof moth orsfor thclr children while teethlng, with juriuci buccubs. it sooines tue cnua, eoicens ho eums, allays all naln. cares wind colic. and ls tbo best rcmetly for Dlarrlmmedlt wtll rellerotbo poor llttlo suQercr mmedlatcly Sold by fll druggists In every part of tho. world" Twentv-flvoccutsa bottle. Be sure to asic ror "flirs. winsiow's SootUlne Sv. up uuii wiKnuuoiner Kinu. i .1 . l .ii ti . " IF YOU HAVE A FARM 0R COTTAGE IN THE VICINITY OF WOODSTOCK Which you would liketo rent to a desirable tenant for thc com ing summer it would be well for you to send a dcscription of it, togcther with your name and nddress, to the undcrsigned at dncc. Hundreds of familieshll ovcr the country searcb the col umns of the Doston Transcript cacli season for information as to where thc most desirable summer rcsidcnccs are located. BOSTON TRANSCRIPT CO., 324 Washington St., Boston, Mass. Tho Klnd You Havo Alvays ln uso for qyer 30 ycnrs, - nnd lioa beon inntlo under Ws pep ,1 sonal supervision slnco lta infhnoy. y-CtfcAiM Allow no ono to dccclvo you in this. All Countcrfclts. Imltations nnd " Just-ns-good" nro but Exporlmonta tlmt trlflo wltli nnd cndangcr tlio licnltli of Infants nud Chlldron Exporlonco agalust Exporlmont What is CASTORIA Oostorla ia a uarmlcss substituto for Cnstor Otl, Paro gorlc, Drops nnd Soothuyr Syrups. It is Plcasnnt. It contains noitlicr Opium, Morphino nor otlier Nnrcotlo substanco. Its ago ls its guarantco. It dostroys Worma nnd nllnys Foverlsliness. It curcs Dlnrrhocn nnd Wind Colic. It reliovcs Tcothlng' Tronblcs, curcs Constlpatlon nnd Flntuloncy. It nssinillntcs tbo Food, rcgulntcs tbo Stomnch nud Bowcls, giving bcnltby nnd nutural sleop. Tbo Cbildren's Ponaccn Tbo Motbcr's Frlond. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Boars tho The Kind You Have Always BougM Bn Use For Over 30 Years. THC OIHTAUR OOMMNV. TT HUIIIMT rrilCCT, N(W YOHH OITY. "We will send The MiiTor andFarmer and The Ag-e to NEW SUBSORIBERS ono year for LET US Postcrs, Dlanks, Bill Heads, Cards, Envclopcs, "Wcdcfing AND ALL KINDS OF COMMER ' GIAL PRINTING. THE AGE WOODSTOCK. VERMONT. '-'v ' ' ; v , FREE TO FARMERS In Btilletin No. 116 recently is sued by the Vermont Agricultiiral Experiment Station, Formuln No. i, commcrids thc following ingredients for fall seeding, without manurc. Thc amounts namcd are for one acre. Raw Ground Bone Acid Fhosphate Wood Ashes Muriate of Fotash 300 to 400 lbs. 100 to 150 " 300 to 400 u 50 to 70 1 ' To any Farmer writing to C. S. Page, Hyde Park, Vt., saying that he saw this notice in the Spirit ot the Age, Mr. Page will send a free sample of the above ingredients, ex- cepting the ashes, and give the cost thereot laid down at the I'armers nearest station. Thc Experiment Station Bullctin well says: "On every account, financial, educational, agricultiiral, it is better to buy the crude stoclc and home mix, if one uses a ton or more." Any farmer who will send Mr. Page $3.25 will receive, freights prepnid, a sample 200 pound barre! ol his uround isone. It is guaian tecd to be nn absoltitcly pure, nat ural Bone Meal. No valuable in gredtcnts have been taken theref rom as is tlie case with much of the Uone Meal now being offered to thc pub lic. Nearly all the larce fertilizer man- uiacturers maKe a oone giue Dy dou ing their bones and extracting the gluten therefrom. Mr. rage s uone Meal is a bv nroduct from the man- ufacture ot Page's Perfectcd Poultry Food, and is the bone flour siftcd out from the etanulated bone which forms one ot the principal ingredi ents of this Poultiy Food. It is this fact that enables Mr. Page to fur nish a pure Bone Meal at so low a price. Savc your asnes ana niix with this Bone Meal and you' will find it worth double the cost. Poultry Food Agenta Wanted. AirenU Tviinted everywbero to sell Paa-e'0 Perfected Poultry Food. If it ls not for anl ln your vlllaBc, vrlto the mannfacturer, 0. 8. Page, Hyde Park, Vt. for terms to agenta. Agcnts take no rlsk, ai th food ls guarantcod to jrlvo ntlra istlsfaction ln oycry case. and any not sold may bo returned. It is an articlo of gonnlno mcrlt, and can bo coniclentiously commendcd to pool trymen, , WWWWVVM Bouglit, and wltlcli lins bocn lins borno tlio slgnntturo of Signaturo of DO YOUR "Cards, OFFIGE v ' CHURCH SERVICES. Christian Rev. C. A. MacDaniel pastor. Morning service at 10.30 with scrmon. Sunday school at 13 o clock. Junior L. Ii. at 5 o clock and Y. P S, C. E. at 7 o'clock Mid-vvcek service Tuesday evening, 7.30. Welcome to all. Universalist Rev. H. L. Canneld. pastor. Morning service at 10.30 Sunday School at 11.50. Y. P. C. U. Tuesday evening at 7.30 o'clock, Congregational Rev. F. C. Put nam, pastor. Morning service at 10.30, bunday school at 11.50, ves per service at 5. Tuesday evening, prayer meeting at 7.30. Methodist Episcopal Rev. Josepli xiainiiton, pastor. Morning ser vice at 10.30 j 11.45 o'clock, Sunday school ; 6.30 p. m, Jipworth League ; evening service, 7 p. m. j Tuesday, micl-week service 7.00 p. m. Cathohc Rev. E. C. Drouhin, r pastor. iviass at 11 a m.; evening service at 7;3o. Services will be held the fourth Sunday of each month' at Village hall, Quechee, at o o'clock, and at Barnard, at the town hall, on the seconu bunday or each month at 9 o CIOCK St. James First bunday ot each month Holy Communion and ser mon at 10. o. Evenint? Praver and aciurcss at 5.00. All other aundavs rloly communion at I.10 a. m.. morn mg Prayer, Litany and sermon at f J ' 10 30, livening Praver and address at 5. C. H. Wells, rcctor. How to Make Hens Lay In Winter. Authoritlcs all ngroe tlint oggs arc go ing to .bo very blgh this wlntcr. Every Jtfultry koeper, therefore, will doubtless e lnterostod in the following lettor from S. B. Buell & Co So. Strafford, Vt iu which thoy tell how to mnko hens lay ln -winter. Here it is: "Wo hava sold 'Pago's Porfocted Poultry Food' with a CrcQt deal of satlsnotinn n nii who bavo uied oall for more, saying that it is just tho thing wantod to keep hons Droduclni eaet when they nro lirini.inn- tho hlgbeit prlcos." Old English Gent (outof depthin nver) rielp 1 1 can t swim I American Tourist (safe on bank) Waall I guess I can't swim, cither; but I'm not making such a durn'd noise about it I Punch. BOSTON AND MAINE (t. R. WINTER AltHANGEMENT Iu Eircct Oct. IS, 1903, CONCORD DIVISION. Tiuins Leavk Wuitb IttTKn Junotion For Lobanou, EulloM, Canaan. Tottor xiaco, itiat Andover, Franklin anu l'ouucook, Uonoonl, Manobovter, Nnsliuu, Lowell and llostou, 3 3o, 7 OS, 11 ia a. m.: D 13, 3 30 p, m. Buuday. 3 30 n. m 1 Mn m. For .Worcester," Woousookct aml Provi. uonoo, 3 30, 7 05, 11 45 a. m.j 3 43 CONN. & PASS. DIVISION For nrinolpal Btnttons to Nowport, (13 60 n ... .1.11.. n .. m., 1 45, i. in.; (1 40 p. ln. to Lyiidon. vIIIq), 0 18 a. ni., 0.56 p. m for Nor. For Uock Island nnd Dorby Lino, Bmltb'a uoxvillo and Sberbrooke, (13 65 a, in., a vo a. in.. l o p. ni. For Montroal via Nowport (13 65 a. m. uuny o&uopi iuuuuuy;, i a u, in. For Quobeo via Sberbrooke, 13 65 a. m. uimy uiuuiii ouuuuy iiuu monuiiy (a uo n. ui. aud 1 15 p, in., except Suuday). D. J. PLANDERS, Con, Pat8fr & Tiokot Agont E. A. SPEAR UNDERTAKER. LATEST METHODS OF EMBALMIN Q. NIG'IIT CALLS " PltOMPTLY AT TENDED TO. E. A. SPEAR Woodstock - Vermont BO YEARS EXPERIENCE Tnaoc Marks DE010N8 COPYniOHTO &c qnlcklr ascortaln our oplnlon froo whether an AnTOne isndlng a eietch and deiorlptlonmar lUTUIllll tloni iti aent f re tlont.trlctlroonodentlal. HAND on ln probablr Patentnble, Coramunlca L7MT1 tv fnr aiwnirtnff tutjtnfa. iu. hanuuuua onruenu Fatenu taken through Mnnn A cb. recelTi tseaal notlci. vltbonc chiree. ln tho A ntndiomelr lllnttnted weoklr. lAnteit elr cnlauon ot anr .clenUflo jonrnal. Termf, ti a reari ioar raoniai, f 1 001a pjaii new.aeaieTi. llraach Offloo. 625 V BU WaJhlDiiton. D. THE AGE ofFers to new subscribers The Age and New York Tribune Farmer foi one year for One Dol lar. OTTAUOUEGHEE SAVINGS BANK WOODSTOCK, VT. Setnl-Annual Stntonicnt at close of businoss duno so, l'JOO. BEsorBCii). Loniis on Beal Estato, $1,012,030 CO Loans on Personal Seourity, 20,000 00 Loans on Tlmiosit Tinnlifl. 4 fiso ra Loans with Mbrtgages as collat- ernl, 3,650 30 Loans to Toyms, Villnges and Scbool DistrictB, 3 000 00 Stato, County, Oity, Town nnd School Bondo, 381,814 00 Beal Estnte forllankingPurposes, 30,000 00 Interest, 28,143 24 CohU on hand and in Banlcu, 78,618 79 Sl.G0C,048 51 $1 .498.074 70 48,887 03 48,680 12 $1,690,048 61 MABIXITIKS. Duo 8809 Doposltors, Murpius Jfnnci Itoserved, Othor Surplus, Officors. Presideut Vieo prcsident Trousurer (llinrlAH TT ATnvTinm Charles P Obopmnn'( TBUSTEES F. B. Mackenzio, Chnrlca H. Mnxlinm. Wm. S. Dewey. Wm. 8. Hewitt. P. O, Soutbgate. C. F. Cbapman. J. W. Parker, iienry w. Walker, INVE8TMENI HOAItD. P. S: Mackenzio, J. W. Parker. Ohnrles H. Maxbnic, Charles F. Ohnpman (Yiiimm.n. nowut. ADDiTons. W. S. Hewitt. Wm. 8. Dewey. F. O. Soutagate. TO NEW SUDbLRIBERS : The Age and Delinealr One Year $1.55.