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Woodstock, Vt., August 31, 1912
Woodstock Railway Ti'metable In oIeot Aloiidny, Juno 31. 1012. TRA1NS OOINO HAST. No. 2 No. 8 No. 4 ii. ra. nooiv p. iu. Woodstock, 1020 13 10 a 20 Tuftsvillo, 10 27 12 23 3 27 Ouochoo. 10 35 12 33 8 30 Ijoweya Mllla. 10 80 12 33 3 40 lllurtford, 10 01 12 5t 3 63 . XC. Junut'n 10 U 1 03 3 68 TRAINS OOINO'WEST. No. t i. m 5 20 0 27 0 35 0 80 5 50 0 00 No.7 t ii. ni. W. It. Junot'n 7 15 tllurtford". 7 20 IJoweys aillln, 7 32 Queolioo, 7 0 Taftsville, 7 44 Woodstock, 7 02 No. 1 No. 8 No. t t u. in. 8 oo 8 05 8 20 ,ff25 8 38 8 60 t p. n. 1 45 1 50 2 05 2 10 2 20 2 28 i). m 4 in 4 1(1 4 31 4 35 . 4 43 . 4 6(1 Dntly, oxcopt Bundnys. l'liu! Htutlou Thia Coimmnv roxervo tlio rlckt to canool ntliiB wuuout noiioo O. H. LEONAltD, 8upt. j. Q. P011T12H Gonoral Muiiaccor. Amorionn Expross trnnsacta busiaosa ovor tuH roau POST-OFFICE N&TICE AUll truiua urrivo 7.52. 8.50 u, in., 2.28 5 p. ui. Miiil truiua lonvo 10.20 n. ui., 3:20 p.m 4ifl n.20 ii. in. Jliidyowittor ltutlaud und Ludlow staROu loavo u.'iu u. m, unu ii.uv p. ni. South Woodntogk, 8.00 p. m. Ilmimrd und Uethol. 5.45 u. in. llurul iree dollvcry routos leavo at 8.16 a. iu. JIAILS OLOSE-For eurly BtuKes 8-.U0 I). m. Jjiiter nmlis, s.ou n. ui., b.uu p. ni uud 4.45 p. iu. OOlue llouiu 0.30 a. iu. to S.30 p. m Sunday 12 to 1 p. lu. SUNDAY. nmll oloues 10.20 u. iiif VltEDiSlUOK OHAPMAN. 1. M. . F. WARDWELL' PLUMBING, STEAM, IIOT WATER FITTING AND KOOF1NG. Our Gouenil Jobbing Depiwt uiaut will glvn l'rompt Atten tion to your wnnts . , . . . WOODSTOCK, : Centrul Stroot. VEKMON1 A. J. BOURDON , PLUMBING : STEAM AND WATER HEATING. WOODSTOCK VEItMONT. (illbort A. Diwls Gllbcrt F. Davt LWT OFFIOE OF DAVIS &. DAVIS WINDSOIt - VEKMONT KARL A. PEMBER AEOHITECT Oflice Court House Building. ADAMS & McNICHOL CUT STONB For Cemetery and Building purposes. Woodstock, Vermont Shop at South Royalton, Vt IIERBBRT JO HNSON VETERIHA Y SURGEOH Ilorao tvaining und colt brenking South Pomfret, Vt. FOR SALE At once, si two-story building, 24x2, rendy to be iinishcd off for ?i liousc, garagc or stable ; can be remove'd s it is. Everett P. Ashley. WANTED. A cmpetent expcri enced woman as -working house kceper and cook oh fnrm within two milcs o Woodstock Vermont. Will be given mnid to nssist. Wages lib eral. AddrcRs P. O. Drawer F, Woodstock Vermont. WANTED Owner for stray cow. Apply to Commercinl House livery stable. HARTLAND HILL. C". J. Fjsk o New York hns been visiting hia son, A. R. Fisk. W. W. Welcb and fnmtly returnctl to their home in Lebanon, after u klioit visit with Mts.t Wclch's mothcr, Mra. E A. Morse. A. R. Fisk is visiting relatives in New York. Georgc Sandcrson of White River Junction was at Frank Cheney s Sunday.' Tom VVilcox, who lias been hvmg on the Latimcr place, has moved to Stockbridge,. A SAFE SAVING5 BANK. Durinc its more than twonty-threc years of existcncc,,the Hyde Park Savings Bank neVer lost n dollar by a poor note, a poor stock or.a poor, bond. This can only rrienn .tbat nt" managers possess fjreat conseyyatism, cxcellent judgment and pninsfaking care. It mpfliis n clbse. adlierericd to the motto ol tlie bank , frunY its start, namcly: Snfety "first, last and Mwnys;" Uigb ratcs ot i'ntercst never." Doposits itt this bank -receive 4 porcent. intet'esCconipounded semi nnuallyf witfi' afrthe taxes paTd by' the Bank. WOODSTOCK NEWS Strayed. Niglit Policomnn R, ET TlminaH, On hifl early'romida Thuraduy night, found n cow foragiugin tlio rcar of tho poatofilco and Whitcomb blockB, up to hor onrs in excolsior and np paroutly having a perfeotly good time. Ho wont to got a rope, but on bis return tho cowhad disappourod. Later ho nrrostod lior ou Pleaannt Btropt, tho fawn-colorod etray having had a blisaful timo'in tho park, in vnriouH gardons- and olsowhere to tho poril of tho Improvomont Booi- oty's posy plots and Bhruhbory, and corrallod hor at tho Commorcial Uouso livery atablo aftor a chaee ovor a Inwo or two. No Mail on Sunday. Postinaator Chapman recoived an ordor from tho poatofiica departmpnt on Mqnday instructing him to closo tho po3tiflico on Rundnye, thja law applying to nll ofGcea of tho first nnd 8ocohd clusa. Speoial dolivory lottors will bo de- liverod on Sunday, but tho gonornl dolivery wiudovv and, lockboxea will bo closod from Saturday night until Monday innruing and no mail "will bo aeco8aiblo. Tho dopariraont, saya tho ordor. deairca to reduco' Sunday work to tho ininimum bo that aa many of the employcea aa possiblo raay erijoy a completo day of reat 011 Sunday. Hotols aud biiBinosB hoiiBOfl will bo eapeciallj' inconvoiiionced by the ahutdown, und doubtlcss thore will be a pretty genoral proteat fiom the country at largo. v Playground Athletic Meet. About thirty boys tookipart inan athlc'tic meot at tho playground WedneBday afternoon, under the direction of Aliaa Rachol M. Fronch Thero woro two cluesea- for eaeli oveut ouo lor noyB over 11 yeara old and one for boys of 11 years aud youtigor. . They nro umall boya and no ro- corda.wero broken, but cotnpotition waa keen ind the 8R2Et nrouaed much cnthuaiaam umong tho apecta- tora. Ribbona wore awarded aa follows; lBt ClasK Polo Vault lBt, Eddio Freeman, Cft. 2in.;2nd, Glen Ohaae; 3rd,.Charle8 VV'enworthi 2nd Claaa Pole Vault. 1st, Leo Joluiaon, 4 ft, 2 in.; 2nd, Edtrnrd Goodrow;-3d, Erueat Brown. lat Claes Stauding Uroad Jump. lnt, Eddio Freeman, 80 inches; 2nd, Qlon Cha8e; 3d, CbavleB Wout- worth. 2nd Cla88 Stonding Broad Jump. lat, Raymond Carbiio,'-82 inchea; 2hd, William Davis ; 3d, Douglafi Bourdnn. ''lat Olasa Rimning Broad Jump. , 1st, Eddio Freeman, 158 inches; 2nd, GHon CliaHe; 3d, Lee Towno. 2nd Glaas; Uumiing Broad Jump. lat, Ruymond'Carliino, 139 inchea; 2nd, Uurbunk Raul; 3d, William Davis. lat Clas8 Standing High Jump. lst,. Eddio Froeman, 30 inclips; 2ndf, Glea Choae; 3d, 'Tlieodoro Brownf 9 2ud Olans-T-Standing High Jump. lst, William Davis, 20 inches; 2nd, Raymond Garbinoj 3d, Leo Johnson. lat CIubs Running High Jump. lst, Eddie Freeman; 2nd, Glen Chaso; no 3d prizo awarded. 2nd Olass Running High Jump. lst, Raymond Carbino; 2nd, Will iam Davia; 3d, Douglaa Uourdon. The New School Building. Work on tho foundation of tho new school building for tho four priraary gradea of tho village schooL began on Thursday, and tho con tractors, ICieslich & Co. of Burling ton, protniso to havo it ready for Use tty Jauua'ry 1, 1913. The sito is at the southeast cornor of tho prosont achobl grounds, the building rutining at right angles to South street. It will be 30 foet 8 inches long by 38 feet 0 inches wide, of bnck, with a hip roof, and dormer windows on tho long slde. Tho basoment will have a con croto floor, two toilot rooms, each covoring about ono-third of tho apace, and the remaining third is to bo for tho uao of the janitor and for iho two furnacea. Ouo will hoat tho rooma aud the other'ia for iho veatit bule aud for vontilatioa. The plumhiug arraugemoiit'a will bo of the beat, and much like tho. Byfltom in uao in tho preaent build- i,lg- . Ou the main floor aro two roomB. eaoh 25 x 30 feet, und betwoen them is a pasBftgbwiiy. in which are book- oncns vnntilators. bowl and driaking .faucot. A vefltibulo runa along the south slde of tho building, with en trances, through porchos, at eithor ond. A1I the windows will havo double hung nusb, Which will bo an advnntagi) iu butlr wurm and cold weathor. Tho old buildinga on tho laud ail joiping tho Bchool groundo, whicli waa bought to mako room for tho now atructure, will bo . movod back and usod for a laborutory and othor purposos. ... Tho aoldiora' monumont stand vory near tlio north aido of tho new building, and i tho consent of thoso intorestod is obtainod it will probably bo moved liaok toward the preaont building, in about tho contor of tho groundfl. Tho school board also wishea to build atepa in, tho stoopest part of the tho coucreto walk from tho street to tho main building, whero ice and anow mako footing porilous at times. Universalist Conventions Woodstock has beeu ontertaining over one hundrod dolcgatea to the convontioiis of UnivorsaliBt uhurchea ,of Vormont and Provitace of Queboe, and alliod orgauizations, tho sosaiona opening Monday ovoning and con cludiug Thureday noon. Thoy praiae Woodatock'B hoapitality and tho welcomo from tho local pariab, and good weathor addod tn the ploasure of their viait" and tho buo- ccsr of tjio convention, rho Young Peoplo's Chrielian Union mot Monday evening at the Universalist ohurch, whero nll bob 8iona were held. Mra. Mary Graco Canfield vvelcomed tho delegatea, Preaitlont W. R. Rowland, M. D., nf East Corinth, r.eaponding; and an addreea wa8 made by Rov. G. 0. Boorne of Rochester. At Tuesday. morning's Bession of tho Union officers wero oleoted as follpwa : Prcaident, Dr. W. R. Laviolette, Richmond ; vico-preBidont, W. O. Jewett, Bollows Falls; eecretary, Ralph Modbury, Wilmington ; trena urer, V. II. Winchester, Brattleboro. Tho Women'a Missibnary Aasoci ation elected these officers at the an nual meeting held THuosday after noon : v Presidont, Mrs. Alico J. Allon, nf Watorloo, Quo.; vice-president, Miss Carrio Whoeler. of Barre ; socrotary, Misa Martha A.Jenno8H.ofSt. Johna bury; troasurer, Misa Elizabeth riills, to Lyndonville. Reporta from mission ciroles Bhowed'that'mnch hpmo.miBsioii "ond snrne outsido work. hna boon dono. An interesting paper was.read by Mrs. taplea of Burlington. Thb fii at sesaion of the stato cpn vontion .waa held Tueaday evening; Rov. F. T. Clnrk speaking for the churchoB of Woodstock and Prcai dent Uolliater rosptjnding to tho ad dre8a of welcomo. Superintondent Smith pf the Ver mont Anti-Suloon leaguo opoke on ita policy and work, and Mr. Spargo, before mukiug au address at Muaio- hall, apoko briefly on tho principlea of Socialiam. Misa Bullo Davis of Hartford, C01111., reprepcnting ther W. N. M. A., addressed tho convon tion. After tho appoiutmont of comrait- teea Wodnoadoy mpririg, atidBplak mg by representativea of vanous ehurch intoreste, Rev. Iryiug Towa ley of Washington, Vt., preachod the occaaionod Bormon, followod by a communion sorvico. Tho delegate8 90 of them took tho Mt. Tom trip Wedneaday after noon, upou invitation of Mr.. F. S. Mackonssie. Automobiloa aro not al lowed ou the mountain and 38 horsoa all tho availablo oues in all thd livery atables wero pressod into the Bervice of the party. The spookora Wedneaday ovening wore Rov. O. R. kSkinnor o Lowell, Masa., and Rov. John Olarenco Lee, D. D. of, Philudelphdu, brothor of ProL Frederio 8.- Lee of Woodstock. Tho closiug' sossioii was held Thuraduy moniiug. Officors wero elected aa follows : Preaideht, A. K. Hollister, Litt. D., of Barre. ' Vico-president, F. B. 'Gilletto of liichtnpud. Socrotary ' aud superintenUent, Rov. G.'F. Fortier, Rutland. Treaaurer, " F. F Watson, St. Albans. The lay members of the ezeoutivo board aro Sheldon Greene St. Albans; Joel Blackmer, Stockbridge; W. R. Kowlana, M. D i'iOat Corinth. Rutland was selected as tho con yontiou city of i913. RresolalionB wore adopted. do cldriug for u&iversal peaco ; for a nation-wide prohibitidn of themann facturq and sato ulcoholio liquora for bevoragepurposea, lind favoring equaj suflrage. lm Tree l'rtm Ffne PriHU'ng WOODSTOCK -NOTJES Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Fuyno and Mr. and Mrs. Genrgo Payne, who havo boon nt "Rivorcat" for a few wedks, return to Boatnn today. Mra. Erncat Gngo of- Gardner, Muaa., is viaiting hor father, Henry E. King. Dr.jGilo of Honover, assiBtod by Dr. H. O. Jackaon, porformed an oporation for appendicitia upon Mies Lily K. Partridgo Tuesday which waa Buccesaful and aho ia ''gettmg along well. Mrs. Georgo Q, Kelly is viaiting hor paronta in Hampfltoad, N H. Mrs. L. A. Richmond, Forreat A Riobmond nnd Mr. and' Mrs. A. W Ea8tmanaro taking an a,utompbile trip to Boston and othor placea in MaasacliUBotta. J. O. Dana of Newark, N. J., is at " Quieto " for a day or two. Tho local Roosovolt olub a'nnoancos Progreaaivo rally nt Muaio hall Monday night. Col. ThohiaflS. T. Dohorty of Boston will bo tho Bpeaker, O, A. G. Jackson, curntor of, tho Montpelier Historical Socioty, hoa obtainod anothor valuablo addition to tho rapidly growing collection. The gift ia a piano brought'tf) Mont pelier by Mra. Thomas' Reed in hor girlhood, tho first piano brought to Montpelier, and it is understood to bo.tho first brought into tho stato. Stato cattlo cnmmisaioner F. L. Duvis of, Whito Rivor Junction waa in Burlington' rocontly and inspected tuo iciuing ot a uora 01 M cows whicli had been fouud tb bo infected and which carae from St. Albans and Hartland. t Mrs. Charles M. Southgato of Bos- ton is.tlio guost of Mrs. F. S. Dana, arriving ThUraday. H. W. Kont of New York city. spont Saturday and Sunday in town. ErioJIowland, who is loft fiolder for tho n?achlno ahgeinftVitftl-i Bor, wasspiked m iho.hand..in o"re cent ball gamo and has been in Woodstock 'a.few days.. Mr. and -Mra. . Rogor Baldwin ofH New York aro at the Vail .hpuse.. The King's Daughtera 'Will liold thoir regnlar'inoeting jl'ueaday., o.ye ning, Sept. 3, ot tho Arta aud -.Oraft Room. t rt. nt- 'il. Rev. H. J. Maillot aa'ltl' Berlift Falla, N. a.-thiaookVth'ftJndHhV: ordinatiQn .to tho. ,pieatltoodi;!diilievi; Arthur Ratnaey, acqusiri. 3V4U' ! Judge-Ira AJ Abbdt? of iaverhill; Maas., ia visitiiig hia eiatorj' Mrs. Juliette Simmone. c..I- Leonard Covo, ngfia'IOeSi-Hvho is with' hi't Bfater Mrs,.f'i Norton rhompson, on tho North f Bridge water road, accid'ehtaiiy' shot him B'elf with a 22 'calibra.' rpyolver $lon- .1. U' - . I day morning, iho bullet atriking him just nbovo tho right templo. cutt.ing under tho scalp for ofl iinch nna a uau .auu.conung oui iieur 111c top, of hia liead.. T)(ivpunjj ianot. serioua ,. . Mr. and Mra; Edwiu Thayles Em- mons and children of Genevu, N. Y.( aro pussing d montlfs vacatiou hore. Food sale at Arta4riilwpats fppm Friday, SepU 0, at 3.00 oilock. Sale of BDro'ns. ice i "oreamV eto. Tfy hho Ladica Aid of dhristia'n ehurch. Tho boy choir, pf, iCruce;churcbr Salem, Masa , of which Stanjoy E. Fuller, is prganist.-gavo a cfancprt ot" St. Jamea church Wediioaday even ing, which was hoaru with much pleuaure. by a. largo audiertce. The. young singers were oasiated by Moasrs. 0., 0. JDumas, Dr. G. 11 Kelly. A. 0. Saul and Parker. Child. Tho Sleep of the Child Jesiis.'Lby, tho choir, waa one of-tho. oiijoyablo' numbers, andMhe muaiu .-was . alL well within tho compass of their voicea and'swcotly, aung. : ,. John G.'Ohriatop'hor of ' Jackson ville, Fla., who haa been apending the suinmor at the Wilson houao on Ploaaant Btreet.'haB' bougni it buuw mor homo noar Olureinont, N. II. Mr. Chriatopher' tried uuBeccesafblly to fiud a auitublo pliicb near Wood Btook, Col. and'Mra; F.-Si Billinga gavo delighf ul .recoption at thbis homo Saturday afternoon,4 from? 4 to 0. 'clock, to iutroduee thoir daughter, Miss ElizubethS. Billings. (Tho lnn prchestra -played', nndref reahmonta vroro eorved qn the piazzd.t Mrs. n. S. Brooks, Mias, Puulino WUhelm, Miss Margaret Forster. . Miea ,.'Roso riggs, MiflB Kqtherino Kidder, und Oorinria Ordway assisting. FloweXs decoratod. tho rooma, bouquots pre sented to Miss Billinga covering the mantel in front of 'which thoi receiv- ing party atood, Deputy-Shoriff M. H. Loukoa and Mrs. Loukfea entertairiod aa automo- bile party of their oI swistea'j Tclephonc Us Yovr Wants N We deliver all orders in the village limits and giye special attention to" all express. and mail orders, The next tiine you do not feel like com ing down town "for drug wants call N. D. No. 145-2 or People's Phone and the goods will be landed at your door. VA. B. MORGAN ' The QualityStore thd'Stato prison, at lnnphoon Sunday afternoon, ineludiiig Supt. W. S, Lovell, , Wardon Penniman, Keepor Phillip Whitcomb, Enginoor Pied Gardner, and Ohef Ned Andorson. Mr, and Mrs. Froderick Billings arrivod from Now York laat Saturday and aro at tho Warren O. French houso on Mountaiu nvenuo for tho reat of tho aenaua. ; Misa Elinor O'byrno of Savnnnah, Ga., is the gueat of Mrs. Eltou A. Smith. Duna Salnion of Turnern Falls, Masa., is visiting, Mr. ond Mra.'W, Dana. On Wedneaday afternoon n de- ightful muaicalo waa given 111 tho 'Ann'pxittho' Richmond houao. bu EPm atreet, Hiobo taking part'boing Philadelphia frionds of Mr.-nnd Mrn, Jamea Chapman; and aro their guestsln South Barnard. 'Mr.-'Ad dieks' playod two piano soloctions, nnd the votal uuuibers wero siing by Mra A'ildicks, Mrs. -Adamson and Misa Cook. Misa Campbell will gireuluuujioon at the Country Olub Iioiibo Monday noon, for tlie tonuisnd golf playen. MQpars',,. ,Co)es. and... BJodgott. ure guoBta-of tlio Mia'sea Stearna ntr the Pagp cottago on Mountain avonuc. Hbmer CJreen. oi ifovy , York ia.tho guest of Mr. and 'Mrs, H. S. Brooks Mr. nnd Mra". Gt Bailey retu"fped. j.hurBUuy from. an automomlo trip t6 New York and otlier summor.je- Borts. .- Alfnn Smith of Srhithvillo, N. J and t'wb f riendfl are expeoted today. Mrs. S. E. Kilnor, Ehnck Kilrier and a friorid, Tlobart Ford, are at tho Kilner home hero. south Woodstock. i Billy Bhrtrnm nntl George Peo- ples wenf tp Clarcmont on Tuesday and returned on Thursday, bringing Mrs. Lillie Bnrtrnm and son with them. . RalpITInquitii, wife nnd son returned from .the litkc 'on Thursday evening. t Jo'sdpb Breid of Brooklyn is u guest of his sislcr, Mrs. Loilis Bartel. Nlrs.. Mnrin Perry nnd Mrs. R. H. Kingsley nttended the funeral of Mrs, Lizzie Uovce nt West Wood stock on Thursday, Mr. nnd Mrs. G. M. Rood returned from .Bellows Fnls on Thursdny, wliere thev spcnt n coupte of vveeks with Mrs. Rood's sistcr, Mrs. Dnmien. , .Henrv Morcntt has recovered from tlie, measles nnd is Kblc to ride oiit. Glen "Perkins is nthis work'ntrnin, nfter a few dnys ol illness. . C. T. Wnshburn wcnt to- Clarc- VriontiWednesdny.. Mra. Emma Blake nnd Mrs. Ella Washbiirn were in Woodstock on Thursday to celebrntc the birthdav soVi, Mhltlnnd -Blttke. BRIDGEWATER. Mrand "Mi; C. E. Woods nnd M.r. nnd Mrs. R, P, Woods of Woodstock were Sundiiy gucsts nt Charles Woods', The m.irried men overvvliclmcd tl).e siugle men nt bnBebnll Snturdny, 8 to 7. 'A Republican rnllyjs ndvcrtised or tnis atternoon. Conrrtessmnir Pfumley, Fred A. Howland nnd udge Thompson are the apcnkers. Teachers of the outside schools Which Onened Mondav nre : Eusebih Carllslentthe Cornei s; Hnzcl Davis, nt bherburnc j nnd liilitli Grcnves at West Bridgewater. - Duririg the thundcr storm - Sntur - day nig.ht lightning striick the licHows Falls Free ncademy at btilfrjy.' , "slnttcring one corner of tho MXK000K00OOOCKK OOOOOO t Perfection Oil Heaters flade by the Standard Oil Co. A Seasonable Equipment. They are Clcan and Do Not Snioke. A New line that IS New Pure Lake Superlor Copper ' " 1 Nickel -plated Tea Kettles Corrugated, quick-heatlng surface. . Let us tell you why they are the best Tei : Kettles made. E. F. Wardwei! N. E. Tolophono 16-2 Pooplo'e Tolophono 10-14 COOOOCKCOOO0OOO0OOHOOOOOOOOOOOOC That "Good Night" Message Don't forcret it, - 'You k'ub.w what ,a , you can readily realize the pleasure iFv f gives loye4 ones .at hoine. . . ' No. letter you may write, or telegram you may Sendf can . c6hvey . the " tfirili .m 1 . '' ' ''.,'1 that comes with hearing your -Toice. . You know hqw jou feel-when you'hear-, . the-voices' of your wife and chiidren; y 'ahd you lfhowiiow 'they feel at hearing ,s.f ' . yours.- .... " It's weli worth' while to ' Look for a "Bliie Bell" Sign -f rj?pr ; "NOTICE Owing to tho failuro ofthe. town nt its last town moetin? to appropriato funds for tho tranaportation of High School scholara, tho matter of their tranBportntion will be postponed till after tho ncxt town meeting-. Edward H. WilHama, Jr., Clork.' The Scicntific Atnericatf tleclnr'es that n French inventor has perfected ,n mnchinc Which turns out n product from 8trw which mnkcs n perfict substitute for wood. Notice to Taxpayers. The Tnx Billsfor Town, Highway and School Taxcs on tho 1912 Grnnd List of Woodstock, Vermont, have been delivof ed tomo for coliecti6n and taxpayers nre called upon to pay their respectivo toxcs within ninoty days from dato ( by Sept; 28, 1012). Tho dcdnction provided by law willbe nllowed oh taxcs paid during' that time. , Taxcs not so'paid yvill be collected by tho Constablo with costs. . I.willreceivoatmy ofllco evory day nnd till ;ight' oclock Wedneaday and Saturday eveninpsnf tor Septembcr 1. ' F. C. SOUTHGATE Town Treaaurer. Woodstock, Vt, July 1, 1912..-' Norman-Williams Public : " Library ..' ' 1 . LlBRARY HOURS' . Reading room open from 7 a. m. to 12 m.; 1 p. m. to 6 p. m., and 7 p. m. to R.R0 n. m. 1 Librarian or assistant will be at tho nurary lrom iu a. m. zojz m.;np. ro. to o p. m. ana t p. m. to ts.au p. m; EDWA1U) H. Wiluams jb., President t .1- Mr. TraveKncr Man. V comfort it is t'o you ;, t TtV'f; t . 1 .. htr1, :,ir!f New England Telephone and Telcgraph Conipany WANTED By'Chairman of School Board, liids for transportntion of pupila from -the Bridgewater, line on river rod to the Lincoln school for the cominjT school year of 34 weeks, commoncing' Septem bcr 9th. 1912. , . I Thc cohtractbr to furnish two norsea and necessary robes. inwinter. , Edward fl, Williama, Jr. Clerk. Bmzil haa asked theUniteit'States ... V g f to sendi.)stronomers to witncss the totul eclipsc of the sun vvhich 'wijl be visible from Rio Ja.uebo on Qct. 10. GENTRAL MARKET VVestern ahd Nati ve' BEEP; 1 Pork, Lamb Veal, Hatm, Green Stuf f received every Thursday. - All at the lowest possible prlces.