Newspaper Page Text
VERMONT WATCHMAN & S1A1E JOUR1NAJL,, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 1899. IHARCH Paine's Celery Compound the Best Spring Medicine in the World. Snring finds ovcrybody 111010 or lces " nuvdown." " Spring lassitudc " is not an emnty pltinso. It ia not n mipcrstition or n vorn out sayiny, but n strictly scicntillc fnet. l'rmlcnt people all ovor tho country npprccintc thc fuct tliat in tho jBpiing (hc licaltli is moro uiuler cv.ory ono's control tlian at nny othor timc aii (1, wliotliev sick or woll Thcy iu'o tnking lulvnntngc of the inarvclous invigorating powcr of rainc's celery eoinpouiul. On ovory hantl thore avo Barsaparillas, uor vincs aml tonics, but tliey lo nofctouch tho edgo of tlioreal trouble ncrvous lebility. When sueli roincdies huvc bccn triod and proved valueloss, Paine's cilury compound lias surpriscd nnd deliglitcd by its wondciful lasting lcsults. Nnttue, tlio kiudest and gcntlcst of nurses, is disposcd, during thesc fipnng dayy, to pnt tlie blood and nerves in u liealthy comlition and no rcinedy so ably feeconds hor cHbils as l'aine's celery compound. This best of all spring remedies is making peoplc woll and insunng otliers against futuro break-downB. As soon as spring sets in it is now tho soason overybody has moro 'Williamstown. JTorost Soaver Is mucli improved ln hoalth ol late. Alden P. Martln has boou (julto stck ot late, with tho grlp, A clillil, tho bixlli, was recently botn to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lasell. K L, Watson has boun conllned to tho bo.l for a few wooks past by ill health. Ilonry Niiou has moved to the house lio has recoutly traded for lu our village. Mlss Metta Cuinmings was the guest ot Goorge W. Iirush's famlly over last Bunday. Henry Downs' haud has recorerodso that lio ls back again this week in J. K. Lyndo's store. Rev. P. P. Womorwas in New York State last Sunday. He retumed Monday after noon. Mlss Laura L. Ropes of Moutpelier was the cuesc of Mrs. J. K. Lynde over last Sunilay. Tho TJnlversalist ladies will hold a sugar eociable at tho town hall noxt Monday I evening. Lewis M. Seaver is here from New York clty for a few days, looklng atter his farm ing lnterests. The dramatlo club will agaln repeat their play for the benuflt of the band on Friday evenlng, next. Will Grearson of the Groarson-Beckett Granlte Oompany has been quite xnisorable with cold of late. Mrs. Henry Wosd aud Miss Bello Hlb- uard will teach iu the vlllaga school again, the comiug Beaaon. There has been dlfflculty ot late getting asupplyof granlte froin the quarrles here, as well as at Barre city. Mlss Amlo Walbridge, daughter of Janies II. Walbrldge, will teach in the Adnoy Dowm dlatrlct the comlug season. The band gave a pronienade concert and maple sugar sociablo at the town hall on Saturday uvoning that was quite well pat ronized. Carl J. Bonedlct and his two little chll dren, now of Burlington, wero with his par euts, Mr. and Mrs. Gharles It. Benedlct, nver Sunday. Archie Kingsbury of Washington, who was to learn tho tradeof sharponer with the Grearsou-Beckett Qranito Compauy, only stuid here u short tlmo. JSfc Frod Winslow has ruovod to the village and occupies a teneruent iu tho house of Mrs. Uancroft. He will furnish teain for the road inachine thlB season. Carl M. Seavor, Bon of Olnoy F. Seaver, has buught out the milk route of Edson S. Martin in our vlllago. Mr. Martln will retain his butter and egg business Mrs. J. W. Flint, our popular mllliner, will have an opeuing at hor house noxt week Wednesday, April 12, day and oven ing, to which the publlc is cordially ln vited. Dr. E. E. Ladd was in town last week to cot what of his effects wero loft liore when he went away Bome weeks ago. lio is again practlctng in Warren, N. II,, whoro he Bays he has a good business. Man-tailored suits, the correct thlng in Btjlo and fabric, beautlfully tailored, is what tho ladies will nnd at tho storo of Homer Fitts, in Barre. 8oe his advertlse nient in this paper. Herman Burnham, now of St. Johnsbury, Henry Bnrnham, at preBent a resident of Enosburgh, together with their only sister, Mrs. Lucina Burnham Dexter, were pres ent at the funeral of their father, Elisba K. Burnham, last Buuday. Frank Bonedlct, Bon of the late Ezra Benedlct, now at home on a vacation from Tutt's college, has Rpoken twlce on Sunilay evenlncs to tho UnlverBallsts at South Barre, It is belleved he purpoaos to be a minlster in that denomlnatlon. Mrs. Oharles Q. Moore, who has been in Atlanta, Ga., for a few yoari past on ao count of tendency to lung trouble, has been greatly boneQted by her stay there. Sliu will como hore later for a vlsll ln the famlly of her brother, Wllliani Qrearson. Tbo son of Warren Poolo, now of Dover, III,, and who visltod here last summor has this season had anothor severe hemorrhago of the lungs and had to go home from Schenectady, N. V., whero ho had a good Bltuatlon with an electrical coupany. One of our townsmen suffering with a to bacco heart tells us that he begau the use of tobacco at the age of elevon years. Slnce he was twelve yoars old, he is now forty two, he liaa smoked and chewed. II o is paying dearly now for this luxurj(?). Mra. John Adams came home from East 'Brookfield on Saturday last and ls qulte 111, Miss Hattle Biiggs ls nurslng her, lio: daughter. MIbs Emma Adams, 1b ozpected this woek from Adrlan, Mlch., whorb uho has been vlsltlug for a few months In tho famlly of her brother, Ruv. Carlos Adams, John A. Brown of Waterbury Center dled on buuday last at the home of his son, Fred Iirown, ln our village. His body was takon to Waterbury Uonter on Tuesday for burial. Ho was nenrlv Bixty-fcoven years old, lio had been alllug for months with catarrhal troubln, but tho Immediate causo of his death was the grlp. The chlldron's Easter ozercisos at tho Uongregatlonal church last Sunday uioru lng were quito well attended and a vlsltor from abroad pronounced them tho best sho had over witnessod. Speclal Eastor musio was sung by the choir with tho asslstance of Alf . Houbo with tho cornet, and Glinton Cram with tho iluto. E. K. Burnham, a well known farmor of Williamstown dropped dead ln the high way Thursday afiernoon. Heart fallure was the causo of his sudden death. He was returntng to his home from the croamery when he fell in tho road, not far from his home. Ho was doad before any ono could reach hlra. Mr. Burnham was a respected citlzen aud had lived nearly all his ilfo in Williamstown. He was sevonty-flve years old. Funeral servlces will be held from his late home at two o'clock Sunday afternoon. Nelson Farnham, son-in-law of tho late Squire Benedlct, dled of a second shock in Northfield last woek and was buried on Friday last. Ho was for years a resident of this nlaco. llvliic in tho famlly of the late Edson Martln. Ho was a worthy membor of the Metho:list church, and his care of, and devotion to his invalld wife, for many years past, stamp him as a royal man. He leaves a wife, a son and daughter. Mrs. Farnham will now go to livo with her daughter in Braintree. Jewoller Qeorge R. Bosworth is winnlng laurelB as an amateur photographer. The St. Louis and Canadlan Photograpfier, a magazlno establlshed twenty-two years ago and publlshed in St. Louis, has, ln a late number, three reproductions of photo grapus Mr. Bosworth had taken. One of these is a view ot our gulf, anotbe) ls a vlew of tho Cuttor pond, These plctures aro called by the editors of this magazlue, getns of photography. They are Beldom equalled, aud never surpassod, ln ezecu tlou. The very sudden death of Ellsha K. Burn ham, from heart dlsease on Thursday after noon last, was a shock to tho coinmunity. Ho had been ailiDg with this trouble for somo yoars, but of late had been feeling considerably better. Ho mado his home with his son, Molvin Buruhauj, in our vll lage. On tbo day ot his death ho was around tho village, About two o'clock in the afternoon he was withln a fow steps ot his bou's house when ho fell and explred almost immedlately. He was a member of the Baptist church in Moutpelier tho church that soveral BaptistB in the place had joined after the dlssolution of the Bap tist church here some years ago. He was a worthy mau. Hia age was seventy-flve. Ho was the oldest son ot tho late Uavid Burnham, Topsham. Fred Hayward was at home from Wash ington whoro he is at work ln tho croamery, last Saturday. Miss Edlth Taplin came home for a short vacation last Tuoaday. She has been at tendlng school ln Manchester, N. II. The ladies' clrcle of the Keformed Pres- byterian church held a sociablo at Horace Raudall's, Tuesday evenlug, March 28. Nearly fifty were present and all report a flnn time. Man-tailored suits, the correct thlng ln Btylo and fabric, beautlfully tailored, ls what the ladies will flnd at the storo of Homer Fitts, in Barro. See his advortlee ment ln this paper. Tbo caao of Stato vs Elbrldge Emery was tried beforo Jnstlce E. A. Ilood ln the town hall Tuesday, March 28. The court ad journod for supper, then contlnued in tho evoning untll mldnlght. The lndlctment was for being tound drunk. Georgo L. Stowe of Chelsea was counsel for tho stato and W. V. Ilood of this town for tho de fondant. The wltnesses for the Btato were Angeline Moulton, Ada Moulton, Gharles Moulton and Frankle Moulton. The dt- fendant brought ln no wltuess. Tho de fendant was tound gullty and fined 5 and cosis with the alternative sentence of ten day in the county jall. Ho took the ten days in Jall and Thursday Shorlfr II. B. White took him to Ghelsea. Worcester. Fred Alezander has bought tho Norman Eastman place. A. E. Fast and wife of Wolcott were ln town over Sunday. Mrs. Garrlo Towno has roturned to her home in the village. A daughter was born last Wednesday to Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bruco. William Kellogg has declded not to occu py the farm ot the late Mrs. Glara Ravey. The grange mot with E, H, Stlckney March 25, it bolng tho forty-fourth annlver sary of his uiarrlage. Itev. I. T. Johnson, an evangelist, com mencod a serles of mootlngs here Tuesday evenlng, Much lntereBt ls tnanlfested. Monday afternoon Dr. Lawrence ampu tatod a finger for Arthur Emery. It is hoped thatMr. Emery ' band cau bo saved wllhout turther Berlous trouble. The revlval meetlngB undor the loader shlp of Khv. I, T. Johnson will contiuuo througli the woek. Thore will bo Dftoruoou meetlngs Tuesday and Wednesday. Tho funeral servlce ot Mrs. Kanulo Kel ley was held at her home last Friday after doou. Itev. P. II. Garponter ofllclated. Bhe famlly have the sympathy of their tnauy friends in the death of their inother, Bhe was a member of tho Methodlst church. APRIL, or loss a fecling of langour ; thorc Is diininishcd appctito, disturbcd glccp, less buoyancy of spirit and lcss dispositlon to oxciciso ; somo pcoplo aro so indisposcd tliat tlioy liave to keop "in tho house a'ud numbcrs tako to their beds. The irritability of tcmpcr, tho peovishncss, drowsiness, and uncasi ness that comcs in spring, shows tbat tho ncrves and brain aro tho chief suderore. NervouBiioss, that so ofton appcars at this soason, insorts thc thin edgo of thc wedgo that opcns thc way for a long list of maladics. If you nre ovcr-worked, baggard from slcoplcss nights, nervotis and unhappy, do not givo wny to drcad and dcprcssion compound. It is tho ono fair testof this wondorful romedy to try it. Now spring has comc, tho tired fcoling and ' ' out of sorts " condition aro to wirn ono that thc blood is impuroand thc nervcs "ntn-down." Paine's celery compound assists naturc at this critical time. It supplies a scientific nervofood. Takon now, it will cnablo tho borty to throw ofT hcadachcs, rhcumatism, and ailonients akin to ncrvousncss. It will swccp out ovory impurity from tho blood, and will nourisb tho ncrves and brain. It is tbo most cll'cctivc, accurato spring rcinedy ovcr formulatcd. Waterbury. B. E. Wallaco retumed from markot last Friday. DanJones visltod at his homo iu Moro town over Sunday. D. 0. Turner vlslted his wife at the hos pltal in Burlington, last Fiiday. B. E. Wallaco is in Beston this woek se lectlng goods for tho spring trade. W, E. Buzzell moved to the Carponter house on Malu street, last Friday. Tho snow is fast disappearlng and wagooB are now ln use around the village. M. F. Stranahan has moved from tho Carpenter house to that of Mrs. Calkins Itev. 1j H. Elllot will preach ae the Methodlst church nezt Sunday morniug. F. W. Powers has a now horso on his delivery team, purchased of S. M. Eddy. Edward Farrar and James Hattlo were Bummonod to Myntpeller as wltnesos ln county court a couple ot days last week. F. H. Somervllle of Lawreucevllle, N. J., Is vlsltlng at the home of his aunt, Mrs. L. 8. Watts. Miss IVarl Randall ia at home durlng a short vacation from her studies in Welles ley college. Ed, Qrout has engaged in the coal busi neas.to bo run in conuojtlou with his truck ing business. F. J. Shephord, son and Uharlos Bartlntt retumed to tholr homes in Derry, N. II., last Saturday. Dr. Hutchluson, the new superintendent at the asyluai, arrived with his famlly, Monday evenlng. Dr. Bidwell has moved from Waitsfield lnto the O. W. Ghesley house recently own ed by Mr. Eddy. F. L. Enlght and wife left Monday noon for New York whero Mr, Knight ls to pur chase now spring goods. William P. Bntler, who has been a guest at Dr. JanoB1 for aovoral days, loft for his home in Boston Monday. Miss Mattio Parker, who was called here by the death ot her Bister, retumed to her dutles in Boston Monday, Fred Leaxe has greatly improved the in terior of O. E. Scott's Jewelry store by the appllcation of tresh patnt. Tlio serles ot meetlngs held at the Con cregational chnrch this woHk closo thla evenlug. Good attendance aud a deep inter-, eat was manlfested. Tho Young People's Ltterary Glub will hold a poverty sucial at tho Methodlst church WednoBday oveninc, See their printed bills. and be governed accordingly aa to costume and conduct. The ladies of the Misslonary Soclety of the Congregatlonal church will glve a mis slonary toa at tho parsonago Wednesday afternoon from threo to balf past tlva o'clock. Iutorostiug program with musical snloctlouB. Thank offerlng for work among Indlaus, Negroos and Mountatn Whites. All are invlted. The Philomathians will meet nezt Friday afternoon at Mrs. Ladd's home. Program: SayingB of Beumln Franklin; secretary's report, Mlss Moody; journallst'a report, Mrs. Drew; paper, "The Development of Electriclty, Mrs. Warren; paper, "Lifoof Thotnas A. Edison;" paper, "The Uses of Electriclty," Mrs. Ladd. The closing entertainmont in the Phllo mathian lecture courso will be at tho opera house Friday evenlng, Aprll 21. A fine va ried program will be presented by Miss El la M. Gtiambnrlin, the orlglnal whlstling aolotst, MIbs Ellen Bara Gornell, sonrano soloist, and Mr. Gharles Williams, the re nowned humorlst and impersonator. Orvllle Sherman of Duxbury was arrest ed last Friday by Deputy Sherift Gooley for cruolty to anlmals by drlvinga horse on which eevoral sores were vialble. Sberman gettlng wind of the troublo brewing tried to skip with th- team but waa caught near tuo uepot anu orougut beiore Justlce Burlelgh who released htm on ball untll Tuesday when he appeared lu court and stood a jury trlal belng acquitted. Easter servlces at the Congregatlonal church.both mornlng and ovenlng.were well attended and of deep intereat. In the even lng the Endeavor Society aaslsted, Mrs. Ladd givlng a very interestiog descrlptlon of EaBter-day in Turkey. The dosk and platform were beautlfully decoratod with fiowera aud the cholr gave many cholce se lectlons which wore greatly enjoyed. Mra. M. L. Wells has retlred from the mllllnery business, havlug sold out to MIbs E. L. Davls of Boston, who has alroady lo cated here. Tho many frtends ot Mrs. Wells will regrot the nocosslty for this obange, but rejoice that she has declded to be relleved of so groat a care, Mlss Garrle WoIIb remains ln tho business with Mlss Davls aa trimmer. The aprlng openlng of now tnllllnory will bo Thursday and Friday ot this week. I'utnamsvlllo. Mrs. 0. G. Putuam was in Northfield ovor Bunday. G. Arthur Brown of South Lancaster, Mass,, viBlted his brother, Ralph, last week. 1 II. J. Euau has IIiiIhIihiI aawing clapboards and has gono to hla homo in Middlesex village. Ralph W. Put nam and Italph 0. Browu havo bought uwen-s "no ssmuw Jiuunent anu intend to place it on tho mnrket, ; Frank E, Heath Isslck with tho grlp. MAY boforo you havo tricd Paino's celery I'laliitleld. Mrs. Glinton Cutler contlnuos to fail in health. Mlsa Hartig ls out of town at work tor a few woeks. Mrs. H. O Klaer roturned to Montpelier on ThurBday. Vlotor Reed of Bethel vlslted friends in town last weok. Mrs. N. D. Austin has moved hor houae hold ttfTKCtsto llarro. Mrs. Russell of Essex Junction ls at her father'x, LumiB Gilman's. W. W. Pitkln carrod a load of potatoes last week as dld John Ryan. Easter ezerclses are in preparation at both churches for next Sunday. A. E Batchelder of llarro was in town on Thursday aB was Alonzo Blayton. Several from here attended tho funeral of George II. Dix at Barre on Sunday. Frank Bedolr went Tuesday to Lynn, Mass., whero he is to make his home. The Odd Fellows worked the fi st degree on Dr. R. Willard last Monday evenlng. 0. A. Foss ezpects to go lo Waterbury about Marcb 15, as clerk in the post ofllce. Cottsg prajor-meetlngs wore held at Deacou Gales' aud Martin Pike's on Wed nesday. Mr, and Mrs. Allen Moore and son of Montpelier visltod relatives in town over Sunday. Harry Martin, who has been very sick with pneumonla is so far recovered as to be considered out of dauger. Rev. Dr. A. L. Cooper aaslsted at a church hlatory soclal lu tho Methodlat church at Moutpelier Wednosday evenlng, The famlly of Mr. Holmes recently of WorceBter, was admtttcd lnto membership at tbo Methodlst church last Sunday. There are stlll many auzioua little dog gies who trot up to the door of the town clerk's ofllce and turn de Jectedly away. Mrs. Mary Perkins, recently of Williams town, has moved her houHeliold furnlture lnto the Ira Page house. Waldo Perkins, her son, has moved his famlly to Mra. Andrew Parker's. Lotiie Martin, daughtor of Lee Martln, ln comlug to tho village 8aturday was thrown from the sleigh near the Pago brldge. Tho horse ran to tho village. Fortunatoly no uamage was uono. Man-tailored suits, the correct thlng in style and fabric, beautlfully tailored, ls what the ladies will llnd at the store of Homer Fitts, in Barre. See hla advertlse ment in this paper, G. D. Kldder has dlscovered a new pro cbhs for Iluhting tlres which be purposrd to putent. Owitig to a clatm tlled by G. D. Sauborn against him for the fluld employed he has decldoil not to do so, but will toll any one the secret if asked. Goorge Dix, who has been ill a short time with pueumonla, ls very low. A council of physicians have declded that blood poison has developed. Mr. Dix was favorably known as citlzen of this coinmunity from which he recoutly moved to Barro. A Gard We, tho nnderslgned, do here by agroi to refund the money on a CO-cent biittle of Greoue's Warranted Syrup ot Tar if it falls to curo your cough or cold. We alao guarantee a 25-cent bottle to provo sat isfactory or money refunded. F. T. Carr, East Montpelier, E. W. Gilman, Marshfield, E. F. Lavltt, Plainfield, A. Bllss, Sodom. Roxbury. Martln Kendall of Lebanon, N.H., was in town last week. It ia expected that there will be no achool lu tho Orane dlstrictnext term, Mrs. W, O. Oarpenter went to Boston on Mouday to Belect her spring mllllnery. Mrs. Ella Doty went last week to Calais to Bpend the sugar season with relatives. Gllbert Spauldlng was ln Sharon on Fri day to soo his nieco who is ln faillng health. The Easter concert Sunday evenlng was qulte largely attended and was much en joyed by those present. Jaok Loveland will not movo to the Bhepard farm aa was expected, but will movo his family to Northfield. Mlss Anna Woodward ot Braintree has beeu engaged to teach the village Bchool. Miss Hurrtotta Glark of Moretown the ono at the Flats and Mlss Ilannah Hanlon tho one on the Warren road. Tho Good Teniplars ln this place will colebrate tholr tuirtieth annlvorsary noxt Monday ovouing ln tho Gongregational church, It is expected a Bpeaker will be present and there will also bo recltationa and musical selectlona by tho metnbers ot the order. It ia hoped that a goodly num ber may be present. About slxty friends aud noighbors of Mr. aud Mrs. Leo Wlley called on them Wodnes day evoning to celebratu the twenty-tltth anntversary ot their marrlage. Many glfta wero recelved. Durlng tho ovonlm? MIbs Maud Glark saug soveral aolectlous ln her usuul pli'aaltic maunor aud a tioem was read by Miss Ilortha Averill of Warren, a nieco ot Mr. anu wra. wuey, Keireslitneuts were served nnd a ploasuut tlmo was en joyed by all presout. Hyogato. The town clerk reglsterod tho slxty-fourth pup last Saturday, T. A. Meador was ln Mclndoos and Bar net last Monday on busluess. Tho coons are ottt. W. J, Wbltohlll shot a vory lnrgo ouo last Tuosilay. Uncle John Mlllor ls qulto poorly this spring, from tho eflocts of tho grlp and oth or cauees, A. E. Lowe ls very sick, Thoro does not seom to be much change for tho better ln hia condition, Ilobortson Symoa of Boston is In town vlsltlng with his slsterJJennotto, and othor friends and relatives. G. G. Nolson wrttos from Nobraska that thoro Is far moro snow in that eectlon, ond it has been conBldored a vory sovero wlnter thero. John Glbson, a long tlmo rosldent of tho Gorner, ls very pnorlv from old age, at the homo of his aon, M. II. Glbson, at East Rye gate. Rev. Frank A. Golllns proached for Rev, John J. Hall at South Ryecato last Sunday mornlng, Tho sorvlces here wero a haff hour later, Mlssos Carrlo and Lllllan Morrlaon came homo from Northfield. Mass.. und NW York last Saturday afternoon to spend a suori vacation wun tneir parenta anu inenua Miss Ethol V, Morrlson has returnod from Franconia whero she has fiulslied teachlng a successful termln a large graded bciiooi, uaving ooen ausent sinco last Uop. tombor. The manv friends of F. W. Whltohlll nro pleased to kuow that he has resumed his former nosltion as sunerlntendent of tho Sunday-Bchool ln the Reformeil Presbyte- run cuurcti, uaving noni tuu omce lor moro than ten yeara, oxcopting last year when he uecuneu to serve, owing to otuor uutles. D. M. Gorllas roturned from Boston last week with a pair of horses wolghing 3,200 pounui, to no useu wun uio roau macnino the comtng Beasou. With two years of ao tlvo aorvlce as road commlssioner alreadv. we may feel assured that our roads will be ln flrst class condition with tho good team anu wiue awaKo nolp tliat Is always em ployed by Mr. Gorliss. South Ryegate. Schools begln tbroughout tho town noxt Alonuay. James Johnson haa sold his farm to Rob- ert Lackie F. J. Tewksbury oxpects to go to Boston soon wun somo vaiuauie iiorses Tbnd Groy moves lnto Mtb. McDonald's tenement vacatou by Josopu Bedau. Thomns Balley has sold his farm to Jo- spph McGlary. Both parties glve posses- sion tJiis montu Dr. Georgo W. Darllng haa beon confinod to his houae for a week past by illness cauBeu Dy ovorworK. Rev. J. J. Hall went to Provldonce, R. I.. last aaturuay, to preacn aunilav. tlev, Frank Gollius of Ryegate Gorner, occupled uia puipu Rov. S. A. Jackson went to Philadelphia last Monday. Ho will bn abaont for a woek or ten days. Ilia pulplt will be vacant nezt aunuay. William Farquharsou takes B. L. Terry'a place ln Terry & George's storo. B. L. Terry goes on to tho Boston & Lowell rall road again this season. The outlook for the granlto buBiness the comlng Beaaon Is good. At the Ryegate Granlte Works they are running nlght and day, an elght hour shltt with siz men, on a large vault job. Calais. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Kent have been at their homo ln town the past woek. T. R. Eent ls at home from Tuft's college on a short vacation. Arrangements are belng inade for puttlng in a separating sta tlon at North Calais ln the near futuro. The average receipta ot milk at the atation at Eent's Gorner at the present ls about seveuty-tivo hundred pounda overy otber day. At a recent mee ing ot Stow post, G. A. It., reBolulionB were adopted aud a petltion was drawn tj pres ent. to tho seloclmen requesting them not to draw tho order ot S25 voted by the town for Memorial Day ezpenses. The reason for this actlon is doubt in regard to the le gality of the way the voto was taken. Tho post did not caro to accept aid after tho aentimonta that were ezpressed at tho towo meetlng. East Calais. 0. J. Ainsworth of Gardner, Mass., is vlo itlng his slater, Mrs. George O. Pierce, aud waiting for BUgaring. Will Hall moved laat week to Berlin. Harrison Mai'k of Hardwick moved into the tenement vacuied by Hall. Alma Loonard has moved out of tho tene ment in Guy Bancroft's house and will storo her goods for the present untll she finds rooms. At tho Eaater service on Sunday tho an thems used by tbe cholr wero tho composi tlon of Miss Grace Bllt-s, wbo haa turnlshed so many of the selectlonB used by the oholr durlng the past year. Mlss Bllss haB takon up this work wlthout auy special study ln composltion, and shows declded talent in her productions which are thoroughly en joyed by all tuuslc lovers who are permltted to llsten to them. Brookfield. Brookfield croamery is running ovory day from April 1. Fred Hayes has moved his famlly to tho Frank Tracy farm. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Follansboe vislted ln Northfield last Baturday. Blodgett Brothers' goods were invoiced last week by Mr. Boll of Randolph. Mrs. Faunie Fullam and son Jamos havo gono to Bridgeport, Conn., to vlalt relatives and friends. Seventy-flvo attended the Good Templars sociablo at Unlon hall last Thursday ovou ing. Pop oorn and candy were served. Mrs. Inez Darkee, who haa beon sponding tho wlnter ln Williamstown with her broth er, Will Ktbbee, and Mrs, Herbert Glark of North Randolph called on friends here the last ot the week. East Brookfield. J. W. Parmenter took possesslon of tho store at Brookfield Aprll 1. 0. N. Harringtou ot Gaysville ls vlsltlng his son Elwin. J. D. Sutton has moved hia famlly from John Clark's to tho Elrner Amidon tenemont at Brookfield. Gustavo Rutz has hlrod out to A. D. Reed for the Beaaon. He commenced work tbo last of March. 1 J. M. Angell and Bis ter Sadio vlsited their parenta in Gaysville the first of tbo week. Ed Gampbell and wife niovod to Randolph Mouday whoro Mr. Gampbell has work in a furnl ture shnp. A daughter was born March 30 to Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Trask. North Duxbury. Mrs. 0. W. Ilills is gaining slowly. Peter Kellett of Bolton has bought tlio old Burko placo, moviiig there last Saturday. Russell Davia is ill. . Riohard Burke was in Jonesville buying potntoes to car last week . T. J- O'Urien, who has been visiting relatives in Massachusottshas returned. Mr. and Mrs. J A. Durkee visited rel atives in North Fayston a portion of last week. G. A. Conant has moved to Duxbury Corner wliore he is to work for E. W lluntloy. II, E. Baldwin cut his leg juat above tho kneo ijuito severely with an ax one day last week. May Russ went to Jones ville laat Monday whore she has a position in a factory. West Corlntli. Mrs. Mira Day 1b at her former home car lng for her mother who Ia qulte 111, LoUer Dlako of Orford npeut laat Sunday with hia parenta, Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Blako, Little Ilina ICunhall roceived a vlalt last Sunday from her slater, who llves at lllram Dlcklnson's. Bluieon Blanchard ot East Barro vislted horo among relatives aud old uelghKiS n few dayB recently. Washington. Frod Orilvnv nml fnmlltf nf Tt.irrn vinited hla fathor, Boyal Ordway, laat Baturday. Mlss Maud Mnodv wni nt. hnino from her work ln Oratigo ovor Sunday. Mlss Nellln Tlllntann nf Tnnslinm ls vls ltlng frlonds Iu town for a fow days. Miss Olairo Garnnnt.Hr tmn rnturnnd to Montpollor to rosumo toachlng ln the Unlon school. George Roberts of Roxbury and Luolnn Slack of Northfield havo been vlsltlng at 0. L. Slack's. Tho Boclal danoi at tho town hall last Friday evoning was woll attended and all onjoyed a good tlmo. Rudolph Butlor, Mrs. F. 0. Huntington and her son Ilarold havo boen vlsltlng friends at East Corinth. Don Brown has flnlshod work for C. L. Slack at tho stono shed and has gono to Barre whero he has secured work. Downing & Clough have sold their route, meat cart, tools, eto., to Huntington & Eastman and havo diBsolved partnershlp. At tho meetlng of tho school dlroctors M W. Chatnberlln wus eleoted chalrmau and D. E. Worthloy clerk. Mra. 8. E Garpen ter was olected superlutendobt ot schools lor tno comtng yoar. On a recont vlslt to Calais and Walden A W. Hoyt securod a pair ot Llght Bramah cnicKS wnose combineu welgnt ls twenty three pounda. Their names are "Admlra Dewoy" aud "Phlliplna Belle." J. J. Dyshwar with ono pair of horses drow 1.C80 feet of ttnsoasoned hard wood plank from C. W. Hunt ngton's mill to the tactnry oi tno unlteil Htates uiotuea rin uompany at Montpelier last FrlUay. Josoph Lavey has flnlshed work at tho D. M. Mlles fatm and haa moved to Barre whero ho will continue to work for Mr. Mllea at the coal sheds. George Emersou oi orange is to tako his piuco at tho farm, Tho town of Washington having elected tho selectmen for overBeer of the noor and as they are all bachelors it is expected thero will be s great call for help from tho female portion oi tno commuulty especlally from inoae wuuare unmarrieu. South Woodbury. Tho drama entltlod "The Snv of Gottvs burg," glvon by tho Good 'i'emplara laat week, notwlthstandlng tho bad roads, was a success. Tho lodgo will bbvo about 831 asnio irom all cxpenses. is. U. Wells has sold his mill to Willis Laird of Calais. E. G. Wells has hlrod a house at Moutpelier and has moved hla famlly there. 1 i-iewis utrong nas moveu to Ualals B. W. Wheelor ls to movo into his house, Jack Gravlln has moved to Barre The Ladies' Aid will hold a conun drum toa in the church veBtry WednesdHy evening, Apru iu- a suori programme wiu be arranceu. Alolllo 1'rav liad a bail spell with hor heart last Saturday but is uettor. West norlln. Mra. 0. A. Stlckney was called to Mont pelier Alonuay by tlio slckneBsof her ilaugh ter. Mrs. G. A. Atherlon. Milton Gllnes was quite eoriously hurt in tbe woods laat week by a tree falllng on him. 1 Rumor says a bulldlng ia going up in wesi obriui ior a sioro, iiatoer snoi anu pool room. The next needed ia police and a lockup. New Organs were put ln for Mra. Gharles Leonard, Jr., and Mr. Gaul laat woek. Miaa Eva Freeman w 11 havo tbe achool in district No. 8 agaln this year. Dana Colby ls llviug ln tho Gleason house. Freashotto haa finlah ed with Brown and movod on to his farm. Witli One Voice. Moutiiclier Peoplc IVlio Have Investi (jnted Aro a Uult on the Subject. The voice of the people Is heard all over the land. Trumpet notes of truth Soundud from East to West. Montpelier has joined the tliroug. Many a eitizen lifts his voice in praise. Enthusiastic people cverywhero. liacka relieved of lieavy uurdens. Nights of suilering, days of niisery, Iiecomo nights of reat and days of joy. It's the conatant w orkiiigs of Doan's Kidney IMIs. Are these reports all true? Ask a neighbor who knows. Ilere's a Montpelier citizen, ask him. Read what he says: Mr. Fred Dodge, living on the Worcester Brancli, says: "When I was a young man I strained my back lifting and it was weak ever after. My kidneys troubled mo a great deal, and as time wore on they continued to grow worse. They ached so badly at times that I was unable to to do any work and I had to be very careful in lifting to prevent sharp pains and twinge8 in my loins from occurring. I tried plasters and liniments, but they did me no permaiient good. In the wilder of '97 I had a bad spell and hnd to get some one to do my work. I saw Doan's Kidney Tills advertiaed, and making up my niind to try them I got a box at Lester II. Greene's Drug Store. After uting ouo box I felt so much better that I got two more, and they compleiely relieved mo. It was the first time in years that I felt no pain acroas my kidneys. I can reconnuend Doan's Kidney Pills in good faitli and will al ways speak a good word for them." Doan's Kidney Pills are for sale by all deal ers; price 50 cents a box. Mailed on receipt of price hy Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y., Bole ngents for the U, S. Remember tho namo Donn's and tako no othcr. WaltsUeld. Rollo Mehuron spent Bnnday at home. Charlea Ferris is at work ln Waterbury. Mr. McCarty has some fine horsea for sale. Ruth Parker is vory 111 with pnoamonia. Mr. Olay is very proud of his fine drivlng mare. Dr. Bidwell has moved his goods to Wa terbury. William Falmer was in Montpelier last Saturday. Mlss Minnte Maxwoll ls to teach the Iras vlllo school. Rlchard Browu has purchased a new team of oxen, Mlss Goss of Morotown will teach in the Waitsfield school. Dr. Bidwell and famlly movod to Water bury last Saturday. Mlss Clara Mehnron will open a dress making ahop ln Waitsfield aoon. Will Backus of Granville was In town, calllng on old friends laat week. E. 0, l'orsona has moved to tho houso he recently bought ot William Falnier. An illustrated Isong servlce was given in the Methodlst church on Sunday evenlng. Mlss Hattle Mehuron Ia enjoylng a week at homo, She returna to her school next week, A very enjoyable Easter service was hold at tho Gongregational church laat Sun day evening, Gharles J, Borry and wife of Montpelier Bpont Sunday with his parents, Mr, and Mrs, L. C. Berry. Dorlo Neeland Is plannlng u trlp west, Ho will be absent fonr months visttiug frlonds, attendlng couvoutions, aud soelug slghts. A. W, Blgelow's horse. whlle belng drlven by hla nou, Chnries, tlpped the sleigh ovor near James Erwln's and took a llvoly run to Irasvllle, whoro ho was atopped. The Virtues of a Cream Separator. JuBt What a Farmor Wants. , , Stlllwnter, Ia., 1898. "We have tho De Laval 'Iltiimniiif? Illnl' crcam neparatornnd I nmsntisfiod tliat it isone of tlio bestinvefltments tliat a farmercnn make, JJirst we gave It a test and wogninedono lb. on ovory six lba. of hiiltcr. Thownsliing of crocks and cans and nll this extra work is done away with, and wo have the warm skiiii-milk tofeed to caives and pigs, on wlncli they do so much better, nnd it takcs only from ten to fifteen mlniites to cliurn. It secms n sniall chore now tochiirn Iwonldnotdo without a ninchine forwhntitcostfora great deal. I am well sntislied it is juat what a fnrnier wnnts, nnd with tlie extia butter and time and laborand expeuso it Baves ns it will casily pay for itself in one year." IIauvev II. Asit. Porfoctly Slmplo In Oporatlon. .ir i Wnrrcnshurg, Mo., Jnn. 19, 189!). ii- iiA"V0 "ow ,",e,! ,lla Ue Lval 'HmnininK llird threo yenrs and have not miased asingle n.dking n, fl.at time. Lnatyear we mnde 1,800 lba. of Imttcr. Iho maclilne is simply perfeot amlperfectly simploin operntion. Our little girl ten vears o d can opcrate it, takoitnpart nnd clean it and put it together iigain." Mns. LzitA Roop. A Vory Durablo Machlno. ,,, . , , ,, I-ceda, Mass., 1898. o have used tlie 'Alpha Bahy' No. 3 for over fonr yeara with tlie best of results; in fact wo could not get along without it, ns it s aves so much Jnbor. e can make moro butter nnd of a finer iiality than iu any othcr way. It is a great saver of ico also, aa there is only n verr ittle reqtured to keep tho crcam at an even teinnerature. It 13 a very durablo maclilne. H e have had no exptnae whalever except for oiliindbowl ring. Can see im reaaou whv if will not laat us a lifo-tinie. ' Jami.s Cijvpi- Son "Alpha-Baby" Suporlority. White 1'igeon. Mich., Dec. WM. I nm uaing an 'Alpha H.i y' No. 2 nnd tuke pleasuro in writnig of ita cxeellent qunlities. I was uaing a t ooloy creamer, but conscnted to try ii llaby last fall. The firat week I made 0 lba. moro butter than I liad the week before with the creamer and the butter was of better tiuality, imcr grain, nicer flavor. and could he kept longer witliout getting strong. Wo find a good mnrket for separator butter tho year roiind at from 22 to 2.". cts. per lb I had tried other makes of keparators, but never found nnytliing which possesaed tlie samo merit as the Alpha-Baby.' It ruiia easier, skims clean er, at dillerent temperaturea, nnd can be wash ed in no time Ifa farnier has ten cos well taken care of and a separator he will find this to be the most profitablo branch of hia buai- neS3, JOS. S. GOKTNKK. ISond for Now I 899 Cataloguc. THE DE LAVAfsEPARATOR CO. RANDOLPH & I'AAL BTS. 74 UORTTAND ST.. (JlIIUAIit). NEW YOIIK. MOSELEY & STODDARD IY1FC. CO. New England fjupervljlnij Anentt, HUTLANO, VI'. OOMHISSIONKRK' H0TI0K. IJSTATK OF JOI1N CLODGII. i lonprable l'roliate Cfurt for the l)ltrlct of Itiuj. noipn, Oommlilnf r to recalre, examlua aud allitt m.fiallf, .a.,,',,i'!en"lnd, of.a" P"om anln.t J01.IIi 0LOUU1I. late of UaiUlncton. ln tald Ulttrlct, dfceated, lierebj ilve nolice that wt nieet for the purpo of eiamlnlnir and attowlnR aid clalma at the dwellli.g houe ol A. T. Ntwinii,ln WinhlBKton. on the Hlli dar of bepti-m ber. A.I). in9.fr m a o'clock a.m. uutll n'clock v.Sf . or ald da; and tliat lx montha from thel 6th daj of March, A I. im, ia the time llmlud bj aald Ceaxt for iaU credltora to preient their clalma to na or. oiamlnatloi and allowance. ,c,l!at,,rt W aahlm toii, ihia lFth itr cl Maich, A.C 18". J. II. A 1. S. Cl0D;li,Admi. Eiplre Sept. 16, lJ' A. T. NKWMAN. l,v.. K8TATK OF JOHN SCOTT. Statk of Vermont, D1STKI0T or Wasiiikoton, ss. In Probate Court, lield at MontDeller, In and fo lald IJUtrict, on tlie 3d day of Aprll. A.I). 189. An Instruinent purportlnR to be the laat WIU ana Teatamont of JOHN SCOTT, late of lier lln, In aald Dlatrlct, deceaaed, tieluK preaented to the Court for l'rohatet It Ia ordered bj aald Court, that all peraoua coucerned tbereln be notlfled to appear atHtesilon of aald Court, to be held at the l'robate Offlce, ln aatd Montpelier, on the Jltt day of Aprll, A. 1). IM, and ahow ranae, lf any ther mar have, aKaluat the probate of aald Inatrument. for whlcli purpoau It Ia further orcered, that no tlcuot thla order be puhllahed three weeka auccea ttrcly ln tlie Vermont Wachman & Slte Journal, a nuwapaper printed at Moutpelier, In thla HUte preyloua to aald tlin appotuted for hearlng. lljlhe i.turt Atteat. M 5J 1IIKAM CAltLETON, Judge. COCIIT OF INSOT.VKNCY. STATK OK VKHMONT, Waahluston Dlatrlct, ai. In the matler of Kdcar Hunt and Ilenrv A. llabbitt. parlnera uiidfr the llrm naineof llunt and llab bitt, Inaolvent Debtora. Takenotlce, thatan adjourned thlrd meetlne of the credltor of EdRar Uuut and llenry A. Habhltt Eartnera ui.der the llrm l ame of llunt and Ilab itt. of aterbury, In aald Dlatrlct, Inaolvent debt ora.laappolnted.by the JudKe of aald Court to be held rat n Court of Inaolveucy at the l'robate Ofllce, ln Montpelier, lu aald Dlatrlct, on the 26th day of AprllA. D. lbta, at ten o'clock ln the forenoon, at whlcli tlnie and place the aaaiRueo of aald debtora' eatate will aubmlt ht account, and apply for a aeltlement of the axrae, aud for a dlacharRe from all llablllty aa auch aaslgnee to any of the aald credltora, that a dlvldeud mar be ordered. and n certlflcate of dlacharKe Krantea to aald debtora, agreeablr to the Vetinotit Matutea aud any proper objectlons to auy bualneaa at aald meetlnK 111 be ti, order. D.ited !at Montpelier, thla .1,1 day of Aprll A.I), Ib'j'l. 11IUAM CAKLETO.N.JudKO. COllItT OF INSOIVKNCY. STATK OK VKltMONT, Washington Plalrict, ia. In tlie matler of II. II, Townmucl and Oen. A. Town aend, parti.era under the tlrm namo of Townsend llrothera, Inaalyeut Debtora i Take notlce, thata thlrd lueetlugof the credltora of II. H. Townaf nu aud Ueo. A. Tonaeud,partrera under the flrm name of Townetid Hrothera. of l'lalnfleld, in aald Dlatrlct, inaolrent debt ora, Ia appnlnted by the Judge ol aald Court to be held at a Court ot Inaolveucy at tbe l'robate ;Offlco, lu Montpelier, In aald Dlatrlct, on tlie nth day of Aprll. A. I). Iav9, at ten o'clock ln the forenoon, at which time and plaee the aaalgnee of aald debtor'a eatate will aubmlt bsa account and apply for a aettlement of the aame, ani for a dtecharge from all llablllty aa auch aflslfroee W any of tho aald credltora, that a dlyldend may fc ordered and a certlflcate of dlacharge irrantea aald debtora. agreeably to theVermont atatuteas an4 any proper objcctlona toany buslueaa at aald meet lng will be ln order. Dated at Montpelier, tbla id day of Aprll. A.D. 1SS7. IUKAM CAHLKTON, Judf. 00MMI6B10!I)IU' K0T10X. KSTATK OF HJTIIKIt CI1EU Tlie nnderalgued, haTlui; been appolnted by th Honorable l'robate Court for the Dlatrlct of 'Hiih. Ington. cjmmlaalonera to recelt e, eiamlne and d iuat all clalma and demanda of all peraona agalnii tho eatate of LUTIIEII CltKK, late ot Mon'pelter. ln aald Dlatrlct, deceaaed, aud all clalma eihlblted ln ottaet thereto.hereby Rlye notlce that wewlll meet for the pnrpoaea aforeaald at the M ntpellr Sartnga HankA Truat Co., m the clty of Montpelier, In aald Dlatrlct.on the SOth day of April and 21 Ii day of Augatt next, from IU o'clock a. m. untll 4 o'clock r.w., ecb of aaid dayi, aud that ali montha from tte Uhday of March. A. D. 181-9. Ia the ttme llmtted by tal4 Court for aald credlton to present tbelr cUftua to ua for examlnatton anr allowance. Dated at Montpelier, this lh day of Aprll, lutpeller. this lh day of Aprll A1.IIKHT W. FKKUIN. 1 n" l4i South Corinth. Mr. and Mrs. V. G Young and thrt e aous wero with the pareniB o( Mrs, Young Satur day aud Sunday. Miss Nelia San born is at home (rom her cchool a Water bury for a two weeks' vacation. An ulo llichardson has tltilshed her work at A, L. l'arker'a, Heury Huntington and latnlly havo movt'd Irom Newbuiy to tholr larai here, : D. O. S. Atktns has lost two cow8 recently and J, L. Avery au ox tra nicH Duich c.ill. Mr. and Mra. II C. Wjiuan Irom Harrtt are at. A. I, l'ark ct'sfiir a few dayh Mrs. 8, D. Hngheo und thrtm cblldri'J" from Uoiicord, X II , are at Mr. 1'arkar's for hoiiio now augar if wn are so foritinatn as to m ike any.