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VERMONT WATCITMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY MATICII 12 1902.
5 BARRE. JiOMER. FITTS BARRE Final reduction in WINTER GARMENTS A few Ladies' Coats that were SIO, SI2.50 and $15, each to closeat Ladie's 42 inch Coats and Win ter Raglans at half price. CAPE5. i lot of Golf and Kersey Capes that Were $10 tO $15. Your choice of the lot ONLY $7.50 Homer Fitts, 166 North Main St., Barre, Vermont. THE PEOPLE'S PAPER, AND VARfUSSH CO., Carry the Largest and most Complete Hne of up-to-date Paper Hangings in Central Ver mont. Also a fine Hne of Room flouldings, Varnishes, Shellacs, etc. YOU WANT SOMETHING IN OUR LINE. WE WANT YOUR PATRONAGE & flake the selection of your Wall Paper, Varnish, etc, a matter of business. INVESTIGATE ! Compare our Goods and prices with tliose of otlier dealers. Then buy where it will be for YOUR INTEREST. Remember we are headquarters for first class Painters and Paper Hangers- C. A. HEATH, Prop'r. 169 Washington St., TELEPHONE NO. 155-3. Ul -i to O U. to u o z o m w ui 2 to m o H 2 FARMS WANTED CHANGES WANTED REAL ESTATE OF ALL KINDS WANTED. rJSV"e nave a large list of cash buyers who will pay cash for farms if price and location suits. "We have a great demand for river farms near Barre and Montpelier and other cities. Our advertising reaches thousands daily. We receive big mails daily of inquiries regarding our many advertise ments. We are preparing our spring catalog and want your property. You must not delay if you want to sell anything in real estate. HOTEL FOR SALE Located in one of our busy towris on the line of the Central Vermont Kailroad. An excellent business for man and wife. Livery stable con nccted. This proporty includes everything neccs sary to operate a livery business and hotcl. We also have a blaclcsmith's shop for sale in a hustling town. to UL Ul A RIVER FARM Which owner would like to trade for property Montpelier or Barre. Let us hear from you. m D, A. PERRY REAL ESTATE AGENCY Barre. Vt. to o to r m m o 2 to m r r - O c c to 2 m to to BROOKFIELD. Ilcnry Colt wciit last wcck tn Winstod, Coiiii.,to visit his son, Dnn, nnd fntnily. Dr. Carlos S!mw of Northfield was In town last Wednesday. J. V. L'nrmcnter lins beon cjnilo indts posed tlio pnst fow days. Mrs. C. II, Kihhco lias been cntcrtniu ing liur sistcr, Mrs. Mnrslml Gaylord, tho past wcck. Hon, Cass'us l'cck of Burlington was in town two dnjs lust wcck.- Mrs. Nnnoy Abbott lms gono to Proc tor to sjiend sovoral wcoks witli her son Prof. VV. P. Abbott. Last Satnrday a man camo from Boston to sot np tlio gasolcno cngino, rcccntly purch 8UU by Gcorgo Crano. Mrs. Abcrcrombio's motlicr, Mrs. 13, liarncs, lms bccn nuito ill for sovoral days, conllncd to licr bcd with a sovcro cold. Lowis Panton is carinjr for tlio business aronnd tlio liotel during Mr. Nyo's sick- ncss. Tlio aiinual clmrch and society mccting of tlio Sccond Congrcgational clmrch will uo iiulu on ucdnesdny, Marcli VJ, at onn o'clock in tlio vcstry of tlio clmrch. J. J. Nyo has bccn sick in bcd for sovcral days with chickcn-pox. Two childrcn of Ula Spraguo aro sick with the samo discasc. Tlio town librarv mcotiiii; last Wcdnes- day was well attcndcd. Tlio bids on books amoimtcu to Sl.i.lU. Uno riglit was sold. Tlio Christian Endcavor Society of the First clmrch will havo a sociablo and one half pciitnd salc at Mr. Dlair's nt tho Lciucrnoxt t rulay cvoning. Mr. Cobnrn, who has bccn sick sovoral montlis with a soro lcg, has gono to tho Mary Fletcher Hospital in Burlington for trcatnicnt. Artlmr Washlmrn has bought tho Alton Kenyon farni, formcrly ktiown as tho .Uciiry Parker farm, with stock and tools. Ho takcs possession March 2. WATERBURY. .Tamcs Hnttio lias purchascd of .Tolin Parkor tho vacant lot adjoining tlio Parker block nnd is to oroct a two story briok building thoro this spring, wlucli lio is to uso as a uiacKsmun shop. Tho funor.il of Mrs. S. Moulton, widow of tho lato Calvin Moulton, was liold from tho houso last Thnrs- day afornoon. Sovoral of tho noigliors of Mr. nnd Mrs. William Atherton gathored nt thoir liomo last Friday ovemiig and gnvo thfm a surpriso party, tho oveut . boing tlio flfth aimivorsary of thoir marriago. 1 Mrs. 1'rcd siicparason nuu JNina, nor , daughter, of Riohraond, woro tlio guests of Mrs. Thoruas Farroll last weok. I Robort Knowlos has finishcd work at tlio Boyco fumituro storo and gono to Burlington, wlicro Mrs. miowies is , undor mcdical trcaraont. I Tho funoral of tho little child of Mr. and Mrs. Jolin Dcal was held last Wednesday, Rov. F. B. Kollogg offlciating. Tho sprinc torm of sohool will bo longthonod by a weok this year to mako up for tlio weok rccontly lost. Mrs. Frank Farnsworth dicd from the offccts of a shock, at hor homo in Duxbury last Wednesday, aftor au ill ncss of a fow weoks. Tho funoral was liold from tho houso on Friday. Miss Pcarl Raudall has roturedfrom hor wostern trip bccauso of the ill- noss of hor mother. E. J. Ennis has moved his family from Montpelier to this villago and rentod tho tonemeiit ovor tho storo of J. II. Haincs. E. E. Evans was off duty last woek bccauso of tho illness of Mrs. Evans. Miss McCallum, desiguor for tho Truo Manufacturing Company, has beon in Boston for n weok studying tho latost desicns iu wrapners. Thir- ty ono-machines aro boing placed in tho factory making sixty-flvo iu all, which will furiiish work for sovonty- i spring shipmonts. Mr. nnd Mrs. L. J. Elliott havo rontod thoir farm to W. A. Elliott, thoir son, beauso. of poor health. I A spooial meoting of Dillingham grango will bo liola noxt baturaay ovemng, wlien an mtorosting aeoato will bo liom ou tlio nuestion : uo- . solved, that it is botter for boys to do indoor work and girls outdoor work." Tho afllrmativo will bo takon by Mrs. Josio Athortoii aud tho nogativo by Robort Hazoltino. i James Kcofo of Grand Island, Nob., I Mrs. G. G. Bonnott of Olncago, and , Mr. and Mrs. Frank Labollo of Essox Junctiou aro guests of David Kcofo, I thoir unclo. Thu Darishoners of St. Androw's clmrch aro to givo an intercsting litcrary and mu sical ciitertaiumeiit on tho evcniug of St. ' latrick's JJay. WASHINGTON. EAST CALAIS. Mrs. W. E. BHss has hcon in Mont polior tho past weok, holping caro for hor nnnt, Mrs. Susan Shumway. Asa Dutton wcnt to Boston tho first of tho weok on business conncctcd with tho cstato of Gcorgo Sumnor. Lowis Strong has movcd from tho Dutton placo baok to his homo in South Woodbury. J. B. Thornton has hircd tho Dntton placo. William Ohapln, a formor rosidcnt of this town, dicd in Plainfield lust Thursday and tho body was bronght to our ccmotory for bnrial, on Saturday. Frod Olark has boon in a critical condition sinco March 2. Ho was strioken with paralysis, rcmaining unconsoious untfl Tuosday, whon ho catno out from that only to bo takon with convnlslons, Most of tho timo sinco ho has beon dolirious. EAST WARREN. Ira Downing from Starksboro, spont tho past wcck with his brothcr, at E. II. Elliott's. Lottio Estcy, whohas been quito sick wttli pnctinioiiia, is convalcscing. Gcorgo Lang of Barton, is at F. VV. Slayton's. Arthhr Lamb goes to Randolph this week wlicro ho has cmployment for a ycar. Tho following officcrs wcro clected at town mccting: moderator, 0. M. Joncs; clork, E. A. Heath ; sclectmcn, N. N. Kobinson, A. A. Fnller, Ezra Kingsbury, constablo, E M. Turnor; trcasuror, E. A. Hcath; road commissioncr, Bcrt Millcr; ovcrsecr of poor, Plmy Parker: town agcnt, llorac.o Lyford; sohool dircctor, Henry Ilartshorn; auditors, J. L. Spaul ding, E. M. Turner, Mr. Tittis. Votcd to havo nolimior agcnt. WAlTS RIVER, Frauk Milcs is conllncd to tho houso by a sovcro cold. I Tho roads werc impassablo a fow days ; last wcek on aceount of tho lloods, Two mcn from Tunbridge woro in town ' on Friday buying cattlo. Warren Currier is sohool director for this part of tho town this year. All pro ! phcsy ho will mako a good ono. j Overseer of tho poor, Gilman Bagloy, ; was in town on Thursday looking after 1 tho intcrcst of the poor. WEST BERLIN. Georgo Emerson has takon possession of tho proporty of Nolson Chaso under cor tnin conditions which, if thcy arn not complicd with, Mr. Chase can regain pos session any time. Mr. Maxfield, who has hecn moving from EastJBarro sinco last January, drow tho last load of goods last week. Ladies Aid will mcct with Miss Cora Streeter Friday aftcrnoon, There is to bo a box social in tho evening and overy lady is expccted to bring a box ftill of good things to eat. Mrs. Martha Johnson waa severoly hurt by a f all last week. Our pastor gavo a talk to tho children last Suiiday. Next Sunday ho will talk to tho young peoplo. Let thero bo a goodly number out, for his talks aro very inter csting imuI hclpful. SOUTH RYEGATE. I Misscs Jean Nolson, Janio Hall and Miss Otis wcnt to Boston last Monday to spend a fow days shoppmg, sight seeing nnd visiting. Jolm Nolson movcs this week from tho . Gibson tenemont in tho Green house to M. F. Sareent's, vacatcd by William Hoar who moved to East Montpelier last weok. Thad Gray will movo to Tliotnaj Long moro's tenonieiit on Pleasant strcet April 1. ! John Frasier and wifo moved to Moro land, Va., last week. I Geonro Crow sold thrco horses last wcek and bought a pair of large ones, wcichincr 3.-100 nouuds. lio now lias six team horses hard to bcat in this scction. Tlio Ladios Aid of tho Roformcd Pres" bvtnrian clmrch will liold their monthly meotintr at A. Harvov Gibson's next Fri day aftcrnoon. Mr. Renfrow, M. H. Gibson's clork in tho Btore, left his job last weok claiming that Mr, Gibson did not do as ho agreed to do by him. Ho gocs back to his old job in liarnet witu Mr. liurbank. Georco Dunnett works in Woodsville, N. H., in tho ico business this year, Wilho Farnueharson is at work for Androw BuchaHan, farming. Mr. Ilafy moves from Dr, DarliiiB's tenemont ou Pleasant strcet to Georgo Dunnett s farm. Henrv Lindsov of Nowbury Centor, who was burned out ton days or two weok ago, moves to tlio touomeut vacated uy Hafoy on Pleasant strcet Rancy Carphnter movcs from Mulligan Allov to Thomas Kasson's tonoment ou Pleasant streot. monoj', 11. 1J. iscriuiier; tence viowers, li. AV. Marstin, Martin Bailoy, B. L. East man; town grand jurors, J. M, Scribncr, i'ollows: surveyors ot wood, H. Jack- man, W. Wilson, wholo tax 82. Lorenzo Heath and dauchtcr, Ruby, and Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Wiggins at tendcd the fuueral of Mrs. S. A. Vor- moiith in Bradford last Satnrday. Mr. and Mrs. Hcath havo thoir two grandchildren with them again for a whilo. WELLS RIVER. t 8 and 9 Gordon Block Barre, Vermont. II. G. Caroenter has movcd his family to Chelsea whero ho recently pnrchased a j farnj. Mrs. Frauk Tliompson of East Corinth, is visitinc nor uauciitor, Mrs. r. o. Huntington. A dauchier was born last wcek to Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Brcsotto. E. G. Smith has finishcd his ycar's labor for D. M. Miles and has .moved h'u fa mily to Royal Ordway's tcneinent. Blancho Fo'ster is scriously ill with bu- ious fovor. Mrs. M. A. Turner and son, Will, aro visiting frionds in Worcester, Mass., for a fow weoks. E. M. Bricgs ii at homo from his sohool in Now Hampton, N. H. Tho Lidies' Aid socioty moots with Mrs. F. E. Briggs this aftemoon and ovening. Bessic McDonald is at homo ou a sliort vacation from her school in Northfield. Waltor Cook is visitintr in Provid. nco, R. I., for a fow days. Miss Eloudus Hood of Topsham, is vis iting in town. Mrs. B. II. Paino has coiio to Mas6a- chusctts to caro for an invalid aunt, for a fow wcoks. E. K. Hoiightou has purchascd tlio I farm ownod by tho lato E, II. Dickorman. Mrs. G. II. Flint's condition is creatlv iuiprovcd aud hor frionds aro hopeful for a speeuy recovery, mm comwm iiil A Card. Wo. tho untlorslgnoil, uo lioroby ngroo in ritfuinlMwt mniinv nn a 50 eont botllo ofGreono'sWanautedSynii) of Tar ifit fnlls to curo your cough or cold Wo also guaranteea 5 eont bottlo to provo sntls faetory nr monoy rofunded. II. B. Nlchols, Mlddlosox. Cbas. O. Ward, Mlddlosox J. II. Daulols, Mlddlesox. J. L. Spauldlng, Warron. n. C. Storllng, Wnrron. WEST CORINTH. Kennistou is acrain ill. W. VV. Kenmston is acrain ill. Uo is attondcd by l)r. Godfroy of Chelsea. E. L. Still and son, Elmor, of Orford, N. II., woro hero on business last wcek. Fannio Still has beon visiting hor cou sin, Lona Williams. Sho rcturned with hor fatlior and brothor last Saturday. Carrio Williams has gono to Lymo, N. II., to work in tho family of Mr. Con- verso. Lowis Truo has finishod work at tho creaniory. Townofficors oloctod aro: modorator, J, P. Sargont i clork and trcasuror, B. B. Soribnor ; solcctmon, Frank Taplin, C. A. Washburn, C. L. Spear; ovorseor, H. B. Martin j road comnussionor, E. R. Taplin ; school dircctor for throo yoars, VV. E. Woodcock; constablo, G. C. Hastings: auditors, J. L. Avory, F. J. Eaton, C. E. White : listors. Orron Hodco, Lyman Por- tor, nnd Martin Bailoy, trustoe of public Rliss Annio Stcnuing of Canada, is in town, tho gucst of her brother. Mr. and Mrs. Smith and sonof Morris ville, werc guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Ualuwin last weely Mr. MeCIellan has been spendmg a fow days hero with his family. S. E. Clark has rcturned from a busi ness trip in Massachusetts. Mrs. Oscar Warden of Hanover, was callcd here last week on nccount of tho death of her sistcr, Mrs. Ellen M. Field. Mr. Folch of St. Jolmsbury, speut a fow days of last week iu town tuning pianos. Ho expccts to bo liero again tlns week. Tho receipts of tho Christian Endcavor social woro i?15, a part of which will bo sent to the Kum Hattiu ilomc, West minster, Vt. RcKiilar convocation of Coriutuirm chaiiter, Ordor Eastorn Star, Wednesday ovcuing, March VI, Mias Mary Kandall has been obliged to lcavo school on accouut of what at first was callcd n severe casc of bronchitis, but has provcd to bo lung trouble. All rcgret that sho is so afllicted and hopo for her recovery. Pontcr Hibbard has been abseut from school for tho past weok, sick with pneu- moma. Ned Hutchins who returned from Han over two weeks ago is gaining in health aud hopcs to be out in a few days. Tho cantata, "A Garden of Singmg Flowors" will bo givon soon under the dt rcction of Mrs. E. VV. Smith for tho beno fit of tho Ladies' Aid Socioty. Tho Rebekah fair is advcrtised for March 21 and 22 iu Indopondont Ordor of Otld Fellows' hall. Mra. J. F. Sliattuck has returned from a visit iu Barton Landing. Mr. F, Deining was confinod to tho houso last wcek by sickness. C. C. Scales, David Bnstt and Clms. Ilazon for tho cliurch, Erastus Baldwin, and Jesso Sheldou for tho socioty, consu tuto tho committeo to supply tho pulpit and seouro a now pastor, as Rov. Gcorgo II. Credeford's rosignation takos placo the first of April. Tho noxt rcgular mccting of Pulaski lodgo will bo held March 23 aud that of Col. Preston Post.G. A. R- March 25. Miss Foss cntortaiucd tho whist olub last Fridav oveiunc at Halo's lavcrn whero sho boards. Notwithstandiug tho snowstorm last woek VV'cdnesday ovoning thoro was a good attendance at tho VVomen s Rolief Corps meoting and aftor tho work of tho mooting was ovor rofreslmiejits wero in or dor and a general good timo followed. HORN OF THE MOON. H. L. Sandors from Barre, visited atG. VV. Sandors' on Sunday. W. E. Jackson has gono to Woodstock to work nt his trado. Waltor Davis and Byron Sauders nro tnking.thcir milk to tho now Montpelier croanicry. Sinco Sunday tho manngomeiit of the separating stntion has beon in tho hauds of II. A. Titch. WEST TOPSHAM. Miss Lena Ohurch is at homo from St. Albans. Sho had a good position in tho ofllco of tho Vormont Ocntrnl railroad but has giveii it up for tho present. Wo havo good slcdding ngain and tho lumber tcams aro very busy. R. M. Harvoy has two teams from Barre. Georgo K. Ohuroh has sovoral tcams from" East Orango and Washington. Tho telephono offico has been mov cd to F. P. Guiiiiiugham's store. M. M. Oovill and F. J. Rich aro to havo a wrestling match at villago hall Saturday oveniug, March 15. Tho winner is to rcceivo tho gato money. Gharlos M. Hight has come homo from Groton. Ho is to havo chargo of his mother's farm for tho coraing year. Luthor P. Hight has formed a part nership with his fathor-in-law, F. P. Ounningham. Thoy carry a good lino of goods and aro doing a good busi ness. Thoy oxpect to havo tho post- ofllco as soon as tho chango can bo made at Washington, Ono of A. T. Smith' s matched pair of blaok horses was takon sick vory suddenly last weok. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Covill ontor ' taiuod a largo nfnbor of thoir frionds aud noighbors last week Friday night. t Oystors woro served and daucing aud ' games woro tho ordor of tho oveniug. Allio Greeno is at work for W. H. Ohalmors. Ho works in tho yard scal ing lumbor. Mrs. Henry Hood is improving nnd hor friends hopo to seo her out in a fow weeks. It was rough travoliug to town meoting but thoso that went callcd it rouchor aftor tho meetiuc oneucd Modorator, O. P. Dickoy ; clerk and treasuror, Everett Forsytli ; solcctmon, O. H. Taplin, J. H. Folch, G. VV. Bagloy; listcrs, L. A. Hood, Putnnm Hayward, E. 0. Poolo : school direct or. Warren Ourrior : ovorseor. G. VV. Bagloy ; road comissionor, S. F. Looko ; constablo nnd colloctor of taxos, G. Fonton Miles; auditors, O. P. Diok oy, John A. Dodgo, J. W. White-; tax raisod for all purposos, $1.75. Frank O. Spaulding went to Brad ford Monday with a load of calves for A. T. Smith. SOUTH DUXBURY. Gcorce Frceman has received nows of tho denUi of n nephew, Ward L. Rotinds, who diod Fcbrunrv 17 of mienmonia iu Holdeuvillo, Indian Territory, where he was engaged iu the lumber Lnsiness. The rcmains wero taken to the homo of his parcnts in Eureka, Wis., for intermcnt. His mother, Sarah A Rouuds, who was formcrly a rosidcnt of Moretown, will be plpasantly reniembered by tho peoplo in this viciinty ns well as tho nged father. Both havo tho henrtfelt synipnthy of their Vermont friends. Mr. Thomas of New Ilnmpshire visited at Charlcs VVheelcr's last week. Mrs. Samucl Turner is visiting her sis ter nnd others in Waitsfield. OrienL. Beckwith of Rochester re cently spcnt a week with his sister, Mrs. S. Soniervillc. Walter Corliss has bought Charlie Cor liss' farm. Miss Kntherino Harrington wns with Mrs. S. Somervillo last week. Mrs. Wy man nnd Mrs. II. 0. Ward wero her guests on Saturday. The lato rain took nbout tbreo fcet from tho top of the dam nt VVnrren Mur ry's raill. No mnttcr how long you havo had tlio ooukuj If It ulroady lmsn't doveloped tnto oonsuinptlou Dr Wood's Norway l'lno r.yrui) will curolt WARREN. Tho tax payors of this town nro fool ing quito sour with tho results of our lato March mooting and tho greatost thing wo havo to bo thankful for is that tho town votcd to abolish tho town agonoy. Tho soloctmon woro iu struotod to soll and closo up our rum shop as soon as possiblo. This town has ovor $700 wortli of liquor on hand and whon ovon that amount is sold it will go nuiok whon tho doors aro opou and notico givon that thcy aro ready for business. Whon tho town agonoy was nrst lntrouuceu our town naa somo oxporionco in running a rum shon but thoy only kont n small stock. Ono night tho boys woro dry, thoy broko ln nnd carriod away ovory drop of liquor in tho agonoy. No ono was conviotcd of tho oll'onco. Tho prosont aconov lms beon ruiminc for sovornl years. It has grown to bo quito a rotail houso. Our town usod to bo auito rospoctablo but it has boon co ing down iu a fiuanoial and n mornl souso, it lias Dcon n nig scuooi ior quito n part of tho community to loam falsehood aud docoptiou, to obtaln what thoy want. Tho town mndo a great mistako in kooping town ofllcors in too long with out a ohango, espcoially tho town trcasuror. Ed MoGlafln is moving to North field, Ho lms lot his farm to Oharlcs LaRoso, who has movod onto it. Still thoro nro othor placos to lot. Fnrm labor has gono so high that farming doos not pny. DUXBURY. Nnthan Thomas of Keene, N. II., visit ed his br'other, I. W. Thomas, last week. Mrs. Fred Davis is quite ill. Mrs. Bertlia Lewis, who has been quite sick, is somewhat botter. Tho high water last week carried off two bridges on the Ridley brook. J. A. Durkco is quito ill. C. J. Snow of Boston was a guest of J. A. Durkeo last week. On Friday ho took a trip to Camel's Ilump and rcported a fine view. Russell Davis died March 3. He had been sick a long tinie. The funeral was held from tho houso on Wednesday. iJcssic Morso lms niusneu ner scuooi in Huntington aud is nt homo. Mrs. J. 0. Young of Huntington is vis iting her pnrents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Muuroe L.0W1S. BOYS AND GIRLS, READ THIS. You would, wo aro suro, liko to bo informod of a good niothod of earniug your own sponding monoy. Hero it is : - Sunflowor Soed is ouo of tho iugrodi onts of Pago'sPorfocted PoultryFood. Wo shall want a good many tous of it noxt fall. It will probably bo worth 2 to 2 conts por pound. Thoro is little doubt that wo shall bo ablo to jiay two conts por pound and pny tho railroad froghts if ship ped in qnautitics of 200 pounds or moro. Iudeod, if dcsircd, wo aro willing for tho presont to mako contracts at that prico. Sunllowors will grow in any out of tho way cornor in tho door yard, on tho roadsides and do not necessarily intorforo with tho othor farm crops. On recoipt of thirty conts in silvor (pleaso do not sond stamps) wo will dolivor nt our oxpross olllco horo n ton-pound pnokago of Sunflowor seod suitablo for planting. Sond your ordors along at onco bo foro our stock is oxhanstod. Address, Carroll S. Pago, Hydo Park, Vt. AGENTS WANTED To roprosont tlio Connecticut Goneral Life Insuriuico Co. Apply to E. I, DRURY,- General Agont, Room 8. Wnlton Block, Stnto Strcet, Mont pelier, Vt.