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VERMONT WATUHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, THURSDAY, MAY 21, 1903.
5 f-HOHER HTTS You, Shirt Waist Buyers Thcrc is somcthing of intcrest in this store for you in thc way of shirt waist s and cspccially thc white waist, which is thc waist of the scason, for you can gct stylc, fit and finish herc at little.expcnse. We havc waists to fit all purscs, but are particularly strong on thc kind that drcss you wcll at $1.00, $1.VG, $l.r0, $1.09, $1.7G, $1.08. Those Special Suits Now Miss or Mrs. Customcr since wc put those special Suits on thc rack at $15.00 we have sold a good many, but have got a good many yet and if you want to save from S3.00 to $ 10.00 fall into thc linc , that leads to this store. We can show you just what wc advertise. HOMER 164-166 North Mnin bt., - WILLIAMSTOWN. Tho work dono lioro lnst Suudnyby Lawyor Olarongo .1. Fergnson of Bur lington iu tho iutorost of tho Anti Snloou Loaguo aud so of tho tlto tem pornuco ciiubo in our Stuto, was su perb. Mr. Forguson hiul uovor boou honrd lioro boforo. But uow wo could say to nuy, nud nll otlior towus iu the Stnte, that have uot hoard hiui, aud which wnut a uiost effeotivo tempor nuce Bpoakor, seud for this goutlomau. They will liardiy bo disnppoiutod. Ho spoke twioohero, aud at East Brook field iu tho nfternoon. Rev. D. H. Stroug will loavo lioro Weduesday of this woek for a fort night's vacatiou. He goos to Couuoo tiont whoio lio hns luid two brothors iu tlio uiiuistry. Miss Sadio Shoridau is ili with tho rneasles iu Barre. Noxt Snuday Uuiou Motnorial Ser vices will bo lield iu our Mothodist church, Rov. F. E. Ourrior to prenc' the sorruou ; James H. Walbriogo will direct tlio musio. Rev. EHio K. Joues of Barre is to doliver tlio Meinorial Day nddross iu our towu liall, tho ox oroisos of tho day will bo atter the usual mauuer. Goorgo W. Lyudo will be the marshal; our baud will bo iu atteudauco uudor tlie leadership ot Alf E. House; tlio siugiug will be uudor tlio diroctiou of James H. Wal bridgo. aud tho ohildrou's exoicises uudor the diroctiou of Mrs. Houry Wood. Dr. E. B. Watsou is uiakiug farther iruprovemouts iu tho buildiugs of his already very pleasaut houie. Mrs. Johu Hall, whoso sons bonght the old Galviu Fliut farm uot uiauy years ago, died last weok at this farm of pueumouia aud was buriod ou Sat urday, Rov. D. H. Strong ofllciatiug. Mrs. Hall caiue liore spuie four mouths ago to assist iu the home of lior on who had previously buried his wifo. Duriug a part of the time of hor last sickuess iior grauasou iu this fauiily was very sick from ptomaiuo poisou iug from eatiug old frozeu apples. JMr. aud Mr. J. W. Fliut, forruer rosi douts aud uow of Montpelier, Imvo re ceutly visited friouds liere. Robbie Duffus ouo of our vory worthy boys who is a pupil in tho high school at. Waterbury will take his sumnier vacatiou iu the uewspaper ofllco of that towu. Sonio of us liappou to kuow that ho isof amarkod litorary turu aud if life aud health are vouch snfed liim wo oxpoct to hear from him lator iu a litorary way. Formor New Bruussvickors Johu McCormick, wife and wife's sistor were hero from Northfield the firat.of the woek for calls. Mrs. McCormiok is a sister of J. Fred Austiu of our placo. One of our poots lias told us iu a vory boautiful way of tho coming of "Dainty Babio Bell, " to this world of onrs. Ouo of our small boys who is liardiy up in poetry yot but is getting n hold of history, iiad fixod iu iiis miud tho fact that it is now uulawful to buy or soll iiumau boiugs iu our conutry. Tho otlier 'day liis futliur, was lod by him to say that tho "daiu ty Baby Bolls, "nud tho loss dainty Baby Bills, were bought and sold by tho doctors. With Iiib historical fact frosh iu mind, the lad nrraigued tlio wholo mcdioal professiou for solliug human beings. Mrs. William Schofleld mot witli a severe acaident laBtMouday aftoruoou, as sho was driving uot far from tlio liomo of II. II. Martiu, wliero sho met Mr. Martiu with hiB toam, and with which sho collidod. Her buggy wont over a bauk, aud witli tho result of a bouo of oue limb lioing oracknd, aud a general bruisiug from hoad to foot. Dr. Wutsou hopos thoro is 110 interual injury. Rov. Jesso A. Martiu oamo down from Canaan last Mouday for a fow days' stop. Ouo of tlio Porry Bros., of tlio Porry Real Estato Agoncy ot Barre was lioro last weok to look ovor tho Goueral E. Bass farm, tho Biilo of which is iu tho hauds of this agouoy. Mrs. Walter R. Daveuport of Mout polier was tho guest of Mrs. Euos F. Wnlker ou Mouday last. MORETOWN. J. Wheelock, wifo, aud two oliildren of Waterbury visited Mrs. Whoelook'B fathor, D. F. Froemau, on Sunday. Mrs. F. E. Joh'Jou is sufforiug from fln abscoss 011 liur face. Qnlto a nuinbor from towu attoudod Mr. Littlo's funtral in Fayston, Fri day. T. J. Forris, Goorgo Parkor aud Goorgo Afiiiloy wero iu Montpelier ouo FITTS, - Barre, Vermont day last weok. Mrs. F. E. Johnson aud Mr. I. S. Austiu -woro iu South Fayston, Fri day. Horbert Gilligau and wifo aro ro joiciug ovor tho arrival of a sou. Mrs. Olara Ilentou is visiting hor uieco, Mrs. Leon Palmer. G. II. Lialo aud wifo of Watorbury woro iu towu, Suuday Tho Biblo class mot with Mrs. P. E. GriiHth Tuesday ovouiug. Tho Friday aftoruonn prayor meot iug will be hold at tlio homo of Mrs. W. N. Ward. E. F. Palmer was at homo from Waitsfield ,ou Suuday as was Harry Bulkoloy from Waterbury aud Maud Bulkoloy from Moutpolior. GROTON. Rov. aud Mrs. A. J. Hough wont to White Rivor Junctiou last Thurs day to attoud tlio musical festival. They roturuod ou Saturday. E. A. Hood of Topsham has moved into Ira Riokor's houso. A sou was receutly boru to Mr. aud Mrs. Touy Hart woighiug twolve pouudB. Rov. A. J. Hough will dolivor liis lecturo"How to Got Thore," at tho Mothodist church iu Westvillo next Weduesday ovouing. Twius, a sou aud dauglitor woro boru to Mr. aud Mr. Saui Andorsou last Weduesday. Tlio little boy diod ou Thursday. Tlio four mouths' old child of Graut Emory, died last Saturday. Tho fu omi-"k, i.ni,i ,, aww n.,,1 i,n,.ii , iu tho v'illago cemotery. This is tlio sacoud child thoy havo lost within two moutlis. 'Mrs. Emory Dowaro aud familj' loft last Tuesday for MassachuBetts. Tli'ey will mako their homo with Mrs. De waro's motlier. Forest flres nro ragiug arouud Grot on poud. Mr. and Mrs. Alexauder Cochran ro turned from their visit iu Bostou, last Saturday. J. K. Nowtou is visiting his sister, Mrs. S. R. Morrison. S. B. Morrisou and dauglitor, Mrs. Powors, visited iu Barre ou Sunday. . Ebouozor Baldwin spraiuod his aukle quito badly last Friday. Dr. Isaao Eastmau of Woodsvillo has opeuod his ollico iu the Oliff HoKse. A largo unmbor of frieuds gathorod at tho homo of Mr. aud Mrs. Charlos celobrato the llftoeuth annivorsary of their marriage. A large number of presonts woro left. N. S. Hawkos has closod out his photograph busiuess aud is moviug nway. Tho Coffriu blook is boiug shiuglod. Mr. aud Mrs. Georgo Oarpoutor ro turued from their visit iu Bostou last Saturday. EAST CALAIS. Bocauso of tho Memorial sorvico at North Calais uext Suuday, tho usual preachiug sorvico liore will bo ouiit tcd. Mrs. L. O. Leonard has boou suffor iug from orysipolns arouud lior oyes for sovoral days, but is getting on all right now, Mrs. Emeliuo Tabor of Montpelier has boou spendiug a weok with hor cousiu, Mrs. A. Dwinoll. 0. R. Dwinell has beou putting iu now eills aud a new floor iu Iub back storo aud has built uow stops to tho postoilico. In tho EOttlomout of tho ofitato of a great-auut, who diod ju Brattleboro, Mrs. Ivau Gray iuhorits somethiug over 3,000. Forrest Gray has givon up his situa tion iu Drowuo's pharmitoy, Barre, returuiug homo last Saturday. Mrs. D. L. Scott has beou soriously ill tho past two weokB, and ou Satur day was takon to Heatou hospital to be carod for. Horaco Piko, who has boou conilnod to tho houso with grip for over two weeks, is gniuiug slowly. 0. T. Pioroo wont to Hardwiok Mouday to bogin work iu tho up-to-dato storo which W. L. Pioroo & Son tako posBossiou of Juno 1. Mrs. Molissa Fay, who has boarded duriug tho wintor, han oponod hor houso with Mrs. Mahala Boylos of Marshfield as housokooper. NORTH CALAIS. Moniorial sorvicos will bo oouduotod by Rev. Ellie K. Jonos at Memorial hall Suuday, May 24, at 2 :30 p. m. CABOT. Amoug tho visitorfl in town nro Will BowditJh ;of St. Johusbury, D. W. Flshor of Rutlaud, W. T. Morso of Plilladolphla, Pa. J. A. Farriugton has roturuod from Califoruia. Mrs. Abbio Smitli has roturuod from Bostou. Swordfogor & Engllsh havo a uow olork, Warren Guild of Covoutry. Tho flRliormou who havo boon com ing from otlior towns aud flshiug our strcanis 011 Sunday had bottor road tho law, if thoy do uot thoy uiay fool tho offoots of lt. Quito a unuibdr of toacl ors from thiB towu attoudod tho toauhora' moot iug at Hardwick last Friday aud Sat urday. L. Myors aud Gill Dwinell attoudod tlio Grand Lodgo of I. O. O. F. at Enosburg Falls. Ou accouut of a misaiouary BPbiikor that is to spoak at tho Mothodist olmroh noxt Sunday, tho rogular Mo morial sormou will bo Jolivorod Suu day. May 31, by Rov. O. E. Aikou.B Tho rogular Moniorial Day oxorcisos will tako placo ou Friday May 20, ou accouut of a nuinbor of soldiors going to Moutpolior ou Saturday. Tho band is to havo a promouado servlug ico croam in tho ovouing. F. Blanohard uud wifo of Ludlow aro visiting F. L. Kuapp aud friouds. Tho Btorcs aro to cIobo two uights Tuesday aud Friday, ou accouut of mootiugs at tho church. Lawrouco A. Farriugtou has torn dowu his old stock bam aud com monced the buildiug of a uow ouo iu its placo. Mr. May is buildiug 11 house uear liis mill, for tho boardiug andaccomo datiou of Strootors' holp who aro do iug liis sawiug. To tho artiolo In Friday's Jourual iu regard to Coiigressmau Huskius bnyiug. his gardoii fieods ho niight muko tho samo roply as tho lato Dr. Goorgo who is woll romombored iu this viciuity. Ho was takon soriously ill and tho nurso not kuowing what to admiuiBter said to him, "Doctor what do you givo in snch casfs?" He quick ly ropliod, ''I dou't tako what I givo otlior folks. " Willio P. Lanco has sold his farm t0 Harry Piko of Warren aud givou possessiou. Mrs. William Atkius aud Mrs. 0. M. Lowis aro iu Randolph this woek, to attoud tho goldeu wodding of Rov. Dr. A. L. Ooopor. Tho Kov. Dr. waR pastor of tho Mothodist church iu this town just ouo-half coutury ago aud duriug his nastorate tho nresout Moth odist church was built. Iu this towu ho fouud his bridc, Miss Luciuda At kins. This was among liis ilrst nas torates aud ho was a stirriug, workiug youug miuistor. Tho couferonco of tho Cougregatiou al churchos of . Washington couuty is to meot with' the Cqugregatioual cuurcn iu uus lown, tiuno 1 aua a. A good program is proparod and a good dolcgatiou is oxpected from tho churchos of tho couuty. It is hoped aud oxpected they will bo mot with a large atteudauco by tlio peoplo of this towu at overy sessiou Miss Eddy of Marshfield preached at tho Cougrogational church iu this towu ou oxchaugo with tho regular pahtor, Rov. D. L. Hilliard, last Suu day. Sho gavo a fiuo disconrso that . conimauded tho closo atteutiou of all I aud which was niuch oujoyed. I Tho measlos aro payiug rospects to largo . number iu towu, largo numbor iu towu, oiu auu yoUK all.; Stato's Attorney Bailey was iu towu last weok, ou busiuess. DANVILLE. Graco Blaucho Barr, wifo of Charlos W. Alston, died at her homo iu Rox bury, Mass., May 10, 1003. Sho was a uioce of Mrs. Mary J. Sias of Dan ville and had ofteu visited hero. Sho was tho oldest daughter of William II. and Loautha (White) Barr of Cabot, in which towu sho was boru tweuty 11 i 110 yoars ago last Decembor. The deceased, aftor attouding tho district school, nttouded the gradod school at Cabot uutil sho begau to teach. Sho taught iu Waldou and Cabot and thon attoudod St. Johusbury acadomy with hor brother aud siBter for two or tlireo years. Early iu lifo sho joiuod Win ooski Lodgo of Good Tomplars of Cabot aud was au earnest worker iu tho cause of toinporanco. For niauy , yoar sho lmd beou a cousiBteut mombor of tho Cougrogational ohurch 11I Cabot Sho had boou married to Mr. Alstou ouo year and oight mouths. Tho uuiou, whilo it lasted ou oarth, proved to bo a vory happy one. Hor liusbaud was vory kind to hor aud iu hor last illuesBoverything that inodical soiouco could do to save her life was dono. Mr. Alstou aud her mothor, sistor aud brothor watched by her bodsido. Bo sides the mothor, tho brothor, Johu Sias Barr of Woodsvillo, N. II., tho sistor, Margaret. wifo of Johu H. Barriugton of Greensboro, aud tho liusbaud, tho docoasod lott a sou ton days old. M ftffi a trno Ohristiau wishing lior friouds to meot hor iu heaveu aud that hor bou be reared 111 a Ohristiau lifo. Tlio iutermout was at Cabot Tho fuueral sorvicos 'woro hold at tho Congrega tioual church at Cabot, Rev. D. L. Hilliard of that church offlciatliiR. Misses Avory nud Bryant saug. B. G. Rogors aotod as mauagor. Tho iloral offeriugs woro vorv boautifal. Amoug tho piocoB were pillows from tho Good Tomplars' Lodgo aud from au uualo, Dauiol -White of Bostou, wreath from" Mr. nnd Mrs. Barriugton, a largo bouqaet of flowors from a lady friond from Bostou. tweuty-niuo piuks from au aunt, Mrs. Sarah Hitchcock of Dauvillo nud piuka from Mrs. Otis Freomau of Lobauon, N, II., a cousiu; a wreath from Mrs. Charlos E. Odor kirk of West Danville. Tho liusbaud bronght au bfforing of bridal rosos. Many othor oiforiugs woro vory boau tiful. Tlio BorviooB wero attondod by a largo numbor of friouds nud rola tivoa. Mrs. Loslio Taylor, wlio has boou quito ill for sovoral wooks, is slowly rcoovoriug. OharloB Ingalls has boon sufforiug from a sovoro attaok of tho grip this woek. Ernest Mooro is at homo from Bos tou, quito ill. Mr. Mooro has boou iu the employ of tho Bostou stroot rall way tho past yoar, Tho ontortr.iumont at tho town hall last Frlduy ovoniug proved qnito buo ceBsful, both as au onjoyablo entor taiuuiout aud iu a fluauoial way. Tho vorsatlllty of tho outortainora was ro markablo and if Mr. Tnggart ovor comos to Dauvillo ngaiu ho will bo suro of n still targor audiouco. Tho Bolcotmon nro cousultinn with tho railroad olllcials iu rosnrd to au undorground paBS at tho Olomout hill. O. II. Stovons 1b sorviiia'ou tho grand Jnry at tho Unltod Statos court at Windsor this woek. . E. Ourrior ls rocovorluc ranidly from his Uness. Tliu baso ball niuo Will nlav With the EaBt' Hnrdwioks ou tho coiiininn lioro Saturday aftoruoou of this woek. Georgo LoiBhton of Dovor. N. H., is visiting his pareuta lioro for n fow days. CHELSEA. Rov. aud Mrs. F. A, Poolo of Barre and thoir youug bou spout somo days lnst wook at Hov. d. Wyokolt's. tt tho anunal mootiug of tho trus- toes of Chelsea Acadomy last Thurs day, A. L. Spraguo was ohosou trusteo iu placo of II. L. Bixby, docoasod, Harry N. Saubom is omployod at tho hotbl baru. Lillinn M. RobblnB has roturuod from South Royalton, whoro sho has boou doing tablo work iu tho hotel, D. A. Boardwny of Barton Lnuding is working iu tlro mont marknt. 0. A. Crockor has gono to Orford, N. II., to work at his calling of horso traiuor. W. A. Hood has bogun n largo job iu the robuildiug of his bam. H. W. Spoar is iu chargo of tho work. Thoro will bo n uulon sorvico at the Cougrogntloual church noxt Suuday morning, nt which tho auunal momor ial sormon will bo preaohod by Rov. Mr. WyckoiT. Rov. W. E. Allon is to bo tho speakor 011 Momorial Day. A. H. Powors aud Calvln Goodwin havo beon drawn as grand jnrors for the oveninc torm of connty court, aud Azariah Barnos nnd O. A. Bacon as notit lurors. Judco Munson is to pre sido nt this torm of court, which opous Juno 2. M. Blnuoho Towusoud roturuod 011 Saturday from hor studios nt tho Emorsou Collogo of Oratory. Sho is to tako tho leadiug part in au outer taiuuiout to bo givou ou tho ovoniug of Juno 3. Mamio E. Earlo is doing housowork at H. F. Mattoou's. Ou Weduosday ovouing o uext wook tho coucort by Wildor'B Orches tra will bo givou it boiug tho loug do forred last entortaiumout of tho regu lar courso. Tlio orchestra will be ac compauiod by Mrs. Mnudo Hunting ton Boujamin. reader, aud Dr. J. O. Hiuos, n flno baritono Bingor. To lov ers of music this will be uudoubtodly tho finost outortaiumout of the courso. Parkor W. Bnrbauk has beou cora mitted to tho Stato asylum at Water bury, aud wa'a takon thoro ou Mouday. Mrs. Alico M. Haokott is keepiug houso for 0. W. Bacou. ou accouut of tho illuoss of lus mothor wiio is slow ly improviug. Mrs. Alico M. Hndloy left on Mou day for Now York wheio sho is to tako tho steamor ou Weduosday for Europo. Sho oxpects to bo gono a yoar or moro. MIDDLESEX. Mrs. E. A. Earle was iu Montpelier ou Saturday. M. K Prico and Miss Nnncy Prico atteuded church iu Moutpolior, Sun day. Mrs. Addio Phillips wishes to uoto that Weduosday, May 20, will bo lior last day for tho prosout, to show hor milliuery goods iu towu aud that bIio will mako low prices ou that day. Mrs. D. 0. Turuer of Waterbury wns a guost of J. W. Egau ou Satur day. H. E. Ward was iu Builiugtou ou business, Thursday. Mrs. P. S. Lewis nud Miss Maud Lowis have roturuod to thoir homo iu tho Lowis district, nfter spendiug tho wintor at G. T. Miles'. William Mauson of Burlington was iu towu on Thursday. Leo Short of Cabot was iu towu on Mouday iu tho intorosts of tho Deoriug farm raachiues. ugust Gunthor weut to Plattsburg ou Mouday for a short visit. Tho many friouds of Mrs. W. 0. Silloway will bo plcasod to loaiu that sho is much iuiproved. SODOM. Mrs. Fidolia Daggott diod 011 Satur day morning, May 10, at tho homo of hor dauglitor, Mrs. William Dailoy, Hor fuuoral occnrred tho 18th, Rov. Benjamiu Whoolor olliointiug, nud tho iutermout wnB at Calais. Tlio deceasod was boru in Mniuo iu Juue, 1818, but her early lifo was spout mostly iu nud noar Oholsoa Mass1, whoro tlireo sis fers and ouo brother still rosido. Sho cnmo to Calais, Vt., with lior hus- 1 c. 1 1 : r i- 1 , : W. Whiclitimeaho nas rosldocl iu tins towu, nviug ou n farm for somo years and lator nt Kont's Cornor. Siuco hor husband's death, whioh ocourred iu 1884, sho had mado hor homo with hor ouly child, Mrs. William Dailoy of this placo. Mrs. Daggott was a womnu of rofinod souBibilitios, with a oliarnotor imbuod with Christinn graco and charity, aud through hor loug lifo wont on uiakiug friouds with old nud vouug. Tho cliil dren about lior havo dolioato keopsakos which nro tho work of her Bkilful fiugora since sho passod hor' four scoro yoars. Duriug tho past few mouths, Bhohas boou a great sufforor, partiou larly so duriug tho last fow wooks, al though sho hus boou coufiuod to tho bod less thau two wooks. 8ufe now, O gontlo .mothor, nnd freo from grlof and puln, Deiuli was the gatuway into lifo, and nll our loss tliy goln. Amoug friouds from nway who at toudod Mrs. Dnggett's fuuernl woro Mr. nud Mrs. A. Kout of Hardwiok, Mr. and Mrs. Murrny Kout. Mrs. Car rio RobiuBOU nud Mrs. Harry Huwklns of Moutpolior. Mrs. A. A. LowiB hns roturuod home from Moutpolior whon sho hns boou ill for tho past fow weeks. Mrs. Riohards has a now lot of mil liuery ot hor home thiB wook. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY. Tako Laxntlve Dromo Qulnlno Tnbleti All drugglats rofund the nioney if it fall to ouro. . W. QrovbB' elgnaturo U on eaoh box. 2So. MATHER & TEMPLE Tcn dozcn fhilrlivan'e POCCOC The great demand for these dress; VllliUICll O UlCbaco cs iast vveck cxhausted our stock, and to morrow morning wc shall place on sale a much larger line in both white and colors, for all ages, at all prices. Fancy Dimities in all colors, Regular 20c go'ods at and lC5c peryard. Fancy Dimities which sold for I2jc. Now c per yard. Our Saturday Special 10 do.cjn Ladies' Muslin DraweiN, fine Cotton nntl sold lov less than 10 dozon Children's Muslin Drawers, all sizes, Mather & Temple, 18 cix3lc3L QO tctto Stroot. WORCESTER. Mrs. Mniy E. Hnrris is ill. Mrs. Johu Woodley is ill with ty phoid fevor. Mr. aud Mrs. T. L. Darby of Hard wiok woro viaitors at James Darby's ou Sunday. Herbort Bradley of Stowe, visited his sister, Mando Bradley last week. Frank Georgo had sixty cords of wood burnod last week. Vorue Uttou aud wffe of Hardwiok woro at Thomas Uttou's ou Suuday. Miss May Brigham of Norwich, is tho guost of her grnudpnrouts, Rev. and Mrs. P. II. Carpentor. Flora Ologston wos at homo from Williamstown ou Suuday, nccorapauied by Miss Kouuody. Mrs. F. E. Couuor of Barre visited her paroute, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Dodge, a low daya last weok. Mrs. ilames Cummiugs, who has beeu stoppmg with her mothor, Mrs. Hancouk, for two weeks past. has gone to hor homo iu Somors, Oouu. Tho ontertaiuniout given by the I. O. G. T., last woak was a success. Thero wns a good number prosent nnd all had an onjoyablo time. Thoro will bo a special towu moet ing at the towu hall next Saturday, May 23, at 1 o'clock p. m., for tho pnrpose of olectiug tlireo now school directors, tho old board of direotors haviug resigned. BRADFORD. Mr. uud Mrs. H. E. Parkor aro at touding Grand Lodgo of Odd Followa at Euosburg Falls thiB wook. A. T. Clark aud his dauglitor, Mrs. FrauK Hnrris, aro moviug to Barre this woek whero Mr. Harris has beeu for the past two mouths. LSrndford will miss Mr. Clark and' Mrs. Harris soroly, ns thoy havo resided in towu for yoara nud havo always greatly holped iu musical eiitortninmeiits nnd iu othor ways. Our best wiBhos go witn tnem. We aro clad to seo Mrs. L. J. Brown out again nfter hor sorious illnosss. Mr. nnd Mrs. Tiukor of Whito Riv or Juuotiou spont tho day Thursday nt "The Piues" tho guests of Mrs. S. J. Binotou. Miss Eva Hunt weut to Whito Rivor Juuctiou lnst weok to attoud tho finai concorts of tho musical associatiou, Sho wns the guest of Mrs. Sidnoy Da vis of that plnco. Mra. Goorco W. Browu is quito ill with whoopiug cough. Windsor Corliss aud family have moved iuto tho houso rocoutly occu pied by the Hoopors. Fred Doo nnd fnmily havo moved iuto tlio houso on tho meadow. Mrs. Q. A. Baldwin roturuod 011 Mouday from Bostou whoro sho has boou visiting friouds for sovornl wooks. Charlos R. Oraig aud Miss Hnrriette returued on TuoBdny from Bostou. Mra. Charlos Fago of East Coriuth mado I101 sister, Mrs. Ormsbeo, n visit last wook, returning homo ou Suuday. Mr. nud Mrs. Riford of Wildor vis ited Mrs. Riford's paronts,Mr. Peavoy nud wifo ou Suuday. Mrs. Mary Kouyon ot Nowport, who has beou with Mrs. Eninia Konyou for two wooks, roturuod homo ou Thurs day. WATERBURY. Firo was dWcovorod at 2 p.m. Satur day aftoruoou in tho roBidoucoof F. 0. Luco ou Mnin stroot, The firo com pauy speodily respondod, Tho firo wns fouud to be in tho attio of tho ell part of tho houso whoro it wns difllcult to get at without onUing nn oponiug iu tho slatod roof. Muoh of tho farnituro wns romovod nnd aftor an honr of liard work tho firo was ont. Tho origiu of the firo 1b uot kuown though ic 1b boliovod ta havo beou amoug plothoB or rags in a aink, Tho loss is largo but tho bxnot nmount 1h not yot beou dotormlned, Sovornl slight casualtiea oocurred among tho workraou but nouo woro soriouB. Vormout WntohmauOo., Job Printors. MATHERI&! TEHPLE DEEPCUT lh Suits and Silk Coats Wc have just purchascd from a large New York House, their sample linc of Suits and Silk Coats. These Garments were bought at a big discount and will bc placed on sale this week at trcmendously low prices. One lot of Suits of all Wool Vcnetians and Cheviots, Silk and Satin Lincd. Sold all the scason at $15.00. Yours while they last for gio Of. Hand somc Suits that sold for S20.00. Now $1C5.00. High Class Novclties, sold from $22.50 to $25.00. Now $ lCJO Silk Coats for Ladies and Cliildren at a Big Reduction. New line of Dress Skirts and Walking Skirts, latest stylcs at all prices. Large assortmcnt of Muslin Waists received to-day. Prices from 9e up morc of those Kalamazoo Petticoats, the talk of the town, at !r$e Our Saturday Price BROOKFIELD. Miss Eliza Rumuoy is working for Miss Flora Boll at Randolph. Mrs. Auua Osgood of Randolph auc Mr. Olapp of Northampton, Mass., woro gnests at he Lake Viow hotel ouo day last woek, aud called ou friouds hero. Dolegato appoiutod from the Soc oud Cougregatioual church to attend the Oraugo Couuty Couforenco of Oou grogatioual cliurchos, to be hold at Randolph noxt Tuesday aud Wedues day, May 215 and 27, aro J. W. Parm outor, Doa. William S. Gmv"es, Heu ry Colt aud Doa. Marcus Peck. Mrs. John Brown is ngaiu coufiuod to her bed. Much sympathy is ox pressed for Mr. and Mrs. Browu in thoir poor health. Tho school iu towu will bo given n half holiday ou Friday aftoruoou, the 22ud iust., to attend n leoture iu the towu hall Dy A. J. Eaton of Royal ton on the iuterestiug subj'oct, "Birds." Tho schools aro expected to havo oxorcisos. The public is iu vited to be preseut. Tho Memorial services will be at 2 o'clock uext Suuday at tho East Brookfield oliurch. All tho childreu in town nro re qnestod to bring fiowers to thoir uear est cemetory, Saturday moruinu, May 30, Memorial Day, to givo to tho ofli cora aud membors of tho G. A. R., to decorato tho graves of our doparted soldiors, Mr. aiitl Mrs, Kimball Mclutyre of East Braiutioo receutly spent SeVernl days with thoir dauyhtor, Mrs. H. H. Fullam. Mr. nud Mrs. MnrcuB Pook spout last Friday in Raudolph. Miss Edith Smitli wns at Randolph Coutor last Saturday. Mr. aud Mrs. Charles Fliut of Bur lington called ou frioud liere last week. Dr. aud Mrs. Ellis visitort Mrs. Ellis' parouts in Tunbridge lnst Tues day. Mrs. Goorgo Adams aud childreu aro visitiug relatives iu Braintree and Randolph. Erio Ditty wns callod to Wiudsor last weok to nttend tho fuueral of his brothor 's wife, Mrs. Johu Ditty. Georgo Lyuiati, nfter spendiug ornl weok hero, weut to Barre weok to visit relatives 011 his homo to Rutlaud. sev last way CALAIS. Goueral Mauagor Soarff of tho Now Englnud Tolehoiio Co., wns iu towu last Friday. Georgo Blakoly of Marshfield, who has beeu dolug somo paiuting ou tho Calais proporty of L. A. Keut for tho past two woeks, haB roturuod home. Ira Ricli Kout of Bostou has boeu visitiug iu Calais and vioinity. Mrs. L. A. Kout nud her guest, Mrs. K. L. Marsh. woro in Hardwick Friday aud Saturday. Miss Katheriuo Borry of Moutpe lier visited nt N. L. Banoroft's io contly. Mrs. V. B. Persous nnd Mrs. Ada Oato wero iu Hardwiok ou Friday. Grnudma Tiokuor is stonping with Holou Keut. Tho band boys gavo T. T. Laruphero n call Satnrday night ns a part of thoir rogular baud mootiug. Thoro is to bo a masquorndo pro mouado aud danco nt Cnmp Comfort, Curtis poud, Friday oveuiug, May 22, givon by tho Calais and Worcoster band. Ico croam nnd oakc fnruished by Mnplo Grovo Lodgo, I. O. G. T. An iuvitatiou is oxteuded by tho G. A. R. post to tho schools iu towu to nssist in Momorial Duy nffairs, nud their holp sollcitod iu makiug wreuths to nso iu tho ooiuotorios. Rev. Efllo K. M. Jouoa will prench tho Momorial sermou nt North Calais uext Suuday, May 24, at 2 iSO p. m NO REASONA'BLE MAN EXPEOTS to ouro n noglootod cold iun day. But timo nud Allon's Lung TBnlBam will ovorcorao the cold nud Btavo off cou Bumptiou. Cough will coase and luuga bo souud as a uew dollar. MATHER & TEMPLE novoi 25c I5c PLAINFIELD. The union Memorial sorvico will bo lield nt tho Metholit oliurch next Suuday, May aJth, couducted by Rov. G. II. Wright. Tho ladies' aid of tho Methodist church will cloau the church uext Thursda)-. All members are iuvited to nttend nnd assist in the uudortakiug. Tho motal ceiliug for the Cougrega tioual chnrch lias beeu ordered aud it is expeoted that it will arrivo shortly. This. will be a great improvomout to the church. Past Grand Bert Towusoud nud Past Grand E. W. finge atteuded tho Graud lodge of Oda Fellows at Enos burg Falls, Tuesday. Rev. Mr. Walsyprearhed iuexchauge with Rev. Mr. Poolo of Barro last Snuday. The Moutpolier Somiuary Striug Quartette will give an eutortaiumeut .Tuesday, May 20. There will be threo mandolius, n guitur nud n baujo, nssistod by a cornot player aud a read er. Everybody come. The last lecture of the coirse was delivered last Friday night by Rev. Efilo K. M. Joues of Barre. It was prououuced the best ouo ou the liet. Mrs. Riclinrds of Ohio who was to speak at tho Cougregatioual church ou Monday oveuiug will bo thero on Tuesday iustead, ou accouut of dolay. A vory fiue lecture is oxpected. Mrs. Heleu Doke is coufiued to tho bed at preseut with a lnug trouble, V. II Lovely has roceiitly Bold liis houso on High street to Archie Nye. Mr. Lovoly hns uot yet decided where ho will locato. The Abe Martz's uow big specialty compauy will play iu hotel hall Mon day, May 25. Mrs. Maria Diike who lives iu Woodsvillo, N. H., motlier of E. V. Duko of this place, is iu very foeble health, beiug eiglity-six yoars of age. Tho workon the uew Adveut church ou Maple Hill is progressing fiuely. They are uow giviug it a coat of paiut 011 the outsido. The dedication will occur 011 Sundny, Juno 14. Elder Mo Olurus will delivor tho sormou. Mr. aud Mr. George Duko, wlTo weut to Los Angoles, Cal., last De cembor are very mnch pleased with the placo aud have both beeu iu fiue health siuco their arrival. They nave recoutly seut his fnther and motlier, Mr .and Mrs. E. V. Duke, maiiy cnri ositios, shells aud fiowers, a piu oush iou about two iiiches equnro covored with sholls made from the bark of a tree j they also seut photographs of Pasadoua park aud othor placep of in terest nnd a mouuted tarautula that measures six iuches anross. 1 Mrs. Williom Browu died at her homo in Plninfiold ou Saturday eveu I iug at 10:80. Death was the result of ! child birth, a sou haviug beeu boru to 1101 ou n oeiuesuay. Mrs. Urown was about thirty yoars of age nud is sur vivod by n sou, Beruard, her liusbaud aud hor motlier, Mrs. Cheuey Bntch elder of Barre. Tho funoral was held on Tuesday aftoruoou. Mr. Browu is n brothor of Mrs. E. G. Colbnrn aud Mrs. Ohnrles A. Smith of Moutpelior. EAST CORINTH. The creninery paid its pntrous tweu-ty-four conts for buttor for April. Mrs. Charles Page visited in Brook field several days last week. S. T. Thompsqn, who has boou au iuvnlld for sovoral years, died at his home ou Saturday, May 10, nged sev-outy-four. Tho funornl wns held Monday, burial iu tho villngo ceme tory. E. P. Sawyer oxnects to opou his mont markot this week. G. O. Tnplin of Bostou is visitiug at Mrs. Julin Burgess'. Miss Maymo Jnckmnn, who has beeu nt Chester for tho past sovernl mouths, returued ou Thursday. Fivo littlo uimiites nro nll tho llmo Porry Davls' Pnliiklllei' noeds to stop n s toinuch nche, eveu when it is slmrp euouph to ninlto a strong 111 nn gronn. Doux bo foolod bylinltntioua. 25uud50o. Vormout Watohmnu Co., JobPriuters.