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VERMONT WATOHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1903.
Little Things Fiom Nooks and Gorners of Our Store Tliat Are Always Important The New GJoves For Fall If you covcr your hands with thc kind wc sell, you are prctty surc of a good fit. Thcn thcre is thc color stitching, ctc. of thc very latcst, wc also scll thc kind that wcar and guarantcc thcm from $1.00 up Ask to scc our new Kassom or Mannish Glovc, at , $1.00 1.25 as wcllas thc Glacc, Mocha, Sucdc and Pique stitch. Wc also havc thc most comprchensivc line of Golf Glovcs cver shown herc, including many new novclties. Taiiored Neckwear Tailorcd cffccts in Neckwear hold thc first placc with smart dresscs and our stock is up with thc season with cxcel lent valucs at 25c, 50, 75, $1.00 Tam O'Shanters are a little morc popular than evcr and we arc giving a little better value than evcr. Wc arc showing handsomc combinations as wcll as plain colors, at 50c and $1.00 Our othcr linc of Caps, Toqucs and ctc. for chidrcn are hcrc. Remember this is the place to buy your Blankets, Comfortcrs, Spreads, ctc. HOMER 164-166 North Mnin M VERSHIRE. Thornas Bauker, for mauy yoors 0110 ot Vorshiro's most proaporous nml es teorned citizous, but wlio now lives witli his daughtor-iu-law, Mra. Royal Baulcor at Post Mills, visitod Mrs. Ologstou last weok, who colobratod Jier sovouty-first birtliday atthat time. Mre. Jewett Olough is boardiug at presout with Mrs. Oharlos Shanloy. Honry Buuoo, a proaporous youug farmer liviug near tlio Olielsoa liuo in Voreliiro, 1ms beon judgod iuaano aud renioved to tlio nsylniu at Wator bnry. Ho Iias n wifo aud two small childreu for whoiu rnuoh sywpathy is folt Will Orr was at his hotno horo ro contly. K. O. Darliug aud fatnily havo rnoved to the farm of liis fatlior, Judgo S. B. Darling at Vershire Con tor. Mrs. Swoot of St. Johusbury is visit iug her dauglitor, Mrs. Ricliardsou. Stillmaii Carltou aud wifo of Bos tou nre visitiug his pareuts, Mr, aud Mrs. Oscar Oarltou. Johu Sleeper ia driviug toam for H. G. Oliurch. Farmers havo boen very busy filliug thoir silos duriug the post wook. A sistor of Mrs. Kimball ia viaitiug her. Mrs. Olark has sold her farm to Williaru Rioker of Oopporflold. Tho W O. T. U. rnet witli Mrs. Sliauloy last weok. The autnruual foliago is uuusnally fluo this yoar aud evory treo aud slirnb is a thiug of boauty. Tlio weathor, too, has boou doliglitfnl, aud tliore has boeu ouly ouo frost 60 far to do auy datuage. Mr. Litle is makiug couaiderablo re pairs npou liis house pnrchased re oeutly of Mr. Kimball. Mra. Johu Olough is visitiug hor daughtor, Miss Mildrcd, wlio ia at touding school at Wiudsor. Mrs. Jamos Straw iB 111. Mr. Diokiusomhas boucht tho Phil- lips farru aud nioved thero last wook, 1 Mr. Olough takiug possessiou of tho house vaoated by hirn at Vershiro . Oenter. Ohostor Grant haa rnovod to tho Jewett Olough farm wluoh ho has recently purchasod, Rnssoll Bostow to Silas Titua' place. MORETOWN. Mr. aud Mrs. I. S. Auatin wout to Worcester, Friday, to visit H. E. Austiu, thoir sou, roturuing homo Sn jday. M. H. Griflith lost one of his pair of gray horsos laat weok. H. O. Ward also lost ouo of his team horsos Sun day. Mr. aud Mrs. Hodges of Middlesex vislte3 tlieir dauKliter. Mra. Will Olark, Snuday. Ernest Kingbsury was quite badly hnrt Woduesday whilo loadiug logs, by the bindor brcakiug. Ho is nuablo to work. Goorgo Asliley has returued homo from tho iuouutaiiis whoro ho has boen at work this aammor. Will Olark, who waB quite badly hurt by a staging broaking on tlio roof of a shod he waB shingliug for H. O. Ward, wheroby lio foll to tho grouud, a distauce of twolve loot from tho eaves, is ablo to bo out again. P. E. Griflith and wifo wout to Ollntonville, N. Y., Saturday. to spend their vacation with Mrs. Grif fith'a parents. R. A. Griflith of Montpolior visitod his purouts ou Sauday. Gleuua Haskina of Waterbury vis itod her unole, Merrill Ohild, Satur day aud Sunday. F. H. Sawyor and wife woro in Fayston Sunday to attond tho funoral of Mrs. Elleu IugallB, Mra. Sawyor's aunt. SOUTH DUXBURY. Mr. and Mrs. Orriu Brnco attoudod tho funoral of hor siator, Mrs. Ellon R. Ingalls, in Fayston, Snuday aftor uoon. Mark Moars of Marshflold and othors from Boston were at Samuel Somor villo'a rocontly. Mr. aud Mra. OharloB Griflith of Waterbury were nt Albort Phillips', ounany, Mr. Millor, who ia to leavo horo for Iudia tho 22nd of this month.spoko in tho oliuroh Sunday aftornoou. FITTS, Barre, Vermont Mrs. Millor will nccompany aud holp him in tho uiiasiouary 11 old. Tlio Friday evening prayer sorvico will bo with Mrs. Mattio Phillips. Mr. aud Mrs. Johu McAllister of East Barnard is visitiug his siater, Mrs. Orriu Bruco. EAST CORINTH. Mrs. Oharlos Pago is visitiug frieuds in Barro this weok. B. S. Hookor has rocontly eugaged O. Bailoy to tako chargo of his grist mill. Mrs. Sibloy, wlio has beon iu Brad ford for sovoral weoks, has returued to towu. A Sunday school convontiou is to bo hnld at this placo Woduosday, Oc tobor 14. Tho new furuaco has rocontly ar rived for tho chnrch. Darliug's mill has boeu olosed for tho past week ou accouut breakago. Mr. aud Misa Jopson of Medford, Mass., are visitiug at E. P. Sawyor's. Mrs. Stillwoll aud family havo movod to Bradford. Amauda aud Holou Thompsou havo gouo to Chester to work iu tlio wrap por factory. Mrs. Evorott Corliss has rotnrned from Frauklin J?alls and is now board iug at Frauk Huse's. Mrs. Oarl Wolch is viaitiug iu Grot on. Rov. N. E.Hawos of South Ryogato will preach for tho UnivorsalistB in tho Uuiou churoli uoxt Sunday, Oo tober 11, at 2 aud 7 :30 p. m. Mrs. Deau Corliss of Washington waB iu towu Saturday giving niusio Iossoub. Mrs. Corliss haa quite a largo olass iu this placo aud all prououuce her a good teaclier. SHADY RILL. Tho Middlesex Graugo will hold a box eooial iu thoir hall at Shady Rill on Friday ovoniug, Ont. I). A shor literary program including tho farco, "Burglara, " will bo givon. Ladies bring boxea. Admissiou froo, boxos sold at auctiou. Evoryono iuvitod. EAST MONTPELIER. V. W. Jewott has aold -his farm buildings and a part of his laud to Mr. Magoon of Barro. Whilo O. E. Hobbs and wife woro roturuing to thoir houie in Hardwick last Monday Mrs. Hobbs was thrown from tho carriago and her shouldor dislocaed. Tho nccideut occurred uear the.L. W. Colburn woods. Mr. Knapp of Plaiufiokl liaB rontod tho Hobba blacksmith shop recently vacatod by Fred LaDoo. Ho has movod liis family iuto tlio houso cou-nectod-with tho shop. Dayid SesBious is niovinc'to North field. Ho is to work for Mr. Lam- phoro aa foromau iu his mill. ISLAND POND. E. L. Greeno haa roturued from Newport and will asaume his dutiea in tho cuatom sorvico at Norton abont tho middlo of the month. Tho flsh and gamo commisaions havo closed Lightning brook aud all its tribntarioa agaiust fiishing. Tho cliaugo of time ou tho Grand Truuk Railroad ocourrod at 12 :01 a. m., Sunday morniug; no matorial ohange is noted only tho two night traius, No. 4 from Moutreal arriving at 1 :30 a. in., and No. 1 from Port land at 12 :20 a. in. 0. S. Ounningahm has closod his labors horo as assistaut suporiutond ont of tho Grand Trunk Railroad and has aocoptod a similar positiou with tho same compauy at Loudon, Ontario. J. W. HieginB succoods him aa aaaiat- ant fluporiutondeut and W. Holnios as traiu rnaBtor. Work haa olroadv bocun nroparatory to tho oiontiou of a now Grand Truuk statiou horo. Tho old frelght shod was romovod last week aud tho Bos- worth Btorehouso uoxt, throo other buildinga will go uoxt, whioh will add quito a litlo to tho appoarauoo of our villago. Tho oauning factory haa olosod for tho Boason, but haa "beon rnuoh moro Buooossful thau at first antioipated, tho output boiug noarly tho samo aa a year ago. Sevoral from horo enjoyed a muaical troat laat week WednoBday at Hlioi brooko, Queboo, when the celebratod Uold Steam Gaards' Baud playod at tho Ulement theatre. PLAINFIELD. Rov. G. H. Wright was in Moutpo Hor on Mouday foro short stay. Oharilo Wlioolor startod for Port. lnnd, Maiuo, on Mouday aftornoou to drivo a liorso for Goorgo Raymoud who rocontly sold if to J. W. Max woll of Portland. IIo is also to drivo Imok ao ho will bo absont sovoral days. Whilo away his placo will bo takou nt Ilarry Parks' Btable by Boii. Sponcor. Harry Parks rocontly sold n liorso to go to Pigeou pontl. Mrs. Amauda Batcholilor hnld a whist party at hor homo Mouday uight, Sopt. 23. The highost snoro was mado by Mrs. 0. St. John and Mrs. J. B. Wells. A vory ploasaut ovoniug was passod. Tho raiu that foll Snuday ulght aud Monndy foronoon holpod out a groat many pooplo, ospeoially at Arch Batcholdor'B mill as ho cau now run tho mill fnll tinio. Tho mill has boou rnuuing for ouly half timo for tho past mouth. L. D. Nuto and daughtor, Joso phino, of Marshflold visitcd at Rov. L. F, Fortuoy's last Thursday ovou iug. Mrs. Edgar F. Smith wout to Bos ton last Friday moruing to visit hor iiU8band for a weok or iwo. Ezokiol Skiunor rotnrned from his oxcursion trip to Califomia tho mid dlo of last weok. Mr. Skinner saya that ho onjoyod tho trip inimousoly. D. II. Hollistor has movod his fam ily from tho A. V. Taylor houso ou High streot to tho Lapien bnilding. Mrs. Oharlos Louibard, who has boou viaitiug for tho past threo weoks in Ohoslsea, Mass., retnrnod homo last Thursday. Mrs. Harriot JUatcnoldor of Fram inghnui, Masa., who has beon caring for Mrs. L. O. Becdo, had tho nils fortuno to roooivo au iujury whilo in Montpolior the other day, maKiiig it uocessary for hor to romain in that oity threo or four days. Sho has ro tnrnod aud is caring for hor paiiont. Mrs. Myrtio Fowlor, who has boen vory sick, is reportod bottor. Edngr Martin of Manchostor, N. II., is spondiug a wook's vacatiou with his brothor, Orlando Martin. O. L. and O. L, Murtiu roturnod last Saturday from a threo weoks' visit to tho diH'oront fairs at which thoy oxhibited thoir thorouglibred stock. It is nudnrstood that thoy took a nnuibor of proniiums. Mrs. D. B. Smith is.suiroring a great doal with rhoumatism of lato. Sho has beon conflucd to tho houso niuch of tho timo for two wooks. Dr. Smith wout to Williamstown last Thursday to visit his brothor'a wito who has boou sick for 6omo timo past. O. S. Sowles roturnod on Mouday from Burlington to Marshflold. Bort Towusoud is shingliug' liis piazza. John Foss waa in Cabot last Mouday on businoss. Tho outortaiument givon last Satur day night in tho Mothodist church by tho Sturtevaut sistors and reading by Irvin Pottor was vory intorestiug al though thoro was a small attendauco. W. R. Dauforth has boeu in towu two days recently, stoppiug at tho Plain field Houae. Mr. aud Mra. Arthur Coburn aud Susio Kiser visited Mr. Ooburu's sou, Edgar, in Montpolior, ou Suuday. Tho ladica' aid sooioty will hold a busiuess mootiuc on Friday at 2 o'olock at tho Cougregatioual vestry. Saturday aftornoou tho Snuday school childrou aro to havo n harvcst festival aud auctiou salo. A good timo ia oxpocted. Rov. R. L. Sheair, formorly of Bartou, aud who of lato has boou snpplyiug in Maiuo, camo to Plainfield Tuosday night. Mr. and Mrs. Israol Wood of Orange wore in town on Sunday. Mr. Foss iB mowiug aud flxiug un tho oeiuotory which adds uiuch to its looks. A petitiou ia out uow for tho post- mastor to opon the oflice coitain hours on aunday. it is uucortaiu as yot what will bo dono. L. L. Knapp, wlio recontly movod to East Montpolior, was iu town on Monday atforuoou. Dr. Lazollo was in Barro ou Mou day. William Hnntoon is vory sick, threateued with puoumonia. He is uow cousidored a little bottor. . Rev. E. U. Walz was in Worcester last Thursday and spoko ou missious in tho place of Mr. Millor whowas.un- ablo to bo presout. Fred Fullor ofNorthilold and Olar- ouco Kompton havo rocontly bought horsos of Harry Parks. Mr Kemptou is to opon a livery stable at Bothel. GROTON. Mrs. J. R. Caldwoll of Topsham diod at hor liomo last Friday moruing aftor sovoral months' illuess. Mrs. Caldwoll waB a woman highly rospoct od by all who kuew hor. Sho leavos a husbaud, two daughtors, Eva, and Emma, a fathor and mothor, ' on brothor and ouo sistor. Tho fuuoral waB hold at the Mothodist churoh ou Sunday, Rov. A. J. Hough oflloiatiug, asiBtsod by Rev. J. G. MoOlollaud of Topsham, tturiai was in tno villago comotery. Tony Hart liaB movod his family from Abraham Morriaou'a to Mr. Hart'a on Pino stroot. Fred Kuox aud Miss Graue Maudi- go of Ryogato woro marriod recently. Artlinr Howland has movod fiom F. M. Pago's tonomout to Mauly UlarK's uonse. Mrs. Oole foll rocontly aud broko her log. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Orowu havo bogun housokeoping iu a teuomout of Mrs. li. li. UlarK in tho Uolfrin Mook Rev. Winslow Farinan will gio a looture on Fliil Hhorldau in tho Motli odist ohuroh, Tuosday ovoniug. Tho stoel lookup haa boou plaood in ono oi tho rooma rontou by u. m Olay in tho Hatoh bnilding. Mra. J. T. Dar,ling ia rooovoring irom nor reoent liinoBS. Artlinr Olough has a positiou as olork in tho storo of I. F. Pago of Monroo, N. H. Ho ia to tako hla brothor'a plaoo. Horatio Hoath of Boston. Maaa.. and Mra. 0. F. Robinaou of Montpo lior were at liomo cauod uy tno doatli ot thoir sistor, ura. j, it. Ualdweu. WASHINGTON. Frank Mllus took possosflion ol tho hotol Ootobor 1. E. F. Brown aud wifo visitod Mrs. Brown's paronta iu North Montpolior, Saturday and Sunday. Romombor that Friday night in ladios' night in tho Graugo. A good progam is boing propared. Frod Huntintgou aud family and Frank Hutohinson nnd Mabcl Ilansou wqnt to Fairloo lako, Saturday, ro turniug Monday. ,11a Dowuing waB homo froiu Goddard Sominary ou Sunday, Rov. Mr. Van Blarcom and family roturnod from thoii trip to Now Yoik Thursday night. Mrs. Elizaboth CnrtiB of Orango is viaitiug at N. B. Olough's and Alba Bohouon's for a fow days. On Saturday Goorgo Hnutintgou laid tho pipos from his spriug to tho parsonngo. Perloy Cloud, wifo and baby aro visitiug at G. A. Bohnouou's. Mrs. F. A Warnor will go to West Topsham noxt Monday with now mil liuory roady for tho soasou's domauds. BROOKFIELD. Sovoral froih this place attoudod tho "world's fair" atTunbridgo last Wcd uosday aud onjoyod n very uico timo. John Brown is vory poorly. Ho was conflucd to his bod sovoral days last wook. Mrs. Roso Edsou Stono is assistiuc iu tho hotel at Williamstown this v wook. Mr. aud Mra. Loug of Middlosox visited Mr. and Mrs, Will Haggott last weok. Mr. aud Mrs. O. T. Colby of Snna pee, N. II., aro visitiug Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Follausbeo. Mrs. Jano Brown Robiusou of North field spout two days last week with Mrs. Uynthia Kibbeo. Thoro is to bo a harvost sociablo aud salu of vogetables by tho ladica' aid sooioy of tho Socoud Cougregatioual church, at tho church parlors, this, Thursday ovoniug. Ladios, ploaso bring pio aud doughuuts. Evory ouo iuvitod. U. A. Olark is improving the looks of his villago houso with a uow coat of paint. Mr. aud Mrs. Thomas Oahill of Oharlestown, Mass., aro guosts of Mr. aud Mra. Goorgo Richards. Mrs. Savilla Groouo aud Miss Louiso Parmoutor aro spondiug two wooks with rolativos in uoncord, N. H. Tho departmout iusnuctor. Mrs. Anuio E. Worthiug of Montpolior, inspectod tho W. R. O. last Friday aftoruoon. Rollin Lyou of Northfiold visited frieuds iu tuwu last Thursday. Maious Pock has gono ou his Loug Island busiuess trip. Mrs. Fred Fullaui is visitiug hor sistor iu Natick, Mass. Waltor Howard of Spriucfleld. Mass., spout sovoral days with friouds liero last week. Mrs. O. M. Upharu and dauchter, Mary, atteuded the missionaiy meot ing at Bellows FallB last wook aud aro to visit rolativos iu Rutland aud Barro boforo roturuing homo. Miss Emily Allou has closod hor summor homo and roturmld last Satur day to Milford, N. H., whoro sho will spoud tho wiutor with hor dauglitor, jurs. Twiss. Mrs. E. H. Allis spent Bevor'al days with her sister in Brattleboro last weok. EAST CABOT. Mra. Hany Boyco haa boon staying tlio past wook with hor paronts at Plainfield. Mrs. Josso Wilson and dauchter of Marshfield aro staying for a fow days with hor fathor, M. P. Hall. Mrs. H. J. Quimby roturued to Barre last Thursday. Frank Ohandlor of Greensboro visit od his fathor, S. B. Ohandlor, ou Sun day. E. F. Olark was iu Morrisville last Saturday. Miss Lola Houghton was liomo from West Barnot last Snuday. E. H. Olark has sold liis farm to Goorgo Drow of Barro. Miss Julia Hoath roturnod from Pas- sumpsio on Mouday whoro sho has boeu visitiug hor sistor, Mrs. Oharlos Houghton. Miss Charlotte Burnham of Waldon was with Miss Flora Abbott last Sat urday and Sunday. Dr. StauloS Blauohard of Boaton aud his mothor, Mrs. A. M. Blauohard of Montpelier, were at E H. Olark' s a fow dayB last weok. Mrs. Heury Pago of Randolph visit od at W. I. Abbott's last week. Mrs. Frod RobrtB and ohild of St. Johusbury have beon staying fora few days with Mrs. E. F. Olark. Mr. aud Mrs. Will Hall aud daugh tor visited relativos in Calais last Sat urday aud Sunday. EAST CALAIS. Josoph Poraous had a valuable horso dio last Sunday. Froomau Gray rocontly fell from a load of coru aud fraotured a rib. A son was born to Mr. aud Mra. Archio PorsouH, Friday Oot. 2, woigh- tlng olovon pouuds. Dr. F. J. Galo and family leavo this weok for thoir new homo at New ton, Oonn. Prof. Oharlos I. Marsh, who has boen failiug for somo timo, ia now confinod to tho bod at tho homo of his sistor, Mrs. W. E. Blisa. Misa Hariiot Koyoa of Newbury and Mrs. Martha MoFetiidgo of Baraboo, Wia., viBltod last weok at tho homo of W. E. Blisa. NO REASONABLE MAN EXPEOTS to curo n noglootod cold in a day. But timo and Allou's Luug Balaam will oyorcomo tho cold. and atavo olt cou Bumptlon. Oough will coaao and lungs bo aound aa a uow dollar. Rioh men naturally acquiro o dls truBt of ruankind or olso go broko. Milwaukoo Sontinol. This will roinina you that tho pain of atruhiB. brulses and Biiraltii. common Inol- donta of aotlvo out-door lifo ls drawu from aohlng bodlea by I'erry Davls' Palu UlUer, aa a magnot drawa blta of lrou from tauu. Mather & Tcmple 18 and 20 Siafe Siiccl. Latest Styles Largest Assorlment Reasonablc Prices Wo aroylTi'rlng pomio oftlio groatost vulucs lnFursnvor shown In Montpelier. SPECIAL THIS WEEK ...FINH... SHOWIVG OV Brainard & Armstroag RESS SILKS Tho oldest and most roliah o Manu fnctiircra In tho world.We havo uxelu alvo salo of theso Silks in ttila olty. SEE WINDOW DISPLAY D MATHER MARSHFIELD. Olmrles K. Colo was at homo from Barro 011 Sunday. Olmrles Olark of Whitnian, Mass., is viaitiug at Mark Moars'. Bort Koitu of Barro was a visitor at Frod Tanuor's ou Sunday. O. E. Sliopard and Alp Lynos woro iu Ryogato for a day roceutly. Asa Spencer is now boardiug with Mrs. Luoiuda Parris. Mrs. Bortha Pitkiu recoutly pur chasod a piauo of Goorgo H. Wilder of Montpolior. Mrs. Jerusha Dwiuoll is visitiug Mrs. Jamos Dwinell aud other friouds iu Wiuchester, Mass. Attoruoy Fred Oarloton of Moutpo ilor aud P. T. Kollogg of Whitofield, N. H,. woro iu towu on busiuess, Mouday. Miss Mary Brown has gouo to Barro to bo omployod iu a millinory storo and will learu that busiuess. Mrs. Josso Wilson aud dangluor, Ella, spout last weok at thq homo of her fathor, Mark Hall, iu East Cabot. Tho Good Templars are orgauiziug for the preseutatiou of n draina iu tho uoar futuro. Mr. aud Mrs. Bessett of Barre were guosts of friendR iu towu tho early part ot tho week. Mrs. Bossott is bottor kuowu in this placo as Inoz Euglish. Mrs. H.'D. Colo is in Hardwick as aisting for a few days iu tho storo of hor fathor, W. L. Piorco. Mrs. L. M. Hoatluof Bothel visitod hor inothor, Mrs. R. MeAllistor, aud sistor, Mrs. B. B. Nownes, a part of laat weok, roturuing to her homo on Mouday. P. F. Whitchor oxpocta to raove his household oll'outs to his uow hotue in East Moutpelior this weok. Miss Mabol Yonug ie a visitor in towu. Sho is assistiug in caring for hor sister, Mrs. O. I. Preston, wlio is very ill with tnberculosis. Mrs. A. T. Davis and chilrdon wore guosts of Mr. aud Mr. Qeorgo U. An uas iu Moutpelior, a part of last week. Mrs. Lovina Paokor, who has ro ceutly boou quito seriously ill, is ro portod moro comfortablo. J. Ward Oarver was homo from Barro for a day's visit the paat wook. Alansou Sliopard aud f riond, Oharlos Kounody, aud Leslio Nowton of Mont polior wore in town ovor Snuday. Tho "Brooksido Farm" is tho uew aud vory appropnato uame which Eruost Rosobrook has glveii ,to his placo. Miss Emilia G. Freoman, a doacou oss from tho deaconoss' homo iu Bos ton, presented tho intorests of that causo at the Mothodist ohuroh Wod uosday ovouiug of last wook. Misa Loviua Kenastou has beon cou tiuuiug tho repairs abont hor place ou Oreamery street tho paBt week by hav ing a leugth of tlio sot iu the spriug aud tho wator couvoveo to tho cellar. From thore it will bo puraped to tho kitohen. A small audionco grootod t,ho "Stur tovant Sistors" at Marshall'a hall Fri day night. Thoy nre talontod youug ladios and with tho assistanco uf Irviu L. Pottor as roador gavo an ontertalu mout doaorving better patrouago. W. H. II. Moara haa rosumod work iu his brother's storo aftor boing out for sovoral wooks during whioh timo his attention lias boon largeiy ocon piod with town bnsiuess of the towu olork aud troasuror's oflico. Miss Graoe Oarr, who haa boen vis itiug hor mothor. Mrs. Graoo Oair, for a fow weoks, roturnod to Worces ter, Masa., Haturday. MossrB. Buxtou and Morrill oxneot to havo connectiou with the Molly's Falla Tolephono lino this wook. Thoir instrumont will bo conneotod diroot with tho villago lino, knowu aa lino No. 3. S. A. Batohelder and E. Bartlett of Plainfield wero in town Monday to attond tho stookholdors' mootiug of tho Molly's Falls Elootrio Liglit and Powor Oompauy. frhn ni-niinrfrxT nti TCnat ATntnVat.rnnf formerly owuod and ocouplod by tho "V " 1 S 1 1 J , iv ,.1 1 laiU JUBUpil Y11SUU 1H UUUIOU lUt IUI1U by AdminiBtrator O. O. Pitkin. Thia proporty rnuat bo aold tto oloso tho es tato. Tho advortlsomeut appoara elao whoro in thia papor. Fred Perrin and W. H. H. Smith. audltorsfor tho Molly'a Falla Oorpora tion, havo beon at work upon tho Mather & lemple (8 and 20 Siatc Strect. CLOAKS, STJITS f FURS 13 jAJSTJD 20 STATE mOLlUEIT booka of tho pompany rho past week to mako roport at the stookholdors' auuual mootiug which was hold at the olllco of M. E. Bockloy, Mouday aftor 110011. W. E. Larubertou wout to Boston ou Monday to mako purchaso of a car load of horsos. IIo has leasod tho baru at tho rosidouco occupiod by tho lato Nellio D. Moars iu which to stablo thein. E. S. Swordfeger was iu Hardwick 011 Monday. S. H. Packor has sold abont (on acres of tillago aud tweuty acreH of pastnro laud to Samuel Bomis. Tliis proporty is situated uorthwest of tho main homo farm proporty. Writiugs wore mado ou Mouday. Samuel Bomis nnd Samuel Colo havo aold thoir falls proporty situated on the Molly's Falla brook just abovo the datn of tho Molly's Falls electrio plant, to P. T. Kollogg of Whitefiold, N. H. Considoratiou, $800. Writiugs were ninde Monday aftornoou. Our formor towusmau S. S. Packor, uow of Fiskdalo, Mass., has boon a wolcouie visitor iu towu tho past wook. Ho also recoguizos iu the Watchman aud Jourual tho best uie dium for keopiiig in touch with the daily happouiugs at his former homo, the lor.als thereiu for a short timo making him feol liko "Back Amoug the Old Folks Ouce Agaiu." Mrs. E. L. Burnham is speudiug tho woek with her mothar, Mrs .Laura Gould, iu East Hardwick, Miss Auua Burnham nnd Miss Joso phiuo Nuto aro visitiug iu Burlington aud will attoud tho great music fes tival which is to bo held in that oity this weok. At tho auuual scookholdeers' moot iug of tho Molly's Falls Electrio Liglit aud Powor Compauy, which waa hold at M. E. Bookloy'a ollice Mouday af tornoou tho followiug ofllcors for tho year eusuiug woro eectod: Directors; J. W. Moars, O. D. Oolo, M. D. Wor ren, S. A.. Batohelder aud M. E. Bock loy. Auditors; W. H. H. Smith aud Arch Batcholdor. The meeting was adjouruod until Tuosdav Oct. 20, at which timo it is oxpected that cousid orablo importaut busincss now uudor advisenieut .will bo takou np aud dis posed of. . Doputy Sheriff Littlo of North Moutpelior was iu towu Saturday in search of a porsou who had boeu pilfer ing pumpkius aud other gardou truck betwoou Moutpelior nud East Mout pelior villago nnd offoring it for salo in the last uamod place. Sheriff Littlo got traco of his man as far as E. A. Rosobrook 'b. thoy having soen tho party pass there abont six in tho ovon ing but no clno could bo obtaiuod bo youd. At ouo placo tho man stoppad with his wares he gavo a flctitious uanio and his residonce as Oabot. The local oorrospondeut of the Hard wick Ga.otto gives notico iu lust wook's issuo that "Insurauco Ageuts aro awanuiug. " Should any of our readors happou to bo the objoot abont whioh thoy appoar to wish to liglit mako suro of the quoon boo by sub scribiug for an Accnmulation and In vostmont polioy iu tho New York Life lnsnranco Compauy aud "Do It Now" with A. T. Davis, the local ropro soutative, aud you will be stuug no moro with thcughts of what wonld koep your family iu comfortablo oir cumatancoa in eveut of your early doath, SOUTH RYEGATE. A largo dologatiou from this placo attoudod tho muoral sorvico of Mrs. J. R. Caldwoll of Topsham, hold in the MothodiBt ohnrcli at Grotou last Sunday. Mrs. Caldwoll waa a rosi dout of this town for sevoral years aud waa luuoh roapeoted by all who know her. A D. Grant 1p soou to build a uew blaoksmith shop uoar Forsyth'a feod storo whoro ho will do job work of all kiuds aud mako now and ropair stono cutters' tools. His maohinory will como Monday moruing. Mr. Frasor haB tlmbor for his new dorrlck roady to sot up as econ aa his oaatiuga como. Ho will build a now shod in the uoar futuro 20x60 foot noar M. T. MoDonald'a shod. Tho ladios' aid of tho Reformed Prosbytoriau ohuroh will moot with Mra. M. F. MoPouald Friday aftor uoon. Tho ladica' aid of tho Prosbytoriau ohuroh will moot with Mra. Libby, Thursday aftornoou. A daughtor waa born at the homo of Mr. and Mra. E. Motoalf laat woek Mather & Temftle 18 and 20 Slatc Slrcct. Havo you gocn our llim of VELVETEEN WAISTS Fivo 8tyli( $3 50 to 5 00 Tho laVgo 1111111 lr wo are soll hig t o 11 s tho ?tory. DRESS GOODS ANI TRIMMINGS Handsomo Zibolines from 85o-$1.50 per yard See our beautiful lino of Applique Trimmings. Black,White antl Colors TEHPLE Rov. M. Winslow Fnrman gavo his famons lecturo 011 Phil' bhoridau at tho Roformod Prosbytoriau church last Monday ovouiug to a good houso. A part of the pmceeds wout for the beuofit of tho publio library. Miss McOall wont to a hospital in Now York last Thursday for treatmout. Maggio Boaton rotnrned homo from Ilull, Mass., last weok. Rov. Mr. Steel from Now York has boeu holdiug evangelistio meetings hero for two weoks past. A uuion meotiug first week iu tho Roformod Prosbytoriau church, the next iu tho Presbytoriau church. The result has beon very satisfactory to both of tho churches; also, to Brother Steol. Col loctious takeu up at dill'oront time duriug these nioetiugs to dofray ox ponses amouuted to $100. Mr. Steel ieft hero;iast Mouday moruiug for New York Stato, tvhorn ho is to hold a se ries of meotiugs begiuuiug Oct. 7. Couimuuiou services willbo held iu tho Prosbytoriau chnrch next Sunday j proparatory services Saturday aftor noou. A Bupper aud outortaiument will be givou at the vestrv of tiie Presbyterian church, Friday eveuiug, from 5 to 8 o'clock. Last Saturday aftornoou, Oct. 3, abont 143 people gathored at tho homo of Mr. A. O. James on Jeiferson Hill to say goodby to William Peach of Orogou aud Oharlos Georgo aud wife of Dakota. These people came from Barnet, Ryegate, Topsham aud over the towu of Newbury uud wero highly eutertaiued iuvarious waye uuder tho directiou of Daniel Taisy, who mau agod tho affair. Sevoral speeches wero mado, John Bailoy of Wells River gavo a brief history of the Peach fam ily and tho ueighborhood aud its sur rouudiugs sixty years ago, whou ho was a boy aud lived there. William Poach followed with his early life.and prospority in tho westeru world since, stating that ho rau away from Wells River fifty-ouo years ago that day aud it was aglorious ruu (or him. He had nover boen back hero siucj until this spriug. He thought aud advised that it would be bottor for more of the youug Peaches, olso othor youug mon iu this'sootinu,to pull upstakes and do likewise. Thou a short speoch by Oharlos Goorge of Dauota, whoso wife was a daughtor of Johu Peach. He cavo a little talk ou his ea'rly lifo and his prospority in tho west that was quite intorestiug. Soveral declama tions aud reoitatious by tho youuger folkB that followed wero very appro- priate tor tho oooasiou. it was au good aud thore was besidos somo very fluo singing by the West Newbury people. Old Uuolo Johu Wallaco with his violiu aud Misa Adelaide Jamos with two old fashioued songs and threo reoitatious called forth mnoh laughter aud hcarty cheors. Last but not loast waB a grand feast Buch as uoiio.bu't tho Peaoh family aro capablo of getting np. A largo tablo was sproad in a beautiful applo orclmrd uoar the house and it was just loaded down with a thousaud aud ono other artioles too numerous to meution your corrospondont has uot beeu very huugry aince. Thou a hearty haud shake aud a goodby between friends,niany of whom will uovor uioet uuder liko cir oumstances agaiu iu this world, closed ono very happy occasion. CORINTH OORNER. P. E. Goodwin aud Arthur Morrill mado a busiuess trip to Barro ou Wod uesday. Murdoch McKeuzioaud Georgo Hig gius uf Worcester, Mass., aio spondiug this week with Mr. aud Mra. Dmald MoKouzio, pareuts of the formor. H. W. Ohaluiers was at South New bury ou businoss last weok. Mr. and Mrs. Olmrles Harriugton aud childreu aro visitiug at tho hoinea of Mr. Harriugtou'a sistor, Mrs. 0. W. Bryau, aud Mrs. Hurrjugtou's sia tor, Mrs. Frod Worthley. Lyinau Portor ia makiug extousive ropaira ou tho baru of Will Davia in Olielsoa. Mr. aud Mra. H. W. Ohalmera and childreu roooutly visited at O. E. Whito'B, South Corinth and 0. H. Motcalf 'a iu East Corinth. Mr. aud Mrs. J. F. Morlll attended Tunbridgo fair laBt woek. Mra. Lowia Oadaretto of Franconia, N. H., rocontly visited hor daughtor, Mra. P. E. Goodwin, roturuing home on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. E. 0. Woods and chil drou, who havo beon boardiug at Ly man Wilsou's, roturued to their homo iu Concord, N. H., ou Thursday. Mr. and Mra. Ourtia Oarpouter visit ed at Mr. Bohouon's in Washington on Sunday.