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VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, TIIURSDAY, MAY 26, 1904. mm You should bake at home; you get purer and better food. But look well to your baking pow der! It is a most important ingredient in your baking, and one very apt to be adulterated. Be sure it is made of pure cream of tartar. The best way to be absolutely cer tain is 'to buy Cleveland's, well known to be a pure, cream of tartar baking powder, and the strongest and most wholesome made. WILLIAMSTOWN. There will be nnioti Momorinl ser vices At tho MethodiBt clinrch noxt Snnday morniug, 10:-16. Rev. D. H. Stroug will prench. The mnsio ou tho occasion, ns well as nt the exer oisos at tho town hnll ou next Mon day nfteriioou, will be uuder tho di reotiuu of Mrs. J. K. Lynde. Kov. J. O. 'Jherbnriio of St. JohnsburY, will delivor the addrees nt tho towii liall ou Mondiiy nfternoou. Rev. F. E. Onrrier, nt lnst ac couuts, expeotod to stnrt homewnrd froin sonthorn Cnliforuia the flrst of this week. Ho plaua to visit Pike's Penk, Deuver, Kausas Oity. nnd tho St. Lonis Exposition on tho wny nud may be homo tho lnst of iioxt week. Wo judgo that his trip, thus fnr, has beeu a very eujoyable 0110. He made n short visit at tho homo of Mrs. Ella Benodict,Gri!lln, in Wliittier, Ual , nnd white ilshing, uut far fiom Snu Diego, helped to pnll in a llsli tlint weighed tweuty-eight ponuds. Of courso he has taken in what ho conld of the Methodist Genoinl Gouference nt Los Angoles. Rov. Jnson 0. Brigga, of Somerville, Mnss , preached at Northfield, last Snnday, and he is expeoted to visit here, this weok. Miss Edunh DicbenBon is thonght to bo improving at thia time, and the mauy good wiBiios of her friends ahonld speed her on a rotnrn to health. Tho flrst of this week the president of her clnss at Montpelier Seminary oalled on her at her home here. He was accompanied by a lndy friend. Oharles Hayward tolls of tho con tinuiug improvement of tho health of his wife. Mrs. Gllbert O. Smith, now of Montpelier, has rooently been, for some days, nt the homo of her dangh ter, Mrs. Denny Briggs, of onr plnoe. Frank H. Martin, at liis anction salo, last week, realized an nvorage of a little over $35 eaoh for somo twenty cows. He is about to como to the village to livo, for the present, and will havo his homo with his sis ter, Mrs. Heury J. Lasell. He will a8sist his fathor, Ophir S. Martin, in the work pertuiuing to his meat mar-ket. .. THE COHEECT .. 3E To Purchase A Parm "We were never so well situated to give : : : you your money's worth as now : : : 45 acre place with a set of buildings which would cost three times as much as the price asked. Will keep about six cows and team. Wood enough for place and quite a quantity of fruit. Brick house which contains eleven rooms, Three barns besides carriage house. Both house and barns are in good condition. Place is located only about 6 i-2 miles from Barre city, and from 3 i-2 to 4 miles from Plainfield. Near school and in good neigh borhood. Price, only Sl IOO- Terms, about $500 down 85 acre place i i-2 miles from N. Montpelier, about 2 1-2 miles from E. Montpelier, and three miles from Plainfield. Will keep about 15 cows and team. Buildings in extra good condition, 1 1-2 story house, well painted and blinded. Two good barns with basement. Good silo. Plenty of wood for place. This property is located on a good road near school, and in good neighborhood. Price, S2500 100 Acre Farin for $500. Terms, $100 Balance in small annual payments. Will keep eight cows and team. Large quantity of hard wood. Buildings are com fortable. Place is located only 2 1-2 miles from post office. Would you not like a complete description of these properties? If you would, just step into our office or send us a card and we will cheerfully mail them to you. D. A. PERRY, REAL ESTATE ACENCY. Barre Vt. Room 8 and "Gordon Block. Rain, sunshine eto., aro rojoiciug tho lioarts of all horo in tho springing grass, tho growing toliago, tho blos soming frnit trees. aud tho liopes on kindlod of nn abnndnut hnrvest of tho good things of flelds nnd gnrdens. We liave uo idoa that it was the fanlt of n certain incnbator in onr village, that hnd taken fifty eggs iuto U iietrt, aud retnrnad oue chickon for tliem, bnt it, somehow, does ro- call "tho moantain that was in tra vail, aud bronght forth a monse. " Mips Mariou Horsford, tho Baccess fal hoad of onr high sonool dopart- meut, is taking n few weeks of her snnmier vaoation here in onr village Mrs. Henry Erskiue has been the gnest, ot late, of hor sister, jMrs. Her- bort u. Platt. Messrs. George Crnno of Brookfield and, Ohamborlain of Washington were in town last weok, in the interests of tho Orange Oonnty Telephono Gom pauy. Tliey flnally arraned with Miss Millio Drnry to retain thocharge of tho contral oillco, iu tho Beckett blook. A petitiou lias been in oirualation for a tree inral delivoiy of mail iu onr town. Mrs. Marion Brnco Eathan died lnst Monday morning at the homo of her sister, Slrs. Thomas Poland, in onr villago, after n long nnd pninfnl "iokneas. She wns bnried on Tues day, Rev. D. H. Strong oCQoiating nt hor fnnernl. She left ono danghter, a brothor, and two sisters, and was herself n danglitor of the late Albert Brnce. Slio telt that death would be a welcome roloase. ITALIAN SIIOT THltEE. Oumberland, Md., Mny 23. Lonis Limpo, nn Itnlinn, mnrdered three other Itnlians at Elklick, Pa., last evening. Dolconi, an Itnlinn wns gathoring flowers in the front of Lim po's resldenoe and becnnse he refnsed to leave Limpo, sliot him dend. Dong nino nnd Oapoln, two other Italinns, interfered and wero shot dead by Limpo, who mado his escnpo to tho monntains. All wero miners with fnmilies. RIOKER MILLS. Alfred Riokor nud family visitcd his nunts, Mrs. Nolllo Hood, nud Mrs. Mnroin Riokor, lnst week. Tlio mill had n hrcnk down that dolnycd snwlug n few dnys rocontty. J. O. Hnrvey expccts to attond oourt at St. Jolutshnry as ono of tho potit jnrors tho 1st of Jnue.' E. L. Rowo was at Mrs. Rioker's on Suudny, with his family, who ato stopping with hor mother for a few weoks. H. M. Rickor was in Montpolior recontly. Tlio United States post olllco in spcctor wns at, Groton poud recontly to seo about arfnuging for nn oflico at that placo. Ho nlso oalled at tho Rioker Mills oflico. Mrs. Vira Anuis visited Mnry An nis over Sundny. Mrs. Gould nnd Miss Jones returnod to their homo nt Hillsboro, N. H., ou Tuesday. FAYSTON. Mrs. Dr. Higby of St. Pnnl, Minu., visited friends in town last week. Mrs. Higby will bo favorably remeni- berod as Miss Bell Davis, n formor sncceBsftil teacher iu this town. Hngh Bnird lins eold his fnrm to tho McOulloutrh Brothers for $1,800. Mr. Baird will move to tho placo ho pur oliased last year from Audrew Blair's estnto. Wo nre sorry to lose Mr. Baird nnd his estimnblo family, as he was born iu this town and has lived horo nearly fifty years, faithfnlly 1111 ing somo of tlio most important ofllcos iu the town. Oharles Lnwrence.who wasreported to havo pnrohnsed tlio John Ferris fnrm iu Waitsfield, hns decidod that ho does not wnut tlio placo and as no monoy wns pnid down tho bnrgnin will fall throngh. Tho road maohiue was startcd last weok, George Cota and Joo Oorliss fnrnislnng tho teams aud John McKny aud Artliur Liviugstou throwing ont tho stones and smoothing tho road. NORTH MONTPELIER. Or. Frank Everotte and wifo of Castleton spent Thursdny nnd Fridny nt George Kelton's. The promonade nnd dance, given by the band last Thursday evening, wns onjoyed by n largo orowd. The boys olenred $12. Artliur Olnrk and Dennis Gray begin work this week for Sain Meader, Mrs. George Kelton Btarts for Hinoabnrgh on Wednesdny for a two weeks' visit nt her brother's , F. H Patriok. The flrst rteeting of the season was lield last Snnday, with a good nttend nnce, tho Rev. Alven Smith as pastor, Tho meetings will be held at 1 :30 p m., onoo in two weeks. EAST CALAIS. Sorviceq nt 10:45 next Snnday morning by Rev. A. M, Smith. Mnrous Keuniston has hirod tho room formerly occnpied by the Good Templars and is keeping honse. Ivan Urny rodo to tho village the flrst of tho week for the flrst tim after a illness of several months. Mrs. Mnndnna Adams is ill again threatened with pnenmonin. Almn Leonard is taking care of her. Mrs. Cnrtii Eastmau recontly joino her hnsbaud nt their cottage at Lak Caspian. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dwinoll wont to Hardwink on Friday, remnining over Snnday at the homo of W. L, Pieroo. Tho Calais cornet band will give a promonndo in Lamb's hall noxt Fri day ovening and the Good Templars aro to serve refreshments. Mrs. John Gilman is tohavooharge of tho books of tho oironlating library and tlicy hnvo been convenieutly plnced in tho front cornor rooin in her honso. Llbrnry days nro Wed nosdays aud Saturdays. NEWPORT.. Tlio Newport high sohool baso ball team played tho Enosbnrg Falls team on tho hoinp ground last Sntnrdny resnlting In a sooro of 11 to 5 in favor ot Euosbnrg boys. Tho Memorlnl Dny exeroiBOS will bo hold in Odd Follows hnll Friday morning. Tlio sohool will pnrtioipato in tho oxoroisos. D. W. Hildreth, pnbllaher of tho ExpresB and Standnrd has booglit Rnu uey & Oo.'s bnsiness, nud nsv soou ns repairs nro comploted, will movo Into the Btoro ooopnied by Rannoy & Go, W. W. rrno is uuuaing n snmmor oottago on tho BlutT. Miss Boatrioo Bigolow is the pos soBsor of a handsomo Sliotland pony pnrohaBOd by her fathor, O. F. Blgo low, in Ontario. Onr popnlar florist, H. J, Ball, hns a flno fihowiug of cnt flowers and plauts iu tho atoro formerly oconplod by tho post oflico in the Trno & Blan ohard blook. Dr. Robert MaoDuoald of Sutton, P. Q,, was oalled to town on Satur day to visit tho ohild of Mrs. Jonrjie Anderson, A sad aooidont ooonrred on Monday tho 28rd at tho grnnite qnarry when Poroy Tomplo of Oliarloston, n young mun, was instnntly killod by a Btouo falllug from the denlok. His body was badly ornahed. Learn to Write SHOW CARDS I HIIARANTPP to mnke a koo1 nliow cnrd I rlKhtdl system ot MAIIj INBT1VOCTION. 1 Uoiirmir conslsta or mty iPdsons. iiiiiBiratcu Dy Treh rrom tho lmsli ''reprodnctlons. liequiri-s nlwolutply no tatont or prcvlona trntnlntr. Any lri(iht man or woman ran learn tlils fasclnatlnff, protltablo nrt. llvery morchant mnt liave ihow eardK, or 11 thovr rnrrt wrlter. IadicBl lam tlils redned, innnpy-makinK tmslnoFB. Coinplcto outflt Trce to ntmlcmii. IlarniTiKS $2 to $5 per day In yonr owntom. Tnltion fpe low, terms casy. Writofor clrculars, testtmonlals, elc. lool iioNltlonn Q. W. M1LLER COLLEQE (Incori) 72-4 Journal UulldlnET, - BOSTON, MASS. WEST BRADFORD. S. H. Mnrtin of Verslilro wns iu town ono dny lnst week. Miss Gertrade Worthou retnriied hoino last Friday after spending two weeks in Peterboro nud Concord, N. H. A. O. Kidder visited Dr. Oharles Worthen at White Rivor last Friday. Mrs. Will Oorlies is ill with tho grip. Miss Elsto Thurston is nt work for Georgo Bndmin for n few weeks. . John Vermonth is spending a fow weeks wivh his sistor in Keono, N. H. Mrs. Ohnrles Shnmway went to White Rivor Junotiou ono dny last weok. EAST ELMORE. J. R, Parker of Morrisville is rnu uiug the saw this spring. Rov. Mr. Smith of Worcester gavo ns a very intortsting scrinon on Snn dny from Psalm 50-22. He will be horo aga'iu'nost Snnday at 2,80. All aro cordially invited to hear liim. Two of Will Emerson's ohildron liave puenmonia. Mrs. Ernost Lawrence is considor- ably better so she sits np two or three honrs a day. George Fisko ot Woroester waB in tho placo on Snnday and attended ohuroh. John DeFnria's little danghter is ill, threatened with pnenmouia. G. A. Morse of Morrisville is haV' ingh is honse horo pnpered and paiut ed and somo ropairs on tho ontside made. P. A. Hollenbeck has had tho "Annt Nauoy" honse papered and painted thronghout. The saw mill started np last week doing a pretty good job after standing idle all wintor. CORINTH. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Belroso of Barre haveboen visiting Mr. and Mrs. Corydon Sleeper. ' Miss Lnoy Morso has retnrned to B B. Soribner's after soveral weeks' ab sonco. Mr. nnd Mrs. L. M, Edson attended the tnneral ot Mrs. Enooh Martin in Washington on Mny 7. Miss Oaroliue Oooke arrived home on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Thurbor and danghter were guestB at F. W. Thur- bor's on Sunday. Mr. Jewell of Lawrenco, Mnss., 1b visiting .his brothor, Georgo A, Jow oll. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jaokman are visiting iu Lebanou, N, H, WEST DERBY! L. P. Brooks has eoltl his honso to Mr. Anbin of Nashnn, who will tako possessiou soou, Oowiu Joimo retnrned to his homo in Boston laFt Thnrsday. Helen Wnkeflold spent Snnday with hor parents in North Troy. Mr. nnd Mrs. Halo Mason hnvo ro- turued from their visit to Bostou. Mrs. Moody Kimball 1b qaito ill with mnscnlar rhonmatism. Rdv. E. Magraff narrowly escaped sbrious injnrios last Snnday aftornoon, Whilo proparlng to retnru homo aftor his Borvices his horsse became fright oned as it was boing baokod from tho shed in the rear of tho Bapciat chnrch, and ran throngh tho yard of Rov. Edwin Blako, throwing Mrs. Mnrgrnff out of tho oarringo. Tho nuimnl was booii oanght aftor douiol ishiug tho vohiolo. Happily Mr. Margrall oscaped with only n sovoro slinking np, Last Wednesdny ovneing will ho loug remembe'red by mombers of West Dorby Oanip of Woodmen ns it mnrks tho datu ot tho most onjoyablo sooial gntlioring bIiioo tho iustitution of tho local camp. After tho regnlar rit ualletio work, rofroslimonts wero Horvod oonsisting of oako, etrawborrics and oream. , BROOKFIELD. GoorRe Lynde ot Williamsowtu was in town the flrst of tho weok, Morton Ohaso lost one of his nioo work iiorsos last Thnrsdny ; causo of death, pnonmonla. Mr. nud Mrs. Georgo Crnno visited nt Georgo Donny's in Northfield lnBt Satnrdny, MIbs Fnnuio Britton hns gono to Randolph Oontor to work for Mr. nnd Mrs. Georgo Templo. Luoy, danghter of Mr. nnd Mrs. H. H, Fnllam, who has been ill nt her grnndfnthcrs' iu Snowsvlllo tlio pnst three wooka, wns ablo to rldo homo lnst Sundny. Mr. nnd Mn. J.. W Pnrnionter wero with friends in Northfield two dnys rooently. Mrs. Floronco Shonks, who hns spent several weeks in Williamstown, roturntd to hor liomn horo tho flrst of tho weok. Claroncn Bartlett of Barro was nt F. W. Holt's ono day last weok. Olaytou Tnckor with his mothor and little son, wero with friouds horo last Snnday. NORTH CALAIS. Mrs. Georgo Sponcer wns in Mont polior n few days last weko. Tho millinory at S. B. Fair's is from tho MieBes Ingalls nud Kout of Lnkeporr, N, II. MIbb Roso Gilkey visited at A. M. Oamerou's last Satnrday. Rov. J. D. Waldron of Hardwick will proaoh tho Momorial sormon Mny 21) nt two p. m. nnd W. A. Graham of Hardwick will deliver the addross on Momorial Day. L. K. Martin nnd wifo .of Hardwick nnd 0. F. Bonrd woro nt S. B. Fair's ou Sundny. ritizEs for ruriLS. The Eorios of prizes that liave been offerfd to tho pupils in tho pnblio schools ot tho Statc, mention of which wnB mndo in tho Jonrual of May 24, is given by tho Vermont dopartmeut of tho Grand Army, with a view to awakoniug an interest in tho minds ot the ohildreu in patriotism and thus olevating their conoeption of and quickeuing thoir desire to nttain to good oitizenship. The prizes aro divided into three olnsseB of ten eaoh. Tho flrst olass conshti of caah prizes of 5 each, with cortificates; tho Eccond, eoleced books, with cortificates; tho third, cortificates of honorablo mentiou. Twelvo prizes go to high sohool stndontB nnd elghteon nre for gram mar echool pupils. Any of the ohild reu in tho pnblio sohools in tho State or thoso in privnto sohools, whose fuition in ncndemies is pnid ont of pnblio fnuds, mny competo. A com mitteo will be appointed to nward tho prizes. Tho essays mnst bo Bnbmitted to tho State snperinteudent on or bo fore November 1. Essays nre limited to 800 words, and mnst bo sigued with a fiotitions name and accompanied by a plain sealed envelope contnining tho writer's real and fiotitions names and his school and personal history, also a certiflcate from tho teaohor oertifyiug that tho writor is a pnpil in tho sohool aud that to the best ot the tcaclier's knowledgo tho eseny is originnl. Tlio subjects on ono of which eaoh essay muBt bo writton, aro as follows: Vermont in tho Oivil War, General Georgo J. Stannard, Tho Mnklng of Vermont, The Green Mountaiu BoyB, The Battle of Bennington, Vermont ers in the Battle ot GettyBbnrg, Ethan Allen, Seth Warner, Thomas Chitten den, Jnstin S. Morrill, Tho Oregon and Oaptain Olnrk, The Battle of Maniln Bay, Our War Govornors, Pre-Memorial Day in Vermont, "Unolo Sam's Yonng Army," Why Wo Honor the Flag.Abraham Lincoln, UlyBseB S. Grant, Benjamin Franklin, James Russoll Lowell, Daniel Wob stor, Tho Lesson ot the Oivil War, The Bronze Buttou, Tho Grand Army ot 1904, The Lonisiana Purjhnso, General George H. Thomas, Willinm Olark, Tho Wnr of tho Revolntion, The Spanish-Amorican Wnr, Tho Lessons of Peace, Patriotto 'SougB, Our National Emblem, In writing to the teaohers of tho Stato on tho snbjeat of Pro-Meniorinl Day, Mr. Rangor sets forth eloqnently tho beneflcent iuflnonces that como from Momorinl Dny obBorvnucos in onr sohools. His pnragraph renda as follows: " Vermont has rearod mauy oostly monnments to tho momory of her Boldiers of tho oivil war, hor ora torBand writers havo again and ngnin paid loyal tribute to thoir honor, aud eaoh now Momorial Day n gratoful aud loyal peoplo, follnwing tho lines of vetorans, place flowers npon thoir honorod graves; but there onn bo no finor tribnte, no pnror honor, no swoeter rovorenoo thnn that ollorod them by tho Bohool ohildien and yonth of our State, gnthored in thoir sohool-homes ou Pro-Memorlnl Dny, tho sohool's "Sabbath of patriot ism." In this beantitnl memorlnl tho hearts of onr yonng peoplo will be tonohed by its lioly inspiration ; tlicy will grow moro klndly, moro revorent, moro loyal to home, oonntry nnd Qod; in their llvos will bo per potuatod thoso mauly virtues that mako tho grand passion of patriotism ; and thus enshrining in hnmau hearts will be the moro boantifnl and en dnring momorial that Vermont giveB to her patrlots." Augnstn, Ga,, May 25. A milllon dolUr flre reported this morning at GroonMrood, S. 0. Legal Notices. COMMISSIONKUS' NOTICK. ESTATE OFANOIK Jf. Itll'I.KY. ..Tlio Jinilcrtlimcil, IwtImk bccn nppolntPU by tho IJon. Probatc Court for tlio Ulttrlct ol Wanhlnaton Conimlsloiicr. to recelvo. cxwiilno tnl niyuil nll clalmmnil ileniiul9 nrall neraons ainlntt the cttato orANdlUJI. MPI.KY, fate or WorccHcr. Iu f I'lstrlct (Icceascdjnndnll clnlms cslilliltcd ln oflset tnercto, licreby frtve notlca that wo will nuct for tlio purposea aforcanld, t tbullureor II. I). Vull, In the town of Worcostf r In lal.l UUtrlct, on tho 28th day of Jlay, and 12th day of Octobor, noxt from 1 o'clock r. r. untll fi o'clock p. M., cach oftalddaya and that alx montha from the 12th day of Aprll.A. I). 11NM, la the tlmo llmltcd by aald Courtfor eald crcdltorato prcaent their clalma to us for oxamlatlon anl allowance. 9I)atcd at Worcester, this lDthday ot May, A. D. , ' IIE.VItV I). VAIL,ICommla. Sl-M IIAllltV HALL, iloncra ESTATE OF KATE WEEKS. COHHISnlONIH'S NOTICK. The underalinied hailnK been appointed by the Hon. Trobate Court for the Ulstrlctof Waahlnjrtou. Coratulsaloncra, to rccelve, exandne and adjuat al clalma and demandaor all peraona nxalnat tho eatate Jf KATE WEEKS. late of Calais, In aald Dlstrlct, deceascdt and all clalma exhlblted In offset thcrcto. hcreby (jIto notlce that we will tnect for the purposea afortaatd, at tho atorn orW. II. Ualley, In tho town of Calais, In aald Ulatrtcl, on the lCth day of Junn and 3rd day ot N'ovcmbcr, next, from 1 o'clock r. t. untll o'clock r. M.. each of aald daye, and that alx montha from tho bth day of May, A. 1) 1CC4, ls the tlmo llmlttd by aald Court for aald crcdttora to present their cfalma to ua tor cxaniln atlonand allowanco. Dated at Calais, thla 20th day ofMay A. U., 1904. AI.IlEItT C. I1L1SS. ( Comriil 21-23 wal,i,auu w. ftOYiss, l alonera. E&TATE OF CYItUS FAIINSWOUTII. State or Vkhmont. DisTittcT or Washington, b. b. In Probato C'otirt. held at Montpelier, In and for sahl Dlstrlct on the 21st day of May, A. U. 19C4. James K. I'lrle. Admlnlstrator ot tho estatc of CYItUS FAKNSWOHTII. late !of Calali, In sahl Dlstrlct, deceascd. makes uppllcatlon to aald Court, with the consent aud apprubatlon In wrltlnx of the wldow and hclra of aald deceaaed, re8ldlne ln the Stato of Vermont, fnr llrpnsR in nntf all of tiic real estata of snlil ileeeasil. nltiiAtiw! In Calnls, In aald Dlstrlct. to wlt: Iloiue fnrm, In cludlnK tho Interest of the wldow of sald deceased thereln nnd tho homcslead rlght, renretcntlni; inai ino aaie mereoi wouui ue oenenciai to tho wldow and hcirs ot aald deceased. and thnse ln- tereated ln her eatate, In order to conyert aald rcai csiaie niio moncy. Whereunon. ltlsordered by aald Court. that aald appllcatlon bo referred to a seaslon thereof, to be held at the Probato oflico. ln sald Montnellnr. on the lltli day of Jiine, A. D. 10UI, for hearlm; anu uecision mereon; anii, n is rurincr oruereu that all rtersons lnterestctl be notlfled bcreof.bv nub- ltcatlon of notlce of sald appllcatlon and order thereon three weeks auccesslvely In the Vebmont Watciiman anu State Jouiinal, a newspaper publlahcd at Montpelier, In thla Statc, and which clrculates ln the neiehborhnod of those lnlerc&ted bcfore aald tlme ol bearlnfr, that they may appear at aaiu iuue auu iui:e, nnu, u lliey sce cause, ODec( mereio. I!y tbeCourt.-Attest. 51-J3 IIIItAMCAItLETON, JudRO, Notice op Fihst Mketinu of Ciikditohs. In tho Dlstrlct of the United States, for thc uisinci 01 veruioni. in iianKrupicr. ln the matter of LUC1AN A. DOWNIXO, bank runt. To tho credltors of LUCIAN" A. DOWNINO, of PlatnBeld, In the County of Washington aud Dlstrlct iiforesald a bankrunt. Notlce Is hereby gtven that on the 17th day of March. A. D., 1904, the sald LUCIAN A. DOWN INUwas dulyadjudged bankruptt and that thellrtt meetlng of his credltors will bo held at tbe office or the undcrslgned, Itoom No, 6, U. S. Post Offlco llulldlng. Montpelier, on the 4th of June, A. 1 D. 1M4, at ten o'clock In the forenoon, at which tlme the sald credl Itors may attend. prove their clalma. appolnt a trustee, examlne the bankrupt, und transact aucb other bualnesa as may properly come beforo aald meetlng. EDWAKD II. DEAVITT, Keferee ln Ilaukruptcy. Montpelier. Vt. May 21, 1904. Notice ofFinalMeetinoof creditors. In the Dlstrlct Court of tho United States, for the Dlstrlct of Vermont, ln Ilaukruptcy. ln the matter of FliANK T. McJAItETT, bank runt: To tho credltors of FRANK T. McJAItETT. ot Montpelier, In the County of Washington and Dls trlct aforesald, a bankrupt. Notico Is hcreby glvcn that T. Itcdfleld Phllllps, truatee of tho aald bankrupt. haa flled ln court hla flnal account, and a meetlng of the credltora of the aald FltANK T. McJAItETT. will be held at tho ofllce of the umlerslgiu'd. Itoom No. C. U. S. PoatOfflce Hulldlng, In Montpelier, on the 4th day or June, A. D. 1104, at ten o'clock In the forenoon, at which tlme the flnal account of the aald trustce wlllbo examlned and passed upon. EDWAKD II. DEAVITT, Keferee ln Ilaukruptcy. Montpelier. Vt.. May 20,1804. NOTICE OF FlK8TilEKTl.NO OF CREDITORS. In the Dlstrlct of the United States, tor tbe Dlstrlct of Vermont, In llankruptcy. In the matter of DAVIDCOOK. bankrupt. To the credltora of DAVID COOK. of the Clty of Ilarre, In the County of Washington, and Dls trlct aforesald. a bankrupt. Notlce Is hereby given that on tho 12th day of May. A. D. 1001, the aald DAVID COOK was dn ly adjudlcated bankrupt; and that the llrat meetlng of hla credltora will be held at the ofllce of the uuderalgued, Itoom No, 6, U. S. l'ostofflco llulldlng, In Montpelier, on tho 4th day of June A, D. 1901, al ten o'clock In the forenoon, at which tlme tho aald credltora may attend, prove their clalma, appolnt a trusteo examlno the bank rupt, and transact sucli other bualnesa aa may proper ly come beforo aald meetlng. EDWAKD II. DEAVITT, Keferee In Bankruptcy. Montpelier , Vt., Jlay 20, 1904, NOTICE OFFIRST MEZTINO OF CREDITOB8. In the Dlstrlct of the United States, fot the Dlstrlct of Vermont, ln llankruptcy. In the matter of MILES AND SIUIiPHY, bankrupta. To the credltora of ANDKEW MILES AND JEItKY MUKP1IY, of tho Town ot llnrre, In tho County of Washington and Dlstrlct aforeaaM, co partners under tbe flriu namo of MILES A2fD MUItPHY. bankruptss Notlce ls hereby given that on the 4th day of February, A. D. 1901, the sald MILES AND MUKP11Y weie duly adjudlcattrt bankrnpts; and that the rlrst meetlng of their credltors will be held at the olllco of the under algned, Itoom No. 6, U. S. Poat Ottlce llulld lng. Montpelier, on the 4th day of June, A. D. 1901. at ten o'clock ln tho forenoon. at which tlme tho aald credltoia may attend, prove . their clalma, appolnt a trustec, examlno the bank- I rupis, anu iransaci aucn otner Dusiuess aa may prop erly come befrre aald meetlng. KDtVAKD II. DEAVITT Keferee In llankruptcy. Montpelier Vt., Mny 21. lt04. Notice of KirstMeetino of Creditors. In the Dlstrlct of the United Statea, for. the Dlstrlct of Vermont. In llsnkruntcv taln the matter of JUSKPil KAI1ITAILLE, bank , '"fo'the credltors of JOSEPII KAIIITAILLE, of j tho Town of Ilarre, In the County of Washington, and Dlstrlct aforesald, a bankrupt. 1 Notlce Is hereby given that on the 9th day of March, A.D., 1904. tlio saldJOSEPH 1IAU1TAILLE was duly adudlcated bankrupt: and that tho flrst meetlng of his credltora will be held at tho , omce 01 ine uuuersigneu, itoom no 0, u. B. rosiui tlce llulldlng. Montpelier, on the 4th day of June, A. D, 1904, at ten o'clock Iu the forenoon, at which tlmo the aald credltors may attend, prove their clalma, ap polnt a trustee, examlno tliu banlriipt, and transact such other buslueaa as may properly come befor aald meetlng. EDWAKD II. DEAVITT, Keferee ln llankruptcy Montpelier, Vt.. May 20, 19C4., IN THE MATTEIt OF ALKXANDEK A. McMILLAN.) "" Iiankrupt. In llankruptcy To the Honorablo Iloyt II. Whceler, Judge ofthe Dlstrlct Court ofthe United Blatea In the Dlstrlct ol Vermont, AI.EXANDF.lt A. .McMILLAN. or Montpelier, In the County ol Washington aud Btale of Vermont, re apectmily representa that on the 6th day ol August, last past, lie was duly a(Judged a bankrupt under the acta of Congresa relatlng to bank ruptcy; thathe has duly aurrcndered all hla prop erly and rlgtts of property, aud haa fully com plled with all the requlrements of sald acts, and wltb the ordera of the Court touchtng hla bankruptcy. Wherefore, he prays that ho may bo decreeil liy tha Court to liave a full dlscharee from all debts provable agalnst hla cstate under sald bankrupt acta, except auch ilebta aa are exeiupt by law trom auch dla Charge. ALEXANDER A. McMILLAN, Iiankrupt, Dated this Mh day of May. A, I). ItKH. UNITED STATES DISTK10T COUKT FOItTHE D18TKIOTOF VEItMONT ALEXANDEK A. McMILLAN, i Iiankrupt Dlschargo. Notlce Is hereby given that ALEXANDEK A.Tdc M1LI.AN. bankrupt, haa flled hla petitiou, dalcd May 5, 1904, praylng for a illtcharga from all hla debta, In bankruptcy, aud that all credltors and other tKraona oblecllng to auch dlschargo luay attend befora the underslgned, referee, at hla ofllce, Itoom No. 6. U. S. Poat Omce llulldlng, In Montpelier, on Juue II, 1904, at lo o'clock A. M., and tlien and there pre sent their objectlona, If any, to auch dlscharge, with I helr proofa thereon. EDWAKD II. DEAVITT. Keferee In llankruptcy. Montpelier, VI., May M, 104. Jackson, Miss., May 25. Yazoo Oity is buruiug np. Aluioet ovory strooturo on Malu streot 1b in flauies, The Iosb already 1b 1300,000. BoBton, May 25. Oue thoueaud six hnndred paiutors went on n strike today. To One Lady Once FOR $1.00 1 Bcautltui Gmbroldcrcd Turn Over Collar. 1 White Embroldercd Dlsliop Tab Collar. For wash walsta. I New and Very Popular Collar and Culf Set. Latest Bulgarlan ernbroldery Incolora onllnen. I I'laucn Lace Top Collar. Very styltsli, rlng pattern, Ivory or buttcr color. 1 Floradora Dack Comb. Dark tortotse ahell color, crooved tum over top and coarse tcetli ; nlcely hnished 15c. artlde. 1 Glrdle or Ncck Chaln. S4 Inchea long, 1 rowa bralded seed heada and tassel with a large agate beads, All white or all blue. 1 Pearl Walst Sel. Heautllully carved larga alze buttonj, with strong pins ln back. 1 Pcacock Eye llat Pln. Now all the rage. Eucry arttclo namad above ls latest up'toidate stylc, and neoilcd by avery tady thts Sprtng and Summer The lat cannot be bought In any storc for lasi than $1.65. Our rcgular bargaln prtee ItSI.OO BVT Untll May 23rd to advertlte oursolvcs and gct new customers, wo will send every Itent namad abovo by prepald oxproix, also a oery latest Crushed Lcather liolt ofUndrcssad C'"' wlthout extra charge. We cannot send thla offtr more than oncc to the same person, and not to dealers, and not aiter Myi23. Don't mias thla. Order to-day. PARSONS-PALMER COMPANY lummer Street and Dorchester Avenue, BOSTON, MAS3. WORCESTER. Rev. J. E. Wright hns nn appoint ment to prench in the Putnamville school houEe at S:l, p. m. next Sun day. M. P. Kent, who has been ill, is convaloscent. Mr. nud ,Mrs. J. E. Haucock were in Elmore on Suuday. Mr. and Mri. Poroy Bolton are the pments of n daughter, born May 21. Mrs. Edwin Jatnes wns in Stowe recently to visit her danghter, Mrs. Ward Oollius. T. Flanagnn aud wifo of Montpel ier, wero receut visitors at B. E. Gillette's. Rev. Mr. Smith, pastor of the Methodist chnroh, condnctod services at East Elmore on Sundny afternoon, Mrs. Hackett and Miss Sadie Orose of St. Johnsbury, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. V. B. Oross, their pnrents. Mrs. I. S. Anstin and son, Her'oert, of Moretown, wero gnesfs nt H, E. Austin's on Suudny. Among tliosb from ont of town on Snnday wsre Mrs. H. W. Oollier of Stoneham. Mass., Mrs. Frank Gront ot Montpelier, L. L. Kent aud wife of Northfield, Fred Colbj' an,d Miss Long of Middlesex and Olinton Taylor and wife of Barre. TOPSHAM. G. I. Putnam of Olaremont, N. H., and J. F. Habbard of Boston havo been tho gnests of Hon. J. R.Mclam tt fow days recently, also Nelson Bailey, cashier of Wells River bank. Frederiok K. Hood, son of Allen Hood of this plnoe, has been elected jnnior vice commander of the George. J. Wh'ittior Uainp of Boston. Erwin Harvey of Montpelier was in. town recently. Harry Molam and J. L. Powers was in Groton last week. Fred Lewis of Oorinth wns in town on Saturday to do some work for Mrs., ,N. R. Johnson. Tha Methodist meeting will bo at 11 o'clock now instead of 1.80. Tho boardina honse is now open and the men havo all arrived. The honse.' is rnn by Mr. Pease. Mrs. Lydia Coruth remains about tlio same. William Oraigie is Beriously ilL OORINTH. Mrs. Edson Fowler died on May 20th at tho home of hor son-in-law nud danglitor, Mr. nud Mrs. Hornoo Dnlloff, wliere she hns4ived since the death of her hnsbaud, The fnneral was on Snnday. Rov. Mr. Stnrtevant of Hartland preached for tho Oongregationnl chnroh the past two SaudayB. Georgo W. Taplin nnd wife of Chel sea havo been visiting relatives in town. Frank Boud is carrying on O. W. Sloan's farm which he haB reutod for tho year. Leon Londry has bonght Pliny Craft's farm in 'Bradford bnt does not take possesaion till next fall. Quick Arrest J. A. Gnlledge of Yorbena, Ala., was twico In tho hospital from a so voro oaso of pilos oansiug 24 tnmors. After dootors nud all romedieB failod Backlen's Arnica Salvo qniokly nr rested furthor intlammatiou aud onrod him. It conqnera aohes and kills paln. 25o. at 0. Blabely's, Druggist. MARRIAGES. In Woodbury, May 8, Irving Oarr nnd Sarah Ohaso, both of Woodbury. Iu Brookfield, May 11), by Rov. Mr. Aborororabio, MIbs May Newell and Vernon Barnes, both of East Brook field. , In Barro, Mny 18, Miss Prisoilla. White nnd Robert Knox Noleon, both ot Barre. lHRTlIiS. In Woroester, Mny 21, a danghter to Mr. and Mrs. Peroy Bolton, nWATJIS. (u Williamstown, May 28, Mrs. Mnrlon Brnce KaHmii, In Montpolior, May 24, W, Watermau. In Montpolier, May 31, Mri. H. A Skiuuor.