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VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, THURSDAY. JUNE 1G, 1904.
r w Teachers of cookery must have the test. Their work demands perfection, especially in baking. They cannot take chances with a baking powder that will raise today and fail tomorrow. That is why they use Cleveland's in their work. They know that it is pure and sure. Housewives everywhere will recog nize the value of such commendation. PLAINFIELD. P. P. Kollogg of Worcester spent Snnday iu town. Frank Burbrick, who woiit to Mniuo to atrend the fuuoral of his brotner, who was recoutly killod, Toturned on Saturday. Rev. A. M Smith was called to Betliol to atteud a funeral oti Tuosday. Dr. B. B. Suiith visited nis broth or, Marcus, iu Williamstown ou Wed nesday. Mrs. L. F. Fortuoy and Mrs. D. B. Sruitfi were iu Barre on Saturday. F. O. bauuroft is niovuiug iuto the Jatnes Martin lionse and Qniroy Perry will occapy tlio teuement of L. F. Fortuoy ou School street. Ouo of the fiue pair of horses rocent ly Durchased by S. N. Beaulao is very Biok. Mr. Beaulao i8 hoping to save the auliual ns it is verv valuable. Ohildreu's Sunday was obsorvod at the Methodist ohuroh on Suuday with BongB aud spoakiug by tlie cluldreu. Everyone likes to hear the little ones and tlio audieuce showed that Plain field people ar6 not the exoeption. Jolin Ityan was called to New York recontly by tho illness of his mother. Goorgo Bliss of Marshfield was iu town on Mouday. T. P. Bartlett is adding rnuoh to the looks of his house by putting on a new piazza, paintiug audother repairs. Mrs. Bert Wells and Miss Elsie Warren woro in Montpelier on Friday. Sadie Sleeper of Chelsea is visitiug at Arthar Proscott's. Lena Kuapp, the young danghter o Mr. aud Mrs. L. L. Kuapp, burued her hauds soveroly ou Friday. Her mother had juBt takeu a boilor of hot water froni tho stove when tho little girl put both hands in it scalding hor vory badly. F. J. Bancroft, who has bsen at the Plainfield House for the pant weok, returned to his htimo iu Pawtncko t R. I on Friday. Tho Republicau voters are requested to meot at town hall on Saturday for the purpose of electing !wo delegates to tho Stato convontion to be held in Montpelier on June 80, and two dele gates to tho district conveutiou to be held June 20. Forty-one tiokots were- sold to thoso attending the Walter L. Maiu show at Montpelier on Monday. Tho school year closes tliis week Friday. .. THE COEEECT .. To Purcliase 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 rnuch 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 1-2 miles from Barre city, and from 3 1-2 to4 miles from Plainfield. Near school and in good neigh borhood. Price, only $ 1 1 OO- Terms, about $500 down 85 acre place 1 1-2 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 Acro Farm 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. Roo 8 and Qordon Block, Amoug thoso who attonded tho Uni vorsallst convoution last weok were: Rov. aud Mrs. A. M. Suiith, Dr. D. B. Smith, Mrs. O. L. Martiu, Mrp. Arch Uacheldor, Miescs Jauo aud Ab bie Olark, Miss Elsie Warreu aud Rov. and Mrs. L. F. Fortuoy. Frank Galo aud wife, who are oW iu MaseaohuBottB, havo baen at their old lionio in Orange visiting at the linmo of Smith Martyn last weok. They mnde tlio wholo tnp with their fauiily in an nutomobilo. Col. A. O. Brown of Montpelier will be tho guest of Miss Elsie Warren on Friday and iu tlio ovoniug will givo au illuBtrated leotnro on the Yel lowstoue Park at tlio Mothodist ohurch. Noadtniesiou will bo riiarged. Co). Brown has giveu thls lecturo in soveral towns and tho publio is as surod of a treat. S. D. Baker wout to the Heaton Uospital on Wednosday for treatmeut. Rev. R. L. Shoaff and J. W. Bnt torflold will reprosent the Gongrpga tioual ohuroh at tho Stato couvontion in St Johnsbary to be hold ou Thurs day. Mr. Sheaif loft on Tuesday. George Raymond and wife of Barro were in town ou Saturday Rov. Alvin M. Smith was in north ern Vermont aud Proviuco of Quobro last wcck on business conncotcd with his Stato suporintcndeuoy of the Uni- versaliat churches. On Juno 23 and 3 he will atteud the State Convontion of Womun Saffrage which meeta at WoodBtook. MARSHFIELD. M. H. Eddy of St. Johusbury was in town on Monday. Mrs. Mark Mears is quito ill. O. A. Smith of Montpelier was in town ou business ou Tuesday. Mrs. Sadio Rosebrook goes to Greens boro this weok to again tako up the position sho has UUed for several sea sons as oook- iu tho Lake Viow House. Oharles Hnlbart of South Ryegate was a visitor in town ou Tuesday. Miss Josephine Nuto is visitiug in Burlington. Mrs. L. D. Nuto was called to Cabot fnr a day or two tho first of tho week on acoouut of the illnoss of her daugh ter, Miss Lou Miller, who is teaching tno viuage sciiooi. B. B. Brown of Willimantic, Oonn., a former rtwident, is a visitor in town and is stoppiug with Forrost Walker. William Marshall of Hardwiok ao companied by his inothor, who lives in uaruo, are tlio guosts oi Mr. and Mib. 3E3 O. D. Smith. P. T. Kolloair of Whitollold. N. H., is spoudlug tlio wook iu town looklng aftor his sovoral businoss lutorosts ln aud about horo. Mrs. Lnoiuda Lyford diod Tuosday moruing at tho I10111 0 of hor slstor, Mrs. Rosutto WilBon, aftor a briof ill noss rosnlting from a paralytio shook. M. E. Bocklov was iu Groton 011 Tuesday looklng aftor dotails iu oon- uootion witii tho oxtonsiou or tno .roo plos' tolophone systom from Poaoham to that plaoo. Romombor Oolo, Mr. aud Mrs. O. D. Colo and daughtors, Eloanor aud Floreuco, woro withfrlonda iu Wol cott over Suuday. Mrs. G. ii. Nichols and danghter, eiaidino, havo roturned from their winter's sojouru with tho son and brothor, M. G. Niohols, in tho sonth. I. O. Riokor of Groton waB n oaller .iu town on Monday. Rov F. W. Buok proachod in Dan vlllo ou Suuday in oxohauge with Rov. O. G. Corso. Romombor tho cauous at tho town lionso on Saturday ovoniug and that tho Iiour ot meotiug is 8 o'olook. A. W. Blako ro'tnrnod tho last of tho woek from n visit in Orange and Corinth. Rev. Winnifrod Eddy and Miss Shattuck havo boon in town tho last fow days ongagod in packiug thoir lioueo inruishing. it is undorstooa that Rev. Eddy has closed hor pastor- ato of tho Uongregational ciiurcii nore Oousidorablo oxpenso aud labor lias boen iuvolvod iu iaving out ana lin proving tho grouuds iu frout of tho Kmirhts ot Jf vtliiBS ouiiaino aiia it is ospooially roquostod of tho publio that passiug over them to ue uvoiaeu. "Wo are oiTerinu a standard artiole of flrst nocossity, to all peoplo and wo oilnr it at the sanio prioo to tno woru iugman as wo do tho milliouatro. " Wliat is it? Ask A. T. Davis, spooial agont for tho New York Lifo Insur anco Oo. Marshfield Stars played their first gamo of tho Benson with the Cabot toam at Cabot Friday afteruoou aud were defeated by a sooro of sovou tq fiftoen. Tho gamo was practically lost by errors in fiolding and throw ing tho ball.showing that oousidorablo praotico was necossary in tliiB respoot. Tho batting avoragu was ratlior better tlian that of tho Cabot team. During the heavy shower on Wed nosday aftornoou of last woek light ning struok tho dwolliug of Edgar A. Lamberton causiug oousidorablo dam age to oue chimnoy, stovo and stovo pipo, bnt did not sot fire to tho build ings. No ouo was at Iiome at tho time exofptiug Mr. Lamberton who was not injured at all by the shock. W. F. Stevous of Barre is m town fof a the wook and during his stay will niako soruo praotical demonstra tious of the work doue by the Iuter uational Correspondenco Sohool of which he is the ropresontative. Several from this place took advan tago of tho excursion ratos to Mont pelier on Monday aud quite a fow at tendcd tho Main oirous which they pronouncod good. O. R. Donnison was oalled to Mont polior Tuosday by thd illness of his niothcr. Ono of tho bcst sormons ovor prcachcd in this placo was that delivcred by Rov. O. G. Gorso boforo tho Knights of Fythias and sister lodgo of Rath bono Sistors at their momorial sorviccs which woro held in tho Methodist churoh last Suuday morning, and throughout tho Borvico his rcmarks wero giveu tho olosest attontion by tho largo cougrcgation prcscnt. His text and rcmarks, whilo olosuly appli cablo to tho priuoiples of tho ordcr of Knights of Pythias, could woll bo adoptod by ovcry citizon whotlior a member ot seorot organization or not and vast aud uumeasureablo would be tho benefits and blnssiugs roceived. Let tlio local organization draw very near tho liues laid out in tho sermon and tlioy will fiud their fleld of nso faluess broadeuing and membership increasing aB rapidly as may bo do sired. EAST MONTPELIER. Walter Stoddard is ereoting a now barn. Mr. and Mrs. W. Hayford aro re joioing ovor a son that arrivod ut thoir liome the 7th. Mrs. Walter Sanders is very ill with rheumatism. Mrs. E. J. Wilson is caiing for hor. Doer aro gettiug numorous aud a lyux has beeu soen in tli i b vioinity. Mrs. T. Taylor cf Sodom is caring for Mrs. W. Hayford. Russoll Collins has commeuced ox tousivo repairs on his barn. Mrs. Edith Willard spent a fow days in Montpelier last week. Mrs. Phllena Willard and Miss Julia Fostor attondod tho UniversaliBt Assooiation in Montpolior, Thursday and Friday. Tho uoxt Grange moeting is Wod nesday, Juno 15. Mrs. Mallory oxpeots to sell her houBOhold goods at publio auotion at tho villago hall, Juno 10. Clark Sibley lost ono of his largo work horsoa reooutly. Mrs. Ned Witliaiu aud ohilrdon aro visiting rolutivos in town. Sovoral from this plaoo attonded the circus at Montpelier. Mr. aud Mrs. Frank Willard at tonded tho funeral of Oarl Smith last weok. Miss Nolllo Ohaso roturned homo Saturday from a woo.k's visit with brothor and frionds in Northfield. Harry Dudloy speut Suuday and Monday with liisbrothor in Moutpo ior. Several peoplo from this plaoo spont Suuday at W. M. Olark's oottago at Sitbin poud. Sorvicos will bo hold in tho-Brlok ohuroh Suuday, Jnuo 10, Mrs. O, M. Hambliu atteudod tlio mnsloal convontion at Burlington Juno 18 and 14. Tho mombora of tho I. O. G. T. that attonded tho reuulon at East Calais Saturday, Juno II, wero Mrs. A, S. Fostor, Julia Foster, Harry Daulels, Elmdr Howland, Miss Howo, Olaronoo RobbiuB, Riohard Willard, Alboit Wlieolor, Ella Dudloy, aud Lena Olark. All ropot a vory good timo. WEST BRADFORD. Mles Nettln Shnmway of West Fair lee is at her brother's, Oharllo Shnm way 'b, for a few weoks. Mrs. Nolson Kollov is ot work for Goorgo Baldwin. A. P. Worthon 1b liavinn his barn Bhinglod, also Ira Lowo is liaving his nonso smngiou. .1. a. uoodou and K. Thurston aro doing tho work. JolinVoruioath 1ms bought a r.laoo aud has movod to tho villago. MIbs Mao Eaton is kooping lionso for W. E. Corliss. Mrs. Horvoy Hood of East Topsham was iu town ouo day last weok solling ball-boariug shoars. Ezra Marston of Windsor was ln town ouo day to soo his cousin, Viola Fowlor, on his wav to East Topsham to seo 1UB sister, Aiu. i ox. WATERBURY. About 200 tickots woro sold at thls statlou 011 Monday for Montpolior to thoso attonding tho Waltor S. Main big show. Mrs. G. F. Miles, Mrs. P. S. LewiB aud Miss Lowis of Middlesex woro guosts of Mr. aud Mrs. E. E. Oanip bell last wook. TT n fSanftti nP Rrnnlffnn wna ln town on SundayT tho guest of E. E. Oampbell. Frank Dow Bpont( Suuday ln St. Albaus. M. 0. Konnedy was in Burlington on Friday ou business. Miss Ida Morton of Morrisville has boen tho guest of Miss Oouaut for Bevoral days. Z Earlo Hill of Riohmond was iu town 011 Suuday. Tho gradtmting exorcises of tho high school wero hold ou Wednesday ovouing. Tho olass consisted of threo mombors, Miss ijllou S. Ohilds, MIbs Oaroliue L. E. Koeno, .Mibs Mary H. Mauning. Each of the class read au ossay, tho subjoots boiug as follows: Miss Ohilds. "Iu Fiolds and Woods:" MIbs Koene, "Tenuyson, Ab Rovoaled In His Pootry;" Miss Mauning, "Lako Champlain." Miss Ohilds took tho highest honor in soholarship. Tho program, a3ide from tho esBays cousisted of vocal aud instrumoutal musio. Rev. F. B. Kellogg presonted tho diplomas. On Tliursday ovening tho alumni gave a reception to the olass that was very fnlly attonded and wns a orodit to thoso haviug the affair in ohargo. O. 0. Warnor and son will go to Now York this week for a two woeks' trip. Mr. and Mrs. L. J, White wont to Ferrisburg last week to attend a ro uoion of tho Bah family. Sixty wero prosout to atteud the bauquot. Mrs. Ina Hinsdalo, who has boen viBiting her mother in town, tias ro turned to hor nomo in wiiiBtou. In a very closely contostod gamo of ball playod on saturday the Water bury team succeeded iu taking the scaip 01 uioiimoua to tue tuue 01 iz to 11. The Misses Duelle of Riohmond spont Suuday at their homo. Goorgo Montgomery, who came to bury his mother, returnea to JNortn Dakota on Monday. The funeral of Mrs. Kphraim Fobs was held on Friday. Mrs...Jb oss was tho inothor of the lato" Jaoob Foss who lived in this town. Among those who attonded woro Blanohard Mont gomery and wife, Edgar Foss and wiie and Kdsvard Demas: Joseph Hutchinson was obliged to destroy Ihb horse last woek. This horse was thirty-niue years old and has been on the streets in Waterbury for twouty-five years. Frank Rogers was unfortunato in haviug 117 young oliiokouB killed by a dog on Snnday. A mnu who owns a sheop dog is unfortunato enough, but a ohioken dog is tho limit. Tho oomnittee on by-laws, consist ing of E. W. Bisbee of Barre. O. H Lowo of Montpelier, and L. 0. Moody of Waterbury, met at tho club house on Lake Mansfield on Saturday. The by laws were revised and will be pnb lishod. The directors mot at the samo time and new house rulos aud regnla- tiouB were adoptod. Miss Hannah Brown of the hospital is on a two woeks' vacation to Bostou Mrs. T. B. Orossott and Miss Julia Taft are in Providence visiting for a tow days, Miss Woltlia Booker wont to Burnu ton on Monday to attend the niasical iestivai. Ohildron'B Suuday was observed at tno ouuronos witn appropriate exer oises. Miss Nollio Ohaso returned from Rutland on Saturday. Tho following lotters aro awaiting olaimants at tho post-ollice: Eddie L. Perkins, Frauk MoGinuis, Harry uuoneu, Kov. xr. i'euaors. Thoro will bo a speoial moeting of winooski lodgo, 1'. and A. M., on Wodnesday evoning. The soooud do- groo will bo conforred. Ttio Rebokahs will hold a whist party at W. J. Boyoo's on Tuesday evomng. ijooiiard Hall was arraignod boforo Justico l'ullortou last week for tho illogal snlo of intoxioating liquor. After oouforriug with Jiio oouuoil he tliought best to ontor a plea of gcilty. IIo was finod $800 aud costs amonut ing to $10.10 which he paid. L. O. Moody appearod for tho Stato, G. W. Morso for respoudeut. The Marqnis De Lafayetto Ohaptor of tho Daughtors of the Auiericau Revolutiou hold thoir last meeting of the bouhoii at tue nome ot Jurs. (J. (J Warren Friday aftornoon. About thirty membors woro presont. A par tv of ladios drovo down from Montno lier in a tally-ho. Aftor a businoss mooting, tho following litorary and innBionl program was givon : Oornet solo, "Violots." Wright, Oharles Warren; "Govornors of Amorioan Revolutiou," Mrs. Domoritt; "Thomas uiiittondon, on Appreoiation, " Mtb. Palmer: "Jonathan Trumbull. " Mrs. Robinson; solo. "Whisper aud I Shall Hoar," with violiu and nornot obhga to. M. Piooolomiu, Mrs. Domoritt; juartyrs ot tno uovoiution," jurs. Huiuosj "Nntliuu Hale, " poem, Mrs. Kuight: violiu and oornot duot. "Aniauda Waltz,"' Vandervillo, aud "Atnorica, " Haroid Atkiua aud Oharles Warren. Aftor tho program refroshraeuts wero servod aud a sooial timo oujoyod. Jerry Haskius of Moretown yas ao oidentally shot iu tho nock whilo handling a revolvor Tliursday morn ing. Tlio bullot passod through the baok part of his uook but it )8 hoped that the wound will not prove fatal, Dr. Janes drossod tho wound. At tho bnsluoss mooting of vhn Ep worth Loagno Sooloty hold Thuisday ovoniug tho following olllcors word elccted for tho uoxt six nionths: Pres idout, Mrs. Olara Sargent; first vico prosidout, II. H. Fnllqrton; sooond vico-preBidout, MIbs Julia Taft; third vico prosidout, Miss 01aTowlo;fourth vioo-prosidout, Miss Bollo Round ; soo rotary, Miss Whoolook; asslstaut soo retary, E. T. Houston ; troasruor, Miss Rosa Gibsou. Doau Pixlny mot ylth a paiutul ao oidout Friday aftornoon wihlo at work on Bloudin & Fifo'B stono shod. IIo canght tho fourth fingoi on his right haud botweou two blocks of granito, sovering it so it hung only by tho skin. Ho was takeu to Dr. Janes' olllco, who drosSod tho wound. Ho liopos to savu tho finger. BARTON. Mrs. Jcnnlo Hibbard 1b viBiting ln Barro and Montpolior. Fred Alchurch has returnod to his work in Wiustod, Oonn. Aruos Robinson atteudod the meet ing of tho guu club in Montpolior last weeK. Arthur BubwoII lias boon assigned a position as mail agent. L. P. Ourrior, an oxpcrioucod print- or, has como to flll the position vacat- od by W. B. Bullook in tho Monitor oflloo. 0. H. Brook of tho Monitor olllco spont Suuday at his homo at St. Johnsbury Contor. Olavton Waruor startea on Monday for Arlington, Vo., whore ho will spend his vacation with his graud- paronts. A. P. Undorwood, who is suporin tondent in tho Peerle&s fnotory, has movod his family hore, ocoupyiug tho tonemont vacated by W. li. BullocK. J. U. Burke, Eeq., aud family havo como tb ocoupy thoir house recontly purchasod ot F. W. uuttiug. Mr, Burko's fathor aud mother will resjde with hiin. Rov. L. H. Elliott, agont for tho Vermont Biblo Sooioty, spoKo to a union audionco at the Methodist chnrcli last Suuday morning. Rev. W. A. Warnor preached tlio baccalaureato sermon at Bradford Academy last Snnday. Soveral membors of Oriont Ohapter, O. E. S., atteudod tho Stato convontion at St. Johusbury last weok. Mr. ond Mrs. F. W. Baldwin and Rev. W. A. Warnor attonded tho Stato conveutiou of Oongregatioual churches at St. Johubsury this week. Oapt. Paine and family passed through Barton last week on their way to Jj ox uaii. The grammar school baso ball de foated the Lyndonvillo toam last Sat urday, tho scoro being 26 to 25. Ohildreu's Day was obsorved at the Mothodist ohurch last Snnday evon ing; the oxerciBos by the childron, as sisted by tho choir, weio very pleas ing. The Barton villago base ball team played an interesting gamo with. Island Poud last Tliursday, defeatiug them by a score of 11 to J. A rnorry party. consisting of G. Fred Wheoler with his gun olub of boyB aud girls, spent last week at Wil loughby Lake. Mrs. 0. W. Tenney and Mrs. 2. ii. Uuo aoted as chap orone for the girls, who occnpiodMrs Tonnoy's cottaco. The Orleans Couuty Fair Associa tion is preparing for a big Fourtli of July cialebration at Roaring Brook Park. Tho villago bakor and the photog rnpher wout fishing one morning this wook. The fotmer, Harry Gravos, oaasht forty aud the latter, E. A. Wolcott, sixty fino trout. Mrs. G. O. Lang is attending the Viavi convention in Manohester, N. H. CABOT. Dr. Kent, and E. J. Badger of Barre woro in towii on a fishiug trip last Thursday. Wavio Morse' who has been working in Philadelphia was in town last Thursday. The Republidan State and district oauous will bo held in the town hall Thursday night, Juno 1G, at 7:80 o'olook. W. E. Hawos and wifo of Barre aro visiting his son, u. J. Hawos, for a fow days. Cabot ball toam defoatod the Marsh fiolds last Friday in a good game. Sooro 15 to 7. Luoius Oolo and wife of .East Hard wiok wero in town last Saturday. J. T. Drew has uuloaded a car of draiu tile at Walden station and will havo all sizes on hand at his storo iu Oobot. Thoodoro Woods has purchased C. A. Jondros' farrn in Waldou. Mrs. Nollio English and her sister, Bortho Swordfegor, havo gono to East Northfield, Mass., to atteud tho com moucement exeroisos of tho Moody school. Mrs. Ina Rpgora lins gcno to Enos burg Falls. W. B. Lauce is attending the Grand Lodgo of F. and A. M. at Burliugtou this woek. L. O. Fisher was iu Moutoolior laBt Friday. Tho Cabot ball toam will play the East Hardwiok ou Cabot grouud Sat urday. June 25. Rov 0. D. Lauoo of Sheffield visit ed his paronts a fow days this weok. MIbs Lou Miller was takou sick last Mouday and was unablo to teaoh hor Boliool for a few days. Mrs. M. D. Warren, who has beou stoppiug iu Poaoham aud.Oouway, N. H., was at home this woek. Harry Hvard, tho "Drummor Boy of tho Potomao," gavo tiis outortaiu mont in tho town hall last Saturday night. If applauso is a domoustration of tho qualities of au ontortaiument it must havo beon a vory gooa ono. Dr. II. G. Willlams was in Montpo lior last Mouday. N. D. Lvford aud 0, H. Rogors aro doing a job of paintiug' Iu South Woodbury. The Cabot oroamery furuishos tho following roport for tho paBt month : Milk recoivod, 401,441 lbs; oream, 80,023 lbs; total 481,403; total fat test, 26,001; buttof niado, 28,280; galu 18 per oout; lilgliOBt test ruilk, 5.70, oroam 27; lowost tost, milk 8.80, orouiu 15.60; averogo 4.07, oroam 20.83; paid, 18 centB ohurn tost or 3O 1-8 oll tost; cost of making l.Oo. per iu. RANDOLPH. Miss Oora Noblo loft horo on Tnns- day for Bethel to snoud tho (tnnimnr months with hor fathor, W. 0. Noblo. Jacksbn Vail and Fred Onnalnnd havo gono for a fow dava llshiug trip at Lako Mltcholl, Sharon. Mrs. Honrv Pono of SnrliiBfleld hns arrived iu town aud will Bpend a fow days with Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Pope. Rev. and Mrs. Homor White and Rov. Albort Oarswpll aro iu St. Albans at tending the Episcopal dlooosan con vontion, Rov. aud Mrs. White will go tho lattor part of tho wbek to Enobsurg Falls whoro they will spoud several dayu with rolatives. Mrs. Harrlet Burnan. who has beon passing a few wooks with her par onts, Doacon and Mrs. Wilbur Howard has gono to her homo iu Fitchbarg, Mass. Edgar Salisbury aud inmilv will spnnd the greater part of tho summor at tho Salisbury cottago in Greens boro. Tho warning for tho annual school mooting has beon nostod and tho moot ing will bo held iu tho high sohool rooms inesaay evening, juno 21. E. A. Shattuol: loft hore on Monday ior iiigngatc bpiings, where he will Bpoud sovoral days on a fishing trip. Mrs. J. J. Gifrord went to Burliug tou cn Tuesday to attond themnslcal. Miss Efilio Oampbell of Barre ar rivod in town Saturday and is spoud- lng a lew nays witu lier brotner, lSd ward Oampbell. Prof. Loroy Mann of the Thayor school of oivil onginooriug wns in town tho lirst ot tho woek on busi ness. Mr. aud Mrs. S. O. Varney left horo on Mouday for Lincoln to spend a lew woeks with rolatives. SOUTH CORINTH. Mr. aud Mrs. Henry Huntington spent Saturday and Sunday in Barre aud Washington with rolatives. Mr. aud Mrs I. M. Wilson and Rob Wilson and Eruma Thurtcon spent Tuesday at Fairleo Lake and Post Mills. Will Munu from Lancaster, Mas3., is in towu. He made tho trip on his tnotor bioyole, a new mnchluo in this vicinity, His sister, Mary Munu, is also horo at P. E, Norris'. Marricd at Piermout, N. H., Juno 8, Olarenco Morse and Della Sleeper both of Corinth, A reception was hold on tho eve of Juno 15, at the home of tho groom's pareuts, Mr. and Mrs. Mon.o. Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Bond and son of North Thetford were at O. A Washburn's last Wednesday night. Mrs. Elizabeth Robie and Mrs. O. M. Parker are in Barnet and Berlin, N. H. for a inonth'fl stay. HORN OF THE MOON. Curtis Olark is moving to his faim in Moretown. Miss Bollo Dillon has goue to Barre. Dnniol Riohards, brother of Mrs. Betsy Jacubs, did last woek, and was buried in the Lewis cemetery. Legal Notices. ESTATE OF OTIS AINSWOKTU. State or Veejiont. DlSTUICT OF WASI1INQTON, S. S. In l'robate Court. lield al Honlpcller, la and for alil District on the lltli day cl June. A. D. VKi. lleruert F. Scrlliner. Admlnlslrator ol the etate of OTIS AlNbWOliTll. late or Calais, ln sald District, deccased, makes uppllcntlou to ald Court, with the consent aud apiirobatlon In wrltln? 01 tne wiuow anu neirs oi aam ueceasuu. rfSldltiK In the Stato of Vermont, for llcenie to sell all of tlio real estate of satd deceased. situated ln Calais, ln sald District. to vrlt: Orlst mlll and land connected tberenltht also about forty-flve acrcs of tlllajre aud woodland. representlnfr that the saie tuereoi woum oe uenenciai to tue widnw &nd helrs of sald deceased. and tbose ln- terestcd In lils estate, In order to convert sald real estate lnio mouey. Whereunon. Itlsordered bT sald Court. tuat sald apnllcatlou be referred to a sesslon tbereof, to be lilil nt the l'robate nQlce. ln sald Montneller. ou the 2nd day of July, A. I). 1DU4. for liearlnK thnt all nersnns lnterestcd be iiollfled hereof.bv nub- llcatlon of tiotlce of sald appllcatlon and order thercou three weekt succcsslvely In the Veiuiont Watchman and faTATK JouuNAL, a newspaper publlShert at .Montpelier, ln thls biate, anu itmcu clrculates In the neiehborhond of tliose tntercsted bcfore sald time ol hearlng, that they way appear at sald time anu piace, anu, u iney see eause, ouiect mereto. By the Court. Attest. 24-26 IlIltAM CAItl.ETON, JudKe, ESTATE OF WALTEIl 1). l'AINE. STATE OP VEBMONT, OlSTIllCT Or WA81IINQTON, 68. In l'robate Court, held at Montpelier, ln and for saiu uiftiuct. on tne laiu uay ot uune, a, u l'lltl! Josepb O.Brown. Admlnlstrator of the estate of WALTEIt 11. l'AINE, late of Montpelier, ln sald Dlnrlct, deceased, presents his admlnlstra tlon nccuunt for exaiulnatlon and allowance and makes appllcatlon fora deeree of dlstrlbutlon aud partltlou of the estate of sald deceased. Whereupon, Itlsordered by sald Court tbat sold account and sald appllcatlon be referred to a sesslon tbereof, to be held at the l'robate OBlce, ln satd Mont pelier, on the Mh day or July, A I). 1901, lor hearluff and declslou thereon; and, lt Is furtheror- ueren tnat notice nercor oe given to au persons inier estcd. bv nubllcatlou of the sauie three wceks suc- resslvelv Iu tlio VEIIHOXT WATC1IUAN AKD STATE Jodiinal, a newspaper publlshed at Montpelier, ln thls Mate. prerlous to sald time appolnted for hear- wg, tuat tber may appear at saiu iiiuu uiiu piace, uim showcause, lrauy they may have, why sald account aiiouiu noi ue aiiuweu, anu sucn uecree iiinue. lly the Oourt.-Attesl. . HIItAM OAHLETON, JDDOK. !I.2d Notice orFinsTMEETiNQ or chkditohs. In the District or the Unlted States, Ior the Dlsincior vermont, in ifauKruptcy. In the malteror U. DE.N.MM FOLSOM, bank nint. ; 'I'o the crcdttor of O. J1F.NNIS FOLSOM. of Marshfield, Iu tno uounty ol wasuinxton, aud 1)1 lrlnt nr.ir.'fifttil- a bankrunt. Notice Is hereby Rlven that on the Gth day of Juno, A. I, IfUi. inesam u. uk.mmd iui.du.ii was uuiy aaiuuicaieu uaiiKruiits ouu iat, iud ui iucciihk or his credltors will be lield at the olllco of tho underslirned, lloom no. b, u, b. I'osioiuco Ilulldlnir. iu Jlontpeller, ou the 39th day of f ln.Lt a t ,n, nVWt Iti Itin fnmnnnn . Nt which tliue the' sald credltors may attend, nrore their clalnis, appolnt a trustco, examlnu the bank- rupt.anu trausacteuciiuuicruusiuvssasiuay juujwi- ly come oerore sam uieeunir. EDWAltl) II. DEAVITT, ltcferee In Bankruptey, Montpelier , Vt.,Juuo, 1004. Notice or KinsT Meetino or Orkoitoks. In the District or the Unlted States, for the District of Vermont, In llankruptcv In the nialter ot JKSSE O. DE I1HUNE, bank- rimti To the credltors ol JESSE C. DE IlltUNE. of the Ulty ornarre. in tue uounty oi n asmngion, niitl Tllaf rlit i.rnrisald. a bankriml. UnllM ! hffrllV IflTeil tllftl .111 thfl fitll Of June, A. IIh ifJi. tne saiu uuihku ur, itiiunc wasduly adullcaieu uauarupti anu imi inu ursi mi'etlnK of his credltors will be held at the offlce ol the underslxned, ltoom No 6, U. 8. Post Or tlce Ilulldlnir, Montpelier, on the Mlll day of June, A. D, lUUt.at tcu o'clock In the forenoou.at which tluiu the sald credltors may attend. prove thelrclalms, p nnlnt trustee. eKuiulno tho bankrunt. and trausact such otber business as luuy properly come befora saldmeetlnK. .,,. .,,, ltefprn ln II aiikruiillT Montpelier, Vt, June t, 1IXH. Mrs. S. 0, Jackson has returnod froni a weok's stay at Wlllain Maloy's auu; A. 0, Temploton's ln East Mont polior, Mrs. E. R. Ploistcd and Mrs. Will Berry, from Montpolior, havo boon spendlng a fow days wltli thoir grandmothor, Mrs. Ann Dillon, Mrs. Einma Wilson is at work ot W. H. Sanders, Mrs. Sandors is haviug an attook ot Eoiatio.rhonmatlsin. NORTH MONTPELIER . Tho ladies oirolo will liovo a straw- berry festival at the vestry on Thurs day ovoniug, June 1G, ontertainmont to cunsiBt of musio aud Tho Old Mald's Toa Party."" Miss Bernico Buttorflald of Walpolo, Mbbs., is oxpopctod at J. W. Bnttor- fiold's this week tcj atttad the gradu- ation oxoroiBOJ at Qoddard, Mi's Inez Pierce of East Calais lias beon visiting at Mrs, Julo Hollister's tho past weok. Mibs Blanolio Mcorcrcft retutned to her home in Barro la'.t Saturday. Mr. Gcorge Keltou roturned last week from hor visit in Hinesburg!). Mrs. Nellio Smith spent Sunday at hor homo in Barre. WORCESTER. Mrs. Erwin Ilurria wa3 in Burling ton ono day la-.t week. Mies Iua Swift. of Ea;t Elmore. wbb tho guo'.t of Mrs. E. 0. Moore over Suuday. Miss Marcia Libby of West Berlin is visiting at the home of L. W. Porter. M. F, Kent, who has been Eorions ly ill, is improvinx under the care ot Dr. W. D. Tnrner. Henry Leonard and wife of Mid dlesex, wero at E. O, Moore' s on Monday, J. E. Hancock 1b making rerairs on his barn. Haroid Wheelock, of Elmore is doing the work. Mrs.vA. J. Lance aud danghter, Muriol, of Port3month, N. H., aro iu town, called by the illness cf M, P. Kent, her fathor. Ton members of Maplo Grove Lodge, of Calais, visited the lccal lodgo of Good Tomplars ou the oven ing of June T. J. F. Darby was in Burlington orr Wednesday of last week. Mrs. Darby, who lias beon at Mary Fletcher Hos pital for the past six woeks, accom pnuied him on his return. At the Democratio cancns hbld Sat urday evening, Oharles Batohelder and Olair Templeton were elccted del egates to the convontion to bo lield in Burlington Juno 22. WAITSFIELD. F. H. Traoy and E. J. Deavitt of Montpelier were in town on business Tuesday. Mrs. L. M. Savage returned to her home in Fowlor on WcJiie-day. Dan Moriarity carrird his mother to South Barro, 'last Saturday. She had been making a two woeks visit in town. Mrs. Ida Parker went to Montpelier on Tuesday to attend tho commeuce nient exeroises at tho Seminary. Mrs. J. E. Berry returned from a two week9' visit to her sister in Cabot last Saturday. The wives of the Odd Follows gave a leap year danoe at their hall, Thurs day evening, the Sth. About G5 couples were in atteudance. Rov. F. M. Barnes and wife were in Montpelier, Tuesday &nd Wednes day. Mr. Barnes grnduatod at the Seminary, aud had beeu unablo to attend the commencement exeroises before. J. W. Gregory and Ida LaDue woro married last Wndnesday. Nathan Boyce and wifo wero at Montpelier Wednesday and Thursday to attond the graduation of their daughtor, Maud. Don't forget tho caucus Saturday ovoniug to eleot delegates to tbo. State and distrirt convontions. CORINTH. Joseph Builey diod on Juno 11 and: was buriod at tho Contor. Mr. and Mrs. Steveus of Bridg wator, are visiting their danghter, Mrs. F. J, Huttou. Mr. aud Mrs. George Huber wero gnosts of Mr. aud Mrs. J, O, Keudall of South Strafford. Mrs. Luoy Lemry Ovttt has roturned from Iowa, acoonipauied by her brothor Oharlos' daughtor. Mr. aud Mrs. H. A. Jaokmnn, Jr , havo movod to East Corinth. F. W. Thurbor is improviug the outsido of his houso and sliop with paint. L. M, EiIboh is doing tho work. Goorgo Petorson ot Mawaoliusotts is at Q. M. Sleopors'. Ohildron's Day was observed at the Oongregatloual ohuroh last Suliday. Wheroas my wifo. Graco Dix. has left my bod and board without just oanse or provooation, I horeby wnru all norsons not to tmst lier nn mv nn. oonnt as I Biiall pay no dobts of her ootnraotiug aftor this date. L. A. Dis. MarBhfleld, Vt,. Juno 7, '04 28.25.