Newspaper Page Text
VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATll JOURNAL THURSDAY. JULY 7, 1904.
Dr. Htimphreys. Aftcr flfty yoara Dr. nunipliroys' 8poolflca onjoy tlio grcatost popularity nod largost salo in tboir Listory, duo to Intrlnslo morit. Tlicy curo tlio slcli. jo, cuhes. rntcES. 1 Forcra, Congostlons, Inflammatlona. .25 U-Wo rnn , Worm. Fovcr, Worm Coile.. . .93 8 Tccllilii(j,ColIo,Crylng,Wakorulnos3 .33 4-DInrrlien,orClitldrenor Adults 33 7 Oouglin. Colds, Bronchltls .33 8 lYcMrnlgln, Tootlmcho, Faccacho .33 9 Ilcnilnclie, Sick Ilotulacbo.Vcrtlgo.. ,33 10 Dyipcpln,Indlgestlon,WcakStomacb.35 11 Supprcmed orl'nlnfnl I'crloila.... .33 13 Wlillcn, Too rrof uso I'crlods 33 13 Croup, Ijnryngltls, Hoaraeness 35 14 finlt Illicuiii.EryBlpelas.Eniptlons.. ,33 15 niioumnllsm, Rhcumatto PalnJ ,33 16 Mnlnrln, Chllls, Fovcr and Aguo..... .33 10 Onlnrrli.Ittflucma, Coldla thollcad .33 ao-Wliooplng.Couah 33 BT-Kldney Illscnse .33 B8 IVcrvous Dcblllly 1,00 80 Urlnnry Wcnkncsa, Wcttlng Dod.. .33 77 Grlp, Hay Fevcr 33 Sold by drugglsU, or sent on rocolpt of prlce. I A-Dr.Eumplirey8'NewPokotMannal of all Diseasoa mailed freo. numphrcys' Medlclno Co, Cor. WlUlam nml John Bts., New York. j LYNDONVILLE. ! Grnoe Millor of Morth Middlebury, ' Mass., is speudiui? a week in town. T. W. Parker is iu Bostou for a few ' daya combimug bnsiuoss nnd pleasure. Mrs. Asa MoKiuuey aud eou, Mul ooui, of bartou, aro risiting Iier par euts, Mr. aud Mrs. L. S. Howo. Oharlos Wllloy, who lias beon a goat snfferer for mauy uioutbs, passod away ou Monday, Juue 20. Mrs. M. M.Harris, wlio taaght last , year iu tlio lnntdoal department of Montpelior Seuiiuary, lias retnrued homo to spotid tlio snnimer. She will teach iu Lyiidou Iustituto thig comiiig year. Relief in Six liours, DistressiuR Kiduey nud Bladder Dis ease relieved iu bis hours by "New Great Soatli Auiericau Kiduey Onro." It is a great surpriso on accouut of its oxoeeding promptueBS iu relieving pain in bladder, kidueys aud baok, iu nialo or feniale. Uelioves roteution of Water aliuost imuiediately. If yon want quiok relief and cnre thiB is tlio roaiedy. Sold bv Harry A. Slado, Drnggist, Montpelier, Vt. RANDOLPH. Mr. aud Mrs. J. M. Atwood left here ou Thursday for White Rivor Jcuctiou to spend a-montl'i with their daughter, Mrs. O. E. Lazello. Mrs. H. E. Sliarpe aud sou, Harold, liave goue to Newport to 8iu& a few weeks visitiug lior brother, O. M. Manu. Mrs. Guy Loadon aud daughter of Burlington arrived iu towu ou Thnrs day for a fow weeks' viBit with Mrs. Loudou's parouts, Dr. aud Mrs. H. H. Molntyre. Mrs. Elleu S. Brooks, accotupauied by Miss Graco Lauison, loft here ou Friday for Queeu Oity Park. Thoy will opou tlio Brooks' cottago for tlio suuinier. Loroy ltuuirill left here on Wednes day for Ooucord, N. H. He will spend a lew days with his brother, Pearl Runirill, boforo goiug to West Boyles ton, Mass., where he willbe employed for tlio summor as a civil eugiueor, witli liis brother-iu-law, F. O. Davis. Brutally Tortured. A case came to light that for per sisteut 'and uumorciful torture has prehaps never been equallod, Jo Gol obiok of Oolnsa, Oal, writes: "For 15 years I endured insufferablo paiu from Rheamatism aud notlung re lieved me thongh I tried everythiug kuowu. I oaino across Electrio Bittors and it's tlio greatest medioiue on earth for that tronblo. A fow bottles of it complotelv rolieved aud ourod mo. " JuBt as good for LiVer and Kidney troubles ud geueral dobility. Only 50o. SatiBfaotion guarauteed by O. Blakley, DraggiBt. AT 11 All 11 E. Mr. and Mrs. Audrow Gordou of 15 Plaiu stroet ontertaiued about 80 ot their friouds ou Saturday uighfr ou the occasiou of Mrs. Gordou leaviug for Seotlfiiid ou au extuuded visit. John Sliaw on behalf of tlio cotnpany, presented Mrs. Gordou with a haud soino silver cako bnsket aud Audrow Gordou, Jr. with a haudeoine fonntaiu pen. Mr. Gordon snitably replied. Mnsio for danoing was suppliod by J. Slova aijd W. Gray. With nuinerous songs aud stories the compuuy spont a vory enjoyable ovoning. Refresli taents were served to the corapauy by Mr. and Mis. Gordou, Mrs. Gordou recoived niany beautiful presonts frora lier frieuds and ueighbors ns a tokeu of friendship and esteoni, Mrs. Lizzle Merrill, aged G3 years, died about 6:80 o'olook last.oveuing atthe home of her daughter, Mrs. Fred Benodiot, of Brooklyu streot, after au illness with pneumonin. The funeral will be held this after uoon at 2 o'olook, from tlio lionse, Rov. R. F. Lowe offloiatiug. Tho body will bo taken on the midnight train to Plattsburg, N. Y,, for burial. Night Was Her Terror. "I would congh uearly all uight long," wntoB Mrs. Oharles Applegate, of Alexandrla, Iud., "aud oould got hardly auy sloep. I had oonsamption bo bad that if Iwalked a block I would congh frightfally and spit blood, but, wheu nll othor medioines failed, three $1.00 bottlos of Dr. Kiug's New DiB oovery wholly oured me aud I gaiued 58 poands. " It's absolutelv gnarautoed to oure Ooughs, Oolds, Lu Grlppe, Bronohitis aud all Throat aud Luug troubles. Prioe 60o aud $1.00. Trial bottlos freo at 0. Blakoly's drag store. "Oh, Goorgo, " sighod the romantio girl. "I wish you wero liko tlio old timo knlghtBj I wieh you'd do somo thing bravo to show yoar love for me." "GraoionBl" oried her flanoe, "haven't I agreed to marry yon, and mo only gotting $20 u weok?" Phila delphia Press. NJCW USISS OF TJSLJ'jVHOKJS. Iu reading tho followlng from tho Now York Trlbnuo ono Ecnuis to bo reading n obaptor from "Looking Baokward,' nud ho will reonll tho story of tho flrst Suuday iu tho new and strango lifo luto whioli its prin oipal ohnraotor was so snddonly pro oipitatod. Lookiug forwnrd, as in n visiou is seon tho possiblo fnlflluieut of the writor's baokward propheoy, and tho hope oomes that still othor of tliDso beneficout devolopmonts of tlio rolotlouB of maukiud so olevorly de soribed by tho writer aro eoon to bo. ' 'Oloarly nnd swoetly tho words ot tlio fnraous old hymn, "How flrm n fonndation," camo to tho ears of tho pntients iu tho Samaritan Hospttal, Philadelphia, on a recont Sundny. Dr, Russell Oonwoll had caused tho hospital to be oonueoted with the BaptiBt Templo by means of tele phoues, nnd, with megaphones strnng in front of tho pulpit nnd receivors iu tho hospital wnrds, the singing of tho ohorus nnd tho words of tho sertnon were distinotly heard by the pntients. "Tho tolophone oompany undertook the contraot to plaoo telephones in all tho wnrds of the Sninnritnu Hospital, of whioh Dr. Oonwoll is tho president, and to hnug a strlng of tucgaphones iufrout of tho plutforui at tliochurch, For thoso patients who woro too weak to hold tho receiver to tho ear head attaohrnents wero provided so that without tho slightest oxortiou on their part tho sorvicos at tho Teraple could be heard almost as plniuly ns though tliey occupled seats iu the cliurch. Tho voice of tho proaoher camo strongly aud olea-ly ovor tlio wire, every word caught by the megaphones aud cniried to the delighted pntieuts at the hospital. The siugiug to the nccompanimeut of the great orgau was so realistically close to tho ears of the hospital iumutes that mauy joined in voluntarily in the oxorcises, Ecarcely realizing that they were a loug dis tauce from tho sceue of tho sorvicos. "Another inuovatiou in teleplionic ueage is the communicatiou betweeu couduotor nud eugine driver ou mov ing trains aud tho connectiou of tlio trniu with bnsiuess honses iu plncos whero a tomporaty stop is niado, bo that passeugers may talk to frieuds or customers wichout the ueccssitj' of leaviug tho train at all This idea, tried as an experimeut on a Westorn road and successfully carriod out iu courpe of n recent trip of oDicials of the Penu8ylvnuia Railroad, proiniBcs to come into goueral use on tho rail roads of the coautry. "The advantage of telophouio menns of couvereing with the eugiueer in his cab, iustcad of renohing hini by a filow aud ponderoas svstem of signals, is too obvious to ueed commont. The great ndvautage that will appeal to tho geueral publio is the possibility of saviug time by telnphouiug from tho train to bnsiness or private honsca wlieu the ears aro at a staudstill in stntious along the line. ' 'Still another new idea in telophono businoss is th.e calliug of early toilers and those who wish to catoh trains iu the small hours. There is no alarm olook to beat tho telephoue, for it continucs ringiug until tho slcopy ouo gets out of bed and stills its voice by removiug the reooivor from tho liook. Then the oporator knows that his duty is dono and stops ringiug. Ouo of tho tolophone compauies has found this branoh of the business so prqfit able that a regular depnrtment has been orgnuized for tho oxpress pnr pose of calling onstomors in the morn ing. A telephoue of the ordiuary kind is plaood at tho bedslde, and tho simplo proceES of "calliug" iB to keep ringiug nt the hour agreed uutil the responso shows that tho alarm has served its purpose." Mothersl Mothersl Mothorsl How mauy childreu are at this Bens on fovorisli aud constipatod, with bad storaaoh aud headacho. Mothor Gray's Powders for Ohildroii will always oure. If worms ate prosont they will certainly removo thom. At all drug gist s. 25 etu. Sample mailed FREE Address, Allou S. Olmstod, Le Roy, N. Y. NlSlillASKA JFJLOOl). How Four GirlB Saved Tlieir Own Lives. Iu tho Watohmnu of Juue 2 appoared au artiole on "Athletics for GirlB." This recallB tho story of how three Wyoming girls Baved their owu lives by what seomod impossible menns, nnd provoB the vnlue of trniuod muBclea aud notivo. brnius to youug women. : Iu May last thero oatuo to Orow Orook, in Wyoming, a oloud buret which carriod destrcotion iu its wake. Tho flood awept the Boath aud west part of tho oity of Oheyeuuo, whero ia locatod the oity pump liouso whero tlio iuoideut of whioh I speak oc ourrod, Tho followiug is copiod word for word from u privato lettor wricton by n Bistor of oue of tho youug ladioa: "You may be vory glad wo liave our Margaret aa eho lias jnst OBcaped a horriblo doath, in a way that la vory hard to nndertsand. Sho and two othert girls, Amy Parshall aud Elleu Bristol, weut dowu to spend tho night with JobbIo Artist, whoso mother wns away. Theao four girls aro insoparnble, as yon porhapa ro membor thoy hnvo been to Bohool to gether. They sat in tho aitting room playing oards, wheu they hoard a Tho Kind You Ilavo Always Bought, nntl -which has hcca iu uso for ovcr 30 years, has horno tho slgnalnro of aud has hccn mado undor his pcr r jCf(ffl'fj0A soual supcrvision sinco its infnncy. y. '6tCAMt Allow no ouo to dcccivo yoti iu this. All Gouutcrfcits, Iinitatious nud " Just-as-good" aro hfifc Expcrinicnts that triilo witli nud cudaugcr tlio hcaltii of Iufnuts nud Childreu Bxporicnco ngainst Expcriiucnt. What is CASTORIA Castoria is n harmlcss suhstituto for Castor Oll, Pnrc gorlc, Drops nud Soothing Syrups. It is Plcasaut. It coutains ncitlicr Opluiu, Morphino uor othcr Narcotlo suhstancc. Its ago is its guarantcc. It dcstroys Worms and nllnys Fcvcrislincss. It curcs Dinrrhooa and Wiud Colic. It rclicvcs Tcctliing Troubles, cures'Constipation nnd Flatulcncj". It nssiinilatcs tlio Food, rcgulatcs tho Stomach and Dowcls, glving licaltliy i-.nd uatural slcep. Tho Childrcu's Pnuacca Tlio Mothcr's Friend. SENUiNE CASTCRIA ALWAYS Bears tho The KM You Me Always BougM In Use For Over 30 Years. THt CCNTAUR COMPANV. TT MunRAY 6TRCET, NEWVORK CtTY. uoiso, and ono opeuod tho door and said, "Girls, it's uot rain, it's a flood." Abont six inohes of water rolled iu on the carpet. Mr. Artist ran iu from tho uoxt room suyiug, that if they wonld all help ho wonld lift the piauo up to savo it. He had bouio boatdB ho had broaglit in. Ho thoy started to raise tho piano, but when one oud was up, without nn instaut's waruiug, thoy wero euvoloped iu n swirl ot torront up to tholr arm pits. Jessio was kuooked flat. Every light wont out. Iu tho pitoh darkuess, Mr. Artist suatohed Jessio up aud dragged her iuto tho kitchcn, aud placed her up iu tho sinu, whero tho wator came to her neok. Thorushiug water closod tho door betweiu thom and the other girls, nud uo hnmnu powor nould open it. "Mr. Artist puuched a hole in the pauel with his flst. but couldu't sei uor hear auythiug iu the darkuess aud fearful crashiug of tho twelve lionses that were floating arouud thom. Meanwhilo tho threo girls, caught liko rats iu n trnp, fiey to tho out Bide door to fiud that, tho' they conld get tho woodou door opeu, tho soreen wouldu't move. You see tho screon olosed the way the watei pashed, and the wooden door the other way. They kuockod oat the top of the screen. i hoy stood on tho middle bar of tho soreen door aud crawled throngh the hole they had punohed, and, Btrotoh iug aronud tho cornar of the vostibnle, got their toes ou au uioh strip that is uailed bolow tho wiudow, aud claw iug ou the roof, mauaged to drag thomBelves up to tho vostibulo roof, from thenoe to the ell roof whoro they sat till roBouod. The water was ice oold, nud thoy were dreuohed for two hours. Then, wheu the boat came aud took theni, it capsized. They olnng to barbed wire foucos nud dcbriB till horsemen iished them out ono by ouo aud carried them to Bafety. "Tlio high water niark iu tho room whoro they wore is ovor a man's head. Tho towii was alnrmed hy flre bolls. Two or three smnll bonts wero Bocured. The wreoking mnchine of the railrobd was called out to romove debria from tho subway. Orow Oreok, ordiuarily no more than a ditoh, wns oue half mile wide and several Iioubos iloited two blocka away, but tho houso the girls wero iu waa n stone ouo, aud that is why they wero safo on tho roof. "I wont dowu to view tho plaoo whero so mauy lost all they had, aud three ohildron woo drowned. I looked whoro those girls climbod -out aud wonderod more and more how ,did they over do it, iu the pitch darkjwith heavy wot skirts and tho wator ioe oold nud rushiug bo that it awept all in a mad whirlV No inan on horse baok oould keep up in it two hours ator when thoy were taken otf. Their legs had no feeling iu them tliejwero bo oold, and tholr haudB, numb, oould hardly hold. . Liko most of tho town I did uot ronlizo tho extrome gravity of tho oouditiou until it was ovor. " Working Night and Day. Tho bupiost aua mightlort little thing that evor was inade is Dr. Klup'a Now Lifo Pills. Those pills ohango woakuoss iuto atrougth, llfit lossnoBB iuto eiiergy, brnin-fng luto mouJal power. They're wonderful in building up tho health. Ouly 25o per box. Sold by O. Blakoly. A pollego dlploma doos't euable a mau to get three niealB a day alwaya aquare Signature of ItlilS ST1AGS AND 11111SU MATISM. A Penusylvanin fnrmor liaviug been soveroly stung by his domestio bees with tho resnlt that he presently swolled up to somethinp liko doublo his usual dimensious, found on tho subsdience of that tumidity that he wns entirely cured of n caBO of rheu mntism whioh for yenrs imd cluug to hini with a teuceity resisting all rem edies, Tho discovery thus accidont nlly mnde has beon coustrued by a Philadelphia patont medioiuo conceru as importaut, nnd nn order hns been given out to n Texas apiarist for flfty thousnnd stiugs of thoso iusects to be employed iu mnking n mixturo for subcutaueoDs iujectiou, which it is thought will sell well aud may greatly diuiiuish the terrors of the mnlady uamed. The formor will no doubt depend on dover advertisement aud business manngemont, but the latter can be determined only by multiplied experimentsj what may oure one case being inert or npgrnvnting in another. Tho exhibitiou of the now remedy will be iutereatiug to doctors nnd may supply somo hopeful preliminary seu atioua to patieuts if it is nt all like the real thing ns the beo administers it in tho courso of its regular buei uess. It is too early to hnznrd con jooutres ns to its ourative ort'ects, but there is generous enterpriEe in a trial takiug flfty thousaud stings to begiu with, aud the army of rheumatics kuowiug no lack of roiuforcemeut from geuoratiou to generation will bo secn to await its reeults with anxlety. The nnmbor of romedies for that nialndy on the patout medioine sohed ules is nlready very largo; maukiud begau discovering thom shortly atfor emergiug from tho arborcnl couditiou, nud the iU0Et lias nover lngged fiince, except to catoh broath aud tako a now start. Most hnvn ultimntoly beeu rogistered ns failnres, leaviug rheu mntism cock of tho wnlk, eo to speak, to torture its viotima at will. If it turu out thnt tho blitho, industrious houoy benrer, the Blugiug mason build ing roofa of gold, hns onrried au auo dyiio for the nllliction in its etiug all this time, it will seom aa if tlio fact onght to liave beon found out boforo, as maukiud aud the beo liave boou compauioQs from tho earliost times, conforring reoiprosnl ntteutions on eaoh othor sinco tho swarm camo .out of tho lion's bolly to distributo oxperi nioutal and possibly remodial puno tnreB upou tho porson of Samson. But bettor lato thau never if thero should turu out to bo auythiug in it. It will at auy rate iqtroduco to Teaxs n uew iudustry whioh, if tho stiugs are ooltooted by hnnd, ought to prosont aspeots ot livolhibBS greatly iuoreasing the gayety of that big but not oversprightly Oommonwoalth, Howover the onterprise may result, it gives tokeu of tho iudligouce nud daring of therapoutio oxporimeut iu thoso daya to tako Gnlen'a breath away if that oa.-ly prnotltioner olat torlng his pestle iu the Elyaian ilolda could be ooujootured to hnvo uuy knowledgo of it. Exohange. Tho possimist may havo hopes, but ho uevor oxpeotB thom to be roalizod. Philndelphin Rooord. CASTORIA Por Infahts and Children. The Kind You, Have Always Bough! Boara tha Slgaaturaof I THIS 1H2ST 81SLL1NU JIOOK. Tho -"Biblo is tho bost solliug book lu tho world. It lendi, nud by n loug intorval, nll othor publicatious in copioi purchaBod in tlio ordlnary ohnnnols of trnde, without regnrd to what mny bo called tliooilloinl distrlb ution. Evory booktore whioh undor tnko6 to cnrry a full line of stook solls the Bible. Sevornl importaut cor porntiouB couflno themselvea to the mnnufapture nud snle of Bibles, and otliors fiud in the Blblo thoir londiiig featuro Of uo othor book can this be said. Speaking somo timo ago ot the iUBa'tiable demaud for tlio Biblo ns nn nrtiole of merohnudiae, nn ofllcor of the Mothodlst Book Oonoern, which till recontly issuod chonp editions of the Bible, said: "Like all publisherg, wo have to keep watch of the aale of books in general, eveu the most popu lar, to ns uot to got overetooked. But thia nover ooours in printing tho Bible. Wo jnst keep the prosses atendily nt work, nud if we happeu to flnd that we have forty or 6fty thou saud copies on hand, it gives ns uo nneasinefis. Wo aro suro to sell them, aud wegoskrnlghtahead printing " July Oeutury. $100. Dr. E Detohou'a Anti-Di-nretio may bo worth to yon more thau $100 if yon havo a child who eoils beddiug from incontineuce of water during sleep. Oures old nnd youug allke. It arrestB tho tronblo nt ouoe. $1. Sold by Harry A. Slado Drng gist, Mon polior, Vt. 11A If'THOltt, AN1J HIS oitour. The approaohiug ceutenary of Hawthorue's birth jloses up, in a lit erary way, tho period that embrnces the real literature of the conutry, There wns aluinjt none before itj what remaius of the flrst order has nearly passed nwny. Tho group in whioh Hnwthorno stood iu tho front rnuk wns composed of four or five poots, nn essnyist who was also a poet, sovoral novelists aud writers of hia tory aud two theologiaus, nll of whom wear the bndgo of gouius. They form a distiuct class the product of tho Boil, broathing tho nir of the New World, true voices lnraldiug the idens of their nge. Hawtliorue is among them, but not of them, bc causo liis geuius was of so distiuot a east aud 1ns life was so far aloof from the thought of the day. Though a holdor of publio ofllco aud faithfnl to its duties, his only real thought was flsed upou moral problems, aud was embodied iu four uovels and a few brief atoriea. This ia all, savo several volumes of note whioh record ohielly closo observatiou cognate to his great thenies; but suiall as it is, it places him nt the head of his group, aud rendera him at home aud nbroad the most highly esteomed American au thor, though not the most widely read, Longfellow hnving that place. July Oeutury. 3 U.-X. JSi "Z" o i' a. riears the ,1 m "ra navaflmays cougn I'OllTAliLB COTTAG1SS. A great advantage of the portnble houso for snmmer outiugs ia thnt it can be used everj year in a difl'erent place. A family may have a ohauge of sceue every Benson. The cost of a portnble houso varies from $50 to $500, aud ia about one third loss than that of u houso of the same size built by n cnrpenter. Aa suuimer cottnges, thoy meet tho needs of thoso who waut to spoud tho summer in tho country, but who cnnuot nfford to owu a houso nud lot, nor to reifif uu oxpeusive country home. It is nn ensy inatter to hiro a small plot of grouud, eithor nt tho sea-shoro or iu tho mountaius, at a low cost, and spend the summer iu oue of tliese houses. The cost of traua portation by freight is not great, for they can bo packed into a very small space, onch pnrt being flat. They are not bo plaiu as oue might supposo for ninny of them havo piazzas, or wiugs, whioh may bo added if doisred, I know of suoli n houso in whioh a family of four havo spent tlieir buui mera nt the Boashore for several years. The houso ia divided iuto flvo roonia ouo used as a liviug-room, threo of tho other as bedrooms, nud one ns n kitchen. Iu the flrst plaoo, tlio house cost thom about $200, tho transportatiou about $10, and they pay tho lnnd owner $50 a yenr for tho privilego of puttiug up tho houso for tho summor. Thoy fiud it muoh oheaper than board iug, and muoh more comfortablo thau campiug iu a tpnt. In the wmter, tho houso ia eithor left Btauding or paokod away iu a ueigliboring baru, Two mou cau put up thiB portablo houso iu a few hours with a Borew driver, n monkoy-wreuoh aud a haui mer. Oountry Lifo iu Amorioa. M. W. Wheelock's Real Estate Ageucy AND INTELIGENGE OFFIGE At Montpelier Book Bindery, havo qar gains in houses, lots and o ther valuabls property. Places wanted for first class clerks, male, hotel cook, girls for house work, lanndry work etc, tgrNo expense for registerlng WANTED. Womon nttoudnuts, ageB 18 to 25, Balary $1(1 to $20 per month aud maiutonanco, iucroaso of $1 every six moutlis uutil maximuui is reaohod. For applicatiou blnnk nnd.furthor partioulars address Dr. E 0. Dont, Superlntoiidont of Manhnttau Stato Hospital, West, Ward's Island, Now York oity. 80-7-14. Butchers, Merchants and Hide Buyers anould write to Oarroll S. Pnge, Hyde Park, Vt., who wishos to pur ohase thoir Hidos, Oalfskins, Shoep Polts, Tallow aud Bones. He pays apot cash. He pnys the frelghta. He paya full markot valuoa. Ho wishea to arraugo with somo one lu every villnge, wheio ho has uo ageut, to seil Ponltty Supplloa nnd to piok up for hira Hides, OalfskiuB, Shoep Pelts and Bones. Ho fnruishos money with which to buy nud ho keeps his agents thoroaghly poated at all timea aa to market valuoa. Write hini for full partloulnts. Legal Notices. C05IMISS10NKIIS' NOTICE. E8TATE OP I.ENOItA O. KELTON. ..Tlie underBlxned . hvIiik l'en ipolnted bv the Hon. Probale Cour 'or tlio Dlstrlct ofWMlilnKton, CnmmlMloiicri, to -cclvo, examlne and adjuit ali I 5ll'iddcmailorall pernoiiaagaltnt tlieesuteot LEN0K.V O. KEI.TO.V. lutp of Montpelier, In said Dlstrlct, ilircatcil: nlnl all cluiins ex lilldtnl 11. oll.ct (lieri.li). Iieu-liy vte notlce tliat we inpvt for tli uiOM'i alorcs.i ld. at tlia florcol Wells nnd I!n)lci In tln clty of .Montpelier, In aalil Dlmnct. 01. tli 3r.l day of July and IDth day of Novcinber iie.xt, Irmu lu o'clocl A. U. unul 4 o'clocl. 1-. M., cm'li or alJ daya and tliat 6l montlis imiii the 2Wi day of May i'. tiiut. ia me mue iitimen oy salil uouri tor said credltnrt tci present tlielr clalina to us ror cx andnatlon an tllowauef. I Dated at .Mo itpiller, llila 'ittli day ol June, 1 (ir.f)ltOi: O IIOVI.ES.) Commla- , 28- 8 HAlti.V S. 01.T .V, tluiiera. ESTATEOF.1A.MKS It. I.ANODON. BTATK OF VKHMONT, DlSTnlCT OF WA811INOTON. 88. In I'rohate Court, lield In Monlpellcr, In and for ald Dlttrlct, on tlic 28th day of June. A. I). 1904! Albert Tuttle.snrvlvlnu i-xi'cntor of the last will and ti' ament of .lAMIIS It I.ANGDON. late of Ilerlln. lu ald Dlstrlct, deceused, makia ap pllcatlon to eald (Jourt, witli the consent and approbatlon In wrltlnn of the legatees and dcr Ifi'cs of said dcceased. ri-sldlna: In tlio State of Vermont, Tor llceuse to sell part of the real cs tale oi aalil deceased, sltnateil In l'oiiltney, In tho County of Rutland and btatc of Verni'iiit. to wlt. llelnn the Intercst of sald deceased lnupartof the nndUliled four-llfths Interestof eald deceased In tho land known as the Enreka Slate I'ropertlcs. descrlhed as fidlow., A Mnall p-ircel of land at the northeasterly corner of the bo called Ely pasttire, and westerly of the Mattbens Slate Uompanv's land, contalulriK about one and one-fourth acres of laud, tojicther with the rlght to the sald town of Poultney to lay a leal hlfihw ' acrotssalo Ely tm&ture Iroui the south end ot sahl parcet of land southeastcrly to the present hlvhwa), reireenthiK thal the Bale ther- of vou!d be henenrlrtl to the legatees and devlsees of sald deceased, and those luterested ln lils cstate, In order to converl sald real estatc Into tuonev. Whereupon, It Is ordered by sald Court. that sald nnnllcatton be referred to asesslon tbercof. to be held at the l'robatu Ofllcc, In sald Montpelier, on the lCth day of July, A. I). I!W1, for hearliiR and declslou thereou: and It ls furtber ordered. that all persons luterested be uotlHed hereof. by publlcatlon of notlce of Bald appllcatlon and onler thereon three weeks Biiccesslvely In the Vermont Watciiman anu State Jouiinal. u nenspaper publlshed at Mont I peller, In tlils State, and wlilcli clrculatcs ln tho I nelghborhooil of those lnterested before sald time of 1 hearlni;, tliat they tuay appear at sald tlnii and place. and, If ihey seo causc. object thereto. I Ily the Court Attest. 20-28 HIHAM (IAULET0K, Judge. ESTATE OF GEOHGE W. I.A WSON Statk or Vkkmont, OlSTltlCTOr WASHlNaTON.SS. Inl'robate Court, held at Montpelier, ln and lor sald Dlstrlct, on the S7th day of June, A. D., 13tH: - JlaryEva Lawson.executrlx of the last will and testanicnt of UEOKCh W. IAW&ON, late of the Town of llarre, in sald Dlstrlct, deceased, presenta her admlnlstratlon account for examlnatlon and allowance and makes appllcatlon for a decree of dlBtrlbutlon aud partltlon of the estate of sald de ceased. Whereupon, It ls ordered by Bald Court that sald account and sald appllcatlon be referred to a seBBlon thcreof, to be held at the l'robatc OOlce. In Bald Mont pelier, ou the 16th day of July, A. 1). 1901, for bearlnp and declslon thereou; and, lt Is further or dered that notlce hereof be glven to all persons lnter ested, by publlcaUon of the same three weeks buc cesslvely ln the Vkiisiont Watciiman and State Jouiinal, a newspaper publlshed nt Montpelier, ln this state, prevlous to sald time appolnted for hear Ing, that they may appear at Bald time and place, and Bhuw cause, lf any they may have, why sald account should not be allowed, and such decree madc. By the Court. Atteet. HIHAM CAltLETON. JBDOK. 26-2J ESTATE OF LILI.A F.DOW. State or Veiimont, DI8TI1ICT OF WASIIINOTO.V, 88. In I'rohate Uourt, held ln Montpelier, In and for sald Dlstrlct, on the tlnil day of Juue A. D, 1904. Charles II. Farnswortli, cxecutor, ln tho State of crmont oi the last will aml testanicnt f I.u.l.A. F. DOW, late of Manchester, In the Coimty of lllllsborough. aud State of New Hampshlre., de ceused, preBenls his ado.lnlstratlon account for ex ainlnatlon and allownnce, and luakcs appllcatlon for a decree of dlstrlbullen and partltlon of the es tate of sald deceased. Whereupon, It Is otdered by sald Court, that Bald accouut and appllcatlon be referred to asesslon there of, tob held at tho I'rohate OtUce, lnsald .Montpelier, on the 27lhday of July.A. 1). 1904, fnrhearlng and de clslon thereou; aml It Is further ordered, that notlce hereof be Klven to all persous lnterested by publlca tlon of the sauio three weeks Buccesslvely lu the Ver mont Watchmau and State Journal. a ncwBpaper publlshed ln JIontieller, lc this State, prevlous to sald time of hearlng. that they may appear at sald time aud place, aud show cause, 11 auy they may have, wliy sald account should not be ulloweu, auu Buch decree made. Ily the Court. Attesl, 25-27 IIIltAM CAHLETON. Judge. ESTATE OF JAJIES lt. DALE. State or Veiimont, Distiuot of Washington, S. 8. In I'rohate Court, held ln Montpelier, In and for sald Dlstrlct, on the22d day of Juue. A. 1). 1904. Addle E. Dale, Admlnlstratrlx ol the e9tate ol JAMKS lt. DALE. lalu of Walts lield, lu ald Dlstrlct, deceased, presents her ad rolulBlratlon accouut lor examlnatlon aud allowance. aud makes applicatiou fora decreo ol dlslrlhutlon and partltlon of sald deceased. Whereupon lt ls ordered by sald Court, that sald account and sald appllcatlon be referred to a sesslon thereof, to he held at the I'ro hate Offlcu ln Bald Montpelier, ou the lh day ofJuly. A. I). 1904. for hearlug and declslon thereou: And, lt li further ordered that notlce hereof be glven to all persous luterested, by publlcatlon of tho sanie tlnee weeks Buccesslvely ln the Veiimont Watcii man State and Jouiinal anewEnancrpubllsuedat Montpelier, lu this State, prevlous to sald time ap- pouueu lor ueanng, inat iney may appear at saiu lline and place, and thow cause, If auy they may have, why sald accouut should not be allowed, and such decree made. Ily the Court. Attest. 23-27 1I1UAM CAItl.ETOX, Judge 1 ESTATE 0FL0IS K. JAC011S. State of Vkumont, , Distiuct of Wabiiinoton, 8. s. ln I'robate Court. held at Montpelier. In and for ald Dlstrlct, ou the 17th day of June, A. D. 1904. II An Instruiiier.t nnrnortlnff to be the last will all testameiit of LOIS N. JACpilS, late of Caldls, In sald Dlstrlct, deceased, being presented to tue uourt lor rrouaie, n is oruereu uy saiu v;uuri, that all nerannfl concerned tbereln be liottucd to aD pear at a acsslou of sald Court to be held at the I'ro bate Omce In sald Montpelier, on the 9th day of July, A. D. 1904,and Bhow cause. lf any they may have. against ine prouaie oi saiu instrumeni, lor wiucu Eurnose lt b turther ordered that notlce of this order enublUhed three weeks Buccesslvely ln the Ver- mont Watciiman and State Jouiinal, newapa per prlnted at Montpelier, ln this State, prevlous to sald time appolnted for liearlug. Ily the Court. Attest, 24-J7 lllltAM CAUI,ETON. Judge. ESTATE OF I.UCINDA II. IA'FOltD. State of Veiimont, Distiuct ;of Wasiiinotox, ss. In I'robate Court, held at Montpelier, ln and lor sald Dlstrlct, ou the 20tli day of Juue, A. D. 1904, An Inslruuieut aud codlcll thereto, purport lng to be the last will and testauieut of I.UCINDA II. IA'FOltD, late of Marshfield, lu sald dlBtrlct, deceased, bclng presented. to tb Court for I'robate, It ls ordered by sald Court, that all persons concerned Uicrcln be notltleo to appear at a sesslon of sald Court, to be held at the I'robate Offlco In sald Montpelier, ou the 9th dar ol July, A, D. 1904, and show cause, lf auy they may liave, agalust tho probate of sald tustrument and codlcll, forwldch purposa lt ls further ordered that uotlco of this orderibe publlshed three weeks Buccesslvely ln tho' Vermont Watchnian and State Journal, a newspaper prlnted at Montpelier, ln this State, prevlous to B&I4 Uids appolnted for liearlng, By the Court-Attest. S5-27 HIHAU OAltLETON, Judge Montpelier & Wells River R. R. Ia Kflect Jnne 27, 19V4. Trains leavlng MontoeUet as follows: SiOO A. M. Local. (0. V. statlon 7 :60 a. u.) Connccts at Wells Klver witli Trains North and South over 11. AM.It. It. Wbli through Eipres Train for New York, arrlvlng 7:30 A. M, with through Exprcss Tralu lor llostonarrlv ng 4;43 1MI 1 1 1 0 P. M. Exprooo. (0 V. statlon 1 :0V r. M.) Through Exprcss witli Chalr Car Ilurllngton to Fabyans. Conuccts at Fabyans with through Ex prcss lor I'ortland and Old Orcliard, also wllh trala for Summlt Mt. Waslduaton. Connects at Welli Hlver with through Express arrlvlng Hostonat8sW r.M. Also with Canadlan l'aclflo Ily. through Ex press for Montrcal and the West. 4IIOP.M, Loonl CNIIxod ) (From M. & W. It. statlon only.l Connects at Wells ltlvnr wllh T..n. w ,n.l Soulli ov r I'assumpslo Dlvlslon, and train North of JVeHs Itlvcr ovcr Whlto Mountalu Dlvlslon B. A Trains Wost. Lcave Wells Itiver S At, 100 A. H. S., 3 5 p. u. Arrlve Montpelier 10 10, 11J A. M. 4.00, 6.08 r. M. Mlxcd. From Boston. Leave Boston 10:00 a. h. Arrlve Montpelier 8:08 p, u. Suburban Trnln Sorvlco. Lcave Montpeller-40, 9.45 11.55 A. M. 7.40 S.44 Leave Barre 70 10 M A, M, 12.30 3,11, 4.10, 6.80 P. iU W. A. STOWELL, Oeneral Manager. F. W. STANYAN.Buperlntendeiit, r.W.MOHSK.Oec'l Case. Azent Gentral Vermont Rallway, CommeTiclng Juno 77, 19C4. Trains golne South and East Will Loavo Montpolior as Followai 9.00 A.M. MAIL, week days, for Boot Iprlnjt fleld and New York. 1'arlor car to New Y'ork. 12:211'. M. EXI'REo&. dally, tor Itostou and New Yorh vla Sprlnitlleld. eck aas for New London ann ew Y'ork vla Norwich line. Parlor car to Boston ani bprlngUeld. 7.04 i-.jt. I'A.HENOJ B, wee't days, for White Uivr.lunctlon and Vew York, Slecplngcar to New York except Saturday. 8.2J 1'. M. feunday only. Pan'rer for Whlto Itlvcr Junctlon and New Y ork. siepln car to New i ork WWOA. M., dally EXPKKUS, for 1 osto . vla Low ell and all polnts In New Enuland, New York and south. I'ullmap Sleepe'S to Boston and Sprlng 11 ld, 6 Trains Colng North and Wost. 2.MA.M., dJlyEXPltEaS for Montreai ane the west and week days fnr Ogdenibu-g, Itlchlorf and Ottawa, Sleeplng ears Montpelier JuncUoL to Montreal. 8.21A.M. PAS8ENOER, week days, for Burling ton, Itutland, St. Albans, Montreal, Ottawa and Richford. 9.25 A. M. Sunday only, PASSENOEB for Burling ton amlBt.AlhanB. J.33P. M. I'ASSENOEIt. week days, for Burling ton, fit. AlbanB. Montreal, Iiouses Pclnt (Jgdcnsburg and Ulchfnrd. Parlor car to Montreal without chauge, 4.01 1'. M. week days, Express for Burlington, con nectlng with trains for I'lattshurg. Parlor car. CKf.ll, KXl'ltKSa lor Ilurllngton, St. Albana andMon'r 1. PullmansleeprngcarfromMontpeller Junctlon i0 Cblcaico without cuange. Suburban Train Sorvlco. Leve Montpelier for Barre, 't.MI K60, U.M, 59.50, A. M., fW-M. 512.45, tl.66. 1.20, t7.25, (8.42, P. M Arnvfe at ltarn- twen y mlnutes after -ai lnit time. Leave Barre for Montpelier at '12.01 midnight, 7.55, t .W, 59.00 A. M 12.lll noon, tS.10, .10, W.45, 8.03, 1'.M. Arrlve at Mrntpeller twcuty mlnutes uner teavlug time. T'slns leave fot WUKamstown at t '.VSp. M. and t .t.1 p. M. All passeuger trains will stop at tne Ploneer Works to take or le.ve nasEen?er.a when Blgnaned. Sunday only. 'Dally. tWcek days. J. P. OALLE1IER, Agent. E.H.FITZIirjOH.VIce Pres., OeneralManager. J. K. li&ci LL1E4 1 uenerai raBseneer Acent. Boston & Maine Kailroad. Wlntor lArrangomont. INiEFFECT OCT. 12, 1903. Trains Loavo Wolls Rlvor North Bound. ti a M., dally, prlnclpal atatlons to Newport anf Montreal. 2:85 A.M. dally, except Monday fi'f St. Johns bury. Lyndonville, Newport Sherbrooke andQnebeo exceyt Sunday and Monday, 9:52 A. M for statlons to Newport and Sherbrooke 3:22 P, M., for prlnclpal statlons to Newport and Montreal. 3:80 P. M.for statlons to Newport, Sherbrooke ai"l Quebec. 80 1'. M., for Btatlons 10 Lyndonville. South Bound. 1:35 A. M., except Monday, for prlnclpal statlons t W. lt. Junctlon, Worcester, Boston and Sprlng aeld. 1:56 A.M., dally for statlons 00 W. M.D., to Con cord, Manchester, Nashua, Worcester, Lowell and Boston. 6:80 A. M.,trom Woodsvllle for Btatlons to Concord and Boston. 9:Vi A. M., for statlons to W. R. Junctlon, Concord, Worcester and Boston. 9:55 A, M., for s atlons on W. M. Dlv. to Concord Worcester nd Boston. .35 A. M. for prlnclpal statlons to Bostou, Sprlng- fleld and New Y'ork. 1:00 V, M for statlons to W. R. Junctlon, Sprlng- fleld. Concord, Worcester and Boston. :54 P.M., for Plymouth, Concord, Worcester and Boston. 1 46 P. M., frotn Woolsvllle, for Btatlons to Concofd J :60 P M for all Btatlons to AVhlte Rlver Junctlon. Colng North on W. M. Dlv. at 62 A. M for all statlons. :S0P. M for all statlons. 65 P. M., tostatlons to Lancaster. 0:15 A.M., Sundays only for Lanoaster. D. J. FLANDERS. Oen. Pass ml Tlcket Acont. DR, KIHG'S "'ttS'' PENNYROYAL PILLS Are highly recommtndcd by ladies who have used them. They are nrp.nf.. anil rlUhl. A trial will conrince you of their intrinsic value, Send teO cents Jor ssronle and booklet. AskforDr.King'a "Star Crown Brand." All druggisU, 1.50 a box. Kliig Mediclne Co., P. 0. Box 1930, Bottci, Mni, pnupto' obtmn i fc. auu rorciffn t touuu itMdi svwr ui imuiuviiuiiiiut'uiv.. rireorcporton pnientnuiuty. :reo ooo, iiowiobecurcTHnnL IIADkv vme Piuems nml I llHIJL-lilKlirvu K3 vOpposite U. S. Patent Office WASHINGTON D. C. iaaa CHICHTSTEn'S ENGLISH Pennyrqyal pills B Vv tlrlfflnnl and Onlr (lenuloe. l.MHAFE. AI..J.T.U.1.I. l.aJlM. ik Dricrlll rJ Vtt. " CHICHi:nTKK'S KNOI.IS1I ' vtth btu rtPDOD lukf nootber. licruie I Hunirerou Huballtutlont nnd Iintt lltina. ltuy of your Uruiitt. or n! 4e. lm t4mpi for lMrtloulMr Ttlmuntalj knd llcller for I-ailtf, i Itttvr bj rt turn Mult. 1 D.OOO 1 MtimoDUU. Sollb euUoa tbU pw MadUo Hauare. rillLA-. l'JU PARKER'S M&m BALRAM CIhth-i at.lrrW.fiM ths bslr. 1'roniutes a laiurUut growth. llair to Its Vouthful Color. Cur scalp d nnl fc hslr UUlng. A HANCE FOR BOYS TO MAKE A DOLLAR. Wo wnut nll tlio bonus wo oid get. Oau bbo lionds, lioofB, lionm auythiug lu the llue rf bones lf ouly dry. We will pay OOo per huudrnd pounds for thoroughly dry bones we oau pay ovon luoro it striotly oleau, hard, frosh, dry, bniled bntohnr's bonea and pay IrolRlita from yoar statiou if shippod iu lota of S00 poauds or uioro. May bo shippod iu barrels or ohoap Sftoks O. S. Pago, Hyde Park, Vt.