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VERMONT VVATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, TllURSDAY. JULY 28, 1904.
WEST DEKBY. Mrs. Qoorgo Story has uioved to Nowport. S. 0. Whipple 1b vlBiting friends nt Newport Ooutor. Eddlo MoOlnro hna rotnmcd from n fow dnya spent nt Slioldoii with lils brother. Mr. nud Mrs. S, E. Hitolioook nro vlsiting iu Lowoll, Billorlcn nud Bos ton. Snmnol Ooplau is soou to rnovo to Farnhnm, F. Q., whoro ho wlll opon n nlght lunoh onrt. Abel Adnins of Boston epont a part of lnst wook iu tovvii, tlio gucst ot liis nephow, Dr, G. F. Adarns. Mrs. B. F; Olork has sold hor fnrni on Indian polnt nud pnrclir.sed tlio vlllngo proporty of the lato A. S. Drow. Sho wlll ropnlr itnnd ocoupy nt 011 co. Mrs. Olnrk hns ocoupiod tho farru for thirr.y two years nud iu tlio time dontli lins tnkou nll lior faniHy, nud siuoo tho death of lior sou six years ngo sho lins livcd entiroly nlouo, She says good nelghbora aro truly a blessing nud they linvo juorlted n mnoli ueoded rest. FAIRLEE. Fred Newton is vistting friends ln Massachnsotts. Mlss Flnudors is stopping with lior sistor, Mrs. W. Portor. Mrs. Howes aud Mr. Stownrt of Boston have boeu visiting at Mr. Paines' and Mr. Winship's and loft for liomo Satnrday. Tlio cottngcs at Lake Morey aro nll occnpied, visitors oomiug nndgoiug to the lake constnntly, Mr. Winship's houso is filling up v?itli boarders. One family from Washington, D. 0,, Mrs. Benu of Ohicago aud her dnnghter, Mies Mabol Bean of Brocklyn, aro also stopplng tbere. i It is reported tliat thoro were sever al building lots sold receutly at tho lake. Mr. Dauiell has a gang of carpont ers at work on his hall. We aro glnd to see Dr. MoLnno aud his family hero agaiu for their vaca tion. Dr. nud Mr?. W. A. Farnsworth are Btopping with their danghter, Mrs. Guliok. Thoy were in Oesarea, Tur key, ns rtissionaries of tho A. B. O. F. M. mor o thau half a ceutury and are now at hoine, 'to remain perman ently. BARRE. The sohool board of Barre town flias awarded diplomaB to the follow ing pupils who recently passed the ftnal examinations for admission to Spaulding high sohool: Gladys Fletcher, flrst, 90.1 per oent, Jessie Mitoholl, seoond, 89.G per cont, Olara Waugh, third, 89 per oent', Katie Nd lan Leon Donnhue, Jospor Oonillard, Mabel Edwards, Mnurico Smith, Mary Boyco, Marguerite Eastman, Jnmes Roark. The marringe of Mlss Mary A. Pat torson and George Wright ooonrred at the horno of Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Molntosh on Satnrday evening, Jnly We Are Still Talking Farn DOES THE SUBJECT 1NTEREST YOU? The Properties are Desirable and will, we . belleve, find a ready sale. 60 ACRE PLACE ono nnd ono-half milo from Montpelier, on the West Berlin road. Will keep about 8 cows and tenm. There aro about 20 acrcs of woodlond, and about 15 tillago. Buildings nro in very comfortable condition. Ilouse painted white and oontnins 9 rooms. Itunning wnter at both houso and barn. Place is on E. F. D. Route. For markot gardoning it would be hard to find a better placo than tbis. Price, $2,500. 350 ACRE FARM which will keop ovor 50 hcad of atock, on mnin rond from Montpelier to Northfield, ribout ono and oue-half milos from "West Berlin creamery, dopot, stores, etc. About 100 acrcs nro tillage, from 50 to 75 woodland, nnd balanco pnsturngc. Over 100,000 feot of spruce, plenty of fruit, nnd Bugar bush of 1,000 maples. There aro two good houseB on the place, one painted white nnd is 1 J stories high ; contains 11 rooms; is in oxtra good shape. Tho other is in good repair, and contains 7 rooms. There are 4 barna wiUi tie-up for GOhead of cattle'. Buildings are insured, nnd plnco is nssossed for 84,000.00. Thero is nice running wnter nnd houso nnd bnrns, nnd New England Telephono in honse. Owner wishes to soll this plaeo with over 40 ncres of crops, and over 50 head sf stock. All tools, inclnding crenm soparator with horse power, McOormlek mowing machino and horso rakc; AmericnnTiarrow nnd seeder, 2 two-horse wngons, 2 two-horse traverso sleds, 1 narly new oxpross wagon, 1 driving wagon, 4 sots work hnrness, driving harness, corn plnnter, hurrowB, plows, CO coi-ds of wood, oto. In fact, overything necessary for the succcssful cnr rying on of n large farm. The price will bo rando low, na tlio owner wishea to diBposo of tho property at once, 13? To npprecinto these properties, yoit should see thero. We will bo glad to show them to you any time. D. A. PERRY, REAL ESTATE ACENCY. Barre Vt. Rooms S and 0 Qordon Block. 23, Rov, F, A. Poolo rorfotmlng tho oeromouy, MisB Goldio May Smith and Olinrlos Eugono Dlokorman, botli of tlils oity, woro niarrlod on Jnly 25 by tho Rov. Asn M. Bradloy, nt tho Uni vorsnlist parsonage. Waltor LoBarron and family aro oamplug at Berlin pond. Altorbronk ing cnmp thoy will go to Loralno, Ohio. Solon Mooro has gono to MluneBota, Miun., for nn oxtoiidod vislt with rolativos. A largo andionoo Hstonod to tho orgnu xooitnl nt tho Oougregntional ohuroh on Sunday ovoniug, glvon by S. Hollistor Jaokson, n formor orgnn ist at tho ohuroh, nud Mrs. 0. N. Fiold, soprnuo, with tho prosout or ganist, Loalio P. Austln and tho rog ular qunrtotto. All tho solgotious woro ilnoly rendered, WOODBURY. O. A. Watson lost two oows aud ono calf and two moro aro sick, cnueed by onting pnris greou, Mr. Watson wns callod awny as ho was aboat to sprinklo his potntoes nnd ho sot tho paris groen down bosido tho pnsturo fcnco iu n sccludcd spot ousido of tho pasturo, but it is sapposod thcy got to it in sonio wny. Efilo Jncobs, who lins becu visit iug rolntives in town, roturned to her home in Montpelier lnet Moudny. Myrtie Lawson of Mnssnohusetls is visltiug in town, Sho rendered n very nioo sclection in ohnroh lnst Sun day. Philo Warren has flnishod his on gngemout with Jamos Waltou and ro turned to his old home with Jenny Hnmmoll. Onrl Dronunn nnd wifo camped nt Dog pond n fow dnys lnst wcek. While thero ho cnaght a blnok bnss tliat weighed flvo pounds. x The Woodbury boys plnyed a re turn gnnio of bnse bnll nt Hardwick lnst Satnrday and got worsted ngniu, Ely Smith, n qunrrymnu, mado n miss hit with hia hnmmor nnd it bonndod baok hittiug him in the mouth, bronking ont oue tooth. HORN OF THE MOON. H. O. Nelion nnd wife from Pnt naraville, and Lyun Nolson from Barro, were at Alfred Nelsou's lnst Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Tnylor.of East Moutpelier, were in town lnst Satnr day . Mrs. A. 0. Tompleton recently vis ited at Mrs. S. O. Jaokson's. Miss Bello Dillon has gono to Put uamville to caro for Mrs, Densmore and danghter. Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Pierce from Montpelier, and Hector Wheolook from Calais, spent Sunday at G. W. Sander's. Mr. and Mrs. 0. A, Oooley, Mr. Kendrioks and Miss Enimn Oooloy spent Sunday at Long pond. Mr. and Mrs. F. 0. Jackson, with tho Misses Alioe and Florence Sau ders are spending a week at Sabin pond, Woodbury, FAYSTON. , Mrs. Oharlos Lnwrcnoo has gonoto tho Mary Flotohor Ilospital for troat uiont. Mnny of tho fanners liavo ilnlsliod hnyiug and roport nu oxoollont orop, fnlly ton por cent botter than lnst yoar. 0, H. Mohurou'a now stonm enw mill is now in good running ordor and tho whletlo may bo hoard for milos ovor tho hills. MkssEinily B. Johnson is visltlng lior fnthor and mother, Mr, and Mrs. Edward Johnson, in Oanada. J, B. Thompson spont tho Sabbath with Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Wood and other frieuds in Northfield, Mrs. Agnes Wilson aud daughtor of Mnnohcstor, N. H., aro spending n fow wooks with her sistor, Mrs. Goorgo H. Kow. MissEdna Bragg,whohaa beon vislt iug lior unolo and nunt, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Powors, in Waterbury, roturned liomo last Thursdny. J. B. Thomp3on and Geo. H. Kow aro uoing tho hnying ou tho John Fer ris placo in Wnitsflold, Fred S. Boll, who hns beon suffor ing from tho mearles, is ablo to bo ont agaiu. PEACHAM. ' Mr. and Mrs. Len Renfrew aud son nro vlsiting his mother, Mrs. A. P. Renfrow. Miss Martha Daua has gone to W. M. Butson's to board. A son welghing twelvo pounds was born to Mr. nnd Mrs. George Oham borlain July 18. Mrs. Frank Kimball is vlsiting hor daughtor, Mrs. Bolvillo ln Brad ford. Severnl attended the pionio of the N. E. O. P. at tho West Dnnvillo pond lnst Fridny. Mr, and Mrs. Kinnoy of tho Union Sunday sohool department, aro stop plng at the Mountain Viow Honse. They havo started a Sunday sohool at Erulls Hollow for Sunday afternoons. Aroh Stoelo is having his honse painted and other ropairs. Mr. and Mrs. Miiler and two ohil dren, aleo Mrs. Olark and hor dangh ter, Florence, aro vlsiting at Layfette Strobra's. EAST CABOT. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hooghton visited at Geo. Heath's Satnrday and Suuday. Grace and Gladya Blake visited at D. A. Blain's in West Barnet, Satur day and Snnday. Miss Maude MoOocso returned to her homo in St. Johnsbnry on Satnr day, Mrs. Alioe Hanscombe ig ill with eryjipelas, Avery Atkins aud wifo spent Snn day at his father's, Leonard At kins. Miss Edna Goss has roturned to Barton. SOUTH WOODBURY, W. J. Town, wifo and son, Cecil, of Boston, are vlsiting a few days at Harry Bnruham's. The ladies' aidmeets with Mrs. Bert Benjamin Wodnesday, Ang. 8. All are cordially invited. Harry Benjamin and wife, with her mother, from New York, aro boarding for two weeks at Frank Bntohelder's. Harvey Goodell of Hardwiok was at home on Snnday. Luoy Sabin, who has beon visiting her mother, for two weeks, returned to Burlington last Monday. Mrs. Warren Goodell, with her two daughters, Zelmn and Olive, is visiting her danghter, Mrs. E. E. Wolls in South Royalton. Warren Gbodell is in Bethel visiting frionds. EAST CALAIS. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Coatea spont last week at Caspiau lako with Mr. and Mrs. Ivan W. Gray, who aro thero for a Boason. C. J. Lamb and wifo aro speuding tho week at Woodbury lako. JuHub Wheolook of East Moutpelier, onoo Ln business in this town, is vis iting hero amoug friends. Ira Goodrlch and G. E. Oarley started Satnrday ou a flshing trlp to Lako Soymour, Tho Sous of Voverans oIto a nnblin danco at Memorial hall Satnrday evening, July 30. 9 EAST ELMORE. There will bo n Grango rneetlng at W. 0. Swift's next Frlday, B. F. Morse was in Montpelier. Tnosdny. Bert Welle of Woodbury viBited at F. W. Silloway's on Sunday. Mr, and Mrs. John Moreo of Wood bury visited Mr, and Mrs. B. F. Morso on Sunday. Donnls Lawson and wifo of Hard wick visited 'his- father, W. R. Lnw sou, ou Snnday. Wildlo Pilblu has a now organ. Miss Carrie Silloway has a new plano, also MIbj Milllo Hollenbeok. Mr, nnd Mrs. Austln Simonds aro the happy pnrenU of a nlce hoveu aud a half ponnd boy, born Jnly 23. Mlss Stolla 0. Wright, who hns beon vlsiting hor unolo, B. F, Morso, tho pnat threo wooks, roturned to her homo in Sprlngfiold, Mnss., Tuosday, SOUTH WALDEN. Rov. J. Thurstou hns beon soriously 111, bnHs now botter, Mrs. Gutlor of Albany, is vlsiting hor consln, Mrs. C. W. Foss. S. J. Lovojoy of Hardwiok, visited his nieco, Mrs, G. S, Wilcos, lnst Fridny. Tom Bolmont and wifo were at W. W. Bradford' on Sunday. EAST BROOKFELD. Vornon Bnrus nnd wifo loft last wook Wednusdny for St. Louls, Mo. to vlsit tho oxposition. Doputy Shoriff W. H. Spragno wns callod to Chelsea lnst wook Tnosdny to tako Elmor J. Flnudors to tho in sauo nsylum nt Wntorbury. Dr. Tonnoy Hnll SVheatloy of Brook lyu.N. Y., is mnKlni; his paronts, Mr. and Mrs. Nathnniol Whontloy, n vislt. Mrs. Blnuoho Wakoflold, who has boeu tho gnoBt of O. W. Clnrk nnd wife, retnrnod to hor home in Mont pelier the flrst of tho wook. Miss Editli Whoolook of Moutpolior is tlio guost of Miss Linin Prico. A dnughtor wns born to Mr. and Mrs. Mnrk W. Stoddnrd ou Snturdny, tho 23rd iust. WAITSFIELD. H. H. Ohlpman is in Athens visit ing his dnnghter. Mrs. A. R. Wilcox. Sllns Enton of Holyoko, MasB., is visitiug his brothors, O. G. and U. M. Eaton. , Mra. Rogors and two daughters of Burlington nro stopplng nt tho Waits field Houso. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Maxwoll returuecl home ou Satnrday after spouding a fow dnys in Montpelier nnd Roxbury. - Miss Bortlia Savage, clork iu W. E. .Tones' store, is spending hor va oatiou in St. Albnns, Burlington and Fowlor. B. F. Shaw waa at H. P. Stod dard's on Snndnv. Miss Elsio Olark of St. Albans, who hns boon speuding n week with Mar iou Dnun, roturned home Moudny. Dr. H. T. J. Howo, wifo and danghter, are tnking a onrringe drivo through tho centrnl part of the State this week. Thoy oxpect to bo nt homo the flrst of August. Dr. Harry Trask will look nftor the dootor's praotloo during his nbsenoe. O. M. Riolinrdson was in Montpe lier Tuesday and Wodnesday. Miss Isabello Jones of lown iB vis iting fiends in town. The remains of J. Muuroo Joslyn of Morrisville were broucht to thia town ana iuterred in the village cemeteiy Satnrday, July 23. Mr. Joslyn was a brother of Oassius and W. W. Joslvn, and spent his early life liere. His age was about sixty-nine years. Ho ia snrvived by a wife. Ohatman D. Bonnett passed nway at tho home of his son, S. C. Bon nett, nftor a short illneBS from n shook. His ngo wns niuotv-four years. He had mado his home with his sou, R. D. Bonnett, for about ten years, coming hero from Lyudon, wlioro nearly his whole life wns spent. His romains woro taken to Lyndon for mtermenc uesiao lils wne, wno died in 18oG. Ho also hnB two sons bnriod thero who gavo their lives for their couutry in the sixties. He is Burvived by four sons, S. 0. and R. D. of this town and H. J. and O. W. of Mont pelier... O. S. Joslin is improving his bnild ings witli a cont of paint. S. 0 Bonnett is doiug the work. RANDOLPH. William Holmnn of Trov. N. who has been spondinn a week with relntives in this vioinity loft for hia uomo on xaesday. Misses Icy and Carrie Manchester lett noro on Tnesday for Hontli Koval ton, where they will spend a few days wun reiatives. Miss Marion Bonnett of Bostou ar- riveo liere on Satnrday nnd is spend ing the week at P. J. Blaucliard's. Missea Marjorio and Lucilo Wheoler ot White Kiver Jnnotion arrived iu town ou Monday and will spend the wook witli tnelr grauumotlier, Mrs. A. A. Smith. Miss Jauo Campbell of Wallingford, uonu., waa a cuest ot llou. w. II DuBnis the flrst of the wook and left here on Tuesday for Hichcato SnriuES. whore sho will spend a week with Iriends. " Mrs. Hirnm Barton of Inswioh. S. D., who hns beenspending a week in town, the cnest or Mr. nnd Mrs. B. F. Bowman, left here on Taosday for uiaromout, jm. u., where uiio will spend six nionths with her sistor, Mrs. Jfaul, before rotnruing home. Mrs. H. L. Darliug of San Franoisoo. Oal., who hns been spending n week with iier niece, Mrs. Marv Montcom ery, left here ou Tuesday for her nome. ; Tho Elm Cottngo tennis tournament opened ou Tuosday afternoon, whon tho nrst doubles ruatoli was played bo tween Fred Oopelaud and Riohard Wiswnll vs. Dr. Oharles Onshman aud John H. DuBois. Ohnrles G. DuBois lefc here on Mon day nlght for Chicago, nftor spouding n iew uays witn nis ramuy at tho ua Bois-Abbott cottage. Misa Annn Bowman of Inswioh. S. D., arrived ln town on Satnrday and will spend sovernl months with her paronts, ,3ir. nnd Mrs. IS. b. Bowman, The ladies ot tho Oatholio sooiety will hold nn ico oream sooial in tho Grange hall on Saturdby evening, July 30. Miss Mary RubeoII, who liaa boen speuding two weeks with her nnole, A.H . Powors, loft on Monday mdrn iug for her home in Burlington. OXJ2 MTL1T4 WOltKJXG. Fall River, Jnly 20 Only two inills attempted to start up this morn ing. An nttempt in ono oase was an ntter fnllnro. The othor mill is worrying nlong with few liands. WILLIAMSTOWN. Mr. nnd Mrs. Wllllnrd Olongh of Wnshlngtou Imvo boen stopplng witli tho fnmily of thoir sou-iu.lnw, Doau Oorliss, of lato. Lyinnn Fifleld nnd Rnlph Sponcor hnvo Intely boon tront fishing iu Pitts field nud had gront snoccss. Mrs. Jnuo Sovernnco Willnrd.now of Roynltou.la vlsiting in town. Lndles who would oujoy soelngmost thrifty nnd beautifnl-gloxiniaB, should onll now, at Frod A. Ainwsorth'a drug storo. Wnltor Willinms of Barro is working ln the ofllco of tho GroarBon-'Bcokott Grnnito Oompnny, nnd with tho pros poot of givlng Batlsfaotlon. George T. Colby, who is tho prosi dont of tho Dog Rivor Valloy ABHOOla tion,tolls ns tho holdora of the old cer tiflcntea of Btook nro dcsirod to sond thom to tho Northfield Snvings Bauk, or to tho troaBuror of tlio nssoointiou, nnd got new OflrtincntoB on or before tho flrst Tnosdny iu August, An guut 2. Willinm Withoroll is nbout to visit fnmlly friouds in Efllnghnm, Onrroll conuty, N. H. Mrs. Mnrtha Wnlkor Dowoy.nioco of Enos F. Wnlker, is visiting in Rhoie iBlaud jnst now. Miss Etta M0K00 1ms rotnruod from hor vncntion iu Onrada to work in G. Jj. Edaou's storo. Sho snya hor broth-or-in-lnw, Georgo Marr, roaohod iiis old homo in Scotlnnd Bnfely ou his Vbcntion. Mrs. Azro A. JRoed gnvo for hor pnly little idnughtor n party ono day last wook tliat ninst liave boen grently enjoyed with its gnmos nnd refrosh ments. Honry A. Alnsworth nnd wifo nro nt his summor home nt Miohillinda, Michignn, ou tho onstorn shoro of Lnko Michignn. Tlio Unlversalist ladies are to givo n Inwu party at tho honso of Loslio D. Galo, Tnesday aftoruoon nnd ovonlng of this weok. Miss Mnry, dnnghter of Honry A. Alnsworth, of Molinp, 111., cnmo out to Maino, last weok, for n vncation. Wero told thnt Vetemns Goorgo W. Savery, Ohnrles O. Staplos nnd their wives will go to tho coming G. A. R. meeting iu Boston. Judgo Austin Yonng and wife will loave hero, oarly next week, for thoir liomo iu Minneapolis. Mrs. Geno Incnlls. now of North. fiold, hns lately beon the guest of hor motuer, Mrs. waiter Wllliams, of our village. Mr. and Mrs. Ingalls are boarding with Mrs. Harvey L. Cheney or iMorumeia. Mrs. J. Munroo Senver and sister. Miss Lizzie Work, gavo the Misses Aiioo j. and annotte tf. Edsouapleas aut ontiug in a oarriago drive to Brookfield ono day last week. Thore they took Miss Lnoy J. White aud a aenghttni time was had pionioking Miss Eflie Whitney has been quito sick of late at tho home of her broth er, Jj'red Whitney. Joe and Will Sohofield. sons of Rev. Willinm Sohofield, are to be here this weeK lor a visit. Both, who aro well rememberod hero, are eugineers for tho isoston nn Maino Kailroad Oompany, the formor having his home in Lyn donville and the other in Shorbrook. P. Q. They seem to have aohievod a une Buccess ln their work. The ill health of n sister of Miss Atkina of Cabot, who taught hero last term, wiu iormu her roturn as a teacher noxt torm. This will surely causo regrec. On tho 1st iust. Fred A, Klanchard aud Miss Vina E. Gray of Berlin were married by Rev. F. E. Ourrier. The weuding was at tho homo ot Ira Gray, father of the bride. Granito Outter Henrv Nixon's fnm. ily is living in Groton. J. K. Lynde's pacor last week took the 3d money, S75, in a raco at San- gnB, Mass., Sho had the same success iu Nashua, N. H., not mauy weoka ago. Mrs. Fred Brown of Lebauon, N. H., was the guest of Mrs. GeorEO L. Edson lnst weok. A. Sherman Winchester will aot as nngont here for the sale of frnit trees trom the nursery of K. G. Ohnse, Gon ovn, N. Y. Hnrloy Martin'a familv and Mica Gertrude Martin are camping ont at Berlin ror a weeK or two. Thoy 00 oppy the Lyude cottage. Jaoob Fliut continuesto improvo aa to 111s uroKeu nmb. uut with hia al moat totnl loss of sigiit, and greatly impaired hearing, it would seem tliat the infirmities of old ago tuost rest nonvny upon him, however patiently he bears them. They sno'.y moBt oall ont great Bympathy for him all aronnd. It Ia said tliat Fred Wobster has aohioved a fiuo suooess in liiB canning bnsiuess in northorn New York. Albert M. Goodrioh has been the viotim of rheumatism to a paiufulde groe this soasou. With the soaroity of farm help aud trying to do so muoh of tho work himsolf ou his farm, ho finds it anything bnt easy. Mrs. Lewis V. Mnrtiu hns had tho ploasure of n few weeks' visit at at the St. Louia ExpoBition. The priuoipal drawbaok in the oase of onr fnrmers, thnt we hear spokou of, is tho soaroity of hired help, and bo the high prico for it. Hero is what wo have jnst boon written concorning a farm in tho West, tliat we have often viBited, a farm iu ono of tho rioli Beo tious there and thnt we suspeot conld not be bonglit for loss than 60 to 80 or moro dollars por aore. Winter wheat and dover waa injnrod to thnt exteut thnt thore will bo no hay aud only enough wheat for seed for anothor soasou, aud the ontlook ia tliat high taxes and insurance wonld consame any snrplns on this fine and well car ried on farm. A snn wns rnnontlv hnrn tn Mr and Mrs. "Don" A. Earle, now of Miaaiosex. We hear that our formor towns woman. Mrs. Hawlev Guln. nnw nf Barro oltv. is iu verv noor hsnlth from dropaloal tronble. Onr village oreamery nald its nat- rous 18 cents per pound for bnttet fat tn Juue. Mrs. Jamos S. Honkina accomnnnied hor brother, Horace Fliut, and wife to Wlndeor last week to vislt her brother, ox-Oonduotor Fronk W. Fllnt. Will O. Martin retnrnod to Ottnwn. Oanada, lttBt wook, leaving hiB family hore. He will bo baok here for them iu a few weeks. Mrs. Ilerbort Fnrnhnm hns beon vis ltiug hor mothor in Bolton of lato. Waltor Dnvison and familv roaohod thoir doBtlnatlon in BrltiBh Oolnmbin duly. Miko Somaiui ia said to bo in Pitts bnrgh, Pn. Will H. Whoelor'a family iskoeping honso in Calais nt pro&ont. His bou "Bou" hns conio on from Dob Moines, lown, nnd ia with him. Mr. Whnolor'a health romnina nbout tho snnio. Mr. nud Mra. Jnmes Edward Alns worth roturnod from Olatomout, N. H., laBt Frlday. Mra. Elvirn Ring Scott, a danghter of the lato Mosca Ring, is said to bo in vory poor honlth at tho homo of hor sister, Luoy A., ln NaBlina, N. H. Arrivnls last Satnrday woro Oharles R. Ainwsorth, wifo and daughtor of Molino, III., Mrs. Ohestor Martin, and daughtor, ;Mrs. Gcorgo E. Maloy aud hor daughtor of St. Oioud, Mlnne sotn, Wlll Sohofield nud wife of Shor brooke, P. Q., Joo Sohofield and wifo. Mrs. W. R. Noblo of Plainfield is lioro vlsiting hor sister, Mrs. Maynard Sponcer. Thomas Shoridnn hns beon building a stnble 18 by 87 feet, ceiled with mntched boarda for Thomns Wnldo. The flrst of this yoar thore vore 180 momborB in our Grnugo. Sinoo theu thoro hns been n clnss nddod, nnd uu othor olnsa is to bo nddod ero long. At their mootiug last wook, nt tho town hall, thoro wns a mook court thnt last cd till noar midnight. Good Oliuton Orain,. tho ac'onsod, had a jury trlnl, nnd wns convictod "of hnving tnken from Ohnrles A. Briggs" (nu oxcollont farmer, who, for a wonder, doesn't koop fowls), "a blaok Spanish rposter with rod feathors." Snoh "a rnnk offeuco" of conrso, wns proved, on tho oooasion, "to smell to Hoaven," and a ponnlty nccordin' was imposed. We vonturo the oplnion, howover, thnt Mr. Oram will not be ostrnoised by his follow Grnugers, or by liis'towus mon nt lnrge I Georgo Abbott of Northfield wns in town over Sundaj with friends. WEST CORINTH. Mr. Woods ia now bonrding with hia wife and childreu at Mrs. Kennis ton's. Arrangempnta are to be mado to have tho Snnday Bohool Bcholara and teachers atteud tho Snnday scliool convention at the Ceuter next Frlday. Mrs. R. H. Williama went to Or ford, N. H., to onrrry hor father, John Ologsden, home last Satnrday nnd remnined over Sunday. Mrs. Keunistou nud sou, Scott, and Mrs. Woods went iutonpastnreknown na the Oregon one day laat week to piok raBpberries. Thoy hnd beon there but a short timo when they snw a wild auimal which they thonght was a wildoat, as its head waa liko a cat with a body na large ns a dog. It ran down over a edge and looked nt them bnt they preferring not to bo loooked nt by sncli an animal, made uso of their feet in u livcly manner. They arrived where their tenm was and theu made their way home in safety. Mrs. Sarah Lake of Barre is stop plng for n few weeks witli her cousin, Mrs. H. E.JDay. Mr. Woodcock of Vershire attended chnroh hore last Sunday. O. F. Lake retnrns this week to Bradford to finish his work for Mr. Wymnn. Oaleb Fuller has recently been quite sick nnd attended by Dr. Oorwin of Chelsea. He is improving at tbia writing. PLAINFIELD. S. S. Smith ia at Grotou pond camp ing this week. Miss Mary Russoll of Burlington is the gnoBt of Mrs. S. L. Gilman for a short vacation. Carlylo Wells of Uambridge ia visit ing bis graudfather, J. B. Wolls. Mrs.. Nolson Morse and son were in Montpelier last week. Rev. A. J. Eaatman of East Barre preached at the Congregntioual ohnroh ou Snuday iu exchauge with Rev. R. L. Sheair. Wyoming Lodge F. nnd A. M., wlll hold its next regular mootiug on Thursday ovening. Tho third degreo will be couferred. Mrs. J. U. Keuny of Boston is visit iug at her home iu town. Mrs. Ethel Ladne, who has been honsekooper for Fred Perrin, returned to lior homo in Richford on Mouday. Frank Bartlett and wifo of Boston are expeoted to arrive at T. H. Bart sett's tho last of the week. Elmer Maxfield is attending tho summor sohool at St. Johnsbnry. The dam at the mill is belng taken away ty workmen this week to make way for a new stone dam to bo bnilt at ouce. The work will neoessitate Legal Notices. ESTATE OF AHlt.UI.VM 0. SriliO. Statk of Vkbmont, DisTincTor Washington, aa. InFrobate Court, lield at Montpelier, In and tor rild UUtrlct, on tlio 20lh day of July, A. 11 ., 191)11 HenrT L. Farwell. Admlnlstrator. of the catate ol AltltAlIA.M C. Sl'IlIO, late of Montpelier, iii aiu Liiiirict. uecesiw, prvsenu nn aaminif Iratlon account for examlnatloa and allowance and m&kea appllcatlon fors deerce of duUrllmUon andnartltlou of the entate of tald deceued. Wnereupon.lt iaordcred by tald Court tliat tald account and aald appllcatlou be referred toeeion tliereof, to be lield at the l'robate Offleo, In aald Mont pelier, on the 18th day of Auguat, A. I). l&M, for nearlnir and deftlilnn tlieroon! and. It Ia Airlhr an dered that notlce jiereof be glven to all peraona Inter cated, by publlcatlon of the aame three weeka tuc- ceaaireiy in iue viiiuoNT watciiman and mtatk Jodbnal. a ncwitinDfr nubllihed at Montneller. In uui Diaic. preTioui io aam uiiie appoinieu loruear Inff. that tuer niav annear at lald time and nlace. and now cauie, u any iney niay nave, wny aamaccouDi hould not be allowed. and tuch decree made. Iiy ine uouri. Aiieic HIltAM CAKLETOK, JDDQE. 10-32 ESTATK OF MAUY A. WKUSTEH. Statx or Vermont, Distbict or WAeinmiTOK, s s. In Probate Cnurt. Iiplil at Montnffllpi. In anil tnt iild UUtrlct, on the 26th day of July, A. I)., IfOI. Merton 1. WelU. Adralnlstrator, of theettatsof MARV A. WKI1KTKU lita ot L'abot-ln niilrlrt. deceated, preaenta hli admlnlttratlon account for eiamlnatlon and allowance, and makea appllcaUon for a deeree of dlitrllmtlon and partltlon or the ei late of lald deceaied. Wliereupou It li ordered by aald Court, that aald account and aald appllcatlon be referred to a aeulon tliereof.to be helu at the l'robate Ofllee ln tald Montpelier, on the ITtli day of Aug. A. U. 1801, for heaiiim and drcUlon thereont Aud, lllaturther or dered that liotlce hereor be Klren to all peraona In teretted, -by publlcatlon of Ihe aame three weeki ucceulvely tn the Vkuuont Watciiuan anb Stats Jouiinal, a newipaper pubiuhed at Mont pelier, In IliU State, prevloua to aald time appolntod for liearlng, that they mar nppear at aald tlmd and place, and, tuow cauie, If any they may haue why aald account ihould not be allowed, and tuch dtcree niaite, By the Court.-Atteit, 3 illltAJlCAULETON, Judg. tho loss of powor for nbont n month aa it 1b oxpooted it will tako abont that tlmo to co'mplote it. Tho ostiinatod coBt of tho now dam is $2,000. Sonio of the local horsomou wero rocoutly lntorosted ln a raco botwoon n linrnn drlvnn ,v .Tnlm nnn ai1 n,. othor driven by a maii from North iuontponer. xno rnoo was on a half milo strotoh on High streot. Mr. Ryan won, bost two in threo. B. H. Wolls of Bnrro was in town giving his friends a rido in his auto. Miss Bessio Pittkin of Barre is tlio gnost of MIbs Olara Perrin for a few days. Carl Fobb and wifo wont to Walden on Thnrsdny for a two wcok's stay. John Foss ia at Groton pond camp. ing this weok. Mr. Komble of Bostou, who ia in the post-ofllco depnrtmont omploy, has boon looking over tho territory in proparation to the ostnbllshment of two rnrnl frae dollvory rontes ln town. A committoo hns been appolntod to nrrange for n Sunday scliool picnlo. Tho picnio will probablv bo nt Pigoon pond in tne near fnturo." L. K. Abbott is reported very ill with hoart trouble. Tho First Frnit Harvesters held thoir laBt meeting on Snnday night. Marjorio Cnto fell from n hnmmook on Sntnrday and was in convulsions all tho nfternoon. Sho is nbont ns nsunl nt this writing. Ernest Batchelder of Barre spent Snndny in town. O. W. Iiignlla of Montpelier wo in town on Snturdny. NORTH OALAIS. Dr. L. L, Loonard is stopplng for the presont at the home of his brother, Lee W. Leonard. Mrs. Evalino Hall, who has beon visiting Mrs, J. W. Hawkins, returned to hor homo on Tuosday. Miss Nettio Riokard is visiting in Hardwiok this week. Regnlar meeting of the S. of V. and W. R. C. at Memorial Jiall next Satnrday evening. The date or the Slnyton reunion at Memorial hall ia Aug. 17, and the re union of Co. I, 11th Vt. Vols. is Aug. 22. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Holmes of Barre are visiting at Ira Holrues. During the severo thnnder storm of Wednesday nioming lightning struok the residence ot Mrs. Botsey Marsh. It entered the ohimney nt the south end of tho honse and toro np the floor to within two feet of where she was sit ing anddid a Jargeamountof damage. MAltltlA. OES. In Strafford, Jnly 21, by Rov. H. Cnmmings, David A. Morrill and Carrie E. Bisbee, both of Elgin, III. In Montpelier, by Rev. J. Edward Wright, July 20, Walter E. Macey and Miss Ethol L. Ordway, DEATIIS. In Mlddleaex Center, July 23, Ben jamin F. Smith, aged CS. In Worcester, Jnly 24, Mrs. Luoinda Gould, aged 70. In Strafford, July 27, CliErles L. Bialey, aged 28, In Strafford, July 1, Loster E Olarx, aged 30. In Srafford, Jnly 16, Emily Graves Brown aged 83, BUITJ2S. In Monteplier, Jnly 21, a danghter to Mr. and Mrs. 0. F, MoKenna. In East Monpelier, Jnly 20, a son to Mr, and Mrs. Arthnr Stratton, In Montpelier, Jnly 22, a danghter to Mr. and Mrs. Aithur Knight. In Putnarnsvile, Jnly 28, a danghter to Mr. ond Mrs. Fred S. Densmore. REPUBLICAN COUNTY CONVENTION. Tho Ropublican votera of tho Oonnty of Washington are reqnested to meot iu convention by their delegates at Armory Hall, Montpelier, Tnesday, Angust 2nd, 1004, at 10 o'clooka. m., to nominate candidatea for threo Son ntors, two assistnnt jndgoa of tho conuty oourt, Jndge of Probate, State's Attornoy, Sheriff, High Bai liff, to be supportod by the freamen of the Oonnty at the noxt biennial eloo tinu, also to eleot a County Oommit tee. Towns will be represented in con vention on the basis of three delegatea from eaoh town ana city and one ad ditional delegate for eaoh fltty votera or mnjority frnction tliereof, ns shown by the vote for Governor in 1900. Delegates will be chosen at primary meeting onlled by the Republican com mittoo in each town and will provido inemseivos wmi proper oredontiais, slgnod by the aeoretary of the meeting at which they are eleoted. They are reqnested to presout snoh credentials to tho Conuty Committoo at Armory Hall immediately on their arrival in Moutpelier on the niorning of tho couventiou. Speolal convention ratea to Mont pelier and return from all atations in Washington Oonnty on the Oentral Vermont and Montpelior and Wells Rivor roads. Fred Porrin, J. H. Winoh, F. M. Oorry, . R. W. Putnam, O. H. Hainos, O. F. Camp, , F. L. Hathaway, Oonnty Committoo. Montpelier, Jnno 80th, 1004. On tho abovo Hasis tho Boveral towns in tho Oonnty will bo eutitlod to rep resentation aa follows : Barre Olty 17 Montpelier 20 Barro 8 Moretown 5 Berlin 6 Northfield 0 Cabot 7 Plainfield 5 Calais 7 Roxbury 5 Duxbury 5 Waitsfield fl East Montpelier 5 Warren 6 Fayston 5 Waterbury ! 10 Marshfield 7 Woodbury 7 Middlesex C Worcester 5