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VERMONT WATOHMAN & STATB JOURNAL,, THUR9DAY, SEPTSMBHR -a. 1909.
Legal Notices. ESTATE OF LYDIA A. PITKIN State of Vimimont, H DlSTIUCT 01' WASHINGTON, 88. In probato court, hcld In Montpelier, 111 and for snid District, on tho 25th day of August, A. D. 1009, OZtAS C. l'lTKIN Administrator of thc Estatc of LYDIA A. PITKIN, latc of Marshfield, in said Dis trict, dcceased, makes application to said Court, with tlic conscnt and approbation in writing of tho heira of said dcceased, residing in the Statc of Vermont, for licenso to scll all of thc real cstato of said dcceased, situatcd in Marshfield in said District, reprcsenting that thc salc thcrcof would bc bcncficial to thc heirs of said dcceased, and thoso interestel in hcr estate, in ordcr to convcrt said real cstatc into "nioncy. AVhercupon, it is ordered by said Court, that said application bc rcferrcd to a, session thcrcof, to bc held at thc Probatc Oflice, in said Montpelier, on thc 13th day of Septembcr, A. D. 1009, for hcaring and dccision tliereon; and it is further ordirod, that all pcrsons interestcd bc notified hercof, by publieation of noticc of said application and ordcr thercon thrcc wccks succcssively in tho Vermont Watchman and Statc Journal, a newspapcr .published at Montpelier in this Statc, and which ereulates in thc neighborhood of those interestcd, beforc said timc of hcaring, that thcy may appear at said timo and plaee, and, if they sec cause, objcct thcrcto. By thc Court Atlost, Frank J. Martin, Judgr ' 34'30 COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE. ESTATB OF AXTHONY A. l'l'.ltllY. Thc undersigncd, having bccn appointcd by tho Hon. Probatc Court for thc Dis trict of Washington, commissioncrs to receive, examine, and adjust all claims and demands of all pcrsons against thc cstatc of ANTIIONY A. PEIUtY, latc of Cabot, in said District, dcceased; and all claims cxhibitcd in offset thcrcto, hereby givo noticc that wc will mcet for thc pur pos;s aforesaid, at tho Town Clcrk's office, in the town of Cabot, in said Dis trict, on thc 11th day of Scptcmbcr and 31st day of January ncxt, from 1 o'clock p. m. until 5 o'clock p. m., cach of said days, and that six months from thc 30th day of July A. D. 1009, is thc timc limited by said Court, for said creditors to present tlieir claims to us for examination and allowance. Dated at Cabot this 0th day of August A. D. 1909. Mcrton D. Wells Commissioncrs. AValterS.Ford. - 34-30 ESTATE OF EZEKIEL SKINNER Stati: or Vermont, DisrniCT of Wasiiinoto.v, ss. In Probatc Court, held at Montpelier, in and for said District, on thc 12th day of August, A. D. 1909, an instrumcnt pur porting to bc thc last Will and Testamcnt of EZEKIEL SKINNER, latc of Plain field, in said district, dcceased, being prc smtcd to tho Court, for Probatc, it is ordered by said Court, that all pcrsons cScerncd therein bc notified to appcar at a session of said Court, to bc hcld at thc Probatc Offico in said Montpelier, on thc 13th day of Scptcmbcr, A. D. 1909, and s'how causo, if any thcy may have, against the probate of said instrumcnt, for which purposc it is further ordered that noticc of this ordcr bc publishcd threo wccks succcssively in thc Vermont Watchman and Statc Journal, a newspapcr printcd at Montpelier in this Statc, previous tosaid time appointcd for hcaring. - By the Court Attcst l'"rank J. Martin, Judge, 33-35 COMMISSIONERS NOTICE ESTATE OF ALBERT DWINELL The Undersigncd, having bccn appointcd by thc Honorablo Probatc Court for thc District of Washington, commissioncrs, to receive, examine, and adjust thc claims and demands of all pcrsons against thc estate of ALBERT DWINELL, lato of Calais, in said District, dcceased, and all claims cxhibitcd in offset thcrcto, hereby givo noticc that we will mcet for the pur pose aforesaid, at thc Town Clcrk's oflice in tho town of Calais, in said District, on 'the 18th day of Septembcr and 19th day of February ncxt, from 1 o'clock p. m. until 4 o'clock p. m., on cach of said days and that six months from thc 23d day of August A. D. 1909, is the time limited by said Court for said creditors to present thcir claims to us for examination and allowance. Dated at Calais this 31st day of August A. D. 1909. Warren E. Bliss, Commissioncrs. Georgo E. Sanders, 3j FULL QUART DOTTLES All porsons nro rccomniedcd to tako Foley's Kidnoy for backacho, ruoumatism, and kidnoy and blnd dor trouble. It will qulekly correct urinary irregularltlos, which. Jf nog locteu, may dovolopo into a uorlous illness. It will restoro hcalth and Btrongth. Do not noglcct slgns ot kidnoy or bladdor trouble and risk flrlGht's discaso or dlaboteB. SoVl Jiy all Drugglsts. T0 REDUCE EXPENSES Postmastcr Oeneral Hltchcock Calls on Presldent Toft to Lay Before Hlm a Plan to Cut Down the Outlay John C. Cobb Also Pays Vlsit Boverly, Scpt. 1 Postmastcr Gcneral Hitchcock camc to Bevcrly this aftcmoon to lav bcforo thc Prcsidcnt, plans which hc is mnking to rcducc thc cxpcnscs of thc post ofliJO dcpartment. Wlnlo lic was licrc thcro werc scvcral othcr mattcrs, including postmastcr appointmcnts, cen stis appointmcnts in the south and dctails of whcn and whcrc Hitchcock is to conncct with thc Taft party on tho coming wcstern trip, which camoinfora sharo of thc after- noon. Thc only callcr reecivcd by Prcsidcnt Taft to-day bcsidcs thc Post mastcr Gcneral, was John C. Cobb, of Boston. Cobb is bcing spoken of in this neighborhood for thc post of Survcyor of tho Port in Boston to succccd Jcrcmiah J. MeCarthy and it is considcred a little signilicant that his call should havc fallcn on thc drtV followinc that of Chair- man Doty and Executive Clcrk Grovcs of thc Massachusctts Rcpubhcan com mittce. TWO WEDDINGS IN WATERBURY Dr. G. E. Bldwell Marrics Miss Katrina Nandt, and Daughter of Dr. D. D. Grout is also a Bride Watcrburv. Sept. I Two wcddhigs occcurrcd hcre today, thc iirst being that of Dr. G. S. Bidwell, a promin?nt pliysician of (his placc and Miss Katrina Nandt, which took placc at 2 o'clock this aftcr 110011. Thc wcdding march was playcd by Miss AVhecler, of New Britain, Conn., and tho counle camc up thc aislc of thc Mcthodist cliurch, whcrc thc ccrcmony took placc, prcccdcd by Hestma aml raui ine Bidwell, daughtcrs of thc groom. Rov. S. B. Kellocc pcrformcd thc ccrcmony and thc newly wcddcd pair left 111 an automobilc for parts unknown. Tho sccond weddinc took placc at tlie rcsidcnce of Dr. D. D. Grout, Supcrinten dent of thc Statc Hospital for the Insane, at 3 o'clock, with only a fcw- relatives present. Miss Annic Grout was unitcd to William Gilbcrt, also of this placc, thc ceremony also being performed by Rcv. S. B. Kellogg. Many beautifui present s of cut glass and silver wero reecivcd, and after a sliort wedding tour, the counle will rctum to Waterbury where thcy will take up thcir rcsidcnce CIVIL WAR VETERAN DEAD Expires in Burlington at Home of Daugh ter Member 16th Vermont Burlington, Septembcr 1, Special. James D. Iluron, a vctcran of tho Civil War, dicd to-day at thc home of his daugh ter, Mrs. Victor llorncr hcrc, agcd 09. Hc was born in New York City, but spcnt thc most of his lifo in Underhill. IIo was a member of Company E, 10th Vermont Regimentand also of Stannard Post of the G. A. II. PASTOR ACCEPTS CALL Rev. H. E. Hinckley, of Weston, Mass., to Occupy Pulpit of Randolph Church Randolph, Scpt. 1 Rcv.II. E.IIinckley, of Weston, Mass., has acceptcd a call to the Fcdcrated Baptist and Mcthodist churchcs of this village. Mr.IIinckley is a Baptist clcrgyman and sincc his graduation from collcge has preachcd in Maine, Browstcr, Evcrett and Weston, Mass. Hc lias bccn fivc ycars in the last pastorate and thc cliurch of Weston has had a rcmarkablo growth in membership, largely through his pcrsonal efforts. ATTORNEY GENERAL'S OPINION Says All Residents Are Eligible for 50 Cent Hunter's License In Vermont Atty. Grn. .1. G. Sargcnt, of Vermont, has nnnounced through State's Attorncy Gates, of Washington county, his inter- pretation of tho hunter's liccnsc law which was passed by thc last legislaturc and ovcr which therc lias bccn much discussion as to the meaning of thc word "alicn" in thc second section. Hc rules that tho word "alicn" means non-resident of Vermont and tliat, therefore, any bona fide resident of Vermont, though hc is not naturahzcd, can take out a hunter's liccnsc. This is tho intcrprctation which City Clcrk Mac kay, of Barre, madc, Attorney Gencral Sargont construes that thc word "alicn" in the act No. 147 is mcant to bc synonymous with the word non-resident which is uscd in tho preceding linc. IIo says that hc is compellcd to this opinion by tho fact that all but two of the Stato's attorneys, of Vermont, hold tho samc opinion. In othcr placcs in thc act hc finds that tho law makes distinction betwecn residents and non-rcsidents. VERMONT GETS 26,000 Allotments Made from Congressional Fund Appropriated for the Militia Washington, Aug. 29 Four million dollars appropriated by Congress for thc militia has been allotted among tho sov. eral States and Tcrritorics by Licut. Col E. M. Weavcr of thc gencral staff corps of tho army, who is chicf of tho division of militia. Tho cnlistcd strcngth of tho militia ns shown by tables preparcd by Col. Weavcr is 109,7, and the allotments undcr various heads includo 81,472,250 for arms, equipment and camp purposcs, S 190,750 for the promotion of nllo praclicc, 028,501 for ammunition and $020,050 for supplics. Tho allotments includo tho following: Connecticut S00,000, Maino 540,000, Mns- snchusetts S142.000, New sIIampshiro S37.000, Now York S3f0,000, Rhodo I&land 830,000, Vermont S20.000. 40 conta n month puts an up to dato Morning nowspapor on your broakfast table. Leavo your nomo with B. T. Seguln, tho nowsdealer, and he will seo you havo it. A trial ot tho now papor is all that is askcd of you. STOLE CONFISCATED WHISKEY . -4 Some Onc Abstracts Two Bottles of Llquor From Justlce Dicklnson's Desk in Middlebury Middlebury, Aug. 30 Two bottles of whiskev, which wcrc placcd in thc custody of Justicc Dickinson, of this town on tho last day of thc Addison County Fair havc disappcarctl and thc cvidcncc against two alleged "bootlcggers" is not to bc found. Thc pohcc madc a raid 011 a Cfrtain cating cstablishmcnt 011 thc fair grounds on thc last day of tho fair and confiscatcd two bottles of whiskey which thcy found therc, Icnving it in caro of Justicc Dickinson, bcforc wliom thc ciiec was heard. Saturday afternoon, Justicc Dickinson lcft his oflice for a few'inoments, leaving the linuor 011 his dcsk, but on returning, thc bottles wero niissing. The caso against thc two mcn, Fred Bemard and Luto Shaw, for kecping and sclling was brought up Monday morning. but oij account of the lack of iinportant evldenee, it was nccessary to bind thcm ovcr to the Dcccmbcr term of county court. Jlcan- while ,thc Qfficers are making a strict investigation to rceover tlic stolcn goods. AUTO FALLS INTO RIVER Strikes Cow Ncar South Royalton and Nearly Causes Two Deaths South Royalton, Aug. 30 As A. W. Cootc, Cliicf of the Firc Dcpartment, of St. Albans, and n passcnger wcrc rc- tuming fromarecord trip to Bcston in an :mt nmohilc cn routc to St. Albans Saturday afternoon, they camc suddenly to grief a milc abovc Sharon. A man leading two cows caused thcm to slackcn thcir rapid pacc; turning to thc upper sidc of the road thcy passcd onc cow all right and would liave tho othcr but as thc car -was passing hcr she turncd about, backing onto thc forward whecls, turning them so thc car boundcd across thc road down a stccp cmbankmcnt of rocks and bushes into thc White River. Tho car turncd turtlc. The rivcr bcd thcre is of solid rock with thc watcr about four fcct decp. Going over the bank, Mr. Cootc, who was driving the car, cither jumped or was thrown out, thc othcr occupant madc a plungc for thc watcr and swam out. Both mcn escapcd. Immcdiatcly about twcnty pcoplc'arrivcd 011 thc sccne to rcnder assistance and by uid of a yokc of oxen the car was draggcd out of thc rivcr up thc bank. The front axlo was badly damaged rendering thc car useless so it was taken to thc railroad station, shippcd to Burlington, and thc occupants 'cntinued thcir journcy by train. Tlieir cscarc was little lrss than a niiracle. BASEBALL TEAM ARRESTED Warrent Out For 10 Young Men of Walling ford Team on Charge of Breach of Pcace Wallingford, Aug. 30 Ten young men of thc bascball tcain from this town will probably bc arresttd on Tuesday, on a wainint charging them with breach of the pcace against Lot Underhill, of Shrewsbury. The wanant is issued aecording to the statcmcnt of thc author- itics hcre, but very fcw details can be Icarncd tonight. Tho offencc for which thc young men are to be arrested consists of alleged annoyance of Mr. Underhill while tho team was cn routc to Shrewsbury 011 Saturday to play the town team thcre. It is alleged that thcy mct the man 011 the road, and while thcy did not alight from tho wagon, thcy caused him considcrablo annoyance, rcsulliiig in thc complaint ngaist them. BERLIN Herbert Alfrcd Burnham, rcadcr and impcrsonator, of Middlebury Collegc, will cntertain at thc Congregational church at Berlin Conier Saturday cvcning Aug. 2S at 7.45 o'clock assistcd by good musicians. Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Winslow lcft Wcd- ncsday for Bay Vicw, Mc, as thc gucsts of Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Cur.cr. Mr. and Mrs. W. Ilubbard, of Rochester, visistcd friends in town last wcck. A party of 25 pcoplc visitcd thc.Ccntral Vermont Pomona Grange inccting which mct in Williamstown, last Wednesday, and report a vcry pleasant time. Mrs. Arthur Bunn and family are spcnding some time with relatives in Braintree. Mrs. Walter Bridgc, of Boston, Mass,, was a guest of Mrs. Charlcs Brown last Wednesday and Thursday. Mrs. Ilarry Spaulding ,of Brattleboro, and Miss Ilelcn Thurber,of Hartford, Conn. who havo bccn spcnding a sliort time with thcir cousin, Mis, Ellcn House, re turned to tlieir homcs last Thursday. Lawyer's Sharp and Bitlng Retort. Two woll known lawycrs wero try Ing a caso bcforo "Squlro" Wllllam Brown. Evory little whilo ono or tho othcr of thc attorneys would sny somo thlug. One of thcm snecrlngly crltl clscd tho languago in a statcmcnt madc by tho opposlng counsel. "Sco hcre," cnmo back tho lawycr who was atlackcd, "Pll havo you un dcrstand, my dcar slr, that I know what I'm tolklug about. I'm an A. B., an A. M. aud a LL. B. I gucsa you havou't got much on mo when you como rlght down to It" "Ycs," snapped tho othcr lawycr, "I know you'ro an A. B,, A. JI. and all that. And you'ro an A-S-S." Which, of courso, stopped further nrgument. riovclnnd Plaln Dcalcr. Don't wcar a coat wltli n stain unon it ask your druggist for lightning clcanci adv Tcstifies After Four Years ' Cailialo Cditer, N. Y., G. B. Burhans, writcs: "About four ycars ago I wrotc you that I had bccn cntircly curcd of kidnoy troublo by tnking two bottles of Foley's Kidnoy Rcmedy, and after four ycars I nin agaln pleascd to stato that I havo novcr had any relurn of thoso symp toms and I am evidently curcd to stivy cnrcd." Foley's Kidney Remedy will do ho samo for you, Sold by ull drugglsts. DEAD NUMBER 10,000 Reccding of thc Flood Does Not Betray Any Exaggeration of the Early Reports Many Killcd by Falling Bulldings Tnrcdo, Tcxas, Scpt. 1 A mcssago reecivcd hcro to-day from a rcliablc buslncss man of Montcrey, statcd that thc list of dcad in Montcrey from drowning, cxposurc and falling buildings will total tcn thousand. Twelve hundrcd bodics havo alrcady bccn rccovcrcd nnd jilaced in various hastily constructcd morgucs about tho city. Tho rcccdiiig of thc flood docs not bctray any cxaggcration of carly reports, but confirms cvcrything and shows a harvest of dcath inlarger pro portions than was ovcr imagincd.- BROOKFIELD Mrs. W. A. Ford wcnt to Burlington Saturday to spend a fcw daj's with friends. Georgc Ford, of Barre, spcnt last wcck with his parcnts, Mr. and Mrs. AV. A. Ford. Mrs. Julia Williams is suffering with rheumatiem. Scvcral mcmbers of Brookfield Grange visitcd North Randolph Grange' Ftlday cvcning. Tho rcgular mceting of tho G. A. 11 and W. II. C. will bc hcld Saturday after noon. W. E. Perham is yct confincd to thc houso on account of thc injury hc reecivcd to his foot two wccks ago. Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln Morsc's two little sons havo bccn quitc sick tho post wcck. Dr. Rumrill, of Randolph, attcndcd thcm Mrs. E. A. Glysson visitcd Mrs. N. A. I.athrop, in Williamstown, one day last wcck. A daughter, "Clara Mao" was born to Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Haggctt Monday morning. Miss Bcrtha Clogston and brothcr, of Williamstown, wcrc callcrs Sunday at A. L. Follansbec's. Miss Williams, of Northfield, is caring for Mrs. Will Haggctt and infant daughter. Prof. and Mrs. AV. P. Abbott, of Proctor, havc bccn reccnt gucsts of his brothcr, I. AV. Abbott at thc Ccnter. Erncst Sargent and family, of AAroods- villc, N. II. wero gucsts of his parcnts, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Sargcnt, thc first of tho wcck. Thcre was a largc attendancc at thc sing Thursday cvcning, and about $25 was cicarcd. As Mrs. Charlcs Blakc and daughter were driving home from tho village one day last wcck, they met an automobilc, which frightencd the horses. The animal jumped throwing Mrs. Blakc out, hurting icr back. Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Mason last wcck, entcrtaincd hcr unclc T.cmuel Chandler and wife, of Berlin, and thcir daughter Lillian aitd Miss Mabel Austin of Bethel Gilead. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Holt cntcrtained last wcek Mrs. I.ronard, of California and Mrs. Clarcnce Bartlctt and Roy Blanchard, of Barre City. The musical fcslival undcr the auspices of Mystic Star Lodgo F. and A. M. last Thursday was a grcat succcts. A chorus of fiU voices nssisted ly an unusual numbcr of soloists gavc a conccrt of high order. More than 20 wcrc present from Randolph. M. Blanchc Sparl awk sang with her usual caso and graee, while Lcttie Bailey in thcobligato soloin "ilarvclousAVork" sliowcd that shc possessed a soprano voicc of raro compass nnd powcr. Miss Ethcl Dewcy rcndercd the solo in " Daugh ter of Error" in an artistic manncr, the duct by Jliss Dcwcy and A. G. Bigelow, was reecivcd with much applausc, and thc tcnor solo by E. M. AVhcatlcy brought forth an encore, to which he rcsponded, thc Randolph Grange iuartct sang sovcral selcctions, cach timo witli an encore. Thcre was also a bass solo by Harold Dewcy. Mi?s Amu Cla'rk and Miss Edith Mareott provcd exccllcnt accompanistb and thc piano solo by thc lattcr, as well as the one by Rev. Dr. Rivicrs wcre justly cncored. A pleasant fcaturc of the fcstival v as Ihc prcsence of Prof. Charlcs Dudley, (f Eist Montpelier, who assistcd C. B. Fisk as chorus cotuluctor of the fcstival. A laie delegation from Brookfield Grange attended the Pomona Grange mceting at AA'illiamstown last wcck AVednesday. As A. L. Follansbec was driving to AVilliamstown Saturday morning ncar the rcsidcnce of R. H. Simmons, a pilo of newly cut wood ncar tho road frightencd his horse, which shied on to the bank, tipping over tho carriage throwing him out, dislocating his right shoulder. He waa brought home by George Perham. Dr. Ellis reduccd tho fracturc, and he is as comfortablo as could bo expected No damagc to thc horso or carriage resulted. , E. E. Bcnham mct with a painful accident a fcw days ago. Ho was at tho home of his son John Bcnham, whcre he slippcd and fcll striking his sido against a stonc, fracturing threo ribs. PLAINFIELD Rev. and Mrs. P. B. Fisk and Mr. and Mrs. Hcnry Bartlctt, gavo a rcception at tho Congregational parsonagc, AVednesday evening in recognition of Mr. and Mrs, Fisk's forty-sixth wcdding annivcrsary. Piinch and wafcrs wero scrvcd. Miss Lula Duvol sang two selcctions, Mr. Fisk rcad an original pocm. The rcmainder of tho Mrs. Clara Bruflec King and daughter are visiting at Fred BrulTcc's. Mis. Rosetto Huntoou and daughter, Ethcl, of Montpelier, wero in town Friday. Mr'. and Mrs, O Biicn, who havo been spendihg thc wcok at K. I.. Lcavitt's rc turncd to Burlington, Friday.- Col. E. G. Osgood, of Bellows FnlU.'wlll addrcsa the uiiion evening eerviro in tho Mcthodist church, Sunday. Missis Jano und Abbie Clark av spnul ing tho wcek in Montpelier, Quito n largo dokgation from hcro at tended tho dittrict Grango mcitiiig .held nt South AVoodbury, Thurfcday. Eiglit mcmbers of Odd Fcllows woro jn AA'ashington, Thursday, to bo present at tho institutiou of a lodgo in that placc. Mrs. Samucl Davis is vcry ill having sulTered a paralytio stroko, Tucsday night MARSHFIELD. A. R. Colo attended Bradford Fair last wcck, Gcorgo Ormsbee wcnt to AVcst Corinth last '.cck with his automobilc. Mrs. Charlio Lilly, Mi3s Graco and Sliss Dorolhy AVooslcr were In Barre last wcck visiting Miss Florence AVooster. L. P. Slack and family are at tho home of AV. H. II. Mears. Mrs. Ncma Gagc, of AVoburn, Mass., is in town, visitng relatives. Miss Ilattic Brown, of AVorccstcr, Mass., is visitnlg hcr unclc, Frank Brown. Tho comjiany of soldicrs that campcd hcro sovcral wccks ago rcturncd last Frl day and tcntcd on thc old camp ground again in the C. AV. Mears mcadow. Good disciplinc was maintaincd while they wero hcrc. AV. D. Smith rcturncd home to Boston last wcck. E. C. Pitkin and family wcrc in Peacham ovcr Sunday. Tho Stars wcnt to North Montpelier Saturday nnd playcd ball with a pickcd nine, dcfcating them by a scoro of 10 to 9. Fred Pitkin wcnt to AVarrcn last Friday whcrc hc .s to tcach school. A. E. Lambcrton was in Boltonvillc Monday on business. Road Commissioncr O. II. Smith has bccn putting in a pcrmancnt road on thc way to thc dcpot and Commissioncr Calkins has donc thc samc on tho Rivcr road ncar B. B. Marton's. Milton and Frank Northup ar in East Montpelier thrcshing. C. Burton Pikc has improvcd from his attack of blood poison nnd is ablo to bo out again. Mrs. Hannah Bullock wcnt to Morris ville Monday to visit hcr granddaughtcr, Mrs. AA'esley Lambcrton. Mr. and Mrs. AV. E. Lambcrton wcrc in Morrisville last wcck to visit thcir son, Dr. AV. Lambcrton and nttcnd thc fair. Gcorgo Gill is sick, thrcatencd with typhoid fevcr. There was no mceting at tho Mcthodist Church last Sunday. Mrs. A. T. Davis is in poor hcalth. . Lee Shart is rccovcring from an attack of lumbago. Ernest McCall, of New York City, visit cd at C. D. Smith's last wcck. Mrs. F. D. Marshal visitcd hcr grand- mothcr, Mrs. Lydia Benton, last wcck. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Shcpard fisited thcir son, B. M. Shcpard, at Montcplicr, ovcr Sunday. IN RANDOLPH POLICE COURT Frank Wiswall Paid Fine for Intoxication and Was Also Bound Over to County Court Randolph, Aug. 20; 1909 At a hcaring before Justico II. W. A'uil in police court Saturday morning, Frank AViswall, of Warren, was found guilty of intoxication and fincd S5 with costs of S7.39. He paid the costs and took thc plcdge for onc year. Hc was also adjudgcd guilty of of breach of thc peacc in his fight with Gcorge Ilinkson, of Braintree last Thursday and was placcd undcr $300 bonds to appear at tiie next term of Orange county court. Bail was furnished and ho was rcleased from custody. Hinkson was fincd S15 with costs of S7.35 for i itoxi- cation and, as hc was unablo to pay, hc was. taken to Chelsea Saturday by Dcputy Sheriff Selvu Thaycr to serve a sentence of 30 days in Orange county jail. Tho third member of the riotous trio, Alvin Mann, of Roxbury, could not bc found by thc Roxbury officcrs and a futuro hcaring awaits him. RYEGATE Rev. J. A. McKiralian prrachcd for the U. P. congrcgation in Topham last Sunday as the R. P. congrcgation occupied thi chiiR'h in this placc. M. H. Gibson was in North Conway, N. H., a part of last weck on business. The Darce class held a picnic on Blue Mountain Tuesday. Mr. Montgomery, of St. Johnfbury was in town Tuesday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Bort Hall visitcd in tho honie of C. AV. Somers, in Groton, ono day last wcek. Quito a numbcr of pcrsons from hcre wcre-.in Mclndoes AVednesday of last wcek attending the "Old Home" celebra tion. Morris, the only son of Herbert Gibson, camc ncar being fatally injured ono day last week by falling from a load cd manure spreaker, a wheel passing over both lcgs. Dr. Darling was summoncd, and found no bones brokcn. An automobilc accident took placc one day last week near East Ryegate, when one of the paper mill forcc wcnt over a fifteen foot bank and has sincc bccn sufTering from a badly injured hip and other bruiscs. Miss Nellic Sanderson, of North Rye gate visitcd with Mr. and Mrs. M. G, Holmcs and family a part of last week. Charlcs E. F. Miller, who wcnt to the Mary Fletcher hospital in Hanover, N. II., for trcatment for hcrnia some threo wccks ago, writes that he is gaining rapidly and that ho expccts to return home tho last of this wcck. F. H. AVhito and family attended tho AVhitc family rcunion in Topsham ono day last wcek. "Unclc." said the luipeciinlmis nephew. "you rciilly ouglit lo go nnd bco tho new play. You would Just dle of laugliing." Tho old innu nu'rely glnrcd, A few mlnutes liiter thero coulil ho hcard tlip Bouinl of u scrutchlng pcn ns ho ul tcrcd his will. A NARROAV ESCAPE Edgar N. B'ayliss, a mercliant of Robin sonvillo, Dcl,, wrotc: ''About two yrars ago I was thin aud sick, aml coughcd all tho timc aud if I did not havo consumption it was ncar to it. I eommciicrd using Foluy's Iloney and Tar, aud jt stopped my cough, and I am now cntiivly well, and havo guincd twenty-eight pouuds, all duo to tho good results from taking Foley's Iloncy and Tar." Sold by all druggists, NORTHFIELD FALLS Mr. and Mrs. AA'. F. Hallorau havc rcturncd to Boslon after visiting relatives hcrc for two wcckR. Mrs. J. MacAVilliams, of AVhitman, Mass., is visiting hcr mothcr, Mrs. Mary Shanlcy. Jlrs. AVilham Moody has bccn spcndiiig tho past week with relatives in AVatcrbury. Ralph A. Eaton lcft Saturday for Peach am, whcro he has a position ns principal of Peacham Acadcmy. Mrs. Jcrsio Mornson, of Boston, is a gucst of hcr sistcr, Ida Balch Claudc Locklin wont last wcek to St. Mbans whcre hc has scctlrcd cmploymcnt. Frank Foley nnd Edward I'rovost visitcd at thc former's home in AVarrcn last week. Mr. and Mrs, A. L, AVuy havc rcturncd from a visit at Lancastcr, N. II. E. L. Cross, accompaiiied by Philip aud Miss Gcncvieve aro at Springfield, Mitss., on n visit Ncws was reecivcd hcre last wcek of tho dcath of Michavl Kenn-'dy, a rrsidcnt of this placc, at Aberdccn, Wash. Mr. Kenncdy wcnt AVest about two years ago and had bccn at work therc ovcr since. Hc lravcs a family of six childrcn, four of whom havo kept a homo hcrc sincc the dcath of thcir mothcr a fcw ycars ago. AVal'.tr I.egier has finislicd work nt Barre and is at his home hcre. R. W. Barbcr, who is tho new supcrin- tendcnt at thc C. M. Davis Mill is moving into Mrs. Louisc Rilcy's housc. Mrs. Barbcr and daughter, Miss Annic, nrrived Saturday. Miss Margarct Kclley, of Barre, spcnt Sunday with hcr aunt, Mrs. Charlcs Thompson. Mrs. Mary Gould has bccn visiting in Newbury thc past wcck. Schools bcgan Monday with Mrs. Mary Riley and Miss Florence Holland as tcachers. Mrs. Claudc Locklin is visiting hcr par cnts at Randolph. RYEGATE Mrs. Emclinc Mcrrill spcnt a part of last wcck in Newbury with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Brock celebratc tho thirticth annivcrsary of thcir marriage on Friday cvcning. T. A. Mcadcr was in St. Johnsbury Tucsday on business. II. J. Park, of Passumpsic, who sold his farm rcccntly to Gsorgc Sanderson, of this town, intcnds to removc with his family to Cjlorado tic coming fall, for his hcalth. G. G. Nclson and family are cxpccted home from Old Orchard, Me., in a fcw days. Mrs. AA'illiam McCanna sustainccl thc fracturc of a lcg and othcr injuries last Sunday. Her horse bccamc frightencd at an automobilc in AVclls Rivcr and thrcw hcr out. Shc was brought to hcr home in Ryegate Comcr and is rcported to bo as comfortablo as could be cxpccted. Mrs. N. J. Elms was quitc sick at tlic home of her sistcr, Mrs. Y. L. Shackford, last wcek but is somcwhat bettcr now. AV. N. Davidson, of Peacham, was in town Thursday cvcning. "Down in Old New England" will bc prcscnted bytwclvcof thc local young pcople at tho Corner Friday cvcning. R. H. Sherry and son, Paul, of Groton, wero callcrs in town Tucsday afternoon last weck, while cn route to thc Philbrick steam saw mill near East Ryegate. Mrs. C. F. Smith nnd Mrs. S. R. AVhitchill, of Ryegate Corner, wcrc thc gucsts of Mrs. Mary A. Mcadcr and family Tucsday of last wcck. AV. T. McLam and daughter, Miss Mary Belle, rcturncd to thcir home in Concord, N. II., Monday. ATTEMPTED SUICIDE Disheartened Fathsr Cuts Throat with Razor, But Will Recovir Manchester, Scpt. 1. Sclah Cadcrjt attemptcd to commit suicide by cut his throat with a razor at his homo in Barnumvillo last night. Ho is now in a scrious condition but will probably rcsover. Tho man was a stcady, hard fworker but is a widower with seven childrcn and has bccn in poor hcalth and deprcsscd for some timc. Mr. Cadorct's scn was awakcncd by a cry for help about midnight and found his fathcr lying in tho yard. Hc was in a dazed condition and asked what had happsnod to him. Dr. ,E. L. AVyman was summoned but Cadorct who had laid his throat opcn from car to car barcly missing large artery, was pulselcss. Doctor AVy man succeedcd in reviving him and cxpects that tho man will rccovcr. DILLINGHAM SAILS Vermont Senator Left Sai Frjncitco Saturday for Hawaiian Islands to Investigate Conditions Snn Francisco, Aug. 28 The stenmer Maincda, which sailed today for Honolulu, carricd as passengrrs Senator AVilliam P. Dillingham, of A'ermont, chairiunn of the immigration commif'Sion, and AVilliam R. AA'hceler forinerly nKsistant sccretary of labor and still a mcnibcr of the immi gra'ion commission. Iho two oflicials will ma'e i.n investi gation of immigration rondition in tho Hawaiian lslauds with a vicw to rccom niendalions for futuro lcgislu.ion by congass. Lot n wunt ad, nviko tho sourch for you evcn if its nu uuccrtalu quust, liku looking or tho satUfaotory scrvnnt. "FRAUD3 UPON THE PUBLIC is what sonio physicians have c.Alled patout tncdicints, nnd it is undcniably true that somo nro frnuds nnd somo aif ovcn woine, becauso thcy arc injurious. On tho othrr hand, thcro are many patent mediclncs fcuch as Lydia IS. Pinkham's A'cgelnblo Compound, and othcrs, which arc of real worih, and nro reconuncnded by physicians c f recog-nlzedstanding. IN THE MATTER OF PERRY N, WI1EELER. ! Rankrupt. In Bnnkruptcy. To thc Honorablo James L. Martin, judge of tho District Court of thc Unitcd States of tho District of Vermont. Pcrry N. AVhceler, of Barre, in tho County of AVashington nnd Stnte of Ver mont rcspcctfully rcprcscnts that on tho 12th day cjf Dcccmbcr, A. D., 1008, hc was duly adjudgcd a bankrupt undcr thc acts of Congress rclating to bankruptcy; that hc has duly surrcndcrcd all his pro pcrty, and rights of propcrty, nnd has fully complicd with nll tho rcquircmcnts of said acts and of thc ordcrs of thc court touching his bankruptcy; Avhercforc, hc prnys that hc may bo decrccd by tho Court to havo a full dis chargo from all dcbts provablc ngninst lus cstatc undcr said bankrupt actsj exccpt such debts as aro cxceptcd by law from such dischargc. Dated this 20th day of August, A. D., 1009. UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF VERMONT Diclmrgo: Bankrupt. Pcrry N. AVheclcr, of Barre, bankrupt, has filed his petition dated Atigust 20th, 1009, praying for a dischargc from all his dcbts in bankruptcy, and that all his creditors and othcr pcrsons objecting to such dis chargc may attend bcforc tho undersigncd referee, at his oflice, 42 Statc strcct, in old Post Office building in Montpelier, on Scptcmbcr 13, 1909, at 10 o'clock a. m. and thcn nnd thcre present thcir objcctions, if any, to such dischargc, with thcir proofs thercon. WILLIAM N. TIIERIAULT, Montpelier, August 30. 1909. 60 YEARS EXPEnlEIMCE Trade Marks Desicns Anyono eendlnff a eVclcli and deocrlptlan mar liientlon Is protinblT pntcntahlo. Commnnlca tlonsetrlctlyconOdentlal. HAN0BD0K onl'atcnts (cut (reo. Oldest ogoncy lorpecurniapatonta. l'Htents taken thrniieli JUunn A Co. rccelvo iptcial notlct, nltliout cbnrge, In tho Sciomific Jittieticaw. A handsotnnly lllmtrated woeklr. IJMKPBt clr culatlon of anj nclentlflo jonrnal. Torm, (3 a jour: four months, tL. Bold byall i.owmlmleri. MM & Co.3G,Broadft:"'Mew York Hrancll omce. C2f V St- Wadhlniinni. D. C SOUTH WOODBURY The public cxcrciscs cf tlie AVinooski A'alley Pomona Grange, wcrc hcld at the church last Thursday aftirnccn, and thcre wcrc a large numbcr present. An addrcfs was givcn by A. F. llarris, Stnte Forcster, rc marks, "The Vermont State Fair," by Hon. O. L. Martin; "Grango Opportunitics," by Arthur Maxam of Montpelier. The music and rccitations were cxcellcnt nnd evtry thing points to the pcimanent succets of tho Grange. Mrs. J. D. Bailcy has sold to Morton McKinstry 50 acics bf tillago tnd wcod land. Shc is prepnring lo go in a fcw days to Grdveland, Mass. to spcnd thc fall and winler. Lucy Sabin Avas homo from Burlington ovcr Sunday. Floycd Blakc, section forcman, on the Hardwick and AVoodbury Railrcad is spcnidng a wcek at Pcakc'- Island, Me. P. J. Lcddcn and family linvc rcturncd. to thcir home in Montpelier. Thc schools in town ccmmcnced on Slonday. The Ladics' Aid mccts with Satira L. Sabin, AVednesday, Scptcmbcr 8. L. AV. Haskcll was in Cabot Monday 'on business. ON LY FOUR A PEARED Reunion of Survivors of Company I, 4th Vermont Infantry, Pooriy Attended (Special to thc Journal) Brattleboro, Sept. 1 Disheartened ovcr the non-attcndance of thcir comradcs, the four survivors of Company I, 4th A'ermont Infantry who attcndcd thcir nnnual rcunion hcrc today rcturncd to thcir homcs lato this afternoon. A business mceting was schcduled for this morning but ns the sccretary was not thcro with the books, this was not held. Desultory talkiug finnlly csased nnd the four aged vctcrans, F. J. llosmcr, and Charlcs Duiklee, of Grccnficld, Mass., L. H. Alicn, of Sutton, Mass., and C. Coolcy, of New fane sat around thc hall in silcnce until the departuro of thcir trains for home. Tho mceting was held in Grand Army Hall. VERDICT AGAINST WILL CARLETON Clalmant Against Estate in Which He Is Interested Gets Decision Brattleboro, Septembcr l, Spccial. A vcrdict was rcndercd this afternoon in thc cascof E. S. Nilcs.claimaut, against tho Adora N. Carleton cbtatc, AVill Carlc ton appellant, for tho plaintifT to rccovcr $483.02 and tho intcrcst on tho samo to tho amount of $150. Tho crso was tried nt tho last term of thc Windham County Court and tho verdiet was rcndercd by Judgo F. M.Butler, of Rutland. Will Carleton livcs in New York nnd is farcous for his poems. Thc caso will bo carried to tho Supremo Court on qucstions of law raiscd by tho appellant. 40c a month for tho mornliiK Jour nal on your liroakfnBt table. Sporllng JlL'ttrrs Aro nii Iniportnnt part "or tho world's ncwa thcso ' days. Tho Montpelier Morning Journnl will givo much attcntlon' to this phaso ot tho dally nows sorvlco of tho country. E. T. Seguln, the local nowsdcnler, will sco you havo tho papor promptly and tn time for your colteo and rolls. Tnlk It ovcr with hlm. P1LES gct Itiimttfloie rcikl nm Pr.Shoop'j Matlc 0infm!uU