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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS1 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1901.
One Cent A WORD. Advertising In this column one cent a word, each Insertion. Copy may be changed tvery week. Cash In advance required. No dcrtlscn.ent taken which In less than twelve words, two lines. Special terms to advertisers using Irom 210 to 1000 lines wlthn twelve consecutlvo months. LOST' 'V ..innn v -! .Intpd A tirll i.9 w r- ih ,L of' .bi cinltal -t " of VnHn'nn n, I .1 i T i ; L C a m c,a o,, llm of. Mnrv tv Olmnibpibn. nppllcatlnn hav Ini; been made for th. Issuance of n du plicate certllicatc, this notice Is publish cd as required by law. "i,w6t Qeinntca. WOMAN united for Rcnernl houre work. No opt but llrst class help need apply. Inquire ut Wnlker Parm, Interval lto.i.l, 225,2t.&12.wJt. WANTED A man to work In prist mill. c. ..t,. ., .irfnrrel. flood nnv and Hcidy job to tho rli;ht man. Uufercie eri nqvirt l Dlx J. Camp, i:usi itnuiioipu. Vt. 1S.WII IU'N WANTKD to put en the riniket a ftlj whlfflelree to uvold accident In ( i se jf a runaway horse, a new Inven tion for mil lt.'hlnn a hors-e without pet in.tr out of the coniapc when ho is po ll t, at lull spud. State, county and town J'lKlllS lor ;,1'C liCOI'KC J. lJHslf. til Vt. n.w2t. gov .Sale. McCOHMICK COItN HAUVUSTnit tor Sale cheap. Nearly new. A. u. Pierce, Purllnpton. a3.,etA:wlt f.nnn a a a nAT.n MINT, to the snecula tor, Investor or tanner, who purchases this farm and woodland: Large obi colonial brick house. Plenty ot barn room. Never fulling running water. mi acres benutlful lntervnlo .'W aires good pasture. 4M0 acri s wood and tlmbr (first and sec ond gruwtlu will cut. 1? wo t.irds mixed hard wood. 2,000 cortls best white birch. 1,0(0 curds pulp wood (poplar). looioo feet l.ili and straight whlto ash, hick iry dnd butternut; all right along th-' 11 H. track (main line), one-halt mllo from nation eVfr. Z J, r 'L ' Zff" Cithern Cal. must 8oH. I.,l . iv. r..,I..U 1,1. ..nr- tVii-ll -Irt.vr. . ., . .u ....... , ba anco to suit put chafer. Address, J. S. KDrNOLDS, Heal lJntate Agent, Dssex Jun.'tlon, Vt. S'21.cod,St.t12wlt BTPHTPVANT BLOWER tor hale with 3 II P. engine attached. In good condl t on. Free Press Association, IliirHns ten, Vt. 7G.d&wtf lUliBAWi-mmoni rariii uronuvitw, n ,n .... . t. . ... farm of ISO ncres larce convenient &.cV?r sottprngwa with good head, runs through stove In winter; large silo, brick and frnme dwel ling with ell and veranda, trees, grand view, excellent with plenty of water, pr easilj worked; not stony; large dairy and growing or more, 1000 cords of hard whl. h when cut nnd dry e.ird by tlrawing 6 miles; io.nenie.it, uppio ... cin. u. r ..r.u .a ti,.. eoou conimunuy, lour uiiies irom ,-soinn 'I.II1IT.M. ,.IHI Vlt.V .lit' fellCt 1 i, t I I ,nti mill". , six rnins a business st rc, shops and Plate worltii from Nirthficld dupot, qulto j.la-e having several grar.tto phops, corn ,i,l..iinln,. (..Inn. mnnv .(nr.. ch irchcs, etc. This farm can be bought for $2350 Address Jennie B. l.add, Knst Itoxbury, Vt, 6,wky&(iatdm l'OR SADK Star Grist Mill property In M'd.llebury, one of tho best water pow ers In tho State. A bargain. Address J. s ph A Peck, IK Filth Avenue. New York City, 12,w,e.n.w It. 1 ir IAT.T.' Otin rt thrt nlnriErinfrat mr ,n the State. IS acres of good cultivated land, good convenient buildings, goo I r,r,..r. ,...t.r Al'.,.l,l r..r . Ucsira U- ti.rm'. Lyman Gilbert, o-'t Ene-burgh, Vt. ll.W'3t 1 .in iat.i: Farm In TTnderhlu. is-, n, reB 1 miles from llluL-e. bull, lines In f.,lr condition, lvi sugar trees, plenty of w..od and g io.l water, keeps 20 1 ows and t, am; will he sold very cheap. For particulars address Mrs. Itote liurns. Und, rhill. t 11 w2t . ICR SADE Three licensed hotels, ono loon, one stork furniture., nnd under- 1 .Hers goods, one livery stocK, threo . pte im lacn -hes. Good farm taken in x el nge. $2f5 stock, general merchandise, rty trn.1. . No competition. J. D, SI ,.ln.n, Port Henry, N. Y. l.wtf notice. " V"'" , V , nome of t"0 mlde. Sept. 10. They will live v.lfe was held nt J. is, Adams '.asi Mondavi . J """" """"e anon nas with bhops. saw mill, telephone oillce. , Wolcott.-There have been several d.ns evening. A Inrtre number were preset, ' Vr,.r d l ru'UPS,1 rlt' "" 1M- postofllre mall twice a day), creamery, f Mms(s heat thls mcnth ..hanging to I l.ces wire rpoken bv the veung o lo '' l""''e " ' "f fk'rs. P d- s hnol, meetings in largo school hous.-. r., i ... v,.,,.. . ,. ..,.. u.,,r ...,.,.. !,i. .,.. ,'. ,, , I'-oi"'' , ri. , im.. nc .lealrrs of all ki-ul. i.f Ai.v hh--n rlto ror prices on candles r hurch wero very artistic and npviropriat. Flint nt Gibbon. Neb lie was nn intelll nnd gums, before buying Fresh egts, 'Pho snmn text wns ehosen by llev. F. G. gent cillz. n, an obliging neighbor and a AtoV?Sr,v U7v,f .. , ; V ,1 n . . y' ' n -0'. Arthur C, ihe no. nder of his minority. , i.rjyei. m pt. i, i 2P,.dlt.tw2t. Teeth Extracted Absolutely Without Pain. The only oil., e In llurllngton whero you1"1 "Pe-ik f u'e same conditions 'Ihe can get ii tii xtri.r ted without a partlclo huge repu'illccn cnmp.ilgn flag and muii- iii! i s-iix. .oy milium is USeo bV n.j i'h, r n.-rurm. Vn 11,, in dangor no after effects ' DR. .. HAZEN, C'lMeo 1ST. Pine street, llurllngton, Vt. Oil a hour.- 10 to 3. 7 to S A BIG NEWSTOCK ) OF ( CARRIAGES, HARNKSS, IlOUfiS, I.TC. WALTER B. JOHNSON, w25tf Eassx Juii3tioa, Vt BOSTON UNIVERSITY f;'rr,,Sf l"!rrcK SCHOOL OF LAW Locatod close to tho Courts. I'mir l.un dri'd slitdents lasl year. Uiiens Oct. .d iire.s Dean, S. (', Itr.N.N'MT, Isaac Itlcli Hall, Ashburlon Place. i;,an N0TICK. Ne.tlce Is hereby given that I have given mi se -e . Leland Cague and Lronarcl C it? their lime during tho remnind r of ll ir minority nnd shall claim no wmms ami p,i.' no ileitis or nieir or euiier of their contraction after this dale, Rl hmond, Vt , Sept. 7, 1001. JOSEPH CAGI'R. Ills mark X (Witness te. mark Salmon tlrecn). llw,3t I p yu "vant to get the right kind of printing go to the right place the Free Press Job Office YERMONT LOCAL NEWS (Continued from Gth page.) an address on tcmi-erancc nt the Conere cntlonal church .Sunday evening, Sept 22 In plnrc of tho rcMilai Pnlon service, livery- or HO wth his mother, Mis, V. It. Orts l;c.e!y Invited. -U K. Men.3 of llnrro Is home wold, who was vrry low last week hut Is for n few days and moved his family Into now consider! d more comfortable. Sho Mrs. Roy Vs hoiiFc.-Mrs. Panics has two suffered a paralytic shock eight months h stern visiting i.er n in Hnriui'iu. i ucy all Inculdlng Mr. Ilnrnes spent most ot last week In Albany visiting -Mrs. .Tentuo ni'.lo?; nn'Tul'hcm he'r'o.f Hoi- Mt0'i P 1 , . ZV !; ... v.. i.nti ,,n uv.n ..... ..v ..... ... 1 1 ' 1 n.v ills uomo in iew ions, ji ""nt,J the required amount can bo ri,"'ml t0 fr 11 H h" made, friends will, everybody, and alt aro rcprettlnj? his departure. -fleorg.- lor. nell who went to Cnllfornla scv- .i u'V Vi V . V t - r. iipii mi 111" llini 11 mm. u. ... IVil.. - moio returned home Imrsduy from her visit In Wolcott.-Mr. Ocodfell of Hnos- burh Palls Is the tuw chef at the Amerl- inn jiuiiso. ins sou is nofiier in ne in- t,.,Kl ri. ...... - fr, i.n.i n,.. .u J lll-nn.i l'"J in.ll ,i,; lil." fortune- while worklnR on .in old barn to tall and fracture three tlbs. Miss Myrtlo YWillaeo not hurt fU te badly lust wck Her horse beieire ftlphuned nnd sho was thrown down nn embankment nnd Into u unineii wire rtnee ORLEANS COUNTY, NEWPORT. M. II. Ilrown. asHlstnnt noRtinntcr. hn mnV(1, nto Mr! riuliock's house, Horn r mo i-ongrcgniintioi cntrcn 'innnr uia nome ol his parents Tor a two weeks' n- 1)r unilir. vn nn mlilrr Kneclul muslo lm" beoomo iRnlted by spr.iks rrom an I.. Moseley and II. It. Hriwn Mimmer clcud his labors last Sundav. cation, lie Is accompanied by his friend, '.' .' , 1,1 nccordance with the "Kit"'. Iut the llro was easily extln- Patrick J. Polieny has returned homo HM sermon was very iihle, v ry timely and M. Curdy of Hoston. proclamation of President liooscvclt ii Kt'lied. from n visit with rclatlvei In North n- liislructlvo and made tspecl.il mentl.ui of J. w. Halo and sister, Mrs. Pease, have !limnrint nrvlce will he held In tho town Henry- Hlllott expects tc enter tlth'r dovcr, Muss. Ho expects to resume his cur Into President and the sreat calamity returned from n visit with relatives In ' ,, Thursdav at "o'clock o m All Places Yt" or Williams Collese this full. theoloRlrnl studies In Montreal In ti.o that has befallen our cotintrv. Mr. Mohr .lcrlcbo. 'V....."'..?..,' , ,".iK, P' m 1 Tho Concrciratlonnl r,u MetbndUt courso of n few d.ivs. 11. 1 . I r T-. i.. 1 . . . AI.Mr IIiiIa i.n.l r.ifimr llnli. Itl, ... . r 1 . . . ..!... nuffulo.-Wnltcr Lindsay, who has been wren rettirneil Satuiilay from n we-k'. at different points and with tho exception " ('",,. ' ,,, ",".,"', - ' i,. V , .1, " I , V 7,llLlcr SU ,"r in the Philippines for several months, hns -May at Lake Moroy.-J. H. (lape was In of one tabon from tho mlddlo ot Ileilln Zlv Eor ' c',,5 m'nlV,t, riiVt mVi ? tc,,ts fat Cost of making 2 l-P' cts. returned home for a short time. -Miss An- town over Sunday -Dlanch Carlton and Pond all showed pollution. Tho analysis ,k ls, ' ia T,V,1 " i,, .. J?J 7 1 r, "Jnd- 1'onnds of butter was nle Moloney ot this plaoo hns boi.Rht tho .lfe started for Iluffalo Monday morning, of tho samples wero all made nt the Stat. i'L'. ,11' 1' K ?vn T V , 1 U?? 3 fV. ,,nunc ,?f Jnl." "" millinery ptods of Mrs. K. M. Itob.rts of as dirt l.dlth and Carl .lohnon.-Georgo laboratory In Hnrllnpton. Tho city ooun- L," ? "fj n'"rfmor " Lr-,,. n i n: ")ln. " iL,'cr crtlt; Mr St. Johnsbury and will soon begin her Carl.ee Is spending a few day:. In town.- cil unanimously adopted Dr. Lindsay's re- . F Ilc J,0""1 ,Uf!t'112 Sni a'YT l" ' 4 " .-i- t, i t t." t.. ...t. -it.,itA- r-,. f tt.. m.i , ..... i.tiKcrton spoke of mm In Ills rela- Mr. Carrcntor. ilin now 2tkI man 1h well ihas clerked In True & Hl.inehar.lV for . some time, has pone to New York to en- Jter the Pranklln Thomas Illustrating ... . ..... . .-ii vuci -. .-rv-'ilin- yimmiM iii uf " "i" v.womii hi nunvfiM, .Mii.-ti,, w n IJUTL UIIU Lilt- IUI1UW1I1U I f HIJIULIUII. muat'lli- 1 1 "''ool. Mr; s. II. O. Thrasher hiu gone to to her homo In Merldon, Conn. CRAFTSBURY. a,,l Clr.Mnn m,1 M,IMi-nn from Wu- .Tnraev urn vl.ltlnn- frlenrln 111 town Mr. and Mrs. Day have returned Ii their horn "IX" ilev. i.. u. uiiiiara ann lainuy spent a tew days In town last wooli. lliittlo Hntch rcsineR. Mrs. 1 harles Whitney and child- inn T.-..l,n! .V,lr frnin Vntv IInmn.V,lrn linn nnmn In I,. nr,l .,h hnr mint .,,,,1 l!l . .T .... . . .. . V. ' iitt..nrl llin Annr.nmv 1 r "r.i.it .... ..... ireac irom Jrasourgn, occupied the pulpit ot tuo Methodist church last Sunday. WESTFIELD. nnrI Mlf.s Ij0na Closs ucrc marrle.i at llm; pje ),avo severe colds.-Soveial attondcl ,,e Parton fnlr last week.-Jam. s Shlletto laR ron,e,i tn0 nraley house to Isaac Wll- p( n nn(, ren,R h,H f lrm tQ wam (.reon 'f,lt. nnn ..... UT OnO J "'It. ORANGE COUNTY, RANDOLPH. About 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon, at Pethel, Guy Smith, Parker Harding and .i u.ng man by the name of M.ixh.un ''"'Tiled a ncvlh bound freight train to id freight train to, t.ike a ride out tome nlstnnce. When near I "inky bildge Smith fell between the enr.t !""' lhn wh' rnsred over one log, l.:nll v " .i.iumin:. .vs rcrallve. Ho was alto otherwise InpiMl a team was Becurea as nnd tho unfortunate young X'1 " ''s homo in Pethel, 'i''1" an mat was Sunday at Ihe churche m.ntyr President were Honier White at St. John ! church where the altar were appropriately drared In black and purple hangings wero utcd on the lectern nnu prayer uosk, uy UOv. iu. nrougnin of Woodstock, who celebrated mass at tho .ew lorn to nircnase miuiiuiy goons nir -tuss iviiinenne uemeriit reiui neu to ucr outlot or Her n Pom, nnel ngu nst owno"S wi, f .,' , " . V , .. - her fall trade -Harry Houfo has moved work at .Mr. .Merrill's last week.-Miss of other properties upon w hlch oxist sourc- ! n. h vi. ' employ- month visiting Mom s and ielathvs.--.New Into the tenement 111 the ex.li.inge block, Mary K. Howard of Auburndale, M.iss., or of pollution to the waters of Herlln , i n ' ,, (ln , r , "lrt"'a' n.nvln? ).''t" nut ,,,to vacated by P. J. P.-irrolt. wlv. has moved r.nd Mrs. A. W. Frnshore of Maneh,wt,.r, Pond, tho reservoir, reservoir stream ..nd th onlj.Trrn ''.hi . l TLt Jf "thoolst e htireh re, ledlt.itt.ry oxer- his family to Washington. D. C -Mrs. N. II., aro visiting at ('. V. Dnty's.-.Mr. trlbniary streams to the pend. provided j, ..J" "1",,u1LtlnVpr,, i ?M 1 n S '" 'i' "U,r,U'?.t ' l?ny to"?w: II. S. Hillings and her daughter, Kvelyn, and Mrs. J. Sleeper are visiting filenb. that In his opinion such proceoJings an "' 'Jft f,,,' ' .' !'. '''r' n "i , U!m ,I,"".'1",U ' -. KAiU'n' ""tHenj. have gone west for n few we. ks. vl.-lting in IVestmlnster.-Mrs. J. C. Siearns was be maintained In law nnd nuity. ' ' l l" cnt-r 11,0 "nlversliy ol Pennsyl- choir; history ol the ihureli, .1. J. relntlvcs.-Mlss Winifred H. Lane, who Fcrlonsiy hurt by being tluown from a Mrs. C. M Pratt of Mftln street cele. ,,nlJ- .... . , ... , Ince; report ol eommltlee. O. p. Alke i has been visiting her -Istcr. Mrs. Dr. carriage Wodtm,lay ulsht.-.Mrs. C. C. brnled her Kth birthday Saturday ntlr r- V fVn.r .T vLmi " "Tman ," V:in, 'S ttcn-urcr. CJ. M ebster and Whltnker, for several weeks, has returned Doty returned from n short visit in Clare- noon. A flv.i o'clock tea was served at ,Pr prni?nt. V'"1 '""."- : denleatlon. He v. J. O. Slur- i f. ri i nraiii , i:r Mnvn oriiui in I in it. u ...... .,...,.. ...... ...... . . ... ui M.c.i oy me iiunmieAvn t ornet oainl. n. . .mi ........ i.... .... ulale. N H.. to work In a home for boys. .,,,1 iv.n liiM.iv n,,rhi..i .... ..' ... . . i . 1 ... .. . ' . Hie engine s s iMnster Lynn Allen, who ha-..cen spending ,- py M1,70i,' ashl.um Dow v. 'V 1X Zufl" J'v, T'J!.. the past year with his un. b J. C. Allen Phi-nton. Inhtrumrnt.il m.i vnnr,i ..,. 1 . ,. 'v.'"' ''' '. ' '.' ' " 11 side track. . tine cmnn In Cnlnrniln M-l,nrn hlc fntVinr .. . v,uik ... , oik w Ilicit ill. . II c. 11 11 y 1., r,l ,lmvn tl.n i " , , . , .,.- K.ieii ...v i. ui i.s. i .. ko nnel coireo to assist in. fine elm shade' M. M Miller and wife lft Me.n.lav for ' Jeffi.rscn H Idlr.g r.inllm.es In verv nonr 1 ,., un n r,T ..., ,i c Vi.i.,, v .. ' wrrr ror. P ' vim. Be wun n-rvices n i memo.y "" " ' , - ' ' , n.. I. Vt i, ;,! i, f .. fctock. 15 head umu-n it,,,,...!,,, . . ,, a few davs lout wenir with m i.,r.. .A ... . , taniisiirti n( re. An average nt in.no.) t ans cc inervnic s.- ueorge josur rom liosion, ' . . y .". i f inw nu . ...i inn ins oi ine same, ana ureierca Sto Z" -Th. In rn r ' '' Illcln N on Mary , ai. exposition nt Puffalo, they will resbio hlvp )Pe1 nut ,p onr) lin tnlti .ason. Charles Ilder Irom RrattloWo nn1 'lnP"", f tl'"lr klstrr' Mr- "t.-I-:t hel that publi, notice thereof he glv- wdl" brngV; a,?' nyJZrnl'J 'mI ' ll"3 C"y- i Tho Nnrthlleld Telephone company hns Dah.y and Maliel Atkins from "vVnltsheld Mnrlel l.urroughs and a Ulinv hard girl ft. to al M-rsons interested In said es.at. .URaroehard iH'n8,?.. ,'7 RANDOLPH (1FNTFR BAPDF I nM.lod .an InstrumcU In the trea-surer's made a trip from Waitsfiold to Moretown t"?Ur 'mv.M'lT.n " 1? .' -io AW ii. .-t in .i uwui. . n ., tit iiit iiiu i.,..- ti,.-,, ,t unit- uy v , i.iiltiii. : rinill Ml...,. . ' Catholic church and spoke of President sold out nnd moved to a smnll farm In of "10 High school yesleiday morning en Mi Klnloy as n great loader of m?n and at Wondburn, Oregon. A short tlmo ago hu tlu subject of Physical Ctdtnre. Ml-s the same tlmo a most humble Christian, moved lo a place nenr Denver, Col. Ills I-stelle Cross of Goiildsvllle has formed .1 At the Phristlnn church llev. Prayer Mil- remains were brought to the old home bv class In that branch among the youn ger preached n r.trcng sermon from tho his son Willie, the wife nn.l daughter ladies of thu school nnd Is now making nr text, "A Prince and Great Man Has Pull- Nellie not being abb to come Hast at rungejnonts for a second class among tho en. ' han, 111. 3. 'ITir ilerriratientt nt flu, 5' ,r, ,H ,Hf'rm'" nl "ie Memo list, ,.,,1... mutiu, mn,-,, tv.tn msw iippin. ''rl'''l,r,lv 'Iwrated In honor of the fallen Preildent. At the Haptlsl church Rev. '. R. J). Dodgo of Hollows Falls spoke of tho nation s gieat loss. In the evening at tho union meeting at the Methodist elmrrn . i-ritiiiiK 1.1...-1 ,1. .... isvivtiin .11 D.iiHi. yt-. lAii.ie an.l i iogsion iirouiers nave school woi i;. ! rank .Newton, who Im-i Roynlton spoke upnn "Govrnnieni.'' each lately bought a corn harvester, ono been nt George Wardner's the past sum twilling particularly on anarchy and lw n Dei ring and the other a McCormlck ma- mer has returned to his homo evils Next Sunday Rev. F. G. K.i'm chine. Slock taking at J. K. I.yti.b.'s store li, Marlborough. Muss. The now org in umn niu.iiier ....ni u.iiptu 11. ..i.t'K nnu while, Hags nt half mast, the tolling if church bells Saturday, and rrelal exer- cises in H19 schools yesterday all tell of the nation's sorrow. FiiMlav at the Catholic church Rev I" C Droughln told of the receipt of a noil. ,. f. ., ,.1. 1 ..... ...,.i.i .. . limn ...niniji .iiii.iiitiu initi wiii,.., 11 ...01,111 tl.c elinrgcs of Randolph, llethel and Si ul h Roynlton, which are nt present in his . ircult of mlsslors. will be ntherwls,. supplied. It Is expected tliat Randolph ectcd tliat Rnndolpii pastor and regular mco a month, us hns more than a yei-. w.ii navo a resident pa servb es more than nr.co lie. n 1 ho custom for The no.v nrranger.ent cannot fall to l moi.. satisfactory, although genuine r. - gn t Is expressed on nil sides? because of Ihe departure) of Fr. Droughln, who has accomplished good results during hi, rur.ni, illli. Ill- IV... .'im unit- nf, -. n--s every Sunday at Wccdstock nnd will have charge of missions at Rarnard, Quocheo and ntlmr plnces. Wednesday Mrs. A. V. Lamsnn and flniinlilr.r Cn.li'r nlnunri TiUntrm enftlti... , , . o- e,, 11-... L.,..an,i ,.,,,1 l..fl In. tlir. r lirmir, 1 n,,,.-,,,, .... .... ., ... llilli.,l,.liililn .lnur.tili Wnllnr litiu mi II l-.i,i,l In X'elv Vnrlf ntlcr a sevcial days' visit with F. li, Thomas. .Mr. ami Mrs. i;. m. Alien, iiirmer resi-1 dents, havo returned to their home i'j Ca iiiian, N. H., nfler a week's visit with their . sun. ll. w. Allen and family, I This evening tho Ladles' Ways and I Sloans society or tho i;ongregaiiouii church will glvo an entertainment In th. vestries for which rehearsals havo been In progress for somo time. The public Is In- The fnncrnl was held nn Thursdny at her1 WATFRRIIRV Partial paralysis, locomotor ntnxla, vlt-d l.ito home. Tim burial was at Post Mills. YVnl unDUnl. dropsy, gout, scrofula and piles nre quick V. S. S. Ruck la In Concord, N. II., Mis. Hlancliar.1 was universally loved and Tho mcmorlnl services at tho church In ly nnd permanently removed. H purlUca an.l vicinity HiIb week on business. respected In this town and lu r neighbors honor of President McKlnley will he held Iho entire system, blood and tissues, re Mr. and Mrs. Albert H, Hecdlo arrived most sincerely mourn her loss. -Prof. A. L. Thursday afternoon at 2 VclneU, Addres - stores normal ncrvo power,, circulation this week nfler a week's visit In Montpel- Puller nnd family returned Inn tweek to es will bo mado by C. C. flinves, Rev L. nnd u st.ito of perfect henlth Ih produced ler and flrceiiRboro. Mr. Reedlo will soon Puller and family returned last week to K WIHnum, Rev, Mr. Kellogg, and M. II. at once. To tho doctor all systems uro begin a canvass of tho village to nscei- tain whether sufliclont support will be given to warrant tho citizens' cominlllee In carrying nut the proposed lectin- Conine for the coming winter Clurcnco Webb Is In Iluffulo taking inwork at uio niiuta. u la uuucmoou that the l'an-Atncrlcan. l)r, mid Mrs. II. (). ninnch.ird nlso loft for Tlulfnltr Monday, Miss Anne I,. lluHols Is In llurllngton mis wcck lor a snnn visit, wmi ner sister, .Mary. Pr.mk Iturrldgc has gone to Cireenfleld, Moss., to work. Charles P. Orlswol.l camo Tuesday from Haul Templeton, Mass., to spend a week ngo and Is gradually falling. Mrs. Henry nrsklno and little sou oC'nQ Wllllam-town have letnrned home after rn,?""i 'l "u?., u?dt." ilnwer. wlT' l "tr 1M,,C,U"' "C,,ry "0Wnrd nn rT' o? blacknnd the naVcX!. w ',0, . . ., '"'"1 picture of President McKlnley on a, minimi lec.ii jr., Ill unnio.l IS III I..U Aitlinr .1. 11c has ROlie to tho JJOSton market Tor a few days? f'" ' " Coatlcook, P. Q H HOW , operator at the station. It. .1. Swe, n-y be-' Arthur .1. Hell has cone to tho lloston Iiir "laid nfr" until the iiuesthm of blnino In the rec nt wreck at Kast ( iranvllle, duo .i I .-iiui-.i. , .HIHK IIIHt' r . I 111 TK, accompanied OV her sister from nethel, left Tuesday for a lew days' visit In St. Albans. ' Mrs. Matthew Carney, who Is cnjoylm: n niontn s vacimon irom ner unties us i i.. i. .1 ii... . ... ,,m..i. 1 lll'JI III llll' lU'll l.llfli I 111. CllL II .1 IT fl 1'ulK Mass., this week to visit relatives. Ib.'nry Lewis of lloston. who had lie-n with his lian uts, 1). P. Lewis nnd wife fnr n vacation, went back to tho Hub Wednesday. nome ni tneir son, i i-. j.-nwier, in i nner. lilll Tuesday. Mr. Powler will conduct his -mi s store for about two weeks while tho latter and hN wile take a trip to tho Pan- American exposition ami other places. dda nrnon U lWrUnU. T.-.i .i it , e.v, i.i- t ."..'vi. ..v.... ...... t . ... i.iii'nio i rway and rf-port3 a uno tlmo. In town n few days Inst wenk.-Mis, Ma- c.-in-llce Howard, who is Hung nt C. C. Doty's celebrated her Mnd blithday Moil- . ,. ,. ...... .. . . . day with a puty given bv her netco.- , mom and Charleston S.ttunlav lO. It. linker spent Sundav In town i Ills family. Miss Hl.inche Davis l..l..U,.. V- tf ,.. ..I..I.I . . . " . ,a "er COUSin ; J,ttm Davis. btlUUKr tLL). ".' .1 1 .nr. illlll .urj. J. .M, yMlgdrs KllOHV : Mr. and Mrs. J. M Angeil's Fnday ,-cnlng, Sept. 13 was enjevbd bv a . Over ,e hundred w,re present. Music wn, fur- tv cue were served.-Quite a fei from town ot ... "l '.. 4. . ' J'" ri'."" . Ht. ,..,..., ". '". u" n" ' His torn. who deals in marl le and mnnlie nrnnlcl n i.- .. .. . . uv.ii, ... nnu i ir- nnu gr.inue. ereclCCI .1 handsome monument ini wr.,.ii m 1 1 .... ... i .V. . ... . V Pranch "lirT"1 pnr.sed' VVri! Kr " ' Va IXJX Z Josephine Splier for hrr hue husband.- """i ji.mc ...... . .-i i;rooKnoia .Mon- A reception He told It by sluns. I'ls daugbttr tol.l inn people bv wonl.-.-I.c . t l.lelgett haMng his silo lillid thh week. 1 Edwards from Chrl.-ea Is dclng the wot k -.lot-eph Uey- more has bought him a iarm In Iirnttle boro. It is a large farm, and will keep from fi to lf) ows - u Pratt and two sisters young lady from New Hampshire w'ent' for n rldo to Montpellor last ivn k nne lav. They report a line time - P. t tirkee from J-rookncld was- at II. D. Tri.cv's over S.in- l ie tn m.. (i, ,,..,.. ... .ii,.u. i null- u boards vlth Mrs F D Wheeler this term. -Mrs. JI Tr'utv'ond Mrs nnrnen ,Kiint at C w Tilt's in.. r,i,i,,v , " iA11 I I A lrt C'T aia M v I uumilio I u r 11 The funeral of Harney D. Flint was held at the e.ongregatlonal churcl, on Sunday the Ml, Inst itev. ir. ii. ?,irnnir i,. i,t. was the son of I'.iKIn nnd nollv (llelnnni Flint and would have been 52 years old on Nnv. is next. Hit lived on the homo farm till about two vears auo when ho' ,.r.....t ,..! ... c ...... .. 1,1, Ti..r... kind husband and father. winireu ijiain. ior ine past year ,1 hiu- dent at Sullivan high school at North Her- ek, Me.. Is at home for a time. Since the close of the spring term he 1ms been iniph.yed as assistant steward at th,. Irlvlng house, Did Or. hard He nch.-C.co. lupins the Kith, preparatory to the bo. ginning of business by the r.-o linn. J. V. i-nnl is ongagui as nooKK.eper nnu win aim assist In taking Inventory of goods, The baby daughter of Hurt Clogston was trU lu-n with pneumonia tile, "th, and died the 11th following. The funeral wn laid ,. 11,,. tmntn ih,. v.tli Rev W S Tinmen of Northlleld olilclatlng. Tho child was a .. . ..... ., ...... .... little ics.s man inree wcogs 01.1 -nupirin- teudeiit Anna M. Frankum visited .schools in iiaire the past week. -The Ladies Ho- ! clul Circle of the Pnlvcrsallst church 1110 to hold a liinunage sale at Fnxvllle on1 to hold a uiminage sale at Fnxvllle on' the afternoon and evening of tho lGth and 17th. Tho sale Is to be held In a vacant 1 t,,rc near the livery stable nnd Is to bo in i hnrge nf.Mr. and Mrs Hiram S. Drnry. - , .i nighter w.i horn the llth, Inst., to xir. ,,,,,1 i,s. i n. r, ed. Tho school bur, are looking for a teacher to fill tho pi,,,... ,,f Miss Lewis nf tho Clogston HelOOl. WHO resume 11 lie l.ll.l. .1 new nil- sllugo cutter bought by T. Colby was shli- pui In nne of the cars shaken up In llm into collision at Ilrnlntree and arrived here In a damaged condition If Interested In . .,r t ....... ..... I,.... ,t,l llm Im. UI.T 11.-nf ,, ,1,,.,, II.,, ...... .... .. - f ....l..l n.,. u .i.lr.,,,1 ,ii iivtiiii'iit ill int. inline- nt ..... i... ...i ,i,....0. .......ii.... ,,n l.-ililnv ..v.. ill. ii. .mil. ... t..n .......,. c.lwinl limiai. ill j; .. cdoek.-llvrllo Heaver left town the isth for Sirlngllcld, Mass.. for her Hunt year's work In theschool ror uinuergartc ns , there, pt iylng over Sunday with her sister, Rirtha, at tho Randolph normal school. ... . VtHbtllKti Mrs. Tin f us lllancluird morning, Sept. 10th nfler n long' lllnoss, their homo In Cleveland, Ohio Rev. .1, H. RI h.irdson delivered ii very nl.ln uddresa lust Sunday at tho Coiigrrgatlonal church mi the death of President McKlnPy Thlity Iho Italians have como lo town lo r t... , , ,, ... . I fnr T... Mr , I , .. .... ..... .,,..,,i,y .up l ,ru. T, .. n. l ... , . ...u. I .I. I ... .. .. 1 1 T7.1I. T.-r.ft .r l,n a r........ 1 .. 1 .10 llOTTinnV 1H fl'O tO Yll WOO BIlll 1'MI III IIU.1 ,11.-., H.mit.r ,,, .,,1.- ,i,ui.i,- 1- ,-t ., ,y. Ii. , Jtllll.lt 1I llll lit- I .. ... ..... ... .1. T... r. 1 1. ..... 1 . L I . . ... . r I c 1.1 .1.. r.ul.l...... r.t .in, iMi.iriuni iiil'. i vsistr 11 IV itev. .1 in in Mr nil r i .'.,.. ... tui i , tiT-.-i ii,,.. i ,-t in ei ,-tt n ll n ,t , ........ A man was con- and Rev. Frank K. Currier. There wn :t s.rlons illness with nervous prontratlon: Ntimo and Adc?ro9S. I V.r... ..'.'. V,. TP .... . . . . . :: - i , ......... .... -rtinonir li.sc w.hj utte.iu t.ie 1 iii-viiieii- a - wnoro ,nV. ,argt. alten.lance an.l many gifts of n..w. " " .." ! 'nie ner . iui.es as oooiiKecpi r ..... ,.... .f .,. 8tU(,.. and ,i0iv.'pn Rxn-in this week nro Itov and I , poss o,e ior mm. ers. Music was furnlshe-d by a male qlmi- l " '"r" "exi weeg. ..,,,- ,,.,:. r.cord of tho nasi, .us r vtnn iTlehnrHson. Walter .,,,,1 h.,, ie V a ' '! rlVP' ?; A. A.; "'' ' .f,;"'"" as following modern experiments n M,,r arty, and Herbert Kagan -Mr. and ,,w Vn J, i I "' a ., "f '''r''n' 'i I'earers wero ' '"i,' Mcmlc.is church next t)l , of mrnlrnl cicmCi Vr. .,an.s Mr,. Tn. Cros.ett of Waler-uiry vMt.,1 I ohris l-.piscop.il I. rilk ! lint. James S. Hopkins. Georgo 6und.i nyirnl ng. ... -tv u-.,,,, Rn Vlr.i N'ntlnnal bank buibllnc-. r.,.,i. tr. tn Bi.,r.t,.v n,i ?m,,i.,v 7 anil ,-tltnr cr,.-s lieckctt and rhorlesi Tnwnsen.l. Mr. Plint Auam l hrlsue, a goirl miner from Itaker ...... . .7" ' b or SO more nro to como soon. There Is ono case or typhoid fever at Copperlleld hut the patient Is recovering Sllni Titus has gon.i m Newport, to viiin menus. The vivei.- lists urn expecting soon preacher for n year nt Icost. . to secure a RUTLAND COUNTY BRANDON. . .. I . t..t.1 I it., frtn. ,.l,l, nol .rrmin, iw liv tehti. nnu-c.lt j.rq Amrimta Kelloc town forTfow days "S" (" irr0 I PrhmO H r,rA ' s' , "' . lmo tho Riicst ot D. W. ... in it 1 mi win lie tiufviii t . ... " . . .. - ... . . Mr8 lti M- It, v;illey entertained theicurslon to Nova Scotia. Ho reports thai j,atlei)' A,i BOclcty Wednesday afternoon Tm O'Nell has struck a three foot lead wm, n (en. I n t lllrr.ra nnrl fiimll.. ritnrnA(l Tnn. ,in..' ',;, life Vnn-Amerlein Vr , W nriro M Eiavo from Vrooklvn N Y whero t returned they have; i,eitt vluliltu' relative oceu if unit, ieiiuncs. WASHINGTON COUNTY. . ..-.'.In MONTPELIE.R. ,n rnmnllnnce with the resolution recent- i , ?. (loot p d b v t ho c 1 1 v c oil ill '11 to I live s 1 1 - " ' Pl,!'...s Zntcr l nlv nt Tferlin nR ,n ,i, ,,n,,ii,tP rnntamlnnl loii ot h ' Lme from Z sew rond and stream leading therefrom to tho ,M,.rvnir. lir UMiiinm i.in.Unv thn eliv M ,.,u,.r..nlr. II. Wllllnm I.in.Unv Ihnnllv'H ,.:.,..';.. . ' ' .... ' f t i. .. HBIIIIl Ulllftl, lit r. U1.VI11IK ut tin- i-ny covmcl Thursday evcinirx, prcrented '' cd by Alderman Wheelock, was passcl: "Kcrolved. That th city attorney he In- rtructed to begin proccodlnjs against the ... owner of tho Penr.on bulldlntrs at the - " - " - , n on ,tX HZr h mrrrab.Vconro'n" . ncpea of , oUimate recovery. C Kdw-ard Wheatlev left for New York Tnesd noon ,o enter upon Tilsvacalio'n snn.n henna of hlR illllmntn rnonf,.!-,- The third arnnal hanr,u(,t of the Mont- Ptller Seminary Yollhg AlUmnl nS'Orbl t lull Ulllilt y tl t nine inu IV HH I , ' - i,,.s occasion for those nttencHnir. Thero .. ... ....... r... .... r a. -' w,ie mnnv finm nut nf nwn win r . rn Jovablo nffnlr he association n also endeavoring to ",1V; "", 10"" le" r!'l'h oir.ee kept oi l"VJ; 1 p' '"""'"I "f S nrv. A',,c'rt A' ha,''nt- :i rllnP voung l.i have tho lo. al telegraph olf.ce kept open .;r of this ity and Miss Ella Ilnrton of Altiinicnt. N. .. were married at tne home of the bride Wednesday t-ven-' lug at S o'clock. They will live In the llv "f"''' Ibelt hcneymooii. Pott, aro lotmer residents of l.udlow William A. ltlley and Miss Clnra Mur- phv were nnrrled at St. Monica s rhur. h m . . . ...... jues.iay morning at trciock by Rev P. Al" JloKf,nna. In tlic evening Mr. and Mis. 1"py wrrp Klven !l riceptlon at Milts h.ill IU1" received one of tho llnest displays of presents ever seen In town. A letter received Tuesday from W. F M,.isc, formcrlv a well-known P.irre nn r states that ho Is now at Whlttler. ",lu i.....m..k fcrioumy oi locaung . ' ilty. Oregon, Is a guest of his sister. Mr 0e0- Piddle on his way to his former nome in hoouanti. Miss Daisy Corey spoke before tho pupll.i lames OI 1110 town. EAST ROXBURY Francis Pearsons from North Berwick, m, . was In town last week. Mls-cs lAzil KnotT and Alice Richmond were at Georgo Wnrdncr's lns-t Wednesday -Mrs IT i: Pope from Hurro visited ut George Fo-' Sundav. -Leila Webster has returned 10 1 Frnmlnghnm, Mass.. for another venr t that hns recentlv been purchnscil wi. used for tho first tlmo Sunday. Much credit is ilue W. C. Webster for his efforts In securlnc the much.neeileil lnoir..m,ii Reft I'. Allen, who has been In St. Albans the ,,nst slimmer, Is at home for a two weeks vacation before returning to Haltl- ,., m,i . 1,1.. .1 , ........... The 'many friends of .Mrs ls-ibell 1 ... . ....... 11 .Anil. Inn. who has been very ill the pn"t f,,ur wi ! will be glad to know sho Is slowly re. overlng. onnxii iiinnnnnm, oUU I H WUUUdUiiYi OUU I n YVUUUDUnYi I Walter Jol use n of llarlon Is vlsltlmr his' n),,Cp, jr-s Mi Hon Me-ICIiislry' Arthur ifjaiiiiii wiih nt homo from Gud.l.ird seminary over Snndiy "limt" Film paloholder Is cry feeble The order of .,,,.1 i,lu. a,,,,.,,.,. ..',.,,.., .. .... ieMsve In evidence nf the sorrow felt for ,ir lamenteil President. L. W. Haskell I ,.,inannl.-..l ,.it ,mUL, I.. Prl.n, 1.., ....., nuADurn. Miss Inc5; working for ,,,,,,,, ,.r, ' 1 ''lller prt'l ,,,.,, ,., i emilg ID llt MrS, Job, InK some time l,r""lf CALAIS. Mr. nnd Mrp. .. O, Lconnrd go to Mnluo for a short vacation, . J. Coatcn has re- tinned tc. coll. nn Ill New York after ilVh . bici, , liner n imLr ill friin lj an J.l.lrca 1,1 '!'? 3'nrd hero Tuesday morning, burne; s Tmon. It-v. J A. Dixon. Tho with neiehbors assisted In making tho occasion 2"L ,","5.?"t "."'J1 ,,","",",7ic...,lt 10 " ,m' .Kon of Man- an enlovablo t tie. '"". ""VV ' """'-. " n. ytn.ii. ... ' ?" ""-. i.iun. in- dis, Ilenrj Hell, who was Injured the i.il- ruNV. .T,-,,"r. .. I' d. i'.L0UJ- V1?.' U'lW" "ot mrt' ' .n?v: J- , reinrl wreck Tt Fast ni-nnvll',. lict ive, it ." ..v- tu.n.i, nKnt niiiitt i nnisn. i . u hi- iiui.i.km .i hi piu.iinrs nn- . 'V'....... ...i:a.!K. . V...'' P''t tinder tho wheel and was badly new b.-lng si, Irptd. the erin belnir much Havror.l of llur ncrton Is a week with Mrs. W. J. Car- ,,"'; ,,, '".:'" 1 ; h '"dliiB sc hool.-lames uwliam'f Hiring ha's for u millinery op- ;.,, ;..,,.;, L n r; m,, . nfinei is uoing n joi 01 pit miung 111 110 1 a 1. . , , .... . . . .-. . . ....... 11 '.. mn ,,,ii niin.v.. ......... i.t.t. ,.r,.,l,i, cwllnnn.. 1 bu lunl.n.n Mtllll-t T in in ine nrsi we.'K 111 uciouor. , , , ... . . ,.. v. . ... ......... n Hrnnn of St. Albans Is spend- Im, ",,..V r, V . , reitirnci last wcck no,, a irip 10 ni i.ing. at her lather s Patrick O " " ; .' ;, ; ........ .......... ............. ten, liarro and L nuei hi . -Jir. nnu jmis- u, l.ir lutiurs, latrkk o.. tl l0 tl.tlr families and irlend.s 11 jiea,, have lented a tenement In FaUar Pleaching for tho Fnlvem.llstH this sum. infections of Ihe throat, lungs or any vital f , "nl of Mrs Pierce -V II Martin unnialSonrM a lMmU G" l0,?rXlV;n s"aco "V"- "" rli::: - ; Montpeller this week. Moody, The koIiooIh worn closed In town Thurn- day afternoon, Miss Hello Cooley, who hns been In Nriv York and Roslon, I as returned, mi-, ana Mrs. k. u. amiin and daushtcrj ot Oinoha, lmvo boon visiting nt M. C,oince nt tho fair grounds, Tho annual I Kennedys M, Smith returned to Omnha fair tnkos plnco Tuesday, Wednesday nnd ycrtcrduy, hut Mrs. fmlth and daughter Thursilay of next week. Company Tare win remain ior a tune. I)r. and Mrs, Upton, who lmvo been' spending two weeks In St, Albans and 1- eliilty, havo returned. F. C. ltennett has mcvert Into tho Mrs. Calkin's house on Mnln street. n. ft 1.,.,... t tin...... i.mu ..n..............! .1, jJiiirj, ,,t ...llie mm v ..fill lll..-,.eil work for Drew Uanlels. hinlth fic. Somervlllo havo securoil tho. M-rvlcos of Dow ICneoland of Sprliigllold. Mrs, Thomas and Mrs. Mould of Keens- vllle, N. Y., nro visiting at P. W. Mould's, Prod Somervllle hns returned to his du- ties at l.awrencovllle, N. .1. A tiro nlurm was runs Tuesday morn- inn about two o clock. The freight depot churches will unlto nnd hold services .I'uiAiiiiy ml iiiu iiuur ol inc i resiucili s funeral at Canton. K. H. Donohue has returned from an ex- ' 1!'" ore '"' mo iniernationai property, and expects to beRln to mill It soon. MflDTUrid n i IMUn I nrltLU. I All fhiKs In town aro to-dnv at hnlf-mast. i In which position they will probably toir.nln the coining KO days. Prom the pulpit Sunday enmo words ot piief and sad- I for ! liis at tho death of u behne.1 Prosldent 'Mid tllo attack made unon free Institutions. IAt the Congregational church the Ilev. W. s "aaen deplored tllo death ot tho Pres - V. . .. .".. r m. - ary s tli"o W'OS a special memorial her - u'"'; 00,nrtllct''' Y the rector, tho llev. a. J. H,ltl'fr'l"J. who touched In his sermon up- 'itl.- national calamity. At tho U'nlver- L turJtmMin' w l o exet anLe . , ,n V nto. tler Junction, who exchanped lhat i ' ""V with the Ilev. Walter Dole, hnd n f-er- llllin nimrnorlnln In llm nn.lni, .ml 1111 liiim 41, i...t. m'"" nit; 'vu hp i in Hi-ui-nfMiy ui muii ,t 1 1.. i..,. i..i.i.. p, ' m ,Z t, nHii rVank Plum "k 1 ll,mlcJ spoko oC hlm a Ftatcs- Illllll. , " ..... I., is. urnmcQ nvnnf.o Trt nnv. Tn.vn I rttm .Jammed. He was taken to the home of ?i" tfVZn T1, un' i'v Yt Is OTticotc.1 tbat "A,n v ' n 5' , f-tPctcd that the Index J?'", 't " 1"" of " I . . n tntlllt n I n,t Tho nnnnoln,. e,,n tnrtlng s nterestlnrr. Ills sevnrnl c.iru ,vn .tnn.iinn- nn . : v.. Another freight trnln back- nmn trrmlr In nllnn- Ihn .... tra,n. r!,mp 1o..., ....... r,ni,i m. ,h. nr,.nn , ,mntlr. ..nllnlnr. ' Vn .n n IVIl u n rt-.i r. 11, n I 1 1, n 1 r n 1 1, e ..rn I .,1 I . ., ' . . . . s'-uie. ..inn u.e ."inunoouiiu one siaricu. ceionr lint. Tor. pnnt httnlliif. n,m ?. . .: .nr. r oss nenrn inc siacg 01 tlie cars lie- L'" "P. LW1 "'J.7 ." permitting him to do so SICK MADE WELL. WEAK MADE STRONG. kk..,Bn,,, Fjivlr f I ifo nicernrar. .'iuithimiw "' cd by Famous Doctor-Scientist That Cures Every Known Ailment. Wonderful Cores Are Effected That Seem Like Miracles Performed The Secret of Long; Life of Olden Times Revived. nouncomcnt that ho has surely discovered tho elixir of life. That he is able with tho nld of a mysterious compound, known only . . iiuuneu, 11.1uu.e1u un u ...run m 1..1. he has spent In Bearchlng for this I precious life-giving boon, to euro any and ! wery disease that Is known to tho human I body. There Is no doubt of the doctor's body, Thrro Is no doubt of the doctor's rnrnrstni'ss ' making his claim and tho '''"inrkablo cures that ho Is dally cffoct - ML'cms lllln ollt vcry strongly. 11H t,loory vlilola ho advances Is ono of ri'I",("t nni1 I'usod 011 pound c.xprrienco In a medical prnctico of many years. It costs ,1(,tlllnH" to try his remarkable "Hllxlr ot '''f''." ns ho cnlls ll, for ho sends It free, to anyone who Is n Hiiffercr, In sufllclent il.ianiiues 10 convinceoi us noiiiiy u euro iiii rc is .luHoiutciy no iisie i., nu. iiijiii.i of the cures cited are very rimarkable, i perfect health. Rheumatism, neuralgia I Htomarli, heart, Uycr, kidney, blood and pear us by magic. Hoadaclus, backaches, nervousness, fevers, consumption, coughs, colds, asthma, catarrh, bronchitis nnd nil " ..."- ii'"i" "."r . time that Is simply marvelous nllko und equally nltreted by this great "Ullxlr of Life '' Send for tho remedy to day It Is frco to every sufferer Stain what you want to bo cured of and thu remedy for It will bo sent you frio by re. turn mall. 12vky&aatoUliw J .'I t 11 Utile, till!., IIUIAt.l till- OH., lllllh ,tl- I . DR. JAMKS WlI.l.IAM ICIDD. to lioiti a ciancr in llicir armory on the evening of tho 25lh. Cards lmvo Ik en received announcing the mnrilago of Miss Maude llray to Islchard Ocorgc ltleh, which occurred at tho home of the bilde In South Mauches-1 iV,i r... llm n.li -! !,.!. ... .... ll, ' ...til, ,,,, .... j, i in 1 membered as a graduate ot the t'nlvcr.sltv class 01 num. A memorial service In honor of Presld nt McKlnley will he held In the CoiiRreRatlnn al church this forenoon at 1f:30. S' v rnl short addresses with appropriate music will form a pint of tho order ot exercises. The service Is held upon roeommondi.tlon of the board of selectmen, A, ;. Denny, I Miss Minnie Cadv will cnterlnln n nir i. Ji J'hiiik iricnu in nrr ikiiiic iim .Mirwi street this evenlm?. The party Is In oh- t-crvanre of her blithday. WORCESTER. A. .T PVinne Im mnVf.,1 In tllo rt Urtin. place leccntly rurcbased bv him.- Paul Klchurdson nccimpmlcd his nunt Mrs. Dr. l'erklns to hfr home In Horlcon, N. Y Inlt w t ck.-Ilfilph, the three years old son "f Ir!,l,,c ".,ilnf f',", frr,m 11 w.aBn',' '"'t 'ilmrmlny nnd broke his arm.-Mrs. Deu.d , , her loti.litcr. Cora ot Montpomcry , f'10 vlsltlnp in town.-John It. Wilson and einuphter MIfs Kate, took In tho excur- hlc" t0 Ottawa on Monday. ; CABOT 1 National mcborlal services will be held at both ohurcli.S neM Hundny.-Mrs. L. It. i.yford nnd Mrs. Lydhi Marsh have both Cforcl a pnrllal i.t-tn.r or P iralysm ' "' v rt , ,,V.u,V,hl,"eV,,,P nock nnd tools of William Nelson. arm, MOCKIIIIIIICOIS Ol William brother, otherwise known as tho John - 11.. 1.1 , ... ... x-.l I ... a . .... .... iiirii ir n VHinn. 'i no rrp i nerv tin id it- . . .. . ... in. i . 'Tufn U ,T was called tc Hnrnet t y tho lUness of her jonln-'t wvek.-Mr. nni ilrc. . D Lv- ffirrl lnrl fn. Tl,,ff,,l U'l.ilMne.liM, ntirl tvl'l Iur" slnrt 'or nuiraio n eonesoay ami wi i ett.t. better in this section than was expected -Mor.c Hros'.aro earring i . ....ui.. ..ll.. .1 M0RET0WN. -irs. .Nntlinniei i-.,rpenler from Middle. sox visited her mi rr-n Is Satuiilnv Hut-ton . ... - . . nni nas pureniised .Mrs. Vinton's farm for noSSLSslOll to be cllf.,1 Oct UI. her brother. O. S. Turner -Itev. Mr. Hmerv WnS called met the mountain Mond.iv 'o nl t enrl :t f UUeril l.Pnl nr fJrltT.1 ll mo-.,rl liU j t. u. ,,, ... .. r,""ii m nuio mm dc.u.u,.j um mn v., it ' in . -sew j otk aiaie oeicre going ineie 1 1 llL1 I.ecn 1'hlmcr Tucsdav. The schools unit- Rntnnlnv nn their tili.vn.Ua Wm Snm,.r. f .. .... line unit wife went to Fayston Friday to ,!.;! Iisv r,.ll..ir .Mn it- ,r,,. ... I , . Gill Holt has gono to Now Haven to work. "'"k"d. on nir to attend her funeral S.u.ir--H. (',. Atkins, Thomas Sometvllle and r. day. Mrs. llulett Is very low. Tho rhurei, M'oodnrd r.re to work In ihe talc mire till.- 'K'"H "erp tolled hero tho morning alter v iek. I llllnn Pleeper Is teaching In Down- Pi"-blent McKlnlev s death -Mrs. Sp.iulu ville. Itev. Mr. Durfee from llurllrti.ii '"g '"d daughter from St Albans w. rein gave a lecture In bell ilf of tne Ai.u-S.i- I, ion beacii. Sent. S at the Mcth.idlit church. The Dorcas Union "net with Mr. Lester Muiry Sept. 11th. Twenty- gl.t people took dinner there, Mrs. K AtKlrn iitid Mrs. Frank Johnon vlslttsd their sis tor. Mrs. Daniel Mors-e, Wf dnsrl.iy -Mi nnd Mrs. Sidney Atkins retjrncU from their visit In Masfai husi-tts Mondav night. Mr. and Mis. Tripp returned honin Friday. School commenced Monday with tho same teachers. WAITSFIELD. F. C. Carroll Is adding another story to his house, making a two M..rv ho ise .1' it. 1 esides other extensive linprovemtn; s The Warren Telephone Co., have reemth WINDSOR COUNTY. WHITE RIVER JUNCTION. Memorial set vices for President Me Kin ley wero held in the Methodist church Sunday morning nnd were well attended, in twlthstandlng Ihe rainy weather. Tho Interior of tho building was draped in mourning. liev. A. J. Hough In his ser mon very feelingly alluded to the ilf.' and public sorvices of the dcceaed President nnd vigorously denounced tho spirit of anarchy as ono to be suppressed in this government. At St, Anthony's church. Rev, Fr. W N. I.oncrgan in his sermon nt high mass con dtn.red anarchistic teachings as subver tlvo of law and crdor und paid an cloepient trlbuto to tho public and private life of Mr. McKlnloy, A largo congregation was present. Iho Pnlvtrni'lst church was approprl ntelv draneil rnil. i.k nt the Methoillst. a laii:e nortralt of the deceased Prosidiint tcstoopiHi with bhuk nnd white drapery vi'uiniii ii ... uiniiieui iii'siiiuii nt'v .t,., Dole of Northlleld, In exchange, with Rev, C. B. Petty, the pastor, ociupicd the pul- ..If nml lila unrnitm r.nn 1 ,1 ltn.,1 ni.ilit' tmi.li. ....... Ing re erenccs to Mr. McKlnley und his nobloillfc. Pmblems of mourning aro displayed at ninny points In the village. Plugs are at '"any points in me village, i iugs are at helf mast and ether cvldencca of soirow nre. visible QflllTH RflYAI TON SOUTH ROYALTON. Fir, nnd Mrs, D. L. Huriu-tt visited rel i- tlvis In Rethel Inst Sundav .Mrs. Flint ,, m()vf1 lo j. j nurkec's' resld, n -e w here rho la ko-iplng house.-The Rev. V l: iMnnn spont lllst uteli lr nostoii'nmi Riiiorvllle, Mass. Miss Cella Wynu Is teaching school In ShHron.-MIss rifa uis gone to Fltchbuig. Mass.. where 1 t fii.tlilu1 limine. i1i.t-k tllliv' nilll'l'l! u; M sheiur.! and fumlly have moved to tho flat ever Charles lllacK's more.- air. ' Virs iivi st-'enard are 111 with typhoid I ' . ' ',' X Asiilcv and fnmllv were III ,. i, qntuiilnv to attend tho tnwn, whore they will visit ono week R0CHES1 ER, Mrs. P. Ij. Mnrtln from Hcthel wns In town last week, Miss Prank was nt Mrs, lviiclnda IDaton'H last week, Mrs. Charles Kinsman Is very sick nnd tho nurso, MIhs Royce, Is cnilng for her Mrs. Pr fircone i from Rethel was In town a few days ro- ci iitly Mrs John Nichols hns been con llnod to tho houuo several days with rhcu- Assisted by Cutlcura Ointment, tho Great Skin Cure, for preserving, purifying, and beautifying the skin, for cleansing; the scalp of crusts, scales, and dandruff, and the stop ping of falling hair, for softening, whitening, and soothing red, rough, nnd sore hands, for baby rashes, Itchings, and chaflngs, and for all the purposes of the toilet, bath, and nursery. Millions of Women use CUTICURA SOAP in the form of baths for annoying inflammations and irritations, or too free or offen sive perspirations, in the form of washes for ulcerative weaknesses, and for many sanative, antiseptic purposes which readily suggest themselves to women, especially mothers. No amount of persuasion can Induce those who have once used these great skin purifiers and beautlflers to use any others. CUTICURA SOAP combines In ONE SOAP atONE PRICE, the BUST skin and complexion soap, the BI-ST toi let and baby soap in the world. Complete Treatment for every Humor. Ct'Tit UHA Soap, to clean! the "kin of crnts anil sc.iles and "often I tin tlin kencd cuticle, ('(TTtcrttA OiNTMF.vr, to lntantlv allay itch ing, Inllamtnatloii, and irritation, and sootlm and heal, and Ci'TicuiiA Hksol r, to cool uml cleanie tho blood, lold tlifounhnut th world. Drltlih Dfpoti F. Nkw ti kii t V Soi.. '.C Ch.rtt rhoui. Si., Ininn. I'otteb tjBCo AMDUliy. COBr., Bole Prop , Uoalon, U. . A matlim. P.lverton Jewett and wlt'i I'.'inln Idge. Muss, .ire visiting ii from , ,, v a ('"1. Albert Clarke and wit" have 1. ''' '' " " - ' m. .. 'n PlllstleKI September Oil. flu- nmim- ..,i l.....i...t,, l,.,. r,. r.. , , "" '"i-- U'Tlll WON UOI.l 111 HCr lailler- IIOII.SC U- urdav. Si-ptember 14th. H" Mr YnrUes of I'eii.ilnR.-iioll riuernsey from Windsor w s in tnwn last week. Mr. and Mrs. I'nrti urnw n.-OIl, l.r mill !TS. l I Sir V I lOllge- kins .in. I Mr nn.l Mr. w-.nl llniimLin. - , ... , , ,..."., tnl ln.t ,..!, .1. I. l. ',, .....,,.......,..,....., ,,,.,., Porcli. The funeral of Mrs. Plynn Uuern - ""Ill 10 lll(lor. Fred ItoblnSOll Illlll thro r ., ....r.l .... ... ..... . . 1'' w.e uo.iroing nou.so m MIllliKllll. I'ittsield. where Mrs l(,,n, week sna tins week The? fti- ""rl" "' .lrs Hannah Pl-rce w , he'd iiiM.-iei. wy, ne mt. Adams olll datl' g . t a T V I A MCAI ICI ,-ihC 1 i..rmwi.M m VVr PTK IT w jTHURSDAf. j Wei rlnsn nt t n'nirinl. . .....1. . 1 . j j resilient and in obedience to mil our mayor. FItl DAY. 6 We ..pen the Fall season able merchandise. As a trade v the following specials ; Outing Flannel S The regular 5c grade will go - -n ' O T c&ffcxi- & Q.J I Lr T univ J only at Underwear y them igc, but for Friday. . . -Walking; Skirts . 4 a the allies are fully half more. 1 ? C 11 . U 1 J - X n ftX"i" C? rn"ay onv we "era choice of five patterns I arpCL extra super, all wool Ingrain Carpets iQ regular 65c goods choice 40c r;Mf' Wtii-fA Qdi'ffc We offer this week our avjhi "iiuv ini m regular Wamsutta Shirt pure linen bosom covered button holes, long and short bosoms, $ Three lengths of sleeves the equal of any shirt in the city iQ at 65c, only THE J. W. HcAUbLAN CO. G. H. WILTSIE, rianaRer. DOORS, WINDOWS, We would respectfully intending to build, or make repairs, to our large stock of the llucuuluB lu uul,tl. ul roptUl3, tu uur liirS 310CK Ot nf c Rds- AH regular sizes carried for immediate ship House Finish, and odd furnished to order, upon short notice, bmall orders rocetva the same careful attention that we give to large ones. Our prices are low We guaranteeall work. MORGAN Pioneer Shops. JOHN W. MeAPSI.AN'S KSTATIO, STATI; OP VKIIMONT-Tho HonorabU Piobate Court for the District of Chit- t. f.don: To the heirs and all persons Interested In the estate if J.mn w. McAuslnn, lato or lbirllnglon, .licensed, OIIKKTINO! uheieas, nppllcntlon hath been made to this court In writing, by t' e administrator do benus non with tho will iiiuiexcil of tho nt n to of John . M' Aubin, late of llurllngton, In said ill -tr.. l .Ii i-nnsml. tirnvl.iif for 1'enr.Mn nnA nn. t 'rliy to n cerlaln v icant lots of Mill j (li. client's sltuatnl mi Fergusons mid i tit i in s Addlti.ni In said llurllngton of the " ii ilatu i;f said deceased, rt presr ntli,g t 'd louit, that It would be bot.eiiclal ti, tb" in Its and nil parsons Interested In tho ' ii- of said deceased, to sell the t,ainu, I 'oimrt Into money, Hint thrre aro i.elrs to said i state residing m tins -i'i". and tint It hns beeomo I. ere i.ry in order to settle said cttato that raid lot -old. Whereupon, the said court appointed , '.d ii -signed the Ith dii ot October, ltnl, nt Ian Piobita Court Rooms, In bald District, to hear nnd decide upon Mild ttiplL atlon and petition, and ordcrd that I public noilco thereof be given to all per ' hi ns Interested therein, by mibllshlmr sa.ld or ier. loRethor with tho tlmo and placo of iM-irlng. three weeks mi' cesslve.y. In th llurllngton Weekly I'reo Prss, a newspa per which circulates In th neighborhood of those persons Interested In said estate, nil of which publli Hilons shall bo prevlou to tho day assigned for hearing. Therefore y..u ale hereby notified to up p. u r b. f.iro said Court, at the time nnd pli.rr. assigned. Ihen and thors. In said c jrl to make, your objections 'o th g. anting of such a license, It you ii t-i'le. Div. ii under my hand, at the Probat i curt JtooniM, this 17th day of September. 1H MAltCKU.t'S A KINeiHAM, l-.w3t. Judge. JOHN STAPKI.TON 9 I'STATK, STATK OV VERMONT. District of Chit. I tenden. s. The Honorable the Probate Court for the District of Chittenden. To lb,. In Irs and . 1 prisons interested In th'- etat i.f John St.ipelli.'i, I to ' 'harlolt.-. il-i -as d, ORDBTING: Whereas. appll atlon hath been male to this court In writing, by t tip admlni'rat r 'f III" evit.lt. uf .lnlin Stapcltrii,. tc f h.irlotte in s.iiii dWtri. i cb i e is, l pr.iy . for ll .ne and autb.iri'v to II all ni th" real nnu p. .jr.il i,,t of -,ii ,i, , , i-..l fur to. pay n i in ,.r d.'ii-- uml iir. . f adn.inlstrn- "ii, setting I ir:i. t'ui n ii'e ,mmm "f 1' its due fr .in -..,. ilr . s. -1, the e iargi'4 .idinlnlsir.r. .1. Mr ..mount ..f pcrs.,ntl -t.iti" und ll. i -i.uulloii of tin- re- 1 cs,- And bring. nn Into court the it n eta 1 ..'M'rob.itlon in writing, of nil tin I- r t - ..I estate residing In tliN State, m 1 t tiug forth th- situation of the re ,1 . t,n h.-ieupo.', ih" said court .ip o n' d ind nsslgniil th" 5th dnv of Ort.,rn v "u t the Probate Court rooms, In ai 1 du. trict. to hear .mil decide upon sa d appl. iition and piiltlon, nnd orderxl t jb o notice th-rrof to bo given to all pT 'ii Interested therein, by publishing snid or ilrr. together n.th tho time and p.a.'e tt Inuring, ihn- w.ekx successively .n 'h 1' .rllngton We, !, v l"ree Press, a r. tvspa per whl M clre'il.ues in the nelglibe"-, id oi lv. ' person- u.ierested In said eata'e, n which publi. .. I. s shall bo puli. us t" 'he day assmnr i for hearing Thereto! e, you aro hereby notified to apprnr before said court, at the time and pi u e assigned, then and thoro in "aid f-urt. to make your objections to tho granilng of such II. nnie. If you sen cause. 'jin'ii iniiiii iii ;in'i. itt win I'ronai i ...iri I corns, nils ljm a.iv of . ntrmlier. ili. .MAKl'Kl.I.I S A. TIIN13HAM. Judge. U.w3t .' M A 1 K l) AI.HRO p. HII.UItETH STATIC OP VHRMONT, District o.' ChiU tenden. as. Tho Honorable the Probate. Court for th IMMilct of Chittenden To .ill perilous Int.r.-i'ed 'n the e'ite ot Albro Ii. Hlldreth. l.ito of Rb hm rj in -.ml district, deceased, CIREDTI NT: Where. is. snid court hn nR.qiirnirl th ,5ih day of October, next fer th.n llurlh rion Weekly Free Press a news- ,,, , published In sild district I nl.,..ir... ... -i... Therefore, o.i .ire oereby not.dtl i' ap- pear at the prooate Court room Iiur- ungion. 1 mi thu .lay assigneii tin I'd 10 1 til.t. l : i. ,tiJul .11. t e count if you :-ee r.iuf... and t. y.iur r.u'hts ! elrs .egatees a. ' and J .bllsh lawful ll v Ot icla!matr nf r sldiie .i.v... ,i.,l hul'.'l, th s s S. I t. rrSi r .mai:1 1.1.1 s a kiijiiam 1 w."' .1 1 lse. AM i"-MtiinAKiy the request of President Rooscve't I i with a store full of mw and cipsir. X starter we offer for Friday only 4 Several hundred vards of our regular 7jc Outing ! lannel. Friday only 5c. at 4c. c" Givernaud Bros. ' 7 5c Black Taffeta 4 iiiic. we run tins siu at 69c. but a for a trade winner Friday iA I : 4Vc One case of Ladies' full weight 4 Fleeceu Vests and Pants. Many sell this grade at 25c. We marked' r .15. Two great bargains tor 1 ' .1 mi. l i-riiiay i lie prices arc i If t -T PO ti: ...A Y J I . ll UIIU t? u .It'll . 25c is the regular price but as a Friday bargain only 1 r f(jc T T BUNDS AND GLASS. call the attention of all parties work of every desctripion, BROS., Burl in a ton wm ww m m m W mm