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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS : THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1902.
One Cent WORD. Advertising in this column ono cent rlinnceJ i -....', c.t, i... remilred. . every week, cash in advance require" No advertisement taken which Is less than )v BHIOIIT MAN wanted, $12 a week to start. Pleasant work. AddicFs "Q," thin cilice. 4.l.t,&w,lt. A OMAN COOIC wanted, one that Is com netent. both meat nnd pastrv. I.ogan House, Mlddlobury, Vt. 4J,Ct&-3oVlt I IjACKS'MITII SHOP WANTKD. Anyone hr.ing one to rent wrlto to Uox 11, c.lrnn- inc. vu nwit. VA.NTKD to hlro a farm on shares by a capable man. Apply A. llenu, Colchester, Vt. XJ.wlt. V AN'THD Young man for country htnto, hotel help. In nil dopnrtn'ents, agents, boue work girls, cooks, three married couples and cUht men to work on farm, etc. Unclose stamp for reply. Jli'rling lon Kinpliymciit Agency, Y. M. O. A. wtf. WANTKD "5 men nnd live married cou pit to wo'-k on farm, "." glrW to work In fi lories, l-oif-ework girls, conks, clerk, k.ilesmen. hotel help, choppers, etc. Hur- htuston Kmployment nnd Heal llstato Agony, Hoim :. Y. M. C. A. bi tiding. Kl.wtf. A CO'MKTKNT MAN wanted for running a planing and inouldltg machine. II il den & Martin, Brattleboro, Vt. :M,w.1t. nou .Sale. M'KF WYANDOTTK COCKEHl.T.S for salr. 2C Colchester Avenue. Hurllngton aiw.'Jt DI'KHAM-A YHSlllHU Hl'I.t. tor sale, 14 months old. Alson Holllns, South Hur llngton, Vt. WKUtwl.. MOTKI. AND I.lVEHY STAHI.E for sale. Inc. i ed in one of the busy towns on tho line of the C. V. R. R. Excellent ehulieu lor a man and wifo to make a big living. Property consists of everything neces sary to operate a stable anil hotel. Wo als hive a country store and a grist mill for sale Fur further particulars Inqulro at The D A. Perry Real Estate Agency, 9 G rdui. block, ISarre, Vt. 45jl&wiw MACHINE SHOP. FOUNDRY AND iweivo .vo.uj, iwu uni-B. nj.ccini i iiiioiiaiofr uip ni.i-in.-ir. i' ridny evenintf.-rnKe ami eoiiec was sei v- l(,n to lnrKC nml apprcclatlvo nudlcnee, riuinKe has rented nearly ono cntlro floor Wilson Averlll, of Warrcn.-U. A. Davis advertisers using from to 1000 lines lon held at Hjdo rnrk.-riie n.isiuei,i to ,,, mi KPneral Rood lime was enjoyed. lfi K chnmberlln conductor. An ad- i (10 j,milo & Averlll block for oflleo of l.ethel wns at the hatche.r Saturday.- wlthln twelve eonsecutlvo months. proiiieniide. wHch was held at the toy, c. A. liarre of Westlleld has bouht the msson too rt j; cc.ntH wns charged, tho ,lur,,0!(t.Sl d wm take possession March i. H. Howe, Jr.. nnd fnmlly spent Sunday witran twelve consecuiuo monins. hn , 0 Frl(1 .enUS ,Bt( wil9 a very a, j, i)n(RU rnrm of Hon. 1-. W. Ualdwln. proccr(s to be used In jrlvlnn the school 5. nfh0 Vooms Imvo been leased for ono In Kandolph.-Mrs. William Stanley of enjoyable satheilng. administrator f"r the C. A. Dodge estate; ..hlldrrn n siPch ride. The great llro , North Attleboro. Mass.. arrived in town WHEELWRIGHT SHOP for sale, locat- rrom this town wero at Vvest riinrlr tun d ciitrully in lllage of Swnnton. wa- at an entertainment and a young man was ter power Good cliunco for a mechanic present that has since come down with with small capital. Also water power at varioloid. The doctors aro busy vm r mat outlet of Fairfield pond, 7 miles from St. ins and It Is hoped It will only result In a Albans, maximum head with old dam CO scare. Several flne horses are being picked feet and storage cai-aelty, approximate- up by outside buyers. C. J. Thomas Is ex ly 300,000,000 cubic feet. Storage capacity pecteel home In a few days from I'ran can bo largely Increased at small cx- conla, N. 11., where he has been mwlng penso for dam and llowagc. All must bo pulp wood. John R. Noyes has been In sold to close nn estate, and will bo sold town a few days. Mrs. Etlle Dtirguu Is (separately. Address F. D. Eapelle, uelmr. Swanton, Vt. 9,d&w'im FOR SALE Flvo I'eacocks and four Peahens. C, S. Fisher, Vergennes, R. i V., No. 1. 33, wit. FOR SALE Four mllen north of Hlnes l:urgh,3'i. from Richmond, a PG-acro farm, good herd, wood land, good, warm house, t'nlr hnrns. finlemlld Knrtncr water, vorv pleasantly located on cross road, nleo neighbors, together with 12 eholco young cows, a good team, all necessary fann ing tools, a milk route bringing In JIM a yeur (carrying neighbors' milk to cream- irv'i. entire outfit S1.57B. Anti v at oncei to J E. Hunt, Real Estntc, Essex Junc tion, Vt. 33,w3t. TILLY coming three years old, for i-ale. P. J. Huron, Jericho. 47.2t&35wlt MY HOME FOR SALE. Largo new house barn, with garden, thoroughly mad finished in natural wood, electric lights and modern Improvements. F, L. Par sons, Essex Junction. .Tl,w,3t. THE DELL WARE HOUSE FOR SALE, Hi uses Point. Suitable for Hotel or Hoarding house; contains twenty-six roi ms, good location near D. and 11. De pot. Apply to E. C. Everest, Plalts Durgh, N. Y. wS.'.tf. FOR SALE In Essex Centre, good houso' nnl barn, with four acies of land. Prb-e. t.'TJ Alcn ri.o wltl, er.i'in n .rsr. ,.Anl laud, piico JU00. J. E. Hunt. Real Estate, Essex Junction. Vt. SH.wtf. FOR HALE. By J. E. Hunt, the bargain hunter of Essex Junction, a good houso and barn with eighteen ac.ies of laud, a nice place for a gentleman of leisure. Price low and terms eas ! location. l"n. derhill Center. ;i2.w0t. : : " .' rCUtS (i.tir.XUtCfl. . -z , AGENTS WANTED. I Ir Ith and Acc ident Insurance', B. at Company. Mrst Liberal Polb y. Agents win can produce business can sec ure lib eral contract. Addrr-s, w.... references. MANAGER, Box 131, Hoston, Mass. tXl.wed&snt.fcw.lm. whPAY$22AWEEKr-n;r,; Tigs to Introduce Poultry Compound, lu te rnational Mfg. Co., Parsons Kan. 3", wit Teeth Extracted Absolutely Without Pain. Tho only office In Burlington where you wu, bti iL-wi cAurti icu nunuiii a panicle vt lain milium luiMiiK gaa. iviy mc-tnod 1ft Hired by no other person. No pain; no danger, no after effects. DR. L. IIAZEN, Office IBS Pine ttreol, Burlington. Vt Oflleo hours 10 to 3, 7 to 8. A BIG NEWSTOCK ) OF ( CARRIAGES, HARNESS, ROBflS, ETC. WALTER B. JOHNSON, w25tf Ess3x Jimotioi, Vt PILES Ife READ (M, D Harvard . Trniifint s-triet. lto.it, ,.i Biieci inst roe -i wentv v.iru 1 "i nd for iNnini irt nninthfiifiT i iirursna. m?".?! p m. s"n-l?T XTTTT, A da and Ilclldays excepted, ESTATE OF MARY BISHOP OF WIL LISTON. ctatii nrf vpiKMnve tn...i-. m... ' - . ....... I y . V WlilV To nil persons concerned in the .i.ii leauua. Mary Bishop, Into nC Wllllston, In salel ds. the Rev, J, II. Cono olllolatlng. Ho Is sur tllc t, deceased, vlveel by a wifo who was the daughter of nrtiop.Ti vi-t. At a Prohnto Court, holdon nt Burlln ton, within and for the District of cint. te neleii, on tho 21st day of February, 1903. uu Instrument purporting to l,o ti n last Mill and testament of Marv Bishop. Intr nf Wlllihti.ii, in said ellstrlet, de-fiatit-d, was presented to the Court ufore hal 1, for probate. And It la ordered by said court that tha JUh da.y of March, hX2, nt tho Probato Court rooms. In said Burlington, be as signed for proving snld Instrument; and mat nonce tncreoi oe given to all per bona concerned, by puhllahlnK this order three weeks suecesnhrel.v n the Huiilne. ton Wekly Free Pres, a newspaper pub lished at said Rurllngtocn, prevloua to tha tlmo appointed, Therefore, you are horoby notified e a p. pear before ssld court, nt tho tlmo and place afornsnld, and contest the probata cf cald T.ill. If you nave cause. Given under my hand at HurUnjrton, lo Hdjl district, this lilst day of Fobiunry, ' MARCKLLl'S A. HINGHAM, Si,w8t, Judgi. YERMONT LOCAL NEWS (Continued from sixth pace.) of vnrlold nhout 10 duB before;, l liey tended tho funeral of Mr HMtitrilny. a f minor resident who died nt lis daughters In Mcrrlsvllle very sue no u- Thursday of Inst wek JOHNSON. Several Italians nirlved fcr the asbestos mlnes Mondnv.-Sncw Is so deep In tho icnd8 that ireny have had to gie up .t- ting In logs. Mrs. U. S. Oooledgc ras been wonc Hit past week.-Mrs. Hnrlle Sweet Is lading fast. Superintendent of Kdii.u tlon Hanger etartsd Sntuidny for Chlcag'i to attend nn tdocntlcmal meeting there. Prof. Alger nnd wife Attended a meeting nt Islo l.a Motto lrst week, where both had part In tho exercises.- Tim pl.iy rlveu by the High nchco1, Lost in I ondon," had a lull house last Fliday night several lrom Hyde Paik wore elnu.i. The -liiiol eleaied nearly 50. M. ft. Katou of Mnrrls 010 has been assisting hi Hlddlo llios, tin shop tho past few weeks. WATERVILLE. i Mrs. O. O. ICelley and Mrs. 11. A. Wllley are on the Mrk list. Horner Kans Is laid up with a broken foot. James Saffnnl lies taken Mark Stearns's Hunt farm. Hurt Hlodgctt of t'nderhlll visited 1). (1. Unw ed Inst week. Arthur Wells has taknn ono of the Hmlllo farms down the river Mrs. Klincr Macomber of Jay Is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. llemnn Miller. Daniel Maurice visited his son, M. '. Maurice, nt Montgomery last week. Mr. fieorge Miller of Elmore visited Harris Heard over Sunday and Monday. Mr. and Mrs. L. I. Patterson of East Kltcher visited In town Friday and Snturdi. Mr. and Mis. Nathan I.cach of Lancaster. Mass., visited In town last week --i'lnier I.cach visited his sister, Mrs. Will Chnse, nt Uast I'ielcher last week. Clarence Stearns of Johnson was In town over Sun day. Mrs. Orln Thomns and son Morton of Jeftersonvllle are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Howard Thomas. S. It. Miller, Jr., and wife of Hyde Park aro visiting fi lends In town. Mr. and Mrs. I.nlher Clntlln of Now Haven Mills visited Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Wheelock last week. Mrs. Will Chaso of East Fletcher visited her father, Ami ieacn, last weeK. ORLEANS COUNTY MORGAN. Quito a small pox scare In town. Several ttopplng with her parents for a few dus, NEWPORT. Sunday morning found the town without a water supply. Thero was a leak some where between Derby and the reservoir and the pump was resorted to. It wae found that some one had not entirely emp tied It of water and that It was frozen. Several days will be required to repair It and meanwhile the town Is without any lire protection. Ralnb S seo s case for sel ng liquor was called at !) a. m. Saturday. The jurors wero six men from Newport Center. Th trial was Deiore juuge uusnman, mute s .iiur- ney Oralnm and Frank Miles appearing r.iy 1..1V ni-ii ..... farm to a niiin from Holland, and will Denilng. II. I. and Mrs. lia hlwln of Wells waiter was. sent for Monday or in is "ceK.-i cier movc ,icr famll.. lnt0 Vrci HumblcfH Jtlver, Major It. T. anil Mrs. Johnson, tho Mrs i-ninn eieu -erect a x rr5 mr..K i ... tcncnM,nt, ,JrV, ,r, j. ,, j,rf)i Kllbonrn, Cnpt. 1. S. I ... 1 ', .., and Mrs. Charnporlln nnd Miss unamner- Int tho church vestry. It yas xorj v, ell LOWELL. '"n ' Bradford, K. Ii. l'lke, Dr. and Mtr. n nltended.-Scveral frcm Ibis plae- nt- LUYV ULL iIn,m,, m ,i ir Kliirodirn of JOllll Jill UH I lor llii" Slate Wlin loung v 1 oung icn- iiiiiibiiut ui itoivu ncuum-ui mr ni--i Sisco, There were some 23 wltneses called eyes. The case grew outof the disclosure of Matt Mrs. Sadie Hruee Is sick at tho home of Phillips Somo of the principal witnesses her mother, Mrs. II. Powers, were visiting In Canada and out of reach. The Odd Follows and Rebekahs are going Tho jury found Mr. Sisco sullty ot three on a ride to Mr. Smead's In West Hrook Iirst olfenses. llo took an appeal to Held to-night. county court. -Mrs. S. S. Whltcomb Is ill with tho grip Mr. and Mrs. Dentils Dolloff had a ron and bronchitis. born to them on tho 19th. Homer Wheeler, a former bookkeeper for True & Rlanchnrd, died very suddenly In the sto Trmnoca whW returg from Chicago. The funeral was held at Coventry on Saturday. Miss Muttle Shat tuck of Boston is In town visiting friends r.RFPrMQRnRiY ulltu"""'"ul Mrs. C. W. Willcy is better. John Sinip- crnn i-lin tins linnn ill la I ni nn, Vl 11 IT. M III'I i- iner Cuthbertson's boys nre both 111 with mcaslcs.-Asa Glftln has finished work for John Kendriek and gone to work for George Y. Simnson. John Kendriek of Mud island visited his uncle, John Ken- drlek, recently. John Simpson of New York Is home to oversee the work on the uimiiun imnue Keiv.rn! nf the, vnuiiir noo- i,ie In this lcinltv attended tho entertain- unent at Hardwlck last week.-One of Hor- Ice Mcl.uten's horses got Its eye very Ib ielly hurt recently. Veterinary Smgenn i Kibble of Hardwlck wns called to sew up the wound. CRAFTSBURY. .1. M. Patterson has commenced gather ing ' ream for thu village cre amery. IJu.ir terlv nn etlng services woie held In tho Me thodlst church last Sunday. The .liurcn bar-, bi'en thoroviOily repaired and Is ivndv lot us-. Miss Jennlo Morse con.nienc.'d a tn in cf eight weeks' school last Monday In t!U vllllage. Walter Andersen, oldest s in of Robert Anc'.c iron. Is critically HI with pneumonia. E. S, Slmonds, a mem ber of the Ccrgregatlnral church und G. A. It., dieel at the homo of his dairfhtor, Mrs. Charles Clicency, on Tuesday morn ing of last week. Ho leaves a wife, two children and nn aged mother to mourn his less. .mis. George neeier unci fou on have gona to Cunada for a fe-w weeks' If It. Mr. nnd Mrs. Stebblns from lohn , son are vlsltlnc their sen. tho Rev. t N m.l.t,l.a r.f tl-ilu tM.. Tim -.n,,l.-. ,.f North Craftsbury are preparing to ulvn 1111 old folks concert nnel antiquarian sur per In their church vestry in the near tuture. Tno children of Will Farr's are seriously sick with tho grip. The cako walk at the Grange la.st Friday evening was tho most amusing rvent of tho nven Irr Mr and Mrs. F. G. Kinney from lurdwlek spent lat Sunday In town. Mrs Lydia Blown from Peachum Is visit lng friends In town. The serial at J. T. Trie's last Thursdny night was a doMe success In every particular, tho lirc-cedi being (!.50. DERBY. . -.i.-.i ir. a i'. ovi uini inn wi-un n iiii-i- '1',y 0VrnU Ha ln "" "?.' at noon that day, but Mistalueel a shen k liooill llireej u umeie uini uiit-iiiuuii unit 111. u at ten o'clock. Mr. Hates was a prominent lawyer and a natlVo of Derby. Ho was laiso a niejinercii i.ie-ui.-ejiiv, ii. v. nine now ot tho Philippines, Funeral scrvlcea t!wero held at the house Friday afternoon, tho lato Deiuoii N. S. Henhani, ono sou and an invalid ilauiditer who buvo tho sym pathy of the community In their great lo.s. The aged mother of Stephen Davis dbd last Sunday morning. She was 95 years nnd in elays old. Funeral services we ro bedel at homo Tuesday forenoon, The In terment was ln Holland, There Is finite a smalt pox scuro In this vicinity. 8o.no of ,,,, J,CI,U ,1 . 11,,(,,-1, 1. C, JW.lt, .b West Charleston week before last. A sou of Lemuel Foster of Charleston wns also present and the next day came down with what Is called a llcht caso of varioloid Those exposed nro all quarantined at pres. cnt. Elmer Nye has bo far recovered as to ho able to return home with his mother. Thomas Ewon Is very sick from tho ef fect of a shock and irrave fears aio en tertained that ho will not recover. Derby Academy opened Its spring term last week nii'siiay with u very gooel atteneinuce Warren flootlvvln'H house. In the' north part of tho town, waa dcatroytd by llro laiitcumbeut, will not be a candidate for ic-jln week Thiirnilny night. Mont of tho furtil- ture nnd gooeis en tho lower lloor wero paved, M. A. Adams Is moving this, week Into tho tenement over Lurlen Jeniio a ftoro nnd Oscar Abbott Is moving to Mr. Adams h farm. Mrs. (1. 11. Wright, who ),ns bejcn quite sick for two weeks, Is gain- iwitncl stelnlinur nnd i.eo nines nt Liion were married, i ucseiuy, Felirnnrv 18. About eighty of the town's people gave. consideration $l,S0O; possession glvon April 1st. The W. It. C. met with the president, Mrs. K. U. oilman last Saturday. Miss "'" niannan mis, uninnii nci r.Ln.m. ... Coyertry and Is visiting friends In Deru and vicinity. ORANGE COUNTY RANDOLPH The report circulated Thursday morning that some of tho buildings on tho HarrU llnlmnn l'aim wero burned was false. Tho candidates for carrier on tho pro- In the lnt Near this town mnde JIM on the lleiuor business ami the town debt Is only Sm, Hie lowest It ever was. The tax aihibcd by tho auditors Is to cents on tho (lunar. Mrs. Ellen Young was quite badly hurt Inst week, bv hnlng a wood pllo fall over on to hor. Wllllam Tobey, who got drunk last week and whose fines nnd costa amounted to about JX. which he was unable to pay, was taken to Rutland Saturday. At the Grange meeting last Saturday night Arthur E. Wilson had charge of tin i,...ti,rm-'a nmni-imnir whleli , nnltei of a paper on Washington and Longfellow, tho "Grange Echo." music by Randolph J quartette and solos by Miss Josephine Hndi.ec. nn,l Mr.. F. I., llnsn. nu s mv I'.K.t ra I nirir mum renien iii'i n. linn iiit-k. tuiie. iieiurm uu pv. ( .11 1 ni'i inu IJ11IU - . i t.. ix it t...l v. . . " ...i iiiiii i i r. r, !! Oiiiiuuiii it niui'iirii rrnVii n tintrintln nntifntn in l MP Rpmilllirv i fM, -r f.in.....) Tv posed rural mall delivery route aro Will- attendance nt tho farmers' meeting held at "n " " T'iV,' . rcople attended the dance lust rr any nn- A lam Hand. John DitHols, I. C. Woodwind, tho town hall Thursday under tno nii-pics -""Rented with two elcrant '"V . u, 7" ' . V u v J 4 F.lmer Montgomery, A. It. Adams and of the State Hoard nt Agriculture by tho w Presented with two eietani tC, ( moving to the hast J Fred Craln. Invitation of tho local Clrange. Tho ad- cp, f'T,nlfnrmrf, r,.nk Knich nf Pvlh. vl,IaK0 ,nt0 M' lllarel's housc.-l- teh The Co'o'perat.ve Creamery paid Wir. f welcome was given by F. C. i.lt. lnih nLnli "AMowI Ji?2 5 ff for butter fat for January nnd the Brig- tle followed by ueorso Aitmn anu i-,rnesL -- - ---, "V., -tn, P, gmlth- llrt "nl '.mB 01 ,t nam Cte.imery paid W.Slc. for butter, less Hitchcock, members of tho bo-M-d. who r 'V second Tleuten n ,,n'' '? now movlnff,n! fT ELZ r, ,iinn- Ktmkn nn "fnrn" and "Farm Harns." re- 'T'".. "P.1.. ' rft"l .Btc ... was thrown from his sleigh Inst Thursday it,..-.- .-in.-. .... ......... i. ii. tin inrci: reeorcier. ci. ii. AUKer: I.cb, the nine venrs' old son of Mr. and lug of the series will be. held Friday even Mrs. Peter Rockwell, dkd Sunday mom- ins at which time the Rev. Elite K. M. lug of tpllcptic lits. lie had been In poor Jones of Harre will preach. Mrs. Hcrt health for some little tlmo and suffered Johnson, neo Green, of Uulllngford a great deal. is spending a fe w days at George . Frank liobart Is 111 with the grip. l.ynde's.-MIss Clio J. Tnrbell of Hrook- Tlure wnh another accident on the Cen- Held lins been engaged to teach tho mtcr tral Vol menu railroad Saturday. A freight mediate room at the Quarry school tlio train due here about noon broke a shaft coming spring term. In the month of rcu ii p at the gravel pit and tho shaft In runry Alden Hasi and his company pre tjrnlng aroun.l punctured the boiler, scnted "Peaceful Valley in tho principal allowing all the steam to escape nnd of titles of Wisconsin. The press and pco course, disabling the motive power of tho pie are a unit In giving him high praise, e ngine. There is quite a grade from tho AVc aro glad to nolo the success of our jrnvel nit in the villnc ami further trnu. townsman and hope to see him in the hi0 was matted onlv bv tho quick action of the engineer and fireman, who left tlulr enclne and set the hand brakes on tho ears. The train was stopped at tho Hoyt crossing ami no damage was done nsldo fiom that done to the engine. Justin llolman Is taking down tho build ings which he bought on tho Adairs premises. I. yun Young is troubled qulto badly with rheumatism. Perkins Flint had a sinking spell yester day and Is still very low. Ills sister I.ella of Hoston, arrived Tuesday. Mrs. Frank Ash. formerly of this place, who went last fall to llvo with her sister nt Wllmont Flats, N. H., died there Tues day. The cause of her death was a can cer. II. D. Chad wick has gone to Montpcdler nnd Hnrre on a few days' business trip. The ladles of the Methodist Church will give a sociable from f to 10 o'clock Fri day evening nt the parsonage. Dr. Frnnrls Eaton, wns called to Harro yesterday nn account of the serious Illness ol bis mother. ..n.-. j.jiih .ny . eiunii.iiiu u m-i uku ier .iary ui nuningion yesieruuy aim uio RANDOLPH CENTER. SK' Mrs. C. E. Logan Is away visiting. Sim lricr.d, Mrs. Beecher, from there goes U Springfield, Mass. Her sister, Mrs. E. T. l.lllle is keeping house for her. I larrls llolman has finished work for Charles llol man und hos been at C. E. Logan's for a few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Pnlgo pent a few days In Cabot last week with Mr. Paiges mother, and other relatives -Guv Seymnre has returned to Randolph from Brattleboro. Wallace Hill 13 to work for Canui White this summer, Arthur for A. L. Mo'rse. Ed' Edwur.1 Comstoc k for Lamb. -The Misses. Juelels from South io.,.i. ..ifir... ,-i...... iKi...-.t. ,1... n.ui- of the wcek'.-Tho' yminctst .laughter of Mr. and .Mis. II. D. Tracy, has been qu tWk with bronchitis, BR00KFIELD. Edward Martin Is fitting up tho old storo nl Pond Village preparatory to putting In a line of groceries, etc. George Crane H pulling In a gcsoleno enpino In connection With the water power. The Icwu report-l me distributed and show nn Indehteilins.- of $4fi) with an Increased tax of a cents on the- cranel list Quite a few fiom town ut tet ded tho farmer's n eetlng at Wllllams town Thursday BRAINTREE, Mm. AVhrcler nnd little grandson, who have In en living 111 tho Banister houso In IVth, havu moved to William Banister's home lo remain for the present. Jako Flint, who has been boarding with Mrs. Win cier in Petit, has gone lo Massa- chusetts to live with his son. Jenkins nnt- u.i ihik nan uu uu.-.,-tr i i-uim .-u from his side, has so far recovered as to be able, to lido out. Deacon Daniel Flint, who has been 111 with pneumonia for somo 1lllll. b.l.S S.O mlll-ll I Ml 111 OCl'll IIS to 111 llble to be out of doors again. Thero was a literary entertainment lit the East Drain treo church Wednesday evening, The pro ceeds are to be used to llciuidnte tho base ment fund. The teachers from out of town who are at homo for their vacation aro Prof. Guy Spear of Groton and Annlu Woodward nf Falrlee. Tho news of tho death of Mrs Charles Severance, neo Cady, was received with sorrow by her former ft lends In this vicinity. Mio waH stricken with pneumonia and after un 111- ness ot five days succumbed to tho disease. She Is hurvlveel by a husbanil and eight chlldi i'ii to mourn her loss. Jlr. and Mrs. Rourn of Rochester stopped In town on their way home from Jamaica uftor at tending the funeral of Mrs. Bourn's sister, Mrs, Charles Severance, to seo her sister, Mrs. Colla Archer, who Is rpilto poorly, The old friends ami neighbors of Bert Fisher nnel wife gave them a house warm- lng Wednesday evening nf last week at their new residence. A pleasant tlmo was enjoyed. , Brown of Brookllelel Imh on gaged to work for Earl Powers this, sou sou and began work Monday. Tim Grangeis dedleated their new hall Frlduy evening. Thero were 150 Grangers and In vited friends present. After partaking of n bountiful repast toasts were olfcreel by State Master Bell, tho Hon, V. I. Spenr Vail. Morse ami Emery of Randolph, George Smith of Brooklhld, Gcorgo Kiln, Flagg, Howard and Williams of this town ' ..1.1. ... ...1 I I .....I , , " ! drew at a late hour. w ill r letcner nn purchased the Charles riumner inrm nnei is hj iiiuo noun iiuiu inu uiviie .i uiiiimiuu inrm in iircioKUCiu, ucuuiu i-sounuji, wuu , has carried on tho Charles Sumner farm, has moved to tho Howard farm owned by V. I, Spenr of Randolph. NEWBURY C O. Holton. drucclst. John Tllton. Jeweller, A. L, Farmer, grocer, one M, I', Milght. luiiibrr dealer, are candidates for town clerk. A Silsby, the' present In- cleetlon. Tho uncial event nf tlio Benson wrm tho reception given by the Oxbow chapter, 1). A. It's., ut the spacious homo nt Madam Wheeler, the regent. .Music was furnished by Wlldcr'n orchestra of Jlontpeller. AtnotiB tho out-of-town guests were Major H tl. unci Mrs. Leo, Jeroin Haverhill, Mrs. C. II. and Miss Doming ot ..nti .... Gale of Falrlcc. On .Iln lileht of Fehrnnrv 22 tho vlllarro school ncros3 th0 river at Haverhill Corner which i,urned seven bulldlngm, destroyed ono well unowii undent Inndmnrk, viz. tho old lav- crl, stnna wl,icM tmu V)ccn m constant use for m.nriy a century.-Prof. Lambert ot Dartmouth college win supply me won- gregntlnnal Church hero until April 1st when the Ilov. W. C. Prcntlsj who hiirt been called to tho pastorato will ta':o charge of tho work. WILLIAMSTOWN. Nellie Daly, who has been with hrr grandparents In Sharon mosl of the lime for tho past jear, Is at nonio lor visit of about two weeks. There was a large cpcrtlvcly. Dinner was inrnisueei oy utn firange to nil who attended, numbeilng about ISO. At the afternoon session John (iould ot Ohio spoke on "Dairy Types" and '"'as listened to with close attention. Mr. Aitkin spoko briefly on "Potato Culture.'' At the evening session D. H. Morso ot Randolph spoko cm "Tho Grass Crop," glv- lug tho results of his experience) on his own farm. John Gould gave Ihu final word In an address on "The four factors that will do most to better conditions In rural communities." Music, for the eb.y , f salons was furnlshecl by the Crango e noir ami m the evening Ralnh JJcnticu. ngeci i.i e.irs, sang, "My Old Now Hampshire! Home." sang,-.iy uo.w "'"'T" " . J. Edward aright or ll''JP:"!" i cm- i.unwii s.-i uu ; " -' Church Friday evening. 'I ho second men - Statu before tho season closes. CHELSEA. The record of vital statistics kept by the town clerl; show that 20 wero bo-n, Si died and L".' people were married in Chelsea during the past year. W. P. Townsend and wifo recently visited his t-lstter anil brother In Harro and anoth. r sister In Wllllamstown. A. II. Powers and his wife went to Plalntlelel a weeit sine-, returning on the following Monduy. Mr. Charles I. Hood of Lowell, Mass., has sent to the executive committee 500 copb'S of nn elegant pamphlet commemorative of the exercises of "Old Home Week" In Chelsea. It was prepared at a cost oi $100 and the only recompense Mr. Ibeit nks Is that the pamphlet may be sold and the receipts applied toward some future celebration. Ferris Ii Hood, who was lust week confined to his house; with a quinsy sore. Is now ut his store again -A chicken pie supper was recently served at tho Congregational vestry by the men of the Congregational Church, me proceeds amounting to $30. The many friends ot Mr. nnd Mrs. Mnrcellus Allen recently cecratt.,i the 23th anniversary of his birth with a s-ocial dance at Densmore h hall.-Curtls S. Emery has bought tho former Stephen Vincent place which ho will either sell or rent. Among tho sad dest of rerent deaths was that of Hyde Robblns, aged 2:: years, one ot the most promising young men In town. He hud been stel; for nearly a year as a result ot the grip which attacked him last winter. BRADFORD. M, forenc. Moore has Anther M-hi.ol at East Cor nth ami is at ncr noiiit Mrs. C. S. Roben-tucn of Peiiacook and Miss Nelllo Ilarwood of Concord, N. II., have been guests at Ellis McDuffee's this vicek. Frank Harris of Savannah, Ga., ar rived here Tuesday to si end i cve'ral week nt his home. Mr. and Mrs. Adelbert Ken nedy left Tuesday fi r Wexit Somervllle, Muss,, where they will visit their daugh ter, Mrs. W. II. Banfle. foi some time. Mrs. E. G. Osgood of Bellows VnU is at ' 1,omo f hfr I'arent ex -Gov. and Mr Frdlx T. Smith, Roswell l'arnham. Mrs, Jr., was cu4iea ic naiiiuii-Ky, eiiuu, .uoiieiuv illnos-K of l er mothir.-Mrs. Mmy RUTLAND COUNTY BRANDON. CIvirlAii C. tl'lii.lnn. n,,,l htlrle nrrlv.it n'tdwn' Friday from Boston for a short I vlblt with his family before going to their home In Brooklyn. A son was born to Mr. nnd Mrs. James Hnnis Thursday. Miss Isabel Whltloek of Wntertown, Mass., Is visiting her parents. Rev. E. M. Bartlett and wife hnvo been spending a few days In Holyoke, Mass. Mr. Bartlett has returned Bert Jierrlii has neen in .New lorn ror a few days. Will Welch has purchased Joo Liberty's house for f."'K). Dr. E. A. Smith Is better and Is mnklng preparations to go South, thinking a warmer climate will Improve, his health, W. D. Nutting met with a painful uccl- lng tho necessary funds, dent In his storo Monday forenoon, tut- Lccnard Persons, fQ years old, died at ting ono hand qulto badly. two o'clock Mcndny afternoon. On Wed- A. M- Hutchinson wilt move his family nesday last ho had a stroke of apoplexy, to Danby In tho nenr future. Mr. Hutch- Ho was one. of the best known and oldest InFon has been a blacksmith In II. D. residents of tho town. Ho leaves a wife. Hrlggs's shop for several yeats. five daughters, and one son. The funeral Mrs. Eugene Thomas of Plttsford has will bo held from the linui.o Thursday nf purchoFed of I. H. Service tho houso oe- ternoon at 2 o'clock. Tho Rev. E. W. etipicd by Mr. Whltlock's family and will Shaipo will tfllclnte. Tho body will bo occupy It after April 1. placed In Klmwood tomb and In the spring1 Mr Sehoff of tho Brandon Inn Is ablo lie Interred In the Aldrlck cemetery. Mr. to sit up nfter an attack of the grip. Howell Martin nnd wife of Rutlnnel nro moving Into Mrs. Hannah Gooilnough's house. Mrs. Jnmes Harris of Pearl street Is ln u serious condition, BENSON. The drama, ling drill and farco which was held nt tho town hall last Saturday night called out a full houso and win miieli enioved. Amontr thoso who did their r, with credit wnro Mm. I. K. Wilcox. .irKa Pratt. Stella Brown. Bvn Chimman and W, B. Strong. A dialogue by Lisllo Helclen anil Morrill Glbbs was well ren dered, tho proceeds being ISO. Miss Daisy Poter, who taught the village school, went to her home In New Haven on TuenUy Horacr II. King has bought the Michael Elwort lot north of this plncn for $4W. Mm will erect a in w houso on It and re sldu there'. Mrs, O. II. Drown und Mrs. M, E. Wilcox went lo Rutland to attend Iho fun neral of Mrs. Patrick ni.nuhtie. Jim ph tFcom left for North Dakota hist Tiles- v.Cant. TbomiiH. n veteran of the HaFcom ,1,, p..n War. gave t ' a ninglca and slelKht of co at the town hall on of this week. hnn,i performance 'pucsday cvcnlnrT F0RESTDALE. Klmnr Portlow returned from New York city last Friday. Miss Mnry Pmnlley Is spending a week with friends In Middle- bury, Verrenrcs nnel Durllnpton. -Mri Daniel Rlodgstt Is vlsltlnif her dnuirbter ln ArlliiKton. Mrs. Charles 1'tng of Lyme, N 11 is vlHlllnjr her hon, George.-Mr. nnd Mrs. G. H. Churchill are vlsltlinr telntlvcH Rutland, Tho Rev. ui,d Mrs. Clmiien Cnhce nf Rondsboro Hpcnt Sunday nl Ilia Rev. C. 15. IIIII'h. A very pleasant rur- prise party was Riven Frank Whltcmorn ut Ills Home last Friday evening. lidward Freilotte has gone to Kctne, N. II., where no nana position. Mrs. Mary Frenetic uns moveyl to llortonvllle. Mrs. C. K. Hill re- llrst time since Ills ncciuent.'-ucorge Sar liirncd Thursday from Springfield, Mass. pent of Oram Hie was In town Monday, Hon of rrown Point, Is. Y,, la via- friends here. WASHINGTON COUNTY p, c. Goss, local agent for tho grnnlto nrm ot Townsend & Townsend of New yorit cty jias )P,n obliged to temporarily. Blve ,, hl!, po.uion owing to Illness nnd Vi j, iow,d of New York city, a mem-, .r of tho Ilrm, will manage the local ofneo for ft ?hort time. .rho nmiltors of Harro town nro now nt ...ork auditing the town accounts for the past yeur. It Is said that the forthcoming report wilt show that tho schools of tho town will cost JjOoo more money than was appropriated the past year. The fifth anniversary of the wedding of Mr. nnd Mrs. George Lee wns fittingly celebrated Thursday night when a lartro treasurer, H. A. Kano; first sergeant, K. W. Nichols: second sergeant, F. E. Kobln son. chaplain. II. A. Holt. The officers were Installed by Lleut.-Col N. J. Roberts or this city. .... . . The 'I RARRI-. i i hi ....Ml.H f f.lt. .1 ..M..mkln.l n l.r.l ..nl. -"' . . . ch1 Sharpeners Imlon has e eeteci pnrnIy,ls Iln(1 ,s vorj. iow.-C,eorgo New owing officers: President. Cluu-les (on bollp,lt ft flne p(llr ot work horss the foil Mudgett; corresponding secretary, UHam Hurry, tlnanclul secretary, M. K. Bassett; troasurer, James Smith. J1:": !!?i.l!,'.rtj::".&,o"J of th , ,.lh conooerlrc the noweis o K0VCrnmcnt nml U(,nK th(.m for thl, pur. P'.sa of transforming the present M'stcm of cnnltalUtlc i, reduction Into collective collectlvo ownership by the entire people; the aboil- Hon cf classes, the wago system and a! fttm8 of 9xplo'1Ultl(,n... fc nloltntlein." William Urdway, a former stono cutter, carpenter or .Minciiesex visited nor parents Homo at Eurllngton this week, died Tuesday morning at tho home of hero last week. Walter Plerco of Boston his sister, Mrs. F. II. Hopkins, on Wash- called on his brother-in-law. Curtis Guy- WAITSFIELD. lngton street. The cause of death waa con- ottc, Saturday. Samuel Llttlo and wifo sumption with which ho had been a suf- from East Warren visited his sister, Mrs. l rank J. Greene Is at homo from Han ferer for saveral years. He was 12 years Roy Atkins, Saturday.-Mr. and Mrs. Jed over, N. II.. for a few days vUlt.-James sf age and unmarried. Tho funeral will be Hnsklns called on his brother. Uurnlo R. Dale, who has be.-n very 111 for some held Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Griffith, Saturday.-Sidney Atkins and wifo time with heart trouble, is a little more Tho city council at Its regular meeting went to W.iltslleld Sunday to visit his comfortable at prcse-m.-Lavvrence Kelt Tuesday night passed resolutions con- brother Frank. The ladles' prayer meet- was at honio from Montpeller seminary demnliK tho presentlocal Central Vermont Ing this, week Friday will meet with Mrs. over Saturday and Sunday. M. J. w nler tlmu table, which has been running for Samuel Som:rville.-Tho Good Templars of man Is to sell 12 cows and a laige amount only three days. An order was received Muplo Ixidgo luul an anniversary supper or other p?rsonal property ut auction at yesterday from General Manager E. II. at -Mr. Tomllnson's house Saturday night, his homp on Saturday, March 1. commenc Fitzhugh changing the schedule so that -Tho Rev. G. A. Emery was called to ing at 10 a, m.-A. largo amount of Ice of now It is somewhat more convenient for West Hurku Monday to preach a funeral a tine quality Is being harvested hero this Harro patrons. sermon.-MIss Jennlo Johnson of Middle- J-'--"- , expected that Grand -Master Miss Nellie Chapman, daughter ot Mrs. sex Is visiting Miss Florence Haylett this S. I . alto of Hyde Park : will Islt the Ret nice Chapman of liist Hnrre. was mil- wetk.-IIarry Huckloy had another shock local Odd I- ellows lodge on Saturday even ted In marriage yesterday to Wilbur Hos Saturday nlght.-Tho Dorcas Union met lng. March l.-O. M. Eaton has moved iner of Wakefield, Mass., at the home of with Mrs. E. G. Atkins Wednesday.-Her- printing office and picture framing works H. F. Davis at East liarre. The Rev. E bert Gllllgran moved Tuesday to H. Ward's, from Palmers block into the rooms foi i.. ii .i .H..I...I.,.. v.i.n,.i nn,. r uv,ri,.r win move lii merly occupied by him under the u. A. 1.. clergyman Mr. and Mrs. Hosmer left at once on a wedding trip to Now York, after which they will reside at Wakefield, Ma-s. IVIONTPELIir.R- Frank A. Sherburno has purchased of the estate ot Thomas W. Marvin the In terest of his late partner In the grocery business of Marvin & Sherburne and the business Is to be cnrtleil on under the nine flrm name as heretofore. Lieut. C. E. Whe.itley of this city has been assigned tor duty ns second lieuten ant in the coast nrtillery. Mrs. Amos Chaso died at her home in We-st Berlin Wednesday afternoon, aged VI years. The funeral was helel Friday. Wurl has let n received here of the mar riage hist Wednesday at Washington. 1). C, t f Dexter W. Temple, of the firm of Temple, McCuen Co, dry goods dealer.-, end Mn. Aline E. Walker, who has been cnMiIor In the stme fcr thrie ycrs cr le n.-cr. The marriage Kok place at tho resldenro of M C. l locker, the brldo's un cle . and Mr. and Mrs. Temple nre now sfe adlrig their honeymocn In Florida. The orj.in In Christ Church Is being taken out and will bo replace! by a no.v orivn which is oxpectcd to lurlvo this v.ce-k from Hoston. During tho installa tion of the organ the c hurch will be closed tw,,,,Ma niol oil services wil, be held In tho oarltih house. The membeis of Mnrquls do Lafayette eh.ij ter, Daughters of the American Rev olution and Invited guests gathered at tho home of Mrs. Ellen D. Hopkins Saturday and passe-el a plearant evening In observ int; the memory of George Washington. Tho next mojtlng v. Ill be held March 17th the anniversary cf the evacuation of Bos ton. L. II. Pollard Is suffering from bad burns received at Coltou's foundry while pour ing molten brass. The metal spattered In hln fnce and a numher of sparks enter d his eyes. D llarkness removed several pieces from tha left eye. His eye sight will not be Impaired. 1 Tho third fire within ns many days no- currrd at four o'clock yesterday afternoon in tho William Hunt house on Main street. Tho blazo was confined to the attic whero many old clothes and rubbish were stored, nnd wns put out without much loss. The lire is believed to have been caused by thu ClllmilPy. T''e mnrrlag,, engagement has been an- nounccd of 4lln t i Ittil Will .t-crvtll n, contralto at Bethany Church, and Ralph W . Dewoy of South Frnmlngham, Muss. N0RTHFIELD. A son wns liorn to Mr. and Mrs. James Cemo Fildny evening. Mrs. Leonard Persons anddaughter Anno who have both been eiulto seiiouslv 111 with tho grip ares better and able to nit up a portion of each day. Mrs. Irving Cady re- mains critically 111, The high school boys aro beginning to make nlans for tho coming base ball sea- Hon and contemplate giving an entertaln- menl In the near future to assist In rals l-'ert-rns was a stono mason by trade. Ho sentd In tho Civil War and wns a mem- her c f William H. Boynton Post, G. A. R , tho members of which will probably at- tend the funsral In a body. Mr. and Mrs. George Plngreo of Hos Inn nre guestn nt tho homo of Mrs. Mnry i'lngree, Dr. IS. Porter exnects to leave In a fow .Inv nr nttfrnln. where hn will xd.lt relatives for a few weeks. The' Interior of the Savings bank Is to bo nulto extensively rumodelod und re- nnlrn,! 'rim wnrtr nt mmnvlnir thn old net- tliiK nnd mornlnir. llxttires was begun yesterday w -....r, EAST R0XBURY. . Mrs. I.uther Illanchard, who has wn III with pneumonia. Is ronvnlescent. Jlr. K. Fuller from W'altHlleld was In town last week, John Verge Is moving to tho Abbott farm which ho will occupy thib year, Henry Luco has taken John MudBctt'B farm nnd will move there atiout Marcli t. George West will move to hU place in West Hrooklleld.-lltmri Boyce, - . .... . . . . ... , who has been visiunir riienas in this piuce, returned to his home In St. Paul. Minn., 'rf'R lV1,, from BrooUfleld were guests of Kdlth Ruti with nar father last week. , ROXBURY, Miss 1.111a Hubbard of tho Randolph Nor mal school apent Sunday at N. D. Rice's. Mlas Muv Kills snent Sunday ln Water- bury with Mrs. Chester Turnerr I.ulu Dut- ton Is In llarton, H. G. Kills lost a vnlu- able hoiso last woelc News vinn received hero Saturday of tho death of Mrs, WIl - son Averllt nf Warren who has many rein-' tlves nnd friends here Miss Mny Ilrlggs of llarro spent Saturday and Sunday at (I, A. Roy's.-Chnrles Wiley, who has been laid up nil winter with a broken hip, was nolo to ride to tno village inst wcekror the milking arrangements for n minstrel show which will bo clven horo this week Friday ee'enlue. l.Vnnlf llleli Is the lultinv fntlier of h big boy. Mr. nnd Mrs. D. Ii. Nichols' spent Sunday In Urookfleld, Mrs. Mnr-i gnrct Grant was called to Hollows Falls last week by Iho Illness of her daughter, Mrs. Patrick Carney. Leo and Mcrrltt Wiley were called from Massachusetts Saturday by tho death of their sister, Mrs. fmndny mornhv?. Kdrvard Burnham has purchased a milk and crcom stntlon In Harro and a produco market In connec- Hon. w. A. JJlgeiow lias movca to uarre. rCT immTnci ICD FAT MflNTPFI IFR tAbl MUNr-tUtri. cnrlnB for hpr f(lther and hpr mothur who' . ,,, ,,,., ,,, m, w i ni,.i.i In turning out for thn road roller and bin head struck against the roller, causing in sensibility for n tlmo and a bad bruise. .1. O. Hnss cf Minneapolis, Minn., who ' J ' portlon of Inst sumrnfr with rela tlvrs here, hn.s rex-entlv been stricken with ,,,, IL, ,,, ,. ,Mu .... i. Pt(v.,,j ot rentnR i iyioretown. Mr. Graham from Montrller was In town Frlday.-Jerold Taylor has been sick with tho chicken pox. Tho Haylctt boys came homo lrom aiontpciier inaay nigm. came homo from -Percy Davis went to Hoston last week.- Mrs. Spauldlng la D. Freeman for a stopping wlUi Mrs. p. O. Freeman for a while. Mrs. Nathaniel where they have moved out. In tho upper tenement of Ii. o. words nouse -n. ii. Grlttlth moved Mrs. Llnnell back to town 't, ,., " w buuin vvuuuDunii Albert Haskell has returned from St Jchnsbury, where he visited the piet week. Nelscn Kenlston has ensaged to worK for Henry Halley. Elmer pabln is leeov erlr.g from nn attack of measles. Ells worth TvbbottH visited Herman Slavton hi Montpeller the first of the week. .Mar tin Wheeler died at the home of his son. CJtls, last Monday. Tho funeral was h"ld Wednesday at Memorial Hall, North North Calais, lift w.m a veteran of the Civil W'ur, a menbor of the G. A. H. and was buried by that cider, WATERBUPY. Miss Kate O'Brien of North Duxbuiy passed away on Monday at the home of (!. J. Marlon, where she luul been board ing. She had been suffering from perit onitis about two weeks. Miss O'Hrlen wu-4 IT years of age tind had a large circle ot ti-lemls htith In North Dnxhurv and Wu- terbury. She Is survived by Mr. and Mrs. Michael O Hrlen. her parents, nml on.' ..ni,- o,. n 'oi,.. fVni unn-icpi was held nt St. Andrew's Church Wednes day niornl ding of Harro Is spending this week with I WMI'fp W 11 cfc her sister, Mrs. Austin Templcton. Mr. T Tf 1IIIC Tompiotnn neing in .uonipencr unucr uic . ,i enre ot a tihvsieinn.-A number of towns- A three days at the most tig 'at 10:30 and her remains hy Claremont and Newport and opiosed by e iixbury cemetery for burial. Windsor and Bellows Falls. As a two thirds vote was neiennary tho motion was taken to the WORCESTER. Mis. Hinnnh Richardson has returned to Northtleld r fter a week's stay In town. J. R. Wilson of Rj.rre wns In town over Sunday. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mnsay last Sunday, ulso a ron to Mr. anil Vrs. Fred Hovey. -Mrs. M. P. Kent lioke her left nrm one day last week. Mr. nnd Mrs. L. L Kent of Montpeller weio at M. P. Kent's rn ;Jun day. Mrs. Wairen Klily Ih slowly In-prov lug after her recent illness. Mrs. Mattlo Malhon or Jiontpeller was In town p.i-t of last week.- Ile-imon Curr of Harre was Eront street, Rev. Albert Hammntt nffi. In town on Sunday. elated and only iclutlvca and a. few friends WATERBURY CENTER. The annual report for the town ot Rock Mrs. K. A. Newcomh visited In Muni, iiiiham is issued. A comparison of the pelter and Harre last week, returning homo Friday Dr. and Mrs. L. A. New- (0n)) of MimtI)0icr were guests of 'their parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Newcomb over Sundxy. A merry party of friends gave Mr. and Mrs. Jomexs Thurston a sur- pilho visit Saturda evening und re- minded them that It wns their 30th wed- ding anniversary. Small gifts of lemem- bianco wero left and cake and cofteo served. -D. i" Hayes was in .Montpeller Monday.-MIss Addle Carleton of Nashua, N. II , was called here lust week by the Hlckness of her nunt, Mrs. Moulton. Mrs. cnivin .Mcuiton niea Tue.suay morning-, uged M) years. - .Mrs. J. G. Smith of White- Held, N, H., same Tuesday to attend the funeral of hl mother, Mrs. Moulton, .which Is to bo held Thursday afternoon, CALAIS, C. T. Pflrco roturnril homo from Boston Friday evening, Mr. nnd Mrs. F. A. Dwlnell nnd son Raymond visited C. R. nnd A. Dwlnell Snttirdny and Sunday. There were 70 coupler at the "old folks" hall Thursday ovenlni?. Miss Sule Mender Is tho new case of measles, thero being about 30 In town. CABOT. Although little Is being said about town meeting for next Tuesdny, yet rumor of riiiuur ui unmn pli.na nrA Vienrd The Oritir nf PiTerii Star ei I.astern titar entertaJnoa oiucers ot ti n Grand I.o.lgo last Friday evenln ut lt regular tflmmunlcatlon. Refreshments wore serveel.-Tho lyceum, tho lat of the season, at lwcr Cabot was very well at- tended und enthusiastically applauded. The uucstlon, Rtsolvcd. ttuit WushliiKtou wns a greater statesman than Lincoln. qmmi ihnn i tiieciin nftirmntl!r I, , St ulva bv South Cabot wue oy south Laiiot t decision eravo the re- was handled on the school nnd the iiejratlv Hthool, The board of i suit nf tho debnto In favor of the alflriiia- - -- ---. --. . . . tlvo. The townspeople we.ro sadly shocked I ,on riunuay nriomoou when they lenrneir of tho death of Mm. Luoy norland Lang, ...if.. ...iiii...n l T rei. .....r. iiie- in ..iiiiftiii Ut miuih. xttv tuui'm wviu married February 6th last and are well v. ,.....i t r.iiw,,it iiiiu ii.Oicvk'Ii Mann wns tho daughter ot Mr. und Mrs. Oeorgo llorlund of W'alilon nnd was 'i9 yoara of age, Mrs. Lang had been sick only ubout a week with typhoid fever and haa pre viously been tjulte healthy and ruggd. .... ', .,, , ' " " " j'"'" V '"ilL .'rr. inity wouia extena 10 air. epekt and most sincere sym WUlll V. 1111' lUIItTI U.1 IUUIV UltU,a III lite WUI pathy. The funeral took place in the Con -'.... .. church Tuesdai- nt 1 D. m. f "Jn'Kton went to BrllnRton Tu.V. 'a-'to reU."n WZl ot iT.lZ-luL n number of the Good Templars visited Marahfleld lodge Tuetcuay evenloK. Mlaa Flora J. Atkins U at heme on account ot the lckne of her stater Luna. Mrs. O. R. Collin presided quit acceptably at the organ In the Conre(fntlon(il Church last Hunduy, In the absenco of Mr. Wells. MUa Luna Atkins, who has been suffering from pneumonia (or tho Inst week, Is very low ,nt this writing (Monday afternoon.) a, C. lHmlth went to Strafford Saturday to see A XFS. VV. MfiAUSLAN COM 4 invnrvm ill ma hi Carpet I uep i. pets at J5c t f A line of the best 65c and 70c all wool extra I super Ingrain Carpets. Special, per yard IAaictc Our magnificent line of Silk, Albatross, and Nov- W a ISIS eity Waists is attracting an unusually deep inter- I est and we are seilinp; them very fast. We should be pleased to I have you look them over and know that you would be pleased A alio, X We will invite ever brought to Burlington. Sale of Undermuslins SIi.'folt Muslin Underwear, are yet complete. A few lines rVaxrrkti Prfffaifc VrcdVUII rUrildlLS receives a coupon entitling them to a life size crayon portrait un- mounted. There is no compulsion to buy frames but if you wish one you will find a fine variety at lowest prices. f THE J. W. ricAUSLAN CO. C. H.WILTSIE, Manager. f ahout tho sale of his real estate In that racc.-Thrca of the children of Mrs. A nett iiocprs aro to bo taken to tho Chlldi ren s lml 1 Hertha, Joslln is at home from "" "'"-' i-. - - b "1u""""'""V ',,',," Valley Grange. No. 294, were Installed by D. D. II. F. 11111 of Waterbury Centre on Wednesday evening of last week as fol lows: Master, E. R. Prentls; overseer. V. c. Kelsuy: lecturer, Mrs. F. A. Bragg: sce- retary. D. H. Skinner: treasurer, Mrs. C A. Prentls; chaplain, Mrs. D. H. Skinner; steward. E. II. Jones; assistant steward,, Ii. L. Joslln; lady nsslstant steward, Mrs. H, L. Joslln; Pomona, Mrs. W. C. Kelsey; Ceris, Mrs. George M. Jones; Flora, Mrs. Charles McCarty: gate keeper, Fred Parker. . WINDHAM COUNTY. BELLOWS FALLS. The . i ,i i ' i 1 1 tin etlng of tho C'onni-ftlent Valley IntiT.-cholastlc Athletic; association. ue iu icc. iiuy in e uu fiiimu, ua im . moninus one. The schools Inc luded In th- organization nro: Clanmont, Newport, Windsor and Bellows Falls. Tho question on wnleh tho association split wns the ad mission Ol nirilliilliei wine-n nas inn'im lost wheieupon Claremont and Newport withdrew from the old association and with Springfield formed ct new one called the Green Mountain Interscholastlc ast-o-cintlon. After the withdrawal of Clare mont and Newport tlio C V. I. A. A. elect ed their officers: President, Northrop of Bellows Falls; vice-president, McMahon of Windsor; treasurer, Livermore of Hol lows Falls. The spring meet will be held in Windsor May 21. marre'd 'llinrsday evening iit tho home of P. Luc ler nnd Miss Daisy Day were he bride's mother. Mrs. O, A. Day, at P-ist year with l!Wl shows an incroaso in. expindltures, the treasurer's report givmgi the liabilities of last year J137.575.S1. agalnstl Jl&.GuS.M Hi IJeO. The pumio scnoois cose the town f33.2S3.-tO in 1901 and $22,541.67 in 1900. Last year tho town lleiuor agency Bold J7.11S.SS worth of Ucjuor while the sales for 1900 amounted to Ji.,J0l with a uencit oi 39 cents to the town In Its liquor business This year thn profit to the town wns Jb9.0, Mrs. Laura YSoeks, ageel ,t,, uiea i iiurs- day of heart failure at tho homo of her daughter, Mrs. E. L. Shedd. Iho funeral was held Snturday at the house, the Key. luere amiiinm i" i'. "- was twice married, her last husband dying 17 years ago. Since then she has mode her home with Mrs. Shedd. She, also leaves a .son Jonn layior, oi . mi, uu, WINDSOR COUNTY. ROCHESTER. The sad news has been received by friends hnre of the death of Charles Syl-! vester In Harvard, 111. Jchn Nichols has, returned from Massachusetts Carl Mar- tin was ln Brandon last Saturday. Oeorgo . Green has been In town a few dayE. Grace . i.i LiRlllIl ao 11 lliilil- ue-i iv..t. ..ww. ... rwe" nn'1 Is llt l0mP for a whllc.-Tho .. . Jt fl Mrs. Wcs- H"lmf,'i,.ftv Th ,Iodf!iv"" rJ.KrhnTr,lu Mineral of Mrs. ,Oc0rKr-Mch?'s ''e'a, Pun'lay at her late home, tho Rev. Mr.i Ik. oliuciatlng. ino ue. cnari-.a ; T ' iTJ " " Jinanam is iiuru visuiiig nifi BiMiiuiiiuiiui. -Thp I-adles" Aid of the I'nlve-rsallst so- C'V wl Bve M nuiM'a sociable nt veslrv no.t Tuesdr.. v 11,0 '"try next luesuv. TinBnam is nr yiui .K Kimm.w..-.. , enllTII nxv 1 I mil I n nil T HI 11 V. WWW It. ,,w.,.m Mr. and Mrs. Govo aro guests of her par - ents, Mr. and Mrs. Klbbee. Miss Jessie DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS AND CLASS. We would respectfully call the attention of all parties intending to build, or make repairs, to our large stock of the above goods. All regular sizes carried for immediate ship ment. House Finish, and odd work of every desctripion, furnished to order, upon short notice. Small orders receive the same careful attention that we give to large ones. Our prices are low We guaranteeall work. MORGAN Pioneer Shops. c a PANY w III Wll 1g IS Business in our Carpet Depart ment has been unusually lively for this time of year, and now to clean up odd lots before the season fairly opens we make the following unusual offer: A line of extra heavy Ingrain car- per yard. made. T 45c T ! received two immense cases of White Waists to-day and in two or you to inspect the finest line are broken but the larger part Remember that everyone tradintr to the amount of Si.oo Parker Is .111 with tho grip. Miss Bertha, Cloud Is employed at Frank Tenney's dur ing tho illness of Mrs. Tciiney Joseph, Shlrlock has been confined to the hous during the past two weeks. Mrs. Gale of Hoston is spending a few wcolts with ner daughter, Mrs. W. H. Luckett. Mr. Prats spent Sunday at Charles West's. John It. Durkee has been confined to tho house th past week Miss Pierce of Strafford is ai guot of the MIfscs Frunce3 and Ellen; Pierce. -Bert Fielders moves this week to rooms in the Gnlusha residence. Mrs. Tre d Gallup has returned from Harre and will remain another week with Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Gallop. D. G. Stoughton has rented rooms nf W. II. Martin on Brook lyn side. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Orna haves returned from Hoston. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Galusha attended a grange meeting In Urnlntree last Friday and Saturday. Mrs. Parker visited her d uighter last Saturday and Sunday. Miss Clara Davis Is with her parents for a vacation. Mrs. Will Newton, and son aro spending several weeks in Connecticut. H. I.. Moody has been ap pointed deputy sheriff and was In Wood stock last week. George Dewoy has moved his stock of hardware to tha store for merly occupied by Mrs. Frank Bryant Miss Bertha Soper lias been ill the past week. READING. A very pleasant winter term at Mapla Giovo school closed February 14 in Felch vllle. Much Interest has been shown in the school woik. During the term Mrs. Mary S. Id effered two pilzes one for the mot womrnly girl and cr.e for thu most manly boy In scl.col. On tre last day the prizes, which consisted of tin sil ver spoons, colcrtal style ,ith appropriate ei. graving.?, were awarded by vote of tha pupils to Alice H. Vlttum nnd Ediar .1. Chapman, iejr.ectively. In the ev.-pin'r .i "hist night socia-ble" was h -11 by thu pupils at the school hevfe. Games worn played and refre slitncnts ser-d Dvrlm? the evening .a prettv I h' t' graph al'aim v.is presented by the 'ihoel ti :h r teacher, Mls Ella D. Hawkins, In tiki i of their res ect and cstefm. Fid'owli are the nn-nes of pupils nt Mnple (Jrovo schocl withe tit .in abstnt mnrk eluurv tho winter term: Edgar Chapman, Felna cla, Anna Davis, Dora Davis, Larry Felso.i, Charllo Douglas, Nelllo Douglas. Geurgo Martin, Henry Martin, Rcy Oakes, "'llf ford Pratt. Willie Pratt. Karl Rice, .da Sawyer, Allii Vlttum and Myron Vlttimi. Those absent two days cr less. Marie Am-den, Han-ld Morre, IIollls Ni'Wton, M.iuilci- Nc' ten nnd Hlrdl.5 Shcrwln. Average attendan. 311. Tho Hcv. T. Ros roe of EntleM. N. 11., preached at the I'mversalist rhun h left Sunday nnd tha rom-minlon service was ctscrved Mlss?j M.iudo Kendall and Lena Tewnc cf Caven dish, were in tiiwn on Sur.dny. Ml3 Win nio Sawyer is lmprovlns:. Mrs. O. S. Hdden ha- been visiting In Sprlmrtleld. The Felnivllle minstrels have recently Plven entortiinments in Windsor, Sprins Torturing Disfiguring Humors Itching. Burning, and Scaly Eruptions of the Skin and Scalp with loss of Hair Complete External and Inter nal Treatment by Cuticura The Set SI. 25 ConsIstlngofCUTicrniA Soiree.), to cleans thosktn of crust, and ernles and soften the thickened cuticle, Ci'ticura Ointment (50c.), to Inttiintly allay iuiilntr, lrrltattoD, and In. flammitlon, and eootlio and heal, and Ccti. ct iu Resolvent f.VK'.),to cool and clean the blood. A single pet U often Jufflclent to cure tlio most torturlnir, dlsflgurlnft; sUn, scalp, and bloeid hmnori.nii-hCH.llchlnpF.and Irritation;, with Incj of hair, when the best physicians nnel all ottier remedies fall. POTTti DiecA AfcD Chih. Coup., So! Propi.. nn.tea. ocr'1 How MCiir- lry ktnind Hloo.1 llamcr.-ftfe. "'iTiniRn piirf.ST OF BABY SOAPS ESTATE OP MARV M. FRANCIS OBI HL'RLINGTON. We, tha aubjerlbers, hav'nc been ap pointed by the Honorable) the Probata court for the. Dlatrlct of Chltteudeen. cm. .- .... mui.iinicis ie in.n,v. ...iii.u. tiy Aujust the claims and demands of all Vnwn. ngalnst tho estate of Mary M. Franc s, ot HurllnBton. In said district deceawd and also all claims and demands exhibited In offset thereto; and six month! frQm ,hc Jly of tlla rtllte heraoC bonR a. lovVL.(i y court tor that purpose, wa do. therefore nereDv g ve notice tnat we Wi atten.l to tne niittes or our appotnt- ment nt tho office of Kllhu 13. Taft. in tha ccuit hoiiMo in Uiirllnirtcn, In said district on Iho fourth Saturdays of March and August ne.vt.nt 10 o'clock a. in., on each will attend to tne nut es or our appoint- ! of hnld diu's. n..,. .rtA. f UlUUll 1111S 1111 I1ILV 111 l'1-UIUUDj l?Ui ' E,w;3llr1,PAwv.t'i' ti. otl.wl. ... JV, 17, lu i, Commissioners. BROS., Burlington, Vt