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T11I5 13 U KJLIJN (j'l'ON FREE PRESS : THURSDAY, AUGUST 21, V,m.
One Cent WORD. Advertising In this column one cent a word, each Insertion. Copy may bo chanced every week. Cash In ndvanco required. No ndvcrtlrm.cnt tnkon which Is less than twelve words, two lines. Special terms to advertisers using from i'J to 1000 lines Within twelve tonsecutlvo months. 3?oimcvs. UWNEBS OF I'ABMS who wish to hire help or to sell h firm should us" this col Uinn Ne.irb enph .- of this paper art hold ceo issue and your advertisement would bo read by many potslblo buyers. 37,wtt asumtcci. A LIVI- exp. n llltfiO c nv MAN" wanted, one who has had , . .mil is .1 hustler. In manage a ,11,. ral store In u good town in it. Address .'., this ntllic. lW.fitiVW.St VNTP D By middle-aged woman sltua i a i- Imiisok.-' per In small family, or 1 ,1.1 in !. Address i.ncu x 4- liu liford, Vt. s,w:t MAN wuii'd for household woik, fam- rlght home fur ilu''t party. Jippiy irie Uriiiiltc ,t P.ivlng Co., liane, Vt. 7,wr.t. 3-ov -Sale. 1 LMS FOR SALE From 20 to SI farms t Chrt. nden, county of various sizes and i 1,'u. The one you want Is there. Mar- t n s. MIa. lt".i Main street, Burlington. ITO.d&w.tf. i. r SALE A dandy M-ncro farm sttuat l rnclialt mil.' from Caspian lake, a ri popular Hummer resort for pleasure h . krr,. mod bit clings. Plenty oi woun Ira ignrbush offin trees, equipped, hear the hist ( neighbors, mllo to village i,f urn nsborn. soil dark loan, well aunpi cd to raising early vegetables and small f i lls, of which largo quantities can do s Id to campers at city prices. Long coii- tiniled si' kness compels ownor to sell at f.tice. Price for farm, 1.200: or entire nut tit, hay grain, potatoes., 7 rdws, 1 nl horse .ind a complete layout of every tHr.g needed, Jl.ViA J. JO. Hunt, Ileal Ks- tate, Essex Junction, vt. i.wsi. KOTIft tittle it costs to tell tnoll- nnds f re.idcis in m.rm towns of Ver-m- rt wli it ou hJvo to f II or what ynu wu'h t,, b ,y. Advi rlN' In the Free Press at 1 . will B' i replies to your .ulv.-r-tisow cnt. a'i,wtf Teeth Extracted Absolutely Witliout Pain. Ths only ofllce in Uurlington wnere yoo can get teeth extracted without a particle of patn without taking gas. My method Is used by no other person. No pain; no danger, no after effects. DR. L. HAZEN, Offlco 1S5 Pine street, Burllncton. Vt. Office hours 10 to 3. 7 to 1 STOK CERTIFICATE LOST. Ce tlfien No. 10 for 0 shares of the Capital St k of the Consolidated Electric C'c in r name, and bearing date of April 2, KC, has boon lost or destroyed "We hereby give notice to ajiy person or i r?m s l.ilmuig the above described lares, tl.t it" havo made npplie.ition the O ' snlldatcd Eleetrir Co., to issue iew certlli. atf in lieu of the one lost or i, strojed, as provided by Section Mfi of t ir Verm, nt St, antes. 1.1 ULIN'OTON FLOITR1NO CO, nurhngtnn. Vt. l.WSt. "" t MPTD CAVCWR and TIT IMUln MOR CCHED at wit'ioi t knife or plaster and without in Trr.t,-. ii'stlnrimal? and letter of . 1 c l r!l Adilresr Mason Cancer In H t . -i IM St. N. V. Js.w.ly LOSTON UNIVERSITY LAW SCHOOL Isaac Rich Mall, Ashburton Place, SAMUEL C. BENNETT, Dean. Open Oct. 1, 1902, Boston, Mats. 4.7wS)t. GODDARD SEMINARY fepans its students for college, teehnlea he 1 teaching and business. It Is y in' - hool and surrounds Its students 'h n. helpful influences possible. Bn-irl 1 ti tlnii for a enr of Z'j weeks, U' i'or cn'.ilojrup nddr'S O, K HOLLISTHU, Trin., Pnrre. A't. 7.VwtsatS.-wlm. ESTTL OF F.I.IA J. ROSS OF LINCTON, BUR- We, the tiUbscnbcrs, halng been np ro at d by tlie Honorahlo the Probata rt f'.r tho district of Chittenden, rom n J 1 i - to rece.ve, examine and adjuit t e a nis nnd d-mands of all pi-rtons t ir 1 t' .state of Kllza .1. Hos-, l.itu rf i r i.). 1 r In s.ilil district, tie rnsed, ano .il i a 1 claims and demnnds exhllilteu I oftset thereto; nnd six months from t ie dav of the date hereof being allowed ty bh,.i court for that purpose, wo do therefore hereby give notice that we will U'tend to tho duties of our appointment ' t nr offx-e nf tp Merchants' bank, ,,n If r tri.t. in Uurlington, in said dis ' fi tl i s, eond Thursdays nf rieiiem find 1 oi n iry, next, at to o'cloc k a. m. r-xr i ,f -aid days. Da'cl this 13th dav of August. iri2. W. C. ISIIAM, ARTHUR W. HILL, iv "t Coinrnlssioni rs. r" tati. or nn,nv B stf.ar.ns of UURLINGTON. W e, the subscribers, having lx.cn np pomtcd by tho Honorable tho I'robate loiirt for the District of Chlttenderi, com in Si oners to receive, examine and adjust ir ims and demands of all persona i-ti-i Ur estate of Riley B. ,Ste,irn.-. 1 c r Purlington, In Said district, (r arerl a ,d ilso all (linns and demands exMb'ie l in otiset thereto, and six month fr m the day of the date hereof being nl- wed by taid court for that purpose, we do ihercforn hereby glva notice that we will atten.i to the duties of our appoint- in i't at the offii f A G Whlttemoro, on ' oil gc treet in Burlington. In said II'-. iri'i i i the s,.,.in Thursdays of Septem hir nnd ivbru uv next, at 10 o'cloi k a. m. on i h r,( j-.iiii d.ivs. Datt 1 this l'.lh d.iv of August, Vfa A. G. WIIITTRMORi:, A. C. Tl TTLK. f w 3t. Commissioners, WINDHAM COUNTY BELLOWS FALLS. The village school teachers hnvn been se. lected for the ensuing year and nro a: fni lows. Superintendent, B, E. Merrlam, 1 Igh school, principal, M. W. Downing; nfslstants, Mr, Hamilton, Misses Judd, Hhlpman nnd Chnpmnn; ninth grade, Mlsa Ktanhopc, eighth nnd ninth, Miss Bristol, eighth Miss Fuller; heventh, Miss Elmcn doif and M. J. Baker; sixth. Miss Web- Fter, eld high school hulkllng, f-lxth, Miss Ij. M smith, sixth and fifth, Miss Steams loading No. third and fourth, Miss O'Brien, luxt and second. Misses M. H. Eaker idttler and Dascomb; building No. 3, fifth. Miss Hunter; fourlh, Miss Mlllrr third, Miss Young; first and sec f.nd. M'-3 Hayes; building No. ! fifth, Miss I; J Smith, fourth, Miss Goodhue; third, Wlss owers llrsl and second, MIsh Kuth crlne O'Brh n. Madam Snnford nnd Mis Helen Sanford, vl n I at the head of the training si hind J r l fiinni -"i at Phlhidi-lnh! i. Pa Ij wiini I rlda for u visit ut tho Rov. Duvld U, QtUllorU 8. YERMONT LOCAL NEWS (Continued from sixth page.) past week nre Harry Oace, Miss Laura J'tlri hnni of Hvorett. Mns,, Miss Ather- ton of lsex, Mls.t Sarah 1'hllllps of Swnn ton. Miss Anna Spofford of Ronton, Mass, -A dntiRhler was born to Mr. una Mrs. W. (l. Montague August V. W. Clem ent uf Hutl-md nnd the Hon. Frank Plum, lev of Northlleld delivered addresses hero AVulncsdnv and Thursday uvenlncs. ''neh dt-w a large crowd. The first meeting of the .lelfersonvl Wo Cemetery association Mas held nt Ollmore'H hall Haturdny nfter noun. Tho following otfli ers weie elected: I'tisldent Mrs. Lucy Dean; vlee-prcsioeni, Mts. Ilatilo v. Rrowui secretary. .Mrs. Abbl" W. Hodges; treasun-r. Mrs. imsio .. Smith; directors, Horn Atwood, Aurllla i:dards, Hersa Melondy, lottio i-age, ! Initio (irlswold, Emily Orccn, Julia Stvgles; superintendent, AVlliis w. uaj more. Twenty-eight members wern en. lolled. Mis. Small and Mrs. Wlswell of J bile Park were present and spoke relntlve to the work of the association in njim Park, giving ndvlce nnd encouragement to the new organization here. HYDE PARK. In the pamn of ball at Johnson between the hoinu team and Johnson, tho homo team was successful, the score Btandlng 10 to .1. , Tho Sunilny school is to nom n annum picnic at F.d'en Pond next Saturday start ing I rum nero ni eigui ii.. The republican and democrats both held their caucuses Monday night. Tho repub licans nominated V. R. Child nnd tho democrats. W. D. Strong. Misses Viola and Freda liernou, wno h.ie bren spending a couple m wccks wnu their cousin, V. 0. Strong, leil tor j-iu-nev Mond.i morning. Miss l.thel Little, stenographer In e:: 1nv. Page's office left AVednesd.iy for a two weeks' vacatinn at Sheldon Springs. Miss Anna LIUy left Wednesilay for a few weeks vMt with friends In Uurling ton. Proctor nnd other points In the State. Miss Margaret Sullivan, stenographer for II. J. Lllley .1 Co., who has been spend ing a two wciks' vacation at her homo In V'llllstou, returned to her duties Tues da. Miss Mabel Hoone.y of Little Falls, N. Is at her father's, II. O. Rooney's. for a couple of weeks. V. I'rank Harris Is In Urndford for a few days. K. H. Rice of North Cambridge, Is visit ing his dnughter. Mrs. II. L. Fairbanks. A son was burn to Mr. and Mrs. I. Ray mond Vaughan Monday night. MORKISVILLE Saturday afternoon occurred a game of base ball between the local team anil the M.'Mfs from Murllngton. The result of tho game was n great surprise as everyone ex pected the visiting team would he moro than a mutch for the home boys, but in tho hrst Inning, .MorrNvIlle's turn at the bat, they ran In several scores, which naturally gave tliim good courage and they won the game by ii score of 11 to C. It Is expeei.-d that a return gamo will be played with both Sw.inlon nnd Partington In the near tuture nnd arrangempiits are being made here to have games with Woodtiville, X. II.. Hardwlek and Woodbury. Tho homo team go to Hardsvlck for a game on Labor Hay. 1'.. W. Webster has sold his bakery busi ness to Mr. Straw his baker and Mr. F.uince of Stowc, and the new firm will bo known as Faunce & Straw. Tho new firm will take possession at once and Mr. Faunce will move his family here soon. Mr. Webster will remain In town for the present, but expects to soon form import ant connections. Mrs. l.yman Shaw and Miss Carrie Tow eis, left yesterday morning for Thomp son's Point, whore (hey will be tho guests of the Hon. Leslie Shaw, secretary of the. trr aury. Miss Helen Waterman of Boston, Is visit ing at the homo of her uhclc, tho Hon. II. H. Powers. Mrs. C. R. Jameson of White River Junc tion, Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Henry Fisher. Mr. and Mrs. K. y. Woodbury of Bur lington are visiting at the homo of his sis ter, Mrs. G. M. Powers. Mr. and Mrs Woodbuiy are taking a carringo drive through this part of the State. Mrs. Grace Gilbert of Manchester, N. H., Is visiting at the homo of Mrw. A. S. Irish. WATERV1LLE. Chester Austin of Lynn, Mass., Is vis iting at H. I. Mann's. Mrs. H. W. Scoit is lonlitied to the house with a broken inkle. Harry Morroy of Fairfield visited friends in town over Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Stockwell of Morctown visited their son. A. D. Stockwell Inst weck.-slncob Thomas of Worcester. Mass., Is visiting his brothers, E. M. Thomas nnd Grant Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. William Hough taling icturned to New York SAato last week. Mrs. 11. A, Jackson and daughter Currio visited frlcnrte in Morelnwn last week. Mr. and Mrs. Enery Itolmes and on nf Medford, Mass., am visiting Mr. and Mrs. II. W. ScotL Mrs. Arthur Fair bulks Is vWltlng friends in Stowe. Dr. Nathan Smllle of BurliiiBton and Mrs. 'Icnrgi Montelth, of Brushton, N. Y.. aro visiting their mother. Mrs. Henry Smlllo. Mr. and Mis. Rnrnny Lapolnt of West- ford isited .Mrs, Martha Russell last returned wick. Miss Jennie Cnrpontor from .MIddletown, Conn., Inst week. At the .epublican caucus Saturday evening.!;,;.' ,'nu. '.- L I" .''Z " """' ,v" limner WiM.di.rd was nomlnnieel c.andl. . 1. Msiting relatlvcs-CW inchoster ihti. for remesentntivo oti the ninth bat. ! lot. He favors tho old prohibitory law Mrs. Rufus Power, and Ml." Lottie At-! i... iV.i...; ... ,'. i well of Johnson vkltcd their sister, Mrs. H. J. Benrd over Sunday J. C. Child of New York nnd Mrs. M. J. Barnes of Uur lington visited Mr. nnd Mrs. Clmrli-i Child last week. Miss Alice Thomas is visiting friends in Wolcott. STOWE. The celebration of Old Homo Day began with a reception at the pavll In.n In the Palisades Park. In spite of the rain a goodly number camo together and alter social greetings the assembly was called to older by President C. E. Mc. M-ihon, afler which short speeches and re marks w. re made bv Mr. P. D. Pike, the Hey. A. II. Ball of Passale, N. II.; W. K. Bigelnw- and the Rev. Do Witt S. Clark of Salem, Mass.; Miss Mary Barnes of Con cord, N. H. James E, Houston and Mrs, M. A. Jenneyi A poem written by C. A. l.amsun of Chicago, was read by Mrs. II. M. Mutt of St. Albnns. After a picnic din ner, the sports began with u tub race on the river, which was won by Earl Mood, n.irrv chimin .-oeond. A swimming match followed, won by Charlie Ploof, after which tn. piuplc adjuurneJlo .MiiniMircti, wuero the rest of the sports took place. In tho little Maid's needlo contest lues Smith was hist. Avis Vc-arrcn second, Grace Ploof thlnl. Marjorle Burt fourth; one hundred yard dash. Harry Smith tlrst, Will Ham- niell second: running high Jump, Frank Culver first, John Campbell second; bottle race, Ben Melvln first, Allan Bradley so. -mid, girl's llfty yard dash, Martha Wright Inst Alice Chaplii Hccnnd, Fannie llawley thltd: wheelbarrow race, Harry Smith nrst Cralc Hint second; sack race, I tarry .Smith tlrst. Cnilg Burt second, Will Ham. mel third; orange race, Harry Cliaplu lirst, Earl Moody second; running broad Jump, John Campbell tlrst, Braniilng Boyco sec od, obstruction race, Harry Smith tlrst, Cialg Burt seroivl, John Campbell third. The tug nf war botween farmers and vil lage was won by th latter. Tho sports were In charge of R, H, Bradley, judges A. A. Pike, C. F. Eddy and In Wllklns of Hyde Park. Music was furnished by the Stowe military band. Between six and seven hundred people wero present. Tho surrounding towns were well represented, and there were many from moro distant places. At the band concert In the even Ing Prof Butler of Boston rendered two exquisite) cornet solos. By some mistake the Interesting paper by the Rev. F. It. Gale on "Tho Grange as an Edinator" was omitted from the report of tho Granger's programme, Mr. P. D. Plko rocelved many congratula Hons from visitors upon tho beautiful park which he ninlntnlns for tho benellt of tho public, and Mr. Charles Churchill's gift, the new town clock, wns much appreciated. The rising walls of tho memorial building attracted much attention. I'nder tho effl- lent inuniigi incut nf 11, G, Thomas, this will be ono of the most thoroughly built stiiictures in thoKtate Tllc granite base fori crno of tho rout wludowB, with lla Inscrlp tlon "Pro bono publico," Is In place, nnd the frnmo for tho northeastern entrance Is going In.- Mrs. Angus L. (lalo gave a pleafl nnt party io n number of children Satur day afternoon In honor of the fifth blrth dny of her daughter, Mildred. Alba Holmes of Grand Rapids, Mich,, Is visiting old friends In town. -Fred Plko of Mans field, Ohio, hns Joined his wlfo hern nnd will visit his parents about two weeks. W. C. Faunce mid L. II. Slrnw have bought Wobsler'H bakery business In Morrlsvllle, and huvo taken possession. Straw will run the business until Fmihco enn closo nut In Moscow.-Somo of Stowo's farmer resl. In Moscow, Tho caucus on Snturdny evening having voted not to support tho republican plat form has been pronounced by R, W. Ilul bnrd, the Lnmnlllo county member of tho republican Slate committee not n republi can caucus. P. R. Gale and II. O. Thomas have tiled nomination papers ns republican candidates. The closing observance of Old Home Week was the union service nt Unity Church, Sunday, Aug. 17. Tho services were conducted by tho'Rev. F. R, Gale, pastor of Unity Church, Miss Mary Watts organist; choir, Mrs. H. W. Barrows, Mrs. B. K. Kaiser. Miss Sarah Mayo, Mips Am ber Smith, A. It. Cheney, Hnrry Burnhnm, Prayer offered by tho Rev. DeWltt Clark of Salem. Mnss. The'Rov. A. II. Bull of Passaic, N. J., preached an able nnd Inter esting sermon appropriate to tho occasion. Mrs. Snrah Delano Bingham, from Ak ron, Ohio, Is vMtlrig Mrs. R. A. Savage, her daughter. Miss Clnra Blnghnm nnd a friend are at W. II. Moulton's. Mrs. I. I. Gorton of Virginia, Is visiting friends In town. Miss Carrie Brush returned toltlch- mnnd and Miss Nettle to Montpeller on .Monday. During tho band concert on 1- rl day evening a team driven by a son of Hud son Cnry, ran Into a buggy driven by Wlnl fred Houston. Tho buggy was considcr- nbly demolished and tho oocupnnts thrown out, but beyond slight cuts no ono wns In jureil.-The ladles' of Unity Church have arranged for a concert to tx given Friday evening, Aug. ZS, under the direction of Mrs. George M. Powers of Morrlfivllle, as sisted by Mrs Fred Plkcof New York. Miss Learned of New York, Miss Mary Watts of Stowe, organist; Mrs. Cooper of Salt Lake City, Mrs. J. S. Whltcomb Cas- selton, N. D.. and others. Tho Rev. Wl! llim Kxccll from Cambridge, N. Y., will speaK at the congregational Church Sun day, Aug. II. The Row D. L. Evans will take for his subject "Christ the Reformer on Aug. si. Kvcnlng service, subject iTeeiiom for Service;" leader. Miss Ber tha Ibliam. ORLEANS COUNT? NEWPORT. L. P. Jennc of Derby Center was noml nnted to rcpicrent tho town in the Legisla ture Saturday night. CRAFTSBURY. Mrs. J. Ke.ir has gone to Whitman and other places in Massachusetts, for a few weeks visit. Mrs. Nerocs Renfrew spent last week at Caspian lake. John Allen re ceived the nomination for representative nt the republican enucus.last Filday night. Harry Hyde has closed his work at tho l-.lmcr. Straiten store, GREENSBORO. Mrs. George Paigo of Cabot is visiting nt W. K. Balley's.-Mrs. W. C. Balk-y spout a part of last week uihong friends at Mor rlsvllle. Mrs. Ira Reed of Cabot visited nt II. W . Calderwood's recently. Mrs. Mary Pearsons of Iowa nnd Mrs. R. S. Mason of Fast CraftHbury visited at C. W, Willcy's one day last week. Mr. Foster. wife and son and Den Wa'comber of Fall River aro guests at O. W. Thompson's. WESTFIELD. The Rev. A. I!, reebles preached a very forcible sermon Sunday on high standards nf living. He urged all to do their utmost to enforce temperance legislation saying that it was a matter of princlplo not poli tics to keep Vermont from making a retro grade movement Mr.and Mrs.Gco. Barnes of Springileld, Mass., visited at H, p. Woodworth's last week. Mrs. William Martin and son of Worcester, Mass., are nt her father's Joseph Shcrbert's for a tew weeks. Miss Mabel Durrivage of Bakers field was the recent guest of Mrs. Krwln Clark. Dana Edmunds of Manchester, N. IL, visited his father and brother last week. Mr., nnd Mrs. Mulett of Providence, R. I., visited Mrs. Jacob Stebblns Inst week.- Mrs. Mary' Hpyt and Miss Ethel Hoyt havo returned from a few weeks' stay at Bat ton and vicinity. Bernio Gil. hr rl has put on a four horse express team to Newport W. C. Farman received the nomination for republican candidate for representative nt the cam us last Sat urday night on the second ballot. Tho Justices nominated wcro U S. Woodworth, W. B. Gilpin, Homer Tillotson. Dwlght Harding and Nelson Seymour. Mrs. Wil liam Snow and daughter of Boston aro vis Troy Mr3' B- E' Gllman and relatives at LOWELL. Judge Tucker hns finished tho foundation I- ...... .V,.V, h J ut 111 up tlmie liuilditii' for his nshcstns tiinm nt rtickervllle At the. republican caucus Saturday evening William Patterson le (ilved the Humiliation. At the democratic caucus Monday evening Irvlnir Stenhensnn r01'0'1 tllc ""'"Inntlon.-A daughter wns nirp. .u. f. MiiiamEon of Jirooklyn, N ' . . """ "'''ro. JiJnss , for his va. canon .Mif-i , V, o V. i L , . .y " n,".".. ?V.. '.V'rnetl, frnI" vis t at ten. 'n,.i,, ifn , . .. .",.11111,1,111. yiiiui ae.ju&tllis winning Party" will be given Filday evening at the Town Hall unde-r the auspices ot tho Y. P. S. C. E Miss Nora Wnkctlold has a posi tion In the graded school at North Troy this fall E. G. Baldwin, county examiner nf teachers, was In town last Thursday .nr. jnsepn .-ooii, superintendent of a re formatory at Concord, Has the guest of Dr. nnd Mrs. H. H. Hill bust week Mrs. Drew nnd Mrs. Mnrtin Abbott of Glovor wire entertained by Dr. and Mrs. H. II. Hill Saturday nnd Sunday Miss May Chamberlain of New York Is visiting her mother, Mrs. E. B. WMIman Miss Delia R. nu ue of Westlleld has been engaged for lie Laclnlr district H. II. Stannaid nf Barton Landing was In town Tuesday. Miss Vena Tucker, daughter of Judge Tucker, has finished work with Mrs. f'ur tis and returmd to her homo In Hardwlek. Mr. Myrtle Wetherby and Miss Neva Dines havo gone to Morrisvlllo for a low days. ORANGE COUNTY RANDOLPH. Twenty-seven teachers took the exam inations here Saturday, The ball game at McCall's park Satur day between the South Royalton team and the Randolph team resulted In a scoro of 'SI to 10 In favor of the home team. One nf the prettiest weddings of the sea son took placo Tuesday morning at 3 o'clock w hen Mabel E., ynungvr daughter of Mr, and Mrs. J. H. Wndlelgh, betamo tho wlfo of Harry M. Totmun, nt tho homo of tho brldo cm Summer street, in the presenco of the relatives nnd Intimate fi lends of the contracting parties. The house was tastily trimmed with palms, Boston ferns, smllnx, sweet pons and white asters. Botween tho windows of tho parlor were draperies covered with smllax and sweet peas, with largo ferns on either side. Tho Initial party entered tho parlor to the strains of the wedding march from Lohengrin played by Mrs. L. P. Booth and tho marriage was solemnized by the Rev. T. A. Howard who useil the ring ceremony. Miss Jennie B. Wadlelgh, sister of the bride, acted as maid of honor, and Fay Burwell as groomsman. The brido wns dalntly gowned In light bluo lansdowne cut en train, and trimmed with blue chiffon, whlto faggot stitch chiffon and applbpie and carried a boiiepie of white sweet peas, Tho maid nf honor was gowned In light blue dimity, trimmed with white laco and ribbon. The travelling gown of thtj bride was of dark blue Venetian cloth trimmed with taffeta silk and velvet. A wedding breakfast was served and Mr. and Mis. Totmun left soon after for a wooVb car riage drive. Mrs. Totr.inn is a popular young lady of this place and for several years has been a successful toadicr In town. Mr, Totuum, wlu U senior luttnber of the firm nf Burwell & Tolmnn, Ilorlsts, came here nbonl Ihree years ago from Woodstock and has established a very sue. ccssfnl bnslncfs. Both Mr. nnd Mrs. lot mnn have hosts of friends here who Join In wishing them much happiness. RANDOLPH CENTER. Lucius Blodgelte has been spending a i. .in ..a ... ti rv 'I'l'iirv r tsnluh Dompler wns nt G. II. Hebard's tho tlrst nt the week. Mrs. II. . Fletcher entertained tier sis ters, lit her home Old Home Week. L. !' Blodgetto and wlfo were In town Inst week getting their household goods enrred to West Lebanon, where they go to keep house Martha nnd Cecil Pcnko spent Old Homo Week at Chelsea, with relatives. Mrs. J. C. Hebard's sister, wns with her last week from South Roynllnn. James Austin and wlfo wero at II. D. Tracy's tho first of the week. Henry Holmes and lady and a few other centlomen with their la dles' go to Berlin Pond to camp out a few day a. BROOKFIELD. The caucus of the republican voters was held last Frldav. Frank O. Allen was noin tnated for town representative. In case of an election of, governor by the Legisla ture, ho wns instructed to support the reg ular republican nominee. A republican ral ly will bo held in the town nan iid evenlnr- Tlie nnenkors are: Frank Plum- ley, of Northfleld, nnd Raymond Smith of Wells River. Tho dedication of the new town hall will occur on tho 2Sth of August. A basket nlcn c and nddrOFS nro the aurac Hons for tho day. There will be a dance In the evening. -The Eust Brooktleld base ball team go to Randolph CenteT on Tucs. Inv to nln.v with the Center team Ml-M Mildred Peck of Burlington Is visiting friends lu town. Mr and Mrs. Chariot Wlb cox of Mllford. Mass.. are. at N. A. Clark's Mrs. Carolina Moulton dlrxl on Friday. The funeral was held on Monday, the Rev, R. H. Aborcrombln officiated. Maurice Henry Wilcox and John Keltn Sprague ato tho names nf the new residents of Last Brookllcld.-S. J. Washburn of Gouldvllle, was In town recently. George Parmnier and son Paul, of Concord, N H., who have been visiting In town returned to tholr homo on Saturday. BRAINTREE. Many from town wcro in Randolph Cen ter last week to ntttond tho exercises of Old Homo Week Mrs. Electa Cushman of Barre. Is spending a few days with her sister, Mrs. C. R Woodward. Miss Flora TA-rrt.t ,-,1 la anenrllni r teeelr In WllitH- flelil. C. E. Woodard, Jr., son and daugh ter of Montpeller vljltcd his parents last week. Dr. J. R. Woodward and little daughter of Oxford. Mns.. spent a few days In town last week. Miss Iolla Flint, who has been snondlng a two weeks' vaca tion with her relatives has returned to Massachusetts to resume her work. At tho republican caucus held Saturday E I. Cla flln received the nomination. A family re union was held Friday at C. Iv. Wood ward's consisting of 21 people. These cm braced the entire seven children who had I the prohibition party and their nominee Is not been together for 13 years and all of j the Rev. E. M. Fuller, wno was named as t lie grandchildren, seven In number.- Mrs. In c.indiilate Saturday eviining at a well at Carrle Kenvln of Hyde Park, Mass., is vis-1 tended and 'inlto enthusiastic caucus held itlng her sister, Mrs. II. Farnsworth and, at Gospel hall. other relatives In town. The neighborhood picnic is to be held Wednesday at the Rol ling Park. Rural freo delivery for this part ot the town begins September 1. EAST RANDOLPH. Several for this place attended the ic union of former students of the Normal school at Randolph Center the 13th nnd 14th.-Mr. and .Mrs. Wallace Peaycy nnilaml Pmnam iot3.Glpnn If nil. and family. daughter, Miss Luna of East Bralntrce vis Ited at W. A. Glfforil's and E. S. Hall's hist week. Mrs, C. L. Adams of Chlcopee Falls, Mass., Is with her brother, Jarcd Hyde. Also Miss Blancho Loomis of Randolph has been a recent guest there. Wilbur Hoatli nnd sister, Mrs. Abble Buck nnd hor daugh ter, Miss Elva, returned to tholr home in Massachusetts last Wednesday A goodly number from this town attended the excur sion to Ausable Chasm Saturday. Dr. and Mrs. Hnrley D. Holden nnd son nf Rutland are In town to visit relatives and friends. Miss Blancho Hall Is with her friend, Mrs. Mary (Stone) Holden in Barro fot seeral davs Clarence Sprague, who has been spending some "weeks with his many Vermont relatives and friends hero left last week for his home In Iowa. RUTLAND COUNTY BENSON. .miss Fannie Dickinson returned from Port Henry last week, where she had been to visit friends. Miss Edith Ite.ssctt of Or-M'mi s.).. , nassam went .Mnmiay to well is stopping with friends here Tho! Marshficld, where he Is to got out last Hon. Cyrus Jennings nf Hortonvlllu has j blocks this fall and winter The Clement been about town the pait week securing, dub nominated Egbert Sheldon for town names of those who will pledge theniselvi si representative Saturday night, nnd at the to Hiipport Clement and high license cia-l straight republican caucus Jlcmday Dr. dldates genci ally Mrs. Wilson and little r- R- Steele -Gllman Gay of Randolph Is girl of Lowell, Mass.. is a guest at A. A. visiting at his uncles F. D. Gould's I. demon's Prof. J. B. Howard with a,15- Williams Is doing A. W. Ballard's ma company of lrlerds ha been ilshing at i son work Harvoy and Charles Kellogg of Suii.-et lake the ixist week Mrs. W. I Walker of Fair Havon spent last Suinl iy with her mother, Mrs. Loulso N. Joitet- The board of civil authority mot ln.it Sat- i,n- i,i,,ii u Ol tl urday to revise the check Hit Word has been received hero that Dr. and Mrs. Chap man E. Strong, who were formerly resi dents of this placo aro happy over the birth nf a boy, who wns born at tho homo of Mrs. Strong's lather, the Hon. II. M. Stone of Swan ton. Tho oat ciop Is being slowly harvested and is a very heavy one In this ioclion.-S. B. Rice of Dresden st.i- tlon wns in town over Monday of this week. WASHINGTON COUNTY IYI0NTPELIER. Sheriff Graves has drawn the following grand and petit Jurors for tho Septcinbor term en u asnington count Court which convenes cdncsdny, September u, the Hon. ,1. H. Watson presiding: Gland ju rors, Barrocity, Ezekiel Drew; Barre town, u. .v Barber; Berlin, Arthur E. Covell; Cabot, J, A. Farrlngton; Calais, A. A. Bliss; Duxbury, Samuel Sonurville; East Montpeller, H. U Sparrow; Maihliold, C. . Holt. Middlesex, Charles C. Wig gins; Montpeller, II. J, Voldholm; More town, Russell Sawyer; Northllold, D. B. Adams; ITalnfield, E. J. Bartbtt: Wnlts lield, L. W. Scaver; Wairen, Milo Bucklln; Wnterbury, Harvey Eddy; Woodbury. '.. W. Chase; Worcc-Jtcr, W. Edwin Bruce. Petit jurors, Barrc city, Alonzo C. Slayton. A. F. Dodgo; Barro town, F. R. Dickey. C. R. Pittfiloy; Berlin, E. L. Tiacy, David OBrlen, Cabot, ti. B. Blodgett, A. A. Perry; Calais, A. O. Slayton, Duxbury, A. M. Phillips; East Montpeller, Charles Ormsbee, Fayston, A. A. MrCullough, II. Russell; Marshriold, R. R. Jde, J. E. Sev erance; Montpeller, M. U Bulloy, George II, Elmore; Morctown, D, B, Sinallcy, 11. B. Bruce; Northlleld, Jason E. Dole, B. W. Winch; Plalnlield, E. K. Abbott; Roxbury, L. J. Bannister, H. M. Spauldlng; Walts Held. B. L. Joslln, Ira Claik; Warren, J. V. lllll, George Camp; Wnterbury, P. C. Turney, W. A, Morse; Woodbury, C. A. Wutson; Vorrestor, O. 10, I'tton. Tho new steel bridge on tho Central Wr road which has been In process of erec tion at thu scene ol the recent wreck lu Mlddletex has been completttl so that it can now be used. Tho tlrst engine to pass over it was No. HIM, the same one that took tho fearful plungo into the washout last Junu when fuur lives wero lost. The trial calender for tho September term of asnington county court was is sued on Monday, Tho Jury list contains M) cases and lit cases aro sot to tho court Charles Gilbert of Walerbury. who as saulted Jarcd Kemmls of Berlin about flvo weeks iigo was arrested on Sunday by Doputy Sheriff Dillingham at W.iterbury Center. Gilbert skipped after making tho assault and hnd not boon scon In Ihis vi cinity until ho was taken Into custody. Ho was In city court Monday afternoon, plead ed guilty to the chnrgo against him ami was fined $M and costs, tho ohtlro amount ueing ai.a. it Ik not thought probable ho will bo able to rnlsa that amount and ho will take an alternative sentence n the Jlouso or correction at Rutland. W hen tho pmprlotors of tho Tomple-Mc- ciieii uo.h ury gimnis,, and Barrows i Pecks hardware NtoVw wont to them Tuesday morning It ivis found they had been entered by snealcvttileviij and, ii small amount of money tukiu fiom tho cash regl, iters of each Htore. Kntr.im'e lu both ciu.es wua ulfuctvd through cellar windows. The loss In money nt the Tomplc-MeCuen Co. store Is nbotit Jlo nnd nt Hie Barrowii & Peck stem Is about fi. Several small nrt- Itiles wern also taken from each storo. Ap pearance would Indicate thai It woa tho work of nmnteurs. The examination for ndmlttnnce as mid shipman to the United States Naval Aca demy nt Annapolis wns hold Tuesday tit the county court houso before Senator W. P. Dillingham of this city, President A. D. Brown of Norwich. University. Northfleld: County Examiner O. D. Mathewsnn of Barro and Stntc Superintendent nt Educa tion w, I'!, Banger. Four candlilaleH took the exnmlnntlon. Tho candidates wero Tennlson Caustic of Montpeller, Leigh Nnyes nt St. Johnsbury, R. It, Chase of Lyndon nnd Paul W. Fowler of Manches ter. Tho decision of tho examining board FAYST0N. Mrs. W. E. Flint: ot Maryvllle, Mo., for- tnrrly known as Mrs. Robert Maxwell, upoiit last week with friends and relatives In town. About 100 persons met In S. Max well'H grove Thursday, August II for an Old Homo basket picnic. Tho day was fine nnd the games, recitations, dinner, nnd tho social time, were enjoyed by nil. Mrs. Snbln Waterman nnd daughter, Vlvan of Rock Island. P. o.,nnd Mrs. It. IX Wood of Wllllamstown, arc guests of their parents, jir. nnd Mrs. J. B. Thompson. Mr. nnd Mrs. Wlllard Llndsley of Boton, Mass.. Mrs F. W. Powers and children, and Master Boy Demei'etl of Wnterbury, spent a few days at F. A. Bragg's recent ly. At the republican o-uieus Saturday evening, E. A. Flek, a McCulIongh mnn, wns nominated as candidate for represcn tatlve by a majority, which was after- wauls) made unnnlnlotis. EAST ROXBURY Winifred Foss attended tho Alumni meet ing at Randolph Normal school last week. Mrs. Henry Alexander, (Miss Abble Hilly), with her two children from Barre Is visiting 'rlcnds In this place. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Allen nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. (, V. Allen started for their homo in tho West last week. Mis. William Sponer with her llttlo son from Worcester, Mass.. Is visiting friends In this place. mo a f lot noon stage from East Roxbitrv will run through to Brookflcld. If busi ness to tho amount of $1.00 a trip Is ob tained. Mrs. Colin Hubbard from South Royalton was In ,town recently. Bert Al len Is home from St. Albans for a few weeks' vacation, beroro returning to Bal timore to resumo his dental studies. Winifred Foss went to Alton JJay tho Hi at of he. week wheroshe will spend sever al days camping with friends. BARRE. The Barrc democrats held a caucus at the city court room Saturday night and nominated G. Herbert Papo as candidate for lepresentatlve to the Legislature. The nomination wns made unanimously. The last party to put a. candidate for representative in tho field In ihis city was SOUTH WOODBURY. The Ladles' AJd moot this week withi Mrs. Frank Angell. Dean Hall nf Mans- n. Id visited his uncle, A. A. Clark, last Sunday Mr. and Mts. Martin of Haver hill. Mass., aro visiting her sister, Mrs. J. D. Bailey. H. R. Mack lately erected two monuments in tho cemetery In the Sabin who have bcon spondlug a few days at L. W. Haskell's, return this wcok to their homo in Boscaoen, N. H Miss Emma Hill Is to teach tho fall term of school- GAYSVILLE. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Woods of Roches t. r spent Saturday with her sister, Mrs. Jee Wright. Mr. and Jlrs. Walter Wy- m.in and Herbert returned to their home in Dorchester, Mass., Friday of last week. - Ml- Anna Brown !s visiting her father j and sister Mrs. Alice Sargent and Miss, i.vclyn returned from Nova Scotia Fri day and are with her slstor In l1lttflcld for a few days Mr. and Mrs. Charles Knapp were at F. V. Kasam's over Sun day. Mrs. Fred Martin and son Fay nro the guests of her mother, Mrs. CliAilotto I.eonnrd Mrs. Emily Paige nnd son visit eel .it Willowdaln farm In Randolph m lontlv A good number nttendeej the pic nic at Amos Leavltt's Wednesday, August 13, a lid all report a good time Tho Misses McCollom of Woodstock havo heon lu town n '' 0 l!5 Pn fusinei-s. Miss Alice Blown I .Mr.itTniu nas ticen visiting at Aitrea Boston havo been spending tho past week with their mother. Mrs. Emily Paige Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Richardson were In Randolph last week Alva Laniard of Rutland called on ft lends in town recent ly Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Roberts are Maying at hor brothor's, Frank Roberts's, on Camp Brook for a few days Mrs. Augustus Chamberlin started Monday night for a two weeks' visit to h"r broth- ci s In Pennsylvania. V. L. Sheldon nf Boston is Msiting his father, Egbert Shel don. WAITSFIELD. The Emerson Joslln house on the farm rmw owned by Florence McCarty at Waits field Common was burned on Monday night of last week. Charles McCarly, who was the last occupant of the house having left ibete some two months ot more ago, had all his household effects stored in the house, and they wero all consumed with tho house. The barns were saved by the hardest of work by the few who ie ached the placo in time to aid in the work. The otlgln of the lire seems very mystei Ions, as it was not know n that any one had been In tho house for Homo time. There was an insurance of $00 on tho house, but no insurance on the goods of Charles M' - Carty The new uniforms fur the band have just arrived and were used for the tlrst time nt the Odd Fellows' field day and picnic on Wednesday, August nn MKs Bessie Mooro icturned home Saturday from Bethel, where she hns been stopping for several weeks A grand lopubllcnn rally for all tho towns In Mad River Val ley will bo held In Wnltslield village on Wednesday afternoon, August 27, at 1:30 o'clock, with addresses by tho Hon. .1. K Martin of Brnttleboio, tho Hon. A. S. Stanton of Roxbury, and It Is exp.cted, by the Hon F, D. Proctor of Proctor. Music will be. furnished by the Wnltslield Cornet band. Everybody cordially Invited. James Joslln is nt homo from Boston on a two weeks' vacation Quite an nmntiut of per sonal property belonging to the estnto nf the late Dr. J. il. Van Deusen will be sold nt public auction nt his lato residence, In ttds village, on Saturday, August at I p. m The Wnltstleld check list contains about :!0 names, to which there will prob. ably bo several additions. The candidates for representative whoso nomination papers havo bcon tiled with the town clerk nro O. G, Eaton, republican candldiite, and c. H, Ncwcimib, citizens candidate. The Justice ticket nominated Is the same n two years ago, four republicans and one democrat Dr. C J, Allen, wife and daughter of A inohcUer, Mass., aro visit ing friends In town for a fow days. Mrs. GeorRti R. Miller, who has been sick for several weeks, is so far Improved as to be ablu to rldo out. -A goodly number from this placo went to Wnterbury Inst Satur day to attend tho funeral of Dr. E. G Hooker, a former beloved physician lu Wnltsfield John Barber went Inst Satur. dny to Montreal for a two weeks' visit. Mrs. Barber has been visiting In that vicin ity for several weeks, and will return with him. WARREN. Tho law suit between Frank Williamson and George Atkins for trespass nnd trover wns tiled jst week Friday. Mr. Alkins Is lu pay $13 nnd costs, tho suit being over some pigs which AtKins ci.umeu to uo nis. The uorlc will cost about GO cents a pound. There wn no cvldeneo on the part of the defendant -.;, A. Heath will bo without doubt renivsentatlve 1mm this town this lull. Mr ami Mrs George Banister ic iui'iicd lioiua Uut WMuk after apciidlui; twuof lust Sunday evening was vfrry IWBoly; weeks In Mnlne.Now Hnnipshlre and Mas at hiisc tts - Gcorgo Elliott, who wn f thought to havo the typhoid fnve.r Is now, f better Dan Boyco Is very low with heart 2 trouble. Tho Rev. Cjrus Royre Is visiting I In town. Tho Rev. W. 13. Htreeler and wllol J nro rejoicing over the birth of a girl bnl.v, : i horn the nth. - Fred Long and wife were In Bristol Frldav of last week.- Mr, and Mrs Gerald Campbell, Mr. and Mrs, E. M. Tnr nor, Mr. nnd Mrs. B. C. Sterling, Mr. and Mrs. G. Blako and Eugene Thnver went In Long Point Sunday to spend a week fMi- lng.--Vcrn Perkins of Wnterbury wns In town Friday and Saturday of last week -Rufus Robinson of Barre was In town last week. Hei vie Downing Is visiting his par ents In fitnrksboio for a week, W. Martin ot Monlpcller is in town. WORCESTER. W. M. Strong returns to North Calais. Worcester wns quite lively last woek with two ball gomes, a local option rnlly and a republican caucus. Tho tlrst ball game was between tho Worcester Stars, and tho East Calais Giants. It was a hot one for tho tlrst half, then the visitors got rattled and lost everything, tho scoro standing 1! in R in favor of tho homo team. Tho sec ond game wns 011 Saturday afternoon when tho Rising Sons of Sodom wcro drop ped below tho horizon by tho Worcester Stars, tho score being 16 to 1. The loenl option rally Friday night with Mr. Famk A. Bulloy of Montpeller as speaker, and th Calais band to discourse sweet sounds, was well attended nnd enabled some HW nf our citizens to pass a very pleasant evening. There wns rather a slim nttendanee at the ropubllcan caucus Saturday night. Only f.1 votes were enst, of these II. B. Hancock received a majority of two on the fourth ballot. Mr. Hancock stands for local op tlon and high license. Nomlnntlon pnperi will no doubt be llleJ for other candidate'-. The Justices nominated were: Roger Horey, H. 1). Vail and J. R. Wilson for the republican, the democrats will add ln others at their caucus. ,1. R. Wilson -11s chairman of tin caucus nnd Dr W E. Lawrence was secretary. Among the visitors in town nre MIms Ber tha Ptlcknev of Newport, nt Vails, Mrs. Leslie Cooper and sons of Springfl' Id, Mass., nt M. P. Kent's.; Mr. and Mrs. Aus tin of Morctown. at Harold Austin's; Mr. and Mrs. Claire Templeton of Barr". .it Mrs. Carrie Templeton's: Mr and Mrs, 0. E Nourae of Barre, nt J. R. Wilson's; Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Taylor of B.irre, at F. J. Tay lor's, and Mrs. Cnrollno Hatch and daugh ter Jessie at F. E. Buck's. EAST WARREN. Arthur Lamb of Randolph vllled bin parents tho past weekGerald Campb. II and wlfo are at the lake inmtilntr f,.r n week. Myron Ooodspeed and Ezra Kings - bury wcro In Wnterbury the past week The Ladles' Mite society will meet n-m, id. v.. iieain, inurniay arternoon .Mrs. Grace Campbell of Randolph iin-. be, n spending a few days in town .Mrs i; Kldredge Is visiting In the north part of the State Grroge nnd Cora learned of Wnltslield, spent Sundiiy.it 1'. U. Daniels s. ROXBURY. Ml Ada Nichols I? spending a few weeks In .Montpeller Mrs Jeimie Wbinv I Gr.invllle i. visit'nu' at N. ). Rtt.-a iul . J. Cnrpenter's.-J. S. Carpenter and n coV 2'! Jlll with them. Aflss Mabel Flsk is at work for Airs. George Spalding Misses El! i nnd Gloria Bennett of Wat'rbury have oeen visiting irlonds in town Mrs. II. I Worcester spent lart week In NorthlV-lil.-Mlssos Jes&ie and Lottie Shaw of Baire at tended the dance tho lith Mrs. Florihel Blair and dnughter of Warren are visiting ;wrs. i.izzn Head A repulil can ra v wan , .V ii . i t. were the Hon. J. . Gordon of B.irre, nnd L C. Moody ot Walerbury Mrs. W alter Dunsnioor is at Old Orchard Beach. - A arren llliama i and family of Brookllold spent Sunday at J V, . Ferris sD. B. V... ,1 'PI,. ,m. . . . i ' ' i J n"mmal"' rc presentativo; it the republican caucus Monday. - Martin Richi'.rdsor. of Bralntrce is vlbltins D. Fltts's. at W. WATERBUBY, Dr E. G. Hooker parsed away Thurs day mm mug at his homo on Main street afler several weeks' Illness. Dr. Hooker had been a practicing physician in this town for many years and had a wide s,o eiaulntance. lie has been Identified with the Winonskl Vnlloy Fair assiiclatlnn and Tns its president fur several years. He Is survived by a wife and one daughter, Mrs. B. M. Atherton. Dr. Hooker wns born in Caliot, and was Kl years ot age. In lwl ho, graduated from the Ann Aibor, Mich., medical college, al ter which ho studied for a year In the school of surgerj in New York, graduatl g lrom there In the following year. Ho has been a highly successful practitioner of medicine in the town for the past years, mining to W.iterbury in Pmi from Win Hold. Dr. Hooker was prominent In Maonlc i In les and a pa.-t grand mi ter of Winon skl lodge. The funeral was held from the Methodist house Satunlay afternoon at two o'clock, under the auspices of the local lodge of Masons. IY10RET0WN. Roland nnd Peter Griffith were at their rarents home Sunday Burt Stewart nnd wlfo from Muntpelior, visited Mrs Jcnnlo Pierce Sunday Fmnk Gill went to Bol ton Saturday. Miss Effle Thompson from Bolton Is visiting In town this week Mrs, W. Suuires and Mrs. Ben A cry are in Barre this week Mrs. Nelson Biaeh's daughters from Massachusetts, are visiting- her Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Ward and ron Clate, went to Klttery Point Satur day, fni two wooks Mr. and Mis. Ed wind Dana went to Randolph, Saturday Mrs. C. II. Taylor and family hao icturned from their trip Mrs. Algiers M ither and nnd sister are visiting tur tills week An entertainment Is to he given at tho Methodist Church. Tuesd.iv eening, Aug. Will The Rev. Mrs. Wills, sisters, .Mrs. j. .. li'inov and .Miss Anna Hmve". came to her homo In Bakerslleld, Tuesday. MIDDLESEX Miss Freda Robinson visit, d several days In .Montpeller last week. Hurry M. New ell of Boston was In town Saturday Fred Long one of W.ud .:- Douglas's new men. had his tne broken and was otherwise bad ly brul-cd by tho falling of n heavy stone nuc tiny last week Mrs. Flank Ward was In Montpeller, Saturday. Fred Winn, Fled Miles and George Whelan of Montpeller were In town Sunday.-(julto a numbci In town attended the excursion to Ausable Chasm last Friday Mr. and Mrs. Ilerben visited In Wnterbury u few days last week. .Mrs. Homer Denny ot Nurthlield, visited her daughter, Mrs. C. E. Campbell bust week - At the republican caucus iiiurs- elay, tho Hon William Ch.iplu was nmnln- nted for town representative Tho demo, rats h"ld their cun us Monday nfternonn nnd nominated J, II Daniels as represen tativeArthur Bilekllu of Canaan, N. H, was in town Friday The funeral of Ml-s Gertrude Casi y was held al St. Augus tine's Church at Montpoller, Wednesday, Aug l"th. ,MI-s C.ihcy had been a great rufferer of consumption, the community extend a heart felt sympathy to the father mid brother Philip Rl(prd of Randolph, lias been making his fi lends In town a visit this week,--Mrs. MJranda Howard, while pirlng apples Monday fej and slab bed a knife Into her nose, making an ugly wound. Later In the afternoon .Mrs, M. W. Miles while calling on her caught hot foot In a rug and fell fracturing her kneo. CABOT Mrs. Freedom Hill of Roxbury vNlted friends In town last week Tho Rev. D, K llllll.ird preached at Enst Calais last Sunday afternoon; and tho Rov. O. E, Ai ken at Woodbury the samo,al!tarnon. Her bert C iblclgh of Brooklyn, was In town last week. Tho creamery inado 'JS.ttU. pounds nf butter during tho month of July paying therefor 19 c,ents per pound, or U.S.'. oi nts t'.it test, tflghcut tet,,W0, orcarn I9.M: lowest test, 3.C0, crenm 1LTO; average test i.iiii, cream 1D.17; gaui la per cent The republican caucus wilch was hold laet i huisday . veiling ndopted h rcsnltitlon ro pudlating tho temperntK' plank of tho Stat,, platform utd Instructing its nonilnesj If elected In net lu acnordanci tin lewith, R, h, Bruce was nominated by the demo cratlc caucus ns thulr candidate for town representative Judgo L, E W'alUiust', becoming dlssallslled with cold shower bal lis. tiled iioinluntJoii pu, Miiuda) as a cb nu nt i uidldatt for ti wn r presmita tlve- Tho old Home uuk mass meeting J. W MfiAUS SILK : WAISTS : and SILK WAIST I SUITS a - - - 4 4 4 --.-.- J One line of Black Taf t feta Waists, beautifully i tucked and hemstitched. in entirely new effects, all t lined with black percaline I and with the latest lull t nu IT sleeve as -i t"7 0 : ff. ."..$3.48 Also a few Silk Shirt Waist Suits sample of $ what will follow. Dainty enough for a queen. Prices I moderate enough for anyone. See these and the oth- er new things in our Ready-to-Wear Department. ; - --4-4 - - - ; THE J. W. HcAUSLAN CO. F. G. S AFFORD, Manager. 4 - -4-4- 4 4-4-4 4 - 1 ntendrd. Reminiscences, sin or b, s, sinking, ' ete., formed the progr.i unie. Miss D.ii-v D.i linn iniu 'i to the nleasuie nf .-ill Tin male qunrtetle iiaNtcd in tlm service. Mts Fannie Bi.well nf Uurliriglnn is stopping v. ill! be. .-iMer. Mr--. A. M. Hndgdnn - l Miss .lull. i Fish' r is suffering from ton-'ilt-I tis. Mi.-s Harriet Fisher Is eamning 'it I i' - i in l,i I.e. T. 1 f. (Jsgnnd took In the e 1 1 1 .-ioti to Ausable Cluii-ni Mmul i Tl , linuii Templars entertained Mai hi,;d' , 1., dge and Grand Chief Templar Clviuivy Ii llidudnii last Tluir-da night Tin t i. . 1 lug was very large ami rfuei f ssftil At th r. pulillenn caucus nf tho lltli M. I). W iU ren ivtd the uomlnatiim on a b. lint nf in Ti fur II. Osmond, oppn-ing candidate II G. '- ilbams wn In Bnst'n iivi r Sunuay i n business J. A. Farrington has l.c-n drawn as grand juror, and S. B. I'.lmlgett and A. A. l'errv as petit jurors for the , next term of tho Washington County , Court. SOUTH BARRE. W. II. Pctln has sold his house tn Geo. Wheeler of Barre Mr. and Mrs. Hunt i;ruiff,,s visiting In Waterburs and Middlesex and nro expected to letu.n this 1 Wl U.A y. A(1,,lllfs 0'f a,Plblliy Contio celebrated his Sli d birthday, August 11, at j,s iinuchter's. M,. Alma Geoig . About children and grand-children w prcs- cut. PLAI N FIELD. H. P. Martin, AVarren Fllleld and O. I. Martin went to Danville, on Tuesday lu visit the linkiiut farm II. A. Kinlsb n sold his household goods tit auitimi tie first of tho week and Intends to start tu 'California with his family snnn. Mis. i'rank Iloyt still remains critically til The republicans nominated Aich Bate, el der as candidate for representative. M: -. Justlna Kent and daughter Mabel visited at O. L. Martin's the tlrst of the week. V republican rally was held on the cnninnm on W'-diii-sday eenlim, which was largely! attendi d. WINDSOR COUNTY, BETHEL. The Rev. W. II. Byder of Gloucesti r, Mass.. who is spending" the summer vaca tion with G. II. Tapper, officiated at tho Univcrsalist Chinch Sunday. About ljo petsona lrom lln, nester came down on a special train Sunday morning tu take part In the service Tho Rev. W. 11. Da- xis. Congregational minister of Spilngfleld, Mass., Is visiting Ins brother, E. A. Davis, and with his brother visited their old home at Chelsea during Old Home Week Hoy L. Strums and fannlv of Spring ileld are visiting hH parents, Mr. mil Mrs. A. K Steams. Seott Brown has .secun d employment in the interne asylum at Wor cester, Mass. -Miss Nellie llarty of West ford, foimerly a toucher In the high school. Is visiting friends in town Mia. Walter Baker and son ot Boston, Mn.-n., ale vlit ing V. F. Baker -Mrs. John Rnurke and children, who have been spi nding the sum mer with Mrs. E A. Davis, havo returned to their home at Arlington, Mass. Mrs. WP1 Stearns and i hildren trotn Medfuid. Mass., arc visiting Mrs. C. C. Stearns. Miss Mary W llsoii. who has been in Ros toii the last thr, . months, retuitnd bom Monday A union republl. an-ileniocratic Justlie ticket has been tiled lu tho town clerk's ottlce, containing the sum- names as at the last election with ihe sub-t Itutlon of A. A. Stmis for John Booih Nathan Prnnock of SomerxilU', Jlass., aged Sx years, and formerly a resident ot this place, Is visiting Mrs. C. C. Steams. Miss Julana Sylvestir. Mr. nnd Mrs. D. M. Cl.ingh and Mr.- Hun let Sanders spent last week ut Rtu luster. UnPUCCTTD IIUUIIUUI Llll Thete will be ,i high lleonse rally liPro Saturday night and Mr. Frank Balloy from Montpeller will sp-ak.- Dr. Chaffeo has retuin-il to his wiik. Rlliuul Smith was in Brandon Sun.l.v . Mr. Cutler has re- turned to his l 'iidnees In Boston. Mass About 12 of the boarders at tho Obi Homo have dt parti d. Will Campbell and his family havo returned to thoir homo In Napoleon, Ohio Scott Tower, wlfo and two little boys from TunbrldKo lire visit- lug at John Tower s The (Jutlng club go to Lake Diintnoie tm wick The trnm ran to cBthel Sunday.--The remains of Mrs. T.iggart weui brought here lor burial Sunday. Servlics wcie Inid at the icsl- denro ot Isaac Hubbard Mis, Henry Goodwin of Ronton, Mass., has been heie a few days xlsltlug her sister, Mrs. T. P Mnrtin Mrs. l.nttinier has bun in Rethtd a few weeks Ruins Clnlds lioni 11111- boro Bridge. NT. II. . has been at the Home -Leslie Pl-rce has gone t Old the 1. Whlto mountains.-Mr and Mi s r Mai till and Mr. and Mrs. lo C uly ,,.il daughter. Dorothy Oudy, from Bitiui wire at 1 Wire al I ! .iuiiuub duiiuii). n.-.. . mond from New ..rk city N Iioro visiting her sister, Mrs. Edgcrton. 11. Martin's Sunday. Mrs. Ar- DOORS, WIND0WS7 BLINDS AND GLASS. ' Wc 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 tint wc give to large ones. Our prices are low We guarantecall work. MORGAN BROS., Pioneer Shops, - Burlington, V - LAN COM PANY I IN STOCK TO-DAY, the I first showing of Silk Waists for j j this fall season. There are X j many styles and different quali- I I ties. We mention here two j leaders to introduce the stock. j The prettiest lines we have ever $ shown and prices the most rea- J sonable. t 4.4 4-4 4.4,44.4 . .4..-4.v4 4 t 4 Another number in both t black and colors of a fine I -1 - A i'j 'r r T rraue, goou weigm lai- feta, lined with color to f match waist. The trim- mings and finish entirely t j t i, T I lltw a,,u VLI nuuusume. j sUM I 4-4-4-4 4 i - 4---4 - -4-4-4-4. 4-4 tf) f U t - ( H 4 4- SOUTH ROYALTON. Albert Merrill has sold his I Drew nf lirure.- li ,1m ' i.i b y, ol Wftb'ir.i. M- i wuek in Tunl r, ' , -' , Jlt, lll.l llen'i , . . 1 Tiinbridg" mi S ii i ' J. II Durk." '- Pt 1 I-' in t.. Air. r . M . C t t i I z v I : r .y i i i e Ii I .-4 moved awa v 1 i -1 1. tn i p i Nil I'.' 't M Tl. . M I i'l.. - PI i. I I I II T 1 '1 !i tie; In', I I White I I llnt-i I 1111' ' HI , :.! en I , .if. ! g 1 tin e 1-1 lltlpl , . l-.iu.il M i nt-. .Mr i 7'- i.i, -d Mil - M 1 1 - 1 T f 1 !) - - . sp' nt H i ,1 Ml- I'e ,t , ,'nt Si .rvin H II i. - llti"g h - , '.Mi-- M . ' No ,1 V .' I 1 s M. ' inm- i ' a -1 - Mi-- . i v t nil.. I t"'ir 1 1 stf -. 1.. ' I " N I '.,, ,. I r t , X ,ru 't M " t 1 " t - I ' 1 I g- Mi- , v - I t i . ' i a v t ,i i ' I . f r . . i -i . j- , i I1..S A j tl. i s- i U , io- iJ. 'i . ,1 - s, i n"ti . a-i .'. ' . j r a Al, x . " in. in i t.u V . lii, , 1 W.o, I 1 liint r i ' lxr a .ii. t a ,'..i 1 -' w. - I i 3 lb , t , 1 of 1 d Mi r. . ''ill M .s. tie pie, 1. l.itt" II I I' in I: in, I ,'t w,.rth h -M-irtm i' '1 w 'k fmni on S i ' ut , tur.'. .I i Miss I-il e at re - Di ,i M- - w - i 1- , , e i'l 11 -t- at f K. . t ll'l eil t . tl , . ' i ii Mr- .1 -.1 i to l-it I,, i itn tin re h i- Mass Mis iry SI - win n Snti, in M d Mi" win. I I' , tor 1 it 1 ni ,,i , IMS M. p , V "1 (IP It ' " Ml 1 ceen ' S p : rns homo d .p 1. i- icturned fr READING. W . trip. t'r t .wn ed August l"th. at h. .-"ii in - aw, O. S. Randall. ties ,r i out two months. I .lul -.'. :-10 on tho tarm whicl b. . ii liH linme. Mr. Stearna wi e -i '; i l-i t ge family of whl - l a ,.n- son living Di - Winchester, Mass - r. Ch ni Stoari M is in ' II k' ar 1 ..; ,.ii i .iinn ' i k l 1 S-Vi'll , ' . I if S. 'I ' u V 'I , Sir W il ,m ii - - : n ndf.i 1 1 r , i i i l'i i thr. ' - , .1 ,ti ,;i being a n I li V 1 K b K Si, lt i 1 nniugtri. I i n'.v M ir!.ih S' J.il" St-ne Colin lila who i im Bur . r. . d t Wife . 1 J if. Minn Mi-nil- M 1. a cfil Iiit iy. and 1- 1 1 vcr in i!., : i . four di.. ii : s George . Ni ', K.U- M, p , . ,, ndall i ! lehvl l''U i' II. Hi- aN.i mi li n .1 . NI. hols wn. . W 'lit. ollil. -f W,st o' ,y Mm died in Is' '-audchildren and .i.i. a little sen of Dr. ui chuklo, Minn F. I three childrun of Oi N. re II .- I'l ill ir.d w If-of South Ashbui W. 1'. Iiatt nf Gardner, Miss Held nf Ixeene. N. 11., ajid Mm Amnlen wero guests of Mrs. I on Old Homo Day. Ira H.itho n In. N. V., a native of this tow. guest of R. M. N-w ton ov or Old ll" Mr. Locke of Lexmaton, Man ng his vaiatl.m with his fa mi summer home In Feb hille..M i- j of Lexington, Mass., w ho has it ng several weeks with her i Lei ke has n turned home A de i l'-i of Lunenhurg. Mass., visite at v c Moise's last week Mis-s Floia An i Windsor and Mr. and Mrs Ba e- H I.nnl were r. ient guests at O I' Si win's Miss Anna Burnet of I'n-t In guest of Mrs. Esther mum - I 1 it . and Mrs. Kotcoo of Eiifleld, X II n guests of their daughter, the R, v M -s H. G. Rob. o-'I he Rev. T Boseoe 1 1 1, N. II. , preached In tho I niversalist tiuir at 1 elchville last bunday. 1 he r. i 11. Wells of Urthel Is a KUesl at M: Slay ton's Wade Ke and wife m P. st , are at Genrgo D luirnham's Mr. V ash burn of Woodstock is visiting hi? l V. Washbuni Mrs. Kate White, Mrs. Luclnda Clark and F. II. Clark ml 'i i. il enmo to town for Old Home D i" tin', ty Edsnn has tnken a trip tn Mis- , lu. relts Mrs. Nutting of Springtbld bnsls.cn, xi-iting her daugliter. Mrs. o. S II. 1 I - -Mr. and Ml IMwird lusher of Rut mil are guests at X Ii. Sawyer s Utls t iw j r of Sharon visited Mrs. Finnces Sawver last week Miss K Sawyer has taker ,i trip to Sharon. -Mr Now Ion and r unity went to riymouin on aluray, n m ry '"i u""H' ''ay m irai unni.-.nr- huku - - - -- - - ?' children of Windsor have b. e.i vli "g relatives here. VISll- IV