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HERALD AND NEWS. JULY 23, 1903.
NATIONAL WHITE RIVER BANK, Bethel, Vt. W. B. C. Stickney, Pres., CAPITAL. $100,000. A. A. Brooks, We solicit the accounts of corporations and Individuals. Careful attention given to all business entrusted to os, and every accommodation extended con sistent.with good banking. WE HAVE A SAVINGS DEPARTMENT in which the deposits are secured by double the capital and surplus. DIRECTORS, A. A. Ebooejj, W. B. C. Bticksev, J. o. Bklksap, Bethel Local Intelligence. Gcr Wilson, Local Editor. My photo studio will be closed during August and 1 will be occupied doing outdoor photography. W L. lirabam, Bethel, Vt. Park Wight returned to Windsor Satur day. Will Blodgett is clerking for L. M. Heath. Dr. E. J. Child was in Woodstock and Taftsville last week. The first loads of granite over the new road came down Tuesday. Miss Florence Kimball of Waterbury is a topping with B. C. liogers. The furniture of the late Nelson Ellison was sold at auction Saturday. The late Houire Bowen left a w ill nam ing Koliert Noble as executor. Mrs. Albert Noves, son and daughter of Brandon are visiting Miss May Blossom. I, p. Wvnn is moving bis village resi dence to his farmhouse on the old Uilmore farm. Mrs. itattie Waite of Barre visited her niece, Mrs. 11. B. l.ease, several days last week. Birdsell Brooks and Frank Lyman were at home from Hardwick the first of this week. Squire Bowen died at his home Saturday Ht the age of kT, the funeral being held Monday. Mrs. Josie M. Osgood has gone to Con cord, N. 11., to care for her aunt, w ho is critically ill. Mrs. A. L. Reams left yesterday for a trip to Springfield, Vt., to visit her son, Hoy Stearns. Fred Young has commenced work on the new house which is being built by Lynn Chadwick. M isa Surah Khett. who has been visit ing at Mrs. J. J. Wilson-, went to Bur lington last week. Mr. and Mrs. E.A.Sargent are absent on a vacation in New York stale and western Vermont. Julius Messer and family of Rochester stopped with the family of J. O. Sargent several days last week. Ben Washburn has made arrangements for entering the freshman class at Dart mouth college this fall. MiHS Annie Haves and Miss M. Mc K night of Philadelphia are visiting at Mrs. M. E. Harrington's. Miss Kate Cole returned Monday from a two weeks' visit with friends at Con cord and Penacook, N. H. A. L. Cady ioined his wife at Groton last week. Will liogers taking his place in the store during bis absence. Bob Kimball is taking the place of his brother, John Kimball, in his father's store during his brother' vacation. There are letters at the Bethel post office unclaimed, addressed to Domeiiier Costa, Luna Proctor. Mrs. W. A. Sanborn. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Martin were in Rochester Wednesday to attend the fune ral of Mrs. O. L. Greeley, sister of Mrs. Martin.' E. N. Stackpole and daughter were called to . Potsdam, N. Y'., Tuesday by the death of the aged mother of Mr. Stackpole. Koliert Noble, guardian of Samuel Wil son, has sold the old home farm of Mr. Wilson on the Koehester mountain road to Frank Wilson. Station Agent Carr reports the sale of seventy tickets from this station to Harnutn and Bailey's circus Monday at White Kiver Junction. Mrs. tieorge I. Abbott and daughter, Miss.Mollie, started on Tuesday for a three weeks' visit at Northfield, Mass., Albany, N. Y'., and Rutland. Rev. Frank Paige and Mrs. Paige re turned to sipringtield, Vt., Monday, after spending six weeks with Mrs. Sayles Hoisington, sister of Mrs. Paige. J. R. Oodschock of Elizabeth, N. J., Mrs. Earl Pearce of Ashunet, Mass.. and Miss Isabel Frazier of Fall River, Mass., are recent arrivals at E. E. Cushman's. The committee having in charge the soldiers' reunion at Silver Lake, Barnard, August litth. have engaged the services of the Green Mountain baud of Randolph for the dnjs The owners of the Bethel sh.te shop building have recently been extending the system of automatic fire protection upon the roof and putting on a new smokestack. Rev. F. W. Bartlett of Salem, Mass., formerly rector of St. Mary'a church at Northfield, is to take charge of the Episcopal parishes at Bethel and Koyal ton during the month of August. Mrs. F. P. Hunt and three children of Chippewa Falls. Wis., arrived in town yesterday and are staying with Mrs. B. C. Rogers, sister of Mrs. Hunt. They expect to remain East about two months. Movements are on foot lookingtowards the celebration of Old Home Sunday at the I'niversalist church August ltith. It is exix-cted that the sennon will ie preached by Rev. R. A. Greene of Lowell. Mass. The Woodbury Granite company has received this week a ISO-horsepower engine to be used at the new cutting shed. G. 11. Bickford of Hardwick, the ' general manager of the company, was in town lest week looking over progress made. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Wallace arrived from Boston Monday and are at bis father's. E. E. Wallace's. The close confinement of his work, in Boston does not agree with the health of Mr. Wallace and be is takings vacation by the advice of bis physician. The condition of Mrs. H. K. Wing, who haa been quite ill for ttie past lnontn. remains about the same. The family physician, Dr. O. G. Cilley of Boston, was in town last Saturday in consultation with Drs. Greene about the case. Her aister, Miss Mabel Littlefield, returned to Boston Saturday and Monday ber sister, Mrs. Duer, arrived. There was hearing before Com missioners C. D. Cushing and B. G. Bundy Mondav in Cushing ball on the estate of John Marshall Shaw. Claims were pre sented sea mat the estate amounting to (out fltsin. A portion of the creditors were represented by J. D. lenison of Randolph and a portion by M. M. W ilson of Randolph and John J. Wilson of Bethel. E. M. Weston, C. D. Cushing and G. H. Tupper have been apjKtinted a com mittee pursuant to the vote at the last annual meeting of the Whitcomb High Vice Pres., E. A. Davis, Cash. - SURPLUS. $22,000. J. K. Ttppeh, E. A. Davis. school district to examine the matter of a new school building, cost, etc. They are to report at an adjournment of the annual meeting to be held the first Tues day in August. Mrs. Rollm M. Adams died in Boston July 14th of Bright's disease after an ill ness lasting since last December. The interment was in Forest Hill cemetery in Boston. Mrs. Adams was a Boston lady a niece of the late Kev. 8. A. Parker Bethel. She is survived by husband an a vounir son. w bo are now visiting in low with Mrs. Wm. II. Adams, mother of Bol tin Adams. A nartv of Bethel young ladies have taken the cottage of C. W. Marston Silver lake for a few davs. A portion them went into camp Saturday and others went un Monday. me party inciuaes Misses Ethelvn Heath. Pauline Read Kate Kascom. Grace Tupper. Mary Wash burn, Lizzie Kimball, Grace Rogers, Ethel Foss and Eva Gay of Uoston ana tinny Bradley of Newport, K. l. Faber Benedict ia engaged in building a dam on the brook that crosses bis farm. The location-is a few feet above the nublic highway. Mr. Benedict ex pects to get a forty-feet fall and will utilize the itond made for trout raising and will use the power for electric lights in tlie House ana ior ariving me ma chiuerv used for milk separating, thresh' ing. etc. The base of the dam is a stone wall laid solid in cement on bed rock. To Cure a Cold In One Day. Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money if they fail to cure. E. W. Grove's signature is on each box. 25c. 8T0CKBRIDGE. W. C. Mason. D. M. D.. w ill reoiten dentHl office in Gavsville, Vt. Open from 2 p. m.. Mondav. Julv SI, to Tuesday p. in July '.!, only. Former patients esjteciaUy invited. it w Fred Neff spent Sunday in Granville. L. A. Chamberlain was in Barnard Mon day. Mrs. Saulger is very sick at the home of Joseph Lubar. Maurice Luce spent Sunday at Orin Neff's in Bethel. Mrs. Ira Buck of Rochester visited at A. E. Baker'i lately. Mrs. Morse and son, Selwin, recently visited in Salisbury. Willis Boutwell of Rochester was at L. A. Chamberlain's Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Baker spent sev eral days in Bethel last week. A. E. Ferris of Burlington is visiting his daughUr, Mrs. K. L. Lawrence. Mrs. Houston and daughters of Plym outh are visiting relatives in town. Miss Bemis of Glens Falls, recently spent several days at r. C. Baker a. Bert Manning of Starksboro has been visiting friends and relatives in town. Mrs. Frank Bowen of Bethel called on ber friend, Miss Alts Chamberlain, last weeK. Miss Lena Boutwell spent several days .i I I . C!n..U SI. recetiuy Hi uer uuijjv iu puum oiw. bridge. Two Bottles Cured Him. "I was troubled with kidney complaint for about two years," writes A. H. Davis of Mt. Sterling, la., "but two bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure effected a permanent cure." D. O. Goodno, Rochester; Frank C. Batchellor, Braintree. SOUTH 8T0CKBRIDGE. Elwin Ranger and bride of Rutland ere at John limit's last week. Miss Mary Boutwell was at Mrs. Marcia Longley's a few days last week, sewing. The family of Eugene Page, foreman at the mill in Angel Town, ia visiting him. Mrs. Louisa M. Burnham and grand daughter. Miss Kate Thayer, visited in Bridgewater last week. Mrs. E. M. Parker has so far recovered from her recent Illness as to be about the house. Her aister, Miss Maine White, has gone heme. Working Night and Day. The busiest and mightiest little thing that ever was made is Dr. King's New Life Pills. These pills change weakness into strength, listlessness into energy, brain-fag into mental power. They're wonderful in building up the health. Onty 25c. per box. For sale by Drew & Leonard, Randolph. EAST BETHEL. Mrs. H. J. Abbott of Brookfleld, who has been visiting friends in this vicinity, is now in Randolph. W. H. Wright of Groton, Mass.. is at his farm in this place to help with the haying and to put in a silo. Master Phil Jones of Haverhill, Mass., came Monday to stop for a time with his aunt, Mrs. O. W. Brockway. Lucius Blodgett of Randolph and Mrs. L. E. Jones of Candler, Fla., were at Fayette Greene's Wednesday and Thurs day of last week. F. E. Bryan Will Buy It Back. Y'ou assume no risk when you buy Chamberlain's Colic.Cbolera and DiarrhceVi Kemedy. f. t. firyan wilt refund your money if you are not satisfied after using it. It is everywhere admitted to be the most successful remedy in use for bowel complaints and the only one that never fails. It ia pleasant, safe and reliable. LILLIEVILLE. Several from this place attended Squire Bowen s funeral. L. P. Bullard has been quite ill the past week. Dr. O. D. Greene attended him. Mrs. Emma Cloran and Master Clarence visaed at her brother'a, Elmer Stoddard's, recently. Rev. and Mrs. Paw returned to their home imSpringfield Monday, after spend ing several weeke with their sister, Mrs. Hattie M. Hoisington. No False Claims. The proprietors of Foley's Honey and Tar do not advertise this as a "sure cure for consumption." They do not claim it will cure thia dread complaint in advanced cases, but do positively assert that it will cure in the earlier stages and never fails to give comfort and relief in the worst cases. Foley's Honev and Tar is without doubt t he greatest t hroat and lung remedy. Re- luse substitutes. urew leonard. Kan- dolphjW m. J. Fargo, Randolph Center. BROOKFI ELD. Lamson o( Barre was at home John Sunday. John Ditty of Windsor is at the home of his brother, Eri Ditty. Mrs. Stougbton, mother of Mrs. George Hall, is making ber a visit. T. Calagan bad an attack of sickness last week, but is convalescing. Charles Crocker of Maiden, Mass., is visiting his brother, Henry Crocker. Dr. Ellis went to Burlington on Monday with s patient from West xiruoklleld. Justus Batchelder of Montwlier was in town last week, visiting bia parents. Mrs. EUen Wheatley of New Haven, Conn., is with ber sister, Mrs. Andrew Edson. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wheatley of New Y'ork city are boarding at William Dark a. Mr. and Mrs. are with Mrs. Solomon Smith. George Heath of Bethel Heath's mother, Mrs. The W. R. C. will have a social Friday afternoon at Mrs. Jennie Haggett's. All arecordially invited. Miss Wilbur of Brooklyn, N. Y.. a teacher in the public scboois, is boarding with Mrs. Ellen Dewey. Mr. and Mrs. George Panton came home Saturday from a visit to different places in Massachusetts. Herbert A. Padgett, a nephew of Rev. R. H. Abercrombie, of Stoueham, Mass., is visiting at the parsonage. Mr9. H. M. Booth and son and two nephews, with Miss Wurm of Bridgeport, Conn., are visiting Mrs. Fannie Fullam. There will be S social at tbe Second Cong'l church next week under the auspices of tbeC. E. society. It will be held on Thursday evening, July 30. Don't forget "A Gilded Y'outh" at the town hall this Thursday evening, July 23. j This bright and sparkling three-act com- I edy, presented by George Chase and his special company, is full of fun from start to finish. The cast includes Louis Booth. James L. O'Neil, Pauline Read, Eva Gay and George Chase. Resolutions. Whereas, our Heavenly Father, who rules in mercv and love, bag called from earth Sister Emma A. Ford. Rksolved, That the members of Henry F. Freeman Relief Cortis sincerely mc urn the loss of a faithful and beloved member, one w ho was ever loyal to the interests of this Corps. Kksolvkd, J bat we extend tne sym thy of this Corps, to th jse who are ..ercft of a loving ife and mother. Kkmilvkd, That a copy of these resolu tions be sent to tbe family, that they be spread npon tbe records of this Corps and that they be published iu the Hehald and News. Lorisn W . Clark, ) Sarah Ficnk, Com. Sarah F. Fvllam, J Hives are a terrible torment to the little folks, and to some older ones. Easily cured. Doau's Ointment never fails. In stant relief, tiermanent cure At any drug store, 50 cents. EAST BROOKFIELD. Seth McNorton left last Saturday for a visit to friends in Hartford, Sharon and Pom fret. John W. Sprague returned last Saturday from s week s visit to bis grandmother, Mrs. A. B. Smith, of Northfield. . Frank L. Pea body, after a three weeks' visit with relatives here, left last Saturday for bia work aa a machinist at Hyde 1'ark, Mass. Twelve neighboring ladies met by Invi tation with Mrs. Frank Richardson last Thursday afternoon and apent the after noon in packing quilts, ice cream ana cake constituted tbe refreshments, and the ladies greatly enjoyed the revival of tbe old time "quilting party." Let the good work of reviving tbe substantial pastimes of our pioneer women, the genuine "Colo nial Lanies," go on. . Distinguished Visitors. Capt. Samuel E. Paine of Xenia, III., and hia noted son, t be author, Albert Bige- low Paine of New Y'ork City, were here last week, registered at W. F. Medial Is. And while the captain is gracefully carry ing the burden of nearly lour-score years. yet his ready wit, good humor and genial disposition, together with his elastic step. nis unusually well preserved stature and :)hvsiuue, give one the impression that in bis case tbe natural declivity of man bad been suppressed and a new lease of life granted him. Truly it is a pleasure and n inspiration to visit this venerable gen tleman, and all w hose good fortune it has been to meet bun during bis biennial visits to this place, bis boyhood home, have come to regard and speak of him as tbe "Grand Old Man" from Illinois. And the son, w ho is well known in a way to all readers of the Century maga- ine, Is like his tatber, a gentleman or rare personality, and while this is tis first isit to erniont, neing an astute student of nature, he finds here in East Brook Held t tract ions of especial interest to him, and he says it would afford him great pleas- re to bring his family here, to the "land of his fathers," tor an annual midsummer outing. W e wish to assure these gentlemen and 11 other Brookfieldites through tbe col- ni ns of the press that a hearty welcome ever awaits them and their kin, whenever ,1 a i :.... . . . l . . . . mr, may uuu II con, cu.eu . , ta.t nd review tbe baunta ana scenes ol tneir: youth. Card of Thanks. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Trask desire to ex press their heartfelt appreciation and sin cere thanks to the Christian Endeavor society and their many friends who have rendered aid during the long illness of Mrs. Trask. No Pity Shown. "For years fate was after me continu ously" writes F. A. Gulledge. Verbena, Ala. "1 had a terrible case of Piles causing tumors. nen all tailed tsucklen a Arnica Salve cured me. EijuaUy good for burns and all a. bes and pains. Only '25c tor sale by Drew a Leonard, Randolph WEST BROOKFIELD. George Rand of Barre is visiting at N. Sumner's. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. West visited in Beth el last Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Ida' Mann and daughters, Georgie and Beatrice, visited at Aldea Boyce 'a this weeic. Miss Nellie Rising of Tunbridge visited her grandmother, Mrs. Wm. Rennie, re cently. Eddie Boyce went to the Marv Fletcher hospital Monday for an operation for ap pendicitis. A Surgical Operation is always dangerous do not submit to the surgeon's knife until you have tried De W itt'a Witch Hazel Salve. It w ill cure when everything else fails it has done this in thousands of cases. Here is one of hem: I suffered from bleeding and pro truding piles for twenty years. Was treat ed by different specialists aud used many remedies, but obtained no relief until I used DeWitfs Witch Hazel Salve. Two boxes of thia salve cured me eighteen month ago and I have not bad a touch of the piles since. H. A. Tisdale, Summer ton, S. C. For blind, bleeding, itching and protruding pile no remeoy eipuals DeWitt a Witch Hazel Salve. SoldbvJ. A. Chedel, Gaysville; E. I. Claflin, East Braintree. . , Ladies' hair work. Mrs. H. H. Bas 157 Dudley btn Box bury, Mass Rochester News. E. M. Habvet, Local Editor. Henry Livermore of Hopkinton, X. YM is visiting in town. Mrs. C. E. Claflin of Bethel was In town the first of the week. Mrs. Louisa Martin has gone to West more for a short stay. Miss Lucy Hitchcock of Leicester is the guest of Mrs. F. A. Kezer. Miss Sarah Downs of Northfield la with her parenta for a few daya. Mrs. Mary Fester of Burlington ia here with friend's for a few daya. C. E. Townsend is spending his two weeks' vacation at hia borne. Mrs. Hattie Waite ol(Harre was the guest Friday of Mrs. P. C. Tinkhaui. Several from here attended the circus at White River Junction Monday. Miss A. E. Carr of Boston is spending the summer at the Beechood. Miss Bessie Wisell has gone to her home in Warren for two weeks. Burnie Kidder spent Sunday with bis uncle, H. J. Kidder, at Hartford. Miss Bessie Shepard is spending her va cation with friends in Northfield. Dr. Bella's Concert company is holding forth at tbe G. A. K. hall tins ween, Mrs. O. D. Greene of Bethel has been visiting her aunt, Mrs. J. K. Tupper. Mrs. Herman Joerg of Brooklyn is boarding w ith Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gil ford. Sylvester Tavlor ia visiting hia sisters, Mrs. V. M. Hubbard and Mrs. G. L. Bride. Elwin Gage of Lynn, Mass., is spending the summer with nis aunt, Mr, 11. i Kidder. Mrs. George Trask entertained a few of ber friend on w eduesday afternoon and evening. Maud Esdale of Somerville, Mass., is with Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kidder for the summer. Miss Hilda Johnson has returned from Montelier, where she Jiad been visiting ber uncle. Mrs. Jane Day of Minneapolis, Minn., is visiting her cousin, Mrs. G. W, Angell, for a week. Mrs. Myra Guernsey has gone to Stock bridge to spend a few weeks ith Mr. and Mrs. Baker. J. G. Ashley and son, lester, of South Kovalton spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Pierce. Fred Huntington and son. Carl, of Ran dolph are at George Musher's for a week or ten days. Mrs. C. A. Lasher of Westmore has re cently been tbe guest of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Harvey. Miss L. H. Hitchcock is training a class of voung people fur a silver medal contest to te held July 31. A.J.Martin of Brentwood, L. I., was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. I. T. Hubbard tlie first of the week. Mises Grace and Gcorgiana Carr from Melrose, Mass., are hoarding at the Beech wood for a few weeks. B. F. Bowman of Randolph was In town last week in the interest of the G. A. R. excursion to California. Dr. and Mrs. C. P. Holden and daugh ter, Lillian, of Melrose, Mass., came Fri day to spend the summer. Mr. and Mra. Harry Henry of New Y'ork city are at tbe bonie of tneir mother, Mrs. Maggie Henry, for two weeks. Mrs. Charlotte Ieonard and daughter, Nellie, of Gavsville spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Martin. Misses Lucy and Helen Tavlor of t hicago. 111., are spending a few davs at the home of Mr. and Mra. I. T. Hubbard Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Cutter and daughter. Esther, of liedbam, Ma., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Campbell for two weeica. Mrs. H. F. Woods apent two daya with friends in Bethel last week. Miss Lelia Cashing returned home w ith ber to spend a raw aays. There wlU be no prearbing at M. E. church next Sunday morning. Sunday school and League service will be held at tne uaual hours. Dr. and Mrs.' Mavo of Northfield and ur. ana airs, iioss oi Norwich, who were taking a carriage drive through this vi cinity, called on frienda her Friday. Remember the handkerchief and apron sale Wednesday afternoon. July 34, at tbe M. t. church parlors. Supiier will be served aa usual, with ice cream and cake. Rev. and Mrs. I. 8. Y'erka and daughter aueiineti iiie preacnera meeting at Ran dolph this week and from there will go to St. Albans Bay to spend Sunday with friends. Mr. and Mra. Clarence Messer and daughter of Humboldt. Iowa, who had been visiting at J. C. Messer s, have re turned home. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Messer accompanied them to Bethel. Dr. and Mrs. Harry Chaffee of Worces ter, Mass.. M iss Esther Clark of Buffalo. N.Y., and Mrs. William Workman and son of Det roit, Mich., are with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Chaffee for a few weeks. The sad newa of the death of Mra. Geo. Greelev reached Rochester Monday even ing. Her remains were brought home Tuesday, accompanied by Mr. Greeley and j . . . . . . ,,, inr. tuu tura. r. i. aianm. iaf lamni Mr. Manning and daughter. Mr. and Mra. Knight of Norwich, Conn., Misse Adam of Westport, Conn., A. W. Love- ioy of Lowell, Mass., Harry Green of iaverhill, Mass., and Mrs. E. P. Jose of Boston are at lh home of Mr. and Mra. E. L. Pierce. On Thursday evening, July 30, the mem bers of the Cong'l church will confer to- f ether on "Doing Business on Christian rinciple." Anyone interested in "Chris tian Commercialism ta tiivitvd to be pre ent. The third aspect of the "Life of Christ as Lived Among Men," under the theme, "Christ in the Church," will be discussed by tbe pastor. Rev. 11. W. Hil dreth. next Sunday morning, July th, All w ho welcome and work fur an increas ing usefulness of tbe church of Christ are welcome to worship w ith us. EAST R0XBURY. Creamery patron received 22c. for June butter. George Hand from Barre waa in town Saturday. Rov and Winifred Fos visited in Brook field F'riday. Sidney Rand Irotr Barre was In town last week Wednesday. Miss teed Buck was with friend in Brookfield a part of last week. Mrs. F. O. Allen spent several dava last week wit a ner mot tier in h rook field. George Foss has sold his stage wairon and purchased a new one of E. Howe. Etbel Brooks from Granville la with her parents at t . u. Alien s tor a few weeka. Carl Thayer returned to bis work for the Clogston brothers in W iliiamstown Sun day. Mrs, E. E. Blanchard and son. Paul. from Cambridge, Mass., are at L. W. Blan- cbard'a. Dora Henrv from Worcester. Mass.. and Mrs. C. H. Holden were guests at G. Foss' Thursday. Roy Foss, who has been stwndinr hia vacation with friends in tomn. returned to hia home in Rochester, N. H.. Saturday. Increase your trade by sell ing Wise Kina- Flour. It'a reliable and uniform Good today, tomorrow or next month. ' i EAST BRAINTREE. Mrs. Eusebia Simonds is at home again D. W. C. Blanchard has been sick the past week. Communion service will be held at WeBt Brookfield cburcb August i. Dr. Stanley M. Blanchard of Montpeiier visited relatives here recently. Jennie Perham returned Saturday from ner visiting trip iu jush.uuwiw. Jacob Litchfield of Springfield stopped over Sunday with his nephew, L. I. Clariin. Mra. John Peavey of Randolph and Miss Maisie Constable visited at Rupert Mann's tnday. Mr. and Mrs. Judson Wicker ol Marl boro, Mass.. came Tuesday to visit hia sis ter, Mrs. tlwin Martin. Glen Thayer was In Northfield Monday to get his "sister, Gladys, w ho had been visiting ber aunt several weeks. Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Gotfln were in town last week, bringing their son Charles, who is slaying at K. J. Flint 'a. The Ladies' Sewing and Mite society will meet in the church basement next Friday afternoon. Supper will be aerved Mrs. Irving Chadwick of Fitchburg, Mass., and Miss Bessie Chadwick of Ran dolph visited airs, it. l. i-erguson Mon day. C. E. meeting next Sunday evening at 7:30. Topic, "A Mission Study of South America,'' Luke 2:25-'S2; leader, Burton A. Flint. Delbert Scribner and Miss Lucy Flint of Randolph were married Saturday evening ov Kev. rt. ll. Aoercromoie at tue come ol Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Boyce. Mra. Marv Ruggles, who is t9 years old, w bb in Randolph one day last week to visit ber nephew, Azro Bovce. and also to do some shopping. She had not been there before for several years. While raspberrving In Bert Farns worth a pasture Friday Mrs. Wakefield and Mrs. Bertha Mann saw two large buck deer. They say they were beauties; but will they lie there in October? RANDOLPH CENTER. Rev. Albert Carswell w ill bold service Grace church Sunday morning at 1U:). The Maplewood presents tjuite a lively appearance as tne summer boarder come in. Rev. L. N. Moody and Dr. Fvans at tended tbe preachers' meeting at Randolph this week. Miss Anzonette Murpbv returned to Northfield last week, where she is making her home for the present. Mrs. Dr. Ketrhum, son and daughter of Connecticut are attending their second ummer at the Randolph House. Mrs. J. Read Pember. w bo has been vfs- iting friends here for two weeks, returned to her home in N oodstock last Mouuav. George R. Morse made hia fannlv a visit Tuesdsv. He was on hia av to New York from Ottawa. here he had been on business. Rev. W. M. Newton of South Hovalton. presiding elder, preached at the Methodist church last Sunday evening to a good- sized audience. (ieorge Murphy and wife, w ho have been visiting here alwiut two weeks, have started for their home in Tacouia, Wash., going by way of the lakes. Rev. (ieorge Gilbert of Hartford, Conn., came here Tuesday and will stay awhile and suierintend the rerirs on the Pember bouse that hia sister, 11 a tlie, fately pur chased. N. L. Boyden received a carload of coal direct from tbe mine last Monday, and the Soiiireand the Normal have their sup ply. There were thirty ton aud it. was drawn iu two day. R0XBURY. R. W. Punsmoor of Burlington spent Sunday in tow n. V. H. Cady wa at borne from Hunting ton over Sunday. Lieut. -Gov. Stanton was in Sharon on a fishing trip last week. Phil Flint ha finished work In Keene, N. 11., and 1 at borne. Miss Blanche Dunsmoor wa at home from Barre over Sunday. Mia Lllen Bagley of Warren is tbe guest of Misa Lditb frisk. The glass blowers finished a week's en gagement in town Saturday night. Mrs. H. P. Worcester is in Northfield caring for ber aister, Mra. Prance W il liams. Mr. Maria Smith, who had been spend ing severs! weeks in Last Bethel, returned to town on inursday. The Sunday school netted about 7 from their supper and ice rream social Wednes day evening of last week. Miss Hattie Wheeler of Braintree inined her aistera last week, it being the first time they had been together fur over five years. Mrs. Lois Wheeler French came last week Monday from Lvnn. Mass.. to attend a vacation with her aister at Fred Wheel er's. Her husband will join ber later. Misa Josephine Wheeler came last week Wednesday to spend tbe day with ber sis tera at Fred Wneeler'a. Mis Wheeler i studying to be a trained nurse at Burling ton. Her many friends here wish her much success. The Date la Fixed. The Burlina-ton Fall Feat ival m ill he held from Aug. 31 to Sept. 6. Ibe organization haa Wn comnleted and the men w ho till the offlcea are well known for their push and energy, in mak ing everything they have a hand" in a auc- cess. fcverytbing la moving along nicely and tbe festival promises to be a huge suc cess, nxtremeiv low rates are to f es tablished on all the linea of railrttad and steamboats, and crowds are expected from ail quarter. In the line of amusements nothing but the best and tbe most novel w ill be en gaged. A Ferris wheel w ill be one of the events at the festival. A rapidly aa the attraction are secured, and the other de tails brought into line, announcements w in te made so that tbe people w ithin a radius of '.HI mile of Burlington may know just w hat to expect w hen the day of the festival is reached. SOUTH RANDOLPH. George Roger ii lufTering from tbe ef feet of the extreme heat of week before last. Mis Olive Fisk of Brookfleld. Mis Fth- el Moulton of Chelsea, Kli Camp and M iss lnei liayward were guest of Mr. and Mra. E. I). Camp last week. Mr. Carlie Hicks, George Rogers' house keejier, is very lirk with measle and 1 under Dr. Scott's care. Mr. George E. Ladd and children of Randolph w ere guests at H. P. hi ford's Friday and Saturday, and Mis Charlotte Ladd as there over Sunday and Monday. A little life may be sacrificed to an hour' delay. Cholera infantum, dvsen- tery, diarrhtea come suddenly. Only safe plan is to nave lr. 1-owlera Extract ot n Ud (straw berry alwava on hand. NORTH RANDOLPH. Mr. Joel Whit in and Roy Poor are both on tie aick list. Kate Cone has aone to Hartford to visit ber brother and family. C. H. Kibhee of t he 1m a. Mass ia visit- ing friends and relatives in town. tteore H. Peck and wife from While River Junction are visiting at Ho hart Peck'a. WHITE ASSwnyl Become the wool, ens and lineriS) and as soft as veil yet without weak-eninLTorshriril,- u - -'viior the fibi rc. rrce labor, hence more r in the iavor, such is ooa r p ot iJcr. lection unlig'ht Small Price Big Value -3 ASK YOUR D CALEB TOR UUipijTty LEGAL NOTICES. License to Sen. ' ESTATE OP JULIETTE f HADWKt STATE OP VERMONT, It, Pr..lr,t. (, m i. "i.f-n niiniiKT. as. V Ht lar:1, (-4 ...... ...... , ,, tivIJij Jitmrft Hutrtiin..!, a.lrnininit... il Jill-ltv ( lii! l k, IHIr of ti IUlri-t, lwt.n.l, uiitkr. 111.1. '"!'!, tt H1 "'!) I.. a I'. arl, f..r I , .rn.e .. all..! v..v r :U'l .Irl'fuM'.l. itUHI-tl In h;,,. Krunor-.., i. an: A D'.li al l V 1 tin tic f K..l..l., farM. ,'"' It tt. Ut Bnj.., rri.r-'iiiuitr Dial llo- ul. :t In lu-t c.aurv t-.r th i-ji.wiichl ..f tt .1,1. 1,-i'cM-a auil (frat'lit utl lu L L'rH.t. Wli.'ivuiMin, It U r.riWf! t.r mi.) sunt ai-i.lu an. .11 I.,, rclvrrcl (.. , ,, . I'V Ii.-lJ Ht 1h? Pr..li;tl. Of!:.-,- i;i .4),i ,,. n 111,. Mih ,lu irf Jtih. A. Ii iu,, 1.. .' HII'l I')1..U I IH-rcli ; H'.il 11 I ( ,r IIihI nil (.crp-U) Inli-rt-st-l .tn i 1 iml.li.allMn i,t notu i.f i,i.l ..ji. it ;ifrfi.ii, nir- --ll !lt l ,-.a- ;r H-Tht-l an.) NVn, a n. i.ji-.-r ..i.. .-'. Kiiiiil'.lpli. in this slt, ntj-l wl.i- i, f r,,, . thf i.t-i. ulH.rti.MMl 01 l (,,.. ini,.r, .in: L, -. tmi- of li.irn.t:. t!it u,,,, H -i.f.. i. ami -U, au.l. it lt.rv r llirn-l... H III C-.urt: AM.--I. U1' w IL1JAM H. Si Hcu. Isj, Notice of Settlement FSTATE OK (.( Olii.K f fcKU.HU STATF I'K I KVuNT. ' Ir, tt.- !- 1 !! 1 tt t t-rttn 1. h. . ! i.. . t.-r iM-tri.-t -i it,,- M ..t , s, -r,-t- K tir k liar... -, . .t -r - f. t Hrifc-'iHtK IE.!' "I R. tl. !-,; n n . s .., -! 't--!.! I -:! , I. -r r;i!iiihatt"tt li1 .1 ti.- t , utl.-!. l.r a .lMT,-. ,.f th.trt'-ur, i. k ;r. t ft.- rtat- ttf khiO ,lt --j-.-.i W ntf-u."H, 11 t i,f-.t.f-f'l I'T " ! f -n tUt i-oiuiit ati.l itil a I il. ali.-i. l- rrtrrr: -M'.ll ut Ml.l t .mrt, ! 1. !.;! Ht !!,. I- orr," in .,hl H.tri."l h i.u tii- rtt. ,it ,t j A. 1. isttl, f.r ItcHrii.tf nix! .to tti.-e it. : atitl 11 U further oo1t-.1, tint U -r. Ierlr.l I'C r)"ftfW.t brrc-!, t v 'i-itu :,. nolle, of .altl ai'i'lii-atioo tttt.t "ot.-r tti-r.tc accks wu.'-j.ivtiv In Hit Hertotl .w l'tt('r iuWttie In Kn.olitt. a 1 ht,fe !m1' In lit? neltf hlMtioHl of tliosr !u!,r:-: tit'torv. aal.t lltlif ttf ht-arltis. Ilutl tttrv bi , at iutii tiuir ana late. antl, 11 ttt-y -r, ut t4.jr, 1 lhcr.tt.. hi lh Court : Attfitt, WII.IIAW H. Nlf H"L. Jult A irue cti of ktor.1 : Att-t ISM 11.1.1AM H. Ml HOW hlf License to Sell. ESTATE OP UEORl.E TARIIELL STATK OP VPBMOST, I In Vt-.t.te C.ton. I! kAKDoira tuaTHlcT aa. tat fcut.'l- il'Q, IB ut fcii.l In-triel, on 111 nth .lay ol Jair. A P lui. W U. vlall. atlutiul.lnt. ttie r.ut of ItrorifpTarltvIl, lain of brlr,to-. 11 t'lslrUI, (tts'astl. Iltitkeii at i tnau- 1 ourl. for l!r.n lo aril all ttf ll.f rl r.tjt. Sl.l rW.ai..l. altual,-l In ' th- t a tiranvlll, ( ountT ,.f AtMia..n; in llitt Int hramtrr. County of Itratte; tti U, T e K.tvailt.u. Ct.untv t Wiii.lt.or, riTf-nf i; g t lh .to.-a ill tt lorin n. utl lo ilir o.r of s U-cpai... W lirfui n. It la ,.rlT.t !t Crt. aal.l ajiilt SMon ! rrlrrt"! to a M-.i,.o it. lo lir lo l.t al Ilia Proluttr ort t . lu m) Hm on atlh tl.v of Julv. A. I. IW1 !,.r b-'f ili'islon tiirrrom alt.t II la further .t-5erv.l titi all t.ertM.iia liitercate.1 Ih notttl,. ln-o-K. I'' lii anon of notu r ..f .ai l a i-ll, aista a. lliron. thrv ntfli ttk't r.. hfli m tt'' a-'"' antl f,, a nea,atrr put l.-l,.-l al 01 llit. Nlalt. an. I a ht. h i-in uiatft lb ttr K lx.rh.MMl , J thoa tnt.-otMt-tl. Lflorr hearuiK. Ilial lltry ma a.-ear al " -1 t a lla". au I, l! Ihfv Mst lauw.tJtfKl itrrrtt Ht lltr tourl Atlr.t, ISM WILUAiH.HKHMJ.Wf Probate of Will. ESTATE OP PRKD E, I BO.S STATE OP VP RMOST, In Pr-.l.ttt' f un aasmtl.rH MSTSlt-T, aa, tat K.m.l"i It. I f m.! lil-trl, I. on Hie Tlh tlay J'-tT, ItaU. an Itt-inmiftit .untrtlnK f tbt U -an.) Tlaiunl of Kr.-. t luiB l' Kuntlolph. In aal.l .ll.tri. , .! I. a.nll lothf Court l. Hell A. ItuH- i' ic" mi ihirrln natutsl. for rf"l.at- II '' l.r aai.1 Court, that all .rraoiia riil tt'J Imp notin.1 to ai'Par al a session -'. !':lt t..lsF hMat the frolutte t . i " RaiMl-rt lh Kill .lay Julv. A Ii, IWJ. ar 1 -h ' anv itary mat have, aaattisl the Prolate will: for ahl. ll partM.se 11 la furl uer oMTe. a copy .a? fhe re ..rl ..f ttila or.!- r ..' t, ; f three weeka auocetlvelr In the Hm1' ' ' " .rtnte. at Kan.Mph. pi-Uoui ...l f-f ' (M.ttnte.1 for heartntc. By Iba Court: Attest. UM WILLIAM H. KirllOLS io-K' A true otpy "f Bet opp Att-f t, WILLIAM H. NK U'lU Jaw Commissioners' Notle. ESTATE OP JVLIETTE CH.Al'ICl Tha nn.1erli.-ne.t. hartna tweo al ;- i"'"1 H. noral.la I'r-.l jte Curl ft ii,t," . Hantlo oh. I oUiuilaal,nera t rir " an.l a.tius ail t'latma an.l tlenian-t- ' at:ain-t Juliette t ltatla u k. late ot K-' salt! dlotru t. tlereaae.1. herein ttlve I. -1 r t'". III meet f.T the turtMM.e til rv.n' It Jt tw allow ttitr aal.l elainia al the Hrtnt.- "f I., i.a ..n t im trt.t H.r ,.r aiiL'.t- . a, from t ovloi k p. nt. until 4 't l. k P 10 a;.,! tUI :i ai :;!!. fr -r A. I. ISuS. I the llute linnle.1 l-r f.-r aal.l t reilltora to i.ee.nt tlteir ci. f, tf eamlnatlon ami allow anre. Itatetl at kautlttjl.lt. Itlia ftMil tHt A. D. IsM. C. R. (iRAMlF.B, r. n.: ii-1'0'"' Ii. L. MARTIN. t Jamea Hul. huiaoa. A.laiiniatrator. Liberation Notice. Kt.tlee ta beret.T alven lhl I " ". Pme-l R. peanut:, hia tlnie f--r tlte r.-n: ' hi. miitorttr I .hall elallu none ol In- ,k mur .lJ.t. eonirai te.! .V h,'ir. t'lr S.mth Raaitolph, Vt., July IS, l-- Estray Notice. A Jetey cow, K.na tit.rna. "' .f. an.l w hite. owner L-aa oave by ad. antl ilie keep H. CLOSsiiN 01 Randolph Center. Vt. REAL ESTATE. Special sale of Cottage H"u Barn, and one acre of land if immediately, to close an estate. JoOO less than it could be bu.lt. t soon or you low it. Other hou farms snd business blocks to A. XI. CTJBH1aJC' Ke Estate Aa-ent. So. Co" " Randolph. Vt. One Rlinute Cough Cure For Cough, Coldf nd Cro"P'