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HERALD AND NEWS, JULY.30,1903.
NATIONAL WHITE RIVER BANK, Bethel, Vt.
W. B, C. Stickney, Pres., A. A. Brooks, Vice Pres., E. A. Davis, Cash.
CAPITAL, $100,000. - SURPLUS, $22,000.
We solicit the accounts of corporations and individuals. Careful attention
given to all business entrusted to us, and every accommodation extended con
sistentwith good banking.
WE HAVE A SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
in which the deposits are secured by double the capital and surplus.
W. B. C. Sticknet,
DIRECTORS.
A. A. Brooks,
J. O. Belknap,
E. A. Davis.
J. H. Tcppeb,
BROOKFIELD.
Wheatley
left
Mr. and Mrs. Edward
town last Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. St. John are at the
Schroeder cottage.
Mrs. Giles and son of Concord, N. H.,
are at Mr. and Mr. Follausbee's.
Louise Percenter and Edith Edson are
at a cottage on Lake Champlain this week.
Mrs. Hall and son of Meriden, Conn.,
came last week to board at W. C. Clark's.
. Rochester News.
E. M. Habvet, Local Editor.
E. H. Edgerton was In Boston last week.
Amos Guernsey was In Pittsfleld last
week,
Mrs. Margaret Griffin has returned home
from Chelsea.
Dr. C. M. Campbell spent Sunday in
North Bennington.
sr: r T . I. . t. . l A n,n.
M ill Res.ie Pantnn i. wtin' llWriuu mc H
he week with friends in WoodsviUe, , bt"e a", 818ter
t
11.
Miss Lillian Carpenter is awav with a
party ol liandolph people at Highgate
Springs.
George Shepardson has gone West to
Bethel Local Intelligence.
Gcy Wilson, Local Editor.
E. H. Kittredge of Boston is visiting
friends in town.
George B. Chase went to Boston Satur
day for a short stay.
Miss Josie Keed left Monday for visit
to her former home at Essex.
Miss Laura Hobart of Vineland, N. J.,
is the guest of U. H. Kimball.
James O'Neil went to Boston Monday
and Miss Eva Gay Wednesday.
Mrs. A. H. King and son, Ben, are in
Portland, Me., for a three weeks' stay.
' Miss Marion Parker of Northampton
Mass., is visiting her uncle, Arthur Elliot.
Mrs. C. P. Cov and F. E. Coy arrived
(Saturday and are stopping at M. N. Ken
dall's.
The Bethel town baseball team defeated
the KandolphB last Saturday by a score of
7 to 3.
Osmer Raymond and family of New
York are visiting his sister, Mrs. John
I'arrott.
Miss Mabel Dyke returned last week
from a two weeks' trip to points in Massa
chusetts. Mrs. John Haynes and three children of
Boston are stopping at C. O. Hopkins' for
the summer.
MissMahelle Greene returned Tuesday
from a week's visit with Miss L. M. Allen
ait Bradford.
Mrs. Mary A. Hodgkins is on duty
uuin at her "store after a five weeks' ab-,
M-nce nursing.
Dr. W. L. Paine of Koyalton was in town
Tuesday in the interests ot a Chautauqua
Heading circle.
The Tuesdav evening praver meetings at
t he t'ong'l church are grow ing in interest
end attendance.
Miss Kasett, a teacher in the Lancaster,
N. 11., public schools, is visiting Miss
Carrie A. Curtis.
Mrs. J. 11. Carr and child have returned
from a several weeks' visit at their former
borne in Canada.
Mrs. C. F. Hayes, formerly of Eoxbury,
is veryjlow with uric po.souing at her home
on Bridge street.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Wilson of St.
Altana are standing a week's vacation
w ith Mrs. J. J. Wilson.
Mrs. E. L. Harrington and Miss Evelyn
Harrington of Philadelphia arrived at Mrs.
M. E. Harrington's Tuesday.
Frank Lyman, A. B. Brooks and D. C.
Rogers went to liardwick Monday on a
two weeks' carpentering Job.
Mrs. Hiram Kimhallof Vineland, N. J.,
has rinished her six weeks' visit at G. H.
Kimball's and gone to Burlington.
A. D. Kindge entered a plea of guilty of
Rev. F. V. Bartlett of Eockport, Mass.,
is expected the last of the week to take
cuarge of the tmscopai church at
Bethel and Royalton during the mouth of
August. Mr. Bartlett expects to make
his headquarters at Harrington's hotel
at Koyalton. The usual services and com
munion will be held at the Bethel church
next Sunday at 10:45 a. m.
Henry Chamberlin, the veteran Central
Vermont conductor, died suddenly Mon
day morning at Burlington while dress
ing, lie tiaa been sick lor three months
of kidney disease but had been workinir
and had run his train Saturdav. He was
well known in this vicinity, having been
born in Barnard over 70 years airo. His
wife died three years ago. He is survived
by sister in Dakota, a son. Thomas
mamnertin. in rnicago and two daueh
ters. Helen and Fannie, living with him in
Eturuugiou.
During the wind and rain storm of last
Saturday, the larger part of a maple tree
standing between the house of M. N. Ken
dall and the highway broke off and fell to
the ground. L. M. Heath was passing
oeneiuD ana was warned nv persons stand
ing on Mr. Kendall's piazza that the tree
was falling and hastened out of the way as
quickly as possible, but not in time to
avoid tne branches which threw him vio
lently to the ground and dislocated one
knee. It was a very narrow escape from a
more serious accident, as a few seconds
earlier Mr. Heath was under the main
branch.
Ed La Flam was in Massachusetts look
ing for work last week.
H. H. Cushman has sold his bay mare to
A. A. Joslyn of Northfleld.
George Huntington of L'OrignaL Cana-
his home and will remain there during the , da' w 88 'a town over Sunday.
summer. I p. C. Tinkham was away several days
Mr. and Mrs. Holt are away at Water- last on sheriff business,
bury on account of the illness of Mr. Miss Fannie LaFlara has a position as
Holt's father. 1 stenographer in Bellows Falls.
Miss Catherine Benham is engaged to Louis Hubbard is visiting his brother,
teach the school at West Hartford, begin- ; Dr. H. V. Hubbard, in Barnard.
intoxication before Justice K. J. Hint
July 23d and was fined 5 and costs.
. J. W. Warren of Lebanon has moved to
town and is living in the Peter O'Connell
bouse at the lower end of the village.
The item in last week's CorRiER about
Will Blodgett's clerking in Bethel was in
correct. It was G. W. Blodgctt instead.
Dr. Otto V. Greene has decided to re
main in town associated with L'rs. L. M.
and O. D. Greene in the practice of medi
cine. Dr. Julia E. Foster and children, Vera
and Julian, of Butler, Pa., have arrived in
town and are stopping with Dr. E.J.
Child. ,
Mrs. Gilmore Ward Bryant and two
ons, .Max and Gerald, of Durham, N. C,
nrm-ed Monday and are stopping at C. E.
Noble's.
In his remarks last Sundsyevening. Rev.
J. Hall Long, pastor of the Cong'l church,
took occasion to eulogize the late Pope
LeoXIll.
C. B. Hill arrived at his mother's Satur
day from Nova Scotia, where he has been a
musician in the "Great American Tramp"
company.
Mrs. Ellen Sanspra went to New London,
Conn., last week to join her sister, Mrs.
Charles Bayard, with the possible prospect
mji rciiiBiuilig 1U lull Vll.
Mrs. George Keed catueTMondav for her
eon. Omlle, who had been stopping at C.
O. Hopkins', and returned to her home at
tkmierville, Mass., Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Heath returned Sat
urday from a month's stance in Koxbury,
Warren and other towns. The condition
cf Mr. Heath's health is much improved.
An operation was performed on Mrs. L.
A. Hix at the Mary Fletcher hospital at
Burlington, July 20. At last report, hopes
were entertained of her ultimate recovery.
Rentier J. Fisher of Boston was in town
lt week and made a sale of his farm in
(ilead to Gale Morse. Mr. Morse will
Dot move to his new purchase until next
spring.
Aside from the usual collection at the
Cong'l church next Sunday morning, a
special collection after the sermon will be
taken for the Cong'l Sunday School and
Publishing society.
The funeral of Miss Annie Lamson Iat
Thursday was attended by many Bethel
frieuds, including members of the grin re
and of the class of wa. Whitcomb Highi
school, of which she was a member.
A meeting was held last evenine at the
Crescent club rooms to organize a Business
Xen's club to advance thi interests of the
village. There is an unbounded field for
each an organization to work in cleaning
up back yards, fixing lawns, etc.
The work of finishing grange began
Monday in the abed of the Woodbury
tiranite company with two men. Mr.
Clifford, the manager, expects to add
eteadily to the force until the full comple
ment of one hundred men is at work.
At the annual meeting of the Whitcomb
Mign school district, the moderator, S. M
Washburn, was directed to appoint a com.
mittce to examine in regard toa new school
building and report at an adjourned meet
ing to be held the flrt Tuesdav in August
E. M. Weston, C. D. Cushing and G. H
Tupper were appointed as this committee
u is now understood that the committee
win ask tor an extension of one month in
making their report. Thev state that
several surrounding towns are in about
the same position as Bethel, namely, in
need of new school buildings. Among
these towns sre Northfleld, Barre and
Woodstock. These towns are more ad
vanced in their proceedings than Bethel,
but still not enough yet so that Bethel
can learn from their experience, and it is
thought that in another month additional
valuable data can be procured.
B. C. Rogers was the victim of a case of
optical delusion Sunday afternoon. He
was driving home from Christian Hill and
as he approached the river road he noticed
a woman and boy standing on the bank
on the other side of the river on the Goss
farm. As he was watching them, the boy
lifted the woman in his arms and hurled
her into the river and no more was seen of
her. Mr. Rogers and his wi'e, who both
noticed this blood-curdling scene, were
overwhelmed snd Mrj. Kogers exclaimed,
"Why. he has drowned the woman!" Mr.
Rogers left his team and hastened to the
rescue and as he approached from one side
of the river the bov ran awav ranidle nn
the other. Mr. Kogers came to the village
ana procured ine assistance of P P
Wynn and John Wvnn and thev examined
the river carefully, but could not find the
body. Mr. Rogers then drove around to
the Goss farm and uoon inquiry of the
family learned that Mr. Goss' vouhg grand
son had just thrown a female scarecrow
Into the river.
Death of Annie Lamson.
Our citizens were shocked Wednesday ot
last week to learn that Annie Lamson was
dead, having been taken violently iil only
the Saturday night before. Monday after
noon an oiteration was performed bv lira.
Gile of Hanover, X. H., Fish of South Roy
alton and Greene of Bethel for appendici
tis, i ney were surprised to find a tumor
which weighed six pounds and which un
doubtedly aggravated and hastened the
disease. The patient sank rapidly after
the operation and passed awav after much
suffering Wednesday morning. Her fara
ilv are nearly prostrated by the sudden
blow. The funeral was held at the hnma
Thursday afternoon and she was laid to
rest among a prolusion ot beautiful flow
ers sue loved so well, presented bv her
ciass, nine ol the twelve members being
nncuk siw oy ine grange and others
i ne bearers were Ben Washburn, Claude
nngers. josepn .McCormack and Joseph
..i. .ii. lutraruusiim .-sortn Koval-
ton cemetery. Key. Levi Wild officiated.
The beautiful burial service of the grange
Miss Lamson was born in Randolph
October Li, ls3.the daughter of Mr. and
.ir. Airo uimson, ana was looking for
" i rmrs oi useiumess as a teacher, a
stay and comfort to her parents in their
declining years and a companion to the
young brother, all of whom havethe heart
felt sympathy ot all in their great sorrow.
niug in September.
Mrs. Marcis Griswold snd son are visit
ing at the home of her father and mother,
Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Peck.
Quite a number of the young people en
joyed a chocolate party at the bchroeder's
last week Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. H. J. Abbott has returned to her
home in Brooktield after a three weeks'
stay in East Bethel and liandolph.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Follansbee. Mrs.
i. iuu vuik iuu rnun Duimni iru on I lie T . r r r ,, . . , . . i
Grand Army excursion to San Francisco 1 vVr' I
week.
Herbert Wellington. Jr., is boarding at
the Rochester House for a short time.
P. L. Webber is at the home ot his
mother, Mrs. Julia Webber, for the sum
uier.
Mrs. W. H. Walker and daughter. Pearl,
of Athol, Mass., are visiting relatives
here.
Mrs. George Cabee and daughter. Ruth.
of Braintree were in town a part ot last
weeic
GAY8VILLE.
in
in
11.
Ernest Chase has been spending a week
next month.
Grace and John Hyde of Concord, N. H.,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ralph and Mr. and , ?? lth mother in J,etn.
Mrs. Henry Hyde. J,,' ,
i jira, c. nanora oi iravsvuie is ine
guest of Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Nye for a tew
days.
Harvey Freeman is repairing the house
formerly occupied by Mr. and Mrs. John
Dewey. He has pulled down some of the
buildings and joined the two barns to
gether. Last Thursday evening about thirty of
the young people gathered at the Kumney
home and gave a surprise to Miss Eliza.
The young people passed a pleasant even
ing in playing games and other amuse
ments. Ice cream and cake were also par
taken of.
A birthday party was given bv Mrs.
Mrs. O. E. Walker of Stock bridge is vis
iting at her. brother's, Wardner Hodg
W ins'.
Miss Lillian Call of Sooth Koyalton has
been spending a few days at the Rochester
House.
George Lamb of Randolph has recently
been the guest ot his aunt, Mrs. Henry
umuru.
W. II. Sample, traveling engineer on the
Marcus Peck last Monday afternoon to Central Vermont, spent Sunday with WUi
u KiBuuuBuumecj cu-aiiur i.yman. oi oiougeiu
Rutland, who is visiting her "grandpar- i ri. Ri,w,t f .nnini.
ents. Ouite a goodly number of the vouiig .,.nri, . .7.k .... '.
misses gathered and enjoyed themselves , a BlodJett
from 3 until T. i ',, .1,
U.. . . ., .nr. ana irs. ADrsnam vtniuaker at-
hat came near being a serious accident , .om . i. .
happened last Fridav evening. As a car- u. Vi'T-.' IT'" vl 'lu'": ,D
riage containing Mrs. Pauton and daugh- j , ',
ter, Bessie, and Mrs. Mitchell were return- ' . Mr"' K Lf '8 of Nes-port as called
ing home from the Town hall, another VeT.e st.urH-vP-v ,he critical illness of her
team driven by Henry Edson, which came lalQeri - 'lr.
nown irom air. liaggett s, ran into them. r-zeitiei tmerson as called to Montpel
For a time it seemed as if it would be a se- ' 'er last Friday by the illness of his broth-
nous matter, but none of the ladies were , er, Enoch Emerson.
t hrown out. A wheel was oroken on Mr. K. H. Tupper, wife and daughter.
Edson s team and he was thrown out of , Gladvs. siieni hunrtar with h,. ,..,,. i
. I,.,,, t- ' j r. ,
his wagon, but not much hurt,
PITTSFIELD. ,
We do not see how Morrill can elve1 a
cup and saucer with that nice tea for 40c..
but that is the way he will do for the bO
days if they hold out.
Clarence Mills was in Rutland Thurs
day.
Miss Hazel Durkee is visiting In Rut
land.
Charles Lowell and wife of Gavsville
were in town Sunday.
Howard Stiles and Misses Muriel LaGois
and Sarah L bedel visited in Randolph last
t evil.
Dr. C. W. Briffham and wife returned
from their outing at Maseoma lake last
week.
Mrs. Geo. Chedel and son. Charles, and
daughter, Marjorie, visited in Woodstock
last week.
Harold Warren entertained about thirty
of his young friends at his home Friday
afternoon.
Mrs. Bert Houghton and daughter,
Olive, from Massachusetts are visiting at
L. B. Houghton's.
Dr. Greene of New York, who had been
boarding at the Vose House, went to Bel
lows Falls Monday.
Mrs. Fred Billings and daughter,
Gladys, of Rutland are visiting her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. John Mills.
The Epworth League will hold a social
in Holt i hail Wednesday eveniug. Aug. 6.
A musical entertainment will be given. ,
The Ladies' Aid held a salad supper and
entertainment in Holt's hall last Wednes
day evening. Dr. Greene of New York
sang several pieces and Harry Hutchins of
Lawrence, Mass., gave several banjo selections.
I!ev. A. N.Bryant of White River Junc
tion was tbegurvt Thursday of last week
of Rev. Forrest Blunt. Mr." Bryant has re
signed the rwtorate of the Episcopal
church at White Hirer Junction after six
years' service and goes to Nova Scotia.
Members of the Leominster, Mass., G.
A. K. post were in ton the firt of the
week examining the case of Charles Wild
er, w ho was a member of that post. Mr.
Wilder has been troubled with eye difli
cklnea for several years and lately has
been totally Mind." Wednesday he was
I krn to the Soldiers' Home at Chelsea.
Mass,
WILLIAMSTOWN.
A son wis born to Mr. and Mrs. Bert
xruce iuonoay night.
The Eastern Star held a sociable at Geo,
Patterson's last evening.
, , , , .
jaiues ceciteu or boston is in town
mowing auer his property here.
I'aviauaie ot Lolorado is visiting old
uu mantra iu iue town.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rrrvl-un- r.,rn.
ed from their wedding trin Saturdav.
Mrs. Fannie Dow and daughter. Myrtie.
..ten iu .uuuijjruer ine nrst OI last week.
Frank Downs resumed work In G- I
Edson s store Monday after an illness of
evrraj weeics.
George Nichols took the six-vear-old
son of Nellie Seaver to the reform school
in ergennes last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Loren Webster of Bellows
Falls have been visiting his mother, Mrs.
Fred ha ney, the past week.
Tracy Jeffords of Washington. D. C
accompanied bv his daughter, has been
visiting hi parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jascn
Jeffords.
Mrs. Eliza Hopkins died at the home of
Mrs. Martha W hitcomb in Barre citv lat
Thursday morning. She left one" son
James Hopkins, and one daughter, Mrs.
v. . . iiuu,), r-siaiog in this town. Th
funeral was held here Sundav aftrnnnn at
the Cong'l church; burial in'the East Hili
cemeiery.
EAST BROOKFIELD.
Mrs. John Buzzell of Concord, X. H., is
visiting her brother, Oliver Dutton.
Fred W. Smith went to Randolph Cen
ter Friday to work at hi trade as a car
penter. Miss Kstti A Qn,;t)i a! R,n . ..
Mr.. A. B. Smith of Northfleld were guests H?UP'n,r,,th m'u"
R. Tupper and wife,
Mrs. A. R. McDonald of Orange, Mass.,
is with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. James
Walker, for a few weeks.
Mrs. Albert Notm. with hv nA
daughter, of Brandon spent Friday with
Alien ziogers ana lamuy.
Miss Mary Briggs returned to Newark,
N. J., with her sister. Mrs. Julia Curtis,
iur a aiay oi several wee a.
Miss Ellen Chaffee, who had been spend
ing the past few weeks in St. Albans, re
turned home last Saturday.
Miss Lucy Swinyer of Burlington and
Mrs. Clarence Wyman of Huntington are
visiting at James Swinyer's.
Msster Earl Hildreth entertained sixteen
of his young friends on Fridav from 4 to 6
p. m., it being his fifth birthday.
Misses Lilla and Sara Downs of North
field are spending a few davs with their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Downs.
H. P. Knowlton of Hartford. Conn., and
Mr. Lora Knowlton of Waterburr. Conn..
are visiting at Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Stock-well's.
Miss Hannah Aldrich, who has been in
Mattapan. Mass.. la home for the inimiwr
Lime Ida Uage is with her for a ft
week;.
1 be remains of Daniel Coolidge, a for
mer resident of this town, were brought
here Sunday and buried in North Hollow
cemetery.
Miss Virginia Corbett, danghter of Me
linda hichmond Corbett of Fort Collins
1.01., s attending the week with Mr. an
airs. a. v. liarvey.
air. ana Mrs. w. w. Williams' pictures
appeared in the Boston Globe last week as
wing tne longest married couple in New
E-iiicuiuu. i ney nave Deen married
years.
A silver medal contest, under the sus
pice oi in nocnester v . j. i . i will
held at G. A. K. hall Wednesdav, Aug.
at 8 p. m. Ice cream will be served at the
ciose ot tne entertainment.
hile Azro Stockwell and L. V. Piper
t return tram in tir nuns i i,ttr.
day, their horse became unmanageable.
tiotn were
John Wilcox of Stockbridge was
town Sunday.
Martin Wyman, Jr., and wife are visit
ing in Boston.
Abbie Whitcomb spent a few days in
Bethel last week.
Mary Gilson of Bethel spent Sunday at
R. J. W hitcomb s.
Frank Gould and wife were in Randolph
a few days recently.
Mrs. Asa Wyman returned to her borne
In Brattleboro last week.
Miss Eva Luce was taken to Brattleboro
last week to the asylum.
Harris Waters snd wife returned from
fishing trip last Saturday.
MissJulana Sylvester of Bethel spent
few days in town recently.
Merville Gould has been visiting
Randolph the past two weeks.
Arthur Leonard of Pomfret visited at
W. Whitcomb over Sunday.
George Lamb of Randolph visited at
J. Whitcomb's last Wednesday.
Mrs. Gilbert Boutwell and child are vis
iting friends and relatives in town.
Miss Mira Brown of Bethel visited her
sister, Mrs. Bert Roberts, recently.
Miss Marguerite Field of Bethel is
spending a few days at W ill Flint's.
Mrs. Robinson ot Randolph visited at
Mrs. S. P. Brown's a few days last week.
Mrs. Arthur Ballard and Mrs. Lucy
Durkee 8tent a day in Barnard last week.
Mrs. Charlotte Leonard and daughter,
Nellie, visited relatives in Rochester last
week.
Rev. James Sargent and family from
New Hampshire are visiting at the
"Cobble."
Mrs. Nellie Webster ot Woodstock has
been visiting her brother, Charles Ballard,
the past week.
Lewis Richardson and famtlv ot Boston
are visiting bis parents, Mr. and Mrs, O.
J. Richardson.
Quite a number from here ent to Ran
dolph Mondav to attend the funeral of
Johu T. Kuoa lton.
Mrs. George Tavlor and daughter.
Helen, of Melbuen, Mass.. uisde a short
visit In town the first of the week.
' NORTH ROValtoT
eral day, t Cedarh ", ? twl. a.
ii . ' "i"y. "V
"ubwt and sen n
cer. Mas.. . " , ,on' tester
, mi wo black'. W
UUe.Litu:'!"!-'
stiitatton, biliousi"ie. .nri ':U!t
1MV iU's Little Knt ' u
ent from other puis. Thev"? ta i
by gently arou.Kn
iT strength to the ornT'tt
..auuuipn. rrj
..l' osir work!
4a. Dudley bt KoiburT. ill 1
Difficult 'Digest
That Is dyspepsia.
It makes life miserable.
Its suScrers eat r..,t betsast ct-.,
-but .ln-ply Ucaute they Siul. '
They know tl.ey are Irr.tali
it IU It
but thy cannot tie otlicrw,.
They comtilaln of a b4mi,k,
mouth, a teiiderness at tie ;it te 1
ach, an uneasy fwling of p-j. .
headache, heartburn ana what m
- .... linm tjr rw.
Iient cure of thm:.Mr.,t. ,v . ' i
, ,lPJ(ilfti
Hood's Sanaparik
Uuob s fiUL. .- c, un
at W. H. Sprague's Sunday
The Ladies' society will hold a social at
the church parlors Thursday afternoon,
Aug. 6. Every one is cordially invited to
attend and special invitation is extended
to the older people. Supper will be served
at an early hour and an interesting pro
gram will be arranged tor. Let every one
who possibly can avail themselves of the
opportunity to partake of a grand supper
and enjoy a good time.
WEST BROOKFIELD.
A. E. Bryant of Berlin called on friend
in toa a one day last week.
Albert Hodges of Pennsylvania visited
at E. E. Bowman's recently.
Mrs. C. E. Powers has been worse for a
few days, but is better at present.
E. E. Bowman is the first man in this
section to finish haying. His was com
pleted Saturday. !
Mrs. Bert Spooner and daughter,!
Marjory, spent a few dav with Mrs.!
Spouner's parents in Randolph last week.
Mrs. E. E. Boyce is in Burlington
spending some time with her husband.
woo had an operation for appendicitis
Saturday.
naaiy oruisea ana air. finer ia now in
critical condition.
F. E. Bryan Will Buy It Back.
Yon assume no risk when rmi hnr
Chamberlain's Colic.Cholera and biarrhow
Kemedy. F. E. Brian will refund your
money if you are not satisiied after using
it. It is evervw her admitted tn h tk.
most successful remedy in use for bowel having on Mrs. Margaret Smith s lot. Bn
complaints and the only one that never ishing Mondav smrei rjmitn s lot, nn-
I a : : s It is at a aul i
if Lii.ai.iaiui, aaic auu XT'iialUlC.
EAST RANDOLPH.
C. M. Sprague of Grundy Center, Iowa,
t lauiug maiivea in lui place.
J. Z. Sprague of Manchester. N. II- is
visaing relative in this vicinity.
. L. Allsrd and wife returned from
me ir visit in zsrtdgewater Mondav
Mrs. Jane W'hitnev and grandchild of
iv-c.vju , isiitug si , . t . eprague B.
Mr. and Mra. Warren Coffin of New
ior nave been visiting at A. U. Tracy's.
P. T. Morey and familv. who have heen
stopping at the hotel for the past ten days,
diuuuij iui lueir journey nome.
The White Caps" wiU give an enter
tainment tor the benertt cf the UHim
I'nion library society Thursdav evening
Aug. 6th. at Camp's halL East Randolph,
, wiv c viraui ana rata wi i
servea.
The baseball game with TnnhriHmt K.t
urday resulted in a victory for Tunbridge
it me score oi u to 7. I his was the bov'
first game and they think tbey ran do bet
ter next time. They play this meek with
mo nuj aiiuus ai tast tvandolph.
n s Rhramatle Pills abso otelT cores
OUTH RANDOLPH.
Msrtin Flint stopped at WUlow Farm
Tuesday night.
H. P. Kif.trd helped E. J. Prince do his
EAST BETHEL.
is at home to
That Bast ef Ait and
J' Pt (1, rears Mrs. W.s.iow. Vvtth!rf
( . r - .ir- ;,.r i jeir eul. :r, i
" tbit. Are y.. ,!:.t jr!d at n-.t-ui ao..
tr,.n t ,Hsr rest tT a ,i, ( i i ,-i'ri.tl mi c
cryit.s :ta ts.n w a tev ii e er".i at
a s aditl t- ttiei "Vr,. Witir,w , g-.-tiiira
, eenii . cb:i,lren leetnm. it. value i,
la, ajt-.e. It will relies tb m little
The heavy w ind storm of Wednesdav of eTJ.'T.'k. ?
last trttit did considerable damage t- the , r.-u:t. the .t..mr!i c) t.w.!srenre.rir'
arrowing crop and orchard and piaved oi.i-, e- fleo. the (tan., re-la, e. tLSramati,.n mi.il
ime funnr pranks. It aeemed to co.ne I fZ Vn' 1 V"?r ' wo--. r.m
fa:smethmc like a Western tor- j .'.TtiX ''U
Milt. Tba wind entered the bouse of . j vxrvntttnai of ., tti oi-te.t .t trmt.l
M. Washburn, orsning two own. and ' i-i..'.-.'u a-t atire ia it t .l.t-t . ma-: i
took poswaeion of the laaiilv clock wh'.ih I S ' 'ni- taw-S..at ttew,rj
on
Will W hitney
rather.
Mr. Hammond was in Randolph
L'usuini i ueMiay.
C. C. Whitney had a shock while at the
creamery Sunday morning. He regained
consciousness and remains about the same.
A new switch has been placed in E. J
Prince s store by the Orange County Tele-
...... ....... u. .;,u , nae wording
tion with Randolph.
Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that
Contain Mercury
as mercury will surely destroy the sense of
I euieu uu completely arrange the whole
system when entering it through the
I mucous surface. Sm-h -m.i u
,, , . i.v . 3 IJJVU HI
I had consumption so had that if I" walked'
a Mock 1 would cough frightfully and
spit blood, but. when ail other medicines
N ight Was Her Terror.
! would cough nearly all night
long.'
il turned around ad (topped the works.
r- ce a t-
Wuisa 'a 6smi
tt.e. Be ire mui ask Iur
StTap."
- u i. teu to. a io toe good too can
possibly derive Irom them. Hall's Catarrh I
t , J UT r- t-neney Co.,
faded three fl.00 botues of Dr. King . ,.ten Internally, actini dT'po i ttS
New licorerr whollv cured m r.ri I i vi 1 u,m.u-' ujn iue
, - . . -"X J IliaVL-auu LIUnUS PUrlatCM ff thai araa,.
gained 5s pounds." It s absolutely gru.r- ! In bovine Hall . CatarrhL
cougns, colds, la grippe, hret the eenuin. It ia t.w.-
lung made in Toledo. Ohio, by F. J. Cheney
reiimoniai iree.
EAST BRAINTREE.
Jonah Loom is is under the doctor's care.
Mrs. Albert Spooner is under the doc
tors care.
Mrs. lieo. Flagg ia sick and attended by
Dr. Scott.
Jennie Perhsm ia visiting in Randolph
this week.
J. Rockwell and family are visiting at
St. Alliana Bay.
Some of Louis Spooner's children have
the scarlet fever.
Robert Adams has gone to Saratoga
Springs to work.
H. C. Hyrer and family visited at Geo.
Thayer's Sundsy.,
Jessie Blanchard is visiting Ruth Smith
la Randolph Center.
All are glad to see that our postmaster.
j. iticimyre, ia a Me to be out of doors,
Mr. and Mrs. Judon Wicker rt.nsned
10 meir nome in .tiariDoro, 2lass.rrilur
day.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Keves of Moretoa
Visited his uncle, Oihaon Cram, the first
oi tne week.
Wallace Peavey Is doing the having on
the Edwin Fuller farm and is living there
n uue ai wora.
Wesley Coburn's tejple visited at Ertga
Parker s the first of the week, also Mabel
and ineney Koyce visited there.
Mrs. Edgar San torn of Salem, Mas
is visiting at C. E. Powers,' wtiere her
Disband nas Deen living the jast year.
I.E. meeting next Sunday evening at
i.ai. lopic "Lessons from Paul; how
wemay overcome our hindrance." 2 Cor..
K.-i-iu, iu:iu. ieaaer, Mrs. Urace Clat
un.
The Henry family gave a eood enter
laiiimeiii ai itrange nail l uesoay evetnnB-
consisting of recitations, songs and mus
ical selections, to a fairly good house and
it was repeated w ednesday evening.
Working Night and Day.
The busiest and mightiest little thing
that ever was made is Dr. King' New
Life Pills. These pillat change weaknean
into strength, listlessnes into energy,
brain-fag into mental itower. They're
wonderful in building up the health. Ouly
Z'wv le, lu.v
For sale by Drew 4 Leonard. Randolph,
BETHEL 'LYMPUS.
M'. -Mrs. Wsl'ee Norton of Han
c ck llsitaj at Fred Boa-en's over Sunday,
Mrs. Oeorge Franklin and daughter of
ouaron are visiting nr grauditarents, Mr.
and Mra. J. H. W ithington.
airs, lienman and two ehlldren and
nurse of New Jersey are at Fred Bowen's
lor ine summer.
The Bethel Sunshine society will hold
its "International Day" with a picnic on
itiui iruuoa August tin.
x , ii . . ...
ninnio 1 jam n OT Kanflnlnh mmm
wimner sister, sirs. B. A. Buttlea. last
T P'nf n T ter fc"e1 ""Other,
MrS. iSVlOr and two ehlllleen mr-A t
Watkins "of New Jersev and Mariori
.'iB.nriu ui c-Liriuitnein. .tiiu . are tir.
ing for the summer at 8. A. Bowen's.
A Trial Will Coorace It
If "hot fiie" trouble vour , .
working, besmear the Lair una. J?
aud jaw and on other trout.led tgf,
common machine oil, applviu t,
with the hand-th Hies a ill m.
r- , I
If high-spiritd, sound, kind, taj.
pur trotting gaited, cheerful e-.
horses are w hat you want t brwt t-
I li. orvalMt tj.il.l.h..,.:,,. .
.tu.iiiit, UA'A
mare w ith Dandy I-amU-n t r kta ' ,
Daniel Lambert. His wrvkt art a ,
greai value aua at o suiail ni. ta: or
ers of good mares can well a? r u
fifty utiles to itronire him. tcirM'
given. Send for cards.
J. W. DAVIS,
At the Head cf Lake ilortj,
Fair let, V;
Brutally Tortured.
A case came to lleht that for nersi.tent
and unmerciful torture has perhaps never
been equaled. Joe (iolobick of Colusa,
Calif., writes "For 15 yrs 1 endured in.
uflrrable I-ain from 'rheuiuattsm and
nothing relieved me thouirh I tried
thing known. I came across Electric
Bitter and it the greatest medicine on
rth for that trouble. A few bnit:. nt it
completely relieved and cured me." just
as good for liver and kidney troubles and
general debUity. Only 60;. Satisfaction
guaranteed.
r or sale by Drew 4 Leonard, Randolph. 1
REAL ESTATE.
Special sate of Cotta Hoc
Barn, and one acre of land 11 s&d
immediately, to close an ettitt, bt
500 less than it could be bu.ll. CC
soon or you lose It. Other kci
farms and business t locks to Nil
A.X3. OTTfSXXIWXAX,
Real Estate Aurct. No t Citau I, 't
Baaill(h, Vt
TO RENT.
to l-tiiLt'fii fi! t-iirn .1 f't Ki' j
co tatnJ it , Trrr -i i- u -n. a.- i :
rn! Iirii oi-aa ar- -f Uirfj -' -
i4ti D. Tf.i latter i.tt.H-rTt ! -f a--"
itilt'Ut e'i;ti..n. t'aii ! t !
ProbaU of WitU
ESTATE Of DA VI EL K- OVL-lVit
JTTE r VFRMOVT. i ! C r :
it a xlk. i .m MurauT. . i u -ii-it it v f
frtk'i iMfttrit i- tn ih fTrh d..i -4 3
u n rt ( r, it t I s t h U t -
lUlHl.t-ii, ID 1UII.1 .iisttrl'". lie -as.-1. W
tw!.lfi ls-thtC'rt l Vm?,k itt'
tr xhvrv.n nnit-!, ' f.-r I'r- lis
l r l -.urt. ihui H erst.i,t f. .ni "'' 'L
la f..rir...l in i.iri ,. ,n ,f -
mr thi- mT ht. ttif i! - it-''
U: f'r hi h uin- it tn furt'f
'..ir -f th rworl trf tint .r- -f t
iniil-i at k-fi.l..lt h tirvittL t
Kiiati for tirftrthic.
1st: wiluam H. KirHou
CommlMionert' Notice
ESTATE OF f t'LIETTE CHAP
tmA .l)ut all cJ:nf tinMH'i ,
Kltlt Jollaslta. t b'i U st. Ulr ! lUSr'-.'
ll'i dlattru t, .ia-;rJs,i,j.re'hr sf-.T n
bl'U oo th ti'i 1a.r A'ltfU-t, A
rr-m 1 tVrkrk n. m. ontll o HP -
dav. an1 thai atx ttrtnil. trm tt rtii
. l. 1A(S. i il tiiu (milt-. n r
r (miI cr!itsr t tnrnt ihfir ci
r eteaaUDaith'B anl alfsan(-a . -
rats-l lUatitJi.h. thai .T ,K
O L. MARTIN.
lamr Butchiara, Ainiinitr,if
Liberation Notice.
IH'SP IP DarTtT ffivrn inn F '
ii aiir.orltr. .t,sii clsim a- v-'i
J mtij deiita eitatractetl t.f d'"' s'Tty.Vo
SoBth SaorV'Irh. Vt., July Ifc lA
Eatray Notice.
A Jerser frttt. Itna horns, 'c-,1
R.lattite, Owner .SB hare t,r 6.
ao. and the ke.-.
Rao'toli h Center. Vt.
H. CWSSOS Clt1'
RANDOLPH FRUIT CO-
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
All kind of fruiu; Bananas, CL'nr. Confectionery. Olives E,r f3(.
Imported Olive Oil, Imported and Domestic t?ardine. Salmon,
Cheese, all kind ii acaroni. -
SL.M.MER DRINKS OF ALL KINDS
CHARCOAL FOR FL ATI RONS. FREE DELIVtK"
Ilandolitli and Bethel, Vermont.
Telephone Connection.
atra.
anteed to cure
bronchitis and ail throat and
trouble. Price 50c. and i i. Trial botiiea
tree.
For Ct by Drew 4 Leonard, Eaadoipa.
Co.
TaH
Edison Thinks and His Phoney?
For Home Enjoyment Nothing
equal the tOlMJ fn'vu"
Kverv pleasure that sound can S'",
deosed on its cylinders, and the pn w
con
boxing'' your own and vour 0 ro
tor future us is a never-fiilm """I1, fc
jovment. Its variety is ineiLtiaust
long as human genius keep c!n,.ranimi
new music, new recitations. ne 1DwrlBtiieat
the phontcraph goes on makiug t
the oiberwise fleeting pleasure. . far-
A phonograph on a camping W
nih much amusement. -m
T. ES. JBH'
Agent and Dealer in SulT'l1"
UaU s Family f-is art tLe besu

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