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0CT013ER 9, 1903.
7 ADDISON. Mrs. Iloward Olark spent a few days last weekv with hcr sister, Mrs. C. J. O'Bryan. ' Mrs. Laura Sinith is iniproving tho looks of herbuildings with a now coat of paint. Mrs. Daniol Collins of Vdrgcnnes was tho guest of Mrs. Ooorgo Hoscoo on Tliursday last. Mr. aml Mrs. C. AAf . Barber havo gone to Basin Ilarbor whero Mr. Uarbcr will bo engnged in fishing with a seine for tho ncxt two nioiiths. llunry Allonof Brooklyn, N. Y., was in town to attt-nd tlio wedding of liis niece, Miss Roso AVillmarth to Richard AVarner of Middlebury tliis week AVednesday evening. BRIDPORT. Miss Hutli Grosvenor is better. J. C. Sollace lias bcen up from Ludlow for a few days. Mr. aml Mrs. J. E. AVright havo taken a trip to Montreal. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Spaulding are in New York this weck. Miss Ellen Pratt and Miss Edith Joy of 111., aro visiting relatives in town. J. D. Woodsisclcrkingat the "People's Store" during Mr. Fletcher's absencc. Mrs. S. B. M. Cowles, of New Haven was a recent guest of frienils in town. J. II. Fletcher is one of the jurors this week at the United Statcs Circuit Court at Rutland. The ladles of the M. E. church holdn Harvest supper at Masonic hall this (Friday) evening. Quite a number from town attended the AVillmarth-Aarner wedding at tho bride's homo in Addison AVednesday. Delightful weather, fine speaking and boundless hospitality, combined to make the Sunday School convention a perfect success. Tlie following ollicers were elected at tho nieeting of the Ladies socicty held Oet. lst. Fresident, Mrs. C. E. Ilold redge; vice-president, Mrs. O. S. Gibbs; seeretary and treasurer, Mrs. D. E. Rice. CORNWALL. Frank II. Warner has a telephone, his call is y-2. AA'hat few apples there are, are moving off at fair prices. The nice rain on Monday was a grcat benefit to fall feed. A. V. Foote made a business trip to Danby and Pawlet last week. Last week Amos Atwood with his niece, Mrs. Persons, visited friends in Burlington. Judge V. II. Biugham went to Rut land Tuesdav lieing drawn as a juryman in the Unite'd States Circuit Court. Miss Martha Janes returned Tuesday to New York after spending a few weeks' vaeatiou at the old homestead. Mr. and Mrs. M. B. AA'illiamson started AVednesday for an outing of a few weeks. On their return they expeet to move into the R'iiuson house near P. N. Cobbs'. Rev. G. V. Morrow, State Superinten dent of the Anti-Saloon League, gave an address Sunday at the Congregatioual church in the morning; at tlie Daptist church in the afternoon and at the town hall in the evening. Ile thoroughly ox plained the "working" of the hcense law in Vermont. CREAM HILL. W. D. SpnuhUng is building a bilo. Ed. and Toni Moore of Shoreham were here on Tuesday. Charles U)ham of Granville, N. Y., is a guest at Ilorace Lapham's. Ernest Norton and Datus Kice of Bridport were hero on Monday. Several from this vicinity attended the convention at Bridport last week. The Junior Auxiliary will nieet with Miss Addie Kellogg Saturday afternoon at 1 o'clock. EAST MIDDLEBURY. Isaae Seeley is seriously ill at his home in the Seeley "district. llon. Frank C Partridge passed Sun day with his people in this village. AVilliam Hope visited friends at St. Albans and Burlington during the week. Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Rossam, of Sara toga, N. Y.. are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Goodro. Mrs. Eliza Ilance was called to Brook lyn, N. Y by the death of her daugh ter, Delia, last week. Dr. E. N. Bibby and Mrs. E. J. Rogers and daughters, oi' Fairhaven, weie with friends in this village during the week. SCOTT'S EMULSIOIN Scott's Emulsion is the means of lifc and of the en- joyment of life of thousands of men, womcn and children. To the men Scott's Emul sion gives tlie flesh and strength so nccessary for the cure of consumption and the repairing of body losses from any wasting disease. For womcn Scott's Emul sion does this and more. It is a most sustaining food and tonic for the special trials that women have to bear. To children Scott's Emul sion gives food and strength for growth of flesh and bone and blood. For pale girls, for thin and sickly boys Scott's Emulsion is a great help. , Sond forfreo samplo. SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemlsts, 409-415 Poarl Stroot, NowYork. 60o. and $1.00 j all drugBlatSa Cleveland's Baking Powder is the acme of economical leavens. It takes less for the baking; besides it turns the food out perfect every time, so that there are never wasted materials because of badly risen, un eatable biscuit, bread or cakes. Mrs. N. B. Decker haB recently picked twenty-seve'n quarts of red raspberrics of tho second crop. Tho berries were large and of fine llavor. Mrs. James McKinzey and sons, of AVillimansette, Mass., and Miss Charla Adams, of Lynn, Mass., are tho guests of Mrs. J. P. Champlin. Y. II. Eldredce, who was home for several weeks on an enforced vacation with the whooping cough, has returned to his duties at Proctor. Mr. and Mrs. AV. R. Pace, of Proctor, and Miss Kathryn Page, of Wellesley. .Mass., were the guests of Mr. and ilrs. O. F. PartridEe for a few days this weelc. Uliarles Adams, ot tlie l ci stationed at Fort Etlian Allen, is visiting friends in this village. The regiment has been ordered to tlie rhilippine ls lands, and will start about Decenv ber 1. urcHppncauonuives neiiei. One application of Huniphreys' Witch Hazel Oil gives relief and its continued uso cuies Piles or Hemorrhoids, interna orexternal, blind or bleeding. A sample suilicient for a test will bo mailed free on rcouest. 25c. bottles at all Drug Stores. Humphreys' Medicine Co., Cor William & John Sts., New ork. as in OI GRANVILLE. Loren AVashburn of Bethel town Sunday. Mr. -and Mrs. Malon Shattucl AVarrenwereatA.il. Ford's over Sun daj". Melvin Spaulding was called to AVaits- fieht Saturday to attend the funeral of his sister. Mrs. Ilorace Whiting and Northfield visited friends and son of relatives in town this week. D. D. Henienway and son, E. N. Ileinenway, were cailed to Ludlow last week to attend the funeral of Mrs. Fred Fish. HANCOCK. C'arl Eaton has recently built a new bilo. Miss Roe Taylor of Burlington, is vis iting relatives here. Dr. and Mrs, Sinith, of Gaysville, are guests at II. U. Perry's. Miss Ethel Robinson has gone to Pots dam, N. Y., for an extended visit. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Goodyear are re joicing over thu birth of a young son. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stockwell and children were in Middlebury last Tues day. Miss Mabel Goodyear, who is teaching in Ripton, spent last Saturday and Sun day at his home here. The village school was closed two days last week on account of the illness of the teacher, Daniel Diiuham. Catarrh and Hay Fever. I.lquld Crenm Jlnlm IsbccomliiK qulto as rionulnr ln mnny localltles ns Klj-,H Crenm laliu sollil. It ls pri'imreil for uo ln ntoiiil zers, nnil U hlglily pilzctl by tliofo wlio liavo been nccustnuivil to call upon pliyslclnns for sncli atreatment. Many pliyslclans ariMislnt? and proscrlblnn It. All tlio inudlclunl prop. ertlusof tlio celcbrated Oieam llalm nrncon talneil ln tlio I.binld form, whlch ls 73 cts. lnel uilln a spraylnt; tnbc, All ilrugKlots, or by niall. Ely lliotliers, 50 Wurrun M., Now York. LEICESTER. Mis Annie Brown, of Chester, is at home with her parents. Communion services were held at the rhurch last Sunday. John Ilorton, of Bellows Falls, was the guest of his mother the past week. Peter Brown and wife, of Walton, N. Y., aro spending a few weeks with Mr. and Mrs. C, Brown. Miss Mary N. C'hase, president of N. H. W. S. A., will 'speak in the church on Wednesday evening, October 11. A large attendanco is desired. LEICESTER JUNCTION. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Alden aro visiting in Rutland. Miss Russell, of Poultney, is visiting at J. C. Swinington's. M. O. Oliver was in St. Johnsbury last week on busines.s. Mrs. J. C. Swinington gave a tea last Friday in honor of her Kuest, Miss Rus sell.' Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Briggs went to Vergennes October 1, returning Satur day. Seymour Alden, of Boston, is at his old home and will reniain until hia liealth improves. Arthur Briggs has purchased tho El wyn Ayer place m the Arnold district in Brandon, and is moving there. NEW HAVEN. Mrs. Tracoy, of Bristol, was the recent guest of Mrs. Wiliani Eno. Mrs. Sherrod Brown's brother and son, of Westport, recently visited here. Jessie Field and Iloward Winslow, of Panton, were the recent guests of their aunt, Mrs. F. M. Partch. Mrs. Bcnjamin Hayward and daugh ter, of Addison, were tho recent guests of Mrs. Mills Landon and Miss Dexter. Miss Flossie Quimby, of Bristol, has gone as a missionary to China. She formerly taughc the district school here. Mrs. George Barton has had all the bujldings at her farm on Town II ill painted. It makes a very attractive place. Mrs. Edgar Brown and B. C. Miner, of Newark, Jm. J., were in town last week to attend the funeral of their father, Champlin Miner. Miss Fannie Sinles and Iloward Bar- l-fiaru, oi Aeiv ilaven Mills, were united avalry,jvh marriage recentlv at the Catholic r , . . . . ..... . reetory in Bristol by Rev. Father uoiiey. Miss Mae Slierman and George D. Darling were married in Marshaltown, Ia., on September 30. Mrs. Darling is n lliwi nf trs. Vfnnllitliv riiirfpi. nf this town, and formerly taught in the j Gr.aded school in Bristol. dlrimp'iu Miner died suddenly at the Lhonie of his nephew, Shirlev Langdon, i on Town Ilill las-t week. the funeral wna held from the Langdon residence on Fridnr. Rev. C. II. Dutton ofllciatiii!'. Mr. Miner was a quiet man, of excellent character, and he will bo missed in the commutiity. He leaves two children, Mrs. Brown and B, C. Miner, of Newark, N. J. The intennent was in the New ijnen cemetery. lxThe funeral of the late Andrew G. Uiuutl' tnu 1im11 frnln tlit rVimrrofrnttnnnl cnurcn on luesday atternoon at o'clock, Rev. C. II. Dutton ofliciating. Tlie clioir of the church assisted in the s-ervices. Mr. Snuier was a nieniber of the church and was nearly alwavs pre ent at its services. Ile was an old resi dentof the town and his familiar figure will be missed in the coininunity. He leaves one sister. Mrs. Socrates Palmer. and two brothers, E. II. Sipiier, of this town, and ur. lucius b(puer, of illinow, and three chililren, Mrs. Ilenry Piiudle, of Brandon, Mrs. Phillips, of Nvacl;, N. Y and Dr. Will Sijuier, of Ca'lifor nia. The intennent was in the New Haven cenieterv. True Heart Disease is a RareThing. The caueof your palpitation is, proba bly, pressure rising from gas in the stoinaeh that is, gastric indigcstion. A few doses of Cal-cura Solvent. Dr. David Kennedy's new medicine, will cleanse away the foul accumulations and the heart will run iiiietly and keeji good time. Write to the Cal-cura Comnanv. Rondout, N. Y., for a booklet and a free sample bottle. ORWELL. A'. V, Blackmere is in Boston for a week. Charles Allen has irone with another I sliipmeiit of stock to South Africa. Freil Sweenor's boy is very sick with typhoid fever. He is in Dr. G. G. MurrayV care. O. B. Root has recovered from the cut on his liead, Friday, from being struck oy a coit s loot. George Allen and Delous LaDuc trans- acted business at the Probate ollico in Middlebury on Monday. Tho Orwell base ball team defeatcd tho AA luting on the grounds of the former by a score of III to S, last week. C. E. Abell. J. E Branch and Dan Cain attended a hearing on Friday at tne t'robate ollice in .Middlebury in re gard to plaeing Miss Delia Siipt'iiieau in the hospital at Waterbury as a state charge. She was taken there Friday afternoon by Dr. G. (i. Murray. The Orwell Creainerv Co. istobein- corporated and will build a modern cieamery during the winter suilicient to handle all tho cream in town. It has an established trade for all and inoie than it can make and is enable to pay one or more eents than any othercreain ery every inouth. RIPTON. Mrs. B. F. Tucker made a llying visit in Brandon the first of the week. Tho Rev. Mr. Baker of Sheldon was tho guest of Rev. E. S. ATrndenburgh on juonuuy last. Mr. and Mrs. Parker and littlo one of Charlotte were guests at the parsonage over ounuay. SALISBURY. Moses Sawyer is putting up a new H1IO. Miss Daisy AVninwright is convales ing. Kow tho ensilago cutter is getting in its noise and work. Mrs. Dolph Thomas is ill and under tho caro of Dr. Bogue. J. II. Riley of Randolph was tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. Moses Sawyer recently. .Miss .Minnio Lewis of Rutland is spending a fow days at A. E. AVhit ney's. Miss Ilowe from AVevbridKO is spend ing Boiuu time at the homo of Ansil Kelsey. Mrs. Cyrus Iiuinp and mother havo gone to Boston and vicinity for a visit of Boveral uays. ii. . Yitle leiuiueu 10 nic oniveisuv of Miuhigan nt Ann Harbor class'01 of medical department. Mrs. Rhoda Goodrich has crected a fine fainily momiment in tho cemetery in the Seeley district. Miss MiiEcie Vale and sister and ClifTord Jlack from Orwell also Morton Mack of Whitimr snent Saturdav at thu hoine of A. E. AVliitney. Miss Bertha Kelsev has resiirned her position as -teacher at Manchester to accept a similar one at Dunnell, Minn., where she has recently gone. Iho mail route direct from Salisbury village to West Salisbury wasdiscontinu ed Oct. lst. Mail can not go out until evening now whicli is a long delay. Geore Novcs. Jr. who was in tho einploy of F. L. Hamilton is seriously in. Dr. li. II. Jlartin of Middlebury removed an abccss from the bowels. Azor Smead and Son. sold to AVriL'ht. Cartmell and Cook, of Middlebury their registered Holsteiu Bull, Double Konr rigon, Ilenger Deld. He goes to South Africa Ile is fourteen nionths old and weighsnino hundred and fifty pounds. Smead and son received one hundred dollars. A chanco for farmers yet, if they will proflt by tho example of care ful breeding and care taking that Smead & Son have bestowed on their herd. SHOREHAM. B. W. Hall was in New York last week, Miss Peake is visitinc her uncle. C. N. North. II. B. Johnson snent. Sundnv nt O. N. North's. AV. H. Birchard lost nuite a valuable young horse Tuesday. Mrs. Jessie Forester. of Saratotra. was at G. II. Hall's last week. Mrs. S. E. AVricht and Miss Elizabeth were in Middlebury Saturday. Mrs. T. H. Moore and Mrs. AV. II . Stokes spent Tuesday in Rutland. Mr. and Mrs. Iloward Cook. of Med- ford, visited at M. P. Cook's last week. Rev. and Mrs. Carlson attended the ordination of Rev. Mr. Hall in Sudbury Mrs. Dr. Whitford. of Coldwater. Mlch., (ind Mrs. Jackson, of Bridport, were at G. II. Hall's Tue.-day. Mr. and Mrs. Ilorton Jones returned from a two weeks' carriaire drive in tlie southem part of the state last Tliurs day. STARKSBORO. Mrs. L. G. Ferguson is sick. Rodman Hill is about the same. Brown Ilill is still without a school teacher. Mr. and Mrs. Fay Stokes visited friends in Huntington Sunday. Ray Stokes has taken fiftv cords of wood to cut for the creamery. Ihe Baptist uuarterlv nieetimr is to be held at Lincoln October 10, 17 and 18. Ed. C'ota has leased the John Garland farm for next year and takes possession November 1. John McLen has settled with Fav Stokes for damages done Stokes, at $20, payable November 1. Mrs. Susie Stokes and son Felix have eturned from a several weeks' visit to friends in Braintree. Mr. and Mrs. Fowlcr. of Bethel, have been visitllitr Mrs. I-owler s parents. Mr, and Mrs. L. G. Ferguson. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Stokes, son and granddaughter, visited Mrs. Stokes' brother, S. AV. Hill, of Lincoln, last weelc. . TOWNLINE Sidney Demminir has erected a silo this fall. R. II. Holcomb has started his steani thresher. Rollin Hnrd has returned to his home in Troy, N. Y., after spending two weelcs witli liis biotlier, .M. H, Uurd. Seymour Tellt tlie hustlinir Middle bury Register solicitor was tluough this part of town. the past week ineetim: with grand success. WHITING. Mrs. C. Kelsey is (piite ill. Mrs. Sarah Titus, of Moriah, N. Y.,' visited at N. W. boster s last week. Several from town attended tlie ordin ation services of Rev. M. AV. llale, of budbury, luesday evening. Mrs. F. E. Baekus and little daiiirhter. of Brandon, are .spending a few days wmi ner motlier, .Mrs. 1J. jj. I'eclc. Mrs. M. Stevens. of AA'est Rutland. and Mrs. Emma Robbins, of Ripton, spent several days at E. P. AVaite's recently. Miss H. L, Pierce, of Salisbury, who has been caring for Mrs. E. D. l'eck for several weeks, returned Tuesday to her nome. The llrm of Needham it Foster has been di-solved. Henceforth the business will he eontiiiued in the nanie of N. AV Foster. NEW MILLINERY JUST RECEIVED Miss Goodrich has returned from New York and now oirers for sale a good assortnient of TAMS CAPS GHILDRENS' SILK AND WOOL BONNETS, ETC, NO FORMAL OPENING MissGoodi ich UP STAIRS IN 81IELD0N'S ST011E TRIXHED AND U K T R ! M M E D VEILIN6 New Millinery I am showing a linc of tnmmcd hats copied from Parisian tlcsigns by Mlle. Richncr, an exception- ally fine trimmer. I also have a large assottment of ready-to-wears and tailor hats in all the late shapes. A cortlial invitation extended to all. Mrs. J. W. WAIT, Until I am in my neAv store in the M. E. block, next tho Park, before you buy FUMITURE 1 shall have an entirely neAV and up-to-date stock of everything kept in a first-class furniture store, bought for cash, and will make prices so reasonable that it Avill pay you to come 40 miles to trade with me. Calls for UNDERTAKING Promptly Attended to. A. J. BLACKMER, Temporary Office, RKGISTER BI.OCK. VERGENNES. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Ball Monday. Aliout S50 has been realized from tlie rummage sale held by the ladies of the M. E. cliurch. AA'illiam Crosby has been drawn to serve as petit juror in tlie U. S. district court at Rutland. Stephen Bates, son of Fred Bates, well known in thiscity as ason of Sheriff Bates, died in Worcester, Mass., Mon day. The case of Miss Margaret Scranton has been pronounced as typhoid fever. She isat present conlined to AVoodbridge Hall, the sunimer hoine of Col. AA'alter Scranton on the lake shore. Two of Philip Pilon's trained dogs got to fighting on the street Monday and Frank Rivers young son tried to pass thein, when they turned on him and bit the lad slightly. Dr. Edward Pilon cauterized the wound and no serious results are feared. An old man has taken up his residence on tlie point arotind tho second bend on Otter Creelc, where he is living a herniit's life, his only shelter being an old .sail, which he has arranged as a tent. He says he is waiting for a large amount of of pension money, which is to be sent to A'ergennes. He is patriarchal in appear ance, long white hair and beard alniost covering his face. No one seenis to know who he is. Ten Thousand Churches. In the United States have Used the Long nian & Martinez Pure Paints. Every Cliurch will be given a liberal (piantity whenever they paint. Don't iay l .TiO a gallon for Linseed oil (worth 00 centsi which ymi lo when you buy thin paint in a can "with a paint label on it. 8 Sz C make 14, therefore when you want fourteen gallons of paint. buy only eight Kallons of L itM, and mix six gal lons of pure linseed oil with it. You need only four gallons of L & M. Paint, and three galluns of Oil mixed theiewith to paint a good si.ed house. Houses painted with tliese paints never grow shabby, even after 18 years. Tlie-e celebrated paints are sold by Farnsworth & Co. Middleburv. AV. B. French & Co. Orwell. WEYBRIDGE. L. C. Sturtevant was in town last week. Rollin, John and ('arl Shaw were in Montreal last Saturday. Some good work has been done on the roads by Commissioner Drollett. Quite a quantity of poultry is being shijiped from these j)art.s of fine iptality. AA'ill Hall spent a day at his home last weelc. He is engaged to build a yacht for a gentlenian in Ferrisburgli. t'arson Robbins has tlie village school for the ri'inainder of tho term. Miss AVhite lias a position near Philadelphia, Pa. Tho bobbin factory at Newport was burned Oct. 7. A new and larger mill will bo built at once. WEST CORNWALL. A very little rain, and more is needed. II. Ilowe, of Rutland, was in town this week. F. E. Foote is looking over the apple trade in this vicinity. F. S. Haskell returned last Saturday from his trip to Glens Falls, N. A Joseph AA'hite is haviug his houso lainteu. A'. Bowman is doing the work. Miss Laura Hngar, of AVeybridge, has been tho guest of Mrs. II. E. Sanford this week. Mrs. Ffank Naralone and children went to Lacolle, P, Q.,on Monday to visit relatives. Mrs. O. A. Field is at homo again after a stay of several weeks in New York city with relatives thero. Maurico, youngest child of Mr. and Mrs. V. II, Biugham, who has been seriously ill, is improving. Mrs. Sophia Bryant, of AVhiting, and Mrs. Susau Hubbard, of Middlebury, have been recent guests at II. E. Tay lor's. Roy ATancelett went to AA'orcester, j Mass., to bo present at tlie marriage of ! his brother Ernest, which took placo in that city on Tliursday of this week. I Lawrence WAIT, Bolh 'Phones M. E Twitchell and M. O. Field were in Orwell on business on AVednesday. Dr. A. AV. Biugham came up from New York city last Saturday night and returned Sunday night on the sleeper, taking with him his children and their nurse. -Mrs. M. A. Hamilton, formerlv of this place, but now of Portlanil, Me is tho guest of Mrs. P. R. Bijigham. AA'e aro alwavs glad to welcome our old friends. Dr.L.W. Allen Osteopath, Cinulunto of the Amerlcan School of Oateopnthy, Klrkavllle, .Mo. AVill open an office at 29 North Pleas ant street, Middlebury, Art. Nov. 1, '03. Where dq you hnd the Best Groceries ? AT BENEDICT'S Where do you find the Iarg est assortment ol good things to eat? AT BENEDICT'S Where do you find tlie clean est grocery store anyAvhero around here? AT BENEDICT'S Where do you find the only store around here devoted ex slusively to the sale of grocer ies? AT BENEDICT'S Where do you find the gro cery store that guarantees everything satisfactory, or money refunded? . AT BENEDICT'S Where is the store that will give your little child the same attention that it woulcl you? AT BENEDICT'S Where is the store that will deliver your packages proper ly Avrapped and clean? I AT BENEDICT'S Where is the store that em ploys clerks avIio will give you prompt and courteous treat ment? AT BENEDICT'S Where noted for goods? is the store that is prompt delivery of AT BENEDICT'S is Benedict's store? old stand in Battell Where At the Block, Avhere it has been doing a husthng grocery business for the past eleven years. If you are not a customer of this store you should join the procession of satisfied people avIio are. Call in yourself if possible, send in the children, hail the delivery man, or telephone your orders. We're at your service. R. S. BENEDICT