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KEAD ALICE OF OLD VINCENNES.
OCTOBEIl 23, 190,: BHIblOL LUUALa. Clmrlcs Crano of Strafford waa in town Saturday. Mrs. Ernest White was in Burlington last week. Mrs. William Knnpton went to Bur lington Montlny. E. J. Bristol returned Saturday night from New York. Miss Mary Cady of Miilillebury was in town over Suntlay. J. Z. Gaudett visited friends in Mid dlebury last week. Tho new furniture for tho Odd Fellows lmll arrivcd Tuosday. L. J. Larock, of Keene, N. II., is in town for a fow days. Mrs. Anthony MelCinnon and son wont to Burlington Monday. E. N. DiUe has moved into tlio Orove teneinent on Mountain streot. Mrs. N. D. Bissonelt is at work in tho millinery storo of Pay & Paliner. Mrs. Perry Eddy, of Excelsior, Minn., is visiting relatives in this vicinity. Miss Amy Sunmer will lcad tho Ep worth league meeting Sunday oven ing. L. M. Lewis, of Duxbury, has becn in town, tho guest of his sister, Mrs. Phoibe Ridley. OORREOT OLOTHES Ready-to-Wear Fall and Winter City Hall Square, South ouperintenuent K. uenio, oi tno urts tol railroad, was in Rutland Tuesday. Ira Gove of Qrecnfleld, Mass., arrivcd in town last wcek for a Bhort visit with fricnds. Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Gibson, of Ferris btirgh, arrivcd in town last week for a brief visit. Rov. S. P. Perry, pastor of tho Baptist church, returned Monday from his vacation. There is unclaimcd niail at the local postolllco for Mr. Oharles Shaw, R. F. D. No. 2. Miss Bernice Stevcns, of Whiting, was tho guest of Miss Frances Sumncr ono day last weck. Rcv. W. A. Kinzic, a foriner pastor of the Haptist church, was in town tho first of the wcek. E. B. Patterson and Miss Carrie Pat terson returned Saturday from their visit in New York. Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Gibson went Mon day to Salisbury to be absent the re luainder of tho wcek. Mrs. C. E. Waite will lcad the young peoples' meeting at tho Congregational church Sunday evening. Constable R. S. Smith returned last week from tho Mary Fletcher hospital whero he uuderwent a successful opera-tion. ll Ar --l--: '.ffii !($) .T?) -ySWjmt &3Wf Hi '' '.'mmm ..?as COPVRIOHT inoj BY W C. UOTIt ciayton and Vernon wnmetnore, ot Worcester, Mass., who havc been visit ing relatives in this vicinity, have re turned. N. D. Bissonett, traveling salesman for the Bristol Manufacturing conipany, arrivcd in town Saturday night for a few days'stay beforo starting on his next trip. Tell all your neighbors thoy should road "Alico of Old Vincennes," the greatest historical novel ever written. Twenty ilve cents will pay for this pnpcr three months, or till the story is coinpleted. W. II. Hamner, of Lincoln, who was arrested Saturday night by Deputy Sheriff E. B. Paliner, pleaded guilty toan offenco of intoxication beforo Justice II. P. Sherwin Monday morning and paid a line and costs of 15.45. Mrs. Clarissa E. Stowart celebrated her eighty-fifth birthday at tho home of her niece, Mrs. B. F. Sheldon, Monday afternoon. Unknown to Mrs. Stewait several elderly ladies had been invited in to spend the afternoon and take tea with her. Ninc widows were present, their agcs ranging from seventy-three to eighty-six years. Several others were invited who were not ablo to be present. All seemed to enjoy tho afternoon. Tho teachers in tho public schools have arranged to go to Burlington tomorrow (Friday) to visit tho schools in that city FOR MEN Styles 1903-04 7 Burlington, Vt. lney wiu leave lsnatol at o.lUa. m. to connect with the early train out of New Haven Junction and return on tho regular train leaving Burlington at 4 p. m. Tho fare for the round trip will be St.GO. Tle W. C. T. U. met Tuesday after noon with Mrs. Rosenian. Mrs. F. J. Avery, delegate from tlio local organiza tion to the state convention at Wood stock, gave a veport of the gathering. Bristol lodge, No. 30, I. O. O. F., will open its new hall in tho Hatch block Wednesday evening, October 28. Every thing in the power of the hall com mittcc has been donc to make tho hall ono of tho best appointed in tho state. All Odd Fellows, and their wives, of Btistol lodge No. 30, ari; reiueBted to be present, also all Rebekahs and their husbands and all Odd Fellows and Re bekahs of other lodges, are invited to attend. The hour is 8 o'clock. LINCOLN. who are ill are Those about tho same. S. Buel has moved into his own house. Alfred Lamb and son were in Bristol last week. Mr. Bownian has moved to the Cush man tenemcnt. Thomas Leonard, of Bristol, was in town on Saturday. Rev. Mr. Haines has been seriously ill and fever is feared, Will Pollard has moved to William Morgan's farm in North Lincoln. Mrs. L. A. Bryant has returned from a visit to her son Fred in Malone. Jarum York is boarding with his granddaughter, Mrs. Rena James. Clj'de Bean and mother, of Bristol, have moved into tho Fortune house. Mrs. Saint Clair and daughter, of Ferrisburgh, were in town this week. Vernie James has moved to C. Bick nell's house. He is in his ollice on AVpd nesday and Saturday. Rev. Mr, Royes was the guest of Lewis Green and family during his tay in j town, but was called home on Sunday to attend a funeral. Among those from town to attend the 1 Free Baptist meeting were Mr. and Mrs. I Lee Southwick, of Starksboio, and Mr. and Mrs. Alleson, of Charlotte, j The meetings at the unioii church I closed on Sunday night and were well , attended althoiigh many were detained : at home on account of the weathur. ! Tell all your neighbors they shoiilcl tcad ! "Alice of Old Vincennes,' tlie greatest ! historical novel ever written. Twenty ' (ive cents will pay for this paper three I months, or till the story is coinpleted. j Charles Basalow's funeral was held at I the M. E. church on October 13, and ' was attended by a large nuinber of fiiends and relatives. Rev. G. Cady ofliciated and L. C. Bain had charge. The burinl was in the family Iot in Maple cemetery. The funeral of Carrie Ihkins, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ilaskins, was held at the home of her father on Sun day at 12 o'clock, and was attended by many friends and relatives. Rev. Mr. Thurston, of Huntington, ofliciated. The burial was in tho Maple cemetery. She left a large family circle to mourn her loss and thev have the svmpathv of all. Mrs. Laura (Bombard) Cram was butied on Sunday from her home. Rer. Mr. Royes, of Waterbury Center, ofli ciated and I. J. Colby had charge of the arrangements. A large number were present notwithstanding the storm. Mrs. Cram was respected by all who knew her. She has been a great sufferer and leaves a husband, a son and two oaughters to mourn her loss, and a large circle of friends and relatives who have the synipathy of the conmiunity. Tho burial was at the Maple cemetery. SPIRIT OF THE PRESS. If Mayor Burke and theboard of alder nien aren't having a parrot and monkey time with the city of Burlington then the information at hand is entirely unreliable. Hardwick Gazette. This appears to be a freak year for picking fruit out of season. From all j)arts of the state come reports of straw berries, raspberries, and smiilar daiuties ripening in October. A few candidaeies that have been ripo a few times before and were left to wither on the stalk are also seen to bud agaiu in blushing hope. St. Albans Messenger. Vermont needs one or two good old fashioned hangiugs and this epidemic of j inuruers tnat is alllit'ting tlie state will come to an end. In the opinion of this j paper the silly talk alwut atolishing the ' death penalty which some papi'rs delight ! to indulge in has homething to do with the alarming increaso in the number of theso criines. Swanton Courier. Good for that Poultney justice of tho peace! Let his name be rcinembered. Justice Walker. He iined an Italian I flfty dollars for phootiug robins. If this treatment would extend to other sec tions the law would be held in grenter respect and the public would be pleased, The Italiau workmen in and nenr Rut land have all biiminer created great I havoc among rdbins and other birds. I No Ivariety of insectivorous or siuging j birds has escaped their wt, anl tnese j birds have been practiually exterminated ny tnese poacnei-s. A tew moro Justico Walkers are needed. How's Thib? Wo olfor Ono llimdrcd DollRra Kcwnrd for ftny cnuo ot Cuturrh thut cannnt bo curod by linll's C'atftrrli Curo. V. J. CI1BNKY & CO.. Toledo. O. Wo, tlie uiulorslgncd, liavo known F. J. Chonoy tor tho Iust 15 vcnrH, and bellovo lilm porfoctly honorablo ln all businoss trnns. uctloiiB aiul Ilndnclally uble to carry out uny obllKatlona mado by their llrm. West & Tkuax, Wliolosalo DrugKlsts, Toledo. Waldino. ICinKan & Mahvin, Wliolosalo DrugKlsts, Tolcilo. O. llall's Catarrli Curo U takon lnternally, actlntf Ulrootly upou tlie blood ftiul tnucous stirtacos ot tbo Bjstem. TostlmontnU seut freo. lTlce, 7So nor bottlo. Sold by nll DruggUta. llall'n Kauilly rilla uio tlio best. OKWELL. Robert Ryan has llnished his new horbo barn. Mrs. E. L. Stovens was in Rutland last Thnrsday. Col. W. B. Wright is in New York for medical treatmeut. W. C. llack imrchased a fine horso last weck of Horace Ellis of Castleton. John Knox was badlv iniured last Sat urday while taking n cow to the village. Jlrs. A. Warren nnd C. L. Haminond are making general repairs on their farm barns. Judge Branch shipped this week a car loau ot appies to Austin Kimball & Uo., of New York. Dr. Marsh of Brandon went home with a flno deer, Friday which he shot in thp AUironuacks. Many of our neonle are talkinir of trv ing their luck deer hunting as soon as tne law says go in. Fred Sweenor's son is recovering from typhoid fever and his little sister has been taketi down with the same. John Stevens and L. B. Needham are handling about all tho appies this fall at from $2.00 to 2.25 per barrel. The Orwell Congregational Sunday school will be represented at the State Convention at 'Burlington this week by Miss Mablo Wells and L. O. Bascom. Rev. B. Swift will attend as a County delegate. Tho Orwell Creamery Co., held a special meeting, Tuesday eve, Oct.lSth, and elected H. D. Brancli, C. B. Cook and W. C. Hack committee to look up location; solicit stock subscriptions get a charter and rej)ort when ready to a special meeting of the associa tion. Patrick D. Laverv. son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lavery, died at hi3 home in Or well, Monday Oct. 12, of consumption. His funeral which was held from St. Paul's Catholic church Wednesday was one of tho largest ever seen in town, thus showing the high esteeni in which the young man was held. About forty-fivo niembers of the C. O. F. of both Shore ham and Cornwall, the latter court of which the young man was a member, at tended to jny their last respects to their dead comrade. The lloral tributes were beautiful and costly, there being a pillow from the C. O. F.. hesides many cut llowiT.s Iroin sympatliizing friends. Mr. Lavery was a young man of iine charact er and cxeellent liubits, and we can but mourn his untimely death. Ile t-howed even in his last moments a Christian lortitude and a willingneos to go to his etemal home. "Theii! 1 no llnck, Howovcr wntcliuil or lunilcl, llut ono di'nd lainb Is tliuro; Thero U no liomu, llowuvur wntelieil nnd tcndcd, llut lm ono vucnnt clmlr." VERGENNES. Mrs. C. M. Grand- and childten Sunday with her sister. Mrs. Maitin of North Feirisburgh. sp"Ilt Alice The house belonging to Mr. and Mrs. John Rebort on Comfort Hill was totally dehtroyed by fire Monday morning at 1 o'clock. The house was insured. After a hotly contested game the Ver gennes high school football team de feated the Edmunds high school in a game Saturday by the score of 32 to 0. EdwardTobin, who has been emiiloyed in the Sheldon Brug store in Middlebury during the absence of Br. Sheldon, has resumed his duties at the Warner Dnig store in this city. Friday evening, November Oth, is the date of the grand harvest hall at the Bissell House, East Slioieham. This is an event that is Iooked forward to with pleasant anticipation by inany people. Mrs. Clarence Kellogg of Madison, Wis., who has been visiting her mother, Mrs. II. Adams, returned home Friday accompanied by her mother. Mrs. Adams will make her ftiture home with her daughter. While Stephen Bates was picking ap pies Friday the limbon which the lad der rested broke, letting Mr. Bates fall to the ground, adistance of 18 feet. Al though no bones were broken he was badly hruised. Joseph Devoid was given a surprise Friday evening by about 70 of his friends and neighbors, theoccasion being his 00 birthday. Sandwiches, cake and colfee were served. Vocal and instrumental niusie helped while away the even ing. WEST ADDISON. Mrs. Oliver Vanderhoff is not as well. Mrs. Will Fisk spent Sunday in Crown Point. Carl Benson was in town a few days last week. Mrs. Purdon is visiting her daughter in Moriah, N. Y. Mrs. Robert Moody visited in New Haven last week. Miss Mollio Ilamilton spent Sunday at her homo in Woybridge. Mrs. F. Smith and childreu have re turned home from Starksboro. Mrs. McAallister, of Port Henry, spent Sunday with Mrs. James Rains. Mrs. Lee Vanderhoir, of Vergennes, is tho guest of Mrs. John Huchington. MissTwitchell and Miss Harringdean, of Weybridge, visited at F. Fisher's last week. Mr. and Mrs. Stores and son were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hartwell last week. Vermont Markets. Middlebury, Oct. 20. There was a light attendauce at Ixitli local markets Monday and binall receints. Tho price of butter is still in tlie vicinity of 10 to 19 cents owing to tho large stock of cold storago butter on tho market. Eggs are scarce and higher. 28 cents per dozen being paid for strictly fresh laid eggs per dozen. Buistol, Oct. 20. The continned rise in the price of eggs is the only feature of the local market. Butter $ cents; eggs 20 cents; beef, .1 cents; veal, 8 cents; ianih, 8 cents; pork, 0i cents; chickens, 13 cents; fowls, 11 cents; pota toes, 35 cents a bushel. Monmsvii.LE, Oct. 20. Tho Boston butter market gained some strength soon after our last report, and prices advauced ono-half ceut in all destrable grades. Receipts aro liberable for this season of year and trado is only moder ate. Our prices nre as followsij Very liest largo separator dairv, 20 cents; very best small separator dairy, 17 to 19 cents; off grades and odd lots 14 to 10 cents; prints and 2-lb boxes about ono cent higher. The Old Bee Hive 91 Church St., BURLINGTON, VERMONT. A NEW Tlio mamiBomcnt of this pnppr lias prlntcd thlswook for your rcndlng nnd bcnoflt, tlio flrstcliaptorsof n new serlal story. ltcadlt. Knjoylt. It's splondldly ln. tcrcstlng. Butto read our aUver- STORY THIS WEEK tUomcnls from weok to weok In ovory Ibsuo of tlils paper Klvcs you an lnsicht Into tho very best, Intcst and most approved Knshlons ai they nrrlvo. It also glvc you an appor tunlty to study tho pilees of staplo mer chandlHo and placus you ln louch wllh tho BEST DRY QOODS and Oarmcnt House ln tho Stato of Vermont. If you doslro Bttinplea wrlto for them wo nnswor by return mall. If you doslro Garments, wo will send tliotn to you on npproval, ox prass pald. You can shop by mall caslly at The Old Bee Hive BURLINGTON, VT. Wants, For Sale,Etc. A New Seed Potato. Most wonderful yielder; over five hundred bushels to acre. Ready for market 90 days from planting. At MRS. GALVIN'S Brooksvillo, STORE, vt. BEST FARM IN COUNTY Oue of the best larms ln Addison county is otlered for salc to close an estate, contalns 250 acrcs of good land, sultably dividcd in 6 pasturage and til- lage. pieiitv oi wood lor place. Good buildings. llno l.irgc stone house, good horse nnd other barns with best sprlrg riiiiniiig water to buildings Pleasantly situated on tht innin road from Middle bury to Bridport, 3 nilles from the form er. Sultable for a dairy or stock farm. For partlculars apply to" II. E. SAXFORD, Executor. Middlebury, Vt., R. F. D., No. 2. I.eave your orders for JOHH DEEEE PMWS JVHJD KXTRAS with the agent Vergenaes, Vt. GUNS - REVCLVERS RETr'jaLin'ED Guns stockccl, bored out. Hunting knlves made. Mpplcs of all klnds for iruns. shop 5 mlles noith of Mlddleimry on Munccr 9treet road. Address, VM. X. HKNNKTT, 37m3p H1U3TOL. VT., U. H. No. 1. Wontorl -- A 000I) active dnica AGE.NT for Mlddlo. bury and vicinity to soll teas, cnirees. baklng powder, splces, elc. For a hustler this Is an oxcellent oppnrtunlty and libcral conimls. slon. NEW WAGON FUKNI JIIEI). Call on or addi'ess THE UNION PACIFIC TEA C0., S Merchants' Row, Rutland, Vt. OLD PICTURES WANTED of Georgo Washington; also old Amerlcan historical plcturos; hlichcst piicos pald ; when wrltlns u'lvo namo of ongravor nnd dato of publlshlng; also any other Information appearing on pleturo. Address, llio I'nlted l'ubllshlng House, 1'. O. Mox 751, New York. Twenty-tlvo room llcensed hotol well locatvd with good bar trado, lurgo barns. Would oschango for Addison County farm. J. D. SHAHAN, l'OHT Henkv, N. Y. At low price 25 FKEXCII MEKIXO KWES, 1 French Merino stock ram. GEO. T. DIMMOCK, West Cornwall, Vt. 43mlp I.COHI'01lATi:i I84T. ipoit, Jniyu, iooa, n,(iaa,7io.ho I'reiuluiii .Vccotiiit, - - 78,74U.04 Surplu - 430,000.00 Totnl Aairtt, - TltUSTEES. Charles I'. Smith, I henkv Giiek.ne, u. j., jiAniiuw, A. It. 1'IKKCE. WlLLAItl) CKANI HENiir Wells, F. W. WAHD Dtiposlts mado during thotlrst four business days.of tho uinnth draw lnteret from the flrjt. If mado nfterward Interestwlll com menco the tlrst of tho followliiK inonth. Interestwlll bo crudlteil to deposltors Jan uary 1 and July 1, comiiounditiK twlco ayear. Thoro aro no stockholders ln thls bank. All oarulngs, loss exponses, belnnuto deposttor. Tho rato of lnterest depends upon tho earn lngs but tho law tlxes tlio nito that auy sav tngs bank ln tho State can pay at not to ex ceed thruo and ono half per cent perannum, untll lts surplus reaches ton por cent of lu ile poslts, whon a special divlilend ls provlded tor. All taxcs in thls State are pald by tho bank on deposlts of ti.OW or less. Doposlts aro ro cotvcd ln sums from tl to 2,ii00, ond no tnter ost will bo pald oa any sum ln excoss of tbls amount, oxcept on deposlts by widows, orplmus, admlnlstrators, oxecutors, guar. illans, charltablo or rellgioua lnstltutlons or on trust funds deposltoil by ordor ot thw court. No inonoy loanod to any offlcor or trustoo of tho bank. OHAnLKS P. SMITH. Prosldont FltKDEltlCK W. WAHD Treasurer. E. S. 1S1LAM. Aai't Treafl.