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J HYDE PARK, VT., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22, 1900. VOL. XIX, NO. 44, TE1UIS, $1.25. 7 WT NEWS AND CITIZEN. (Newb Established in 1H77 1 Citizen Established in 1M72. 1 United November 15, 18Hl. Published Kvery Wednesday by Lamoille Publishing Co. This blue X means that your subsen iitinn expires with this nvmlier, and that no more papers will be sent you unless your sulh scription is renewed. Renewal owe so as to receive next issue of paper. BUSINESS CARDS. WAT.iT Kit R. M ESSE ft. saa OCULIVT and Specialist in lenses for Jr&T defective eye. Orlice Wilder store, Main Street, Morrisville, Vt. C. S 1EACII, TVl P.. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Ollice, corner of Main and SunnnerMs.. Moiiriviu.k, Vt. Olfiee Hours: 7 to 9 a. in , 12 to i! and ti to s p. in. Telephone connection. JAMES W. ROIJBIXS, M.D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. (ttHce and residence lit Corner Congress and Union S reels, Morrisville, Vt. Tele phone con lection. DR. A. A. MINOTT. T ENTIST. Portland St.. Woodhmy linilding, J Morrisville, Vt. Special attention given to all branches of Dentistry, but especially the treatment and preservation of dead ami abcessed teetn ami an diseases oi the mown, wnen aa visable, Brass, ether and other anaesthetics will be used for extraction of teeth and other surgical wort. Ollice hour3, b to 12 a. in ; 1 to 6 p. in. J. At ROBINSON, TVENTIST, Rooms, Corner Brick Block, X-'near The Randall, rainless method, gas, ether, etc.. used. Special attention given to appointments from out of town. Ollice hours, 8 to iz, l to o. ISO. I'oriiunii hi., morris ville, Vt. W. Ii. AOAAJ8, V. 8 , VETERINARY SURGEON PHYSICIAN Equine surgery and dentistry a spec laity. Kesiuonce on sik anun street, Telephone.) Morrisville, Vt. . W. DOTY, PRACTICAL UNDERTAKER AND FU neral director. Embalming a specialty. Mokkirviixe, Vt. F. II. M'FAllT-iAND. TILEAGE POORS on all principal roads sold, rented or exchanged. Call on or address F. 11. McFARI.AND. Hotel Phoenix. Hvdk Pakk, Vt. STONE'S ORCHESTRA. MUSIC FURNISHED FOR CONCERTS Weddings, Lawn Parties, Promenades Dancing, and all occasions where music is required, violin Lessons; liows Kchaired Violins for sale. I'. E. Stone, Morrisville. II. J. LILLEY & CO., BACTICAL UNDERTAKKU8. X in balm ing a specialty. Telephone connection Hyde Park, Vt. I never advertise low prices, but Z do positive ly guarantee to give as good value for the mon ey as can bo obtained elsewhere in town. T. B. ELLIS, Grocer, 2Lox lis ville, Vt. OF CEREALS. Gran.Mla, Grnnose, (Jrspe Nul, I'ct'ij hn Mal ted Fond, Caramel U'-r III, IvhcatciM, (Vranuls, Quiikcr Oits, Wheaitull, I'o-Miin, Grain-O, etc. All fresh, e'ean anil gn.id io eat. II. IV4irE,L-nllMKUrnrer, MORKISVILLE, . . Ver-ront. ' " .... i if 5 t'vu. Till' I I 1 HT If you want anything in Groceries or Pr" visions, Fresh or Sale Meats, you'll find it here, J. F. THOMAS. Center Portland 1st., MORRIS 71LLE. Lamoille Central Academy and Hyde Park Graded School. Fall Term begins TUESDAY, SEPT 4. Thorough preparation for College In Classical and Iillu Courses. I'r cticnl course in English. Teaehers' Course lends to two j ears' certificate. Tuition 3.wj per term, f or particular or 4oard and rooms, apply to K. L. I NO ALLS, Principal Hyd9 Park, Vt, Aiir. 14, lll io. Ml ' r.., ,.A ,j "j iiiiuuMin ' fly F1 BUSINESS NOTICES. Tenement to Rent on Brooklyn side, in Matthews lilock. O. D. Matthews, Morrisville, Vt. For Sale. The Trucking busim ss of J. D. Remington. Apply fo C. H. A. Stafford, Morrisville, V t. Wanted An apprentice and store girl. Apply at once. Mary K Moony, Main St., Morrisville. Wanted. Will rent, with privilege of buy ing, a ten cow Mrm. iiusi nave goou nmio- ings, runuing water, etc. write cure of this office. Lost Cow : Left ourpasture Aug. 1 5, 1900, alarms yellow colored, dehorned cow, ear ing lumberman's bell. Finder please not fy A. 15. . jJ t nson, .vuirrisvuie. Ice Cream. Strawberry Fiuit and Vanilla : Shall have it every ilay ull Biimoier fur sale by plute, quart or gallon. 11. J. Uwinkll, .Morrisville, I. If vou want a new Road Wagon, Carriage, Harness or Mowing Machine, you can save money by calling on me. 8. 13. Waite; uyde Park. Notice. Anv body having tools, chains, books or uny other property belonging to F. E. Sawyer or bis f tunl.v, will please return the same at occe, aB he is arranging (or an auc tion. F. E. Sawyer. H.de Park. Pair op Horses for Sale ( heap Nee bays 5 and 7 years old, 1BU0 pounds, per fectly sound, kind and extra good roaders, and safe for lady to drive single or double. Come and see them. U. H. Hardy, Morrisville, Vt. Wanted. Young man to learn Photog raphy and take balf interest in one of the beet paying studios in Vermont. $250 does it. Good reasons for taking partner. This is a chance of a lifetime. Will Lear fullest in vestigation. Address Daisy Bracket fo., Montpelier, Vt. Millinery. Anew lot summer Felt St net Hats, Polka Dot ai.d B'Hidaijnn Sills and Satius, J'uune Ve'veis, elc. I hildi-eu's Car dinal and Navy Ftz Caps. Everything in Summer Millmerv going at hall price Mrs. F. P. Keeler, 10 Portland St.. Morrisville, Vt. Morrisville Laundry No fading of color ed goods in our laundry. You can safely trust us to leturn your goods with the colors as bright and dUtii.ct as when we receive them. There is a way of doing this which not all lauudrymen know but we do. W m. F. Flannagan. Photographs. H. E. Cutler will be in his Photograph Studio opposite pott office, Mor risville, beginning Monday, Aug 27. and end ing Friday, Auir 80. This will be my last trip to Morrisville as I havt sold out the Btudio to Homer Bentlpy. He takes posses sion Sept. 1. H. E. Cutler, BaTe, Vt. Photographs: Have purchased the pho tographic business of H. E. Cutler opposite the post-office and take possession September 1. All work will be finished in the litest styles, and 1 respectfully solicit the trade ol this and surrounding towns. Finishing for amateurs and the development of Dims a specialty. Call and see samples. Homer L. Bentley. . Closing. Out Sale. The Cowles stcck ot Pianos and Organs must be closed out this month. . This Is -a chance of a lifetime for anyone wanting anything in this line as it will be sold regardless of cost. New bigh grade upright Pianos for $200, $150 Organs 'or $100. Square pianosaluiost giveu away. The store will be open through the month of August, it won t cost you anything to look them over and hear them played. H. H. Hardy, Morrisville. LOCAL NEWS. MORRISVILLE. Mr. and Mra. Henry George are guests of 1 he Kandall. Judge Powers speaks at a political rally at Uradford h riday. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Pope are visit ing relatives in XSew lork. Miss Glenn Leach went to Lyndon to-day for a few days' stay. Ethel Edison of Wolcott is visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Hartson. Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Healey return ed from their outing Monday noon. Rev. G. N. Kellogg left yesterday for a few days' sojourn at The Wiers. Regular meeting of the W. R. C. Saturday evening, Aug. 25 at 7:30. The market gardens around town are looking finely. There are none better anywhere Mrs. Eugene Hadley's auction of household iffects comes to-morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock, with George Town to do the talking. Puffer M. E. church has been re- Hhingled, J. R. Parker acting as mas ter mechanic, with Chas. Llernck as manipulator of the shingles. The Sons of Veterans will meet at Hall & Cheney's office, Monday even ing, Aug. 27, at 8 o'clock, for general work. Jjet all brothers be present. Ila M. Niles returns to Boston Sat urday. September 1, she goes to New York, where she will join the Alice Neilson Troupe for the season. 0. L. Woods and II. M. Rich made a bicycle trip to Stanton Saturday. The next day In company with Wal ter Sargent they made a run through Grand Isle, returning home the same evening. Miss Anna George of Taunton, Mass., arrived here Friday evening on a visit to her parents and friends, after spending a portion of hr vaca tion at Old Orchard Beach, Me., and White Mountains, N. II. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Robinson, well- known to all our people, the former being our local editor for years and conducting a businews here, arrived in town Tuesday evening from Phila delphia for a visit with relatives and friends. Levels for the permanent piece of roadffork on Portland street, to Main street, were taken this morning and the work of constructing stone gutters commenced. It is proposed to begin the concrete work on cross walks and sidewalks soon. Dr. and Mrs. Chas. Goodrich of Brooklyn visited at T. C. Cheney's Sunday and Monday. Miss Emma Flynnof South Boston in Suiting at Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Dwi uhU'b for a week or so. Members of the Masonic order will remember the special convocation this, Wednesday, evening. Mrs. W. 0. Rnehileau of St. Johns bury was here Friday and Saturday visiting with old-time friends. Rev. and Mrs. M. S. Eddy are re ceiving congratulations over the coming to their home of a daughter. Eighteen went to Burlington this morning to look upon the Street Fair show, and six went yesterday morn ing. ; The N. E. O. P. people are to have a promenade in their hall next Tues day evening, to be followed by light reliesh merits. Will Whipple of Boston arrived in town Saturday evening for a week's utav with his parents, Prof, and Mrs. W.'F. Whipple. Mrs. Maria N. Richardson, widow of the late J. C. Richardson, has been granted a pension through the agency of A. A. rsiles. The dedicatory exercies of the new school building will be held on Mon day, Sep. 3. The program will be given out next week, so bear it iu mind. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Spaulding of New Britain, Coun.. who visited at Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Matthews' several daa the past week, returned home Monday. Jacob Waite of Clarenceville, P. Q., was here several days the past week on a visit to his too lieury, accom panied by hi daughter Amy of Man chester, N. II. II. I Niles, a cousin of A, A. Niles ami a former resident, was killed last Friday at his home in Springfield, Mass , by the accidental discharge of a shot gun he was cleaning. Mies Genie Rochileau, who had teeo assisting at the telephone exchange here during the absence of Mr. and Mrs. D. P. "Hea'ey, returned to St. Jobusburv Saturilay evening., Rev. Dr. and Mrs. I. P. Booth re turned from their vacation visit in Connecticut Saturday evening, ac commanied by Miss Grace Booth who expects to remain here two weekjj, Louis Booth of Northfleld was in town over Sunday. His appearance would indicate that tbeclimate down that way agreed with him, and that business matters were running his way. Rev. Dr. Booth will conduct the services at the Uuiversalist church next Sunday. The rest he has taken has evidently been productive of good, and bis bearers will get the benefit of it. The bigh water last spring made a mixed up mess down in Egypt with the concrete work in the bend and a portion of it was carried out. To re place it, load after load of heavy rocks have been carted down there to be dsed for rip-rapping purposes at that point. Geo. Cooke, a former Morrisville boy, who has carried on a farm for the past eight years in Jtff jrsonville, in tends to emigrate to Massachusetts at the expiration of his preheat lease and have charge of J. C. F. Slayton's suburban farm. His previous record is a pretty good recommendation. The venerable mother of David Brown, operated upon last week by Dr. J. W. Robbins, assisted by Drs. E. H. Johnson of Connecticut and Slayton of Hyde Park, for the remov al of a cancerous tumor on her arm weighing four pounds, is doing finely, and was able yesterday to Bit up for a while. Asa Ober, over on Congrees street, with his son-in-law, V. C. Heath, has quite a tract of ground. Thereon grows a very fine field of corn, flowers are plentiful under Mrs. Heath's care, as well as red and black raspberries in the past season. It is surprising what can be grown on a small tract of ground in a village. Miss Jane E. Cbafin, who has been a missionary of A. B. C. F. M. in Chi na for the past 20 years and who re turned from Pekin, where she was ttationel, last March, will speak of her experiences, the importance and promise of the work, in the Cong'l church next Sunday at the hour of the morning service. Among events announced for this fall Is a "Rummage Sale," conducted by the ladies of the (Jniversalist socie ty. This will aff jrd housekeepers an opportunity for clearing store rooms of odds and ends that have accumu lated and will put before the public a line ot secona-nana articles at prices that cannot rail to appeal to the eco nomical buyer. The booklet for Peoples' Academy for the coming year was issued from au outside Office. It is a creditable job and in the line of the work issued from this office in years past. The writer Is only a sub-agent on behalf of the News and Citizen and can speak out in "meeting," and can Bay Just as good work has been done here and can be again. The campaign cry this year is to patroniza home in dustry. Republican Kallies. In addition to the rally at Morris ville to-morrow night Republican ral lies will be held in the county in the following places : Aug. 23-At Eden; Capt. F. L. Green of St. Albans, speaker. Aug. 24 At Johnson; Hon. John Barrett, Ex-Minister to Siam, speak er; Prof. Maxham singer. Aug. 27 At Stowe; non. Frank Plumley, speaker. Aug. 29 At Wolcott ; Hon. Frank Plumley, speaker. Au. 30 At Jefferson ville; Gen. Grout and Frank Plumley, speakers. Sept. 1-At Hyde Park ; F. G. Fleet wood, speaker. At Belvidefe some time next week, R. W. Hulburd, speaker. Do Vou Want to Vote,? li your name on the check list? If not you cannot vote September 4 for National, State, County and Town officers. This applies to those who have voted for years, as well as those who reach their majority this year. The latter must appear before the board and take the "freeman's" oath. All this can be done up to the Satur day evening preceding the election. If you get "cheated" out of the privi lege of voting blame yourself. The Town Clerk's office is the place to ap ply. Let there be a full vote. Republican Rally. Politics are floating around thick and fast. Last Thursday evening was the flag raising, mentioned else where, and to-morrow evening, Thurs day, Auir. 23, is the virtual opening of the State campaign, when Hon. W. W. Stickney, Republican candi date for Governor and Hon. J. L Martin will address the voters of Morristown upon the live issues of the day. This meeting should be largely attended, for the voter in tnese aays cannor, anora to miss hearing all sides. It may not change previous decisions, but all should avail themse) ves of getting the fullest extent of information attainable The occasion will enable you to meet your next thief Magistrate and should not be neglected. A band will be in attendance and the music it will ren der will be no small treat. Democratic Bally. evening is the appointed nfymmlfthe occaision and Hon. John U. Senter of Montpelier, candidate for Governor, and Hon. T. J. Boyn ton of Everett, Mass., will be the speakers. The Stowe band and North Hyde Park Drum Corps will furnish the music. Will Utton returned from Old Orch ard last week. Tuesday he started for York State, accompanied by Mrs Utton. Next week he drives in a race for a $10,000 purse at Hartford, Ct Some very attractive changes are bung made in the Hendee & iisk building. The main office has been divided in the centre by a handsome metal railing. Gov. Hendee occupies the front section. The other half with the small room directly back of it will ba arranged for the Warren ijeatneruo. uenate & t isk will oc cupy the small room heretofore used by Fisk & Slocum. When the new furniture is in place it will make one of the most attractiveand convenient places of business in this section. The following is the assignment of teachers for the lall term in Morris town : Corners, Clara Dodge; Cady'a Falls, Alice Miner; No. 4, Campbell, Florence Billings; No. 6, Spaulding, Lucy Laraway; No. 7, Strong, Lilla Smith; No. 9, Adams. Eva Campbell; No. 10, Cole, T. J. Stewart; No. 13, No. Laport, Edna Carpenter; No. 14, Edwards, Mary Barrows; No. 15, Sherwood, Stella Hadley; No. 16, Tyudall, Leon Terrill; No. 19, Bill ings, Cora Dutton. School in the Billings dietrict will open Aug. 27, and in the other districts Tuesday, Sept. 4. t The young ladies' of the Congrega tional society will furnish supper Thursday afternoon or this week in stead of Friday, at the -vestry. A full meeting of all the members of the church and congreeation is requested as iraoortant business in which all are interested is to be transacted The missionary meeting and also the meeting of the United Workers will be held upon that day instead of Fri day. 1'raver meeting will De post pone'i until Friday. They hope that everyone coming to the rally in the evening will find it convenient to take supper with them and be very wel come. far, and the time limit was reached Monday, no caucuses were held in Morristown. The candidates for Representative on the Republican side are II. P. Munson, F. G. Fleet wood and G. W. Doty, the latterrun ningon a platform which is printed elsewhere in this Issue. The Demo cratic standard bearer for the 1900 campaign is D. C. Spaulding. He has lived kere, like all the ret-t of the can didats, for years. Eich and all are representative citizans and the town will not be misrepresented from loyal standpoint by the selection ot any ii them, and the selection rests with the eight hundred and odd voters of the town. There is a wide range of choice for the voter. HYDE PARK. Stand by your party. There was a private hop at the hcenix last evening. The tent meetings at Centerville draw good audiences. Holbrook has placed a new sign over his meat-market. Remember Prof. Cornell's concert next Monday evening. Consult the advertising columns of this paper for bargains. A. J. Bowers of Worcester, Mass., is in town for a short visit. Sunday, Sppt. 1G, is the probable date for dedicating the new church." Col. Sawyer and R. W. Hulburd at tended the rally at Burlington Tues day. Fred Gale has returned to Chicago, after a couple of weeks' vacation here. The eign "Hotel Ptoeaix" again adorns the outer wall of that hos telry. Miss Ella Kinsley spent several days the past week with friends at .Lowell. S. W. Corse and family of Mont pelier were recent visitors at A. V. Wiswells. Nothing the matter with this weather; like the Republican party, its all right. Clarence Foster has gone to Barre, where he has a position to learn the barber b trade. Mrs. Grace Stevens and child of Hartland are at E. L. Noyes' lor a few weeks' sojourn. Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Waite weie called to Bakerstleld Saturday to attend the funeral of a cousin. Mrs. S. B. Waite and daughter, Lilah, are spending a few days with friends at Qieen City Park. F. P. Hill spent Sunday with his family at Highgate Springs. He went "overland with a bike. Miss Lucy Wicker of -New York, is spending a few days here with her college mate, Miss Alice Page. H. M. McFarland and wife are spending a few days at Old Orchard. They will return next Tuesday. Mrs. J. T. Stevens and her sister, Mrs. Brown, are spending a few days in Burlington and Queen City Park. A. L.Goddard is improving his res idence by building twolarge verandas thereon. A. H. Manley is doing the job. Mrs. Joanna:! Griswold leaves to morrow for Greene, Me., where she will spend several weeks with rela tives. C. A. Knight has commenced the erection of a green house on his premises. It will be up-to-date in all respects. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Knight and Mrs. A. H. Copley start on their western trip next Saturday; they will be ab sent several weeks. R. W. Hulburd speaks at No. Troy Thursday evening and at Franklin Friday evening. He has been invited to speak at St. Albans. Miss Alice Page gave a party to a few of her friends last Wednesday evening in honor of her cousin, Miss Edith Patch, of Boston. Mrs. Ferdinand Gauthier entertain ed a number of her friends very pleas antly last Saturday evening, serving refreshments on the lawn. Mrs. Newton Leach, nee Patie Woodworth. visited at W. H. Harris' last week, returning to her home at Eoosburg Falls Saturday. Mrs. C. A. Slayton returned Satur day from a several days' visit with her sister at Worcester. A. A. Bliss accompanied her, returning Sunday Leigh Wellman, with his wife and child, from Lowell, spent several days here the past week with M. P. Cheney and family and L. C. Andrews and wife. The McKinley and Roosevelt flag, newly lettered and put in shape for the campaign, now waves majestical Iv over the street in front of the Phoenix. Mrs. C. J. Patch and daughter Edith, who have been spending sev eral weeks in this vicinity, returned to their home at Dorchester, Mass., Tuesday. II. C. Lanpher has filed nomination papers for Representative. The pa pers are signed by F. L. Lillev, Har rison Grout, E. V. Lilley, U. J. Lilley and Geo. Brown. Charles Riley and his son, Master Cornell, from Proctor, and John Riley, Charles' father, from Salt Lake City, made a brief visit here with relatives last week. , Cushing Nichols visited his daugh ter at the State Asylum at Water- bury last Thursday, lie found her in quite good health and contented with the surroundings. Mrs. Flora Mitchell of Charleston, HI., who is viBiting her parents, Mr and Mrs. I. C. Vaughan has gone to Boston for a short stay. She will re turn here before going West. Misses A. D. Sawyer, Wilma Leach, Alma Bugbee and perhaps others from Gov. Page's office, go to w in Je mere Point, Eden Lake, Friday, to spend a few days as guests of Mrs. 1. T. Demo. A party of young people from this place spent Monday at Elmore Pond. Invitations are out announcing the approaching wedding of William Wilson Thorpe and Miss Isadora Darling Noyes. The event occurs Wednesday, Sept. 5, at the residence of E. L. Noj es. Street Commissioner Stevens is do ing good work on the village streets. For several days he has had a gang of men with teams graveling Main and Railroad streets, making great impiovements thereon. V. L. Blodgelt is building a meat cart for H. R. Jones over at "Coo suck Farm" in Morristown. The "not act" may be read should the ew cart do business in the corporate mite of Hyde Park village. C. L. Gates and F. II. McFnrlnnd School Director and Superintendent, nave oeen actively engaged the past few days in changing text books and renovating the blackboards in the various school houses in town. Since becoming sole proprietor of Windemere Point" at Eden. P. T. Denio has driven a well on the prem ises and will make manv other im provements thereon. He intends to have a model summer home there. Mrs. A. L. Goddard has ennn tn South Framingham, Mass., to spend a few weeks with her son Charlee. Her husband will join her there this week and take a short vacation, lea v- ng affairs at the Hide House in ibarge of the boys. Russel S. Page sailed from New fork last Saturdav on the "Astoria" for Glasgow, Scotland. He will spend several weeks on the other side, tak ing in the Paris exposition and other points of interest. Business will be combined with pleasure. The Republicans of Hvde Park will have another rally here before the campaign closes. The time is fixed for Saturday evening, Sept. 1. The speakers will be F. G. Fleetwood, Egq , of Morrisville and Hon. R. W. Hulburd of this place. Further par ticulars next week. W. E. Johnson, E?q., the Commis sioner in thecaseof H,M. McFarland, A. D. Robbins complainant, has filed bis report. He finds that the charges against McFarland are not true and that in all the matters complained of, respondent acted in good faith. This settles the famous case and fully . exhouorates McFarland. Invitations have been received here by various parties to the wedding of Dr. Victor C. Pedersen and Winni fred L. Hartley. The event takes place at Gouverneur, N. Y., Sept. 4. Dr. Pedersen has many friends here ' who extend hearty congratulations and trust that his matrimonial life may be full of joy and happiness. A scrub game of base ball Saturday afternoon last created considerable amusement. Thorpe and Eaton were the battery for one side with Cheney and Grimes on the other. Geo. Parker, 2d, acted as umpire and his decisions proved him to be well up with the rules of the game. The score was 6 to 4 in favor of Cheney's side.. On Monday evening next Prof. C. S. Cornell, the well-known baritone soloist of Holyoke, Mass., will give a concert here at the Town Hall, assist ed by Miss Marion Cornell, as pianist. Mr. Cornell is an excellent singer and as the entertainment is for the bene fit ot the Ladies' Aid, a liberal pat ronage is desired. We bespeak for them a full house. All the schools in town commence Tuesday, September 4. Here are tie instructors: Academy, E. L. Ingalls, Mrs. E. L. Ingalls, Miss Blanche Brig ham: North Hyde Park, Miss Etfie Gray, Miss Alice Holbrook; Wiswell district, Miss K. Malony; Centerville, Wilson Leach ; Centre, Miss Vivian Bullard; Garfield, Miss Winnie Roon ey; Plains, Miss Canie Laraway; Bundy district, E. Horner; McKins try, Miss Uosmer; Barnes district, Miss Davis. A party was given last Friday af ternoon by Miss Anna Gauthier to her little cousin Miss Regina O'Brien, who, with her parents and grand mother, are visiting here. The in vited guests were the Misses Marion Slayton, Frances and Elmira Noble, and Marjorie Hulburd, Masters Car roll aud Proctor Page, Harold Noble and Freddie Child. The young peo ple played games, after which refresh ments were served on the lawn. The afternoon wound up with a grand promenade and "cake walk" by the little ones, which was very amusing. Dr. and Mrs.W.W.Genge invited all the children in the village between the ages of four and twelve to a party at their house last Thursday afternoon, given in honor of the eeventh birth day of their eon, Master Valleau Genge. About fifty responded and spent the afternoon at the doctor'8 home. There were gamea and a general good time, which all greatly eDjoyed. Dainty refresh ments wora served. Master Valleau wan presented with a purse of five dollars from his friends. The entire company were photographed by the doctor and each of the guests will be presented with a copy. The affair waa a very pleasant one and will long be remembered by the little folks. Additional locals ou page 4.