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THE VERMONT PHCENIX, BRATTLEBORO, ER1DAY, APRIL 22, 1904.
THE PUTNEY COLUMN Death of John Underwood. John NpwIoii Fnderwood, 72, dled nt 4 4," o'clock Mondny nfternnnn nt tho home of hls dnughter, Mrs. K, W. lluntley. Ho hnd been 111 wlth henrt tllseiise soverul months nnd hnd been In fnlllng henlth nll wlnlcr, hut hls crltlcnl lllness datcd from nlinut slx wocks ngo. Mr. Fnder wcxid wns ino of four chllilrcn of Phln ens nndFnnny (Roed) t'nderwood, nnd lic wnn tlip Inst survlvor of lils fntlicr's fnmlly. Phlnons I'ndenvood wns nctlvo In llio l'utncy Congrogntlnnnl church nnd wns ono of tho leuders ln tho lnovrment 1o hnvo It movcd from West hlll to Its present locntlon. Ile nnmod nll IiIh chll ilrcn nftcr Cotigrcgiitlonnl mlnlstcrs. John N. Fndorwood wns linrn Dee. S, 1S3I, on thp Corsor plnce In Dummerston, iii-nr thp Putnpy 'llnp, nnd llvcd tliprp untll 1853, when hp wpnt to Cnllfornln ln sonrch of gold. Ilc spent flvp yenrs ln Cnllfornln nn.l hnd mnny Interostlng ex pcrlonccs, rcturnlng In lSSS. On Jun. 1, 1S59, hp mnrrlcd Stclln Htirnhnm of Put ney, who dlpd 30 yenrs ngo. Thpy hnd fonr clilldrcn, nll of whom nro llvlng. 'J'lity nro Fnnnlo, wlfe of H. V. Huntfty of Putney, Frod Underwood of Newfane, Mrs. Jessle Crosby of Wnlthnm, Mnss.. nnd Ahhle, wlfe of Y. W. Hurnett of West Dummerston. For hlS second wlfp Mr t'nderwood mnrrlrd aertrudo Oakcs of Hocklnghnm, who dled 2S yenrs ngo. Thcy lind three chlldren, of whom thoso HvliiR are Ltlln, wlfe of llenry A. Goold of Chester, nnd John N. ITnderwood, jr., of Spofford, N. H. Aftcr hls return from tho West Mr. ITnderwood nnd tho lntc John W. Stowoll begnn tho manufncturo of chnlr stock ln tho mlll, slnce hurned, whlch stood ln tho renr of whero the Stowell fnctory now stnnds. Scvernl yenrs later he went Into tho snme busl ness ln West Dummerston, whoro ho re mnined four yenrs, golng from therc to Newfnno, whoro he llvcd flve yenrs. Then he rcturned to Putney nnd wns employed by tho Stowell Manufacturlng company urtll a fcw years ngo, belng forcman of tho flrst floor. Aftor that he devoted lils tlmo to maklng nxe hnndles nnd other klnds of handlcs by hnnd, largcly for rallroad companles. Funeral servlces wero hcld nt the house nt 1 o'clock yes terday, ncv. C. E. Hnyward of the Con grcgatlonal church orrtclating. The burlal wns ln Mt. Pleasant cemetcry. Mr. Un derwood wns ono of tho long-tlmo resl dcnts of the town. IIo wns of con gcnlnl tcmperamcnl nnd wns respected by hls fellow mcn, who wlll mlss lils fnmlllar presence. H. I Plcrce of Boston was nt home over Sundny. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. F. Wnshburn went to Burllngt A Tuesday. F. D. ' ' ndnll vlsltcd John Willlams In Rutland st week. Mrs. M. H. Gnle hns been n reccnt guest of Mlss E. M. Walkup. George W. Dush went Tuesday to Shel don to vislt hls mother. "Jlmmy" Wnlte wlll hold another plano Jance ln the town hall Aprll 27. The next meetlng of the Woman's Re llcf corrs wlll be held next Tursdny. A. A. Lnngley of Boston spcnt Sunday nnd Monday nt hls home, returnlng Tues tlay. Vostmaster Piilrr is i'nprov'pg nnder lils trcatment In Hartford for rhuima tism. Ilyron Roblnson of Burlington vlslted hls nunts, Mrs. Felch nnd Mrs. Johnson, over Sunday. M. G. Willlams went to Tarbelville Tuesday nlBbt on account of the lllness of hls father. F. D. Kendall received news Monday nlRht of the death of hls slster, Mrs. Dul lock In Grafton. Samuel Pember, of the Bay Path ln stltute In SprltiBfield, Mass., was at homo Sunday and Monday.. V. A. Doty of Montpelier spent Rundpy wlth Mrs. Doty nt the home of her mother, Mrs. Ellen Pattoisun. Mlss Ethel Alken returnd to the Sprlnsfleld Hlgh school Monday nfter spendlng three weeks at her home. Mr. and Mrs. II. G. Everleth nnd Mrs. Carrie Clouse attended the funeral of Nelson Evans ln West Dummerston Tues day aftcrnoon. Arthur Dodgo nnd hls cousln, John Marcy of SpilnBncld, thls state, spent n part of the suarlng season nt Mr. Dodge's home. H. P. Farr has sold hls two meadow farms to Mrs. Marcla Loomls of SprlnB field, Mass. They are occuplcd by her son, Hobert I.oomis, and W. M. Waro. Tho Stowell eompnny are tearlng out tho insldo of the maln barn on tho F, L. Plerce placo and' are puttlng on n new roof. They wlll use tho barn for a storc bouse Ml.'s Julia Crawford of Boston has been at homo thls week picparlnR fo'r the aucilon of furnlturo nnd other personal property belonglng to her fathor's estate, whlch wlll bo held tomorrow. Tho Greenfleld Gazetto and Courler sald ln lts last issuo: "H. C. Black, who has run the Green rlver grlst mlll for two years, wlll remain wlth Mr. McUaughlln, the recent purchaser, for tho present. John I.. Howard, Instructor ln wutlnB ln the Malden schools, was at hls sum mer home the flrst of thls wcek. He bought ttie KlmMU mowl'ic of 17 ncxes, havlnB lr vlew the posslbllltv of comlng to Putney to llve permanently. Tho llsters have flled wlth the town clcrk an alphabetlcally arranged nb stinct of Uie lists of the property owners ln Putney. Any who feel aggrleved at the appralsal by tho llsters may go bo fore the board the flrst Tuesday In May, ln tho selectmen's room, at 2 o'clock. Wlll II. Smlth Is conflned to hls houso ln Putney Falls, the Buxton house, wlth n broken leg. Whlle nllghtlng from hls wngon he slcpped on one of the thllls, but lils foot sllpped and e fell to the ground, strlklng hls right hecl wlth such forco that the leg waa broken above the ankle. The communlon service sct for tho flrst Sunday In May In the Baptlst church wlll be held on the second Sunday, Itev. Cal-Cura Solvent The King of Spriag Medicines Is this Great New Blood Purificr. DR. DAVID KENNEDY'B ,NKW AND LATEST MEDICINE. Th nnrlntr ts the tlme when every one should feel young, vigorous and full of energy and vltallty. If people wlll usa Dr. Davld Kennedy's new medlclne, Lai Cura Solvent, durlng the sprlng montha, thv wiit Vin froA from Indlgestlon, dys- llver and kldney troubles and all nervous dlsorders. This remarkable remedv dlssolves and expels from the sys tem all acld and forelgn matters. It pu rlfies the blood, glves vitallty and vigorous health and should be used ln every famlly at thls season of the year. Now Is the Time to Use Cal-Cura. Mr. J. II. Brandow, of Jewett Centre, N. Y., wrltes: "Thousands of dollars have I pald out to doctors durlng my llfe, and I don t complaln of the doctors j but threo bottlea nf nr nnvifi Tfonnedv'a new medlclne, Cal-Cura Solvent, cured me last aprlne of heart trouble and terrible palns In my slde, back and hcad. Am better than for thlrty years." Prepared by the Cal-Cura Company, Mr. l'orklns Irelt.g awny on tho flrst Sun- iay. nev. nnd Mrs. Porklns wlll go to Fulton, N. Y., whero Mrs. Perklns wlll icmuln scvernl weeks on nccount of her henlth. A speclnl town meetlnc wlll hn hnld In tho town linll on Haturday, Aprll 30, nt 2 p. m., to honr tho report of tho school houso eommlttcc, to seo If tho town wlll voto to blilld H school house. nnd wlint sum, If nny, tho town wlll npproprlnte mr ino purpose, nnd liow lt shnll he tnlscd, ,tnd to trnnsact nny other busl ncs th.it mny co.ne Mp. Thp Itepubllcnn cnucus for tho elpctlnn of dplpgntrs to tho dlatrlct nnd stnto cotnenllons wns nttendt-d bv a falrlv good numler Snturday evenltiB. M. D. Whltmnn, chnlrman of the town com- mtitee, prcstdcd nnd Itev. C. E. Hnywnrd wns sccretnry. On motlon of J. W. Shel- ley It wns votcd to clpct tho same dpl B.iten to hoth conventlons, nnd W. H. Aiintns, v. J;. lMcrco nnd C. S. Wlll.ird were clcctcd. They wero not Infitriirted, hut It wns tmdcrstood tl.nt thpy would vnte for Jamcs F. Hookcr of Brattleboro ns a deleBnto to tho tiatlorial ootivcntlon ln utilcngo. Altctlnu Riilo of ncrfiotial nrnnert v. Imliif1lnir farintmr IooIr. wnu-miN. Iioiittplnilil ruriiltiin. ete nt tlie Jamps t'rawford liiiinextead, Atirll BM. HUNltY CHAWFOUI). K.ccutor. THE NORTHFIELD SEASON, Dates of the Conferences and Summer Schools Semlnary's 25th Annlversaiy. A clrcul.ir hns been Issucd Blvlnc thp prollmlnary nnnouncemonts of tho sea son's confprencps nnd summer schools nt Knst Northtlcld. Thp fourth summer tcrm of Mount Hcrmon school wlll open Aprll 2S nnd contlnuo untll August 18. Tho Northfield semlnarj' commencemcnt nnd celebrntlon of the 25th nnnlversary of the foundlng of tho school wlll occupy flve days June 11 to 15. Camp Northfield for young mcn wlll opcn Juno 29 for tho season. Tho vnrlous conferences and summer schools nro schedulcd ns fol lows: Student conferenco, July 1 to 10. Northfield summer Blble school. July 1 to 29. Young women's conferenco. July 12 to 19. Summer school for women's mlsslonary societles, July 12 to 19. Summer school for Sundny school orkcrs, July 16 to 25. General conferenco of Chrlstlan work- ers, July 29 to AuBust lt. Post-confcrcnce addrcsses, August 15 to Septcmber 12. MT. HEKMON CHOOL. Commencement Week Events A New Department of Agrlculture. The Inauguratlon exerclses of the new departmpnt of agrlculture wns tho fen- ture of thp commencement week at Mt. Hcrmon on Monday. Fully 500 vlsltors Inspected the model fnrm, wlth lts bulld- lngs and eo.ulpment. After lunchcon nn hour was spent ln Inspectlng the fnrm and nt 3.15 the InauRuratlon exerclses be- gan In the chapel, wlth W. It. Moody pre sldlng. Prof. 1. II. Balley, dlrector of tho collegp of agrlculture, Cornell utilv erslty, was the flrst and prlnclpal speak er. Dlrector Allen of the ngrlcultura ex perlment work In Washington, D. C, Dr. Morse of the I'nlversity of Vermont nnd Prof. H. W. Hnyward nlso spoke. At 7.30, evenlng, the Allen prlze spcaking took iilace. Tho awards made were: Flrst prlze, $20, llenry F. Dauphln; second, $10, Chnrles II. Wood; thlrd, $10, Augustus E. Purvls. NEW HAMPSHIRE NOTES. The liodv of Charles G. Itlxford of Win chester, who mysteriously dlsapionted whllo cuttlng lce nt Forest lake on Jan. S, was found lloatlnK ln the lake Sundny nftprnoon. Itlxford, who hnd been suf ferlng from melancholla, was at work wlth several other men nnd dlsiipppared at dlnrcr tlmo. Vermont Records Returned to the State. t Burlington Free Prcss, Aprll Z0. I'nlted Stntes Senntor Kcdlleld Proctor hns performed n service of Inestlmable value to tho people of Vermont by se curlng the passage by Congress of a Jolnt lesolutlon provldlng for tho dellvory of the orlgln.il records of the eonstlttitlnnnl conventlons held ln Vermont In 1770 nnd 1777 to the government of Vermont in order that they may be deposlted ln the nrchlves of the state and be avallnble for Inspectlon of our own people. Senntor Proctor experlenced the satls factlon of boing nblo to secure President Iloosevelt's slgnature to thls Jolnt les olutlon so that he Is brlnglng the proc lous records to Vermont today, together wlth the old ledBcr from whlch the mnnu scrlpt was taken. Both manuscript nnd ledger wlll bo deposlted In tho stnto archlves at Montpelier, whero they wlll be open to Inspectlon by the present ns well ns tho comlng generatlons. Cold Comfort. New York Herald. For shlverlng people In the North At- lantic states thcre Is somo comfort ln the fact that ns yet Aprll has not broken the record for low temperature, whlch Is 41 degrees tho mcan of Aprll, 1874. Over the Southwest nnd tho far West It Is also noteworty that sprlng ls maklng some real progrcss. but thero Is now no lndl- cation of an lmmedlate cessatlon of cold waves In the lake reglon and tho ndjacent states. A Dlg Farmr8 Trust. Artlcles of Incorporatlon have been flled wlth the secrotary of stato of South Da- kota for tho Natlonal Farmers Exchango of South Dakota, headquarters at Plerre, nnd offlces in Chlcago. The authorlzed capltal Is flfty mllllon dollars. Thls cor- porntion has for lts purposo co-oper- ntlon In the hnndling of products of tho farms, or ln other words, a farmers trust. Readsboro Flrm Bankrupt. The Bullock Manufacturlng Co. of Readsboro, manufacturers of chalr stock. have been petltloned Into bankruptcy by four credltors wlth clalms ns follows: C II. Faulkner & Co. of Readsboro, I147.&3; M. O. Hlcks of Readsboro, $214.87; Her- bert Stlckles of Wilmington, $17.47! Vlc tor Agostlni of Wilmington. $95. The to tal amount of Uabllltles ls $627.87. Aprll Zephyrs. A heavy snowstorm, wlth a hlgh north west wlnd, and a temperaturo varylng from 22 to 27 degrees nbovo zero, swept through centrnl nnd western New York Tuesday. On the same uay snow was ro nnrted falllnc ln northorn Ohlo, In Bos ton and otner easiern jniissaciiuseiiH noints. In St. I-ouls tho snowfall and wind took on tho proportlons of a bllz mrd. Imnedlnc trafflo on both tho stroet and steam rallroads. Twenty lnchcs of snow fell at Lancastcr. N. II., nnd nt other polnts ln the north part of that stato the snowfall wns from elght Inches to n foot. Tho snowfnll oxtcnded ncross central and northern Vermont, tho depth varylng from threo to stx or eignt tncnes World's Sji'day School Convenon at Jeruialem. A despalch from Jerusalem says that tho World's fourtn Sunday school con ventlon opened Monday ln a hugo tont outsldo Horod's Gato. Archdeacon Sln- clalr delivered tho openlng sermon. Tho atte;ndanco included 800 Americans nnd 500 Brltlsh. Many otner ueiegates irom all quartcrs of tho glouo wero present Do buslness wlth men when tho wlnd ls from the westerly: for then tho barom eter ls hlgh. NORTHFIELD, MASS, Marrlagc of Paul Dwlght Moody, the Younger Son of the Noted Evangellst, Paul Dttlght Moody, tho younger son of tho latp Dwlght Lymnti Mnmly, wns mnr rlcd to Mlss May Hull, Thursday, Aprll 14, ln SouthiKirt, Conn., nt 1 o'clock by ltov. N. Fny Hmlth of Enst Northfield, Mnss., nt the homo of thp pnrents of tho brldp. Only relntlves nnd Itttltnnte frletids wero present. Thero wero slmplo llornl decorntlons. Mr. nnd Mrs. Moody received mnny bpiiullfiil Blfts. Frldny nftprnoon thoy sallpd for I,lvprpool. May wlll be spent In vlslting places ln Englatid nnd Scot lnnd. They wlll rotttrn to thls country enrly ln June, nnd wlll mnke thelr home nt East Northfield, whero Mr. nnd Mrs. Dwlght I,. Moody spcnt so mnny hnppy yenrs nnd whcre scorps of illstlngiilslied npti ulnl woniPti were eiitertnined. Thero U n touch of romtiiice In the mnr rlngp. When Mr. Moodv retunipd to Amprlca In June. 1903, nftpr hls stmiles nt theologlcal lnstltutlons In Scotliind ho found Mlss Hull actlng ns n cntnpanlon for hls mother, who wns not ln rotmst henlth. Miss Hull hnd been n student nt tho Moody semlnnry for glrls, but wlth out uttrnctlng speclal ntlentlon from the Moody fnmlly. Aftor her studles nt East Northfield sho wns n student for two yenrs nt tho Pmtt lnstltuto nt Brooklyn. . Tho caro and nttcntlon whlch Mlss Hull showed Mrs. Moody, nllled to her gniees of person, cnpturiil the henrt of Patil D. Mcxxly. It was not long nftor the donth of Mrs. D. I.. Moody that thp eiignBcnient wns nnnouncod. Paul D. Moody Is 2t years old. Ho was graduatod from Yale In 1901, nnd for the next two years he wns at a Scotch thoo loglcal school, havlng branches nt Edln burg nnd Glnsgow. Slnco hls return to Amerlca ho hns been engngcd In work of the Moody enterprlses nt Enst Northfield. He flrst dld cdltorlal work on the North field Eclioes, a paper roverlng the Moody conferences. In Scpteml)cr, 1903, he becnme ono of the faculty of thp Mt. Hermon Moxly school for Loys, tcachlng Engllsh nnd es peclally tho study of the Blble. He bo lleves thnt Blble work Is to tx hls fleld of endeavor for llfe. He hns dellvprpd 100 or more pu)llc addresses. Hls frlends be lleve that he wlll become wldely known ns a Blble Instructor nnd publlc speaker. Rufus Klng Caldwell. Itufus Klng Caldwell, a much respected nnd llfe long resldent of Northfield, dled nt hls home In West Northfield on Wed nesday nfter a llngerlng lllness resultlng from a pnrnlytlc shock. He was the old cst son of Itufus nnd I.uclndn Klng Cald well nnd was torn Aprll 2, 1829, one of slx chlldren, of whom Mts. H-.irrlet I-. Burton of lowa Is the only one survlvlng. Ho marrlod Almeda H. Bascoin of Glll who dled In 18S5. In 1S93 he married Mrs. Martha Klng Sexton, who sun'lves hlm. He nlso leaves two daughters, Mrs Mahlon Wteks of Westminster, Vt.. nnd Mrs. W. G. Morgnn of Secaucus. N. J. The funeral was held Saturday aftcrnoon from hls late resldence. Mr. Caldwell had len a mot nctlvo and useful cltlzen of the town, havlng servcd lt In mnny capa cltles. He wns for mnny years deputy sherlff, havlng wlde nciunlntances throughout the county. He served tho town several years as selectman, member of the school commlttee, and tnx collec tor, performlng tlu-sc dutlcs ln n pronipt efflclent manner. He wns well vorsed In law and hls oplnlon wns freijupntly sought by hls townsmen upon matters pertnln lng to buslness, havlng settled mnny es tates. ln olllkv a Democrat, he was most tosltle in hls vlews. nover swerv Ing from his party. Born on the fnrm on whlch he dl(d, he had sient hls long llfe as a farmer and hnd left one of tho most productlve and well tllled farms of tho town. Men of thls stamp are what have glven streiigth to the New Ingland tow:is ln the past, and It Is to the comlng men of this eharacter to whom wo must look for the preservatlon of our New Eng lt nd lnstltutlons. At the Congresslonal conventlon helil In Sprlugtleld on Monday, II. F. Fleld of thls plnee was mndo chalrman of the con ventlon nnd Dr. N. P. Wm1. nln of thls plnco, nomlnated llon. .Inhii W. Wheeler for nlteriiate delegate from thls dlstrlet. Mr. Wheeler wns cleetcd. Mr. nnd Mrs. U. F. llownrd entertnlneil he school comndttee of the town nnd ho tenchers of the publlc hcIiooIr In n most dellghtful manner last Frldny uve- dng. Suppor wns sorved in the dlnlng nom. aftor whlch the evenlng wns spenl in playlng games nnd llstenlng to muslc. EAST NORTHFIELD, MASS. Reslgnatlon of Rev. N. Fay Smlth. The reslgnatlon of Itev. N. Fay Smlth, pastor of the Trlnltarlan Congregatlon al church, was read at tho mornlng sor vlco last Sunday. Mr. Smlth has been In 111 health for the past slx months nnd un- nble to cnrry on the work. It was hoped that n rest mlght bring nbout complete rccovery. but ns thls Is not the case he felt obllgod to'tender hls reslgnatlon. to tnke efftct nt once. Mr. Smlth s plans for tho future are unsettled, but It Is hoped hls famlly wlll contlnuo to reslde In East Northfield. WEST CHE8TERFIELD. Jullan Fnrr returned Monday mornlng to hls work ln Greenfleld. Ira Farr has been repalrlng tho mlll for F. W. Tarboll tho past week. A snowfall of 11 Inchea camo Frl day nlght nnd Saturday forenoon. Florence Sprlng wlll remain home for tho present to keep houso for her brother. Sllas. A. M. Sprlng, tho rond ngent, haa moved thls week to tho W. W. Farr house. Itobert Amldon legan work last week ns clerk in Good now & Pcarson's storo ln Brattleboro. Randall & Carey have been dolng nn extenslve buslness wlth thelr power horso cllpplng machlne. Mr. Tarbell has cngaged C. H. Amldon to saw what logs aro now ln the mlll and he wlll begln work Tuesday. N. G. Colburn and hls man sawed 14 cords of wood for H. D. Smlth last Thurs day wlth hls gasollno englne, ln n little less than three nours. Sidney Waro nearly severed tho thumb from hls left hand last Frlday mornlng whllo spllttlng wood In hls yard. It ls hoped that tho member can be savcd Somo of the farmers have begun plow Ing thelr land ready for early potatoes, Tho next regular meetlng of Spof- ford Grange wlll bo held Saturday cve nlng. April 23, nt 7.30 o'clock. George F. Amldon Is prcparing to bulld n largo storehouso on the land bought re cently from Charles Hllls. The founda tlon stono nro belng drawn to tho ground, About 100 partook of tho 2Sth nnnlver sary dlnner nt Grango hall Monday Anrll 11. Although many wero dlsappolnt ed on nccount of thero belng no llternry entertnlnment after tho dlnner, nll had a good tlmo. KSjro CORN SYRUP The new table delicacy that coaxes a new appetite and tttakcs you eat, 10c, 25c, 60c, nt all erocorn. CORN PRODUCTS CO., New York and Chlcago. HINSDALE, N. H. DiyDoldt. The homo of Mr. nnd Mrs. Hovt 11. Day, on tho Northfield road, was tho scono of n vory pretty but nulet wed- dlng Snturday, Aprll 10, when nmong tho tnembers of the lmmedlate famlly nnd a mlted numbor of yoiing lady frlends, holr only datightcr, Mary Grnce, wns married to August Adolph Albert llotdt f Blimhamtoti, N. Y. Hev. W. F. White of tho Congregatlonal church performed le cercmony, whlch took placp nt 12.30 clock. the donble rlng service belng used. ho parlor wheto the cercmony was per formed wns prcttlly decornted wlth ever nreens nnd clll llowers. The brlde was gowned ln whllo sllk, wlth laco trlmmlngs, nd cnnled a iHitniuet or lirtdo roses. hich sho nfterward dlstrlbuted ntiinng tho guests. A buffot luncli wns nerveil, fter whlch Mr. nnd Mrs. lioldt drove to South Vernon, where they took tho trnln for Sprlngileld, Mass. Thoy snlled from ow York for Germany Tuesday on tho fctenmship Hyndatn, and wlll spenil two months nt the homp of tho groom's iar- nts ln Frntikfoit. l-ilends prpseiu from out of town were Mlss Sophla A. Doollt- tlo of Illnghnmtoti, N. Y., Mlss Ij. Helle cnncv of Brattleboro, Mlss Ilnttlc Spooncr of Boston nnd Mlss Annle J. ray of Cnmnriuge. W. A. Kcnney of Worcester, Mnss., was In town Sunday. Mrs. C. E. Keyou has been In Boston few days thls week. Mr. Engllsh from Ashuelot has tnkcn placo in the Bliss market. Catherlno Cunnlnghnm has bocn enjny- Ing a few days' vislt wlth frlends In Brat tleboro. Mrs. John Goldon was tho gucst of her Istcr In Belllngbam, Mass., a few days tccently. Mlss llnttle Spooncr returned to Bos- on Tucsdny nfter a few days' vlslt at her home herc. Mlss Maudo Staples of Keeno spent fow days wlth Mr. nnd Mrs. L. H. Daven port rccently. Mlss U llelle Tenney or Brattleboro as a recent gui-st at Mrs. M. A. Spoon- r's a fcw days. M. D. Mnnn of Boston wns wlth hls Ister, Mrs. C. C. Holton, from Saturday ntll Wedncsdny. Joseph Crnwnlnshleld of Jamaica, Vt., as at hls homo here from Saturday un tll Tuesday nfternoon. John Cook hns gone from town, havlng taken possesslon of the farm ho recently traded for In vermont Jlonrv C. Snauldlng hns movcd from lt. 1. Newton's to one of Mrs. 11. I. Nlms's enements on Kllbum street. .lerrv Ductran. nfter n month's lllness ns returned to hls work In tho Robert- son paper mlll nt Fuller's dam. Jamcs Mullen of Enst Belllngbam. Mass., wns tho guest of hls motncr nnu ister from Saturday untll Tuesday. C. A. Martln, cook nt the Hinsdale bak- erj'. has moved Into the upper tenement ln the Hunter house on Mnin street. Vr,l I.. I-ntbnm has tieen reappointed Janltor of tho town hnll nnd vlllnge school bulldlngs nt tho same sntary ns last year. !r,.ne. dauuhter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Plill- ert Bean, Is 111 wlth scarlet fever nnd thelr tenement in Htearnss niocK is qunrantlned. Mlss Annle J. Grny, who came up from Cambridge. Mnss., to nttend the Boldt- ltav weilillng. ls siR'nding a weeKs n- cntlon wlth her parents. Dr. nnd Mrs. C. , Grny. G.-orire Stewart out hls left hand badly whlle spllttlng wood Momlay mornlng. IIh nxe struck a knot and glanceo, iiiiik- g an ugly gash. whlch ls causlng a goon eal of pnln. Myron Nlms nnd fnmlly of Keeno spent hursd.iy wlth hls pnrents. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Nlms on Hlgh stieet. Mr. Serlpturo nd Min nnd Mlss C'ox of Surry were nlso guests nt the snme plnce Thursdny., Mr. l.liiL-. Mis. Blnhop and Mrs. God- ard. who have been daiiKerously 111. nio report ed snmewhnt Imiiroved. Rev. D. C. I.lng, who lias neen lionseii wmi u rlieumntlc trouble. Is nble to be out n little. I". I. P.rlgham. who for a long term of ears was a ilnig clerk ln one of llnsdale drug stores. but for sevcrHl ears has been in Franklin J-aiis. nas movid to Jacksonville. Vt., where he wlll ng.ige ln farmlng for n tlme. Wlll II. Mead went Thursday to South mherst. Masi . to help hls grent-gnind- fathir, J. E. SanderfMm. ccloijmto nis mjiii ilrthday :innlversary. whlch wlll occur iiilav. Mr. Mead wlll vistt nis reiiive ;i few ilajs. Al n recent meetlng of the Sons of Veternns of Nevada and Cnllfornln, E. C. lartlett of Bedlands, Callf., rormoriy oi Ilnsdale, was eleoted senlor vico dlvis- lon commander. Mr. llartlett is an en thuslastlc worker In the order nnd well leservcs the honor conferred uion htm. The fnmlly of Willlam Hlgginson aro at the home of hls father, Henry Hlg ginson, for a short tlme. Mr. Hlgginson nas left North Shaplelgh, Me., where he had a posltlon ns loss weaver, to take a llke mi t on ln a mlll In Mendon, tonn., of whlch Aaron Jewell, fonnerly of thls town, is superlntcndent. The Hlnsdale Brass hand gavo a can- cort and d.ince at the opern houso Wed nesdav evenlng. whlch. desplte tho un- rleasant wi-atlwr, was well patronlzed nnd thoroughly cnJoytM. A flne program was rendered. The Imperlal orchestr.v furnlshod muslc for the danco whlch fol lowed, ln hlch a pleasant party of young people partlclpateil. Tho 79th blrthday nnnlversary' of Mrs. W. B. Knencer was dellghtfully celebratcd at her home on Kllburn street Tuesdny nfternoon nnd evenlng. A largo numner of relatives, besldes n few other frlends, were nresent. to help the good lady maKe It a day to be remembered because of Its ti casant features. A beautlfui ninnuay cako was the centro of attractlon at suppcr. A sum of money was presented to Mrs. Spencer, whlch Included 79 tcn cent oioces. Those present from out of town were Mr. nnd Mrs. Ueorgo bpencer of Northfield, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Smlth of Ashuelot, Mrs. Frank Spencer nnd Mrs. Allco Robblns of Richmond. ASHUELOT, N. H. Baseball enthuslasts havo begun prnc tlco on the local dlamond. Georgo II. Perry nnd John II. Dlckln son attended a hall nt Greenfleld, Mass. Monday evenlng. Joseph Tjtchnnce hns left the employ of the Sherldan mlll to work ln v. u. Ami- don's stablc ln Hlnsdale. Mrs. II. O. Bolton nnd Infant son hnvo returned from a vislt of sevcral weeks wlth her parents nt Hazardvllle, Conn, Ilnrry P. Engllsh has begun work at tho Bllss meat market at lllnsdaio nna wlll drlvo the team thnt runs through theso vlllages. Mrs. Chnse, who has beon spendlng a few weeks with her ilaughter, Mrs. f. u Hlcks, went to Bellows Falls Monday to vlslt n daughter who llves there. J. Rnlnh Wood of thls place, a student In the IJryant & Stratton buslness collego in Boston, has been conllned to hls room ten days with n severe attack of grlp. E. C. Itobertson & Son havo had tho saw mlll at Fuller s dam removed and nro now puttlng ln foundntlons for tho paper mlll they wlll bulld on that loca tlon. Tho ladles of Wlnchcster gave a leap year party nt tho town hall Thursday evenlng, tho 14th, whlch wns attended by soveral from theso vlllages, who re port the occaslon a success. Mrs. J, F, llownrd gavo tho members of her household a sugar pnrty at her homo Frlday evenlng. Sugar was served on snow nnd a gramophone concert was the entertalnment. Dyer "Hlgbeo nnd hls wlfo nro vcry ilovoted." Duell "To whom? " Llfe A MIIEBUHOUBLE RE10HES A 0LIMAX AFTER YEAES 0r SL0W DEVELOPMENT. Hetllrmnnt Ilnpplly J'.flVictrd ln tlie Cnne of llenry Mory ln Tlme to Avert n Scrlntm MUfortutio. If all tho troubloR uf tbo cunl lniticrt conld bo adjunted a sntiifactorilj ni? thnt which for manj niontlis iliKturbed tho happiness of Mr. Hattry Story, of 632 Musklngnm nvonuo, ZsneHvillo, Ohio, it would be r most vt oleome rullef for both the men nnd thcir fiiniillea. Tho faotH in tho caso woro rclnted by Mrs. Story, vrho is n vory lmppy wonmu today becHttfto hor husbattd 1ms hnd nuch fortunnto ef.cape from tho ciilnmity that threatcufd him. " My huBbnnd," sayg Mrs. Story, "is Tery hnrd working nmii nnd hns til- ways boen vcry healthy, hut somo luontbn ngo rhoumatisiu got hold of him, nnd nindo him uffer terrihly. It would soon haro Ubcd him up if it had not been for Dr. Willianii' Piuk Pills for Pnlo Pooplo, which, wo think, aro tho best mcdicino in tho world. " Ile Bnffered ao much in his lcos that o oould hnrdly stnud : his bnck hurt, and he had such paiu in his- left ann that ho could not rest night or day. His ann would turu numb and I would havo to rub and bntho it in hot wator. I tried ererythinf I conld think of to sriveliim ro- liof. At last h want to n doctor, who told him that hls troubla had oomo from hard work. Tha doctor gTo him some medicine, but it did not do any good. " In tho aoantim I picked up paper nnd read about Dr. 'Williams' Pink Pills for Pals Pooplo and thonght my hns bnud's tronblo tnijrht b with his nerTes. Bot two boxes of tho pills for him and pcrsuadad him to tako them. "After ho had taken tho flrst boz he felt much better, and when ho had fln ishod the second bor ho waa better still. Bo I bought nix boxos the next time nnd took fonr of tham, that is six boxes in all. That is throa months ago and ho hns nerer had nn acho or piin since and can do n hard day'a work with nny young man. We praiso Dr. Willlams' Pink Pills to nll our friouds." These faraous pills effect radical cnres of all diseases of the blood snch as rhaamatism, and of tho nervea such as eoralgia and partial paralysU. They rcpair waste nud gire fresh vitality. Tkey axe sold by all druggisU. VERNON. Mrs W. H. Burrows and son. Pllny, Isited Mrs I. J. Burrows over Sunday. Mlss Inez Akle; was at homo over Sun- ay from the Westfield Normal school. Rev. lt. K. Marvln of Brattlelioro will preach at I'nlon church Sunday after- ixm nt 2.30 o clock. Mrs. Julla Frost of Worcester has been wlth her brother. J. O. Frost, nnd nephew. II. I rost. thls week' nnd last. A. A. Dunkle and Goorge K. Ptebblns ore delegates to the Itepulirlcan conven- lotiM nt Montpelier nnd Burlington this week. The lntest news from Mrs. C. F. Ken- ey. who is eritic.'illy III ln n hnspltnl In Bolton ls unfavorable. whlch causes much sailness to her mnny frlends in hi vlrlnlty. The telej.hone at the Whlthed storo hns been made u publlc pny stntlon, to be l.nows ns the "Vernon pny stntlon," to whlch access can be had at nll tlmo. day or nlght. A eonsldernble ,pnrt of the corn ralsed last year dld not mnturo sutllclently to Ins'ire germlnnllon. cnnseiiuontly there ls not much gcxxl sseed. The Holdcn corn alsed by M. I. Reed, to whlch was award- tho llrst premltim nt the Valley fair. was well nintuied, a test from hls crlb hokVlng 9.1 jht cent. goxl. He has shlppeil n large qiiiintlty for seed to partles llv lng at a dlstnnre of f0 mlles or moro. who saw the exhlblt at the fair. SOUTH VERNON. Mlss I.lzzle Purple has returned homo. A. A. Dunklee went to Burlington last week. .. Beers went to Greenfleld Monday to buy a palr of horses. Mlss Bessle Purple of Glll was a guest of Marion Adams recently. B. D. Eastman has moved wlth hls fnmlly to the French fnrm. Mrs. Ernest Blodgett ls slck nnd Is elng cared for by Mrs. Hattle French. F. G. Pcott and Mr. Palmer havo sent thelr tobacco to Northampton to bo sort ed. Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur Martlndale vlslt ed In Boston and Worcester, Mass., this week. Mrs. Palmer vlslted her daughtor, An nle, ln the Farren hpspltal last Tuesday and reports her comfortable. Vermont's Populatlon Galns. From the Barre Tlmes. Vermont has made some galn ln pop ulatlon slnce the lnst ccnsus ln 1900, nl belt that the Incrense has not been very large, But there ls a sllght consolatlon In knowlng that the state Is maklng nn advnnce ln thls respect, and ls not nt a ntandstll! as lt was for decades ln the century Just pnssed. The speclal ccnsus bulletln Issued at Washington Thursday glves the estlmnted populatlon of Ver mont at 347,007, in June, 1903. Accord Ing to the ccnsus of 1900 tho populatlon was 343,(41, maklng a galn of 3,36 In three years. If the same ratlo Is Kept up for the remnlnder of the decade, Ver mont's populatioti wlll havo grown con slderably over 11,000, the largest Increaso slnce 1870. The greater galn was ln the larger cltles, Burlington showlng an In creaso of 1,215. Barre ls not yet cred- Ited wlth 10,000 populatlon, but lt ls likcly that tho largest porcentago of lnerease In the state was ln thls clty. Burling ton's ostlmated populatlon ls 19,855. He "Don't you think I'm a good play- er7 sno "You nre. you never ier. your rlght hand know what your left hand doeth." Chlcago ualiy News. Peptiron Pills (Chocolate-coated) Strengthen the Nerves Tone the Stomach Feed the Brain And cure nervousnesa, neuralgia, elecp lessnesa, dyspepsia, anemia, and that long train of achea and pains attending an overworked and underfcd brain. Thoy aro a happy combination of tho best nerve tonics, digestivea and brain and blood nutrienta; are pleasant to take and readily aBsirailatcd. Poptlron Pills, (chocolate-coated.) 60c. or tl the latter a full month's treatment. Prepared by C. I. HOOD CO Lowell. Mass. Belllng Atent ln Brattleboro: QEO. EL GREENE, IS Maln t JTATE OF VERMONT, Marlboro, SS. yj The Probato Court for Snld Dlstrlet. To nll pcrsons lntcrcsted ln tho cs tntc of 11KNHY N. CL.ARK, lato of Ver non, In snld dlstrlet, arcetlng: You nre hereby notlflod thnt thls Court wlll dccldo upon tho nllownnco of tho nc count of J. C. Allen, Admlnlstrntor upon tho ostnto of Hcnry N. Clark, Into of Vernon, In sald Dlstrlet deceased, nnd decreo dlstrlbutlon thorcof to tho persons ontltlcd thcrotu, nt tho sesslon thcreof to bo held nt tho Probato OIIIco ln Brat tleboro, lti snld Dlstrlet, on tho 30th dny of Aprll, A. D. 1904, when nnd whero you may bo hcard In tho prcmlscs, If you seo cnuso. IC-18 A. F. SCIIWENK, Itcglstcr. UTATE OF VERMONT, Mnrlboro, SS. IO Tho Probnte Court for Sald Dlstrlet. To all persons lntercsted In tho es tato of FRED W. JOHNSON, lato of Ver non, deceased, Greetlng; Whereas, Thankful H. Johnson hns pre sented to thls Court nn Instrument pur portlng to bo tho last wlll of sald de ceasod for probato You nro hereby notl Hed that thls Court wlll dccldo upon tho probato of sald Instrument at tho sosslon therof to be held nt tho Probato Ofllce ln Brattleboro, In snld dlstrlet, on tho 30th day of Aprll, A. D. 1904. when and whero you may appear nnd contest tho same, lf you seo cnuso. lfi-18 A. F. SCIIWENK, Rcglster. CTATE OF VERMONT, Marlboro. SS. O Tho Probato Court for Sald Dlstrlet. To all pcrsons lntercsted in the es tato of SAMUEfj W. ESTEY, lato of Dummerston, deceased, Greetlng: Whereas Melvlna S. Estey has present ed to thls Court an Instrument purport Ing to bo the last wlll of sald decensed for probate: You nro horeby notlfled that thls court wlll dccldo upon the pro bate of sald Instrument nt tho sesslon thcreof to bo held at the Probato OIIIco In Brattleboro, In sald dlstrlet, on the 30th day of Aprll, A. D. 1904, when anJ where you may appear nnd contest the same, lf you seo cnuso. 16-18 A. F. SCIIWENK, Reglster. STATE OF VERMONT, Marlboro. SS. The Probato Court for Sald Dlstrlet. To nll persons lntercsted ln the es tate of JAMES II. FRANKLIN, late of Guilford, In sald dlstrlet, deceased, Greetlng: , Whereas, Emma M. Franklin. Admln Istratrlx upon the ostate of Jamea II. Franklin, late of Guilford, ln sald Dls trlet, deceased, has flled hor petltlon In thls Court, settlng forth that the sale of tho wtlolc of tho Real Estate of sald de ceased wlll be beneflclal to the helrs nnd nll persons lntercsted thereln, nnd pray Ing for llcense to sell the same. nnd nt the same tlmo flled in thls Court what purports to be the consent In wrltlng of nll the hcirs resldlng In thls state to such sale. Whereupon lt is ordcred that tho samo bo heard at the sesslon nf sald Court, to be held nt tho Probate OITlce ln Brattleboro, on tho last Saturday of Aprll, A. D. 1904, when and whcre you may be heard In the premlses, If you see cause. IC-18 A. F. SCHWENK. Reglster. STATE OF VERMONT, Marlboro. SS. Tho Probate Court for Sald Dlstrlet. To all persons Interested ln the es tate of JIAI1TIIA II. BALLOU, lato of Halifax, ln snld dlstrlet, deceased, Greetlng. hereas. Freeman Scott, Admlnlstrn tor upon the estate of Martha II. Ballou, lata of Halifax, In sald Dlstrlet, deceased, has flled hls petltlon ln thls Court, set tlng forth that the sale of the whole of the Real Estate of sald deceased wlll bo beneflclal to the helrs and all persons lntercsted thereln, and praylng for ll cense to sell the same, and at the same tlme flled Inthls Court whnt purports to be tho consent In wrltlng of nll the helrs resldlng ln the state to such sale. Where upon lt ls ordered that the same be heard at tho sosslon of sald Court, to be held at tho Probate OIIIco In Brattleboro, on the last Saturday of Aprll, A. D. 1904, when nnd where you may be heard ln tho prem lses, If you seo causo. 16-18 A. F. SCHWENK. Reglster. COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE. ESTATE OF FRANK A. RICHMOND The underslgned havlng been duly ap polnted by the Honornble Probate Court for the Dlstrlet of Marlboro. Commlsslon crs to recelve, examlno nnd ndjust nll clalms and domands of all persons ngalnst the estate of Frank A. Richmond, late of Guilford, in sald dlstrlet, deceased, and nll clalms exhlblted ln oftset thereto. hereby glvo notlce thnt wo wlll meet for tlie purpose nioresalil at the late resl dence of sald deceased In Guilford in sald dlstrlet on tho 5th day of May and the 15th day of October, next, from 2 o'clock p. m., untll 4 o'clock p. m., cach of sald days and that slx months from the 9th dny of Anrll. 190). ts the tlmo llmlted hv sald Court for sald credltors to present thelr clalms for examlnatlon and allow nnce. Datcd nt Guilford, Vt., thls 11th day of Aprll, A. D 1904. C. F. BRACKETT, li. B. THOMAS, 16-1S Cornmlssloners. STATH OF VI'.ltMONT. MnrllKiro. PS. liy the Probate Court lorwild Dlstrlet. To nll pcinin lnteresteii In tlie ota'e of H.MtltlKT IIOI.IIHOIIK latoorilrattielxjroin sald District. Greetlng. You nro hereby notilled that this Court will ileclde uiHih tho nllowaiice ot the nccount of lt. i:. Gordon ndinlnlstr.itor upon tlie Kstnte ot llnrrlet Holhrook Into of llruttlcborn, ln sald Illsliiot, ilm-euiod, and deorec dMributlon thereof tothe persons entltled thereto. at the ses!on thcreof to le held nt tho Probato OIIIco In Ilnittlelxiro, ln sald Dlstrlet, on tho :)th day of April, A. I). IIWI. when nnd whero you may lx- liennl ln the premlses. It you see cause. lrt-18 A. F. SCIIWENK. Heglstcr. IN THE IHSTHICT COLMIT of tho United States for tlie Dlstrlet of Vermont. In the mutter of J DF.MASTKIt II. WlIEELF.lt. Vin Bankruptcy. llankrupt. I To tho credltors of Dcinaster II. Wheeler of Putney. In tlie County of Windham, nud Dls trlet aforesnld. n buiikriipt. Notlce is hereby glven that on March 18. 1904, the sald Demaster II. Wheeler was duly nd jiidlcnted a hankiiipt ; and that tho llrst meet lng of his credltors will be held at my ofllce in HmttletKiro. on Mav 2. 1904. at 10 o'clock In tho forenoon, at whlch tlmo the sald credltors may attend, provo thelr clulms, appoint a trustec. exiimine the bankrupt. and iraneact such other buslness as may propcrly oorae before sald meetlng. F. D. E. STOWE. 10-17 Hefcree ln Bankruptcy. TN THE IHSTltlCT COURT of tho United JL States. for the Dlstrlet ot Vermont In the matterof I WILLIAM II. HEATTIE.Vln IJaukruptcy. Bankrupt. ) Notlce ls hereby glven that Willlam II. Ileattie. bankrupt, has flled hls ix3tltlon dated April 12. 1104. praylng for a dicliargo from all his dcbts ln bankruptcy. nnd that all credltors nnd other rsons olijectlng to. sald dischargo may attend txjfore the underslgned refcree, at my otlice ln Brattleboro, on Mny 7, 1904, Ht 10 o'clock a. m.. nnd then nnd thcre nresent thcir objections. if any, to such discharge, wlth thelr proois tnereon. F. D. E. STOWE, Hcforco in Bankruptcy, Datcd April 15, 1904. 17-19 Dr. McMunn's Elixir of Opium. For Headache, Nervous ness and Loss of Sleep. Sure, positive and safe. For Sale by ALL DRUGGISTS, Brattleboro, Vt. S. G. BROWN. Auctioneer and Real Estate Agent I havo somo good bargalus ln fnrm proporty also buslness chanccs. Citv lots and houscs. I want a good fnrm ln exchango for city pro perty, Kewiane, vi. io-m JOB PRINTING. E. L. HILDREYH &. CO. BRATTLEBORO. JSuslncss (Cixvfls. QEO. RODERTS. M. D., Surgery and dlsensoo of women a ap clalty. Omce, Crosby Block. Telephone. C. R. ALDRICH. M. D,. Unlon Block, Brattleboro. Offlco hours untll 9 a. m., 1 to I p. m.. and 7 to 9 p. m, DR. QEO. R. ANDERSON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Ofllce and rcsldenco, 88 Maln St. Sur gery In all lts branches a spectalty. Of Ilco hours: untll 10 a. m., -1 to 2.30 p. ro., evcnlngs, 6.30 to 8, Telephone, Brooka House. A. I. MILLER, M. D., PIiySICIAN AND SUROEON, Hookcr block; 8 tlll 9 a. m., 1 to I, l.tt to 8 p. m. Dr. J. W. QREGQ. Ofllce over Thomas's drug store. Houra 9 to 12 n. m., 2 to 6, 7 to 8 p. m. Tele phone 25-12. DR. H. L. WATERMAN, Ofllco nnd resldence, 41 Elllot St Of flce hours, 12.30 to 2.30; evenlng, 6 to 8. C. G. WHEELER, D. O.. OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN. 30 North Maln St., Brattleboro. Offloo hours 9 to 12 and 1.20 'J 4, Wednesdaya and Saturdaya excepted. GEO. H, GORHAM, M. D.. Whltney Block, Maln St., Brattleboro Prnctlro llmlted to'dlseases of Eye, Er, Nose and Throat. Hours, 9.30 a.' m. to 12 m., 2 to 4 p. m., Tuesdays and FridaTB only. At Bellows Falls the rest of tho week. P. P. WHITE, M. D., Physlclan and Surgeon, Wllllamsvlllo, Vt. Ofllce hours: 11 a. m. to 1 p. m., and 6 to 7 p. m. Telephone. FREMONT HAMILTON, M. D.. Ofllce and rcsldenco No. 1 Llndon street. Hours untll 8 a. m., 1 to 1.X0 and early evenlng to 7.30. Sundays, 1 ti I p. m. DR. C. S. CLARK, DENTIST. Whltney Block, Brattleboro. Telephone. DR. L. S. EDWARDS, Dentlst. Ofllce and resldence 12 Prospeet Bt. Brattleboro. Telephone. DR. ALVIN KNAPP, DENTIST. Ilooker Block, Brattleboro. BACON & HOOKER, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. TJliery Bulldlng. Brattleboro. H. Q. BARBER, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Crosby Block, Brattleboro. STEAM CARPET CLEANINQ Works. 8 Flat St. E. H. THOMAS, Prop. G. F. BARBER, DENTIST. Unlon Block. JOHN E. GALE, . ATTORNEY AT LAW, Guilford, Vt. Speclal attentlon to aO matters connected wlth the probate court. CLINT M. DUGAN. VIOLIN TEACHER. Leonard Block. Barttleboro. C. B. CROWELL, SURVEYOR, Brattleboro, Vt- HASKINS & SCHWENK. ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS. And Sollcltors of Patents. Brattleboro W. D. SMITH, EXPERT ACCOUNTANT. Trlal balances and statements rendered. Latest approved methods lntroduced If deslred. Waterman & Martln's ofllce. L. W. ADAMS, FREIGHTING AND JOBBING. Telephone 143-13. Ofllce 10 Maln Bt. GEO. P. MILLER, Auctloneer. Guilford, Vt. STOCK COMPANIES FORMED and fl nanced, old enterprlses alded. Corpora tlon work and a llne of law. YORK COR PORATION TRUST & LAW CO., GU sum, N. H. Notice of License Application. PFIII.IC NOTICE IS IIEItEIlY GIVEN that CECIL ('. Tl'ltNEH of Brattleboro, in tho County ot w iiiilliain. has maile application to ttus iHiani. iora iicenscoi incnrsi ciass anu a lli-enso of the second vas. to intoxlcatlng ll(liiors at the llrattloboro Houso situatc at ncjuticiion oi .iiiiiii, .-ouui .niiiii auu unugb tiwts, in sald town of Ilnittlelxiro. Vt., and hut a piihlie lieariiig on sald iipplicntion wlll mi held nt the olliee ot the sclcctnicn ln sald Ilnittlelxiro. on the ailtli day of Aprll, A. I). l'.Ol. at S o'clock n. m.. at whlch time all ixjr- sons lnteresteii inay appear nnd mnke objec- tlnns it any tney liavo, wny sald ncenso should not uo gniined. FltEB W.PFTNAM, I J. HENUY PltATT, ) J.NO..I. ECKEI. I Llcense Commissloners. llrattloboro, Vt., April 15. 1904. 10-18 Notice of License Application. T"ri!LIC NOTICE IS HEKKHY GIVEN that . C.EOltGE II. DANYEW of Ilrattletioro. ln the county ot v iiHinam, nas mauc application for a llrst-clnss llcense and n secondKilass ll cense to sell intnxicating llquors nt tho Amer lcnn House on tho east sido ot Maln Street, ln sald town of llrattlelKiro, Vt., and that a pub llc hoarlng on sald nppllcations wlll bo held at tho otlico of the solectmen in said Brattleboro on tho aith day of Aprll, A. I). W04 nt cight (8) o'clock P. 51.. at whlch tlme all persons lnter csted may attend and makc objections, tf any tney nnvc, wny suiu uceuscs snouiu nui uc granted. JN'o'Ek- tcomnt'iSe. nrattlclioro. Vt.. April 15. 1901. 16-18 Notice of License Application. THE Board of License Commissloners of the town of Dummerston hereby glvo notlce that Fisk O. ltogers of sald Dummerston has applicd for liccuses of tho second and thlnl classcs to sell intntoxicatiiig llquors nt ltogers Inn, situated at the corncr ot .Maln nna M'ons streetsin West Dummerston. A publlc hearing on said application will bo held before saiu commissloners at Townsend's hall in West Dummerston on Snturday, April 30th, nt 11 o'clock In theforenoon, when all persons lnter esteii may nppenr anu tw nearu. CHAlM.ra E. liI,IIIUKN I GEOltGE WARWICK, J-Commissloners. D.C. I1ALDW1N, nummerston, Vt Aprll 13, 1904. Notice of License Application. THE Iloard of Llcense Commissloners of tho town of Guilford hereby glve notlce that warner ll.llnrrettot saiuuuiiiora nasappnoa for liccnses of the second and third classcs to sell intoxlcatlng llquors at the Hroad llrook House. so called, in said Guilford, and that a publlc heariug on sald application wlll be held beforo sald commlsslonere at sald Rroad llrook Houso on Monday, t bo M day of May. A. D. lflot. at 9 o'clock ln the forcnon. when all ncr- sons lntercsted may appear and bo heard lf they seo cause. JGEAAdG!ILDE"' fcomloners. Notice of License Application. PUIILIC NOTICE 18 HEHEI1Y GIVEN that DANA 51. CANEDY of Whitingham has mado application for a llcense of the second class and a llcenso of tho thlrd class, to sell In toxlcatlng llquors nt tho Glcn Houso ln tho villiiKO of Jacksonville In Whitingham, Vt.. and that n publlo hearing on the said applica tion will tx3 neiu at ino i:im iiouso in saiu vlllago of Jacksonville, on Saturday, April 110, 1904. at 8 o'clock i). m.. nt wbich tlme all ncr- 6ons Interested may npjx?ar and mako objeo- iions, u any iney nave, wny saiu ncenscs snouiu not 1)0 granted. FUEEMAN HAGElt, 1 W. S. ALLEN, Llcenso Commissloners. A. A. WILDER. t Whitingham. Vt., Aprll 12. 1901. 16-18 Liberation Notlce. I hereby glvo notico thnt I havo glven my son, George Fred l'lant, hls tlmo through his minorlty, and will pay no bills of hls contract lug and clalm nono of his wages from thls datc. l'ETER PLANT. Marlboro. Vt., Aprll 14, 1904. GEO. S. WILLIS, Successor to A. F. Wilder, 5Ianufacturer of Wood Coat, Pant and Sklrt Hangers Iiook Cusos, Dcsks and Picturo Frnmos, General Jobblng ln Wood Work, 10 Flat St - - Brattleboro. The New York Tribune Farmer and THB VERMONT PHQ3NDC One year each, only S1..7S. Kondout, N. i. All aruggiais, i.