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The Vermont Tribune.
The Vermont Tribune.
Contributed by Joan H. Bixby

Description: East Wallingford News.

Date: May 3 1889

Newspaper published in: Ludlow, Vt.

Source: Info. supplied by Ruth Barton.

East Wallingford

Orvis, what makes you so lame?

Our worthy shoemaker, H. J. COLRAIN, says it is a busy time with him--all
the work he can do.

Wagon-shops filled to overflowing, making new, and repairing old so it will
be better than new.

Meal and feed trade brisk at the little one-horse mill here. They are
selling from 4 to 6 tons a day. Good for a small place!

Daniel BUCKLIN lost a valuable cow, monday; a severe loss to him, for
which he has the sympathy of neighbors, and especially of all comrades.

Messrs. E. H. & B. W. ALDRICH are very busy now, building their new mill,
as they are in a hurry to get it started, having orders to fill as soon as
possible. For that reason, we do not see much of them here at E. W. They
will soon finish sawing here and then start the band-saws to work, cutting
out chair-stock.

J. P. HAWKINS is so as to be out some; but has to use four legs now,
instead of two, as formerly.

We are glad to see the school-house looking so much better with its new
slate. Now for a new fence around the yard.

The church has been newly papered, and if you go there now you will think
it is a new one, as it looks very neat and tasty.

Will ALLEN is clerking for F. O. STAFFORD.

Submitted: 04/28/13 (Edited 11/07/13)

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