Hartland News, Vermont Tribune, June 28, 1889

George D. WOOD of San Luis Potosi, Mexico, is with his mother at the Four Corners.

Grand list of 1889: Real estate, $5,807.93; personal, 1578.11; polls, $750; total, $8,136.06. The list for 1888 was: Real $5,782.70; personal, $1,709.06; polls, $756; total, $8,247.76.

Fred E. CRANDALL has been engaged, the past week, in placing guide-boards along the highways through the town. No excuse now for anyone to get lost.

A new bridge has just been completed across Lull brook, near A. A. MARTIN’s shop.

Dr. D. F. RUGG is attending the American Medical Association in Newport, R. I., this week.

Dr. S. E. STEVENS can be found at the residence of Nathaniel GILSON, near the depot.

The remains of William ALLEN, better known as “Father ALLEN,” were buried from his late home near Hartland Falls, Sunday, the 16th, Rev. C. M. CARPENTER officiating. The large gathering of friends and neighbors testified to the love and respect in which he was held as a citizen. He was 82 years of age.

A horse owned by Frank GILBERT, valued at $200, was recently so terribly cut by wire fence in the pasture that it was found necessary to kill him.

The factory at North Hartland has closed for a short time.

Misses Gertie SMITH and Mary STEVENS are home from Montpelier Seminary.

Transcribed by Ruth Barton

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