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THE VERMONT PHCENIX, BRATTLEBORO, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1905.
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BAKER'S BREAKFAST COCOA
THE PUTNEY COLUMN
Miss Florenco Whitney spent Sunday
with her aunt In Bellows Falls.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Sanders -were
guests at Henry Crawford's Sunday.
A. A. Wine will move to the Swltzer
tenement, vacated by A. W. J. "VVllklns.
Mrs. John E. Russell and daughter,
Marlon, returned to Wllllamstown Thurs
day. Fred Pember of Washington, D. C,
came Tuesday to spend a week at his
Mrs. H. C. Black and daughter, Miss
Mattle Black, of Greenfield were in town
Mrs. Nettle Cragln of Camden, N. X,
is a guest of her brother, Charles D.
E. E. Patterson went to Wlnchendon,
Mass., Monday to spend a few days with
Mrs. Frances M. Ware was In town
Tuesday and Wednesday to ship her goods
Samuel Pember, who Is employed by
Klbbe Brothers of Springfield, Mass., was
home over Sunday.
Henry Place of North Troy, this state,
is spending the week with Rev. A. S.
Buzzell and family.
Robert H. Holton of Fltchburg, Mass.,
was a guest of Rev. A. S. Buzzell and
family over Sunday.
Mrs. L. II. Olney was called to Spring-
Held Tuesday on account of the serious
illness of her father.
Work on the new school building Is
progressing well. A part of the building
is ready for the roof.
John A. Sanford, who recently was in
Jured by a bull. Is able to be about, but
not to do hard work.
Mrs. Eugene Tatro underwent an opera
tion In Greenfield Monday for appendi
citis. She Is doing well.
There was a large attendance at the
Hallowe'en sociable In the Congregational
vestry Tuesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Cobb of East
Putney went to Millers Falls Friday to
spend a week with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Dorr Clough started Tues
day on a week's visit In Holyoke, Spring-
field, Hartford and New Haven.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Fuller and son
of Mechanlcsvllle came Wednesday to
spend a week with acquaintances.
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Stevens of Bethle
hem, N. H., went to Boston Monday
after visiting at O. A. Llttlefleld's.
A box social will be held In the school
house on West hill next Friday evening.
A musical entertainment will be given.
John Devol and niece, Mrs. Kingsbury,
of Jamaica, visited at Fred J. Devol's Fri
day and spent Sunday at James Timo
Miss Lavina Philips of Halifax, who
recently worked at W. A. Cole's, has re
turned to Putney, to work for Mrs. F. L.
"The Family Affair," given In the town
h.ill Wednesday evening by Putney
Grange, was successful and was attended
by a large audience.
No deer were shot In Putney during the
last open season. A large number of
hunters scoured the woods and fields, and
several deer were seen.
Mrs. Olive L. Pratt returned to Stony
Creek, Conn., Monday after spending a
few days at C. N. Davidson's. Mrs.
Pratt Is a landscape- painter.
Mrs. F. M. Arnold of Southwlck, Mass.,
visited at W. A. Cole's and nt Mrs. Belle
M. Houghton's the last of the week and
was a guest of C. R. Pago the first of
Mrs. Henry Goodell of East Walllng
ford came Saturday to spend several days
with Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Williams and
Mrs. A. Wheeler, who formerly were her
Plans are being made to get a load of
people to go to Dummerston next Wed
nesday to attend the venison supper whtch
will be given by the ladles of the Con
A hearing In the case of Herbert L.
Clark against George Plxley will be held
In the town hall tomorrow. The suit was
brought to recover a debt and Mr, Plxley's
gasolene engine was attached.
Rev. A. S. Buzzell will preach on "A
personal question" in the Baptist church
Sunday morning. At the union service
in the Methodist church In the evening
he will preach on "A soul's cry."
The next regular meeting of Col. W. H.
Greenwood Woman's Relief corps will be
held next Tuesday evening. The corps
has been Invited to visit Sedgwick Wo
man's Relief corps in Brattleboro Nov.
Rev. E. C. Charlton has engagements
to lecture every evening next week In
the central and northern part of the
state. In some places he will make his
second visit and In some he is engaged
for the third time.
John E. Gale, administrator of the
Warren Wlllard estate, will sell the Crow
ley pasture of 18 acres by auction Nov.
IS, at the Kendrick House. The pasture
Is situated on the road from the town
farm to Westminster West.
There are now 86 subscribers on the
list of the local telephone exchange. The
exchange averages to receive 350 calls a
day. A new rate of 10 cents has been
made for both day and night calls be
tween Putney and Brattleboro.
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Next Sunday morning's service In the
Methodist church will be devoted to old
folks. The sermon and the music will bo
in keeping with the occasion. Any aged
or infirm person who wishes to attend the
scrvlco will be carried to nnd from the
C. J. Ferguson, superintendent of tho
Vermont Anti-Saloon league, will speak
In the Baptist church Sunday morning,
Nov. 12. The Methodist church will unlto
In the service. All the churches will unite
for an evening service In the town hall.
when Mr. Ferguson will speak again.
Deputy Sheriff A. W. J. Wllklns-finlshcd
moving to Brattleboro this week. The
town Is now without a deputy sheriff.
Sentiment favors the appointment of
Constable Harry W. Cobb, who has done
good work In his official position, and
doubtless his namo will be suggested to
The management of the Kendrick House
changed hands Saturday, 'C. S. Wlllard
having sold out to D. Frank Shea of Brat
tleboro. Tho sale carried with It no real
estate, simply the business, furniture,
fixtures, etc. The license, which, under
the law; cannot be transferred, will re
main In Mr. Wlllard's possession and Mr.
Wlllard will conduct the bar, paying Mr.
Shea for the prlvllego of keeping It In
the hotel. Mr. Wlllard will run mo nouse
a month as agent for Mr. Shea.
Miss Mary E. Smith Is spending a few
days with Miss Zella Johnson.
Miss Nelllo Wright has returned from
a few days' visit in New York.
Vernon Grange will hold a regular
meeting tomorrow, Saturday, evening.
Ernest A. Reed, who has been at home
two weeks for a vacation, returned to
New York Tuesday.
Mr. Bardwell has moved his steam mill
from the Howo lot to Guilford near the
old slate quarry, where he has a Job to
saw several thousand feet of lumber.
Luther Streeter, who Is employed by
tho Bell Telephone company In North
Adams, and Miss Tina. Streeter, a student
In the Greenfield high school, recently
visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. A.
The meeting of the Y. P. C. V. will be
held In Union church next Sunday after
noon at 2 o'clock. The subject for study
wilt be the ten commandments. Exodus
20: 1-12. Questions of importance will
come before the meeting and It Is hoped
there will be a large attendance. Rev.
F. L. Masscck will preach, services to
begin at 3 o'clock.
A. Works sold 20 cows at public auc
L. Clark is seriously ill. Kate Shine Is
on the sick list.
Mrs. Joseph Woodard has gone to Wil
braham, Mass., to visit her parents.
Rev. I. M. Blanchard Is expected to
preach In tho chapel Sunday at 11 a. m.
Rev. N. Fay Smith of Northfield will
preach In Johnson's hall Sunday at 7
Eugene Brooks and Edward Robertson
were successful while on their hunting
trip, bringing home a fine deer.
C. Baxter of West Halifax is threshing
oats and rye here with his machine. Mil
lard Stancllff of Bernardston Is assisting
Fremont Falrman was Injured while In
his horse stable Tuesday. He slipped and
fell, cutting his head badly and hurting
Members of the Masonic fraternity and
of Northfield chapter of the Order of tho
Eastern Star, and friends nnd neighbors
to the number of "5 walked Into tho home
of Mr. nnd Mrs. E. A. Pratt the evening
of Friday, Oct. 27, to remind them of
their 20th wedding anniversary. A hearty
welcome was given all after the surprise
was over. A social hour was spent with
games. Refreshments wero served by
the guests, after which Dr. N. P. Wood,
in n fow well chosen words, presented the
worthy couple with choice pieces of silver
In behalf of friends. Among me b
was a tea service, flowers, etc. Con
gratulations ended a pleasant evening.
CARD OF THANKS Through the
medium of this paper we wish to thank
the members of the Masonic fraternity
and of Northfield Chapter, O. E. 8., the
ni!irhbors and friends who so unexpected
ly made our 20th wedding anniversary
r.inmnt. Thn beautiful gifts that were
presented us win do cneriantiu uu momia
mementoes or meir inenosmp unu b
MR. AND MRS. E. A. PIIAXX.
j I. L. Bray was In Brattleboro on Tues
Dr. M. M. Brown was in town on Mon
day, calling upon friends.
tinrrv Wellman is very HI and it is
doubtful ns to his recovery.
Miss Lorinda Fitch has moved to the
house bought of Dr. Gillette,
nr. nillett has moved to Springfield,
Vt and Dr. Dunn of Warren, Vt., now
takes his place.
Col. J. H. Gouldlng now occupies his
houso bought of George E. Haynes. on
South River street.
Dr. I T. Page Is arranging for a dance
to bo given at Memorial naii j.iiuimaisv'
Ing evening for the benefit of the kinder
An tn trnln was run to North Adams
on Tuesday evening carrying a largo
number to witness tho popular drama.
A covering of asbestos and felt has
Vin nnr nvor the water main as it
crosses the river under the bridge, and it
la thought it will be fully protectee, irora
thn mM wpnther.
The body of Alex. Frank Bellows, who
died In New York city on tho 28th, was
brought to this place on Monday and In-tAi-rori
in thn intervale cemetery on Tues
day. Mr. Bellows was the son of Elmer
Bellows, who formerly lived in this town
and went to New York years ago. He
was in business a long time on 105th
street in New York city. He was a very
capable man and highly regarded by all
who knew blm and his death in the prime
of Ufa la a severe blow to his family and
friends. His wife and two children ac
companied the body to this place.
A. E. Cudworth is In Bellows Falls this
l,cone Clayton Is visiting In Windham
a few days.
Mrs. Stlckney of Brattleboro Is at W.
Mrs. C. B. Walker Is at A. J. Parker's
Will Belden of Brattleboro visited his
mother last week.
Mrs. Fred Burbec returned last Thurs
day from New Jersey.
E. E. Lawrence of Chester was a guest
nt O. R. Clayton s this week.
Henry Gnrdncr Is at William Carlo
ton's In Windham at present.
Bertha Weston of New Haven Is visit
ing her sister, Mrs. Bert Gates.
Mrs. Stella Bryant has returned from
a visit In Cavendish and vicinity.
Mr. nnd Mrs. C. E. Skinner of Newfane
are at L. T. Landman's a few days..
Several from here attended the funeral
of J. Q. Shumway at Jamaica Sunday.
George L. Davis and daughter. Hazel
of Manchester were in town this week.
George Marsh of Chester was In town
several days recently to look after his
telephone Interests and to put In new
Helen Young gavo a Hallowe'en party
to her young friends Monday evening.
Appropriate games were enjoyed, re
freshments were served and all spent a
Last Sunday was observed as rally day
In the Sunday school at the Baptist
church. Appropriate exercises were given
by the youngest class In the school and
the pastor made an earnest appeal for
increased attendance and interest in the
Tho Baptist ladles' nld society gave a
Hallowe'en party at their vestry Tuesday
evening. During the evening a large
party of ghosts mado their nppearanco
In the hall. Two fortune-tellers were
ready with their services. A number of
Hallowe'en tricks were tried, refreshments
were served and a pleasant time was en
Joyed by all.
School Is not In session this week on
account of the teacher having been ex
posed to measles.
E. S. Allen and a gang of men are re
pairing the telephone lino between East
Jamaica and Townshend.
Tho two-months-old daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph Howe died Saturday
night. The funeral was held at the houso
Monday, Rev. Mr. Martin of West Town
shend officiating, and the burial was In
the West River cemetery.
C. A. Ware has gone to Westmoreland.
N. II., for an aged nunt, who will come
to spend the winter with him.
Mrs. R. K. Caldwell of Hartford Is vis
iting Mrs. Hattle Pomeroy and calling
upon her many friends In town.
Will Day. who Is employed In a largo'
crreimery In Burlington, has been homo
visiting his mother, Mrs. Henry Day.
The Pentecost family returned to New
York on Sunday afternoon and the house
keeper remains to take care of the house.
Rev. and Mrs. Maglathllno of West
Brldgewater have been In town visiting
the Elmer family. While hero they
orected a monument on tne grave of her
mother, Mrs. Horace Holton.
A party of 23, members of the Masonic
fraternity and of Northfield chapter. O.
E. S., attended tho surprise party given to
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Pratt of West North-
field, the ocraslon being their 20th wed
Tho Unitarians will give a harvest sup
per on Friday evening of next week from
to 8.30 o clock, to bo followed by danc
ing, for which good music has been pro
vided. A not "Dolled uisn win do served.
Tho town hall has been procured for this
A mothers' meeting will bo held next
Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock In the
reading room of the library. Those hav
ing the meeting In charge will arrange
for the discussion of practical subject!
relating to childhood and It Is hoped all
mothers will signify their Interest by at
This Fortnightly club will meet next
Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock and the fol
lowing program will be presented: "Lo
renzo Medici, and other personalities of
tho Renaissance"; "The women of tne
Renaissance." Mrs. Annie Howard. Mrs.
Bessie Symonds and Mrs. Hattle Pomeroy
will havo the meeting In charge.
It Is almost as difficult for the average
man to manage on automobile ns a wife.
PRICKLY HEAT, HIVES, BOILS.
Afanr persons are much annoyed by eruptions of
the skin, often attended by the most painlui sensa
tion of itching and burning, and sometimes becom
ing unsightly and obstinate sores. Corpulent people
are especially suujccb w iuou
1 n .M,i.n, mM1IMnji wMrh will nnrlfr the blood
can effect a cure and prevent a recurrence of these
annoyances, euca a meoicine, aim nuumj
An within ra.h nt mnHiiMl neience. is llr. Ken
nedy's Favorite Remedy. Scrofula, Cancer and all
other skin dUeasea arise from an Impure stale of
Dr.D. Kennedy's Favorite Remedy
taken when these symptoms first appear, will pre
vent serious consequences. It strikes at the cause
of these complicated troubles by genily opening the
.yat-oi. tnnincy th tommfh.BtimuIatin? the kidneys
and liver to do their Important part la the work, and
ending in setting up a neanuy kudu m mo ijiku.
in lacif ll mayt wiw jiciiwi vv"s"v( w
Accepted as a Cure
for all derangements, springing from a disordered
or impure condition of the blood. Fever and aue,
malaria, rheumatic gont and all urinary derange-
..Mi imnnTvA tinder the same treatmeoL
If yoa are vexed with indigestion, disordered liver,
want of appetite, constipation, feverish akin, all in
take Dr. Kennedy'a Favorite Remedy without an
bonr'a delay. Keep It In the houso when joa are at
borne, ana wltn yoa on journeys.
Dr. D. Kennedy's Favorite Remedy
Prepared tfRondout,N.Y. tl a bottle; of or W.
HINSDALE, N. H.
Mlsa Catherine Cunningham has cone
to llvo In Brattleboro.
Percy Booth Is working In Hall's res
taurant In Brattleboro.
Mrs. J. II. Jones left Monday for a few
days' visit with her son In Kecno.
C. E. Booth Joined tho Bennott-Moulton
company Saturday In North Adams.
Miss Pauline Davis of Winchester visit
ed In town from Friday until Monday.
Mrs. R. P. Nlms and Mrs. Delia Estcy
recently visited their father, Mr. Thomas,
In Guilford, Vt.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Elmoro of West
moreland visited relatives In town Fri
day and Saturday.
The annual high school Hallowe'en
masquerade party wilt be held at tho
opera house tonight.
William Pntnaude and bride of Haver
hill, Mass., have been the guests of Mrs.
R. L. Howe recently.
R. II. Metcalf has succeeded James
Sprague, who resigned as Janitor at tho
Mr. and Mrs. George Wllkins have be
gun housekeeping In the houso they re
cently bought on River street.
F. W. Robertson and family were In
Boston from Friday until Tuesday.
Harold Martin accompanied them.
Master Norman Scott pleasantly en
tertained his young friends by giving a
Hallowe'en party Wednesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Millard Pike of Burke,
N. Y., nro making a week's visit with tho
former's brothers, W. H. and E. B. Pike.
The Unlversallst Sunday school will
celebrate All Souls day next Sunday, with
special exercises appropriate to tho oc
casion. Miss Maudcne Richards returned last
week from a four weeks' visit at her
former home In Royalton, Vt., and other
Mrs. George M. Oaks of Randolph, Vt.
has been visiting Mrs. Esther Dickinson,
and calling on other friends In town for a
E. B. Thayer has moved his family from
Keene to one of the Davison tenements
on High street. He Is employed In the
Miss Beatrice Currier visited her sister,
Miss Alice Currier, who is employed at
tho Kurn Hnttln home at Westminster,
Vt., over Sunday.
Rev. Mr. Wllkins, pastor of the Metho
dist church, has returned from Boston.
where he received treatment of one of
his eyes several weeks.
Mrs. Jones of Holyoke. who was visit
ing Mrs. C. W. Safford and other friends
In town, wns called home Tuesday by
tho sudden death of a friend.
Mrs. R. T. Jordan and three children
visited In Keene from Friday until Mon
day. Mr. Jordan Joined them Saturday
evening, and returned with them.
Mrs. Delia Estey returned last week.
having been In Buffalo, N. Y something
over two years. She Is with her sister,
Mrs. R. P. Nlms, on High street.
Don't forget the supper and entertain
ment at the Congregational church next
Wednesday evening, the proceeds to go
towards the support of the church choir.
G. A. Robertson has greatly Improved
the appearance of his premises on Canal
street by having the fence removed and
surrounding the grounds with a stone
Rev. W. F. White and little daughter.
Helen, went to South Hndley, Mass.,
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Klolse White, who is a student nt ML
An Invoice of about CO volumes has been
received at tho public library. They will
be placed upon the shelves when properly .
catalogued. The books cover the usual
rango of subjects.
John Currier, until recently connected
with the management of tho- Halle &
Frost company, now has a position as .
Buperintendent of the Stevens mill In
Franklin Falls, this state. ;
Misses Elizabeth Belleville and Elfa ,
Streeter, school teachers at North Hlns-
dale, will not come home nights during
the coldest weather, but will board nt Mr. i
White's and Mr. Gill's, respectively.
The Congregational Sunday school elect
ed the following delegates to the Sunday
school convention to be held in Keeno
Nov. 9: Mrs. A. F. Fisher, Miss Emma
Wellman, Miss Nellie May Lyman, Miss
The fire alarm was sounded at about
11.30 o'clock Thursday for a blaze In tho
east end of the Amldon woolen mill. The
fire department was quickly on the
ground and had the firo extinguished with
out grent damage. I
Mr, and Mrs. D. A. Nlms went to '
Keene Saturday to attend the funeral of j
air. Atma s uncie, ueacon iinrvey
Philips. They also visited their son.
Myron Nlms, and family and returned
home Sunday afternoon.
Among those from "but of town who
attended the funeral of Nelson Barrett
Thursday were Mrs. W. G. Harvey of
Keeno, Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Holman of
Spofford, Mrs. G. F. Wilder nnd son,
Robert, nnd Mrs. Green of Millers Falls.
The Knitting club entertained the gen
tlemen nt Mrs. W. E. Fay's Friday even
ing. Progressive dominoes and cards wero
the games of the hour. A supper con-
slstlng of welsh rarebit, shrimp wiggle.
cookies, lee cream. cofCwi nnrt fruit wnn
Mrs. R. E. Metcalf. who underwent an I
operation at the Baker hospital for
women, at Brookllne, Mass., Oct. 17, is
making a rapid recovery. A letter writ
ten by her to her family expressed both
her own nnd her nurse's satisfaction with .
her condition. I
R. E. Metcalf, rural mall carrier, Is
out with a new United States mall wagon.
which he bought of Bears & Roebuck of
Chicago, which Is not only neat In ap
pearance but Is well fitted to serve Its
purpose. With the horse Mr. Metcalf
bought In Boston Ire feels sure that he has
as handsome a rig for the purpose as
any rural agent.
The Hinsdale Brass band will give a
minstrel show at the opera house Thurs
day evening, Nov. 9. There will be 35
voices In the opening chorus, and the
songs and specialties by the well known
local artists will be varied and up to dato.
Much faithful work has been put Into
the preparation, and a first-class enter
tainment is promised.
Tho Ashuelot Paper company's mill,
which was destroyed some time In the
spring by Are, a week after its comple
tion, has been fully rebuilt nnd put In
operation, the first sheet of paper passing
over the machine OcL 25. The mill Is
along the line of the former structure
with a few exceptions. Tho most impor
tant change was tho building of the water
tower In a central portion of the struc
ture rather than on one corner. The largo
penstock Is also completed so that the
mill was able to start on water-power.
There Is excellent water-power the
greater part of the year, as the company
has full right to use as much of the Ashue
lot river as Is wanted and there Is a fall
of a number of feet into the wheelplt.
Nelson Barrett, who was 91 years old
the 5th of last April, died Wednesday,
OcL 25, at his home on Tower hill, from
the general weakness Incident to old age.
He was the fifth of 14 children, all of
whom are now dead. His life-long voca
tion was that of a farmer, with the ex
ception of about a year, when he was em
ployed on a Connecticut river tug boat.
He married in 1859 Mrs. Mary Holman
and two children were born to them. The
wife and son are dead, but the daughter
Is Mrs. Edgar Bartlett of Redlands, Calif.
He leaves also a step-son, F. B, Holman
of Spofford, and a step-daughter, Mrs.
Fred Wilder of Millers Falls. Mr. Barrett
had lived alone much of the time for sev
eral years, doing his household work and
attending to other duties. The funeral
was held Thursday and the burial was In
Pine C rove Springs cemetery. Rev. W.
F. White officiated at the funeral
ASHUELOT, N. H.
Fred Detour was a visitor In Great
Barrlngton, Mass., last week.
Ira Wcthcrbeo's family havo been en
tertaining his mother from Brattleboro.
Frank Priest nnd Oscar Burt of Holyoke
wcro hero part of tost week on business.
S. W. Maxficld attended the funeral of
his only direct nunt, Mrs. A. A. Lincoln,
in Worcester, Sunday,
Mrs. A. N. Kingsbury, late of Brooklyn,
N. Y., nnd Mrs. L. E. Fay of Marlboro are
at Mrs. Kingsbury's home hero.
Mrs. Ardclia I Polzcr has been ap
pointed executrix of tho will of tho late
Gustavo Polzer and given a bond of $7500.
Mrs. F. H. Ogdcn of Newark, N. J
formerly Nellie Hawkins of this place,
was a visitor at her uncle's, B. F. Howe's,
Three men of the United States for
estry department have been at work
several weeks about the sawmill on the
Howard woodlot, getting 'data for sta
Miss Katherlne F. Conroy, teacher of
the grammar school, accompanied by
pupils. Misses Viola Rock, Ruth Hartley,
Marjorle and Ruth Maxfiold, Joined a
party of teachers and pupils from the
Winchester schools Saturday on an ex
cursion to Deerfleld, Mass., visiting
points of historical interest there.
Tho ladles of the Unlversallst society
will hold a rummage sale In the east
entrance hall of the Ball house, opposite
II. II. Pratt's rcstdenco on Monday and
Tuesday next week nfternoon nnd even
ing of each day. Articles of all kinds,
useful or ornamental, are solicited. Con
tributions from tho Winchester society
have been received of men's children's and
women's wearing apparel.
Louts A. Detour of Ashuelot and Miss
Annie T. Douglass of Great Barrlngton,
Mass., were married in St. Peter's church
nt Great Barrlngton on Wednesday, Oct.
25, by Rev. Richard Murphy. The brides
maid was Miss Mary Broderlck of Great
Barrlngton and the best man was Fred
erick Detour of Ashuelot. Tho ushers
wero T. J. Kearln and J. F. Maloney.
The bride wore a gown of white material
and carried a pearl prayer book. The
bridesmaid was attired In a steel grey
costume. After the ceremony a reception
was held at the residence of John E.
Broderlck on East street. Mr. and Mrs.
Detour left during the afternoon on their
wedding trip. They arrived here Sat
urday and will soon take rooms at Mrs.
J. F. Howard's, where they will bo at
homo to their friends.
CHESTERFIELD, N. H.
Silas Hlldrcth left last week on his
. return trip to the soldiers' home In Mlchl
i The school census shows U7 young peo
ple between the ages of five and 1G ln-
I elusive, 66 boys nnd 81 girls.
i Joseph C. Hubbard. SI, one of the wide
ly known and highly esteemed citizens
of the town, died Oct. 25. He had been
in falling health a long time, although
' nble to be about until a few days before
his death. He was a man of attractive
qualities, endeared to many people. He
Is survived by his wife, two doughters,
1 Mrs. Cora TIsdale nnd Mrs. Ida F. Rlggs,
and two grandchildren. Ida and Everett
TIsdale. Rev. H. A. Jones officiated at
the funeral, which was held Saturday.
Many relatives from a distance were pres
ent Tho bearers were John Berrlo of
MIddletown, Conn., Malcolm Berrle of
Providence, R. I., Asa Whitman and E.
C. Wellington of Westmoreland and
) Arthur Davis nnd Frank Day of this
town. The burial was In the family lot
In tho West cemetery.
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WEST CHESTERFIELD, N. H.
James Breed Is In Bellows Falls, where
ho has employment.
Hazen Farr has gone to Brattleboro
to work on the F. Z. Dickinson farm.
A gTCClal meeting of the Grange will be
held Saturday evening for rehearsal of
tho fourth degree.
Mm. r. v. rtnrnhnm went to Snrine--
field. Mass.. Friday, accompanied by her
Thn hodv of JoseDh C. Hubbard was
hroueht here from the Centre for burial
In the family lot In the West cemetery,
Only 14 couples attended the dance
Friday evening, the attendanco being
about the smallest ever known at a
gathering of the kind here.
W. B. Allen's main barn at tho old
GUson stand at tho ferry between this
place nnd Dummerston station was de
stroyed by fire Wednesday evening. Oct.
25. Tho fire was started by tho accidental
overturning of a lantern, and the flames
spread quickly through the hay loft and
soon enveloped the whole building. There
were about 50 people on the grounds with
in a short time, and by hard work the
other buildings wero saved.
WALPOLE, N. H.
Irving Pierce, about 14, of this town
was successful in shooting n deer In
Erroll. this state, last week. It weighed
about 150 pounds after It was dressed,
and the carcass was shipped here. Young
Pierce Is a son of Mr. and Mrs. George
Mr. Kipling has written a poem called
"The Heritage," which Is described as
belnir In the vein of his "Recessional."
, This new poem Is to appear in n volume
, to be entitled "The Empire and tho Cen-
The new novel by Mrs. Humphry Ward,
"Fenwlck's Career," begins In the Novem
ber Century, the first number of the
new volume. Fenwlck Is a handsome
young English painter, who starts out
with unbounded confidence In himself and
his powers. The story Is set first in the
Westmoreland country of England, nnd
later In London. The Illustrations will
be by Albert Sterner, who has Illustrated
former books (or Mrs. Ward, and who has
drawn the most artistic and satisfactory
likeness of the distinguished writer yet
IN some conditions the
gain from the use
of Scott's Emulsion is
very rapid. For this
reason we put up a
fifty-cent size, which is
enough for an ordinary
cough or cold or useful
as a trial for babies
and children. In other
conditions the gain is
slower health cannot
be built up in a day.
In such cases Scott's
Emulsion must be taken
as nourishment! a food
rather than a medicine.
It's a food for tired and
Band lor free aaasple
Scott & Bowne, 409-415 pmH it
Chemist New York
ME. JOHN KENKEY'S CONDITION
WAS THOUGHT HOPELESS.
But the Disease Yielded to Dr.tTilllanu
rink rills Some Details Given
Mr. Kenney hns actually escaped from
the paralytic's fate to which he seemed a
short time ngo hopelessly doomed. The
surprising report has been fully verified
and some important details secured in a
personal interview with the recent suf
ferer. "The doctor," said Mr. Kenney, "told
mo that if I wanted to live niiy length
of time I would havo to give up work al
together, and he told my friends that
the paralysis which had begun would in
time involve my whole body."
"Just how wero you afflicted at this
time?" Mr. Kenney was asked.
" Well, I had first hot, and then cold
and clammy feelings, and at times my
body felt as if needles were) being stuck
into it. Theso sensations woro followed
by terrible pains, and again I would have
no feeling at all, but a numbness would
como over mo, and I would not be able to
move. The most agonizing tortures cams
from headaches and a pain in the region
of my spine.
"Night after night I could not getmy
natural sleep and my system was wrecked
by tho strain of torturing pains and the
effect of the opiates I was forced to take
to induce sleep. As I look back on the
terrible suffering I endured during this
period Ioften wonder how I retained my
reason through it all.
" But relief canio quickly when I
was induced to try Dr. Williams' Pink
Pills for Pale People Tho very first box
seemed to help me, and seven boxes made
me entirely well. There can be no doubt
about tho thoroughness of my cure, for I
hnvo worked steadily ever since and that
is nearly four years."
Mr. Kenney is at present employed by
the Merrimao Hat Company and resides
at 101 Aubiu street, Amesbury, Mass.
The remedy which he used with such
satisfactory results, is sold by all drug
gists, or direct by the Dr. Williams
Medicine Company. Schenectady. N.Y.
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills have a double
action, ou the nerves and on tho blood.
and have cured neuralgia, nervous pros
tration, St.Vitus'dance, partial paralysii,
locomotor ataxia, anaemia and rheuma
tism, as well as simpler ailments suoh
as ncodacnes, insomnia and debility.
Why Pay $35 or $40
When you can bay
A First Class, Highest Grade, Heavy (425 lbs.),
COOKINO' RANGE, dellrored at yonr Station,
It has all the latest attachments, for
wood or coal, with nnd without,
not wnter attachment. Hot
l'ntiTnnlr nttnnllfwl 1. tp.
Investigates;:; Before Buying
ATnlalnlnc this trnnderfnl offer.
Tou don't buy from an unknown firm we're
been making stoves for 37 years.
DIGHTON FURNACE GO.
NO. DIGHTON, MASS.
We offer for sale the finest built
Brick Houso in New England at 25
per cent, less than It is worth. House
has four tenements and barn, cement
ed cellars, sound-proof floors, and Is
in first-class condition, and rented to
good famallles. The lot is large
enough for two more houses. Electric
cars run by the door. Too much can
not be said In praise of this property
and the only reason for selling is
the owner lives out of town and
wishes to use his money In his busi
ness. Situated as it Is on Cen
tral street. It is convenient to all
factories, and if you want a place
where you can have a first-class
home and also a good income, or buy
as an Investment, you should see this.
Do not wait till the other fellow gets
it nnd then be sorry you were so
slow. Write or call on
S. W. EDGETT & CO.
We Are Now Taking Orders j
Have we YOUR Order?
H. E. BOND & CO.
17 Main Street, Brattleboro, Vt
Teloi hone Office 48-5. Ueaidence 1S7-5.
8TEAM CARPET CLEANING WORKS,
8 Flat St E. II. THOMAS, Prop.
DR. L. 8. EDWARDS. Dentist.
Hooker Block, Main St Telephone.
BRATTLEBORO CUSTOM LAUNDRY
54 El at street Teleokene 53-J
DR. ALIN KNAPP,
Hooker Block, Urattlebore.
OR. H. L. WATERMAN,
Office and residence. 41 Elliot St. OsmCt)
hours, 12.30 to 2.30; evening, 6 to 8.
C. R. ALDRICH, M. D.,
Union block. Urattleboro. UfSce hears aatO
9 a. m., 1 to 3 p. m., and 7 to 9 p. m.
DR. C. 8. CLARK.
Whitney Block, Brattleboro.
HA8KIN8 & 6CHWENK.
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS,
And Solicitors oi Patents. BratUckor.
H. Q. BARBER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Crosby Black, Brattltkar.
DR. Q. F.
A. I. MILLER, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SUKUEUN.
Hooker block: 8 till 9 a. m.. 1 ta 2. .31 ta
8 p. m.
P. P. WHITE, M. D.,
Physician and burgeon, WilliamsTllle, Vt.
Office hours: II a. m. to 1 p. m., and t ta 7
p. m. Telephone.
Dr. HENRY TUCKER.
Residence. 4 Wllllston SL: teli
umce. Leonara diock.
7 to 9. Telephone 29-3.
Hours 1.30 ta 3 sai
FREMONT HAMILTON, M. D.,
Office and residence No. 1 Linden street.
Hours until 8 a. m.. 1 to 2.30 and earl? area-
ing to 7.30. Sundays, 1 to 3 p. m.
JOHN E. OALE,
AliUKnKl AT LAW,
Guilford. Vt. Soecial attention to all matters
connected with the probate court. Telephone
Q. X. ROBERTS, M. D (SURGEON)
Surgery and diseases of women a specialty.
umce ana residence, is nonn main siren.
Hours 8 to 9 a. m.. 1 to 3 and 7 to 8 o. m.
Q. WHEELER. D. O., .
OSTEUr A TllIU I'll S11 Art.
la North Alain St.. Brattleboro. Oases
hours 9 to 12 and 1.30 to 4, Wednesdays aasl
DR. WINFRED H. LANE.
Office In Houghton block over Kuecas
store. Telephone 212-2. Hours 8 to a.
m., 1 to 3 and 7 to 8 p. m. Residence
19 Grove street Telephone 211-1.
GEO. H. GORHAM. M. D.,
Whitney Block, Main St., urattlekoro.
Practice limited to diseases of the Ere, Ear,
Nm, anri Thrnlt. Itnurs. 9.30 a. m.. ta 12
m., 2 to 4 p. m., Tuesdays and Fridays only.
At ueuows rails tne rest oi tne weea.
DR. GEO. R. ANDERSON,
PHYSICIAN AND SUKUtUK.
rrr : .1 e o 1 , . c c.
Sery in all its brancnes a specialty, ni
ce hours: until 10 a. m.. 1 to 2.30 p. as..
evenings. 6.30 to 8. Telephone. Brvr
STATE OF VERMONT. Westminster. S3.
My the Probate Court for said District.
To all persons Interested in the Estate of
T. C. HAND of Townshend In said District,
Vnn urn herebv notified that this Court will
decide upon the allowance of the account of
E. L. Hastings, guardian of said Hand, at tho
seraion thereof to be held st the Hotel In
Townshend. on tho Bth day oi Dccemoer, A. u.
IDtrt, when and where you may bo heard in the
promises, if you see cause.
. www ik a s w a T T YYTH T Jsr - -
ft -tO aCtlallA II. AliisUIjs) JUUKC.
"Whoa, There, Whoa!"
And I will promise to get
you a SA Horse Blanket.
I knew they were the
best blankets made, but I
did not know horses were
so crazy for them.
We Sell Bern
And can guarantee that they will give the
user more wear than any other Dianxer.
made. Try one and be convinced. Prices
no higher than others ask for inferior goods.
Sold in 'Brattleboro only by
ROBBINS & COWLES.
A Few Of Many
Blankets, from $i to $7
Robes, $2.50 to $20
Lanterns, 15c to $2.25
Oil Heaters, $3.50 to $5.50
Andirons, $1.75 to $7
Corn Huskers, 10c to 25c
Corn Brakes, 15c
Baskets, 8c to 75c
J. EDGAR MELLEN.
A. S. ATHERTON
for the states of Vermont and Massachusetts.
17 Yeara' Exoorlenco.
Telephone3-U Bernardaton, Mass.
10 lbs. Salt Pork for 11.00,
And all kinds of Fresh Meats at reasonable
prices. Cash paid for bides and skins at our
Old Btahd, fi Eluot Stbuct.
L. H. V F. A. RICHARDSON.
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