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THE TCKATTLEBOUO DATLY REFORMER, TUESDAY, MAY r, 1911.
THIS WOMAN'S SICKNESS Quickly Yielded To Lyclia E Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. l'altinmrr, Mil. - "I mn itior thn; jdad to tell whiit I y tii a V.. 1'inkliMiii: V c g e 1 n 11 1 ( 'em BELLOWS FALLS NEWS Ceorge U. Wales returned Lome l;ist week from a lmi nos trip to Texas, lrv ;oods tin- j iias I ii the having lii-cn gone from lii store liere about three weeks. The mechanical ilepa it men) of Vermont I'aiin Machine enmpanv been working the past week or lour evenings :i ivi-i-k. 'because of unusual rush l' orders. l-aae K. Ni niii.iii h;m sudd a hulk! in lot mi Hint place extension west n' his residence to .1. !. I'ierce, v. tin will erect a dwelling hone there lor himself (In- comi ii; slimmer. ('hailes . Vilas, ((. wealthy New S in ker w ho makes his summer Iihiii -at A !st :i I a ml entertains a largo number of friends there during the Mimmer, has conm. to his resilience. (!ate Lodge. Francis II. I'.iake, son of Fred .1. who has lieen with the (liiv Ularly until I VT.S I '' others ' mi n.-t I els ;i i:I has just linish- SERVED IN DEFENSE OF UNION Mi!!il (lil for in'-. I MifTrrcd i!rrmifni pains ami wr,-- very irregulr.r. 1 became alarmed and pent for I-ydia E. rinkham's Vegetable Com- Jound. I tool; it rep-j Ulakt s, f s without a cranio or i ' ,! t season w ith them, .returned to lain and felt likej"is !loI,H' :,t axioms Kiyer last week, another person, and ! ,,r- ,;- Durham reached it has now been six months since I took j aturdny. after an extended trip any medicine at all. I hope my little ! 1 hn,u-11 th' s""thwest -'"1 the m th l-.oto Will assist, von in llninp-other wo-! vv, sf- "'l'ol t :ul 'xeellent line men T now fWl nprfnctlu vvi.ll nnl in ,','t '"' "' 11 " "''"'I'". Hie doctor -.villi ,l , I , , ft ,A , resume his practice here at oik e. Hie- best of health. Mrs. AUGUST i 1 V. tv'ovnvr-n ir.".o llnllmn ;tr31.t Pol. ' '"' "omen ot the I all Mi.iaittHM II r It A V ' n ?! H No. 4 V , ' Captain Henry Clark Streeter NORTHFIELD, MASS. X L Saturday, jNIay !, Albert llaskins Business cf Special Town Meeting. The " f'ollov.-ijijr luisiness was tr:nsa t rd at the special town meetinj: held Thursday: The selectmen were jtiven power to secure ;lii iicut to ait for the town in defense of all lawsuits: Hl' ..."!1 was raised and appriipriu t ed on the delit (in the ;rade' rrossinjr at We-t .Nortlitield; the tow u ote. to re imlnirse the town clerk for $t es-pendi-d liy him 'in defense of an in j n ; -1 i it in prep.-riiij: halluts for I'.)!-; the s.ilaiv nf the ;i collector v:i in ciea- ci n :iil; 1 ie ri-ciircf report of trust funds w;i;; accepted. Tile ar tides in the warrant relating tn ;he state law lor assessing the ahultiu estates on streets oiled, after Mime controversy was oted down. there fore the following article. In assess aluittin.'f estates for half or all of the $700 appropriated for oiling the streets at the hist town meetiny;, was parsed over. tirnore, Md. I v" V'' ' rMT " .' ,:' ,s'"-.,il,,fi s!:V' i W'll cohter tin- thir-i and tourth de- I.ydia K. I'inkham's Vegetable Com-j ,-rees toi row e-. enii'. The work pound, made from native roots and; will he followed iy a short program. l"iorbs, contains no narcotic or harmful I h't-frcshments w ill he served, at'ti r drugs, and to-day holds the record of j w hi di whist and dancing will he en being the most successful remedy for j .".vcd. female ills we know of, and thousands ' ''- H. rn'. district dep-.ity superior of voluntary testimonials on fde in the j dictator of the I. oval Older of Moose. l'inkham laboratory at Lynn, Mass., j was '"' ,: ,,n''1,1 Tiun-sdav evening. M-em to prove this fact. , accom; a n M-d 1-y John M. Wolfe of the ,. . , , , ! lfilev iV Wolfe Clorhiti': Co. Thev ;is- lor thirty years it has been the stand- sist,;,, hl installation of ollh ers f ant remeiy ior iemaie ins, ana nas re-; tin- ( i t een Held order, at stored the health of thousands of women was ., aij,,. ntteiida m-e. wr.o r.nvc i-een iroutneu witn sucn ail ments ns displacements, inflammation, ulceration, tumoi-2, irregularities, etc. If you want special alviic write to l.ydia H. rinkliam Mel irine Co., ( confidential ) Lynn, Mass. Your letter will be opened, read and answered by a woman ind held in striet confidence. '.vhich then I'n-sideiit 'A. II. AHLiee of tin lows I'alis Savinus institution. liere yisteiiiay on a month s tiip throughout al iens .-ec tion t.'aptaiu Henry "hirk iStreeter. pen-; siioi ttfeiit and real estate dealer, is justly proud of the fact that he was a.memher of the only regiment of cav alry raised in Ye.-niout for the Civil war and a regiment that ia rticipate.l in 7." ensiatiemouts. in 4 cf which Captain , !-U reefer as captain, private, lioti-comiuissioni d ollicer or commission ed otlieer, participated. Severely w( unded through the hodv. receiving at the same time another wound through tire left arm. he recovered in three months and rejoined his command to remain with it until mustered irom the regular armv was commissioned col onel. During the winter of and lsti.". Mr. Streeter was detailed as a sum mons server to the general court mar tial at Washington and hail many long, lonely and dangerous night rides to make, esoocialiv on new I'rankiin frank Williams has a automobile. j Mrs. h'oswcll Dickinson has moved from Arthur I'olton's in West North-! lield to Kast North lield. ! Mr. and Mrs. II. S. Kello--- and Mrs.! i . S. I al ley are making their new home in Clen liidue, N. .1. J Mr. and Mrs. Coorge C. ?doise have .returned to their place on Maple street. of L'.l miles to latter spending the month in Waltham. On one occasion! mid Mrs. Henrv . .lohnson have a I I'airfax Court House he rode there to summon Col. .I( hnson return d from their wedding trit oi tne -mi .ew l or k regiment as a.aie at home m the upper witness and the colonel told him that (J. . Iiuunell s house. Vet'U Sensible Very Comfortable Vevji Attractive. Vert Durable Has it low, broad heel is one of Ihe newt-si pal terns and looks very attractive on the lady's foot. Is as easy "as an old shoe" and will look new and fresh for a long time. Just right for an afternoon or street shoe. . Price S4.00 Specially attractive patterns this season. Brothers C tenement. lie was in the :-!.-!- let t hattle of o tl I le Moseby would get him if he continued) to make such rides. The next night i Mosebv 's men captured Coneral Stough ton and narrowly missed getting Col. lohnsi.it. The regiment continued to ji t into about everv engagement of tin- Mrs. R. H. I 'hi 11. rick hears orts from her father, C. 1". .,,,,,! ie .1 ;co!,Us. . tal. He ARCHITECTS ENGINEERS Plans, Estimates Superintendence Factory lluildings, School Houses Business Mocks, Hotels, Etc. NEWTON C. BOND CO. North Adams, Mass. serv ice. Wilderness, which began years ago I todav. aiol in numerous other imoortant nisinis-. i .... . ' of the I r,gagements. including (ettyslMirg. West where his bank has farm loans. Second Hull Klin. Slaughter Mountain. of which he will male a very careful Sptttsyh ania. Odd Harbor and Peters investigation. He is aci'om pa n ied on 1 UI-,- this tii:. bv Mrs. Allhee. I . . . i ( apta.iu Streeter was lioiu in hes- t I I .. i. I. ,V . . . ! . I -M.eao uie eaons oi Tne com mi I - , ,. . in , X. H.. .Ian. "J7. lsll tei s ol the W oman s clnb and the .Merchants association in inauiMiratim: i a "clean-uis paint-up"' week are hear terlield. ( a ptai a ing fruit. Ihe date set was this week, each dav lsti i n r its part icular work to do, but during last week! much was prov e a n of the lone on many I eautil v the homes. t reefs to no- sui rou nd i a gs j Stephen M. Hale, local mechanical engineer of the International Paper com. any. was at Walden Pond over Sunday with friends. Mrs. Hale, ac companied by her mother, who spent several weeks here with her, went yesterday to the hitter's heme in Port Ivlward.' N. V., where Mt-. Ilah- will v isi I a few da vs. I'rotcsslona! Cards M, IIKMl;V TI'CM'.i;. I.'- i.l.-o : i , i- I-1.' -. i hi.. i,.- I -s. )..';.. )., .t, , pi ... 1:1 i;...v.. .ii.ii.I .... u. Tth-Il A ni'.ng I lie bn a what is o i 1 1 j; on ha ml a re Pa I i je U W a 1 1 .o le. win. is ; bo s who are M'l'iiiv in M o- i. o a I Ii i ,1 llarlneM of North board the s" nil t s ii i p It Al.i.irnii, V I i .. I Oil, i M 1.1." l. IImim ... I .., I ; Ii 11. Prairie, and Ci.,u Kendall, Prank Kendall. he P.o-lou ,V railroad conduct oi-, who i; aboard I he b. i.iL'i:i. The latter Iv lived ill Somei i lb- and W a-- - on of Maine v oenia n i foi iin i a lone: TUoma;; i:h r.. m. l mi,.,. i, i-M-r rii,i..ni :-..iim, ll.inl,. 1 1 . 1 1 1- . . ii. in . I I.. .; in. I v I.. p, mi. ,1.1. ii. i male ol l I school I .Ii ini. w ii. .n. Muni !i . Kill i n.,., 'I l.c, Jill. G. II. ..I I s -mi I. ::n 1. 1 s . I .A N K. t Hi I. IHIpc Ii, is unli! j ;:n; i:;o. in iiuil reel. me, 1 ' : M oi n iiius nut 1 1 CVCIIIIIri until . IIUNTEU. Willislmi P.n.ck. over uj. I lit. !-c Ii 1 1 u is : 1 ,i a p. in., iii. Ii. oili ii. i-. West :. U lclioi i. I I.. H. V. CiUEKNE, rhysician and Surgeon. Oilici. p.. oik 1.1,.,-k. II, mis: S p. ! a. in., 1 t. :i ami 7 p. s p. in. Uet,iili iu c, ; U recti l-'l. T.'!,..le.iii. roiiin.il i, .lis I )on:i line on I he h i I' ootball and baseball teams. The log drive of Ihe International Paper company from the White river has been ariiving here several dav arid there are now about two million j feet ill the booms here. The present! ' height of wafer in the White and Con j necticut rivers is very advantageous! ' for them. Foreman Joseph Daigle has' placed one engine and hoisting appara - j1us on a raft in the liver on tin- New; i H a m i ish i i e side and the Iolis aie being i piles. j a son ol Clark and Sarah (Hildrethi Sr reefer. His father was in command ot" a horse company that in those days joined with tin- infantry in th" annual musters.' Captain Streeter remained in his home town until 1 siio, when he vv.nt to Hollows Pailas as a clerk in the shoe store conducted by Charles Chase. One day in discussing the war w ith Mr. Chase yi ung Streeter remark ed that if Vermont raised a cavalry legiment he would enlist and 'not long afterward Mr. Chase entered the store one morning and told him his chance had come for the books were open at 10. tttlehoio for en I i-i n: . n t s in a, cav a I r v l egi me n I . ili' b a rde.l t he '.' lock t rain for P.iatlleboro and went to the enlisting ipiarters in the oHi.e of Ceorge P.. Kel logg. an attorney. 1 r . KelJogg w:is Ihe recruiting ollicer. The v.uing ro peilive ca v a ! i v u: a a found the olfn e lull of men MM.d-.iiig and his . i urage failed. lb- did not sni.,1,.- and tie- at mosphere of the ie. roiling oil.n e did 11, t a ppea I I o 111 I III. lb- s(ae. I around in I'.i a I I l-1 1. .ro all -lav and returned to Ins m P bi v me u t t 1 1 : i night. A wee'; liier a I'ri.-u.l. Ui ualdo (iilmoie, entered the store and ''stumped'' Mr. Stseeter to en!is). u i sooner sai. than thev started and in two hours were enrolled in ' ouipany I ". 1 s Vorii.on t .-aval r v. Thev were soon sent to the rei army and lost many men and officers j Hi kille'l. vvoiiiPicI ami capture, i. i Mr. Streeter in July, lMi-t, was made a sergeant and in September of the I same year was raised to the rank of orderly sergeant. In October he was i om missioned second lieutenant, in I e , ember he was made tirst lieutenant and February 2. lsi-". was made cap-j tain. It was while a sergeant in a battle near Chariest own in the Shenandoah valley on Aug. !1. 1(4. between Cus ter's brigade of cavalry arid (Jeneral Karly's corps, that Sergeant Streeter received almost simultaneously a bul let through the left forearm and one in the abdomen. He clung to his saddle and two of his companions, riding on either side of him. assisted him to the rear. He was put in an ambulance and started on a wild ride to Harper's Fer ry, nine miles away. He was accom panied by Sargeant Charles Farr of his company. It was I o'clock at night before In- received any surgical atten tion. He was off duty three months, the greater part of which time was spent in P.ra 1 1 leboro, and then return ed to his- regiment. In May, lilo, the regiment go' back to Pu 1 1 1 ii gt on, after having been pre; on! at the so i render of Conor, il Pee at Appomattox. There it was re organ ie. iulo six companies which were -int out l t duty along I lie lakes and O.inpanv under command f Cap tain Streeter saw dutv at Sacketl's Harbor, N. Y., until .Inly, when the legimenl was retiirii'-'l to P.iu l'uigt on and was uui.ter.-d out of set vice Aug. :, lsi;.-,. apt. Streeter returned to Hollows Palls and for three years conducted the Fellows Falls hotel and then went to Rutland as superintendent of the who is in the S ii i ng tie' d 1 is expected ho ne next vv . e . Mrs. . 1. Calleioi.-r r i'ra nco:: ia. N. II.. has sold h. ie l I'vce .n South Main street to S. II. li .vi of Connec ticut, who will tembe.'. The Wdiin-:, 's cietv will meet t a i-.e pn: s sioii in Se H B Fori i-. a Mis Wt ib.esdav. sioiiarv so-1 Mav '.. at f Ii A ITifn'TlliT f . . . .1 1- V. ; S..rfc.-r.v ;i M ,-,.,l.y. .Taii-c ami residence, j '' 1 :l u 11 nllt to tlu I'llMiM Ij.HIS.-. .Mail! .1. llllUl'H lllllll HI U. t , 111 in ; I P. .:) ami 0 ... ,S ,. m. ' Pimm-, -J 4 ' i . ,l . hanl.iupt linn I't.l- UuuMis l ami :: lii an I..I..IV.I Vt -l ,-!.. i ; im l-ii-.i.c i pi. II s: t,, ;i a. in.. 1 Pi :i -iml pieseiu aim iiiuerent of the creditors ,,f the if Cordon i!t ManniiiLT v era I heal c red i t rs were i t ies re; resen t - 7 p. a , It." i.P-ii,-. in. Siimiavs li- a luii.i tit mcii I only. I ana I St . I el. nil. ill.', 1 i i . I ; l:. K. WHITE, M. D. Miiaiial liu. tit inner ) . 1!!.-. in, .ins. I ami I'fi.sliy blnck. llnnrs: M P. '.) n. in.. 1 In n ami 7 Pi S . ill. Kesi-il.-i.c-. gn (iii.v,. Si. T.-ii-tiiinii.-. 717. Joudan SON. Optometrists, 1 Klli-t St. Sp.r, ui1 : -tt, III Ho- Oil I i-r-ilotl III ilct'.-. t ivc vis ion. i . a in ; na I imi. '. Pi I "J a. in.. l.l'.U Pi .7 P. in. Kvi-ninxs. M. onlay ami Saturday. 7 P . . "i n 1 in. -ti 1 s at y.nir i nn ven ic m . Tel.. M. as capita! .hi dale file I ' nsecn fed I lie u rm put i n in October. 1 p 1 2. I hi showed the folio. v in -'"ill's, -o.2.':s.lM; tor assets, stock, S'M); cases, etc.. $.;oO; debts due. f's. lis: deposit in bank. 7.L'S; total. ..".(! !to. An offer of Co cents on the PH. I. ,.r. A. I. 1 1 iti. MILLER, II. i- h.mrs: s tn ,.-r 1,1, 1 p. : L lli-,.lll. , li.iin to s. ! which DR. C. G. WHEELER, Osteopathic Physician, in Crn.Oiv lil.n-k. Ofli.v linuis: i ij tu 1 - a. in.. tn I p. in. Other hours l.y a.;mmi mcnt. 'I'rli'plinne cnimc. t inns. 11 Spruce St. DR. GRACE W. BURNETT. Physician and burgeon, Mjirk.-t hlm-k. Kllint St. Otlice li-.-nis: s :;u p !';-,,, ., ,;-t i -a to o ;0 gnij 7 In in. Tcl.-nllnllf. 711 V. W. R. J70YE3. M. D., Eye. Ear, Nose and Tr..oa. i 1,1 jg, l p. Wpiliiosday and Sa nr. lav cviiiin-s. Other himrs ami Sumlays l.y ai I-.: ui iiii-iit. A ppni at an ii t ss for glasses lit t.n lit ii I hy mail or ' phone. American Hldtf. DR. C. S. CLARK, Dentist, Whitney block, 1 0 lit I I-Im,-.i. Ti-li',liiiie, .VI-:1,. JOHN E. GALE, Attorney at Law. Guilford, t. Teh (.Imiie, ;iog. HAKKINS & SCHWESK, Attorneys and Couii.sellors at Law, Co ui 1 1. I.oro. Vt. dollar was made and most of the itors made written acceptances. The Sun. lav schools in district No. 1, consists of Athens. 'a mbrid'.-e- I Klltt lll'M I'tllll KlVtnIK l.'iv.O- Itelli.lVU Falls it ml Westminster (east village!, will meet in the Haptist church here t urn i ir ro .v ev ening. h'ev. (i. W. Hurke. who is vice president for the district, has the meeting in charge. He' has ar ranged tor seviral aihlres-es and it expected that b'ev. C. 1-. K'obbius of Hindi ugton. the new --ecretary of the state Sunday School iissocia t ion. will be present. Supper will he served in the Methodist church and Deacon C. VV. Osgood Will be toastmaster. A pro gram of much interest has been ar ranged for both afternoon and evening. v otis at 1 In rl i n g? on an.! went into camp on th;- old fair grounds. On their march from the railroad station to the camp ground each man drew his cloth ing from tlu- government and soon af ter got the In lses. Od. Piatt, who had offered to raise a regiment of horse and etpiip them, accomplished his purpose in to days and tin- regiment w as mounted on Morgan horses, for which the state was then famous. The regiment remained in camp, the men and horses being trained in the work of the soldier, and on Pee. 14, lMil, was oidere, 1 to leport at Wash ington. They left Ho rli n gton in live trains, totaling l.'n cars in each one d- of i lo which, were eigk ses. Thev fc.i.ent ? men and their a night in a car Pain in .New i iiili an-l the march iown j Hroadway to the Pattery the next mcining attracted muh attention as it was the first cavalry regiment on its way to the war that had been seen in New York. The regiment went into winter unar- ters at Annapolis, where Col. 1'1'itt. ! v.ho raised and eonii.iied the toninient resigne.i ami v aptain IloKPiav. ot the Hall. I uttle iV Warren Co.. a concern engaged in buying and selling hides, wind au.l pelts. The business was aba n doned by the c.inpany after three years and Mr. Streeter engaged in the livery business for live years in Keene. N. IP. before coming to Hrat tieb.uo in June. ISs;:. !,. worked in the listev organ shops upwards of 14 years, un'.il failing eyesight forced him lo give up that work. After the death ol Col. John Hunt, he was commissioned pension agent and later entered the real estate business, in both of which occupations he is now engaged and has been for 10 years. Capt. Streeter ma! l ied Kllen ti. Clegg at Nashua. N. IP. April Id. tsiiii. She died Oct. l'.. P.H2. He has three sons and a daughter: Franklin C. Streeter and ilia A., wife of Uollin II. lirow n. both of Pi iitt leboro. Henry A. Streeter i f New Haven. Conn., and Charles H. Streeter of Cleveland. O. He is a member and past commander of Sedg wick post, (!. A. P.. hut is not a mem her of any other organisation. He has recently been appointed a trustee of the Vermont Soldieis' Home in Pennington. the home of M I s. Catherine liichard- sen. The piogiiiin will be in charge ofi the rerideat missionaries. j Mr. and Mrs. J. P.. Murray have been in Norihiield the past week superin tending the lemodeling of their Ionises on Winchester hill. They ex pect to live her- this summer. Mrs. Daniel M. Wilson of Kenne lmnk. Me.. wiP- of a former Fnitariau minister here, is sulVering lrom the re sult of an accident. Her arm was brok en, knee liuised and thigh severely sprained. Dr. J. D. Jonas of Houriiinouth. F.ng lam!. is s eaking each day at the chapel si rv ices at Northfield seminary and Mt. Hermoii school. . His wife, . laughter, and Miss I.ongbottom of Shellield, Hngbiud, are here with him and are quests ot' Mr. and Mrs. W. H. M mi, I v. JAMAICA. Henry Williams of Hrattleboio . ame Saturday night to visit his parents. M v rou Slark of Do miners! on spent Sun. lav in Jamaica visiting relative.. The village schoolroom is being im pt.ve.l with fie'h paper, paint and a new ceiling. Mrs. Hannah Fnlleitoii. who ; p.-nt the winter in Massachusetts, came home Thursday c ening. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson spent Ihe af ternoon April .".o with his cousin. (). A. Johnson, and family. Miss Stella Howard it Weslliel-t is spending a few days with her mother,) Mrs. Flora Howard. j Mr. and Mrs. Pearl O Stark of; There are seven spruces in the Fnit e,l States. Pour are confined to tin West, two to the Kast, while one, white spruce, has a continent-wide distribution. Having introduced medical inspec tion in 172, Klmira. N. Y., asserts its claim to having been the first Ameri can city to adopt health supervision i of school children. FRANK l;....in 7. E. BARBER. Attorney at Crnsl.y I. lock, I'.i al I iclioi-o. Law. ItOBEFT C. BACON. Attorney at Law. l(noinl 1. 1 llcry P.iiililin llrat I l.-l.nro. O. B. HUGHES, Lawyer. T. l. t.le.iu.. a .-, M. C. C. BILLINGS, recently first Assistant '..noil ifsiniii-r of Patents. Solicitor and Attor i y hi Patent mid 'I' rude Mark Cax-K, Scy- i ir, Seymour, M.cnilli Pillins. 71 H.lwv, Nov Vork: M.'iill Uldu'., Washington. I). (I. S. W. EDGETT & CO . Real Estate and Iu vrHiitPnt; Notary TuMic. HI Main St. BAT ROWS ft. CO.. Wholesale and Retail Je:0eri u CnnlH of all kinds. Ofti.-e. ft Main SI . P. al I Irlior... Mult AN 'I , I. ft CO, Vii.l-it.iUetii, l.i Main SI ! - I '.' . I'.ral t I' ll. r. i, V t. ESTABLISHED 1870. exclusive Undertaking BOND & SON KEOiaTERKD EMBAI.MER3. Maux, 1721. Vt., 27 28. N. It. 220. Ucasonahlo Trices, Correct Service. Autos in Season. TEL. 261 W. BHATTLEBORO. VT Transatlantic communication has been established between the govern-! I me-if station at Arlington. Yn.. and the llifl'el Tower in Paris, as well as! stations nt Panama and San Francisco,- but this is onl.' occasional and the ser v 'p e is not open to commercial basi ness. Builds Up ' Go to your doctor first. Secure his approval. Then follow his advice. Take no medicine 'the doctors will not approve. .T. C. AyerCo.. Iiowell. Maa. Ayer's Sarsaparilla is a tonic. It does not stimulate. It does not make you feel better one day, then as bad as ever, or even worse, he next day. There is not a drop of alcohol in it. You have the steady, even gain that comes from a strong tonic. Sold for sixty years. Ti vviisheiid came Saturday night to visit his partnts. Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Stark. A new phonetic heading chait has been placed in each school in tow n, also new history note books with outline maps. Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Sargent came home Saturday night from Concord. N. P.. where they went to see Mr. Sar gent 's mother, who is ill. The Christian Km leaver meeting next Sunday will be led by Mrs. Anna Thomas, the subject being Health Hints for Hotter Hiving. Committees were, chosen at bith churches to look after the entertain ment of guests at the district Sunday school meeting Saturday. Delegates to the county Sunday School convention at South Vernon May LI. were chosen in the Congrega tional church Sunday morning. The May night supper at the Hap tist church was well attended. The supper included escalloped potato, cold ham. salad, hot biscuits, pickles, straw-, berry 'and vanilla ice cream, and cakes. 1 Tl..,' .,l.l.,.. ......... .1.. .l ..-:i. M I 111.- Iili'icis II I'l r ,lo lll,ll-, I I II Mil baskets of arbutus. Appropriate quo tations were written on the iirst page of the place cards, which were fastened with sprigs of arbutus. The enter tainment consisted of readings and so los. About if'S was reli.ed. Are guaranteed to contain more plant food in a better mechanical con dition and of higher agricultural value than any other fertilizers in the world, and they are, therefore, as the New England Honisstcai affirms, "the most economical to use.' Do not be misled into purchasing unknown fertilizers of uncertain value, but buy Bradley's Fertilizers, which have grown large crops of superior grass, grain and vegetables, on thousands of farms all over New England for 50 years. Among their leading brands are: BRADLEY'S SUPERPHOSPHATE HradL-y's Superphosphate, the pioneer of the fertilizer industry i'l the Pnited States, hns been more extensively used than any other brand of fertilizer in the vyorhl. From its unvarying quality and uniform condition it his gained the name that more 'plainly bespeaks the estimate in which it is hel l among the farmers than volumes of praise. "the Old I.YJiable." BRADLEY'S POTATO MANURE For Growing Smooth. Sound Fotatocs of the Ecst Quality Without Barn yard Manure. I'radlev "s Potato Manure is in m si-hm- : 1 heoi experi mental mixture, but is prt oared from formula- which repented fie! I te-s have proven w ill product' the laigesi cl'iq of -ivo.,) h. -nund potatoes. Tlx- ouiveisMl tesiimony of leading. f;ni:u-is is eon i lei t-g I', at it gives the best of s;i t is f jtct inn . and ;i a e..uidei able raving iii t mer many of the high priee'd sperial "potato manures" whose alleged ie ill i tie combination i their j-iiii'dpal i-l iim to the l ui-iei ' pa ! i image. BRADLEY'S COMPLETE MANURES l'or rotators epd Vegrlabloj Jr Corn anr! rstin Fur 'TfqvDrjriw; Oriss: and C! rr in with tn Per Cent t'nt-arJi. Tii. nniiiiii", ni t h- li'le t and mod iitrat.-- f. j 1 1 j ,-- r :old, as li:o b.-eii a bit ip l.i nt I v proven l.v a-tiial ie:e!(: hi i ho lid i. l he are ma nil 1 a I nr--d irom ihe v cry be t plant food iiii!ii,:iI- obtainable, cuibined in such lotin ami proportions a- long practical e pei ieii.-.- ha; proven will yield Ibe Ingest ciops of the !-( .piilily. Send to lis for lilielv 1 1 1 lof t ;i t e. 1 pamphlets, .jest rtl i ng' all of Iheir brands. ;iud let lis quote y on prices on ad of those u ne ppi 1 b-. lei tili.ers b.efore purchasing elsewhere. ALLEY GRAflN Flat Street, Brattlcboro WE MAKE A SPECIAL SHOWING OF I awn ers At the Ohio State Kxperiment Sta tion ;it Wooster, the crops have av eraged, for a term of years, about twice as much lo the acre as the usual vield of all grain fields in Ohio. THIS WEEK, AT PRICES RANGING FROM 32.50 io S14.00 each Our regular line is the Coldwell Make, made in all sizes and many different grades, from the small hand mower to Hcrse and Auto Mowers. We have a few odd mowers of Granite State and Philadelphia make that we are closing out at mark-down prices. We show these in our window. ROBBINS & COWLES Hardwaremen Reformer Classified Ads. Bring Good Results DOiNGS OF THE VAN LOONS THAT t-3 COAL fc ', VI' A 1I KINDS BARROWS &. CO. Ner th Brldft iviomer always seems x,o nave a uammer lor atnerFs Dnmant 3cncme MM CilftNT INTELLPtT 1 5EN AT WORK ,VMD VWUH r l's AT Wpoi, VMf. PRO - I "BLBM ' I ilAVB A, W&V ( TO "AVt a. ;.'Ptt FlAf I A!B AT MOT A Fr S , 1 IT'S THIS AsTm, THE R6A-S0M WE. UAV HA TRoORig. M dr-TT'NC 5CM&THINC SUiTALF J oo MMILV rt; AC-i cr s. . rr t1 tET ws WAIT AWHILE ? C "riAT WiLt Mkc -MP lESS 'THEI ACTE.H THAT WE'LlL O r n ... nc VJb. , . . .A r"-"s TO wee in -rut -.0yM-tv , and UN c-i it ,Jr5 AT'5-PA:Tf,iii.y Cri My Motme to tap. up REilpENCt cifwucct' THfN yi-V 5& MAVWi.' tiy yu AM& t amo rue. PPMSe. WITH El sF. r . - t 2? 1" I v j&ivm'mt 1 wmE. CAM ifeT A iaeti. iVMt mku vvcK Ap VE CA.N Ur. ot.. HAVt. IM CCMMtCTICH IP VU Frtt-l-OW ME TM.T IS THE OfcJFCTfOM If BRBV AND Ms2&l J.JiKOW VP TO As I. 1 yn..N(; MAAJ amD A Vot'Wt I Iiam "rHiTofcifi:Tio7 r-vecoMfc ' till THf Y CjVOW OP C . 1 I I It S-ri I 'KGLU) ! I TU4T T-ur lS A. -OMrttTE 1 1ST or- A.wyTM,wc. y0,t KLATS,TtRRAtt-t ',-i'.,0' M L