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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER, SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 1014.
WHAT $10 DID FOR THIS WOMAN The Price She Paid for Lydia E.Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound Which Brought Good Health. Danvillo, Va.-" I have only eprnt ten A.ll-rar.n vrmr medicine and I f.-el so much better than I did when the doctor was treating me. I don't suffer any bearing down paina at all now and I sleep well. I cannot say enough for Lydia 11. I'iiikham's Vegeta ble Compound and Liver Villa as they have done so much for me. I am enjoy ing good health now and owe it all to j :iur remedies. I take pleasure in te!l ii.g my friend; and neighbors about lhem."--r'r. Mattik Haley, 501 Col jhone Street, Danville, Va. No woman suffering from any form r f (V:;...! tmuMeS should lose hope un til !'!' Ii.i-; g'ven Lydia R. I'inkham'a ; '.al.h? ('orn pound a fair trial. '1 !! fr.'Tu.us remedy, the medicinal i -i g r die u t s of v.l ich are derived -ra r...!i.i' roots and herbs, has for i rty ye;irs proved to be a most valua I ' to' ic ;.:h1 invigorator of the fe- i .!, .gur.i:--m. Women verywhero I . .. a:.:' t'-stimony to the wonderful '. .!.'. i .y !iu 11. i'inkham's Vegeta- I ( m; .ound. f f ys.ii ..it (In slightest doubt 1". ;! !,..:;. i I). iMuMiuni's Vegfta .:, 'ni'ijouiMl ill lj'tj you, writ o t I . , (I i.i E Mi olv lia in .Icli-ifi(Jo. ( iilial ) Lynn, Iuss lorail- . . Votir letter will 1' iiit'rf, it. ;tl ;mi'I ;insvT I by si .ii;m, iirul iiuhl in strict uoiiluleiu'C. Floor Brushes $1.00 to $2.50 Wire Clothes Pins 10c dozen AL WOOD 38 Mala Street IKONMONGKU Professional Cards DE. HENRY TUCKER. Kcshlnncp. 12 Oroe Hi.; telephone, Otlice, l.eonunl block. Hours, 1.30 to 3, and 7 to rt. Telephone. 29 W. O. K. ALDKICII, a. 3u, 7 to rt. oni.-H M. D. Ohone lfi Hours, 12.30 to "j- 1 : house 1 C.Vi. THOMAS RICE, M. D. Offlee and residence ovr V i-rniofit Ravines P.ank. Hours, 8 to 9 a ui., 1 to 3 and 7 to 8 p. m. Da. W jANE. Ollicc and rcHidence, 32 No. Main St. Uftice boars: Mornings until tf; afternoons until 2.30; eveuiuKS until ti. Telephone, 430. DR. O. B. HUNTER. Williston Block, over ticntt's Kracery. 'lllice liours: 1 to 3 p. m., 0.HO to v. ui. Uesideuce. West ltr:ii t le Ijoro. DR. II. P. GREENE, rnysician and Surgeon. Office, Bank block. liours: 8 to J a. ui., 1 to 3 and 7 to rt . In. Residence, 83 til ten hi. Tab-phono eoiinections. 0. R. ANDERSON, Surgeon' and Physician. fcurjery a specialty. Ollice and resilience. Brooks House, rtrt Main Kt Hours until lo a. 01. : 1 to 2.30 ami ti t rt V. in. 'I'hone, 246. DR. K. R. LYNCH. Surgeon. Oflice, 1'ark bldg., rooms 1 and 3, tel. ;I0, otlice hours until 9 a. in., 1 to 3 niul 7 lo p. in.; A1ilro8e hospital tel. 201, ! to lo a. m.; remdence 14 1 Canal St., tel. 177; Sundays by appointniciit only. B. E. WHITE, M. D. ((lenerul Practitioner). Uiti.e rooms, 4 ami ti, Ooshy bb.ck. Hours: a to V a. m 1 to 3 niul 7 to rt p. m. Kesi di urn. 2) Urove HI. Teh phone. 717. JORDAN li SON, Optometrists, 1 KUiot St. HpecialiHts in the em Tectum ot defective vis ion. Kxamiiiation, 0 to 12 a. in., 1.30 to 5 p. ru. Kveuinns, Monday and Saturday, 7 to 9. Appointments at your convenience. Tel.. 83 M. DR. A. I. MILLER, Hooker block. Brattle bo r;OtBeilmrslitcil. 1 to 2. 0.30 to 8. DR. C. O. WHEELER, Osteopathic Physician, 10 Crosby block. Otlice hours: 10 to 12 a. m., 'I to 4 p. in. Oth.-r hours by appoint ment. Telephone connections. 9 Spruce St. DR. GRACE W. BURNETT. Physician and Burgeon, Market block, Elliot St. Ollice Lours: 8.30 to 9.30 a. ic , 1.30 to 2.30 and 7 to H p. m. Telephone. 714 W. W. R. NOYE3, M. D., Eye. Ear, Nose and Tl.roat. 9 to 12, 1 to f, Wednesday and hmur.lny evenings. Other hours and Sundays by appointment. Appointments for ehisses tit ling madn by mail or 'phone. American l'.l.lij. DR. 0. S. CLARK, Dentist. Whitney block. Brattleboro. Telephone. 511-3. JOHN E. GALE, Attorney At Law, Guilford. Vt. Telephone. 302. HASKINS ft SCHWENK, Attorney! and Counsellors at Law. Bralth-horo. Vt. VBANK Rixirn 7. E. BARBER. Attorney Oontiy liluck. Hrattleboro. at Law. KOBKKT K.'im 1. C. BACON, Attorney at Cilery Huil.lin?, Brat tlehnro. Law. O B. HUGHES. Lawyer. Telenhone. 225-M. OILMAN & HELYAR. Surveyors and Con tracting; Engineers. Tel. Hss-W. or 302-W. 0. 0. BILLINGS, recently Firm Assistant Comnii'i..ner of l'ntents, Solicitor and Attor rey in 1'atent Hnil Trade Mum Cases. Sey mi'iir. Sevninur. Metrralh A- Hillings, 71 Rdwv, v vrit; M.-djll I'.lde.. WiiKliiiict.m. 1). 6. i W EDGETT ft CO.. Real Estate and In yectniont: Notary Public, (il Main St. NARROWS CO., Wholesale and Retail l)rler In Coals of all kinds. Office, 6 Main St nrill-hcro. MOHAN ft CO.. "c..l.r Vine Sr.4 2. Undertakers,. Brattldioro. 1 Vt. Main Ht ESTABLISIIEiJ 1E70. Exclusive Undertaking BOND &. SON REGISTERED EM B AI.MER8. MF., 1724. Vt., 27 28. N. II. 220. Eeaaouatils Prices. Cor.-ect 8ervlce Autos la Bcasoii. JtjL. 244 W. BEATXIXiiO&O, VI. i - 1 1 t NORTHFIELD, MASS. ..... ' Th"lts bpganto run in the Oonnec ticut river through Northfiehl Tuesday. Miss Jlt'lfii (riMtdfll of Chicago is viit'ing tin- family of K. 1'. Howard. Miss Mils''! Field is with Mr. am! Mrs. Arthur Molten for the present. Frank Hunt of Orange vas in town this week on business anl visited Mrs. Martha Maskell. The Misses Callahan returned Mon day to Moston arol Miss Kllon went with them for a visit. (J. . Kidder took a large party to Mawler's theatre, (Ireenlield, Saturday '"s anT.mmiule bus. Mr. and Mis. Walter M. Molten of I'iti hlaug isited at .lames tind Mer leit liidton's over Suilav. hva and Knda Morse, who have been living with relatives in Worces ter, liave returned to Xorthfield. The i range hehl a meeting Tuesday eeiiinr. after their summer reeess i my maoe .ians ior a visit on Vernon (i range Sent. Ivev. .1 nil ti I homas will preach in the Auditorium Sunday morning and even mg. Services will be resumed at the l iiitarian chui li Sunday, Sept. I he Sundav si-liool picnic of the Con gregational ( hun h was held Thursday and all went to Forest Lake, JV. M. most of them going by automobile. Signs have been diced at both ends of Schell blidge notifying the imblii ot a fine (rt !fj for all driving horses across the blidge faster than a walk. .mis. .eison iamorie or lolraiu is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Frank Mai ness. Mrs. Meunett of Jackson, Vt ' also is a guest ot her niece, Mrs. Har ness. Charles II. Webster, representative lrom tins district, goes each Tuesdav to Moston to report on the recess com mittee. Mrs. Webster accompanies him in their automobile. Mr. am! Mrs. Mames of Westminster were guests this week of Mrs. .1. A. Stebbins. at John Fisher's. Mrs. J. A. Ktebbiiis Sll 1 1 . 1 1 i IK is si.eiidiiiLr a few davs a t : lake, near Mount Monadno. k. ! Mr. and Mrs. I . F. Howard, with their family, go to Wa I li ngf or. I, Vt., Thursday To be away until Thursdav. While there they will attend the wed ding of their nice. Miss Katherine Si-i i 1 1 nor. The Atlanta uuiversitv ciuartet srave an excellent concert in the Auditorium 1 Monday evening. There was a large audieuci- and a silver collection was taheu to help coloi.-d students iii the li ni ersity. h't-v. John Mcliowell of Newark, . .1., gave an illustrated lecture in the Auditorium Wednesday evening on Life lu the Mines. Mr. Mcliowell was a miner in his boyhood and speaks from hi own experience and observation. I'rof. I-'. L. Duley received a cable gram from 1'riiicipal 1'. K. lickinou that he and his family sailed fiom Havre, France. Saturday, August (n The steamer r spa age ami voii. lie in New York August :.'!. None of others who went to Furope for summer have been heaid from sine due the the the opening of the war. b'ev. ( '. V. Foreman, who has live.: in town the pat vear with his familv leaves Saturday t'or San Francisco, 'al. He will sail Saturday. Sept. .", for India, to resume his missionary work.j M i Foreman will rrmniu in town for the pit-sent. Miss Margaret will at-j tend the seminary, Miss - oremau wilh atteiol a school lor missions in Hart ford. Two sons are in Mount Hermou, one in Pennsylvania uuiversitv and two in a t'anadian uuiversitv. WHITINGHAM. Mr. and Mrs. I '.ax ter Newell oi Wolhis toii. Mass.. are v isiting fi lends ami lela tives in town. Miss Dura Cross and I!utli (iuodnow came home last week from their w.uk in Northampton and I irat t leboi o. A party of A. K. Spencer's friends en joyed a clam bake at his lode this week. 'I'heie were about :'.." initel gaests. ilham li. tl lies sold his tanii last week to parties in (Ileenlield and has bought I lie old Farnsw oilh place, lately owned and occupied by doe Lallemme. Ib-v. Nathan 1). Sherman. !C, the old est man of this town, died at his home at Sherman Station last week. The tuneial was hehl in the home Saturday. MARLBORO. Mr. and Mrs. Ceoige Vivier . lh. alias's Sundav. were at .T. Miss Pose of Ames hill will simr in the chinch Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Halliday of Williamsville weie guests of Mis. .1. !'.. Thomas Sun day. A large number of the fi iends from Ames hill attended the sale and supper Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Adams and daughter of Cill, Mass., and Mr. ami Mrs. Fverttt lohnsoii and daughter of Coliain weie guests of Mr. nd Mas. K. P. Adams Sun day. The I'tith annual announcement of the Valley fair is out for Sept. 24. I'.v ei v live fanner w ould do well to attend, see the herds of cattle anl products of the Li fiu there on exhibition. He surely would return with a new inspiration for is work. DOINGS OF THE VAN LOONS 7s AWFULLVj yoyfts U VEMl- , iTUESi IMuTPN AN:ELmL oh! MRpiK-VW U0N'. AM REPRESENT INV gECOMiNCr.r sTVNNlNC.r (BE "NOBODY AR0WN0 fou r'-rl fVOU Too VA 'A J1) THB. CATEiRiNC; L hJrC ' 7 : 1 "i 1 1 THOUGHT" VNikKVBPlJ - - -' - " ' 1 ' " imi.' mi n. iii.hi..iii.i.ii.i.i.i.jih. 11 1 -.-rx-im- .1, SERVED IN DEFENSE OF UNION No. 37 Kittredge ' Haskins Tuesday, Sept. 1, Amasa T. Eddy Col. Kittredge Haskins, former con gressman, present postmaster of Mrat tleboro, attorney, former municipal court .judge, and a man who has held at various times most of the offices within the gift of his townsmen as well as several within the gift of the voters of the county and state, was an officer n the I'nion army, but owing to an in-; v was ob i"ed to resi"n tiom active . service before tin remment ot which lie was a member saw actual fighting, Later he served for several years as civilian employe in the quartermaster's department of the state. Kittredge Haskins was born in Dov er, April x. l.v'it;, a son of Asaph and Amelia (Ward) Haskins. He came of lighting stock for his great-grandfath- r, grandfather and father served re- t . - spect i veiy in the French war, the Revo- bitionary war md in the War of 11:2. He was educated in the public schools of his native town and by a private tutor and began the study of law in the office of Shaffer Ac Daveniiort in Wilmington, bar of Wim Me was admitted to the am countv April 14, 1X.1X, . ami entered immediately into a co partnership with t'harles X. Davenport :it Wilmint'ton This partnership was .lissolvod in the Haskins moved spring ot I so i ami .vi r. to Williamsv ille and ipenod a In Ail" law otlice there. ust, lM'i'J. Mr. Haskins enlist ed as a private in i'oinpany T, H'dli ViTinont regiment, at Williamsv ille. He was elected and commissioned a short time later tirst lieutenant of the company. The regiment organized at I'.rattleboro, going into camp here Oct. It was mustered into the Fnite.l States service Oct. Lieut. Haskins was appointed acting regimental adjutant while the regiment was in camp at Camp Vermont, near Washington, ami later was acting quar termaster of the regiment. He was post adjutant to (Ion. L If. Stoughton, who was for a time in command of the L'd Vermont brigade, of which the H'.th regiment was a part. It was while serving as quartermaster of the regi ment that Lieut. Haskins was injured while lifting a heavy case in the fall of lsjiL', which finally compelled him to re sign from the service in March, ISl'i:!, because of disability. After his discharge he moved to Krnttlel.oro and was appointed a civil ! employe in the otlice of the assistant .quartermaster of volunteers, doing duty . . ,i ! . .1. til 1 here and in I'.urnngron, ;t. .vioans ami Mnntpelier. He was appointed and commissioned captain of Company 11, l'Jtli regiment. Vermont militia, and in lsi;;i was appointed aide-de-camp with the rank of colonel on the stall' of (!ov. Peter T. Washburn. Col. Haskins has been a justice of the pence since with the exception of the eight years he served in Con gress and in addition to that he has held many important offices. He was state s attorney ot Windham county in 1x712 and Fnite.l States attorney for the district of Vermont from October, lSli. to .Inly. s.s7. Politically Col. Haskins started in life as a Heinocrnt, but at the breaking out of the Rebellion he became a sup eorter of President Lincoln and since then has been an ardent Republic:! n. He representee! P.rnt t hdioro in the state legislature in 1S72.1. lSiMi-7 nd in VERNON. Miss Minnie Cooper guest of Miss H.iby W Mr. and Mrs. A. W spent SumlaV at 1?. H. f I'.rattleboro is a ight. Akley of (uilfoi.l Newton's. 1 iss Tina St reefer and Elialx-lli Streeter spent Wednesday in (Jreenlield. ls. llrvant Washburn of Kaeine. Wis., was a week-end guest at Maple'rov e farm. Mrs. W. L. 1 1 times of Fiteliluiri. "Mass., is a truest of her cousins at the Ahmo Steliliins home. Mrs. Alliin Steldiins and daughter, 11 lit li. of Fitchliurn are quests at the home of ( L K. Stel.hins. Mrs. W. K. Tyler left Thursday for a few days' visit with Mrs. Jessie Metealf in South Xewfane. Lev. Inn . h I). I-:. Trout will preae.n in t nion Mindav at . i. in. Sundav school at '2. All welcome at Loth services. The ' : ' " . - t "r V v v it' in lSOS-0, and Windham county in the senate in lSOU-.s. At the special war session of the legislature in May, 180S, he was speaker of the house, also at the regular session in October of that year. Me was elected to Congress from the second congressional district in 1000 and served continuously in that bodv until March 4, P.ioO. During his long period -i n ( ongress he served on se.veral chairman important committees, oein; oi tne war claims committee ami a member of both the committee on agri culture and the committee on labor. Jb was faithful and painstaking in his worK ami won tne oeeii regard ot his associates, regardless of party. While in Congress he introduced the bill for a federal building in Mrattle boro, for which an appropriation has been made, and he has patiently and continuously followed the matter along and is almost constantly in communica tion with some official of the govern ment regarding it. ! liesidos these elective offices lie has held numerous other positions of re sponsibibty. in January, iv.u, he was appointed by the governor one of th commissioners To establish, m coniunc- tion with a similar commission on the part of the state of Massachusetts, a between the two ooundary monument states. On December 1, l!HO, the governor appointed him judge of the municipal court of I'.rattleboro, succeeding Judge I K. W. Cibson. That position he held Jess than two months, resigning to ac cept the post mastership of Hrattleboro, for which position he was recnmmeml ' ed by his successor in ('ongress, Frank I'lnmley. j As he has been prominent in the po litical fit Id of the town, state and na tion, so has he been prominent in the Masonic fraternity. He is a .Tld de- gree Mason and is one of the oldest members of the fraternity in the state. having been May. ls.iT. made a Master Mason in He has held nearly all of the offices in the subordinate lodges and is a member of the York and Scottish Rites bodies. He been grand, mas ter, grand high priest and grand com mander of tine Mate grafhl bodies and lieutenant commander of the Vermont consist in y. He has been a member for years of Sedgwick post, . A. ti., and is a mem- b r of Protective (I range. His l'elig iou.s affiliations are with the Kpisropal church ' and he has 'been prominent fn St Michael's Koiseopar church of Bratth-boro. lie has long been ,n von trvnii'ti of the church and 'is at present senior warden. He hns been very con stant in his attendance upon the con ventions of the diocese as a delegat from his parish and was elected as- one of the lay: deputies by the diocesan convention to the general convention of the chur. h, which met in Chicago, 111., in 1S(. again in the citv of New York in p"S), and in Haiti m ore,' Md., in ls2. ' ' Col. Haskins married. July L 1800. Miss Fsther Maria Childs. daughter of Mii: Adna T. "and Hannah (Ltimb) Childs, One child, .loiin Ailnn, was lior.n to them, who lived less than two years. Mrs. Haskins died Jan. L", liili. following a shock which she sus tained the precodinp-" Xovomber, His present wife , was Mis'Maiid Arvilla .lane Fbrtore of Dorchester, Mas. I n i v in ' I 'rsaljst state convention will TieMield iiittt.-lioTo Aujr. "1 and Sept. "1, and :V M,iss Maude . T.evvis of Hartford, Conn., is Kpeiidinij a few weeks with her sister, Mrs. M.ii.,r I'luttertleld. Nlrs. Hal t ie 1'. VesLitt is employed in I'.rattlelioi.y Her d.nmhter, " ( iladys. is with her cousin. Miss Francos Powers. Mr. ami Mis. (J. K. StehLins 'amj. Al bert Doolittle, !r. and Mrs. P.. A. Streeter and ITattie Johnson spent Sun day at Forest lake. ... Mrs. M. T. I'eed aceomjiaiiied her grand children. Marshall Foster Heed and Vir ginia Heed, to their home in Xevv York city Friday and remained for a Rhoit visit. Of about 1 ,-11 10,000 pounds of caviare obtained each year by the Astrakhan fisheries, approximately 7" per cent is exported. HINSDALE, N. H. Observed Fortieth Anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Jeremiah Duggan oh- served the 4Uth anniversary of their marriage at their home Sundav. A,,,,'nt in Grange hall, Dumnierston Cen bounteous dinner and supper 'were ter- Thursday evening, Sept. 3, at S served to .".0 guests, including children o'clock, when Miss Doris Humphrey of and grandchildren. A orettv feature i v was the cutting of a large wedding eake w hich bore the dates of 1847-1014. t f' Mr. and Mrs. Duggan were presented , M a purse of money, being a gift 0f . their children I Mr. and Mrs. Duggan were married lrl Brattleboro and have lived in this town .1 , I A- . . a. -.1 MliMI are living: Mrs. Frank Finn, Timothy 'i ... ' o . - t . a ir. a. . m i . Mayhew of Moston, Mrs. John ; Mannis . of this town. .ns. oir nifu it-nv ui I tj rn,... a 4 i-tir-ii. , , , r. Claremont and William, John and Fran- cis ot this town. There also are 14. granule hi Id ren The public schools will open Tues day, Sept. 8. Harold Merrit of Hoston was at home over Sundav. Albert Champagne was in Claremont Hundav with relatives. Mrs. Mildred Clarke spent Sunday :it her home in .Alstead. Thursday was the last half-holiday for the stores this summer. Miss lsadore Amidon of Hookset Heights is visiting relatives in town. Several from here attended the Ked Men's clambake in Swanzey Sunday. I . and O. i.. Koliertson were in Albany, N. V., last week on business. O. H. Cooper, who spent the summer in Maine, has returned to his home here. Mr. and Mrs. Wheaton of Concord, Mass., were guests of L. L. Stearns re cently. Mrs. Maude (lilmore of Westboro is visiting at the home of Mrs. N'ellie Worden. A large number of logs have been put through the sluiceway at the dam this week. Miss Marion Sprague has gone for a week's visit in Xorthfield, Cill and Hernardston. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Preston of Hol- voke were week-end tniests of Miss Cora Dexter. V. I. Lyman has been filling a week s engagement with a band at Lake Pleasant. 1 lie Knitting- eiut and triends held a picnic at W . O. J. Martin s larm Wed nesday afternoon. Mrs. K.ilph Wood of Ashulelot is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. (). ! '. Hobertson. Mr. and Mrs. It. M. Langworthy and Miss Lamoille Langworthy have gone to Littleton to visit relatives. Harold Hrown, who was with his brother, l)r. 11. L. Hrown, severa mouths, has gone to Franklin. (ieorge Waterman has finished work in the u. I . KoOertson paper mill and gone to his home in Hernardston. About 2.") tickets for the fish am! game dinner at Silverdale, Spotlord lake, Thursday wore sold in this town N. H. Hallar.l of Harre, Vt., has joined his family here, who have been spending several weeks at Newton Stearns s. , Mrs. W. F. Robertson, Avho lots been in a hospital in New IVork receiving treatment lor an eye. trouble, Ls much improved. v , . ' ; F. C. Sargent,-who went to Henuing toti, V t ," for medical " treatment, is much improved and is expected home Satu rdav. Cam in laiie numbers have been moving up stream iu the Ashuelot river. coming it is thought, from the (,'onnei';' tout river. Edwin V. Yotiujr, the new pritici-ji.nl of the high.' school, with his wife ar rived here last week. He has leased the tenement in Mrs. Ida V. H or ford's house. . Miss Elizabeth and Miss .Madge' and Harold Hruce have returned home af ter a week V visit with relatives in Holvoke, Spiiniilield and Amherst. Mass. . ' Key. and Mrs. ('. H. Temple and two children vtll retui'n to -their home in Levvisou; "Me., 'Tuesday after hjiendin several weeks with tlieir parents, Mi and Mih. K. J. Teinple and !r. and Mrs. C. A. (iray. , East Jafl'rey baseball team wijl day the lacals at .Riverside park Saturday al'tenoon and it is expected that the contest will be the best of the sea son, as the visitors have a strong nine. They have won nearly all tlieir games this season and Hnsdale has yet to lose one. " ' The primary voting will be held in the town half Tuesday, Sept I, for all state and local candidates on the tick et for the November election. The most important local otlice to lie filled is that, of town representative, for which there me tvyo, candidates E. J. iTemple, Republican, and O. V. Hobert son, Democrat. . , i Nearly made in toes. 00 per cent of (lernianv eoines the alcohol from pota- Father finds that EAST DUMMERSTON. Pleasing Entertainment Planned. The Ladies' club of Dunimerston K1 11 very attractive entertaiu- n"go w" present a series ot ioik ot all nations, in eostnme. K. - .1L,lle.r, w,u .slt! Sln" -ws- r" 1 ,er ?'ul l:ln't- ice-rream, caKe anu con ee w ii ie on sale. iiumpiirey took part in me .uue ' an.ces " 1,0 .euow-eii rest.va, re- ' '-v f tT.er,"r. Is- J r "e's ,M i . -.. ij-.i.I.. . . k 4 1. . .i l,..diii' ivA a.i O liter of Mrs. Nellie Wells Ilum- T.liriv iv ho was a well-known and pop- icher when lier father, liev. i t 'Moses Wells, was pastor of the Congre- -'national eliurcli j.u this town, before her ,.,..:.... ti.. ,.t mill I nir. 1 Jir lll.il! I irims ill ipui n . r(Mnp11lh(.r tll,.ir 'u :miftnf, thpn. T4. !o ,, , ,.i.,.i .:ii iraw a inn nouse. i ne anair is ninier i 11 i rr i a- . r. J the auspices of the Ladies' club, for their benefit. Miss Patience Wilder is with Mrs. W. F. Walker a few weeks. Hansom H. Laughton has returned from his outing of several days. E. H. Miller went to Townshend Thursday with an automobile party from Hrattleboro to attend an auction. Miss Hlanche Xewton and grand father, T. X. Hoed, attended the baby show Wednesdav in Hrattleboro. Miss Juliette Miller went with them. Mr. and Mrs. E. 11. Mailer and guest, Frank Fairbanks, went Wednesday to Spofford lake to spend the dav, after which Mr. Fairbanks left for Hoston. If taxpayers want the 4 per cent dis count they must bear in mind that Sept 1 is near at hand and make the tax collector, Adin F. Miller, a visit without lelay. Mr. and Mrs. Ceorge A. Sheldon and Miss Hazel Sheldon spent art of the week with M.rs. Jennie Patch, who is entertaining; Mr. ami M i s. 'Currier and son, Wesley Currier, of Xewton, Mass., who came in th!r motor car Saturday Weslev Currier and parents, fr. and Mrs. Currier of Xewton, Mass., Mrs Jennie Patch and Master Lowell Patch jr.. motored luesoay to Kutlaml tor a brief visit with relatives, tftiirnin to spend several davs with Mis. Patch sister of Mrs. Currier. 1 he Ladies club had a pi. visa nt meet ing with a good attendance Wednesday afternoon. The C supper was a success. Each of the toothsome viands had C for its initial letter. The next meeting will be held in the vestry Wednesday afternoon, Sept. !. All are invited. WARDSBORO. Judge and Mrs. H. Watson of M.uit- .1" Mr. and Mis. Fred peliel ai e t he guests lllderwo. id. Mr. and Mis. (Ieorge Edwards of Spring field, Mas.. are boarding at Mrs. Anna Xevveoiuli's a Week. Miss Elizabeth Knapp has returned to Cambridge, after spending; two weeks at Mrs. Anna Xewoomb's. The ladies' aid .society will have a sup per in the town hall Thuisday, Sept. All are eoldially invited. The. A. Z. club will meet with Mrs. W. L. Warren Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 2. Any who wish to ride are leipiested to see Mrs. Priggs. Mrs. Jane Whitney and Miss Hath St teeter of Hinsdale and Mrs. Lula Har ber of Springfield, Mass., uttt the guests of Mr. ami Mrs. H. E. Howard. - Mrs. Hurland Higgins- and. son. Am brose, and the Litter's wife and child of Hiineit visited Mi-s. H iiruiris's sister. Mrs. 5 Fred Cnd ervvood. Satuiilay and Sunday, I ; ,,f t.i- nit.-.,... l.ii.. 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