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JiOcal Lodgc of Odd Fcllows Consu inni.cs Purcluisc of Old Jnll Iluild lng on Elm Strcct from .Tnmcs S. Whnlcn of Burlington Vermont Lodgo, No. .2, of Ortd Fellows has consumatod tho purcliaso of tho bulldlng known ns tho old Jnll ibulldlng whlch stands on Elm stroet opposlto tho pollco Btatlon. Tho objoct of tho purcliaso 11a to proparo a sultaulo club liouso for- tho uiombors of tho organlzation and work wlll bo Tjeguu as soon as nermlsslblc. Tho property wns bought of James S. Wholan of Burl lngton, ownor of tho Strong theatre In that clty, and whllo tho matter ltas been under consldoratlon for sonio little tlmo, tho deal was flnal ly put through Thursday, tho trus' tces of tho socloty, II. A. Bownian, E. R. Clarlc and A. 13. White actlng for tho local'lodgo. Tho ibulldlng ls ono whlch can bo bo easlly adapted to tho uso to -whlch lt is to bo put and tho socloty ls to lie congratulated on securlng a plece of property so woll located for thls purpose. Tho orlginal purchaso prlce pald by Mr Whalen for tho property to tho county, was $5,000, but up to thls tlnie, all offers for tho bulldlng have been rofused, as sev cral local gentlmen havo trled nt tllfferent tlraes to purcliaso lt. Only roccntly tho project of er cctlng a new o'pera house on tho slto was advanced, owing to the fact that tho Blanchards aro seri- ously conslderlng tho plan of tunv Ing thelr theatro into offlco apart ment. It was thought that Mr. Wha len would tako tho chanco of bulld' Ing a flrst class theatro on tho slte, whlch ls admiranly sulted for such n purpose, but thls new transactlon wlll of courso preclude any such proposltlon. The bulldlng ls occupied at pres ent by John P. Goodenough and .Tames Marlon, the former running a boardlng house ln ono part of the liouse. Both these fninllles wlll be glven ample tlmo to secure other apartments, before measures are taken to remodel tho structure for the occupancy of the Odd Fellows, The lodgo has now al)OUt 200 mem'bers and the conditlons were never better than at present for an undertaking of thls klnd, whlch wlll place tho Jodge on a par wlth any ln thls section of the country. OASTORIA. TO ENTER PAHTNEBSHir. L. J. Emmons nnd E. F. Dillon, First Class Maclilnlsts, Will Go Into Buslness ln May, Louis J. Emmons and Ernest F. Dillon wlll enter partnershlp about May 15, locatlng ln what ls known as the Closslo sliop ln tho rear of the Colton works. They wlll do general ropalr work on automoblles, stone shed work, farm tools, lawn mowers, in fact everything in the llne of machinery, and they plan to equlp their shop wlth modern ma chinery. Both Mr. Dillon and Mr. Emmons aro export machluists, havlng start ed in the Lane shops whero Mr. Dillon is ono of tho flrst class work men at tho branch shop on Main etreet. (Mr. Emmons ls employed as master mechanic at tho Colton Mfg. Co. They havo worked ln SLOAN'S HORSE REMEDIES Sloan's Sure Colic Cure has saved thousands of valuable horses. Relieves bloat or cramp colic instantly. Price, $1.00. Mr. L. T. Benson, of Weston. Idaho, wtites: "I have used Sloan's Sure Colic Cure for the last year and a ha!f, and have never seen aiiything its equal. It acts like magic." Sloan's Linlment, Worm Powdcrs, Gall Cure, Fever Remedy, Heave and Cough Powders, and Wart Cure standard are veterinary pre parations, and should be in every stable. Dr. Earl S. Sloan Brookline S., ccr. Albany Bostoa, Mui. 7EBM03TT USE A NEW PERFECTI0N Wiek Bluc Flame Oil Cook-Stove Because it's clean. Because it's economical Because it saves time. Because it gives best cooking re6ults. Because its flame can be regulated instantly. Because it will not over- heat your kitchen. Because it is better than the coal or wood stove. Because it's the only oil stove made with a useful Cabinet Top like the modern steel ranee. For other reasons see stove or wnte our nearest sizes. ooia witn or n The m J a. T v7ff cannot be equaled YfllVfl JLtU-lllJJ for its bright and lJr steady light, timple construction and absolute safety. Equinpcd with latest imnrored burner. Made of brass throughout and beautifully nickeled. An ornamcnt to any room, vrhether library, dining-room, parlor or bedrooni. Write to our nearest agency if not at your dealer's. STANDARD OIL COMPANY (Incorporalcd) Massachusetts and Connecticut and ln clties as far west as Callfornla and have a well grounded experl ence along tho llne with whlch they wlll identlfy themselves when thoy open their new shop next montk. Both are hustllng young men who ought to "mako good.' "I'd BatLcr Dle, Doctor, than have my feot cut off," eald M. L. Blngham of Prlncevllle, 111., "but you'll dle from gangrene (whlch had eaten away elght toes) if you don't," said all doctors. Inslead, ho used Bucklen's Arnlca Salvo tlll wholly cured. Its cures of Eczoma, Fover Sores, Bolls, Burns and Plles astound the world. 5c t C. Blakely's, Geo. E. Sanborn of Northfield. E. F. Leavntt, Plainfield. IlAKltE 1IOARD OF TILVDE. The Fapcrs Harc Been Filed ut hc Secretary of Statc's Offlce. Articles of assoclation havo been filed by the Barre Board of Trade for the purpose of estaTlishlng and maintaining frlendly and social meetings of the citizens of the city of Barre to concentrate their judg ment and Influence in forwarding movements towards posterity. Tho incorporators are: James Mackay, Wllllam Barclay, D. M. Mlles, George Hoyt, X. D. Phelps, Elwin L. Scott, L. lt. Rickert, J. R. Cor skie, J. Ward Carver, E. A. Drown, H. F. Cutler, T. H. Cave, Jr Ho mer C. Ladd, E. O. Kent, W. G. Iteynolds. Up Bcforo tho Bar. N. H. Brown, an attorney of Pitts field, vt., wrltes: "We havo used Dr. Klng's New Llfe Pills for years and flnd them such a gcod famlly medl- clno we wouldn't bo without them." For Chllls, Conatlpation, Blllousness or sick Headache they work wond ers, 25c. at C. Blakely's, Goo. E. Sanborn of Northfield, E. F. Leav Itt of Plainfield. 3IIdaIeburj- College Suinmer Sesslon That Vermont does not propose to remaln behlnd other states in ed- ucatlonal matters is ovidenced by the announcement of Middlebury College of lts Summer Sesslon to be held July Ctli to August 13lh. A faculty of 25 has been secured, and 45 courses wlll bo offered. These wlll not bo conflned to the old llne of academlc instruction, but will lncludo courses ln domestlc scienco nnd household nianagement, physl cal oducatlon, lllustratlvo drawlnc. metal craft, pottery and plastic art, wood carving, eto. Soveral courses in Bibllcal Llterature, Philosophy and Chrlstlan Doctrino will appeal to mlnlsters and Sunday school teachors. In recognitlon of tho ap- proprlatlon made by tho last legls- laturo, tultion wlll bo freo to teach ors of Vermont, and also to clergy- mon of tho state. Tho tultion' for otbers wlll bo $10. Economical "boardlng arrangements, includlng rooms and board for men and wo- mon, ln tho "college dormitorlos, havo been arranged. A speclal fea turo of tho sesslons wlll bo aorles of popular locturos by leadlng odu- cators and othor omlnont men. aiid- dlobury is an ldoal placo for a sum- mor sesslon, and it may ibo honod that tho attractlvoness of Vermont ns a vacatlon rosort wlll becomo moro wldoly known through thls now doparturo of tho collogo. Doan "Waltor E. Iloward ls tho dlroctor of tho sosalon, and has all the ar- rangomenta ln charge. WATOHMAJST & STATE V w at your dealer's, agency. Made in three wnnouc aDinei j. op. ICE ODT OF BERLIN POXD. Last of Icc Left Foud Friday Xight lVllhout Dolug Damngc. Berlin Pond ia at last frea from ice, as the last of the winters crop went out Friday night, without dolng any damage whatever. Thero was, comparatively little ice left after the freshets of a few days ago and what romalned was near the shore, so that thero was small chance that any damage would be dono when It went ovor tho dam. Last year the ice in tho pond went out at about tho sanio time of tho year, and two years ago it re mained untll near the first of May. Six years ago, on March 25th, every vestige of ice was gono from the surface of the pond, owing to an early sprlng, but at that time some little damage was dono to tho saw mill and surrounding property. To MoOicrs In Thls Town. Chlldren who are dellcate, fever lsh and cross wlll get immediate re lief from Mother Gray's Sweet Pow ders for Chlldren. They cleanso the stomach, act on tho Hver, maklng a slckly chlld strong and healthy. - A certaln curo for worms. Sold by all drugglsts, 25c. Samplo FREE. Allen S. Olmstcd, LoRoy, N. Y. B A KEIt CKRISTEXSEy. Mnnied on Frldny, Aprll 2.1rd, Allen II. Ilnkor nnd I)Iua Chrlstcnscu. Allen Harrison Baker and Dina Cliristensen, both of Montpelier, were united ln marrlage on Friday, Aprll 23rd, at the rooms of Jesse R. Smlth on 'Main street, by Justice of the Peace ttlartln IV. Wheelock. Mr. and Mrs. Baker wlll reslde in town, iMr. Baker being employed by the Montpelier and Wells River Co. HANDICAPPED. Thls ls the Case IVIUt 3rany 3Iout peller Pcoplc. Too many Montpelier citizens are handicapped with a bad back. The unceaslng paln causes constant niisery, making work a burden and stooping or lifting an lmposslbllity. The iback aches at night, preventlng refreslilng rest and in tho morning is stiff and lame. Plasters and llnl ments may give reiief but cannot reach the cause. To ellmlnato the palns and aches you must cure the kldneya. 'Doan's Kldney Pills cure sick kldneys and cure them permanenly. Can you doubt Montpelier evidenco? .1. W. T. Washburn, llvlng at 124 Elm 'St., (Montpelier, Vt., says: "I was .annoyed for sorao tlmo foy a dull ncblng through the small of my "back and hips. Wien I aroso from a cha'lr after slttlng for somo time, sharp twinges would shoot through my back. I had lieard a great deal about Doan's Kldney Pills and when I saw them so hlghly advertlsed, I procured n box frora C. Blakely's drug store. Thoy helped me from tho flrst nnd after taklng the con- teilts of ono linv iha hnplrnolin liml ceased nnd I felt better ln every J way. You aro at llborty to uso my namo in a testlmonlal ns I consld or Doan's Kldney Pills an oxcollent romody." Fpr salo by all doalors. Prlco CO conts, Fostor-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, ' Now York, solo agents for the United Statos. Remombor tho name Doan's and take no other. JOLTBffAL, THUESDAT; 1VAS DESPOXBENT., Scleclincn With Whom Hc HH Serrcd Hcld Iuformnl Iiuiuest Ovcr Ihc llody Found by tho Mnll Cnr rlcr ln tho Itoatl Friday Aftcrnoon Despondont over a poor trado he mado ln oxchanglng hls old farm at Cutler Corner in Barre, and being homeslck for tho old plnco, Martln Atchlnson, a respected farmor of Barre town, who would have been 43 years of ago Saturday, commltted sulcldo on Friday aftcrnoon whllo drlvlug from the placo of Ernest Hutchtnson, whero ho is llvlng, to tho home of hls slstor, Mrs. Charles W. Peak. It was hls body that Mnll Carrler O. F. Ayer dlscovered ln tho road near tho resldenco of John McLlaughlin, whilo maklng his trlp on Friday aftcrnoon. Friday morning Mrs. Peak re ceived a telephone messago from her brother, saying that ho had'bor rowed Ernest Ilutchlnson's rifle to shoot crows in tho back pasture. Knowlng that IMartin had been in a rather despondent condtlon for sev rael weeks, hls slster bccamo some what worried over tho news. In stead of shooting crows, Atchlnson hitched up and drlvlng to the spot wliere hls body was afterward found shot hlmself, probably placlng the muzzle of tho gun, a 32 calbre rifle, in his mouth, ns tho upper and back part of hls head wero nadly torn to pleces. Selectmen Fred Sargent and E. L. Aldrich of Barro town held an Informal inquest over tho body of the man they had served with the previous year on tho board ot sel ectmen. llealth Ofllcer E. M. Bailey examlned the 'body and pronounced the death probably a case of sulclde. For several hours tho communlty was stlrred wlth oxcltement over tho affair, as Atchinson was a long time resldent and highly respected by all who knew hlm. Tho position of selectman, whlch had ho had held for some time up to thls year, was about tho only town offlco he had ever held, although he was consld ereil one of the best citizens of the town. The body was taken to the undertaking rooms of B. W. Hooker & Co. Atchinson went Into a lawyer's of flce not a long time ago and It ls said that he expected to be able to sell the place for whlch he traded and whlch he 'did not like. He had nearly closed a trade when It fell through. The decoased was born and reared in Underhill, where most of hls rel atlves now reslde. He had been ln Barre for about 18 years. He leaves two sons, Dayton and Earl, a fa ther and mother, Mr. and 'Mrs. John Atchinsbn, three slsters and a bro ther, Mrs. Hattlo Irish. Mrs. Clias. Metcalf, MIss Carrlo Atchlnson and John, all of whom reslde at Under hill. DOCTOR ADVISED OPERATION CuredbyLydiaE.Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Paw Paw. Mich. " T SlliTfirpH rorri. i oiyiFomiemaienis, lnciuuing limam- mation ana conges tlon. for several years. My doctor sam there wa3 no honfi for m luit- nn operation. I began takinir T.vilk V. Plnkham's "'egeta- uio uompounu, ana I can now say I am a well woman." EmMA DltAl'ER. Another Operation Avoltled. Chlcago, 111. "I want women to know what rlmr: wnmlorfnl maillntno Lydia E. Pinkharn's Vegetable Coml nnitml linn 1 n i ,n rt . I'uuuu, iiua uuuu lui me. i wu OI lUO iest doctors in Chicago said I would dJo If I did not havo an operation. and I never thought of seelng a well day again. I had a small tumor and femalo troubles so that I suffered day and night. A friend recommended Lydia E. Pinkharn's Vegetable Compound, and it mado me a well woman." Mrs. Alvena SrERLma, 11 Langdon St, Chicago, 111. Lydia E. Pinkharn's Vegetable Com pound, made from roots and herbs, has proved to bo tho most successful remedy for curing tho worst forms of femalo ills, includlng displacements, inilammation, flbroid tumors, irregu larltles, periodic pains, barkache, bear. ing-down feeling, llntulency, indiges tion, and nervous prostration. It costs but a trille to try it. and the rcsult has beeu worth millions to manv suHering women- ECZEMA cured bjr PURIFf INA IN'Y Dnice'ut CAN supply you. Sc. slic Vrec. vh.t mrriui vtoati purifina. New ror cn PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM Clftnat auil tctutinct tba hIr, lromotti a luxutitnt frruwUu Hmver J'aiU to Iteitoro Orty 11 ir to lt Youthful ColorT Curo wlp disfaai Uur laJliuE. APEIL 29, 1909 Takc It Internally Tlif tf ln't comth. cold, sore-thront or otlier iironrhUl ilUoriter t hat will not taccnpib nulcklr to the rurattte proportieft ot JOHNSON'S It' mro cnre tho flrit few rtropg on n of ugr wlll makftToti reel liftlcr. If tou Yiuinim. coiic, rnoiern niormm or iliarrimA ii in naM-iPaflpoonuu nonrn cures juii m koou ror itu ouuiae acnea and Onirsn(fif nnilrr FaaiI ini Drnrt Afl, JaBS0, H.rlil timWr filS. 25 2ni SO ctnlt a bolllt lt all drugglsls. 1. S. JOHNSON & CO Doslon. RESIWATIOX ACCEl'TED. Dr. E. J. Wrlght Will I.cnvc Hls Work on July 9. At a meetlng of tho loard of the Unltarlan church Friday night, tho board accepted tho reslgnatlon of Rov. Edward J. Wrlght, D. D., and elected. hlm Tiastor. omerltus. Dr' Wrlght's reslgnatlon takes place on July 9 and the executlve commltteo are lnstructed to obtaln a new pas tor. STATE OR OHIO, CITY OF TOLE DO, LUCAS COUNTY. ta. Frank J. Chcnoy makes oath that he ls senlor partner of tho flrm of F. J. Cheney & Co., dolng buslness In the Clty of Toledo, County and State aforesald, and that said flrm will pay tho sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and overy case of Catarrh that cannot bo cured by tho uso of Hall's Catarrh Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and Bubscrlb ed in my presence, this 6th day of December, A. D., 188S. A. W. GLEASON. (Seal.) Notary Publlc. Hall's Catarrh Cure ls taken Inter nally, and acts dlrectly on tho blood and mucous surfaces ot the system. Send for testlmonials free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by all Drugglsts, 75c. Tako Hall's Famlly pills r constl patlon. 3IRS. .TOXES DIES. Succumlied on Friday lo Terrllile Uurns Ilecelvcd a Weck Ago. Was DcTotcd (o Her Home Llfe. Mrs, Katherlne Jones, wlfe of Joseph Jones, died at one o'clock Friday morning at her home, 4 Peck Place, from burns recelved a week ago, when her clothtng ignlted from a bonfire whlch she had klnd led on her lawn. Little hope was held out to her famlly from the flrst, owing to the very nature of her injuries, but her constitution battled with death for an entire week, although, at frequent inter vals, lt seemed as If she could sur vlve but a few hours longer. She had been in a seml-stupor within a day or two of her death, arousing at intervals and recognlzing niein bers oi! her famlly, but she grew ropidly weaker towards tho end. Mrs. Jones was 4S years of age, the daugliter of 01r. and Mrs. Joseph Slattery and had always llved ln Montpelier, acquiring by her happy dlsposltion and cheerful outlook, a largo and constantly widenlng circle of friends, who mourn her untimely death. She marrled Joseph Jones, who ls employed by the Montpelier FEMALE FILOSOPHY I cannot understand this whinlng and walling among women for the ballot. As I said last week, any wo man of sane impulse can attaln al most anything she desires if she is inslstent upon lt, but I question tho advisability of the disturbances and confusions whlch, sprlnglng up ln English soil, have spread, ln a modified manner, to America and have even Invaded the preclncts of this stald old state. I question the advisability of the blennial excur sions to tho halls of the Vermont leglslature, a pilgrimmago taken by a group of well-groomed, intelligent women who do not, as they claim, represent the wlshes ot the feralnine cult of the entlro state. I flrmly bo Heve that the woman's suffrage ques tion stood as good a chanco of pas sago wlth tho late lamented legslla turo of 190S-9 ns it ever has stood or, posslbly, may again stand with any august assemblage under tho goldon domo. A body ofmen who made a farce out of so many sorl ous thlngs, nilght, although lt did not occur, havo made a serious thlng out of a farce. For that ls tho man ner in whlch tho paternal leglslature treats tho suffrage chlld. It waxos facotlous, it does the gallant, or lt mlngles Irony wlth stlnglng sar casm, nccordlng to whethor Its marrled or batcholor, and, If the former, how long it has been wed ded, but man Is a queer anlmnl and wo must chango our tactlcs com pletoly, My Aunt 'Mnrtha says that tho only way that sho Qver got anythlpg out of her husband waa to-moko hlm thlnk tUat sho tlldn't want It, nnd a local famlly whom I knovr, Arc You Sublcct 1o Headache? rerliapg your llypr Is to lo tli pror t.llrh all the time bjr laklng ivn tnu k(tp ii nn ISrso'Xfiils luinp linvn tftkf plll a tlny (or nwMlo wlll ilo worolers for you, They qulM.iy, palns. lDofl, nro muu m action, yci nnr. IlrlRlit eyrs, clrar skln, unoyant splrlU rcsult. Try uiein. Mnss. 2Sitnll ll dfugjjfj. and Wells Rlver rallroad shops, and two chlldren wero born to them, .1. Harold and Margaret, both of whom reslded wlth their parents. She is survivcd by her husband and chlldren, three slsters, Mrs. Wllllam. S. Choate viml Mrs. Margar et Roakes, both of thls clty, and Mrs. Mary Ilandlon of Bristol. One brother, Thomas Slattery of Hul) bardton, survives her, another liro ther, Patrlck, having died In 1900. Mrs. Jones was promlnently Iden tlfled wlth St. Augustlno's church, and took an actlvo part ln church work, and was wrapped up ln her home llfe, an Idenl wlfe and mother, whose unexpected and early death 'brlngs sharp grlef to her famllaaw and to many people outslde her inrP medlate circle, as well. The funeral servlces wero held from St. AuKitstlne's church on J Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock wlth Interment in the Catholic cemetery. Mr. F. G. Fritts, Oneonta, N. Y wrltes: "My little glrl was greatly benefltted by taklng Foley's Orlno Laxative, and I thlnk lt is the best remedy for constlpatlon and Hver trouble." Foley's Orino Laxative ls best for women and chlldren, as lt ls mlld, pleasant and effectlve, and ls a splendld sprlng medlcine, as 14 cleanses the system and clears the complexlon. Sold by all Drugglsts. 3IUS. 3IURPHY 1)1 ES. Slsler-hi-Iaw of Mrs. James Barrctt of This Clty, Passed Atvay In Bur iiugion. Mrs. John C. Murphy, whose crlt ical illness in Mary Fletcher hospl tal, Burlington, has tbeen noted in thls paper, died Friday. Twins were uorn to Dr. and Mrs. Murphy several days ago and her condltlon was very critical. Dr. Murphy is a brother of Mrs. James Barrett of this city, and Mrs. Barrett was in formed Friday of her slster-ln-law's death. Both Dr. and Mrs. Murphy were acquainted locally. The funeral took place from the home of her parents wlth ser vlces at St. Mary's cathedral, at two o'clock Sunday afternoon. A Re quiem mass was sung on Monday morning at tho cathedral. DurJng the sprlng veryone would be benefltted by taklng Foley's Kld ney Remedy. It furnlshes a needed tonlc to the kldneys after tho extra straln of winter, and It purlfles the blood by etimulatlng tho kldneys, and causing' them to elemlnate tha lmpurltles from lt. Foley's Kldney Remedy impavts new llfe and vlgor. Pleasant to take. Sold by all Drug glsts. met an Impassable barrier to their wishes for this or that improvement or change in household arrange ments untll they dlscovered the weak spot in the hitherto iron front of Pater familias. Nowadays, when that famlly desires a change, it swears that, by all the laws of science, it can't be done, and the man of the house lnvarlably replies r.ot Only that lt can be done but that be will do it hiinself, just to show them how easy It ls. Let us see what we can do, clv lcally, without a vote. Let us show tho man tribe somothing along the lino ot muulcipal ImprcA'omij;, something along the llne of a cleart- 0 ..w...w ut IU1 111 111 iX slovenly task. Way down at the Oiot tom of thlngs, tho women of Vermont aro not so anxious for tho ballot. Wlth many of them, the hurt rankles as it does with my Aunt Martha, 'taint so much that I want to vote, but lt rlles mo to bo clnssed wlth Imbeciles, Idlots aiid infants." Fnshlon Xotes. Tho edltor says that thls won't be a proper woniens' column without somo fashion notes, but slnce, to my oplnlon, this year's styles aro lndes crlbablo, I quoto from tho irrepres slblo Eugono Field; Sllppors wlll be worn hlgh on small boys this season. Fashlonnblo corns will 'bo trh mod with steel blue rnzors. IRed poppor worn on hot stoves contlnues to creato qulto a sensa ".on ln all klnds of socloty. Sorlously yours, 1 ' Prudence Prudo