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THE HAIUIE DAILY TIMKS, BARHK, VT., SATU1CIMK. OUTDUKll 2.3, 1015.'
GO NO FARTHER The Evidence Is at Your Door , Barre proof is what you want, and the statement of this highly respected resident will banish all doubt : Mrs. N.' M. Nelson, 20 Mer chant street, Barre, says: "A severe attack of grippe had left my kidneys weak, and, instead of getting better, I became worse. The slightest housework tired me, and if I was on my feet for an hour or so, sharp pains across my back made me stop and rest. I paid out over one hundred dollars for doctors' treatments and medicines, but got no relief and finally became discouraged. Doan's Kidney Pills removed the trouble, and have never been without a sup' ply on hand since. Price 50c, at all dealers'. Don't sim ply ask for a kidney remedy pet Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mrs. Jel son had. Foster-Milburn Co., Props, Buffalo, N. Y. CABOT BETHEL John N. BeckwitU went this morning to Boston and thence will go to Pall Riv er, where he has secured a position with . the Consolidated Rendering Co. - Fifteen carloads of machinery saved irom the Are at a VVoburn, Mass., tan jiery lust summer are being unloaded at . the local tannery and will be added to its outfit. Hie Woburn tannery was op erated by E. C. Fisher. E. L. Bass is in Boston for a week's business visit. ' Mrs. Florence Wyman returned yeater day from a week's visit to her grand children in Gaysville. Waiter t,. I'erkins of I'omfret was here yesterday on his way home from the state librarians meeting m Burling ton. Mrs. Mary A. Parker returned Wednes day from a visit of .several months in Ipswich, Mass. Mrs. Anna Tucker, who accompanied her, is now making her a ' visit. Mrs. Sylvester Brooks returned yester day to Sharon after a visit with her granddaughter, Mrs. Nelson P. Parrott. Mendell Smith, whose home is in Frank fort, Me., left this morning for North Jay, Me., to work in the stonesheds. George W. Buck of Barnard has sold his farm, known as the Brigham place. to A. N. Merrill of South Royalton, -who intends to put it in better shape and live on it. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Maynard of Brat tleboro were at the Bascom house yes terday. The Congregational ladies' fair contin ued through the afternoon and evening yesterday. There was a miscellaneous entertainment in the evening. The facts regarding proceeds of the fair were not available last evening. At least 1,500 wooden boxes of ferns, gathered near Pittsfield, have been shipped by express from this Btation to Springfield, Mass., during the last six weeks. Miss Irene Gushing, who is taking a post-graduate course at Dean academy. Jtranklm, Mass., has been appointed edi tor-in-chief of the school paper published by the students. Miaa Luella Williams, who works for Mrs. Mark Stiles, has returned from i month's vacation at her home in Tun bridge. EAST CALAIS Mrs. Inei Balentine of Ifardwick visit ed at Clarence Dwindl's" Friday. Mrs. Myrtie Drennan returned Tues day from Barre, where she has been car ing for Miss Helen Cole. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Persons were in , Kast Montpelier Wednesday to attend the funeral of Mrs. ( harlca (roulrl. Mr. and Mr. Campbell of Hardwick were recent callers in town. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Burnham are spend ing a few days in Stowe. Miss Svlvia Bliss is spending a few Weeks in Boston, as is Alma Leonard. K. Marsh and R. Ken i ton were in Cab ot Thursday and Friday on hunting trip. Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Holt have moved from Montpelier to Pkinfield. They are now boarding with Mr. Holt's sister, Mrs. Georgw Brown. 'Mr. and Mrs. Merne Hawkins are re- Soicing over the birth of a son Oct. 21. lr. Ernest, 1'osebronk of Msrshflcld is caring for Mr. Hawkins and I by. Mrs. Forest Oray and Mis Mary fill msn were in Flainfield Thursday. Fire Insurance I represent seven teen of the largest and best Stock and Mutual Fire Insur ance Companies. Ask for rates. Rudolph and Carroll Pike of Wahlen visited their randpRreiit, Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. I'iko, recently. Goorgo Crosby of Windsor has been spending a few days with ins aunt, Airs. S. J. Wiswell. Lawrence Farrington and son, Ray mond, and daughter, Theluia, were visit ors at their home in uieisea recently. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Haines were in Montpelier Wednesday, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Walbridge were guests at the homo of her siiiter, Mrs, 1. a. Tabor, at North Calms last week. J. T. Drew and family, accompanied by Mrs. IC. P. Freeman and Thelma Far ringon, were visitors in St. Johnsbury recently. Mrs. J. I. Stono is seriously ill with heart trouble. Mrs. Earl Rogers is In Mary Fletcher j hospital recovering from an operation lor appendicitis. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Young of Danville accompanied by Mrs. Charles Cox of Wal den, visited at A. C. Aiusworth's Mon day. W, II. Gardner of Island Pond waa in town this week. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Perry, accom panied by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wal bridge, were in Williamstown last week. visiting relatives. Mrs. Laura Marsh of East Calais was a guest at the home of her father, J, G Pike, Tuesday. Mrs, E. A. Merritt was in Barre Thurs day. Miss Lucia Wiswell of Boston spent a week recently with her aunt, Mrs. t, Wiswell. B. L. Bruce, Edwin Gould, Bert Smith Pliny Smith and Cary Smith were Waterbury recently to attend an au& tlon. . J. G. Pike visited his son, Harry, in .North Walden Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. 1. J. htockwell of W hite River Junction were in town recently at M. S. Haines . Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cross of Montpe lier were guests of Mrs. Marston Sunday at JU. AI. Whitney's. Arthur Lance of Portsmouth, N. It., has purchased the land owned by his father on the east sido of the village near II. II. Foster s. Aubrey Nelson went to Shelburne re cently to accompany Mrs. S. J. Wiswell home in her auto. Mjt. and Mrs. Curtis Hood of Hardwick were entertained at Bert Ainsworth's on Monday. L. Myers of Fairlee was in town Mon day to attend the funeral of Comrade S. B. Blodgett. He will remain a few days with his son, Walter, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sprague of Man chester are guests at Henry Bailey's. . Mrs. Susan Walbridge has been spend ing a few weeks at the home of her son, f.arl, in Jlarshhtlil. - - Miss Mildred Stockwell spent Sunday at her home at White River Junction. She was accompanied by Miss Marion Jamieson. Mrs. J. B. Willis of' Mansfield, Mass., was a guest at the home of her brother, V P. Lance, last week. Howard Pike of Montpelier was a vis itor at his father's Tuesday and Wednes day. " Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kingsbury of Bel lows Falls were visitors at A. C. Ains worth's Monday. i Mr. and Mrs. S .C. Voodry were bus iness visitors in St. Jolmabury Thurs flay. Miss Jane Cross, who has been board ing at the town bouse many years, died quiet suddenly Tuesday after a paralytic shock. funeral was held Wednesday lie v. M. . jiala oflinating, with buna in the village cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. Phillips, who have been living with their daughter, Mrs. T. H tgood, the past year, have moved to Lebanon, where their two sons live. r-ugr iimignion nas purchased a larm in Danville and moved his family there, Airs. lola Hsrvey and daughter have moved Into the upper part of W. B. Lance house. Mrs. Abbie Smith went to Hardwick Wednesday to rem sin with her daughter. Mrs. Harry dimming, a few davs be fore leaving for Dodona, Fla., to spend me winter. RANDOLPH around the theme, "The Patriotism of Peace." At the Sunday evening service there will lie an address by t lit) pastor, ikcv. erno L. Smith At tho Congregntiuiml church Rev. A. u. rago will nreiich in the absence of Mrs. 11. B, LaMorder, who has been the elllcient matron of the rest room since lust May, left Friday for Waitslluli to remain for an indeliiiite time with relatives. ' K. M. Reed and his sister, Miss M. Loulso Reed, of licinton, came on Friday to visit their sister-in-law, Mrs. Reed, of Summer street. Mr. and Mrs.Leon Sault, after a short stay in town with relatives, left on Fri day for Brooklyn, N. Y., where they went to visit Mr. Sault mother before re turning to their home in St. Paul. C. C. Roundy of Worcester, Mass,, was in town over Thursday night attending I.....: .a. l ..! .:a ... bu uuHiurhB niuifceis uuu viaiung irieiiun, Curl McAllister of Boston was an over night visitor of his sister, Mrs. Alice Bruce, and left on Friday for Boston Miss Maud Hatch closed a month's va cation here with her sister, Miss Alice service ot 12:15 o'clock WATERBURY RECENT DEATHS To-morrow is rally day at the Meth- OF VERMONTERS odist Episcopal church. The morning service is in charge of the children of n v,. ... ..... ., . . ,, tho Sunday school. The program center Dr' W' G' Klmba" Who Diti l Hun' .tington, Mass., Was Native of privilege ot attending n one Of the setts, died Wednesday in hit Washington county delegates the Na- Huntington,. Mass., after an tional Council of Congregational Chinches, , ,., . , ... . at New Haven, Com,. At this service, two wctk' rm,Itm from Services usual. Hatch, and left on Friday for Boston to resume her position. W. R. Sargent has been In Syracuse, X. Y., and other cities this week on a business trip. Raymond Briggs, a student at the Uni- j''sh rni to ho,ri.rwaVren Topsham and Spent Early Life in Vermont. Dr. W. G. Kl nihil II ntii, nf Him nitir. lireuch in the absence of . ... ' Rev. William L. Boieourt, who has thu Known physicians in wostern Massuchu privilege of attending n one uf the setts, died Wednesday in his home in illness oft a general ' E. S. Frary will preside at the orgnn breakdown. Dr. Kimball lmd been in and will also render 'cello solos during I'001" health for some tune but bud eon the service, " tinued his practice until two weeks At the Christian Advent church Sun- w"c" ,e confined to hlshed. day school will be held Ilr-t at 11 o'clock "V T K 'T olt. and Rev. A. D. Puge, pustor of thut i"',D,.m" "Vc ''V church, returns there for a preaching I? V ' ' 'm 1 ' ,un!tm" I fici.um viicruv. iio tVHH n - 1 1 II Ira 1 UO" at St. Andrew's church as la Ampr ,rnm rnlllnj ;!, ,, settled within the nresent limits nf the A.'M. Foster of Storm Lake, In., has citv of Boston.. Hi mlnni-lf wiih th been called here by the illness of his exception of three years spent" in Illi mother, Mrs. L. R, Foster. nois. was passed in his native state. Mr. and Mrs, E. C. Heath have re- Ho was orphaned in childhood and lived elected inannger of the sophomoro foot bail team at that college. Cpdric Erskine has been home from New Haven, Conn., for a few days on a vacation, passing the time with his la ther, Levi Lrskine. Rodney II. Slack has completed his 15 years in the harness maker's business in this town this week. Twelve of those years were passed in business in the C. J. Stockwell block, but later he built the brick block on Merchants row which he has since occupied. Jackson Vail has been with his par being guests of Mr. and Mrs. James F. Somerville of Main street. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Benls of Brome. Que., are guests of Mr. Bcals' sister, Mrs, C. D. Robinson. Edson F. Palmer of Bristol is gtiesc of his daughters in town. Mr. and Mrs. Edward S. Frary of Ber lin, N. Y., arrived Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. F. 0 No matter whether yoa ned one light for one minute, or 100 fights 21 hours a day you can havo tbe needed light inataftly, have the current under your own guidance, have light WHERE you want it, When you want it, and havo it economically if you install THB "QUALITY" SYSTEM. Fafra, homo, dairy, store, grounds all can bo Xvell lighted at reasonable cost. OVER 250 SUC CESSFUL PLANTS NOW IN OPERATION IN NEW ENGLAND ALONE. Send for illustrated catalog I). E. . TURN NI6HT INTO DAY WITH THE 'QUALITY' SYSTEM on a farm.. By his own efforts he gained an edu cation, graduating from tho Bradford (Vt.) academy and Dartmouth collneul wiiere he received his degree in 1875. After graduation ho became resident physician at Rainsford Island, Boston, and later held a similar position in the hospital for the insane at Northampton. In 18"7 he was appointed assistant resi dent port physician at Deer island. Bos GASOLINE ENGINES For All Purposes Small Engines for Cream Separators, etc. Large Engines for Sawing, etc. "RELIANCE LINE" engines perform every duty with faithfulness, efficiency and lowest cost. Writ us or e C. E. Scarlcs, our treneml agent at Barre, or J. L. Arkley, Barn. Send for our cataios D., giving- every particular. Palmer and will be the guests oMnends Lnd st d thei.e unta 1885 whcIf be lew days. Airs, fliary J,, wens, took . 'nost-irraduate course in New for a few days. Mrs. Mary L. mother of Mrs. Frary, is much stronger and was able to attend church last Sun York. That same year he settled in Huntington and had lived there ever since. Dr. Kimball was a member of the Huntington Masonic lodge and was a Republican in politics. He served as .UCe; program COm- phflirman nf thB whnnl linnrrl -fnr Bvn Johnson on Monday nirht and elected " "''"' V " " years ana held various other town of the following officers': H. L. Hatch, presi- ,i ,,! tJ ,r ,"' ouT. "li 1!??r a i i "C?S- Frora 1800 to 1909 he served " dentj Rev. J. H. Thompson, vice-presi- VV'T c" ' ' me.lical examiner for Hampshire county ents, Mr. and Mrs. II. W. Vail, recently turned to Munroe Bridge, Mass., where . T,,e ncw officers of h Twenty-Five he is emnloved club are: l'resnlent, Rev. W. L. Boieourt; 1 .1 T r T). i.: . i Thfl ITniverKitv oh.h bU it. fir.t ,.. "l" . xr.K.n.; .ee.eia.rjr !l(l.......;..:mr. r t "ui 1.011 x. BRACKETT. SHAW" & I.UNT CO. Somerswerth. N. H. ("RELIANCE LINE") Baiton, Mm. SHAVING THE PIG. ana J. 1. amilU. .J -p.;-,! l,on Iwinu nf tho Intnr. The funeral of Mrs. Peter I'apino of ference of the office with his profession- Sforctown was held at St. Andrew's al duties. He represented his district cnurcn inursaay morning, tiign mass in the leer slature in 1895 and 1890 ot requiem was celebrated by Rev. Robert In 187S he married , Miss Laura Bart- Dovoy. Burial was in the Holy Cross lett of Claremont. N. H. Dr. Kimball cemetery. I is survived by his widow, his son, Wil- ' Walter Johnson has moved his family Ham J. Kimball, and three grandchildren, .Ul r K,,0 el- f v. v. ..iirmiwwiwi on Min ... .Ci irl S ;..r',:.: street into the tenement over F. L. Eat on's livery stable. The Mending club met Wednesday aft ernoon witn Mrs. Albert Kattee. dent j E. W. Tewksbury, secretary. J, C. Mierburue led a discussion, taking for ins topic, "Automobile Law. A. E. Chandler, who has been in Xew lork, was accompanied home by Mrs. Chandler's eousin, Miss Cora Cadwaladcr.j who came to visit for an indefinite time. Mr. and Mrs. W, E. SchrafTt of Win- Dr. and Mrs. F. A. Eaton for a few days. Mx. and Mrs. C. H. Xichols, who came from Bogota, X. J, to attend the funeral of Mrs. Irene Dyer, have returned home accompanied by Mrs. B. A. Manchester, who went for a two weeks stay, t,. A. Morse has been in Melrose High lands for a few davs and also visited relatives in Middleboro, Mass., before his Mrs. Alice Hill an order of the Macca return home. bees was organized by Deputy Mrs. Mvr Mrs. J. C. Wirta, after passing the tie Tarker. WAS PROMINENT MASON. William H. Vinton of Brattleboro Passed Away Friday. Brattleboro, Oct. 23. William Henry Vinton, 79, senior member of the paper manufacturing firm of William H. Vinton 4 Son, past grnnd senior warden of the era nd lodtre of Masons of Vermont, who Another meeting will be recently was made a 33d degree Mason Miss Pearl Babcock is employed by Mrs. Delia Ferguson in her dressmaking parlors over the W allace store. Wednesday evening at the home of summer in town, left on Tuesday night held next Wednesday evening. and who had been at the head of all the for Chicago, where she will pass 'a week .Mr. and Mrs. James McMuliin and so local Masonic bodies, died yesterday at Of rore returning to Her Home in IJtlevan, of Fitchburir. Mass.. are cuests at the his home, 15 Green street, of paralysis Wis. I home of J. E. Crossett. I of the heart. Ho had been in failing Cards have been received here an- ii!Tn, t , l,.. r.irn.4 , Tv,. health for two years with a complication nnnnrMtirr tht mamad. tf llaan Vrirr. I , . . . ' " , VV. ,tr . etiester, where lie has been . " V'.:""- "eogwooa Mr and Mr J(1)n JL palmt. j.w.nnxox I o4 I Betetee ItWrk Harr, Vl Eeller Than Gc!il DcIIars at Fifty Cenls I lave j-our Fur re mod eled nd repaired no while the eson it fount. I'et e i;l he rushed to tbe limit. I. STEKOLCHIGK MIDDLESEX Rev. Harry Holden of Roxbury, Mass was a guest of Ins sister, Mrs. J. I. Goodenough, Wednesday. Mrs. It. H. Miles and Mrs. L. C. Jones were in Burlington Thursday t visit Mrs. KIbridge Burnham at Mary Fletcher hospital. The many friends of Mrs. Bum ham are pleased to learn of her rapid recovery. Tbe ladiei' aid will serve their annual rl.irkrn pie supper in the new church oa eilnemJay evening, t. 27. valdo Mile (till remains niiite ill. A tra'nrd nurse is rarinir for bim. Miss Ileniire rri was called home from Jnhnaon normal arliooT on afwunt of the illnevn of her fathe-r. T. F Price. Rev. II. F-. Swrrt si ill take for Lit object fiett Sunday morning at the M. church, mlM. Subject for ninctis- sion in tbe adult Bible claa. "The t on sequence nf War." venrone U eorriial ly incited t be f-reaent. i Miss Usdkr, dcmmistratnr nf the Pal- I rorr writintr vt-ni, visited ,l,oli in ton Wedne4y. Mrs. Ira Jinofi left ff- lier tmm in , Mih, the first nf the week. ; " r . '.7 ;"",. , "r. . tenaea tne world scries, "i n. pnu tf. ix. ivHipin u n otm bury, Conn., where the marriage took place. Mr. and Mrs. edgwood will re ule at .Vow Haven, Conn., for the pres ent, and in the spring will take posses sion of a new house now in process of erection in hitneyville, a suburb of New Haven. Miss Mary Wedgwood, who is employed in the library at New Haven, - W. M. Hatch, who for 12 years has been pr;en,;.ent,rd .i,,t0 the "Tr tin.'e ?"d 1 irom ior- -'" . I j i ----"- the guest of fl'sases, but had been active in the n.r ITn of conduct of his business, having been at ntr. lie at- . .,, . . ... . the paper mill Saturday. He did not take to his bed until Tuesday. His con dition improved Wednesday, but Thurs day it took a decided turn for the worse, Mr. Vinton was made a 33d degree Ma son in Boston, .Sept. 21, being the third resident of Brattleboro to receive that honor. Last week Wednesday evening 1.A ..-a . I ,.w.r...1 a n i , ,.r ', , , Af ItHi A .1.1. t. 1' .11 ..J 1W .LHIIHV WIC, T HV llthniiirh ili.dnnnintul mi.Ii r..,nH I . . . .tr...nu, ;iu rirrii BKB.,n.K ,,j o coiit'rs tula t(- him unon his n - - Last Monday evening the Congrega tional choir had a delightful time at the home of Mrs. Nellie Chase, where they were mvitea as a surprise to Miss Caro line Keene, who has been a faithful member of the choir and is moving to Bridgeport, Conn. Because of the illness the New England manager for Silver, "J V . . rvwn" "1 hospitality Burdett 4 Co.. publishers of school text- OI." niea were piayea. io. books in Boston, lias been assignei i hits arranged in envelopes like letters the New York field, and his brother. H. L. .frorn Ptrtice-Miss Keene having Hatch of this place, has been offered the ' - uin'na una nl.ee m.He v.ni. l,v hi. K,(,,-. "unimer were mucn enioyea. t.ven tne movsl. Mr. Hatch ha. the matter under i''"'1' md fc ,K" consideration, but does not expect to make any change for the present in his residence. John Luce of Swampseott, Mass., is passing a two weeks vacation here and vicinity. Miss Bertha Manner has returned to !Vton but expects to be here Thanks giving to pa.a the time with aer par illiani L. Boieourt and a copy of the same given Miss Keene with the picture of Camel's Hump which will remind her of home friends and her work amonc mem. SOUTH RVEGATE Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Gray went tj Bos- enis, .Mr. ami airs, jonn .Manney, D.-U.re ton Thursday afternoon to attend the going soum lor tne winter. funeral of a brother of Mr. Gray, J. I). McAllister took in the excursion . I 3ir. mna 31 r. Jtrn imrnn ion on I 11' I . 1 a . . 1 f- mA ir. P.rl Tl,m.. ruitxr.,! (n "'rJ lor -Via pie !, Ure.. WniTC Chelsea Sunday. icir son, Jamie, is irw-aieu ana wncre C. II. Dana was at home from bis flu- V " ties in Montix-lier over Sunday. innure. Fred lispii of Marshl.eld isitea bis airs. Annie Holmes ol .Montfielier mother over the week end. I ttopped over Wednesday nlcht and Mrs. Kliina Rickard, formerly of this Thursday with Mrs. M. F. McDonald on lace, now of Montpelier, had a cataract I her way liome from her season at the 97th Saturday Sa!e Saturday, Oct. 23 PAfiLS I 14 quart indurated FIBRE 1 21 cts. ; All 'round useful pail. Saturday at 1 P. M. SEE THE WINDOW 1 taken from one of her eyes Sunday. Her many friends will be pleased to Ltara that the operation was very successfuL Hi Blske, Guy Chadwick and list Webber have returned from Boston. Mr. and Mrs Chailes Godfrey of Stowe are in town, stopping at X. A. Kns'. Mr. and Mrs. Kd Nye were ill Mont pelier t)ie last of tbe ek. A dauftl.ttfT was born to Mr. snd Mrs. .bert Weeks Thursday, Oct. 14. Mrs. Jennie JUminel as at Warner's on's iu (.alais t) latter J rt of V cek. Mac Itrennaa has retumeJ to Ms home in St. A!han after a week's 'stay witk I la sister, Mrs. R. J. Sweeney. Mr. and Mrs. Sydny lnon hare len i!tmg Mrs. G.bson's nwtl.er, Mrs. Mar tin 3mm. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Tbomas. Mrs. F- rl Iw;j.a and diirMef, Jet tie, were la Mrri.;i Tlirdy. It. It. Fail, of Hard ite4 at er a Aineworth's Saturday and Sunday. Mr. I's'ks r"trie4 lnne ith bias. ! i4k ! t t'n. 3. II. t'-otterild as in Tlur if. looiiif after a. Hm4 atattcrs. Sunset Hill bouse, Sugar Hill, X. If. Mia Aliens McDonald of Bright!. hospital is nursing Mis Msbcl Halt, wlio has been ill fir the pasv three weeks. P. 1. lUrkley end family hsve moved from Barre to tbe house of Mrs. John Whifehill. Mr, Berkley a to a-t as lo o.l buyer and shipper ft lvi, tbe totLman. Mis Annie Tleatn lias Wen havinf a three ek li-e nf alwence from her unnl in atcrton. Ma, on account of the death of her father, Jimrt lies- ton, km id return t natertown to day. Charles I'liason is mi a wieit home from T.. where be went tm year sro. He i w,- p!afd with the rintry in spite of t he prel-e'-e of Mexirwn bwl:t snl wiU- ta cl l ie pnttrtir fa Seiwth Krst and tke the rent of I ia family ( k m its im. J n.- tri:,ni.Le, Jr, arire4 in t"w lat we. k t eit in facing tip aw refFinTitij in Vi.iy.ttnk, t w '.re he 4 ti.s tare, 'v w!I Vte. Tie r"ITmttk are wrfTtly ..ic. hate l -r4 in town nntir jfr. ar. i1 t tr- d Mrs." u.mm '. Ii 5w U il. Ile !''.. of tie I'. r. el-urrh y."t t-d f'-en t'tr 'eke(e at j.jy et I r lay ',. Vtl Ink. a tni'l't tKel I' " tk-ta f. f H-fe l;rre . !.). ai4 l..y f... t. ft s i -wr t'-e cw. ,,e c are pw U hee. v mt4 at Mr and Mrs. U . 1 I a ' 1 be ft. 1.. ra4 t $ZX l"t tiir'it. 1. i' I"''r 4 f e et " itmn im trm; r t-r f t L4 Mnt tr- ; e"wi.fl.'r ln-Vf t l.e 4 l.t l.y f, .! t l- re m k ' t r'- , -"w mni .re . n xtw -e elevation to that degree and to present li i id with a handsome loving cup suitably mscnucd. Mr. Vinton was born in .Kitchburg, Mass., Nov. 7, 183(1, a son of Timothv and Caroline (Woodi-ock) Vinton. At the age of eight years he came with his parents to Brattleboro, where he attend ed school. When a young man he en tered the paper mill of bis father and learned the business of making bh tting tnd stereotype pnper, a product widely snd very favorably known. After the death of his father, Jsn. 4, S!K), he con tinued the busincsn, taking his son, Wil liam B., into partnership under the firm name of William H. Vinton A. Son. Mr. Vinton was 'a republican in poli ties and always took a strong interest in all things that pertained to the welfare of the town. He served one year as chairman of the board of bailiffs and the nme year was chairman of the board of selectmen, the only man who ever held botli ofTvces at the same time. He con tinued as ehsiriuan of the selectmen for nine consecutive years. In 1!0 be was a randidste for state senator but was defeated for the nomination. An Ineident That Chief Justice Chat Wanted to Forget. Salmon P. Chase, governor of Ohio, senator of the United States, secretary of the United States treasury and chief justice of tho supreme court of the United States, once bad an encounter with a pig that Is worth telllnir. When a boy be attended a private bourdlug school kept by his uncle, the Episcopal bishop of Ohio. He did tbe chores for bis nncle during: the school term and worked on the farm during tbe summer. One day hit uncle told bis nephew that he should kill and dress a pig at the close of the school that day. With no little difficulty the boy caught tbe pig and killed it. And now the question was how to get the bria ties off. He bad beard of farmers scalding bogs, so he soused tbe pig Into a barrel of hot water. He either held the pig in the water too long, or did not have It hot enough, for In spite of all his scraping the bristles would not come off. He then thought of his uncle's razors, and getting them he shared the pig from nose to tail. When the bishop returned .he con gratulated his nephew oa the splendid annearance of the pork. But when he tried to shave the next day he dis covered that the razors would not "work." What he said and did we may lmag'ne, but we do not know. Chief Justice Chase was a very dig nified man. His private secretary, Mr. Didler, says that he had little humor In his composition. Tresldent Lincoln once related the foregoing story at a meeting of the cabinet, but Mr. Chase did not like It very well, and the pres ident never referred to it again. must be unnecessary. ' 'Grown " men surely know what is needed. If his father never reads the Bible thea the big book can be dispensed with. Fa thers know what books are most worth reading. . If be does not go to church, then church attendance is a pastime and not a duty, for men so old and wise aa father Is would not neglect church If church were of value to them." Sea Toll cf Sailors. Intercourse between Russia and Eng fand began in the middle of the six teenth century by the White sea. It was a hazardous and' costly voyage. The crews of two of the three ships with which Richard Chancellor made his first trip In 1553 were frozen to death, Sir Hugh Willoughby among them. On his second venture, in 1550, Chancellor brought back with hlra a Russian ambassador, Oslp Ntjea. Two of the ships were never beard of again, and Edward Bonaventure, after four months at. sea, was wrecked oa tbe Scottish coast. Chancellor, many of his crew and seven Russians per ished, but Oslp N'ejea was among the Survivors, and the English lords and merchants went out in state beyond Shore,dltcU to welcome this "Duke of. Muscovla." London' Chronicle. Oar First Coinage. The earli$5t coinage of money for America is rald to have been made for Virginia In 1012. The London company bad been formed for the puriKise of pushing colonization work in Virginia, and lu 1009 Sir George Somera, an active promoter of tbe company, set out with an expedition. His vessels encountered a storm and were wreck ed on the coast of one of the Bermuda Islands. Somers took posfc Ion of the Islands In the name of Great Iliitatn. He was forced to remalu there ten months, but finally reached Virginia. The Bermudas, often since then called Somera Islands, were largely colonized by people from Virginia, and the rela tion between tbe two became Inti mate. This aceoant for Virginia's first coins being made therw. They were of brass,' and on one slle wai represented a ship under fall sail, fir- j Ing a Jim. On fhe ether aide were j tbe words, "9wttrn Island," and the i flgorw of a bog. "In memory," as an Interval. "1 The twenty-year-old daughter of the president of one bank, director of two others and a railroad or two stood be fore her dressing table lu a brown study. Meanwhile Three men, each one of whom want ed to make a loan of f 100,000, paced the floor. Her father sat Inwardly fuming In the auto while a hundred business let ters remained unread. Twenty clerks paused until tbe work of a day could be given out Six cylinders, accomplishing nothing, buzzed on. Four servants, leaving their morn ing's routine, rushed aimlessly about. And the girl called: "Oh, papa, it Isn't my fault I cannot find my. loves!" Life. ' I Proof Positive, Mr. I., the subeditor, was asked to write an article on superstition and im-t-eellitr. When tbe article was printed the opening sentence was found to la is follows: "That imbecility ts not on tbe wane perusal of the following lines will am ply demonstrate,"- London Telegraph. He was worshipful msster of Cnlutti- old twit writer qtia!nMy ssya, "of tbe hian lodge in ISOfl snd 167 and bvame j abradant cf hotijew which tSe Kn-1 EAST MOMTEUEFl i t-"e l i ife lBt,fll e-e-.-r i ni j t: i l-t4 at !-' fit 7 " M I r . n ? ! 2. a' j. ti w.k 1 1 H, t '1 ti l.M e. - I; l. V i i.fi! !r. t V r . V e 7 ' e wj?i V. 4 V-w F. I' V !: a charter memlier of Hrsttlenoro lmige st its orgsnir.stinn in IHSl and wss its flrit master, serving three terms. At different times be served at the bead of the chapter, council snd eommsndery and is worthy patron of Bing'ism chapter. Order of the F"t'tn Star. He was at tbe time of hia death T. I. M. of Weh-; ter lo.lc-e of Perfection. 14th derree Ms- oris, orirsnired here lt year, snd bad been a part arand senior warden of the rtwnd lo.lfe o' Vdmot.t. He wxs fresi- dent of t'e Brttlclwi Mssonle Jtuild- ing wist ion. a member of the Ver- mrt 1'lee club. director of le Peo tile's National bank and a -tinator of the Veiniorit Sinnfi batik. Mr. Vinti-n nvarricd in Irt.1 Pmira Atr.elia San'iiel. datgliter of Pdsrd 'rmi.-l of PrattVlevr. ne child. Wil liam ft. Vir.ton. was Imm to them and is fi.e .le Immeinte anrtinng relative. Vr. mtAB Airi I.-e. 13, 1. The funeral will 1 hci4 Vns'nr s't cetto'.n et f M eiVlv-k in the Vaxmir tr. lr tie.-1y will l,e in state an nmtr. from I 31 2:-"i". aril tl-e .erewe w.lj ,.n to t-e tnil.'ie. Pe. V.i X M. H"in,,'tni. r,r !. CVe.teT ftitrr. rt"n l ) ie. I. Will hr He t "i"ia -re -ITJtMS aM t kl j't Ten yl.t e-i. ice w li l le Hew te Treat a Wife. An ancient F-gyptlan moralist, writ kig to his son, said: "If thou takest a rife Uf re snake her happr than any tf her aw.BJm Pyemia, fii- will be loub.) !mi:h'. tc thee I tV tw l sweet lo Sr. Accnet! ir wtst poises her. rhe wT:'. teprecimtf the eer.' Ilsh fmind Argons ut. . oa their 8tl laaiing." ! , i Like tho I nokue Way J ?co Ifkes iT-nftrve j to the fcusy Utt jrarflrete.Tlf ratl.ees ad CKII4tn. ludvatrt-uev. te r.8-Ca, te; it "In the earlier year." aars Pastor Ua't thA'.t Swt r.Mrty rr-y en M Charles E. Jeffeivon In tbe Woenaaa Home Oami.c I oi., "cntdrey. c be (Controlled by their notter. but by a4 by there eweew a time wta f be y Sr'n trt net, the c;:1ii-t of tne farmer. eye are keener tbsu the eyea ot a chnd. He ae eerytxti.g U ratter uor. Be re!ey-ts m wbat tt father dies not de. flks Voi."V t Ineti-ewble. He arcies Lis way te ceertraluaa !' h cannot he ahskea. -Tli hi tr.tW does not pry prrer Voocfee. caIs fctig Tears Topk. Cewiw HeneTe etk .ds. SlBmesta-Iatit Barker always will ing te leear twtk aide of a qtiestunT Klmrrw: -Nt cnleww yen trt fc'ji do lit the ta'kleg -Judge. Vt of oof Bi!fortiine are toe mpportahie taa ike rotrmeuts ef evr Mottde e(Kn tbern C. C. Co'ton. CAST CALAIS. 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