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VOL. XX, NO. 7.
THE REFORMER: BRATTLEBORO, VT.. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1895. FALL OF 1895. Fred Thompson has. moved to fjuil ford Center. Till! WolHt rlllllWI'l'N llf f 111' HCIIHOI1 CIU1IC Wednesday afternoon and evening, with ruin and hail, accompanied by wind. It hurnt out the telephone. at'MtM. C. CMhIicc'h nml washed the roads, soiuo-what. (iilllfm-il. on the Her YOUMAN'S HATS ! Considered by every one to be the best $5.00 Hat made in the world. For sale only by STARKEY & CO. fas A This is our second season for Ladies' Wool Sweaters. Puff Sleeves and made to FIT. For sale only by .A family on the lieiiiaidHton road were aroused from their slim, In. ru b.ut iiuusiiny near iiiitlmght by a team driving rapidly past Kiinul'taiieouHlv with a crash rem-mbling a hiiiuII earth quake. Investigation nhowed that a huge green watermelon had been litu led through the screen door wrecking the door and badly damaging thu melon, (ireen wateriueloiiH are proverbially I. 111... I , I ... iiiiiiriiiiuy alio hum one will prove particularly ho if the mistress of the hoiisc finds) out the perpetrator:!. Join: Uyan returned from n business triji to New Vork and New Haven hmt week. --Chester Andrews has been se riously ill the pa.st week but at last ac counts waH somewhat better. - .Mr. San- ford anil wife of Wardshoro, are visit ing at Jesse T. Weatherhead'a .Miss Hill of London, Kng., whose viait here was unavoidly delayed is now the guest of Miss Zelia JohnHon.-.Mra. Dana Morse of Nebraska, isvisitihg in town. Guliriml f lit it. H. K. Thayer, who broke his ley the third of .July, had the misfortune to break it again last Sunday afti Ifis crutches slipped and he fell break ing it just above where it was broken before. In the absence of Dr. Webster. Dr. Holton was called and set the limb, but he will be under the care of Dr. Webster. , He is at. the Guilford Springs Kami where he with his wife will re main through the fall and Winter. lie lias the sympathy of all in his mis fortune. I. Clark met with what might have been a serious accident last week. As he was leading his horse to water the animal reared and throwing him down dragged him quite a distance,, injuring him quite badly. He is iiiiiirovint from his injuries at this writing. The abutments are finished and ready for tlx- new iron bridge. The public will rejoice as they think they have driven through the brook long ; enough. j We had a severe thunder shower j Wednesday afternoon and through the ! night a great quantity of rain fell, I with Borne hail, but not enough to do ! any damage. There are a great many (that would rejoiee to see rain enough to fill wells and springs. Vour corres pondent among that number. ! Farmers are obliged to feed their ; cows owing to the short feed in the pasture. i A. w. Putnam went to Huston last lirown and family of Chicago left for homo last Saturday. - Jl. G, i'ortcr, 1. (. Wilcox and Freeman linger uro, at Xewfiuie court this week, U lilllligliiiiu. One of the worst rain and hail storms known for years, came Wednesday night lasting fully two hours. The new seats for the school houses have arrived and look very neat and pretty. Our village people are annoyed at different times by what they calf a band of hoodlums, who have a mania of rousing the people, exchanging properly and Saturday night wasja great night lor Iliem, tliey Kept It up until the wee hours of Sunday. Moral liewnre. Osmond Goodcll from I'rovidenee, K. I., is visiting relatives in town. (Juite a number of people from this town are attending the fair at Charlemont. Frank Allien has gone to Gardner, M . ... 1. .Mima., in serine worn.-- Vtllliam Spnigue has purchased (he place lately occupied by A. I'. Goldthwait. C. S. Chase attends court this week. -Dr. Kising goes to keeping house in the brown block this week. C. K. Put nam's building is getting along nicely. - D. S. Diiviilsjii has shingled his house. --Amherst Snow went to Green field, Mass., this week. Went Win il.lim u. Fi fly two from (his place hail a pie inc at the (limit pond in Stratton Tues day. Hailstones five am six inches in cir cuinfereiice were picked up hero during the thunder storm Wednesday. L. White, wife and daughter 'fi 'oiu Uos ton visited at S. S. ami .1. A. Perry's last week.- -Henry Gleason from CI. ion - go, 111., K L. mid Silas Merrillcld of New Vork, Kverett Knowlton of I'rba na, III., Mr. Standcliir and wife of Wilmington, visited t (',. II. Kv.lcr'u last week.- Amy Perry commenced teaching school at Pike's Hollow Monday. IjOlltlOllfll'l-l-y, There was no service at the Congre gationalist church last Sunday ow ing to the absence of the pastor." Mr. Fra.ee, a student from .New Vork is expected this week to supply until May. Several attended the fair at Man chester this week. Dr. and Mrs L. S. Arnold returned Saturday from a visit to New Vork City.- Mrs. Ava Whitman and daughter, Mrs. Howard have returned from a two weeks' visit in Pufnev.- J. i. Walker has moved into the Con- gregationalist parsonage. Smith l.omlunili-ry. I The much needed and looked for rain came Wednesday, hail stones to the size of a small hen's egg fell. Kobbins ami Williams the handlers of the dynamite in blasting on the highways have finished their work here and returned home. -Martin Haskins, who has been dangerously sick with inllamation of the bowels, we are glad to report is at this writ ing in a more comfortable condition. Ills daughter Nellie.of Ashbiirnliam, Mass., came Monday night. K. U. Walker and wife returned home from their annual stay at Lake Pleasant i last week- Mrs. Bessie Wilbur is re ceiving a visit from Rev. W. A. liry- I ant of Ludlow. Archil- and Charll-s' Jaquitli, now of lioston are at home! spending their vacation. Mrs. Nelson! IVIIIiniliHvllle. Miss Amy Wheeler began work in the overall factory in JJrattle boro, Wednesday. The evening before fifteen of her friends gave her a surprise party at her home. I'l. : ii ... jiu-i" is an cxceneiir cmnor iintiiti.i.u both in quantity and quality. Klkanah i Lincoln dug from one liill nine pota-i toes of uniform size, (there were no small ones) winch weighed ;a( lbs. We were visiled by a heavy shower of rain and hail, accompanied bv thun der and lightning Wednesday' after noon. Some of the hail-stones" were as large as walnuts. .As Kev. S. K. Fairbanks is to preach on Duminerston Hill next Sunday morn ing there will be no services here at that hour. There will be preaching in the evening and Sunday sehool as usual. James and Andrew Itmwii win, lo.ie been visiting relatives here left for their western homes .Monday morning. Ala family gathering last Wednesday the three brothers and three sisters", which comprise the family now living, net together for tin' first time, the old er sons having left home when young. John C. Tufts of Dakota has been visiting his cousin, Mrs. J.A. Young. - Alansoii Mih's and wife have gone to Chicopce Falls, Ashfield and other Mass. towns to visit relatives. They expect to be gone about four weeks. To build uj) both solid llc-.li unit strength after grip, pnouniouia, fevers and other prostrating UixeuwiH, I hern is nothing to oquul Dr. J'iorco'a Uolileu Medical Discovery. PROSTRATION FOLLOWING GRIP. Mrs. Kkithkn OAnnnr, Klny iiettVQr, C. H V(U, wriu: "1 wuh hiken with tfrlf willed ntmlJjr rf'Hultf'l in pneumonia Was proatmtttj for tlm niOlllllH. IIikI h N TrHilo coiih itml witHi'iniK'iutiJ :iii1 v'ry wtnk. Wh fiist 'Nnfldnf irifo"inilck oon- mutifjf mn. " The mwUtr CUV" mi; nifriU'Intu Hll I IH' Ilftlf. I tfP'W Wl'llKT H' uttviK'-U tn liver oil ciiiulin. I took two hot l If ft of it without Hfijr n lK'i. I hud pain in my k-it hhfjulii'-r iiiid huck. I wrotfi you, iinrl ynii prrRt;riln-l your 'HaUU a I took on.'v oiH hottlf ho. foro I IV-it li;ttr Aflrr two liottjcs I could nit up, hii'I li lt i tut'l ln'i-n huv'-u irom the ktuvu. I jni'i'piuu'tf rupiHIv in fi'1!! tiwl Htn-MM'th. Lougeo of Putney spent last week with friends in town.- Annie Chandler re turned Saturday to her school in Prov idence, K. I. MA - J, i. 1 u III VMMION ( (n i . Wi'fltirn. r- reK Mas. (iAmtiriT. Medlrnl DWnvry. J-Ja.t Hoi-it. Walter Sherman son of Kev. C. Sherman of this place is home on a visit, lie is a student at lirown University, Providence, . I.- Mrs. h. Ji. Chase has been visiting her I iii many friends in this ulace the nasi I quite iew nays. jier Home is with tier son Walter Chase of North Adams. -Claude and Kthel Proiity and Miss Addie (iould are attending the school at Townshend this fall. We had a nice shower .Monday night and a still longer one Wednesday af ternoon and evening. We were in great need of the rain the springs and wells being m arly dry. We hail some hail with the rain" Wednesday afternoon. IJlKdle IdtUuny Kttr, , I- l!!.'.7l!; '"l'.f"'"1 """ ""' li-'inil-lKlen .1 " "iMiuiny will t.ull.t i. ,-utt,i ll".n llennllloi, ,,e N,.. Vork ,,.l., line UirtiiK ih l M lewil.im till,!! Iiiih Ini ri ul, Merk U lo I,,, til.),!.) .I.v, , ',v,.IK,)f . Mli.Kt.iii-Kli. N V. HI,,,, U u laid, i-lli , k, r7 Moi'k or HtiH'li, WH-ln l l, Ijim week In lllu In teri.'Mi.irilM. ,i,M., ,.,( in mi) in- Tll Mill) lirl.. KMlr fn.a.,.,,1 . , i-Miuiii Mint tlwilnr nnv ""i mere i.i,K T(. mniilKr ef lr.ll'1'IMl I.MIMIIIIH, lllil-ll lh , , 1 .l., . ,.. Ili llie litnvn ili-imrliin-ni tlien: Is iiImi ii Hue ll'li;y, Ji Hi" iiiiiiliryili.part in, innl Mmu llni! liii-i, iniMllyiiiiir.ii-iviiul, iin.l aluu linn Willi-, IIi'jiik h the lh,av win, n..i urgi: Tak niflli.. exl.llililim B a,,!,,,,,, u r,riK. .,l(, hiit et Sornier j-emv innl h n i'iii.,ai,le llili'MI nn tin; pail ol Hut luriii.-rn. I In: lili'vele niei' H , ,li, I i , "lie mile imvlrn rn.'i, ' ' "''I'l'1" """ Hi -t iirie, (. MiuiUnn , ei'olnl .ui.l liii,aH ,Miili-y llifnl. 'l ime, l.u 12 I I he ,i-i i,i w, u ml,,. iiii e,.iillin-i lo Urn liiilt.o ihf ,!,., v. ,(,, totl-. won llr.l Vil'ie i, ''" "'"""l' " K ,'"!"'n third. ilI'i"'.,,''r'Iir;"',',H,1"' lirin,,.l.,i,hii. of till! I lll'.ll Whlll.llH,. .1 W;,.!,. ,, ,,.Bt ' -.ii ii li.iiii,,,, -... oinl, ,-vi,K K Itiilt third nail l-.lli'tlhi'rir loiirlli. 'J'lie lioine nil-en ri'Hiilteil in follnH-n: run rjnniiii:s. '-'..t', r!art; iiiin.!' Jinn: -.in i.i-i.iiiirn ,v mack, 'a H V, Moi.i hi.ii, I'rlll, . red II Klrkwimil, ; -I Clair, It ii Mi -wintrier. ; Hlxi'V Hoy, Jili Sioonei-, 'lime, j.:t:,l , j. j , L' .MatrhBd nire; imrw :ii; Hosy It, .) ( .Mum.,,,,, iiniiiie 1", Itolatrt I'lirkliiMin. oikb (V, It A llhili- Mint', ;i.if, I 4 i ;i i l : u u . 4 : I i'i I 4. ..i!U 4. .I.e.- hefoi i' A HI. kin toner on A Tlim ly ICi-uilmlir Kach season forceo upon our consid eration its own peculiar perils to health. The advent of fall finds many reduced in strength and vigor, poorly" prepared to continue the business of "life. The Btomach and bowels, the great highway of animal econmiy, is especially liable to disorder in the fall. The nervous system has also suffered in the strug gle. Typhoid fever and malaria in particular find in the fall that combi- "I consider it my duty," says Mr' F. '.. Dias. of San Diego, Texas, "to certify that Ayer's Pills have complete ly relieved my wife of neuralgia, from which complaint she was, for a long time, a great sufferer." They arc easy to take and always effective. ! Tuesday to visit his son. anil will also j Cummiugs started this week for U' STARKEY & CO., HOOKER BLOCK, Satters : and : Furriers. BRATTLEBORO. VT. usii nix daugnter and other relatives in Urockton. Airs. Asa Clark from i Providence K. 1 visited at her broth er's F. K. Chase's briefly this week. I -Mrs. A. W. Putnam is staving with , her daughter Mrs. J. . 'Alexander j during the absence ,f Mr. Putnam. F. O. Taylor and K. W. Miner went ty Xewfane to court Tuesday. Thu! , former as Grand Juror, ami the latter! as one of the Pet it Jury. Fn-d Mag. ion ! is soon to move his family to Massa-j ; chussctts. Fred Thompson from Green ' : Hivcr has moved into G. liarstow's! .house. Mrs. liarstow will board with1 !them. (Min ister. .Mass.. to rare for a sick daugh ter there.-Mrs. L. J. Strong and Mrs. W. A. Shattuck are visiting in liarre. G. T. Abbott, wife and daughter are visiting in Xew York. 'Juite a number from hen- attended the Manchester fair. The Key. Thomas Trarilton, a for mer preacher here spoke from tie Methodist pulpit last Sunday. A number of the liaptist lienomina -tion attended the convention at Caven dish Wednesday. Putni-v. The liaptist sociable last Friday evenin,: was not largely attended, but . it was an enjoyable affair. Methodist church services. Preach - ting at 10. 4-1 a. in., Sunday nation of earth, nir uml !.,. - n,:.t scllooi at 12 o'clock. Knworth I.;o'iu- mark this season as especially danger- ! meeting" p. m. every Thurwlav evening. j""'r"l hrlniiiirni-.l tin: uiienorof iin: elmrdi. ous. The falling leaves, the'decaving j Mr- -NIrH' Coleman from Sioux ! vliVlrT't'lPA tr""' ""H" r,i,an vegetables contribute their share ..f (;!t visiting Will Uwis and j lt..,; ,S ,.'.. Z't., in !,, Normsl -..iiMitiiiiioiiiiii:. jiiMHis narsaparilia mon whoii'i nn.- ini i us- ""', i.-un core eiiu'r- iiiton furnisnes a most valuable safoiMianl at ,la.v a -mile carriage drive, going way hi i.aKe n urge and !iara F. C. Kobbins from Waterloo. . . lii-nrln hi-'.-ui Tu,. , ('. no nit ni-i-ii aiMiointi-.l riiiiiini ' iwrt of the lali; New Voi k In Hie mmdi i n' i , " iit'.un-l Hie i-nl.ili. ol the Into ' ' "I".' hrou.'lii liy in,, imiiiun win, eiaim, to h.'iii' iieen hln w.fe and lolnu i. Ii.-.'M in-.n le.l .-i.e elly to him. she don'l I now when' or liy m, Milneuheie oiu ol liiill.-iiid. rn.llk Myef.ol Woodford i.;i lii.-il when In-.'i-HI .Soinh Mmfirhiirv tin- i.tln-r d.'iv he miw IH'O men lylll)f Willi their (.end, -,,ui,i ,-Jy on Ihe in. I- of tin- ritilroiid track. . train m-ar l.v nan m-liiii) alonx iin.l r'rank ran and onliedihe I Wo men Away, tlnin mviiii.' Hair lieailn. 'I'hi-y were -ound a-lee, and illled iliiir. Kit A. K MM f.Ot TI, MASS. Hi riiHid.Kui. Tin. dlrlrlel M'h.Bilf liemi rimdav, Ml.dWhlt lied leni hei! In So I, Mi., I.uillord fn No , V1h l!i ed In liald Mniiiiialu di,!ri l, Mim llu hllliK Ion :il .North lleinard,!,,!,, ( ,re H,h. r on Hii'kle lll.l, riti-i .Ml-, Merrllleld at Kant Iter linriuion. I'oH'em liinltute opened with ,u H'litiar., W iM-liix from out or town. W e had very hard hall norm W'ednctilay afii'muon whleli did eoii.ldi rahle diiiiiaiie t trull. 'I lin e m ii re tlnilid.-r ,ln,in i le-lwi en 1 in and 1J in tnldliiiiht, are .inl umi.unl In M ,t, inher, hut that wn- iheeuM: on Wi-.lui'n-dav, 'Che I'nllarlan ladle. i..v,. f ,,r,,i.i.,i ,i. liyreh with new eariiet and eui-liton-and mve thesi' important points, and should bi us'-il in the fall before serious so-U-neus has laid vou In .lav by the j toga. -etuinary in adv. I irrtin. i The L'liion Conference i t jonal churches met hen jTin-sday and Wcdnenlay. i port w ill be given next w. I IS. . IS ! Kobbins. visiting his brother. M. 1 e.J are teaching irt enfi.-ld. hook keeper In if Congrega this week A fulldr re-ekr LOCAL. MIOI T I I KillINt III HKI! IOWSS Tin: tot -TY. Jamnli-a. . on; hr.'St had the misfortune to k iiiic bone in his right wrist Mon- t af t'.-rrj. on. He was attended bv I loane. and is doing well at this ing. it Vinton is sick with'scariet fever, j I!. M.rrifield of Xew Vork. a for-1 Mrs. Lucy A. Dean is at her brother's. Cheselton Allen's.-- Mrs. Allen is still quite low.- Mrs. A. .1. Pike returned home last week. Mr. Pike and J. C. Tibbits have each built a log shanty 14 x: 10 on the Kimball meadow, and Mr. Pike is attending court as juryman. 'rs. Lyman L'phain. who has been visiting her niece. Mrs. O. II. Palmer, since the quarterly meeting, returned honi" the 11th. n-sioi-. Wa.f-r- h" f -t. '.vh, " Ihiss at Lis b .v.- of viited here last week. r Cutler has gone to Illinois, has a pastorate. Rupert has been at work in Que iinmer, has got through and home here. --Miss liertha Worcester, Mass.. is visitine Mnrllioro. Mrs. Laura IJurtis fnmi ew Vork is visiting here at Joel liutterfieid's. -'ideon Strong and wife frmn Lincoln. 111., are here on a visit to friends and relatives. A Mr. Thayer from Rock ford. Iil.. is here on a visit to his aunt, Mrs. H. H. Shaw. A lady and her son from Brattleboro are boarding at Orange Higlev's. r- wit:: friends and relatives. Addi b S'-iihifiier and wife of Chicago are 'ting r'-latives here. Dr. Lrigham -vif" ieft last Friday. They will t in th" north part of the state be--" !:-' to her mother's in liuffalo. V. South W llldliani. Clarence Raker returm-ij to Xew Vork city last Thursday. Mrs. Sarah How ard and daughter Maud are visiting her mother Mrs. Rebecca Smith. Flor ence Barber goes to Glens Falls. X. Y. this week. -Charles Adams has: gone to Saxtous River to attend the Ver- i.rookii.,., ; n,ont -Vcailfiiiy. commenced last .Mondav in. looie ' Mi,. .James Underwood teacher. ; The Farmers' Club will open --..- . .oiuin-nce iu -o. j. iie.M ; f meetings Saturday Sept.. 14 U. MisfcNeha Morse teacher. The , j.lV hoklinj; a basket picnic in lienj. Bar--J commissioners have made some j bJ.r-g crovp. A L.T,iia invitation is ; h"us,'-1 Iuore 'oviting by is exteDtil to everv one and esw-ciallv isei f paper arid paint. i to the children, who it is hoped will if s x-if-ty of Lotted Aorkers are ,..,. .u,u!,-. r. ....t.:. . ..: , . . iL r. . I 'i- -piv ,1,.. , . i it .... t-1'..-awiifc: i.i-'.rs. ' let-.her. l.v ..v .. m i. . , , . : 1111 it.- urru r:ui.ii ct .'i'.-iiio.iist Bocietv nave ineiri ? prayer meeting Tuesday even Ht th-ir church. r.. Marsh and family are outin . rrnon. Schools all iiegan last Monday, Km I ma Tyler in X. 1, Kdith Smith" in Xo. j:i, MissJoslin in No. 4, Kllen lirown j in No. o. Jenny Moseley in No. 7. ! Mrs. Solomon Thayer, after a long j illness, passed away at her home last : Thursday night. She was 72 years of ;age. An aged husband, two sons and two daughters survive her and mourn j tin- loss of a kind mother. The town has lost a good woman, i Heavy electrical storms missed over ithe town Wednesday p. m, j Ladies circle will meet in their rooms j next Wednesday p. m. . Kev. Hal I). Maxwell will preach in jtiie Universalist church Sunday at 2.. 'JO : : p. m. i Thurlow Johnson has bought the mill ; 'property of the Furman heirs on Peeler : brook up in th" center of the town. I The ladies at C. H. X.-v. ton's liav. . returned to the ladies seminary in jXorthlield. Mass.. this -.i-k. Miss Xeliie Johnson aft'-r a year's absence ,11a returned to s.-hoo; at Ka-t North field. Mass. -Robert Brooks hi.s re j turned to New Y..rk .-ity. - Kri.est ! Brown, wife, m.-ehi-r ami aunt left for ! Anderson. S. ('.. Monday. Kosw.-li Russel while a.-sistir:g A. liunklce till ing his silo weilnesday. was very ba lly cut on his leg above the knee. 'r. Pratt . dressed the wound, and it is doiuL' 1 well. Miss Ruth Brown l"ft lat Fri day morning fur her school in Kalama zoo. Mich. Mrs. Minnie Merrill Por ' o-r auu son oi i ip-etcf-ei. .Mass.. also Mary Merrill are at C'harh-s Merrill's for a few days. -f ieorge Aidi rmao is ; sufferiBg with carbuncles on his ;.e..-k . jam! arm.- Mrs. Bl.nlg'tt has a i-ar-tntir jbunele oc her chin. --Henrv Brooks is getting in a very nice pie.:.-,. f tobaci.'o this week which is th" last to be har- Dmumeriiloia C eutrr. The much uecdiil rain accom panied with high winds came in tor rents Wednesday night. The schools in the different districts are settling down to worl with the new book just introduced. Carl Hedeu the young Kwitie, who has been under the instruction of Miss Marion Adams, teacher in dis trict No 1. for the past year has pas siil the required examination and en ters the Mt. Hermon school the pres ent term. Z Miss Lucretia Miller has been quite ill. but is recovering. Miss Mary Miller left for Chicago, bv wav f Jioston, last rridav, where she -rill .Mr. Sinitli and w ife and two child ren from Putney visited Saturday anil Sunday at Charles Wright's and' wife. Miss Ulanchard, who has been spending the summer here left Mondav. A few from here attended the fair at hpringtield Wednesday.-Miss Park is teaching Rev. C. V. French tist association at .Mechanicsville Wednesday and Thursday. W. S. Faton tik a carriage drive in New Hampshire last week. lil'Oltkiitlf. Methodist church services. There will be a preaching service every Sun day afternoon, at '! o'clock and prayer meeting every Tuesday evening. Wilmington. If you want to enjoy the straw ride and dance at Stearns' pavilion, tonight, you must be on hand at an early hour. May I Remember there is to be an' oyster in Rockingham. . supper. attended the Ban- i- Those who attended the Charlemont lair tins ween report a very good ex hibition. Now, Wilmington had bet ter wake up and try conclusions with live towns. No fair. Wilmington people fair at North Adams eriL'H.'e in n injiiriei,.,.n ... . i, .... i. ... . t i . . . i . - i , - . . .r - n.- .hi., iiereoi ,iihs ,-aoie .Nicnolsi now .Mrs. -Nugent. an artist from New Vnrlt Pn..i,ii , ,.vt,..,.i Austin Laugh -I Miss Flossie Williard has gone to Mr. Montgom- Florence, Mass. . on a visit to her sis- The session of the rest of th the County court called a number of j just think of it. the people from town. Mrs. Nellie,' Several of tin Willard has returned from S.txtons j will attend the River and is stoning at Mrs Sarah next week. Avers. -Mrs. Fmma Farrar and two! J. C. Newton is n-modi ling th" old children from Newport are visiting j Riddle house on West Main street for her mother. Mrs. Fzra Walker. - Mrs. office and other purpose. It will make Lcvrctt Phelps is on the sick list, ami f a pleasant and convenient place, a number of our people are Buffering! Joe (.filbert's crew of log men have from hard colds.-The manv friends : gone un to Somerset to main, a i:,m City is summering at ton's.- -The family of i-rv Sears, of liostor ( isear Miller's where the entire summer. sin! thev have -Mr. tor, Mrs. Palmatier. Miss Fannie pent j Hall visited iu Saxtons River the first part of the week. Mr. Kverett and j wife have returned from Illinois. I A. ' Rice has gone to Sax tout where Carl attends the V. A. Mi Riv Nn I M Nia -. ! Trinity Kliwoi., I ri---jue-t ol tne i I..r -everal er- p:,-: fet"!'. .1 i hun li, llutlaiei, I. a-, at t.i. -tr'. , pent In iii- re-iirii.ition. Wrwtnillifttrr Wf-l. Maple (trove L'range v.ili hold a bas-k-t picnic at the residence of Hon. William R. Cutting at 1 o'clock Sat- Patrons please nn the day. The !,-c. for the litcrarv i St. vested in t'jwn.-Phiiaih-lihia. P; K'l L-e remend. ranee h shower as visited Grove Wednesday night. There was a 'vivid sheet of flame continually and i when it struck, dishes and glass rattled gat I ..rot it b.,m1 ac if tllA li.iiicn n.ncl f 1 1 aelu and attendine the fair. ; .v .i.. .. v. .i v. :i , - - rtTJ liJl- v loll ,1 null HAI.r ALU lirili i, tewrence.L. R- lningletl with it. Hail fell at Turners kriev an.l family were out of town Falls Hg largP ae butternuts. Up at h i few days. -Merchant Landman , f,rove thev rolled over the flrwr like idmiiv of jr,uth Londonderry, vis-1 njarbes. 'Never was such a thunder at i. 11. toon s recently. i shower seen. The damage cannot be ! learned. B. E. Clark had the misfortune in Stratton. L. Ji. Sprague and wife, Mrs. ' P'-ck and son Eddie Peck of :ikiil. N. V., Dea. (i. Weatherby. Knat tien of Steuhentown. N. V.. Irs. Lyman Cnham of Sand Lake. i- been here attending the Jack.otlvillr. Wilbur .V Kecway's gr;.nd enter tainment at Village ball Sept. lltn. hreeinan Hagar and H. L. are contemplating building a the old site once owned by E. nam. N- R. Grange had a very interesting meeting Tuesday. The discussions of the question by Messrs. Putnam. Chase. Brown i Alien were very earnest and convincing. The songs of Miss Faulk ner. .Miss Loieman and Mr. Johnson were well received. Ibe people of this vicmitv wil Town, hf ml. Pomona Grange huids it-, meetin with West River (.range today. .uiss .iiiue j-oilett lo-gan sch'H,; at South Windham village this week. Mrs. A. !J. Metealf has taken the .-ohooi at Wardshoro village.- -Mrs. Irci Watson returned from Weston iat week, and her sisb-r. Mrs. Ir vir.g Watson is at Weston this week to lieip caj-e for a sister ill with con- urdav. Si-t.t. '.'1 sump tion.- The families of Charles tice the chaiiL'e of tin- il.-,v. Tl.. ',. Austin and Zina Cobb returned this ' turer will arran wi-eK from a visit to Mount Holly, i en-ises. where they attendeii a Morse reunion, j Saturday evening Bert Ormsbv en- j tw-eisty. seven making a happy family t'-rtaim-'l a few of his friends at his party. Ii.-. and Mrs. Osgood made a home in the village. ! n-cent visit to Prof. Call and wife at Farmers are busy (filing their silos, j Peterboro. N. H.. finding them pleas- The dry weather is doing damage ai.t.y situated and Prof, (.'all is fa- this way. pastures are drying up and i voratily iii.press.-d with his new po-j water is very low in many of the: sition.- Mrs. Judson I'erry was raiieti ! springs ami wells. to Shtishan. N. V.. iast week, bv the i Mrs. Amv iJav evnects to leave town' .ias gon- to death of her father. Loren Basting's. I next week to visit her children in th"' for business. - J.F.Ilay lost a valuable family horse i west. Chas. Cutting and family have! last week, it being sick bet a few j gone to their home in Michigan. - II. ; minutes.--.Ur. and Mrs. rrank Howe C. Wei.man is n the siek list. Nellie from Rrattieboro were in town this j Houghton has gone t' K ping. N. H. week, in attendance utK.ri Ibe fmo.r.,1 : ('has. Welitr.an in KU'mlin.f iiiu -iu. Putnam I of Mrs. Julius Wilbur of Wardshoro. I tion at his home here. This week mill on who was brought there f..r hnr-ini nn :soii-enf our VOIinc IS-oo!e on I,, ttieir r rankle Gale, the vouiil'-! n-stni'tive s -hools. Kveret and Xl i st sou of Horace Gale, is ouite sick. ', Go'tsihue to Meriden. Hel for the iiuriiosi- of affording more wat. j for floating their log drives. Charles Ames is home from Fisher's I Island, where he has been at work i through the summer. The guests of tic Forest and Stream ! club all left town Monday. aft"r a most 'pleasant summer spent at the dob ' house. C. Austin Lamb, who died Saturday from consumption, was our popular pro prietor of the Brattleboro stag" line. He had been iii for several months. . though his death came sudden at last. Several years ago h" lost his leg on acroimt of a fever son-, and since that time he has b'-en a great sufferer at times, though he bore his aMliotjons ; witn courage and without murmuring. . He was pleasart and cordial and had 1 no enemies, simply because of his good j nature and good citizenship. He was honest and withal charitable, often i giving of his scanty means to those Jew) '. favored. His funeral was held at the ( Methodist church at :l o'clock ami the ! interment was in the village cemetery, j H" leaves a widow and a mother. The plumbers have finished work at the hot"l this week. Now the hot"! is j furnished with hot and cold wat'-r. ' bath etc. C. M. Russell's house will be lltted 1 hot and ' ; -New llaiiip-hli li.ith I rn.ii ii and l.l.l .m II, Oi J. Matud ilaveioiort in l.n I herei-a Halt: ha- a po-iiien ; i M-aiiL'c. ! Mi--lieila Kninklln of llrattlelioro, liai. hwn . il-l!ii. fileiei,, in i.,',vn, Tlie.-oti: and eoal -l.e.l ol the Ulelil.tirif road at l li.irleliioiit, had II lied '.Mtn e.,l,e and colli, wa- l..rnei -in, .lav ue ,n i ; c-. 'I lie lo--. wan 1 eoli-lderalile. '1 M. -,,,r,. ,,.,.,. r.t ,i, i,,., -iilplior ore romp.my arel tin; !.,n i.vered . liridii.-,-rmi,ifti; the lieenieid rher to the village i lioth eant'lit on lire. I, at Mere -aved. Tin; hmlgK , in the o-de-t anywhere III the .ei-lloli. ' Joim K Kre-ho.ir, ho 1, cmpioti-d at the Itoli. , ert in.otet l Oreenlleld, lei. on a k n . I - ,atur : day and rut it eriUi, ifili In out of lii lega. Tie: new Kr.ltiklin eountv tnildle lio.ltat at l i.reenl.eld was opened Mondai- tnornliiif with Ml-N I. lianlel. Inehirire. several patlenui . lone already loren admitted, and the ward phy. : -ieian. haii- i,e-uu their regular l-it. j l.reenlield had her tln-I wirlo.i. trolley :uv. I dent Monday u henthe. hore of I.ui'Iiia S t-'lelil "f M..i.t.i-.-iie wa friidit.'iii.-il hi-a ear on l .lay ; lil'l, run airaln-t n po.l, .leu...il-lie. il,e earrlaic't; and threw the .eiipa.i:s out. Mr r. e aped with, few hrul-i', hut Mr- l-'leld u ; ha.lly Iniiired on the r..rehead, fihwuMrr an-l It h li-ared that Itt-r plne w hurt. I..i. itlinn Athlev, T'.i, a leading farmer and :itien. died at M- horn'- In Dei-rlield at II j ii'i'loi-k Sunday nl'.-ht. I l 1'o.ilti r of i.rci ntleld. leave next week I- .r A.al.au-a, where he w.il In; en-rajie.l etale II- hiiif aceii.-ie, i,,r the tt iley p.ihli-hlnif com. pany. 'I K-iU 111 hK.T'1 'H M1TWI. 'lee l.eantifijl ,M;,.,, I,;,- temple on Treiuolit -ireei, IJ.,.t-,nf t,e pride of ihei-tatt in that eilv, ami ti.e o'ljeet ol tt,e :idiii.-.ition of the M-itinx Knight- 'leinpiar diinn Hie ri-ent eoneiave, wa- nearly .ie-fneed ic. lire -aiiudav lii.irniuK. Vcr; llule of tin- -,.eii.ld fin u:t ure, i.iiuahle ri'gana. and t-neeie.. noi'ieeent. and en, oleum were -aie-l. n ittne !I.ine c ; h tie-torrent of iiat.-r pooie ''i..'.ii'-'. "ihe entire interior i . ''i,.- :,,. . t-.tiiii ited at "i'fj,"!'.. 1 f.ou:, A Lie. l..,H.e.-.er ii Naiam.ll iiank, We-til.-ld, . and :-- m w in at 11.,-t. -li.-rt in hi- :e.-oi.nt.. II not -''. en lit to -.Jpj.'.rt hi. -t i- .'.' ; i o:d aiel .iti.e.ir tie.:. VI.-- Carrie !.. lard ol i . met di a.ii in a ll l.-litloi teano. -to'ldaid ia.i. re.ir.y i.'-r l.n v. aivai ii. .r-,- draiiii. a l,-.'ht u.i her. !..- wa-Ihroiin .i.iwnai.d am-t. II.- 1- I In. w a- i iitiied ore ol i.iiU.Jt. ...ielel, t H eek ;t 7 it a-. He -ill1 ;-, Ma. !"' Iiir .li-ar'i I lier l.ody J 1. 1 ai. m itliin hall an h.irj.-, w a-oiii, tin- -Ir iier h e, d.'-e Ka 111 -! w.-ei. li-H le, -.i iii-u a ruu oil .....li.-d :i(ho ..ne ol o:e -liall t!..- wai-t, eailr 'I le-i e Vi no :n.-1. een th.'-o-n n I!.-. Ihl'.v niirnt -lohtl Mail a'i o! New I! it noma ,-arliae at M A.,, .11. 1 t.i- knee l.i d ;-ioi ate.i. ' M'.i' Irom a neat;.- latai loi -. dlonl. a n-. M.. in lay He ii a. Ml-t a. --Idem. MS K. Put- WHnffw.lav. - 'i&r t'-rJv njw-tinc f f Free I-'c .mating was well attended ; HroBd this .j. the i I ! i . . , ii''" iwuw j timer. ,'"e,ed in pord coE'iition and a good yieid. jjia.-er the mill, put, in ma Tfaere h?"' leD X"J' i" 'ns: , lrds takes a ten ears' l-ase. tne oerrv iain io cui nis nana r.aa:y ljJeasietj to itarn that Frei-man Hager - on a naroni ne iit. . j,a!! leased the Putnam mill sit" of H Everyone is hurrying their iK.tatues l. Putnam, and will build a mill this out of the ground : rotting badly is the fai. 5r. Tutnam builds th" founda genera! report. Corn is being harvest- tion and furciihes tn.wer. ard '.'r hitery aril TV ,. '..! ::.. - . . ."m: i- ii-T. J.I.T- iiuuia: I,, it dI.ii-i.1-ii. i-et .,1 i . .-. .. ved the pleasant weather T'; r. "..1 rTi "' " .1 t: ; cal ' K-o r-iinera.iy on tne papers v ... -i .,:.,,. ti, " '. ' 1VJ ,ri"'" "e- --" i-"i i-'--' .circuiaieii ! a " " i ri ? ii , ,rl" 'and even thing to t.other the iife out -is 'Cr;.'- bv Kev. I- H. Sr,raffue : .1.- t ' . 1 :. , .... . i---c--- -01 me i.iusv iiouseiiiie. ".'jltnev. ' . 1. r.'- !.. l it 'e suit. L. A r. 1 erice vs. ,makir.g the second er.e he fcas lost this I'iif.-ecse.Itried here before Jus- Uummt.r .Mr. mlMrs. O. R. Dix bar? ". -artin on the.jth. judgmeiit .L,iiCg a few davs in R.-stoC ; for piaictiff for eX acd,al,t vi.-iEitv. We are f leased t rer-rt --1 uefecdant r,k an appeal toi Mjs jr,3ith y Eraw as teacher in ; ''V,r': , , , 'No. 4 this falL The list f r .nj Itoth u.-ti nas lauen a large -?ldiFtrict Xof- " ami i make up eight A- St'-warL ar.d has legun (Fchoiar5 to Ettend.-Miss Clara A. i Proutv has cot ten at'ie to attend rnlv v- .lri. -,J" " on ,,fie i a few days on account f i..cess. Dr. 0- J"we as xeacneraci ,f'ri,m ,,, tv.'raite. Mas f T . O. H. Palmer carrying jto visit ter Tuesday -o. .j: in .o. .j .-uit r. liberally ate. the stocK comMacv to rebuild on the site burnt the .'dub. "and 'to Mr. Hag-r's ;nt'-nd-d enterprise. , We may see f,.rn,er thrift and enter prise jet. Miss Mattie C' rse i ,,n tie sick list.- Ransi.m Royd has r'-turn-il home fn.'Ui hif visit. Parley Crown is ir. town today. Miss Mary Craven is on Ja vacation. Another lady occupies her irifiticn at the M. K. church until her j return. El-en Tuttie The stage driver, lis on the sick list. Mrs. J. R. (iit.l 1 cow has returned from Rratt elv.rr. was called jTfce Roberts families attend the fair at with modern imiirovein coin water ate! a furnace. Miss Jennie Thayer, who has been here :' on a visit for several days has returned j to her home in Springfield. Mass.- - ' Will Sfarns' horse tok his bits in his ti-eth one ii:,v ttiiu it-.i.o ..-liii.. , n and Frank i ilnii in,, l,,,,.i,..r J.i i 1.;. ;i, t,.'. 1 Vt.. acadi-mv.Marv Plumb i ...... i-v-.i, u.. 1 1 ... niiiei;.'.-.ii-ine utiiui! ,a, not seriously injured.-Mrs. Frank i began schon, ,n Uist. .No. .1 Monday. M1h'h and Mrs. Vogle have been in 1 -Bertha Miher is home from Boston, Burlington several .Java. -The railroad j W o l"",? forf v? ninths- (. hauges time next Monday after which -Mrs. Bwie F uller and children have ; but one train a dav will bV run.-It is ' beeii at Mrs. C has. Halls the past ' Kai,i that "Big" Charlie Bovd. who week J. M Power? is attending , IJC,. ,,,.,1 h,,r js ,j..a,I.-Tennis : court at .Newfaiie. Miss J ulia Miller ; f'rte,,n,d,o o-t.t t,. n. ...,:..! .... tun.ed ti h,-.- home in New ; Weiiues-lay to meet his wife and child Mth. (jeo. ftmtiieh has with her,-itii wt., l,u e..t,,,.,i ... r:i...: are I..J..L- f...... .. . !,......... 1 it.... 1-1. -.,-...... I . 11 ' -. , V. . ... ., . . v.q, ...... our 'r"r.,i""ru -V -"asau s.- .Mrs. ! ior - iiy i;ae n-iurewj i iliht , . inet is here and evervbiflv M.-rriam returned from Biton last -after sitenMing a part -1 the summer , .sltff to have enough to do. - f jeorg'e : .urday. after a week s stay there la towm - Mrs ' trank Harlow and s-tn j Mitz.who was formerly a manufacturer .r.tV- 'VvT wiii.WiieK i-u. iiw naiien i.ass are at j ,D s-arsburg. is vi-it ing in town. - ... m...u. i.. . .tif re- . .'oijii'-'orij iiiii. - .111a rmaros u m trie furnitur. i,-nu 1 iima irom iteuows r a:.s is 1 slopping at r.liza .ovle.l s. JJrs. visitiLg friends. Mis. liuWrja Thav- ' er from Kansas City and Miss Ker'.a ' F-ase of Weston have been guests at' . 2 Romans., Thayer s. - Mr Kanny gTO the PUPIIC. flow ard from Chicago visited hi-r re- ! 9 ct-ntly.- Air. and Mrs. Crouch anil Lamont'i French Vin Tonicnm (Tonic daughter from Chicago are soendintf , f Winel i ft- a 1 v tie mt Mrs. Arthur Blood has been ijuite j Campbell t - - . an i::e wees. -missi-s firaec : Bhft-I and Nellie Mason left on Wed nesday for the Northrield sch'toi Miss Bertha Covey went tu New Vork this (week.- Mrs. Mae-well returns to her .Boston home this week. Charles ! ej Stebbit.s is filling his silo this week. v 11. Miles returned home last week. - C. W. Meacham is visiting his parents. Edward Ila'e is visit- 55 V mix- Liniment tin pr- e-ut , t,jr mth) iji iijir; -ny.jjttXi Id li4 i-r li- Irr A J-.-fci.-.rL it .mm HU)f,i - rt Jyxi Ivr w-hr.T i-fitv. 'Jr:t v t at t.n- ixw -i'J'j-L I; C-4 Z'.'.ix, Z:rt Tirut, Z:izzt itl 2tU Com:!., U. 'f., CTrrlj, 'A-. b U r Vvti. HJ, -m:..c i'i;f)iv eoru;i, J jm l.;it. Mill Jt.ij'.f rlrif.. Ji;ii-t.-J iVk fr.-r. J'm.--. K- jt 14 tr fcij onu-irii. 1. K.joHNSf Ac ' "Best LiverlPill Made." arsons' Pills p'it!T-Ijr -ur- HitlfHi-n '.! H k lira Ja'h. t'.vrt ri'ltiiiltori,t,ji;',V. 1l y i: Itrip-iUn If -tn l.ol- Jht." ww.'-r f "1 (f"( f ii- f fruM tieifiy tj. fti-. '-m : J.vr J fc-nr,. frr. ir.Z in aTk Citv. Mr. ami Mrs KztH harn- of LaDsiiiyburyh. . V.. .has : Vork. V, .v 11 xi jirrV: J1K" ?n :riy- Kiln Yk ami wif iiediu a:ju .ure. i. . iiii.-ox oi ew bufcinss and He ein- .!vn "i-ir.t visit. ; hev i bv ir. i b i:.,.i.t.iii in' i riiTsr.e;.J .Mass.. tnis wee. Kev. ir. v.rct vtis ort-r iini trat sh oy.i: ,il !"-. - : . i i;. T . .1 t :s as teacher: in Xk Cu.n lwin t W:n Mrs. Ida Newt' t i Staffer,. ref.irceO home V Stafford rerry U-gau school on the ! ac,, fath,r w. K. cf ( .rteld. Thurs-iav Mrs. F.Vt frown is ..n , . ihavelen guests at Patiel rise's . the i, is list E. -I. C'-rkins wa in i--.il. ni.t:y.ujt. !for week.. Mr. J.-hc Xickerf-.n'T,.wr m busmen this wek H L. at Oroijt fr-md. enjoy ing .aE,i Mr. W. Pratt have rLt -r -- hight of the aTty , ... v,,rrH i.-i.n fro::, the far West. Mass. their hufban is Leirs in bi;si aer i f rain was accom- c v,r re. nan stones aco; me the week with their cousin. Mr. C'tetiey. at their old home, the Whre place. John Broughton and M iss Laura Lewis from Bio-jmington. J.. ar guests at LrtarJ-s Tr; Irani Mann of 'ircester l:a recently visit-J at t.liot bee's. Mies Alice Cheney tu.-n-d to her tu i t W Mas. ! wonderful HEALTH r".ft MiVUUU Ol the chemist; a Remedy that will a j make too u feel as u life f wu worth FLE8H living. mi Mass.. Wether- ba re- ireester. down the buildings. K Hi l.rrrH RiTr. J .-r p. ace. last occupied I y Mrs. IJe.-ec T. Erietam tu i in the churcn urfiay. ?epT. i t. ai iv; "i .ii. agt-ct f tb Amer- io'cl-ck. j n U.. J Mis Marv C'utticc f WestaiinstT it e . S Beecham's pills for consti i pation io and sz'. Get the book at your drucist's and i'jght-r. hat 2 the t..wn. !a gu'-t at R T Cutties'. A. L Bailey, a well known citizen "f Kug-r.. Orf-g-'D. says his mife ha t"r t-arr tteen troubled with chronic diarrh-m and ut-d many renj3ien with litt;i relief ultiI she trie-.! Cfaaadier lain' CVtiic. Cholera ar.d Diarrhiea Remedy. Lich fc cored t-r sound ' as J well. Give it a trial and you will , rurprinoi at the rirou.pt "relief it , - - i " r iTio 1-11. W i-tr IBS ly F. E. DurgiD. Oruggist. jjv. it for Nervoui Exhaustion, loss of Ap- lESft dicestion;: P ; . 1 1 . . i , l . f.. : . - t I .,1. . t m Ato...llT-, -V.lBL.jt..'tlJ, t.'.rv Q Energy and vaiitU Keitewi ol broken T UU I M hUth. J tuiosr rnors tis iosictm will do it. Trritatonca. tLTO rter bottle. 3 for tlllOK Tb- teach-iii for the fail term of school are Miss Aii-e V"ijey ,.f Ritck ingham in district No. 1: Mis Adejja Clark of Bellow" Fai.'s in distri' t No. 2: and Miss Stella Cr- of Northfieid in district No. .'. J. M. Rowers and Miss Minnie Smith are the deji-gat.-fi chien to at tend the state ci,cier;tioc the C. K. so-iety at Ruriir.gti-n n-xt week. Airs. Maua I)f-I'uiror retumei A.baty Saturday Mrs. Kanov Whitney if Salir.a Kansa'. was town .ast ". - Mrs. Oxcar Mile-r (.titter ar.d her niece. Mies Je-ie Bail of .Jackson. Michlgar. vieit'il in toun 1 ri'-iiv. Condition to K. in r.f Keeps Chickens Strong i:.dhia''l:v: rtrt-.s y-tuf yu'.' to '.tvnz rart- ; c. i -T I :' ;'.: :i r lc r ffi..-r jr -uf-. i! t '-. i.. .v. ..-ra. X--V Jti.r ri. , Atnen. L.vt C'Jtt-. '.:.--- (tA-. It is a powerful food IMgc-Mlt r. LrEt Can re Moit Eccnotiucil to B-Jf. Ifr. W'vj.iair.' piles: piles: mles: I Vtmtit- m.-l it. tlsiz I'l. il S $2.50. Sold by ail Leading Drtigglsu. J 'rt tl t-nx., : j.. tw iwlu t once. S J. C. Fbcdeejck With, Analrtical S j ? ''I'' iyra tmij i vr r- c t: m ";';."- T:""rT; I tm mtm t a . ry .v. - f - -. m.mti. nw? w. Ul 91 jT flZ. , g i rar.is "-w fcir un fi m tux, , ILLIA ifri, CO- rnt t. Ctrrelurl. O i ".a t riUri!"f. ' r'tt-.- W ri7 II P5-- iirir't-t -mtt,m 1". fowl w t s. m.K f"f yjr. tl M Itfm raat r-t II mrmd t Ah rtrmt mmmw" ft LT T-w f W. Wt . Bti4 nt -h f'fMrm t f'i-r' ffi. zz