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THE BRATTLEBORO REFORMER, FRIDAY, JULY 26, 1907
hrlh0eIdL Mass. prOTKCTION IN CASE OF FIRE (X BewrvJir Opened During Wed- xM Slt by unnowu """" tfd Water Supply Aiiowea n Oo to Waste ,,- i offered iy tlie i.lllnTS OI lit" ,-i.l mucin ,v tor IIIO Ill III" Vc-li-"'" 111 !"- ,,iii . it .' " oi.lt 1,,-hl.- n'H.ll .' '"j .'! il. iil.-iitiliiatioii hihI t' :..! in i ho conviction of ,..in ttlin raised t lie wa i. eimir rant of tin) vil uight. This reservoir i if dwolliiujs on Main i,.,i, with wafer. It in lor tlii nyuimiM. in ft rat" li-t i-M' . ,,,i. .M.n'ii'l yesterday morn io had been oH'iicil t ho : tir.illy dry and there ,1,1. pressure in the hy , i. imvii him been prac ,i. tir as tire protection then. Vigorous picas i.il.in to apprehend the crime nml if he in i . will lie prosecuted to ,t i.f the law. youiit; Women's Confer- Last Friday. .n nf the young women s last Friday even- .nu.uallv large attendance ...nieience ha Its recog t. Miniiiier's program. setinoiis were given by i in.iii. rector of St. An- ..nU.TM. Dr. Meyer of I. ;,,1 liev. Dr. R. A. i ,,.,-tj-t who i so closely W.rthlield. having liail ,,e hero for many yearn. ; evangelistic work he was ,.t tin- Moody Bible insti-Sin.-e then' lie has most ,'lii, ted revival meetings I ii, hi. England and Can i working in this eoimtry. ,,i!i. M. Alexander, wno a inger, are expected to we i Aii.--i-t-. 01 I'll, 11 of the cuce li.' "' 1 . .1... 1 l-" " ,l.in.- 1 " n. r."- !l tl... l.T.C'l siimiii.'i' 1 li;- .tl'ltl'll.!' ,f t'lll. I-.'. oi.l;l!t " Au-tnili.'i- I i ii. "t s li.. ami liiin'ii' W (Saturday reunited in a awre of 3 to J. in favor of the Northtield team, of Mr. and Mn l.Vn.,1, 11, .11 f i.i .i i .nr. ami .Mr, l ied Fuuntt nlm l .ports were the liH. inoon aim one aurnc- ilii- tennis tournament, ;;',;,,' t the conference being !,,, ,.,' Hartford, Cn ,e n:ii,i.T ",u''".r r. s,.),,,, w.irii met ior me " , . t ,ii. nn.li.r t ie ili um ill Il,imm"N .. ,.n n.'-i .It Mllllli I..HMKU lllir.-. .... ,vl T S I'. 111. I" 'He AlHlllOI'lUIII U" ,.,i. ivl i.'-.'iHlug me .unijicBav.u..... (j',- Jli-i""". Dutch Reformed, :a .t.l. JSaptlst, rresnvicrmii, 1.1 i-t J 'ill. l.iuiiei.ui, i ' t. ,al mi.l Friends, ur. r. i. oeen S. Conant ot Jios tlic summer school i-t Kj.i-i.'l il ,,,, "II lias it-crii.ij d i.ii-i.i.-iit ot tlie worm ot mi. i n il i.inai (-hwiuj ,i in -oiiti'd to the audience on ;,aV lit' 111'' )I.lUL-iii, ui tt'- Sunday school association. E. ll niii'l Manwoou, ciiairninii ui eseniUti' i ..niuuuee, is hie i""" ,rall .,, t.,r tlie prominent Bpc.mc. v., I,,,,., l',,lif.ifsiin lirown Lind- m f dmna Christ i, Mrs. Lucy Vi.lt. author of In Circles of ami Mr-. Helen I!. Montgomery, Ut v.'.ir tv.m much favor lecturing a her own hook. Christua Kedemptor. i Imc he is to go to the Chrmtau- wiiililv at Chautauqua, is. rt ilio is to i.'ivc the same tarns, nei s uv i!lu-irated witn a series ui ie ai'tfriioons are spent, in drives, or tvalks, while many u not tuHn. in giiiiii's on tlie campus are quietly ymg the l.eaiilitiii views uuw Mi, IB Katie Ii'.use is visaing uci .iv., . John Dale. ,ree Pi.cr is at home and is engaged arrisje painting. $n Mari..ii.- Ware has gone to is- to do settlement work. mes F. t allemler, younger son of W. Cullender, is visiting relatives in town. .rk tv ill m. n Login on the center Ihuii-o i.,v k-tter plumbing arrange- Itoliliiim of Oimige were called hen tliis wwk on nrtvunt of the death of their uncle, Willium ltin-d. Chnrle. lleinis of Xew York city in "topping at l'erliam'a lun and calling iukiii relativea in town. H in iter, Mm. J. 1). Stratton of AlUton, was exiwcted tho lirst of the week. Had news has lieen heard from Mm. (leorge Field, who was in ill health when she went to visit her son's familv near Ito.ton and now is seriously ill with little hoH!n given of her recovery. Xearlv 30 liuye teams including hay racks, barges, tullyhos. church wagons mid automobiles wem pressed into service to transport tho delegates of tlie young women's conference to Mt. llcrmoii last week. The Toymakers will be given in Green field July :l by the Jollities and the plot seems to lie attractive enough so that several automobile parties may go from here. Mrs. Hopes was called to Coney Island last Thursday on account of an accident to her wm in an automobile collision at that plan', ('onciisiini of the brain was fcaiwl and two ribs were broken, but now his condition is belter nnd hopes tire entertained for his recovery. Kdtvard Murdoch, who has business interests in the south, is here to attend to the disposition of his farm crops, lie reports the rublier trees to be in line con dition, two-year-old trees being from six to nine inches in diameter and 30 to 40 feet high. Mr. M unlock expects soon to return to Central America. Miss l.ney Holmes of 1'omfret, Conn., a graduate of the seminary in the 'Wis and now a resident nurse of the lioys' school in I'ouil'ret, is here attending the summer school of Sunday school workers. During her vacation Miss Holmes is working on the Williams genealogy, sev eral descendants being located in this vi cinity. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Chamberlain have been siending their vacation with Mrs. Chamberlain's parents, Mr. and Mrs. 11. II. Chamberlain. During the time the C'hanilterhtin family spent a few davs at Spotlord lake. Mrs. S. O. How ard, a former resident of this town and now of Westmoreland, was met by the party during the trip. William liced, 83. died in Northamp ton last Friday morning and the funeral was held from' his late residence on Ma ple street Sunday afternoon, Hev. D. M. Wilson otliciating. Mr. liced, although not a native of this town, spent nearly all of his life here, the only surviving mem ber of the family, W. Chaunccy Rceed, his brother. Iieing also a resident of this town. Knfeebled by age, Mr. Heeds mind has been affected in the last tew years so he had been a great care to his wife who survives him, but it was only a short time ago that she consented to his removal to Northampton. He had no children but leaves several nephews and nieces. The lawn party last Thursday was verv suci'essfiil from every point of view, nca'rlv W being added to tlie treasury ot tlie 'I'nitarian society. Through the courtesy of M. 0. I'erham the party was luunmlilf. nn the irrounds nd- joining l'erham's Inn which under the skilful management ui n. . ... -lev were most effectively decorated, flags, the national colors, ropes of Jap anese lanterns and greens being used in verv pleasing arrangements on the vari ous booths and different parts of the ground. Among the principal feature were tie IJixiging iii ', : Ti with her cabbage patch, the fortune te 1- ance. NOETHTIELD FAEMS. Fdward Fisher of Gardner is a guest of his brother, h. E. Fisher. Miss Ellen Merrinm is entertaining one of the teachers from Sunderland The cars are responsible for the death of a pet dog belonging 10 u.u. the trees and some trees were blown down, lino near W, A. Cami'MI's fell on tho wire of the new telephone line tearing it down. J he lightning struck huge maple near the house of Finest Ititioks ami splintered it and one part fell on the house. BEUNAEDSTON. K. E. Henjamin broke his wrist Mon day afternoon while cranking his auto mobile. F. A. Corey has marketed 101 bushels of line strawberrie from his farm this summer and is now selling rasplicrries. There will lie a band concert on the park Saturday evening and the women of the Methodist church will serve ice cream and cake from (1 to 9 in the town hall. The triennial reunion of the alumni of rowers Institute will be held in the town hall Wednesday, Aug. 14. ltusiness meet ing at 11 a. in. The women of Goodale Memorial church will servo a dinner at noon. This will be followed by good speaking and sociul intercourse. SOUTH VERNON. I.. W. Drown is on the sick list. Mrs. Fremont Fairman is not as well this week. Miss Lizzie Palmer is at home for her summer vacation. Mrs. Sarah M. Tut lie of Springfield, Mass., is visiting at K. O. 1-ee's. . Miss Ashley of Springfield, Mass., is visiting at F.'G. Scott's this week. Homer Harvey of Wcstport, N. II., has finished work at Warren Shine s. Mrs. Martha Tyler has gone to West ISratllclioro to visit her daughter, Mrs. .1. L. Stockwell. liev. J. William Denton will preach in the chanel Stindav at 11 a. m. and in Johnson hall at 7.30 p. m. Mrs. G. F. Gould and her daughter Gincie have gone to Fair Haven, Mass.. for an extended visit with Key. and Mrs. F. E. Brooks. Fn.uk. lie worked . short-time at the J friends. Edgar ; and I ft-w .n Hctreat but a-ide from that he lis-1 nimnie. uiu .,..".. ......... K.....I n.i tl.M fM.iu where he died. Ilo was a great reader and well versed in ancient history. Ho wrote regularly season I-.,.!-., llmi hen have bought the Drown 4 J'orter null and have lvn taking aleps for a MiKr in the north part oi mo'io erect a mm on mc rm - slate ami occasionally a. pie w f.,r tlm New Knuhiiid Fanner. Ho was of a retiring disiKisilion, going very lime into society. His family have the sym pathy of the community. WEST HALIFAX. Miss Eliia lirown has returned to New fane. ltev. W. J. Vile is in Andovcr this week, Ed flodnrd has bought the Adams farm of V. F. Clark. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Whitney are both on the sick list. Mrs. W. J. Vile doesn't gain as fast as her many frL'iids would wish. Mm. Sarah Thiirlior has relumed home from her visit in Jlrattleboro. Mr. and Mrs. Aldis G. lirown of Mil lent Falls, 'Mass., have la-en in town vis iting. Mrs. (ieoige Worden has had another real sick spell this week but is better at this writing. Mrs. Mary Porter has returned to Hint tlebnro alter visiting her sister, Mrs. ti. I,. Clark, several days. C. h. Messick sold last week the U'avit Smith farm for Horace Smith and Lthe woodlot for A. C. Jones on the I a - F , U..1.I ... Ul ....L- .....11 A' vert Jones place. .-"ii m yiu -llartoii of Newport, N. H. There will be no preaching in the Paii tist church Sunday on account of the absence of the pastor but the It. . 1. I', meeting will lie held in place of morn ing serviie. Sunday school as usual. WHITINGHAM. VERNON. Mrs. Ann Lamb has been spending sev eral days with Mrs. Julia Frost at her summer home on Tyler hill. Kittredge Holicrts, one of the men thrown from the footbridge into the river at the dam-site, has recovered sufficient ly from his injuries to return to bis work. Mrs. W. M. lieed nnd daughter, lieu trix. i-eiurned from their visit in Hart ford and New York last week nnd after a short stop at M. I. Heed's went to their home in Montindier Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Stnten took a pleasure trip to Springfield Wednesday in their automobile, returning fortunate ly in season to escape the severe shower on Wednesday evening. Col. I. E. Webster s friends win oe Blind Wood Sawyer of Shelbiirne Falls a Native of Whitingham. Everv village of any size, Shelbiirne Falls with the rest, has its sons of rest, men who are like those inhabitants ot Maine who said, in response to a ques tion as to what they did. , replied that some days "we set and think and some davs we' just set." "I'llcle" John Street er' the blind woodawyer of Shelbiirne Falls, is a man who works because he wants to do something and is not content to meri'lv loaf. It was only day before veslenliiv that a business man of Shcl liurne Falls said he had to work in the hot sun himself as he could not lure any one to work for him, the only men with out jobs being those who prefer idleness to work. Had they gone up Undge street thev would probablv have seen I nclc John Streeter at work under his canopy, contributing his mite to the wealth of lie country, n " - , ...i i ....... un, unkind for I niui n ii nes wneii iniii-i .... .-- - - ... .. in the village Tuesday's grange meeliiig was well at tended. The program in charge uf As sislaut 1-ectiiivr .Mis Mildred Corse con si.ted ot selections from Mrs. t.eoige Coleman. E. H. Stetson, W. 8. Allen, niu ,ic bv licit Im Faulkner and Lottie Net wm. (Jiicstioii. Im tho Fanner Need a Vacation as Much as the Professional Man? CiKEEN UivCS. Minnie Pond is at work for Mm. Will Higlcy. S i of the fanners have finished hay ing this week. Mrs. Elliot High-' is visiting her son, William Higlcy and family. Agnes Gates of Hinsdale, N, IL, is at home for a two weeks' slay. Mis. ItailsT and Mrs. Gutcs of ljcf nurd-ton are visiting their niece, .Miss Elie (iates. Mrs. Fannie Thomas has a brown leg horn ben that has laid an egg i'i I...- in l iiviiuilcrence and (Hi inelies long. Inside this egg aside from the reg ulation yolk and white was another per fectly formed egg with shell intact. WILMINGTON. The Child tavern is well filled with summer guests. Mrs. F. W. Choatc's mother from Al bany is visiting her. It. V. Itiiltertield is spending his sum mer's vacation in town. Alton ChamlMiluin of ltuffalo, X. V, is visiting his parents. A. M. Parmelcc is collecting the village tax of 73 ivnts on a dollar. Miss Ellen Putnam of !pn"KficJ Mass., is a guest of Mrs. N. P. -McDonald. Mr ami Mrs. J. IL Iluckley and daugh ter spent Sunday and Monday in lien nington. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hrown anil fam ily of Kecne, N. H., are visiting at Mills lirowu's. " Mrs C. M. Hussell and Mr. and Mrs. McDonald returned from Greenwich, N. V., Friday. Another old n-id.-nt. Mrs. Jonathan Corhett, is dead. A sketch of her lite will le given next week. Mrs. Waite and son of North Adams and Miss .May Averill of Hartford, Conn., are guests at Elhie Pikes. Mr and Mrs. James H. Newton of Hoi .. .i la enme Monday to their sum- Finer Foods Daintier Desserts Tl,r.'ll K rlnlrlna t tlie Utile and all mouths will be luiuriously fed if the cook gcU our book of omiHUL RECIPES AHD C00KIHG HELPS and profit by the mine of information It contain! for t.. K... ..,...... ( In nnirnl. In it two well-known cook give the benefit of much special study into the value of ttlNGSFOBUPS OSWEGO as n aid in cooking and baking. It U a revelation of the magic power of thii famous product, wnose wnoicsomc- ncss, puniy aim nccuuar i y muuic j,iuw. n..- it the standard of quality for over half a century. Get the genuine Kingsford'i Oawego Corn Starch. Made for over fifty years at uswego. ah grocers, In pound packages, io ccnu. T. KINGSFORD & SON, OSWEGO. N. T. NATIONAL STARCH COMPANY, SUCCESSORS. Putney andVicinity glad to know that he is recovering from a . . . :n ,i ..-;il, Mm poster 'a ins recent nines, nun " - , lin heen addded to the list -iili-iTibcrs with a call nuiu- will tro todav to visit tor a tew uajs with relatives in Unit tleboro before re turning to his home in Florida. The men employed on the Connecticut river dam wil be able every Saturday hereafter to go to Unit tleboro after their flav'e work and return the same evening. A new train has been added to the sched ule, leaving Urat tleboro for ernon at 1(1.30 every Saturday evening. Miss Mav Januith. daughter of Mr. and a ii .l.imiltli informed her pa rents hist evening of her rescue tn the explosion which occurred on 1 now ay nt ternoon in the Pope building on Columbus avenue, Uoston. Miss Jaquith is em ployed as a stenographer there and with a score of other girl employes was brought to safety by tlie elevator boy, Arthur Hit clue, who bravely ran the elevator through smoke and flame three tunes to rescue them. soft ahor. job and to tin n o ui run ot eood lionesi , man like Mr. Streeter i son. mcr 'home, Ucavcr Urook farm. The recent severe showers have done damage to l lie iiigiiwujs, lv where n work Has lieen uone mw still Hill. in i almost totally blind, -Mr. ; ls seen working away at who, although not obliged to twilK, does work Is-cause lie cannoi mmmi ...-..iv.iive vears of hl'C. feeble strength and Streeter may the big pile" of four foot wood standing! s 1!iv,.r Hl,,,et which will be oci easterly fro... the building of the II. S. .,, ,,. ,. N. lilacklord when eo The farmers are getting aiong l,,wlv with their haying on account of r..inv' weather but are securing a good '' Perry M. Davis Is building a new u.... Will 1- uivu com- PUTNEY. Doath of Mrs. Laura E. Gorham Mon day Afternoon. Mrs. Laura Eliza (Smith) Gorhain died at her home Monday afternoon after an illness of about one year. Mrs. (iorhain was born in Wilmington, June 2. ISP., and was one of 11 children of Sylvester and Judith (Tahncter) Smith. She was married t John Hnilcy Gorham, April 8, PtTo. and had since licen a resident of this town. Mrs. Gorham was a mem ber of the Congregational church, a wom an of hue Christian character, a kind .,.,;!. i.r nml friend, a devoted wife and mother. Itesui week. Mr. and Mrs. Pierce accom panied them as far as Uoston. Mrs. Emma L. Charles of Milwaukee, Wis., was a guest of Mrs. Julia Lyman the lirst of the week. Mrs. Frank Harlow and three children of' Maiden, Mass., have been gwyts pf Mr. and Mm Iloliert Miller. Mrs. Fred Mood and daughter, Huth of Springfield. Ma-s., are with .Mrs. Ulood's mother, Mrs. Mary Jennison., Mrs. Alice Freeman and children, who have been spending several weeks at V. S. Fenn's, have gone to Weston. Mrs. A. V. Pettingill and daughter and granddaughter of Portland.. Me., were re cent guests of Mr. and Mrs. U. P. lul laiii. Mrs. Ellen Ward returned from Spring field. Mass., Monday, where she has been her husband she ! spending a few days with Her daiignicr, , i. . i: r..l; 11 C..r. ; l... U.,11.... Met. .a f. leaves one daugiuer, .m ;" ham two sisters anil one brother, .Mrs. yr imd Mrs. 1 alter Atcherson and Fdw'in Coi-se of W est Northtield, A1a8., j djiihri of Ilion. N. V.. and -Miss Alice Mrs George E. Havnes of San Diego, I .lol,erson of Heading. Mass., are guests Oil., and Sylvester Smith of Farming-1 f ,inj U. F. Atcherson. ton. Mum. The funeral was held at her .,.... .. .lasses Nos. 8 and 10 H' . 1 ..I.,.. .ri..imn,iii nl z - . . . . . . IS- 11. Swan company. It is nine inai i pleted. earn, probablv nor over to n . i but he finds it so irksome to do nothing that bv choice he saws wood rather than sit around in idleness. He has always i .. 1. .!.,.... r mi,, in ins 1 llie lias p.ii--ii Mr. and Mrs. Alfred S 1 ..gl.ee. .mi-s Anton and .Master Aitrea iiauu...p.. -New York city are guests nt t. L. Mcd- bury s l .i., !.,.i,i.. ih nesdav alteinoon ai o'clock. Lev. E. C. Fisher of Westmins- ti.r West nfliciating. assisted by Lev E. Hulliim. E. E. Gorham sang two se lections. The Home Land, and llie Hcau t if nl Isle of Somewhere. Three nephews and a cousin were the bearers, lhe burial was in the North burying ground. Mrs. Hannah H. Waite is visiting in Westmoreland, X. H- I). H. Kendrick of Amherst, Mass., was in town lat Thursday. There will be an ice cream sale and social at the Kaptist church tonight. Mrs A. S. I'nderwood returned this week from a brief visit at Williamsville. Mix. F. A. Filield has two sisters and a brother-in-law H'" North Dakota visiung gathered' with their teachers at the par sonage for a social and business evening. Kcfreidinieiits were served and a line time was reported. GUILFORD. much wood. About W years ago , e ! eveninir nnd was well ?Ta" S. '.'a' Ilf ligM on-a iatren: About , was cleared over !, glit. day. inn.. , ' ' 7 -'l - m r. Gilfeather and te someiniim mi "' "s-, .ir. tiici -ii--. . . . ti.. i vnr,nionnl fair was held Tues- 1 1.,,. ' ; . , .....11 . .. , x- II : Mrs. Lena Swallow oi i iimu, n., a "guest of Mr. and Mrs. Hayniond J. Goodell. 1...J l.i.l n-i.f i;'.wl'it imnossible to do nothing. has begged for the privilege of sawing wood, which is about all that he 'an do. j During the Husso-Japanese war lnec John" was kept well informed of the n. i;r.i ikti.,,1,,- te ftnie lius-ell started on Monday rawm un her trip to the Jamestown '.SjtlOII. ics .Miiml and daughter Sarah are .yin? a cottage near the shore at JNi . Conn. 1 ShiTwiu and family of Minneapo- are tin' tn.-ls of his mother, Mrs. Jm- Slicrwin. Wa Tufis f Tinners Falls is spend- a few .lavs' vacation with her motn- it Dr. X. V. Wood's. A party of young women are camping warorusi. Moore s Pond, cnaperooeu Mrs. E. W. llardtvell. Pf-Tsi- Washer, who has been visit- at li. N. Kidder s, has returned io home in liraf tleboro. Jr. -illnir Smith of Greenfield and - Kate Jl.yie of Somerville called t oM tricing this week. ir. and .Mrs. I.oaviss are moving their ilv from W arwick to the south tene t in . . Duolit tie's house. "3. r. V. 1 inane and son ilowara f retuim-.l from a ten days' visit to will and Wallingford, Conn. Irs. A. 'm,t,r and Mrs. Fred i ivciit t i this week to visit their ri -Ah-. .1. Lincoln Hammond. ''f- and Mis. Will Shertvin and his danshu-i - of .Minneapolis are guests ins mother, Mrs. Ellen Sherwin. 1 T.'lmaii, as usual, has a branch feW-iii for harbering in East !1toelil liming the summer season. ft tws; tliat disappeared while, the Mrs wo exploring Alt. Crag recently found at Mr. Weatherbee's in ErvJ fiere wa a sm-ial dance in Sons of terans" hall last; Fridav evening with U hut vciv lileasant party in at dance. P.diau.c" has been making daily trips week fivin (ireenfield, the machine tlie return trip a few minutes bc- 111 ami 4 each day. H. Lnelin ,iri iinrf Peed have re- .'ly iniss.,1 (ll0 examination of the "V in:i!Vion and are now classed lWesi,.1Kll clianffenrs. fie Miss Anderson, who have been ,ll0!'M in lamilies in town, are going '"-'k to Maine where they are to perm.-iin.ui situations. Jen t '. We of Philadelphia, ,-pas-the C, ,,,.), of the Resurrection, is t of c. -.,,. nr1 b,ns been call- ; oH friemls jn town. Elliott ;l r, a daughter Grace, who s wen viviiiig Mrs. N. F. Alexander, n IV-1,.,. for Everett visiting in and Shirk., nn fl.n wav. N- Ilali;,, lll,."l.l f TTnrt.ford. 'J.- ls a L-Hct of her sister, Mrs. A. v,i, is also entertaining 3SIrs. r- ,'id of Winchester. X. H. lfve'al ui the Vnrtlinnlfl neonle who f Hie eO.ibition of the Arts and s"ic,'. in Dcerfield this week .r e'.t'-ita,iied l,y Jiiss Jean Green- Mr. nnd Mrs. Hackett of Athol are vis- iting Mrs. Hackett's cousin, U. M. ton. . . ... , -ihel Sawyer is repairing n . whh slating, the workmen coming from j (.ireenfield. . ... v.. a aoiourner in nui rs. jeiini , " . recently called on her many ' ,.c n f,;,.n,l win. read to him The death of his benefactor left him without intellectual resources and then Sudden Death of Walter J. Bullock he ZCTxf. shcllmnie Wednesday Afternoon. -., .... and has lived there One of the most deplorable happenings ,im.,, ,e is ... landed but has no eh, Wren ;., d.ia ventv ill receru yearn a iv n,Pl- neater im " .... . ..t ii:. .1 Itolloi'k last eelncs-; li,, one ot the men lamiliaii) aeaui in . f i .:...,.. i... nit lie went Willi a lu m . . m.,v ... has been peg day. - ... tlm tnnrmniT and auout noon the team came into the yard with r .ta u.w.i...ii oiiei.iii". this section Ida ful o lir V P Wood and a specialist from J cm nnrfornied a successful opera Springl.eld P"0?" Mis3 Boardway, .'"rSnnu'i, has had the care of flirt f'ilSft. T-i tln,.nni ar on- nedsif;,& A WaS ,V??r ".7, lev :;n to all. Among tnen. Mr. Bullock lying dead in the wagon. A , ; o ,,ilnrl In- teleiilione but nothing could be done to restore life. The direct cause of his death is not definitely I known here at tins nine. y hasijo vears of age and leaves a widow and friends in Children. Ho was the son ot S. Knox, I i ii u i l Vii'in ick I Bullock and is ami ii ..i. ....... . i...,i,r i, Maiv Bullock. ,-l!iined six Sunday, which was a very . , .i. a trave ing saiiun.', Aiexaim..., 4lnvi.ni er sister. Alias aiaooi ...i. re snending a eciauy, nta. with tlieir gmuui..- of Schen- few days Min, WEST NOETHTIELD. V S Torse is on me "- . e TT..1 and Mrs. ; . j Mrs. B. F. Wade ot iioiyo -. ami -- - . vr 1,1a nnl-ents. JUr are vismi.B " LEYDEN. Afrs E. P. Swan of South Deerfield . w days at John Blacks. for A. " ... n engine. Monday, no.""' , " , t1lB -Frank- laneu , t..i i i. Mill,.,- mi, iss linse la lie succeeded his father and was .i .,t ,.,-.oiim-n larniers one oi me ."""i- i"-;i---- . town. He nail also in nio i'i , ' , Hl.,l,t .le.rrpe nf lit- (bo elllirell VCstl'V vears ueveiopeu a uu,,....- B "wfw,,, i- erarv aoiiuj, oen,K .....-- . to the Ohio Farmer and other agricul tural publications. ailed lie entire com- -. .. . . i ... ..... Nniinr Ir W III C Olliers nae I."- I . i i' I AI.. lreeler anil loaieu. -'.. , i ging awitv. doing wlial us " ' to do. He has lived simply, plainly, with out ostentation, and his life has been one of honorable sprviee.-dreenficld lettei in Springfield Ucpubhcan. Morton Wheeler has sold his farm to Lincoln Sawyer. Huth and Gertrude Wheeler are visit ing in Keadsboro. Miss Slatlery of Uoston is boarding at Mrs. S. A. Wheeler's. 1-1... 1 TO unr- ietv will hold a social in i vestrv Mitiirnay eieuini,, two children of Foiiltney are visiting .Mrs. (iilfeather's parents, Mr. and -Mrs. Albert Fox. The moving picture entertainment at Memorial hall Wednesday evening was well attended considering the ram and gave general satisfaction. Mr and Mrs. H. E. Mann nnd son. Ila.oi.l. and Mrs. Gertrude Kingsley spent Sunday at Sunset lake, where Mrs. Mann's friends are camping. Frank Wat kins lias moved his house hold goods to Shelbiirne Falls, where he will make his home with his daughter, Mrs. learon. Miss Mattie has also gone there. William M.Txdlan and family are visit ing relatives in town. Mr. McLellan was formerly i. , " hv j W ednc lint now is jiropi.t-iui .. ton, Jlass. Mr and Mrs. Charles Gardner and young son of Trey, X. V., came Friday to 'Mrs. Gardners fathers, J. IL Kidder. Mr Gardner returned to liny Monday inil Mrs. Gardner and baby will remain t,ir some nine. .. I. T.I- Mrs Ella Woodaril and ilaugiuer, i.u.. of' Portland, Me., spent last, week with .Mrs. Woodard's uncle, George 1J. Brown, ho is ill. i:..U.,n I!i,l ehanter. Xo. 3, 0. E. 8.. will hold the next regular meeting next , Ji eiines.iav evening. Miss Mabel Lahey of Brat tleboro is viiting her mother. Mr. Nellie M. Lah'V. at E. E. Blood's. Mioses Caroline and Abbie Wellman of Westminster West were guests of Miss l.izie S. Houghton Sunday. Mrs. Elvira Haywood, who has been spending some time in Guilford, came to her home here last Thursday. l Mm. E. Frank Whitman, who EAST DUMMEItSTOls. Mrs. Annie Reed is on the sick list. Miss Elsie Haelton is in liellows Falls. Miss Huth Graves, Mrs. Fred Haigis and children went home Saturday. Samuel O'Xcil of Hinsdale passed two days recently with his Bister, .Mrs. J. K. Crosby. Mrs. Ernest Tenney and two children of Vernon are gnets of Mr. and Mrs. II. H. Hall. 1 Mrs. Fred Brown visited her grand i mother at Frank Sargent's in Brattle- boro Thursday. Miss Alice Stetson of Colrain, -Mass., is the guest of her sister, Mrs. H. P. Smead, this week. Dr. and Mrs. Alvin Knapp and Miss I Marguerite Knapp of Brattleboro were j Sunday guests of W. W. Knapp. I Miss Minerva Crosby went Tuesday for in extended visit in -Miners raws, xnree i: i ...i ..I.,,-,., lfiUn..Iiiisiett.a. jliiveis iiuu oiiiL-i pin. .-..-.... - i Mr. nnd Mrs. March of Xorristown, I Pa., and Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Hawley of Unit tleboro visited at Camp Ellen re ' cently. 1 Mrs. C. L. Craige and Miss Beatrice Craige left Saturday but will remain a A-eok in Greenfield before returning to their home in Fitehburg, Mass. S Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brazer and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Willard of Brattleboro and Mr. and Mrs. M. h. Uobbins of I hav. 1 era! were at Sylvenus Kelley's Sun- been at M. 1). W hitman s tor se- ,.n.lu,v months, went to Springlielil, .Mass., (iny lay. I M,-3. Louisa Bemis of Holyoke, -Mass., Mr. and Mrs. George Holt ot jJviiiuuers- visiti-il the families ot ner cousins, n. x . ton and Charles Holt of urameiioro vis c-; Spauhlmg ami A. t. -Miner, nisi cck. ..i ti,.,ir nnl-ents. Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Holt, si. u K,,ent Thursday at Log-cabin July X C. Livermore of Concordia, Kan., has been a recent guest at L. 1'. I ut nain's. ' Mrs Ann Lamb of Brattleboro spent a few davs with Mrs. Julia Frost at her ly ler hill home this week. A few days ago Joe Lotvrj- found a dog chasing cows in his home lot, frighten i, g anil scattering them in all direc ions The dog escaped as Mr.. Lowry did not have a gun when he went to ascertain the cause of the disturbance. A dog owned in this town was shot last Friday in the act of chasing sheep in ti e pasture of Lucius F. Putnam m er non. For several weeks past a dog or dons have been making raids on the hfep there, until out of 39 lug .-grade sheep and lambs only four are left, lhe damage has not yet been adjusted. Dudley Crosier had a narrow escape from a serious accident Wednesday ore- 'fen when an eight-pound sledge wfth which Mr. Higley was driving down a noRt flew trom me i.auuic, ". Clos er on the side of hi- face just below the temple, causing a bad bru.se and clos ing one eye. For some moments he lost consciousness, but soon revived and was able to be about in the afternoon. aiter Ma " Tu: in lias begun his usual trips ' with loads of fresh vege-ii'-li he finds a ready sale to iT'd in the summer cot- l eous eame of ball between W5 Kalis and Northfield teams " naru-i !e for ' l0).l. most Albert Catety as -' - Thursday ty l.ospnai r- -- e Tie was suuering -- T lin County e was suuuws . , tj.jh Ti0ve. Mil.lredSeyerancevis.tec lEdift i Love land on ,Pon -iErag;t Mt; Tora. week, iney iwrfield. who fnrK returning home eelc. ";C" Wpst reerfield, Elinor srniu. - - h grandfather s, WSveSJfceT turned gfo her home Monday. f Southbridge MJs'- awereMgues"a,oyer Saturday and slinday of hef uncle and cousins, E. V. Howes and his sons Mr. and Mrs. A. tr. uai ,er Biver nrade 6hort stoPnatrh-m a"f So? Leslie Manse at Bernardston netal ot Jes'e i-mtha and her Mrs. David SyfCil N. daughter Ruth o - bPg B Budington s, came to - . the rest oi vu monui - BeIie Hamu- Friday and Vgust there, month and tlie moui itrs. Hamilton and wr - mother ton Henshaw of ew X Kobertson, and sister of Airs. spending Sited .her F 5. StewarCs in East time at Colrain. hard visited us t have rrrchefwere torn from winu t"uu - GUII.FORD CENTER. Miss Mavis Goodnow of Shelburne Falls Mass.. is the guest of her aunt, Mrs.'j. H. 1'hayer. There will be preaching in the Lnivcr sali t church Sunday at 2.30 and the Sun day school will be held immediately af ter services. Mrs. Lewis Jaqueth is visiting relatives and friends in.. South Newfane i for two She will aiso non, iu .v. iminir home. i.i. m,lnr irrnncop meeting Saturday evening tJie third and fourth degree will be conferred and marching staff and choi? work rehearsed. All members are urged to be present. Fred Cousins of Boston visireu ai . . . j -n..:j - Tlawetf'a last W. Legates ana iaviu week. Mrs. Legate and her niece S? tc Tvisit Mrs. Ed Lenoir, returning Tuesday. Ine people of this vicinity were greatly shocked toP learn of the sudden death o ':,. -n..i,.ie Sh-cII.. George Fuller and Victor Swett of Amesbury, Mass., are at It. A. Wheeler's. Fifteen of the young friends of Gladys Chore helped her celebrate her Hth birthday the 18th. Mr Dver of Easthampton. Mass., Miss Terry nnd -Miss Beasely of Providence are boarding at Frank Albee's. Mrs. O. R. Chure was given a party the mih, Hie occasion being her SStn birthday. She received many presents. Mrs Dr F. D. Stafi'ord of North Vian.s accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Card are at H. A. Wheeler's for a few days. Afr and Mrs. Savage of New Haven are unending their honeymoon with her uncle, t I Esbon, Sparks, and also at rrocior liusov s. Adclbert Allis of Nebraska, who when ,. . , c i-o.ro will, the a nov uveu ior o.-...' late .'Tames Barrington, has been in tonn calling on acquaintances after an absence of 20 years. He returns there in August. The Ladies' society of tlie jmptisi church will hold its next meeting in the church vestrv next Thursday afternoon. In the evening from 6 30 to 8 clock cake and ice cream will be served by the society. All are cordially invited. Mrs" Fred Hall went, to North Adams last Saturday to see her brother-in-law, Eugene Murdoch, who is thought to be gaining slowly. Wednesday his wife went there and will remain in the city for a time. He has now been in the hospital 11 weeks. at Willow liiooK larni .-?unna. Mr Stviizer of Bellows Falls, deputy ,' . , .i... ..-i .i.n. i .i.i,ii, L'la.iil niasier oi i ne ..iihih. ..... ! triii. visited Hidden 1. MARLBORO. r. & a. m., Mrs. A. S. w lodge. No. 32, i.iesday evening. lar.n. The C. N. IT. circle will hold its regu lar meeting July 31 in charge of Mrs. Haltie Croshv. Supper will be served as .ml .in.l ice-cream and cake will be t ii . ........ i.,,. Li iimnt. her Tiarenis. rhon.as returned Saturday froni Ujr.'nnd Wrs- Peavcr. of Fotsdam, N. V., who will return wun uci iu .nu,..,. I'nderwood went to Bellows served to the public during the afternoon last Ida Turners Walter Bullock which occurred about non Wednesday. Mr. Bullock went to Brattleboro about 7 a. m. and when uis KSn reaped borne he was found dead in The wagon. He leaves a wife and six ii -XiMron He was born on the fTm where his family live March 19, 1867 He was the son of Knox and Han K Mnrrnack Bullock. He also leaves toide hirrmmediate family a mother who hves in Brattleboro, two sisters, Mrs Samuel Miller of Fitehburg, Ma, end Rose Bullock of Boston, and one brother, JACKSONVILLE. E. A. Temple has his house newly slated. A. C. Stetson has moved into his new house. ' Mrs. Mason and daughter have gone from A. J. Faulkner's. Mrs. Staples and daughter are here from Springfield, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Wilcox are stop ping at D. M. Canedy's. Miss Blanch Williams is visiting her sister, Mrs. H. G. Reed. C. L. Messick has sold Merton Wheeler's-farm to L. H. Sawyer. Miss Lottie Corse is with her grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Corse. Mildred Tike has returned from North Adams, her cousin, Faith, accompanying her. George Cross has moved into his house recently bought of Mrs. Miranda Faulk ner. Mrs. Joseph Leonard is visiting rela tives in Montreal, Quebec and St. Johns, Canada. Grace Murdoch, who has been cared for several years at S. G. Easton's, has returned home. Laurel Beach is one of the busy places now, parties coming and going every day. Mr Sheldon and brother and party of Lottie I,,.,- visit, in Wilmington Mr and Mrs. Edward Lebocuf of Springfield. Mass., are at II. C. Bellows s. Archie Mather and George Carruth, who went to Michigan in .May arrived home Wednesday. Mr and Airs. Cotton Mather and daughter, Edna, of Holyoke, Mass., are spending a three weeks' vacation with tlieir parents. During the thunder shower of Saturday night lightning struck the sugar house ot Herbert Alathcr. The building and al i tho sugar tools and several corns oi ooi. were burned. EAWSONVILLE. Omer Sheldon was here from Wards boro over Sunday. Miss Ruth Dutton of Windham was a visitor at W. V. Coleman's last week. W AI Hoslev is doing the haying on the 'Landman farm and Merritt Kings bury's place. Airs Phoebe Landman, Air. and Mrs. Eldorus Widler and family are occupying Airs. Landman's house at present. Airs Oiner Sheldon and Aliss Beatrice Sheldon visited in Winhall several days recently. Afrs. Jerome S. Rawson of New Aork city and Caspar Landman of South Lon- londcrry are visiting ai a. i. f- son s. Mr. and Airs. E. E. Styles entertained during the past week Aliss Lna Allen ot Jamaica, Aliss Nina Styles of South Lon donderry, and Mr. Warner oi Aruugtou. One of the farmers in this vicinity dis covered at the end of a day's work in the havfield, that he had lost his purse containing nearly $20. The farmer and his two hired men spent much tune Qiir-1,,-r, rlnvs. searching tlie ' i- n,o l,n',f worked, and the lllioil w utile ...... . , 1 evening for a small fee. The grange held a regular meeting Tuesday evening. H. C. Hazelton presid ing. J lie lirst aim seconu ui-iiira ..inferred and there was a good literary program in charge of Ira (fates. lfnmrlitnn are snending third and fourth degrees the tune. Mrs. E. Seaverns and Airs. Edna R. Tf.'.uuhton of Boston and lhe two daugh ters of F. L. the summer at the cottage Houghton farm. Afrs George Feppin's sister, who has been spending the week with her, re turned to her home in Bridgeport, Conn., Tuesday. Airs, l'eppin accompanied her to Northampton, Alass., for a visit. ii,. I T? Ilniiiii'. formerly of Tutney and 'late of Springlielil, Vt., will return to Putney Sat unlay and win open an ue fiee in tlie Whiiitev-Doane house Monday next. The many friends of Dr. and Airs. I Inane will be glad to welcome them back. The open-air meeting will be held on the lawn of the Baptist church next Sun day at 0.30. Uev. J. N. Seavor of the Methodist church will speak and Rev. li. E. llutFmn of the Baptist church will speak in the Methodist church at i.30. Services as usual at the school house on West Hill at 4 o'clock and at Pierces hall at East, Putney at 2.30 o'clock p. m. i. ,..i,:i. wi heen tnken trom it, the purse was at length found at home in a cupboard. Next time he will look in the cupboard first. St. Johnsbury's 15-day campaign to raise $25,000 for the Y. Af. C. A. closed at. 11 o'clock Alonday night w;ith over $27,600 subscribed and the ringing of bells and firing of crackers announced the event. The closing hours of the campaign were full of interesting events not the least being the announcement ot $1,000 from Mrs' Rebecca P. f?"-0311 and $1,500 from Charles II. Morse of Chicago, a native of St. Johnsbury and one of the directors of the scale company. Was in Poor Health for Years. Ira W. Kelley of Mansfield, Pa., writes: "I was in poor health for two years, suf fering from kidney and bladder trouble, and spent considerable money consulting physicians without obtaining any marked benefit, but was cured by Foley s Kid ney Cure, and I desire to add my tes timony that it may be the cause of re storing the health of others." Refuse sub stitutes. Sold by All Druggists. . WESTMINSTER. Aliss F. S. Ward is visiting Aliss Annie Phipps. Joseph Murray of Boston is a guest at Kurn Hattin. George Woodburn of Springfield, A't., is at Frank Farr's. Airs. Lucy Gassctt of Putney visited Alls. L. C. Richardson this week. Airs. Howard Smith is entertaining four nephews and nieces of New Aork city. Afrs. Edwards of Easthampton, L. I., is visiting .her parents, Air. and Mrs. Lewis. Aliss Ruth Taylor of Chicopee Falls, Alass.. was a recent guest of Aliss Carrie Lyman. Aliss Alaud Somerville of Leominster, Alass.. is visiting her aunt, Airs. Harry Aletcalf. Gould nnd children ot The will be con ferred at the next meeting, Aug. 6. A supper of ice-cream and cake will be served to which all members are invited to contribute liberally without further notice. The party nt Camp Ellen disbanded Saturday, each member going a separate wav Aliss Hawks will spend two weeks in ' Afaine, Aliss Hawley will visit the seashore. -Miss Montague went to Alillers Falls, Alass., Aliss Wood to Frainingham, Alass.. Aliss Robinson to Valentie, N. V., ami Aliss -March to Lake Duniuore with her parents, who spent Friday night at Camp Kll.'ii. The party was entertained Thursday bv Air. and Airs. L. W. Haw lev in Brattleboro, who after dinner took tliem sightseeing and gave them a chance to see "beautiful Brattleboro. Alore guests are' expected at Camp Eilen for the first weeks in August. June roses and June strawberries are an aiiQinoly this year, for the strawberry season did' not begin until July 1 and on July 24 more than a bushel of straw lurries' were picked at Alaple Ridge Fruit farm an unheard-of occurrence. And roses at Log-cabin farm planted more than half a century ago. the old-fashioned varieties white, blush and red that have blossomed heretofore in June, are now at this same date showing per fect flowers and more buds to open. It can safely go on record that this has not been' so' for 38 years sure. Haying that is usually finished by this time n scarcely begun on many farms. Still crops are growing well hustling to make up lost time. Appearances southward Saturday even ing indicated that lightning had done its work in that direction as well as toward the northwest during the heavy thunder shower. Sunday morning inquiry over the 'phone in regard to it brought a re ply and if the painter who sent the mes i.,' il nnt lmd nn established reputa tion of his own, the story might have M,.a Ernest C Bellows Falls Are guests of Mr. and Mrs. wm-n. d' f pride F. A. Aletcalf. jn iljs ai,jijtv to paint well, combined AValter Forbes, who has been working for W. S. Fenn, goes to worK iuonuay for Air. Reed. Airs. Harry Nelson and son, Harold of Brattleboro. 'are visiting Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Walker. Aliss Alary Dascomb is spending her vacation with her brother's family, George Dascomb. Afrs. AA'illiam F. Wright and son of Wutorburv, Conn., are visiting Air. and Afrs. J. F. AA'ard. AIi-s. Clarence Jackson and fiirce chil dren of Swampscott, Alass., are guests of Airs. Martha Smith. Airs. Whitton. who hasbeen spending several weeks with her sister, Airs. Lucy Cox, left Wednesday. Mr. and Airs. Charles Shipley of Kan sas City, Alo., were guests of Mr. and Airs. S." A. Pierce the early part of the with egotism that led him to say, 'there was no fire but the reflection on the clouds was caused by a wagon which 1 had painted bright red for a party in Brattleboro and which had cast its re flection sky-high." It is a matter of re joicing if "his works" praise him. DUMMERSTON. Tho Ladies' club enjoyed a pleasant af ternoon with Airs. Fred Wilder Thursday, July 18. An excellent supper was served at the usual hour. Stimulation Without Irritation. That is the watchword. That is what Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup does. Cleanses and stimulates the bowels with out irritation in any form. Sold by All Druggists.