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THE IMATTLEHORO KEFOKMKK, FRIDAY, DIXKMMSK 22, 1911
A Holiday Snaaestioi
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Wner can one find finer Christinas sentiment, a more Ideal Christina
or New Year's gift, than In the annual dividend New York Life monthly
life Income policy?
To ono'i family such a gift would linve a prhvlcsi vuluo that would lu
appreciated in after .vcnrn. It in not purchased till lit once, n mont gift
must bo, but on tho annual instalment plan which make the whole, trniisnc
lion easy. Such a pift from the bread winner would bring n rny of sunshine
into tint livci of loved ones. Tim wall of tho Now York Lite liavo
nmounti'il, thus far in 1011, to ItIO million dollars, in round numbers, which
is about "0 million dollars more than the total paid insurance of tho Now
York Life in the samo period of Inst year.
Information concerning tho merits of tho Now York Life's splendid
eontrai't willingly furniiilied to anyone interested in thin form of saving
and protection.
Brattleboro Office, New York Life
Insurance Company
Willlston Block
A Few
of the Many
Christmas
Gifts
which we have to offer:
Safety Razors.
Auto Strops, $5.00, S6.00. 57.50
Gillette, $5.00, $7.50, $9.00
Ever Ready. $1-00
Razor Strops, 25c up
rnlirnte'ii and Williams' Shaving
Stick,
Willinmn' Shavinir Powder, 25c
Shaving Brushes, 2uc up
Shaving: Mugs, 23c up
Pnrket Knives, large assortment,
0
Nail Files,
Nail Clippers,
Manicuring Scissors,
Folding Pocket Scissors,
Vaco Vacuum Bottles,
Vaco Lunch Sets,
Folding Lunch Boxes,
Skates,
Ankle Supports,
Hockey Sticks,
Corn Razors,
Carving Sets,
Knives of all descriptions,
15c up
25c
65c
45c
$1.00 up
$2.00 up
25c
50c up
75c
5c up
50c up
$1.50 up
10c up
Universal Bread Mixers, $2.00, $2.50
Coffee Percolators, ' $2.50 up
Metal Carpet Sweepers, $2.00 up
Universal Food Choppers, 88c up
Scissors and Shears, 25c up
Set of Scissors, $1.3oup
Clothes Ringers, $2.50 up
Asbestos Irons, 25c each
60c, $1.75 and $2.00 Set
24-lb. Family Scales, . 90c
And several other useful gifts.
It will nav sou to call and look
these articles over and be convinced
as to prices and quality.
vlellen Hardware Co.
West Brattleboro
Death of Mrs. F. D. E. Stowe.
Mrs. F. 1). K. .Mowe 4(1, died Tuewlay
afterniMiii aliout 4 nVlnrk of Hinii ions
anemia ill her home, .'tl."i Western u venue,
alter a lingering iHnem. She hud been
in a notiu.dile decline for nearly two yearn
nnd had ln confined to her home since
last August. Owing to her nervous de
bility her friends liad not Ihhii nrivileireil
to visit with her since then. Throughout Congregational eliun li wil hild nn nil day
her illness kIio had been hopeful of recovery meeting in the i linn h milors next Tlium
and bore her siittcring with marked cheer- day. A picnic dinner will ! served and the
fulness. Mm. Mohc'h maiden name was annual business meeting will do held in the
Surah Sophia llarrett. She h um horn in afternoon. The women w ill ulso pm k a
West Iiiattlehoro (let. 12. iMtTi. the only ! barrel to send to the Mrick seliool in North
daughter of Alanon ltennett and Sonhia iirulina.
The Twentieth Century Sen ilis elllh tin
I with .Min. t'. S. Ituler Saturday afternoon
i Tim next meeting will lie held Wednesday,
Jan. It, with .Mil. K. II. I)aveiiKirt.
I.oine 1 haver of l.it'le Fu Hi. N. 1 .. nn
Hugh and Mim May Thayer of Mid, Melon y
college will H'iid the holidiiyii with their
parents, Mr. and .Mrs. II. 1). Iliayer.
Mm. buna Siml.iir nnd damihter, Mi
I-n MI Sin, lair, of dak Uliins. .Man., an,
Harold Mann of Wilmington urn guest ut
I Mr. and Mm. W. K. Itortl. tt over I brut
mii.
A Christmas tree and social will be held
in tho Hummel si on lull neliiHilhoimo this
evening or the wlimil and friends. A pro
gram nil) I hi given
Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Clifton, Mini (Iraee
Clifton and Mr. and Mrs. Kldridge l.une of
Island I III lMr. mi Lake (ieoie, N. 1 .,
have bei'ii guests of their cousin, Mm. J.
I., Mi kwell (his week.
Mr. and Mm. 11. K. Miller and son, Stcd
man, of I. vnn. Mr, and Mrs, I toy Fisher
and Carroll Fisher of Huston ale eMH-tcd
tonight In stay over Chrisiums with their
mother, Mrs. rranein I'Mier
1'. 1. Maish, who installed llinniaii
indl.em last Kiik, has nHrated them
since III milking his held of IS cows and
reports salisfaitorv results. The work is
done by means of a gasolene pump,
Mrs. Alice Johnson and .Mm, W. O
Johnson of Worcester, Mass., mine jester-
ilay to sheii, I t liristnias at II. ( . Nnim-as,
Mr. Johnson mid Mr. and Mrs. .1. (j. I'eik
of tiiieiilii'1,1 will join them tomorrow.
W. J. Hawkins shot an owl near Jesse
Weat hei head's ill (imlford Tuesday. The
lard meiisiiiisl fully four and one half feet
from tip to tip and had some time Ihtii
aught in a trap as one foot had been cut
oir.
The school in district No. 7 closes this
afleitiiHiii and a tree and Christmas exer
cises will Im given tins evening in the
scIiihi room for the pupils und parents of
the whiHil. S,m!a Clans is XsKted to ar
l ive about S o'eloi k.
The Women's asms iat ion of the First
(Jackson) Uirrctt. She received her edu
cation in the public schools and (ilcn-
wood seminary, now Itraltlclioro academy,'
mill taught in t lie town schools for some
time. She was twice married. Her first
husband was Walter Detislow Stockwell.
lie died June '"., 11MBI, in Clareniont. X.
II., from injuries received by In-ins; thrown
from a train at North Newport, X, II.
After Mr. Stockwcll'g death she taught
in Iirattleboro academy until her marriage
to Frank 1). E. Stowe', Nov. 2!, lisKi.
Mrs, Stowe became a Christian in early
life and united with the Baptist church
of this village of which she was a consistent
member for several years. After. her mar
riage to Mr. Stockwell she went with him
to the First Congregational church and re
tained her membership there. During her
connection with each church she taught in
the primary department of the Sunday
Dr. W. A. ChsiiilH-rhn of Waseca, Minn.,
came yesterday for a visit with his mother,
Mrs. X. S. Cliainherliii. and other relatives.
Tomorrow lie and his brother. (!. I.. ( linn
licrlin, and their sisters, Mrs. Kllen S. Ilol
ton and Miss K. May Cliamlicrlin, will go
to lipping, X. Ilr to spend Christmas tit
the home of their sister. Mrs. H. A. Itiiggs.
A hearing will be held Tuwsday evening.
Jan. 2, in J. I.. Stis kwell a store for eon-
sideiation of the assessments which have
Ikh ii incurred by real estate owners along
the avenue where the new section of sewer
was laid last fall. The pipe was laid from
Itonnyvale bridge to a point near J. I..
Stockwell' stole to connect the 4wo m-e-tions
wliiili had been laid some years pre-1
vioiis. 1 lie total assessment is SIMM!!
and the individual assessment is if PI. '5.
Baptist church. Rev. K. S. Harrison, min-
school and not a few who were privileged
to be her pupils will cherish her Christian
influence. She was a lover of nature and
made a special study of birds. For several
yearn she kept boxes of bird food on her
jiiazzas and the trees of her garden where
ninilreds of lurils came to eat. She read
extensively and was a woman who pos
sessed a charming and interesting personal
ity. Besides her husband she leaves her
mother, ilrs. Sophia Sutherland, from
whom she had never been separated except
for periods of a few weeks, and three half
sisters, Jennie A., wife of Herbert Bos
worth of " i 1 1 tii I in in . Mass., Cora J., wife
of Charles Cobb, and Mrs. X'ellie ('. Ilar-
wooil, hoth of Tearl street in iirattleboro.
and two half brothers. Lucius (. Barrett
of Greenfield and Arthur (!. Barrett of
Springfield, Mass.
.Mrs. Stowe was a member of the Iirat
tleboro W oman's club and had served on
onmiittees at different periods. She was
also a nieml?r of the Christ iajf Endeavor
society ami was one or its mosi eninusi-
ister. Besidi nee ."IS" Western avenue
Services for the week : Sunday morning at
K !..'!( I o'clock, sermon by the pastor. Sub
ject, Tile Child as Judge; Bible classes nt
12 o'liek. Kvening Men ice at 7 o'clock.
There w ill be special music at the morning
service in observance of Christmas. A
Christmas tree and sisial will ve given in
the church tomorrow (Saturd)ivi evcnniir
The annual church meeting will be held in
the vestry luesday evening ut i .SO o clock
Daniel Mills of Cedarville. Midi., wn
a guest of Mrs. Bhoda Saigent the tirst ol
the week. It is 4.i years since Mr. Mill
was in town. lie is a Civil wnr veteran
having enlisted in Company I, Sth Ver
mont regiment, and during Ins visit in
town he has called on several of his com
rades. At present he is engaged in fruit
growing, making a sieemltv of srrawber
ries. He will go fiom here to Rutland to
spend the winter with his Ulster,
First Congregational church, Sunday at
l.:m o clock Bev. Bo in T.'Hack of Fjist
hampton. Mass., will preach; bible classc
PERSONAM.
Min Florence. Ilcanu ia ill with tonsili
lis.
ll.ury Buliy ia expected home for Christ
mas.
Misa Angle Knight will aHiid Christmas
at ncr mums in Juinnicu.
Misa Katherine I). Diinlevv
Spnnglicld, .Mass., Tuesday,
llw ill Fouler of I lost on ia aisndiiui a
lew ilays ut .. II. lUxliy a.
Thomas (Jinhreli in Wolve.lel.
.Mass., iiio pint ol the week.
William F. Till tie of Kutlund was in
town W eiliiewluy on Iiusiiicm.
b'lthahl Doiiohue ia stieiiding tho week
at ins noine in woven, .Mass.
X. J. Wutson entered the .Memorial hoa
pilal Wectiicwlny for treatment.
Misa Lulu lnd is cviH-ctisI tu return
toiiiglit Horn a visit Hi Jloaton.
Misa Florence Allen cxm-cla to no In
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n , iimi,, M ,11,11.
William 8. Tutlle of lluilaml waa in
HiaHlelM.ro on biisinvsa Wednesday.
Misa F.ula Tin lev uiN-a to her home in
Hinsdale tomorrow for a week 'a visit.
Misa Georgia Carter leave tislav for a
week's Visit with her sister in Boston.
Mr. and Mrs. C C. Turner and daughter
will spend Christ maa in New Vurk city.
lames Dnscoll of Bellows Falls will lie a
IliuttlelHiio visitor Sunday and .Monday.
W illlam Finley will sucnd Siindav nnd
Monday at Ins home in i'awtucket, K. 1.
Attonicy K. J. Waterman wont to Bon-
uington yesterday on jinifessioiial matters.
Misa Katherine Hawkins goes tomorrow
(o Ijiwicnce, Mass., to spend two weeks.
.Mr. and Mrs. L, I). Kowand and ion
go to Kveictt, Mass., to spend Christmas.
William Sweeny went yesterday to his j
home in Providence, B. 1., for a week's
visit.
Mis Carrie McVeigh is home from Ver
non where she had iiccn coring for a pa
tient.
George Fairfield of Boston is a guest of
his aunt, Miss Nellie Perry, at 1). K.
Taskci 'a.
W'. p. F.lrod, roadinaster of the Central
Vermont railroad, was a Iirattleboro vis
itor Ttiosduy.
Miss Katherine Dewire left Wednesday
for her home in Springfield. Mass., to spend
the holidays.
Miss lena Walker in having few days'
vacation from her duties in the Holstein
licgister ollice.
Lloyd K. Robinson leave tomorrow to
spend Sunday and Monday at his home in
Franklin, Conn.
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Young and family
will sisnd the holidays with Ieon outig
in lirocKton, .Mass.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank W'allen will sjieml
the holidays with Mr. Wallen's mother,
.Mrs. 1 nomas M inn.
Miss Ida Waitc returned to her home in
Fitchburg, Mass., Monday after a visit of
several days in town.
Mr. and Mrn. Frederick Bcrdeau will
spend the holidat at the home of their
parents in Woodstock.
Miss Bus Veaw of Attlehoro, Mass., will i
pcml tlie holidays with lur parents, .Mr,
and Mrs. S. M. Veaw.
Mai. George W. Metcalf was in Benning
PERSONALS.
Frank Stockwell ia suffering from a haid
cold.
Misa Xina Sheldon gne to L) II, Ion villi
today for a visit.
Robert Cliamlicrlin ia ipiaraiitined at hit
Inline for ( hie ken pox.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry It, Davis go to Dor
set to sk-iii Christina.
Miss Ague M, Govern of St. Johnsbury
is visiting at T. J. Denning'a.
Fn-d Sheldon went to Woodstock yester
day for the Christina vacation.
Richard Timson has la-en housed two
weeks with a badly sprained ankle.
Mrs. Icon Brown went last week to
Chester to iciiiain over the holidays,.
Mrs Will Lewi, who has been ill for
a week or more, is somew hat improved.
Mr. and Mrs ,1 G. Tuvhir went to
Springtiehl, Mass., to spend Christmas
Miss Pauline Smith went Thursday for
a week visit at her home in Gilsiun, V II.
Miss Shirley Putnam goes to Wards
boio tonight to Hicnd a fcck with rela
tive.
Bert M. Wublier g'' today to Manches
ter. X. II., to spend (hi 1st mas with Ills
wife.
Fred 0. Beane of Fort Williams, Me.,
is visiting his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Frank
Beane.
Mr. and Mrs. II. T. Miller of Hartford.
Conn., will be Christina guests of Mr. and
Mis. G. II. Harris.
Mr. G. J). Odell went Wednesday to
Xorthfield Farms to visit Mr. Fordyce
Mn nh for a few days.
F.. C. Crosby was eliited a director of
the Gardner, Westminster & I-'itdiliurg
licet railroad Wednesday.
liconard Keunison. with a friend. Mr.
McKelvey, of Norwich, Conn., came Mon
day for a visit at Kilward Xason's.
Mr. and Mrs. Cliailes Xason and son
Roger, left Wednesday for Florida. They
will stop for a while in St. Petersburg.
Miss Nellie Bedding will siend Sunday
and Monday at the home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. James Redding in Hinsdale.
Mrs. I. R. Hamilton finished work for
Mis. II. K. Basenm last Saturday and has
returned to her home in Torrington, Conn
Mrs. A. T. Beldcn has returned from
iiri-eniield, .Mass., where lie silent a lew
days with her sister, Mrs. S, T. Haven
poit. Miss Harriet L. Smith of Meriden, Conn.,
comes tomorrow to spend the holidays
with lur parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. 1).
Smith.
.Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Dion of Schenectady,
X. V., will sMnd Christina with Mrs.
I lion ' parents, Mr. and Mr. E. K.
Holmes.
Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Foster recently re
reived a letter from their son William,
dated at Douglas. Arir.. saving that he hail
iieen married.
Mr. A. J. Currier returned Wednesday
from Boston where she has been spending
several weeks at the home of her son,
Harry Currier.
Finest Dix is at home from Pittsfjeld.
Mass.. to sK-nd Christmas with his
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert A. Dix, on
Piospcct street.
Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Ferriter go to New
port. X. II.. tomorrow to spend Christmas
nslm
ADGTIOC
ON JANUARY 2, 1912
nt 1 o'clock P. M., nt the mill herein tle.scribctj in
VILLAGE OF WILMINGTON, VT.
the following property will be sold, to wit:
THE PLANT KNOWN AS THE
IX A. Clioate Mfg. Co. Mil
with nil the personnl properly therein situated. IopcMim
w ith nil lands nnd water rights connected with the same.
The buildings, consisting of main factory, 50 x HO fi
two stories nnd 8-ft. high basement, 2 " in. main sluif
running the entire length.
And attached thereto sawmill, 22 x 42 ft., eouinniv
with water power nnd stenm connections and No. 2 ( linsi
sawmill.
And also nttnehed thereto dry house, 18 x 23 ft.
Said plant has two G0-II. P. boilers, 54 in. x 1G ft.: om
100-II. P. engine, 1G x 18 in. cylinder; time watch and
watchman's clock; dynamo and small engine for lighting.
Sturtevant engine nnd fan heating system; Salem elevator;
running water and standpipes throughout; planer and
matcher, planers, blower, band saw, slab saw, numerous
saws, edger, setter, vises, presses, blocks, ladles, moulder,
router, boring machines, lathes, sanders, bolters, shaners.
shafting, pulleys and belts, enrts, trucks, wacons. sleds'
tnnks, clamps, hose nnd apparatus, etc., etc.
This property to be sold entire to the highest bidder.
Terms made known at time of sale.
WILMINGTON SAVINGS BANK
J. II. KIDDER, Auctioneer
ton last week to'mspcct the local canton ! !?' h Ferriter' parents, Mr. and Mrs
of Patriarchs Militant. 1 1 ,,,(,r Hnnetran.
astic workers. Me had lived m her late at o'clock: Christian Kndeuvnr meetinir
lon e ior aooiiiu years, i oc innerai win ,lt ;..'(() o clock. Tonic. The Gift That
Transforms The World. Ix'sders, Denton
A Merry Christmas to
All Our Patrons
REGALI & REGALI
65 MAIN STREET
TEL. 333-W
Don't forget our
Christmas Candy
10 cents lb.
Nuts of All Kinds
Big line Oranges, Bananas, Figs,
Dates, etc.
ICE CREAM
FOR THE HOLIDAYS
Delivered in Any Quantity
lie held this afternoon at the house nt '2
o clock. Hev. Luther .M. Keneston of Tren
ton, Conn., a former pastor and personal
friend, will officiate and liuriiil will he lie-
side her first liushand in the West Iiraltle-
lioio cemetery. The hearers will lie K. A.
Km'uht. C. H. Prentiss. J. L. Stockwell and
1!. P. Wheeler.
Supplies for your
card index system
or your letter filing
system, cabinets
and transfer
cases at the
office of the
Vermont Printing
Co., Brattleboro.
Calyin Harris is ill with bronchitis.
Mrs. Joseph Whitney is keeping house
for A. T. Stowe.
Miss Ea Miller goes to her home in
Barre Plains, Mass., for the holidays.
Mrs. C. R. Evans has been ill and con
fined to the house since Thanksgiving week.
Mrs. G. B. Hunter and daughter returned
Tuesday from a visit in Providence, R. I.
Tomorrow evening there will be n Christ
mas tree and social in Academy hall at 7..'10
o"clock.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Renfrew went to
Groton Saturday to spend a few days with
relut ives.
P. W7. Chase lias recently butchered a
year-old Hog which tipped tlie scales at
500 pounds.
Mrs. William Leys and Miss Anna
O'Xcil returned last night from a visit in
ispringtielil, .Mass.
MisH Harriet Clark goes, to Xorth Am
herst, Mass.. Monday for a visit with her
brother, A. G. Clark.
R. G. Boyd is installing modern plumb
ing in the bouse which he recently pur
chased of Justin Wood.
Blanche and Cherolyn, the young chil
dren of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Barber, have
been sick for several days.
Miss Lottie Crafts of Worcester, Mass.,
came yesterday to spend the holidays with
her cousin, Mrs. W. E. Bartlett.
Miss Susan Louise (Turk of Springfield.
Mass.. will spend the holidays with her
parents. Dr. and Mrs. C. S. Clark.
Miss Dasie Miller of Williamstown.
Mass., comes tomorrow for a brief visit
with her mother, Mrs. Helen Miller.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Stockwell went to
West Xorthfield, Mass., Wednesday to at
tend the funeral of her uncle, E. F. Graves.
Mr. and Mrs. D. R.. Hawkins of Snrimr-
field, Mass.. will spend Christmas with her
parents, Mr. and llrs. IT. V. Weatherhead.
Miss Bertha Freeman and Miss Bertha
Rider leave tomorrow for a visit at Miss
Freeman's home in South Hadley Falls,
Mass. ,
Mis. George Reed and children of Spring
field are expected to spend Christmas at
the home of her mother, Mrs. Emily
("rosier.
John Helyar of Burlington and Miss
Sadie Helyar of Grove will spend the holi
days with their mother, Mrs. A. M.
1 lelyar.
Huzen Stockwell left Wednesday for a
visit m .Boston wiiere lie will he a guest
at the home of his uncle, W. J. Tyler, over
the holidays.
H. G. Everleth and son Henry, and
Mrs. Anna Evans of Putney will spend
Minctay ana Monday witft their sister. Mrs
L. J. Knight.
Mrs. J. V. Gordon and two children of
(jrithns Corners, N. Y., have come to spend
the winter with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
John Nesbitt.
Mrs. Addie Winchester came yesterday
from South Hadley. Mass., to spend a few
days with Mrs. Sophia Sutherland at
F. D. E. Stowe's.
Miss Mandie Stone of Brooklyn is ex
pected tonight to spend Christmas with
her grandmother, Mrs. II. A. Stone, at
Mrs. C. R. Evans's.
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Knann and Mr. ami
Mrs. Li. a. laylor and children expect to
spend Christmas in Hinsdale, N. H., with
jmt. ana jvirs. Myron tJickerman.
Smith and William Atkinson. At the morn
ing service the following musical program
will lie rendered: Organ prelude, .Noel
Mink. Anthem. Hark! The Glad Sound
William Read. Anthem, And the Angel
Mud, . It. iiruce, l'ostltide, Hosanna
Paul Wachs. Christmas concert bv the
children at 5 o clock Sunday afternoon.
Pomona Orange Officers.
The annual mcetine of Windham County
Pomona grange for the election of ollicers
was held Thursday. The following ollicers
were installed tiv .lnilcc r. I!. IVr: Mas
ter, Fred Smith of West Iirattleboro: over
seer, G. 1). Aiken of Putney; lecturer. Mrs
Mary E. Brown of East Dummerston;
steward. H. C. Hayelton of Dummerston:
assistant steward, Roy C. Incraham of
Guilford tenter; chaplain, Mrs. W. H
Mixer of Brattleboro; treasurer, Charles
M. Stacy of Brattleboro; secretary, Mrs.
Abbie Patch of East Dummerston; gate
keeper, Cortes rarnum ot Krattlehnro;
teres, Mrs. Mary C. Smith of West Brat
tlchoro: Pomona. Mrs. Augusta Bennett
ot Dummerston; Mora, Sirs. Lucy L. Staev
of Brattleboro: lady assistant steward,
Mrs. Lena Barker of Brattleboro.
Rise, Ye Spellers.
Stand up, ye spellers, now and spell
Spell plienakistoscope and knoll;
Or take some simple word as chilly
ur ganger or tne garden my.
Tosiiell such words as syllogism
And lachrymose and synchronism
And Pentateuch nnd saccharine,
Apocrypha and celadine,
Jepnine and homeopathy.
Paralysis and chloroform,
Rhinoceros and pachyderm.
Metempsychosis, gherkins, basque,
Is certainly no easy task.
Kaleidoscope and Tennessee,
Kamschatka nnd erysipelas
And etiquette nnd sassafras.
Infallible and ptyalism,
Allopathy and rheumatism
And cataclysm and beleaguer.
Twelfth, eighteepth, rendezvous, in
li imier.
And host of other words all found
On English and on classic eround:
Thus Behring Strait nnd Michaelmas
l hcrmopylae, .in lap, Havana,
Cinquefoil and Ipecacuanha
And Rappahannock and Shenandoah
And Schuylkill and a thousand more
Are words some prime good spellers
miss
In dictionary lands like this.
Nor need one think himself a scroyle
jr some or tnese nis ettorts foil,
Nor deem himself undone forever
To miss the name of either river.
The Dniper, Seine, or Guadalquiver.
Prof, (inv V. Powers, lirineionl of 1-
land mid limy seminary. Townshend, was
a -Monday visitor in Iirattleboro.
Mrs. A. D. Reynolds goes to New York
city tomorrow to ssnd Christmas with her
daughter. Miss Vinlettc Reynolds.
John Brennan. Joseph Donnelly and Har
ry Pierce will stiend Sunday and Monday
at their homes in Pawtucket, R. I.
Miss Gertrude Matthews of Dalton,
Mass., is spending the holidays at the home
of her parents in Went Chesterfield.
Mrs. Clifford Smith went this week to
Stoneham. Mass., to spend Christmas with
her parents, .Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Darling.
Frank A. Crosier of SomerviHc, Mass.,
will lie a irnest of his mother. Mrs. Mary
Crosier, of Spring street, over the holidays.
Misses Sadie and Lena Voting go to
Brockton. Mass., tomorrow to spend
Christmas with their brother, Lfon Young.
H. E. Harris was in Bellows Falls the
first of the week to meet a representative
of Joseph A. DcBoer, who is candidate
for the governorship.
Harry B. Hopkinson of Bennington is
spending the Christmas vacation with his
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Hopkin-Bon.
Miss Harriet Barrows conies tomorrow
from Berlin. N. H.. to spend the holidays
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Barrows.
Miss Laura Pcllerin of Springfield, Mass.,
comes tomorrow to spend Christmas at the
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter
rdlerin.
Robert S. Malonev of Lawrence. Mass..
well known in Brattleboro, was elected a
member of the board of aldermen of his
city Tuesday,
Miss Ellen Turner is spending Christ
mas and New Year's in New York city
with her cousins, the Misses Anna and
Loretta Turner.
Miss Gertrude Matthews, supervisor of
music, Dalton, .Mass., is spending the
hristmas vacation with her parents. Mr.
mid Mrs. II. P. .Matthews.
Mrs. John M. Knight of Dummerston left
yesterday for New York and Baltimore to
pend the winter with her daughters. Mr.
Knight will follow shortly.
Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Chare and daughter
left Tuesday for Newport, R. I., where they
will spend the holidays at the home of Mrs.
Chare's father, William MeLeod.
Augustus Flvnn of North Attlehoro.
Mass.. comes tomorrow to spend the holi
days in town. Flynn was a member of the
Brattleboro baseball team the first Dart of
last season.
Dcnnison Cowlc and W. B. Vinton re
turned tins morning from a month s trip to
l.eadville. t ol.. in the interest of tlie llrat
tlchoro Mining company.
Mr. and Mrs. I). T. Perry and Mr. and
Mrs. K. E. Perry will go to Greenfield.
Mass., Monday to celebrate the STith birth
day anniversary of their mother, Mrs.
Emily Perry.
Mrs. Kittredge Haskins. who suffered an
attack of congestion of the brain several
weeks ago, for the first time during her ill
ness came downstairs to the first floor of
her home Wednesday.
Horace F. Graham, state auditor, was
in Iirattleboro Wednesday to audit the
quarterly accounts of the sheriff, jailer,
county clerk and of Windham county and
oi tne municipal court ol iirattleboro.
L. R. Biirdett, who has been foreman
in the Fetch & Pier chair shop since its
location in town, moved his family Satur
day to Chieopee Falls, Mass., where he has
a position in the Spalding Athletic goods
factory. j
Mr. W. H. Perry is expected from Bos
ton tonight after having spent several
weeks there. She will be accompanied by
her brother, Ned Leonard, who will sncnil
the holidays with his mother, Mrs. Cora .
(i. Leonard. !
Maj. F. W. Child and R. S. Childs went
to Wilmington Monday to attend the
funeral of C. M. Russell. They were joined
ny Artnur (. liilds or Manchester, N. 11
"Can a man be a gentleman if he
wears detachable cuffs f " This question
has lately engaged some of the best
tinnKing ot the Troy Press, the Brook
lyn Eagle, the Boston Globe, the Syra
cuse Post-Standard, and other contem
poraries. Proper treatment of this ques
tion has, in fact, almost crowded out
the question as to what is the right pun
ishment for a man who wears his straw
hat after the season closes.
A Card
We, the undersigned, do hereby agree to
refund the money on a 50-cent bottle of
Greene's Warranted Syrup of Tar if it
tails to cure your cough or cold. We also
guarantee a ijs'cent bottle to Drove satis
factory or money refunded.
W. P. Root Rmoks House PhArmnov
Thomas's Pharmacy F. H. Holden
E. A. Temple & Co.
W. S. Holland
H. A. Williams
A. M. Merrilield
J. A. Muzzy
Brown & Rvder
M. G. Williams j
Mrs. 5f. S. Jones left Monday for East
Windsor Hill. Conn., where she will snend
several days before going to the home of
ner daughter. Mrs. J. II. holiday, in Ded
ham, Mass., for the remainder of the win
ter. Joseph Dunlevy left Brattleboro Monday
afternoon for New York where he sailed
Wednesday on a United Fruit company
steamship for Santa Martha, Colombia, to
resume his duties as a clerk in the fruit
company's office.
F. S. Waldorf, manager of the local of
fice of the Postal Telegranh romnnnv. (roes
this week to his home in Hudson, N. Y..
to spend Christmas, n.alsey Bardwell is
substituting in the Postal office dnrinor Mr.
Waldorf's absence.
J. L. Stockwell
Mark a. Mann
C. H. Grout
N. M. Batchelder
W. O. Halladav
A. L. Wheeler
A. M. Corser
Cards announcing the marriage in Fre-
donia, N. Y., Saturday of Sheriff George
C. Wright of Westminster and Miss Susan
White Kellogg, daughter of Judge Daniel
Kellogg, were received by numerous Brat-
tienoro people Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Raids leave Jan. 1
for Springfield, Mass.. where Mr. Rauls has
a position with a hardware firm. He came
to Brattleboro from Springfield about eight
months ago to enter the employ of the
jiieiien Hardware company.
D. S. Rixford. superintendent for B. F.
Smith & Co., completed his labors on the
Fort Dummer Mills Saturday and left for
i-roviaenee. K. L. this week. He will be
connected with the Providence office of the
company for the present. Mr. Rixford's
family left for Providence Monday.
Miss Mazie Galvin, a student in the New
England Conservatory of Music of Boston,
is expected to arrive tomorrow to spend
the Christmas vacation at her home on
Walnut street. She will accompany her
father, Jdhn Galvin, who went to Boston
yesterday to consult with a specialist con
cerning the malady from which he has
been suffering for about three months.
F. W. and R. S. Childs returned to Brattle
boro last evening.
Charles 1). Todd and son, Ernest A.
Todd, employed by the Grant Granite
company, will spend Christmas at their
home in Fitzwilliam, N. H. Mr. Todd.sr.,
does not expect to return to Brattleboro
to work this winter.
Miss Rose Mead leaves tomorrow for her
home in Hinsdale, N. H., to spend a week
before going to Stroiidsburg, Pa., where
she will begin work Jan. 2 as instructor
in the commercial department of the
Stroudsluirg high school.
About 20 friends and neighbors of Mrs.
A. J. Stearns called upon her the after
non of Dec. 31 in honor of her R4t,h birth.
day. The affair took the form of a post
card Bhow;er and Mrs. Stearns received 8o
cards besides many other gifts.
Charles J. Howard, who has been three
years in the regular army and has been
stationed at Fort Williams, Me., was dis
charged at rortiand uarnor last week and
returned home Friday. He has reinlisted
and expects to return to Portland within a
few weeks.
Most of the teachers in the village schools
who are to spend the holiday season out of
town left yesterday. Miss L. M. Stevenson
went to jxiwell, Alass.; Miss Florence Al
len to lVoctor; Miss H. E. Rallion to Bos
ton; Miss Clara L. Carruth to Spencer;
Miss Orlana Ranney to Fitchburg, Mass.;
Miss Bessie Wood to Grafton; Miss C.
Hope Bolton to Fitchburg, Mass.; Miss
Nina Sheldon to St. Johnsbury; Mrs. Jen
nie T. Warren to New York; Miss Sadie
Winchester to Athol, Mass.; Miss Inez
Akley to Vernon; Miss Ethel Eddy to
Mratton, and Miss Lillian W hiting to
Boston.
Among the Brattleboro students i
paratory schools and colleges who have ar
rived to spend the holidays in town are
Russell Knech and Robert Fitts of TW.
mouth. S. F. Breese Morse. Harold Stnnloo
and Wells Miller of Harvard, Roy B. Mirier
of the University of Vermont, B. F. Bing
ham and William Haskell and Appleton
Miles of Philips Exeter, Miss Miriam How
ard and Miss Helen Betterley of Smith
college, Miss Helen Martin of Wellesley
juisu .mice tiooes, miss i,mma narrows
Miss Maud Brown and Miss Elizabeth
Taylor of Mt. Holyoke, Miss Beatrice Pear
son oi vvenesiey, Miss Jessie Ransom and
Miss Helen Kenney of Westfield normal
school, Miss Evelyn Emerson of Simmons
college, Lyman Smith of Worcester poly
technic, Arthur DeWitt of Massachusetts
Institute of Technoloorv. Rohept Kn
Onslow Thompson and Lawrence Putnam
of Norwich university. .
First Church of Christ. Rcinntlct s.
day morning service at 10.45. Sunday even
ing service at 7.30. Subject, Christ Jesus.
Wednesday evening testimonial meeting at
7.4o. Reading room is open Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday from 9 Jtft a on
All are welcome. Emerson building, Elliot
street.
mm m doubt
BOX of Confectionery makes an acceptable pres
ent provided it's the right kind. We are
fortunate in having the leading lines of this country:
Belle Mead Sweets
The Apollo
Lowney's
Huyler's
Baker's
The daintiest sweets in the world.
Prices 10c to $5.00
Also usual Drug Store Novelties in profusion.
WILFRED F. ROOT, Pharmacist
Have you ever considered what an appro priate, attractive and
really useful present a RICHMOND ELECTRIC
Vacuum Cleaner
would be? Nothing could possess more "all the year round" value.
Yoo run no risk in buying a Richmond as it is made and guaranteed by
a $7,000,000 concernyrtbe largest manufacturers of vacuutr cleaning
systems in the worl. We should be pleased to demonstrate it at your
home with no obligation whatever on your part.
We have the biggest assortment of;
PICTURES
we ever had in stock in fact the sample line was so attractive and the
prices so low that we bought more than we intended. To help unload
them we have cut the price 25 per cent from regular on every picture
in our store.
trTDXTl5..?nnin8: up your CnristmBS purchase list remember that a
HJKMTURE store contains many things that make beautiful and
useful presents.
MORAN & CO.
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APPROPRIATE CHRISTMAS GIFTS f
can readily be selected from our select stock of
Holiday Specialties and regular lines. We suggest
Toilet Sets
Manicure Sets
Traveling Sets
Military Brushes
C
Shaving Sets
Triple Mirrors
Purses
Choice Assorted Perfumes a
Confectionery in Dainty Holiday Boxes, Choice Cigars
Klmer K. Johnson, whn 1Q
defaulted as receiver of tho f
office at Del Notre, Col., has surrendered i S
at Omaha. EL
g F. H. HOLDEIM'S PHARMACY I
Brattleboro, Vermont
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