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IN THE LOCAL FIELD.
War news causes ifreat excitement
Jtice & .lefts Imve started up the bobbin
fncton . They hnve a contract to pet out
n carload as noon as they can
The schools in this part of the town benn
Monday with Mrs. Clyde Adams, the same
teacher as last year, in District No 1: Miss
lHorn Gould of Hrotikside In No. Hand Miss
Winifred Sherman of this town in No. 4
llrntli nf Mis. Oil v.- .11. J-cin.
Mrs. Olive Mann Lotifr. formerly of
Peru. Vt., died shortly after 10 o'clock
Thursday evotiMK, April 21, at the home
of her daughter, Mrs. Jennie M. Hutch, in
Cold Iliver. N. H. Mrs. Lonjr was strick
en with a shock about 0 o'clock Monday
night, from which she never rallied. She
was born in 1 lover May 24. 1810, and lived
the prenter part of her life m Peru, except
the last IB years, which she spent with her
dauehter. She leaves one sister, Mrs.
Sarah Bradford of Williamsburg, Mass.,
and she was also a sister of the lat Mrs.
J. E. Franklin of Vernon.
W. (,. Upton has posters out for his op
eninp dance. May 0.
Mr. (Jraut from Brattleboro has this
week set a iiue monument for S. A. Deun.
M. G. Harris has been puttinp a new
chimney into his house and tuakinsr other
Vvnrreu Pease is moving his family to
the L. 1'. Copeland house in WilmitWtou.
Anson Clark is also moving to Wilmington.
There will be preachmir at the school -house
next sundav evening at 7.:u.
Wesley Rockwell caught a pike one day
last week that weighed about seven pounds
Sunset lake has been clear of ice for two
weeks and the water is verv high. Some
of the owners are puttinp in order their
cottages for the coming season. The snow
is about one foot deep at one place in the
The temperance societies met at G. C.
Washer's last Tuesday evenmp The
meeting opened with prayer. After the
regular business the societies preceded to
reorganize for the ensuing year. The V.
C. T. V reelected Mcs. Abby Betlerley,
president and Mtss K. Mav Chamberhn vice
presideut: Miss Kmmu Warriuer, secretary:
Mrs. Mary 'WuBher, treasurer; superin
tendents, temperance hospital. Mrs. E. M.
Stockwell: temperance literature, Miss Ed
na Wheeler. The oflicers for the Loval
Temperance legion were: President, Adiu
H. Jillson. secretary, George Wheeler,
treasurer, Hugh J. Betterley. The next
meeting will be at the schoolhouse the last
Tuesday in May
Mrs. S N. Heed has returned after tak
inp care of Mrs. Bacon ubout two yearb
The Sunday school will hold their an
nual meeting for election of officers next
The Christian Endeavor society will hold
nnientertaiumeut and supper at Towusend's
hall Saturday evening, April 30.
Oflicers Gordou. McClure and Turner of
Brattleboro were here last Snturday even
ing and called or. Marco Mursehgo und
found in his houte n keg of beer. Marco
skipped for the woods ond remained there
through the night without hat or coat.
The oflicers then went to Zancau't. They
found nothing, for Zaucati was just coming
with a keg when he learned of the oflicers
being at Marco's and he continued on with
keg while the search was going on. The
officers then came to P. F. McCarthy's
pool room. After sampling his beer they
decided that he was not keeping anything,
There will be a May dance at Fred Stowe's
hall Thursday evening, May 5. Ail are in
vited. Mrs. F B. Thomas and son Clarkie of
Uiverside, Mass., spent Thursday and Fii
day with relatives here.
Our village school bepan Monday with
10 scholars. Clifford Baker is teacher.
The scholars in No. T are conveyed to No.
The ladies' aid society will meet in
the vestry Thursday, May 5, and as it is
their annual meeting and the officers will
be chosen, it is desirable for all members
to be present
George Chatfield and family moved on
Wednesday to Brattleboro. They are liv
ing on Frost street.
Herbert Thayer is nbout to change his
residence from this place to Gill. Mass.,
having rented a farm at that place.
Harry and Charles Ward, who are law
students in Boston, are spending the week
in town and will make the return trip to
Boston on bicycles.
The corporators of Christ church ceme
tery association will meet Saturday at 2
o'clock at the residence of Joel Flugg for
the purpose of organization. All those
who have so kindly given their support to
the good cause are requested to be present.
Iltnlll of .Mian limll ltiirili.
The death of Miss Emily Barney took
place labt Friday from pneumonia, after a
brief illness.. Miss Barney was the third
child of the late Aaron Chase and Charlotte
Bullock Barue. She was born in this
town Oct. 2u, IH'io, aud has always lived
here. She and her two surviving sisters
have had a home together many years,
and the severance of the loving relations
which have always existed between the
three means a loss which is irreparable to
the two survivors Miss Barney was a
woman ol pure nud noble character, and
one whose mind was cultivated through a
familiarity with the best works of literature
She is survived by her two sisters, Lucj
and Elizabeth, and by two brothers, Wil
liam and Henry, all of this town.
Miss Emily A. Baruey, 74, died here last
Mrs. Fred Morris it suffering from heart
Charles A. Ward is spending a short va
cation at his father's.
The ladies' circle will meet iu its parlors
next Thursday afternoon.
Miss Elizabeth 15. Baruey and Mrs. Creon
L. Miner are ou the sick list.
Frank A. Bullock spent last Sunday with
his mother and brother Walter
Harry aud Charles Ward of Baston are
spending the week at their home here.
They return to their work next Monday.
It is reported that live of the sons of
Isaac Pobb of this town have enlisted, also
John Morgan, Merrifield, lirover, Fiagg and
Kvery day in this city thousands ot persons eat
too much dinner, aud, as a oouswjutmue. Butter
from sour stomach, nuartburu, iudiHMiou. dys
pepsia, etc. If thM) will take jiul one of Cal
ler's Little Liver Pills iKinittdmtely after eating,
they will be surprised by the entire alwouce of
those unpleabant feelings which dally dwtrtwa
them, and way oominue iu their imiiroi wr oourw
of eatinir big diunsra without fr. Ouly Que lit
tle pUl, remember.
The Queen of Nursery
and Toilet Powders is
By thousand-; of mothers
and trained nurses it is
called a healing- wonder.
2; ami sot per bu.
Al .ill llruptliM
and I ollcl Ileal, r.
hample Hox Free
I omf'Tt 1'owder Lu.
J. G. Thompson has moved to the Almon
C. J. Winn, jr., has been crafting for N.
J. Ball this week
Wtn. Leltay of South Deerfield, Mass.,
has moved to the Gallup farm.
Hepnirs are being made upon the Baptist
parsonage for the new minister.
School in district No. H began thi week
with nine scholars. F. H. Worden is
There is talk that the Grand Army post
will make extensive repairs upon their
building this season.
Sevoral in this section have been havinp
diphtheretic sore throats, though no serious
caes are a yet reported.
W. W. Burnett has taken nu agency for
wall papers and is prepared to attend to the
wants ot the public in that iim
( . L. Clark, who has been in North
Adams for the past month caring for a
sick brother, returned April 21.
The four-year-old son of Henrv Ryder
died in a fit April 22. The funeral was at
the house Sunday, lie v. Mr. Streeter offici
ating Edward Guild has bought of Judge Wor
den, administrator, the Hums farm so
called, and we understand he contemplates
erecting a new dwelling thereon.
The fish warden have been notified by
the state commissioners to prosecute all vio
lations of the law by fishing in posted
water. Tbev are confident the decision of
the supreme court, which will be rendered
iu May, will sustain the law .
E. S. Allen has sold part of his farm to
Mrs. Eflie I. Barker.
Nearly 12.1HJ0 pounds of butter were
made at our creamery in March.
Geo. W. Farnswortu is making consider
able improvement upon his house.
The grange has a special meeting for
prenaration next Tuesday evening.
Mrb. Carrie M. Putney has her spring
millinery unpacked for exhibition
The ladies' society of the Universalist
church meet with .Mrs. Clara L Coleman
Hall iV Brown's comedy company drew a
full house Wednesday evening They talk
of coming again in June
The Young People's Christian union be
gin their summer work at the church next
Sunday evening at 7:80 o'clock.
We omitted last week to say that M s.
Musa Fairbanks Dalrymple, one of our
most successful teachers, is again teaching
the village school at West Halifax.
Martin A. Brown has leased the Urnnge
hall to the Odd Fellows. The grange will
occupy it every Tuesday evening and the
Odd Fellows "the rest of the week. The
hall is being finished very fast, and it will
be the best 111 town
Kellniv CltltiiH of JmiiHlrji.
Tour school bo.nd has honored me by
electing me superintendent of public in
struction, and 1 am anxious to show my
appreciation of the honor by doing my duty
in that capacity. Will you, parents aud
guardians, please help me to do this without
inctiou and without having to revert to
the school law, which is very severe 011 ab
sentees? You can help very much by see
ing that the children attend school, are
regular and orderly in their attendance,
and you will thus help save the necessity
of their being seen to by a truant otlicer.
The law requires what we are asking, the
taxpayer demands it. the children will be
all the better for it; and in view of 2.100
days of absences in last report the board
feel like enforcing it. Doubtless as Dr.
Doaue says iu his report : "Those very
ones who are habitually absent are the very
ones who ought to improve every possible
advantage towards getting an education iu
the common school."
Hkv. S. U. T.YYI...K.
J. O. Lamphear is reported on the gain.
John Cassin teaches this spring at
Tuesday morning Turkey mountain was
white with snow.
Mrs. Leroy Kawson is at her former
home al Chester, very ill.
Saturday night's aud Sunday's rain
raised the streams to high wnter mark.
Hevillo Howard coe this week to Mass
achusetts to toe his sister, who is very 111
with a cancer.
1. W. Higgins is very ill. His brother,
Kev. A. 41. Uisaius of someiville, Mass.,
is caring fur him.
llenn, J. Allen and M 11. Johnson luve
the pa ner" lor enlisting boldlets for the
war tor this town
Miss Lena Killer te.iclies ihi spring at
Your doctor knows all about
foods and medicines.
The next timo you Bee him.
1 juBt aBlc him what ho thinks
of Cod-Liver Oil with Hypo-
phosphites. We are willing
to trust in his answer
For twenty-five yeare doo-
torB have prescribed our
Emulsion for paleness, weak
ness, nervous exhaustion, and ,
tor all diseases that cause
Iosb in flesh.
Its creamy color and its
pleasant tasto make it es
pecially useful for thin and
No other preparation of cod-
liver oil is liEo it. Don't lose
time and risk your health by 1
taking something unknown
and untried. Keep in mind
that SCOTT'S EMULSION,
has stood the test for
quarter of a century.
$oc. and $1 uo ; all druajnsts.
SCOTT & BOVV.Nk, Cheroiats, New York.
llrooklitip. Miss Ella Willis teaches at
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Ward well of Bald
wltisvllle. Mass,, are hero with Mrs. Ward
well's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. V Wood.
At the Baptist church next Sunday licv.
S. II. Taylor will speak In the morning on
"The Light ot the World." In the even
ing on "The Light Refused."
The "8th anniversary of the birth of
Mrs. Arthur Allen was celebrated Motidnv
evening, when some 20 friends were
present, including ltev. S. II. Taylor, and
what made it more interesting it was the
anniversary of the Utter" s birth. Mrs. Ed.
Smith of Duiutnerstoii, formerly of this
town, was present. A pleasant uvening
was enjoyed by all.
The following teachers are employed for
the schools In town: District No. 1, Miss
Mary Choney, Jamaica: No. 2, higher de
partment, A. Ii. Meacham, Towushend;
No. a. Win. White: No. !, Mrs. Agnes
Wolcott: No. 10, Mtss Pearlle Barnard;
No. 12, U. Landman; No. Ill, Mrs. O. C.
Brigs-si No. 14, MIbsM. L. Kendall. The
primary department of district No. 2 is
taught by Mrs. F. L. Spraene, who has had
charge of that department for the past year.
SOUTH LONDONDERRY .
Mr. aud Mrs. Fred Yaile went to Sara
toga 011 Wednesday
Mra. A. P. Cutting returned to her home
in Boston on Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Howe were called
to Bellows Falls on account of the death of
Mrs. Howe's brother. Beuj. bprague.
Among thoe from out of town who at
tended the funeral of Norman Winchester
were Mr. and Mrs. Deitisoti and daughter
of Spriugfield. Mast., Mrs. Harriet Win
chester, Mrs. I). Bromley, Miss Helen Broiu
ley, and Mr. and Mrs John Bronlev of
Pawlet, C. W. Fitts and Mrs. C. I). Noyes
A verv sad event occurred last Friday
afternoon when Norman Winchester, only
son of F. W. Winchester, in plaving base
ball got hit by a ball on the side of bis head,
and. although at the time the accident did
not seem very serious, it resulted in bis
death 111 a very few hour The uhole
community ib saddened, tor he was a favor
ite with all He was a bright little fellow ,
with winning ways aud thoughtful beyond
his years. The heart-broken family have
the sympathy of all 111 their great affliction,
which seems almost too grievous to lie
borne. The funeral was at the residence
on Tuesday, attended by Rev. N. A. Wood.
The floral tributes were many and beautiful.
George Buttertield is at home for a short
Kalph Carpenter is moving into J. s.
Henry Mather has returned to Brattle
boro and will work for P. P. Presoott this
Most of the schools in town begin this
week. Erwin Metcalf teaches on Hurley
hill: Bertha btacv in No. 7. Carl King iu
Him Minnie Moore will beat A. M. f routy s
with a Hue line of oprtOR millinery 00 Monday.
Tuesdar and Wednesday of next week.
Mr. aud Mrs. Fred Weston of New Hav
en, this state, called on friends here last
Mrs. L. G. Bills has the contract for
cairying scholars iu district No. a to the
I). A. Benson continues improving his
house by enlarging the L roof for another
Fayetteville library will hold its- annual
meeting at Mrs. C. H. Eager's on Satur
day, May 1, at 4 r. i.
Mrs. N. M. Batcholder returned last
week from an outing iu New Haven. Prov
idence and West Med way.
The next regular meeting of the W. C.
T. U. will be held with Mrs. G. W. Par
sons next Weduesday at 3 v. m.
All aggrieved taxpayers will have oppor
tunity to confer with the listers at Williauis
ville at 10 o'clock next Tuesday forenoon.
Mrs. Chapin of Chicopee Falls, accom
panied by her children and sister. Angle
Carpenter, arrived at 11. A. Carpenter's
Herman Osgood of Brookline left here
this week to join his intlitta company 111
Burlington, which had received oiders to
be ready for military dut.
Miss Nellie Pratt's millinery opening
will take place to-morrow. Goods lrom
New York and Boston will then be dis
played at the Pjatt parlors.
John Burnhain, who graduates from his
medical course in New Haven in IsiiU, will
spend the summer iu city dispensary work
as assistant to the physician iu charge.
Uev. S. Norton ruturns from Saratoga In
time for the Friday evening meeting, which,
by the way, will close betore the opening
of the public temperance meeting at Union
Dr. George lloberts was the first man to
enlist in Newfane as a member of the Na
tional volunteer reserve. He hat also ten
dered his services to Gov. Grout as surgeon
through the war.
Eight o'clock is the hour for the public
W. C. T. U. meeting at L'uion hall Friday
evening. Mrs. Oigood of Towiisbeud will
preside at the piauo. A question box is to
be part of the program.
'Newfane House" is the legend soou to
swing to the bretze upon the new sigti of
Landlord's Burke's hotel, known hitherto
under various names, according to name
of proprietor aud his fancy for the term
hotel, house or mu. it teeuiB likely that
the new name gives the house a local hab
itation and a name which will be perma
nent. Town Agent Benson has received word
that the case of Lazelle of Uover vs. New
fane has been decided by the supreme court
m favor of Newfane. It will be remem
bered that Mr. Lazelle sued the town for
damage ou account of his mother's death
from an accident on the highway aud that
he appealed from the decision of the county
court against his claim.
Mrs. II. b. Caswell is pursuing her mis
sionary itinerary regardless of distances
across the country on the 25th in Mis
souri, the last of the week in Okhahoiua,
next week iu Kansas, theu New Y'ork
again, and from May IP to iib through
south Dakota, closing the campaign with
10 days in Ohio preparatory to the annual
national meeting in Cleveland, Juue 7 toll,
C L Dexter returned to his home in
Miss Uellu Ingram began her wihool in
district No. T Mouday.
Win. Brooks has sold the Muson lot, so
called, to C. K. Brown.
Henr Ingram has moved ou to the
farm recently bought of John Kwkey.
Mr. and Mrs. James Y. Ure of Saratoga
Sprmgs are at Mrs. Edwards's for the
li. K. Morse fell from a step in his cellar
'iueeday and hurt hit, side badly. He is
oonttued to his lied
bobbins' Floating-iiorax boap is 1UU iwroaut
pure. JIudo of boras. lttiuaM. Cotta voumiui
us iworer boating Mp. Worth more. If ail
Ibis w ti tie J im new It Order 01m cwt ot 3 our
Kroner, you'll want a box next.
arc benefited almost immediately, the
cause ol the trouble being dispelled, the
discard inctii brain - muled and the en
tire both inviL'ornuu ami -trcngthened
V till u m ' i
The petroleum vliich it contains is a
great healer tor all broken down tissue,
while the hvpophosphitcs ionn n help
ful clement as n flesh creator, nerve
stretigthener and blood purifici . It has
all the good qualities of cod-liver oil,
without any of its obtectionablc features,
being easy to assimilate and pleasant
Sold b all drucidtti. Hoc. and Jl 00
AiiRler Ciit'uiieal 00.. Aliiton lilittlct, lioatsn.
Mrs. Klla Stebblns is in Springfield,
O. M. Barber of Arlington was lu town
W. K. Willard of Burlington was home
The village schools opened Monday with
about 00 pupils.
Mrs. Clarence Woodwaid is at work at
Adeibert Mason's house is much Im
proved by painting.
Miss Myra Hobart has gone to New
Hampshire to leach
J. 11. Ware and others distributed 10,
000 trout fry Tuesday night.
Carrie Allen of Jamaica is at work for
our merchant, Will Holland.
Miss Lillian Burpee has been in town
this week calling upon friends.
Miss Carrie Mason of Bellows Falls
spent bunday with her parents.
Lottie Diusmore of Clareraont, X. H.,
was in town last week visiting friends.
Itemember the birthday party at the
Baptist church parlors Friday evening.
Mrs. F'uller is recovering from a severe
illness at the home of her son, Kphraira.
Mrs. Clara Harris is visiting her brother,
Charles Cutler, and other relatives in
The union prayer meeting was held
Tuesday evening at Uarmonyville at Jud
Mrs. George Houghton lias been con
fined to the house for many months with a
Miss Itol Jones, who has been a student
at the seminary tor some time, teaches in
Wardsboro ibis summer.
Miss Ella Willis slopped m town over
imuda) at Dea. Charles Willard s on her
way to her school in Grafton.
Mr. aud Mrs F. II. Willard will occupy
the tenement in Mrs. Underwood's house
recently vacated by Mr. sweet.
Mrs. Alma Holbrook, matron al Yer
mout Academy, has been in town tin
week, at her father-in-law's, Hugh Hoi
brook's. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. sparks are visum
friends aud relatives 111 New Hampshin
this week. Mr. sparks begins work loi J.
C. Tnft May 1.
Tnere will be a meeting atthesciio..
house in district No. a next Sunday a:
p. m., 10 organize a Sunday school for tie
Helen Fisher has returned to her hou .
in Mmpionville, after an absenee 01 uui
weeks with her sister, Mrs. David beu,
The Sunday morning service a t
churches will begin at 10 o'clock u. a
future beginning Sunday, Ma . ms.e
of 11 as heretofore.
The teachers not mentioned last wet t
as havtug taken schools are George an,!
Lena Chase, who teach in Yardsbon
Beulah Potter teaches in Athens
Mrs. Nancy Batchelder, one of the cus
tomers of our veteran milkman, Edwn.
Harris, bought in the last week of Octo
ber, 18!7. 12 quarts and one pint of milk,
from which she made two pounds and two
ounces of butter.
Susan Boss is lmpiovmg her resideuce
with a new piazza. -Everett Phillips is
doing the work. Let the improvements go
on. We hear there is talk of three more
new houses being built besides the one al
ready begun. But we hope the spot w here
the old hotel stood will be reserved for a
new one as there is no other place as good.
J. H. Ware will turu about 200 head of
cattle into his pasture this spring, every
one of which will be free from tuberculo
sis, as Mr. Ware will not have cattle that
are not tested. If all the fanners would
follow his example and the creamery oth
cials insist in not taking milk from those
who have not had a test, the disease would
be soon stamped out in this locality.
Frank Barber has begun buyiug wool.
W. W. Yau Neas of Erving, Mass., was
in towu over bunday.
Arthur Tripp was here from Proctors
ville the first of the week
Sirs, Arnold Kingsbury is with her sis
ter, Mrs. Chapinau Burroughs
The auction, at Smith's hall was held day I
ana evening. eauesaay ana Thursday of
Samuel Holmes and H. I). Reynolds of
Erviug, Muss., visited at N. W. Wood's this
Dr. Welmter of Brattleboro was called to
Misa Eva Barrett on Monday. She is still
very ill but is thought to lie improviug.
I). E. Hoyden has been visiting in diiler
ent places iu the north part of the state,
W. F. Dompier taking his place at the dt
Iot during his absence
Dr. Fernando Gale, father of Dr. George
Gale of this place, died in Chicago April 1 "
atthoageof ,?. He was well knownhere as
a young man, aud he is pleasautly remem
bored by many. His first wife'was Mis.s
Fannie Taft of this place.
Chase's lower mill started up last Mon
day. T. S. Bettit of Benuiugtou is iu town ou
Dellivau Harvey and wife ar ou a trip
A ttmeuer from Boston has beeu engaged
for district No. 1
Snow-water und mud is the make-up of
our roads now-a-days.
The logs are fast among the rocks aloug
the river in some places ou btrattou s
Win. Foley and a crew of log drivers ai e
camped at Gilliert's lower oampou the west
Impure ltlooil in Spring.
TW U tilu almost universal wsjierlenee 1 .
mlul.lmd trituration during winter, neh 10 i
aud olUMt uoulliwuieot ludoors are soiueot the
gsiises A wood auriug uwdicine, like Htols
trairilla, ialwulutely neoamary to punt the
him and put Km syatem In a healthy condition
at tni iwaaim ;
iu?i?5.',Pilr.,"f?,,,",V?f cathartic and
liver touio. GeatW, reliable, sure.
.Several cases of measles are reported
among the school children.
The stone masons nre at work on the
cellar wall for T. L. Johnson's new home
-Mrs. Will Fosbett of Wilbraham. Mass ,
visited her sister, Mrs. Joseph Woodard,
W. B. Detmison sold his efiects by aur
tion yesterday and is expected to soon
At Mrs. 8 11. Houghton's auction sale
last Thursday, prices did not ludieate the
pawnee of much superfluous -ash
There will lie services at the I mversn
list church neatt Sunday at 2 o'clock l
hv. Mr. Fisher. Sunday school immedi
Many people are busy this week setting
out their nursery stock which is dehveied
by A. A. Dunklee for the li. U Chase
M. H. Powers has taken down a part of
the born on the old Capt. Stebbins iarin,
owned by A. Long of Northfield. and will
rebuild it on his place near In
The house on the Heard farm is being
painted, Capt. Allen and Geo. Fairmun do
ing the work F. W. Johnson is having
Brattl'boro paiuters apply new paint to
Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Church of Erie, Pa .
who have been spending the winter in
Jacksonville, Fla., visited Mr. und Mrs. E.
H. Akley and Mr. and Mrs. J T Wright
this week while ou their homewurd oui
ney. (i. F. Moseley's hens realise the necei
sity of increasing the revenue and oue of
them, excelling in industry and ambition,
returned her compliment to her owner
this wek in the form ou an egg six In
seven and one-fourth inches and weighing
three and three-fourths ounces.
F. A. White has leased his farm to Fa
Miss Mary Allen has an opening of mil
hnery goods this week.
H. H. Richardson is moving to E. E.
Wilder 's house, which Mr. Wilder aaeWatn
ily vacated a lew weeks ago
Albert Robinson is working in Water
bury. Miss Clara Monroe hes goae to Saratoga,
No meeting was held Sunday on account
The ground was white with sitow Tnes
Mr. and Mrs. Myron Rice of New Haven,
Conn., are visiting in town.
The series of ice creum supper and sales
were not largely attended becauee of rain
but several dollars were realized
THE TELEGRAMS WBRH MIXED.
One of the favorite stories of Kev. Dr.
F. J. Parr. formerly of Brattleboro, was
in regard to a mistake m telegrams. An
amusing incident of ihis kind occurred on
Friday, when the despatches for a newly
married couple on Organ street and the
leading Hour and commission tirm of the
town w ere put into the wrong envelopes.
The flour merchant" were uenplussad at
receiving a telegram whr.-h read as follows:
'X ongra'uiat - 1 - A hi ure happiness '
Ttietiew miriieil couple were aston
ished a' re--e ,: - li - despair!
r 1 . 1 o ,u Medal an.i
A mnn in the daricness of hopeless div
rase is ol ail men most micrablt Wnen
doctois ,inu lnruiriiies inntimcrabie have
been tried anu totind wanting, and loving
friends vainly urge upon bitn the food he
cannot eat and which bnmn him no nour
ishment or strength, what is to be done 5
Men and women who have sunken ao
far into weakness and disease that the
whole body aeem to be permeated and
poisoned bv it have found health,
strength and vigor through the transform
ing electrifying power of that wonderful
"Golden Medical Discovery " which I)r
K V. Pierce, of Buffalo. X." Y., proffered,
thirty years ago, to sick and suffering hu
inanitx During all the years since then this mar
velous " Discovery has been building up
weak and debilitated constitutions by its
extraordinary influence upou the human,
nutritive system It gives the digestive or
ganism keen power and capacity to appro
priate every hie giving element from the
food taken into the stomach and trans,
forms it into rich, highly vitalized blood
and healthy flesh, bone, sinew and nrrvc
Consumption m all its earlier stages 1.
arrested and counteracted by tin tissue
building, ueHh-makine. life-promoting pow
er of this grand medicine and there is no
darkness of bodily ailment so dense but it
will sh-d upon the sufferer the light of re
Dr. Pierce's Pellets cure constipation.
S The Standard in
New England . .
5 .... For 83 Years.
o QUALITY UNEQUALLED.
Only Manufacturers PURE MUSTARD
in A'en' taglaad. g
' ilii I J
Jejjte I ''Wife
Hf . uUTEiY PURE. ,
IF IfOU COULD
and digest the food eaten you would get
well and stay well. Disease cannot get
at you when digestion is perfect.
Nature's Cure is a common-sense rem
edy that cures by making the stomach
right. Diseases of the liver, kidneys,
heart and blood are banished by setting
up rapid repair of all the tissues of the
body through the
Purllana Is the prlio formula of Prof. Dlxl Cromby, M.D.,
LL.D., for over 30 yanrn head of Dartmouth Moil. Collage
start towar Is m.t,'b at or, ( omoletr ITriianv treatment eosts b:: '
l...i '1 piiLku' lortiiisi', -, 1 .it t ts .in 1 a tioltk ot 'ikiian. Uetitoiyuur
urui;irist, or wnf 1'LKii v- 1 omp i m , u.t contorJ, .. Ii
sS & .
Several lines of negligee and soft bosom
shirts at 48 and 50 cents each. Some of them have
collars and cuffs attached ; others with no collars
and detached cuffs.
For 75 Cents Each.
Both golf and laundered shirts in qualities and pat
terns you would expect to pay more for
At 98 Cents and $1
Percales and Madras with detached cuffs, no
collars, in qualities that have always brought
more money. The S shirts have separate collar and
cuffs in the percales and tee zephyr flannels without
collar or cuffs. We sold a great many of these
goods last season at S1.25 each in patterns not as
good as this. They are the proper style for negli
gee shirts this season.
STARKEY & WELLMAN,
Those New Hat Racks
are causing n deal of iarorable comment and no wonder.
Large French Plate Mirrors
Box Seat with Cover
S7.50 to S12.00
Only 10 ol them and next lot may cost more.
ESlMIESSLSOnxr dh sow
Complete House Furnishers.
2 and i Main Street, Brattleboro.
Would you think of a man
journey, leaving his family
You say you wouldn't
Is "Your Life Assured?
You may start tonight. Better take one of the cash
value policies of the Equitable.
W. H. S. WHICOMB,
"'i"'"""" ..uiiiiuiB, iihi Uliurcli MrtH. 2-
J. W. SHEM.EY, AmnU Wiudliaiu Oouutr. 5;
0. 11. J100KB, AKuut, Windsor Cwinty. 5
PAII M Br
of the Stomach f
who would start on a lqng
unprovided for ?
do it ?
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