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THE VERMONT PHCENIX, BR ATTLE J30B.0 , FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1900.
9 THE PUTNEY .COLUMN. Tim IjIc John Mrltoe. the Alwna, Mlcli , Evening From News of Sept. 2 1 "It was will) profound sorrow and re- crct that tbe people of Alpena received tiie Sews of the death of John MclUe, which .fc ... . . .. I occurred ai aiiii, u.v...6, "-f- tembcrl, at 0:30 o'clock. "The deceased was not an old resident of the city, but through his association with Donald McKao, he had become very wpII known, and had made many friends wen kuuwii, " , , , I bv reason of his integrity and airaigni methods of doing business. Mr. MclUe s Illness llfties inuu reuiumj -'i ", " he became alll.cted with rheumatism in Its most violent form. For the next half year his case excited great Interest and anxiety. At times, a few times only, he felt well enough to walk out, but these periods of apparent improvement were al ways soon shattered by a more serious and severe attack. On Friday last ho was tak en to tbe sanitarium at Alma, being ac companied by his wife and Dr. Cameron. The next day Donald MclUe received word that he could suivlvo but a few hours. He sank rapidly from tho time ho left here, and expiied at 0:30. The Immediate, cause of his death was Drlght'a disease. The body was brought to Alpena Monday even ing, and tho funeral will bo held at the residence of Donald Mcllao on Dock street, Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock, conducted by tho Knights Templar. "The deceased was bom In Walpole, N. n., in 1808, but lived the most of his life in Vermont. Three years ago he came to Alpena and was a valued assistant to Don ald McKae In his business matters. Ho was accompanied by his wife to whom ho had been married about three years. Mrs. McRae is prostrated by the sad affliction. Tho deceased was a 32nd degreo Masou, having attained that rank at Burlington, Vt., seven years ago. Ho belonged to tho Knights Templar commandery at Brattle boro, Vt. He leaves a father, mother and a brother, all living In tho Mast." The fuucral was largely attended. Tho Congregational and Episcopal ministers officiated at tho house, but the remainder of tho service was with Masonic honors. About 00 Odd Fellows and 75 uniformed Knights Templar, headed by the leading band of the city, followed tho body to Its last resting place. Fifty more of tho older Knlchts Templar who were In uniform in readiness to ioln the procession did not mako the march of two miles to the com etery owing to the rain. Twenty hacks and carriages were In the procession. There were many floral tributes from the secret societies, employes of the hotel and personal friends. C. D. Britton attended the fair In Keene this week. Hlbbard C. Black of Warwick, Mass., visited at his farm Tuesday. C. S. Sheldon of Chichester, N. H is the new clerk in the store of M. G. WH Hams. The two young boys of Eugene Holt have picked and sold over ?10 worth of berries the past summer. The Baptist Sunday school will observe the last Sunday in this month as a rally day. All the services of the day will be devoted to the school. Ray Goodell, who was engineer for F, L. Pierce in Westminster before tho burn ing of Mr. Pierce's mill there, succeeds Clifford Davison at Capt. Robertson's paper mill. The marriace of Miss Mary R. Cobb of Putney Falls and L. W. Johnson of this village will take place at tbe home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. m. js. uonb, at noon next Thursday. The harvest concert In the Uongrega tlonal church Sunday evening was very sat isfactorily rendered and was attended by a large audience. A chorus of mixed voices assisted In the exercises. Mr. and Mrs D. M. Frost of East Put ney are spending two weeks In Maine This is the first extended vacation thev have ever taken together, on account of Mr. Frost's close confinement to duty. Two well-known local residents have as respondent of the Boston Globe F. L. nnpninn. rfinresp.mauvB eject, in nennmn and (J. is. Uildden, to secure an appoint ment on tbe governor's stair. Here's hop TIP LI1HL LI1HV Will UUb UH UlSaUUUlIlLeil. Miss Abbie Kendall returned Monday to Barre to begin her second year in Hod dard seminary. Allls Houghton, who has been attending tho Brattleboro High school, has gone to uoouaru seminary to finish his course. Carl Knlcht goes to Worcester this week to enter upon his sec- ond year's study at the Worcester Poly technic Institute. From the Winchester Star: "John Baldwin, who Is now running an engine at Putney, Vt., has been engaged as en gineer at the Piatt box shop, and will commence work there soon. Mr. Baldwin Is a first-class engineer." Mr. Baldwin Is engineer for the Stowell Manufacturing company. He returns to Winchester on account of tbe illness of Mrs. Baldwin. Will F. Young had his left leg broken by a fall in Albert Townsend's barn last Thursday night. He had been hanging to bacco, and sat down upon a beam near the iloor for a few minutes' rest. Ashe jumped from the beam to the floor the plank on which he struck broke and let him through Into the cellar, about seven feet. Tho plank followed and, it is thought, fell aurusa U19 leg, uien&iug uutu uuuea just VI- I 1 1. I 1. I. .. - ..... above tbe ankle. The repairs on the Methodist church are progressing rapidly, and when completed me cuurcu win oe a moaei one ior a coun nrn nur. nnn in irn n arfl n. vphitv rnnyn nn I1I111T. I 1 1 (. HIll.H rillllllH IIHVH MMHT1 n iri N 'iMn nnn n uiniHiTH will ill. iiiil ill. ne cnurcn is to ne coner&iuiaiea unon U J o Ulb. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Wlllard have return' In Connecticut. They will move In about mnnth i flmntnr fnnn ttt ri aa TVIm Wil. lard will have a position as blacksmith for the Eastern Shlnbulldlne conmanv. which s nuuaing a large snip-yara tnere. this everal ships which will cost $1,000,000 or urn unrn ii r iviimni will Rf.il u ii.n. nr nmn nr. I n'n (uv no-rr. ivmnmn.v -nnrirn i'arker of nasi i'utney will be the auc ioneer. Mr. Wlllard Is at present assist' ng tbe new owner of his old shop. The outcome of the suit of Dr. George Wheat against the town of Putney has H.H.II I I H KIN II I II IT Bit 111 OP I nT 11 IHllll fin I Mil limit &9flft fat npiifncalitncil aarnttaa in A UU O LA 1 Li nun L.I J 1 llU V 11 a IJ111 III rang Man or v. wuo mirinc ins nrier atav n ruinoy was a town pauper. The over- POT Pnnilila.a.l tlia Villi ati.lnn(a ami efused to pay it. A number ot witnesses he case would bo tried there, and again KLiv tuiioniaun i tka l wkg&. tlx i jt-r.Li 1 1 1' liiiil ne nrst or the week, but their services C1G 11 Ub IlKtHietl H.M LI1H ITH.NR WH H niT.IPlI nil I. f court. By the terms of the settlement nd each side will pay Us costs. VEItNON. Ketinloii of the Tyler nml I.nmli Fnml- Ilea. The 33 J annual reunion nf tli n Tulnr anil Lamb families at the ohl hrimntiail nn Tyler bill occurred on Wednesday, tbe 12th nst. Although tho day was noted for the 8U,rm of dust which prevailed In most J" places, on Tyler hill tho atmosphero was comparatively clear. Five of the brothers and. sisters were present. Sonhla A. Frost. 82, Mandana Scott, 81. Uetsoy Weather- ueu, io, j. 11. kamb, (10, Albert Lamb, 58. One sister. Mrs. Iloxana Kennev. V,UD 010lri urs. jioxana ivenney, who has always been Dresent at those cath eilngs, has g9nQ during the past year to join the creater famllv abovo. Between 10 and 50 wero on hand to sit down to tho bountiful dinner and do It lustlce In honor of tho skill of Mrs. Julia Frost, who as usual was the hostess of tho occasion. Ihoorean and old livmti books were brought out and tho old tunes fouud to be as enchanting as ever. The camera, too. did Its part and the old fields were searched for gamo and souvenirs. The usual story tolling and games enlivened the day. Tho most applause was won by two of tho young ladles who exhibited their skill with much grace In doing the cake walk. They responded to repeated encores and took the cake. After a very happy day cood-byes were reluctlantly said with a mutual wish that all might be present in 1001. Vernon Grange will meet at B. A. Strceter's on Saturday evening. Mr. Snow of Palmer Is vlsltlnc his daughter, Mrs. B. A. Streeter, this week. Rev. Mr. Ross of Springfield, Mass., will preach at the chapel next Sunday at 11 A. M. Frank Moseley of Providence. R. I.. visited his brother, George F. Moseley, last week. Mrs. Stephen Bishop visited last week at Mrs. O. B. Tyler's, going from thero to Townsheud. Sheriff Charles Jackson is at court at Newfane this week. George H. Hubbard is also there as petit juror. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Kenney of Danvers came to Mrs. Kenney's father, A. Whlt hed's, last Monday for a visit. Tho ladles' circle will meet with Mrs. E. O. Lee next Wednesday afternoon, all fur nishing for the supper as usual. Glncle Gould and Clarissa Reed have re turned to North field seminary and Inez Akley to the Brattleboro High school for tho fall term Mrs. Fred Stono went to Jamaica last Saturday, called there by tho illness of her sister, who died before she reached there. Tho funeral was held on Tuesday. E. B. Gary caught a fine string of bass last Thursday. Of tho locality from whence they wero caught, we know not, but we can testify of their excellence for dinner. SOUTH VEHNON. Rev. H. L. Ross of Springfield, Mass., will preach at the chapel next Sunday at 11 A M. The Caleb Willis place, formerly known as tho George liarber place, has been bought by Ernest Blodgett. C. C. Hosley has nowly refitted and re furnished the shop formerly occupied by Mr. Pond and has opened it for business. SOUTH WABDSBOBO. Rev. Geo. A. Furness, former pastor of the church here, and his wife and daugh ter are expected to be at II. E. Kidder's the last of this week to remain over Sun day. It Is expected that he will supply tho pulpit of the church here on Sunday, Sept. 10. It is very dry hero at the present time. Springs and brooks are falling and tbe feed is getting very short in the pastures. Tho wind blew almost a gale hero Wednes day, breaking down trees, loveling fences, covering the ground in tbe orchards with apples. The standing corn in many fields is laid uat. WAHDBBORO. John Wheeler, who has been away for some time, has returned home. Mr. Estabrook and wife of Ilooslc Falls have been in town for a short stay. W. A. Clarke has bought the farm known as the Preston Higgtns place. Mrs. Bert Moore of Springfield is stay ing a few weeks with her mother, Mrs. A. L. Howard. Miss Carrie Martin, who has been spend ing the summer at Fishers Island, has re turned home. H. C. Bemis. who was thrown from his wagon laBt week and injured, is able to be on the street again. Charles Martin and wife of Proctor vis ited at F. Underwood's, Mrs. Martin's brother, the last of the week. Mrs. Fred Mack, who has been staying with her sister, Mrs. Bliss, his returned to her home In Washington, D. (J. Frank Gould and family of bouth wards- boro have moved into the up-stalrs tene ment of L. M. No well's building. A. L. Wheeler and family started Wed nesday morning for a carriage drive to Londonderry, Manchester and other daces. Mr. JNlcuois and wuo ana tneir son, ax on Nichols, and wife of Springfield, Mass who have been visiting Mrs. Laura stow ell, Mrs. Faxon Nichols's mother, have re turned to their home. MOHTHFIBLD, MASS. Mrs. Cook of Minchester, Vt., and daughters are the guests of Mr. and Mrs Oscar Slate of this place. E. M. Dickinson and son of Fitchburg havo been staying for a short time at their farm In West Nortbtield. Miss Gertrude Mattoon, who has taught for several years lu Winchester, N. H., has been obliged to resign her po sition owing to ill health. The oxtendedMrouth is seriously affect ingthe water supply In the village. A large number of families are practically without water and are drawing irom brooks and neighboring wells. The vll lage aqueduct supply still holds good, with every prospect mat it win remain so. The Village Improvement society Is per fecting arrangements tor the coming enrys anthemum show. The date has not yet been announced, but tbe society nave de cided to exhibit other blossoms, fruit and vegetables, making it an elaborate affair. Hie numoKins and ireaKS oi naiure suouiu be carefully preserved by all who wish to exhibit them. Tiainifatlnn nf thn huart. nervousness, trem KllMa rnrvnilH hAAflAOtlA. COlu uaOuS ftlla loet. ..i in i.a hni-ir .nil nthAr forms of weaknena are rellefed by Carter's Iron Fill, made specially for the niooa, nrve- ana cumf 1 A. et re Q SHL X A. . Bears tlo ,nB m J" nd" The Kind you Have Always Bougtit OASTOHIA. Bearsthe Tha Kind You Hava Always Bean tie 5 Kind V" Hate Always Bought WINDHAM. Mrs. H. C. Whltcomb returned Monday from her visit In Newton Centtc, Mass. Miss Elva Mack returned from her visit to tho Whlto Mountains tho first of the week. Smith and Howe, aro building a black smith's shop on tho lot In front of their house. Mai or and Mrs. O. G. Gould of Wash ington, D. C, who have been visiting Mrs. M. D. Harris, went to Cavendish Tuesday. Mrs. Walter Perry and daughter, Grace, who have been at E. II. Jones's for two months, returned to Ansonla, Conn., tho first of tho week. Miss Rttzman, who has been at O. M. Rhoades's this summer, returned to Now York city this week. From thero she soon goes to the South. Charles Skinner and family, who have been spending the summer on tho Henry Stearns place, returned to their homo In Hartford, Conn., Tuesday. WUjUAMSVIIiLE. Miss Ella Houghton was a recent visitor at W. II. Frost's. Eugcno P. Wheeler Is attending county court as petit juror. Miss Edith Day Is working In a Brattle boro overall factory. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Tark aro visiting relatives at Springfield, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Goddard of North Adams are visiting at George C. Cooley's. Albert Whltaker of Wllllmantlc, Conn., is visiting his son, Amos Whltaker. George A. Wheeler Is attending the fall term at West Brattleboro academy. Miss Delia Estabrook visited In West Dover and Wilmington tho past week. Mrs. Sarah Smith and children of Hins dale were recent visitors at C. O. Pack ard's. Mrs. Frank Lang of Northboro, Mass., is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Luke J. Morse. Misses Louise and Fiorcnco Merrlfield returned to their studies at Northfleld sem inary Wednesday. Mrs. Leroy Benson, son and daughter of Chester havo been catling on Newfane and Marlboro friends tho past week. F. J. White, who owns tho saw-mill near Williamsvllle station, ran against a cutting oil saw Tuesday afternoon and cut one leg and arm severely. Miss Fannie Cheney left Wednesday morning to tako a course of study at the Westfield, Mass,, Normal school. Miss Mattle Vane, a former Newfane school teacher, but now assistant librariau In the New xork state library at Albany, Is visiting at II. M. Adams's. Mrs. Cornelius Nash of Milwaukee. Wis., formerly Miss Rose Tlmson of this village, is visiting her relatives here, after an ab sence of 13 years In the West. The Newfane relatives of Mrs. W. A. Brown and son of Grand Rapids, Mich., who are visiting here, gave them a picnic on tho top of Newfane mil last week. The high wind of Wednesday forenoon blew off tho top of tho Methodist church pire and did considerable dam ace gener ally In the lino of shaking apple trees, tak ing on chimney tops, etc. Intelligence Is received here that Rev, John N. Shlpmau has resigned his pasto rale ol tho awl uaptlst church at Athol on account of ill health, and has gone on to a farm at ltandolph, Mass. William J. Day of this placo has cm barked extensively in the silver and gold plating business, having secured a high grade outfit for this work. He has already secured numerous orders, and is prepared to give the business prompt attention. Mr. and Mrs. William Tait of Cedar hurst, Long Island, were recent visitors at H. E. Frcgenhagen's. Casper Gunther of Elwood, Long Islam, Is now spending few days witli his old neighbors, Mr. aud juts. v. vy. ifrecennacen. Our farmers have been very busy tho past week tilling their silos. It is compara lively a short time since the first silo in this part of Newfane was set up. Now nearly all of our farmers have them and the feeling Is very general amone them that no improvement of modern times has been so beneficial to them as this new method of securing stock feed. Charles H. Bruce, now of Orange, Mass is in town. He announces that he has traded his farm, known as the old Bowker farm, near this village, to Marcus M. EUa brook, a former Vermonter, for a grocery business in Boston. Consideration Is about $1200. Mr. Bruce will take posses slon of the Boston business at once and run Mr. Estabrook will not come hero till next spring. WILMINGTON. Ticket to IVorlll Allium NktciI Him. William Cleary, who said ho lived Wilmington, was in the police court Troy, N. Y., Monday. Ho was seen to be actlug strangely on Front street In Troy and along the docks Saturday night by Officer Unser. After watching him for some time. tho officer saw the man dodge Into a ro cess In a building wall, and be immediately placed blm under arrest as a suspicious person. At the faecond precinct station Cleary would not explain his actions. On his person wero found two razors, a jack knife and $3.43, together with a railroad ticket from Troy to North Adams. He told the judge In court that his home was In Wilmington, and that be came to North Adams to buy clothes. Subsequently he went to Troy to see the city, and drank too much beer, ills return ticket to North Adams saved him, and he was directed to use it at the first opportunity. Miss Ethel Courtemancuo Is receiving musical instruction at North Adams. Mrs. Bagley, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. uarry u. Adams, has returned to her home in Worcester. Fred Moore has sold his place on Shatter street to Mrs. Fred i uuor and win build house next season on his land near E. K, Fox's. Miss Faith Wilder Kidder is In Boston at the New England Conservatory of Mu sic receiving Instruction in vocal and In strumentai music. The steam mill In the east part of the town, owned by Mr. Uhellis of Ularemont, N. H., has been started up under the man agement of Anson is. Cross. Miss Edith Bell of Northfleld is visiting friends and relatives. Mrs. A. M. Parme- lee Is visiting In Pennsylvania. Mrs. An nette M. Leonard Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. none, in upringneid, this state. For Over OO Years. Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup has been used for over B0 years by millions of mothers for their children while teething with perfect success. II soothes the chlld,80f tens the Bums.allars all pain, cures wind colic, and Is the beet remedy for diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor little sufferer Immediately. Sold by druggists in every part of the world. Twenty-live cents a bottle. lie sure to ask for "Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup,' ana ukb no ouer Kinu, If there ever was a specific for any one com- plaint, then uarter'a kittle urer fills are a spe cific for sick headache, and every woman should know thl. They are not onlr a p sltlecure, but a sure preventive If taken when the anDroach la felt Carter's Utile Liver I'llla act directly on the 1 ver and bile, and la thli way remove the causa of disease without first making you sick by a weakening purge. If you try them you will not be disappointed. HINSDALE, N. H. Victor)' or the 1'nll, In the hase-ball gamo between the Fats and Anti-Fats, on Riverside park last Sat urday afternoon, corpulency was ot o pre mium. The antagonism between tho two teams was very strong, and the stout gen tlemen agonized their slender opponents to the tune of 24 to 17. One slender "party" was heard to remark that he considered it unfair to expect his nine to defeat a team composed of fellows so much bigger than bis. The fleshy contingent take consider able pride In the fact that, although tho op posing sido sprang a college pltcber upon them, yet they were able to connect with the ball without difficulty, as the score will show. Their shadowy opponents po'nt to the fact that it only took nine men with them for the game, and that at no time did they have ten men in the field. A field hospital tent was placed near third base to attend to all injured players, and a very activo ambulance corps was ever in readi ness for an omergeucy call. Roger Hol land and Fred Fennessy, in full uniform, acted as police, and wero in frequent de mand to uphold the decisions of the um pire, J. E. Mann, who appeared with a placard on his back rfiiuestine that the umpire should not be "jarred." Mr. Mann's decisions were non-pirtisan, and ho filled his difficult position very acceptably to both Ides. Considering the face that many of tho players were not in trnining, the showing was very good, especially in the direction of avoiding the ball. The question arse as to one of the bats being within the rules, but it was decided to be al' right by the umpire, and no further objections were made, although some still believe its dimen sions were not legal. The bat was brought on by E. Robertson, and at the time of the dispute was wielded by U. (J. Kobertson. Dr. Worthing was the chief moving power in arranging the game, and he also man aged tho Fats in a very acceptable manner. Mr. Keyou also showed much skill by the manner in which he handled tho Auti Fats. Durincr tho came the band boys filled tho ir with sweet harmony, and were present ed with about $40, the proceeds of tho game after all expenses were paid. The crowd was one of the largest of the season, and exceedingly enthusiastic. The players appeared in uniforms of tueir own construc tion, and in some cases the appearance was very picturesque. The paucity of errors is partly due to the generosity of the scorer. itie score: KAT ME.V. A. n. 6 & 1 2 O 3 4 4 3 4 n. a 4 3 0 1 1 3 3 2 0 1 0 T.n. B G 3 0 J 1 3 3 o 0 1 0 3 r. o. 1 4 1 S S 0 o o o o o 0 5 Worthing, p. ss , Dickinson, 0J Amldon, SJ, p., lllanchard. If , Ronza, 1st., efforuft, es.. rju.Sd . Mullen, 1., ivmi, m., K. Ilobertson, m., Fay. r., O. C. Robertson, r. Mann, c. Total, 21 S3 30 15 LEAN ME.V. a. n. 4 4 3 4 3 3 3 3 R. II. T.lt. r.o Ilalelgh, c, lialley, p.. 1 s 1 1 0 (I 0 0 HTk'eron, lit., (leorire. 2J., Oaks.3J Martin, ss., Tole, I., Tuylor, in , leyou, r.. Totals, SO 17 10 H 15 J 2 3 4 3 2 IS 8 2 0 Scfiroby Innings, Fat men, Lean men. 8-34 1-17 Summary: Sto'en banei Amidon. ltalelgh. IlAMt on balls by Worthing, 2; Dalle y, 2, Struck out by Ballsy. 0; Amidon, 4 Two hlta Worthing, 3; Dicklmon. 2: Donis, 1; Minn, 1; Bergeron, 1; Oaks, 1. Umpire, J. E. Mann. N. M. Worden was in Concord this week. Ray Fletcher is among the sick ones this week. William Alexander of Poughkeepsie, N. Y., is in town. Warner Barrett attended the fair at Athol Wednesday. Michael Dempey is here from New York on a visit to his sisters. Several from here attended the Grange fair at Keene this week. Miss Miry Murray of Greenfield is at her father's for a few days' stay. Robert McDonald has returned from a visit to his home in Brandon, Vt. The Misses Rose and Jennie D'lfly of Keene are guests at Martin Kelley's. Mrs. Walter Hubbard of Keene visited at Will Curran's a part of last week. Mrs. E1 Cunningham of Millers Falls is visiting at her father's, Patrick Conway's. Mis Ethel Jewell went to Westfield. Mass., Tuesday, where she will attend the normal school. Miss Minnie Maginnis is spending her va cation in Rutland, Benmugton and Wal lingford, Vt. The Northfleld ball team will play the home base ball team at Riverside park to morrow afternoon. Fred Iiutler has moved his family from North Hinsdale into one of J. B. Davison's High street houses. Mr. Stone and niece, Miss Farrar of Sul livan, were guests at the Congregational parsonage this wees. Walter Hildreth cut his hand badly on Wednesday while trying to remove the top from a ketchup bottle. "Connie" Murphy and Miss Emma Moore of New Bedford, Mass., visited tho for mer's mother recently. George Day, who is employed about the Haile & Frost mills, had one eye badly in jured Tuesday by a stick thrown from a saw. Considerable damage was done Wednes day by the high wind. Trees were blown down, and much fruit was blown from the trees, also damage to unharvested crops. Mrs. Weeks of Keene, who has been se cured to teach drawing in our public schools, began her duties Wednesday, and will spend Wednesday of each week in that ca pacity. M. V. Oolton, who moved from the vil lage to Cascade farm, at the extreme south part of the town, several years ago, has this week moved into one of S. A. Esten's houses on Terrace Hill. Tbe Congregational ladies' society held tneir nrst social auer a vacation on wed nesday afternoon and evening. Supper was served ana a very enjoyable entertain' ment given in the evening. Rev. E. J. Deane, pastor of the Calvary r..L.j!.. l. .. i i re . aiBtiiuuiob uuuruu, is euuenug irom a nervous trouble, no doubt brought on bv overwork. He is at Edgar Bartlett's, but hopes soon to be able to go to the home of his sister. Warren Hall fell while working on barn at the old Fisk homestead in Chester field Tuesday, dislocating his shoulder. He was brought to his home here and is com fortable, but will be unable to work for some time. Mr. and Mrs. David Nims entertained the letter's cousin, Washington Farwell. and wife, for a short time last, week while on their return trip to their home in Clarke. Ohio, after a-visit among eastern relatives. To prolong tbe visit as much as possible. Mrs, Nims and her sister, Miss Josephine Farwell, accompanied their guests a short distance on their journey. The Savage-Mavis Weilillnq. A quiet but charming wedding took place Wednesday afternoon at 5 o'clock at the home of tho bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs, Charles Davis, in Winchester, when their daughter, Miss Cora Lllla Davis, was unit ed in marriage to Ularence Eugene Savage of this village, by Rev. Dr. 8cofieId, pastor of the Northfleld, Mass., Congregational church, of which the bride Is a member. The ceremony took place under the trees on the lawn. The bride was attired in a beautiful gown of white French muslin, and carried a bouquet of white astors. Pauline Davis, a little nelce of the bride. and Dorris Merritt, neice of the groom, acted as flower girls. The young couple were unattended, and only their Immediate relatives were present. Wedding and bride cake were served, and later n wedding supper was served to the entire party. The presents to tho brido were choice and uuuumiui, iuuiuuiuk silver, cuina auu glass ware, furniture, liooki ond money. Be sides a beautiful book from the officiating clergyman, he placed tho wedding fee. un opened, among the presents. After a short wedding journey Mr. and Mrs. Sav age will make their home on Kiiburn street in this village. Mr. Savage is a Hinsdale boy of high character. Mrs. Savage has been for several yeats a successful teacher in the Winchester public schools, is well known and has many friends in Hinsdale, as well as in her native town. Three Huiilcloua Characters. Officer Hinds arrested two men early Tuesday evening, both under the influence of intoxicants. These men, with a third one who was not caught, had been hanging about town, frightening the school children and behaving in a suspicious manner dur ing the day. W. O. Amidon missed sev eral pairs of shoes from his store, and sus picion fastened upon the strangers. The shoes were afterward found hidden in the lot back of the block, and with them a jumper and overalls which Mr. Amidon had not previously missed. When arrest en one of the men showed fight, and Mr. Hinds was compelled to use force with him. The men were placed in the lock-up for safe keeping over night and given a hear ing Wednesday morning. They plead guilty to being intoxicated, and were fined, with costs, $12.2-1, in default of which they will work out the amount at the county farm, where Mr. Hinds took them Wednesday afternoon. They gave their names as John Fitzpatrick and Clarence Bailey, one claiming to bavo been at work for Mr. Hooker in this town, the other in the corn canning factory at Brattleboro. They united in placing the blame on the man who wns not arrested, as having led them on. People who observed the three together say that the one who got away was much tbe toughest looking character of tbe three, although all were undesirable customers. Outline at the Halle, Froil &. Co. Mllli It is with sincere regret that Hinsdale people learn that R, A. Ciogber and familv will some time in the near future leave town, and will be succeeded by Charles Bigelow, who has a large interest in the Hailo, Frost & Co. 's mills, be having bought the frost interest. .Mr. Uigelaw has been presiueut oi a large mill corporation in Maine, but will soon move to Hinsdale, and mil tako charge of the mill as superintend ent; hence he retirement of Mr. Clogher, who has bad charge for several years, Mr Clogher has always identified himself with any movement for the best interests of the town. Both he and his wife have been regular attendants at the Cougrega tional church, where their loss will be keen ly felt. No doubt it may tend to the pros perity of the corporation to have a man in charge, who has so great a personal inter est as tbe new incumbent, and thus indi rectly add to the prosperity of the town, and viewed from that point the people would welcome the change, but this fact makes the loss of Mr. Clogher and his worthy family no less to be regretted. We are glad to know that they are likely to re main in town for several weeeks, or possi bly months. The open season for hunting began Wed nesday. Will Thayer went to Portsmouth Wed nesday for a visit. Mrs. S. W. Puffer of Athol has been vis iting in town a few days. C. C. Holton has been laid up with a se vero cold lor a tew days. Miss Grace Whitaker of Greenfield was at her home here Sunday, Miss Ellon C. Walker entertained Miss Mabel Kimball of Boston last week. John Scott has closed his engagement with Harvey Brothers of Chesterfield. Winfred Robertson returns to tbe insti tute of technology at Boston next Monday, F. M. Fuller and wife have moved from Mrs. Wises house on Canal street into Parks' block. Miss Emma Pearson of Coventry, Vt. was the guest of her brother, A. J. Pear son, over Sunday. Miss Lizzie Robertson goes to Norton Mass., Monday, where she will enter Wheaton seminary. Rev. L. M. Wilde attended the funeral of Rev. J J Houlihan at North Walpole last week Thursday. M. D. Mann of South Boston has joined his wife for a two weeks' visit with his sis ter, Mrs. C. C. Holton. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Brruell of South Manchester, Ot., were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. David Bell. John C. McCaughern left Monday for California to resume his studies at the Le land Stanford university. John Carroll has become a part owner in a laundry in Greenfield, Mass. He will take possession next Monday. Mrs. James Bridge recently spent sev era! days with her daughter, Mrs. B. F, Openheimer in Springfield, Msbs. Mrs. C. D. Cotton and Miss Inez Cotton of Westbrook, Me., are visiting their daugh ter and sister, Mrs. u. t . worthing. Rev. Mr. Kimball of Dummerston, Yt, will preach in the Congregational church next ttunday lu exchange with the pastor, The engagement is announced of Miss Estelle Spencer, formerly of this town now of Keene, to F.A, Andrews of Burling ton, Vt. Miss Alice Aldrich of Keene is boarding with ner grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Aus tin Dickerman, and attending the High school here. The High school foot ball team will be managed by Principal ifisber, with It. W, Davison as assistant manager and II. E. Jeffords as captain. The subject to be considered at the Con gregational church this evening is "The Christian Endeavor societies and their re lation to church work." Mrs. Norman Knapp went to Benning ton, Vt., last week, called there by the ill ness of her daughter, Mrs. Moon, who is suffering from typhoid fever. A meeting of the Congregational society will be held Monday evening, Sept, 17, to take action upon the resignation of the pastor, Rev. W. E Renshaw, Henry Dickerman has bought Mr. Strat ton's Highland avenue house and has moved into It, and E. J. Leach will occunv the house vacated by him nn Brattleboro street. The engagement of Itev. J. O. Cairns of Contoocook and Miss Laura Dorian of Ash land, is announced Mr. Cairns is a for mer pastor of the Calvary Methodist church in Hinsdale. Two weeks' mission services aro being held at St. Joseph's church. Rev. Father La Capelle of Boston is one ot the mission aries. He was here and conducted a like service about a year ago. The local members of tbe defunct Provi dent Mutual Bslief association held a meet ing recently ond Dr. W. E. Fay and N. M. Worden were made a committee to as certain as to the legality of the assess ments which have been made since the company suspended business. This com mittee will report at an adjoined meeting tomorrow evening. The contract for the building of the new town hall has been let to Dunn & In gra ham of Leominster, Mass., for $27,523. ueo. v. uorsiglla of Ureenlield. Mass.. ill put in the plumbing and heating ap paratus for $2205. Of the seven bids re ceived for the building, the highest sum amed was from a Holyoke, Mass., Arm who would do the job for $30,000. The cominitteo reserve the right to furnish some of the materials required in the building, which will be a matter of consid- rable saving to the town. It is expected that the work will begin at once, and that tbe building will be completed by March 1, 1UU1. ABHUELOT, N. H. George Dunn has returned from a two weeks' visit with his family at Lowell, Mass. Simeon Hayes of Holyoke and John Han- non and wife of Peterboro have been at the Hayes place this week. S. W. Maxfleld attended the state and congressional Republican conventions, as one of the town delegates, held at Con cord Tuesday. The household property of the late Mary A. Hayes was sold at auctiou on the place Saturday afternoon. Tbe homestead was bid in by the heirs for ?1UoU. Warrants have been posted calling a meeting of the legal voter, in the Upper Ashuelot school district, at the school houss, Tuesday evening, the 25th. Miss Mary Piatt went to Meriden Tues day to become a student at Kimball acade my. Miss Dora Felch also left to enter upon her junior year at that institution. Miss Edith Chase of Charleston, Vt., who has been spending the past month here with her sister, Mrs. F. G. Hicks, re turned to her home Tuesday accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Hicks, who are to spend two weees there. CHEBTEHFIEIiD. N. H. George Crowntnshleld does not Improve. Adallne Starkey has returned to Moody's school in Northfleld. Charles Spauldlng Is around with his corn cutting machine. Miss Stieglns of Lynn, Mass., Is the teacher at the Centre. Harry Spauldlng Is the notv clerk In the storo of Harvey Brothers. Hurrah for the Republican victories In the old Ureen Mountain state. Robb Parker and George Bell have left town, securing work in Massachusetts. John Scott has finished his labors with the Harvey Brothers and returned to Hins dale. Mrs. Walter Barrett has had for her guest this week her aunt from the northern part of Vermont. Chas. Smith is seriously ill with a com plication of diseases. He has George l'biilips as nurse. Mr. and Mrs. George Davis of Notting ham have returned home after a brief visit with Mrs. Davis's father and mother, Mr, and Mrs. Crownlnshleld. Herman Rtce met with a painful acci dent while loading logs last week. In some way one fell upon his leg and he has since been unable to use tbe limb at all. Rev. Geo. L Lowell Is not satisfied with the life of a bachelor, so next Wednesday afternoon at the Methodist church, with Rev. Geo. B. Goodrich as celebrant, he will take one of Chesterfield's fair maidens for a life partner (Hiss Minnie Rice). All are cordially invited to be present at tbe ceremony, which will be at SpofTord. Rev. Mr. (ioodrich will also olliciate for blm the following Sunday at both places. We will now offer our congratulations. Let all turn out to hear our former pastor and give him a royal welcome. SKYLIGHTS Wand VENTILATORS W HADi: OF SHKKT M1ZTAI.. Proof against leaks from u eather and condensation. E. 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