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THE VERMONT PIICEN1X, BRATTLEBORO, ERIDAY, MAY 15, 1903.
10 BELLOWS FALLS NEWS. RAILROAD STATION PLANS. In Addltioti to .a Remodelcd Statlon the Surroundlngs Will Probably Be Greatly Improved. At tlio seml-nnnunl meetlns anJ smoke talk of tlio board ot trado last Thursday evcnlnfr, tho rallroad commlttoe nimlo re port of Its work in trylnt? to eecurc bet tcr passciiRur statlon facllltlos liero, nnd lt was voted to lcavo tlio muttor of nc ceptance or rejcctlon of tlie proposal of the vnllcy road to tho commlttee, undor certaln restrlotlons relatlnc to Improve ment of tho surroundlngs of tho locallty. In short tho roads proposed us tho out como of tho henrlngs boforo tho rallroad commlsslonors recently to ontiroly re model and reflt the present bulldliiR, un der thc dlrcctlon of'the board of commls slonors. and as thcy shall see llt. ' lt ls probablo lt will pcem wlse to tho com mlttco of tho board of trado to accept, roqulrlng In addltlon tho removal of nll unsltthtly old biilldlnBs on the Island, tho concrotlng nnd coycilng of nll tho plnt- ,,111., IKlVlllfe Ul IIIU BllUl lU.ltt' lng to nnd pnst tho statlon. Althougii thls ls not what was hoped would bo secund, lt will certalnly be a vory grcat improvcment upon the present condltlons. and will In no senso bo a fallure of the attempt, wlthout whlch nothlng would havr boen done. ltev. Albert Ilammatt of Xewtonvllle, Jlnss., and Ilov. .lohn II. Iteld of Walden, X. Y., were mado hon orary mombers of tho "board. bocause of " thelr rfforts ln orsjnnlzlnir the board nnd pushlng lt to suocess. ! by teloptrnph he socured enough nddltlonal ' funds to continuo hls Journey nnd lcft Close of the Woman's Club's Second 1 by the steamer on whlch ho oxpeotod to I al1- ! Mlsses Uertell Nellls, Kdlth O. Wother Tho sccond scason of tho Dellows Fnlls ! bee, Bcrtha Wlggln. and Wllllnm D. Woman's club closod Tuosday, wlth tho annual mectlng, whlch was held In the vestry of the Unlvorsalist church. Mu- slc was furnlshed by Jlrs. Xettle Dun- ham, planlst, nnd a doublo quartet com- ! Blnck Klver Unlon Y. 1. S. C. K , held posod of Mrs. M. A. Summers, Mrs. F. G. 1 111 l" Uaptlst church at ludlow Wednes Flint, Mlss Florence Goodhue, Mlss Mar- day afternoon nnd ovenlng. Tho Chrls garet Wllllams, Mrs. F. E. Babbltt, Mrs. I tlan Kndenvor soclety of tho Baptlst w . A. uaton, Mlss Gertrude llnyes and I'liurcn oi uus pince was one oi iwo so SIlss Allco Jnckson. Tho reports of olll- oletles In the Unlon whlch wero not rep cers nnd department chalrman showcd tho I resented. past ycar to havo boen a very succossful Tuosday evenlng Holy Cross command one ln cvery regard. Tho membership ory of Knlghts Tcmplnr hold thelr an numbers 110. It was declded that for the nunl clectlon of olneers. tho throe prln comlng season the department mectlngs clpnl onos belng Goorge F. Lcland of be mado open to nll members of tho club. i Sprlngfleld, commandor; George B. Somo discusslon took placo upon tho sub- ! Wheeler, genornllsslmo; nnd Frod II. Ject of a class ln parllnmontary law, nnd Babbltt, captain genornl. Itev. Ilenry L. a commlttoe was chosen to look into thc Ballou of Chester was electod prolate. matter of lnstruetlon, expense, etc. Tlio nnd at hls invltatlon tho eommnndory will followlng ofllcers wore electod: I'resl- ! celobrnto Ascenslo;i dny next Sunday by dent, Mrs. Francls G. Fllnt; flrst vice 1 attendlng dlvino sonico at tho Congrcga presldent, Mrs. ICdward It. Campboll; tlonal church ln Chester, tho Slr Knlghts second vlco prosldent, Mrs. Georgo A. i nnd ladles golng up by special traln nt vsiuu, ireuiuiuj scureiur)-, jirs. v, w. bawyer; corre-spondlnc secretarv. Mlss Mary Itead; trcasuror, Mlss Joslo Derby; to serve two years upon tho board of dl rectors, Mrs. Herbort P. Bnncrott. Mrs. George II. Gorhnm, Mlss Anna Alcxan der. Mrs. Josephlno Arms, tlio rctlrlng presldeht, wns chosen to succeed Mrs. Fllnt on the board of dlrectors. Mlss Anna Aloxander wns chosen foderatlon dlrector and Mrs. Edward Arms, Mrs. E. G. Osgood nnd Mrs. F. II. Babbltt delc gates to tho stnto foderatlon. Tho busl ness was succeedcd by a soclal hour, dur lng whlch a dellghtful toa was served, brlnglng to a flttlng close a succossful and prosperous year's work. Another Corporation Meetlng lyiay 27. Monday evening a spoclal corporation meetlng attracted about 10n votors. Two questlons were up for discusslon and nelther was deflnltely settled. The nrst artlcle relnted to the erection of a vll lage bullding for genoral ofrtces and lock up. between rockingham and Canal streets. Dr. Geo. II. Gorham, of tho special eommitteo appointcd nt tho annual corporation meetlng, reported that plans had been drawn by Archltect B. I. Kll burn for a bullding whlch seemed sultnble to the eommitteo, the cost of whlch would be somewhere betwoen ?lG,onn and $17,00i. Attention was called by persons opposod to the fact that tho charter llmits tho property holdlngs of the vlllago to only $75,000. Includlng water system, varlous engine houses nnd tho present vHlnge bulldlngs, the value already largely ex ceeds that flgure. Varlous opinlons were expressed, nnd It was flnally votod to In struct tho special eommitteo to ascertain tho exact cost of erecting tho proposed bullding, nnd whethcr lt can bo legally constructed or not. Tho commlttoe Is to report nt the ndjourned moetlng to bo held May 27. Tho questlon of the lack of n sultable dumplng placo for our vll lago was dlscussod nt lcngth and, al thougii no deflnlte actlon wns takep, sult ablo arrangements will probably be made at onco for caring for all rofuse. Mrs. Gates-IIadloy went Tuesdny after noon to Boston for a stny of a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Kennoth Mnrtln of Clare mont spent Sunday wlth Mlss Kate Wll llams, Mrs. Martln's aunt. Mrs. F. I. Hadley went tho latter part of last week to Lowell, Mass., to spend two or three woeks wlth her dnughter, Mrs. Grover. The Hth nnnlversary of the organizatlon of the Epworth lenguo of tho Methodist church will be cclebrated next Sunday, with a special servico at 7 o'cloek. Landlord nider of Hotel Windham, who was severely injured in nn elevator ac cldent 11 weeks ago, has thls week beon nble to rldo out, and Is gettlng about tho hotel agaln. A farmer Hvlng just boyond Saxtons Illver vlllago, named J. Wells Farns worth, has thls week flled a potitlon in bankruptcy, stating hls llabllltifs $0953.01, and assets of only $210.50, nll of whlch ls clalmed as exempt. The Irilernatlonal Paper company's los drlvo is nearing the end of Its run, the ear today belng thls slde of Charlestown and It is cxpected the logs will reach hore tomorrow nlght. Xone of the blg drlve havo boen released from tho boom at Wells Hlver. The followlng Bellows Fnlls men are In attendanoo nt the state convention of Foresters, whlch is being held today. at Proctorsville: D. W. Connors. supreme chlef ranger; Mauriee McAuliffe, grand trustee; and J. F. Itoche, grand seere tary; and as delegates, James MacDonald and J. E. Byrne. Klng Solomon's lodge, No. 43, F. & A. M., at Its regular communlcatlon to be held thls evening, will take actlon rela tlve to the plan of unltlng the two local lodges as one body under the nnme of Klng Solomon's Temple lodge, No. 43. There havo been two dlstlnct lodges here for tho past 30 years. ' Vlgorous protcsts are belng mado by many of Saxtons Illver cltizens to tho grnntlng ot any llcense there, even to tho proposed new hotel. They clalm the majorlty of thelr citlzens voted agalnst llcense nnyway, and that it would be 'dotrimentnl to tho vlllago, and partlcu larly to the Interost of Vermont Academy. Rev. Wm. Upcrnft. lately returned for Eve.ry Thrill of Agony Along tho iienes, oery I'ostoilng foro or Knuwinv uUer, vwry llush nf fovor, every plmploorontbionk on tlio skln iiioiins poNon of soino klnd in tlio lilood. Tho eloiuiiiu.'. pol. soii.oxpoIllnKivinodyof tlieiiKO is Dr. IMUd Kenneily'H new iuedlcliie, Calcinii tiolvont. Acts qulckly, wlthout pain or griplng, Wrllo tci tlio Cal-ciirn coinpiiiiy, Itoinlout, N, Y., tor lnfoiiuiiuon n i ii I n tii'o Himplo Ixittlo. Palnt Your Buggy for 75c. to $1.00 wlth evoe's Qloss Carrlage Palnt. It welgha 3 to 8 ozs. more to the plnt than othors, wears longer, and glves a eloss equal to new work, Sold by Itob blns & Cowles. n short vncation from years of arduous lnbor as a mlsslonnry of tho gospol ln Inlorlor Chlna, spoko at tho Baptlst church ycsterday nftcrnoon and ovcnlng boforo a large nudlonco, many of wliom cnme from outsldo thls vlllage. Varlous othor spenkers contrlliutcd to mako lt a gontilno mlsslonnry rnlly. A toam load of mattressos and sprlng bods owned by tho Chaso Furnlturo com pany wcro foitnd to bo on flre last Satur day whlle bclng drlvon to Charlostown by Drlver Tom lllndes. Thoy were nulckly unlonded and tho toam saved, btit tho load was ontlrely dostroyod, Tho flro ls supposed to havo boon catised by a spark from a passlng locomotlvo. Frod II. Babbltt will bulld a modem rcal donce for hls own occtipancy on tho lot on tho cornor of llonry and South strcots, formerly occuplod by tho rosldenco of hls fnther. Frnnk O. Fllnt hns bought a lot wlth 550 foot front, on tho west sldo of Plno stroet, opposdte tho E. C. Falr bank fesldcnce, lt belng a part of what hns ahvays boen known as Wllllams Qr ohard, nn idcnl locntlon for a flrst elnss rosldenco. A'hoarlng was hold nt tho probato oIHco Tuosday, boforo tho court commlsslonors, on tho qucstlons pcrtalnlng to land dam nge from tho movlng of thc hlghwnj by tho noston & llnlne road In tho town of Votmlnstor. The commlsslonors wuro A. p Knnnov of westminster,' J. V. Mclcndy nf South Londonderry and O. 12. Hutter- lleld of Wilmington. Some settloments wero mndo wlth the abuttors, but lt ls probablo somo cnses will go to county court for dlsposnl. D. Tomnsl, or as he ls famlllarly known here, "Totnmy Domlnliiue," who owns the mereantlle block nt tho head of the square. stnrted last week from Mont poller whero ho llvos to go to Itoly. Af- " roachlng New York he was cntlced Into n saloon nnd drugged nnd robued of ! $280 nnd a gold wntch nral chaln. By Hayes and Lldward G. Osgood wero delo- isntes from the Christian Kndenvor so- cloty of tho Flrst Congrecatlonal church of thls )lnce, to tho nnnunl convontlon ot v.i.t anu reiurntng nt s o ciock. ii is proo- able tho commanderj- will turn out wlth rull ranks. Not a large number of North Walpole voters went to Walpole Tuesdny to vote on the llcense questlon, nnd those who dld go roportod it as one of the most qulet town meetlngs held for yonrs, no effort boing made on elther slde. The rosult was a vote of 210 yes and 102 nn. so the town will havo llcense, nnd the number of saloons is unllmlted under tho new law. Wostmorcland votod no licon-o, whilo bnth Charlestown.nnd Alstoad gav large innjoritles for llcense. Whatever the condltlon1? In the futuro, thoy can hnrdly bo worso than In tho pnst, across' the rlvor In North Wnlpole, tho number tliero seemingly ahvays havlng been un llmlted. The servlces In the Congregntlonal. Baptlst and Methodist churches Sunday were glven up to tho Antl-Saloon lenguo speakers. rtov. II. A. Wood of Vir- gennos spoke ln the Baptlst church. ltev G. W. Morrow ln the Methodist church and Ilon. M. J. Fannlng In tho Congrcga tlonal church. Itev. II. A. Wood also spoko at Gagoville ln the nftcrnoon. In tho evening a unlon strvlco was held In the Congrcgatlonal church, at whlch Su porintendont Morrow of tho Vermont lengue and Suporlntendent Fannlng of the Mnssachusotts loague spoko. The spoakcrs wero llstened to wlth groat nt tontlon. A lnrgo number of pledges wero made for monthly payments in nld of tho cause. r,cgrot is expressed in nll clrclos nt thc declslon of Joel II. Ifolton, who hns beon the suporlntendent nnd manager slnco tho constructlon of tho street rallroad, to leavo us at onco. Mr. llolton has boen u very courtoous. obllglng, and hard- working ofllclnl in tho interests of tho publlc nt largo as well as of hls road. Its success slnco has boon due in n large measure nlso to hlm. Mr. llolton nnd hls wife will go to St. Albans. whero ho is to be tho goneral manager nnd trens uror of tho St. Albans Streot Itallwny compnny, runnlng botwcpn St. Albans and Swnnton. and whlch Is to bo largely ox tendod ln the noar futqre. lt Is oxpoctod that Chas. II. Copeley. who has nlso been connoctod wlth the road slnco Its oon structlon, as asslstant suporlntendent, will succedd Mr. llolton. Oulng to tho disbandlng of tho old Con necticut Itivor Valley Interscholnstlc ns soclatlon, of whlch tho Bellows Fnlls Hlgh sehool was a membor, tho Interost thls enr In nthletlcs has not beon bb groat as hcretoforo. Little practlce has boen had. Tho formlng of n new organ izatlon, known ns the Green Mountaln Athletlc assoclatlon, composed largely of tho schools In the old nssoclntlon has ro vlvod Interest nnd a wlsh to tako part in tho annual rneet. whlch is to be held at Claremont Friday, May 22. Tho local ossociation recently voted to ask for ad mlssk.n into the new organlzatlon. nnd McGrrcn and Bresnnhnn, B. F. II. S. "9S, wero chosen n eommitteo to go to tho moetlng of tho nssoclatlon at Claremont Wedncsdny to arrange for entcrlng next year. whlch they dld. A vote of tho G. M. A. A. was favorable to tho ndmls slon of Bellows Fnlls and the boys liero nsked to send n team thls year, but the school bonrd object to thelr entcrlng un tll next season, so It Is doubtful lf a team goes up, but many Indlvidunl mem bers will go ns in former years. ttQSTETrtii1 01000 11 lne siomacn STQJlXn ' inipurities by makmg $misfls Stomach Bitters and good health is sure to follow, It will positively cure Nausea, Headache, Heartburn, Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Liver and Kidney Troubles, Nervousness, and Malaria, Fever and Ague, ,'lts past record of 50 l&j??Zic. y ootues witn our J druggist will supply ESTABLISHED IN 186t. R. J. KlMBALL &, CO., Bankers and Brokers AND DEALEU8 IN INVESTMENT SECURITIES, 7 Nassau St., New York. THE THOMPSON FUND TANGLE. Work on the Hospltal Postponed Pos slblc Conflict of Jurisdlctlon. Work on Brnttleboro's publlc hos pltal has bccn liulcflnltcly postponed. Thls nnnouncoment will carry widc sproad dlsnppolntmoiit and rcgrct, for It had bccomc a matter for gcnoral congrntulatlon that tho town was soon to bo in posscsslon of a niodcrn hos pltal wlth the cqulpmcnt ncccssary to an Idcal Instltution. Tho hospltal was to havo boen bullt from tho ln ,como of thc ostate of tho lntc Thoraas Thompson, whoso will left tho lncomo of hls cstato to bo appllcd to tho rc llof and support of poor scamstrcsses, noedlowomcn nnd shop plrls who mny bo In tcmporary ncod from want of omployment, blcknoss or mlsfortunc, ln tho towns of Brattleboro, Vt., and RhlnobGck, N. Y. By a decrec of court, lf the whole of sald lncome -was not nooded ln nny ycar for tho rclicf of the clas&esnamed.the tntstoos wero to apply nny surphis to klndred charl table purposes ln oach of theso towns. whlcli included thc cqulpment nnd carryliiR on of a hospltal ln whlch pcr- sons of thc classps above namcd, should hnvc tho flrst prlvllccc of nd- misslon and frco treatmont; afterward Its bonofits were to be Blvcn othcr worthy 'pcrsons. prefcrcnce bclng glv cn first to porsons from Brattleboro and Hhlncbcck, and afterward to por sons from towns in thc viclnlty. Fur- thormorc, thc surpliis could be usnd for the caro and support of the agetl or dlsablcd in hoincs or In oonncctlon wlth n hospital or otherwls". and fl nally such othcr klndred charlty for poor or dlsablcd pcrsons as the trus toes, l,atirenee Mlnot and Itlchnrds M. Bradlcy of Boston, nilght dcter- niino worthy. Thc work upon the hospltal plans had been practlcally completcd, thc plans,' havlng boen np provod by Drs. S. K. T.awton and A. I. iMiller of thc comnilttce and by the trustecs. Tho plans wcrc drawn by Kendnll. Taylor & Stcvons. Tho trus tecs, aftcr conslderablc dclay, had ac cumtilatcd monoy cnough to warrant bullding and wcrc rcady to let thc contracts, when thoy were stoppcd by an order of tlio court. I.ast f.ill thc Vermont lcclslntnrc nnKKed nn not permitting thc appolntmcnt of a Ver mont trustcc by thc jtidgc of probato. for trusts an&Tvorlng thc dcscriptlon ai tnis trust. anu at thc reccnt annual , town-mcctlng a resolutlon was passcd dlrectlng thc seloctmcn to cnforcc thls act. Trustecs Minot and Bradlev were lnforroed March 3 of these facts by local attorneys. who, It ls understood. wcrc cmploycd by thc selcctmon for tho purpose stated in thc rcsolution. The trustecs having glven a bond to tho MassaehtiBotts suprcmc court.. whlch has jurisdlction ovcr thc prop erty of thls trust. and to whom thcv are rcsponsiblc fqr Its propcr man agemcnt. appllled to that court for lnstructlons- as to thc propcr coursc to pursuc. At a hoarlng In Boston. Aprll 14, an aflldavlt was presontod from T.awycrs Watcrnian. Martln and Fitts nsklng for postpoiiemcnt in order that thcy might be hcard in bchalf of thc people of Vermont, stating thnt they had bccn commlssloncil by thc govcrnor of Vermont for that purpose. Tho oxecutlvo committce of thc sew ing omen of Brattleboro scnt a let tcr stating that thcy dld not approvo of thc actlon of thc tnwn-mcctlng. and dld not wlsh. at the present tlmc. to take part In any procccdlngs. Thc judgo stated that a scrious condltlon of affalrs, involving a possiblc con flict of jurisdlctlon, had bccn created. that thc case mlght havo to be hcard by thc fnll bcnch. whlcli does not meot untll fall. and that meantlmc nothlng should be pald out In Ver mont; but on rcpresentatlon by thc trustecs that they wcrc thcn caring for some slck scwing womcn and for othors oonvalescent from surglcal op cratlons upon whom such an order would brlng grcat hardshlp, thc court conscntcd to modlfy its order so far as to nllow hclp to be rcndcrcd whcrc absolutely necessary to tho sewlng womon. It dld not, however. modlfy Its decislon so far as to allow thc work of constructlng thc hospital to continuo. and thc matter stands, wlth tho work on the hospltal Indeflnitely stoppcd, unless, perhaps, somo chango of conditions can be brought about. Tho trusteos say they arc ready to go on as soon as allowed, but that the remcdy for tho situatlon does not now llo ln thelr hands. It seems that work on the hospltal has been stopped be causo of tho rcsolution passed ln town meotlng, whlch tho trustecs fcel surc was tho rosult of a misunderstandlng of tho circunistanccs on tho part of the voters. Tho people ot Brattleboro will especlally regret that anything should occur to dcprivo thcm of the prlvileges of a complcte hospltal. For scvcral years Brattleboro has dis cusscd ways and means for tho es tabllshment of a public hosiiital, and now that lt seemed altuost an assured fact, it is hoped that somo way bo found by whlch the work may pro ceed. There is a suggestion that a special town-meetlng bo held when tho matter can bo dlscussed in its va rlous phases and when the recent res olutlon can bo resclnded and the se lectmen requested to notlfy tho Mas- For Poor Health. There is no health possible without pure blood, and no pure weaK or oisoraerea. Kia tne Diooa ot all the stomach strong and healthy with Hostetter's years of cures certainly iustifies a fair trial. Avoid all counterfeits. The genuine is sold only ini I only ini k. Yourl Prlvate Stamp over the neck. yon. snchusctts court of tho wlsh of tho townspeoplo that work on tho hospltnl proceed. fSprlngflcld Hcpubllcan. LATER. Work Will be Begun on the Hospltal at Oncc. Work will bo begun on tho Thomp son hospltal at an carly dato. Judgo E. h. Watcnnan and Clnrko C. Pltts, engagctl by tho selcctmon to reprc scnt tho lnterosts of tho town, held a confercncc wlth Trustecs Mlnot and Bradlcy ln Boston' yestcrday, whon an ngrcemcnt was rcached to push tho work on tho hospltal plans. A mysterlous affalr wns tho doath, at Hotel I-cnox, In Boston, of E. M. Thaycr, 28, nf Nowton, of what tho physlcians call brlghts dlsoasc. Ho wna an lnsurnneo ngent and promotor of nilnlng enterpriscs, and it provca that ho was lnsured. for $178,000, though not supposed to be a man nblo to pay tho premlums, whlch would amount to over $25,000 a year. Further lnvcstigation shows that ho was a eonfossed forgcr, havlng been just nrrestcd, and wns surc to be con victcd nnd punlshcd. Still lt ls as sorted tliat lt was not BUleido, and to add to the pathos and to tho compll catlons hls widow gavo blrth to a child a day or two nfter hls doath. It is sald that the Insurance companios will pny thc insurance. ifidlan Namcs. Ye suy thoy nll havo pnssed uwa, 'lliat noble race nnd brave, That thelr llHht canuos havu vanlshcd From oit the crestcd wave; Tiiut iuld ilio forests wheie they roamud Thuru rings no huntcr'u shuut; But thelr nuine ls on juur waters, Ye may not wash It out. 'Tis wheru Ontailo's blllow Llke ocean's surge is curled, Wheru strong Ntagara's thunders wnko Tho ocho of tho world, Whero rel Mlssourl bringeth Itlch tnbute from the West, And Itappahannock swcutly slceps on green Vlrglnla's breast. Yc say thelr conc-llke cablns, That clustered o'cr the vale, Havo lled avray like wlthered leavog tl.-fr.i tha iltimi'o f-nlo1 iiut thelr memory livcth on your hllls, Thcir bnptim on your shoro; Your evcrlastlng rlvers sponk Thelr dlalect of yoro. Uld Massachusetts wears lt Withln her lordly crown, And broad Uhlo bonrs lt Amtd hls young runonn; Connecticut hnth wreathtd lt Where her qulet follage waves, And bold Kentucky breathes it hoarso Through all her anclent caves. Wnchusett hldes lts llngerlng volco Withln hls rocky henrt, And Allegheny gravcs lts tone Throughout hls lofty chart; Monadnoek on hls forehead hoar iJoth soal tho sncred trust; Your mountalns bulld thelr monument, Though ye dcstroy thelr dust. Ye call these red-browed brethrcn The Insects of an hour, Crushed like the nuteless worm amld The reglons of thelr power; Ye drlve thcm from thelr father's lands, Ye brenk of falth thc seal, But can ye from the court of Hcaven Exclude thelr last appeal? Ye see thelr unreslstlng trlbes, With tollsome stop and slow, On through the trnckless desert pass, A caravan of woe; Thlnk ye tho Kternnl Ear Is deaf, IIIs sleepless vlslon dln? Thlnk ye the soul's blood may not cry l'rom thnt far land to Hlm? Lydla II. Slgourney Tlioro 1 iimio 1 .ilttrrli in thls wctioil f tlio cmiiiti-v tlinnnll otlier dten-o- imt toiretlior, nnd untll tlio lii-t low your"- wiiei!lpo-od to Ik5 liiruniltlo. Fur 11 ineat liiniiy ar d(K' toiT pi-ouotitn otl it a loral dlM'iio, and iiix eriUil lneiil loinelio and b c.iitnntly fiul- IIIIT t(l CUIO Wltll loi'rtl tUMtlllOllt, pI'IIIIHIllH'Oll lt ini'iirablo Si'ioii"o lia- pruNod oiitarrli ln v a coiiMitiitloniil dlMaK'. nnd thoiefoi-o rc-qtllie- i'oiititiiiinu:il tit'iitnuMit . IIull' ('11 tarili ('1110. iiinmil.u'tuiitl by K. .1. t'lieney Ar l'o Tnlodn, tiliK,. ) Ilio only ron-titutlonill oiiif on tlio iii.ukot. It l takou inteiiielly ln cUws tniin liiilnii - 1.1 a loa-piinnlul. lt iu t diiootly nn tlio Wo'ul nn I lmiroue urfaio of tlio cj.-tom. Thoj nllor oro liunditi) dollai tnr nny cd.-e il fml- tn 01110. tViid for oircu-lai- nnd te-tlinonmlp. -Xildiv. '. .1. rHK.NKY A. CO., Tolodo, O. Sold I iv DrimiriMp. r"'. IIull'.- Fainlly I'lll 1110 tho lt. Lottor to C. W. Puffor. llraltlolKini. Vt. Hoar Slrj lli'i-o-- nhnt "woi-longor" imntiK. 1). T. Mi fimvn, 1 Oopor-town. .. Y.. bullt a hoiio in '.s5 nnd piiintiil Di'xoo. Tlio palnt liotod ton o-. A joar r tn lutor. ti iiolglilxir bullt 11 hou-o nndp.tinvd it load nnd oll. Tlio iiclghUir's hou-ewii' n'l'tiiiitoil t"ke in thoHiiuo tlino. Tlii look- 11 lf tlio nolKlibur's houo wns p.ilntiHl tluoo tiiiie inoltrlit or 11I110 yonrs nnd Mctinwn'!. iinio iu ton jonrs. Wo iut) not qllltO SIUX' WO tOll tllO tlllo 11 It OOlllOS tO US. It i oiimmh to Miy that Hooo I.eail and Zlno larb twlcu u lontr a load and oll aloiio. Tlio reii'-on I-: white lend Is Mift and oliulk oll: zluo ls luti-il; tuiil. whon tlioniunhly ground In to tho load, pioM iitt. Its thiilklng nnd liiakos It luoio dur.tble. Youii. truly, I. W. Devoo.VCo. New Yoik. P. S. Itiibbln- and Powlo fell our palnt. Will lie found 1111 oMollont relnedy for slck lioiidaolio. Caitor'h Little I.her 1'ilK TI1011 anil'i ot lotU'rs tiom jionplo who havo usotl them proo tlils laot. Try them. Will poitlcly oiirofiok lioadiiclie nnd pro vont its lotiiru. Caitor's Little Llver 1'ills. TMsl-iiiot talk, but trutli, Ono pill a dose. .oo advo. tlrt'iiient. Siunll plll. Mnnll dose. fmull prieo. !ccjul 5oticcs. Listers' Notice. Wo lieroliy glvo notlco that wo havo tlils day lodged In tlio Town Clork's olliee an nbtraot of tho Indlvldual list of tlio tax payers of tho Town of Ilrattleboro, and wo will Ikj ln mjssIoii nt tho Listers' Room, Town Hall, Saturday, May 23,1903, to licnr all wlm mny feel agtfrievod and to cor rect any orroi-s. All tax iuiycrs should poo tliut thelr llsts are ooncot. Jtlli.N t. t'l'TTINO, IIKHIIUKT II.IMlAMIinitLAlN, AZOII MAKIIA LL t..i. ii. crnwoiiTii. liutAM v. wi:atiii:iiii:ad, Listeis. llrnttlcboro. 't Jlay 15, ll. QO M M I PS I O N K I S' X OT1 V R. kstati: or ni.uu 1:. tyi.hu. ilio uudi'iinioi lniving boen appointcd by tlio Ilon. I'liiliale C'ouit for tlio dbtiietof .Miulboio ( imimi-sicniois. to iceelve, o.vaiulno and iuljust all olulms and iloimiiius or nll p poiih uimiitet tlioo-tato of Cliarlos K. Tylor li of Xowfane. Iu mld dlstrlot, doioiifed, and all cluliiis uxhlbituil ln ollj-t t tliereto, liewby glvo notleo that wo will meet tor tlio miinoo aloiVMiId, at thc pn-l-ollUu Iu Willlauisvlllo 011 thollildiiy of .I11110 ti 1 it 1 X'lst dii) of Ootober noxt, from 2 o'cloek 1: M. unlll t o'olook i. M., oaehofMiiil days, anil that sl.v nmiitlis from tho tli iluy ot Aprll A. 1. Wl ls tlio tlmu llmited by giild court for salil cicdltors to pro tout thelr oliiiius to us for cxtiuiinatlon and nllounuco. Dated at Newfano, Vt., tlils Utli day of May A. U. lura. (IKOHOK II. WILLIAM8, 1 romnl,,,lonprs CHESTElt K. 1'KltltY. I Lommlssloncrg. Judge the Store by Its Reputation. Nobody knows shoe values. tions enough to prove the rule. hazard and wakes up to disappointment, or pins faith to some reliable store and keeps safe. It is cheaper in the end to buy good, dependable footwear-shoes that are solid and made up for hard service-than it is to see how cheap one can buy. If we have met with any degree of success in the busi ness world, we believe it is due solely to the fact that we have always sold good, reliable merchandise at reasonable prices, been strictly honest with our customers, stood squarely behind every pair of shoes sold, and always ex changed goods or cheerfully refunded the purchase price when desired. Success is a sign post worth watching for large successes never come undeserved." We invite everyone to call in and look over our new spring lines; they were never stronger. BARGAIN DEPARTMENT. This week we add several new lots to our bargain tables. As soon as a regular line stops selling or when we find that we have too many lines at a certain price, we at once proceed to make prices that will clean them up. People find it extremely profitable to keep an eye on the different sales we inaugurate from week to week. Just Take a Glance at These Prices. Men's $1.25 Vcal Calf Lace and , Men's $2.50 and $3.00 Box and Vel Congress, In all slzes. Men's Blcycle . our Calf and Patent Calf Oxfords, sev shoes both Tan and Black In canvas ! eral lines that we are closing. Very and leather; slzes rather broken, 99c t satlsfactory wearlng shoes, $1.98 Men's $1.50 and $1.75 Satln Calf j Men's $3.50 Enamel Oxfords; heavy Lace, all sizes. Thls shoe is an ex-' soles, cap toe. All slzes $2.47 cellent bargain at the price we have j Men-S $3,00 Box Calf Lace, heavy marked it. Many samples and odd , waterproof soles. This shoe will pairs also included In this lot, $1.23 stand the water the best of anything Men's $2.50 Lace, cao toe. medium we have. We have declded to close t roIo. Wo hav. r.hsnnf.ri th nppfnra. tlons on this shoe, hence the sacrifice. All slzes at present. Thls will prove a blg seller, $1.59 Men's $3.00 Heavy Calf Congress and Lace, heavy double soles, broad cap toes. txiremeiy saiistactory shoes for hard wear, $1.98 Men's $3.00 Box Calf Lace. Good year welt. Slzes 5 to 72, $1.98 Men's $2.00 Mllwaukee Oll graln Lace (Creedmoor style) heavy tap soles, adapted to out door and farm wear. Strictly solld, $1.59 Men's $3.00 and $3.50 Patent Calf Lace, many broken lines and odd pairs that we have declded must be sold, re gardless of what they cost. Here Is an opportunity to purchase a palr of fine dress shoes at a low price, $1.98 Our mail department is becoming a large feature of our business. We are receiving orders daily from outside towns and in many instances from distant states. Every pair of shoes is guaranteed to be as represented and.we stand behind them just the same as our regular stock goods. Remember that goods can be exchanged or the money cheerfully refunded. DTJNHAM BR0THER Brattleboro, Vt. Summer Millinery. We are constantly adding to our stock Ladies' Misses' and Chil dren's Hats, in all the latest ideas. Now is the time to pur chase, while the stock is com plete. Give us the pleasure of pleastng you. Ask to see our table of 25 and 50 cent hats. Flowers 5 10 and 15 cents per bunch, Mus lin hats at a very low price. Mrs. W. F. NEAL, Elllot Street. nut lin ac chll Utiu 4nnuA style In the fall, $2.47 ; Women's $1.25 and $1.50 Oxford Tles, Southern Tles and Prlncess. Many styles and odd lots, both Tan and Black, 99c Women's $1.25, $1.50 and $2.00 but ton shoe. About 100 pairs In this lot imiuijr i-vyu (jdus diiKc. Mnyone who can secure a fit in thls lot will save money, 99c Wr? ,!2; J2 "J- u V r Z-i? , V , f" in iinh iui. 1 ncy inciuoe wnat is now l left over from several lines. Price $1.59 Women's $2.00 and $2.50 Vlcl Kld and Patent Oxfords. A large number of samples Included In thls lot, $1.59 Women's $3.00 Box Calf and Vlcl Coffee Special. 20 Ounces For a pound For 10 days. FAULTLESS MOCHA AND JAVA COFFEE. By special arrangement with the importer, for the next 10 days ev ' ery purcliaser of this delicious Cof fee will receive ao ounces for a pound, or 1 1-4 lb. at the price of a pound. This Offer Expires May 28. J. E. GLEASON, 32 Elllot St. An Engllsb, curato who has just on terod the workhouso at Tlverton, atter being without employment for three years, had made 470 unsuccessful ap pllcatlon8 for a place. He had previ ously Berved 23 years as a curate, but found that vlcara wanted only young men-. There are scarcely excep One buys either at hap- Kid Lace and Button. Four lines In cluded ln thls lot, slzes a trifle broken, $1.98 Women's $2.50 Vlcl Kld Oxfords, stock tlp, Goodyear welt sole, sizes somewhat broken, $1.98 Women's $3.00 Velour Calf Lace, medium heavy Goodyear welt sole, sizes somewhat broken, $2.47 Youths $1.00 Satln Calf Lace, sev eral styles that we are closing, 79o Youths' $1.25 Satln Calf and Seal Graln Lace, all sizes, 11 to 2, 99c Youths' $1.50 and $1.75 Box Calf Lace, nearly all slzes, 11 to 2, $1.23 Boys' $1.25 Satln Calf and Seal Grain Lace, slzes 2'2 to syg, $1.23 ooys' z.oo Box Calf Lace, all sizes . zy3 to 5JA, $1 59 Boys' $1.25 Vlcl Kld and Satln Calf I Lace, slzes a little broken 99c ! $1 25 Box cS Vi'c. Kid anS i patent Lace and Button, several styles, sizes broken, 99c Mlsses' $1.00 Kld Button and Lace. Mostly odd pairs and samples. Sizes broken, 79c Infants 75c Red and Tan Button and Lace. Slzes becomlng a little broken, 49c Greenfield, Mass. tyy E can supply COAL TAR For use in planting corn. ROBBINS & COWLES, Brooks House Block. A speclnl map of tho section about Norfolk. Va., just completed by the United States geolpgical survey, shows clearly that, contrary to tho common idea, tho Burfaco of tho Qreat Dlsmal Swainp is 7 to 10 feet above that of tho surrounding country, and that streams are draining out of it ln all dlrectlons.