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raEJRMONT PHCENIX, 13RATT LEJ3QRO, FRIDAY MAY 15, !().
THE LOCAL FIELD. BROOKLINE. . SIIm Delom Stylos snent Sunday nt lior noine ln rcteruoru, 11. ome ln t'cteruoru, 11. Mrs. Hnrry Jlurtln of Xurthnnipton Is cre to nsslst ln cnrliiB for hcr futlior, T. . Allbce. Jlr. Allbeo scems moro com- licre il. Allbce. Jlr. Allbce scems moro com tortnuic man inst wecK. Tho young miin who works for 13. 1'. Osgooil mot wltli mi necldont Jlonday. A palr of sleers lio wns drlvlng rrtn, unJ ln tryltiR to stop them ho fcll iuul the wtig on "vvheels iiitsic(l over lils leg, fructur Ing tho bonu. Tlic acckleiit 1 iiartleulur ly tinfortunute, ns thc young liian ls a ilenf liuitc. EAST DOVER. Lorenzo Jletculf Is 111 wltli grlp. llnrlnnil Jefts Iiiih llnlshed drlvlng fctnge amt C. 1.. llall hns resumcd lils old plnce ufter a month's vaeutlon. Jlrs. S. -t. Green went YVedncxduy to Grafton to vUlt her slster, Jlrs. Charlos AVlilto. Jlr. Circen has bcon slaylng lieic wlth lier sleter, Jlrs. 11. 1. Turner, during tho wlnter aiul sprlng. WEST DOVER. Jlrs. V. L. Uplon and Jlrs. Alla iulnn nuide a hoit trlp to North Adums last week. l'hllo Slhley ol Jlonrue Brklgo ls nt wurk for J i J ! i 1 1 Dassctt ln lils wlld goose cliiie for gold. The ludles' alit soclety wlll meet wltli lli. C. U. Jlunn next Wednesday after noun. All aic lnvlted. The llsters lune coinpleted the grand list ot the town, und flnd ln town 21 yoko ot uxeii, 321 cow8, 1SG horses, 315 neat etock, u5 sheup, 7" swlnu. Jl. J, UarrlK wns calloil to Greontleld last wcck Wcdnesdity 'by thu lllness of Jlrs. llurrls, who had been helplng cure for ner slsler, .Mrs. llattie Butulieldor. Ureat exclteinuiit provails lu tho vlc lnty of thu gold regiun; ln fuct, theru scems to be muri. e.clteinent than gold, ub we havc not hcard of any belng found. GREEN RIVER. llejiry Lynde of Farlcy spent Sunday wlth lils brother, George. 1). Jl. Thompson vlsltcd lils son, John Thompsoii, ln Greenllehl last week. Itev. Jlr. Irving wlll eonduct servlces at tho church next Sunday at 2:S0 o'clock. All aru lnvlted. The telcphone has been movcd thls week from the store of llull ie Allen to the i"0ht ottlce and storo at ilrs. 11. Stowe'H. Itoy llayncs and famlly have muved from the Arthtir Lynde farm to Guilford Centre, where Mr. llayues wlll work on the Guilford Sprlngs farnl. Jlrs. I'annle Thomas, who was so sc verely Injuied severul weeks ago by be lng thrown from her earrlage, ls lmprov Ing, but ls not alile to be out of door yet. S. A. Itlchmond and famlly are movlng thls week to Karley, whero Mr. Klch mond has work ln the new box shop. We are very sorry to lose the famlly from our lielghborhood. The farmers are very busy wlth thelr sprlng work. Some have planted thelr corn and potatots. Unless we have abundant rains soon the hay crop wlll be a lallure. The hill pastures look now much as they do ln August. GUILFORD. Jlrs. V. A. Larrow and ehlldren wlll move to Brattleboro to llvo as soon as posslble. Mrs. Jennle 13. I'owers mado a vlslt to thls plaee thls week, and one man's poor old horse wlll take a wcek's rest ln the barn, by her orders. Blshop Hall wlll vlslt Chrlst church on Sunday afternoon, May 21, and wlll prcach. The cholr from St. Mlehacl's Kplscopal church ln Hrattleboro wlll be present to furnlsh the niuslc. The next meeting of the local V. C. T. U. wlll be hehl next Tuesday after noon at 3 o'clock at the parsonage. Belegates wlll be appolnlcd for the county comention nnd all reports mado out. It is hoped all members wlll be present. Mrs. George P. Miller gave a party for the yoimg people of thls vlclnlty last Monday evenlng, the guest of honor belng Mlss l'hoebe Morgan, who return td to her home ln New York on Wed nesday, after a stay of soveral months wlth her couslns," Itev. and Mrs. 13. C. Flsher. GUILFORD CENTRE. Mrs. Mary Glle is very sick wlth the grlp. W. F. Morse of Sprlnglield, .Jlnss,, was ln town over Sund.iy. Mlss ICIolse Goodnow Is spending a week's vacation at home. Mr. and Mrs. Alton Glle of Keene vls ltcd at 1'red C. Itichaidsun's Saturday. Mrs. Klllot Conyers Is ln Uostnn, where she has bion vlsltlng tho past two weeks. Broad Iirook Gr.uiKc will glve a slraw berry festival ln June, noticc of whlch wlll be glven later. Nine member.s of Hroad Iirook Grango nttendtd tho I'omoua meeting ln Hrat tleboro Thursday of last .week. Mr. and Mrs. llenry KnlKht of rovI dence, It. I., are vlsltlng at the homo of Mrs. Knlght'K father, John S. Wood. L. B. Balloek of Sprlnglleld. Mass., spent Saturday and Sunday wlth lils brother, S. M. Bullock. A largo conipany attended the May dance given by the Orange Frlday even lng, and a good sum was reallzed by the Grange. Mrs. S. M. K. Bullock returned from a trlp to Sprlnglleld, Mass., Saturdav and went Sunday to care for .Mrs. W. G. Wordcn. Mr. and Mrs. F.dwln I.egate, who have ppent the wlnter wlth thelr son, 13. W. Legate. have gone to Colraln to spend some tlme. The next regular meeting of Broad Brook Grange wlll be held Monday even lng, May 25, that nll'who wlsh may at tend the Soth annlversary of Protectlve Grange, the 27th at Brattleboro. O0TJ)&bl Glve the young follcs all they want of It I I Thecost islext to nothlng two cents a I quart and the more Willlams' Root Beer I they drink in not weather tlie healthier Q nojni uicy wm oe. tts roots and herbs are nature's tonic j they cool, refresh and Etrcngthen the whole system. Ifs a marvel in thirst quenclilng, its flavor is dellcious, and that such a satlsfying drink can be made without alcohol is a grand thing for tlie temperance cause, A few bottles lcept on the ice wlll be worth thelr wcight In gold during the warm season, Inslst on havinc Wllllams' and onlv Wllllams'. V W1LLI AMS & CARLHTON CO IIitford,Conn., Mkf of WillUmt' Hvorine EiK. HALt. Tho ladles' nld soeloty wlll mect Wed nesda.v, May 2U, afternoon and evenlng, wlth Mrs. O. J. llnlu nt the chureh ves try. l'apers wlll be read by Mabel Whlt ney and Udna I'helps. me uuimsi auminy scnoui wnx ro orpnlilzoit lnst Sumlay wltli tlio follow In oIIIcctb: Suiierlntciidcnt, 11. 11. Tliom neidstnnts. II. I,. Mchols aiul -Jtls: The Baptlst Sunday school wnx ro- Wllll ino luuow- Flora Bennetl; elerk, Charles I'ottor: trcnsurer, Mlss Bennett; llbrnrlnns, Wlll Akley nnd Ernest Thonias. WEST HALIFAX. Memorlal Day Observance. J. h. Martln of Brattleboro has been engaged as speaker for .Memorlal day. The Brattleboro druni eorps wlll furnlsh tho miiHlc. J. C. YVlnn wlll be marshal. A fiee dlnner wlll be served as lisual tit vlllngo luill. The eoinmltteo for vlsltlng tht seVeral sehools conslsts of Comrado lClbrldnc WiHidwnrd ln So. 1, Sumner Worden lu Xo. 1. Wllliam B. Warren ln Nii. 11, Ira Larrabee ln No. t), KI S. Oook ln Xo. 4, 11. B. Brown ln Xo. 2, O. F. A llson ln Xo. , F. II. Xlles ln Xo. 7, Kllas 1'routy lu Thonias hlll dlstrlet. Followlng nre the eommlttees nppolnled: tablo eopiniltteo, A. A. III1I, Wm. 13. t'lnrk, X. K. Thurber, Mrs. Churles Clark, Mrs. Warren Xlles. Mrs. F. T. Mlnnr. Mrs. D. 13. Tueker, Mr.. C. 11. Loarn- ard, Mrs. Xelsou Vilson. lllss Mn .1 Llaik. Mlss Xelllo lncent; llornl com- inlttee, Mrs. A. C. Jones, Mrs. J. 13. Bor ry, Mrs. F. II. Xlles, Mrs. G. L. Clark. Mrs. J. C. Wluti, Mrs A. K. I'owers, .Mrs. W. 13. Clark, Mrs. 13. S. Cook, Mrs. WEST WARDSBORO. Irank Stone. Jlrs. W. B. Warren, Mrs. ,,, n ,. , , Arthur Stone, Mlss Allce Stone, Jlrs. ' " .'..f"' ( ?nr"p- nre Susau Larrabee; coinmltlee to nrrange ! "T l""" father . tho progrnm for the sehools, Mlss Marcla t,xl,pft'd hat Ilev. o. II. I'almer Butterlleld. "f llmlngton wlll preuch Sunday morn- AU aie lnvlted to brlng llowers and pro- lllK' vlsions, nnd on enily nttendance Is do- ! Tne ongagement Is nnnounced of Mlss slred as the proeesslon wlll stnrt from dlth Bearsg nnd llaymond ltlce, for Grand Army hall at 10 n. m., nnd mareh ; mirl' of thls town. to the Bnptlst church, whero the ex- i Mr. Ci.rser and farnllv have rnoved from erclses wlll be held. The sehools of the i N'"W York to the Kendall farm, whlch and the seholars are requested to gnthcr ni ine senooinouse niui mareh wlth the velernns to tho church. After the ex erclses nt the ohurch tho usual cxer cises wlll be held at the cemetery, after whlch the proeesslon will roturn to tho rlllngc hall. JACKSONVILLE. Joseph Cndorct has moved to Mrs. Moro's house. Xapoleon Bouten has sold hls farm to J. 1. I.eonard. Swa.llows tame last Staurday and bob ollnks one day later. 13. L. Itobelts of rimttlf.1 on frlends here lately. C. L. and B. A. Grlilin ot Xow York were ln town Wednesday. ,, ,, ,, , I M, M. BurilS ftlld wlto lmvo rnpnntK- I .i.vi. ,ii ,3in luiii'iu, tiun Sltlie. i i . tn. 1 .1.,.. . George W. Chase of Orango has been vlsltlng ln town the past week. Tommorow the Shattuckvllle ball nlne ' will cross luts wlth the local tcim on I Itoberts's llat. F.. S. Alleil h.l r,tllpln,l frnm r flul wlth relatlves ln Fltehburg, Mass., and Merlden, Conn. Dr. O. B. ltoberts of Baldwinsvllle, Mass., is spendlng a short vacation wlth hls parents here. ln the last game of baso ball, Whit ingham vs. Halifax, the score was 21-3 ln favor of Whitingham. Last Frlday mornlng there were hardly auy leaes upon the trees, but in two days a goorl follage had appoared. Tho ladies of the Universalist soc clety will hold thelr next meeting Thurs day afternoon, May 21, wlth Mrs. Della ltoberts. Last Saturday the boys nlne playcd hall on Itoberts's llat wlth the Wilming ton boys. Score, 11-10 ln favor of Jack sonville. There has been a change ln the Sunday hours at the post olllce. Hereafter tho olilee wlll.bu open from 0 to 10 n. m and from u to C. p. m. JAMAICA. Thursday mornlng. The ladies' Industrlal soclety mot Wed nesdny wlth Mrs. Hoblnson. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Carpenter left here Thursday for North Adams. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Boynton return ed to Boston Frlday taklng wlth them thelr daughter, Jessie, who wlll rcmain wlth them permanently. F. S. Porter and Jullus White moved Frlday into the Wells tenement, nnd Monday Mr. and Mrs. Hartwell began housekeeplng in tho parsonage. George Butler and Mlss Blnnche But ler of New York were In town Sundav. They took Mlss Florence Muzzv wlth them to Brattleboro aiul Bellows Falls. Ihe members of the W. C. T. U. have starteit a wlde nwuke" contest, tho nieinbershlp belng divldcd into sldes.' Slrs Itobinson nnd Mrs Selier chooslng mi ns for a spelling match. Mrs. Amsdon, the umplre. wlll be on nelther slde, but wlll keep necount of tho credlts of all as follows: Belng present nt regular meeting, 1; responso nt roll call, 1; tak in part in iliscusslon. 1; vlsltlng slck or new member, 1; brlnglng a vlsltor to meeting, 3: taklng the Fnion Slgnal, 10; tnking the Young Crusader, 10; pavlng duos, 10; wearins tlie white rlbbori nt meetlngs, 5. At tho elose of the con test the wlnners wlll bo t'nlertnlned by the loslng slde. SOUTH LONDONDERRY. Mr. aiul Mrs. Jerome Nldo vlslted frlends in Alnnclint..r tutc .At , - " ' "oe remscMi 10 join me striKers. lie was Itev. Jlr. Coburn attended tlie mis'slon- attaeked wlth stones nnd clubs by the ary rally nt Bellows Falls .on Thursday. i rest and ho defended hlmself wlth a re Mrs. W. C. Sinnlea of Siirlngfleld vlslted nt il. AWdley's , last week. Several from tlil nlrie., ft.n.iA.i .u. nuction nt Mrs. A. A. Batley's at the north ' tumne insi aiuruay. oe L-.ipaui oi turning out nll klnds of Charles Coy of New' York ealled on K,ass' u w111 1'roduce n sheet of wln frlends In town thls week. Mr Coy wns llmv Kl"fs ,iftt't,n tevt by flve. every n former resldent here, but Is dolng a, mlnll,- Operated by six men, It wlll successful lnislness In the bakery llne lio tlle work of z" cnl'loylnB the old in New York clty at present. und owns "10tnoils- It does nll the work, melting a handsome home in Yonkers N Y I the Blass and turning out the flnished The Methodlst ladies' ald soclety' held "rf""lct c,",v '" '" 'ho cuttlnK a ten-cent supper und nn lce cream sale . r00,m,.1 A com'lan' w, be organlzed on Wednesday evenlng. There was mu. I ,nnd thc mnnufacture of glass wlll be slc. tableaux'and redtatlon. for eiUerl ' begun bofore the cnd of thls year. The tnlnment, and the occaslon was a pleasant ' "V.u""0", wl". , "nJoiilitedly do nway one. 1 wlth much of the hand lnbor heretoforo t reiiulred for the manufacture of glass. WEST DUMMERSTON. W. W. Wllson and son, John have g'one j away on a buslness trlp. Mrs, Anthony Huntley and Mrs. Fred I Ttogers nre under the doctor's care, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey of lllnsdale and Mr, Oallup of Grafton have been vlsit I Ing at Ben Gallup's. DUMMERSTON HILL. John M. Baker Is on the slck 11st. There will be nrenchlnir ni ti, .i,mi. house next Sunday at 2 o'clock p.'m. by I the pastor. Sunday school at 12.30. juim uuu uastings Wllllams havo bullt a barn on thelr lot at the lake, and hnvo bcgun the)r cottage. It will bo 20x20 feet. 1, story hgh. They expect to have It completed in n short tlme. STRATTON. Ernest Plke roturncd Mo'nday from the hospltnl In Boston, where ho recently underwent nn operation for appendlcltls. He Is improvlng rapldly. Shermnn Wnlto nnd Mlss Ida Frost, both of West Wnrdsboro, were unlted ln marrlago by A, E. Eddy, justice of the peace, on May 1, at the home of tho lat ter In thls town. WARDSBORO. Fled Clark nf Brattleboro spent SundRV wlth hls niuthifl', Mrs. Kinma Clark. .Mrs. Mnrla Hustln of Beloll, AVIs., ls vlsltlng her brWthcr", A. J, nnd c W. Mnrtln. Mrs. Wnlter Lelth of Oreenlleld spent Sumlny and .Mondny wlth hor motlier, Mrs. Mary Bllss. Mlss Julla IMerce of Ofeenlleld enme Saturday nlght to nttend tho funornl of Mlss Ada 13. Barber. Mr. UeWltt of Brattleboro nnd a frlend, who have been at Ihe hotel a few days, ri'turned home Wednesdny. Ilon. o. M. Bnrber of BeniiliiRton, who brought the boily nf lils slster here Snt urday for burlnl, relurned home Tuesdny. Mr. SnvaHe of lllnsdale spent Sunday at Charles Newromb's. Hls mnthcr. who hns been helplng Mrs. Xewcomb sev eral weeks, returned home wlth her son Mondny. Mrs. T. F. Johnson, who sprnlned one wrlst and broko u bmie ln the other by fallliiB frnm the steps. went to london derry Saturday to be care.l for bv her daughter, Mrs. Duvls. We nre very glnd to learn thnt Frank HeniK who hns been ln Colorndo the pnt wlnter on necount nf 111 henlth, has re turned home and wlll stay wlth hls slster, Mrs. Altha Terrlll. who has taken rooms ln 1.. 11. I'lumley's house. rPllr fntmt'fil vnH-tnM ATIU .ln i.. i ?. no. Vl'r' '! "! r."- Barber. who dled very suddenly ln flti- A. ..., , t Townshen,l ,,m ,. ...,i ,1 slsted by Itev. Georjte Cnnipbell. It is oxmti'.l I liii r il... w i' t it ...iii meet wlth .Mi-s. Ityder Thursdav after noon, May 21. .Mrs. A. A. Ityder wlll have ehargc of the.exerelse. WINDHAM. Dr. 13. 1. Uurton, 77, who dled ln Corv don, lown, Aprll 23, was a natlvo of thls town. He tnught school to ald hlm in securlng n niedical educutlon. He grad unted from the niedical depnrtment of the Universlty of Vermont in 153. Ile praetlced two years In Wardsboro, then took a post grndtiato courso In Xew York, roturnlng to Wardsboro for two yenrs moie of praetice. Ho went to Chesterfleld, 111., in ISOi. Ile served as nsslstant surgeon in the 7th Illlnols reg imeiit nnd as surgeon ln the 15th Illlnols "-'fciuivm. nu nveu vArtru ,ifin. il.n reglment. Ho llved in GIU. Mass.. two He th.'tl mnvro.l ti. . ... Xew York. Inwa, where ho nractlced many venrs. He hail llved In Crovden slnee 1&07. He married Harriet I.. Cald well of West Northfield. Mnss.. ln 1S5). Four ehlldren were born to them: 'Wll liam C. Burton. whn dled In 197; Mlnnio M., wlfe of I. G. D.ivls nnd Almnn P. Burton of Corydon, lown; and Dr. Allce K. Burton of Mason Clty, Iowa. Dr. Btiitnn wns a protnlnent inember of the Grand Army and was actlve ln church nffalrs. NEWS IN BRIEF. Plucky Young Woman Shot and Kill ed by Highwayman. Mlss Nllle Sturtevnnt, daughter of Janies S. Hturtevant. treasurer and see retary of the Medford, Mass., co-opero-tive bank, was sl.ot and kllled Thursday nlght on lier father's dourstep by nii imknown man. Mr. and Mrs. Sturtevnnt aiul Mlss Xelllo had been attendlng i; meeting of the bank. They were golng up the steps to the house when n man suddenly Jnmped out from behlml a bush and puinted a revolver at Mr. Sturtevant. '(live me that monev!" ho demanded. MWs Nellle h.id an umbrella in her hand.'and. springlng at the man. negau oeniing nun over the head. He llred. Mlss Sturtevant fell aiul dieil ni. ; most Inimedlately. Two more shots were hred by the stranger. but nelther took elTect. Then he Jnmped on n bl- ele and fled. An Itnlian wns arrcsted i on suspiclon, but hns been relensed. Capt Pershing's column hns won another iclory agalnst the Moro forces neeord lng to despatehes recelved Thursday. Ten forts were taken wlth small losses on both sldes. A number of Morns were cnpturod includlng thelr sultan. The Moros are lepnrted to be completely sub-ilui-d. , The New York pollco dlseovered on the Cunard lliic doeks, S.tturdaj, an infernal muehlne, intended for shipment on the steainshlp l'mbrla, with the ulttmate pur oose of destrolni' ihe board. It was opened and found to eon taln lmi pounds of dynamite, with a clock woik explodlng attaehmeat. A brother of I.eon Czolgoz, the assas sln of Presldent .MeKlnley, was arrested at Los Angeles, Thuri-day, for belng a siisplclous eharacter. Wlth Presldent ltoosevelt e.)ected In the clty every pre eaiitliui ror hls safety was taken, aiul Czolgoz's relntlonshli) to the assassin of the late presldent maJe hlm an object of MISplclull. An Itali.in Iahorer was kllled during a strike liot at Greenwieh, Conn., Frlday, as the result of an uttempt to lntlmldnte another laborer. A strike had been de clared by the majority of a gang of la borers on nti evcnvntlnn 1,,1, tlw,., 'one refused to Joln the strlkers. He was . L. Frlnk, a young mechanle of Cleveland. has lnventn.l n t,,.i,i., nromlses to revnlntinni ,in.. ''lower's trade. The machlno is said to i.ignt bulldlngs were on flre at one time In Lcomlnster, Jlass., Wednesday nnd the people were nlmost ln a panlc. The main loss was sustalned at North Leom Inster, where Phelps & Ilarrison's tnn nery was burned, property to tho valuo of over tfO.OOO belng destroyed. The firm was burned out in Bethel, vt threo years ngo, Mlchael Leonnrd, a sectlon hnnd, who was surrounded hy donso smoke. was run down by nn englne nnd kllled. Merrlll Moody, a promlnent lawyer who was nt ono tlmo candldato for mayor of Boston, dlsappeared from that clty ten yenrs ngo, lenvlng a shortngo of nbout $300,000 in funds whleh hr hn.l handlcd. Ile was arrcsted In New York thls week. IIo went from Boston to Moxlco, and later to Sllver Clty, New Moxlro, where ho bocame. a wealthy .... w. ,,u.,u,,,,i ,,.lllv, lill) i agent for New York cnpltnllsts with , ,..,. iu imi'ni, uim n jeaaer in tcrrltorlal pollllcs. IIo had been com Ing to Washington and New York sev eral years, nnd had a law odlcn ln the latter clty. Mr. Grump The dootor said I must drink mllk two hours before each meal. I'v been nt lt fur 15 mlnutes nlready, nn' I'm West if I kin Bwaller a drop more, Chlcago News. NEWFANE. Fred Itlee e.lme home on n vlslt thls week from Chaiielnont, Mass. Jlr. Allbef of Brookline has been able to rlde to thls vlllage thls week. JIIss Flsh returned recently from a few daj-s' vlslt nt Mrs. Cowen's In Put ney. The boily of Mrs. Shubel Barrett Is ex iweted today, Frldny, for Interment In the famlly lot. The annunl ineetliiR of the W. C. T. f. will be held at Mrs. O. W. Parsons's on Wednesday at 3 p. m. Mlss Sadlo fnderwui.il. a pupll in Ood dard Semlnary, Barre, spent pnrt of lnst wiek wlth her paienls aere. Ilev. and Mrs. 11. W. Uiwrenee arrived on Tiesday at C. It. HidlRiid's, the home nf Ihe bitter's slster. .Mr. Uiwtenee has reslKned the lxistnrute nf the Congreg.i tlonal ehureh in Wlllsboro, N. Y. Mrs. ('. I.. Heseock. Mrs. 11 c. Eager and .Mls A. 1J. Flsh attended the fun eral r Mlss Ada lt.irbir In Wardsboro S'.inclay. AINs Harlx r tortnerly took les soiis here lu stnonr.i phy of t'ourt Ite porler Chase. The inmiiMi was enllvened Saturday afternoon wlth a Ii.ihc Imll K-ime betwei-n the t.eland ,t Gray Semlnary and New fane teani. The score was !t-2 In favor of Townshend. Tht Bme drew siiectatnrs nnd tho pleasant little park was plc turcsuue wlth young llfe. Mrs. r. P. DeWltt and Mr. and Mrs. Jaines 1'nderwood have relurned from Southern Plnes. Mrs. DeWltt N spend Ing a few days wlth her son, Treasim-r DeWltt. She retiofts a healthful wlnter in North (,'arollna and snys that South ern Ilnes. a plaee 12 yenrs old, hns nevt r establlshed n cemetery. Rirehard post and rellef corps wlll at tend servlces In a liody at the Cnngrega tlonal ehureh Sunday mornlng, May 21, after whleh the veterans wlll hold Me morlnl exerelses ln the vlllage cemetery. The regular Memorlal day program of the 30th wlll be cnrrlod out In Town shend, neeordlng to the rotntlon . .r plnees whleh furnlsh the member of th- Oratul Arniy post. Danlel Mullett. a ettr.in from the n.i tlon.il soldlers' home lu Tngus. M-., eame lieri thls wi'fk to remove the rest of hl mnchinery for generatlng pouer, otherwlse "perpetunl motlon." to Togus. The late Sherlff Starkey of Urattlelior. a well-known ttgure for many years In county court serns and otherwle ns n resldent nnd busines man of the county wlll be mlssed as a genlal man readlly Interested to greet all and plensantly re member old aeiualntnnees. He wns a brother-ln-law uf ilrs. IMlpha Tuthlll. The Pllgrlm. n popular mapazlnr in a general descrlptlon of the eharacters and places whlch tlgure ln Winston Churchlll's famous novel, "The Crlsls," says that there ls no doubt that the Judce Whlpple of tho story wns Hnswell M. Fleld, a famous lawyer of the day, n natlve of Newfane, who attalned promlnenee as a lawyer here liofore he went West ltnswell Fletd was the father of the late lamented Eugene Fleld. of Chlcngo. An old resldent of St. Irfiuls who knew Judge Fleld well says the two eharacters nre Identleal ln nlmost every olnt. Judge Fleld. un liko Whlpple, mnrrled and had n famlly, but hi wlfe dled in 1"SI and hls sons. Kugene and Itoswell. were sent to llve wlth an aunt. the late Mlss Mnry French of Amherst. Mass., whn used to eome here to the Fleld plaee wlth the two boys. whose grandtnother wns then an Intcrestlne local eharacter. After thj boys came to Amherst Juilge Fleld llvetl the snme lonely llfe nttrlhuted to Whlp ple. never nppearing In soclety evcept at the home nf t'ol. B. K. Woods. hls flry frlend on Icust street. SOUTH NEWFANE. K. M. nnd C. L. Dexter are here to look after thelr summer homes. Mrs. Mnttle Wllllams ls Improvlng her house by puttlng on a plazza. Mrs. Love has been vlsltlng ln Mnssa chusetts during the past week. t 13. M. Stratton, who hns been ln Aga wam, Mass., two weeks, returned on Tuesday. C 13. Ingrnm has a very pretty house up on thc fnrm he bought recently from W. B. Balley. I Mrs Clarkson of. Connecticut Is car i Ing for her motlier. Mrs. Kunlce Goodell, j who has been serlously 111. I Mlss Kditli Sparks and frlends ot Brat- tleboro spent Sunday wlth her parents. Mr. and Mrs. 1 1. 13. Sparks. Mr. nnd Mrs. Wlll Mellen ot Brattle boro spent Sunday with Mrs. Mellen's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. O. Metcnlf. Itev. Mr. I.lngley Is in Townshend thls week nsslstlng Itev. Mr. Itoyal, who ls holdlng speclal meetlngs during the week. Albeit GoocU-ll, who has been wlth hls slster In Massachusetts during the past wlnter and sprlng, has returned to hls home in Marlboro. WILLIAMSVILLE. Mlss Ltzzle Mixner spent several days I last week wlth Mr. and .Mrs. D. It. Sted l man. ' Harry Dals of Brattleboro is spend , ing n few das with Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Tlinson. j Mrs. J. A. Young returned Monday evenlng to her home here after speudlng I slx weeks ln Sarntoga. I Charles II Dlcklnson of Wallingford, Conn., ts vlsltlng hls parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. D. D. Dlcklnson. Florence Mernfield is spondlng a week ln Northfield wlth her slster, LouUe, who Ih a pupll ln tlie Northfield Seml , nary. I Tho annual meeting of the cemetery .issoclation of tliis vlllage will bo held In school house hall nt 7:30 p. m. on Sat- , urday evenlng, Mny 10. ! Wlllle Corliett left ou Monday mornlng i for a home in Boston. IIo has llved wlth l C. E, Perry seven yenrs, and wlll be. mlssed lu hls home. Bertha Manchester has flnished work at tho tolephone exchange ln Brattleboro and ls at home. Mrs, Wllson and son have spent a few days with Mr. anJ Mrs. Manchester. Itev. 13. II. Goldthwalte and her motli er, Mrs. Sarnh Goldthwalte, left on Sat urday mornlng. They carry wlth them the love and respect of a largo number of frlends from both socletles, Herbert Ingrum, a deaf mute, broke hls leg Monday whlle nt work for Ephriam Osgood In Brookline. Dr. AVhite, hls guardlan, has hired Mr. nnd Mrs. Lyman Powers to care for hlm, and ho was brought to thelr home on Tuesday even- j ing. 13. It. Lincoln nrrlved nt hls home Frl day evenlng. He seems well for a mnn ot hls yenrs, nnd is so much pleased with Masomanie, WIs., that lie proposea to sell hls property here and to return to spend the rest of hls llfe wlth hls neph ew, George Lincoln and famlly. WEST TOWNSHEND. Frank Blood spent Sunday In Sprlng lleld. Fred ltolmes has been calling on old nciuaintnnces ln town. Victor nnd Carroll Boyden have been maklng thelr father a short vlslt. Mlss Kato Ilues has been spending a few days wlth Mrs. Georgo Dompler. LawTenco Ilardy was thrown from a blcycle on depot hlll Saturday nlght and recelved a severe blow on tho head. Mlsses Chrlstnbel and Wlnnlfred Gar fleld went to Bellows Falls Monday to play thelr vlollns at an entertainment thero ln the evenlng. Tha Good Templars wlll glvo an enter tainment Saturday ovenlng, May 1C. Among other nttractlons wlll be "A Mysterlous Disappearance," a farce, wlth seven eharacters ln the east, and n dark ey dlalogue, "Coon Crcck Courtshlp." Ice cream and cake wlll be served, TOWNSHEND. Mlss Ada E. Barber. The frlmids of Mlss Ada K. Barber Were sadilened to hear of her sudden death from heart dlsease on Tuesday, Mny 5, In Cinelunatl, Ohlo. She wa in tlie employ of John G. Iludson, nttorney, and, though not III. she was. nt tho tlme I of her deaih, taklng u brlef rest from her . ulftw woik. Her borty was tnken to Ver : niont by her brother, Ilon. U. M. Barber i of Bennington, and runeral servlces wi re . held the f(dlowllig Sunday In the Meth- odlst church In Wardsboro, Itevs. Camp bell of that plaee and Itoyal of Towns i ln nd oinclatlng. .Mlss Baiber was Irorn In 1V"S. nnd htr Klrlhood was spent In Wardsboro, utitll j she left home to take a euurse ol study lu l.elnnd .V Gray Semlnary. She rank ed Well as a stholar, nnd was graduatid ln tho elass of 1SS2. Followlng lu r grad untlon she entered upon a career of sev- i eral yenrs as Uncher, and nowhere was she lllore successrul, better apprirlnted, of more useful, tban In the ptibllc rhn.ds of Townshend, nnd adjolnlng tnwns. I3liergctlc. forceful. practleal nlways, tlie schoolroom afTorded just the pla e fi.r the exhlbltlon of that remarknbb- orlBinalltv nnil splenilld ixeeutlve abllit whlch she possessed. Fnillng health warned her to -.pi'k dif fercnt employinent. anci after an Inter val of preparatlon she spent seeral years ns stenographer In the olllie of o.-GoV. Page of Hyde l'ark. Agaln si-ek-lng less nrdous woik. she opeiud n drug store In Townshend, onlj to nbandon tlu buslness after sufffrlng loss b. tir. . A few months later. she rejmed her for mer occupatlon. l"..r a ye.ir or min he was In the Bennington Banner nilice and closed a long perlod of efllcient work in Vermont in the nlllee of her bruther. llers was a unltiue pcrsonallM. She was nothlng If imt intense. Wh.iteer nf truth she grasped must be llved in speeeh and jetlons. Frlends nlwns n Joyed her letters. so terse. rinalnt. au.l original; so klod. eheerful and helpful ln splrit. Chary of affeetlon. sh. . i lovlng unil well biloved, nnd it in evltable that klnd words ol Mppre. i.iti n of her charaetor should n a h i- ir-'m the distnnt clty home. From the btKinnlng of her s-tudint .ne untll the dav or hor death h. r lut. rt-t-and sympnthu-s were wlth uu liur. Ii or God. A meinber of the BuptlM Ir.n h of Townshend, that church nnd Sund.n school, wlth those'ln other pl.e i whert sho was located, wlll testifj. t. mr dt -votlon and to the valuo of hcr srrvlee During the latter part of her llfe it w.is hor ambltlon to be a C'hrlstian worker in a more speclal way. and she studiod for a tlme In Nyack, N. Y., in pr. p.iration for such work. Lenvlng Nyat k. -lie wc nt to Clncinnntl, nnd there hcr earthl hi tory closes. Mr. Itoyal referrcd to her as one who endured as seelng Hlm whn ls Invlslblo. Couple thls thought with tlie one that she llved to mlnlster and not to be mlnistered unto. and the malnspring of all hcr actlvltles Is revealed. Many are sufferlng from lnflunza. The Townshend Inn Is belng palnted. Mlss Angusta Fessenden Is serlously 111 Harold Balley ls worklng fcr J 11. Yare. lsanc Itar.dall ls worklng at Mrs. J.uie Derry's. Mr. Davis of Brattleboro spent Sunday In town. The Underwood famlly are movlng to Newfane. The Hndassah league met thls wtek ln thelr room. Everett Philliiis has slated the house ho ls bulldlng. Xorman Hoynll is able to be out after a week's lllness. Mrs. Brnnt of Winhall spent Sunday at Fred Iteed's. Hnrry Sparks will work for Fred Wat son thls summer. West Itiver flrnnge wlll mect Frlda evenlng, May 23. Mlss Shuman of Mnlne is wlth her nelce, Mrs. Harthorne, Mis-s I.izzle Barber Is at home after many months" absence. Mr. Westphall.of Provldence. It. I.. was a vlsltor at Mr. Macdonnld's last week JIIss Jlyra Ilobart ls at homo from Bel lows Falls after many months' absence Jlr. and Jlrs. Jlnson entertnlned sonn. ot thelr frlends at tea Saturday evenlng. John Bartlett lost a valuable cow re eentl by t'ne glvlng way of the stnble floor. Jlartm Sparks hns palnted hls house ln Ilnrmoiiyvllle and made repalrs on the lnterlor. The Doicas Gulld will have an ice cream and cake salo Saturday afternoon, May 30. Danlel Bnrber and son of Brattleboro have bought Ilarrlson Eddy's llne drlv ing horse. Jlr. and Mrs. Fred Reed atteniled the funeral of Mlss Ada Barber in Wards boro Sunday. Jlrs. I.ucy Franklin ls dresmnking at West Townshend at Jlr. Strntton's and Mrs. Grout'b. Tho young glrls' inlfeslonnry soclety. tho "Farther Llghts," met lust week wlth Mlss Flossio Ober. Tlie Jlisses Uarnos spent Sunday at thelr home in "Westminster, nnd JIIss Dunhaui ln Athens. Jlrs. Greenleaf. who came to drlll the seniors preparatory to grnduation, boards at Jlrs. Aoby Willard's. W. II. Jllles has grently Improved the bank back of hls house by cleaning lt of ruhblsh and seedlng It down. Bev.'i:. A. Itoyal olllelated at the fu neral of. JIIss Ada Bnrbor ln Wardsboro Sunday afternoon nt 2 o'clock. Fred ltandall, county superlntendent of tho Congregution.il Sunday sehools. spent Sunday on hls mlsslon in Saxtons Itiver. Tho fountain on the common has been playlng the past week and wo hopo the water ln the basin may be kept pure and ciean. Jlrs. S.imuel Willlams nnd grand' ilaughler, Itose Phllllps. of Orange. Jlass. have been Vlsitors the past week at Jlrs. -Mary I'liiuips s. Jlr. nnd Jlrs. Hnnrv Str.ittnn nn,l tr H. AVlnslow nnd brother-ln-law. Atwell bmltli or sprlnglleld, Mass., were In town over Sunday, Jlemorlal exerclses will be held in tho Baptlst church and Itev. G. W. Baker will dcllver the nddress. Further no tlce of tho exerclses will be given next week. Haymond Beebe, who hns been worklng In n bakery In Xew York clty and more recently has been worklng In Boston. has returned home on nccouut of falllng health. Hon. Orlon Barber of Bennington and JIIss Julla Ilice of Greenfleld were vls itors at Fred Beed's on thelr way homo from the funeral of JIIss Ada Barber In Wardsboro. JIIss Ellza Burnap was called to Wind ham on necount of the scrlous lllness of her slster, Jtrs. Prenthfi, wlth pneu monia, but dld not rencli there untll nfter her sister's death. Mlss Ettn Jlaxwell ot Xew Ipswlch, N, H who have been vlsltlng some weeks with her brother, who Is worklng for Jllfss Jletcalt thls season, returned home last week Wednesday. The body of Jllss Sarnh C. Chamberlaln was brought here from Sprlnglleld. Jlnss., for Interment In tho famlly lot Tuesday. JIIss Chamberlaln was a former resl dent of the town antl was a daughter of Gardnor Clf.imberlnin. She "nnd llved ln SprinBlleld many years and was a nurso by profession. Itev. G. W. Baker led the Chrlstian En deavor meeting Sunday evenlng, after which ltov, Jfr. I.lngley ot South New fane took rharge of tho second meeting and gavo an earnest talk. Theso were unlon servlces and they nre to ua contln ucd through the week wlth the excep tlon of Saturday evenlng, A HEY, THERE! JUNK MAN! ! I want to know linw mtit-h ymt will K'vn ,no for ono of tlioso Beparators that claini to be "just as Ktiod" as tlie DE LAVAL CREAM SEPARATORS I put in ono of tluiii last year booauso tlie acrent clainicd it was "just ns fcood" as. a DK LAVAL maehino and wns $10.- cheajier. I have lookod nbout nnd L'ottun nonio isepnrntor exjiorienoo nitioo then nnd I nnd now thnt I coild have lxmi;Iit a DB LAVAL nineliinoof Rioater ncttial cnpacity for less nioney in the flrst plaee, while I havo lost monoy every day throuh tho iinpcrfect kinnnitiK of this lnaeliine, aiido from hard rutiniiiKand trotible of all kinds from infernnlly )H)r constrnetion. I am KoinB to have ,i DK LAVAL mncliine now if I haveto "jnnk" this old ono for FernHron. I l;nou- it will savo its cost the flrst yenr of use and Bhould bo Rood for twenty years. I llnd nll well informed dairy farmers are tisinR DE LAVAL niachines und that thero aro over -100,000 of them. A Dc IaivuI calaloyuc may save this cxpcricncc. The De Laval Separator Co. New England Agents: Stoddard Mfo. Co. RUTLAND, VT. They need no Introduction to the Farmers and Gnrdcners of New England; for ncnrly half n century they have been maklng thelr record for purltynnd rellnblllty in every town, vlllage nnd fnrm house in the Ijind. We made lt n rule at tho beglnnlng to sell such seed only ns we would bo willlng to plant ourscHes, and therelu lies the secret of whatever succcss we have attalned In btislneis. If you have not yet recelved our free cataloguo wrlte nnd It will be seut at once. If you are ralslng jiotatoes try the Delaware, one ot our lntro dnctions. lt Is mnking frlends everywhere because lt ls not only n great cropper but one of the very best for quallty. J. J. H. CRECORY & SON, Marblohoad, Mass. 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