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BRATTLEBORO PERSONAL. ., fll.r went to Uoston Tueaday , Inesi". M--. n. n. Baecom ltas boett in New l ,ik thls wook. r l Morrls was ln Boston on bulnt?sg .inonlny and yesterday. K C. Bacon was ln Wllllninstown, M i-.- . Monday on buslness. i on nnd Mrs. C. V. Thompson spent :- inl.iv und Sunday ln Boston, 11. B. Larkln Is maklng extcnslve re , - !! his houe ln Centrevlllo. ''. J. E. ltoscrs wcnt Monday for a in oratw and Shlrloy, Mass. Mrs. C. I. Staftord nnd granddaughter v. t.t Tuesday to Claremont, N. H. tstcr Barber has Hnlslicd work for t io crmont I.oan & Trust company. yr. .ind Mrs. KrneKt Brown ot Amlierst . ni Sunday with relatlves ln Brattle boro. Col. C. S. Korbcs of St. Alb.ms, edltor tlio Vormonter, was ln Brattleboro M"iiday evenlng. Mr. nnd Mrs. Dwlght Smlth roturned . iii i enlleld Monday after spendlng Sun i . in Brattleboro. i;. . John S. Lyun of Holyoke oame v iiIiumUi to vlslt hls mother nt the I D M. Barbcr fnrm. Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Klmball went Tuesday to Boston to spend a week wlth Mr KlmbaU's brother. Mrs. Wllllam Orr of North Adams, for merl Mlss Ilelen C. Harrlngton, has l n ln Bmttleboro thls week. Louls Knlght ot Sprlnglleld, Mass., for merl wlth F. II. Holden & Co., spent S';nda at hls home In Brattleboro. Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred L. IIowo and chll dren arrlved ln Brattleboro froin tho Ber mudas Sunday nlght for the sumraer. Llvoryman Putriam and famlly, who ri'-'entlj eame from Chlcago, moved yes terday to the Doollttle house on Canal street. Mrs I. J. Kitch and Mlss Edna Lawton went Tuesday to Waterbury, Conn., to attend tho wcddlng of Almee Hart, a relatlve. Prof. Williston "Walker of New Haven. Conn.. has been ln Brattleboro thls week malilng preparatlons for occupylng hls summer home. N. I. Ilawley spent Sunday wlth hls da-jghtcr, Mrs. John Lewis Morso, ln Phlladelphla, and afterwards vlslted ln New York clty. John Blake, superlntendent of Morn Ingsldo ccmetery, was ln Wilmington Frlday and Saturday laylng the walks at the Chllds Tavern. Mr. and Mrs, Melvllle Woodbury and two chlldren and Mrs. J. H. Pope of Be--erly, Mass., are spendlng several woeks at the Brooks Ilouse. Mlsses Annio and Mollle DeWltt, em ployes at the Brooks House, went Tuesday to thelr home in Barre for a vacatlon of two weeks. Dr. and Mrs. Dean Bangs of Rockvllle, Conn.. and Mrs. Bangs's grandfather spent Sunday wlth Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wheeler on Pearl street. Mrs. Cady and daughter, Ernestine, re turned Sunday to Hartford, Conn., after spendlng n week wlth Mrs. Cady"s slster, Mrs. Clinton W. Sawyer. Karl Arnold went Tuesday to Wes lcyan Vnlverslty to vlslt Arthur Moore. From there he went to other places in vonnecuciu ior a weeK s visu. ('I "rl -s 1 Wil ler Evan Goodale had ono of tho princlpal ' !nr VliUlnirlmm". May :), a .liiUKhtor to Mr. parts at the Commencement exerclses of uiiil Mi. Forrcst Sttvctcr. the College of Pharmacy ln Boston last In South Vliltlmrhtuii. May IS a outoMr. wetk, the clnss hlstory bolng asslgned to "'' y". (:e!'wi'.",'; r''d'bank. hjra ' In llindult. X. II.. Muy:H a.-onto.Mr. und I .1 1 .1 llllll 1 UIIIK. Mr. and Mrs. Toof of Keene moved to In Hrnokiiile. Newfane, May lii, u daiiKhti-r Brattleboro Monday. Mr. Toof wlll be to Mr. and Mr. I.iicien llunt.iind iminddtinuli- foreman ln Huntley-s Iaundry. Mrs. i'r 5I,'i i1,"'1 -rV L V." y l n . Tr .iv - v,i,i Unntiov 1 Dover and Mr. 11. ll.Thoma-of llrixikyido. J.? J Mabel lluntlej in Tuconia. Wah., Mav 10. a ilauRlitor. r.riu.- Mltchell. 1 Alibio, to i:. W. and i!. (iritoc 1'arr. irranil- Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Knight re- ' duunhu-r to lMuin II. and Abble K. Fair of turned Saturday to thelr home ln Prov-VvmVun -t IrkHr 1 llm fA1 Omn ''' idence. IJ. I., after a vlslt of 10 days at 1 " M'"K "' "r""' the homo of Mrs. Knighfs father, John 1 wood. j JUavvinncs. T T1 T f T.. falo WedtKMlay to attend the May an- ; In llruttli'lMm.. Muv a), ly ltey. II. If. Mil.-. nii.rmri nf tVio HTntlst njitlnnal soele- 1 fanels Ale.vancler ( liampany of Barnard nnd nHersaries of the Baptlst nat onai socie r.velyn DuWlivioule ot llrattleboro. Ues. His pulplt wlll be supplied Sunday , ,1.llt,tk.)OIi May a( i,y it,n. 1'atrlrk by Ilev. N. Fay Smlth. Cunnimrliain. rharle t-niith und MSsAnnle 1 Mr and Mrs. Fred W. l'utnam and Ourrlty. Uitli of llnitth-lioro. chlldren, who have been occupylng Mrs. Stor.ffVI.rTtt of Julla L. Parker's nouse on Oak street, , starklMini nnd Mls Ida Mae I'liller ot Hmt will start about June 10 for Southern Cal- tlelKiio. ifornia. They nlso will vlsit ln San Fran- In Newfane. May 1-'. by Itev. K. II. HaitH'tt. clsco and Seattle, and wlll be away about ; '''J'.'jjJ "v'nmo''1"' N ' "" three months. jn XeVvfane,' Mav'aC'bj ltev. I". M. Wiswall, C. K. Ober of New York, field secre- 1 Dlwanl Mor-e ot Wo-t Wardsboro and Ml tarv of the Y. M. C. A. lnternatlonal 1 Abbie Eiinua Kili of Xewfanc. commlttee. was In Brattleboro Wednes- D' Mjj"'''.!!1'' 1,ik-"""' day in the lnterest of state assoclat on w'iS" Mav is. by ,t. .1. Snow. rq.. work. The state commlttee. ot wnicn , c'liarles. 1'. lle.-H.-k of Wanlsboro and Mls-s Col J. G. Estey ls a member, wlll meet ' AiiKusta S. Seliront of .laumira. . V. . in nininli. X ll.. Muv lii. bv ltev. W. 1 O. J. PRATT OPENING OF Summer Novelties IN LADIES ' WEAR WE have anticipated the necessity for something cool to wear during the hot summer days to come, and are now ready to show the most comprehensive lines of Ladies' White and Colored Shirt Waists, Shirt Waist Suits, Kimonos and Dressing Sacques, we have ever had the pleasure of displaying. The artistic combinations are more than ever attractive this season, and a lady can dress with exquisite taste for the hot weather with a smaller outlay of cash than ever before. We continue to receive new things in Ladies' Tailored Suits, Dress and Walking Skirts, Jackets, Silk Coats and Petticoats, which we endeavor to hold at all times at prices which shall prove so attractive that no customer shall go away w.ithout being pleased. Come in and take a look around (up stairs). You '11 see some pretty things. O. J. PRATT ivths. In Whitingham. May 11), a dauirhter to Mr. and Mr. l'oiter Cairier. In Windham. Mu 4, aduui?liter. ltuth Maliel, to Mr. and Mrs, lloraie (illcs. In Windham. May il. a son, Ituy Harold, to Mr. and Mr. Ckircmv iliown. n jamaica, Jiay .1. a son 10 jir. unu jiu. i1 ln Burlington today. The Sprlnglleld Sunday Republlcan, ln lts forccast of tho New England lnter colleglate athletlc meet, contalned an rx nAiianf Viair.tnnA ntr-turo of James G. III UlllMlUlt:, . Il .Mll. 1.'. I'J "'. . , imt.-. n 111 11. 11111111U11 tii iiiLiie-iui .... ii., and Mrs. Klia Kullcrof Illnsilale. In Weston, May VJ. by ltev. )'. A. Woodworth, ni-iiiife A. Johnson of South Londonderry and (iiiu-u I,. Itoundsof Weston. in .iani-iieter, 11.. .May ai, iiukm 11. " iui- I..rn...rl....r ll..ll..,r. P.1IL .iii.l Mka llnilil SOME POIIMTS About our new Summer Suits: FIRST, the cut of lapel; SECOND, the cut ot the front line, and THIRD, the cut of the back. The points of advantage in getting a suit here: FIRST, we fit you right; SECOND, we tteat you right; THIRD, the right styles are right here, and we right anything that goes wrong. Bagg. captaln of the Wesleyan track man, tormerly of Bellows lail?, and MKs Itcna team and the craok sprlntor of that unl- ; I'lke of Mancliester. versltv for the 100. 220 and 410-yard dashes. In New York, May 18. Francis Urnest I.loyd , versuy ior iuo . )f J.(;w Vo(.k an(1 J(u jjnixjti, n, t of , Fred Cutler of Mlnneapolls was a mem- Northfield. Mu. ber of tho Jury who found ex-Mayor ) In Xew York, May 7, bv ltev. Father Dona Ames of that clty guilty last week of ac- j hue. .loseph llnnnaand Mis-, Manruret Golden ceptlng brlbes. Ames was sentenced I '' HHwlale. X. II. Saturday to slx months' lmprlsonment. I On account of Mr. Cutler's dutles as jury- 1 n.,4S,c man he was not able to come to the fu- yuilllS. neral of hls step-father, Alonzo Starkey. j Iu ,.,,. Muy ,,,, Holland V, I-ieenmn, , Mr anfl M.rs u, j. ren ui uuaiuu tn. topd at. the Brooks House MomUly 1 n Xewfane. M!;,' SUITS at $6, $8, $10, $12, $15, $18, $20 III Ulllt, .itit tnti 1 1 "imii. In Wintlliam. Mav !, AMcltuo llurnaii Pren- ti?s, TS. In Winilliniii. Mu . iK'iu'oii AsaliL'l O. I'l-eii- In llelluws l'alls. May 17. K. I'. flnv. In WcMiulnster Wn, May 20, Tlmothy 11. Fleld. M. Iu Bellows Kulls, Jlay ss, Uniton K. Melii), 71 ., .." - .Ant tn Afr T?.iltM fnrmer home ln Wardsboro ln the evenlng. Mr. Felt ls known In Boston as " Dave " Felt, one ot the blggcst and bravest of Boston's police force, who Is now on tho retired 11st, receivlng half pay for llfe. Senator Bedlleld Proctor came to Brat iirhoro Monday for a conference wltn Congressmau Klttredge Hasklns and , Jn Asi,uelott iN-. II., May , Kva Johnson, Unlted States Dlstrlct Attorney J. L,- wft-of Harry 1'. Pinlth, 1H. Martln. A number of cltlzens who 1 learned of hls presenco mei me oenaiur :.t tho Brooks House for brlef conversa- tlon. Senator Proctor left on tho 2.-7 traln for New York, en route for Washington. Mrs. Julla L. Parker roturned t rway New manhattan SHIRTS NEW STRAW HATS Iu Hinsdulo, x! II., May 21. Chaudler S. Fay. CHURCH AND FRATERNITY. Centre Congregatlonal church, Rov. H. R. Mlles. pastor. Mornlng servlce at m.-.n wlth wrmnn liv the nastor unon Mrs. Julla L. Parker returneu e rway , ,', Sun(lav scho0l WZ'kS , ?t U.; Chr.st.an Endeavor serv.ce at son. her house havlng been leased unt.l I T.iO p. m. June 1. Mrs. Parker left Brattleboro Oct. 1 Unlversallst churcn. Relgnold K. Slar t "ml 1 aftei a brlef x Is.t ln New Hamp- i vln. mlnlster. Mornlng worshlp at .10.30 -hire went South wlth Mrs. John Xash of o'clock. The Grand Army nnd Bellef , Snringneld, Mass. They vlslted In New . corps wlll attend n a body. Subject of York Washington Phlladelphla, Jack- ! the sermon, 'Idealism In Amer can Llfe. Mnvllle? and varlous other places, and Mrs. Pratt and Mr. Brasor will slng. All ( 11 TOni,c, nt x.issau. Bahama are welcome. I Islands, They had a dellghtful trlp. . chrlstlan Sclenco servlces In Market a I-,- nmW nf Brattleboro people, j block Sunday at 10:15 a. m. Subject, nirludlnc lawyers, jurymen and wltness- , "Anc.ent and Modern .romancy. or E. J. FENT0N & C0. The Leading Clothicrs Hatters Outfitters Always Reliable iik uiuillri " J J . e!. went to Windsor Tuesday to attend ilu- Mn term of the Unlted States court. An lncomploto Ust contalns tho names uf Judge H. II. Wheeler, Unlted States Dlstrlct Attorney Martln, Mrs. Martln. Mrs. II. 11. Brown. stenographor, Mr. .11m Mrs. James F. Hooker. E. l. Vate man. Kittredso Hasklns, E. W. Glbsow. C C. Fltts, lt. C. Bacon, John E. Gale, i- II Uoward. C. H. Pratt. E. S. Hall, T. J. B. Cudworth, F. W. McClure, J. A. Taylor, C. F, It. Jenne, F. K. Barrowg Dr D. P. Wcbster, and I. D. Balley. Claud Thardo, who ls remembered In Brattleboro as one of the rlrlncipal per formers ln Brookslde Park. formerly conducted under the management ot tho -treet rallroad, was tho subject of tho followlng ln the Now York Amerlcan, l'jrmcrly tho New York Journal, of last Siturdav: " Deslrous of avoldlng noto riety. Mrs. Nellle North, slster of Blrd S. L'oler. InformeJ Maglstrate Naumer, ln 'h.- Mrytle Avenue police court, BrooK lyn, by letter, yesterday that her cora i lalnt ngainst Claud Thardo, the lame vaudevillo tenor, had been wlthdrawn. ln f-on'-equonce, the case agalnst Thardo, who appeared ln answer to a summons to explaln certnln lettors ho had wrltten to Kmily, tho 17-year old daushter of Mrs. V.l. .llcmleant T.flWVnr ESCtlCr. who fcpresented Thardo, declared that Mesmcrlsm and Hypnotlsm." Sunday pchool at 12 m.: testlmonlal mectlng, Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. Reading room open Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday from 2 to 5 p. m. AU are welcome. At the Adventlst Chrlstlan church, prayer meeting, 10.45 a. m.: Sunday school, noon; preachlng at 2.30 and 7.30 p. m. by Elder J, T. McLucas, state evan gellst of the Vermont conference. Sub ject ln the afternoon, "Capltal and La bor." Loyal Workers' meeting, 0.30; pray er meeting Thursday evenlng, 7.30. All are very cordlally lnvlted to all the servlces. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 z HOUGHTON & SIMONDS. f ; Formerly F. K. Barrows. ; Special Announcement. : As Memorial Day falls on Saturday, this year, our store will : be open the Friday evening before. jj On Memorial Day, Saturday, in accordance with the general : E custom, we wili closefat noon for the remainder of the day. : EiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii: Dr. G. R, Anderson went to Boston Monday to attend the 12th annual con ventlon of the Assoclatlon of Mllltary Surgcons of the Unlted States. Tho as soclatlon ls composed of tho surgeons of tho stato mllltla. the regular army and navy and marlne hospltal servlco ln thls and forelgn natlons, and ls the largest medlco-mllttary organlzatlon ln the world. lnterest ln the St. Louls fair ls now as sured. Tho board of womon managers has begun to flght.-Brooklyn Eagle. .... ...... ln tlm lltwt nf lllOflt. t ineij ib ii" iiiu HI1H.V , ,;,vf-'-', --" n: l. . 1.... lilu Mlnnt wnl'O Un- tml?'1. .".'1 T ....... , utmiivtln.nliiir 11 iiater. founded, Mrs, North refuses to dlscuss t Rf1(;ll as cwrter'sSmurt Weed and Ilelludonna 'hc matter." Ilackaehe I'lasters. ANNOUNCEMENT ! T0 THE LADIES 0F BRATTLEBORO AND VICIMTY. I will bo at tho Ilrooks Hou-) l'arlor, Tuesday May ai, day and ovcnlnif, wlth uiy ticniitiful llnoof Hlbbou Novelties in all tho nowest i-nnceptions for Mininiur wear, couslsllnif of StiK-Us. Coi-suo and llulr Ornaiucnts, Sashes, Parusols, Mlsses and CliU-di-en's Hats, nlo a lH.'autlful llno of Handmado Wash SttK-ks, Imiiorted C'lmlus and other Xoveltlos. I shull lie pleased to huve you t-ull aud tnspOL-t tho sinae. E. A. SHEPHERD. soooooooooooooooooooooooo o 0 0 0 0 o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 CLOTHING NEWS VOU'l 1 APPRECIATE Some remarkable underpricing on hot weather merchandise at the moment you need the goods. Y0UNG MEN'S TWO-PIECE SUMMER SUITS $5, $6, $7, $8, $9 and $10 Men's Crash Pants 75c and $1 Men's Linen Pants Best quality made, $1.75 Men's Black Alpaca Coats $2 and $2.50 Men's Blue or Black Skele ton Serge Coats $3 to $5 Young Men's Fancy Flannel Wool Pants $2, $2.50 and $3 Straw Hats 25c to $3 ChildrenVWash Suits . 50c, 75c and $1 Children's Crash and Linen Pants 25c, 50c and $1 Children's Waists 25c to 50c Boy's Summer Suits Hats, Caps, Bicycle Pants, Belt and all the accessories that go to make up a com plete assortment of Summer Clothing for Man, Boy or Child. Straw Hats 25c to $1 We are never satisfied with- what we save our customers, but are always striving to do better for them and invariably succeed. EL. EI. PERRY & CO. Clothiers Hatters Outfitters Always Dependable Successors to Young & Knowlton. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 I have this week returned from New York with every thing in New Designs in Midsummer IN IN Hot Weather Dry Weather lce Cream is Water the Lawn g00d USETHE &uuu SUN-PROOF MADE WITH . WHITE M0UNTAIN " V! FRFF7TR Helleboreand InsectPowder I 1 ta tn mm I 1 ForWormsand Bugs BEST MADE J. EDGAR MELLEN Millinery, including Hats and Trimmings at all prices. Chiffon hats in black or white at $lo0 each. Special attention given to making and fitting wire frames. MRS. H. E. BASCOM, Successor to Mrs. S. S. Hunt. 83 Main Street. The Vermont Phcenix. ALL THE HOME NEWS. Yearly Subscription Price $1.50. A 3 months' Trial Subscription for 25 cents. BAILEY'8 REAL E8TATE AQENCY, Selli Everythlng Addreas, F. J. BAILEY & CO., Ryther Bulldlng, BUATTLBBORO. DUSENBERRY'S MOTHALINE. Lavendor, Camphorated and Cedar. AIlSOI.l'Ti: ritOTlHTIOX trom Moths, for tlicimteiMilionof Fnrs. Clotlilnif, Carot. Fentliurs, Wonl. ens, iir uny urtk-le llalilo to tlio nttuck ni uuitlis. 15c. Package. M0TH BALLS, 10c. Ib. . BROOKS HOUSE PHARMACY. Board of License Commissioners PUHMCNOTICEIsherefoynlven thnt IxjvI J. Hti-oiijr of West IlmttlolH)ro, Iu tlio t-iiunty of Wliiillmm uml State of Vermont, lms nmilo miplicatloii for u lUviihO of tho tlilnl t-luss to scll IntoxlnitiiiK lliiuors nt tlio Meloso Ilouse on Jliiln 6tiitit I ii sulil West llruttleboro. A iiublli! lieurlnir wlll bo kUoii it tlio ollli-o of tlio solcctiiicn Iu Ilrutttloboio, Vt.. on FrlJiiy, Juno fl, l(t), ut 7:W). m., wlioio uny uiiil nll iicioih intcrosteil may appear imd lw lieunl. 1 F. W. I'l'T.VAM. Societury. ITtOUSAI.K-To scttlo an ostuto, a l'urm of 1 IN) iicics, sltuuteil iu tho 11Iiiko or Wll UamovHlo, towu of Nowfano, Vt., known 119 tholIoiiiertSimrkaiilaro.il mllos from llrat tleboro, miltably ilivnKil lnto uri-hiiiillng, mowlntr, iHisturlntr aml woodlanil; aUosuitur oichanl of IUJ to Wioj u nlt-o trout brook on tho in-emlsm: houso of rooius, i bains, 2 sheils itinl honhous-, a ileslntblo suumior homo; IirlioJlCOO. Tlioso iltMlruiK to viow tho pro iitlt; IikiuIi-o of C. W. Morso of Wllllumavllle. For liirther imiilciiluin lniiilro of J A.M1.3 A. IlANCnOl-n', lM Hlgh St., Ueuillnir, Masa. We have sold EDDY REFRIGERATORS for over twenty years, ever since we have been in the furniture business. No other dealer or make of refrig erator has a record equal to it, and why ? Because the Eddy has no other refrigerator in its class, as hundreds of satisfied users of the Eddy in Brattleboro will testify. We carry the full line stock and quote the best discounts from manufacturers' prices. EMERSON & SON t Everythlng for Housekeeping. QUAKER RANGES. BRATTLEBORO, VT.