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BELLOWS FALLS NEWS, Hon. nnd Mrs. A. N. Swnln nre at their cnttnge nt Sunnpee Inke. Itev. J. E. Trney, 35 ycnrs a mlsslonB-ry ln Turkey, prcnchcd In the Congrepntlonnl church lnst Sunday. The senior clnss of the Hlgh school have chosen John Shen propliot nnd Dann Whllcomb hlstorian. Mrs. Hetty Green nnd her daughter. Sylvln. expect to open their residence on Church street nbout June 1. Edward G. Osgood was in Pittsfield Sat urday, nttondlng n ChrlstlHii Kndenvor conventlon bcing held there. Bev. C. W. JnekJon has been chosen by the senior class. B. F. H. S., to de llver the bnccnlnurente scrmon June 14. O Q. Wlley of Chlcngo In in town. called here ly the rrltlonl Illness of his father. George Wlley, on the upper mead ows. Mrs. John J. Hnllenbeck nnd her gmnd son. Andrew Heermance, went yesterday to Springfleld, Mnss., for a vlslt of a few days. Jlr. nnd Mrs. C. W. Ot-good wlll go to Frovldonce next week to nttend the an th excese and the dlsgrnceful rosults 1 dny mornlng upon his work nnd the ron whlch have nttended tho opontngs ln dltlon of the nntlves nnd mlsslonnry sur other lnrge plnros through the stnte. ' cts In the pnrt nt the islnnd whero hc Work n-fl! begun Tuesdny on the Job of , Mr. Hltchcock hns been nwny from , movlng the hlghwny through whnt ls ' the ooutitry 12 yenrs nt the present tlme j known nr the " Xnrrows " on Westmlns- m ing spent soverni yenrs tlicre prc ter roop. nlKut which tnere nns ueen so tntich dlseusslon for severnl months. At the tlme of the double trncklng of the mnin llno.of tho Boston fi Mnlne, whlch runs very near the hlghwny at thls polnt, the road wns narrowed up very much In front of the Weston, Church and Corlew plnces, nnd wns tctnpornrlly glven n very' clrcullous roule through the sand bnnk. The Corlew house Is now to be moved bnrk nnd the hlghwny plnced about 20 fet fnrther from the trnck. lt wlll ritn where the hedge now is, nnd close to the row of mnplex in front of the Weston nnd Church places. Through the sand bnnk, lt wlll remnln in nbout lts prcsent positlon, bclng wldened n little. Thls ls to be much legrettod, as throughout the entlre winter nnd sprlng, teams hnd to plow through about two feet of mud nt thls polnt. Continual trouble wlll be ex perlenced, ns well ns Inconvenlence from lts belng so ncnr the rnllroad trnck nt thls polnt. At the speclal corporatlon meetlng held In bnnriuct hall Monday evenlng lt was i voted to bulld n new corporatlon bulldlng on the slte of the present engine house nunl meetlng of the Congregationnl Home I on Rockingham nnd Cnnnl streets, to be Mlsslonnry soclety. I four storles hlgh on Canal strcet and nev. Harry TJ. Sheldon of Welllngton, ' three on Rockingham, nnd to cost nlKiut Ohio. n clnssmate nt Yale of Rev. J. II. , $2f,KiO. The lower story. on Cnnal street, Reld, wlll preach at the Congregatlonal i wlll have n concrete floor, and wlll con church the next two Sundays. I taln ofllccs for the chlet of pollce, the The thentrlcnl senson opened nt Bar- wnter commlssloners, nnd the lock-up, ber s pnrk Monday of thls week. with a In ndditlon to the henting nrrangements Btock rompnnv. pinvlng under the man- 1 for the bulldlng. The seeond story, bclng ngement of John E. Brosnahnn. I the ground floor on Rockingham street, The followlng ofllcers have been noml- I wl havt' "J105 c"rt room wllh a M-foot nnted for the new consolldated Klng I tower " ne northeast corner. n court Solomon s Temple. lodge No. 43. P. ! room. nnd two otnces for village ofTlc als A. M : AVorshlpful mnster, W. A. Truax; T1'e r& floor wlll have two good-slzed .o,.i v n t o-i. inninr wnr. rooms for the use of Alenatiul and li.n n 71 Sw'ltzer Brldgeman hose compantes, and an cmpty Mlsses Josle Derby, Allce 11. Jackson, and Gertrtide S. Hnyes, nnd C. C. Al- severnl vlotisly. lle left Wcdncsdny for lowa where hls wlfe's mnthcr llves. Ho ex- pects to remnln In the country a year or more. BRATTLEBORO PERSONAL. drlch Ames, were In Keene 1-rlday nt tendlng the concert closlng the week's matal festivnl. Mlss Hnyes spent Sun day with frlends In that city. Stephen X. Searle, who hns been the pnst year a student In Tufts Dental College, rPturned home Wednesday after noon for a short vacatlon before golng to Sllver Bay, Lake George, where he wlll have the positlon of assistnnt steward. C. W. Osgood spoke at the Baptist church Sunday mornlng, durlng the nb sence of th pastor, Itev. H. S. Jackson, who was in Iiuffalo, X. Y., attendlng the anmial conventlon of the benevolent soeietles of the lnlted States ln connec tlon with that church. The last of the logs of the Internatlonal Paier compnny's drlve from the Amo noosac river, came lnto the boom the last of last week, and workmen nre now busy on the log plles ln North Walpole, get ting the towers an,d cables ready to be gin pulling the logs on the bank. room, whlch. can be used by the uepart I ment If necessary. The fourth tloor wlll 1 be used for a lodge room probably by the ! Knlghts of Columbus. The bulldlng wlll I be of brlck, steam heated. and electrlc Ughted througnout. Tho corporatlon nlso voted to establlsh a publle dump opposlte the farm of Dennls Drllnne on Westmin ster road, near the old entrance to the Cathollc eemetery. llear the Hnrvard Quartct. Ij. G. S. WESTMINSTER. Mrs William Arnold is visitlng ln Wrlght spent Sunday in the Keene. Miss -Mary Springfleld. .Mrs. Kllen McDuffee nf Keene Is guest of Miss Jlary Darling. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Darling were over Sunday guests at the pnrMinage. Mrs. Julla L. I'arker of Bmttlelwiro Is visitlng Mr. nnd Slrs. O. H. Walker. .tnlin .lpnnisfin nf 'i.w Ynrk rttv is with ine -i annuai meet ortne t.reen .Hotin- i j,is mother, Mrs. Mnrv Jennlson, for a taln Athletlc assoclation held at Clare- i brfef vlslt. mont last Frlday, resulted ln a victory for ,, ' . ,,, ,, ,, , , Newport. Bellows Falls dld not compete , ?J VTf i-iln ' "T ,v LVi r thls year. owing to the decree of the 10s',1,1al, 1,1 Keene -everal ueeks. re school board ngalnst lt, but only entered I ,urnwl 1,ome tcrday. enough mtn to qualify for membershlp. : Carrle Warren expeets to go to Much sorrow Is expressed here at the 1 N"fha. X. II . the llrst of the week to death ln Saxtons Ulver on Sunday last h',cnd thc mnntn of June of Colln Campliell, 76. Mr. Campbell spent 1 Kdward Plerce of I.ynn, Mnss.. nnd hls the larger pnrt of hls llfe In Texas, but I brother, George. of Brattleboro, were ln hns always been a frequent vlsltor at hls town recently, ealllng on old frlends. old home in Saxtons Rlver, where he has i The farmers have pledged CTO acres of spent nearly all of hls tlme for several I sweet eorn for the canning factory, a years. The lWth nnnual meetlng of the Con gregationnl conventlon of Vermont, the Domestlc Mlssionary soclety and the Wo man's Home Mlssionary union wlll be held with the College street church in Burlington June 9 to 11. Delegates wlll go from the Congregatlonal church here and the lndlcs' unlon. The schools of the vlllnge wlll hold pre Memorlal day exercises thls afternoon In the varlous bulldlngs. Rev. W. W, Hooper wlll spenk at the Hlgh school bulldlng, Supt. Merriam at Xo. 2, Capt. IV. H. Taylor at Xo. 3 and Rev. L. O. Sherburne at Xo. 4. The schools in the old Hlgh school bulldlng, known as "Xo. 1," wil probably unlte with those ln the Hlgh school bulldlng or Xo. 5, as lt ls offlclally known. The Memorial scrvlees nt the opera house Sunday afternoon were well at tended, The termon, preached by Rev. V'. W. Hooper, pastor of the Unlversallst church, was upon the text, "A tlme of war and a tlme of peace," Eccleslastes III. and was llstened to with nttentlon. Thls wns the flrst publlc address glven by Mr. Hooper slnce he came to Bellows Mlss Stevens of St. Jolinsbury ' spond Fnlls, and the people were ln no wny dls- Ing a few days at Deacon Ranney's and appointed nfter hearlng hlm. Mrs. Buxton'f. Charles H. Copley has entered upon hls larger acrenge than In any prevlous year. W. C. Jones has been awarded the con tract for bulldlng the new road near tho Weston, Church and Corlew farms, and wlll begln work at once. The commlttee on entertalnment for June connected with the ladles' ald socl ety, wlll glvc a stmwberry festivnl, at whlch Mr. Ohol, teacher at Kurn Hattln, ls expected to glve a very Interestlng talk. The exaot date has not lecn flxed, but lt is safe to nntlclpate u verj" pleas ant evenlng. Mlss Cora Atcherson. who was 111 with pneumonia In the sprlng, Is now In n serlous condltlon. Dr. Foster of Putney was called yesterday morning In counscl with Dr. Mlnor, but little hope ls entnr talmyl of her recovery. Mlss Atcherson nnd her slster. Allce, expected to go to i tlie Y hite Mountalns the flrst of June i for the summer. WESTMINSTER WEST. Illlam A. WIIcov has secured cmploy ment ln the mw mlll nt Barber's park. new dutles as superlntendent of the Bel lows Falls nnd Saxtons Rlver street rall wny, taklng the place of Joel Holton. Mr. Holton retalns hls positlon as vlce presl dent of the road. and ns one of the dlrec tors. He came from St. Albans Monday. where he ls manager of the road from St. Albans to Swanton. He wns here untll Thursday nnd expeets to be here a por tlon of ench week for the present, at tendlng to detalls of the manngement of thls road. A fire at South Charlestown Saturday afternoon destroyed nbout 4ii.() feet of lumber belonglng to Geo. G. Bowen, who owns the mlll at that place, and about 300,(K0 feet belonglng to the Dlamond Match company. The steamer with ten MK Woodburn, teacher In the south I school, left Wednesday mrnnlng for Mel , ro-e to attend the funeral of a friend. ; Deacon and Mrs. A. P. Rannev vlslted ! in Keene from Frlday to Monday. They , nttended two seslons of the mtisical con- vention there. I II. W. Goodell hns bought the lot upon j whlch the Pleice steam mlll was located I and the Wllcox famlly have been obliged to move. They nre at present at the Uell residence. Mlss S. E. Grlswold hns taken n room nt IS Cnnal street. Mr. and Mrs. George Hudson were in Boston Wtilnesdny. Xliholns ltyan of Greenfleld was ln town the llrst of the week. Mrs. L. K. Ftdler has been ln Spring fleld, Mnss., thls week. Mrs. George Chandlor Is Improvlug nfter a three months' Illness. Mrs. Fnink l.arrow has entered the em ploy of Hooker, CorsVr &. Mltcholl. Mrs. Jennie Scott and dattghter, Xellle. nre spendlng n few days ln Greenfleld. Ilnrry KlmUill of Clyde, Ohlo, ls visit lng hls jmients on Wnshlngton street. Mrs. C. H. Thompson returned Wcslncs day nlght from a vlslt ln Northnmpton. Mlsses Margaret and Ellzabeth Sulllvan Ment Saturday nnd Sunday ln Greculleld. Cnit. H. R. illen of Xewiwrt, X. II., ls visitlng hls daughter, Mrs. W. II. Corscr Dr. ltathbone left Wednesday for a week's stny ln Richmond nnd Montrenl Jlarry R. Ramlnll startcnl yesterday on a buslness trip to Sprlngtleld, Boston and New York. Mlss Annle Mullen wlll go to ,her home In Gtillfoid June 1 for a vncation of sev ernl wecks. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. R. Jonno vlslted their daughter nt Mount Holyoko College, Wednesday. .Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Huskell nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. V. 1. Swift spent Sunday ln Wilmington. J. T. Knlne returned Tuesday from l'enacook, X. 11., where he had been sev eral months. Mls Maud Hownrd of West Townshend came Wednesday for a vlslt with Mrs. Charles Kench. Mlsses Annle Mnrtlnenu nnd Emlly Young wlll spend Saturday and Sunday In Bellows Falls. Mlsses Xellle Brown nnd Grace Mc Gowan wlll spend Saturday and Sunday In Granby, Mas. Slr. and Mrs. Danlel May of Wilming ton hnvo vlslted thls week with Mr. and Mrs. Berlin Ovltt. Mr. nnd Mr. Frank Barry moved Wednesday from 4 Sprlng street to Mrs. j Flfe's ln Green Itlver. I W. F. Xeal has returned from a vaea- 1 tlon of two weeks spent at hls old hoim- in .M'v ucnioru. Jiass. Edward Benson hns llnlshed work In Howe's studlo and has brgun work ln a studlo ln Xorthnmpton. Mrs. l.ymnn Goldsmlth and two chll dren spent Sunday nnd Monday with Mr. Golusmith In Burlington. Mrs. Warren Heuld nnd daughter went went Tuesdny to Jncksonvllle on nccount of the Illness of Mrs. llenld's mother. C E. Cllsbee and famlly of Boston spent Sunday with Mrs. Emma Xlles, go lng Monday to Green Rlver for a vlslt. Mrs. J. I". Goodenough has returned from Randolph, where she spent two months with her daughter, Mrs. E. I. Bass. Wnltur Jacobs moved Tuesday frum the Doollttle house on Canal street to a tenement over John Gnlvln's store on Maln street. Mr. and Mrs. C. Fr. d Chllds and daugh ter nnd Mrs. Chllds's slster returned to Boston the flrst of the week nfter a vlslt with W. II. Chllds. Mrs. Mary Smlth ls III with gastric lever at her home on Frost street. Her daughter, Miss Flom Smlth of Mlllers Fails, ls carlng for her. Cllnt Dugnn has returnel from Boston. where he spent a few weeks In playlng ln Kelth's thentre nnd in recetvlng spe elnl muslcnl instruetlon. Mrs. lf. I'. Freeman nnd son. Hnrry. moved yesterday from their houe on Pi dar street to the house on Williston street owned by tho Mlsses Fox. F. A. Thompson nnd famlly of Randolph have moved thls week lnto the house on Westem avenue whlch Mr. Thompson re cently bought of I,. F. Adams. Col. I.lnn D. Taylor, of Governor Mc Cullough's staff. wlll nttend n receptlon glven by Gov. and Mrs. McCuIluugh at their home ln Bennington tomorrow. Mlss Johanna Sulllvan, who has been nt the Farrcn hospitnl in Montague, Mnss., fur rcvernl weuks' treatment. ls expected home Monday. She ts rnwh Imiroved in hoalth. .Mr. nnd Mrs. Ijirrow, jwrents of Frank Ijirrow, spent several days ln Brattle 1 boro thls week. They returned yesterday ! to their home in Ferrisburg, taklng two i of the Iarrow chlldren with thom. "BRITANNIA." THE, HlkDREN Nothlng gi vcs n cliilil more rcal ftin tlinn a foamy glass of Willlams' Koot lleer. Tlicy Iinger over lt nnd slowly s!p their little thlrsta awny, at tho samc timo Bctting tlie invigoratlng tonlo cfTect of puro roota and hcrbs. Itcmcmbcr that youtigstcrs sufTer frotn tlie summcrlicat, and when they gct tlred and irrilaldc Just bring out n bottlc of good, cold Willlams' Root Jleer. It's a tcmperancc drink tin cqualcd for young nnd old and tho cost, all ready to drink, ls only two ccnts a quart. Williams' is tho rcal old-fashioncd thing; tako no othcr. VlLt-UMS CARLtTON CO., Ittrtford, Ccnn., Makcn- tUimmTU rlnf I.xliiai. utjlnntctl. ANTl'.ll Ilores ti. ,it un at ;rieenta wees.. lii'i nre oi i . . iiiii si "WrANTKD (ioil ninii to urk on Ketrcnt farm. Applj to(l. V. I'l Kllt'1 1'iinner. 1311 "7'ANTKI)-Sferul Ihij lor hifht work. Apply to Klnlshing Depattnient, T.S Ti:V (HttiASlD.Ml'ANV. I.Vtf ANTIH) At onte. one or two eurtn'nters. M'-SMi; s.MITII. Ilrattleboro. l'J tf "17"AN"Tr.D. One or two experlenciil I.ady I'lerks. AIo one or two Dry CiimxN Side men. Knipilie of (). J. 1'ltATT. lbtf "I'AXTi:i).- A eiKik and fecond glrl. r,oKi wnge for nood work. MHS. GEO, V.. CltOVi:i, Hrattleboni. Vt. 1-tf 7"ANTi:i) NATIVK I.r.MIIKIt Olt I.OO.; T all klnd deheiii1 at our mlll. or wlll bny stnnillng tlialn-r. TI1K S. A. S.MITII CO. yANTr.I) p"ft W,M1 liitnberor all Mnd. T Ilitlier stnuillnir titnber ir dellered nt mlll. IIOI,I)i:x A- MAHT1.N. Ilrattlelioro. 4iitf "7"ANTKf) -A eapable and honest (ilrl, to do vencnil lionyework at Ijike Punaiiee for the Miiiunvr. .MltS. V. II. IU:nI,EV. Another Woman's Shoe that Is Right. "Britannia" shoes stand head and shoulders above all other footwear sold at the price, or anywhere near the price They possess STYLE, are PERFECT FITTING" and SHAPE RETAINING, and have proven the most serviceable and most satisfactory shoes ever made for women's wear. The sales on these shoes are rapidly increasing every day, and the Nhundreds of satisfied "Britannia" customers demonstrate most emphatically the high degree of popu larity attained by this shoe. They are modelled upon lasts especially designed to fit the foot snugly and make it look trim, and embody features best adapted to the various styles of foot-wear. In fact they possess that indefinable something which is the "hall-mark" of perfection. r-r-r-,w.- r-,, r- , Every workman on "Britannia" is a master in his SERVICEABLE and ' .... particular line. hvery skin and every piece oi ma terial that enters into their manufacture is selected STYLE and FIT Ilrooks Ilnnsc. -VITAN'TKB June I, on tobacco fann. mar- nel nirtii; uierienee not neeesiarv. (!obI tenement. 0. II. .MeCI.KI.LAN, North Hallleld. .Mu-s. S-24 WANTKII -- Imtnedlutely, a oixl Indu-. tnoui. strletly teniiernte man to ieddlc inilk and work on farm. MHS. II. c. DAY, Git'enlieiil. Mu. "I7"AXTi:i) -At once, the orsiv gooil woimI cbopicrs to work in the wood, peellnir b.u k nnd euttiur lo." ; nNo one or two mcn in saw inlll.ll()M)i:x- MAHTIX. HrattIeU)ro. 17'AXTKI) HrlKlit. ai tixe yountf iiihii to T t e baker's wuktoii ln New York ; must W luuifot, Mitier. iuibitrloU!, aml sluifle. Ai ply by letter. statlnir refcreme-. to CIIAS. K. Allliorr. No. SVi Klirhtli Avenue. New York City. attl "rAXTr.D- Toeontnu-t with relial.le par l tle-" to j-eel tl' hemlock bnrk, inaiiu. fiKtuiethe timU'r luto luinU'r. and deller the luirk aul ImnU'r upon the ears at South Londonderry, Vt.. alHiut 1 1-4 mlles distaut. on a good leel roail. from the Dnvls lot. where thls tlmU'rxtand. It iu heavy growth, wlll eut l.d'i.mi u-vt or more. aml i eay of aeeev. Want toeontraet ull tht work to one party, and wlll oaya good priie to have lt ipilckly nnil fatliaetorily done Por further partlcu lui liniulreof II. .IKXXIXGS, Wlnclater, X. II. P.Mf 170HSAI,E-l)riinghoie auil breuMplatc ? Iiarne. 1- loi'!'t St. Si-lw IOItSAI.i:. II tlat eomet: g(l conditlon: ll.H.HAXI). Ilarniony bullcling. 2! TT'Olt SAI.E.or to Itcnt. Iloux- of !l rooins on I'lenint M. C. W. VAHI, 1-.' I'lenant Slu-ut. lMf Mlss Mary X. Chaso, presldent of the 1 I-ucene Kimball, son of F. W. KlmKill. Xew Hnmpshlre Womnn's Suffrage asso- 1 has Ken deslgnntexl by Congressman clntlon, Is announced to spenk nt the town ! Haskln to go to AnnnjKdls June 16th to hall ln thls lllnge Wednotdav evenlng, I taku the exnmlnntlons for ndmlsnlon to June 2. She ls sald to be an nble men were scnt'up fromhere to asslst ln tPrcs"nB speaker for the causo she ad- I memlxr of the clnss of 'ol ln, the Hlgn and stopped wlthout damage done ex cept to Jlr. Clark. Prof. Wllllam E. Hltchcock and famlly, conslstlng of wlfe and two chlldren, ar rlved ln town Frlday. He Is professor nt a college ln C'eylon. He arrlved In Xew York nbout three weeks nco. havlnc vlslted his brother, Justus, ln Medway of emplnyes. Mr Whltney among them. anu nis sister, .Mrs. urow, in Springfleld, wlll ntnrn to work when the faetory thls state. He spoke In the church Sun- stnrt-- nt-xt Monday. .1,0 ui ,..hinh -.-n nni- nnrr,. , ocaies. is iins is tno ttrst onnortunltv pllshed nfter much hard work. Mr. "r I"Ple have ha.1 to henr the questlon Bowen carrled no Insurance. and hls loss , 'liscuss-ed It woul.l seem to eall for a full ls estlmated at nbout $T,0"m, whlle the loss , nttendance. of the Dlamond Match company wns fully j. h. Clark was thrown from the hlgh covertd by Insurance. The Hre Is sup- i eat of his lumber wagon near Saxtons posed to have origlnated from sparks t jVer Saturday. He was shaken up and from n passlng engine. . lamed so as to be unable to his chores Mr. Phelan H. l'eabody, assistant to ' for a few davs. His horso sliled at a Commlssioner F. J. V. Sklff of the de- , buneh of hay by the roadslde, but after Iartment of exhlblts of the World's Fair leavlng the tlriver by the hlghway trutted lled in St. Louls Tuesday. He was born 1 up to his usual hltchlng post at the Rlver ln1 itocklngham ln iktj. anu grauuatoi at the -I'niverslty of Vermont In 1S32. Ho had been prlncipnl of the Hlgh school at Burlington; professor of mathematlcs ut Fairfax, Va.; superlntendent of the schools at Raclne, Wis.; professor of physlcs at the Chlcago Hlgh school, pro fessor of mathematlcs and clvll engl neexing nt the Massaehusetts Agricul tural College and the Phlladelphla Pol yteehnic school, professor of mechanlcal englneerlng at the Ullnols Industrlnl School, and presldent of the I'niverslty of Illinois from 1SS2 to 15.91. One of the very few automobile accl dents ln this seetlon oecurred last Thurs day evenlng near vhere the road for Sprlngtleld leaves Rockingham road, south ot the place occupled by Wllllam E. Snlcer. Mr. and Mrs. Chas, Parker nnd Mr. and Mrs. Wllllam I'ollard of Chester had been spendlng the nfternoon ln Bellows Falls, comlng down with two maihlnes. On the return, ln golng nround the curve at thls polnt, the t-teer-lng handle sllpped on the upright rod ln Mr. Pnrker's machlne, sending hlm i4to the brook at the left hand side of the road, injurlng Mrs. Parker serlouslv and brenklng the front of the machlne badlv. Mrs. Parker and Mrs. I'ollard reWnrd to thls vlllnge In a passlng team, whlle the nuto, with the assistance of n palr of oxen. was taken to the farm of J. E. Stoddnrd. The next mornlng it was brought to Bellows Falls under lt. own steam. The bar of Hotel Rockingham was open ed last week Thursday, muklng the thlrd bar in operation here, the others belng Moseley's depot cafe and Beisele's sa loon on Bridge street. It Is probable somo more fKitronage ls glven thee than wlll be the case when Ilcentes have beon granted ncross the river. It U xuppod every bar In Xorth Walpole Is c)oed jui at present. from the fear if they are caught solling before tho new llceiue nre grunted the partles wlll not be grant ed a llcense by the Xew Hnmpshlre state commlssloners. hence there Is qulet over there, nnd tho bars thls slde nre dolng a more than ordlnary buslnoss. At Mr. Lovell's bar ln Hotel Rockingham Sat urday evenlng three nnd four men were employed, nnd nt tlmes ns mahy as 75 to 100 were waltlng to be served. The use of the ardent has not. however, reached school. 1'. I., Ingrnm of Atlnntn, Gn., whost falher was a natlve of Marlboro, vlslted in Marlboro yesterday, accomiuinled b relatlves, and atterwards vlaited F. Adams of this town. Mr. Ingrnm ls su ptrlntendent of the olllce of tho Hell Tele phone company ln Atlnnta. Hls father was a slnve holder and n raenibir of the Confederate nrmy. Freemnn Whltney of Sprlngtleld, Mass.. has been visitlng his father, Ij. Ij. Whlt ney, ince Tuesdny. He was one of the &ia employes thrown out of work Monday by the closlng of Smlth & Wesson's plstol factory In Sprlngtleld owing to the llnns hostillty to the lnbor union formed among their tmployes. The unlon has dlslnnded and ns a result practlcnlly the full force HKW r-G-fii All r Jim Dumps had scarcely slept a wink, night he'd toss about and thtnk. But that's all past he'll ne'er endure Insomnia. He.'s found a cure ! TIs "Force." At night, when lights are dim, It soothes the cerres of'Sunny Jim." orc The Itcady.to Scne Ccrcal makes one chummy with good sleep. Wouldn't Dollove t Flrst. " 1 wouldu't tieliov. it ull I trliil It I'at ' Forcu' U a cure for liiiKiinnia. I unil to Hay awake uli;ht uftcr nti;ht. N'on-1 int n big bowlful of ' 1'orcc' jut tKforu gulngto td, tttid deep and 1 havo becamu good Iriends agaln. " L. L. i'vANn." V 4 17'Olt AI.li A M'foiid-luinil upright iimno, in ierleet eondition; a Imrvititi. Aildiv--, llot;i, HrattlcUiro, Ml IOIt S.W.K At onre, a wiond hiind toi bilggy, in gi,il .indlton. IIA1IHY ('. l'ltKKMAX. n-dnr trtft. FOlt .AI.I'. Two itn'iihutor--; tlrst-idiivi iiiatliiiK-'. in to. 1 t'onilitlon. Too large tormy iivt. C. II. CHOWKI.I.. llrattlelxiro, Vt. Mf 17OIt SAI.l". Twn surreys, set double Iiar . nc-, ("oiu-i,rd wugoii. two top ettrriage' iu iiimmI innJition. V. I W.W.KEK. V llrat tlelKiro. Vt. p.uti IliltSAI.K.- On iueoiiiii of Ik.'IIib distibled wnh a liroken leg otler fornile at a Imr gnln, a nuantity nt new aml secoiid-lmnd beo hle, il in t 10 frainc.. single and double uall, lot ot -uper aml ueuted ep.imlor lor I l-t by 1 Lt by I l-Jsei-tion. II r.llllKUT NOIICIItlSS. West lliiiiiuieiloii, Vt. i-'-'i lilcnt. rpo Itr,XT-rie rooin eottugu on Coiniiu X Mreet. I,. I'.. HOl.OKX. tf Spccial totices. IXVITOItS t'an nitts't moncy In litrge or niuill niiiouiits to a liuiitcd evtent wliich ull leturn 31 to .tti per cent. per auiiuin to iu-vn-topi, no i-eeulatloii. Aiidress t". II. CAlt l'i:.NTKlt Toieka. Kaiwi'i. S.lw LtT- An Knghsli tetter dojr, Hght bmwn and white, with collar marke lt, llnul. Icy, Ilrattlelioro. Yt. A Miitable rewanl will lgien liy letiirninirsauietoti. A.COI.I.IXS, Ilrndley Mable. HmttlelKiro. Vt. -tt Liberation Notice. - rpilIS IS TO CKHTH'Y that 1 lme glven my X sons, Major and lrn A. Ilutterlleld, their tlme durlng the iciimiudcr of their ininorlty, aml shall cl.iiiu none ot their eiirnlngs nni pay any lnllsot tlieii'eoutnu'ting atter thU dute, (iCDItOi: II. lll'TTKHFIKI,!). Vernon, Vt.. Mny lii, IBnl, Style 6089 Style 6095 SHAPE-RETA1NING with the utmost care and intelligence. As a result they will wear longer and give better service and more satisfaction than any other shoe it is possible to produce at the price. They always retain their shape after months of service. All "Britannia" Shoes Have "Rock Oak" Soles which Will Outwear any other Soles. Fine Patent Colt Lace Boot, kangaroo top, fast color eyelets, welt sewed, medium extension, military heel. Artistic and gracef ul in every line and curve, perfect in style and faultless in fit. Widths A to E, sizes 2 1-2 to 7. Price $3.50. Amazon Kid Lace Boot, stock tip, fast color eyelets, welt sewed, medium heel. This style is made with high instep, fits closely into the hollow of the foot, supporting the arch and thus giving perfect comfort. An excellent street boot. Widths A to E, sizes 2 1-2 to 7. Price $3.50. Amazon Kid Lace, Patent tip, fast color eyelets, welt sewed, slight extension edge, medium heel. Designed to meet the requirements of a light-weight dress boot, perfect fitting, in fact the extreme of fashion for street wear. Price $3.00. Patent Colt Skin Blucher Oxford, dull mat quarter, tip, Cuban heel. Embodying the latest ideas in fashionable foot-dress. Widths A to E, sizes 2 1-2 to 7. Price $3.50. Amazon Kid Oxford, patent tip, welt sewed. This popular shoe with its attractive lines and military heel, leaves nothing to be desired in a dainty and fashionable dress shoe. Widths A to E, sizes 2 1-2 to 7. Price $3.00. Amazon Kid Oxford, patent tip, hand sewed turned sole, Colo- nial heel. Distinctly a light dress shoe for outdoor summer wear, also ad apted for dress occasions if desired. Widths A to E, sizes 2 1-2 to 7. Price $3.00. Last week we mentioned some of the particular features of our "Fairy Queen" line and this week we have tried to tell you something about our "Britannia" line. We honestly believe that "Fairy Queen" and "Britannia" are the two leading advertised shoes manufactured today. Customers will not make any mistake when buying these excellent ladies' shoes. We guarantee every pair to be worth the purchase price, and if they are not exactly as rep resented, we make them so. Everyone should try a pair. Style 6096 Style 7584 Style 7585 Style 7586 Brattleboro Clerks Plannlng for Hol Idoy's. About 75 of the local clerks mot Mon day evenlng In Dunham Brothers' storo to tako sueh nctlon as mlght seem neces sary toward Induclng the merchants to elose their stores on all the state and national holldays In Vermont, bellevlng thnt lf It was understood that the stores would be closed on such days much of tho inlsunderstandlng that now exists would be done away with and that the re sult would be mutuaUy benetlclal to clerks and employers. Warren Heald preslded at the meetlng. A eommltttw was chosen to draw up a paper to be clr culated among the merchnnts nsklng them to ngree to close their stores all day on Memorial day. Fourth of July, labor Day, Tlianksgivlng nnd Chrlst mns. The commltteo conslsts of J. War ren Mlller, Charles Xlles, George Well mnn, Mlss Meta Stolte. Mlss Fdlth Crav nnd Mlss Kthel Knlght. Tho commltteo wlll report at a later me.etlng. So fnr as tmy have been approached on the sub jeet tho mtrchunts, as a rule, npprovo the plan, exiirossliig their wllllngnoxg to close If there s a general understandlng that the others wlll do so. Flro In Bellows Falls Last Nlght. The flre department had a stuhborn nre to flght last nlght nbout 7 o'clock in the cheeso faetory, or croamery, of tho Uoston Dalry company on the sido of the Fltchburg road. It Is the samo bulldlng whlch was badly gutted In tho nlght of August 4th, 10u2. Tho loss nt that timo was heavy to both stock and bulldlng, and ngaln the bulldlng ls practlcnlly rulned with the stock it contnlncd. Tho recall was not sounded for nearly two hours. "Britannia" always $3.50. "Fairy Queen" always $3.00. DUNHAM BROTHERS BRATTLEBORO. GREENFIELD. CHURCH AND FRATERNITY. Tho Knlghts nnd Ladles of Honor wlll hold a regular meetlng In Ited Men's hall Monday ovenlng, Frlendship clrcle wlll meet ln Odd Fel lows" hall next Frlday afternoon. Supper wlll be served at C.15. Itev. A. C. Ferrln of Sprlngtleld, thls state, wlll preach nt the Congregatlonal church Sundny mornlng. There wlll be the usunl two mnsse ln St. MIchae4's ltoman Cathollc church Sundny, low mass ut 9 o'elock and hlgh mnss at 10.30. Mlss Annn V. Blng, a mlssionary of tho W. F. M. S., recently from Sapparo, Jnpon, wlll speal: nt tho Methodlst church next Sunday mornlng. The lndlen' clrcle of the Vnlversnllst church wlll mett In tho church parlors next Thureday afternoon. At C.SO a strawborry supper wlll be served. Tho cholr of the Methodlst church wns nsslsted last Sundny by Herbert P. De lnno of Portland, Me.. whose tenor was much appreclated ln solo nnd other sing-Ing. Vnltnrlnn church, Rev. E. Q. S. Osgood, pnstor. Service every Sunday at 10.30; Sunday school at 11.43. Theme for next Sunday, "The Abidlng Presence of God." All nre welcome. At the Adventist Chrlstlan church, prayer meetlng at 10.45 a. m.: Sunday school nt noon; Loyal Workers, C.30 p. m.; Thursday evenlng prayer meetlng. 7.30. All are cordlally invited to all the services, Unlversallst church. Mornlng worshlp at 10.30 o'clock. Subject of tho sermon, "The Lifo More Than Ment." Mrs. Frntt and Mr. Brasor wlll slng. Sunday school at 11.45 n. m.; Senior Unlon nt 7 p. m. All are welcome. Chrlstlan Science servlcee ln Markct hlock Sunday nt 10.45 a. m. Subject, "God, tho Only Cause and Croator." Sunday school at noon; tostimonlal meetlng Wed nesday nt 7.30 p. in. Reading room opon Tuesday. Thursd.-n and Saturday from 2 to 5 p. m. All nre welcome. The W. C. T. U. held a regular meet Ing yesterday afternoon. There wlll be no meetlng noxt week on account of the county conventlon to be held at Wilming ton, but the followlng week on Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock the members of the soclety wlll meet in the parlors of thc Y. M. C. A. W. Methodlst Eplscopal church. F. day mornlng nt 10.30 there wlll be an ad dress by Mlss Anna V. Blng, of Sappor", Japan. She ls one of the workers of the F. M. S., now at home on leave. Hvonlng servlco nt 7.30, at whlch the pas tor wlll preach. Sohool for Blble studv at 11.15, nnd Epworth Leaguo prayer meet. lnil nt .S(Y .llinln. T nn n-.l.l.. . v u,,,u. a b U U MVUIlCDUi.J laftornoon at 3.15; class meetings Tuesday ...... t, k iulu reguiar onurcn pr.ier meetinjj Fray evenlng nt the snme hour All nre cordlally welcomo to these services. The monthly sesslon of tho prolat' court ls belng held today, tomorrow be lng a holldny. The annuai conventlon of tho Vernvmi Stnto I.ottcr Carrlers1 assoclation, "f whlch D. E. Tasker Is presldent, will be held in Brattleboro tomorrow afternoon nnd evenlng.