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1908. 0 THE VERMONT PTICBNIX, BRATTLEBORO, FRIDAY, JUNE IN THE LOCAL FIELD. ATHENS. Percy 51. Hnll spent Sumlny nt homo. David Dunliam wnn homo ovcr Sundny. J. M. Powers spent ii fcw ilitys nt liomc reccntly. J. J, Cmhvorth went t" Brattleboro Wednesdny. Mrs. K. W. Hobblns ls vlsltlnpr relntlves in Northlleld nnd vlclnlty. Rev. F. M. Bakcr wns here from Mid dletown, Conn., over Sumlity. E. II. Hobblns of Northlleld spent Snt urday nml Sundny with hls pnretits. The pro-momorlnl exercises nf tho north sehool pnssed off vory plensanlly. Mrs 11. J. llnstlngs wont tn SprliiR field, Mnss., Mondny fnr u two weoks vlslt. Severnl from here nttended tlit- gradu ntlon ixerolscs nt I.olnnd St Orny Sem Innry Thursdny evcnliiff. .1. O. Klngsiov. who nas nccn iu soiu.- moro mmierous on somo oocusions, but noi more boniitlful. A niitnbor of Put ney ultlzeliw. Imiudlng Hev. Mr. Metenlf iind ltov. C. K. lliiywnrd, were present, nnd Mr. lliiywnrd olTorcd the prayer of lnvocntloii. Wnlter R Wnlki't' wns pres Idonl ot the di.v, nnd niudo an ndmlrublo prosldltig ofllcor. DUMMERSTON HILL. Mrs. Ashwcll nml dnughter ot West minster were giiosts nt Mr. nml Mrs. II. Hnll's over Sundny. Mnny of tlio furmcrs huve Iind to plnnl tliplr corn ovcr. ln somo llolds tho dry wouthcr nml poor seed cutised only half the nsiinl nimmnt tn sprmit. ' .Mr. nml Mrs. J. N. llpttprlpy, Mr. nnd JIpj. D. M. Stoekwell. nnd Mr. nml Mrs. CJ. It. Whoclor uttemlod thp W. C. T. V. oonveiitlon nt Wilmington Thursdny nml Frlday. A pre-memorlnl progrum of unusual lnferost wns prcsonted nt tlio schoul Iuhifo Fiidny nfternoon. The leudlugs. iccitntlnns nnd dlnlnguos wero cnrefully solortod nml well rondercd. Tlio prcs lm'P 'doo not' gnln ns rnpldly ns hls I eiico of so Inrge n number of pnrents nnd lllllt., llu'' " " . ...... I ..(. ..1.. ...,..on.1 ... Mln ll.lr.-..u I II .1111. frlends would llke to nave niin. Miss Blng. n rcturnod mlsslonnry from Jnpan, spoke nt tlio church Wednesday pvcnlng. Blvlns nii lnterostlng uceotint ot tho work enrriod on tlipro, nnd forclbly lmprpfscd lier honrcrs wlth tho ncods of those ln tho forcign llpld. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. S. 1'owers woro v'cry pl'casantly surprlscd on Ratnrday ovon lnB. when nbont EO of tliPlr frlends nnd nolBhbnro nssomblpd nt tbolr Jiomo to hclp thpni i-i'lebrntf thc 2Stli nnnlver!nry of tliplr ninrrianp. Tlioy lpft mnny ub stnntial tokons of i-pspoct to romlnd thc couplo of tho lmppy occnslon. AmoiiB those from ont or town wero Mr. nnd 5Ir Uoscop Mnrsh of Townshend, Mr. rind'Mrs. riiniios Ptlckni-y of lirookllno, Mr nml Mrs. M. KtiReno Jionoins oi Putnoy, E. II. Itobblns ot Nortlillclil nnd J J. Cndworth of San Frnnrlpco, Cnllf. . fripnds nttosted to the Intcrest ln onr sehool nnd conntry. At the elope of tho exen'lci's nll follownl tho pnplls nml tenehi'f to thp ceniptery, where MnBs nnd tlowt'is woro plnpod on tho khivps of thopp honorod patriots. Wo trnst tnat thoso IpssoiiB of jintrlotlsm tnuBht onr chlldron now mny erente n doppor rover onec fnr onr llap nnd Ils defonders; thnt thoy mny Inllnont'e thopp comliiB rnh-rs of our stnto to stnnd ever for truth nnd Jns tlcp, nnd thnt lt onr eonntry ln Its un tried tutnre shnll neod ohninplons ln tho lleld Vermont mny sllll be nblp to send men ' (lf Malwnrt nrnis And henrts so brnve thnt shnll stand A stronser Kiinrd t'nnn enstle wnlls, l'or theo. my natlvi lanill" j Tho thousnntls of postnl cnnls rocoivcd i every month by tlio Dr. David Koniii'ily , Corporation of Hontlout, X. Y., rciiucst iiiK n trinl liottlo of tlit'ir PAVOKITB 1 KEMEDY reach ch htiKo iiroiiortions tlmt lt lins bocn very justiy cuiiua a poattil tleltiKO. Think of tho subatnntial rownnl ench Bonilor of n tiostul cnrd rccolves a trial hottlo of DU. DAVID KENNHDY'3 FAVOUITK KBMEDY, tho Kroatcst known ctiro for diseascs of tho Kidiioys, Bladdor, Liver, Iilood, Hhoumutism, Dysiiopsia and Chronip Constipatioii. If in roturn for the price of a poital card (ono centl you rccoivo a medicitio frce, that will roliovo your BulferiiiK. It is oidy fair to bellovo that acontinucd ubo of tho namo modicitio, for a rcason ablo leiiBth of time will suroly curc you. Womon who suffer from what is known aa "femalo woaknesscfi' Iind. np on invostiRation, that their tronblos nro really disoat's of the Kidnoys nnd Hlad der. Tn ascortain this, allow somo urino to roinain iu a glass for twenty four liourB; if thuroiB a sedimcnt and sinoky nppearance; if you havo pains in tho back; if you aro obllnod to frpqiu'iitly urinato durinff thouight, and if Imrninn pains accoiupany its paFsaRO ; you Hhould scek at once Dr. David Kenncdy's I'avor ito Iteniody, the most brillinut jewt'l in the world of medicino. DruggistssellitinrVowSO Coni Slio and tho rcgular $1.00 size bottles. Dr. Ilatlil Knnrd)'a Snll lllicum ( riain curci Old Sorca, Sklu nnd Srrofulout PIcnos. jcc. WARDSBORO. Mr. nnd Mr. Wlllnrd nre Bets of Mrs. t.nnm lllaiiclmrd. Mr. I.'dwnrd Iinvlp of New York Is vlsllliiB lier fnther. A. I.. Whpelnr. l''rnnk IJddy of New York Itnft vlslted rerently wlth lils mnther, Mrs. Mnry Kddy. Mrs. l.lZfle'Hnrber has rettirnod to her hoine nfter n vlslt wlth her fnthpr, I.. A. Whlleomb. Mlss Nettlo Hlshop of Ilrntlleboro hna spent the post weok wlth Mrs. .Mnry Kddy and other frlends. Mrs. linrn lllnnchnnt. who spent tlio wlnter ln Troy, N. V., enme Tuesdny to open her suminer home. Mrs. llimh Adnms. who hns bpen slny 1 n K wlth Mrs A. J. Mnrtln n fow weeks, hns Bone to l.ondonderry. neoiBe lliimlln nnd Jesso I.nni' havo Ki'iie to llrnttleboro to wnrk on the llrnd ley fnrm for Mr. linrrctt. The A .. fltih will moet wlth Mrs. V. Kldder I'rldn nfternoon, Jime 12. Wo liope lo si v nll inleresled In the elllb iires ent. Tlu work will ln- sewlliR. Hexernl irom lure nttemled tlio com- meiieeine'.t etmeert by tho Ilnrvurd iinnrlet nnd tlio other exereWen nt I.eland - CSrny .Semlnary In Townshend. Windnntn Connty I'oinonn (trnnBe will niert wlth Verimnit Orange, No. 130, next Tlmrsdiiy, Jnne 11. Dlnner will bo sorveil on the plenlc plnn. All nre Invlted to tho open moetlnn ln the nfternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Krnnels White hnvemnvod tn Newfnne lo llve wlth thelr son-ln-lnw. nr. J. II. Colo. fJntes Hslerbrook of O.irdnrr, Mnss , hns moved lils ftoodg t n t the houue ncnted by Mr. nnd Mrs. White. I'nriitrs Fnlls, MontaKiie nnd Oreenlleld Insl week. Mrs. W. O. Wnrden. who wns not us well lnst week, ls moro eonifortnblo nt thls wrltliiB. J. A. Hnrk's fnthor nnd mother aro vlsltlliK hls fnnilly ilurlliB hls abseinc tn Ht. I,onls. The flnllford bnso IkiII tenm played vour kldneys once every three minutes. ...ni. iu ...... Thp k rtnevs are JIIT ,C'f.l I I tl t , IUIPIP I l 1,-11111 i- 1 1,11, , nml were benten a?-8. Thnre will be n reBUlnr ClrnnBe tneel- lllB Jnne ln. The proKrnm for thls mect Iiib w'ns prlnted lasl week. Arthnr C'lmpln of SprltiBfleld, Mass.. Jnlned lils fnmlly nt lt. W. Akeley's lnst week, retnriiliiB wlth them S.inday. Mrs. Mnry Snllsbury hns been In Hmt- tlnboro the imst two weelis, kediiliiB WEST DUMMERSTON. W. W. WIImiii is awny on n three weeks" busliH'cs trlji. Next Ktindny will be chlldren's Sunday nnd the ehlldren will hold exerelses nt tho BROOKLINE. The diouth stlll contlnnes and forest firoc nw rnulnir lienr-by. Georgo M. Bush of Boston spent Sunday 1 cliurcli nt 2 ). m. wlth lils wlfo nt K. I.. linsh's. ! llermnn Osgood ot Derry, N. II.. visited j EAST DOVER. at hls fnther s, J-;. i u.boii s, in.n The ladlcs' benevolent soclety will mect wlth Mr. Dayton Clnrk next Tuesday nfternoon, June 9. The sprlng term of sehool in dlstrlct No. S will elose thls week. The sehool hns been very suceessful under the teach inp of Mls Delom Styles. The prc memorinl eercises in the sehool were very InterestlnB nnd there were 11 vlslt ors to listen to them. II. A. Jofls will do cnrpenlerliiB work for John Morse aBnln thls suminer, lo BlnillllB tlll;. week. The pastor, Mr. Vlle, has moved hls Roods from New Hnmpshlre Into the pnr snnaRe. lle will preach at tho naptlsl ciiureli next Sumlny. BONDVILLE. S. B. Taylor, srand Jnror, nnd Jud Uen son, petit jurnr, nro nttemliiiK eourt at Manchester. There havo been showers nround us, but at thls wrltliiB, Wednesday, the drouth remalns unbroken. Lols Hrooks has moved into Ilolly Johnson's houso at Clraliamvllle. Georgo P. Burbee ls movlne Into hls house in the vlllage, vacated by Mr. Brook. The sale of tho Rrocery buslnes-s men tloned ln last week's papcr dld not tnke place, Mr. Johnson decidinR nt the last moment to keep tlu' place hlmself. Hev. Mr. Iamb went to Post Mllls Frl day to remaln a week. Hev. W. A. Kvnns conducted the t-ervh'es fnr liim Sninlay. Orrln Ilewcs will lead the mid-week prayer servlce. Thi- parsonnBo commlttee, nssisted by the ladles" ald soclety, nre paperlns, palntlnB nnd whlte-washlnu tho parson age withln, nnd attendinR to somo neitled repairs outside. Mrs. D. A. Shattuck, who llved in the north part of tho town, and has suffered sreatly the past year and n half, died Saturday morninR. The funeral tooK placo Tuesday afternoon, Hev. M'. II. Smlth of South I-ondonderry ofllclatlnB. Mrs. Shattuck ls survlvcd by a husband and three sons, besldes her father and four brothers. Sho was the daughter of Henry Ilewes. She was an estlmable woman, who looked well to tho ways ot her household until lald nside by lllness. Her husband has for more tlian a year glven up nll other cares, and devotedly watched over her day nnd nlKlit, nnd he has the sympathy of the wiiole commun ity In hls bereavement. The pre-memorial exerelses at the sehool Frlday afternoon were attended by u number of the parents nnd- frlends of tho puplls. The ecrclses consisted of recitations, essays on npproprlato sub jects, nnd sliiKinB. The essays wero all good, but that on Hobert 13. 1-ee by Ger trude Chatlleld deserved especlal men tion. Tho ehlldren did themelvos credlt, and showed careful tralniiiK by thelr teacher, Orrln llewes. After the exerelses thoy marched to the cemetcry and deeo rated tho graves of tho snldlers bnried there. WEST DOVER. Mis. Hetsey I.yni.in is stlll 111. There will be prenehlng next Sumlny nt 1.30' o'eloek. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Burlington nre l.iting thelr son. Bert. in llolyoke. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Knrle Mnnn of Brattle boro eulled on relntlves tho nst week. Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Fessendcn ealled on neiiiinlntanees last Wediui-day. Thoy at tended the funernl of Abel Johnson. llnrry Tuttle, who hnd one Ipr broken on the rnllroad in Febru.iry, is enlliiiB on old neq'mlntanees. IIo is still on erutehes. Nnliuni Ilnrrls, who hnd been in Ne- braskn nml Colorndo- tho past six yenrs, is vlbitliiB hls slster. Mrs. C. Jones. and other liiends. lle sn.xs he shall return to the West nfter u short vlslt. Abel Jolinson. nn old resldent, linssed uwny May 2Ti. after a long lllness, thotiRli ho wns conllned to hi bed but n little over two weeks. lle wns the son of Moses nnd Huth (Dnwloy) Johnson, wns born In Dover Doc. 12, I'Oi, nnd had spent hls llfe ln town. He was marrled twicc. Hls llrst wife w.is Clarlsa Heed, by whom he had two d.niRhtors .Mnry, wife of D. Snow. who dled soveral yenrs aBO, anil Clarn, who Is llvlng. Hls see ond wife was Mrs. Mnry (I.owe) ICUis, who surles him. Mr. Johnson was n klnd nnd obllginB nelRhbor, nnd much snnpathy Is felt for hls wife in her be riiivement. The funeral wns held Wtdnesdny noon at the limise, Hev. Mr. Heigel ollleintlnp. Burlal wns in tho vll lage eenietery. thls week. i n rmiti tn ln-r 'iininier home ln WnnNli'im Mr. nnd Mrs. C J. Tnrre, Mrs. J C. Hoblnson. Mrs. Seller nnd Mrs. Kellogg nre attending the W. ('. T. 1'. eonvention nt Wilmington. Mrs. John Kllls nnd son went to thelr home in Wardsboro Centre lnst Tuesdnv for a short stas. Mlss l.ydin F.irnurn hns nlso gone home. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. S. Wurk cnme home last week from lllnsdale for n short stny, nfter whlch thoy will return to lllnsdale to enro for iheir dauRhter's fnmlly. There was n good nttondnnce of mem bers nnd vlsltors nt tho W. C. T. U. meef Ing Wtdnesdny. The openlng servlce, lcd by Mrs. I.ula 'Willlnms, was InterestlnB aiid helprul. Mrs. Amsden followed wlth the subjeet of ystemntle gtvlng, whlch wns plenslngly illustrated by ronitlnKS. Speeinl niuslc by Mrs. Alken. Mrs. Wil llnms and Mis. Kniersnn added mneh to the nieeting. WARDSBORO CENTRE. J. W. Wells vlslted ln Hrattlelioro over Sunday wlth hls son, r I,. Wells, nnd wife of Troy. N. Y. NothliiB would plenso everyone so much ns n Rond sonklng raln. Thp sllght siuinkle of lnst Snturday mnrning drlel awny ns qulekly as the inornlng dew. Newell Bissell of peSnto, Mo visited hls mnther nnd other relntlves lnst week. Mr. Illsaell Is a rnllroad onglneer. nnd hns been omplojed by tho snmecom- pany u year. Tho Sumlny swhool reorgnnlzed lnst Sumlny, nnd the followlng ollleers wero elected: Superlntendent, II. M. Wells; nsslstnnt superlntendent, 71. C. Smond; scretnry nnd troasurej-. Bell A. Peirco; llbr.irlan. Frnnk Smend; orgnnlst, Mrs. II. C. Dexter. lOver-Work Weakens Your Kidneys. ; Unhealtliy Kldneys Hakc Impurc Iilood. All the blood In your body passes through ry inree muiui". The kldneys are your blood purlflers, they (11 ter out the waste or Impuritles In the blocd. If they areslck or out of order, they fall to do their work. Pains, achesandrheu matism come from ex cess of urloacldln the blood, dueto ncglected k Mi-iav irftllblft. Arthtir l'ranklln nnd , ,roube cause- qulck or unsteady I.. D. Franklin lnst , , .j i, I ..I thftiich week, ret,urnliiB to SpHnRflPld. Mass., 1 fBarucfls'. ' . l" " ..k. i,M,(e Sumlny. , ney naunwn rouu.c. - Thp l.ouse of Wells noodoll wns broken -Over-worKing m pump "i"?'. Into one dny lnst week whlle he was po soneo oioou ui.uuk" ntvny on n vlslt, nnd n uunntlty of elolh- , UseU to De consiaerea inai "' Ing wns stolen. trouoies were to oe iraccu iu mc r.iu.n.r., riiere will be prenelilnB In the fnlver- but now modern science proves nai nca.jr sallst eliureh Sunday at 2:30 p. m., by ' all constitutlonal diseases nave tneir oegin- Hev. H. K. Mnrvln. Sumlny sehool nt nlng ln kldney trouoie. olowtj of tho servlee. ! f vou are stck 1 ou can make no mistake for her dnliBhler, Mrs. Charles house Kayo. Mr. and Mrs. ehlld vlslted nt TOWN8HEND. Mnrjorlo Iteod is better. Mi. Hllza Tlmyer hn been 111 the pi-i week. ltov lliiBlie h been In town tinw week. The conundrum "iipiitr Iind lieen pnt ponwl. Mlss Hdltlt Sundprs wns m home or Sumlny. Otiy Bardwell 1ms VlsltOtl rocently in llernardston. A fow sprlnkles of rnlti enme lnst wek Frlday nlght. Huth Wntson hroko u bone In one umi lasfwook by n fnll. Mr, nml Mrs. Hriiost Gould nre Kii ing at Chnrle Gould's. Mr. nnd Mrs. S. Morso havo been reoni vlsltors nt U. P. PhllllnB's. ' The Uorcns Oulld sorved lce crenm ',n tho eommon Snturday nfternoon. Mrs. Arthtir Hnnd has roturtieil from i vlslt ln Boston, Ilnrtrord nnd llolyoke Mrs. Albert Hrown Is brlnglnK honi, -mado cookltiR to the vllliiRe once u we, k C. II. Wlllard hns added a poreh to Ui. house whlch he retits to Klwin l'er-'m- Mrs. II. M. UlBnelmrd Is siiendlnn n ,. week wlth her slstcr, Mlss II. A. Flet' h- er. . " j"- j . , , i,awrenco ureenwooii, ino singing ev.m C lii i ren's i1bv will tn. ni,rvn,i i,v V,v flrst doctor nt vour kidnevs. The mila , ,,, ,. , ..,,., ...... , ... .. ...... .... .. , I'HBI, Nlll niiCTt r nr,mi .iiiiin lirond Ilrook nmnce ln tho iisnn! wav nt nrl ihc. p.itraordlnarv efiect of Dr. Mimer s u .,. ,, ,,,i rom-i .i,-,.i, ,, .. mmiHu iioii nfiiunnij, ,iune jd. uinner vumpaKOUL mc grcai Kiancy icmtuy ia vc.pj will bo senwl nt noon on the plcnlc idnn Tenchers ln the dlfferenl sehools will pleiise propare a part ot tnelr puplls for speaklni?, musle or cllnloKues. All are eordlnlly Invlted. WEST GUILFORD. soon reallzed. lt stands the highest for Its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases j, u n- -l,.- f.K"- anu issoiu uu naiu&iiM by all drugglsts In fifty- iffgl Mr. nnd Mrn. Wrlfiht K. Phllllp- . Mlllers Falls aro VlsltlliK Mrs M : Phllllps. Ho.vnl Sanderson reptirts the r.iln'ili during the month of -May thrw-fuurt' -of nn Ineh. C.'hnrles Chene.v of llooslek Falls N ..mnla lnlfl hy m9ll Itnnw, r.f SnmUoot. free. also pampniet teiiir.g ou nu j., niieni ounuu.v nn .no n., ..n.- out it you nave Kiancy ui "- " " the west vlllage, spent Memorial d.i . Ordinntlon of Rev. F. B. Irving. I lui-niinn iKi naner when vntine Dr. Kilmer nn Wednesdny W pcrsons assembled 1 fit Co., Blnghamton, N. Y. Don't make any mlstakc, but remcm nt the .Baptlst church to purtlcinnte in the ordinntlon servlccs of Hev. F. II. Irv ing. The meotlnK was ealled to order by H. lt. Thomiis nml nfter n song, prnyer was offereil by Hev. W. A. Davl son, stale niisslonary. The letters was then rend bv Mr. Thomius for n eall to tho rhuixiies to seml pnstors nml delo Biites. Mr. Davlson wns ehosen modem- tor. and the eounell procceded to orgnn ber the name, Swamp-Hoot, Dr. Kll mer's Swamp-Hoot, and the address, Blnghamton. N. T.. on every bottle. tlon. The musir by the Brattleboro drum corps was of the lx'st. and the sehool ehll dren dld themselves eredlt by the thor- ouch ilrllllng they dlsplnyeil. t.ver K. SOUTH WARDSBORO. Hobert B. Hyder Is vMtlng nt II. Kldder s. Carrle Webster picked rlpo strnwber ries June 1st. There has been a frost on three morn fngs the past week. JAMAICA. M. C. Sklnner is In poor hoalth. I.oulse Klng hns tlnlshed work at J. B. Kllls 1" at work for Dr. DUMMERSTON. Mlss Carrie White's sehool nt Dum merston Centre, whlch number.s 2S puplls. had n very excellent program of pre memorial exercises, and the 20 vlsltors present greatly enjoyed tho occaslon, The schoolroom was very tastefully trlmmed wlth llags nnd llowers. The potted plants on the wlndow sllls and tho numerous plcture.s on the wnlls aro n dally attractlon, nnd glve the schoolroom nn alr ot cheerfulness durlng the hours ot study. Both teacher and puplls are entltled to much credlt, not only for tho spetlal Memorial day exerelses, but fnr the steady progress mnde ln edticatlonnl work. Members of Greenwood post of Putney made thelr lSth nnnual vlslt to Dummers ton on Memorial day. Thelr number has dlmlnlshed conslderably in IS yenrs. The number of soldiors' graves decorated by the post In this place is 2rt, for whlch Mrs. E. D. Greenwood furnishes baskets of beautltul flowers bought from llorists. The post furnishes yearly for the grave of Col. Greenwood n handsome deslgn of beautltul flowers. The Memorial day ex erelses were of moro than usual Interest to the Inrge nudle.1iee in nt.tiVidance. Hev. AV. P. Jnckson's nddress on " The Dcstlny of Amerlea " was a master pleco of eloriuence. Hls loglc wns fault less, hls arguments forceful nnd hls con clusion sound. He wns henrtlly np plauded at the close of hls oratlon. Others had thelr share of npplause. nmong them K. 11. Mlller. the well-known slngcr, Mrs. l.illa M. Heed, the organlst, and tho ehlldren of Mlss AVhlte's sehool, who took a. promlnent part in the exer elses. Tho church was trlmmed wlth rlngs and buntlng, whlch enclrcled the audlenco room. The flowers have lieen Muzzy's George II. Brighum. Mlss Nlnn Glenson Is nt home for n week's stay. Hoy Barnes Is sufferlug from nn nbscess on hl hand. There will be prenehlng at the Baptlst church Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Kllls drovo to Dover lnst week. Mrs. (inra Henkel left Thursdny for her home ln Ilrattlelioro. Mrs. l.eroy liawson nnd son havo gone to Bartonsvllle for a vlslt. Chlldren's day will be observed Sunday nt the Congregatioiial church. Mrs. T.. B. Newman and Mrs. Fannlo Howard returned home Tuesday. Five persnns were received Into the Con gregatlonal church Sunday by letter. Mlss Helen Adnms of Windham spont Sunday wlth her slster, Mlss May Adams. Mr. and Mis. P. K. lloward nttended Mrs. Mnry Bradley's funenil at Plym outh. John H. riumley of Northfield callrd Saturday on n formcr pupll, Mlss CaiTlo Porler. Mrs. Betsey Boynton and daughter re turned this week after a vlslt In North Adams. , A largo number nttended tho Ilnrvnrd (liiartet concert nt Townshend Thur. day evenlng. George W. Henry of Bucks Brldge, N. V.. hns vlslted hls slster, Mrs. J. II. I.y mnn, recentb. M. nml Mrs. K. Carver, who have spent the wlnter In Keeno nml Weston, cnme home last weok. Soveral from here attended the Me morinl dny expreises In South london derry nnd Townphend. Palrlotlc exerelses were glven by tho vlllage sehools Frlday and wero nttend ed by a large number of vlsltors. Charles II. Allen returned Monday to hls work In Biattleboro. hnvlng been nt home (our weeks on nccount of a broken nnkle. The ladles' Industrlal soclety sold lce crenm and enke Saturday afternoon nnd evenlng, thus nddlng $8 to the church re palr fund. Mrs. I-aura Blanchard of Troy, N. Y vlslted her cousln. Mrs. AVnles Wlllard, SOUTH LONDONDERRY. Mlllnn Claytoii Is workiiiB ln the family or Dr. 1.. S. Arnohl. Mrs. F. S. Crafts of Wilmington Is vislling nt F. A. iliilett's. Dr. W. A. Kvans of Handolph, the well known optlelnn, is In town. Mrs. K. Davls hns gone to Wardsltoro to spend n month wlth her parents. MWs Mnud .Hownrd of Toriington. Conn., ls at her brother's, Marvln How ard's. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Shattuck of West minster West islted frlends In town lnst week. Soveral from here attended the funeral ot Mrs. Sndle (Parker! Stone at the north village lnt Sumlny mornlng A womnn who Is the ngent for Oram's Modern Atlas is uieetlng wlth gront suc eess. having sold nearly 75 In thls sectlon. Mrs. M. J. Howard attended the grad uation exerelses at I.eland Gray Seml nary at Townshend on Thursduy. She ls a gradunte of that sehool. Wllllam Alllne. our timl towns man, hns returned from Wlnrhendon, Mnss . to bo with us thls summer. He Is iMinrdlng at S. M. Holdeu's. The Methodist ladles' nid soclety met wlth Mrs. John Hamsdell Weilnesday. These womeii are bravely dning a good work ralslng money for repairs on thelr church News has been rncelved by frlends here of the mitrrlage of Mlss Nlnn Tolman to Clyde l.ee, Isith of Spiinglleld. Mnss. Mrs. I.ee wns a former resldent here, nnd is a slster of -Mrs. H. S. Goddnrd. Mrs. Almon Shattuck, who llved nenr Winhall Iiollow. died last Frlday after a severe lllness of more than a yonr's duratlon. She hn.d ,ninny relntlves and frlends In thls placo, who attended her funernl on Tuesday. ?iunk Nason ot this place and Mlss Ilenrlettn Kmery of New Hampshltv wero marrled on Tuesday evinlng. Mr. Nnson Is nn enterprlsing young mnu. u pninter by trade, nnd the start ln thelr new lifo wlth brlght prosk'octs. The llrst )arf- of the season from Manchester. conHistinR of some of the e.irller clty vlsltors, took dlnner nt Hlverslde Inn last week. Some of tho members of the party were of Judge Ishnm's fnmlly of Chlcngo. J. II. Whltman ot llitnn made a short call on frlends here last week. Mr. Whlt man seems to have a warm placo ln hls heart for thls town, as he has shown sub stanlinlly by hls gcnerous eontrlbutlons to our llbrnry, tlre compnnles nnd other objeets. .Mtmoiiul dny wns fair, and a largo erowd assembled to attend the services. In the forenoon thc solditrs' graves In the different cemeteries were decor.ited by eomrudes detaihd fnr that purpose, wlth llags nml wreaths made by the Woman's Hellef corps, klndly asslstitl by several women. Karly In the afternoon a pro- cosslon was formed, led by tho Wards boro Cornei band, ' lollowed by members of the Grand Arm.v. Sons of Veteruns and the sehool ehlldren. They mnrchod llrst. to the mound ereeled to the memory of the unknnwu dead. where there wero ap propriale exerelses. and from there to tho town hnll. C'aptaln Charles Plumlcy of Northlleld delhered the nddress. Johnson brotlurs, .Mlss Mnry Plerco. Mrs. Mny Allen. with Mis llullle Thomp son. orgnnlst. furnlshed excellent niuslc. Mrs. Abble H.ibbltt and Mrs. M. C. Grls wold guve le.iillngs, nnd Mlss Bernlce Bnbbltt a reeltatlon. nne plonslntf part of the progiam w.is the marchlug nml llag drill by the sihool ehlldren, who ae (piltted themselves creditably under the trulnlng of Miss Mnry Plerce nnd D. O. Plerce, the tenchers In thc vlllnge sehool. WEST WARDSBORO. F. A. Ilush was tn town Wednesdny for the last of his goods. The sehool had approprlnte memorial exercises. .with the room prettily deco rated. We eannot iM-fcln to keep up wlth New fane, but lt ls somethlng to haw four newly Joined couples connected wlth thls place. Mr. and Mr. Dald S. Felt of Boston nnd Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kstabrook of u est nover vlslted recently at li. I.. Itlce s and Z. J. Morse's. Hev. .1. D. Klng. perhaps for tho lnst time in West Wnrdsioro, prenched to n full lmuse Sumlny. lt I expected that Hev. (1. 11. Pnlmer will preach next Sun da mornlng. nlso that the Sunday sehool will be reorganlzed. ize, wlth Hev. Mr. Hoyal of Townshend thlng oassed off pleasantly and the tables clerk. Prayer was offored by Hov. Mr. loaded wlth provlslons. Tho ileco- Flsher or Guilford. A motlon wns them ( rnlions nt the church were ljonutlful nnd made and seennded that th.- cnndldate appropriate. After tho exerelses the proceed to rolntc hls Chrlsllan experl- vnung pcople hnd n gnme of base ball, enci', nnd nlso glve hls vlews on polntn , the tesims pnrtlclpating being the lo- or doctrlne, the councll, ln the menn- I bes " nnd the " I Ins-Beens." The victory time, brlnglng up (iiiestlons for dlscus sion. The council udjourned for dlnner, nfter whieh It conveneil at 2 p. m. for n lurtlier examlnntlon of the enndldate, nrter whlch an ndjournment or tho t-x- went to the " Hns-Bet'ns.' ihere was rever lu-rore so lnrge nn attendance trom out or town. Brnttlelwiro, Guilford, Whit lnirbnm and Colrnin lielng represented. nnd lf lt had not U-en for the smnll ikix nmlnation wns voted. thc rouncll retir- i soare tne crowd would have been mm h ing. After n short dellberHtlon lt was , larget. voted unanlmously to ordaln the cnndl date. The exerelses of ordinatlon weie as fol lows: HendliiR of the Scrlptiires. Hev. Mr. Nlchols of Whitingham; prnyer, Hev. Mr. Mngley of South Newfane; ordinatlon ternion. Hev. W. A. Davlson; chargo to the church. Hev. Mr WILMINGTON. wlth frlends. Mlss Lllla Ilutterlleld of Lomlnnd-ri Is spendlng the week with her cou-i , Mnbel Allbee. i he ConFreBntlonnl ladles' home rlub will meet with Mrs. Fred I.lvermore VM nesdny afternoon, June ln. Hev. Gefirge B. l-iwson of Brattleboro preached an nble and interostlng bac'n laurente sermon to n large audlenco fr ,m the text. Colosslnns il;2. Mrs. Pettlnglll of Dorchester, Mas?. is spendlng grnduntion week with lu r daughter, one of tho tenchers In t! Semlnnry, nt Hev. K. A. Hoynl's. The vlllage sehools had pleaslng Me morial day exercl,!es Frlday nfternoon. beforo a largo company. Tho da wi-. oliserved by the other sehools also. The dry wenther makes work for t'. blacksmlth. Mr. Mnrsh has 73 wheels om hand to havo tho tlres set and otl.er repairs. thus proving the old saylng true. that "it is an 111 wind that blows no one any good." The oommissioners of the cemeteries would conslder it a favor if those who carry llowers there would remove- thnm after they become withered and unlRht- ly: also the receptacles for them. ns they arc not ornamentnl. The time the ball team went from here to Chester the score stood at the Uo-e Obscrvancc of Memorial Day. The nrogram for Memorial day as pub- Hoyol of Town- i llshed last we, k. carrled out In every hend; eharge to the pastor, Hev. Mr. 1 partlciilar The procession formed at Berry of Wesi Halifax; prayer. Hev. N. 1 Grand Army hall. and. after golng to tho A. Wnod of West HrattlelKin). nnd the , monununl. where exerelses were held. 1 f laying on of hamls. The exerelses wero and to the ccmetery. where the graves of j)f(t saturday there wns a game wi'h arled by slnglng by the cnnRregatlon i eomrades were decorated. the iiudlenee ; tj,0 Newfane" team. and the scure wi nnd anthems by the eholr, tor whlch repalred to Memorial hall. U. K. Butter- 2., )n fnvor 0f the Townshend team muen rreiiit is uue i-. j;. nennett. chorts- , lleld, presiuent oi tne uay. gave nn ap propriate addrostf. and lntrodueed Hev. 1 1. K Hiegel, who spoke elniiuently, taklng " John Hrown " as hls subjeet. ln clos ItiR he sald that though John Brown's lsidy was mouldlng In the grave, hls ter. nml Charles I'otter. orgnnlst. Mr. Davlson took for the text of the ordinatlon sermon Aets l:S, lnylng great emplinsls on tho dutles of the church. his lending tneme Ix-lng power nnd tho nec- WILLIAMSVILLE. THE WOHLD'S MEDICINE. FOR ALL BILI0LIS and NERVOUS DISORDERS, Sick Headache, Constipation, Wind, Weak Stomach, Impaired Digestion, Disordered Liver & Female Ailments. Prepared only by the Pronrietor, Tiiouab Heecimm, St. Helcns, Ehb and 805 Canal Street, New ork. Sold every where in boxcs, 10c. and 2jo. Jennle Heniek of Keeno spent Sunday wlth Mr. and Mrs A. I.. Timson. Hev. Henry Hilgel or Wilmington cnme to thls place Tuesday on hls blcycle. Wo gladly welcomed n shower on May 27, and a short raln the nlght of Mnv 2S. Mrs. JiiKtin Thomns of Marllsiro spent several ilays lth her pnrents. Mr. nnd .Mr". I.ymail 1'owers. .Mr. and Mrs. N. I.. Staples returned to Brattleboro Sumlny nfternoon nfter spendlng n fow days with relattves here. Mrs. A. N. Shennan vlslted Brattleboro on Tuesday nnd Wednesdny to meet her eousin, Mrs. George iiiompson, or Som ervllle, Mmhs , who was Mlss Mlnnle Streeter. Duane White and son or Boston spent Sunday with Dr. and Mrs. P. P. White. Mr. White 1ms the eare or the eetnte of the late John W. Joy of Boston, an ob tate vnlued at sevcrnl mlllions or dol lars. whieh is largely invested ln ril es tate in and around Boston. Mr. White's home is in Winchestcr. G. H. Lincoln has sold hls placo to Dr. P. P. White, and ns soon as ho can close up his buslnos-s hero he will go to Wis- eonsln where he has spent the wlnter. His frlemls there urge hlm to return to thelr 'home. and he prerers to do so ns he has no relntlves left here. News has been received of the denth of Mrs. Mnry B. Dutton of K.t Jnffrev. N. lt., who was n natlve of this town, but has lieen nway mnny years. She was a slster of Alexander Davls, who llved n long time iu Brnttlolioro. Her nlcces, Mrs. W. C. llorton of Brattleboro nnd Mrs. Annle Cutlor or Townshend, nt tended the funenil on iiitirsdny. Her nge was 7! A quiet wedding took plnco nt tho home of Hev. N. A. Wood ln West Brat tleboro on the mornlng of June 3d. when Fred W. Morse of thls place nnd Mis l.illa llliums of Mnrlboro were unlted ln marringe. Albert Morse nnd Clam Willlnms. brother and slster of the young couple, attended. The brlde wore a hand some blue sllk dres nnd cnriiel 2'1 white cnrnatlons. the number representlng her nge. Mr. nnd .Mrs. Morso left on tho trnln for n wedding journey of several weeks, nnd will be glad to recelve thelr frlends nt thelr home after June 21. esslty of waltlng untll one was endnwi-d spirlt served lo nerve the anns of the with powii- rrom on hlgh before under- , l nlon Iieroef on many u Dattletleiu our- taklng the work. It wns nn earnest nnd Ing the terrlbl.' strire that was to tollow. eloiuent dlscourse. and belpful to all. 1 The addross was Ustened to wlth mveh In hls eharge to the chnrch Hev. Mr. Interest. The muslcal selections were Hoyal lald stress on the duty of lovnltv I well received. Hefreshments were served or tho church to Its pastor. to all In the basement of the hnll. The 1 he e.erel-es cloeil with the bonodic- 1 street muslc by the North Adams drum tlon by HeV. Mr. Irving. The gntherlng 1 eoips wns a feature. Many houses and was n suceess. The prooeedings tlirough- I plnces of busiius were decorated with Very interesting memorial exen ie wero held ln the Baptlst church S.it .r dny forenoon. Hev. G. W. Baker fn an excellent address. The two ch ,irs snng iatrIotjc songs nnd Mr. Hoyal .. g a solo. Mlss Hnzel Taft, Mnry Hnwe aiid P.iullne Franklin gave recitations .ril Mrs. Greonleaf recited very feelinglv "From the Shores of Tennessee." all of whieh was much enjoyed. Hev. M F. Hnrdy pronounced thc benediction. Af ter the servlces at the church. the drum corps led the processlon wlth patrlot:c nlrs to the ccmetery. A larger number than usual joined In the march, and the emioren oi tno vlllage sehool mnu.' a out were hnrmonioiis nnd helpful, and j the nntloi.nl colors. All In 11 we may fiTeny g,Bht w,tn ' wpre uplittlng to lxith pastor nnd people. ine work or tiie lmlles In prepming fool for the tables was appreclated. iieouiit the day as tltllngly observed. GREEN RIVER. .Mlss I.enn Heed uf Greenfleld spent Saturdny nnd Sumlny at home. C. K. Cllsbee aml famllv of Boston spent n part of last week at F. A. Hlch mond's. Mr. and Mrs. K K. Wllcox ,f Groen lleld ealled on tholr olil nelghlsirR hero Sumlny. II. W. Ilrnckett of Wilmington spent Saturday and Sunday at hls father's, George Brnckett's. H. T. Cutting went Wednesdny to spend n week wilh hls brother, W. B. Cutting, In Westminster West. Miss Blanche Bnrden of Fall Hlver. Jlass., cnme Saturdny for a vlslt of sev eral weeks with her parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. H. Barden. A large deer was geen In George Brnckett's pasture one mornlng last week, not more than 20 rods rrom tho house. It seemed to 1k very tnme. John Thompson nnd fnmlly of Green Ileld nro on a week's vlslt with thelr na- re.nts, Mr. nnd Mrs. D. M. Thompnn. Mrs. Mnrlnn Thomns of Hlverslde was with tlxm Sunda. Meeting of the Windham County Board of Fire Underwriters. The nnnual mtetlng of this assoeialion was held at the Chllds' tavern oVi Tuesday eveiiing, June 2. These ollleers were elected for tho ensulng year: I'resldent, K. D. Walker. Bellows Falls; seoretary'. C. M. Husell, Wilmington; treasurer, C. F. H. Jeiine. Brattleboro; ratlng com mlttee. D. D. Taylor. Brattleboro, K. S. l.eonard aml John llrosnahan of Bellows Fnlls. ln nddltlon to the above namexl, Col. II. E. Taylor aml T. J. B. Cndworth of BraltlelKiro were present. The meet ing was very plensant nnd thoroughly en joyed by all. Tho out of town memlwrs returned on Wednesday. dresses of white. After the decorati n or the graves a Ixiuntirul dlnner w is served at the town hall. WINDHAM. Mlss Mnry Stenrns Is visiting ln town. Mr. nnd Mrs. Krwin Green vlslted nt II. K. Wood's Wednesdny. Mlss Knte Ilolbrool; of Chester Is spend lng several days with Mrs. M. D. llarrls. Krastus Johnson of Wnltham, Mnss., is visiting hls slster. Mrs. A. O. Prentlss. Mr. nnd Mrs. I.. B. Chnpman vlslted thelr son. F. li. Chnpman, ln Westminster Wist over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Axtell nro visiting their dnughters. Mrs. 11. L. Gould nnd Mrs. G. K. Carleton. Mrs. A. O. Prentlss and Mrs. Goodnow returned thls week from a ylslt ln I-eba-non, Conn. Mrs. Kcmp, n slster of Mrs, Prentlss, cnme homo wlth her. I FELCHVILLE. The license commlsslonors held a pub Hc henrlne nt the Valloy Houso hall Mon day nfternoon to decido If Mr. Wlllmr of Cuttingsvlllo should havo two llcenses to sell Utuor nt the Valley House. Sev crnl women wero presnt nnd spoko, tnk Ing n grU interest In tho proceedlngs. Specches wero mndo by B. M. Nuwton, Georgo Burnhnm nnd others, opposlng tho grantlng of two llcensps. Tho com mlttee declded nol to grant Mr. Wllbur's petltlon, nnd ho Immedlately elosed tho Valley IIouso to the publlc. READSBORO. Mosis Newion uf the Nntlonal Metal Edge Box eompany of Headsboro has bought uiKHi ncres of tlmber Jand of tho estate of liie late Sllas Mason of Ilart wellvllle. The price pald wns flO.non and tho traet lles north of llartwellvlllo vll lage and partly in the town of Searsburg. The tlmber is hard wood with somo spruce. The helrs left nt the death of Mr. Mason n few years ngo wero threo daugh ters, Mrs. M. O. Hicks of Headsboro, Mrs. K. II. Blake of Greenlleld and Mrs. Vnn Vetchen oi New York. GUILFORD. Mrs. K. Stebblns of Fltchburg mado a brlef. vlslt nt J. Flngg's thls week. No ono seems to be much nlarmcd nbout the posslblllty of nnyone hero hav ing small pox. ulthough the lloughtona cnlled nt three dlffirent plnces In the vll lnge one nt tho homo of AVIIllam Mar tln, whose nephow has slnce been sus pended from sehool, ns thero nro many ehlldren In thls placo attending sehool who have never been vncclnated. Thero aie ns many storles alloat ns there nro doctors, nnd the diseaso is reported ns gonulno small pox, chlckon pox. etc., down to n eommon rash. Ilowever, tlmo will tell. GUILFORD CENTRE. Ilerbert Thayer of GIU wns in town last week. J. A. Clark wont Tuesday to St. Louls on a ten days' business trlp. Mrs. Chester Thurlier ls with her daughter, Mrs, J. A. Clark. Lorenzo Hnynes, who has been very IU two weoks, ls ablo to be out. Mr. and Mrs. Conrnd Mlner vlslted ln JACKSONVILLE. At the base bnll gnme at Shattuckvllle tho Whltlnghnm nlne won the gnme from the Shattuckvllle team 11-4. The lndles of the Methodlst soebty will meet with Mrs. Georgie F. Parker Wednesday afternoon, June 11. All arc invlted. Mrs. Mnrcla S. r.utterfleld and Miss Ada May Franklin are attending the annual meeting of the grand chapter, Order f Kastern Star, at Northlleld, thls state, thls week. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Tainter aml Mr an 1 Mrs. A. I. Plumb and daughter. Htuh. nll of Greenfleld, Mnss., attended the Me morlnl day exercises In town and viiel frlends here. There will be nn elocutionary re. itil at Grnnge hall next Monday eveim.g, June S, by F. A. Wells of Boston I'nlver- I sity. a gradunte of the elocutionary de , partment, with muslcal selections by local talent, asslsted by Mlss Kathenne Wnre of Wilmington, violinist. and Miss I Kllen Ware, aceompanist. This ertcr i tnlnment will bo a great treat. i Tho sehools in town have become f i- HALIFAX. The Iwirn nt the pnrsonnge hns received a coat of palnt thls week. Foriost Stetson nnd llsenr Tlrool.-s nf Greonlleht weie In town last week. Chlldren's dny exercises will be hold at tho Bnpllst ehuivh June 11 nt m.tu a. m.; Sundny hchool nt 12.20; young people's meellnc In the evenlng nt 7.30. All nre cordially Invlted. M. L. Stlckney of Itutliiml has lveen in town on business this week. We regret to lenrn of the lllness of Mrs. Snrah M. Kldder. Ilarry Wllson of Albany has been a guosl nt Mllls Brown's. Ilny Is solllng nt $20 a ton and tho in dlcatlons are that the prico will Ikj much hlgher. Mrs. Mllls Brown nnd her daughter, Huth, havo gono to Hartford for a month s vlslt. . rnlllar with the nsiml nvnrplsoQ nn the .Mrs. Hollln K. Ilnrrls has been visiting . last half day before Memorial day, and her daughter, Mrs. Arthur B. Chase, In 1 thls year the exercises were of unusual Hoadsboro this week. good quallty. ln this villago the sehools Wnrren Brlgham, ono of Mlss Leono J'ned In thelr ob-ervnnee, whlch re ltussell s liuinls at Shelburne Falls, was "cted credlt upon V .. tenchers and many her guest on Memorlul dny. o( lle puplls. At the close a processlon The county meeting of the W. C. T. L VnS roI7""' a,ml marched to the ceme oi.n,.,l ln thls, nlaee ve-.ter.inv Tii,r,i;, v er, where llowers and wreaths were V full report will 1k) presented next week. O. K. BiittortleU' went tn Bennington Tuesday to uttend county court, but no cases being rendy for trinl fle returned Wednesday. .Mrs. Klttredge llnsklns and Mrs. Gatty of Hrnttleooro drove up on Memorial c,, th nitMc. , rhii,. n lla- Tlley lrught choice llowers whlch Says the Disease was Chlcken Pox. , were ,,Iacca on tne Bnlra of romtlves. ine selectmen have ealled Dr. Canedy Walter S. Brown, who bought Frank K. Allen's stock of grocerles nnd crockcry, placed on tho soldlers' graves. " think twice. WEST HALIFAX. of Shelburne Falls. Mass.. to seo tho smnll pox patlenl. and the doctor has ealled the dlsense ihlcken pox, whlch seems to be the general oplulou of tho people here. Dr. Holton was ealled Mon day and pronounced It a caso of small pox ln very mlld form. Much liullguatlon ls expressed In regaid to the matter, ns It has been an lujury to tho business of tho town, besldes eauslng much nnxlety. A petltlon has been elreulated and signed by everyone to whbm it has been pre sented, nsklng the selectmen to securo the servlces or two eompctent doctors rrom without tho county to Investignto with somo comiK'tent doctor In tho county, nnd llud out, lf posslble, whether thero is or has been any small pox ln town. If we have been Imposed upon wo want to know It. lf not. u more strln gent iiuarantlno should bo enforccd. is llttlng up n store In the front of thet Tlnies biilldlng for thls branch of hls , business. i George K. Haynes hns lieen appolnted i alde-de-camp ou tho stuft of the na- tlonal commnnder ol the Grand Army. Mr. Hnynes lntcnds to go to San Fran cisco In August to attend the nationnl en campment. Hev. Mr. Foshay preached hls faro well discourse on Sunday mornlng at the Baptlst church. A large audlenco was present and nll unlte in wishlng Mr. and Mrs. Foshay happlness nnd prosperlty in thelr new tleld of labor, Forest lires uro raglng on tho moun talns and the alr has been denso wlth smoko for several days. The nlarm ot llro wns soundcd shortly nfter noon on Tuesday and we soon learned that our nclghbors nt Jacksonville were in soro Hon. J. I,. Martln of Brattleboro was ! need of asslstanco in llghtlng tho flres ln the speaker on Memorial day. and ho that lllage. A large number of icrsons guve nn excellent patrlotlc address, whlch was llstened to with the giv.itest atten- CONTINUE Thoso who nro Kalnlntr f losh and strongth by rogular treat ment wlth Scott's Emulsion should contlnuo. the treatmont In hot weather; smaller doso and a little cool mllk wlth It will do away wlth any oblectlon whlch Is attached tofatty pro duots durlne the heated season. Send for free samnle. SCOTT & BOWNE, ChemUts, 409-415 l'earl Street, New York. 50c. and f 1.0a all druggbu. quickly respouded nnd the engino wns drawn ilown by four horses. Tho tlro was under control prnctlcally when tho machlno nrrlvcd but lt sen'ed good pur pose In drownlng out the rulns of tho sev eral bulldlngs. We aro certainly sorry for I the villaga In their great mlsfortuno I nnd trust that tho bulldlngs will be re j built ln the courso of time. MARLBORO. Mlss Nellle Protity was in town Satur day H. Whltnoy Shaw spent Saturdny nnd Sundny nt home. Hoy Jj, Adams of Vernon spent Sun day with his parents. Samuel Wlnchister nnd fnmlly return ed to thelr homo In Holyoko on Monday, Pre-memorlal exercises were held ln all the sehools, and tho graves of soldlers were decorated, It Will Repay Citizens of Brattleboro to Follow This Citizen's Advice. That good old adago "Think twice and act once" Is brought to mind when ono reads the followlng account of tho ex perlenco of n Brattleboro eltlzen. Mrs. Whitney made n publlc statement 011 the subjeet years ago, and at thls tlmo re peats her former tostlmony wlth renewed emphasls, Mrs. E. E. Whitney, professlonal nurse, of IS Green Street, snys: "When llvlng at No. 2 Church Street. in the wlnter of 1S07, I had been annoyed for years with attaeks of paln ln tho small of my back and other symptoms of elther weakened or overexclted kidneys, when nn adver tisement nbout Doan's Kldney rills in duced mo to go to Greeno's drug store for a box. If tho treatmont had ndt pro duced mnrked results I never would have bought a seeond, nor contlnued untll I used several, I mado thesa facts known to resldenls of Brattleboro nt tho time, nnd now, over flvo years from that date, I Just as emphatlcally recommend tho sntno mcans employed to gct rellof as I dld when It flrst camo to my notlce." For salo by nll dealers. Trico 50 cents por box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N, Y., solo nBonts for the Unlted Statos. nomember tho name DOAN'S and tako no other, Sold ln Brattleboro by Geo. E. Greene, drugglst.