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THE VERMONT PHGEJSTIX, BRATTLEBORO, ER1DAY, OOTOBER 9, 1903.
THE PUTNEY COLUMN Mi - II. U. I'lcrco ls spending tho week u vi :ie. Dr Vcr II. Kddy wns ln town n few i h thls weck. II. V j. Melealf's fatWr returned to 1 st jii Tuesday. Tiit Stowell fnclory lms been run cven i - slnce londny, 11' C, U. Huywurd wns ln Ludlow i tirst of this week. "i ir aulneen lms begun work for 1 rmnn K. 10. lllooil. Mrs .1 P. Wnshburn went lo Rnn li i h Monday on n buslness trlp. j'llon nnil lsubel Crawforil are spend i j a few days wlth Mrs. Wnshburn. Mr C. 13. Urltton wlll hitvo hcr mll iT ipenlng ne'xt Tuesday nnil Weil diij' lbv. aml Mrs. V. L. Metealf attended i hnrv .st supper ln Brookline Tuesday neiilng. (ieorge Patterson of liullnn Rlvcr, Mirh.. Is vlsltlng hls mother, Mrs, Kllon I" itterson. Mlss Kthel Wheelock spent Sundnv w'fii her atmt, Mrs. G. A. l.lttletlelil, on 1 c r way home. Mrs. Whltney of lirooklyn was wlth Mlss Holen Itobertson Thursday nnil Frl il iv of last weck. I'eorge T. Aplln nnd W. K. IMcrce found Li pounds of honey ln one tree Monday whlle chopplng. riyde and Allce Williams of Xorth S? irliiKfleld, thls state, nre vlsltlng at M G. Wllllnms's. Mr and Mrs. Justin II. Wheelcr havo mned Into the liouse whlch tliey re lently bought of Mrs. Samuel Knlftht. Mr and Mrs. W. H. Llttletleld of l.w.n, Mass., nre spending a few days -wlth Mr. Llttlefleld's brother, G. A. Llt tleHehl. I'ntll further notlco thcre wlll bo no pronchlng servlce ln the Haptlst church c-venlngs. The other servlees wlll be held ii u.unl Mrs. Dorr Clough wns ln I'nlon Villaee last week, vlsltlng Mrs. J. D. IJeeman, who returned wlth her for a vlslt of a few weeks. Theie wlll be a supper ln tho Baptlst church next Wednesday evenlng, for whlch a small charge wlll be mado. The pjbllc is Invltcd. Uev. C. E. llnyward gavo an address 3ii " Instltutlonal methods for the . ojntry church " at the Unlon conference ln Ludlow Tuesday. Mrs. II. I'. Farr, W. S. Adams and Mlss .Il-'len Uobertson attended the concert by the Suzanne Adams Concert company ln Brattleboro Wednesday evenlng. Mrs. E. II. Perklns wlll entertaln the chlldrcn who took part ln the festlval, last sprlng, at the parsonage, toraorrow afternoon from 2 to 3 o'clock. A. W. J. Wllkins, admlnlstrator, has pild the Elvlra Fullcr place to Mr. Wheelcr, who occuples the house across the road from the Fuller place. The annual meetlng of the Putney Creamery nssoclatlon, whlch was to have been held Oct. 1, was postponed to Oct. 15. A large nttendance ls hoped for. A hnrd wood floor ls belng lald ln the town hall bulldlng, addlng one rnore to the long 11st of needed Improvements made ln thnt bulldlng the past summer, lt wlll be nppreciated. Putney peoplo who attended the Knlghts Templar fleld day at Claremont Wednesday were Dr. and Mrs. G. S. Fos ter. Mr. and Mrs. II. G. Everleth, Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Balley and Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Whltman. . The new boller for the Stowell com pany's fnictory was unloaded at the rall road statlon Tuesday and was drawn to the vlllago by slx horses Wednesday. lt welghs 10 tons. C. W. Adams superln tended the work. Uev. Joel A. Steele, pastor of the Meth odlst church ln thls place about 20 years ago, dled Sept. 29 at the home of hls son, E. D. Steele, ln New I.ondon. Conn. Mr. Steele wns ln the minlstry 50 years, re tlrlng on nccount of 111 health. He had llved ln and around St. Johnsbury the past ten years. He marrled Mlss Helen Dougherty of Calais, Malne, ln 1S33. They were the parents of four chlldren E. D. Steele, of the flrm of Steele. Taplln & Co. ln New London; Charles, manager of the Swlft Beef company s branch ln St. Johnsbury; Cnrollne who llves ln St. Johnsbury, and Josephlne, who untll her death n few years ago was a popular tcacher ln tho unlon school ln st. Jonns bury. Tho body was taken to St. Johns bury for burlal. ATHENS. Mrs. AV. B. Glynn nnd son vlslted at C V. Willis's last week. Moses Knlght nnd daughter of DrewS' vllle, N. II. , spent Sunday at E. N. Gla zler's. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Ball were ln Keene the flrst of the week to attend the wed dlng of thelr nlece. Mr. Howard and daughter, recent guests at C. II. Dunham's, returned to thelr home ln washington, D. C, Oct. 1 Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Pltkln nnd Mlss Jessie Ball of South Acworth. N. II.. vls Ited relatlves here Tuesday and Wednes day. Mrs. Dlcklnson, who vlslted at H. L. Carr's and called on old frlends here, returned to her home ln Chittenden Thursday. The nuarterly buslness meetlng of the Chrlstlan Endeavor swlety was held at the home of the president, Guy Powers Frlday evenlng. VERNON. Bev. It. K. Marvln wlll preach ln the Unlon church Sunday at 2.00 p. m. Elder L. D. Buro of North Adams wlll preach In the chapel Sunday at u a. m Marcla Beers of Northampton vlslted her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Beers, last week. ' Mrs. Cella Howe and son. Warren M llowe, of Greenfleld, icalled on relatlves and frlends last week. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Flrman of Fltch- burg recently vlslted thelr nunt, Mrs, k D, Ferrls, and uncle, S. S. Plke. Mr. and Mrs. George AVarner of Lynn Mass,, are spenillng a week wlth Mr. Warner's slster, Mrs. I. J. uurrows. Mr. nnd Mrs. Herbert Boyd of Wllming ton vlslted In town last week. Mrs. Boyd was recently Mlss Mabel Whltney of thls town. Mlss Inez Akley. a student In'tho West fleld Normnl school, spent a few days last week wlth her parents at Woodlawn Fnrm. Ernest G, Hubbard and n frlend, Mr. Whltmore, from Merlden, Conn., spent a few days last weck wlth hls parents, Mr, and Mrs. G. II. liubaru. The ladles' circle wlll mcet on nex Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs W, A. Squlres. An excellent supper wlll be served at the usual hour. Mlss Clarlssa Iteed went to Boston las week to take the place of one of the teachers for a short tlme In the Berke ley street school of Domestlc Sclence nnd Art. In the butter test at the Valley Fal Messrs. Akley and Dunkleo of thls town ngaln wcored n victory nnd won all the premlums. ln the slx cow test the record wis 12 (11-lOOths jiounds of butter In hours by Mr. Akley's cows, whlch. not a record breaker, ls among tho hlgh ist tests ever known in the country. C. E. 13nv!s has moved Iils meal an fced storehouso to tho bulldlng lot re cently bought by him of tho E. M. Ilenrd estate, where he has the foundatlou lald for a new liouse whlch wlll be a llno structure. tho uprlght part two storles, y by 28 fcet, wlth veranda nnd bay wlndow. It wlll be an addltlonal Im provement on tho east road. S. C. T. Todd, general sollcltor of StnniTnril nil fnmnntivv la vrilil tn rene tho e salary and commisslons, $250,000 a year ETO INSPE0T0R JORDAN ORIPPLED WITH INFLAMMATOEY EHEUMATISM. A Clty omrlul of Lynn, Mass.. Telli How llo wns Cnrcil by Dr. Wllllniiii' l'lnli rui. Tlicro ls scnrccly a cityor villnco from tho Atlnutic to tho Pnciflo whicli luia not itH nuotu of rbuumntio cripplus. Thnt much of tlicir nufTeriiig utid ln coitvenienco is uniiece.ssnry ih provuu by tlio fnct thnt u spociuo lms bcon foiiinl for rhcuiniitisin iu all ItH fortns, u rwn otly that ian oured extremcly ntubborn cnses. Tliostatcinciit or a recent uuro sliould givo ciicourngemeut to tbu niost hopeless sulferer. Oliurlos F. Jordnu, of No. 7 New Oliutbnni strcut, Lynn, Mnss., insixjctor of sewer construotioii iu thnt city for mniiy ycar.s, wus for u long timonfliictcd with iiiflainnuitory rhouniatisin in hU fcet, whicli nindo hiin unnblo to wulk. " lt is hnrdly nocossnrv to sav tbntinv coiidltiou was extruinuly painful," ho says. " Tho rlmuniiitisni scttlud iu tho jouits nnd madu mo helpluss so fnr na wallcniL' wns concorned. Tho skm imj- cnmo vury tundurniidsoronnd I sufforod nBouius overy tinm I lmd un uttuck. " iMy sistor-iii-uiw ntlvised mo to trv Dr. Williiuns Piak Pills for Palo Pooplo nnd I took thont with tho best rcsults. Thoy nlso lmd a bunoftcial offoct upou my genernl htnlth. I niik'lit ndd thnt niy daughtor-in-lnw is tnking this rcm edy for pnrnly.sis of tho fnco nnd finds thnt tho pills nro hulping hor grontly." RliQUinatism lms boun troated in widely differont wnys evon in quito ro ccut tiines and iguornnt Ruporstition lins funiishcd niany so-called " cliarnis " to wnrd off the diseaso. Must peoplo now know thnt to curo rheunmtisin lt must bo treatod through tho blood nnd to pre vont tho diseaso tho blood must bo kept puro. Exterual npplicntioiis such ns oils and liuiments, wlnlo thoy nmy roliovo and sootho tho pain, have no moropowor to pennuuently curo rheunmtisin tlrnn a horse-chcstuut carried iu tho ockot hos to preveut it. Dr. Williams'Pink Pills for Pnlo People hnvo n poworful offect in combntiug tho poisous iu the blood whicn causo rneu niatism. This is tho sccrot of the miraculous succoss of theso pills in curing inauy sovero disorders of tho blood and uerves wlncn do not yiem to onttnary modicines. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Palo Peoplo may bo obtained at all drug gists, or direct from Dr. Williains Med icino Company, Scbonectady, N.Y., llfty ceuts per boi; six boxos for two dollars nnd flfty ceuts. CHESTERFIELD. N. H. Weddlng bells are peallng loudly round our s(ftlon. Deputy Sherlff W. II. Butler is attend- Ing to court dutles thls wecK. Gladys L. Butler has been visltlng sev- ral days ln Worcester, Mnss. Lawreneo Butler wlll move soon to Illnsdale to work In the edge tool shop. Bert Davls and F. O. Day have start- d thelr clder mlll and now have It In full operatlon. Mr. and Mrs. Melvln G. Harvey have returned from a week's hunting trlp in iVmherst, Mass. Ilev. Mark Tlsdnlc of Contoocook was the guest of hls father-ln-law, J. C. Hubbard, last week. Charles Winn and famlly wlll soon vacate the I3r. Bowen farm, whlch they have carrUil on the last two years. Edwanl Harvey and famlly have moved to Hlnsd.ile, where Mr. Harvey has a pos-Itlon In A. W. Bllss's meat market. Mrs. Kllen Puffer spent a few days with her daughter, Mrs. Brown, In Troy, white her husband was attendlng court. W. Hlldreth of Mllford, Mass., has been revlsltlng the scenes of hls early days, coming here for the llrst tlme ln 12 years. Normnn G. Colburn and Charles L. Puffer were drawn as grand and petlt juors to represent the town at the ses slon of the county court whlch opcned in Keene thls week. Our town was almost wholly desertcd .the last day of the Valley Fair In Brat tleboro, lt all towns nnd oeen ns weu represented accordlng to populatlon there would have been standlng room only. lt ls reported that the hotel ls to be repalred and kept open thls wlnter. We hope thls is true as It has been Impossl blo for a stranger or any one else to llnd a place to stay In over nlght during the past three years, wlthout encroach Ing upon prlvate familles. Much rredlt ls due to Selectman Thatcher for tho way ln whlch he has icaused one of the old landmarks to be cle.med nnil put ln a more respectable condltlon. There ls a law whlch says that all old cemeterles shall be kept well cleaned nnd repalred, and we are glad to see one at least begin to see that tne law ls carried into effect. WEST CHESTERFIELD, N. H. N, G. Colburn has been ln Keene this week to serve ns petlt juror at the Octo her term of court. The correspondent recelved a few days ago from Southampton a box of llne strawberrles whlch were picked Oct. Ist. The personal property of Frank L. Houghton, whlch wns sold by auctlon last Saturday, brought good prices gen- erally. Mr. and Mrs. Edwln Phelps of South- ampton, Mass., attended tho Valley Fair last week, and spent a few days wlth Mr. Phelps's slster, Mrs. II. G, Smith. The funeral of Alonzo P. nichardson was held at tho house Frlday mornlng at W o'clock, Uev. C. E. Hayward of- tlclatlng. Walter Shelley or I'utnoy sang, Tlie ouriai was in tne esi cem- etery. alr, nichardson is surviveu ny hls wlfe and four chlldren. For the good of the order the women ln the loeal Grange wlll begln a serles of sewlng meetlngs. Tho flrst wlll bo held at thelr rooms In tho hall Thurs day afternoon, Oct. 15, where plenty of work wlll be reauy. wvery urange woman Is expected to be present early In the afternoon. FELCHVILLE. Slr. Durunt of South Ueadlng was thrown from a load of oats recently, breaklng hls arm. Montford Wllklns broko both bones In one leg, Just abovo the ankle, whlle trylng to unload a barrel of flour last week. A rural free dcllvery route, startlng from thls vlllago and golng through tho jiorthern part of Ueadlng and tho wcst ern part of West Windsor, was estab lished Oct. 1st. The dlstance covered each day by the carrler ls about 23 mlles, Beanths lha Kind YouHaveAjways 6os0tf O V. J3 I" O XX X J- Bear. tho Kind You Have Always OA0TOHIA, Bear. the Tho Klnd You Ha9 Always UNABL WL HINSDALE, N. H. Mlss Bessle Mnson ls among frlends ln Malden, Mass. George M. Oaks was ln ltnndolph, Vt., over Sunday. Mrs. George N. Smlth Is vlsltlng ln West Swnnzoy, Josoph Nlms and daughter of Sulllvnn vlslted In town last weck, Mlss Llzzle Itobertson ls cntertnlnlng Mlss Ella Steves of Boston. Mrs. Susle P. Stebblns vlslted wlth her nunt In Boston last week. John Taylor of Iyiwell, Mnss., was wltb hls mother over Sunday. Mlss Thwlng of l'uttiey, Vt., ls wlth Mrs. C. M. Cook for an uullmlted stay. A. L. Taylor brought bafk two deer from the Malno woods Monday evenlng. t.orenzo Ilergeron Is at hls home here. Ile has been employed In Washington re cently. A ten-lnch sewer has been lald from Hancock street to tho one on Maln street. Mr. nnd Mrs. E. C. Cooper of Lebanon made brlcf calls on Illnsdale frlends Frlday. Mlss Edith Hall has been vlsltlng hcr uucle, Prof. F, A. Jlason, In Peterboro a few days. Mlss Gertrude Goss entortnlned her cousln, Jlrs. E. Dodge of Wells Ulver, Vt., last week. Hugh Sanderson has gone to Water bury, Conn., where he has obtained work as a' clcrk. Mr. and Mrs. C. Moran of Franklin r'alls were recent vlsltors of hls slster, Mrs. C. Bergeron. The I3ot Carroll company wlll glve an enlertalnment at the opera house Thurs day evenlng, Oct. 15. Percy Felch Is nurslng a sore flnger, the result of lts too close connection wlth a clrcular saw last week. Mlss Llzzle Purccll has returned to her homc here nfter a stay of slx months ln Turners Fnlls. Mr. and Mrs. George Lavole and Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred lavole of Holyoko re cently vlslted N. F. Lavole. 13a n Hoberts of Salem, Mass., was a recent vlsltor wlth hls nunt, Mrs. H. C. Holland at Hotel Ahuo1ot. Mrs. J. H. Frost of Vernon and Mlss Marcla Beers of Northampton vlslted relatlves ln town Wednesday. Uev. and Mrs. C. A. Iteed were called to Cambridge, Mass., last week by the death of Mrs. Itecd's father. Mlss Mellssa Howard returned Tues day from a few days' vlslt In Greenileld, Farley and Ashbumham, Mass. ('. E. Snow nnd famlly of Wlnchendon. Mass., have been visltlng relatlves and calllng on old frlends here a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Ieon Drlnkwino vlslted thelr son, Uev. B. D. Bolvln, in Annls iiunni, Mass., from Sunday untll Tues day. .Mrs. F. It. Bean and Mlss F. V. God dard attended the annual state conven tlon of the W. C. T. V. at Dover thls week. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Detour have bocn maklng a two weeks' vlslt wlth thelr daughter, Mrs. Bergeron, In Brockton, Mass. James L. D.ivenport, deputy commls sloner of penslons ln Washington, has been the guest of Mrs. Julla Davenport a few days. Jlrs. J. C. Martelle of Turners Fnlls and Mrs. J. A. Ltonard of Ludlow, Vt., were entertained by Mrs. Maurlce Pur cell last week. Mrs. E. L. Itoblnson left Tuesday for her homo ln St. Iyiuis after spending the summer wlth her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. S Leach. Mrs. C. 11. Weed recelved Injurles to her knee by slipplng Into a hole ln tho sldewalk whlle comlng down from the rullroad statlon last evenlng. The Northenders playcd the vlllage boys ln a game of baselMll at Hlverslde park Saturday llnlshlng up wlth a score of U to S In favor of the former. F. W. Balley of Sedalla, Mo., has Jolned hls famlly at the home of hls parents on Ulver street. After a three weeks' vlslt hls famlly wlll return with him. Domlnlck Uoy wlll open a barber shop soon In the room formerly occupled by Domlnlck Bcllevllle. Jr. Mr. Uoy has been omployed In Mlllers Falls a yoar or more. The annual meetlng of the W. C. T. U. wlll be held wlth Mrs. Lorenzo Stebblns Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Olllcers wlll be elected and reports made. All members are urged to be present. All who nre Interested ln provldlng tubles, chalrs, crockery, etc, for the town hall dlnlng room aro reuuested to meet at tho selnctmen's room ln the town bulldlng Saturday evenlng, Oct. 10, at 7.30. Belng unable to pay J13.IC whlch was the amount of llne nnu 'costs imposeu unon Wllllam Clancey after ho had pleaded gullty in tho pollce court Frl day to the charge of intoxlcatlon, he was sent to the county jall at Keene. Gorton's minstrels nppeared bcfore a medlum-slzcd audlence at the opera house Wednesday evenlng, glvlng an exceptlon nlly good entertalnment of lts klnd. Flne muslc and specialtles or hlgh order were among tho attractlons. The local Jokcs wero good naturedly recelved and lov ers of mlnstrelsy had an evenlng of en- Joyment. Thomas Cunnlngham, ndjudgcd lnsane was taken to the Brattleboro Uetreat Wednesday. Hls physical condltlon was such that he had to be conveyed on a eot bed, Mr. Cunnlngham Is a natlve of Illnsdale and hls character has always been nbove reproach. IIo has been n great student nnd possessed n llne II brary. At one tlme he was a mall agent runnlng on n traln ln Vermont. ASHUELOT, N. H. The plno tlmber on the Noah Perry place ln Ulchmond, owned by John P, Holbrook was sold at auctlon last Sat urday to Frank Amldon for $20,000. Of Alaska's shlpments to tho Unlted States but 23 per cent. ln value Is gold. The value of canncd salmon alone ls js, 400,000, or $1,000,000 more thnn Mr. Seward, as secretary of state, pald for the coun try. How and Why Cal-Cura Solvent, Cures Blood and urinary uiseases. It is n wonderful discovery, Dr. Kennedy's marllMno 41mf. Rwiftlv rnmovea Rtono. uun iuimvm.u J . I Ited nud Yhito Gravel, from tho Kidueys nnd Bladdor.avoidiugtho iutenso BUffering v..l.mn,! Imt tlinsn fomiifn liodics. and ofton rendering a dangorous surgical oper- Mll.I- 1 .1 1 41. ntlou vranccessnry, auis uuuo uy mu iuio of tho new discovery, Ual-cura hoivent. Tlin (frentest work of Cnl-curn Solvont. ta l, nt lk nrnvents tho formation of stono nud aravol by dissolving urio ncid phos- phntio sedimcnts, thus punfying the blood nud corrcctiug all tlaoso urio ncid condL tions of the stomaeh which nro rospousiblo tnr 41iq fnrtnntinn nf llrin acid Or QOut l)oi- soninir and rheurantism. Oalcura Solveut expela gall stones, giving n healthy actiou tnilm lii.pi.nnfl fremlntn f rom e.onstination. Dr. David Keunedy uaid of it: "Cnl-cura Solvent is tho outcomo of my long experi cnco ns n phj-Biciun nnd Burgeon, nnd I consider this tho crowning nchioveuieut of Ufrt Tf will iinf SfllllVint.,, Send'to tho Oal-cura Company, Dr. Ken- . - . ... r 1 . nedy Ilow, lionuout, n. x., iorireoBumpio bottle of Dr. Kennedy'a new mediciuo, ual-cura DOivem. WONDERFUL IS THE WQRD WILMINGTON. Mrs. Julla Clark Boyd, Mrs. Julla Clnrk Boyd, wldow of tho ate Arvlne Boyd, dled nt the resldenco her son, Henry E. Boyd on Saturday. ct. 4, and wns burled therefrom on Slon- ny, tho 0th, Ilev. E. 13. Wells olllclatlng. Mrs. Boyd was born In Guilford, N. Y., n Mnrch .11, 1S07, and wns thus M years f age, laHt March tho oldcst woman ln own and wlth the exceptlon of A. M Blssell, the oldest person. Hcr malden name was Clark and sho was a relatlve Dr. Ailnm Clark. author of the celc- brated commcntarles. Sho was marrled to Mr, Arvlne Boyd Feb. 15, lsmi, and had llved In Wilmington the greater part of tho tlme slnce that date. .Mr. Boyd dled eb. 2J, IMifi. The followlng .chlldren wero born of the unlon: Atnella Ann, llannah ciarK a., Juua L., Aihert U., and Ienry E. Of thls number all are llvlng wlth the exceptlon of Albert U., who lled nt the age of four years, and Clark wiiu uieti iii ine iiKe ui .j. .Mrs, i noyu nnu one sisiier, wno llved to the dvanced age of !).). Mrs. Boyd was a woman of rare worth and her memorv III be foiully eherlshcd by a largo num ber of relatlves and frlends. Siie was thorouglily devoled to her famlly and was a klnd nelgbbor and frlend. Com- ng from good Methodlst stock, sho al ways took great Interest In thnt denom- natlon and was a falthful nnd conslst- ont member of the local church soolety Ile luterment was ln the nelghborhood cemetery. II. W. Stearns has been ln town thls i eck. A. I.. Chllds ls In Boston wlth hls broth- ; er, Fred. nnd wlll be nbsent for a week 1 or more. I At the recular meetlng of Sorlnl lodge. ' No. Zk, on Tuesday evenlng, the second I egree was conferred. Orrln It. Buell has been in Shelburne nlls, Charlemont, lteadsboro and other laces thls week on buslness. Tlie famlly of James McDonald has re turned to town nnd wlll occupy M. I... Burr's house on West Maln street. large number of the Grangers nt- ended the fair and festlval at Jackson- llle on Tuesday evenlng nnd report a ery plensaut tlme. Manly I. Ilurr Is In New York and lirooklyn thls week. Ho wlll lie absent hree or four weeks and wlll vlslt Bos ton nnd other places before he returns. W. M. Vogel ls dolng a llne plece of work on the road near hls resldence by puttlng In a substantlnl wall. The pas- ure land wlll be graded and made Into a meadow. The regular Grand Army meetlng held t the hall on Saturday wns more thnn sually Interestlng from the fact that Comr.ules Hnynes aml Ames gavo a very full and Interestlng account of thelr trlp to Cnllfornla. The late I'crcy Comstock had a pollcy f llfo lnsurance In tho Equltnble for JjOoO. Mr. Comstock dled on Monday, the lst. 1'roofs of death were forwarded to he company on the 23th and tlie check for the nmount was recelved by Orrln U. Buell, agent. on the 30th, nnd the money pald to the wldow. Ilev. A. C. Fleld. formerly of thls own. dled Sunday ln Uutlnml. He had been In poor health several years. but was conllned to hls bed only a short tline. It is thought that hls heart was affeeted by a fall on Frlday. He not only lllled pastorates In Wilmington, but In East Arlington nnd Hinesburg. Ie Is survlved by a wife. two daugh- ters and three sons. Fred A. Flagg of Troy. N. Y., ac- -ompanlcd by the celcbrated Dr. Quln- tard of New York cltv wns in town thls week lor a short vlslt. Dr. Qulntard Is he regular physlclan attendlng John 11. l.igg, who has been almost helpless for the past three years. We are plensed to earn from the doctor that Mr. Flagg has mproved somewhat of late and great hopes are entertained that he may re- cover iu a degree from hls dlstresslng illmf nts. The cnmmittee nppolnted to have ln charge the securlng of attractlons for the ecture cnurse and to sell tlckots have worked dlllgently In the dlscharge of tnelr dutles and are pleased tu report as follows: Oct. 29. Cocella String Qunr tet ind reader; Nov. 10 or 12, lllutrated ecture, "Uen Hur": Nov. 21, lecture, Hon. G. A. Genrhart; Dec. 7, Iitus Glee club and reader, Dec. 10, Allce C.iry concert company. A good number of sea son tlckets have been sold nnd every- tblng promlses a successful course. WHITINGHAM. Mnny are contlned at home bv scvere colds. We nre to have a new blacksmlth ln town. Mrs. Fowler has moved to her new home. Ada May Faulkner was In town Wed nesday. J. W. Sawyer returned last week from South Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Chase and baby spent Sunday at 11. A. Wheelcr s. Mrs. Copeland of Adams has been vlslt lng her mother, Mrs. Wells Ford. A. Chase has , been III thls week. Wlll Welch was wlth him Monday nlght. Mrs. S. A. Whceler has been 111 a part of the tlme slnce her return from the West. Mr. Murdock has returned to hls home ln Chlcago, nfter a few days' vlslt wlth hls father. C. S. Chase and Wlll Canedy went to Dorset Monday afternoon, returnlng ednesday. Mrs. Hatch has returned home nfter nn extended vlslt wlth relatlves ln thls part or tne town. Mrs. Wllllam Sprague has stored her household goods and wlll vlslt her daugh tcr In Attleboro, Mass. Mrs. C. S. Chase ls Improvlng slowly, nnd her nurse, Mlss Annle Mosslp. re turned to North Adams Saturday after noon. Chrlstlno Murdock, Eva Swlft nnd Ituth nnd Gertrude Wheeler went to Uowe Sunday to vlslt thelr aunt, Mrs. Mary Uallou. Work Is progresslng on tho new stenm mlll, and the owners hope to have lt up nnd covered In a short tlme. Ono boller already has been set. Mrs. II. B. Wlng and Mlss Eva Swlft were In town Frlday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Murdock. Mrs. Wlng returned Saturday nfternoon, nnd Mlss Swlft Mon day mornlng. Wells Ford's barn and all lts contonts, Includlng three cows, was burned Frlday nlght. Mr. Ford has been pronounced lnsane, and F. E. Davls took him to tho Brattleboro Uetreat Wednesday after noon. SOUTH VERNON. Mlss Emma Shepardson Is vlsltlng at E. Waldron s. L. Leslie Tyler vlslted In Sprlngfleld, Mnss., thls week. Clarcnce Beers and hls slster vlslted in Bindge, N. 1I last week. A. A. Dunklee notted $33 per acre from hls three acres of sweet corn, Mlss Marcla Beers ls nt home from Northampton for n vlslt of a few days. Mrs. George Allls nnd daughter of Northampton have vlslted n week at F. W. Johnson's, Mrs, Joseph AVoodward has gone to Wllbraham, Mass,, for a vlslt of two weeks with her parents, Benjamln Wndo of thls placo nnd Mlss Bertha Wlnnns of Sprlngfleld, Mnss., wero marrled Oct. 7 nt the home of the brlde on Orleans street In Sprlngfleld. Both young people are well known here. Tho lntenso lovo of the Flllplnos for muslc Is notnbly shown ln thelr funernls, thelr homo entertalnments, nnd In thelr theatres, Tho Flllplno volco ls small nnd thln, but lt makes up the deflelency In shrlllness, To Conservative Investors Five per cent. mortgages, well secured, and made by good borrowers can be depended upon for the interest as well as for the principal when due. On the other hand, six per cent. mortgages are at this time be ing made only upon questionable security or the borrowers are in poor credit. Therefore, in our opinion, five per cent. mortgages are most decidedly to be preferred to six per cent. mortgages because they are Surer as to interest, Safer as to principal Send forour last list of loans. VERMONT L0AN & TRUST COMPANY., F. B. PUTNAM, Gen. Agt. Brattleboro, Vt NORTHFIELD, MASS. Uev. F.iy Smith has gone to Saranac for rest and recuperatlon. He has lately burled hls father and Is very much de presscd. The eleven months old chlld of Mr. and Mrs. J.imes Uroderlck of this place fell from the bed on Saturday nlght and re celved such sewre Injurles that he dled the followlng mornlng. The funeral was held on Monday. Northfield Chapter, No. S2, at lts regu lar meetlng on Wednesday evenlng ln Itlated two candldates. Befrchments were served nt the close of the meetlng nnd n soclal hour was enjoyed by the memliers. There was n large attendanco and great Interest seems to prevall. Next Tuesday evenlng the Lndles Ald wlll hold a harvest supH?r from slx to elght o'clock nnd at the close of thls the Sons of Veterans wlll have a dance from to 2 o'clock. The muslc wlll be fur- nlshed by Bryant's orchestra of Orange, who wlll glve a concert boforo the dance. Thls affalr ls arranged to dedlcato tho Sons of Veterans hall whlch has been re palred nnil made one of the best ln thls sictlon. The Sons of Vetfrans held a camp tlre on Tuesday evenlng whlch was attended by the Grand Army organlzatlons and a few Invlted guests. Speeches were made , by 1'ast Dlvlsion Commander Arthur A. Smlth of Colraln and by Uev. Chas. M. Crooks, dlvlsion chaplaln Sons of Veter- ans. nnd the followlng Northfield people; Davld A. Ball, John A. Fisher, Joseph A. Williams, Geo. Fleld and James Cum mings. A banqtiet was served and dur- ' Ing the evenlng a llne musltal program was renilered by Wallace Holton nnd Mrs. Canterbury. JAMAICA. Mrs. E. U. I'lerce returned from Lud low Wednesday. The ladles' ald soclety met Thursday at the Baptlst vestry. The ladles' Industrlal soclety met Wed nesday wlth Mrs. J. C. Itoblnson. There wlll be a book soclal thls (Frl day) evenlng at the Baptlst vestry. Mrs. Marcla Morton come to Mrs. Bet sey IJoynton's Saturday for a vlslt. George M. Do.ine ls bulldlng an addl tlnn to hls house to make room for sum mer boarder". The funeral of Mrs. I,orlnda Bloker was held at the Baptlst chunch Sept. 30, Uev. E. McEwen otllclatlng. Major and Mrs. W. H. H. Holton of New York clty were guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Taynton last Sunday. There wlll be preachlng servlees at the Baptlst church every evenlng next week. Uev. Mr. Llngley of South Newfane wlll asslst the pastor. Mr. and Mrs. John Flsh camo to E. G. I'lerce's last week from Illlnols, and Mrs. Herce went with them to Ludlow to at tend the funeral of Mrs. Fred Flsh. There was a good attendance at the W. C, T. V. meetlng Wednesday. Mrs. J. C. Itoblnson had charge of the program, whlch was a helpful one. Mlss Mabel Sage and Mrs. Nettle Torrey were chosen delogntea to the state ponvontlon at Woodstock, and Mrs. Itoblnson nnd Mrs. Amsden nre the nlternates. Mrs. Zerna Curtls entertained a small party last Thursday, whlch wlth her self represented four generatlons, her daughter, Mrs. Jonnle Curtls Allen of Jamaica, Vt., Mrs. Ollvo Allen Grlesback of Montngue, her grnnddaughter, and Lu cylo K. Grlesback, her great-granddaugh-ter, who ls two months old. A plcture of the group was taken by Mr, Scott. Mll lers Falls Item ln Sprlngtleld Bcpubllean. SOUTH LONDONDERRY. Mrs. Abblo Babbltt ls vlsltlng In Wor cester, Mass. Unlon protracted meetlngs are belng held in the vnrlous dlstrlcts in town thls week. Uev. Mr, Lamb of Bondville exchanged wlth Uev. Mr, Coburn of thls place last Sunday. The Methodlst ladles' ald soclety held a soclal with Mrs. IC. F. Hewes on Wed nesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Converse returned to thelr home ln Malden, Mnss., on Tues day after spending several weeks here. Mrs. L. K. Barrus returned to her home In Wlnchendon, Mass,, on Thurs day. She was accompanled by her father, Wm. A. Albee, who wlll spend the wln ter wlth her. Company E, 5th Vermont neglmen held thelr annual reunlon ln this place on Tuesday, After a buslness meetlng nnd reunlon nt Grand Army hall they re palred to the town hall for dlnner nnd exerclses ln the nfternoon. There wero songs by a quartet composed of Johnson Brothers, Mary Plerce and May Allen, wlth Hallle Thompson ns organlst, n recltntlon by F. A. ltugg and speeches by several of the comrades, maklng a pleas nnt entertalnment. Dralnlng the Zuyder Zee. An Interestlng nccount Is glven ln tho October McClure's of nn englneerlng pro Ject second only In magnltude and Impor tnnce to the Isthmlan canal; to wit, the stupendous undertaklng Qt the Dutch government to draln the lnrgor part of tho Zuyder Zee, convert the rest of It Into a grent fresh-water lake, and re clnini from tho sea a plece of land cqual to one-fourteenth the present nrea ot Holland. Though the work, whlch has hnrdly begun, wlll extend over some thlrty-three years, each stnge of lt has been plotted nnd the cost estlmated by the Dutch englneers, wlth the utmost oxnctness nnd thoroughness, After Baby Comes there is nourishment for both convales cent mother and nursing child in V " TMOE MARK. It is an already digested food easily retained by the most delicate stomaeh. It restores health and strength-supplies the nutriment needed-builds flesh and tissue. A real malt extract-not an intoxicant; contains less than 2 of alcohol. All druggists sell it. Prepared by the Anheuser-Busch BrewingAss'n St. louis, O. S. A. ABSGME SECURITY. Cenuine Carter's Little Liver Pills. Must Boar Signaturo of I See FaoSImlle Wrappcr Below. Terjr mall and as ouy to take as aagar. FOR HEADACHE. FOR DIUINESS. FOR BIU0USNESS. FOR T0RPID LIVER'. FOR C0NSTIPATI0H. FOR SALL0W SKIN. FOR THECOMPLEXION , , orafuirvis musthavi uomatu.c. 2S CURE SICK HEADACHE. HEAVY TRUCKING MOVING SAFES, BOILERS, And all Heavy Work A Speclalty. A Modern Furniture"Van nddcd to my former equipmcnt cnubles me to gunrantee, satifHction in moving Household Goods and Pianos. HAY, STRAW, GRAIN N D FEEDS OF ALL KINDS kept constantly on)linnd. H.O RSES FOR SALE For Bnift, Coach, Fnrm nnd Fnmily uses. G. E. GILMAN, 80 ElllotSt. Telephone. To Butchers and Hide Buyers ! -We wish to purchase your Hides, Calf skins, Sheep Pelts, Tallow and Bones. We advance money if desired. We pay spot cash. We pay the freights. We pay full market values. We want agents everywhere to sell Page's Perfected Poultry Food and other poultry supplles. For further particulars address C. S. PAGE, Hyde Park, Vt. WILL CURE RHEUMATISM Halliday's Rheumatism Cure 1'ltICU a) CENTS Tcn Years Reputation OUR GUARANTEE. We guarnnleo II. lt. C. to curo rheuma. tlsm, and wlll reluml tho money to nll nur eliascis of llnllliluy's Itheunmtlsin Ouro unywhcro ln tlie Unlted Stales or Canndii, who, aller uslng lt fultlilully nnd asdiioct ed have dcrivcd no Ixiiictlt; providcil tho clnlm to rcfuinl lsnppllcil-loi'nt tlio homo ollico, wltlilu ten iluys after taklng tho eu tlro contcnts nf ono imckago. HALMUAY MANUFACTritlNG CO HbMIItA, N. Y V. 8. A. ForSaleBy Brooks House Pharmacy. BAILEY'8 REAL ESTATE AGENCY, 8elli Everythlng Address, F. J. BAILEY & CO., Ryther Bulldlno, BRATTLEBORO. CARTER'S SPlTTLE lVER QEO. ROBERT8, M. D., Surgcry nnd Dlsenses of Women a. id- clalty. Offlco, Crosby Bloclc Telophone. C. R. ALDRICH, M. D., Unlon Block, Brattleboro. Offlce hours untll 9 a. m.. 1 to 3 d. and 7 to 9 p. m. C. 8. PRATT, M. D.. 18 North Maln St, Brattleboro. Offlce hours: 1 to 2.30, 6.30 to 8. DR. GEO. R. ANDER80N, PHYSICIAN AND SUUQEON. Offlce and resldence. K8 Maln HL Hnr- gery ln all lts branches a speclalty. Of llce hours: untll 10 a. m., 1 to 2.30 p. m., evenlngs, 0.30 to 8. Telephone, Brook liouse. fA. I, MILLER, M. D I'HYaiUIAN AND BURGEON. Hooker blnck: 8 tlll 9 n. m . 1 tn . in to 8 p. m. Dr. J. W. GREGG. Olfico overThomiw's llnil? Rtnm. trnnra ltn 12 a. in., 2 to 5, 7 to 8 p. m. Telcpliono 35.12. DR. H. L. WATERMAN, flce hours, 12.30 to 2.3ui evenlng, 6 to (. C. G. WHEELER, D. O., OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN. 0 No. Maln St.. Brattleboro. DflW hours 9 to 12 and 1.30 to 4. Wedneadara and Saturdays excepted. GEO. H. GORHAM, M. D Whltney block. Maln Rt.. TtrnttlAhnrn Practlce Hmlted to dlseases of Eye, Eax, Nose and Throat, Hours, 9.30 a. m. to 12 m., 2 to 4 p. m., Tuesdaya and Frldaya only. At Bellows Falls the rest of week. P. P. WHITE, M. D Physlclan and Surseon. WllltanuYllla. Vt. Offlce hours: 11 a. m. to 1 p. m., and 6 to 7 p. m. Telephone. FREMONT HAMILTON, M. D., Offlce and resldence No. 1 Llnden street. Houra untll 8 a. m., 1 to 2.30 and early evenlng to 7.30. Sundaya, 1 to 3 p. m. DR. C. 8. CLARK, DENTIST Whltney Block. Brattleboro. Telephona. DR. L. S. EDWARDS, Dentlst. Offlce and resldence 12 Prospect Brattleboro. Telephone. 8t, DR. ALVIN KNAPP, DENTIST Hooker Block. Brattleboro. BACON & HOOKER, ATTOBNEYS AT Ullery Bulldlng, LAW. Brattleboro. H. G. BARBER, ATTORNEY AT LAW. . Crosby Block. Brattleboro. STEAM CARPET CLEANINQ Works, 8 Flat St. E. IL THOMAS. Prop. F. BARBER, DENTIST. Unlon Bloak. JOHN E. GALE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Guilford, Vt, Speclal attentlon to all matters connected wlth the probata court. CLINT M. DUGAN. VIOLIN TEACHER, Leonard block. Brattleboro. C. B. CROWELL, SURVEYOR, , Brattleboro. Vt HA3KINS & 8CHWENK, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS, And Sollcltors of Patents. Brattleboro. L. W. ADAM8, FREIGHTING AND JOBBING. Telephone 143-13. Offlce 10 Maln St. GEO. P. MILLER, Auctloneer, Guilford, Vt. INSURANCE SPECIALTIES FIltB LIFE ACCIDEXT HEALTH PLATE GLASS EJIPLOYEHS' LIABILITY ' HENT INSUltANCE TOHNADO nnd WINDSTOHSIS" THE MUTUAL LIFE, N. Y. HAltTFOHD STE.VM nOlLEIt VERMONT MUTUAL INDEMXITY and SUIIETY nOXDS North IGerman Lloyd and Domlnlon Llne Steamahlp Tlckets, Over 23 years' oxperienco has made ua rellnblo guides iu tho mattcr of lnsurance. Apply in person, by mail, telegraph or telcpliono to C. F. R. JENNE, Successor to Sborman Sc Jennc. Brattleboro Vt. Establlshed 18(17. NEW GOODS. New Styles for Fall and Winter Come in and look at them. W. H. HAIGH, Custom Tailor, EUiot St Bargains ln Palms.Ferns and Begonias for the month of August. D. McGILLIVRAY. MORAN &. COMPANY. Undertakers and Embalmers, 19 Maln street Telephone connection day or nlfht. Day call M-4. Nlght calls 17-1 and H5-H. PILBS""' A car narkoU4 if joa ua 3U0Y8 Ciinnncltnni D. If.tt. Thomni.D. Snnt. Ot.lcd gcbooll, Bl.l.ltllle, X. C, wrlu. " I t.n ; Ihejr do .U jou cl.lm tttt them." Dr S. U, Pror., K.T.0 Kock.w. V.., wrlle. TbeycU. unUer.tl ikUi fullon." Dr, U. U. UcQlll, CUikiliuri, T..D., wrlte.l wIo l rr.elict or 3S je.rt. I b.T. fuubil no r.m.dv to oqu.l yotrl." Puci, 60 Ct.T. B.nipln rrc, 0ol4 ' " MAKTIN RUDY. LANCABTfR. H. Sold ln Brattleboro by Q'eo. H. Oraen, In Bellows Falli by IL IL DavU. CaU for free aample. JOHN DUNLEAVY, Custom Tailor Cleanslng, repalrlng and presslng Gone to order. Ryther Bulldlno, Up ono Kllrjht.