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THE VERMONT PIIGENIX, BRATTLEBORO, ERIDAY, OOTOBER 16, 1903. THE LOCAL FIELD. BROOKLINE. Nortnnn Mnrsh, Jr., Is spendlng a week In Amhcrst, Mnss.. und vlclnlty. Tho lndlcs' bonovolent soclety wlll incct wlth Mrs. C. M. Robblns ncxt Wednesday iiftcrnoon. Hcnry Goodnle of SprlliR(tctil, Mnss., Is mnklng liiM nnnunl vlslt to hls daughter, Mrs. K. L. Bllsh. All danger from wnter fnmlnu soems nvorted, ns tlio storm of last week lllled tho wells nnd strontns. Mrs. S. K. Miicdnniild tuid daughter, Ksthcr, nnd son, Krvlng, spent n fow tlays thls wcek nt C. M. Hobblns's. EAST DOVER. Ktllot May hns been vory slek thls wcek. Ilarllo Jeffts went Wednesday to Brat tleboro, whcre lio will have work. Rev. Gcorgo K. Webster ot tho Meth odist churcb prenchcd hls furewell ser mnn last Sunday. He rcslgned hls pas torate on accoimt of poor heulth, and tbls wcek ho loft for tho West. Ile was very miioli llked In thls plaee. WEST DOVER. Mrs. Mnry Nldo is vlsltlng In Rowe, Mass. Mrs. Mabel Allen Is nt work for Mrs. G. II. Adarns. Mrs. T. P. Uoglo went to Wnro, Mass., Monday for n two weoks' vlslt. Mcrrlll Pense broke one arm last Wed nesday whllo playlng nt school. Mrs. Julla Corse and daughter, Mrs. Farrlngton, of Searsburg nre vlsitlng nt S. J. Johnson'. The ladles' ald soclety wlll nieet wlth Mrs. W. 11. Mnnn next Wednesdny after noon. A full attendance Is deslred. The ladles' ald soeiety wlll have a har vest suppcr nnd fair at the school-houso hall Wednesday evening, Oet. 2S. Artlcles nre sollclted for the household and fancy table. DUMMERSTON. The Grange hvld a regular meetlnB Oct. C, W'orthy Master I3rown presldlng, Slster Llllle Gates ncting ns lecturer. Questlon, "Whcn ls the bcst tlme to seed grass land? llow. much grass shall we use and how prepare the soll?" The majorlty belleved In seeding In the corn fleld. The next mofctlng wlll be held Oct. 20 and lt wlll be gentlemen's nlght. Edltor James N. Arnold of Provldence, R. I., who ls Interested ln tfcie publlcatlon of vltal statlstfcs of Rhode Island, called at Dummerston Centre last week to ob tnln Informatlon about Elkanah Lincoln, who marrled I.ydla Carlyle and was a rcsldent of Putney many ycars ago. They had n daughter, Harrlet, whose burlal was In one of the cemeterles in that town. It Is a questlon whether Kl kanah Lincoln may not have bcen a l)rother of Amasa Lincoln, who moved from Dummerston to Newfane about 1S17. He had sons. Klkanah and Oscar, who were resldents of Newfane many ycars; also a daughter, Mary. who mar rled and is a resldent of Brattleboro. The writer recelved a letter from her some tlmo ago nsklng for Informatlon about the Llncolns, but he has forgotten her marrled namc. DUMMERSTON HILL. Mrs. Nolan rcturned home last Satur day. Mrs. W. D. Stockwcll spent a few days thls week at her old home. Tho Mlsscs Wrlght went Wednesday to New York, and from there to thelr home in New Jerscy the followlng day. Hurvey Simmons of Port Henry, N. Y., is vlsltlng hls slster, Mrs. John M. Baker. lio will reriain durlng the winter. Mrs. J. N. Betterley went to Ashlield, Thursday to vislt nnd to accompany her mother, Mrs. Palmelea Mlles, home. John 'M. Baker hns bcen engnged to work in Wllllamsvllle for A. M. Merrl lleld and will move hls famlly there soon. Mrs. C. A. Whceler plcked a peck of peas in her garden last week, and she thlnks sho can gather anothcr peck thls week. Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Warren of Fairlee, thls stato, are vlsltlng Mrs. War ren's mother, Mrs. Kllza Morse, and her brother at the old homestead. There seoms to be an epldemlc in the nelghborhood. Among those roently uf fllcted are Mrs. H. Jlllson nnd her daugh ter, Vlnn. Our school teachcr, Mlss Mun dell, has not been ablo to toach for sev eral das. WEST DUMMERSTON. Itnnney Knlght of Boston is visltlns hls parents, Mr. anl Mrs. It. A. Knlgnt. F. J. White is moving hls mlll to East Dover, where he wlll have steady work the comlng winter. George Fleld nnd slster, Mrs. A. B. Knapp, went to Rutland to attend the fu neral of thelr brother. Mr. and Mrs. II. Lamson of Springllold are wlth hls mother, Mrs. J. P. O'Brlen, for a weck's vacatlon. The Unlted States cavalrymen passed through thls town last Sunday morning on thelr way back to Fort ISthan Allen MARLBORO. Charles Carpenter Is ill. Mrs. Henry Adans Is much better. Mr, and Mrs. W. A. Prouty were ln town over Sunday. Mrs. Dalrymple Is spendlng a few days In Leyden. J. N. Dlneen of Sprlngfleld, Mass., Is vlsltlng at S. Kelsoy's. Henry Forbes, who ls suffcring from paralysls, is not as well. Hcnry Bellows has gono to Brattleboro to spcnd the winter wlth hls daughter, Mrs, Goddard. Malvln Dalrymple has begun' work on hls steam mlll, and several men nre nl ready nt work cuttlng tlmbcr on hls lot. The Indles' nld soclety will meet wlth Mrs. S. D. Blshop Wednesday, Oct. 21. Let there be u full nttendance. Thls Is a mld-dny soclal. An Inch of Truth. Dr. Davld Kennedy's new medlclne, Calcura Solvent, has been successful ln cases which have bntlled good doctors; and whnt It has dnnu it may bo trustcd to do again. Whether your troublo be acute or chronle the result wlll be tho same, only ln old cases you must be falthful und patlent. For full informa tlon nnd a free sample bottlo wrlto to tho Cal-cura Comapany, Rondout, N. Y. "What Is the prlce of Dobbln's Electrlc soap? "Slx centa a bar, full slze, reduced from ten." "Why that's the prlce of common brown Eoap. Send me a box. I can't afford to buy nny other soap after thls." OASTOXIIA. BMntbe y) The Kind You Have Always Bafll Tha Kind You Have Always ftgnature OASTORIA. Betra tlo ,4 -l Klnd You Havfl Always Bouffit OASTOH.IA. Bith ThaKlndYoaHa8Alwar$Bo88l4 GUILFORD. Mrs. Hcnry Smllh lotiirned to her home ln North Adams Tuesday. There will be Norvlees ln Chrlst churcli Sunday, Ocl. IS, at 2.3D triclnck p. m. Tho school In thls placo has bei'ii ctosod thls week, Mlss Uennplt, tho teachcr, hav lng been cnlled home by the lllness of her mother. Tho arm of Little Perley SiiuIids, whlch was so Imdly fractuii'd by a fall last week, became so swollcn that an X ray machlne was tisod to locnte the brcnk nnd the bones were then properly set ln i.-nst. tlio work lielng ilone oy Dr. An- dersnn. GUILFORD CENTRE. Joseph A. Clark Serlously Hurt. Jo.piih A. Clark was very serlously ln- Jured Wednesday bj falllng about 15 fect from a ladder, from whlch ho wns plcklng apiilcs. lio strurk on the shoul ders nnd back of the ncck, cutislng paral ysls of tho lowor part of hls Ixidy. Mrs. M. A. Baruoy Is at L. D. Frank- Un's for a week. Y Mrs. Klla 'I'ennoy Is In Waro, Muss., for n vacntlon. T. N. Lynile Is at home for a few wceks' vacatlon. Mrs. L. D. Krnnklln has rccoverod from her revent lllness so that sho Is ablo to slt tip. l'ho ladles' clrcle wlll meet at thelr rooms next ThtirMlay In tho morning. Mrs. De.in of Bostnn camp Wednesday for nn oxtonded vlslt wlth her daughter. Mrs. Elllot D. Conyers. There wlll be pronching In the Unlver- sallst churcli Sunilay at 2.S0 p. m., H. K. Marvln, pastor. Sunday school after ser vlces. Mrs. L. 15. Bullock returned to Sprlng fleld Thursday, after spendlng two wpeks wlth relatlves. Mlss Mlnnle Thayer vlslted In Brattle boro several days last week. Mrs G. L. C'lary and ilaughter, iluby, of Buffalo, N. Y., vlslted at F. E. Thaycr's thls week. L. J. Huntley met wlth a palnful nccl dent nt the shops of tho Kstey Organ company last week, a plece of brass lly- lng Into one eye. After several hours work a physlclan succeeded In removing the brass, and the eye Is dolng well. No permanent Injury is feared. GREEN RIVER. Ievi Boyden ls at work for Ellsha Gates ln hls clder Jelly works. Hev. F, B. lrvlng wlll hold servlces ln the churcli Sunday at 2.30 p. m. Mlss Mary Hobblns ls at work for n few weeks wlth Mrs. Fanny Wallace. E. W. Legate ls about bargalnlng hls real ctato In thls vlllage to people ln Wlllamsvllle. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Smedley of Wor cester nre vlsltlng at Danlcl DeWolfs and at A. S. Gallups's. Mr. Smith nnd family of West Brattle boro have moved Into the H. C. Wllklns house now owned by Artliur Lynde. Mr. Smlth wlll work for H. Stowe & Son. About Gft nelghbors and frlends of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Richmond met nt thelr home Saturday evening to remliul them that it was Mr. Klchmond's 51st blrth day nnniversnry. C'ake and coffee were served, nnd on departlng all agroed that the evening had been pleasantly spent. WEST GUILFORD. The ladles' ald snolety wlll meet Wed nesday, Oct. 21. afternoon and evening, wlth .Mrs. Walter Phelps at the chunoh vestry. As thls Is the annual meetlng the members are reiiuested to bo present in the afternoon. 1'apers will be read as usual, and all are invited. On Saturday evening, Oct. in, about (J) frlends and nelghlors gatherod at the home of F. A. Richmond to remlnd hlm of hls 51st birthday annlversary. The evening was spent soclally, wlth gimes and muslc. Mr. Iiuffum made a few ap proprlate remarks, and In bohalf of the company prcsented to Mr. Richmond a memento of the occaslon. Mr. Richmond responded In n genlal way. Refrcshmcnts of cnke und coffee were served. WE8T HALIFAX. It Is expected that the telephone line here will be In operatlon soon. L. W. Sumner and son are tllllng a car wlth chair stock at Shelburne Falls. Apples are moving freely. There are many more thnn were exp(cted nnd If they brlng a fair priee the sale will help the farmers very much. Henry Iirown attended the reunlon of the Elghth Vermont reglment In Mont pelier Sept. HO, and vlslted several days in the northern part of the state. The ladles' ald and mlsslonary soclety wlll hold a social at the home ot Mrs. A. C. .lones Friday afternoon and even ing, Oct. 23. Supper wlll be served. All nre cordlnlly lnvlted. News was recelved here Wednesday that Joseph Clark of Guilford Center, son ot Aaron Clark of thls place, had been serlously Injured by falllng from a ladder whlle plcklng apples. Hls people have gone to hls home to eare for hlm. JACKSONVILLE. Mervln Plerce ls at work In the mlll nt Davls Brldge. Mr. and Mrs. Charles II, Wasto spent nearly a week In Boston. Mrs. Joauna Kdwards has returned from her week at T, C. Marsh's, IxjwIs A. Cuttlng has sold hls place ln the vlllage to Wllllam F. Sprague. Selah H, Holbrook has erected near hls home a tall llag staff and placed on it a ilag 12 by IS. There was a good attendance and a fair day Tuesday at the auctlon of the F. II. I'utnam estate. Hev. Mr. Newton, presldlng elder, wlll preaeh In the Methodlst church next Sunday afternoon. The No. 5 birthday party met wlth Mrs. Charles A, Faulkner Tuesday afternoon and evening. About 30 were present nnd they had a very enjoynble tlme. JAMAICA. Mrs. M. F. Howard ls vlsltlng in Con necticut. M. C. Skinner has bcen III, but Is now oul agalu. Harold Muzzy has roturjied to hls work In Westfield. George A. Butler of New York clty was ln town Sunday. Rev. and Mrs. A. E. Hartwell returned Monday from thelr vacatlon. Mlss Lottlo Reed returned Wednesday from a week's vlslt In Ilolyoke. Servlces wlll be held next Sunday morn ing In the Congregatlonal church. Mlss Eva Ellls of Brattleloro sent sev eral days nt J. A. Muzzy's Inst week. Mr. and Mrs, Ransel Frost of Colraln, Mass,, have spent tho week vlsltlng hero. Mrs. Kllza Rlce ls at W. L. Barnes's ufter a atay of several weeks ln Brattle boro. Mrs, John H. Allen of South London derry has vlslted nt W. L. Barnes's thls week. The paperlng and palntlng In tho Con gregatlonal church was completed Wed nesday, Tho workmen were employed by C. A. Borden of Brattleboro. Col. Joseph B.tttoll of Middlebury Is a commlttee of ftnanco to rulse money to provlde for an exhlbltlon of Vermont Morgan horses at the St. Louls World's Fair. II. T. Cutts of Orwell. E. II, Hoff man of Lyndon nnd a thlrd man to bo chosen wlll select the anlmals for exhlb ltlon, About $1000 ln premlums wlll bo offered for Morgans at the fair. NEWFANE. Mrs. C. P. DoWltt ls wlth her son's fam lly nt The Terracc. Mrs. W. H. Goodnow has rcturned to North Cambridge, Mnss. Wlll Mlcott ls asslstln;; hls brother ln the creamery at West Brattleboro. Mrs. A. Grotit's slslpr, Mrs. F. W. Adams, returned to Woodstock today. 'tho Wotnan's Chrlstlan Temperancp Unlon wlll meet Wednesday at 3 p. m., nt the Benedlct resldence. .Iinlge Worden of Halifax ls here thls week In the lntorost of the work of re palrlng the eoiiuty jail. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Mlcott are tuklnu a earrlage drlvo through AlKhmr, London derry, Chester nnd Hprlngllold. There was good woather ypsterday for tho nuctlon of tho Newfnnp llotiso fur nlturo, owned by Mr. Angler of Ilrnttle boro. Mrs. I'hoebo Davls !s sppndlng two weeks at the homo of hor son, Mltchell Vassar, englneer on the Boston & Mnlno rallroad. Mrs. Ilattlo Illchnrdsnn of Chester De pot Is exiectcd next Wednesday to In spect tho Woman's Rollef corps nt Mrs. Carpenter's. 11. J. llatchelder and son are Improv Ing tho Batcholder store by the nddltlon of a plazz.i at the north end, and enlarg Ing tlie store somewhat. Mrs. O. :. Davhlson. Mlss F. Richmond, Mlss Benedlct and Mlss Alva Petrlllo at tendrd tho state W. C. T. tJ. convontlon In Woodstock thls week. Mrs. Townsend wlll go next week to spend tho winter ln Brattleboro and loard her ndopted son, Robert Lincoln, who works for the S. A. Smlth rotnMiny. Mrs. Solandt of Northllebl, Mass.. who has bcen wlth her son here a few weeks, rotnrne.l today. acconipnnled by Mrs. George Solandt, who wlll spcnd two or threo days ln Northlleld. At lts rooont annual meetlng, the la dle.' nid soclety electcd these olllcers: Presldent, Mrs. B. C. Knapp; vlce presl dcnts, Mrs. II. Smlth and Mrs. S. Flsh; socretnry, Mrs. 11. C. Eager; treasurer, Mrs. C. S. Wllson. Tho communlty regrets to loso as resl dents Rev. and Mrs. E. H. Bartlett, who wlll soon move to Sprlngtleld, Mass. Mr. Bartlett Is a retlrod Methodlst elergyman, formerly preachlng In Wardstsjro and other towns ln the state. G. W. Knapp shows, as the product of one hlll of iKtatocs, a welght of ten and one-half pounds, In nddltlon to thrce do cnyed potatoes thrown nslde, whlch he reckoned at two pounds. Let the next hlll como on and tell lts story. Lindlord G. K. Davls. who came down from South Londonderry to attend the hotel auctlon. reports that among the guests at the Peabody House are hunteVs wlio nro taking woodcock on the wlng, ns they llnger along thelr soiithern Hlght to dlp thelr long hlll." Into wet places for llshworms. ln the llst of New York botanlcal gar den lectures. Dr. Marshall A. Howp Is set down for Oct. 24. on "Features of the Iind .nnd Murlne Flora of Porto Rlco," and Prof. F. K. Lloyd. No. 7, on "Moun talns and Forests of Domlnlca." These two experts In thelr llne of study found ln Newfane a varlety of LycoHidlum, whose dlstlnction had never leen notlced. and It Is now recorded ln botanlcal pub llcatlons under thelr names wlth tho local habltatlon appended A famlly reunlon of the famlly of Dea con nnd Mrs. F. S. Whltaker was held Tuesday at thelr home on Newfane hlll. The entlro number present, Includlng nlne grandchlldreu. was 17. Supper was erved In the evening. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. John F. Whltaker and three children. Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank L. Whltaker and four children. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Fay of Worcester, Mass.. and two chlhlrtn. Mrs. I-'ay and children, who have been spendlng four weeks wlth her parents at her old home. returned to Worcester Wednesday. Ml-s Nelllc Pratt cordlally Invltes the ladles to attend her opeulng of fall mll llnery Tuesday. Oct. 20. SOUTH NEWFANE. Rev. J. II Llnglev ls In Jamaica to a-slst the pastor In spoclal meetlngs. Mrs. Iive Is wlth her slster. Mrs. Mer rltii'hl, in Wllllamsvllle for a short vlslt. I'"rank Grayback. who has leen In South Charlestown the past month, has return ed. Rev. Mr. Camplx-U of Wardsboro preached very nceoptably at tho B.iptlst church last Sunda Milton Blnghnm ha Ismght of W. O. Powers the house formerly owned by Mrs. Rhoda Powers. Cecll Stritlon. who has been vlsltlng hls parents two weeks, returned Sat urday to Agawam, Mass. K. M. Stratton went to Agawam, Mass., Tuesday to vlslt hls son nnd daughter and thelr famllles. Mr-. K. V. Morse of Brattleboro aci ompanled hlm. WILLIAMSVILLE. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Merrllleld are In Boston thls week. Charles Thorne of Lvnn, Mass., Is vls ltlng hls slster, Mrs. Clarence Lazelle. Rev. George Webster and famlly left Wednesday morning for mlsslonary work In the West. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Park and Mlss Lnttlc Wllllams are vlsltlng ln Boston nnd Springllold. .Mrs, Henry Bowker of Syracuse, N. Y., has vlslted recently wlth her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Perry. Iterl Wllllams cut and badly brulsed nll the tlngers on hls left hand whlle at work on a saw In the steam mlll Friday afternoon. Everard, ir. months old, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Mattison of South Shafts bury was kllled in a strange manner Oct. 7. The mother prepared the chlld for bed as usual and gave hlm hls nurs lng Imttle. As she tumed to perform another duty the baby fell from the era dle, the nurslng bottle broke, nnd the glass severed the Jugular veln ln the throat. The mother caugat the chlld from the lloor Instnntly, but she and the father, who was reading a few feet away. were poworless, and tho baby passed away ln the mather's arms ln a few mln utes. 'T'f-jrtf Tells J-011 tliat 'ou need X ICU.L jr0 Jlavo jj Jfy t0 xn tllu most approved and TCLLc agreeablo fonn by taking tho new iron tonic, Pept fClCG iron Pills. They ironize the blood, and that meana they givo tho faco, lips, cheeks, and ears a good, healthy color, and Btrengthen and tono tho wholo system. il.oy aro a Bpecific for Aaorfx H anemiQ Gnnclltinnq. CCliJ all anemio conditiona, norvousnces, sleeplesa' ness. dyspepsia, poor cir Iron culation, cold handa and feet. Thoy aro pleasant to tako, acceptablo to tho storaach and readily aBsiniilated, a perfect boon to delicate wotnen and girla, invahds and convalesceuta. Pept iron Pills (C?T& coatcd) "I have been taking Peptlron Pills slx wceks," sald a grnteful ludy "nnd nm realUIng ereat beneflt, fccl stroneer, and know by what my frlends say that I look better. I m glad my confldcnco In Hood's Sarsaparllla led me to tako Peptlron Pills," Peptlron Pills, 60e. or $1. tho latter afull month's treatment. Prepared by C. I, IIOOD CO Hood's Sarsaparllla, Lowell, Mass. GEO. E. GREENE, 63 Maln 8L Selllng Agent ln Brattleboro: WARDSBORO. Etta Mundcll Is worklng for Mrs. A. L. Wheeler. Mrs. F. A. Glenson nnd ginndson havfc returned to Brattleboro. Mr. Carpenter of Watertown, ff. Y., Is slaylng at I'red Chapman's. Mr. nnd Mrs. Edward Davls of New York nru guests at A. L. Whcoler's. .Mrs. Sprague of Northlleld, Muss., ls vlsltlng her brother, Proston Knnpp. Orvllle Rawson hns movoil Into tho up stulrs tenemcnt owned by L. M. Newcll. A company from thls placo attended the stirprlso party at Mr. Sebar's Tuesday evening. Moses Doxler of Troy, N. Y Is spend lng a few days wlth hls mother, Mrs. lrene Doxler. Mrs. Emma Clark has gone to llve wlth her daughter, Mrs. HrrhcrL Frnnklln, of Townshend, through the winter. Mr. und Mrs. C. E. Morgan nttended tho llremen's muster nt Chester Wednesday, Mr. Morgnn asslstlng the Grafton hand. Tho Epworth league wlll hold n harvest supper nnd entertalntuelit Friday even ing, Oct. 23. All are cordlally Invited to attend. Vermont Orange, No. 131). wlll have un open meetlng nnd freo entertnlnmont Tuesday evening, Oct 20. All nre cordl aly Invited. Charles Farnswcrth of West Spring llold, Mnss., together wlth W. W. Kidder and two dogs onptured seven coons Tues day nlght. The largpst welghed 22 pounds. Mrs. II. K. Knlght wlll have n mllllnory opening at her home Monday and Tues day, Oct. 1'J and 20, asslsted by lrene Glenson of Townshend. WEST WARDSBORO. Mlss Ethel Bearss Is vlsltlng In town. W. Kidder of Whrdslwro Is coverlng purts of several roofs, Includlng that on the post olllce. The evnngellstlc assoclatlon of thls part of Windham county wlll hold au all-day meetlng here the 27th Inst. It Is expected that our pastor wlll ex ehnnge pulplts ncxt Sunday morning wlth Rev. Wllllam White of South Wardsboro. Several people met at the church last week Wednesday to cut wood for the parsonage and to do some other needed work. WARDSBORO CENTRE. L. M. Newell returned from a vislt ln several Massachusctts towns and In Hart ford, Conn. Mrs. Carrle Dexter Johnson ls vlsltlng the schools In tho cnpaclty of superln tendent. She succeeded E. 11. Pike, who reslgned on nccount of 111 hcnlth. SOUTH LONDONDERRY. Fred Dorset was 111 last week, but ls now better. John l.mdman of Townshend Is vlslt lng In town. Mr. nnd Mrs. O. C. Hall nre vlsltlng in Massachusetts. Mrs. II. D. Tyler Is spendlng the week In Brattleboro. Mrs. II. P. Chasc vlslted In Granville, N. Y., last week. Edward Gordon has been sufferlng from qulnsey sore throat. Mr. and Mrs. Herliert Howe are vlsltlng In North Adams, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Crafts of Wilmington nre vllting at F. A. Hulelfs. Mr. and Mrs. Wnlter Thompson have returned from a vlslt In Somervllle, Mass. There ls n sale of mllltnery, furs. col lars and novelties in llolden's blt.'k thls week. About VjO hend of sheep were bought In thls vlclnlty last week and drtvcn to Soatli Vernon. Mrs. Nathan Ross returned Thursday to her home ln South Shaftsbury, after spendlng a few weeks here. The hlgher department of the vlllage school Is not In sesslon thls week on nc count nf the lllness of the te.icher. Mrs. lilua Wrlght has leturncd from a stay of several weeks at the north vll lage, and Is now carlng for Mrs. White. F. A. Rugg. who has been at hls un ele's, Deacon 10. !'. Rugg's. two months, returned to hls home ln Maldeit Thurs day. Col. II. A. Dudley has returjied from a buslness trli to Kort Ann. N. Y., ail Mrs. Dudley Is home from a vlslt in Man chester. Mrs. Marlette Goddard of Iji Crosse, Wls., Is vlsltlng her mother and slster at I'ansy cottnge. Mrs. A. W. Shattuek of Brattleboro Is also there. Dlstrlct Deput L. O. Wllbur and Mrs. Wllbur, H. S. Garlleld. Krnest Davls nnd Mlnnle JenRlns of F.irmer's Orange ln thls plaee attended tho Pomona Grange meetlng nt Grafton last week. Thev re port a pleasant and prolltable meetlng, well nttendeil. Cotlago pra.xcr meetlngs have been held by both churches nearly every evening thls week. They wlll hold unlon gnspel meetlngs every afternoon nnd evening next week, eonducted by Rev. K. A. Whlttler of Uiwrenee. Mass., an evangel lst. WHITINGHAM. Ullas Carpenter was ln town Tuesday. Whitman Wheeler was In town Tuesday. Mrs. Ros.i Blalr was ln town Saturday. Lula Boyd was at A. Chase's Tuesday. Mr. Clark has returned to F. E. Davis's. Jlr. Bartlett of Dover was in town Wed nesday. Mrs. Clara Sawyer was nt North Adams last week. A brldal party from North Adams spent Sunday at the hotel. One of Leon Chase's stage horses ls slek wlth lung fevfcr. John Coleman ls palntlng Wheeler & Wlieeler's store bulldlng. R. M. Chnse and Kate Benjamln were In North Adams Monday. C. S. Chase and Wlll C.inedy were In Sotnerset Monday on law buslness. C. E. Putnam's clder maklng npparatus wns moved to the steam mlll Wednesday. Eugeno Murdoek's brother and slster camo from Boslon on tho oxcurslou Sat urday. T. C. Marsh drove to Amherst, Mnss., Saturday, nnd Is planulng to spend the winter there. II. S. Goodnow has ln hls possesalon u white lllnt nrrow hend, whlch he found whcn dlgglng potatoes. Ansel Boyd's horse broko through tho floor In Mrs. Fowler's barn last Friday but dld not recelvc serlous injurles. Mr, and Mrs. Joseph Porter celebrated thelr golden wedding at thelr homo In Charlemont Friday. Mr. Porter was for many yeurs n vcteran stage dtiver, after ward eonducted u llvery In Charlemont, und wns stutlon agent several years. Mrs. Portor was Maria II. Carlcy of thls town. Bears Plenty in Searsburg, A blg blwk bear and cub wero seen re cently near the B, Bllss company's mlll pond In Searsburg, under an npple tree, nnd caused conslderablo oxcltement. Al exander Whltcomb llred at thcin from tho Hlghlnnd farm barwny, brlnging tho old bear down twlce. Old Ilruin was mado of tough stock and before tho men could cross the pond sho and, tno cub "nnd got ten well into tho woJJs and the ehnt.e waH glven up as frutless. Four bears havo teen soen Insl'Je of n week and many sportBmen i re keeplns sharp watch. ' TJio three-yearB-Cjld daughter of Hugh Llnnegun was klll'jd near the Winooski rallroad statlon Saturday. Tho chlld was playlng on the truck. The englneer saw her but could not stop the traln ln tlme. TOWN8HEND. Kdwln Whltnoy hns been 111. C. C. Tnft remalns crllleally III. Rnymond Beebe spent Sunday at home. The Doreus Gulld tnut last wcek nt Mr. Turncr's. Mrs. Llzzle Barber Is vlsltjng In South Lomlonderry. II. II. Chamlwrlaln Ims ricolved nn In crcnso of penslon. The Hndassah Ienguo tnut today nt Mrs. Mucdonnld's. Mrs. Chniles Iloscock cnlled on frlends ln town Inst week. Thero wlll be no servlceH nt the Baptlst church ncxt Sunday. I Mrs. Musa Skinner has been a retent vi.'ltor at Dr. Osgood's. Mrs. Adatlno lngalls has come hero to llve. Sho was ill last week. Mrs. lle'nry Twlti-hell Is In Brnttleboro vlsltlng nt llnrry Adums's. Mr. nnd Mrs. Martln Perry havo vlslted In Westmoreland the past wetjk. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Blood nnd son spent Sunday wlth Mr. Brown's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Orlson Kollott havo rc turned from a trlp to Mnnchester. Ethel and Lottlo Jones vlslted thelr old home near South Windham Monday. Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Wlllard returned Tuesday from a vlslt In Hooslck Fnlls. Mr. and MrS. Shermnn Wlllard were vls Itors Saturday at Mrs. Abby Wllard's. Slm Cobb and Mlss Jenny MeCoy were vlsltors Inst week nt Wllllam McCoy's. M. Randall vlslted hls nlece, Addle Ratidall, In Wlnehester, N. II., recently. Mr. nnd Mrs. Wlll Boutelle of Spring llold spent Sunday at Georgo Boutelle's. Mlss Llndsley and her Sunday school class enjoyed a pleasant plcnlc last week. Mrs. Nelson Wlnslow started thls morn ing to vlslt her daughter In Rock Island, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cummlngs and two children spent Sunday wlth Mrs. L. Bar ber. Inoz Blodgett has gone to Cambrldgc port to caro for Mrs. Hannah Bemls, who is 111. Mrs. A. li. Metcalf has !oen very III from tonsllltls and a large nbscess on her hand. Mrs. Bruce of New York clty has been a recent vlsltor at her slster's, Mrs. A. A. Blood's. Mrs. Macdonald and children spent Sun day In Brookline wlth her slster, Mrs. Hobblns. Mlss Allce Barnes, a student In the semlnnry, spent Sunday wlth Cora Brown ln Athens. Mr. nnd Mrs. Russell Aldrich have vls lted in Londonderry, Peru and Weston the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Wlll Spnrcs and son, Merlt, have gono to Westmoreland to vlslt relatlves. Mrs. Llda Coombs of Brattleboro vlslt ed her mother and uncle at Herbert Kid der's over Sunday. Allan Jones, a hunter who comes here In the fall from Cllnton, Mass., Is stay Ing nt the Townshend lnn. Charles Shattuek of Tompklnsvllle. Sta ten Island, vlslted Mrs. Helen Wlllard and Park Holland last week. Mlss Llzzle Aldrich, who has been spend lng several weeks In town. hns returned to her home ln Westmoreland. Mlss Josle Kneeland has returned from Worcester, Mass., nnd wlll take Mlss Ware's place ln the post olllce. Mr. nnd Mrs. O. A. Davls have return ed from Nashua, N. II., after spendlng two weeks wlth relatlves thero. J. II. Waro, Newell Jennlson and Llv erman J. C. Taft went to Chester Mon day to attend the Rowell auctlon. Mcrrltt Eddy, a scnlor in Tufts Medi cal college. has nicunlly vlslted hls par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Hnrrlson Eddy. Mrs. Moses Randall Is siwndlng some tlme wlth her son, Herbert, ln lAomln ster. Mass., and wlll vlslt In Athol and Wlnehester. Mlss Orrle Dale left Saturday morning for I'hllndelphla, and In a few weeks she wlll go to Beaufort, S. C, to resume her duties as governess. The BaptNt ladles' ald soclety wlll serve a harvest supper from 5 to 7 o'clock next week Friday evening. Oct 23, nfter whlch a soclal wlll be held. All aro in vited. A numler of people congregatod by Hol land's store to see the cavalry pass through thls place Just as tho last bell was rlnging for church Sunday morning. We aro afr.ild some were late for ser- lees. Allston Cushlng has a now steam heater for hls henhouse, whlch ls a modern one. He keeps a large number of hens and o pects to be well rejMld In eggs the com lng winter for the expense of the new henter. Asa and Byron Thompson have re turned home. Asa has recently bought an nutomoblle, whlch he left nt Sprlng tleld. Mass., on hls way here for two rea sons netded repnlrs, and tho dread of thls communltv, ns many mlshaps have occurrcd on account of the machlnos. The Magazine elub wlll hold lts an nual sale Friday evening, Oct 30, at the home of the presldent, Mlss Kdith Ixiwe. . Thls wlll Ih a good opportunlty for one to get tho best reading at a very low I prlce. We hope thero are many who feel an Interest lu the sale and wlll attend. Pomona Grange met wlth West Rlver I Grange Tnursday, Oct. S. ln conscquence of a dark, ralny day, only two of the adjolnlng Granges were represented, Graf ton und Dummerston. A good number of the Icval Grange members were pres ent, and the program was well carrlod out. Wo wlsh everyone who takes The Plur nlx here would turn to the items from Wilmington In last week's Issue und read of the Intelld'tual treat the people are provldlng for themselves the comlng winter. Why can't we bestlr otirselves here nnd brlng ubout llke results? Wo are sure lt would meet wlth favor In all clasves. One morning n few days ago, as a man from out of town, golng southward, near ed the Rutter bridge, hls horses became frlghtened at somethlng, and as ho look ed through the dense fog he could seo nn anlinal approachlng whlch he lecame con lldent was a panther. Runnlug hls horses back to Mr. Whltney's ho roused the nelghbors, who rushed out wlth guns. By thls tlme tho anlmal had come nearer, and whlle the man walted to tako sure aim before hrlng, Jlrs. Whltney's largo cat walked up ln a stately manner. An emaclated stray dog has been wan dering about the vlllage, and lts condl tlon has exclted much sympathy. Women havo gone to thelr doors wlth food nnd trlcd to cnll the dog, but ho has gone away wlthout reallzlng thelr good Inten tlons. A klnd hcarted farmer who llved soveral mlles nw.ty, comlng to tho vlllage, took tho dog home wlth hlm, and sald he would givo It a good home untll the own er could bo found. The collnr Is marked J. F. Noonan, 1B1, and no more can be de clphered. WEST TOWNSHEND. Rev. M. F. llurdy Is out of town for a fow days, Mrs. C. W. Hawklns I's spendlng a few weeks lu Boston. H. L. Grout hns been ln Massachusetts on a two wceks' vlslt. II. II. Richardson has been to Hooslck Falls, N. Y., for a vlslt. Mrs, W. A. iJiwrence wlll return from a vlslt ln Farley, Muss., thls week. George N. Wood is moving hls house hold goods to Sprlngfleld, thls stnte. Frunk Hadlock and famlly hnvo re turned from a few weeks' vucntlon ln Mnssachusetts, Clifford Grout and Mr. nnd Mrs. D. E. Boyden nre nttending the sesslon of tho grand lodge, Independent Order of tho Golden Cross, nt Northfield thls week. A muslcnl soclal, frult nnd vegetablo sale will be held at the vestry Thursday evening, Oct. 22. All nro Invited to come nnd bring frult und vegetubles for nd mlsslon fee, A of the Hrnwn frnm tlip RtrpncrtVi.mvJnry nnrfinn o the kernel, and punty. is a bnef ldca of the goodness o Kgro CORN The Great Spread for "Daily "Bread. A food article and pleases all tastes. tious; makes you eat. A pre-digested food ready for use by the blood independent o digestive function, therefore agreeable to the weakest stomach. A trial tin will tell. Sold in lirtight, friction-lop tini. 10c.25c.nd50c t Itocrn. CORN PR0DUCTS C0., Niw York and ChlcQ0. ziiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin: If You Want Good Light and Plenty of It GO TO ROBBINS & COWLES, Brooks House Block, AND GKT ONE OK TIIOSK Dietz r Hams Lanterns, And you wlll be satlsfied In both QUALITY and PRICE. :iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiifi: THE RUBIN RAMBLER Is lar away nheail of all clhuU'rs. Plnksaud Crim-on lloe ttmuld l planteil In Octolier: aloSniall Kruits and all klml- of Tree Stock, tor gM). sueeess. I have a llne lot ot Japun I'luin. t'lierry. l'ear. and Apple, on lianl. I'r.ce- at one liult of ngents. GEO. D. ODELL, 21 Centml St. THE DAN G ER From gusoline stoe I not so much ln tliera foHes ax haviint tlie gjisolino atsiut. At ordl. nary tenii eraturo na'ollne eontfuually gives otT lntlauuuHblc vapor, und a light some dls tnncc from the inaterinl will ignite it throuxb the uitHlluin of thls vapor. C'oiiMdt vour in surnnce Hgcnt tioforo storlng or Uflng such daiiKerous atutf. H. E. TAYLOR & SON, Insuraneo Agent. - Brattleboro. Vt. Last Bprinf: I tritd P.ipe' rerfected Poultry Pood. and the reiult was I recelved TWENTV-ijEVtN UOZEN EGCJS Hin.M TWELVE HENS IN ONE MONTH. Mrs. K. 1JEGOR. Monkton, Vt. Lat Pecember I commenced ti. '"d PaRe's Terlected Poultry Food. At that tlme I aj geUinglrom fiheen hens lix to eiRht eKssperday. Atterfeedingit some !pp4' ri,,i'ienMl'-ti:an t0 ll,,rom tu mtssn eggs per day, and HAVE KEP1 ON LAYINGup to the present I ampleasedtouy that Tae's rerfected T Vnr Food has provedverysatisfactory. The iokIs eat it ith atiday. Inuease pio. m l on of cgss very pronounced, ind 5.fr??letc..'5 ,he f0011 'n supplyins thoe rifircnti req.nred for layingheut tnat ELR LGG HAS A GOOD MKO.N.i StilrLL at.d the flock contin tinue healthy andin goodcondl'ion, 1 fha.l c.inuuuo to use it as a matter of prutt through taringiif other I eed, a." caa rccnmmei.d it ! all who keep pouhryasa very deslrable food. J. W. OOUDELL, UuausoTON, Vt. I have sold several different ktnds of pou'ry f'n,l and find voii's to be the brst I ?,vrr.s?j!v r.!"inct 1 commenced tosellit I HAVE HAD liOVl'.I.E '1 HE NLM JIEROr EGGSbroughtto my store. Mycustomers allseein uellplcased ithit. lt is thecheapest aud best, and II poultrmen would j-e more they would cet more eKS- IOEL T. N1CHOLS, South WAt-LiNcrokD, Vt, I soon sold the first barrel ot Pagc's rerfected Poultry Food, and havecomrrerced ?nJ..e...?;?ni..,Some ol rnycustomers are sending a lonp Hayalttrlt. Tiitysay ItPUEVENTS HENS FROM EATING TIIKIK EtV.S. 7 JOHN TAYLOR, Hakvhv Station, N. B. f luve. ,u,sc? PaEe' Perfected Poultry Food for two or th. e ycars wlth tond re ui!f:rvA.1.,Ur'y,,.r0DS "fm wc" P'cd vMth it. I LO VT H'ESITATE TO KtlUMWb.M) II topoultrYmcnasafint-cl.! eggproi!in:cr. j. r. it.i.M, antkim, is. 11. i Pa,'i'? p'eclei Poultry Food Is a Rreat thlng to maVe'hcns ly. e advise e'ery one who lsin the poultry buslness tn try V,',?A,?;? bellev h h NO EQUAL AS AN V.Gf. PUO DUCER. L. A. THOMAS & SON, Roxhuky, Me, I have used Page's Perfected Toultry Food for my hens the pastwmter. Never had themlayso many egcrs ln the winter before. Mycustomers all SPEAK WKI.L OF IT and watit ore. C. L. BLISS, UtciiroRD, Vt. , thinlc Page's Perfected Poultrv Food is the bcstegr-prn. IT IOR YOU AGAIN the comlng fa I. ALONZO FARMER, Knowlton, P. Q. $100,000 Thls reprefcnta tho nctual sum Invcstod nnd oxpcuded on MERCHANTS and MANUFACTURERS' EXP0SITI0N Mechanics' Building, October 5-31. The Greatest Fair ever hold In Boston. roa.touf,8 "i""1' H'.V'0ov,t Kxl'll'Hs. Klltie's I and, Mldway of Kairyland, IhoAifMdps. Infnnt Incubators. iroloss Telegraphy. Llcuiiil Air. Japanese Theatre wlth TeaGaiileu and Geisha Girls. '1 ho Laughlng Mlrror Mnzo. Jim Kcy. Celobratecl rducatcd Horeo, A Hundred Other World WonUcrs. Admlsslon 25 cents. Con refined to absolute t-jn SYRUP table delicacy that Appetizlne, nutri- JZcqxiX loticcs. OTATE OK VElt.MONT, Westminster Ss O Hy tlio Probate Court tor snnl In-tn. t Toall rons lntcreted in tho etate .fira K. llatchelder late of Townshend, in ,nd rtis. tnct.decoHsed, (sitetnr Yot aro hcretiy notiflod tliat thls court i dccldo upon the nllownnce of the nccount of K. II. Itiitchelilcr. ndmlnlstrator upon anl es tato, and ilecreo distributinn thereof t. the K;rsons entitled. at tho sesslon thetcof to l held nt the Hotel mTownshend, nn tl.eSnd day of Dcceml'or, A, I), 1WII, whcn and wljcre nu may be heard n tho prcinises. if vou tee cau'-c IXA II. AI.LllbE.Judyc Intho District Court of tlie L'nitcil ta'es for the Uistrlct of Vermont. In the mattcr of JAMES W. I.ESTEIt, In B.mkruptcy Bankrupt. To tho crcditors or James W, Ix;stcr of Vut ncy. in tho County of Windham und District aforestdd, a bankrupt. Notico Is hcreby gHcn that on the. 19th day nf Mntitntnlr A Tl Hvn f lw, c.l.t T... 11' Isterwasduly ndjudieated bankrujjt; and tbe tlrst meetlng of hiscreditois will lie held at my I olllce. In Brattleboro, on tho 2iltli ila nf Orto 1 ler, A. I). Uni, nt ten o'clock In the forenoin, 1 at whlch tlme the sald credltors may attend, I provc thelr elaims, nppoint a Trustee.e.amnic I the bankrupt and transaet such other buiness I ns mny proierly ctime tieforo sald mectinc 1 Septemucr;m. lwn. 1 K. U. E. STOWE, Ileferec In Uankrupt.y In the Distriut Court of the I'nlted StatesTir the District ol Vermont. In the mattcr of HEIUIEUT fi. EVEItLETII.in Itankrupt. v Ilankrupt. 1 To the creditors of Herbert (i. Kicrlcth if Putney, in the County or Windham and Dis trict nforesald. a bankrupt, Notico is liereby givcn that on the Mi dav nf Octol-er, lltJI, the fald Herbert U Fieiicth , was duly adjudlcated a bankruiit: and t liat the tlrst meetlng ot hls creditors will le held at my 1 otlice In Hrattleboro, on tho 3lt dav of U. 1 ler. lun, at 10 o'clock In the fo'renoon. at 1 whlch tlme the suid cicditora may attend. proe their elului, apiHiint a truttc. cxaralne I the bankrupt and trunsact fikIi other businfet that mny Pniperly como lieforo said meetinf , F. I). E. STOWE, ltefei-co ln ll.inkruptcy TAX NOTICE. rpiIEHE hns lieen placed ln my hand formi X lcction, a tax ot one hundred and filty eents on the dollar of the grand ht ul'!c.t ! toadiseouut of i percent It pnid wltluiiinne ty dajs trom Septemtier tlrst. KKAXK E. WA11P. Trenurer ! Notlce to Taxpayers of the Town of Marlboro. I have In my hands for collectlon i .x blll for the year 1!i3 amounting t . dollar and tifty cents on the dollar f lr j Grand Llst. A dlscount of t per cent w il be allowed on all such taxes pald r before Nov. 10, next, after whl. h d.'e l cost of collectlon wlll be addc 1 T x I payers wlll tlnd me at home on M -r i s and Saturdays to recelve taxes A. M. PROl'TY, Town Trt.is r r tmie. O. U. IIADWIN, Danbv, Vt. MERCHANT & MINERS TRANSPORTATION CO. Stcamshlp Llnea Hctween BOSTON, N0RF0LK AND BALTIMORE, Best Route to Washington, Richmond and Al Points South. Four Salllngs Weekly. Accommodations nnd cusline unsurpnssed. Tlckets on sulo ut 11. & M. lt, lt. olllies. Send forillustratedbooklet and I'nrcs. A. M. GltAHAM. Agent, Iloston. Mnf BAILEY'S REAL ESTATE AQENCV 8elli Everythlng Addrcss, F. J. BAILY Su CO., Ryther Bulldlng. BRATTLEBORO, VT.