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THE VERMONT P1IGGNIX, BRATTLEBORO, ERIDAY, NOYEMJ3ER 27, 1)03. THE LOCAL FIELD. ATHENS. W. J. Itnnd Is vlsltlnB a fow dnys ln Nntlek Mnss. Mrs. J. M. Powors hns rcturned from a vlslt ln Waterville, P. Q. Mrs. Ella ltondeau lias boon suffcrlnB from n (iiilnsoy soro thro.it. Mlss Emmn Ball hns liocu spondlng a fow duys wlth rclntlvos lij Imvn, llov. F. M. Bnker wont Mondny to hls lioino ln I.coinlnstcr, Mnss., to spcml ThanksgivinB. Tlio Chrlstlan Endonvor sooloty wlll kIvo nn pntrrtnlnincnt ln tlio vcslry Fri day ovenlng, Dec, 4. Sevornl from hero nttendod tlio nnlon Clirlatlnn Endcavnr mcctltig ln Saxtons Hlvcr Sunday ovenlnB- Cora Drown, Mlnnlo Dnnlinm, .Icnnlo Iicmls, Fny Brldses nnd Nod Wymnn nro nt homo from I.olnnd and Gray somlnary for a two wcoks' vncation. BROOKLINE. Mrs. L. L. Ilnnncy Is serlously 111. Mlss Wlswnll of I'utnoy spent n. weoji wlth hcr Brandmotlior. Henry Sandcrs hns loft tlio employ of Mrs. AV. M. Wnre nnd lias rcturncJ to I'utnoy. Clmrles Jcnnlon of Dover has takcn lils plnce. Mrs. J. Day of Woodcllff, N. J., Is spend ItiB some tlme wlth her dnuBhtcr, Mrs. Arthur ltobblns. who lms not becn ns well the past fow weeks. C. M. Robblns wns onllod to Sprlngrtcld, Mnss., on Mondny by the dpnth of hls father, T. F. Robblns of thnt plnce. Hls son, Arthur, nccompanled hlm. School ln No. 3 wlll beRln the wlnter term Monday, Nov. 30, and Miss Mnud Styles wlll return ns teaeher. It Is unccr tnln abotit school No. 1 at thls wrltlng. Rcv. F. M. Wlswnll of Newfane wlll preach ln the Baptlst clnirch ln Ilrookllno next Sundny mornlnB at 11 o'cloek, la the absenco of the pnstor. A cordlnl Invlta tlon Is extended to nll to bo present. It Is expected that a serlps of evansellstlc servlces wlll begln ln the Daptlst church Tuosday evenlng, Dec. S. A general at tendanco from llrst to last Is deslred and oarnestly sollclted. EAST DOVER. A Bood numbcr of peoplo nttcndcd the concert Rlvon by n bllnd man nt the Bnp tlst chnppl last Saturday ovpnlnB. Wo hnd a Bood fall of snow Mondny nnd Tucsday, and ono man was sleddlng Iobs n part of the tlme. The fall term of Cannon school, tauRht by Mlss Winlfred Sherman, closed Nov. 25. The attendnpco was Rood. Verna Metcalf, GporBlo Metcalf, Carl Mptcalf, Carl Howe and Earl Yeaw were not nb sont during the term, nnd Walter Halla day, Harry Mny nnd Grneo Sherman wero nbsent bnt ono day. Therc wns but ono lnstanco of tardlnoss and one of dls mlsslal. The wlnter term wlll begln Nov. 30. DUMMERSTON. Mlss Ethel Maynard nrrlved ln town on Wednesday to spend Thanksglvlng. Miss Esther Knight Is Brndually falllnB ln strensth. Mlss Fanny Rlco of Dum merston ls her nurse. The school dlrcctors have becn thrco wceks in tryliiB to llnd teachers to illl the four vacanclcs in the schools of thls town and havo obtnined only two teachers up to datc. Mlss Marcy wlll tcach In the South school and Mr. Gllmore in the Rldge school. The Grnnso observed ladles' nlsht Tuesday evenlng, Nov. 17. The attend ance was good notwlthstandliiB unfa vorable weather. The women confcrred the flrst and sccond desreps, and tho lec turer, Sister AiibIo Iteed, prescnted a program conslstlns of muslc, roadlngs, recitations nnd the farce, "The Bur glar Alarm." Members wcro present from Protective Orange. Tho Judges on the program decidod In favor of tho women. The thlrd and fourth dCBrees wlll bo conferrcd at tho next mectinB on Doc. 1. DUMMERSTON HILL. Amy Worden and Ray Bettcrlcy aro ill wlth Jaundicp. The flrst slelBhrlde of the season In thls place was onjoyed Tuesday evenlng. Mrs. Frank White nnd son of Worces ter, Mnss., are at homo wlth her parcnts, Mr. and Mrs. G. It. Wheeler. Thero wlll be a meotlnB of the Woman's Chrlstlan Toniperaneo Fnlon nnd of tho Loyal Tetnperance I.eglon nt Mrs. G. It. Wheeler's Saturday ovenins, Nov 28. GREEN RIVER. Jonathan I'ctcrson of lleath was In town Monday. Mrs. A. C. Cllsbee, who hns been con flncd to the houso several wecks by 111 ness, is' lmprovinB. Levl Boyden hns flnlshed work for 11 E. Gatrs. Mr. Gates closed hls cldor Jelly mill last Saturday. Mlss Mnry Brnckott went Tuesday to Gardner, Mass., for a two weeks' vlslt wlth her sister, Mrs. 13. A. Stanley. John Thompson nnd fnmlly and Klwin Canedy of Greenfleld nnd Mrs. Mnrlon Thomas of Turners Falls spent Saturday nnd Sunday at D. M. Thompson's. Mr. Hutchinson, who leaspd tho C, S. DeWolf farm last spiing for two years, rnoved last week, wlth hls famlly, to tho north part of tho state. GUILFORD. Sorvlces wlll be held in Chrlst church Sunday, Nov. 29, at 2.30 p. m. WEST HALIFAX. Mrs. Martha Ballou Is very ill. Mrs. Geortjo Morton, jr., and Mrs. A. K. Powers are vlsltlng in town. The school directors are gettlng lum Uer to repalr tho villago schoolhouse. D. G. Taylor and Fred Cheney of Jack sonville aro puttlng ln tclephones this Week. Considernblo snow fell Tuesday, and travel seems to bo nbout etiually dlvlded between wheels and runners. Rev. L. W. Brlgham of Chlcago preach ed an interestlng and Instructlvo dls course to a large congregntlon at tho Unl versallst church last Sunday. Mr. Brlg ham wlll remaln wlth friends hero until nfter ThanksgivinB. When a youns man ho Hved hero, nnd has many friends and ncqualntances who are always glad to Blve hlm a good welcome and mako it pleasant for hlm to bo wlth us. Stlll Knocklng. St. Albans Messenger.J Says tho Montpelier Argus: "Brattleboro peoplo have Just dlscov ered that the mother of Mayor McClellan, of New York, was a natlve of thelr town. Thus another celebrity Is made a part of tho local hlstory of the town on the Con necticut." The Brattleboro contemporaries wlll do The MessenBer tho kindness to bcnr ln mlnd that thls paper dld not origlnnte thls little poko at thelr pardonablo local vanity. Tho Messenger used to poke, too, once upon a time, but it stopped in dcspalr when It was Informed that the bcautlful town of Brattleboro-on-the Swlne was on the point of clalmlng the whole of the book of Numbers ns tho llrst village dlreetory. Wlfe "I wlsh wo had a nlce largo country place, whero I could give a lawn party," Husband "Just for the pleasure of InvitlnE your friends, eh?" Wlfe "Well yea; and the pleasure of not lnvIUnB somo." Phlladelphla Press. JACKSONVILLE. Sovcrnt slclBhs wuro seen on tho streols Monday, Tho vlllnso schools aro hnvlns u vnca lon of two wepks. I,ast Sntutdny mortdnB wns tho coldest thls fnll, slx duBi'PPH abovo zoro, Nowoll IMko hns movcd to Sholburno Falls, Mnss., to spund tho wlnter. I Mrs. .tonnlo nrnlinm of OBdon, Utnh, Is vlsllliiB hpr parcnts, Mr. nnd Mrs. O. i D. KlnBsley. llov. Mr. Woodmnn, pastor of tho Con- , Brcgatlonnl churcli In Wilmington, oo- j cnplcd tho pulplt of tho Methodlst church 1 last Sunday ln oxchango wlth llov. Mr. ' Wells. l 1'cter Strnck, tho new Clmrlpmont stngo diiver, hns beBun hls vtotk, nnd moved hls fnmlly to thls plneo. Ho wlll livo In l'rcomnn Hnsors tcnonieiit. latuly occu- pled by tho ovorgreon Batliorcrs. lthotiKh nn ordor hns yot becn inndo by tho board of health, on accnunt of smnll pnx in WllmliiBton It is thouBht wle to Mipplnnte ns a pipcnullon ngalnst , the drondcd dlscnse, and to bo very cnre f ul nbout vlsltlnB whero It mny bo con tracled. Mrs. Charlotlp Tyler dlcd last Saturday and wns burlpd .Mondny. The funiTnl wns hold nt tho I'ulvorsalltt church, llev. U. Wells of WllmliiBton olllplntlnB. Tho , sprvlce wns nttended by n largo number of pcople, tpstlfying to tho regnrd in ulih'h Mrs. Tyler was held In tho com- munlty. Tho burlnl was ln the vlllnBe epinotpiy bosldu her husbnnd, Snm uol Tyler. llor only son, lleniy N., lms tho .syinpathy of tho coinmuiilly. Tho scholnrs In tho prlmnry school not nbsent duilng last tprm nro Gruce Mlt- choll, I.eon HnRcr, Kdllh llpiinctt, Hvn Lowe, Helon SprnRtie, Loulse Templc, Cnllsta lloberts, I-.rnest Pleree, Kunpr CuttliiB. Hjron SpniBuo, Milclrcd Spraguo and Ada Dalrymplc. Abspnt onp dny on account of slcknpss, Mvrtlo Woodard, Mabpl Woodard nnd Wllllnm I.owo. Three puplla whoso nliscnco wns not caiiscd by sl.-knpss aro Wllllnm Hnll, Mamle 13en- nott and Aildle I.owo. Although HpIph, Hron nnd Mlldrod Sprague wcro flvo mln titos lnto ono mornlnB (tho only Instnnce of tardlncss), they desorvo credlt for tho constnnt nnd fnlthful effort thpy havo mado to attend rcgularly during the en tlro year. JAMAICA. Mlss OIIvo Shumway Is spendlng tho vacatlon nt homo. J. Ij. Howard rcturned Saturday from a vlslt In Windham. Ilarry Knlfiht has attcnded tho storo thls wcek for D. Kddy. Tho ladles' ald mct last week wlth Mrs. McEwen and sewed for her. Mrs. F. D. Tucker wns at A. I.. How ard's Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Ballard spent ThanksgivinB at John Ballard's In Lud low. Mr. and Mrs. Davld Kddy went Tuesday to Shushan, N. Y., to spend Thnnksglv InB. A unlon ThanksBlvlnB servlco wns hold Thursday evenlng In the ConBreBatlonnl church. Commlttces for Chrlstmns exorclses were choson at the Baptlst Sundny school last Sunday. J. II. Allcn hns movcd from C. B. Alex nnder's to E. G. Plerce's houso nonr tho rallroad statlnn. Mrs. B. F. Howard went Monday to Boston to bo wlth her husband, who Is therc for mpdlcnl treatment. Tempernnee Sunday wns obpervcd by tlio Haptlst Sunday school lnst Sunday hy speclal oxerclses, takliiB tho place of the reRular lesson. An addrp's wlth stereoptlcon vlows wns bIvpii nt the CongreRntlonal church Sun day ovenlnB. The plcturos lll'istrntod the llfe of Chrlst. I'nstors Hartwell and Mc Ewen had the servlce In charge. The ladles' lnilustrlnl soclety mct Tups day wlth Mrs. F. C. BrlRham. Plans aro beinR made for an entertnlnmcnt vlth a "rememhrance tnblo" to como some tlme before Chrlstmns. The Chrlstlan Workers wlll hold nn nll day meotlnB at tho Baptlst church next Tuesday. An attractlvo proKram has been arranged and tho publlc Benerally nro Invlted to attend nll the servlces. Tho pnplls in tho lowpr depnrtmpnt of tho villago schools who hnd nn marks during last term were Mark McLenn nnd Llla Allcn. Thoso who hnd tardy marks but not nbsent mnrks wer I.oon Bcmls, Vlola Bcmls, Dcnny Leahy and Bufus Pratt. "Crockor's Best" llour Is the bpst. A. II. STAItK, Agcnt. EAST JAMAICA. Tho Warren, Itano and Blokor housos nro vacant. Mrs. Mnrtha Ilownrd Is vlsltlng old friends in thls plnce. A soclnblo and pound party wns neld nt tho Hlvcr schoolhouse Frldny evenlng. The rocelpts, $0, wlll go townrd tho fund for tlio organ. SOUTH NEWFANE. Noarly nll tho sehools in town wlll bo gln next Monday, Nov. 30. Tho lndles' nld sncloty wlll meet wlth Mrs. C. E. Perry Thursdny nfternoon of next wppIc. Thero wlll be n soclnblo ln the ovenlnB, to vhich nll aro Invlted. W. M. Ingram Is bulldliig a steam mlll on Stratton hlll, nnd wlll omploy several mon durlnB tho wlnter, ns ho hns bought a larso lot of standlng tliuber. Itov. J. H. l.lngley, imstor of the Bap tlst church, spent ThanksgivinB wlth hls famlly ln Worcester, Mass., nnd thoro wlll bo no preachlns servlco next Sun day. Sunday school at 11 o'cloek. Ono day last week whllo J. O. Metcalf was drlvlng from hls mlll to hls hotise tho blt broke and sllpped from tho horso's mouth, makliiB tho nnlmnl unmanaso able. Mr. Metcalf jutnpod from the wag on, fearlnB that ho would bo thrown out, and ono anklo was sprnlned. A Card. Wo, tho uiulersltrneil. do heieby ngreo to ie. fimdtlio inoiiey on n fiO-ioni lHttleol tlicene's Wnriiinted Syiup nf Tar If It fiillstoeuro your coimh or colil. Wu nlm guaranteo a " ceut bottlo to prove putisfuttory or money rcfuiid oil. Tlionins Pliiirinncy, Geo. K. Grceno, Ilrooks Houso l'linrmiicy, V. II. Holdcii & Co., Brat tleboro. .1. 1.. Btockwcll, West Brattleboro. E. A. Teiuple & Co.. Jacksonville. M.H.Miimi, llinwlnle. N. II, W, 8, Holland, Townshend. Ilurlier llnitliers. We.it Townshend. N, M. Ilutcheliler, Newlune. C. 13. Park, A. M. Merritleld, AVIIIIamsvlllo. W.fi. Iliilliulny, Knst Dover. A. H. Sniltli, .Iimmlcu. K. Ij. Wliei'ler, Wardsboro. Hrown & Hydcr. West Wardsboro. A. M. Coreer, M. G. Willltmis, Putney, Vt. For Over Slxty Yeara. Mra. Wlnslow's Soothlng Syrup hns been used for over C0 years by mllllons of mothera for thelr chlldren whlle teethlng wlth perfect success. It soothes tho chlld, softens the Rums, nllays paln, cures wlnd collc nnd Is the best remedy for dlarrhooa. It wlll rellevo tho poor little suffcrer Im medlately. Sold by nll drugglsts In every Cart of the world. Twenty-llve cents a ottle. Be suro and ask for " Mrs. Wlns. low's Soothlng Syrup," nnd tako no other KlflU, OASTOIIIA. ; Ihe Kind You Have Always Boipt y Ihe Kind You Have Always Bought OASTOHIA. t lhe Kind You Have Always Boupil SOUTH LONDONDERRY. Mrs. It. A. Hoss roccntly dlslopnted hor wrlst by a fnll In tho wondshod. Mrs. M. Hownrd of TorrhiBton, Conn., is vlsltliig hor sons nt I,. T. Utndmnn's. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. K. l.oe of Siiringflpld, Mnss., nro gucsls nt 11. 8. Ooddard's thls week. Mon nro cuttlng Chrlstmns trees In thls vlcinlty, nnd liavo nlreudy shlppcd Hovornl carlonds. Wniroii llonld of Brattleboro hns movcd lnto the Baldwln houso nnd Is n clork ln 1.. T. l.andmnn's storo. Tlio hcIidOI In tho litKhcr dopnrtmont In thls vlllnBe flnlshed tts fnll term on Wcd nosdny nnd boglns lts wlnter term noxt Monday. T. F. Smlth, n brakemnn on tho mlxcd trnlu, was injured whllo coupllng ciu.s nt Wlnhnll slatlon on Monday. It Is bcllcvcd nt tho present timo thnt hls condltlon Is not very serlous. Unlon ThanksBlvlnB servicos wero held at thu Methodlst church on Wednesday ovcninB. Tliore woro uddresses by ltev M. II. Smlth, ltev. F. E. Coburn nnd A. J. . Allen, wlth muslc by tho cholr nnd by tho school chlldren, under tho dlroctlon of Mnry I'lerce. Tho drnmntlc club gnvo nn exhlbltlon nt the town hnll on Tuosday ovenlng, when they prescnted tho drnma, "Tho Old VlrKlnla Hcrmit," to a woll-niled liouso. It wns llnely rcnderod nnd gave good satlsfnellon. It wns followed by an oyster supper and dance. Tho muslc was furnlshod by Vnlle ,t Parker's bHiid. MARLBORO. George Illshop is spendlng tbo week In Athol, Mnsi. Mlss Allco Whltnoy hns returnod from Noilh Adnms. Mlss Nelhe Prouty, who Is tonchlnB In Wilmington, cnmo homo Monday. Tho schools uio closed on nccount of tho caso of smnll pox. W. E. Klng was ln town Sundny. For mnny years Mr. Klng was the leador of the church cholr hore, and nt the closo of tho monilng servlco sanB "Tho Iloly Clly." All were glad to hear hlm aBaln. NEWFANE. Mrs. Honry Downs left on Wednesday to spend tho wlnter el.sewhcre. Mrs. M. Cushman of Rochester. N. Y., Is at Mrs. Tuthlll's for tho wlnter. Tho usual Thursday ovenlnB mcetlng was turncd lnto Thanksglvlng servlco. Mr. nnd Mrs. Wells Hlhlrcth of West Brattleboro nro at Mr. and Mrs. Warren Hlldreth's. Tho villago school taught by Mlss Hor tenso Swltzer of West Townshend wlll opcn on Monday. II. J. Batchelder spent Thanksglvlng dny In South Londonderry, wlteie hls wifo lias spent tho week. C. S. Wllson nnd son, GeorBc, wlll be filn work next wook for the S. A. Smlth company In Brattleboro. Mlsses Brown. Plerce, Wcllmnn, nnd Wllcox. puplls at I.elnnd & Gray Som lnary. nro nt homo for tho ThanksgivinB vnontlon. Old home folks nbout tho country cnn tlilnk of thls locnllty ns basklnB in tho sunshtno of zero wenther on ThanksBlv Ing mornlnB. Mrs. nickmnn Hldor of Marlboro, who sH'iit tho woek wlth her pnrents, Mr. nn.l Mrs. Cnrponter. wns Jolned liy her hus band on Tlinnksglving day. The Kenny famlly, IncludlnB Mr. nnd Mrs. Albort Austln and rhlldren of Brookllno, asfombled nt Mrs. II. S. Keh ny's for TlinnksBlvliiB dlnnor. Prlncliml Carlton D. Howe, nlllimiRh able to leavo tho Mary Fletcher hospltal at Burlington for hls bonrdlnB plnco ln Esox Junctlon, was prevontpd by a vore attack of rheumatlsm from oomlnB liome thls week. A lull.iliy concort bIvpii on Tupsdny ovinliiB by tho Chlldron's Homelnnd nimy was a novelty in lts progrnm nnd well rpnileroil, plenslng a good-slzed nudlenco, and the resultlnfi offorlnB for mission work was encouraBing. pvonty attondt-d tho sesslon of tho CoiiBroBatlonal Sundny school on the 2Jd, makliiB ono of the bost records of tho yonr. Tho offorinB for the chlldren's ThanksBlvlnB dinnor in Boston wns ln kocplilB wlth tho splrlt of tho week. Tho Clulstlan Endoavor soclety will hold a salo of ueful nnd fancy nrtlclos durliiK tho ovonliiB of Dec. t nt tho vos try, nnd a cbipkon plo supper wlll bo sorvoil from C to T.30 o'cloek. Tho ob jeot ls worthy, nnd nll patronnge wlll be npprcclntod. Tho Hnmolnnd clrclp wlll hold a publlc meetlnp Sunday ovenlng at the Congrogn tlonal church In dlscusslon of tho toplc. "Tlio nogro In IMR and 1013." Bosldes tho pnrts of two mlnlstPrs several mon nnd women nrp oxpeclod to speak brletly on phnsPB of thls subject which nro now ex Itlng the attontlon of our country. WILLIAMSVILLE. The Tom Thumb Weddlnrj. Tho entortnlnmpnt bIvpii by tho Junlor members of the Y. P. C. U. nt School house hnll, Frldny ovcninB was a doclded houso hnll Frldny nlsht wns a decidod suc cess. Whilo all dld well, Lottie Wllll ims as Brldget nnd Mnrlon Sherman as "Daddy" Oates deserve speclal montlon. Tho prct tlest foaturo of tho ovenins was the Tom Thumb weddlns. Promptly nt S.CO o'cloek. to tho stralns of tlio brldal maich from "I.olioiigrln," playpd by Mlss Florpnco Dlcklnon, tho nsslstant supcrlnteiidont, tho little llower girl. Mlss Huby Sparks. drossed In whlto. witli a baskrt of llow ers, and nccompanled by the rlng-boarer. Mnstor Blchard Adnms, also drcsd In white, appeared. Next cnme the brlde. Mlss Iluth Sparks, drcssed in dninty whlto muslln, wlth traln and vell, nnd carrylng whlto llllos. loanlng upon the nrm of Mastor Ulchard Wlieeler, tho brldesroom. The brldrsmald, Mlss Mary Adams, woro white muslln over plnk. wlth n traln. and carrled carnatlons. Sho wns nccompanled by tho best mnn, Mns ter John Sparks. Tho rlnB servlce was performed In pantomlmo by Mnster Aaron Whlto, under nn nrch of cverBreens, from which was suspended a nlcklo horso shoe As tho llrst nntes of tho weddlne march from Mcndlessohn sounded tho brldnl party turned nnd recelved the chpcrs of the nudlence, showlns how well thelr ef forts were nppreclated. Tho procceds of tho ovenins, over $11, wlll go townrds the educatlon of tho llttlo Japancso Junlor Suyo whom the Junlors aro educatlns. Tho steam mlll was closed for Thanks givinB. Herbert Sparks, Jr has been spendlng a few days wlth relatlves here, Mrs. Thomas Morso Is 111. Her daugh tcr, Mrs. Hattlo Roess, Is caring for hcr. Amos Stratton ls homo from the Mont pelier somlnary for a two weeks vaca tlon. Mrs. G. B. Lamb wns called to Hoosac Tunnel, Mass., Saturday by tho serlous Ulness of her cousln. Mr.i. Granger, witusu jiusuauu uiea a iow weeKs ago. Mlss Allco Elmer, daughter of Hon. Fred C. Elmer, of Clevcland, Ohlo, nnd granddaughter of N, B. Perry of thls place, is attcndlng a BChool of sclcnce In Boston. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. H. Newton and daugh ter, Elslo, nnd C. II. Dlcklnson of Wnl llnsfoid, Conn., were at tho homo of thelr parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Dana Dlcklnson, for Thanksglvlng. Owlng to the bad weather Monday even lng tho lecturo glven by Mr. Perry was not well nttended. The plctures wero the flnest of Vermont scenery, nnd ought to make us proud of our stato. Mr, nnd Mrs. Nathan Perry left for Brattleboro Sunday mornlng, and wlll start for Syracuse, N, Y., thls week, where they wlll spend Thanksglvlng. They wlll go to nochester for Chrlstmns, and to Cloveland, Ohlo, for New Year's. H Yeast " Aro tho rtlch'a well connect ed?" CrimBonbenk " Oh, yes; they've got n telephone, flre alarm and pollce call in tho house." Tonkora Statesman. TOWNSHEND. Mlss Llndsloy Is tcnchlng ln tho Bruco dlstrlot. Mrs. Wntermnn Is boardlng wlth Mrs. Jntio Dorry. Mlss Ilesslp llnrdy sppnt Sundny wlth Itiihy Slobblns. lloth chiirplies Iinvo tnken tho llrst slops townrd Chrlstmns. Mrs. Hort Morso vlslled her slstcr, Mrs. j Fred Smltii, lnst woek. j Morrlll IIodKklns of Wells Hlvcr spont I Sunday at 11. D. Phllllps's. I Mrs. Ellzabolh Lawrenoe Is vlsltlnB hcr ! sister, Mrs. Hoynl Sntiderson. t A. F. Hyde of Southborn, Mnss., Is vls ItltiB hls unclo, E. II. Fesscndon. Mrs. Wnltor Oaks of Athens vlsltcd Mrs. 15. It. Batchelder lnst week. Clnrk Aldrlch nf Westiiiorelnnd. N. II., Is vlsltlnB hls slstor, Mrs. Wlll Spnrks. Mrs. Cnrrlo Smllh of SprliiBfleld, Mnss., ls visltins her nunt, Mrs. Fred Wlllnrd. Wllllnm Aldrlch of Londonderry vlsltcd hls brothcr, Hussell Aldrlch, lnst week. Tho Dorcng Gulld wilt havo n snle nt tho ncndomy hall Wednesday evonltifi, Doc. 2. Frank Jnckson Poltor nf New York clty wns n vlsltor last wcck nt Dr. A. D. Nash's. Tne next GrnnB" meotlntj will nnt bo untll Doc. I, when thoro wlll bo olootlon of ofllprrs. Mrs. Inez HlodBett has returnod from CHinhrldgoport, whpro sho Iihb boon cnr Inn for the slck. Mlss Jonnlp Bomls, '0R, will tench In Westminster thls wlnter. nnd Albort Klm bnll. '01. In Bondville. ' Mr. Strnck has liought the stnBP routo from Japksonvillo to Charlemont. Hls homo will bo In Jacksonville. Mls Abby Follott Is homo from Weston, whero sho hns boen tpnohlns thls fnll, nnd her slstpr, Mrs. Walter Austln, rcturned wlth hcr. Tho Whlto nuctlon took place lnst wwok on Tuesday, nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Whlto will return to Athol, whero they llvcd beforo rutnltiK to thls plnce. Mlss Etta Hobart Is spcndlnB her va catlon from her school thls fnll In Guil ford nt homo wlth her slstor, Amclla, who hns recently como from Boston. Tho Iladassah loaguo will servo a chlcken-plo supper In tho church vestry Dec. 11. A metnory tnblo wlll contaln nrtlcles for snle j;lvcn by nbsent friends. Guy Austln, who went to Boston a few months nfio to lenrn the Ixirbcr's trado, hns lcnrned the Work. nnd Mr. Hnll hns mnde hlm so good nn offer to stay wlth hlm thls wlnter that ho has declded to remaln In town. The Dorcas Oulld will hold a snlo of fancy nnd useful nrtlclos nt Somlnary hall Wednesday ovenins, Dec. 2. There will also bo a lunch tnblp. The DaiiBh ters of Dnrras plnn to hold a sale In cnnneetlon wlth the Dorcns Gulld. Mrs. Mnry S. Morgan Bnvo a very In torestlng nccount of hcr trlp nbroad to the W. C. T. U. world's convontlon In Goneva, Switzerland. lu June. from notos that sho took durlns hpr absonce. Tho Whlto Illhlion quartot of thls place sans one telectlon. Mlss Allco M. I.nne of Llmerlck, Mc, has been enBaRod to teaoh at the sem Inary durlnB the wlnter term. Mlss Lnno brlngs to hor work suocpssful pxperlonco ns a tenchpr nnd nood iuallllcatlons. hnv lns studled nbroad to perfect hcrself ln lnr work. S'np taught under Prlnclpnl Ilarthorne In hls former place of work. Tho B.iptist Woman's Forelgn and Homo Mlsslonary soclety held an Inter pstlns meotliig In tho vestry of tho church on Thursday nfternoon. Tho sub Joct wns Mormnnlsm. Each ono prespnt rond from lenflots nsslgned by tho com mlttoo on prognims, Mrs. Bood nnd Mrs. Blond. Tho progrnms for ench. meotlnB nro furnMied by tho J-oclety In Boston, nnd nre Instructlvo ns well ns IntcrestlnB. Tho Womnn's Chrlstlan Temporanco Unlon mct wlth Mrs. Kenyon Saturday aftornoon. Tho GothonburB systom nr stnte control of tho llquor trnlllc was the toplc tnken up. The prespnco of Mrs. G. E. Davldson, stnte W. C. T. I. socre tary. nnd of Mrs. Mnry S. Morgan, county socrotnry and suporlntendent of the stato pross dopnrtmont, added gront Intorest to tho mpotlnR. Emory Jonos losnn work the 16th of Septombor wlth hls throshlng machlno nnd llnlshod work the past week. Whllo golns through Grafton woods with thls machlne and tho lioy who hus assistod hlm, ho mct n deor In tho road, nnd whllo ho was thtnkliiB It would turn and so the oiher. wny It Ixgnn to cllmb up the bank nnd nftorward came round to the bak of hls wiiBon. Aftor ho had gono n little dlstanoo ho mot n young bear, whicli be thlnks was nfter the deor aml thls ac counted for tho nctlons of tho deor. Mr. Jonos nnd nn rlllr with hlm. A very succoxsful term nf the somlnary clospil lnst Frldny. ln tho ovenlng tho eonior clnss nrosonttHl the play, "lincer Gold," with tho east of chnrnctcrs as publlshCHl last woek. To montlon ono per son who took pnrt moro thnn tho othors would bo nn Injusticp, ns all tho pnrts wero well dellvered and rollocted srent credlt upon Mrs. Greenlenf. the eloeutlon tonchor, wiio hnd tho play In charge. Mr. Sprague. ns Nnthan Bardwoll was very reallstlc and Glpsy was n snurco of en Jiiyment. Mike nnd Joo ndded to the Ifghtor sldo. Muslc wns furnlshed by tho f-emlnary orchestra. Princlpal Harthorno has nrrnngcd for a coursc of lecturps to bo glvpn hore thls wlnter. Tho followlng Is tho 11st of spcak ors and the dates: Dec. 11, Prof. Annah Mny Soulo, Mt. Holyoke CoIIoro, "Tho Industrlal Hovolutlon"; Dec. is, llov. Bradley Gllmnn, Springfleld, Mnss., "An Author's Iteadlngs"; Jnn. 15, Mlss HolPnn T. Ooesmann, Amhorst, Mnss., "Homes In Forelgn Lands"; Jnn. 29, ltev. W. W. Bnnney, Hartford, Conn., subject to ho nrranBcd. As thero is conslderablo exponso connccted with thls course, nnd It is deslred to make tho courso frce, It Is hoped that nll wlll bo thlnklng se rlously of how to ald tho good causp. TopNotch ButterScotch hut Pr o t.;,DUUCf6COtcIl'male ia a neTray; abetter butter scotch Uian you ever tasted. Better because it is some. Try the followlng recipe and test tts rcal goJdnei Kgro CORN SYRUP is i rlecidedly preferable to ony tue consumpr with oil V, measure has accumulated is proiccieu py atrtignt, friction-top tins, which nnt llo nnln... , -. wuuu, iuv, OORN PROOUOTS OO., naw TorK an WEST TOWNSHEND. Lleut. Raymond E. Wlswell. Haymond H. Wlswell, who dled nt hls hoine nonr lirldgeport, Aln., Nov. 11, wns ti nntlvo of Windham county, hnvlng been bnni in Athens, Mnroh 20, 1'2". Ho wns ho thlrd chlld of Selh nnd Snlly (nionson) Wlswoll. IIIs fntlipr wns n tnnnor and carrloil oti tho businpss In compnny wlth Attomus Boutwell, liolow whero John Oakus llvos. Hls fnlhor dlod when ho wns four yonrs old. nt wiileh tlme ho wont to llvo In tlio fam lly of hls unrln, Snmuol Wlswell, of Townshotid, with wlinm ho llvcd untll h" wns ls, rppplvlng hls eduoatlon ln tlio publlo srhools nnd Lelnnd nnd Grny Sem Innry. At the uge of ls ho wont ln Bos ton to work In n wholpsnlo lonther nnd hldo storc, but not llking the buslnoss ho took up carponlprlriB. workliiB on tho Vermont & Mnss ichusetts rnllrond some tlme, nnd then snttllns In Arlington. Vt. Aftor n fow yjnrs ho movcd to Glens Fnlls, N. Y., followliiB tho buslness of n contrnctor. Tho Browing clty of t:hlo ngo offprlns bpltor Induopments, ho re movcd to thnt plnco, whero ho workcd nt hls trndo nnd ongnsod In the mnnu facturo of bllllnrd tnbles. Enrly In tho clvll war ho offerod hls snrvlcos to hls country, and rooelvod n oommlsslon ns sppond lloutpniint, serving ns nld on tho stnff of (3cn. Itoseenins nnd other B"n oruls. WIipii the flrst reglinent of rnllPd Stnlos oiiBlnocrs wns orgnnlzed ho wns commlsslnned n first lleuton.mt nnd plncod upon dptnchpd duty, hnvlns rlnrsi of tho wntor wnrks of Nnshvlllp. T' nn I'pon tho cnpturo of Hrldiiopnrt, Al i . Iie wns plnced in charKe of fnrtillontlon-4 from that place to Chattnnoogri, hnldlns thls posltiou untll tho closo of tho war. when It was decidod to bulld nntlmi.il opmctprios In which to bury tho i.ildl rx who hnd fnllen during the w.ir Ho was then npimlntpd supprlntondent of Marlettn, Ga., cptneterj'. nnd upon the completlon of tho work wns mado ns slstnnt supprlntondent lu bulldlng tho ono nt Chnttniioosn. Mr. Wlswell wns hold In hlgh cstcpm by nll who kncw hlm, nnd although liv ins In n Democratlc communlty nnd hold lng ltopubllcnn prlnclplcs, ho held many posltlons of trust. On bclng musteicd out of tho servlce In 1SC5 ho marrlod Bpt tie Jamos of Cnrpentcr, Ala , who dlod Aug. 20, last. Sevcn chlldren woro born to thcm, four of whom survlve. Ho wns tho brolher of Mrs. Snrah C. Carr of West Townshend, who Is tho only sur vlvor of the famlly. Ho mnde a short vlslt ln thls vlcinlty ln 1SC3. In hls soclal relatlons ho wns senlal. nnd In hls fam lly n kind husband nnd lovlng father. WARDSDORO. On nccount of ThanksgivinB week school dld not begln as was expected. It will begln noxt Monday wlth Mrs. Briggs teaeher. Mrs. Mariah Johnson, who has been In Brattleboro thrco weeks, has rcturned homo. Hor two dnughters aro homo to spend thelr vacatlons. The dlscount on taxes explrcs Dec. 11, and the treasurer wlll bo at South Wards boro Dec. 7 nnd nt West Wardsboro Dec S to accommodato tho tax payers In thoso pnrts of tho town. Mrs. Althea Terrell of Brattleboro cnmo Saturday nlsht to her slster s, Mr l.uther Eames's. acconipanled by hcr father, II. C. Bemls. Tho A. '.. club hold thelr annual sup per Thursday ovenins and It w.is enjoyod by n largo number of peoplo. Music on a phonograph and gnmes completed the evenlng's entertnlnmont. Tho A 7. club mct Thursday aftornoon. Nov. ltf, nt Unlon hall to colebrate thelr soeond nnnlversary, and to rcorganlze. Tho ninounl tnken throush the year 1902 03 wns JK.;.0. amount payod out J113.4S, lenvlns J3o.Sfl in tronsury. The past year galnod 155.25 over tho yonr provlous. We hope for ns gwid n roort the present yonr. Olllcors choson woro as follows: l'resldont. Mlss Cnrilo B. Wliltcomb; vloe prcsldynt. Mrs. C E. Morgan; secretary and treasuror, Mlss Carrlo L. Ware; dl rcctors. Mrs. C. A. Briggs, Mrs. II. E. Howard. Mlss Anglo Knight, Mrs. Pler son Knapp, chaplnln, Mrs. C. W. Martln; onminlttee of cntcrtninment. Mrs. A. L. Wheelor. Miss Carrlo 1.. Waro. C. E. Mnrsan. Mrs. Edlth Brlglinm (illed her nlllco as "grandma nf the cluli" so suc tossfully tho past year that sho wns giv on tho s.11110 ollloo for the present year. 1 The cohweb sotial was a success. H. E. Knight gave n reading. Muslc was furnlshed by John Martln, which was very I much enjoyed, aftor which gumes were playeil; 10.3j was tnken. The noxt meetins will bo Doc. 3, wlth Mis. Fred Undei wood. WARDSDORO CENTRE. School Ifpgan Mondny with Merlo Wil- lls teaeher. The puiills In dlstrlct No. I (Podunk) ' taught by Mrs. Jamos Courscr. availcd J thomselves of the uso of Dexter's hnll . for an entertaliimont last Frlday evpning. i The progrnm was interestlnB throUBh ! out, nnd somo of the tablonux wero amus ' ing. Mrs. Johnson, school suporlntendent, spoke brl-lly. cnnimendlng tho work of ( tonchor nnd puplls. Mrs. Courscr will contlnue to teach during tho wlnter. j Wllllnm P. Knno. 22, of Waterbury. I dlod Nov l'J, from tho effocts nf an In- tornal lnjury sufferod nt Boxbury n week ; provlous whlle ho was rldlng In tho ' bumpors of a froight traln. Kane was ' out on bnll nwaltlng trial on n chargo of havliiB foigod tho namo of hls fathor-ln-1 law, Joseph Mlnor, to n note. It Is nl lescd thnt ho sohl ono of Mr. Mlner's cows nnd wlth tho money mnde n trlp to Boston. llo bocamo strnnded thoro and In oider to reaoh homo was obllgcd to "Jump" frclght trnlns. It is not known just how ho -was Injured. Ho sald ho was very cold nnd for a momcnt lot go hls hold on tho trucks, when tho traln wns pulllng lnto Hoxbury, fell nnd wns badly brulsed. Ho wns kopt over nlght In thnt town nnd tho next day renclicd Waterbury. Ho leaves n wifo nnd infant chlld. other syntps, which come to Jt nince its last use. Karo Corn 1 . ' " ajc unu 50c, at grocera. Ohloago. Gonvenience m. M lu Andcs Stovcs nnd Rnngca nrc iticorporatcd nll rcal im provcniciits all that jnake a slovc or range more conven iciit, cconotnical or durable. cmbody many convenloncos not rband In other mnkos. AHAndea constructlon works townrd tho or ond, of muklng stovcs nnd raugcs thnt for practlcnl ojierut Ingquulltlos cannot bosurit.ssed. Your local dtolcr wiN bo glad to show you tbo Andcs Llno. PHILLIPS & CLARK ST0VE C0., CENEVA. N. Y. PLENTY I.t rrinR I trltd Vtt'' Pcrftcitd Poultry Fond, and the result was I received TWhNTY-btVLN Dl'ZLN LGoS tkoM IWtUK Hk..NS IN ONE MONT1I. Mrs. K. ULGOR, Monkton, Vt. Ijt Dccember I commenced tu '"d TaRe's PtrffCttd Poultrr Food. At thit tlme 1 aj gctling Irom fihcen hen tx to elRht eRHperday. Alterfetding It ten dars my lien becan to layfrnm tele to hlteen tgjl per dijr, ana HAVE KEPTON LAVING up to tlie treserjt time. 0. 1!. HADWIN, Dasdv, Vt. I am pleased to tij that Page's Perfected roultrj Food ha proved Tenrsatisbctory. Tlie fol cat It witli avidlty. Intreaied produition ot eg very pruuounctd, nd so ci.mplete Is the food In supplying tliose elemenn rtquircd for Uylng hens '.nat EVLRY EGG HAS A GOOD MKOMi btU.LL ar.d the f.ock c-ntm-tinue heahhy and in Rood condi ion. I shall contlnue to use it as a nutier of profit throuRh sjvinr of other feed, a ' can rtcommend it t.ialluho ketp poultry as a ry desirable food. J. W. GOODLLL, Uurlinoton, Vt. I hate sold several different klnds of pouhry tnod and find ynurs lo be the best I everVild. Mnce I commenced tosell it I HAVE HAD liOUMLETHh Nl M IIKROF EGGSbrouRhtto my store. Mycustomers all seem ell pltaed nhit. It is thecheapest aud best, and if poultrymen would Je more they would get more eggs. IOEL T. NICHOLS, South Wallingford, t. I soon sold the first barrelof Page's Perfected Poultry Food. and havecomrrerced on the sccond. Some of mycustomers are sendingalong tay alter it. Hieysay it PREVENTS HENS FRCM F. ATING THhlR Et.GS. JOHN TAYLOR, Hakev Station, N. I). I have used Page's Perfected Poultrv Food for two or th. e rears !th r d re sults. All nfmvpalrons seem ell pleaed Wlth it. I DOS'T HES1TA1L TO RECOMMEND II' tupoultryrnen asanrst-claa eggproducer. J, r. lt,,Al, AHTKIM, ,11. Plfe's Perfected Pnnltry Food ls a creat thing to matce bcns lay. We advie everr ,me who is in the poullpr buines I" trj i(. as we believe it has NO FQL'AL AS AN KCli PPO IJL'CF.K. I.. A. THOMAS & bON, Roxbcky, Me. I have used Tage's Perfected Ponhrr Food for mt hens the pat winter. Never had Ihem lay so manv cjc in the wintir before. Mycustomers all Mi--K WU I. F IT and waot more. C. L. IILIb.S, HicntoRU, Vt. . thinlc Page's Perferted Poul'rr F"nd Is the het egr-nm-docingfuod I have eer used. l-Hi't I.L' LlkK IO sbl.L IT FOR YOU At.MN t e tn..t fa ALO.SVO 1 Ak.Ml.K, Knowlton, P. Q. Make Money BY Saving Money. Tlilf old fa-hionod rule Is ns Miroito day.ieer. lly usins Electric Power, youdoit. It i the oheipot nnd lK-t pouor known. ("lioiiiot tn intnl, mo-t continiiiUMl t.i tierate, iorf'tly sale, ulwnj" ro.n'.y; nn ve.nv tn pny tocnsl noer nr lliviiian; only it turn nf tlio owitdi. Wecan funii'li nny nmnuiit wnnttHl. fnnn nnu-oUIitli bnoe power upwaid nt lon'onablo rutc. 4V."li BRATTLEBORO GASLIGHT CO., Office 6, Crosby Block. It Will Gost Only One Cent To buy n postnl card and send to the New York Trlbune Parmer. New York Clty, for n frce spoclmon copy. The New York Tribune Fnrmer Is a N'atlonal Illustrated Agrlcultural Weekly for Parmers nnd thelr faml lles, nnd KVHUY Issue contalns mat ter Instructlvo nnd entertalnlng to EVEHY member of the famlly. The prlce Is J1.00 per yonr. Tho prlce Is $1.00 per year. but by speclal arrange ment with the pub llshers It will be furnlshed in combi nntion wlth The Phoanlx at a nominal prlce. ' The Phoenlx, Trlbune Farmer, 1.50 $1.50 Both papers one year only $1.75 Thls ofTer ls open to all advance-payinB subscribers. Send your order and mon to THE PHCENIX. Brattleboro, Vt. Scci7'ching. To overy organ of tho body, To cvcry nook and crnnny TIII5 VW.I& CAI.LEl) Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills, 25c, Will Go. No other pills so senrchlng, No other pills so good for spriiiKclcanliiB, Uomeinlier "WiiKht's," For sale by GEO. E. GREENE, Drutrglst, Ilrattlebnro. Vt. GEO. S. WILLIS, Successor to A. F. Wilder, Mnnufacturci' of Wood Coat, Pant and Sklrt Hangers llook Cnis, uesks nnd IMcttiro Kramcs. General Jobblng in Wood Work. Grand Andes THE RANGE THAT WORKS WHERE OTHERS FAIL 0 EGGvS Central Vermont Railway Co. Southern Dlvlslon. Kffpctivo October 11. 1003. Tralns leavo Brattleboro as follows: 5.23 n. m. dslly for Springlleld, week days for New York. 7 23 a. m. weok days for New London; connects at Mlllers Falls for Troy, at l'almer for Boston. 7:30 a. m. week days for South London derry. y:07 a. m. week days for Springfleld and New York. 10.15 a. m.. week days for Mlllers Falls and Boston. 2:27 p m. week days for Springfleld and Now York. 4:35 p. m. week days for New London and Now Y'ork vla. Norwich Lne stoamers; cnnnects at Palmer for Bos ton. 1:33 p. m. dally for Springfleld and New Y'ork. 3:5t p. m.. Sunday only for Springfleld nnd New Y'ork. 5:45 p. m. weok days for South London derry. Subject to chanse without notioe E. II. FITZIH'GH. Vlco Presldont a"d rtenernl Mannser. J. E. BENTLEY. General P.iss.nger Asent. Boston & Maine Railroad Co. WINTEB ARRANGEMENT. In effect Oct. 11, 1003. Tralns lenvo Brattleboro, northboinl 11:03 n. m. for statlons to Windsor. 1 . caster, St. Jnhnsbury, Newport. S'' r brooko, Montreal, vla. C. P. Hy . Q ie bcc. BurliiiBton, St. Albans and M n treal. 2:30 p. m., Montrenl oxpress. 5:20 p. m. White P.ivcr Junctlon passen Ber. 10:15 p. m. nlght oxpress. Dally. i:a n. m., fcunday paper traln to Wind sor, SOUTHBOUND. For Nnrthampton, Ilnlyoko nnd Sprlrg fleld, 5:23 n. m., 9:07 a. m., 2 27 p m., 1:33 p. m., (dnlly). Also 3:31 p. m. (Sundays only.) D. J. FLANDERS, Gen'I Passenger nnd Tickct Asent MERCHANT & MINERS TRANSPORTATION CO. Stcniiishlp I.ltios Iletwccii BOSTON, NORFOLK AND BALTIMORE, Best Route to Washington, Richmond and All Points South. Four Salllngs Weekly. Accninniodntfous and niilne uniiipii9scd. Tickcts nn sale nt II. & M. It. II. otlk-o. Sond fnrillustratedbnoklet and lnres. A. Jl. (IHAIIAM, Agent. Ilosion. Mf.. THE PHOENIX FOR 1904. The Phcenlx wlll be sent to new sub scribers from Nov. 1st till Jan. 1, 1905, for $1.50, the regular yearly prlce. CURES A GOLD IN ONE UAtf CURES GRIP IN TWO DAYS THI8 BIGNATUIIB 1 tH MUST Ari'EAK 0N EVERY BOX OF THE 0ENUINE I1 10 Flat St., Brattleboro.