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THE VERMONT PIICEN1X, BRATTLEBORO, FRIDAY, NOVKMBISR 27,
"BALL BAND" GOODS BEST FOR FARMERS, LUMBERMEN, QUARRYMEN. I 8 1IK xnx i i' vvV1', Ball Band Rubbcr Boots aro unsurpnsscd. They aro perfect fitting, and thoy woar longcst becausc they contaln morc purc rubbcr than any other goods of thclr klnd. 1 I Our 18-inch "LAWTON" Duck Rubbor, with leather top. We also have them with 12 inch and 8 inch tops. This is the season when all outdoor workers require the very best protection f or their f eet, both f or wear and f or warmth. There is no class of heavy-weight Rubber and Felt Goods made f or this purpose in this or any other country equal to the " BALL BAED.n In Rubber Boots, Rubber Shoes, Arctics, Knit Boots, Socks and Leggins Ball Band stands for The Best Materials, The Best Wear, The Best Fit, The Greatest Warmth, The Best Value in every respect. BALL BAND GOODS ARE NOT MADE BY A TRUST Throughout New England Ball Band goods hold a clear lead over all competing brands. Outdoor workers will serve their own comfort, and protect their pock et books if they will keep this fact in mind and always call for the Ball Band goods and insist on having them. SOLD BY ALL LEADING NEW ENGLAND RETAILERS. Look for the Red Ball in the trademark. A full line always carried in our own retail store. dunha: Sole Wholesale Agents for New England. This Is the Ball Band " Coon Tail" boot and Duck Perfectlon. A gcnuino knlt boot, madc with a perfect snow excludcr. Best selllng comblnatlon on the market. BRATTLEBORO, VERMONT. Ball Band Rubbcr Boots arc madc in both Duck and Gum, and In heavy and light wcights, to meet all rcquircmcnts I i : 1 - BELLOWS FALLS NEWS. Paper Machlnes Shut Down. Ortlers wero roceived early lu tlie week by Supt. Ililey of the Internatlonal Paper company to sliut down paper machlnes Nos. 1, 3, 4 and 5, for llio present. This order took effect Wednesday afternoon. This comprises all of what Is known as tho "news sido" of tho mlll. The shut ting down is somethlng which has nuver occuired before. tlie niaclilnes belng those tliat havo always been rushcd to their greatest capnclty. Tho wnter in tlio Con necticut Is very low at tho present tltne and this is given as n renson for tho or ders, tlie company kceplng up tlie pro ductlon of pulp. I'sually whqn the water is low tho pulp dep.utment Is tho one to bo stopped. As this order comes slmllta neously with orders at other polnts to stop news machines tho rcal rcason is probubly an overstoek of nowspaper on band. Tlio Oreat Northern company of Maino havo shut down temporarlly also, and as they aro sharp compotitors of tho Internatlonal it indlcates nn nRreoment to dccreaso tho production. Tho order stands at present to start up agatn In two weeks. Mrs. Georgo II, Stono will spend tlio wlnter with friends in Rutland, She la golng there next week. An enjoyahlo social was givcn by tho Order of tho Eastern Stnr at tho homo of Mrs. W. O. Kemp Frlday evcning. About 00 membcrs wero present. At the unlon tcmperance meetlng last Sunday evenlns at tho Baptlst church Itevs. Hooper, Juckson, Stocklng and Sherburne made short nddresses. Tlio prlnclpal trend of tho meetlng was the dls cussion and conslderation of the iuestlon of providliig a reading and gamo room In which tho young raen in town may spend their evenlngs. A large commltteo was appolnted, of which Fred II. Babbltt is cbalrman, to investlgate the subject and report at a futuro meetlng. Wllllam Nlms, about 45, who camo hero aome years ugo from Keene as a mem ber of tho firm of Ladd & Nlms, proprl etors of the Commercial House, died at Hotel Windham Wednesday nlKlit. Ile Ieft no immedlato famlly exeept brothors and slsters ln Keene, to which placo the body was taken Thursday morning. Mr, Nims has been employcd slnco last sprlng as bartonder In tho saloon of Danlel Beaseley. IIo wns at his work until last Baturday, when he was taken 111 with pneumonla, which wns tlio causo of his death. Yesterday the managers of Ilotel Wind ham furnished Tlianksglvins dinner to nea:ly 100 members of local famlllcs. Tho dlnncr for tho dlfferent famllles was served at 1 o'clock, nfter the hour of tho regular commerclnl dlnncr, and spoclal tables for each family party mado a very pleasant and satlsfae.tory urranBement, An cxcellent dinner wns served and In a very acceptablo manner. Durlns tho past few weeks, extenstvo improvements havo been mado in tho Interior decorations of tho dlnins room. Tho cntlro interior of the room, walls, ceillng and floor, havo been retlnished, and now tho room pro sents a very attractlvo appearanco. Other Bellows Falls Nows on I'ago 3 WILMINGTON. A Smallpox Scare. The town has underKone uniual ex ritement over a Benulne cnso of smallpox, or somothlnB that resemhlcs th.it dreaded dlseae very clotcly. It Feems that a stranfier was in town two or tlireo weeks ago who hail bad eruptlnns on his fnce. Ile stopped for n day or two at the boardlng hou.e owned and conducted by Irs. Hoynton on West Main street. About 10 or 12 days ngo Thomas Toomey, an Inmnto and holpor at tlie hnuse mentloneil. showed uumls takablo symptoms of n bad skin dlease. He dld pot thlnk it serlotis and clrculated throuBh the villaRe and nlso went to North Adams nnd ri'turned on the traln. l)rs. P.tbo and Oillette wcre consulted. hut neither was poiltive as to the exact nature of the ailment, althoiiBli Dr. I'ago was stronBly of tho oplnlon thnt It was smallpox. I)r. Iloltnn of Brattleboro was called, who also pronounred the dleaso smallpox, but to make the matter doubly sure Dr. PaKo with the advlce of the se lectmen called Dr. Bushnell of North Adams, who is regarded as an export in the dlsrase, hnvlnfi had extenslve prac tlce and experlence, who unhesltatliiKly pronounced It the same as Drs. Page anil llolton. Dr. nilletto remalneil douhtful, ns he is still sayltiB that he does not thlnk It Is Rcnulne smallpox, hut at the same tlme he recommends all precau tlons and hopes for the hest. The seleetmen on Sunday, with enni mendable promptness, at once ordere.1 a strlct quarantlno of the premlses and a guard was placed with orders to lot no person enter or leave tlio house. H was nlso declded to close the schools and to forbld the holdlng pf church servlces and all entertalnmpnts for the present untll all danKcr Is passed. Up to this tlme, Wednesday evenlmr. no materlal changes have occurred. Toomey seems to be galnlng nnd no new enses have been reported as we hear. Circulars havo been dlstrlhuted nnd notloes potod ndvlslnB every one to bo vacclnated, nnd many have taken this precnutlon. As Is always the oase In such matters. some still dotibt the genulneness of the case nnd decllne to bo vaeclnnted or to tako any unusual precautlons. Sufllce it to say, the next few days will deelde the matter In n great measure, for If no new cnses appear we shall glartly cnnelude that tho danfier has passed: meanwhlle let all mensures bo adopted to hold tho case In check. Snow fell on Tuesday so that we have Bood slelBhlns. Rov. Herhert B. Buffum of Stlrllng, Mnss., was In town tho llrst of the week, but returned to his homo earller than In tended on nccount of the smallpox scare. A steam mlll Is belnB erected near tho resldence of Thomas J. Hnll by tho Deer fleld Blver company, nnd a larso quantlty of lumber will bo manufactured under manngement of John SIcDade. O. R. Buttcrfleld and Constnble C. M, Itussell were at SearsburB on Wednesday untll Into the evenlnB ln tho caso of stato vs. Mnrk Sutton, on the charge of brbiBlnB intoxicntlnB llquor Into tho town with lntent to sell. The Jury dlsaBreed, and the caso stands contlnueil untll Jnn. 18, at which tlme nnother hearlng will be held at tho schoolhouso near Bond's. IG FIRE IN WEST RUTLAND. GRAFTON. All tho schools In town, not now in ses slon, with the exceptlon of tho ono at Iloughtonvlllo will bepln the wlntcr term on Slonday, Nov. 30, Rheumatlsm Cured In a Day, "Mystio Curc" for ltliciimutleiu und Ncuriil Iglit radlcally eurcs In 1 to 3 iluyg. Its act on upon tlio Bystem is reinurktiblo mid inyeterious. It rcmoves at oneo tho eause iiiul tlio illscuso lmmcillately dlBnppenni. Tlio llist doso Kcn. orally bcncflts. 75oiuidJI. Sold by Georuo 12. Clroene, Diugglst, Druttlcboro, Vt. No one knows better than thosa who have used Carter's Little Llver Pllls what rellef they havo elven when taken for dyspepsla, dlzzlness, paln In the slde, conatlpatlon, and dlsordered stomach. GUILFORD, Leon Ilnynes, who Is worklng at hymnn Iluntley's, Is ill with dlphtherla. Thero was nn old-fnshloned donation party last Thursday evening nt tlio homo of Hev, 13. C. Flsher, which wns larsely nttended, Mrs, Carrlo Lisher Is spendlnB a week with friends hore. Mrs. Lasher, who formerly was engnBed In misslonnry work In this plnce, Is now at Randolph dolng tho same work. Large Part of Marble Street In Rulns and the Loss Estlmated.it $50,000. A tlre whleh broke oilt about 9 o'clock last nlght at West Ittitland completely wlped out the InilldlnKS on both sldes of Marlile street from Smlth street to the West Rutland house. The damaRO Is e.stlmated at about $jO,im. with good amount of lnsurance. ln all niue buslncss blorks. three dwelllng houses and threo barns were destroyed. The Rutlnnd tlre ilepartment was called upon for asslst nnce. The property destroyed Included the fol lowlng ImlldliiKH on the west side of Mar ble street: Two blocks owned by A. A Kldder, tlie llrst one, on the oorner of Smltli and Marble streets, belng occupled as a getieral storo by John I'lfkii, the seeond block occupled by Wllllam Mnnn as u plcture slore and contalnliiB an uti occupicd store where the llre started, which was IkIiib used by the Iadles of the CongreKatlonal church for a rummaKe sale, the law otllce of C. B. Mann nnd two tenements; a block occupled by N'apoleon I.eonard as a Keneral storo on tho Kround iloor and his llvlng apartments upstnlrs; tho shoo shop of K. Chateneauf ; tho storo of Joiph Prenevost; Mr. J'rcnevost's dwellbiR liouse ndjolniiiB the store. The btilldlnBs destroyed on the east slde of Maible stieet lneluded W. It. Dwyor's block, occupled by the post ofllce nnd dry Boods and Krocery storo of ItoBcr Dwyer; tho Kelley block, occupled by n mllllnery store; two blocks owned by J. K, Burke, occupled by I. W. Grant's meat market, a pool room and barber shop. J. K. Burko's liouse on Thrall aventie Just off Marble street was also destroyed. On Smlth street. around the corner from whero the llre orlBlnated, tho ImlldliiKS consumed Included the resldence and barn of James Sweeney, and two barns. one owned by Wllllam Welsh and one bolong Iiib to Mrs. Jntnes Grlflln. DIED DURING A FIGHT. Stranoe Ending In an Affray Qetween Two Prlsoners In House of Correctlon. IMward J. Ilarrls, 17. of Danville died Wednesday In a tlRht with Fred Thomp son of VerRcnnes In tho house of correc tlon at Rutland, whero both were prlson ers. Ilarrls was sentenccd for larceny, and Thompson, who Is only 10, was serv Ing 102 days In default of paymcnt of a fino Imposed for mnliclous destructlon of property. Tlio two boys becamo ncqualnt ed whllo both were In tho state reform sehool nt Vergennes. They worked sido by slde nt the same bonch In the marble shop at tho house of correctlon, and Hur rls, who had tho reputatlon of belnB quarrelsome. "plcked upon" Thompson nnd dareil hlm to flght. Tho two men wero separated, but on Wednesday, when the gunrd's back wns turned llnrils told Thompson he could lick hlm and struck inm iwo or tliree tlmes. Flnnlly Thomp son retallated, and whlle blows wero le. InB exchangrd Ilarrls fell to the floor. II,. was plcked up and taken outslde, but be foro tho prlson physlclnn. who was In a nelghhorlng bullding, could reach hlm ho was dead. The nhyslclan found no marku on tho body sudlclent to eause death, and belleves thnt ho dled from lieart failure irougnt on oy excltement. " Ah!" he sald, ns ho led her back to her seat after tho waltz, " I Just love danc-, Ing," "Well," she repllcd, ns sha at tempted to repalr a torn flounce, " you're not too old to learn," Philadolphla Press. Jolmny. "Pa, what Is a promoter?" Pa. "Well, you mlght call hlm a drum major of Industry." tJudge. Owonlntts ( cnughing forcedly ) "Pvo been ndvised that a trlp nbroad would be greatly to my henint." Sharpun "Who ndvised you, your Inw yer or your doctor?" Town nnd Country. If You Don't Llke Muslc you can avold It. If you hato company you can manace to bo nlone. But what aro you to do If, nfter taklng a fow mouthfuts of food, you expcrlcnco such keen dlstress you wish you hnd gono empty nnd hungry? Why, uso Dr, Da vld Kennedy"s new medlclnu, Cal-cura Solvent, and curo tho dyspepsla. Write to tho Cal-cura Company, Rondout, N. V for detalls and a freo samplo bottle. How One Worklna Man Got His Rlghts. I. TIIi: FARM. Little Tominy Packnrd follows tlie plow acruss the lleld. Tho plow-liiies baiiR almut his shoulders. A qulek pull at the ropes that serve as reins. now and then a word of enoouriiEetnont to the hotses. anil an oeeaslonal sttimbU) over the clods, sere to puuctuatn tho thoiiKhts surBlng throUKh lils qulck nnd nctive bniln. Those tnoughtn are somowhat retrn spectlve. The sun's nhlnlng seems not inore brlght than the smlle iiKn tlie donr muther faie which the mnRlc of memory has brjiuKht back from the grave. The liurstliiK buds of spriiiB In yonder forest are not moro charged with the protnlno of hope than are the words of liis Uylng father. And nlso the plcture of the sem inaiy home of a chlldhood that seoms loriB hko; of tlie studies there U'gun un der the prlnclpal, his father; of the iKirtlng 'with soldler brotlu-rs nt the semlnnry Bate all was promlse of a happy llfe, of joy. and p.-rhaps of fame; all was hope. all was btlKhtness. until. the homo in nshes, brothers kllled, father and inothor lald away broken-hearted, hero is little Tommy Pacltnrd maklng furrows In a nelBhbor's lleld, and maklng them ns stiaiuht as a boy can walk. for his bo.tnl and clothes; and ho was scnrco fourteen ye.irs of pge. lie thlnks of the lllirary in his father's sehool. Ile recnlls the many books on those shelves ho hnd not had opportunlty to read. tlio studios only Just besun, tho nmbttlons now nevor ngaln to bo onter talncd. Tmnmy stamps his foot Into a clod, renehes the end of the furrow, nnd turns; nnd ns ho turns rolielllon enters his heart. The whole boylsh mind turns with horses nnd plow; turns away from tho present, from tho pIowbiB of llclds, tho caring for horses. the milking of cows, away from tho pant, Its hrlghtness. Its sorrows, Its disappolntments, towards a futuro that wm suo n boy his " rlghts." Tho past hns not done It. Tlie present does not do it. The futuro shall. Tho boy ilnlshes his plowlnB. ciirefully turnliiR every furrow. He stabtcs his horses, briskly rubblng them down whlle they ent. Tho eows aro milked, cans illled for tlie nlghfs shlpment: nnd thon Tommy lenves tho other hands nt their supper, flnds his omployer, nnd has a long tnlk nbout what his boylsh mind con slders as his " riRhts." II. TII1-: PAINT SIIOP. Tommy Is ' cleaner nnd sweopcr " nnd general asslstnnt in tlio palnt-shop of tho car-repalr shops of tho X and V. Rallroad. Ile helps to move benehes nnd scaffoldsj he hands brushes and buckets to tho men; he inlxes plaln ore paints under tho In structlons of tho ' boss." Ile llstens wlillo tho men In tho shop dlscuss the subject of what they call ' tho laborlng man's Ughts." Their mlnds seem to run upon this subject ns enrnest ly ns his ever ran upon tho subject of his " rlghts," Nevcrtheless, tho " rlghts " they tnlked about seemed to bo verv dlf ferent thlUBs from thoso rtiat caused hlm to lio awake nlghts. Just now ho longed for nnd determlned to havo tho " rlght " to uso a paint-brush, A llttlo practlco nt nlght, a little moro prnctlco nt noon under tho dlrcctlon of ono of tho men, nnd soon Tommy is seated upon the searfold, and nnother boy has his placo ns " cleaner nnd shop-boy," But Tommy still sees " rlghts " that ho does not yot possess " Car-palntor " is a good trnde, but " car-strlper " Is a better. Tommy tells hlmself that ho must havo tho " right " to uso tho strlplng brush. And so nlght nnd noon ho practlces, un til, at slxteen. Tommy has tho " deslgn " In his hand, mlxcs flno colors, and uses gold brouze. And now the whlr nnd roar of tho nia chlncry In tho ndjolnlng shop dlsturbs hlm. Toni'iy olmost Tom Packnrd will not hnvo his ilKhts until ho knows tho " how and whercfore " of that planlng machlncry. A day comes when " overtlmo " Is worked In tho planlng-shop. Tho ma chlnory runs nll nlght, Tho llrst part of that nlght Tommy " stands nround." By mldnlght he ls nsslstlng a workman to placo boards In posltion. At ono a. m. ho Is In bed. At seven ho Is on his scaffold, strlplng dellcalely tlio Interior of a parlor coach as carefully as If the questlon of his " riBlits as a l.ilKirliiu I dturbeil his brnln. j Two years go by. Tom Is now cigh teen. in thk caupi:nti':k-.shop. has a " machlne '; Is ono of tho" mo-chanl.-s "; Is n " master mechnnlo"; but still his ' right " stietch out liefore hlm unattaiiied. Ile has his " rlghts," but not all IiIh "Hghta." " Mnster me chanlc " Is nll very well, but he. Tom Pnckard, most certainly haB the " right " to bo u " master car-bullder." No one can deny It. That trestle-lmard bench alonB that row of uindows. in a room nd jolnlng the carpenter-shop, hnunts his dresms. Hut not for long. The mnchlue work Is now automatlc, ns it alrtays becomes to tho " mnter." And so the books he reads at nlKlit on " de sigiiliig." the prnctlco nnd observntlon of llio noon hour nnd the evenlngs, all pass In revlew, whlle. ns a " mochanle." Tom mechaiiienlly guldes the work of his ma chlne. At twenty-four Tom Packard is n " muster car-bullder." At about this tlme tlio maehino-shops nre moved to the yards In which he works. The foundry, the wheol-shop, tho boilcr shop, the roundhouse all contaln some of Tom Packard's " rlghts." And little by little he wrests fiom each, systematlcally at odd hours. durlng oveitime. in jilght study, In noon observatlon, in nll-day re llettlon, from ono department nt n tlme, Tom Packard's " rlghts " to the worklngs of that shop and machlnery. 10m i-aoKant ls tliirty-tive years old; a master ear-p.iinter, a master mechanlc, a master car-bullder, u master machlnist. IV. T11L FOltKMAN'S OFKICI3. Tom Packard Is now " boss " or " fore man" of cur lepairs lle has tho repalr shops of the palnt-shops under hlm, em Iiloylng some rour hundred men. Known ns n mecbaulc of great sklll ln the handllng of heavy machlnery, when nn englno runs off tho track into n miri race a few mlles away, nnd the dexterlty of the regular wrecker's crew and outllt ls In valn exerted to rniso nnd savo her Packard Is sent for. In nn hour tho en glno is on the tracks. And thero and then befinn a new flght for his " rlghts." Tom Packard rietnrmlnnu tn . , provo the wrccklng servlce," nnd soon has nn outllt and crane-car of his own devlslng, which saves tho company many au Item In tho oxpenso nccount. When on his excurslons to scones of necldent wlilph (l.la e.ihi.inn ted) makos iiecassnry, Packard sees moro ... iiKius lying unused along tho llno of tho X nnd 7. Rallroad. IIo cer tainly hns a rlght to know how a rallroad Is graded, how tunnels aro bullt, how brldges aro constructed. No ono would deny that these nro his " rlghts." mi ho ee n master car-bullder s "sanctum sanetorum " constructed out of au old condenined frelght-car In tho ynrd, where, from seven to ten, ln the strictest retlrement nnd secluslon, known only to the nlght wntchman of the ynrd, every nlght tho foremnn of cnr repnlrs studies hlgher merhaulcs, bridge-bulldlng hyiTiaullcs, and nll elso that will conduco to the nttalnment of his " riglits " by u man who Is determined to know tho con structlon of ralhoads ns a buslncss from tho rolllng stock to bnllast and foundatlon of grado. V. THC RAILROAD OFFICIAL'S PIU VATE CAR. But whllo Tom Pncknrd Is maklng such nn earnest flght to nttaln lils ' rlghts," ns ho coneelves the same, thero nro certaln ' rlghts " lielonglng to hlm of which he has never dreamed, but which nro serlous ly belng consldercd by tho X nnd 7. Rall road Company. Tho Company hns long had in mind tho crentlon of nn olllco having In Its chargo the entlro construetl of tho systcm nnd Its brnnches. But n iiiau possessing ino necessary capablllty for handllng so vnst nnd vniio.i TOOr,.. slblllty was not easy to llnd. Ilowevor, for two yeais tho managemont hns been wntchlng ono of their own laborers flght Ing stubbornly for his "rlghts." And now they decldo, ln tt full meetlng of tho I'.oard of Dlrectors, that Thomas II. Pack ard is the innn. And thus it is that at forty-tlve years of age he who was "Tommy" on the farm and in the palnt-shop. " Tom " in eariH-nter and machlne shop, " Packnrd " in the foreman's otllce, Is now Thomas II. Packard," one of the genernl olllcers of the X and 7. Rallroad Company, and Ihies In his own prlvate ear, with some seven or elght groups of shops under his superlvslon. employlng nearly ns mnnv thousand men. And yet Thomas II. Packard ls not sat Islled tlint ho has even now nll his ' rlghts." J. Cleveland Hnll In The Out-look. Thlrteen mlnors were kliip.i nn,i r... damago was dono by nn nccidontal ex Plosion of gas Wednesdny in conl mlno No. 20, nt Bonanzn, Ark.. 12 mlles from Fort Smlth. Julian Walbridge RIx. (!2, widely known ns n nalnter nf CnUtnfir. . luesdny In New York. He was born in Peneham. lils fnther was Judge Alfred RIx, a promlnent lawyer of San Francls-co. A dlvldend of 3..r.2o per cent has Just been paid to the Vermont stockholdcrs of tho Northwestern Guaranty Loan company which collajised 10 years ago. It Is esti mnted that peoplo ln this state. largely In bt. Johiisbury and vlclnlty, held stock to the amount of oon.om n the concern. Senator Morgan. In n speech in the Sen ate Monday charged Presldcnt Roosevelt with puttlng forward his ambitlon to get the glory of startlng the constructlon of the Panama canal in his pollcy townrd Panam.i. The Hay-Varilla treatv was siBiied nt New York by the Panama com mlssloners nnd sent to Panama for ratl- ?2cjjul ;rtoticcs. f 1 0.M.MISSIONERS' NOTICi: V. ;ESTATE OF JOHN D. PLl M.Mi: 1 ho undersigned having been api. .. bv the Jlonorable Probate Court f... District of Marlboro, Commission. i -receive examine nnd adjust all elan - demands of all persons ngainst tl of John Dttlght Plummor, late of I tleboro. In sald district. deee.is. all clalms exhiblted In offset thereto. i by gie notlce that we will meet f. puriKise nforesald. at the PeopUs N n. Bank on the ?fith i:iv nf i. 23d day of Aprll, next. from 2 oi 111.. lllltil I n'elnr-U n ... ....!. days. and that slx months from t',, day of November. A. D., 11'03. is tl.. Itmited by sald Court for said ei.-d to prfsent their clalms to us for - natlon nnd allownnce. ts D.ited nt' Brattleboro. Vt., this 17tn of November, A. D. 1S03. W. H. BUACKKTT. C. L. STU'KNKV Commissi i 1. A WOMAN'S BACK. The Aches and Palns Will Dlsappear If the Advlce of This Brattleboro Cltl zen Is followed, A womnn's back has many aches nnd palns. Most tlmes 'tls ;he kldneys' fnult. Backacho is roally kldney nche. Thafs why Doan's Kldney Pllls curo it. Many Brattleboro women know this, Read what one has to say nbout It. Mrs. Frnnk Partrldge, wlfo of Frank Partridge, retlred, resldence upper end of North Maln street. says: "I have taken In my llfe enough medlclno for my kld neys to stock n good slzed drug store nnd naturally lnterested In preparatlons es pecially guaranteed to be sure cures for kidney complaint in reading some of the ndvertlsements nbout Doan's Kldney Pllls lu tho Brattleboro papers I caino to tho concluslon that thero mlght bo some thing In them moro than ordlnnry nnd I liiijcmuu n uox nt aco. 13. Groene's drug store. The rcsult obtnlned from the trcatment iustltled mo telling Ir Greeno thnt ho need not be nfrnld to recommend Doan's Kldney Pllls to nny one. and that I lin.i " ' on which to baso my bellef. I imve'ben i '"'T , wml 1 orton wlshed I wns dead slmply becnuso my kldnevs went wromr nn.l I t,i ?5S to rlght themV ruo smploms stioweS sp great compllcntlons thnt It Is Impos- SllllO tCl Blvo tlie llirtlr,,ln.. l .. ?,t"tC?"!: !'.ut ' nny. ,n,I- ' Rrattloboro :,: ' ..i.... N4U.IH oi oxcited or Inactivo kldneys nnd really wlshes tho dotnlls of my caso I will ehuiiv m.-o i ' sonnl Interview. Any remedy thnt he ped mo ns Doan's Kldiu.v nnio .n.i 1 , , "m uuserves to bo known to tho publlc." For sale bv nll ilonlni-o -n-i t. . per box. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo ' 80 0 "Bcnts for the Unlted States. Remember thn nnmo nn . take no other. " " uml Sold In Brnttleboro by Qeorgo E Grcone, Drugglst. h ' COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE ESTATE OF SABRINA P. MII.I.KI: The jinderslgned having been apii i by the Honorable Probate Court f.ir t i -uariooro (jommlsslnnt rs : receive. examine nnd adjust nll tl.uin , demands ot nll persons ngainst th. tnte of Sabrina P. Mlller. late of Bi . t boro. ln sald district. deceased, nv.t clalms exhiblted In offset thereto. by givo notice that we will meet f t purpose uforesaid, nt Peoples N.iti Bank, on the 26th day of IX-eomber 23d dav of Aprll. next, from 10 o'cio K m., untll 1 o'clock p. m., each oi s, days, nnd that six months from tlv day of November, A. D. 1903, is tlu- t u limited by sald Court for said or. dr to present their clalms to us for ei lnation and nllowance. ts-50 Dated nt Brattleboro. Vt., this 2.!d Ji of November, A. D. 1903. W. H. BRACKETT. GEO. E. GREENE. Commissioners AFTER THANKSGIVING. A few more of those Worden Turnips are leftr Order now. J. E. GLEASON, 32 Elllot St. EVERY FARMER NEEDS A HIGH CLASS, CAREFULLY EDITED AGRICULTURAL WEEKLY to glvo hlm tho experlence of othcrs In nll tho ndvnnced methdds nnd Im provements which help hlm to secure the largest posslblo protlt fiom the fnrm, nnd whleh contalns speclal mat ter for overy member of his famlly. The New York Tribune Farmer, New York Clty. will post you every week on nll Im portnnt agrlcuHural toplcs of tho day. Bhow you how to mako money from the fnrm, nnd tnterest tho wholo home clrclo, Regular Prlce, $1,00 per Year. The Phcenlx, $1,50 per Year. Both papers together only $1.75 for one year. Sond your subscrlptlon to THE VERMONT PHOENIX, Brat tleboro, Vermont.