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THE VERMONT PHCENIX, BRATTLEBORO, FR1DAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1904'.
THE PUTNEY COLUMN H I. Wnlte of Itittnolil. Mass., has n positloi- .is cletk In A. M. Oorser's stoic. Tlu il ik llst to l o used nt tlie nnnunl Mnrt!, incctlug hns loen posted In thc post ot'li i' corrldor. . Sherlff A. W. J. Wllklns has beeti np-p.il.d-d iMinnllnn of Arthur Blood, mlnor, to sin.-ced the lato O. II. Phllllps. U-.y W Palloy, clerk In the clothlng " stm 01 Gcmmill, Ilurntmm & Co., Hart ford, r.inn . cnmc hoino Ttiesduv for a weck s rtcition. Poslm-mtrr I,. P. Hnlley, who hns been 11 wlth Intlntnmntory iheumntism. Is bet t. r ltii k. lmt ls not yct nble to movo VVlth.il't .I'-sistiillCO. 1T t; B.irher of llrattloboro. admlnls t it'ir of thc- Uoorge II. Phllllpt estate, i- iu . in tnwn thln week looklng over ' i .1 i taje nnd personnl property. "Sd r , i,s iliil not leave a wlll. i i ! I.- sehools. wlth th" exceptlon ti.. I'Mili.il s imol. wlll close today. ' M.il Ni). ?, bnn be,-n broken up by tlie . : thi tenchcr. lmt ttlip lost tlmo ' will he nvidi- i:p lH-xt brm. i i Putney Atbl. tna lost a game of 1 1 ''''I tn the Brattleboro Printern t-m r,;lit b a wnill m.irgln. the score i - Th.-re vv.is a awd attend- the gatnc vv.is ftill of interest. T' in'ul of school dlrectors wlll meet i'1 i'i ntrnl school room nt ! o'clock to t ! i .v. when it ls deslred tlmt nll bllls i y i l i . st ttip board niay be presented ns tV dir.-. lors wlsh to gbt thelr nccounts i.i l' in' lor tho town nudltors. Stitlnn Agent Eugone Tatro returned to nls dutb s Tuesdny aftor havlng been ont sln- f Pi s. on nccount of lllness with .ppi .dkitis. Jlr. I-oe of Williamstown, who has been substltutlns for hlm, went yesteid.iv to nellowa Falls as a substl-tutc- Mlss I.pna Ayer, tcachor in school No. 3, w.-nt Monday to hor home In Pittsford, hamg rocovcred from an ntt-k of mea slcs o that she felt ablo to ro bome. Tlie Wushburn liotiae la undcr quarantlne as the members of thc famlly liave bepn ex posed. Thc listi-rs and board of clvll author lty met Monday aftcrnoon In the seleet men's room to abatc taxos and henr poni plalnts from ngnrleved taxpayers. Taxes amountinR to about J 32 wprp. abatcd, but no onc appeared to make objoctlon to the appralsal mnde by the listurs. The anntial meetlns of the Putney Hose company waa held In the lowpr tnwn hall Jtonday evenlng. These oflleera wore lected. Forcman C. D. Hrltton; nsslstant foit-man. II. E. P.obblns; clerk, M. D. W.iitman: treasurer, A. J. Ayer: stew ards Wlll Yomig, Walter .''mlth and IIc i.' y i:crlcth. 51. ss Stella Chnplaln waa plven n blrth day suvprlse party last PveniiiR at the homc nf Misa Nellle Mtirphy. It waa hcr 16th aiiniveisary nnd 16 Intlmate frienda wcre picsent. A rins contalninfi her birth st'iiio. an amethyst, waa presented ind tlu e.cnlriK waa spent enjoylns? game.s .nil rcfieshments. T'ip trIcihone llne promlaed last aum-mc-r h thr Xcw KiiBlainl Tplephone and Teleirr.iph company has not yct bci'ii put in, ,iltl.oii;h tho polcs, put ln by patrons. havc 1 . . n ready ovcr two nionths. The patrona have underatood that the llne men wcre comlnp "In a day or two," but they don't oxpcct them before sprlnc. The llnc wlll run as far aa F. A. Hurdctt's. The Crosby bulldliiK, owncd by Arlel Crosby of Waltham, Mass., and occupled as a reading room, has bcen sold thls week by S. W. KdRett & Co. of Prattle boro to Charlca F. Farnum of East lut npy. It was hoped that the buildlns mlght be bouKht for reading room and gymnasium purposes, but the funds were not forthcoming. It is understood that Jlr, Farnum will move hls carriage busl neps theie. Since the death of G. H. Phllllps tho buslneis of shlpplng llve stock from the Putney depot has been carrled on by Wlll A. Wood and Washburn Klddcr. A car is set off at Putney every week and is moved Monday mornlng bctween 9 and 10 o'clock. Mr. Wood loaded stock for Jlr. Phllllps for two ycars and so had an opportunlty to learn the detalls of the buslness. He and Mr. Kldder wlll con tlnue to ship stock each week to J. II. Henry of Watertown, Mass. WILMINGTON. Prcsldlng Eldcr Newton has been In town thls wccl:. C. M. nussell was in Bennington last week on buslness. Martln A. Prown has bcen absont sev eral days. Ile was ln Boston on buslness a portion of the time. An infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. lllley E. Boyd dled on Wcdncsday morn lng. Funeral services were held at the home on Thursday. A llne portrait of Austln II. Watson wlth a well written sketch nppears In the current number of the "Successful Amer ican," a perlodical publlshed in New York clty. Mlss Mabel Medbury completed her course ln the normal school ln North dams last week and she left at once for West Warren, Mass., where she has an exccllent posltion as teacher. Mrs. E. A. Fitch dlslocated her shouldcr recently and she is a great sufterer. It was the same shoulder that was dlslocated a year or more ago and whlch has always troubled her slnce the Injury. The auditors have been In sesslon thls week and wlll place the town report ln the hands of the prlnter(very soon. We hope there will be plenty of reports printed thls year as each tax payer ls certalnely en titled to a copy. The lecture at the Congregatlonal church on Tuesday ovening by Hev. U. Grant Jlouston was falrly well attended, a largo uumbcr of the school chlldren belng pres ent The speaker evldently had a good fund of information ln relatlon to Pal-e-lliie or "Tho Land of Moses" but hls d scrlptlons were faulty and dlsconnect ed. Some portlons of the lecture were In structlvp, but on tho whole we falled to get much ldea as to the country, the cllmate, fie occupatlons of the people, the con d tlon of the teople, the pollcy of the Txrklsh governrnent, the resourcos of the untry and many other thlngs that wero i xpectrd to be brought out. Musical se lrctiona were rendered by Jlrs. Kldder .ind Mr. Gallup and also graphophone srlections. We omltted to glve mentlon of the dls r ission bctween representntlvcs of the Ur.inge and members of the Hlgh school .t the town hall, whlch occurrcd on Jan. 2 The fiuestlon was "Re3olved that Im mlgratlon is a serious menace to our ountry." The -Illgh school was repre 'mted by Mlss Emmlo Carpenter. Mr. White and Harry Chase. The Grange was r. presented by Henry D. Allen and Portcr J Fitch. Each sldo was ably represented aud it is only Just to say that each speaker did flnely and the nrguments tidduced were forciblo nnd to the polnt. The judges vre Itov. George E. Woodman, Jr., Col. J II. Gouldlng nnd Chas. II. Parmelee. Aftcr duo conslderatlon they declded ln favor of the Hlgh school 55 to 45. We ought have more debates on simtlar sub jccts and we trust that effort wlll be inade along those Ilnes. Beu. tho Tha Kind You Hare Almys Bougfit OASTORXAi Bears th t The Kind You Have Always Bought OASTORIA. Ber.ti6 yilhe Kind You Hare Always goiigrj Iha KindYoi GAINSTHIRTYPOUNDS MRS. WEBER TELLS HOW SHE WAS HELPED WHEN D00T0RS PAILED, Sho I.r t llpr Tronlilo llcroino Cliroulc He camo Shp Ilrnltiitcd to Coimtlt Her l'hyslclnii I'urtlculari nf n lto lnarknblu Cnc, Tho imturnl reluctanco whlch ovory vroman feels to cunsult n physician re Knrding troublos peculinr to her mjx cnuscd 3Irs. C. Webcr, of No. 708 South Front Ktreot, Columbus, Ohlo, to lot her illno.ss run on tiutil it becntno clnonic, antl ovon the rxci'llcnt tlootor whom f.hu cmployod couhl civo licr no rclii-f thnt waa permnuent. Sho pives tho follow iug dctails o nu iiiti'rc&ting ca-o : " I fdt tho tronhlo u loiitf timo bi'foro I wt'iit to our doctor, i)orhnps n yiar or more. WUoti I did oonsult hiin Iio i old me I hadfcmalB trnublo. I felt shnrp lins through my stomach nnd could not wnlk r.cross tho room withoufc stilTurini njj ouiowhich Icannot desorihn. My lioad nchftlKu that it fairly thumpod and nt timtsit seomcd that I would go cnizy. My stomach bcciiino so wriik that it would rutuin only tho lif-htest ftxxl. Wcuk tiftor wook I took tho doctor's Jncdicino, but I continned to feol worsc nnd worse. On sevrral im-cisious I was conflnod tu tny bedforu weok nt a tiino. My weiKht d. oicased to 102 pounda nnd I seciucd n coulirmcd iuvnlid. " Ouo day I read of n caso similar to miuo that hail boen cnred by Dr. Wil lianis' Pink l'ills for Palo Pooplo and, althongh I did not Uave mnch coufldence, I began tnkingthe pills, haviiiK nlrendy discoutiuued my doctor's trentnunit. Whilo I was taking the bocond box I be gan to feel a little bettor nnd tho ira provcnient coutiuued until I was curcd, Iu n few months I hnd recovered my health and strcugtb. aud weiRhed 132 pounds. I owo cverythiug to Dr. Wil liRms Pink Pills." No discoTery of modern times has provod such n blesging to womeu as Dr. Williauis Pink Pills for Pale Peoplo. Acting directlyou the blood nnd nerves, iuvigorntiug the body, rogulatlug tho fuuctions, they restoro tho ftrength aud health iu tho exhanstcd paticnt when every effort of tho physiciau proves un availing. These pills are soldin b ixes at 50 cents a box, or sixboxes fnr $2.50, and may bo hnd from all cli-uggists, or direct from Dr. "Williauis Mediciue Co., Sohe nectady, X. Y. VERNON. ViTium Gran?p will meet next Satur- ! day eenlnK- J. F. Durfy of Worcester vlslted hls i slster, Mrs. lieo. C Mooney. thls wepk. I Mrs. J. II. Frost has recovered from ! pncumonla suillclently to bo ablo to take short drlves. Mrs. W. II. Ilurrows nnd soo. Pllny. of Athol. nre spendlng a few days at Mrs. I. J. Hurrows. Several members of the V. P. C. V. attended tho meeting of the nrattlcboro soclety lasl Sunday ovening. Thc boaid of clvll nuthority wlll meet at Whlthcd's on Frlday, Fcb. 12. at 10 a. m., to nbale taxes and settle bllls. Jlr. and Mrs. A. O. Barnes entcrtalned "the nflgbbors" last Haturday evenlng. Music was fumlshed by Mr. and Mis. Mooney for danctng. The prlzes at the card tables were won by D. P. Prescott llrst, J. T. Wright second, and Harold Akley third. The usual rofreshmcnts wcre served. SOUTH VERNON. F. W. Johnson is on the slck llst. Cl.irence Newton was at homo over Sun day. ltoads are ior on nccount of tho snow drlfts. A Heers has bought a valuablc ilr of horses in Gteenflcld, Mass. Mlss Clara Cary of (1111 Is a guest at A. E. Weatherhend's. Mlss Tlna IHrcoter has so far recov ered that she l able to bo about the house. Charlcs llutchlns has returned to A. Works's to work. Mrs. Thurlow Johnson was severely burned wlth hot water last Frlday. T. E. Stockwcll has moved hls famlly from Wlncheater to the farm, and ls do lng a Job of lumberlng. Mr. Weaver of Sutlleld, Conn., Iias taken the crops of tobacco he bought of F. II. Johnson. IJert Staten, J. E. nnd G. H. Hubbard and E. II. Akley. The car was loaded last weck at South Vernon. JACKSONVILLE. Miss Clara E. Mltchell Is at home for a vacatlon. On nccount of snow drlfts Stage Driver Clark mlssed one trlp last weck. Mrs. Ablgail W. Klngsbury Is at home from Readsboro. Fred E. Holbrook of Ayer, Mass., was In town Saturday on buslness. Mr3. Howard L. Hussell has sold tho Colraln stage buslness to Fred A. Can edy, who began cnrrylng the malt Tues day. Miss Sara Holbrook, who has taken a courso In shorthand and typowrlting ln Iloston, Is vlsltlng frlends and relatlves In town thls week. Mrs. Cllfton Murdock, who has bcen 111 a long tlme nnd nearly helpless, has gono to Readsboro to be undcr tho espeelnl caie of Dr. Colc. A partj- of slelghrlders from Colraln came up last week Thursday evenlng and had supper and n dance at tho Glen houso. There wcre 23 couplcs besldcs the frlends here who Jolned the party. Pcter Strack, the Charlomont, stnge driver. wants the governrnent to shorten the time he is nllowod to carry the mall on hls routo. Iio thinks it better for hls team not to be too long on tho road. At the annual meetlng of Unlty lodge, No. S9, F. & A. M., last week Thursday the followlng ofTlcers were electcd nnd ap polntcd and were Installed by Past Master Frank Crosler of Readsboro: Wm. P. Warren, W. M. ; Charlcs H. Waste, S. W.; Estanco A. Temple, J. W.; II. M. Rob erts, trcnsurer; A. A. Uutterfleld, secro tary; George U, Faulkner, S. D. ; Charlcs B. Morse, J. D. i Charles S. Goodnow. S. S.; Mcrton W. Plumb. J. S.; F. II. Nllcs, chaplatn; Otls W. Klngsley, marshal; Er nest II. Murdock, tyler. Scholars In Jacksonville prlmary school not nbsjnt or tardy durlng the wlnter term nre Grace Mltchell. Ieono Hager, Edith Dennett, Mamle Hennett, Myrtle Woodnrd, Mabcl Woodard, Helen Sprague, Louiso Temple, Calista Itoberts. Iva Plerce, Della Bcnnett, Ilaymond Itoberts, Krneit Plerce and Edward Putnam. By ron Spraguo and Wlllard Hall wero tardy, but not absent. Those not absent durlng the entlro year: Grace Mltchell, Helen Sprague, Louiso Temple, Iva Plerce, Er nebt Plerce, Itaymond Iloberts and Pyron Sprague. Not absent durlng two terms, I,eono Hagcr, Edlth Bennett, Mamle Ben nett, Mabcl Woodard, Calista Roberts, Della Bennett, Edward Putnam nnd Elmer Cuttlng. Not absent durlng one term, J.enu Iiwe. Eva Lowe, Myrtle Woodard, Leon Cuttlng, Elllo Lowe, Mlldred Sprague, Ada Dalrymplo nnd Wlllard Hall, HINSDALE, N. H. John rirntiey ls III wlth pncumonla. Mrs. Luclus Stenrns Is very III wlth Pleuilny. Mrs. It. P. Nlms wns in Wlnchcndon. .Mass., Monday. H. W. Titylor has recovered from a fow days' lllness. tlnn. L. F. I.lscom Is varj" IU nt hls home on the Ilmtlleboro road. George P. Slato ls convnlescont after aovornl days' severo lllnesa. Mniulco Ptircctl went to SprltiKfteld, Mass., lnst weck, to consult n npcclallst. Mrs. H. W. Harvoy of Koeno vlnlted at S. K. Ilildi-eth'a from Sntutday untll Tues day. Mr. and Mrs. NlghtliiBale of Holyoke wcre Riiests at E. l Robprtaon's n part of last weck. Mlss Cornclla Lpnch of Westmnreland was the Riipst of her brother, M. S. I.-.ich. Int weck. Alrs. j. A. Poolor Is In Hoston to have hcr llttlp dnuKhter trentcd at the chll dren's hospltal. Harry E. Jeffords went to riymouth Tuesday to tnke the place of ehlef clerk in n drtiR store. Mlss Ilajtel Itoberts of Enst Weymouth, Mass.. I wlth her nunt, Mrs. II. C. llol liunl for a few wccks' vlslt. Mr. and Mrs. Wllllnm Gove, who went to Florlilu to work In a hotel In the fH rciiirni'd to Hlnsdiilc Thursday. Mrs. P.. P. Nlms has suld the home on Kilburu street, known as the Cooper hnuBc, to Joscph Hell for $S00. fourt St. Joseph, A. C. A., wlll hold thclr llrsl dance nnd soclal at tho town hnll on Tuesday eenlng, Feb. 10. Edward Blanchard has gono to make hls homc wlth hls daughter, Mrs. San forl, in South lladley Falls, Mass. All pcrsons havlng bllls ngalnst the town of Illnsdalo are leiiupstcd to present thcm for pnyinent before Feb. 15. t'onielln, a ynung daughter of Mr. nnd Mis. d. M. Wrlght, Is suffering severely from u trouble nfTectlng her head. Mlss V.'alcrmnn went to Kccne Satur day to icmnln ovcr Sunday. She was callcd thcie by the lllness of an aunt. On Wednesday evenlng, Feb. 10, Rpv. Mr. Snell wlll spenk In the Congregatlonal church ln the intercst of Talladega eol lege. Itobert Flcld of SprlnKfleld, Mass . who was tormerly organlst at the Congrcga tlutial church, pteslded at the organ last Sumliy. laadorc, the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Amldon, who is III wlth bron chlal pneumonla, Is being cnred for by a tr.ilned nurse. Thc iMistioned nicetlng of the Granffe wi,l ln- held tnmortow (Saturday) even inu. nhcn the flrst and second degrees will be confcrred. Itobert Flcld has secured an enKaftempnt to play the organ ln the Flrst Congrega tloiuil church nt Ensthampton, Mass., for n year, bejinning March 1. P. C. Whclpley moved Saturday from the upikt tcnement In the Huuter house on Maln street to one at the Taylor hiiises on Northlleld street. Chrlstlan Endcavor day will be ob seried at the CongreKationnl church on Mmday evenlng, when the meetlng wlll be iu charge of thc Endeavor society. Mrs. Danicl Fltzgerald left Frlday for her hoinc In Chlcago after a few days' visit mnoiiR relatlves here. Mr. Fltz gerntd was heie over tho prevlous Sun day. C. W. Stewart of Brattleboro has sold th" .Tohn L. Klug farm on the maln road about half way botwcon Hlnsilalo and Hrattleboio, to Moses Rogers of Vergen nes, Vt. The regular meetlng of the Chrlstlan Endeavoi soclety wns held Tuesday even lng nt thc Congregatlonal imrsonnce. After thr closo of the meetlng a dellghtful Foclnl wns held, 25 belng present. Itobert Flcld and Mlss Klla Stebblus cnini' up from Sprlngtleld and F. W. Jef fords from Chlcopco Falls. Mass., to at tcnd the Masonlc ball Frlday evenlng. They reinnined nt thclr homes here untll Sunday aflernoon. Thc rnlversallst Indles will hold thclr annual fair nnd festlval nt thc tnnn hall on Thursday and Frlday evpnlngs. Feb. 11 and 12. when all the usual attractions wlll be ln cvldence wlth a few hours' danc'ing on Frlilay evenlng as a closlng feature. Mlss Nellle Uray. a daughter of Dr. and Mrs. C. A. Grny, has lteen apiKilnted matron of k chlldrvn's hospltal in St ix)uis, nnd wlll leave for that cltv Mon day. Mlss Gmy recelved her tnimitig in the chlldren's hospltal ln Itostnn, and is well lltteil for the losltlon, both ty nature and trnlning. i Mis. Emeline Pcterson, 53, dlcd Wcd- , ne.Mlay nlght, Jan. 27. after a long lllness wlth consumption. Sho was a natlve of i Williamstown, Mass., but had lived In ' Hinsdale many ycars. She Is survtved by a son, who llvcs in New Jern-y. and a daughter, who llves In New York, nelther of whom were with her during . hcr lllness. Funeral services were held I Frlday, soniluctcd by Rev, C. A. Reed. The merTibers of the Hinsdale hlgh school, accompanlcd by Prlnclpal Flsher, took thelr annual slelghrldo Monday aftcr noon, golng to Chestcrtleld to a leap year party. All went well untll the return trlp, jivhen tho trnublea beg;in. While tho company was enjoylng the good chccr Indoors. the wlnd had bcen liuay outslde plllng up drlfts of snow, nnd maklng tho roads well nlgh iinpassl blp. The company left Chesterflold about 12.10 and arrivcd home, after much shovel Ing through drlfts, bctween I and 5 o'clock In the mornlng, tlrcd and cold, but no duubt happy. Sheridan Rellef corjis. No. 32, cnteitaln ed tho mcmliors of Sedgwlck corps of Ilrattleboro nnd Johnson corps of North lleld Tuesday. the vlsltors numberlng nbout 50. An abundant thrce course dln ner was served, and after a soclal hour, tho meetlng waa called to order for the regular routtno work. Very little wns done ltowover, oulng to the fact that tho time sns nearly consumed, and after a few plcnsant spcpchcs by the vlsltlng mem bers, a rcccss was called untll after thelr departure, when the work was agaln taken up. The day was an excecdingly pleasant one to the local corps, and, Judglng from appearances, wns enjoyed by the vlsltors. Thc promenade concert and ball glven at the town hall on Frlday evenlng. Jan. 29. by the members of Golden Rule lodge, No. 7", F. .t A. M., waa a dellghtful soclal ewnt. Tho concert progrnm by Loltslng er's oichcstra was the flnest heard ln Iltnnlnlo for a long time, nfter the closo of v.'hleh, the members of the Masonlc order. headcd by thc Knlghts Tcmplar, marched nround the hall, 57 partlclpatlng Tho grand march In whlch 7fl couples Jomed, was led by Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Colton, with Hnrry Holland nnd Mlsa Toney as second knders. The floor wns kept well fllled wlth dancers through out the evenlng, and wlth the intermlngl Ing of tho prctty nnd nlry costumcs of the lndles, nnd tho conventlonal dress of the gentlemen, mndo ' a pleasant slght. Many famlllar faces wero notlced In the crowd, of those who returned to enjoy tho merry maklng. A. E. Mlller of Brat tleboro was catcrer. The affalr was not n money-maklng succcss to tho Masonlc fraternlty, but as a well ordered and throroughly cnjoynble soclal functlon It was nll that could bo deslied. W. "II. Chllds of San Franclsco frac tured hls hlp by a fnll on the sldowalk In Burlington Frlday. Mr. Chllds was formerly of Wilmington nnd has many relatlves in thls county, He Is 75 yenrs old and on account of hls ndvanced age hls condltion Is consldercd serious. He hus been spendlng the wlnter wlth hls alster, Mrs. Helen C. Clary ln Burlington. ASHUELOT, N. H. Mlss Nora Bcauford vlslted ln Holyoko lnst week. Fred M. Platt spont part of last wcok on a buslness trlp to Boston nnd New York. S. W. Mnxlleld spent Sunday nt Hol yoko wlth hls mothor nnd other relatlves. Pntrlck Cunnlnglmm, Jr., Is s)ondlng tho wlnter nt tho county farm at West morelnnd, Mlss Jciinlo A. M. Quallcrs onlercd ns a atudcnt nt tho stalc normal school nt Plymouth last week. , Mlss I.ydla Fnrtler of Kceno wns a guest here tmrt of lnst week of licr cous In, Mlss Nora Uenuford. Mis. H. II. Prntt nnd Mrs. II. W. Wood attended tho concert of the Keene chornl nnloii mld-wlnlnr festlvpl Frlday. Judson F. Clark, of tho tmtlonnl bureau of foiestry, Washington. 1). c, recently sMnt sevcrnl days here Insttectlng the prlmevnl foicst of Ansel Dlcklnapn's Sons on PlsKah mountaln. 'lark Campbell of the inist olllce rurnl dellver.v deiiartm"iit was In the plare frnm Wcdncsday lo Frlday of last week maklng arranBcments for thc establlsh Ing of n route from thc local post olllce. Mim. A M Ilr.H-k of thc New EnRland Hox conipany's Hieenllpld olllce Is look ing ftflcr- the lookkfpln at thc local shop, Ilfikk-eper Allle Phcpardson hav Intr rctuiiiid tn hls home at Bntdwlns vllle, Mass. Mis. Gco. F. llnwnrd nnd son. Charlcs II.. of Worcester, wcre vlsltors at her fnllier's. Amos 1'. Tufts'g, part of last weck, havlng come to Winchcster to bury Mr. Iloward. who dlcd nt Worcester sud Uenl.v of npoplexy Jan. 20. The ladlea of the rnivpisallst parlsh had nn cntprtalnment and dance at the lower hall Monday evenlng. whlch wns well patronlsed, and was n llnancial suc ccss. The play "Couiion Bonds." waa nbly iiresented by the Wlnchester Unl Ncrsallst dramatlc cltib. I he thltd nnd fourt h games of the Hlns-ilalc-Ashuelot ol tournnment wero play cd at F. (. I-'alrbnnk's rooms Thursday evenlng, lmth gamcs lelng won by Ash uelot contestants by a score of 100 to S9. W. H. Sheridan. Ashuelot. nnil Mr. Llbby, Hinsdale, parttclpated In the thlrd gnruo; nnil G. II. Pcrry. Ashuelot, nnd W. D. Fi-irln. Hlnsilatp, In the fourth. The seml llnal betwtn W. II. Shcridnn, Ash uelot, nnd 11. C. Holland, lllnmlnle. at the rooms of Hinsdale hotel Tuesday even lng wns won by Sheridan by n score of 100 to 1 imlnts WEST CHESTERFIELD, N. H. Rpv. T. Roscoe ls exiectel to preach ncxt Sunday nfti-rmmn at 2.30 o'clock. At the lecture last vvnek Wednesdny evenlng by Prof. Gwjrge W. Pcrry. there was a small atteudance m account of i Imrt truvellng nnd scvere west hcr. The ladics rejillsed n good sum of inon ey from the leap year danie held Monday evenlng. About 30 people from Hinsdale attended. Other partles started to come, but turned bnck on account of bad trav cllng and deep snow. We urt Rtini to note that A. M. Sprlng. ho as oiHMated upiin at hls home sev "iul wccks n(o for appcndicitls. Is get tlng nlong as well as e in l- expecteI. Ic is .iow ablc to sit up a short tlme each day. nnd hls nurse has returned hnine Peveral vlsltors from Kvenlng Star Orange of Dummerston and Protpetlve Irange of Brattleboro were present at the last mei-tln-. of thc local Orange Sat urday evenlng. nnd Mr Snrgent enllvened thc nieetlnK by slnglng three suigs The progrnm for the next meetlng wlll be as follons. Reading. I'nrrle Chlckering: ques llon for gencral diseusslon. "School. and lullcs devolving uin arents nml suer intpinlents" : inuslc. Mrn. O. O. Oobleigh; nclt.itlon, Jo.ihtne Bevls; essay. Helen Colburn, song. O. O. Coblelgh. people In thls communty were saddened last WedenMjay to learn of tho serious a-ldcnt whlch hapiend to 1,'lle G. Davls while at work ln the wnods wlth h eom IHinion. cuttlng trces. Hls left leg wns terrlbly crusheil nnd the rlght leg wns b.nil.v liruleil. Mr. IXivis Is 35 yenrs old and has a uffe nnd three small chlldren. tlie nlet being a glrl of seven years Mr. D.ivis .m,l famlly have sient much of tlnir lj .i Iu thls town. and he has al w.ivs l"-ii a Bcm-rous nnd kind hearted m i'liir ,,nd friend. Mueh symathy ls epnMl for the famlly A tralned miif fin.n Orecnlleld ls e.iring for hlm at hi.s home in Iummeit,m Tl ImmIv of Mcrton Alnsworth was found lKsiue tlie rallroad track nenr Mor risville Tue-il.iv mortiing He had evl- I. ut. b. i n lniek l.y a traln vvhlle vvalk mu II tl,. I: itk Ilis skull was fractured .ittd bts b,- i!M.!,iI He had tieen at vv.uk Mi I,t'.i. l.nl.'V in H.irdvvlek several li.- Ili- vv f. d.i 1 r.-. . :,tly He leavea tt, mf i n t d.i .ghter Sck Blood Feed pale girls on Scott's Emulsion. We do not need to give all the reasons why Scott's Emulsion restores the strength and flesh and color of good health to those who suffer from siclc blood. The fact that it is the best preparation of Cod Liver Oil, rlch in nutrition, full of healthy stimulation is a suggestion as to why it does what it does. Scott's Emulsion presents Cod Liver Oil at its best, fullest in strength, least in taste. Young women in their " tecns " are permanently cured uf the peculiar disease of the blood which shows itself in by regular treatment with Scott's Emulsion. It is a true blood food and is naturally adapted to the cure of the blood sickness from which so many young women suffer. We will bt gtid (o tend a sample to tny sufferer. Be ure that thll plcture in the farm ol a hbtl it on the n-rapper of every bottle o( Emulsion ou buj, BCOTT & BOWNE, Chemlsts, 400 Teatl St., New York. The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths. ... ,..wu,1Sr jiav.tiiiii il 1 country inost tlnncrous bccntisc so tlecct) (icatus are causeu j by it hcart dis- ease, pucutuouta, heart failnro nr r- npoplexy nre often I .t. 1 !t ini; rcsuil Ol KIU- ney discasc. If kidtlcv trfinbln ta nllowedtondvnncc thekidiiev'-poison- 1,1,! ..!1t incic tne vital organs, cattsing catarrh of the bladdcr, or the kidnevs themselves brenk ilown aud waste avvny cell by cell. llladdcr troublcs nlinost always result from a dcraugeincnt of the kidneys and a cure is obtaincd (itiickest by a proper tt cntment of the kidnevs. If you nre feel iug lndly you cnu tiiake no'mistake by taking Dr. Kilnier's 5wamp-Root, the great kiducy, liver nml bladdcr remedy. It corrects innbility tn liold urine and scnlding pain iu pn"ssiin it, and over rniues that uuplensant iicccssity of bcing compclled to go often through the dny, aud to get up inanv times during the nlght. The mild and tlie extraordinary effect of Swnmp-Koot is soon renlized. It stands the higheit for its wonderful cures of the mot dif tressing cnses. Swnmp-Root is jileasant to take and is sold bv all druggists in fiftv-cent and oue-dollar size Iwttlcs. You thay have a sample little of this wonderful uew dis covery and a book tlint tclls nll about it, both sent free by mail. Address, Dr. Kil mer & Co., Ilinghaniton, X. Y. When writiug mention reading this generous offer in this paper. Don't make any mistnke, but remciulertlfe namc,Swanip Koot, Dr. Kihiier'sSwainp-Koot, and tbu address Ilinghaniton, N. Y., on everj bottlc. NORTHFIELD, MASS. A few from here attended the Vernon fair on Thursday evenlng. Mrs. L. A. Frerfch of Woodstixk. Vt . is the Riiest of her brother, Dr. N. P. Wood A call has beeti Issuetl for a Rppuhlieuti caiicus next Wednesday evenlng at the town hall. L'anlel Ilurnham of Company Gl. Srd reglment. Massachuctts Heavy Artlllerv. dled recently In town from the effei ( of u cancer. At the regular meetlng of Northfield t'lnptpr. ft. E. S.. belil on Wedm-Hdiv pvenlng. one candiilate recelved the d-gr-es. Cnke and cifTep were served The report of thc liist Northnel.l p oBlce for the p-ist ye.ir shows an crease of f2t31.5 over the prevlous y.-ii busln-ss. The gross rec-ipts were $11. IS.Via. L. U. Smith Is the imstmaster A party of 6 from thls vlll.ig,. eiij.ve,i :l slelgh rlde to South Vernon on Tu-s.liv taking dlnner at the South Vernon II.mis. Yhe dlnner was of tne rlght sort to whieh the company d.i full Justl. e. The ewi Ins was spent plHing eards and danelng. !l:e muslclHii of the p.irtv h.ivlng gone pr. p.,re,l ti, pla. J.im-s c Wood of N.iiihlield Mountaln dinl reeentlv after many months of (bleness. He was Iwrn in Scotland. cointng lo thls countiy when a young man. Ile learneil the shlp carix.nter's trade whlch he followed untll toor health led hlm to buy a farm In Northfield, wh he llved wlth hls daughter nnd famlly. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ross. Mrs. Wood died about two years ago slnce whlch tlme Mr. Wood had rapildy falled. Death of vVllllam C. Whltney. Wllllnm C. Whltney. 02. secretury of the navy under Presldent Celveland's llrst admlnistrntlon, nnd one of tho represen tvtlvc men of the country. dled Tuesday aflernoon at hls home ln New York clty from perllonltls nnd blood iiolonlng, fol lovving an operntlon for nppenillcltls. He was a son of Uen. James S. Whltney, who inducteil u general store several years in 'onwaj. Franklin county. Mass., who l.iter engHgeil In a vartety of enteriirlses, and who held the otllces of suierintend ent of the governrnent armory In Sprlng tleld and colUclor of the (ort of Boston. 1 he father was also a member of lioth branehes of the Masachusetts legisla ture Willlnm C. Whltney wns etlucated In Williston seminury. Yale college nnd tho Harvatd lavv school. nnd legun the prac tice of lavv iu New York clty. He wns a le.ider of the antl-Tammany county de mociaey, and Ilgured in tho overthrovv of tlie Tvveed rlng. He becnme closely ns socl.ited IHlitlcnl!y wlth Samuel J. Tll ilen. and wns actlve In the campalgn vvbi.-li resulted ln Mr. Ttlden's electlon as governor of New York. Hls flrst puhllr olllce was as corporatlon counsel In New York clty nt the age of 31. when for the llrst tlme tho methods of the of flce were systematlzed, s.iving the clty I2.0a0.000 the llrst year that he held of- flie Hc cnutlnucd to hold thls posltion under two stiecessive mnyors. He hnd a liici.itive lavv practlcc, belng tho advlser of life Insurnnco companios. railroads and other largo corporatlons. Hls vvlfe was Floru Payne, daughter of Henry B. Payne of Ohlo. a mllllonalre. Mr. Whlt ney was one of the leaders of the Demo eratlc convenllon whlch nomlnatcd Grover Cleveland ns the Democrntlc cnndldntc for Presldent. nnd nfter hls electlon he becnme a meniber of hls cnbinet. He pushed energeticnlly the work that Sec- ietar Clinmller hnd started for tho bulld lng of a new navy. nnd the famous whlto hlps whlch lihve plnycd their part In vvar weie laigely constructed durlng hls ad mlnistrntlon of the department. On leav Ing the cabinet he wns Instrumental In dlivctlng many streot rnilvvny companles and other lnrgo buslness enterprlses. and hnd accuntulatcd nn Imtncnse fortune. He found tlme to take a promlncnt place In soclal clrcles. Hls eldest son, Harry Payne Whltney. marrled Gcrtrude Van derbilt, nnd the second son, Payne Whlt nev. mariled n dnughter of Secretnry John Hny. He nlsn leaves two daughters. Hls llrst vvlfo dlcd In 1S92. and hls second wlfe. to whom ho was marrled in 1S9C, was fatally injured by being thrown from her horse vvhlle followlng hounds. Mr. Whitney's only brother, Henry M. Whlt ney of Boston, has also had an unusunl carcpr In buslness nctlvltles. .Mr. Whltney wns the domlnntlng forco In the Democrntlc nntlonal couvcntlon when Grover Cleveland was last noml ualed, nnd when there was strong oppo sitlon ngalnst hls cnndidacy in New York stnte. He wns tho greatest horse racer ln Amerlca, nnd ovvned ou Long Island tho flnest racing stahlo In the world. Hls horse Vnlndyovskl won the Engllsh Derby In 15-91. He malntalned n palatlal home on Flfth nvonuo ln New York clty, and had county cstntes nt Westbury, L. I., Lonox, Mass,, nnd Alken, S. C. He was the largest landovvncr ln Massachusetts, hav lng establlshed a gamo preserve of thous ands of ncrcs ln Washington nnd Ix;e In the Berkshire bllls, nnd nlso had another large tract for huntlng purposes ln the Adlrondacks. All records of nutomoblllng abroad havo been broken ln tho races the past few days at Ormond, Fla, W. K. Vanderbllt in a 90 horse power Mercedes racer (French machtne) went a slngle mllo ngalnst tlme in 39 scconds, ten mlles at an nverago speed of 41 seconds, and ho covored 50 mlles In 40.49 4-5ths. Mr. Van derbllt and II. L. Bowden of Waltham, Mass., wero tho prlnclpal wlnners In races, but tho one mlle champtonshlp was won by Harney Oldflcld, an Amerlcan, drlvlng an Amerlcan machlne, tho Wln-ton, NSURANCE SPECIALTIES. , FIRE j L1FE j ACCIDENT HEALTH PLATE GLASS i EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY ! RENT 1NSUUANCE TORNADO nnd WINDSTORMS 1 TIIE MUTUAL LIFE. N. Y. HARTFORD STEAM BOILER VERMONT MUTUAL IDEMN1TY nnd SURETY BONDS North Oerman Lloyd, White Star ' and Fabre Llne Steamshlp Tlckets. Over 23 yenrs' experlenco has mnde us reliable guldes In tho mattcr of Insur anco. Apply In person, by mall, telegraph or tclephono to . C. F. R. JENNE, Succcssor to Sherman & Jenne, Brattle boro, Vt. Establlshed 1807. Did You Ever Take a Pill ? If It Was Wrlghfs Indlan Vegetable Pill You got tho best madc. Infcrior pills arc aseaslly taken as good oncs. But Infcrior pllts do Just onc lourth the work Wrlghts" do. The Infcrior oill's name Is Leglon. Wright's Indian Veget able Pill, 25c. U e cther For Salc by ALL DRUGGISTS, Brattleboro, Vt. P1LES supposltory Orttol SthocU. S'ft'fit .V w ... i ra tj I tV, d all two '.r -t-T ;- s V IteT(r, Rn R W Vk.vre.-, w, t i -, .attt- , rri.oa. If H U U ' rk-(ff '--.r mim: ' U t I rit i t or II jr ! t.i. f n mtij to I si jwt rj &4 tr up rg r-t. 7 MtRTIN SUDT. t-A NCASTCR, , Snld ln Brattleboro by Geo. E. Greene, ln Iielltiws Falls by II. II. Davls. Call for free sample. MASSACHUSETTS NOTES. Long-Drawn-Out Case. Another chapter was opened at Green field Monday in the long-drawn-out llt ication over the Almn Davenport estate Ibr husband. Ollvcr Davenport, left an estate stated to be $700,000 of S'iO'I.OOO. The inajor iMirtion of thls went to hls nepliew, Wllllam Watson Davenport, a mar. who Is lotally bllnd and who was In comfortable clrcum.-lnnces before. When Almn Davenport dled she left nn estate of about M0.000. The mnjor portion of thls under tho wlll went to Wllllam Wat son Davenport nnd members of hls fam lly. The wlll was broken by a Jury ln the supremo court A portion of the prop ertv went to her direct hclrs. Monday Wllllnm Watson Davenport. through counsel. sued hls nephevv, WHIIam A. Iavenpoi t. as adminlstrntor of tho es tate, for board, clothlng. etc, fumlshed Mrs. Alma Daveniort through a term of years nnd nmountlug to JI7G1. The wlfe of Wllllam Watson Davenport nlso brings sult ngalnst Wllllam A. Davenport as ad minlstrntor for care and services from Nov. 1, 1S90, to Jan. 17, 1901, clalmlng $700. When the bllls were presented to the admlnistrator he stated that he siiould not pay them and sult could be brought as soon as deslred. Thus far $2!,000 of the estate has been dlstrlbuted to the helrs. What Our Congressmen Are Dolng. By the passage of hls resolutlon. pro vldlng for the reopenlng of the Alaskan seal nuestlon with Great Britaln, Sonator Diliinsham has won the llrst victory ln lus tlght ngalnst the extlnctlon of tho fur seals of the Prlblof Islands. The resolu tlon was lntroduced durlng the extra ordinary sesslon of Congress nnd was re ferred to the commlttee on forelgn rela tlons. This commlttee has rendered a fa vornble rejiort by unanlmous vote, and the resolutlon was adopted by the Senate vvithout n dlssentlng vote. Senator Proctor has lntroduced a blll to provide for the settlemcnt of certaln olalms of offlcers and enllstcd men of the army for the loss or destructlon of prop erty belonging to them ln the mllltnry seivlce of the I'nlted States. The blll provides that soldlers ln tho Spanlsh Amerlcan wnr nnd slnce mar be relm bursed for proicrty whlch was lost or dcstroyed through no fault of thelrs. The bill has been referred to the commlttee on milltnry affalrs of whlch Mr. Proctor ls actlnt chalrman. A carrler plgeon has made a record from Bayonno to Antvverp, llylng the dls tanec ln 10 hours nnd 39 mlnutes, or at the vate of about 59 mlles an hour. "Maud's latcst photograph Is Just love ly." "Is It?" "Yes. I had to ask who It was." tt'Icveland I'laln Dcalcr. Nothlng Helped Untll Dr. Kennedy's Niw Medlclne, Cal-cura Solvent, Was Taken. "I very much wish," writes Iioretta J. Vnil of Hopowell Junctiou, N, Y that I might be nblo in n few liues, without put tiug myself forwnrd, to let tho peoplo un ilcrstand how valunblo Cal-cura Solvent, tho new medicino tliscovered bjr Dr. David Kennetly, is in cases of iudigestion and tho liko aihnents, which are eo common among us, I suffered from a sovcre variety of liver complaint, with dizziness, nutubness, and an excecdingly wenk and excitablo stato of the nerves. I employed the best treatment withiu my rcach, yot nothing really helped until I began to uso Cal-cura Solvent, and that did." Writo to tho Cal-cura Company, Kenne. tly How, Koudout, N. Y., for a free samplo bottle. Remember i Only ono Dr. Dnvid Ken nedy ever lived in Hondout, City of Kings. tou, N. Y and bo suro you get hia new aud latnt medicino, which ia sold only in 1.00 bottles. JSnsincss (Cavtls. QEO. nODERTS. M. D Surgery nnd dlscases of women a pe clalty. omco. Crosby Block. Telophone. C. R. ALDRICH, M. D Unlon Block, Brattleboro. Orflce hours untll 9 a. m., 1 to 2 p. m.. and 7 to 9 p. m. ' C. S. PRATT, M. D., 18 North Mnin SL, Brattleboro. Oinco hours: 1 to 2.30, 6.30 to 8. DR. GEO. R. ANDERSON, n PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Omco nnd resldence, 88 Maln SL Sur gery In nll its brnnches a speclalty. Of flce hours: untll 10 a. m 1 to 2.30 p. m.. evenlngs, 6.30 to 8. Telephone, Brooki Houae. A. I. MILLER, M, D PHVSICIAN AND SUUGEON. Hooker block; 8 till 9 a. tn., 1 to 2, t.It to 8 p. m. Dr. J. W. GREGG. Offlce over Thomns's drug store. Hours DR. H. L. WATERMAN, " OfTlce nnd resldence, 41 EUIot SL Of flce hours. 12.30 to 2.30; evenlng. 6 to 8. C. Q, WHEELER, D. O.. OSTEOPAT1IIC P1ITSICIAN. 30 North Mnin St., Brattleboro. Offlce hours i 9 to 12 and 1.30 to 4, Wedneadays and Saturdays exccpted. GEO. H. GORHAM. M. D.. r.ii'h.'.tilc?i U,0C: M,1ln st- DratUeboro. Practice llmlted to dlseasea of Eye, Ear. Noso and Throat. Hours, 9.30 a. m. to 12 m 2 to 4 p. m., Tuesdays nnd Fridays only. At Bellows Falls the rest of ta week. P. P. WHITE, M. D., ,r.ph8(S,antand Surgeon, Williamsvllle, I nnd 6 to 7 p. m." Telep'hon'e. FREMONT HAMILTON, M. D., Olllce and resldence No. 1 Llndsn streeL Hours until 8 a. m., 1 to 2.30 aml early evenlng to 7.30. Sundays, 1 ta J p. m. DR. C. S. CLARK, ,L. DENTIST. Whltney Block. Brattleboro, Telephone. DR. L. S. EDWARDS. Dentltt. Olllce and resldence 12 Prospect BL. Brattleboro. Telephone. DR. ALVIN KNAPP, DENTIST. Hooker Block, Brattleboro. BACON t HOOKER, i Ullery Bulldlng. Brattleboro. , H. G. BARBER, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Crosby Block. Brattleboro. STEAM CARPET CLEANING Uorks, 8 Flat St. E. H. THOMAS. Prop. G. F. BARBER, DENTIST. Unlon Block. JOHN E. GALE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Guilford, Vt. Speclal attentlon to all matters connectcd wlth the probate court. CLINT M. DUGAN. , VIOLIN TEACHER, Leonard Block. Barttleboro. C. B. CROWELL. SURVEY'OR, . Brattleboro. VL HASKINS & SCHWENK, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS, And Sollcltors of Patents, Brattleboro W. D. SMITH, EXPERT ACCOUNTANT. j Trlal balanees and statements rendered. Latest approved methods lntroduced If uesirea. vvaterman & Martln's offlce. L. W. ADAMS. , FREIGHTING AND JOBBINO. Telephone 143-13. Offlce 10 Main SL GEO. P. MILLER, " Auctloneer. Guilford. Vt STOCK COMPANIES FORMED and 0- i,aii.t:u, um enierpnses aiueu. Lorpora tlon work and a llne of law. Y'ORK COR PORATION TRUST & LAW CO., GU sum, N. H. Jictjnl Jioticcs. STATi: OF VERMONT, Wcotmlnster. SS The I'robate Court forsaid Distrlct. To all ieixin Inttrestcil in tho Etate of JOHN M. IilTCHCOC'K lato of Putney, d" cea-ej. Greetlng. Wherea. F.llen Murphy bas presented to this Court an iti-trument purportlng to be tho last will of sald deceascd, for probate : You aro hcreby notiflcd that thH Court will decide uiMin tlie probate of said instrument at the M!lnn thcreorto l.e held at the I'robate Ofllco ln llcllows Falls in sald Distrlct, on tbe 5th day of March. A. D. l'.Ol, when and where you may api'oarand contt thofame. if you sco catise. y.l.NA II. ALI.I1EE, Judge. COMMISSIONF.ltS' NOTICE. lTATE OK GEOltC.E II. PIIILLIPS. We. thet-ule-riUTs.lieingdulya'piointcd bv the Honoriible Probate Court for the Distrlct of Westminster coiuinlslonci to recelvc ex atulue and adjust all clalms aml demands of all jiersons ngalnst tho ctato of GKOltGE II. I'HlLI.Il'tf. latenf Putney ln sald distrlct. de ceascd, and also all clalms and demands exhib iteil iu olTset thereto; andsix months from tho Ktli day of Jnnuary last being allowcd by sald court for that purpose. we do therefore hereby glve notice that vve will attend to the buslness or our sald appointment at the Town Clerk's officiu Putney, ln sald distrlct. oh the 3d day of March aud the Sx day ofJuly next, from 10 o'clock a. m. untll 4 o'clock p. m.. on each of suld days. A. W. KIDDER, E. II. AKLEY. ... , . M.C.INGALLS. teh. 1. 1904. M Cominissloners. OMMISSIONEItS' XOTICE. ESTATE OF HENRY G. FIELD. ihe undersigncd havlng bcen nppoluted by the llon. l'rolmte Court for tho Dlstnct or Marltioro ComniKloncrs. to recelve, examlne nnil adjut all clalms and demands of all per sons against tho estate of Henry G. Ficld lato of Ilrattleboro In sald distrlct. dcceased, and all clalms cxhibitcd in otlsct thereto, hereby glve notice that we wlll meet for the purpoeo aforesaid. at the olllce of II. E. Tavior & Son. on the 10th day ol February and 12th day of July i ext, from 2 o'clock until 4 o'clock p. m., each of sald days, nnd that slx months from tlie a)th day of Jnnuary. A I). 1RU. is the timo llmited by said Court for said crcdltors to pre sent thclr clalms to us for cxamination and allowancc. Dated at Ilrattleboro thls 20th day of Janu nry, A. I). 1904. H. E. TAYLO'k: Commissloners. OOMMISSIONEIIS' NOTICE. J ESTATE UF LOltlNDA G. I1LOCKER. we thc subscrlber, lieingduly appolnted by the Hon. Probato Court for the IHstrict of Westminster eoramlssioners to recelve, ex nmlne nnd ndjust nll clalms and demands of all pcrsons agalnst tho cstato of Lorindn G. Rlock. er hvte of Jamaica in said Distrlct. deceascd, nnd also all chilms nnd demands exhibltcd ln otisct thereto: and slx months from the 10th dny or Uceeinber last, belng nllowed bv sald Court for thnt purpose. wedothereforotiereby glve notice. that we will nttcnd to the buslness of our sald apirointment. at tho Jamaica Sav ings bank in .lamaica village ln sald Distrlct. ou the third Wednesdasor Fcbruuri nndJuno ncxt, rrom 10 o'clock u. m. untll 1 o'clock p. m., , on each of sald dnv s. SAv:J'ln,,V.n!,,V"-IN.!. commissloners. Datcii tit Jamnlca.'.Ian. 23. A. D. 1901. C10MM1SSIONEKS' NOTICE. J ESTATE OF MOSES DEYO. 1'ho underslgned hnving tieen nppointed by tho Hon, l'rolmte Court for tho Distrlct ot Marlboro Commissloners. to rcceivc. exnmlno aud udjust all clulms nnd demands of nll pcr sons ngalnst the estnto of "Moses Ileyo lato or Urattlctioro Iu s id distrlct, deceascd, and all clalms cxhibitcd iu offset thereto, hcreby givo notice that vve wlll meet ror tho purpose nforc sald, nt Stovve's law olllce on tbo Uth day of February, 1904, and the 9th day of July next. from 2 o'clock untll 4 o'clock p. ra., each of snld dayg. aud that slx months from tho 18th day of Junuary, A. I). 1904, is the tlme llmited by sald Court for sald crcdltors to present thclr clalms to us for examiuatlon nnd allow nme. Datcd at Brattleboro this 18th day of Jan uary, A. B. 1904. Il'.E". TYLOIL" Commissloners. STATE OF VERMONT, Westminster. SS. Tho Probate Court for sald Distrlct. To all pcrsons lntercstcd In the estate of EMII.Y N. HAHltlS lnto of Brookline ln sald distrlct, deceased, Greeting. Whcreas, George E. Waro, admimstrutor upon tho Estate of Emlly N. Harris lato of brookline ln said IHstrict. deceascd, bas tlled hls pctltion in this Court sctting forth that tho sale of tho whole of tho Hcal Estate of sald de ceascd wlll bo benetlclal to tho helrs and nll crsons intcrcstod tbcreln. and praylng for llcenso to scll the ennie, and at the same tlmo tlleil In this Court what purports to Ihj tho eon scnt ln writing of all the helrs rcsidlng In thls stato to such salo. Whcreupon lt is ordered thnt tho sarao bo bcard at the sesslon of said Court, to bo held at tho Probate Ollico ln bellows Falls on tho 5th day of March, A. D. 1904, when and where you may bo licnrJ in tho premises, if you seo cause. - IZINA II, ALLIIEFJudgo.