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THE VERMONT PHCENIX, BRATTLEBORO, FRIDAY. APRIL 22, 1904. IN WINDHAM COUNTY BROOKLINE. Mrs. V. W. llnntioy wns tll with grlp lnst wcck. T.Irs. Almon Mnrsh hns sold ono of hcr houses to Mrs. Arnd Fellows. Mlss Hclon Wcllmnti Is spendlng some tlmo wlth Mrs. C. P. Stickncy und other frlends In town. Thero wlll bo prcnchlng by Itov. Mr. Metcnlf in tho Mcthodlst church ncxt Sunday, tho wcalhcr belng fitvorublo. Our town school wlll begln ncxt Mon day, Aprll 25, wlth Mlss Woolcy of Graf ton tenchor. It wns lnteniled to havo tho sprlng tcrm opcn tlils wcck, but It waa nccccssary to changc tho tlinc on ne count of tho schoolhousc not bclng ready. About elght lnches of snow fell Frldny nlBht and Saturday forcnoon, nnd Snt onlay lt was a (lucstlon wlth trnvelers whether to uso slelghs or wngons. Thls wJntry weathcr rovlvcd tho sugar busl ncsa, nnd tho few who had not guthered tbclr buckcts rcaped tho bencflts. DUMMERSTON. Tho ladles' club wlll mcet wlth Mrs; Z. . Purry Wednesday nftcrnoon, Aprll 27, nt 2 o'clock. All nre cordlnlly Invltcd. Thc tencher of tho North school Rave up hcr charRo nt tho closo of thc flrst day. ns she was not confldent thnt she would bo nblo to contlnuo longer on nccount of ill liealth. Mlss Mnrgnret E. SpauldlnR of thl'1 town and J. K. Johnson of Vernon wcro mnrrlccl nt tho lwme of tllO blldc'S P'll- cnta, Mr. nnd Mrs. Hoyt T. Spnuldlng, Wednesdny. Aprll 20. Tho ceromniiy w.is pcrformcd !y ltev. V. I'. Jnckson. Edwln Stnrk, 22, yonnRcr son of Mr. and Mrs. Leavltt U Slnik of this town, dled Wednesday In a hospitnl In New Hnvcn, Conn., from cerebro spinal me nlnRllls. The funeral wlll bo hcld ut tho CoiiRrcRatlonal church, tomorrow, Suttir Uay, aftcrnoon nt 2 o'clock. WEST DUMMERSTON. Mrs. NcPio O'Hrlcn is worklng nt My ron Kvnns's. Mlss Edlth Claik began tcnchliiR In thc west lllnso last Morulay. Mlss Eltrabeth rurplc npencd the Llrldgo school Tuesday. Nclson Evans dled Snluiday, Aprll 1C, from i)r.eumonla. at the home or hls lirothcr. lle was a son of Mr. nnd Mis. John Kvnrts. lle Is survlved by hls wlfe, -wlio was Annn Eveileth, a slster and ono brotlur. Within threo months three dcaths havo occurrcd ln thc famlly, Kdna Downs, Henry nnd Nelson Evans. Tho funeral was hcld Tuesday aftcrnoon nt tho homo of Mr. Evans's slster, ltev, W. 1. Jackson olllclatlng. E. H. Mlller sang. WEST DOVER, rorllo O. Davls wcnt to North Adams Saturday, Mrs. Hester Davls ls at home for n fow weeks. Mcrchant V. I.. Adams was in North Adams Mondny. Mrs. llomcr Lord of Somerset vlslted ln town last Sunday. Holland Dennlson returncd to Wilming ton last Frlday. IIo will go from thero to Colrnln to vlslt. 15. U Hogle of White Itlver Junction visltcd hls unclc, T. K. liogle, last week Thursday and Frlday. Tho body of Mrs. Edwln Hoyt wns brought hore last Sunday for burlal beslde hcr fathcr and mothor in the vlllagc ccme terj'. She was tho daughter of I.orcnzo nnd Thyrza (Mack) llescock. was born and ahvays llved ln town untll nbout two nnd one-half ycnrs ngo, when she moved to Newfnne. Ilosides her husband, she Is survlved by a tlaughter, Ella, wlfo of Wllllam Tobey, two brothers, Henry of Newfnne, nnd Hornce of thls town. Mrs. Hoyt wns respected by nll who knew her, and will bo sadly misscd in the home. EAST DOVER. Thomas Tobey nnd hls granddaughter, Lllla Tobey, havo gono to Westmoreland and wlll keop house thero. Sugnrlng is not yct ovor. D. S. Prouty haa retappcd hls trees and is maklng n good quantity of sugar. IIo has nlready mado over 400 gallons of syrup. Wnylnnd Mooio movcd hls fnmlly nnd housohold goods here Saturday from South Newfane, and will cariy on Gllbert Good cll's farm thls year. GUILFORD CENTRE. E. W. L.egato and I... E. Jnriueth were ln Montpelier nnd liurllngton Tuesday nnd Wednesday. Mrs. S. M. liullock and son, Ivovell, returned Tuesday fiom n tcn days' vlslt ln Springfleld, Mnss. Mr. and Mrs. ISutton I3urrouglis, who wero ln New lirltnln, Conn., last week, returned to E. W. Legnte's Mondny. IJrond Ilrook Orange wlll havo n May danco ln Grang" hall Frlday evonlng, May C. Supper wlll bo servcd In tho lowor hall. All aro cordially invited. Only n fcw nttended tho caucus Satur day evcnlng. S. M. Hullock nnd E. W. ljcgato were chosen delegatcs to tho con vcntlon nt Montpelier nnd the Itepublican Ieaguo meetlng nt ISurlington. L. E. Jn queth and Creon Mlner wero chobon al lcrr.atcs. GUILFORD. Tho llrst nutomobilo of the season np peared here last Frlday nfter'noon, comlng from Bmttleboro. The next mornlng tlio Itround wns covcrcd with n foot of snow, and slelgh3 wero ln order. Mrs. Oscnr Jaqueth, who was critleally 111 nnd was moved from her home on a bod to F. N. Farnum's in Cernnrdston April 4, has so far recovered that she wlll bo nblo to return to her home ln n few days. Mrs. Jnquotli has been cnrcd for falthfully by Mrs. Fnrnum, who ls a r.urse. On complalnt of Mis. I'owcrs, ngent of tho humano soclety, Joe Gntes of thls town was arrested for not complylng wlth her order to klll his horse. A heariiiR was appointed for Wednesday at the Hroad Brook house, but was postponed three weeks for Inck of securlng counsel for the defendant. Mrs. Hetsey (Tyler) Weatherhead, wid ow of Orrin Weatherhead of thls town, dled Tuesday in Brattleboro nt tho homo of her daughter, Mrs. Julla Cooley, Tho funeral was held Thursday, nnd the burlal was In thls town ln the cemetery ln tho Androws district. Her son, Jesse, is tho only ono of tho chlldren llvlng ln town at tho prcsent tlme. Rather thnn be deprived of a telephono llno from thls town to Hrnttloboro, many of our townsnipn havo ngreed to havo tolephones placed in thelr homes. Tho llno wlll bo rebullt nnd extended through t!als placo south to Woodburn Frnnklln's, atno through South IIollow district to FrAnk Jncobs's. Tho followlng persons hava subscrlbed: Jocl Flngg, W. Harrett, Fred Coombs, E. P. Squlres, Iorenzo l.each, John I-oys, John Gnle, Charles Coombs, Phlllp Frnnklln, Geo. P. Mlller, Lyman Huntley, 10. D. Conyers, Beit Whlttemore, Frnnk Jacobs. HALIFAX. ln town wlll begln Monday, Schools April 23. STRATTON. Curtls Knapp ls at horae. About 12 lnches of snow fell Frlday nlght. Mrs. nnd Mrs. Fred Hulett nnd Ed Sponcer of Jamaica spent Sunday at II. M. Iluletfs. Misa Mattie Baybrook of West North field, Mnss., Is vlsltlng her parents, Mr. and Mrs, George Baybrook, and at her brother's, A. II. Baybrook's. JACKSONVILLE. Mlss Olndys Chcnoy wlll tonch In Dover tho comlnR tcrm. Mr. Cnrron has movcd from tho Itob crts placo to Colrnln. W. A. W'llcox has gono to New Ilnven to onRaRo In buslncss. Albcrt I.cFny has movcd to hls fartn, latcly bouRht of Wnyno I.. Fowler. From 12 to 14 Inchcs of snow fcll Frl day nlfiht nnd Saturday mornltiR. A. A. nuttcrflold nnd Chnrles lt. Wnsto nttcndcd tho dcdlcatlon of the new Mn sonlc tcmplo In North Adnms Tuesday. Ira 1'. Chnso of New Ilcdford. Mnss., Is vlsltlnR hls parcntfl nnd other rola tlves nfter nn nbsonco of n year. lto wlll return to hls work In n fow dnys. Death of Mrs. R. C. Streeter. Mrs. Fntinle A., wlfo of Dcaeon 11. C. Streeter, a llfo lonR rcsldent of Whltlng linm, Hed Aprll 11, nt tho home of hcr daughter, Mrs. S. O. Ulckford, nt Hlver slde, Mnss., whcrc Mr. nnd Mrs. Streeter had rcccntly movcd. Mrs. Streeter lmd becn In poor hcnlth somo tlme, nnd, whlle the ond wns not entlrely iuioxpoct cd, sho wns nblo to walk nbout the houso and take breakfnst wlth tho famlly only the day heforo hcr death. Mrs. Streeter wns 80 ycnrs old, havlnR bcen born ln Whitingham, Scpt. 13, 1S23, daiiRhtcr of Davld nnd Fannlo l'nr mnloe Eamcs. She wns mnnled Dec. lfi, IS-tl to Dearon Uoyal C. Streeter, nlso n natlvc of Whitingham, nnd who sur vlves her, belng two years hcr nenlor. Sho nlso leaves, beslde hcr daiiRhtcr, wlth whnm she llved, thrce grnndchlld- ren-ornmcl S., Myron A., nnd Elvn lt. lllckfmd; four grcat grnndchlldren, nnd nn adoptcd daughter, Mis. I.inn.i V. Truesdell of Townshend. The sooond Rrandson Is a proinlucnt muslclan ln Kprlngfi.eld, Mnss. Mrs. Streeter had u strong, well trnlned mind, havlng bceu n sehonl tcacher In hcr youngcr dnys. Snmo ycnrs ngo, wheti cx-Mayor Clark Jlllson of Worcester,' Mnss., nlso n natlvc of Whitingham, was prcparlng hls hlstory of the town, she wns of grout nssistnnco to hlm, furnlshlng famlly reeords nnd mnny IntcrestlnR rcmlnlsoenees nnd lmpoitnnt data concernlnR the town. She nlso rcnd nnd correctcd thc proofs of the cntlre work. She had bcen n falthful nnd conslstcnt niemher of thc ltaptlst church of her na tlvc town for fil years, havlng becn one of the chnrter mcmbors. No ono who knew her eould fnll to bo Imprcssed by hcr Christlan llke eharncter. The funeral was hcld Tlmrsday, Aprll 1 1, from the church of whlch sho was a mcmber so long, ltev. John 1. Doist, the prcscnt pastor, olIlelatlnR. nnd wns largely attcndcd by frlends nnd relatlves. The burlal wns In thc famlly lot ln Green cemctcry. WHITINGHAM, ltnlhcrt Baker of Nlngarrt Fnlls nrrlved Monday. M. L. Fox ni rlved ln town the flrst of the. week. Mr. nnd Mrs. O. lt. Chaso were ln town Tuesday. Harrlo Chase has bcen at homo ill thls week Bradford I'pbm spent Sunday wlth hls famlly, roturning to Fltohburg Tuesday mornlng, Mrs. George Albeo has been conflnod to her bed slncc lnst Frldny, and Is very 111. She wns Sl years old Aprll ". Itov. John Dorst Is In very poor honlth. and unnble nny longer to occupy tho pul pit of thc ltaptlst cluireh. llo rend hls lctter of rcslgnntlon last Sunday. II. O. Hlcks nnd daughter, Dalsy, of North Adams, nnd l.ucius 1.. Baker of Temiileton, Jlass., weie ln town Tuesdny to attcntl tlie funcrnl of thelr brother-in-law nnd uucle. Calvln Baker. Anothcr of the oliler icsldents of thls town passed nwuy Mondny In the death of Mrs. Itoyal Streeter. whlch occurred nt thc home of her daughter, Mrs. S. G. Ulckford, In Itlverslde, Mass. The body was brought here for burlal in tho Green cemetery Thursday nftcrnoon. The fu neral was held nt tho Baptlst church. Mrs. Streeter was born ln thls town Scpt. 13, 1S2.1. nnd wns the daughter of Davld and Fannlo Pnrmalco Eames.. She mar rlcd Itoynl C. Streeter. nlso n natlve of thhf town, Dec. 1C, IS II, nnd ho survlves her, nlso her daughter, three grand chll dren, four great-grandehlldren, nnd nn adoptcd daughter. Mrs. I.lnna V. Trues dcll of Townshend. Calvln Baker, who hns been conflned to the house sevornl weeks wlth brlghts dlsenso, dled Satuidny. Whlle hls death wns not wholly unoxpected, lt eame ns n slioek to hls many frlends. Mr. Baker was born ln Gnrdner, Mass., Aprll 12, 1S2T, nnd cnily ln the sixtles eame to thls town and was one of lts enrllest mlll own eis. Aprll 2.1. 1S03, he mnnled Bowenn I'. llleks of Readsboro, who dled sevornl yoais ago. Seven chlldrcrt weie born to tliem, four of whom survlve: Ernest C. of Iteadsboro, I.ula C, of Whltlnghnm, Halbcit A.. of Nlagarn Fnlls. nnd Idn V., wlfe of Eugene Munloek of thls town. The funeral was held nt Green Mountaln hall Tuesday aftcrnoon, ltev. Mr. I'otter of Shelburne Fnlls conductlng tho ser vice. Tho large number of frlonds nnd iclatlves who nttended tostltled to the tsteem ln whlch he wns hcld. John Saw yor, Amherst Snow, M. I.. Fox nnd Ansel Boyd weio the benreis. Mr. Baker was closely Identlfled wlth the buslncss Inter ests of the town for nearly 10 irs, he Ing a mechnnlc of moie than ordinary nblllty. Of a genlal whole-soulod dls posltlon, he made many filcnds who dco) ly mnurn hls loss, nnd he wlll be sadly missed by the chlldren nnd granddaugh ter, who loved hlm so well nnd dlil so much to mnko hls llfo n happy one. Tho cnsket wns covercd wlth benutlful llow ers. Tho burlal was ln the vlllngo cem etery. WILMINGTON. sovernl schools havo begun tho Tho sprlng term. Mis. E. E. uevernl days. Wheeler has been qulto 111 ltev, G. E. Woodman is in Malne for a week or more. Mrs. John S. Stnnley ls recovorlng from n severo lllness. O. E. Butterlleld hns been ln Newfane a part of tho week. Edward Barnard has returncd to Brook lyn after n vlslt of n week. I. T. Page was In Nowfnno Tuesday ns H wltness ln tho Boglo case. Mrs. Max-y Morgan wlll roturn from Connecticut ln a short tlme. Mlss Lottlo Klngsley hns succeedcd Mlss Helen Buell ns llbrnrlan. Mrs. E. J. Tltus is home nfter a vlslt of two or tlnee months ln Hoston. M. W. Stieltnoy left town on Tuesdny und will bo ubsont two or three wjoeks. O, O, Wnre will bo In Townshend for a week or moro looking after tho shlpplng of syrup from that placo. Forcst L. Upton ndvertlscs hls person al property for salo by publlo nuctlon on Mny 5. IIo sold hls farm to Purry M. Davls. Rov. Fllnt M. Blssell of Springfleld, who consldered a call from tho- Unlvcrsallst church of thls placo, has decldcd not to uccept. Col. J, II. Gouldlng, Frank L. Allen nnd John Fowler nttended the convcntions nt Montpelier and Burlington Tuesday nnd Wednesday, Tho demand for hny ls great and many of tho farmers flnd lt a problcm to keep thelr cattlo through untll they can bo turned out. Tho Hstcrs. havo nearly completed thelr labors nnd tho 1'ot wlll bo dcposlted ln the town clerk's offlco on tho 25th lnst., nceordlng to law. "Monk" Eastman, leader of nn East sldo gang of thuga ln New York clty, convlcted of murderous assault on a de tectlvo, has been sentenced to ten years ln state prlson, Georgo Coan, a noto rlous character of the same class on the West slde, was also sentenced for the same longth of tlme. SOUTH LONDONDERRY. Mrs. It. IX Tyler nnd Mrs. Mnrtln llos Hns nre 111. Mrs. Georgo Johnson nnd chlld nre vls ltlng Mrs. Johnson's parents In Weston. O. lt. Clnyton of Chester visltcd hls parents lnst week. Mrs. 11. Mnrsh of Townshend visltcd hcr daughter nt tho holol over Sunday. Englneer Gntes Is sutrerlng from nn nttnck nf rhcumatlsm whlch keops hlm fiom hls work. Tho Mcthodlst ladles' nld soclety wcro entcrtnlnod at tl.o parsnnngo hnll Wed nesdny by Mrs. Georgo Gnrdncr. Tl.e Hnptlst cluireh Is bclng wlrcd for tlcctrlc llghts. Tho llghts hnvo been In uso In tho Mcthodlst church sevornl weeks. Mllon Goddard of Hoston wns In town lnst weclt to attend hls slstcr'a funcrnl. Nunna French returned lnst week to her homo In Weston, nfter spendlng u few weeks ln town. Mlss Glndys Chcnoy returned to her homo ln Jncksonvllle Wednesday, after spcndlr.g sevornl weeks wlth hcr slster. .Mrs. W. W. Hcnld. t.yle Plotce returned Tucsduy from tho Allmny Buslncss collcge, and wlll begln hls school ln Townshend noxt Mondny. A. W. Hawson has recovered from hls Injury sufllclently to bo nblo to wulk wlth tho nld of crulches. Tho Epworth LenRUo will hold n "rub ter soclal" at thc town hall next Wed nesdny evcnlng. Thc ndmlsslon feo wlll be "rubber" In nomo foim. Shermnn Conc, Mrs. F. O. Plcrce nnd I... H. Piercc of thls placo nttended the funcrnl of Georgo ltussell ln l'eiu Snt urdny. Slx inchcs of snow greetcd our vlshin S.itunlay mornlng, maklng the oiulh look llke mld-wlntor ngnln. !ugiir makeis nre ftlll ut woik. U hns piowd to bo tho mo.it piolltable S"u- son lor many yinrs, nnd tho iU.illlv nf sugar is ery sntlsfnctory. Schools in thls vlllngo begln next Mon- uay wltn wnrrcn Heald teachor In the hlgher dcpnrtment and Mlss Mnry Piercc in ine primary. A. 13. Cudworth. J. W. Molendy and W. I,. Gibson nic ln Montpelier nnd' Burllng- inn ims weei as Uelcgates to tho stutu anu uisinct convcntions. WILLIAMSVILLE. Chester IVrry has not been ns well ns usunl for sevornl days. Cnil Brown hns begun drlvlng tho stnge lor Mr. iinu lor n month. Jlrs. cjuinn and baby or New London, Conn., nro vlsltlng her slster, Mrs. Frnnk w nsner. The openlng or tho schools wns post poned untll Apill 2.1 ou nccount of tho snow last Frlday. G. B. Latnb ls havlng n co.it of new pnlnt put on hls houso. C. K. Stedmhn nnd son nro dolng the work. altcr Tefts has returned to hls work nt tho stenm mlll, urtcr nn nbsence or sevornl weeks on nccount or lllness. .Mlnnle lloscoek enme homo Tuesday evonlng, nrter spendlng sovonil weeks wlth her brother George's famlly ln Utccnllolu. A plt pnrty wlll be held nt tho school nouso iinu hrldny evonlng, Aprll 22, to whkli nll nre Invited. Thorc wlll be no adtnisslnn fee. .Mlss Mnry Allon. our inllllner, wlll go io uniosiioio (,'entre Thursdny, Apill with lior llno of goods, to stny n week Iler slmp will be closod during tlmt tlme. I.ev. J. c. Ilazelton pioqehed ln tho Mcthndlst church lnst Sunday mornlng, nnd nt Jiast Dover ln tho aftcrnoon. IIo wlll roninln hero for tho prcsent, nnd hns gono for hls fnmlly. Mrs. D. D. Dlcklnson is III. Her chll dien. Chnrlos II.. nnd Mrs. Allco Newton oi nlllngfoid, Conn., nie hore to cnre for hcr. '1 hey hopo to nrevent nn nt L tnck of grlp. 1.. C. Ilnlo is dolng n pleco of woik thnt wlll rejnlee the henrts of tho fnrm eis. IIo has moved the hnyscales sev- erai ieei nenier the road nnd nlso wld ened the hulldlng so that ono can drlve ln witnout nny dnngor. A benutlful slght gicotcd tho eye Snt urnay mornlng when overy brnnch nnd twig was frosted wlth snow. Tho wlnd Wew on much of tho hurden on tho trees. whlch, lu tho mlnds of some piapte, wlll piihtcy aiiolher snowstorm before spilng sets in. Wl NDJH AM Ih vlsltlng Bon Itoger In Dover thls week. Mr. nnd Mrs ton thls woek. II. K. 'ood nre lu I!o- Elvn Mack Uat retuinod from her trlp io uimanu anu ntner plnccs. A new prlvate lilephono llno wlll sonn bo put up. golng from tho west pnrt of ine lown to ine oentre vlllngo. The recont oold wonther nnd snow gnvo tho sugar makers nnother good run of siip. Tho sugar thls year hns been of more thnn oidlnniy good qunllty, and nn average qunntlty hns been made, Mis. 1 1. S. Prontlss has retuuied from vlsltlng her chlldren nnd is stnying wuii .Mrs. i,. ii. Jones prcimrntnry to oiHJiilng her houso, whlch sho wlll do on tho nriivul of her slster. Mrs. Kemn who, wlth her grandson, oxpects to vlslt ner soon Tho Itnllans who havo been chopphig for ine Lociueii i.umber eompnny hnvo llnlsh ed thelr woik nnd nre uow worklng in Cliostcr. Mr. and Mrs. Alvn Hnrris nnvo moved rroni .outh Windham to tho Ooodell mllls, whoro Mr. Ilnnis ex I'octs to woik the comlng senson. Mr. Farwell, who has been nt tho mllls, moved hls famlly to the houso recentlv oeeupled by Alvn Ilnrrls. The bulldlngs of Wllllam Morciidue. on tho S. W. Kondall plnce, wero destrojeil by ilre enily Monday mornlng. No one knows how tho flro orlglnuted, but the cnuso Is thought to hnve been n dofcctlvo chlniney. Mrs. Moigrldge wns up nnd nbout her usunl nousehold dutles when tho house wnt dlscovered to bo lu llnmes. The other membeis of the fnmlly were Tho other mcmbcrs of thc fnmlly were in bcd. The flro had gnlned such hend wny that only a Hiuall portlon of tho housohold furnlture nnd tho llvo stoek wero saved. Tho famlly aro stnying nt prosenl at J. W. Gould's. A Card. We, tho undcrslgnod, do heicby mriih) to io fuuil tlio inoiioy ou n .Vl-reni boltle ol (iicene's Wiurnntcd Syiup ot Tnr It It fnllstocuro ymr cough orcolil. W'o also giiainntee u aie bottlo to pioe Mitlsfai'tor.v or nioney letimdcd. TlioniiLS I'lmriniicj.G. U.Ciieene, lliooks lloufo I'liiirimu'y, I'. II. Iloldcn - Co., llrattlebnro. J. Ij.ftookwt'll, West Iliuttlolioro. K. A. Teniple - t'o., .liu-UsonvHle. M. S. Munii, HIiimIuIo. N. II, W. S. Holland, Townshend. Iluiher IliDllieif. West Townshend. N. M. llntLheliler, .Vewlnne. C. K. IMrk, A. M. Menitlcld, Wlllliinisvillc, W.C. Ilnlhiday, Uut llover. A, i:. Sinitli, .liinialcn. F. I,. Wheeler, Wiutlshoro, Iliown .V ltder. West Ward!boro, A. M. C'orscr, Jl. (I. W'lllltiuis, Putney, Vt. "What ls the prlco of Dobbln's Electrlc sonp?" . "Slx cents ri bar, full slze, reduced from ten." "Why, that's the prlco of common brown soap. Send me a box. I cnn't afford to buy nny other soap after thls," OASTOHIA. Bean the j Tho Klnd You Haia Always Bougbt Blsnr OASTOniA. Bean tho ,p ThB Kind You Hava Always Bought bki th Ihe Klnd You Hava Always Boughf NEWFANE. Tho vlllagc school tnticht by Mlss fcwuzcr wnt rcopcn Mondny fnstor Davies of tlm Conirrecatloiinl church wns nwny over Sundny. Mlss Swltzcr of West Townshend slient n day thls week nt Mrs W. N. Clmso's. Eugeno llowe, son of II. llowe of thls town, Is movlng from New Boston, N. II., to tho Phllllps fnrm ln l'utnoy. Nearly n foot of snow on tho lGth nnd IGth brought out slelchs for slx eoiisee- utlvc months, four ot thcm solld for slelghlng. Invltntlons hnvo been Issued thls week for tho noth wcddlng nnnivorsarv of Mr. nnd Mrs. Georgo W. Pursons on Mnv 3 from 2 to 5 nnd 7 to 9 n. in. Tho men of Nowfnno cntertnlned thn lndles nt Unlon hall wlth progrcsslvo plt" on .Wednesdny evonlng. nnd sunnnr wns servcd by Unlon hnll helpcrs. Wnltcr B. Whlto of New Brltuln. Conn.. who cnmo to tho funcrnl of hls slster, Mrs. Adellno Iugnlls, nt Townshend last week, hns been n recent gucst nt M. O. Howo's. Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Undcrwood wero cnlled to Putney Thursday by tho funernl oi .Mr. iinuorwood-8 fnther. John Undcr wood, who formeriy llved In thls town n few ycnrs. D. A. Benson, Amnsa Grout nnd Cl.iudn Maher, the lattcr ns substltuto for F. A. DoWltt, wcro delegatcs to uttend tho dis trict nnd stnte convcntions In Burlington und Montpelier, Butlermakcr Mlllard of Grent Barrlng- ton, Mnss., hns bcen ongagcd for n ycnr by tho crcnmery nssoclatlon. Mr. und Mrs. Mlllard will begln housekoeplng ln thc crenmery tcnomont. I'he uiinunl meetlng of the I.lberul nnd Chuiltublo Clirlstlnn soclety (so numed when the church, now conveitod Into Cnlon hnll. wns bullt) will be held nt the M)cl'ly's bulldlng (ITnlou hnll) on Snt- i-.rdny evcnlng, Aprll 30, nt S o'clock. nnd worki r of thls county, who h.is bi-en known for loavlng hls mnik ut eharaeter bulldlng on so many men nt prcsent, tind who hnve gono i.nt fiom hls towu In tln pnst geni'intlnn. ln tho eve-ilng Mr. Os good's suhject was "A Portruil of Chrlsl." NewfnTio Grnngo will confer tho thlid und fourth degrcos ou llvo enndldates Wednesday evcnlng, tho 27th. After supper, to lie servcd by the loeul Grnngo, Evcnlng Stur Grunge of Diimmurston will furnlsh a prngntm. Deputy Mnster Sur gelit Is expected to bo prcsent on tho oc cusion. E. G. Osgood of Bellows Fnlls, by tv quest of Secretniy Mcnlll, presented the cnuso of the Veimnnt Diimestlc Mlsslon nry soclety Sunday, porformlng the work with enso, dlrectness, prnctlenl sugacjty nnd bnslness-llk? Inslght or lts mcrlts ninl Importnnee. Mr. Osgood spunks lluently und without notos, Introduclng nppllrntlniin whlch closely hold nttentlon. Ariirwaid the older cinsses grently en joyod hls exposltlou or tho Sundny school lesson, nnd nppraclated the oi)portunlt to l.ear the veternn Sunday school tcncher lrvlng I.eroy llowe, better known hore ns "ltoy", son or 11. E. llowe nnd brother of Mrs. J. II. I'nderwood, who is n cor pornl on boaid the lll-fated Mlssouil. thoughtfully telegraphod on the mornlng nfter tho dlsaster orf PeiiBncoln thnt ho wns safo, nnd later his fnmlly leeelved wrLtten partlculais. IIo was ln tho foro pnit of the boat when the explosion oc curred, whlle thoo who wero kllled, most ly young, weie In the turret. Corioral llowe IHkc of the terilblu suspenm ln the Ktruggle to keep flro from the powdcr mngazinc where tons were sloied. nnd salil that he respondi'd to tho eall for olunteers to close the wnter doors. The "dog cnse" of Vernon nnd the Bo glo crlmlivil shootlng nffalr of Dover nt trnrted genernl Interost nnd tho loeal at- tf.,iil.inoi, nt n.iiirt l rnnAiil .,,,.1 ,1,.. iu,-ii yn .ionoe nuii iioin ouill uw rune, set for tho present tline. Is llkely to draw moro attentlon as the paitles nie well-known In town. If lnwyers retnln thelr vnii"d lnformntlnn whloh stuily of I pliases of thelr cnses InvoUes they must tio nble to tnke a Imnd in nlmo-t nny other cnlling. Tho llist nnmod tilnl brought n close dingnosls of eezema, from whloh tho ilog-bltten lail suffered. lt may be luteresttng to note just how far the legal fraternlty havo studleil Into the llghts and shailows, the nrts nnd hopes ot courtshlp. Ml .Vellie Prtilt ln ito tho ladlc-i itttcnd her inllllueiy oieulng nturday, April U'l. SOUTH NEWFANE. Mr. I.ewis nnd fntnlly nf Westminster wlll move to J. E. Morse's house. School In thls placo will open next Mondny wlth Mrs. Abblc Adams toachc-r. Mrs. Moss and son. Arthur, will leave tomorrow for thelr home in New Vork clty. Schfil began In Mnrlboro South Brnnch last Mondny, wlth Mlss Ivn Mundetl of WllllninsvUle teachor. ltev. Mr. I.lngley returned Mondny Iroih llule, wheio he has supplled the pulplt or tho Bniitlst cluireh thc pnst two Sun days. Itov. W. F. Chase or Waltham. Mnss., will occupy the Baptlst pulplt next Sun dny mornlng nnd evonlng. A good ut tendanee g desiied. Mrs. Edward Hoyt dled 1'ilday morn lng, Aprll 1.1, nt tho nge or 0 years. Mis. Hoyt wns tho daughter or Lorenzo lles cock, nnd wns lmrii Dee. S. 1SI3, ln West Dover, wheie she spent nll her llfe untll two yenis ngo, when she moved to thN town. She Is survlved by hcr husband, ono daughtor, Mrs. Wllllam Tobey. who. with her husband. llves wlth tho Hoyts. nnd nlso by two brothers,. llcnry llos coek of thls town, nnd Iloraco of West Dover. Mrs. Hoyt hnd been n great suf feror from vnlvular heart dlsoasc the pnst two yeii'rs. Though her sufferlng wns In lenso tho grentest pntlencc wns mnnl fosted. A klnd wlfo nnd nffcotlonntc mothor will be sadly missed by her lm incdlnlo fnmlly nnd nelghbors. Mrs. Mnry Timson, wldow of E1I F Bruee, dled nt her homo Wednesday, Aprll 13, ngcd 78 ycnrs, nfter n palnful lllness from phlebetis. Sho ls survlved by two sons nnd one daughter Dr. C. V Bruco of New Vork clty, ltev. Willlam Bruco of Ixnilsvllle, Kv., nnd Mrs. Frank Moss of Now Yoik clty, who has tin derly cnred for hcr mother duiing tho pnst elght months. Mrs. Bruco was held In tho hlghcst esteoni by her many frlends nnd luighhois. Sho wns a dcvoted nnd honored incmbor of tho Mcthodlst church, havlng united with thnt organlzation In cnrly glilhood. Her ncts of chailty wcro many and fnr reachlng. The entlre fnm lly hnvo tho slnceio sympnthy of the coniinunlty. Tho funeral was held Frl dny nftcrnoon nt tho homo, Itov. J. II. I.lngley olllclatlng. WEST TOWNSHEND. Schools lu this vlllago wlll begln Mon dny. Ohniles II. Cirout Is sorvlng ns juror nt county court. Slrs. S. O. lftinls's uucllnn was post poned from lnst Saturday to tomorrow, Aprll 23, nt 1 p. m. Athcrt IMerco hns shown hls goneioslty nnd Inlerest ngnln In hls natlve town and this church In hls recent gift of thd old I'helps hoinesteud for uso ns n parsonage. Mrs. I'loice Is a daughter of tho late Judgo I'helps. Tho property conslsts of a fnrm nnd two dwelllngs, ono of whlch is ono of tlio llnest houses In tho vlllago. A. lt. 1'lorce, formeriy of thls lown, but now of Sullleld, Conn., nnd hls son, Jnmcs, recently spent n week wlth .Mr. Tind Mrs. W. 11. Tnft, during whlch tlmo they cnlled upon mnny relatlves and old-tlmo frlonds, On tho ovenlng before thelr de parturo tho prcsent church cholr, nnd some who wero inember.s of tho cholr when Mr. Plerco wns lts lender, met nt V,'. 11. Tuft's and passcd a dellghtful evc nlng. slnglng ngaln tho songs and hymns of 20 years ago. At tho closo of tho oven lng the company was treated to hot mnple sugar. During tho cntlre tlmo Mr. Plcrce llved In thls vlllago ho was nctlvely ln terested ln tho rellglous llfe and work of the church, whlch Interest ls stlll maln talned, as ls shown by hls frequcnt nnd generous contrlbutlons for lts support. TOWNSHEND. Sugar makers nro hnvlng n long run. Mrs. W. A. Kddy ls vlsltlng ln Grecn fleld. Mnss. ltalph Ilosley of Grcenneld spent Sun dny In town. Mr. Johnson of Bnittlcboro wns ln town lnst wcok. Milton Kddy wns lu town last week nt llnrrlson Eddy's. Mlss Atinlo Cooko spent pnrt of last wcok lu Brattleboro. ltev. E. A. Itoynl toft Mondny mornlng for I'rovldcnce, 11. I. Mlss Cnrrlo Mnson of Bellows Fnlls spent Sunday nt homo. Tho Hndnssah I.eaguo met last wcck wlth Mrs. Itolla Phllllps. Mrs. ltoscoo Mnrsh siicnt Sundfiy with her daughter ln Londonderry. Henry Eddy, who hns bcen thrcntcnned with pneumonla, ls Improvlng. Ola Austln of Hnrmonyvlllo hnd n party on hcr fourth blrthdny nnnlversary. Mrs. Fred Itecd nnd chlldren nro vlslt lng Mr. Hecd's pnrcnts ln Winhall. Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Wlllnrd nttended tho funernl of Slrs. Ilurvey Hruce of Wardsboro, Jnne Dorry wlll convey thc scholnrs It Is Mr. Carltoif who hns bought tho northern stngo route, not the nnme glv cn last week. from tho Houghton district thls summcr to tho vlllago. The cnucus Snturdny evonlng elocted ns delegatcs Col. Frnnklln, E. L. Hnstlngs nnd Fred Wlllnrd. Wlll Marvhi of Bellows Fnlls, n palnter, Is nsslstlng Everett Phllllps ln hls work ou tho school bulldlng. Cnrl Barnard of Wilmington, who ls sorvlng on tho Jury at Newfnne, spent sundny nt K. I!. Batchclder s. , Mrs. Piescott of Somervllle, Mnss. Is ! vlsltlng ln town nnd will romovo thelr housohold goods to thelr now home. Mr. nnd Mis. ltornee Gale entcrtnlnod n large number of thelr frlends nt n sugar party at thelr homo lnst week. i Cora Mnson lcft Wednesdny mornlng for White 1'Ialns, N. Y., to vlslt tho , Thompson fnmlly, who formeriy livcd hero. Kavnrnblo nows renehes hore from th'' Clty Hospitnl In Boston of Fred I.owc's condltlon, nnd nll nro glnd to know he ls Improvlng. Mr. Coursor of tho Townshend lnn hns vncntcd It tho pnst week nnd has stored hls goods ln the shop by Mr. Marsh's, not knowing where ho wlll locnte. 1 Mr. McCoy, ,who wcnt from here on ' nccount of nn Injury to hls foot. nnd hns been for luuny weeks In a hospitnl nt Fltchburg, Mnss., hns returned home. On nccount of slckncss thero wns no i Grange meetlng Murch 2.1, consoqiiently tho snmo iroginin will bo cariied out April 2'.). Wlll nll thnse who hnvo read ing or slnglng plonso tnke notlce and be ' present to do thelr part. I Thero was n great chango ln weather I from the pleasnnt afternnon of Frld.iy. I the 15th, to tho next mornlng when thero j wns nlne lnches of snow on the ground nnd overy bush nnd twig wns laden with i snow nnd liondlng utidcr lts hurden. ) Thnse golng out of town to teaeh thls summer .ire Mrs. Kenyon In Newfan.-. Abby Follett ln Weston, Etlle FlMli.r nnd Joie T.ift 111 Putney. Those t.'.u h- ! Ing In town nre Mr. P.lce nnd Mlss c.i.ik. In the vlllage. Riid Mlss Allbee at thc ' north part ot tho town. Mis. Pomroy. n former resldent or thls I town, dled Apill U, at Southamplon, M.is The cnuse or her death wns u fnll s'ie I had siHiio tlme ago. brenklng her hip. , ; nnd owing to her ndvnneed ngo sho fail- , 1 cd gnulually untll hcr death. Mrs, pom- I . loy w.is tlie mother of Mrs. Allurus In- , well known heio. The box soeial. glven by the scnlor ciass at the scmlnnry Fihlay evonlng. was n sueeess llnaiielally. All old-fnsh-loned spelllng m.ith was much eiijoyed. ln whlch Mrs. Sarnh Wllson spelled down ull who took pdit. Boxos contnliilng tho lefr 'shuients prepared by the young ladles wero mnde voiy temptlng nnd wero sold at nuctlon. Tlie Congt'eBntionnl U-idles' Homo club met at tho home of Mrs. K. 11. Batchel dw on Wednesday afternoon of last week The s.ime olllceis who servcd last ye.ir , will sero thi comlng y,ar Pi. -l- dent. Mrs. E 15 l:.itchc!d,-r: loe pr. - t Idents, Mrs. II. V. D.ile; Mrs A I: Franklin; seeu-t..iy. Mi, (. c T.ifl i treasurer, Mis. Jmlson Dorry. .Mls .Nelllc llollirook. .i natlve of t i town, who spent her V'lng ,lis brr, nnd who wlll be rom mbeied bv m.,i glvcs very iileasant ,n ounts to fiktidi hore of her sojourn in PiHadini l bf the past winter. Mlss Knte rimi.. wlio ffirmorly llved here and r.'c, i , il l r c 1 ucatton ut the Benilnnry, is a s I Im i nnd Intlm.ite frlend of Mv Itolbriok nnd has n iosltlon with a luci.itm s I , us toacher In Pasadenn. Tho hcnutles of "hlgh lie, i , w r woll shown last woek by n m ir wi i I l been to Bellows F.ills to sell ln. m j sugnr and was roturning to hi.- Ii.iiik 1 or 12 miles west of thls villag.-. l, sft Ied nt houses nn the way, at one j,l . bursling opcn n door thnt hnd been lok ed, nnd frlglitenlng the inmates of the house. IIo soemed to bo iinmindful or hnvlng n team und Inqulrcd nt dHTerent places for n lantern. ns he sihl he had got to wnlk home. Tho grocerlcs ho had wero strewn nbout on tho ground and now uo ronched homo wo do not know. Tho contcnnlal exerelses of the I'nl verslty ,,( Vermont wlll be held July 3-7. Tho commcncemeiit thls year wlll he the most el.iborate lu the hlstory of the col lege, und it ls hoped to nnnouilce thnt the M. 000,000 einlowincnt fund hns bcen rnlsed. A NewJimo Plan , lf you are thinkin of hiynb a piano, thcrc is iut one uiqj to makc a sansracropu sp pchnn Rave the will bc in a position to tcst the- instcu- mcnt irioroughU. Bu our easy potment planthemost moaest home ean oiDn aneui piano. Free Tri al. yfe luiII ship to any part of the United 8tates.(all retghrs and drayae charles prepaid)one of our neiu 1904- uprfght ptanos ona JHfENTJ DAJPheETIAL. 1jou are intcrcsted, turite to- 172TREr0NTc?T., 500,000 Scattered all over the World are finding a De Laval Cream .Separator the best investment they ever made in dairying. Might not this be true with you too? Let the nearest local agent bring you a machine to see and try for yourself. That is his business. It wili cst yu nothing. It may save yu a great alaal If you don't know the agent send for his name and address and a catalogue. The De Laval New Engtand Agents: STODDARD MFG. CO., Rutland, Vt. OOOOOOOGOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO o The Foundation o o roducing IS o o o o o o o o o This fact should be self-evident. It therefore follows that for the safe placing of an investment tbe payment of the debt should be guaranteed by the pledge of such lands of a value at least twice the amount of the loan. The first mortgage loans of this company affordj this kind of security. Made in amounts of $300 to $2500. Choice security for the large or small investor. VERMONT LOAN & TRUST CO F. B. PUTNAM, General Agent. Brattleboro,:Vt. o o OOOOOOOGOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO KIMBALL & CO. 7 Nassau Street, New York. More Than Thirty-Five Years Membership in The New York Stock Exchange. W. Eugene Kimball HILL'S C. D. Q. TOBLETS are tn RED BOX with white letters. out Mr. Hill's portrait, as above. WARDSBORO. Cora Morsc ls w rking .it C r.riggs s. Mrs. V. A. Gl-.ison of Ilr.ittleboro is at home for n fcw days. to a fcw of her fiiends Tuosdav even ,t ' n.iries .nnrtin. who hns heen ln Hrnttloboro nnd l'utnoy tho past week hns returned homo. Mlss Angie Knlght, who has heen work ug ut C. A. llrlggs's somo tlmo, wlll go to Itiitlaud siMin to work. Hrncst Frnnklln and famlly, who have betu vlsit iig Mrs. Frnnklin-s mothor, Mrs l.uey i bur. wlll go to llrnttleboio the llrst of May to llvo. Judgo J. H. W.uson of Montpelier spent Sunday wlth his slster, Mrs. Fied I'nder wood. Judgo Wntson ls presidmg nt tho present sesslon of Windham county court. To Ralse Old Seed Leaf Tobacco. Tobarco growers In tho Connecticut vnllcy nro tnklng down tholr frames n"d Hindo tobacco uud the Sumatra leuf sooms to ho among the mnny tobacco fads that hnve been uled and havo not proved lnanclul success. The trouble wlth sl.i.lc. ob.,eco has been thnt It has cost more o ralso lt thnn eould be obtulned f om the salo of the product. Anothor fnd of tho comlng sonson will be tho ,-alslng ot the old seAl leaf T).ls ff " ThoT, ,SU"',ll,"1" "V thoTlaAun loaf. Iho latter is of thier mmllty nnd nf more dcllcato textore m, , lo" n'KUiy cultlvated, or for some othor loason tho leaf ls losing Us olastic l ty. Tho gummy substnnce v i,B ?l,11 ,,o1,,m Klos8 nmJ a's 'istic- .Htth, Sn ", Th" 'f. 13 'comlng so mittlo thnt it cnnnot be usod to ad. vaiuago for wrappois, for it will not s rotch. Thoro Is somethlng ln l,e sol .ut produccs thls gummy matorla und thls hns become exhausted. It cannot be replaccd by fortlllzor. O, land wlierc obacco hns been grown for ycnrs tho ntsarmc"lnS S brlU1? "8 t0 ltiei' tie'1. leaf ro,nlns """so nunl iVnvn, na7m,V0 1,u?" cul'lvnted out of the Haana leaf, nnd on thls nccount t e roturn to tho old vnl-i. i- i.r",u A" vnrietv lU?h l,PBre f ,-''vt"on tho . ,d niiety loscs some of lts conrseness nnd slowly takcs on tho flner texture that makes tobacco valuable. ,nat Competltlon. Tho raco Is won! As victor I nm hnlled Gladder the victory coul.t t rnn,A Tho stralned, white faccs of tho mTn wno falled. Julla Shayer, ln Tho Century, FARMERS Separator Co. Goncrat Offices: 74 CORTLANDT ST New York. o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o of all Prosperity Farm Land. o Leeds Johnson. None cenuine and this sicmature Horse Clipping. The time is here when sheddine coats and sloppy roads make the clipping of S neVessary- Wlth our equipment o puwer, cuppmg is easily and satis- factorily done. H. R. BROWN. The Old HayStand. l.hoiy .llrnttleboio. Vt. About Making Gardens. There is nothing better than pure Ground Bone in making gardens. A teaspoonful in a hill is a permanent benefit, lasting all summer. We wholesale it at $3.25 per barrel of 200 pounds, freights prepaid'to your rail road station. Enclose S3.25 in check or postal money order, or in a registered letter, and a trial barrel will be shipped to you promptly. If you. don't need it all divide it with your neighbors. We publish a little booklet, showing how to use Ground Bone as a Fertiluer in gar dens and in greenhouses and to promote the growth of your flowers and shrubbejy. Send your name on a postal card and it will be sent to you free by return mail. C-S. PAGE, Hyde Park, Vt. PILES " A esrt rartntl if too uh Cnnrincltnrii I PILE UUJJLIUOIIUIU 1 ,.r'"1!, Sf " t r--' J M ti bj Crncclstl. MtWTIN HUDY, LANCASTCR. P. iDOia.,ln "rattleboro by Geo, In Bellows Falla by H. H. for free sample. . B. Qreene, Davls. Call WE CAN PLACE YOU IN fOSITIOV 1?B8 for hUh.Br.de mYu 'ot ill kln,t80-s.Vl.,S;!;" POSTEIl lHINTIKO A SlT.CIALTy Clood work andpiompt tervlce ' E. h. IULD11ETH 1- CO. ji.' ! 1 " tnro1nEjanother7eov?mSe reTtoi L y ""'r ooaP artsr Qils." I ira C. C.