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THE VERMONT PHCENIX, BRATTLEBORO, ERIDAY, APRIL 22, 1904. :. QBEritE, Drattleboru,, BELLOWS FALLS NEWS Kllled by Fall from Doston &. Malne Brldge. Int Thursdny nlght, probably late In thp evening. Danlel MacOiegnr, who hns workeil somc time for A. C. Mooro .nbout hls resldenco, nnd drlvlng hls team, fell from tho New Hampshlrc onil of tlio Uoston & Mnlne Iron brldge over the Connecticut nnd struck 011 the roeks be low. He was not dlscovered untll nbout C.30 o'clock Frlday morning when Jnseph Sylvestcr, ln comlng ncross to lils work, dlscovered bitn lylnB on tho rocks not far from the wnter. He wns stlll iirentti Ing, but dcfith took place n few mlnutes nfter ho wns brousht up the bank. He formerly worked ln the hnrness shop of II. E. Stlllwell, but hnd been wltli Mr. Moore slnce last July. Hls wlfe nlso wns cmployed In the famlly of Mr. Moore, nnd ho hns a dnughtpr nttendlng school In New York. Hls age was G6 yeais. MacGregor was a man who sometlmes used Hnuor to excess nnd the evening le fore he waa secn nbout 10.30 comlns from toward the North Walpole saloons wlth three compnnlons. all of whom were bnd ly Intoxlcnted. A mnn who met them nt that tlme spoke wlth Uiem nnd all pass h1 on. 'The men were havins somc nl tercatlon, but not In n very harsh way. There have beeir many theorles ns to a strUBBle betwcen them and hls belnB thrown orT the brldBe nnd nlso of hls fall IkjIhk purely accldental. The body lay In the rallroad tool house the next day untll the seleetmen of Walpole looked in to the matter. They declded It an accl dental death and nllowed the body to be taken to New York for burlal Saturday znorntng. Probably nothlng further wlll cver bo known about the clrcumstnnces of the fall. The persoti who met the party late ln tno evening wns l-iune iox oi ine i ira ue snj lnnt Proctor was not onlv n reportorlal force, who was golnB to gct cluler ln the fnited Ftntes Pennte and the item reBardlnfi the slugginB match tho country but was beloved by all, nnd ivhlch had been held that evenltiB nt the . t)lat Gov, nininghnm was thebrnlnlestnnd Kussell Memorlnl hall, and hls Idontlflcn- , most promllnB of the younBer senntors, tlon of the mnn was strong from a pp- hlle Foster arid ,,Hanklns" were re cullar coat nnd hat. MacGregor wns not fcrred to as "oplendld representntlvps." seen ln the hall that cvenlnB. Thls adds . Aslstnnt Herretnry of War Darling. another to the long 11st of llves lost nt i Dewev and Clark were eompllmented. All the brldges and rallroad ynrds ln the past tnesp nnmt.s wcre glpnals for applause, iew years, ine cause oi wiuch is uiikuj trapenble to saloons that nre so plenty at the present tlme. North Walpole hns Blx llcensed places, and Hellows Falls flve, the latter to be abollshed the com ltiB year by the town's vote of no-llccnse. Joslah Dlvoll. I Joslah n. Dlvoll, who has been ln trade ! in Itocklngham village -17 years, dled at hls home there enrly Tuesday mornlnB. Thoush Mr. Dlvoll had been ln very poor , .... ..i ,,,. io(,inn.i ,n rO,i no hil. ,lrnth p mp"v,.rv sn.Mpnlv. ns ' lie had been much Improved sewial wtfeks past. Mond.iy afternoon, he felt llnely nnd spent several hours out of doors He was plck only a few mlnutes, nnd tlled before hls son could be summoned from upstalrs. Mr. Dlvoll was born In Rockingham, Nov. 20, 1S32. Hls fatlier wns Mnnasseh Dlvoll, the owner for many years of n t.mnery at Rockingham. In 1S53 the son begnn trade in liartonsvllle. eomlnR back to Itocklngham ln 1S5T where he opened n geneial country store. Ue succeedrd Wlllard titowell as postmaster In 1'Jl, durliiB the flrst admlnlstratlon of Abra liam Lincoln, hlt rommlsslon belng slgred iy Montgomery Illalr, then postmaster Beneral. Thls office Mr. Dlvoll held eun tlnuously untll hls denth, maklng per liaps the longest term of any postmaster In Vermont. Mr. Dlvoll represpnted the town of Rockingham in the leglslature of ISCS and lSCi, and had held vaiious other publlc olllres at varlous tlmes. In 101 Mr, Dlvoll marrled llarrlet D. Proctor, nlso of thls town, who survlves hlm. Mr. Dlvoll nlso leaves one brother, John I-., a promlnent farmer of Rockingham, nnd two sons, George W. nnd Oscnr J., who have bccn ln buslness wlth their fnther n number of years. The funeral wlll bu lield thls afternoon at 2 o'clock, and burlal will be In the old cemetery at Rockingham. Mrs. Ansle Vaughn Is 111 at her home cn South street. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Crlppen left Wed nesday for thelr new home In Madlson, Wls. Tho Ladles" Afternoon Whlst club will cntcrtain the men Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. George I. Whitney on the New Terrace. The Olymplan Tennis club wlll hold Its nnnual'meeting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Lawrence on Hapgood place this evening. Princlpal W. D. Parsons and Super Intendent 13. E. Merrlam nttended the an nual meeting of the Schoolmnstcr's club nt White Rlver Junctlon Frlday. Hev, W. W. llooper, who leaves next week to take up hls work cs a mlsslonary In New York stnte, wlll preach hls fare wch scrmon Sunday morning at 10.20. The local Grarge netted about 30 from their masquerade hall Frlday evening. 'J'heie weie 27 rriuplef- In mnsk ln the firand mareh and about S3 couples en Joyed the danclng afterwards. Dr. and Mrs. Dolan of Glons Falls, N. Y aro recelving congratul.itlons upon the blrth of a daughter, nnd it adds to he dlBnity of J. C. Day to bo called Krandfather from thls clrcumstance. This week the rlllnge balllffs have had nttrnctive slgns palnted on tho Cnnal street doors of the new vlllnge bulldlng, one showinB "I'olice Headquarters" and the other ".Street and AVater Depart ment." Dr. F. II. O'Connor hns made arrange ments to leave Iiellows Falls wlthln a week or two nnd wlll locnte ln Brattle boro. He has practlced here tho past four or rtve years and hns won many Irlends. M. B. Kelley & Co., who havo been In tho srocery buslness ln Nnrthampton, Mass., tho last four years, have sold their buslness the past week. Mr. Kelley for merly vas a well known merchant of Bellows Falls. The Shaw Comedy company wlll have n week's stand at Unlon hnll next week. They are sald to have a very goVd clnss of vaudevllle, and come here under tho ausplces of Court Wllllam French, For tsters of America. G. F. Webb, who has drlven one of tho local express tenms several years. hns reslgned hls position here to take an express run between I'eterboro, N. H anu worcester, Mass. Ho wlll assume I ls new dutles nt onco. The ladles' unlon of the, ConEregntlonal church will hold thelr monthly hnmo mls- ionnry meetltiB in the church parlor at Llke all other simllar ventures. howover, 4 oclock AcdncFday nftornoon. Supper tho oll Industry In Alaska Is nt prc-sont vlll be served at 6.30 by Mrs. Switzer. I lnrgely spoculatlve. The same Is also Mrs. Halnes Mrs. Hlossom, Mrs. How- ' Vcry truo ln regard to most of the medi ard, Mrs. Splan and Mrs. Coploy. cjne3 oftered to cure stomach, llvor and Ira L. Earle, who has Uved for over 50 , kldney lils. They spring up from tlme to ears on Karle street and has been n i tlme, make wonderful clalms, but be well known nnd populnr cltlzen pf Bel- : causo of lack of merlt are soon forBntten. lows Falls, dled nt hjs home here Thurs- 1 Not so, however, with tlie famous Hos day ovonlnB of last week. He wns born tetter's Stomach Bltters. It has been be lf Rockingham Novemher 21, 1S2S, and ' fore tho publlc contlnuously for 50 years, spent over 40 years of hls llfe In varlous ' and if lt was not a snfe and rellablo med capaeitles on tho rallroads centerlng ' lclno could not have stood the severo test here. of half a century. For spring fover, gon- Tho barn attnched to the As i Went- ' cral debillty, Indlgestlon, dyspepsia, con Rorth house, at the corncr of Scliool qnd stlpatlon, blllousness, la grippe or malaria, Green streets, 1ms been remnved thls week. The lioii'o has been repilreil to some cxtent Inslde, and wlll be palnted outslde. The place was bouBht by I,. Y. Cllfford last fall, and when he has com pleted hls repalrs a pleasant looklns place wlll be seen Instead of what hns been nu unslghtly one several years. The llst of delegates elected Saturday to attend the Hepubllcan state conven tlon at Burlington were, N. G. Wlllinms, F. II. Babbltt, F. G. Plerce, G. A. Wes ton, C. T. Grout, W. W. Ilarry and N. L. Dlvoll. To the dlstrlct conventlon they wero B. Cnnnon, Jr., G. B, Wheeler, S. A. Whlpple, W. E. Conway, Wallace Wes ton, D. F, Pollard and C, A. Mooro. There were many changes In the actual representatlon at the conventtons, but n Jull delcgatlon was there from the town. The caucus was very fully attended. ROOSEVELT ENDORSED Contlnued from page 1. cnnventlnn wns nssombled the lobby nnd lorildors were crowded wlth a mass of men and n babol of sound cnme from the confuslon of mnny volces. But to the conventlon. lt wns cnlled for 10 o'clock nt tho lldw nrd ojiem house, but lt wns 11.30 before rhnil M. Chapmnn of Middlebury, chnlr map of the Itepubllcnn slato commlttee, tntit to order. Hev. K. H. Penney of liurllnBton prayed. Alfred E. Watson of Hartford, secretnry of the stnte commlt tee, read the cnll. Mr. Chapman then In troduced H. H. I'owers of Morrisville ns tcmporary chnlrman of the conventlon. Judge P'lwers expressed thnnks for the honor. and referrlng to Ohlo ns the theatre of grent polltlcal battles, Intro duecd one of Its stntesmen dlstlngulshed on the battltflelds of Ohlo nnd the country nt larse, Senntor J. H. Koraker. Scnutor Komker put hlmself In touch wlth the convenllon lmmedlately by hls crack at the weather. The streets were white and snow hnd been fnlllnR several hours. He snld that thls was hls flrst vlslt to Vermont but lt would not be hls last If hls llfe wns spared. He had setn Vermont In the sprlng tlme but wnnted to see It In the wlnter tlme. He spoke of the Importnnec nttaehed to the electlons ln Mnlne and Vermont ln a presldentlal yenr, and how the returns from these states sunt st thrlll of confldence to the entlte nntlon. He spoke of the blBh stnnding Vermont hnd always held In nn tlonal nffnlis, pald hls respects to the late Justin S. Morrlll nnd then turned hls fehcltHtlons to our present Congrpss lonal deleBntlon, declarlns that th- state n npvpr nhlnr rpnrpspnted thnn now. )M whnt the mutatlons of tlme wlll ac- eompllsh was shown strlklngly wlth ref' erence to Dewey nnd Clark. Dewey's nnme wns Breeted wlth only perfunctory applause, whlle Clark's brought out n hearty nr.d prolonged outburst. Senator Fornker pollshed off the Dem nomts. savintr that thev hnd lind no men to make iollcles slnce JelTerson nnd Jnckson. hnd lone nothlnB for 50 years. n"d wlth s nsular fat Uty had been on "rie wrf Mp of a" ,the erp?t 'lU'Stlons. He salil ho proposeil to spenk not of the I'ast, but of whnt the Hepubllcan party Is l"lnB and what lt proposes to lo, not for Lincoln, Hnrrlson or McKlnley, but for Theodore Roosevelt. The mcntlon of Rooevelt's namo at thls polnt and nt other tlmes wns cheered lustlly. SieaklnB of whnt we nre dolnB now, I wnnt to say, in the flrst place that we are "standlng pat" on nll the Bient fuutla mentnl Itepubllcnn pollcles, said Senator Foraker. We belleve In n prntcctlve traiff ns miicli now ns ever heietofore. nnd 1"- lleve that when the proper time eoines ' for a revWlon of the tarlff that revlsion should be intrusted to the friends and not to the enemles of thnt iollcy. We belleve as much ns rver in sound money, nnd juslly polnt wlth prlde to our hlg'i eredit, unprecedented revenues rnd unbounded prosperlty ns the result of protection and the malntenance of the roUI stnndard. We do not belleve. ns we have hoen chaiged, ln maklng the dnllnr parnmount to tho man. but we do belleve in so nd Justlng the fiiporrnities of the Amerlcan penple as to put the dolinr wlthln the leach of all who may honestly nnd ear ncstly strlvo for It. We do not bellee In stining or pro- hibitlng great oommercial enterprises, but wo do belleve ln the enfotcement of tho laws that are intenued to prohlblt and prevent the abuses of monopoly nnd the destructlon of honlthy anI lcgltlmate competltlon. Our record establlshes all thls. ns to the past, anil protnlsps a contlnuance of all thls for the future. Mr. Fornker took up In turn the nib jects of Cubn, I'orto HIco, Hnwnil, the l'hlllppines nnd tho Isthmitn cannl, show ing that tho Republiean party hnd acted wiscly nnd patrlotically when cnllpd upon to dccide upon Irnportant nction. In closlng he eulolzed Roosevelt, speaklng of hlm as a great, aggressive and pro grcKslve character, one of the purest in Amerlcnn llfe, nnd thnt the Republlcnn party had but one candtdatc. W. E. Ilubbard of Brattleboro wns dected secretnry of the conventlon, hls name being presi nted by Jnmes F. Hook tr. The lendlne of the roll was omltted nnd on motion of H. F. Graham of Crafts bury the temporary organlzntlon was made permanent. J. L. Pouthwlck of Uurhngton moved thnt a commlttee on lcsolullons be nppolntcd, one from eaeh county nnd the chalrman nnmed J. L. Fouthwick of Chittenden county. M. F. Barnes of Addison. O. M. Ilarber of Ben nington, W. II. Taylur of Caledonia, H. II. Amey of Hssex. M. T. Mott of Grand Isle. W. H. Fnlrchlld of Franklin. C. II. A. Ktaffotd of Lamoille, H. O. Haldwln of Orange. Joslnh Giout of Orleans. Wm. II. Rowland of Rutland. J. M. Boutwell of Washington, John H. Ware of Windham and J. C. Knrlght of Windsor. G. W. Randall of Waterbury presented the name of Senator Wllllam P. Dllllns ham as the flrst delegate at lnrge to the natlonal conventlon, brletly referrlng to hls ablllty nnd recoid, nnd he w.is chosen viva voce. Heniy IJallard of Burlington nominated Col. W. S. Webb of Shel burne ns the second deleBate, nnd Gen. Butlerfleld of Derby nnd Roheit Lawrence of Rutland seconded the nominatlon. whlch was nl.so unanimous. Alexander Dunnett of Ht. Johnsbury made polnted remaiks In presentlng the name of III inm N. Turner of that town. Joslnh Grout of Derby nnd A. E. Cudworth of I-ondonderr' spcko in Mr. Turner's Le half, and h was chosen unanlmously. II. S. BliiBham of BennlnBton was vouched for by O. M. Barber ns "a eom mon overy day cltlzen." C. II. A. Stnf- ford of Morrisville placcd GeorBe M. Pow ers of Morrisville lnto the fleld, speaklng of nlm as "a nble sn ot a n"'1'0 Blre." ' Oll In Alaska. The recent nccount of the lnrge shlp- ment of men, machlnery and supplies to tho Alaska oll flclds aroused conslderablo i intnrp ln thio n,., t1rr,Ur1.ti.-n in,i,r.. , 11 13 unequallea. Glva lt a trlal. Thelr gentle actlon and good effect on the system really make them a perfect little plll. They please those who use them. Carter's Little Llver Pllls mny well be termed "Perfectlon." A man's wlfe should always be the same, especlal ly to her husband, but If she ls weak and nervous, and uses Car te r's Iron Pllls . she cannot be, for they make her "feel llke a difTerent person. at least so they all say, and thelr hus bands say bo too. Carter's Iron Pllls equallze the clrculatlon, re move nervous nes b and glve atren gth and rest, Try them . DF.AN'8 Ithcumatlc Pllls nhsolutely cure RheumatlsmandNouralvla. Vegetablo. Bafe. unuivuunaunalmsTalbox.'HIScan't fforaitobiijrfany'otherTBoapTaftp"rTtil,"i ! James F. Hooker of Brattleboro, on be- tntlon. Irfc S. Tlllotson of St. Albans nnd n delcsute from llutland rounty en- dorsed Mr. Blnghnm, nnd J. C. Knrlght of Windsor and J. E. nidredgo of Rnn- doltih were sponsors for Mr. I'owers. Mr. Barber, Mr. StnfTord nnd Mr. Knrlght wero nnmed ns tellers to rccclve and count the ballots. Whlle thls work wns ln progress tho resolutlons wero rcnd by J. 1.. Southwlck ns follows: THE PLATFORM. We rejolce that In the seml-centennlnl of the Itepubllcnn party we enn survey n record of iiroBresslve measures nnd beneflclent nchlevoment wlthout n paral lel slnce the foundlnB of our republlc. Our party has Balned pre-cmlnence ln constructlve stntesmnnshlp thrnugh mens ures llke the Morrlll tarllt nnd successlve grent systems of ptotectlon for Amcrican Industry; nnllonal oanklnB, specle pay mcnt nnd gold stnndard laws; the colleBe prnnt act for the beneflt of our Amerlcan youth; cpianclpntlon, Southern recon structlon, and tho openlns nnd develop ment of our vast West; the Blorlous launchins of the Cuban republlc; nnd the extcnslon of the bltsslngs of our Amerl cnn Instltutlons r.nd the ioslblllty of progresslve home rule to the lonB op pressed Inhabltnnts of the rhllipplnes. The Hepubllcan party has wlthstood ov ery nssault upon oir natlonal Integrity, whether of slave powcr or of rcbelllon, or of repudlatlon, or of sllver Inflntlon, or of Mibversion of our fcdernl courts; nnd It stlll stnnds as the people's bulwark agnlnst tha wavcs of popullstlc fanatl clsm whlch are eVer breakinB throuRh the Democrntlc barrlers nnd threntenlns to dash upon the natlonal eapltal. ln our seml-CBnt-Miunvy It Is flttlnK for Uepubllcnns to recnll the illustilous ser- viees of a host of grent party leadets. nnd . lo wpave fiesh Bannnds In memoiy of our ' mnriyrnl I-resldents, thp herolc Lincoln, tlie revered Ourlkld, the beloved Mc- i Klnley. Tnc Republic.ms of Vermont lu-artily ' endorse the nble, honest, fenrless nnd thoroughly Ainprlcan ndmlnstratlon of I 1'iesldent Roosevelt. Ho has been patron I of no privlleged bond syndlcnte, but the champlon of tho people. He hns un rovereil nnd punlshed dlshonesty nnd cnr ruptlon ln hlgh places. He has cut thnt modern nordlnn ki.ot, the trust problem. and nssnlled illegal combinntlons formed In lestrnlnt to tinde. He hns been nble o HiiiB bark the chnrBe of Itepubllcnn ln fincerity on the lsthmlnn canal questlon, made ln the Democrntlc natlonal platform of I'.'U'l, nnd to tost bnth the slncerity rnd patrlotlsm of npposltion lenders by Blvlng the man oppnrtunlty to supiort a Itepubllcnn treaty assurinB Amerlcan con HrucMon nnd ownershlp of the I'nnaina cannl. Hls ndndn'strntlon, throuRh the ieerless John Hay, has Balned for the i'ulUd Statcs n front rniik ln the world's dlplomacy, enaliling our RHernment fnr the flrst tlme to secure open recognltion of the Monroe dootrlnc by the old world powers, to effeetually protest agnlnst re IIbIous oppresslon nnd cruelty ln I'urope. nnd to bjlp llndt the war In the far East, thus preventlng a threateneil gen-c-rnl confllet over the pnrtltlon of Dilna. Whlle conslderallon of dlstlnctlvily V--r- mont Issups will fall to a later ltepubllc.in state I'nnvention. uron whose proxlnce we should not enroach, we caimot fnrbear i to (nmtnPiid thp .idmlnstratinn of that i stalwart Kepuhlirnn b-nder, (Jovernor John AM'ulliUKh. We aie Justly pniud of the valu.ihlp strvicts anil hlghly eredit .iblp re'.ords of I'nlted Sl.it' s Senators Ridileld Proctor and Wllllam 1". Dllllng ham nnd of Metnliers of Congress Davld J. Foster anil Klttredge Ilnsklns. The ISeimbllcans of Vermont stand for the following prlnclplvd and pollcles: Klllclenc anil honesty in our puollc ser lce. fosteied by the merlt system of se-k-( tlon. The greate.t economy In our natlonal pxM-ndltures conslsti-nt with our wisest nailonal piiiRres". Protertlon of Amerlcnn maikets, snp plemented b r?clproclty wlth non-com-petltors, for the inlut Ixiietlt of Amerleun inbor and Amerlcan eapltal. The guardlng of the iwople agalnst thc extortlon of unlawful mnnnpolles. 1'ioniotlon of mutunl lecoBiiition of the Interpsts .md rights of the wnge-earnpr and the wagp-payer. O ir nntlo.i's Iltting recognltion of the servlces of thoie who fought our na tlons's battles. The prestrvatlon inviolnte of the equal rights of suffiaBe. BUajanteed by our na tlonal eonstitutlon and of the purlty of the ballot. Mnintenanc" of our enviable natlonal rredlt tl.rough the koIii sUmUrd of cur t ency. :i expanding Amerlcan commerce. enr rh'd In Amerlcnn shlps nnd safegunrded by an elllcient Amerlcan navy. A more effpctlve rehtrlctlon of undeslr able Immlgrntlon. The canyluB cut of such natlonal, in sular nnd Internatlonal pnlicles ns wlll contlnu'- to make the Amerleun ilng recognlzed tlirouhout the woilil as the Implcment of wlll an.l rellglous llberty nnd tho upllftlnB of humnnlty. nnd the pro- uintion of unlvprsal pe.ice. We ipoognlzp In our natlon's Chlef Kx- ecutive anemlnenteximnent of Hepubllcan irlncipals; and the delegates to the Re- imhlip.in nitinnnl rnnvpnllnn plpptpit thls day wlll unqueMlonably volre ihp e.ir- pst ileslre of the Hppuhllenns of Ver- iront by supporting for the party's prosl dentlal nominatlon Theodoie Roosevelt. The names of the Vermont senators nnd repies-ntntlves wero npplaucleil and the mentlon of Piesldent RoosevpR was lecelM'd wlth cheers. The tellers reporled the Mte for fourtli delpg.ite as follows: Whole number of votes east, 510; nee essary for cholcp, 25!i; II. S. Ilingham had y03. George M. Poweis 211, and Mr. Bing ham wns declnred elected. I'revlously threo alternates hnd been ehoen II. G. Whltehill, edltor of tho Waterbury Recoid, Thomns Mnck of Vcr r.enncs and II. E. Fol.vim of Lyndonville, thelr names being pnsenteil by Frnnl; Cotiy of Montpelier. Wm. H. Itnsworth of Bristol and G. M. Cnnpbpll of i.yn doinlllo For tho fouith .iltern.ite (;eoige M. Hogan of St. Albans nnmed Frnnk L. Greeno, editor of the St. Albans Mes sp'iuer. who wns aecorJed the honor. llke the others, vlca voce un'Milmousl. Tlie conventlon adjourned nt 1.30. Tl:e Pcnnsylvnnla Democrats :fusecl to Instiuct for Judge I'aiker at thelr stute convention on Tuesday, nnd the delegp.tes will go to St. Louls wlth a freo hand. The Democrntlc stato commlttee have been summoned to mcfl ln BurllnBton next Tu-sdny evening to arrnnge for the state eonvemlons of that jiarty. The bill providlng for joint stntehood of Gklnhomu nnd Indlan territory. under tlie iinne of Oklaboma, and of Arizona nnd New Mexlco under the nnme o' Arljr ona, was imssed by tho House Monday uftcrnoon, nfter a liot iiartisan debate, by u Hepubllcan majorlly of 30. lt Is not expected, bowexer, that tho Senate t lke nction on tlie blll ,it thls sesslon. Tho Blnghnmlon (N. Y.) Picss Js a new nfternoon dally whlch. though only In Its sopond week of publlcntioii, pre sents nll the stiength, varlety nnd lnter est of an rstabllshed metropolltun dnily. Its appcarance ts hlghly ciedltnblo to its j gKHHrnl mnnager, Jlr. Willls Sharpe Kll- mer, a man well and favorably known to the nowspaper frateinlty of the country. THE LADIES fuvor palnting thelr cliurche.and thercfnro we uiko every ininlsler to remember we glve a llhornl quantlty of the I.iinicinim -Mnrtlnez Palnt toward palntliiB. Wears and covers llko gold, Pon't pay $1.50 u gallon for lln'ted oll (worth 00 cents) whlch you do when you buy other paints in n can with a palnt lubcl on it. BnndOranke 14, thereforo when you wnnt 11 gallons of pnlnt, buy only elght of L. & M., and mlx six gullona puro llnteodoll wlth lt, and thus get paint at lcss tlmn $U1 per gallon. Many houses are well palnted wlth four gullona of L. & M. and three gallons of llnsecd oll mlxcd therewlth. Thcso celcbrated paints aro sold by HOniHNS & COWLES. Ilrattlcboro, Vt. M. O. WILLIAMS, Putney. Vt. IF A MONEY-SAVING SALE INTERESTS YOU HERE IT IS! We are carrying in our retail store this spring the largest stock of high-grade, stylish and every way desirable and attractive goods that we have ever owned. These goods represent selections from the lat est products of the best manufacturers in this country. Many of them have be,en made especially to our order by these manufacturers, and it is to the display and sale of these goods that we are devoting the time and energy of our store. But our large wholesale trade places us in a different position from the ordinary retailer, and con stantly places in our hands stocks of goods which we handle as side lines, giving those customers who findl these goods attractive the benefit of reduced prices, without interfering in any way with the sales in our regular stock of high-grade, up-to-date goods. These side lines come to us as the result of the sorting-out, clearing-up and general overhauling which we are obliged to make in our wholesale stock every spring and fall. We are just now finishing one of these overhaulings, with the result that we have put in our retail store a good many hundred pairs ofjshoes which are just as new and fresh, in just as good style and worth just as much money as they ever were. The only reason that these shoes have been sorted out is that the style has changed in some unimportant way, or the kind of leather has changed, or we have changed manufacturers, or the lines or sizes have become broken. These goods we are now placing on sale at a great reduction in price. In this sale there are just two points : 1. It gives us a clean stock. 2. It is an economy sale for our customers which puts money in their pockets and re turns to our store a valuable asset of good will. Here Are Some Plain Figures That Will Men's $4.00 Patent Colt, lace. Several ; styles In both Dlueher and ordinary lace. Nearly all slzes at present. S2.9S Men's $3.50 Vlcl Kid, Qox Calf and j Velour Calf lace. A large varlety of styles. Although the slzes are somewhat broken, we can fit nearly everyone as there are about 600 pairs In th's lot. ! Prlce, S2.9S Men's $3.00 and $3.50 Patent Colt Box Calf, Vlcl, Velour Calf and Cordovan Ince. We have Included in thls lot a large f nur"ber of samples and many broken lines. Prlce S2.-IT i ! , j ,va . . ' Men's $2.50 and $3.00 V c Kid, Dox Calf and Velour Calf lace and Congress. We are showlng In thls partlcular sa.e a I large number of excellent values that lll ' , . . ,,, .. .u kl lnterest anyne wno wl" take the trol-b,e t0 look them over. Price S1 n . . r ,, Men s J2- and $2'M V,cl Kld' Box Calf, Velour Calf and Patent lace. About 1 i 150 pairs Included In this lot. If you care to secure Just as good a shoe as there Is made at $2.00, why not avall yourself of this opportunity? Qulte a number of heavy graln shoes Included In thls lot. Prlce S1.59 Men's $1.50 and $1.75 Satin Calf lace and Congress. We Include In thls lot both heavy and llght welght styles, sult able for dress or outdoor work shoes. Some excellent bargalns Included in this sale. Prlce S1.23 Men's $1.25 and $1.50 Satln Calf lace and Congress, Oll Graln Creoles and Creedmore. Qulte a large varlety of heavv work shoes. Thls sale wlll appeal to every out door worker who wants a solld palr of shoes for rough work, and does not care to pay very much for them. We Invlte the purchaslng publlc to look over thls sale. Prlce S1.10 REMEMBER THAT WE GUARAFTEE EVERY PAIR 0F THESE SHOES to be of good material and reliable make, and absolutely all right in every way. And we shall be here this year and every other year to make our guaranty good. DUNHAM BROTHERS CAIN & erchant BRATTLEBORO. . y BUSINESS. BHORTHAND. TtLtQHnrMT. ' s7 let us help you make a successful statt ln llfe. IslSS f iy I7bupetlortfchers 6oOOiuuuaitsplocel nposi "v ' tioninnnuallv Valunlile Ifcturrs. Ooen durlng the entlre year, Illustr ated Catalooub P f.b. containlng nortrajts of students. interior school views, speclmens of penmanship. Competent bulnes fielp furnished promptly. I Sumroer School for tcachers and others. CARNKI.L & HOIT, Albany, N. t?.miBTSriitl HBH I DlazMwhnl ha aS bAtuiyt t a w CiMf Tot Waahlngtonrac't.TsDrunBi I BouIeclfnfi.fiiini Men's $1.25 and $1.50 Satln Calf lace ' an0 i-ongress. bizes somewnat Dronen, but we can fit nearly everyone If they take advantage of thls partlcular sale at n- Prlce QQd Men's $3.50 and $4.00 Velour Calf, black Russlan, Patent Colt, Vlcl Kld Oxfords. A large number of broken lines that we have declded to close. Some excellent S2.9S Men's $3.00 and $3.50 Enamel, Patent ; Colt, Velour Calf. Box Calf and Vlcl Kld Ox(ords- several hundred pairs Included n thls lot. We conslder thls one of the Breatest value glvlng sales that we have ever offered. We can suit anyone In thls w irr rnnfiHnt. no nnt fn n look these over. Prlce S1 nc Men's $2.00 and $2.50 Patent Colt, Vlcl Kid, Satln Calf and Enamel Oxford, Many drummers' samples Included In thls lot. Slzes somewhat broken. Prlce S1.59 Men's $1.50 Satln Calf Vlcl Kld, Ox- l fords and Southern Tles. Both llght and heavy welght, also tan and black. We In clude qulte a lot of Llnen and Canvas Oxfords In thls lot.. At thls prlce, they should be cleaned out qulckly. Prlce 99c Boys' $2.00 Patent Colt, Enamel, Vel our Calf, and Box Calf lace. Mostly drummers' samples. Just as good as any of our $1.50 shoes. Slzes mostly 4, 41 i and 5. Prlce S1.23 Boys' $1.50 Satln Calf, Seal Graln and Vlcl Kid lace. Thls Is the sale that we mentloned In our advertlsement last week. We never offered any Boys' shoe as good for the money at so low a prlce as we do In thls partlcular sale. Slzes 312 to 5'2. We expect to sell a large number of these shoes durlng the com lng wek. We have a large lot of them so we can supply tbe demand. Prlce 99c IZARD, Ta i I o rs , BUSINESS COLLECE mi rrutt.xm M1 .M.nt Youths' $1.50 Dox Calf, Kangaroo Craln and Velour Calf lace. Prlce S1.23 Youths' $1.25 Satln Calf lace. Both heel and spring heel. Prlce 09C Youths' $1.00 and $1.25 Satln Calf and Vlcl Kld lace. A large varlety of styles Included in thls lot. Price 79(5 Women's $3.50 and $4.00 Patent Colt- skln and Vlcl Kld lace. About 200 pairs ' 'ncluded in this lot. These shoes are strlctly up to date In every way. Every palr Is made of the best selectlon of stock 1 and guaranteed bp us to glve perfect sat- , Isfactlon. Prlce go gg 1 v,, i nn iu i. . women s $3.00 Vlcl Kld lace, Goodyear ' ' ,,c" su'"' UDln mm ana at0CK lPs- I These shoes we have sold regularly for i tne past three or four years at $3.00 and they have glven excellent satlsfactlon. We shall not carry thls make In the fu ture, as we have stopped buylng them from this manufacturer. Wldths C to -E and all sizes at present. Thls shoe wlll move rapldly at the prlce we have marked them. S2.47 Women's $2.50 and $3.00 Vlcl Kld and Patent Colt lace. Several styles that we are closlng, Includlng a large number of l samples. Prlce S1.9S Women's $2.00 and $2.50 Vlcl Kld and Patent Colt button and lace. Several hundred pairs of broken lines, odd pairs and samples that must be closed out very soon. We make an Interestlng prlce on these S1.59 Women's $1.25 and $1.50 Kld lace. Quite a large number of odd pairs and broken lines, whlch 'we have marked at a rldlculously low prlce. 99c Women's $3.50 Patent Colt Oxfords. Slzes somewhat broken, but If anyone can secure a fit they can secure a very prttty shoe and a shoe that wlll glve good satlsfactlon. Prlce go jg A graphlc way of plcturlng the loss of llfe from the supposedly proventablo dls-cas.-s was used by the New York state boaid of health, Taklng Ilvo of tho dls tnses llke typhold fevcr, small pox nnd othets whlch nre classed ns preventnble, nnd estlmatlng the value of a llfo ns J5000, tho sum usually flxcd for llves lost by nccldent, the board figures that the deatlia from these diseases durlng tlie G00.000903 represent a loss of nrly vk- lt you once try Carter's LlttIe Llve Pllls for slck headache. blllousness or tlpa-rLn; yau Wl". never "IthoS? them. They nre purely vegetableV smal and easy to take. Don't orget thls. Interest You Women's $3.00 Vlcl Kld Oxfords In both Goodyear welt and hand sewed turned soles. About 75 pairs included In this lot. We have declded not to buy any more shoes from thls manufacturer and so close out what we have at sac rlfice prices. S1.9S Women's $2.50 and $3.00 Vlcl Kld, Vel our Calf, and Patent Colt Oxfords. Also, a few pairs In Russla Calf. Many odd pairs and samples Included In thls lot. Pr,ce S1.9S Women's $2.00 and $2.50 Patent Colt and Vlci Kld Oxfords, mostly drummers' samples. Slzes 3 to 4"2. Prlce g gg Women's Vicl and Patent Colt Oxford Ties. Southern Tles, and Colonlal Tles. About 150 pairs Included In thls lot. We are offerlng In thls lot some values that are unsurpassed. One cn find In thls lot styles that are not only satlsfactory for house wear but for fine dress shoes as well. Prlce i 99J Women's $1.25 and $1.50 Kld sllppers. Nearly all styles In three-strap, Theo Tles and Plain Opera. Prlce, 99(1 Women's $1.00 Patent and Kld Sandals and Theo Ties. Mostly samples. " Women's 50c Opera Sllppers and me dium wide toe 3-polnt Sllppers. Mostly drummers' samples. Slzes 3 to 5. Misses' $1.50 Dongola lace. Excellent dress shoes, nearly all slzes. Prlce .S1.23- Mlsses $1.25 Dongola lace and button. Slzes a trifle broken. 99c Misses' $1.00 Box Calf button and lace. All slzes; 11! i to 2. Prlce 79c Child's 75c Box Calf lace. About 100 pairs Included In thls lot. Prlce 59 Infants' 65o and 75c button and lace. Several styles that we are closlng. 49 Infants' 50c Box Calf button. Slze 6 only. Prlce 96 Deal meekly. gently, with the hopes that gulde The lowiiest brother straying from thy side; If rlght, they bld theo tremblo for thlno own; If wrong, the verdict ls for GoJ nlone! Ollver Wendell Holmes. E DGETT & CO. Real Estate Korsalc.lOncrofarm. House and barn and runnlng wator, $900, $350 down. Send for llet. !