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THE VERMONT PHOENIX, BRATTLEBORO, ERIDAY, AUGUST 26, 1904.
5 BRATTLEBORO PERSONAL. Mr. nnd Mrs. Wltcher niul son went Turnday to I3oston. Mlss Annle SchorllnR rturned ".Vodnes day from SprlnRficld Mnss. H. C. Klssln, prlnclpnl of tho huslness collcso ln Keenc, vlslted Arthur Thomna Tuewlny. Fnlth Tylcr roturned Wednc.iday to Northfield, thls ntnto, aftcr a vlslt wlth Mrs. ltoynll Tylcr. Mlss Clertrude Mntthows nnd Mlss An nlc Thomns loft todny to nttond tlio Meth odlst camp meotlnBa nt Clarotnont Junc tlon. Mr mid Mrs. Jossi, Charlea Johnson rc turncd Insl nlnht from tliclr wcddlne trlp. They wlll bo nt homo at 18 Korcst strect nftcr Sept. 15. Mrs. ltenry Slmonds and son, Hnrry, o( ChlmRo, who liavo bccn wlth rclatlvcs 'ln tmvn scvonil wccks, wlll ro tomorrow to Mcrldcn, Conn., for n vlslt. Mlss Mlnnlo Tenny lct Monday for n vNlt ln Hnrre, nccompanlcd liy Mlss Hazcl M.irlon. who waa hero sovcral wccks wlth ht r Kiandparonts, Mr. nnd Mrs. Krnnk H.1R.U1. Mr. and Mrs. J. 13. Hall hnvo rccelvcd n vs of tho safo nrrlval of tliclr dniiRh tcr, Misa Itcna llnll, ln GoltlnBon, Gor many, where sho wlll rcmnln scveral tnonths for study. Mrs. Mary A. IJIsclow Is cntortnlnlns nt hcr homo ln West Ilrnttleboro thls wcck hcr couslns, Mrs. GoorRio nnd Mrs. Annlc Wrlfiht of nrecnflcld and Mrs. Julla Iloot of MontaBue, Mass. ln Putney, AURtist 7, n flnURhtcr to Mr. nnd Mrs. QeorRo II. Johnson. In Townshend, AURtist C, a dauehtor to KiiBcno and Graeo llcinls. ln Newfane, AtiBUst 18, a son, Illchard Horton, to Mr. and Mrs. Uerton E. Put nnm. ln SprlnBflcld, Mnas., Aup, 9, a son, Weston Woollnrd, to Mr. ntul Mrs. Chnrlos Krnncls Adnms. ln llnrtford, Conn., Aub. 21, a daushtor to Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomns Llllls. Another Chlnese Crusler Destroyed. Tho Unlted Statcs flect tnkcs vlsoroua nctlon nt ShnnRhnl to prcvent flRhtltiR ln tho hnrbor, hy anchorlnR tho destroyer rhauncey botwcen a Jnp destroyer, whlch cntercd clearcd for octlon, nnd tho llus slan crutser Askold, whlch la In dock. Othcr shlps of tho atronK Amcrlcan sauadron there nre nnchored to prcservo ShanKhnl's neutrallty. In vlew of the nppenrnnce of a Japancso squadron and Chlna's confessed lnablllty to enforco neu trallty. Tho Jnpaneso liavo swept tho Russlana from PlBeon bay nnd captured ono of tho Inner clrclo of forts at Port Arthur. tlcut. McCnll of the Amorlcan navy. who has arrlved nt Tlentsln from tho f ortress, . say s nll flvo Ttusslnn battleshlps thero nre dlsabled, nnd tho fall of Port Arthur ls near. Tho Jnpaneso protected crulsera, Chl tose nnd Tsushlmn, attackcd tho Itus slan orulscr Novlk oft Korsakovsk har bor, on tho southern const of tho Island of SnkhnJln, and ln a runnlns fiRht In lllcted heavy dnmaBC, flnally drtvlns hcr oshoro a partlal wreek. Tho Novlk was wlthln G50 mlles of Vladlvostock, her des tlnatlon. The Tsushlma recelved a shell ln her bunker, but was forthwlth repalred nnd made seaworthy. Tho Japanese shlps suffered no other damnso. Tho battlo besan Saturday afternoon and cndcd Sun day morninB. Tho Novlk escaped from Port Arthur ln the recent sortle. It Is reported that her ontlro crcw of 331 per-Jshed. ln Urattleboro, AiiBUst 22, by Kcv. J. A. Lncouture, Krnncls llarrnby and Mlss Mary DuLac, both of 1'rnttleboro. ln West Drnttloboro, Ausust 21, nt tho ConBrcBntlonal pnrsonaBC by llev. Luther M. Kcncston, KdBnr llenry HrnsB of nrattlcboro and Mlss I-ena Tuttlo of Grafton. ln West Wardsboro, AiiBUst 21. by ItoV. It. A. Nlchols. Illchard llenry Wilder of Alstend, N. II., nnd Mlss Mlldrcd Anna Shlno of West Wnrdsboro. ln West Wnrdsboro, Ausust G, by Itov. H. A. Nlchols. Lewis A. Kstnbrook of Dover nnd Mlss Oono M. lloy of Itutlnnd. In Grccnflold, Mnss., Ausust 20. by Kev. John D. lleld, Fred Anson Uarber of Grccnllcld. formerly of Urattleboro, and Mlss Jcnnlo Kvcrctt Itobblns. ln Saxtons Itlvcr, AiiBUst 22, by Itcv. A. . Foote, Ilobcrt Spencer Mny of ITnlon Clty, Conn., nnd Mlss Mnrlon Maud I.ako f Saxtons Itlvcr. In Townshend. Ausust IS, by Ilc. G. II. Ilnker, V. K. Wnrd of 'Guilford Centro nnd Mlss M. Ktta Ilobart of Townshend. ln Saxtons Illver. AUBiist 25, by Rov. GeorBC F. Chnpln. Kdwln It. Iake and Mlss Corlnne 13. Wlley, both of Saxtons Illver. In Hellows Fnlls, Ausust 22. by Ilcv. 1,. . Sherburne, John II. Wlthcrbeo nnd Mrs. Asncs IJussey of Troy, N. II. September Is an ldeal month to vlslt the World's Fnir nt St. I,ouIs. The tcmper nture durlns September avernBes aliout C6 to "0 deroes. The low rates from Vermont to St. Louls nnd return offer- ed by the Central Vermont rallway In connection wlth the Grand Trunk rall way system, should affnrd even those of moderate mcans an opportunlty of vlslt- lns thls, tho sreatest, of cxposltlons, Only $24 buys a round trlp tlcket to St. Lodls Bood for 15 days, that ls, Bood to leavo St. Louls on tho 15th day from the day tlcket la purchased and passciiBers are nllowcd three days moro to reach thelr homes. The rnte of a 00 dav tlcket ls $29.23 and for ono Bood untll Deccm ber 15, $35.20. Tho servlco vla the Cen tral Vermont and Grand Tnmk ls un- excelled nnd thls route offers moro stop over prlvlleses than any othcr. Wllllam II. Moody, Unlted States at- torney ccneral. and Charlea A. Prouty of Newport wlll speak at a Franklin county llepubllcan rally nt St. Albans Sept. 3. John nallou, employed by the Vermont Marble Co. at West Rutland, was lnstant ly killed yesterday at Whlpple hollow. He was run over by a coal car whtlo pusn lns a smaller car. Tom Watson, the Popullst candldate for Presldent, made the Democrats wlnce ln hls address ln whlch ho sald: "It seems to mo to bo the most omnzlns pleco of effrontery for tho Dcmocratic party to bo before tho Amcrlcan people ar.d nroolaim that for clsnt years mey have bcen wrons and tho Itepnbllcans htie becn rlsht, and at tho same tlme de mand that the crowd whlch has been wrons shall bn put In tho places of thoso who have been right. if tlie gnid stanoara bo rlsht, ns both the old pnrties now say it is, the people of tho country wlll slvo the credlt and tho support to the men who wero brave cnoush to ploneer its way, flBht its battlo and wln its triumph, BRATTLEBORO MARKET REPORT. pcjxths. In Bellows Falls, AuBust 23, llenry Clay- ton Wllllam 07. In Bellows Falls, Ausust 22, Mrs. Jamcs II. Carley, 35. In Bellows Falls, Ausust 21, Mrs. Mary . Pcrry, Cl. In West Wardsboro, AuBust 22, Mrs. Jefferson Gnle. In Stratton, Ausust IS, Emery Wheelor. In lllnsdalc, N. II., Ausust 18, Nelson Estey, 83. In Wlnchester, N. II., Ausust 10, Mrs. Phocbe Q. (Ityder) Fnrr, a. natlvo of New fane, 82. In Kasthampton, Mnss., Aub. VI, Charlei L.. Gaush. formerly of Bellows Falls, 09. In Troy. N. Y., Ausust 13, Joseph Mun- dell. In Jowett Clty, Conn., Aub. 20, llenry B. Sotile, 70, formerly of Brattleboro. In SprlnBfleld, Mass., Aub. 21, Thomns Ilanlon, 77, formerly of Brattleboro. In Troy, N. Y Ausust 1, Mrs. AUBUatn Parker Streoter, wldow of Horace Streeter, a former resldent of West Wnrdsboro. In Leyden, Mass., Ausust 1G. Alonzo M. Robcrtson, a natlvo of Westminster. In Boston, Ausust 22, Mrs. Sarah (Jen- nlson) Klnssbtiry, wlfe of Merrltt Klngs bury, of South Londonderry. In Sprlnsfleld. Vt.. Ausust 20, Klmball Cobb, S5, a natlvo of Westminster. Tho Season's Opcning Attraction AUDIT0RIUM, Sept. 2. The Wm. H. West BIG MINSTREL JUBILEE. Three great shows in one. Comedy, Extravaganza and Minstrelsy. The largest and most cxpcn- sivo mlnstrcl organlzatlon in the world. . Itcscrvc'l scnts bo on snlo Wedncsday morn hiB. Ausust 31, at tlio Ilnx llilk'c. State Normal School, Fitchburg, Mass. Flve courses opcn to studonts. Op iortuiiltlc lor .extcndcil work wlth ctilldicn ln tlio lninlcl und practicc schools. lticluillnir 14 w cck aotuid teauli iiis ln full l'Iuu'ko or a rooiii. Mlllcr llnll, tlio new bourdhiB Jiall nnd dor niltory, iici'onimodiitesriOsttHlents. Ixiiinlnntlnns for ndinl'sloii to tho school will lio held nt II n. tn.Tnesdny nnd Weilncsday.Sctiti'inlieriiiiiicl". Kor cataloRucs nnd otlicr lnrormntlon, nd drcas JOHN G. THOMPSON, A M Prlnclpal. SUIT C ASES MARKED DOWN. 150 Cases 150. $ 1.25 Cases for $ .89 $ 1.50 Cases for $ 1.23 2.00 3.00 5.00 7.00 1.59 2.48 4.39 5.98 2.50 3.50 6.00 8.00 1.98 2.98 5.29 6.98 E. J. FENTON & CO. Everything Man or Boy Wears. CLOTHING. HATS. Always Rellable. SHOES. HOUGHTON & SIMONDS Formorly F. K. Barrows. The Annual Odds and Ends Sale Still Continues. This ls the banner week of this great bargain period. We have pre pared to make the closing days the most conspicuous of all. No matter what your purchase may be, a positlve and substantlal saving is assured. We can continue the sale but a short time longer, as we must be busy wlth the new fall goods; thercfore you will flnd some extraordinary bar- gains in the next few days. Splendid assortments in the following will still be found. ShirtWaist Suits at 1-2 Price. Every Wash Dre&s ln the storo is put in tho sale at ONE-HALF its val-uo. ?9.75 Suits for S4.87 $0.75 Suits for S3.37 $7.00 Suits for S3.50 $4.50 Suits for S2.25 $3.98 Suits for S1.99 $3.75 Suits for S1.87 OnSALK-IMss. A.G.nAUNKS.Venion. JJ0rSe QWIierS TTIOIl SAI.n-IIorscs.cnttle. nnd fox. rnbblt Ij nnd coon doys. Scll or c.clmiigc. AHTIIUH i.u 1,1,1,, rutney, vt. iMi 17011 S A I,R Tho best fl) ncre fnrin in Vcr. JL? lnont, sltiiiitcd nnd known ln Vernon ns tho Mosely furm. iiciKiro, vt. W.O. DOOMTTM:, llmt- sitr spccint g;oticcs. TTMtANK MOltSi:. 1'ltOI-nPSKlNAI, HOPSP. JL' CI,KANi:il,.V, r.lllot St.. Ill Imttlcboro. XiiM f OST nctwccu Hrnttleboro.nnd Wcslmln Jjter,n Dietz nutoinobllo n'nrchllslit. Klnd cr jilenfc lcuve nt l'liccnlx ollice. !Wlt LOST A black oiiyx phi, otrusciin boM sct tlns. wlth chitcr of ienrls in furm of liunch of srnpe. r luucr iilcnso lcavc nt Ml(. (I EO. W. IIOOKKlfS. 3.VU COItSnTS I hnvo the porreet corsct for the Vstout iukI for tlie very slencler woninn. Cnll or scnd iiostnl to MI1S. II. A. Tl'ClCKIt. Wnl- nut St., Urattleboro. 3-a L. M. WILLIS, Practicnl Marble Clenner, Is prepnred to exccuto nll onlcrs for clcanlns. reettliijr. rltrtitlmf up nnd rcpnlrlns mnmi mcnts, licadstoncs. markers nnd curhhis. In both srunlto nnd mnrlilc. Sntisfnctlou ku: ranteed or no pny: nll work donc under my personnl siicrvllon. Kor tcrmi nnd iirices uddreis I.. M. WILUS, Ilrnttleboro, Vt. I 7011 SAI.H I)o you wnnt to buy n rnrm. . Riininicrlioiice. buslncps, tlmlier Innd, clty profVty, nnywhere In tlie Unlted Stntcs? Knoiiuh mlil. Writo mo. (JKO. J. KKI.LKV. ITtOlt SAI.H- Kour pnlrs of liorfcs wclshlnK - from snu to 15i. Just on a los Joi. four pnlrs of hnrness nenrly new. nlo prnctlonllv new wiiBous nnd slcds. wlth brnkcs. nnd tlnco (iiunp carts, nenrly new. ( ll.HI,ls .mi.nuic. Iloiiuyvnlo Stock rnnn, West Ilrnttleboro, :il 171011 SAIiK Ono imlr workliorves, youuB, 1" we uht 'JH lhs.. iiirm-s. I Itiillnnil Inii'k weli'hiiiB lllll ., run onl n fcw niontho. ns Bood ns new. I sled In kxI ciinilltion, clinlns, etc. nnd one burrcl I'lnirn. No. f, nnd n buttcr wnrker. IJ. I). SMITIl, West llrnttlehoro. Vt.. iwrncy i urni. ;titf We are ready to supply all of your demands, and would like to give you terms on Carriages new and second hand. Harness new and second hand. ALSO ROBES, BLANKETS, WHIPS, HALTERS, Etc. Horses bought and sold. HOWARD & YEARLY Rear of Brooks House, Brattleboro. For Sale. A fnrm of llttncres ln HnittlelHiro.aiminuti's drUe to the vIIIiikc: nbout iai iicres of eurly tillttirc litnd, lotsof wchkI nud yprout Ininl nnd soiiic tlmlier: fair IiiiIIiIIubo. uond u-nter. md imsture nnd u piisni'iiluto of 10 tni-s. l'rlce JIHM. Sonietioilj- Is boIuk- to pct n hnrvnln. niAHI.l-S W. SAIIOKXT. Ilrnttleboro. Vt. At Wilcox's N. Y. Bargain Store. Just recelved n rpcclnlllnc of Jnrdinlers to Fcll for l.V', nlso a good Inrso one to scll for .Vta. Some IiIk burfrnlns In chhin cups nnd snucors ns we nro clennlnK up odds nnd ends. In this llno you wlll llnd cups nnd saucers on our lOccounter that hnvo becn sold from 10c to 23c. nll ut 10c. Nice ehlna pauce plates. not lartfe, but very pretty. onlySccncli. A fow hanimocks to close nt n bltfdls count.ntso u fcw ice crenin freezersut cost. WILCOX'S NEW YORK BARGAIN STORE. Dress Goods at Less than 1-2 price. All thln Dress Goods that woro 29 to 39c. yartl, U76 y. White Mercerlzed Walstlngs, beauti- ful patterns, small flgures and stripes, Wcre 39c. yard Sale price, "If) yd. 50 and 59c. Linen Sultlngs, only 23d 50 and 59c. Mercerlzed White Goods, at XZiS yd. Marquise Crepes, Batistes and Sllk Warp: Bcautiful Wash Goods for eve ning wear. Were 59c, Sale Price, 39d yd- Excluslve Walst Patterns that were $2.00 each. Choice at f) ea. Ilrnttleboro, Vt. (Ireenflcld. Mnss. o glcnt. rpo HEXT-Tencruents nt 13 OnkSt. MHS. J. K. l'AltKKK. 34tf TO ItENT.-COTTAOK liOUSi:. 2tf C. II. CHOWUr.L. llntttlclxiro. rpo HEN'T Tencmcnt of rtx rooms nt i X North MillnSt. MISS KM.A T. WAl lT.S) rno HKN'T Kurnlslied honso of nlne rooms. JL from Oct. 1 to Mny 1. Address, 37 tlreen Ht. FLY PEST Is worse in August and September than any other month. Use Cow Comfort Oil and have your milk pail brim full. Take no other. FIRST BEST Made A Sensation in CHILDREN'S CLOTHING. Our entire stock of these goods we shall place on sale for the next two weeks at about one-half their value. Sold by J. EDGAR MELLEN. Rust In Wheat Crop Has Advanced Flour Beef Packers Stlffllng Eastern Com petltlon Feed Hlgh. Tho damaKo, by rust, to tho comlne whcat crop has caused several ndvances recentlv ln flour. Best patent flour is up to J7.B0. Tho price of western beef ls lower, on the average, partly uecause or the settlement of the Chlcaco strlke, and partly becauso at thls tlme of tho year the packers put the price down to stlfle competitlon from natlvo eastern beef. Feed Is hlgh. Tho crop of Delaware pcaches thls year wlll be short. Larco baakets sell now nt $2.25. Natlve plums aro ln good condltlon and sell at 10 cents a auart. WHOLESALE. Potatoes (new) 60 Cheese 12 Butter, (pound) 17024 Eggs 25 Maplo Sugar 1417 Maplo Syrup (gallon) 8501.00 Hldes 5 Calfakins, (each) S8S1.00 Deef, (dressed) 5 O 7 Pork (dressed) 6O0H Veal (11 ve) 606 Fowls (dressed) 13015 IIETAII.. Potatoes (natlve) 23 Cheeso 1( Butter (pound) t 20 0 25 Eggs 28 Sugar (roflned) 14 Sugar (Maple) 14022 Salt. T. I., (bushel) 65 Flour, (roller proccss, bbl.) ..0.00 0 6.50 Flour (patent) 707.50. Com 70 0 75 Corn (northern) 75080 Jleal cwt) 1-35 Tea (Japan) 35070 Tea, (Oolong) 40080 Tea, (Youns Hyson) 40080 I.obstera (pound) 25 IUw OU BO Keroseno 14015 Ilay (baled) J190J2O Wood (cord) 7.00 Mlxed Feed 1.3001.35 Bran 1.2501.30 Llnseed Oil Meal 1.4001.45 Provcndor Mlddllngs l.3aitfi.io Rye Meal (pound) Cotton Secd Meal .. Qluten Meal Cracked Corn ', Ilomlny Meal Oats, bu , Correeted August 3 1.60 1.45 1.30 1.20 50055 !5. MISS WILSON, Magnetic Shampoolst, 19 Canal Street. THI CtOTHC IKHING 'rV f Have you tried our NEW CHEESES? They are soft and mild and are giving the best o satisfaction. We have just a little OLD CHEESE left, soft, rich and good flavor. We would be pleased to have you try them. GRANGE STORE, Elllot Street. Still on the Market. Prescott Property, Brook Road. Two-story house, nearly new, slated roof ; large barn, also slated roof, with sawmill property and water power; two to three acres of land; spring water running to house. The mill contains first class water wheel, shafting, saws and frames, planers and other machinery. Will sell together or sep erate if not required for mill purposes. The sawmill build ing contains nearly new lumber enough to build a dwelling house. This property must be sold to close out estate, and to a quick purchaser a bar gain is in sight. Very little money needed. EDWARD C. CROSBY or S. W. Edgett. Odd Bargains from all over the Store'. There is an item in this column to in- terest everybody. 200 dozen Iridescnnt Pearl Buttons that wero 10c dozen for gri doz. Pearl Walst Sets, 3 pins, were 10c, for 6 set Large 10c Pln Cube&' for 4 each Lot Gc Toilet Soap, to close 3 cak COc Phillis Feathorbone Sunbonnet Frames, for 25J Men s 5c Swiss Hanukerchlefs; heni' stitched. Sale price, two for 5tJ 75 new Paper Fans, wero 10 to 19c. Choice, 5 each Every Summer Waist at a Bargain. "WHITE WAISTS All that woro $2.25, $2.50, ?2.98 and $3.75, at ono Prtcc, S1.24 ALL WHITE and COLOUED WAISTS that -wero $1.50 to $1.98, 69S ALL WHITE and COLORED WAISTS that -were $1.00 to $1.25, 49 Neckwear Bargains. On every stylo that we seem ovor stocked. The price ia cut. Tho items tell tho story Embroldered Stocks in ChampaRno shades. Wero 50, 65 and 98o. All 296 Odd pieces. ln tho flnest Neckwear, atocks, sets, etc, at ONE-HALF PRICE. All the Laco Yokes, and thero ia a larBe varlety, at Just ONE-HALF PRICE. Large lot of 25c Wash Stocks for 17J Large lot of 25c Wash Stocks for ftA White Lawn Wash Stocks for 4fc Hosiery and Underwear Bargains. All the Lace Pattern, Llslo Hose that were 50c palr. Choice 37J One lot Ladies' Summer Unlon Suits, witn long sieeves and umbrella drawers. Regular price 50c. Sale price. 24d Ladies" Jersey Vests, medium slzes, low neck, no sieeves; 25c quallty, 14d Odd pieces in Children's Underwear at Just ONE-HALF PRICE. Silk Gloves. Black Silk, Small slzes wero 50c. to close, pr. Colored Lace Pattern Lisle Gloves, were 50c, now 19J In Belts. All the Wash Belts that -wero 12c to 25c, to close at Odd 50c Belts' for 19fc Odd 25c Belts for ) Drummers' Samples of Fancy Goods. ln the Odds and Ends Sale we put a large lot of Drummers' Samples of Leather Goods, Purses, Jewelry, Combs, etc. They are prlced at about one-half to two-thlrds regular prices and there are no two alike. AUCTION. Havlni? sold my fartn I wlll foll at Puhlle Auetlon In tho west part of Guilford, Vt., Tuesday, September 13, 1904. at 10 o'clock a. m. aiTOXS OFHAY, Slx cows. 2 jenrlintrs, l Bi-ay mnro, 1 black norsv, - notfs, l surrey, i ruoner iop eiirnatre, Uicklxmrd, 1 hnnl)er waKon, dump curt. Ira xertesled.slclKli, McUorinlck uiowtntf iiinehlnc, hoio rake, wheel harrow, smoothliiif harrow, cultlvator, corn planter, l set if work harness. set of drlvlnir liarncss. slntrle liarness, 2 street lilankets, wluto rovc. nnml stiine. cuu cooicy Creainery, U. S. beparator. retricrator, dalry tools, forks. rakes, shovels, hocs, etc. HOUSEHOLU GOODS. Three chnmlwr sets. 1 desk nnd bookense. hnll rack,60faand ti chalrs to inatcli.extcnsion taule. 2 squaro tauies. a stoves, new not water heater and othcr bouschold troods too numerous to mcntion. Tho fnrm tools have only been used a little and nro ln oxtra condltlon. Freo Junch nt noon. Corao. Conio. B. MERRIAM. G. P. MILLEIt. Auctioncer. DGETT & CO. Real Estate Ifyou have lleal Estate of nny kind to sell or exehaniro, or rcrsonal Pt nnrthlnir. writc us. Send for list. rooerty. Urattleboro, Vt. Sore Feet. We all have them in summer. R EX ALL Foot Powder makes walking easy. 10 and 20 cents a package. BROOKS HOUSE PHARMACY $5.00 S4.50 Suits $4.00 S3.50 $3.00 Suits $2.50 $2 School SHOES FOR CHILDREN. Styles That Are Correct in Ladies' Dressers, Bureaus, Chiffoniers and Princess Dressers. All Sizes 4 to 16. A great Money-Saving-Chance for prudent par- ents to clothe the boys right at an opportune time. You will meet with no disappointment when you trade here. E. E. PERRY & CO. Always Reliable. As the time for reopening of school draws near I ',wish tq emphasize the fact that I give the same careful attention to shoeing the boys and girls as to serving their parents. Recognizing that school shoes are subjected to very hard wear, I have selected my lines with special thought for the good service they will give, and at the same time have combined style with quality to the fullest extent. Substantial leathen. high grade workmanship, attractive patterns; in short, these goods are full of value and are sold at reasonable prices. FRED S. KNIGHT, Retail Shoe Deaier. In Mahogany, Curly Birch, Birdseye Maple and Quartered Oak. Prices Reasonable. EMERSON & SON. EverythingUor Houaekeeplng. 2 and 4 Maln St, Brattleboro, Vt