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THE VERMONT PHCEOTX, BRATTLEBORO, ERIDAY, AUGUST 26, 1904.
6 IN WINDHAM COUNTY BROOKLINE. T. MeClood of Provldoncc ls visItlnB Mlss Florence Losen. Clnrenco Ailams of Hownrd, It. I., lins Jolncd hls fnmlly nt V. W. Ilnnnoy's. Mrs. Hnrry Mnrtln of Northnmpton, Mnss., ls nt hcr mothcr's, Mrs. T. M. All bco's. Stclla Austln vlslted Mnrgucrlto Mer Tifleld ln Ornfton last week. Mlss Mer- rlflcld returned to Hrookllno wlth Mlss Austln to remnln a weok, Mlss Ilnttlo Whttmnn of Attloboro, Mnss., Mlss Mnry Rlehnrdson of Frnmlnu- liain. Mnss., nnd ! v. wnlto or sprlng- Ilcld, Mnss., nre bonrdlng wllh Mr. nnd Mrs. Poter Uirrord n fow wceio. DUMMERbi uin. Tho fnll schools wlll open 011 Mondny, August 2!, nnd eontinue tcn weeks. Tho Y. P. S. C. K. of tho Concretmtlon- ol clmrch wlll glvo nn piitertnfnment nnd lco crcnm supper ln tho clmrch vestry Tucsdny evenlng, August 30. Tho ladles' club wlll moot wlth Mrs. Georgo Flsher Thursday nftcrnoon, Sept. 1, nt 2.30. AU nro cordlnlly lnvlted to bo prcsent. The Grance held nn Interestlne meotlnc Tucsdny evenlng, wlth nn nttendnnce of I 35. Tho fiuestlon, "YVhnt can I do tuis ycnr to Improvo myself, my homo nnd my fnrm?" wns dlscusscd, tho sponklng bclng Interspcrsed wlth muslc, rondlngs nnd rpcitatl.ms. Tho noxt meetlng wlll bo held Mondny, Sept. 5. Dopttty Snrgent wlll bo present to cxempllfy tho unwrlt- tcn work. A good nttendanoo ls de- slrcd. Mr. nnd Mrs. I... M. Mnynnrd of Somer- vllle, Mass., nre occupylng the Asa Knlght homcstond. Mrs. Fnnny Oglo of Baltimore ls wlth them. Mr. Mnynnrd ls lmprovlng tho premlses. The old bnck store hns been pullcd down. It wns part of tho store whcro Asa Knlght wns ln trnde mnny years ngo. It wns bullt ln 1810 by Asa Hlnck. The Knlght homo- stead was bullt by Slmeon Colby In 1731. Asa Hlack wns tho owncr In 1S14. Ile sold the house to John Xoyes nnd Ilutherford Ilayes the same ycar, uct. it, for juou. Al that tlme Xoyes, Jlnnn & Ilays -ero east slde of the common. WEST DUMMERSTON. John Connarn has returned homo. Bert A. Iloss of New York vlsltod hero rccently. m nn,i m ti. s. Vnrrmsii hnvn re. turned from Flshers Island. Rev. E. F. Mltchell wlll hold servlces ln the chapel Sunday nt 2.30. Jlrs. Lulu Brlghnm hns spent a wcek wlth hcr mother, Mrs. A. Knapp. J. P. O'Brlen's houso was burned Sun- day nlght bctween 9 nnd 10 o'clock. Most of the furnlture was saved. The loss is cstlmated at about $1000. Tho property was insured. EAST DOVER. Several people from here nttended the meetlng at Bencasson Sunday. Mlss Bemls went Monday to Barre, Mass., whcro she wlll attend school. Slrs. Hcrbert wnlto of Guilford ls a guest of lier slster, Mrs. Fred Johnson. Mlss Marbn llowc, Mrs. Wlnnle Sher man Adams nnd Mls3 Gmce Shermnn re turned Tuesday nfter nn outlng of sev- crnl days nt Sunset lake. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Franklin and two chlldren, Ituby and Dorothy, of Green- flold are wllh Mrs. Franklin s slster, Mrs. F. E. Yeaw, thls week. WEST DOVER. Mlss Lela Cook has flnlshed work for Mrs. W. II. Churchlll. Mrs. Bert Parsons nnd daughters, Allco and Ethel, of Boston nre vlsltlng at W. II. Parsons's. Mrs. Ellzn Bico went to Wilmington Sundny, where she wlll vlslt befors golng to Brattleboro. Mlss Wlnifred Sherman was tho gtiest of Mrs. Wlll Ilarrls last weck Wednesday and Thursday. The school ln the vlllage wlll begln next Monday, Aug. 29, wlth Mlss Marlon Howe teachcr. iiev. . rjSiaurttoK nnii lamny oi Amlierst nre at Mr. listaurook s father s H. W. Estabrook's. Mrs. Wllllam Castle, who has been staylng wlth her daughter, Mrs. W. II. Mann, the past threo months, returned Monday to Jamaica. On account of the flro ln Wilmington Sunday Itev. Mr. Woodman dld not hold servlces here. Itev. W. A. Estabrook, n former pastor, preached a short sermon. GU1LFORD CENTRE. F. R. King of Sprlngfleld, Mass., yls- Ueil ln town last wecK. Fred Toft ls spending the week sight- seelng along tho Uudson river. Mr. nnd Mrs. B. A. Whlttemore were in G1U on a fishing trip Wednesday. Mrs. Clara Morris of Sprlngfleld, Mass., ls spending a weck wlth frlends ln town. Bev. Merrill Wnrd wlll preach In the I nlversalist church Sunday at 2.30 p. m. Mlss Fnnny ilolden came homo from Sunset lake Frlday for a few days' vaca- tlon- Jidna Tnnycr nnil little urotlier of Al- oany, r,. i., speni msi weeK ni w . .mi- ner s- wr. nnu ,irs. s. m. ijuuock nna son visiteu in auiiers tnns nr.a mversiue over unun.- ..liss .-Neuie .Miner rame nome .Monuay from Brattleboro, whero she spent sev- eral weeKs. Mrs. Archlo Mlner nnd three chlldren spent lnst week vlsltlng in Greenfleld, Colraln nnd Ieyden. Mrs. S. M. K. Bullock. who ls 111 In Millers Falls, suffored a relapse Monday nnu ner conilition ls serlous. Loren Adams has bought a farm in Mount Vernon, Mnlne, and wlll move hls famlly there about Sept. 15. Mlss 'Florence Holden, Mlss Mlnnle Thayer, Mlsses Nora and Flora Jaqueth nttended the teachers' exnmlnntlon in Brattleboro Wednesday and Thursday, Marshall Barlier of Burlington, Knn sas, vlslted hls nephew, F. E. Thayer, thls weeK. Jlr. Barber camo to Boston to at tend the Grand Army encnmpment. Ho wlll vlslt ln Fltchburg before returnlng to itnnsas, F. E. Wnrd of thls plnce and Mlss JI. in wdTlgly came nere tne same tiaj- nnd begnn house keeplng in Mr. Ward's nleasant home. Tho nelghbors planned n surprlse for them by Uecoratlng the house wlth flow- ers. The Only Survlvor of the Hayes Arctlc exnedltlon. Jlr. S. J. McCormlek. now Unlted States Demitv Mlnornl Surveyor, Bllss Station, Idnho, nays: "For years I havo suftcred from so- vere palns in tho hip Jolnt and baek bone. depriving me of nll poyer, Tho cnuse was Stono in the Bladder and Gravel In tho ICldneys. After uslng Dr. David Ken- ne(iy s fnvorlte Rcmedy, of Rondout, N. x i was compieteiy cured. . "What ls the price of Dobbln's Electrlc oap7 "Slx cents a bar, full size, reduced from ten." "Why, that's the pric of common Drown soap. Send me a box. I can't afford to buy any other soap after thls." Derangement of the Hver. wlth stlpation. Injures the complexion, lnduce yuuyKs, omiuw onin. iiemove mo caus Dy uslng Carter's Little Llver Pllls, dose. Try them. One a GUILFORD. JIIss Annlo Mollen, who hns been vlslt- liiB in HlndKO, N. H., nrrlvcd homo thls week to spend tho romnlndcr of her vn cntlon. Mlsses Ithoda nnd Florence Lymnn of Keeno nro vlsltlng thelr cousln, Mlss Kdlth Sciulres. Mrs. E. M. HniiRS nnd dnughter, uor- trudo. of Northamptonu, nro guests nt Joel Flagg's thls weok. C. A. MeP.no s new mon s clothlng nml fiirnlslilnes storp. nt tho old Boynton stnnd, Mnln .treot, Brattleboro, wlll bo opcncu oopi. ii. WEST GUILFORD. Oscnr Itay of Hrnttlcboro ls nt D. S, Iiond's thls weok. Mrs. Losllc Ilouchton nml dauglitor of Hernnrdston nro vlsltlng nt Hosoa Flsh ers. ,. ltldley of Vnlley Fnlls, who hns spent three weeks nt II. C. Mcrrlllold's, wlll return liomo touny MI1 Corn Kdwnrds of Northnmpton nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Doxlor Oraves of Springlloui nro ni 11. i,. .niciiois s. Mrs. A. C. I'lko of Hildgcport, Conn., nnd Frnnk lt. KnlcUcrboeker, Jr., of Waterbury Conn., nro vlsltlng nt C. II. Shopnrusons. Mr. nnd Mrs. Frnnk Hcnry nnd chll dron left Wednesday mornlng for n cnr ilago drlvo to Noi-thnmpton nnd Sprlng. llelil. Tney went y wny oi urecmiem. HALIFAX At tho cnucus hcld Mondny nlght tho Itppithllcnns nomlnutpd F. T. Mlnor for rpprescntatlve. The Democrnts ronoml- nated A. C. Jones, the prosont represontn- tlve. WEST HALIFAX. Thcro ls tnlk of havlng n flng ralslng ln tho near future, wlth out of town spenkcrs. Tho board of clvll nuthorlty wlll mect nt I'erley Croslers store nt llnllfnx Centre August 7, nt 1 p. ni., to rovlse the check Hst he rond commlssloncr hns n number of mcn nml toams maklng pormnncnt Im- pr0vements on the Notth lltver road near the Joel Davls placc. of the I3aptlst clmrch, was gladly wol comed by bls congregatlon last Sundny mornlng, when ho spoko on "God's Wny ln the I'hlllpplnes," telllng from hls own experlenco and observatlon when wlth hls reglmont ln tho'o Islands of tho noble work our government ls dolng thcre ln brlnglng order out of chnos, estnbllsh- InK schools nnd tenchlng tho peoplo tho prlnclples of self government. Chaplaln Smlth, who ls on a three months' leave of nbsenco from hls reglment, the 19th Unltetl Stntcs Infantry, now nt Vnn couver barracks on tho Paclftc coast. wlll go from hero to Iloston to enjoy nn outlng wlth nn old-tlme frlend ln n crulso on hls yacht. Chaplaln Smlth ls In ex cellent health and rcports whlch have como to hls Vermont frlends show that In hls work as chaplaln he ls the rlght mnn ln the rlght place. He Is nccom panled by Mrs. Smlth nnd thelr son. Thls evenlng Chaplaln Smlth wlll glve n lec- turo ln the church. wlth sterenntleon 11- lustratlons. JAMAICA. 'ohn Wolcott hns begun hls school on West hlll. Gcorge Clark has begun hls school nt Plke's Fnlls. Mlss Ituth MoT.ean hns returned from Westfield, Mnss. Jlrs. Eunlce Spraguo has begun hcr school ln Stratton. Webster Haven of Sprlngflcld ls vlslt- Inir hls mnlhpr. Mrs. Wntnrmnn. Mls3 Klor,,nco jUlz7,. gaVp a lunchcon to a number of frlends last wcek. jirs. P. W. Howo ha.s returned from Stratton, whuro shp spent a weuk. ,irg, Kred Jfeal and Mlss I.lzzlo Ams- tien i,avo returned to South N'cwfano. a Ileoubllean rallv nlll 1k held Sont. 1. Hon. J. U Martln Is expected to speak. David I.yon of Iloboken, X. J., spent Sundny wlth Danlel Sherwln nnd famlly Mrs. May Webster of Brattleboro ls be Ing entertalncd by Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. bluimway. Mrs. Fred Itandall of Boston wns a um.st of hfr nunt. Mrs. Atnlrnw Wnrlr tiiiH weelc Ilamlln E. Roblnson of Jlarj'svllle. Mo, a cousln of J. C. Itoblnson, ls spcnding n rew uays ln town, Samuel Chcney of Poughkeepsle. jf. Y.. wlll spend hls vacatlon wlth hls parents. .Mr. anu Mrs. waies Chenev. Mlss Ethel Clark wlll begln the fall term of school ln dlstrlct No. 1, East uummerston, Monday, the 2Dth .Mlss Irene Gleason spent a part of last week in Sprlnsfleld, thls state, looklng nrter ner uuslnuss Interosts there. Mr. nnd Mrs. Georgo Day of Amherst, Mass., vlslted hls mother, Mrs. E. A. Day, and sister, Mrs. Itnlph Daggett, thls week. Ion Xoble of Westfield, Mass.. arrlved AVndnesday nlght. Hls famlly, who have been hero somo tlme, wlll return wlth hlm. C. H. Tnynton nnd Mason Iloward have returned from Boston, where they nt tenucd tne natlonnl Grand Aimy cncamp ment. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Sanders nnd daugh- te jiyrtIe Df West'fleld, Mass.. are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. McLean nnd daughter, Ituth. Mrs certrudo Joncs of Cuttlngsvllle. thls state, and Mlss Agnes Holton of windsor, Ontarlo, vlslted Mrs. C. H, Tnynton thls week, At ..epubllean caucus Thursday tho rol owlng cand dates were nom nnted: Representatlve, E. M. Butler: iustlces of the peace, F. B. I'lor. J. C. Itoblnson, A. V, D. Piper nnd II. P. Boynton. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. D. Rawson of Provi dence, It. I., spent Sunday and Monday wlth Mr. nnd Mrs. J. C. Itoblnson. Mr. Itaw)n ls a. natlvo of Jamaica, ,the seventh son of Capt. Lowell Rawson, nll or wnom were engnged ln tho clvll wnr. Jlrs. Rawson ls a natlvo of Londonderry. and a cousln of Jlrs. Roblnson. Jlr. and Jlrs. Cooley entertalned n large nu'"ber of thelr young frlends on Tues day evenlng, tho occaslon belng tho 18th blrthdny annlversary of Mrs. Cooley. The program lncludcd mus-Ic nnd gamcs nnd a bountlful supply of lco cream nnd cnko were served. Jlany useful presents wero recelved by the young couple. The Bnptlst ladles' nld soclety gavo nn Ice cream supper nnd sale of fancy nnd useful artlcles nt Grnnd Army hall Tues day evenlng, followed by n very pleasing ' city frlends. Jlorgan's orchestra furnish- ed muslc. The gatherlng wns n great success, soclally nnd flnanclally. EAST JAMAICA. . Judge F. JI. Butler of Rutland has been vlsltlng hls brother, E. JI. Butler. Several of our peoplo nttended tho open alr meetlng on Newfane hlll last Sundav. Leono Roblnson of West Wardslioro is vislting hor grandmother, Mrs. Vionia nowe. Georgo E. Allen has been glvcn a good positlon on tho electrio rallroad In North ampton. Jlrs. Gcorge Barnes of Waverly, Jlasa, has jolned hcr son, Wales, who has been hero two weeks. Jlr. nnd Jlrs. Herbert F. Bent and two boys nro spending tho summer nt Sleepy IIollow farm ns guests of W. II. Hamll ton. Jlr. Hamtlton reports the best fleld of oats he has over gnthered. Jfr. and Mrs. E. S. Allen had Just como over the hlll, on thelr way homo from tho rallroad station, when they met nn au- doorj'ard. Tho carriage nnd harness was smashed. Mrs. Allen was so badly frlght oned that sho suffered from a heart irouDio aunng tne nlght and the next day. SOUTH LONDONDERRY. Mary Iloss of Ludlow, Mnss., Is vlsltlng her parents. Mrs. W. C. Stnplcs hns been wlth her parents n few days. II. J. Mnttocks returned Saturday to New York. Mr. nnd Mrs. Georgo Htewnrt of St. Paul nro vlsltlng thelr pnrents. Clmrles Sutton of Chnrlestown, Mnss., Is vlsltlng In town. Mrs. Abblo Babbltt returned lnst weck from n vlslt In Worcester, Mnss. ltenn Abbntt returned Snturdny from n trip to Manchester nnd Arlington, Mr. nnd Mrs. Frnnk Ilnlt returned Tucs dny to thelr homo In Allontown, I'n. Mrs. Fred Hnnd returned Sundny to hor homo In Snxlons ' ltlvor, nfter n wcok's vlslt here. Itev. M. Smlth Is nttendlng tho onmp meetlng nt Clnreniont thls weok. Chnrlos Cltnrlton nnd Georgo Nowton of Roston linvc spent thelr vncntlon nt I. Chnilton's. Mrs. C. Muse nnd chlldren hnve return ed to thelr home In Brattleboro nfter spending seveml weeks wlth Mrs. Muse's slster nt ltlvorslde lnn. Mra. Idn Curtls nnd dnughter of Con nectlciit retiirned to thelr home Tuesdny, necompanled by Uertha Thompson. Mr. nnd Mr. Bradford Itudinnn of Boston came Suturday nlght to vlslt In town. Mrs. I.llllnn Shorey nnd chlldren, who linvo been in town seveinl weeks, roturn od Mondny to tholr home In Swamicott, Mnss. Mrs. Ettn Richmond of Sheffield, III., Is staylng wlth hor parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Mnrtln llosklns, very lnuch to thelr com fort, ns they nre ln feehle henltli. Mr. nnd Mrs. Georgo A. Dudley nnd Mis. II. A. Dudley went to Peru Tues day to meet n cousln, Col. Edgnr Dudley, of thp 1 nlted Stntes regulnr nrmy, who wns mnklng a brlef vlslt thero. Tho Mcthodlst Indles' nld soclety gavo nn entertnlnment conslstlng of muslc, rec- Itntlons, ctc, and n blue Jay supper on Wednesdny evenlng of last week. Tho tnenu prlnted on the blue "J" wns very nttractlve, nnd those who were prcsent passed nn cnjoynble ovenlng. Neus has been recclved by frlends hero of the denth of llenrj- Ponieroy of Pitts field, Ohlo. He wns n natlvo of Newfane, and mnrrled Mlss lClvlra Bellamy of townshend, but the grenter part of hls llfe wns spent ln Ohlo, where ho leaves a wlfe nnd fnmlly. The nnnunl roll cnll of thp Bnptlst church wns held Wednesday. The meet lng wns very Interestlng. Itev. Mr. Ilen mnn of Jamaica delivered nn exccllcnt nddress nt tho forcnoon servlce. nnd tlie nfternoon wns devoted to tho cnlllng of tho roll nnd responses. Scveral letters were read from nbsent members. Tho slnglng wns In charge of Mrs. W. 11. Con verse, nnd ndded much to the exerciscs. . Dinner was servcd in the vestrj". Mrs. Sarah (Jennlson) Klngsbury, wlfo of Merrllt Klngsbury, dled In Boston Mondny, where she hnd been several weoks for medlcnl trentment. The lody was brought to her home Monday even lng, and tho funernl wns held Wednes day, Rev. Mr. Bcauian olllclating. She leaves besides her husltaud n dnughter, Rose, nml two sons, Adyn nnd Cnrl, both of I.oomlnster, Mass. She wns much es- teemed by nll who kncw her nnd she wlll be grently mlssed by her fnmlly nnd frlends. t nn ndjourned meetlng Tuesday ove nlng n nepubllcan club wns formed In thls town, wlth the followlng otllcers: Prosldent, A. E. Cudworth; Urst vlce preoldent, A. B. Wnlte; second vlce pros ldent. D. B. Goddard: executlve commit tee, W. I. Glbson, II. J. Twltchcll, II. A. HabDltt. J. I". Wlley, D. II. Hilton. O. W. Vhattuck. C. S. Mnrden, II. E. Huntley, II. W. Plerce, U O. Wllbur. I.. S. Hnven, I. 1 . l-andmnn, Fred Valle, F. M. I.oo!i- ard, 1.. G. D.ivis. W. I Wrlght. Ono or two rouslng Rillles wlth muslcnl nccom panlment may be looked for next week. The Bnptlst ladles" nld soclety held thelr nnnunl Old Home week soclnl nt Mnple ijiwn, tne home of Mr. nnd Jlrs. A. P. Cuttlng. Frlday. Tho day wns llne. nnd nlraut 200 people enjoyed the occaslon. Dinner wns servcd on the lawn, nfter whlch there wns muslc, a bnse ball gnme. otc. A Concord coach, wlth four horses, wns In nttendnnce, nnd cnrrled many of the piople both wnys. A large number from the Mcthodlst soclety nnil from the socletles nt the north vlllage were nres ent and ndded to the enjoyment of the uay. Among the vlsltors during Old Homo week mny bo nientloned the followlng: Mr. nnd Mrs. Poole nnd daughter of Bos ton nt E. F. Rugg's; Mrs. M. O. Stetson of Somervllle, Mnss., nnd Mr. nnd Mrs . H. Converso of Maldcn, Mnss., nt Mrs. II. D. Tyler's: Mr. nnd Jlrs. Georgo Stewnrt of St. Paul at John Stcwnrfs: B. A. Ross nnd son of New York nnd I-ucla nnd Georg? Iialdwln of Sharon nt R. A. ltoss's; Mr. nnd Mrs. G. A. Dud ley nnd Mrs. W. C. Staplcs nt Col. H. A Dudley's; Mr. nnd Mrs. C. D. Noyes of Brnttleboio at Melendy brothcrs'; Parker lluxton nnd two dnughters of Woonsocket, R. . I., nt Bradford Buxton's; Mrs. Ettn Richmond of Sprlngfleld, III., nt Martin Hoskltis's; I,. E. Emerson, son nnd daugh ter, nt R. S. Clayton's: Mrs. Ida Curtls nnd dnughter of Connecticut nt Wnlter Tiiompsons; Mrs. Plereo nnd Mrs. F. Knnd of Saxtons Rlver nt John Rams ilell's; Mrs. Earl Davls of New York nt Jlrs. S. O. Davls's; Jlrs. Abble Sheldon nnd Stella Yearly of Boston at L. O. Wll bur's: Srenee Babbltt of Roxbury. Jlnss. nt Cyrus Babbltt's: Mrs. W, O. Chllds of Boston nt Jlrs. Jnnulth's; Mrs. Orrln btowell nnd chlldren of Brattleboro nt Jlrs. 51, S. Clough's; Jlr. nnd Jlrs. Georgo ii. iiowe oi spnnguelil nt O. T. Shanks's; Jlrs. Sadlo Sherwood of Tlconderoga. X. Y., nt A. E. Cudworth's; Jlrs. Herhert Johnson of AVorcester, Jlnss., at Edna Johnson's; Danlel Uyon of Hoboken, N. J., Charles Charltnn, Gcorge Newton nnd miss HlcKs nt I. Chnrlton's. J. R. Huntoon. a Central Vermnnt brakeman, was knocked oft n car by a swltch ln tho rallroad yard in St. Albnns Jionuay nlght. Hls left leg wns crushed so uauiy that lt was amputated. To Eat and Sleep you must get your Hver, stomach and bowels right. Beechain's Pills act like a charm in setting you right. The appetite of youth coines with all its old relish after using Beecham's Pills. Nat ural sleep is the result of a short course of this famous remedy. ToWorkandPlay use Beecham's Pills. You will find a vigor and life which adds zest to both work and play after using Beecham's rills. . You will feel like a new person with a clear eye, sweet breath and a keenbrain. Toenjoylifetake BEECHAM'S PILLS, Sold Evorywhoro In Boxes, 100. and 25c. NEWFANE. W. T. Bruco hns suffored nnothcr stroko of tarnlysls. The Orange meellng Wednesday was Bentlemon's nlght. The Sargents nro movlng somo of tholr goods to tho Tuthlll houso. Jlr. nnd Mrs. Frnnk Burdltt of Put ney woro In town Sundny. Jllsses Richmond, llencdlct nnd Pct rlllo returned Snturdny to Now York. Jtr. nnd Mrs, E. C. Bonedlct of Now York nro nt tho Bonedlct placo to spend two weoks. W. II. Goodnnw of North Avonuo Sav Ings bank, North Cnmbrldge, has Jolncd hls fnmlly nt Elmhnll. JIIss Whltney nf Putney nnd Jlrs. Wnl ter Wheeler of Wllllnmsvlllo nr6 nt Jlrs. Chnrlotto Underwood's. Jlrs. nnd Mlsses Hayes, who hnve been hoardlng nt Mrs. Davldson's soven weeks, hnve loturned to Bethel, Conn. Jlrs. Fred Itnndnll nnd chlldien, who nro nt II. Jt. Hescocks's, wlll return to Soniprvllle, Jtnss., next woek. .lesse Ilnrvey of Montpelier recontly spent two or thre days hero. He ox spent two or three dnys ehore. Ile ex month. Windham County eentrnl dlstrlct Sun dny school conventlon wlll be held In Enst Dovo,r Wednesday, Aug. .11. A baskct lunch Is the noon nuniber on the progrnm. I'ostmnster Grout nnd Alfred I'nder wood went to Sprlngfleld, Jlnss., Thurs dny on n summons ns wltnesses In the t'nlted Stntes dlstrlct pourt, tho cnse be ln? ono rolatlng to tnnll mntters. Jlrs. O. E. Davldson stnto secrotnry of the W. C. T. 1'., nooompanled Jlrs. Ida Iti'iul, state prenldent of the unlon, nnd JIIss Allco Jloore, n nntlonnl lecturor, to the Sunset lake meptings Wednesday, tomperance day there. Jlr. nnd Jlrs. Danlel Flsher nnd thelr slster, Jlrs. Rngers. nnd Jlr. Eaile and daughter, nll of Boston. left Tnesdny af ter two weeks" stny here. During the tlme Jlr. Flsher's nutomoblle hns tnkcn the pnrty on mnny n dollghtful rldc. 'Jlrs. Phoeho G. (Ryder) Farr, 82. who dled ln Wlnchester, N. II.. August 1C. wns nntlvo of thls town. In her glrlhood. fter the denth of her mother, she went to Chcstcrfleld, N. 11., whcro sho llved nt tho home of Jonnthnn Dunklco untll her mnrrlngo to Roswcll Stowell. who dled in 1875. In 1SS1 sho mnrrled Alonzo Fnrr of Swnnzey, who dled ln 1891. She lenvcs flve chlldren, nnd a bnlf slster, Jlrs. II. E. Kidder of Wardsboro. The Homeland Clrcle meetlng nt tho Congregntlonal church Wednesday nt 3 m. wlll De nddressod by Jlrs. II. S. Cnswcll-Broad. who orgnnlzed the socl- ty in 1S9j, nnd who hns clven nnnunllv one of her Interestlng tnlks suggested by ner exiensive traveis over tne countrv. Tho last meetlng was nddressed by JIIss Allco Ij. wiilte of Jlontgomery.. Aln., prlnclpal of nn Industrial school, nnd by .miss iinrnei iirn.ni, secrotan- of Younc WomeiVs Chrlstlan nssoclatlon work, wlth hendquartors ln Chlcago. Jlr. and Jlrs. Paris Frenm havo Issued Invltntlons to tlie marringe of thelr daughter. Florence, to Gllbert N. Batch elder In the Congregntlonnl church of Jlontevldeo, JUnn., nt 7 p. m. Sent C. JIIss Frenm ls n grnnddnughtor of tho Iate Jlrs. Sophronla Rimt of thls place, and a grnduate of Wells college, Aurorn, .N. . Mr. Ilatcheliler Is n Brown unl. ve--slty mnn. who hns occupied poitlons ns a chemist in Inrge sugar fnctorles, the lnst one lelng ln the Ilawnllan Islands. wnmicr ho wlll snll wlth hls brlde about Sept. 20. I-ist Frlday afternoon Jlr. nnil Jlrs. Fnink DeWltt nnd fnmlly. Jlr. nnd Jlrs. John DeWltt nnd fnmlly and the guests nt Davldson Jlnples gnve a corn roast In honor of JIIss I'iinn Thomas of Brnt tleboro. slster of Jlrs. John DeWltt. Af ter supper wns servcd In the plne grove Jlr. Undenvood took the guests for n verv enjoynble rlde by moonllght ln n prcttlly decomtel wngon. After returnlng to Da vldson Jlaples. llght refreshments were served and the remalnder of the evenlng was spent In a plensant manner. Vocal selertlons were rondered by JIIss Thom as. whlch were mueh enjojed by nll. The Phcenlx correspondent Is Indcbted to n frlend on tho hclKhts for the follow lng report of the open-alr meetlng: Com- Ing from mnny points wlthln a rnditis of 15 mlles, pe'le numlierlng by vnrious es tlmntes from 500 to 700 gnthered last Sundny nfternoon on hlstorle Newfane hlll for the nnnunl open-nir meetlng on Ben cnson grounds. The wither was ner fect. The nudltors occupied the nlank sonts, plnzzns of the cnbln, cushlons on the rocks, thelr cnrrlages, or stood, ns they prefcmnl. The nble speakers were nt thelr best. Rev. C. O. Day recclved n wnrm greetlng from old frlends In Ver mnnt nild siioko Insplrlngly (rom the text Psalms 41:18. "I wlll open rlvers on the Imre helghts." JIIss Allco U White. n mlssionnry nmong coloreil pooplo of the South, lllustmted prayer bv a touehlng ineifirni. itev. jotin A. Hubbnrd of Chlc- ngo g;ive a slngularly clcar and forceful address on the "New Blrth," nnd deep ened the rellgious Impresstons of the hour by solos nnd the uso of the comet. The cholre of nelghborlng towns. Jlrs. A. W. Prntt, by nn Impresslve solo. nnd the double mnlo (ltinrtet of WllllamsviUo and houtli Newfane ndded grently to the In terest nnd nroflt of tho occaslon. After the scrvlce several persons nccepted the Invltntion of Evnngellst Hubbard to meet hlm for prlvnto conversatlon on tho ro- ugious nre. C. A. JIcRne's new men's clothlbir nnd furnlshlngs store. nt the old Bovnton stnn.1, Jlaln street, Brattlclwro, wlll be opent.d Sept. 10. SOUTH NEWFANE. Schools in town will begln Sept. n. S. G. Shepnrd hns gone to Alstead, N. II., hls formir home, for a vlslt. Jlrs. O. V. Jtorse is nt C. E. Brown's whlle Jlrs. Btown is in Clarernont, N. H. C. L. Dexter has returned from Phll- ndelphla, where he spent ten days on a uusiness trm. Jlrs. G. A. Houghton entertalned her slster nnd chlldren from Wilmington n day or two thls wcek. Rev. nnd Jlrs. E. F. Jlltchell of Wnter !oro, Jlntne, who nro vlsltlng thelr hiany frlends In thls communlty, wlll remaln over nnother Sunday nnd Jlr. Jlltchell wlll prench next Sundny from tho Bnp tlst pulplt. WEST TOWNSHEND, Jlrs. Thello nnd Mlss Florence are at W. II, Tnffs. Jnmes A. Whlpplo nnd Jlr. nnd Jlra Ora Howo aro vlsltlng In Fltchburg thls week. The vlllage school wlll fcogin August 29, wlth JIIss Johnson of Wnrdsboro' ns tcacher. GROVE. Mrs. Andrew Worden's fnther, mother nnu slster vlslted her last week, Jlr. nnd Jlrs. Wnlter Prouty nnd Jtlss Nelllo Prouty, Dr. Clnyton, JIIss Bertha and Tlu-odoro AValcott vlslted thelr uncle, F. P, Prouty, Tuesday. Jlrs. Etta Bell ls expected hero from Connecticut thls week. Clarenco Bell hns returned to Connecti cut, ienvlng Jluster Georglo for a vlslt nt hls nunt's, Jlrs. Elwln Preston's. Mrs. Chnrles WllUinson, who hroke hcr nnklo several weeks ngo, nnd hnd been unnblo to walk slnce, fell last Tuesday nnd broko both bones nbove tho nnklo In tho leg wlilch was lnjured before. The Peoplo's Natlonnl bank, tho only Diinit in nwnnxon, wns cioseu iTKlay liy order o ftho controller of tho currenev. Frank L. Flsh, nntlonnl bank oxnmlner, 13 In chnrge ns temporary recelver. Tho bank is a small one, the capltal belng $50,000, C. H. Sanborn was cashler. Tho causo of the suspenslon was tho innbllltv of tho bank offlclals to collect a number of notes whlch were due. Buslness men thlnk the credltors wlll be pald in full. and tho bank may posslbly bo reopened. TOWNSHEND. Mlss Holbrook of Holyoko Is vlsltlng nt llugh Ilolbrook's. Georgo Houghton of Brooklyn Is nt homo for hls vncntlon. P. H. Carr nnd fnmlly hnvo been vlslt lng nt Jtrs. Ann Cnrr's. Tho Dorcns Gulld wlll meet with Jlrs. Lymnn Gnlo noxt Wednesdny. Dr. Nnsh nttended tho nntlonnl arnnd Atmy eiienmpinpnt ln Boston lnst weok. Tho lnst ln n serlps of nelghborhood pnrtles wns held lnst weok nt Gcorge All- bee s. Soveml townspeoplc went to Boncnsson Sunday nfternoon to nltond tho opon-nlr meetlng. Jlr. nnd Jlrs. Greeno of Jacksonville, Fln., nro vlsltlng Jlrs. Addle Oroeno ln llnrmonyvHlo. Ilopo Chnso hns returned from North field, Jlnsa. Sho wlll tonch thls fnll In dlstrlct No 3. Ten took tho lonohars' exnmlnntlon hero last week under Jlr. llnrthorne, county exnmlnor. Jlr. nnd Jlrs. Wlll B. Smlth of Sprlng fleld, Jlnss., vlslted tholr nunt, Jlrs. Fred Wlllnrd, last week. Jlr. nnd Jlrs. Greenwood nnd grnnd daughter recontly vlslted nt J. Green wood's In Chester. Jlrs. Kenyon will go bark thls fall to tho school ln Nowfnno whlch sho has tnught many terms. Jlr. nnd Jlrs. Edgnr Allbeo vlsltid n few dnys last week tu Cumbrldgi port nt Jlr. Allheo's fnther's. Jlrs. Anglo Nnsh nnd daughter nnd son of Worcester, Jlnss,, are isitors nt Jlrs. Hplen Wetherbee's. After a long vncntlon nt home, JIIss Allce Frnnklln hns returned to tht ocr nll fnctnry In Ilrnttleboro. ; JIIss Jlnbcl Allbee wlll tc.'n h school In Ornfton thls fall. Abby Follctt wlll rc tutn to Weston to teach. Jlr. nnd Mrs. Wllllam Fuller and c-lgtit chlldren of Feedlng lllllM, Jlasrf., ntv vlsltlng nt Ephmlni FuIIit's. Tho Baptlst ladles' nld soclety wlll meet next week Thursday alternoon, and servt supper at 5 o'clock ns usunl. Rov. Cyrus Hnmlln wlll preach Sunday ln the Congregntlonal church ln the nb sence of Rev. G. II. Baker. Jlrs. Ann Eddy of SIoux Falls, South Dakotn, Is vlsltlng hcr brother, Hownrd Burke, nt the Townshend lnn. Holllo Wllson is nt homo from Albany, N. Y where he hns been bookkeeper for a flrm whlch hns n large buslness. Jlrs. Knte Burchnrd of Hrnttleboro Is vlsltlng wlth hcr slsters, Jlrs. Palnier, of Fredonla, and JIIss Hetcher of thls place. Fred Wlllard Is mnklng Improvemonts upon hls house ln the vlllage. Haynes Snnders has tnken the Job of bulldlng the shed. Jlr. Gould's dnughter nnd chlldren of Hnrtford, Conn., nre here to vlslt nt Charles Gould's. Jlr. Gould wlll come lntcr. Mlm Jl.ibel Hnrrls, n teucher In Brook lyn, hns vlslted at Edwln Harrls's nnd wlth other relatlves in town tho past wcek. Captaln ark Stono- of Sprlngfleld, JIuss., ls vlsltlng nt Fnyette Cook's. He wlll vlslt other frlends In town before re turnlng. Jlrs. Wnllace of Somervllle, Jlnss., nnd her sons from St. Paul's school In Con cord, N. II., nro guests nt the Towns hend lnn. Jlr. nnd Jtrs. J. R. Rnnd nnd son of Brattleboro, who have been bonrdlng nt the Townshend lnn two months, have goho home. The Norcross fnmlly from lialdwins l!!e, Jlas., nre here agaln with thelr tent, camplig on the Stone farm over the rlver. Jlr. and Jlrs. Chnmliprlaln nnd daugh ter spent Wednesday nlght last week at A. L. Saxton's on thelr wny home from Northfield,' Jlnss. Jlr. and Jlrs. Dunham of Athens vlslt ed at Cnrl Johnson's lnst week Thursday. Noltle Johnson returned home wlth them for n short vlslt. Dr. Rlce, J. II. Wnre and the Evans brothcrs wlll hnve telephone lnstruments placed In thelr homes on tho dlrect llne to Brnttlelioro. C'hnrlle Fnrr nnd Bertle Earle, former resldents, nnd Jlrs. Abby Woodnrd and son of Westminster West vlslted nt Chnrles Hall's lnst week. The.Buds of Promlse ln dlstrlct No. 3 wlll meet with JIIss Nettle Johnson Snt urdny, Aug. 27. All members nre cor dlnlly lnvlted to be present. Jlrs. Elolse Perrln nnd daughter and son have left for thelr homo In Sprlng fleld. Jlnss., nfter vlsltlng Jlrs. Perrln's slster. Jlrs. Ilnynes Snnders. llenry Twitchell's tenement has been undergolng repnlrs, the work belng dono by Fred Rnndnll nnd R. D. Phlllips, nnd It will bo occupied thls fall by Prof. Per kins. Dr. nnd Jlrs. Palmer and dnughter of Fredonla, N Y., nre guests nt the Town- hend lnn. Dr. Palmer has been prosldent of tho normal collego ln Fr'donla 25 yenrs. There wlll be n Republlcnn rally next Tuesday nfternoon at 2 o'clock ln the town hall. Congressmnn toster nnd Jnmes F. Hooker wlll be the spenkers. Esther Dale wlll slng patiiotlo songs. JIIss Frances Phlllips left Jtonday mornlng for Jllllers Falls. Later sho wlll return to Oberlln college, whcro she is tnklng n four years course. She has completed one year of the course. Frank E. Ward of Guilford Centre and Jliss Jlary Etta Hobart were mnrrled re cently in thls town by Rev. G. II. -Baker. Only tho members of the familles were present. Congratulatlons and klnd wlsh es nre extended from frlends here. Jlr. nnd Jlrs. Orison Follett nnd two chlldren. Rev. nnd Jlrs. G. II. Baker, Jlrs. Fred Ford, Jllsses Orle, Esther nnd Allco Dale, John Dale and Rev. nnd Jlrs. Cyrus Ilamlln nnd son nre camplng nt Sunset lake. Wo hopo a good number wlll attend the concert on Aug. 30, to bo gtven by JIIss Dale. Jlrs. Dale has shown us so many favors ln a muslcnl wny thnt we hnve an opportunlty now to show our appreclatlon by glvlng Jliss Esther a full house. Dr. Gorham operated upon Rnlph Strat ton of tho west vlllage for enlarged ton slls nnd ndenolds Sunday nt the homo of hls grnndmother. Jlrs. II. Wlnslow of thls vlllage. Ho was comfortable when tnken to hls home Jlonday mornlng. A large number of passengers were on the naiTow gaugo trnln Saturday nlght, more thnn could tlnd seats. Somo had to stand untll they got to Wllliamsvllle, nnd nfter comlng n long journey they found it tedlous and inaulred of the conductor if he dld not furnlsh seats for hls pas sengers. He replled that somo would be gettlng oft soon, whlch was not very comfortlng, ns it wns uncertnln whether they would or not. Jlnny 'of our towns people nre drhing to Brattleboro Instend of golng ln tho cnrs on nccount of the con dltlon of the Dummerston brldge. C. A. SIcHao's new men's clothine and fuinlshlnffs stoie, nt the old Hoynton stand, Mnln stieet, Urattleboro, wlll bo opened Sept, 10, Found 50000 Old Pennles. An old nnil keg wns recently unearthed in ono of our western cltles by workmcn engaeed in tearlne down an old bulldlnr;. Upon openlnB it they bccnmo very much elatcd ns lt wns full of pernles, but thelr Joy wns soon turr.cd to dlsappolntment for on closer oxamlnatlon they wero found to bo comnierclal pennles, used durins tho wnr, nnd of no valuo now, whatover. Tho above has also been tho experlenco of slckly men nnd women who were decelvcd into tryinK varlous remedles to restoro thein to health, but because they contalned no merlt woro sadly dlsappolnted. Not so, however, wlth those who selected Hostetter's Stomach nitters to curo them of belch 1ns, heartburn, lndlgestlon, dyspepsla, or malaiia, fever nnd neue, for today thev enjoy perfect health. A trial will con- vince you, too. Auction Administrator's Sale of Real Estate and Personal Property Saturday, Sept. 10, 1904, at 10.30 a. m. This Desirable Real iit mmm in i i i nn ' i i m The E. E. Stockwcll Real Estate on Spruce St., Brattleboro, Vt. It has n frontngo of 11 rods nnd 8 fect on Spruco St., (three bulldlng lots). Is 15 mlnutea wolk from tho pot olllce nnd lesj than three mlnutcs walk from tho trolley. Tlie houe cuntuina 14 rooms nnd ls nrrnnged for two tcnemcnts. Jlr. Stockwcll conducted n blr tmcklng nnd jobblng buslness from this stand. Here 19 without doubt, n cliuuvc to buy tho foundntion of hls buslness for lialf what lt cost. PERSONAL PROPERTY. One pnlr of work horses, wcight MO lbs. If you want a good palr, buy them. Palr work harness, dump cart, Milburn wagon 3 W Inch tlre, box body, truck, Ssleds, Granito State mow. Ing mavhlne, scratcr, grlndstonc, cliulns, watcr trough hcater, tool chest nnd tools, jack-screws work-liench. ctc., ctc.; ln fact, nll the artlcles necessary for tho trucking buslness. Top Concord, mnde to order by V, D. Wllltams, used but little. Concord wagon, newly tlrcd last sprlng, nlrendy for buslness, slefghs 3 drlving harness. HOUSEHOLD GOODS Conlsting of Kstey Orgnn, Stylel63, chamber sets, coucli, refrlgcrator, 2 Eitting room stoves nmi?e useil three yenrs. carpets, etc. ' Sale Posltlvre, Rain or Shine. Free Lunch at Noon. Come and inspect thls property. Wlll be plcuscd to show on tho day of the sale orany day prevlous. Thls property is on Spruce SU Uruttlcboro, Vt., and wlll be sold Sept. 10, 1901. CHARLES G. STAPLES, Administrator E. E. Stockwcll Estate. A. S. ATHERTON, Auctloneer. CARTERS WlTTLE IVER PILLS. CURE Blck nadche and rclicve a.11 the troubles Incl dect to abllious statoof tho ijatem.BUch u SlulneM, Xausca, Drowtlness, Ditreu after eatlDR. 1'ala la tha fil.lo, &c Whlla thelr nnt nmarkablo succeas has bocn ahotra ln curisg SICK Ilcadache. yct Carter's Llttlo Llvcr rills are equally ralnablo ln Constipatlon. curing and pre ventlDg thla annoyluRCOiurlalnt.whilo they alia correctalldlaorderaof theatotnachtlmulatstha Hver and reguUto U10 bowcU. livealf tlieyonly HEAD Ache they wonld bo almot t prlcclesa to tliose who eufler from this distrcsstngcompIMnt; but fortt ziateljrtbeirgoodncafldoes notcndhere.&ndthoio uho once try thora will Ond theso little plllB vala ftbleineoiuany ways that Ihey wlll not bo nrlU ling to do witbou t them. But after all slck be&4 ACHE la the baso of so many llyea that here ls whera wemaVeourgreat boaat, Our pllla core lt whuo othera do not. Carter's Little Llver Fllla aro Tery imall and very eaay to take. One or two pilli make a doae. They are atriclly vegetable and do not grlpe or purge, but by thelr gentle action pleass all who U8Q thain, InTialsat2Scenta ; flreforll. Sold by drnggtata everywhero, or aent by znail. CARTER HEDICINE C0., New York. Ul Small Soss. Small Prics. "Let no Face be Kept in Mind but the Face of ROSalind." Slinkespeare. R Hnsallnd 5c clitnrs havo 0 nll tho fniK'niiK-e and . S strength of the ordlnnry A lOo clgnr. L 1 If you want a (?ood 5o N,. cltrar "let no ciifar Ikj D kept ln mind but tho 5c cltrarealled KOSALIND. 10c Doctor's Favorlto LEONARD & ROESS. Dr. McMunn's Elixir of Opium. For Headache, Nervous ness and Loss of Sleep. Sure, posltive and safe. For Sale by All Drugglsts. JOHN DUNLEAVY, Cuitom Tallor. Clennslng, Repalring and Presslng done to Order. Ryther Bulldlng. Up one fllflht Sale. Estate at Auction. HEAVY TRUCKING MOVING SAFES, BOILERS, And all Heavy Work A Speclalty. A Modern Furniture Van added to my former equipment cnables me to Kimramce satisfaetlon ln morintf Household Goods and Planos. HORSES FOR SALE For Draft, Coach. Farm and Famlly uses. G. E . GILMAN, BOEIIIotSt. Telephone. INSURANCE SPECIALTIES. FIP.E LIFE ACCIDENT HEALTH PLATE GLASS BURQLAHT EMPLOYERS' LIABILITT ELEVATOR RENT INSURANCE TORNADO and WINDSTORMS THE MUTUAL LIFE, N. T. HARTFORD STEAM BOILER VERMONT MUTUAL IDEMNITT and SURETY BONDS North German Lloyd, White SUr Hamburo-Amerlclan, Cunard, Scandlnavlan-Amerlcan and Fabre Llne Steamhlp Tlcketa. Over 30 years' experlenco has made us rellable euldcs In the matter of insur ance. Apply ln person, by mall, telesraph or telephone to C. F. R. JENNE, Succeasor to Sherman & Jenne, Brattle- boro, Vt. Establlshed 1867, "STROUT'S SUMMER SNAPS" Is an illustrntcdilooklet, Just out. dcserih. ltiK 150 bltr barKuitis In New i:ii(rlniid' Jltiney.JIakinic Farms. It will bo mailed FltKl,. A few on eosy tcrms with stock, tools nml KrowlnK cropa includod to scttlo cstatcs quickly, lf you want a quick pnlo writo us for our FltEK descriptlon blanks. Wo requiro no payment in advanco. Wo uso our own money to ndvertiso your property. Jloro than 400 sales In Maiuo alono slucc 1001 to mcn from -"0 stutcs is our Bimruntce to you that our methods aro rlght. E. A. STROUT, 150 Nossau St.. Now York City, or Tremont Templo, lloston, Mnss, GEO. S. WILLIS, Successor to A. F. Wilder, Manufacturcr of Wood Coat, Pant and Skirt Hangers Book Cases, Desks and I'icturo Frames, Oouerul Jobblng In Wood Work. Flat St., Brattleboro. immsm