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THE VERMONT PHCENIX, BRATTLEBORO, ER1DAY, AUGUST 26, 1904:.
THE PUTNEY COLUMN Republicans Too Late To File Nominations A M. Corser the Unanlmous Cholce for Representatlve J. W. Shelley the So clallst Candldate. Dr G. S. Foster returned Tucsday fr"m a vislt wlth relntives In Vergennes. Mlss Isobel Brlggs nnd Mlss Mnry Fol- lctt of Dnston nre occupylng thclr house on ist iim. V rv Stockwell returned Snturday fnm a week spent iu Sprlngfleld nnd Th"mpsonvllle. Mi.--s Annle Fnrley spont Sunday nt her li .ni' In Greenfleld, havlng as her guest Mi-s Katherino Booth. IVs Maud M Munger of Woodstock cim Saturday to vlslt Mlss Fredn Pem lc r. turnlng Tuesday. - I'rof. Charles Knlght ot Akron, Ohlo. 13 a guest of hls mothcr, Mrs. Fanny K ight, and lils slster, Mrs. Eva Green- w 1. J I.. Iloward wlll begln' hls 10th year ( mstruetor ln penmanshlp n the Mnl d' " Mass., schools the day followltiB La ln.r diy Miss Mamle Graves of Sprlngfleld, M -s . came Frlday to spond a week at II G Evcrleth's. She Is In the mtllinery buslness. Dan Orowiey hns boURht of Mrs. W. G. Tii idwny the house whlch he has occu pl' d many years, situated below E. K. Knight's shop. Mr and Mrs. Henry Coe went to Brnt tlcimro Saturday nnd from there to Well csky IIllls, Mass., nfter vlsltlng Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Warren. Roy W. Balley of Hartford, Conn., came home Saturday to spend a vacatlon of two weeks with hls parcnts, Post master nnd Mrs. L. P. Balley. A. L. Iloward, who bousht the old Den nlson Davls farm recently, sold a car load of cattle Monday to Mr. BaBSS of Belcher town. They were shlpped today. Dana ClouRh, who had one bone In hls rlsht leg broken recently, ls now able to walk, wlth the ald of a cane. He lntcnds to resume work ln about a week. Mrs. A. T. Byard, who spends the sum- mer wlth her daughter, Mrs. John L. Howard, went Monday to the home of A. A. Byard ln West Chesterfleld. Mrs. Carrle Carmcn of Colorado ls vls ltlng her mother, Mrs. Ja'ne ltoberts. Prof. and Mrs. L. L. Drury of Mt. Her mon also are vlsltlng Mrs. Roberts. Rev. W. T. Sparhawk wlll speak In the Congregatlonal church next Sunday morn lng, hls theme belng "Lessons from my pilgrlmage." In the evenlng there wlll be a unlon ser-lce ln the Mtfhodlst church. A meeting of those lnterested ln ob servlng Labor day was hcld Monday even lng. It was decided to hold a celebratlon lf sufflcient funds could be ralsed, and J. W. Shelley was appolnted a commlttee to secure pledges for that purpose. Road Commlssloner Scott expects to complete hls Job on the maln hlghway next week. The stone draln was com pleted thls week. The remainlng work wlll consist of removlng elght to ten lnches of the top of the road between George Stowell's nnd Dr. Foster's and re placlng lt wlth gravel. A spout has been lald by the Stowell company thls week from the brook flow lng across thelr land, to the Cole dam, connectlng at that polnt wlth an lron plpe whlch was put ln some tlme ago from the factory to the dam. Thls wlll allow the company to draw water for fllllng thelr boller and for other purposes wlthout the necesslty of pumplng lt. Carl Knlght, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Knlght, has accepted an appolntment as Instructor ln the electrlcal departmcnt of the Worcester Polytechnlc instltute and wlll begln hls dutles next month. He graduated from the lnstltutlon a year ago last June, and for the past year he has been employed by the General i.lec trlc company In Schenectady. He ls spendlng hls vacatlon at the home of hls parents. Seventeen young people held a corn roast In the grove back of the George Kerr place Monday evenlng. The event was enjoyed to the full extent, and some of the party aver that the raln storm whlch came up unexpectedly about 7 o'clock and drenched them to the skin made the occaslon all the more lnterest lng. The corn roast was gtven ln honor of Mlss Maud M. Munger of Woodstock, The party returned about 9 o clock. The membcrs of the Soclallst party ln thls town decided to put a candldate for town representatlve In the neld, and on Monday flled wlth the town clerk a cer tlflcate of nomlnatlon In favor of Andrew J. Ayer. Thls was done ln splte of Mr. Ayer's declaratlon last week that he would not be candldate and would not accept the nomlnatlon lf there were n remote posslbllity of hls belng elected. Notlces were posted calllng a Socalist caucus for Thursday, but evldently lt became known to some of the Soclallsts that Monday was the last day on whlch no nlnatl-ms couid be flled. On learnlng th.it he was nominated Mr. Ayer prompt ly decllned to accept the nomlnatlon, and on Wednesday a new tlcket was flled " nomlnatlng J. Walter Shelley for repre sentatlve. The Republlcan caucus for the nomlna tlon of a candldate for town representa tlve was held Wednesday evenlng ln the town hall and was largely attended. C. W. Adarns preslded, and A. M. Corser was the unanlmous cholce of the voters. Alluslon was made to the fact that the caucus was held too late to have the can dldate's name nrlnted on the ofllclal bal lots, and the voters were urged to wrlte Mr. Corser's name ln the blank space whlch wlll be provlded for lt and to make a cross nfter the name. The followlng tlcket of Justlces of the peace was nom Inated: F. L. HouBhton, M. D. Whttman Georce T. Anlin. C. G. Warwlck and H. O. Dodge. After the caucus a Roosevelt and Falrbanks flag was unfurled and three rouslng cheers were glven, led by James F. Hooker of Brattleboro, presluent ot tne Vermont Republlcan league. Mr. Hooker made a stirrlnc address to a large nuai ence, ln whlch he expounded wlth marked cffect the prlnciples of Republlcanlsm and the Issues of the campalgn. He was glven close attentlon. The Republicans were not exactly caught napplng thls week but thelr failure to keep In touch wltn tne worK oi me leg- lslature of 1898 put them. ln a dox. They called a caucus for Wednesday evenlng to nomlnate a, candldate for town renresentatlve. and lt was not dlscov ered untll Tuesday mornlng that the tlme for nllng nominations wlth the town clerk had slipped by. The tlme limlt cxplred at 12 o'clock Monday nlght. Formerly the law provlded that nominations should be flled with the town clerk not less than 12 davs before electlon day, but tho legls- lature of 1898 made the tlme limlt 15 days before electlon day. A blank space wlll be left on the ofllclal ballots, however, so that the name of the Republlcan nomlnee CONTItiUE Those who are salnlner flesh nnd strength by regular treat ment wlth Scott's Emulsion ohould contlnue the treatment In hot woatheri smaller dosq and a little cool mllk wlth It wlll do away wlth anyobleotlon whlch Isattachedtofatfy pro ducts durlncr the hoatod season. Send for f ree sample, SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemlsts, , 409-415 Fcarl Street, New York. 50c and $1,001 alldniggisU. lTHF BOSTON. 334 BOYIiSTON ST. (opposlte the Arlington Street Church), ' WLL RE-OPEN IN ITS NEW BniWSG, SEPI. 6, 1904. Thls ichool now hats the most elegant, com. pltte and cxtcnilre private ichool bulldiag In Amerlca. In the plunlng and furalshlng ot its NEW BUIIilJINO expense has not been consldered eren In the mlnuteit detall, New fittlnps of spcclal deslgn wlll be found to have takcn the pl-ice of theor dinary furnlture uted in ichool bulldlngs. The entlre outfit of the school In Its old bulldlng has been sactlficed that the school ln the new home mlght have only the newcst and best obtalnable. EXrniUKNCED ti:aciieiis. The only feature rccognltablc wlll be the able and experienccd corps of teachers who have glven thls school Its wide-spread reputatlon. Ihe tultlon fces are thc same as durlng the previous ten years, and puplls who contemplate attendlng may congratulate themsclves that thls year was the choscn tlmt for thelr commerclal course and thc finlshlng of thelr school work. CODRSE OF STDDY. The course of study preparcs puplls thoroughly for all the dutles ofthe Countlng-room. Hook keeplntf (by any systcm); Stenography (Graham and. Pitman systems): Engllsh ComposlUon; Commerclal Corresponacncc; Commerclal Uiv; Commcrcial Gcoeraphy; Commerclal Hand wrillng; Typewrltlng; Clvll Service (prepara. tlon for examinations); N'ormal School Course (preparation forteachlng). Puplls wll 1 find the locatlon of the school most nccesslble from all polnts; over 4000 cars dally, wlth a stopping place directljr In front of the school bullding. No agcnts, solldtors or canvassers are em ployed by thls Inititutlon. For full partlculars sceYear Book forl9C4-5, postfrec. H. B. 1IIBBAIID. may bo wrltten In by oach voter. In stead of worklng to the detrlment of the Republlcan tlcket the overslght ought to nrouse the voters to the necesslty of the occaslon nnd mako, them put ln some llve ly work for thelr candldate. No tlcket for Justlces of the pencc has been flled, so lt wlll be necessary to wrlte the nnmes of the candldates for Justlces also. Thls town ls entltled to flve justlces of tho peace. C. A. McRae s new men's clothlnc nnd furnlshlngs store, nt the old Boynton stand, Mnln street, Brattleboro, wlll bo opened Sept. 10. EAST PUTNEY, Mr. Loud of Wlnchendon. Mass.. has been vlsltlng hls slster, Mrs. J. V. Shaw. The ladies' nld soclety wlll meet wlth Mrs. David Frost next Wednesday after noon. WEST CHESTERFIELD, N. H. Mr. Umpstead of Northampton snent Sunday at Mr. Bothwell's. Mr. and Mrs. Wlnlflcld Farr of Green- ficld spent Sunday ln town. The scbools ln town wlll becin thelr fall term Tuesday September 6. Uuth Brown ls maklng her nnnual vlslt of several weeks at Mlss Smlth's. Mlss Ada Bothwell ls wlth her parents. Mr nnd Mrs. Samuel Bothwell, thls week. Mrs. Annle Johnson has been spendlng the past two weeks wlth Mlss Ellen Smlth. Tarbell & Byard are maklng cxtenslvo repalrs on thelr mill and water prlvl lege. O. R. Farr's teams have -been drawlnc several carloads of lumbcr to the statlon the past week. A number of people from thls town Jolned the oxcurslon last week Thursday to Lake Champlain. Several from thls place attended "the Flsh and Gnme league's annual dlnner at Sllverdale last Frlday. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Smlth have been spendlng the past week ln Holyoke, West field and Southwlck, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Burbank nnd two daughters of New York are boarding wlth Mrs. Bothwell, who llves on Ellen Smlth's farm: also Mlss Edlth Newcomb of New London, Conn. CHESTERFIELD. Schools wlll begln the fall term Sept. C. Luclus Thatcher has returned from the Grand Army encampment ln Boston. George D. Flsk of Brightwood, Mass., ls maklng a two weeks vislt lntown. Republlcan caucus wlll be held ln tho town hall tomorrow, Saturday, evenlng. Rev. H. A. Jones attended the Methodlst camp rneetlng nt Claremont Junctlon last week. Mrs. Ida Hubbard Riggs of Fort Smlth, Ark., Is wlth her parents, Mr. and Mrs, J. C. Hubbard. Her slster, Mrs. Mark Tlsdale, of Contoocook, N. H and chll- dren are also at Mr. Hubbard s. C. A. McRae's new men's clothing and furnlshlngs store, at the old Boynton stand, Maln street. Brattleboro, wlll bo opened Sept. 10. ASHUELOT, N. H. Mrs. C. W. Rawson was a visltor in Dover, Vt., last week. Mlchael Knlghts spent most of last week In Boston and Lowell. Rdbert Dexter of Athol ls belng entcr- talned by hls cousln, H. Ralph Wood. Raymond Rogers ls vlsltlng relatlves ln South Deerfleld, Mass., and vlclnlty. Frank L. Rumrill ls entertnlnlng hls sister. Mrs. R. C. Dunham, of New Brltaln, Conn. Eugene Felch ls ln Boston a few weeks. He may take n Josltlon as book keeper there. Mrs. Bernard J. Rlley nnd slster, who was vlsltlng her, spent part of last week ln Boston. Mrs. Charles Varno nnd child of Orange nre at Mr. Vnrno's father's, Pitcher Var no s, for a few weeks. George R. Polzer and wlfe of Charles- town were vlsltors at Gustave A. Polzer's and Frank G. Hlcks's over Sunday. Charles C. Klngslcy returned here Tues- day nfter an absence of over two years spent mostly ln the west, nay Stlmson wlll enter the Bryant & stratton buslness college, Boston, next month for a year s course. Mra K .herlne Oulclev and Mrs. Brld- get Caln have returned from a vlslt of several days ln Brattleboro. Wlll H. Berklnshaw nnd famlly of Watertown, Mass., are at Patrlck Cun nlngham s for n few weeks. Men aro here from Orange puttlng ln the new water wheels at the Sherldan mllls, a Job of several weeks. Mr, and Mrs. C. E. Caswell, who spent several weeks In the vlllage, returned to thelr home In Cambridge, Mass., Mon day. Wnlter I.. Stetson moved hls famlly to Hlnsdalo Monday. where the several mem bers have employment In the twooH'n mllls. The work of puttlng ln the foundatlons for the paper mlll of the Ashuelot Paper company at tho fomer Eames & Towne locatlon ls belng pushed rnpldly, a large gang of men belng employed wlth a stcam derrick and drlll. There are 2100 mlneral waters bottled ln New York clty. JACKSONVILLE. Mlss Gladys Cheney wlll teach school thls fall ln Dover. Mrs. Julla Dary, mother of A. E. Dary, ls vlsltlng her son. Thirtcen persons took the teachers ex aminations Monday. Ellle W. Corklns Is spendlng several days wlth hls parents. Mrs. Nettlo C. Hnstlngs Is vlsltlng her mother ln Brattleboro. Mlss Mlldred Stetson has returned to her hcme In Grecnfleld. O. R. Butterrteld of Grecnfleld Is spend lng hls vncatlon In town. Mrs Bradford t'pton nnd slster nro vlsltlng Mrs. V. V. Brlghnm. Mrs. Fnrrlngton of Searsburg ls vlslt lng her sons and daughter here. Fred Jollvet of New York Is vlsltlng hls slster, Mrs. Carrle Canedy. George H. Shittuck of Weston Is vlslt lng hls couslu, John E. Colernan. E. II. Davenport of West Brattleboro was ln town last week on buslness. Charles Mltchell has been conflned to thc house two weeks wlth soro oyes. Dr. Mnrtln M. Brown of North Adams has bought a cottage at Lnurel Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Walter White of Wilming ton called on Mrs. Wnllnce Bartlot Tues day. Mrs. 1j. A. Brown nnd daughter aro nt Mrs. Brown's fnther's for a few days' stay. t-'ome of the old boys wlll play at Wil mington next Tuesday, Aug. 30, at 2.30 p. m. 1'mnk E. Reed nnd fnmlly returned Thursday to thelr homs ln Easthampton, Mass. 12. A. Temple nnd famlly were In Ben nington the flrst of thc week on a little outtug. I'at Regnn nnd John Dary nro worklng nt the barrel factory, l;i addltlon to the former forco. The McDougill famlly have returned home, nfter spendlng the summur at Laurel Beach. There Is no "grouch" nmong our people, Judgltig from the wny they rallled to the llro in Wilmington last Sunday morn lng. Mlss Elln Blanchard of Sprlngfleld, Mass , spent a part of her vacatlon nmong the srenes of her childhood, retunilng Tuesday. Mrs. Lucy I. Putnam, Mrs. Jennle M. Stetson, Mlss Martha French and M. U. Blanchard have returned from a vlslt at Inke Plcasant. The Methodlst ladles wlll have n tcn- cent dlnner at the church Aug. 31, and put down the new carpet whlcn tliey have bought, nnd tle n qullt. Dr. Charles Canedy of Greenfield nnd hls slster, Mlss Ruth, who recently spent some tlme In Eurojie, vlslted thelr cousln, Mrs. ciara L,. Colemnn, the flrst of tho week. There was a receptlon nnd dance at Odd Fellows' hall last Frlday evenlng un- ler the ausplces of Twillght lodse, Daugh- crs of Rebekah. Itefreshments were served. Mr. nnd Mrs. George P. Worden of West Halifax. Mnrtln Learnard of 1111 nols and Mr. nnd Mrs. Horace Worden of Indiana vlslted at R. Q. Wllcox's Wed nesday. Edwln Allard's gun was not properly closed when he trled to shoot a squln;l Tuesday, and the cnrtrldge exploded ln hls fnce. Dr. A. W. Thomas took tho powder from hls face an eye, and he ex pects to come out all rlght. The caucuses were held ln thls vlllnge Monday evenlng. The Republlcan nomi nee for town representatlve ls Schuyler Murdock, the Democratlc Herbert G. Por- ter. A Justlce tlcket was ngreed uion as follows: A. A. Butterfleld, C. S. CIkim;, S. Murdock. C. B. Morse, Geo. R. Faulk- ner, II. G. Porter, S. R. Carpenter. WHITINGHAM. Fred Morse went Saturday to Boston. Arthur Carpenter was ln town Satur day. Chrlstlne Murdock spent Monday In North Adams. G. W. Kentfleld was away last week on a buslness trlp. Mrs. C. S. Chase and son, Hnrrle. were In North Adams Monday. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. ChsrT.0 spent Tues day and Wednesday In West Dover. Mnudo Wheeler of Northampton ar rlved Monday nlght nt G. N. L'pton'a. Mlss Anna Koonz nnd slster of Shel burne Falls came to L. H. Sawyer's Mon- uay. Mrs. Bradford t'pton and baby and a menu irom t itcnourg are at G. N. Up ton's. The young men who have been occunv- Ing one of the Putnam cottages returned to thelr homes Monday. Frank Goodnow of Bellows Falls Is vls ltlng hls father, C S. Goodnow. He went wlth him Monday to North Adams. The body of Mrs. May Howard Buffum was brought to Whitingham Frldav and placed beslde her father's grave in the famlly lot. She leaves a husband nnd four young chlldren. The Baptlst Sunday school and frlends held an enjoyable picnlc on the grounds of Merton Wheeler last Thursday. Cro- quet and a ball gamo occupled a large snare or tne arternoon. MARLBORO. rs '!,vlsltlne hcr BrancJ- ll"n ' ' u foresl snow wero i4 vii vtiimviu wti auiiuaji Mlss Prouty of Brookline is wlth her aunt. Mrs. George Mather. A company of younc neoDle went to HaystacK ror a picnlc Tucsday Mrs. Henrr Bellows nnd her grand- son, itoiana, went to Athens Tuesday. Irs. Wllllams and daughter, Mlss Par- sons, were at Henrj' Adams's Wednes- uay, Jessle Ransom and Florence DalrymDle of Brattleboro are vlsltlng at E. P. Ad- E P. Adams is In North Adams thls w-eek. He will vislt in New York before he returns. Mrs. Sarah Cone nnd chlld of Boston nre vlsltlng Mrs. Cone's slster. Mrs. II. r . wnitney. Mr. and Mrs. Goodyear. who were nt Tne ropiars some tlme, returned to Hol yoke Thursday, Dr. Walcott of Hanover. Pa.. Mlss Ber- tha Wnlcott nnd Theodore Walcott of Greentleld are spendlng a few days nt ,. v. -rouiy s. An excursion traln on the Delawaro & TTiiflcnn rnllrnnrl Gtrnlr nnrl lflla.l an cows nnd a dog, owned by Darwln Smlth, ln Castleton on Frlday. 1 he boy who was drlving the cows escaped by Jumping over a stcep cmbankment. Alonzo Newton 83. who leaves an In valld wlfe, was fatally Injured nt a cross- Ing on the St. Johnsbury & Lake Cham plain railroad at St. Johnsbury Thurs day, Hls horse became unmanngenble and ran ngalnst the traln. Newton llved about threo hours. For Over 60 Years, Mrs. Wlnslow'sSoothlngSyrup basbocuused for over tiO years by mflllons of mnthers fnr IHUK thelrchlldrenwhlletccthlng, wlthiierfect buc cess. it sooines niu cniiu, souens tne gums, auays nu puin; rurcs wina cone, and is uie best rcinedy for dlarrhcea. It will rullere tho Soor little eutlercr Immediatcly. Sold by rugglsts In every part of the world. 2.o a bottle. Bosuronnd ask for "Mrs. Wlnslow's sootmng syrup," anu taKo no othcr klnd. A man's wlfe should always be the same. esDeclal ly to her husband. but lf she ls weak and nervous, and uses Car te r's lron Pllls , she cannot be, for they tnnkri bpr "ffiel llkft n (tlffprpnt riArann at least so they all Bav. and thelr hus. bands say bo too, Carter's lron Pllls equallze the clrculatlon, re move nervous nes s and give stren gth and reat. Try HINSDALE, N. H. Death of Deacon Nelson Estey. Dencon Nelson Estey dled nt hls home Thursday. August 18, after an lllness of two weeks wlth n henrt trouble whlch wns ngirravnted by thc weakness of old ago. He was 83 ycnrs old, but up to the tlme of hls last lllness was actlve nnd a fnmlll.ir flgurc on our streots. Mr. Estoy was born on the Newton placo on the Chestrfleld road nnd wlth the exccptlon of n tlme spent ln Worcester spent hls llfe ln Hlnsdnle. Mr. Estey was a Baptlst In rellglous be- llef nnd hnd been n membcr of that church for 60 yonru ond a deacon for thc past 2o years, nnd wns a constnnt nttrnd- nnt as lotig as servlces were held In thnt church. Slnco tho Baptlst church wns closcd ho has regularly attended the Con gregntlonal church He wns nlso con nerted wlth the locnl Orange Hls choen occupatlon wns that of farmlng nnd for n good many yrnrs he hnd can led on a mer- kot gnrden nt hls pltice ncar the vlllncp. He was the youngest nnd last survlvlng mmber of famlly or clBht chlldren. Deacon Estey Is survlved liy n wlfe nnd one daughter, Mrs. J. G. Rlce of Tex- os, who wns wlth her father for many months beforo hls death. Tho funernl took plaeo nt the Baptlst cinirch sunday nfternoon. Rev. Dr. Al bert G. ljiwsnn of Newark, N. J., ofllcl nted. Tho hurlal wns In Plne Grovo cem ctcrj'. Mlss Lenn Llsepm Is vlsltlng relntlves ln town. Mrs. Hoyt of Montaguo, Mass., ls nt Georso P- Slates. Georgo N. Smlth Is tnklng nn outlng nt Apponnug, R. 1. Mlss Nonlo Purcell Is the guost of her slster ln Mlllors Falls. Mlss Sarnh Balley Is maklng a two weeks' vlslt ln Montreal. Mrs. Ashcraft of Orfenflcld has been the guest of Mis. G. S. Smlth. Mlss Elmlra Gustlne of Wlnchestor vls lted Mrs. II. W. Taylor last week. 1'rnnk Kellnm of Boston vlslted Prof. D. I.. Flher n few days last week. Mrs. Walter Holton of Fltchburg ls vlsltlng her nlece, Mrs. C. E. Savnge. Mr. nnd Mrs. Cabot Hubbard have been In Ohleoiee, M&ss., vlsltlng rclatlves. Mrs. N. C. Marsh and B. I. Farr of Rut land, Vt., nre at Itufus Langworthy'H. Mlss Hanlin of Waterbury, Conn., ls vlsltlng Dr. nnd Mrs. Albra Whltmore. James Hartnett of Grecnfleld Is vlsltlng hls grandn.other, Mrs. Wlnlfrcd Welch. John Ciirran of Ix?wlston, Me., was tho guost of hls mother, Mrs. Charles Ellls, recently. Mrs. Murphy nnd daushter, Mlss Mur- phv, went Wednesday to vislt relatlves ln ermont. Mrs. Frances Hardy of Harrlsvllle Is sponding the week wlth her slster, Mrs. D. A. Nims. Mlsses Susle nnd Margarctte Hanrahan of West Swanzey have been the guests of Mlchnel Hanrahan. Mr. and Mrs. Edwnrd Hnnnon of Man chi-ster were guests last week of hls sls ter, Mrs. J. E. Mann. Mlss Jennle Duggan went Thursday to Iawrence, Mas.. where she wlll at- tend a buslnes college. Ralph Metcalf ls spendlng the lntter part of hls vacatlon wlth hls grandpa- rents ln estmlnster. Vt . Paul and Kcnneth Mossman of Wor cester have been guests of thelr cousln. Mrs. F. H. Fuller, a few days. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. P. Stewart nnd two youngtr chl'dren are spendlng the week wlth relatlves In Northampton. Person & Davls of Brattleboro have bought the Fuller & Co. meat market. They wlll take possesslon Sept. 1. Mrs. C. A. Gray entertalnwl the Knlt- tlng club nt her Brattleboro street home Thursday. Dr. C. A. Gray hns recently had a tel ephone lnstalled nt hls resldence on Brat tleboro street. Mrs. Will Booth of Gilbertsvllle, Mass., was ln town Frlday and Saturday calllng on old ncquamtances. George- E. Robertson nnd Willlam Tay- lor left for St. Louls and the World's Fair Monday mornlng. A good number of HJnsdalettes at tended the Old Home day celebratlon at inchester eonesday. Mlss Mlnerva E. Burroughs returned Saturday from a four weeks' stay wlth irienus m coscob, N. v Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Fislier nnd son, Earle. started Tuesday on a somewhat extended cnrriage drlve. Mr. Knapp of South Newfane, Vt., was I In town Monday In the lnterest of the es- tate of tho late J. F. Cutler, Deacon and Mrs. Lorenzo Stebblns re turned last week from Lake Sunnpee, wnere tliey enjoyed an outlng. Itnlph Freeman hna closed hls house on Bear hill and taken a Job of tenmlng in- New Salem, Mass., for a few months. Dr. Knrl T. Richards of Maynard. .Mass.. vlslted hls father. E. J. Richards. Tuesday leavlng here Wednesday morn lng. S. K. Hildreth Is maklng a few days" vislt wlth relatlves near Boston, before golng to Brattleboro to remaln pcrma- nentiy. Mlss Anna Waterman, who. has kept house for S. K. Hildreth slnce tho death of ''ls wlfe.' has returned to her home in Mvron Dlckerman has leen wlth hls famlly at thelr cottage on the Methodlst camp-meetlng grounds at Claremont a few days. Mlsses Carrle Adams and Charlotte S. Slate returned Monday from a few days' vislt wltn Mrs. ueorge T. Greenwood In Htchburg. good-slzed delegatlon from here at tended the dlnner of the Chesterfield Fish and Gnme league nt Spofford lake last week Frlday. Lester Booth will go today to Phelps, N. 1., where he will Joln the Rogers company to play ln the orchestra brass band. Charles Davls and C. E. Savage went Thursday for a week's vacatlon ivhlcli they will spend in Enfleld, N. II., and fimnra. fna Robert Field of Sprlngfleld, Mass., after a few days' slght seelng in Boston. is spendlng the remainder of hls vacatlon at hls home here. Mrs. Benson is at home again nfter a wnere her husband Is employed. Her sls ter accompanled her home. Mlss Anna Murphy has closed her en gagement at the American house at Brat- I tlnl,r.-n n.v,aM Dh. hna Kann nn.nl..A through tho summer, and ls at her home nere. Harry White Is havlng a shorf vaca tlon from hls dutles as driver of the de- pot coach nnd American express team. YUU Mead takes hls place durlng hls ab sence. Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Howe left Thursday ror a vlslt to the Loulslana purchaso ex- positlon, golng by way of Chlcago, whero they will vlslt thelr son, Willlam Howe. and famlly. W. G. Booth and sons, Lester nnd Clar ence, nnd daughter, Mlss Modena, went to Mnrlow Thursday to give a concert in - connectlon with the Old Home week cel ebratlon. Mrs. W. S. Barrows went to Brattle boro Thursday, where her slster. Mrs. Holton of Concord, jolned her for a ro ur.lon wlth another slster, Mrs. Slmonds of Brattleboro. Cliarles Sargent of Brooklyn. Wls.. who has been the guest of hls couslns ln town, left last week to vlslt relatlves ln Keene, but he wlll return before golng to nis western home. ' Nat" Butler won tho 25-mlle raco at the Revere cycle track Monday even lng in a hard fought contest with Mc- Lean, Stlnson and Caldwell. At the close A BIG HANDY chunk of re&I soa,p is the LAUNDRY" shevpe of Sunlight. Positively unequeled fof laundry and all household uses. Converv ient, ecoromical and handy. Give it a trial next wash day. At grocers. Butler was three-quarters of a lap ahead, wlth Mcl.ean second. Mrs. B. A. Oppenhelmer and four sons of Springfleld, Mass., nro wlth her pa rents, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Brldge, for thelr summer's outlng. Mr. Oppenhelmer came up to spend Sunday wlth them. Mlsses Carrle Nlms of New York clty nnd Edythe Nlms of Boston are spendlng a two weeks vacatlon at thelr home here. Mlss Mcnza of Boston ls expected to be here wlth them over Sunday. ,V party composed of Mrs. W. H. Ly- man, Mlss Lyman, Mrs. Georgo Balley, Mlss Knto Balley, Mrs. Park and Mrs. J. H. Wethcrbee and son vlewed the sur- roundlng country from the summlt of Mount Tom one day last week. Frnnk L. Strecter of North Hlnsdnle and D. E. Glll of Albany, N. Y., formerly of Hlnsdale, have lensed the Rlchardson foundry on Wllllams street. Brattleboro, and wlll be rendy for buslness as soon ns necessary addltlons to the apparatus are lnstalled. Tobacco crowers report the product to be the best slnce 1S92, the tobacco belng not only of unusually largo growth, but of a flne quallty. Some of the early ftelds were hanested last week, and the far- mers ure busy securlng that not already cut nnd housed. M. II. Bardwell, has been entertnlnlng a brother from Scotland, South Dakota, whom he met for the flrst tlme In 23 years, white at the Grand Army encamp ment in Boston last week. The two brothers suffered the horrors of prlson llfe together U months, durlng the clvll war. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Keyou and Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Taylor expect to leave for a month s stay at St. Ixmls and the orld s Fair, Monday nfternoon. Mlss Kate Ball ey wlll asslst her slster, Mlss Mcta Balley, ln the Keyou store durlng thelr absence and Mrs. II. N. Wilder will keep house for Mrs. Taylor. Clarenco Booth, who has been playlng ln the orchestra at Plne Grove Sprlngs throuBh the summer, ls nt hls home here. He ls engageu to play wlth the Bennett- Moulton reiertolre company's orchestra the comlng season and wlll joln them at Laconla SepL 2. .Vmldon's Blueblrds went to Marlboro to play Tuesday and defeated the team there 11 to 3. Clancy and Hlrst were bat- tery. Thelr good luck dld not desert them. but went wlth them to Wlnchester Wednesday where they played two garaes wlth the Wlnchester team winnlng both, that of the mornlng by a score of 2 to 1. Donovan nnd Hlrst were battery. The af- ternoon game was won by a score of 6 to 1. C. A. McIUe's new men s clothing and furnlshlngs store, at the old Boynton stand, Maln street, Brattleboro, will be opened Sept. 10. G. E. Bates, a wealthy hotel man of Mt. Vernon, N. II., was arrested ln Bur lington, charged wlth havlng caused an acoident to Robert Blltzer nnd A. R. Iillly near Mlddleburj", by runnlng hls au tomoblle at hlgh speed. Hls automobile was neiu unwi nis uiiurne juc-eipieu iui lt, nnd he arranged to appcar at a hearlng In Mlddleburj" Sept. 6. The sult is for $200 damage. ONE WEEKS TREATMENT FREE! '"'VlMPLY CUT OUT THIS C0Up6'n.''"'I And mail to The Cal-cora Campasy, Eennedy Row, Itondout, N. Y. : : " ...!.rVeProviden!.'wlS Dtar Siri : I thlnk I am nlfcring from week s tresimtni wua ual-cusa ooi.vtsi, FIIEE OF ALL COST. Name : Address ' Any sufferer from Kidney trouble, LiTer stinntlnn. nr Rlnod imnnritv who reallr desires to find a Fermanent Oure, may i,ti TJiirrj tt F i TVtFVT' trltVi nnhrurn. Sokent Dr David Kennedy's new medi- cin" Simply cut out tbe cotipon above, f' .T5 l?Jl n?, Trr,' T' 'V , TTv f " nedy Row, Rondout, h.Y. Cal-cura Solvcnt is nneqtialea by any preparation, anu is m. u.enneuy s Brearesi medlcine. ll acts on an enuroiy new prmciple. Mr. William H. Miller. of Matteawan, N, Y says: "I waa Beriously tronbled with my kidneys and bladder for over threo years. Many doctors nnd various kidney V - Ti..l T A 11- remeuies, gavo me no reuei. xiul x uuuuj lvnnMit n hnttla of Oalrfnra Solrent of mv I Miwb6"llwvMM "vv A CHANCE FOR BOYS To Make a Dollar. We want all the bones we can oet. Can use heads, hoofs, horns anythlng In the llne of bones lf only dry. We wlll pay 60c per hundred pounds for thorough ly dry bones we can pay even more lf ttrlctly clean, hard, fresh, dry, bolled butchers' bones and pay frelghts from your statlon lf shlpped In lots of 200 pounds or more.. May be shlpped ln bar- rels or cneap sacKs. C. S. PAGE Hyde Park, Vt. iRR Rupl8e supposltorg D. Mttt. Tbompion, SapU I OrU4 ScbooU, SutciTlllt, X. C, wrltea I caa aar I ibcj do &U too cUla for them." Dr. S. U, pvon, lurea utii n . wriua "TBe; glvt untrcrial tua . ruUou." Pr, U. I. McGlll, CUrkibirc, Ten., wrimi I " la prtetlc r 3S jttt, I ttvt toutiit do rtmod; to I oq&ol yoori." faici, M Cun. Eouplco rrto. So!4 1 k;DrullU. utRTIN RUOY, LANCASTCR, PA, Sold In Brattleboro br Qo. EL Greene in imuowi traus Djr u. a. Darla. for free aample. Caii For tvll tollot uses. thero's tho old rellabls twln.b&.r Sunlight. Crocers aoll botK shapes gctjaX Jtoticcs. STATE OF VERMONT, Marlboro SS. Ily tbe l'robate Court forSald Dlstrlct. To ull jicrsons lutcrcstcil In tho estutc of WII.DEIl IIAUItlS. lato of Ilrattleboro. in cald ilistrict, Greetlng: You aro hereby notlflcd that thls Court will declde upon the allowancc of the account of C. A.Harrls. ndmlnlstrator unou the estutc of Wilder llarris. late of Brattleboro, in snld dls trlct. on the 27th day of August, A. D. 1MU. when and whero you may be heard ln the prennses, you sec K?aue. 535 A. F. BCHWENK. Itcglster. JJJTATE OF VERMONT. Marllioro, 6S. O Hy tho l'robato Court for said Dlstrlct. To all persons lnterested In tbe cstate of WESLEY TAYLOH, late of Newfane. In sald dlstrlct, Greetlng: l ou are hereby notlflcd that thls Court will TeCwiU,Km ,h. al';'''lncc of the account of I). W. eaw, adniinlstratnr upon the cstate of Wesley Taylor. lato of Newfane, in said dl- irici, ueceapcu. udu uecreeuisiriuuxion mereoi to thc lwrsons entltled thercto, at the scssion thereoi to be held at the l'robate Ofllce ln ... ..-..... ... ilrattleboro, ln sald dlstrlct. on thoi7th dayof Auxust. A. I). 1W, wlien and where you raay uo neui-u in ine prcmises, u you see cause. A. F.SCIIWE.NK, Kegistcr. STATE OF VEUMONT. Marlboro, SS. ily the l'robato Court for Said Dlstrlct. To all persons lnterested in tho estate of Musra Dt.iu, late or urattleboro, ln said dlstrlct. Grectlnir: You are hereby notlHed that thls Court wlll dccideupon the allotvnnce of the nccount of H. E. Gordon. admlnlstrator upon the estate of jioses uevo. laie or iirairicooro. in snm dls trlct. deceosed, and decreedlstributlon thcreof to tbo iicrsons entltled thercto, at the rcssion thcreof to bo held at the l'robate Offlce ln Ilruttleboro, in said dlstrlct, on tlieL.th day of AiiKUSt, A. I. l'.KU, when and where you may ue ueuru in mu preuiiM.'s. n you see cause SIi A. F. SCIIWEXK, ltegister. CTATE OF VERMONT. Marlboro. SS. YJ II Ily thc l'robate Court for Said Dlstrlct. To all nersons inlcrested ln the cstate of EUGENE IIAUItlS. late of Dover, in said aisinvi. urceting: You aro hereby notlfled that thls Court wlll declde uon tho allowancc of tbe account of F. E. lt)ther. udinlnlstrutor upon the estate of Eugene llarris, late of Dover, ln sald dlstrlct. deceased, and decree dlstribution thcreof to tbe iicrsons entltled thercto, at the scsslon thcreof to be held at tbo l'robate Offlce ln sald district. on the 27th day of Auirust. A.D. 1S04. when nnd where you may be Iieanl ln the prcmises, n you seccause. A. F. SCinYENK, ltegister. STATE OF VEHMO.NT. Marlboro. SS. Ilv the l'robate Court for Sald District. To all persons lnterested In the cstate of IJAVID UUUTII. late or Brattleboro, In sald dlstrlct, Greetlng: You are herebr notlfled that thls Court wlll dccideupon the allowancc of the account of Ilcnry lt. Ilrown. admlnlstrator upon the cs- mie or iiaviu nooin, raio or iiratiicooro, m SAld district. deceased. and decrec dlstribution thcreof to the persons entltled theroto. at the scsslon thereof to be hcld at tho l'robate Ofllce In Brattleboro, in said district. on the -7th day of August. A. D. 1901. when and whero you may 110 nearu in me prennses, 11 you see cause. TATE OF VEit.MO.NT. Marlboro. SS. Ilv the l'robate Court for Sald District. To allpereor.s lnterested ln tho estate of GEOltGE F. MOSELEY, lato of Vernon, in sald district, Greetlng: You are hcrebv notlfled that this Court wlll declde upon the allowance of the account of George C. Averill, admlnlstrator upon the es tate of George F. Moseley, late of Vernon, in sald dlstrlct. deceased, and decree dlstribution thereof to the persons entltled thercto. at the scsslon thcreof to bo held at tho l'robate Ottiee in Ilrattleboro. ln sald district. on thc 27th dav of August, A. D. 1801. when and where you;may ue nearu in ine premises, 11 you see cause. 33-35 A. F. SCHWENK. Kegistcr. STATE OF VERMONT, Marllioro. SS. Ilv the Probate Court for sald District. To all iwrsons lnterested ln the estate of JOSEI'II M. HOUGI1TON", lato of Ilrattleboro in said District. Greetlng. You are her by notlfled that thls Court will declde upon the allowancoof the account of George E. Iloughton admlnlstrator upon the Estateof Josenh .V HouKhton late of Ilnittle- Imro ln sald District. deceased, and decree dls tribution thereof to the persons entltled thero to. at the scsslon thereof to bo held nt the l'ro bate oiticc ln Ilrattleboro. in said District. on tbo 27th day of Auirust. A. D. 1D04. when and whero you may bo beard in the premises, lf you &VK A. F. SCHWENK, ltegister. OTATE OF VERMONT. Marlboro. SS. k5 Tho l'robate Court for Sald District. To all nersons lnterested ln the estato nf 1IKNUV u. wellman, lato of Newfane, in said dlstrlct, decu..scd, Greetlng: wncreas. Aiice . i-ierce. aaministratrix unon the estate of Henry II. Wellman. lato of SSTfinn ln th fffim tU 'h, h, .hA petition in thls Court. settliig forth tbat tho Newfane, In sald district, deceased, has flled her petmon in tnis uourt, eetting fortn tnat the salo of tbe wholo of the real estate of said de ceased will bo bencficial to tbe belrs and all ncr sons lnterested tbercln, and praylng for licenso roseii mo same. anu at iae same iimc meuin thls Court what purportsto bethe consent in writlng of all the heirs residing In this state to 6uch sale. Whtreupon it is ordered that tbe same bo beard at the session of said Court, to .t73".e.'u.aJ",e DT?L.'n'n',r?."S.?Pron be held at tbe probate otlico In Ilrattleboro, on "7iVil. i." J' .r'Kr"i .' 'r".' 11 u 11 vj iil-iu j uu uiuj umu 111 iiiv piviuirvo. u you see cause. .s.i-.v) a. r . oi;u &A iv, uegisier. STATE OF VEUMONT. Marlboro SS. Tho Probato Court for Sald Dlstric. To all iicrsons lnterested in tho estato of IIAltltlET C. TAFT. late of Ilrattleboro. ln sald dlstrlct, deceased, Greetlng: Whereas. II. G. Iiarlicr. admlnlstrator unon the estateof Harriet C. Taft, lato of Ilrattle boro, ln said district. deceased, has flled hls pe tition in thls Court. sctting.forth that the salo ot tho wholo of tho real estato of said de ceased wlll be bencficial to the hcirs and all iicrsons lnterested thereln. and praylng for lcenso to sell tho same. and at the same timu flled ln thls Court what purports to bo tho consent ln writlmr of all tne helrs residinsr in this stato to such sale. Whcrcupon, it ls or- ucrcii inai ine same oe nearu at ine session oi sald Court, to bo held at tho l'robato Ofllce in Brattleboro, on tbo last Saturday of August, A, D. 1001, when and whero you may bo heard iu inu premises, u you seo cause. 335 A.F. SCHWENK, ltegister. OTATE OF VERMONT. Marllioro. SS. O Tho l'robato Court for Sald District. To all persons lnterested in tho cstate ot HENHYV. I1HAGG. lato of Dummerston, in said district, deceased, G reeting: Whereas, Adln F. Miller, admlnlstrator upon tbo estato of Henry V. Ilmirir. lato of Dum merston, ln said district, deceased, has flled hls potition ln thls Court.setting forth that tho sale of tho wholo of tho real estato ot sald do ccased wlll bo benetlcial to tho hclrs and all persons lnterested thereln. and nraylnir for li censo to sell tho same, and at the same tlme II led ln thls Court what purports to bo tbo con sent In wrltlng of all tho helrs reslding ln this state to such salo. Whercupon lt Is ordered that the same be beard at the scsslon of sald Court, to bo held at tbo l'robato Otlico In Ilrat tleboro, on tho last Saturday of August, A. D, 1U01, wheu and whero you may bo heard ln tbo iircuiiees, u you see cause. .i.wv A. F. SCHWENK, Reglster. guslncss (CaXs. DR. L. S. EDWARDS, Denllst. Hooker Block, Mnln St. Telephone, GEORGE X. ROBERTS. M. D.. eerv and dlseasea of women m. m- clalty. Offlce, Crosby Block. Talephonn, C. R. ALDRICH, M. D,. Unlon Block, Brattleboro. Offlce hours untll 9 a. m.. 1 to t D. m.. and 7 to 9 p. m. F. H. O'CONNOR, M. D., Phyilclan and Surgeon, Bank Block. OfTico hours 1 to 3 and 7 to 8 p. m. Real dence 3 Bullock SL Telephone 43-E. DR. QEO. R. ANDERSON, PHYSICIAN AND SURQEON. Offlce and resldence. 88 Maln SL wr- gery ln all Its branches a speclalty. Of flce hours: untll 10 a. m., 1 to 2.30 p. m.. evenlngs, C.30 to 8. Telephone, Brookn House. A. I. MILLER, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Hooker block: 8 tlll 9 n m.. 1 to 1. 1.16 to 8 p. m. Dr. J. W. QREGQ. Offlce over Thomas s drue store. noui 9 to 12 a. m., 2 to 6, 7 to 8 p. m. Tl- pnone io-ji. DR. H. L. WATERMAN, flce hours, 12.30 to 2.30; evenlng, ( to t. G. WHEELER, D. O.. OSTEOPATH1C PHYSICIAN. Imv u . k ii i'iuiii .j l. , in u.iiu iaiiu. uuin hours 9 to 12 and 1.10 to 4, Wednelay and Saturdaya excepted. GEO. H. GORHAM. M. D.. Whltnev Block. Maln SL. Hmttlbra. Practlce' llmlted to dlseases of Eye, Bar, Nose and Throat. Houra, 9.10 a. m. to 12 m.. 2 to 4 D. m.. Tueadavs and FrtAar- only. At Bellows Falla the reat of tM weeK. P. P. WHITE, M. D., Phvslclan and Kurtrenn. WHIlamarllla. Vt. Ofllce houra: 11 a. m. to 1 p. m.. and 6 to 7 p. m. Telephone. FREMONT HAMILTON, M. D., Offlce and resldence No. 1 T,lnrtH street. Houra untll 8 o. m.. 1 to t.lt an early evenlng to 7.30. Sundays, 1 ti I p. m. DR. C. S. CLARK, DENTIST. Whltney Block, Brattleboro. Telephone. DR. ALVIN KNAPP, DENTIST. Hooker Block. Brattleboro. HASKINS . SCHWENK. ATTORNEYS AND COUNSEt.IX)R. And Solldtors of Patenta. Brattleboro G. BARBER, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Crosby Block. Brattleboro. FRANK H. LAUGHTON, Attorney and Counselor at Law. S3 Maln SL, Thompson block, Brattleboro. crrAll a n ri rr t- r i r 1 tttnn Works, 8 Flat SL E. H. THOMAS, Prop. ' G. F. BARBER, DENTIST. Unlon Block. JOHN E. GALE, ATTOHNET AT LAW. Guilford. VL SDeclal attentlon to aJ mattera connected wlth the probate conrt. C. B. CROWELL, SURVEYOR, Brattleboro. Vt. W. D. SMITH, EXPERT ACCOUNTANT. Trial balances and statements rendered. Latest approved methods lntroduced lf deslred. Waterman & Martln'a offlce. L. W. ADAMS. FREIGHTING AND JORRTVO. Telephone 143-13. Ofllce 10 Maln 8L JAMES F. HOOKER, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Hooker Bullding, Brattleboro. GEO. P. MILLER, Auctloneer, Guilford, VL gejjat gtoticcs. STATE OF VERMONT. Marlboro SS, By the Probate Court for Sald District. ro all persons lnterested ln tbo estate of ELLEN MAXNING. lato of nrattlehnm. ln said district. Greeting: You are hereby notlfled that this Court will decide upon the allowance of the account of Mary Manning, administratrix upon the estato of Ellen Manning. late of Brattleboro, in sald district, deceased. and decree dlstribution thereof to tht! oersons entltled thercto. at thn scsslon thereof to bo held at the Probate Offlce ln urattleboro, ln sald district, on the tb day of August, A. D. lttH, when and whero you may be heard in the premises. lf you see cause. 4wi a. t . sun A EK, ltegister. STATE OF VEUMONT. Marlboro SS. By the Probate Court for Said DistricL To all persons lnterested in the estate of MELVINA E. DUitNIIAM, late of Brattle boro, deceased, Greetlng: Whereas, F. D. E. Stowe has presented to thls Court an instrument purporting to be tho last will of sald deceased, for probate: You are hereby notlfled that this Court wlll declde upon the probate of said instrument at tbo scsslon thereof to be held at the l'robate Ofllce in Ilrattleboro, ln said district, on the 27th day of August, A. D. 1S0L wnen and whero you may appcar and contcst the same. lf you eco causc. 33-33 A. F. SCHWENK, ltegister. STATE OF VERMONT. Marlboro, SS. Tho l'robate Court for said District. to all wnom lt may concern, ureetlng. H 1. .- ,., . T . 1 - I 1 Xfnwn 1 ... t .. I .. , . r 1 1 l , 1 1 1 (i. jiuki: 1 ' . luiav. auiuiiiiBtiaiui 111 the Estateof l'OLLY C. HOUGIITON.late of Newfane In sald District, deceased, has rep- resenieo inat : Tbe amount of debts due from sald deceased is about SSjO.OO The cbarges of admlnistration. cstlmatcd o.uu JS75.0O f000.00 Tbe value of the personal cstate is Balance of debts chargeable on tne rcai cstate ot saia aeceasea, S7S.uu Praylng for license to sell so much of tho real estato of sald deceased as is necessary for tbe paymcnts of said debts and cbarges of ad mlnistration. Whereunon lt is ordered that tbe same bo beard at tbe session of said Court. to be held at tbe Probate Ollice ln Brattleboro, on the last Saturday ot August, A. D. 1904, when and wnere you may do nearu in ine premises u you see causc. 33& A. F. SCHWENK, Hcgi8ter. STATE OF VERMONT, Marlboro. SS. Tbo Probate Court for said District. to au wnom it raay concern, urceting. Whereas lt. E. Gordon. admlnlstrator of tho Estato of E. S. MOKSE, late of Ilrattleboro ln sad dlstrlct. deceased. has reDrescnted that: Tho amount ot aeots due irom said deceased is SXXN.00 The charges ot admlnistration. cstlmated, au.uu $2050.00 The value of t ho personal estato ls $ xai.uu Of which has been or may bo asslgned the wldow 200.00 $ 120.00 Balance of debts chargeable on tbe real cstate ot said ue ceased, $1930.00 Pravlmr for licenso to sell so much of tho real estato of said deceased, os is necessary for tbe payment of sald debts and charges of ad mlnistration. Whercupon It ls ordered tbat the same bo board at the scsslon of sald Court, to bo hcld at the l'robato OfUco ln Ilrattleboro. on tho Jast Saturday of August. A. D.10O1, when and whero you may bo heard ln the premises lf you seo cause. A. F. SCHWENK. ltegister. Goods for the Season I have a large stock of New Goods in Overcoatings Suitings and Trouserings for Spring & Summer w'ear. Call In ond look them over, WALTER H. HAIGH. Custom Tallor - Elllot St.