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THE VERMONT PHGENIX, BRATTLEBORO, ER1DAY, OOTOBER 21, 1904.
THE PUTNEY COLUMN A Blll for Equltable Proeess. Reprcsentntlve A. M. Corser on Tues Ony Introduccd n blll ln the leglslnture, whlch Is cntltlcd, "An nct provldlng for nn cqultnblo procoss nfter Judgment ln ccrtnln cnses." It provldcs thnt the clerk of nny county or munlclpnl court or nny Justleo of tho pcnce before whom n Judg mcnt Is rendered shnll upon nppllcntlon of Judgment crcdltor, nccompnnloil by nflldnvlt thnt Judgment Is founded upon clnlms for nccessnrles of llfe, lssue notlce to Judgment dobtor to nppenr before sald court nnd show calise why examlnntlon Into hls clrcumstnnces nnd nblllty to dls clmi'Ko tho Judgment should not be mndo; court shnllfirst dctermlne whcthcr Judg mcnt wns for nctunl nccessnrles of llfe; If It so llnds, It slmll proceed to lnqulre into the nblllty of the dobtor to meet the Judgment ln full or by pnrtlnl pnyments; lf it flnd hlm nble, It shnll order pnyment to the owncr thercof; lf tho debtor fnlls to obey thls order nnd unless he cnn show ndequnte cntise therefor, the court mny declnre thnt unless he complles wlthln n spccllle tlmo he shnll bo held ln contempt: lf he stlll fnlls he mny nccordlngly be held ln contempt nnd' Imprlsoned for not moro thnn 14 dnys; llbernl dlscretlon Is nl lowed the court to mltlgnte the full pen nlty lf clrcumstnnces nrlse thnt mnko lt secm ndvlsnblo; Judgment debtors mny themselves npply for the beneflt of thls nct: proceedlngs under thls nct shnll su persede nll other proceedlngs for the col lectlon of dcbts; provlslon ls mnde for dlvlslon by court order of pnyments mndo under thcse proceedlngs nmong dlfferent judgment credltors. The blll wns re fcrred to the Judlclnry commlttee. Plerce-Wllcox Weddlng ln Bennington. Dr. Eugeno Bennett Derce nnd Mlss Julla Flsk Wllcox were marrlcd nt the liomo of the brlde's pnrents, Dr. nnd Mrs. S. n. Wilcox, ln Bennington nt S oclock Wednesdny cvcnlng. The weddlng wns n very slmple, qulct, but pretty scene. Only nfewguestsworc present, they belng nenr relatlves, nnd the brldnl couple were un- nttendcd. The rooms were decornted prettlly wlth nutumn lenves nnd potted plants nnd ferns. The ceremony wns performed by Rev, F. It. Morrls, pnstor of tlie Flrst Baptlst church of Benning ton. Tho brlde wore a gown of white Swlss nnd cnrrled n bouquet of cnr- nntlons. A slster, Mlss Cnrollne Wllcox. plnyed tho weddlng mnrch, nnd nlso play ed wlillo the guests were extendlng con gratulatlons. After the ceremony re- freshments were served ln the dlnlng room, tho weddlng cake belng cut by the brlde. Then, nmld n shower of rlce nnd confettl, Mr. nnd Mrs. Plerce went to thelr new liomo on Mnln street, where they were met by a few frlends, who were relnforced n little latcr by the rel- ntlvcs from Dr. Wlleox's house nnd the lnst trnco of formnllty dlsnppeared. Af ter refreshments the frlends left for thelr homes. Dr. Plerce Is the youngcr son of Mr. nnd Mrs. F. L. Plerce of thls vll lnge. Ho Is n grndunte of Vermont ncndemy, ns ls nlso hls brlde, nnd of the medlcnl depnrtment of the Unlversity of Mlchignn, nt Ann Arbor. He locnted ln Bennington for the practlce of medlclne durlng tho present year, nfter a year's experlence ln the hospltnl nt Jnckson, Mich. The Generous Medlclne Man. It takes a pretty good man to fool tho nvernge Putney cltlzon, but the Indinn medlclne man in tho town hnll Snturdny nlght found lt a comparntlvely ensy task to collect from hls nudlence n hntful o one nnd two dollar bllls. The medlclne man nnd two speclnlty nrtlsts cnme to town Wednesdny nnd gnve nn exhlbition ln the town hall. Tho nudlence the flrst nlght was small. The medlclne man sold somo kind of n remedy for 23 conts a box nnd nfterwards gnve back the money to tho purchnsers of the remedy together wlth nn equal amounf from hls own pocket. Ho was equally generous tho next nlght nnd by Saturday nlght hls reputntlon for generoslty was wlde sprend, nnd he had n lnrge nudlence, nll cxpecting to get somethlng for nothlng. Thls ttme he hnd n dollar remedy for sale nnd promlsed to glve each purehaser n present out of the hat as he had dono before. Peoplo foll ovcr themselves al mnst ln thelr eagerness to lnvest thelr dollars, expectlng to get thelr money back with a llke nmnunt in nddltlon. After everybody hnd invested the medlclne man pocketed the money, fllled hls hat with boxes of corn salve or somethlng elso nnd dlstrlbuted them ns "presents" nccordlng to promlse. The nmount he took In is es tlmnted nt from $50 to $100. Those who In vested nre not sasing much nbout lt. The medlclne man npparently had met wlth success before comlng to Putney, for he had $10 gold pleccs for buttons on hls coat nnd hls vcst was buttoned wlth $5 gold pleces. tho guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. II. L. Plerce over Sundny. Mrs. Merton Flsher of Manchester, thls stnte, Is vlsltlng her pnrents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Fostcr Mnck. Mlss Donnn Betts of Greenfleld nnnnt Sundny wlth her nunt, Mlss Annlo Fnrley, nt F. L. Plerco's. L. W. uinoy. who hns been 111 n lone tlme wlth typhold fover. Is nble to be drcssed thls weelt. Tha Putney frlends of Snmuel Shnt- tuck of Westminster were grleved Frldny to learn thnt he hnd sustnlned n shock. Mrs. Grnce VnnCor of Snxtons Illvcr spent Sundny wlth her slstcrs, Mrs. C. xv. unvison, Mrs. A. M. Corser. nnd Mrs. C. D. Brltton. Cnrroll Dlcklnson nnd Clnreneo O'Nenl of Peifnsylvnnln cnme Saturday to spend rew dnys wlth Mr. O Nenl s slster. Mnry Jnno O'Nenl. Mlss Ellzn Crnwfoid wns elected by the Congrcgntlonnl Sundny school InRt Sun dny ns n delegnte to atteud the stato conventlon In Ludlow. F. W. Dodge wtll flnlsh wotk nt A. M. Corser's store thls week nnd wlll return to Sprlnglleld. thls state, where he has n posltlon In n machlnc shop. The sllls under the Stowell store houso hnve been rcpalred thls week. A wnter shed hns been bullt over them to prevent rnln from splashlng ngalnst them. Mrs. Herbert I,. Unlley was elected one of the vlce presldents of the Ver mont llumniie soclety nt the recent nn nunl meetlng of tho soclety held ln Rutland. Mlss Andrews of Boston. who bought the Blodgett plnce, hns hnd nn nrchltect look ovcr the locntlon wlth n vlew of deslgnlng n rcsldenco to be bullt on the plnce. Mlss Beulnh Wllllams went Monday to Waltham, Mnss. He father, M. G. Wlt llnms, went there Wednesdny, nnd both went yesterday to Boston to spend n few days. Mlsses Jennle R. Plerce. Bessle Brnlev nnd Mnry Itmindy nre nttendlng the 55th nnnunl conventlon of the Vermont State Teachers' nssoclntlon ln Rutland, whlch begnn today. A. W. Bnrry hns flnished work for W. E. Plerce. He has bought a frelght buslness between Saxtons Illvcr nnd Bel lows Fnlls. He wlll move hls fnmllv to Snxtons rtlver. Mlss Borthn Kstey has returned from the White Mountnlns, where she con- ducted n hotel, the Mirnmonto Inn, dur lng the suinmer. Mlss Ncllle Murphy, who wns wlth her, nlso has returned. As the tlme ndvances lt becomes more evldent thnt no lron wlll be lald beforo next year ln puttlng ln n double trnck south of East Putney by the Boston & Mnlne llnilroad company. The nll Just north of the Putney stntlon hns been com pleted, nnd the men nre now at work on the Leacli place, where they have a long Job. Rev. E. R. Perklns, pastor of the Bap tlst church, wns unnblo to oceupy hls pulplt last Sunday, belng lll wlth lum bago. Rev. F. L. Metcnlf, of the Method Ist church, prenehod nt n unlon scrvlce In the Baptlst church ln the morn lng nnd nt the Methodlst church In the evenlng, both of whlch were largely nt tendcd. A Boston reprcsentntlve of the New England Teleiihone & Telegraph compan was in Putney the flrst of the week to look over the ground with reference to puttlng In n town system of telephones. nlso wlth n vlew of extendlng the fnrm ers' llne to Westminster West. Tho town ls pretty well supplled wlth telephones ns compared wlth n few yenrs ngo. Tho mnttcr of a town telephone system wns dlscussed n yenr ngo, nnd nn nrtlcle wns put ln the warrant for the last Marcn meeting to see what nctlon the town would tnke ln regaid to lt. lt was voted to have the selectmen nppolnt a commlttee to lnvestlgnto the subject, but nothlng' detl nlte hns been done. VERNON. Marrlage of Dr. Leslle S. Edwards and Mlss Clarlssa M. Reed. Fellcltous In sceno nnd nppolntments, nnd wlth nugurles brlght wlth promlse, the mnrrlngo of Dr. Lesllo S, Edwnrds of Brattleboro nnd Mlss Clarlssa M. lleed of Vernon was solomnlzed Wednesdny nt hlgh 'noon' at the home of tho brlde's pnrents, Hon. nnd Mrs. Mnrshnll I. Reed. A dny typlcal of October nt tts best was In Itself n eheerlng grcetlng, tho liomo presented n scene of unwonted festlvlty. ln Its pretty decorntlons, tho company of somo 50 persons present were nttnched to the young peoplo by close tlcs of re lntlnushtp nnd frlendshlp, nnd the cere monlnl whlch llnked thelr destlnles wns benutlful nnd Impresslve. The pnrlor derorntlons were lnurel nnd evergieen, smllnx. ferns nnd chrysan thomutns. The brlde nnd groom stood be nenth n cnnopy surmntmted wlth n de slgn of Immortelles reprcsentlng n four lenf dover. The stnlr rnll In tho front hall wns trlmmcd wlth evergreen, lnurel nnd hydrnngens. The decorntlons In tho other rooms were ferns nnd boughs of red nnd yellow nutumn lenves. At 12.30 the guests were cnlled to nssemble ln the pailor. nnd to the strnlns of the brldnl mnrch from Lohengrln, plny ed upon the plano In nn ndjolnlng room by F. I. Swlft of Brnttleboro, brother-in-law of the brlde, tho brldnl pnrty cntered. Rev. It. K. Mnrvln of Brnttleboro, tho olllclatlng clergymnn, wns followed by tho groom nnd hls best mnn, Ernest A. Reed of New York, brother of the brlde; next cnme the brldesmnld, Mlss Florence P. Stone of New Yoik, cousln of the brlde, nnd last the brlde, escortcd by her fn ther. She met the brldegroom In front of the cnnopy where the vows were pllghted, ln the slngle rlng servlce. Congrntulntlons nnd good wlshes were extended by nll nt the' close of tho cere mony nnd shortly nfterwnrd n cholce buffct luneh wns served. The brlde wns gowned ln white chlffon, mndo over white satln, deep yokc nnd culTs of polnt d'Alencon lace. tulle vell, wlth orange blossoms for vell nnd cor- 1 sagc. She cnrrled brlde roses. Her only ornntnent wns a hrooch, ln the deslgn of four-lenf dover, of pearls, wlth n dlnmond In the centre. Thls wns the glft of the bi Idegrootn. The gow n nnd vell were the glft of Mrs. Dexter I. Stone. The brldes mnld s gown wns of white crepe. Mr. nnd Mrs. Edwnrds recelved mnny benutlful glfts In silver, chlnn, stntunry, cut glass nnd severnl presents of mon ey. A handsome cnndelnbrn from the l nlon Church nssnclntlon showed the es teem In whlch the brlde Is held ln her nntlvo town. The relntlves Included largely resldents of thls town. Brattleboro and Guilford but nmong those from n dlstnnce were Mrs. Dexter L. Stone nnd daughter, Mls Florence P. Stone of New York; Mlss lMa M. Morse of Worcester, Mass. ; Mr. and Mrs. Wayne M. Reed nnd dnuchter. Bentrlx. of Greenfleld. Mass.. nnd Ernest A. Reed of New York. The brlde nttended the Northfield seml- nnry three yenrs nnd gradunted from the Berkley Street School of Domestlc Pcl ence nnd Art In Boston In June. 1903. Dr. Edwards ls n grndunte of tho Brnttleboro hlgh schnol nnd the dentnl depnrtment of the Baltimore Medlcnl college. nnd Is I'tignged In the practlce of hls professlon ln Brnttleboro. Dr. nnd Mrs. Edwnrds left durlng the nfternoon by cnrrlnge. nnd nlthnuch they mndo haste when they nppeared for thelr departure they were shnwered wlth rlce and confettl nnd Jangllng slelgh bells were fnstened to the cnrrlnge. It Is un- derstond they left on the nfternoon trnln north bound. After a weddlng Journey of n few dnys they wlll go to the home of tho groom on Prospect street ln Brnttle boro, where they wlll be nt home to thelr frlends nfter Ic. 1. HINSDALE. N. H. WILMINGTON. EAST PUTNEY. Hollls Cobb, who hns been vlsltlng here, hns returned to North Adnms. George Pholps hns bought Mrs. Owen Foley's place nenr East Putney depot. The ladles' unlon nnd soclety wlll meet wlth Mrs. D.ivld Smlth next Wednesdny nfternoon. Creamery Pald Patrons $9,515.07, The nnnual meetlng of the Putney Creamery nssoclntlon was called for Mon day nlght of thls week, ln the lower town hall, but the nttendance wns so small that no buslness could be transacted, so tho meetlng wns adJournel. Probnbly no further nttompt wi.. be mnde to hold tho nnnual meetlng, nnd the old ofllcers wlll hold over. Tho creamery has done n good buslness the past year. Followlng is the report for the yenr endlng August 1: Pounds of mllk, 24,853; pounds of crenm,185,lGS; pounds of butter fnt, 44, 31C; pounds of butter, 50,740; price pnld for butter per pound, 18.8 cents; expen ses, $2103.14; totnl pald pntrons, $9515.07. Georgo Wlng hns gone to Wells, wheru he has employment. H. lt. Plerco of Fltchburg spent Sun day with Mrs. Pierce. Rev. and Mrs. lt. P. Tucker returned Tuesdny to thelr home in Sugar Loaf, N. Y". Mm. T.nvl IIoiiEhton has been vlslt lng her son, Ralph, in Burlington thls week. Mlss Nellio Deane of Bellows Fnlls wns BONE F00 Sof t and crooked bones mean bad feeding. Call thp disease rickets if vou want to. The growing child must eat the nght food tor growth. isones must have bone food, blood must have blood food and so on throueh the Hst. Scott's Emulsion is the right treatntent for soft bones in children. Littledoseseveryday give the stiffness and shape thathealthy bones should nave, Bow legs become straighter, loose ioints crow stronger and firmness comes to the -soft heads. Wrong food caused the trouble. Richtfood will cure it. In thousands of cases Scott's Emulsion has proven to be the right food for soft bones in childhood. Send for frce sample. 8COTT tt BOWNE, Chemlats. 400-415 p'earl Street, New York. 50c and ft.oo; ell'drugElsta. Pullman Sleeplnn Car to St. Louls Wlth out Change. To nccommodate the largely lnrreased ravel from Vermont to the World's Fair nt St. Louls thnt hns been so npparent durlng October, the Central Vermont Rallwny company hnve put on n speclnl weekly Pullmnn touiist slceplng cnr. The sleeper ls nttnched to tho trnln leav ing White Rlver Junction nt 4.2i p. m. Thursdays and reaches St. Louls nt 7.43 Snturdny mornlng, runnlng vla Central Vermont Rallway, Grnnd Trunk Rnllwny system and llllnols Central rallroad. The fact that thls sleeper Is fllled wlth vlsltors to tho World's Fair cvery week shows thnt tho publlc ls o.uIck to recog nlzo thls servlco ns especlnlly deslrable. It only costs n nomlnnl sum, ($3.25) for a double berth nccomodntlng two persons, whlch, ndded to the low pnssnge rnte of $24.00 for the round trlp. does not mnke n very cxpenslvo trlp, conslderlng you nre tnken Into n Pullman nt White Rlver Junction nnd lnnded Into the clty of St. Louls wlthout chnnge of cnrs. Those de- sirlng to stop ovcr nt any polnt in Cnna. dn or nt Niagraa Falls', Detrolt, Port Hu ron or Chlcago, mny do so wlthout extra chnrge. Rnlph Fnirman begnn woik In. South Vernon stntlon Tuesdny. A. G. Uarnes Is huylng npples to shlp west. Wednesday ho .bought 500 bar- tels. Our fnrmers have n gond oppor- tunlty to dlspose of thelr frult thls foll. Rev. R. K. Mnrvln wlll prench In the t'nlon church next Sundny at 2.30 p. m. The V. P. C. r. meetlng wlll follnw thls servlce. "Lessons from the Prodlgnl." referenres Luke 15.11. wlll be consldered. Mnry. youngcst dnughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Oeorgo Butterfleld, who had been very 111 wlth typhold fever nnd splnnl iiienriiKltls. dled Monday mornlng. The funeral wns held nt the home of Mr. But terfleld Wodne'dny nfternoon nnd the bu rinj wns In the North cemetery. The famlly hnve the sympnthy of mnny frlends In thelr nflllctlon. A very lnterestlng Grnnge meetlng wns held lnst Saturday evenlng. Mrs. C. II. Newton nnd Mlss Blancho Sewnll fur nlshed nn entertnlnlng program. Mlss Jean Jnqueth nnd Mlss Sewnll gave mu slcal selections. Games were plnyed nnd the prizes weie won liy Mrs. E. O. Lee, Mrs. A. G. Barnes, G. K. Stebblns, Mrs. Akley, Ora Johnson nnd E. B. Barrows. VERMONT GAME LAWS. SOUTH VERNON. Herbert Tyler ls on the slck 11st. Mrs. Joseph Woodnrd returned Satur day from her vocatlon. Mrs. George Alderman went to Wll- Ilnmsvllle Tuesday to nttend the weddlng of Mlss Edith Hell. Mrs. Frunk Depew of New York clty nnd ..ss M. McNcllley of Ornnge, N. J nre guests nt C. H. Newton's for n few dnys. Important Changes Recommended by the Flsh and Game Commlssloners No Dounty on Bears. The flsh nnd game commlsslonors. Henn G. Thomas nnd Edwnrd A. Dnvls, rccommend cnnnges ln tne nsn nna gnme laws as follows That n llcenso fee of not less thnn $15 or more thnn $25 be exncted from non resldents to hunt deer in Vermont durlng the onen Benson, and that resldents pny the sum of not less than 50 cents or more thnn $1." The commlssloners further recommend thnt moneys thus recelved shnll bo used to nny persons whose crops nave been damaged by deer, nnd to protect flsh nnd gnme; that no deer shnll be shot unless hls horns cnn bo dlstlnctly seen, whlch means that doo deer nre not to be klllcd; thnt every persnn, who shoots n deer In tho open season bo requlred to report the klll to the commlssloners, nnd thnt nenaltles be nrovlded for the punlshment of keepers or nwnors of dogs bred for the purpose of deer nuntlng. The commlssloners would have non resldents of tho stnto pny n fee of not less thnn $5 to hunt or shoot small game, John Kousklnne, 25, n Polnndcr, wns crushed nnd lnstnntly kllled In the rtnl elgh Mnrble company's quarry nt Fowler Tuesday, a blocK of marble welghlng several tons falllng upon hlm. Letter to Emerson &. Son. Brattleboro, Vt., Dear Slrs: A blg mlll-owner, Spartnns- burg, S. C, wnnted 5,000 gallons of pnlnt, nnd bought by prlco; pald 5 cents less than ourf,, got n "lead-and-zlnc palnt; but the lend was sulphnte of lend, not cnrbonnte. Sulphnte costs nbout hnlf; nnd covcrs nbout hnlf. That pnlnt wns ndultcrated nbout slx tlmcs ns much ns the 5 cents pald for. He "saved" 5 cents; and lt cost hlm 30. Oh no, It cost hlm more thnn that; wo forgot the labor. Con't work It out ex- nctly; don't know how long lt"ll wear. Short-mensure besldes; thnt nlone wns twlce ns much ns hls "snvlng" 5 cents. It wns thln, too; somo loss there; don t know how much. There wns too much dryer In It, The mnker mnde somethlng on thnt; he did'nt. Tnklng it nltogcther, he dldn t mnko much by thnt 5 cents. Go by the nnme: nnd the name ls Do- Mrs. Percy Fclch recently spent n few days ln Wlnchcster. Mrs. George M. Wilgjit hns been so rlously lll for n few dnys. The flre nt North Hlnsdnlo Sundny ls fully reported In nnothcr column. Mlss Lucy Spooner Is stnylng for tho present nt tho Congrcgntlonnl pnrsonnge. Mrs. C. E. Keyou hns been spendlng n few dnys wlth frlends In Hartford, Conn. Mrs. W. A. Kenney of Worcester Is ln town vlsltlng nnd looklng nfter her Cnnal street propcrty. Mrs, John Davls of Enfleld, Mass., has been the guest of her cousln, Mrs. F. H. Fuller, recently. Mrs. Eddn Stratton of Mnrlboro, thls state, hns been vlsltlng nmong Hlnsdnlo relatlves n few days, Charles Perry has flnished worklng for W. O, J. Amldon nnd n Mr, Ilnle from Ornnge succeeds hlm. K. S. McFleld wns housed severnl dnys lnst week by nn Injury to hls foot from drupplng n tnnk on it. Mrs. Mnry E. Snrgent, who dled ln Keeno Oct. 14, was n slster of Mrs. Lo lenzo Stehblns of thls vlllnge. Mr. nnd Mrs. F. A. Fuller of Alstend were the guests of the former's brother, F. M. Fuller, n part of last week. Mr. nnd Mrs. Aldrlch of Keene have been spendlng n few dnys wlth relntlves here whlle on thelr honeymoon trlp. Mrs, Jnno Amsden went Snturday to Mlllers Fnlls to spend a few dnys nt tho home of her nephew, G. F. Wilder. Mrs. M. A. Spooner went to Fltchburg Tuesday for nn lndellnlte utny wlth her dnughter, Mrs. George T, Greenwood. N. C. Bakcr hns sold hls flsh nnd oys ter buslness to Bert Wrlght of Brattle boro, who wlll lake posesslon Nov, 1. Mrs. Lucrctla Atwood has gone to tho home of AV. M. Royco on Chcstnut hill. She expects to spend the wlnter thero. Mlss Sarnh E. Judd of South Hadlcy Fnlls, Mnss., ls spendlng n few weeks with her cousln, Mrs. Newton Stcnrns. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. A. Sprague of Som erville, Mass., nre mnking Mrs. Sprngue's slster, Mrs. Addle E. Dlx, n weck's Vislt. Ilowett Bnlley nnd daughter of New lledford, Mass., were guests of tho for mer's mother, Mrs. O. H. Cooper, last week. 11. F. Adnms of Washington, D. C ls spendlng a llvc weeks' vacatlon nt hls fnthnr's. W. B. Adams's, on the Brat tleboro load. W. II. Barber, prlnclpal of the gram mnr school, wns In Keeno from Frldny untll Sunday, called there by the lllness of a relative. Revlval meetlngs nre belng held every evenlng nt the Calvary Methodlst church. The pastor expects some outslde helpers the comlng week. E. C. Robertson, W. S. Adnms, O. C Itobcitson and F. S. Leonard nttended the tlssue paper mnnufncturers' meetlng in New iork clty last week. Nearly 20 of the young peoplo nttend ed n p.irty at Isnlnh Strectcr's at North llin.Mlnle Wednesdny evenlng. They wete conveyed there Kv Llveryman Smith. Mis. Smlth nnd dnughter, Mlss Myrtle, returned Wednesdny to thelr home ln Cnmbrldge, Mass., nfter a llve weeks' stay wlth her nelee, Mrs. C. A. Reed. Rev. D. C. Llng is spendlng u two weeks vacatlon in Ucechers Falls. Rev Father White of Fltchburg olllclnted ln hls place Sunday at St. Joseph's church Mrs. W. S. Klmball. who wlth her lit tle dnughter, has spent tho ftimmer here wlth her fnther, Edwnrd Stebblns, ex pects to teturn to her home ln Boston Monday. Mts. A. A. A. ISoldt, who has been In Binghamlon, N. Y., severnl weeks, wlth her husband, returned to tho home of her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. II.- II. Dny, thls week. Joseph Crownlnshleld, Henry Holmnn, Rnlph Cnrey and Perley Harvey nre on Joylng severnl weeks' huntlng ln Mnlon, N. H. They wlll nlso spend some tlme ln tho .Mnlne woods Mlss Stearn entertalncd nt her home Wednesdny evenlng. the nlno young lady filends who wlll nsslst ln tho decorntlons, et, for her weddlng. whlch Is to tnke place next week Thursdny. The marrlage of Nelson Barbour Bal lard of Barre, Vt., and Mlss Carrle Judd Stearns of thls vlllage wlll take place at hlgh noon Thudny, Oct. 2", nt the Congregntlonal church. All frlends nre Invlted. The hlgh school studcnts wlll cel cbnito Hnllowe'cn, ns ls thelr custom, by glvlng a msquerade nnd dance at the town hall I-rlday evenlng, Oct. 2S. Danclng wlll last untll 2 o'clock, wlth Leltslnger's orchestra for muslc. Tho body of Cleophns Chavonelle, who dled from pneumonln Snturday, was taken to St. Celestln, Canada, Monday for burlal. Jolm Chnvonclle of thls vil lage Is n son of the decensed nnd J. D. Chnvonelle a grnndson, The members of Nnoml chnpter, O. E, S., held n yery successful county fair at the town hall Thursday evenlng. The exhlblts were good, n fnrce wns nccep tnbly presented nnd the festlvltles closed wlth severnl hours of danclng. Mrs. R. C. Brownlng nnd two children of New Bedford, Mnss., nre wlth her pa rents, Mr. and Mrs. S. T, Crownlnshleld The Brownlngs nro movlng from New Bedford to Antrlm, thls stnte, where Mr. Brownlng wlll have charge of ex-Gov, Goodells farm. The followlng ls from the Greenfleld eorrespondence of the Sprlngflcld, Mass. Republlcnn of Tuesdny: "Herbert T. Flsh er. who has been wlth Wells Bros. & Co., severnl years, goes to Hlnsdnle, N, H., to tnke the innnngcment of tho Granlte Stnte Mowlng Mnchlne compnny, whlch ls controlled by Wells Bros. & Co." Mrs. C. E. Savago took her Sunday school clnss of young mlsses on a little excurslon Saturday. They went by trnln to Ashuelot, from thero wnlked to Mrs, Savnge's carly home on the Wlnchcster hllls and after spendlng the dny dellght fully, wnlked to Doollttle s Crosslng nt tho south pnrt or tne town, whero they ngnin bonrdcd the cnrs for home. The Sundny evenlng meetlng at tho Congrcgntlonnl church wns largely givon up to Mrs. R, E. Metcalf, who mndo n very lnterestlng report of the stato Sun day school conventlon, whlch sho re cently nttended ln Manchester, as a del egnte from the Cpngrcgatlonal Sundny echool. Mrs. Metcnlf ovldcntly used her eyes and cnrs to good ndvantnge, nnd was nblo to hold tho closo attcntlon of her nudlence throughout her report. Hon, D, C. Remlch of Llttleton dellv Marrlage of Mlss Edlth May Dell and Henry Dlx Castle. Tho most Importnnt soclnl cvent of the senBon took plnce on Tuesday even lng, Oct. 18, nt tho Congregntlonnl church whcn Mlss Edlth Mny Bcll wns unltcd ln mnrrlngo to Henry Dlx Cnstlc of Boston. The church wns lenutlfully decornted wlth ferns, pnlms nnd plnk chrysnntho mtims mnsscd In front of tho church cholr loft, whlch wns bnnkcd wlth ever green. Ropes of evergreen outllncd the three nrchcs nnd ench sldo of the nltar and huge plnk chrys.lnthemums wero cnught In the white satln rlbbons whlch stretched ench sldo of tho mnln nlsle, tho whole cffect belng softcned by the rose colored shndes of the llghts. rt 8 o'clock the strnlns of the brldnl mnrcli from Lohengrln were henrd nnd the doors on ench slde of the altnr wcro opened to ndmlt tho four brldesmnlds, who mnrched ln slngle nlo down tho slde nlsles to the bnck of tho church, whero they met nnd wnlked In couples to tho nltnr, preceded by the ushers. The malds were followed by the mnld of honor who entered by the mnln door nnd the brldo wnlked lnst unnttendcd. Tho brldnl party wns met nt tho nltnr by tho groom nnd best mnn nnd the full Eplscopnl mnrrlngo servlco wns used. Immedlntely followlng the weddlng an Informnl receptlon wns glven by Mr. nnd Mrs. Cnstle to nbout 50 of thelr most ln tlmnte frlends nt the Chllds tnvern. Dec orntlons of plnk nnd green were ngnln In evldence nnd refreshments of lco crenm nnd cnko were served. Tho brldal party wero nsslsted ln rccclvlng by Mrs. Green of Boston, slster of tho groom, nnd Mrs. Aldermnn of South Vernon. The brlde s gown wns of white messa- llne Bllk en tralnc, claborately trlmmcd wlth nccordlnn plnted chlffon. Sho woro n vell of white tulle cnught wlth lllles of the vnlley nnd she cnrrled n shower bouquet of tho snme ilowers. The mnld of honor, Jllis Snrnh Crosby, wore white muslln nnd lace wlth a Dresden sash, nnd cnrrled plnk roses. The brldesmnlds, Mlss Ellznleth Bnker of Boston nnd Mlss Katherlne Ware, wore Plnk, nnd Mlss Jessle Tnylor of Newton, Conn., nnd Mlss Leone Russell wore palo green sllk lawn ovcr sllk sllps of thc samo color nnd cnrrled plnk cnrnatlons. Tho groom wns nttended Wllllnm Whlttemore, Jr., of Boston nnd the ushers were Messrs. Guy O. Howe, Herbert B. Newton of Holyoke, Orrln R. Buell nnd John Boyd. Rev. Mr. Woodmnn, pnstor of the church, wns the ofllclntlng clergymnn. Mlss Falth W. Kldder preslded at the organ. rfter the receptlon Mr. nnd Mrs. Castle drove to Brattleboro and from there wlll go on a two weeks' weddlng trlp, after whlch they wlll llve In Dorchestcr, Mnss. In nddltlon to tho out of town guests nlrendy rnentloned were Mrs. Florence Cnrpenter of Wlnchestcr, N. H., Mr. and Mrs. George Alderman of South Vernon, Mlss Abby Nlckerson of Boston, Slr. nnd Mrs. Bert Newton of Holyoke, nnd Fred Klng of North Adnms and Chnrles Gnrd ner of Troy, N. Y. The mnny benutl ful weddlng glfts Included cut glass salad bowl from the brldesmalds, n silver pud dlng dlsh, lemonnde pitcher, coffee spoons wlth crenmcr, sugnr bowl of solld silver nnd n dozen sherbet glnsses from the brlde's clnsses In Plttsburg. The groom s glft to the brlde was n penrl ring. The brlde's fnvors to the rnnlds weru dnlnty plns of ennmellcd gold set wlth n slngle whole penrl. The ush tis' scarf plns were nlso set wlth penrls. Mrs. Cnstle Is one of the most populnr young ladles of the town, nnd by her chnnnlng personallty she makes for her- solf frlends whercver sho goe9. She was edueatcd nt Northfield semlnni-y nnd the Boston normnl srhool of gymnastlcs nnd for two yenrs hns been n teacher of physlcal culture in the Y. M. C. A. at Plttsburg. Pa. Mr. Castle is managcr of the Boston ofllce of the Johns-Mnnville Co., nnd has made mnny frlends durlng hls vlslts In town. The best wlshes of the entlre communlty wlll follow tho young couple In thelr new home. A dance was glven by Henry Castle on Monday evenlng nt Memorlal hall whlch was attended by most of tho young peo ple of the vlllage. The occaslon was an enjoyable one. A chnimlng breakfast wns glven by Mlss Kntherlne Wnre on Tuesday In hon' or of Mlss Edlth Hell. The guests pres ent weie Mlsses Edltn Hell, Sara Cros by, Jesslo Tnylor. Ellznbcth Bakcr, Le one Russell nnd Fnlth W. Kldder. The orlginnllty of the hostess wns shown In the centrepiece, whlch wns a mlnaturc cnsile cut from pnsteboard and surround ed by n tlny moat. In thc tower of the castle was suspended a hell from whlch narrow rlbbons mn tho the name cards nnd the whole nffnlr belng n clever play upon the nnmes of the brlde nnd groom. NORTHFIELD, MASS. Mlss Mnrtha Hnll hns closcd her houso nnd gone to Bernnrdston to work for Mrs. Cushmnn. Mrs. E, M. Lnzclle hns been nppolnted asslstunt depnrtment Inspector nnd wlll vlslt the corps In Greenfleld and Colraln Oct. 25 nnd 26. pnrty of 25 went to Greenfleld lnst Monday nlght to vlslt Arcnna Chnpter, O, E. S the occnslon belng tho vtslta- tlon of tho dcputy grand matron of the Mnssnchusetts chnpter. Hcnrlettn Newton of thls town nnd Wllllnm Roblnson of Long Island wero mnrrled nt the brlde s home on Mondny In the presenco of tho Immedlnto fnm lly nnd frlends, Mr. Roblnson Is a plumb- cr by trndo nnd Is engagcd ln buslness not far from New York. H. H. Johnson Rellef corps wlll entcr- tnln thc Franklin County Assoclatlon, Womnn's Rellef corps, Wednesdny, Nov. 0, nt Sons of Veternns' hnll. Dlnner wlll bo served nt noon. Aa It Is the nnnual meetlng for the clectlon of ofllcers for tho year 1003, u largo nttendance ls de-slrcd. The Rcpubllcans wlll hold a grand rnl- ly nt Sons of Veternns' hall on Tuesday evenlng next, bcglnnlng nt 7.45 o'clock. The spenkers wlll be Hon. Frederlck H. Glllett, our rcpresentntlvo ln Congress, Col. Chnrles L. Y'oung of Sprlngfleld nnd Rev. George F. Pentecost, D. D., of thls town. ASHUELOT, N. H. Ansel B. Dlcklnson moved hls famlly Wednesdny to West Swnnzey, where ho hns employment. Mtchnel Shlne of the Holyoke poltco forco hns been spendlng a few dnys at A, N, Klngsley's. S. W. Mnxflcld went to Holyoke Sunday to vlslt hts mother and other relatlves. He returned Monday. Ozla Klngsley of Jacksonville, Vt.. 80 years old, was here wlth hls nephew, A. N. Klngsley, from Snturdny to Monday. Mrs. Nnncy L. Ross had nn nuction of household goods Saturday nfternoon pre vlous to her departure to Indlana, where she wlll llve. Mrs. Hugh Sherldan nnd n pnrty of four ladles from Keeno wero vlsltors here Monday, when they looked over Mr. Sher Idan's woolen mlll. Fred Prlest, a mcmber of the Hol yoke pollco forcc, was ln town the flrst of the week on buslness connected wlth hls farm, tho Burt place. Untll further notlce the Untversallst Sundny school wlll meet nt 3 o'clock nnd thero wlll be preachlng services at 4 o'clock Sunday nfternoon. WEST CHESTERFIELD, N. H. The ladles' soclety met wlth Mrs. F. M. Davls last Wednesdny nfternoon. F. M. Davls has begun hls wlnter's work in the woods for G. F. Amldon. Rev. T. Roscoo dellvcred nn cxcenent dlscourse here last Sunday afternoon at 2 o clock. Charles Amldon has recently bought a grocery store In Brnttleboro. He expects to move hls fnmily thero soon. Mrs. Portcr of Hnvcrhlll. Mass.. has been vlsltlng nt her old home the pnst few weeks nnd renewing mnny pleasant ncqualutances. Tarbell & Byard nre dolng n rushlng buslness now in thelr cider mlll. there be lng nn nbundance of npples thls year to be convcrted Into clder. O. R. Farr's tenms have been busy the past week drawlng lumber to the Dum merston sjtntlon. where it Is belng load cu on tne cars to be shlpped away. Dr. HENRY TUCKER. Rcsidcnce, 4 Williston St! telephono 258. Onicc, Leonard block. Hours 1.30 to S nnd 7 to 9. Teleponhe 29-3. C. R. ALDRICH, M. D , , umon uiocK, uraiueDoro. Ofllce hours untll 9 a. m.. 1 to 1 P. dw nnd 7 to 9 p. tn. DR. OEO. R. ANDERSON, . PHYSIUIAN AND BUHU1SOM, nnirn nnd resldencc. 88 Mnln St. Sur- gory In nll Its brnnohcs a speclnlty. Of tlco hours: untll 10 n. m., 1 to 2.30 p. m., ovenlngs, C.30 to 8. Telephone, Brooka Houso. A. I. MILLER, M. D., PIIYSICIAN AND BURQ1SON. Hookcr block: 8 ttll 9 a. m.. 1 to 2. C.30 to 8 p. m. F. H. O'CONNOR, M. D ... pnysician nnu Hurgeon, uanic uiock. Olllc'e. hours 1 to 3 nnd 7 to 8 p. m. Resldenco 3 Bullock St. Telephone 42-5. DR. H. L. WATERMAN, flce hourB, 12.30 to 2.30; evenlng, 6 to 8. G. X. ROBERTS, M. D., (SURGEON) Surgcry nnd diseases of women a speo Inlty. Ofllce, Crosby block. Hours 8 to 9 a, m., 1 to 3 nnd 7 to 8 p. m. Telephone. G. WHEELER, D. O., OSTEOPATHIC PIIYSICIAN. hours 9 to 12 and 1.30 to 4, Wednesdnys nnd Saturdavs excepted. GEO. H. GORHAM, M. D., . W i tnev Block. Mi n St.. Brattleboro. Practlce llmlted to diseases of the Eye, Enr, Nose nnd Throat. Hours, 9.30 a. m., to 12 m., 2 to 4 p, m Tuesdays and Frldnys only. At Bellows Falls the rost of the week. FREMONT HAMILTON, M. D., Ofllce and resldence No. 1 Ltnden street. Hours untll 8 a. m., 1 to 2.30 and early evenlng to 7.30. Sundays, 1 to t p. m. P. P. WHITE, M. D Physlclan and Surgeon, WllllamavIUe, Vt. Olllce hours: 11 a. m. to 1 v. m.. and G to 7 p. m. Telephone. DR. C. S. CLARK, DENTIST. Whltney Block, Brattleboro. Telephone. DR. ALVIN KNAPP, Hooker Block, Brattleboro. DR. L. S. EDWARDS, Dentlst. Hooker Block, Maln St. Telephone. G. F. BARBER, DENTIST, Unlon Block. HASKINS & SCHWENK, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS. And Soltcltors cf Patents. Brattleboro. H. G. BARBER, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Crosby Block, Brattleboro. FRANK H. LAUGHTON, Attornev and Counselor at Law. 83 Mnln St., Thompson block. Brattleboro. JOHN E. GALE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Guilford, Vt. Speclnl attentlon to all matters connected wlth the probate court. Telephone lfi-4. B. CROWELL, SURVEYOR. Brattleboro, Vt. W. D. SMITH, EXPERT ACCOUTANT. Trlal balances and statements rendered. Latest npproved methods introduced if deslred. Waterman & Marttn's ofllce. L. W. ADAMS, FREIGHTING AND JOBBING. Telephone 143-13. Ofllce 10 Maln SL STEAM CAPPET CLEANING Works S Flat St. E. H. THOMAS, Prop. STRATTON E. A. Eddy has begun puttlng ln hls new stcam mlll. John Davldson Has moved from Strat ton to Wardsboro. Mr. nnd Mrs. Irvln Bllls called on Wnl ter Mugoon Sundny. Mrs. M. R. Ball of Saxtons Rlver are vlsltlng relatlves In town. Mrs. George Baybrook, who hns been slck, was able to rlde out Sunday. Mrs. H. M. Hulett and her two daugh- ters have returned from a vlslt ln Wor cester, Mass. Edward Derknmper, who has been 111 wlth typhold fever, has so far recovored as to be able to bo out. Wnltcr Mngoon, who has been lll wlth typhold fever the past three weeks, re mnlns ln nbout the snme condltlon. School in dlstrlct No. 2, taught by Mrs. Eunlce Sprague of Jamaica, closed last Saturdny nnd she began the wlnter tcrm Mondny. Thls Is the slxth yenr of her tenchlng here ln nddltlon to her teach ing a number of yenrs ngo. GOMMI&siONKHS' XOTICn. KSTATE OF CALVIN 1'. GILSON. The uudeislttned lmvlng leen nppolnted by the Hon. l'robate Court for the Uistrict of Mmlborn Comnilsloners, to recelvo, exatulno and iiiljiijt nll cliUms hih! dcmitnds of all tcr soti nimliKt tho estateof Calvln 1". Gllson.lato of ItntttlclHjio in suld ilUirict. decensed, nnd nll ciaiuis e.viiiunea in oirsct tnereto. licrcuy nie notlee tlwt we wlll nieet for tlie purpose ntorcsaid, at tne county clci'K s olllce ln sald llrnttlcboio. on the 2t!ih dny nf Octuber and 4th ilay of Mnrch next, from 2 untll 4 o clock i. m.. eacn oi s.uu unys, imu innt slx montns rom the 4th day ot Octolier. A. I). 1801, is the nne lltnlle.l by sald Court forsald cicditor to nrcMJtit thelr clalms to us forexamlnatlon and nlluwnnve D.ited at llrnttlclmro, Vt. tlils 5th dny oZ ctolier.A.l). lll. 41-13 R w! McL1J.ti,A:S Commlssloners. STATB OT Vr.lt.MONT. Westminster. SS. Tho 1'iobate Court forsald Dlstrlct. to au wuom u may conccrn. urectmK. Whcreaa. E. M. llutler. udmlnlstrntor of tho Iitnteof LESTINA HOWAltn lateof Jnmaica ln sald dlstrlct. flccenseu, has representcd thnt: i ne aiuouiu oi cicuis uue iroin snm decensed ls 5 he cliarues ot admlnlstratlon. estuunteu r i,o ,in nwnv wlth nutnmntlo cuns voe Iead-nnd-zlne. In wild fowl huntlng, prohlblt the use of 49 Yours tru ly. V. i,. kjtu jf-t luin. P. S. Robblns & Cowles sell our pnlnt. Hlgh ferrets ln rnbblt huntlng, forbld under pennlty tho kllllng of more thnn 15 pnrt ridge durlng tho open Benson, and would nrnteet strenms nnd rlvers from pollutlon shunted Into them by vnrlous klnds of mllls. , m The commlssloners nro not in favor of a bounty on benrs. To thelr mlnds the henr looms lnrge ns n game nntmnl nnd should be preserved for tho huntcrs. They advlse n close season on flshlng ln lake Chnmnlain. that tho stocklng of thnt body of wnter mny progress more rnpldly. Ten L ouls r,nnrta nt 'tr-nnt ln one dnv nnd 24 bass ln ' tho same tlme. the commlssloners thlnk, Carnell & Holt, should be nbout nll thnt nny angler should bo nllowed to cnrry nwny, Buslness Honor for The Albany College, The Albany Buslness college has once more been nlghly honored by belng made the reclplent of a gold medal for the su- periorlty In commerclnl tralnlng, ns wlll bo seen by the followlng letter from De- Lnncey M, Ellls, dlrector of educntlon nt MASSACHUSETTS NOTES. S. A. Wrlght, proprletor of the Bloody Brook houso nt South Deerfleld, who is n voluntnry petltloncr In bankruptcy, has not been successful In hls effort to, com promlso with hls credltors by the paymont of 50 per cent. of thelr clalms. Hls as sets Includo n wrlttcn ngreement from A. N. Klngsley of AshueUit, N. H., to buy tho hotsl wlthln flvo years, and the unex plred llquor llcense. Albany, N. Y. Gentlemen: I am happy to nnnounce thnt the Inter- nntlonn) Jury has awarded a gold medal to the Albany Buslness college for tho ex cellent exhlblt sent to thls exposltion, The exhlblt wns warmly commended by tho members of the Jury and has been n source of Intercst to vlsltors throughout the summer. Permlt me to congratulate you upon tho recognltlon thus nccorded, D. H. ELLIS. The college secured gold medal awards for superlorlty of students' work at Parls, Chlcago, Buffalo and Charleston, Death of Mrs. Mellssa Lydla Blanchard. Mrs. Mellssa Lydla Blnnchard dled at the home of her daughter, Mrs. George F. Roberts, ln thls vlllage, on Wednesday evenlng of last week. Mrs. Blanchard hns been nn Invnlld mnny years, but has been In her usual health untll recently. She wns born ln Readsboro Scpt 1, 1S3i, thc daughter of Lewis nnd Mehltable Stafford. She wns mnrrled to Tyler Au gustus Hlcks on August 15th, 1S35. He wns drowned nt Jncksonvllle June 29, 1S74. Slx chlluren were born to Mr. nnd Mrs. Hlcks, three of whom nre now Uv- lng. Mrs. Cora M, Stickney, Ernest L. Hlcks of New York nnd Mrs. Gertrude L. Rolerts of thls place. She was marrled the second tlme to Henry S. Blanchard, who dled ln May, 1900, nt Jncksonvllle. Since thnt tlme Mrs. Blnnchard had llved wlth her daugh ter, Mrs. Roberts. Mrs. Blanchard wns n womnn of grent worth nnd wns held ln the hlghest regard by n lnrge clrcle of rel ntlves nnd frlends. She becamo a mem- ber of the Vnlversallst church nt North Adams years ago and had always been n strong bellever In that falth. She wns a person of strong, nctlve Intellectunllty nnd wns remarkably well Informed upon gen- eral matters. She was n devoted wlfe nnd mother, wns n klnd nnd sympathctlc frlend to nll nbout her. To tho slck nnd unfortunate she was always a frlend and helper nnd no one ln mlsfortune or trouble ever was turned nwny. Mlsfortune nnd sorrow cnme to her ln mnny ways but she always boro her grlefs wlth fortltude and cheerfulness. Sho has gono from us but her memory wlll nlwnys be fondly cherlshed. The funernl wns held nt her lnte home on Frldny afternoon nnd was largely nttended, Rev. Mr. Blackford of- flclntlng, Mrs. nnd Mlss Russell rendered "Nenrer my God to Thee." Tho burlal wns nt Rendsboro. gctjal itoticcs. Thc vnlue cstnte Is STATB OF Vr.HMOXT. Mnrlboro. SS. By tho l'robate Court forsald District. To all persons intcrested in tho estate of ItlCHAltba llltADLKY lnte of Brattleboro. deceased, Grectlng. w heiens. 11. M. Ilrad.ey has presented to thls Court nn Instrutnent mirportlng to be tho last wiu oi sum uecenscu, mr prouaie: iou are hereby notllled tliut this Court will decide uou the probate of snid Instriuncnt nt tho sesslon therent to be held Ht the l'robate Olllce In Brattleboro, ln sald dlstrlct. on the 5th day of Novenilicr, A. I). 1901, wlien nnd whero you mny npioar and contest tho same, if you seo causc. irt-li A. r . SUIlWU.NK, Ileglster. QOMMISSINOEHS' NOTICE. ESTATE OF VVILL1AM AUSTINF.. ho itndershrniMl havlmr lieen nimolntetl bv tho Hon. l'robate Court for tlie lllstrlct o'f MHrlttoro Commisloners to reeelve. exmnlno and adjust nll clalms nud dcmands of nll per. sons agninst thoi'stutcof Willlain Austlnc, lnte ot nnttticooro ln sam uistrict, ueccaseu, nnu all clalms cxhlblted ln ollset thcrrto. hereby givo notlco that wo wlll meet fnr tho purpose uforesald. at tho Vermont Nntiotml llank on tho 24th day of Octolwr and tlie 14th day of .MMi'cn nei. iroin . o ciock unin 4 o ciock P.in., eucli (ifsaul dnys, nud that slx moiiths from tlio 21th day ot Hentemlicr. A. D. 19U4 is ttio timo imutcu uy sam uoun tor sniucrcm ors to iiiDsent thelr cluinis to us foroxnmlna tlon and allowanco. Dated at Ilruttleboro. thls 2 t i dnv of Scn- icuioer. t. u. iih. C. A. nicilARUSON Commlssloners, Ilahince of dcbts chnrecnble on t ne reui estate or shiu (teceaseu Pravliig for llcense to sell so much of tho real estate of sald deceused, as is necessary for the pnyment of said dcbts and chargcsof ad- mlnistnttlnn. whereupon It ls ordered that tho same be henrd nt the sesslon ot sald Court, to be held nt the l'robate Olllce In Bellows Falls on the 5th day of Novemlier. A. 1). 1001, whcn nnd where you may ue neuru m tno prcmisesu you see cntise. I 41-43 Zl -NA II. ALL.UEE. JUdge. CJTATE OF VEHMONT. Westminster. SS. O Hy the I'robato Court for sald Dlstrlct. to nil persons mtenstea m tno tstato oi JIAHY A.JOY, lateof Putney In sald Uistrict, deceased, Greetlng. You nie hereby notllled that thls Court wlll decide upon tho ullownnce of tho account of A. i . J. tviiKins, uuiniuistraior upon suiu Etntc, and decreo dltiihutlon tliereof to the ersnns entmeu, ut tne sesslon tticrcoi to be teld nt tho l'robate Olllco ln Bellows Falls on the 5th day of Novemlier. A. U. 1001. whcn and where you mny lie henrd in tho premises, If you see cause. 42-H ZINA 11. ALLI1EE, Jlldge. Deafnoss Cannot Be Curod ered nn address nt tne Mctnodlst cliurcn Ulfseascd portlon of tlie cnr. Thero Is only ono Tuesday evenlng in the Interest of no- Waytocuro deafness. and that ls by constltu- llcense. Mr. Remlch Is thoroughly in ennust, Is well informed as to the mat- ter nnd is nble to put up a telllng nrgu- ment. He Is nn lnterestlng nnd force ful speaker and It would seem thnt hls proofs were convlnclng for tho sldo ho ndvocatcs. Tho house was well fllled wlth nn nttentlve nudlence, The North Hlnsdnle frlends of Rev nnd Mrs. C. A. Reed called on them nt the parsonnge Snturdny evenlng brlng lng ns n token of esteem nnd good will a generous supply of potntoes, npples and vcgetables. They also came ladcn wlth a bountlful supply of cake, etc, for re freshments for the party. The evenlng was passed pleasantly, soctnlly nnd wlth muslc. Mr. Reed goes to North lllns dnle to hold services ln the church there every Sunday afternoon nnd both he and hls good wlfe nppreclnte tho klndly feel- ing whlch prompted the actlon. NOTICE. WIIEHEAS. it hns been brought to our at tcntiou us trusteus under the wlll of Thomas Thompson thnt varlous pcrsous have recently emraucd or ccntemplated eiixaglmr intheoc- cuimtlon of sewiug in llntttlclKiro, probably witn tno luea oi oeiicuiing irom iiusirusi, aiin that somo veiwms niipear to lme coiao Into tho town tiom clsowliero for thls nurnose: aud viti,i(i'iA&, ui wiu iuuu iuai tius irusi becamo ellectlve. both thls occuputlon and tho occupatlou of shoii girl iitroiilcd no moro than a Butlleient opportunity for u livehhood to innso uuvauy engturcu 111 n; nnu WIIHltUAS. tho ovcrcrowdlmr of thesooccu. nntlons in Brattleboro would in the HnliillK'nt of tho trustees Ihj n grcat Injury lK)th to thoeo wlio nro aireauy cngageu in inem unu to tnoso wno mny tieiettiter uecoiue so; nnu WUEltEAS. slnco our uiuioiiitiuent as trus toes. wo havo lnken means to uscertuin whut tno rcsuit, nnu uniess ino iminmmation cuii uo womeij m tintttieuoro navo uecn rcguiuriy eti. an.. .lltl fltld f Itlw, malnit tn (ta Mf.mial I .... .. ntlnn. .nnni.o flf II..-. conditlon, lienrlng will lio destroyod foroverj tlonnl rcmedlcs. Doafncss is caused bv nn in- tlnmcd conditlon ot the mucnus llning of the Kustaclnan 1 uiw. nen tnis tuno is mnaraeu vnu hnve a riimulinir sounu or Imitertect lienr lng, nnd when lt Isentircly closed dcnfnes3 Is nlno cases out of ten aio cnusod uy Caturrh, whlch is nothlng but an intlamed condltlon of tlie mucous Bitriaces. Wo wlll glvo ono hundred dollars for nny ripo nf Tleiifiiess (cnuscd bv Catarrhl thnt cnn- not bo curod by Ilall's Catarrh Cure, Send for circuiars, irco. r , J, uii isi a; uu toichio, u. oin iy nruggisis, tuc. Take Ilall's Fauilly I'llls for constlpatlon. For Over 60 Years. Mrs. Wlnslow'sSoothlnir Svrun has been used lorover uu years oy imiuons ot motncrs lor thelr children wlillotecthlng, wlth perfeet suc cess. lt Boothcs tho chlld. softcns tho gunis. nllays nll palu; curcs .wlnd collo, and ls thp licsi reiueoy lur iuurruteu. ii wiu ruiiuu iiiu nonr little sutlerer immcdliitelv. Sold bv drugglsts In cvery part of tho world. 25o a bottle. Ilosuroitud usk for "Mrs. W.inslow's Boothlng Syrup," and take no other klnd. Three men wero kllled and elght others Injured by a burstlng mortar at Fort Banks nt Wlnthrop, Mass., early Satur- dnv mornlng. Tho dend are Serceant George Nevlns and Prlvates Kelley and Thelr gentle actlon and good effect on Emery Hlgglns. The Uijured are Sergeant I the system really maTce them a perfeet Foley and seven prlvates, maklng eleven little plll. They please those who use casualtles. One of the survlvors has lost them. Carter's Little Llvor Pllls may tne signt or Dotn eyes. i well be termed "Perfectlon." gngca tn tuesooccupauoiis us a means ot uvc- iinoou; NOW. THKHEFOUE. ln onler that tho In tcnt of the tcstntnrto liciictlt Ilruttleboro sew- imr women nnd Bhon u Irls niiiv not tall of ac compllshment, wo hereby give notlco that for tho present noaddltlonswill be made iii Ilrat- ticooro to tno uiimuer oi heaiusi resses, neeiiie wnincn. nnd shon uirls who wlll bo reirarded as ontitled tocscclal ald inciiseof need from slcKncsg, want oi empioymcnt, or nusioriune, nnd thnt nnv money of tho trust used In Ilrat tlclHiro. nnd not renuircd to meet cases of tein nonirv need atnunir tnoso an-caav estuuushcd in thcso occupntions wlll l used, fu accordaiic-o wlth tho termsor tno wlll.ror "klndred cnarlt- ablo purposCB," init wut not uo useu tor nny Bpeciiu ienem to tnoso wno intiyiiuii tneni selvcs to tho numlicr of Bcwlug womcn or shoi glris ln iiruMicuoro, nor lor tno ucneut oi those who mny como to llruttlchorofrom elso whcio liojilng to benotlt from thls fund, wheth cr ns scwlhir womeu nnd ehnn trlrls or not. vo likewiso gtvo notlco tiint ltis not our in tcntlon to mako l'uturo nddltlons to tho num ber of spwdal bonellelarles from persons .vlio tako uptncso occupations witn tno expccta tlon ot beconilnir liencllclaries at somo luturc tlme, nor from sowlng womcn or others who como to urattieDoro ii-om eisownere. (Signod) HICHAltDS M. IIIIABLEY. 43-45 LAUltENCE MINOT. Trustees under the wlll of Tliomos Thompson, of tho liersonal S200 50 S330 S175 175 i S 75 STATE OF VEKMONT. Marlboro. SS. By tho l'robate Court for sald Dlstrlct. To ult Dcrsons interested ln tlie cstato of MELVLN'A E. 11UUNIIAM, late of Ilrattle- tHiro, ln sani District, ui-ecting. vouuro ncieoy noiiueu tnnt tnis court win lccldo upon tho nllowunceof tho nccount of F. 1). E. ttowo. F.xecutor upon tho Estato of Melvlna E. Iltiruham. luto of Brattleboro, ln sald District, deceased, nnd decreo distribution tliereof to tlio iKJixmsentltled thercto. nt the sesslon tliereof to bo held nt tho l'robate Olllco ln ilruttleboro, in suiu iiistriut.on tne-"Jtn day of October, A. I). 1001, when nnd whero you may lo hcard ln tlio premises, lf you see cause. 4i-44 A. F. SCHWENK. ltegister. STATE OF VEUMll.NT, Marlboro, SS. Uy the I'robato Court forsald Uistrict. To all ncrsons intcrested ln the estate of CI.ARENCE G. STODDAHD lateof Ilrattle boro decensed, Greetlng. Whercas, uuinn .M. Mouuaru has presented to thls Court an liKtrument puniortlng to bo tho last wlll of sald decensed. for probate: You nre hereby not Ifled thnt this Court will decide upon thc probate nf sald lnstrumcnt nt inosessiou tuereoi to oo neiii ui ino I'rouato Olllco in Brattleboro, tn sald dlstrlct, on the ith day of October. A, 1). 1004. whcn and wnero you may nppear ann contcsv ino same, if jou seo cause. 4Z-4 t. . euiiwisKK., ltegister. STATE OF VEKMONT, Murllioro, SS. Tho l'robate Court for said Dlstrlct. To nll whora lt may concern, Ureeting. Whereas, L. M. Newcll, udinlnistrator of tho Estnte of WALTO.N L. FLHTCIIKlt, late of Wurdsboro In said dlstrlct, deceased, has rep resentcd thut: The ainouut of debts duo from sald deceused Is $1700 Thochargesnf udminlstration, estlmated, 10U $1600 Tho value of tho pcrsonal estate ls 1200 Ilalanco of debts clmrgeablo on tho real estate ot sald deceased, 600 l'niylng for llcenso tn sell go much of tho real estato of sald deceased u9 is ucccssary for tlie paytnent of sald debts und clnu-gcs of ad mlnlstratlon. Whereupon it Is ordered that tho samo lio henrd at tho scs-ilrm of sald Court, to bo held at tho l'robate Olllco ln llrattlcbnro, on tho last Saturdny of Oeti bor. A. 1). 1U04, whcn und you may bo hcard in tho premises tt you seo causo. 12-44 A. V, rCHWENK, ltegister. Orders for Everyday Printing Have niir prnmpt nttcntlon, E. L. HILDRETH & CO.