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TITE VERMONT PHGENIX, BRATTLEBORO, ERIDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1904.
rr IK f THE PUTNEY COLUMN Mlss Btolln Chnplaln Is visltlnR In Hnt flcld, Mnss. A. J. Aycr spont Chrlstmns wlth lils fnmlly ln Windsor. II. U I'leree "f FltchburR vlslted Mrs. I'leree ovcr Chrlatmns. Mrf. Ollvcr II. HoiiRhtou of Grccnncld spont n few dnys ln tnwn tlils week. Mr. nml Mra. C. W. Adams returned Mundny from a vlalt In Wnlpolc. Mlss Allco Fnrr nnd Mr. Mnson of Keeno woro uuuata nt II. V. Furr's u fow ilays tlila week. Tho mlsalonnry nieetlnR set for to morrow nt the ConRrcRntionnl cluircli lias been Rlven up. Jolin I. ltownrd nml fnmlly of Mnlden, Mnaa.,'nro spendlnR tlielr Clirlatmas vn cnllon In town. llatry It. Locke, who la nttondliiR tho Albany llualnosa colleRO, la liomo for n two weeks' vncntlon. Tho Putney GrniiRO mcotliiR wna post ponod from Tuosday to Snturdny ovenliiR on nccoimt of tho atorm. Thcro wlll ho n mootliiR of the 1'utnoy IIoso company Monday ovenliiR. A mect lnfi of tho the dlatrict nlso wlll bo held thon. jmjs. Alonzo Dniry of Weston la ex pcctcd thla wcek to speml tho wlntor wlth hor broiher, David S. reraona, ln East l'utney. Mr. iind Mra. II. Ij. I'leree, It. R. Shcl lcy nnd Mra. Dunham of Bellows Fnlls wero rucsIs of Mr. and Mra. W. A. Colo Monday. N. V. Wllson. who haa been employed at the county farm ln Westmorelaml re cently, nnd who haa been vialtlnR at M. E. Robbins's, returncd to hls liorao In Troy, N. Y Thursday. , E. E. Blood, who haa been In tho north ern part of tho statc ten daya, bouRht a load of northorn horsea, whlch he lias re celved. Details about them aro Rlven In nn ndvertlsement In thla paper. Ilev. li It. I'erklns returncd last wcok from Fulton, N. V. He wlll rcturn to Fulton ln a fcw weeks to llve. fHe wlll supply tho pulplt of tho Uaptlst cliurch durlnR the remnlnder of hla atny here. Those who nttcnd the dlnner nt tho Con RreRatlonal chureh next Tuesday arp rc qucsted to brlnR food for tho dlnner. The -ntinunl nieetlnR wlll be held nt 2 o'cloek. All who aro Ititcrested In the chureh nre cordlally Invlted. Some of tho Riiests for tho ChrlHtmas holldaya wcro: Snmuel II. l'cmber of Sprlnglleld, Mnss., at M. II. 1'embor's; Ar thur and Fred DodRo and Mlsa Oraco Hes cock nt II. O. UodRo'a; Cnrrnll Whltney of Keene at M. 13. Whttney's; Cail I). Knlght of Worceater, Mnss., at C. D. KniRht's. The thlrd nnnual conceit nnd ball by the l'iitnoy hoso company wlll be held ln the town ball next Wcdncaday cvcnlnR. l.eltshiRcr'a orcheatra of slx plecea wlll play and A. II. IHnea wlll prompt. Thcro wlll be a concert from 7.45 to S.45, to bo followed by danclnR untll 2 o'cloek. W. S. Adams wlll bo tloor manaRer, nnd A. M. Corser nnd W. H. Dlcklnson nlda. The membera of the liose company wlll con stttute the Introductory commlttee. Sup per wlll bo servcd ln lowrr Masonlc liall. The lnstallatlon of olllcers of Golden Rule chapter waa held Wednesdny cven InR, Mra. Mlnnlo E. Coraer, W. M., bclnR the InatnlllnR ofllcer. FollowlnR nre the onicors: Worthy Matron, Mra. Klttlo G. Evcrleth; worthy patron, A. M. Corser; nssoclate matron. Mra. Fannle K. Ilunt ley; aocretary, Mra. Annle B. Hairls; treasurer, Mrs. Hannah It. Walte; con ductrcsa, Mra. I.aura n. S. rtrltton; chap latn, Mrs. Martha A. Newcomb; orRanlst, Mrs. Villn J. Davcnport; marshal, Mlsa Marcla It. rcmbor; Adah, Mrs. Suslo A. Kendall; Ituth, Mra. Jennle M. I'leree, Esther, Mra. Flora 1 Colo; Martha, Mrs. Ida I... Stowell; Elcctn, Mrs. C. Belle Hobblna; sentlnel, r. U AmllnR. A ban quet was served at 7 o'cloek, nfter whlch tho followlnB prosram was Rlven: Instru mcntnl muslc by Mr. and Mra. I. E. Dav cnport nnd E. S. Bowen; nddrcsa of wcl como by Mra. Harrla; aonR by J. W. Shel ley; revlew of tho year, wrltton by Mra. M, E. Wliltman nnd read by Mrs. Evcr leth; dyel by Mlss Fannlo Wnshburn nnd Fred X. Gllbcrt; aonR by Mrs. II. 1,. I'leree. Itemarks wero made by Mrs. Hattle S. Taylor, P. G. M.. of Brattleboro and Itov. F. L. Motcnlf. DurlnR lier stay In Putney Mrs. Taylor was a Riiest of Mrs. Everleth. SOUTH VERNON. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Shlpman returncd to CambrldRe, Maaa., Monday. nev. I. M. Blanchnrd wlll preach In tho chapcl Sunday at 11 a. m. Servlces wlll be held at tho usual hour ln tho ovenlne. Fred Jnckson, son of Charles Jackson of thla place, fell on tho ico whjlo walklnR ln tho road to Northfield last wcek and broko both bones ln hls Icr. Itelativca and frlcnda wcro sorry on hearinR of the poor health of Hamllton Whlthcd of Grand Forka, North Dakota. Ho atarted South for tho wlnter, but waa obllRed to ro to a hospltal in St. Paul. Rev. N. F. Smlth of Northfield wlll preach ln Johnson hall New Year's evon Iiir, Sunday, nt 7.30 o'cloek. Mlss Jean Brown wlll slnR. Thla wlll be tho open InR servlce, to whlch all wlll bo welcome. Fred Clark was drnwlns Iors down a steep hlll ln tho west part of the town when ho last control of hls horses, and they went over and over down tho hlll, but fortunntely neither Mr. Clark nor tho horses wero serlously lnjured. The Men and Women Most Needed. To llvo nnd be supplled wlth motiv pow er a mnn muat havo tho encouragcment of somo klnd of vlalblo, tntiRlblo aucccaa, nnd not be, year In, year out, trodden down all ovor llke nn Indla rubber heel that lias be.como nt last too llmp and tlaccld lonRer to supply rcslllency nRalnst tho jolt nnd pound of tho roadway of llfo. Tho men and women most sorely needed in thls world nre tho cncouraRers of tho weary and worn, the men and women who, in the plentltude of thclr own contaRlous splrlt of health and hope, can ro about wlth tho cheerier than Aladdln cry of "New lampa for old!" .wlth tho cry of "New claatlc heels for old, broken-down and be-thumped ones!" SprinRlleld Re publlcan. Brooks House Pharmacy Will Give One Week's Treatment Free. Hand thla coupon to 1)11,00 K8 HOUSE 1'HAHMACY. Oentlemen: l'lcase glvo mo n week's frco trcutmontbottloof Dr. Kennedy's Calcura Solvent. Namo Addross We sell and heartlfy recommend Dr. Da vld Kennedy's Calcura Solvent, the won derful new Kldney and Llver cure. It Is not a "patent medlclne." It wlll not dla appolnt you. Reputatlon counts. .Dr. Kennedy's excellent preparatlons havo been world famous for over 30 years. .We wlll nlve you a Week's Free Treatment bottle If you slmply cut out the coupon above and hand It to us. Large bottles for complete treatment cost $1.00. 6 bot tles for $5.00. WILMINGTON. Marrlage of Mlss Lula Boyd and Wllllam H. Cooley. Tho miirrlaRp of Mlss l.ula Boyd, only daURhtcr of Mr. nnd Mis. Gllbcrt A. Boyd of Readsboro, to Wllllam II. Cooley of UufValo, N. Y., on Wcdneaday ovenlnR, Ulc. 21, was nn eveut of moro than uaunl intcreat from thp fnct that Mlsa lioyd wna born In thla town nnd ro sldod heio untll n few years apo, wlien the fnmlly movcd to ltendsboto, Mr. Hoyd becomliiR RPiiernl iiiiinnRer of the Na tloual Mctnl EdRo Uox eomp.my'a exten slve worka nt that placo. A speclal traln was run from WllmliiRton to Readsboro on the ovenliiR of the wrddlmt, leavlns horo nt 7 o'cloek nnd rcturnlnR at nbout 10. Tho Bnptlst chuieh was fllled to Its capaclty wlth Invllcd BUeata. The uudl enco loom wns profuaely drcorated wlth lauiel and white chryanntheniums. To the atralna of the I.oheiiBrln brldnl march, plnycd by Mra. lliittle Paiaona lllond, tho brldnl paity enterod the chureh and pro eoedod up tho centre nialc. I'lrat cnmo the ushera, Hyrou lioyd, brother of tho brido, Ilomcr Shermnn of lioston nnd 1'nrk Talntor of Spi InBtleld. Noxt camc the bridi'Hmalda, Mlm Elvn llronaon of North Adams, nnd Mlss l.ettlc Northrup of Iteadabou). riiwihmI Iii white lVrslan lawn nnd carryliiR red earnntlons. Tho mald of honnr waa Mlsa Kathorlno Plko of BenidnBton. who wns preeedcd by the Ilowcr rIiIs, Mlsses I.uclllc Paraons of North Adama nnd Gladys fllcks of Reads boro. Mlss .Plko woro white lVralan lawn nnd earricd white cnrnatlons. Theii came the brlde mippmtod by her fathor. Sho waa chatinlnsly attractlvo In her Rown of whlto crepe de chlne ovcr wlilto sllk, veil aiid white roses. Tho brldal processlon was met at the altar by the Rroom nnd hla bcat man, Benja mln Cooley of Stafford SprliiRS, Conn. Rev. W. A. Dnvlaon of HurlltiBton. atnto auperlntendent of mlaslona, performed tho marrlnRo ccrcmony, atnndlnR undcr nn evorRreen nrch. The riiiR servicc was used. At the conclualon of the eeremony tho party passcd out of tho chureh to tho muslc of Mendclssohn's wnMlnR mnrch. The reeeptlon wns held nt the rcsldenco of Mr. Boyd nnd was larRely attendcd. The wcddlnR presenta wiri very nu merous nnd vnlunble, umonB them n clu'ck of $10 from the Nntlonal Metal Edpe Uox Company. There wcre other ensh presenta from relatlves and frlends mnklnR tho amount $300. EvenltiR Star lodRe No. 3, I. O. O. F., presentcd a sllvcr pirvlco. A mahoRany musle cablnct wna presentcd by the membera of the Baptist soclety; one dozeu aolld sllver tea knlves wlth peaii handlea by Mrs. Mosea Now ton of Ilolyoke. DurlnR the evenlnR con Rmtulatory teleRrams wero rccelved from Rev. nnd Mra. R. F. AlRer of Dorchestcr, Maaa., Mlsa Alico Newton. Charleston. S: C. ; nnd from Mr. nnd Mrs. Benjamln Wolft of l'hlladelphla. Mr. Cooley was auperlntendent of the box department of the company ten yenra and left to enRaRe In buslncaa for hlm aelf In Buffalo about one year aRo. Mlsa Boyd has liad clinrRe of the otllee work tho pnat 12 yenra. Both of those younR pcoplo nre moat fnvornbly known to a larBe clrcle of filends nnd ncipialntancca ntid all unlte In wlahlnR them happlneas nnd prosperlty. Paul Butterlleld of Ynlc ls nt home for two wecks. Col. J. II. GouldliiR nnd famlly spcnt Christmaa In Rutland. Chrlstmns was obaervofl pt tho several churches wlth appropriate oxerclses. Mr. and Mrs. Itegry D. Caatle of Boston hnve vlslted in town tho past week. The Infant chlld of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Coane Is recoverliiR from imeumonln. Mls Chamberlaln of New York elty ia visltlnR her slster, Mrs. Forest Barbcr. Mra. Byron Boyd of Readsboro waa a Rueat of Mlss I.eone Russeli on Thursday of thls week. I-eon Fox of I.ynn, Mnss., ia in town thla week. He wlll leave for Callfomla about Feb. 1. Mlsa Falth Wilder Kidder of the New EnRland Conservntory Is at her home for about a week. Mlsa Florence Hubbard is boardhiR nt Porter C, Fltch's nnd takliiR electrical treatment of Dr. Glllett. Ralpli Mann Is spendlnR the holldays at Childs Tavern. He Is.a student ln n boardhiR sehool in Stamford, Conn. Hornre M. Flteb has boiiRlit the Hub bard farm of John F. Iiaaiolt. The place wlll be oecupled bv Mr. Fltch or his foii, Frank II., nbout Mareh 1. VERNON. Mlss Edlth Hlll, tho profesalonal nursc, la nt Mlas Zclln Johnson's for n few days' stay. Mlss Mollle Jauulth of Boston Is nt her father's, A. II, Januith's, for the holl days. Ernest A. Reed returned to New York Monday nftcrnoon, nfter spcndinR Chrlst mns wlth hls parents. Mlss Nelllo WrlRht nnd Mlss Alma House of SprinRlleld, Mnsa., spent Christ maa at J. T. WrlBht's. The employes of E. II. Akley preaented him n linndaomo and valuablo Rold rlnR at Chrlatmna as a mark of thclr esteem. The Y. P. C. U. wlll mcet in tho vca try next Sunday nfternoon nt 2 o'cloek. Toplc, "New CouraRe for New Work." Refercnce, Phll. 3:13-21. At M. I. Reed's on Chrlatmna dny wcro Ernest A, Reed of New York, Mr. and Mra. F. I. Swift, Dr. nnd Mra. L,. S. Ed warda and Mrs. Emlly S. Edwards. There was a Chrlstmas RatherlnR at tho Hcnrd fnrm, conslatiiiR of Mr. nnd Mrs. Wllllam Heard of Manchester, N. H and Mis. A. F. D. Iteynolds nnd daiiRhter, Vloletto, and Misa Gortrude Chandler of Brattleboro. The Christmaa entertnlnment In tho vostry of I'nlon chureh last Frlday oven inR waa very enjoyable. Tho mualc, rec Itatlona and declamatlons by tho younR people nnd puplls of tho schools wero nll excellent nnd very nppropriato for Chrlstmns. Tho slnKlnR by tho younR men nnd women under the dlrcction of Mlss Florenco Thurber was much ap prcciated by tho audlence. E. II. Akley represented n very Jolly nnd generous Santa Claus, and wlth hls ablo asslstants dlstrlbuted the Rlfts from two hnndsomo nnd heavlly ladon Chrlstmas trees. Santa Claus announced that evcry chlld pres ent would rocelvo n glft nfter wlshlnR all a very Mcrry Christmaa. Tho evenlnR wns one of much plcnsuro to all. CH ESTERFI ELD, N. H. Tho drouth was broken somewhnt by a steady downpour of raln Tucadny. Mr. nnd Mrs. R. A. Chamberlaln drove here from Troy to partake of Chrlstmas featlvltlcs wlth W. II. Butler. Mr. and Mra. Fred J. Harrla spont Chrlstmas wlth relatlves In Mnssachu setta. The Chrlstmas cantata, wlth tree, last Saturday nlght, wns n brllllant succeas. The parts were well taken. Qrent credlt should be Rlven to thoso who put so much tlmo and work lnto tho affnlr. Tho chll drcn deservo inore than pralse for ron dering thelr parta perfectly. Everyono was well remembered by old Saint Nlch olas. A weddlng was quictly performed at the liorao of Mrs. Ellls Royce Sunday evenlnR, when her cousln, Allce Bennett of West morcland, becamo tho wlfo of Walter L. Butler, n promlncnt farmer of our com munlty. Owlng to the recent death of the'brlde's fnther tho affnlr was strlctly prlvate. After a brlef weddinR trlp Mr, nnd Mrs. Butler returned nnd took up thelr nbode on the old homestcad. Thelr frlenda lntcnd to glve them a muslcal re eeptlon soon. The best wlshea of many frlends ln thls and surroundlnR towns aro extended to them for n lonR nnd happy marrled life. Rev. Mr. Jones, the Metlio dlst pastor, was the oIIlclntinR clergyman. HINSDALE, N. H. The Farmers' Instltute, The atnte bonrd of nRrlculturo held n fnrmera' Inatlttito nt the town hnll Tuea day, wlth seaslons both nftcrnoon and evenlnR, wlth IntercstlnR proRtnms for each sesalon. Not na many wero present ns had been oxpectcd, ns the GrniiRca ln nelRhborliiR towns had bcen Invlted by the Incnl OrniiRe, but tho wcnthcr, whlch wna, unfortunntely. very bnd, doubtleaa provented thelr nttendance. Tho pro Bmm for the nftcrnoon, ns la often tho cnae, had to bo remodolcd, but In aplto of chntiRca, waa full of Intcrest. Afler the Invocntlon by Rev. W. F. Whlto, E. II. Plke, maater of tho local Orange, Rnve the nddreaa of welcome, whlch waa reaponded to by T. W. Barker of Nelson, who pre alded ovcr the meetliiRS. Prof. F. W. Mors of Durhnm Rnve many polnta on the rSlulteratlon of fertlllzera and feedlnR slurra? nnd II. O. Iladley of Tcmple, mna ter of the New Ilnmpahlre Stnto GranRC, wna perfectly at home wlth hls subjcct, and hnndloil the "C'orn Crop nnd Dalry" In nn IntercstlnR manner. At 0 o'cloek n llne supper wna served In tho baaomont dlnlnR room by tho mcmbers of Wnntna thiuet (Iraime. Tho llrat speaker In tho ovenlnR sea alon was Col. Chaa. B. Iloyt of Sandwlch, who made nn cnrneat plen for the pro tcetlou of our forests. ciuotliiR atntlatlca provltiR that by their dopletlou the water aupply waa ln n nienaure cut off, nnd ns the naturnl boiuty of the aoenery waa ruined tho Intlux of aummer boardcra, whlch In mnny dlatrlcta constltutes the mnln rcvenue, would not be ns Rrcat, nnd seekeis for aummer homca would look elsewhere. The next spoakcr was Fred W. Card of KlnRston, R. I., who tnlked upon "Frult GrowlnR," nnd illustratcd methods of propaRntlnR tho bcttcr Rrades of frult, rIvIiir hls mnln uttcntlon to np ple culture. Hla excellcncy, Gov. N. J. Bnchelder, wna Rieeted by n rlslnR houae upon hla Introdurtlon. lle spoke of for mer vlslts to Hlnsdnle, of tho plcasant memorles of lils vislt to Instnll tho of llcers of Wnntnstlciuct GrnnBo 1G years nRo, nnd of n less plensant vlslt, when ho came to klll tuberculous cattlo and ns he sald, "When one went upon such nn errnnd It wns a qucstlon If he Rot out of the town nllvo." Ho spoko enthuslastlcally of tho Improvcd condltlon of tho educatlonnl In terests of the atate, of lta aRrlcultural In terests, of the aound condltlon of lta II nanelal instltutlona, na aecn by hlm In tho pnat two yeara, nnd of t)ie many pam phleta he had aent broadcast over tho land. ndvertlsitiB the beautles of the atato for aummer homoa nnd aummer boardlnR. all of whlch had reaulted satlsfactorily. At tho close of the nieetlnR the Bovernor and hls ataft were Rlven a teception, cv ery oih- paasliiR nround to shako handa nnd leceive the plensant RreetlnR Rlven by tlu- illBnitariea of statc. Musle by the Hlnsdnle band waa Inter apersed durlnR the aesslon, nnd n solo by Mlsa Julla Felch wlth plano nccompanl ment by I.ester Booth, and rondliiRS by Mlss Carollne 11. Howe were plcasant fea tures of the evcnhiR's proRram. AlthouRh lt would seem that n vlslt from tho chlef exccutive of the state should flll our town hall, condltlons aro beyond tho control of nnyone nnd ntl who wcro thero went nway feellnR that It had been a profltable mcetlnR. Death of Charles M. Tyler. Charles M. Tyler, II, dled Sunday after sufterlnR from briRhta dlseaso 16 months. Ho was born ln Warilsboro, Vt but spent most of hls llfe ln Mlnneapolls. Mtnn. He came to thla town nbout two montha ngo and waa unable to rcturn home. He waa a cook by trade. He la aurvlved by two aoua, Charles and Edward of Mlnneapolls, thrco half brothers, A. W. IHIIs of thla town, Mnrk Johnson of Dum merston, Vt., nnd Fred Johnson of Dover, Vt., nnd llve linlf aistera, Mlsa Matid Bllsa, Mi-s. N. C. Bakor and Mrs. F. C. Iowe of thls town. Mrs. J. I.avbnlt of Wakelleld, Mass., and Mrs. S. W. -Jones or Newton Centre. .Mnsa. The funernl was held In WlUiamsvIlIc. Vt., Wednea dny and the burlal waa in that vlllaRC. Samuel Thompson Is III, wlth typhald symptoms. C. E. SavaRO wns iali up by lllness a part of last wcek. Mlss Mary Belaimer of Kvorett. Mass., is visltliiB relatlves In town. Mia. KiiiK nnd aon of Northamptou vlslted In town briefly Sunday. John Scott Is In Boston ImylnR Rooda for the O'Bilen cIothlnR atore. Robort W. Field of SprlnRflold, Mnss.. wns nt hls homo here Monday. Mlchael Dempsey of New Yoik elty Is In town for n several weeks' stay. W. A. Kcnncy of FitchurR, Mass., was a rcccnt vlsltor nt F. W. Tllden's. Cnrroll Johnson nnd famlly nre makiiiR a two weeks' vlslt In Worceater. Mra. Edward Frazer of Abblngton, Masa., Is visltlnR Hlnsdnle relatlves. Mlss Elolse Whlto went to SprinRlleld, Mass., Wednesday for a few days' vlslt. Mias Mildred Lyman of Northfield was the Ruest of Mlss Roae Mead n part of last wcek. Mlss Vinnle Tllden ls home from Slm mons college, Boston, for the hollday va catlon. Mrs. Mary Roark of Palmcr, Mass., was a lecent vlsltor of Mr. and Mrs. Jnmes RcddlnR. Mr. nnd Mrs. Bcrt McDonald camo Frl dny for a few days' vislt amonR Hlnsdalo relatlves. F. W. Barber, prlnclpal of the grammar achool, Is spcndlng tho vncntlon at hls homo in Wllton. A new list of books haa bcen catn iORued nnd plaeed upon tho shelves of the publlc llbrnry. Rev. W. II. Trlckey wlll bcRin hls du tlca na paator of tlio Unlvcrsalist chureh next Sunday mornliiR. W. E. Bcllevlllo Is nt hls homo hero from tho stnto nRiiculturnl coIIcro at Durham, for tho holldaya. Tltus Hancock of New York elty ls spendlnR a few days wlth hls paronts, Mr, and Mrs. Jnmea Hancock. Mr. and Mrs. John Curran of I.ewlaton, Me., havo been tho Ruesta of his mother, Mrs. Chnrlea Ellls, recently. Mlss Asnes Detonr of Ilolyoke, Mnss., ls spendlnR tho holldays wlth her paronts, Mr. nnd Mrs. Joseph Detour. Mlss May R. Lano of Northampton Is the Riiest of Mrs. Addle E. Dlx. Sho will roturn to Nortlfampton Monday. Mlsses Julia Felch and Lllllan Myers aro homo from tho FltchburR normal sehool for tho Chrlstmns vacatlon. Frank YounR has moved hls pool room from Northfield street, to ono of Edward -Stebbins's bulldlngs on Maln street. Mlss Florenco Field is nurslnR a sore flnger, whlch she lnjured on a machlne at tho Brlghtwood paper mlll last week. The Hlnsdnle merchants hnve had a flno llne of hollday goods. They roport trnde to have been fully up to the aver age. Prof. and Mrs. F, A, Mnson and little daughter of Pawtucket. R. I., aro wlth thclr Hlnsdnle relatlves for tho hollday vacatlon. Mlss Modena Booth nnd Lester Booth nre furnlshlnR the muslo for a serles of Frlday nlBht dances whlch nre belng held at Northfield. Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Balley of Brockton, Mass., came Filday to spend the Chrlst mns vacatlon wlth thelr parehts. They wlll return to Brockton Sunday, Rov. an'd Mrs. W. F. Whlto, G. A. Rob ertson and daughter, Mrs. Nat Butler, attendcd the nieetlnR of tho Ashuelot ConereRatlonal club In Keeno last week. Dr, Gorham of Brattleboro, asslsted by Dr, II, Ii. Brown of thls vlllage, operated on the throat and noso of n young daugh ter of Mr, nnd Mrs. Wllllam Stevenson Tuesday. F. W. Robertson eavo to the several churches ln town pretty dressed dolls, 28 In nll, to ho dlstrlbuted nmonB tho chlldren ns thoso ln chnrRO of tho Chrlst mas trecs mlght thlnk bcst. An obltunry of J. Wesley Jeffords, tho wldely known newspnpcr mnn, and ex rcprcscntntlvo ln tho leglslaturo, wlll bo found on paRo 8. Mra. Jcrusha Mnrblo celcbrnted her 82d blrthday annlveraary In a qulot wny nt her home Saturday. Frlenda cnlled dur lnR tho day to ofTer coiiRrntulatlons, aev ernl lcnvhiR tokcna of icmembrnnce. At tho Unlvorsnllst nnd Mcthodlat churchca Chrlatmna treea nnd approprl nto excrclscs wcre held on Saturday nlght nnd nt each plneo tho chlldren wcro mado happy by tho many Rlfts the treea held for them. A reeeptlon wna tendcred Dr. A. A. Prntto nt Fay'a' hall ono evenlnR laat wcik, Just pievloua to hla leavhiR town, nnd hls frlends presentcd hlm wlth n fnuntain pen nnd a hnndsomo Rold han- dled sllk umbrclln. Ncnrly cvery sehool In town hnil for n closlns feature n Chriatnias tieo nnd ox crclaes elther Frlday afternoon or even lnR. The llrat Rrammnr sehool had u treo and Ronernl good tlmo nt Grnnd Army hnll Filday evenlnR. Jlr. nnd Mrs. N. I). Bnllard of Barre, Vt., havc been wlth Mra. Ballard'a parenta, Mr. nnd Mrs. N. Stearns, a fow days. Mr. Bnllard sulTeicd from an ncuto nttnck of IndlReatlon Saturday nlght nnd wns con flned to hls bed a day or two. Mrs. G. F. Wilder and son, Rohert Wilder, of Millers Fnlls cnmo to Hlna dale Saturday to partlclpatc In tho Yulo tldo festlvltlea at G. A. Robertson's that cvonltiR. Mrs. Wilder returned to her home. Sunday iiiftcrnoon, her son rctnaln Iiir for n moro extended vlslt. The annual roll cnll and buslness nieet lnR of tho ConRreRiitlonal chureh wlll tako plnec at tho chureh vcstry next Monday ovenlnR. Becauao of tho reccnt rcpalra on tho chureh bulldliiR there la Importnnt buslness to bo transactcd. The mectlng of tho chureh nnd soclety wlll bo com blncd, nnd a full nttendnnco ls doslrcd. SqunkheaR trlbe of Red Men nt thelr councll last week elcctcd tho followlng chlcfs: C. E. Weed, sachcm; E. E. Cur rler, prophct; C. D. Fay, senlor saRamore; II. F. Smlth, Junlor sagnmore; C. A. Fletcher, chlef of rccords; V. M. Hall, colletor of wampum,; M. D. White, kecp or of wampum; O. C. Robertson, truateo. The oincera clect of Goldcn Rulo lodRC, F. & A. M., nre: Frank E. Field, wor alilpful mnster; Frank W. Tllden, senlor warden; Clarence D. Fny, Junlor wnrden; W. O. J. Mnrtin, senlor dencon; Robort W. Weeks, Junlor dencon; Gnrdner S. Howe, treasurer; Edelbert J. Tcmple, aocretary; W. F. Robertaon, rcprcscntn tlve to tho grnnd lodge. By Invitatlon of Sherldnn post, n Jolnt lnstullatlon wlll tako place nt Grand Army hnll on Tuesday evenlnR, Jnn. 3. Thero wlll be a meetiiiR of the Sherldan Womnn's Rellef t'orps at 3 o'cloek Tues day nfternoon. lt Is very Importnnt that all the present olllcers nnd olllcers elect bo present lu tho nfternoon nnd all mem bera of the order In the evenlnR. The Y. P. S. C E. connectcd wlth the ConRrcRatinnnl chuieh hna electcd the fol lowln'B olllccra for the cnsuliiR term: Mrs. Reat Metcalf, prosldent; T. I.. Chase. vlce prealdent; C. E. SavnRe. recordlng aocre tary; Mlss Allce Currlcr, correspondlnR sccretnry; Mlss Mandlnc Rlchnrda, treas urer; Mra. W. F. White, auperlntendent of the Junlor soclety; Mlss Florence V. Goddard, plnnlst. The nnnunl Chrlstmas reunlon of the Robertaon brothers and thelr famlllea was held Saturday evenlnR nt the home of G. A. Robertaon. Twenty members of the lmmediate famllles woro present. Many cholce and vnlunble Rlfts were pxchniiRed nnd n Rcnernl Roid tlme onjoyed. It Is n dellRhtful custom of the four brothers, nll of whom nre resldents of Hlnsdale, wlth thelr fnmllles to Rnther at aomo ono of the homes every year to celcbrate the Chrlatmaa hollday At the ConRrcRatlonal chureh no effort wna made nt celebrntlon. The sermon Sundny momlnR wna In keeplnR wlth the dny nnd speelai muslc was rendered by the cholr. ln tho evenlng n concert was Rlven by the Sunday sehool, whlch thoURh slmple, was very enjoyable. The muslc by tho cholr was especlally llne and the vlolln solo by Iater Booth wns much enjoycd. On Monday evenlnR. rec Itntlnna bv the chlldren nnd thp unlond Iiir of two Chrlstmas trees constltuted the evenliiR'.s entertalnment. Mlss Florenco M. KiriR, because of III hoalth, has been obliRed to Rlve up her posltlon ns llrst nsalslunt tcncher in the hlgh sehool nfter nlne yeara of successful servlee. She has mnde n warm plaee for lieraelf ln the henrts of tho communlts, nnd will be grently mlsseil. not only In the achool. but In chuieh and soclety. Aa her posltlon wlll be kept open for her for aome tlme nnd a teacher hlrcd only to 1111 out tho achool year, it la hoped she may be able to roturn next fnll. Mlss KIiir went to her home In Northnmpton Wed nesday. AmonR those from out of town who came to enjoy the Yuletide season wlth Hlnsdnle frlends or relatlves, nnd -not mentloned elsewhero were Wllllam Hlg glnson nnd dnuRhter of ShnplelRh, Me., Mlss Annle Conway of Wales. Mass., Mlss Dora Leland of FltchburR, Thornns Mc Caughcrn of Sprlnglleld nnd Robort Mc CauRhcrn. Jr., of Holyoko, Mlss Edlth Nlms, Y, E. Gould nnd D. J. Purcoll of Boston, Mr. nnd Mrs Kdwnrd Cooko nnd chlld of Bellows Fnlls, Mlss Carrle Nlms of New York elty, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. March and Mr. nnd Mrs. E. F. CunnliiR ham nnd chlldren of Millers Fnlls. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. F. Mnnn nnd chlld nnd Mlsa Ina Rlco nnd Robort McDonald of Brattle boro. G. S. Day of Millers Fnlls. Mrs. Mnrla Hnrtnett nnd sons, Edwnrd nnd James nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Vlctor Cote of Greenfleld, Thornns Mullen nnd famlly of Frnnklln Fnlls, nnd Mrs. Hcnry Grlllln of Keeno. ASHUELOT, N. H, Mnrtin Murphy of Putney, Vt., wns wlth his slster, Mrs. Cnllnhnn, over Sun day. Mlss Gladya I. Maxfleld lias been con llned to the houso sovernl dnya wlth ton ailltla. N. O. Phelps and fnmlly nro enjoy InR n vlslt from his fnther, who llves In Pittsfield, Mnss. Frank Qulgley and fnmlly of Wllton wero vlsltors nt hls mother's, Mrs. Han nah Qulgley's, ovcr Sunday. John Long nnd famlly of Brattleboro wero wlth her mother, Mrs. Kathorlno QulRlcy, Sunday and Monday. Ralph Wood and Rny Stlmson nro nt homo on n brlef vacatlon from Bryant & Stratton's buslness colIeRe, Boston. S. W. Maxfleld had hls Chrlstmas dln ner Monday at hls brothcr's, Dr. G. A. Maxfleld's, Ilolyoke, wlth othor relativos resldlng In that elty. The Ashuelot Paper company Is mnklng Rood propress on the mlll. The roofs aro bclnR placed on the several bulldlnRs, tho boller set up nnd mnchlnory ls belnsr re celvcd. W. E. Stratton, of tho Phlladelphla of flce of the Now England Box company, was a guest Sunday of LaFell Dlcklnson, and Mr. Iver of the Greenfleld ofllce was wlth W, Eugeno Dlcklnson. Tho Chrlstmas entertnlnment nnd treo of tho scholars of the Upper Ashuelot schools Frlday evenlnR was well attend ed by thelr frlends. The scholars of the Unlvcrsalist Sunday sehool had thelr tree and oxerclses Saturday nfternoon. A Low Joke, The Jnpancse emperor smlled upon tho court. "And what," ho nsked, "what nows of the war?" "There nro, your majesty," answered the prlmo mlnister, "reports of a battlo toft tho coast." "I am conlnced," obsen'ed the em peror, wlth a twlnkle; "I am convlnced that If there has been any troubla on tho ocean the Russlans are at the bottom of It." Judge. MODERN MARDLE QUARRYINQ. The Qreat Waste Accompanylng Itallan Methods Avolded by Those In Vogue In Vermont. . Itnly, whlch haa been produclng mn terlal for atatuary and other aculpturcd forms in mnrbto for ccnturles, contnlns ovcr 000 qunrrlea, but to thla dny tho masacs of whlto nro aeeured nlmoat cn tlrply by tho uao of exploslvca. For thls reason much of tho marble la waated nnd mnny of the moat valuable denoalla nre ao covercd wlth dcbrla from blnatliiR thnt me uusi ui rciiiuving ino wnaio mnierini la Rrcnter thnn the vnlue of the mnrblo Itsolf. A bcttcr wny haa been found In thla coutitry. From n little strcnm whlch flows throuRh southwestprn Vermont comcs moat of tho power whlch Is utlllzed In thls Industry. Fortunntely, lt passcs throuRh tho locality whlch contnlns somo of the prlnclpal bcds. Thla wnter power la employed to saw tho mnrblo as It comes from tho qunrrlea lnto sultnbto blocks, whlle nn electrle currcnt, Rcnernted from it, furnlshrs power to trnnsport tho mar ble from placp to placo nnd to drlve tho mechnnlam whlch rcmoves it from tho bcds. From somo of these plla blocks hnve been tnken for ovcr twcnty-flvo years. nnd tho bottom lnyer la ncnrly 300 fcet from tho surfnee. Somo of tho un dcrRround chnmbors hnve thelr celllnRS, aldps nnd floors of marble. In modcrn marblo qunrrylnR, na per formed In Vermont, what la known ns n chnnnellliiB machlne Is used, whlch ls op erated by electrle or ateam power. It la placed upon tho top of tho marblo bed and punchea n holc, from four to twelvo feet ln depth, by menns of n serles of chlscls whlch are clamprd toBether so na to form one cuttlng tool. When tho chlscls hnve rcached tho dcpth requlred. tho machlno la moved forward on lta tempornry trnck. In thla wny the bed ia "blocked out," ns It mlght be sald, In parallcl cuts cxtend Iiir from sldo to side. These nre dlvlded lnto the lenRth requlred by ateam and pneumatlc drills. whlch boro a serles of holes, nfter whlch tho block can cnslly be detachcd by a klnd of wedgo whlch Is drlvcn lnto the bottom. In thls manner the mnrblo may be removed from n de pnslt n hundrod fcet squnre and n hun drcd fcet In depth. wlth prnctlcally no waste, leavlng such n formatlon thnt tho sldes of tho qunrry nppear aa If bullt of blocks of marble reBUlarly lald. Tho channclllnR mnchlnea rcquire nbout twclve horae power, nnd cut from fifty to one hundrod aqunro fcet of mnrblo evcry ten hoiirs. It la duo to thelr uso thnt ono company nlonp quarrles enoufih mnUrlal evcry month to crect n lnrge ofl'.ce bulld Ing na lta output la no less thnn 5000 tona. Somo of the lnrReat electrle crnnea In tha world nre uspd In hnndllng the blncks of marble. owlnK to thelr great welRht. for they raiiRe na hlgh na twenty-llve nnd thlrty tona. At Weat Rutland. Vt., whero the largest quarrlea aro located. la n crnno whlch has a total lifllng capaclty of flfty tons. It ld provldcd wlth two trollles of twenty-llve borse-power pueh, nnd each trollcy Is equipped wlth n twenty horse power holstlnR mnchlnc The World Todaj- Today's Tour Around the World. Jule'a Vcrno's stnry, "Around the World ln ElRhty Days," wna decmed fnntustlc In 1S73. But In 1S03. Jnmes Wlllla Snyrc of Seattle, Washington, travcled com pletely nround the world ln 54 daya and nlne liours, whlle tho Russlan minlster or rallroads iasuea the rollowlng Bchedule or ixissihllitlcs when the Trana-Slberian Rnllroad has completed Its plans, nnd ho mlght have added, tho Jnpancse havo Blven their conscnt: Days. From St. PeteraburR to Vladlvostock 10 From Vladlvostock to New York 14V6 From New York to Bremen 7 From Bremen to Kt. Petcrsburg 14 Total, 33 As tor tho rlsks incldent to such a tour, It Is signlflcnnt thnt tor my own Jour ney nround tho world, a conservatlvo in surance company, for a considerntlon of only $50 guaranteed to Idemnlfy me agalnst InJury to tho extent of $30 a week, nnd ln cnse of death to pay my heira $10,000. And the company made moncy on tho pollcy, for In n journey of over 15 montha, in whlch I used not only tho rullwaya of Indla and Japan, but the ponlea nnd chalrs of Koroa, tho carts nnd niule-llttels or Chlnn. tho rlver-bonts or Slam, the elephnnts'or I.aos, all sorts and eondltiona or oeean and coastlng vessels, wlth nlleRod posslbllltles or ul most evcry descrlptlon rrom the cholcra or Bangkok and the plaguo or the Pun Jaub to the Boxcrs or Chlll. the robbors or tho Turklsh monntnlns, the tigers nnd snakea of tho Indo-Chlna Jungles, and the scorpions nnd centlpedes of Chlen Rmal I met wlth .neither lllness nor ac cldent. nor mlshap of any klnd. Wlth n very few uulmportant cxceptlons, there nre now no hermlt nntions, for the re motest lands nre wlthln qulck and easy reacli. Rcview of Revlews for October. PROFIT The matter of feed is of tremendous importance to the farmer. Wrong feeding is loss. Right feeding is profit. The up-to-date farmer knows what to feed his cows to gct the most milk, his pigs to get the most pork, his hens to get the most eggs. Science. But how about the children ? Are they fed according to science, a bone food if bones are soft and undeveloped, a flesh and muscle food if they are thin and weak and a blood food if there is anemia ? Scott's Emulsion is a mixed food ; the Cod Liver Oil in it makes flesh, blood and muscle, the Lime and Soda make bone and brain. It is the standard scientific food for delicate children. Send for free sample. Be ure that thls plcture in the form of a Ubtl u on the wrapper of every bottle of Emulsioa you buy, Scott&Bowne CHEMISTS, 409 Pearl St., N.Y. 50c and $1 all drutjijliti. STATU OK VKIt.MDNT. Westminster. SS. II V tho I'rotmto Court fnrmilil Dlatrii't. To all perfons intuicstcd lu tlio Kstnto of r;. . .mhksi;, inio or Towiislieiid, In suld lllstrlct. riccciiFcd, OrcotliiR, You nro lieroby nnllllcd that thls Uourt will dccldo upon tho nllowiuice or thu nccoimt or i;. II. Ilutcliclder, iidiniiiUtriitor upon snlil Kslnte, nnd dccico distrlbutlou tlieteol to tho pcrKoiis ontitled, at tho cesslon tliercof to bo held at tho I'rotmto tlllkoln llcllows Fitllson tlie 7th dny of Jiiiitiiiry, A. 1). l!Ki,'i. when nnd whcio you mny bo hcanl In tho preinfsc, II J'OU tCC CM1SKJ. flMI ZINA II. AM.IIKK, JudRe. I COMMISSrONKItH' NOTICB. IvS'IUTK OF CIIARI.KS K. WIinKI.EIt. i i.o uiiuurelRiicl havliiR iieen npiiolnlol by tho lliiii. I'robate t'ourl for tlio Illsiilet of Marlboro Coiiimls-loncrs. to iciclvo, exainlno nml ailjuot nll cluiuis nnd dcmumla of nll pcr siiiis nifiiliiRt tlio ostalool Charles K. Whtelor, liitout Wliltliighum lu fiild disti lot, dctcitscil, and nll cluiiiM cvhlblted lu oHsct tlicicto. hcreby glvo notlco llmt wo wlll mcet rir tlio puriioso illorcsnld, at tho olllconf A. A, Butter lleld In Wliit nulmin, on tho 201 h dny of .liuiuiiry niK) sutli lny of Muy next, rrom 1 o'cloek untll 5 o'cloek p. m.. cnch or sald dnys, nul tliat slx inniii ha from tlio "UHi dny of NovcnilKir, A, I). UWI, is tlio tlmo llinlled by s.ild Court for suld cipditoig to present thclr cliilms to us f(ir oxmnlniitlon tunl nllowaticc. Dntcd nt Whltinghum thls 15th dny or Dci-einber, A, . 11)01. fWJH SCll 'U y!ku'"m tJlinOCK, I Commlssloncre. QTATE OF VERMONT, Marlboro, SS. KJ ny tho l'robato Court for sald Dlstrlct. To nll persons Intcrestcd In the estato of SUSAN E. IIERRICK, late of Brattle boro, In sald Dlstrlct. GreotinR. You nro hcreby notlfled that thls Court wlll decldo upon the allowanco of the nc count of Charlos A. Harrls, admlnla trator upon the estato of Susan E. Ilerrlck ln sald Dlstrlct, dcccased, nnd decree dlstrlbutlon thereof to the persons entltlcd thereto, at tho sesalon thereof to bo held at the l'robato Oflico In Brattle boro, In sald Distrlct. on tho 31st day of December. A. D. 1904. when and whcre you may bo heard ln the premisea, If you see cause. 51-53. A. F. SCHWENK, ReRlstcr. STATE OF VERMONT, Marlboro, SS. By the Probate Court for sald Dlatrict. To all neraona Interested In the estntn of JOHN B. SAGE, lato of Wilmington, In snld Dlstrlct. Greeting. You are herebv notlfled that thla Court wlll declde upon the allowanco of the ac count of Nnhor L. Sage, admlnlatra tor upon the estate of John B. Sage, in sald Dlstrlct. deceased. and decree dlstrlbutlon thereof to tho persons en- imeti tnereio, at tno session tnereor to bo held nt the Probnto OfTlce In Brnttle boro, In snld Dlstrlct, on the 31st day of December. A. D. 1904, when and where you mny be hcnrd In the premlses, if you seo cause. 51-53. A. F. SCHWENK. ReRlstcr. IJTATK OF VERMONT. Marlboro, SS. OB.v the I'robate Court for sald Dlstrlct. To all nersons Interested in tho estate of IIENRY B. WELIjMAN, late of New rano, In sald Distrlct. Greeting. You are herobv notlfled that thls Court wlll declde upon the nllowance of the ac count of Allce M. Wellman I'leree, ndmln Istratrix upon the estate or Henry B. Wollman, late of Newfane, ln sald Dls- rlct. deceased. nnd decree dlstrlbutlon thereof to the nersons cntltled thereto. nt the session thereof to bo held at the I'robate Ofllce In Brattleboro, in sald Dls trlct, on tho 31st day of December, A. D. 1901. when nnd where you may bo heard In tho premlses, lf you see cause. 51-53. A. I'. SCHWENK, ReRister. CJTATE OF VERMONT, Marlboro, SS. O By tho Probate Court for sald Distrlct. To all nersons Intereated In thp pst.itn of MARY E. PHELPS. late or Boston. Maas.. havlnR estate ln sald Marlboro Dlstrlct, deceased. GreetlnR. Whercas. Frank A. Phelns has nre- sented to thla Court an Inatfument pur portlnR to be the last wlll of sald de ceased. for probate; You are hereby no tlfled that thla Court wlll declde upon the probato of sald Instrument at the seaslon tnereor to be hela at the Probate Oflico In Brattleboro, in sald Dlstrlct. on thp 31st day of December, A. D. 1904, when and where you may appear and contest wie samc, ir you see cause. 51-53 a. suiivi is.Niv, negister. STATE OF VERMONT. Marlboro, SS. By the Probate Court for sald Dlstrlct. To nll nersons Interested in tho estate of MARY D. JONES. lato of Dummerston, ln sald Dlstrlct. deceased. Greeting. hcreas. Oeorce R. Persons has nre- scnted to thls Court an Instrument pur porting to be tho last wlll of sald de ceased. for probate: You are hereby no- tiueci tnnt tnis uourt wiu iieciue upon tno probate of sald Instrument nt the session therpor to bo held nt the I'robate Ofllce In Brattleboro. In sald Dlstrlct. on the 31st dny or December. A. D. 1954. when and where you may appear and contest tne snme, ir you see cause. 51-53 A. r . SCHWENK. BeglSter. STATE OF VERMONT. Marlboro. SS. By tho Probate Court ror Sald Distrlct To all persons Interested ln tho estato or CALISTA J. SfEBBINS, late of Brat tleboro, oeceaseo, ureeiing. Whercas. Lorenzo D. Thayer has Dre- scnted to thls Court an Instrument pur porting to bo the laat wlll of satd de ceased. for probate: You are hereby no tlfled that thls Court wlll declde upon the probate of sald Instrument nt tho session ncreor to be helu nt the l'robato Ofllce In Brattleboro, ln sald dlatrict. on the 31st day of December, A. D. 1904, when and whero you may nppenr nnd contest the same, lf you seo cause. 61-53 A.. r . schwenk, Reglster. STATE OF VERMONT. Westminster, SS. By the Probate Court for sald Dlstrlct. To all nersons Interested ln tho estate of JOHN M. HITCHCOCK, late of Putney, ln sald Distrlct, deceased. GreetlnR. You aro hereby notlrlea that thls Court wlll declde unon the nllowance of the ac- count of Ellen Murphy, ndmlnlstra- trix upon sam estate, ana aecree aistriou tlon thereof to the persons entltled, at the session thereof to bo held at the Probate Ofllce in Bellows Falis. on the 7th day of January, A. D. 1905, when nnd where you may be heard In the premlses, If you see cause. 51-63. ZINA II. ALLBEE, Judge. STATE OF VERMONT. Marlboro, SS. The Probate Court for Sald Dlstrlct. To nll persons interested in the estate of EARL F. WIIAiARD, late of Dummers ton ln sald dlstrlct, deceased, Greeting. Whereas, Bcrt C. Baldwln.'Admlnlstra tor upon tho estate of Earl F. Wlllard, lato of Dummerston, In sald distrlct, de ceased, has flled his petitlon In thls court, settlng forth that tho sale of the whole of tho real estato of sald deceased wlll be bcnellclal to tho helts and nll persons Interested thereln, nnd praylng for Ucense to sell the same, and at the samo tlmo Illed in thls court what purports to be the consent ln wrltlnR of nll tho holrs re sldlng in thls stato to such sale. Where upon it is ordered that the same be heard at tho session of snld court, to bo held nt the probato ofllce in Brattleboro, on tho last Saturday of. December, A. D. 1904, when and whero you may be heard ln the premlses, If you seo cause. 51-33 A. F. SCHWENK, ReRlstcr. For Your Horse A chnngo of clothlng is nccded when wlnter approtiches, Just as for tho hu man epeclcs. In quallty nnd varlcty wo cnn satlsfy tho nceds of your horses nnd suit your taste from our larero as- sortmentof BLANKETS and ROBES. ' We also have a largo number of Slelghs HOWARD & YEARLY, Llvorymon, rear of Brooks Houso. H. E. BOND & CO. Funeral Dlrectors and Furnlshers. 17 Maln Street, Brattleboro, Vt. OSTEU I'HINTINO aipeolalt: NO apeolalty. E.L. IllLDltlfril k CO. Dr. HENRY TUCKER. Rcsldenco, 4 Williston St.; telephone lit. Ofllce, Lconnrd block. Hours 1.30 to t and 7 to 9. Tclep'onhe 29-3. C. R. ALDRICH. M. D Unlon Block, Brattleboro. Oflico hours untll 9 a. m., 1 to 3 p. b, nnd 7 to 9 p. m. DR. GEO, R. ANDERSON, I'HYSICIAN AND SUnQEON. Ofllce and resldenco, 88 Maln St. Sur gory In all Its brnnches a speclalty. Of llce hours: untll 10 a. m., 1 to 2.30 p. m., eyeniiiRS, 6.S0 to 8. Telephone, Brooks House. A. I. MILLER, M. D., I'HYSICIAN AND SUROEON. Hooker block; 8 till 9 a. m., 1 to 2, .it to 8 p. m. F. H. O'CONNOR, M. D I'hyslclan and SurRcon, Bank Block. Oflico hours 1 to 3 and 7 to 8 p. n. Resldenco 3 Bulloek St. Telephone 41-5. DR. H. U. WATERMAN, Ofllce nnd residence. 41 Elllot St. Of flce houra, 12.30 to 2.30; evenlng, 6 to t. . X. ROrJERTS. M. rv. qnimpnwi Surrrerv nnd dlnpnoAa nt wnm&n o - . lalty. Ofllce, Crosby block. Hours t U j v. m o miu t 10 a p. m. x eiepnon. C. G. WHEELER. D. O., ysiliiUl'ATllIC I'HYSICIAN. hnurR n ln 19 ntirl 1 aft tn a nr,iBn.i... and Saturdava excepted. QEO. H. GORHAM, M. D., Yiiuney iiiock, 4Main st., Brattlebore. Prnetlpn I ( ,n 1 1 ...1 n ,11...... v. i." Ear, Nose nnd Throat. Hours, 9.3 a. rn.. to 12 m., 2 to 4 p. m., Tuesdays and Krldnvn nnlv At TJl irnii . i. - of the week. FREMONT HAMILTON, M. D Ofllce and residence No. 1 Llndea street. Hours untll 8 a. m., 1 to 2.30 and early evenlng to 7.30. Sundays, 1 K p. m. P. P. WHITE, M. D ,r.Ph??if'an, nnd KurReon, "Willlamavllla, Vt. Ofllce hours: ll a, m. to 1 p. m., x2 6 to 7 p. m. Telephone. DR. C. S. CLARK, DENTIST. Whltney Block, Brattleboro. Telephtme. DR. ALVIN KNAPP, . . DENTIST. Hooker Block. Brattleboro. DR. L. S. EDWARDS, Dentlit. Hooker Block, Maln St. Telephone. G. F. BARBER, DENTIST, Unlon Block. HASKINS & SCHWENK, iOT,13 COUNSELLORS, And Sollcltors cf Patents. Brattlebor. H. G. BARBER, ATTORNEY AT LAW. i-rosny Diock. Brattlebof. FRANK H. LlllRUTnM AttnmPV Hnil Pm,n.aln. T - S3 ainln St.. Thompson block. Brattleboro. JOHN E. GALE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Guilford, Vt. Speclal attentlon to all matters connected wlth the probate court. C. B. CROWELL, SURVEYOR, nrattieboro. Vt. BRATTLEBORO CUSTOM LAUNDRY 54 Elllot street Telephone 52-6 Satlsfaction euaranteed. HnP'hS,MITH' EXPERT ACCOUTANT. Trial balances and statements rendered. Latest approved methods Introduced lf deslred. Waterman & Martln's offlce. L. W. ADAMS, FREIGHTING AND JOBBING. Telephone 143-13. Ofllce 10 Maln St STEAM CAnPET CLEANING Worka 8 Flat St. E. H. TIIOMAS. Prj. Horses Horses I havo Just recelvcd n load of north cm Horses, which I linvo sicnt 10 days Intho north part of tho state buylng. I nin now prepared to show j-ou as nlce horses as wero cver fcen ln thls fectlon. Amiinii them is a pair of Bay Mares, full sistcrs, 8 and 7 years old, stnnd 1U hands nnd welirh ZXO pounds; thislsanoxtrallnc teara and can't be beuten for sty le nnd road qiinllties. A nlce Brown Team nnd several other nlce Gcntlemen's Drivcrs and Buslness Horses. Also n lull llno of new and second hund Slelghs, Ilnrncss, Hobes, Blnnkets nnd all kinds of Horo Qoods. Cull and eeo me bei'oro bnj Ing elsowhere. E. E. BLOOD, Putney, Vt. The Pficenix and the New England Magazine for $3.50. By special arrangement with the publishers, sub scriptions for ThePhcenix and the New England Magazine will be taken for $3.50 for the two for the year 1905, if received beforejan. ist. Tho reitular subscrlptio'n prlco of tho Now England JhiRnzlno is $3.00, mnklng a eavlnif of Sl.00 by thls nrraiiBcment. Thls offcr holdsonly till Jan. 1st. $100 Reward Wlllbonnidtotliollndcrof Ister J.Stnfford. ' insanc, who strayod from hls liomo In Guilford. Vt., on October 15, 1104. Descriptlon: Ako. 5.1; helKht, nbout 5 fcet. lOlnclicp; lntlr. curly.sllifhtly gray; fultbeard, iiulto ifrny; eycs. Ilght grny. vaeant oxpres sjon; lnoro won on buck of head showinir tlirouKh tholmir; dressed In bluck coat. dark citrdlgun Jackot, dark trousers. wonlcn shlrt, enthcr lioots. recently tanpcd. Talks but little, cnnnot lo well undorstood; Is very tlmid and hurmlefs. , JOHN E. GALE, Gunrdlan. Quilford, Vt., Oct. 17, 1904. J. C. Timson, Auctioneer. ny rcquest of many frlends, JULIDS C. TIMSON, LICENSED AUCTIONEEU. Clare mont, N. II., (formorly of Brattleboro) wlll do auctloneeriin; ln Brattleboro and vlclnlty at LOW PHICE nnd guarnnteo satlsfaction. 13 years' excrlence. l'leoso make cmragemenU In udvance by mall or telephone. Prlce satis factory or no pay. 1905 Calendars For our frlends and patrons, at our offlce. H. E. TAYLOR & SON. Brattleboro. Qeneral Aganti. E DGETT & CO. Real Estate t you havo Iteal Etate of any klnd to seilorexchanite.orPeraoual Propcrtr, auythiusr. vrrito us. Brattleboro, Vt. Bend for llat.