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U pendents hns scheduled tho first basket
win pmo 01 inc 8ensan fiRulnst tho Dart
mount lenm TiinnKsgivlng night.
Tho lurge hand elevator In the rear end
of tho Taft building on Flnt street fell
live stories Wednesday with a load of
fin nituro owned by Mrs, F. S. Doak. Sev
eral articles were smashed.
The records of the four Hrattleboro drug
Kiiires uuvenng snies or liquor on physi
cians' prescriptions during October, which
have been filed In the county clerk's of
fice, show that tho number of sales was
as luiiows: j. in. urartiim, 80 C. F,
Thomas, 160; George E. Greene, 102; F,
II J.oiaen Co., 248.
R. I. Kllhurn of Bellows Falls, whose
death by fall from n building In Walllng
ford Wednesday Is recorded on page 10,
was the contractor who erected tho north
ern annex to Hooker block occupied by
Dunham rtrntlinrs IT,. n ,-,i.. ....
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ileith at the tlmo Mr. Hopkins was killed
mm nuirr wommen injured by the cave
hi hi inu L'niuiuiKmcni nero.
The Masonic pilgrimage to Athol will
take place next Wednesday evening, Nov.
S, when 75 to 100 members of Hrattleboro
and Columbian lodges will make the trip
to be the guests of Star lodge of the
Massachusetts town. A special train will
leave here at 5.45 p. m. and the faro for
mi- ruunu irip win tic ji.45. stnr lodge
Will Work tho IhlrH flntrrnn m,-.nA -n.tll l.
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served, and the program will include post
iirunuiui exercises nnu me working of the
Knights of Birmingham degree by Brat-
tlpborO mi'mhpm Of flirt f rntnlf .. 4
special train will run back to Brattleboro
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iiiii'i uu iiju tixurcises nro over,
Fnotball pnthllalnntu will l.n..rt ....
portunlty to see the first gamo of the
season on the home grounds, when Brat-
uenoro anu ucnows Knlls high schools will
contend for the second time this season.
When HraMtnhnm r TlA1l. t..ii
t .1 ....... uvuuvva runs
all the conditions were unfavorable for tho
locai learn, nnu the result was a victory
for Bellows Falls 38 to 0. The Brattle
boro lads promise to retrieve this defeat
tomorrow. Tho Brattleboro line-up will
ue hh loirawa: venire, (Jlicney; guards,
Dix and Thurber; tackles, Jones and Bar
ber: ends. Brosnahan nml Fprrltoi"
quarter back. C. Adams; half backs.
i-rosoy and m. Adams; full back, Thur-
In Hinsdale, N. H Oct. 28, a son to
Mr. and Mrs. It.iv Thnmnsnn.
In Hinsdale, N. H., Oct. 2G, a son to
ir. nnu airs, uaniei Heading.
In DeKnlb, III., Oct. 11, a daughter to
Mr. and Mrs.. Charles Adams, formerly
in umnK vn. ir v riot 01 n
Henry Hoyt, to Harry E,' and Emma
In West Guilford. Nov. 1, a son to Sid
ney and Nellie Coleman, grandson to Cal
In Bristol, Conn., Nov. 1, a daughter
iu uev. nnu Mrs. ucorgo E. Tyler.
in iariDoro soutn Branch, Oct. 14, a
daughter, Huldah Prouty, to Mr. and Mrs.
In Great Barrlngton, Mass., Oct. 25, by
Rev. Richard Murphy, Louis A. Detour
iu Asnueioi, jm. h., ana Miss Annie T,
Douglass of Great nnrrlnirtnn.
In North Wolcott, Oct. 31, by Rev. A.
J. Hnmllton. Daniel D. Sargent of Wolcott
and Etta E. Bnlley of Brattlcbqro.
In West Guilford, Oct. 31, by Rev. James
Jones, Wallace BulTum and Miss Gertie
ijumn, oom or west Guilford.
3 cat Its.
In Brattleboro, Nov. 2, Mrs. Frederick
In Rochester, Vt., Oct. 15, Herman Q
Boutelle. RR. n nntlva nf Tnwnat.nn
In Stratton, Oct. 27, Jonathan Babcock,
In Grafton, Oct. 25, Mrs. 'Mary Phelps
79, widow of Leverett Phelps.
In Grafton, Oct. 30, Charles Robbins, 17
In Marlboro, Oct. 31, Henry Bellows.
In Bartonsvllle, Oct. 27, Alva D. Dun
In Bellows Falls, Nov, ' 2, Miss Ethel
In Walllngford, Oct. 31, E. I. Kllburn of
Bellows Falls, 32.
In Hinsdale, N. H Oct. 25, Nelson
Barrett, iti years, c months.
In East Jamaica, Oct.- 25, the two-months-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
In Chesterfield, N. H Oct. 25, Joseph
C. Hubbard, 81 years, 8 months and 10
In Los Angeles., Cal., Oct. 11, Frank
M. Williams, only son of tho late Edward
and Emellne (Mixer) Williams, 40.
In Greenfield, Mass., Oct. 29, Mrs.
Rozella Brlggs, wife of C. A. Briggs of
In Greenfield. Mass., Oct. 27, Mrs. James
Parks, 72, widow of William Parks and
a former resident qf Bellows Falls..
Dean's Rheumatic PHI absolutely cure rheu.
matlsm & neuralgia. Entirely vegetable. Safe-
The well .known strengthening properties of
nun, cuinumcu wim oincr ionics ana a mosi
perfect nervine, are found in Carter's Iron
Pills,, which strengthen the nerves and body,
and improve the blood and complexion.
Prof. B. Geo. Wilki
tilssssssssssssssff frBWi .SL'nltZ
Vermont's Great Healer,
Makes cures during the past week
that surprise the medical faculty!.
One man given up to die with ap
pendicitis was treated and cured.
This makes three cases of appendicitis
cured without the aid of medicine or
the knife In the past week.
One young woman who has been a
cripple 14 years Is. walking the streets
without crutch or cane. Speech re
stored for a young woman. Hearing
for an elderly man. Sight for an old
lady. Rheumatism cured for another.
Prof. Wtlklns Invites your Investi
gation. Ife does not need to enumer
ate the cures made by his wonderful
power dally. He can demonstrate to
you what his powerful magnetism
can do. Will you give him the chance
or will you suffer?
Remember ha Is at Brattleboro every
Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Ellis House, Keene. N. H., Mondays,
Tuesdays and Wednesdays. No
medicine,' no knife. He guarantees
cures where doctors and medicine have
A. STEIGER & CO., Holyoke, Mass.
Individuality which is attainable through an incomparable variety of effects
1 . I"0 15 ," t0 b6 PraCUcal,jr au"rantce t0 woman wZXffS
new garment section, on the 3rd floor, that she will have her taste exactly auited!
womLhMe "TheWhat" about E"ts that should appeal to every
v "J r' .Y0U wouldn,t hMlt4te a minute about coming to this section if
you should see the values which we offer. All our Mil.lnery is manufac ured in
styie,WLZSrS-?!fh, meaM that M tAoughtfurstudy ismade of the
styles, and that the materials are the best which can be purchased.
when tJJSuw HT "J" knW C Charm f a Walst wU1 be "ghted
when they visit this new department, filled to overflowing with the new, pretty
styles, which are so prevalent this season.
WAISTS OF ALBATROSS. WAISTS OF VEILING
WAISTS OF MOHAIR. WAISTS OF CHIFFON.
WAISTS OF TAFFETA.
and floor, is one of the sections that appeals strongly to every woman. The
dainty, snowy white garments, exquisitely made and prettily trimmed with
laces, Hamburgs and ribbons, are shown in great profusion.
A. STEIGER & CO., Holyoke, Mass.
Steiq-Blocli Smart Overcoats
Hi iiBI-aM"sBLV: svist kw
iLV . UsH iiiir
No nuttons 5Q0
Natural Wool, dollar value, 79c
Fleece Lined, j , , 42c
Adozonklndsof Undorwear. S1.00
I Never in our history
have we . hadj'suchl
values inM .
as we are showing
Over 300 to choose from at this price. Others as low as $5, as high as
$25. We will be glad to have you trade here, where money counts for
its true worth.
E. J. FENTON & CO.
CLOTHING. HATS. SHOES.
EVERYTHING MAN OR BOY WEARS.
flouofttoK & Simohds
The Great Suit and Coat Department
Occupying the whole of our 2nd floor, now contains the greatest stock of the season. More new coats and
suits than have ever been gotten together before in one store in Brattleboro. You surely will find what
you want in choosing from a gathering so extensive as this in numbers and styles. Scores of new
uco'S"&' C1""ying e last xnougnts or the season, came in from the makers within the past few days.
All our Stein-Bloch Overcoats with velvet collars are fitted with the
Stein-Bloch Protek, which keeps your velvet overcoat collar from soiling
your linen collar. Can you imagine any greater boon to overcoat wearers
than this ? Only coats with this label have the Protek.
Headquarters for Underwear.
All designs and prices.
50c to $3. "
C. A. McRAE.
Fashionable Clothier and Haberdasher. Cash, and One Price to Everyone
New Winter Coats
Just received A splendid as
sortment of new Loose Back,
Empire and Vassar Coats for
young ladies In all the new
grey, green and brown mixtures
$5.98 tO $20.00.
A salesman from one of New York's
largest garment manufacturers will be
here all day tomorrow, Saturday, with a
full line of samples. He will be glad to
give all information, take special orders,
or sell from his stock.
of Every Age.
Infants' long, white coats of bedford
cords and silks, . . . $1.00 to $S.g8.
Infants white walking coats,
$1.00 to $0.98.
Children's eiderdown coats, plain colors
and fur trimmed, . . $1.50 to $3.98.
Dobson's bearskin coats, wear war
ranted, white, squirrel color, brown
and red, for 1 to 6 yrs., $3.50 to $8.50.
Crushed plush coats, ages 2 to 7 years,
all colors, $3.98 and $4.g8.
Krimmer Coats, Fur Trimmed Coats,
Of excellence that for more than 30 years
has characterized Gold Seal Rubbers, is still
faithfully maintained and these goods now,
as always, are recognized as the best that
can, be produced in rubber footwear. The
reason for this exceptional merit is easy.
Gold Seal Rubbers
Are made from Para rubber only, and ab
solutely no shoddy or reclaimed rubber
enters into their compound. Exclusive
sale in Brattleboro by
FRED S. KNIGHT,
82 MAIN STREET.
For boys and men. The largest assortment in this
90c, S1 , $1 .50, $2, S2.50, $3, $4, $5.
KNIT JACKETS, $3 and $5.
$1.50, $2, $2.50 and $3.
Gloves and Mittens.
We give you the benefit we get in being the
largest buyers of this class of goods in New England.
All our orders were placed last June and we have
the goods at the same low prices as last season.
Fancy Shirts. Flannel Shirts.
The best assortment we ever had. Prices
UNION SUITS $1, $1.50, $2.
Prices and quality guaranteed against the world.
Hi' P. WELLMAN & CO.
ARE YOU A SATISFIED USER OF A
If not, why not?
There is nothing better made. '
We are now showing a great variety
of Glenwood Ranges and Heating Stoves
for either wood or coal. .iUwill pay to inr
vestigate same. ' - . v
EMERSON & SON,
ETerythlng for Housekeeping. a and 4 'Main' St.,' Brattleboro, Vt.