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THE VERMONT PHOENIX, BRATTLE BOJRO, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1905.
IN WINDHAM COUNTY
Alvln White of Nowfano has moved his
family to a part of II. I.. Eddy's house. Ho
will work for Mr. Eddy on his log Job.
E. E. Bnrrett preached In tho Baptist
church Sunday, nnd tho society has given
him a call to becomo the pastor. Ho will
decide, next week.
C. J. Ferguson, secretary of tho Vermont
Anti-Saloon league, spoko In tho Metho
dist church Sunday and showed In a plain,
honest way why people should do away
with the saloon.
Tho pastor will preach In the Methodist
church at the usual hour Sunday. All
lovers of truth nnd of a sano and healthy
Christianity nro Invited to como nnd co
opcrato with him In tho overthrow of
narrow, bigoted sectarianism In this llttlo
community, nnd to bring Uio few Chris
tians here together for Christian service.
Tho Baptist society Is making repairs
on tho chapel.
Mrs. S. Sparks Is a guest of Mrs. Mary
Metcalf this week.
E. IT. Pratt will movo his fnmlly thlJ
week to Brattleboro, where ho has work
for the winter.
Mrs C. II. Jackson of North Springfield,
"this state, Is a guest of her daughter,
airs. U, 11, ClmmhorR,
Bible day was observed (It thn Baptist
church last Sunday with appropriate exer
cises by the Children nnd Cthers; In
stead of the regular prenchlm? remarks
wcro made by Kev. a. II. Chambers.
Sunday school was held at tho usual hour.
Miss Ethel Howo of Marlboro Is work
lng for C. E. Mann.
Thero wero no services Inst Sunday on
account of tho nbsenca of tho pastor.
Mrs. Frank Snyder of Jacksonville hns
been visiting her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs.
D. W. Burrlngton.
Henry Prouty, fireman at tho Davis &
Boglo mill, was obliged to return to his
home on account of sore eyes.
Mr. nnd Mrs. II. W. Estabrook nnd
daughter, Adella, went to North Thetford
last week, where they will spend tho win
C. T. Iteed was In town over Sunday.
E. II. Brown has been repairing his
Thero will bo no service nt tho church
Mrs. S. B. Craddock has returned from
a short visit out of town.
Mrs. G. A. Sheldon of Greenfield, Mass.,
is visiting her mother, Mrs. Jcnnlo Patch.
Mr. and Mrs. Willis Bay, Misses Mabel
and Florence Hay and C. B. Crosby at
tended the funeral of Mr. Hubbard In
West Chesterfield Tuesday.
Tho cellar has been dug out nnd tho
foundation wall has been completed for
tne schoomouse near the church, which
the town voted to move.
Frank Wilder is cutting down the maple
trees beside tho highway next to his
farm. They were set out for shade trees
by I. O. Haven nbout 40 years ago.
The funeral of Burton Perry Sunday
afternoon was largely attended. Although
an Invalid several years ho will be greatly
missed by a large circle of friends and
acquaintances. His nged parents have
tho sympathy of all In their deep ntillction.
Rev. J. D. King officiated at the funeral
and tho burial was In Putney.
Tho Grange meeting Tuesday evening
was In charge of tho unmarried mem
bers, who gave nn excellent literary pro
gram and occupied the officer's stations.
This Grange will hold a fair, open to tho
public, on the date of Its next mecing.
Nov. 2S. Useful and fancy articles will
be for sale and thero will be a supper of
an old-fashioned New England bolletl
dish. Admission will bo free, but thero
will bo a small chargo for the supper.
George Tuttlo Is moving to the Frank
Tho ladies' aid society met Wednesday
with Mrs. Washer.
Mrs. Charles Wilson and son, Robert,
ore visiting in Springfield, Mass.
Mr. and Mrs. Wnllace Wilson have re
turned to their homo after visiting sev
eral weeks In Massachusetts.
Mr. Pike finished a very successful
term of st-hmi xcnn.iot, -w..u ,. .
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nrnm!Ullf2ted by b0th teacher nnd
pupils. The register Miows a (rood at
tendance. It is hoped that Mr Pike will
return for the winter term "
The ladies' circle will mcot at tner
rooms next Thursday at Id a. m.
Mrs. Will Baker returned Sunday from
a three weeks' visit with her parents in
Mrs. Arthur Tcaw visited Mrs. C. D.
Whitman at tho county farm In West
Schools in district No. 5, Baker dis
trict, Andrews district, Guilford Centre
and district No. 11 closed Friday.
Mrs. Margaret Bennett of Brattleboro
and Miss Nellie Miller of Miller, Iowa,
visited at S. M. Bullock's this week.
Twenty-one members of the Unlversallst
ladles' society wero entertained by Mr
and, Mrn. F. L, Miussck I. r
Churstfav al u. i . " Brattleboro
occasion very much.
Kirk Crosby of Dummerston and John
Tyler of tho soldiers' home In Bennington,
spent most of last week at David Baker's
hunting. Six coons wcro captured, four
being taken one night.
P. L, Wellman of this" town and W. A.
tv"ood of Putney haVe bought and shipped
1100 barrels bf winter apples and Mr.
Wellmttn has shipped nlno carloads of cider
apples. Most of this fruit has been boucht
from farmers In Guilford,
The program for the next regular
Grange meeting Is as follows: Music; read
ing Mrs. L. J. Huntley; description of
tho process of making shot, James Thayer;
reading, Mrs. Lula Goodnow; song, Mrs.
Mary E. Bullock; rending. Miss Florence
I. Jaqueth; question, "What docs tho
farmer need most at the present day to
make his business a success, improved
machinery or Intelligent farm help?";
Tho ladles' aid and benevolent society
will hold a social with Mrs. W. J. Vile
Friday, Nov. 24, afternoon and evening.
All aro invited.
For Over Sixty Yuri.
Mrs. Wtnslow's Soothing Syrup has been
used lor over 60 years by million! of mother!
I their children while teething, with perlecl
success. It soothes the child, lofteni the
gums, allays all pain, cures wind colic and is
the best remedy for diarrhoea. It will relieve
the poor little sufferer immediately. Sold by
druggists In every part oi the world. Twen-
JrV.hve SSP". .00!.,le- l,e ,ur nd "It for
"Mrs. Window's Soothing Syrup," and take
Vo other kind.
Poultry Food Aoents Wanted.
AcrAntR WfintAd mm i-.,. V. . . 11
Page's Perfected Poultry Food. If It
Is not for sale In your village, write the
manufacturer, C. 8. PAGE, Hyde Park,
Vt for terms to agents. Agents take no
risk, as the food Is guananteed to give
entire satisfaction In every case, and any
not sold mny be returned. It la an article
of genuine merit, and can be conscien
tiously commended to poultrymen.
Harsh purgative remedies are fast giv
ing way to the gentle action and mild ef
fects of Carter's Little Liver Pills If
you try them they will certainly please
Alfred Orcutt has been 111 tho past week
with n mild run of fever.
Miss Etta Illgley, who spent tho summer
nt Fishers Island, nrrlved homo on Mon
day. Mrs. Jesso Woalhcrhcnd will entertain
tho ladles' society at her homo on Thurs
day nftcrnoon, Nov. 23. Everybody Is
cordially Invited to nttend.
Tho social held at tho homo of Mrs.
Frank Johnson last week was well attend
ed, nnd tho music, readings, recitations
nnd Bongs made up n program which was
enjoyed by all.
Mrs. Luther C. Jlllson, who hns been
confined to the bed with Illness tho past
six years, was able to take a carriage
ride last Sunday for tho first time In all
these years. Her friends nro glad to learn
of her improvement nnd hopo for com
Watson DoWolfe cntcrtnlned a party
of 12 relatives nnd friends Sunday.
Mrs. A. S. Gallup Is spending somo tlmo
In Brattleboro wflh her son, Perry Gallup.
Henry Lyndo has gono to West Loyden
to work In tho box factory a few weeks.
Luke Wrlsley has bought tho E. W.
Legate place nnd will take possession this
A. J. Brnckett nnd family have moved
from tho E. W. Legato place to tho W. A.
Mr. nnd Mrs. David Itobblns were sum
monnd Tupsdnv tn Hudson Punlm V IT
I UlS BUtMon death of Jt)ejr daughter,
Mrs. Pcrley Smr.2,
Miss Lottie Mnther kiwnt Sunday at
Mr. and Mrs. Houghton nro In town
Miss Harriet Brnyman Is visiting In
urmuuuoro nils weeK.
Mrs. Cotton Mather of Holyoko Is visit
lng nt G. C. Hleley's.
Ilev. H. H. Shaw Is spending n few days
In Bellows Falls and vicinity.
Affra Ryder has moved his family to tho
Gilbert Stnnley place for the winter.
Miss Marlon Hall of Bo3ton nnd Mrs.
Alta Barber of Greenfield nro the guests
ui .mis. uenry wiuincy.
Mrs. J. G. Whiting, who had been visit
lng her daughter, Mrs. H. II. Shaw, rc
turned to Bellows Falls Tuesday.
Joseph Johnson and Charles Houghton
of West Brattleboro aro putting a steel
ruoi on mo nouse owned by Bradley
A pretty wedding occurred nt tho par
sonnge Tuesday morning, when Perry Z.
Whitney, eldest son of II. F. Whitney, nnd
Miss Alice M..Enmes, daughter of I M.
Fames. wer unltml In mnrH-n.n ia..
11. 11. Shaw. After a brief wedding trip
wiey win maKo uieir Home with Mr. and
Mrs. 11. F. Whitney.
J. E. White, who has been sick the past
two weeks, Is Improving.
Mr. nnd Mrs. H. M. Abbott went Tues
day to Boston for a ten days' visit.
Mr. nnd Mrs. A. R Button are visiting
their daughter, Mrs. Kingston, in Bellows
Mrs. Myra Vaughan, who has spent tho
summer nt A. A. Goodell's, has gono to
Woodstock for the winter.
L. M. Lawrence has recently built n
porch on tho front of his house, adding
much to tho appearance of the place.
Fiftieth Wedding Anniversary of Mr. and
Mrs. Henry A. Wlllard.
Washington, D. C, Post. Nov. 7.
An nftcrnoon reception far beyond ordi
nary Interest took placo yesterday, when
Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry A. Wlllard celebrated
their golden wpdillnir nt thn r,u.
dence on K street. This spacious nnd
nospiuioio nome was decorated throughout
Its entire first Hoor In the most gorgeous
Of CTOlden PlirVS.'lrtthomi!T.a mna . V,
sent by friends from far and near and alt
ue.inng messages or good will.
ThC llOHt flnil Imntottct Imlh
and hanoy. received, nmld
cr of nutumn foIago and chrysanthe
mum.-!, in mo wesi Hrawtng-room. Mrs.
Wlllard. with whom time Una ,ini
Erentlv. wore n Uornmim tnwn r.r n...
satin and tho same Jewels worn at her
wcaumg, ametnysts nnd pearls, supple
mented by a tlft of a diamond brooch
from hor hnahnnrl Npyt tn lhn i.n..iAfl.
stood her young daughter-in-law, former
ly Miss Helen Parker, of this city, tho
wife of Mr. Henry Kellogg Wlllard, whoso
marriage took place also on November 6,
but just four years sc.
Of wb; crepe with white lace, atld
pearl and diamond ornaments, Including a
handsome brooch frorrt her fnther-ln-law,
presented yesterday. Other members of
tho receiving party wero Mrs. A. M. Chllds
of Kansas City, Mo., who was Mrs. Wil
lard's bridesmaid fifty years ago; Mrs.
Georgo M. Brayton, of this city, and tho
two small irrnndsons nf thn tioqf nnrf
hostess, Henry Augustus, Jr., aged three
years, and a boy baby in his nurse's nrms.
Mr. Wlllard opened a box of the wed
ding cake of fifty years ago, which had
been hermetically sealed. It was found
to bo in good state of preservation, and
this was passed by the host to Mrs. Wll-
a Ul? la!jJcs ot 11,0 receiving party
nnfl Ir.Imato friends. Mrs. Wlllard wore
a pin which was worn by her mother
seventy-five years ago, also a pin worn
at her fortieth anniversary wedding1,
The company Included several hundred
friends, chiefly from resident and business
circles, with which Mr. Wlllard has been
identified throughout his Washington
career, A buffet luncheon wns served
from 4 until 7 o'clock. In tho library
wero a number of gifts sent to mark the
day, n beautiful service of gold spoons,
with other articles of table or toilet use,
and many choice pieces of crystnl and
gold. A much-appreciated floral gift was
a hugo bouquet of Golden Gate roses and
yellow orchids, sent by Mrs. C. C. Wll
lard In memory of her late husband, who
had served as his brother's groomsman.
The mnrrlago of Mr. nnd Mrs. Wlllard
took place nt Westminster, Vt., tho brldo
being a Miss Kellogg, of that place..
D. M. Canedy will hnve a Thanksgiving
dance on the evening of Nov. 30,
Miss Vclmn Canedy began tho winter
term of school In district No. 3 last Mon
day, Tho Methodist ladles' aid society will
hold their annual fair, festival and sup
per Friday, Dec, 8,. afternoon and evening.
Miss Estella Butterfleld, teacher In tho
high school, Invited her scholars to visit
her Friday evening. Every pupil was
present and enjoyed a very pleasant even
ing. Miss If. Frances Hnccerty of Shutes-
bury, Mass., has finished her school In
district No. 1 and returned to her home.
Miss Haggerty has taught nearly three
years In town with marked success.
W. C. Mason of Pawlct, who for 25 years
has sold cows to people In this vicinity,
was In town this week. Mr. Mason has
had success In trusting poor people, taking
ciaim notes, ana his losses this way have
oeen very small.
Farmers have fared well the past year.
There, has been a great call for cows at
very high prices, sheep and wool are high
and apples aro scarce everywhere but
nere. Apples are selling here now from
zz to sz.ou per barrel and the price Is go
Allie, wn of Levi Mitchell, living In the
eage or itaurax, down North river from
this village, had one lee broken Inst Rnt.
urday by a tog rolling upon It while he was
getting wood. Dr. A. W, Thomas reduced
the fracture nnd tho young man seems to
uq uoing wen.
Village School Closed with Successful
Closing exercises of tho vlllngo school
which took placo nt Union hall on Fri
day evening mndo a very pleasing enter
tainment, considered tho best of Its kind
given hero In Into years. Evldenco of
careful drill by tho teacher, Miss Hortcnso
Swltzcr, was shown In tho various num
bers, nnd tho pupils responded with
promptness and accuracy. Following Is
Instrumental music, Ruth Wellman,
Chnrlotto Davlcs nnd Marcus Wellman.
Prayer, C. L. Hescock.
Quartet, "Sleep, Lady, Sleep," C. L.
Hescock, W. L. Mlcott, Georgo Batchcl
der, W. T. Bruce.
Recitation, "A School-boy's Heroism,"
Recitation, "Kitty Knew," Arllno Gray.
Recitation, "The Llttlo Brown Dog,"
Song, "It Never rays," School.
Recitation, "Tho Inventor's Wife,"
Recitation, "Tho Elf Man," Wilbur
Recitation, "Tommy's School." Bcsslo
Music, "Tho Robin's Song," Florenco
Hall. Fray Ballou, May Landfenr, Nclilo
Recitation. "When Papa's Sick," Mar
Exercise, "Sorry Little Children," Wini
fred Mnhcr, Mary nnd Edyth Duvlcs.
Main Otinrtet. "Slnmbor Rntt i
Panicmlmo, "Grandmother's Tea
flw,!'.atlon, "Tho Hobby-Horso War
nor, ' Itlcharu nnd Lewis Whltnker.
T!nnttnttrn "Xtnirnr a Trln " Tlnlt, flnv
Music, "Whip-poor-will Song," Florenco
Unit. Nellie Hamlin, Frny Ballou, May
ijiinuieiir, .wary unu .uywi uuvius,
PhVHrirnl fTnlttirn rjrlll
Itecltatlon, "Jim Has His Doubts,"
Recitation, "Noises In tho Night,"
v inurru Ainncr.
Song, "Twlnkfe. twinkle, little stnr."
Rendlmr. "T.llx rtv nml livlnnnn.int, "
Recitation. "Vec Bessie's Mistake,"
Recitation, "On Grandpa's Farm,"
Recitation. "The Curing of William
hicks, Tny naiiou.
Recitation, "No Tlmo for Trifles,"
Song, "Never Troublo Trouble."
Mary nnd Edyth Davles, Winifred Mnhcr.
liccuniion, ".Meuciiesomo Mottle," Mny
Recitation, "A Mortifying Mistake,"
Recitation, "After School," Florenco
Violin duet, Charlotte Dnvlca, Marcus
Pantomime. "My faith looks up to
Hire, i-my liaiinti, Florenco Hall, Chnr
lotto D.lVins. Until U'Kllmgn
Song, "Bring back my schooldays to
nn.-, icuiu iiamun, f lorenco Hall, May
i.4i nui car.
Pupils who received certificates for per
fect attendance during tho fnll term
taught by Miss Swltzer arc Florence Hall,
Nellie Hamlin, Lucy Davis, Edyth Davles,
Winifred Mnher. Doweso DeWItt
Richard Vatk and Lewis Whlttaker. Mnry
Davles was perfect in attendance with
tho exception of one tardy mark. School
In Hlvcrslde. No. 3. taught by Miss Alces
tls W. Wheeler closed on Friday, Nov.
10. Pupils having neither nbscnt nor
tardy mnrks are Ix;na Randall. Helen.
Mnlvlna and Louis Bills, Marlon White
nnd Mnb.1 Hazelton. Shirley Thayer,
Gertrude Brown, Cora nnd Clara Win
chester were not tardy.
Fred Burllngamc is working at tho Inn.
Miss Lucy Scranton is assisting at
Some of the railroad workmen rti
boarding at Nowfano Inn.
Mrs. Day of Jamaica was a guest this
wcek at Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith's.
W. C. Ballou's cider and Jelly mill has
discontinued running for the season.
Lewis II. Hlgglns supplied this week
for Station Atrent Mclenilv In Smith r-
W. r. Brum will rrn In Rnclnn.flol.i
Hatunl.iy to make nrrangemenLs for enter-
iiik a uusiness college.
Another temporary house Is added to
tho CummlmrH lirnthom rotnn,, r m
men ncross West river.
MrS. I.Ott1c Cnlltim mniAIl n ...
County House, has gone to her homo In
i.iniuu, uner u snort Hindoo
Mrs. Abbott, mnllm- r
Dayls, with whom she Is now l'lvlngTls
visiting in North Londonderry.
Rev. N. S. Moore of Cromwell. Conn.,
Is exnectel tn lu.in v.ta '
. ,, ,,. "" iiamuiiuu over
tho Congregational church on next Sun-
Landlords James Smiley and O. O.
Davis took possession respectively of
Newfane Inn and tho County House last
Mrs. Byard of Marlboro, Mass., former
ly of Peru, this state, was the guest of
her cousin, Mrs. H. J. Batcheldcr, last
Mr. and Mrs. Alvln White have moved
from district No. 4 to Herman Eddy's
house In Brookline, where Mr. White Is
Of 13 pupils In the union school, teacher
Rev. F. M. Wlswoll, who applied the oyo
test, five wero defective In sluht lnstnrwi
of one, as the report gave It last week.
Mrs. A. GrOUt'S Cat. "Tlmnthv" .n
known tor Its peculiar limp caused by
adventure with a trap, has returned to
"a iiume ier nn unexplained absence of
Therti had been a marked Improvement
fdP a Week In the condition of Mrs. W. ir.
Newton of Walllngford, Conn., who wns
In a critical condition for two Weeks
after another surgical operation.
Tho Newfnno Grange meeting KftV. 22
will bo for tho children. Thn vVMnir will
bo spent In games and Other Amusements.
ah tne cniiurcn aro Invited. Cake, sand
wiches and coftco will bo served.
Benny Oulmette, . railroad man on a
working train, received a badly sprained
ankle and somo other Injuries as a result
of an engine getting oft tho track on tho
depot grounds. He was taken to the Inn
and cared for there until ho could bo taken
to his homo In Brattleboro.
Ono of our summer guests, James Hol
land Nowton, son of .Charles M. Newton
of Orlando, Fla., formerly of Newfane, has
moved from Hartford to Wlnsted, Conn.,
where ho Is manager of a clothing storo
under direction of a proprietor who runs
six similar stores in Massachusetts and
Nowfano readers aro glad to seo the
notes of warning against reckless slaugh
Timely and Valuable Suggestions.
Many people, especially women who
lead closely confined domestlo lives, suffer
mm wnui an general terms is called
nervousness," Among all forms of treat
ment none has ever approached in success
the intelligent use of Dr. David Kennedy's
Favorite Remedy, of Rondout, N. V
which promotes an easy and natural
action of the digestive organs and Imparts
vwa.a ij Ktiv iici vuua system.
Profit In Poultry Food.
The best evidence thnt thr ! ,nnu
In feeding Poultry Food Is the fact that
uie must successful poultrymen use It
extensively. B. L. Brown, who Is prin
cipal of Sherman Collegiate Institute,
Morlah, N. Y.. Is also something of a
Poultrv Fnnrlpr Dnn A n,v. n i.
about Poultry Food! "I have used 'Page's
Perfected Poultry Food' for five years
with entire satisfaction snd would not
be without it For growing chicks and
luying fowls It Is a very superior food."
Prompt rellefln sick headache, illzzzl
ness, nausea, constipation, pain In the
side, guaranteed to those using Carter's
Little Liver Pills. One n dose. Small
price. Small dose. Small plll,
ter of spruco trees for Christmas decora
tions given by Tho Phcenlx and other
papers. Tho nrtlclcs of' Instructor Clifton
I). Howo of Blltmoro school of forestry,
North Carolina, have helped to form
sentiments on tho subject In general In
his nntlvo town.
Mattle, 3, daughter of Georgo nnd Mabel
Wlswall Orlswold, was taken to tho Brat
tleboro Memorial hospital last wcek for
operation upon an cyo. Tho child Wan
a weakling nnd survived only a few days,
dying nt tho hospital. Thero aro two
older nnd two younger children In tho
family, who llvo upon tho Ichabod Wls
wall plnce with Mrs. Eliza Wlswall and
her son, Samuel, who also has a fnmlly
of young children.
Mrs. Hnn'nnh Willis Howe, wife of James
Howe, died Tuesday night nt tho ugo of
71 years, after a painful illness of several
months' duration. Her ndoptcd daughters,
Mrs. Frank Walto of Brattleboro, and Mrs.
Samuel Morso of this town, wcro In nt
tendance at tho last, as well as from
tlmo to tlmo previously. Frank II6wo of
Brattleboro was brought up from nn In
fant by Mr. and Mrs. Howe. Mrs. Lizzie
Rand of Townshend nsslsted In tho caro
of1 Mrs. Howe. Tho funeral will bo held
today nt the house. In respect to mother
ly love, given to six or more children, not
her own, Mrs. Howo was a rcmnrkablo
woman. Will Howo nnd Edgar White nro
the latter boys of her care.
Rev. Ralph E. Danforth, formerly of the
local Congregational pastorate, has no
cepted n call to Newtown, Conn., where
tho church membership Is 150, nnd salary
J1000. Tho Congregational Year book re
ports tho church as giving nbout $400
to tho six general objects of benevolences
In the order and J760 to "nil other" ob
jects, nn for tho latter which Is
very unusual In the reports. Tho church
has a fund of 1(900, Mr. Pnnforth wns
ordained nnd Installed here In 100t, H
was thg first local Installation In 60 yenrn. :
The pastor resigned U tak'e Ills wife to
Laiirorn" ;br her health nnd afterward
succeeded to the union parish of Wad
hnm's Mills and Lewis, N. Y., nnd last
spring his health having given wny from
repented attacks of grip he took nn ex
tended sea voyage with his family.
Mrs. O. P. Morso Is visiting her brother.
c K. lirown.
W. A. Wheeler of Rutland, Mass., wns
in town Tuesday.
Michael Doherty of Agnwnm Is visit
ing friends In town.
Miss Vane of tho Parish school closed
her work thero on Wednesdny.
Mrs. J. E. Morse returned Monday
from n visit In Massachusetts.
Mrs. S. 11. Morso wns called tn New
fnno Tuesday on nccount of tho lllneos of
A meeting will he held next Thursday
evening nt tho South Branch schoolhouse
nt 7.30 o clock.
There will be a meeting at tho Parish
schnolhouso Tuesday evening of next wcek
at 7.311 oclock.
A missionary meeting will lie held next
htiixlay evening. In which several persons
The Thanksgiving service nt tho Bap
tist cnurcli will be held on the Sunday
preceding Thanksgiving day, Nov. 26.
Theie was a very Interesting service
List hunday evening, when the pastor.
Rev. Mr. Swart, preached from tho text.
"I am the light of tho world," Illustrating
ins tiiiK ny cnnuics.
Mrs. Alice A. Mors- of Brnttlcboro
closed a very successful term of school
Saturday. Pupils who were neither absent
nor tardy aro Mary Adams, Richard
Adams. Ray Brooks. Ernest Bailey, Jennie
Hescock, John Lester and Ruby Ingram;
those not absent, Leone and Floyd Ing
ram. C. E. Brown closed his school at Brook
sldo last Friday. Ethel Powers, Peurle
nnd Bona Greenwood have been without
ubsent or tardy marks. Those nbRent,
but not tardy, are Hcna and Minnie
Powers, Florenco Knnpp, Annie Wortmnn,
Leono Powers, Ethel Hownrd. Harry
Whltakor, Ion Knnpp, Eugene Hutleld
and llcrmmi Parsons,
Hazel Howard Is wnrklnir fnr Mm ir i.-
Ixil.l Cobb unu nt hor nnnW. nnn
Cobb's, over Sunday.
The South Hill sehnnl lenrhor la kin,,l.
lng nt Dr. O. V. Hellion's.
Mrs. Edith Ttrk-lnm lm ...... Ill
duys, is nblo to bo out ajrnln.
Ufa. A. I- Wlmntnr I. ..I.lll l.n l
ier, airs, ruuini otctson, in Greenfield.
Harry Wheeler of Bondvllle visited his
uncle, A, L. Wheeler, Saturday nnd Sun
day, A. L, Wheeler nnd son take their meals
at the hotel during tho nbsenco of Mrs.
James Lackey, who has been ill. is
more comfortablo and sits up a short time
Mr T. F. Johnson of Brattleboro Is
staying with Mrs. Mnry Bliss n few
weeks, as Mrs. Bliss Is In poor health.
Mrs. Walter Lelth who was with her
mother, Mrs. Mary Bliss, a few days,
has returned to her home In Greenfield,
frft A T. WHov nf TinilnnilArrv lino
bouirllt nf Genrfrn Wllllfima HtA t.1nA Yi'VitM.
ho purchased not long ngo of II. C. Ben-
wn. .Mrs. wuey win move hero soon.
The A. Z. club will meet nt thij Vestry
Thursday nflernnnn Itfrti-.
organize, nnd will wrv a chicken pie
supper In tho evening from 6 to 8 o'clock,
nfter which . A rShort entertainment will
be given. All nr r,nii i,.u.i .
como afternoon nnd evening.
Mrs. It. L. Rico was ill Inst wcek. v i.
Thn ladles snelnl rlreln will
M. L. Rico s next Thursday.
Mrs. Alvir. Johnson of Marlboro nnd
?.rpr i" ? Newfatiq recently visit-
Mrs. I.lmna Whltn --. .
tllll OMII, joun, ot
Newfnno recently visited Mrs. White's
uuuKim-r, aim. r, it AdnmS.
Mrs. Robert has returned from Fair
Hnven. wher , .
, , " ""v nun wen curing ior
her sister, Mrs. Crowley, and n little son.
... . . . ll0DertB entertnlned somo of his
llttlo friends on his sixth birthday an
niversary. Refreshments nnd a good tlmo
The Blblo day exercises wero Interesting
nnd the children did well In speaking
and singing. Miss Ircno Allen sang a
solo. A collection wns taken. Miss Ethel
Eddy will nnve charge of next Sunday
Pupils of the vlllngo school who had no
absent marks nro .Lillian Redfleld, Lcono,
Maud nnd Hlal Robinson, Frank Fish
Myrtle Boyd, Bernard Newell; onco ex
cised, Ross Newell; one day nhscnt. Rnlph
Pike. Alice Boyd, Leland NeWoll; ono
hnlf day nhsent, after Joining school, Mirth
Pike; ono day, Bernlce Boyd; most stars
In writing contest, Bernico Boyd, Floyd
and Leone Robinson, Lillian Redfleld;
most head mnrks, class A, Bernico Boyd;
class B, Floyd Robinson; class C, Bernard
Newell. Each scholar had a souvenir
Georgo Ellis of Jnmalca has moved to
the W. B. Howard house.
F.; L. Ellis is here with a gang of men,
cutting logs for Holden & Martin.
Mrs. M. P. Lawrence, who hns been In
a feeblo condition all summer, Is falling.
Mrs. S. VS. Wllllnms and Mrs. O, L.
Phillips of Orange, Mnss., nnd Rev. and
iVT CahVl of. ntsadsboro, aro visiting at
E. W. Holden's.
Tommy Jones "You ask how a boy can
hesJ '""rn to be holpful to his parents
and his brothers and slaters." "That's
easy, Tommy. let him become the presl
,HL of. n frreRt Insurance company."
Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Hugh Holhrook Is building an Ice house.
Mrs. Llzzlo Barber Is visiting In Brat
tleboro. Nlles Hownrd recently visited old friends
A. A. Blood was nt homo over Sunday
111 with a severe, cold.
Miss Bertha Phillips hns gone to tho
County IIouho to work.
Georgo Dunham of Grafton visited his
son, Edwnrd, last week.
, Frank Phelps's parents from Chester
spent Sunday with him.
John Allbco of Saxtons River wns at
Edgar Allbeo's last week.
Leonard Frazlcr has returned to his
homo In Amsterdam, N. Y.
Plenso hand In what nown you havo
for The Phnenlx on Tuesday.
Mr. Cono has returned from a visit to
Londonderry and other towns.
Guy Dutton Is working for J. C. Taft
nnd Is boarding nt Martin Sparks's.
Mrs. Cheney of Bclolt. Wis., Is visiting
her daughter, Mrs. C. 11. Wlllard.
Ono new member was added to tho
Congregational church last Sunday.
Tho winter term of tho village school
began Monday with tho same teachers.
Mrs. Faulkner and daughter, Ernestine,
of Whltlngham nro nt Rockwell Davis's,
Eleven new members recently havo been
taken Into the Christian Endeavor society.
Miss Adams, n student nt tho seminary,
was 111 laBt week nnd under tho doctor's
Mrs. H. Wlnslow has Iwen making re
pairs on her house, Harrison Eddy doing
Mrs. Marsliall Martin of Bellows Fulls
ciimo Sunday to visit her daughter, Mrs.
ifrs. John I Byard of Southboro, Mass.,
In visiting at Herbert Evans's nnd calling
on friends In town,
Jcnnlo McCoy went last week to Lon
donderry to visit her brother, who Is 111,
anil who was worse.
Mrs. Proscott and son. who have been
at tho Inn somo time, havo returned to
their home In Hoi yoke, Mass.
Mrs. W. II. Miles attended the meeting
nt Newfane when Mrs, Bangs was present
to inspect tne work of tho Relief corps.
The Congregntlonnl church sent J25 to
the American Board of Foreign Missions
rrom n church collection taken Sunday.
The Dorcas Guild furnished nn ex
cellent hash supper nt tho chapel Wed
nesday evening from 5 until 7.30 o'clock
A number of our farmers are carrying
the products of their farms to Bellows
Falls, where everything meets with ready
ttev. Mr. Meaelmm nnd -Mr. nnd Mrs.
Fred Randall attended the Sunday school
convention nt South Newfane nnd report
a kwki meeting.
Mr. Truesdell has Improved bis house
unu premises me past season, putting a
piazza on the front of the house and grad-
iiik niu Kruunus.
Sirs. Milton Thnyor has returned from
a fivo week. vUlt In r,i,ri.v.rt 1
other places in Massachusetts. The tlmo
in iteui wun relatives.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Martin Knne, who have
awn spcntiing several months nt John
Whltcomb's, left Tuesday morning for
.,mi Hume m itnouc isinnu.
One of the oldest houses In the village
on tho Edwin Harris place. Is being torn
down nnd the change will make a great
Improvement in thnt part of tho village.
Gilbert Boutell hns raised somo very
cood nnnlen flifa vm, .,.i,iAt. . - ,
In Bellows rails, where he has his regular
..u,-. .,-!, mmm no supplies with butter
and eggs nnd other farm produce. Ho
also has sold somo apples In this village.
J. II. Ware has had somo rocks blasted
out tho past week In tits meadow, which
havo blmleretl mnwlm. n-tt. , .
A. ,. Snow nnd Henry Twltchell did the
W".r , nns ma,,p Improvements In his
work! ' Evcre,t I'h",Ps doing tho
Work on thn Hlmm mill tt
vllle has begun. The addition will be
mndft on tlm nnrtl, el.tA .....
...,, . n.Mi.- iii uiu present
building nnd when nmninin.i ...
will bo moved to the lower part nnd tho
Industry "eW skowor
TlltTP ttns n vnn nnMn.i.-ii. . .
of tho Orange Friday evening. Nov. 10
All Who wero in 1 1 !- .
i . " i were present
2JHn.a iTry. e"J'a,,le "ctnl hour was
2; , M,,ch V cam,ro 's "Pocted to bo
derived from tho next meeting. Friday
evening. Nov. 24. gentlemen's nlehtf Tlie
social hour will be In charge of Dr. F L
vbv.., n. .Mdrsu nna Harry Franklin,
Mra. Jane Derry. whose death occurred
In Saxtons River, wns a nntlvo of this
town nnd nlwnys lived hero until her re
movnl to Saxtons River a year ago, Tho
tmdy was brought here for burial and tho
funeral wns held nt tho Baptist church
at 11 o'clock. Rev. Mr. Meacham
officiating. Those from out of town who
wcro present Included Mrs. Sarah Clay,
Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Bond of Guilford.
Mr. nnd Mrs. John Nichols nnd Clifford
Holbrook of Brattleboro.
Mrs. A. A. Blood returned Thursday
from a visit of two months In Plttsficld
Me., with her daughter, Mrs, Fred Land
man, whoso husband Is principal of tho
Maine Central Institute in that place. Mrs.
r.vcunc unii ana .Maaam van llvo there
and Mrs. Call Is one 6f the teachers In
Mr, Landman's school. Both Mrs. nnd
Xfndnm Call hold In pleasant remem
brance their stay of four years among us,
when tho Into Prof. Call was principal of
tho seminary. He was highly estecme-
us ii il-iiviii;, unu ug u limn.
Mrs, Hayden died very sudde-.V..
homo on tho farm five m'', ti ,
village Monday nlghL s;rt0 hft0 JlI8t ro.
'HT'' IT" ?'Slt L Brockton; MnpS.,
where she i had becj, several weeks with
friend. She wns troubled with nsthma
nnd Old not retire thnt night ns usual.
i 0n .tno Iounse, where sho waa
round dead In tho morning. Tho family
camo hero recently from Brockton, whom
Mr. Hnyden was a foreman In a shoe
fnctory. Besldps her husband Mrs. Hay
den lenves a son. and much sympathy Is
felt for them. Tho bodv was taken Wed
nesday morning to Brockton for burial.
A former resident of tho town, who
visited here tho jiast season, nnd n render
of Tho Phcenlx from week to week, said
In public how eagerly ho watched for Its
coming and how Interested ho wns In tho
nows that brought him In touch with
his friends hero. Ho said people hero
llttlo realize tho Interest thnt wns felt by
friends away In all thnt pertained to us
nnd that no Item, however trivial It might
seem to us, wns overlooked or uninterest
ing to them. Tho correspondent has re
ceived mnny letters from thoso who havo
gono from town expressing tho snmo In
terest nnd from strangers to tho writer
who had not lost their Interest In this
town that had Onco been their home. So
will you not accept this testimony from
those awny nnd not consider any Item
too smnll to hand In. for It Is no easy
task to preparo tho weekly news unless
you do, nnd wo nro sure the renders who
aro many miles awny would enjoy tho
greater variety of news wa could gtvo
them If everyone would bo helpful to the
State of Ohio, Pity of Toledo.
n7nVn.f. Che"eK makes oath that he Is
senior partner of the firm of F J. Cheney
5 Si1-' JnlnB business In Iho City of
rhntd?Al',nty ".n"1 S,nte fresnld .nnd
ni mmhu DOLLARS for enrh and every
thi'unl ofn,.1IT,,., 'i"' Pnnno ' "urePd by
the use of HhII's Cntnrrh Cure
. k . FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn tn before me nnd subserlhed In
A.V 186.Ce' thl8 6th dny Df Dmer!
,R, , A. W. QLKAFON.
fnP.?yrtarrh Cure ,s tZTZeX.
monlTs"f?efethe sys,fim' for e"-
a i , F J CHENEY ft CO. Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggists. 7Re
tlon " FnmUy pm for mnstlpa-
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