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THE VERMONT PHCEN1X, BRATTLEBORO, FRIDAY. AUGUST 4, 1911.
In tho forenoon nnd nftcrward to Join
them In tholr annual picnic which will
bo held on tho common In that village.
Mrs. D, A. Benson has a copy of the
Single Men v. Married Men
homo In Putney Sunday. L.i, vi ' Im 1913 v Wm. TTVasnndfln. It An Infnrpsttnir lmll irnmn was nlayed
Mr. Thayer of Brattleboro was a cuest g nn intcrostlnB book and contains UV, Saturday on tho local Held botweon tho
,t Mrs. D. S. Ballou'a over Sunday. tm.Ips. VIII. Fables with additional lea- Rlnclo men and mnrrled men of the town.
Work at the lead and silver mine near Bons otl domestic economy, and familiar' a Rood number of spectators witnessed
... ..i.i... .. I American snelllnc book by Noah Wcb-
Miss ,orenco crry visueu ui ,i,ii, rln(,,l in "nrnttlnhn.
subjects and closes with 13 pages devoted with much pleasuro and amusement tho
to moral catechism. skill of tho players on the regular team,
MnrMr. nni Vn.r tin inrh or. MUa as well as those who havo not played
Mrs. E. C. Benedict went Saturday to Helen", and two granddaughters, Miss ball for a number of years. Th
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TVardsboro will bo begun again soon
Miss Cora "Winchester Is spending a
week with Miss Ruth Snow In Marlboro,
Miss Frav Ballou went to Burlington "ved wis ween spenu ineir summer singio wen.
J1USB i'ray imj uu Willi .lu..1,u""?" ...,,l nt MVinln Ilnie fnrm. Mr. nnd I, Tlrnco 91
last week to visit Dr. and Mrs. W. A.
Miss Clara Winchester Is spending a
week with relatives In Brattleboro and
vacation at Maplo Row farm. Mr. and L. Bruce, 2b,
Mrs. WInton of Now York city and Mrs. II. Phillips, 3b,
Scott of Cohocs, who were guests of Mr.
and Mrs. William Knowlton, left for
their homes last week Thursday.
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Harland Howo was In town Wednes- . ... shr, npnrBn Wrlcht. met McCarty, If,
day and went from here to t est ftt th(j WJndham County House last Frl- C. Bruce, cf,
Townshend. Thiv Wvn lirldpil to make somo Snow, rf,
Miss Eleanor Randall had an attack ncccasary repairs thero and also to take
of appendicitis last week. She Is out up tn6 brick walk under the big pillars Totals,
again this week. of tho piazza on tho cost stdo nt the Married Men.
Miss Emma Moulton Is caring for Mrs. ontranco of tho court houso and replaco Cole, 2b,
Albert Jefts and Mrs. Flnno is helping it with a cement floor. They havo ar- Lawrence, lb,
with tho housowork. ranged to have It completed beforo tho W. Sparks, c,
Work Is progressing well on A. II. beginning of tho fall term or court, f, cutler, id,
Farnum's new house. They expect to wmcn wm open bept. u. iicdd, ii,
movo Into It next week. Rev. and Mrs. William M. wamer ot v.
Miss Margarot Randall is visiting her Scranton. who aro spending the summer ic
uncle, William Hescock, and family at in uraiton, wcro guests ui iu
their homo near Sunset lake. wni(e going ana returning irom
Hugh Phillips, formerly of Townshend, fro. wnero m . aTJ
was a guest at the Windham County Ji""X.,.M. nami
Miss Hattlo Merrlflcld, was well known
here, having spent a summer ticiore nor
marrlago at the Merrlfled homestead In
Brookllno with her brotner, I'rea u.,
II. Howe, p,
P. Osgood, lb,
R. Phillips, BS,
W. Blood, ss,
H. Howard, rf,
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House from Thursday to Sunday,
Henry Knapp of West Brattleboro
visited tho last of tho week at the homo
of his brother, Georgo K. Knapp.
Russell Aldrlch was In town Tuesday.
Bert Barry Is working for J. C. Taft.
Mrs. Mills returned to her homo Monday.
Miss Alice Parsons left today to visit
Hayden Marsh has finished work at
day afternoon to spend a few days with front lawn and making other outside re- Will Davis's,
Mr. and Mrs. Ransom returned Sun- ana ncr sister, Miss Amy Mcrrldeld.
day by automobile with George Smltn JL park Osgood and Leon H. Bruco
to their homo in South Londonderry. f Towngh.nd aro working for Mrs. G.
Joe Snow ot Townshend came Wednes- 1 j;, Davidson putting now sods ovor the
M. Park Osgood at Davidson Maples. pairs. Ransom and Frank Rand have
It is expected that Mr. and Mrs. J. W. completed very satisfactory Inside re
Perry will come this week to spend pairs at Elm hall. Cement walks havo
been laid this week from tho new side
walks on West street leading to tho town
clerk's oftce in his home to tho houses
of Elwlrt Jones and Miss Laura A.
Rice. The sidewalks on South Main
street will be extended soon as far as
the new schoolhouse.
somo time at Rest cottage on Newfano
Miss Nellie Hamlin, who has been
helping Mrs. Herman A. Eddy a few
months, returned to her homo Wednes
A. L. Cook of Greenfield came Tues
day night to spend a few days, looking
after his lumbering Interests In Brook
Mrs. Henrietta Ryder and children of Sunday.
rsenows rails came cxituruu- jiibul iu i t jjt
visu ner parents, xur. unu ira. xi. v,
. E. H. Richardson and C.
warn i. imager camo saiuruay rnsm were ln sringlield Monday
Miss Persls Washer was ln Northneld
Merrifield was In Springfield
He returned Monday morning to New
Mrs. E. B. Carpenter and little son,
Brooks, of Somerville are summer guests
of Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Wright at River
Eleven Italians aro nt work on the
railroad this week putting ln new ties,
They go from here to West Townshend
on tho train each night.
Mrs. J. C. Read has a fuchsia worthy
of mention. The plant has been growing
six months, Is two feet six inches tall,
has 1G branches, 26 blossoms and 63 buds
N. M. Batchclder of Fltchburg, for
merly of this village, announces the en
gagement of his daughter. Miss Flor
ence, to James H. Brown of Fltchburg,
Mrs. H. B. Keniredy and mother, Mrs.
C. Wi Burgen, of New Haven came
Tuesday night. They will spend the re-
Rev. O. E. Newton has been ln New
port, this state, part of tho week.
The L. T. L. will meet with Mrs. Effle
Stedman Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Mrs. Maria Attridge, a former resident
here, Is visiting her nephew, G. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Palmer spent
Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Abbie
Mrs. W. T. Bruce of Brattleboro has
been a guest of Miss Florence Dickinson
Mr. and Mrs. John Mundell returned
Monday from a week's visit ln Holyoke
Arthur Rand spent a few days of this
wock out ot town.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlos Hodgdon left
Friday for Boston,
Mrs. Emma Persons lias returned from
Lowell and Athol
Miss Abblo Starr was In New York a
few days last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Bartcllo have
gone to New York city.
Miss Florence Sanders has returned
from her work ln Chester.
Ralph Colo Is boarding nt Almon
Marsh's ln Harmonyville.
Hugh Phillips is at his homo for a va
cation of several weeks.
Harry Sparks, who lias been 111 with
appendicitis, is improving.
Mrs. Henry Miles left Tuesday to visit
friends in Haverhill, N. IL
Rev. Daniel Mclntyre ot Westminster
West was ln town Monday.
Mr. Allbec Is again on his station
route. His horso Is improving.
Mrs. Scott of Springfield, this state,
spent Tuesday with Mrs. Persons.
Judge Allbeo held a session of tho pro
bate court at the Inn Wednesday.
Mr. Boyden spent part ot this week
with his sister, Mrs. Harry Howard.
Mr. and Mrs. Elijah Wales of Brattle
boro have been visiting Mrs. Greene
Lemuel Van Schnlck went Thursday to
sister, Mrs. C. E. Park, a month, went
Sunday to Townshend.
Mrs. Jane Spenco and granddaughter,
Miss Jessie Lloyd, of Washington, D. C,
malnder of tho summer at tho Newfane are' visiting Mrs. Spence's brother, C. E.
Mrs. Nellie Martin, who was with her visit his parents in Sandy Hill, Is. .
Mr3. Clara Blanchard has been assist
ing Mrs. Boutello this week and last.
Mrs. Alma Cummlngs and family are
visiting in Chester and near-by towns.
Mrs. A. W. Simons and son, Frank, of
Philadelphia came by automobile Fri
day to visit her sister, airs. J. E. Smiley
They left Tuesday for the White Moun
After the regular meeting ot tho Chrls
tian Endeavor society next Tuesday
evening a business meeting will be held,
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. McCarty and son,
Gerald, who visited her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. F. J. Pierce, this week, will return
to New York city tomorrow. Miss Lottie
Pierce will go with them for a visit.
Camp meetings at Sunset lake will be
gin Tuesday evening, Aug. 15, and con
tinue to Aug. 20. Rev. W. D. Spencer of
Officers for the next six months will be Argyle, N. Y., will be tho principal speak-
Mrs. P. C. Moore, librarian, is recov
ering slowly from her recent illness and
Is able to come down stairs to her meals
Her nurse, Mrs. Hescock, remains to
caro for her,
Mrs. Evelyn Starrett returned from
Athol to Glenmero Monday aiternoon.
Her brother-in-law, whom she had been
visiting, brought her with his family ln
his touring car.
Mrs. Herbert Newton and little son,
William, of Holyoko who spent a few
weeks with her sister, Mrs. J. S. Smith,
have gone to visit her father, O. O.
Ware, in Wilmington.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bruce and
daughter, Miss Hattle, wero guests at
William Hazelton's over Sunday. Miss
Florence Picrco of Brattleboro Is a vis
itor there this week.
Mr. and Mrs. James Lockwood of West
Haven, Conn., were at his brother's, A.
L. Lockwood s, from Saturday to Mon
day. They went from here to St. Johns
bury to visit other relatives
Miss Antoinette Desentelle and sister,
Mls3 Alma, who spent a vacation of
two weeks at the Windham County
House, returned Monday morning to
their home In Putnam, Conn.
Eugene Herbert of Danby, this state,
a son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen
Foster, and their two grandsons, Wilbur
bnyuer anu Anson Mccarty of Towns
hend, were visitors there this week,
Dr. and Mrs. Marshall A. Howe and
little daughter, Gertrude, who have been
spending a few weeks at the Howe
homested, returned last Friday morning
to their home at Bronx park In New
er. Ilov. ana Mrs. s. T. r'airijanKs win
have charge of tho music at these meetings.
Gentlemen's night In tho Grange has
been postponed to Sept. 12. Ladles' night
will be observed Aug. 22 and the commit
tee ln charge will bo Mrs. Bertha Pierce,
Miss Beulah Tlmson, Mrs. Carrie Pierce
and Mrs. Hannah Halladay. The next
Grange meeting will be held Aug. 8 and
the question, "Which Is the greater fac
tor ln making a successful farmer, edu
cation or energy," will be discussed.
Henry Brooks is in the employ of S. II.
Mrs. Bert Bastlan and daughter of
Brattleboro aro guests ot Mrs. S. H.
Mrs. Eugene Morse and two children
of Chicago are guests of her father, F.
Miss Fannie Wilson of Somerville,
Mass., is visiting Mrs. Dole a week at
Mrs. Merton Ingram and daughter,
Margaret, went to Leverett to visit
Miss Harrlman of Boston, who has
been boarding with Mrs. Allie Mundell,
has gone to Halifax.
Miss Ada Burkhart, who has been at
AHIo Mundell's tho past six weeks, has
gone to Brattleboro to work.
William T, Dolo ot Lawrence, Mass,,
came by automobile last week and spent
a few days with his family at Fernbank.
Mrs. Herbert Brooks Crosby and Bon,
who were with her uncle, E. M. Dexter,
Minnio Critchley left Saturday to work
ln Emerson & Son s store ln Brattleboro.
Tho last of Mr. Mclntyre's furniture
was moved from the parsonage Monday
Mrs. Wright Phillips and Gladys and
Raymond Phillips drove to Grafton Mon
Mr. and Mrs. Frank WJllard of Wll
llamsvllle called on friends in town Sun
Mrs. Ellen Plumb, and Miss Mary
Plumb were In Brattleboro over Sun
Mrs. Deloy and son of Fltchburg camo
Tuesday to visit Mr. and Mrs. John
Miss Alice Ware, who has been nurs
Ing in Athens, has returned to her
Will B. Smith of Brattleboro spent
Sunday with his wlfo and son at F. II,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Benson of Wind
ham are spending this week at Frank
Mr. Herbert of Danby has been at
Ralph Snyder's visiting his son, Anson
Miss Ruth Sprnguo of Brattleboro, who
visited Miss Abblo Starr, has returned
to ber home.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Llndsoy visited
Sunday with Mrs. Lindsey's mother, Mrs.
Tho Hadassah league had a very
pleasant meeting Thursday at tho home
of Mrs. Heath.
John Braley who went to Leland and
Gray seminary 20 years ago, visited ln
Miss Chapin of Springfield and Miss
Pearce of Worcester aro boarding with
Mrs. Don Boutelle.
Miss Cola Martin, who had been visit
ing in Chester and Windham, returned
to her home Monday.
Guy W, Powers of Athens, the new
principal of tho seminar, was In town
Friday and Saturday.
Russell Aldrlch has sold his house on
South Mnln street to Mrs. Will Frank
lin of West Townshend.
Wlnthrop Stearns,- who was at the Inn
a number of weeks, returned Saturday
to his home ln Brooklyn.
James Richardson, Bert Stevens nnd
Robert Kearly of Boston were at Mrs.
services ln 'tho Congregational church
Mrs. Nichols and grandson, Royal,
who wcro nt tho bomo of Rockwell Da
vis tho past month, returned yesterday
to Waterbury, Conn.
Mrs. Will B. Smith and son, Holland,
and Miss Addle Shnttuck nro spending
a few days with their cousins, Mr, and
Mrs. Park Holland.
Dr. nnd Mrs. Osgood, Mrs. Chapin nnd
Miss Fletcher attended tho fifth annual
pilgrimage to tho old Rockingham church
Mrs. Pllmnton. nn old resident of this
place and her granddaughter, Florence
Ilosford of Greenfield, Mass., navo Dcen
at MrB. Eddy's this week.
The idler on the main belt at Mr. Wll-
lard's mill broke Wednesday afternoon.
No damage was dono to tho machinery,
but the mill was closed tho rest of tho
The bumralow which Albert Franklin
has been building on C. H. Wlllard's
land, Is nearly completed and will bo
occupied soon by Miss Bushncll and Miss
Mrs. Addio Greene tripped on a rug
one day last week and fell nnd sprain
ed her right wrist severely. She Is now
In Brattleboro at tho homo of Elijah
Miss Bertha Prentiss nnd Mrs. Twlng
motored up from Holyoke Monday and
spent a few days with Mrs. Twlng's two
daughters, Miss Catherine and Miss Hel
Mr. nnd Mrs. Wright Phillips and
children, Gladys and Marlon, who visited
ln the home ot his mother, Mrs. Mary
Phillips, left Tuesday for their homo In
Charles Todd and family of Chester
called on Mrs. Lydla Fullcrton and
daughter Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Cham
berlain of Brattleboro visited Mrs. Ful
lcrton last week.
The ladles' homo club will meet In tho
vestry Wednesday afternoon at 2.30. All
the women aro requested to take somo
article of food, also thimbles, as there is
sewing to be done.
Mrs. Chapin, who has rented Mrs.
Farrell's furnished house for tho sea
son, received news Monday morning of
the death of her brother. She left at
once for her homo in Holyoke, Mass.
Dr. Bruce and two granddaughters,
Dorothy and Janet Bruco, camo Friday
to his summer home. Dr. Bruce re
turned to New York Monday, but the
children remained with tholr grand
State Highway Commissioner Charles
W. Gates and County Road Commission
er David T. Perry wero ln town Wed
nesday to confer with A. A. Mason con
cerning the condition of tho roads ln
W. H. Miles was in Brattleboro Tues
day making plans for tho 50th reunion
of the Fourth Vermont regiment, which
will be held Sept. 21 on tho old camp
ground In Brattleboro, where the men
were mustered In at the time of tho war.
The members or the Grange had a
very pleasunt time nt their picnic on
tho common today. Before the picnic
the third and fourth degrees were work
ed. The local Grange had as guests the
Granges from Newfano and West Tows-
In the Baptist church next Sunday
morning, tho pastor, Rev. Joseph Mc-
Kean, will preach on "An opportunity
and an obligation." In the evening, at
the union service in the same church, he
will have for his topic, "Somo things a
man should do, and somo things a wom
an should know.
Raymond Phillips met with a serious
accident Saturday afternoon on the ball
field. While running for the ball In the
first half of the first inning ho collided
with Leon Bruce and struck his teeth
against Bruce's ear, knocking one front
tooth out while another was loosened.
Bruce's ear was cut badly.
The members of the Dorcas guild are
planning for their annual midsummer
sale to bo held August 10 on the com
mon. If stormy, It will be held on Fri
day of the samo week. This Is to bo
an extensive sale of aprons, fancy ar
ticles, food and Ice cream. It Is hoped
that everyone will respond to help the
good cause along.
A pleasant event ln Weston Monday,
July 2-1, was the reception given ln Odd
Fellows hall to Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Law-
ton Church of Tiverton, Rhode Island,
SO people being present. The hall was
prettily decorated, a musical program
was rendered and refreshments were
served. Mrs. Church was presented with
a handsome past noble grand's collar
by the Rcuekahs, tablo cloth and nap
kins from the church and gilts from In
dividuals, Mrs. Church was Sybil May
Burton of Weston. She taught school
successfully a number of years ln her
homo town, later in Townshend, nnd
for three or four years had been at tho
head of a school ln Tiverton, R. I. Her
marrlago to Mr. Church took place ln
Tiverton July 12.
a fortnight, have returned to their home
Nineteen couples enjoyed the waltzing In Boston.
party given in Union hall Friday even- Herbert Packard took his children,
lng. Another will bo held tonight at the Ruth. Eugene. Guy and Ralph, to Lever-
same place. Cake and Ice cream will be ett, Mass., Thursday, to visit their grand
served by Landlord M. P. Benson. All mother, Mrs. James Packard,
are Invited. Mrs. Julius Whltaker fell from a chair
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Holton have gone in which she stepped to adjust a curtain Richardson's over Sunday.
anu sprained tier knee badly, sue is aoie
to get about tho room only with crutches,
Mrs. Swart, who was at Mrs. C. E.
Brown's nlno weeks, went to Grafton
Thursday for a stay of a few weeks,
Then she will go to her homo ln Schen
ectady, N, Y.
to their farm, the Ephraim Moore
place. In East Dover. Mrs. Holton and
father, Fred Burllngame, went tho last
of last week and Mr, Holton Joined them
Rev. A. C. Hunt, who gave an Interest
lng sermon In tho Congregational church
Sunday morning nnd evening, Is board
lng this week In the home of Mrs. E. J,
Butterfield. He will occupy the pulpit
again next Sunday,
Although It was rainy Friday after
noon and evening the supper at the
church by the ladles' aid society was
very well patronized and a larger sum
than usual rewarded those who worked
faithfully to make It a success.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lyman and chil
dren of Orange are spending a vaca
tion of two weeks at the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Gray.
Their son, Walter Gray, Is also at home
for a vacation of a few weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Benson and W. P.
Eames and family went by automobile
to Wilmington Sunday. They were en
tertained in the home of Amasa Grout.
Mr. Grout and family are planning to
visit friends in Newfane about August
Walter Wright, who was at homo on
a two weeks' vacation, has returned to
Lyndon Centre to resume his studies In
tho agricultural department of Lyndon
Institute. Will Ilazelton went with him
to visit friends there. The young men
made a good trip with their motor-cycles.
A food sale will bo held at the church
vestry Saturday afternoon nt 4 o'clock
in charge of the W. C. T. U. In ad
dltlon to the usual variety of food thero
will bo an lco cream sale. The presi
dent of tho society, Mrs, Charles L. lies,
cock, and Mrs, J, D. Plerco are the com
mittee for this sale.
At tho regular meeting of tho Grange
next Wednesday evening Uie first and
econd degrees will be conferred. New
fane Grange is invited to Townshend
A flro destroying $6500 worth of prop
erty broke out ln Montpeller Monday
evening In a barn on State street owned
by Bailey and Foster, liverymen. It con
sumed the barn, two tons ot hay, a quan
tity of straw and several wagons. A
tenement house owned by the Episcopal
church was badly damaged.
Speeding down tho side of Plymouth
Notch at a tcrrlfllc rato on tho way from
Woodstock to Walllngford Tuesday, an
automobile containing four men was
ditched to avoid colliding with the Wal-
Ingford stage and the men were hurled
In all directions, but nil but tho owner,
E&rney W. Aldrlch of Walllngford, os
caped with minor Injuries. Mr, Aldrlch
landed on his back on some rocks and
wns hurt badly. Tho brakes failed to
work on a very steep grade and tho car
attained a speed of 65 miles an hour.
Deafness Cannot Bo Cured
by local applications, as they cannot
rearh the diseased nortlon of the ear.
?S. WteSff rl'meS returned st weX Th o ti? ir
Mrs. Lizzie Barber has returned homo
after nn absence of several months In
some of the up-rlvcr towns.
An automobile party consisting of Har
vey Evans and family of Northfleld vis.
lted at John Grout's Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Putnam ,and son, Ber
nard, of Greenfield spent the last of the
week at Almon Marsh's homo.
Col. Dutton loft Tuesday for a busi
ness trip to New York. Mrs. Dutton ac
companied him to Brattleboro.
It Is expected that tho Congregational
pulpit will be supplied Sunday morning
by a student from Mount Hermon.
Mr. Batchclder, Herbert Evans, F. L.
Lowe and W. II. Miles attended the
ball game In Brattleboro Tuesday.
Mrs. Thompson and son, Allle Thomp
son, who havo been Ln Brattleboro, are
with her daughter, Mrs. Richardson.
Mr. Drew of Greenfield, tho architect
who drew up plans for tho new town
houso, was hero Monday and Tuesday.
Park Osgood and Leon Bruco went
the first of the week to Mrs. Davidson's
In Newfano, where thoy aro working.
Tho Brown family, who for tho past
year have lived on the Bemls farm, have
returned to their old homo ln Scltuato,
Mr. nnd Mrs. David AValker of Lynn
Deafness is caused by an Inflamed con
dition ot tho mucous lining of the
Eustachian Tube. When this tube Is in
flamed you have a rumbling sound or
Imperfect hearing, and when It is entirely
closed, Deafness Is the result, and unless
tho Inflammation can be taken out and
this tube restored to Its normal condition,
hearing will be destroyed forever; nlno
cases out of ten aro caused by Catarrh,
which Is nothing but an Inflamed con
dition of tho mucous surfaces.
We will glvo One Hundred Dollars for
any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh)
that cannot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure. Send for circulars, free.
F. J, CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constlpa-
Mrs. Nelllo Martin, who had been ln
Willlamsvillo a month, roturned Sunday
to tho home of hcr'daughter, Mrs, R. D
. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nldo of Man
chester drovo over Saturday and spent
Sundny with her sister, Mrs. Ralph
Tho Baptist ministers of the West
river valley will hold their annual plo
nlo and ladles' day ln this town next
Rev. John Irons of Haverhill, N, H.,
Mrs. Ruby Johnson Is visiting ln Bos
Mrs. C. W. Dunbar has been ill with
Victor Boyden visited his father, D.
E. Boyden, Monday.
Miss Mary L. Smith Is in town de
monstrating aluminum ware.
Mrs. Pomrey and Mrs. Llvermore vis
ited at A. W. Kldder s Wednesday.
Mrs. Susetto Clough of South London
derry visited her aunt, Miss Mary Taft,
Miss Mary Moore of Troy, N. Y who
visited at A. C. Bristol's, has returned
to her home.
Mrs. Martha Howe returned Saturday
night from visiting her son, Harry Howe,
Olln Howo was taken to the hospital
Friday and successfully operated upon
Mrs.. Coatcs and Mrs. A. L. Maynard
nnd two children of Brattleboro visited
at Mrs. C. N, Boynton's last week.
Rev. Alfred Cornell preached a fine
sermon Sunday morning for the older
people. Next Sunday morning he will
preach to the children.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Taft and Miss
Dorothy and Willis Taft onjoyed an au
tomobile trip to Kecne Monday, return
ing Tuesday evening.
A letter has been received from O. H.
Rankin of Guildhall. Mr. Rankin wishes
to bo remembered to his friends here.
Ho expected to sail for England July 31
to remain two months.
Through the absence of the corres
pondent mention was not made of the
ladles aid society social last week.
Misses Charlotte, Mary and Edith Da-
vies of Londonderry were present and
kindly rendered several line selections.
Miss Charlotte at tho piano, Miss Mary
and Miss Edith with their vllolns. Os
wald Evans, a cousin ot Miss Davles,
nnd Miss Irene Ingalls of Windham also
International complications nro expect
ed as the result of Germany's seizure of
Agadlr, Morocco, ostensibly as a naval
baso, but mort probably of strategic
value. The negotiations concerning the
matter now under discussion between
Germany nnd Franco have aroused all
Europe. Great Britain will not permit
the ostnbllshmwit of a German naval
base on the west coast ot Africa If she
can prevent Jt.
i REST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILD, v
Mrs. Winslovv'i Bootiiino Byrcf lm been
used for over SIXTY YKARSby MIWONS of
MOTHHUS far their CHILI) 1U!N WHILH
TUUTIIINO, wllh PISKI'ECT SUCCESS. It
BOOTH l'.B the CHILD, SOPTHN8 the OUM8.
ALLAYS all TAIN; COKUSWIND COLIC, and
U the beat remedy for UIARKHOJA. It U lb
lolutelv hirailrii He aure and ask for "Mrs.
Wlnsloir s Soothing Syrup," and take do other
A Large Showing of New Things
in the Art Needlework Section
this week offers many new suggestions for summer work. Many finish
ed pieces are here and extra space will be given in the coming days to
the display of this stock.
Stamped Walata of linen, lawn nnd marquisette. Of lawn
50c. Of linen $1.50 nnd $1.75, Of marquisette $1.50.
Stamped Scarfa of white linen, linen damask, natural
linen and linen crash, 50c to $1.25
New Pique Scarf with cushion to match, $1.00 for set
New Stamped Traya of splendid linen, ' 50c
Stamped Hats for children. Of pique ln two patterns 50c
Handkerchiefs and Neckwear Cases of fine white linen,
Soap Cases of blue and tan linen with soap leaf books,
Wash Cloth, Cases rubber lined, 50c
Large Towel Cases with guest room towels 75c
Stamped Cushions ot white linen. Oblong, 25c
Squaro or round, 15c
Stamped Underwear In designs to match.
Corset covers 29c, Chemises 75c, Night Robes $1.00
Stamped Neckwear Many New Things.
Dutch Collars 25c, Sailor Collars 50c.
Mercerized Linen Four-in-hands ln tan, green, blue,
lavender and pink, 25c
Linen Jabots ln white and two-tone effects at
S, 10, 15 t 25c
Stamped Aprons ln wide variety at 25 & 50c
Stamped Laundry Dags;
Natural Linen, stenciled, 60o
Denim Bags, all colors, 25c
Stamped Fancy Bags ln many delightful novelties. Sev
eral finished bags on exhibition.
Two new natural linen bags with flaps, only 25c
New tinted bags for Russian twine 25c
New frame bags of solsette, moire, and silk with rope
handles in n'ew tan shades, 50c, 75c &. $1,00
New tan bags, cross-stitch designs, 25c
Dust Bags of natural ltnen; green and brown burlap,
25 &. 50c
Stamped Pillow Cases of fine cotton, new narrow designs,
Stamped Baby Goods ln wide variety. Carriage robes,
pillows, bonnets and bootees.
Special, large huckabuck table bibs, 25c
Stamped Towels: a large variety new things.
Fine guest room towels, part linen 25c
Fine guest room towels, all linen, 39 & 50c
Large huck towels, 25, 50 &. 7Sc
Stamped Belts In new designs for coronation cord, solid
embroidery, and cross stitch, 10 &. 15c
Damask Centrepieces stamped with only a scallop. Plain
damask and roso and fern pattern damasks. In four
Stamped Pillow Tops ln scores of new designs, on denims
linens, crashes and burlap . 25c &. 50c
Tapestry Tops extra large assortment of now designs,
Uncovered Pillows in three qualities. All sizes 16 to
26 Inches square in each quality. Prices 19c to $1.65
Mercerized Pillow Cords with tassels, ln every conceivable
color, at 25c
Silk Pillow Cords all colors, 50c
Mercerized Satteens for pillow backs, all colors,
15c to 25c yard
A very full stock of this, the highest grade of yarns,
combining all the wanted shades ln all the wanted kinds.
Germantown Worsted in nil shades of 14 colors. Also
chinchilla and the shaded colors. Used for Afghans,
Slumber Robes, Capes, Shawls and Slippers.
Shetland Floss ln a'l shades of nlno colors, used for
Shawls, Fascinators, etc.
Saxony Wool In all colors, for Infants' wear.
Spanish Knitting Yarn ln all plain and mixed colors,
used for Mittens, Skirts, etc.
Scotch Knitting Yarn In all the plain and mixed colors,
used for Sweaters, Golf Jackets, etc.
Eiderdown Wool ln all colors for Toques and Jackets.
Ice Wool. White Angora Wool.
The New Columbia Yarn Book, 25c
Lion Yarn Book, 25c
Knitting Needles ln wood, bone, rubber, amber and steel.
Crochet Needles ln wood, bone, amber and steel.
Bralnerd & Armstrong's Embroidery Silks ln every kind
and color; Roman, Rope, Fllo, Twisted, Caspian,
Whip Cord, Mt. Melllck, Flannel Silks, Swedish Silks
and Honlton, all wash colors.
Crochet Silk ln all colors, at 25c . 39c spool
Motor Silk enough for a neck scarf In a spool at
White Mercerized Embroidery Cottons.
Electron, 3 sizes 5c skein, 6 for 25c..
Perl-Lustre, 5 sizes, 5c skein, 6 for 25c
D. M. C. Cotton, Black label 4 sizes, 3c skein, 2 for 5c
D. M. Cotton, Red Label 10 sizes, 5c skein, 6 for 25e
D, M. C. Perle for crocheting, size of Germantown,
Perslana Floss all colors, 3c skein.
Perslana Floss 460-yard balls, 10c.
Royal Society Flosses 10 sizes, In white; all colors ln
"India." 3c skein, 2 for 5c, 25c doz.
Real Linen Flosses 5 sizes, 5c skein, C for 25c.
Barbour's Mercerized Linen Crochet 5 sizes, 10c ball.
Manlove's Irish Crochet Thread, all sizes, 10c spool.
D. M. C. Irish Crochet Thread.
Tambour Cotton, all colors, 3c ball, 2 for 5c.
Duchess Embroidery Hoops, 4, 5, 6 and 7 Inch and
New Bralnerd & Armstrong Embroidery Book, 10c.
Irish Crochet, Hardanger and Drawn Work Books both
foreign nnd domestic.
Japanese Gold Thread.
Coronation Braid, white and colors.
Sitka Ivory Rings, 8c and 10o doz.
By The Yard-Wlde Linen Fringes for finishing bags,
pillows and centrepieces. 15 and 50c yard
A SPECIAL SALE OF
Indian Sweet Grass
Hundreds of fragrant sweet grass baskets, all
made by hand by the Abenakis Tribe of Indians in
Canada will be placed on sale Tomorrow at- unusually
By buying these of Chief Watso in the early
spring, when orders are slow, favorable prices are ob
tained and the prices will be about one-half what you
pay at the beaches or in souvenir stores.
At 10c Scissors Cases, Trinket Baskets, Napkin Rings.
At 15c Round and Square Covered Baskets.
At 25c Round Covered Baskets, Broom Holders, Hairpin Hold
ers, Bag Bottoms.
At 35c Large Covered Round Baskets, both deep and shallow.
At 50 c Flat Round Baskets for fancy work, Handkerchief
At $75c and $1.00 Large Flat Round Baskets for fancy work.
At $1.00 Large Glove and Handkerchief. Baskets.
A Timely Sale of Women's
Two lots of brand new Handkerchiefs, bought of the importer
last week at almost half-price will be placed on sale tomorrow.
Regular 25c ShamrocK Linen Chech Handkerchiefs
at 1254 coach.
Regular 25c Thistle Linen Initial Handkerchiefs with
corded border and letters hand embroiderd. All initials in
the assortment. Only 15c each.
with Cotton Cluny Lace edges
12 inch Centerpieces, regular
25c value. Sale Price 15c.
18 inch Centerpieces, regular
50c value. Sale Price 29c.