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VOL. XXV, NO. 98.
THE REFORMER! BRATTLEBORO. VT., FRIDAY. JULY 5. 1901. LOCAL CIIESJIIUK COUNTY, N. H. HI.VSDAI.E. Illnirtale U-Y. M. C. A., 1. Tho high school base tiall team de feated the V M OA team of Brattle born at Kivnrsitle Park Saturday flf-tc-rioon 5 to 4. Tbis is probably the Inst Kama thin year to be Jilay eJ by the hi lib schoi 1 leHiu us a number of the players will leave town for this summer. Tbe score was bs follows: All 1IINS1IAI.K. AtcCHiiKliern, ' Hiiblmid. 3li ltrooks, sa McCormlck, p Young, '.111 Itolansiin, m Puller, c ledum a. 3 Duucjuc, lb ml 1 1 1 1 II t 0 1 0 31 THE HOME GOLD CUBE. n Tnireiilnua 'rreatinem uy wnsvu Drunkards in Kcltl Cured Dally In NplI of Theinselvea. o Koiloua Dosfs So Weakening of the Nerve.. A Pleasant .lid Poi lllve Cure for Uie Liquor Habit. U is now generally known and un ilorstooi that Drunkenness is a dis ease and not weakness. A body filled with rjoiscD. and nerves cotuplrtely shattered by periodical or constant use of intoxicating liquors, requires no an- tidotfl capable of neutralizing and erauicaticg tbis poison, and destroy- infi the craving for intox-icants. suf ferers may now cure themselves at house without publicity or loss nf time from business by tDia wonuerrui " HOME GOLD CUKE" which baa been perfected after many yeara of close study and treatment of inebriates. Tbe faithful iib8 according to directions or this wonderful discovery is positively guaranteed to cure the most obstinate case, no matter how bard a drinker. Our records show tbe marveloua trans formation of thousands or Drunkards into sober, industyous and upright men. WIVES CUKE VOUK HLSBAMJS!! CHILDREN' CUKE VOUK FATH ERS ! ! Tbis remedy is no nense a nos trum but is a specific for tbis disease onlj. and is so skillfully tievised and prepared tnat it is tnorougniy eciuuie and pleasnnt to the taste, no that it can be given iu a cup of tea or coffee without the knowledge or tne porson takica it. Thousands of Drunkards have cured themselves with this price less remedy, and as many more have been cured and fade temperate men I,y having the "CUKE" administered by lcvir.g friends and relatives with ojt their knowledge in coffee- or tea, and telieve to-day that they discon tinued drinking of their own free will. DO .NOT WAIT. Do not be deluded by apparent and misleading "improve ment." Drive out the disease tor once ?,' xi-. " ' The five per cent discount on taxes n.ii.. th,,..!..;.. L-.n. expires the lOtn. in reach cf everybody a treatment more ! Ihe women of the Congregationnl effectual than others costirg fi3 to g50. church bold thoir annual lawn party Fuli directions accompany eacn pacK- i" " parijuua.gu iiuuuuauiiy vvijumg. age. special auvice uy smiiea paysi-1 .viiss wanei jxicman, tiaugnter ol Totals. i)ne mull tilt by batted butt, All 4 V. M. 1'. A, l.'lulld, lib Allen, 3d Ntolte, si .1 Turin, 1 W lulls, c Kills, r Urowell, i CiinilllF, lb r'uriller, m Totals, 1 1 Tim 1 I'O a n n 1 8 0 1 (i a I'O 1 l 1 ti 21 lit! t 5 Summary Il.-ise on balls, oil McOrmtck, i.'1 oil Cmwtdl, 2; hit by pitched ball, Mi-faughem-l.'lune; struck our, by MeCoriiuck H, by t;rovill '.): ttoii'ii hune, lliiiMliuo, s, V M C A, 5; um lore, McCurudCft. Taylor-Day. A quiet wedding took place at the Tuylor homestead on Northfield street Saturday afternoon. Arthur L Tav- lor and Miss Inez W Day were united in marrinsa by Kev V F White nf the Congregational chimb. The bride wore a pretty traveling dress of blue. Mr and Mis luyl.ir left for a short carriage drive. rmuiN COUNTY, MASS. Aclamavllle. Mrs Laura Ka:ly cf Farly wn.s a recent visitor at O D Kemp's. There was a Sunday school hasket picnic July 4th on Coristian Hill near the church in James II Carr's grove. Music and spoaning were fur nisho I and ice cream and luiuonado were plenty. The Roil and Qnn club also held a picnic ' d clamhHKe on their grounds near (jriswuklvilln. Various games were played and the affair ended up with a dance. Fred N limven of Shalhurna Fulls visited bis father last Sunday. Mary farmers commenced haying last week and more will this week. Gtass !as made groat gain in two past weeks. "I owe my whole life to Hurdock lllood Hitters, t-'erofulous sores cov ered my body. I seemed heyool cure. ti H U has iii.ifiu me a prrjclly well woman' Mrs Charles Hutton, Her ville, Mich. ciacs wnen requestea wunoui extra charge. Sent prepaid to any part of the world on receipt of One Dollar. Address Dent E 206 EDWIN ti. GILES & COMPANY, 2:;i0 and 21532 Market Street, Philadelphia. All correspondence strictly confidential. R. J. PAINE Proprietor of Hollywood Hen Yards, Paine's Egg Producer and Paine's Egg Preserver. HOW to make Hens lay a.n Aknniltnra nf Vddl nnrl how to preserve them until you can obtain the Highest Prices. Send for Booklet giving all the particulars, Please write your name and address plainly and enclose stamp. Address R. J. PAINE, Mansfield. Mass. CATHARTIC. CANDY CATHARTIC a'liJ'MailiU'-l'i'ilp.u Genuine stamped C. C C. Never sold In bulk. Beware of the dealer who tries to sell "something fust as good." S. F. PETTS & CO. ESTABLISHED 1SS0. LESAIE LIQU03 DEALERS, BOSTON, MASS. 237 Friend St. and 111 Jif 148 Canal St. Keiiabie Goods For Family U?e. Fer gil. Old Sour Mah nourbon, I'M!'- Oid Unserve. Mif-rwoml 1'iire live Malt, .k'tlo' -nn Club Ilourliou. Psr;::-!,.! 0!l Bourbon, I'ft- X X live and !!rurbon, lVf - X live "and Bourbon, i'i;;f Mrn Whi-kr-v. I'd-: l.iy Muw Wuikey, Law: -s Old Medford ISum, 'a:-!wir T'rrtorieo Hum, Aiiif-rii aii jin, Kc '.in. H., i S Bo California Wines (nsiorted) : n:a Wines, ail kinds. $.-.oo fi.00 4.00 4.W1 nsr 2 no 2.00 1.75 1.50 1.73 2.00 3.00 4.00 2.00 8.00 4.00 .00 .00 50 ,00 2 .50, $3.50 tne lata Lapt u u tmerriaos, and a na tive of Diesdalo received the degree of M A Bt Kadclillt) college lust week. A larae crowd of young ponple from there attended the June party given by tbe Catholic society at Forest Lake last week Thursday. A lan partv under the auspices of tho Uoiversalist ladies was held on the church ground last evening. The thermometer at the store of the Wordon Co on Main stroat rcgist-rert 1023i in the shade at 10 a tu and 2:.'50 p ru Tuesday. Malcolm Cary, a farm hand who was employe:! on the Sam Liseom plsce, died at 1 p m SaturdBv from the effects i f a suostrnki'. His rr mains were taken to West Hebron, X i, Monday morning. The eld plank ridenalk rear Leich' shop has teen torn up and is being replaced by one of concrete, Charles H Temple and Walter D Stearns, graduates of our high school, have receivrd certificates of ontrarce to Tufts college without conditions. Three rew sets of ccrJs are being placed in the IJnile A- t rost. mill and four new spinnina jacks will be set up soon. The twisting machinery is U lie moved from the second to the first ilonr of the mill ar.il tho sewirg girls will work in tha rear of the room on the sfcoud tloor instead of the street side as formerly. The Cojipaninn? of the Forest held their second annual reception at U A K hull on Tuesday evening rf last week. A short musical ami lit-rarv enterrainniBDt wai given. Kefresh- ments were servnl after which dan irg whs enjoyed. Sheriff Stearns and CjrsUbls Hinilj raidod I'lulip uerrr.an a place in Ash uilot Saturday evening but were un able to find any intoxicating liquors. Oscar II Cooper of Hinsdale and Mrs Elsie L liar ley were married at the hoire cf the groom on Kilburn s'reet Tuesday evening, June 2,"i. Mr aril Mrs Cooper will resido bere. The first edition of a history of tbe Stearns family of which several live in town, has been exhausted and a Eecond edition is to be issued. Miss Susie Hastings goes tbis week tn the Highland House, Hethlehem, for the summer. Mrs Elmira Snow has returned from a four weeks' visit in HprirgHelrt. Mass. Percy Booth and Walter Hrooks wect to Old Or chard beach Mouoay for the summer. James Hennessey of iJoston is em ployed in the upt'.olste i-ing department at Wotherhen's furniture store. Miss Fiske of Drattlehoro has been the autst of Miss Ellen C Walker for sev eral days. FELL, 30 FKKT OS THE HOCKS, Five Men Injured, Nol Klllril-SIBglnu Gave Way on flrlflire nt North Leverclt Further particulirs of the bridge accident stow that the brief despatch ItiesJay saj mg live men were tulle exaggerate!! uie nets, bix nun were at work painting the new bridge o t-'.o Central A t-rmont railroad cjm panv acrnss "Saw-Mill" river North Lnvcrett and by the giving wav of a f-t.-ii'in tney fell a distiir.oo of to :ii feet "n tha ricks below. Of lb six th.it fell, fivn were more or les injureil, wljile oue escaped with only slight injuries. livn were severely tieit. j ts; Williams, an Icdi;n, hm his left aim injured and suffered compound fraeturj r.f the left le The other man h3d tbtee ribs biok ar.il the right erm below the ellnw tioth received nmnv bruises of minor nature. lnree or the men were able to go to their boarding plNCcs. Ur Cook or Montaeuu wa called and physicians summnne froai Greenfield. Urs Stetson, Host Howe and Newton were driven over, The two men wera taken to tbe Kar ren hospital from Montague by trol ley. Samuel Hastings, one of the select men of Vtarwuk, met with a serious accident last week. As he was lo-.d ing bis borse froii the barn, the atii tual became friihtened and rtn throwirg Mr Hustings rion. Th curriauu wheels ran over him. break irg a bone in one of his ankles a:u hruisinij his shojl iers. His lotidi tiou is us good as could be expected FOUTCNKS IX l'ATK.T .MKOIC1NES A Well Known Patent Mrtllt-tne Itii.liie.a Ju.e Iucorpornt.ill'rianc-e of n l.lfe Time. Some nf the :rre;dt f.irtunca of then. have been made in the patent inlirliie bui lies.. Look ut the princely Incomes enjoed ( iv the Munvon-, Aver, Hoods and orlicr The I S Army t Navy Tablet Co. a tiatent medicine concern that lia been adverti-.iii in this and hundred of other bain-rs fur eu'ral years, ha.-, been iucorjiorateil for tbe purpose of onlai'L-ein the businos. and now oiler to inventors a limited (piantitv of the !t-ck. This biiines is abolntefv free from del is well known and will doubtles- pay irood k'roini'l luKir investors uamKome itivnli'inl for hie. roll particulars ijmoi aiiplicanon to I S ,M:MV ,t N.VVV TAIll.Kl lo.1T 1 lltb St, New York. iWs. Kllird Uy n Train, A man suppo-e.l to be John Hrauley of (Juincv, Mass, was struck and killed bv Irani at Kiciiarls'n n cro--ln betv.ccn .mh- ford and We-t Wilton. Tuesday. Tlie ear riage 111 which he wa- ndiiii! was demolished were aKo two other- he had in tow. whil, tbe pan of hor-es he w as dt i inz were -ome what injured, lie ws un his wav to Wesl Wilton, w here his emiiiover John II Dinetan lo spend the summer, ami wa- cxpeete.l to hup bv train, Wednesday, with lii lainilv. Mr Bradley was about ;!5 years of a'c. an 1 leaves a widow and one child A household necessity. Or Thomas Eclectrie. Oil. Heals burnf, cuts, wourils of any sort: cures sore thrat. croup, i.itiiirb, asthma; never fails. j. 01 l.oi 1.51 2.iM ts Pure Alcohol. Ini) nrted Port and Sherry Wine, alio S4.il. Ai; i:oods carefully naekeil and shinned to our a niress in any part or iNew tngianu. We make no charges for imckases or packing Send P. O. order, Iteglstered Letter or Ex pre Money order and you w ill receive your sroods by return express, l'rice Llsts'sent sent bv mall on application. For reference your local bank. 0 6m STALLION. & 1 mat RtanHaril ani re?1fi. TtLUf W tere1 No. SH.M2 Is 7 years oi l .lime 2, IMol, wetzhs 1U0 pounrts, ami 1 a beautiful dapple brown ; floe atvle and ac tion fed was .Iri-d by San Janclnio bv Wm. Tell, by K nicker iHS'ker. by Hsmbleionian In. w 1 nam TeU'a dam was so.ftp hv Mambrlno Hm. nen. Hed WV dam waa Lottie Tell by Wm. T ;i, ; 1 dam Mollr inner. Ped vv, will make th eeasnn. Sunava ex revte.:, a the stable ot OwarT. Ware, lirattie b rn. services till. Maren at owner's risk. B. O. WARE. 3 lbs Sausage 25c AT RICHARDSON'S. SpntVord. The rrmiiirs of Hector Smith of WesL Swnnzev, a former re-ident of this plnc. were brought here f r burial la?t Safiirdny. lie leaves a wife and two giandsoiis. Ilomnrzo Scott, a higblv esteemed citizen of this place, died very sudden ly at In? home. Monday. .Hire i;tn. lie had worked nil day in hi garden and aft'-r li-: had eaten hi eupner he starr ed to go out dotin when lie expired. He is survived bv bis wife. The furer- 1 wna held the fnllowiiig; Wednesday, Uev X Fiske, ;he M K pa'tor olliciatiiig T.ie grammar nnil primirv school. held u picnic at SilverJale. lat Satur day, eiijoying a very pleasnnt day. Frank Perkins of Boston, visited here last. wepk. Arthur Weiherbee has re turned to his home in West Hindge. Mrs Hersey und little eon of Ilo.ton are visiting at Mm Helen Sweet's. Mrs Esther Whitcomb of Swanzey is visiting in town. Another Ulondln Arrest. A stramrer acting oueerlv was arretted on the stri ct at .Manchester, T ue.dat nigiit. on the iipjtisiiion that he might lie Bloudiu.the lielniMord murderer suspect. Tbe man said that he was William Lyman, and had eca; ed from an in-ane a-ylum at Cleveland, U. Clareniont has votoil to buv the water works at present owned by a company. The town will borrow the money from the Parau Stevens land at 4 per cent, 'giving notes for the amount. William J Mcfiuinness. one of Manrbes- ter's bet known mii-dciaus jumped Irom a three-stnrv window of the Sacred Heart hos pital and died in an hour, lie was slilleriii' irom appennifiu. NEAI.8Y 3IASS.IC1IISETTS NEWS Is there any real gnof roflsou why you are rot iraking cookies ''aay wira a Glen wood Karcof Wcatumrclanil. While moving bis ateani nifll to Ciiedterfield. Moudny Willard Xeton had the misforf uo to break through the Ion j bridee rear Chas Witham'ii throw ins; the boiler ioto the brook. The six bor.-s attached to tho load hid crosd and none of them wera eriou?Iv ia jurod.JTbe boiler is estimated to weigh live tons. Irwin Bryart 4 at home for the summer varstion. K M Greene beijtin caryic mail Moctlay morning. Little Clarice Ilurchina reco'ericff from a evere attack of congestion of the liver. It N :tier to Vej.t weil than cot cured. IH-Witt" Little Il.iriv Uirs tak'n now anl tben. will :iin av koj't vour .k.w"I in erfet t nrler. Thvy nevtr gr-t Inn promote eav gentle actiou. Oretae iiru More. 4 BtK'EI TO OK ATII L KOKGT FIHK. Korthimpton Itn Prriahr In Fldtue 1 Htiiif ho Kerry S-r!o Klme, livcr Piipni, .", of NorMiainiitnn w:i Imrnt'il to de;ith in a frt."-t tir jr ijiivtliJ FiTry Tupi:iy ;itern The lirv wa oil a wuui'l lot owtH1 1 Uy 4 "o wics t l ni! N. Mr UuiMii". who wtirU'il f i rh;irlt M WrL'ht of s?outh ftn'el. 'nr;!:uni'tm. iirie tiMlic lire nntl lifhu 1 th.' lir. 'in m in their tiIi with thr' tl:.'ii::M. ile hecriiiicg-ivtM he-itc! -ini went to lie down :il snme ili.iiatur f;m the tire mrl in the opposite direct Nu truni tiiat hi w hich ib'; ti.UMt!'- were runiiiiu After the tire deen extin'ii-lieJ. ii:rj:;;ry w;i tnrnle u to the where:tbruN of M.' I;i(nii-i. Mi- Ichly w:h f'Miml ut the J-I.iee when he i iztm ti lie down. Tiieeln;h were hurfie-l uwnv the arms ami feet were partly Imrned oil', a'lt! the 'ei.l're h:hy wn l!.ifken'il. Tlie xviini h.ni hhifleo ano! hronaht the thorn's ;iiHn the verv spot where Mr I::pui- hudl iid?dowii. , It i-iiippo-ed that he hd Imvoui; imfoneioti' irom tlie nat and tlie iiain1 -ame i,n ui.n and hit me 1 him to tie.it o . Mr Impm leaver a widow and two daughter. Hi liojie Wsis t.:i Tark av 'imo at Noi ihaTnpton. The tire at Smith- Kerry was a erio: one. which humed oer7." acres of irround aud destrovej several huudred cord of wuod. SONS OF TKUHOST. JOHN VANXK CI1E.VKV. A Pt WKoronn Ufa Kanilly of Lj-rl claf, hiiiI Who . Kur.uolc ilia Law Fur iilteralure. J'diu Viinc9 Chenov, thouch l)rn in No Vork si at o, uns bruuaht up in ermont He negun lite as a tench er but rjlinciuuhod his positiou to situdy law nnil waa admitted to the Mass:ichu3ett3 bar. He renuived to New Vnrk city, where he tuck up practise of his profesnon. Ho came nf A noted fumily of sin?ers, Biid nothing wns umre nuturnl than t'iBt he shoulu cultivate the muses. Some of his verse trnictnl tb favorable Hltimtinn of Ur J O Holliinil, then editor of the t-lil "Seribner'a Magazine." Kroui tint time bo nus written r Cteat deal of ver?e, much of it of hi'jh quality. Ill health obliged him to abandon the lennl profession, and he made his home on tbe Pacific Coast. In be nsj.su rued charge of the San Francisco Free Public Library, and bis incumbency was nmrltod by distinguished success, li 1S91 he be came librarian of the Newberr Li-bia-y, Chicago. He has published several volumes of verse and contrib uted Iirz&lyto magazines. lie is also the author of numerous essays cn lit erary subjects, especially ou poetry, which ara charactnriiiod by extensive reseaicb, c :naor and disscrinjiuatio,' appreciation. The July number of The lihck Cat tins an int?retini? sfery entitled "The Man with the Ke1 rants,' wiitteu by Unrlu Orcn Cummins cf Montpelier. Ex-f-enaior Kdwnnls writes to I!ur i Hilton that t ie condition of hi. Iieabh will not permit him to visit ermunt during "Uld Heme Vpi-k." Reeded a Chain. A Btory Is being told nbout a German who lias a hotel far down town. An artist one of tlioso barroom artists who make pictures on mirrors with soup called on tho German tiio other day und asked for noiao work. "TYell," tho Gentian Raid, "yoti inlplit paint n brown benr on my hIkh. How much would you idinruc to do it?" "Two dol lars," tho artist answered. Thereupon the contract v.'iis made, nnd tho bear was painted. At tho mil of the Job the nrtlst cnlil, "Don't yilii want mo to paint a chain on the bear?" "Would you charge ex tra for Hint?" nald the (krmnn. "Tea. That would cost !fl extra." "Then I can't afford to havo it done." Tim art ist departed. That night it rained, and, lo, In the morning tho benr bad vanish ed from the tslirn! Tho rain bail washed It away. The (Jerman sent for the painter at once. "My bear," bo said ropronclmil- lv, "Is pine." Tho other answered, Well, I wanted to put a chain on it, didn't I?" The German then handed out ?.'), $2 for the painting of another benr, the third for a chain to make tho picture, pnrmnnrnt. The chained bear now remains upon the sign impervious to the weather. Philadelphia lieeord. A Icid coiuijlcxiiin irenerallv results from inuctiie liver nnd ImiYels. In all Midi ca.-c s lieWitt's l.iltle Karly l!ier produce Kratih iniiiiL' ri'MlIts. (iree'ne'a dnu store. 2 BEXXIXtiTUM lOLXTY. Joel C Uaker of Hutland, J O San rd of Stiniford anJ Henry S Wilson of Arlinytua, a commission appoint ed at the recent term of the county court to investigate the dsruaees t the biifhwavs in Woodford bv recent tlootis, were in Woodfirl Friday eo eauej in that duty, lbe t:wn lias Re plied to tne stute for aid. They will report at a special lnu of the county court to lie hel l M mJny, St.te .- Attorjev Sua-'hoher Bn.ieareil for tr.i Utd and loeal l,-ers for Woodford. I'aitAnirlt-an Polnta. Kverv visitor to the Pan-American FJpo.sition is mare than pleased, and even surprised at the wonderful dis priv proviJud by tse j-.rpositioa uiac- igeilif ut. Not o.lv an' the biiil.lir.;s heanti ful in line nr.d eol ir but t le stupn dous elnutric:l illuminations which lit riant cl.'CoMte the crnt structures are most Hazilinsf in meet. From N'mv Knuliiijil the lines of the Boston ,V Maine are the most, direct to liutTali. Tae aeruc? by this lir e ia not only the ijuiekest. but is tae most completa and l-o the shortest. The route thr.iu-jh Jortheri Massa chusetts knon as the Hjosiic Tunnel or Ueer.'ield Vailev route is or.e rf the niost chariiiii-g and pictures jue in ttie country, and tbe r'e t3 the 1 aii- :iieriean city or Niagara is cxiep- tioiiHliy lo a-. For tourists from lios ton A- Msi.ie t.-rri t ry a pmticuUr ad r:intac;e is the absenoa of a transfer across the :ly of Boston, for llutlulo trains depart from tbe North L'niou Station. Tlie (Jenaral ias.-enijer IJepartmant f tne Hostoa ,v Maiim Kailroai, Bos un, ba- Bi tt-n out an att ractive ilius lated pamphlet on the I'an-Ani'rican K-positiou, which is sent free f.ir the kind. J P Mersrm is said to In behind a Suft-l-'ial ires; now tn-mg formed to .nitre! all bitumicoc, fields oust nf le Mississipi.i and north of the Po- omac aud Uhio rivers. A Terrible Talker. A well known Milwaukee lawyer with a weakness for Ioiib stories was a Yisltor c.t Madison "unco upon a time," ns the story bonks put it. He saw upon tha register of the Park hotel the name of Colonel Gabriel ltouek of Oshkosli nnil decided that ho was In duty hound to call upon that Nestor of the Wisconsin bar. especially ns they had both occupied tho position of crainl master of the grand lodge of Wisconsin Masons. He called on Mr. Ronek In Ills room In the hotel and found the Oshkosliinn In his Khlrt sleeves, yawning. lie be Kan cn Masonry. First lie cave his views of the brotherhood, from the building of Solomon's temple "w ithout sound of tool or ron" down ti date, nnd then he started In on the chapter. Finally, startled by an extra yawn, he broke off his story with: "Well, Galie, a I have been appoint pl trustee for the Asylum For the Den" nnd Dumb I think I had better fro to bed. I have to take an early train for .Tanesville." "For land's sake! Is It possible that you are coin? to learn to t; !k with yo'tr bands too?" came tho blunt reply from the old lawyer. Milwaukee f-"e:iti-nel. What SheMay Expect. The Goat of Love is Marriage and the Goal of Marriage Is Maternity. When a young man and young woman are very much in love every step of life they take is timed to the music of the wedding march. The happy consumma tion may be years away, but down the Dath of the years the clear eyes of love discern the spot which some day they shall call home. And when the mar riage is consummated and the home founded another thought begins to fill the minds of wife and husband, a thought that lies too deep for words, the thought of a cooing baby voice, of Which of Your Fj-ea Crteaf It seems .1 pesltlvely absurd question to ask. "Which of your eyes cries?" In an iveryilny. rcminon or garden orv It Is well Known mar. snit tears make their appearance and rush away down the face seemingly as fast from one a.s from the other, whichever thg other" may be, but If careful note is made, more especially with emotional people. It will be found that one of the eyes lias a special emotional teniieiicj nnd often opens the tear valve before Its companion has decided upon the un happy event. Probably tlie best method f f discov ering the emotional eye is tj attend a pathetic slag- play and when the weep ing period comes along look out for tear No. 1. The writer a I tended such a piece re- oi'titly and was somewhat astonished to find that nil bis grief e:-.tno from the right eye. Whether the solution to the problem Is to be found hi tbe fact that he was leaning on bis right arm must and can only be decided by aa expert. Poisoned by H'.ltr That Bad Been On r'ly Paper. f iprtrude May, the i-years old d-uighter of William Herliert of Sprinirtieid, Mas, died at o.Ii'l, Monday ni.Tiiiicj. from the ellect of sonic arsenic p"i-on taken accidentally by her Thursday. The child was idttinifi! a table watching her mother iron, when of a Hidden she liegan vouiitin-;. Tlie mother w as at a lo. to account fur her sickness, ami it w as a much a an bour before she discovered that tbe girl had swallowed some of tbe tluid from a saucer which bad contained a fly pa per. The arsenic from the paer bad wiaked otf Into the water, making a diluted arsenic pnison. In tbi form tbe powin is quickly active, and it bad -.rone so far liefure the doc tor arrived that be si unable to tave the child's lift:. Abraham Kimme!. employed at 3 Mmi heira'a tailoring et:ii,liainent in Adams, waa pro!aMy fatally burne.l Monday morn ing ly the explosion f a can of lieii'ne, witb which the man ckaning. t'barlra O MolTitt nf Sonthmpt'n hn eniered uit at Vrihaiiii'ton agahit ha- U- II Hailing- K 1-ecaiiM: ,f the ane-re 1 alienation of the a:".Vitious of the piaiiitilT's wile. A mm atiorit -i0 year o'd wa fonnd dead Tiie-day evnin oa the beach ffroon.l. at r-outs 111 Key Kali-. lie was idem-tie I ia'rr as A'lam lirad . a t e tP-r. who icnatr , lived at South llailey Kails. " j You May Need "PdihidUg For Cuts Burns Bruises ) Cramps Diarrhoea All Sown! Complaints It Is a tare, (afe anl qnick rcaio.lv, There s ONLY ONE J Perry Davis". P Two sizes, C3C. Bill 5,!; Informntlon Dpalreil. The rural postotlloo Is the bureau of general Information no less so iu Geor gia than in Vermont, and the Atlanta Constitution reports n conversation pre- clpitnted by un old darky who ap proached tbe village postmaster aud said: "Any letters fer rue?" "No." "Any postal cards?" "No." "Is my inner come?" "No." "Got any almanacs?" "No." "Well, docs you know Anybody what wants to buy n live alligator:" tlie patter of tender baby f-.-et and the music of happy b2by laughter. If the love of man and woman leads to marriage, and marriage look9 to mother hood, what is the plain an-1 obvious duty of th" woman about to assume the obli gations of wiishood and motherhood ? It is her duty to prepare herself for her own sake and the sake of the children that may be given her, as well as for the sake of h;r husband and her home. HOW TO PREPARE. The first thing to do is to cure diseases of the delicate organism which under mine the health ami strength. Kegu larity should be established, disagreeable and weakening drain must be stopped, weakness must be cured. "I have taken six bottles of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription," writes Miss M. Fyfe, of Orilla, Simcoe Co., Ont.,"and two bottles of the 'Pleasant Pellets,' as you advised for congestion of the uterus, and for weakness, and can sifely say that your medicine has been the means of restoring me to good health again, which I had not had for over three years, until taking your medicine. I thank you for vour kind and prompt at tention to my letter asking advice." Ur. Pierce's Favorite Prescription meets the needs of women at every pe riod of life. It is invaluable in that transition period when the girl becomes a woman, establishing regularity and pro moting the general health. It dries of fensive and enfeebling drains, heals in flammation and ulceration and cures female weakness. Front the time of the first change from girlhood to womauhood until the last change of life, in all the weakness of womanhood and trials of motherhood Dr. Ilerce's Favorite Pre scription is a true woman's friend. It makes women strong and well. " It is a pleasure for me to recommend your medicine, ' Favorite Prescription ' and 'Golden Medical Discovery,' " writes Mrs. Rhoda Russell, of Corbet, Navarro Co., Texas. " I had suffered for years with a disagreeable drain and other fe male troubles, but now, thanks to your medicines, I am much better and your medicines have done me more good tuan all else. I took nine bottles of ' Favor ite Prescription' and sis of 'Golden Medical Discovery.' Had it not been for Dr. Pierce's medicines no doubt I would have suffered continually the rest of my life. I shall always praise these preparations. Tbe cost of them is so lit tle compared with the good 1 felt, yet I owe yoa for what you have done for me." TUB NEXT STEP ia wifely preparation is to prepare for motherhood. Preparation by the use of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription will ?ive bodily strength and mental checr ulness. It will banish that feeling of fear and apprehension which so many women suffer from at this time. It will encourage the appetite, induce refresh ing sleep, and make the baby's advent practically painless. "I was pleased that Dr. Pierce an swered my letter," writes Mrs. C. W. Young, of 21 South Regent Street (Lee Park), Wilkesbarre, . Penna. "I had several mishaps before my husband per suaded me to take your medicine. My back used to almost break when at work and I would get sick at my stomach and have such headaches I did not know what to do; they used to set me nearly crazy, and I used to dread to get up, I felt so bad. Then I began taking your medicine. When baby was expected I took it all the time I was that way. I felt fine all the time and I never get those dizzy spells now. I hardly ever have a nervous headache any more. I have a perfect romp of a boy; he is the light of our borne. I am now twenty years old and my baby is almost eight months old. I feel well, and weigh iSo pounds, and the baby 23 pounds. We feel very grateful for the good your med icine did for us. We are both hearty, thanks to Dr. Pierce's medicine." FOR BABY'S SAKE the use of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrip tion is advised for all expectant mothers. It not only helps the mother but helps the child. All the child's strength must come from the mother. " Favorite Pre scription " gives the mother strength to give her child. There is co alcohol in " Favorite Pre scription" and it is absolutely free from opium, cocaine and all other narcotics. Women su0cring from chronic ail ments are invited to consult Dr. Pierce by letter fret. All letters are privately read and privately answered and the writ ten confidences of women are guarded by , the same strict professional privacy ob served by Dr. Pierce in his personal con sultations with women at the Invalids" Hotel and Surgical Institute. Addreat Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. The invitation to consult Dr. Pierce by letter free is not to be confounded with the spurious offers of medical ad vice which are made by irresponsible persons without knowledge or profes sional experience. YOUNG MARRIED PEOPLE and those looking forward to marriage will find Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser an invaluable guide to health and happiness. This great work containing iooS large pages, is sent free on receipt of stamps to pay expense of mailing only. Send 21 one-cent stamps for the book in paper-covers, or 31 stamps for the cloth-bound volume. AxldreiS Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo. N. Y- GOOD MORNING Horses For Sale ! Just Arrived This Day. Mouilny, June lOlb. Full Carload cf Horses, tone and see theai. Larjre matched pair and -imrV workers and drivers anions tlieiu. I have thirty-rive hores to select from. At No. 0 Elliot street. G. E. GILMAN, Proprietor. Brattleboro, June 10, in A. 01-tf SlIdlnK to Ilapplneaa. Old Lady And so you expect to get married when you grow up 7 Little Girl Of course. Everybody gets married. I won't say "no" like Aunt Lucy did and be nn old maid. N,i, indeed. ' Perhaps you von't like those who ask you." "Db. yes. I will. I feel Kure that when a real nlee little boy I mean man conies to ask me to get married I'll be so bnppy 1 won't wait to run down stairs to meet him. I'll Just slide down the balusters." CARL F. CAIN, TAILOR. Altering and Repairing of Ladles' and Men's Garments. .Cleaning and press ing. Authorized Agent for Lewsndo'a Dye Co., also Wllder's Improved Coat Hangers. 117 Main St. - Brattleboro ARTHUR H.H. LEWIS, D.V.S. Veterinary Surgeon. (ira.mate WeMorn Veterinary t'o! e;:e, Kansas City, Mo. 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