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SEMI-WEEKLY 1.50 "Lot all the ends thou anneal at be thy Couiitry'a, thy God's and Truth's.. BRATTLEBORO. VERMONT, TUESDAY. AUGUST 13, 1901. I'KU COPV. WANTED. V k i Mt'n ami n onten lor lnoui iid IM'W.U K. Miliary nuu t -tt:ijee. 1(11 U -J.Vi St. AlliUllS. t. ,V2t r.tTi-:i)-U iiflilnir at home. Done well '.i i vf.l-MiiJiiMf . ii n iii rrcii irrorniii i v Vk nut I'V '!;iv or hour. Kor further par y :u: ..r Ttc-i?i'i.'oiiil -hnii'l llcht two. horse or V ff ivv (nu'-tiove luiuhcr w.ijron. Art trw. -t ttlny Imvef-t an price, P. O. Uox MS, -To luiv a htiflnpsn hornfl. ChII it. O. Kikk, NorthlleM, Mubb. lt triTKl Iniinertlatcly a customer for v-roi'tii iiousi', "U'u noom uve Years, ,,. iv foils i mi" "itc ui me -.i..v iuijc uuinea lent !!tti tio'iif, here is Reliance Rdrtoin offered 4 tf U DUETT A CO. V rTFi Airpnt in nratneboro ana vtoin i.v tn -t i! J efiiS mm donees ior fin in e. iLiihiii ' inrti iiHiibt. ix-ntim opportunity .,ra'lv;iivt"niiit to rifj.it party, lr tin Inter ..(. M.is ;tp!-'v nt cure hp tii'M itj now open. 4-M'ftTHK l'SKS I'AOITIC TKA t'Om i i a Merchants Kow, Hutlaurl. Vt, a.Vl 'KD Snneone to reseat chairs. liKITINU 11KOS. tirj.TK A practical tarmer of lame ex ltTieinc in lanmiig aim general h'li-liers Ulatin, N. V. Ur as t Kti-IM) You Want 1hn Ketormer i!,jr.i'' l n --ularly, Hit Uy it 1h printed, to :ve irit-ij'i r rrhitive in a clitt&iit Siate? If r v,v luiw ;i r.unKiiiK piupusmuu ior you mac win i;ur.t.y. V man to work anrt live on our 1 if TAXTKU i K.UMi. W. if. liK'HAKDSON A CO. rANTKI-W:islilnifs to do at home. Mlts, Asm N , r orest street, ground Moor. Htftf ta.vi'kii IMsh wanner. ji'tioid Lake. SILVEKUALK HO- L"r.M ycia iiii'iress 10 lot, r. F. Johnston t -t., and he win come to your rest. itct anil retiio', e your teeth suns puiu. 22-tf, MNTEIJ. tuftomcrs for quantity of noiie unv, huik. Inquire at Vallev MW Ch.'S Oli KICK. It WILL lAT VOU. If !n ffant of carrlajre or sleigh palnttnor, tc rjiiatforiiero bo. Main and Canal St. or Stock- ktie sutbtt. Flrbt claims work. O. IS. Kameey. lUANTED WOOL. Highest Market Price Paid. E. H. DAVENPORT, w West Biattleboro, Vt. THE PROFESSIONS). GEO. H. AS'1KHIIN, I'liVBlclAtl 1 si;rL'L'nn. uitice and residence 8 IU!c irctt. Mirirerv, hi nil its liranirhcs. a laity, i itili'e hours: until 10 a. m., 1 to 2,:iO . ni.. i to 5 eveiiiiiir. Telephone "Brooks 2tf ' X. Odl.UTH WAIT, O. D. , Dentist, ' N'irthtii I'i, Mass., Thursdays, Krldavs NUMBER 5. TO KENT, I ii ,? ,-".IIOIM "'" ollieos In I'lleiy With power In annex. ilH9 four llonrs 4tf rroi?K'v'I'Teilt'ni!l" '""f rooms, 6 Grove -street. 3lf rP0if,SNT&lx ro "n Tnenii'nt, all one lloor. i tunnlnl? water, moderu, in. 11 B. V . J, llli K I'I' I'll Keep a Bottle of TO I LETI N E Handy for IVY POISONING FOK 8ALK. ITIOK I,K (Jood work liors"; welelis IJfO J iouuds. V. f. KlCII AHLSON Co. etl FOK ftAI.K Four hellers, one new milch, other three eouilnp ll n ; aim Nt. iter. nard doit. M Its. O. t. Dknsmokk, West Hum merstun, Vt. 5-u SI. A II WdtlD for sale. Inquire 4 Crosby 41 f ITox. John K. 1:i sski.i., ex-coni;resmati ami camliilate for governor of Mass., wrote: notwitnstaiiding I am under a ihvician are, I um usine; Tolletlne, with the verv be' results, fur Ivy l'olsoninf,'. It is one of the cleanest, most agreeable lo tions I have ever used."' All Drugiiists, 2-1 and SO cents. C. E. DOWNER, AL-ent ijloR A I.K Two second hand ladles' hlcy . cles In ood order. -.', lili jcc St. Ui4-if "pou 841. f A llrst class, full course scholar snip in liusiness Coiicko. Olllce Ketormer In FOR A I.K-A alio. Modern. second hand Chlckerlnir PI first claH condition, nearlv as go.rd as new. Will he sold for less than one. third Its cost. AddtesB Hnx 04, Urattie boro.Vt H7-tf ' 17(OK 8 A LK An Ideal Cash Kelster; new - and In perfect condition. A Uaiitaln. Ad- ilress "1," care Ueloriner. T3tf FOR RAIR-:hcai-Sccond hand SO II. P. Unrtirht Marine Knirlne 14x14 cylinder. 09 drivlnif pulley, a II lo Rood order. n est I'utumerstou. ARTHUR H. H. LEWIS, D.V.S. Veterinary Surgeon. Graduate Western Veterinary Collese, Kansas City, Mo. Surgery In all lis llrauches. Office at C. S. STOCKWEI.I.-S STAH'.K. Telephone SS-J Rear Cr jsby lllock BAILEY'S REAL ESTATE AGENCY Sells Everything. Addrecf IP. J. 33AILE-r. Kyther Block, llrattl eboro, Vt. Horses For Sale ! Just Arrived This Day. Monday, June 10th. Miox 4: hiiokkr. Attorneys at Law ' fJrii-i!.-.' in Mate and Federal Courts Ver rt, M i-:u tts, New Hampshire and New in. i: ai. l ii ( 'liery llul ding. 74-tf II. f,. H tTKRH.n'. 41 Elliot St. Of. J i'c In iirr: I.'. al to 2 -it) & ti to H. M. 4litf ATEIt.Mvx 4. MARTIN, Attorneys at Law, Hank blue, linittleboro, Vt. D i:tis i it y in all Us branches. Teeth ex. lr... milium pain. It. It. KINKLAH. U. : Ma:n Mieet. u-sif F, BAKBKR, I). I). S., Union Block, ortr Ureenu's drun store, Brattleboro, Vt. WKS CUM.A.ND, M. D., Physician and 5'JJfrill. ..r itt lei .nm Vt rWK.-a In I'vr.ul.i, ltk. Residence. So . 3 w'alnnt Rt. OlKce Ma horn e to a a..m., 1 :30 to 3, and 7 to S p. m. L"Kt:i) li. riMiHKK, Attoiney and Conn- . or at i. aw, solicitor and Master In Cban-t.-..ectluiis promptly made. Chester, Vt. ull Carload of Horses, Come and see them. Jjtre matched pairs and single workers and drivers anions.' them. I have thirty-five hores to select from. At Xo. I0 Elliot street. G. E. GILMAN, Proprietor. Ilrattlelioro, June 10, 11HH. !U-tf S. AV. EDGETT & CX)., Real Estate! Investments 4"- jsow is n iroou time 10 huv a liousc lor investment or a Home, call on us and see what we have x arms, village property, any thing on earth. S. W. Eixsktt & Co. liO-tf John Tak t, 4:itf JTKaM SAW AND HHINOl.K MIII. O For SU. Ample jiowit; near Siatlou; plenty of Umber: no other mill In vicinity, or. feredata very low price. Address liox ii Eeene, N. H. 6tf-tufr WANTED. Everybody to know, that Ilrattlelioro, Vermont, a famous old town, fouiulnti ninny pliicea of ditinifiitbhcd renown One especially noted you nurely nhonid pee, J tint opposite the UrattlelMiro Houte la Flago ltK4iM WhetHtone Cafe. There at all hour and with polite attention. You can he served with the heat it In possible to n.fui nn. The Ice Creams, Sherbet and Sodas are fine, And everything eUe kept In their hue. For 'Z'.i rents at this fiinous (ttand You can iret the best meal ever nerved In lly; lund. Should we have flomethiiiK new at some future lime. We will rend out a card all printed In rhyme. Don't forget the name. FLAG ( "I BKOS. Whetstone Cafe, t U Brail leboro, Vt. TRUSS. FOR SALE. Story and half house, ii rooms.wtrh ell, 9 Pearl Strret. one share I'rospci-l 111 A.ili:dlict, also Crowell water and i-oiiiiei'ted witii the sewer. Iinitilie C. W. Thomas, Bond Block. 4 i.t For Sale. i: K T g ll in: k i: i ks Of Hll kinds, Special 3 Mis. Cherrv Prunes for 2.v. Blue berries and other trulis. Telephone call 4-.'l. f ' tf J. tt. lll SIINKLL, .o Flat St. We call attention to our new and complete line of the fr. Rnrtrk Pii.iunmtr Trii., the llncst in the trarket Cool, dur able and aiwai s In plui'e. skillfully lilted and Kuaruntecd. t.KO. (.KKKNK, suIcAbi ui. 4 r,.'t Do You Send Your KKKOltM K K, after readinar It, to the boy or jrirl or n latlve or fiten t at wome d'tsnt hliiti' ll w, we can do It better and cheaper for you by mailing ilm-rt from the oftlce, and hi thu other end tfcev w ill t il wmic It 1 new and iresu. v rue lor terms. THE (.BEAT STRIKE NOT SUCCESSFUL. FARMS FOR SALE. If you want to trade fur a farm or other real estate, or if you have any lo sei. Jet nie hear from you. f J. A. MI J.I.Kit, Kast Dummerston, Vt. Por Salo. One new two storv House on Pleasant St.. ten rooms, Crowell water to house and connrcted with sewer. Land lis feet trout, lte feet bacf Also some (rood Ints to build on an 1 some other pood properly lor sale, ( a 11 and ee property. Must be sold. C. W. WAKO. I'i Pleasant St. S4 tf Brallleboro, Vt CO TO CLEASON'S ' nm Fresh Vegetables. 5 Corn. Shell llcan. String lieatis, New L'abliai;e. Beet-, Carrots, Onions, l'eas Fresh Every JIorninR. A No Watermelons, ( antelopes. Teaches, Pears, 1'luins and Tomatoes. GLYNN'S DYSENTERY TABLETS Contain no Opium or other harmful druir. Cures all forms ot iKsenterv. Oiarrho n. Sum mer Cinnnlatnt, (ft Iplng and eolte plna 1M.MK II ATKIiY, and do nut eonr.il pate or produce fever hut remove all Inflammation and fi ver aud leave you In natural condition. Are espec ially good (or the children. 4Zv. a Imix at ail dealers or by mall. I had a severe cukc of summer pomuljtint thin mourn niio 11 couiinue'i tor leu days, i tiled several remedies, hut thev -td me no piioit. I anally (rot a box of (ilyiuiV Oisenterv 'lan.ets ana lour ot itiem entirely enreil me." W ILLIAM . TAYLOII, Bellows Falls, Vt., Aur. WALTER B. (JLYNX. MaunfacltirlUK l-harma.-lst, &imoiis Kivcr, Vt J. E. GLEASON, i 3i ELLIOT STHEET. I K k. k. LVNCII. oflice and residence 411 -' r.i.'.ut st., lirntt chore. Vt. Ottice hours Jl'U. Ill 1 1,1 .1 Hlnl RO, 1 to 9 p. in. II. Will II AM. M . II. Whllii.v ' ', .V 1:11 street, Brattleboro Practice 1 ii iti :isi-s of the Eve. Ear. Throat. f5v ' "s-iir. 9 1 p. m.-4, Tues ai n.-ays only. lieir.alnder of week at OHV E. iiale, Attorney at Law, Guilford, J53""t- lS-lUtufr ill. P. G. Bloik. 1) PETTEK, DcntUt, Cro.by tr liol'ten'sdrun store. w4nf S. PKATT, M. D., IS North Main street, ,"',u;,. nilli'e hours until S a. m.; I-t,:;i" to s p 4iif RKMOST HAMIl.Td.V. M. O.-Oltlr 1 .--- iinif, No, it North Muln Sirect. 1.; 1 to 2.a and early evening 1 10 j p. tn. xe.'eunone can Jl? WV -E ARE F,UYL(r WOOL F. HlCHAIiDSON & Co May li;, lsml. ,-4 tf JULIUS C. TIMSON. liEAL ESTATE AH EST & AUCTIONEER Satlsfac lon (.naranteed. IS Union Block, Claremont. N. H KelabMshC'l IS'. Loiik Ills. Telephone. i Sir..! heucastilh:. "PP .IO.VKS Cook.. Stationery, ictures and Franilmi. liyl n tn. . K ((( vvholr.nl. itnri retull bC,; "', -'-'cisiif ail tlnds. Office 'o. 33 .h uinii H .im iiw J - TI1ACKS, RKrJTTLE8()KO crSTOM LA v SDRT -, mi,,ii n.r aii'i iien euru.ua a specialty. Telepnone 47yt (uti-i : -r.i.iiKll fiTV.M .adovi. t.tar.',. u " ---- - " - - - 'ittiir OIIXDl S flat St, K. B. 1 nomas. a-'yur 1 -k m ' c,,m Tailor, Byther rri.sinr, i -"i"1. cieansmr. ItepalrliuT ffiitine at short notice. Awl Jobbi JACOUS, Hoc. Shoeing and A'- Canal St. V l?l.IALL, Cftnnter anil si.t.r Ll J f Clark ,o t. ifyl Deal 2itf I-VSCHAXCaS. T tvt lu 'net-man Jenne, ' Lu-iH'e'.Acc,-,"'t. Plate Giaaa, Em t t,J Elevator. trrfr.rH f wrBaB 1 VY J "'""y " surety Bonua hfc o. o. co. 1 7 if-tufr fanted Immediately a i;ealltifil Home In W ""U-e. l.nrn .n.l . 'uin.le from end of nMrv ater. bouse tlate.1. blind 's'. It. .it r "v. Ha. A v 1 -r ex ,.J"'hr.f(.l.,r, ? ti .(! ETT & CO., Agents. This mn lor tenement CARL F. CAIN, TAILOR. Altering and Repairim; ot Ladles' ami Men'9 llarments. ;Cle:inlng and press ing. Authorized A'ent for Levrando's Dye Co., also Wilder' Improved Coat Hangers. 117 Main St. Cabinet Work Furniture ll o'pninnir, (tl:izinir. All kinds of Saws Gummed and Filed. Why is the Life policy of toJav belter than that of twenty year aifii? because yon inav ninv buve a policy of ;irivili'i.'es, of cash, loan, paid-up and exteu-ion values, orn A-Ltt-h vou cotitnd I mm the start and the i'hv incut of Li i h jnii can direct at uiiv lime. 1 Corre-ponih nee (M'!i ilcil. i Xoox 33ollis. C;in put you in an Electric or Me cliiinical Electric Door Bell. HARDWARE.. SELLS CHEAP FOll CASH. DON A. WILDER. 40 Elliot St. SUCH TIIK PRESET APPKAHANCE AT LE1ST. Hardly Half lhe Dim Kip.clrd Have Uonc Oill Lcailtn Aililill 1 hr arc lla-appoliit.-l l.nrg. .1u11brr. of Plain. Ituiiiiliie-MaDir Kmployrr. Unlly He rii.. toOlny Sink. Ordcra. Tile (ievelonments of tho nant four days id the pro-it steel strike have lieon urjidvoratile to tBc men and strongly in favor of the trust. The oruer to vn out Saturday emiintr lias met thus fur with ilisatitKiititinL' olipilinneH. Thorp if some disnute ever the Bu-- ures. but today's (Ifsualchea isv only UOtK.) nion in all hare ohnvtil it. in ad'. lt ion to tl'o. 4'i.(i(IO that ntieved the first to calls, mnkioL' l.(KMi in all. ll.e strike leaders claim only HC.OIKi now to be uLt, where it was exrifi toil tliHtlho BtriKi' would include nl.out 1C(I,(K)0. Hut they iiert that there are lartrc uun-lieni that will vet Bo out. It is certain that tin steel workers in booth t'liicat'o and many other p:iints in the west and the enirlopes lit the Sfottilale and Old Mention plants of the American Sheet Steel company at ar dertrrift, Apollo. Leeehtiurc Hyde 1'arn aim tfaltshure:, the HonifsteaU ami many ether lants are all running full time either with non-unbn men er eld employees who nave refused to oliey the stri.e order. The pi lii y of the Aaeriean Fedora tion of Laber has r.ot jet been fully disclostd, and that fact contributes another clement of iiucertiintj' to the situation. l're?i(tcDt Shaffer nf the Amal nan at. ed association honever savs it is a titfht to the iinisu and it "will eituer win out or ceas to exist. " Aocordine to the president of the Ariia!i.'ota!ed association an offer to sutitutt tho case to arbitration was made by the lBtor union oflicials last Fiiday and waa rejected by Mr Morgan, wiih the words that "this is no time for arbitration." The steel trust h now nostlne notices on all its closed mills stating that when they open anain it will be with non union men, indicating a determination to have done with unionism now for all tune. SWALLOWED STRiniXIXE, FOUGHT OFF WIFE, SHOT HIMSELF. WALLI.VGFOKD MAS BCCCBEDS I. SI ICIDK- III and fr.poiilriit-V If. Struggles Ilr. errairiy i have llliu But In Talii-Hor. Kxt.llent Kciuiatlon, Kutland. Aun 12-A rle kIb between Kdward KlaLajfan of Wal- .niniurii, living on tuo road to Kut- iar.i, anil his mfo vesterdav aftsrrunn eni-eit in the success of nia detor oiined effort to end bis own life. iesteroay afternoon at -I o'clock hi wile learned that te had taken a iin of strychnine. Quickly preparing an Huietioof mustard anrl nste-siie at tfmpted to cinpel birr, to take it. J he struggle that ens.ied lastr several minutes and pnrted in his tnrosing her off. Then tletermi' eil to die Flanagan seized a .'ll-calibre revolver, placeil it against bis bread and tired. 'I lie bullet pissed thiough tiia heart, up through the shouljpr bli!. and loyge.l in H19 headboard of the lie J. Heath was instantaneous. Theautof sj sinned that either the p-iao.i or shot would have beeo fatal. The bulit went throiiub bis heart, eaine out at. the shoulder t lade, and lodged in the headl oarrl of tbe l.fd. Flanagan hail lived at Wallingf .rd but a short time, havkg last spring pur' base 1 the Charles brown place iu mat town. lie noie an excellent rep utation atnocg those who knew Bim. He was p; yeari of age and is sur vived by his wife, tj whom te was but recently married, a brother acd thr"e sisters. The only reason for his act is thought to be exi.essinely ties tondtrt condition, caused by contic tied ill hoilth. It 16 reporteti that vrBllir.grord tint some tine ago RRATTI.fc.HOKO HOt lKTV. Friday oj'eo- Dnnce at Central Park ing. The Daughters if the War of 181v at a meeting last -eels admitted oie new member. Mrs J Gray Ketey gave a riinntr party last evening in honor of m,,,. out of toD friends. The Hrattleboro chapter. Daughters rf the devolution, will have a picnic ou jayVlane TI,u"'1''y-lieiinington The Methodist Stirday school electul Ur OO Wheeler secretary Inst Surtlay in tilace of Harry Kimbhli wholius g0Le to Ohio. " A reception was given to Cut t. Charles Clark of the Oregon ut tho I rooks House this 1r.0rt.ing from !) to 10 0 clock. Heteen .-JdO and 4(,0 persors took advantage nf tl e ( ,,. porfunity. Comrnantier and Mrs A I) Brown assistfi Capt aid Mrs Clark 13 receiving as did also (Jen J J Fstey. Hon K HaBhirc i.n.l n,i f..i 11 E Taj lor. Numinerings. Harry Whit" of Svw VrrU i vice. irg bis mother, Mrs Jennie Wuiie .Mr and Mr C A burden ai'i'Om nan in,f Miss Jennie Chaidin. r.in.,,i Saturday from Newport. C ll UuchKnoc. if prrl ,.l.;ll ..I I '. - ...' -"'"""I in eiv torK nrrl .1 h' Ui i.r.. family of Cambridge, Mass, ar v iii i.ror.KB llousf Miss Klii l: Hyde of Wastiingfon is "pending a month at her old home on ureen street. a 1: d ni tv brother r.f Flanagan died hand in a similar manner. by bis own We Are Offering kiiom on: KKid i.Ai: stock TIIK FOLLOWING Brattleboro TTT Very Important 'Vhen you Lave a proposition to make it is very important that you make it to the right people. If you put your proposition in the REFORMER want columns ou'H lie sure of getting at the right people. Our reat army of readers em braces people capable of perform ing any kind of service people ready and anxious to consider any kind of propositions that arc lc- itimate. Price Two cent a word for first Insertloa one cent a word lor aca suteuent hitctUoa. 1 BARGAINS. Tall cans lied Salmon, best 'ptality, i:ic two for 2.V Flat " ' ' Olympic hratiil. 17c Fairbanks' 2 lb can 1 orneil Beef, Tii- " 1 !b can Chicken Loaf, 20c Armour's b:ilf lb can Deviled lbitn. Me " half ib can Deviled Chicken, 17c " one-fourth Ib can Deviled anil PotteJ Ham, jc " 1 Ib can Ham Loaf, Win " 1 lb can Sliced Chicken and Tomiuc, I'i. Beechnut .Sliced Beef, 1 lb eau 'i Willi itins Jioot Beer Extract. l.c Bryant's " " " 10c three for 2.V Daisy Corn Starch, o packaces, 25c sterling Mince Meal, 4 " 25c We also offer some good trades In Soap and other goods which have been slhjbtlv damaged by water. Lenox Soap, 8 for 5. Naptba !oap, 1! for 25c Ivory Soap, 2 lb package Snow Boy Washing Powder, 5c Large cake Grandpa Wonder Soap, 7c Tall cans Red Salmon, no label, I Hops, 1 lu packages, ac A. F. ROBERTS & CO. 81 Main Street. TAYLOR & SON, Cen'l Agents, BRATTLEBORO. VT. ;Other news about Strike so ii page.) .Mrs S II AHport. Johnstown. Pa, savs; 'Our little girl almost strangled lo death with croup. The doctors said she couldn't live but .he wic instantly relieved byline Minute Cough Cure. Greene's drug store. 5 STRUCK KT 'I HK THOLCKV AND PKOBABLY FATALLT BfJKT J. E. MANN. 0k Stralirht Front, Box cirt'cl Kabo No. 602 at .vi. 00 111:1 j- not he classed with the mass of such corsets. Mr F A Wondhurr b.fr r,,j., ... iT it"k f"r " via'r. w '"' her daughter. ......ru .-ooiei vine, on noiird Cape Souiertiile's stedmer which is in harbor lor two weeks, preparatory to his trip. J H Allen left .Saturday for hi? ho ne 111 liutland. called by the illness of his mother. Miss Nellie Brown left Friday three weeks' visit in Burlington. for a : ;ga Springs - It is cniphatiral- i-ly superior in every line to nil oilier garments, as a trial of one will amply prove. (jinlles of course are mostly used with low neck rrowu-., 1ml are ly no means cotiliiicd to such u-e, as many are worn with shirt waists, ivlc 1 1 ai n -1 f We have KdDO NO. d5 at l.00 in such model, pink, hlue and white, and cannot speak too high ly of its beautiful sterling nia ititl pliable Mr. r.,.i 1,001c Ha. Ltg Broken and splllilrrrd In S.vtral Place, Ann rlrnk.naud H.ail Badly Cut by Salng llll Krld.y Kv.nlng by Car .In at 00 Point ol Stopping- Kviiutrilri Knad Irom Blame Count II of Ph) alcana. The worst accident the trolley road has ever bad since its opening, occurred Friday evening about s ;ii.) o'clock nearly opposite the Stockaell store and by which Mrs Kliza Cook had her left leg broken in two pluces and badly splinter ed just above the ankle and her right arm alo broken with a bad cut on the forehead which struck scainst the run nlcg boatdof tbe car besides other cuts and bruises Because of her advanced ige, M. the irjurv is a grave ore and it is verv doubtful if she recoves A conncil of doctors decided yprerdty that the only war to save her life is to amputate the leg and it i doubtful if she eawi survive the oppiatiDD. She and M rs J I. King and the latter' sister Mis Twitrhell of Xew York were just ennitig - together from prayer meeting an I Mi j Twitrhell. stepped across the track safe ly. .Irs ( 00k started to do so but only bad her font over it when struck by the efendr.kn: eking her tloivn and ii dieting the injuries above staled. Mrs Kirg.who was by her side arm in arm and a little b:i-;k, was thrown down a"d bruised somewhat. Lewis i'routv. the niotonii in on the car. states as do r.tber witnea-es present, that he was constantly ringing the wartiii g gorg and tiecause there were so tuarv people there had slowed the car to half speed which would be 7 1-2 miles tin hour 01 the bvel hut not over ."1 miles on an upgrade such as thit was. When he saw tt'Hf the ladic were crossing be tryew ml rbe toner entirely, but tin iii'iin' 1 sii'i 1. Lill,i S 11' II II, 1 ,,t . ,(, , ai d tnc car bad 11 atlv .-topt i.l when I No'intr FALL ri Vrt'lltS orTHK WANTASriUtlCTGOLIi- CU B. A Serie. of I 7 Kv.nl. arranged For-1 he ProKram. Wantastiquet Uolf club announces: its hail tixtures in the slisns nf 17 evectstobe played at intervals, begin ning next Fiiday and continuing 10 Oct 2.1. Tbe regular system of handi. cappitg will be used and a golf tea win be served Friday, tbe day of the tirst mnti:h. Following is the program: Friilav. Aut'ii.t 11! tu.i . 1.... t. ... t, ,. ,.: '""I"' "in nanioc ap tor men. Ligiiteni hn e. u-.r-, .....1 . '1 ries will be awarded. Time for starting P 111. Lntran.-e fee. liftv cent... s wi-nlngtM enter must h iii.I ii,ir ' A llovur.v l.efnie .i.tu,. i.v. Au.'iiKt .!. .Medal n'av hand!. Iivelce holes. First and, be anarded. Kotrance be Ik-fore -Metnbe. liatues t, Wedtiesd cap ior women, st. on. I prie. wi Ii ft v cents.' Friday Auiist .-in. (,,. toiiniammt for II u. mbers of Vanta.,:qit Club. Gr.cn- le-.d. JleliiiA. Fah-.K.-i, V..,.,l .;. 1.1 .... i l'"in ciub., am! pj .:u h..th,.,-. ... ,1., y inviie. H.-t ei'bt to .)n:,jilv "li c up." Medal play. Khteeu 01 siartiiit', iietorc : : liftv cents. -M I'ullllaHt' C 111 ior the -Law holes. Tune bntraiice lee. p ll:. ;mir,ay. August ::i. Kighf .pialifi ing for l.awton Cup.- Kigliteen hole.. ' Medal S lll l INGHAM, VT Hotel Ojion May l.ltli, 1KII. For Trail-lent and S'Miin.cr Omts. Goid liv ery In ci.nnectl, m. lO:e-ts wlii be met al the train. Telephone cutiueelion. Il.itee rcatiinah.e. ts iitu CEO. R. WHIPPLE, Prop. ial Do You Send Your RFFORMER, after ji'11nr It, to th ot fill w mauve or menu at eome ni slant Wanted Immediately A customer for the follow ing Heal Kstate: Xo. 21 ( anal St. This L a twojtenetnent house in good repair anil rented to iron. I t.ar. ties. The liou.e has modern improvements and is located so as to be nccessable to tbe busines part of the town, and also the ililter ent industries. To anv one wantiiiir an in. estment here Is a good'ehanoe, as it is aliout always well rented. 100-tf .. W. KIKiETT ,v CO., Agents. Kabo Coirts are rust proof. We give oi;r pat rons the best i'dJe corset made. J. II 1 " I'' PAN-AMERICAN EXPOSITION. Sjiecial Low Kates and a variety of Tours via the RUTLAND RAILROAD to BUFFALO asu RETURN. Pullman Palace Slecplne Cir to P.offa'o via Norwood and N. V. C, without change. The lowest rate, olfereil hv anv hn. vin, thA Heclal atiractlon of a trip arroMi the l-iands of Lake Champion and tnrougli the Thoueaud Inlands. Call on or write onr agent, for full details. Or C. B. 11., u. p. a. 1011a THE NEW YORK WORLD, TKICE-A-WEEK EDITION As Good lo You as a Daily and You get it at tlie Price of a Weekly. Just a Cem ! arreii. One tnr hntiaup nf n- roon.. fiO foot barn, 'Jtmo t.iirr treva aiifi the loo! t. work them. Smooth lie ids nk1 aetiires. VH M feet of tltnher. KMd nmn.. Lym ti.u farm fhonl.t brlnjt tlMA, Itut to rhe n out we will take 7i-ft. Come and kNik It nrr if lo not hd1 it as we represent In everv ianU u- tue Tnrn-e--k World. lar. w ul!l i.v vim1 fr.. ... nw,.t 1. : L-haw ..ll .k.. .1.. lar, we will your fare l re nn imnk ll3 tf l.ri. r ra Him-k. Itr ... .1 I Tbe Thri.e-a-Week World's .egtz.'ar sun- n-ription price is only ifl.ot) ir year. We oner tnts unenualed newspaper anil The iteiorm r togetder one year for i 2. IS. It furnlshea more at tbe price than anv otner newspaper published In America. It news service covers ail the glotie and is eiiuaieti nv tua'. of lew dailies. It reports rora the Boer war have not bee n excelled in borouvbne.s and promptness, and with the presidential campaign now in nrosrress It w ill be invaluable. Its political news is absolute ly impartial. 1 bis fact makes it of especial taiur to ,011 m tins IIU.V. I If you want to watch every move of the ereat iKditical campaign take" the Thrice-a- i h eeg t oral. If you want lo keen your eve on the Trusts anil thev need watchinir take If you want to the collision occurred, goirg ui'y :i or 4 feet more. The tlep iitions of Mrs King and Miss Twitcto-ll were taked Saturday and they exonerate the motorinan and the road from blame. They say that they saw the car coming, heard the warning gong, and (here wa some taUt between them whether they had time to get ecross aril Miss Twitch ell warned them not to try it a; sie sl ipped over. Thev siv thev c:o nor know why they attempted, it. lint probably she did not know tha' the track was j.ist there or didn't s?e ir or mis judged the distance as the grass was quite high at that point. Motorman 1 roufy bernles all ihe other warnings veiled to them just before they struck. Comiiictor Howo aril Krnesr Go.io erough jiiclied her up all covered with hlooc, placed her in the car and took her to her home at the end of the line. Tho car then went clown jo get Ir Hunter to attend her and he sent for Dr Hob ton to assist. She remains in a peculiar condition, suffering little or no pain aud makirg no complaint. .She sleep much of the tinidbut seems et.tirely rational whn awake. Wi-.lries.lay. September 4. Driving, pri.a hn," ami putting cutest for w,en. itable pne for winner. Xo ei.i ranee lee I one ot -tartii:.-, -j::ji p m- .-viturday. "September :. .Mixed fi,--oine ban heap. 'we he ho e.. Me.'..: v.. entrance fie. 1 " ' Saturday. September 21. Woman's match play ban, "cap. Twelve UV.. Kor the "Kali :iiip. pri.eiee.1 by Mr. lame. Kisk lloek.r. I hi. cim iiiu-t be won three tl ocs to become etinaiient property of tbe whim r. l a. ), winner w hi have her name engrave. t ..ii . naie posse... i, , tor tile Mar. te e fee. I the -1 u : . pia. match . No inat.h No know all foreign ilevelopmeuts, take the I ADVERTISIXG PATRONS PATROX Wil t. P...a ooioC- If so. we can do it lK-ter an.l rjZZtFi.'"' '.'? Anffust Ambllug.. Miss; Katherice Higgins left Satur day for a visit with her sister. Miss Abbie, in llolvoke. Mass. Miss Flor ence Uaraer returced e'aturdov f.oin her visit in Greenfield. Mass. - Mrs M K Micott and son and sister, Mrs Athertnn Ellis, ara spending a o.or.th at their fora:er borne in hurlinston. --Mrs G 11 Morris returns this week from I couple months in Maine. Mr Coon went to Bostm last week to meet her anS tbey visited there and in Somerville.. I Mrs B Ci Corser left Saturday for a visit frith ber ctauirhter ar. Stivk- bndge, Mass. .fas Ixaid and faoiilv returoed Saturday fron a wek nr lu days at J roy, N . E E Gobie aou if returned yesterday from a two weeks' visit at Lebanon, N H. Mrs A r Kor, bins anil children are spend lnpaniontli at ter former hone at Liu tl a lo, M v. Mrs Rose Uarnhaiu retttrned jester day from three weeks' visit in Kut land. Miss Johanna lirown l ft Fri day for a visit with ter emtsr in Urarjby, Mis-. Geo Uupaw left tnis morning for visit at his borne in Leominster. Mass. Mr and Mrs Geo W Hall returner! Sat. nrday night from a week's stay in Xew York. J C Sullivan ard wife left SaLnr. day Ior for two weeks' visit in Turling ton. Miss Mary McGuVe returned Sat urday from a week's stay in East Haver bill, X H. Miss Lena Henkel has re turned from a several weeks' stay in ! Middlehury. Miss Maggie Lee has. re turned from a visit in Claremont. 1 Saturday. eptcmb. r 2s. oP. for men. Vnc Ii, .IL.,p,l handicap. Suitable i.rve t., vi,.. We. It.,- ! , (l. tolier 2. I ine-'cllil for w;..nen. 'X bole-. Mclalpla .i.i.n. i up. .-on. one prve to winner. satimlav. ocp.ber ... Kir-t found match plav handicap lor the Wanta-t:.iiet cup " prcetited bvtiic club. A. up will alo be awarded bvthe clab for t,.i' n, , ... i KiL-t.tien lioie.. This .-no mu.t ,e won ,,e j time. t.. inc. me the permanent properiv of tbe winner. I.acii y, ,tr wi,.r j,.,w, l.is n.iice eiiL-raved on the cup and hive psses.,, f,. (,. ,,.... Nu ,.t...f .We.b:e..:,y oc.-l.,r!'. Fir.t r..:i.,. match ;a.v l',:'m.ic-.p for "La lies i up." ihci 'itb. A cup will n. n be awn .1, d ,v the V Itib o the riiiiner up. Twelve Imli .. s.m.e ..i.'.nin cms as io OWliCi slil'i ils ' U i , t I Cup." s.,tur,iav. ii tolier p. -,, ,.,, , pMj iiaiioicap ior iv antastnpiet ( 'up " Wldne..,l.y. October Pi. s ,,d .m match pl.av handicap P.r "l.-elies- ( . .-iiui.iav. .i.i.ier pi. Semi-titial tn.o iiainiicap ior-IV aiitA.t iptel Cup. . ,.'.--.,.,. . , n ioner -j... .si'iii, tina p. ay handicap for "Ladies" ( up." Miturday. Octolsjr -j,;. Kinals match iiaonicap ior aiilast'.iuet ui -t: pit t i'. h match match play Wednesday. October 3n. Finals match play handicap for "Ladies" Cup." 1 ' Ti.e hanoicfcp committee consists of Charles A Buyden, Charles 11 Th3n,p son. .John Tasker. Tournament committee Gray i-sitrj. auuert, c ti.co", Charles A Hoy den, Walter Hubbard, Jam's Fi-k Hooker. Ollnia Prom f ii.ttl. Merchant S Wilcox and family are at the Bj.uLam cotttge for fort night Mortoo, Starr Cressy hiiiI Howard Wellmaa ere at the Harris White cottage. Are You Interested In F ire, Life. Accident, Fidelity, Steam Boiler, riate Glass, Burglary, Elevator, Public Liability of Employers, Employers Liability, Landlords Liability, Teams Liability, Automatic Sprinkler Health Insurance? We hue leen nn thl. .pare to tell yon about the l.f.HT LIFE IS&VRASI'E IX THE froilLTi, t ut we also warn to remind vou ut we are accnte (or al! k"n Is ot loearaiice. IT 1' rr r. oenera! Aa't. l- 1AUOK c J0. N.tk.n.1 Life Brattleboro, Vt.