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THE REFORMER! BRATTLEBORO, VT.. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 17, 190.
A WORTHY SUCCESSOR. Som.lhluK Ntw Cmttr ths Bun." All Doctors have tried to cure OA TAKRU by the use of ponders, soid puses, inhalers and drugs in paste form Tbeir powders dry up the muoous membranes causing them to crack open and bleed. The powerful acids used in the inhalers have entirely eaton any the same membranei tnat tneir LOCAL Diinimsrilon Cantar. The Friday evening club mnet Frid y even nir of tills ween ac me uaure vestry. I!bu Mr Jackson went tills week to Montreal. Canada, to attend a reeeptioi riven to tho Duke and Duchess of York sou of King Kdward und Krandson of isev iu r jhck i I - ..mhi n hum mm n iik i Lit? vucnu , iLtintn pas e "and 4o ntn ts c.not re.oh the son will return this week in tin.. 5?;-:. a u -.nerienced nrac- attend to tho regular church services 'tinner who has far many years. Fav Miller has gone to Mertdeo to marin o nlnca stilflv find snecialtv of nttend school at the Kimball Academy tho troBtmnnf. nf CATARKtl. has at .Iiles Heed has gone to llellows Fulls wf nn.rn.al n Trpabrmnt which when to work for the Farm Tool Company faithfully used, not only rolieves at Dwight Miller is attending Mt Hermon once, but permanently cures UA- Seminary. Mis Florence Miner lias re TAliRH. bv removing tbe cause, stop- turned to Northtiold Seminary. N .licni.areraa. and purine all Lvude to the Vermont university. ha- inflammation. It is the only remedy win Stowe has gone to Brattleboro to known tn science that actually reaches work for Uuunarn uros. the afflicted parts. Tbis wonnenui remedy is known as "SNUFFLES the and is sold at the extremely low prioe nf Dna Dollar, eaoh nickaoe contain ion internal and external medicine sufficient for a full month 'a treatment Jamaica. Miss Irene Gleason is visiting in Bos ton. Ur A W Fsvoe has returned from the camp meeting at Barre. Miss Edith Wbite wlio na Deen visiting in jortu Held and liarre has returned home. and everything necessary to its perfect (Mrs Grace Noble and children have re use. I turned to wesmeia, mb, aiier a visit "SNUFFLES" is the only perfect I with her rarent", Mr and Mr Daniel CATARRH CURE ever made and is Sherwin-STK Cheney of Pougbkeepsle now rnenvn zed as the only safe ana who has been SDeodiue the summer at nositive oure for that annoying in home with bis parent!, Mr and Mrs riiaonatinir diaeasa.llt cures (11 inflam matioQ quickly and permanently and ia also wonderfully auick to relieve HAY FEVER or COLD in the HEAD CATARRH when neulebted often l.ria tn rONBUMPTION-"SNUF KLES" will save yon if you use it at once. It is no ordinary remedy, but a complete treatment which is positively guaranteed to cure CATARRH in any form or stage if used according to the directions which accompany eacb rack age. Don't delay but send for it at once, and write full particulars as to your condition, and you will reoeive special advicefrom the discoverer of tbis wonderful remedy regaraing your caso without cost to you beyond the regu lar price of "SNUFFLES" the "GUARANTEED CATARRH CURE." Sent prepaid to any address in the United States or Canada on receipt of Ore Dollar. Address Dent K 200 El) WIN B. GILE8 & COMPANY, 2130 and 2332 Market Street, Philadelphia. Wales Cbecev. has gone to New 1-oodon to visit bis brothers, Cecil and Abbott Cheney. Pram Mrs. Morrla' Latter. "I can now eat anything and enjoy it. My stomach and liver work all right, and whenever I hear my neighbors complain. ing of being sick I tell tbem to take the new medicine, Calcura Solvent, discov ered by Dr David Kennedy, Kennedy Row, Kingston, N Y." For sale by all druggists 81,00. S. F. PETTS & CO. ESTABLISHED 1880. WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS. BOSTON, MASS. 237 Friend St. and 144 & 148 Canal St. Reliable Goods For Family Use. Fer gsl. Export OKI Sour Mash Bourbon, Pett's Old Reserve, Sherwood Pure Bye Malt, Jefferson Club Bourbon, Parkland Old Bourbon, Petts X X Rye and Bourbon, Petts X Kye and Bourbon, Pure Corn Whiskey, Pure Hay Mow Whiskey, Lawrence's Old Medford Rum, Caldwell's Fortorlco Rum, American Gin, Rye Gin, Hoi Gin. 5 Bottles California Wines (assorted) California Wines, all kinds, 85.00 ts.w 4.00 4.0(1 S.OC 2fiO 2.00 1.75 1.50 1.50 1. 2.00 3.00 4.00 2.00 3.00 4.00 l.oo f 1.00 i 1.50 I 2.00 Towaahsnd. The Baptiit Ladles' Aid Society held an ice cream tale at tbeir vestry, Friday night. Mr and Mrs E L Hastings returned last week from an extended trip in the west. They have been gone over two months and went as far as Dakota where Mrs Hastings has a brother. Some other places they visited were Cleveland, Ely- na, i-.vanston (the home of Miss Francis Willttrd) and the Pan-American Exposi tion. Bvron and Celia Thompson who have been here for two weeks, returned last week to tbeir home in White Plain, N Y. They moved their goods which had been stored here since last spring. Dr Ham lio and family who have been spending the summer here left lust Saturday, and after spending a short time at Cornwall where they expect to leave their son at school, they will return to their work in lougalour, Miss. There will be a recital at Academy hall Friday evening. Sent 20. by Miss Emma A Moor, assisted by Miss Thomas vocalist of Brattleboro. Miss Moor has been teacher of elocution in Stephens college. Columbia. Mo. The entertainment will be worthv of a full house. The Semiuary has 74 students this week. J 11 Ware and wife are visiting the Pan-American Exposition at Buffalo Mrs A B Call has the poiition ot niuf ie teacher io tbe seminary io place of Miss Mabel Martin who is out of town THE SALESWOMAN Why It Is Sometimes Hard for Her To Be Pleasant. oi the Aftnneapotit Journal. Tho position of a saleswoman in a largo dry goods storo is a particularly trying olio. Working long hours, being compelled to stand most of tho time, mid lieiug expected to look pleasant re gardless of suffering which sho may lio enduring, is it any wonder thut weak, nervous womcu find it impossible to follow this occupation ? Every one will bo interested in tho exporiunco of Miss Nullio M. Tomlinson, of 31 in Min nehaha avenue, Minneapolis, Minn., a clerk in ono of tho largo dry goods stores of that city. Mio nays: "When I was a child I had scarlet fever and it left mo with a complica tion of diseases. I was nervous, hud bcadacbo all tho tune nnd was very irritable. Thn least excitement mnlo uiy heart flutter and a fainting spell would follow. My blood scorned to have turned to water and I had no color whatever in my face. I was a mere skeleton and hod to lie down seve ral times during the day. I had one of the best physicians in the city, bat he did not help me. "My parents read about Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People in one of our city papers and deoide4 to have me give them a trial. I began to get bet tor when I had taken the first box and by the time I hod used two and a half boxes I was cored. I was never so well as I am today and it is all due to Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People." Signed, NELLIE H. TOMLINSON. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 26th day of December, 1000. R. M. THOxpfios, (Seal Notary Public. At all druggists or direct from Dr. Williams Medicine Co., Schenectady, N. Y., 50 cents per box: 6 boxes, ta.&O. fARIOlS VERMONT MATTERS Koin, Rot Adverb. When General Grant waa tn China, nays a contributor to Short Stories, ho journeyed by water from Tien-tsln to I'eklng. Ouc morning there wta no Wind, and the coolies, walking ulong tho river bank, pulled the houselioat. fTliey made little progress, and' linully tho general called his Chinese servant nd said: I "Hoy, why for tbcao coolies no can wulkee more fast?" I "Must talkeo lowder," the boy re- piled. f Tho general, thinking tho boy's mean ing was that ho should speak In n tone the coolies could ovcrheurt raised his voice and repeated: "Why for these coolies no can walkee more fast?" To which the boy lmperturbnbly an swered as before, . "Must talkee low- dor." Several times this dialogue was re. peated, aud General Grant did talkee louder, until he fairly shouted. At last the boy slightly varied his response: "No 'coslon apeak so high,' he said. "More better talkee lowder." Our hero was just beginning to feel like Alice in Wonderland when a ray of light seemed to flash across tbe mind of tbe boy, and be rushed to tbe end of the boat, seized fhe captain's arm and, dragging him to General Grant, exclaimed: "This man belong pidgin English for Is'J lowder; Just now can talkee be." General Grant saw the Joke. On Chi nese bouts tbe captain Is called "low. derP of Drutreists Pure Alcohol. Imported Port and tiherry Wine, $2.50, $3.50 and ji-t.OO. All goods carefully packed and shipped Io your address In any part of ev hnatnl. we maKc no charges lor pacKaiies or pacKlni; Send I, (i. order. Iteitlstcred better or Ex press Money order and you will receive your Eooils uv return express. 1'rlce Lists sent sent by mail on application. For reference your local hank. H0 Gins 3 lbs Sausage 25c AT RICHARDSON'S. Prescriptions. Our Prescription business is our special field. AVe have at our command an excep tionally complete stock of the best chemicals and preparations obtainable. We allow no substitution, you get just what your doctor orders worth-here. and you are charged just wbat it South Wartl.bfiro. Some of the farmers are digging po tatoes ana report not an average vielJ and rotting some. Wedding bell- rang out again last Sat urdav when Miss Amanda 1'utnum of this place and Irving UilU of Stratton were quietly married at the parsouage ny liev Mr rainier. Tue pareots of the bride gave them a reception at their noitie to a few of tneir friends. Ttie house was tastefully decorited with wild clematis, cut (lowers and potted piaius. So.neof the farmers In tow a are cut tins' thtir corn anil tilling their siloa. Julius Gould is in Erattleboro. no more, no less. Xo fancy price Huyler's Candies -at- C. F. THOMAS5 Druggist. NEW RATES FREE TELEPHONES THE New England Telephone and Telegraph Company announces new and lower rates. A few free residence telephones will be In. Mailed during the month of October, 11101, for trial until January 31, 1902. For Information apply to manager. let 5 per cent. 5 per cent. FIRST MORTGAGE LOANS On North Dakota and Washington Farms. Xo form of Investment has proven safer or more prompt in payment of interest tnan a farm mortgage well placed. Fifteen vears"ex perience in placing mortgage convinces us that we can Dandle your Inn. Is safely, and we recommend our loans as a safe investment. Correspondence solicited. VI. Loan ft Tut Csmpjy, BRATTLEBORO, VT. P. B. PUTNAM, Cen'l Agent. 1 Wllllam.TlIU. There will be a union service, a memorial of President McKlnlev. at the I'niversali-t church. WINianisville, on Thursday, Sept 1U, at 2 p in. It will be a ga!licring"of all the townspeople. Ihe H-linoN will be closed, the pupils uttendniK In a body. The arrangements tor tbe service are In charge of the I'niver- salist pastor. Rev Kluabeth Holt (ioldtliwalte. AiWresses will be made bv liev Mr Danforth of Newfane, liev Jlr liick'ford of .oulh New fane and Rev Mi-s (ioldlbwaile. It Is earn estly desired that thevottnir people especial v of our town shall be in attendance. Pity the Poor lien Th Barre Anarch!.!.. it is ftatea tnat soon after it was known that an attack had been made on the president at Buffalo an all-night Dilation was held bv the liarre anar hists and that the leader dramatically drawing a dirk boastfully regretted mat ne was not tne asasio. it is un derstood that local olllci.ls will use all their authority to rid the city and the state of the gang. Some are in favor of stringent state laws regulating the con trol of anarchists, and it is probable that the next session of the Legislature will deal directly with the problem. it is tnown that i.muia Goldman was In liarre about a year ago and delivered several characteristic Bddresses prior to tne attacK on tee ctnef of police, which the authorities are satiifled led to the outbreak. 1 he grand jury of Washing tun county, now in session. Is consider ing evidence against her for aiding and abetting the assault, and It is probable mat an indictment will be found and that fhe will he brought to Vermont for trial, unless she is wanted for complic ity in tne assassination of n evident Ale- Mnley. Right la a Paitnt In Ol.put. In Chittenden countv court tbe somewhat celebrated ca-e of .lohn H Parker vs SlcKau- non iiros of llurllngton, has again come up un a un. Hun for a continuance made by the defendant. the plaintiff Invented and bad patented a musical Instrument known as the bandola. He entered Into a contract with the defcndai t to buy all the Instruments manufactured and to adwrtlsc and display the same in their show win, lows. He claims the defendants failed to Perforin their Part ot the contract. hence the Milt. The defendant motion for continuance is on the grounds that the Instru ment I- an InfriiiL'ement of a patent known as the guitar-banjo, and that the state court has nut jurisdiction in iltteriiilning the matter. Help her over the moulting period (juickl vand make pullets lay early so as to get eg)?s from both during the winter. You can do it by fcediug Sheridan's CONDITION ' Powder Not a food but It mnktu nil the food more effect ive. Costs 1 cent every 10 duya to inaka a hsn a profit Instead of uloKri. In use for over VO yeurs. a&c. puck: five, 91. lb. vau, 1.&; How to Feed for Ectrs and sample beal poultry paper iree. I. S. JOHNSON A CO. .- Boston, Mast. rt.rrnw Kfcapa From F-leclrociittnll. Charles Connors, foreman for Ward .fc Douglass, who have just completed the con- tructmti of abutments for a new stee bridge near Montpelier, on the suburban Hue of the Mont,,elier & Wells lilver railroad, and work men named t barles McCarty and (ieorgt Cuburn, narrowly escaped death from elec trocution while at work taking dow n a der rick. One of the steel guv ropes of this der rick passed above the Consolidated l.lghlim.' Company's wirps and employees of the com- iiiny were assisting in moving this guv. This work was not succcssfuUv acconi pli-bed but when pulling the guv around to get a new fastening place, It came til contact wllh the wires and 1 J.msj volts knocked all three men out for a few moments. Had it not been that the swine lmiv had gained such momentum as to slip away srom the live wire almost as soon as it made the contact, all Ihree men would have been elcc- rocuted. Connors and Cubui u soon revived. 1'he former, in falling, sustained a cut on the back of Ihe head by lis striking on a rail. McCarty's case, however, was more serious. He was doubled up like a jack-knife by Ihe hock. His eves anneared as thooch thev would leap from their sockets and a I loody foam was emitted from his mouth. Efl'urts were at once made to revive him. r or several minutes it seemed to them that they would prove fruitless, but after about ten minutes .McCarty revived. Kor some time after being restored he walked about as one dazed, and complained of a pain in the small of his back. It is said it will be several clays before be will entirely recover from the shock. Palled Llaeola'i Hair. While Mr. Lincoln was living la Springfield a judge of the city, who was one of the leading and most In fluential citizens of the place, bad oc casion to call upon htm. Mr. Lincoln waa not overparticular In bis matter of dress and was also careless In his man ners. Tbe judge was ushered Into tbe parlor, where he found Mr. Lincoln sprawled out across a couple of chairs, reclining at his ease. The judge waa asked to be seated and, without chang ing his position In the least, Mr. Lin coln entered Into conversation with his visitor. i While the two men were talking Mrs. Lincoln entered the room. She was of course greatly embarrassed at Mr. Llncolu's offhand maimer of entertain ing his caller, and, stepping up behind her husband, she grasped him by the hair aud twitched his head about, at the same tiuis looking at him reprovingly.""--Mr. Lincoln apparently did not notice the rebuke. He simply looked up at his J wife, then across to tbe judge and, without rising, said: "Little Mary, allow me to Introduce you to my friend. Judge So-and-so." It will be remembered that Sirs. Lin coln's maiden name was Mary Todd aud that she was very short In stature. Leslie's Monthly. r A Vlh Tbf Gives Paint. The well known brown pigment c&llti cepia la obtained from a tea armed octopus found principally In the Mediterranean nnd more especially at the head of tho Adriatic sea, where It is caught by tho natives for food. The sepia Is contained In a bag and Is really the black fluid of which we have all read as being discharged by the creature to cover Its escape). Some naturalists say that the fluid Is brown Ish, which becomes more credible when we know that this Is tbe source sepia. The pigment is really a powder wmcn dissolves la water: Its strength may bo estimated by the fact that it will color 1.0(10 times Its own bulk. When the octopus has been killed, the 6acu bag Is removed and dried to prevent putrefaction. The septa is treated with ammonia or caustic soda, washed and dried. It Is one of the most durable of paints, except when fully exposed tho fierce rays of the sun, and an even surface can be obtained with it more easily thao with most paints. Sepia has been obtained from a fossil cuttle fish thousands of years old and found to be quite good for paint Tae Power of eatltlm. "I wish I wasn't superstitious,'' said a well known young man. "I'd have It taken off." "Have what taken off J" "Why, tbis great blg mele- on Wy Dose." 'What are you afraid of aboct It bleeding to death r So, no; It's just bad rock to hare a mole taken off. It'a worse than having a black cat across yewr patn or even to have a hooting owl light on the roof." 'I don't know why tt Is bad luck, but my black mammy used to say, "Chile, don't yo' nebber let 'em try to take dat mole oflTn your nose." " 'What'll happen. Aunt Sarah, If I do? I used to ask her. 'I dunno, chile. -Some folks say as tho place won't nebber get well, and some say as, two moll come back. Don't nebber rx-stefwhat tbe Lord has gin yo', or he mougbt make tt wo'se.' "The old negro woman's doctrine was too deeply embedded In my early education for me to outgrow It, even after 20 years." Memphis Scimitar. moot CAVEATS. TRADE MARKS. COPYRIGHTS AND DESIGNS. Send roai-bularMflirect to Wrmhincton, area t im. roU leM, better service. Kr ofie ebw f V Pitent Offr. FIEE frrltmfa. fitrrtsl. FE190XAL ATTEKTIOH GIVEW 19 TEARS He . Mot free Fates ta nrcarcal tin-stub E O RicaJrm rvclTo tpcctftl aotfe., wlthcmt cftirgt, la tin ITIVE ACE Ulvxtnted KcatUy EimnU ru tmu, f 1. a ywr. Late ot u. m. ncw to. 918 FST., N. W.f Never Worry. -Take theiu and go about your business they do their work whilst you are doinir yours. Ur Aitnew's I.Iyer t'ills'are system renovators, blood purifiers and build ers ; every gland anil tissue in the whole anat omy Is lienehted aud stimulated In tbe Use of I hem. 4II doses in a vial. 10 cents. KK) doses ir cents. II. oId by tieo. K. (ireene and . II. HolUcn & Co. necEulatlna; m Clock. It Is not, of course, possible to seize hold of the hands of a clock nnd push them backward or forward a tenth or a twentieth part of a second, which Is about the liuiit of emir that is allowed at the Greenwich observatory, so an other method Is devised. Near the pen dulum a magnet Is Used. If it Is found that the pendulum Is going either too fust or too slow, a current of electricity Is switched on. und the little magnet begins to pull nt the metal us it swings to and fro. It only retards or acceler ates the motion by an inliiiitesini.il fraction of a second each time, but It keeps the operation up and in u few thousand swings the tenth or the twen tieth part of the almost invisible error Is corrected, thus milking the clocks "keep step" at tho proper Instant of time. London News. Sehoolbor DrSaHlaaa. Q. "Who discovered the law of grav ity from tbe fall of an apple?" A. Taris." . Q. "What is a sarcasm?" A. "A sore on your body." An "antiquarian" Is "a place for animals," "harlequinade" "a kind of drink," "a dilemma" "a medicine," "citadel" "a sort of chief policeman," "neutral" "a kind of reptile," and "eulogy" "a chap who feels bumps on our head." "Juggernaut, a mountain in Switzer land;" "gluclcr" is "a mender of win dows," "prig" Is "a little boat," and the ostrich Is "distinct" "Sapphlra was a high priest." "Chamois are a kind of big fleas." "The milky way" Is "the thick creamy stuff on the top of the milk." "Tableaux vlvants'' means "hotel dinner." "Elopement" Is "the opposite to allo pathy." Collection Made by a London School Principal. VOL. XXVlTjq mj I." JB This fe tbe trade mark ftaraped on every sheet of rVIF Rooting Tin the beat roofing tjo made. It is evidence that it haa the heaviest and richest coating of pure tin and new lead, dipped by the palm oil process, aad maoafactared entirely by hand labor. MF is Inpervkms to nut will last a lifetime. Ask your cooler tor rmr Koo&ng i m- Wtm to m 0. CfMCMlTf I. aiMrt, OOiMfit SmWlag, PlttUwj, Mr tUiwtnlad boot aa roo&of . MIMM TBI PUTS CMMftT. Mas Tort. GREENE'S Absolutely the largest Prescription Drug Store in the State. Thirteen Rnlea In Coins. "I have never been able to compre hend," said a veteran numismatist, "why so many Americans should be lieve that a vast amount of 111 luck cen ters around the number 13. "The commonest of all our silver coins Is the 2" cent piece. In the words quarter dollar are 13 letters. Thirteen letters compose K Pluribus Unuin. Iu tho tall of the eagle are 13 feathers and In the shield are 13 lines. There are 13 stars and 13 arrowheads, while If you will examine the bird through a micro scope you wiil find 13 feathers In his wing." Queer ThlnK to Eat. Just before the Franco-German war ti-Tv.illTif nn-wlr 1,1 pMnwi inmlnv.t us ins clown, uner tne iusuiou or mc day, n man named Tore, who testified to the excellence of his master's cure for Indigestion by swallowing corks and pebbles. After leaving the quack he enlisted and In the presence of Dr. Loreutz tore open a live cat, sucked Its blood and devoured It. He also nto In the same way living snakes, grinding their heads between his teeth. iHirlug the war he conveyed secret In formation for the French army by swallowing a small box with a writ ten paper Inside it, but ho was nt last detected by the Trussiuns and punish ed as a spy. GOOD Do M0RM1 you use a Quaker Range ? MATTKltS AMJ'llll.VuS t'KOM VAKIOCS VIEW POINTS Itlram A llnte Vor Lleultnant Governor. (Correspondence Springfield Republican.) Some wbo had an idea tbat brains rather tban political scheming, should control in tbe election of tbe nominee, nirgesi8 the names of McCuIlouL;b and llute. tbe latter tbe able Mate librarian, and one of Vermont bed hli,torlaii!. Mr Iluse in a wcholnrly represen tative of the strongest minds in the .Sate, while be is familiar with tbe requirements and necessities of Vermont, and could be trusted with responsibilities of office without a sus picion of sordid i ur poses. i "Xow e.iod digestion waits on apcetite. and health on both." If it doesn't, try Burdock Blood Bit ters. Heunlna Petroleum. The refining of petroleum Is a process of distillation In which It Is separated Into several marketable products. There are two methods of distillation. known technically as "in vacuo" and "cracking." In the first the petroleum Is distilled In it partial vacuum and In the second with superheated steam, jThls process receives its name from the cracking sound of the steam as It enters tho uudistilled petroleum. i Hard Hit. Lord Fitzfoodle, casting himself on his knees before Ariimlnta, gave ut terance to the following: "Oh, that I could snatch a pine "from some prime val forest.' 1 would sharpen the end with my penknife, dip It In the molten crater of Vesuvius nnd write upon the azure wall of heaven In letters of liv ing fire, 'Arumintn, I love thee"" Danaer In Damp Paper. Most of the paper now used Is mado from wood nnd other vegetable fibers which are ohemlcully not very differ ent from the material of which a hay rick Is composed. Consequently If pn per Is stacked damp heutlng is likely to take place Just as It does with prematurely stacked hay, and at any time flames may burst out as the re sult of spontaneous combustion. it Fcems to be the intention of Russia to crush out tbe Iat vestiges of freedom In Fin land. Four members of tbe Finnish Senate. who hsd tbe temerity to vote aeuinst the publication of the new military law. have been summarily removed for ""opposing the tinperor s command. f'eo W Ijuie. rewamo. llien. writes: 'Your Kodol lysiepsia Cure is the liest remedy for iudigestinn and stomach trouble that I ever used. For years I suffered Irom dyspepsia, at times coinpell'nir me to stay in lte-1 and causiiur me an untold aony. l am completely rured by Kodnl lv.pep-ia Cure. In recommending it to friends who suffer from indigestion I always offer to pay for it if it fail. 1 uus lar I have' never paid. Oreene's drug -tore. $ i Removable Nickel Rail are a New Feature this Season ia tbe Latest .... i Ranges This mftkei the cleaning of th nickel nd the polishing of the stove easier. The famous Single Damper (patented), Best uvea, best Fire-box, beet Grate. !rcntar free. Walker prstt Mfe- Bnnton. JOHN GAlViN, 53 Main Sr. The Heartleaa Drng-Rlat. Flossie Banastar Fred, what Is that the papers say tbe butcher uses? I want to keep dear lido's meat from spoiling. Brother Fred Formoldehyde. Flossie That isn't what the druggist told me. Brother Fred What did he say? Flossie Prussia acid. Indianapolis News. ' " do Hardly. Kindly Visitor Mrs. A., what you suppose makes you 6uffer so? Mrs. A. I don't know, I am sure, end I believe nothing but a post mor tem will ever show. Kindly Visitor Tou poor thing! You are so weak that you can never stand that. Tit-Bits. SOLO BY F. B. LOCKE, Saxtons Rivei Casts So Blame on His Ancestors, airs, uoousaie io wnat do vou at tribute your appetite for strong drink? is It Hereditary t wragson Tatters No, ladr: It's tblrst. Philadelphia Tress. An Irishman in speaking of an ac quaintance said he was condemned to lie hanged, but saved his life by dying tne aay nerore ne was executed. A hopeless man Is deserted by hlm- sett, ami lie wbo deserts himself Is soon deserted by his friends. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure "D.'cesls what you at" Many ;hrsicans are now irescribln- KYwIni i -pcp-ia i ure reuuiany naving found that ii i me iiesi prescription they can write bei-ause it is the only preparation which eon- lains ine (lenient necessary to oil-p-i not only me kinds of food but all kind and it therefjre cures indigestion and tvrsia no matter what its cau-e.' tireete's'druir store. Be Guided by Experienci by taking the advice of other? have profited by dealing with ": you are seeking the best pla Brattleboro to buy the choice f of beef, mutton, lamb, veul, and the finest noultrv. come to We satisfy our customers a. time and will fill your orders rately and promptly. r- BixuisncnN St C' 0 fl Advertising Pavs Ri ll