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T HE REFORMER: fcM- H LEBORO.
THE REFORMER Senator Mason of Illinois seeks to keep up his repulsion as humorist by proposing Senatnr J 11 Foraker for Republican c-undiaat for president. There suroly nre differences between .....i i.om I.onl Kohortu re- ceived irT.00, 000 for havinjj t tiled to whip tho Uoers, wbilo Admiral Hculoy will hnve to pay W0,(KK) for having destroyed tho Spanish Meet. The Bu reau of Fabrication comes out on top, after all. 1'rosidont Roosevelt introduces an other innovation. It is announced that he is writing bis annual messago .! k iiitheito tho departmental n tin.-."..- . - . hea'ls have written their parts and contributed to the dreary length of .... . . Rnnaavelt has the TUB llir"- journalistic instinct. A resolution appeared in the Austrian u..l..iaruth last week ennsurniB r,uS i i,inth Africa. It was mint s w" u of course, for "for sons of state," but it unquestionably ex .o.. n.o nn.tf.ilent Austrian opinion . V, ,'i... thf. of the whole civilized It uwv-i' v - , .nH,1 where liritian has not one snli- f..:.i ;,. its eourse. The nearest nil y . ." . approach to it is the Kepublican admin. istr ttion in this country. The Sugar Trade Journal figures out that the removal of the tariff on ri, ,m.r would sivo the Atueri v ........ ... i siiKinUI n year. U can pen) ... . . - that bv1 American poop :t e fhut i:irt. ine ludtul in the sn.'Hi- trust. Hut it is altogether pn b ii. .u..4. i,., ...Mitrol it tins se- auie uiiii. .... '"j ,i nf finliim suoar lands the trust, t,UHU ' " for some years at least, wmilil pocket as extra profit all the Denem. Imports to Cuba from the United States have fallen off seven percent in th mur 10 months as compared with the same months in the year preceding. t th.i emu time the imports trom uer mnv We increased lil per cent and from the world at large the decrease, due r subsidence f abnormal demand, has u nnit Ins.; than from this Lien, i". -..- country. Hut the old superstition that "trade follows the ilig" will survive iust the same. Strong argument can be made pro and eon for the system that makes senators farmers of the patronage for each state. But there can be no dispute as to t lie healthy tone of (Violent P.nnscvelt's remarks to one senator the other day : I am making this iippoinment on your recommendation. I take your word for it senator, t Mat this is a good man. I shall keep uiv eve on the man ami the place, and see bow it is tilled. It tins appointment fails to come up to the measure of vour recommendation you will rt"d that in the future your recom mendations are at a discount. Coolidge telegraphs the Uoston Jourral from Washington "that the conference betoen President Kooss ...u ,i Monatnr Aldrich the other day tiisclosed th3 fact, or at least the probability, that none of tho reci procity treaties negotiated by Com missioner Kason will bo ratified by the Senate." Rut it is hardly news that justifies telegraphic tolls. It was on'y necessary to know the ex tent cf the trust's ownership of the Republican party. It is recalled that President Thomas Jefferson entertained at dinner at the White House the noted negro astrono NOVKMUKH VKIIMOMTKK. HIKTOKY OK VKItJIIWT POLITICS. Lorally Wriil Tallin ! HM.ry of II.. l-t r r.-K..el.ll "t " lime Wl.n. U W I ..rtrprmlel.! I.lllle ll...lHe by ri.ll-Sl' Arllele u.i PrHlnt lto..evlt '" vr iun.it Vl.lt. Tne November number of the V er ... .. i.'.,uuolt number, and n nionier i. a -7 , . . n tit 0011; pan ion in tne ricnue illustrations anu iriuno". ... 1 Kinley lumber of last monui, ion ig of l'rosideni nooseveii o ; state in September, giving 11 ie. before the Officers Keunion bociety, a view of N W Fisk's library where he received the news of the shooting of Praoirlnrt McKlt M, IJlClUres , and Mrs Koosevelt and their home, with several other timely lllustra- tiors nnd a well consiuorwi uu....... t.riition of him from the pen of Kditor Koi'hes, a obhuuiu. from lSishop Michaud HlbBupplementeil 1.., u inlnrnHiinir article, imiui.uk 'j a" .... j i.... :il.,.fPuln.l With Koose elt, " nan iun ..... ,Kla,n bv tiraee IV1 liranougn ... Complain.- A sketch and portrait of 0",v Sticanev occupies the department Vermont ien 01 j..iu,.. Then follows an atrio'e, wuri por trait of the u Mhor, "Hi-t.r7 ot v. mont P.ditic." by O II ''""rv It is a sort ef a eontury s suney, gathering what little is knnwn of the pnlitios, Hie issues ami pun.."..-"-heir tights in that most interest ing period, the 111 es that vVrmont us an lnnei eniieru in..- " i1"""- rerPeK: discussing the 11 HMiinam. . .rotintions agaie, and pretty fioncrJ- sitelv refuting -lonn 1. neiiioo '"; ment in his "St ry or ven. on., there were im party divisions in t.iose .bus -then sketching tnn course o. parties, nr.) party divisions, irrext issue? 01 siaie i ; ' tho state became a member of the Union, with election figures to show the course of party power. m neteri.'Htions of the great ler.tlers each side like .lonas (Jalusha, who is ealled tho "A .drew Jackson "J Vp mont as Chitte"deti was its Hsn- nuton" and Ira Allen lis ' nrt with esnecitl attention riv en to the remarkable roup of preach er po tienns. watnanim e..., V. .! .r, I Jmi Hrflltist. MUtier niu -1.11." - ' - , , and .lames Fisk, Universnhst, who led the Democracy of tne urate . ,IBV3 and to an era that is of particular heal interest in tho b'ng ard adroit plav of W V Bradley and llr.ratio b-y-mour as the Demo-rat. and Whig leader struggi'-g for control of tfe stHt-. including some nccnurt of the l'helps Made and rnllom-r-Sliaftcr-Kenogg senatoria lights like that of Dillingham and b diiiL' with a arv of th- part ef Vermonters an. Sons of 'Vermont have ha)! in natio; al legislation, which is stu"n u. that of Kilmun.is hiiii ......... .... the beginning. The article 16 ill;'S trate'l bv a map of tho state Eivu'g its first political division unoer V.rk authority. inl some i"" tniits of the great cliara. f'rs o ....... it (rents. ., nortnit and sketch of Dr (.eo li Ppaoldiog of Svrae.is. N . appears in th lart-iert 01 Ahn.H.l. " News e.T hos ht s the magazine for selo. KIIWIN" II. MIASK UK,AI. :..cl ran., hi 111. II...... wortil .." Mifl Veilirilr Aflriioii-.ar. ..a Pi..,.rlHo. ol ! HrHlllrl...!.. ami ll.vrr. Ilnu.r. and Kra I...I.K Tim. r.o.i.l.if .. Dlilxm of Lonl.vlllr. KJ'- 1, . 11...1.. '1,,... iurH'1 H2 vears and three months, died at his homo n N. rth Main street yesterday after noon about liW. Ho had been su f. for ing from a congesti.-o a Tecti on nf hu hriiill for some time and his itoat.n whs. due to this trjuldn and bis ad vanced age. lie wns mo so., . , l'ul UliHsa anil urac.ni " , who wero originally from Guilford. Col Paul Chase was a prominent Windham county man in his day be ing for a long time high sW.IT and one of the most prominent Democrats i U,iB section. He was the proprietor of the obi Itrattleboro lions', known as Chase's Stage house, which wis situated where Crosby hi ok no is and whi h was burned in 1W..I. Kmvin Hvde Uliaso was ooru ... vill.ge Julv 2o, 1H1!. in tho hoiisi . 7 .1 ,.f .hu nm nt whiil stood onun-M-' ' ..-- -- Dalt.in puce on uiohhi. r.i.e.. ing his b.nhnoi and young manhood he worked for his father in the hotel, and afterward b came proprietor of the old Hrattl boro house and also of tho Kovor house. For soeral ra he was engaaed in the clothu g busi ness with the late Jams Cra d i 1. In 1S..1 Mr Chase went to Hrooklvr, N V. and with his erusin, Krolenck Whitney ef Woodsto., opened the lierrepo"t House. Ho was there for .i,r,. V....VJ and then hecariie ergnged in the Irdesal- whiskey bus AIIKHIIMII1.K aMIIUKNTM. Sal.ir.lay an.l H..l..lny llnlurky Kay. f..r ,, al niannrur.-Mai'llln.. f H...lll.a...l.l. W. Sr.l...l.ly "'. Ill l nnn. a...l Ort.nllel.l- Mml.l Mll.lt'1li ' ' HI!" ami drum. A.lnlin. Salur.iav and tsunday were unfortu nate days'for local autoniol.ilists. Hour iiinehines tncn starie.. uuv ... ,1 ,ss condition finished in n oioro or loss dil.pidited stale, anil two wre no seriously damaged that the renins ... .....t ... u.,....r:.l hmilrel uol- wiu aiiii.u.ii. w . 1 lars. Piobablv the most epeunuu.... if not the most eerious of the acci dents occurred to the nucbKO of h A Smith Simdav when ne aim 11 is wu. were touri.g i" ll'Jminerston. The mauhine was ascending a steep grade an I using nearly all its steam power when a pitch so steer W"S reached that Mrs Smith hud to alight. Mr huiitn was endeavoring to attain the tup of the gra in and had almost dine so when ... n..f. In order to start Mien... ... - - ., the machine after iilb)ing stfam to accumulHto he let the ma .. .. .n ...... 1. .....ei i.f itu own wennit e.Illl.M III., i.rt.n v..... , 1 1 ;r ,t, 1 a 1 the air 111 th cvlind rs threw the reverse lever h.ioKwanl. Mr Smith did not see that the re uuruo was over and hen lie opened the throttle the machine shot back wards. In an effort to save the ma u:.. tliHfront.wheelsb.it the sudden t.urn of the Ion mobile thr'W it. Imttom side up in the roal sill-. The hack of tho feat was brok en off and the holy and running gear hanlv dam 'god. Mr Hmitu landed u rlor 'the nuchiiio and was badly 1. . r.M. ....... I, ...u ....ml, in tO .. . .... n. ..-... r v - r ... - iness in New 1 orK enj in i ,,, i,av nn a truck. itb H T Suit. A'out the year i p ari.j,t whi-h was also se- he went to Loiisville. Ky, and ' r. " I . : ' u" n jt results was that which e.1 a wholesale whiskey fir 11 bV th , , WilUrd Cobb's ma- I1MIII" HI - -- -- it.; W .Terome and his son Charles VOL. XXVI, NO. 23 FRIDAY, NQVEMPER I. 160'' j UBKKSKIM.il ....rr mm .mMM 1MI tmi Tf Sri fv I - ( , U..... Br-.. 11. Tra.il. Hrf ' Hr.,U Hill l l'i"" H....r.lV- ,. W.II.a..."- '" ,he ,,,"'y .-..... ... MH,;','",7 l.o.K.ia... Wl. Wa...-.l'l' Teams representing the me" and ''; en of the Waninstiiiuct golf club enr, " Vireenlield, Mass'. Saturday to p .lay Uainst the men's and women s teams I',," "the fireenlleld Country ' u " t Beech Hill links, "''ui - .. .... ..... .w.t.w. i.b. vers. Dili wi re neatcn -. ,- the matches wore close enough to be i x oiting and the , ; owi .... - v men was ,i er ..... - "".,. Spr.ngtb; m. w V" " r(, d. lo- lireen ild nnas. i. '"V, " ,,, 10 Ration left for (ireenlleld on ha XW frail, and were left at the miles this side of the town. I he nr., . . ..f ..... r match 111 en played nine in... - . the monung. but tne ... . Kin until i o-clocK. d W M Pratt were the Hrt r to drive and at the end of the l hole, Well....... was eight up on his ' p- p.ment. C M Miller played All n r. of Conconl, Mass, ( reenf.eld s star golfer, nn.l was beaten live now n. 11 otli men Played excellent gol . hoxeve t. Allen"! me'al score being and A-ler-8'.ir.. John l'HSker was defeat, d tne '. . .. .. n . .. 1 . i. hitter IH'go- down I. y ; r . ', o in o-i strokes, las- Uei's score of It.", was remarkable coniU , ing that he went to pie ,es both tmie r . i i...i un.i nn o i Mired to nn i-'.c i""B ": ...... ,.v. take 11 ..nd 12 on It. i ' citing m.tch of the day ' W K llubhard and 1 I. former winnina one up after holes o i,ih,i .f nh.iintr. the score. llir l iur?l oiou ,- w con- 1111(1 tO- ti .... ........ ...rtn.N Hit lOt.L". r. v oase. "' " - - b -siness was noielucted under the s-hiio firm name. InHsithe company- was inc.rpr.rated under the laws of Ken turiky. Mr Chase closed o it his in terests in the business in IS'.IC. Mr Chase had been h summer resi dent her since 1M77 and si-ce 1SS2 had own.'d an.l uvea m .n .. It w,s the Park house nn North Main street, I w r the He was a man of dignity in near., n and courtesy tosrd overdone. He maintained the same eo-iYtenns dispo sition under all cireu.i.st trees, and itBHkrocn bv all with who n he was associated as a man of strictest horesly and sterling characteristics. Durum t..n,. in l.'.uisville he was a prominent citizen of th' city, hi ing vice pivsid.mt and director in one of the banks there. Mr Chase's Hr-d wife was Kvelire . ., h ,lin l in 170. Trev K f'hH.s- who is no the h-ad of the L.jiii-ville house, in lTJ -ir v o.. married Rusan A Cowan who survives him with one daughter, Alb'tnaire, wife of Captiin J Harry Kstev. A vo..ngr daughter did in l fn-y. ' Funeral services will be held at tho housi tomnrro' mrrnirg at 1 1 o'clock. chine as he ard Krnest ,J Watr iian ore r. tur. ing from (ireenlleld Sun day morning. To b"iiin with t "bb met with a slight mishap the previous opening when s! irti g f ir (ireo held. He was running along nn I r.ispe t II ill when h la run dog tackle I tie I . romobilo and in the mi sup Inch fol lowed th.1 machine was thrown asain-t .i, and the doe uiortallv ".i. i "n ,.-.s m ine return trip u ih.. ... worse acculu.lt liap- penul. I lio loco was nar.i.v .i (ireenfield's Mam stren and run.iini al mg smoothlv on the .nana. 'am pave ment when tne steering tod broke off clos. to o"C i f the front wheels Kach wheel stirted in a dir ction of its own with the result that both were bent nut of shape ai d the front, of th" ma chine 's dropped with such foice that the main reaohH wore twisted j,,to bo. knots. Cobb and Waterman remained in the machine long enough r,. hn. their l.hotoiiraph taken by an i;r...'iul 'hi. W II Al.cn, )r, W M I'lall. ( K I'j. li.ir.l. T I. i .nn-lo.-li, C smd'hird, llriitilelior... C M)MII.;r. Ili.war.l cllinan, ....l.n Tafker. W K .; .il.t.ar.l, jlnv.'K ICloW, II C 111. e, ... i u.. .. The women's team was ileteaieu st.ore..f HI MrsCS I'ratt being the onlv winner on the Hra.tleboro si, e. Kt "the end of the morning round Mrs H II Croshv was two up on her oppo nent but at the close of the afternoon s plav he was one down. Six women went to (ireentield to play but only four of the (.ireenlleld team were able to he present. o Miss Ainv Jones and M.-s Klorence Pratt did not participate I lie score : (ire ml -ll. Mln It A IP. -sch. Ki Kll.'ii IlilPM'U, Mr Charles .!. MId. M.-Cll'ilan (M. 25. 'i'oduy we HL'tiin ".'ive our cuh Inincrs a chance to see, uipI to ,ny if they wish, bcvimhI entirely in.livi.li.Ml hi-rl'-g''i.le, iinportfd and New York i.m.le ".swell" top- ,..,mn.r ill UlicC ffOIll c.mis, ....r.".r. - i $30.00 to $72.50. No duplicates. Mst of the hinrh-gni.le novelty o-annents advert ised lt week are already sold, in tspitc of th tinned warm weather. Lot opened yesterday day s-hould go ns (juick. Another hir lot of Newmarkets ,! 3-4 coats at $10.00, 12.50, 13.50, 14.50, 15.00, lf..50, 17.50, 18.50,111.75, 21.50, 22.50, 25.00 and 27.50. Some are Tan, some me Cas tor, some Drown, some Ulaek, (Kfnl mixture. Some in... .II....J of the medium weights are i-how-er proof, and we have the regular Hrirlish Cravanettc Newmarkets at $18.50 and $1!.75 I Ins lifllf licit gcnen.lly gels wli.il it if you will only -en I . or $."..nO we will Mi: i' j.air of l.u.lie- or M i. you over laid eye- on. Just a little better Others lit low. r pr'. :.,,. Thy o a "Domestic Corn Plasters. ' You will I I'T. ilii i- ivi rcli." eonis without any '.' !i'i!...v .1. i:. HAV.NES. Brooks House si 13? ii. ! ! TIIK PUtl(. Ksio, I) l) A. HU.IUHi ' 12 ami II I lleiy Ih-: -- llrs. HOrt t.y A I I ( KKIh llr. Bowiii. j IJr.Tii.k.r, BeiMeure High Si . ni.. rt. U: Mlioe liours .tt lllocb: Mm-o;i;-:t 7.:10 to 8 A, . TV i.. i. ii. to i p. . 1 U r.i. t.m in s r. . Ti . .en. Some Ox- K. A. KXAPP. M-n-t. Hwit I f oi. Hruoks House, ilr .u ol-in. indistinct Scotch OK. C. 8. t'l.AKK lllwt. Bnitt.clj.ir.p D'liH-l. WhiliJ HrnlilBl'""'. Mlf Mmii.I Kf-l'V, Mi II II Cr..by. Mr Mnrjiitr.-K.auy, Mm C S I'rati, we Total. Cliurli la Total. tvoehildren. Kn.n.R, ; . I)hotoirrii.her ho Imopened The match ie extr- !v nitere Whin.on Mar.lnv, at tbe t ime. r.nd lhen l.ir-d an j ie n-ult bei..K in doubt until th. K llinifluni won the WanUf- tiouet cup lit tin golf urnumi ue ... afternoon by defitini; llnyea IJigelow in the dial round ol tlie toun.Hiii. in. The match ' extn inelv intcre-unir. llllWAIUl A PHI I T. Mirihn! 1 ),' ID . iPr 8 1 i C ' I 11 1 ( ' ri 1 !. mae;i.'M are sid to be eircuUtin ill cartoon of President K .or-evelt's ei ter- tainnier.t of Hooker Wiist.inctnn nt din rer cari.Mturin! him a t;.lUir.K nd lauu'liiif; with s brutal lnoKinn nfu-ro. while Mrs KoosevOt i rerreserted (.9 smiling as she pours ten for the.... The crto'in is bfaded in till; letters, It DBS come to this. " It is certiin ly sad that it has come to tins im. party politician can be so lopt to all sense of decency ami inauiioou ab .u concoct such a picture. SOTIS.JS. Admiral A S CrowninirshloM, chief of the Navigation Ilureau, will take .oiin.iaii.l of the Kuropcan Squadron next .Mareh. beini! relieved of his present duties by Admiral Henry C Taylor. The raiilil utilization of wireless teleirraphy . , ' in II. foil Bil'llilU illlie a. H is on. tr, i.i.u ... 'on iv uv iijh-u ioiiiic. K... i-- mer Rnnnelser, certainly not so great or f Xhe trulaiitic steamer.- are makim; iXJt-i , ,U Murooni .i-ntPin. With IVMlltM i in.uij Ihllllf. 1 ur ii ni.-M.n.v. - ,.r ..f tho M-ir.-r.nl vtcni . W it ll Tf useful a man as UooKer Yas...rKi..,.. ; - , ,,.:,.,.,,. ,,,nelit ,0 i..ftorann. hecause he was so great and , ' . The other day at sea tie uhnvp l..i,. ...l..io-!inhe.l to the I.u. ania. . . '..in. Jellersnn, Deeausc u b nil manners, i ne ..... -- . . tn . .....o uhnvo I , ...i..,ri-nnhnl to the I.ii.-ania. 1.0 miles thorougngoio? a . . - iZ " W oim. a message to he trannnit the race prejuuice um ou.uo o.i tr, ilrin in l'liiladelldiia. It is ollii iallv anno.i.i.-e.l at St Peter.urs that Ifuia ' nn.l China have .om lu.le.l g.a..j . another 'airreemem eonie. io..K ...a... ... , ...i ...n. nn nt whether the ne- ...,i,. ivon i,.u t . o.s etiiuon'.n. "." ) l.fiaiis are m.i ... ....... .j . , - gro was capable of any great ?nceM-y ment, but he recognized that the time U rr . .. w rlul a ,,, , Kni,lin(l hM had not come, as it has not yet, for any m pt and S"""' I''"'1 .Z ,u'he" l st.i refused to ratify seeretarv I.onc writes interestingly In trie November' Ceiilurv of the late l're.uleiil Jl. Kinlev.wilh whom lie ha.l imi-1 hiteinnate relations', whom believer heard scnl.l r whine or express irritation or resentment and .. .... iu..w m l.ini'ol.i. I.Ike Lincoln, ... ......I.... hn ...li us. ai'.'iitoniel to ..l.'IVllll. ,1.1...' preface the serious busmen of eaiunet ineel inr, with liiiniiirons anee.lotaesof tine qi.ali.y ...mrmi with the terra. Jefferson Bjuu;....." crravelv doubted from a scientific and ' . '. .u- ...i ... I nressiire from Knelaiul. -'apan positive opinion uu ...c Vnited oloomed anv hopeful sign and believed i that it was but common humanity to of fcr every opportunity Btd eveiy encour agement to the unfortunate race. The gossip of Washington just now is that Dorocrafc senators irora m. ; Vxtrem.ly iin.ple South are planning to urge the out-1 m "un.l!umiK. Mr l.on-speaks of him as ,,f n.iha nt the com-l-thr. verv i. lea of serenity anil deliberation . inc session, rrcarding it . . . .... express t tin, pn-lte I up tne pices am. stiirped them to Hri-lgeport, four, where the Lo ..mobile company of A.i'eri"B I as its factory. t.. ...i,... , .r ...Uln.is occurred to fe niHehiiies ef .1 (' Ullery and Hectige , in. , Mr I'llerv hiiO (' H Dave, port j yea." were on their way to V I. Houghton f in Put rifv hen U'O nvin steam ( ipe struck "leak n-1 neee--ii ited M;w r innino lhe reniHiruler nf the trip. The nise'.inn was run bi Hrat tleboro Mr.l.y Hfl'-rnooii "il'i the help of an ..l.liti'.i-iil hers., pov.-r on t e erndes. T. e ilia, liriwni i.i 1 ' " ehiee I.e. me di-arrt ge.l Mitjinbn .fler;)oon when o'i th ' y t . 'Uee; - fiel i aid ult'Hillall ho stTlel b c til- ey.-irw h- ws ..l.li.-e.l to relnre an.l wait 01 til S in 1 iy inorui' g be f ,r. he co.1,1 elTe-t lading r.-..ir-. ( Ill ll I" AMI "Ul.iKTT. l.rHtll of Vfl"H.. rarrlat!. Mukrr .l V K.vf.U.ig '" ll.nii -Sllv f l....."'""."" "' Hf.l.lr.il of llrnHlrl.."!" fr rl- f." Viir. llonr.l Asa l'rat'. 71. the veteran luu ess m .ki-r an.l r:i'rii:e tr'rinr. r. mod s.i.'.lenly at. lis iion.o - street Wnlnesduv ev.'iiini;. MH nme-s eame nr. n him beHveeo 1 ai d . 'clock We llies b.v hltenioon an i as ; onroul.te.IU' of n npnplectl" nat .re. j He srfrw steaililv worse .turirg fe. ever ine ar .1 h snort time j rev.. ..... ; his.ieath ts t-tkwn with eonvnl-ive ' seizures. The funeral win n.-i . from the house tomorrow aiiernonr, h. o'elocW. Mr 1'ritt was born in Dunmcrstnn ' December 10. 1H27. the son of Asn ard (Miller. Prutt. Sometime in : his boyhood his family irovi'd to.Ne fano where Mr Pratt lived until I n was 1(1 years nf te when ir, enmpany with ore if his brothers ne cm e to Hrattleboro tn learn ti e stunner o trade at the shop of Cel .Nathan Miller on KUiot street. Aiier i-omi ici- ; . , . . .. ..... ui.....f ..... that TPUfiB nt. WOOL LOU rie'l... As Miller Hiid learneH the cirri ge , .-;,r'a traile. later i.econuei; member of the lirra of Asa Miller A j Co, carriage builders. Mr Pratt con- t need in this nusn-ess uoiu .on ... .- break of the Civil War heo the firm lost its southern traoe ar-n rai iei. I. ..1 a rif.Ult.iOn ltll 13 1I.IS- ton Compary until at inut time susttining '"" ill ies which 1.1'TiaireJ nis i.eHiui si.inrw im.. ........ (......... . . Prutt hurt .lone comparative- ! All arc welcome. ii, littli. irnrlt althoueh he had a snop tent re t'onirri-L'iitional lat hole winch was won i.v iiinm.a .., inaliing him one up. Hi niib uu's medal score was KU. The Wantastiquet cup is a handsome trophv which nas to h ... . ....... ....ura for nertnaneilt llOsst'S- woi. i.it. ' ". " ' , .t Charles II Th mp'on was iasi winner. Kigelow receives the runner-up cup. The men's and women s teams of tne (ireeiilie'.d Countrv cluli will c.m.e to I'.ratl.eboro Mondnv to plav return matches with lhe teams representing the Waiita-t iquct club. ,1 f,f v.diii.iiriiwtiT 11 SOIlie Oolt (jr. .S.ir.l.fl.l.i.MasM- Evoiyl.ody .ecins to huve trood for the at JbVJo, 7.50, 11. 30. .Mllkmrn lUkt (rrtmtnt. n a"rei..ei:r in writing s circu laiel anci-L- lb" Hri.tOel. r niilk:.;-o M. ro. lav after, ton. nr.tl s.gr.tU t y ail le.it two or thro", which will make the meisore and pri'-o f milk tins town 1. 1, i for til aft'-r Novemebr Kv the t rir.s cf the aureemert, the -tan.iard uirt measure will to used, w. ich is soiue'liat smaller f'Bn the M Hrv neckwilh t, .... 1- w... Inspect -linary .part ure '".'..cilia's xltar.ocictv will irive an en. ! own pric, some selling the large ...nainincn. in ltd Men's hall ue.U We.lnes-( ,)ll;irt for live ce ts, sinie chargv six rer.is ...r iu- ?...... i . me chsrgi- g only f.iur cents for tne il.tv i.v.oiinir. The la.lles of I lie Kpi-eopal -ocielv will hol.l a iVc-nt Mipp.-r at (iraiiL-e ball e.lnes .lay eieninu. Nov ii, from ti to s oVIock. lt.u'iilar ineetinir. of Hrat'lel.oro Coin'v, No ;iV. I'nite.l (ir.ler ofthe (iolleu Crn-s will i.e lit M Tl.ur.lav evenlnc. Nov T. at ..30 lock, at (i A It hall. KirM ltaptist church. F K Marble minister. Mornim; wor-bip with the Lord's supper, l.l.;10 a in. Itihle school at noon. Kvening worship 7 P in. AH .'t free at all services. A special meeting' of the .iraime sen Ing circle will he held at (iranu-e hall Wednes.lay atlernoon. There is a law auioiint of sew-inu- to be done and it is hoped there will he a larne al tendance. standard q iart. tUa rnur nf his hous In Mav isi.il lie marrieu II Kr.l Like W.l.inr. When things are "the best" they he come "the hest selling" Abraham Hare, a l-ading druggist, of Ilelleville, O. writes: "Klectric Hitters are the best selli. g bitters I have handled in '20 years.'" You know why? Most diseases iieiiin in disorders of stomach, liver, kidneys, bowels, blood and nerves. Klec tric Hirters tones up the stomach, reeu lates liver, kidre.sand bowels, purities the blood, streng hens the nerves, hence cures multitudes of maladies. It builds up the entire system. Puts new life Hon! at U.4". a m. .Theme for next i ...' Sold at Holdcn Personal Itespo.isiln lity lo uou- Cb . S, uiUKS'e. church, ltev Mile, pastor: Inn I mil. noil at P. fords and some checks. Kvorv diiv Capo found out that however manj other outside garments; they have a Golf eape conies "ham year round. Many of the girls i,v fl.o irnide we sell for $4.05. V c- It is iviitieiihu'ly price, lletter ones 8.'. 15. 0.50, 10.00, Flannelette Wrappers. Two new numbers today, $1 :ind $1.25, mostly indigoes and g,.(id value, proper (shape. New assortment of ripplewave eider-down Dressing Saeques. Bath Kobe and Slumber Kobes. sV. ! 'HMYIAV DM. C. A. PROUTY, Vctciliimy Surgeon. Graduate of the Ontario Veterinary College, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Treats diseases nf all domestic animals. sursrery a Specialty. S-tf Ollice'at (i. B. Whitk's Stable. a I. MII.I.KK. .M. I).. .V. 7n. IJm.ker in.s K, njurBStlllii. llo J, o '!' 'r-y-lriac acl itit-Airo.Vt. i I. 11 D"an liKO It am. Surgeon. ' Main Sireel. surw'crv, si.eclai.v. oilii c lii.ur- p. m., f. 3 to S CVel.ll.J llou-e." AM.KIIWIV. 1' r-vH 11. t.. WT:RM . 4U:W ilv" all lhe ! U or: u- - ; "''-" llTATKHIAJi ti MAHTIX. AlMM- Law, Hank ISiocK, l'.r.v.l:e..iro, Vl DBNT1STH V tn a'i tracie'l without pi J. S 8;t Main Siretl. it';.!!' I.C'v H. P.. K:su: P. BAKUKIl, U. I. S.. UsI'S t Over Greene's .irnt c.- n.', liralue.-r: f A.IKS CO -NLA XII. ' Surffcon, i.r.tuiee.in. t':0.:k. ltesMciice, No . ionr from a to ! a. -in., 1 .M. I)., Pr.rc. j. '.'l, oiJ-j-el: nK. K. U. I.VM II. ' fc lilM, s... P.ric.ct't" ' to in a. ni 1 to i an-! MKO. II. UOHMIM. Jf Iti'k, M.C.u -in ci. imltfl to lot- l.-ea-'-s t c ,n1 Noe. .ifflec hoars,-; vb ami frM.tye on.y. I.. :e'i:dwi Kails I. t). Wh: I ITnilarian ' lor. Service i Sunday Smiii-iv, hiir. h. ltev Y, tj every sun. lay Osirood , pas- at lo.:l'l a n. In ..lav i.ii ne iniinif.. ....v.... - - Ryan, their KoWen anr iversary (akin, U"4 CT'ratt is'irv e. " by two sons. I Chri Science service ii, Market bl.-k nV assist treasurer ; Siiudav 'Vty, ofth" Vermont Savirgs lianK, anu Kea.liie.' room open Tue.Jap. lranK n irai., w.... j.. . eo ii it art II It ,.. UK -.mi- ' IT !i TIOSV KIlOWIl I ini I I till n ui i in Mm"'"!: M'l l.xr nii - " ,.,,;.... ..-1,, onliwto.t in cm ......i,i...r v I hp n;ilor: ;uh .Miwai iiuvii imnu-.... v C'hritiiiu Kmteuvor x n,t It Mr Lonir's op 11 on Hint Mt-Kinley on the aa shrewd ; It Ir'; nure fnriun:tte in esrapUnr politics to take the 'expansion !)itter critiolMii than few j.rtMieccor ruiM,,LB I,,,..,,..!.. so than Lincoln. fcaiis, vj ....... t of the Kenublican force themifthoy oppose to corfess .;,... l;.Mn, b. ,:".r.d the inconsistency of the 1 bi lppine a,,,iicat!ons as .hey cannot reach the job, and ,f tfcey cite the pledge injure, VZZ the declaration or war m pauo ,-n "Hnnrsit. them in a cavity" by Bhowinrr how the Piatt amendment re- r,i..i;iM.l that rdedtre. me itouiub ..i;ti,.a. it would take all tbe virtue r,H nnrsistencv out of the Democratic opposition to imperialism. You can't win arguments by swapping positiors with your antagonist. Im perialism is squire natural to Southerners; it is sort of a a heritage from tbe days when the elaveocracy wns reaching fur Cuba and Nicaragua as well 88 Teiaa, in order to get more territory in which to en trench itself, and it is the source of the Southern attitude towards the negro now. If this report about the Southern senatorial plan now proves to be true, it will only again illustrate what the history of the past 50 years has so often proved, what a drag it has been upon the Democratic party that it bad in the South so heavy a weight of ideas that were inconsistent with the primary Democratic philosophy. Uioiml renieilles. Deafness is c.anse.l ny an m llamc.1 coii'U.ion ol me in... -....s It- nilachlailTnl.e. When (hts ...he is l.illame.l I you nave a rmnl.llnfr sonn.l or .'"'l'"'"'!.!''!!' , I inn. an.l wlien u is en.u .j ' , " ,, l mac pieiif,'B. .uo ,he .,,, n.l ninc-s .i.e. """'"""'" "', is that it is altogether tcunn.ng as "J,,"""'; be iles.royc.l forever; nine cases out or u-n arc which Is notWnc hut an Inflamed eon.lltl.in of the no.cous sn.ia. es. ,. ,, We will Hive one .nmo.o. ---w case of Keafness caused l.y ralarrhj that can no. he cured t.v Hall's Ca(arrh Cure, send lor circulars, free. , . ... . -...,,.( r. J. t n t.'fti .x v-'v , Sold bv PruBf Ists, Hall's t'a.nliy I'M are lie best. SOME COMMKST OP A LOCAL HKARISO. ' Their Dr ! Pl- Jn.l.w SlafTonl is certainly doinir ""F. . . . . ..... ... .. some coo.l work in mmmns r" hil.horv laws am. especially amonc the Hrattleboro hotel keejiers. It would Iti .licate that Bratileboro landlords has beeu privileteil characters in the past hut their day has past. Waterl.ury Kecor.l. Srr.llr Al.ln.l OwMI'taM. Brattleboro milkmen have formed trust. It is slated that they have agreed on the 'size of quarf'thev will fiini.-h and on the price at which the lacteal fluid will I sold. Solhiiur is said as (o what has l"n ajrree, . i. r.f w.ter .nev will use. This Is probably a secret lle. n (hem and tne town pump. iiairnsi.j .... .1 s..io,...tv from :l to .J It .11 II is oi lv .lauiihter died in j P .i, ...nio. iasT !r thn uun nf 1.) years. Mr frait was a man of qub-t il i-position, nl ways hontst in his lienlinirs an-1 ex tre'inelv industrious, lie built tho ho -so which has ben his home since 1S('i7, being one of tne ttrst prrsons .o erect a dwellii g on Oak etreet. All Volney Cu him; of Maine, the noted pro hibition speaker, is comini; to Vermont in Sovemi.er. lie will be. in Hrattleboro Nov 11 In Nmvtane Nov 12 and in Jamaica Nov M. This is a noo.l opportunity to hear a speaker of national lame. the an.iv from Shelhurne Kalis, was one of the victims of the Samar massacre. Sept 2S. Peters, whose father lives in Schenectady. X V, made hi home in boyhood with his sister. .Mrs A I. Hunt of (ireenlield. ARTIST PENCIL Indelible A prettv, colored, nl. kle pUtfd, automitlc Pencil, will! extra tube of three leads. Kor letters, business, marking linen, drawing, etc. (ian.lv and useliil. 10 entS , Wilson Novkltv ( o , 41 S Tin St., I'hlla. fa ISSrjHAXCK. MILLINERY M K Church. It K ..owe. pa-tor. Sunday I services, Nov :t. t..oe Kea-t. in. foniitu. I moil and Ueception of Members. PI :lo. sun j.lav school. 11.4-'.. K.ivorth l.caii.ic. B. Pr'e H l.iut: scrv ice. T. Subject of sermon. " 1 lie I Judas of the t (Id Testa.ne.it." The re oilar nieetiint of the Woiiien's Aux iliary wifl be held in (lie Y M I.' A pal lors iTiie-dav altern.Hin, Noveinlier otli, at o I o'clock. Kulliiiviiis! the bu-incss and deyo itioual nieetini.' a paper will be (riven by Mrs C II Thonipson on "Y M C A Work m the ' Spanish War." I'niversalist church. Heinnl.l K Marvin, ntr: Morniiw wor-hip. 1: oVIock, subit el of sermon. "Thr i.L'h Toil to I ara- die-" Siinilav School at 11:41 a in; s.. uioi Union at 7 pi... Mrs Pralt and Mr lirasor will sins at (he mornim: service. All are wel come. The next nieetini: of the Woman's cluh will I held will. Miss Maud Kmerson on ( ak street Tue-.lav evenini:, Nov a. h.Mea.l of Nov 4 as previously a.niounce.i. This will lie a union ses-ion and there will le reports from (he ilelei-a(c who al tended the recent fo.inr-.iion mcetinir at Morrisville. I he KrErII..R .! Xrw Mi Halrhrry. Editor of the Kefon er : Now th.t there is Mine prospect if th establish., ent of an additional lish hatchery in Vermont, h not the people of Hrattleboro make sniiiu move to luve it locMtof here? It is true we have no government nuiKong, ..in wn hope to have, a"d then we will begin to compete with our more fortunate neighbors in the cortn part of tho it..t ma hu.A n f oil .(ledtred con- Bia.U. LU " w.-.v. - gressman who has the brain and pluck to assist in seeurina mis ues.re.. r tablishment to Hrattleboro or some of our adjoining tons in Windham cour.tv. There is no better water mipply, 1 am sur,, in arv part of the state than right here, arid ith the asking it seems to me we could secure the hatch m If anyone questions our pure water supplv, lot him look at Mr .1 oho son's hatchery in West Hrattlebon here he baa a well established and, The annll.,, nn(.t Pav will l observed prosperous establishment I the ilmne fur lhe Ai;e... Wednesday. Nov Wrt v not suggest to our congressman g (rom , , to s p in. Any article u-e.l in C. ..... in l.irl fur the location I-.,.- h..,o a ill nf use to us. Will the .L. h.tnh.ri in 1 lr.1 t.l 1 RborO f I 1.1 ICS lo..l ff 05 V si iir iru. linn... .... 'i '"s - . at .vir.ionn- ..,. ..,!... ni-'ht has been etiaued in vi est nniuicov.iu : (rjm v , io .oi i:. of the new hatcher io lSrattleborof lie can do it Will heT Fishenan. Grcal Lack ( Krtltor. "For two years all efforts to cure Kc sema in the palms of my hands failed,' writes Kditor H N JMer, "t Syracuse, Kan, "then I was wholly cured by Buck let's Arnica Salve." If the world's bet for Eruption", Sorea and all skin diseases. Only 23c at Holden & Co"s. anv nome win m .- ; . , ladies loi.k over their canned fruits and jel lies and spare us a littler To those yvho lind it more convenient to u'ivc money we would savlhat any sum, however small, will ho gratefullv received. s See Visit's Cora. lilnrl.Mil lrl. ml. .,.rr W Winslow ! ' itrAn-n... 9. Ira Hanas Coudrev. J Giles, liev ( has S3 Hayne Miller, Kichartl Proser, Ireo Mwkw We offer Stylishly Tilmme.l Hats In rich effects, no two alike, at attractive prices. Our Combination VELVET ii FELT HATS are Sbowy and Effective creations. (D3-See our BONNETS and TOQUES which are in great demand We hntt an nuustmlly fine dis play of choice trimmed hats for which hare all been These are lo be replaced children sold by the latest designs. C. K. R. JKJIJIK, Successor lo Sherman A Jenne, INBUHANOB. ESTABLISHED IN ISA". u....,ai l.itt. Acrt.lpnt. Plnte Glass. Era. ..iiwer'a I.ial.llltv. Kievator. Hartford Steam Boiler, Tornado, ln.lemntty and Surety Bonds Vorth Herman Llovd S. S. Co.- 17tf-ufr I)", f. Ci. PKTTfK, Block. Over ((.:! .-nV c. I. rati... (r I .-"ir r v.Tir Mv:t-- ir i I i. Pit ATT, M. II.. I'.rnlel.oro. lilti.L' io 2 M D. m.i t:3 to f 0 ' (7BEMOST HAMlbTOV X- D- C and Keslden.-e, No, .4 Swt tours unto e . " ' ,(: Sn-dava. 1 to 3 p. m. Jt'tott, fOHX E. OAI.K, Attorney 1 l.a;-Vermont. TR.lUES. 1 OII- DVSLEVY. cnatomTallar. . J Block, up one UM. i .eanstng. Sc. ind I'resslni done at shorwioirtj .if H. J.U'OUS. Horn Sho.1". VV Jobl.ln. Canal st . r-i h VT e: HALL, Careeiiif-r stil S.sier. er in elate. OS Clark sirc. MKHCAS I ILK. mivi. Iloaki. Stitlw J KancT Woods." 1'k turts sol tn niKHnwutcu., T"'rlt.!!ii l dealers In Cosls of an t!E.u. Main Sired. Brattleuorn II Rummage ! Rummage it;!. VI. Lost or siraved, Hi I'l". N1 "C. I W Krallo N t .." cu.1 "C. n. Whitman, BraitV.-i never sold, wapicl or ; ' n.arse.i as aoove. me. l'lease return to me er lo As' rino. C. l. U'llITM is. T:-Ac I. All Kinds and Conditions ol 1' would feel well, look well and work ell v.Cl Pute wool, soft, light, elastic, porous and so well ventilated. in Alfred Dolge' Felt Slippers and Shoes one need have cold feet or tend- NO ICC Look out for this i trade mark. All genuine goods have it. Mm r i. v-yiw iDOlELL & DAYIS. All styles carried in our two Retiil Stoiv: and r.u.v'i BELLOWS FALLS DUNHAM BROS. It r- naiaiiiimgn