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THE REFORMER: BRATTLEBORO, vT., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER I, 1901. 26 BELLOWS FALLS. nui) Si'txton, llellows K: ItumodititlhlHt, 'illltl, Vt. Volerl-llf DrMfll of Mr. N t. WiIIIhiim. f Emily K, wife f X i Wiliiuni!', ilied Tues ihi.v ceniii; at 11 o'clock, in the ,')Tlti jriir of lei- unu, miiib tlnee wceki. nilife lieiume. ill of a valvular heart trouble from wlneli -he hail mi Hi ml ul tinier for nnuie years ami win lilialjli' to rally Hum Hie nttaek. fhe lnul been iiiuoiiM'ioiin lnni) 2 o'clock Siiinliiy liiorniii!; iimil death. .Mrs Williams's early lite was passeil in I'loviilence, li I, and she married in INTO X W ssmitti who died in 1ST"). There were two children by this niarrinue, Walter 1' and Nathaniel W. In issil she jnarried Xathan U iiliains, siiieriiitendent of the Vermont Kami .Machine coniany, and has since lived in Hellows Kails. .Mr Wil liams has two daughters, now crown to young womanhood, .Misses Kliziiheth and Genevieve, to whom she became a devoted mother. One of her own sons, Waller C Smith, is married ami lives in the villain', and the younger, Nathaniel, is a riini; ruling lawyer in New Vorkcity. .Mrs Williams had always been active in all ood wo.k. and was especially identilied wilh the dilli'reiit deliartnients "of the Coii-'rei,ratioiiiil church, lit a social and fieiierous nature, many have enjoy eil the hospitalities of her home, and her ileath is a sad loss to a large circle of rel atives and friends. The funeral was held at the house on School street at I.;l this after noon, liev J II llcid ollieialinj;. with burial iu Dak Hill eeineterv. 1'aroel. Inl School l'rooM-l. Announcement was inaile by liev Kdward lieynolds, pa-tui ni st tlinrles' church, sun day nioriiini:-, that a parochial school would probably be established iiltlii. village some tinie within a e ir. The aniioiiiiceim lit has caused a grt ai" deal ot discii"ion and com, incut alllong all cla-ses. and I he t Mahli-liuict.t ot such an iiisiiluiioii will be much regretted by all those iuot inleivste.l in our lice puMic schools. IJishop .Michainl has recently taken a very linn stand on the siioiect ami has is sued an edict thai miles-, parents !ia inir chil- The next entertalninent In the course (jlv en by the Ml Kilburn missionary widely w ill occur Tuesday evening. Nov '!. at the vetrv of the 'oii;:Tegatioiial church. The talent will consist of .Miss .cla Pauline Ulakelv, violinist, of Kradford, aiid.Mis .Marv '.Mcl.eod Ulakelv, elocutionisi. The program w ill also consist of other local talent and an enjoy able occasion is expected. The Woman's Club will .hold a business meeling at II o'clock in the I'niv ersali-t church esliy tomorrow afternoon. Follow ing the business, tea will be served and a short musical and literary program will be iriven. It is planned to lime lour teas and one gent lemen's evening during the w inter, the social committee having the matter in charge being .Mrs C II William. -Miss Louise Flint, .Mis K I. Walker, .Miss Josephine lierbv. .Mrs !'.! 1'erry, .Miss Caroline Anns, .Mrs C K .Meachaiu and .Mrs .) .1 O'Connor. .Some time since the I'nited States civil ser vice commissioner iiiinoiiuceil an examina tion for positions of clerk and carrier In the potoilice service lo be held November HI, all applications to be liled with the secretary of the local boaid, W A McDonald, before the houro closing Or'.olici '-W. There were no applications tiled before that dale, and the couiniission has been so intorined. Two or three intended to take the examination but were a day laic in tiling their application. o it Is probable that another date w ill soon be fixed upon by the commission. The exami nation is open to all ciliens of the I'nited States between the ages of IS and io years. dren under 1" v car chin! school, w hue refused absolution ; ( the public schools i eenl of scholars in ttlect upon the tow u s oils. 1 here ale at pi the village limits ml t lnni to the paro- j ml, ,,f k,.,,, lich e.is. they shall be ' ,n,;i- ... U m l tils, woulil t.,ke Irom ! he iliagc about ."ii.i per Uie lower grades, the ctiouls would be se i- eiit 111 schools within in. I a loss .,1 ;i,'iO to 4011 children would mean the curtailment of some eight or nine schools reilucing ihe teaching loree and abo the state money . No plans hae been made yet as to location, but the diocese own a.ualne Toperty here, wilh chance for building- on (.rceu street and it is probable this site will in utilized. The Forester-- conducted a dance in d A II hall last evening. A number ot Odd Fellows attended the district nnetiiig iu Cht sicr .Monday e cu ing. 11 (i Chandler will organize a class in danc- inu'Ior the winter, this evening at I nioii bail. I'll J lad ley. ca-hicrof the bank, is ill at his home on estmiiister Terrace ot typhoid fever. .Mrs Frank Adams entertained a few friends at tea Weduesilav evening in honor of .Mrs D I Howard. Kev C K I! Hodge, pastor of the liaptit : church, exchanged pulpits with Kev .Mr : F'oote of Ntxiohs iiiver, Sunday . i '31 rs W W Sawyer entertained the whist club of w hich she and .M r .saw y er are inembers. at their lirst meeting ot the season this ev en ing. : -Mrs Lizzie King and daughter, (iertrudc. , close their bouse on chool street this week lor the M ason and w ill spend the w inter at j Lynn, .Mass. - A sheriil's sale of dry ltooiIs, etc, is being ' held in the Warner block at Mixtoiis Iiiver, the stock being liiat recently bought by c II Sanders of Chester. ' i II II Craves, proprietor of the ('oiuinercla! House, was taken to New fane Wednes.Civ on a chargt' o! selling fiipior. i The ladie-ol the I iiivi rsaii-t church net j ted about s!ni at tlieir nimtiinui' sale last week, ami tlie young copie's vveilding took I in about U. ' j C U Carpenter, employed lor the past few weeks ;u ihe mill near llnrber's park, has ! gone to Arlington Heights, .Mass, w here he ,' has a position. Jliss Harriet W I lark of Saxtons Iiiver, I who lias sung acceptably here so many tiuie. will siiend the winter hi Orlando. Fl;. on ' aecounl of ill health. I The llellows l-'alls and Saxtons Iiiver rail- 1 way company lias added a new car to its , equipment, now having three available closed j cars lor tail and winter service. I Mrs S F ferry won the vv hist prize at ihe ' club nieiting Wednesday afternoon at Mr- F . Walker's. The next meeting will be at .Mrs llruee Italicbck's on Muilli street. j The place in (. old Iiiver 'owned bv Mrs Jennie M Hatch was sold at auction Tuesday, the purchaser being .1 K stfnttou of v aipolc. He will occupy the preiiii-es in the spring. Hallowe'en socials were the rage last even ing, Ihe llaptist Young people meeting at .M H Kay's. The i'niversalist and -Meihodi-t i young people also watched out for ghosts and goblins. A business meeting of the iadies aid society of the I'niversiilistehurch is being held iu the church vestry this afternoon. Supper will be served by ".Mrs F J Hall and .Mrs Oscar Ciammell. Some twenty-live friends of Mr and Mrs Cliarles W Stuart called upon them upon their return from their honeymoon trip one evening last week and presented them w ith gifts and hearty congratulations. Mrs Annie M Hatch and Mr and Mrs Graves will spend the winter in California, and if pleased wilh the country will make their home there. Mrs tiraves was .Miss Itos abelle Hatch, one of our graded school teach ers. A same of football Saturday afternoon at Kussell park between the high school and the Windsor high school teams resulted in a victory for the liellows Falls boys, the score standing ili to 0. The team goes to Keene Saturday. Mrs Joseph Barret, who has I icen book keeper for several years at Dunham Urns' fhoe store, lias given up her position there, and is succeeded by Miss Margaret Sullivan. Sir and Mrs Barrett" will go to housekeeping Boon on Henry street extension. Mr and Mrs- Chits W" Brow n, who have been occupying the cottagn belonging to the A II Fisher estate for the past few nionths, moved this w eek to N'or.haiiipton, Muss. Mr lirown, who is a railroad employe, has had his roup changed to that locality.' The gentlemen of the firm of V B V grocery company served a baked bean supper at the vestery ot the Jiaptist church Tui-dav. Last year w as their lirst venture in culinary affairs but the supper was so well served and patronized that it was decided to make it an annual event. . I'eritiiiiaii. Mr anil Mrs K U Jenness arc in Boston. lion Hugh Henry. II S pension commissioner was in town Monday. .Mrs (; II Talbot and dauuhter ol Newton. Mass. are guests of Mrs (ii urge li Babbitt. F 11 Shaw ol Concord. X II, spent Sunday with his broiher, C N sbaw. .Miss Vayo, who ha been with her brother at Worcesfi r. .Mnssj'or some lime has return ed home. M rs Delia Orav has been spending J the pa-t lew dais with her si tcr. Mrs Sarah tfoiiues at oration. Clark t ha-e w is in Spi inglield. Mass. Mon day. F. I. Walker was iu l!o-loll Monday and Tuesil iy . Henry King ol Clareinont spent Minday at his home here. Henry Kilub.ill. vv ho b is been spending some week at his broilnr's. tico W Kim ball'-, on Atkinson street, has gone to Boston for tiie vv inter months. M rs Laura Lo. k- N II. v jsiied in tow n over hatnbcrlaiu of liurhugtoii i i w as I he guest of A I'' inncw isser and l.nn ' iiy iroat I riilay uniii Monday. Mrs L L lb nioii c f llaii'i'ver. N II. ami John Marker ' ol I'lainlield. X II. are v isjiurs in the laniily j lllis week. Dr and Mi's J J O'Connor were; iii New lorkl.i-t week. Mr and Mrs o I' j Stlepard-oll ol ' lll'allicooro have been gue.-ts I thi- we. k ol Mr and .Mr-c I! r-hcp.irdnii. I Mr and Mr- Bagiev of Lnglainl v i.-iled her I brother. Dr l.owery list week, while en I rouic home from a t rip lo iiiei.ec. 1 r Low - I cry aecomi. allied them to New York and they ' -ailed Tuesday. -Mi's Ali' C Sleeper lias (.,-,. i, spin. ting a t.-vv dais with relatives and. I r lend- iu f I ire nt.' X II.- .Mrs D D How - : ard ot Kciincft .-.jii ire. I'a. who ha-been v i-iiing iter ui'illier. M r- I iliv c Adam-, and brother. Frank Adams, ',,r Uj,. ,;,-t few w ielv-. relumed hniiie y t-ierday . .VI i-- Nel lie .-smith of U li.clteniiiifi. Ma--, i- willi' fnend- in town. Mr- Fdvvin Dougla-s of orange. N . I. i- ihe gue-t ol her -i-ti r. M i s Fred s i iark. Finest liean was bonie from itr.iltleboro over .-iinda v. M i-s 1 aid Itan good of thi. phi 'e an. I Mr.- Frank llapgoul of 1m enc N II. returned Tue-dav Irom a trip to New York .Mr- Frances li Flint went to Boston Tuesday for a tew days' stay. -.Mr-( arpenter and Mi-s liav ol hester were: presi ni at the Choral Falun Monday evening. WHS, I' IIKATTLKHOICO. The Congregational parsonage lias been receiving a coat of paint this week. A tile walk is being laid from Mrs Ilige low's house to C tuis, Davis's shop near Ihe bridge. Clint A Sloekwell returned yesterday from Ludlow where he has been lor a week on a hunting trip, lie drought no deer back with him. liev and Mrs (ieo K Marliu of I'lilladelidiia have been spending the week w ith Mrs John Diinklce. .Mrs Hannah C Taylor has re lumed after spending the summer at fort land. -Me .Mrs I lias Stockwell and daughter, Lizzie, returned Tuesday from their western trip. The organ in Ihe Congregational church has been taken down this week lo allow- the i nlargement of the ell where it has stood since it was put iu. A mistake in nicn-nrc-tuciils when the ell was built left no room for the choir. When the changes are com pleted the choir will be seated directly ill front of Hie. organ. A force of men employed by George E C'rovvell has been working for the past lew weeks in rhanning the w ater pipe which runs from the reservoir near Ihe Samuel Sargent place to the Crovvell reservoir. The pipe has lieen moved from underneath the ear track and lowered -evernl feet. It lias been taken from underneath Ihe bridges crossing Whet stone brook and Ihe brook near the .Melrose House and laid beneath the streams. ItIK I tIM. In Siniili Windham, Oct. a daughter to Mr. and Mrs Ctiiilles W Adams. In Cnllb'id, i ici Jii, it daiinlilcr to Mr. and Mis. Ilaioid Newell, and giaudoaiigtiter to Mr. and .Mrs. It .1 Tilbbs. In Hon e. .Mass., Oct. 'J'i, a daughter to (ieorifc and Nena (Newton) Churchill . Seeing is Believing n Kit i . i.n. flu iiiuirritnn Outer. 51 r Nugent tin1 itrtir-t, rt-Innif to New York 1n it few (hivs. where he will wpetiil the winter.- Mr iind Mi iinn.m hitve l;ikrn :i eot-tii-re :i( Vel J UiinnnTMmi for the winter. Kll Miller f m.ikiiitr r p;iii on his hou-t i Frank v illani ot' llratilflmru tloing the ' l:tl itiir. Warren Miller i workniL' lor Wal-j tor Walker.- Kay Miller i- at Uralllehoro for a lew week. F,rni'ft Miller li heen vifiitn ! hi, fi-ter. .Via Miller, at Nnrlhatni'tnii. al-o hi lirotlK-r at .Mt llermcn ami -iter, Yuv- cine, at Nnri liiielii .N ininary. !u llialtlehoio, Oct. :;tl, hy WllilainS. Newton. Km , Herbert C. ltnlil"M ami lit:rtruiu li. hirt'e.Hr, Imili of lleriiUid'lon, ,Mhfb I1 liratttelioro, Uet. lin, hy lie.v. Hurry It. MUc. Walter K. Snow oi llrutllcboro tint! Mlfs .Ma he I (i. lirown of Murlimro. In r.ratikhore, (hi. :M, y Ituv. Harry It. Miles, Anhur i). Itarraii'l MU Dorothy K. Cray both of Maiii-lnvler, N. II. In .Sirinlliflil, Macs., (let. i!.', hy Itev. .Inlm Breaker of Noitliainptnn, Mai-n., Arthur I'e.rrln siiiMMuli of Uittttlebom and MIbh Mau l Anna Vivian of SprliiKlltiKt. In WeHinutreiii'l, N. II., Oet. h', by Itev. Harry Know Hinullanl, ChnrleH K- Minanl of Itosinii ami MIhh Lucy O. Taylor of Wcbtmure land. In Yonkers, V. V., Ort. M, hy Itev. Dr. G. F. I'cnteetift, Arthur .1. I'IiMUiih ofiNorthltuld and Krt'tlerlka renteeoj-t of Yonkei'H In tliarlemont, Maff., Oct. i, hy Itev. G. fl. 1'ratt, Merton iHU Wheeler and Clara June Ilx, both ot Wliittnfjham. In ( aveinli-li, Oct. 10, hy !tcv..t. H. Heard on of Ludlow, Lieut. W.N. 'liatehehler of Itrattiu horo and M Imh .Maud Tluuun ot Cavendinh. In Snmh Ni-wfanti, Ocl. Xi. hy liev. K. .s. lt; k ford, Jolin M. -Miration nt South Ncwfane and Miwm Tena L. Alien of Wardcboro. In Greenlield, Muck, Oct. -J;f bv Itev. .la met ('. .sharp ot Nprlnt'lleld Henry AIoho Field of sprlnjiiteld and Miha MaiK"rel Kdliti Owen of GreenUeld. In Athol, Mar-s., o.-t. 'J'i, hy Kev It. G. lice, lUlpli i)M Hr Itrouks and MUn Grace Avery iooie, b.dh of Athol. In JicrHiltik'nin, ct. .', at the home of the bride, Kdtnuiid M. Itrttciiclde of I'erti and Mla Ciiris j Una tl. Wiikii'hun ot HeiinliiK'tt'ii. In S.Mltb Kovalton, Ocl. -.'i, bv Kev W. K. Mann. Wlilain St Laurence ol lEandoliib and Uertha Si-rltmer f liethei. That 'Mt rotitttiiff llnHi lie. Would ijuii-klv leave vou, if vou uf tl Ir Ki-'K'j Ni'.v je TilN. Thnuf-arbls of jii llcni s ha vt prnveii thrir tiiHridilrss nierir lor sit-U ami N-rvuus I lra;i;trh'"i. rti- nmkc pure i loo i ami LuiM tip your health. Onh 2i w.- .Money hack ii )t etired. SoM ty Jloldt-n A t'o, dru trifts. I In F.rattlehttn Katn. V: lit Htiittlcl'vin Oct. '-'T, Mary Kilabeth fNt.;!l, Fdwln Hyde Cita-e, eilKSIIIKh cni TV. . If. In Itr.ittleti.ir... t. t. III lleliovvs Kails. II t nt S i.. W.lli.ni.s. "i7. In I'l.tmp-loi.. Ma . in ll r-l llalil jf el,i..'l.-e. -III . ! 111 Kcloiviili'. I til Tiiiiiiia-. N 'o-iiii. I I. I In Soii.li t.oiidon lerrv lt.ll -k, lerinci'l ,' ! .lam j In Newlalie, i)( t. Ji', lie In .la. l,-..livliie, o, . 17 Howard A-.'i t'lal!, i hnilly Kraiiee-. wile t. ' i, Marv K i Miv i ii. n M. Mrs. all.v M ISn H 1 iin.ntli, in days, i let. Mrs. .Marv Na-on, vvl in. I I. , -J.i, Mr-, .till e. ca Ti linev. Mrs. .M.irv ,,-. ;'r? Tailor', Clothe I If you knew how really good these H. S.& SUITSOVERCOATS are, the correctness of stylefthe thoroughness of tailoring, you'd look our stocki:over before visiting a tailor. Seeing" is! believing : look atem.r Showing them is almost as pleasant as sell ingT'em, generally means the7same thing. : : l Do not think that all this talk about quality, style and fit implies high prices; not at all, our $10 Suits and Overcoats are just as good in their class as the higher priced ones. HI.MUIK. j In Chc-icr. 1 'ct. .' nam c of M'tialhain -nniiL'iii I.eolL-c hi. .Ma..-. Itritton (X.eet- Mr and Mr.- Win Allen of stopped ov er Nllldav v ilh en route to J c J . I.e. I liev ini; to drive the entire di-tam A delcL-alion of llin-.iale teaelier- i 1 1 1 1 n 1 i n ir Mi-e- Minnie t'evvir. Minerva Unrrmu'li-. Lillian llanciieli. I;e-t and Teari lli:in- and li'iiiert .Mi l aiiL'liern, Jr. attend the in-litnte at Keene today. .Myron lluld'.ird vva- entertained hy Mr and Mr- hdi'ar l'.nrroUL;!i- !a-t week. Mr and M r- .lame- I loiiov an ot 'uncord are v i-it in Mr and .Mr .loliu Corli--.- .lame, u'llririi ha. been on a t rip tolanlluvv and Cellow -I- all-. - Mr- .1 n l iittle ..I priin;li. Id i- earing lor her -i-ter. Mr- i: M Hunter, who i- ,i,-K with nerv mi-t rouble.-Mr. I.alavctie Shel don ot Mrattoii. 't. i- i-itiiir at A 1 pi':iL;ile'.. Millinery Sale ! nine while it hist-. j "nr Ku'ro i.t of TRIMMED AND j OPENING HATS t-i.e -o.d at t -m. i We por-imcly MFsT inake moin f Lr our i New Mid-Season Stock: Take a look, and see for yourself. Clothier. Hatter. Hart- SchafThcr Tailor' CloOiei IOUIT. MWMI 4 IUMA Outfitter. i .- all vv iil in 1 M i-. .Mae Farmer pre-id Mi-. .Maud Mali, who ha- hei liiother. W Hall. r. turned t llill-ilalc. X II. Mondav .-Mi-. penlcr vv cut to Ludlow todav t ever -iiud ton till, week. held v i.ited at A Mr I. ilia l. I laia lice X Mvain' i'oliiiali.t.-- v i.itniL' her her home in !:(.: lar vi.it trii-ml. 1 1 ad lev i rerry ol : l.i.t week. in I!o.. priiiK- l.v man Kli a toot I mm a of hi- roii-in. F A eniiipaiiiril hy her d er. vv i lit to it.p.loli di -ith of her daiijii I' l ll-llil!' i. rej .1 ..re. - Henry Wo, , lance lor N-iv Wood- ha- In ( In -tel-licld. X llr.lri llrli". S.hool. at the ( cut re will ilo.e about the! Ill i Idle of Xoveutlier, when a Cleat cxhibi- tion will he L-iven. ; Iviith llntli-r will to llr.ittkl.oro Mmn j to learn ilre.-niaKtiiL'. - I al w in Mitt u-r li:i . been in Ainhi t'.t on a htinliiiL: toiii-. I A larire force of boy- and u'irl- ic'i-d from lb to To are iHI-kiiieorii at tile .lack. oil farm. j vv here -J-J acre, of corn vva. izrow n tin. a- II linele I tc. the work U-inu -till in prouri ... l.aiL-e herd, ol eaitie ami hoc- vvi.l be lnit there diiriii-,' the reater at a ton-r! lice. An eally ci nie me i cel BARGAIN. K ver , I l.li c von need for l-'ancy W ork, !e..,ni. ,,'H-eli In hliiOrolilery. Hair tiOixIs, ( omits and Ornaments fur die Hair MRS. C. H. SMITH. Milliner and Hair llre.-er. -S Main Mreet NOTICE. We, the undT-Unrl tiiilkini Hruule lid nt. t' t.tke town i if Mil.! ( Hinltrlit(f port. iH, who lirif tillerel lh4 lo.s of i':tt ittiro .'inenl-. li: i;ulm:ol aecitlom, N t )H -u, ( i in t lie (.iiiidin--. n-w liarn- lui!r Mlllt h. - M I'v .riiMill m-liter. Mr r'i;ir,i I', !;i-l week. eriUr.j l.v the 1 winter, ami aioitlM r ea-ltI a tiiJ OMi'r-e! e-i t" M-lil.ed l.v Ihe V l!l l."t I'll I TV, and jitter Kitd tat i! 1 r. Mr Kimita !enrt..- jiriiiL' tlie in-i'ie hi d- ainioiiiiee-i hi- next he a iii:t-jUt ) :iir.- K A ikn.L.' a h;j-iin.- trip to II. thi week. Mi "pan M attfi Imp ii,' w a taken to tin .Mon.hiV. rht-ter ineeliim' toll r Smxioiih Itiver ltn-! Kelp ;il nt Hi Ti n of li,e ( iH ifn v unu ,: with I- V Kinnl In utleml llu' di.-triet in Mmi.iay eeniui'. ( ieo M i v i- arranuitii: In luilti hiui-t s mi ihe iathi near ln li.ti-i'. lit: i- re eei in l-riek ami InmU r h the t k-ctrie rail roa.l. IJert VtHM'.varl ani family hae L'"iie to !tHn Th Mve. - Mv Itie.s Aixliews went to 1 lie hospital Mtitnlay I.ntii- lliMetthiir' wa in town atiil'ilay lu pu oil the help in the mill. John Hnian has l.ren in t djineetieiit all the w i- k l'ikilr' after tlie new mill the enini any iia- jiiii'ehae i. mv Jiuian i i-up t-nnteiHii n, ( 1 runM.tririalMn ill he niiele. I Mi Siniili :ti.l .Mi-- .Merrill ma.- a .le.-j-l- ! ; e. -hii." with tiie t-hi!iitinti r. -ien Uv their pupil at lh.- fe-lival. ( let Ul. "ftiier 1 'n;re-.uiiiial hi'lie-' mh-u I v. .M i- .li ' ie Nitwii j uae a line reeitalitn aii'l .Ml-' Mriith a rea'linir. w tii h v er' tnueh enj- e. Margaret atnl Wause H'-linati :ni.' an-1 l.t- : war-l Hh'ivn u';ie an eeeili tit nvi:al;Mt A ' i li:tr e-i uppt r v ;t- -crve.l w it ii fi e ei'cain ami eake, (ne ".o tn '.0 hein prc-ent. , j I- 1. l'.Ai;i:i.i:, II M P. M.K! II, I. A H"" m;i-, M II ll H K i . i : f . M vim k, IiIk II lllt'M, M 1 1 Y U U i.i.u-s, I i.iinl a: I'ratt !e 1 1 1 K I . 1 1 1 K ;a ti'ia I -1 Tin a-ni e Vl'l'll.l.tlt illl'l itKlt. an t. ttier lirt-aMifi I I'i t:i:v, H '"Mil it, K M rt v, II - I I l:li,S-s, .1 I. i.ist.v t j:, K Willi i , M I! l.'Miii ;sv , pie j STATE MUTUAL Fire Insurance Co, ('(iii-i'i vtitivc iitp.l Ivt'liitliK'. 3 1-2 o P. F. CROWN, Agent. J. A. PULLEN. Hot JiijKin Ti't Ho A j .. itil mi Teas in,-Hi. 11,- Sl.Oti -t Hi-lu t Fiie.1 ,T;ii 'Fur Sfttuiiliv mil v. i fvw (lavs. Hot Black Tea. -I" lea, 4 it- lur li. ell Molitcvidd Choeolat an .1 : .l.illN- , Vt, Nov 1-t, 11. IU II Wl. .I.HNKI WILCOX'S i New York Bargain Store.! Unc Oiev Jl(Ht, is vcar ('id, .-ouml and kind, can mat iiitc hour easy, price $."ii.00 Bread Flour, $4.25, St. Louis. $3.7,'. 10 Ihs (ir. for 1 M For Cash. J. A. PULLEN. HnlOtiim lintdi-il nt fllmlitle. .th.Mii- if W ,1 ( tin an atnl Thmna- M. A. fiOBINE'S DRESS-CUTTING; SCHOOL, i:ii; ltKi'i n: -ri ii (,mii) p. i;i : n.wi: AlN's IN wi: iiah I.AM I' -icw iiu at tile pi B I J A T T L K Ii 0 R o , Vt., Oct. 31, 1001. aii ! Todav wo place on sale The llalt-ill vv.'iv rah .Marliiiirn ami i Hli Wa.. Iiinn.l at Imtli lanirt ( 'nri'an vva--iili.t'iiiit'itt (iil'.-n. ..t ..ii.-. nr I..- ! I'l ii'l'. 1 1". .1 1 1 l. ri llt- ll. t" ti ll il.nlar. ,. l.v sh.ritt ,M,m,i t r llintl- la.t wi t k. r.ia-r I il:ia- ami in tin' .1 i. lilli 'l S.'iM allil rii.l.- for ;i I ilciL'h vva- ill atnl m .1 ; All win. ,1- ail 'U "t'(i 1 u r Niln y rr .li .iri.i:- nt I. t' i .iil aii'l inv i i v i i v a lu.'t niiun Nov Sill. 'iiiMiii: T' t-v i:iitiir ai I- In. Hi mill. Hnrlontvlilv. Win .1 I.nvi'U i. making rejiaii- on hi. hoti-p. V. 11 lii't.'ainii iliiiiii: tin- vvurk. Mi.- Kraman l-'airliank. inu'i-tniiiiil her frii li.l- mill m'1 Imati- at Siiritliali.t.' hall l:i..t vvi i k 'I'linr-'lav t-vrniinr, it Ileitis Ihr oi'-ra-i"n nf lu r tenth hirllnlay. All renii't ii i;iinil time. l'.ert Kllis from liarre vi-itial here la-t week. Mr iitnl Mr.- K K DcCuinp vi.iteil Mr I'l'Canip'.- tun ic, ivvhii i- very Imv). at North SprhiL'tlelil Sunilay. Jlelv in KiIvviii'iIm, who h:i.- lieen very -iek. i- able to riile out. The bor-e which ilravvs the linker's winjon from liellows Kails. Iieeatne friiihteneil lit the cars la-t week, near Mr ileCitnip's, hiiiI ran, ttirnvviiii; out the driver, vvho v :is not lntn-ti injured. H)tlioiii.'h one wheel pas-ed over his leir. The horse was nfterwiirds found nt I':i;t IVi-ton's, on the !-a.tiiti' lllver roml unhurt, and the wagon vva- uninjured. unaiile to he present, lint w ill Im- anal later. 'I'he oilii-er- tutind a li en-e tor si-llin li.ll"l'-at KaleLh's and that will he ii-e.l a' ev i leli. e. (t)thi i' Che. hire County New., on nth pai-e. j S. W. EDCETT & CO. REAL ESTATE AGENTS, Invite Vim t I nil or U'l lie i lieautv and worth mm h more we a-k (..I- it. -II'ST UK r nii c line of ( II ATKI.A1NK I'...-ton iia.'. at the !"vve-t po- I i sil.ie pri.e. 1!H. VAl.t'KS. I.a.lie.' i:ent.' j find eliiidri ir. underwear. u'l"ve. and uiit I ten. all at lial'.-ain pri. e. at ! -'.'. 'K 'amp i. i : than the pn. i : i:i v I'D a v. i ii a i "All nf fun". hnjijiv Jot.- the ivgul: Pl'ISKV. Pains in the Back Are ,pyniptonis of r. v.i-nk, forpkl or etagnaiit cnii-iiti'm '.!. kMi-js or liver, ami aiv n v iiviir.'-' it fxtrfinely haziirdntis to :,i.:!.i;, fi important is a Inti.'.y .-i of t'.. (.r.-an-. Tiny ft.' c. ' "ii ',' :.:'"ti ! y l--s-of emt;:y, ' of c..'rv. '. an.l f--it.--times iiy ji'.oot::;.- Vu'.ii and dv- Fpmul.iry. "I had .."a: nd when I Worse than t ins Hood's ph-ep .and t'-t li Drnlll ot timirt-terl Clllxcn. The funeral of Dennison Davis, who died .Sunday afternoon, was held Tuesday at 2 o'clock nt his home, Itev Mr Burnett olliolat iii. The hurhtl was in ill Plea-ant ceirtetery. He had lieen foehle for a loni; time snd took a severe cold Thursday which caused his de.nh. .Mr Kavis was horn in Putney Mav :i. I-I'.l. and was the son of Alanson and Kxperience (On Is) Davis. .Most of his life has lieen spent on the home farm, and he has uiveu much tune to the horse ami cattle liu-iness. He has held all the important otlices in this town e.xcept town clerk And ttrcasurer and irepreseiitcd the town in the K'iK'i'al asseiuhly of lS.sn. He was married in iIO to Catharine M Scott who died in lsTsi, in lssij he was :nrain married to Ahltie J Kvans, hut neither she nor any of his three children survive him. All hooch na-t the aire of active usefulness. Mr Davi- -till retained a deep interest in the allairs of the town ami hi- advice was sought on ail matter, of importance. He will lie much uiis.tMi in the coinuiuuitv. ii". I'.T "d 1 i"rP :t. i i '.i. r: i .2 f-lt ' ; I ' r .re. I !.. -i t.ik--. ri.i.i :i:i'i n- .v I. imi r.-i r. -o'-d i ni l.' to do toy work. 1 an:V - t.' my cure ii'ireiy to Hood's Sar-ai.aril! 1." Ml;s. J. N. i'l.i'.KV, care II. S. I't.i'thind. l'd;o Itoad. Ala. Hood's Sarsaparilla and Pills Core kidney and Hver trouble?, relieve the back, and build up the whole eyetem. FRANKLIN' ( 01XTY, .MASS. B rnnrilMlmi. Th f.rconliel 1 Kecor ler say- that Albert P Hare, admini-tralor ol the e-tatc of hi. father .Mi.. Tt I. Hale hi., recently di. covered ill some ..id i.ai.i r- Die ill of his father, dated A pril 0. l-i'.. I hi- makes one ehaniv in the di.po.a! ot the property of Mr- Hare, w ho remit iy ili. 1 from injuries su-tninrd in a railroad ms ideiit. Sevi nil I11111. Ire. I dollars .-in- taken irom the Itapti.t Mi-.ionary union, the 11 si.hmry lfa.atcc of Mrs Han-, mid iriven loihe ihrcei i.ii.ircn.a -on and two.lainrhters. lOther I!ci nan.ton news n Cth pa.l CliMiiilicrlntu'B Conch Hsmeity In Chicago Ili-gen Iiros, tlie popular South Side drucci.-ts. coroer COth street and Went worth avenue, say: "We sell it ereat deal of OimiJierlitfs Cough Remedy, and find that it give? the most atisfae tory results, especially among children for severe cold? and croup." For sale by Brooks Ilou-e rharmacy. well all That is report from the monkey cr.c of Barnum's Circus ever since the keepers began dosing tlu monkeys with Scott's Emu! sion. Consumption was carry ing off two thirds of then every year and the circus had to buy new ones. One clay a keeper accident ally broke a bottle of Scott'. Emulsion near the monkc cage and the monkeys eager!' lapped it up from the floe r This suggested the idea that i; might do them good. Since :hen the monkeys have received -cgular doses and the keeper.- cport very few deaths from :ensumption. Of course it's heaptrtobuv Scott-' Emul- :on than new monkeys and .hat suits the circus men. Consumption in monkevs -d in man is the same di.sea.-c. if you have it or are threaten ed with it can you take the hint? lhi pit ttire rprft.ri: tin- Trruie Mark f ScottV iCmuNinn and f on tl:u vmiiiLrof evuy boltk. Snd for free sample SCOTT & COWN'E. tVJ W Jv,lri St - York. Ii' oil W;illt In I I f ) oil w ;ilit to K vou want t II on v:inr t'ii' :i h"inc in :my i! m II .11 r prnperty. ";ih en Kt;ttY. II vi h:tvc mom v to !nc! junl arc not iiit-(l ith t'ur rritt' of init'iot. If vrni v:in t to t xi liaiiL.'.1 Vdiir propi-rtv. Vt; lntvi' properly in all Mv,i'Hi of the count v. tare ami inanaciiH lit of ftatc a p(riallv. 1 Main Street, BraHloboro. VI. WILCOX'S -jNew York Bargain Store. Cash Paid For HIDES, PELTS & SKINS. BARBELS AKD HALF-BARRELS Kor Sale at RICHARDSON'S MARKET BULBS I PLANTS For Winter and Spring. Now Is thi' time to plant Unllis for nt-xt f-Irintr. Mirli n- llturiiitlii.. Tulips iJatlmlil.-, CroniN.tif. Al-ollull uml Dalit fur the Iioii-p fur wirUT. Choice Cut Flowers and Floral Work for all occasion at moderate pric. D. McGILLIVRAY, IliullVliuro. Xi. (irri'iilitM, FI.OU1ST. lIATTI.KHOKOt VT. Jl lit r. 1 Hardware! Hardware! Hi ti'- tin- il:n-f tn lnv jt'. ' the l.i-l on tin niM'kit lir ----- .7."i .lark Kru-t A.c. Ihlvi-. .in. .-.'' ami I ami 111-. to si I." Ila-ki-l-. .-j:, an.l sl. p I a.lilf l'-. ami tii. 1 1. 11 TuWi-. - l.o" loll.- Kil l-. - - - ;:.mi ASl T L-i l-. - - i.'!T mi. I nil. 1..p i ii - 1-. 1 lunlilii.c l'ait-r. i l-'J !! or !' t Mil. Nail-. ' - . . r.,-. ; 1-2 ami 4.-. 1'rac!-. Tai l-. Sc rew-. IS0I1-. I.o. k-. Iioor Hi Ii-. hoor (.rinLr- anil I ln-rk-. Itla . I'ut 1v. V'ooil. Ilalt'l anil Cro-s-'ilt Saw-. Meal f. riii.ii r. Kenl I'.iil--. ml ni:.ny otlier tliinu' that ton are in tiee.l 01. l'riee- are low ami now 1- the time to l.uv. jT8" Iirop me n po-tal anil T will cmue anil nn a-nre fur your Hnnn iinlowi anl lKors. It's well to have tiieni reailv a little before hand. Kurniture rcpairiHi'. mw tillnc. t'laz-n mg ami all kinus woottwork done to order. DON A. WILDER. 40 Elliot St. PKIYATE (IliOWTlI Java Coffee. It' you arc not using this brand of eotlee we would like vou to buy a iound with your next or der. We have sold this, rrrade for the lmst eiirnt years ami it lias piven universal satisfaction. NEW INVOICE OF GOLDEN SYRUP 1 gal. .r)0e. and jug free Saturday we will have liOSTON HKAD l.KTTUC'K, I'KI.KRY uml SP1XAC1I. XKW ,1AM AIL A (I RANGES, M ALAtiA (JKATHS. i'AI'K i'UANItKKKIKS, 10e. qt., FANCY FKJS. I.e. 50 New Capes, mostly trimmed with fur, which greatly improves tlie looks. $3.75 to $16.00 Lest line m town to select from all sizes an A. F. ROBERTS SI Main Sirnt. & CO. SKIRTS, Both in the walking and Press $2.98 to $10.00 all colors. 50 Skirls Made Up Last Spring, REDUCED TO $1.25 $1.50 $2.00 $2.50 $3.50 Some were $7.50 to $8.50 in this lot, but we want the room and have made prices so you cannot atk-rd to pass us by. All our line of Private Hospital Fur the ean-uml treatment of Medical sml uriiii-al i-ao. Trsineil Nurse? mid congenial Home surrounding. C.-i'es of Alcoholism and Drug flabit? may commit themselves. Special attention given to Diseases of Vonien and Children. Kor Information and Kate?, address, E. R. LYNCH. M. D.. 3 Elliot Street, URATTLEBOKO. . VERMONT 1 Petticoats at unheard of prices, as we arc -uiely going out of this branch of our biiMr'- 50 ODD JACKETS for Fall and Wte at your own prices. MIITD YOU MEJLXT BVSI2T;.: 23- 'Trunks and BagS at Wholesale and i; n. All Sizes and Prices. TVO HUNDRED ODD Flannel, Silk and Satin Waists at lower prices than this class of goods was ever sold at in town. E. A. STAHISEV & CO. HOOKER BLOCK.