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"if.'!- ntkM- r-Wi i 0 THE WINDHAM COUNTY KKF01LMKI., FRIDAY,' MARCH 21, j 1 mmmmm i I WAIT A MINUTE. As we were saying, if a trial of Smith's Green Moun tain Renovator docs not benefit any case of IMiemnatisiii, bad blood, worn out nerves, Consti pation, Dyspepsia, Indigestion or liver and Kidney trouble, we will give back every dollar you have paid us for this great medicine. Yon run no risk. Is that fair? The Renovator Is made wholly from pure herbs of wonderful medicinal value; is pleasant to take, gentle and soothing in its action and does Its work quickly and permanently. For sale at llHOOKS HOUSE PHARMACY. LOCAL. NEARBY NEW HAMPSHIRE, Money in the Bank. WHO HAS? Well, I Have Not. If I had I would pay ,all my bills. If I had all that is due me I could square up with the world and have money in the bank. Now I have some accounts on my books and if they are not set tled at once, I shall be forced to collect them. You pay me and I will pay the other fellow. If you do not, you will, have to pay the other fellow and he will pay me what is left. Blue Store. JOHN GALVIN, Prop. BRATTLEBORO, VERMONT. HINSDALE. Seven members of the local prurigo attended the Pomona meeting at West. Swnnzey last week. E. F. Kelley has leased the Frank Stearns place on Kilburn 'street and will move there about April 1. Dan MeCormiek will piny with the Norwich base bull club of the Connec ticut state league the coining season. A portion of the apron of the dam nt the rear of the iirightwood paper mill was carried away by the recent high water. Wantastiquet grange gave n mock trial at its meeting Wednesday even ing, tho suit being for the recovery of a rooster. I). L. Sanderson has just returned from a trip to Freeport, 111., where he went to buy horses for his Worcester, Mass., stables. The Kebekahs will give a hot maple sugar supper, sale ami entertainment at Odd Fellows' hall, Thursday even ing, March si. Electric lights have been added to the barber shops of D. Belleville, Jr., and Leon Orinkwine and the store of Frank Bushey. Timothy Nevins severely injured the forefinger of his right hand by witch ing it in a. gear at the Ilaile & Frost mill last week. Half-tone portraits of G. A. and O. C. Kobertson of this place appear in the souvenir edition of The Paper mill" recently published. W. O. Amidon has gone to Florida for the benefit he holies to derive to his health from a warmer climate. P. F. Mann is managing his stores dur ing his absence. Miss Florence Thayer of Vernon, for few weeks employed in the family of Lorenzo Stebbins, was taken to the Keono hospital last week, being se riously ill with peritonitis. " Mrs. Henry X. Wilder, a former res ident of Hinsdale, died at Walling- ford, Vt. , February 22, after a two week. O. 8. Howe and F. E. Field at tended the celebration by the Knights Templars at Keeuo Friday night. Mrs. John O'Brien of Event t, Mass., visited her daughter, Mrs. Thomas Mullin, last week. Miss Ella Kilhurn bus returned to her homo in Spolford. Edwaid Sanderson of Waterhurv, Ct., visited his parents here last week. George Metcalf of Marlboro has been a recent visitor in town. William Cunningham is visiting in Boston. Mrs. Addie E. Dix is improving from her recent illness. Her sister, Mrs. Sprague, of Somerville, Mass. , is with her. Miss Una Leach is spending sev eral weeks in Westmoreland. -Mrs. 11. S. Parker of Littleton and Mrs. W. H. Colby of Asheville, N. C, are guests at E. W. Bailey's on the Brattjeboro road. Could Not Breathe. Coughs, sold-, croup, grip, bronchitis, other thront and lung troulilcs are quickly cured by One M i ii u to (Jouuli Cure. One Aliniile Coiiu'li Cure in not u mere expectorant, which irivcs only temporary relief. It soflen unci liquifies the mucous, iIi'mwn out the liillaiiiiniitlon anil remove!) the cause of disease. Absolutely safe. Acts nt once. "One Jllnule Cough Cure w ill do nil that unclaimed for it." Buys Justice of the l'tace J. Q. flood, Crosby, .Miss. "My wife could not net her breath and was relieved by the lirst dose. It has been a benefit to iill'iiiy family." Genie's Drug Store. WEST CHESTEHFIELD. I. P. Qui in by will preach here Kev Sunday at 2..'i0 o'clock V. P. C. U. topic, March .'Hi, "The Wonders of God's Works. " Owing to the severe wind storm only about 'M attended the stereoptieon ex hibition of the world's fair views. Fred Snow is at home. Harold Ran dall and Grover Davenport are carry ing on Charles Hill's sugar orchard. Mrs. Fred Forbush who had a shock 11 days ago, died Tuesday morning. Mrs. Carpenter of Brattleboro cared for her. Humors of all kinds are prolific of worse troubles. They may be entirely expelled by a thorough course of Hood's Sarsaparilla. NEARBY MASSACHUSETTS. J. B. Farley, one of the best known men in Franklin county, died Wednes day night at his home in Farley, in the town of Krving, following an ope ration for appendicitis. He was a na tive of Colerain and as a papermaker, had held important positions in Bel lows Falls, afterward starting in the paper business at Wendell Depot and later organizing the Farley paper com pany with mill located between Erv mg and Millers Falls. Mr. Farley lived for a number of years at Orange. He was a Republican in politics and represented the 2d Franklin district in the House in IH'.U and 8!I4, and the Franklin-Hampshire senatorial district in 1HD7-X. He leaves a widow and one daughter, NORTHFIELD The town schools will open for the spring term Monday, March 24. Mrs. Ellen Mason has agreed to take care of A. C. Parsons two nights each week. The Young People's Guild" meeting has been postponed until better trav elling. Mrs. Myrtio Proctor and daughter, Julia, are recent visitors at Mrs. A. W. Proctor's. J. L. Dunnell will again take pos ssesion of his grain mill April 1. Mr. Black and sou will return to Green field, it is stated. Russell Cromwell of Philadelphia delivered his popular lecture, "The Silver .Crown, " to a very large audi ence at Stone hull recently. Mr. Graves of Wendell has pur chased a timber lot of Orlando Davis. A mill has been set on the lot and the sawing was commenced this week. Tho Ladies' Aid of -the Unitarian church met with Miss Mae Colton for work Thursday. The gentlemen were invited to tea and spend the evening. The Scorpion club met with Ray mond Mason Saturday evening and j served with a conundrum supper. THE CHILDREN'S HOUR. A COLUMN FOE OUB LITTLE READERS. The Little Children in Japan. The little children in Japan Arc feui-mlly polite; They always t bank their bread and milk llcl'iire tfiey take a bite, And sny, "Von make us iiuist content, O honniublu nourishment!" The Utile children In Japan Don't think of beinjj rude. "( noble, iliar,.Mitiiiinu." they nay, We trust we don't Intrude, ' Instead of rushing In to where All day their mother combs her hair. The little children in Japan Wear mittens on their feet; They have no proper hats to go A-walklli),' on the street; And wooden stilts for over-shoi s They don't object at all to use. The little children In Japan With toys of paper play, And carry paper paiasoln To keep the rain away; And when you go to see, you'll find It's paper waits they live behind. Caroline MucCurnmck in Harper's Drawer. A Serious Defect. l'aderewskl Josetfy fortissimo I.eo Was the L'leulest pianist you ever did see; He rendered f antasias, gavottes and cantatas, Cadenzas and overtures, fugues and sonatas. He could play like the sweep of a rushing cy clone, Or as softly and low as the south wind's faint moan. , , , He knew all the works of Heethoven and Listz, Of Wagner and Chopin not one had he missed. He gained honors and laurels wherever he went, And he knew he deserved them, so he was con tent. Hut his pride bad a fall, for one summer day A l,-:tr httle irlrl emue to hear this man ulav; And she said a he turned politely to greet her, kin Katcr He was deeply chagrined, and he felt very blue. Hut he meekly replied, "Xo, 1 can't, dear. Can ?ou'." en," she responded. She tlew to the keys W 1th her two fat tore lingers she played it with case. And she afterward said, "I would rather beiue Than 1'ailerewski Joselly l-'ortissiino Lee." Judge. l'lcase, sir, can you play Teter.'l'eter, pump Li,, t.-.t..f,T ' THE EASTER 1 NUMBER 9 OF TIIK NEW 0 YORK 2 HERALD ., Will be published SUNDAY, MARCH 23. Louis liitzer was arraigned in the superior court at Greenfield Tuesday weens inness. nne leaves a uusnanu n, chBrging anuoneson, u. n. v, uuer oi i.osiou. 1(lii MiV Collumbe and Louis Martin W. L. Todd is the first Hinsdale res- I )Ji(Z(.r, at Turners Falls, December 31. ident to order an automobile. His Hizt.r plead not guilty. Counsel will machine will be from the Knox manu- j be assigned bv the court. Snosa Smer- factory in Springfield, Mass., and will i ,,lda, the woman who shot Michael Why Grace Was Omitted. A tiny girl of seven gave a dinner party the othei day, for which 12 cov ers were laid, and that number of small maidens sat down to dine. It was a real little girls' dinner, ana tne herself presided, sitting at the head of the table. She had been very anxious, in looking forward cost 810(10. It will be delivered about June 1. At. the annual school meeting Satur day Willis D. Steatns was chosen mod erator and C. S. Fay clerk. K. J Tem ple was re-elected a member of the hoard of education for three years, and 8,'50'Jl will be raised for school pur poses. The recent rains damaged the roads in town seriously. Four or five rods of the river bank near tho highway and the Shaw dam on the Ashuelot road were washed away. Considerable ex- were I In, noontiiiin tvua 11 v.iri- nn ,w l.lu i.nn I .. t . , - ' I little Hostess lOl till. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Doolittlo were called upon to part with their little tn it. tn do evervrhinir as it should be on two indictments found by the grand .nt' Tuesday, the child having a peach j done. jurv charging him with the murder of J 0I!e '? 1 3 Ahro'lt,' rom wl,'t'h !r' ! "Mama, " she asked, "shall we say uiujicu u ut'itin. iuucu sympuuiy is , grace. felt for the family by the entire com-j "No," said mama, "it will be a munity. I very informal dinner, and I think you Among our sick ones this week we I need not do that." add the names of Warren Wright and j That meant one ceremony the less to his brother. A trained nurse is in at- be gone through and was a relief. But tendance there. Jonas Fisher is also ! the little lady was anxious to have all added with measles and pneumonia: also Charles I'arker of Northfield Farms and George Callender of North field. Fred Proctor is a recent victim of the measles. ! Experience convince. See for your-! NorthhVld does not claim II. I). I self how quickly Ely's Cream Balm will cure ' Field as a resident, as reported by a ureenneirt paper. Jt is true he tried to swindle Frank Wood out of the amount of his board bill. He also took a mileage book of Andrew Ly man and failed to return it. He b'e- ngs to Orange and we want Orange Dr. Greene, Discoverer of DR. GREENE'S HERlIIBA Gives Advice Absolutely Free. Call on DR. GREENE, or write to him per sonally at his office, 34 Temple Place, Boston, Mass. He is a successful specialist on all ner vous diseases resulting from overwork or excesses of any kind. Advice free. LA The Perfect Straight Front TVT7 ,0' CORSETS The Matchless $2.00 Corset. Graziona at liuckland on the night of ; December 1(1, was sentenced to the I woman's prison at Sherborn for one j year. She admitted the shooting, but ! claimed in extenuation of the ofTense i that "Mike" had treated her badlv. catarrh or cold In the head. We mail trial size fur 10c. Full sie 50c. All druggiVtu. ELY liliOS, 5fl Warren St, New York. Mcsms Ki.y Hitos. : Find enclosed 50 cents, for which please send me your Cream her guests understand it. So, as they .gathered about the table, she ex ! plained : ! "Mama says that this is such an in I fernal dinner that we need not have grace today !" Ualtimore Sun. pense will necessarily be involved in i repairing these damages. Mr Fmilv Harris widow of Elisha ' i..-.i, i,ru,.,, A V(,rv ,iPnsnnt evening was spent llarris, died Ma"h ll aged 01 years? I c",i,rrh' l rrm. Tuesday evening by the grangers.' It and the funeral was held Thursday at i ('e" I;r- Anzol,a Go,d Mining to. j was a reunion and all persons who had i o'clock Kev W F While olliciat- Mewrs h.LY linos. : Alter giving your ever neen memoers were invited. Ill i Halm. I find your rcniclv the quickest anJ i to have the credit i mot permanent cure for cold in the bead,) very pleasant ing. She had 'been twice married and- c'reu"1 H.a1'" V,', ?''" ''-l.v'''y I evening was spent with cards and The reading Herald'S public looks forward with Special pleasure to the :: :: NUlTlberS The Easter HERALD of 1902 will be a liter ary treat :: :: :: :: DON'T MISS IT Alarm Clods 85 cents. Men's Handkerchiefs, . 5c Ladies' " 5c Children's " 2 for 5c Butter, per lb., 22c E. H. DAVENPORT West Brattleboro. leaves two children, Svlvester Hines and Mrs. C. J. Hubbard, with whom she spent the last years of her life. In future the library will be open every week day evening and Wednes day and Saturday afternoons. The reading room will be, open every even ing, including Sundays. Owing to the increased appropriation made for the library at the town meeting, the care of the reading room will be in the hands of the librarian. "King Titus Tatius," a four-act comedy, was given at the town hall Monday evening, by St. Joseph's Cath olic society, as a St. Patrick's day cel ebration. The leading male charac ters were taken by J. K. and P. F. Mann, who were well supported by Miss Katherine Healey and Miss Mar garet U Connor. A large was present. Tho Congregational society gave an entertainment at their church last week Wednesday in charge of Miss Melissa Howard. Different countries were rep resented by people in costume who gave brief histories of the industries and products of the country represented. Supper was served early in the evening the young ladies of the society having charge of the tables. " The thaw and the heavv rains un dermined the Boston & Maine track near the brickyard below the Hinsdale station so that it was unsafe lat.t week ; and for a time, until the roadbed could be repaired, trains were backed up from South Vernon and down from Hinsdale and passengers walked over the unsafe point while the baggage was transferred on a hand car. Repairs have now been completed, however, and trains run as usual, verv much lienclitcd liv its use anil shall con tinue to use It by purchasing from our drug git here. Alus Y If Daniel. Lexington, Ky. games, after which ice-cream and cake j were served. on account of tlie bad i roads, many were unable to attend, but another one w ill be held in the ; near future. ! S.iuakheag tribe. Xo. 141, I. O. U. ' M., held a special meeting Monday I evening. Five new members were ad- i mitted to the order, and the names of j several others were proposed for mem- : bershipat the next meeting. The tribe I though but recently organized is srrow-i ! ing rapidly. The next regular meeting j ! will be held at Sons of Veterans hall j Tuesday evening, March 25, at eight! o'clock. ! The entertainment of moving pic- ! Hires given under the auspices of the S. of V. in the old Congregational church was well attended and much enjoyed. After the entertainment and when the manager was packing the machine, a lamp was dropped on the It is no sign of a Christ ian to wear ! floor. It broKe and the oil ignited but a face long enough to eat oats'out of a j by prompt action the blaze was extin churn. guishi-d before severe damage was A wise man can find plenty of sug- ;1on''- Several persons were more or gestions where fools have dropped u I'UL"" uul lul IIrp- j in- ruin 1 oiuim-ui. mis a success. ITEMS OF INTEREST. The man who neglects the primaries has no moral right to object to the ticket. Women love a clear, healthv com plexion. Pure blood makes it. Bur- j dock Wood Hitters makes pure blood. The influence pf a well ordered home makes better boys than curfew ordi-1 nances. ) TO CURE A COLI IJi ONE DA V ! TnliP Tjivntlvi ltrnitm Onlrilno Ti,l,lof All . audience 1 diuirf:ists refund the money if it fails to cure. I K. V. Grove's signature is (tn each box. 25c. r Dictionary Girls. A disagreeable girl Annie Mosity. A sweet girl Carrie Mel. very pleasant girl Jenny Kosity. A smooth girl -Amelia Kation. N A seedy girlCora Ander. A clear case of girl K. Lucy Date. A geometrical girl Polly Gon. Xot orthodox llettie Kodoxy. One of the best girls Ella Gant. A musical girl Sarah Xade. ' A flower girl Khoda Dendron. A profound girl Met tie Physics. A star girl -Meta Oric. A clinging girl Jessie Mine. A nervous girl Hester leal. A muscular girl Callie Sthenic. A lively girl Annie Mation. An uncertain girl- Eva Xescent. A sad girl Ella G. A great big girl - Ellie Phant. A warlike girl- Milly Tary. A chemical girl An Eliza. An untrustworthy girl - Charlotte An. A girl at the foot Peggy. Exchange. STYLE 581 Has me dium low bust and medium length skirt. STYLE 588 -Has me dium low bust and long skirt. These two styles rep resent "the latest Paris models. For Sale by All Dealers. All etepls are (ruarantepd against rust. anJ are tipped with cellu loid, to prevent breaking through. WmWM V rtlSTRAioHT Front I ( i Bound Tor7 RN.No5Si Illustrated Catalogue free on application, t mTnrpt 519 Broadway NewYorK-J " ' n-t them. X. C. Gilmore. How Birds Dress Wounds. Many birds, particularly those that are prey for sportsmen, possess the fac ulty of skillfully dressing wounds. Some will even set bones, taking their own feathers to form the proper ban dages. A French naturalist writes that on a number of occasions he has killed woodcocks that were, when shot, con valescing from wounds previously re ceived, l, gag; r-;r.air In every instance he found the old injury neatly dressed with down The Minister Needed. Willie swallowed a .penny and his mother was in a stare of much alarm. "Helen," she called to her sister in the next room, "send for a doctor. Willie has swallowed a penny." The terrihVd boy looked up implor ingly. "Xo. mama,-' he interposed, "send for the minister. " "The minister!" exclaimed the mother. "Yes, because papa says our minis ter can get monev out of anybody." Pittsburg Bulletin. Itchinessof theskin, horrible plague. Most everybody afllicted in one way or another. Only one safe, never failing cure Doan's Ointment. At any drug store, 50 cents. " Surgeon's Knife Not Needed. Surirerv is no longer necessary to cure piles, I)e Witt's Witt-h Hael JsaKe etires such cases at once, removing the necessity for danicerous, painful anil expensive operations. KorseaMs, cuts, liurtis, woumls. bruises, sores and skin diseases it Is unequaled. Beware of counter feits. Greene's Drug Store. about 180 tickets beiiiL' sold at the ! I'lucked from the stem feathers and door and the supper provided bv the ' skilfully arranged over the wound, evi ladios was pronounced excellent. ' 'deutlv by the long beak of the bird. In some instances a son a plaster was thus Dr. Emmons' Monthly Regulator has brought happiness tc hundreds of anxious women. There is posi tively no other remedy known to medical sciencf that will so quickly and safely do the work. Longest and most obstinate irregularities from any cause relieved immediately. Success guar anteed at any stage. No pain, danger, or inter ference with work. Have relieved hundreds of cases where others have failed. The iwmt dim- cult cases succesaf u lly treated by mail , and bene ficial results guaranteed in every instance. IS'o risk whatsoever. We treat hundreds of ladies whom we never see. Write for further particulars and free confidential advice. Do nnt put off too long. All letters truthfully answered. Remem ber, this remedy is ahsolntely safe nnderevery possible condition and positivelv leaves no after III effectupon the health. Sent iv mail, securely ealed, $ 'J.oo. Mnev letters should he registered, DU. J.W.KMMONS CO.. 170 TreinotttSt., Boston. -.cgopvs . CAT At- 'Don't ottitr hie th? MottR'l t,f tt " Hut iPi!n't our f.i ) t-arpful annitnl ttin for vitality ami fi;.-tl-il y Hint tin trmtt rait: in -! tiiid stork lots of 4iiiti'H-niv !! r-i'x ii lreH-iMfiilv into it r Well th.-n, I wilLtitke tl. ' Ifherty of tl headnm iil Pn li mit tlippropriftyor it to tl' xin. (( rty litimlrilif tiMHimmW if in t-usttwijerfi. Nti'rif-atalosuetnv. J. J. II. -ltl ;oifV A MIX. Mrblht-4, Hum. Pil Excelsior, thm 0aaf Hmrvm Mi The selectmen made the appointments Saturday: F. P. Hinds, constable and policeman; F. O. Pack ard, policeman ; J. H. Wetherbee, Dr. A. A. Pratte and Robert McCaughern, board of health; Edward Stebbins, overseer of the poor; F. O. Packard, dog constable; F. P. Hinds, truant of ficer. C E. Keyou was appointed town treasurer at a salary of 8ol for the year. C. P. Lynch, W. D. Holman, b h. Latham and D. Belleville, Jr., were made assistant engineers upon the rec ommendation of the chief engineer, F. A. liuckley. Charles A. Baker of Winchester, aged (X), (lied March 11 as a result of injuries received by being thrown from his carriage near Hoyt Day's on the Northfield road Feb. 28. Mr. Baker probably sustained a slight fracture of the skull. He never rallied from the shock but grew gradually worse until he died. The funeral was held Thurs day afternoon, Kev. E. J. Dean of Hinsdale officiating and burial was in the west parish cemetery. Mr. Baker was unmarried and had always lived on the old homestead with his" father, mother and three sisters. His father, Stebbins Baker, died in 15, aged nearly 00 and his mother died last De- J cember at about the same age. They had been tenderly cared for by their son and daughters, the latter still sur viving. W. E. Miner has moved into Mrs. Dickinson's house near St. Joseph's church. Miss Lillian Hancock has re turned from a visit in Richmond. Mr. and Mrs. George Bntton are in Hol yoke. Miss Sarah Bailey is in Hol yoke with her niece, Mrs. Stacy, who is ill. Miss Kate Gline has gone to woik in a Millers Falls shop. She has been employed in the paper mill here for 25 years. Miss Bertha Hall of Bos ton has been visking at her home here. Mrs. Frank Bushey visited a sister in Worcester, Mass., last week. Pat rick Wbalanl of Harrisville was the guest of his son, John Whaland, last The more I reflect upon it the more clear it seems to me that it' is alike ! undesirable and undignified to us, I whose fathers fought seven years to be rid of kings and crowns, to send per sons to pay b'oinage to a nentleman i who calls himself a king, and who is following : tiuttinir on his head what, he calls a crown. Wayne McVeagh. GILL. E. A. Lyons is confined to the house again by illness. Mrs. Lyons who has been quite ill is improving. Henry Clark has bought of W. A. Boyle the buildings and about 12 acres of land owned bv the late Mrs. Laura Boyle. George Canning died Friday of pneu monia. He had been in poor health for the past year, but had been able to attend to business until a week be fore lus death, when he formed, and in others bandages had ; been applied to wounds or broken ', limbs. j One day he killed a bird that evi ; dently had been severely wounded at j some recent period. Tlie wound was 'covered and protected by a sort of net iwork of feathers, which had been ; plucked by the bird from its own body and so arranged as to form a plaster, completely covering and protecting the wounded surface. The feathers were fairly netted together, passing alter nately under and above each other and $1.00 Chicago to St. Paul or Minneapolis for douide berth in Tourist sleeping cars of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway, each Tuesday and Fri day during March and April, 1902, on train No. 1 leaving Chicago at C.,'tO p. m. For further information apply to the nearest coupon ticket, agent, or address F. A. Miller, General Passenger Agent' Chicago. ll-3t with pneumonia. Mr. born in this town, was 4! vears old. and was tlie son of Josiah D. and Jo sephine Purple Canning. He leaves a widow and one sou, also two sisters, Mrs. CarrJe Canning Wrisley of this town and Mrs. Sarah Canning Chapin of Cambridge. His funeral was held from his late home Monday, Rev. W. H. Lowden officiating, was stricken j forming a textile fabric of great pro Canning was tective nower. Youth sf'hrnninlB BEBNABDSTON. Powers Institute ' commenced its spring term Tuesday. Charles K. Hills has purchased the It is hard to rdease neoiile anvhow If a man is economical you call him 'small farm, fmm n-!,;l, tl,- ho I really so. Wouldn't von like tn parsimonious: if he is a spendthrift ! burned last glimmer, beloncine to Mrs i''me backward and see Abraham .1 .. I 1 tl i i.i n f . i . . I . F I, . . . . . L. t 1 I I, ' iai, uiu, n iu,,i ii lit? in 1 lull VUtl call him a plutocrat. Wealth is the Campbell. Marshall Slate. who has been an in mate of the Northampton asvlum for some time, died Monday. His remains were brought here for interment. victim of its own environment. When you see one of those hgures in a gro cery window grinding coffee the figure seems to be running the machine, but in reality the machine is running the figure, and the figure cannot very well i tion of A. escape ine tyranny of its own sur- i.Miu.iiii.- v.vnyirr-Miniu xiaiuuion oi ' a concert in the town Michigan. i evening, March 27. tective power. Youth's Chronicle. The Possibilities of a Boy. I have a profound respect for bovs. Grimy, ragged, tousled boys in the street often attract me stiangely. A boy is a man in the cocoon- vou do not know what it is going to become his liftv is big with possibilities. He may make or unmake kings, change boundary lines between states, write books that will mould charters, or in vent machines that will revolutionize the commerce of the world. Even- man was a boy it seems stramre. lint if ie turn T.in. com at twelve, when he had never ! worn a pair of boots? the lank. vulW Bussian Biddies. j Here nre some riddles w hich the boys j and girls in Russia puzzle their heads over, eee now many ot tliem you can i guess without looking at the answers: j (1) I am blind, but show others the ! way : deaf and dumb, but know how to I count. 1 (2) People pray for me and long for I my company, but directly I appear they I hide themselves. " " ; 1 11 I have four legs and feathers, ( but am neither beast nor bird. j (4) There are four brothers under one hat. (.") Four brothers run side by side, 1 but never catch one another. ((!) What walks upside down over head? : (7) Whc are the two brothers that j live on the opposite side of the road, I yet never see eacn otuer. (8) A pack of wolves ran by; one was shot, how many remained? Answers: (1) A milestone, (2) rain, (-'1 a feather bed, (4) legs of a table, (5) wheels of a cart, 16) a rly,(7) your eyes, (8) one the dead one.' Rubber Boots. "Ball Band" ) Stub proof vaunt, $2.7 Gum leg, J Hood, 2.7? Old Colony heavy, 2.?0 liffht, 2.50 Storm King, 3.25 I L. PUTNAM. Near the Bridge. RAILROADS. A(2)(o nmu-rv uoy, nungrv for love, hungry for learning, tramping off through the woods for twenty miles to borrow a book, and snellinir it out. nrnm-hor) 1,. The Choral union under the instruc- j foT, tne ?Iare of tne burning logs. .1. Zealand of Greenfinld ! iu' " ,u,re WHS luat uorsican hov. Mealand of Greenfield ! hall Thursday I Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you cat.v This preparation contains all of the ! digestants and digests all kinds of i food. It gives instant relief ami never I fails to cure. It allows von tn cm. nil ! the food you want. The most sensitive (JESTRAI. VERMONT RY, CO. Southern Division. OOIXO SOUTH. Trains leave Brattleboro as follows 6.23 a. ui.. Daily for Springfield and New York. 7.40 a. iu., for Millers Falls, rainier and v ! London. Connecting at Millers Falls with I Boston & Maine R. R., at Palmer with Boston j Albany K. R., at Sew London with N. Y., S. I H. Ot. H. R. R. ! 910 a. ni., for Springfield and New Y'ork. "ton' m'-' l0f ler8 Fal,9 connecting forjBos 2.12 p. ni., for Springfield and New Y"ork. I 4.35 p.m., for Sprint-field and New York. Daily, i 4-?5. P: for Millers Falls and stations on Mtrnnurjr Division Boston .V Maine K. K rainier and New London and New York via Norwich Line. Narrow (iance trains for South Londonderry leave Brattleboro at 7:M a. m., and 8:45 n. ni. t, -"""fic minimi notice. Trains ran week days onlv except as n L. H. KITHI t;H. V. r. and . M.. St. ; S. W. ri'MMIVRS i; Corrected to Nov. 24, laut. noted. Alban. A., St. Albans. JJOSTOS & MAINE R. R. dui ing the winter is preparing to eiveionf .f tWodly brood, who weiphed ; ftomachs can take it. By its uso many j -onn- aua ruinpslc Division. "..- ..... i-,.uiiu3 wueii It'll vpnrc itljl Very Low Rates to the Northwest. 11 . ... . ,L 1 1 . I nan iniu nuu paie ana jierverse t r c., i an1 'lad tantrums ami had to be sent 1, If Slnta a ... i i'.i.,....l... - 1 .1 1 . L -ii- . - -,.,'-. s-ui'i't-in-03 10 Ueil Or lOCICPrt in n .Inrlr March 1 to April .1(1. I!f2, the Chi- I ''u,la,nK 8 D fKar house to replace closet because he wouldn't "min '' cago, Milwaukee St. Paul railway ! !.?.e b,!rn,'d l."ng. The new I Who would have thofw-ht th, hT''.i., ; will sell tickets to Montana, Idaho and - 1 1.-". D :' l'onil'letpd BS ! hve mastered every phase of warfare at Aortn racine coast points at the fol- j 1'""u' r,uu- ! twenty-six, and when the excheuuer of r ranee was in dire rm,riul.,n L. A. Slate and son. lowing greatly reduced rates: From! The Ladies' srn-ial .ir,.l.. , Chicago to Butte. Helena and Ana- held its annual sugar supper Thursday thousands of dyspeptics have been cured after everything else failed. It i is unequalled for all stomach troubles. 1 It can't help , but do you good Prepared only by E. O. Iii-Vitt & Co., t bioa j The 1. bottle con taiusL'H tinit-!tbe5Uc. size. TRAINS BOVND SOt TH. conda, frUl: Spokane, KW)0; Portland, lacoma, Meattie, ictona and Van couver, Choice of routes via Omaha or St. Paul to points in Mon tana, Oregon and Washington. For further information apply to any coupon ticket agent in the United Mates or Canada, or address W. W. evening. Aotwithstandiiio- ihn impassible condition of the roads there was a large number present. The sup per was excellent. Dancing was in order from 9 till 1 o'clock. Mrs, u, who has been Hall. 3C9 Washington street, Boston, Mass. Stop the Con eh ad works ofT the Cold. Laxatlre Bmmo-Quinine Tablets core a rold In one day. No cure, bo Pay. price 2S cents. GBV "Tli t! uHui-es.- i win arrange them." j Distinctly and vividlv I rp,,.,,,i- . ; is.iiat freckled boy who was born in i the I atch" and used to pick up coal , , iiunalO. A -ir-i Lyman Powers nfWillin. :ii : " . L K . . . a mo.' Ion ! make i - u . , ; -...r, : wauif uiev our of autipi, i P,, i or Canada, or address W. W. ' as ''7n,ca"nR for her , ter. That boy from the "Patch'' New England Passenger Agent, ?l..V S'andiff- b. i 'who wrot theonW rnuruea ro ner Pome. Xevr cases of euS,fn!V? trelfony reported. -Miss "" o"e of Lynn, assistant teach er in Powers Institute, will not return having secured a posi' ion in Dorches ing my petition. Be patient with the boys. You are dealing with sou), stuff. Destiny waits just around the corner. . Be patient with the bovs! The Philistine. Creene's Drug Store. BAILEY'S REAL ESTATE AGENCY Sells Everything. Address Rfther lllock, Mrattleboro, VU a- in. a. m. p. m. p. it.. 4-40 8.S0 l.W S-3 S-18 9.06 1.10 4..fi n.45 9.40 2.: 4..'.'S S-ffl 11107 a.W Ml) 7.i1 11.20 4.07 61S a. in. a. ni. p. m. r I: TRAINS BOl'JiD NORTH. Leave Bellows Falls 6.30 a. m., 12.( Leave Bellows Kalis. Arr. BrattlelKiro. Leave South Vernon " iireentield, Arr. springheld. :.os, 3.10. ll.or.n. m j Windsor t a. m., 1.05, 3.55, 7M. lVi j I-eave fprlnirtield. ,,1,-,'iineMi, 44 Brattlchorn, Arr. Bellowi t ails. TH.USS. We call attention to nnr i TWaa. the fines, pad in thV n5?F T'd'u'r' 4-2t TRAINS NORTH HOI ND. a. ni. p. m. p. ni. r 12.50 3.:i - 1012 1.4S 4 52 - 11 05 2-32 S.r 1152 3.0 6 0 : a. m. p. ni. p. ni p i- TRAINS SOCTH HOI KT,. 0nte!dl Vm 0r 714 m ' 12 3 a'" " "' .7n,Ue'd),7 n... 1 17, - 1. Hailv. bor1;. a'nT tI'n nor,h' T'nV " Jornir oiith leave Brattleboro 4 32 p. m. rire Springtield 1 p. m. v v , Corrected to Oct 14, WW. J.