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If 'A) r i G THE WINDHAM COUNTY REFORMER, FRIDAY, MAY 23, 1902. LOCAL. NEARBY NEW HAMPSHIRE. The man on the stage who does the trick of escaping from firmly tied ropes, submits to the bonds with a smile. He knows he can get out of the ropes that re being knotted. Put the same man in the woods and let Indian captors bind him to a tree for torture and he would struggle to the last against the bonds. When the stomach is diseased there are bonds being woven every hour about the organs dependent on the stomach heart, lungs, liver, kidneys, etc. The folly of mankind is to passively submit to the fastening of these bonds with no affort to escape until the pain they cause arouses fear. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery cures diseases of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition. It cures diseases of heart, liver, lungs. kid Beys and other organs, when these dis eases, as is often the case, have their origin in the diseased stomach. "For a long time I was suffering and was hardly able to get about," writes Mr. Andrew J. Jennings, of Thomas, Tucker Co., W. Va, Bon I94. "Was bothered with kidney trouble and my whole system was out of order ; had no appetite. A friend of mine told me to try Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. I did so And the first bottle restored my appetite. I took six bottles of ' Golden Medical Uiscovery' and some of the 'Pleasant Pellets' and feel like a acw person." Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cleanse the clogged system from impurities. HINSDALE. Mr. and Mrs. Michael White are re joicinfr over the birth of a son Wednes day, May 21. Gov. Jordan lins appointed 0. E. Keyou a justice of the peace and quo rum for tue state. The 100i class of thellifth school are out with green caps, green and white being the class colors. On a recent fishing trip to West Swanzey Fred Cantlin brought in a fine string of 32 trout. Several members of the Eastern Star of this place attended a meeting of the order Tuesday evening in Urattleboro. Mrs. Joe Howe, who has been criti cally ill with congestion of the heart, is reported to be on the road to recov ery. Mrs. L. II. Knnpp, who moved to Brattleboro a short time ago, has been in very poor health, but is now much better. W. O. Amidon, while in New York recently, sent t? his. home here a very large phonograph having a ."C inch brass horn. The Ilinsdales were victorious in the C-inning ball game Saturday afternoon, defeating the Winchesters, the score being Hi to 0. Uert Brooks, who is working in the Phoenix ottice in Urattleboro, is to move his family to that place as soon as he can secure a home for them. tion was broken into Saturday after noon and robbed of $35 in silver. M. 1). White, tho ticket agent, went to his dinner at 12 :.')U and Ed White, who assists him, was back at the station at 1 o'clock, so that it is thought the theft was committed within the half hour. The loss was not discov ered until the office was opened for the sale of tickets for the 3:24 train. George! Lawrence, a man who is thought to be insane, was arrested and searched and some $2.'l in silver was found in his possession, but he pro tested his innocencb and was let free until Monday, when he was re-arrested. At the police court he was put under bonds of 82(X, but not being able to raise this amount he was turned over to the county commission er at Keene, and will doubtless be consigned to an insane hospital. NORTH HINSDALE. Fred Gale entertained the Brattle bero Wheel club of which he is a mem ber, Saturday evening. There was a social gathering at Mr. Kouillard'sTuesday evening to practice for Memorial day music. The schools are also rehearsing and making an ef fort to have the day a success. As Fred Chandler was driving down Sand hill recently the harness broke, letting the wagon onto the horse and frightening him so he ran for a short distance. So serious damage was done. The two men that were with him jumped out when the iiorso began to NEARBY MASSACHUSETTS. Sam Walter Foss, the poet, will de liver the Memorial day address at Wendell. The Orange smallpox scare is over with the recovery of Mr. Jones; no new cases or prospect of any. ' The estate of ex-Sheriff George A. Kimball of Greenfield inventories per sonal S29,U(X) and real estate 80,500. Thb widow has the use of $20,000 dur ing life. There are 1,200 in other be quests. The remainder of the estate goes to his daughter, Mrs. F. A. Pond. The $20,000 goes to her on the death of Mrs. Kimball. The state highway commission has made the following allotments foi state road in Franklin county : liuckland, ?1,000; WhHtelv, $T,000; Greenfield, &",K0; Deerfield, fcj.iiOO. Greenfield will use the money for finishing the Montague City strip. Orange will spend the money on the road from West Orange to Orange. It is expect ed that liuckland will extend the pres ent strip beyond the Forbes bridge. Northfield will use the money on its Main street and Whately on the road to south Deerfield. Ueertield will ex tend the present strip north to Old Deerfield. These towns that have not had state road get allotments under the o per cent, provision: Conway, 1,008; Heath, 320 ; Leverett. 108: Shutes bury, 202; Wendell. 090. The coun ty thus gets 25,254 from the commission. F.ST.UlI.ISHKn 18CS. JOHN H. WALSH & CO. HAYMAKKKT SlirAHK, l.OSTON. Reliable Wholesale Dealers in Wines and Liquors FOR FAMILY USE. Sealed goods. "Sphinx Rye" Whisker,. "Hoi Per buttle. $1-2.1 1.110 1.(10 onor nntrht" V Itiskev j ume" imjjanu i.in "Celestial Cocktails," six kinds, 1.00 "Haronet" Olil Tom din, ;K) "ltoek live and (ientian", 75 (for eoiiglis, cohls and loss of appetite. "Hrae lturn" Scotch Whi.-key, 1.00 Hulk goods. l'er gallon. Walsh's Cabinet Rye, $4.00 Walsh's Owl Rye,.! 3.BO Kernwood Rye or Rourbon, :i.O0 Glcmvood Rye or Rourbon 2.50 Wellington Club Rye or H'rb'n, xxx.,2.00 " " " " xx... 1.75 " X....1.50 Lawrence's Old Medford Rum, 3.00 Cliapin Trull Co's Rum, $2.00 2.50 New Fngland Rum, 1.50 Pure Holland (iill $3.00 4.00 Pure Rve Uin, 2. American (iin, $2.00 $1.75 1.50 Pure California Wine 1.00 Pure Grain Alcohol, 2.70 . SEXD FOR CATALOGUE. Money must accompany order. Remit by postal or express money order. No charge for Jugs or packing. All goods packed in plain cases. run. Mrs. Richardson and sister, Mrs. lienjamin, returned Wednesday from NOHTHFIELD. est neid, Aiass. , wnere tney have been - TllP will 0f George B. Kennev of on a week-s visit. Mis. Knapp of i Northfield has been filed. The bulk Keene is visitim at Mr. Pettte's. I tu ,......;.. i.;. .. :.! fi; Services were held in the Haptist Chester Thomas who was seriouslv ill ' .a.oti, t i.-., ' tne nrsr, or tne ween is netter. ir. Bargains The greatest bargains ever of fered in Brattleboro. The celebrated P. P. STEWART RANGES, No. 8, with six griddles, dock ash grates, ash pan; nickel towel tod, knobs and name plate, with heavy base for $20.00 This is a Dandy Ranee and "a church Sundav, both morning and evening. Chester H. Howe of the Rochester Theological seminary occu pied the pulpit. Mrs. J. IJ. Davison and daughter, Miss Dolly, went to Springfield, Mass., foi a couple of days last week to see Roy Davison, who is in a hospital there. They report that Koy is getting ; along nicely. The Grammar school commencement exercises are to bo held in the town 1 hall Friday evening, June 0. A por : tion of the hall will be reserved for the : relatives and friends of the graduates, jand the remainder will be open to the ; public. I Rev. Mr. VnnTnssel of the Universal i ist church was one of the speakers at j the Young People's Christian Union i convention held in Brattleboro Satur day afternoon. Quite a few young peo ; pie from this place attended the e.xer- I : cises. I I Mr. and Mrs. Leon Drinkwine spent i l Sundav with friends in Keene. Mrs. i Fred Wilder of Millers Falls, Mass.,; was in town Monday. James liritton j has gone to Ludlow, Vt., to at tend the I .grand encampment of (Jdd 'Fellows , held there May 20, 21 and 22. The Cheshire County W. C. T. U. met at the Congregational church in this place yesterday. Delegates were present from Marlboro, Harrisville, Rindge, Richmond, Westmoreland and Keene. The services began at 10:.'i0 in the morning and lasted until 12 o'clock, and were resumed at l:!tl, closing at 5 o'clock. Most of the vis itors returned home on the 5:40 train. Miss Harriet 13. Knapp has been as signed as deacon Desa to llighgate Springs, Vt. , as her place of work for the ensuing year, and will commence her duties the first of June. Miss Knapp was very successful in her work the past year, and the New Kngland Deaconess Journal speaks of her in very high terms, saying among other things that, "were she. an ordained minister we should say she was having a successful pastorate: most certainly she is helping to solve the rural dis trict problem. ' Miss Ida Oliver of Lynn, Mass., is the guest of Miss Grace Day this week. John and Thomas McC'aughern of the Leland-Stanford Junior university came home Thursday to visit their pa rents in this place. Mrs. Adams of Urattleboro, Vt. , visited at J. W. Jef fords' last week. W. II. Lyman, who travels for the lirm of Dunham Bros, of Brattleboro, spent last week at his home here. Miss Edvthe N'ims and friend, Miss Cook of Bellows Falls, ,.f ti:ri..i ...,i.i .-noui x.) local neu ueu tuieuueu i'i'iinoi ui ii inhume tit Ltriiiicu 4Jiw. 1 , , , ' TSI 3i- .V? 'f et0mne field Tuesday night South Deerfield I cowboy stopped me on the street, wiped ' i and Millers Fulls tribes assisted in The Mistake of the Polnr Bear. Nordenskjold found that the whlbt bears generally went through a long performance of stalking his sailors, clearly on the mistaken conclusion that they were seals. As the men were clothed partly In sealskin, It was a very natural mistake. But the interest of ; the story lies In the generalization made by the bear. The bear said: "There are two or three seals, one standing tip on Its flippers In a very unusual way. I will therefore stalk them unseen as long as I can and when they gee me pretend to be doing something else." So the men, with their guns and lances, who wanted to shoot the bear bad the pleasure of seeing him careful ly crawling behind rocks and Ice hum mocks, making long detours this way and that and every now and then clambering up a rock and peeping cau tiously over to see If the seals had j gone. On the open snow the bear j would saunter off in another direction 1 and then, falling flat, push himself j along on his belly, with his greut front j paws covering his black muzzfe, the I only thing not matching the snow about blm. Just as the bear-thought j he had got Ills "seal" the latter fired i and shot him, a victim of false analogy. ! Spectator. Tbe Change In the Tenderfoot. "This Is a remarkably healthy ell- mate, they say," said the easterner. "You're right thar," said Arizona Al. ' "F'r instance, not long ago a tenderfoot ! with a weak chest an' a pale face drop- ped inter the Miners' Delight, called me a liar an' o' course I had to clean up. j 'Bout two months after a big sunburnt i WEST CHESTERFIELD. The sick are slowly 'improv ing. A number of our young people went to Brattleboro Wednesday evening to a tirange meeting. Decoration day will be observed here Sunday at 2 o'clock, June 1. The ex- j cruises will consist of an address by ! Rev. I. P. Quiinby, recitations and singing by the children. ; At the V. P. C. V. social Wednes- day evening the squirrel hunt was de-; cided 27.") in favor of Agnes Randall's side. They are planning a patriotic social about the first week in June. j working three candidates. degrees on a score of BEKNARDST0N. There will be union services Sunday at the Unitarian church when the pas tor. Rev. G. W. Patten, will give the Memorial sermon to the veterans of the civil war. Thoconcert given under the auspices of the senior class of Powers Institute by Myron A. liickford and Mrs. Bick ford of Springfield, was of such merit as to deserve a much larger audience. Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Paige of Athol, who have been visiting friends in town returned home Saturday. -Mr. and Mrs. X. S. Culler of Greenfield, and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas St ration of Mil lers Falls, were in town on Sunday. the earth up with me an' slammed me up In a tree to recuperate. Same fel ler. Best climate In the world, pard." Indianapolis Sun. WESTMORELAND. I Rev. 1. P. (Juimby gave us an ex ' cellent sermon Sunday. I People are very busy now putting in ; the seed and our little rain was very ! welcome. . ; J Great Meadow grange conferred the . first and second degrees on a class of : I live Tuesday evening. ! j vune a gooa many are uaving naru , the auspices of the L unarian so ! colds and sore throats at this time. Dr. ; eiety Thursday evening was instruc J. A. Craig is kept very busy. jtive'und intensely amusing and drew ! Clark Kendrick is very low. Mr. and : a large, audience. Characters were: iMrs. Keough have returned from Bos- Judge, R. L. Crowell : complainant, ton where they were called by the death ; C. S. Barber: defendant, h. B. Hale: of a relative. "-Cless D. lirit'ton visited J defendant's attorney, Col. A. V. New his mother Sunday. C. M. Green is j ton, Worcester. Mass.: prosecuting at able to carry the mail strain. Mr. torney, C. B. Perry, F.stj., Worcester, Too Small to Share. Barnes Yes, I guess It Is true that It ! Is tbe little things that count Howes So you have come to that j conclusion, have you? j Barnes Yes. You see, I was walk- ; lng with Tedworth, and he said If he j should find a million dollars he'd give ! me half. Presently he picked up a t dime, and when I asked him to share j it with me he abused me like a pick- ( pocket Boston Transcript I 9 linn inn ml? 300,000 Machines In Use. Ten Times All Other Makes Combined. The Standard of All That's Best in. Dairying in Every Country in the World. That's the history of the DE LAVAL CREAM SEPARATORS which possess the patent protected "Alpha-Disc" and "Split-Wing" Improvements And Are As Muth Superior to other Cream Separators as such other separators are to gravity setting methods. Send for new " 20th Century " catalogue. The De Laval Separator Co. NEW ENGLAND AGENTS: MOBCLCV & STODDARD MFG. CO. RUTLAND, VT. GENERAL OFFICES: 74 CORTLANOT STRICT, NEW YORK. 1! 7T Clpanlns Mht Far. ! One who says she has tried It recom- ! Mrs. II. 1.. Crowell is visiting in Mon- I mends naphtha, for cleaning light fur. ! tague. Mrs. II. A. Newton is in town. I She says: Tour naphtha over the fur, j Mr. and Mrs. S. S. StrattOn are at j then fluff and pat the article until the i W. A. Stratton's. Rev. W. II. Adams, j so uas .cn worked out and when ! wife and daughter are spending the i tI,ts la ..,, -.. fi,B nnnhttin " ! drawing the hand firmly over the fur. r The Perfect Straight Front CORSETS The Matchless $2.00 Corset. week at Laurel Park. The Mock court trial given under Then shake and hang In the air to dry. He careful of fire. Wily Coatlgan. Casey Cost Igan got his life Insured for tin cints. Conroy How wos that? Casey He borrowed tin cints av th' foreman, and the foreman won't put Uoodnow is having a piazza and bay-Mass. ; clerk of court. C. K. Hills; on a dangerous Job as long as he window put onto his house. owes him tin cints! Puck. New York Excursion!. of the travelling public court ollicer, A. S. Atherton: crier, A C. Browne: witnesses, Dr. ('. E. Hoi ton, A. U. Warner, E. A. Guillow, (J. , .. ,. S. Hale. A. 1). Hale: jurors. Job Pick ! , ?'"" et, J). 1). Streeter, Kichatd Price. E. i , Brackett-Tbey say you are Onancal N". Dickinson, F. Allen, I. IS. Hale, j embarrassed. Do you owe a very V. H. Hoot, E. E. Hale. R. H. Cush- j large amount? man. K. liasoom, M. F. Whithead, W. j Crackett I don't owe anything, but bargain. The same range with i Vt,. syent Sunday at Miss Xims' home ii. r.- or. nii i on High street. Peter Stone, formerly Reservoir for S25.00. Call and , pmploved in the H.lilp & Frost Mf See It Detore purchasing else- ! Co.. has trone to work in Millers Falls. wnere. The Brattleboro Blue Store, 53 Main Street. JOHN CALVIN, PROPRIETOR. S3fs. The Old f Marlowe; WineCo.I Our AAA Very Old Whisker N per Gal. J Our AA Old Whiskey $3 per Gal. Our Medicinally Pure 31 alt Whiskey (14 per Gal. Our 10 Tear Old Wines (all kinds) 2 $2 per Gal. Our Cocktails (all kinds) . . . ;5c f till ;t. X OUR MOTTO t Puritv and Honest Dealing-. .All orders nf r.nr nr mr. i delivered FliKE to all parts of N. E. Send for Illustrated Catalogue. Remit with order. Everybody should be out to the cau cus which will soon be held. Oimrles K. Hull nd wife returned j Mass. M. S. Leach and daughter, from their wedding trip Sundav even- Miss Lna, spent Sunday in East West-! ing. -E. D. liickford was home over moreland, Mr. l-each s old home. Sundav and Mohdav. Kev. Anna lielle Ahlrich is spending j GJ ' h f;,sor of flsli is a few da) s at Mrs. I'. . Idden S. ,,ringi in the speckled beauties near Mtss Aldr ch is verv much improved in 1y $ , j b health.-Mrs R M. La ngworthy has ! smsivevavvith the' fish. gone to spend a few weeks with friends ( lur sri;nii ui 11 jiu-ri lug in; rew of the travelling public are aware of what a delightful trip is af forded by the steamer "Old Domin ion of the Joy line, plving between xT V....I. .1 i...... j: ... The route is around Cape Cod and Wriht' , , , . , i tne,re, aJe Ee,vi'r,al P'1 who ,wf m,e through Long Island Sound, combin 1 The Library and the People is the i md I haven t the courage to ask for It ing just enough of a sea trip to suit subject to be discussed at an institute i -Boston Transcript nil. with the i,ietnr.,sue vnvnire nn to be held in the town hall tomorrow! the calm waters of the sound, "passing; under the auspices of the Western Mas in full view of both shores. ' sachusetts Library club. Librarians, "A trip not to be equalled on the , library trustees, teachers and all. in Atlantic coast" is the verdict of alL th's and suriounding towns, who are who have tried it. Tickets, state- i interested, are invited to be present rooms and all information on appliea-nd take part in discussing these top tion to fieo. F. Tilton, Citv Pass. 1 1(-'s among others: Hooks and the chil Agent, 214 Washington street, "boston, i dren- or- Tne librarian and the teach- Telephone 2022 Main. 21 It. 1 er h" every citizen should value the " ! " ' ! librarv. The discussion will be led bv WINDSOR COUNTY EVENTS. 'cilegMiLi'dkThVr of'Hol1 I yoke, Kev. E. 1'. Pressey of Montague, CHESTER. I Miss Julia Kavana of Wendell, and Miss C. M. Hewing, librarian of Hart In 1(358 Captain Tbomas Clarke, In company with John W'lnthrop and oth ers, put In operation an "iron worke" at New naven, Conn. This enterprise em braced a blast furnace and a refinery forge. ford public library. There will be two sessions, one at 11 a. m., the other at 1 :'M p. m. Dinner w ill be served at the ' town hall. Trains will accommodate; passengers. j The OLD MARLOWE WINE CO.: 256 FRIEND STREET. BOSTON, MASS. ' HEAVY TRUCKING OF ALL KINDS Done at Reasonable Prices ! I have purchased a Deck Wagon for moving household oihIs. Can carry more goods and in better shape than any other wagon in town, sav ing you time and nmhy. I also have the latest machinery for moving pianos. LUCIUS W. ADAMS. TELEPHONE: 14923. Successor to J. A. Taylor. in Morrisville. Worcester, Montpelier and other towns in Vermont. Walter Urooks goes to Urattleboro Saturday to commence working for Dunham tiros. Mrs. George Crowningshield of West Swanzey was in town over Sunday. Miss Emma Wellman is visiting her sister, Mrs. Skinner, week. William Robertson of Putnev, Vt., was in town Sunday calling on the Robertson brothers. Mrs. SophieSkin ner of Keene, X. II., spent Friday with relatives in town. w. O. Ami don, who has been spending the winter months in Florida, returned home Sun day very much improved in health. Mrs. Newton Stearns is spending the week with friends in Ashburnham, Mass., and Keene, X. II. journed sine die immediately after the reading of the warrant. Well done. Xow, let's see the crusher work. The tennis club organized last week and elected: h. E. Sherwin, presi dent : Ij. A. Carpenter, vice president : in Keene thislO. R. Clayton, secretary; C. O. Ful- lam, treasurer. Famous Nickel Plate Meals. The Xickel Plate Kd. now serves a la carte meals in its dining cars in ad dition to tbe already famous Individ ual Club meals. Trains carry finest coaches and Pullmans; lower rates than via other lines. Inquire of near est ticket agent, or write L. P. IJur gess. X. E. P. Agt., 2."i8 Washington St., Boston, Mass. 21 -4t Robbery at the Bailroad Station. The ticket office at the railroad sta- A Public Guarantee. SATISFACTION Is what follows the use of BREINIG'S LITHOGEN SILICATE It stand in marine and severe climates once nsed always used is made by the Bridge port Wood Finish Co., their goods are known to be all right. Alo have white lead and oil and colors. Get my prices on Rubber Hope, Lawn Mow ers, Screens, etc. DON. A. WILDER, Telephone, 32-121. 40 Elliot St. Every bottle of Smith's Green Mountain Renovator is guaran teed by us to benefit Rheuma tism, all Blood diseases, Shat tered Nerves, Dyspepsia, Indigestion, and Kidney and Liver trouble. AVe pay back your money, if a trial of this splendid Body Builder does not help you. Let us tell you what vre know abont Smith's Green' Mountain Renovator. For sale at BROOKS HOUSE PHARMACY. Program for Decoration Day. Henry post, G. A. K., will meet at the town hall at 9 a.,m. At 0:15 form in procession, escorted by Grafton band and attended by Henry Kelief corps, invited guests and citizens in carriages; led by Chief Marshal Wool ley, will proceed to Xorth street where it will be joined by school children with flowers, at the Stone church; thence it will proceed to the cemetery where prayer will be offered, music by a quartette, and while the children decorate the graves the band will tlav a dirge. Ke-forming, the procession will move to the cemetery at South street, where a similar service will lie rendered. Kefreshments will be served at 12 o'clock at G. A. R. hall, to all old soldiers, by the Relief corps. At HV) an exercise will be given at the town hall by Miss Winnie Heald's class of school children, followed by prayer, offered by Rev. II. L. Ballo'u ; music ny quartette: recitation. Josenhine M. Archer. In ulace of the usual ad dress there will be an original jioem j recited by the author, Colonel Walter T. Chester of Middlebury. Rev. Hen-: ry Crocker will deliver an address, foi- j lowed by a reading by Principal C. F. j Prior, the reading of the roll of hon- ; ored dead, and music by tbe quartette. All old soldiers, patriotic citizens and school children are cordially invited to take part in the services of the day, President of the day, W. L. HayneV, M. D. ; chief marshal. Charles L. Woolley; commander of post, B. E. Wyman. JAPANESE PLUM, HYDRANCEAS. Cheap. Extra Size. ODELL'S. HATS! HATS! Our aim at present is to under sell any one in town, in Outing and Chiffon Hats. A NEW LINK RECEIVED TODAY. Tomorrow we make Special Prices on our PATTERN HATS. MRS. G. H. SMITH. 83 Main Street. Milliner and Hairdresser. Soft Harness You can mnk rour bar-iier-a us Buft a glove and as tontrh an wire by nam IM It KK A llnr homi Oil. Y'U out lengthen lis life make it lui-t luict as lung ua it ordiounJy would. EUREKA Harness Oil makon a poor looking bar nea like new. M title of pure, heavy bottled oil, es pecially prepared to with stand tbe weal tier, 80M everywhere Id cans all sizes. Made b; STANDARD OIL CO. P.N.N0M1 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 steels are iruaranteed against rust, and are tipped with cellu loid, to prevent breaking through. .LUNG fM : I wmWM ilSTRAiGMT Front' I ( vsy SanBounoToi7A 1 Illustrated Catalogue free on zwnlication. ft PN CftTSPts 5J Broadway NewYorK IJT.It.U;ifeClO, 2ft Summer Sr Rncinn. - m- y a a - r EDS ! ! The new CUMBERLAND Cucumber for ; pickling is ct tin- white pin..- type: a hardv, I rapw growiiiK, prolilic variety of 'merit. Premium Sweet Corn: Thovcrvcarii. st wr than 1 or.-v. Urmarkable'ln suv- cral ways for an early variety. ! Crystal Head Lettuce: For sfze.veiL'ht. jinnness, Ions keopiue, crisp tenderness, is an improved variety. AT WILCOX'S NEW YORK BARGAIN STORE. Karliana Tomato, cester I'ole Itcan. Crimson Glohe licet. Wor Xcw Perpetual Carnation. Giant I'oppies. large flowering Iirowallia. IVscriptivc Trice List Free. Seed Potatoes: Select stock, prown for seed 111 tiie most favorable locality, 4ii north. It usually yields It) to JO per cent, better crops than nearby grown stock. Kxperience has taught our best farmers it pavs to change pota toes for seed every year. Cut Flowers. Can handle anv size order, large or small, at any distance on a reasonably short notice. O. 33. J.T ,T .EIST. Low Bate to Denver, Salt Lake City. Etc. June 1st to Sept. 13 inc. the Xickel Plate Rd. will sell special low-rate ex cursion tickets to points in COLO RADO. UTAH and SO. DAKOTA, with return limit to Oct 31st, Ki2. Inquire of nearest agent, or write L. P. Burtress, X. E. P. Agt., 258 Wash ington St., Boston. 21-4t TRY IT TO-DAY! Flor de BEST IOC. CIGAR MADE. BULLY. Best 5 cent Cigar Sold or Made. Both brands sold by all local dealers. New Line of Toilette Sets with very pretty decorations. Prices to suit every pocketbook. Our new 10 cent decorated assortment is proving to be a great seller and they are big values and you do not want to miss getting some of them. We have some Special Bargains in Dinner Sets. If you are in need of a set, come in and see them. Our Ladies' Wrappers are pleasing many ladies. They say that they are the best made and best lifting they ever bought. WILCOX'S N. Y. Bargain Store. Brattleboro, Vt. lireenfleld, Mass New Goods FOR- Spring Suits, . Overcoats and Trousers. Fleming & Crown, On-aNTCj-E BIjOCK, BKATTLEBORO, VERMONT. Agents for the Mutual Benefit Life Ins. Co., Of Newark, N. J. IXSUttE FARM AXL TILLAGE PRO PERT!' in RELIABLE COMPAX1ES Real Estate-BoUght and Sold. TENEMENTS TO RENT. Give Us a Call Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Steam Fitting and Plumbers' Supplies. MANUFACTURERS OF Hydraulic Rams, Suction and Force Pumps. ALSO DEALERS IS Stoves, Ranges and Furnaces. The Best Work and Low est Prices for Plumbing. -AT W. H. HAIGH'S. Custom Tailor. Elliot Street. As an Advertising Medium The Reformer is undoubtedly the very best in Southern Vermont. If you have anything to advertise, try The Reformer.