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THE WINDHAM COUNTY REFORMER, FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, 1902. IVNDHAM COUNTY EVENTS. WXST WA-EDSBOKO. WHX1AMSVILLE. ine Uit-nas of Dr. Ernest Sparks. A council composed of minister and W i !'ra,:iuat';'J recently from tie med- deacon from several churches in the ical department. University of Ver- county is to sit on the a dviabilirv of mont. will be glad to learn that he has ordain in? the voung pastor, ,T. D. King, located f.,r practice in Holliston. Mass. August -gii. P'er. W. A. Davison, state Frank White has returned from missionary, is to deliver the ordination Whitehall and is with his uncle Dr. sermon. P. P. Whi'e.-Mrs. Thomas A. Morse Several met at the church Mondav ha returned from several weeks' visit and did some needed scrubbing. The i rwietl ad Holyoke. Mr. and need of a carpet has been painfully ev- .Mrs. W alter E. Wheeler visited in Put- ident for s.ime time and as there' is a ney la-r week Mrs. Frances B. Hor- small fund on hand f..r that purpose it ton is the gux of Mr. E. H. Rich- is hoped to add- something to it by a arison this week. Mrs. Carleron collection Sundav morning." talVri'- Mr- is U Mr- Pre-cott and family have re- V" !.at,LeD i lh MT;:HoW T?d- turned to New Haven. Ct.-Mrs. M. L. ding C.ilbert Brown of Newport.t. Rice ha gone to Saranac lake. -Miss 1? VlSltlL? his Sl-ter. Mrs f'erTrii.le T n.i : ....... . i..- . i i, ',- v.i-.v,.,.., . .... 4 c i. , , ,r uuuirr in.jciuiiuca. neceui tuors iu vciiiit-..'-ti auj uiu .-vcworin. ,. it., tonav tor a Robert Whitman of Bellows several days' visit. She will lie ac 'i;le Reed with his friend, cemi-anied' home bv her daughters i c-f Bellows Falls, came home Beulah and Bell, who have been Sev an d spent Sunday at Spof- eral weeks with friena in Saston . Mi-s Vera Mundell of Wil- River. Bellow Falls and South Ac - and F. Borhman are guests worth. Miss Marcia Lamphier. a l; r.bins'. Joseph Dodge anJ teacher in the Lvnn. Mass.. High f Bellow? Falls are her for school, leaves Saturdav for her home festivities. Miss Susie after three week spent with her old LVerneld. Mass.. comes to- school friend. Rev. Elizabeth H. Gnid r a visit at James A. Reed's thwaite Clarence- Lazelle was called r relatives. fcaith alker aai to fcSrartleboro Tuesd3v bv the illness of his father. Prof. O. K. Hoilister of Goddard seminary. Barre, spent Sundav in town. & CALL TO REPUBLICANS .E?0STZD BY THE KEF OBXEK'S COEEESPOXBEyTS. EAST DUMMEESTOS. I. Millar ami family of Brat re at Aoio F. Miller's for re t -at ion. Mi- Alzina Amidon them. Mis Sprine of Cues N H . is the truest of hersis . N. Farr. John Adkius vis l O. Walker's Wednesday. : r. i a Chamberlain of West - . who spent last week at her . S Kelly's. nnt Thursdav .. E. T. Kelly to West Dum- Mrs. Merntt Hnntlev. For Loyal Support of Their Ticket at the September Election. town have been : Mrs. Dr. Doane of prinet'eld at Mrs. J. Fitts": Mrs. C. M. Goodnow and son of Westfield. Mas.. and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Muzzy at Mrs. Baldwin's: Mrs. Myron Kidder and daughter. Mi-s Laura, of North ampton. Mass.. the latter a teacher in Smith college. Mr. and Mrs. Clute and son. Mr. and Mrs. Wells of New York. Walter Macmanus of Trov. X. V.. and his sister. Mi.-. Irene, of Petersham. Mas hot cf Brattleboro are e.t- WT.ST DUltlrtEESTOX. f-.rmers are making the most of r wra"her in finishing up hay- -:::i .n is being circulated for -g f r a rural delivery compris the whole of West Dum Almct every body is sisnins - F. J. White has eone to Xorth-V-.. for a visit of a few days. t-i:sB families are now occupy Towr.send dwelling. Frank r- frca Monson. Mass.. is viist - brother. Fisk G. Rogers. : - weeK ceienrauon is xne an 1 ; J. A. Streeter. Mrs. Dunlap. s.jn. and maid of New Jersey. H. Bailey from Brooklyn. X. V.. Miss Russell. Misses Pulver and Atkins. Mrs. Priee. Miss Price. Misses Florence and Mabel Price. Mrs. Byrnes, Mrs. Bnoks and Mr. Roise from Xew Tie Stainaca-Perry Weddini At 1 o'clock Monday at the home of York are at Hazel cotta-. her uncle. Chester E. Perrv. Miss Sara Perry of St. Louis, and for some time past a member of Charles Frohman's dramatic forces, was united io mar riage to Stephen M. Stainach. son of Count Armond Robert Srainaoh of White Plains. X. V. Mrs. Sailie Perrv and Miss Ella E. Perry, mother and !-istrr of the bride, now visiting at Mr. Perry's, and the immediate relatives re-siding here, were the oniv ones pres-' enr. Frank E. Fisher acted as best p. EX STEATT05. Republican caucus Friday at at the tow n hall. Hermun E. Eddy conduct i the ser vice at the church very accej tably Sunday, in the absence of the pastor. Rev. O. H. Palmer went to Wa-hin-ton. Vt., Saturdav and t reached there isii a: Mina vt luianisrowc in ine r ree cermn, capti-t church, returning Monday. man. lhe ceremony was performed by rne Kr .1 h -if "'pic of interest in old Baptist church at " South Xewfane. incham. Mass Mrs. .-:-:on. L.reat preparation are The parlor where the bridal partv stood home from East Arlin lor ,i-r reiiL at iiie tni Mr. and Mrs. W. Drurv and son. Ar- Lingley. pastor of the rhur. have returned from South Fram- .. .i. tJike is ton. Mrs. M. was tastefully decorated with laurel. R. Ball of Canibridseporr is in town. :-rnday. It is expected mat ferr.5 and sweet alv.ssium tied with residents of other states who festoons and bow of white ribbon. The .rives of Dummerston will be bride wore a daintv white town r participate in the exercises, trimmed with lace. Her oniv orna :e for a brieht, clear day and meets were a necklace, a stx of the i to occur to mar the pleasure groom, and delicate pink Mowers worn f-stivitirs. in the hair. After the ceremony re- freshments were served. At 2 o'clock I-f erred from last week.) Mr. and Mrs. Stainach drove to Brat- Hannah Connarn has been re- tleboro. starticit -otJ amid a shower of at pointed station azent in place tic and old shoe-. They were aecom ; Baldwin. Chansesj oecnr verj- panied by Mr. and Mrs. Fish-r and ion agents at tnis place. t'T',. ? - . .ir. anu .ur?. '.te-.Te r. m nue ana daughter and Miss Isabel Elmer of Cleveland. .. ail cousins of the bride. Mr. and Mrs. Stainach left imme diately for White Plain-. X. Y . their future home. :a-t few years some eight or -rent ones have held the posi- EA5T DOVES B. J. Wilson and Wilber Kcapp of Brook-side are both on the ?ick list. Georuie Metcalf entertained a com pany of her younr fries i Tue-Jay af ternoon in fajn-.r of her ninth birth dav. C. L. Hall of this place attended the funeral cf Col. George W. Hooker at Brattleboro Saturday. Miss Lilla Tobey returned from Westmoreland. X. H.. Sundav. where she has been the A Strong and Candid Statement From the H-pubtiC-iu Mate Coiuiuittee, ortliy of the Cureful Cunsidera tiou of Every Member of the furl! To the Kei-uUicau 'o;ers of Ver u.LUt: Since 1S.V) the Ilepublicau parly of Wltuout lias UiaicLeU froiu ilsCuven LioU Lull tu the i"jUs With UiiblokeU r-iUks. and loyal hearts to win constant victories for a? cuosea standard bear ers and its exalted principles. Its de votion and fealty to priuc pies alid candidates; have given it national honor, distinction and iu.pjrtauve and have secured for Verujvut the proud cognomen of the "Star that never t-ets." While the long iiue of illustrious men who have represented it in Cong-.-ss, who have beeu its chief eiecutivt-s, to gether with the luarkej civic virtue of its leg.slators and orlicia.s. wjtb entire absence of puM.c scauduisanJ fr.-Juiu from ail taint of corruption, have re flected peculiar redit, luster i.nd boO-r uixjn our beiuvisl S'ate until the name of Vermont has become a natioi.a! &yno nym for poiiticai honesty and integrity. It has had afore t:m sharp precm ventivu cont-sts f..r Lopor to be con ferred and has d:Svre,j in council c li the ps.'n-;p!e t.t be i-niin- iated but w hen the majority hasspot-n through its repre--mati' es aseiiibied. the minority ha hiu.ra!)!y accepted and al'ided by the result. It has been re rve.i to thi .'ear to witness a .i-p-,r?ure from this time honered. w and patri-.tic course. At the R.-piibli.-an St.-ite r..nvent:on held at Moii;; -:r.Iune b'th tbT w ere three m-n -iij -n"i f.r its tirt honor, each by a ..-ijn;:'i:-n. y ..f r ;-"ab e pr...ortii.a-. Tio-y u!.rait''-il 'heir cri.uads of preferment t'-hedt-rin;n.i-tion of the Convention: one ...n:y ot:ld thre WeejJS VI- tmg her mother cz- Combs got very badly hurt -- -nit-g last week while riding his He ran onto a man going n the highway and was thrown -r-a: force to the ground so that ,i- insensible for several hours. A : was called from Brattleboro. - row fully recovered. -- Wilson, daughter of Clarence n. fr-.m Meriden. Ct. . is visitinif -i-r atW. W. Wilson's. -Mrs, J. :nniston. who has been visiting "onj. has returned. Miss Ada r -s from Brattleboro is visiting at ,-r-r's. A. O. Xoreross'. ti on the dam is being rushed as s- r-ossible. The foundation is .- '.iii on the west side. F. J. - :- workins full force in his mil? out plank and logs for the base -c.121. It is a busy place and one -'.'. re: aid for visiting it. Four .-- are putfng and blowdng at the .- apt lying pow er to the dirler- ds of work. There is a great r. i f.'r tenements and price of ece up. Every house and T0W5SHE3TD. .- i': r.as tru i Id will meet with Mrs. r Rsioll Wednesday afternoon. - : nn.-ipal of Leland i Gray sem . Mr. Hathorne. has enlaced . -:- for the coming year and the -.'i-.i i jues will be out soon. I'snr.er of Beaufort. So. Car.. - - -.-or "ay nizht for a week's stay .... f am fly. who are boarding at J. Dale's. E, W. Sawyer is - Oriscc Foilett and sot. with h-r. Mrs. Colburn. went this : C'raftsbury. where Mrs. Ccl - -.s and family are camping out. F:i;-:t will remain for a little wnile Mrs. Colburn will re '.r. i return to Newport with her the winter. -. Mr. Sullivan fnm the PaciSe -, r-acned in the Baptist church .rning. He was here in the f the Baptist paper. "The -.n." In the evening. Mr. . who has started a mission for .:. Xew Brunswick, gave an in- o- talk, speaking about work . : vs. and giving some account - "- s work. sOt-TH LOSDOKDEEBT. "V.iath has been very sick the - - with inflammation of the M Skinner gave a report of --T.slier convention Sunday j. which was much enjoyed by .L-rch S'cieties celebrate old ty sociables, the Baptist :-- the'home of Frank Church : the Methodist at Herbert s a gyyl time is anticijated I: M. Smith and child have Albany, this state, to si end a w:h he'r parents. Rev. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Converse cf '. Mass.. are visiting with Mrs. i-r and other relatives. Samuel '- St. Louis. Mo., and family, xn visiting with his sisters. " W. Melendv and Mrs. G. E- - r. Mrs. - Abbie Sheldon and - -lis Vearlv of B-ston are visit . -iE.-Carl Youna has return- - - h :me in Gardner. Mass. ' Deferred from last week, i Cards have teen received for the marriage reception of Samuel Hubert Morse and Ruby Irene Howe. August 13. at the home of the groom at South Xewfane. Mrs. Irene Perry (f Whi'e Piains. X. V.. is at Chester Perry's. She has sold her place at South Xewfane to Frank Morse of Chicago who jlans next year to build a new house. John B. Morse has bought the buildings and is hav ing them moved to the lower art of the village. Mrs. Goldrhwaite went to Bus ton Tues dav to attend the funeral rt her uncle. Dr. P. P. White was in Wiilimantic. Conn., last week. Mrs. White has one down this week for a few davs' visit. Mrs. Angie Wilcox of Greenfield. Mass., js visiting Mrs. Frank Washer. Luther Piummer and Mrs. X. L. Stapifs of Brattleboro have btn visit ing Mrs. Piummer at C. K. Stedman's. Mrs. Merton Adams and chiliien have soce to Amherst for a visit.- Mrs. Jane Day and grand-on who have been the guests of Mrs. Arthur Rob bins for three weeks leave f.T their home in WoodciitT. X. J.. Saturday. Frank Moss and daughter of Xew Vork city are at Mrs. E. F. Brace's at South Xewfane. WAEDSBOEO Old Home Week i- being celet rated all around us. Wha is the matter ith Wardsboro : Leonard Wheeler pleasantly en-er-tained a cumber of his friends on his eighth bir-hday Thursday. Mr. Crapo moved his family to Dum mersto'1 this week where he has work in the H olden Martin's rail!. Dr. Cole is the happy j-isss,0r of a gasoline power automobile and is enjoying the usual experiences of those first 'trying them. The latest report from eurra-:.r. W. F. Brown, is that he willnt be able to leave the hos; ital for a week or more yet. but is gaining finely now. Sportsmen will be glad to learn that deer are plentiful this year. One was recentlv se-n near L. G. Eame' resi dence.uietly nibbling turnip ro; un til startled. Among the recent visitors" an i ar rival in town we note. John Gi-ason and Herbert Eddy of Brattled r... spend ing Sundav with friends: Mrs. John Giason at 'her aunt's. Mrs. Irene D-x-ter's : Jonas Alien of Towchrnd : Mrs. Etta Fairbanks of West Halifax and Mrs. Marv Brigharc and grandson. George Pi'imi ton. at A. J. Marin's : and Mrs. Alice Plimtton Parttr and wo sons. Worth and Harold, from Terre Haure. Ind.. at her father's. Ed Plimpton's. It has been five years flCce Mrs. ParKer's last visit home: Walter and Irene McMannu and two friends are at the Warrisboro house. past and siter. Harli Jefts tis.k a f leas ure trip to Brattleboro Wednesiay af trco..n. returning in the evening. Thomas Tobey went to Westmoreland. X. H. . Saturday, returning Sunday. Milton Halladay of Providence. R.' I., has teen a gue-t at W. C. H alia day's the pa-t few days. win: two must ':5er df d-f-ate.J 'here w.-is for honorable a''-ru.it:v.- v, : ept defeat iike hearty suppcrt choice. That the r..r:v. the man who .i; t l:-.rge pinr.ilif.r - :. and v, h n -ai but ne i MOIS . rO- Ii and ;.v t! eir the Conv, titi.ii'- n f nal'y seUx-ted rs; ltj:'..t i-1 by a no gr.:uni! of of- fen. and Thm it ety will meet b&iri. w ednesdav af- WEST DOVEE The ladies' aid so with Mrs. w. H, Man terniX'U. Aug. it. Mrs. Eterbr'X)ks' sister and niece from the West are visiting her. Carl Adams of Hartford. Conn., is spend ing his vacation at his parents'. Mr. and Mrs.' Adam-. Dr. Hunter and wife of West Brattleboro pct Satur day and Sunday with Mr. Hunter's grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Horace C'X'k of Watert.ury, Conn.. Miss Le na Fa mum of Brooklyn. X. V.. Miss Lela Cook and Harry Leray of Brat tleboro were guests at E. K. Cook's this past. week. Mr. and Mr-. Graves and two daughters of Boon are -raying for a few days at O. L C'or-e's. J. W 'Kid let and w ife were in t wn Tuesdav. Mrs. Alfa 'Juinn i- v;iticg at her aunt's . Mr-. M. J. Hsrn-V-N'-ra Hail. wh- ha- t.-n -u:te lame, r-mams at..oiT th-same. M rs. Geo. Adams is gaining slowly. Mr. and Mrs. t. lives, who nave hem visiting at Fre i Davis's, have returned to their home in Athol to tli-h-ir fro with his sup mor.s acTotti. l:t;si),-,-e,.fli; raii'iu'.at-s nds. Indeed one ..f these. ;. .rt.-rs by their tr.nsn.'ai !;..! j.. :'!. the r -u!t olt The C-V. It w: wa d.-f-at K:i-'ing everyth know.- lib the -i-the meth -I :iTten":,: acv;.tc-l the me;..?, vention. h- a -e, r t-- Ci"nseIlTe.i to Iw-it.s.-i The platf.fm vi.tai opening paragraph :;er rati' - than his ng ti: of t:.. 1 its piaTfori. ndid i-- if se!.o. ,i. :e-1 me words in its -i;es,.!v.-i by th- now f'o;.- he Ther. churih gctlfoed. wii! be a s-h i -Sundav. Augu-t IT. m Chris; at i . ii p. L. F. Pu Week Oy Mr H-.m War; A bicycle b-l who works for ra' afte nam 1- itupr :-vicg i !d tailing its frienis in ton an i vicinity, iging to John Boiigar. Fret I .'.oiis at the t"!-n Saturday night returned from Brat The heej tvss left it u-uaiiv t'wd rKere Mr. B-.liga tie'r.oro at 1i:; under the ,bd when no: in use. Mi.- S. Minnie Bi-se.l. who has -pent several year in teaching in Wy. ondng and C-l-'-rado. has been visiting her cousins. Mr. and Mr. W. H. Tyi-r. this week. She is pi-asantiy remembered as a teacher in the east viiisge school some v-ar ago. Mrs. Laz-lle of Sprincfieid. ila-s. . has recently pent -rrta! day? wirh Mrs. Julia Fr:st at the oil hom-st-ad on Tyier Hill. Mrs. Eastman Belden and her sister. Mrs. p. p. Steven, have also s; ect s-'-nie ttm there this summer. An-:therauct of Mr, frost'. Mrs. Scot:, of Dum:ii-rton. is visiting her this week. Republicans "f Vena nt in ''or.- nt.on assembled tlitit w r-:;ew again our fealty to the Kepubl;.-.ia party a-d ex jr?!S orir ur.abate,.! -cih ieui-..- in its pritH-ipie " Through l :s dm-ei Mr Ciem-nt had pttr: ''-' :r. : t d if he had b--. :i so; - vc.,::'d have elver. y V ::-- a-o! would hav- t y r- I.--1 r n -h loyal support of h io-'v Sin.-e the C.nveor -..-:,'r.g La arisen, no fact has I- .li-..v..re-l whi'-h '-an Iur5fy any Ivi ; ., :;n la attempting to defeat it . L--n candi dates or to .-h.iiige the result of i's de-lile-rii tions. In Mr. rtemett is fnu n r.oir: who 1 willing to be a cislili'.' b-fore a Convention and a tv.'te- fr-'tti its ac tion TVh" now Sad fault w-;-fc the in tegrity of a r.itivention w !i was without fault if it non:ir afof Mm btt -trru- if h:s loe-o-.n-n ;gu-'r-s h n 'Tib:e cpot, a ef..:',.d oand -;-...w wilioag to wre.'k i-ed to 1-a.l: to opr.iy s..t:g::t to -e prO'-.V-te I:' As an exemplar in political morals he leads in the most causel-ss and wicked bolt known to political history. He attacks the financial management of the state ind yet his convention ac cepts as its Candidates the nominee i.f the Repub!!iH parry w ho are the re sponsible financial managers of the sate. lie discourses upon thi ;tK-rea-d state eTpenses. expensive commis sion's and mine.-. -ary oil'-e but names no I'tance except to t t.nbli-h anoiher snl:irie. ttate b.ard to be it puivhasin; agent with a large .irrny .if clerks u'.id nesistari', f.,p all the different fust 'tu tions of the -rate. No one deii" that the stab? exp-enses , have largely increased during the years of Republican ascendency but St is be cause of the settled iiolicy of the sta'e regurilies ,.f inrty requiring such ei peudiiure. and shifting large burdens of exje-use from the town-to the state and not through corruption, ineffici ency, prodigality or UiiSit.auageUieu. . Which pari of this svttiod joiicy Would Mr. C FeUient repudiate? We have now a hospital for the insane owned and equipped by the irate, enuiple-d w ith modern conveniences and conducte. in accordance with ad vanced and approved methods for the safety and rwovery of these unfortu nate members of our society, answering the proper demands of a sympathetic and philanthropic peopLe. We have a House ,..f Cor-ection for the less incorrigible law breaker where reformation may be secured: we have the industri'i school for the young where virtuous m3uhl and woman hood may be wrought out of what would otherwise become fixtures among the criminal classes. Our College are aided from onr state treasury in order that pvrerty shall not present the am bitious youth from obtaining broad and thorough culture. We provide in-tru--tlon for the blind, the mute and the weak-minded. We raise a " p-rc-nt state tar to distribute among our town which are richer in road mil-ag--than in grand list. We equalise in a degree the burden of h; taxation by an eight i-er"-nt state tax. TVenake lit eral irv;!.in for our State Norma I Schools Ve care for the inane p-'or at the s'ate expanse and thus relieve each town of this bur leu and secure better treatment and car. We exp-n ! a considerable amount nr-n our state milltiu and our Soldier' Home. Ail this and mu-'h more I done be cause the state Las approved of it and yet this large ex;enditure lei been so provided f''r by our system cf yrp..ra tiou tsxe- that th s'ate tax a essed ur-on the rtind ;.st is less than It was twenty years ago. TTndoii' r-dly th's metii.-J of cori-orntion ax!;.'!i cun be impr-'ved upon' and ext m!.-d find the state tax 1 s'il! further ;e'ned and ever, entirely ,j;spne, wi'h. A commissioe reports whn Mr. C'eiiietit was in the Sena-.- har thecor P"ra'i.'E were hJar'ng on'y rr-.tst .-n-four-h of their fair share cf th,- burden of -axation an e.T -rt wasmade to m-cr-ns-,-..irp.irate taxation, but Mr. Clem ent was strenuous in opposition and it was .leeate.J He was then President of t'oa- the T-e'fln.i Ttjili-ofld cveTeen tTe r.nw- gate- asser"s that no state tax was needed !nd that he wt-i againt in'-reas,?,! cor p..ra::..n taxati-.n be.-n'ie n- sid'ti.-nal r- ve-i-e was re-ieire-i. but a the hair m.'ir. f the Senate Finance Committee ,-, he in fa-'t re-on.r.."nd! -he very day. he brought about the defeat of rv f-.n-or-itio- tax b'll. the Try t-.x lii'-h y"; are n.,w piy'ng. H' !- r - !.-' 0:e-;,.,i . f V,p!.,r i W enf' roement in hi city and d.-:i w n.a ny il.u-:rat;..-s therefr-m. H- hi f,r ;.. :.y years l.-n an ii.r.uen a' itiz- n of r.r.t'and .mo ha its Mayor j,td yet the, - abn.- cotj'itoo-'d wi'hocr cor-r-i -ii wh.-t' !. i-l otro ini je.we- snd without rebuke from hlto p a irei-. Mr. Cied-n' alleges ti.s- b do;ibts 1 IM M ' -M WW tMM W i W W yoa should have a Ja. Bom Stlffc-cel o. 1 Ca in orler t-o proteot tiie work arid Ife?a tte cost cf r.ra!r.i Tbe Bom Case is madeot two layer of 1 goi'l -wnii a layer of t.iTecliii-' metAl between. Ii Is better lLan u tolii coi-i cam lecause it ia erronp-er feed o clo-Ug as lo kep cut emoiife, dust aid tlampnea. Stiffened COLO J AS. BOSS Watch Cases are r-wnsnhrel lm the tanari the -srll rTe.and oi-J e-cij tya-i Jewtn. Tine liom : ot."y stieL-t cas in iziz enoara t . i-r ry act-ai rear mat tL-r v.H ou::ast lie irtr r-a.rrs.-. Ti?re ta Dorir'as zs $rCKl." T . E-tor.e tr Stars here etewn ia tLtunped io tcii ha cu? AJ" Osntu't the fewtltr, H'rK for h-xjklet. THE KEYSTONE WATCH CASE CO., Philadelphia. present statute r a license local-option law. Mr. Clement a'tempts to xeu Us lecession from the Republican party and to Justify his action in rioltiiig the con vention when he was a candidate for high preferment by makin? a c'nim of bribery on the part of both of his ppo nents and to sno-h an ex'ent '1 to viti ate the action of that convention. He al: claims that this charge of bribery is cot new; that It had been trade and substantiated by numerous affidavits prior to the assembling of -fce Convention. Tfee real value be places upon thee charges and the affidavits lo snpport it. is easily determined. The state committee was the commit tee on credentials. To them these affi davits should have been taken and any illegal delegates challenged raid un seated as aurely they would have been on valid proof. But to the committee he made no challenge and produced no proofs, neither was there a word, said by his friends in the convention im pugning its in'egri ty of composition and it was only after his own candidacy before the l.-ly was hopeless ;Lat the familiar cry of "Stop Thief was raised by him and some of his supporters. There wer- only two contest before thh- committee on credent:!. One arose from the claim of Mr. Clement that the delegates from the town of Hut land. Who we-e present with Te den'ial. si'Mil 1 Inr uns-;r - l -.v.A dele gates favorable to him -tltute-l in their stead. Mr. Ci-n:-'.:: ', claim was allowed, and his del-g .:-- -.-aied. but in this ease no charge (,f fraud was made. In the other c.-teted case .dr. Dan ders of Orange wa .ated :n lieu of the Clement delegare hjr the unanimous ac tion of the Committee 'ineh.iliengei and nncontr-oiic'eii pro-.f that the elec t:oa of the Clement delegate was se-cure-i through the votes of the Demo crat who. admitting their politics snd demanding -lie right to vote, were per mitted to do s., r.uder protest. In no f.tfaer in-tance w.i the r-ght cf a single delegate to his -e i: 1 1 nil-aged before the com ,,- tn th- enven- r wn 'lie charge that d-i ere impr 'it-rly lo-oti'd or ini- pr''erly intiiien --d :;f: - -i-- ion i. a le at any time before the o'l. .'!.:"-: or :n tate issue, who brii.nv that all ths are Uat gained and best u aim allied within and nut without the parry who love its leaders, w ho forward to a national triumph in liu. that we u.ay continue our present proi-rnr and national grandure. all such we appeal . by their voice and by .heir ballots to keep se,.-ure our State iu the front rank of the Republican party in 31C No great-r disaster cou'd come upon the Bepubiii-an parry of the N.-iio -n than the removal f Veriuo.-.t thl.- year from the Republican column. . A broken party in 1:J means a broh-n pany In l'jH and broken Hepublicanis ji in Ver mont would most signally aid to break its hold upon the Count:-., tnd to end the marvelous prosperity which has come under the Eejiubli-.-an rule. Vote then for the men w ho-e defeat OUT enemy Seeks. Vute f-r the regular Republican -andidat- for town, ror county and f-r 'ate orfice Vote forMcColioogh at..; st:.nt-.n. plain men of the people, strong, dean In corruptible, clear h-af'i-d snd warm heart ed: for men who can kx.k upon the . strongest and best, level eyed tnd clear, and in their regard for laUrand its right, in devotion o our in:eiets. our institutions and ot:r industries;, in intellectual and uionU stature :.nd in all that goes to mate true V.mon'ers aie In the front rank ai:.-ug the ixoist trni'-M leaders cf our sf-.te. L-:d on men of V accu"med sweeping shall -!-er th h-art friend from Maine to pre- g- and assist Ilk fioti:i . tro'ii.ph In .'-v n- to your F.'i-y which o ir ; olifica! :' rni-i. shall a s -.-oping Na-nile-e nave a: Hi not j:: Stiin'' i ,. .vr ven'i ' ..nten' oi; of f r Kery --irely d.-s tify the 1-lt Irons Hon. Zed S. .. our I'.iioi. late for L;eu;nant ..r wL.i h.id made no pre-con- -o.t vass and had no organized . but whoe nomination was the spontan-o;:s tribe- f a ma f the Convention to h:s .orth. ,-, who know Ceuemi M.--!i tnis siiggest'ori t,f C"rr:f'ion .. d-nial. To thre irh. s.t pieaed to assure them that -mi of his ati'.-e,! n-th- j or.tv To Cull" needs we a from the beginning to t canvass he did and count ank. Wa eSe i . , r tne Si-iOeriTV , Verm.'Ut in it miss.on of the !i-e to the v..-e of ti.e p to in.'Vy lo - . the 11-: :.: .-:: p'i Re I'....-.):; porty in cnlng :he st;!v option law and e4:sth':s I'.nt wh-a was ' Vermont or of lgvst- rrorc WHI11AGEAK. Chandler Pcrnam and wife of Wor cester are visiting Mrs. Putnam's broth er. Sevmour Houghton. Mr. and Mrs. Houghton observed their :h mar riage anniversary August ? by inviting their old acquaintance to spend the afternoon with them at their home. Rev. E. A. Nichols an 1 wife start to morrow for a two weeks" vacation in Connecticut. Kev. Solon Fairbanks ha been in town and visited at Mer ton Wheeler's. Miss Florence Carjn-t-er cf Boston called on old acquain tances this week. The village school house is being much improved in looks this week, the work being done 1. 1- .ha Piee.-e brother of Jacss-onvuie. hanc vnnr mnther Had t-s p.-.iiv E-ed of Row has been . . ' t , . vUitfnc her gtand-daughter hair, but that is no c:-ara ji!f0a. Mr. Eeed. wh rears old. is now ui.e sic... Your Hair t: . r-cn why you must go t-": --zh life w ith half-starved t'-::. If you want long, thick, rk. and heavy hair, feed it w r. Ayer's Hair Vigor. 5 nam X t AYti CO.. In Mrs is C-niFOED CE5TEE The iaiiv' cir; will n--' in their rooms. Thnr-iay. August il. to ..uilt. Quite a number of 'he farmers are not through haying. P.'tatoe- in some held- are rowing badly and blight has struck nearly all the fields. Thre will be a dance m Grange hall Friday evening. August 22. Music Leitsinger's or-.hes-ra. Hin-s. rrompt er. Suppr furnished by the iaties. The ladies of Broad Brook grange are requested to furnish salads, escaiioped I:.tato- and cake for the suiter Fri day evening. August 2; and to come prepared to work without further no tice from the committee. The effcers of the ladies" circle for the coming year are: President. Mr. Minnie Whittemore: vice president. Mrs. Josie Ja pueth : secretary and treasurer. Mrs. .e-Tge Prourv : direc tresses. Mrs. H. J. Richmond. Mrs. L. J. Huntiev, Mrs. Emma Alexander and Mrs. S. M. Bullock. Ada Akley returned to Springfield. Mass.. Sunday after spending her va cation at her home. Mrs. C. A. Clark of Springfield. Mass.. who has been with her daughter. Mrs. S. M. Bul lock, for the fast two week, went to Brattleboro Wednesday and will visit relatives in Chesterfield. X. H. . and Riverside. Mass.. before returnina home the last of the month. Miss Minnie Thayer and Miss Fannie Hol den went to Nantucket Monday to wait cpon the table a,t "Sea Clii" hotel. They exjct to te away six weeks. Richard Lake of Jacksonville is the was n os-n Viga'io:: r date and w th-1 p.i-y he ns7.l-.el to ! a'ta..k. detjo.;Tve and d-f jvhose stands r 1 - :ir. r 1. end one wh- in orl-r t p..Ufl.-ai ewUnnd for''ice. .wede from the party to whi.-h - t'l-'.-l his loj!t! faith at the late C.-nventloa. Entering K.on his pre-onvntion campnigTi d.-t-Uimins all personal am-blti.-n. with the ii vowed purpose of ob tainif g a ingle result, the referend vr of the liquor question, and the pnry having consented that there might b au.-h referent, he inmietllately t:j on being notif-d of hi ! fe.it encinragod and incited Republican defection and in a few days after the Convt-n".. .n app-nred before the Republican Con vention of his own County to urge the pas-sage rf a license law without refer ence to the people, and being defeated there he has in furthrenee of his pur pose, promoted and secured a bolt from its action. Similar action ha been in spired and directed ty him in other counties of the state. Claiming still to be a Republican on ail national iuts tdons and to be worthy tf sup-po-rr by Republican as such, he consented and aspired to be the nominee of the late State I-emocratic Convention and in It Convention was regularly pres-nted for nomination and was therefore pre pared and willing to stand and mn cp on a platform which repudiated and denounced every Republican prhwiple and maintained every pi nclple and po ll ino.-j.toi;) r.i tl' pr-sent honr ha the pfffy of liberty under Pr-'-moa. .f the r.,r,t j'e.i m-'.-.n itrid-T V.r.- n si 1 .:- of sor.nd 1, .,.:-;. :,n,J p- Have. OarSe'd. Ar'hr.r H-si"'is,.n -nd Mckinley. . - ct : - ! 1 r :- ! :. - .) and philan'hr.oo- p..-l:io-, fwr,r-N Cnb'i and the Rhirpi'lnes--when .-,:,. wh-r-in has o in either state or ; r, ' i . n bet rave, , ;-s rr:!t r wan letcl from the pa tlis of !:-nor. r:s-io.. and recti tude? In the ligh- ,,4 j; fry th- n. he who w-.vtM illipv.gn the !,. t;..r a;;, gnn.1 f:iith of tl.e R-"-p::!.l:.-a.: pa r"y i:;.-P'-a- hes hi own. The Convection f.jv-r-l the !:.,::; sion to fii- t-'pie of 'he .i:i-s-:.,n of licen-e and !.--a! option or 'at- po hibi'iou lie,at;e it was dee:n-.l a wi-e and proi'er ci'-nc-i-'.n to a irr-w.ng t nd lr.-.--:.: ! ! for sift. .--:"-r. r whi- h came a, ike fr.' t:: th.e fr'ends ;;n.i the f.es of -he prehistory law. Those who opp,. .J trohi! .'ion a sert-il that a '..- al-option law n ,,n:.ii.t control and would best restrict the sale cf intoxicating Honor, and that a refer ence to the people would show a ma jority favorable to such a law. Friend of State prohibition claimed that su-li a reference would show that the peo ple were not in favor of adicense iooai option law. and tlmt the wide an,j thor ough discus;on and ag'tarioi which would precede the vote would result in toe rejection of such a law and in the better enforcement of the prohibitory law and its establishment a, the set tled and unquestioned policy of tte Subscribe Now! The Reformer, SI.50 Yearly tletro the rt of the WIST HALIFAX Rev Ward Brigham of Brooklyn. X. V.. will preach in the Universalist chcrch Sunday at i p. m. Mi Lila Andrews of Bemsrdston. t t-.er frierd. S'elia Cok. over Sunday. t-ari r-apies ci cr-me- u, vt " T --f- &W"vV. ar. HaU.' daughter uncle? Lewis Brigham in Halifax the .ttont political dishonesty n ay mr.i on Justus were in Brat- first of the week. !rir.n favored bv stare and national state. democracy and which contained a plank Both of thasse asked that the proposed demanding the Immediate passage of a substitute be submitted In crier that lieene local option law without" r-fr- the people might vote intelligently ha t ence to the people. It has become evi- ing both the prohibitory law s,nd the dent that Mr. Clement now proposes and law propose.J before them. Believing in desire the election of a legislature fie right of the majority tode'ermine which will of Itself and without rfvr- the action of the state and in the right en.e. make license the law of the of the majority to have opportunity of rtare. expression the Republican prr"? H profeseea devotion and loyalty to " p'aced this plank in its platform in eo- -d tls natiTe ctate but to advance tis own faith, with an honest purpose and with elfish Interest ha caeselessly defa ne and degrades ber. H asscmea the role of exemplar and teacher of political tonesty and morality but enters cpon tis new role by teaching that men may paxticipte in ca-ncna and convention weet. Both Mr. and Mrs, i Brigham are in very poor health. bolt the convention when Its action Is ! not in accord with their own desires. a view to the highest good cf the state. Tie unrestricted sale of intoxicants is regarded by Republicans a a public ewj and by this action of the conven tion it Is now left first with the legisla tor and next with the people to de termine whether this restriction and restraint shall be found in the present law. some w;e m'di-:i"iot.s cf the ing corrupt, dl. honorable or u:.-eem!y. Iishone'y is a frequent charge umde by defeated candidates in political con tests and Mr. Cement is simply nx cepr.on. Throughout the state Republicans wi-l not f:ii! to recall in whose behalf E'emce ra-s w--e brought to the Caucus to elect delegates to the last Repubii ' can convention. Mr. Clement has no standing in the forum of the people when he poses a the uac"n:aui.cate.j representative cf honest iK?:;t:cai action. To aid in hi e:-t;ori Mr. Cleui-nt has without th-ir soli-'-iratlon end-red and place,- upon his ticket 'he r- gular Repub.i.-an candidates for Secret, ry of S'ate. S'ate Treasurer, and An !.t r -f Aeci'tints. They authorize the ::a:e Committee to say that 'hey are Repub licans and not in sympathy with cav movement that would .end to dlri'.pt the Republican i'-arty: tbat they s'. nd Upon tile plii'fom: :is adopte,l l,y tie Republican Convent lop. A June If'th. at Montp-d'.er. and for the ticket there n-Mnin-'ite.! ai. I for no ..-i.-r j o or party, tt a- Nen:!--r 2 ..f th- A' IS:". f..r'-id 'l.e pr:n.ng r.- .n .1 "b of the r.atae of a:.v I-:,-: loPi"- w?, d- li-.-d a nomination " r 'Id son ti.ey Lave .i.-iin-t the I.:. Local-" "iptjon nominal. oy We .;-.:.fi i-ntiy api.e:;; to th- in Vermont who s-e iu th- R-p'.' party and i' achieve:': ampI glory and pro-; sate aij'l -. ::n"ry. who ;.r- pr " I of the'r little t:ie whi. h t-one no mean and trivial part In th - pr-,g-e-s0f our nution: who lliev. a rigli'fuily they may. and should, .aisd b-beving exalt that during. ill tiiistim- "hey have live,! in the . l-'anes- M-e i;i th- t'r.iou where corruption in the I.eg'l., rv.re. in the judiciary and in the executive of fices Las been unknown and whwonM retain untarnished the fair fame of the state. We appeal to all s-u-h "o indignantly repudiate and condemn the man who In the bllndne and wi, k-dn.-s ,.f his own self-seeking d.v. not hesitate to publish and pro- lnlm to th- world, f.vo! sender upon the integrity and honor of Old Verm. nt. We confidently appeal to nil ho love the party for it state an ! ra'ion-jl is sues of far reaching In.p--ran.-e. -,, have c'orled in it achiev-nient. who are devote. t- it principle, who be lieve them paramount o any .s'ngle the way f.,r Republicans .ml R.vsevelt in 1: -4 Thad M Chapman. Mid H'-'mry: Ed-wa-d It. Welling. Nor-h F.-nn'r.gton: Harry B!f!gett. St. Jonn-bttry: Horrier E. Wright. Eev -T'.ir. oion: Cibb? E. Clark. Island Pnd: Th-. M. Deal. St. Albans: Je,J V. I.add. E:it Albnrgh; R-.g-r W. He!firl. Hy '.- Park: florae W. Bailey. Xewbnry: "".-orge T. How ard. Traftsbiiry: Irs R. Alien. Fair Haven: Frank Pb:rr:!--y. Xorhfleldt Zina H. Alibee. P-l'-.w Falls: Alfrsd E. Watson, Harford State Com mittee. VZE50S. Vernon grange will hold its next meeting Monday evening. August 1. The Republican caucus to nominate candidates for town representative and instices of the peace will be held at Whithed's hall Sa'uriay evening. Au gust I'.'., at 7 o'clock. . A party from Vernon and tltir guests f lan to 1 ionic at Lake Pleasant next Wedne-Jav. Should the day be rainy they will go the foil:-wing day. The railroad will give reduced rates. All are invited and a very 'pleasant time is anticipated. The party will go on the train which leaves Vercc-a at 10:25 a. m. This will he a genuine basket pic nic. Mrs. Clarence Wilson and daughter. Mis- Etta, are at Miss Zelia John son's for two weeks. Mis- Ruth French, a teacner in SpringS-ii. Ma-s. . is visit ing Ler aunt. Mr. G. H. Hubtard. Mrs. Jennie Stebbin Bemis is at Mrs. I. -T. Burrows' for a few days. C. Mark Heard of New Vork city 'was an over-Saniav gue-st at his uncle's. M. I. Kee t s Mr. and Mrs. Peck and little daughter are viitor at J. H. Frt'-. Mi-s Etta S'.ebt ins. who has been in Das. its for n,ar:y a year, re turned to h-r b'-aie here last week. Stop the Cough and works olt the Cold. Laxative pr n...-'j':iEiie Tat. let- cere a cold ir. -He ot . care, n- Pay. I'nc S cent. - i.f . haf rea --t.e .-n cf iicau the lT.eX- y of our SOUTH VXEX05 Prof. Wni. Shit man went to North ern Vermont Tuesday and from there wiil go to Bavilie. Me., where his son and s ife from B ton, Mass.. will ;ioin bin: f -r the remain ;-r of his vacation. tr. Oilman Warren of Bratiet.-oro ia vi-:tmg her brother. T. W. Johnson a- the .': faim.-Mrs. F. E. Johnson is on the s-.-k list and Mrs. Frank Farn im of Erattlei -ro is caring for h-r Mrs. Be'se. .Tohts.-n has returned frm h-r visit in Gill an.: Mrs. Calvin Stone from her vt-ir in Brattleboro. A iaige number of the pe i le in this t art of the fwn attend the meetings daily in East Xorthrdeld. E. C. Tot tingham and family returned to Ber r.ariston Tuesday evening after a few davs' vi'sit at C. H. Newton's. Bow Are Tear Kktaera t Te Bobba ra-wt3S Pill e-rp ail k'dner ills. SatB ai tree. AJC f-r..iHC Ksor Cu . Ciecaaro or K. T. To Kew York. Iironeh the Soand by Day hjht. A delightful ea trip fr om Bc-ston is the voyage to Xew Vors. "Ail the way by water. " on the Joy Line steamer dirc't every Wedne iay and Saturday'. Tne trit ocout ies about -i hour, leaving Eoston at 3 p. m. . thus giving the passenger the advantage of a sail through Long Island Sound the next day. The steamers pass in full view of both shores, in addition to which there is an ever varying janorama of every kind cf sailing eraft constantly yssing. The steamer, "did Dominion." is especially noted for is steadiness. The broad decks, which arlord ample opportunity for iromenad-s. and the excellent table set by the company com bine to make the trip thoroughly en joyable in every way. The expense of the trip is very slight. only i one way. or tC.V1 round-Tip. including berth in staterxm. Tickets, state rooms and ail information en applica tion to Creo. t. liiton. Liry i'ass. Agt. 211 Washington St., ' T.t 1 -h .l f i Th.a aipcatnre is 00 every boa of th feooin lc,rl Laxative Brom(HJuinine Tabi. ; th racMKlT that ewes cM la m atavjr j Subscribe isZ the i Re Boston. 33-It f 11 i .- ,4 I f . - M v V Mr'