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THE WINDHAM COUNTY It K FORMER, FRIDAY, AUGUST 22, 1902. EVERYTHING IN SUMMER SHOES lias not to no tlii-i month In order to make room for Kail ooits. which are he imiitur to arrive. We have left 14 pairs Men's Oxfords, -.'."Hand :t.uo kind, that we are closing t at ... . $ .7 Women's $;WW Oxford, 2B Q .Mrn's Canvas shoes, i87 SHEA, The Shoe Man. Mlindhamountg Reformer The Reformer's business office will be closed at, and alter I o'clock P. M. Satur days during the months of July and August. Dreadful! In davs lo'nc ao in the six ties you know) when K i a li d in a went walking she h e 1 il her skirts so. What would she say If she a w )! i r I to-day with skirts clutched so tij;ht- IV tllev a 1 f look this way'.' From the Inland Printer. LOCAL NOTES AND GOSSIP. "No Flies On Us." .hint Call ami see. BROOKS HOUSE PHARMACY. C. E. CRAFFAM, Prop. Brattleboro, Vt. 1 '!y Killers FRKK to all who ask for them. ' - The stock and fixtures of Haynes' shoe store will he sold by miction Au Kyst 3U to satisfy the claim of the mortgage holder, V. B. Vinton. A. V. May's aency has leased L. W. Adams' house on Spruce street to V. H. Lishthallof Detroit. Mich., the new superintendent of the Estey Orjriin factory, with the option of a purchase at the end of a year. Morton Starr Cressy and Ralph W. Stoddard who were among the candi dates to pass the Massachusetts bar examinations last week have been ad mitted to practice. Mr. Stoddard con templates opening an ollic in Spring field. Mass., and Mi. Cressv will urob- Barrows & company tell something interesting in their adv. this week, Mrs. O. H. Smith will have u spe cial sale of trimmed hats tomorrow and Monday, See adv. in another col umn. H. V. Howe has taken the con- ! tract for the plumbing in W. O. Doo- little's new six tenement house on El liot stieet, Holton, ll-years-old son of C. II. Davenport, caught a trout weighing over one pound in Stratum the first of the week. Simonds A- Houghton are having an odds and ends sale in the rooms formerly occupied by Dr. Miller in Hooker block. The annual meeting of the society of seamstresses, needle women and shop firls of Brattleboro will be held in 'estiv'al hall Satuulay, Aug. ,'iU. Rev. F. V. Lewis of the Metho dist church is one of the speakers at the camp meeting which is being held at Claremont Junction, X. II., this week. -Col. K. S. Stoddard of Xew Or leans, a Dummerston bov, was one of the speakers at the reunion of the .V2d Massachusetts regiment which was held in South Deerfiuld, Mass., last Thursday. Miss Margaret Balestier drove a I pair of Shetland ponied through Main : street yesterday afternoon winch at- I Secretary Cortelyou snv ing that the de 1 tweted no little attention. The young 1 tails of the iiresident's'visit here would woman raised the ponies and broke ! be wired today. them herself last winter. j ul() Home week exercises are being Protective grange will confer the j held at Silverdale, Spoll'ord lake, this third and fourth degree Wednesday i afternoon. Addresses are being de evening, the third degree being given j livered by Kdwin I). -Mead, formerly of by the women's degree team. Every j Chesterfield, ant Judge Hovt II. Rev. Sam Small will speak iu the Auditorium Monday evening, The tickets for the Mary Howe con cert will go on sale Monday at 8 o'clock at the box ollice. -The W. T. C. U. held a mothers meeting in the V. M. C. A. parlors yesterday afternoon. Helen C. Rice of Boston will speak in Brattleboro Aug. :il, under the auspices of the W. T. C. U. At a special meet ing' of the Wheel club Tuesday evening it was voted to give up the field day which had been planned for Labor Day. Frank Clark, brakemau on the nar row gauge, had his left hand badly bruised Tuesday afternoon while at tempting to couple two cars above Xew fane station. Dennison Cowles is among the con testants in the third division of the Xational Kotjue association, which is being held in Norwich, Conn. His present standing is one game won and four lost. The annual meeting of the Ver mont society of Sons of the American Revolution will be held in the state house, Montpelier, Saturday, August; .'it). President Hoosevelt will be the! guest of honor. Wallace X. Batchelder, president of the Voung Men's Republican club, received a telegram yesterday from PERSONAL AND SOCIAL. 0. 1., stickney was in Huston on business Tuci day. U. J. Moinn spent Sunday in Mr. and Mi Towilslli.nd. Miss Pearl (ill .son vi-lted in Fitcliuurg, Mass.! over Sunday. .lames liyau ami Mr. Pascyof Greenfield spent rmiiua in town. spent the first of the week iu sister is revested to bring cake for j the harvest supper. j By means of a writ of replevin the ' Boston Shue .v. Rubber Co. secured a ! large quantify of goods from the shoe! Wheeler of Brattleboro. The trotting and pacing classes at the Valley Fair this year will as fol lows: Wednesday. 2:17 trot or pace, purse tfilM) : S :2o t rot, nurse f.'itKJ : i? NeW Invoice Of VeilingS labl-v lucate'iii Boston - rni .!:. 1 -xiic uiniiig rooms anu iiincu coun- tore of J. E. Haynes Wednesday. The i trot or pace, A'iou. Thursday, 2:12 trot goods were some that had been bought ! or pace, jga k N : 2:22 trot or pace, .iO0: but not paid for by Mr. Haynes and '2:27 trot, i00. -E. S. Hall, state agent of the Ver- and Felt Outing Hats. ter in Whetstone 1 tic The balance of our Straw Hats at'be loT, about half price. DONNELL & DAVIS. FELT OUTINC HATS. A tn-w and laie line of fine styles in all t'"lr: also lMick Huts ami Veiling at Mrs. IITTrsJT'S. ""DOLLS.... Mk. BASCOM continues as Trimmer. NOW IS THE TIME when you must think of can ning fruit, for no time is the qual ity of fruit better than at present. PEACHES, PEARS AND PLUMS ck owned by closed Monday : mortgage for. 700 given in October, l'.'til. by Mr. Flagg to his father. Emerson E. Flagg. . The restaurant will not be reopened ; but the lodgings on the second lioor 1 will be used by the management of the j Brattleboro House. : William A. Brady's special produc tion of " Way Down East" is booked us one of the attractions at the Auditor ium this season. The success attend- I ing this remarkable play is all the praise necessary. The companies wh ich j are touring with this performance are : equipped with a carload of special i scenery and apparatus including a pat ented snow machine. There were six entries in the wo men's 15-hole handicap golf tourna ment which was held on the Wantasti quet lnks Saturday,. the winner being Miss Horence Pratt. The scores were as follows : ' handicap net are receiving our special atten tion just now and we are prepared to give you prices that will con vince you that we are headquar ters for fruit of all kinds. Miss Florence Pratt. Mrs. c. s. Pratt (! 3 fi6 Mrs. H. H. Croshv lis 0 It Mis Florence Clark. "3 - Mrs. Hoyden 7-' - Tu Miss Toiiies S(i ' ;i 77 Miss Emily H. Brown, for a num ber of years a resident of Brattleboro, died S'jndav at the Hemlocks where she had been undergoing treatment at the expense of the lhompson fund. The funeral was held Tuesday after- were not covered by the mortgage. A hearing on a petition fur the! discharge of the bankrupt, Herbert X. : Guuii, was held before Referee A. F. j Schwenk Wednesday, F. D. E. Stowe : ami K. C. Bacon representing the cred- ! itors and E. W. Gibscn the bankrupt, i The hearing was continued until j Wednesday. ! Dr. Robert C. Aldrich, while t mil-i : ing in fepoltord lake trie tirst ot tne : ; week, caught a juke which measured 'Vi inches and weighed eight pounds.' The fish was exceedingly thin, being: : whar is called a "racer. " In good con dition it probably would have tipped; : the scales at 12 pounds. j A basball team picked from the i different league nines went to Tine Grove Springs Monday and defeated a ! team representing that resort by a score of The game was a sort of an i outing for the local players who were not obliged to exert themselves at any st;ige. The line-up was as follows: El J lis, p. Tufts. c. Bean. lb. March. 21). ; Keefe, ss, Kaine. lib, Chine, Dunlevy j and Devine, fielders. ' The body of S. Rodney Howe, , who died in Osceola, la., Monday was brought here yesterday for burial iu Prospect Hill cemetery. Mr. Howe was a native of Dover and was the last of : three children of the late Elijah Howe 1 of Wilmington. Previous to Mr. j Howe's removal to Iowa about 2" years ! ago he was a merchant in Springfield, ! this state, and for a short time was in 'the hotel business in this town. He CIVE SHEA'S MARKET a call when In want of Fruit. Be Canning Season is l.iIitiiinjr juart Jars, TumMer. .'..r :nW'r. all kinds. I.' ;!. KiuinWed Preserve Kettles. L'V h.in.Iletl Stirring Spoons, -I'aiiii Ktiivi's, - V. itv -h If contain. l"t i f -ii.-ivr- in mr store ON. S1.00 dozen .SO - .10 " .7.) each - .0." .tt-. ' rv A BASKETS. Now is the season of year for the use of Bas kets. We have a large assortment at very rea sonable prices. BOBBINS & COWLES, I'.liOflKS HOt SE BLOCK. noon at 2 o'clock, Rev. F. . Lewis of ; married Miss Ellen Sherman of Dover, sister of Mrs. O. M. Laughton. Henry A. Heywood, proprietor of the Brattleboro Overall company, was badly injured Saturday afternoon by being thrown from his carriage near the residence of A. D. Wyatt on Xorth M.'ijn street. Mr. Heywood and a friend were driving toward the village when their pony took fright at Dr. A. I. Miller's automobile. Although the r stopped his machine at once the animal would not become pacified and jumped to the side of the road, throw ing Mr. Heywood on his head upon the sidewalk. He was picked up un conscious and rernaiued in that condi tion for some time although it is thought that he sustained no serious injuries. The Italians belonging to the local tribe of Mancini participated in an exciting mix-up on Green street Sun day afternoon. Six of them including two women were returning from a call on some friends in West Dummerston, four being in a Surrey and two in a single team. While driving up Green street the horse attached to the single carriage became frightened and started the rear of the store will be on a run. The people in the surrey. which was ahead, became frightened lest a rear end collision should result ynd attempted to turn to the side of the road. In doing so the wheels of ; the surrey came in contact with the curbing in front of W. H. Childs' house and the whittletree was broken. ; The Italian who was driving became l '". j ;, ori.HHr.n coi-crnl fan- tangled in the reins and was hauled cie& new to Brattleboro will be on over the dashboard and drawn all over hand. W. R. Graves of west spring- ;"-;'"'"' ' "IV " ; : Hel,). Mass.. will show White Wyan dottes, a the Methodist church officiating, and the burial was in Prospect Hill ceme tery. Miss Brown was the daughter of Israel and Abigail Brown, and previous to her illness had lived on Clark stieet. There was a large audience at the i entertainment given by the Colonial (Moving picture company in the audi I torium last Friday evening under the : auspices of the Ocid Fellows. Most of i the views were exceedingly good but ; docl ! they were not equal to those wtiicu have been given by previous oompa ! nies of the same kind. The entertain j ment was varied by a lightning clay : modeller, although there seemed to be no good reason for using that adjec j tive. I Charles W. Puffer has bought the :Maiu street grocery store of James A. iPullen. the store being closed Monday i to allow an inventory to be taken. Mr. Putter will conduct a strictly cash bus ; iness. and will run no order or deliv ! erv wagons. He has had large experi- a l.arirain. and we have ; ence in the grocery business, being proprietor or a store on J--H101 stieei nntil nlionr a venr nio when he sold MflRRR SL RRFfifi 7fi Main St lout to J. E. Gleasou. The meat mar i izeT in 1 closed. The superintendents of the poultry department of the Valley Fair are con fident that the show this year will be "better than ever. " trite as this phrase son n i Is. During the past few days they have received assurances that most of tbe lanre exhibitors of last year will the mont Humane society, was in Dum merstou the tirst of the week to investi gate a case of alleged cruelly to ahorse on the part of Prucius Mauley. .Mr. Hall 'could 11 ml no evidence which warranted a prosecution. --The annual meeting of the Wind ham county Baptist association will be held here Wednesday and Thursday The principal address will be given Wednesday evening by Rev. F. li. Meyer, D. D., of London, who has been one of the speakers at the Xorlh ficld conference. The following matches have been played this week in the round robin tennis tournament : Greene beat Hoy den, i-I, 0-1, I-i'i. Thompson beat Rice, i!-4, M, ;-!, liigelow beat Hoyden, ii-2, ti l. o-7. Miller beat Bacon,' U-2. i-2, i!-2, Miller beat liigelow, 3 -li, ti-4, 0-4, Rice beat Bingham, 0 4, 0-1. ' Dunham, Brothers ate iu the same situation for tomorrow's game as last i week. In order to remain at the head I of the league beside the V. M. C. A. j they must win the game from thel'ath- olic Union while it is up to the Union : to win in order to keep ahead of the , .Wheel club. The game will be called at .'! :.'io. j Anthony F. Srhwenk, Republican candidate for state's attorney in this i county, ami Clarke C. Fitts, Kepubli- ! can candidate for town representative ' from Brattleboro. spoke at rallies in ; Wardsboro and Jamaica Monday and , Tuesday evenings. In both places they ' 'were assisted by the Wardsboro cornet i band of eight pieces. i ! Rev. F. E. Marble will make the, response to the address of welcome at ; the Vermont Baptist anniversaries 'which will be held in Bennington Sep- , ' tember 22, 22. 21. Among other feat ures there will be a memorial service ! to the late General Estey at which Dr. .Marble will deliver the address. Dr. 1 Marble will also deliver the annual ser- ; num. Thomas Brine, who is employed on the West hiver dam. was arrested yes terday by Ollieer Thayer for intoxica tion, being found in a somnolent con dition on South Main street. He was arraigned this morning before .1 ust ice Newton w ho fined him jCi and costs. R. C. Bacon prosecuting. Brine disclosed that he procured the liquor of Charles Cush man. The remainder of the schedule in the local baseball league is as follows: Saturday, August 2.1. Dunham Broth ers vs. Catholic Union: Wednesday, August 27, Dunham Brothers vs. Cath olic Union. Monday, September 1. Wheel club vs. Catholic Union and Dunham Brother- vs. V. M. C. A., Saturday. .September 0, V. M. C. A. vs. Wheel club. The reunion of Company K. Fourth Vermont volunteers, was held Tuesday in the ollice of Taylor Son in Cros by block, the following veterans being present: Judge William C. llolbrook of Xew York city, J. Everett Alden of Torrington. Conn., Charles H. Cham berlain of Sprintbld. Mass., John A. Grout of Athol. Mass.. H. W. Hutch ins of Bellows Falls, Samuel Fairbanks of Westminster, S. W. Estey of West C. F.Thoinp.o New London, Ct Mrs. K. o. .lasincr of Chicago is visitinir Mr. aim ..lis. ji, ,-toiie. Mrs. s. o. Hoyden is spending the week at Lake Pleanant, -Mass. Miss Xina Cain returned Saturday from a few days' visit In Putney. J. Vt'illard Cohli has lieen in New York city rids week on hiislne-s. .. Walter S. Pratt of Athol, Mass., was in town Wednesday on business. Luke Woodard Is in Brooklyn this week"visit init hi- former employer. Mrs. I). M. Kstev of Owasso, Mich., Is visiting her sister, Mrs. T. W. Ilruee. Mrs. John Imiilevv and son Bernard' Kre siiendilig the week in 'Boston. L. F. Adams spent Sunday in Simpson's Point, Me., with Ills daughters.' 11. F. Joidan has lieen attending the opticians' convention In Boston this week. Miss Maude Donnelly of Holvoke, has been vi-iting her uncle, James tirady.' Fred Bancroft of Montnelier has been the guesr oi iiicien tlowe rills week. Mr. and Mrs. J. fi. cilery entertained a few friends at whist Monday evening. George Morris left Monday for a visit in Som erville, Ma-9.,aud Westblook, Me. Miss Kita Kckels returned Saturday after a two month' visit in Philadelphia. Mrs. Katherine Burehard has returned after several weeks spent in Tovvu-'hend. Frank Welcome of ew Haven, Ct,, has been spending part of the week iu town. T. W. Bruce ha returned from Worcester, Mass., where In- penr several days. Miss Marlon Rice returned Tuesday after three weeks spent at Simpson's Point, .Me". Miss Annie Turner went to Worcster. Ma-s.. j Monday to woik in a millinery store. ! Otis It d of Mei id, .u. Conn., is ..pending -cv- I eral weeks at the home of T. T. Kill-. ! .1. Fred Mor.e ot Boston 1 : weeks' vacation with his pan ; Clarence W. I! I is spendint; a vacation of ' two week- at his hnine in ,I.ick-on ille. ' Mis- Florence 'ioodenough of Boston i- Spend ing ber vacation with her paient- here, i Mis, C. I'. Spencer went t" Lowell. Ma..., Sat urday to attend the I iuiei .il ol an uncle. Ml-s Mildred Scott returned Monday alter a vi-it with her patents in New Voik ci'ry. Mrs. .loliannah Baker returned Monday after a tliicc month-' vt-ir in Wom-ter, Ma--. Mi Kittle Corlcyot Burlington wathegue-t of Mi-s Katlcriue O'Connor over Sunday, Mi-- Airne- M.igiiire of Urcester. Ma-s. ited retain.-- m town tin- tust ol tin-week Harrv Conland and Altlmr Itras.-r are epet:t ed home to-day after a trip to Norfolk, Va. Mi. and Mrs. Michael Sears of ,,yoke. Mas-. were over Sunday gue-t- at P. 11. Feutorf-. Mr-. John c. Frye ,,f Xorth Leoiiiiii-o r. Ma-s. vi-itcd in town the latter pari of u(-t week. Hal W. Babbitt of New Yolk citv has l.eel vi-ituii! hi- biorher, T. P. Babbitt, this wck. J. Fveiett Alden of T'lirmgton. Conn.. Iw been the gue-t of Col. 11, K. iayl.ir tin- w.-ek. .Saniucl (llier lenirncd t. Bo-ton Tue-d.iy after a vi-it of thn-c w eek- with L. I . 'laylol . ' SI ALMOST AT YOUR OWN PRICE! Rather than carry over the few goods we have left, which are particularly adapted to the sum mer season, we will make prices that will make it to great advantage to those who may be for tunate to secure any of the following: REFRIGERATORS, OIL STOVES, HAMMOCKS, LAWN SWINGS, PIAZZA CHAIRS, ETC. Just drop in and see the genuine bargains we are now offering. . fpt'iHiin a two i ut- here. : EMERSON & SON, Everything for Housekeeping. 2 AND 4 MAIN STREET, BRATTLEBORO, VT. , V1-- III ! ' ii Mrm t-i n lfTiiriifil Mnml.iv from tun Wft-k vifit iit Ju t h'utf in Huilint;tJ"G Mi- Al.l.if Hitfirhm ..f IMvnk.-. Ma vi. el ht-r ni"tlifi. Mi-. Maiy Miyiii. "Vt-r sun- lUiV. Ml- if uii.i'jr - tilt' jj'l" 'port, rnini.. ii t .f Mm. ... a. I", Hinuh.'iiu and (n r-pnr wpnrt, X, H.. thf lir-t ! thr Ml-, 1. i k city lur I 1 1 1 n a 1 1 1 itti- Kluu-i nf l'r iilrticc, ;. Tiuu- with Mi. KlimT'? li. .I'-niif -ntt'iiain'ii .1 ;tt w hi-i ia-t -Nitnuhiv I'ti ryS utid I, t.. i Mmi.tav thfi run- rinpii ll"W ut lltT ht'ltif N. w Ha- In the meantime the occupants of breed of which he owns some ; eiuei ream in trying ro avoid a cuius- ; Dt,mmerstnn, L. H. Lynch of Dura- siiuc me tuiuiufi ju '" V",J' 1 i mprston. I Alien. Kosi-op h isher of the bet spec mens n the country. 1 anucn. me .. ! merston Mi M;itv -p inlini; tin- wi : ;!. 1 Mr. ;ml Mis c -' fiul (lav- in N i Mr-. Kel.'i y :m.i net1!! i-itin' Mr. ;nn H.-.k. ! Mr. and Mi-. ri;ilik ' I., an- fpt'ittliit -nun-latlMT. Mr. an.l Mr-. ( I'. 1ai'u'' p.utv ut frii'h'I v I'll iiiK- i Mr. and Mr ( hilt'- VV. I ("'iin.. visiting .it W. I I'a.-kfr'f . Jitlin Knny nt Nt-u Vnrk I'ity fur a two w;ek-' i-ir wirli Ii ! Mi- Kv.t H:ik-r tini-lu-d wrk ,1'tn"- it' .itiuitay audi (Uitlnlil, Hairv WVHmau i- tp.-eTcd fi v.-n, t., n. t wtrk t.. -p.-iid hi' llnUi' ht l .'. , Mi--Mamii lian uh" ha- het-n vixitini: her uiit'l.-. N. T. iSan. went I" H'dike, .Mas-.. W.-dni-i-iLiy. Mi- l'!i'i --iu e Wt )inian 1. p tidiny two ik-a-th'' un. -t "t Mi- Maii' ii Mintli in itli afiipl"li. Ma. - Han v K . V liite . .f w -ik idly 1--p-nl-inir a livn week"' v.u utt"i) with hi- in-.th.-i. Mif. P. K. W hue. M"it..n Starr if y i( ilaiit.-ul. O-nn.. is -pending -rveral day- with lirf- grandnintljct . Mi. 1'ai ley St. m . .l.-hn An-! in wfin t.i day. are'unpanied by ami Kdwani n.tKer. Mr-. John ' ai t:ey and datilst.-i retui ncti nid. iv t:i tti-ii li"iii' in Ath"l. .Mar-., altei week-' vi-it in t"vn. Mr-. Tatn. and daiiht.T K-- f sratlMfil sprini:-. "im . haf 1'fi-ti i-itin Mi-. Wil li. tin M'-ndy thi- i-i-k. Aveiv Millir i- taking .1 vueatimi fimn lii-duti.-- 'in W i-liman - -nu. -p--inlin the tune at hi- li-ntie in I Miiun.' i -tn. Mr. Martha Hill, ci I tin- Thiip-rn fund tiur-f.-. w.-nt r h-1 t j - in lialdwiiiville.Ma , atui.la a .-h'-rt a 1-it M .1. M'tiaii li-tr . -tt rd.i f-.i an evteiided WrMi'iTi till'. ftnpi'iriL: ;it ( hicayit. St. laum, M inii'.apli- and i"iix rny. I.. F. Adam ami '' A H;nn will leae M-m-d:u fni a ti in thi'inv.h the U e.-t. Tin y expert tn'rir ji"tie afi"iit fmir week-. Mr M. Miller and -n. ( . M'-nzw Milh-r. leave Mi-nday f'-r Mt. Plea-ant, N. II.. where they will -p'ml M-velal W'-ks. .If dm r. Ht'wv i- aTt'-mlinc tin animal cnii venti"ii nf tin- New Fniriaiid Fhntnraphers' a sneiatiMii in lim-tnn tin?- week. H. 11. Kim-r-inn. U I.. Km r-n and Mrs. I.. F. Adam-have he n in Milfnnl. N. H-. this week attending an nld Imme wevk reuninn. Mrs. K. L. sht-rwin ami -"-n returned t their In itne in NVw Haven. '"iin.. yesterday after a vifit with Mi . ami Mr, r. F. Thomas. Mi-s K. A. Uradih ha-returned t" her home in New V.-rk after a tav nf everal weeks with ODDS AND ENDS 7 The result of a general clean-up of - our whole stock. ' ' All Merchandise out of our regular lines, goods soiled and tumbled, have been moved to SECOND FLOOR, - HOOKER BLOCK. BARGAIN PRICES will be put on everything to close out the quantities. :: :: :: :: Open Monday morning, Aug. 25, at 8 o'clock SEi: CIIK IL.UI roil PRICKS. HOUGHTON 6c SIMONDS. nr- to F. K. IURRUWS.J S iiut'i ill. Ma--.. In- j;iand-"li- F Tue-illiek l lew VIOLET AMMONIA. A delightfully cooling and stimulating addi tion to the bath. A luxury for hot weather that can only be appreciated by test. DELICATELY PERFUMED. 2 3 cents. GREENE'S PHARMACY Iht lnotli.-r, llralili, in K!''vvillt rru, i,,.h U aurp to !) ahead of laid of the street. JJotS were tnrown n(i Coi 11 v Tnvlor of lirattlelioro. j. Mi. m, Th..um. an.l lior br..thr. .1. F. .nvthinff seen here in recent vears and i "om the carri(fe on their faces while ; The n,orninu; as niient in discu.iug lr..wn. f Minn..li. went to Kltohbr. I in . re matTon for the increase in en- the horse ifalloi.! around Thomas . oltl times and nt ntK tbe ve,eranS were I Mf V M","',',- . in preparation lor .. Pent nnd's house with what remained i : . ,: .11 u .InJiie N.itlwn . Vt3ra .'l ".. I.'r. Kaiman . 7 . ... it.u a LV'iiiiiiiiiii-iiitii,. uiuiiri ai iijct : ,,.,... rcruiiit.tt lontl:lv t.i KlVi'rlH'Jll L. 1. Ill- of the vehicle. After much wailtn on j American house by Col. Taylor. At ! t.-r waeral fb at the Br.k ... tne lart or tne women in lue surrej j fhe business meetine the following cf- j Mrs. A. K. Turner wh.. lias been visitini; her fieer were chosen: President. S W. "ist.-r. Mix. I., i . Ailani. returned to nei They're Fresh I tries new benching has been built. Miss Mildred Holland and the prin cipal members of her two companies to the number of about :?0 arrived in Brat tleboro Tuesdav and will remain here until the first week in September, re hearsing for the Play. "The Power Be hind the Throne. " Thirty more mem bers of the two companies are expected here todav and tomorrow. Miss Hol land ana SetXlr 8 Palmpr and a11 Intermediate Se,8S,,1.l,"1 iw, t v bi l i bead 1 station, Saturday. Auffuat 23. The while the other gLltfn tan tor the round trip from all sta ed by Miss Kather w fa ;', return is in Keene, September 0 Bth are un Block Island and return der the management of tdnard U. rh:,Hren hetaeen five and 12 White. Miss Holland already naap- y ,,,lrsin will be the Central ermont rail- Block Island. A the horses were caught and matters set aright. The last opportunity this season to visit the seashore at very low rates is given in the grand excursion to Block Island and Watch Hill from Brattleboro, South Vernon, North field. Millers Falls. Amherst, Belcher- home ... . ..... . : in , menowil, ..ia., lue nr."! 01 ine ween. Jsiv-v in J 'uiillll.'i sum . ofvieuii niiu , . .. . - - ,. . ri , lf rr i "T i Hev. ami Mrs. George K. Martin of Lowell, treasurer, Col. H. K. Taylor. Judge MaMl w,, hivP lHVn 1w.i,Hiib several .lav in Holbrook and Col. Taylor were ap- j town, left Tuesday for the W hite .Mountains. pointed a committee to draft suitable Miss M. Kiteh who has been viltlnE with Mr the products of the farm and ! the lowest SCen at our store at TRY OUR CHEESE. Plain and Sage. Also New Dairy Cheese. J. E. GLEASON, 32 ELLIOT STREET. . d ir.i-.nirk o r n it ig .mi.3. pearea twice .u by way of safe to preoci " ----- . - d and the steamer, has fver enterea nu- " , )edai train leave Brattleboro at the local theatre-going public. j. g m connecting at PalMer with R s. Baldwin of Lebanon, X. II., regular boat train, arriving at New administrator of the estate of Enrico London at lo a. m., where the steam H. Baldwin of Londonderry, through er. Block Island, will be boarded for a his counsel, Clarke C. Fitts, has charming sail on Long Island Sound, brought a suit for 820.000 against the Xhe scenery about Xew Lopdon is un Central Vermont railroad for damage I equalled. After a sail of about one on account of the death of E. H. Bald- j hour you arrive at Watch Hill at lOuij win who was killed in a collision at . m arriving at Block Island at 12: Vernon station Lec. 3. 1301. Thecase ;;w m-j giving two hours at the is is returnable at the September term of in(j to visit the many attractions. Windham coutftv court. The plain- Tickets to Block Island and return are tiff alleges that 'Mr. Baldwin's death I good to return until Monday, August was due to the fact that his engine I 03, or a stop-over of 10 days will be al was not equipped with an effectual air lowed at 50 cents additional. Tickets or sanding apparatus and that it was must be purchased at station hefore eenerallv out of repair. It will be re- starting. Watch Hill tickets will be membered that the collision occurred j good only August 23. Returning, the between Mr. Baldwin's train and the , steamer will leave Block Island at 2:15 rear of a freight in front of the sta -1 p. m., and Watch Hill at3.:i0p. m., tion at Vernon. Mr. Baldwin saw the ! connecting with the express leaving freight in time but was unable to siop;jsew London at o:20 p. m., tor Brattle resolutions on the death of Col. Hooker the resolutions to be sent to Mrs. Hooker. After the business meeting the veterans paid their respect to Mrs. Hooker and then went by trolley to Prospect Hill cemetery where a wreath was placed on Col. Hooker's grave. PERSONAL AND SOCIAL. L- . ;. .nA tn tirevent being killed jumped and was caught beneath the wheels of the engine and tender. boro and intermediate points. Tick ets at above rates are good only for a continuous passage. adv. 34-lt Dr. E. R. Lynch has leeu in Hoston this week on business. Geo. H. Chihis has returned after his visit in Ouiaha, Neb. Miss Lula Lewis is spemlin a weekat Clare mont Junction. O. M. Laughton went to Springfield Wednes day for a few days. Ir. .lame Conland was in Boston the first of the week on business. Frank Raker is spending a two weeks' vaca tion in Manchester, X. H. and Mrs. F. Rradish. returned to New l ork last Saturday, called by the illuess of her mother. Mrs. Florence Estey. Miss A. ;. Cobb and Mrs. W. H. chase started Tuesday on a carriage drive to West l'awiet to vi.it Sirs. Thomas Cull. Miss Mollie Braekett returned yesterday to her home in Nashua. N. H., accompanied" by Miss rauline Miller who will visit there several days. Misses Anna Howe and Jane Byron returned to their home in Vi'atertown. Slass.. Momlav I after several weeks spent in Brattleboro and Towuslieml. Attorney W. L. Bilrnap has Iteen in town this week on matters relative to the case of Bibber- ' White company against the White River Yal- ; ley railroad. ! Mrs. lleorge C. Baker and daughter. Miss Ger trude Baker, returned to their home in Cleve land. .. Monday after spending several weeks ! at the Brooks Himse. Mr. and Mrs. William B. Goodrich of Boston ; have been spending several days in town. Mr. Goodrich is now traveling for the banking house ; of Merrill. Oldham A Co. SOFT EOSQMED SHIRTS. Perfect fitting garments, tit for a Prince. There is no shirt made that's the equal of the MANHATTAN. The finest fabrics, right in weight and color, cut, made and finished as if each shirt were intended to com pete for a prize and to show the acme of perfection in shirtmaking. SUMMER SUITS Must Go. vpti-r.h.v f,ir 1 vwit nf 10 ilavs ' Ctmrl Hoffman, Pr. Marvin, Miss Julia Jnx .lolin F.limhwn wai. in PlattmiK, N . ..and j llav to New v,,r(i citv aft(.r a vi-it -f two wrek lturlintou tlii? wet k on a visit. i at the ,nUie f lr. and Mrs. K. ii. lvttee. Distrirt Attornev and Mr. .Tames L. Martin j . , n nt . r . ... ... rnn M . t he Utn in -Newport, tin .we. k. Westminster Tuesuav to act as bearers at The Mr. and Mr. Sidney H. Farrare on a 10 days f,meral of Malwl A- ftnt-rt. wife of ieorpe C. vacation in Itton and vii inity. I Wriuht. who died Saturttav after a lone illness Arthur Monroe returned Wednesday several ilavs in Claremont, N. H. Fred Seliiller left Monday tor Texas, going hj the way of Montreal. Itultaloand C liieajtro. Mrs. C C. Iavi has returned to her home in F.;it Montpelier after a visit in Brattlelntro and Greenfield. John 8. Batchelder and Morton ll.irrhel.ler nf Arlington are the pnests of their brother, W. . Batehelder, this week. Mr. and Mrs. L. Gov Howe of Atbol. Ma.?., came to HrattleKro ve?terdav to attend the Inir iaJ of Mr. Howe's uncle who died in the West. after w ith consumption. Mr. and Mrs. A.C. Rrooks and family returned to their home in 1'eim Van. N. V., Monday, hav ing spent several week in llrattlelmro'as the guesT of Mr. anil Mr. F. B. l'utuam and Mr. and Mr. E. I. Whitney. A. P- Child and Hev. Samuel Small were in town Wednedav, having iMken at the Clement , rallv in Bellows Vails the previous evening. Mr. Small spent the day at Hillcrest and left for ; White Kiver Junction in the afernoon, Mr. i Child- going to Bennington to attend the Vet j erans' reunion. I We have decreed that they shall "move on" and regardless of values we have used the pruning knife on prices. .This sale is the snap of the season, and those who have not bought a LIGHT WEIGHT SUIT or are willing to buy another, can have one of high grade material and stylish cut at ----- - $9.89 E. J. FENTON CO.