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Windham County & Vicinity.
All th? News In the Reformer's 5iMiwlcl as Gath
ered bj? a Score of Special Correspondents.
(Other County and Vicinity News on 7th Page. )
HINSDALE.
Joseph Hanna ot the Old Homestead
company and Miss Margaret Golden of
inis town were marneu iu jow ju
city May 7.
Rev. G. H. French of Westmoreland
exchanged pulpits with Rev. W. F.
White of the Congregational church
last Sunday.
A special town meeting will be held
Monday evening, June 1, at 7:30
o'clock to consider the matter of rais
ing the license fees. ,
Miss May Lane closes her engage
ment as teacher in the First grammar
school at the end of this term and will
' teach in Northampton, Mass.
Rev. W. F. White will preBch the
Memorial Day sermon to the Grand
Army, Sons of Veterans and Woman's
Relief Corps next Sunday afternoon at
3 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Britton disposed
of their household goods at auction
Saturday afternoon and have moved to I
Snrintrfield. Mass.. where Mr. Britton
has a position.
Norman Knapp, who drives a team
for the Fisk Paper Co., was quite bad
ly injured near the depot Friday after
noon. The horses started to run and
in an attempt to stop them Mr. Knapp
was thrown. The horses ran for quite
a distance up the track before being
caught.
The graduating class of the High
school will hold class day exercises on
the schoolhouse lawn Tuesday after
noon, June 9. The graduating exer
cises will be in the town hall Wednes
day evening and on Thursday evening
the Junior class will tender a reception
to the craduates. The class of 1904
will hold the annual prize speaking
contest Monday evening, June s.
Mrs. Proctor Roberts and daughter.
Grace, are visiting Mrs. H. C. Holland
nr. Hotel Ashuelot. Elwin Bailey an
son. Earl, went to Littleton last week
for a short stav. Alfred Sprague
drivinsG. M. Writrht's milk cart. H.
F. Horton returned last week, after an
extended stay in Providence. ouite
number from here attended a party
eiven by Miss Delia Streeter at her
home in North Hinsdale Tuesday even
ing. G. M. Oaks was in Unester, Vt,
last week. Harry Piper of Boston was
a guest at Hoyt Day's on the Northfield
road last week. A number of young
neoule from here enjoyed the band con
nert at Brattleboro Wednesday evening.
J. P. Young has been in Concord
this week as a representative of th
Ashuelot court, F. of A., at the state
convention. Miss Grace Ricker was
unable to teach one day last week on
account of illness. Mr. and Mrs. Vic
tor Cote of Greenfield were in town last
week. Mrs. Frank Dickerman and
child went to Arlington, Vt., last week
for a visit. Miss Lilla Hancock spent
Sunday in Greenfield. Ibere is
large band of gypsies camping on the
Island.
rial sermon next Sunday, May 24. All
invited. Mrs. Flake has gone to Man
chester. Mr. Hubbard Is steadily improving
and has taken a few short rides. George
Britton, who has been caring for him
several weeks, has returned to his
home in Hinsdale. Miss Gladys But
ler has resigned her school for the rest
of the term, on account of ill health.
Golden Wedding of Mr. and Hri. Stoddard.
Mr. and Mrs. Trueman Abell Stod
dard celebrated their fiftieth wedding
anniversary at the home of their
daughter, Mrs. Kllen Webber, at West
Somerville, Mass. , May 8. The house
was decorated with flowers and hne
vocal music was rendered. Between
50 and GO friends were present and
many valuable and beautiful gifts were
bestowed. The Somerville Journal
gives a long account of the affair in
the course of which it says: "Mr.
Stoddard was born at Chesterfield, N.
H., July 13, 1829, on a farm which his
great grandfather, David Stoddard,
first occupied in 1767. In the spring
of 1775 the grandfather enlisted in the
Third New Hampshire regiment: was
promoted to sergeant, was in the bat-1
tie of Bennington, and died in the
service. Trueman Stoddard took pos
session of the homestead farm, where,
in 1853, with his bride, he established
a home where they continued to live
until about eight years ago, when the
farm was sold, and they came to West
Somerville to make their home with
BRATTLEBORO LOCAL
MEMORIAL OAT PLANS.
Nearly Completed by Local Committee James
F, Hooker Will Deliver Address.
The committee having in charge the
plans for Memorial day met Wednes
day evening and advanced the work.
All arrangements will be made within
a day or two. As now provided the ob
servance will be as follows:
Public service will be held at the
Auditorium at 2 o'clock Saturday af
ternoon, the 30th. The program will
consist of vocal and instrumental mu
sic, the reading of Lincoln's Gettys
burg address and prayer, followed by
an address by James r. Hooker. At
the close of the meeting the parade will
form at the town hall. It will be head
ed by the marshal and bis aids and the
First Jttegiment band. The uniformed
companies will be Sedgwick post, and
Co. I, V. N. G., acting as escort. The
march will be taken to the soldiers'
monument and thence to the cemetery,
where the graves of veterans will be
dedicated. Marching back to the town
hall the parade will be dismissed.
Those wishing to contribute flowers
are asked to leave them at the Audi
torium Friday afternoon, the 29th, or
Saturday morning.
Sunday morning next Sedgwick post
will meet at Grand Army ball at 9:30
o'clock to attend services at the Uni
versalist church, and will meet at the
town hall at 1 p. m. to go to West
Dummerston. Friday morning, the
29th, the post will meet at Grand Army
hall at 9:30 to attend the High school
exercises at Canal street school and at
the Universalist church. Principal
Whitaker, in behalf of the schools, ex
tends a special invitation to all mem
bers of the Dost. The post will go to
West Brattleboro the morning of Mem
orial day, where services will be held
and the graves decorated.
n i ' 1 - i . I n , r
oeogwicK post anu iuo n uuiu sne-
Mrs. Stoddard was Sally Anne Ten- U'.ef corps will attend the memorial ser
ney of South Koyalton, the daughter
NORTH HINSDALE.
There will be Memorial exercises at
the church as usual.
-A 1 - V.nn nt nvnflioa
A laigo uauw v B.'l""VB "
through here the hrst of the week an
are located on tne lsiano.
A tally-ho party of Brattleboro
friends of Miss Delia Streeter took
deasure ride to her home at Isaac
Streeter's Tuesday night.
Guy Darling of Greenfield is at his
mother's, Mrs. Hattie Darling's. He
is at work in his wood lot getting out
timber for a new home. Ellery Harvey
is in his employ.
Mr. Rosher of New York city is
puest of F. C. Gale. Mr. and Mr8. A
E. Torrev visited over Sunday in
Keene. James Thomas is setting to
bacco. He is ahead again as usual.
Jj. F. Liscum is taking an outing.
SP0FF0RD.
... Rev. N. Fisk will preach a memorial
sermon Sunday, May 1!4.
J. H. Stearns is building a large ad
dition to his hotel at Pine Grove
Springs.
The bodv of Herbert Farr of Worces
ter. Mass.. accompanied by his wife,
was brought here last week Wednesday
for burial in the family lot.
Mrs. Mary Langley has returned to
her home here for the summer having
spent the winter with her daughter in
Washington, D. C Frank Foster and
son Harold of Chicago have come to
snond the summer here. Mrs. L. W.
Slade has taken a business trip to Kan
sas. Mrs. William Smith accompanied
her as far as Chicago, where she has
cone to visit friends. Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Oolton of Hinsdale were in town
Sunday. Several children have the
chicken-Dox and more expect to have it.
Mr. Whitcomb and family have
moved into one of Curtis Beals' tene
ments. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hamilton
and son, Guy, of Keene visited rela
tives here Sunday. Mrs. Sarah Far-
well has returned home, having spent
several weeks in Rhode Island and
Maine with relatives. Mrs. Will Han
num enjoyed a visit from her mother
last week. B. F. Sutton and family
and Mr. Kuhlke and family of New
York have come here for the summer.
CHESTERFIELD.
ThesuDoer at the parsonage Wednes
day evening was a success, about 30 in
attendance.
Rev. N. Fiske will preach a memo-
THE OLD RELIABLE
Absolutely 'Pure
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
of Obed Tenney, whose father died
while serving as a soldier in the Rev
olutionary war. In 1800-61 Mr. Stod
dard was a member of the board of se
lectmen of the town of Chesterfield.
Mr. and Mrs. Stoddard have several
pieces of antique furniture which
originally belonged to the ancestral
homestead. Among the more promi
nent relics are an eight-day hall clock
and colonial desk, both of which are
more than a hundred years old.
WEST CHESTERFIELD.
Mrs. Alice Randall and Mrs. Agnes
Randall went to Windsor Tuesday.
Mrs. Clarence Snow is visiting in Marl
boro, Vt.
About 15 from here were summoned
to Windsor Wednesday to testify on the
case between the N. E. O. P. Insurance
Co. and Robert Bacon, guardian of
the late Winfield P. Kaudall.
Mrs. Mary Whitney will preach the
Memorial sermon here Sunday, May 31.
Friday, May 29, at 2 o'clock, Dists.
No. 1. 9 and 3 will meet at the hall for
the Memorial exercises after which
they will march to the cemetery and
decorate the graves of the soldiers. All
are requested to bring flowers.
WESTMORELAND.
The body of Mrs. Betsey Wheeler,
widow of the late Jonas Wheeler, was
brought May 18 from Neponset, Masa,
where she lived for the past .iz years, to
this town for burial. Two of her daugh
ters came with it and are visiting
friends in town. Mrs. Wheeler was 95
years of age.
Wm. Brown and family of Cam
bridge, Mass , came to their summer
home May 14. Mrs. Kirk Wheeler who
has been very sick was able to ride out
one day last week. Mrs. jonn uood-
now is home again from Keene where
she has been stopping a few weeks.
Rev. Mr. Whitney preached in the
Universalist church Sunday. Lyman
Dinsmore, a former resident of this
town has been visiting his two broth
ers, Harrison and Wm. Dinsmore.
Mrs. Kendall has been ill with a bard
cold. Miss Lois Leach is home once
more.
vice at the Universalist church next
Sunday morning. Rev. Mr. Marvin will
speak oc "Idealism in American Life."
Mrs. Praft will sing "Like as the
Hart" by Alliston and "Praise of
Spring" by Caven. Mr. Brasor will
sing "Hosanna" by Grainer and "The
Bugler" by Adams.
At the school exercises May 29 the
first, second, third and fourth grades
will bold their exercises in the Uni
versalist church at 1 :30 p. m. The
fiftth, sixth, seventh, eighth and ninth
grades will hold their exercises in the
High school at 2:45 p. m.
TWO PRETTY WEDDINGS.
1
The Coming Shoe
for Summer wear is the
"Oxford"
It is not possible to have cool
feet in the same shoes that
do service in winter.
Shoe buyers who want cool
feet should examine our line
of
Douglas Oxfords for Men
$3.50 and $3.00
and
Queen Qualify Oxfords for Women
$2.50
These two lines comprise all
that is best in shoedom. Our
line of Canvas Shoes and Ox
fords is the largest shown in
town, 98c, $1.25 and $1.50.
You get here what we tell
you or you get your money
back.
SHEA, THE SHOEMAN.
Boole Champany. ,
Miss Evelyn DeWire, adopted daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. 11. B. Soule, and
Francis Alexander Champany of Bar
nard, were quietly married Wednesday
noon at the home of the bride's par
ents, Rev. 11. R. Miles of the Congre
gational church officiating. The house
was trimmed with ferns and flowers.
The bride wore white muslin, trimmed
with applique, and was unattended,
the ceremony being simple, owing to
the illness of the bride's mother.
Among the guests was Mrs. Ella P.
Bement of Eastbampton.
VERNON.
Elder McLucas, the Vermont state
evangelist, will preach in the chapel
Sunday at 11 a. m.
Miss Inez Akley has been at home
for a few days from Westfield Normal
school. Miss Edith Hill is in Dum
merston caring for a patient. Miss
Mary Streeter went to Easthamp
ton, Mass., last week because her niece
Martha Jackson, has the measles.
Miss Allie F. Morse returned last week
from visiting in Dorchester, Fall River
and Greenfield.
Eva, wife of Harry P. Smith of
Ashuelot and daughter of Jerome G.
Johnson of Greenfield, died at her
home, May 8, aged 18 years, 7 months.
The funeral was held at the home of
her father, May 11, and burial was in
Green River cemetery. ' Mrs. Smith
had only been married about a year.
She leaves besides her father and hus
band, a sister and three brothers.
Memorial exercises will be held in
Uniou church Sunday. The services
will commence at 2 o'clock in the af
ternoon. Rev. F. IV. Lewis will give
the address,. Mrs. J. H. Frost, Miss
Etta Stebbins and Miss Violette Rey
nolds will sing. It is hoped that all will
feel an interestin the occasion and make
an effort to attend. Flowers are solic
ited and we trust there will be a gen
erous response. The committee request
all flowers, ferns and evergreens to be
at the church at 10 o'clock in the
morning for decorating.
SOUTH LONDONDERRY.
Memorial services at the Baptist
church next Sunday.
The Enworth League gave an anni
versary concert Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. George Abbott have
returned from their visit with friends
Hubbardston. Elmer Lamoson has
finished slating the Methodist church
Rev. M. A. Smith exchanged pulpits
witn Kef. Mr. Brown of rem Sunday.
Fred Dean is in Massachusetts sell
ing agricultural implements.
Fuller Thurston.
Miss Ida May, daughter of Mrs. Lucy
A. Fuller, and Rev. John Thurston,
a Baptist minister of Starksboro,
were married Wednesday noon at the
borne of Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Wil
cox, No. 1 Bullock street, Rev. George
B. Lawson officiating. The bouse was
decorated with ropes of laurel, palms
and mountain pinks, the fireplaces
being banked with ferns and cut flow
ers. The ceremony was performed un
der an arch of laurel, Mrs. Ezra C.
Wilcox of Greenfield was the matron
of honor, Ezra C. Wilcox acted as
best man, and little Warner Hopkins
was the ring-bearer. The bride wore
linen batiste, trimmed with lace and
lavender chiffon, and carried a bou
quet of lilies of the valley. After an
informal reception, at which the bride
and groom were assisted by Mr. and
Mrs. Wilcox, Rev. and Mrs. Thurston
left for a six-weeks' wedding trip.
They will be at home in Starksboro
after July 1. Mrs. Thurston was a
graduate of the Burlington university I
and for three years has been a teacher
in one of the Brattleboro schools.
Among the out-of-town guests were Mr.
and Mrs. N. M. Newton, Mrs. Sarah
Flint, Miss Kilner and Miss Esther
Fuller of Springfield, Mrs. Fred Bald
win of White River Junction and Mrs.
George Goodrich of Millers Falls.
Horse Feed !
Owing to the bad condi
tion of corn this season we
recommend horse owners to
feed the H. O. Co., horse
feed; cheaper than oats and
better than corn.
Weeders,
We have the celebrated
Flat Tooth Weeders, also the
A shaped Weeder with round
teeth. Call and look over our
stock before purchasing else
where. VALLEY GRAIN CO.
FLOUR
FEED
HAY
WEST BRATTLEBORO.
Not a vacant tenement in West Brat
tleboro. The fire department have completed
the water tanks.
Mr. Roberts is taking a pleasure trip
to Bernardston and Turners falls.
Mrs. Marion L. King is stopping
with Mrs. Van Doom for a few days.
The supper and social of the Baptist
ladies with Mrs. E. H. Davenport was
a success every way.
Mrs. Francinia E. Kellogg went
Tuesday to Montague City to be with
a sick friend for a few days,
Active rjrenarations are being made
at the Academy for commencement
week, which will begin May SL The
program is as follows: Sunday, ser
mon before graduating class by Kev.
N. A. Wood in Congregational church
at 7 d. m. : Mondav and Tuesday, pub
lic oral examinations at academy from 9
a. m. to 1 p. m. ; Wednesday, class day
exercises at 3 p. m. on academy
grounds: Thursday, graduating exer
cises in Congregational church at 8 p.
m. : Prin. H. S. Cowell of Cushing
academy will give an address on Edu
cation and Life.
WITH THE
rUDLIv 11 1 in u
fixed on pure food as it is now a
NEWFANE.
Niles Howard has returned from a
visit with his daughter in Boston.
U. S. Marshal Field has notified F.
E. Davis that five Chinamen will be
sent this week to Newfane jail.
Bircbard post G. A. R. and the
Woman's Relief corps will attend ser
vices at the Congregational church
Sunday morning, May 24.
The ladies aid society tendered Miss
Abbie Fish Tuesday a 5 o'clock tea at
the church parlors, when she was the
recipient of a silver cake basket.
The stockholders of the Brattleboro
& Whitehall railroad company will
have a free ride and dinner at the
Brooks House Saturday, the 23d.
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Ceylon and India Natural ureen aeais Demg givenapeatj
of attention by Japan Tea drinkers, as it is similar in flavor. t
color in infusion, but infinitely more delicious and more econonj
than any Japan tea ever grown. Sold in the same form as "SAXAJ
Black tea. Sealed lead packets; only 60c and 70c per lb. jy
grocers. Try a ten cent sample packet.
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WEST DOVER.
Preaching next Sunday at 1:30 p. m.
Mr. and Mrs. Mann of Brattleboro
spent several days with his brother,
W. H. Mann, last week. Ballard How
ard and his sister, Mrs. Araraantba
Cooper, have been spending several
days in Wilmington with their broth
er, Henry Howard, who is quite sick.
The many friends of Mrs. M. J.
Harris will be sorry to learn of her
linens at Greenfield, where she has
been caring for her sister.
EAST DOVER.
W. C. Halladay attended the mis
siunary conference at Brattleboro Fri
day. L. L. Howe and his son, W. D.
Howe, attended H. P. Freeman's fu
neral at Brattleboro Sunday. He was
a relative of theirs.
C. P. CILSOIM.
GREEN RIVER.
Those who Dlanted their nrnns enrlv
find the seed has sprouted and died on
account of dry weather and planting
will have to be done over.
Mrs. Jennie Stanley and baby of
Gardner, Mass., are visiting at her
father's, Geo. Brackett's. Solon Rich
mond moved his goods to Farley Mon
day. Uertie .Nelson of Leyden has
been visiting her sister, Mrs. Fannie
J. nomas. Artnur ijynae nas put id a
separator.
DUMMERSTON.
Memorial day services will be held
at the Congregational church Satur-
ay, the 30th, at 9 o'clock. An address
will be made by Rev. W. P. Jackson.
H. Miller has been engaged to sing
and there will be a short program.
"The Friendly Enemy."
Messrs. Strock and Evans, who present
"The Friendly Enemy" at the Audi
torium Tuesday evening under the au
spices of the ladies' visiting commit
tee for the Home for the Aged and
Disabled, say that it will be an elabo
rate production and that a number o
excellent specialties will be intra.
duced by local favorites. The play is
a four-act society comedy-drama,
written by Arthur A. Griffin, and the
scenes are laid in England and South
Africa during the Boer war.
Mrs. J. G. Ullery, Mrs. C. H. Dav
enport and Mrs. G. H. Ryder are among
tne most interested in tne benem per
formance and the ladies' committee
finds a ready sale of tickets. The cast
is as follows:
Sir Ralph Clifton Alson J. Dugan
Lord Clifton Geo. H. Thompson
Lord Lelghton E.J. Waterman
PatHogan . P. L. Shea
Esbacb tueBoer C. F. Rineham
James Harry Hinpbara
LadyMaida Elizabeth Marshall
Inex Daisy Wells
Lady Fairfield Lou lee Davenport
Alice Stanley Helen Keyes
Count D'Estange E. V. Evans
CHURCH SERVICES.
Universalist church. Reignold K.
Marvin, minister. Morning worship
at iu.au o'ciocn. suoiect of the ser
mon, "Idealism in American Life."
The Grand Army and Relief corps will
attend in a body. Mrs. rratt and Mr.
Brasor will sing. All are welcome.
Christian Science services in Market
block, Sunday at 10:45 a. m. Subject.
"Ancient and Modern Necromancy, or
Mesmerism and Hypnotism." Sunday
school at 12 m. Testimonial meeting
Wednesday at 7 :30 p. m. Reading room
open Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
from z to o p. m. AH are welcome.
At the Adventist Christian church :
Prayer meeting at 10:45 am.. Sunday
school at noon. Preaching at 2 :30 by
Elder J. T. McLucas, state evangelist
of Vt Conf. Subject, "Capital and
Labor," also at 7:30 p. m. Loval work
ers at 6:30. Prayer meeting Thursday
evening at 7:30. All are very cordially
invited to all the services.
Gash Paid for Wool
L. H. A F. A. RICHARDSON.
For Sale Cheap
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL SELL AT
Bonnyvale Stock Farm,
WEST IIRATTLEBORO,
(About three-quartern of a mile on the Bonny
vale road) the following property :
Three new Milch Coww; 2 first-class Driving
Horses, itpeecly; 1 pair Work Horse and har
nesses; 1 Sow and 11 rifts pure bred Berkshire;
1 two-horfe Lumber Wagon, tight body, nearly
new : 1 Surrey with spring back, nearly new; 1
three-spring Express Wagon.nearly new; 1 two-
seated Concord Buggy, Bock well & Sherwin
make ; 2 Hay Tedders, (one Champion, the other
Iron); 1 McCormick Mowing Machine, used two
seasons, with vertical lift; 1 Hinsdale Mowing
Machine, nearly new.
Lot of store fixtures, including those of the
old Brattleboro Savings Hank, (all black walnut),
counters, safes, screens, chairs, etc. Also fix
tures for first-class Gent's Furnishing store,
desk, rack, mirrors, etc.
CHARLES MINER,
BRATTLEBORO.
LICENSED AUCTIONEER,
FOR
Vermont, New Hampshire and Massachusetts.
I have at my Furniture Rooms,
No. i Pleasant St., a large stock of
SECOND-HAND FURNITURE, STOVES,
CARPETS, AND BEDDING,
For Sale Cheap. Antique Furniture
a Specially.
WANTED One dealer In every licensed city
and town In Vermont to sell exclusively P. B. Ale
and Bunker Hill Lager, and to such dealer I will
give sole agency for his location. Apply per
sonally or by mail.
These products are the best that can be made for the money.
Made of the best material, by the best men of long experience
that can be found. We will serve you honestly and fairly,
and it will pay you to keep our goods on draught at yoar
place, because the public knows they are the best goodi
made, and asks for them.
CAUTION TO DEALERS AH persons are warned
against selling spurious ale as P. B. Ale. Prompt meas
ures will be taken, as heretofore to prevent such substi
tution. A. G. VAN XOSTBAXD.
SPOT CASH PAID
for all kindu of Furniture, Stoves, Carpets and
Beddlnir. Parties breakine-iiu house keen in
ji im i uk m'wii, 111 u" urn w (.'"usuii iue.
I will alho furnish a good man to lay carpets,
hang curtains, do upholstering, pack or crate
furniture for moving, or any small jobbing. He
will charge only by the hour. WillfurnWh ex.
celt lor and burlap for packing, also lumber for
crating, at a very reasonable price.
(tire me a call, either by mail or telephone, at
NO. 1 PLEASANT ST., BRATTLEBORO, VT.
Very respectfully, yours to serve,
C. P. CILSON, AUCTIONEER.
Gr. VAN NOSTRAND,
BUNKER HILL BREWERIES ESTABLISHED 1821.
CHARLESTOWN, MASS.
MARRIAGES.
THE WELL-KNOWN
LEWIS PUTNAM
PROPERTY!
SPECIAL IN
MILLINERY !
A drummer closed out bis entire stock of
Outing Hats and I can sell them at
$2.50 each,
and they have lieen J.t.50, 4.00 and 5.00 Hats.
ForGraduates we have lieeu making White
Chlffun Hats and will sell them at the right
prices, and next week will have desirable and
beautiful gifts for the same. Watch the
window.
Mrs. G. H. SMITH,
86 Main Street. Milliner and Hair Dresser.
Telepboae 66-13. .
In Weston, May 12, by Rev. F. A. Woodworth,
George A. Johnson of Soutb Londonderry and
Grace L. Rounds of Weston.
In Florida, Mass., May 9, Martin C. Pbelps of
Monroe and Mrs. Lurinda M. Tower of Florida.
In Wardsboro, May 1, by A. E. Eddv, Esq.,
Sherman Waite and Miss Ida Frost, both of
West Wardsboro.
In West Dover, May 15, bvj. J. Snow, Esq.,
Charles F. Hescock of Wardslioro and Auvuhu
L. Sellfors of Jamaica.
In lirattleboro, May 20, by Kev. H. R. Miles.
Frank A. Champany and Evelyn DeWire, both
of Hrattlehnro.
In New York city, May 18. Francis Ernest
Lloyd of New York and Mary Elizabeth Hart of
Xorthtield, Mass.
BIRTHS.
In Willlamsville, May 8, a daughter to Mr. and
Mrs. Merton Adams.
In Londonderry, May 13, a son to Mr. and Mrs.
William Slason.
In Alstead. N". H., May 3, a daughter to Mr.
and Mrs. F. W. Sherwin.
In Mernardston, Mav 8, a son. Everett Ells
worth, to Edward B. and Lulu Mossie Dooliuie,
Srandson to.Mr. and Mrs. Warren M. Hale and
lr. and Mrs. Edward Doolittle.
In Wliitlngham, May 19, a daughter to Tor
ter and tirace Carrier.
DEATHS.
The Fact
On Prospect Street is offered
Sale for the first time.
for
This includes the large house,
and one of the best building lots
in. town. First-class location;
splendid view. Will be sold at a
very low price on terms to suit
purchaser. Apply to
that every man is liable to illness makes
the protection of the family througb loss
of income occasioned thereby one of seri
ous moment. Ordinary precaution at a
small outlay, would relieve all this anxi
ety. A Special Health Policy In the
Pennsylvania Casualty Company
will do this. Do not buy any Health Pol
Icy that does not afford equal protection.
JAMES B. RAN DOLL,
BRATTLEBORO, VT.
"I
In Brattleboro, May is, Mrs. Lucy Emeline
Barrett, 88, widow of .Sbubel Barrett.
In Bellows Falls, May 11, Herbert Kushee, 29. ;
In Bellows Falls, May 12, Mrs. Mary Blanch- i
In Cincinnati. O.. May 6, Miss Adah E. Barber,
formerly of Wardsboro and Townshend -14
In Woodstock, Mays. Charles F. At wood of
t nuns runs, 'HI.
In Winchester. V. H ftf.ra r u n
Smith, 18. ' " r-
In Snrimrfield. Mass.. M.ri .r a ii.wo.
nierly of Londonderry. 80. .
in Condon. la., April 23, Dr. E. P. Burton, a
native of Windham, 77. '
A'parr1"'' M"y ctavi" p - wi,e of George
In Readsboro, May 13, Marv Erine Pluffer.
daughter of Mr. and sirs. PluHer. 29 d.
i y,?0"- MaJ ,9- Jennie Stone, 34.
in Hill , N. H., May 16, Elizabeth, daughter of
Benj and Eva Stebbins. Callender, 1 year. 8 moi.
60 "ears r Uy Hollftnd Freeman,
DO NOT
EXPERIMENT!
The average person does not
purchase more than one mono
, meot in a lifetime. Io order
that this one purchase should
prove satisfactory, place ;oui
order with a
Reliable Manufacturer
We pose as such, and can guaran
tee satisfaction in design, stock
and workmanship.
Intelligent information oc applicitioa
CEMETERY HILL STORE
We have Just added to our
Fresh Vegetables
C. D. SWASEY i CO,
Cranlte Manufacturers,
Office and Works opposite C. V. Suti
BAR RE, VT.
Asparagus
Cucumbers
Cabbages
Onions
Radishes
Rhubarb
String Beans
Tomatoes
-LINE OF TEAS
A.. V. M
Real Estate Agent, Brattleboro, Vt.
Hard and Soft Wood for Sale.
T V...- . 1 tit. rtf howft nJ
soft wood which I offer for sale at rea
sonable prices. It is all prepared for
the stove in one font lengths. First
come first served.
H. C. CLARK, Brattleboro.
FOX!. 0.A.XaXZ.
Ravins sold mv Oak Rldee Farm in Dnmmer-
tnn, there is a quantity of bay left, both borse
and stock, that is for sale at reasonable price.
inquire at lann. ujis k. buiauju.
the "Gold Star" and "R1 str" Kn.i.
sistine of Oolong, Natural Leaf Japan, Ceylon.
English Breakfast and Rasket Fired Japan giv
ing you as complete a line to select from as Is
BFRRY HuTm1"'"00 imported by
BfcRRY HALL CO., and are classed with the
very oest Teas imported.
H. H. MOWER
vumrtrtNT CLERICAL HELP I
luruiBiiea promptly by the
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STENOORAPHFRS. BOOKKEEPERS TTPE-
JJ"a..r.)RAV operatorT
I ..sc vu application. Address
CAR NELL A MOIT, Albany, W.T.
FRUITS
Bananas Lemons
Oranges Pine Apples
a,ieKh,Te a ,uU 8tock of th bova
quaTit,WegU8ranteetobeo, th8 b"
Grange Store:
COMMENCING
Saturday, May If)
20 OUNCES
FOR A POUND
FOR TEN DAY.
Faultless Mocha and
Java Coffee.
By special arrangement with '4
importers, every purchaser oi
delioinnp Pnffu T?n rprciTe l
-" M fTUA
ounces for a pound or 1 1-4
at the price of a pound for f
next io days. This oner exp-
May 28th.
J. E. CLEAS0
32 ELLIOT STREET.
3
nr
Elliot Street.
COMFORTABLE IN All ITS APPOINTMENTS.
First-class Wine Room.
Family Liqnora Supplied.
ROGERS' INNc
TOST DUMUXSSTOH. VT.
F. G. ROGERS, Prop.
8ltoated six iniw .v. . .
BRATTLEBORO BAKER'
Fresh Bread and Roll-5
Twice a Day.
We also carry a full line of Cake.
Cookies. Cream Puffs. Ed'l
Ladvflnszers. Hseareons.
Etc.
OIR POTATO CHIPS ARE ALWAYS
The celebrated Narramnsett Bay Or!
t our store and cameo in ""JZ,
nnrcnes and fraternal societies s
pecUl attention for tbeir suppers.
HOLLENDER Sl yeaW
A few egg crate and lard barrels for s
targeMtodu.tr,. '
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