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THE WINDHAM COUNTY REFORMER, FRIDAY, AUGUST 14, 1903.
findham County? Sc Vicinity Ml the News in the Reformer's 8alHwicl as Gath ered bjj a Score of Special Correspondents. (Other County and Vicinity News on Cth Pae. ) NORTHFIELD, ribPl'i - naiiiuri mm ouiu inn IIUUBC lold goods at public auction Saturday, Florcm'e Adams was stung on her 1 hv ii bee recently, causing her foe I , . ,, aha nmlld tint truf ri , l,, swen " - Loe for live v-iirhborn and relatives of Mrs. O s.linis save ner a surprise vis unrt-iv nljrht, In honor of her birth .. A very enjoyuuie evening whs Iwnt- . i i . , . . The liiwn party given Dy me uni rian society rriuuy evening, on in? Ihnrrh liiwn was wen attended and Lrmishly enjoyed. The refresh -Hits anil emu oag netted me society a uis Onue M. Brooks, home mis i- . . i . . i.i. himirV. IOOK tliiu KO ""I ween.lj Ir.VPf nit'fiiiiR .1 hist NO. 3 rntliiy evening, one luoii r a t-i u.i,e iii. ,r her Sunji -i 4 xviiien, ii.i-xw iiiion Uoks is a ver' interesting speaker. Adoniriun Leach, for 20 years a res t of Xortnneid, wno nas Dee.i L-kins for Wallace Morgan In Wen- lell this summer, became insane about tvlum at Northampton wnere he dlea kionday night. His body was brought Wendell tor ounai Rev. and airs. Hunt 01 con way ar IwndinK part of their vacation heic Ljiiss Mary Pike of Moore's Cornc I ad Madge and Aiouie Keiuner iron inntaeue City are employed 3 bitresses here through the confer l-.-e Miss Minnie Severance of rrrinz is visiting her uncle, Edwaul severance. ora uaies 01 v lncnesic.-, k. H. has been visiting ner uncio, irkin Fisher. Mrs. N. G. Milliard is l-.tertainlng her mend Mrs. Brow, Springfield, Mass. S. G. Richards lid wife from North Leverett weio Lk to attend the meetings Saturday led Sunday. Fred Alexander of Bo-- lin has made a flying visit to In Irandfather, G. F. . Alexander, thu eek. Sam, who has been staying fcost of tne summer wun nis grand hrents, has gone to his home in Bos- lin but expects to return son to flnldh Ion but expects to return soon to finish lis vacation. F. E. Heald closes his grain busines lug. so. miss c. ai. uarren nas hoved into the mill house near F. Heald's grist mill. Mrs. Arthur Lvman or Atnoi visitea in town last keek. Everett Purple, wife and laughter from Athol are visiting at fe. E. Lyman's. Mr. and Mrs. J. EL live have been for a week at Sand- Inch, Mass., attending the annual re- bion of the Nye family. H. H. Ma- Ion and wife attended the Grange field lay in Athol Wednesday. Miss Kate Donkey from Amherst visited at J. r. Cowles' last week. Miss Jessie Jason from Keene is visiting her lant Mrs. H. H. Mason. Miss Thurs- returned from her vacation Satur- lay, having visited relatives In Lunen- tirg, Fitchburg, Gardner and Leom ister. Mrs. Fanny P. Roe, a lawyer, kidow of the late Jutlge Roe of Ith- la. X. T., and Rev. A. L. Paquette and laughter Ruth' of Fablus, N. T., are siting at Mrs. Nellie Alexander's. !iss Seaverns of Boston Is visiting fa Sarah Mi not. R. H. Minot is rending the summer at Lake Pleas- nt .Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Field, Mr. and Va. C. C. Stearns. Mr. and Mrs. T. Callender and Mr. and Mrs. C. H. P'ebster drove to Lake Pleasant Sun- It te.u.f X'r?ln'a wl" ba ""Id in the m.ieiu Auuitonum. The Hamp. ton quartet will give a musical pro- wnung or uid Time South ern Songs and plantation melodies Addresses will also he auv-a Rev. H. B. Frlssell, D. D principal of ...iito, i nomas u. Walker, a lawyer-farmer from Virginia, and Edward ;M'""' o'oux Indian from Nebraska. The last two speakers graduates and expect to present somo ui ine peculiar reatures of the school. Ihe Hampton Institute was establish ed near Fort Monroe' in 1868 for the negro ana ten years later began to ad mit Indians also. It has also stood for industrial education, and today is rec ognized as a leader In all that pertains iu inuusiriai ana agricultural training. It has sent out over a thousand erad- uates, 90 per cent, of whom have set tled In the South; the majority of them being strong Influences for right nwng in me communities where thev have gone. The work of this school is especially important in the light of recent aeveiopments of the race oues tion in the South. Work of Schools Reviewed. At the Tuesday meeting of the con--rence the work of the Northfield iiools was reviewed. Charles E fickerson of Mt. Hermon school 'scribed the work of that institution. I'd spoke incidentally of the TOO ap ications for next term for whom fiere are accommodations for about P- Albert G. Moodv snoke of the rthfleld training school, which wa.i founded by D. L. Moody for the traln- fs of students in missionary and oth- forms of Christian work. W. ft. pody told of his father's threefold -a with regard to education in these Pools: First, that all education pht to be paid for; secondly, to keep p schools exclusively for those who Nnot afford to eo elsewhere: aud f'ifdly, that the Bible should be em- twaei in the curriculum of thfl Pools. Hon. B. Silliman, who is imminent in educational and Dhilan- firopte movements and is one of the Pstees of the schools Daid a high I'ibute to the grade of academic in fraction in the schools. A Hampton Institute Meeting. Monday evening, August 17, a fating in behalf of Hampton Instl - KNOWS MI-O-NA WILL DO GOOD. leorge E. Creene Has Such Faith 'n this Remarkable Fleah-Form-ing Food That He Sells It Under I Guarantee. "is an unusual thine for a drug- iu to sell a medicine under a gusr I:tee to refund the money if it does give satisfaction, yet this is the IV beorge E. Greene, whose word is Hood as his bond, is selling Mi-o-na, f e remarkable flesh-forming food and pre for dvsDensia lwer before has he had o large a 1-uHltT of nnitAmn foil him that a Nicioe has cured, as since he began "yn -ui-o-na. I uere IS nn Innnai, anv nnwl nt II n V Ei suffering or making their friends JW because nf atumnrh trouble or thinness. l i o-na can be relied upon, to regu- r i"u strenethen thu rinrestive or f.3'nd to build up eood. solid, beau . " ' i'l L 1 J. VI 1 ' . " ri I Pllarnnta, A,in thu mnn. I II It d,. ... H. M'len an agreement to this effect, pake Vour word aa tr whether Mi- I r or Dot- landaches, all forms of indigestion. berore the eye-, dizzy feeling, n'e imh. ... .11 f,.rma nf liver "tiles, ema,-i.ti.,n rranoml rUD- conditions are cured by Mi-o-na. r f dave1 , . . I -. Mnnairl. f.. i iirmuiriiiijiiuwo win in health, and a cure T-dj follows. is tha ku ;n h whole lri? th enjoyment of good health. U and vou will soon oe in " Perfect nnnAi.nn that VOU Will rier.- BERNARDSTON. E. D. Stratton has boueht the farm of Mrs. A. F. Rice, of East Bern ardston. Thomas returned to Melrose Thurs day, Arthur and family will remain some time longer. The women of the grange were in vited to meet with Mrs. E. B. Halo, Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Hale attended the funeral of Mr. Read, Mrs. Hale's father, in Heath Sunday. Mrs. Patten was called last week to Sanbornton, N. H.. on account of ths illness of an aunt, since deceased. Harris Williams of Athol has sold his house, now occupied by Dr. Hoi ton, to real estate agent Wolfskiei of Greenfield. Rev. W. H .Adams has been ap pointed general agent for Chautau qua books and supplies in western Massachusetts. Mrs. Patten is to deliver a lecture in Springfield, N. H., Saturday evening and will give an Old Home Week sermon the following day. Rev. G. W. Patten occupied the pul pit of the Goodale Memorial church Sunday in the absence of Mr. Mars land who was called to the funeral of his father. E. E. Benjamin invited about thirty guests to a clam-bake Saturday even ing. Some came from Brattleboro, some from Greenfield, others from the town. The feast was a success. Mrs. John Allen of Jamaica, was In town the early part of the week. Mrs. Lucy Cushlng Deming, son and daughter are guests of her parents Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Cushman. Mr. Deming has gone to Hartford. Thom as and Arthur Cushman have recently passed some days with their mother. Notwithstanding the unfavorable weather, a good number of patrons at tended the August grange meeting. An Interesting discussion on "The best time to sow grass seed and the amount per acre, a question of prac tical importance, was first on the pro gram and was enjoyed by all. The August number of the Grange Gazettq was read by Mrs. M. L. Corbett. The next meeting will be held Wednesday evening, Sept. 2. The roll call will be on the program for entertainment. J. H. Demond, with son and daugh ter. Dr. and Mrs. Shores, and Paul Demond Shores, of Northampton, passed the day Monday by invitation with Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Browne. William J. Tyler of Boston arrive:! Saturday evening to Join his family nt A. r. Browne's where they have hoon snendine the summer. Hon. Levi Fuller and son of Washington, D. C, cousins of Mrs. L. S. Nash, have lipen her euests within the weeK. io gether they have visited the ancestral premises of the Newcombs in Leyden and Bernardston. Miss Helen r lagg and sisters of Springfield have recent ly visited their grandfather, Mr Hartwell. Mrs. Thomas Clary and son of Northampton are guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Thompson. A. Alford is tax collector. conference at Northfield was In town over Sunday attending service and taking part in that and Sunday school. He made short visits at the homes of his relatives. Martin Pixley, with his wire and daughter, of Springfield have been spending a week's vacation at Mrs. Pixley's brother's, U. T.-Darl Ing's. Henry Darling who has been In the state of Ohio through the winter and spring has returned to his broth er's U. T. Darling's. Charles Marcy and wife of Coleralne attended the lawn party and spent the night at Mr. Marcy s sister s, Mrs. U. .T. Darl ing's. Mrs. Brock of Haverhill is spending the week with her sister Mrs. E. D. Lane. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Ware of Northfield were over Sunday guests at John Newcomb's and Mrs, E. D. Sawyer's. VERNON. Miss Florence Barnes sprained her ankle last Tuesday. There will be no preaching In Union church next Sunday. Vernon Grange will hold its regular meeting next Saturday evening. The Ladies' Circle will meet next Wednesday afternoon at their rooms. The Baptist Sunday school of Brat tleboro had a very pleasant picnic at the Doolittle farm Saturday. E. H. Akley celebrated the close of the haying season Monday by a picnic for his employes and their families and "the neighbors." Eighty-one people accepted the Invi tation and assembled at , "Woodlawn" early in the afternoon. After games and a social hour, supper was served Many congratulations were given to Mr. Akley upon the fair crop of hay, over 200 tons, which he has stored In his barn, all in fine condition. Miss Hannah Conway of Amherst, Mass., is visiting Miss Inez Akley, Miss Mary Weaver and her little sla ter, Ruth, from Northampton, Mass., are at J. A. Beers's for a short time. The two children of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Johnson who have been very ill are recovering. Mrs. J. E. Webster and Miss Maud Webster have return ed from West Brattleboro and are at E. H. Akley's. Mrs. Cora Fox and daughter, Mrs. Charles Clark, of New York and Mrs. F. G. Pettee of West Brattleboro spent Tuesday with Miss Zelia Johnson. Mrs. Hattie Baker of Springfield, Mass., has been, visiting Mrs. S. W. Bailey and other friends in town. Miss Ruth French who has been at G. H. Hubbard's has returned to her home in Springfield, Mass. Miss Annie Ridebut of Neponset, Mass., has returned to her home af ter spending a few weeks at her cous in's, M. L Reed's. Miss Clara Wood ward of Providence, R. I., Is visiting at Mrs. L. F. Putnam's. Mrs. Ban croft of Worcester, Mass., is the guest of Mrs. Julia Frost at her home on Tyler Hill. WILLIAM8VILLE. Mrs. Hedenberg and daughter Bella of Newark, N. J., are visiting her all ter, Mrs. C. W. Freyenlwgen. Mrs, Jennie Washer and Mrs. Roy Washer of Claremont, N. H re at Franli Washer's. Mrs. E. E. Goddard, of Gardner, Mass., and Miss Mildred Cooley of Cambridge, Mass., have been visiting their father, G. C Cooley. Mrs. A. E. Atwood spent Sunday at George Manchester's. Miss Luella Wllliums returned Sat urday from a several weeks' visit in Boston and vicinity. She was as companled by Miss Vida Chase who comes to visit her sister, Mrs. John E. Morse of South Newfane. L. R. Plummer and Mrs. Newton Staples of Brattleboro spent Sunday at C. K Stedman's. Mrs. Plummpr anl daughter have been here sever il weeks. Mrs. George Putnam of New London, Conn., is with her daughter Mrs. Frank Washer. Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Sherman and grand-daughter Marion, are at Saratoga this week. Miss Carrie Stedman left Wednesday morning for a visit In Boltonville and Newbury, this state. Mrs. Dana Stedman Is spending several days at Brattleboro. Mrs. Ernest Marcey and daughter Ellen of Brattleboro are guests of Mrs. Marcey s sister, Mrs. Albert Sherman. Miss Minnie Hes cock has gone onto Dummerston Hill to spend several days. Q w. Dickin son was in Springfield, Mass., last week. Mrs. W. H. Newton has re turned td her home In Wallingford, Conn., after several weeks spent with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Dick inson. C. H. Dickinson went to Wal llngford, Wednesday, to spend several days. SOUTH VERNON. Mr. and Mrs. George Whittemor returned to Westfield, Mass., Wednes day, after two weeks here. Mrs Mary Dickinson is a guest at F. W John son's. Mrs. S. B. Houghton of Wor cester, was a recent visitor there. Jessie Baker of Manchester. N. H.. is visiting at C. H. and W. E. New ton's for a week. He goes from hero to NothfteId, Mass., to visit Mrs. F Woodard. Mrs. W. A. Prouty spent a few days in Marlboro the first of week. The Misses Ruth and May Weaver of Northampton, Mass., are guests at J. A. Beers's. Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Lee spent Sunday at Lake Pleas ant. H. C. Thrasher of Turner's Fall is making his farewell trip with hi-i tin cart in town. LEYDEN. Rev. E. D. Lane on Sunday took for his text Phil. Hi: 13, "This one thing I do." He said in part, "This Is an age of centralization. It is better to do one thing perfectly, than to do many tkinm imnorfectlv. Life is too short to do all things so we must choose that thing we will do." The lawn party brought a cool even ing as usual but the town hall was conveniently near so those that wish ed availed themselves of the shelter and added comrort, uuesw .. Coleralne, Bernardston, Greenfield and New Tork City were present The music by the Bernardston nana wan much enjoyed. Although quite a number planned to attend the Grange Field Day at Cole ralne, Thursday, C. F. Severance the master of the local grange, with his wife and W. C. Campbell, wife and daughter were all that went The threatening weather prevented others taking the long drive but those that did go were well pleased with the speaking and thought they were re paid for the effort Guy Severance, with Leila and Les lie Gallupe, spent a few days at W. C. Smith's in West ueenieiu.-.-Baxter Reed of Bernardston spent a day recently wltn ner "" John CarlisleMr. and Mrs. Frank uu. and son have gone to New S"., ..... visiting. C D. Sawyer spent Sunday with nmother--"r"; A. ;. Gallupe and Forest were at her father'. Sunday and Monday and took Leslie and Leila home with her They had been at their grandfathers a week.- Gertrude Mowry Is at her fathers. H. A. Mowry . - r Hope Alvord of come to ner - vk Buddington to home frorn New JTork City for the rest of the month Mrs. John Carlisle and Mrs. B. D. Sawyer . a Friday. In Bernardston. !har Doling of New York City spent last week " . " : Darling William Heron wno '""JT at his father's for some time left Mon day for California. He to travelinc In the interest of an Insurance com-pany.-Re. Frank B. Sereranc of Seville, N. Y, who to attending the GUILFORD CENTER. .There will be a picnic Saturday of the young people on F. E. Thayer's hill. A party of young people met at Grange hall Friday evening and en Joyed a dance. Music was furnished by Elmer Goodnow. Several of the members of Broad Brook grange and the neighbors met Friday and Saturday to help R. W. Akley with his haying. Mr. Akley who is sick with inflammatory rheu matism, is improving. Mrs. Ida Putnam, of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Willllams of Greenfield, Mrs. Graves of Conway, Mass.. Mr. and Mrs. John Franklin of Millers Falls, and Mrs. Parker of Gill were the people from out of town who attended the funeral of Mrs. W. G. Worden Thursday. Schools commence In Guilford, Aug. 24, with the following teachers: Guil ford Center, Miss Etta Hobart; north school, Nora Jaqueth; Worden dis trict, Abbie Jaqueth: Hlnesburg, Flora Jaqueth: Algiers, Flora Bennett: An drews district, Lena McCaffrey; Ja cobs school, Mabel Goodenough; Green River, Mary Coombs; Baker school, Lula Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Covey of Grafton are spending the week with his moth er, Mrs. Amos Prouty. J. F. Bryant of Worcester and L. M. Walker of Boston are visiting at E. D. Conyer's. Mr. and Mrs. Alton Gile of Keene, N. H., are at F. C. Richardson's for two weeks. Mrs. L. E. Japueth vis ited Mrs. Alice Morse, in Brattleboro last week. Elmer Goodnow lost a nice cow last week. Mrs. Sarah M. K. Bullock finished work at W. G. Worden's Sunday and Is with her son and family. Jason Baker went to Greenfield Monday where he has em ployment In a meat market. Dr. Edgar of Athol visited at G. W. Prouty's over Sunday. Creon Miner returned from the Farren hospital in Montague, Mass., Monday. Baxter Worden and wife from Warwick, Mass., visited at his father's, Marcus Worden's, over Sunday. Miss Elolse Goodnow visited Mrs. Solon Richmond in Farley, Mass., over Sunday. Mrs. Kate Howard went to Brattleboro Tuesday to visit Arthur Howard. Mrs. O. Day Is boarding at E. W. Le gate's. Mrs. Emma Cook and daugh ter Ada, from Fitchburg. Mass., vis ited at F. E. Thayer s three days last week. Mrs. Eliza Cutting of Cam bridge. Mass., is visiting her brother, p. E- Wrard. Leon Thayer returned to Brockton. Mass Monday. Mrs. Marilla Barney who has been with her flan eh ter. Mrs. F. L. Wellman, for a few weeks returned to her home Sat urdav. Abble Jaqueth Is in Brattle boro for a visit the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Pettee of Canal street Mrs. Choloe Works and son Charlie of Dea Moines. la, are with her mother, Mrs. C. p. Potter for the summer. Mrs. C A. Clark who has been with her daughter, Mrs. S. M. Bullock, since AnrlL left Friday to visit In Brattle boro and West Chesterfield before re turning to her home in Springfield, Mass. NEWFANE. The Ladles' Aid will hold the last of their series of ice cream sales Satur day evening from 7 to 9 o'clock. The regular meeting of the Newfane grange was held at Union hall Wednesday evening. The following short program was given: Reading, Mrs. Lena DeWitt; solo. W. L. Micott; reading, Mrs. Edith Farntim; piano solo, Mrs. Ada Brown. It was de cided to have a grunge picnic on the old fairground Saturday, Aug. 22, which all grangers and their friends are Invited to attend. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Randall wl o have peen visiting Mr. Randall's sis ter, Mrs. F. J. Micott, have returned to their home In Springfield, Miss Stella Micott accompanying them for a visit with relatives and friends In that place. O. K. Davis of South London derry Is In town. Charles Newtoa who. has been in Florida for the past five years, is now stopping with h.'s sisters, the Misses Newton. Miss Ma bel Winchester of Brattleboro Is vis iting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. David Ballou. Mrs. Herbert Williams and daughter, Mabel, and Miss Mamie Smith of Cedarhurst, L. I., are with Mrs. Williams' parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Hawkins. Mrs. G. E. Davids jh has returned from her visit In Towns- hend. Mrs. C. P. DeWitt of Brattle boro has been In town a few days. WARDSBORO. William Martin died of pneumonia at George May's, Saturday evening. The funeral was held Monday at 9 o'clock and burial was in Bellows Falls. His mother, wife and brother arrived Monday night too late for the funeral. The A. Z. club will have a sale of fancy articles, home-made candy, Ice cream, cake and coffee at Grange hall, Aug. 20, afternoon and evening. The fancy toys will be from Mr. Rams dell's. Gardner. There will be a short entertainment In the evening. Mrs. Julia Wood of South Deer- field, Mass., is visiting her brother, H. C. Bemis, and nieces, Mrs. Luther Kanies and Althea Terrill. Professor Hartig Nissen of Boston, Mass., is visiting at Mr. Foglestad's. Miss My- ra Ware of Newton, Mass., Is visiting her mother, Mrs. Julia Ware, and sister, Carrie. Dr. Charles Bliss and family of Laverne, Iowa, are visiting his mother, Mrs. Mary Bliss. Walton Fletcher and his mother are visiting in Dorset and other towns. J. E. Gleason spent the first of the week with his mother and children. Recent vis itors at the hotel are J. L. Morse and wife, F. G. Morse, F. R. Morse and C. Morse of South Newfane; Irene MucManlis, Petersham, Mass.;C. M. Dexter, Troy. N. Y.; Misses Ella, Sue and Bessie MacDougull, Lansingburgh, X. Y.; M. D. Leonard and wife, Wat erbury, Conn.; S. Wells, E. Wells, F. Bewsej', D. Bewsey, Brattleboro. Mr. Manley is spending his vacation with his wife at Spencer Robinson's. Mrs. Fred Cluett who has been spending the summer with her mother, Mrs. Dexter, has returned to her home n Troy, N. Y. D. Leonard and wife who have been visiting relatives in town returned home. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Wait, Frank Wait, wife and sister have been calling on relatives and friends the past week. James Ben son and wife have returned from Bondville. Mrs. Leslie Benson and daughter Lida, are visiting at H. C. Benson's. Mrs. William White and son of Willlamstown are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Robin son. Clara Wolf spent Sunday with her brother Max. in Putney. Harry Wilbur spent Sunday in Putney. Mrs.- Sprague of Northfield. Mass., is visiting her brother, Preston Knapp. JAMAICA. Our hay crop is fine and gets better each day. Examination of teachers waa held Wednesday, Aug. 12. Four from Ja maica took the examination. Preaching morning and evening In the Baptist church by the pastor, Ernest H. McEwen. Morning subject Unanswered Prayer; evening, Christ the Life, the first of a series of Sun day evening talks on Christ Preach ing at East Jamaica at 8 o'clock. The W. C. T. U. of Jamaica gave a supper on Wednesday, Aug. 12, to the teachers of Jamaica. In the evening In the Congregational church, quite an enjoyable and instructive enter tainment was held. The question of the best method of teaching temper ance from a scientific standpoint was discussed at length. Our town should be proud of its teachers. They are doing excellent work and should be better supported and more heartily en couraged In every effort put forth for the betterment of our boys and girls. Miss Edith Clark spent last week attending the summer school at Townshend. Mrs. L. B. Newman and Mrs. F. Howard are spending a week at Northfield, Mass. Mrs. Bossard and daughter of Philadelphia, Pa., niece of Mrs. Carver, are spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Carver of this place. Mr. and Mrs. Howe are visiting Mr. and Mrs. James Muzzy. Mrs. Drulry of Weston who has been visiting Mrs. Carver, has re turned to her home. Mr. Cheney is quite sick. A Pretty Home Wedding. One of the prettiest weddings of the season took place Wednesday even nig, Aug. 5, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Howard, when their youngest daughter, Maud, was unit ed in marriage to Arthur Tripp of Brattleboro. Rev. M. F. Hardy of West Townshend performed the cere mony, using the ring service. The house was beautifully decorated with evergreen, pine boughs, goldenrod, sweet peas and daisies. The wedding party entered the par lor to the strains of the wedding march played by Mrs. F. A Blood of West Townshend. The bride was giv en away by her father. They were at tended by Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Howard of Brattleboro and Miss Harriett Boynton of Cambridge, Mass., and Stella Howard were ushers. The cer emony was performed before a bank of evergreen and directly beneath a horse-shoe of daisies. The bride wore a handsome gown of white brocaded silk, trimmed with lace and ribbon; she wore a veil and carried a bouquet of sweetpeas. After the ceremony an informal reception was held. Re freshments of Ice cream and cake were served by Misses Addie and Rita Mor gan and Masters Wilmont and Her bert Boynton.. The presents were many and beau tiful. Including a handsome oak rock er, besides articles in glass, silver, china, linen, etc. The guests from out of town were H. F. Tripp of Windham, Mrs. Henry Morgan, Misses Rita and Addie and Master Hervey Morgan of Windsor; Mrs. Rebecca Skinner. Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Barber. Miss Belle Tower, A. S. Burt. Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Howard, Sir. and Mrs. B. F. Howard of Brat- j tleboro; Mrs. W. W. Boynton, Miss Harriet Boynton, Master Wilmont and Master Herbert Boynton of Cam bridge, Mass.; Dr. Gale, Mr. and Mrs. F. A Blood of West Townshend; Mr. and Mrs. Howe, Burt Howe of Windham; Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Howard, Miss Ella Howard of Maiden. Mass.; Mr. and Mrs. Carpenter of X'ewfane. Mr. and Mrs. Tripp will live in Brat- leboro. DRUGLESS HEALING. WESTMINSTER. George Wright had his flock of sneep raiaea last week oy aogs De- Hyomel Cures Catarrh by Nature's " " irri, 1. wn Wlsthod-No Stomach Dosing, birthday. Aug. 10. in a very pleasing In treating catarrh, why not use the manner, 35 of his relatives and neigh- same common sense as in caring for a bors spending the evening with him. burn? No one would take a pill or a Miss Mary Darling is spending the tablet to heal a burn or sprain, and no week in Leominster, Mass.-MIss Nel- one ought to think of curing catarrh of He Fenn has returned from her visit ..... , 7,, . . , L in Springfield, Mass.-Fred Fenn is the hel,d b' swallowing pills, tablets taking a two weeks' outing In Weston, or other toraach drugs. Medicate the Vt. Miss Mary Parsons of Northamp- air you breathe with Hyomei. This ton, Mass., Is the guest of Miss Carrie t.-R.tmflnt oes to the most remote air 11' ........ I,!... A W..H. TT . . . .. - V. n Una I nnnciii wins nuiciia nunt wuu iihd been for a fortnight at G. H. Albee's, cells in the head, throat and lungs,, - . i . . returned to her home in Westboro, searcnes out and destroys every ca- Mass., Thursday. J. H. Holton of St tarrhal germ, and niBkes a complete Albans was an over Sunday guest at Dd permanent euro of this disagree- F. I. Lane's. Miss Bertha Holden of b'e disease. Claremont, N. H., Is visiting at W. S. Ane complete uyomei outnt consists Fenn's. Edward Brigham of Hudson, ' 8 ne? inhaler that is so small and Mass., Is visiting friends In town. convenient that it can be carried in the . furl Kwlt7r la ononrllno- tha nraalr Vest POCket Or PUrSB, 8 modicine dfOP- at James Miller's. Mrs. W. A. Sargent Per aDd, " bottle of Hyomei. This and daughters of Bellows Falls have costs only $L 00, and will effect a cure been spending the past week with Mr. ',n any ordinary case, In chronic and and Mrs. Wellman. Mrs. Emma Ham- aeep-seatea conamons, longer use is mond, after a month's stay In town, necessary, ana wen extra Dotues or returned to Boston Wednesday. Supt Hyomei can be obtained for 50c. and Mrs. Bishop attended the North- n.yomei is nature s true meinoa or field meetings Monday and Tuesday. curing catarrh and the most economi Miss Lucy Cannon went to Northfield "al of a1' treatments for this disease, for Wednesday and Thursday's meet- George E. Greene has so much confl- ings. DUMMER8TON CENTRE. The grangers had their usual fort nightly meeting Tuesday evening. The rain prevented a large attendance. dence in the powers of Hyomei to cure catarrh, that he sells it under his per sonal guarantee to refund the money to any purchaser who can say that it did not give satisfaction. You run no risk whatever when you buy Hyomei. If it cures, the treatment is inexpensive; It Is understood that Miss White of if it does not cure George E. Greene Woodstock, a former teacher here, will will refund your money, and it costs have the school in No. 1, the coming you absolutely nothing. term. The ladles on the committee of ar rangement for Old Home day met with Mrs. Dustln Reed Tuesday af ternoon. Gen. Lucia's Maple Sugar Treat. ' In the name of the department of Vermont, G. A. R., Gen. J. H. Lucia of MontDelier. oast deuartment corn- Miss Bertha Wright is convalescing mander, has of his own expense pre- and is able to be out in her wheel chair. We all congratulate her on her recovery. Old Home day will be observed at Dummerston Centre Thursday, Aug. 20. All are cordially invited to be pres ent on this occasion. pared a unique courtesy for the or ganizations to assemble in San Fran cisco and also for the municipal offi cers and daily press representatives of that city. About 100 one-pound boxes of maple sugar, each box con taining eight two-ounce cakes, have Mr. and Mrs. Mansfield are visiting been prepared for distribution. Eacn pacaage is lnscnoeu t-are jnapie Sugar" and is marked with the com pliments of the department of Ver mont, tied with red, white and blue ribbon and bears the green badge with the name Vermont in gold letters which all visitors from this state will relatives in Chesterfield this week. Miss. L. Keyes of Grand Rapids. Mich., and Miss Fanny Baker of Springfield, Vt., daughters of Mrs. Celia Miller Keyes and Mary Miller Baker and grandchildren of the late James Miller, have been visiting rel atives here and In Brattleboro the past wear. week. Dr. Miller of Brattleboro Is taking a much needed rest at his old "re Copy Added to State Library, home among these Dummerston hills. The state library at Montpeller has Mrs. Dunklee and daughter of Som- recently secured a very rare copy of ervllle, Mass., left Mrs. Pratt s for their a book entitled A Defence of the home Tuesday. Mrs. Fayette Miller Right of the New Hampshire GranU has been spending a week at W. F. (so called) on both sides of the Con- Walker's, necticut river, to associate together and form themselves Into an Inde- WEST DUMMERSTON. pendent State." A copy of this book Hueh Rogers arrived home after a was sold at the Brinley sale in 1896 Ions absence attending to his business fo" 10. although today it is valued in the rranite auarries In Hardwlck. much higher. It is a 16 mo. book of He returned Wednesday and says they 80 Pages and was printed by Alden have six hundred men emnloved there Spooner in 1779 at Dresden, now Ktopa Ike Coat mm4 worka oft the Cola. Laxarlr Hmtno-Qntalna Tmbleta rurr a eoH lm omr dy. No cure, ao Pay. ITk era la. GUILFORD. There will be service in Christ church Sunday, August ' 16, at 2 o'clock. The Ladies' circle will meet in their rooms, Aug. 20, in the morning, as there is work to be done. Mr. Goodnow who lives on the Wl--lard Weatherhead farm has lost 8. valuable cow this week supposed to be the work of a poisoner. Mrs. M. H. Cook of Fitchburg who is son visiting her sister, Mrs. George H electricity. Thomas of Brattleboro, called on old acquaintances here Tuesday. Miss , Bene Uoodenougn spent last weeK with her aunt Mrs. H. Newton.--Miss Fay of Brattleboro also spent the week here with her sister, Mrs. Frank Johnson. EAST JAMAICA. Foxes are getting quite tame, catch- ng poultry for people right In the day time. News has been received from George Hale of New Mexico who has Just undergone an operation. He is on tin. gain. L. E. Phelps went to West Dummer ston Saturday to work for Holden at Martin. E. S. Allen is at Wardsboro helping Bert Knight at haying. Mrs. Tommy Johnwon of Springfield, Mass.. is visiting at E. A. Selfor s. Mrs. Jessie R. Ranney and daughter of Saxton's River have been visiting her sister, Mrs. Viona Howe. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Tripp called on friends the last of the week. M. W. Howard and family returned to their home in Brattleboro Sunday. Harry Densmorc has been in town the past week. W J. Allen went to Brattleboro Satur day. F. M. Butler and daughter Helen came Friday to visit his brother, E. M. Butler. Rev. George Prentice vis ited his sister, Mrs. E. M. Butler, over Sunday. Mrs. Abner Brister's mother and granddaughter are visiting her. John Howard is visiting at E. Thayer's. cutting stone. Miss Longfellow from Washington, D. C, is on her return from a trip to the Thousand Islands, visited her sis ter, Mrs. R. A. Knight, this week. G. C. Wandllng from New York, an old merchant friend of R. A. Knight made him a short visit last week on his return from Burlington. Mrs. A. O. Norcross and daughter Gertrude are visiting in Boston and vicinity. Miss May Russell has returned to New London. Conn., accompanied by her aunt, Mrs. Ed Russell, to South Ver non. An extra flying express Hanover, N. H. It contains sundry paragraphs of letters from the presi dent of the council of New Hamp shire; resolves of a convention held on the New Hampshire Grants, at Cornish, December 1778. It also has the defence which is dated December 1. 1778, signed by Jacob Bayley, Eli- sha Payne and Beza Woodard, a ma jority of the committee appointed by the assembly of Vermont to prepare it. Gen. Nelson A. Miles was retired for went age Saturday from his position at the over the C. V. R. R. Wednesday with officials of the road. (Deferred from last week.) The high license commissioners met Thursday to hear reports from those desiring to make complaints. None were made. Mrs. Downs, brother and daughter, relatives of F. O. Downs, from Clare mont, N H., are visiting nere a few days. Mrs. S. Washer was called this week to Haverhill, Mass., to visit a brother critically 111. head of the army by a brief order con taining no word of commendation from President Roosevelt or Secretary Roo , who signed it. Gen. Miles is attend ing the national encampment of the G. A R. at San Francisco this week and there is talk of electing him nn- ' tional commander of of the veterans. His friends resent the lack of court esy shown in the final acts of his re tirement. Gen. Miles was 64 years of age Saturday. SOUTH WINDHAM. Rev. Mr. Thorne who has been ab sent two weeks, will occupy the pul pit next Sunday. Gladys and Myrtle Cutler, two little girls who have pass ed the summer nt William Fales's, re turned this week to their home in Boston. Mrs. A. J. Baker is sick. Miss Helen Fales of Boston Js visiting her parents. Mrs. Messerve and son and Miss Tufts of Brooklyn, are guests at Rev. W. H. Thome's. Miss Persis Jennison has returned to Low ell, Mass., where she is employed as clerk in a store. SOUTH WARDSBORO. Some farm buyers have been in this section of late and have bought two farms for homes: one the Fred John son farm, not far from here in the edge of Dover, the other the Mrs. Je rusha Underwood place lying partly in this town and partly in Townshend. Work of Lightning Tuesday. During the heavy thunder shower of Tuesday evening, the lightning struck a large pine tree in rront oi J. uun- can's house, splintering it to pieces. It ran along the ground to the house which is a large two-story one, break ing nearly every light of glass in the windows in front which were of large size, and scattering the frag ments through the house. It also tore off clapboards and plastering, ruining shades and moving a large stone doorstep away from the house. The shower was the heaviest of the sea- and gave a grand display of The Presidency of the United States Is regarded as the highest gift in the power of the people, but the appointment by the President of the Postmaster at Mineral Point CaL, 12,000 feet above the seajs a still high er one. The G. O. Taylor Old Bourbon and Q. O. Taylor Pure Rye Whiskies, however, occupy the highest place in the opinions of physicians, connois seurs, and the public at large, as beverages of unexcelled purity and ex cellence. Sold by licensed dealers gen erally. See that proprietors' firm name Is on the label and over the cork. Sealed bottles only. 6. 0. Taylor wlukiai uaj by critical JadgN, WEST WARDSBORO. Recent arrivals at Hazel Cottage have been Misses Spotten and Ham mond. Mrs. Price and two daughters, Mr. Harris of New York and Mrs. St others of Staten Island. Miss Mildred Shine of Chester and Mr. and Mrs. Casty of Amherst, Mass.. are at Mrs. M. L. Shine's for a few weeks. Charles Shine is enter taining his guests at Grout Pond for a week. Mrs. Shine, with a few others from here, attended the recent reunion of veterans at Townshend. In addition to his regular setvlces Sunday. Rev. R. A. Nichols attended an early funeral for a child of Mr. Martin at Griffith's Mill and in the afternoon one at Taft'a Mill in Strat ton. Wednesday afternoon he attend ed the burial of Mr. Bewsey who waa brought to our cemetery from Brattleboro. MARLBORO. Alvin Johnson is seriously ill. -Mrs. Charles Ryder who has been quite ill is Improving, as is also Mrs. Anna Baxter. Melvin Dalrymple has moved into the house on the place formerly owned by Joseph Johnson, and Is cutting hay there. The many friends of Mrs. John Howe will be glad that she has returned much improved, from the Greenfield hospital where she went for treatment. Clarence Worden came from New York Saturday to spend his vacation with his mother and other friends. Mr. and Mrs. Green Wrorden of West Townshend are also here with his mother, Mrs. G. Stanclift Mrs. Eliza Taylor and granddaughter of Feeding Hills, Mass., are visiting friends in town. H. D. Brayman of Northampton made a short visit in town this week. Willard S. Allen, treasurer of the Preachers' Aid society of the New England conference of the Methodist Episcopal church, is a self-confessed absconder to the amount of about 1110,000. He says he lost the money in speculation. Allen has disappear ed from Boston. He has been treas urer of the society for 12 years and clerk of the East Boston district court for 29 years. For nearly 40 years he has been prominent in the legal cir cles and political and social life of East Boston. He was the intimate friend of Gov. John L. Bates. $10. 000 of his spoils belong to the N. E. Methodist Historical society. W. J. Bryan, at the opening of the Ohio Democratic campaign last week called Grover Cleveland a bunco steer- er, and declared that the Democrats played a confidence game in 1892. He suggested John W. Bookwalter of Ohio, as a suitable Democratic candi date for president. . O. Tartar Walakiea, ngarM ai Staaaarfl. WHITINGHAM. Mrs. Merton Wheeler Is very ill. Her mother, Mrs. Charles Dix, is with her. A pleasure party from the village which included several out of town guests, visited the big boulder Monday, Farmers are becoming quite dis couraged over the question of finishing their haying. Many are not yet half through, owing to poor weather and scarcity of help. Rev. Mr. Fisher supplied the pulpit at the Baptist church Sunday. An other candidate is expected to preach there next Sunday, the church being as yet without a settled pastor. Arthur Dalrymple Is sick with the measles at Mrs. Jennie Wheeler's where he is boarding. Calvin Baker started Tuesday for East Templeton, Mass, and other places where he will visit relatives. Mrs. Ida Murdock vis ited in Sherman Wednesday. Mrs. William Loom is and daughter. Hazel, of Athol, Mass., are In town on a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Snyder. Mrs. Lurrissa Brown has returned from Rowe. ii ii IS THE 1 How and Why Cal-Cura Solvent, Cures Blood and Urinary Diseases. 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