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THE WINDHAM COUNTY REFORMER, FRIDAY, OCTOBER S3, 1003.
lifindham County & Vicinity. ill the NeVVS ill the Reformer's Rili...ii.' ,in - vuiuivitu aa uain crcd bj? a Score of Special Correspondents. (Other County and Vicinity News on 8th Pafje. ) BERN ARDSTON. ii, am! Mm. H. T. Lazelle were in MI0I1 In' WeeK- X piece f slate road is about to be Mn W- "apln nag moved to his i-ndfome new house on Church street, Jr. A. i"- Browne is In Boston visit ...her daughter, Mrs. Tyler, and fam Bev. Preston . urowcu 01 reiers im has recently been a guest of his :arents ami friends. Sixteen persons besides the pastor i ..i ih.i ITnitiirllm pntifurttnna In Njihfleld last week. jlis I.. West who has been spending works here has returned to her mt In Hoselle, IN- J. Schools were not in session last Frl- the teachers being absent at the jiitute in lireenneia. On pige eight an offer is made to old id new suDscribers or me Windham junty lteforiuer, which is worth your mention. jliss Nina Lawrence of North Lev- rett 'vas in iuu uvci ouuuay penu- .Ijnine time In calling upon school ay friends. Mr. ami Mrs. C. R. Hills, Mrs. Holton .nd MVS. roweu uueiiueu me meeting ! the Western Massachusetts library jib in Conway last week. The winter schedule of the B. and M. i R. went into eueci nisi ween, i ne ; n. m. express train will stop here if jggeii the same as last winter. Prin. Allen has taken the Institute tecope in hand, put it in good Condi ion. procured a new standard and is sating it of practical benefit to his stool. Saturday afternoon and evening, 24, will afford the last chance for Je registration of voters. During lose hours the selectmen will be in atendance for all desiring to be regis- arei The junior class of Powers institute rill hold a Hallowe'en social Friday evening, Oct. 30. This party will not !e exclusive for the class; other stu itnts and townspeople are cordially avited to join. Dr. Homer C. Crowell who has been nnili,,rr cnma HmQ at Hid fothfir'S :,'cnuiuB ,i.- Uv..w t T3..11...,, Cnlla lna n,,nlr 4a of- Kill lu DCiiuns r ana ,aav ncca i.v :tnd the meeting of the Vermont Med al association, before which he read sician of large practice and experience in Kansas City, Mo. The grange meeting appointed for it third Wednesday of the month was iponeu un account ui me iw.iuro im le same evening. A special meeting ii appointed for Wednesday evening, Oct. 28, at which time it is expected liat State Master Ladd will be present arid hold an open meeting. SOUTH VERNON. Charles Hutchins is at work for C. Shay, A. A. Dunklee lost a valuable cow this week and has a very sick horse. The apple crop is turning out better m this section than was at nrst expected. lira. Fisher Brown of Buffalo, N. Y., is at A. Works's for a few days in the interests of her farm. Mrs. Tattle of Springfield, Mass., Tife nf o fnrmoi- nhvsipinn here, is a West at E. O. Lee's this week. Mrs. J. G. Weatherhead has gone to 3rattleboro to spend a few weeks with ber daughter, Mrs. George Thomas. The seven-year-old child of Frank Jonnson and grandchild of cnaries Johnson, died very suddenly Monday loon, before medical aid could be sum- "noned. VERNON. Mrs. n. A. Streeter, Jr., is recovering There will be services at the chapel Sunday morning at 11 o'clock in charge f Rev. and Mrs. Arthur N. Smith. Rev. F. W. Lewis will preach in Un- M church Knnrtnv afternoon at 2:30. A male quartet from Brattleboro will iurnish music. Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson have Jioved from Orrin Brown's to their Jn house recently purchased or n-eo. stone. Miss Housh returned to her home in Springfield. Mass., Tuesday after 'Pending a few days with Mrs. J. T. "right. Mrs. Chauncev Thayer, a former res ent of this town, but who has spent era years in southern California, is e guest of Mrs. Marshall Lee. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Akley and Miss Mia Johnson joined the party of ex- wsionists to Washington, D. C, ursday morning, intending to be rone a week. George C. Moonev. station agent, was ailed to Barre last week by the serious Jlneas of his father. Mr. Boyden of llos Falls is in charge of the sta n during Mr. Mooney's absence. GUILFORD. The advertisement of the Reformer on page eight tells how anyone can get a good newspaper for one year free of charge. The Ladles' society will serve a chicken pie supper Tuesday, Oct. 27, at G. P. Miller's. Supper will be ready at S o clock. All are cordially invited. W. A. Barber has bought the renl estate of Hart Elllngwood, also the farm of the late Chester Gaines and will begin cutting the timber there from at once. Eugene E. Sampson of Guilford, who has just completed a six-years' service in the United States army, has a posi tion with the Boston Elevated Railway company as a brakeman on the ele vated division. Mrs. Melissa Graves, a former resi dent, died Oct. 11 after a brief illness at the home of her daughter, Mrs. E. L. Kelley of Three Oaks, Mich. Mrs. Kel ley and her brother. Frank Graves, cnme with the body to Gill. Mass.. Thursday of last week where funeral services were held and the remains laid to rest. Several people from this place attended the services, among them Mrs. D. G. Baker, Mrs. George Wilder, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Yeaw, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jacobs and Alon zo Weatherhead and daughter.. Mrs. Graves was the daughter of Abel and Ruth, Weatherhead and was seventy five years of age. JACKSONVILLE. A. P. Pike was In North Adams Tues day. Leroy Lowe has moved to the Arthur Chase house. Lewis Cutting is to move to the B. F. Roberts place. D. B. Collins has bought 150 lambs in this section. Some one shot E. J. Roberts's big dog "Duke," Sunday. Dr. Thomas returned to the North Adams hospital Wednesday. Elliot Brown fell from an apple tree Thursday and injured his spine. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Barker visited in Greenfield, Mass., the first of the week. A. C. and E. H. Stetson went to Bos ton Tuesday for a few days' visit with relatives. On page eight an offer is made to old and new subscribers of the Windham County Reformer, which is worth your attention. The prize speaking contest at the Universallst church by the children of this town, was largely attended and the parts well rendered. Grange program, Oct. 27: Music, Lot tie Stetson; recitation, Ethel Lake; cornet solo, Floyd Reed; selection, Mrs. Jennie Stetson; recitation, Ethel Chase; music, Bertha Faulkner; "How to make farm homes more comfort able," Mrs. G. E. Shlppee; song, Fred Cheney; paper, Minnie Pike and Kate Benjamin; declamation, Robert Chase; question, Has centralization or business been a benefit to this town?" C. S. Goodnow, . C. B. Morse, Leon Chase, H. H. Barber, George Shlppee, E. H. Stetson; music. Annual Creamery Meeting. At the annual meeting, of N. R. creamery, W. H. Hancock, W. S. Allen, G. M. Scott, C. E. Allard, S. MuraocK, E. T. Stetson and D. B. Collins were elected directors; G. H. Coleman ana C. A. Faulkner, auditors. 391,387 lbs. of cream has been furnished, testing 75,245 lbs. of butterfat, making 90,095 lbs. of butter, selling for Buttermilk sold for J203.49, total $22,- 365.81. Average price paid patrons, 24.21 cents. The creamery association Is nut of debt and shows the best finan cial standing since its organization. PUTNEY. A daughter was born to ' Mr. and Mrs. Percy Warwick Saturday morn ing. Sherman Wlllard's brother and wife from Burlington were at his home a few days this week. Thirteen traveling men got off from the 11 o'clock train Tuesday a very unusual number for Putney. Miss Maude Kendrlck and friend from Amherst, Mass., have been visit ing at M. H. Pember's this week. Rev. E. R. Perkins underwent an op eration for a growth In the nose at a hospital while In Boston last week. The advertisement of the Reformer on page eight tells how anyone can get a good newspaper for one year free of charge. Remember the harvest supper at the Congregational church tonight. It will be a rare chance to get some good fruit and vegetables. The four sons of Mr. and Mrs. Levi Houghton were all home over Sunday. A niece from Lyndon was also with Mr. Houghton a few days. R. J. Little, Mrs. Everleth's brother, was in town Monday. He has left Amherst and set up a barber shop for himself In Belchertown, Mass. Will Woods Is earring apples to go to Massachusetts to be made into cider vinegar. Five cars have been sent al ready; another goes next week. There was no service at the Baptist church Sunday on account of the ab sence of the pastor. It is hoped and expected that there will be the usual service next Sabbath. Rev. C. E. Hayward visited the train ing schools for physical culture In Springfield, Mass., Monday and Tues day in the interests of the reading room and gymnasium here. A great deal of Interest has been manifested in deer-hunting this year. beverai nunters have gone out, some among the hills In town and some up In Windsor and Rutland Counties. Mrs. Cowan has gone to Newfane to spend a week. She will return and close up the Baker house, which has not been closed for over 50 years, and will spend the winter In Deerfleld, Mass. v I Family Reunion. The eight children, four sons and four daughters, of Mrs. Ellen Patterson came home and helped her celebrate her seventieth birth day Friday, October 16. Nineteen including the children sat down to a bountiful dinner, at the home of Mrs. M. G. Williams. The party included the following from out of town: Geo. Patterson and son Carlton from Indian River, Mich., Walter B. Patterson, and daughter, Mildred from Roanoke, Ind., Everett F. Patterson and wife, from Leominster, Mass.; Mrs. L. P. Tucker of Sugar Loaf, N. Y., and Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Dothy and daughter, Margaret from Montpeller. Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Williams and three children and Dr. and Mrs. Bert Patterson of Putney were all present. Many pleasant re membrances were called to mind and well wishes for the future were ex changed by all. Most of the party remained over Sunday and attended divine services at the Methodist church. It is not often that so large and pleasant a reunion takes place in these days. Congratulations are cer tainly In order; and gratitude Is due a kind Providence for the preservation of life and health of so large a family. In I?. " rV' CAL-CURA SOLVENT Dissolves and swiftly remore tone and eravel (rea from th. Kidne T nd Wder, .i h nain of Kian7 .... IUUB ... - Colic nd avoiding the eureeon V kni'e- Cal-cura Solvent prevents the f ormauon oi mt -Blood and correcU) those condi . m .i a..rh whirn nro- dm Gou' poieonine and Rheii- Dr. David Kennedy's New Medicine le call atones, glvee kealth to th IItct and hili..,,. mn.tinatiOn. !' J said of It, "Cal-cnra Solvent 1 the outcome !r l....e experience a. a Phvaician Sorreon Iem.i in it the greatest achievement of my iue. to the Cal-cura Company. Kennedy now, " "'. N. v., for a free sample botUa. targ !.. Alldmgcista. , "wber: Onlvone IT. David Kennedy everlivea Citrof Kinp-ton, N.Y..and b"""0" Rk and lout medicine, Cal-cura Solvent, por the Kidneys, MARLBORO. Mrs. Whiting of Bellows Falls Is with her daughter, Mrs. H. H. Shaw. Mr. Coombs from Hartford, Conn., is at Henry Adams's for the hunting sea son. . . . ,. Gerald Adams and friend from Mt. Hermon were at E. P. Adams's over Sunday. The Field brothers who are to do the sawing of the lumber for Melvin Dal rymple have their mill here and their families came Tuesday. They occupy the house which Mr. White recently bought of Mrs. Stanclift. The Ladies' Aid society met with Mrs. S. D. Bishop Wednesday. There was a good attendance. The society decided to have their annual chicken pie supper and sale Wednesday even ing Nov. 4. Among the articles for sale are two very pretty couch covers, which the ladies have been making. fDef erred from last week. Mr. Dineen of Springfield is at Cyren Kelsey's. . Henry Bellows and grandson Earl Goddard spent Sunday In town. a Hums has been quite sick but is better; also the children of nurtnn Tialrvmole. The Ladies Aid society are invited to meet with Mrs. S. O. Bishop Wed nesday, Oct. 21. for a midday social. The advertisement of the. Reformer on page eight tells how anyone can get a good newspaper for one year free of charge. Mrs. E. P. Adams and her mother we to Leyden Saturday. Mrs. Idams returned Sunday. Mrs. Dal rymple will remain away some time., W. G. Brayman and Henry Warren ..IT. ken the Job of cutting the tim ber on th?,of which Melvin Dalrymple bought of A. M. Prouty. They began work Tuesday. Guy Brayman is at work for W. A. Brayman. BROOKLINE. Wedding bells are expected to ring out again in town this week. Norman C. Marsh visited at Am herst and" Greenfield. Mass.. last week. A. C Fellows of Greenfield. Mass.. is ,Awn deer hunting and visiting old fr,MrlS'orlln Whitney of Brattleboro wa"" e glesrof Mrs. Lois Whitney this week. . . Mr and Mrs. N. W. Ranney returned SadaTaft a brief wedding tour In Windsor county. Mrs. C W. Adamsand son who have HOUGHTON VI LLE. Mrs. Alice Williams is at work Chester. William Austin has moved Into Luke Blood's house. B. A. Park Is at work in the ceme tery, erecting monuments on the late Daniel Twitchell's lot. Mr. DeCamp of Springfield Is board ing at W. H. Farnum's and working for F. C. Blood in Windham. On page eight an offer is made to old and new subscribers of the Windham County Reformer, which Is worth your attention. Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Reed and daugh ter of Springfield, Mass., were guests of Mrs. Reed's parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Ober, over Sunday. Several from here attended the fireman's muster at Chester last week. The party Included: Mrs. Laura Eager, Miss Lizzie Twitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stone and Miss Olive Stone, C. H. Ober, E. L. Scudder, Charles Wil liams and son Loren and Mr. and Mrs. Julius Grover. TOWN8HEND. Carrie Mason was In town over Sun day. A. A. Snow and wife are visiting their son in Brooklyn, N. T. Mrs. Jennie Taft of Buffalo, sister' In-law of C. C. Taft, came this week to Mrs. Taft's for a viBit E. L. Hastings has gone to Burling' ton to attend the state Sunday school convention this ween. t Dr. Osgood attended the meeting of the state medical association held at Bellows Falls last week. On page eight an offer is made to old and new subscribers of the Windham County Reformer, which is worth your attention. C. C. Taft, who has been sick for some time, died Wednesday at the age of 69 years. The funeral will be Frl day at 2 o'clock. It is with sadness that we learn of the death of Miss Grace Bailey, which occurred last week. Until recently she was a Townshend girl, and was one of the graduates of Leland and Gray seminary, In the class of 1903. During the summer she moved with her relatives to Brookfleld, Mass. She was a young lady of exemplary char acter and a member of the Townshend T. P. S. C. E. She was taken sick with pleurisy while attending the Albany Business college, was sent home and developed pneumonia In connection with the pleurisy which resulted in her death in about two weeks. The funeral and burial took place at South Newfane Sunday. Several from here were in attendance. WEST TOWNSHEND. Mrs. Gordon visited In Townshend last week. Homer Burroughs has finished work on the C. V. R. R. Charles Stratton has had a piazza built on his residence. Mrs. C. E. Bruce of New York city was a recent guest at F. A. Blood's. Mrs. Charles Hawkins and three children are visiting in Massachusetts. Those on the sick list are Mr. Proc tor. George, Elizabeth and Eva Kent and Mrs. Braie. A valuable cow belonging to George Dompler fell in the pasture one day last week and broke its leg. Miss Alma Whitman, who has been working for John Howe, has returned to her home in South Londonderry. Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Boyden and Clif ford Grout went as delegates from the Pioneer lodge, I. O. G. T., to the meet ing of the grand lodge at Northfleld last week. Ask Frank Barber how he enjoyed coon hunting Thursday tnlgnt. roor "Little Jlpple" didn't get much fun out of It anyway, and "wishes Charles Deane would take In his fox traps be fore his master takes him coon hunt ing again. WILMINGTON. H. L. Bray Is in Greenfield. Dr. Bradley of North Adams Is In town. Mrs. Melissa Blanchard is home for the winter. Dr. Wheelock was In North Adams Wednesday. Mr. Knapp of Brattleboro is in town for a few days. Mrs. Floyd Crafts has been quite ill since her return. Miss Elva Lyman was a visitor In North Adams Friday. H. W. Stearns arrived in town Wed nesday from New York. Mr. and Mrs. Forest Barber have re turned from New York. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mann were in North Adams Monday. Carl Bond was in North Adams on a business trip Wednesday. Mrs. C. M. Russell and daughter were In North Adams Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hatch spent Wednesday in North Adams. Miss Lucy Smith has gone to Rich mond, Va., to spend the winter. Martin Brown and brother Leonard have returned from New York. C. M. Russell is spending a few days with J. H. Flugg In New York city. Mr. and Mrs. Clarke Chandler have returned from their recent trip to Bos ton. Mrs. Baker and daughter Elizabeth returned to their home In Boston to- i.h her father. L. L. apeni ""r,"wk to their home in Rannev. go this ween; i EAST DUMMERSTON. Charles Walker lost a valuable cow a few days ago. , Mr. and Mrs. Obed Halladay were re cent visitors In town. Friday, Oct. 23, is the date for the next dance at Johnson's hall. The high license commissioners have had business In West Dummerston this week. Mrs. Martha Reed is spending some time in Brattleboro at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Bemls. Clarence Crosby from Northampton, Mass., spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Crosby. On page eight an offer is made to old and new subscribers of the Windham County Reformer, which is worth your attention. Miss Nellie Spaulding, accompanied by her brother, F. H. Spaulding of Springfield, has been visiting in Bos ton, Fitchburg and other towns in Massachusetts. NEWFANE. H. F. Sargent is spending the week in Athol, Mass. D. A. Benson has been on the sick list but is now feeling better. Rev. and Mrs. E. C. Bartlett expect to move soon to West Amherst, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. George H. Batchelder have been visiting In Londonderry and Peru. Mrs. O. H. Hall of South London derry is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Skinner. John Holden and son of Sherburne, Mass., is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. George Knapp. Mrs. Viola Shlpman of New Haven, Conn., is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Al vin Gates and Mrs. Laura Gates. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Mlcott are taking carriage drive through Londonderry, Chester, Springfield and Reading. Amasa Grout and Claude Maher at tended a district meeting of the Odd Fellows at Proctorsville Saturday eve ning. " The advertisement of the Reformer on page eight tells how anyone can get a good newspaper for one year free of charge. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hlgglns. and little daughter of Haverhill, Mass., are guests of his mother, Mrs. Charlotte Higgins. Leroy Howe of the United States marines stationed at Norfolk, Va., has been raised to the rank of a non-commissioned officer. day. Miss Mercellne Jacobs, recently of Springflejd, Mass., visited her brother last week. Frank Allen will entertain the young people's whist club Thursday evening In bank hall. Cecelia String quartette and reader appear at Memorial hall Thursday ev ening, Oct. 29. G. M. Bemls of Readsboro has been In town the past few days looking after the telephones. Rev. Henry K. Rlegel and Miss Flor ence Pike spent a couple of days In Brattleboro last week. . Mrs. Newell closed "The Lyons Den" at Raponda this week and has returned to her home In Brooklyn. MrsTwills Eddy'Ketcham of Brook lyn Is enjoying a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Batchelder. The deer season opened the 21st and many out of town sportsmen are ex pected to participate In the ten days' hunt The advertisement of the Reformer on page eight tells how anyone can get a good newspaper for one year free of charge. Messrs. C. H. Parmelee, Perry Davis and Nathan Green took advantage of the excursion to Boston Tuesday and will spend several days In that city. The friends of Miss Ruth Hubbard gave her a pleasant surprise Monday evening when, they called to help cel ebrate her birthday. The occasion was enjoyed by all present. Walter Hall accompanied by his brother, Wayne Hall, was fortunate enough to shoot and kill a 150 lbs. bear Friday. The steak was enjoyed by about 80 guests at Childs's tavern. DUMMERSTON. The advertisement of the Reformer on page eight tells how anyone can get a good newspaper for one year free of charge. The friends of the Christian Endeav or society are invited to meet in the vestry Friday evening, Oct. 30. The requested to wear calico Broke Into His House. S. Le Quinn, of Cavendish. Vt.. was robbed of his customary health by In vasion of chronic constipation. When Dr. King's New Life Pills broke Into his house, his trouble was arrested and now he's entirely cured. They're guaranteed to cure. 25c at F. H. Holden & Co's. SOUTH LONDONDERRY. J. L. Landman of Townshend Is vis iting friends In town. Mr. and Mrs. John Stewart visited In Bellows Falls last week. Mrs. Chase and Mrs. Melendy con tinued their millinery sale this week. Union gospel meetings have been held this week in charge of Rev. E. A. Whittier of Lawrence, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Graham of Bos ton, Mass., spent a few days recently with J. C. Gale. WEST DOVER. Preaching at the church at 1:30 o'clock. Augustus Fitch who has been sick is gaining. Mrs. Clara Cook has returned from her visit in Brattleboro. M. J. Harris has returned from his visit in Greenfield. Mass. Mrs. Mary McCray visited In Wil mington one day recently. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mann of Brattle boro visited in town last week. Levi L. Canedy of West Halifax vis Ited his son, Alva Canedy, recently. Four hunters from Massachusetts are boarding at the Green Mountain inn. Mrs. Julia Corse of Searsburg visited her brother, S. J. Johnson last week. The little son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Parsons, who has been very sick is Im proving. Edgar Pike and family of West Wardsboro visited relatives in town the first of the week. The Ladies' Aid society will hold a fair and harvest supper at the school house hall Wednesday evening, Oct. 28. There was a dance Friday night at the schoolhouse hall with 20 couples In attendance, all having a good time. There will be another Oct. 30. Nahum Harris, who has been spend ing the summer with his sister, Mrs. C. W. Jones, has gone to Florida, Mass., to work for his brother, M. C. Harris. READY TO FLY. I ace that ii the way you feel, ayi the Romoc man to the nerve- racked woman, naraiy a Die to con tain herself. Anyone certainly has mr sympathy who suffers from nervousness. You are not only doing yourself harm by lettlne your nerves remain in this terrible depraved state, but if you ever expect to be a mother, you are doing an Injury to a future human being. No woman with such shattered nerves can bring into this world, sound, healthy children. What can you do? You have tried everything that's just it stop trying everything. It is not drugs you want it is not medicines, the greater part of which are alcohol, that only excites your nerves more. just try Mature s own remeay, us name is Komoa, It aoes not contain any harmful drug or a drop of alcohol Buy a Dottle and follow direc tions. In a tew days you will see the good that it will do you. Not only will It revive your worn out and shattered nerves, but it will build up vour entire body and give strength and vigor to every organ. Romoc will mak e you a new woman I could quote you many hun dreds of cases w here Romoc has made the most mar velous cures. Ask far ROMOC LAXATIVE TABLETS SURE CURE FOR CONSTIPATION. We hurt investigated Jtomne. W know that all that is maid by the. JBomse asass pertaining to thin wonderful remerfv i Snie, and tee will refund to anyone the) prU of the remedy not satisfied with th rawIM obtained. Uesnetnber, Momot if guaranteed and sold bH C. E. GRAFFAM, Pharmacist. WARDSBORO. The opening meeting given by the grange was well attended and much en joyed by all. Dept. and Mrs. O. L. Wilbur of Lon donderry visited Vt. grange, No. 139, Tuesday evening. George Kidder, with six friends from Northfleld, Mass., has come to camp through the deer season. Mrs. Victoria Harris has returned to her home in Barre accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Fred Underwood. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Knight of Mt. Holly have been visiting at George Knight's and Charles Martin's. Charles Martin and wife accompan ied by Mr. and Mrs. Edward Knight, are visiting their son Gary in Putney. The advertisement of the Reformer on page eight tells how anyone can get good newspaper for one year free of charge. Dorr Plimpton and Mr. Sandburn of Somerville, Mass., are visiting his pa rents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Plimpton and brother, Wright Plimpton. BRATTLEBORO MARKETS Wholeaale and Retail. H. I. DECIDE YOURSELF. The Opportunity i Here, Backed by Brattleboro Testimony. Don't take our word for it Don't depend on a stranger's state ment. Read Brattleboro endorsement. Read the statements of Brattleboro citizens. And decide for yourself. Here Is one case of it: Mrs. Dwight Mather, wife of Dwlght Mather, farmer, Bonnyvale Road. West Brattleboro, says: "I have had re currences of pain in the back and other lat.M nre gowns and the gentlemen overalls ana , mamea symptoms ot money compiaini. inmners. Come and help us make a since I went to Geo. E. Greene's drug good time. The grange observed gentleman's night Tuesday. Oct 20. Bro. Ira Gates acted as lecturer and presented an ex cellent program consisting of readings, recitations and some very fine music. The question. "What crops shall our farmers raise at the present time to get the most profit from our labor." was discussed with animation and Interest Bra C. D. Sargent and wife of Protec tive grange, are to decide on the merits of the program of this and ladles' night. The attendance was good and the meet ing very much enjoyed by all. The next meeting will be Nov. 3d. ladies' night Nov. 17. when all the sisters are Invited to aid In making the meeting a success. ..Taxtavvrlikleaar tke ar kiaau store in 1897 for Doan's Kidney pills and took a course of the treatment which stopped a severe attack from which I suffered at that time, but I have never relapsed Into that desperate con dition in which Doan's Kidney Pills found me. I entertain as high an opinion of the remedy today as I did when I first publicly mated so through our newspaper. I have repeatedly recommended the use of Doan's Kidney Pills and know of oie of my neighbors who has taken a course of treatment and undoubted result followed It" For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents per box. Foster- Mllburn Co.. Buffalo. N. Y.. sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. Sold In Brattleboro by Geo. E. Greene, druggist EAST DOVER. No preaching service was held at the M. E. church last week. E. May Is Improving slowly, Turner Is doing his husking. Rev. C. S. Sherman has his barn up and well under way. He is doing most of the work himself. Much sympathy is felt here for A. D. Fessenden, a former resident, who was seriously burned last week. On page eight an offer is made to old and new subscribers of the Windham County Reformer, which is worth your attention. DOVER. John Howard has a new horse, bought of John Davidson. Mr. Boundy has been buying lambs In this part of the town this week. Miss Whitney spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents in Marlboro. Mrs. Fred Smith and son Hardie visited old acquaintances here last week. Kate Cooper of Childs's hotel, Wil mington, is spending her vacation at her father's, G. N. Cooper's. The advertisement of the Reformer on page eight tells how anyone can get a good newspaper for one year free of charge. SOUTH WARDSBORO. Mrs. Frank Gould remains about the same Charlie Gleason's little girl who has been ill is better. Will Duncan and wife have finished work on White hill and have come home to his father's. . On page eight an offer Is made to old snd new subscribers of the Windham County Reformer, which Is worth your attention. Frank Kidder and a friend from Springfield, together with his brother Will and Arthur White, have killed 25 or more coons this fall, and Frank Is still hunting and training his fine dogs. SOUTH WINDHAM. Mr. Fales was home from Bellows iills over Sunday. Mrs. Alice Hamilton who has been ill for over a year is failing rapidly. Elliot Jenison of Townshend spent unday with his cousin, E. H. Jenison. Several are suffering from a distem per. Mrs. t. O. Smith is under a pny clan's care. Alfred Vanderhoof of New York is pending his vacation with his mother, Mrs. L. A. Vanderhoof. On page eight an offer is made to old and new subscribers of the Windham County Reformer,- which is worth your attention. Mrs. A. M. Goodell has gone to New York city where she will spend some time with her son, Prof. George Goodell. A. A. Goodell has been in Manches ter for a few days, returning with a span of horses. Mrs. Goodell was in Brattleboro the first of the' week. Mrs. L. A. Vanderhoof has leased her farm and stock for three years to Frank Jones of Townshend. Mrs. Van derhoof and son Harry will go to New York city this winter. Confessions of a Priest. Rev. Jno. S. Cox. of Wake, Ark., writes, "For 12 years I suffered from yellow jaundice. I consulted a num ber of physicians and tried all sorts of medicines, but got no relief. Then I began the use of Electric Bitters and feel that I am now cured of a disease that had me in its grasp for 12 years." If you want a reliable medicine for liver and kidney trouble, stomach dis order or general debility, get Electric Bitters. It's guaranteed by F. H. Holden & Co. Only 50c. Chester Firemen's Field Day. The firemen's annual parade and field day at Chester, Oct. 14 was a pronounced success. C. L. Woolley was marshal, and E. M. Batchelder of Springfield, F. A. Rowell and William Baldwin aids. There were handsome floats and decorated vehicles, bicycles and young people on horseback in the line. The football game in the after noon between Ludlow and Chester high schools was won by the former, 21 to 0. About 350 attended the concert In the evening. About 75 couples attended the ball. DRAIN AMD FKKD RETAIL. Cora .70 Corn, Northern 1.00 Oats, bu GO Meal, cwt 1.25 Meal, Bolted, lb r 03 Graham Meal, lb .03 Mixed Feed 1.30 Cottonseed Meal 1.50 Bran 1.20 a 1.25 Linseed Oil Meal 1.45 Provender 1.35 Middlings 1.30a 1.25 Hay, loose, ton 18.00 20.00 Hay, baled 20.00 FARM PRODUCE WHOLESALE. Pork, dressed f-6 a .07 Beef, dressed .06 Mutton, live wt 03- Veal 06 Chickens, live, spring 10a Fowl, live OHa Hides, lb 04 Calfskins, each 30& Beans, bu Potatoes, bu Apples, bbl l.U03 Butter. 20& Cheese Kirgs, dm 1 30 Maple Svrup 1.00 Sugar, Maple 09(4 .13 OBOCEKIES AND PROVISIONS BET AIL, Butter f .23 to .28 Cheese .18 F.irers. don 26to .33 .07 .05 .053 .12 .10 .05 1.00 2.40 .60 1.50 .25 .14 Maple Syrup 1-25 Sugar, Maple 1K .14 Molasses, gal 40 .00 Sucar. retined.. Salt, T. I. I'll &m Flour, roll, pro., bbl 4.50i4 5 .00 Flour patent 6.76 to 6.00 Rye Meal, lb .03 T.a, Japan, lb: .35 .70 Tea. Oolong y .80 Tea. Young Hyson 40 .80 Boiled Oil, gal. "8 Haw Oil "5 Kerosene 14 .15 Potatoes bu.. 75 oranges. California, doz 30a 60 Oranges, Florida, doz .60 l.i'iimns, doz -tla - .30 Pineapples 10 a 20 Bananas, doz 20a .35 Onions, quart 06 Cabbage, lb 03 Ileets, per lb 02 MEATS RETAIL. Sirloin steak $.20a .22 Porterhouse steak .22 Round steak 16 Veal steak 25 Roasts $ .Ofia .14 I'ork roasts l'-'a .16 Corn beef OGa .12 l'ork steak 16 Pork chops 12a .16 Leaf lard 12 Home made lard 14 Hams 16 Hams sliced 25 Hams pressed 20 Hams minced 20 l-anib, hind quarter 16a .18 Iutib, fore quarter lua .12 Lamb, legs Spring 20 I.amb. ebons SDrlliK 22 Turkevs 25 Chickens 18 a .20 Spring Chicken 20 MISCELLANEOUS RETAIL. Wood, cord 5.0O7.60 Bellows Falls Carpenter Hurt. Dewain Wetherbee, a Bellows Falls carpenter at work in North Walpole, N. H., fell from a high building Friday and was severely injured. In falling he struck a pile of timber breaking one leg and receiving several cuts on his head. Bellows Falls's New Industry. The manufacturing plant in Bellows Falls, owned by Moses Sillier, which was partially destroyed by fire several years ago, has been purcnasea oy tne Alden Spear's Son's Co., of Boston. This company will convert the prop erty into a bobbin factory, repairing the present building and building sev eral new ones. It is understood that from 100 to 150 men will be employed alternately. All Records Surpassed! 83,790,300 Bottles of Budweiser "King of Bottled Beers" sold in 1902. This proves the world-wide popu larity of this famous brew. Tli product ot AnheuserBuschBrewingAss'n Liver and Blood. providence R. !