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Suffering soldier tells his experience with Eczema WINDHAM COUNTY REFORMER, I3RATTLEBORO, VT., FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1905- ASYLUM INVESTIGATION HRF IfiQQFQ I AQT VFAR' Dath of State's Old.it Woman. Mr.. Honor McCarthy, of South DAMAGE OF 1741,069, FROM 1,085 FIRES. Strang Cat of Bonnlngton County Girl Liquor Raida in Northfitld Death of State's Oldest Woman Doesn't Want Y. M. C. A, Bhnftsbury. tha oldest person In Ver mont, and probably tha oldest In New England, died at tha home of her aon in Mouth Mhaftahurv Saturday avanlnff 'March II. She waa 116 yeara old February 10. Mr. McCarthy received full about two weeks ago which probably hastened her death. Borne people have doubted her age, but the parish priest at North Bennington a fow yeara ago received a copy of the parlxh register at Mra. McCarthy'. J'.t " . JZT ed UU Vn. wall bapllaed IbruarV. 1790, and that ahe waa married In 1816 at the age of 26 years. Mra. McCarthy waa born tn the county Kerry, Ire land, February 20, 1790. She camo tn I h In country 63 years ago soon for the year 104, ua tubulated from reports tiled with Frederick U. Heel wood of Morrlsvllle and John L. lia- con of White Itlver Junction, atate In surunce commissioners, by coinpunie authurliced to do business in tne RATIFICATION PREVENTED DOMINICAN TREATY FAILS AND SENATE ADJOURNS. Moit of the Appointments Confirmed Inauguration Eehoee Movement! of Vermont Delegation Wreck of Unrealized Politioal Ambition. yi.il,. hiivo bean made nubile The H"r u'" ner nuaoana, aim r'p'oV. S.be,hatna C" wer.! h.n with her .on. rnn.H ',".7l?,(d'lm""B be'"" eSl'" t MiVwccTrth" Th. t..un , t nnB( renorte the well preserved up to a year ago, heaviest leas. 111,121, which waa due !' ., " . ma?l to the burning, Dec. IS, of tne 1'ua sumpslc Kline Leather company plant, and the (louring mill of the E. T. At 11. K. Ida company at l'uuinp eic. Hartford reports a Ion. of til, of 70. She passed much of her time out of door In walking. When "he was 105 year, old she walked five mile. to Bennington to attend church. Hhe waa so deaf that It wa. utterly Impos- 566, due to the burning of the White lulB 0 .hod "WHat'n1 w',h Sthaoubi, N. 7. E. D. D. Co.. Chicago. Gentlemen: In 1H96 1 enlisted In the 8th 0. S Infantry, and In W was transferred to tbe fOtfc U. S. Volunteers, and was In active service be fore Santiago. I then went to tbe Pbilliplnes. and then to China at tbe time of tbe Boiei trouble. While there I contracted a skin dis ease tbat first appeared as Itlgeria and tbee developed into regular aooie itcn" (a lorm oi Hlver Chair compuny'a plant, Dec. 16. The aggregate tire losses of Uurlliig- ton were 134,324; Rutland, f20.HU: Burre. S32.665; Montpeller, $816; St. Albans, $13. SSI: St. Johnsbury, $11.- 3&: Bruttleboro, $13,980; llennlngton, S4.092. Thirty-ulne towns reported no nres during the year, livery town in unit- tenden and Franklin counties re ported fire losses. her and ahe had not had a tooth In her head for 30 years, neither had she eaten meat for that length of time Mrs. McCarthy remembered the Irish rebellion of 1798 and the famine. In Ireland In the first years of the last century. Burned While Intoxicated. George Sawyer of Albany wa. ae rlously burned March 14, while Intox Chimney, and defective flues and Icated. He was In a precarious aitu- lightning caused by far the greatest atlon when found by a man from the number of lire.. Windham county creamery. He came home under the reported a total or 98 fires with a Influence of liquor, built a Are and damage amounting to $32,660. . sat down, resting his arm on the stove. He fell Into a Btuoor. which The annual meeting or tne Vermont the Are failed to arouse. When found State Agricultural society will be held his arm wa. burned to a crisp and at Burlington Wednesday afternoon, will have to be amputated at the March 29. shoulder. One leg was aeriously burned. Mr. Sawyer has no family The 16th annual session of the and Is about 40 year. old. Three rand Lodge of Vermont, New Eng- year, ago he froze both hands and land Order or Protection, will be neia feet while Intoxicated and at that In Ritrlintrton Tilendv. Anril 25. It in limn wan enrpri for hv thn Inwn for craw.,, rm ," J ,". 'ri """J"J1 1 expected that several or tne supreme several months. II.JI.I'-Sinii'S'JSf lodge officers will be present at this D. D. D. DreacrlDtion was recommended to ma session. I Gov. Ferguson of Oklahoma has signea a Dill appropriating a2,auu The Baptist church at Burlington for the erection of a Morrill hall nt has been the recipient of 12 beautiful the A. and M. college at Stillwater. windows, aggregating In size four The hall is named In honor of Sena feet in width and 18 feet In height, tor Morrill of Vermont. ellipse top. The windows are erected and fortunately I tried It, and In two month! was very mucn improved, ana in one year anso lutely oured. JOHN A. HENN, 600 N. State St What cured him? D. D. D. Prescription in memory of Charles C. Post and his wife, Sylvia Post, by their daughters. Arthur Lee Field of Bakersfleld ha. passed successfully the examination for admission to Oxford college, Kng Henry Prince of Burlington has land, under conditions of the Cecil hvnuh.t milt pirninat .T,thn W Tlnn- I I? hod pa pholnruhin hpnnrtst ITipId Im It Will JUSt as surely cure you. ham for the recovery of damages of a student at Colby college, Waterville, u,vuv ior me anegea alienation oi ate. H you are suffering the tortures of thedanna) the affections of Mrs. Prince. The cose is returnaoie at tne sepiemoer term Tne trial or uiovanni viscome unaer of county court. Dunham is in Jail Indictment for murder In the second In default of the required bail. degree in the killing of Francisco Phil lip! at Swanton Junction October 10, The charge of defalcation against 1904, waa begun at St. Albans Mon- E. TV Holbrook, town treasurer of day, March 20. The respondent plead- Milton, has been disproved, there be- ed not guilty. don't hesitate, but go TODAY, NOW, to yt druggist, and Invest $1.00. It will not beat expenditure, but an Investment In happiness. D. D. D. Prescription Is guaranteed to cure or money refund' BROOKS HOUSE PHARMACY ing only an error of $2.69 in misplaced figures in the handling of $20,000 of Washington. March 20. '05. Inaug uration is now but a memory of flat tened pocketbook. and a rich car mine taste In the mouth. The elab orate decoration, and colossal review ing stands have disappeared as If by muglc. The ostentatious temporary structures are back In the lumber yards. The saloon keeper ha. taken his profits to the bank in a wheel burrow, and the lowly boarding house keeper is refurnishing the house from the rake-off. The little coterie of purse proud hotel men have deposited government bonds with the secretary of the treasury to begin the institu tion of another close-corporation na tional bank, and the bedbugs are suf fering from indigestion and gout su perinduced by gorging themselves on imported food and country produce. These be some of the afterthoughts of the occasion. Since the fourth of March the house end of the capitol has been as quiet as Lake Morey at Christmas or New fane after a term of court. A clerk occasionally glides across the orbit of vision and at rare intervals some be lated member who dreads to go home tilt, through the gloomy corridors; but the majestic police and the yet more Impressive house restaurant waiter, mostly have the whole thing to themselves. Those members who were re-elected hustled for home as soon as the hammer fell, In a hurry to see the folks and tell them how glad they are to get back to first principle, and bang the dress suit In the closet under the stairs; while those members who were defeated prowl around like Mariu. among the ruin, of Carthage, dreading to show up to the ungrateful gang at home. What a lot of has-beens there are, caused by the awful political slaugh ter of last November! They lie in winrows, their wounds agape and their grief unassuaged. Such Is the final reward of politics; It's all right and very pleasant while It lasts. When you are at the mercy of the gangs who run political conventions and they decide to dump you well! The history of American politics aboundB with ithe wrecks cast up by the tide of disappointed or unreal ized political ambition, to whom the end soon comes via rum, the bullet or broken heart. Strong men don t die from love, but they do die from politics. They lose their feet and are swept away by the flood. Another take, their place and the count is kept good. The godless and soulless machine moves steadily onward, car rying the hopeful and crushing the hopeless, all. In the name of a govern ment by and for the people. The extra session of the senate MwjjlN NOT TRUTHFi Tbli Statement Ha Been Unjustly Made, BccaJ ,n u Fviide Questions Asked d jllOUCatfc wwuisiv. - ; Male Physicians. Adjourned Without Data t Water- bury, M.rch 17. Tht committee Investigating -tate Institution, which wa. In .e.slon at ....,..,. ic... wMk. met at Water bury Friday, March 17. and fon""" the Investigation at the pathological i1 Ah' rV?.?.WC Fltt. gav. out notice to the W""1. five, of the pre., that the nonage ... h. hnan tul c a m to have evidence at hand to refute In yery Instance the testimony given day at Montpeller Dy avcmi Morse of Caluls, who had been com mitted to the state hospital for obser vation subsequent to arrest on lo charge of forging a note. The Investigation was adjourned in the afternoon without date. Orrlce Ballard of Georgia, a former trustee of the Institution, continued his testimony begun at Montpeller. He said that rotten eggs hud been cooked and set before the pauem who had refused to eat them, ana that chickens had been spoiled several times, through the fault or tne Mr. Packard. He had complained to Dr. Hutchinson of Packard s inconi- petence and had recommenuea rmnnv.il hut Packard had remained for two years after he. Mr. Ballard, had severed connection with the In stitution. He said that the cost of cool at the Institution wa. about $1,- 000 a month, anu tnai ne nau t" uii. llr. that the attention of the other trustees An eminent Pnvi8a Bay! th K to the fact that the Institution was "Women are not truthful; they will lie paying the same amount per ton for to tj,eir phvsician." Thu statement coal tnat ne the single to alflorari IhA atflfT M DnVSICianB Ul l"B I . ' . ....... . ... , . . I mt nnTNCiui. vuu i hospital to be efficient and raitniUL ne - r M(j troublesome did not inina u auvmauie i : , , v tr. . in nnvtixn with the I diaorders peculiar to i iSiy oft o A. B. Nelson, chairman of the ex the town's money, part of this sum ecutlve committee of the ' Stanstead called for noon of March 4 was for the being known and reported before an Wesleyan college, director of the purpose of confirming the vast num state farm in connection witn tne auoruera jwui - Institution. He believed the provls- u terrible ordeal they STpSShK? ToT ftS private sources. He believed an ex- than to be obliged to nwer certain cess of help waa employed for the question, when those question, are carrying out of the farm work. asked, even by h.r family physician. Mr. Ballard considered that Mr. This ig especially the cae with nn- Shlpman, the superintendent, wag nryied women. IT UaRndynr ffion,0cUheb. U it any wonder, then, that women upon his management Mr. Ballard continue to suner ana in aottur said he had often dined at the instl- fail to cure female diseases when they tutlon and did not consider the living cannot sret the proper Information to . t i 1 . . V. . 1.11a . ' as extravagant, ne bhiu iimi uiio worij on r he was serving as trustee he had paid .... j j several visits to the institution when Thisls the reason wny inousanusauu Superintendent Hutchinson knew thousands of women are now oorre- nothlng of his contemplated visit, and spending with Mrs. Pinkham. To her that he had always made a thorough ih,c ran and Aa o-ive everv svmptom. Investigation of the wards and found that Bjje rggiiy knows more about thorn In flrnt china nnnditinn. . . . j -. J 1 . :.... ... - uiB true couuiwuu ui uci uhucum, John C. Murphy, a former employe v i. ... , .h. it ih-m of this and other state Institutions. """"" C " "iw testified that during his stay which than the physician who personally covered a period of several months, questions them. Dr. Hutchinson never visited the If you suffer from any form of trouble wards to his knowledge more than pecUijar to women, write at once to nine times He thought the manage- M pinkhsm Lynn, Mass., and she ment at Waterbury compared favor- Vr '.' f.v J ably with others, and that the state wl" f "V.u- t vB t.i t. patients at Waterbury were better The fact that this great boon, which cared for in every way than at the is extended freely to women by Mrs. Brattleboro retreat, where he had Pinkham, is appreciated, the thon- also worked. He explained that the aands of letters received by her prove, blueness of the milk was probably Manv snoh u-rateful letters a. the fol- expert books. accountant -Seeds are known by what they have KltWn. For half a rontllrv thaw ... uctm im Butousrn naTen I failed once to produce bigger, bet ter crops than any olbera. Sold Djai aea era. lynn h..h an neal free to all applicants. 0. M. FERRY A CO.. Detroit, Mloh. The Vermont state tennis tourna ment for 190S will be held on the grounds of the Old Pine Golf club at St. Johnsbury, beginning Tuesday, examined the Derby Line National bank, also In- ber of nominations always made by terested in the manufacture of tubs a president at the beginning of his at Montgomery, died at Derby Line term, and to ratify the treaty, or pro March 16, aged 78 years. He was born tocol, or bargain, or deal with what in Derby. , is by courtesy called the government or San Domingo. Of course the nom due to the fact that the supply came from a herd of Holsteln cows more noted for the quantity than the qual ity of their milk. Concerning the ill treatment of patients he recalled two instances, one being when a new patient arrived and one of the at tendants was having a good deal of lowing are constantly pouring in. Mrs.Ella Lee, Frankford,Ind.1writ. Dear Mr. Pinkham: " I want to thank yon for what your at cine ha don for me. " Three years ago I had Inflammation of i ovaries and ulcers on my womb. I wMaMl th doctor's care for about tare montii tbe only time I was not in pain u vu under the influence of morphine. The d,, Anally said I never would b better, uc would be an invalid the rest of my life; I given up in despair, but one evening I across on of your advertisements and fex to write you for advice. I did so and t nutneedto take Lvdia E. Pinkham . v table Compound. Ibearan to imnmve and to-day I am a well woman, and I but it is all du to your aavic and modicine. Mrs. J. H. Farmer of 2809 Etta Avenue, bt. louu, mo., write ; Dear Mra Plnkhams " I cannot thank yon enough for what nt advice and medicine have don for 'a They have done m more good than iHt doctor I ever had. " For th last eight Tear I havs mff.v with female trouble; wa. very weak; k; nervous prostration, and could not do nt work; but I am happy to aay Lydia E. Kii ham'. Vegetable Compound ha nudt different woman of me. I am in perfta health and have gained In weight froni V pounds to ixt pounds. No other medicine in the world bu received such widespread and unqcilj. fled endorsement. No other medicine has such a record for actual cures o! female ills as ha Lydia E. Pinkham'i Vegetable Compound. Mrs. Pinkham invites all sick womn to write her for advice. She hu guided thousands to health. Addretj, Lynn, Alas. Art Mr, PlBkhan's Advicu-A Weoai leaf Understands A Woman's EU. FARMERS AND RREEDERS! Examine our seed 'stock of onions, cabbaeee. carrots and beet, and you will know why GREGORY'S SEEDS have a reputation. You will And In our new catalogue a remarkable new urumneaacaDDage.recently discovered, nead and shoulders above all varieties now raised. Catalogue free. .1 1. 1. H. GREGORY k SON, Msrblehead, Msss. PtiHnlnh ft ftnlrinmlth Ipnripr nf the I (nntinnfi wpr imnnrtnnt nnrt Imnpra. August 8. This will be the fifth year Bennington City band, director of the tlve, but the so-called treaty was trouDie wun nim. tne aiienaani iook that the tournament has been held In choir of St. Peter's church, and prom- what the president more anxiously out his key chain and lashed the pa Si. Johnsbury. The championship is inent In musical circles of the town had In mind. The president was tient about the legs. The attending now hold hv Rnhort T.. J a men nf Rr. and pnnntv. died Friday. March 17. mlehtv anxious to have the senate physician was notified and the at ntnea Snrinira. N. Y.. who holds one He was born in Bennington 43 vears ratify his deal with the mob of tendant waa discharged within 20 leg on the three-year-cup as does also ago, and was at one time director of bloodthirsty ruffians constituting the Ull"uteB; . Another patient named The New England Farmer is a paper with a mission : It is endeavoring to Henry Mollenhauer of Brooklyn, N. music In the graded school. San Dominican government. The sen- John Chandler was badly beaten and . .. ,n. thaaTnh.an, ,A x,i.nA. .A , th. f y, ate gave about ten day. of close and pruisea ana ne understood tnat it " . .v. . ,,.r. Twenty-five sheriffs of Washington extended attention to the treaty, but was a Question oi two attendant, rje- comparing motes, tne Heading, ininKing, rroeressive up-to-date r armere oi Fire in Windsor Friday, March 17, county recently searched several couldn't see it as the president did. " T" or tne patient, ine vew England. If vou are one of this lrinrl and Aliv tn the nnsaihilitiea rii j a j 4L -, j m s I i i .unij m it rnu runniu. i. i u i nTTPnnnnta Venn snnn anar tha haat. o ...... - tr i hPinntrinir to th- Astntft nf th iHt L-riv riivif-Pii into Rm.adu of bout dent cannot command, bniiv or Arivm the patient died. Mr. Murphy uere at dome and wish to improve them we want you to join us. because w William M. Evarts, Just north of the four each, eoing on both sides of the the senate. That is decided, and It is PTas asKea u tne caus or deatn was know you will help us id our efforts and appreciate the work we are doing. village. ine nouse was tne Oldest town, resulting in nnaing aouut ten pmui umt ins two must nereaner " "" . ,. a u i L ... frame building in the town and the Quarts of whiskey at the home of an transact business on some more con- n e said that epileptics . . i..uk. i ibiu wiiu iki mi power to .. old hewed pitch pine timber, and Italian named Demarco. Witnesses dilatory basis. The senate wound up w"e llk.ely f lnJure themselves by we offer you an opportunity to SEE, and READ, and KNOW, Tbe New Eog lumber defied the efforts of the Are- were procured to prove that they had and adjourned without anything be- I railing, out ne couia not see how i.n(5 v.m, n(i h,. ...fflof oj wt, A ;,Wnt fighters to put it out until It had bought liquor at different places and ing actually accomplished, and the Ll"ree wouia nave DiacKened eyes In ' .1. 1 " practically burned. The loss is 130.- way bills to show that different kinds itreaty goes over to the next session. I . "t my one time. uu wo great vaiueui iu ixew Mguna farmer, to oeneve mat a ciose anu 000, with insurance of 122,000. John of liquor had been bought the last mis means that the treaty will be permanent friendship of value to both sides, will be established. We know ixxitia tutu ittinny, wuu uttuuicu ilia i vyccb. iciiiaivii wuu 10 oupuuocu tu i w men auu ci tuuoiuciouiy ai- i Tnl Run an DafMit t j ... . ii M , i J i 1 i la I4..na U t J aJ m I ii u use, euvtfu n ear j y au ui ineir lurni- i nave ueen uuidk h- mrKe uuBiiifso, iciuicicu ueiuic 11 ia ttsmii prcaemeu lur ture. The large barns and other the house as officers entered and has ratification. There is no use in try from experience that any intelligent and progressive man who reads The New The Japanese occupied Tie Pass England Farmer for even so short a time as three or six months, will want to buildings upon the farm were saved not been found. The officers went Ing the same old treaty again. The March 15 and the Russians began a I read it longer henna this lihorol nffar is the same as In repeat nonnwara, wnicni is still in , ' . " I through the efforts of th Windsor Into different narts of the town with result in this case firemen. The house1 will be rebuilt teams but think now that many places the case of the railroad freight rate progress, after setting fire to Uie rail- Ithls summer, RAILROADS. The New England Telephone com pany of Boston has a force of men at work In Bennington and vicinity ex tending its lines. Most of the work will be the building of a nine-mile line from Bennington to Woodford City; an extension of three miles into the west part of the town, and anoth er toward Pownal, about the same distance. The line to Woodford will ... distance. Tne line to Woodford will TIME TABLE CENTRAL VERMONT RY. cllmD the mountain, passing by Camp VVVWttvv ikv i. kmc uomiori, a noted summer resort, rrni jivjs IAS. 1st. 1B05. through the Tranor meadows, noted New York r..-B-, locality, it Is expected the wires will 7.26 a.m., Week days for Now London; connects 06 extended to Wilmington and Brat at Millers FalisforTroy;atPalmerfor Boston, tleboro, telephone communication 7.G0 a. m., Week days for South Londonderry. wlthi them now being by North Adams wt a. iu., n sea uays ior opringneia ana wew and fctreenneld. 1 ura. TIT.. . 1 . .,., . nfn7 Wtn'""' .- The offloer. of the state T. M. C. A, J.17 p. m., Week days for Springfield and New I have announced that they are ready iura. iu esiauusn a Drancn at a on jutnan 4.23 p. m., Dally for Springfield and New York. Allen to be opened about May 1. They 4.23 p. m., Week days tor New London and New hn vn hwn mini York via. Norwich Line Steamer; connects at ev. nd an orHr T.H . time ago from the war department that post commanders might set aside quarters for the Y. M. C. A. Col. William M. Wallace, commander at the fort, does not approve of the pro ject. He does not believe that, un der existing conditions, the branch will be of a material benefit. He says tne men are well provided with amusements and he does not see what the Y. M. C. A. can do there. He Palmer for Boston. 6.46 p. m., Week days for South Londonderry. HrSuhject to change without notice. G. C. JONES. Oen'l Manager, St. Albans. J. E. BENTLEY, O. P. A., St. Albans. gOSTON & MAINE R. K. Winter Arrangement. In effect October 10. 1904 Conn, and Passainpslc Divlwiou TRAINS BOUND SOUTH. Lt. Bellows Falls, Air. Brattleboro, Lt. So. Vernon, ' Greenfield. Arr. Springfield, 6.40 9.36 2.48 4.44 1.S4 6.(18 10.10 3.13 6.10 2.03 7.10 11.20 4.10 6.06 2.66 a.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m TRAINS BOUND NORTH. Leave Bellows Falls 12.08, 3.04, 6.40 11.06 p. m. Arr. Windsor 1.06, 3.63, 7.3S, '11.60 p. in. TRAINS NORTH BOUND. a. m. D. m. d. m. n.m. Lv. Sprlnglield, 9.10 12.30 3.30 8.16 " Oreentield, 10.18 1.31 4.40 9.28 " Brattleboro, 11.10 2.20 6.36 "HUB Arr. Bellows Falls, 11.56 3.00 6.20 11.00 a. m. p. m. p. m. p.m. TRAINS SOUTH BOUND. Leave Windsor 3.60. 7.20 a. m., 12.26, 2.65, S.10 (mixed), p. ni. Arr. Bellows Falls 4.36. 8.09 a. m., 1 15, ).39 (.30 (mixed), p. m. Dallv. D. J. FLAXDKR8, Gen. Pass, and Ticket ARt am. am. Dm. rim. nm 4.39 8.17 1.26 3.42 li.35 Proposes to ask the military secretary o.ib .u3 2.10 4.i 1.14 ror recommendations In the matter. Chief Judge John W. Rowell of Randolph has been elected by the senate of New York university to fill one of the vacancies in the board of electors of the "Hall of Fame" in the class of chief justices. The 100 elec tors who served in 1900. among whom were the chief justice of the United States and the chief justices of about 20 states, will serve again In 1905, ex cepting 11 persons, who have been re moved by death, and others whose i We have spent thousands of dollars to mskn Th TJbw Eno-lnnd Farmer tht naa oeen notinea oi tneir approacn in uui. ji ine presiuent s request lne u ouyimen. An im- Beat Agricultural PaDer Publi shed " and nnw its nr tn uon" fi tnkn id- time to dispose of goods. No arrest, house hustled it through and sent it Prial order from St. Petersburg ap- l . ar"-u"u P fUDiisnea, and now its up to you to taKe io were made. to the senate, but the senate looked Points Gen. Linevitch to succeed Gen. vaDtage of the great work we are doing. If all we claim is true You Should at it with disfavor. Next winter the ivuropatmn as commander-in-chief of Read The New England Farmer Reoularlv. Tt i. 4.ir.lw . trial Tne convention or tne Vermont senate win pass just tne Kino or a lurceo. ii contains is nnn j. . .. .... State Dental society was adjourned bill regulating freight rates that it not a single word of praise for Kuro- "v ...moio oro now reaaing ii, ana we coma not nolo tnem II it were at Rutland Friday noon, March 17. wants, if lt passes any. patain, who is dismissed and dis- not all we claim. Ask tbe man who reads it. He knows. These officers were elected: Presl- During the extra session Senators graced, 'ine emperor decided that NnmttF hmnm.r. n,. . j ,, . A . r. m T ) -l T5 ..t Pi. t xt, -V, 1, T." t. I h P fltpll vrao no.mDooM. ...1 i. v I " ut w,uci Ifauoia VUU IXIHV rSBO. Villi will HEHI nna fll UCIIl, UCUIge . XILCI Ul J H nill.r- I . n. v . r i . , I n 4 Win, lYIlk.A u A I dill- j ' . " " " ..ml.,.ui j v (1,-11 t ue- . L J . . . boro: first vice president, George O. sylvania and Aldrich of Rhode Island came apparent that Kuropatkln, 01 merest and value printed EXCLUSIVELY in The New England Farmer juiicueil Ul Ol. AlumiBi oecoim vix I "nr nuociu an nits iiiiii? iuiu as mey .""vv"uowiiB iui u. bihjiu a W IllHKe II VtUKTll 1111 K WH l.h. fA.nK.n. U I... !. i j 1.l president, C. H. Kent of Barre; sec- Were not present at the beginning of ile Fass' eemed unaware that the v ..".u,., lui ouu reau it s""i' retary, Thomas Mound or Rutland; tne session tney are not yet sworn Japanese naa wonted around west corresponding secretary, Miss Grace in and could not be paired. Aldrich ward again and practically allowed Lu Bosworth of Rutland; treasurer, is In Europe. Knox Is in Florida and nimseir to De surprised. The task W. H. Munseli of Wells River; ex- Piatt Is in North Carolina. Senator connoea to uneviteh' Is desperate. ecutlve committee. Harrv F. Hamilton Foraker started for EuroDe Saturday. reparations for continuing the of New York, Charles F. Meacham in company with ex-Senator Quarles war on a larger scale than ever are Puh rJcmr VnerteA Tf tj ii v Tt. of Bellows Falls, A. Z. Cutler of Ben- of Wisconsin. Senator La Follette of Proceeding. Another army of 450.000 .cngiana rarmer, XJrattieDOrO, Vt. nlngton: delegates to the national Wisconsin, elected to succeed Quarles. men 13 " oe sent to the Far East r-i.l. t. j . . . .. . convention to be held at Buffalo, N. has not been here at all and may composed of separate divisions under wuuemcu. BrUClOSea please Una 25 cents in Stamps, for whlCD r.. in juiy. urs. u. manson, j. a. never oe. it is rumored mat ne mav I'cuueris ana ivamarorr. sena me rn rusTir HnnionH T?n-... ts.i j i Jackson and S. D. Hodges of Burling- hold onto the governorship and re- ,Jne war council is said to have de- I , , , uu U1UIM SIX monifls, ana leg ton, W. H. Wright of Brandon, C. H. ruse to qualiry. Senator Bate of u,u l" "ojestvensky shall proceed tacieaiier ai I.OO per year Unless ordered discontinued" n V T rl..... ut. T.ntiu. Is a,.nrAA V... r. With his flpot anH mt Tnn,. a . y viuucu UISUUUUUCU, . i 1 1 k J . i, ill, x. u. Pirate, ut wuu.- 1 .... ...v lo ti y JKIV. " ... . . l xukvb IICCL. pelier, G. F. Barber of Brattleboro, O. Frazier of that state, both democrats. ten. Kuropatkln, sinking all feeling . . f . T. .15 T , 1 1 l DnIJ. T ...11.,.. . V. l,, ftf n d r O n n '1 1 hlttaMina. , . . ai. ueorge ul neiiowa rails mm uraiuco ut r uneue, ine repuoncans ' "..ic.coo, una volunteered vr Thnmno Mnnnd nf Rutland. It was are short two votes hv th lpcislutiiroa to remain in any caDacitv with ihu NMUIIS. decided to hold the next annual con- or Delaware and Missouri still fall- J? ne naa 80 long command vention at Brattleboro, In May, 1906. The closing address was given by Dr. George O. Mitchell of St. Albans on Incidents of Office Practice. Trial Subscription Coupon. Luella Hulett, the youilg woman who, as Louis Hulett and dressed In man's clothing was recently fined for the illegal shooting of deer in Ben nington municipal court, was fined $15 and costs for intoxication at Bennington Saturday, March 18. She still wore her lumberman's garb when arrested late Friday night in the Lyons district where she had been making great disturbance. She slept in a barn Thursday evening. She declared that she was ashamed of her clothing and protested that she has a hard time in life and drinks only j when discouraged. When seen in jail she said that she was 22 years old. was married but lived with her hus band only a year and does not know where he Is now. She began to wear ine: to elect. If nil TinH Hmti nroeant ed. The tender has been nrpontui k.. I and nil vnennclpn had hoon fltla It la Emperor Nicholas hnrelv nnaallilo hut not at ail nv.. celved by the new Iporlor nt ti,. Prist fiffi a Die mat tne treaty mignt nave been " "-." iariea southward from ratineo. as one senator can block marcn zo, amidst a most re- buslnpsR Infipfinltnlv poriainiv th(t... maritaDie larewell from ..iinn,. five resolute opponents could have Harbln fln(l soldiers who are on thn TJurol TJM,f V n. on WSV to fi nut tha ol, . . ;- 15 HU.. 11 v' 1 1 1- . .n.ijvo Ul Liie np. Senator Proctor was a member of P'eted army. Rfnrmr tne senatorial committee appointed to accompany the remains of Sena- Boys who smnko -State.. 11 tor Bat tn TpnnPRaPft nnrl nrnnt fmm u ...uJ; tiKareiies nave there to Hot Springs. ArC ior members Tf the Zl the McKeesport, Pa., high-school, who "in oe graauated in June. The de cision resulted from a lecture against the paper sticks by the Rev. O. R Miller, of Washington. RUTLAND RAILROAD TIME TABLE. Correct-,1 to Octolwr loth, low. Trairm leave Bellow Falls an follows liaily except Humlay anleHS othrwiw notd. (ioIXG NORTH. 6:15 a. m. Mixed for Ktitland anil Intcrmedi ste THti,,n, conncctiiii; with trail! for llnrliiitrron. 12 .-OS noon Mail for Rutland. Burlinirton and i vlded for Inscriptions, I. -05 St. Alluinn. terms of service have expired. The boy's clothes for convenience in duty attached to the office is to re-I working- in the woods and on the ceive In the. month of May a printed i farm. Although tanned by exposure, list of the names presented for places I she is said to be a urettv woman and in the "Hall of Fame," to suggest ad- has a eood renutation notwithstand- ditlons, if the electors so desire, and ing hr association with lumbermen to return to the senate of New York; in the woods. Mrs. Susie Rogers, a university, by October 1. 1!(05. thelhumane officer, visited the younir names selected as most deserving of woman in Jail and asked her if she commemoration. A gift of $100,000 j would not change her mnn's clothln? was accepted by the New York uni- nnd wear n woman's garb. She said versity to use In building a colonnade Ishe would if the socletv would furnish i io serve as a nan oi mine ior great her the clothes and arrangements Americans. One hundred and fifty; have been nindo to have an outfit) panels, two by ek'ht feet, were pro- readv for her. It Is expected that ; 0 names to,af.,.r the case of intoxication Rc-.-ilnt l-.V, h. fnserihed in 1300 nnil nt tha r j t.nH ..i.. ...ni ka rem Mountain Flrer for Rutland, i ,.t .. ,k.nn. n.. ... ' ' ... ; . . .. tiirii..frr.,n i,,ntlw.i t',i..a J v jn.j . 1 , v. 1 . ... a womans worn in one 01 ine imus l.uritKn.l St. Allan.. PulUnan Parlor far a"",1""aI. l'ilu uc apim.u. ,t llennlngton. She has had the re ior ituruiifTTon ami Montreal. r. m Local Kxres for Kutland, Bur int.tn and inL-rnjeiliare vtation. 11 -J30 p. ni. Niirht li.rewi Lady f 4-Montreal Hrdennurg and n uay. Thrciugh sleep. Famnger for and the West. F' tawa Hailyexcept Sui er for St. Hvarinthp. f &6 a. m. Sund'an. only. HuiUuiH and horlingun. Trains arrive at Bellow Falls from the North : I a. m Xight Kipre-a Dally. S:1S a. I.-al from Rutland. 11 m a. . Hniwlavn onlT f nm Rutland. I 10 p. m. Mail from Burlingtna. S'SS p. aa. ;rem Moantaia Fiver. i-M p. at. Mixl rrom Rutland. OEO. T. JAR VIS. C. A. MM MO. Ocaeral Maiuger. Oea'l Paaa. Ageat. suitiaad. Tt. i so that th entire number should le : ,.e 1-1,. i,ia ... rl.r."'""- V"" fens .King s .noimtaln and ter wnv completed by a. l. 2o. in lo. now-i wood a drry where she Is employe !. ever, oniy .-a out oi ine possmie u Jhe remained in jail over Sunday, names received the approval of the her fine had not been nnld. electors. PHYSICIANS ADVISE IVng BROHYS INSTANT RCUCF THE rAMILT MEDICUTE. Tf a STOMACM t tOWU 1K01BUS. mu-s bf tim (otvir tfanaini Cv. Somr. Ma. days' stay. His secretary, Mr. Hoi brook, accompanied him. Senator Dillingham returns home to-dav. His secretary, Mr. Husband, returned to Montpelier Wednesday. Col. Has klns returned home immediately after the house adjourned, to take the pre liminary steps toward that cardpn. congressman Foster has been in Charleston. S. C, the past week, de livering what is reported as a mag nificent address before the United Hibernian societies of that city Fri day. St. Patrick's dav. Contrary to expectation, or intention, the delega tion did not find the time to confer on the subject of the Vermont federal appointments before leaving tho eltv and leter will have to hold a "basket picnic" for that purpose up In Ver mont. If I unload sufficient of the i-Hn find malaria to undertake the journey. 1 mienn to Vrs. H. and start for South Cnrolim hy the middle of thn wet.-, and hope " to bp nMe to snnbnke the effect of a .Washimrton winter out of what there i left rf ny system. I intend to go as frr a' ! i oiuinma. and w-t to Sp:irtnnbnr? nnd the old reve'utlor.irv battlefield r 'i tn w. ( owpens. King's Mountain conntrv ni.vle hltorie hv fiumn ntid M;:rtn. Th" southern r:,ji system bns kindlv supplied with every fncillty and convenience ror seeing the country to the best ad- Mintaee. laying out tnv route trener The VERY BEST L As Cold Water cools the parched tongue, so Comfort 3"?H";dan,,Tl!,n,n't';-,?r' nf '"" Pn... -.i. .ru.. wi. k.. ,"'1""- and ' expect to discover mat- Powder cools, refreshes and heals ba by'g chafed, burning and smarting skin. E. A. Nichols, trained nurse. St. Augustine. Fla, says: "1 use Com fort Powder constantly for babies." Be sure you get Comfort Powder as nothing equals it. All druggists In I Brattleboro sell It. jers. manners nnd morals In tht' "land where the sweet maenoll' biooms" which should be of Interw to you all. Anyway, barring siekne and accidents, you'll hear from m next week from down there, and teresting letters from a little know section of our country. J. E. Harris. riliiiKl R Y'E . ii i vir Q. " - 3ii.R w r.9 I kMfr rAdtl'ii SOLD WHISKEY is .VOLDCROM Arts-.-.. . MS U - s rune K". Sold only in bottles everywhere NEVER SOLD IN BULK. H. B. KIRK & CO.. N. Y.. Sole Rnff!Pr BY F. C. GALE & COMPANY RYE H.w r"s gTATBOF VERMONT. 1 Br the Trolate Court Mari-',ko. ss. for said l.iatrict in a l tvm.x. tn.AM.. , . ceaaed, 4,11 tA tat Brattlet, de. hereby notihed that thi. v...1:. . 1 ?" re n i . i '"s win nt-a-Mans nn. .K.L 01 Intronient at tbe Maai... -7 wpear aaa eaMMt . h ' canae. u yon si 10 A. F. 8CHWKXK, Eegistcr. JSTATE OF VKRMOXT, By the Probate O-urt MABLnoBo.M. ) for said M-tri. t, To all Pmnm In..- ... j . . . ..... , ,f JLili. .KLr M' UKA, late of Brattl. h-t '. deceased, GUKKTiX-: nL5T3T:P-i- Rh"d ! Frank Sh b" P-Ti u'lh' 0rt an instrnmrat puri-rt-nr..l- v1 wi d decrsl, t FoV-rtJn. '"'"by oetihed that t!. T decide upon the probate of asi JSil'" sessfost thereof to bs hrld at Ir'J? (MBoe Brauirtwro, ia aaid li trirt, on tlx 25th dr i..i. 'nio.i,a wbers yoo may appear and contest tM . If yon am caoae. t A. F. SCHWE5K, Begister.