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t MJALLDOWN STAIRS Sft.'SuK' 11,6 d,,U8,,,,,r mi may Ctlltoll m nORTHFIELD WOMAN 1 uraiueDuro. WR " Mrs. Henry Mi BREAKS HER NECK. r runic iiimfttiu i . . . v no VI IU lllirill inn U' (tills I L,gr. """ Da'ny Dickinson has gone, to Un, 0'M Tnr0UB" BO,B"nl Vv R c delegate of the .,..W' m C ".' "'.'I1"" of Northurap. 1 ,h V .7,'a vlKllln m'r "u,,t- ' Join) Bobbins. Where She Ii Gueit Oth NorlKfield News. . u Hnltou was futally In , j,.hn Zr i SI The granger are preparing for a ,efk '' mihh t Hiirs I mo near future, iiutmiy oi tone, i ne action is eicc r MImh I lllliin m ..... i . ' . no-piieuuiuiic ana me organ is sup 18 for Bosh, ,1 uin ' ft,.'i M,,n,Jar filed with wind by means of a rotar; 1K hi im AiiiionauiKs. basement of the building and operat Mi.. ;l liHlllt'll.V JUinn unum 1 . iicp father. Lew r 1' ivtlivtl mtTchant, lived for - 11 I11" ... ...... n,....t.t.. .. " . usi in llinsuuie. iiiiiiniii J,i'likc i" I've nKiiin In Hltis- The list of new library books pub '2 , v, nt lo the old home but Hulled September g should bo pre i nirUl'K'o li iinnM-i r",c,i iui leiereuce. ',!,, i,.me Mrs. ueais near- Mr. tiiglii. 1" the '"'-"l"ff as duughl ': .. , mil' and fell, breaking . . i evening with U. Wurlngr Stebbtng ot mid Mrs. (ieorKe Dean nnd Brooklyn. X. Y., an orKanlxt. There er, Llllu, from Koxhury are the W)lB a K"01' slued audience present. Kuem. or u. H. Clreen. C. W. Mattoon'. ' Birthday Party. iron, i m i? h . . rl,Vu'l(J n:l8 The birthday party of Charles W. broth i 1i,0.uV,HU h,"r f,,ur Mtt..oii was attended by over 75 brothers, who reside there. frletld! ..,.... eVenliut. the oc h,. leaves a siepson out him there are no near " ..n InUon In ,H' " "J T..j.Tr" , 'iv,,l in No'thnem ror several -- " .,, recent (leain or ner ". "uu. . . .. it., i. ... nnn win tw ai kn m r nn linn ii..u .,,1 join ii"""" - . .. " anu h is to be conv Jill V;UleV rair cepi. .I aim ouu mm. ftlllll miner, wun two Cier than ever. clilldren. are KueHts of Mrs. Miner's ij"1"" . . t.i. I urandmnther tin A n ui.,,.. .Minnie ltnwara IS leai-nni 111 ... . nutt I1B- tho Inn In h..llu ,....,.11.1..., probate .-..urt was ne.a nere imnroveZnU. -i1.!." for Hie L UMUIiini uuur W'M"' . Hhi-oM Phntiihcrliilii I. hn ,,l,u(l. tute for Israel Anderson In C. E. Wil liams's store, Mr. Anderson being ill. "., ,h,ve new teachers of the een j-M are boarding at F. B. Cald " r M I-azelle has gone to .! H.. for a short visit with Elliel Braman. a graduate of miliary, is now teaching school bn. Mass. .... H,.iton has returned &in'tflPll to comPlete her course :t business coiieKe. .i v,.,ii,ii,,i,i neonle attended "Franklin County fair, which was in Greeniiein mis we. 9 Katheiine Callaghan of Bos- , speiiJins a few weeKS' vacauon her mother on Warwick avenue. in Miner cut his hand last week ..,.,! .wuml atlfchea had to jifii by the attending physician. !. Mary Stalker of Boston, ac- anM by her daugmer, ciuine- is a euest of her niece, airs. i- Vorsf. r Mi'oilv is taking a trip to i... uiw.io he is visiting and fiiiw certain missions which are :dl there. M,iv ii.lini of Rethel. who is iing school at Turners Falls, was n over Sunday, the guest oi ancle. Dr. X. P. Wood. r w Lnvfuril a noted evaneel- las'bcen lit Ml. Hermon recently Wd services wnicn were evangei in character. C. K. Ober. who eminent iii Y. M. C. A. work, as- him. .mm;. li..!iii ore now used in rial hall and prove much more factory than the gas, which was h.f,.iu The clock In the tower been Illuminated and can be seen lies around. Fortnightly club will have its meeting next Monday afternoon, ber 25. The program will con- )( a Biirliamentary drill under leadership of Mrs. Nellie M. assisted by Miss uertruae is reported that Miss Goddard. a ion; aiso '"been granted a scnu ib.... ral town committee ",slty and will take a philosophical course. , , ..otpn sal' lasname ' Int. aHnd Mattoon last Mr rtt..n nnd me r" . t3., stives' convention; renublican M. E. Williams biiiI Miss Maud :k of Amherst were married 7:rllrif TK. ,.Dilina n'Ofl In 'w and whs a very quiet one. friends in this .ention are glad September t elb.r Mccracken of the state to choose democratic tow Itv V I. In ifWUTi I ' the ten ies In inu-n ant VV1NP11AM COUNTY REFORMER, liRATTLKliORO, VT., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1905. . . i of la visiting in Mrs. Ilcnrv Mnu.... i.. i. ...... . . son In Troy. N. 11 B "r itiLitnuii wan uiitMiufu uy uvci t i ine truHtoea of the seminary had canlon belli the 6l8t anntvernary of Bervice at AiatuKnrB Uirlh. The nouHe iii. i raa naimuiiii'iy ut'iumiru ilii i Hold her barn hydranaettH, anters and potted plants , . . Iilun . .... J It.m.l.i.. TJ i it f nnfl diiiii k hn H. ujiiiaiiKi-an. nnit-n Mini im.i.u i'iu " l" ii'iiveriea inio anoiner " ... """" - -- barn by George T. Cnrnmlngs. llson made some apt remarks In SiXtV-One HCholnrs were r..DrHtered in the high school Monday, the larg est number that has yet been en rolled. Mrs. Benjamin P. Field, Mrs. Medad Moody and Mrs. T. R. Callender. who have been on the sick list, are Improving. mrs. uouruii anu uaugiuer. l.u.u, left town Tuesday, having been the guests of Miss M. T. Dutton for sev eral weeks. Newton Priest, who has beer, vis iting relatives in this section during the Hitmmer. has returned to his home in Georgia. Axel Kwanson. who has been chef at The Northfteld during the summer, left Monday for Brown university to complete his course. TP lr C.-.r.lrK...l.ra nllnnil.iil tho fOm union of his regiment In Springfield mis wees anu nrs. imii iukk tinn ed her sister at North Hadley. Newton Howard, oldest son of Su perintendent E. T. Howard, was f.w.rn r.1.1 Kll.VI.la 'PlIPsHllV. breaking his arm near the shoulder. Roy A. Neville of Northfleld. a graduate of the Lucas school of sten ography, is now employed in Boston in the claim agents' omce, rsosuin Maine railroad. David Stockbrldge returned to the Worcester Polytechnic school last ..!, ..!..., on Roller. Wood and George B. Callender returned to Tufts college this ween. nt twit of mens Falls is spend ing the week with Mr. and Mrs. Ball i.ii.. .,o,u in.l.i nt Orange rnint.1111 twiiirnmv - . . i this week, Northfteld was represented this week, iNortnueiu wits . : degree .... r. Arthur Pierson. who gave an cenett a aegiee -- school to wnose address wednesuay evening. in,. joth. nf Miss rcila Stratton oc- ,...rrurt n't Northfleld Farms Thursday, after a lingering illness. The funera i,Qi,i s.,ti.rrinv and tie interment ,1, a I wan iiciu mi.iw''j ... win the centre school last was in Norinnem ru.... - n. m.imiu.i Umi.iiiv in ji een- ti,o o-vont hall came between tne a who is engaged in Y. M. C. married and single men lat wek re- , . ... .i . 1 .... ..it.,., ,xf Oft .i 11 in ravoi m, TWiy were expecting ui -v sultea in a vicwi ,.- ice to Kansas where they will ,,f the married men. Another game , ,k .... u . k ..i....o.i next week Thursday. well uuillf. IS LU oc iiiuj"-- - J. Webster, who has been em- Asa Brown of Amherst spent a iii the Co mortage omce anu week here wun m n. uwt .i.nnirKiiiheri in mra c TT. Webster ana ljiiiia" Mlding. leaves town soon to en- Alexander attended the x'11Ka" milips Andover academy wnere tion of the worn ui u.c ipects with a year's work he can at Athol last week. .,.: Y..io o,.n,.o-o ... ..:..! urn-jon loft Thursday , MUW .- ''rrr-L '"rtenrt Miss tr is now Pi rham s aim lnsteao oi for Sprlngneia iu "';.:''. tllld Wii's Inn and Mr. Perham has shoemaker, ot tanoio t7mp .... . .. a.. .. ..i.-.,-,).. tn snend some nine st VVlllluin - ,i tn r.iinenbure last week. .. it. nnil Thnrs- mm', in,, nmi Mr Perham has h.,e.nnker. of Staftord apiiB. Valley rair ii i wt announcement' cards assur- they are planning to spend some urn dny next weeK won . .m ... .,.o,. ui., i.on,in tn L. c....ot.wa nn.1 afterwards vi.sit otn- ,. ,i,.n,.e at Dickinson hi l Ir-UUJIL- (H II1C5 HtlCIIU"" " I ilL inttlWlVB" uiriotiv lom vintai nnd .iionou nf interest. w . '...j, . : . , j from Oulll ifii'MMutia anu H'piius Mrs. fciUiOe 11 i "t r nnd r,. u , ,"s..T ' "" y are. ?;w davs re- ill UI llf !(( Ullt'IlIfJIia. UfnnnM 111 UWH " ' r n. .... .. - o,,n,,a 1"'. .. nniiina-on Rev. and Mrs. v. ai. .i. . . i.nit fp.ino. 1..11 ATi-a Slade is the mother- .iiiioih in ine town nun i uw- hhiii. - siade. evening. September 26. for the lninw of Mrs. Maysie Hastings . iaue f ,iniio-otft 1 . i. , chnarH who Erauuaieu tn th.. , uuJT nm.nr.iinr . h aptnlnarv. has been v ii-iuuiitaii mate vvmh- , 'I " . : of n .JU"e " n- nrenaratory to go-1 ., rr. "-"in iowii" she has i una mree delegates to tne rep- lnK to Syracuse uiiiveiniu. SlinnioiiM la the Instructor In drawing and H. S. Rtowe la the Instructor In music. Mr. and Mrs. A. PI Woodburv are taking a vacation for a month and ure visiting In Brockton, their former home. The New Organ Completed. The new organ placed in the audi- other organ In and Vel retilinlnir ulvntitlietlH quality of tone. The action la elec Thoroughbred 8hoeo Flocka and Ruined by Dogi. Dogs raided the choice (lock of thoroughbred South Down sheep owned by 8. C. Hevernnee and Mona recently. It was planned to take .u ..i.. Knl Miiiulitv one was T lie new organ pluced in the audi- 1 ' , h , t:,ir . ,, 0,nr . torium is an electric one and repre- ,,ut . the head and Tuesday " ".!.e " v ..."e . f,. ..k,"d. A" he dogs were am.nig them again. HopeJjones and'.t .-".d itTha "ne dog was shi.t and killed on the In uroportlon to its slie there la no !' M W. A. imn t . . . : ... . nunv iirifP iit'inir iiit-u i. America an powerrui, . bllUMli It wa aim , 1 .u... ..... .l,,u-ii liml been HISO IOUIIU Ullli 1'" ."" i r.i...i- .'rlvzell's sheep and P" i..,.. i.,l ..1 11 nut of 37 111 his thick. ?h Both Hocks are practically ruined. Attend the Valley rair ept. n mm 2S, Greater than ever. Mrs. Cartmll! has as a guest a friend from Springfield. Ethel Buddlngton returned to her duties at Columbia college Monday. 8. C. Severance and Guy severance attended , the fair at Charlemont Thursday. F.rnest Wilcox is 111 with muscular rheumatism. He Is attended by Dr. Stetson of Greenfield. W A. Barber has purchased the farm owned and occupied by Horace Kemp In East Colraln. Fred Shelden of West Deerfleld Is n vn.nk Foster; Joe Day of Greenfield for. Ernest Wilcox. There will be a harvest concert in the church Sunday evening, com- i..- .. .in Much nains have nieiicniK i i , . .i been taken to make it an interesting service. ui. .Mi.'iiiii im urgo Jlio, loctlieu 111 ill basement of the building and operat u.l 1... .. ....11.... ... i.... mi. . n...... e-vi iijr i. Ki.niioiiri eiiKine. ine u-ii- lng recital was given Wednesday evening with G it iinnii oitiut.- n.'iiif ai'i iciirairo which he congratulated Mr. Mattoon especially on events which were likely I . . !...!, .1.1.'. U I .. ... . 1. flltllMl . .1 ui.KiiiII ..in ...line in inr i u . u . and closed with the reading of an appropriate poem. Mrs. Wilson read an original poenf and songs were sung, after which refreshments were served. Mr. Mattoon was a meniDer of Company C. 14th New Hampshire regiment, and is the youngest mem ber of the local G. A. R. post. Death of Thomas Alexander. The death of Thomas Alexander occurred very suddenly at Lake Pleasant Tuesdav morning. Mr. Al exander was born 85 years ago in this town and was the son of Henry Alexander. He was well connected with the leading families In town. Most of his life was spent in North fleld but for the last several years he knn ... n .r.H uVinra nt t ho VPfl r nun jmanni a s"v. rui ... ..... .. at Lake Pleasant, where he owned a cottage which he used ror renting pur- nnaou Mr AlovntiHor nnssessed an excellent memory and was well post ed on tne evenis or pain mnimj v.... nected with the town. He is survived by two sons Frank of Worcester and Fred who lives in New, YorK city. Mr Alexander has often spent his winters of late years. Northfield Boy Married in Iowa. tn n recent Issue nf the Shenandoah (Iowa) Post there is a lengthy ac count of the marriage of Edson R. Ki.n.lorliinil nf Ann Arbor and Miss Dell Read of Shenandoah. The mar riage service was read by tne groom father, Rev. J. T. Sunderland, pastor of the First Unitarian church of Toronto. Can. Edson Sunderland was born In Northfield at the Thatcher .....! tho futnllv lire verv Dleas- antly remembered during the pastor ate of Rev. J. J. . puiiieniiiiu ui tt,.i.,...ioi. nimrfh Yonnir Mr. Sun derland is an assistant professor in Mrs. Peck was formerly Miss Mayo or tne u'" " ' ,.m a nf Warwick and visnea ner um ... - . u. ... i.i.i .i..Ir..UA in nni iiiNiiiiii v. iiv i church last Sunday. .... "" .'iXcTa studies In the univer At the 62nd annua mating oi ine d u the Un, VERNON. Mrs. Celia Howe of Greenfield has been visiting relatives ana irienas i Inn-n tills week. t.ii.h tho llttlo flitncrhter of Mr. mmwss ziSS t:t r ' n.'ited from tne iiierary uciin..... "... tn utohlihte 1r of HtcnDUl'g. i.Qo hoon nt his farm here a He has few jj'ays this week. Miss Susie Younglove rrom ritcn ,nrc Mass.. has been spending a few davs with her cousin. Miss Zella Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Williams of New York are spending a short time with :heir son and wue. air. aim iu.o. u- . Williams. has been to the j i. hoo nursiied sneciai worn j-. n. v...., - - - . ., the" go university, besides a year Machuae tt. p.. iity of Berlin. Ger nnd in tne um- ersitv of Caiiiomia anu mi ..i..-. fiocrr0 in law from the . . ...hnHn funnHv hp now be- longs and in which he has received rapid promotion. i ne " . rted I received the .fegree of A. B. from the University of Ann ai-doi in i.. md later has pursueu spec ui ipent In study and travel abroad. WEST NORTHFIELD. Charles Strange is on the sick list. Robert Strange is at work In Hins dale. N. H. . Henrv Briggs is visiting relatives in New York. Airs Marv Gates has been visiting her son In Orange. wuiiiim Aidrich took a n.i. ,i,..w.o at Dickinson hall hursday evening was enjoyed by all esent. mi. - f.-i..mla nf Mr. and Mrs. George Hilliard are 'Pleased to learn thev have purchased the place of Mrs Cyrus Hale, which, they have rented so long. LEYDEN. Raided SOUTH VERNON. Two Injuriee to Local Railroad Em ployee. John W. Brooks of this town fell, at Windsor recently, while at work as brakeman on mf .....".... struck on his back Injuring nis spine. .. . . i... Kor..o in Smith Vernon tie is ui .nf ii"" . and as comfortable as can be expect ed. Bert Newton is iu .i no... cause of an Injury received while working on the cars. Potatoes are rotting badly. Valley Fair. Brattleboro. Sept. 27 and 2S. Largest and best. tt .... i m ninnchard will speaK in the chapel Sunday at 11 a. m. Tnhn H Gould of Springfield, aiass.. is a guest at C. H. Newton's. Mr and Mrs. - Albert hanyer oi Fltchburg. Mass., have been recent guests at Jfi. u. L,ee s. nu l ooln Vorrester of Wardsboro Is caring for Mrs. Wesley Allen. Mrs. May Bardwell nnving Hiceion. . ... position in Northampton. Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Frank eeKS nave returned . to Brattleboro after a two weeks' visit with tneir siie., ...... Martha Tyler, and brother, Ned Graves. The Ladies of Brattleboro and vicinity are, cordially inVited to attend a reception to be given by the National Biscuit Company at Grange Hall, Tuesday, September twenty-sixth, from two until five o'clock. MUSIC AND REFRESHMENTS. i al weeks, returned home last week. - r...L- tu mmh Imnvoved in health ill.. VV" i" --- - but it will be several months before he will be able to perioral imiu ui... ttr a c.,.,iroo -lio was seriously IV. rt. KHJUIIfi ..- . . L Injured Thursday of lust week by be ing thrown rrom a iouo. "i .-" Kioto tjmdine hill, was taken to the Brattleboro Memorial hospital last Friday morning. The latest reports t f,.i-nrnhie for his recovery, as business complications have developed in his case In aanmon io um ."ju. Sunday in the Union church at I p. .1 l...n in 111.1 ISllllH BIUU.T course will be taken up Instead of the re; Ine chr, Mn a fiuifi uc. iiTn.in ann nit? i1-" . the immediate relatives being hVve returned to their home in os Mr. and Mrs. Williams leu . after being tne gu-,-' hlch have been Northfield rain.j .... . .. . i 1. . m TJ.i -t auiontoone inn iiiriuru Mrs. w. x. Wier and vicinity and will af- ". mPetlngs whl .m,. i. .i. - , l . n.h.M i in. t v.nthnn Williams is engaged in business, held in 'mscontinuea and the las "inesday was the day for the service of the ser les Mr. and suit of Miss Amanda Neville, sunday eyemios f Kreat as hler of Ji.mes Neville, to Prof. Mrs. Chaffer have been Miss Neville has oeen 101 slstaiice ... . a ar In Porto Rico, where she nomoeratic caucus will be heia tetn instructor in stenography. The df mocrax Wednes(,ay evening, ere m,.t Prof. Christmas. Her in the tow n nan g f(jr the ur. ends in this section are glad &el'lc"'f ch0osing two delegaxes c.. of her hanniness and pros- pose of "s" stlc 8tate. county and rraUrtoTn committee 1 i UI iorK was in for wv- lfnn1flV I day. coming here from Am- school began Monday Aicompaniea Dy nis ii. Greenougu. '.",. iTV ft' and ntripr IllJll tTD I " . . IhiiIIIIIKM .. .tt and airs. looo. With Misses , i the town. Mrs. Mc- cott n,.";rdwell of Brattleoor" being interested in her an- Miss raltimar room a . who were among the early teaches In tne r ,ang , ,he pri J rV--1TllIlt-ll. , T IN LUC She Is a direcx ae- -M. Gertrude i,uni (ho 1 mai3i .--- ...Lfl,,!,! faniin. Wstercorth A rounded spoonful of a of Yo ?oes farther than heaping spoonful other kinds. rri it nnrl u will be surpnsea ai Given Up to Die. rt Snleeel. 1.204 N. Virginia street. t... n.ttocf "For over nve :T. Rubied with kidney and bladder artecxions vmul.i much pain and worry I lost flesh and was all run down, and a year ago had to abandon work ent rely. I had three of the best physicians who did me no good and I was practically giv Jn up to die Foley's Kidney Cure was recommended and the first bot le gave me grTa relief, and after taking the second bottle I was entirely cured.' Sold by all dealers. BERNARDST0N. a etrntton has recently been to Saratoga for a few days. Valley Fair, Brattlenoro, eepi. and 28. Largest and best. Mrs W E. Cushman went luesuay JVllS. ii. . ... to New YorK mr o.'i Mrs. Lowe of New YorK, a summer guest in the ramny "i . .. . has returned i" " Mrs. Belle Hare Gordon oi ville. Conn., has been a recem BUt of her aunt. airs. j. . n.r T.neia Frizzell Williams u. ' .. . AnAnt1ir T)fnT sime Ume at the Frizzell homestead. William A. Tottingnam oi wm v V accompanied by Mr. Osborne, a friend from Amherst, has passed some time in the home of his father Carlos D. Smith, son or Key. r. o. -th, I hTlMda?f0ent?ramth,; freshman class of Colgate university. Walter E. Davis went lasi w Boston where ne - ---ddard SaS Richards & Co.. Importers of textile macnn.c.,. ul .. ho. a tree bearing A", Wf the Wolf River variety. 12 apples, of the Wolf"' fc d One epimen weighed 15 ounce, and 2,me bthers looked larger. cIm-bake, attenaea oy n'nJ,am.nB one aay last week. . j..ih nf Mrs. Helen T vnan" of Hinsdale, a former resident Lyman oi ... ,n the week. here. in ,he Congre- Jaht1ona?echuh".r 10:30 Thursday e invitation oi Mrs Bullard to the Social circle JJ-..re!l bv a large attendance Thnrsday afternoon. Many former mem now reside in Green mem . r.j .h. home circle. The flem jon. -- on, the SO or It Is The and was btes aerved an excellent repast . . "n 7ft ruesta to i ..to tn hare a dear head, an active Drain. ... ltut!?l wweak or wherTthe stomach ZZFfS Dyspepsia Cure -hi nut the stomach and digestive or wiU put tne ditJon ,nd improve "Vnner?rndition. Sold by George E. Greene, ..i.... v t o it tunic. First les regular i. . - - - . son in the course. Moses at the burn- ig bush, Exodus 3.1-1S. J ne rejium. urch service at 3 p. m. ov. r. issork will nreach. fcveryboay is welcome to both services. The annual meeting of the ernon Union Church association will be held Saturday evening. September 30, in the vestry of the church. After the supper has been served, the business meeting will be held. An entertainment. The Medical Social, will be given by Dr. N P. Wood of Northfield and the Y. P. C. U of this town. A small fee will be charged., the proceeds to go toward the churcn building fund. . GUILFORD CENTER. Don't forget the Valley Fair dates: Sept. 2" and 28. Come. The time for the regular meeting m ii.., n -J T3. wL- o-tf1 n ETA has been changed to Monday night, September 25 on account ot ine anr, ..... ... ..' Tho teachers having school work to exhibit at the fair are requested to taKe or senu n i" - early as possible the first day. x GUILFORD. Valley Fair. Brattleboro. Sept. 27 and 28. Largest and best. Miss Cora Goodenougn is assisuns In the care of her aunt, Mrs. Newton. There will be a service In Christ church Sunday, Sept. 24. at 2:30 p. m. Farmers are hurrying In their en silage. Potatoes are a short crop and rotting badly, in some cases whole fields being left, not being worth dig ging. J A. Allen's auction sale was fairl well attended Tuesday and reasonable prices obtained. E. H. Stacy, who has bought Mr. Allen's farm, will move there soon. GREEN RIVER. a few from here attended the fair at Greenfield. it n R-irrien and family are soon to move to Brattleboro. T.otooo pre not turning out wen. They are small and rotting. The first frost or tne season m- J IUJ.i, nllrht MOSt Of the iieiirtru . i , .... .. - , , farmers have their corn cut and silos filled. ' . WEST HALIFAX. Attend the Valley Fair Sept 27 and 28. Greater than ever. h h?en on the sick list, but Is better at this writing. The civil authorities meet at tne town clerk s office September 28 at 2 p. ni. Several from this place went to Xewfane to attend . county court Monday morning. Mrs. Sarah (Hall) Coane and son lm Rnatnn are visiting at her brothers. L L. Hall'a. Two of the late H. B. Stone daughters. Nellie and Grace, visited at G. P. Worden'a Tuesday and Wed nesday. Mrs. Clara Clark Powera got a bill of divorce for non-support from her husband. Avery K- Power, this week at county court. GALLEY FAP Brattleboro, Vt., September 27 and 28 Larger and Better than Ever ! All Departments Well Represented ! IN PURSSS FOR THE $2,900 WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 27 2:14 Pace $500.00 2:18 Trot $500,0 2:29 Pace . . . . 1 $400-00 f).nfifii THURSDAY, SEPT. 28 2:09 Pace . ... . .. $600.00 2:24 Trot . ' $400.00 2:17 Pace . $500.00 Troop C. 15th U. S. Cavalry Will give fine Exhibition Drills each day. This is the Famous Troop that gave exhibitions at Madison Square Carden. Music, First Regiment Band, F. C. Leitsinrer," director. . Special engagement of America's Greatest Trombone Soloist, Chas. E. Stacy, of the Chicago Marine Band. Excursions on all railroads at special rates. . , Admission, 50 cents. Children, 2 cents. Carnages free. Reserved seats, $0 cents, may be had by addressing J. Willard Cobb, after September 20. C. W. Pierce, Pres. Fred C. Adams, Treas. D. E. Tasker, Sec. HALIFAX. Mrs. Hunter was called to Boston on business last week. A. C. Jones has been among the sick ones for a few days. Dr. E. S. Nlles and family have re turned to Boston for the winter. G M. Scott and C. H. Learnard have been applying a new coat of paint to tneir nuse. t-. xt xfo on,i famllv have gone from the Fish homestead, where they have been spending tne suiuinei. i Meriden, Mass. DOVER. Tho loot of the summer boarders left Monday. September 11. The Starkev rtlace has been sola i" W. C. Bliss of Newfane. Mro t t. Clark of Guilford was in town Saturday nnd Sunday. .1 ti canon i a nut after being housed for three weeks with sciatic rheumatism. . t n Mniiitnn'o sister, brother MIS. iJ. "" - and some other relatives spent Thurs day with her. WEST DOVER. FKmim carev of Warren. Mass.. Is visiting his relatives here. Mrs. Ellen Bogle and Mrs. w. w. Harris are visiting. In Ware and Or ange. Mass. Mrs. L. J. Svlvester is on tne sick list and Lllla Stanley Is at work for her. Mrs. Clara Cook la gaining slow ly. EAST DOVER. io. r s. Sherman preached Sun day at Brookllne. viio onH Prort P.oodell attended tne fair at Bondville this week. -oiio irnir Wonesdav and Thurs day next week. Don't miss It. x.. . juHtii their potatoes ni 111! I B ' U'BB-l. " . and some pieces are reported to be rotting badly. Rev. G. H. Chambers or BrooKime . . . kA ii.. ... l at church Sun- day. He has accepted a call from the Baptist church in East tmver ..u commence his labors about the mid- dfe of October. Attacked by a Mob and beaten, in a labor riot, until cov ered with sores, a cmcago su-eei - conductor applied Bucklen a Arnica Salve, ana was won ""u..u - 1 use it In my family." writes O. J. Welch, of Teknosha, Mich, "and nn , . n C3in.nl rrflt for CUT and borne. Only 25c at F. H. Holden Co. a drug store. WARDSBORO. Henry Lackey has moved into Mrs. Emma Clark's house. fi n Rstahrook Is housed with a varicose ulcer on his ankle. Mm T.i77ie Rarber of Townshend is visiting her sister. Mrs. George Briggs. Mm Tttie Williamson from Maine Is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. D. flimpton. vt ra Thankful Johnson of North ampton, Mass.. visited at Mrs. H. E. Knights recently, cnri simnsnn shot a bird resem bling an eagle Wednesday morning, which measured six feet from tip to tip. Mrs. Emma Patee of Somervllle, Mass io visttin her cousin, Mrs. George Briggs, and uncle. L. A. Whitcomb. WEST WARDSBORO. Several went from here to the Bondville fair. Miss Minnie King f New York Is at J. A. Streeter's. ntQ T)Ah.ri. attended the Man chester fair and visited relatives for a few days. Mr. Meier with his mother and wire of New York are visiting his sister at M. L. Rice's. vi. on.! Mrs Davis nf Whitingham visited at Rev. R. A. Nichols's for sev eral days recently. D. W. Sheldon has received the saa tho. hi. a, n lornn'i wife died ..CWn .no ...ct " ' ...... - at Marlboro, last week Thursday, of tynhold rever. ine runerai "as " iinriivini Sninrdav. Mr. Sheldon In tends to move there soon. Is GRAFTON. Mr. Marv Holden of Elgin. Ill visiting friends here. W. H. Cambridge has returned to St. Mark's school. Southboro. Albert White of Saginaw. Mich, la visiting his father. C. S. White, E. Fisher and Mlsa Maud Slmpklna have been lsiting In Saxtona River. Miss Marie Walker has returned from a visit In Waltham, Mass. Mrs. George W. Adama. who has been aeriously Ul. Is Improving slowly. Miss Gertrude Marston has gone to Lebanon. N. H, to resume her posi tion aa teacher. Sheriff Rlckett. Juror E. B. Stowell and a number of witnesses were In at tendance at county court last week. Mr. and Mrs. i. H Stowell and Mr. and Mrs. Mason Walker attended the French-Halliday wedding at Bellows Falls last week. SOMERSET. Several bears were seen last week. Heavy rains have ruined the rowen crop. Samuel T.aclalr is building a- resi dence on River street. Don't fnriret the Vallev Fair dates: Sept. 27 and 28. Come. William and Herbert Tudor were in Brattleboro last week on a business trip. Mr on1 Mi's Worhort Siimner visit ed his daughter. Mrs. Thomas Smith, Sunday. Thomas Smith has a log job of Bent & Co. Hugh Rice and Mr. Davles are helping him. rrhomoa fitonlotnn tins n . i p- lnor ton of the Deerfleld River company on the West brancn. W. W. Peck left for Morrlsville Tuesday. He will have his horses ship ped to his farms. Samuel Laclair and Peter Reando visiteH in North Adams and Peters burg. N. Y.. last week. , Martin and Leonard Brown were In tnivn Thursday and took a trip to the big dam on the West branch. Leray & Sons have all the lumber hauled from the land of L. C. Harris which belongs to John Tudor. Xf a ml Mm VannlpAn Rpfl.U.te'aU attended the funeral of Joseph Mar- ceau, held at Jacksonville recently. M. O. Johnson has rented the steam mill and will take possession at once. Mr. Goddard will move to the Tudor mill. It is expected that the postofflce will be moved to the former residence of William Tudor. Mrsr Nettie God dard is postmaster. MARLBORO. Henry Hale formerly of Marlboro has just been appointed to a respon sible nositlon on the Boston and Maine railroad and is stationed near Bos ton. Ana You Engaged? Engaged people should remember, that, after marriage, many quarrela oon Ho avoided hp keenln&r their di gestions in good condition with Elec tric Bitters. S. A. Brown, or ue.. netsville. 8. C. says: "For yeara, my wife suffered Intensely from dytrpep- nomnlloAtoH with tomi.l liver. until ehe lost her strength and vigor. and she became a mere wxeca oi ner former self. Then ehe tried Electric Bitters, which helped her at once, and finally made her entirely well She is now atrong and healthy." F. H. Holden t Co., druggists, sell and guarantee them, at 50c a bottle.