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ANOTHER GREAT DOG SHOWj 4 . , . 1 . ' T NITIAL display of-r - ""-Jn; .SvStSZTi I the milliners-bright and new- .nd now jedy lor nut prettily become you as you ever imagined. Your New Suit and Coat Are Here. Uou't think this statement sound too authoritative. We. who hnve spent month in planning for tb time, who have watched every style development, ealise fully and happily that nothing but v U to this store stands between you and the possession of a new suit or coat. Madam, you'll find a chio coat-one that you'll enjoy every minute that you wear it for as little as. Coat $10.00 Suit $ J 5.00 and M3.00 at the other extreme. Stunning garments, you'll agree they are worth more We offer won e sami e suits at 15.(X to $25.00, regular value VIM to $73.00. 1 1 Raincoats. Beautiful iron grey and tan lustrous worsteds, the limit of style, as appropriate in sunshine as on the wettest day, as impervious to water as a duck s back. $18.00 value for 112.50. Dressmaking under the skilled supervision of Madam Shipper. Mourning orders solicited. Agents for May Manton's patterns. 10c, by mail 12c. Underwear Section. ' Women's flannelette skirts, 25c, 50c. Women's flannelette gowns, 50c, 75c, 1.00, 1.25. Short Kimonos, 50c, 75o, $1.00, 1.25, 1 50 ' Long kimonos. $1.25, 1.09, 2.48, 2.98. Women's fleeced vests and pants, 25c, 39c, 50c. Women's wool ribbed vests and pants, 59c, 75c, $1.00. Women's white and natural vests and pants, $1.00, 1.25. i Misses' vests and pants, aw, 50c. Infants' vests, IS1-, 25c to 40c, and 80c, to $1.00. Men's Department. Hoys' fleece lined shirts and draw ers, 25c, 35c. Men's fleece lined shirts and draw ers, 48c, Men's ecru and blue shirts and drawers. 50c. Men's natural wool shirts and draw ers, 75c, $1.00, 1.25. . Men's natural wool, double back and front shirts, $1.00, 1.50. Cut all Saturday Night Engagements. Come to the after supper sale. Many of pur store friends j have come to every one-nothing but death could keep them away. That s the kind of lJvaftv these sales deserve. They are shrewd, prudent people They will be here tWb and will be glad of more so than usual for there are some amaz ng saving surprises here this week. VOU can profit by them ou S Us well as the regular after supper customer. So be on hand right afle, supper. , for for for Colored silk skirts, $5.00, for $2.93. Red silk skirts, damaged, $3.50, for 98 cents. Black silk coat, $5.00, for 1.95. Black silk dust coat, $15.00, $7.50. Child's navy mohair coat, $4.50, $1 98.' Child's tan wool coat, $3.50, 81.24. Child's white Bedford cord coat, $1.75, for 98c. . m Black satteen skirts, $1.00, for 79c. Hamburgs, 8c, for 5c. n Hamburgs, 12hc and 15c, for 10c. Hamburgs, 25c and 30c, for loc. Ladies' vests, medium weight, long sleeves, 25c, for 19c: Lot of men's white laundered shirts, soiled; such well known brands as Manhattan' and Monarch, $1.00 and 1.50 for 25c. Men's white unlaundered shirts, 50c, for 39c. " 1 Haying cards, lSUe and 15c, for 7c. Boxed stationery, 12l..c, for 8u Boxed stationery, 39c, for 19c. Lot of dressed dulls, 39c. for 24e. Lot of fancy French flannels in 23 yards length, 73c, for 39c. Bagdad couch covers, $2.50, fer $1.09. Lot of Leckwear, stocks, turnovers, eto , 12Uc to 39c, for 7c. Table oil cloth, white, 25c, for 19c. Police and firemen's suspenders, 25c, for 19c. Misses' brown skirt, $3.50, for $2.00. Ladies' Panama skirts, blue, brown, green, $0.50, for $3.99. Infants' silk bonnets, $1.00, for 49c. FRIENDLY WARNING No Need to be Alarmed About Stomach Troubles i; you use Mi-o-na- Cure Guaranteed ' by Geo. E. Green. Shortness of breath, black specks before the eyes, furred tongue, dizzi ness, belching of gases or sour food, weakness and debility are all signs of catarrh of the stomach. There is no need to be unduly alarmed, for this disease can be cured by Mi-o-na. It is the only remedy that strikes at the root of the evil and actually cures the disease. It does not contain opium' In any form, acids, alcohol, or any other harmful drug or chemical. It Is a pure remedy that heals the irritated mucous membrane, stimulates the so lar plexus, and aids digestion. Ask George E. Greene to show you the guarantee under which he sells Mi-o-na. It costs but 50 cents a nox. and your money Is returned if It does not help you. W. J. CURRAN, Hinsdale, N. H. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL LIQUOR DEALER. WHISKEY. (juart. Gal Private Stock (fi. F. Heublein).; $2.00 Poland Rye (G.'F. Heublein) 1. M Federal Club (G. F. Heublein) 12: Old Crow Rye, H. B. Kirk l.SS G. O. Taylor Rye l- Old Hermitage Sour Mash 1.25 G. O. Make Rye I-2J Fostorialtye I-25 Federal Club .. W-JJ Fostoria J Telka 'm 2W Alcohol 1.00 RUM. Cherry f -"J Old Metlforcl -M GIN. Geneva Finest Hollands 1.45 White Tulip ;. Old Tom l- J-JJ American Rye z tt' G. F. Heublein Club Cocktails 1.25 BRANDY. old Hennesey 1.76 Martell Cider Hrandy, Pure and Old 3.50 WINES. Sherrr. ltaff Gordon l.5 Sherry, California 8 Tokay, California ' Sweet Catawba 00 ' Muscat.... '60 Port I- .50 1J0 ALE, LAGER BEER AND PORTER. Per case. The Herbert Fischer Lager 1.20 The Herbert Fischer Ale The Herbert Fischer Porter 1.20 I Hi7. Brewery Bottling Ale and Lager tl.lt W. J. CURRAN, Hinsdale, N. H. Telephone Ml. Order by Mail or Am. Express Vermont Valley Railroad. ANNUAL MEETING OCT. 4, 1905. The annual meeting of the Stock holders of the Vermont Valley Rail road will be held at the office of the National Bank of Bellows Falls. Bel lows Falls, Vt.. Wednesday. Oct. 4tt. next at 12 o'clock. M. 1st. To receive and act upon the report of the Directors for the past year. 2nd. To elect Directors for the en suing year. Jrd. To act upon any other busi ness that may legally come before the meeting. By order. JOHN H. WILLIAMS. Clark. Bellows Fall. Vt, Sept. list, lWi. PROF. B. GEO. WILKINS Vermont's Great Magnetic Healer goes away for a much needed rest. Watch the papers for the an nouncement of his return. His address will be Lock Box 15 Burlington, VI NEW GOODS FOR Fall and Winter SUITINGS, TROUSERS AND VESTS. W. H. HAICH Custom Tailor, Elliot Street MORE EVEN THAN WERE EX HIBITED LA8T YEAR. ( Particularly Strona Classes In St. Ber nards, Boston Ttrrisrs and Pointers Ths Irish Ssttsr 8hsn Law Bsst in ths Show. . ... .1... ....1.0.11 i9 ,l,tv. ItlMt yeiir he show of this yeur, conducted 1 ... i... ii... Villi? 1-Mlr ror Hie secoiiu nine n- - --- Kennel club, went It one better uml S .uiiillrlilllB flf nernupH two, runy n "- - - choice cunlne flesh were attractively . i ,.. i.. ...... t,nt nmvttlpfl by lieiicncu 111 mh ..... the uHMocliillon ami the aisles wete . - I.... ....Ill tilirht on llimiigcu ironi uiiMiiiim until ! both tluys. James Mortimer of Henip- ....i ...iu,i.r...i t.t In. (he wieini, l.. i.. i itiii'" - bent ull-round dog Judge III the coun- sss-wa"sssssB ass i"".' W) X i (Ml m M WILLOWMKRK 8T. BKRNARD8. try,' made the uwards in all clauses and his decisions met with universal satisfaction. JudRlng benan at 2 o'clock Wednesday and continued un til dark. It was resumed at 10 yester day morning and completed shortlv before 2 o'clock. Everything in the way of accommodation was done for visiting exhibitors and ull were great ly pleased ' with the treatment they received, cine man. who hus made the circuit of the bench shows, was heard to remark that he had never been to a place where the wants of the ex hibitors were so well looked after. The success of the arrangements was due In large measure to the untiring efforts of Superintendent R.- C. Bacon, IMPORTED COLLIE -8C ALP ST. BRENDAN who was ably assisted by Charles Wel come, assistant superintendent. In St. Bernards the star exhibit was that from Willowmere Fa cm of Sound Beach, Ct. The Willowmere dogs not only took the major share of the blue rlbbims In their regular classes, but Ch. Duke of Watford with Willowmere Judge and Baby Bunting, won the Brattleboro cup for the best stud dog with two of his get. Aunt Thankful. Aunt Bvlo, Willowmere Judge and Ch. Baby Beautiful won the team of four prize and the last named the cup for the best owned and shown by a wo man. Baby Bunting, owned by W. J. Kermode of Holyoke. Mass., shown by the Willowmere farm took the Nov ice trophy for the best dog or bitch never having won a first prize before. Foxhounds were a good show. Daisy, owned by E. M. Baker of Gardner. Mass., winning the cup offered by G. V. Pierce for the best of the breed. M. T. Mason took the cream in Point ers Hessen Girl, with Kali-chance and TWO WINNINO B0ST0M TERMERS Northampton Sue capturing the Ma trons trophy for the best bitch judg ed with two of her produce, while Kairchance also carried off the Nov ice cup . Dr. James K. Hair of Bridge port Conn., showed two tine English setters; his bitch. Oh. Queen's Pride, was awarded the officer's cup. second highest honor In the show. Stoughtoii Kennels also had a nice exhibit of this breed and took winners dogs with their Dick Belton. The king pin of the show was the Irish Setter Ch. Shan Law. owned by Dr. William Jarvis of Clareniont, N. n u nniv nn the Association cup for the best In the show and the Kennel club trophy for ine oesi un ed by a chib member but also took . i,.. .,r. t.xr tlio hest in the snorting classes, for the best setter other than r. ti..t. u-na au-nrrterl Tll-st in lots free for all sweepstakes over thre?. other champions. Kevere come w-n-nels of Revere Beach. Mass., showed a fine upstanding collie In Ch. South- . t ...... mi1 Pnherl McKar- land exhibited a handsome Collie bitch In Countess Cerise. A handsome tri color was Wishaw Albert of the Cairn gorm Kennels. Cambridge, mass. ti. . t nitA ifpnnpli nf Karnard and Mrs. E. H. Seagrave of Wakefield. Mass.. were the most successful In Cocker Spaniels, the formers Silver Blake carrying on me meoai uy me Champlaln Kennel club for the best owned in Vermont. Tk..M, &-AT nnlv two bull does but one of them Blackmail, owned by P. J. Blair of Pittsburgh, .N. was given a cup for the, best American-bred in the non-sporting classes. Boston Ter riers were the banner class of the show and there was much keen competition among them. Auburn Glory and Ted IV were the best in the regular class es while Ch. Stephens Rex. entered for specials only, took the medals of fered bv the Boston Terrier club. Smooth Koxterriers were a poor lot but In wires the Hillcrest string own ed bv C. W. Keyes of East PepnerilL Mass.. did well, and in Airedales Ar thur Men-Ufa Prince Hal took the run for the best American-bred in the terrier classes. Miss M. B. Brigham of North Grafton. Mass.. showed a auartet of trim Scottish terriers, the bitch nuppy Wilhelmina being a par ticularly good one. Grand Fall Openin Of Exclusive Style and Patterns to Men's, Youths- and Boys' Clothin from the world's greatest manufactur ers. We stand "pre-eminent' today as the leading dispensers of clothing of Quality, Style and Fit, and our unsur passed facilities enable us to give to our customers advantages impossible by our competitors; SUIT OR OVERCOAT $18, $15, $12 or $10. Copyright I95 Kv J' nr. Sciiaffncr i5" Marx BLACK DERBIES Every One Guaranteed $3.00 and $200 SOFT HATS All the Leading Shapes $3.00, $2.00, $1.50 and $1.00 "iff (to Copyright 190; bv Hrt SchalFner Marx Facts Furnish the Text, and Truth is the Language of Our Announcement. Perry M Co., Clothiers, Hatters and Outfitters. Always Reliable. Valley Fair Notes. There was an unusually lurge dis play of machinery and ' funning Im plements under Moral hall, many of the exhibits taking space well out toward the agricultural building. The pet stock exhibit was not ns large this yeur as lust but it attracted great attention among the young folk. There were a number of pens of rub bits and guinea pigs, as well as a few cats. Among the selections rendered by the First Regiment band on days was the Valley Fair Triumphal march, composed by K. K. Hagley of Keene. X. H and dedicated to President Pierce of the fair association. Crosby & Co. had the usual display of Worcester salt. Gold Jiedal and Arian Hour In their special building, while the Estey organ company had Us building filled with a handsome exhibit of organs and pianos. The cleanliness about Hie dog tent was due to the liberal use of Sanltas disinfectant. furnished the kennel club bv the Sanltas company nf New York. The dogs were well looked out for in the feeding line by the Old Orlst Mill dog bread manufacturer. Next year some arrangements should be made for muklng proper announce ment of the cattle exhibits shown In front of the grandstand. Of the manv herds shown yesterday hardly a name was given correctly, and in some cases the mistakes were most hidl erous. One of the features of the fair was the good work of the First Regiment band, which played more than usual and rendered a varied selection Charles Stacy, the trombone soloist from the Chicago marine band, was heard several times each day and never failed to receive enthusiastic applause. The five Canadian cattle breeders, who exhibited at the fair this year, were loud in their praise .of the man ner in which the show was conducted and stated that they should be here next year w.lthout fail. They were particularly Interested In the display of agricultural products and said that nothing to equal it was ever seen In the Dominion. One of the poultry show's features was ah exhibit of Silkies, a rare breed of fowl which attracted marked atten tion.1 To the average spectator, exhib its of this sort are fully as Interesting is those of the. more common varie ties, and they should be encouraged more than they are. This might be done by increasing the awards In these classes. elated as when some new Incum bent attempts to tnke up the work. Anlong the exhibitors who attended the dog show were C. H. Mower of Hurllngton. P. J. Blair of Plattsburg, X. Y F. A. Mlnurd of Everett. Mass.. Miss Bertha Scorgie of Cambridge. Mass., Mrs. M. K. Callahan of Wo burn. Mass.. A. T. Perclval of Rut land, Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Diusmoor of Enfield, X. H.. Miss Margaret It. Ilrighnm of North Grafton, Mass., Miss Bertha W. While of Pawtucket, R. I., W. J. Kermode of Holyoke, H. W. Lacy of Wakefield. Mass.. M. T. Mason of Northampton, Mass., Cor nelius Sullivan of Boston, Frank Dondero of Brockton. Mass., Mrs. E. A. Seagrave of Wakefield. Mass., George C. Stephens of Boston. H. W. Wevmouth of Walisile. G. F. Higglns of Marlboro. N. H.. Arthur O. White of Bnrton, Miss Anna A. Murks of Sound Beach, Conn., and Fred Smith if leeds. England. I i FAIR OF PRIZE AHG0BAS A report of the fair would not be complete without a word of appre ciation for the work of the general suiwrintendent. J. A. Taylor. His is not a showy office yet it call for a man who is willing to put on his old clothes and hustle early and late. This Mr. Taylor has done ever since he has held the superintendency and the share he contributes to the fair's success will never be so fully appre- A Cold Settled in His Kidneys. A. J. Jennesse, 9.201 Butler street. Chicago, writes: "l am a switchman and nm out In all kinds of weather. I took a cold which settled in my kld nevs and I was in bad shape. I tried several advertised remedies with no benefit, until I was recommended to try FoleVs Kidney Cure. Two-thirds of a bottle cured me." Sold by nil dealers. SPOFFORD. Mrs. Will LaPolnt visited at Gard ner, Mass.. last week. Mrs. E. Gunn of Swanzey visited at Charles Hewitt's last week. Mrs. William Atherton visited rela tives at Leominster, Mass., recently. Mrs. Hannah Draper of Boston is with lnr mother, Mrs. M. A. Graves. Mrs. Watts of New York is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fletch" er. Mrs. S. Fred Carpenter of Paw tucket. R. I., is visiting her father. G. L. Hamilton. Charles Hewitt is in Uxbrldge, Mass.. visiting his daughter. Mrs. Samuel Snowling. - Mrs. L. F. Bonny went to Boston last week Tuesday, returning Satur day with her fall millinery. 3. H. Stearns of New York Is to build a nice house on the Fletcher farm, which he bought. Will Hannum will reside in one of Mrs. Charles Fletcher's tenements while the house is being built. Mrs. R. B. Foster and Mrs. John York went to Clnremont Tuesday as delegates to the ITnlversalist conven tion. Mrs. York will go from there to Waterbury. Vt.. to visit her hus band's mother for a few days. The sad news was received here Fri day or the death of little Katherlne. only child of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Street of Brooklyn. X. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Street spend the summers at the lake here and only went from here a short time ago. Much sympathy Is expressed for them in their great sor row by their friends here. Attacked by a Mob and beaten, in a labor riot, until cov ered with sores, a Chicago street car conductor applied Bucklen's Arnica Salve, and was soon sound and well. "I use it in my family." writes G. J. Welch, of Teknosha, Mich., "and And it perfect." Simply great for cuts and burns. Only 2oc at F. H. Holdeo ft Co.'s drug store. The first day of the Caledonia Coun ty fair at St. Johnsbury. September 19. was a record breaker, there being an attendance of t. 500. There were 1.200 entries and the finest exhibition of blooded cattle ever seen east of To ronto. A 'troop of cavalry and a southern exhibit were the chief at tractions. Wednesday Gov. Bell spoke on Vermont and Gov. Glenn of North Carolina on The Spirit of the New South, about 6.000 people being present JAMAICA. George J. Clark left Monday for Burlington where he will attend col lege. Mr. and Mrs. David Eddy have re turned from their visit at Shusban, N. Y. ' Bern ice Stark came home Saturday evening. Ilia hand is improving quite rapidly. ' ' Mr. and Mrs. E. Carver are spend ing several weeks in Londouderry-and Weston. Miss Gertrude Field of Orange, Mass., is visiting her aunt, Mrs. A. B. Stark. Mrs.. Laura Chase of Worcester, Mass.? is visiting her sister, Mrs. -S. E. Kawson. Mrs. Betsey Boynton and daughter, Mrs. A. P. Carpenter,, are visiting in Brattleboro this week. " Mr. and Mrs. FrankEddy of Fitch burg, Mass., are spending the week with Mr. and Mrs. David Eddy. Mr. and Mrs. John Streeter, Mrs. Nichols and son and Miss Minnie Kineb from Hazel cottage. West Wards boro. took dinner with Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Johnson Sunday. W. A. Gardener, the representative of the Reformer, will be in this vicin ity next week and will call on sub-, scrlbers and others. RAWSONVILLE. Portley Rawson and Miss Tbelma visited in Chester Saturday and Sun day. Clarence Axtell started this week for New York where he has a position in a bakery. Mrs. Milford Hunt and child who have been visiting at G. E. Hunt's re turned Monday to Bellows Falls. Lyle O. Pierce, at.one time teacher in the school here, but for the past year employed in Acme, Florida, called on friends in this place last week. Recent visitors in the place have been Charles Coleman of Bellows Falls at Win. Coleman's, Mrs. Arthur Tate and two children of Westminster at Elliot Styles's, and Miss Alma Hazel tine of Andover at Frank Pier's. LONDONDERRY. Miss Cora Marden has returned to her school in Manchester. Mildred Bacon was home from Burr & Burton seminary over Sunday. A. L. Warner is entertaining a sister whom he has not seen for 20 years. Roll Shattuck is moving from Man chester onto his father's farm in this place. Mrs. Clyde Wright has improved in health so much that she is able to ride out every day. John Cummings is visiting his sum mer friends at their homes in Boston and nearby places. George Shattuck has bought the Fred Coleman place in the village, and will soon occupy it. A. L. Stone is to more into the bouse formerly occupied by Annie But terfield. He is to work for Horace Al exander. Dr. Lyman W. Wilkins. D. D., who has been spending the summer at C. E. Bacon's, returned Thuisday to his home in Cambridge, Mass. W. A. Gardener, the representative of the Reformer, .will be In this vicin ity next week and will call on sub scribers and others. V SOUTH LONDONDERRY. A. Gardener, the representative of the Reformer, will be In this vicin ity next week and will call on sub scribers and others. CAMBRIDGEPORT, Marriage of Rev. F. M. Baker iM , Miss Jennie M. Hammond. The Union church was the sear of a very pretty wedding Tuesny evening, September 12. when M Jennie Marie Hammond, daughter 0; Mrs. . Sarah Hammond, and Rev Frank Milton Baker of Raniolpt Center were united In marriage. The willing hands of friends taste fully decorated the church, the pulp;' being banked with greens and cu; flowers and above the platform a m of blossoms, from which was sus pended a bell of hydrangeas. T ushers were Eugene Weston of R Ingham. Xed Wyman and Guy Pot ent of Athens and Edward Weaver of this place. , ,. The wedding party entered in church to the strains of the weddra march played by Miss Flora Sherburne of Bellows Falls. The of ficiating clergymen. Rev. lot Hamilton of Woodstock (.a relative ot the brlle and Rev. L. O. Sherburne of Bellows Falls, awaited the WW partv at the altar. The groom an. best" man. W. Stanley Vlpmid of treal. preceded the bride ami -brother. Albert Hammond, who gat her in marriage. The bridesmaid n:.. (r...iviir nf tH.f were miss flu . nlace and Miss Carrie Dageett 0 Gagevllle, who met the grooms par ty at the front of the church. The ring service of the Metnoau. Episcopal church was used. ! bride wore a dress of w hite orsanU with a white hat and carried a li quet of white sweet peas. The bride maids wore dresses and hats white, with blue trimmings- aim u ried boutiuets of maidenhair fern. .After the ceremony, an m" reception was held in the bacn. of the church, where a of friends extended oongratulaW 1 to Mr. and Mrs. Bilker, who areW well known here and will be F missed. Mrs. Baker was fr years teacher in the village wn and Mr. Baker was pastor i"r years in this place and uner in rne ermw ' nAi: of ice-cream and cake Fairy Dell farm, the Hainn .... -to relatives and a few invited fu ine large numoer ui '- -- ,, articles of both ornament and uij. Among the guests present Mrs. and Miss Entwistie. r Miss Jordan of Lonsdaie. R rf S. E. Baker and Miss Kdith Eak" Leominster. Mass.. Mr. and M W. Mullan of Hudson Heights v Mr. and Mrs. David Hammond. and Mrs. Robert Hammond don. X. H.. J. Bellew of Lennox"" Que. ,,r tri After a short wedding trip r- Mrs. Baker will be at ni..j Methodist Center. Aillll! parsonage a' . Henry Jeffrey has nuwe.l hi lly from the F'rost house to s River. . ic. Mr. and Mrs. Lorenzo R.st fiJJ. nesota are the guests i" wood sisters. Xorman Blodgett hi " hs. from Xorth Hadley. where nr been to visit his bn'h'-r. Blodgett. A Wonderful Saw"g. , The largest Methodist rtuV Georgia, calculated to use K hundred gallons of the cm a mixed paint In painting inr & They used only S2 P-'"u p .Longman & Martinez I 'mixed with' 24 gallons of l"1- Aoii.nl vit of nalnt nia. .e than $1.20 per gallon ,ljr! f Saved over eigniy '... i.?i3 paint, and got a big dona .iy , EVERT CHURCH will liberal quantity wheney r in. r-: vi iwiniM well 1 '". . 1 four gallons of L t Ions of linseed on in , Wears and covers like r ' y These celebrated Pain,.va!rt, Vt Robbins Cowles. Bratt.cb