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WINDHAM COUNTY REFORMER, BltATTLKBOKO, VT., FRIDAY, SElTEMBER 29, 1905.
OUR II ITS be eiuusted within the .two uveks. . reeaers ae l,hv verv best oats' that ;;;Winable will do weir to jer now. Have Just Received a Carload of . licap Gluten thick the first that has been i-apped to the eastern markets nd is the hiehest ticentraied feed on the mar- ." A.J,... ' luliouuv. I CROSBY &, CO. MRS. H. L. BASCOM is pleased to announce her Fall and Winter OPLNINQ Mem Hats Gate Hats and Millinery NoMtits Oct. 7th and 9th SATURDAY AND MONDAY 8Main St., Second Floor ANNOVNCKMENTft RwoKMKn Omen will be i.en Thursday evening until further notloe. The regular monthly meeting of the Vermont Wheel Club will be held Tuwday evening, )o. tobera, t 7.30 o'clock. ' TO PnitPvavAvnvwfna v." wWHMMWA vuwn AO. IVJa.taik. . . . . ""'"i " " pressure oi valley Fair Heporti much of our county newi hu hn .tt.ii f. tack of Urn andUpaoe. It wUl all be printed The Editor.. VAUEY FAIR ISSUE. For several yew pait the publication of the Mformer hat been delayed Valley Fair week until Saturday in order to print the premium liat In full. Thli year we have omitted the premium liat and aeeured a lot of illuttrationa taken by our ipecial photographer, Mr. B. A. Crown, on the grounds. The result it that we art able to offer an illustrated report of the Fair and to print the Reformer at the nsual time. LOCAL NOTES AND GOSSIP. A staled communication' of Brat tleboro lodge F. and A. M.. was held at Masonic hall lant evening. David Carey was arraigned before Justice F. D. K. Stowe Monday on the charge of disturbing the peace by throwing beans In' the face of G. A. Hines. The lad. was fined $2 and costs which amounted to $8. L. D. Taylor has taken the local agency for the new Grout gasoline touring car, manufactured in Athol, Mass., and will have a machine here within a week or two. The last band concert of the ea son will be given on the Common next Wednesday evening The Ladles' Aid society of the city last week Methodist church will hold a sewln street At a meeting of the trustees of the Hyde park, Mass., Baptist church Wednesday evening a unanimous call Was extended tn Rev. (lnv C Liimaon of Montpeller. The first meeting of the Woman's a ii villi. Ka V n. r. 4 ..If..- v.a ..uniiiiu j ..l me 4, alt v. n . Uliri lilt: summer' vacation will be held In the V ft. ,-. . ... m , a. . . at. -. At rooms juesaay niieriioou at 3 o'clock. A special program in recognition of C F-. V. ftiiiniiitrham as secretary of the T. M. C. A. has uecn arranged Tor this meeting. filinilii V u'lll l.a iiliflupvAii na T)nllv day In every department of the Uni- versaust cnurcn, and every memoer of the parish is urged to attend the morning service at 10:80. The object Is not merely the securing of a large attendance but the renewal of inter est in and devotion .to the work of the church. Anna A. Wnllfleld. 76. widow of Austin T, Waltflcld. died early Tues day morning at the home of her daughter, Mrs. R. E. Oiklns, on Lin den street. She was a native of Beth el but hud lived In thin town for a number of years. The, funeral will take place this afternoon at 1 o'clock. Rev. G. B. Lawson officiating. Bur ial will be In Morningslde. The Woman's auxiliary of the Y. M. C. A. will have its opening re ception Tuesday afternoon from 3 until 5 o'clock and In the evening from 8 to 10 o'clock the regular open ing reception of the association will take place. LertHlnger's . orchestra will furnish music and refreshments will be served. The Y. M. C. 'A. i. . i, mo uric gymnasium classes win oegiii worn The fit'OUt Is ot tt'n.l..ua.... tl.t, ......a ulaua nt A a 30 horse power, four cylinder car .' m. and the senior cluss at 8 p. m. and sells for $1,800. .. behReeee K D 'Tf ' " ' before Referee K D. E. Stowe Mon- ....... wk vvednesduv is com- aay to oe examinea on certain trans- .... . , - , , ., - .i,i,rt at ions , which took place 1" connect on " b ,en u w ith the Norrls Slkes bankrup cy o , 1 ,h A wishing to en case R. C Bacon appeared as the . d . BIld hear gweet examining attorney anu n. u. ttnioer -,,-- 8ee buck and wlIlff dancing and witness the real darkies In their aieiiiouisi cnurcn win noiu a sewnm j.;. h. Crane was ill urai meeting Wednesday anernoon w'lini,,,, Uiilness, Mlu llunln. Thnmuu 9 WtA u ll 1 11 ul iill I . . . for Mr. Barrett. Th fimarnl nf Y.Ann .T tl'rpneh two-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. El- m. El lVaiif.l4 ti.ao ViM Killilriluv of. ternoon from the home of his parents on Liuurei sweet, rvev. .t. d. L.nini offlclutbig. ,A. L. Maynard and Miss We Are Selling FIFTY aall Little Liver Pills, 15 cents. FOUR Headache Powders, 10 cents. TWELVE Headache Powders, 25 cents. Syrup Hypophosphates, 75 cents. TPariorjinnft Hps Fnmmes (worn- id's Hope) without an equal for all female troubles. 75 cents. Th cnods guaranteed to give atisfactioD or money refunded by Brooks House Pharmacy southern pastimes, don't fail to see the . Sunny South company.. Parade at noon. An elegant orchestra Is con nected with this company. Tlw second hanif clothing sale. limi cLta.' ...nir Moieetinns Hnrliil i under the auspices of the Woman s was in Prospect hill cemetery. i auxiliary of the Y M. C A., mention tit whinh vh nmilP a few weeKn aCO, -Having sold his farm In West materialise, next week and the Brattleboro. Charles Akeley advertises) . .. ,rllll,.a,la.. Friday to sell at public auction on the prem-i. .,.,, the association ises. near the brlcK-yard, on inurs-, ,,,, ,.., K. ,,- arand day Oct. 5. at 10 o'clock the stock, : p , k farm tools, hay. household furniture, in thls, .,. nre klndly etc., including some old furniture. (.. ; ,,. hrin tlie eon,i,, to the T. Miller Is auctioneer. A free mncn . rooms earlv Thursday will be served at noon. . ',n,' . Russell Iviette and Miss Anna ... . . . n't... r i E?..i.fri-ii snnnv miiiio Bethune. both of wnom nave oeeo i m- a. . a...v,... - -- ennvassing Brattleboro in the capacity ; company mat is pooae i to i-iu ... ... f , ()f Hn day TnenVThe "conatlonl one of Uie strongest coh.red shows on u,ck so, . t r tiia i.i.M it hiiu iilnvfd all the lilt Kt? 1 MImr va Donnell We ask your inspection of our ready-trimmed hats for children. . Do not fail to see our full new stock in infants' and children's headwean There are silk, angora, bear skin and crocheted bonnets for the .babies and smaller children. For the older children we have bonnets, toques, tarns and caps. The bon nets range in price from 2) cents to $ h 00. New ideas every day in outing hats for women. Respectfully, - Donnell Vabis. u., n.,,. u n Milan I. r 'the road it has payed an me large ai ss caitn run is . . r..nB ...t. r... TaWor feted belt man and aft?r j cHlcs to crowded houses and delight- ographer in R Crosby & company ,f ?.".ylr .t.i !L t t H..1- e,i audiences. It carries' band and or- flee during the absence of Miss Mnr- .V? If ;!, to Bel-led audiences. It carries' band and or mo 1........, - i tc .oil Hnrk ea lltrotlUC- lows Falls in his automooue. , - ---k ' - dancing, n..r,riro Srhllilmlller. a former- , ii,, ketiH teams, six Brattleboro boy. is counted among the I retty and a grand finale of 20 promising new material in the f0,'bnl1 voices, and It is an attraction you will squad of Cornell university. enjoy. Good singing ana auncing uj miller was graduated irom nu..c-. ( coonf m au their goumern ia last spring and has Just matriculated at Cornell. He was end on the Andov- er football team for tnree yeui-s b ... is expected to be a prominent candi date for that position on the Cornell .team. villus Life in Palestine was the subject of Professor L. B. Paton's lec ture in the congregational uun KVidnv evening, and it proved one of great Interest to all who attended. Professor i-atons m "".' ,, " by a large number of sterloptican views which, he made h mself and which gave an exceedingly comp. e- hensive idea or tne count. which he lectured. The annual fair and cattle, show- at Belchertown, Mass.. will be held Wednesday. Oct. 11, The Centra Vermont Railway company wil sell Northfield farms, . --fi0.' 1.95; Montague. $.85; Leverett, $.60. and U. He- mm limit. I'Cl. tn, limes. . .. I n.t..'n fnr a visit with friends. The reception given by tne ou"s ."'7"" " ' . R Pttton ttn Pro- men representing t ne 4w ,n"' " feor u B. Paton and daughter re C" L! werM,1RattendeI The turned Monday to Hartford, Conn., af PER80NAL AND SOCIAL. Mrs. J. Irwin Hy was In New Yorlt r AldHch of Boston has been a visitor In town this week. Avery and Warren Miller returned Monday from their western trip, B.,.,,.i,.r Allen M. Fletcher of Cav endish a In tow n Wednesday. VttnuU w Phuli.a nf Boston spent C. A. afteTThe tlu' enHy ""'rt "f "W Wei'k '" t,nVn" Allss nose uwk 01 mi--" the guest of relatives the. past few days. Frank A. Eels of Greenfield ha heel visiting his brother, u. a, week. ' inn 1 11 ml, 1 if I'lskdale. Mass.. has been spending the week at his former home here. n.O nnH Mrl Th.HllllH HullllOll Dnd daughter of Bennington have been in town this week. ij..,.,.,i,.,l w Ci.i'r'oran of ftarra has been visiting his brother, John P. Cor coran, this week. Frank Morse of Boston Is visiting at the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs, James Morse. na lulu Pi-,.v returned Monday from Boston where she purchased a Stetuway grand piano. Rollln White returned Monday to take up his studies in the sophomore year at Yale university. ntni.,.. w CHurvi mt-iirnH Tuesday to Burlington to continue his studies In the University of Vermont. Robert Stlckney of Boston Is spend ing a week's vacation at the home or his mother. Mrs. U H. liaruer. Hi-., r w R.,UI nf nreeiinetil Came Tuesday to spend the remulnder nf the week with her sister, Mrs. F. S. Doak. Merton R. Robbins of Chicago came a.,i..H..t. t.i. anunil RPVPrfll dllVM With -j 1. j . '' '-1 - ------ - his parents Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Rob-bins. The last golf club tea was served at the club house Saturday afternoon. Mrs, C. E, Glldden being the host Arthur Prnii lit Worcester. Mass., was a visitor at the home of his fa ther, Barna Pratt, the first of the week. m tun frutuiiu fin. I rennirsh formerly trimmer for Mrs. Bacom. has taken a similar position wun nirs. vv. r. Neal. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Adams expect it fhtiir nw hmiHe nt the corner of North and Tyler streets next week. Mr. and Mrs. William Wlllard of Somerville. Mass.. have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. X. H. While since last Friday. Arthur and William Wlllard of Springfield, Mass., have been spending the week with Mr. and Airs. E. R. Bemls. Dr W. H. Lane was called to Lud low Wednesday night to attend the aunt. Mrs. vteaiinv Hon. Fletcher Proctor wan amoiikT the visitors to the fair. i.M. iiiiini Hm kiiit of Holvoke visited In Brattleboro yesterday. Alexander Whltely of Beverly, Muss., was In town for the fair. 1 T 1 M.irrlll ,f MlllvilllH. MUSS.. HIIA . ..'... ' - Is a guest of her sister. Mrs. Jennie Bemls. Miss Ellwibeth Sullivan of Chlco- pee Fulls. Mass., is a guest of Mrs. j. J, Austin. Dr. J. B. Donnelly of Gurduer. Mass., has been visiting relative- In town this week. . umirv ivnlliimu of lliidnurt. Conn., v.'.VL this has been spending the week with rel- Hiivtrn in ."" 1 4....at Mnivh tif fih Mitt 1 1 run lVl1lfl. MiiHH., wii8 tt KUeHt of hln bnthr, Hal j Murrh, yentwdny., yiiu. VoIiSUkIi.o 11 nrt ITillf h llciVn 111 inni'n jrwaiiiv 1 aim ititu ..,.- of Wesltleld. Muss., were Iho guests of the Misses Fltzgemld tills week. John L. Knowiton of Lowell, Mass.. ...uu ....imiir h fnirner Brattleboro people to visit the fulr vesterday. Herbert B. Newton of Holyoke. t nuu u frimut at the home of ! O O. Ware Wednesday and yesterday. Dr. and Mrs. C. R. Aldrich. returnea Wednesday from their weaning mo and are now living In the Colonial. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Dudley of Re vere, Mass.. ure visiting Mrs. Dudleys parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Hopkln- son. tvanii.i1 Unu-A nf RennliiEton has ..., t.tuitiriir nt his former home here this week and . Incidentally taking In the fulr. Quiim.i rinllne nml daughter. Mrs. Chapln, of Conctird, have been visit ing Mr. Dudleys sister, ir. r. mt. Hopklnson. rhnrles Webb, city etlitor of tne Montpeller Dull" Argus, visited his parents. Rev. ana Airs. a. n. " this week. Mrs. Brndshaw and daughter, Lll- n.n i.f nunlnor Mass.. were tne guests of her sister, Mrs. Frank Mill er, this week. no,- nma R Mnodv and family of oii,..rf., Muau hai'f been snend- IJl l. in I ..... ... ..... .. - ing several days w ith his cousin, H. r. Moody. , this week. Charles H. Spooner. president or Norwich university. Northfield, was In town yesterday for a conference with Senator Proctor. Among the names of the stenogra phers who were successful In the May and June examinations or tne f York slute civil service is .tnat 01 no nier L. Higlev of Brattleboro. who for the past year or more has beep em ployed In an Albany law office. Miss Edith l'arr is .working ns sten- flee during the absence of Miss Mnr ioiie White. . Mrs. Louise Nelson has finished work at J. F. Hookers and returned to New York city to resume her work as surgical nurse. Miss Florence Smith, who has been spending several weeks with her ncle. L. r , Adams, goes mommy m oTtne Xff andtT fact mat er spending the summer In Brattle there was some niisunatirsianun.R about the date. It having been given i -S a. nn. tli Innnl as wenneraay ... :',''.' 'V, 'hm nrevlons to re- nfliiprM were two ruuiuis m ' uiiit.nBt7 v.- papers ie 1 u U1IT.illtr tn Hurtfnrd. Conn., for the rn. Miifuuniac ii..,.. ....... n- n , ..dMi,H Kevertheless. the re- winter ception was successful, as the hun- Arthur Woodward of the University ,i,,t, ,,f ladies who did attend can f Vermont was a visitor In town the Mn ..rt Mrs R. L. S. Paton nave nent two weeks at the F. W. Putnam tuutifv The hall was handsomely decorated In purple and white. Leit slnger's orchestra furnished music, and refreshments were served. Some of the grocery store windows have been attractively displayed with cracker boxes this week. The Vermont bridge commis sioners, Gilbert A. Davis, G. O. Ford and James B. Seaver. have issued la circular to the selectmen of the towns of the state being alongside of the Connecticut river, asking infor mation in regard to various matters including the values of existing toll !;,iagesSthe relative am.nint nee es- rtf thp wpfk. Woodward was captain of Amidon's Hinsdale base- ball team last season, . J M-l I Mrs. cnanes ruwceu uuu &jnt-ri nan ard returned Saturday to tnetr nome day. Sept. zi. it neciares umi in r ents. Mr. and Mrs. N. H. nite. -It is very strange that acorpor- sa.y to - - grates f toll. atlon controlling a puouc. ' h ; u whiU ,aw tolls are collect- employing asmany hands as .does . thj and a,.e no bridges and "ntshWle as to pro- Uuch would be des ect Its" patrons on Va.leV W mVkV' bHdges free should be aSnnTyerby8 te K,ng wr 1 of the ; Z ..7 vesterday during the day. A ex tent M" - olloWs; Brattle- o t. the manaKet, iii. 1 em i?aii suggestion oy -"-t the fair . bori, (K.t. s, jo a. m.. w "" "' '" with. two days in which to see tne o r AscutneyvUle. Oct. 6, with. two days In Xth m- ,S 5 3 p n,.: Ascutneyvllle t)ct. 6, It might be P"f lbl 'Leo the . 3 m.: Claremont. Oct. 6. 7:30 p. m. nloves to attend and yet keep t 3 p.m. ann,lunwd CUrththe Uons "lht "the gas iaVe," met with tne re-p without your , company cou'""v '""unfortunately notrnnaere. anyway. i r?:irhrnoai;.landifthe v nildilen has been occupy ing the house on Oak street belonging to her mother. Mrs. Angelica B. Shea. Mr. and Mrs. J. Irwin noy 01 ;e York are her guests. Mr. and Mrs. Perley F. Holmes vis ited at the home of Mr. and airs. r.. r.. Holmes the first of the week. Dr. and Wednesday. Slaves of the Mine. . . .iiv mfill house greeted I11IIM .111.-. i IT Tilt- All 11 I11.-.UU1..I - -. .... lay's'- work, fair or no ia. performance of Slaves 01 tttitude of the gas wmpans - I. t(iome M'mePat the .uditorium Tuesday as above inoit"-. , ,h(1 better ing It is a se..rtni.". "... .nwr is provided the oeiiei tng. it . eulmir tef lt wlil e for the company ana ..... PubllC' . dinners. A. Henry Fuller C. Smun 01 o - flnd Geo. S. Blngnan, "J, "r;. were at the T.' H.0W"1 ?1 Monday night, with sev-. Hrooss u""v Vermont officials win era! Central "lining here about came on a ing they left 7. o'clock. Tuesoay . of on the 'f'JntraT Vermont lines spection of the Central ,he within the 8 nver what was for West river valley ove' Ie"Sl In the r,y hdTneWcomSiners were party, besides the com w. E. O. C. Jones. cf transnorta- Mullins superintendent o rei(fht Hon Botert U Bwnaj agent. W. J- ?,lM n- engineer. M. Wllmer Sample, ""'-"of telegraph. E. Magiff. BUPpri"r.r.do n. assistant su- D Nasn 01 perlntendent. -The 36th annual 1 fair Si.rlnBS.Conm. will be Gct. 3 day. Wn"f "one of the best and 4 and 6. This is one farr a,)d most popular New lum year. will be better than erUerlt trotting There will be some wcell nd rnnx - wlng race to GUAM CBdcuwh lar,g. rous drugs or alcoholic ioi,? are taken into the stom- hen Hyomel is used. Breathed Hv ntel is used. Breathed Anth .ne inhaler, the balsamic heai- Hv. mei penetrates to the mo" crils of the nose and thr"8 thus kills the catarrhal germs. thf irritated mucous membrane. v v complete and permanent By. i i he gimpiest. most pleas- "d t?:e only guaranteed core for tfc-t has been discovered te c);f!t. $1.00; extra bottle. r rale by George E. Greene. a from n the :Vind a Tpeclal prle of record is nB"ny h-rse winning a ,50 is offered to any n F, , heat ana di fl? "7i, he provided wn class vaudeville w Ul be prt The . contlnf ,ell ex- iu.i , ne "" " . . the JfToui.u 1245. vernon. - south -Vernon. 2-3-a Tickets rates 30: uth nc Millers r-". - ....nini un- The 0rv acting a. erish conditions of relieves the Ter. Inflamma the throat. " nd strengthens tion cures the cough ana lmf9 ih, mucous membranes or dy, d "bronchial , certain. ?ixatie H'yrianrdess cure for Jafe. Prompt and ,n cough kl. croup e Sold bT George the even- the - , .1 ir" Btvin culininatlnK iir exlSon ? doubtless hlnwH uo the mine. " 'r" ' nlled the eyes and ears and noses of the audienc-e with smoke, noise and smell Those who like that sort of th ng got their money's worth. The S. ho care more for good .cMW and an original natural plot, were disappointed. The company was Just mediocre scarcely that iinrlor Southern Skies. oT.es nut after When niai.Misei v f , i, eood thing, and tells the public to to banK on ''-"""',,,.., than T Ston,' for more Ugh- 15 SXte lJ "..Tri and interesting develop- " yTf'Tsersor Tas Ah The company of 2S persons ""i1 X MissCongdon as Aunt Doshey KnM,h?heromenWas and.aUin the tragic line, of her S' Miss" JosUFne. .cm.ont as thSf ' TopsyWa- was' somewhat hand IOPB.. f.nle Jnsha- handicapped -te . M way. Pnin. V . h M-.ovor. the '""weoucea clever their parts: the others being . " 'I V iav thai s not about the southern pla that is n . ,M war. The Will Bean of Holyoke. Mass.. was a visitor at his former home here Wed nesday. James Coleman of Kecne H formerly proprietor of a local shop, was a local visitor Wednesday and yesterday. Mr and Mrs. Bernard Manclnl left Monday for New York cltv whence they sailed Wednesday on the steam 1..1.1. ....o ,u TnHnn for Naiiles. Italy. l.. ... - uo From there they win go " r"'""- , Rome, to spend six montns a. inc.. Mr Manclnl 8 shop W ill iur.I.e. iiui'ii. ..... be conducted during his absence by hi hmthef-ln-law. Aineaiu u mis. Is -...j i.,.. wiiiifiii. AVathen of v jjr. aim i. m. - - - , ........in., i.-.. v....-. tHiie.t invii ti'ons" to the marriage of their daugh ter. Pattie. to Warren aioore. m j.... . ...i..i,.,- a t the home of tne ....' .o.-oiitu' Mr. Moore is well known in Brattleboro. being a frmer visitor at the home or ni bum , rt . . 1 11 .. la till.. 11 V I. IK ler. He Is now living in T)redicted self government for the Oklahoma City where he is empio, e t the next election. as a civil engineer. -.- v.. nrsi-c.nws W"J-.J muste 'under Mr. Dugan was and the musiL u.. thorough- excellent. TW 7;-r perform- ly pleasea a nee. - - kj lust as skeptical and asyou Please. Kodol wil j r rhat rou rtl whether you eat d gest what yu ,.A . or not. You car , pm. f, " ia bowl, pour a u t the it will In rour stomach, it same as wiii ..,.,. and Z? IX Z It " urin; "hundreds and didn't, sow oy PERSONAL AND SOCIAL. The Largest Consignment of High Grade Fancy and Odd Ever Bought by Us Has Been Received this Week. Many are solid mahogany, the balance weathered or golden oak. It is a pleasure for us to show, and we are sure you will enjoy looking at them. You will be surprised to see how little it takes to secure a really first-class chair. EMERSON & SON EVERYTHING FOR HOUSEKEEPING, , 2 and 4 Main Street, Brattleboro, Vt. Got Off Cheap. i r . n.. .....It litr,lr ha hflS ffnt Off tie II. ay .ii... " . Phenn who. after having contracted : constipation or Indigestion. Is still able to perfectly restore his health, i Nothing win ao mis out v., - New Life Pills. A quick, pleasant, ; and certain cure for headache, constl- j pation. etc. 25c at.F. H. Holden ft Co.'s drug store; guaranteed. j 150,000 from Proctor. Senator Redrleld Proctor has writ- j ton t.. rr w. N. Rrvant of LUUIOW, thtt Vufniimt Btnte tllher- culoais commission offering to give a j site and bullillng for a consumptives hospital to cost taO.000 and $100. 000 In cash for an endowment fund for the support of the same. The location is left to the state commission. V,. Dill la nil t-ilaftRflnt and DOsittVe as DeWitt's Little Early Risers. These Fflmous Little Pills are so mild and effective that children, delicate ladies and weak people enjoy their cleansing effect, while strong people say tucy are the best liver pills sold. Sold by George E. Greene. Boston's Dress Suit Case Mystery; The official report of the autopsy In tjiatnn ..f the trunk nf a woman's bodv. found In a suit case in Winthmp har bor last week performed by Medical Kxpert Harm, was nmue pu.j..u ..uh w medl- n. .vmniniip hoiivp that the bodv was dissected by a -person unusually skill ed In surgery. ine neau. ..... n trs were removed by cuts -cieauiy made after death. The mystery Is not in anv way cleared yet. Thus far ev erv ciue run down failed to throw any light on the strange crime. The re- vi. i, .n Hiivn thnt tne victim wus a. returned ssaturnay to turn ....... any. nrm. .u. u.....-. ' . Irooklvn after several weeks spent tlm died from septic peritonitis folio the home of Mrs. Fawcett's par- ing a criminal operation. The me. tne ... ...y . ,i,., , svmi. hoH.ve thnt the bodv W Holmes the first of the week. Dr. and hlnm,e wUh onK nRht hair, and be Mrs. M. J. Stoddard were among the tween 18 nfJ 25 years of age. Death Vallev Fair visitors in Brattleboro a) ns,me,berment occurred about nd dismemberment occurred about 24 hours before the discovery or- tne trunk and the body had not been in the water over 10 or 12 hours. To draw the fire out of a burn, heal a cut without leaving a scar, or to cure boils, sores, tetter, eczema and all .tin a'nH orn In diseases, use De ..... , . . -1- .-r 1 0..1 ..a A Dlmfilfili Wilts vvitctl nnzet oonr. n. for piles. Get the genuine. SoTO by George E. Greene. William Redmond, one of the Irish leaders In the British parliament, and his party arrived at Bellows Falls Sat urday Sept. 16. on the way from Bos ton to Windsor. Mr. Redmond Came to view the statue or i.naries jmuih.. nell. the great Irish statesman, made .... r..t,Aarta tho arilltltor. A Crowd gathered, and an impromptu reception was held. Mr. Redmond made an ad dress from the car steps. He referred tr. ih. nresent prosperity of the Irish people and many reforms that had been effected during the last five years. Character AND Reputation are far from being synonvmous terms, as we are painfully reminded by some of the expos ures of modern life. The "Tred S. Knight" $3.50 and $4-00 Shoes for men are shoes of character, whose reputa tion for reliability and desirability has already been established, to the satisfaction of a large number of wearers who appreciate the best m footwear. Made in a variety of leathers, both light and heavy weight; and absolutely one price to everybody. FRO) s. KNIQHT 82 Main Street- Beef Packers Fined $23,000. mntiu nt the Sehwnrxschlld & ruur Ulllmia . 2..iK,.irAi. Pnnklne- enmnanv of C nt- cago. were fined an aggregate of $25,- 000 by Judge Humpnrey 111 mr 1. ........ stHtps district court at Chicago, Thursday. Sept. 21. ..11 3 nla nf 0-1 1 1 1 1 V Tne nnes iouueu n . . . ....iiniuiit. ehniE-lnir conspiracy to accent railroad rebates. The de fendants were: Samuel vmii 01 .-.o York vice president of the company; B S Cusey, traffic manager; Vance D. Skipworth, and Chess E. Todd, as sistant traffic managen-s. Mr. Well was fined $10,000. the other three $o.000 each. With the entering of the plea the declaration was made that unless at least one of the cases Is Immedi ately settled, the life of Samuel Weil, who" is vice president of the com nanv and one of the defendants. Is Mi jeopardy. He is said to be a nerv ous wreck and fears were entertained for his life if he had been allowed to continue under the stigma of an in dictment. The plea was entered, it is j.-. 1 o nnmiilptii understand- uetnueu, niiti c ..I-.. ing had been reached between coun sel for the defendants and Atty-Gen. William H. Moody. While In Chicago. Mr. Moody was apprised of the condi tion of Vice fresiaeui .e.. -said, agreed to the -entry of a plea ot euiltv with the unrterstaniiiiig n ' the jail provision 01 me .a which the Indictment was returned should be waived and merely a fine imposed. The same concession was made in the case of the other three defendants. FALL HATS Are arriving almost dally. In every shape, and in silk and velvet. The early purchaser gets the best. Call in. Mrs. C.H.Smith 85 Main St., Milliner and Hair dresser. H. A. PIKE, OPTICIAN, Located at 75 80. Main street, Brattleborb, Vt. , EYES TESTED 1KKE. 38tf lome'Made Have your cake, mullins, and tea bis cuit home-made. They will be fresher, cleaner, more tasty and wholesome. Royal Baking Powder helps the house wife to produce at home, quickly and eco nomically, fine and tasty cake, the raised hot-biscuit, puddings, the frosted layer cake, crisp cookies, crullers, crusts and muffins, with which the ready-made food found at the bake-shop or grocery does not compare. Royal is the greatest of bake-day heips. Japanese Fight Peace Treaty. - 1.. 1 An j t vn- i niAmnrials have ixtruriy 'v' umvv been presented to the Japanese throne from different associations and indi viduals condemning the peace treaty and asking that it be not ratified. I. transpires that tn spue 01 r Katsura's assurance to the contrary, fr a Piniise whereby tne treaty .......cim ..... - Japan undertakes not to fortify Soya . . 1. .n.AnuA .Tiilitm;!! inn strait, as a resu.t ""y"" " felt among the innueniuu -"" . Toklo government is ure..-.. ...,ih thnae resooiisible for the recent rioting In that city; twenty- two arrests have oeen uihup ... i.u .... A. the newsraners neciion win. -- .,'. suppressed for formentlng the disor ders. Tne American . rr.m. ra for Nikol- couia. irum 'l" ' " . - - - . aji-VKk. has been seized by the Jap anese nortn or pagm."-.... - -- . .1 .... ... .a having on can siean.er - . n Tltrtrnn 1.1 11 n H SPT OI nnara mn... o."f... " ". . hen Kamchataa Traaing .v.e.,. . seised by the Japanese nr. ttenring lsianu. ." y terward occupied the Commander Is lands and noistea me '"i"'","1 The Commander Islands are in Ben ring sea. east of Kamchatka, and be long to Russia. , is The OYM. tAKUM eowDta co, new wane It became known at Washington a . i th. the Ch nese SIOIIOHV. Kl "-- - . . i. AM wrirm rm tnaoe government m n . . ... D.i.alun U 11 II a formal protest i ure Japane torernment. concern ng treaty of peace signed at Portsmouth first, tne lengrn "i --- .tin nt Manchuria, and tlw? r... u.'.i. " second, the provisions made tor an .j m,arit fnr the railroad lines owned by Russia and Japan In Man ehuria. Free to Farmers. Tn Bulletin No. 116, recently Issued by the Vermont Agricultural Experi ment Station. Formula No. 1, com mends the following ingredients for fall seeding, without manure. ine amounts named are for one acre: Raw Ground Bone 300 to 400 lbs. Acid Phosphate 100 to 150 lbs. Wood Ashes 300 to tuu ids. Muriate of Potash 50 to 70 lbs. anv Farmer writing to C. S. Patre. Hvde Park. Vt., saying that he saw this notice in the Reformer, Mr. Paire will send a free sample of tne above ingredients, excepting the ashes, and give the cost thereof laid down at the Farmer's nearest station. The Experiment Station Bulletin well says: "On every account, nnan: cial, educational, agricultural, is better to buy the crude stock and home mix, if one uses a ton or more." Anv farmer who will send Mr. Page $3.25 will receive, freights prepaid, a sample 200-pound barrel of his Ground Bone. It is guaranteed to be an absolutely pure, natural Bone Meal. No valuable ingredients have been taken therefrom as is the case with much of the Bone Meal now be ing offered to the public." Xearlv all the large fertiliser manu facturers make a bone glue by boiling their bones and extracting the gluten therefrom. Mr. Page's Bone Meal is a by-product from the manufacture or Page's Perfected Poultry Food, and Is the bone flour sifted out from the granulated bone, which forms one of the principal ingredients of this Poul try Food. It is this fact that enables Mr. Page to furnish a pure Bone Meal at so low a price. Save your ashes and "mix with this Bone Meal and you will find it worth double the cost. CSS"' Early llisers TH fuMM little pBta.