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AM COUNTY KEFOKMEK, UKATTLKliOKO, VT.,, F1UDAY, AUGUST 10, lW(i.
WINDH I urT ATTLEBOHO. Ill r b miw T HHIINI . ani ni f 1 I M 1... . - PERSONAL AND SOCIAL. r. t. utf ' '"" ill l". frank H. Prmtt II spending lh k pigeon "" I"' C. K, (ir.geia wet hs BpriH, Matt, Tlirulsy butlU. Miss Wiaifrrd Aa haa " "ul port, M, ln "'" U dalun Kirhmond and children ara Tisiting in Greenfield this ek. Mrs. Phut t'o..id- is aprndin wk titiiing m Ureeoflrld "J Athol. Hubert Aa.d..a i AB"(,lH' vl.it.d in Bellow t'alla Sunday. Mr. Jeuoi ' h" ,ru" '"" Crosby Murk t T'rrae itri. Juki) Mor.. aud family ar. 'H' ' Tcllo l Block Island. Mr, and Mr. W. H. UIJi ad 'a"11 spending the werk t funari lak. Wale Holdra returned Friday (' wrrki jnt t UP Chr.lrrtirld. U L H. French of th Hu.l.-n Main railroad was I" Try "'u1"' Mi Hilm Ericsson l spending ' la Mrrideu, limn.. visiting "Id frirndt. Ulu Grse llrywil of Kern. H. ' Tinting Hn. Irin Cooper tbia week. Frrd Thomaa .nd Cbarlrt Wrlconi. lcv. Sunday for t trip to Pwk' Iand, Me. Mits Alii Sprnccr went Kwn. H B.turd.y lo ' " wuk relatives. Mr, r W. Kureh ud ton. Ku.srll. went to Boston Friday to aprnd trvrral dJ.. Mr, J V. t.rn-Jf d duhirr. Katk not. Jkihul ti.inn frifudt id town. Mr. nd Mr.. E. P. tiwyr of NVw York .n .iwnd.n,; fw d). th. ut of IT. Jl, Sfllif Maim of Cohofi. S. -lndiis " w,lB lrn,t J- Mmi. j T Wnher.ld of !l.non ht l nd inf't f'w d br,H'k' b"u" wrrk. Mr. Ev Ruerixm td dausbltr. rc. ot Winuu.ki, r Tiitiii l E. . Alnn der't. Lou!. Kuiht of SpriiiirflWd. M. .. ,n orer Sunduj- n.iior t ike kome of hu part nti. Mrt Lorr Cox. who fcli " ri.iling wL.Wm in Bi.rinnld, JI.M-, rfturnd kooir Mi.ndsy. Hought,.n Hi-vrrni k rMurn.-d (tr THk i T-tion wnt in BoHon nd tm den, Me. A W Child of Mnrheter, . H., in vown fn.m Monday until Wednwd.y on botinebk. Mr nd Mrs. Leon Hill.rd went Saturday to Ayr . Cliff, Canada, to apend week Tacation. iliw Helen Wkite of Wakefl,ld. Ma. a., baa own viiiin Mm Addie lllman for the pait week. lira R. C. Creaay and Miaa Luln Creaay are at their cottage at Spoff.ird lake for lew weeka. Mr. and Mra. L. J. Ianicla of 8prinsfleld, Maaa.. hare been apendmj part of ike week in Brattleboro. Misa Addie Warner came from Boston Wedne.day to apend a few daya at her for mer koine kere. George Oakea ha. reanroed work at the Oakea barber ahop after apendin three daya at Spofford lake. William Spauldliig, who baa been riaiting in Leominatcr. Maaa for the paat two weeka. baa returned home. Miaa Laila MacXeal of Brookline. Maaa., wa. th. gneat of Mr. and Mra. E. H. Crane tha drat o( the week. Mra 8 P. Miner, who waa operated upon for appendicitia at the Memorial boapiul laat week, ii improving. Mra. Hearock of Holyoko ia Tlaiting her daughter, Miaa Kuby He.cock, and ber ai ter, Miaa Avina Chaae. Mr. and Mra. William Seabitt of Brooklyn, N. y., are the fueata of Mr. Jieabitt'a aia te'r, Mra. Mary J. Wilaon. Dr G A. Tewkabury of Littleton. X. apent laat Sunday in town the gue.t of kia mother, Mra. T. W. Bruce. W C Belknap, editor of the Bellowa Falla Timea. waa in town Saturday to attend the democratic county convention. Mr and Mra. William Kruger of Provi dence, B I, have been recent gueata for a week of Mra. Bertha Goddard. Mr and Mra T. W. Bruce are apending a lew daya in Worceater, Ma, making the trip by trolley by way of Springfield. Mra. F. P. Hopkinton and Mra. Albert Hopkiiiaon returned home Monday after a 10 dava' visit at Revere Beach, Masa. Rev. and Mra. A. H. Webb, C. D. Smith nd Clarence Matthewa returned Monday from an outing of two week! at Block Wand W. Frost Minor, who ia now employed in Philadelphia by the Baxter Lighting com pany, waa an over Sunday visitor in town. Mrs. Sarah Winchester Houghton of Springfield, Mass., ia apending the month of Auguat with her aiater, Mra. Eunice Warren, of Marlboro. Miss Dorothea Brasor recently underwent an operation by Dr. Gorbam of Bellowa Falla for the removal of a tumoroua growth from her nose. Miaa Edna Crosby haa gone to Winthrop Beach, Masa., where she will meet Miss Edna Lawton of this town. They will re main there a week. Mra. F. T. Hopkinaon of Bennington, for merly of Brattlehoro, underwent an opera tion at the Massachusetts general hospital laat week Thuraday. Mr. and Mra. W. H. Brackett and aon, Roger, Mrs. D. F. Brackett and Mra. A. D. Wyatt lelt Monday for Islea of Shoala for an onting of two weeks. Attorney Corliss, his two sons and Mrs. Maria Cox came from Detroit, Mich., in Mr. Corliss's automobile Wednesday and are spending the week with Mrs. A. V. Cox. Mrs. Mary Howe Burton of South Lan caster, Mass., who aang at. a concert in South Strafford Saturday evening, was a visi tor at her former home here the first of the week. Mrs. Peter Orcutt of Turners Falls, Mass., underwent a serious operation at the Lynch hospital yesterday. It was performed by Dr. Lynch assisted by Dra. 'Hamilton of Brattle boro and E. L. Davis of Springfield, Mass. Bert Tenney returned, from Saybrook, Conn., Tuesday, where he has been spending a few days with his family. While here he will superintend the construction of an ice house for Frederick Holbrook who is sum mering at Naulkhka. Frank L. Washington and Nicholas Mc Kay of Providence; R. I., have been visiting the former s tatner. jonn vv asmngiou, ,u week. Mrs. John Washington and daughter and Miss Dunn of Providence will be guests of Mr. Washington next -week. Miss Marion Adams, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Adams, celebrated her second birthday anniversary Wednesday with a sand pile party at the home of her parents on Terrace street. Each child in attendance was .given as a favor a large wooden spoon with his name burned in the bowl. Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Wright are again located in Bellows Falls. Mr. Wright has recently sold his bakery businesa in Brat tleboro for which he left here less than a year ago, and is now traveling salesman for the National Biscuit company with south erq Vermont aa his territory and Bellows Falls as his' headquarters. Bellowa Falls Times. , Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Powers of Pearl treet are entertaining a large party of an tomobilists over Sunday, who arrived in this city yesterday and will leave tomorrow for a 10 dava' trip. They will stop at Lenox, Manchester, Rutland, Windsor and Brattle boro, Vt., and Northfield. A dinner party was given last evening for the guests, who are Mr. and Mrs. John E. Gale and Mrs. De Viare of Haverhill, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Currier and their son and daughter of Lynn. Mr. and Mrs. John Shepard, - Mrs. h. G. Buraham and Miss Marian Burnham of Swampscott. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Pow ers, Mrs. F. B. Powers and Mrs. Walter C. Powers will accompany the tourists on their trip. Springfield Republican. K II Wild of .! Barnard was In Iowa WrdlieMl.ty. Mrs. ') K.-.d of Moetpelier Is ia mg ill town. Mim KlisabHli Willi ia vialtiug In 8url buraa Falls, Mass. Julia Orant ami la Keen. X. II., Monday ia attend a rip'ua. C. E. Bordrn and family ara at rlpufford lak for lb k. P. M. ilaker uf bustoB baa been a visitor in town tbia wrrk. Mward Howard of LoudunJrrry is spend ing a wrrk In town. Miaa Mary Lincoln la .pending 1 munih in I hr.irrarld, X. II. Mr. and Mra. Brrt Young sr. at Stoddard. S. H, for two weeks. Robert Field of Kerne, X. H spent Sat urday and Sunday in town. Ml.. Otrlla IUilirtlr uf Hoturll, Maaa., ia vi.itmg Mua Ruin lnuew. Mr.. W. U Smith and son bar krea pending tb week in Putney. Cllff-ird Farntigiun of Athol, Mas., it pi-nding a few daya in town. Mra. F. H. Smith la .pending lha wrek with Mativos in Rowr, Ma.a. Miaa Annie O'Xeil of Springfield, Maaa., is vi.itlng in town Ibis week. Mrs. Thntrhrf I'erry vi.ilrd relative in ('better lha fir.t of the week. tl. I). Siowrll and ii. L. Dunham will go lo llo.tiin Sunday on bu.inr.a. Mr. and Mr.. Charlra McKniglit are spend ing 1U d). al South Wallingford. Mr. J. ry E.tey and family are at t naiham, Ms, for a lew week. Mra. A. J. Barbrr of O.hkosb, Wia., ia vi.iung at the borne of D. M. Barber. li!rid 1. linrli.n of Orange, Mats., is vi.iting bia uncle, William C. Horiun. Frank Xeliigan, who haa been aprndiug a frw di, in town, haa returned to Uo.ton. j Leon Akiry goea to work in the .hopa of I the Brattleboro Cabinet roinpany Monday. J. t. Mellen and family left yr.terday ' to spend several weeks at Clinton, Conn. I Miaa Margaret Ewing of Ea.thampton; Ma..., waa au over Sunday visitor in town. Miaa Clara Pike, who has been vi.itmg in Orange, Jda..., baa tturnid to Brattleboro. Clarenrc Meniies Miller returned Monday I after a two weeka' outing at liretton Wood., i.N. H. Mra. Lucia Foster of Organ street attend rd a family reunion in Albol, Mass., Wed - t . Mr.. Joseph Fonrmn and two children of (irreiincid are apending a few days at P. , Katte a. I Godfrey Crosby returned Monday after a 'stay of three weeka al lamp Skidou, Spof 'ford lake. Mi.a hatherine Lark in returned laat risi lurday fruru a two weeka' vacation apent in Fair Haven. Mra.' Frank P. Nutting of Springfield, Maaa., ia visiting at the home of John A. Uavia tbia week. Mr. and Mra. Loomis and children have returned to Bellows Falla alter a vmt with Mra. H. P. Hunter. Mra. C. L. Sliekney and Mrs. Henry R. Brown returned Wedne.day from a vacation in Nova Scotia. Miaa Florence Goodale has returned from Dummeraton Hill, where ahe has been spend ing the summer. Mi.s Jennie Stoddard of Weatfield, Maaa., is spending tha rest of the summer with her mother in town. J. B. Manley and family have returned from Spofford lake, where they have been spending two weeka. MrV Bunyan Smith of Orange, a former resident of this town, ia the gueat of Mrs. H. K. Chamberlain. Frank Barber haa returned from Wells Beach., Me., where h has been spending a two weeks' vacation. Miasea Margaret and Jennie Cray of Bel lows Kalla ara vitftiufroV-aaajfaiv das a, with Miss Julia Brw.nahan. 1 Miss Molly Ryan returned t Wi-dncaUai" from Worcester, Mass, whtre" she has been spending her vacation. Albert St. Cyr began work in the me chanical department of the Vermont Print ing company Monday. Mrs. J. E. Lawrence returned from Peter boro, '. H., Monday She has been spend ing several weeka there. Miss Mary Austin and friend, Miss Wat son, are spending a few days ia Boston. Tbey will return Saturday. E. E. Reynolds, assistant editor of Tha New England Farmer, has been in Rochester, X. Y., a part of the week. Rev. and Mrs. E. Q. S. Osgood went yes terday to Newtonville, Mass., to be. the guests of Mrs. S. E. Williams. Mrs. Ellen Van Kleek, who has been spending several weeks in town, left for her home in Denver, Col., Monday. Misa Annie Nelligan of Holyoke, Mass., has returned to her home after a visit at J. T. Raine s on Elliot street. Mrs. W. W. Plimpton and daughter, Irene, left Tuesday fur a month's visit in Spring field, Maas., and Canajoharie, X. Y. E. W. Coleman of the local express force has gone to Brattleboro to take the sgent's place for two weeks. Keene Sentinel. B. George Wilkins sailed for Liverpool Tuesday and will tour Europe until about Oct, 1 when he will resume his practice. Harold, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. G". Staples, underwent an operation for appendicitis at the Brattleboro Memorial hospital ilonauy Mrs. H. E. Harris and daughter, Miss Maude Harris, both of Barre, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Eddy Tues day, Mr. and Mrs. Henry H. Crosby left Mon day for Boston, whence they went by boat to Portland and other resorts on the Maine coast. W. E. Impey of Denver, Col., western airent for the Hooker, Corser Mitchell company, has been in town this week on business. J. W. Gordon of Barre and J. W. Red mond of Newport stopped off here Tuesday on their way to Wardsboro to address a re publican rally. Mrs. G. H. Emery of Manchester, who has been spending several days in town aa the guest of her sister, Mrs. L. D. Greene, has returned to her home. Miss Grace Bestick of Bridgeport, Conn., and Mrs. Walter Hall of Wilmington are spending a few days in town as the guestt of Miss Bernice Pike. Attorney and Mrs. C. A. Parker of Bos ton, who have been spending several days the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Carpenter, returned borne Thursday morning. Miss Beatrice Emerson, who has been spending several days with her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Eddy, returned to her home in Jamaica Monday. Mrs. .1. B. Donelly of Gardner, Mass., spent a few days in town the last of last week. She returned Monday accompanied by her fa ther, James Bowler, of this town. Mrs. William C. Horton returned Wednes day from Lake Dunmore, where she spent a- week with Mrs. Oscar Covey, Mrs. Fred Brown and children and MiSB Smith. Mrs. Brown and Mrs. Smith are visiting relatives in Pittsford. John Brosnahan and sister, Joanna, at tended the funeral of their eouain, Mrs. Mi chael Mitchell, in Holyoke Sunday. Others who attended from this town were the Misses Elizabeth and Margaret' Sullivan and Mrs. Charles Cook. Walter Eddy of New York, formerly of this town, is spending a short time with his parent in town. Before returning to his business he will apend a few days at Au burndale, Mass., where his wife'i parents live. C. H. Davenport hat spoken at fusion rallies in Peru, South Londonderry and Ja maica this week. Tonight he is booked to BDellbind in West wardsboro and tomorrow night at Guilford. Mr. Davenport will speak in Whitingham and Newfsne next week. R. S. Childs is booked to talk in North Troy Monday night. Mr. and Mra. Genre Stun tear tomurrow for Xew Ytrk, where ht will reniaia for 10 d. Mra. Fred Crey returned Sunday from a wrrk visit with friends in Barre and Mont- prlirr. Henry M. Williama of Canal airwt will spend the week In Kkm, X. H , and Spring field, Maas. Mr.. J. T. Denning and Miaa Ellen Urady will go to Hpoffurd lake Monday to apend two Week.. j Col. II. E. Taylor, L. I. Taylor and Mi.a laruiiu uuuun itat nuv wu .,.,-u.'....-irip lo Hmnington. 'ihry will return lb firm! of rtt wrrk. Mr. and Mra. W. H. Wanamaker of Phila delphia stopped at lh llrooka Hou.e lo din nr ye.irrday. They are on a driving luur through the While mountains. Avery Miller, employed by II. P. Well man, the rluthirr, was at his how in I'um nirr.lon la.l work. From ilirr he went to Boston for the rt of hia vacation and ia now bark at work. Aulumohila travel was n so heavy this week as la.l aa ia ahown by the number of partiea registered at the Brooks Home, snn.ng whom ar the following: Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Gihh and Ilrl.no Amry of Balti more: Mr. and Mra. W. J. Brown of Free pnrt. L. I., Mr.. Ivan Aaibnrgh and Mi.a litu. of tllrn Cove, L. I., Mr. and Mra. J. K. Willard of Richmond, Vs., Misa Hopkins f Baltimore, and J. E. May of Newport, Mr. and Mra. A. H. Carter. Henry Jackson, Mua Marion Carter and Donald Carter of Lebanon. X. 11; Mr. and Mra. E. C. sterling of Keilland.. Cal.: Dr. and Mra. It. C Raw ton of Reno, Cal, and Mn Thomas MrKit trick of ft L.ioia: Mr. nd Mra. Willard peiirrr of Philadelphia: Mr. and Mra. Jamr. Wiloa and Mr. and Mrs. F. C. WHeox ol Athol. Mils.: and Dr. and Mra. L. C. Bald win of Xew York. WILMTNOTOK. Mra. C. M. Kui.rll returned from Hainra Fall.. X. V., Thursday. L. K. Straa.rr haa been away fur a day r two thu wrrk on a bu.inr.. trip. Mr. and Mra. John H. Burkley have re turned from South Acton. Ma... Mr. Bui-k-.y will wnduct the barbenug bu.ine.a here after. Among the hju.es that have beeu greatly improvrd by painting are llmse of Mrs. Mary IF. Barnard. C. M. Russell and rrank u. j Smith. A number of gor.ta arrived at Ra;mda I hotel laat wrrk ai.d the hoo.e is well filled. Mr. and Mrs. Warner are spoken of iu lh ! highr.i terms aa ho.i and hw.teaa. A brick wall has been erected at the end I of the Savings Jiank building next to Wheel er s Hove and tin anon, wom-o in , m. fire would serve as an effectual cut off. The Lome Elwyn company concluded its nvu.u,t.i,n f nmilur nlavs at Me morial hall Saturday night. The attrndanc was fairly good on earn evening, inougo aa a rule a wrrk ia too long for any company at this place. Mr. and Mra. Lyman P. Blodgett of Jef-f.-r.,u. In., are in town for a few weeka visiting friend, and relativea. They left Wilmington in 1C7 and have not been here .. .. ....... lw Ul...lutt h. l,rn rn- smrr ma, i,ur. --. -- --- gaged in farming and haa bren very suc cessful. 1 Xo political rallies have h-n held at this place yel but it is nol likely that we ahall i... it...t fMn ih li.iL Whether auch meeting would make any great difference in the vole la a qur.uon uui we are si.u tlir riikmk.iiins and lo receive the lit erature which ia liberally supplied. Rev. Lymsn Ward, prraidenl of the Sootn ern Industrial institute at Camp Hill, Ala., spoke at the Universalis! church laat Sun day morning to a good tired audience. In the evening .he spoke eapecially upon the work in which he ia engaged among the poor whiles. He gave very interesting de acxiptiimt and waa liatened to with deepest interest. Those iuteresird in this work are devoting their labor for the good of human ity and not for money consideration which of necessity ia very small. Mr. Ward is from New York state and will tiait hit eld home before returning to the south. JAMAICA. Miss Ruby Stark it visiting la London derry. Amy Knight of 8outh Hill is at work at David Eddy's. Mias Beatrice Emerson came home from Brattleboro Monday evening. Mra. E. Garfield Pierce tpent Sunday at the guest of relatives in Ludlow. Mrs. E. A. Day, who has-been critically ill, is much better at present writing. Mr. and Mrs. L. Howard of Guilford vis ited at Herman Emeraou't the first of the week. Mrs. Prank Carver and nephew of De troit, Mirh., are visiting Mr. and Mra. E. Carver. Mias Myrtle Sandera and Miaa Ella Ja coba of Weatfield, Mass., are the guestt of Ruth McLean. Mrs. L. B. Newman received word Tues day of the death of her brother-in-law in Keene, X. H. Mrs. Semira Bemis visited in South Lon donderry over Sunday, returning borne Tues day afternoon. Miss Mabel Howard of Townshend visit ed her aunt, Mrs. Fannie Howard, Tue.day and Wednesday. - Frank Dobbin, who haa been apending some time at David Eddy 'a, hat returned to bit home in Shushan, X. Y. An entertainment was given at the Bap tist church Friday evening after which ice cream was served in the vestry. About 9 was realized. - Mr. and Mrs. J ,C. Robinson and daugh ter, Mary, and Mrs. Lucy Kellogg lefl for Northfield, Mass., Tuesday morning. Tbey will be away about two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. A. V. D. Piper left town Sat urday morning, Mrs. Piper for an outing at Lake Sunapee, X. H., and Mr. Piper to join Company I. V. N. G., on its trip to Mt. Gretna, Pa. They export to be absent ibout two weeks. WEIT BRATTLEBORO. C. I. Parker .pent Sunday In Springfield, Vt. I Mra. Arad Gould and sua are visiting in i Cavendish. Mr.. O. J. Hioikwell la apending the week , at Suu.et lake. Mrs. V.rt Jalway is spending the week j la Bellows Falla. Misa Georgia Donel.n It in Btrnard.ton, j Mast., for a brief stay. Harry Toomey of Nr York city hat been j pending the week here. G. H,rg E, Mather Trturned Monday to hia home In Brooklyn, N. Y. i H. E. MillrrViun.rd to his home in Lynn, Mass., yratarday morning. ; Rrv. and Mra. J. A. Mitchell left Monday for Lynn, Ma.a., to spend th month. ! Mi.s Alma ('level. nd it the gur.t of Mr. j and Mrt. R. L. Fro.t for two weekt. Mi.s Gertrude Stin-kaell it tpending the ' week in Albany, X. Y-. and vicinity. , ('apt. F. F. Gleaaon left Monday for At- j lantie City, X. J, to spend two werkt. Mra. Haiti Frrurh of Vernon It spending 1 a few days wi:h Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Stock well. Mrt. Mary A. Bigelow will entertain the j D. A. R. at her home next Tuesday after- 1 noon, Mrs. Frank F.. Johnson left Ssturday for Lynn, Mas.., where .he will spend two weeks. Mrt. O, 0. Covey returned Wednesday from a week's outing at Lake Dunmore. ; Itr.ml m. D. T. Perry came from Hillsboro Bridge, X. H., Saturday to spend a few dayt at hi. home, Mrs. J. H. Mason and daughter of Spring field, Ma.s., are guests of Mr. and Mrt. D. W. Harris. Miaa Eva Brisgs of New York city is the tur.t of her unrle. M. E. L'hamberlin. for ! two wrrk.. j Mr.. T. M. Albe of Brookiine .pent a Ip.rt of ihe wrrk at the home of hrr brother. J. S. Morse. j John B. Adkins of New York city is i boarding with Mr. and Mrt. D. W. Harris i for a few weeks. Min Mabel Younglove of Fitchburg, Mas... I is the gur.t of her grandmother, Mrt. R. S. Warrru, Ihia week. Mr. and Mrt. I. B. Baldwin of Montague City, Mass., wrrr gursts of Mrs. C. A. Van Jhiorn over Sunday. Mrt E M. Gnodrnough is tpending the week in Brllowt Fslls with hrr psrents, Mr. and Mrs. F. II. Hobsou. Mrs. H. B. Willis and daughter. Izet'a, of Mrndrn, Conn., are visiting Mrs. Willit't bnithrr, B. 8. Miller. Mr. C. A. Vtn Uoorn hat told her place Jonn L. Barney Ihu week and will give oo.fte.sifn about Sept. 15. Rev. Grorge E. Prenti.a of New Haven. Conn., will preach in th Congregational church next Sunday morning. Mra. F. E. Kellogg ud friend, Mrs. Char lotte Danforlh uf Stimerville, Ma.a., are apending a few daya at Lake Pleasant. Min Irene Sylvester of Cleveland, O, it .pending the summer at The home of her uncles. F. A. and W. L. Sylvester. Mr. and Mrs. X. A Putnam of Roxbury, Mass, have been guests of Mrs. Putnam't mothrr, Mrt. Cynthia Clark, tbia week.- Mrt. Louit Matsey and daughter of Spring field, Ma.s., have been gursts of Miss Mas . sey brother, J. L. Stoekwell, this week. Mr. and Mrs. D. T Perry gave a tea party Thursday lo several friends in honor of Mrs. and Miss Wilht of Meriden, Conn. Mr. nd Mrt. E. A. Covry and children returned Wedne.day from South London derry, where they have been .spending 10 , days. Arthur Winter returned to Worcester, Mm. Mondsr after tpending two weeks with kit parents, Mr. and Mrs. George F . Winter. Mr. and Mra. Harry W. F Dunklee of Lowell, Mast, eame Saturday to spend two neekt with Mr. DunUee'a mother, Mrt. Mary E. Dunklee. Mrs. Charlea Whirteek and daughter, Charlotttv of ' New York city are tpending two weeka with Mrt. Whitteck'a brother, Julius Exnrr, on South street. Mr. and Mra. S. A. Mitchell and daughter. Mitt Annie, returned, Monday to their home in Lynn, Mas... having spent two weeks with Rev. and Mrs. J. A. Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Miller entertained a large number of friends and relativrt Wed nrsday afternoon and evening in honor of their "aiater, Mrt. .H. B. Willi and niece, Mitt Izetta Willis, of Meriden, Conn. Carroll E. Fisher is expected tomorrow from Ilion, X. Y., to spend the month with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Fisher. Mr. Fisher is employed by the Remington Typewriter company and will relume hit "ork for them Sept 1 in Xew York city. Miss E. May Chamberlin came from flira. X. V., Monday to spend this month with her mothrr, Mrs. Sophia Chamberlin. Miss Cbambrrlin hat resigned her petition a ma tron at the Y. W. C. A. rooms in that city and accepted a position aa matron at Mar quand hall in Xonhfield. Mass., beginning her work there about Sept. 1. Don't Neglect This Opportunity going on at Dunham Brothers . This Summer's Styles Marked Down from $2.00, 2.50, 3.00, 3.50 and 4.00 to $1.59, 1.98, 2.47 and 2.98 In fact everv line of sum. Cheaper graaes are selling m . W- i u V mer shoes we have carried this season has gone into tbs sale. It ,s the most remarkable clean-up we nave cvci unu. r 3teKH, we have left a sufficient assortment to fit any foot or any pocket dook. Tell Us What You Want to Pay and We Will Fit Yours. We cannot impress upon you too firmly that these shoes are the vm lines we were selling previous to juiy u ior uic iuu im y are not' last season's goods, not shop worn or out of style or heavy weights; they are brand new, up-to-date, 1906 shoes; mostly Oxfords, but high shoes enough to go around if you don't care for Oxfords. Don t let an ;tkr.nt InriWlncr at them.. If vou don t want to come in Uiuci uay &w v j wa.s.v . o ' the store, you can see them in our windows. We have marked many pairs of women s shoes $1.59 that we ordi it.. -.-T4 tt oR in tr-Mc amr sale iidiuy liidirwctu H7 " s..w The prices will never be less and the assortment never more com plete than it is today. Don't Put It Off. Dunham Brothers Mra. Thomas V. Lawson, wife of the Boston financier, died at lreamwold, Mr. Lawson's summer home in Scituate, yester day. Mrs. Lawson had been suffering from heart trouble since June 26 last. With the exception of her son Arnold, all of Mra Lawson's children and her husband were at her bedside when the. end came. Arnold Lawson arrived home soon afterward. Mrs. Lawson, before her ' marriage to Mr. Law son in 1878, was a Miss Ooodwillie of Cambridge. McGrriror and Mabel Morse with Mrt. Al ton Morse chaperon are, spending ten dtyt it Takitriee Lodge, eunsrt laae. BIRTHS. In Buffalo, X. Y., Aug. S, S"ii to John J., and Barbara Murphy Cunningham. In West Chesterfield, X. H.. July . a ion, Carrol Herman, to Mr. and Mrs. Her man E. Chickering. MAEEIA0E8. T- 0-..li.., 1 O . Dow P O Fisher. Kollin H. Ranney and Lora Wilcox, both of Westminster. DEATHS. In Westminster, Aug. 8, Porter Rice, 94. V- T I.I V IT I n nA rianvna Vminw 17 onlv .on of Dana and Edith Bovd. for merly of Hover. Agents Wanted. We want the Calfskins, Hides, Sheep Pelts, Tallow, Bones, etc., collected in your vicinity. Can t you arrange to purchase wese goods for us this spring! We will fur nish the cash with whicn to buy: we will also furnish tags, advice sheets, taking off directions, cloth posters to enable you to advertise the business, etc., etc. We pay highest cash prices and keep our customers thoroughly posted on the condition of the market and pay the freight. To any one writing ns and mention ing this paper, we will mail full par ticulars. Address, Cabbou. S. Page, Hyde Park, Tt KEWTAKE. A. H. Farnum and family have been spend ing a vacation in Greenfield. Mrs. N". 8. Moore is entertaining a party of young women fur a few days. Mrs. Mabel Allen spent a few days thit week with her parenta in liover. C. M. Ballon of Saratoga, K. Y., has joined his family at Lyman Randall's. Wilson Winchester and sisler, Mrs. W. L. Mieott, tpent laat Sunday in Dummeraton. A. W. Pratt of Cambridge, Mast., wat with his family at Elmhall over Sunday. W. L. Mieott it confined to the bed thit work with an attark of inflammatory rheu matism. Wilaon Winchester it tpending a two weeks' vacation visiting in Xorthfleld, Millers Falls, Orange and Boston, Mass. Banker Norton and family of Meriden, Conn., and Mrs. Norton's nephew, Joseph Pretcott of Holyoke, Mass., are boarding at Newfane Inn. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith are spending a vacation aa guests of Mrs. Smith's brother, Frank Hathaway, in Auhurndale, Masa. This is the first vacation Mr. Smith haa taken for six years. Wednesday night was ladiet' night in Newfane grange. The officert' chaira were tuken by the women and after the businest meeting tbey presented a very pleasing pro gram as follows: Instrumental music, Mrt. Lila Mieott: tone. Three Old Maids of Lee, Mrs. Lena De Witt, Mist Ida Maher, Miat Bessie ilamlin; reading, Mrs. Cora Win Chester; reading. Mrs. Lila Mieott; reading, Mrs. Kate Bush: dialogue, The Phantom Doughnuta, by several young women. At the next meetinr. Aug. 29, West River grange of Townshend ia expected to be here, fnmishing the program. Refreshments will be served by the local grange. CHESTEBFIELD. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Spaulding of Keene visited old friends her last week. James Butler, who has lived at Winches ter for a year or more, is hiving a vaca tion and is visiting hia mother, Mrt. Ham mond, and other relativea for a few weekt. Mr. and Mr. W. H. Butler went to Peter- horo Wednesday to visit their dsnghter, Mrt. knv Chamberlain. leving Mrs. J. C. Hub hard and Mr. Kankin to run th farm in their absence. U'lirr F Pierce and family of Green field, Mbks., spent trvrral dayt here recently with Mrs. Pierce t parenta. Mr. and Mrs. s. F. Kucc and other frienda. They were a moat welcome addition to the church-going people of their old home. Deacon Brown of Troy with hit wife, ne Jessie Goodrich, has been with her mother. Mra. Puffer for tome weekt. He hat played the organ in both churches several timet, giving much pleasure to his audiencet. Edwin II. Mead, author, editor and lec turer, it at Ltkeaide honse and attended church on Sunday with a party of friends. All are clad to meet onr distinguished townsman who .does not forget or ignore his native place which so many eminent men claim for their early home. WILLLAMSVILLE. Miss Marion Sherman is visiting in Brat tleboro. The band of mercy had a picnic in the gulch at Newfane Tuesday afternoon. Mrss Mildred Phillips of Townshend it the guest of her cousin, Mrs. F. E. Willard. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Osgood and child of Claremont, N. H., spent Sunday at Alton Morse's. A good sized audience attended the enter tainment given by A. Lincoln Kirk Wednes day evening. Frank Freyenhaeen. who -it working in Dummerston, bat been spending a few dayt at his home here. Mrs. Fred Gilson and daughter, Rhea, of St. Johnsbury were gnettt laat week of her aunt, Mrs. C. E. Park. Mist Bertha Manchester ha gon to East Gloucester, Mass., where she bat work through the month of August. Misa Ctssa Marsh has returned to Dr. White's after two weekt' vacation. Edna Marsh, who hat taken her place there, re turned to her home in Brookline Thursday. Floyd Fairbankt. Charlei Freyenhagen, Amot Stratton, Florence Merrifield, Louise , Death of Daniel B. Wetton. Daniel B. W esson, head of the famous pistol manufacturing firm of Smith i Wes son, and one of the wealthiest men in New England. . died suddenly of heart disease Saturday afternoon in hia mansion on Ma nle ttreet in Springfield, Mass. Mr. Wes son had been in poor health for several years. Four years ago he wat ttricken with nenritis and since then had been confined to hit h.Tiie most of the time. About a year ago he wat the recipient of several "black-band" letters, in which the writer threatened to destroy hit 12,000,000 mansion and all its inmate with dynamite if a certain suns of money were not forthcom ing. The nervont dread and excitement caused by this served to further undermine hia health. After the death of hit wife it wat teen that he waa declining rapidly. Five dayt before hit death he had a linking spell but rallied and waa able to go about the house with the assistance of hit nurse. Mr. Wesson's wealth is estimated at $25,000,000, and may go beyond this fig ure. The greater part of this wat acquired in hit pistol manufacturing businett. After he had perfected the weapon, which wat the fore-runner of the modern revolving cylin der pistol, he took tnto partnership with him Horace Smith, and the firm of Smith & Wei- son became known all over the world through the revolver it put out. Mr. Wes- son nought out Mr. Smith's interest ia 1876, and since then he had conducted the businest with his tons. Walter and Joseph, both of whom he eventually uk into partnership. Appendicitis to Be Investigated. Grave doubt hiving been frequently ex pressed by high medical authoritiet in Ger many aa to the efficiency of the accepted treatment of appendicitis, a special meeting of the Berlin Medical association was held a few nights ago to discuss the subject. The chairman was the well known snrgeon, Prof. Von Bergmann. All tha tpeakert agreed that the clinical diagnoait of thit ditease seldom permitted of an accurate anatomical judgment of the case. Professor Orth Hat ed that he had seen serious cases cured without recourBe to operation, but Professor Kraus taid that conservative treatment of the disease among children causes the death of 40 to 50 per cent and among adults death comet more frequently where it it sought to avoid an operation. The meeting agreed that appendicitia had as sumed auch grave dimensions that it would be desirable if official statistics could be compiled on the tnbject, in order that medi cal men might have torn definite data to go on regarding origin, nature and proper treatment. mont per wrrk waa 169.33. The average cost per pupil was $237.51. The grunt expenditures of the tehooli of Vermont were fl.80H.82t. 30. and the to ts! receipts were $l.2:i3.t"76.92. Th grand list of the schools it 11.867,457.7". and the receipts from taxes were (950,055. 4fi. The income from the permanent fund of fjlo.ouo was nol available, but will be next year. Among the chief items of ex pens -at that of teachera, the total of 74i. 675.63 being paid for them, while oth er expenaes amounted to 1 1,196,282.07. State School Expenses. State Superintendent of Education Mason S. Stone of Montpelier hat just completed the data for hit biennial report to the state legislature, and tome interesting fignret re now at hand. Superintendent" Stone flndt that the average cost of the school! of Ter- Raymond Webb, Id, was drowned in Ihe Paieumpic river at East Barnet Aog. while in bathing. He wat a good swimmer but evidently got frightened in the swift current of the river and after nearly reach ing shore turned back and swam into the current and wat drowned. Philip Kennedy of Lyndon Center, 17, wat -drowned Sun day while bathing in the Pasrumptic river near St. Johnsbnry and hit brother. IrTing Kennedy, 19, wat rescued at he came up th third time. C. H. Williamson, chairman of the ex ecu tive committee of the International Apple Growers association, hat issued the follow ing statement: "The prospects of the com ing crop of applet in the Cnyed States, Canada and ova hrotia, taken as a whole, as compared with last year, it double the quantity, and in quality far excerda any crop of recent years. We re barreling relatively, therefore, more No. 1 applet in proportion to the crop than in any previous year in our generation. The International Paper company h granted an eight-hour day to its employes and the new arrangement will he put into ftteet in on of the New lork mills on Bern, 1. Then it will take effect in another mill the first of October and to on, until all the mills- are working under the new sched ule. It ia said to be impracticable to in augurate the system in all th millt at the same time, as the number of employe! will oe increased almost a third, three men be ing required to do the work now performed oy two in Z4 nourt. t'pward of 20 peraona died in New York Monday at a result of the heat. There were tcoret of prostrations and the aufiTer- ing among the poor wat intense. Toward night conditions were somewhat fcetter. hut inouaanas ol persons had fled from tha eitv. urivru away oy in excessive tumidity and a iraiperature wmcn tne government ther mometer snowed to he the record for 190 The weather bureau mercurv shot nn tn oa for it highest point Monday afternoon, but it waa much hotter on atreet levelt, tome luermometers snowing 102. The A'ermont Anti-Saloon leairue ia nlan ng to carry out a temperance educational campaign in the public schools this fall. supennienaent Ferguson w 1 arrn in give addresses on temperance and good citi zenship where desired, visiting the schools nsually on Mondav mnminr fniin.in - Sunday talk at the local church. The ad dretset will be along the line of pertonal Sunday tlak at the local church. The ad tagomst of sobriety. Th tcheme was tried with considerable success in the school of Brandon and elsewhere laat year. Mr. Ferm. son giving several addresset. The 1906 rifle toumnmmt , v..: , Board for the Promotion of Rifl t-,.,;.. and of the National and the New Jertey Kifie associations from An 9f a. and probably Sept. 8 at Seagirt is, in lite and in interest, to surpass the record-breaker shoot of 1905. when 82 atatei, and the Lnited States infantry, eavalrv, navy ma rine corps and West Paint-j-n?' . i . lined up in battle array for honors in the contest for congrcss't national trophv, which the crack New York team had rn;., i 1904, and which it captured again by the unheard-of score of 45P8, with the infant at oS "d Masaschusett. aeven.h ? i ?J ,0h, thlrd- ,he Mrie Corps fourth the Navy fifth, .nd New Jersey tixrt! Forty-two state and regular service teams Sohnr .y ern,'Td ,n1 Xor,h c"" to b. hi irth ,nd W'i!r atill to be heard from. New England will be represented by the picked .hot. from Mas' Z "aine' Ve. Rhode Island Uvin?nnnred0,-XCT' HamP8hir8 Strike in Bussia Called 01 The Bussian revolutionary nwrh der the guise of general stri eome to naught and the workiucMl council has decided to call it ol a applies ou!v to St. Petersburg, ten capital 'g example is likely to be a lowed bv the other section f country. Nowhere did the eSstt the radical leaders to precipitate tr ble meet with a response suStiffi warrant further effort to for? - fight against the government it 'd time, ior the moment the cover control of the situation is rir&' absolute. For this eondition of it' the country has to thank or blsf.f corJine to the point of vif. o Dounia. whose blunders led to is c pression and indirectly were Kj Me for the . mutineers at Stj Cronstadt and on the warships ; the loval forces suppressed. So '4 failure of the general strike attl the strength, of the govern men: s f tion. Business Chance for Powati. A representative of a Phil.vle!p-;i. leather company was in Pownai with Solomon Wright, owner of '' of the Wright health underwc.ir fs: which was destroyed by fire some trie with a view of buying the prupfr'y & 1 company. He appeared pleased ' location and advantages. The proper t remained untouched since the tvt. a that the iron hat been removed tr debris and disposed of. Powrnl r1 11 no manufacturing industry and wools come th coming of such a concern. Will Locate In St. Albans. The Van Camp Packing company ! J dianapolis, lnd., has decided to . condensed milk factory an St. Alhtas. J- Dittemore. vice-nresident of the coat- C. D. Chewning, general superintend th condensed milt ripnartment. and H Carlisle, a representative of the 8m. h'. approved the contracts for a mm from the farmer and linilrbt tiiat P-' the Griee estate on South Main street 4 lies west of the atreet, the tract lyisf -posite the 8onth Main street cemetery, sisting of three acres and exter.dinr the ttreet to the Central Vermont r'T' tracks. STATE OP VERMONT, Marl horo. ss. , The Probate Court for Mid !? Trt fttl TMranntt i ntavactnit in the CSt' Edward W. Fox. late of Brattleboro. i " district, deceased, GREETING: Whereas, Geo. E. Fox, executor mf " Rtn1 nt VA,mA Tt lot f Kn"' in said district, deceased, has fi'rd W !. tion in this Court, setting forth tsat Of ' of the whole of the Real Estate of taut ' ceased will be beneficial to the lie:rf s(f persons interested therein, and oraVIM.;, license to sell the tame, and at the san' -filed in thit Court what purports to consent in writing of all the heirs r"' , in this State lo auch sale. Where in"" nrri.-ro,! th. thm -a,a Ka Ti,.rtl .it l&? sion of taid Court, to be held t the T? 1.Ma' '? U not ne:"ry to gerve a Ave days' notice .. , - . . t,iuii oi a coia. Use the origin lav.tir. 1. v. . - -.jr - - .. '., ,1,0 last uaic t-'mce in. nnttr en tr t. ,mi ' . nrday of Angust, A. D. 1906. when ??dV you may be heard in the preniisi s. " ?" cause. . . , 34c A. F. SCHW FK, WE WANT YOU to see our sarapiR' engraved and embossed station.. wedding cabinets, risitinff cards, -everything in this line. VTe ha! finest line of samples that can M and our prices are as low as an"' 1 TT .1 l..i.l !, mial!'.r " c ausuiuiciv guaiaui" T . be satisfactory to the mot You will be surprised to find out little monogram stationery "" " VERMONT PKLNTIXG CO., Annex, Brattleboro. Z HIDES. Highest cash price paid for ho " calf skins and sheep pelts it the PUBLIC MAEKX. ALL ABOUT HOLSTEINS 8rn postal card for 4-pa illDitrale P"" describing this trest hreert of eanle- .Mih-ff ft F. L. HOUGHTON, Sec y. 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