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WINDHAM COUNTY REFORMER, BRATTLEROJW, VT., FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 11)00.
Ask your grocer for CROSBY'S SCRATCH FEED jjmade out of re-cleaned grata fitbeut charcoal or sunflower se'eds gnd is the most scientific fixture on the market today, -is it 'so the correct month to bay Old Wheat Flours, thereby INSURING THE FINEST BREAD CROSBY & CO. 'jjeHowe Call. 135; Office Call, 104. Xachooka Ready Roofing One Ply 51.90 Square Ft. WOOD, 8 Main St. USc Derby Paint RUIT IN SEASON HAnt TP a fcavA flpnrcia Peach- JUM UU" 1 - s, Pineapples, Cantaloupes, Califor niums (red and blue), Oranges, Ijjanas and Lemons. largest Stock Lolvest Trices 3est Quality fresh Every Day Philip Thomas MAIN STRLLT door to the new Adimi-Croiby block. (tlmdlinmOtintl) iif!nrmnr!,fTl,e ovt'rail ""'i u clot,J uu,il ANNOUNCEMENTS. HttmniAVa r VI.p . ,,., ... ' ? l,r"l'rd tn do haianuuli.. f.-i.i he i ,7.1 V.- ' store. K . . ., ai a;" LOCAL NOTES AND GOSSIP. J. O. ril..r I,.. :.. . , - ... ... ..., i.rtiviMI I) Mauley totirinir n tliiu ..,!. iii now b mm weeK. .IuIiii U Barney hns bought t n Boorn house j Went Hmt r). 1 he trade was iiih.Ig through tm agency, h the C. tlebo. Hor- The Ladies' Enterprise will meet with Mrs. A. J. Wil Chestnut street next Weduesd noon lit 4 o'clock. The A. A. Stinni Chirk street was sold bv auctii terday tu Mrs. Herman" M. Co,, price being $2,lso, TT1'- Wesson, who li,.,l i Spi Hold, Mass., Saturday, was one of largest holders of the Chestnut lioservoir company bonds. fy .... lay a property hi 'ook. iety i on it'ter- on yes- the ring the Hill 'an- ke this nui Congressman Hnskins has rcce i letter from (Speaker Joseph 0. ion saying he will be unable to n my campaign sneer lies in Vermont VPiir Yesterday was the day on which the casea MLmitiut ,Iia ll .... - r, - ... ivi nuiuints were to nnve eome up but they w 5 in consul ... ...1.(7 1UI1IC llj contiiiued until Sept. tion of good behavior on the part The names of Patrick Cudmore iockiiigham and George Lnckey Irottleboro will appear as Candida Of HOniltlirH fin tllA nfliinal .nil,,, n ere ra- of Hrnttl for n el nin n!ii.ii its CHim or senators on the oflicial ballot. loniiiintions were filed with the eon iiniiitiii iiuin erii ill,,, w erk about 10 davs aco T. . T -.f-ii . it. a. i. .Miner and son, -Wells, eame from Iiostdu Friday in their new I Model K Winton touring car. Wells I Miller went to Boston from New York city where he recently concluded a Nerve Invigorator. Sont cycle ana wessemoen dpnngs nL m Hid sk for them at your dealers. Prepared by , I Eddy & Co. The Popular Temperance Drinks. ER GOODS. Pile: thii hand ir. tiiiiMitd srest v- f HI Wlcles. All that are usually found 1 n itore wo havs and at prices as 'Uthev nan ho hnnirht anvwherO.. HOt- " tugs are one of our specialties. W 'tie 'kind that do not leak and which " give satisfaction. When wanting !, remember if It belongs la clrng P e have it. t F. THOMAS, Ph.G., I Apothecary. OPTICIAN) BRArTLCBORO,V7y Klished And Still 1885, at it. MILLINERY very cheap and a good stock to from. A larse invoice of Back Combs just in. P. G. H. SMITH BUSINESS . PUECE STUDENT. kave for sale a ten weeks ' schol- 1 ID AlKunn T..n:.AM tO nil ATT A We eiiv wnere lie recently concmueu yachting trip with Dr. B. 11. Wells. J. II. Dunbar of Hnrtland, social ist candidate for congress from this district, will speak in G. A. B. hall Thursday evening. His subject will be The Laborer's Just Share of the Prod uct of His Labor and How to Get It. A large shipment of live stock was made from this station Monday morn ing consigned to J. S. Henry of Water town, Mass. The heaviest shippers were E. H. Akeley of Vernon and H. O. Clark of this town. The shipment consisted of 29 cows, 00 calves, one bull, one sheep, four lambs and one pig. The Vermont Squab company now has 412 pairs of homing pigeons at its loft in Williamsville. The birds ar rived last week from the lofts of the Plymouth Rock Squab .company in Mel rose, M9S., coming in two installments. They were shipped in large wicker crates and attracted much attention at the local station. Work on the squab company's second loft has begun this week. Crosby & Parker,. have, had a force of men at work the past week extend ing the Green street water main of the Chestnt Hill Reservoir" company to the junction of High and Green streets. The four inch pipe on High street will he replaced uy a si mni pipe ' the present work is completed, and if v.,. Bnn.ivn.l o lO.inh.niuin will ipi? CMII r.ei.lll.1 n v hu lnwl in nlnee of the present six-inch main on Flat street. William Fanning was badly bruised in an accident that took place s,.nr,lav on Elm street hill. He was driving from Canal street to the iron bridge across Whetstone brook when the wheels of his carriage collapsed, throwing him to the ground. The horse began to run but Mr. Fanning . . i nr.,1 was ilrnaired .until em to me i ,is head struck the iron work of the bridge. The blow rendered him un conscious for a few moments. Act No. 14 of the laws of 1902 pro vides that a person aggrieved by the appraisal of the listers may, days after tlie uaie me " " bv law to be filed, appeal to the board of civil authority. Aug. 28 is the date when the appraisal is required to be returned to the town cierK s ou.cr, and according to tue i ..r.-" bv local attorneys no appeals can be made before that date. It is under- ... . 1. nt Yii-nnpfTV-nWll- stood that a numuci u. -ers will file appeals from the appraisal 01 viie iioivio. ....... j T:,,.i,liirff. Mass.. are Tne ponce ui --- . . r, ..,:.. for the owner inauirmg in . Z horse and buggy which was recent ly left in that city by two Jews, lhey 1 first tried to sell the team and the. to borrow monev on it, and the authori ses are Inclined to think a better team was stolen and traded for the one Zhleh they now have. The horse is a n'lfati.t 12 years old. The buggy is a piano-box runabout with black body and red running gear. The drilling machine which has rrrcS araftoredn the river the upper end oi . the drin terday the crew w - m about 25 teei "'".-" .nnk to a rX 8tiUgoing lown- . season to Th last excursou m , on Saturday, Aug" ; Vermont dude not only M. stations between BrattleM Boston chertown, w as--, ""vtween Brattleboro ftr. Afaine stations between na Windsor. The tan. above fellows "l, for children. Fr0m Bellows lau. rattle and 90 cents From sta boro to neicnerio"". v. - 75 Hill, $1.50 to f'0ecVch W en. The cents to either place for ch.ld tickets are to be gooa Beiiows ine Windsor at 4-"s.,R Northfield Falls 40, tottleboro 5 38 Nort fi:02: arriving at BIock , leaving there . at , jegalM t0 return until Augus cents Fif tV-LML'llt tonic UiU'HtltHlifl lit tllA txcursion to Luke Suuuiiee Huudiiy. I nn t ... . . ... ine ladles JJ. c. club Will meet next Friday with Mrs, George Benson. Two casts of whooping cough liuve been reported to HeuItU Oilier Tucker this week. Neither emu is serious. Kevcrtil from lirnttleboro went to IIIlliiiliil.. v II t. i,... .......i.,,. ... hear the campaign speech of Col. Wins ton ChiircJiill. Mrs. J I. K. Whitaker of Salem, Mass.. will lecture in various towns uml cities this full ami winter ou the health of the high school girl. Mrs. Whii'tikcr has studied this aiiuicct care fully and upon it lias contributed sev- erul articles to imigiuiiu's. I.iftl., !......, ..... ,b.... t. I, u ,i.i-i.-. nil iiin(.'u I u i uu Lalor tlny celebration question, which came up at the regular meeting of the Vermont Wheel club Tuesday evening, and it was voted to lay the matter on tne tame, it is proiiabie mat no regu lar celebrutiou will be held by the club this year. Miss Ellen O'Brien, a domestic em- liloVeil hi thf. fiimilv- ii? J II Kti.uriiH at i'iue Grove Springs, died of pneumo nia ami complications Wednesday. Shu was the daughter of Thomas uud Margaret O'Hricu of Brooklyn aud was 37 years of age. The body was brought to Bond's undertaking rooms Wednes day utteruoou and shipped to Jersey City for burial. ' Several local anglers Lave been whipping West river during the past few days for black bass. C. A. Me line and C. K. Griiffam returned lust Friday with a string of six good sized HhIi. Tim tu-il lnrira.at U'l'i irlioil twil uml thrf iiouiiiIh reHtiectivelv. Then of coin-so. there wa4 the large one that got away, r.uwiird i ero amo returueu with a two-pounder. The fish are bit ing in good shape and some good strings are being taken every day. Tn'n nlil iifl'iiiiili.ra fnnnil them selves in the toils of the law Monday morning on tue iiine-iionored eiiarge oi intoxication. They were John Fre dette of this towu and William Kilcy of Mnrllmro. F!ch wjim fined jdlJi and costs. The fines and costs of both were paid by friends and the men allowed to depart. This was the third offence of each man on the same charge, but at different times. Fredette was arrested at Oilman's stable Saturday evening ami Riley at the City lunch room. Eight candidates were instructed in the first and second degrees at a regular meeting of Protective grange u eiineHiiiiv. evenini. i up nrst ucL'ree ivm4 conferred bv thf oHicers. antl the second by a special degree team with 11. W. Spnulding, master., Tlie grange accepted the invitation of Fall Moun tain aud Pleasant Valley granges to attend a picnic at Barber's park Aug. li. it is expected mat zi granges win be represented. The third and fourth degrees will be conferred Aug. 22. Tn Iter criinlcn on Wnlnut street Mrs. M. E. Kirkland has an exceeding ly rare species of flower. The seeds came to her from Rudynrd Kipling, who secured them from the garden of Sir Edward Burne-Jones, the English artist. The seeds which first came into the possession of Burne-Jones were fnnnil in mi Kirviitiiin niununv-ense and were probably buried with the mummy thousands of years ago. The flower closely resembles the sweet pea and is about two-thirds as large. It is bright blue with a rose center. Mr and Mrs Austin Ward and Atra Culista O. Hunt's will CO to the national encampment of the G. A. R. at Minneapolis. Arrangements are oeing ma. in hv Dpiinrtiuent Commander John A. Sheldon and Adjutant Henry W. Spnfford to have a special train of Pull man cars to convey the delegation fmm Vermont to the encampment. Al ready a sufficient number of Vermont- ers to fill six Pullman sleepers nave engaged passage and work has been commenced to fill another car. Ihe newest feature of the trip is an invi tation to the Green Mountain state vet erans to bo entertained Monday, Au gust 13, bv the Vermonters' club of Chicago. At the Y. M. C. A. open air meeting on the Common next Sunday Rev. Dr. ! O. Day will be the speaker and .if ";.r;.,or..il f C. Fitts will preside. These meetings are being largely at tended and are very interesting to m . Last Sunday's meeting was attend .i i K.,f Onii Ttpv. Guv C. Lam- son of Hyde Park, Mass., was the speaker and gave a very miereauug ..li. ti,a npcessitv of choosing whether one will serve God or mam mon, and letting his choice be puDiiciy known. The Methodist cnurcn enoir sang several selections, Miss Gertrude Matthews, soprano soloist, rendering Will There Be Any otnr iu uij ...vr and several other selections. 4. well-known Main street clothier is looking glum every time anyone mentions straw hat cleaner. The cloth :. ia nr rnther was. the possessor of a fairlv good specimen of a straw hat. , S. A... .. r.t timA the hat be- can to assume a more or less faded ap- & mv I. t.. tinl thA elot.h- pearance. ine ' - - ne business saw with dismay that the ., .1 .n,;n fmled and decided to uai k'""'"6 . . i' spring a pleasant surprise , on her hego lord and master, coo j..,.. -advertised preparation warranted to , ,i. f.i lilrn new and SO on. maae iue um . . The cure was applied, and lo and be hold the hat began to . a ahaAa thnt, has the least it asaunicu o. - , complexion of the original yellow kid . , .1. ,hi.nr. Now the victim is thinking of suing the manufacturer for damages. , Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock saw the departure of Company I for l r. ' it Mr firetna. Pa. A Camp nooaevcti,, - . - --- 9peciPal train of eight coaches and four ZfXZg Compan"y L of Newport Company D of St. Johnsbury Company of Urafltorn aim vumuj - lows Falls. The train .wen! i f rom t here to Albany by way oi uk was scheduled to arrive at Albany at 7 o'clock in tne evening. ' . c 1 ,.orrBd to boat for Jer sey City arriving there at some time sey yuj Thot. they went Sunday aiteruouu. --- , by rail to Mt. Gretna, a small village uy iou .... Qn ;i nontheast OI s tuatea aooui, -- - , Harrisburg, and arHved there early Monday morning. xveguJU. " athed there for a month e in- : ..i,r Thft soldiers stmction ano --"- - , Bnd come from au pans como ' ,t, nmno and companies are cm.v P S. Company I was accompanied by fhe First Regiment band, whose mem tne . v-hitt nniforms. 1 PJf'iri v marched from the town hal to the station where a tne towu itnoQn their large crowa gamercu " The womeu of the Baptist society will hold their regular fortnightly food sale in the Y. M. C, A. rooms tomorrow afternoon t 2.30 o'clock. Aduini Crosby have ordered two Mil horsepower boilers from the Dillon Boiler company of Fltchburg, Muss., for use In heating their new blocks. The selectmen have not yet beard from the Moruingsiae Cemetery asso ciation in regard to permission to put a road through from (South Main street to Vernou street. Bradstreet's weekly report on Vermont trade says: Brattleboro whole sale firms repert sales for July this year have been very large for season and rolled ions good. M. J, Moran has been appointed a member of the stale committee to urouse enthuxinsm in the reception of be tendered William J. Bryan in Mad ison Square garden, New York, Aug. 30 on his return to this country. Tho Carolina company will arrive in Brattleboro A"g. 1!' and at once go into active rehearsals at the auditorium iiinrnimr II f tcrnooll tllld CVeililllT for that entire week. On Saturday uight It gives its nrst perioriiiaiici- ou unv Uriitili.linro. bv the wnv. will be the very place in Vermont to see this new drama as ine company moves directly south into New York city for a run. Wi.rh nn A.lnms & Crosby 'a new blocks has gone on with rapidity this week. The brick-work on the fourth floor of the rear building is now bein li.;. I X number of lame iron uirdei for use in the frame-work have been hoisted from freight cars and put tn place, one of the girders weighing three tons. Nearly 50 men are em ployed on the job, and the force will be increased as soon as the frame-work reaches a stage where more brick-lny- rs can lie worked to advantage. TV.l Tf. Hnrris. son of C. A. Har ris him been . niiikiiiff an excellent showing in the state tennis tournament in St. Johnsbury this week, in tne Arut rriiinil he defeated Joseph Moore of St. Johnsbury ti (1, 63, in the sec ond round be defeated A. A. Bicker of St. Johnsbury 2 , 6 i, 01 and in the third round he defeated Walter B. Fitch of St. Johnsbury 63. 75. Harris lost in the semi-finals yesterday to A. L. Sweetser of Boston fl 1, 6 2. In doubles Harris and Tomlinson, who plnved in the local tournament two vcars ago, lost to Sprague and Fair banks of St. Johnsbury 73, 60. The local bulge of Odd Fellows held its 60th anniversary Friday even ing. The gathering was largely attend ed, there being nbout 123 members and friends present. Addresses were heard from Grand Muster John Retting, Past Grand Master H. M. Currier of Spring field. Mass., and Past Noble Grand C. G. Endlich. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. May nard and Miss . Gertrude Matthews rendered several songs which were greatly enjoyed by the audience. Af ter the speaking and entertainment a social of about an hour's length fol lowed during which ice-cream and cake were served. An informal dance was held after the social. Little of interest has developed this week on the town representative question for the reason that E. W, Gib son, who annonced his candidacy last week, has been at Mt. Gretna with the Vermont National guard. Mr. Gibson, it is understood, does not care to go into a caucus but intends to file nomi nation papers. If this is so it is likely timt nn reniiblicnn caucus will be held. The democrats and independent repub licans have practically deemed to run a ni ii n mminst Mr. Gibson and will probably hold caucuses next week for the purpose of making nominations. The time for filing nominations for town representative expires next week. Ther ia no country on earth that affords the same field for romantic and powerful plays as do the mountains of Carolina. Little wonder then thnt many plays have been written nbout iiiia stnrilv an ,1 distinctly orisrinnl peo ple, and while the stage has received many contributions trom tnis iertue flnbl' thero has been nothing so far for intensity of purpose, realism in action. more throbbing m niiman inierem umu Carolina, the new American play, which will have its first stage presenta tion at the auditorium Saturday, Aug. 25. New York managers who have read the manuscript all pronounce it a play that will be a big winner. The com pany is daily rehearsing at tne empire n.ritvn xT.nr Vnrk. under the direction of Edward E. Rose, the fnmous Froh- man play producer. Charles F. Merrill, the well-known machinist, for some time connected with the Daniels Machine company, .,,i tr ti, r.ouf few vpnrs in business here, died at his home in West Wood stock Wednesday after an illness or a ,i.ii. at thn nap at 57. He leaves a widow, two children, Mrs. A. E. Ho- bart of Brattleboro, and wisie merrui, a teacher in Bellows Falls, and two sis- tnra Mm W. C. Raymond and Mrs. Marcellus Hudson of Bridgewater. He was well known in Masonry and uuu Fellowship; was for two yeoj-s master of Woodstock lodge, No. 31, F. and A. M., a member of Ottaqnecnee enapier, a Knight Templar and Shriner. The funeral was held at 3 o'clock Friday, Rev. M. T. Morrill omcinting. tne oiir ial being under the auspices of the lo cal lodge of Odd Fellows. Woodstock Standard, Aug. 4. 'Rrattlerinrn chanter. D. A. R.. will have a basket picnic at West Brattle- t . e boro next Tuesday aiternonn . imm until 6 oclock at the home of Mrs. W. H. Bigelow. Mrs. Bigelow and Mrs. Hubbard will act as hostesses. Topic, Reminiscences of Old Deerfield. Any to other chapters are invited to attend. Members are requested to bring copies of the iNa- t onal Hvmn written by Airs. noiorooK. The July meeting was held at the linmo nt Mm Joel FlBBS. liulltord. with Mra. TWc Mrs. Georee P. Mill er ad Miss Mary E. Smith as host esses. The house and grounds were tastefully decorated with flags and flowers and although there had been showers the company, consisting of 35 members and a number .of invited euests. were able to sit out upon the pleasant lawn. An interesting feature of the program was tne reading oy Mia Rement of a poem, written by Miss Thodora'Peck at the age of 16, entitled The Dream or tne r lag, wnicn was read at a banquet of the S. A. B. Feb. 22. Piano music was furnished by Miss Ellen Sherman. After adjourn ment the hostesses were .assisted by Rnilfnrn1 women 1n serving a bountiful supper, and the afternoon was pronounced to De as enjoyauie the former meetings at the same place. The remains of Mr. J. 0. I'llery I are due to arrive in New York Aug. ( 16 on the Transylvania which sailed from Hamburg Suturduy. Funeral ser vices will bo held at her late home on l.luden street Suturduy, Aug. 1. The Uluck tourists' party of David son, N. C, stopped at the Brooks. House yestrnlny. Tho party consists of some 16 young wo n of that stute. They have taken in Philadelphia, Niagara Fulls, the St. Lawrence river, Thousand Islands and Montreal. After a few days at Nurtlifleld they will eoutinue their homeward journey. A bund of gypsies was around the town with the ' usual attendance of ..ii.lv niiinent sud reuuests to tell for tunes' yesterday. Three of the women were seen on the street during tne rorenoou ami oy ie ,imi v. ,i.,i.h. they did not do s very heavy business. J People are becoming acquainted wmi , the fact that these people are irequeni- ly imposters and consequently arc wary of patronage, BOYS AT MT. OEETNA WELL. Would Be Perfectly Satisfied If Begu lar Army Batlonj Were More Varied. Camp Roosevelt, Mt. Gretna, Pa.. Aug. 8, lOOfl. After many tedious delay at junc tions and a wait nil night at Albany, N. Y., on account of fog ou the Hudson river the Vermont regiment arrived in eamn at 7 o'clock Monday morning, tired and hot but otherwise in good condition. The band was the first command to get canvas up. The band has a position at the right of the regi ment and adjoining Company I, this ar rangement making it pleasant for all the Hrattleboro boys. The officer of the day remarked yesterday that the band would receive nn unusually high mark in sanitary inspection. It is conceded bv nil regular army officers to be the best band at Mt. "Gretna since the camp wns opened in July. Its concert lust evening was heard with interest and enthusiasm by musicians from sev en regular army bands. All the Brattleboro boys are feeding well now that they are rested from the hard trip down and if regular army rations were n little more plentiful and varied they would be perfectly satis fied. The duties of the band so far have been lighter than ever before. "Shortv" Hall as cook, and his assis tants. Ed Gonver and "Gobble" Can- edy, arc doing wonders with the ma terial they have at command, bewail Morse and Hal March have become ex perts with the buck saw and Sergeant O'Donnghue proves to be a skilled rake artist. "Allie" Dugan made a hit at the concert on the boat with his song. Good Bve Mr. Greenback. Col. .1. O. Estey and staff were called before General Grant soon after the arrival of the regiment and in structed about the work to be done. The Vermonters are in the third brie-ado in command of Col. L. C. Allen of the 12th infantry. During the ma noeuvres yesterday. Ernest Cross or Company it, Montpclier, was overcome by the oppressive bent and hnd to be b'roncht back to camp in nn ambulance. Several others were affected by the hot weather but are able to be on duty today. NO BATHING IN SUNSET LAKE. Notices to That Effect Have Been Posted by Board of Health Today. ,.u ot Si,..w,.t like will have to viMiiimii, ....... - forfeit the pleasure of bathing there from now on. Notices forbidding bath ing or any other action which is likely ...ii.,fn" ti.e n-ntor have been nested about the hike today at the instance of . ir n llltnn secretary of the state board of health. This is because Sunset lake water is now peing useu in the village supply. The notices read as follows: Under authority of ewtion 2 of No 115. lawt of 1902, the following rules and ri'itu- . A n,..nl the noltution IUI1UUS 111 il.duo - , and to aecure the sanitary protection of the body of water known as Sunset lake. All peraona are hereby forbidden to bathe in the watera oi Biinsei ihko or n, ........... nuisance that aliall tend to pollute aaid wa ter.. . Further, all peraona are tormauen iroiu throwing any garbage or other subatance into the watcra of the lake or to deposit upon its ihnrea or upon land contiguous thereto, any animal, vegetable or other .ubstance which may be washed or find its way into aaid waters wnien snao in nny w, inte tliene waiers. Per order of the State Board of Health, Henry V. Holton, Secretary. JACKSONVILLE. M. .W. Stickney was In town Wednesday, i v linnald of Shelburne Falla waa in town the first of the week. Arthur P. Starr of Chicago visited at H. G. Porter'e Tuesday and Wednesday. . , t-mm her went to the A lnr.rB iiumut. -- Are of Frank Stone', mill Saturday morn ing. Many are interested in the proposition to get F. B. Stone to build a mill on the com pany's old site. Sehuvler Murdoek, orman laimor anu .r nnherts were in Brattleboro Saturday on the Green estate matter. On Aug. 16 there will be athletic eventa mil a ball game on Robert', flat. The ipeaking will take place in Canedy a hall inless a tent is provided. Henrv Allen of Shushan, N. Y, is visit ing his brother-in-law, K. 8. Allen, air. Al len, who is 83 years old, made the trip alone hia automobile, coming over mo " i iiion nvnr the. hill here. to ninuiiigiuu " - - He says he never saw the roads so bad from Bennington to Wilmington. The Old Home week committee win meet Saturday in grange' hall. Tne eecreiary a., already received over 50 letters from former residents stating their intention to be pres u. ,aolr All citizens should see eni vm numo .... .... that each visitor has places for stopping during their stay in lown. ociijm. ,. , , ii,; tnn hut now of UroWU, iormeriy ui .... ."- --- the studio of C. L. Howe, Brattleboro, will be here Old Home wees to u f' family groups. Resolutions adopted on the death of Mra Jacob d. UUery by .the nited States liaugniers oi "" ermont. i.Hm of i wnereas, uiruuitii . I God there haa been removed from our loving I . l.l k.,n.,pl MfiKOCIAte. MrS. I companioiiBiiip ou. -, JaroD u. uuery, aim ...utic Whereas, she, possessed of ne percepnons anu i. ... endeared herself to us all by her choice per sonal cliarm, and .,,. .... - , ih. ntiqi.Ar memhers wnereas. as "no "'",. c.: . a and vice-president of the ermont State So ciety United States Daughter, of 1812 she had by untiring enoris aim unaem... tion done much for. the promotion and wel fare OI HUB pan. nn.. ..... - - lent her aid to further the study of that epoch of our history to commcm.,. this organiiation was founded, therefore De '' j. mi.. Vormnnl flncietr Unit- ed States Daughtera of 1812 do hereby el- press tneir proiouna sorrow .n.. . r" sonal loss in her death and extend ""J'I" j .vmn.thr tn the member, of her family, and further be it ,...!. Resolved: That a copy oi be spread npon the records of this ."cety and a eopv of them be forwarded to the fam ily of our' deceased and honored member. MRS. LEVI K. FULLER. MRS. GEORGE S. DOWLEY, MISS PELLA M. SHERMAN, Committee. Summer Furniture now going at bargain prices. We still have a good assortment of HAMMOCKS, LAWN SEATS, PIAZZA CHAIRS, PORCH SHADES and LAWN SWINGS. Summer is but half gone. Make yourself and friends comfortable during the coming dog days by spending a little money with us. Emerson & Son EVERYTHING FOR HOUSEKEEPING 2 and 4 Main Street Brattleboro, Vt. I Let Us Shoh? You what we can do for you in the way of letter heads, envelopes, bill heads and statements. Send for our booklet. Vermont Printing Co., 'Brattleboro THL GRLAT LET-GO SALE STILL CONTINUES AT FLNTON'S. ABOUT 20 Odd Suits going at 3.89 in our Let-Go Sale 600 Suits 1 going at 4.95 in our Let-Go Sale ;s suns going at 5.95 in our Let-Go Sale 8 Suits going at -I 6.48 in our -Let-Go Sale 10 00 Suits going at 7.77 in our Let-Go Sale 12 00 Suits going at 9.48 in our Let-Go Sale 15 00 Suits going at 11.48 in our Let-Go Sale 18 00 Suits going at 13.98 in our Let-Go Sale Sale includes blacks, blues and fancy mixtures. Hundreds of other bargains in men's and boys' cloth ing, furnishing goods, hats, trunks and bags, as we positively will not carry the goods to another season. Come in and figure what you can save with. 1L. J. Fenton & Co. Cilkayt Reliable. , trains, or 3i-32 departure COUNTY' EEFOEMEE. tra good nnm 1 I