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W.NDIIAM COUNTY KKFOKMER, l.UATTLKBOHO, VT., FKWAY, AUGUST JO, 1000.
Care living in tents RATION'S NOT UrriOIEHT pt S0THnELD VISITORS. . . ht General Conference !.! " u."- CU or.an U,, p.ouiuent Speakers in At tiOilir Northflald Ntwi. ..s aiiiin.il session of general ro. 11 ,),. iuii "rkn began Frl '' ,, rli one uf the largest crowds '" ,,, I ! an riiiK night. Since '"''ir '' '""'"a" ,r"m H '',r'nf iU until Ka.t N..rllifld ia ' ' ',,(, i-iH-.u. The buildings on . rv .r.'i'"l are mueri too tiiinlt lo iii.' crowds "''"' I'" , ,r, .ii.tily corner ( the Xorih ',".,,r r mum.. II l t .limited that h.!t.T.il. Kustie Kldge ! .r ''" ki',ll,,'r guests end NB many '"" r.i.l 'l collages. There are . ,i,.. Ili..l -.'t.rlhlleld. while i-. !'l i l"'y '"pint,' up tu the '', ',.,,!! i-imv mark. 'l'j i,,.kil for Kntfll.h speakers hare "i pr. i'- I'miiP1"'" -urgun of Lou ' j,r (!, A. llntton 1 Xewfa.tlc-ull- ,r' ,l,.iiii.ioiili.iss of Cambridge. ,lll M. .man delivered Ilia Brat ad ""a'' Ti'-'l''.v evening, the amlitoriuin ' lit '"" "' 3-"uu being ' nlled to '. v.ri! minutes before the hour i., ttit tust three main ad- Juring tl" ,1:l.v u" ,"t'n consld- ,., It-lit. lull MIS J'"' ,n" J"11"' ,!"', large number of evangelists the ' Us ''!! t" ' nr seven. ,,lfi th""' .ilrr.idy mentioned I'll' chief ,',' i fir haw been I'r. . vVes 'It. .ii!' "it I'rmier Theological semi Vr ('. A- J""''"'' f India. Ir. H. i i.w i H"1 president nf the Baptist i..i..iiiry society, Mia Martha ,'( K .me. tin.. Y. 0. Whyburn, sue . lo the hie .stt Hi'dley of the Jerry t Water atreet. New '''Vi iirv SchauBler Labare. former- , ai.,ionir t'i IVraia, lr. Albert I'hirnb . . Dr. tltlanu u. -iifAiee ui arova ma uthera. ii n ... fhe i.tirelr relieioua aide of juumi'" " tra(,r.tiie many edueati'inal enterprisea yh( taken up and prenntea nj- tnoae it:.r.ted. Wednenday evening H. B. ;i, iriniipal 'f the Hampton normal urloolturiil institute, told of th work i .. i rh.it itiktitution. K. K. Moton. jind-Bt of the aehmd corpa, and Charlea , an Onondaga Indian graduate, alio . ! f Humntnn nuartet Banff xilan- i B.l.idiei. Tuesilay erening before Dr. M-Ron'i beture aorni r.. Ailing, a ,... i.av u-hn worked hia wav ;!i both Mt. Hermon and Brown uni- ir. five an account of Kogera aeademy. i county. Ark., of which he ia princi ml president of the board of directora. i n.-al with the Xorthfleld meetings the . i. nf the nrincinal featurea. The Hpf Junn pipe orzan lately dedicated with Mrs. Lewii C naier at organiat. .ki. t.. i.v ttie veteran aina-er. Georire -ttbliins, with the assistance of Lewis -r frni!.h the greater part of th mil- . (.'rmal program for each day was irr.il on Monday by W. R. Moody as i Monday, Kvangelism, What It Is Whit It Is Xot; Tuesday, Ihe Holy :i in Evangelism; Wednesday, Prayer EviiiHUm: Thursday, The Evangelistic iff: Friday, How to Keach the Peo Sjtunlay, Methods of Evangelists. Just crianiied fllort will be planned before issraiUi'd evangeliats separate is not yet .led but everybody is looking toward -d band which will lay the foundation i national reaction against the material ( the times, or in other words, a na il revival. Old Home Day Athletics. -..! fur the nfhletle eventa on Old t Pay has been resurrected and is as H 50 yard dash Urst, Spencer; sec- Wbitromii: tniro, uiuson; tuu-yaru rt WveofP- eertnd. Whitcombl 'i. Spencer; standing broad jump first, ...,i.!o an n in - tecond. E. O'Keefe; r!, Ki'ed; running broad ump first, E, Hi It. 1 in.; secona, osepn iiu- tMrA R,. mnnlnr hicrh tlimn first. Uridf'e; second, Reed; third, Faulted; nult first, wycon; secona, neeu; Vk'..- )i.,t.itut Arst. Ouinlan. It. 8 in.; second, E. O'Keefe; third, j; ttiree-legged race nrsi vvii.sie Irving; second, Uibson and crawiora; nut rave first, VViltsie and Wicker; id, Hahm and Lang; potato race first, ff; second, Spencer; third, Hahns; racefirst, Gibson; second, Spencer; - contest first, Wicker; second, Carl .er: third, Hahns. Badges to the win- - ..,- J hi. .Via eAmmittPA for Old Home day celebration. The priie the best trap shooting was taken by n. naruer. now tule Battle Boa Iflir r- the inrictive Program of Fortnighty Club. e Fortnightly club has issued an at- 'i program for the work the coming ' which will begin Sept. 24 with an Mm social; Oct. 8, the History of Spain the general topic; Oct. mi'&, me a Rein of Snnnifih Literature: Nov. it Story of the Jesuits; Nov. 19, Brave Holland; Dec. 3, A Century of ton- na n, i:.: . l?.a. Tlee. . am. .uiiiiB(iiuia lu ini.--, - The Failure of the Reformation; Dec. ie Literary Lustre of tne rrencu f; Jan. 14, An Evening Social; Jan. TKa Tki 1 - .. T., . t.ph. Vom Wittenberg to Florence; Feb. 25, via, its Heroes ana legenas; 11, Bonnie Scotland; March 25, The mas Pnnni. uy.v VTTI Sir 'mi Moore, Thomas Cromwell, Cardinal . April H, The Rise of JSngmna s ae th. rmn- An.il -' HlHtoriCal of Kenilworth; May 8, Shakespeare, Comedy of Errors; May 20, a nmsicale; -i. me annmil business meeting, jueev- ill L1.l . n anil ' o- nem jrom to o u ci-v. . nt hour will be devoted to the review woks and current magazine articles. Btunion of District No, 9 Students. . former students in district Xo. 9 ' Picnic near the school building last Thursday. About 60 were' present -fflong the euesta from out of town i 1 Mrs. Belle Fisher Johnson of Orange, ; Joseph Rieh nf Athol. Mr. and Mrs. 1 of Boston, their daughter, Mary, and .randauchter. A haeket luncheon was H ld school son.es were sung, games Played anil a. uneial time was enjoyed . Fund. riH for the next 1 picnic and it was voted that the ihould bn the first Thursday in Au- 1907. Mi t.n(lio TTnltntl WAS chosen and Mrs. Hnskell Holton secre lw the next rear and a committee Wed of Mrs. Merrill T. Moore and aMs 8. Holton was chosen to arrange ary program for the next annual pic- i'. Combs of Becket is a guest of Mrs. " oiaie, 'T Rieh of Athol has been a guest Ald Holton. ''Jr Rieh of Athol was a guest at Ar 1 aolton's this week. 8- Schrlt lnH fnmitv have flrone tO ''- for a few weeks. Ober and family are at their sum noe on Ober's Lookout. ffs' Washer of Brattleboro 1 visiting lMt. Mrs. G. X. Kidder. is entertaining his cousin, Mrs. - Limrch, of Ohio. " fiske ha ret.,-nt in .Tnaenh Clark's ' "cation of several months. "''a Dale ,,i n: u . ..u.. nf this " visiting at John Dalton's. n- -na Merrill 8immons of Leominster ' recent truest. t fharle. Keet's. in- Anna Merrill i,m nl T.eominster 1 recent ii n rBlo Keet's. t"l Bwn,,ri of Greenfield has been a ' soest of his unc)ei Eugene Lavelle. ii'!1"-T Dllt,on is in Hartford, the " cousin, Mrs. L. A. Woodruff. ' Edward Sankey and daiinbter of j-H Sre r . .. n ivct.iv. ilrs. C. F. Mimtnnns of Xew York elt is W. II. Fii-l.l anJ -..ll. .. ... . l . , 7. " no tin TV btit Mlaa Julia Powera of Orwnfield la mnployiMl in the central oftlr'e of the hou esrhange. Miss fleorglana Strlnghaiu ut J reek. Sheh., I. a gue ut Uvl .outi l.n Alexander. ' Ml.s Mary Oallaghan and sister of ton are viaiiing at llirir mother's, Mrs irarnl l'.ll. I,... MUa Minnie Warden espeets to entertain Mrs. L. U. Kuat of Chicuiiee Falls, who is lu mm tomorrow. Mrs. Pred Turner nf Aib,l ...i lained by Mrs. Fosline nigelow during tl Old Home day . I..l.ril,. Charlea E. Alexander uf the Boaton Tran script i, , g,,,.,, al c, c Wlarn, Ju lf the son of Jo.inh Alexander. Mrs. Ha rah L. Ward, who ha. I.e., gueat at l H. Webster'.. r t uviim.I (a home in Orange last Monday. Mra. Kooiu Kave a party to the children in di.triet So. v tt Week Wednesday when all were pleasanlly enlertulned. jiiis Anna Uadger of Everett Is a guest at C. A. Ware's. His son. Burton, of Orange was at home over Sunday. Mrs. Owirge Mtevens has sold her farm known as the Oillett place to parties from (Juilfurd who have taken potseatiun. Miss Fike of Shrlburne has returned to her poaition aa housekeeper at Joseph Clark's after a vacation of several weeks. H. C. Parsons, now of Greenfield, snoke at the Guiding Star grange last Tuesday evening on parliamentary rules and cue- Mrs. Lena Delva and two children, alao Mrs. C. U. Smith, all from Oranire, have been the guesta uf Miss Minnie Warden this week. It is reported that Mrs. George Stevens haa sold her farm known as the Oillett farm to parties from Guilford who have taken possession. O. E. Alderman of the South Vernon house has been entertaining his sister, Mrs. John Eames of South Framingham, for the past two weeks. Miss l'ratt, a former teacher in the high school, is a guest of Mrs. Fred Caldwell. She now holds an excellent position in the Winthrop high school. Miss Lillian Martin, who has been a guest at W. I. Alexander's, returned this ....... ... ,l. i .1 ; i .... i- .. .i.. i.... . position in one of the hospitals. Mrs. Julia I'rocter and Mrs. Myrtle Proc ter auenaeu ine evearna reunion neiu laai Thuraday in Warwick. They report a pleas ant lim. a. i I li .W.t O r. nHunl Mrs. Mary Coughlin Davie and Mrs. Julia Casey Wristley have returned to Brat tleboro where they are employed, after spending a two weeks' vacation here. . C M fl. T T . . T, ' J . I . lira. -i. I. xiart wen. i.vuui-u.ay lu X'k.. V 1 1 I - 1. - nnaa l..al., tk. ... 1 T Vl of August. During her absence from town sne expects to visit in osion anu .iciuiiy. Miss Carrie Russell baa retnrned after a visit of several weeks in Hyde Pnrk. Part of the time was spent at Old Point Comfort and other places of interest in Virginia. Mrs. H. T. Hart expected to go to Xashua last v euuesunjf to uv H""- u.mi.s i.. .i of August. She expects to visit in Boston ana vicinity neiore ner return to oruineiu. m . . si m: t ... m .. ine aeiiiu oi -Mrs. .iih . nwri, ,v, - enrred in West Brattleboro on Monday. She was a nauve oi mis jim- ., "i " u.,...- being Phelps, and was a sister of Mrs. Aaa A. Holton. 1-U 1 n ..... nomltua nf nan,il in inVII hfl. ill- 1J- Il-U.U,. ... . caused a great demand for milk so the milk men, Southerlana ana Beers, nave ueeu obliged to depend on the farrocre for an extra supply. Mrs. Ina Bacon Mack of Brattleboro was another of our guests on Old Home day. aa . . . . . . . i , 1 1 . . . v-.U t An.. was also .tirs. jiaiiie .eoi-r .., . . 1 11.. Tana Ti,i-nei nf Athol. Who iiei (iiiu . ... waa entertained by Mrs. Fostine Bigelow. Lewis Fowler is entertaining hia brother and wife from the west. It has been about 20 yeara since they last met. iir.. ana ir. Fowler are lookinir at real estate as they may locate in this section. Mrs. Cynthia Lyman N'ewton, who was a guest at A. E. Lyman' i during Old Home celebration, haa returned to her home in Amherst. She is a daughter of Israel Ly man and a sister of the late Elliot Lymun. The fonndations are being laid on tne : aamnna fr1 - new SCienCO hall. tllO c ,w. Ur T.ee and Miss Killings. It ia expected that the building will be ready for use seme time uurmg i school year. . Paul D. Moodv is teaching the weekly Bible classes at Mt. Hermon during the ab sence of Professor McConaughy. Dr. Mc Dowell of Xewark. X. J., a graduate of isno ia teaching the seventh course in tne daily Bible series. But little is heard of the Nortnneiu, n ,.., .. m..o tt-nllev line and one lers rails anu v',...w - of the men most interested in the construc tion of the road la reponea to .. , ,...,. .:i ha.l develoDed and nt aosoiuiei ,.....- - - -that the prospects fur building that road are not flattering. r:. noi.o niekinson went last Friday to Ohio for two weeks' vacation. During to umo lor atten(i an anm- ner ausen-o - - - , . versary of the college of which she is a graduate. While she is away Mrs. Ella Hpkin o' Xorthampton will care for Mr. and Mrs. John Bobbins. Among the recent transfers of real estate noU e is made of property adjoining the land of S. S. Holton transferred from Ma rinda Stevens to Joseph Bassott of Bernards ton Also real estate on highway from Xorthfleld to South Vernon from Johanna A. A. Fisher to John A. "Finn. Rev. Dr. A. C. Dixon resigned last Sun day from the pastorate of the Bugles Street Baptist church in Boston to accept a" a exuded to him by the Moody church f f hicaco He s well known to Aortn field audfences, being among the prominent speakers at the conferences. The rum. mall carriers, Messrs. Wright and Callender, nave recced the p easing announcement T " Vb, .Unwed .o deoartment that tney are . Jesuit of a law recently passed. The house occupied by Mrs. J. T. Bani, ,er and daughter in Worcester was s.ruc. Miss Carrie B. Barber, purchaser of sup- ad one of the farm P'hteendecnilgee. Cently .r noTne. w broken, an" bo'.h aFrer' raring LmMeir bruise, and gen eral shaking up. T a recent issue of the Springfield Re pnlncan "appear, an ' S. Frye, which is of f ett Connecti. growers. He strongly el n tne aiert Ut Valley tobacco cheap. or ,hey will se 1 their the Mr. Frye "J" Lt, especially ,ion has just been added . to fm. ing the absence of Pre essor ily Dr. Pierson, "lyGek cia8Ses. Mrs. --lS3XC0on:; z&rzzz- inCanad;;J The 1906 Cass. ;JS.nwSbb:; nine. The '0, ' closes Aug. held Aug. J7'0.?,;?!! begin Aug. 80, so 23. The fall term w heem there is to be .very ann01Jced for ,he terms. Fidd g , nnIO NORTHHELD FABMS. Lawn Party at the Rom of Mr. and Mrt. Slat. With royal hospitality and generosity as nas neen ineir ruatom for many years, Mr. and Mra, II, M. Slate opened their beauti ful and spaaluus grounds tu the Ladles' tlenevolenl society fur a lawn party last week Wednesday evening. The supper table was spread ou the lawn beyond the ravine and al a o'clock every teat waa filled with a merry party. After supper the company was entertained with music by Mr. Hlale and later Ice cream and rake were served. The affair was great surce.a serially and financially. Mr. and Mrs. Hlowell, also Mr. (-'swell who own cottages on the grounds, added much to the enjoyment of the com pany by their courtesy and kind attention. Several of the fortunate people from town who attended the affair are enthusiastic in their praise. Mrs. Darling and Mrs. Foster went to llenniker, X, II., for a visit last week. Mrs. Ada Chamberlain and daughter. Marguerite, of Soiuerville are a.' I'. 0. Morgan's. Mra, Ward was railed to Wilmington last week by the sudden death of her grandmother. Clesson Merriman of Leominster, Sidney Slate of Athol and Kliphas tinge of Worces ter, old residents uf this place, have been calling upon their friends recently, Mrs. E. C. Field came up last week Tues day to attend the lawn parly, returning this week. While here she had as a guest Mrs. S. W. Field of Orange. Mr. Field was here over Sunday. Mr. and Mra. Martlneau were thrown from their carriage last Monday morning. Mr. Mariineau suffered s fracture of the ankle which will be likely to keep him in doors for several weeks and Mrs. Martlneau received an injury tu the knee but no bones were broken. WEST HALIfAX. WEST NOBTHFIELD. M. C. Weeks is spending several weeks In Westminster. Don Canning of Gill Is a guest of his aunt, Mrs. George Hilliard. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Aldrich of Athol are recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Aldrich. Stella Kilters of Chicopee Falla is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. William Aldrich. Alton Turner of Ansonia, Conn., is visit ng his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Turner. Mrs. William Smart and little son of Portland, Me., are visiting her mother, Mra. Mary A. Gales. Mrs. Hush and daughter, Bessie, of Spring field are visiting Mrs. Bush's parents, Mr. and Mrs. 'Henry Briggs. Miss Julia Ilrighira and Mra. Furlong and daughter of Marlboro, Mass., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. 8. Corse. As Will Miller was going to Xortlifield Saturday night on his wheel he ran into Miss Xanry Thayer, throwing her down and injuring her seriously. Dr. Xewton has been in attendance since the accident but at this writing Miss Thayer is not able to be up. , LEYDEN. Rev. Xauoleon Hoattland of Warwick is in town selling chemical tire extinguishers. Gladvs Hale of Springfield is visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Strange. H. E. Mowrv starts Saturday for the na tional G. 'A. R. encampment at Minneapolis. Evelvn Pike returned Monday from a visit at the homes of her aunts, Mrs. Oscar Hawks, of West Deertield and Mrs. Frank Chapman of Bardswell's Ferry. Miss Marirarct Ward, who has been vis- itinir Miss Marie Koehinsky at her father's, has returned to her home in Xew York city. Joseph Rancour of Xew York is now a guest of Miss Koehinsky. Dr. W. S. Severance of Greenfield and his niece, Mrs. Martha Hastings Field of Vonkers, X. Y., were guests at ainner at S. C. Severance's last week Wednesday and afterward visited the South cemetery, where are the graves of four generations of their ancestors and of many of their near rela tives. They also made short calls at A. 8. Newcomb s and at V. w. severance s. SOUTH VERNON. P. Spear of Worcester, Mass., visited here recently. The mission circle met with Mrs. J. A. Beers this week. -f:.. !.- ttn-l.l-,l nf Hinsdale. X. H., is a guest of Marcia Beers this week. Carrie Driscoll has taken a position in Xorth Brook-field, Mass., on a dairy farm. si r.:..l.l ia sntertnininff1 Mis. Sted- man of Worcester, Mass., for a few weeks. C. H. Xewton and his grandson have re turned from a short visit in Springfield, Mass. -t ca vMn fell recently and in jured her hip so much that she is unable to walk. ii 1. Va-f,. fnrmerlv of this town but now of Chicagii, visited his relatives here this week. The farmers are harvesting a large crop if blackberries this year and find a ready narket in Xorthfleld. i' .. i.nn .oneiverl that L. L. Weatherhed has sailed from Xewmodenfon- lien, South Africa, for tne united maies. VERNON. v; Zelia Johnson spent Wednesday in Springfield, Mass. The 0 M. A. association will nave a so cial dance at Central park this evening. The Ladies'- circle will meet In its rooms next Wednesday afternoon. Supper will be served at the usual hour. Mr and Mrs. M. Lynch and daughter, May, of St. Albans are boarding with Miss Zelia Johnson at her home, Elmhurst. . The Miller family's annual reunion was . .. , y. . i n.r- ln Fridnv and the neiu in .-uon -. r. , company of 60 thoroughly enjoyed the day. There will be a dance at uentrai para . .. aman nf J T. Wriirht Fri- unaer me iun- - - - day evening, Aug. 17. Leitsinger s orches- . . t D.f..,lan.nlt Will tra will furnisn mum-. --,. .-... be served during the evening. A republican caucus will be held in Whithed's hall on Thursaay evening, ug. 16 at 7.30 for the purpose of nominating candidates for town representative and jus n... nf the Dcace to be voted for at free man's meeting Sept. 4. Last Saturday evening 30 memoers oi Wantastiquet grange oi mnsaaie m. guests of Vernon grange. The literary and musical program given by the Hinsdale . . . , .n.nriaiiiinc- and much en- irienos w- , . . , joyed by the Vernon members and friends Pre,ent- . ... . ,.' r..:- Rev F. L. Massed- will preacn m io church next Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock The Sunday school and Y. P. 0. V. will meet at 2 o'clock. Following a business meeting of the Y. P. C. U. will be-a roll call and each member is asked to respond with a selection from a poem. The topic for the meeting is, Our Besetting Sins, How We May Conquer Them, Matt. 26:41, Bo- mans 7:7-25. The funeral of Leonard -Tenney, son oi Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Tenney, was neiu day afternoon, July zo, at ie parents and was largely attended Leonard F . ..... a., hail won the although out w -' - . esteem of all his acquaintances for a sin cerity and manliness of character and re snect'ful and courteous manner. He was in specuui ..iit hah ta and an duslrious aou " -" , , affectionate son and brother. He was also a valued member of Vernon grange Rev V Fav Smith ot jMortunem, ., - , i . ... 1 ...',. Only Ke lt his funeral anu .no , i membered, and Sometime We'll Understand, were sung by Mrs. J. a- Z,.-". Many choice flowers testified to IHIIIUDU. - the regard of many friends. Fire Destroys frank Stone's Steam Mill 15,000 Damage. Frank Stone's steam sawmill was bpmed in the around early Isst naiuruay morning. The loss is estimated at 5,0UU. Thero waa no Insurance. The fire was discovered by Frank Phillips, who Uvea at Mr. Hume's, at about 4.15 o'clock and he raised the rest if the family, hill the building was then a mass of dames. The people in Jacksonville and Halifax re.iioiid.d readily to the tele phone tire alarm rail. It was too lata to save any of the contents uf the mill but they urereded in saving a dry house and a quantity of stove weod Just back of the mill. The blow is a oeavy one 10 air. Stone as he carried no insurance except on the boiler and it Is not thought that that was much damaged as it wss all bricked over and In a building by itself just bsek of the mill. Mr. Stone had put in S2.9U0 worth of new machinery In the laat two years. He had been keeping a night watch but the man waa not feeling well and was not on duty Friday or Saturday nights. The cause is unknown but It Is thought by many that the mill was struck by lightning. Miss E. M. Brown is helping Mrs. X Nlone at present. Miss Blanche Brown of Ashfield, Mass .Mi Laura Phillips. Miss Edith Phillips haa gone to Wllml inn in work at the I'hilds tavern. Grace Thurber has been spending week Willi ner menu, -lira. - u v ... t I St ..,! Tkav..nt-11-t .ni .nr. aim .. . ....a. -. of Howe Mass., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. V. Winn. .. l- 1 tt. .m nf llrnnklvn V I.e.. ..Hiu ,.... a. m -.--a.,. ... will speak in the L'nlversalist church Au lu. at 2 o clock. It. J. Phillips has been haying in Colrain the past week and Frank Phillips has been doing nis wura uurmg ms ao.ruve. . t -..!. .! ... a.wl.lan.llt.e Mill fn. lone Pettit, of Clarksburg, Mass., has been ". . . .. . .. L- U .a Visiting Mr. 1.00X0 s uroioer, .. o. vu the nasi week. i j.i tha f-i..ml nf TTrrv Clark tendered him a surprise party at his home Tuesilay evening, II oeing me neeasiou i i.: .., i.la.lwla.. anniv-eraarv. The evening was enjoyahly spent with music and games. lliclumng a guessing t-oine.i. is - it ,.. ..i ;.. ..... . L. a B,i,t l,.mfin.d were aery ed on the piazsa whien was niuminaiea wnn iniaiie- i-u.ruia. . - r a late hour and all pronounced it a success. WHITINOHAM. GUILFORD CENTER. A republican rally will be held this even- inn the speakers being jonn w. tor.io. Barre. John W. Redmond of Newport and Joseph C. Jones oi Kutiana. .!,.. witli dull, billions, hesvyfeenng8 You need . pill. r Witt's Little tarry msera, ... ....- ---tie pills. Do not sicken or gripe, but re sults are sure, boio oy o. Serious Automobile Accident Near the Sta tion Last Friday. A serious automobile accident took place last Friday afternoon when a large machine containing four or lire people attempted to ascend the Davis bill, near the station, en route to Xorth Adams. When nearly to tne too of the hill the poweV gave out and the . . . . ... I Jala. niarlnne beir.n lo run oaeaw.ru. a nw er applied the brakes but they were insuf ficient to stop the car which plunged over the bank. All of the occupanta managea to jump from the machine except one woman a crippk who was pinned beneath it. As soon as she could be taken from beneath the machine she was carried to the station and a doctor summoned. Examination show ed that one hip had been dislocated and it wss feared there were internal injuries. Lat er a special train carried the injured woman to Boston. Since then Station Agent Davis has received word that the woman will prob ably recover. The party was msde up of California people and had been traveling all summer. The machine weignea nearly two tons. William Record went to Springfield, Mass., Saturday and spent the week there. Miss Alice Adams of Vernon is visiting her uncles, Fernal and Wesley Jillaon. A Sunday school picnic was held here on Thursday, the Readsboro school joining with the local school. Miss Lula Baker went to East Temple ton, Mass., Tuesday to attend the Baker re union held there at the home of her cousin, Lucius Baker. Mrs. Lang, who haa been at F. A. Al bee's three weeks, left there for Maine Thursday. Her husband, who came last week, returned to his home in Xew York. Mrs. Kent of Kansas, who has been here for many weeks visiting her old schoolmate, Mrs. Morris, and who were both married on the same day and sapie place, left here Mon day for Xorth Adams. Mrs. Morris returned Wednesday. GUILFORD. Mrs. Sweiey of Brooklyn. X. Y is visit ing her sister, Mrs. X. O. Tompkins. Mrs. Bartlett and daughter, Marion, have recently been Kuests at the home of Mail Carrier Johnson. The families of Lyman May and John Allen moved from the Hollis Boyden place to Eraltleooro mis ween. About 100 people attended the Sunday school picnic on Amos Prouty's farm Wed- . r...:w...i r.,...a .-.,.! L.ininfr nesoay, ine ounmru v- - that of the Congregational aociety of East Guilford. Dr. Arthur Melendy of Knoxville. Tenn., has been spending a few days with his . : . . ,.. T l. a aal!i. nnnn nllt Cousin, Jierneii ea-uui,, "u ....,. friends of his parents, who formerly owned the farm now occupied by E. D. Conyers. The family left here in 1809. WEST GUIirORD. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Willard, accompanied by their daughter, Miss Beatrice of Green field are visiting at Hosea Fisher's. Mrs. F. E. Bennett, who has been an invalid now for several months and under the care of Dr. Bradbury of Greer River, is much better and hopes of her recovery are now entertained by the family. Rev. and Mrs. James Jones returned home Friday after spending the month of July in Sodus Point and Red Creek, N. Y., with their children. There was a good congre nation on Sunday morning to greet Mr. jones in the Baptist church. Garfield and Charles Jones left on Thurs day to spend a short vacation in Xew York state, after which they will be employed in the evaporating of apples with George Phelps of Red Creek, X. Y., who has about 10,000 bushels to be taken care of. Help is very scarce in Wayne county. Summer boarders are a little late in ar riving this year at the Eagle Cliff farm with R. B. Thomas, but a number arrived on Mondny. Among them were Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Pendleton of Xew Haven, Conn., Miss Mary Slyne of Westerley, Ii. I., Dr. and Mrs. E. P. Fitch and family of Xew London, Conn. Miss S. E. Lovell of Boston, who has spent her vacation at ine r-agie Cliff for the last five years, came again on Thursday. t SOMERSET. The potato crop is immense. Henry Burt is in town on a fishing trip. Mrs. Frank Corrigan arrived In town last Tuesday. School will close Friday with a picnic in the grove. Fred Burt has bought another team of the Decrfield River company. ; Clement is on the boom here. Where there is lots of smoke look out for a little fire. Two weeks more and the steam mill will close for the summer. The logs are near ly all used up. Georire Brown, who has been foreman for Peck and for Cnshing & Wright, is through work and will go to his home in Morrisville in a few days. It. C. Harris has received word from his son, Fred, at Winnipeg, Canada, that he has discovered coal on his claim at Battle ford, 400 miles northwest of Winnipeg. A larire nartv of lumbermen arrived at the old Peck mills last Week and will cut the hay on the Bailey farm, also on the Leon ard place. They will hire 800 men in the woods this fall and winter. A. N. Blan din and Carl Bond were in town looking after men to make ties for the new rail road. A large gang of Italians will camp at the old mill near the post office to cut out the right of way. E. E. Mass. PUTNEY. Blood spent Tuesday in Colrain, Mrs. Howard returned from Xorthampton I nursu.y. Miss Nellie Murphy is spending the week in Brntllrboro, Miss Alice M. Lock is visiting In Oak ham tills week. Miss Julia It. Gorlism It spending a few days in Ludlow. Ml l.ula Barrett is espoelcd to return rioine this week. Miss Lillian Cook It spending the week at Palmer, Mass. A republican rally wtt held at the town hall Thursday evening. Mrt. Florence Blond returned from Duin incraton the first uf lha week, tr M.rv Viutrman returned this week from a visit In Xew York slate. Mrs. Hattle Webster Cary and Mrs. M. II. Kelley were in towu Friday. About 17 went from Putney on the ex cursion lu Lake Suaapee Sunday. in. n llmii-hiiia and family of Alburg are guests at Levi J. Houghton's. Mr. and Mrs. Ilurdirk nf Athol, Mass., are guests at Mrs. Sarah B. Ilolton's. L, J. Scotl and family of Springfield, Mass., are visiting at H. L, Scott's. v. la. Unfit, ('hate returned Mon day from a trip to Sugar Hill, X. H. Mrs. 8. J. Pierce is visiting at Brattle boro and will go later to Keene, X. H. ll.a 1 Ha..i nf Lincoln. Xeb.. Is expected at Lyman P. Bailey't Friday. Mrs. V. E. Hubbard and daughter of Brnttlelioro are guests at W. J. Perry's. lf Vine. Ynmn- and dallirhter are spending llirir vacation in Springfield, Mass. u it u.niih ,.f -t-tit-tmrn .nent Sun day with his family at Mrs. Abbie Haitian's. Ralph J. Houghton of Burlington came Thursday for a visit with his family here. Mrs. v.. 11. 1 Mcsmson goes mis -v . .. i . u ,,.... a trip to Leominster, Mass! and other places. ter. Mas... la Monday. Mr Itiirneit and Miss Jennie Burnett of Brooklyn, X. Y, are at Mrs. A. A. Lang- ley's. Mrt. E. B. Pierce and Miss Jennie E. Pierce took a carriage drive to Bennington Monday. Mis. Mamio Gravea returned to Brattle boro Thursday and will soon go to Spring field, Mass. -lia. f-.aai. .ml Ahl.ie Wellin.n nf West minster West were guests of Miss R. Kate Booth rnday. ia lla-. .n,l dniiL-hler of Wardsboro are visiting Mrs. Harris's titter, Mrt. Clarke Pierce, thit week. Guv Tatro of Brattleboro and Ella Tatro of Hinsdale are at the home of their nioth- , Mra. Will Elmore. U' t r,.l .nd Mrs. Jennie C. Pierce spent Wednesday at Holyoke, Matt., with Mrs. R. C. Winchester. Mist Xettie Hilluian of Xorthampton, Mass., came Monday for a visit at her aunt's, Mrs. F. E. Robertson's. The schoolhouse grounds have been grad BONDVILLE. Bondvtlle Wlnt from Baweonvtlle and Loses to Manchester. -ndtille faMetml lis rye on the ball last HaiiinUy and easily dcfi-ati-l Kaw-onville Ii to is 1..- -.litli.u. l.an.lit.an l,nl ainl tiffeH. linfiit- vllle wsilc 14 hll, IS of Men were bunebet! in six Inning- ami me ciii..iiu. wrung oi ine belt was heard Imt twice when It did not count In tile run making. Im -Mentally Wheel er won lilt lint aw me for lui.li I lie. Ha waa mmplfte ma-ler " the op)ing balnM and only after a rmiiiaii.llng lead had been n .tired did he give Hum a chance to roniH-- for bin. S-,,.,. II,,,-. .11,1 Ij.kev. lbs KnndtUle It-It Held er, unite the ball iiarrly on I lie 1. The feiiliire of the game wat a one nann ran -a ny "T"til" Wheeler, who played with llawaonillle. Sx ure by innings; B-indvlllr, 1 1 1 1 4 0 0 011 flatteries. Wheeler and Williams, Landman ami lloliblns; umpire, Hmlth. II. ili.li ille met itt first itefeat of the ti-asun Wa.liK.li- at U.iiulieter by the erore of J to J. Following it the score by Innings: Ik.li.ltille, 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 t M.imln-iter, 4000JO0O 0 Itatterlre, Evant and Jlinmo, Xorcro-t and Watkln.; umpire, Adams. Hi.n.lvllli. will no lo lu-lif next Sutunlay to play the strong Theater team. Mist Mable Taylor of Manchester is visiting In town tblt week. M F .,1.1. of ilii-hiean bat been visiting re In tint in town the ptt week. Miss Lola Cobb, who hat been working In llrslllil-iro, it home for the tuiamer. na iwla n.l l-lll. Jnhitsnn of Bcrnard- ston have been visiting in town the past week. L. 11. Perry and Mite Pearl Duane have re turn..! home from Mt. Holly after making a Lit. vr r- v.ila . Kn ha. hern vl-itfnsr hit fa- tlB-r, E. V. Vaile. returned to hit home in Wor- ed thit week. Henry C. Warren it erectin, a keyttone fence around the grounds Mrs. J. lence sruuuu suv trvuuui, -..-. . . . --kj, field Saturday, the score being 15 to 8 F. Washburn returned Thursday - -- . . ! I tl II.....I ... daltirrtiie In I vis- from Chester, X. H.. where she has been iting her mother, Mrs. C. 8. Witcomb. Ma. fu T..n,r,,y nf SnrinrflebL this state, visited at Dorr Clough's Friday, leav ing for a trip to Sunset lake eaturuay. Mr. Stella Calnnbeli of Xorthampton, Mass.. came Wednesday for a visit at the home of her sister, Mrs. M. E. Robbins. Mrs. Ids B. Robertson of Hartford, Conn., ,i i. Walter Parker and mother of Xew York city are guests at E. C. Parker's. Hev. E. G. Woodman of Wilmington oc cupied the pulpit of the Congregational church last Sunday in exchange with Rev. J. 1). King. Mr. D M. Frost has a professional nurse from Keene to care for her. Mrs. Herbert W'ymnn returned to her home In Keene, X. H-, tnis week. . -i. . . ...;,. ,ni a.in n.rcp and Mrs. V l.l I-- a.. - -- n t.. o...l.. a-ill intn ihn Vermont dele- i-raiiy vjuinn.., ... .- - - gation on the Grand Army excursion to Min neapolis Friday. i.. T,.-.. Heennn and ton. Robert. went Saturday to Haverhill, X. H., for a visit with Mrt. Heenan't parent!, Mr. ana Mrs. M. B. Carpenter. Mrt. Walter S. I'ndcrwood and child of Holyoke, Mast., visited Mrt-y Underwood t mother. Mrt. II. E. Robertt, at H. L. Scott't Saturday and Sunday. mi.. M. Brown, who is at the Mary Fletcher hospital in Burlington, underwent , successful operation ior appenuu-m. -lay and is reported as doing well. Charles W. Houghton, who has taken the civil service examination for a position as :,..: ha.i.1 -lark nnW .t.nds first On riliiicau p....... - - the Vermont list at Washington, D. C, for ippointment. Miss Carlotta Coar returned to Spring field. Mass., Tuesday and Mrs. Kittle loar returned to Bellows Falls .Monaay. -Mrs. 'oar is in the employ of the Bay rain dusi- ness college. in. v.tn. -leverna and Mrs. E. R. Houghton of Jamaica Plain, Mass., are at he cottage on tne iaugnion piace near m rtmiirhton farm for the summer. The two daughters of F. L. Houghton are with them. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Robbins, Frank erah. Sumner Phillips, Mrs. I. E. Daven port, Mrs. Hugh Crawiora, airs, oaran o. lolton. Miss Jennie M. Wilis ana warren ,'illiams went on the excursion to Lake George Aug. 8. J. H, Dunbar of Hartland, socialist can date for congress from this district, will speak here Friday, Aug. 17, at o p. m the subject: The iaoorer s usi oum -the Product of His Labor and How to Get It. WESTMINSTER WEST. John Woolsey visited in Bellows Falls over Sunday. Mrs. William Cole of Putney was at George Gould's Monday. Mrs. Blood has returned to George kmld's after spending a few days in Bel lows Falls. Mrs. Eleanor Darling and niece of Springfield, Mass., enme to Mrt. Stowell s last Monday. Rev. E. C. Fisher .was tnken ill last week Friday night and was unable to preach last Sunday. Ho is still under Dr. Foster's SOUTH LONDONDERRY. Ji.hn Btin.hwav slant Sun.lay at D. L. Ben son's. Clyde Barlier tmt Sunday at hit home in Brattleboro. Howe Godilard hat returned to hit work In Keene, X. II. Min Orrle Davis is visiting In Bratilelioro and Guilford. Mr. snd Mrs. L. T. Landman sx-nt Sunday at Ur. Ogood's in Town-hend. Itev. M. II. Smith of Mechanlcsville was in town Wednesday and Thursday. A pl many from this place attended the play, Basel Kirk, at the north village Wednes day night. Mrs. Susan Wilbur has returned to her home after ien.ling seversl months with her daugh ter, Mrs. dough. Mr. end Mm. Fred Coombs and two daugh ters of Guilford visited at George Coombe's and Mrt. Marcia Davis's thit week. The Townshentl baseliall nine was defeated in game with Booth Londnnilcrry on the Home WEST DOVEB. Fnd II, Joliown spent Haloi.lay In Brattle bora. J. Ealon of Fihhlairg, Mats., sjH-nl Monday night at- J. A. iMvit't. , W. frank Jones wat In III east part of the town Monday delivering tax nollres. Edward 1 1, tit of flprliignVhl, Mast., It visit ing bit titter, Mrs. Frank Harvey, tint week. Mrs. George Ailaiiit n-turii-d from her visit with her daughter, Mrs. (Hit Aiuiln, al lum inrrtHi Miimlay. Several from here ailemtrd the l-rne Plwia (.iiiiimuy thaw at Wilmington Frlitay and Sat unlay nighia, Alva L. C'ancly hat flni-hed work for W. 8. Ilnliliiwin't haying and it working for M. B. Lyman at Wilmington. Mr. and Mrt. M.rrlll Leonard o. Wtierbury, Cnn., vlalted Mr. Merrill's lister, Mrt. George Adam-, the first of the week, ll.-v Johnson of M."i lie.t. -r, who Is prndln( hit vacation here with his gran Ifalhrr, 8. J. Ji.linx.n, wat in Williamtville Friday tn.l Bat unlay. Mr. and Mrt. K.lgar Pike and little daughter of Weal' Warild.ro were In town Sutunlay and Humbiy, visiting Mrs. pike's titter, Mrt. C. fc. Mann snd Mrt. II. R. Collins. The Ladlet' Aid tmlt-iy will hold a plcnio at W. Frank Jnnea't .s.ig. JJ if the weather ia fatorable. All are cordially invited to com ami bring frlrndt with tliim. George Itolierison of Keene, X. 11.. wat In town Sunday. He came with hit automobile to bring Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Crosier. Mrt. Cro. sii-r it staying with her moiher, Mrt. W. H. Mann, while Mr. Crosier relunied borne wlin him. EAST DOVEB. Rav anil Verne Adams of llratllelwro ire vis iting at their uncle's, II. M. Hale't. thit week. fl O. Prontv it niovlruf Into the Cltrk Brown house. Mr. Brown hat reo-ntly add the house to A.lin Wonlen. Mr .n.i Ur. w. r. Ilalladav sttended the ni".t!ng at Northfldd lat week and this week and Mrs. W. D. Howe are attending tn nutting.. linn--. lli.u-.-.l name Saturday to nlay with the local nine. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Howard drove with him at far at Springfield Sun.lay. Mrs. W. II. Odell and three children re turned to their home in Coventry Thursday af ter a two weeks' visit at H. P. Heed's. They were accompanied aa far as Brattl-boro by Mrs. Kent and Mildred, who will visit there and in Duiiiinerston. Old Home week will be observed ljere at us ual. The Methodist Ladies' Aid toeiety will have a dinner and social at Farnum'a hall Wed nesday, Aug. 15. The Baptist Ladies' Aid to-..-ill l..v. tt. nmal nienic Friday. Aug. 17, at Maple Liwn farm with Mr. and Mrt. A. P. Cutting. There will be games as usual nieiuu- inir a aame of "round nail." me usual train- imitation will lie in order, the stage of ye olden time." WARDSBORO. Mrt. John Pike of Brattleboro is visiting her eon, Ernest Pike, who Is very ill. :., Parker nf Terre Haute, Ind., hat joined his faintly at Edward Plimpton's. The blacksmith shop, which hat been doted ill summer, has been opened by John Brode- way. tl. i-..r.i. i-nt. ,!! riven Wednesday evening at the parsonage was a very enjoyable treat. Mrt. A. L. Wllley has returned from Lake Pleasant where the has been spending a few weeks. ti. a 7 ,.l,,l, will hold its annual tale of fancy and useful articles In the church Thurs day afternoon and evening. Aug. 1.. 8uppcr will be served from 6 to 8 o'clock. Ice-cream will be served and a short entertainment will lie given. All are invited. Come and have a good time. The proceeds of the sale will oe used for repairing the interior oi tne cnuren. DOVER. M. L. Burr was haying on the Perry plsc lat wt-ck. Mrs. Sarah 8B.orJ Is with her sister, Mrs. E. A. Kyther. Mrs. W.'terbur.v of Springfield. Mast., Is a g-icu of A. T. Howe at the Perry place this wet k. The lliidsnnt of Windsor, Conn., who spent their vacation at the Perry house, have re turned home. A. T. Howe of Sprlnirfli Id, Mas.., came last week lo tnd his vacation with bis wife and daughter at the Perry house. Elbe Moulton and two little girls of Brook lyn have been at L. D. Mmilton'a spending their vacation. They will return Aug. 9. STBATTON. Mrs. Eig- ne Th tnas is on the sick list. Mr. end Mrt. ". It. I.ynyn have gone to Greenfield to visit their enn. Bay Lyman; Dexter Kniirh-e it staying In Warddioro for a short time with his daughter, Mrs. Emogen Pike. Master Vera Vose, who hat been spending sev eral weeks at his gramWather's, returned to his home in lloosick Falls Tuesday. Wil- WEST WARDSBORO. n ......1 II ha. been visiting in inington.. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Johnson have visited re cently in Xcwfane. The service Sunday morning was in the inter est of home missions. Mrs. J. P. Ryder has been visiting a few days at B. C. Ryder's. Much disappointment is expressed that Rev. J. Dorst haa decided not to move nere. it. .i ur. William Barnes of Minnesota have been visitors at Mrs. Barnes's uncle's, H. ttnite'.. this week. She Is daugntcr oi tne lute Judge Waite of Geneseo, 111 RAWSONVILLE. Mrs. Fnd Robbins has been on the sick list for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Pier visited relative in Ludlow Sunday and Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Justin Rawson of Thompson burg sjient Sunday at W. L. Raw-son's. Henry Shalfner of Ludlow waa in the place transacting business Tuesday snd Wednesday. Herbert Parsons snd family of South London derry were at J. B. Robbins's a few days lately. Mark Vaile of Worcester, Mass., has been a truest of relatives in this secton during the past week. Frank Cobb of Lontlonderry, assisted by Archie Wonlen, has been doing the haying on Richard Tomkins's place. Burton Sheldon of Scotia, X. Y.. and Mrs. Wilton Holt of Chester are helping to care for their father this week. It is feared that Mr. Sheldon is gradually falling. The Rawsonville baseball team- lost to Bond ville last Saturday by a score of 11 to 0, and in a giod game with Townsbend at the latter place Wednesday were again defeated 3 to 2. Mr. and Mrs. Walter I'nderwood and daugh ter. Hate 1, have gone to their home in Hol yoke, Mass., leaving Master Clyde for a few "weeks' longer stay with his grandmother, Mrs. J. Underwood. Mrs. Charles Rich, Misses Gladys and Eloise Rich of Fitchburg, Mrs. Albert R. Hess and Master Gordon Hess of Leominster, Mass., came last week and will occupy Frank Wil liams's house for some weeks. Mrs. Eli Williams, who has been very ill for several months, was brought last week .to the home of her son, Arthur Williams, from Man chester. Since recovering from the fatigue of the journey she is quite comfortable and it is hoped she may receive lienetit from the change. Mr. Williams accompanied hit wife and re mained a tew days. While a shower was passing north of this place on Monday we were visited by a vivid flash of lightning followed almost instantly by a terrific clap of thunder although no rain fell then or afterward. Several persons speak of having experienced a slight shock, among them little Carroll Hall, who was dipping water from a tank at the time. He aroused the household by his screams and complained of pains in his head for a considerable time. care J. 0 Smith took two calves seven weeks to market last week Monday. line iehed 150 pounds, one 120 pounds. Who can beat that I RoIIin Ranney and Sara Wilcox, both of town, were married at tne nome oi toe groom's mother in Westminster last Thurs- Rev. E. C. Fisher performing the cere mony. They left for a two weeae trip oou be at home in . esimmsier .--.... as aii will pvt. nil them a hearty welcome as they are both popular in church and society. day, SOUTH WARDSBORO. Some of the farmers are through haying but thete are many in this section that are still hard at work cutting their grass. AH report about the usual quantity. c. .. j !,, n.ia-p. a n ii friends of SOUie OI. l,..ai.-.a .- Charles Hoyt turned out last Monday and cut most of nis, grass anu pui u " barn for him as he has been 111 for some time. BROOEXINE. Miss Myrtle Dean is visiting in Springfield, and Mrs. N. F. Barnes were out of town Wednesday. . . ' Mrs. Sophia Barnes is seriously ill, and ner recovery is in doubt. Mia. F.lla Derrv has returned from ner vims in Townshend with her sister. C. 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