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4 WINDHAM COUMTY ItKFOHMEIt. nUATTLKUOItO, VT., FlUDAY, AUGUST 17, 190G. , - aaaMaM a I The Art of Bearing False Witness This is not the first time that we have been obliged to fasten the charge of misrepresentation on the speakers and bureau of the ma chine committee. It has been apparent from the first that the last thing they desired the people to know was actual fact. Let us notice a few of the more recent offenses: FALSE WITNESS 1 Doth speakers and newspapers have harped on Mr. Clement's intention of bonding the state for good roads. Utterly untrue and misleading. The bonding idea originated with Fuller C. Smith and the l'roctor Republicans know it. The independent proposition has to do with SAVING ENOUGH MONEY FOR PERMANENT IMPROVEMENTS and Mr. Clement has never advocated, and does not believe in, the bonding idea. This falsehood is persistent and malicious. FALSE WITNESS 2 Mr. Foster and others have stated point blank that Mr. Clement advocated a state tax in 1900 when chair man of the committee on finance. Utterly false and unjust. Mr. Clement fought the state tax tooth and nail. The BILL carrying a STATE TAX ORIGINATED IN THE HOUSE as all such measures must by virtue of the constitution. It called for a 15-cent tax, which Mr. Clement opposed at every point. His contention was that with proper economy NO STATE TAX WAS NEEDED, and he stands consistently on that policy today. FALSE WITNESS 3 Mr. Graham . contradicts our speakers who tell of the condition of the state's books. He says that we charge that not a scratch of any kind had been made on the Auditor's books up to July 20th. What we did say was that not a scratch IN REGARD TO STATE INSTITUTIONS HAD BEEN MADE. He mis-states our charge in order to CONTRADICT A MIS STATEMENT, and says he has done the best he could with what he had to do with. The apology tells the whole story. FALSE WITNESS 4 The Waterbury asylum seems to be a favorite ground of defense for the machine speakers. At P.randon, if correctly quoted, Mr. Foster referred to an expense of $147,000 per year in that institution. The same night Mr. Fairchild spoke of an expense per week per patient of $3.21. These figures do not agree. Neither do the figures quoted by Mr. Foster in Brandon agree with what he said in Burlington, where the expense per week per patient was quoted at $3.60. NONE OF THESE FIGURES AGREE WITH THOSE OF THE SUPERINTENDENT, and the actual figures, according to Expert Pratt, for the biennial term ending June 30, 1906, based on the actual expenditures, which were $220714.07, and the average number of patients, 515, make the COST PER WEEK PER PA TIENT $4.12. . Are the Proctor Republicans Deliberately Trying to Confuse the People With a Mass of Conflicting Figures? , The Real Issues The people have need to keep their eyes fixed on the main issues of 'this campaign, which are as follows: Shall the enormous expense of doing the state's business con tinue to increase from year to year, as for instance, from $213,859.49 in 1884 to $865,632.93 in 1905? Shall an unjust system of double taxation prevail? Shall public office' be controlled by a favored few or shall the people resume control of their own business?- Shall needed reforms be accomplished or smothered in machine committees ? Shall Vermont continue in power the selfish clique of politicians that are responsible for the increase in taxation and the consequent decrease in the value of our farm lands? Shall Son Proctor succeed Father Proctor as Vermont's political bOSS?- . .... y ; ISSUED BY THE-INDEPENDENT LITERARY BUREAU 1906 BIETHS. In Enst Northfinld, Aug. 9, a daughter, Helen Frances, to Air. and Mrs. J. H. Haiin nd granddaughter to Rev. George Dickin son of Prescott. In Brooklyn, N. Y., Aug. 10, a son to Mr and Airs. Frank H. Green and grand- ion to C. H. Green of Xorthfleld, Mass. ' In Wilmington, July 30, a son Ernest Laurence, to Air. and Airs. L. h. Cushman. In Wilmington, Aug. 15, a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Lewfs E. Strawser. , In Hinsdale, N. H., Aug. 9, a daughter to Mr. and Airs. George Strotton. In Vernon, Aug. 12, a son to Air. and Mrs. A. Johnson. HOT WEATHER DEBILITY. MARRIAGES. In Springfield, Vt., by Rev. C. E. Hny ward, Boy Miner of Guilford and Lula Nourse of Springfield. In Brattleboro, Aug. 14, by Rev. G. B. Lawson, Erving A. Tuttle of Duramerston and Janette L. Laughton of C'harlestown, N'ln Wiirdsor, Aug 14, by Rev. F. T. Clark, . Wells R. Sargent of Keene, N. H., and Mar tha Charlotte Ryan of Woodsville, N. H. PEATHS. In Wilmington. July 80. Ernest Laurence, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Cushman. In Hinsdale," X. H., Aug. 12, John Young, 80. In West Xorthfleld, Mass., Aug. 10, Mrs. Martha Bain, 70, Professor Tyler of Amherst college said recently: "A man can live comfortably without brains; no man ever existed without a digestive system. The dyspeptic ba neither faith, hope or charity." Day by day people realize the importance of car ing for their digestion; realize the need of the use of a little corrective after overeat ing. A corrective like Kodol For Dyspepsia. It digests what you eat. Sold by Geo. E. Greene. ABOUT Twenty Odd Suits going at $3.89 In the Let-Go Sale AT FENTOIM'S How to Protect Oneself Against Heat Fatigue, and Summer Disease. Many people are so easily affected by the hot weather as to he capable of but little work during the' summer months. Inquiry among this class will show that in nearly every , instance there is a weak stomach and more or less indigestion. Put the digestive or gans right by using Mi-o-na stomach tablets and the summer time will prove the pleasantest, most desirable and en joyablo season of the year. One little Mi-o-na tablet before each meal will give you life, vitality, energy and physical endurance during the heated term and ward off the ordinary diseases of summer. Mi-o-na is not an ordinary summer tonic or digestive, it is a true strengthener of the digestive system, building tip the organs to per fect health and vitality by curing the indigestion and absolutely removing all pains and distress in the stomach, specks before the eyes, sick and ner vous headache, and other symptoms that come from a weakened Btomach. Mi-o-na makes positive and lasting cures and is. sold by George E. Greene under an absolute guarantee that it will cure- all diseases of the stomach, except cancer, or the money will be refunded. Ask him to snow you the guarantee he gives with every 50c. box of Mi-o-na. $12.00 SUITS going at $9.48 In the Let-Go Sale AT FENTOIM'S PERSONAL AND SOCIAL. Frank Kyan waa In Keen, N. H., Bun day. Jhtiii (J rice Morse Sunday In North- 8eld. Krd Tbowai la apending the week In Dor li nit ton, 0. 8. Gardner of BMlowa Fallt waa In town Hunday, 1'atrtck Ahr and Pan Itll y wr In Bel Iowa Kalla Munday. 0. R. Uraffam irUlted In Merrlmac, Mail., tha Aral of the week. Iluujihton 8eaverna waa" In Putney ow Hundny, tho fumt of hit mother. M ra, C. C. Turner haa returned from 1 work 'a visit in Hoaton and vicinity. Mine Maudo Slmrna and MUi Joaephina Taft apent Hundny In I'Umnont, N. it, Leroy Hiilton of t'lartntionl, N. H apent Sunday in town, the guest of bil mother. Mra. Curtia of Clinton, Cmn., wai tha irucii. of Aliaa Grace Morse Wednesday, Mra. A. lllanrhitrd and daughter d Miaa Sargent are apeuding the week in Meaning ton. Jmnea Kiley la absent from hia dutlea at the Central Vermont oniee t hi a week on alck leave. AJra. Wetherhee and Miaa Louise Wether hoe of Ureenfleld are visiting at lr. U, F. Jiarber'a. A. C. Aldrith of Huston haa been guest of Dr. U. K. Anderson t the lirouka house this week. Mrs. Ha mu el W. Hubbard of 2Mne Grove Spritijf was at the itrooks house Moiidtty and Tuesday, Mra. Edward J. Henkel of New York city visiting with Mr, jlenkel'a parents on Frost atreet. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Hrasor and Miss Marjori White are spending the week in Bristol, X. H. David Corey, Miss Katherine Carey, and Mus Mary breen went Saturday to Watch Ifill fur a week. Miks Ktta Turner returned from Boston Monday, wht-re she has been staying for the past lew moiitns. Herretary of State Frederick G. Fleet- ! wood of Morruville was in town Wednesday on politico! business. Fred Heed and Frank B. Putnam returned i Saturday after spending a week in Boston, New York and Atlantic City. Col. C. A. Miles and son, AppMon, re turned Hnturduy after ft week spent in I'ruvincetowu and Gloucester, Mass. Mis Ida Fox of West Brattleboro is spending the week with her sinter from Springfield, Mass., in Provincetown. Mrs. H. K. Bascum will go to the sea hore Monday, visiting Boston and New York before returning for full work. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gray and three chil dren returned Hnturduy after a visit of two weeks with relatives in Lestershtre, X. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cragin and children of Ciiid4i, N J., have been visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Allen this week. K. H. Atherton returned to his duties at Dunham Brothers' Monday after a two weeks' vacation spent in Greenfield and vi cinity. Mibs Edifh W. Grunt, stenographer In the office of F. L. Houphtun, will go to her home in Iternardsttm, Mass,, tomorrow for a two weeks' vucation. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Pettee and daughter of New York were guests at the home of Dr. F. G. Pettee the flrst of the week. They are now at Hpoffurd lake. Thunus A. Austin and John Galvin were in White River Junction Tuesday to attend a meeting of the officers of the state court. Catholic order of Foresters. Miss Gertrude Nichols is working as stenographer in the office of E. Crosby ft Co. during the absence of Miss Marjorie White who is on her vacation. Charles Bogle of White Kiver Junction is stopping in town with his parents for a few days. He is now employed as shipping clerk for Bogle Brothers, wholesale jewelry deal ers. Kdward Hortnn, who has been spending a greater part of the summer with his broth er, W. G. Horton, will return to Boston to morrow. Mrs. P. P. Hopkinson and Mrs. O. F. Sargent and son have returned from Con cord. Vt., where they went to attend the fu nenil of Mrs. Hopkinson's brother, H. T. Dudley. Charles Cleaveland and Walter Stnrges relumed from Marlboro the first of the week with a string of 2ti horned pouts. The largest tipped the beam at two and one half pounds. K. G. Frost, Miss Mary Frost, Raymond, Stuart and Murray Frost, Miss flattie Wil cult, Mixa Mabel Hunt and Miss Kdna Marcy go today to Stony Creek, Conn,, for an out ing of two weeks. Jlarry 0. Toomey, formerly bell boy at the Brooks house, returned to New York Monday. He has been visiting for a few days in Westminster and stopped at the Brooks house for a short time on his return trip. Mr. and Mrs. h. E. Holdcn and Miss Alice Holden arrived in Brattleboro Saturday nidit oft or a two months' trip abroad. They came from Liverpool on the steamship Re public, arriving in Boston Saturday morn ing. Chnrles A, Harris and IT. P. Wollman left yesterday on a western trip in the in terests of the; Brattleboro Savings bank. They will visit Chicago, Des Moines, Omaha and other western towns, being absent sev eral weeks. F. K. Barrows and Mrs. John Barrows will start Tuesday for North Yakima, Wash., to visit the latter's son, Barry Cox, who is employed by the government geologi cal survey. Mr. Barrows will return by the southern route. Mrs. E. W. Stoddard, Dr. and Mrs. M. J. Stoddard and daughter, Miss Maud Stoddard and Ralph W. Stoddard, all of Springfield, Mass., were in town Monday on their way to Spofford lake . where they will spend two weeks at the Amidon cottage. George Stone entered the employ of Moran and company, furniture dealers, Monday morning. For the past nine years he has been employed as a polisher et the Estey Organ factory. In his new position he will do repair work and refinishing. Avalon Converse and Miss Florence Con verse, who have been visiting for a few weeks nt Lyme, N. H., have returned. Mr. Converse leaves tomorrow for Chicago where ho will enter the employ of Follows & Co., collar manufacturers, as traveling salesman, Tracy Leonard of Bellows Falls was in town Thursday looking over the territory and the chance for starting a carriage, decorating and sign painting shop. "Tracy" is a fine workman, having worked at interior decoro tion in some of the best places in Boston. Springfield Reporter. Mrs, William Leys and daughter, Marion, and son, Clifford, have returned to their summer home, at Bonnie Brae, Guilford, from the Hotel Majestic, New York city, where they have been residing for the past year. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Leys and fam ily of Lynchburg, Va., are expected this month at Bonnie Brae, to enjoy the sum mer vacation, also a number of other friends. Col. H. E. Taylor and son, Col. L. D. Taylor of Brattleboro are guests of Col. Hannon of the Soldiers' Home. They left Brattleboro yesterday about 9:30 a.m., went to Wilmington where they remained an hour, then through Hartwellville to North Adams, where they took dinner and arrived at the home about 4 o'clock. The Colonel is an ticipating the pleasure of being present at the Bennington county reunion of veterans to be held here next Thursday. Benning ton Banner, Aug. 10, D. T. Perry, a contractor from Brattle boro, Vt., now doing work at Hillsboro Bridge, has been given the contract for ex pending the money raised in town meeting and the state aid, for permanent highway improvement. The sum to be expended is approximately $4000. The work will be done on the "mile flat," and will consist of covering the road bed with trap rock, a blue, flinty rock, which will be shipped here on the railroad. Mr. Perry expects to com mence the work in about two weeks. New PEB80NAL AND SOCIAL. I.lllUn Urn ! Tlnltlnf in r)t'll(ji Armnd upmt Hundny in Ml.. full.. II r i, Ariliur lllix-k I.Und. Mn. Wllhira II. CWy ipf !! Sunday in Wilmlniitun. John K. Allen of New York it il Willnrd ramp oil A met hill. Klhert Hall ia In r'ithlurf, !., th ftivat u( hia brother. Mri. O. I), Hlowrll and family want lo (IrefiitWd ytatrdity, II. 8. March aor. lo Lake Hunapce, S. II., Sunday for wui'k. Lawrrnr K. HarlM'r went lo Fltchhurr Hnturduy for a fi-w duya. Miaa ilabel Htxvi'na will ipend Sunday with ri'latlvi'l in Vernon. Mra. L. ft. Il.rni. of Hotyoko, M.., la viaititig hrr dauehtrr in town. II err In J. l.araliee wrnt to Illork Inland laat Saturday on tha enrur.lon. Michael Maker and aim, John, are apeml ItiK a few duya at SpotTord laka. C'harlea h. Raymond of Waterbury, Conn., riaitPd in town tha Hr.t of tha wwk. Mix lliirrt'tt, matron at tha Memorial hoapital, went to Hoaton Tuvaday. Mra. lleWitt C. Lorkwood and aon, Web iter, of New York are at llillrreat. .Mra, It. II. Ilrown returned Wfdnnaday after an outing at Well. Ilearh, Me. Mr. and Mra. II. II. Chamberlain have : been in Claremont, N. II., thia week. Mini Katheritie Diinleavy of liellowi Fu 11 haa been a Tiiitur in town thia) 'k, Mri. A. I.. Henaon left Wednrtdny to pend a few duya at Old Orchard, Me. Ilinry II. Croihy returned Tuesday from Portland, Me., after (pending a week there. Mra. 8. II. Kniemon ia visiting her daugh ter, Mri. A. K. Turner, in Watertown, Maia. Mini Mnrjorte Crosby went to Meriden, Conn., yesterday for a visit with relatives. Misi Annie Heaphy returned Monday from a visit in (ireenfield and Whately, Mass. Mrs. John O'Connor was called to Putney Wednesday on account of the illnesi of her mother. Mihs Doria Smith will leave tomorrow to visit her brother, Hurry II. Smith, in Meri den, Conn, K. H. Childi ia in Orange county thia week, spe.ikiou in the interest of the fusion movement. J. C. leVitt returned yesterday from a stay of two weeks with his family in Say brook, Conn. Miss Alice Phillips has returned from Hampton iieaeh, X, II., and ia now visiting in Newfane. Mr. and Mra. W. K. Itanki returned Wed nesday after a visit of several weeks in Londonderry. Ceorge X. Ilice left today for Lake Winne pe.aukee, where he will spend his vacation of ten days. Miss Louise Xaumann of Springfield, Mass., is speudir.g the week with her cousin, Uora Kohde. J. J. Kckles's sister from Philadelphia is the guest of her brother at his home on Cedar atreet. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Corbett and Howard Hustman of fiernsrdxton, Mass., spent yes terday in town. Mrs. Ayer uf Watertown, Mass., is spend ing two weeks at the homo of her brother, ( Harry Freeman. Miss Krnestine Csdy of Hartford, Conn., will spend the month as a guest of Mrs. Charles Simonds. Miss tioi'denuugh, the trained nurse, went to South Londonderry Tuesday on a profea- , sionnl engagement. Milton Miller and family of Cambridge, Mass., are visiting Mr. Miller's sister, Mrs. Margaret Ilcnnett. Mrs. Xettie Fay and daughter, Marion, of Somerville, Mass., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Hunks. Kdward Houghton has returned to his duties in Houghton & Simonds's after a two weeks vacation. Henry Haywood of Iietroit. Mich., ia vis iting hia parents, Mr. and Mra. J. E. Hay wood, on Walnut street. George Wellman, who has been spending a week's vacation in Munsonville, X. H., returned to work yesterday. Mr. Thayer and his daughter, Mrs. Perry, of Korhester, X. Y., were guests of Mrs, Mnverette Howe over Sunday. Miss Pauline Lang left Saturday to spend two weeks with her uncle, Edgar Williarr.s, in Meriden, Conn, Mrs. J. W. Carney and daughter have re turned to their home in Athol, Mass., after Hpending several days in town. Prof, tieorge S. Wright of Bethel and Kliner Wright of Wnyhridge are visiting at J. P. Elnu-r's on Frost atreet. Air. and Mrs. Hert Young returned Wed nesday from Stoddard, X. H., where they have been spending two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth W. Sutherland re turned Tuenday from a stay of three weeks nt their cottage in Biddeford, Me. Mrs. Arthur Tidd and sister, Miss Louise Williams, are visiting at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Williams. Miss Winnie Livermore of Fitehbnrg, Mass., who has been visiting at .the home of C. 1). Smith, returned home Tuesday. Grant K. Joslin of New York is spending the week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lorenzo Joslin, on the West Kiver road. Mrs. A. J. Berber, who has been visiting in town, has gone to Keene, X. H., for a few days and then will return to Oshkosh, Wis. Mrs. Michael Baker, her two children, and Miss Rose Magttire are the guests of Mr. and Mis. John Hurley of Bellows Falls. Miss Mary E. Wood and E. J. Seymour left yesterday for a few days' stay in New port and Providence, K. I., and Springfield, Man's. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Thompson and son, Onslow, have returned from Shelter Island Heights, L. I., where they have been for the past two months. Burr Taft, formerly of Brattleboro, but now of Norfolk, Xeb., has been nominated as commissioner of Madison county on the republican ticket. O. H. Stickney, employed in Clnrk'B gro cery store, is spending his vacation in Jack sonville, where an Old Home week celebra tion is in progress. Mrs. Fred Creasy, who has been employed at Donnell & Davis's millinery store for the past several years, has taken a position with Vaughan & Burnett. Mrs. L. F. Adams and daughter, Edith, Miss Grace Emerson and Miss iraura Steams have gone to Kennebunkport, Me., for an outing of two weeks. Frank Smith and daughter havo returned to their home in Middletown, Conn., after a week's visit ut the home of Mr. Smith's brother, Charles 1). Smith. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Haskell and family returned this ' week from Spofford lake, where they have been spending several weeks at the Greene cottage. Mrs. Charles Simnnda and Mrs. Francis W. Weeks went to Springfield, Mass., Mon day in the automobile of Mr. and Mra. Fred Reed who were on their way to their home in Hartford, Conn. There was a pleasant gathering at the home of Henry F. Liscom on Cedar street Tuesday evening. A musical program was carried out and refreshments of ice cream and cako were served. F. K. Barrows and J. G. Ullcry went Wed nesday to New York city to meet Miss Elizabeth Marshall who waa expected to ar rive yesterday from Dresden, Germany, with the ashea of Mrs. Ullery. Albert Norman and Paul Rohde arrived Wednesday night from Springfield, Mass., making the trip in a canoe. They left that city Monday morning and paddled all the way. The journey was greatly enjoyed aside from numerous blisters and mosquitoes. Mra. Martha Craft and two daughters of "Worcester, Mass., and Harold Mann of Wil mington are spending two weeks as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bartlett. Mr. and Mrs. Bartlett and their guests attended the Stacy-Larabee reunion in Halifax Wednea- 1906 Oxfiords all Greatly Kcdeced; Prices. 4 Our remarkable sale of Summer Shoes at from a dollar to two dollars a pair less than the regular selling price has brought hundreds of people to our store during the past few weeks. As the fall goods are coming in every day, the opportunity to adver tise this great money-saving shoe sale is necessarily limited, but we desire as far as possible to let everybody know of it before the summer season is over. Although this- sale comprises 'Oxfords and summer shoes, there are many pairs that are quite suitable for fall and winter wear in the house or on the street and the saving in price by buying now is worth your consideration, So far as we know, not a single pair of the hundreds we have sold in the past month has gone to a disappointed customer. Stop and Think, of It. ' Can you afford to let such an opportunity to' save money pass ? Does a dollar mean anything to you ? If not, don't trouble to see these shoes. If it does, come in at once and see if we cannot please you with a $4.00 shoe at $2.98 or a $3.00 shoe at $1.93 or at $1.59. We have Russia calf, patent colt, vid kid ad velour calf Oxfords and high shoes for men and women. Practically all our 1906 spring and summer shoes are in this sale. Dunham Brothers PEESONAX AND SOCIAL. Mrs. L. W. Lord is leriousiy 111. C. E. Powner and nona went on the cx-etii-Mon to Block Island Saturday. Mr. and Mra. C. E. Samson and childrt-n of Springfield are visiting in town. Mrs. A. A. Xaumann of Hprinjrfield, Mass.. is visitinjc her brother, A. F. Rohde. Or. (J. R. Andrson waa called to Suna pee lake, X. H., yesterday on account of the dttMh of W. H. Henley. Mins May Haskina of Troy, X. Y., is spending the week with Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Eddy on Western avenue. Walter A. (iilhert is out aptin after beinc confined to the house for several weeka with appendicitis. He returned to work Monday ;it the Phoenix office. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Eddy, Homer Hiuk-y of Troy. X. Y., and Miss May Jl;i?kins also of Troy drove to Wardsboro Wednesday and returned yesterday. They spent the night with M. . Hankina, an uncle of the party, Automobilists who have registered at the Brooks house this week are: Charles H. Hartshorn, Jluirh H. Hartshorn, jr., Thomas S. Duremus and Miss Doremus of Montclair, X. J., Mrs. J. V. Merrick, jr., and danrh ters and Mrs. M. D. Harte of Mansfield, O., Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Benneit and Frank S. Bennett of Boston. Mr. and Mrs, Jona than W. Wilson, Miss Miller nnd Blaine Newington of Philadelphia. Mr. and Mra. George E, Warner, Mr. ami Mrs. Freeman Scott, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Scott. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stacy, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bartlett, Herbert C'lisbee, Miss Etta Crosier, Mrs. Cynthia Tucker, Mr. and Mrs. Xelson Caoper and two daughters, Mr, and Mrs. C. L. Stacy, Alva Stscy and Mrs. George Brown and daughter went from here to Halifax Wednesday to attend the Stucy Larabee reunion. Over 90 people were preR ent and the following officers were elected: President, C. L. Stacy of Bratlelmru; vice president, C. H. Learnard of Halifax; sec retary, Mrs, Nellie Stacy Stetson of Colrain. WEST BBATTLEBORO. CHURCH NOTICES. First Baptist church, George B. Lawson, minister. Morning worship 10.30. Sermon by Rev. A. Bellondi of Barre, missionary to the Italians. Bible school 12 ra. Union service on the Common, 5. Prayer service, Friday, 7.45. All DUMMER STOK. persons who pay taxes in the town of Duuimerston are reminded that in order to save the 4 per cent, discount they must pay their taxes fin or before Sept. 1, 1906. All taxes not paid on the above mentioned date will be collected in full with costs added. adv There is nothing so pleasant as that bright, cheerful, at-peace-with-the-world feeling when you sit down to your break fast. There is nothing so conducive to good work and good results. The healthy man with a healthy mind and body is a bet ter fellow, a better workman, a better citi zen than the man or woman who ia handi capped by some disability, however slight. A slight disorder of tho stomach will de range your body, your thoughts and your disposition. Get away fro mthe morbidness and the blueB. Keep your stomach in tune and both your brain and body will respond. Little indiscretions of overeating can be easily corrected and you will be surprised to see how much better man you are. Try a little Kodol For Dyspepsia after your meals. Sold by Geo. E. Giyene. S18.00 SUITS going at $13.98 In the Let-Go Sale AT FENTOIM'S Brattleboro Chapter Pleasantly Entertained by Mrs. Mary Bigelow. Fifty or more members of the Brattleboro chapter, D. A. R., together with guests me at the beautiful home of Mrs. Mary Bigelow Tuesday afternoon for the, regular monthly meeting. The hostess waa assisted in receiv ing by her two coneins, Mrs. Richardson of Montague, Muks., and Mrs. W. E. Hubbard o: Bratileboro. The spacious lawn was decorat ed with Hies and bunting and the house with a profusion of beautiful cut flowers The paper upon Reminiscences of Old Deer- field was read by Miss Carolyn Clark and was listened to with great interest. Mrs. W F. Root also read a poem which was much enjoyed by all. Thi was followed by the singing of the national hymn in which all joined. Mrs. Richardson and Mrs. Hubbard sang several selections which were loudly applauded. After this followed a basket pic nic, during which time the hohless, assisted by four young women, served coffee and ices. All adjourned having spent a most delightful afternoon. Mrs. Rse is boarding with Mrs. Dan Har ns. Walter Cain is housed with rheumatism this week. Mr. and Mrs. Stanford Morse spent Sun day at Brookline. Mr. Ryan of Keene, X. H is a guest at C. J. Sloekwell's. MrsA Marsh of Greenfield is spending few duya in town. Dr. Eastwood and family spent Monday at John L. Barney s. Mrs. Anna Evans is spending the week with Mrs. Augusta Fo Xorris M, Davis of Chester called uoon nig menus nere luesday. Homer Higley of Troy. X. Y.. is snendinir nia vacation witn nis parents nere, Lawyer and Mrs. John E. Gale and son Richard were at J. L. StockweU'a Sundav. John Adkins ia boarding at D. W. Harris's nnd calling upon his many friends in town. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Bond spent Thursday at Hinesburg with Mr. Bond's brother and family. Eighteen members of the Chamberlain tamiiy en;oyed a picnic at Clark's woods euiiesuav. -Miss Judith Mather has returned from t anton, .. where she has been spending several weeks. Miss Carolyn Clark is days with her uncle. Iririn Knhln-in i Montague City. Mrs. Fnnnie Colton of Northfield, Muss., visitine her sisters, the Misse Harriot and Mary Warrincr. Miss May Haskins of Lansingburg, K Y., spending a week's vacation with her cousin, Mrs. Charles Hiele.v Miss Alice Mather of Worcester, Mass., spending a few weeks with her nnr.nl. Mr. and Mrs. Dwiirht M. Mnthor Miss Jane Bacon of Dorchest Mrs. M. A. Tyler of Vernon are visiting at Mrs. J. L. Stockwell's this week. Mrs. Pearson, whose home is in h .nnih oincd her brother Tuesdav At Mr. v' Doom's for the rest of the week. Henry Willis and familv nf tri Conn., with Mr. and Mrs. Donovan as guests,' are enjoying the week at Sunset lake. Mrs. Danforth, who hag been visiting $15.00 SUITS going at $11.48 In the Let-Go Sale AT FEIMTOINTS Mrs. Kellogg at Mrs. Van Dowa't in turned to her home in Chariest . lie Miss Barnard has so far recormd her recent operatii-n- as to be sb. u upon her sister, Mrs. Davenport, tail t Xd, Malva, Mary and Harold Titk natuidajr lor Hii-Umoncl. .. il., to as.. week with their grandfather, L. L Mrs. P. E. Clark and dauihir Cl ot Waltham, Mass., are with Mrs. Pi- sister, Mrs. C. A. Van Doom, for r weeks. All the young people of the riSifi getner with many guests, partio:pi'. corn roast at the top of Molrost S: evening. Mrs. Leslie Kniirht and her sister. I Evans, took an automobile ride to ft Thursday, calling upon their brother, ifeii fcverletn. Mrs. Dudley and duuehter Miriam rttr to Boston Monday after having spent is with Mrs. Dudley's sister. Mrt. K Heywood. Miss Alice May Touse, principal of Si' bury's college of expression at Biliii Md., is lh gnest of Dr. and Mrt S ii. Huntir. Mr. and Mrs. I,eonnrd Tavlor as! Mr. and Mrs. h. H. Knann. Mn. Fk hellocff and friend spent Sunday a v.: held. Mass. A lolly party of 25 vounc PMp!' P I uesday nic.iueinrr at the Tiiaver (iuilford where thev were iointd y Ruby Clarv. Mr. and Mrs. George P. Miller aid fc ter Helena of Guilford are spendin? i davs with Mr. and Mrs. Bert S. Mills other friends. Twenty-five members of the Ctiitin assembled at the Eastwood home last where the day was auietlv spent, row erations were present. Mr. and Mrs. TTarrv Dnnklee rettr Thursday . to their home in Lowell after having spent two weeks with bil er, Mrs. Mary Dunklee. Miss Ida Fox left Saturday for a stay in Boston and Provincetown. Man- company with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. of Clucopee Falls, Mass. Mrs. S. H. Swver Mn. Donaldson. S Georgia Donaldson and Mrs. .Sarah 1 son of Keene, X. H., left Monday week's stay at Xorthfleld. Mass. Rev. and Mrs. William Sutherland sf: Wpitne.,1-,,, In Vrt1,AoM V-ie. wherf attended meetinirs. Mrs. 8utherlM returned home but Mr. Sutherland mil several days in -Vernon. Aiimut 9 the l nth anniversary Mr .nurl Vr W H alevsndor'i "'" lid about as f their friends and Deia- llle tn ran,!,,.! than, a the nd'aSlOD. I"" them . r,.nniu. enrnri.e DailltT ments were served and a very l'le:is'tj ning spent. Many useful gifts m 1 pleasant reminders of the occasion. Mr. nnd Mrs. Lotin Xewcomb r ,!., , th-ir j.-mirhter. i" n honor nt hor flfth hirthdsv annl"'" About 35 little friends were present, v pretty sight on the beautiful H"' was tastefully trimmed with asp""'1" a ... . . ... ...hprs cui nowers. t -Many musical ul" ,. , . . ,. .... . nnon rendered oy airs. a ales aaam, graphophone. Delicious refreshment' r-nWe. mit .nil rtnf ctinnerv were " bv the voimir hnntesR who was the reC'F" f many choice gifts. $10.00 SUITS going at $7.77 In the Let-Go Sale AT FENTOIM'S port, N. H.( Champion. day.