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WINDHAM COUNTY REFORMER, IHIATTLKRORO, VT., FRIDAY. AUfiUST 17, 100'
fl -....-aMaaaMaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaw . t 1 "i AUTO FRIGHTENED BY DOG ERIOUI ir KOT FATAL ACCIDENT KABBOWLT AVEBTED. Machlot UIX Bod, Dsshad Tbranfk Baud fun not Vurf Ian Daws an Into Brook Before DrUor tKurod Control OUior Wow fro Townthtud. A very old and vry wit Uk kit Ml thai "A hurw is vain thing for Mliy." ll may Ih, liui wuhili-r trim the ancient wriier would have thought ruld ho have bw sitting on J. H. Ware's puna Wed nesday ofHTiiiMin when the aulu rintainlng Mr. W'ilklna and Mra. I'ntlilierl 'f uik Carolina wilh the Ihrw Ui l' apeedlug down lh rad. Ai ll reached the ' bouae d"g daahed duI l ll In aurh way Hint I ho machine turned suddenly In lh Irlt and went through a board fence, lend ing boarda Hying lu all diiwll.nia, taking pirn uul ( a al and the pual out of lb round. Th machine then etartcit across the mowing, making straight for I bo lr.k which, at ikal point, haa a blub and rocky bank. Th occupania of the aulo expected to bo htfrlrd out lh brink but fortunately Mr. Wilklna la a good driver and gained control of Iho machine In lime to turn It bout 13 foot from the edge of Iho bank, ll w a narrow escape for had Iho ma chine kept on Ita way a moment longer a aerious if not k fatal accident would have resulted. Ai ll was, Iho occupania neaped without eveu a loot scream. ln wheel of the machine waa aumewhal damaged, while the dog waa aeen later in lb afternoon em tentedly wagging hia tail and allowing no aigna of the fray. The fence aceina to have been the only real aufferer, aome of ita riba being broken past repair. .Mr. Wilkitu and Mra. Culhkerl after calling at the Halea' and having the uiachlne repaired returned early in the evening to W'ealiuiiiater. duett! tt Townahtnd Inn. The following gueata were at the Towns-' hend inn lait week: Cant. Rodney Nor ton Burke, Meriden. Conn.; J. I. Emery, Bolton; J. C. Jonea, Kutland; I). C. Ill galla, Knosburg Falls: J. i. Keating, Mel roie, Jlau.: 1. Cowley, Brattlelxiro; H. C. rlhurtleff, Montpelier: Robert K. Lambert, Kiitlund: Merle Landman. Rawa.invlllc: F. M. Williams, ttawtonvllle; K. II. Martin and Mr. and Mra. W. M. Hoaley, Rawaon ville; Mra. Krneat Martin, South London derry; Mra. F. M. Williama, Rawaonrille; Mra. L. K. Rich, Fitchburg, Maaa.; Mra. A. R. Heas, Leominster, Maaa.; Mra. C. K. Landman, Rawaonvllle: L. I. Allen, Brattle boro; Mlaa Ballard, Londonderry; John R. Plumnier, llrattlehoro; J. Kromsn, Boaton; Mr. and Mra. W. R. White, New Haven, Conn.; George Alexander, Baxtons River; A. H. Thompson, Bellows Falls; Mr. and Mn. J. 0. Taylor, llrattlehoro; A. A. Waite, Wardaboro; Mr. and Mra. Henry Campbell, Boaton: Mr. and Mra. B. J. Sinionda, Sax tona River: H. C. Kh-k, Rntland; B. A. Davie, Newfane: Grant Young, Newark; Mra. NeyUnd, llellowi Falla; I). M. Barber, Brattleboro: Mra. A. J. Barber, Oahkosh. ( Wit.; F. It. Poland, Chicago: Frank Cum mings. West Townshend: G. R. Tucker. Brattleboro; E. M. Applin, Brattleboro; C. J. Miller, Brattleboro; Herbert Fay, Button; P. Rosenberg, New York: A. Roaenberg, New York: George W. Houghton, Weat Town ahend; J. R. Macdonald, Beaufort, 8. C. ; W. H. Harria, Boaton; Mra. F. H. Howard, Brattleboro: Mia Hillman. New York; Miae Roberts, Brooklyn: Mra. W. A. Adams. Man cheater Center; Miriam A. Howard, Brattle boro. The Effect of Hot Air. Herbert Barber haa read a good deal of late about the excitement in Russia and the chance of being blown to piecea at any minute. He became convinced that tome thing of the aort waa needed in Townthend and accordingly he looked about to aeo what could be done. Hia eyet lighted upon hit potato patch and there beheld the danger of blight. He returned to the houae, brewed aome Bordeau mixture (which for the benefit of the uninitiated, we will atate ia concocted of blue vitriol, lime and water, and ia sure death to the blight), filled a pail with the same and blew aa much air into the sprayer at It would hold. Instead of placing the pail on hia back and pro ceeding to the Held aa usual, he set the ap paratus in a good aunny place and rested from hiB labors. Now Herbert had forgot ten that air tends to expand when heated, but the air confined in the sprayer was mindful of this fact and proceeded to fol low the law until it burst the long tank with a mighty explosion which Drought the family to the scene. Herbert is wondering what would have happened if the tprayer had been on his back, and feels nearly as "creepy" as the ciar when he thinks of it. The sprayer baa gone to town lor a few days to recuperate, while Mr. Barber is prepared to lecture on the Disadvantage! of the Hot Air Treatment. Rawaonvllle Again Beaten. A game was ployed on Reed's field Wed nesday afternoon between Rawaonvllle and Tnwnshend in which the home team for the fourth time defeated its opponent! by one acore. The tcore by innings was as follows: Rawsonville, 00100120 0 1 Townshcnd, 10020020 5 Runs. F. Kingsbury, E. Landman, M. Landman, Chandler for Rawsonville; H. Sparks, W. Sparks, Lawrence, B. Phillips, Stone for Townshend. Base nits, I. Kings bury. M. Kingsbury, Allen Hosley, M. Land man, W. Sparks, Bush, Ober, Lawrence, B. Phillips; errors, Jr. Kingsbury, Allen, Landman, Osgood, Reed, Lawrence, Stone; hit by pitched ball, Osgood; umpire, Mr. Knickerbocker of New York. A number of people came from Rawson ville to attend the game. Mrs. Harry Franklin is better. Miss Salina Derby has returned. John Mark ia under the doctor's care. Mrs. E. A. Kenyon it at home once more. Dr. Smith of Weston spent Saturday in town. Truman Wallace is working for J. H. Ware. Charles H. Evani spent Tuesday in Brat tleboro. Ethel Sparks has returned from her visit In Keene. R. W. Snyder has finished work in the ateam mill. Mrs. 0. A. Davis is suffering from neural gia in her head. Miss Fannie Parkhurst of Weston is visit ing Florence- Follett, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ford returned from Westminster Saturday. ' The Stoddard house has recently donned several coat! of paint. Miss Amelia Hobart of Boston is visiting ber sister, Miss Myra Hobart. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Marsh have returned from their visit in Upton, Mass. The recital given by Miss Esther Dale at 'Westminster was a decided success. Mrs. Benson ia entertaining her daughter and two children of Northboro, Mass. Mr. Chapman of Windham waa in town Friday taking viewa for souvenir postal cards. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gray of Sioux Falls, 8. D., are to be congratulated on the birth of a ton. G. W. Ripley of Hingham, Mass., tpent several day! at C. H. Willard'i the first, of the week. Mrs. Nellie Robinson of North Adams, Mass., viaited her sister, Mrs. Milton Thay er, recently. Mist Annie Wilson of Savannah, Ga., came to town Tuesday evening and will board at B. B. Brigham'a. Missel Orinda, Alice and Nellie Dale re turned from their two weeks' visit in West minster Thursday. Alontb Stone' apent Sunday and Monday in Halifax visiting hia brother whose mill was recently burned. Prof, and Mrs. Lewi! returned Tuesday and are making plant for the next year' a work in the leminary. The Baptiat Ladies' Aid society met in ita roowa laat week and lred (upper on Ik baakcl pit III plan. Mlaa i.ila Marah and her aialera Joined a parly al Weal Townahrnd and apeul Mon day al Hamilton Falls. Mra. Pwlshl Wood and two eoe and Mlaa Kdilh Wood uf HprlngHeld, Mass., ar viaiiiug al 1, H. Want's. Mlaa Mabel Howard wnt last Friday to rtuneuok, .V, II., lo vuil her alaier. Jloik pent dundiy al Block island. Mr. and Mra. Itoaro Ma rah and their dauahler. Miranda, kav bren viaiiiug rela tives and frirnda In I pion, Maaa, Mlit Maul t'nlbnrn, who la ai.r't aa aialanl In Lowell. Maaa., led lh ll.pllal prayer meeting laat week Thuraday. Mr. and lira. W. I.. Crawford, who kav bn vtaiiing al Windaor Whitney's returned lu Iheir kuaejn Worcester, Maaa., Wodnes. day. Mr. Kidder and Mr. Howard went In Bel Iowa Falls on Halurday la hear Mr. Clem elil, arriving bum al 3 o'rlork Sunday morning. The Miaaea Colhurn and iheir brother who have been vialting al I'. W Klehblna'a, returned lo their bom In Naakua, N. ll.( Maturday. Mamie War with Mlaa Florenr Hwift and liaa Hemic Wilder of Bellows Falla apenl Sunday at lb bom of her father, 1. If, War. Henry Cobb and Zlna Cobb recently had I he pleaaur of entertaining Iheir niece a, Miaaea I.ila and Doric Johnson of Bernarda- ton, Maaa. II is eaf lo call al the Congregational iiaraoiiaa-e alnc a new floor haa been laid on lh porch. The work waa don by Ever ett Phillips. Mr. and Mrs. Waller Aualin and Iheir children, who have been visiting al J. O. FolleH'a, returned lo Iheir Horn In ton Monday. Miaa Perham, who spent a week at Mrs. Itoutelle'a aelliiii drawn work and embroid ery and giving leaaont in her art, returned lo her home latl weea. Mra. Dale with Miat Ileatrlc Kenyon and Miaa Orinda Ford look lh flyer Tuea day morning for w.mth Loneondcrry, re luming in lh afternoon. Walter Eildv wilh aom of hi gueata drove lo Newfane hill laat week and apenl the day enjoying III cool breeie and lh magnificent sweep of hills. Our South Carolina doien was made cm. plet when J. H. Macdonald of Frormnr ar rived in town on Monday. Mr. Macdonald ia al. piling at in lownanena inn. Miss Hillman and Mlaa Roberta of New York, who are spending the summer in Lon donderry, were in town Tuesday calling upon Mra. C. II- Wlllard and Miaa Lucy Boots. William and Harry Sparka. Will Holland. Henry Milea. Bert Ober, Mr. Sawyer and Harrison Kingaliury drove to Jamaica on Tuesday lo attend the ball game. Miss Miller, a graduate of the New Eng land aanitarium at Melrose and who later took a pnat-graduate course at the Memorial hospital In Brattleboro, ia caring for Mrs. Gregg, who is very III. Mrs. Kenton and Miss Stoddard returned Wednesday morning laden with fiowera which had been presented to them at the recital In Londonderry. Miss Dale did not return but went on lo Peru. The work train has been taking on gravel at Salmon Hole bridge and depositing it on the roadbed between here and West Towns hend. The men are now engaged In filling the tressle near Mr. Wellman't. F. H. Doland, a former atndent at Le- land and Gray aemlnary, under Prof. C. B. Smith, was in town laat week. Mr. Doland said that he was hungry for Vermont, and so came back to enjoy the tcenery and call upon old soUool friends. The Newfane grange haa invited the West River grange to meet wilh It next Wednes day evening. The Newfane grange la lo furnish the refreshmenta and the Townshend grange the program. . The combination it a good one and doubtless all will have a good time. Miss Esther Dale returned from West minster Monday and went on Tneaday to Londonderry, where she gave a recital that evening. Miss Dale Will give a recital in Peru Friday evening. Mrs. Bert Kenyon ac companied Miss Dale to Londonderry and assisted her aa reader. On Saturday the Follett family and their guests packed their lunch and drove to Newfane hill for a day'a outing. After the sandwiches and other good things had been properly disposed of in Locust grove and the remains carefully deposited in the cel lar of the old Field house the party repaired to the top of the hill where Mr. Broad kind ly pointed out the various peaks and ahowed them the large and interesting collection of curios in the log cabin. They were eorry to learn that, on account of the ill health of Mrs. Broad, the usual open-air service would not be held on the hill this year. WEST TOWNSHEND. F. F. Barber of Montpelier has been in town for a few days. Rev. A. Edward Martin is at East North field, Mass., this week. F. A. Blood recently visited hii ion, Welcome, in Springfield. Prentiss Carr and family of Williamsville spent Sunday at his mother'! Albert Sherman and C. K. Stedman of Williamsville were in town Saturday. O. E. Burnap and aon Arthur have re turned from a visit in Amherst, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Whipple of New York city are visiting at James Whipple'!. Mrs. S. 0. Garfield has returned from a stay of several weeks with her daughter in Medford, Mass. Mrs. J. S. Martin, who haa been in New ton, Mass., has returned to her lon'i at Phelpi Hall. Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Switser and ton Rob ert of Easthampton, Mass., are visiting at Mountain View. Mrs. Tucker of Brattleboro and daughter, Mrs. A. J. Greenwood of Poultney, have been guests of Mra. D. E. Boyden. Deacon E. L. Grout and Mrs. C. H. Grout and two children have returned from a visit in Athol and East Northfleld, Mass. Mrs. Earl Hadlock and son Wilfred, of Medford, Mass., are spending a few weeks with Mrs. Hadlock'! parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Garfield. D. E. Boyden, who has been station agent here ever since the railroad was built 25 yeara ago, has resigned the position on ac count of poor health. Repairs have been begun on the railroad station. It is to be plaBtered and painted. JAMAICA. Mr. Wheeler of Rutland hat bought the Ben Williams sawmill. Mr. and Mrs. A. V. D. Piper returned home Monday evening. Miss Carrie Allen went to Block Island Saturday, returning Monday. Mist Alida Barnes of Dummer It visiting her cousin, Mary Robinson. Mrs. Annie Dobbin of Shushan,. N. Y., It visiting Mr. and Mrs. David Eddy. Mrs. Almedia Boynton and Mrs. Edna Wright visited at Mra. Booker's Wednesday. Mrs. Fannie Howard and Mn. L. B. New man left for Northfleld, Mass., Wednesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Robinson and daugh ter, Mary, came home from Northfleld Mon day evening. Misa Florence Chapman and Harold Muziy of Weatfield, Mass., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Muzzy. A. B. Stark hai purchased of C. E. Mor gan his place on Smith, hill. Mr. Morgan's family will aoon move to New Hampshire. Mrs. Walter Putnam of Norway ia visiting West Jamaica. Mrs. Hanson and three grandchildren are visiting Mr. Putnam also. Mr. and Mrs. William W. White have returned after a two weeks' visit with their son. Rev. W. A. White, of South Hero. They also visited other friends and many places of interest in Grand Isle county and along the west shore of Lake Champlain, calling at Plattsburg, fluff Point and Port Kent. .OUR CUSTOMERS &tipSgBgffS t I.. ! ai r.tt u , An nnt ran? for extremely heavy gooua wm r ? w. Cain DC WUril, IdlC III lllC lrtt aw v juany svbwtysv ww aw ..vr. acli Suits We have divided our men's black suits into four lots and shall sell them at prices given below. We have about 170 of these black suits, mostly this season's cuts, both dressed and undressed wor steds. Now is the time to buy your black suit for the coming fall and winter wear. Men's $10.00 Black Suits. Clearance Price 7.48 Men's $12.00 and $13.50 Black Suits. Clearance Price 9.45 Men's $15.00 Black Suits. Clearance Price 11.45 Men's $18.00 Black Suits. Clearance Price 13.90 SU0TS LOT 1 Contains all our suits that have sold up to and including 57.00; about 7 suits, all from good fabrics but of course not the highest grade of tailor ing, all sizes, J 4 to 42. Clearance price, 4ae flail offer vour We nave divided our enure siock. -;-;-cn Qn choice of them at one of the following prices: $4.85, $6.iU, wv, $U.45, $14.69 LOT 4 This lot is largely made up of serges, worsteds and high grade cas simeresand are suits that have been free sellers at 51 J-00 and $16.50. This line contains a very good assortment of sizes, 14 to 48. and needs only to be seen to be appreciated. Most of these suits are it.- I .. r( WiintvinllPimAr . . , i maae Dy me nuuo ra.uKr'v"" I T A i . - -...- tUnl 1-,1 1, A """"" J LU i UIIUIIU UU1 lliai liavt . . . 0. r - Aa rnA hnnnfntmm It mvM nhni.t 00 aild A. OUUnian Ot V-O. F..ww. H-av.w. a. ' - - suits to select from and while many of them are odd suits, they are, if they will fit vou, wonderful value. Quite a num ber" of black clay suits, also blue serges will be found in this assortment. Clear- LOT 5 Contains all our high grade suits, nothing reserved from our $18.00 and 520.00 lines. These suits are largely of the Shuman make and are the very cream of the season's goods, lined, trim med and tailored in the best manner that is possible to do, from fabrics the quality of which is second to none in this coun try, they give at once the acme of style, fit and wear; sizes 34 to 44. Clearance price, LOT A strong line of business suits in 512.00 and $13.50 qualities, all serge or Venetian lined and many of them very good weight, suitable for later wear. The fabrics made by some of the best mills are represented here, and as there are less than 100 suits in the collection, they should move very quickly. Some very desirable men's corduroy suits in this line. Clearance price, 04(g GREAT REDUCTIONS IN TRUNKS, BAGS AND SUIT GASES Men's Pants LOT i About 140 pairs in fi and plain patterns; mostly mti;u and small sizes. Here are soaeci. tra good values. All sizes, 32 tc Clearance price, 1.19 LOT a This lot is largely raj. up from the odd lots of our k.?. grades, comprising fancy worstti Hairlines, etc., all sizes up to ; waist and 36 leg. Clearance pr!a 1.48 LOT 3 This lot contains ib known as medium priced dress pro' These pants are just as good h and pattern as our S5.00 grad Clearance price, 1.92 LOT 4 Only 37 pairs of thai and they will be among the first h closed for many of them a:s pr worsted fabrics and some impont fancy Scotch tweeds that are exct lent value at the regular price: 54.00. Clearance price, 2.88 LOT 5 This lot is made up air ly of high grade worsteds and d:!si pants and they are nearly all in 3; 34. 36, 38 waists as a rule, not m::: than two or three of a style, h: every one containing $5.00 worth c wear. Clearance price, 3.75 LOT 6 Men's high grade te sted dress pants; never so.d Its; than $6.00. Clearance price, 4.69 Owners and Oper ators of Ten Stores. I! II II II,! 01'.', P k HUNT BRATTLEBORO Vermont. HINSDALE. John Young, 80, died at hit home Sun day. F. E. Field ws in Boston part of the week. George Abbott hat moved hit family to Ashuelot. Walter Burnham it In town calling upon old friends. Mrs. W. . Gould it in Springfield, Mass., for a few days. Miss Margaret Dale has been visiting In North Hinsdale. Heiekiah F. Horton It expected at hit home here loon. John Roberta was out of town last week visiting a sister. Lyman Streeter ia In New York learnrng the barber' t trade. Miss Lena Liscom is visiting her sister, Mrs. James Sprague. John Roberts recently entertained two nephews of Fitchburg, Malt. Mrt. Harry Fisk of Springfield, Mass., is visiting at Edward Stebbint'l. Edward Bliss of Underbill, Vt., is at G. L. Parker's for an indefinite time. Miss Margaret Mack la visiting relatives in Harrisville and South Vernon. Lorenzo Bergeron hat been tigned at pitcher on the Keene baseball nine. Mrt. Ernest Thayer is entertaining her mother, brother and tister of Vernon. Mrs. Burgess of PittsAeld, Mass., is the guest of her cousin, Mrs. W. O. J. Martin. George Weed of Leominster, Mass., visit ed at the home of M. S. Leach last week. Eugene Savage has returned home after taking a two weeks' vacation from hia work. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Holland enjoyed an outing at Spofford lake part of last week. Miss Beatrice Currier, who ia employed in Keene, tpent Sunday at her home here. Mrt, Elnora Donovan and Mra. Wallace Bailey are confined to their hornet by illnett. Miss Susie Hanrahan is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pearson in Brightwood, Mass. Mist Jennie Phillips spent a few dayt last week visiting her tister, Mrt. F. M, Ful ler. Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Aldrich entertained Mr. and Mrs. Charles Maton of Keene Fri day. Pauline Archibald of Claremont it spend ing a few dayt with Mr. and Mrs. Will Watson, Mrt. Julia A. Far will go Saturday to visit indefinitely in Athol and Springfield, Mats. Capt. C. P. Hall of Shelburne Falla, Matt., was a recent guest of Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Leach. One of the numerous aoap clubs in town met with Mra. George A. Robertson Tuesday afternoon. Clifford Cantlin of Stafford Springs, Conn., vUited hit uncle, Fred Cantlin, a few dayt last week. Mra. R. M. Langworthy and daughter, Lamoille, are viaiting friends and relative! in Vermont. Mr. and Mra. B. R. Black of Worcester, Mass., are in town for a week or two visit ing relatives. Mist Lissie Booth it In Northampton for a few weeks' visit with ber titter, Mrs. Jamea Burnt. Mist Sevigni entered Brightwood mlllt Tuesday, where she haa employment in the finishing room. Misa Jennie Duggan haa employment in the office of the Granite State Mowing machine shop. Mrs. W. F. White is hsvlng a visit from her mother and sister, Mrs. and Mist Eaton of Ware, Mass. Charlie Bailey ia visiting hia grandpa rents, Mr. and Mra. John Chamberlain, in Warwick, Mass. Edward Thayer of Amherst, Mass., a for mer townsman, ia stopping a few daya at Hotel Ashuelot. Samuel O'Neal ia acting as watchman at Amidon mills during the absence of their regular watchman. Miss Laura Ripley came Thursday to spend a week or 10 days with her cousin, Mrs. Nellie "Worden. Walter Scott has closed his engagement at Haile Frost mills and gone to Somcr ville, Conn., to work. A dance Is to be given this evening in Foresters' hall under the auspices of the firemen of the town. Mrt. Robert A. Weeks and ton, Harold, returned last week from a visit of two weeks at North Shackly, Me. "Jack" Davenport carried a party to Northfleld Sunday with hit Hinsdale and Brattleboro stage team. Clifford Royce ia employed at Hotel Ashuelot in place of Henry Black who hat just finished work there. Mist Adelia Kelley of Bellows Fallt it home to help care for her brother, Frank Kelley, who ia very low. Mr. and Mrt. William Pierce of Clare mont are visiting Mrs. Pierce'! sister, Mrs, Fred Knapp, on Tower hill. Mra. Mattie E. Sergeant, who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. James Snow, is in Northfleld for a few daya. Do not forget that a fine supper and a jolly good time await you Wednesday, Aug, 22, at the Catholio lawn party. Robert W. Field of Springfield, Mass., is spending part of hia vacation with his pa rents, Mr. and Mra. F. E. Field. The running team of the fire department will compete in the races at Webster, Masa., Sept. 1, and at Athol Labor day. Mr. Davenport, with hii two-horse team, carried another party of people to North field Tuesday to the evening service. Mrs. George Stevens and Master Elwln Stevens went Wednesday to visit Mrs. Ste vent't mother in Milton Mills, N. H. William Kimball haa returned to his home in Boston after spending two weeks with his family at Edward StebbinVs. During the last two weeks in August the library will be open Wednesday and Satur day evenings and Saturday afternoons.' Miss Antoinette Bergeron went Wednet- day to remain a few dayt with Misa Ger trude Wheeler in Baldwinsville, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Thorns Butler visited last week with their son and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Butler, in Fitchburg, Mass. Mist Vinnie Tilden returned Monday af ter aeveral weeks' absence with friends and relative! in Bellowt Fallt and Barre, Vt. A good nnmber from the Canado-Ameri-caine society are attending the convention in Keene for members throughout New Eng land. Mrt. E. I. Latham and aon, Wayne, have returned from a few daya tpent with sis ters in Keene and are now with Mrs. E. Bergeron. Mrs. Frank Stebbint and child of South Vernon tpent a few dayt with her parent!, Mr. and Mrt. Aahbel Meacham, the last of the week. Quincy Adams Sawyer played to fairly j well filled house Thursday. Most of the ac tors are the same as those who appeared here before. Misses Addie and Lena Blouin of Fall River, Mass., have returned to their home after spending two weeks with their uncle, N. A. Blouin. Rev. and Mra. Trickey went to Wolfboro Monday, where they will remain until after the meeting of the veterans' association at the Weirs. A number from here attended the morn iug service at the auditorium in Northfleld Sunday and listened to an excellent sermon by Dr. Torrey. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Howe and two chil dren have gone to Sharon, N. Y., where fhey will remain a few weeks before going to their home in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Snow and daughter and Mrs. Mattie E. Sargent went Thursday to Dover, N. H., where they will stay the remainder of the summer. Miss Vickery, who was a nurse in the family of Walter Todd for several months, is spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Todd and Mist Minnie Todd. Mrs. A. J. Bolles and three children, Mrs. F. Bealt and daughter of Keene, and Mist Watson of Northfleld, Mass., were enter tained Friday by Mrs. D. C. Nims. The Foresters held a dance at their hall Saturday evening which was well attended. Music was furnished by an orchestra of six pieces that has been organised in town re cently. Misses Alice and Nellie Graney of Hol yoke, Mass., are visiting with the Graney family. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gilliland and son were guests of John and Miss Jennie Graney. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hannan and child are visiting Mr. Hannan's tister, Mrs. J. E. Mann. Mrs. Hannan was taken very ill Sunday but the last reports state that she it improving. Miss Eva C. Robertson has been enter taining Miss Lucile L. Lathrop of Limerick, Me., Miss Fanny L. MacKenzie of South- ington, Conn., and Mist Mary Dodge of Man-chester-by-the-8ea. The next attraction at the opera house will be Guy Brothers' minstrels, which will appear Tuesday, Aug. 21. This troop comes highly recommended and, for lovers of min strelsy, will be a treat. An addition is being built on the front of the finishing room at Haile & Frost's mill in which is to be prism glass to im prove the light. Two perches for sneckinc are to be there instead of the one that ia there now. The freight train going toward Keene Tuesday night accidentally uncoupled when it left the station and caused considerable trouble. The front of the train had reached the new paper mill before the cars were found to be missing. Misses Minnie Snow and Myra Owen and Master Jonn Snow went this mornina- to York Beach, Me., where they expect to re main for two weeks. They will be joined at Winchendon by Miss Inei Snow, a niece of. Miss Minnie Snow. The convention of the 14th senatorial dis trict, of which Hinsdale is a Dart, will ha held in Troy at the Monadnock hotel Sept. 25 at 10 a. m. The Cheshire county con vention will be held in the Keene courthouse the following day at 11 o'clock. The horses on the Brattleboro ice team were frightened at an automobile last week while they were standing in the yard back of the hotel. They cleared themselves from the wagon and broke apart and ran down the atreet hut were toon caught. But little dam age waa done. WEST CHESTERFIELD. Arthur 8toddard expectt to go to Ludlow to work loon. Mrs. Rose Randall entertained two of her friends from Bellows Falls this week, Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Royce. Mrs. Lucy Ashley's brother, Mr. Wake field, of Worcester, Mass., and a niece of Dallas, Tex., visited her recently. Mrs. Forgette and Master Clinton Rice and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Randall went on the excursion to Block Island last Satur day. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Spring have moved back from Putney. Mr. Spring has a job of sawing out several million feet of spruce lumber at Ludlow. All membert of Spofford grange are re quested to be present next Saturday even ing. A man from Brattleboro will entertain the gathering with his graphophone. Mrs. Charles Warwick of Putney ia with her mother, Mrs. Ira Farr. Her husband has gone to Bloomsburg. Pa., to work and everything is satisfactory. They will make their home there. MOUNTAINSIDE. Miss Hannah Lisner hat returned to her home in Boston. Mrs. Frances H. Tourr of Brattleboro it a guest of the house for a few weeks. Waldo Rouillard and Harry Enot Rouil lard attended the Churchill rally at Hins dale last week. The latest arrivals are: Mrs. C. C. GUI and Miss Bertha E. Gill of New York, and Mist imma B. Gill of Washington, D. C. Fourteen went from here on a ttraw ride te attend the performance of Quincy Adams Sawyer at the Hinsdale onera house laat week. Rev. Harry Enos Rouillard and familv are getting the full benefit of Mountainside air by living in a tent which is -verv conRnicnmia from the lowlands. Two wagon loads of young neoDle made a merry picnic party when with laden lunch boxes they started to spend the day Tues day at Spofford lake. An entertainment was a-iven at tbo hm,.a on Wednesday evening under the direction of Mrs. W. F. Mosely. It consisted of liv ing pictures, music and fancy dancing. All the participanta were in coatnma Th nn. taking fcaturea were a lolo by Miss Beatrice Roulhard, The Dancing Dolls, Misses Hyne man and Lisner and a Darktown picnic by Mirandy and her pickanniny, Mrs. Arthur Rouillard and Mra. Simon Hyneman in black face. 4:10 p. m. Week days for Vv toj and New xork via orr. Steamer; connects at Palmer fv ton. 4:23 p. m. Daily for SprinfGtll Vnrk 5 :45 p. m. Week daya for Sows te derry. 8:29 p. m. Sunday only, for SpWP and New York. J. E. BENTLEY, Gen'I Pass, if RUTLAND RAILROAD TIME TAB1 Corrected to June 24, 1906. Tmu Bellowt Falls aa follows: Daily einpt daya unless otherwise noted. GOING NORTH. 6:30 a. m. Mixed for Rutland an! mfulifttA at.Atinna. pnnnectist train for Burlington and OgilKt 12:00 noon. Mail for Rutland, Bm and 8t. Albans. , lnnit Riilinfl.tnn Mnntreal. H1' Oc-denatiiira- and St. Albanl. F; Parlor Car for Burlington tu 8:45 p. m. Local Express for Bj Burlington and intermedials it3 11:80 p. m. Night Express uany t.w. rAnnl . nrl till WMt nirri.'niliiin Hnllv eti'eDt fnr Montreal. A .nit - m aj... PnSAHltf Rutland, Burlington and AIM1, Trains arrive at Bellows Falls '" North : 2:25 a. m. Night Express Daily. o.io a. m. ljooai irom nuuauu. , 12:15 t. m Sundava onlv from R"1" 1:00 p. m. Mail from Burlineton. :io p. m.- wreen .mouuiiwh A a T, tn lli.J f,nm Rutland. C. F. DALY, Passenger Traffic Mi; C. A. MM MO, General Passenge' Hf- Rutland, vt. RAILROADSi CENTRAL VERMONT RAILWAY. EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 1906. Traini leave Brattleboro at follows: 1:27 a. m. Week days for Springfield and New York. 5.28 a. m. Daily for Springfield, week daya for New York. 7:25 a. m. Week dayi for' New London: connects at Millert Fallt for Troy: at t.Kc Palmer 'or, Worcester and Botton. T.50 a. m. Week dayi for South London derry. 9-07 New'ToTk"'' da3" Sprinfleld 10:15 a. m. Week dayi for New London, connecting for Boston via Millers Falls or Palmer. &ew'Yorireek d5'" SprinaeI4 d 8' PNew7ktek Uy for sPrinefieI a BOSTON & MAINE RAILROAD. Summer Arrangement. In effect June 25, j BsAAMAlM-iaMOtS a art ct - - " tO 09 CI e ia Sf w i O rt -t r M i ; ; : o 6 s . . . artrt 02 aWOOt-Mt-iftC f-s a w i ac ac co t-t B0iflSNf'- O lO US 3 l O c w r . sao'c;; B in - , t- x 2 -.itiww" - o o s o g f is JS p sr s i 9 h h b a m cc ct; C x a a j j 4 Sundav trains leave MAffti . 4 ok in ID " r- vrl. at 6.28 a. m, 4.23 and D. J. FLANDERS Gen. Pass, and 1 s e e ' ii-l ...'.! .