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WINDHAM COUNTY REFORMER, lmATTLEIlOUO, VT., FRIDAY, .OCTOnEIt 12, 100-
V I i- OUGflfOK & dlMOKDS THREE FLOORS DEVOTED EXCLUSIVELY TO DRY GOODS BRATTLOORO Colored Wool Dress Goods At 12 I -2c Yard 32-im'h Scotch Plaids, Wool Finish, for children'! dresses, variety of patterns. At 25c Yard .'IG-inch Henriettas in dark green, Alien lilun. hlnck nnd red. 06-iuch Poplar Cloth, extra quality. uiai'K, Willie, nine unu reu. 38-inch Scotch Plaids, mnnv new patterns. :27-ineh Tricot TlanneU, all colors At 50c Yard SC incli Henriettas, red, navy, brown una uiiu'K. 38-ineh Nun'a Veiling in red, navy, brown, light blue, nile, .champagne, casior, uiiick nn wime. 36-invh Panama Cloth, a hard twist ed all worsted, in black, navy, Alieo blue, reseda groen, and red. 36-iue.h All Wool Venetian Cloth, in all the new greys, brown nnd navy. 38-iuch Vigoreux Serge, in Oxford grev nnd military blue. 44-inch White Bedford Cord for chil dren 's coats and jackets. 38-inc.h Mixed Suitings, a splendid large line in all the now color com binations. Oxford greys, dnrk rich reds with checks and plaided effects, green and blue checks, green and red invisible checks, red and black combinations. 3S-inch Shepherd Plaids, both blue and black checks. 38-inch Special Grey Suitings, plaid ed in the most popular fall de signs. 38-inch Scotch Plaids in Great Va riety of patterns. At 59c Yard 45-inch Storm Serges in navy and Diack. 42-inch All Wool Cheviots in red tin-v Krnn'n rrreon nnd lilack. 42-incii Shepherd Plaids in black and wlute and brown and white. 42-inch Henrietta, nuvy and white 30-inch Oxford grey Panama. Black Wool Dress Goods At 75c Yard 44-inch All Wool Henrietta, brown, red and navy. 42-inch India Twill, brown, navy and blaek. 46-inch Crepe Armure in Alice Iduc, reseda green, and black. 52-inch Panama doth, navy, hrown nnd black. 52-inch Covert Cloth in Oxford grey. 40-inch All Wool Melrose, navy, green, brown, and eastor. 44- inch Panama in navy. 50-inch Panama in dark green. 45- inch Heavy Mannish Suitings, plaided effect! in Oxford greys, navvs and greens. 42-inch Special Value Panama Suit ings, handsome new effects, brok en plaids in three shades of grey. 45-inch Panama and German Vigor eux Suitings in Oxford greys. At $1.00 Yard j 42-inch Silk and Wool Crepe de Chine, navy, reseda, light grey, Alice blue, white, tans nnd browns. 45-inch Panama Cloth in the new greys. 44-inch All Wool Henriettas, red, navy, brown, light blue, pink, black and white. 48-inch Pine All Wool India Twill, navy and black. 44-inch Silk Finish Prunella, navy, browns, greens ana oiiicit. 50-inch All Wool Broadcloth, all col ors. 46-inch AH Wool Shepherd Plaids. 52-inch All Wool Panama Cloth, all colors. 40-inch Silk and Wool Scotch Plaids. Dress Pattern Lengths in handsome variety. Exclusive novelties in the new plaids (all colorings) and the new greys. At $1.25 Yard 52-inch "Bain Proof" Cravenettes in brown, navy, grey and black mixtures. 54-inch All Wool Broadcloths, all colors. ' 40-inch White Lansdowne. 52 and 54-inch Fine Worsted Suit ings in the new grey mixtures. 50-ineh Pure Worsted Suitings in castor, grey, green and navy. T?nised ttlnid line. 50-inch Exclusive Dress Patterns in Panamas and Plaid Sackings in novelty designs especially desir able, the new greys. At $1.39 Yard 46-inch Scotch Plaid Suiting. At $1.50 and $1.98 Yard 50-inch New Plaid Suitings and Mix tures. Very exclusive novelties in exclusive dress patterns. At 25c Yard .'iii inch lilack Henriettas. ."Hi-inch lilack Poplar Cloth. 27-inch Black Flannel. At 50c Yard .'Winch lilack Nun'g Veiling. .'Ill-inch lilack Panama Cloth. 38-inch lilack English Mohair. 42-inch lilack Henrietta, Fancy lilack Albatross, raised silk hue. 38-inch lilack Shadow Check Pan ama. At 59c Yard 44-inch lilack Fancy Panama Cloth. 44- inch Black Henrietta. 45- iuch Black Storm Serge. At 75c Yard 44-inch Black Voile. 4S-inch Black Cheviot Serge. 44-inch Jilack Shadow Check Pan ama. 44- inch Black Lustrous Henrietta. 45- inch Black India Twill. 44-iuch lilack Silk Lustre Sicilean. 42-inch Black Nun's Veiling. 42-inch Extra Quality Panama. 50-inch Black Panama, 44-inch Black Melrose Crepe. At 79c Yard 42-inch Black Nun'g Veiling, shad ow checks. 42-inch Blaek Crepe Armure. 42-inch Shadow Check Nun's Veil lug. At $1.00 Yard Silk Dress Goods The Silk Counter is one of our bus iest departments. Nothing but relia ble qualities find their way to this section. The blacks are ail made by the Brainerd & Armstrong Company or the " Money bak" Company and are fully guaranteed. 1!) inch AU Silk Taffetas, with fin ished selvedge, in all colon), 60c yard 19-inch Special, extra Value Taffeta in black only, 69c. yard Brainerd & Armstrong' "Wear Guaranteed" Taffeta, in every wanted color, 75c. yard 27-inch All Silk Taffetas, In all changeable colors, 75c. yard 20-inch All Silk Black Peau de Soie, voc. yara :7-inch Black Taffeta, anteod", nt wenr guar 75c. yard All Silk Crepe de Chine, 24-inch black, white, pink, and blue, 98c. yard 20-inch heavy Peau de Cygne, made by lirainerd Jc Armstrong, in all plain nnd changeable colors, also black and white, $1.00 yard Yard wide All Silk Black Taffeta, Jl.uu yard Pure Silk Satin, black and white. 11.00 yard 14-inch heavy black Peau de Soie, i.uu yarn r-inch B. & A feta. Black Chiffon Taf $1.00 yard 54-inch Black Serge. 50-inch Black India Twill. 45-inch Black Melrose. 44-inch Black Eoxanna Suiting. 45-inch Black Nun's Veiling. 45-inch Black Tamise Cloth. 40-inch Black Silk Warp Crepe. 42-inch Black Silk Prunella. 42-inch Black Silk Finished Henri etta. 42-inch Black French Voile. 54-inch Black Broadcloth. 42-inch Black Prunella, fancy polka Uots. 46-uich Black English Sicilian. 42-inch Black French Poplin. 50-inch Black Cheviot. At $1.25 Yard 48-inch Black India Twill, very fine. 50-ineh Black Undressed Worsted. 40-inch Black Lansdowne. 2-ineh Black Silk and Wool Novel ty. ;5-inch Black Drap de Alma. 46-ineh Black Imperial Serge. 50-inch Black Cheviot. 54-inch Black Broadcloth. At $1.39 Yard 42-inch Black Silk Warp Crepe. 40-inch Black Eolienne. 48-inch Fancy Armure. 50-inch Imperial Serge, sponged and shrunk. 60-inch Black Panama. At $1.50 Yard 54-inch All Worsted, Heavy Black Cheviot, steam shrunk and sponged, snot nroof. 42-inoh Black Etamines. 42-inch Black Crepe, half silk. 44-inch Black Nun's Veiling, very fine. 54-ineh Black Broadcloth. 'nrd wide B. & A. Guaranteed Black Taffeta, $1.25 yard 26-inch "Moneybak" Guaranteed Taffetas, $1.25 and $1.50 yard 20-inch "Moneybak" Louisienfi, Guaranteed $1.25 yard Skinner's Guaranteed Lining Satins, in all colors, guaranteed to wear two seasons. Yard wide nt $1.37 yard Brainerd & Armstrong's best heavy black Peau de Soie, 20-inch, $1.50 yard 36-inch "Moneybak" Peau de Sole, guaranteed $2.00 yard SPECIAL Handsome collection newest plaid silks in exclusive waist pnttern lengths only, at 75c, $1.00 and $1.50 yard Colored Wocl Waistings Special Large Line Scotch Flannols in all colorings, 30 inch, dac. yara Exclusive Patterns in Fancy Wool Waistings; Albatross or batiste, all wool or silk and wool weave; mostly light grounds, silk embroid ered 39c. to 59c. yard Cotton Washable Fabrics For Cold Weather Outing Flannels in wide variety of patterns and colorings. Special at 8c. yard Outing Flannels in the best qualities, all colorings ana patterns; aiso plain white, cream, pink, light blue, navy and red. Extra value at 10c. yard Mollotte Fleece Back Goods for house dresses and wrappers; all colorings, 10c. yard Wexford Cheviots; cotton imitation of the wool goods, 12 l-2c. yard Bath Robe and Kimona fleece effects in handsome new patterns, 12 l-2c. yard 32-inch French Flannel Patterns, 15c. yard Heavy Bath Bobe and Kimona Flan nels, 17c. yard Double Face Cotton Eiderdown in fancy patterns, 25c. yard Plaided Ombres, wool fabrics, Matchless Assemblage of Choice New Dress Goods Oui showing of Fall and Winter Dress Fabrics outclasses all previous efforts. The rich and beautiful patterns will tell the tale better when you see our lines than it is possible for us to describe them in this limited space. Every new weave and coloring embraced in this collection. Note the variety of Plaids, 25c to $r.98 yard. OUR MAIL ORDLR SERVICE, is ready to send you samples of any of these goods by return mail answer any inquiry the same day received. imitation of the 19c. yard WRITE THE MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT FOR SAMPLES THE NEW Dress Trimmings and Laces ARE HERE. We'll Gladly Mall You Samples. White Mercerized Waistings In both light and heavy weights. Plain and fancy weaves. Splendid material for washable waists, 15c, 19c, 29c, 35c, 39c, 45c. yard Requests for Samples Promptly Filled William I.Uneaan la Ureenn.ld Mob- ir. Mix A III Iorkt It ponding lb k la lluiiun. I Ned Hay wi la Hartford Saturday oa bualnvai. I'rrlry flatea ipenl Hunilay at hll buma la Krone, .V. II. Mr. and Mra. K. K. Thayer vera la Kne, .V. II., Monday. Clyde C. Cutler la anrudluf tht weak la Nurlutileld, Vt. William Hunt haa been apendlnf Ilia week In Kerne, X, II, K. Walra wai In New York city Wedura day on buaineta. Mlia Mary Cummlna-a went to lloaton Mon day fur lew da 1. John J. Auilin ajient the Drat of (he week , In riprinfnelil, aiaai. Mlaa I.lla Jnhniun apent Bunday at her home In Hernardalun, John llraanr, day elerk at the Drooki houae, la taking- a wwk'i vacation, I Mra. K. II. Howard la amending- the week' at the home of her mother in Humervllle, ! Man. j Walter Itraaor of Springfield la (pending a 1 two werki' vacation wiih hi parenla on 1'ine at reel. I Arthur Hyde of (Urn Core, I.. I., la apend 1 1 nig the week In town, 1 1ts luent of hit , parent. K. I.. Parker waa in llnp.-dale, Maia . Mon ' day to attend the funeral of hia uncle, N'ewell 1 X. XeUon. Mn. (i, II. Hi. nd Irft Monday morning- fur a vioit with her tiater iu Orange, Maia., for two wei-kt. Mra. O. II. Ky.t.r went to Rant Windaor Hill. Conn., Wt-dneidjiy to viait at the home of her winter. Mra. Albert Ilsrvey ha been railed to Xew Verk city on account of the illm-g of her Run, l.i-on H.ir?ey. Mihtt Hirattnn ia on a vacation and Mra. Thnrn ia aiaying with Mra. llurnham while she it at.aciit. Mita Katherine Itialey of Hartford, t'onn., ia apending the wet'k with Mra. t A. Mcltae 011 Canal atreet. Col. J. (iray Kitey and William K. Hatkell ' were pn-aent at the automobile racea on Long j Island Huturday. I Mra. ('live fvirgenl and daughter. Miaa . Alihle llarwood, are viaiting rt'lativea in 1 Springfield, Masa. j Mra, 0, W. Iiunham returned Friday from ' ' Itiiaton, where ahe went to attend the wed- : j ding of a relative. ' , William Chase, formerly employed in the I 1 shoe store of rred 8. Knight, ia working at j IMinham ilrothera. I j I'r. W, II, I.ane went to Ham- Wednesday I lo attend the annus! meeting of the Vermont 1 Htote Medical society. j ' Kdward Morse of thia town and brother! Frank of llostnn are camping near Ktnttton : Hind on a hunt tug: trip. ALWAYS THL LEADING Suit and Overcoat House, Our Line this Season Leahes no "Room to Doubt the fitness of this Title. Our stock and facilities are greatly increased necessarily so to take care of our rapidly growing ready-to-wear business. Suits and Overcoats $10 to $20 We should deem it a pleasure to show you our Fall line. 100 Suit Patterns, Foreign and Domestic Woolens, to Sell at Less than Their Value. - s ei 7 mmi Hi: I) Copyright 1906 by Hart Schaffner ii Marx Wilfrfd K. KiMit rcliirnrd todnv from Mont- j pi'ltcr, hrro he tu-nd-d a mrrtiuj? of ttif i nlnt Iriiard f phnrmacj'. I Mitx Kdith Harnurd 'f Kt Hartford, ; ('(inn., han hvvn the (tui-ii nt Mini Kdith Gil ! key during tho pant wei k. f Mr. T, W. Jnhiifion ot HfrnttrrUtun w '. h jrufsl of Min .in Kdt!y Tufudny on Iht j way home tr'ttn Hondville. I Onrcr K. Fmter returned j'terdsy afrr s viit of two wtM-ki nt the home of ! brother in Claremont, X. II. t . . . 1 Harry ellman of Iliirlington was an over- 1 Sunday visitor at the home of hia jiarmta, 1L. E. Perry & Company. PERSONAL AKD SOCIAL. j Mr. and Mrs. II. P. Wellman. I (leorge ITawkina haa left the employ position Krpoman Srot t and acri-pted ! Dunham Urothera' hoe store. ' John W. Woodward of Montreal returned I h'ime Sunday after upend in two weeks in I town tht jfuent uf I)r, J. L. Kathbone. j F. h. Houhtoa and J. Q. VUery har been , in Worcester, Mais., this we'k to attend the 1 Vhiteomb Holtein Krienin suction sale, t Atty. F. I. E. Stowt was in Woodstock t Tuesday and Wednesday,' on business con ) neeted with the Anderson bankruptcy cane. I Mis Helen Kenton went Tuesday to Mmt- pelier to act as stenographer for Attorney ' Oenernl Fills il urine the legislative seKftion. Mrs. Maverette Howe and Mrs. T. J. B. ; rudwf.rih hn-e returned from a visit with ! Mrs. Howe's son, fiuy Howe of Athol, Mans Charles O'Connor has finished work for the Niw Kncland Telephone company and irone ; to work an ni'ht rlerk at the llrooks houae, I Mrs. Winfrid Hubbard left Wednesday for I Springfield, Ma., where nhe will be em i ployed by the Kisk Rubber company as i j stenographer. I J. .T. Reed of Vorthfteld, Mass., is employed ; in Kmeraon's furniture store to take the i place of Kdward Russell, who has gone to j Newfoundland. Miss Alice Dale of Townshend visited va rious friends in town Wednesday on her way I to Ottawa, where she will spend a year in nninical study. ' Mrs. Albert J. Pullon of Fond du Lac. ! Wis., came to lirattleboro Tuesday on nerount 1 of the critical illness of her mother, Mrs. ! William Mather. Minn Mary Hooker has accepted a position with the lirattleboro Xew company to take tho nine nt Mi T.illim. LitveHe. who re- ' sitrned lust week. Miss Mary K. Horton is spending several weeks in New York city. Her place at K, L. j Hildreth & Co.'s is being taken by Miss Nellie Eddy. I Ir. C. R. Aldrich was in Xew York Tues j day, returning Wednesday night. He went to j Hnrre yesterday to attend the State Medical j aasocintion meeting. ! Mias Mabel Htevens, who has been spend- : ing a week In Chieopne, Mass., has returned to her duties as stenographer in, the Xew j Kngland Farmer office. I Mr. nnd Mrs. Caldwell of Xew York city ! were guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. h. Hunt over Sunday. Mr. Caldwell is one of the officers of the National Novelty corporation. Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton Whithed of Grand Forks. X. I)., who have just returned from a I stay of several months in Henna ny, have been visiting in town n part of this week. Carlos K. .Tones, superintendent of the Drnttlehoro street railway, left Tuesday on an extended tour of the west. He will visit in Montana, Colorada and California. George H. Hall, who has been assisting in taking the census of Rrattleboro, returned Tuesday to Albany, N. Y., to resume his ; studies at the Albany Business college. I Ray Amid'on and Arthur Roberts left Sun- A. (I Vn. Vnwlr Thnv business with a pleasure trip while absent. Rev. H. R. Miles has been in North Adams, Mass., this week to attend the meeting of the American board. Rev. C. 0. Pay, formerly of this town, presided at one of the meetings Tuesday evening. Hr. F. H. O'Connor went yesterday to New York city, where he will tnke n coursa of six weeks in the Post Graduate hospital. He will be nt home Saturdays and Sundays dur ing that time. H. X. Hills of Xew Y'ork city, one of the capitalists largely interested in the Twin ! yesterday nn business, going from here to Dover, X. H. Miss Marion M. Rice, who has been travel ling in Europe during the past four months, sailed from Rotterdam Saturday on the steamship Nieuw Amsterdam and will prob ably arrive in New York city Monday. J. Willard Cobb attended the automobile races on Long Island Saturday, the guest of his cousin, Liston G, Ketehum of New York city. Mr. Cobb also saw the races at Brigh ton Beach while away. Invitotions were issued Tuesday to the wedding reception of Miss Lillian Lavelle and James B. Hamilton of Montreal, Oct. 27. Mr. Hamilton is a travelling representative of the Bell Telephone company in Canada and formerly lived in this town. Charles Warren and family moved this week to the house of William Morse on Elm street. Mr. Warren has accepted a position Stellman's machine shop. He haa been employed for the past several years as fore man in the cabinet shop in Putney. Mrs. George Odell was an over-Sunday1 visitor in Keene, X. H. Mr. and Mrs. George Stone left for Boston Tuesday to be gone several days. Miha Rita kle has secured a position at ' the Smith companv factory. Mrs. I, tui is Ellis will finish work for Dun- j ham iirothers Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reed of Bernardston, ! Mass., were in town yesterday, ,MtiS Kdith I'rana Grant spent Sunday at ' her home in Bernardnton. Max. ; Mr. and Mrs. George Joslin visited rela tives iu (Spofford. N. H., Sunday. Miss Belle Guild is spending a few days in Boston, leaving here this morning. Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Clay and daughter Eleanor went to North The t ford this morning. Mra. F. E. Young went to Burlington Fri-1 day to visit her daughter. She returned j Tuesday. Florin Tike and family have moved from ; Highland street to Mr. Haskell's house on! Elm street. Mrs. James P. Ferriter underwent an I operation for appendicitis at the Rrattleboro Memorial hospital Tuesday, Mrs. A, P. Fihher and family have moved ; from apartments over, Keuch's store to the lioyden block on Elliot street, ('"1. and Mrs. Kittrede Ha skins will at- j tend the state convention of Colonial Dames held at Moutpelier next Friday. Mr, and Mrs. M. J. Austin left today for their home in Xew Y'ork city after a three weeks' visit with relatives in town. Col. G. H. Bond and Col. H. E. Taylor left Monday morning on a carriage tour of the state. The t r ix is expected to occupy 10 days. Dr. John J. McGrath of New York city was in town Tuesday and Wednesday and per formed several operations at the Memorial hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Sanford E. Stacey of Spring- held, Mass., are spending a few days with their daughter. Mrs. C. F. W. Cunningham, on Green street. Miss Alice Phillips has broken up house keeping and gone to live with her sister, Mrs. H. E. Chamberlain, on Western avenue. She will rent her house. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Guild were in Boston the early part of the week. Mr. Guild re turned Wednesday, but Mrs. Guild will re main for some time longer. W. A. Miller, H. A. Phinney, H. V. Reed i and Thomas T. Harding of Arlington, Mass., passed through the town yesterday on a horseback tour of this state. Miss Retta Howe of Jamaica and Miss Annie Rodden of this town have entered the employ of Dunham Brothers, the former as a stenographer, and latter in general office work. ffoUGflfOK&SlNOKDS Special Petticoats (Basement Floor) A Big New Stock For Fall Is here and we can show you exceptional values now At 69c. Black IVttieonts of good quality mercerized sateen. At 98c. Blaek Tetticoats of fine mercerized sateen in many styles, with wide flaring flounces "and shirred headings. With deep flounces, hemstitched ruffles and tailored straps. Others with plaited ruffles. At $1.25 Black Petticoats of fine mercerized sateens in two styles. Deep flounces, hemstitched "and tucked ruffles. At $1.39 Three styles, black mer cerized sateen Petticoats. Regular $1.50 qualities. All special at this price. At $1.50 Three special values this price in tine mercerized salt Petticoats. Three new style". At 51.75 A Featherweight Blai'k Pettieoat: special lk'lit weiirht sub stitute for taffeta silk. Speeiu this price. At $1.89 Italian Cloth Tettieoats. Permanent finish of a beautiful soft mercerized sateen. At $2.00 Handsome Petticoats ot Colonial cloth. Permanent tiuish, light sateen. At $2.25. S2.50 to S2.98 Hand some novelties in clossv. hinli fin'!1 mercerized sateens. BIRTHS. In East Jamaica, Oct. 7, a daughter, Doris Isadore, to Mr. and Mrs. Roe Robinson of Jamaica nnd grand dausliler to Mr. and Mra. J. C, Robinson pnd Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Doane. In Hinsdale, X. H., Oct. 7, a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Lovey. In East Putney, Oct. 10, a son to Mr, and Mra. George T. Aplin. In West Dover, Oct, 5, a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. James McRae and grand-daughter to Mrs. Nancy Hnssell. MARRIAGES. In Rrattleboro. Oct. 9. hv Rev. E. Q. S. Os good, Urban L. Howe Rnd Miss Ida A. Young, both of Putney. In West Townshend, Oct. 9. by Rev. A. Edward Martin, Carroll D. Boyden and Miss Louise Payton Stowell. In Bellows Falls, Sept. 24, by Rev. J. C. Jackson, Arthur H. Dodge of Springfield and Miss Grace A. Heseock, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Heseock of West Brattleboro. TO MAIL ORDER CUSTOMERS: We have special leaflets illustrating the above styles, which mc wni giuuiy man upon request. DEATHS. In Rrattleboro, Oct. 10, Paul S. Willis, 76. In Brattleboro, Oct, 12, Mrs. Almira J. Foil, 74. In Hopedale, Mass., Oct. 4, Newell N. Nel son. 81. In West Dummerston, Oct. 7, Chester Washer, 65. In Putney. Oct. 6, Marshall Pierce, 94. In Hinsdale, Oct. 8, Ernest, 15 months old son of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Thayer. In West Brattleboro. Oct. 7, George Still man, infant son' of Mr. and Mrs. George M. Holbrook. Heatherbfoom Petticoats These popular petticoats that came into such favor last spring are represented larger than ever in the new fall stock. Blaek Heathertdoom Petticoats at $2.00, $2.25, $2.75 and $2.98. Colored Heatherblooms at $2.00. Silk Ruffles . Fine Black Mercerized Sateen Petticoats with silk ruffles at $3.98. Moreen Petticoats black $1.39, k taf- Silk Jloreen Petticoats in in splendid variety at 98c, $1.98, $2.98 and with a deep si leta ruffle at $4.25. Mohair Petticoats Pure Wool Mnhnir Petieoats at $2.98. Gloria Petticoats A popular skirt fabric, a twilled sateen, handsome and verv liurable, at three prices, $2.75, $3.25 and S4. Black Silk Petticoats at S4.50. A special value, never before sold at less than $5.00. Extra good silk made very wide. Extra Value Silk Petticoats Made in three styles, black and colors, at the special price of $5.00. "Home Made" Make Silk Petticoats In black and colors, at $6.50, ST-50, $8.50, $9.50 and $10.00. Petticoat Stock all in the Basement with the Muslin Underwear. PEOBATE NOTICES, charge for probate notlcea The charge for probate noticea of the nsual length in the Reformer for the three weeki required by law is $2.00. Thii in clude! Commissioner!' Noticea, Will Notice! and Settlement Noticea. We ihall be gl4 to hare yon direct the Regiiter of Probate to aend your notice! to the Reformer. JOB PRINTING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. Vermont Printing Co., Brattleboro.