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VERMONT WATClMAN & STATR JOURNAX, THURSDAY DECKVBR 15, tQic
Now Enlnnd forccaBt Fair Thura-
dny, with brlBlt to hlgh soutliwcBt
winds; Frldny fnlr.
Everybody Likes Them and They Make GIFTY GIFTS
On our countcrs will be found thc pick of the best
manufacturers, both in this country and abroad.
TKE HOBBUE. bKWVTy1'
Piver's Right from Paris
Floramye Azurea Incarnate
Roger & Gallet's
Violet Sec. Heliotrope White Iris, etc.
All tho above odors in both cxlracts and toilct waters
NO BETTER PERFUME'S IN THE WORLD
OUR STOCK OF LEATHER GOODS
Collar and Cuff Boxes
Pocket Books, Purscs
A call at the Little Red Drug Store will be appreciated by the managc
ment whether you purchase or not, as we want everybody to see our stock.
Our Candy Case Is Replete with the Famous Belle Mead Sweets
the confectionery that is sure to make friends for itself. Nothing iike it in
Montpelier, and theexclusive agency is of course at the Little RedDrugStore
TelIpohre LOUIS C. RIVERS 25sf'Ve
THOU&HT IT WA'b
bUPFO'bED TO $OfT
OF IAOUD TrMOr.
3IADELL k COKHLEY
in a coracdy skctch cntitled
Suni-R-Boardcrs and Sum-R-Not.
In Physlcal culturc and hand
3IH. W. V. MOHLEY
will present hls llluatrated lec
ture 011 .Tnlict 1'rlson, show
lng this famous prison from
tho massive iron barred gates
to tho solemn but frequently
used graveyard. Hc also
rUows plctures of the famous
Cassie Chadwlck who was
conflned in this prison.
a Selig drama
Cliris Mnhoncy in Illustrnicd
I UC ADMISSION 1 0C
PEOPLE YOU KNOW
Conllnucd to .Tnnimrr 10.
Tlio hcarlng on tho flnai eottloment
of tho account of the admlnistrator
of tho cstate of Levl J. Walbrldge,
lnto of Cabot has boen continued to
January'10 in order to allow thc
heirs, who object to tho eettlemcnt
as proposcd, to look up scvoral mat
ters connectcd with the cstate.
Mr. and Mrs. Gcorgo Swaeey aro
moving from thn Hornbrook house
on Winter streot to tho home on
Main stroet formerly occupied by
Gcorge McClaughlln and famlly, who
havo gono to Burlington to livo.
Jack McGorghan of Rochmond, is
Gossip About Kesldents of Montpelier
nnd Snrroundlng Towng Wlio
Ylsit the City.
Lovers of Good Books
now have an opportunity to read the new popular books each month at 2
cents a day (no c.aargo less thon 4 cents), such as Thc Uosary, Mistress
of Shenstone, The Siego of Seven Suit ors, Xraas, the Rose in the Ring, Ailsa
Paige, Master of the Vineyard, His H our, Tho Rules of the Game, Flamsted
Quarrles, Kieth of the Border, etc, etc. Call and look rer our Book
lovers' Library. A lot of now books J ust recelved.
BUSWELL'S BOOK STORE, Montpelier, Vt.
Let your noxt new shoea be a
and be assured of a perfect fit and
tho latest styles, with the prlce
B. M. Shepard Company
21 State St. Montpelier
Worth framlng Is worth franilng well
and wo do it that way.
PICTURES for Xmas presents.
Let us show you our llne.
Successor to Harlow M. Smllh
38 STATE ST. Up Stairs
Read tlie Morning Journal. It
prlnts all the news of tne world when
it Is news.
Our showing of Holiday neckwear will interest
aDd please you. A. variety of novelty designs and
colors, in Four-iri-Hand, Persian and Brown effects
are the leaders for color and the flowing end is tho
popular shape. The knitted Four-in-hand is a very
popular Tie, made in all colors.
Ask to see the "Tu-in-one" Tie.
You can find here any kind of Tie.
Frank A. Adams
Opera House Block
Frank Miles of Newport Is in town
Ira Morso of Jeffersonville, ie vls
iting in town.
Miss Florence Seguin has heen ill
John P. McGlll is able to be out
aftor a sliort illness.
The condition of Lester ?reone was
unchanged last night.
Frank Johnson of Burlington call
ed in town yesterday.
(Miss Grace Kcefe of Northfield,
was in town yesterday.
F. E. Hlnsdale of Burlington was a
recent visitor in this clty.
Glenn- McKenstry is rapidly im
proving at Heaton hospUal.
Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Burroll of
Stowe were in town yesttrdny.
Henry Dunbar has gone to his homo
In St. Albans after a vlslt in town.
C. N. Farrlncton and O. H. Wllson
of Johnson were in town yesterday.
Larl Kingsley, ex-reprcsentatlve
of Rutland was in this city yester
Leroy Bliss is working for the
Consolidated Lighting company as a
Mr. and Mrs. William Henderson of
River street, are passing the week in
George Clogston has resumed work
as conductr fhe clectric cars af
ter a short illness.
W. H. Farrar, Holden Farrar aud
F. G. Vlnton hae returned from a
short stay in Boston.
Mrs. Thonias Herbert and Mrs.
Cora Herbert of Middlesex passed
yesterday in Montpelier.
Rov. W. S. Smithers goes to North
field Saturday to presido over a con
fercnce and will preach thore Sun-day.
Stato Agrictiltural Commlssionor
Orlando J. Martin of Plainfield Is
Burlington to attond the Stato
mvs. urace t. Ureck and snn
Roger of 1G! Main street are passing
tlio liolidays at Sprlngfield, Mass.,
and Newark, N. J.
Miss Bertha Dowing went to Plain
field yestorday to attend he funcral
of Bttrrage Marsh, who died In Wor-
ceser, Mass., Iast Saturday.
Mrs. Mary A. Cutlor loft for Jack
sonville. Fln.. yesterday. Sho wns ac
companlpd as far as Boston by hor
sister, Mra. Fred II. Sibloy and
Mrs. J. 13. Davidson nnd Miss
Stokcs loft last nlght for Portbnd.
Ore., whoro Mr. Davidson U located.
A largo party wns nt the stntion to
bid thom goodbye.
A Stowe Itom says that Miss Daisy
Hazeltlne, who is ill with appendicl
tis at Heaton hospltal in this clty,
has typhoid fevor. Miss Hazeltlne was
operated upon for appendlcltls some
Mrs. Frank M. Corry, wlfo of tho
ropresentatlve from Montpelier, en
tertalned at luncheon at 1 o'clock
yesterday afternoon at hor homo on
Loomle street In honor of Mrs. John
A. Mead, wifo of the Governor of tho
Prof. Molton, Now England's lead
Ing clairvoyant nnd palmlst, has op
oned an offico at 30 Pearl St., Barre,
for tho benefit of those who could not
consult liim in Montpelier. He will
be at Barre Mondays, Tuesdays and
Wednesdays, and can be consulted at
his Montpelier office, Thursdays Fri
days and Saturdays. Adv.
Attend Nichols' danclng class so-
clal in Woodmcn's hall, Barre, Thurs
day evening. Danclng 9:30-12. Ad-
mission, Gentlcmen 3nc, Iadle3 ls.
Rlley's orchestra. Adv. D14-2t
Genevieve H. Wilder
9 School Street
Ag'ent for first class Pianos
Scarf Pins i
Presents of Jewelry
are Lasting Reminciers
of those who Give
Xow's (lu Tlnie To Aef.
W. C. Colton, tho carrlage ropos
Itory man, Is to put up a good prlzo
for horso raclng 011 tho ico. Is therd
any ono olso who wlshes to he heard
011 the subject? Has anyono got a
siiggcstlon to make about calllng a
meotlng on tho matter? what are you
going to do about it?
Matineo at tho Armory today.
Rlloy's orchestra from Barre plays
for a danco In Northfield Frlday ovun
Ing, connected with NIcIioIb' danclng
school. Danclng untll 1 a. m. You
aro invlted. Admisslon, gentlemon
and lady 75u oxtra ladies lCc Adv.
"Dr. Thonias Eclectic 011 is tho best
remody for that often fatal dlsease
croup, Has boon used with success
in our famlly for olght years." Mrs.
Ij. Whiteacre, Buffalo, N. Y, adv.
8 State Street
Fish! Fish! Fisli!
Haddock - 12c lb.
Chicken Halibut 25c lb.
Swordfish - 25c lb.
Extra Large Mackerel
Smelt - - 25c lb.
Fresh Herring - 8c lb.
Oysters - 50c qt.
Scallops - 50c qt.
Fresh Smoked Finnan
Haddio - 38c lb.
Salt and Canned Fish of
"The Clean Market"
Main Street, Phone 352-3
Clef Club Concert
at the Armory
Friday, Dec. 1 6th
Come and hear the
Everett Piano and
The Clefs; they com
bine to furnish the
musical treat of the
Tickets for Sale Here
50c and 75c. Qet them early S
Why The Clef Club Use
There is not a flaw in the
scaleof the Everett Piano;
it is as clear as crystal
in thetreble, sympathetic
as the human voice in
the middle register, and
f ull, resonant and rich in
Clark & ricflaster
"riontpelier's flusic flart"
15 State St., flontpelier