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THE ST. JOHNSBURY CALEDONIAN, JANUARY 28,
1898. 6 I tprved Him Right. jFmm'mmmmm II " - THE TOWNS AROUND. BARNET. Kcv. Cole of St. Johnsbury Center exchanged with Kev. Joseph Honrdman last Sabbath. M-.P-afrVv nnd Walter sicve.io AA n pood thill aamiuni ....... . Elmer ?ta cKomir, plowing out the side church . . ii.. nnf future nv Slentplayandisd.ngo.ab Tnd n.r.iiWrom. Johnsbury to bfine e scenery rturch members are ur,n;d to Present 1.J;S.T. Wallace , M .Ann. ry walks before morning service, The Barnet Congregational church will hold their yearly election of oiiiter. TL schoolhouse -Xt Saturday af. ; nnntl a'tcr a umiH-i ch .Jl'ti s,ir Farnum ate the dinner committee. E. D. Morrill, an old veteran, who hai suffered much lor the past fc -year, dud last Tuesday evening and will be burtto Friday. EAST BARNET. Rev Mr. Cole from St. Johnsbury Cen ter preached here last Sunday afternoon. Hi. wns liked very much. a H (inmmell. who has long been in i.nlth. remains about the same, t.: .mHups that we hear of the U II w " , . Son rs of South Dakota, formerly of this o lace Mr. Somers died ot pneumonia, and in less than two weeks she. too, was ' ,c There are many .i.:, ,i..ti, mid the creat loss to their L lit. II vj. v - i family. WEST BARNET. t .i:. Airl snrii'tv will hold 1 I1C Hill" ..... ,. r.-l i. n vi aire hull 1'riuay ; I Let all come and have an old-fashioned .upperfor the small sum of ten cents, and a good time.im.. EAST CABOT. n Pncsell and wife of Littleton n visitinc relatives in town o ii rhnnrllrr and wife visited in T'lninficld last week. Mrs. Mattie White of South Ryegate is nnnini? at her father's, H. Dunn. A very pleasant time was enjoyed at S L. Houghton's last Tuesday evening. About GO were present. Cake and cofkc were served. Mrs. Clark and daughter of North Montpelier were at H. Goss' last week. mploycd to paint the singe wns here hia saw-mill, inc in faster than they can WEST DANVILLE. The saw-mill has been idle the past week on account 01 me uie.m.." driving gear. i.rni.1 T. Farrow of W amen Friday seeing about Iocs are coining be cut. . , Mrs. George Merrill returned irom i. Tohnsliury on Saturday. A bnll and supper at mikc i ... .- Tuesday, Feb. 1, witn a proi... - -g""'1 ti",c- . , Th, The ce harvest lias comnit..... nmerv at Danville is putting in u year's stock, also other parties. ct.nrvi Mfa iipxl rriuay iTL IMfl evening tne scnoiara dialogues and songs cents." Proceeds will go for the school. N F. O P. meet bi-monthly in Merrill s hall. Officers were day evening. Orleans County. At the annual meeting of the Orleans r.-t- Fair Ground Co.. the following officers Amory Ph., .-chill, vice oresidentg; row,, secretary; 0. D. Owen, treasurer; H. T. Seaver. super.n endent, L. .Ufford. F were cnosen; n. . Davison ana r. n. C. A. uur- have recitations. Admittance, 10 to buy a nag installed last Satur- WEST CONCORD. Ethan May. a long time resident of this place, died Saturday morning. He had been in poor health lor some time, was taken worse Wednesday night, and lived only until Saturday. Hewasvery kindly cared for through his illness by Rev. Mr. Hill. The luneral was held Sunday after noon, Rev. Mr. Hill officiating. Mr. May leaves one niece, Mrs. Mark Stiles, and several cousins. He was 80 years old. Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Knapp -returned from Massachuse ts. Monday, after an nhsence of three weeks. t v. Bingham has been attending the poultry show at St. Johnsbury this week. Mrs. 0. D. Cobleigh was canea io Hartford last week Wednesday, on ac count of the illness of her little grand daughter, Gracie Braley. About twenty members of the Eastern Star went to Lyndonville last week Wednesday. C. H. Dudley returned from Massachu 6ett last week. Nearly all the schools in town finished last week. The village schools close Fri day. ' F. R. Joslin took a party of 16 to Lit tleton Friday evening to the concert und all reDort a fine time. Mr. and Mrs. Eben Miltemore of Swcetsburg, P. Q., have been visiting at C. A. Miltcmore's he past week. M. G. Jeffers has moved his stock of goods from the Elmer Reed store to Gal lup Mills. Concert at G. A. R. hall Saturday even ing. The following are the officers of Con cordia lodce No. 43, 1. 0. 0. P.: N. G., V. T. Reed : V. G.. I. F. Hatch ; sec, C. L. Stacv; treas., GeorgeChapman ; war den. C.'C. White; con., E. H. Bazin; I. G. Robert Oliver; 0. G., John Gero; R. S.otN.G..L. F. Hull; L. S. of N. G, George II Donner; R. S. ol V. G , II. W. Gee; L. S. ol V. G., D. Lunnie; R. S. S., Walter Colby; L. S. S., W. J. Stafford; chap., C. L. Stacy. Followii g are the officersof Red Llover lodge, D. ol R., No. 27.: P. N. G., Mrs. Cclia Reed; N. G , Mrs. Sarah Bingham; V. G., Mrs. Ella Gee; sec, Mrs. Viola L. Stacy ; ticas., Mrs. Edith Brooks; war den. Miss Emma Currier; con., Mrs. Anna Huil; 0. G., C. L. Stacy; I. G., Miss Maggie Mann; R. S. N. G., W. T. Reed: L. S. N. G . Mrs. Mary Chapman; R. A. S..J. F. Hatch; L. A. S., Henry Gee; chap., Mrs. Laura Hatch. DANVILLE. Bert MorrilUs recovering from asevere attack of tonsi'.iiis. Calvin Morrill of Barnct is assisting in A. B. Hoyt's hurness shop. Mrs. Robert Borland has returned from Wheeloek, where she lias been nursing Mrs. Slierburn, who died last Saturday. James and Rosie Weeks of St. Johns bury visited their nunt, Mrs. J. B. Mat tock's, last Saturday. At an adjourned meeting of the direc tors of the Creamery association last Saturday C. D.'.Urninard wasclected pres ident and N. A. Dole, sccretury, treasurer and business manager. Mrs. Flora Wright is visiting friends at Burlington and Burrc. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Thurbcr visited friends at Washington last week. Milo Woodcock's fatherfromPassump sic visited him last week. HARDWICK. Mr. Whitticr, the evangelist, was quite sick Friday a.H Saturday. No mcetincs were held by him on those days. Being better Sunday and the following dnys, he conducted meetings each afternoon and evening with good attendance. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall are in Boston this week. W. A. Dutton, Esq., was in iviohl.. last week. Mr Titchout has a new sidewalk plow which he has used with successthis week. Ouite a good many are sick with colds tin's changeable weather. Col. Copeland will deliver his lecture o -Handsome People" this Friday night at Academy hall. Mr. Copeland has lectured here ueiore wun su"" A large number of logs are being hauled and placed on the river bank. They will he floated to Woleott in the spring. Pneumatic tools are being introduced in many of the stone cutting shops near the depot, lames Ainsworth is soon to move from Mender's block to Mrs. Magoon's house on Cross street. The large snow rollers are kept quite busv this week. wi,r innp visited in Barrethis week. Mr. Jones moved here from Barre several years ago. t nnAnrA Thomas is havinc acood run of business in the hotel. Mr. Spaulding, i, h.rnwr nrnnrietor. ha9 moved into Edwin Hall's tenement on Wells street. Mr. Whittier will close the revival mcetincs on Friday. He is in very poor health. Miss Wakefield has returned home from New York. ::..t..f -..ru.rintfndcnt. The directors are H. H. Somers, A. Davison, F. H. Churchill, John Gallagher and H. W. Buchanan; auditors, W. W. Miles andC 1 Ufford. The last year was a successful one in regard to receipts, but the com nanv expended $1200 in improvements, Lnkim dividends unpleasantly, small. The company is well officered and is , Lc nnii vr citizens who . . the lair worthy 01 ?"?::.V l Z d ecided to hold the f .ir the cominir autumn on bept. b- t o. ru fripnrU of Miss Clara Collier, who Wf rrnltshurv last spring for amission in China, received a letter sometime since stating that she reached there aft.r a tedious voyage of over four months Almost losing her H ;bb she thought in a " . nf the rivers to her in land dest.na. ion. She wrote that she ..j . i..o th? n nee where she "r l.c" GOO miles dis- was sLULiui.-" i , u ii.p wpre but three Englisn !.: .i The missionary life is one of great hardship and sacrifice. - '. .1 n.afnot- nhnnrtance ol the sea are very pienu.u,, are so abundant that every nloon h Cam bouillon or. tap free to eyery comer The Northern racing rver are wonoeriui wit.. l Republican. Little Boys' Overcoat. . 11 ia The overcoat for tne Bmun uuj, thorouehly protective ana not uv. 'if i. mn.li. of rouch orsmooth urfaced cloth in any of the dark hues now fashionable and, save the sailor col lar and quaintly shaped in some instances severe. This Itttlecoat is one of the up-to-date styics , Vi,, in the current number of The Delineator. '1 Served Him Right. 'The Kansas City Journal" tells about ..nMfrmM. who. with his wife, went to a circus the other day. He had about $75 in change in his pocket, and as a matter of precaution he took . along a revolver, knowing that he would not get home until late at night. Alterthecircu was over the old farmer spied a shell game" and tried to beat it In.aboot ten minutes he had lost $75. His wife was present at the performance. She ,.li,ded that the old man had got up ; . .rriin- swindling came, as 8 b :H decided to help him cu iahL the revolver out of his pocket and poked it under the nose ot the operator oi wt " b1"' y -.u u: to aive back the old man s Tickets to Everywhere hip Companies, all thl Continent Cook's Tour to uria. vvc parts ui J .n nnlnt oa bulldyouat. w ... r J ii. 111 nut- A Fatal Accident. i r r pranf Rellows Falls, 71 years of age, overturned a lamp in her room one day last week and se hermght Annr Ttis siiDDosed she rushed fr, hor room to the head of the stairs ii t. r,A nitched down stairs. IO CUII I.-.I l-'l-. I . . . oinrm.-d hv the noise, rushed ..113. L'l' ' I .'". . , n . mil- nnfl hnainc ivirs. rrav ... - tempted to assist her ano was very ouslv burned on both hands and her face tn Rfime extent. Mrs. rray was vw up unconscious and died at noon, never '..:.,:. n-innsnes9. She suffered a bad cash in tne iront anu uji head The fall probably was the cause of her death. She was very seriously burned. 3W and . - u hanrtnn tr nvrr. money, i ne k rH and, turning to ine oiu mi , "Now, pa, we'll go home, and you can t never go to another circus as long as you live." " I had eczema on my face it was ter ribly annoying. fort $ovdei; completely cured it." iravel call and ee us; It toutotblng. and we may be ab to ierve you to tsrcaw .... - d"o(flce rofBostoaVdWvor.. E. E. KNOTT & CO., General Ticket A tents, Woodbury A Walker Bid, Btxthnilon, Vt. S5 and vx. per bo" At all Drugdists and Toilet Dealers. Sadie A. Sims, Youngstown, O. PEACHAM. Death of Mrs. Watts. News has recently been received of the death in Nortbfield, Minn., ol Mrs. war H,o Warun Watts. It is fittinc tha more than passing notice be made of the H.-nth nt this cood woman. The daugh ter of Eliphalct and Martha Martin, she was born in Pcachotn March 20, 1817, and married to Lambert Watts March 29, 1842. Being one of a large lamdy of children, she early learned habits of in dustry and thrift and in a large degree possessed the faculty of making the most and the best of everything In IS58 Mr. and Mrs. Watts removed to Minnesota, and there in a new country, surrounded hv novations which we here and now can hardly realize, she was a worthy helpmeet of Iwr husband, the loved and honored mother of her children and a kind friend in need to neighbors far and near. To the minds of many who hear of her death will come these words, "Give her of the fruit ol her hands and let her own words praise her in the gates." NORTH DANVILLE. J.Hopkins and wile ol liarnct visited their daughter, Mrs. C. II. Sanborn, re cently. John A. Stanton of Boston is spending his vacation with relatives here. TheW. C. T. U. will meet with Mrs. J. P. Weeks Thursday. February 3, at i, p. m. The subject ol the Temple will be discussed and a full attendance isdesired. George D. Wells has not been quite as well for a lew days past. Herbert Stanton is recovering from the rheumatic lever. Mrs. Lydia Stanton is quite ill with neuralgia. A. M. McFarland was in Hard wick the first of the week on business. B. D. Hartshorn has so far recovered from his recent illness atSt. Johnsbury as to return home a few days ago. Mrs. Jennie Solomon ol St. Johnsbury called on her sister, Mrs. G. D. Wells, re cently RVEQATE. The school at the Corner will give an oniertninment consistinc of Mrs. larley's Wax Fmures, music, tuhleaux, Rugiles f:.milv nnd n C supper. Friday evenmir, Feh 4. Admission ten cents. Proceeds lor benefit ol tchool. The social given Thursday evening by the Christian Endeavor society was a verv pleasant occasion. The entertain ment consisted ol reading by Miss Lottie Prow r,f South Rvecatt. solo by Miss l.illi.in Tnvlor and duet by the Misses l'hcbeniid Ethel Mornson.-All expressed themsilyes highly pleased with the even ing's entertainment. Dr. W. I. Beattie of Littleton has given to disiriet No. 1 a very fine manikin to eiiiible the pupils to better understand physiology. The many Iriends of the doctor wish to thank him for thus re membering his boyh Jod Alma Mater. The auction of fine Jersey cows at the residence of R. F. Jaynes Wednesday was a big success, judging from the crowd in attendance Oncol the most profitable dairies in town is owned by Mrs. Carrie J. Nelson. She has 36 lei scv cows finely cared lor, frnm these she makes 11.857 pounds of butter, nn average of 329 pounds or $(51 fi2 tier cow. Mrs. Nelson is one of the best larmers in town. Miss Sara I. Nelson has cone to visit friends in Lowell and Lawrence. We clip the following from the "Yale News" and because it honorably men tions one ol our Kvecnte boys we know his many Iriends will lie pleased to see it "The regular meeting ol th.. Yale Union was held last night and the subject lor debate was, Resolved, that the railroads in the United States should beown d and operated bv the Federal government The suenkers on the affirmative were W. N.Vaile. '98. E B. Boise, '99; on the negative, E. Blumenthal, '98, J. P. Nor ton. 99. The unices cave the decision in favor of the affirmative, and voted W. G. Ricker. 1900. best speaker from the house." Fish Stories from the North. "The waters of Alaska, both oceanic and inland, have a lood supply equai io the demands of a continent, saia n .. Ueming of Vancouver. "Nobody who u o,.fnnliv seen the teeming life in una iiw ., - , .i t these waters can believe tne trutn. iu Behring Sea there are nsmng nans where cod and menhaden are caught in ...mW that out the Newfoundland hanks away into the shade. The herring .o or onnrmnus. I have seen the pe culiar ripple caused by herring shoals ex tending over trie sunace oi ic the eve could reach, and fishermen tell . j 1 1 . ht, nr nrtua iv incrcasiiiE, the terrible slaughter by seals and a blackfish which not only eats fioh hut rAtches seals, and when ... mm rid will attack an ocean steamer. "But it is the salmon runs that excite the greatest wonder. These fish go. up the rivers in the spring and early summer ... nnrl or. m,t i mes in the snal- lower parts oi a stream hic ij "- they actually climb over each other, and the Indians and others secure all they want with clubs and pitchforks. When they encounter a perpendicular fall they leap to an astonishing height and mil lions are killed by lalling back to the water and rocus. umy urc succeed in reaching the highest points on the streams, and they are generally so battered up that when thep they are caught on their return they are not con :a..,a fi,- iv... tnnd hv the white residents f fh, mast. I have seen the banks of the Skagit and the Snoqualmie, Wash Wtnn streams, oiled up two feet high with dead salmon that are hauled away mbers to enrich the farm in.u .n,1 vet there is apparently no diminution in the vast numoers 10m come from their winter home in the deep sea each season. Some idea ot tne won derful extent of the salmon tisiienes may Vw nhmined from the factthatthesalmon runs extend from the Columbia to the Vnbnn. including a coast line ot more l,nn 9(inn miles. "The stiance creatures ot tne sea inai are usually found in tropical waters are a s i found here. 1 nave seen an ociuuua with arms hitccn feet long caugnc in oe nifip hnrhnr. nnd sea anemones, sea ca cumbers, sea urchins, starfish, moonfish, dogfish, and sharks are to Deiouno every Tl. ' maAe nf irrepn laced CIOIU trimmed with laceedgingand Astrakhan. The fronts are lapped and closed to tne throat in double-breasted style and the back is full and joined to tne lower eugc of a square yoke. The coat-shaped sleeves are finished with roll-over cuffs bordered with Astrakhan ana tne sauor collar is effectively trimmed. The little cap is of velvet. A styiisn iicue coai could be made from this in chestnut- brown melton and decorated wun iur bands. . . Specially prepared for us by The But- terick Publisning io. vuimucu.; MARKED DOWN SALE AT Randall's AN OLD, 010 Old Of Th Moral of this Old, Anecdote Will Save a Heap of Trouble and Considerable Expenditure. Something had gone wrong with some simple part of a stationary engine, and the stoker could not fix it. After spending a j . nn it he was forced to ask the aid of a more competent workman. He failing also, some one suggested me euipiuymcm v. local celebnty, a sort oi uimci m. ...j mechanical job there is generally one in every locality. He gave two or three raps with his hammer, toucnea up when the pounding or wnatever aueu . machinery ceased. When asked for his bill it read as follows : Fixing ennine 0o-5 Knowing how 00 $10.50 This anecdote has nothing earthly to do with Mr. E. H. Allen, ot 41 fine oueei, u land Vt., engineer and fireman at the Howe Scale Co.'s Works, but it serves to introduce him to the reader, ana at uic same uu. shows the close relation between the tinker s work on the engine and average humanity s when they tinker witn tneir Kiancv. Allen tells you how he cured his. Read his statement: "My backache was not of long standing, but if it was not chronic it was sufficiently painful to give me a good idea what old and deep seated cases must he HKe. It probably resulted from a cold. Stooping and lifting aggravated it, and all the plasters in the city had no effect on it. If I sat down and then got up, or vas lying down and attempted to rise quickly 01 retained one position for any length of time, sharp, acute pain always followed. We 1, after reading several notices auuui .- - 1 curing people similarly affected, I made up my mind to try a dox, aim, F.u.u....b , T ctnrted their use. I haven't a vestige of w T-r'J .. IJ. llo ert pain left, and Uoan'S xviuuey strengthened my back and kidneys that they feel as if nothi.ig had ever been the matter with them." , Doan's Kidney Pills are soui ior 50 per box, by all dealers, or sent ny nmii receipt 01 price. rim-m... Agents for the United States, Buffalo, N.Y. h , .1 . xrinon's " and takft Kememuer uic i.n.1.0, - -, no substitute BOSTON & MAINE R. B. PA88BMPSIC DIVISION WINTER ARRANGEMENT, OCT. 4, 1897 Train Leave St. Johnnburjr. pnrion anriTH. For Concord, Manchester, Nashua, Loye" and Boston via yuim J-"". 12.30 and 9.00 a. m., arriving at hob 8.15 a. m. ana .oo . . For Concord, Manchester, Nashua, Lowell j r, i i w.'.i. vlvrmnd Plymouth, ana dubwu ." in oa 1.40 a. m. (daily), 9.00 a. m and 2.34 p. m. Arriving at Boston, o.iu and 8.30 p.m. For White River Junction. Bellows Northampton, Springfield, Hartford, New Haven and New York, 12.30, and 9.00 Voi Newbury, Bradford, Norwich and W hit River Junction, 12.30 and 9.00 a. m. and For0Pa8snmpslc, Barnet and Mclndoea, For Well's River, 12.30 and 9.00 a, m.. 2.34 and 6 00 p.m. . For Montpelier, 9.00 a. m., 2.34 p. m. For Littleton, 9.00 a. m., 2.34 and 6.00 P" m" GOING NORTH. For Lyndonville and Newport, 2.20, 3.10 and 10.45 a. m., 3.13 and 4.27 p. m. For West Burke, Barton ad Barton La nd- ing, 3.1S and 10.45 a. m., 3.13 and 4.27 Fo Stanstead and Derby Line, Massawlppl, North Hatley.Lennoxville and Sherbrooke, 3.15 and 10.45 a. m., 4.27 p. m. For Quebec via Sherbrooke and Grand Truna For Quebec via Sherbrooke and Quebec Cen Ha,xfZ;Vi.Y rirkherbSokr' and Grand -I1 J"J"!.?-ti itewSort andrCanadlan Pacific Rv.. 2.20 a. m. (daily), 3.13 p. m D.J. FLANDERS, ; Gen. Pass, and Tkt. Agt. E. N $1.25 Fheced Wrappers now $1.00 Special lot Flannelette Wrappers now 89 cts. All 50o Novelty Dress Goods now 35cts. a yard. All 12V4 and 15 cent dress goods now 10c a yard. We still sell the $1.98 Brocaded Dress Skirt for $1.69. An or $4.R0 Macintoshes 5o.oo. Blantets! Blankets! An unprecedented sale this season, only 13 pair left in our store, going regardless of cost. 1 Pair $1.00 Blankets now 69o pr. 6 Pair $1.25 Blankets now 97o pr, 3 Pair $1.50 Blankets now $1.19 pr. 3 Pair $2.00 Blankets now $1.49pr. counters to be closed oux ai reuuuou Vi stock. E. N. RANDALL, 77 to 81 Railroad St. k PROIII SENT MERCHANT ST. JOHNSBURY AND LAKE OHAMPLAIN B. B WINTER ARRANGEMENT. OCT. 4. 1897., Trains lieare Si. Joliasbnry. GOING WEST. For Danville, Hardwlck, Morrisvillr, Cam. bridge Junction, Burlington, St. Albans and Rutland 7.30 a. m. and 3.20 p. ru. For Danville, West Danville, Walden, Greets, boro, East Hardwick, Hardwick, Morns ville, Hyde Park, 7.30 a. m., 3.20 and 4.40 F& Johnson, Cambridge Junction, Burling ton. Fletcher, Fairfield, Sheldon. Highgate and Swanton, 7.30 a. tn. and 1 3.20 p. m. For Stanbridge, St. Johns, and Montreal via East Swanton, 7.30 a. m. and 3.20 p. m. GOING EAST. For East St. Johnsbury, North Concord, miir Pcnd and Lunenburg, 3.00 a. m., 2.45. and 4.45 (mixed) p. m. For Whitefield, Fabyans, Crawford 9. Glen, North Conway, Fryeburg, Portland, Brunswick, Lewiston, Augusta, Waterville, Bangor and St. John, 3.00 a.m.. 2 45 pm. For Boston via North Conway 3.00 a. m. H. E. FOLSOM, D. J. FLANDERt., Supt. Gen. Pass. Agt. MAINE CENTRAL R. B. Thtough the White Mountains To Lancaster, Colebrook, North Conway, Boston, Portland. Lewiston, Bangor, Bar Harbor and St. John. LOCAL TIME TABLE ON AND AFTER NOVEMBER 14, 1897. LEAVING ST. JOHNSBURY. A.M. R. Tnhnsburv. 3.00 Lunenburg, Whitefield. Oui-bec Junction Jefferson, Lancaster, nr., LBAVINO I.ANCASTKR. P.M 4.00 4.12 4.15 4.50 5.15 P.M. 2.45 3.45 3 57 4.15 4.25 4.40 of St. Johnsbury was strongly urged to tale out Life or Accident In surance. His answer invariably w . .1 ,have no yand don need insurance. Shortly atterwaras union u wj House fire. A premium of $24 00 a year would have brought to his estate $10,000 in cash. The value of Accident Insurance is well illustrated by the follow- iDS l6tter' It. Wayne, Ind, June 10th, 1897. Kimball 0. Atwood, Secretary, Preferred Accident Insurance company, 256 and 257 Broadway, New York. DeUFor the benefit of those who may wish to carry accident insurance, " . itl 1 r TIT TT T M tih innnvnfl permit me to sav that my late nusoana, jar. vv. a. uaugtj, , in the PBEFERBED Accident Insurance Co. of New York, under policy No. 0012467, dated Januarv 15, LW. This policy proviaea 3a,uv.u iur uiumaij ouuiuou, for death from travelling accidents. Mr.Langewas killed in the railroad wrecK near nazwioiijiuu. Proofs of the claim were mailed to the company June 4:h, and cheok for $10,0C0 was received by me on J nne lUtn. bucu prompmess commendable. iouis respeuuun EMMA LANGE. SPRAGUE, St. Johnsbury, Vt. The recent Inir ol St. Frances (1e Sales (Cntliolic) church at Iieniiincton netted $1500. Relief In Six Hours Distressing kidney and bladder disease relieved in six hours by "New Great South Americnn Kid iey Cure." It is a grout surprise on occonntnl its exceeding promptness in relieving pnin in bladder, kidneys unn dock, in male or lemaic. Re lieves retention of water almost immedi ately. Il you want quick relief and cure this is the rimcdv What infinite care and pride a n'nman takes in her wedding trousseau. How fine and fit every dainty gown and filmy bit of lingerie must v u,,t Vinm nhrmt herself, her own fine and delicate physical organism r nas una most important of all considerations been ,rwtl ? Tina she anv weakness or ail ment which is going io uniu aim nua. tate her for happv marriage ? jno woman is in to many v unhealthy condition of the special struc ture most intimately concerned in wifehood and motherhood. No modest reluctance should prevent her seeking immediate re lief from such troubles. There is no need of the mortifying examinations so ticiesia- ble to sensitive-minoea women, iww.u. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is aauy cur ing thousands of women of these troubles in the privacy of their homes. The f' Favorite Prescription" is the only proprietary remedy of its kind prepared by an educated, authorized physician. There is hardly a case so obstinate that it will not completely and permanently cure. Mrs. Emma ft. Clover, of Redkcy, Jay Co., Indiana, in a letk-r to Dr. ricrce, snys : " I end recommend Dr. I'icrce'a Favorite Prescription to anyone who suffers with any female disease. When I was in mv teens I was always sick. I nnU vnnr medicines before I was married, and now I am a well person. I nm now twenty. ...... t !,,. .1.., iVrn Tr l'irrrc'n Golden Medical Discovery and ' Pleasant Pellets,1 and can recommend them all." it is a druggist'B business to sell you, not 10 leu you, wnat you want. 12.25 12 0 12.50 1.10 1.21 1.35 2.30 Lancaster, Jefferson, j yuenec juncyuu, n.., Whitefield, Lunenburg, ar., . St. Tohnsbury, ar., THROUGH TRAINS. St. Johnsbury, 3.00 a.m Nortn ionway, Portland. o.xo Boston via Portland, Lewiston, Bangor, Bar Harbor, St. John, w. w. General Agent, P.M 7.25 7.40 7.50 8.01 8.13 8.26 9.40 2.45 p.m. 6 05 " 8.10 " CURLS WHtHt ALL tl tLSt (AILS. I Bout Hough Birup. Tastes O I So d bv C. C. Bineham. 87 Main St.. The drama, "A Mountain Waif," will I Druggist, St. Johnsbury, Vt. 1 ood. Use I lsts. Inttmn. Pnld by ariigaimn. ELTT'S CREAM BALM Is a posltlvecuw. Apply Into the nostrils. Ills qnlckly absorbed. 80 cents at Draeeints or by wall ; samples 10c by mail. ELY BROTHERS, 68 warren bu, xsew ouiy. 12.50 om. 8 57 a.m. 9.45 a m. 1.20 3 26 p.m. 4.45 ' 7.(10 " 9 55 " 10 40 " 1.00 p.m. i. nnj St Inhnnhnrv from B08- x uniaM ii.wHtnn. Aiimista. Nortn Con'wav and White Mountain resorts 2.30 and 9.40 p. m. libUKUD r. r. , ni.o, w-". ."p.... F. E. BOOTHBY. G. P. & T. A. GREAT CLEARANCE SALE ! . I 1-1 1 1.L..M MAUI &r As the entire stocK must oe soia in me ucaw days, we will give purchasers bargains never before offered, $1 50 Dress Goods t rr ,0 J. VIU ,. OK .50 " " The First Sign of a Cold should remind you that the best time to commence taking something 19 at the beginning. It should also remind you that the best remedy is DR. SIAS' WILD CHERRY COUGH SYRUP, which is warranted by a warrant that means something by John P. Weeks, North Danville. Charles S. Hole, Danville. I. C. P. Richter, Peacham. Mrs. A. P. Kenfrew, Peacham. Georee P. Blnir. West Harnet. R. K. LauKhiln & Co., Barnet. L. B. Oilfillan, Bast Harnet. A L. Guth.le, Mclndoe falls. B. P. Weeks Pansumpslc. Babcock & Brockwav. Passumpslc. M. D. Park. St. Johnsbury Center. , L. D. Stiles. St. Johnsbury Center. H. H. Moulton, St. Johnsbury Bast, Manufactured by Boynton & Eastman, BKLIABLB PHARMACISTS, 80.88 Eastern Ave., 8t. Johnsbury, Vt Franklin Coal Costs more than the other kinds we carry, but It lasts longer, burns bet ter and wastes less than any other coal In the world. Try It and see. Tie Best is the Cheapest. All kinds of cool for sale except poor coal. LININGS. 4 cent9 10 to 17 " 18 " 10 " 1 Q l Ginghams n:. ; rrui.s . i 50c Underwear at ii j 75 " 6c to 50 ' Cambrics... Selesia Hair Cloth Lawns 35c Corsets Hosiery.... $1.20 1.00 , .85 All our Infants' Goods for 50c on the dollar. Silks from $1.00 to 25c per yard. I Braids, Gimps, Jet Trimmings for less than cost. $1.50 Gloves for 1 25 " 1.00 ! " ; Germantown, Saxony and Zephyr Worsteds, 6 and 10c per skein. The whole of our millinery stock at less than cost. Store fixtures consisting of four large and three small showcases, five tables, desk, lamps and chairs. Also workroom turnishings. Fnces to sun to suit purchasers. MOORE & CO., J. HALLJLI 06 OU., Y. M. C, A, BLOCK? ST. JOHNSBURY, VT. 32 Eastern Ave.