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THE ST. JOHNSBURY CALEDONIAN, APRIL 6, 1898.
5 THE TOWNS AROUND. BARNET. ' C. Q- Gilman died last Thursday even ing alter an illness of one week with pneumonia. He was buried on Satur day. Daniel Harvey had a bad attack last 6unday evening of the same trouble from which he suffered a fewmonthsago. Next Sabbath there will be an Easter Sunday echool concert in the evening at 6 30. The choir, assisted by the Burnet orchestra, are preparing special music both for the morning service and the concert in the evening. Timothy Worth, Herb Coburn and Fred McMillan are at work on the new bakery. Belie Cook is canvassing the village with Anna A. Gordon's "beautiful Lilc of Frances E. Willard." PEACHAM. Dr. Parker spent a few days last week with his brother in Coventry. George and Fred Stoddard are this week attending the musical convention at Whitefield, N. H. Mrs Zerina A. Hoytbas received a back pension of $350. ' Mrs. Frank Howard and Miss Gertie and Carl Hopkins of Lisbon, N. IL, spent a day with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Hopkins, last week. Will Hopkins who has been home lor the past week returned to Thompsonville, Conn., Monday. The students of the Academy will give an entertainment in Academy Hall next Thursday evening, April 7, consisting of various kinds of music, shadow panto mines, etc. All are cordially invited. Mrs. Herbert Blair has gone to Mary Fletcher hospital in Burlington for treatment. John Varnum has been quite sick for the past week. W. H. Bayley has been confined to the house for several days by sickness. Mary J. Way is home from ber school in Brooklyn, N. Y., for the Easter vaca tion. Lewis Blancbard is home from Wood stock for a short vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Simon Clark have the the sympathy of all in the death of their baby girl, who died last Saturday night after a short sickness of only a few days. The tuneral was held Tuesday at one o'clock. Thank-offering meetingof the Woman's Auxiliary of board of missions will be held on Friday at three o'clock at Mrs. Merrill's. Mrs. Osgood of Boston came Monday to attend the funeral of ber grandchild Tuesday, the Clark baby who died Saturday. Mrs. Scott M. Farnum of Barnet has been visiting friends in town the past week. Miller Farrow has been very sick for the past week with inflammation of bowels. Union Fast day services will be held at the Methodist church Friday, at 11 o'clock. , ' .- Mrs. Herbert Hooker is very sick with the same trouble she bad the first of the winter. For clothing go to Amos W. Scott's. MCINDOB FALLS. ' ' Miss Virginia Perry gave a party to a lew of ber little Iriends on ber birtnday, April 2. Mrs. Sarah Buchanan, who has been spending the winter with her sister at Lyndonville. returned home last week. Miss Pearl Field and Miss Mabel Ford. who have beeu sick, are able to attend school again. The piano purchased by Rev. Mr. Titus at Waitham, Mass., tor the vestry, ar rived last week and proves more than satisfactory to every one. It is an Em erson upright, walnut frame, and one of the finest made by that companv, has all the latest improvements and has only been out of the shops a few weeks, The church was very fortunate to secure, through Mr.. Titus' efforts, such an in strument at such a bargain. Mr.Hougn ton of Waitham will give a piano stool and it was through information re ceived from him that the committee learned ol this piano sale at Waitham. The parsonage was wired for electric lights last week. Those who have had the lights put into their houses are very well satisfied with them and would ais like to co back apain to kerosme oil Several have had lamps put up on the street in front of their houses, and there will be a few more put up as soon as the company receives more transformers, in time the street will probably be well lighted. Mr. Whitcomb has finished work for Van Dyke and will work for Frank Gib son through the summer. The academy students held a school social last Friday evening in the academy nail, the first halt ol the term being over, Several from this olace attended the master concert at Monroe last bunday afternoon. Mrs. Eugene Fields gave a small whist puny at her home last triday evening. SOUTH RYEQATE. Chtlstian Endeavor Convention. Arrangements are being made to hold the mxt convention ol the Christian Endeavor Union here. The date is the 5th of May and the principal speaker will he Dr. Cowan cf the Golden Rule editorial staff. Enster services will be held at the First Presbyterian church Sunray with special "lusic ana an appropriate scrmun. I4ra Inn.. PVinrloo onM thiawepfr Rveente Corner tn nurse her sick sister. Mrs. Fremont Nelson. She has let her rooms to Dr. Greeley Darling for the summer. Mrs. James Grant of St. Johnsbury VlCifrf! lian4a Di-lfnn Clta wnQ CM VlfT way to Barre, where the family expect mane ineir nome. The innnthtv tnpptinir nf the W. C. U. was held with Mrs. Samuel Mills luesday alternoon. A Fnst Do tr service wilt he hpld in ' Presbyterian church on Friday evening Mrs. James Lawrie of Newbury, who has been visiting her daughter lor some weeks, returns to her home Saturday evening. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever ores, tetter, chapped bands, chilblains, corns, and all skin eruptions, and posi tively cures piles, or no pay required. It guaranteed to give perlect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25 cents per ror sale by runt Bros. EAST BARNET. Mrs.' Nellie Rnbpr aA n-..i:. u uk , huh a nuiiiic Bonnette returned to their tmm Saturday. Fred Moore of Wilder was the guest of James R. Moore over Sunday. A very quiet wedding took place at the house of Mr. and Mrs. Curtise Dickinson Tuesday afternoon March 29, when their daughter Clara Augusta, and Dr. F.G. t i. e ... . ... . . . Weeks B Ol YVOOOSVl le were ttinrru-rl hr Rev. Boardman Of Barnet. None hii't thei immediate friends were oresent. There will he nn Fnafflf nnnr in chapel next Sunday afternoon at d o clock. WEST BARNET. Mrs. T. H. Stuart is visitincr relatives in St. Johnsbury this week.' Miss Marion Stuart is spending a week visiting iriends at St. Johr.sbury. Horace Gammel, who sold his farm some weeks ago, gave possession to Eben Strowbridge April 1 and moved to ne nelson place wbicb be has bired for the coming year. Ritchie and Warden have been repair ing their two-story tenement house put ting it in order for a new tenant. Dudley Blair has sold his span of large sorrel horses. Samuel Mavo lost a soan of horses last week. Both appeared well when they were cared for for the night, but about 8 o'clock one was heard thrashing about in its stall and in a short time it was dead. Five or six hours later the other exhibited the same symptoms and died very soon. Notbintr is positively known regarding the cause. Kind friends are endeavoring to rinse money to assist Mr. Mayo to purchase a span of norses wttn wnicn to ao nis tarm worn. David Vance bas moved to the Henry Hall farm which he is to carry on the coming year. The farmers are having a resting spell of unusual length in the midst of sugar ing but expect that when this cold weather moderates there will be a big run of sap. . Best assortment spring clothing at Amos W. bcott's. RYEQATE. . Miss Sara Wilson, who has been spend ing the past two months in Lowell and Lawrence, returned home Friday. Miss Wright ot St. Johnsbury has been visiting her Iriend Miss Anna McLam at Fairview. The Christian Endeavor Society by special collection last Tuesday night re ceived $11 for the starving people in Cuba. Five dollars was taken from the treasury, sending in all $16. Miss Lillian Morrison is home from the Moody Institute at Northfield, Mass, Frank Baker of Winthrop, N. Y., has been visiting at R. F. Jaynes'. Miss Mabel Nelson has been visiting her brother Harley in Bath, N. H. R. F. Tavnes, manager of Jersey Hill Creamery, has received orders from Wash ington to , ship butter to France and Germany, , '' The Ladies' Missionary Society will meet with Mrs. M. S. Beattie Thursday, This society has raised during the past yeariiod.of . , Miss Hannah Holmes was called home from Montpelicr Thursday on account of the illness ol ber mother. She will be obliged to give up the spring term at the seminary. , R. P. Jaynes and E. S. Page are in Boston. Dr. Hitchcock of St. Johnsbury was in town Monday to see T. S. McLam. EAST CABOT. Mrs. J. G. Hill returned from Boston last tridav. Mrs. J. J. Guild of St. Johnsbury is staying with her sister, Mrs. Harvey Goss, for a few days. Henry Morse, who bas been at George Heath's through the winter, has gone to H. Badger s at West Danville. E. H. Clark is in Montpelicr this week. Miss Edna Cutting, of Morrisville is spending a few days at M. P. Hall s. CABOT. Carl W. Fisher, who has just graduated from the veterinary college ac Toronto and recently returned to his home here, secured the gold medal and twelve other prizes easily taking brst rank tn bis class. He will remain in town a short time but will probably later locate in Burlington. OASK1LL. The oyster supper held at the hospitable home of Yolney B. Blodgett last frriday evening seemed a success m every way and nearly one hundred were present, Special mention should be made of those who especially helped to mane tne even ine's entertainment so enjoyable. In strumental music was furnished by Mr, and Mrs. Lawrence and a duet by Mary Goss and Laura Hemingway. Several selections were sung by the people. The duet by Mr. and Miss Goss. solos by Laura Hemingway and Ed. Goss were especially enjoyed. Recitations were very nicelv rendered by Mabel ana kudy Kem ick, Belle Wallace, Morton Lyster, Harry and Horace Huse. May Lawrence, Bon nie Lawrence, Walter and Warner Law rence, Edson Blodgett, Gilbert, Eddie and Ne he Hastings Flora Dexter, and Mar- cia Blodgett Hid not let the people forget that it was April hrst. Lura Wesson, who has been visiting her cousin, Adelle Blodgett, returned to her home tn Danville last baturday. EAST CONCORD. A Disastrous Fire. A fire swept through a portion of this village on Saturday night and caused much loss of property, lhe tire caugn in an unknown way in Charles D. Root's store. . The family, who live over the store, were awakened and quickly made their escape. The store and its contents were burned, Mr. Hadlock's house towards the mill, the Methodist church and two small houses on the opposite of the street, there was no insurance on the Root property or on Mr. HadlocM house. The other houses were insured and there was a policy of $700 in the Vermont Mutual on the Methodist church. The fire will cause a bad loss in this little village. Some Foolish People Allow a cough to run until itgets beyond the reach of medicine. They often say, "Oh, it will wear away," but in most eases it wil wear tnera away, couia he inrtnpeH to trv the successful med icine called Kemp's Balsam, which is sold fTimrnntre to 'cure, they would immediately see the excellent effect after taking the first dose, rnce zoc. and 60c. Trial size free. At all druggists. WEST CONCORD. Dudley's Mill Burned. About 1 o'clock Wednesday morning the steam saw mill and chair shop of C. H. Dudley & Son was discovered to be on fire and belore help arrived the flames bad mane such progress that nothing whatever was saved from the mill. About ten carloads of chair backs were in the mill, ready to be shipped to market and these were also consumed. 1 he bre was particularly unfortunate at this time as the company had large orders for chair stock to be filled at an earlv date. It is expected that the mill will be speedily rebuilt. There being no wind and the roots of the buiWings being wet by the rain Tuesday no other building took fire. There have been five fires in nearly the same location: March, 1850, pail factory and foundry; Oct. 30, 1872, woolen fac tory ; spring ot 188b, dresing mill : Jan uary, 1891, S. E. Grout's shop; C. H. Dudley's shop, March 30, 1898. Willie, Lila and Alice Dunn left for their new home at Monroe Wednesday morn ing, but Mr. and Mrs. Dunn did not go until Saturday, as be was not able. His friends here hope the change may prove beneficial to him. Moodv Evans and his daughter Effie visited friends here last week. Mrs. Addie Wright of St. Johnsbury is visiting here. Elery Ford has sold his farm, stock and farming tools to Walter L. Douglas. Fred Wetherbee, formerly of this place, but now living in Brooklyn, N. Y., is vis iting friends here. Bert Brown of Lunenburg visited at Charles Douglas' last week. Nellie Batchelder has been visiting friends at Whitefield for a stort time. E.C.Grant of St. Johnsbury is doing some painting here for F. K. Joslin. Mrs. Fred Gee of South Vernon is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gee. Mrs. E. A. Bazin left for Boston Mon day morning to purchase her spring and summer stock of millinery and fancy goods. C. H Dudley took a short trip to Bos ton last week. Anna Knapp is visiting friends in WestGeld. At the annual meeting of Moose River Lodge. No. 82. F. and A. M.. the follow ing officers were elected : G. B. French, W. M.; W. M. Rich, S. W.; C.f . Cut ting, J. W.; O. B. Cutting, treasurer; R. T.Johnson, secretary; L. V. Hastings, S. D.; F. M. Cobleigh. J.D; C. H.Tilton, chaplain; O. D. Cobleigh, marshal!; U A Balch, organist ; Horace Hastings, tyier, There will be a Klondike party, social and garden party at the town hall wed nesday evening. April 6. Supplies can be obtained at the supply station and ice cream on the lawn. A musical and liter ary entertainment will be given. Mrs. A.Quimby and her son Bernie and Mrs. Sea vey are at home. They have been in Lowelltown, Maine, tbts winter. Mrs. Angie Brigham visited friends in Lyndon last week; Frank Hull and his son George left for Lehanon, N. H., Monday, where they will work in a carriage shop. Teachers' examination was held here Monday and Tuesday of this week. Thir teen took tbe examination. Get the latest hat and cap at Amos W bcott s. v CONCORD. Rev.. Mr. Osborne of Gonic, N. H., will be at the Free Baptist church in the Texas District next Sunday morning and evening, as a candidate as pastor. He comes with good recommendations and we hope all interested will be present at both meetings. To Cure a Cold One Day. Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure. 25 cents. ' LUNENBURd. All had a splendid time upto Mr. and Mrs. James Seldy'8 last Saturday after noon to a big sugaring off. About 60 people were there and a very jolly after noon spent with plenty ot very nice sugar, doughnuts, pickles etc. It seems like old times going to this house and we used often to go there sugaring when the farm was owned and occupied by S. T. Hale. Mrs. Howard Coburn went to Port land Maine last Tuesday to enter the hospital for medical treatment. At pres ent she is doing well and, hopes (or. a speedy recovery to her former health. Miss Mary Houston is staying with Mrs. George Balch at present. ' ; 1 Mrs. Gardner Balch has apple blos soms in her house, she got them by cut ting boughs from apple trees and putting them into a pitcher of water. A large sugar party gathered at the homeol Mr. and Mrs. Damon Snow last Friday afternoon where a real good time was enjoyed and plenty of new sugar served to all. As it was April fools day, an extra amount of fun was indulged in. Mrs Sherman Balch goes to market for her spring millinery belore long. J. C. Mooney of West Concord was in town last week. Eugene Hartshorn is working for George Balch. AH are feeling very sorry for our East Concord neighbors who were burned out last Saturday night. WALDEN. Mr. and Mrs. John Wilson give a sugar social at their home Thursday evening, April 7. Everybody invited. Rob Shaw, who is at work at C. Foster's in Cabot, was at home over Sunday. Fred Wilson, who has been at work for Ernest'Orton at North Walden, was hurt quite badly on Monday while chop ping in the woods. Maud Stevens has been visiting here a few days. Cooking and Curing;. Man is the only animal that cooks, and he is the only one who prepares med icine the only one w ho makes it before he takes it. C. I. Hood & Co., of Lowell, Mass., are among the best known med icine makers in the country. Hood's Sarsaparilla is having a great demand just now as a spring medicine and blood purifier. The same firm have also pub lished a handsome, handy volumeof over 350 pages, with stiff cloth covers, en titled Hood's Practical Cooks Book, which ought to be in the hands of every housekeeper. The regular price is a dol lar, but they will send copies to our pat rons if yon mention this paper, for 25 cents. It is well worth four times as much. EAST HARDWICK. Mrs. C. H. Wilmerson is in Boston this week buying ber stock ot spring millinery. W. D Parsons, principal of Swanton At ademy, was the guest of Postmaster Warner Friday and aaiuroay oi last week. Miss Martha Byington has returned to college at East Cambridge, Mass. Mavor and Mrs. Fuller C. Smith of St. Albans were guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Bell part of last week. Mrs. W. A. Lane of Barre is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Fields. Miss Nellie Woodruff spent a few days at Hard wick with her sister and friends last week. W. L. Dow, proprietor of the Willow Farm, is rushing business in his sugar orchard this season. He has about 3000 trees tapped and at this writing has made nearly pounds to tne tree. Mr. Dow's sugar has gained a reputa tion in the market and he has to drain his trees for all there is in them to get sweet enough to fill his orders. Miss Florence Monahrin of Hardwick spent Friday and Saturday in the village with ber Iriends tne Misses Kansom. Mrs. Albert Currier, who has been at Dr. Sparhawk's sanitarium in Burling ton for a number of weeks, returned home last week considerably improved in health, and her many friends hope it may prove permanent. Bert Russell is working for T. G. Bronson. Miss C'ara Campbell spent part of last week with relatives and friends at Hardwick. Relief In Six Hours. Distressing kidney and bladder disease relieved in six hours by "New Great South American Kiducy Cure." It is a great surprise on accountof its exceeding . I LI.JJ promptness in relieving pain in uiauuer, kidneys and back, in male or female. Re lieves' retention of water almost immedi ately. II you want quick relief and cure this is the remedy. Sold by C. C. Bingham, 37 Main St., Druggist, St. Johnsbury, Vt. HARVEY. F. D. Perkins is busy taking the lists nowadays. John H. Stevenson has gone to board at James L. Woodard's. H. W. Bartlett is painting at Frank Crane'. Patrick McGill was in St. Johnsbury a few days last week. It seems as if we were to have winter again: ground white with snow Sunday morning and a ccld wind reminding one that the sugar season was not quite over yet. Miss Nellie Bacon has been stopping a few days witb Miss Lizzie Mcbill. Rev. Eiias Hatch of Corinth is stopping with bis son Walter for a few days. GREENSBORO BEND. Lulu and Ervin Goozey and Florence Fay are visiting relatives in Johnson. The school board have met and ap pointed E. R. Collins as clerk. Nearly all ot the teachers are secured, Bert Bur bank coming here for tbe ensuing year. he having taught with success the same school in 1897 8. The board have en gaged Rev. C. L. Guild, for superintend ent of schools. Truman Orcutt is at work at the hotel for a short time. The separator is to be started soon. GREENSBORO. Our stage driver, Mr. Garvin, lost a valuable horse last week. It stepped in a bole and broke a leg when near the cattle yard at the Bend. Bert Cook cut his foot while chopping Friday. - Mrs. George Hussey has gone to Can ada to see her father, who is in very poor health. Mrs. Addie Simmons has returned to her home in Stowe alter a two weeks' visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Melvin. ', Tbe listers started on the war path Friday in apparent good health. Ernest Scott has been spending a few days at the Danville creamery. He evi dently intends to be up to date when tbe new Caspian Lake creamery starts up. Almost Poisoned. Mrs. F. N. Michard took a large dose of insect powder by mistake for ginger Sunday, but was soon relieved by the doctor, who administered the proper antidotes. Elizabeth, N. J., Oct. 19, 1896. Ely Bros., Dear Sirs: Please accept my thanks tor your favor in the gift of a bot tle of Cream Balm. Let me say I have used it for years and can thoroughly rec ommend it for what it claims, if direc tions are followed. Yours truly, (Rev.) H. W. Uathaway. No clergyman should be without it. Cream Balm is kept by all druggists. Full size 50c. Trial size 10c. We mail it. Ely Bros., 56 Warren St., N. Y. City. Millinery Opening. To the Ladies : A cordial invitation is ex tended to you to attend our opening of Smart Millinery. Suitable for Easter and gen eral Spring wear, on Thur. and Sat. April 7 and 9. L. C. FRENCH, 59 Eastern Ave. No cards of the opening wilt be sent as formerly. POWDER Absolutely Pure . If everyone knew The superior quality Ot Hood's Pills, Their gentle, easy Action, their prompt effect upon The torpid liver and inactive bowels, It would be only a short time when They would be used to the exclusion 01 every other kind. Hood's Pills Are the only pills to take With Hood's Snrsaparilla The One True Blood Purifier. NORTH DANVILLE. B. D. Hartshorn is home from St. Johnsbury and is on the sick list. Mrs. George C. Sanborn went to Rock port, Mass., Monday of last week to visit her brother, Dr. C. B. Hall. John P. Weeks has bought of Samuel Pierce his lot situated in this village. Mrs. O. M. Bickford, who has been ill with the grip for the past two weeks, is on the gain. Herbert Stanton has returned to St. Johnsbury to Barbour's business college. Harley Ranney was called to Sutton Thursday by the serious illness of his brother at that place. William Smith has moved from the farm he recently sold to Mr. Spaulding ol St. Johnsbury into the house with F. H. Hubbard at the village. John Varney is back driving stage again, alter an absence ot two weeits. R. H. Hubbard is to carry on B. G. Varnum's farm this season, and Byron goes on to the railroad to work for the contractors, Caldwell & Varnum. $100 Reward $100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure known to the medical traternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Lure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mu cous surfaces ol the system, thereby de stroying the foundation ot tbe disease, and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assist ing nature in doing its work. The pro prietors have so much faith in its cura live powers, that they oner One Hun dred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address F.J. CHENEY & CO , Toledo, O, Sold bv all druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills are the best. DOWNS' ELIXIR, Cures Coughs, Colds, Croup, Whooping-Cough, Consumption and all Lung Diseases. People stand by Downs' Elixir because it cures and has cured for sixty-five years. This Is the strongest possible endorsement of i Its merits, rrtce zoc. duo. ana 1.0C Uer bottle. At Druggist Henry,.vlmson 4 Lord. Projs., Burlington, Yl Beware of Imitations e WmestersMre C$ JOHN DUNCAN'S tOH, Imxn, KM YMMb SEEOS AND PLANTS. Seeds and Plants, home (frown Asters, AWssum, Balara, Candytuft, Calllopsis, Calendula, Mignonette. Morning Glory, Marigold, French and Hldorado. Nasturtium, Pink, Phlox, Pansy, Poppy, Petunia. Stocks, Verbena, Zinnias, and many other kinds, 6 packages or 10c. 13 lor 20c. Sweet Peas, 6c an oz 4 oz. 1'Oc. Aster, Zinnia, Verbena, Cabbage and Tomato Plunts In their season. MRS. L. H. JONES, 10 Oak Street, 8t. Johnnbury, Vt. Back from market with all the Latest Novelties in Millinery, Sure to please the ladles. Nothing out of date. Hals and Bnaes In Tasty Designs, Trimmed to order In the most fashionable styles and with artistic workmanship. MRS. A. M. STANTON, Main St., St. Jobnsbary. Our Easter Opening occurs Thursday and Saturday, April 7 and 9. Come andseeus. License to Sell Real Estate- HENRY. M. OOSS'S ESTATE. Statu op Vermont. Caledonia District, ss. In Proha'e Court, held at the Probate Offii-e in Si. Johnsbury, on the 2nd day of April, A. D 1K08. Hannah B, Ooss. Administratrix .upon the Estate of Henry M. Goss, late ol Waterford in said district, deceased, makes application to said Court lor license to sell the whole real estate of said deceased, except the widow's right of Homestead, representing to said Court that tne personal estate of said deceased is not sufficient to pay the debts and charges nf administration. That said Real Estate consists of a farm of 220 acres and an undivided half of (l acres of pasture land. All situated in Waterloid. Whereupon It is ordered by said Court that said application come under considera tion and be heard on the 23d duv of April, A U. 1808, at the Probate Office in St. Johnsbury i and, It is further ordered, that all persons Interested be notified hereof, bv publication ol notice ol this application and order thereon, three weeks successively in the Caledonian, a newspaper printed at St. Johnsbury, belore said time of hearing, that they may appear at said time and place, and if they see cause, object thereto. By the Court, Attest! WALTER I'. bMlTll, Judge. KING THE CASH CLOTHIER K I N C T H E C A S H C L O T H I E R YOD CANNOT GET OUT OF A and you cannot get satisfaction out of shoddy goods. When you buy a suit you don't want a combination of cotton and shoddy, but the real thing. The few extra dollars you pay will be well invested. WE DO NOT OFFER ANY INFERIOR GOODS, they are unsatisfactory to you and unpro6table to us. In satisfying our customers we satisfy ourselves. Our stock of new spring goods constantly arriving. Allow us tbe pleasure of showing you our full line. KING CLOTHING CO. Hotel Block I SELLS COOP NOT SO WARM BUT 'Twill soon be Easter AND You want Hams. Buy of our customers. We guarantee satisfaction. .March 16, 1898. No War Clause Mentioned whatever in the Policies of the old STATE MUTUAL LIFE OF MASSACHUSETTS. Possibly in case of war, there might be a con dition attached or an extra premium charged. Therefore, take time by the forelock and secure one of these unrivaled contracts at once. CHAS. S. HASTINGS, Gen. Act., Over Post Office. The IVER JOHNSON Is an Honest Wheel. $40, $50 and $75. 36 and 38 Eastern Avenue, St. Johnsbury, Vt. We are Showing a Line of Woolens for Sprinc, 1898, Which Should Meet the Inspection of the Public. s E L L S G O O D G O O D S C H E A P A SILK PDRSE PIG'S EAR Eastern Ave. GOODS CHEAP SWIFT BROS, W. B. EASTMAN, Reliable Pharmacist. The new ideas in styles and fabrics are interesting to review. Our $15 Suitings for this season are exceedingly good values. J. C. STEVENS, Tailor, MtrchHtttt Bank Block, Bailroti m.