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ST. JOHNSBURY, VERMONT, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 26. 1908. VOL. LXX-NO. 3682. ffHE BERRY-BALL Dry Goods One of our customers says f n J f 'K$ih ia I! H if S Y A i m I ftp ! , j I pi M topynghl. 1 I I Li;. J lJ UJbhos. & co. Bun jSuits and Overcoats because they look like made to measure arments. Don't take any more chances, but come where you can et an absolute guarantee of satisfaction. J Call and inspect our Suits and teood bargains just now as we are lour new Spring Suits which are Men's Suits, all prices from 7.50 to $25.00. Overcoats 10.00 to $23.00. Gent's Furnishings Department. Our line of furnishings was never as complete. We have anything to be found in a first-class Furnishing Store. We p ill mention only a few of the New Spring Shoes, " Ties, " Hats, 44 Gloves, 44 Shirts, Hosiery and Underwear all The Berry-Ball UNEEDIT Gillette Razor Blades When you get a good Gillette Blade STROP IT Then it cuts better than a new one. Randall (EL Jewelers and M KEEP IN THE HOUSE CARRY IN THE POCKET At all Druggists, two sizes, 10 Company. 000U.T0 he buys our hand tailored made Overcoats. We have some anxious to make room for coming in. many things. Prices $2.50 to $4.00 .25 and .50 44 1.00 to 3.50 .50 to 2.00 .50 to 1.50 qualities and prices. Dry Goods Co. Whitcomb, Stationers. Typewriter Supplies At the Cash Book Store. Type writer Papers. Smith Premier Rib bon and Carbon Paper. Also ribbons for the leading Typewriter Machines. F. O. CLARK. 101 Eastern Ave, St. Johnsbury, Vt. The American Throat Tablets For Sore Throat, Hoarseness. Coughs, etc. "The Best General Throat Tablet." "FRATERNITY MEETINGS. Haswell Royal Arch Chapter, Bo. 11. Stated Convocation, Friday evening. Mar. 2). Kl-I'BFN . Chknkv, H. P. Hki.os M Hoi. "Secretary. Pussumpslc Lodge, No. 27, F. and A. M.- RcK'ilar loimmi mention. Thu i. hi nip. Mar. 1 2 Culled Coiiiiiiiinicaiiuti Tlirrdav evening March .". The K. A deitree will lie conferred. David K. Coi.K. M. )i:i.o8 M. Bacon. Kecorder. Palestine Commandery, No. 5, E. T, Stated Conclave, Tuesday eve.. Mar.. 17. Harry A. Bartlett, E. C. Di'Xos M. Bacon. Kecorder. Enifrhta of Pythias. Regular Convention of Apollo Lodge. No. 2, Tuesday eve.. Mar. 3. A. K. Marshall. C. C H. V Ellis, K. R. S. Modern Woodmen of America. Regular meetings of Aslsqua Camp, No. 819, are held first and third Tuesdays In each month. Next meeting Mar. 3, 1()H. H. I. I'u'KRRiNtt, Clerk. lAV)n rvi". V. C Woman's Clob. The March meeting ot the St. Johnsliury Woman's Club will lie held in Pythian Half, Monday afternoon, March 2, at 3 o'clock. Executive Board meeting at 2 o'clock. LOCAL NOTICES. You pay for what you pet when you order Sealshipt oysters solid meats, no water, no preservatives. Spaulding's Market. Use American Little Liver Tablets. They taste like "the real thing"' Sealshipt oysters liecause they are fresh, clean, and free from "dope." Spaulding's market has fresh Sealshipt oysters every morning. Try the American Throat Tablets. There is just one treatment for catarrh that costs nothing unless it cures Hyomei. V. H. Eastman sells a complete outfit for $1.00, and guaran tees to refund the money if it fails to cure catarrh. Don't wait for indigestion's call. Keep it out of the stomach by using Mi-o-na. Guaranteed to cure all stomach troubles or costs nothing. W. B. Eastman. The men of the Church of the Messiah will serve a hash supper at the vestrv Thursday evening at t o'clock to whicli all are invited. New Spring styles Oxfords, Pumps and Low shoes from $3.50 down. Ilundy's Shoe Store. Calendar Social. The year and the months of the Calendar club invite the members of the North church and their friends to a social in the chapel Friday evening, at 7.30 o'clock. An entertain ment will lie given consisting of a mon ologue with songs by a well known com medienne, and light refreshments will be served. Admission, adults 15 cents; children under 15 years, 10 cents. The Missionary Round Table of the North church will give an entertainment in the chapel on Tuesday evening, March 3. Urandma s Attic 1 reasures, a story of old time memories, will form the program, and refreshments will be served. Admission 25 cents. LOCAL GATHERINGS. Miss Elsinore Hrock's dancing class announced for this week has been post poned one week. Dr. V. J. Aldrich has purchased the old Belknap shop recently occupied bv Frank Hull as a carriage shop, includ ing the shop, blacksmith shop and tene ment. ' By special arrangement with Lee iN: Sam Shubert, Henry Miller's great play "The Great Divide" will be the next attraction at the New Music Hall, Saturday, March 7. It is one of the most successful plays of the season and has just finished an. engagement at Majestic Theatre, Boston. Notice change in Dr. W. J. Aldrich's business card. GRAND fa TONIGHT New Music Hall, Wednesday, February 26, v. SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT OF WHITNEY'S BIG SCENIC PRODUCTION 1 THE ISLE fa 50 People in Cast A car load of Scenery One of the best Companies on the Road. Tickets on sale at Bingham's and Stiles', Price of TicKets, 75c, $l.OO and$1.50. 8 fa Next Attraction Saturday, March 7. HENRY MILLER'S CO. IN THE GREAT DIVIDE By Special Arrangement with Sam and Lee Shubert. A Great Cast, Special Scenery, A Magnificent Production. Seats on sale, Mon day, March 2, at 12.30. Prices 35c, 50c, 75c and $1.00. 9! SB and 25 Cents. The ministers preached by agreement last Sunday upon the same theme and at the various churches there were strong addresses upon the evil of profanity. The Ladies' Baptist Bible class will have a public installation ot officers Thursday evening at 7.3o. Re'reshments will be served and a social hour enjoyed. The first pussy poplars of the sea son were brought into the Museum by Raymond Jeuks. Hodge's orchestra are engaged to plav for a leap year ball at Glover Friday night Olive Branch Relickah Lodge will give a masquerade and sugar party at Odd Fellows' hall Thursday evening, March 5. Good music will lie furnished for a promenade and prizes will be given for the best character costume worn by lady and gentleman. The North church quartette choir were augmented last Sunday by Messrs. H. N. Wood and E. A. Kingsley, Mrs. C, T. Ranlet, Mrs I'. F. Hazen and L. H. Bald win of Proctor. The latter gave excel lent tenor solos at both services. An ex ceptionally fine musical service was given in the evening, the choir being assisted by Miss Helen Boynton at the violin, who accompanied the choir in one an them and participated in a duet with the organ. The Ladies of St. Anne will serve two suppers next week, on Monday and Tuesday evenings at 6 o'clock at St. Acnes hall for the benefit of the convent. 'Dr. B. E. Dovle's office will be closed the rest of the week on account of his sickness to be reopened Monday. N. C. McLean, agent for the Victor talking machine has hired the store on Railroad street formerly occupied by Dr. V. B. Fitch and will use it as a ware-room. The new patient nt St. Johnsbury hospital is Miss Bessie Varnum of Peacham. In Burlington city court last week judgment for the plaintiff was entered in Strong Hardware company vs. Daniel Forbes, with damages of $44.28 and costs of $16.89. New patients at Brightlook last week were Mrs. Helen Shaw, Emma Noyes of St. Johnsbury, John McCann, Mrs. Charles Ladd and Mrs. Charles Hovt of Lyndonville, and James Murphy of West Burke. Mrs. Helen Shaw, Mrs. H. N. Wood, Mrs. Alice I. Rogers and Harold Bean have been discharged. No License Rally in Music Hall. A citizens meeting in the interests of No License will be held in Music Hall Sunday evening at 7 o'clock, taking the place of the regular services of the churches. The meeting will be interest ingly addressed by representative citi zens of the town, and music of an inter esting character will le rendered. Annual Convocation. The annual convocation of the fourth Masonicdistrict Royal Arch Masons will be held here Friday at which it is expect ed many grand officers and officers of the various chapters in the district will be present. At 3,30 p. m. a lodge of Mark Master Masons will be opened and the degree conferred by Keystone Chapter of Barton, J. G. Turnbull,' E. H. P. A ban quet will be served at half past six and at 7. 5 a chapter of Royal Arch Masons will be opened and the degree conferred bv Ilaswcll Chapter of St. Johnsliury, R. G. Cheney, E. H. P. Sunday School Institute. A highly profitable and well-attended Sunday School institute was held at the North church yesterday, the program for the three sessions being carried out as printed in last week's paper Rev. E. G. French of Lyndonville, the county president, presided, and Go delegates were entertainl through the noon hour. Many of these left on the afternoon and evening trains, but the attendance was good at all the sessions. Mrs. Mary Foster Bryner of Peoria, 111.,, the inter- OPENING fa fa fa fa fa 1908. OF SPICE. fa national field worker, was the principal speaker, her addresses being full of suggestions. Rev. Frank S. Tolman, pastor ol the Baptist church at West Rutland, spoke along psychological lines and Secretary Fuller of Burlington gave an tv!dn.ss in the afternoon on the organizing ol the Sunday Sell". 1 anil i the evening upon "Our New Vermont," The home department work was per seated by Nil. Mieetei of Peacham. Woman's Club. The March meeting ol the St. Johns bury Woman's Club will be held Monday afternoon. It will begin promptly at three o'clock, as the Shakespeare, Mothers' and Woman's Clubs of Lyn donville are to lie guests of the club, by invitation of the president, Mrs. Hazen. The program is in charge of the Travel and Current Events Commute, Mrs. Anna I). Pearl chairman. Mrs. Ellen B. Turner will talk on "The Land of Wind mills." Mrs. Blanche M. Brock way will sing, Mrs. Irene A. Clark play, and the club chorus will give selections. Execu tive board meeting as usual at 2 o'clock. M. C. Barnard & Co., BROKERS, 35 Congress Street, Boston. Tel. 1899 & 4306-1 Main. New York and Boston Stock Ex change Stocks and Curb Stocks sold forcash or on an original Eleven Payment Plan (No Margins). BUY Amalgamated U. S. Steel Cal. & Arizona Goldfield Con. Nipissing EUREKA MINES CO. A consolidation of valuable prop erties in one of the coming camps. When we visited this camp in July, thrre were only three producing mines. At this time there are be tween twelve and fifteen. The 8 per cent preferred stock which will be listed immediately upon the Curb, and will sell from $1.00 to $1.25 a share, carries with H it a bonus of common stook. CRAWFORD RANNEY, Pythian Building, St. Johnsbury, Vt., Local Agent. Open a Savings Account AT- Citizens Savings Bank and Trust Go., ST. JOHNSBURY, VERMONT. Commencing January 1 , 1908, we guarantee 4 PER CENT Interest on all Savings Deposits, which is com pounded semi-annually. All taxes paid on $2,000 or less. If not convenient to call at the Bank, deposits can be sent or with drawn by mall. Capital and Surplus, Deposits. $ 220.000 2.200,000 JOHN T. RITCHIE, Treasurer. The Vlirage Philosopher. asked by the Statistical Enquirer, "What is the death rate of your town," said he didn't know the exact number, but he w as sure It was enough tc give them one apiece all round. Hence Insurance, fi'.ith year. Na tional Life Ins. Co, of Vt. (Mutual! W. W. SPRAGUE & SON, Gen. Agents of Northeastern Vermont, St. Johnsbury, Vermont. EASY TO TAKE Guaranteed under Food IN New Music Mall, Sunday evening at 7 o'clock. Addresses by Representative Citizens. MUSIC bvj L3U m mi OT We are showing new Spring and Summer Dress Goods. Wash Goods. Fancy Muslins. New Scotch Ginghams In fancy plaid and stripes. 25 cents yard. New American Ginghams. 12Kc and 15c yard. New Colored Linens. Ladies' Spring Suits. The new Spring Suits are here. Beautiful new styles and finely tailored. Special values at,$25.00. CLEARANCE SALE. The balance of our Winter Stock of Coats and Furs at COST TO SAVE PACKING AWAY. Call and look them over. ( Agent for the Home Journal Patterns. Ritchie's Dry 39 Railroad Street, nn M Autoniobiies Are the popular priced cars of today. The Increase In sales of these machines Is positive proof of this statement. Immediate delivery. Call and see them, W. A. WRIGHT. The Boston Automobile Show will be held In Machanics Building March 7 to 14. I will be glad to furnish any further Information which I am able to give and would like to hear from all those who are planning to attend this show. THE MERRY WIDOW Wouldn't smile on a man who smoked a bad cigar. But how she would beam on a man who showed the good judgment to select our fragrant Rocky Ford Brand. r. n. brown ca SON. The American "The Best Laxative." and Drug Act, Serial No. 1034. Goods Store, St. Johnsbury, Vt. Modern Cigarists. Liver Tablets Purely Vegetable. Dili Mill