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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS ; THURSDAY JANUARY 25, 1906.
VERMONT LOCAL NEWS.
(Continued from third page.)
urday nftcrnooii Jiimiary 27. A musical
nnd literary pttigrummo will be rciulcr
id ntiil 11 elcbate nil the following tpics.
tlnti: Is It Preiiltublo for Tho Dairy
man to Carry his Milk or Cream to the
Cri'iimory? Affirmative, C, I'. Feldy,
negative, Newell inflow, Followed by
general discussion to bo decided liy tlic
muster on Hit weight of argument. Tho
meeting will dose with Instrumental
A solo by t ho luv singer, Donald MeMn
hon. was uiiluti'iitloiially omitted In Hip re
port of tlio Unity Young People's xnclnhla
on Monday evening. II. O. Thomas la In
Itofton this week nttrntllng the tnoetliiR of
tho Fish and (lamp Ptotectivo association.
The tegular inoclltig of Mount Mntisllclil
Juvenile Temple Will bo held lit If. K.
Straw s icshlento mi Saturday (it 2:30 p.
ni. It Is expected that there will be sev
cial candidate Initiated. Tha telephone
polos on thp Slown Hollow Hiip uru being
wired. Kelson Owen of lllncsburgh la a
visitor at his uncle'?, M. V. Owen, N.
Wgelow lctnrned on Wednesday from
nurllnpton. The Apollo fileo elub gavo n
concert In tho lecture course of cntertaln-
nenlc Tlint'rt w.ih n p.'rwl fl 1 1 ellfl.'l npi. mill
tho concert was a fine. one.-Tho ladles "nnrrl.-iRo. The evening was passed In
as stenographer at the Central National
hank In Topeka, Kiiiih., u position which
slip has lipid for spveral years.
C. A. Hlnylon lias pur(Imod the place
at Cady'it Fulls owned for sonip yearn
past by the Hon. M. S. Stone.
FipcI Miner Tuesday morning for
Kansas City, Mo., where he will visit his
brother, Leon Miner, for a while and
then go to Klnmundy, III,, where ho
has employment In the hardware stora
of his brother, Harry Miner,
Mrs. A. M, Hill leu loft Wednesday for
the West, going for an extended and per
haps continuous stay nt the homes of
her hi other and slstprs In Lendvlllo and
Colorado Springs, Colo.
Rome of the farmers have tapped their
sugar places and had a nice run of sap.
V. 1). Macoy was In F.ssex Junction and
Huiilngton Monday. Mary Chnyer of
Lyndon Is visiting Mrs. Hattle Putnam.
Huth Stlucheiiir of Monlpcller Is visiting
her aunt. Mrs. II. A. Hatch. Mr. and
Mrs. Hollo Jackson are visltlnR friends
In Waterhury. Tho Sunday school con
vention will bo held at the Methodist
Chinch January 31. Miss Hesslo Allen Is
In Wolcott visiting; her brother. A num
ber of tho fi lends of Mr. and Mrs. N. It.
Irfipolnt Rave them a pleasant surprise nt
H. W. ALLEN & GO.
A Rousing Sale
To -day, To-morrow and Saturday.
A lively sweeping away of all tkat remains
from the Clearance Sale. Prices were low enough in
the beginning to cause greatest surprise, hut during
these three Jays the real value of the merchandise
offered will not even he considered. A quick sale of
certain accumulations is desired and prices have heen
made with no other idea in view.
Dress Silks 25 Lients.
Ladies' Furs and Fur Garments.
We do not wish to carry over to another season any portion of
tho fur stock not a largo quantity remains to be sold but there are
many very fine things which will be offered at very low prices.
In the Basement and Oriental Room.
Ith W L. O. Hrsklno. After the Installa
tion an oyster supper was served and so
clal hour enjoyed.
Dr. and Mrs. II. II. Melnlyre imp nt
the. Westminster In Washington for th.
Fred Hayward was confined to his bed
ye.iteiday as tho result of a fall Tuesdny
nlaht. In company with some of the boj .
Haywatd was (tying m-robiur stunts and
was standing on the shoulders of Kvnu
Hf utile and helm: balanced by Fred mr
banks, when tho latter lot go of Hay
ward's hands, ll-adle Mill held his feet
nnd the victim fell over b.e k wards and
landed on his held with Midi foteo Hint
lip was stunned for tho time being lluj
wanl went home but was In fej. b. i I
Hint a physician wns i.illtd and Inst
of Hie TYuthodlst Chtiich will serve a
linsh dinner in their vestry Wednesday
noon January 31, 10 cents, Come.
Mrs. Clint les Wescomb died at her homo
Sunday, January 21. She had been a
great suffeier with a cancer for months
Mis. Ahina lilindy was liiiuried to Fred
Ijonsley of MontRomcry January 19 by
Klder Dean of Noith Hyde. Fork. Mrs.
7i. I S lvesttr's parents are visltlnR at
licr lionie. A Modem Woodmen lodge wa3
organized at 'he Mills January IS -with 21
member. The next Dorcas society meets
nilii Mrs. Herb Lucas Jauuaiy :!0. Thcro
Vitro live from Lowell who attended the
nicc'iiiR at Mts. F. M. Adntns's.
At tho rcRillnr meeting of Sterling
I.odpp, No. 41. 1. O. O. 1'. 1'ilday even
lliir, the billowing oIlleeiM wern Installed
for the ensuing jour by District Deputy
Grand Master W. D. Stewart of Fair
lax assisted by Geoige 1.. Morse of Mil
ton: X. C, W. W. Thorp: V. i.. J. S.
I.ea. h: secretary, W. S. Newcomb; tt ins
urer, I. L. Nnyos; llnnncial secretary,
V. 1!. Foster; warden, K. I,. Neiycs; con
ductor, V. V.. Foster; O. !., I,. 11. 'Lewis;
I. G., M. II. Goodhue; chaplain, II. A.
Noyes; . S. N. William White; I.. S.
JC. C! Frank Liown; It. S. V. G A. V.
"Wiswell; L. S. V. (!., Hetuy Drown; It.
B. P., I" G. Make; .. S. S C. i:. Denio.
At the close of tho exercises refresh,
merits were servi d.
At the ri-sul.tr meeting of Chaiity Ite
tiekah I.otK'e, No. ". the followint; of
ccrs were Installed lor the ensuing year
by t'jst District Deputies I'.irker and
PpnuidiiiK of SI. Albans. X. C. MIfn
Jilond Seymour; V. (i., MNs Helen Hall:
ttcretury, MNs llattie I'ratt, financial
Ftcretary, Jlrs. Nora Scollelcl; treasurer.
Mrs A. V. Wiswell; chaplain, Miss llallle
Gates; It. S. N. (., Mts. S. I!. Walto; I..
K. N f?.. Mrs. J. S. Leach: 11. S. V. G..
Ml", p. i. Foster; L. S. V. !., Miss 1,1
lah Wnlte: Con., Mls A. Dnrcas Sawyer;
marshal, Miss Dora Fairbanks; 1. C...
Mrs. W. N. I'utn.im: fi. G.. W. N. l'ut
nam. After the c xerci--es refreshments
of snndwiclie'--, c.il-e and eofffCt c were
pcrved and a social time enjoyed.
Camp No. Wll, M. . A., nelil a special
ineetlni; Tuediiy cvenim,-. Dlstilct Deputy
Grand Master I. Mayheiv Libliy of Hur
llnRton was present and spoko veiy In
terestingly to the lodue. A cotnpanv
lroin thi" place attended
The l.adb s' Wins ami Means society
will nivi t tliis week Thursday afternoon
Willi Mr. George Keeler. H. H. FulllllEton
left Monday morninc: for Doston on a
1,000 yards or more, short lengths, full dress patterns plain
their home uv.dnesdny evening the oee.t- and fancy designs in great variety Value 75 cents to $1.25. Included
slon being the 13th anniversary of their ( jn' tjjjg l0t wjU h0;
100 yards Colored Silk Velvets and Velveteens.
100 yards Black Silk Grenadine.
100 yards Colored Crepe de Chine short lengths.
Dress Silks 45 Cents.
' 500 yards Fine Dress Silks, plain and fancy designs that sell
regularly at $1.00 to $1.75 lengths 2 to 18 yards,
Fine Wool Dress Goods 25 Cents, v
400 yards Short lengths of our highest class plain and novelty
leaves Lengths 1J to 8 yards also
3 pieces Wool Albatross light shades.
6 pieces Nun's Veiling.
Black and Colored Aool Dress Goods 39 Cents.
1,000 yards Fine, high class Dress Goods, colors and black, in
cluding Cheviots, Voiles, Veilings, Scotch Mixtures, Mohair Suit
ings, Silk and Wool Mixtures, Twine Cloths, Serge, Camclshair,
Etamine, Canvas Cloth, etc. Value $1.00 to $2.50 per yard In this
lot will be included a large quantity of short lengths representing
great variety of our finest fabrics.
rmest Silk Velvets 25 Lients.
9 pieces Changeable Silk Velvets of beautiful quality, also high
novelty effects Value $2.00 per yard.
Plain Colored Silk Velvets 37 Cents.
200 yards plain Silk Velvet in good assortment, our regular
Black Wool Dress Patterns 75 Cents.
High class imported novelties in pattern lengths. The very
choicest fabrics in this department Value $2.00 to $3.50 per yard
playing whist and other Ramos. Itefresh
incuts weie served and n general good
time was the verdict of all. Mollis Gray,
who Is employed In tho Wlnooskl Savings
bank, Is at homo .sick, Mrs. Frank Tahiti
Is visiting her father, W. J. I'euse. MNs
Mabel I'utnam Is on the sick list. Mrs.
A. Oravlln has had a shock and Is very
low at piesent writing. Tho road be
tween the village nnd Brooklyn was un
der water Monday. Hoats were the only
means of conveyance.
Samuel Walker took poison Sunday ac
cidentally and would have died before
medical aid could have been summoned If
It had not been for tho prompt use of
antidotes administered by Ills wife. He is
all right now and at work again. Mr.
and Mrs. M. C. Sh.Utuck visited at her
brother's, Geoige Dlckford's, In Cam
bridge last Monday. Mrs, II. W. Coliuin,
who has been sick with grip and lheu
matlsm, Is on tho pain. Mr. and Mts. M.
It. Davis visit, d with F. Ill vers in Knos
burgh last w ok. AVatson Coburn com
menced going to school In llnkerslleld
Monday. Mrs. Jt. Potter Is on the hid:
United Stales Custom Olllcer rsrainard
and Canadian Olilcer llenn made an
other successful raid Saturday after
noon on the notorious line house at
North Derby and seized ninety buttles
Ama'-a llauvir of West Derby dropped
dead on lie mall train Friday night at
Unmet. Mr. Hnuver had been visiting
relatives in licston and vicinity nnd
was returning home. He bad been in
ill health for past few months.
The Uev. John Comings gave a veiy In
teiestlng talk upon his work In India as
missionary of tin- Congregational Church
last Sunday evening. There was .1 large
attendance. Mrs. K. W. Keith was re
cently e'.illed to Newpott to seo her sla
ter, Mrs. Helen Itecor, who Is very ill.
Miss Annie Copel.ind of Albany is assist
ing In the work at II. U. Chamberlain's.
A latge number from Irasbnrgji Central
lodge attended the Masonic meeting at
Newpot t last Tinrsday. Leo Cook re
turns to llutlington this week to resume
hl studies in the f. X, M.. Miss Marie
'!i aiiiierl: has returned to Contocook,
N. II. Dr. Templeton went to St. Johns
bury with a patient last week Tuesdav.
Atehie Mnvcv mnrpc nil 1 1 tlin QtnA., I
IUM"" ''- ""' farm and Thomas Simeno will move on
100 Metal Candle Sticks and Ash Trays that were 25 cents and
50 cents 10 CENTS
50 dozen All-White Huck Towcls-7 CENTS each 75 CENTS doz
50 dozen All-White Huck Towels-12.J CENTS or $1.35 dozen.
50 dozen All Pure White Huck Towels 15 CENTS each
OU dOZen Turkish Bath XOWelS 7 CENTS each. 'night ho was leported as getting on nice.
50 dozen All Pure Linen Huck Towels fcl.RO tier rlnsou. i b'.
LACE CURTAINS and DRAPERIES One two and three pair ..,,.,r.f.I:h.r!,Plp" .,lf,ft r,trnIny f,,r, Unr.
. in'cu'ii iniirr.( vim-it n; jiiin ti kuuh nil' I-
lots win be soin at very low prices. ltl
an miiomoblle fnctory.
A very pleasant whist party was held
with Mrs. Ficd I". Dullois nt her toornf
in the Randolph Inn Tuesday evening
A horse owned by Mrs. !i. F Illckir
ran away Tuesdiy evening from E. B.
McCrlllis's house on School street, u
Main stieet, through Merchants' Itow anr
down I Men sunt and stopped of Its own ac
eoid without doing any damage.
H. W. ALLEN & CO.
Furniture arid Carpets
High Grade Curtains.
A big season just over leaves us with about 15
pairs of odd Curtains, (only one pair of a kind). We
don't want them here and if one can use one pair of
Curtains this is the opportunity. The goods are the
very best in our stock.
1 pair Genuine Hand-Made Arabian Curtains,
were $22.50 now $11.25
1 pair Arabian Hand-Made Curtains, were
$6.00 now $3.00
1 pair Arabian Hand-Made Curtains, were
1 pair Cluny Curtains, were S6.50 now $3.25
1 pair Arabian Curtains, were $4.50 now $2.25
1 pair Soutache Curtains, were $5.00 now $2.50
1 pair Genuine Battenberg Braided Curtains,
were $4.00 now $2 00
8 pairs Nottingham Curtains, ranging from
$1.00 to $2.00-JUST HALF PRICE.
Miss Alice Crook ente i t.ilned her friends
nt a whist party Frld.iy evening.- alter
Nye nt West Lebanon, N. H , has com
menced work In the Opinion ofllee. Mrs.
George Jenkins has been confined to the.
house a week by illness Gov C J, lioll
and daughter, Miss Jennie, wero In town
Lisa week. Mrs. A. I). Shaw of Cam
bridge, Mass., is the guest or i,er inotlier
Mrs. M. If. Crook. Mr. ar.d Mr .;,
Ulake have mov d Into the hote whli h
they recently purchased of George Morn.
Mr. and Mrs. George Grant and (laugh
ter of Unrton were guests of Capt. am)
Mrs. P. S. Chamberlain Inst we. k Mrs
Jessie Gates Is In Hanover, N, II , for a
few weeks. Charles Sherbutne of tho St
Jnlinsbury Academy spent Sunday w l
his parents, the Itev. and Mrs. J. O. Shcr.
burne. Cliarles linker returned from Nen
York city Saturday. Dr. and iml Mrs. W
S. Colo wero called to London, Ont , las)
week by tho death of his mother,
M. j. Wnshburn nnd wife have been
visiting ids mother since Saturday, A
let tutu was given in Normal hall Friday
evening by C. W. Osgoeid of Ucllow.5
Falls. His subject was " Lnoklng and
.seeing." George D. Izer went to Uos-
ton Sunday on a short business tilp.
Mrs, V. 1. Spear was a guest at the "old
homestead" last week. Mrs. George W
Patterson Is visiting relatives in Newton
ville, Mass. N. I.. Hoyden, F,se., attend
ed the opening of supieme court in Mon'
pellcr Tuesday. Miss Olive falef. teacher
in tho upper room of the pr 1 inry school
has been sick with tonsllltts and her pi i
has be-en taken by Miss lisle y, one. of the
Normal students. Miss Kilo. Hernek,
teacher of drawing In the Normal for .1
weeks, has closed her labors hero nr 1 hs
gone to Johnson to teach the r . in
10 weeks of tho school year. Mrs Civ -
Gilbert died la.U Friday after a seven
illness. The funeral services were h i
Monday at Grace Church. The He
George Gilbert read the El lacopal sen. e
10 dozen LADIES' LINEN COLLARS variety of styles
6 dozen LADIES' BELTS Value 50 cents to $1.25 at 19 CENTS
'LADIES' NECKWE A' -STOCKS-TIES, etc 25 CENTS
who lives in California was unable to while drawing a load of goods on Pine
Price 75 CENTS be present. Of Mr. nnd Mrs. Hrown's 13 street in this village, war struck at the
Friday evening last, under the
I children 12 lived to grow up and the grade crossing near the H.ipust Church auspices of the Ten Pin, club, a prometi.
nine are middle aged ami older, several I on the east side of the liv.r by the ade and donation party was given at thi
luulng grand-children. Arad Urown went! Canadian Pacilic evening freight south town hall to assist the family of Herman
25 Dozen Mens Fancy Ho?c Half Price.
to Montreal SUurdny with his sister, bound. One of the horses was killed, the
Mrs. Ward, who went to the hospital, ' other injured, the goods scattered anil
where her throat was treated. I.uke Mr. Parmenter thrown some to or more
Miller ha returned from Foster, P. iy, feet, where he lay unconscious for sev
wheie he went to sen his sister, Mrs. eral minutes. Mrs. Ullza Unggy has re
iki rtington. who lately died and be re- turned from the Hoyal Victoria hospital
.... .. I.. Tnni...nl fivwl le I.w.-Itii-- nt I li o
... . . . v'niimrn nil inter me iiineiti. ,us. ..."i. .-... ...... .
25-cent qualities, Black, Blue, Tan embroidered in colors 10 ;KmnKl Woo,i and son. Aivin of strarroni, home ot her daughter. Mrs. it. m. mr-
CENTS Per pair Or 2 pairs for 25 CENTS Can.nl.i.. lece-itly visited her brother. r In this Vlllnge.-The wife of the llev.
50 and 75-cent qualities-Finest Cotton Lisle Thread, Silkoline, Dudley Tn.v-r.-Mr. Mrs. wu.-r J;m" 'ZLHJw
m t, " T. -oL n 1; o,l ,n,Mnv0rlPrioo,1 at Cleveland of Ueise, Idiho., became tb- s m l.arre. and the famib Is oc-
' 25 CENTS per pair
ftor.i I!otou last Friday night. There
vcr" union serviees at the Congregational
Church last Sunday night, the Uev. C. D.
I'P rce of the Mi thodi" Church was in
Ch.irge Johnson lodge, K. of 1., woiked
the It second and third rank last Tuesday
night, lifter whliii they partook of a
line repast fund! In il by "mine host"
Veils, seveinl coming up from Wntorvllle
lodge- 'Gentlemen's night" ol the ladies'
(iidi I.ist Ftid.iy night nt C. II. Stearns's
wis well attended, tlicte being over 60
A. t.. Laraway was in Duilinstnn on
tiLiic-- on Monday. J. V. Stmens was
in Boston, Mns., several days last week.
H A. Willcy visited his son. U. M. Wil
ley, at Greensboro over Saturday and
Bundav. J. D. Itl wi nt to Uoton on
Thursday to lie absent on business for
two weeks or moie. II. A. Jackson re
turned fienn Uoston on Thursday, Archie
Fienrh has (hushed woik for F. l.araway
ond taken the Marlt Stevens Hunt farm.
Mrs II inls Ueard went to Johnson Sat
indav to help cue for her sister, Mrs.
Jxittie l.eneh, who Is (pilto pick. John
Bmlth visited ins daughter, Mrs. John
Thompson, ai North Hyde l'atk several
days last week.
The funeral of Mis. Mary II. Dodge
vas held at the church Thursday, Jan
nary i the Uev. II. '. Howaul olliel.it
Ing. Ucautlful music was lendered by a
male qunrtetto composed of Uobert
Thomas, W. G. Lease, In Powell and II,
K Unymorc. Those fiom out of town In
attendance Were Mis. Joil l'.irnsworth of
Colchester. Nathan I.aiuplough of I'air
fax, Smith llclib of Johnson. Mr. and
Mrs. Trunk Powell of Uei kshlre. John
Dilnkwine has moved to Kssex and ira
Keith will occupy tho farm which lie
vacates. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Fender have
moved Into Geoige Popo's tenement, va
cated by Geotgo Gilmore, The ltev. Mel
ville Sh.ivir and btide have i turned Irom
JainaUn. II. W. 1., and are Hie guests of
lie;r parents, Mr. and Mis. L. S. Motse.
The body of Mrs. I.urena Thorpe, who
clled nt tho home of her niece, .Mrs. K.
A. Hill of Stowe Wednesday, January
37, was brought to this vlllngo on Fri
day and funeral services were held at
two o'clock p. ire. lit tho home of Mr,
nnd Mrs. George Stiles. The Hev. P.
A. Smith of Pulfer Methodist Kplscopal
Church officiated and the body was
placed in the tomb at Pleasant View
cemetery and In the spring will lie
hurled In the family lot at Cady's Falls.
Mrs. Tlioipo was SI years of ago, a
native of Mortistown and n resident
nf this town during most of her life.
Ph') was the widow of William
P, Thorpe. Hit only son. IMgar
Thorpe, died In Jamestown, North Da
kotu, about two years ago and only a
prandson, Georges of the. sanui place,
Mrs. Charles Hand was a visitor In
II, II. Pervler, who bus been seriously
111 with Uilghl's disease, is so much
improved that he Is able to be out,
Miss Agnes Woodward Is at tho homo
I tot her parents, Dr, and Mrs. G, K, Wood
Bvard, having completed her engagement
I to the John Prnnre farm, which he re
cently pureliaseit. I nose who have at-temptc-d
to draw logs on tiie ice have
found it unsafe to do so, for In some In
stances tho loaded sled wept to the bot
tom of the river. Mayland Clnugh Is re
covering from his illness. Clint les FMier
Is In Montgomery woiklng for the Hutch
ins Mill company.
Willard Wheeler broke both bones of
his leg last Monday by being caught in
the belt of bis gasoline engine. Several
from this town attended the Masonic ban
MUCt at Wolcott last week Wednesday.
A company of Sons of Veterans was or
ganized in this village Wednesday even
ing of last week with ifi members. Light
refreshments weie served and a pleasant
time was enjoyed -Several from this town,
attended the donation at South Albany
last Friday evening. Tho Gtangers hold
their meeting In the Woodmen's li ill last
Frlilsy evening, hoping to seeuie Its use
In the future, Several new cases of
measles appeared last week.
Dr. Ulckfoid and wife of St. Jolmsbury
were guests at James Peck's the part of
last week. Mrs. Snan Shepard Is nurs
ing at llenty Austin's, Mrs. Austin being
critically ill. C.irroll Graves and Call
Taylor nnd wife of Hardwick attended
the Sons of Vetei.ms' public Insinuation
of ofhccis List Thursday night. G. K.
Downing took tho second degieo In the
K, of V. lodge at Moriisvllle last Thuts-
elay night. Peter Golden is working on
tiie section for the piesent. Ft ban Mar
tin linlshed the winter term of school In
tho Hampshire district nnd Miss Molly
Mm tin In tho Town Hill disttict last Fil
elay. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. I.ncklo of Shel
don wete vlsltnts at the homo of Mr, and
Mrs. II, I. Itanelall tho latter part of last
week. Miss Lillian Golden came, home
fiom Johnson S.ituid.iy night on account
of her mother being III. Mr. anil Mrs. A,
W, Flanders enteiialnid If, of their young
friends nt their home last Friday night.
Whist nnd flinch weie played, after which
refreshments were stvi el ami .a general
geiod time was enjoyed, Homer Fisher
got his knee cut epilte severely by ail ax
while working In tiie woods Monday. Dr.
Dale was summoned ntiil several stitches
weie taken In Ihc wound. Miss Kldlo.
Knight Is on the sick list.
Mrs. Frederick Hillings of Woodstock
has very kindly send a check for $25
for the new church fund and generously
offoreel to send $100 more if tho society will
i also Jl.iOO by June U. It Is thought that
amount will nearly complete the edltlce,
Kx-Gov, Page has promised u gunerous
contribution If the church will own their
edltire and not get help from a liulldlns
arsoclntlon. It will rerpjlro $1,200 or more
to llnlsli and furnish the church ready
for use. Tim week of pruyer was ob
served beginning; January II, tho Orst
three nights In the Congregatlon.il
Church and the last three! In tho
Methodist Church. Wednesday, January
17 there was a notablo gathering at tho
homo of Mrs. tints, Gilbert, when
eight id' tho nine surviving children of
the late Mr. and Mrs James ilreiwn met
with their sister. One brotheir, Charles,
Ladies' Fast Black Hose 10 Cents.
A quantity of fine fast black Cotton Hose, also Ladies' Black
Fleece-Lined Hose full assortment ot r-izes iu UJNTfc per pair
Miss Ivan Johnson recently visited In
lias sold his tenement and dwelling on
T. Powers; anil
Mr. Powers has sold his place m nr
lieisant street to
Province hill, who will move tber- dir"Ct'
Included in this lot will be a quantity of Hosiery for Men, Women ;,iiis.-iion
mi rents of a bov December 12. -Miss "'! mg tile new personam
lih.oi. Wilson of" Sutton, fann.ln.. U rect. She is much improved In health.
Hm-mlinrr :i Tow u'coUk with Mrs. Is-i.'iP
Wilson, who Is verv Ill.-Mrs. O. P. Newport ami Irnshurgh.-A
WVIitlif In lir v!itr n li.wl limn i Itli
bund caused by pilcking her thumb ";"' u'r "' W;
with a hit pln.-Mrs. Walter Hell is "i ' . "' they will proceeel to Spokane Wash, foi
eUHe' su'li wmi nuiiisy .uui inn'-
Mildred P.eil bis been epilte siek with
II. Campbell, who were burneel out of
their house a fortnight since and baroly
escineo witn ineir lives, losinir tieariv
every particle of their personal clothing.
Quite a sum of money was received and
an anuneiance 01 ciownng anei nouenocj
futniturc Mrs. Georoge W. Tnplln re
turned on Monday evening to tho homo
of her daughter, Mrs. Kdwin D. Fuller,
after a fortnight's confinement n Hitch
cock at Hanover, where she had under
gone an opciatlon feir cancer, Tlio opera
tion was deemed successful and Mrs Tap
liu is now on the road to recovery.
I Frank Oilman ami his son Dean lcf town
i Wednesday mottling for Buffalo, N Y
whence, after a short ilt to rel.i'.ii'S,
and Children broken assortments that were 25 cents to 35 cents
ly Mrs, II. A. Clough has retuned fioi-i
Massachusetts, where she has be n eliir-
d Mittens 12 1-2 Cents.
In? the last ten weeks,
A quantity of Wool Gloves for Men, Women and Children-
Black White and colors that were 25 cents and 50 cents per pair.
Ladies' Kid Gloves 25 Cents.
About 10 dozen, broken assortments sizes 55566. and
7 colors and black every pair strictly high grade in quality but
of a kind we do not wish to continue in stock Value ?l.uu to ipa.uu.
Men s Kid Gloves 50 Cents.
Small quantity about one dozen pairs Value $1.50 per pair.
In the Muslin Underwear Room.
Ladies' Combination Suits very fine high grade goods that sold
from 85 cents to $1.75 per garment short sleeve, knee and ankle
length Pce 48 CENTS
500 yards SWISS iamaKUllJiKiJi5 i viunxo per yaru
LADIES' SHORT OUTING SKIRTS 29 CENTS
CHILDREN'S OUTING NIGHT DRAWERS, 38 CENTS
LADIES' OUTING NIGHT DRAWERS 90 CENTS
LADIES' PATENT LEATHER SHOPPING BAGS, 39 CENTS
iVash Goods Remnants.
WMMMMM MBOMMHMMM MrmwMnsMn
600 yards Remnants of Ginghams, Voiles, Eoliennes, Canvas
Etamine, also high colors in Surah Linings, Colored Farmers Satin,
Percaline, etc 9 CENTS per yard
Men's SKirts 68 Cents.
Just another chance at these and then $1.00 to $1.50 will be the
price it just depends upon where you look. $1.00 here.
Men's Outing Night SKirts 68 Cents.
$1.00 for these always except in this sale all sizes up to 20.
Cloak and Suit Department.
LADIES' LONG WINTER COATS, splendid, serviceable gar
ments, including rain coats $2.00
LADIES' BLACK and COLORED COATS and OUTER GAR
MENTS a most remarkable offering., $5.00
CHILDREN'S WINTER GARMENTS for ages 4 to 14 years -values
up to $12.50 $4.00
10 dozen LADIES' HOUSE WRAPPERS made of fast color Per
cale in variety of dark colors $1.19 instead of $1.50 and $1.75.
BLACK SATINE PETTICOATS 5 dozen or more included
in this lot are skirts that sold as high as $2,25 and $3.00
Price 95 CENTS
LADIES' WAISTS A quantity of waists made of fine Wool
materials that sell regularly at $3.50 to $5.00 98 CENTS
W. U'ooelwoi tli ami
Mis. IMtienee I.each ef Knosburgh Falls
came to see, their brother, 1.. S, Wood
worth. Mrs. I. ach will remain for a -diortj
time. Miss Jessie Woodwortli went
home with her uncle for two days.
N":itly everyone linn a very bail cold'
complicateel with seire throat. Mrs.
llue'U of Newport has been spenellng a
few elays witli Mrs, Ilert l'ercy. Friday '
and Sunday Die weather was warm anil Dr. and Mrs. II, II. Meintyre left Fii-
spiing-like, Miss Orcetla Atwood went lay for Washington, D. ('.. where they
to Lowell last week to stay a while. will spend the greater part of the winter.
Die Young Ladies' Heaeling club are He fore returning heie Dr. Mclntyro will
planing to present a drama in the near ninUo his nnnunl business trip to the
future. Oi'ar Travel- lias mnveil from, "est. While In Washington they will
Troy to the ls.tne Wilson's tenement. nnele their hcnelipinrb-r.s with Col. and
Dr. Young accompanied patent to Mem-'Mrs, Crosby P. Miller,
tri'.il last we-.k -Mis. Moore of South-, Tim annual nv.iting of the Randolph
wiclt. Mass., and Mr. nnel Mrs. Father of i K'lepnone exehnnge was held Friday at
llvele. Talk weie re ce'tit gttestn eif their "1P exchange office. F.v, ry department
lster, Mrs. Charles Gilbert and brothers, . "',s found to be In excellent condition.
A rml ami Jeihn Urown. Stated-Attorney , 'r,' officers' repeirts weie accepted and
Cook of Newport was here hist week on adopted anil the following officers w."-e
b'gil business not connected with his eif- '"'e'le', ror the year ensuing: President,
llee. The ltev. T. A. JunMn ami M. W.I n'' e-orge W. Kceitt; s. er.'t.iry and tre.is
Freeman went to Newport Tuesday tol,lr,T; w- Melntvre. ehiveteir. H.1..11
attend tho Ministerial association meet. '' f'nfrd: auditor. O. J. Mareott. The
Ing.-The mercants are having their fxt-iiange lias lieen in operation tliree
.,..1.- .town i1r.u well 'Hl IIOIU
the efficient service
attended-Homer Ilurham attcmlrd the eyos.eie.. me ..cm .e.c.n
district Masonic meeting at Newport last ' "", ."' ' 1
week Thursday anel Flieliy. A. J. Mil
ler of Newport was in town last Sunday
dleel last Friday, after several weeits'
of severe! suffering, aged 47 years. She
was an exemplary member of tho Con
gregational Church, always In her place,
anil teaily for every good work. She
leaves a husband nnel two sons to mourn
he'f loss. The funeral services wero heiel
Mrs. J,tme Howe has punii.iseel of the
Itev. nnel Mrs, G. 1"). Howe their resi
dence on Prospect avenue. Mrs. Howe
will take posse'splon Immediately and
Me rt.i.l M.. 11...t. ...01 ...........
wife of Jason Wilson thoir ;,;;, "J f h f
the newly purchased house in a few
H. F. nicker shipped a carleiad of hogs
from this station Saturday. Mr. Itlcki'r
puiehaseel front eine farmer - lings that
weighcel ,I0ii iiouuds. for widcli lie paid
tile Slim nf t ( i". 'PI... l.,ri'..sit lint- in lli
at the house Sumlay afteriie.e.n, the Jtev. I ,.,, wplBl)ril ' ,;v,i ,,,! ami the lot
I., , .Me'ie' 1 ill ii-i.i K 1 UK tin tiviiimnii)
a prolonged stay. Mrs. Fernando M
Perkins has gone to visit relative's ant
Irienels In Gloucester, Mass, win 10 1
will spend several weeks. Mrs. Joseph
French, a successful "hen farme' ha.'
11 rtVirwle Islnnil reel millets, hatched l.'isl
April, which have laid 1,2ml eggs ip tc
January ii2 last. Dr. Frank II '1 dfrt
returned Saturday from the meet 1 e 01
tho New England examining be arels nt
registration, to which he was appon ted
a delegate by the Vermont State board.
Ho was chosen a vice-president The
Tyiian club has set up a new billiard
talilo In its rooms.
was tho finest hunch of hogs ralseil by
one farmer ever brought Into this sta-
(lowers llttesteel to the- leivee and esteem
111 WHICH sue was m ill. 1 " e imikhhii- j
llonal Ladies' .'neb sent a bouquet nf clml.1(.s wtfl ,,,, hl! ,OMi j,,.nr,
47 carnations. '1 he youngest son. Carroll,, .,. ,lt Wf)r,. 0 , rnof f ., immK
was 1101 aoie 10 no jnesi-ni .e oe. is s,..- , ,. .,.,rr.. )n iv.1,,,1 p,.,.
fering with meitles. .1. '. Hay's chilelii'n
are sick with meisles. -iiie Congrega
tional Ladies' Circle In. 1.1- a business
meeting nt Mrs. Ihnma CI rk' ne.M i : 1 -urelay
evening. Donnld Kllborn, who
liu.s been' finite out of .health, Is report-e-el
better, Henry Way's little elaughlir
wiiH unite sick the tirst of the wveit
Miss Clara Parker and Horace Laplcr
wero married Friday. Januaiy ID. The
Hev. C. II. Coollelgo performed thei eetc
niony. John Atherton nnel family of John
son havo moved in with Daniel Goreau.
Mrs. William Wanl went to Montreal Ftl
dny for counell for a throat trouble
Fieeman Lathrop has moied into the
Hartwell tenement. Mrs. Frank Hlch-
elay a staging g.'ie vy. letting father
and son to tin1 ground, 1," feet below,
Yeiung White received a blow from the
fall that splintered the bone' below his
left elbow, while' the father escape'el with
a few scratches.
Miss ltertha Unwell left Siturday for
llurllngton, where' she has gone' for treat
mi'iit ut the' Sparlnwk sanllniiiini.
Albeit H. Mane'hester, who has been
In poeir licalth for several months, him
not been ns well as tis iiel for the past
week anel seems to lie gradually falling.
At the regular niecting of Kxcelslor
ICncnmpnient. I. O. p. I, No, 21, held
In Oeld Fellows' lull Saturday evening
the annual Inst.ill.itlon of off Icei s tools
place, D. D. G. M. Alcv Kddy and his
assistant from N'nrt Illicit! acted as In
atds has gone to Montgomety center to stnlllng officers anel the following officers
visit her son. C. J. Powcrs.-i.. II. ere. .rl. nstalei, f01. ,, coming year- C.
Ion was iu Wolcolt tho Kith to atl"nd tho ,, ict. linm : II. P.. A N. Hnyi's;
Lamolllo county elisttict mceilng held H, v., (. G. Kent; scrilie. N. c. lltick!
there. tteusurer. J. P Clcveianil; J. W,, C. s.
NORTH TROY. Unotli nnel the following iippeilntlve of.
Ilce'iy. were ins died- Guarel. .lose.ph
On Satnnlay evening, tine Ot li lusl the p,W. . si,, p ,1 lllanchardi 1st W.
two-nurse Uani ol Walter Parieciiter, Mark Gooelell; :iul W., O. J. MurcotC,
RU HAND COUNT!
Arnold district, died suddenly Weelnesda
evening while attcmlmg a Masonic met'
ing of Farmers' Chapter, No. 0. Mr. al
left his homo early 111 tin evening ,ine
eltove to town anil went to the lodge roon
in Smith block. About ten o'clock Mr
Clinil mil raiuiei ieir a moment anil ine
fell against the arm of Edgar N. Mllh
who at once saw that he was seriouol II
I'll ...emu, . .... ...in ... .it .....in, .
siiminoiieei tun .en. .111 ti e 1 1 l 1; 1 11 1 ee
mlmilea. the. nrobnble cause", hi Itc h 'at-
survived by a wile ;md one wn, CI ,un c
.. I ....Ir ... l,..irt- r.t.. ,.
tl' H-'I'llC H liei.ti . 1 nv Ml . '. ' '
lll'l.i ...'111 ,1.- i. .1. .
funeral. As soon as Mrs a'l i' I soi
wi'tn Informed eif the eleatb 01 Mr Val
they Imnie'ellate'ly eliove to t w'i with
liill J l UHVPIHIH lull.- . "... ...
. . ... .... ... 1.l..l. It
IlVai well' li'll 111 nee I'l '
lnill. It IS supposed tuai .ll .11.nu uui
.... .1. .,.,r,, 'le.itiml n ill t .neil til.
frightened uml ran down Carver street
where the wagon struck i aii le p..
bnaking It completeb off i nl tre. inc tb
....nn in. for .1 11.111 nonr .. wire' inai
('.mine sl-.ir. li I'll 111 A
lll)lll- I'll V.t.fc v.. .... . .
Wetberbee. The horses woe u.nll
scratclieel and bruised.
K. M. FHiil anil U. 11. nuencoru ni
to .ueriiemii i 1 miis.i.i "-'.
attend the meeting ol t. e 'rolley line pio
motets. Mr. llarss of ine-nsn ng na
been visiting Ills I 1 ' '"
creai siioi'H en 1111 i
lle.lt h Of .Mrs. J.imeS lieilvlisr n.inu .1.1'
janillirj nil' oeui i'i-'ii 1 -"
as usual, but feeling a i-iid. ailed a pin
fclclan, In the nlglu. when just nbon
to take her medicine, slio dleel The fu
neral was 'held Monday, January ir, th
llev. 11. .'i. 'inif.ins- .......... ....I.
selections were .-ung by a eiuarti'tti iren
White ball. The blliinl wis In ciom
Wediuselay. January 17. a large tumibe
a. ....l.l... I .,e Mi" home Ol .11
Ol mie-sen u t--.-iu i ii'i. ...
and Mrs. Frauds Foede tei wltne'ss th
i",i. .-l ie., of llirir elauul'lir Miss Dais
(jjiiiei iiir.i " i'.ii"i"ij)