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CÀLEDONIAft-ftÈCOffit)', frftftiÀY, frÉCÈMBÈU 12, À Simple Way to Get the v j Benefit of tliè Best Stima Dr. CMweìì's Syrup Pepsin contains the Cinesi Egyptian òenna, as recommenaea oy ine kj. j. i . n t,r ACREAT many peopk liabitually conslipaN-d,' fmd relitl iti chewing; una leavc ór brewing them into -t "tea" arij diiukiiiB ìt. Tliey will bc glad to know that they can oLlain senna alieady Ltewed, at no greater expense and in a mudi .mora convenienl and agroe nUe forni. - Tlie eliief laicalive constituent of Dr. GddvveH' Syrup Peptiu is Egyplion tcima (cassia acutiolia) gatlieied in the Egyptian Solidali. Tliis grade is leldom told at relail. It is, however, recognized ai first in tlie U. S. Pharmacopeia be cause c( its freedom from griping and ils cleanei action on the intestines, and be causft it does not lose iti effect after repeated use. In Dr.1 Cldwell'i SvruD PeDiui the Egyptian renna is coinbined wilti pepiin inuking an exeptionalty valuable tonic laxative in dyspepsia and other disturb ances of the stomacli and bowels. It has been on the market silice 1892 and many r lliousands of people who formerly bought 1 an interior grade of senna at relail now j buy Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Peptiu for 50c ' j and $ I a Lrge bottle. It il sold in ali 1 drug stores. gffyqtmm In stille of the fact lliat Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is the larijest sellini liquid ìaxalive in the World, Ihere beimi over i 0 million boltles sold eaclì year, many ' tolio nced its benefits bave not yet nsed it. 1 yoit bave not, send your nume and addre'r's for a fece trial bottle to Dr. IV. lì. Caldtoell, 511 IVashinijton St., Monti cello, Illinois. . - WHEKLOCk r.:.-.s ,:V.. L. N. Creo returned frpm a trip io Massachusetts last Tuosduy night. , Mr. and Mrs. V. J .Mooney and non Howard,' ami Mrs. Rebeeca Moonoy, visited at Geo. Weed's last Saturday. W. N. Willcy and family were busi ness visitors at St. Johnsbury last Friday. Homer Bennett's father- has come to spend the winter with them. . W. C. Mitchem is in St. Johnshuiy attending county court as juryman., There is a grange meeting this week Saturdsiy evening. Frank Scruton and wife who are both invalids, Mrs. Scruton in a wheel chair, the result of a broken hip, were made giaci Thanksgiving by a bountiful dinner sent in by the vili lago ppople and fricnds at Lyndon for which they are very Rvateful. Mr. and Mrs. Fred HofTinan ve tumecl last Thursday evening from Burke, Newport and P.arton amonp: relative, BETTER THAN CALOMEL Thousands Havè I)iscovered Dr. Edwards' Olivè Tablètà Are a Harmless Substitute Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets are the result of Pr. Edwards determination not to treat liver and bowel complaints with calomel. For 17 years Ite used these tablets (a veRctable compound mixed with olive oil) in his pnvate practice with great success. - t They do ali the good that calomel does but bave no bad after effeets. No pains, no eriping,, no ìnjury to the cums or daner from acid foods yet r, '.- tu.. Kit.. onH Ki-kUrolC lake Dr. lìdwards Olive lablets when you feel 'logy'' and "heavy. Note liow tbey clear clouded brain and perk up the spirits. lQc andaca Ikix. John Buck ley was in Windsor ali of last week attending U. S. court s juiyman. BOWLING .... ality 1 i f I 'r . Dining Room Furnituie Library Furnituie Living Room Furhìture Parlor Furniture Office Furniture' ' ' Ladies Writing Desks Tables , , Leather Ròckers Music Cabir.ets Umbrella Stands Cedar Chests Mirrors Frame Pictùrcs Sewing Baskets Sawer's Pictùres Davidson Pictures Smokers' Stands (Oak) Smokeis' Stands (Mlig) Smokers' siartds (feras) Tabaretts Mahogàhy Tiàys Mahogany Flower Holders Iìook Cascs Hook Ends Jardinieres Tea AVaffons Sewing Tablet Card Tables ; Hoosier Kitchen Cabincts Carpet Swcepcrs Costumers Screens (Burlap) Bath Rdom Stools Medicine CaBi'riets Pool Tables, three sizes Child's Chairs Child's Rockers Child's bésks Baby Sleiffhs , Baby Fiir ftòbes Blankets Puffs ' Telephohe Stands svO L-r Mahogany Nbvèlties " St. Jòtmsbury, Vèrmorit " '- - - - ; -" mirmmaMtm imi BlllllligiWinaka l.àiu'.iT J rratnmg ictores Teain .No.. 1 defeated Tenni No. Il in the bowling leaoùo of the Fuir banks' teams at the i3arquin alleys Monday night in a dose match lowing is the cletailed score TEAM NO, fi Coleman 170 140 Cari' . 11 !ì Colburn l'15 Drummond 111 Long 808 844 TEAM NO. 1 Logan 102 lf!8 Smith 125 Incorsoli l.r,0 Gay 210 VVright 148 804 751. S08 23Cf! ; In the Fairbanks bowling Jeaguc at the P,arciuin alleys Monday night Team No. 2 won ,over Team No. jbv the following score: TEAM NO.. 2 Haffner Legendre Ingersoll Uathbun Fullcr James Cox Flynn Kirk Iìanney TEAM NO. 153 154 191 107 18!) 180 LÈÀGUÈ . mi si S Fol- sJffaMJ - : "V 158 472 1 T-r , . , c ') ì!t- ìs S i W l ours ror a . 189 105 525) Mf w T - 1IÌ5 178 145 458 .fLlS J B.iri. l 7C7 2319. : A .Willard Eattery 151 451. fe with Threaaed Rubber I ico 147 4C4 è A afcamst little battery ili- L , , I. sa n 'r.nA r.tn!ii1i1 fon ' r 9 , X Four years' experiehee - on many thoùsand cars A . i y 1 has proven that this bat- Jr . 184 143 IfiO 480 'X tery gives you more reai y- - 172 142 118 432 F'' value, more assurance of ' 1 v 5S ìf. S Qr long-continued efficie,, . 178 149 108 405 cy, less anticipation of r- f 'ìf trouble than any othèr ' T- . ';' V 844 S39 837 2202 ..-, t,.. ' . A ' 158 405 f; It's a battery tliat you A 113 187 407 r ought.toknowabcut.If ' 137 133 470 ' j- you'll come in we'll teli V i OC 141 42C r ' J you about some of th'esè I J 1 Stili Better Willards. 1.J 3t. Jolinsbury Storage Bat 1 V tery Company jV'V Aulhorizcd Willard Service Station "', - A 9-11 Portland Street ! ! - " 1 :fT - ' ' ' ' . . . . V Come Gii Over f pA to Our House ftì V idéS We're Fine and Warm!" Ili-I' Pliìlclrn nliivino- nn tVte floor. with no danp-er of IH 'WAAAAa,- T . - ' Il A : 829 637 729 2215 In Team No. 5 Howard substituted for Flynn in the third string and for Ranney i. the second string. PEACHAM Mrs. Goldie Grigwer, teacher at East Peacham, will have a spelling school and box supper, with a little play at her school house at East Peacham, Friday evening, Dee. 12. The object is to buy a beli for the school house. AH the ladies who do not bi ing a box will be fìned. Orange Taylor is working for the Bickford sisters during the absence of Clarence Esden at St. Johnsbury on the ury. A new blacksmith has come to South Peacham. to Albert Randall.'s shop, Mr. Lennén from Massachu setts. This is a fine location and ali will be pleased to welcome him. Mr. and Mrs. Scott IJarimg nave closed their house at South Peach am and gone to spend the winter with their children. The nurse who has been caring for Mrs. Herbert Hooker was obìiged to go away and another has been secur ed to take her place. Mrs. James Craig was at Mar.h fielil at Cash Lamberton's one day last week to see her aunt, Mrs. Lam berton, who to the regret of many friends is obliged to go to the hospi tal this week. ., . ; twcen.her thumb and finger whilc opening a can of string beans. It wus a very bad gash severing an artery and bled very budly ali the rest of the day. , The same day Al bert Teak was chopping in Ed. Rowe's sugar place and put the axe i intq onc of his.iect. ne starten nome with his team and says ne musi nave fainted away o: the road home. When he ìtaehcd home they carried him into the house and llr. Ifodgdon was called. It proved to be a very bad gash, Both patients are as com fortable as cah bc expected. , Hollis Lamb and Ired ,Mitchell of Boston were heie duiing the deer hunting and returhed home Saturday night to Boston. , . Tho following were the successful deer hunters of Peacham: Grange Taylor,. Knox Hunter, Lewis Abbott, Lee Somovs, Charles Jennison, Phil ip . Kinersqn, Alwyn Shields, Selbie Bogie, Wendell , For3, William Bur den, Francis Somers, Fred Stoddard, I7vight . Stoddard, Stewàa-t Stevenson, Albert Goss..., These were ali report ed to the town game warden, J. C. F. Ritcher and were half bùcks and half does. Death of Mrs. Emma L. Jennison . Mrs. Emma L. Jennison who has been ili for some time of Brighs't disease and who- had been for two months. in Heaton hospital,,, ,,Mont pelier, passed away al the home of her sister, Mrs, Richard Doying at Montpelier, Saturday, Nov, 29. Emma Lovica Bailow , was the daughter òf Simeon and Mary (King) Bailow and was born at Peacham, July 30, 1850. She was one of a fàmily of two sisters and live brothers. One sister, Mrs. Rich ard Doying of Montpelier and two brothers, Jerome Bailow òf Plain field and.Elmer BwiìQW of Lynn, Mass., are, living, also a half broth er, Fred in the west. . Sire waa three tìmes married her first husband being Mark Shaw .... of Cabot,, ,,Two children were born, one of w.hom is livingv Andié A. Shaw of Derry, N. II. Her second mar riage, wis tq Charles Pattridge of this town. After bis death sbe mar ried Orin M. Jennison of Peacham, Sept. 1 24, 1886 who sùrvives her. Three children were born to, them, Rosa M,., (Mrs. Eq-. Moore) who died three years ago, Perley M. Jennison now of Wilton, .N. H., - and Charles O. Jennison who erved.in the late war. and carne from overseas. last spring. - r Mrs. , Jennison , when first, mai'riecl liyed àt Èast .Cabpt. but; since that time the greater part of her life has been passed, in Peiicham. where she was a, member of the, Cpiigregational church ahd ahvàys enjoyed attend ing church and public gatwirings. .. Miv and ,Mrs.,' Guy Cassidy of Massachusetts,, havo . been at their place here throuah the deer season. r.TMrs; Jennie Williams'; of Danville was at Mrs. Mary Mackay's last Children plavinsr.on the floor, with no danger of jf catching coki. Rest of the family comfortable in any part of the house what's more desirable during these long winter evenings ? An - y InTERiirriòniL Onepipe Hcatér brings joy to the whole family.. The whole house is kept warm, so no need of hugging stoves. Only one fire to tend once or twice a day and no f uss, dirt or both er from fuel or ashes. This one sdentine heater," placed in the celiar,- throueh its.. one pipe and register dc)ivers healthfùl heat every whcre in the house. And it keéps the celiar cool. Vóu ou2ht,,to,'bavé one; it cpsts nò more to run than several stoves. Get the big InTÈRriinorML Onepipe book. It is instructive, intercsting. 15! ti ' i VW j-.UJl'tì,. hit VgRSSV- ri J .j. H. J. GOODRICH . Railroad Street St. Johnsbury, Vermont COME IN TODAY! v Come éarly àrid màke your, selèctiòns i of Refcords for" thè idéal Christmaà ' gif f, btitrhbfé" " thari a jChristmas gift a source of pleasure that lasts throiigH the year. Christmàs àhcì Deòember Recòrds now on sale. A. L. BAILEY ! week. ... "