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NEWS A'ND CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1897.
8 FIBROID TUMOtt Excelled by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Interview With Sirs, V. A. Lombard. I have reason to think that I would not be here now if it had not been for Lydia K. I'inkliam's Vegetable Com pound. It cured me of a fibroid tumor ia my womb. Doctors could do nothing forme, and they could not cure me at the hospital. I will tell you about it: I had been in my usual health, but had worked quite hard. When my monthly period came on, I flowed very badly. The doctor gave me medicine, but it did me no good. He said the flow must be stopped if possible, and he must find the cause of my trouble. Upon examination, he found there was a Fibroid Tumor in my womb, and gave me treatment without any benefit whatever. About that time a lady called on me, and recommended Lydia E. I'inkham's Vegetable Compound, said she owed her life to it. I said I would try it, and did. Soon after the flow became more natural and regular. I still continued taking the Compound for some time. Then the doctor made an examination again, and found everything all right. The tumor had passed away and that dull ache was gone. Mrs. 15. A. Lombaed, Box 71, Westdale, Mass. ? , MORRISVILLE. Grange pipnic dinner to-morrow. Mms Addie EwarilH, preceptress at the' Aeadetny, arrived here .vest jrday to take up her work, having recover ed from her accident. Peter Liodhard and daughter, Jen nie, former residents here wer in town to-day accompanied by P.1 J. and Miss Impey of Kichford. Mrs; Hubbell of Summer ptreefc. ac companied her daughters, Mrs. Will iams and Mrs. D winell, to their home in Lynn, Mass., on Monday. The local agents are prepared to show the features and desirable points iu the new chainlees bicycle put upon the market last week by the Columbia people. E. A. Dill and wife, P. II. Gale, wife and daughter, Eloisa, from Stowe, drove through the Notch to Cam bridge last week to visit relatives. They report a very pleasant trip and visit. Philo Hill isat hom? onn short va cation from Hoston where he is at work fortheChoate Drug Co. Philo is looking hole and hearty and is con sidered by his employer as one of his best salesmen. The "Maple St. Whist Club" to the number of Mxtee'i went down to Via Prown's in Stowe. Tuesday evening of last week and passed the evening very pleasautly. Elegant refresh ments were served and all pronounce tha genial Vic. and his estimable wife royal entertainers. Andrew Smith carried the party down in a four- horse outfit. The CroHhing Oucstloii. Within a short tiiu we presented the very important question relative to the possibl doing away with one or both crossings, one mile east of here, at what is known as Tenny bridge. The peculiar location and the serious danger that is a constant menace to fie tra veller by highway, were points then brought out. Since that time Capt. Kenhrld of the Slate Board of Riilroad Commissioners, Las visited that, point with the Select men of Morristown. who looked the ground over carefully. The abolish ing of the further crossing would be desirable, but would not amount to much as it is not a road that is traveled, except by a couple of families or so. The danger surrounding the pres ent crossing on the main highway, however, is evident to all, and if a possible remedy is to be had the pub lic will 'be greatly pleased to have it applied. It is thought that by some change in the road the highway may be, without a great outlay, carried under the track, abolishing the grade crossing. Commissioner Kenfield thinks it could, and should be ac complished. Some day the street on the Brooklyn ide will pass under the railroad, but it ih not best to ask or expect too much at a time. The Student' Kiitertaluiiient. And it seemed quite exclusively the students' affair too, for the attend ance upon the entertainment given by Newton Beers under the auspices of the graduating class last WeUnes dav wasnot whatit shouldhave been outside of the school itself. Mr. Beers in his impersonation of the several characters in "Ihe Merchant or Yen ice." exhibited marked ability. He successfully brought before the audi ence each individuality without leav ing the stage and without the very material aid that would be afforded by the use of costumes appropriate to eacb. The criticism that some felt like of fering would be founded on the fact that there was too much of it, too lengthy, and that there are many more satisfactory and pleasing enter tainments that might have the at tention of the public in general. To a Shnkesnenan enthusiast it was well nigh perfect. Mr. Beers rendered the lines of this Shakesperian product in a delightful manner, as a facial con tortionist he is good, but lor a full evening's pitting give us something more enlivening. t:ron Quickly fared. MmrxTAiv fii.K. Ark. Our children wero ...HY.rm.r mrith cronn when we received n hot tit) of tlmiuborlaiu'H Cough ltemcdy. It af forded almost IriHtant relief. V. A. 1 hoiin .nnv Thin eelebrnted remedy is for hiiIo by H. J. Dwinell, Morrisvillo; 0. I). Foss, Hydo Turk; Dr. T. r. llubbell, wuieoti. Au Academy Lyceum. With A. Oscar Gates presiding, and Miss Snlla Hadley as secretary, the Academy st udents held an enj jyable Ivceum lat-t Friday evening. Miss Gnie lloi-heh-au opened with music, vtlieu the secretary called the roll and read the report of the last meeting. Mrs. Ernest Gates was appointed ciitic and Mrs. B.'ebe and Messrs. Hadley and Farrand as board of de cision, i The topic then introduced for dis cussion was Unsolved "That man kind is influenced more by fashion than by reason." The disputants were, on the affirmative, Messrs. Dar ling, Munson and Parsons; negative, Miss Atchinson and Mr. Smith. Dur ing intermission the board of decision deliberated upon the matter of weight of argument and rendered a decision for the affirmative, while the house on a vote on the merits of the question voted in the negative. The Misses Bell and Eva Barrows had a duet and the critic made her report. The "Students Journal" always appearing as an attractive part of lyceums, was ably edited and read by Misses E'lith Dodge and Cora Wood ward. George Olmstead declaimed, and there was music by Misses Lena Irish and Mary Barrows. The election of offi'.'ers for the bal ance of the term resulted as follows: President; George Olmstead; Vice President, Mr. VVarreu; Secretary, Miss Atchinson ; Business Commit tee, Messrs. Darling, Parsons. Peck, Misses Rocheleau, Hadley and Dodge. An enjoyable social hour, together with the'above program made a very pleasant evening. The Way They IJo It. Those two heavy-weight, hand some and experienced judges of La moille County Fair races Dr. llublee and Ned Webster went dowu to Sheldon Junction last Thursday, where, with the popular starting judge, George II. Thomas, who was that day in the ranks of onlookers, they witnessed the closing races of the season on the Sheldon track and some very good races they saw. Mr. Delaney, with a strong accent on the middle part of his name, who was up here fair time, was also down there, to see the horse "Colliath" from Bur lington do some track work. Now Delaney owns 'Colbath," and it broke his heart here at Lamoille County Fair when in the two-nine-teen class it was announced from the st-ind that "Colbath" had made the mile, equal to the best track record, in 2:18. His melodious voice pro claimed long and loud that those good men iu the stand were 'green horns, holders of two dollar and a half watches, no good, anyhow, and all because he didn't waut his horse shut, out from future two-eighteeu class races, in fact Delaney (remem ber and let your voice slide up on the l-a) was awfully wrought up. Down at Sheldon "Colbath" and Delaney appeared again, "Colbath" in the eighteen class and Delaney in a hap py frame of mind, and while in that happy mood he arose in the grand stand after "Colbath" was on the track, and majestically waved his cane and vob:e at theiauges. the flourish of the cane meant much, the flourish of the voice said : ''Do you moind that aiteeu an a quarther, now," and they moinded. Urewster, the driver, again made a mistake in etting "Colbath" iu too quickly. Our Aldermauic visitors ami their host, Mr. Thomas, and lots and lots of others, holders of watches worth two and a half and better, had the pleasure of seeing "Colbath" turn the mile in 2:lu)4 easy. Ihis was too bad. Delaney was frenzied, he talked, he walked, his back hung high as though he had been carrying mortur hod for a month, and as a result ot all this tremendous agitation of Delaney's and his con sorts, and in order to keep "Colbath" eligible to the eighteen class, the time was given out as 2:18. Delaney's fuee and back smoothed out, our heavy-weights pocketed their cheap tickers and hustled for the train, seriously contemplating the mys teries of race track jugglery. That Electric ltalloon. About a year ago now we were hearing a lot about thpt mysterious sending up of electric balloons some where over south-west of here, the trials being made nearly every even ing, while the natives were treated to a sight of the brilliant electric scheme well down on the horizon. It was fun tolook at the thing then, easier than now, but if you really want to see it. the self same thing, just get up at five o clock in the morning and look over eastward, for the location has changed to the opposite side of the heavens, and thpre you will see the brilliant planet Venus, now a very uear neighbor to J upiter. A Grand Kemedy. Neurotic Oil heals the sick. It makes the ailing well. It is a stand ard household remedy for all aches pains, and diseases of the head, throat, and internal organs. It will cure every case of cramps, dyspepsia, diarrhiea, and cholera, as well as a hundred other common complaints No family should be without it for a day or an hour. At druggists and general stores. MONTGOMERY CENTER; Albert Broods is working in Kiclilord. AV ill 1. umbra and Lizzie Dcuso weremarried Oct. 14. Mr. feern, who linn been prenclilnif nt Hcctorvillo tlirnnuh the nil miner 18 closed Iiih lihurs and none to (i run by. Dick Miiinl. who lins been driving tenra for 1. ('. llutchlns for the past three years, ex peels oon to commence driving Binge from ttutucl to W OOUHlOClC. A social dnncing tmrty will hn given in Kt iles' hull Friday evening, Nov. 12. Mimic by Potter n orebeHtrn. Hull bill 75 cent All are invited to attend. ELMORE. Mr. Peake remains very leebl... A. J. Slaytun is nguin ut F. L. SI jy toil's. A brotberof Ed Peo has bought the George J. Slayton farm. Ed Aiken "dropped a stitclt" in bis buck over a week ago, and Iiiih been laid up ever ti nee. lnrtin lonng baR finished work for F. L. 8ln.vt.on, and ifone to North Muntpelier, to work for Mrs. George Chase. Isuinh Farnham has tiikentlie. Unwell farm and moved there, and Hollm Putnam nun moved to the liellevillu house ueur the old Itob. Hill tuill. Charles Younii lias concluded that farming is better business than working iu a saw mill and closed his labors for F. L. Klnyton and taken a farm in Morristown of George i kins, possession given Nov. 1. We are very sorry to hear a rpporr, that we aretoloseour minister. Rev. A. B. lliggs.who it is reported, is going to resign his charge hereon accountof the prolonged feebleness of Mrs. Uiggs. Mr. and Mrs. Riggs have made many friends here, who will Im sorry to have them go, and all hope that Mrs. Riggs may speedily regain health and strength. Zion's Herald of Oiit.20.says: "Rev. Alfred Sbarman, a native of Staffordshire, Eng., who has had charge of our church in River side, R. I., the past few months.died in Provi dence, Oct. 10, at the age y (i years. For four years previous to bis removal to Rhode Is land, Mr. Sharman had acted as supply in the Vermont Conference, He was a man of de vout spirit and highly esteemed ou all the charges be served. Spread the glad news, God visits the people in Elmore. In a little school house on the mountain side in Elmore, six miles from any church, God has wonderfully revealed Hiui sell to the people who have gathered there during the past week to hear the Word, as given them by the man of God, Elder Wills of Underbill, and Miss Mertie Darling of Morris town, assisted in the singing by Mrs. tii-diop of Burlington. Under the power of the Word and the Spirit as brought to bear on the hearts of those listening to the preaching ol the Gospel from such texts as "Ziicclieus make haste and come down, for today 1 must abide at thy house," How shall we es cape if we neglect so great salvation? ' Pre. pare to meet thy God," etc., some twenty or more in this small hamlet hf es thau a dozen families, bowed themselves before the altar, confessing their sius, and asking par don of God. Among them were old men, having ;iived pust the age of sixty, perhaps seventy, without knowing the "Snviourof men" and one old gentleman who once had known the power of "'His salvation" but for forty years had lived away from God. and had commenced ou the ninty-third year of his pilgrimage here. Oh the wonderful power of God unto salvation,, hn shown iu these conversions t Let us say no more, "God has ceased his wonders to perform." H. h . e. EAST ELiviORi. A new comer at John Vivera's last week a girl. W. S. Silloway has the supervision of the changes and repairs on "Capt. Hoilenb 'ck's buildings. We are glad to know that Mrs. ('has. Wells has improved so much iu health that slie is able to be out again. Willie Hollenbeck of Newport visited his uncle, P. A. Hollenbeck, List week, making the trip on a bicycle. P. A. Holenbeck has started up his mill again, and allure glad to hear the hum ol the machinery and the sound of the whistle again. Cias. Dugar met with i"iitp a loss last week Wednesday night, when his house, Iih rn and all of the adjoining buildings, together with his hay, grain, and nearly all of his house hold goods, were destroyed by fire. .Mr. Dugar is a hard-working man and a good neighbor, and has the symp.tthy of his many friends. HAP.DW1CK. D. S. Chubb is so he rides out these pleasant days. Some of the Boston excursionists have re turned borne. Several of the Masons went to YYolcott by invitation Tuesday night. Mrs F. E. Koss has recovered so she was down to the village Tuesday A subscript ion paper is being circulated for a b"h lor the Free Will Baptist church. H. E. llnllur:! is grading around his house, aud some one saw him using a shovel. The drawing for seats for the lecture course was held at Academy hall Tuesday (ireuii.g. Mrs. Wheatley at Mackville seems to be improving, and there are some hopes ol her recovery. Mr. Calorie Eyford died Monday afier a long illness from paralysis. Funeral Wednes day at 10 a. m. at the house. The wiring for the new ee"tri': light plant has been rush"d this fine weather and is nearly completed, aud is fret c!;;ss iu every way. Shattuck closed his auction Saturday even ing. Jlnj. Hell had to go home and ltev. Mr Clark acted as auctioneer, uud ha proved a good one. Mrs. F. F. Green died Saturday nigh after au illness ot only four da vs. I lie luiiernl was held at the house on West Hill Tuesday forenoon. Mr. Green has the sympathy of the whole community as his bereavement is a sad one. She left three Bmall children to be cared lor. BAKERSFIELD. Olin Barnes, who has been ill for some time, is slowly recovering. Clarence Story of Milton visited friends in town during the past week. The Ladies' Aid will meet with Mrs. Geo. Stone on Friday afternoon of this week. Miss Luella Norris began school at Brig- ham Academy, Oct. 18, although her health is not good as yet. The promenade, which was given ut Brig- ham Academy ball last Friday night, was a success. About tH was realized by the middle class. Among those who went to Boston, Oct. 19, on the excursion were: W. H. Lanpher and wile, S. O. Tillotson and wife, F. G. Nutting and wite. Homer Morway and wife, Mr. 0. G. Start, Myron and Frank Muynard and Willie Tillotson. Resolutions. Wiikhf.ah, Death has again entered our Corns and removed from us cur sister, Sarah . Wheat; Rksolved. That while we the members of J. M. Warner W. R. C , No. 57, Department of Vermont, deeply mourn her departure, and that we shall miss her Irom our number; JiEsoLVF.n, That in her death our Corns has lost a faithful member, and that our heartfelt sympathy is hereby extended to the family of our deceased sister in this their sad a til ict ion; RKsoi.vtcn, That our Charter be draped in mourning for thirty days as a mark of re spect to her memory, that a copy of these resolutions be presented to the family of the deceased, a copy spread on the records of the Corps, and a copy presented to the Nkws anu litizkn for publication. Fi.ohknc k H. Gates, 1 J IMA E. Booth, Committee. Amanda M. Samikiis. ) A Card, We, the undersigned, do hereby agree to refund the money on a fifty cent bottle of Greene's Syrup of Tur if it fails to cure your cough or cold We also warrant a 25 cent bottle to prove satisfactory or no pay. Hall & Cheney, Morrisville. Dwinkll Pharmacy, Morrisville. C. 1. J ones, Johnson. Holmes & Cowi.es, Johnson. W. L. Bennett, Eden Mills. E. DortiLAss, Morristown. C. C. Fisueii, No. Wolcott. CENTREVILLE. , John Schotield's baby that has been sick is on the gum. Arthur Campbell and w ife of Barre made a short visit with liieuds here the first of the week. John I.iol' ioi and ife end Fred Obernnd wile of Moriieville spent Sunday at Albert Bai'lmm's Cattle seem to be in quite good demand this fall. C. Campbell nought five nice Jersey yearling heilersof Mr. Harris of Eluiora last week, paying $ 75 for them. There was quite a good many out. last Sun day to hear Rev. .1. Reed. He holds n meeting this week Friday night at the McKinstry school house ut seven o'clock. The late Win. C. Calkins, who died at Cen treville Oct.l 1 ,1897, was one of our oldest in habitants. He was born in Hyde Park, July 18, 1811, and was consequently 86 years, two mouths and 2'A days old He has been an upright and worthy citizen of this town all these years. He experienced religion and em braced the Christian faith about 1840, and was baptized by Elder Pettengill. Within a few years afterwards a Christian church was organized aud he and his wife were among its earliest members. That church was ruined by the dishonesty and full of its pastor, in many respects the most deplorable thing in the history of this town. It resulted in the blight of many Christian lives. Though greutly tempteu and tried, Mr. Calkins kept his religious faith while others failed. He knew the worth of prayer and ever enjoyed its daily exercise. His testimony to the sav ing grace of God was always decisive, bright and clear. His religion was of the cheerful, positive kind: everybody loved "Uncle Wil liam," and his goodness commanded the re spect of all who knew him. He will be missed by a large circle of friends'. He died in the joy and confidence of an assured Christian hope. Her married Miss Orinda Campbell of Hyde Park, July 10, 1831. She died Feb. 12, 1802. Three childreu survive him. Tney are Lorenzo D. Culkins and Henry M. Calkias of Hyde Pnrk.nnd Mrs. E W. West of Westerly, Rhode Island. His closing years were spent ander tender ministrations of filial love and care in the home of his sjii, Henry M. Calkins, of this place. CAMBRIDGE. Frank Reynolds is having a vacation and spending it at home. VI rs. Emerson Brush and daughter are vis iting at Reuben Brush's. A. C- Spaulding ol Burlington was up on business Monday morning. A.- F. Sherman of Ludlow was the guest of S. M. Suffotd Friday uight. Dr. Briggs is on the gain, and there is rea son to hope for his recovery. People have been driving across the new bridge for over a week. It is a good one aud will never be carried off by high water. Mrs Charlotte Saffonl was taken sick very sudd nly last Friday, having a severe chill, but is much better and able to g about some. 'llev. E. Wheelock, Dr. E. R. Brush, B. G. Macoy, anil several others, attended the Ma sonic ceremonies at Buriiugtou last week Monday. Last Wednesday evening K. M. Safford went to Iced his horses and found in th hay loft a musk-rat. It, being frightened, ran down one ol the f-ed spouts, ran across the stable into the carriage room, where he cornered it and killul it. His any one a sign lor such a strange place tor a water rat? dl RTH3. MUNSON". In Hyde Park, Vt., Oct. 1 S. 1S!7, a dauiihter to Fred Munson and wife. WATERMAN. In Johnson. Oct. 11, 1807, a son to Mr. and Mrs. N. A, Waterman. MARRIAGES. WATSON II AMEL In Morrisville, Vt.. Oil tober 20. 1807. by Rev. .1. H. Wallace John Watson of Enosbnrg Falls and Miss Mary Ilamel of Morrisville. DEATHS. BETTH In Morrievilh. Vt.. 0"t. 7. 38!I7, the infant daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. George Bettis, aged 4 day s. WEST In Johnson. Vt.. O t. 21. 181)7. Nadine E., Daughter of Joseph E and Corn West, aired 'A months anil 20 davs. a v rrrn-icie c r III A man lias to have pluck to make a suc cess of any calling. A man must have the backbone to take knock-down blows and get up again and ap;ain and fight on. Pluck and stamina are largely a question of good health. It only takes one knock down blow to finish a man with a headache. It only takes a small setback to disconcert a nervous and shaky man. A bilious, head achy man goes into bankruptcy at the first embarrassment. A nervous man who does not sleep at night and gets up shaky in the rnorning gives up tne Dame oi Dusiness at the first discouragement. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery is the best of all health-makers and health-keepers. It makes pure, rich blood. It forces out all impurities and disease germs. It does not make any difference what the disease may be called, so long as it has its inception in improper or insufficient nourishment this great medicine will cure it. It may be called dyspepsia, kidney disease, ' liver complaint," skin or blood disease, ornerv ous prostration all these have the same Stalling point. IOC viuiuvu hiluihi win- covery " renckes that point. It will cure these diseases absolutely. None of them can retain their hold on the system when the arteries are filled with rich, pure blood. " I am S4 yenrs old," writes Mr. R G. Bledsoe, of I,eesville, Henrv Co., Mo. " For 25 years I suffered from torpid li'er, ennstipntiun and indi gestion which severely affected my nerves. Hnv lng to make my living by hard work, I would keep on until I would navr to give up. Some times my friends would pick me up ami carry me to bed. What little sleep t could get was tortured with horrible drrnins. 1 took six bottles of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It relieved the pnia in my back and between my shoulders braced up my nerves, and to-day I am a well man." Estate of Jeremiah Lee. NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT. State of Vermont, District of Lamoille, ss. In Probate Court, held at Hyde Park, within and for said District, on the 23d day of October, A. l'. ls'Ji- Henry H. Churchill, Administrator with the will annexed of the estate of Jer emiah Lee, late of Klnuue. In said district, deceased, presents his administration ac count for examination and nllowaiice and makes application for a decree of distribution ami par tition of the estate of said deceased. Whereupon. Ills ordered by said Court, that said account and said application be referred to a session thereof to be held at the Probate Office In said llvde Park on the l."th day of November. A. 1). IS07, for hearing and decision thereon: And, it is further o-dered, that notice hereof ho given to all per sons interested, by publication of the same three weeks successively In the News and Citi zen, a newspaper published at Morrisville 11 nil Hyde Park, previous to said time appointed fur hearing, that they may appear at said time and place, and show cause, If any they may have, why said account should not be allow oil aud such decree made. By the Court. Attest, 1 EDWIN U. WHITE, Judge. I.' J I'll F, 1 U I, They Are Not Cheap ! Nobody lias yet said ihal ci our goods. They are Cheap Palpably So! Look at them in every light, weigh them, measure them, try them any way you will, they are indisputably cheap goods. So cheap are they that a great many, who hear about our prices, say at once They Can't Be Good." Why can't they ? Can't they be good because no other merchant has yet made such prices on good goods ? Again, why can't they ? Must we follow the old dollar-squeezing method in prices ? Must we tag after those who sandwich their goods between high prices apd call on the public to eat the sandwich and give thanks. We don't follow anybody we lead or lose. Why, these goods are good ! You should hear the inflection 'with which the skeptical buyer says these words. He did not believe us, but he is bound to believe his own senses. There is no going back on the evidence of sight and touch. One purchase of our goods must make you admit that Good and Cheap PO tOMtier Wltll US. vir--qurjrurcru-- . Men's Long Heavy Gray Ulster Coats. . . . . . $3.98 Men's Durable Suits 2.o8 Heavy Woolen Pants ' I iq Child's Suits... Knee Pants , W'e cheerfully exchange goods, or your money back if you want it. GLOBE CLOTHING CO., Originators and Promoters of Low Prices, PORTLAND STREET, OPPOSITE POST-OFFICE, 66 The Best We Ever Saw I for the money, is what the ladies say of our Ladies', Misses' and Children's Fleeced Underwear. Our 25c and 50c Underwear are of the best in the market, and our large sale of these goods during the past two weeks is sufficient evidence that thev are O. K. 29-ccnt 2111 Wool Series! are displayed this week in the desirable shades. They are a pretty weave, good color, and would be a bargain at 35c. Portland Street. The tudy of Is the First Step ! toward solving the great money saving problem. Your own interest demands it and this store paves the way for it. The goods and prices are here to be compared and judged we want to be studied the more we are studied the more business we do. Every investigation unfolds the powerful principle upon which the foundation of our suc cess is built Good Good3 at the Lowest Possible Prices ! As a leader in our Dress Goods Department we are showing an all WOOl ITomOSpTia, 52 inches wide, at the very low price ot 6 yards for 81.69. Haadscma Dress Skirt3, in a large variety of styles and color- : ri'u . J . 1: i -.1. . i . i , . lntrs. iiiene Julius are imeu wun with velveteen and made in a thorough manner throughout. Comrjare these goods with others shown and notice their superiority. Notwithstanding the large number of Cloaks sold last week, we still have a complete line of Jackets, Cloth Capes, Fur Capes, Fur Collar ettes aud Misses' and Cliildrens' Garments at lower prices tharr same, quality of goods can be bought for elsewhere. , GEO. K CURRIER & CO., Morrisville, - - Vermont. Guns Guns z OPTICAL WORK, o 7Z. I am doing more Optical Work 30 H than ever before. H n 2 If your eyes bother you, I can D - help you. D ALL KINDS OF pj WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIRING 5 Carefully and Promptly Done. A. R. CAMPBELL, JEWELER, No. 6 Portland Street, Morrisville, - Vermont. Estate of Alble A. Warren, LICKNSB TO 8KIX. Rtate of Vermont. District of I.biiioIIIp, ss. lit Prohato Court, liekl at Hyde Park, within and for said district, ou the nad day of October, A. u. vm. Newell Bluclow, Administrator of the estate of Alble A. VVar.-en, late of Stowe, In said district, deceased, makes application to said Oourt for license to sell all of the real estate of said deceased, to-wit: 8lx or seven acres of ondland In Htcwe Hollow, house and one acre of limO in htowe village, one-lialf of A. A. Warren shop anil one-eli;litli acre of land In tttnwe villane, and the N. 8. Warren farm, l.'si acres In stowe Hollow, rcpresetitiiiK that the sale would lie beneficial to the heir of ald deceased and those Interested In his estate. Whereupon, it Is ordered by said Court that said application be referred to a session thereof to lie held at the Probate Ollicn, Iu said Hyde Park, on the liiih day of November, A. 1). l'i7,for hearliiK and declxlon thereon ; anil, It Is further ordered, that all persons Interested be untitled hereof by publication of notice of said applica tion ami order thereon, three weeks succes sively In the News and Citizen, printed nt Mor risville and 11 vile Park, before said time of hearing, that they may appear at said time and place, an.l. If they see cause, object thereto, liy the Court Attest, 1 i EDWIN C. WHITE. JildKC. DeWitt's Little Early Risers. ' Tbe famoui little pills. Morrisville, Vermont. Economy rustie camDric or percaiine, Douna Estate of Abble M. Noyes. COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE. The undersigned, having been appointed bv the Honorable Probate Court for the District of Lamoille, Commissioners, to receive, examine and adjust all cluluis aud demnmlH of all per sons ujrainst the eniute of Abbie M. Noyes. late of Morristown, in said district, deceased, and all claims exhibited In offset thereto, hereby (tive notice that we will meet for the purposes afore said at the office of lieorxe W. Clark, lu Morris ville, Vt., on the 20th day of November and 20th ilsy of April next, from Hn.Vlnck a m. until 4 o'clock p. in., each of said days, aud that Fix months from the 18th day of October, A. I. 1317. Is the time limited by said Court for said credit ors to present thejr claims lo us lor examination and allowance. Dated at Morrish'wn, this 2th dav of October, A. D. 1SU7. K. ti. Pl.KKTvVoOD, H P. MUNSON, 1 Commissioners. Ready for Agents "Following ids Equator" is the title of MARK TWAIN'S New Book of Travel. 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