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NEWS AND CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3. 1S97.
JOHNSON. Warner Moife of the U. V. M. rwnt Sun day in town. Miss Mae L. Thoney fpciit Sunday at her home in Albany. B. E. HoluifH hus rental bis blacksmith shop to Mr. tort. Harry Droun anil wife recently visited with friends in North Troy. Mrs. E. 0. French returned from her visit to Marsh (irM last week. W. G. Andrews of Moutpclier was in town for a few days last week. Edanr Wriuht had the uiisfortune to break bin ajkle one day last week. Kdgnr Coolidge of Lowell moves to B. S. Fulliiittton's lurin this week. The W. K. C. will hold their meeting Thurs day afternoon at London's ball. Mrs. Charles Loomis of Michigan is visiting at her brother's, Frank Heath's. John Porkhurst soon moves his meat market to V. 11. Nye's busement. Mrs. Wright of Montpelier is spending a short tune with her son r-dgar in town. Miss Ella Patch of Jlorrisville spent Friday night with her friend, Mattie Ellsworth. There were six ueatns in town within a week, an unusual number for this place. The citizens appreciate the new concrete street crossings as well as the sidewalks. Mrs. Chittenden and son of Burlington were guests at A. H. Buck s the last of the week. Eev. John Chamberlain of New York citv recently called on his relatives and friends in town. Alfred, the eldest sou of Zacbariah Whiting, came from Minnesota to attend his futhar's funeral. The Sons of Veterans gave a very pleasant party to their friends at Laudou's hall last t riuay evening. Mrs. Flora Hooper and Miss Bernice Beech er visited their sister, Lillian Beeeher, at Ver gennes the first of the week. Rev. Mr. MacLellan is pleasantly settled in bis rooms ovir C. 1'. Jones' storeand is ready to receive bis friends there. Rev. Mr. French was called to Waterville last Sundav afternoon to attend the funerul services of Mrs. niram Leach. The regular Saturday meetings of the Cong'l and Baptist churches will take place next Saturday afternoon at 2 o clock. Any one that owns a rifle and thinks hecan shoot is invited to the turkey shoot Friday at 10 o clock. L. M. Jones has the "turks. Clyde Crowell, who has been living in New Hampshire lor four years, has been making a little visit at tfie old home here. He leaves this week for Bath. N. H., where he has hired a farm. Luele r rancis Jarawny will he missed on our streets. He had many friends and no enemies. The funeral service was held Friday afternoon at his daughter's, Mrs. Eugene bauthier s, w here he died. The annual raeetinc of the village corpora tion whs called to order last, Monday evening by C. H. Stearns. 1. L. Pearl whs chosen Moderator for the evening and B. L. Austin, Clerk. B. A. Bunt, E. H. Sherwin, C. X. Far rington, I. L. Pearl and A. H. Buck were elected Trustees lor the following year: Treas urer, C. X. Farrington ; Will Jones, Collector; C. H. Stearns. W. H. Xye and Charles Riddle, Auditors. Voted to raise 2." cents on a dol lar to apply on the indebtedness and to fur nish the cemeteries with water free. Mr. Zacliariah Whiting passed away Thurs day evening, Oct. 28, after an illness of only a few days. Mr. Whiting was a native of this town and has always resided here. He was first murried to Lyda Spauldingof this town, and after her decease to Mary J. Clark of Waterville. The latter died about five yearB ago. Mr. Whiting has three children who survives him, Alfred of Minnesota, Solomon of this town, and Mrs. Frank Lathrop of Wolcott. Mr. Whiting was respected by all who knew him. The town honored him with important offices of trust. He was for many years afaithtul metnberof the Baptistchurch. The funere.l service was held Monday after noon at his late home. Rev. R. 1. MucLellun officiating. Card of Thanks We wish to express our heartfelt thanks to all the friends who so kindly assisted at the death of our dear son and brother. Mils. Jane C. Davis ami Family. EAST JOHNSON. Miss Myrtie Withered is visiting in Hard wick. Miss Myrtie Cunningham's school closes this week. ("has. Hayford is raising his store nnd mak ing other improvements. Mrs. Clinton Sargent, who hiiB been quite ill, is much improved in health, i .. A little son of Walter Patch has been suffer ing from an attack of scarlet fever, but is now convalescing. Mrs. Flora Hooperand Miss Bernice Beeeher have been spending several days in Burling ton and Vergennes. Fred Clark is moving on tohis farm recently purchased of Willard Warren, nnd Frank Stearns is moving into the house vacated by him. One of our fair young ladies, Miss Bertha Xewcomb, has recently entered the blissful state of matrimony. Pearl Hodgkins is the happy bridegroom. ' EAST CAMBRIDGE. Earl Fullington has gone to Boston. Will Montague has finished work for P. D. Ballard. Several men are nt work on the stone work of Mr. Xye's new barn. School closes in t he Fuller district next Fri day, with an exhibition in the evening. A few of our young people attended the party at Luther Shattuck's last Friday even ing. There seems to be quite a chnnge in the weather now November is here. No one could ask for a better October than the one just past. Enos Balch and wife of Hyde Park visited at Dan Prince's Saturday and at Leland S"tenrn's Sunday. Harmon Morse was iu Hyde Park last Thursday, closing up the settlement of the Turner estate. Mr. Morse has had the care of it for eleven years, and must be glad to know it is closed up. BAKERSFIELD. Dr. Culler and daughter, Mrs. Funny Hall, have.returued from their visit in Fair Haven. Charles A. Barnes, who hns spent 1he past few weeks in Massochusetts, has returned home. JudeeO. G. Stmt fell from a ladder iu tho barn on his farm and seriously injured his neck and shoulders. Frank Hopkins of Franklin has leased the Dean store oud will put in a new stock of goods in a few days. The funerul of Mr.Reynoldswas held Satur day afternoon at 2 o'clock at the house, Rev. 1). C. Thatcher olllciated. H. F. Brigham has made quite extensive repairs on his ofllce and the store now oc cupied by Mr. Nnrumore. The Dean store has been hired by F. L. .Hopkins of Franklin, who is jroing to put in a stock of goods and open about Nov. 1. Warren Isliam has bought the barber shop occupied by Frank Lalley, of H. F. Brigham, and has moved it -onto land below Frank Cutting's house, nnd is to use it as a harness shop. The house owned and occupied by Alexan der Highmun wus burned to the ground Tuesday morning, together with most of its contents. Tho property was partially covered by insurance. Pure blood and a good digestion are an insurance against disease and suffering. Burdock Blood Bitters keeps the blood pure, the digestion perfect. STOWt. ,T. .1. Vearen is in Xew York, buyinir holi day goods. Sam Thonim has returned to his engineer init work in Uoston. O. E. Luce had business in Xew York and other places this week. John Tedford (tot a severe scalp wound last. week that made him dizzy. Lewis Ste'niiins o( Morristown will soon occupy the Stockwell house. , Mr. Burgess sav ha wants more good workingnien on the railroad at once. Charles H -de returned to Walpole, Mas., last week, where be is employed as engineer. Mrs. Tabor was called to New York Sunday night by a telcgiara, to attend the luneral of her grandson. Albert Munn, who has been making a short stav in town, will return home to Sarunuc lake, this week. The auction at the Moody farm was post poned until uext Saturday at 10 a. m., on account of the rain. A Mr. Bishop of Bethel, Vt., has purchased the stane route property of Moroe and will take possession soon. O. G. Harris of Bnrlineton will have a clonk sale at Simmons' store this weekTburs day, Friday and Saturday. The Unity ladies have a sewing circle at the vestry Friday atternoon, followed by an oyster supper in the evening. Bill 25 cents The second boiler and engine waB hauled from AVaterbury depot to the station Mon day. The power station will soon be in run ning order. The voters of Stowe voted lust Saturday, to extend the time thirty days to complete the electric railroad, making the date now January 1, when cars shall be running. Two small irantrs of Yaukees shoveled and carted over uOO two-horse loads of dirt at the cut near Burt Brothers' mill Friday last. The Dagos are not "in it" for sliovelliug. Mrs. Xellie Xoe and her father. Martin Muzzy, started Monday lor Hartford, Conn. Mr. Muzzy will probably make a few days' visit with his daughters before he returns. Georiie Wilkins lost his pocketbook last Thursday between this place and Garfield, going by way of Cudy's Falls. It contained considerable money and valuable papers. At last accounts it had not been recovered. Fred Morrill and wife are to hnve charge of the boarding houseat Osman Sanborn s lum ber mill upon South Brunch above the Forks, Mrs. Jane Sanborn, who has been there lor several years will spend the winter at home. Miss Harriet Savaire, town superintendent of schools, gave an informal reception to the school teachers of ftowe at her home on Saturday. The teachers' neaaly all accepted the opportunity to meet in a social way and were all very pleasantly entertained. 1 he joke seems to tie on a party ot young men who attempted to serenade Llmer Bar rows and bride. Alter making the night hideous for a lonit time at the residence of Ausil Barrows, hii uncle, he came out and told them there was no married couple there Lhe younghllowssucceeded in locating timer Saturday night and were freely treated to cigars, etc. Two small boys, like Johnnie Vearen and Lewis Pike, were playing together one after noon in the stone culvert recently built, and in some way Johnnie received a bad gash on his head, while hurrying up the channel. It seems that the little fellows were having a race when the accident happened. Both re treated, and Johnnie was taken to the near est drug store where applications were ap plied and he was considered out of danger in a few moments and is doing well now. Death of .'Mis. Anna I. Atkins. . Mrs. Anna I. Atkins, wife of Mr. W. J. At kins of Stowe, Vt died at her home in Stowe Oct 15, after a brief but paintul illness. She was born in Waterbury, Vt., in lS.'tO, and there spent her years until her marriage to Mr. Atkins. Her maiden name was Clough. Of several brothers and sisters, only one re mains to mourn her loss, the Hon. C. F. Clough, of Waterbury. After her marriage to Mr. Atkins she lived lor a time in Water bury, Winooski. and Morrisville respectively, and finally at Stowe, where she spent all her luter years, ever loved and respected by all who knew her. All her biter yeurs were years of much suffering, caused by a complication of diseases that baltled the skill of her physi cians, but through it all she was patient and uncomplaining, and ever gave the little strength she could commnnd to the help and comfort of her family. Three children were born to her, of whom only one survived, Mrs. ('harles Bruce of Stowe. The death of a son that jrrew to manhood, caused in her heart a sorrow that she could never Bet aside, and which led her to the shedding ot many a bit ter tear. Naturally of u social disposition and ulive to all that pertained to the life, welfare and happiness of the community iu which she lived, it was her greatest cross not to be able to more actively participate in the labors incident to that life, welfare and hap piness. Her funeral was held from her late home amidst a large concourse of her neigh bors, relatives nnd friends. The services were conducted bv Rev. Dr. Booth of Morrisville, assisted by Itev. H. A. Abbott of Stowe. Her remains were interred in Greenwood Ceme tery, of which she had often spoken, " What a lovely spot in which to be laid to rest." A brothea, a husband, daughter, and a host of admiring friends are left to mourn her absence. Above her grave may well be writ ten "A noble life well spent. Sweet and generous be thy reward. CADY'S FALLS. 0. F. Gates is in Lowell. Halloween passed very quietly here. R. L. Fairbanks is shingling his barn. There is to be a dance nt the hall Friday evening. Will Tillotson now owns Will Town's fa mous Jersey cow. Emerson Reed nnd wife of Swatiton made a short visit here last week. Glenn Wilkins is in Underbill, doing some writing lor J nonius J horp. Frank Curtis iB working in the hide house and hoards at v red 1 buyer s. L. ,l. Mnith lias his new house nearly com pleted and is now at woik on his new barn C. B. Terrill seems to be going into the dai ry business, having recently bought threo cows. Will White, who hns boarded for a long time at R. L. Fairbanks, is now at Mrs. He. en Town's. Clark Richardson is working in the depot at Cambridge Junction lor the Boston & Maine road. , School closes Friday and there will be a sociable and exercises at the hall Thursday night, Nov. 4. Clifton N'ewcity sold his bicycle by ticket last week. Lewis Mayos from East Elmore drew the wheel. Word has reached the friends of Lester Terrill that he has hail a cancer successfully removed from his face. Ho is still in New York, where the operation was perlormed. Leo. C. Terrill nnd wife, who have been vis iting at C. 11. Terrill's for the past six weeks, returned to their home iu Connecticut last Saturday. They are to spend several days' with friends in Boston on their route home. BELVIDERE CENTER. Artemus Hotelier is able to be out on the streets again. . Our wholesale merchant has closed out Ids large stock of goods nnd left town. Report says Porter Itnpey and Pearl Hodgkins should be passing out the cigars. The Willing Workers have Improved the looks of the church, by giving it a coat of paint. The Willing Workers meet with Mrs. H. Lnmphere Thursday, tho 4th. There will be an ice cream festival. R. A. Holhrook nnd wife have been stop ping in town for afnw weeks, making prepara tions for housekeeping. NO. HYDE PARK. Ethel Foss, who is working is Morristown. (.pent Sunday at her father's A. Vincent's horses had a fine runaway last week Wednesday. Luckily no damage was done. Mrs. Wallace Viirennt of Morrisville, with her little son, is visiting her parents, r-ewell Newton and wile. Mrs. Carroll Stone had a dahlia that had dtowu to the height ol ten Icet when Jac k Frost mude his hist visit. Edwin Billiard and wife made a trip to Hardwick anil Morrisville the past week to visit their son and daughter. Homer Kneeland and family who have been keeping house for A. Thompson's people and CHring for things in their absence, returned to their home this week. The marriage of Vernon Westover and Miis Mattie Foss took place at Johnson on Wednesday. A reception was held afterwards at the home of the bride. Elinus Smith and wife are still in Water ville, where they were called by the death of Mrs. Smith s mother Inst week Irom pneumo nia, after a sickness of only a few dajs. Mrs. Wheeler will remain for the present week only with her stock ot millinery. All who want tasteful hats should hasten to avail themselves of the opportunity to order them. Halloween passed off in an unnsnnlly quiet manner; no forced exchanges of live stock, utensils or farm produce having been effected among the unoffending citizens as far as dis covered. Mrs. Delia Foss requests all in town and out ol town that are interested in the ceme tery to come and work next Friday, weather being lavorable. as there is a good deal of work needed to be done preparatory to set ting new stones. A series of entertainments are being held at Bobbin's hall hy Dr. Lewis Turner in the in terests of the Shakers. Music, ventriloquism and character sketches make up a variety pleasing to young and old. A diamond ring is given to the lucky ticket holder on the last evening. WATERVILLE. Ronier Holmes has moved to Pleasant Valley. J. B. Wilbur of Underbill was in town over Sunday. L. L. Patterson has moved to East Fletcher. B. F. Beard and wife visited in Cambridge last week. Byron Lvou was at home from Fairfield over Sunday. F." H. McFarland of Hyde Park was in town last week. Homer Woorlard Ins moved from Fletcher into a part of his father-in law's house. Mrs. H. N. Leach died after a short illness of typhoid pneumonia, on Friday the 28th, aged 6-t years. She leaves a husband and one daughter, Mrs. E. W. Smith of Xorth Hyde Park, and a large circle of friends. She was respected by all who knew her and was an earnest worker in the church to which she belonged. The funeral was largely attended at her home on Sundav, Rev. Mr. French of Johnson officiating, assisted by Rev. Mr. Low. JEFF E R3G N V I L L t. Most of the schools in town close this week. Edgar Holmes of Sheldon recently visited relatives iu town. Miss Bertie Cheney spent Saturday at her home in Hyde Park. Leslie Dickenson hns gone to Connecticut, where he has employment. Mrs. Martin and Gertie Powell, who have been quite sick, are better. Rev. H. C. Howard is expected home this week, very much improved in heulth. The Ladies' missionary meeting will be held at the parsonage 1 hursdny afternoon. Frank Austin and s!sterof Burlington have been spending a lew days with friends here. G. W. Holmes, Mrs. H. C. Howard, Mrs. J.' F, Wili-ox nnd Mrs. H. W. Varnum have re turned from Boston. v. t. unsworn and son tieorge nave re turned from Bnrre, where they have been spending a few days. Prof Oscnr Atwood occupied the pulpit last Minuuy, giving a very interesting dis course upou Bible study. Miss Craig's little five-year old neice from reachem is spending the week with her here making the journey by train alone. There will be a preparatory service at the church Friday afternoon of this week, and regular communion service next Sunday morning at the long I church. 'The Old-fashioned Husking Bee" will be given at the brick church Tuesday evening Xov. !), bv home talent, followed by a grand promenade; music. Potter s orchestra. Mys tery boxes containing fancy articles, which have been donated by the ladies, will be sold after the entertainment for 10 cents each Refreshments will be served. Come all and enjoy an old-time entertainment. MORRISTOWN. Obed Flanders is about to move to Cabot Walter Davis spent Sunday at Sumuel Patch's. John Gregg is visiting his daughter, Mrs Cora r landers. Herbert George will immediately move to Alpheus Flanders house. E. Douglas, who has been repainting the outside of his buildings, is now having the inside of his store freshened by the same means. John Flanders, who hns been in poor health for some time, died Thursday of last week He had attained the ngeo! seventy-five years tie leaves a. wite and two children to mourn his loss. The funeral services were held Sun day afternoon, Rev. Mr. Wallace ofllcinting, Mr. Piper, who has been confined to h bed for a long time, died Sundnv. His funeral was held Monday, Rev. Mr. Kellogg ofllciat- mg. Mr. Piper was totally blind, having been unable to distinguish u particle of light for nine years. lie was more than willing for the end to come. He was cared lor by the town and tor the pest few months has been an inmate of Mrs. h. C. Bingham s home. What means so broad n smile On Midard Douglas' face'.' A boy his hours beguile! But then, you can see a trace Of sadness, don't, you know, When you ask him for the twin. He hasn't it, it has never been. Don't ask him for another For it may he such a bother To own he was mistaken And with nonsense was in-taken. For a nine-pound boy will do; Hadn't he ouuht to think so, too? Ask Genge what's the news, He cun tell you if he choose. An Kclio From tho Hqulrrel Hunt. ine louowing communication, which we give verbatim et literatim, is published by special request.-: A Contest between George Jacobs & Bert Dundy Dundy beat Jacobs 11011 points .In cobs lost some he had stored nwv too wenk before. Just as like as any way some of Hundy s men got it about the same as they aid too years ago irom rrank Douglass. Jacobs hail some pretty old trnme ns It was the next t ime Hyde. Park has a hunt Mr Pnue will ask something for salt, they can not have there game back. Mr E Douglass wo did not count head's this year so the racket did not work after all. put more salt on them Frank may waunt then, next year himsell Frank wouiu lion oi neen in it a little this year if he had started game from the other side did not smell strong ns It did too vnr ago snnlt dont cost so much yours Truly ELMORE. H. Ilussell has two good farms to sell or to lease. See his pusiness notice. Iti'nd the nilvortlwinent for (rood Imrgairm. It' only live merchant that ad vert im). VvOLCGTT. Not man Smith is in RrookhVId this we.k. H. 11. Baxter, the upholsterer, has gone to M orrisville. Mrs. .1. F. Spillcr of Morrisville was in town over Suuday. H. E. Smith is still confined to the house with rheumatism. Charles Wood has gone to Cambridge to work for L. L. Morse. Ed Dunham has moved into John Col grove's house on Town Hill. Adin Dowringand wife were inShtffleld and Danville last week on a visit. Mrs. F. E. Wheeler is in Xorth Hyde Park this week with a full line of millinery. Mrs. E Z. Whitman of Burlington was the guest ol Mis. P. S. Benjamin on Friday. Harry Sawyer ol VVoodsville, X. H., was the guest of his aunt, Mrs. M. M. Brown, on Monday. Austin McKenzie nnd John Kelley, two popular salesmen for Burlington houses, were in town Thursday. George Gould and wife, accompanied by Walter Gould and wife, visited friends in Cabot over Sunday. The Ladies' Aid Society will give a chicken pie supper at the home of Mrs. C. E. Haskell, Xov. 11, from 5 till II o'clock. Bill 15 cents. A very pleasant home wedding took place to aay ot tne home ol b. M. Jordon, Kev. Dr. Booth, of Morrisville officiating. The con tracting parties were James Eaton of Hyde rarK and Miss Anirie Titus of this nlaee. Both of these popular vounu people are well and favorably known, and their many friends will wish them all happiness. Their wedding trip takes them to Montpelier aud vicinity nna on their return they will reside in Hyde art. GARFIELD. Lee Darlina of Morrisville was in this place nunuav. MissOna Davis is at work for L. D. Bliss of Mortistowu. Carl Smith and wife visited in Newport the last ol the week. Frank Meaehnm has moved onto one of R. C. Munson'B furms. Mr. and Mrs. L. French were the guests ol A. J. Campbell and wile, Sunday. Mrs. N. B. Larabee and daughters spent a tew days ol last week in hnosburg. Miss Emma Mnnson is visiting her grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. It. C. Munson. R. A. Jackson has moved onto the farm just vacated by Calvin Smith, who has moved outo the Preston place. Herbert Horner met with quite an accident last Saturday, having'been bitten on the arm quite badly by his dog. The meeting held by Rev. I. P. Booth Sun day was largely attended. He will preach here again in two weeks at i o clock. hires did quite a lot of damaiie around here last week, the Edgerton Brothers' sugar place being burned over, also some timber lots belonging to Ed Davis aud C. B. Swilt CRAFTSBURY. Mr. Boomhower intendsmoving awnysoon Andrew Loomis is at work for Milo Wol cott. rlora Pike ot Stowe has been visiting in town. Bennie Hoyt and son were in town the first of last week. Mrs. Hovt of Stowe is caring for her daughter, Mrs. Udall. Henry CoTy and wife hnve hired out to Al- mon Leach for one year. Earnest Udall is rejoicing over a little bov that came to his home last week. Melvin and Willie Beard spent lust Sunday with their uncle, W. 1. Lnmpher. Mr. Shepard of Wolcott has moved his family into Warren Child s house. Ahbie Lull from Lowell. Mass , is in town and intends to spend tho winter here. Win. Bailey has hired Mr. Shepard for one month, commencing the first or November. Prove the merit of Hood's Sarsaparilla posi tive, perfect, permanent Cures. Cures f scrofula In severest forms, like goitre, swelled neck, running sores, hip disease, sores in the eyes. Cures l Salt Rheum, with Its Intense itching and burning, scald head, tetter, etc. Cures of Boils, Pimples, and all other erup tions due to Impure blood. Cure of Dyspepsia nnd other troubles where a good stomach tonic was needed. Cures of Rheumatism where patients were un able to work or walk for weeks. Cures f Catarrh by expelling the Impurities which cause and sustain the disease. Cures of Nervousness by properly toning and feeding the nerves upon pure blood. Cures of That Tired Feeling by restoring strength. Send for book of cures by Sarsaparilla To C. I. Tlood & Co., Proprietors, Lowell, Mass. j r-j-ii are the best after-diiine tlOOCl S FlllS pills, aid digesliou. ZM. araitwe, Mattresses and Springs, Windows of all kinds, Doors, Glass, . . . . . . and Putty. L. H. Jones, Johnson, - - Vermont. HORSE BLUETS ! From 80 Cts. to $3.00. A good variety and good bargains. See them before buying elsewhere. We have on hand some good Single Driving Harnesses as well as Work Harnesses which we sell at a bargain. All Kinds of ltepslrlng, PHILIP LaPAGE, nyde rark.vf. DeWitt's Little Early Risers. Thffamou little pill. Is Your Underwear Getting- Thin ? Do the raw breezes of November make you shiver? If so, drop in ami examine my new and complete assortment of winter underwear lor men and women. Can show you a lino of fine Fleece Lined Underwear at only SOc. PER GARMENT That cannot he beaten on quality and price any where in the county. A line generally sold at 35 cents I shall run at small price of c. PER GARMENT At this price the goods A good 10- 4 Ulanket, an extra value at 4-9c A line 5-lb., 11-4 Ulanket for only If, you don't see what you want, ask for it. The place to lind these and other bargains is at C. H. CRANE'S, Hyde Park. Simmons Still Loads in Low Prices and is always hungry for Competition. No time to speak pieces, but below is what we call special bargains : One lot Gent's Working Pants $i.oo A better grade, half wool 1.50 A fine stripe Dress Pant 2.00 Our best grade all wool Pant. . 2.75 Railroad Overalls 40c and .50 Canvas Coats 1.00 Double Breasted Reefers, high collar 3.50 Gent's Jersey Shirts 40 " Fleeced Shirts... .50 " heavy " ... .75 Seraemfcer cur Lien's Heavy "Wool - Fleeced Underwear, 42e. Germantown Yarns, 8c; Stocking Yarns, 10c: elegant line of Prints, 5c ; Outings, 4-c ; Good Cottons, by the web, 5c. GTSeo our Line of Horse Blankets and Lap Hobos. 3 o No more cards to be used. It is impossible for us to make the above prices and give away presents, therefore, after this, we can use our cus tomers alike. Please bring in your cards at your earliest convenience and get you pay and oblige us. All goods will be sold on a small margin for cash after this date Oct. 23, 1897. 25 pairs Bed BlanlzetS, f t s low price just received. Look out for more bargains in this space next week. C. A. SIMMONS, Stowe, - - - Vermont. We Claim to be Cloak House in Lamoille Go. While we have not as many garments as we had last month, we have over one hundred left, all new and this season's production. Don't buy a garment until you have first seen our goods and the prices we are selling them at. While we do not pretend to give you an $18 Fur Cape for $9, yet we can sell you fur goods 25 per cent cheaper than you ever bought them for before. When looking over the Garments, don't fail to examine our Separate Skirts, as we have a large line at Si. 50, $2. 00, $2.50, and up. Wc Can Save You Honey on Dress Goods ! as future purchases will certainly be at advance in price. All wool Novelty Dress Goods, two qualities, S yards in a pattern, at 82.00 and 2.50 per pattern. These goods comprise a good va riety of styles and colorings. English Curls in Blue and Brown effects, worth 75c per yard, dress patterns of 8 yards for $3.75. Scotch Tlaids, 36 inches wide, at 50c. Our line of Black Dress Goods is complete, including both plain and figured goods. Prices from 20c to $1.00 per yard. GEO. K CURRIER & CO., Morrisville, - - Vermont. AND 1 Something Kew Under the Sun EVERY IZDAX- We take pleasure in offering a few Seasonable Novelties that are just the right thing at the right time : Stampod LincnS in ktrge variety for Embroidery Work for the Holidays Down Pillo-rrs and Silks for Conors. A very large assortment of Embroidery Silks in all grades. Crepe Paper, for Fancy Work, in large double rolls, ail colors, only 10c. Crimped Paper Lamp Shades, a" colors, with frame complete, only 1C0 A Silk Sha&O, with fringed edge, with frame complete, for 25c, A large assortment of New Lamps in latest design and colorings, with beautiful decorated globes, complete for $1.25, 81.50 and 81.75. Also, the largest line of Printed and Hand Painted Lamp Globes we have ever shown. All our new Japanese Cnina for the Holidays is now on exhibition, and you are cordially invited to see our new stock of China. PIKE & Stowe, arc genuine bargains. Heavy Ulsters $5-5 The best Shirt made for 87 Boy!s Jersey Shirts 40 Gent's and Boy's Sweaters, at 7SC and .50 Gent's half-wool hose 15 Gent's knit wrists and lined Gloves 21 Gent's Wool Mittens 15 Gent's Pontiac Mittens 2 Gent's Wool Caps 25 tho Gheapos! BENSON, Vermont.