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NEWS AND CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1899.
5 JOHNSON. John Driseoll spent Sunday in Fairfax. Emmett Libbey still continues rery ill. W. A. LandoD was in Grand Isle laet week. Mine Dora Pudvah baa gone to her home in Lowell. Mies May Craig has gone to her home in Peacbam. Miss Jessie Davis is at home from her school in Pittsford. Mrs. W. A. Landonis visiting ber parents in Lunenburg. Arthur Clark is employed as driver for Dr. E. U. Prentirs. Warren Annie visited his sisters in Water ville last week. Miss Dora Sunderland of Swanton isagueat at Arthur Pike s. A. E. Partlow has the foundation of his Dew shop finished. George Atwell has moved from the Gravelin farm to his own farm. Miss Nellie Shcehan spent Sunday with friends in Hyde Park. Miss Lizzie Allen spent Saturday with friends in Burlington. Miss Susie Emmons of t. Albans visited at John Laraway's last week. Work on the addition to E. E. Holmes' shop is processing rapidly. Miss Carrie Tracy is home from Wnterbury, where sbe has been teaching. George Gravelin has sol 1 his farm to the Flanders Bros, of Cambridge. Miss Alice Gillert has leltO. A. McFailand's and gone to her home in Lowell. Miss Jennie McNeil of Colchester was re cently a KU?Bt of Mrs. E. E. Holmes. Miss Jennie Driscoli is working in Fairfax and Miss Lizzie Driecoll in Cambridge. Miss Ruth Baker of Huntington isspending some time with ber auut, Mrs. Conner. Vernon Libby of Fletcher is in town help ing to care for bis lather, Erntst Libbey. News has been received of tbe death of Mrs. Felix Barnard at Gleus Falls, New York. Mrs. Fred Ouimette and baby of Swanton are visiting Mr. and Mrs. L'eter Lambtrt. George Whitney of Montgomery has been visiting at William TrHcy's the pust week. John Driecnll has moved bis household goods from the Will Baker house to Fairfax. Mrs. Dickinson of Cambridge has moved iuto tbe tenemeut in Mrs. Mary Morgan's house. Miss Jane Holme s wus given a water set by her pupils in school No. 1, at the close last Friday. Tbe Normal school has a session on Satur day of this week and closes on Tuesday of tbe next. Mrs. Scott of Bakersfleld visited her daugh ter, Miss Georgia Scott at G. W Baker's last Thursday. Mrs. Anna Beard of Waterville has been the guest of tier sitter, Mrs. Powers, during the past week. Mies Foss of North Hyde Park and a friend have moved into a tenement in the Biddle Block. Mr. and Mrs. Deforest Collins are receiving congratulations upon the birth of adauithter on Sunday last. Mrs. Robbins who has been stopping in the place for the past week, is visiting at present in East Johnson. Miss Rebecca Hill went on Friday ft r a vis it of several weeks at her niece s, Mrs. J. B Kidder'B in Proctor. W. E. Atwater and MiHS Sarah LelanJ were guests of Dr. and Mrs. John Bean in Jeffer- eonville last Saturday. On account of tbe ordination at Stowe, the mid-week prayer meeting at theCong Ichurch wss nela 1 uesuay evening. Ass't. Inspector V. S. Witherell. accomDan jed by Perley WLiting, inspected the camp at woicott Wednesday nignt. Several members of the S. C. Hill Camn attended tbe inspection and box party at the Lam bridge tiamp friday evening. The school in No. 9, taught by Miss Steb bins, held an exhibition and magic lantern entertainment Saturday evening. Miss Mable Wbitten, who has been teaching sonooi in tne waterman District, went on Saturday to her home in Burlington. Mrs. Freeman who has spent the summer In Massachusetts and southern Vt. is vis ing ber daughter, Mrs. B. S. Fullington. The schools in No'. 7 and No. 17, taught by Miss Evelyn Campbell and Miss Mat tie Buck closed on Friday with exhibitions in the even- jug- Rev. E. G. French and some of the mem bers of the Cong'l church will attend the ordi nation ot Kev. Mr. bmery in btowe, this week Wednesday. The sociable helj by the Ladies' Aid and Pastors Union at Tucker Mansfield's last Thursday was well attended and all report an enjoyame time. The Inspection of S. C. Hill Camp by Col. Morse last i nursday nignt wbb very well at tended. Aftir the inspection refreshments were served. All report a pleasant time. Next Sunday, Nov. 26, will be a Missionary Sunday at tbe M. E. church. A special ser mon, illustrated by a chart, will be eiven in the morning, and a missionary concert by the young people in tne evening. Prin. W. E. Ranger, C. H. Stearns and T. A. Waterman attended the banquet of the Fish and Game League at Burlington last Wednesday evening. Mr. Ranger presided as toast-master at tne banquet. The season tickets for the ltcture course are now on sale at V. P. Jones' Drug Store, Toe course ticket is $l and admission to single entertainment is 35 cents. Five enter- tRmments are given id the course. The Woman's Club held a well attended meeting last Thursday evening. Papers were read by Mis. (J. r . Stearns, Mrs. Udell and readings by Mrs. C. P. Jones and Mrs, Rob't. Waterbury. It was voted to hold the next meeting Friday December 1st instead of Nov ember itO. All interested in the library are Invited to contribute articles lor sale at tbe Fair to be held Dec. 7 and 8. Circulars have been sent to some, but whether or no you have received one, pleuse consider this notice an invitation. A program of tbe attractions of the evening will be given next wetk. The usual Club sboot last Saturday was well attended. The members were pleased to see outsiders and hope to see more in tbe future. There was no special winner as the game was well divided. Through some mis take one ol our noted shooters, T. A. Water man made a score of 28 off hand, winning his first chicken of the season. He was soelated over his prize that he blundered into tbe 24 ring later, winning bis hi con d chicken. Let the good work go on. Watch for posters of the next shoot for chickens and geese. A meeting was called on Friday eveningto Elan for an entertainment for tbe purpose of uying a stune curtain and other furnishings for our remodelled town ball. Nineteen were present at this meeting and tbe following were chosen as Committee to arrange for the entertainment: C. N. Farrington. Mrs. T. J. Baker, Mis. W. E. Ranger, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Landon. As the stage curtain is desired as soon as the ball is completed, a Commit tee consisting of C. H. Stearns, W. E. Atwat er and C. N. Parrington were chosen to solic it funds to be advanced for this purpose. Used by Vritlsh Soldiers In Africa. Capt. C. 0. Dennison is well known all over Africa as Commander ot the forces that cap tured the famous rebel Galishe. Under date of November 4, 18U7, from Vryburg, Bechn analand, he writes:-" Before starting on the lost campaign 1 bought qnantity of Cham berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Reme dy, which I used myself when troubled with bowel complaint, and had given to my men. and in every case it proved most beneficial.'' For sale by Hall & Cheney, Morrisville: Dr. T. P. Hublwll, Woicott; U. ;P. Jones, John son; J.J. Vearen, Stowe. STOWE. Chab. L. Pervier of NortbfleU is visiting at U. Mayo's. John Straw wus in Burlington on business last Monday. Misses Susie and Annie Bigelow Are visiting in Burlington. Mark Cobb has been spending a few days in Burlington. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Jenney were in Mont pelier Thursday. Dr. W. G. Church of Burlington was ki town Wednesday. Mr. Persis Clongh of Waterbury Is stop ping at W. 1. Atkins. Frank Robinson of Malone, N. Y. was in town ovi r Suuduy. The Methodist Ladies' Aid meets with Mrs. E. K.Hale, Wednesday. Henry White of Jonesville spent a portion of last week at J. L. Stafford's. Miss Imz Cole went to the Mary Fletcher Hospital at Burliugton Monday. Services appropriate to Thanksgiving will be held at unity church Sunday at IVAo. Miss Lillian Bryan of Waterbury has been the guest of her sister, Mis. Elmer Robinson. H. E. Shaw is loading potatoes at the depot this week, paying 30 cents per bushel. The Moscow school closed with literary ex ercises at the school house lust riday even ing. Miss Maud Slay ton gave a birthday party to a company of ber little triends last Satur day. Her.rv McMahon of Minneapolis paid his brother. C. u. McMahon a Lrief visit last week. What will probably be the lost skating of the seasuu at tbe rink will be held next Friday eveuing. Mrs. C. C. Tabor left last Thursday for Wor cester, Maes., wht r) she will spend the wmur with hereon, Henry labor. M. C. Loviioy, J. J. Vearen and H. G Thomas attended tbe Fish and Game League banquet at Burlington last week. The Hiub School students have organized a debating club and the topic for Friday n ill be: Resolved, ' That Are is more destructive than water." The ordination of Rev. C. P. Emery, occure at the Congregational church this WedneS' day evening. It is txpected that outside visitors will be quite numerous. The Young People's Religious Fraternity of Unity church voted to donate a turkey for thanksgiving dinner, Nov. 30, loua lor the inmates ot the Poor Farm. Pies. Titcomb of the Vermont FiBh and Game League was in town latt week and looked over Lake MansBeld. Mr. Titcomb was enthusiastic in his praises of tbe loca tion and prospects of the lake. Fred Holden the engineer at the power station has proven himseif a ekillful trapper as well as engineer, this fall. Among bis spoils are sixteen foxes and five coons, be sidts innumerable muskrats and skunks. Harry Cowles of Morrisville had the misfor tune to tip a costly piano, whica he was re moving Irom tbe residence ot . U. curt last ibursduy evening, from bis wagon into the street, the case of the instrument was a total wreck. EAST CAMBRIDGE. Mrs. Sheldon spent Sunday with lriends in Johnson. Daniel Prince spent last week with hiB son in Johnson. Geo. Gravelin has sold bis farm to Leon ard and Chester Flanders ol North Cambridge. They have moved onto it. Cbas. Demerritt and family have moved back Irom Massachusetts. He will go onto his father's larm the first of January. Mrs. Demerritt and children are stopping at ber father's in Johnson. Glenna Carpenter closed a successful term of school in this district, November 11. Tbe scholar having no absent marks was Stella Putnam. Hazel Moiles was absent two days and Dennis Terrill, three. Those having no tardy marks were Hazel Moiles, Stella Put nam, DenniB Terrill, Willis Sheldon, Frank and Clarence Tinker. School will commence again November 27. JEFFERSON VI LLE. G. D. Lease has his mill nearly ready for business. C. B. Weatherby of Burlington was in town Saturday. B. L. Porter and daughter Hattie were in town Monday. Samuel Beard and family have relumed from Montpelier. Mrs. W. C. Sears has been spending a few days in Burlington. Mfss Leland of Johnson recently visited her sister, Mrs. Dr. Bean. Prof. Atwater of JohnBon was a guest at Dr. Bean's last Saturday. The Cresendo Club met with Mrs. C. J. Thomas last Friday evening. Dr. W. C. Sears has his office on Main street connected by telephone. Mrs. R. B. Thomas and daughter are spend ing a few days with friends in Stowe. News has been received of the safe arrival of Dr. Bashnell and family in St. Louis. Miss Marion Cornell has gone to Holyoke, Mass., to spend the winter with her brother, Prof. C. 8, Cornell. L. A. Wheelock moved the boiler for W. W. Smith laet week, and in a few days another steam whistle will be heard. Among those who were in the place over Sunday wtre George Melvin, Mrs. Josie Car penter and Miss Jessie Buker. Mrs. H. W. Vurnum was railed to Dan ville last Friday on account of the serious illness of Mr, Varuum s mother. All parties having unsettled accounts with Dr. E. H. Bushncll will find their accounts in the hands ol Ira M. Powell for vol ection. The Crescendo Club have opened their free circulating library. Books can be obtained at tbe residence ot W. W. Smith on Wednes days and Saturdays. W. W. Smith is putting in steam power. having purchased of R. S. Fuller tbe engine and boiler that was in the mill operated by H. G. Lane in the south part of the town. Tbe workmen on Hotel Melendy'are push ing tne addition to completion as fast as possible, which when done will be one more of tbe attractions of our now pleasant ana thriving village. Little Ralph Thompson died Friday morn ing, alter a lingering illness, ills funeral was largely attended at the churcb Sunday after noon, Rev. H. C. Howard officiating. Tbe family have the sympathy of tbe entire com munity in their sad affliction. BELVIDERE. Mrs. C. W. Potter Is on the sick list. Jerome Tillotson is visiting in Eden and Lowell. A deer was seen in J. H. Fletcher's yard last Sunday morning. Wallace Wakefield of Westfield was in town lust week on business. D. C. Smith was badly, hurt one day last week while crossing the mountain to Bakers field. His horses become unmanageable, throwing Mr.Smitb from bis carriage when be was found unconscious and taken to Dr. Melville's office. He is doing well at present. A friend in need is a friend indued. That is exactly what Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Is. It is ttie mother's helpwhen she is sudden ly awukoned In the night by the ominous husky cough, and labored breathing, of ber babe. It is the safe resort of the youth or adult when be has "cauglitcold" and there is coughing and Irritation of the throBt. It al lays the irritation and cures tbe cold. For ale by Hall & Cheney, Morrisville; Dr. T. P. Hubbell, Woicott; ('. P. Jones, Johnson; J. J. Vearen. btowe. - . NO. HYDE PARK. Mr. and Vr4. V. C. Balch and daughter vis ited at bis father's on Sunday. Miss Ethel Foss expects to uo to Johnson next week to work lor Charles Davis. Clarence Smith, who lives with his uncle, W W. Smith at. Jeffersonville, is visiting bis uncle, L. L Griswold. Miss Evelyn Foes is working for the present at 8. Newton's. Mrs. Newton is somewhat better at present writing Mr. Claxton and wife from Charlotte, Vt., were the guets of F. S. Hazzard Tuesday and Wednesday of last week. Miss Ethel Fobs, who has been with her aunt in Fair Haven, Vt., for a long .time, returned home last Thuis lay. Elder Elliot of Waterbury, Bible agent for Vermont, addressed a fair audience in the Cong'l churcb Sunday afternoon. Orris Bailey has nearly completed the re pair on his buildings, and now has one of the finest residences on Maple street. Tne four ears of corn elsewhere referred to, raised by Ira Ober, bad 1130 kernels by act ual count. Almost unbelievable, yet true. Mrs. E. E. Hogaboom and ber mother Mrs. R. G. Jones went to Irasburg Monday. Mrs. Jones expects to stay for an indefinite period. Adna Whitcomb has re-shingled his house tbe past week; also John Ferguson has been making quite extensive repairs on bis saw mill. Henry Muckler bas sold his home place, or what used to be known as the Ralph Hill farm, to Frank Sargent of Joinson; tonsid eaation f 1000, iucludingsomehay and stock. TheChilds' block, on Lower Mainstreet has lately been re-sbingled. TJie water is now more concentrated, and neaily all of it runs into the pantry, instead ol every room in the house. Carlos Eastman is (jettingalongslowly but surely with his twt.-story block on Main street, which he commenced last spring. When completed it will be both ustlul and ornamental. Miss Imer Foss and Miss May Blodgett returned Irom Milton last week, having spent lour weeks in that place. They have now se cured a job in I. L. Pearl's puntB factory in Johnson, lor tbe winter. Miss Leila Whittemore, who lives at Chauncy Crocker's, entertained several of her triends and schoolmates Saturday evening, it being her 14th birthday. We were not present but guess they hud a nice time. By accident we omitted to note the improve ments made by CaBsius Griswold on his build ings on Main street. New cellar, house raised, granite underpinning, and barn moved and re.modeiled. Everything in fine shape. There have been warB and rumors ot wars. Now there are marriuges and rumors of mar riages. Listen lor the merry peals of the wedding bells, which you may expect to hear this way most any day, if eveything is pro pitious. The pound party that was given at Elinus Leach's last Friday evening was a thorough surprise to tbe worthy old people and they are Iruly grateful for the many gilts they received, besides showing how much they were eBteetned by their nsighbors. Mr 4. Orms and her three daughters from Columbus, Ohio, who have spent the past seven weeks with ber sister, Mrs. Lioehlin, started for ber home last Monday, going by the way of Boston, where she expects to meet her father and many other friends. Sbe has made many Iriends during ber stay here. Elinus Leach and wife were somewhat sur prised Friday evening of last week when their Iriends and neighbors took possession of their home on Maple street, bringing with them many substantial tokens of tbeir regard Afier spending the eveningin innocent amuse ments, they returned to their homes feeling that it is more blessed to give than to re ceive. Ira Ober can go to the head -as a corn raiser, be has harvested, from three acres, 330 bushels the past season, besides leaving one stalk on exhibition at F. S. Hazzaru's store, with four perfect ears, the longest of which measures eight inches, the shortest six inches in length. We trust the western corn raisers won't Bee this, least they be discour aged and come east. By the way, Ira is an ardent Page man. A letter from J. B. Newcomb, dated Post Valder, Alaska, Oct. 24. Bays that he is still living in a tent by the sea-shore. He further states his tent has been oncecrusbed bv snow and twice blown down inside of three weeks, The weather is cold and darkness conies at 4 p. m., which gives plenty of time for rest. He got his tentreplaced the fourth day.after it was demolished by snow and wind, be sleep ing in a sleeping bag, during the time, be was fteling good ; appetite splendid, consider ing the price of ''fodder" potatoes 8 cents a pound; cabbage, 15 cents; onions, lOcents; eggs, 75 centB per do ; butter 65 cents per pound. If the party or parties who purloined the tin dipper, tunnel and cork-screw from the public watering trough, located near Sewell Newton's, several weeks ago, will return them they will confer a favor on commercial travelers, town officials and others, who desire mixed drinks instead of water straight; also the time is fast approach ing when the political ringmasters from Rut land and Chittenden counties will spring forth like the rose in the interest of civilization and some lawyer for member of Congress. They too will want a little water to prepare their tonics for tbe stomach.' Yes, boys, bring back our equipment and save us tbe trouble and expense of procuring a new outfit. Tbe dipper was a new one, the cork puller was a present to Sewell several years ago, before he became a tetotaler, tbe tunnel was shaped like other tunnels and made of tin. We shall not make any cost till we find out who stole them. We should be pleased to meet the gen tleman who took our goods face to face and talk tbe matter over, as it might make a dif ference in our feelings. For further instruc tions read Exodus 20:15, or consult MarcuB Hanna of Ohio, or Joel Baker of Rutland. Are Your Horse's Feet All Bight ? Does he stand on a dry floor? Are his hoofs cracked and sore? Has be contracted feet, corns, quarter cracks or thrush? Have you felt that you ought to be to tbe expense of getting a veterinary to prescribe for him? Before doing so try Morrison's English Lini ment, a single bottle kept at baud will save you all this worry and expense, and it wilt also cure sore back, and shoulderssprains, contracted cords, swellings and lamoness. For fresh cuts, corks, wouuds. etc.. an application will at once stop its bleeding and give relief. It is one of th best remedies ever used upon a hon-e. Be your own veterinary by using Morrison's English Veterinary Remedies. For sale by all druggists. CENTERVILLE. Willie Clapper is working for W. D. Isham. Robert Campbell, who has been yisiting Iriends bere, returned to liar relust tuiturday Miss Nellie Clapper is working for Herbert Fairbanks at Hyde t'ark village. ' A very successful term of school, taught by Miss hva Campbell, closed last rriday. Rodney Ives, who bas been working in Craftsbury through thesumoier, bus returned to this place. Miss Alice Holbrook closed her school at Gar Held last Friday and is now at home on a suorr. vacation. Prof. Cook gave entertainments at Crafts bury Tuesday and Wednesday of last week to good houses. On the way over to Craftsbury, when near Green River, one of his wagon wheels Btruck a stone and became a wreck. He borrowed a wagon of C. B. Swift and re-packing tbe scenery, costumes, and otber para phernalia belonging to a lirst-claan show, in cluding the troupe, he resumed thejourney to LraiTunury, reacuing there In season to Bhow as advertised. OASTOniA. Bean tU a The Kind You Have Always Bought Signature of WOLCOTT. Mrs. W. A. McKinstry is ill. Will Davis is borne from Boston. H. P. Bnrnell isboarding at J. W.Scott's. C E. Clark went to Boston Tuesday on business. Homer Fisher goes the first of next week to Hardwick to work. Ed. Dunham is moving from Pottersville to the Sheldon house. Jersme Schofield has sold his ha v metis to L. 8. Morse of Gambridge. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Davis last Sunday. Henry Paddleford wenilto Goflstown. N. R on Monday, where be has a position. L. W. Moody has gone to Morrisville to work In the grocery store of D.N. Hutching. School in the Riverside district hpcina Monday November 27, Byron White teacher. C. C. Fisher leaves Saturday for Boston with an unusually fine lot of dressed poultry. G. li Downing has recently curchared alofc of timbered land of Henry Bangs ofElmore. With the exception of the Riverside, schools tb roiighout the town begin Monday Dtcem ber 4. The promenade and dance at town hnll. the 14th was a success. Forty couples in at tendance. Mrs. A. L. Jennings and dauirhtir Bertha spent Sunday with relatives in Morrisville. l. u. Morgan and A. A. Whitnev were in Johnson on Thursday of last week. There will be a masquerade and prome nade at town hall, Friday evening. Decem ber 1. Music. Fan 8 orchestra. 3 nieces Supper will .e served. Everything will be first-class. Whole bill II 25. Chamberlain's Pain Balm Cures Others Why Not You ? My wife has been'uiing Chambeilain'a Pain Balm, with good results, for a lame shoulder that has pained hercontinually fornineyears. We have tried all kinds ot medicines and doctors without receiving any benefit from any ot them. Onedaywesaw an advu-tiee-meut of this medicine and thought of trying it, which we did with the best of satisfaction. She has used only one"bottleand hershoulder is almost well. Adolph L. Millett. Man- Chester, N. H. For sale by Hall & Chenev, Morrisville; Dr. T. P. Hubbell. Woicott: C. P. Jones, JohnBon; J. J. Vearen, Stowe. Notice. The Selectmen of the town of Stowe give notice that they will close that portion of the nignway tn rough "Smugghrs Notch so- called between the house where A. D. Peck now resides and Cambridge town line from the 14th day of Dicember 1899 to tbe 20th day ot.Uay 1900. - A.H.CHENEY, G. S. MCALLISTER, E. S. W1LKINS. Selectmen of Stowe. Stowe, Vt , November 18, 1899. 5 Lamoille Central Academy AND HYDE PARK GRADED SCHOOL. Fits lor college. Prepares for teaching. Gives a practical working education. For particulars, address E. L,. INGALLS, Principal. Hyde Park, Vermont. B3 20 YEARS among THE EYES Is this experience of any use to you ? Dr. H.D.Martin, OCUMST Office at Cambridge Hotel, Xov. 24, 25, 2G. Johnson Hotel, Xov. '27. Woicott Hotel, Dec. 1, 2. Randall House;- 3Iorris- yillc, Dec. 3, 4,5,fi, 7, 8. Stowe- Hotel, Dec. 9, 10, 11, 12, U. Centennial House, Hard wick, Dec. 14, 15, 10. East Hardwick Hotel, Dec. is, rj. PnVPQ DISEASED EYES, weak arj(j watery eyes, red and inflamed eyes and lids, blurred and indistinct ight, double vision, crooked eyes, floating spots before the eyes, eyelids that stick together in the morning, eves that have a feeling of dust in them, eyes that smart and burn, eyelids that are sore, dry nnd hcaly, eyelids that feel ceivy, pain in and over eyes and headaches, pain in top or side of head or bank of neck, and all DEFECTS OF SIGHT. Hours 9 a. m. to 8 p. m. Consultation Free CsCXflBE! Dissolution Notice. Notice Is hereby given that the co-partner sliln heretofore fti.tinir between Drew Dan' iels and Leon K. Uatts. under firm itvle of the Laurel Uill Granite Co., has this day been dissolved by mutual consent. Tbe bUBi necs will be continued by Drew Daniels. DREW DANIELS. LEON GATES. Morrisville, Vt., November 10, 18)0. 5 TO BE SOLD BT n Four dozen pairs Ladies' Fine Shoes worth $1 2o gcing at 97 eta., less than it costs to manufacture them. BEDSPREADS t Altho' there has been a bid advance in Cotton Goods, we are sell ing our Bedspreads at the old prices. Thanksgiving in close at band and we aie supplied with a choice line of Table Dtlicacips. The McFARLAND CO., Johnson. Vt. ntelligent want good Pants but want to save all they can when they buy. Good sense isn't it ? Your attention is called to our line of Men's Working Pants. The prices are $i.oo, 81.50, $ 1.75, $2.00 and 82.50. Every ' pair is a bargain. Don't buy until you have seen them. We are showing the best $2.00 lined Canvas Coat to be found in this town. We have cheaper and higher priced ones Men's Reefers,' heavy, with good lining, $50 and 84.00. Russian Vests the warmest vest made. Everyone spend ing their time out doors should have one. If you need any of these things look at them before you buy. Store in The Randall, MORRISVILLE, Vermont. The Two-fingered Groceryman. Have just received a new line of goods, consisting of Groceries, Flour, Feed, Nails, etc ; also Pork, Salmon and Codfish. I also keep a small line of Hardware and a few Dry Goods. W. A. SPAULDING, Elmore, Vt. Corner of Woicott and Worcester roads. Something lew. MORRISVILLE FURHISMQ HOUSE. "Andes" Stoves and Ranges, Kitchen Utensils, Table Cut lery, all kinds Furniture, Carpets and Linings, Carpet Sweep ers, Linoleum, Matting, Rugs, Hassocks, Portieres, Couch Covers, Crockery, Glassware, Lamps, Lanterns, Mirrors, Jar dineres, Screens, Window Shades, Wall Paper. All kinds Paints, Lead, Zinc, Dry Colors, all kinds Oil, Carriage Colors, Paint Brushes, Picture Framing, Doors, Window Sash and Blinds, Trimmings, Glass and Putty. Glazing done quick. Baby Carriages and Go Carts, Doll Carriages and Dolls, Boys' Wagons, Wheelbarrows, Springboards, Galloping Horses, Tricycles, Sleds. A large line of useful toys. I can paint, paper and furnish your house complete. Fisrt class goods at fair prices. v I solicit a share of your trade. Yours truly. GEO. W. DOTY, 20 Main St., MORRISVILLE, VT. III-tE: 5t THANKSGIVING 8FFER1RGS. Table Furnishings ! 112 pipce Dinner Sjt. hndnm shape, pretty blue dec- CJ'y' tCi orations tj I .UU k 1 T" M sW 1 Acanina i atiern u i 1 KI 1 Flown Delft (e cut) PX1.CFV Our new "Velvet" St, latest shape; although of Porcelain, ir ap pearance is China, G1 Ci tk( -112 piece? plO.OV "Oro Pattern" of Maiden Hair Fern and Violets, most delinnte and most popular design 1 y fr in stock A V-,W Five other different decorations in Stock Patterns to show von, also a very larere line of ODD PIECES in Fancy China and Glassware. 2 QUALITY NOT QUANTITY. PIKE & BENSON, Stowe, Vt. Men BENSON I Choice Groceries Not the largest quantity we can give but the highest grade at a reason al la price. Our Thanksgiving supplies are on exhibition in our window and we nsk that you see them btfore buy ing. Finest Whole Rice, . 10c Very Choice Rice, Fancy Tabje Raisins, 20c Oood Cooking Raisins, 3 lbs. for 25e Fancy Dried Peaches, 12c Waldorf Vegetables and Fruit. Finest Canned Goods. Finest Cereals the market affords. Samples cheerfully given.