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NEWS AND CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1899.
5 ,john?oi The News and Citizen man will be at the post office Saturday next, from 10 to 4 p. m., for the purpose of re ceiving subscrirjtions. See him, if you don't want your paper stopped. Mi SueieC. Hill is homo from Proctor for a wrrb'a vacation. The utore .house at Stearns tub shop if searing completion. A promenade was held at Landon'a hall last -latnrday eveuinir. Mies Dora Janes ol Newport is vinitin(i her mother, Mrs. Eliia Janes. Mrs. Nellie Robinson of Littleton, N. H is Tieitinic relatives in town Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Farriugton wire in Burlington last Thursday. Mrs. Sophia Laffinear and family spent a few days reeeutly in Fairfax. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Pearl and eon Lloyd spent Friday in Burlington. Irving and Frank Kelley have returned to their home in Ashland, N. B. Mrs. J. R. Bill is visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. B. Kidder, in Proctor. C. C. Fullington is home from Dartmouth College, Hanover, for two weeks. An addition has been put onto W. E. Steam's creamery the past week. The regular meeting of the Woman's Club occurs on Thursday ol this week. Miss Mabel Rogers was home from her school in Sheldon the first of the week. Mips Jessie Davis was homo from ber school in Hyde Park on Sunday and Monday. The frame of A. E. Partlow's house on School street is up and nearly covered. Miss Eveline Darling is spending the Christ mas vacation at her home in Uartlund. ! The agent for the Burlington Free Press made his annual visit to town last week. An orchestra was one of the attractions in the McFarland (Jo's store last Saturday. The officers and teachers in the three Sun daj -schools will be elected next Sunday, Mrs A. C. Whitten and Miss Alice of Bur lington are the guent.s of relatives in town. Mrs. 0. P Jones went on Tuesday to Bran don to visit her brother, George Burubam. Mrs. Hortense Miner is spending a few days with her son, Dr. John Bean, in Jefiersonville. T. B. Wallnce of Morrisville spent last Wed nesday and Thursday at Hon. J. A. Andrews'. Mrs. Freeman and daughter, Laura, of Morrisville are visiting at B. 8. F Islington's. Will Sinclair, who has been attending Busi ness College at Albany, is visiting friends in town. Daniel Morgan of Wolcott was in town Saturday to attend the auction of the Mor ' gan farm. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Stevens and family of St. Albans are guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hartnell. MisB Viola Burr, who is now teaching in Lowell, Mass.j-viBited Mrs. George Livermore on Sunday. Senator and Mrs. Stearns made a short visit to friends in Burlington the latter part ol last week. Victor Morgan of Littleton, N. H., spent a Jew days last week with his mother, Mrs. Ben jamin Morgan. Miss Flora Pearl, who teaches in New Bed ford, Mass., is at her father's, I. L. Pearl's for the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. William Jones and children of Worcester spent Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Jones. The merchants 'report an nnnsually good holiday trade. By some it is spoken of as the best they ever bad. Myron Buck of St. Albans and Mr. and Mrs. Kittinger of Woodsville, N- H., spent Christmas at A. H. Buck's. STOWE. M. P. Lovejoy was in Hardwick Sunday. Will Kaiser will occupy the Stearns bous. Alex Lang liwt n valuable borselast week. D Scribner was in Burlington Wednesday. Walter Benson is in New York City this ek. Mike Mnloney is spending the week in Dux bury. Henry Campbell is at home from Mont pel ier Mrs J. B. Hyde is visiting relatives in Jonesville. " H. 0 Matthews is spending, a few days in Burlington. The annual meeting of the S. S. Board of the M. E church will be held at the close of the Wednesday evening service. The farm belonging to the late B. 0. Mor gan, which was advertised to he sold at auc tion last Saturday, was bid off by E. H. Sher win for $1555. The Temple Quartet will give a concert as the second number of the Entertainment course on January 12. No oue can afford to miss this rare musical treat. A Christmas lunch was served to the child ren of the Baptist 8. S. at the vestry last Sat urday afteruoon. Nearly thirty were pres ent and a pleasant time was enjoyed. E Mr. and Mrs. 0. E. Lewis, Dr. H. E. Lewis and F. C. Lewis of Burlington have been guests of Landlord and Mrs. Fernando Kim ball at Hotel Johnson for the past few days. The Christmas concert give by the Cong'l Sunday-school Sunday evening was largely attended and very pleasing. The singing by the children and a boIo, " The Holy City" by Mrs. O. A. McFailand wereespeciallyenjoyed. At the club shoot last Saturday, several of the visiting sportsmen aided in carrying off the game. The Slayton brothers won four chickens and one turkey, and Mr. Gile won a chicken, while theiemainder of the game was divided among the members. The club hope to sea their visitors at the next shoot, Dec. 30, at usual time and place. The Methodit Sunday-school had a Christ mas tree in their church Monday evening. The house was filled to its utmost capacity and the large audience listened appreciative ly to the finely rendered program which pre ceded tbedistrihution of gifts from theheavily laden trees. The recitation by ftertranil Hunt, the exercise "The Waif and Fairies," and a dialogue by six Jewish girls in cos tume, deserve special mention. The following officers were elected at the last meeting of Johnson Grange for ensuing year: Master, Wm. Patten ; Overseer, A. O, Bell., Lecturer, Mrs. F. F. Jones; Sec., J. E. Foster; Treasurer, L. G. Scribner; Chaplain, F. F. Jones; Steward, Joel Boyco; Ass't. Steward, Thos. Waterman; Gate-keeper, D. 8. Scott, Pomona, Alice Scott; Flora, Mrs. C. S, Brannon; Ceies. Grace Foster; Lady Ass't. Steward, Mrs. Tbos. Waterman. The next meeting occurs Jan. 2, at which time re ports of officers will be given and the follow ing questions will be diacussed: "In what way can the officers for the coming year he given a better support than in the past?" V. F. Jones will be the leader; " How to raise clover," by W. W. Patten. WATERVILLE. Miss Mary Wilbur is at home from Burling ton for a few days. Mark Stone has returned to Lyndonville, where be has a job. Chan Rtone has moved from Belvidere into George Janes' house. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Laraway were in St. Albans over Sunday. Miss Mable Miller was at home from Mor risville over Christmas. Mrs. A. Alford and granddaughter, Millie Parker, are visiting friends in Craftsbury. Mm. Chas. Tobin spent a few days the past week with ber paients, Mr. and Mrs. Eli Wen cott. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Morgan of Sheldon spent Christmas with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Maynard. Mr. and Mrs. SammieGlddingsof St. Johns bury visited her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Wal ter Tracy lust week. Mr. and Mrs. Henry McKannonand daugh ter of Burlington are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. luauncey Tillotson. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Thomas of Belvidere were the guests of Frank Brown and wife at the Mountain Spring House over Sunday. Frank Burt visited in Montpelier a portion of lust week. Mr and Mrs. Ed Hayes visited in Bolton over Sunday. Miss Lula Butchins has gone to St. Albans 'or the winter. 0. 0. Harris of Burlington has been in town for a few days. George Thompson of Montreal is in town for a few days. State's Attorney Thompson of Wolcott was in town Friday. Cassius Austin Georgia was a-guest at Mrs. Isham's Saturday. Alfred Cate of Worcester, Mass., is stopping; at C. B. Scribner's. Ernest Scribner is at at home from Burling ton for a few days. Miss Sarah Mayo was at borne from North field over Christmas. Mrs. C. L. McMahon visited in Williston a portion of last week. John Straw and F. S. Boardman were in Montpelier last Friday. Walter Cheney is at borne from St. Johns bury Academy for. the Holidays. A dividend of 40 per cent has been paid the creditors of J. B. Hyde, bankrupt. George Morway goes to Boston this week, where he has emyloyment for the winter. The Methodist Ladies' Aid will meet with Mrs. C. M. Watts, Wednesday, Jan. 3. Mrs. A. C. Slayton, Mrs. L. A. Pike and Mrs. B. P. Gates were in Burlington Friday. Harry Pike and Harold McMahon are tak ing in the sights of the Queen City this week. Miss Inez Cole returned last week from the Mary Fletcher hospital, much improved in health. Dan McAllister has been .off duty at Miles, McMahon & Co. lor a few days on account of sickness. Miss Bertha Isbam of Richmond and Miss Lillian Isham of Montpelier were at home for the holidays. . Miss Ausie Moody, who has been attend ing school in Bridgewater, Mass., was at home last week. Dr. Church was up from Burlington last Thursday to visit George Quinn. He reports George as getting along nicely. Dr. Bugbee has gone to North Pomfret and Peacham for a few weeks excepting to return here about the middle of February. The Christmas exercises at Unitv Church Monday evening were excellent, and listened to by an unusually large audience. John Luce, an old resident of the Forks, died last Wednesday. Funeral services were attended by Itev. 0. L. Barnard Friday. John Downer of the U. V. M. and Ralph Warren and Mark Edson of the Burlington High School were at borne over Sunday. There will be a picnic circle at Unity church vestry, Jan. 4, to be followed by the annual business meeting ol the church at 7, p. m. The Stowe Cornet Band will hold a prome nade and box party at Town Hall New-Year's night. Ladies with boxes, free; gentlemen, fifty cents. C. F. Eddy of WaitsfiVld was in town last week and settled with his creamery patrons for November milk, paying at the rats of tli cents per pound for butter. Charles Huut has sold his place opposite Pike and Benson's store to Itev. George E. Burnham. Mr. Hnnt intends going into bus iness in Boston in the near future. Rev. F. R. Gale is to go home for the New Year's holiday, and there will be no morning seruice at Unity Church, Dec. 31., but the Young People's meeting will be held as usual at 7, p. m. The Stowe Cornet Band has arranged for a grand concert to be given by the George H. Wilder Concert Co. of Montpelier at Unity church, Jan. 8. This is a company of artists, and is bound to give a first-class entertainment. WOLCOTT The News and Citizen uiti will be at the post office Monday next from 10:30 a. tu., to 4 p. m., lor the porpose ol Tt-cemuu subscrip tions. Be sure to see him if uu dou't want your paper stopped. Mis. Carroll Taylor is ill. D.D.Morgan was iii Jomison Saturday. B. L. Jennings is home Irom college for the holidays. Walter Sabin was up from Cumbridge over Sunday. Ed Smith of Burlington spent Sunday with friends here. V. V. Morgan of Littleton, N. U., was in town Sunday. David Harriman spent Christmas with his son in Newport. Dr. A. J. Valleau and lamily spent Cbtist- uias at Hyde Park. Elais Richardson and wife were with Iriends in Craftsbury, Monday. Allen Chapman of Stanbridge, P. Q , spent ChriBtmaB with relatives here. Ira Doolin and family were in Barton over Sunday, with Mrs. Doolin s parents. homer Fisher was down from Hardwick Sunday to visit bis (parents) of course. Faunce Charette and wife of St. Johnsbury were the gueBts of his parents here over bun-day. Sam Thomas and family and Abe Wake field and wife were guests at E. A. Albee's on Monday. Wilbur Austin is fast convalescing from a fmir months illnesB and is no able to sit up. He has had a long and serious illness and his many friends wiil be glad to note the lm provement. There will be a promenade and dance at town hall Monday evening, Jan. 1, 1900. Mimic. Paul's Orchestra: ball bill 50 cent per couple, supper 50 cents per couple, Everybody invited. Thomas J. Newton Camp, No. 22, and the Ladies' Aid Society, No. 1, wiil hold a joiut installation Jan. 3. A cordial invitation is extended to the ladies of the W. K. 0. and members of the G. A. R. The following officers were installed for CrYstal Chanter No. 9., O.'E. S.: Jennie M Haskel. W. M. : H. H. Parker, W. P ; Maud K. Warren." A. M.: P. 8. 8cribner, Secretary Helen Scott. Treasurer; Mae Jordon, Con ductor; tiara Kelley, A. C; Mary W. TilUn son. Cbatilain: Ellen B. Leach, Marshal Belle M. Parker. Adah : Hattie E. Moulton Ruth: Ednah A. TwisB. Esther- Laura E, Sheldon. Martha; Irene Bullock, Electa Alma Scaibuer. Warder; C. W. Moulton, Sen tinel; Rosemaud Tillotson, Organist. Mrs. Lucy E. wile of Timothy Arbuckle died on Tuesday. Dec. 19, of appoplexy Mrs. Arbuckle was born in Wolcott 77 vpins ago and spent her entire life here. She was a model wile and mother an was held in the highest esteem by all who knew her. The sympathy of the community goes out to the bereuved family and especial ly to her aged companion, to whom iu these bis declining years this affliction Beems doublv hard to bear. The mneral was held from the bouse on Thursday at 1 p. m.. Rev. Geo. C. Junkins officiating. The lemaius were taken to Fairmount Cemetery for interment. NORTH HYDE PARK. Leon Bailey is on the sick list. Lovely weather, and everybody is enjoying It nearr.iiy. BiiHinets i getting dull it seems. Sporting peonle are leaving town. Mrs C-ileb Hnrlhut is storming with her grand daughter, Mrs. E. E. Hogaboom. Mrs Mewell Newton moved Monday into I he h. W Smith tenement, where she and ber son duy will live for the present. Prof. Parren sneaks highly of the people of I jviurristown anu no. vv oleott ; lull nouses ana kind treatment was their motto. The family aathering at the home of Ver non w estover ( hnsimas was a pleasant. happy party. None went borne hungry. V. C. Balch and wife had a pleasant little family re union at their home Christmas. His father and mother were present; also her mother, and brothers and sister, with their amines. A very pleasant party of relatives and neighbors (3(5 in number) gathered at the home ol vv. v Millard Manning, on Ober Hill tbristmas afternoon. In say "they bad a nice time" don't half express it. The exercises at ths Cong'l church Xmas evening passed off pleasantly. House full; the children all performed their parts finely. Miss Dora Fleming and Miss Everline Fobs are worthy of special mention in their selec tions and elocution. Presents enough to go round bad not some received more than one. Ready For New Year's ! Oar store is filled with much that is new, pood and sensible for NEW YEAR'S OIFTS! i Here is where a 'ittle money will g- a good ways in purchasing pres ents, and we txtend a c ordial welcome to all to visit our store. yoinson, Vt. Hie McFarland Co. EDEN. Guy Rogers spent Sunday at home. Mrs Dodge is visiting her duughter. Mrs. a. Shattuck. Several from this town attended county- court luesday. Miss Hinds from Hardwick is visiting at Martin Shattuck s. Charles McGinnis is spending the holidays witn nis brother Anthony. Miss Jones will take charge of the Sunday morning service next Sunday. Anthony McGinnis has moved into the upper tenement ol O. 11. ParkhurBt s resi dence. The smokestack for the steam-mill has ar rive! ana soon we shall expect to see a boom in the valley. Electric lights next. Willie and Lillie McGinnis, who are attend ing school at L C. A. Hyde Park, and Belle and "Mikey" McGinnis, who are attending school at Centerville, are spending the holi- aay vacation in town, Mrs. Loehlin gave to each of her Sunday- school clasB a Christmas card Sunday, last. The little faces brighten at Buch times, and sometimes these gifts aid in the development ol tne cnaracter ol the receiver. Four great men, whose names had become familiar in many homehoIdH, hove passed away; their lile work finished in '99, Robert Ingersol, Cornelius Vanderbilt, Vice-President Hobart and D. L. Moody, the world wide evangelist. The Christmas trees Monday evening were fine, loaded marvelously with good things. The children performed their parts exsention- lly well. Judging from their appearance we ave much to hope for in the future of Eden. Much credit is also due the committee. NO. WOLCOTT. Mrs. J. F. Holton is again on the sick list A new boy arrived at Arthur Stoddard's Sunday evening. A family Christmas tree at N. E. Baldwin's Saturday evening. F. P. Sheldon is quite poorly and is under the doctor's care. . , H. C. and N. E. Baldwin have recently con nected their buildings by a Bell telephone. Mies Bertha Smith, who has been teaching in the Pomroy school in Burlingtou is up on her vacation visiting at N. C. and N. Bald ELMOKE. Lena Pike spent Christmas with friends in this place. Newton Camp spent Christmas at home with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Slayton spent Christ mas in Hyde Park. The ChriHtmos exercises were held Monday evening with a very good attendance. The church was very pret tily decorated and every thing passed off nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Merriam came down from Hardwick to spend Christmas with his parents, but were called back by the serious illness of Mrs. Merriam's father, Joseph Camp. MORR1STOWN. Kate Carlton is home from Jonesville for a few days. Elsie Moore, returns to St. Johnsbury Thursday. Mrs. L. E. Armstrong and two children of Barre are visiting at C. H. Taylor's. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Butterfield of Garfield spent Christmas at Albert Bartlett's. There was a Christmas gathering at Orville Russell's, and also at Manuel Builey's. There were Christmas exercisesattbeschool house in the "Darling neighborhood. The bouse was crowded with people and the ex ercises good. Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Hill, who have been making quite an extensive visit in this sec tion of the country, started for their home in Eyota, Minn., this morning. Elvin Gregg has been obliged to discontinue work at C. F. Smith's on account of trouble with bis heel from which be has had a quanti ty of decayed bone taken. It is a little below where bis limb was broken last year. This seems hard luck for Elvin, as it will necessi tate bis keeping off his feet for some time. CADY'S FALLS. Quite a Christmas, party at George Hicks'. Geoage Hicks has sold both of bis fox bounds. Mrs. Batch of Johnson is keeping bouse for her son, Fred Dow. Mrs. Fred Waterbury is spending Christ mas at Sylvester Wood's. Will Warren is all smiles. Cause, a ton pound boy, which arrived Tuesday morning. Henry Drown has been iaying hardwood floors for Sam White, which is a great im provement. Andrew Calkins and Jesse Gil more, who married Fannie Calkins, had an anniversary on Monday at the former's borne. Cahd of Thanks. Through the columns of your paper we wish to extend to the Masons, Relief Corps, singers, those who contributed Howes, and other friends who so kindly assisted in the burial ol our dear husband, son, and brother, our sincerest thanks. Mrs. Blanche F. Miner, Mr. C. H. Miner, Mrs. C. H. Miner. Alice P. Miner, Walter C. Miner, Fred J. Miner. CENTERVILLE. The semiannual reunion of the Campbell family will be held at Lorenzo Calkins' Satur day, Jan. la, 11)00. All members of the asso ciation will please take notico and govern themselves accordingly. , EAST CAMBRIDGE Dan Prince spent Sunday in Eden. Mrs. Phillins of Johnson is visiting her sis ter, Mrs. B. F, Nye. Mrs. Robblns, of East Johnson is at work for Mrs. L. L. Terrill. . Mr. Sheldon and family visited at Mr. Rice's in Johnson, Monday. Chas. Demerit t and wife spent Christmas at their father's, Albert Demeritt. Mrs. Sheldon of Burlington is stopping a while with her son George Sheldon. My son has been troubled for years with chronic aiarruoea. Home time ago l per suaded him to take some of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Jtemedy. After using two bottles of the 25-cent site he was cured. I give this testimonial, hoping some one similarly afflicted tuny read it and be benefited. TiIomas C. Bowkr, Glencoe, O, For sale by Hall & Cheney, Morrisville; Dr. T. P. Hublcll,i Wolcott; C. P. Jones, John son; J. J. Vearltn, Stowe. JEFFERSON VI LLE. John Waterman is a guest of friends in town. Mrs. A. S. Atkins have been visiting friends in Hardwick. Henry Thomas and wife of Morrisville were recent guests of friends in town. Clinton Wetherby and wife of Burlington spent Christmas at W. W. Smith s. D. C. Griswold and fanfily went to St. A! bans Saturday to spend Christmas. Miss Ella Holmes is at home from her school in Boston to spend the holidays. Mr. Austin and family are spending a few days with iriends in Lowell and Westneld. Max Powell and C. B. Wetherbv of Burling ton were among those who were in town the past week. There being Christmas trees all around us, the store keepers in this place report the largest tbristmas sale they have ever had The Misses Effle Butler, Jessie Buker and Messrs. Varnum, Hawley and Ray more are at home Irom Morrisville lor the Holiday va cation. ' The Christmas exercises Monday evening paesea on very pleasantly, giving much credit to those tuking part and to the com mittee in charge. Samuol Beard and family, who have lived in this village for several years have moved to Burre. The best wishes of their many irienas go wnu mem to tueir new home. The mechanics finished work last week on Hotel Melendy. When the painters and pa per hangeis givo the finishing touches it will be one of the attractive hotels in the county anu an improvement io our village. H. W. Varnum came home Friday night for the iiouaays. Saturday evening quite nu inner oi nis neignnors and friends gave him a surprise, reminding him that it was bis birthday, passing a pleasant social even ing and wishing him many return of the oc casion. OBITUARY. Died in Hyde Park, Dec. 17. 1899, Jane Elizabeth (Cooke) Noyes, aged 75 years and inree montns. Mrs. Noyes was born In Morristown. Vt Sept. 29, 1824. She wasa daughter of Jona than uooke ol tnat town, and the firth of family of ten children, only one of whom, a younger Droiner, survives ner. At the age or eighteen, she married Edgar Noyes of Hyde Park, which town has ever since been her borne, and where the death of her husband ovcurred in April 18H8. She united with the Congregational church in the earlier days of its foundation, under the pas torate of Rev. J. G. Bailey, and although unable in the later years of her life to active ly participate in its work or service, yet sh always bad Its Interests at heart, being al ways loyal and devoted to what she believed to be for the best interests and welfare of her church, her friends and her family ; no effort or sacrifice within her power being too great to be matte (or them. She was a woman of quick sympathy, a self-sacrificing true and devord mother. During the five days of her illness she bore ber suffering with wonderful patience and sweetness. The funeral services on December 20, at the home of herself and son, Chas. 1). Noyes, were conducted by Her, i. C. Taylor, the bearers being (.has, V Noyes, E. L. Noyes, A. C. Noyes and Lucius ivoyoB. EDEN MILLS. Mr.-. O. M. Taylor has moved into the Mil ler bouse. Mrs. Nellie Davis returned to her home in Barton Monday. Upwards of fifty enjoyed the skating on the pond the first, of the week. The appearance of wild Indians on our streets, and the pony express, makes us think we belong to the far west. iss Edith Adams gave a party to her young friends last t rid ay evening. Warm Bugar on snow was served. The Christmas Tree at the Corners was well attended. The exercises were very good and the trees were well covered with presents. The Social Club has secured L. J. Smith with good accompanist for music for their New Year's ball. Preparations are beiug made for w good time. Uome and enjoy it. As a cure tor rheumatism Chamberlain's Pain Balm is gaining a wide reputation. D. B. Johnston of Richmond, Ind., has been troubled with that ailment since 1802. In sneaking of it he says: "I never found any thing that would relieve me until l used Chamberlain's Pain Balm. It acts like magic with me. My foot was swollen and paining me very much, but one good application of Pain Balm relieved me. t or sale by Hall at Cheney, Morrisville; Dr. T. P. Hubbell, Wol- eott; C. P. Jones, Johnson; J. J. Vearan, Stowe. .MARRIAGES. EDGERTON: In Hyde Park, Dec. 1G, 1899, a oaua titer to Mr. and Mrs. A.,rdgerton. We will positively pay you ONE DOLLAR If one bot tle of Smith's Green Mountain Ren ovator does not benefit you in case you are Iron bled with any blood disorder, chronic rheumatism, or neuralgic affections. It is endoised by the best physicians in the coun try, and is warranted to do what is claimed for it H. J. Dwintll, or Hall & Cheney, Mor risville. WIFE NOTICE. whk.rf.as. niv beloved wife. Frances E.. the sharer of my joys the past forty years (If 1 have liuil nv). the mother of my children and the cause nl my sorrows (of which I bsve had many), has If It my lieu anu wmtu (wnai sue urn not take with her) without any cause that 1 know of, notice is hereby given that 1 forbid any per son or persons trusting her on my account after this date, for the reason that I hitve nil the overdue unpaid bills that must and shall be paid before I give my consent to contract more. Or.11 EiUU 111-.'! Johnson, Vt., Dec. 26, M)i. Furniture ! Sash, Doors, Blinds, Glass and Glazed Windows, Taints, Oils, Varnish and Painters' Supplies, Wall Paper, Spring Beds, Mattresses, Etc L. t,l. JONES, Johasoa, - Vermont. Annual Hooting;. Notice is hereby given that the Annual Meeting of the stockholders of The Union Hiivitigs Bank and Trust Co. of Morrisville, Vt., fur the choice of Directors for the year to ensue, and for the transaction of any other proper business, will beheld at the banking rooms ui sum ruriiurauuu ni, x u i m., January 3, 10UO. H. M. Rich, Treasurer. THANKFll . to all the residents of Morrisville and vicinity and to all the neighboring towns for patronizing us this year, 1899, which is al most gone, and we here have the pleasure to announce that in the year 1900, which is close at hand, we will reduce our price on Clothing and Gent's Furnishing Goods much lower than thev ever were before in the state ot Vermont, and we guarantee perfect satisfaction to all the purchasers in our line of clothing and gent s turnisning gooas, wnicn we oner, uegunnu jui. 1, iyuu, iu sen at the following prices : Men's all .wool Suits from $4.00 to $6.75 ; Men's clay worsted Suits from $3.75 to $12.00 ; Youth's Suits from 78c to $2.75 ; Boys' Suits, ages 9 to 19 years, double breasted coat, long or knee pants, and of best quality, at $3.50, $4,25 and $6.50. THE YEAR 1899 Hun nearly passed. Have- you saved what you ought to? If nut, compare the prices of feel wllh inc. I have started n r eed Wore In Johnson and for cash I will sell cbesp nml put the- UilTerenes between chkIi and credit prices iu the bank tor a rainy day. Geo. R. Gravlin,- Johnson, Vt. A What the New Year brings in the line of new styles or qualities in Furnishing Goods is here as soon if not sooner than any place in the country. We keep a sharp lookout for the things that have the stamp of merit, and those likely to strike the popular fancy. Nothing worthy escapes. Here are some things in the Neck wear line that will tickle the man of taste. OVERCOATS, men's or boys', and Ulsters tablishment of at the lowest figures at the large es- ifL Opposite Post Office, MORRISVILLE, ' Vermont. RIiLi GOflE . . . Our stock of Christmas Roods are all closed out and w e are now READY FOR BUSINESS with our regular poods. We are offering some pood bargains in all departments. COME AND SEE. W. H. NYE & CO., Johnson, Vt. To our Customers and Friends We would, extend our thanks For the interest shown our stock. - For the liberal patronage. " For the compliments, kind wishes and many courtesies extended us, which have made the past season a most pleasant one. We Wish All a Most Happy and Prosperous New Year And hope we may merit a continuance of your favors. PIKE & BENSON, Stowe, Vermont.