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NEWS AND CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1900.
The Kind You Have Alwaj'S Bought, and which has been in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of and has been made under his per jC&"ffijrfss sonal supervision since its infancy. Wu3V '-UtCUv: Allow no one to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-as-good" are but Experiments that trifle Avith and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTOR1A Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcoti substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worm and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation, and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the The KM You Me Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. THE CENTAUR COMPANY, TT MURRAV STREET, NEW YORK CITY. those who keep Pom! try 6k , Pi r, ,"-v , ''- A V tVUX Pie's HE)I CUT BDHE fob pmm. It will pay you more than two dollars for ever' dollar invested. Buy a sample and try it now. Do not wait until eggs are only ten cents per dozen. For sale hy the following people in Lamoille Co: II. X. GRAY, Cambridge. THOMAS ISKOTIIKKS CO., JolTc rsonvillc. H. F. HAYFOIU), Eden. AV. A. SIMULDIXCJ, Elmore. A. L. MOAVEIl, North Hyde Park. CHARLES ORIXJG, Garfield. II. 31. MAXFIELD, Johnson. C. F. HAYFORl), East Johnson. E. DOUGLAS, Morristown. T. 11. ELLIS, 3Iorrisvillc. MILES, McMAHON & CO., Stowe. J. V. STEYENS, Watcrville. LOUIS VALLEY, Woleott. P. A. HOLLEXKECK, East Elmore. A. I4 IJROWN, Helvidere Corners. 1 6 hTlj il' . ..;;;,"., ii Signature of J- r W MENDING A BREAK in ancient times required little skill, because of the crude methods of storing and conveying water. Modern times' and modern methods demand skill in all Plumbing and Heating Wor k. and this we give our patrons.. Our work is done promptly and to the en tire satisfaction of those favoring us with their orders. GILE & CHURCHILL, MORRISVILLE, Vermont. THE BITER BITTEN. A Trick That Didn't Work Oat Jo.t a. Was Id peeled. There were three of them, and as they filtered the German saloon on the corner the tall young man. who wore razzle dazzle clothes auJ posed as "fast." remarked In an undertone to liia companions that lie would "show them soine-thing good." They lined up at the har. and the tall young man ordered three 5 cent jrlnks. When these were disposed of, he laid down 10 cents on the bar, at Which the German proprietor remark ed. "Nein; fifdeen." The tall young man repoi-Ueted the coin and thus ad dressed the German: "1 just gave you 10 cents, didn't I?" "Yah," respuuded the German. "Well, here's 10 cents. That makes 20. 60 you owe me 5," added the young man, again depositing the dime n the har. The German looked bewildered, but placed the dime In the money drawer and handed the tall young man a half dollar, with the request that He deduct therefrom the 5 cents due him. The tall young man had just the correct change. 45 cents, left in his pocket. This he promptly handed to the Ger man and received the half dollar. Then the three companions repaired to the street' and Indulged in a mighty laugh, while the tall-young man swelled up like a prize turkey on parade. Every thing went lovely until they parted company and the tall young man boarded a car for his home in the suburbs. Imagine his feelings when the conductor handed him back the 00 cents which he tendered In re sponse to the request for fares with the information that the piece was "bad." It ms nil the money he had, and ho could not persuade the con ductor to trust him, so lie was eject ed at the next corner and had to walk the remaining five miles to his home. Chicago Journal. TRAINING OF ANIMALS. Only Accomplished, It In Said, by the Ikc of the Whip. The popular theory that animals can he taught tricks by firmness and kind ness is a grim error, according to a vet eran circus man who lias sent forth the dictum that no animal was ever trained to do anything unnatural ex cept by punishment. If it knows hun ger or pain will follow disobedience, it will obey. It takes the whip to break the colt to harness or saddle, but the end justifies the means, and the animal's intelli gence when once it lias learned its les son does away withfurther use of the whip. But if a horse is taught tricks, such as one sees in a circus, the con stant use of the whip is necessary, and the little pat on the neck the train er gives the animal in public Is not be stowed in private. There Is never any let up in their training. Trained dogs always appeal to worn en and children, for the littl animals appear to thoroughly enjoy their work, But the barking and frisking are only the natural joy of the poor beasts at being let out of the cramped quarters where they stay when they are not in the ring. Moreover, they know the trainer does not whip them In public. There Is scarcely a trick a trained dog does that he likes or that he will do at order unless punished. Willis Cobb was the first dog trainer to make a reputation, and when he was middle aged he abandoned his profession be cause, he said, he had not the heart to go on making a living by whipping dogs. Cleveland World. "Silencing a linn," There Is a great deal of Ignorance as to what "silencing a gun" means. A gun Is silenced when the gunners are disabled or driven back and the gun or gun carriage damaged. It Is a common enough phenomenon for weapons which have thus been silenced to re open fire after repairs have been made, the gunners rallied or a fresh gun crew obtained. It Is a rare thing for a gun to be so damaged by hostile fire that it cannot be refitted and brought Into ac tlon again. "1 saw," says Prince Kraft of the German artillery In the battle of Gravelotte, "many guns during the cannonade lying miserably on the ground 'winged' that Is, with a broken wheel. But not one was withdrawn The Injured guns were always speed ily repaired with the help of the wag' ons, which were near, so that at tho close of the battle 1 could not tell ex actly bow many pieces had been put temporarily out of action." Army and Navy Journal. ; Folly of Kxtravnarnnce. "Because I agree to undertake your defense," said tlie eminent criminal lawyer who had been called In, "you will hare to be perfectly frank with me and tell rue the whole truth. Did you embezzle the $20,000 you are ac cused of having taken?" "Yes, 8ir," replied the accused man. "PU not attempt to conceal the fact from you. 1 stole every cent of It" "How much of It have you still?" "It's all gone but $10." "Young man." said the eminent law yer, buttoning his overcoat about him and putting on Lis gloves, "you'd bet ter plead guilty and tlirow yourself on tho mercy of tlie court." "I'll do It If you say so, sir. What are you going to cliarge me for the advice?" "Ten dollars." Chicago Tribune. IIU View of It. "No, sur!" exclaimed Cassldy. "It's no aisy job t' be a millionaire." "Is It Just crazy talk ye're makln?" asked Mulligan. ' "No, sur; I mane It. Shure, If ye're a millionaire an don't give all ycr money away they call ye a sthlngy ould thafe, an If ye do they'll say ye had t' do It t' square ycrscl wld tlie Lord. No, sur; I'd not be a millionaire fur a thousan dollargr-Phlladulplila Tress. Farmers and Furrows A fanner is known bv his furrow an " the carpenter is known by his chips." It takes a firm hand and a true eye to turn a straight furrow. No wonder the farmer wears out, spite of exercise and fresh air. One day's work on the farm would tire many a trained athlete. And the farmer works hardest of all. The first up and the last to bed, feeding his team before he teeds nimselt, his work is practically never done. Why does not the fanner treat his own body as he treats the land he cultivates? He puts back in phos phate what he takes out in crops, or the land would grow poor. The fanner should put back into his body the vital elements exhausted by labor. If he does not, he will soon complain of "noor health." The great value of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery is in its vital izing power. It gives strength to the stomach, life to the lungs, purity to the blood. It supplies Nature with the sub stances by which she builds up the body. just as the farmer supplies Nature with the substances that build up the crops. " I write to tell you of the gre at benefit I re ceived from the use of Dr. Pierce's Golden Med ical Discovery," writes Mr. G. B. nird, of Dyrn siiie, Putnam Co., W. Va. " It cured me of a very naa case oi 'indigestion associated witn torpid liver. Before I began the use of 'Golden Med ical Discovery ' I had no appetite; could not sleep nor work but very little. The little that I ate did not aeree with me, bowels constinated. and life was a misery to me. I wrote to Dr. Pierce pivinfr the symptoms, ana askerl lor advice. He advised trie to try the ' Golden Medical Dis covery ' so I began the use of it and after taking four bottles I felt so well that I went to work; but soon got worse, so I again began the use of it and used it ahout eignt weeks longer, when I was permanently cured." Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets invigor ate stomach, liver and bowels. Use them when you require a pill. St.J.&LC.R.R.Time Table Winter Hrrangem'nt in effect Oct. 2, '99 Stj'g'gghiskgr8 Mixed. 1 Hy'dePrk - .kksjjiS Mixed b 2 i. in t. '- V is ii i. - U - a Jo ii t I EXpreBS c (n ro O -I S VI 5l t-5 4 X V . 1 Q f ii S S 3 oe ? js txck jo - bbi''-ioui4.wii''-i;33C Mall. ?ci:X'Xi x fci 7i j s s BC U io bi n w - m m. ti w 4 v w 3f I Mall. H & " - m K hNxoc(0(ocDtcoooo'-'-'' Express A i s: - -i S x j f o tv tv -i . i t 7a-4-ixaD y HydePrk Egggfegg Mixed ST jHaD(;xoc j M'Vllle s gaielsgfe.! Mixed, i RUTLAND RAILROAD. Time Table Corrected to Nov. 20, 1899. Train Lfuv Rurllng;ton GOINQ SOUTH AND EAST. DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. 8.30 A.M. EXPRESS MAIL due Rutlano U :05 a. m, Trov 2:10 p. 111., Albany 2:6; p. m New York 7:00 p. in., Bellow? Falls 1 :25 p. m., Boston;6:50 p. m., ProTl deuce 7:'.'5 p. m., Worcester 6:00 p. m. Springfield 5:47 p. ni., ew York 10:00 p. ni. 12.05 NOON-GREEN MOUNTAIN FLYEB due Rutland 2:00 p. m., Troy 4:60 p. m., Albany 5:-J5 p. m., New York 10:00 p. m., Bellows Falls 3:40 p. m., Boston 7:30 p. m., Worcester 6:55 p. ni., Springfield 6:18 p. m.. New York 10:00 p. m. Wag ner parlor cars to Boston and Troy 1.30 P. M., MIXED TRAIN for Tlconderoga, Rutland and intermediate stations, due Ticonderoga 6 :45 p. m., Rutland 6 :15 p.m. 5.30 P.M. Local passenger for Rutland and intermediate stations, due Rutland 8.00 P.M. 10.06 P. M. For Boston and New York daily, due Rutland 12:10 a. in., Troy 2:46 a.m. New York 7 SO a.m., Boston 7:00 a.m., Worcester 6:35 a. m., Providence 8:16 a. m. Wagner buffet sleeping cars to New York and Boston. Arrlrul of Train t Hurllng-ton. 4:21 A. M. Night Express, dally, from New York and Boston 11 :05 a. m Local Express from Rutland.. 4:20 p. m. Ex press Mall from Boston. 6 :40 p.m.-Green Mountain Flyer from Boston and New York. 3:45 a. in. Mixed Train from Rutland. E. E. KNOTT CO.. (Jitv Ticket Agents. Woodbury A Walker Building. R, T. Mckevkk, Gen'l Passenger Agt. U. A. Hodge Traffic Mgr. USE THE l AND SAVE Time ravel rouble and 1 Money. You can telephone 100 words in one minute easily. Try It A message by telephone brings immediate answer. Night Rate one-balf the day .rate, except where the day rate is or less. Very convenient for social conversation. N. E. ton Furniture! Sash, Doors, Blinds, Glass and Glazed Windows, 1 Paints, Oils, Varnish and rainters' Supplies, Wall Taper, Spring Beds, Mattresses, Etc L. M. JONES, Johnson, - Vermont. No. 301. MelaRram. F.ntire, I am a substance obtained from -trees; Cliange my head, and I am a great dis tance; Change again, and I am an organ of the body; Again, and I am a vessel; Again, and I am to impair; Again, and I am a conveyance; Again, and I am a paddle; Again, and. I am a contest; Again, and 1 am a bolt. No. 302. llloatrated Rebna. A book and its author. No. 303. Geographical Clothing. 1. If you are searching for headgear, go to Washington to "the edifice occupied by congress or, 2, to the coast of North Carolina. 3. If it is a wrap, go to the entrance to Chesapeake liny. 4. If it is footwear, you will find it in a mountain peak in Park range, Colo rado. No. 304. Word Pazzlea. Terminations. Find the following definitions, words all ending with the same three letters, which form the name of a small insect. 1. Not near. 2. P.olonging to the vegetable kingdom. 3. To give an answer to a request. 4. A country person. 5. Wandering in search of adventures. C. Agreeable. 7. A despotic ruler. 8. One who entreats with humility. 9. A gorgeous spectacle. No. 305. Head and Tail. When the right word is guessed and the first and last letters are transposed, a new word will be formed. Example: Transpose muscle and make certain bev erages. Answer: S-ine-w, wines. 1. Transpose a mechanical force and make a noisy feast. 2. Transpose to drive back and make a person alllicted with a terrible disease. 3. Transpose a word of inquiry and make to melt. 4. Transpose a small body of water and make a noose. 0. Transpose a metal and make to trade. No. 300. A Charade. When the clouds ure hanging low, And all day it rains and pours. You should never be my first, Though the rain keeps you iu doors. On the hills in majesty ' See my second stately stand; Surely not a nobler sight May be found in all the land. See the gallant sailor hoy, Though tlie winds may blow a gale, Climbing to the lofty whole To adjust the flapping sail. No. 307. Mnaicnl Romance, Every question is answered by the title of a well known song. 1. What was the name of the lover? 2. Who was his sweetheart? 3. In what country were they born? 4. On what river was her home? 5. What was his native state? 6. Wrhere did the young man first meet bis sweetheart? 7. What part of the day was it? 8. When did he propose to her? 9. What did he say to her? 10. What was her reply? No. 308. Confeaalona. Parson, what Is your age? Lawyer, what is your age? Traveler, what is your age? Postmaster, what is your age? Soldier, what is your age? Sailor, what is your age? Farmer, what is your age? Cook, what Is your age? Economist, what is your age? Husband, what is your age? Driver, what is your age? Joker, what is your age? Sweetheart, what is your age? Sideboard Repartee. "You are looking sour," said the black berry jam. "Never!" retorted the brandied peaches. "On the contrary, I am in the best of spirits." Chicago News. Star Conrae. "You weren't at the club last night." "No. Heard a lecture." "On what?" " 'Husbands Who Are Never at Home,' by my wife." Philadelphia North American. A Pertinent Qneatlon. "They claim that a gallon of liquid sir costing a cent will produce as much cold as 85 pounds of ice." "Say, how would you like to be the Ice man then? Cleveland I'lain Uealer. Key to the Paaaler. No. 352. Puzzle Verne: A paper cutter. No. 3").'!. Numerical Enigma: Ivanhoe. I''. No. 334. Weapons: 1. O-lance. 2. Gnu, iju,. ;. r-niie. 4. ii -arrow. I No. 355. Missing Letters: i Let us then be up and doing, With a heart for any fate. Still achieving, still pursuing, Learn to bihor and to wait. No. 350. Itlddlemeree: Yankee Doodle. No. 357. Itidge or Furrow: No answer required. No. 358. Word Square: I. Home. 2, Dven. 3. Mead. 4. Ends. No. 359. Curtailments: I. Whlt-e. 2, Dee-t. 3. Was-p. 4. Itob-s. 5. Tom-e. No. 300. Anagrams: 1. The burden of Ninevah. 2. The swelling of Jordan. S. Free will offerings. 4. Shnshan. the pal ace. 5. Huld.ih, the prophetess. 0. The ten lepers. 7. The unjust steward. 8. Oman's thrashing floor. 9. Mary Mag dalene. A little light work should not make a woman's back ache And it wouldn't if the kidneys were rijjht. Sick kidneys are to blame for three fourths of the pain and misery in this world . If all the kidneys in the world-could be male strong and healthful, back ache would disappear like magic. Doan's Kidney Pills Are making well kidneys just as fast s people let them. They never fail. Have cured thousands of men and women. Read this testimony of their merit. Mrs. J. F. Jencks, of 532 Bank street, wife of the foreman at the lirown Carriage Co., New Loudon, Ct., says: "It took five or six boxes of Doan's Kidney Pills to milicallv cure me of backache, in the winter cf 1S.H1, ritul all I can add to the state ment I g.ive tit that lime for publication in our New I.ondou papers i-, tlie cure then eflected has been permanent. I as conscien tiously ann os empii'uicany endorse uoan-s Kidney 1'iiis to-day as I :ki when tncy were first brought to my notice over three years apo. My advice to anyone suffering from either weakened or over-excited kidnevs is to procure Doan's Kidney rills at a drug store, take ft course of the treatment, and the results promised will inevitably follow." Doan's Kidney Pills for sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Mailed by Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo. N. Y., sole agents for the United States. Re member the name Doan's and take no substitute. EHtate of George Wilkinson. NOTICE OP SETTLEMENT. State of Vermont. District of Lamoille, ss. In Probate Court, helil at Hyde Park, within and for said district, ou the 13th day of February, A. V. 1!W0. E. b. Hastings, Administrator, with will an nexed, of the estate of George Wilkinson, laie 01 woieou 111 said lnsmct, deceased, presents his administration account for examination and allowance and makes application for a decree of distribution and partit on of the estate of said deceased. w hereupon, it 13 ordered bv said Court, that said account and said application lie referred to a session tnereoi, to be Held at the rrobate Office in said Hyde Park, on the 17th day ol March A. 1). 1'JIK), for hearing anil decision thereon : And, it is further ordered, that notice hereof be Riven to all persons interested, bv pub lication of the same three weeks suiicessively In the News and Citizen, a newpaper published at Morrisville and Hyde Park, previous to said time appointed for hearing, that they may appear at said time and place, and show cause, if any they may have, why said account should not be allowed and such decree made. By the Courr Attest, IS EDWIN C. WHITE. Judue. " Kstate of Euimet J. Llbbey. COMMISSIONEB8' NOTICE. The undersigned having been appointed by the Honorable Probate Court for the District ot Lamoille, Commissioners, to receive, examine ami adjust all claims and demands of all persons against the estate of Emmett J l.ibbey, late ol .lo.iiison, in said District, deceased, and all clayus exhibited in offset thereto, hereby Rive notice that we will meet for the purposes afore said at the store of 11. M. Maxfield, Johnson, Vt , on the third day of March and tenth day of July, next, from two o'clock p. 111. until lour o'clock p. m each of said days, and that six monlha from the 10th dav of January, A. D. luo 1, is the time limited by said Court for said creditors to present their claims (o us for examination and allowance. Dated at Johnson, Vt.. this 12th dav of Febru ary, . D. 1U E. II. SH KRVI V, ARTHUR PIKE, 17 Commissioners. Estate of Ileman A. Waterman. NOTICE Or SETTLEMENT. State of Vermont, District of Lamoille, ss. In Probate Court, held at Hyde Park, in said dis trict, ou the 10th day of February, A. D. 1900. Norman A. Waterman and Willard I). Welch, Administrators of the estate of Heman A, Waterman, late ol Johnson, in m d district, deceased, present their administration account for examination and allowance and makes appli cation for a decree of distribution and partition of the estate of said deceased. Wher eon, it is ordered by said Court, that said account and said application be referred to a session th-reof to he held at the Probate Office In said Hyd Park ou tlie Stli day of March. A. D. 19U0, for hearing and decision thereon: And, It Is further oniered.that notice hereof be giveu to all persons interested, by publication of the same three weeks successively in the News and Citi zen, a newepaper published at Morrisville and Hyde Park, previous to said time appointed for hearing, that they niav appear at said time and place, and show cause, if any they may have, wiiy said account should not be allowed and such decree made. By the Court. Attest, 17 EDWIN C. WHITE, Judlie. Estate of MlrUin May. NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT. State of Vermont, District of Lamoille, ss. In Probate Court, held at Hyde Park, iu said dis trict on the Wth day of February, A. V. laoO. C. E Denlo, Administrator of the estate of Miriam May, late of Morristown, lu said district, deceased, presents his administration account for examination and allowance, and makes application for a decree of distribu tion and partition of the estate of said deceased. Whereupon, It Is ordered by said Court that said account and said application be referred to a ses sion thereof to be held at the Probate Office In said. Hyde Park, on the 3d day of March, A. D. luo. for hearing and dtcision there on: And, It Is further ordered, that notice hereof be Riven to all persons inteiested, by pub lication of the same three weeks successively In the News and Citizen, a newspaper published at Morrisville m.d Hyde Park, previous to said time appointed tor hearing, that they may ap. pear at said time and place, and show cause, if any they may have, why said account should not be allowed and such decree made. Itv the Court. Attest. 17 EDWIN C. WHITE. Judge. V I. WEBBING STATI0NERY We have in stock 1 he finest grades of Wedding Stationery: Announcements, Invitations, t I'nrih ntv. nrintnd and when k. the work is completed only an j expert can tell that it is not a f job of engraving. 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