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NEWS AND CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1900.
5 JOHNSON. A. E. Partlow was In Eden 00 Thursday. Mis Grace Sargent was homeover Sunday. Mr. J. A. Andrews is visiting in Vergennes. Mr. Landon was in Boston on business last meek. Listen and yon will bear tbe wedding bells ring. Miss Eva Sturtevant returned toberechool Monday. Mrs. Perry and daughter bave gone to East fiardwick. Myron Buck was in town last Thursday end Friday. Mrs. Holbrook of Albany is visiting her son . K. Holbrook. Geo rite Leper of St. Albans is visiting at John Laraway's. Jacob Dodge, who bas been sick with pneu monia, is better. Joe Jacobs bas moved into the Libby house on Bailroad street Harry Maxfleld and wife visited friends in Cambridge last week. Dr. Wilson from Fair Haven was at Mr. Stevens' over Sunday. John Jewett from Boston visited at H. M. Maxflield's on Friday. J. D. Odell visited friends in Plattsburgh Saturday and Sunday. Ternon Libby from Fletcher has been visit ing atH.M. Masfleld's. Mrs. C. A. Smith of Winooski is visiting ber tirother, Nathan Dodge. Miss Anna Hosmer. who bas been ill for eome weeks, is recovering. Mrs. Joseph Farnnm. who has been ill for tome time, is convalescing. Walter Cowan from Boston is visiting his cousin, Mrs. Del Sturtevant. Tom Leland from Morrisville spent Sunday at bis brother's, Fred Leland. Wm, Tracy picked sufficient raspberries for a shortcake on Monday, Oct. 1. Prof. Banger wbb in Guildhall last week at tending an educational meeting. Glen Raymond is borne from New Hamp shire where he has been at work. Tbe Modern Woodmen will hold their next meeting Tuesday evening, Oct. 9. Mrs. J. T. Pierce of Cambridgeport, Mass., ia stopping in town for a few days. Mr. Drown of North Troy was in town Wed nesday and Thursday of laet week. Harvest Sunday will be observed at the M. E. church by appropriate exercises. George TewkBbury of Boston has been vis iting at H. J. Boyes' the past week. Misses Anna Demerritt and Ada Libby vis ited friends in Morrisville Wednesday. Harry Wellman and Mr. Stannard of Brig ham Academy were in town over Sunday. Chas. Stevens and wife from St. Albans vis ited at her father's, Orange Buck, laBt week. E. O. Story is putting a veranda on two -sides of bis bonse. greatly improving it there by. Bev. Sidney E. Packard will begin his work as pastor of tbe Baptist church Sunday, Oct. 14. Maud Gleason is back from the mountains -and bas entered tbe senior class at tbe Nor mal. Tbe little daughter of Wm. Cowan died very suddenly last week, after an illness ol a lew hours. Grace Leland and Hattie Kimball drove to Bake rsfleld last Friday alter school, returning Sunday. Mrs. Augusta Waterman is very ill with pneumonia. Fears are entertained as to her recjvery. Damon Curmy is making some much need ed repairs on the house be occupies on Lower Main street. A large gang of men are employed laying new steel on tbe lower section of the railroad below tbe village. S. A. Andrews of Vergennes was visiting his father. Judge Andrews, Wednesday and Thursday of last week. Rev. Noble Buck and three brothers from iiere attended the funeral of Dr. Hawley at hairlux last Wednesday. Quarterly meeting next Sunday. It is ex peeled that some will be received into the thurch in full membership. Mrs. Dodge and daughter of Montgomery are visiting at hu Campbell s. Also a new baby arrived there Sunday. Judge Andrews raised on one acre of ground from one bushel of seed 48Va bushels ol buck wheat. Who can beat that? Mrs. W. D. Welch of Lebanon. N. H., was -filled to town on Monday by tbe illness of her mother, Mrs. Waterman. The friends of Mrs. P. C. Stearns are very sorry to learn ol her continued illness. Mrs. Fred Holmes is caring for her. The Junior League will meet regularly here after olc-4 in two weeks, on Sunday at 4 p. m. The first meeting was held Sept. U. Lester Foster while visiting his traps Wed nesday morning bad tbe misfortune to stum ble over a lug, thereby breaking bis arm. L. P. JohoDott of Burlington was in town 'Thursday and Friday, stopping over night with bis brother-in-law, James ComstoGk. J.W.Nye, of the firm of Barlow & Nye, Manchester, N. H , was in town last week buying farm produce and visiting his brother W. H. JNye. Rev. E G.French and Rev. G.N. Kellogg ex changed pulpits last Sunday. Thecongrega- tions at Morrisville and at Johnson both list ened to good sermons. Miss Leslie of Lowell, Mass., bas arrived with a fine line -of millinery gaods and will bave her opening at her shop here instead of at Lowell, as stated last week. George Bedell, who bas amused bimsell fre uently in the past few years by whipping his wife, ban baen arrested and put under $200 bonds and is to bave his trial at County Court. WATERVILLE. Burnie Chase was at home from Morrisville over Sunday. The Union church was newly shingled with slate lust week. E. A. Randall and family of Bakersfleld were 4n town over Sunday. H. L. Beard has done quite a job of repair ing on nis norse Darn. Harry Scott of Montgomery visited his -cousin, U. W. Brott last week. Miss Lena Willey is vixiting her brother, llu r ton w llley.at Ureensboro. Mrs. B. M. Willey of Greensboro visited Mr. .and Mrs. It. A. Willey last week. Miss Una Maun has gone to Saratoga. N. Y., where she bus a situation as teacher. Ed Culver and family of franklin visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Child, over Sun day. Miss Gertrude Wilbur left New York for Jburope last week where she intends to remain until spnug. George H. Beard, son of H. L. Beard, went to Montpelier Tuesday morning where lie bas tbe appointment as messenger in the Repre sentative hall for tbe present terra of the Leg islature. Mrs. Laura Cunitz, who bas been spending the summer with friends in town, returned to her norae at ort Atkinson. Wis., lust week. Mrs. Cunitz bas made many friends during uer vihil iu veruiuuc. Harvey Buker died very suddenly of heart failure at his home Saturday morning, be was on tne si reel lor some time In tbe morn ing and died very suddenly after he returned to the house. Aged 70 years one month and 19 days. He leaves a wife who is in very poor health, two sons and three daughfeis to mourn his loss. Tbefunnral wasat f he Union church on Monday, Rev. Mr. Christie officiat ing. - Monarch over pain. Burns, cuts, sprains, stings. Instant relief. Dr. Thomas' Edeetrie Oil at any drug store. STOWE. C. F. Eddy was in Burlington Monday. Joe Latuch is moving to Waterbury Cen ter. H. G. Thomas is in- Montpelier for a few days. Mrs. Fred Billings is in Montpelier for a lew days. Frank Robinson is at home from Malone, N. Y. Clinton Taylor is spending a few days in St. Albans. Mrs. Helen Seaverof Woodstock is visiting in town. Frauk Grahame of Montpelier is in Moscow this week. Mrs. H. E. Nelson was in Montpelier last Thursday. Eddie Muzzy is visiting bis sister in Hart ford, Conn. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Lovejoy spent Sunday in Hardwick. Mr. Gilmore of Burlington visited friends in town last week. Henry Campbell of Montpelier visited bis parents Monday. John Yallineaunt of Waterbury was in town over Sunday. George Buzzell was in Hardwick on busi ness last Wednesday. Mrs Cbeetina Tnwne of No wicb, Ct.. is vis iting relatives in town. Kim ber Thomas of Rochester is visiting his parents on tbe Branch. Dow Smith has moved into the bouse re cently purchased of C. H. Wright. Prin. C. L. Cowles of the High school read a sermon at tbe Cong'l church Sunday. L. P. Lovejovhasbeen aseistingat Vearen's drug store in the absence of Roy Smith. Miss Nellie Munn is assisting at the Pavil ion during the session of tbe Legislature. Mark Poor bas gone to Minneapolis where he will remain throughout thewinterat least. Fred Mills, who has been the efficient leader of the Stowe Military band, has moved to Wolcott. Miss Floy Eddy was at homefrom Goddard Seminary over Sunday and Harry Pike from Montpelier. Mrs. G. C. Jones of San Francisco, who bas been visiting ber sister, Mrs. Sberwin, return ed home last week. W. M. Adams closes tbe Summit House on Mt. Mansfield this week having bad a very seuccessful season. Mr. and Mrs. Emery and Miss Barrows of Bethel were iu town Wednesday to attend the Barrows Douglass wedding. It is announced that the marriage of Frank J. Robinson and Miss Bertha Barrows will occur Wednesday of this week. The first drncing lesson of the school to be given by Prof. George Elmore will be held at Lovrjoy's hall Friday evening, Oct. 12. Miss Anna Brackett closed her summer house last Thursiay, and after spending a fpw weeks in Montpelier will return to New York. Senator P. D. Pike and Representative F. O. Burt left Tuesday for their duties at the Capital. They both board at the Montpelier House. The Bohemian Glass Blowers are at the town hall all this week. The company shows under tbe Stowe Military band which shares in tne proceeds. More freight was hauled oyer the Mt. Mans field electric railroad during tbe month of September than in any previous month in tbe history of the road. Messrs. Foster, Miller and Watson, com prising the State Board of Railroad Commis siouers were in town Thursday looking over the Mt. Mailt-tk-ld t l-ctric railroad. A harvest service will be held at Unity church next Sunday morning, the subject, "What constraint may the State properly put upon the individual." Service at 7 30 p. m. A cordial invitation is extended to all to attend this service. Rev. J. J. Lewis gave bis illustrated lecture upon the Patsion Play of Oberammergau at Unity church Bunday evening. Mr. Lewis gives a most interesting and instructive en tertainment and will always be certain of a good audience in Stowe. Mr. M. W. Owen was 70 years old last Mon day aud wtjs greatly surprised and pleased Monday eveuing by a call from about 75 of nis mends and neighbors, accompanied by a goodly number of his Grand Army eomrdaes. Tbe band was also In attendance aud furnish ed their usual fine music. A meeting of the stockholders of the Lake Mansfiold Trout Club was held at the Lake last Wednesday. It was decided to increase the number of shares ineued by 100 raising the capital stock to $5000. This move was made necesaary by the fact that the work is being done iu a far better manner than was at first proposed thus largely adding to tbe cost. Another of those pretty home weddings of which there have been so many in Stowe this summer occurred last Wednesday nt the resi dence of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Douglass when their daughter, Miss Lillie was uuited in mar riage to Dr. H. W. Barrows, Rev. Frauk Gale performing the ceremony. Immediately af terward Dr. aud Mrs. Barrows left upon a 10 oa.vs trip, presumably to New York. although their friend are not informed as to their itinerary. Upon their return the doctor and wife will occupy their pleasant borne on Maple street and their many friends will wish them an abubdance of happiness on their life jouruey. MOSCOW. Quite a party from here went to Lake Mans field Sunday. Orson's summer boarders bave oil gone ex cepting Miss Jones. Miss Florence Warren of Waterbury is vis iting ieuua warren. Tbe new bell for the schoolhouse came last week. It is a flue soundinir one. nnrl Unai-nii has her bell. It will be placed in position as soon as ine Deltry is mushed. The Dillingham Brothers are to do the work and commenced last Saturday. MORRISTOWN. A. Jacobs is building a new granary and corn barn combined. Clara Jacobs spent several days the past ween iu nyue rarx ano Albany. E RflHhAW And vifo frnm Alhani. on.l V Muzzy and wife from Hyde Pork were recent guema ui tueir uncie s, A. Jaeou. Mrs. Maria Chaff. e goes to David Douglas in Stowe to work next week while Mrs. Doug las goes to New York to visit relatives. o. a. ijowaro or Morrisville will deliver a lecture ut the church at 1 p. m , Oct. 7. His subject is "The Seventh Duy Sabbath not muuing now, Amnnir the thinira bito in sununn bunch of apple blossoms picked by George Jacobs and a raspberry short cake made by airs, i. i uayer nom nice ripe berries picked last Saturday. GARFIELD. T. A. Richardson was in Irasburg the first oi tne week. Hiram Hutcbins of Calais is working for T A. Richardson. Fred Jackson and wife visited at R. A. Jack- son s in uyde ram the first of the week. Mrs. C. B. Swift and son visited Mr. nrl Mrs E. A. Butterrield at Morristown laftt week. Stephen Shepherd was taken critically ill Thursday night. Dr. Genge was called, and ue is uuw improving. Mrs. H. M. Keeler and Mrs. H. 8. Keeler of Morristown ere the guests of Mr. aud Mrs, C. M. Davis one day Inst week, Herman Jori' S, who bas been livlnir In ft f Davis' tenement bouse known as the Ri,h bouse, has moved to Garfield and is living iu the tenement with his brother Elhridgn. Frank Uujette lias moved into the bouse he vacated. WOLCOTT. Miss Nellie Clark of Baruetis visiting friends in town. Ed Sleeper has moved his family to Pot- tersville. Fernie Nelson of Boston is a guest at A. R. Darling's. Albert Easbaw is visitiug relatives in Frank lin county. Town Representative Gray left for the Cap itol, Tuesday. G. A. Wheeler of Wells River was in town tbe past week. F. E. Wheeler and wife are taking in the Fair in Tunbridge. Mrs. T. C. Arbu-kle goes to Eden this week, to visit her parents. Mrs. M. D. Scott of Beecher's Falls is visit ing her many friends here. L. J. Thompson and A. W. Foster were in Johnson Friday of last week. C. W. Moulton and wife leave Monday for New Hampshire to visit relatives. A. J. Valleau.the recent guest of the doctor, returned Monday to Hartford, Conn. Marshall McClarey and L. Valley spent Sun day at the former's home in Craftsbury. A. N. Bovnton and wife went to Montpelier Tuesday to take in the opening Betsion of tbe Legislature. Weslev Gould came to town the past week from Goffstown, N. H., and has gone to work for u. W. J ones. Station Agent Burnell was in Burlington Tuesday. Fred Smith of Cambridge manip ulated the key in the telegraph department during bis absence. Card op Thanks Words fail to express our appreciation of the many kind things done by friends and neighbors when our loved one was taken. V L 1-ihhek, . Ella J. Gi ver. EDEN. Homer Parkhuret has gone to Johnson. Several from here attended the auction of E. E. and W. W. Patten at Johnson, Satur day. Miss Jessie Rogers has been elected delegate from the Corners Sunday-school to attend tbe state convention at Barre. The Sunday-school concert was largely at tended and was a success. The quarterly re port was made and the gain over last quar ter is very encouraging. A few small parties visited the lakeSunday. The forests are at their brightest now. tbe water the clearest and the reflections some thing beyond description, and we are not surprised that they come often. There is to be a harvest supper at Church Hall Friday evening. Oct. 5, under the aus pices of the Ladies' Aid Society, the proceeds to be used to finish painting the church. Re member the date and the object and give an attendance. You will fell well paid for your efforts. Supper 10 cents. The band will be in attendance. Among those from out of town who visited here the past week we mention Mrs. Delia Honey and Alton Mills from Albany, Adel bert Mills from Lowell, Mass., Mrs. Galon Skinner from Lowell, Vt,. Mrs. Fitts from Burlington, Mr. and MrB. Wm. Patten from Johnson. Henry McGuirefrom .Joliet, III. Mr. McGuire has resided in Joliet Ml years. This was bis first visit to Eden. He is a veteran of the War of the Rehi-llion, a member of Co. D. 6th regiment, Vt. Vols. He is planning to attend the re-union of that company at New port next Friday, Oct. 5. to make his visit to his native state complete Ue is a ringing politician and of the right stamp so he says ut "Does sometimes diverge," as politi cians often do. He is a Democrat. CADY'S FALLS. There will be a social dance for old and young at tbe hall Friday evening, Oct. 12. Lew Smith will furnish music. BELVIDERE. Mrs. 0. A. Lawrence is very sick. Mrs. O. M. Holbrook visited in Hyde Park last week. Grace Brown bas gone to Johnson to work for a few weeks. Mrs. Clarence Lampher visited her parents in Wolcott recently. Mr. Tinker from Fletcher has taken C. N. Tillotson's farm for one year, and moved on. Mrs. M. C. Bloom, who has been visiting at O. M. Holbrook's. has returned to her home in Kenwood, N. Y. BAKERSFIELD. Miss Maud Cross of East Higligate was in town last we-k. Mrs. Leonard Sheldon entertained company from Berkshire last week. The promenade given by the senior class in the new g.vmnasium was a success. Miss Eliz Coburn, who is leaching in Franklin, spent Sunday at ber home here. J. A. Bundy of Morrisville spent Sunday here. Mr. and Mrs. Bundy returned home on Monday. Will Tillotson's store was broken into last Wednesday niirht. Goods were taken to the amount of f 20. Mrs. Rollin Brown, who hns returned from Montreal where she bas had a cancer remov ed is doing as well as couid be expected. The Ladies' Aid of the Catholic society met wilh Mrs. P. Sloane last Thursday. That ol the Cong'l society met with Mrs. Sowlcs. Miss Susan Shattuchof Providence, R. I., has returned to her borne after a summer's stay at this place, it being her former home. Cards are out announcing the marriage of aims Jennie tingbam of this place to Mr. Churchill of Cambridge, Oct. 4, at her old borne on Brigham Hill. WESTFIELD. Miss Lillian Miller is borne from Barton for a short time. Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Lawrence of Montpelier are visiting at E. S. Miller's and E. H. Hitch cock s. Mrs. A. 8. Miller of Barton is visiting her husband's brother, E. S. Miller, and other rel atives iu town. The Cong'l church bas recently been newly papered which improves the interior erj much. Allbee and Newell of Troy did tbe work. Tbe ordination of Rev. J. H. Cone took place at the Cong'l church in this place Tues day last. Several clergymen, and others from away were present. Dr. McDonald of Sutton was called to per form a surtcit-al operation uoon Lvnn Clnrk Thursday last which did not relieve the pa- iieui anu nm condition is critical Our officers broke up quite a nest of horse tnieves in the west part of the town recently and found three bores w hich had beenstolen. Three men were arrested and there is one still at large. Those already taken are confined in Newport. i u iirawornige across ne lakeirom Allen s Point on the lire of the Rutland-Cunadian railroad is now completed and the draw has Deen opened lor tbe passage of boats. During the winter of 1897 Mr. James Reed. one of the leading citizens and merchants of Clay, Clay County, W. Va , struck hia leg against a cake of ice in such a m miner as to bruise it peverely. Ic became very much swolen and pained him eohadlythat he could not walk without the aid of crutches. He was tieated by physicians, also used several kinds of liniment ar.d two and a half gallons ofwhinkey in bathing it, but nothing gave any relief until be heu-un usinir Chamberlain's Pain Bulm. This brought nlmosta complete cure in a ween s time and he lielievesthat had he not used this remedy his lea would have had to be amputated. Pain Balm is unequal ed for sprains, bruises and rheumatism. For sale bv Hall & Cheney, Morrisville; G. B, Foes, Hyde Park; M. j. Leach, Wolcott; C, P. Jones, Johnson. Charles N. Williams, a farmer of North Mootpelier, was found dead in his barn Sat urday morning banging from tbe end of a rope attached to one of the cross beams. Early Friday evening Mr. Williams was in the stores at the village and appeared to be in bis nsual health and spirits. On going to bis borne he went to the barn joining bis boys and the hired man who were busking corn. About 10 in the evening he sent them to bed saying be would stay a little while longer. At breakfast time early Siturdoy morning inquiries were made as to the whereabout of Mr. Williams and after some little time his body was discovered as above. No cause for tbe rash act is known although he was of a nervous temperament. Mrs. Williams, who is in feeble health is very much overcome by the shock. Mr. Williams was senior warden of the Plainfield lodge of Masons. "It was almost a miracle. Burdock Blood Bitters cured me of a terrible breaking out, all over the body. I am very grateful." Mies Julia Filbridge, West Cornwell, Conn. Two men arrwted on the charge of break ing into Noyes & Badger's store at Sharon Wednesday night were brought to Wood stock Friday afternoon by Sheriff Spafford and Deputy Sheriff Jones and arraigned be fore Justice Slaver in the evening, the hearing being concluded at a late hour. Tbe names of tbe men are Thomas McCoy, aged 18, ar rested atRoyalton, and Felix Tongas, aged 25. They were arrested at White River Junc tion by Sheriff Spafford Thursday evening Tongas took the train at South Royalton paying his fare in nickles and suspicion natur ally aroused which led to bis capture. Mc Coy pleaded guilty to burglary and not guil ty to the charee of assaulting an officer He was held in $ 500 bonds on tbe first and $200 on the second charge for bis appearance at the December term of county court. Tongas pleaded Dot guilty to charge of burglary and was put under $500 bonds. State's Attor ney Sargent appeared for the State. On the 10th of December, 1897, Rev. 8 A. Donahoe, pasfor- M: E. church, South Pt. Pleasant, W. Va.. contracted a severe cold which was attended from the beginning by violent coughing. He says: "After resort ing to a number of so-called 'specifics,' usual ly kept in the house, to no purpose, 1 pur chased a bottle of Chamherlain's Cough Rem edy, which acted like a charm. I most cheer fully recommend it to the public" For sale bv Hall '& Cheney, Morrisville; G. B. Foss, Hyde Park; M. J. Leach, Wolcott; C. P. Jones, Johnson. St.J.&LC.R.R.Time Table. Summer arrangement in effect June 25, 1900 M'ville Mixed. 1 Ol W M Q, 2 r -i -3 -i r; os 9 HydePrk Mixed to m Express Mall. r c J5-; w j j w . o 3 71 H H M tft S W re c m i. SC OCOKii tgiU4-M- W 4- W 4 . MXOSfOtOlDVVOOOOi & a x ti to ;aoou'Z yi r Mail. Express. HydePrk Mixed M'ville Mixed. -c-3--j; BS D. J. J-LANDERS, Gen. Passenger Agt. Kstate of Alice C. Klwood. COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE. The undersigned, having been appointed by the Honorable Prohnte Court for the District ol Lamoille, Commissioners, to receive, examine, and adjust all claims and remands of ill persons anainst the estate of Alice 0. Klwood, late of Johnson, in said District, deceased, and all claims exhibited In offset thereto, hereby give notice that we will meet lor tne purposes arore snid at the dwellins house of the late Alice C. Elwood at Johnson village, Vt., on the 22d day of October, and 2."th dav of February next from 1 o'clock n. m. until 4 o'clock p. m., each of said davs, and that six mnn hs liom the 2-2d dav nf Sept., A. D. l'JOO. is the lime limited by said Court for said creditors to present their claims to us tor examination aim allowance. Dated at Johnson, this 1st day ol October, A D. 1909. D G. HOL.MRS, E. H. SHKKWIM, 50 Commissioners. WIFE NOTICE. This is to certify that my wife has left my bed and board and that I forbid all persons from harboring or trusting her on my acrount after this date. HARlilSON G1IEUG. Johnson. Vt.. Oct. 2. 19iX). W3 LOW RATES 3 MINUTES' CONVERSATION Approximately as follows: For a distance of Lpss than 5 miles 10 cents 5 to 15 miles " 15 " 15 to 25 " 20 " Rates for greater distance in pro- portiuu, TELEPHONE SERVICE AT YOUR RESIDENCE Is useful alayn. Helpful often. Necessary sometimes, aDd Cbeap all the year round. New England Telephone and Telegraph Company. RECOGNIZED STYLE has much to do with a man's advancement. We make the clothes which will take a man anywhere. The qual ity of Material, perfec tion of cut mid finish, and that dressiness which only well tail ored apparel has, are features upon wnicn we base a claim lor ycur patronage, Tho diHiilav ol Hiu ing and Rummer Suitings is In teresting. 0. L. WOODS, Morrisville. Lamoille Central Academy and Hyde Park Graded School. Fall Term begins TCESDAY, SEPT 4. .,.. i. nnarfltinn I'nr (!ot1eira In Classlca ami l-atln Courses. Practical course In h ijilishl Teachers' Course leans to two jcur. i mihio, Tuition 3.IM per term. For particular., or iKturil nml rooms, ntmlv to SL o S ff &gg3.I2pao-:ijE5 r w r B, U. 1NOAU.S, Principal. Hyde Park, Vt., Aug. 14, ll 0. Two Dollar Shoes FOE "WOMEN. FOXtXIEN. T Box Calf Button ViciKid Via Kid Dongola Angola Calf Box Calf , Late styles Gooi St7leS- ' Quality Unsurpassed. Good Wear. We make a specialty of our Two Dollar Shoes, and sell lots of them. We believe we have the best two-dollar shoe for men and for women in all this broad land. You will not hesitate to invest 82.00, after you have once examined the shoes, and heard what our many customers say about them. Come in and see about it. M. A. STONE & G0. S Shoe Store, MORRISVILLE, VT. P. S. Butter-makers, bring your cash for it, i Hall & Cheney. Our patrons will find us in the DARLING BLOCK, next door to Earle's store, on Port land street, with a New Stock of Drugs, Druggists' Sundries, Stationery and Confectionery We HAVE HOT moved anything from our old store, where the fire was, but are receiving new goods every day from market. We are prepared to supply you or to fill your prescriptions with PURE FRESH DRUGS. Give us a call. Our motto: M Reasonable prices and fair dealing." Pharmacists, MORISVILLE, A XcwXino of Up-to-Date. SWEATERS and WORKING COATS dpmiw nt prices that will suit. Samples of Clothing from the best Custom Tailor ing House in the country. Your measure taken and your suit guaranteed to lit. Gents' Xcckwear right from the manufacturers. A nice line of Ties ready for your inspection. NOYES G. WOOD, COKXER wSTOKi;, HYDE lVIKI, VT. " THIS G00h"WEATHER is a warning of Winter and we have purchased a good supply of LADIES' WINTER GARMENTS consisting: of the latest stvlea and the same are open for inspection. We invite the public to call and see for themselves. We have Capes and Jackets of every description. If you want any Brick, we have them. W. H. NYE & CO., Johnson, Yts your butter to our store and get Vermont.