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NEWS AND CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1900.
LOCAL NEWS. MORRISVILLE. F. J. Smalley has purchased the Calvin Davis farm, and will run it from a diftance, he being too com fortably located in his village home to think of moving from it. Two catch basins one near D. N. Hutchins' store andtheotherin tront of the granite shed's office have been set on Portland street. This com pletes street improvement work for this season. Many remember what a struegle it was to get business men to close up their stores two nichts in the week. The business men of Bradford, who have been closing two nights eacn week, have recentlv added the third closing night, selecting Tuesday, Thursday and Friday eveniDgs. . Former Morrlwvllle Boy Weds. A good many Morrisville people are well acquainted with Dr. Howard h Sareent. who before becoming a phy sician was a clerk of in Hall & Che nev's Dharmaev. The followinu is clipped lrom the Eeex County Her aid, and the groom's large circle of friends in Lamoille county will heart ily second the kindly greeting therein contained: "There was a pretty home wedding at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. George Mackey in Island Pond, Tuesday evening when in the presence of the relatives of the con tracting parties and a few intimate friends, Miss Maude Evelyn L. Skill ens was married to Dr. Howard E. Sargent, Rev. E. P. Lee officiated. The bride was beeominely attired in white silk. Her cousin. Miss Iva Skil lens of Richmond, Que., was brides maid, and the doctor's brother, Wal ter Sargent of Morrisville, grooms man. Following the ceremony re freshments were served, after which doctor and his bride started for Bar ton and from thence will take a car riage drive to Montpelier, Morrisville and othpr points, and will be "at home" Nov. 20. Both bride and groom are very popular, ample evi dence of this being seen in the large number of elegant presents bestowed. The Herald most heartily joins in the general congratulations and good wishes extended." Spread Like Wildfire. When things are "the best" they become "the best selling." Abraham Hare, a leading druggist of Bellville, O., writes: "Electric Bitters are the best selling bitters I have bandied in 20 years. You know why ? Most dis eases begin in disorders of stomach, liver, kidneys, bowels, blood and nerves. Electric Bitters tones up the stomach, regulates liver, kidneys and bowels, purities the blood, strength ens the nerves, hence cures multitudes' of maladies. It builds up the entire system. Puts new life and vigor into any weak, sickly, rundown man or woman. Price 50 cents. Sold by H. J. Dwinell, Drugeist. Who Knows About These Men? Information is wanted for the forth coming general catalogue of the Uni versity of Vermont regarding the fol lowing from Burlington, non-graduate students in former years: Wm. B.Ferris, 1812; George H. Tuttle, 1829; Albert Von M. Powell, 1835, (son of Dr. Truman Powell); Free man Washington Hinman, 1837; L. Perry, 1839; Joseph Emerson Cha pin, 1840; George William Starr, 1841; Henry Asahel Langworthv, 1843; John William Brigers, 1847; George W. Campbell, 1873: Fred Wood, 1879; Albert Allen Miller, 1884; t rank Prosper Davison, 189 Any person who can direct to sources of information regarding any of them is asked to communicate with S. L. Bates, 31 Loomis street, Burlington. Millions Given Away. It is certainly gratifying to the public to know of one concern which is not afraid to be generous. The proprietors of Dr. King's New Discov ery for Consumption, Coughs, and Colds, have given away over ten mill ion trial bottles and have the satis faction of knowing it has cured thou sands of hopeless cases. Asthma, Bronchitis, La Grippe and all Throat, Chest and Lung diseases are surely cured, by it. Call on H.J. Dwinell, Druggist, and get a free trial bottle. Reguldr size 50c and $1.00. Every bottle guaranteed. Some Apples Worth 7 A Barrel. Apples at $7 a barrel when first- class ones this season can be purchas ed for $ 1 is something of a mystery. The fact is that a barrel of choice. handpicked, gilt edged, apples of the Spitzenburg variety is selling for $7 in the New York and Boston markets and at wholesale rates in Vermont for $5. The Spitzenburg is a rare ap ple, as it is exceedingly hard to culti vate. The tree, while more or less hardy, bears very irregularly and can not be depended upon to yield much. The apple is a deep red color covered with white spots which gives it added beauty. In shape it is rather longer than wide. In flavor few apples can compare with it and it is this com bined with its handsome color and its scarcity that makes it higher for the market. Great Luck of an Editor. "For two years all efforts to cure Eczema in the palms of mv hands failed," writes Editor H. N. Lester of Syracuse, Kansas, "then I was whol ly cured by Bucklen's Arnica Salve." It's the world's best for Eruptions, Sores and all skin diseases. Only 25c at H. J. Dwinell's. It is not clever tt be always wise. Jell-O, The New Dessert, pleases ah the fam ily . Von r fl avors : Lem on, Uranus, Itaspberry and Strawberry. At your grocers. 10 cts. Try it to-day. 44 A Burnt Quid Dreads the Fire:9 You have been ill. Oh, the weary, dreary days of illness and that depressing tired feeling. Nauseous med icines taken copiously. You dread to think of it. Be tvise after this. Half teaspoonful doses of Hood' s SarsaparUta. wilt keep your blood pure, bright, clean and 'wholesome, and half the battle with disease is won. It puts the dreaded enemy to rout as nothing else can. After the Grip "After the grip 1 was 'weak, suffered from catarrh and was run down. In a. 'week after 1 began taking Hood's Sarsaparilla I felt stronger. It relieved the catarrh and gave me an appetite." John Roberts, Joma, Mich. iiMii . thi i. miita It vat 1 lis i tha non-lrritatinfl: and 'only cathartic to take with Hood'i Saraftparllla. Chances For Vermont Farmers. While the farmers of Vermont are looking about for a market for their products and wondering how they can increase the revenue rereivpd from their land, the people of the State as a whole are continuing to import canned goods of every description, a large proportion of which our own farms ought o supply. The same thing is true ol other products. Go into any grocery store and you will see rows of canned goods of every de ecriDtion, fruit and corn and vegeta bles, but the chp.nces are that vou will not tee the name of a single Ver mont canning factory represented in the entire list. A few canning factories have been started in Vermont, but the business is not a hundredth part what it should be simply because our people have not yet undertaken in the risrht manner to get at the project. Here in Vermont there are thousands ol dollars of capital begging for invest ment and there are thousands of farmers that would likea better mar ket for their products of orchard and garden and field and there is an enor mous and an increasing demand for all kinds of canned goods. These three factors are all at hand and the only thing that is needed is for some enterprise or combination of men in a favorable locality to con nect the three and start a successful enterprise that will be a marked ben efit to all concerned. Steps in this direction have been taken in St. Al bans, Northfield and Brattleboro as well as at one or two other points, and the results realized in each in stance where an industry has become fully established are gratifying in most particulars. But singularly enough our farmers are not ready to take advantage of their 6pportunities in all instances, even where a market is provided at their very door. For example we read in a current item that the Brat tleboro Jelly Company expects to convert into boiled cider, j"lly and vin egar more than six hundred tons of apples this season, and that the com pany has already salted 1500 barrels of cucumbers and 800 barrels of caul iflower. That parltof the statement to which we desire to call particular signifi cance at this time is that the jelly company has bought its cucumbers largely in the West, four carloads of cucumbers being on the way now while a great quantity is expected later in the season. Here is a mar ket for all the cucumbers that the farmers in that vicinity care to raise, and yet the company is obliged to send to the West for cucumbers to pickle in Vermont. The time will come when evpry county in Vermont will have flourish ing canning factories and nick ling in dustries within their boundaries and when the farmers for miles around will be receiving dollars for theiracres where they are now receiving dimes. This has been accomplished elsewhere and it will yet be true of Vermont. Why not make an effort in our large towns or at fa vorable points to insti tute enterprises of this Bort this sea son? Organization can be effected during the winter in preparation for active operations next season, and thus prepare the way for what is cer tain to be one of Vermont's flourish- ng industries. liurlinston Free Press. Chess Players Form Association. II. N. Pillsburv. the famous phens player, was at the Y. M. C. A. build ing, Burlington, Wednesday evening of last week, and gave an exhibition of his wonderful powers. He played 12 opponents, while blindfolded, and won irom eacn. mscoming made an occasion for chess players from differ ent parts of the State to cather nnd the game was given an impetus by tue iormation ol a State organiza tion. It will be called the Vermont Chess Association and tournaments will be arranged. Offip.er for tha tn suing year were elected as follows : President II. F. Wolcott, of ter; Vice-Presidents, J. II. Minims of ec AiDans.ti.u. Jluntoi New Haven Secretary, A. Gingras of Burlington Treasurer, II. Ketchumof Vergennes CASTOR I A For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature A GOOD RULE. Ir you are tempted to reveal A tl. Bi.rcio one to you has told About another, Make it pans. Before you speak, three ttatea of sold. Three narrow (rated flint, "is it true? Then, 'Is it needful?" In your mind Gitb truthful answer, and the nejt Is last and narrowegt "la it kind?" And if to reach your lips at last It pauses through tbeee natewaya three, Then you may tell the tale, nor fear What the result of speech may be. HOUSEHOLD RECIPES. Cheese Stickg Cheese sticks to serve with a salad or with a meat jelly may be made quickly from bread. Trim off the crusts and cut into finger length pieces an inch and a half thick. Toast over the tire and sprinkle with Permeean cheese. Cucumber Saucf When grated cu cumber is served with tried fish as a sauce, the cucumbprs are pared, grat ed and drained. To the pulp of four cucumbers add a h- If teaspoonful or a teaspoonful of onion juice, a table- spoonful of olive oil, and a dash of cayenne pepper. Lyonnaise Carrots Chop one on ion very fine and fry in one table spoonful of butter, add two cupfuls of carrots cut into diee and pepper and suit to taste. Fry a golden brown, stirring occasionally, add one teaspoonful ol finely chopped parsley, mix well and serve. Date Pie Wash a pound of dates and cover with water in an earthen dish, let stand in a warm place until the stones will come out easily. Add the beaten yolks of four eggs, cinna mon, ginger, eugir and salt same as for squash pies. Milk enough for two pies. Bake with one crust. Use the whites of the egs for frosting. Potato Dressing One c.ipt'ul of mashed potatoes, one egg, a salt spoonful of powdered sage, the same amount of salt and half as m uch pep per. Add one tableepoonful of flour. Pack in a shallow tin and bake in a quick oven. Place slices arouud the platter of fish. Or the potatoes may be fried in small long rolls and used in the same manner. Chicken a li Terrapin Boil achick- ed until tender and while warm, pick the meat from the bones, cut it into dice and put it into a stewpan with one-half cupful of boiling water. To one quarter of a pound of butler add one teaspoonful of flour and the yolk of one egg, stir until perfectly smooth and then add gradually to the chick en, stirring constantly, season with pepper and salt, simmer ten minutes, add one tableepoonful of vinegar and serve. Letter to E. G, Wilson. Morrisville, Tt. Dear Sir: We want an agent in your town for the foremost paint in the world : Devoe lead and zinc. We bespeak a few words to say how much more this means than simply the sek of eood paint. Our agent has to administer this agreement with every customer. "If you have any fault to find with this paint, either now in putting it on, or hereafter in the wear, tell your dealer about it. "We authorize him to do what is right at our expense." We become, you see, the partner of every man that uses our paint; and the partnership lasts as long as be chooses to continue it. Suppose 100 jobs of painting are done with Devoe lead and zinc this year; and some of them dont turn out satisfactory two or three years from now., Our agent has got to do "what is right at our expense." Of course this means that we know that our paint is going to turn out all right. We have been in business, we and our tatners in business, 14a years; have made a great deal of paint; and have dealt with thousands and thou sands of people. Are not in the least afraid to "do what is right when a job goes wrong. And, in this age of adulteration, we say "Senditto yourStatechemist. If he finds it adulterated, we will pay his bill and send you $100." There is such a thing as honest bus iness yet in the world. lours truly, 3 F. W. Devoe, & Co. Our Adopted Islands, The Cuban Secretary of Finance de scribes the municipal government of the island as extravagant, and urges better business management. The Philippine commission has ap propriated $475,000, gold, for Oeto- oer expenses oi tne insuiar uovern- mont. Testimony of the natives taken by the Philippine Commission showed continued hostility to the restoration of the friars to their parishes. Thirteen United States soldiers are missing in Luzon, Philippine Islands, and are believed to have been captur ed by insurgents. The insurgents surprised a party of Ameiican scouts at Takloban, Leyte Island, P. I., killing three and muti lating their bodies. The United States Supreme Court advanced the cases involving the ex tension of the Constitution to Porto Rico and the Philippines to the sec ond week in November. That Throbbing Headache. Would quickly leave you, if you used Dr. King's New Life Pills. Thou sands of sufferers have proved their matchless merit for Sick and Nervous Headaches. They make pure blood and build up your health. Only 25 cents and money back if not cured Sold by H. J. Dwinell, Druggist. When in doubt, advertise. OABTOI1IA. Bwi ths t Ito Kind Vou Have Always Bought CatchlntOn. "What Gov. Northen of Georgia says about the value of twhniCHl -d-ucation to young uieu reminds me of a curious little story," remarked a f-teaniMhip Hger.t of this city. "lean tell it without injuring anybody at present, us th ehii-fact oris now coni- fortnbly located in the Noith. ' Uh wasa young Louisiuniau call bim John Smith for the purpose of the varn who drifted down to one of the Latin-American countries sevt ral years ago, looking for a chauce to 'catch on.' Nothing presented itself, and he was getting desperate, when the authoritieof a certain good-sized town decided to install an electric light plant and also tosee whatcould be done toward ut l zine1 an adjacent water power. They wait dtoseudan xpert to this country to get the ne cessary machinery, but bud nobody in sight competent to undertake the task, and young Smith promptly jumped into the breach and introduc ed himself as a high-class electrical engineer. As a matter of fact he did n't know an electric current from a brandied cherry, but he bad to have a job, and, to make a long story short, he was engaged on the spot. "Now comes the remarkable part of it. He sailed North on the next steamer and as soon as he arrived at New York he immediately entered a technical school for a course in elec trical engineering. Then he also en tered a night school for the same line of instruction, thus doing double work. Luckily he had the constitu tion of a horse, so he stood the strain without breaking down, and in a month's timehehadasufticient work ing knowledge of the profession to en able him to a i tend to his errand in telligently. He made an excellent deal and on his return brought back a small librarv for the continuance of his studies. He is regarded at "pres ent as oue of the rising voung engin eers of the day. New Orleans Times- Democrat A Girl's Hair. The care of a girl's hair during her childhood has much to do with its later beauty. In one of the current novels written by an Englishwoman the beautiful hair of the heroine was referred to as never having been coarsened or deadened by scissors or heat. The old idea that if a girl s head is kept shingled until the age of ten or twelve her hair will be the bet ter lor it is not now entertained. With the exception of an occasional clipping or singeiDgof the ends where a tendency to split is noticeable, the growth of the hair should not be in terfered with. ' It is unwise to entrust the daily combing of a little girl's hair entirely to the nurse, certainly not without overlooking. Hasty combing by an impatient or hurried caretaker injures the hair by break ing it. It should be carefully brushed ggjjut,jhe nair separated into strands nTTt sCows a tendency to mat. If the comb, at the end of the operation, has gathered a considerable amount of knots and snarls and long hairs, the method has not been proper. It is possible to brush out a tangle of locks and scarcely lose a hair, but it takes care and patience. It is also unwise to wash the hair too often, as it jnakes it dry and brittle. Profuse perspiration is bad for the hair, for which reason light and well ventilat ed hats should be selected for little girls' wear during summer weather. While luxuriant hair or the reverse is largly a matter of heredity and phy sical temperament, itis also true that the proper care of hair will do much to enhance a naturally good growth or improve a poor one. Aew lork Evening Post. Gophen, III, Onesee Pure Food Co., Le Roy, N. Y. : Uearnirs: some days since a package of your UKAIN-U preparation was left at my otltcp. 1 took it borne and gave it a trial, and I have to say I was very much pleased with it. as a Bubstitutg for coflee. We have always used the best Java and Mocha in our family, but lam free to say HiketbeUttAlN-U as well as the best coffee 1 ever drank. Respectfully yours, A. C. Jackson, M. D. TO CURE A COLS I1T ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets. All druggets refund the money if it fails to cure. h. W. Grove signature is on each box. Hoc. Everybody Knows J About IWuvKitteY Household J Medicine v ; A Safe and Sure Cure for 4 Cramps Cough Bruises Diarrhoea Colds Burns Sprains and Strains. m Gives instant relief. Two il.ei, 29c. and IW)c. J Only one Pain Killer, Perry Davis. VVH PARIS EXPOSITION OK 1000. Gold Medal Award for Superiority waa made to the WW A0 -jcsusincs or Shorthand &TLG?APHr. trntllkfl others, but better. If vou wish to we cure the best ailvnutnpns be sure to attend this Biinurlor Institution. rir natnliifriin allwfs, (JAHNKl.l. A Hoi r, Albany, N. V, Bean the The Kind You Have Always Bougl Nothing dries sooner t.ban a tear. Bean the 'he Hae Always Bought 8nr WORTH $50 A BOTTLE : To Thlm Man.i It may be worth a like snm or even more to yon. 5 HnMl, KarnM Co., H. D., March 19, lfjftg. DesT Sin: I have used your Kendall's Spavin Cure and I think tt a good Liniment. 1 hav cured a huavln on my bet mare, and I would not take (126 (or her, which 1 offered ftr75 j before. I will be pleased to have your book and receipt for this inclosed stamp, as 1 read on the cartoon. . . Truly yoorm. I RANK SMITH. 2 It is an absolutely reliable remedy for Ppavlns, S fipllnts.C'urlrs, ILInfrMne,etr. Removes the bunch and leaves no sear. Prlcet 1; tli for . As a liniment for family use It bus no equal. Ai-k your droeiflht 5 for kKMUUS SPAVIN (I KK, also "A Treatlseonlhe S Home' the book free, or adtlresn DR. B. J. KENDALL CO., EN OS BURG FALLS, VT. J NothirS New I SIMPLY THE OLD STORY, AT THE OLD STORE. SeaS0B.abl9 Goods just what everybody has to have for the cold win tersure to come Underwear, Footwear, Handwear, Fur Robes, Fur Coats, Good Blankets for the horse, etc., etc. Come in. H. P. MUNSON, MORRISVILLE. VT. SATISFIED We fit your mind as well as your body. Money refunded for the asking. We alter your clothes the same as your tailor. We hold ourselves responsible that a good fitting suit is given you. If you have a complaint let us hear from you. We have the most complete line of FALL AND WINTER TAILOR-MADE CLOTHING to be found outside the cities, and &hile there is no question about its being higher, our prices remain the same. Don't buy until you have inspected our line. We carry clothing for the boys and children, also in two and three piece suits with double and single breast vests. Don't fail to see us before you buy ! If we can't please you no one can. 0. M. WATERMAN. Store in The Randall, MORRISVILLE, Vermont. HAIL Why Be Round Shouldered ! When by coming to us you can be fitted in a COMFORT ABLE BRACE ? Mothers of school children should heed this. Call and see them no trouble to show goods. We are Headquarters for Maga zines, Fashion Books, and Periodicals of all kinds. JQGive us your subscriptions for any kind of Magazine or Paper. We can save you money Ladies, please call for one of those Fashion Sheets, which we arc giving away. HALL k CHENEY, PHARMACISTS, Woodbury Block, Portland Street, Morrisville, Vermont. Prompt Serviee, Reasonable Prices, Fair Dealing RECuuiiiZED STYLE has much to do with a man'a advancement. We make the clothes which will take a man anywhere. The qual ity ol' Material, perfec tion of cut and tinisti, and that dreiteiness which only well tail ored apparel has, are features upon which we base a claim for your patronage. The display of Spri"$ and Summer Suitings is in teresting. 0. L. WOODS, Morrisville. We Want 300 Men In each town in Vermont to us Morrison's English Liniment. This liniment will not raise the dead nor make the blind see, but it will soften and grow a horse's foot quicker and better than any other remedy ever placed before the public. It is an actual cure for all diseases of the feet and is equally as good for sore back and shoulders, sprains, contracted cords, cuts, swellings and wounds of all kinds. Sold by all dealers, price 50 cents and 81.00. Your money back if not satisfied. The James W. Foster Co., BATH, N. H. (ILL A TRIAL OF SKILL is a pleasure. We delight to over come the difficulties attendant on a complicated job of and turn it over to our customer knowing that it cannot fail to meet with approval. Estimates furnished for putting in Plumbing, Heating, etc. These will be low. We do the small jobs at prices that will please. GILE & CHURCHILL, MORRISVILLE, Vermont. AROUND