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NWS AND CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20, 1901.
STOWE. Funeral of George C. Delano. The following account of the funer al of Geo. E. Delano, a former resi dent of Stowe, is taken from the Trenton, Mo., Republican of Feb. 22 : The remains of George E. Delano, who died near Eureka Springs, Ark., on Tuesday, arrived in Trenton, at 2:10 p. m. Thursday, accompanied by James Mason, at whose home Mr. Delano's death occurred. The remains were met at the train by friends and relatives of the deceased, from whence they were conveyed to the undertak ing rooms of Palmer Bros., where they remained until 8 o'clock this morning. Accompanied by Rev. Mr. Creighton, C. F. Palmer and others the body was taken to the Rural Dale church, seven miles East ol Tren ton, where at 10 o'clock the funeral cervices were held. The services were conducted by Rev. Creighton, pastor of the Presbyterian church, of which deceased had been a faithful member for several years. The interment took place at Rural Dale cemetery. Mr. Mason, at whose home Mr. Del ano died, lives about ten miles from Eureka Springs. He was formerly a resident of the Rural Dale neighbor hood, this county, and is an old friend of the deceased. He states that Mr. Delano was stricken by pneumonia and was ill but three days. Following is a brief sketch of the life of the deceased : George E., son of Philip and Ann Delano, was born in Stowe, Vermont February 3, 1825. His parents were also natives of the Green Mountain state. He grew up and received an education in his native place. In '54 iie migrated to California, where he was engaged in mining and the dairy business during his four years' stay. Returning to Vermont in 1858, he re mained there nine years, spent three years traveling in the Southern and Western states, and in 1870 locat ed in Grundy county, where he has since followed the pursuits of the larm. Mr. Geo. E. Delano and Mies Loui sa Macomber were married Septem ber 1, 1859. She was born in Grand Island, Vermont, April 13, 1830. By this marriage they have had four children. Caroline L. was born Sep tember 27, 1860; Philip P., born De cember 15, 1862, died May 29,1869; Benjamin U., born August 28, 1864, died March 28, 1869; and Annie E., born April 18, 1869. AT THE CHURCH. A large congregation of over two hundred people assembled at the Ru ral Dale church this morning at 10 o'clock to pay their last respects to the memory of the deceased. Mr. Delano had lived in this com munity for over thirty years. He was a most eiemplary man, a hard worker, a successful farmer, and a -consistent Christian. He was a kind neighbor and a faithful friend, fear less in the discharge of his duties, a humble minded, conscientious, God fearing man. Rev. J. W. Drinkard, of Laredo, read the XC Psalm. Rev. John Creighton preached a short but very effective sermon from the text " Be thou faithful until death, and I will give thee a crown of lif -." He said Mr. Delano was a splendid example of a man who lived according to this text. Mr. J. M. Robb, at the request of R9V. Creighton, passed a very brief eulygy on the splendid example and noble Christian character of his de parted friend. Mr. Delano had been at one time superintendent of the Rural Dale Sunday school. He was at the time of his death and had been for many years a Ruling Elder in the Hodge Presbyterian church in Trenton. At 12 o'clock the body was laid to rest by the side of his wife, who preceded him some two years. To his ouly daughter, Mrs. Bertha Van Horn, now of Canon City, Colorado, and her husband, Mr. J. C. Van Horn, the sympathy of the entire community is heartily extended. "They rest in peace and their works do follow them." Opportunity. In one of the old Greek cities there stood long ago a statue. Every trace of it has vanished now. But there is still an epigram which gives us an excellent description of it, and as we read the words we can surely discover the lesson which those wise old Greeks meant that thestatue should teach to every pansnrby. The epigram is in the form of conver sation between a traveler and the statue : What is thy name, O statue?" "I am called Opportunity." " Who made thee?" "Lysippus." "Why art thou on thy toes?" "To show that I stay put a mo ment." " Why hast thou wings on thy feet?" "To show how quickly 1 pass by." "But why is thy hair so long on thy forehead?" "That men may seize me, when they meet me." " Why, then, is thy head so bald be hind?" "To show that when I have once passed I cannot becaught."-CIiritain Press. To Cure Nervousness in One Week To Cure Constipation in One Week To Cure Indigestion in One Week To Purify the Blood in One Week Take Cleveland's Celery Compound Tea, 15c. If it fails to cure, we will cheerfully refund your money. (Trial size free. ) H. J. Dwluoll, Mnmnvill. JTom A Andrew Hvtlo Park. FOOD FOR THE SICK. now to Trrpnre and Scire It la a Tempting Way. As the riaIeut lx-gius to regain health and strength more solid food is given milk or cream toast, soft boiled or poached eggs, cereal mushes, stewed or pometlmcs fresh fruits or n well baked fotato. Great care must be taken, not to overtax the digestive organs, lte lapses are often caused by too much In dulgence of the patient's appetite at this stage. One must advance slowly and with great care. A broiled bird or a piece of rare beefsteak or a chop may be given when the patient Is In a suffi ciently advanced stage of recovery. Oysters are almost always allowed and are both palatable and easily digested if perfectly fresh and not too much cooked. When they are overcooked, the albumen becomes hardened, very tough and difficult to digest. Cook them only until the gills begin to .curl. Cream soups are valuable, as they are nourishing and easily digested, but they should not be boiled too long. A great deal of attention should be paid to the serving of food for a sick person. The faint appetite of illness can best be coaxed by the daintiness of the food. Serve the food on a tray with a fresh, white cover and be careful not to put so much on the tray as to crowd it. Better to serve too little and let the patient ask for more than to put so much on at one time that the sick one is immediately discouraged. A flower or a little sprig of green laid upon the white tray cloth Is often an incentive to the indifferent appetite, but do not attempt a vase of flowers unless It be a very small and dainty one. Have the tray set with the prettiest china and glass obtainable, without too much col or, so as to weary the eye. If the china is all of a single pale tint, the effect will be very dainty and pleasing to the eye of. the patient. It must also be small enough to accommodate the size of the tray. Never let the tray or re mains of food served stand in the sick room after the patient has been fed. Let all hot foods be served Imme diately after they are prepared, and it seems superfluous to mention that all hot dishes must be hot and all cold dishes equally cold. However, this is not always done. Sometimes both the cold and hot dishes are allowed to stand until they reach the same tem perature. There are a great many simple, dain ty desserts which may be served to the Invalids, especially those made with eggs and gelatin. Ice cream Is often given and Is very nutritious and can be digested by some very ill patients, and it is almost always relished. To Cure a Cough in One Day To Cure a Cold in One Day To Cure Sore Throat in One Day To Cure Hoarseness in One Day Take Cleveland's Lung Healer, 25c. If it fails to cure, we the undersigned will cheer fully refund your money. Trial size free. II J, Dwiuoll, Morrlsville. Fobs & Andrews, Hyde Park. It is a Bin for us to yield to doubt amid the mysteries of life, or to dis couragement amid its difficulties, or to anxiety amid its perils if God is really oer all and if He is a God of love. Beara the The Kind You Have Always Bougrt The farmers of New England have become so prosperous in the last few years, it is said, that they actually buy their growing boys clothing that fits when it is new. Detroit Journal. To Cure a Cold in One Day. Take Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signature is on each box. 25c. It h easy to recover from another man's adversity. Ram's Horn. Stop the Cough and Work Off the Cold. " Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets cure a cold in one day. No Cure, No Pay. Price 25 cents. Friendshio is a welcome ship in any port. Chicago Daily News. Paint Your Buggy For 75 Cents. With Devoe's Gloss Carriage Paint, ready for use; 10 colors. Gives a high gloss equal to new Sola by Geo. W. Doty. For Sale at Sawmill with 500,000 feet of Logs, Two Dwellings and 125 acres Land, the Entire Real Estate for $2000, Logs at a Low Price. The Earl Guyer mill, situated in Wolcott, Vt., is offered for sale on liberal terms of payment. Mill is well equipped with saw rig, planer, matcher, butting saws, edger, etc., etc., complete for me raanuiatiure 01 nrsi-ciass lumDer. Together with same is offered by Hon. Earl Guyer during his lifetime, together with a tenement house. Both houses have barns attached. Both houses have running water. There is also offered with same one hundred and twenty-five acres of land, and if the purchaser desires, will sell with the mill between Four and five hundred which have been well bought now at or near mm reaay to De Between $300 and $400 buildings during the pastyear ai mis nine, iuurcss iur particulars, U. J. MUDGETT, Wolcott, Vt. The maple sugar season will soon be here and the sugar camp will be the popular resort. OASTOniA. Bokri the J lh8 Kind You Haw Always Bought We are all ready for easy work, for popular work, for compensating work, but we all greatly need more courage to brave the satanic assault when there is something aggressive and bold and dangerous to be under taken for God and righteousness Strikes a Rich Find. "I was troubled for several years with chronic indigestion and nervous debility," writes F. J. Green, of Lan caster, N. H. "No remedy helped me until I began using Electric Bit ters, whieh did me more good than all the medicines I ever used. They have also kept my wife in excellent health for years. She says Electric Bitters are just splendid for female troubles; that they are a grand tonic and invigorator for weak, run down women. No other medicine can take its place in our family." Try them. Only 50c. Satisfaction guar anteed by H. J. Dwinell, druggist. A Carriage Company's Offer. Tb evetem of selling carriages adopted by the Columbus Carriage and Harness Co., whereby the jobber's and retailer's profit are given to the buyer has proven immensely successful. The remarkably low prices at which they can afford to sell direct from the factory, buggies, phietons, surreys, wagons and harness are attracting wide-spread atten tion, and carriages of all kinds are being shipped by them into every section of the country. Id addition to the extensive business in car riages, the Columbus Carriage and Harness Co. manufacture a fine line of harness. They also deal extensively in robes and other horse accessories. The practical horse owner who is on the watch for opportunities to save money, should send for the illustrated descriptive cat alogue. It shows the high grade of carriages this company builds, the large number of styles to select from and explains the broad uuage guarantee whereby the purchaser re ceives his money back and the company pays the freight both ways if he is not satisfied. This book is sent free on request. The ad dress is l oiumbus Carriage and Harness Lo., Box 772, Columbus, Ohio." Row Ready With a full line of Spring and Summer samples from one of the best h uses in New York City. Having lately graduated lrora the Mitcbell School 01 garment cutting, i can guarantee a At, witn periect style, in all men's garments DO YOU WANT A FULL DRESS SUIT? A PRINCE ALBERT COAT? A TUXEDO COAT? A BUSINESS SUIT? Anyihing in Fancy Vestlngs? A Spring Over, coat, the Surtout, Fu 1 Box or Half Box? Trousers, Fasliionable.Tialif.i't K-ton.inrins- bo'tonas? The real thing in Bicycle and Golf Buiiingsc ii so, see my g oos beiore Dtiying eisewnere. jverytmng up to uaie. woric. manship the best- REPAIRING NEATLY & PROMPTLY DOSE, PRICES RIGHT. C. E. PALMER, Tailor. woodjhiry block j Q mSVl 1 1 6, Vt i FLOWERS Buy your Cut Flowers and Floral Designs of C. F. GIBBS. THE FLORIST. St. Johnsbury, Vt. For immediate attention order by telegraph, telephone or spe cial delivery. WELL . . . PRINTED CARDS, POSTERS, CIRCULARS, ENVELOPES, BILL HEADS, LETTER HEADS Xcws .and Citizen Oflicc. a Bargain the residence formerly occuniprf thousand feet of logs, and will be sold low. Thev are cut up this spring. were laid out upon the mill and and all are in fairly good condition HOW TO ACT AT A HOTEL. Best Plan of RrKl.terlnsr and Get ting Wants Attended To. A mau accompanied by Lis wife 6hould not drag lier Into the crowd that Langs around the otlice, as two thirds of them do. lie should first take her to the parlors, leave her there and go to the oltiee alone. When he has registered and been assigned a room, he should go and get her. When the boy has shown them the room, the guest should not hesitate to say so if he does not like it There are doubtless others empty, and It Is the clerk's place to try to please. Another great blunder Is not to ask the price of the room before looking at It Many a man feels reluctant to do this, but it Is purely business. If the price does not suit, he can kick, but there Is no use complaining after the bill is sent In and saying that he has been overcharged, that ho has been there before and always had a lower rate and all the many things that a man is apt to think about when he is ready to leave. When a woman Is alone, she should not go to the office. All that Is neces sary Is to take a seat in the parlor and send her card to the clerk, stating whether she wants a bathroom or not and exactly the kind of accommoda tions she wants. She should frankly say if she wishes a quiet, room, a small room, an inex pensive room or any preference she may have. Despite all the printed warnings- on hotel walls it Is almost Impossible to get women to send their valuables to the office safe. Why? It is a mystery. But the owners prefer, as a rule, to take the chances. Then, If a loss oc curs, they blame not their own care lessness, but the hotel management. Another thing: Trunks should be kept locked. Every hotel tries to get honest help. No hotel can guarantee that all its employees are or always will be proof against temptation. Ev ery hotel asks its patrons not to tempt them. How to Make Cocoa Cordial. One-half teaspoouful of Dutch cocoa, some boiling water, two blocks of loaf sugar and two tablespooufuls of port wine. Put the cocoa and sugar Into a china cup and pour directly upon them some boiling water and add the wine, making In all the usual amount called a cupful. Serve at once. This Is an excellent drink for those who are chilled or exhausted or to take after a bath. How to Make Squirrel Pie. Six squirrels, a quarter of a pound of salt pork and a pint of oysters. Cut the squirrel Into meat joints and put Into a stewpan with water enough to cover them. Add the pork, cut Into slices, and half a medium sized onion. Cover close and simmer until tender. When done, take up the pieces of squirrel, strain the gravy and set both away to got cold. Line the sides of a deep pie dish with a good paste, put a little gravy in the bottom of the dish, then a layer of squirrel and a few oysters and some of the oyster liquor. Sprinkle with flour, season with salt, pepper and a little mace and cover with bits of butter. Repeat until the dish is full. Cover with paste, cut a hole In the center and hake half an hour. How to Decorate the Table. A charming dinner table arrange ment Is of La France rosea and maid enhair ferns, with striped grass. A wavy line Is formed down the middle of the table of the ferns and grass, and the roses are deftly Intermingled In the curves. Another pretty scheme is of holly berries and leaves, with as paragus fern. In the first case the candle shades are pink, In the second red. How to Care For the Eyes. When the eyes ache, relieve them by closing the lids for five or ten min utes. When stinging and red through crying, they should be bathed In rose water or wet a handkerchief with rose water and lay It over them for a few minutes. If they are bloodshot, you need more sleep or have been sitting In a draft. If they have a burning sensation, bathe them with hot water to which a dash of witch hazel has been added. If the whites of the eyes are yellow and the pupils dull, strict attention should be paid to diet How to Cook Hashed Clams. Melt pat of butter In chafing dish; then put in three dozen Little Neck clams, hashed fine, and their Juice. Add a teaspoonful of chopped chives and two of parsley. Cook over open fire until It bolls up twice, cover on; thicken with bread crumbs, add two tablespooufuls of sherry, season to taste and serve on buttued toast. How to Make Peppermint Cordial. Peppermint cordial may be made at any time of the year, for the chemist always keeps the necessary prepara tion of peppermint Put GO drops of essential oil of peppermint on to three or four lumps of sugar, pound It in a stone mortar, with a tablespoonfui of brandy, till all Is thoroughly mixed. Add this to one quart of proof spirits of wine and the samo quantity of white sugar sirup. Color the cordial with beet root, and you will have a delicious sirup. How to Clean Lamps. Soak lamp wicks in vinegar before using them In a lamp. Wash smoke stained chimneys In warm water and soap and rub while wet with vinegar or dry salt They can also be cleaned, as may bo globes on gas fixtures, In warm water aud soda and then In warm wa ter and ammonia. How to Serve Oranites. Cut seedless orange In halves, tako out the little piece of white In the cen ter with a very nharp pointed knife and fill the cavity with sugar. 11 tl I a' I I I H I KJ II A. I III l mm mm -mr mm ' " 1 " " " ; ",'r JcgelablcPrcparationfor As similating theroodandRegula ting the S tomaxhs antiDowels of Promotes Digestion,Ckcrful ness andRcst.Contains neither Opium.Morphine nor Mineral. Not Narcotic. Jkope ofOldHrSAMVELPIKHEB PumJoa Set J' dlx.Stnna Seal JYppt-munt -ihCtuionaltStda. flamSetd -Clnrifud Sugar . VM&yrten f lavor. A perfect Remedy for Constipa tion, Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea, Worms .Convulsions Jevcrish aess and Loss OF SLEEP. Tac Simile Signature ot NEW "YORK. EXACT COPY OF WRAPPEH. NOT OUR t If you don't get ready for sugaring in time to catch the "first run." We are ready to supply you with everything used in the sugar place, from BUCKET NAILS to EVAPORATORS, at prices to suit the most economical buyer. We have HARDWARE ot every description, and want to sell it DROP IN GILE & CHURCHILL, MORRISVILLE, VERMONT. Every Day We e are itrictly in w A larger and better line of Hats for Spring wear than we have ever shown is now waiting your inspection. STIFF HATS in the newest shapes. Tourist Hats in the latest styles, all colors and prices. Look them over ; perhaps you will find one that will suit your taste and fit your head. WORKING SHIRTS A new line and a very large stock. We have a few soft front Shirts with attached collars that were 50c, we shall sell them while they last for 25c. A Hew Line of Dress Suit Gases and Bags 0. M. WATERMAN. Store in The Randall, MORRISVILLE, Vermont. ONE OF MY LEADING PATTERNS The Olympia. Stock pattern. Always readily matched. GEO. W. DOTY, 20 Main St., - MORRISVILLE, VT. THIS IS THE TIME When you need RUBBERS. This is the place where you can buy them. We have as good a Duck Boot as there is made, for $3.25. Common Short Boats in several makes, heavy and light, $2.75. Boys' Boots, $2.00. Misses', $1.25. Children's, $1.00. Rubber Overs for men, women and child ren. Come here and get your rubbers and keey your feet dry. H. P. MUNSON, MORRISVILLE. VT. (Ul ri t i ti n ii For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of In Use For Over Thirty Years HP Ilia THE CENTAUR COMPANY, NEW VONK CfTV. FAULT Save You Money. it ! in crochery BEAR IH MIND I carry everything in the Furniture and Car pet line. Wall Paper and Paint and a man to put it on. Largest stock in town. MM Bill Av