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NKWS AND CIT1ZKN, WEDNrSD Y, APRIL 10, iqoi. Yt it lkKa Pparlv-marie Snitel We PERFECT FIT in every instance. We pass the very low grades and ours com mence where we can honestly recommend them at JjjtS.Tf "to 155. As this is our second year with Clothing, we have no out of style Suits to show you. Jteoiest Novelties A few new novelties just received from a leading New York , Neckwear house. You should have one. HOSIERY ... .7 The Three for a Quarter, the Two for a Quarter, the One for a Quarter, the One for Two Quarters. The kinds for heavy wear and the finer grades in plain and fancy. SHOES One Dollar to Five Dollars per Pair. The kind that fit and wear. A line too large to describe. We have the Novelties the others do not have. See our $2.25 Shoe for ftl.TG for heavy wear. Self-acting Rubbers 60 cents. WHAT'S IN A NAME? (Benson's Plaster Is Pain's Master.) In the days of 'wild cat' money in the "West, the Ames shovels were used as cur rency. They were as stable as gold ; their price did not vary a cent in twenty years. The very name of Oliver Ames & Son, was a synonym for honesty. It was current all over the world. On the same principle Benson's Porous Plaster is the universal standard external I remedy. 1 o say it is a ' 'good' plaster does not describe it ; it i the best possible planter. For every disease in which an external rem dy is available, Benson's Plaster is used almost as a matter of course. Benson's Plaster quickly relieves and cures where other modes of treatment are either exasperatingly slow or have n ) good ffecVwhatever. Coughs, colds, lumbago, kidney trouble, rheumatism, lame back, to., are at once benefited and soon cured. Capsicum, Strengthening and Belladonna plasters have none of the curative virtues of Benson's. More than 5,000 physicians 'and druggists have commended Benson's Plaster as a remedy in which the public may have Implicit oonfldenoe; while, in a comparative test with other plasters, Ben son's has received fifty-five highest awards. Beware of substitutes and cheap imitations. For sale by all druggists or we will pre pay postage on any number ordered in the United States on receipt ot 25o. each. Seabury &, Johnson, Mfg. Chemists, N.Y. Money at 5 Per Genl. THE LAMOILLE COUNTY SAVINGS BANK And Trust Company Will loan money on gilt edge real es tate security, in sums not exceeding 50 per cent, of assessed valuation, at five per cent. If wanting to borrow, call on or address C. A. KNIGHT, Treasurer, HYDE PARK, VERMONT. A Few Words about A prominent Montreal clergyman, the Rev. James 11. Pixon, Rector 8L Judes and Hon. Canon of Christ Church Cathedral, writes: "Permit me to send yon a few lines to strongly recommend Pr.HRT Bivis' Pain-Killkb. I have used It with catlsfactlon for thirty-five years. It Is a prepara tion which dese "s full public confidence." Pain-Killer S5r . Cramps, Ac. Two Sizes, Sic and 50c. There is only one Pain-Killer, Perry Davis.' WmKittev Gent's guarantee a and SATISFACTION A Love Letter of Prince Bismarck. "On my window sill, among all sorts of crocuses and hyacinths, stand two camellias which always inspire me with strange thoughts. One of them, slender and pretty, with its ornamen tal crown (top and soft, pale very pale pink blossoms, but little foliage and only two buds, transports me to Keddetln, holds itself rather stiffly anil lisps English. The other makes far less impression of beauty as you look at it, and its stalk betrays in its gnarl ed twisting lack of care in its pruning. From the midst of the foliage looks out a dead branch, but the crown is rich in leaves, and the foliage Is groen er than that of its neighbor. It gives promise of abundant blossoming In its eight buds, and Its color is deep dark red and white in irregular gay variega tion. Do you take the comparison amiss? It Is a lame comparison, more over, for I do not love camellias, be cause they are without odor, and you I love precisely on account of the fra grance of the flower of your spirit, which is white, dark red and black." Here is a picture of the Man of Iron with his armor doffed. Ilarper's Mag azine. . Lock and Pluck. Two clerks named Thomas and Clar ence were In the employ of a wealthy merchant. Thomas was always an In dustrious lad, but Clarence was much given to frivolity and was extravagart In his habits. In after years Clarence married his employer's daughter and was made a partner In the business. Thomas continued to be an honest, In dustrious clerk all his life, and his services were much appreciated j Clarence and his father-in-law. Moral. There is no royal road to success. New York Commercial Ad vertiser. Not Fatal. Willle-I think I could die listening to Miss Triller sing. Cy Nick -Oh, you may feel like dy ing, but you'll pull through. I've been through it often. Ohio State Journal. '( L How to Whiten Ivory. Ivory may be whitened by washing well with soap and water and allowing it to dry In the sun. This process must be repeated for several days. If the Ivory be attached to some heavy article that cannot readily be moved, another process Is to put a thin paste of lime over It until it turns white. It Is then dried and polished. CASTOR I A Tor Infanta and Children. The Kind You Hava Always Bought Bears the Signature of At J'''i'lWxi- M'' 1 0 Overcoats pnng $7.50 and Id Newest Leixjtbs It's economy to buy a Hat that is in good style. Ours are strictly up-to-date. We have a few odd ones good for a spring working hat to close at 25 cents. : Furniture! Sash, Doors, Blinds, Glass and Glazed Windows, Paints, Oils, Varnish and Painters' Supplies, Wall Paper, Spring Beds, Mattresses, Etc L. M. JONES, Johnson, . Vermont. PAKIS EXPOSITION OF 1900. Gold Medal Award for Superiority was mad to the Shorthand &TELEGfAPHY. Not like other", hut better. If you wish to so cure the nest advantages he sure to attend this superior institution. For catalogue address, Carnei.lA uoit, Albany, N. T The Arnold Granite Go. MANUFACTURERS OF ARTISTIC CEMETERY WORK. Work Cut From Any Stock Desired. Contracts executed thoroughly, piomptly and satislactoiily. Buy of the manufacturer and save the intermediate profit. Write lor partic ulars and send tpeci Ilea lions for estimate.- GET OUR FIGURES FIRST. Sheds near Depot. Morrisville, Vt. S mA? LcVL THE : VERM0NTER A STATE MAGAZINE "T. . Y.r Tl VT v , its t r r 11 " i ,J" ,... lru a TWO SPECIALS, 25c and 50c, Really worth 40c and 75c. The 25c garment is natural gray, Jersey ribbed, pearl buttons, and well finished and full sizes. The 50c gar ment is blue and white, silk finished, blue satin front, fine pearl buttons, and full fashioned. up, arjd Colors. HATS SEW YORK STYLES lor Spring and Summer Hundreds of pairs for you to select from. All kinds, colors and prices from c'eents up. Sugar Makers We have a nice lot of which we will be glad to fur nish you at right prices. Call and see them. E. E. HOLHES & CO., Johnson, Vermont V."....'-.-.V.V""- I FLOWERS 4 Buy your Cut Flowers and Floral Designs of P. F RIRRS THF Fl (IDIOT l Via I. UIUUU, MIL 1LUIUUI, 4 St. Johnsbury, Vt. SFor immediate attention order bv telegrnph, telephone or spe cial delivery. FOR SALE I second-nana saw no, very time used. Made by the Stearns Manufacturing Company ami one of their No. 4. The carriage is 60 feet lohR and 3 feet and 2 Inches wide outside wood frame; iron cross arms 4 feet long, made by the Lane Manufacturinv Company. It is a left hand saw mill. Pulley 24 Inches In diameter, 15 inch face, length of shaft 6 feet, leugtb of arbor 8 iu' lies, diameter of saw 44 inches. Would consider any rea tenable offer. T. H. 9i Taylor Street, PORTER, NEPONSKT, MASS. 1 t WEBBIN6 STATI0NERY We have In stock the finest grades of Wedding Stationery: Announcements, Invitations, uaras, etc., priuiea anu wueu the work is completed only an j expert can tell that it is not a f job of engraving. We would k lilrA in An vnur work at tllB Job Department of the News and Citizen Office. FARMERS, REAR THIS-! CALVES CORDIAL Guaranteed to cure dysentery In Calves or njiey remmieu. 1 nis is no lake. Try it. A tuH line of Sugar Tools, Cans, etc., cheap. A. XX. HE E LEU., Ilydo Park. 5 For you a special Fancy Shirts .. NEWEST NOVELTIES, Latest colorings, with cuffs and two col lars, stiff bosom and soft fronts, 50c. GLiOVES A heavy stock always open for your inspection and compari- son. This year's stock is more complete than ever and prices commence at 15 cents. The Celebrated Mule Skin 25c. Warranted Chrome tanned, Fire and Water proof. 50c A Fine Mocha Dress Glove 50cn SARAH AND THE "INDIANS." Bernhardt Played Fedora For Them at 33 Cent a Head. Sarah Bernhardt, the great French actress, once played In Sullivan, Ind., at 35 cents a head. It was many years ago, and Bern hard? was making a tour of the coun try. On the way from Louisville to Indianapolis the train was stopped at Sullivan by the news that a serious freight wreck had occurred a few uiles up the road completely blocking the tracks and making progress to Indian apolis impossible until the next day. "Very well," said the manager in ex cellent French and with forced calm ness. "Since we cannot leave town we will give a performance here." "Impossible," Bald Mme. Bernhardt, also In French. "Quite Impossible." "Not a bit," said the manager, and he went about It. The divine Bern hardt, being under contract to play a certain number of nights, was induced to consent. There was no "opera house" in Sullivan, but the Masonic hall was rented, and some of the scen ery was crowded Into It. The local Job oflice got put a lot of handbills In a hurry, and messengers were dispatch ed to the adjoining towns to spread the glad news that Bernhardt, the di vine Sarah, was to play In Sullivau that night and that admission would be 35 cents. "No use trying to charge metropoli tan prices here," said the manager to the treasurer, and that gentleman sigh ed and said he supposed not. In the early evening there began to come Into town long lines of green farmer wagons, each holding a family party. When the house was full, the great Bernhardt cautiously took a peep at It from behind the flimsy curtain. "Mon Dieu!" she cried, raising her Jeweled hands. "Look at the Indians!" But she played Fedora for them, and she played until 11 o'clock. Philadel phia Saturday Evening Post. The Theory of Woolen Dedelothlnw. The Idea of having exclusively wool en bedclothing Is that the exhalations of the body may escape In the samo way that the carbonic acid gas does, and woolen clothing, being porous, per mits the escape of these exudations, which cotton or linen clothing will ab sorb, with the result so often noticea ble, an unpleasant odor around the bed room In the niornlnjr. It Is generally believed that the sleep er finds the best rest when his bed Is placed with Its head toward the north, says The Household. Coffee Caramel. Take one pound of brown sugar, one cup of strong coffee, one-half cup of crt am, one ounce of butter. As soon as cooked sufficiently to be brittle when dropped Into water pour Into buttered tins, and when nearly cool mark off with a buttered kulfe Into squares. ODD PANTS! 700 PAIRS. ) t)5.5., to select from, and every pair has value. Our Pants are guaranteed. How to Make Sendees. Chop some beef or mutton very fine, about two cupfuls. Add to it one smalt onion chopped fine. Season with salt and pepper and add a little gravy. But ter escalop dishes or shells and fill them two-thirds full with the mixture. Spread over them mashed potatoes that have had milk or cream added to them. Brush over 'With melted butter and brown In the oven. How to Make Konmlsa. One quart of perfectly fresh milk, one-fifth of a 2 cent cake of yeast, one tablespoonful of sugar. Dissolve the yeast In a little water and mix it with the sugar andmllk. Put the mixture Into strong bottles beer bottles are good cork.tbem with tightly fitting stoppers and tie down securely with stout twine. Shake ttte bottles for a full minute to mix thoroughly the In gredients, then place them on end In a refrigerator or some equally cool place to ferment slowly. At the end of three days lay the bottles on their sides; turn them occasionally. Five days are re quired to perfect the fermentation, and then the koumiss is at Its best It will keep Indefinitely in a refrigerator. Hott to Prepare Flah a la Heine. To prepare fish a la relne pick a pound of boiled fish Into small pieces. Make a white sauce of one tablespoon, ful of flour and one cupful of cream. Add to It the fish, two tablespoonfuls of chopped mushrooms, salt and pap rika, and heat It thoroughly over hot water. At the last add the beaten yolk of one egg and one tablespoonful of chopped parsley. How to Fry Clams Maryland Style. ' Put one tablespoonful of butter In a frying pan over the fire. When It is hot, add one tablespoonful of finely chopped onion. Fry slowly for five minutes. Do not brown the onion. Add 15 soft shell clams. Cook for five min utes In a covered pan. Season with a little pepper. Beat the yolks of two eggs, add to them one-half a cupful of cream, add this to the hot clams and stir until the sauce Is creamy. If It bolls. It will curdle. now to Avoid Chapped Handa. It Is claimed that no one need suffer from chapping of the hands If care is taken to rinse them In running water after washing with soap. When run ning water Is not available, the basin of still water should be absolutely fresh and clean for the rinsing, as it Is the alkali of the soap remaining In the water that causes the trouble. Only the purest soap should be used. How to Cnre Whooping Conh. vFor obstinate cases of whooping congh the following prescription has been highly recommended : Broniofonn, 15 parts; tincture of gelsemiam, 16 nnrts:' sirun of lactucarium. 120 parts; powdered acacia, q. s. The dose is threaV or four teaspoonfuls during each day.