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NEWS AND CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10, 1901.
JOHNSON. Mrs. 0. W. Steams ia visiting in Jericho. Mrs. Frank Dodge ia visitine in P.ttsford. J. R. H ill is putting a new elate roof on his house. Henry Ward was io Winooski and I Burlington last week. L. W. Hitchcock ia employed in B. A. Hunt's mill in Eden. ' B. F. Atwell from Saxton's River is visiting friends in town. Miss May Burnham is visiting at Glenn Wilkins in Hydn Park. Miss Mabel McDonald from Morris ville is visiting friends in town. Chauncy Lewia has moved his fam ily from Hardwick to this town. WillarcJ Boyesof Saranac Lake vis ited his sister, Mrs. Lu Fletcher. . Miss Maud Story from Vergennes visited friends in town last week. Rev. N. A. Ross of Greensboro Bend was at R. J. Chrysiie's last week. Frank Woods and wife are visiting friends in Jericho and Burlington. Mrs. Nellie Robinson of Littleton, N. H., ia visiting relatives in town. Jay Partlow visited his parents last week, remaining over Sunday. Carroll Drown and wife from Bur lington are visiting friends in town. Mrs. La Bree has moved into the upper part of Charles Patch's houce. Lester Smith visited his parents at Swanton last Saturday and Sunday. Miss Lpary has gone to her home in Richmond for a two weeks vaca tion. Misses Glenna and Bertie nunt are visiting their grandmother in Water bury. C. C. Fullington is passing the East er vacation with his father, B. S. Ful lington. Charles Patch was received into full membership in the M. E. churoh last Sunday. Mrs. J. A. Andrews ia visiting her son, Hon. S. A . Andrews, at Vergennes this week. A. 0. Bell and wife have closed their house and gone to Saranac Lake for the summer. John Sherman has sold his farm at East Johnson and will move to Cady's Falls. Mrs. Sulhamfrom Morrisville spent several days last week with her aunt Mrs. 0. G. Buck. Miss Alice Dickenson has gone to Hadley, Mas., to visit her mother who resides there. Mrs. Ouimette and children- from' Swantonare visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lambert. Mrs. Fred Bicknell has returned from Keene, N. H., where she has been visiting her parents. Myron Prince has moved his fami ly to Brighton, Mass., where he has obtained a position. Orrin Jones entertained a party of his schoolmates last Friday, treating them to new sugar. Ernest Bicknell, who Is taking a medical course at Burlington, was home over Sunday. Mrs. John Waterman from Cam bridge visited Mrs.O. W. Stearns last Friday and Saturday. Miss Ruth Parker is stayinga week with her grandparents in Hyde Park and enjoying sugaring. Mrs. Mary Dubray has gone to Morrisville where she will make her home with her daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Kidder of St. Johnsbury passed severaldaysat the home ot Frank Lyland last week. The infant son of Rev. R. J. Chrys tie was baptized at the M. E. church last Sunday by Rev. E. G. French. George Mills baa returned to Sara nac, N. Y., where he has a job for the season putting up summer cottages. Frank Lewis and Will Kimball from Burlington are passing their vaca tion with Landlord Kimball at Hotel Johnson. On Tuesday a party of young peo ple visited the sugar woods of Har vey Beecher. They reported a very sweet time. Mrs. Carrie Annia has been quite ill the past week, threatened with pneumonia, and Mrs. E. M. Seymour with an attack of tonsilitis. W. F. Waters shipped 14 of his "folding butter workers" laBt week. This would indicate that there is a demand for a good article yet. Most of the students of the Normal have gone to their homes for a week's vacation. Their absence and the con dition of the roada make our streets seem quite deserted. Harrington & Chaffer will open their meat market Thursday. They have engaged Alfred Uuard, an ex perienced man, to help them. They have a fine market and are worthy of a liberal patronage. The drama "From Sumpter to Appomattox," given by the Sons of Veterans, at the opera bouse last Friday evening, drew a good number ot the town people and some from out of town. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ward took the prize in thecakewalk. The ladies of the Oread Club enjoy ed a very pleasant "Social evening" at their room in Corporation hall last Thursday evening. The evening was in charge of thesocial committee who stimulated our wits by giving us a "Tour of Nations" to guess, and sat isfied our appetites by serving new sugar on snow with saltines and olives. Although only a small num ber were present owing to the condi tion of the roads, yet it was as thor oughly enjoyed as some larger af fairs. An Accident Policy in the " Travelers" Is the sugar coating on the pill of accident. Olbnn A. Wilkins, District Agent. , STOWE. F. E Graham is in town from Montpelier. Nathan Hale went to South Royal ton Monday. B. D. Matthews of Underbill is vis iting in town. Orson Smith was in Waterbury on business Monday. Ulie Houston was in Burlington a portion of last week. ' Dr. W. E. Church of Burlington was in town Monday. E. W. Dillingham was in Essex Junction last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. McMahon were in Montpelier Tuesday. L. A. Pike is on a business trip to Bangor, Me., this week. Miss Lula Billings visited relatives in Montpelier last week. Fred JpI ley of Barre visited rela tives in Nebraska last week. George Wakefield is spendipg a few weeks in Northampton, Mass. E l. Woodworth's family in Stowe Hollow are sick with acarletina. H. S. Andrews of Burlington visit ed his family here over Sunday. Will Russell has returned from a visit with relatives in Springfield. A nine pound daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Smith Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Mark. Cobb went to their spring work in Northfield Mon day. N. C. Berg of New Haven, Ct., is do ing carriage painting in H. E. Gibbs' shop. Cadets Craig and Burt left for the spring term at Norwich University Monday. Mrs. Charles Kellogg of Illinois is expected here this week on a visit to relatives. Mr. and Mrs. E. C Kaiser and son, Raymond, are visiting relatives in Montpelier. Justin Marshall has opened a paint shop in the old Straw house near the arch bridge. Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Blake of Montpelier are visiting Airs. Blake's parents here. Rev. Frank Gate will exchange Sun day with Rev. Alvin M. Smith ot Washington. Mrs. Fred Billings waa called to Montpelier last week by the serious illness of her sister. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Adams re turned from their winter's stay in Brooklyn Tuesday. The funeral of the little Fuller child was held Thursday afternoon, Rev. C. r. Emery officiating. Mrs. Staples, who has been spend ing the winter with Mrs. L W. Buzzell went to Baltimore, Md., Monday. There will be a business meeting of the Epworth League at the vestry Thursday, April 11, at 7:00 p. m. . Mrs. T. E. Smith held an Easter opening at her millinery parlors in the depot block, Friday and Satur day. A. large party of Stowe and Water bury gentlemen enjoyed the hospital ity of A. C. Slay ton at his sugar bush last Friday. Beginning next Monday, April 15, the last car at night will wait for the 6:25 express at Waterbury, aa usual during the summer. A regular meeting of Mansfield Mountain Grange will be held Satur day afternoon, April 13; 1st and 2J degrees will be worked. The civil suit of Nelson and Daniels vs. Mrs. Ellen Godlrey was given a hearing Saturday and was appealed by Mrs. Godfrey to county court. Mrs. M. Jenney and Mrs. R. H. Gale returned Monday from Boston bring ing with them a complete stock of all that is new and novel ia millinery goods. The M. E Ladies' Aid will meet at the vestry Thursday, April 11. It is hoped that all members will be pres ent as there is some very important business to come before the society. Sugar makers are greatly discour aged over the weather and the pros pects for a fair Hzi crop. Probably the average so far is less than a pound to the tree, and many predict ed this and it has come. L. H. Raymond purchased last week the West Branch farm with its stock, tools, etc. of O. S.Moody, pay ing $2400. It is since reported that Mr. Raymond has sold the buildings and a portion of the land to Mr. S. Z. Poor. Our readers will do well to look at Pike & Benson's special advertisment on page 3. It refers to "Economy," and is especially interesting to those interested in gen t'b furnishings. Their regular advertisement on this page should not be overlooked. ',. Mystic Lodge held its annual elec tion of officers Tuesday evening, Apr. 1. A. G. Oakee, M. M ; N. II. Kaiser, S. W.; A. U. Talbert, J. W.; F. O. Burt, Treasurer; II. W. Rarrows, S. D.; Frank Clair, J. W.; Bert Culver, S. S.; Dow Smith, J. S ; W. H. Moul ton, Chaplain ;Frank Stafford, Tyler; C. D. Gibbs, Jesse Kellogg, Grievance Com. Public installation Friday evening, April 19. A domestic broil may not be a very good thing lor a dinner, but it is better than the stew which prerails in the house when the head of it is laid up with trollev car "contusions," and no accident insurance. Glenn A. Wilkins, District Agent. A Card. We, the undersigned, do hereby agree to refund the money on a fifty cent bottle of Greene's warranted Hyrup of Tar, if It fails to cure your cough or cold. We also warrant a 25 cent bottle to prove satisfactory or no pay. I, n. Rlierwln, Apt., Hyde Park. Krank Lfirawuy, Waterville. J. V. Stevens, Waterville. M. Hlmttiick 8011, Hdeu. O. . Koss, Hvde Park. C. C. Fisher. No. Wolcott. WOLCOTT. Frank Leutuer soon begins wort for S. A. File. Pi-ter vlolden bas rented C. R. White's bonne. Miss Nellie Bullard spent Sunday in St. Albans. Rev. G. C. Junkins' little son is ill with pneumonia. Mrs. Sadie Rice is doing table work at the Woleott Houce. Mis L. P. l'inney of Passumpsie is vinitinir relatives in town. John Chiifey ot Ksex Junction is a guest at the borne of J (J. I'ut imin. Mrs Frank Doying nnd children have gone to Hyde Park, Mass , to viwit her parents. The millinery riepnrtment in Fife's store will be opened April "2-Vh with a new line of spring and summer millinery. Master Allie Worthinton of Chicago hns come to spend the summer with his friends, Mr. and Mjs. B. VV. Guyer, rnakiug the trip alone. The friends of Miss Anna Junkins gave her a surprise pnrty Inst Thursday evening in honor ol her 18th birthdsy. Several tokens of respect were presented theyounglady. Ru freNhments wre served and theevening pleas antly spent in gt'tm-s and music. Twice within seven davs has the grist mill been the scene of fir'. Tuesday niuhtoflast wejk tiie was dii-c ivered nrnund the stove and whs soon extinguished by a water pail brigade composed of the Vfasons of Mineral Lodge, who were then in cession and respond ed quickly to the alnrm. Again on Monday evening of this week smoke was disc vered issuing forth from the mill, an alarm was sounded, which quickly brought out a crowd and one hours bard work with the lire engine was necessary to put out the flames. The loss must le heavy; insured. NO WOLCOTT. The Indies' meet this week with Mrs. A. N Andrus. Tim Silver is reported as being Bick with pneumonia. E. A. Sanborn visited in Morrisville the first of the week. Mrs Wheeler of Centerville is to work for Mrs. Noah Boynton. Mrs. Henry Ross is improving under the care ol Dr. Campbell of Albany. F. O. Lunt and Mr. Thomas of Belvidere were in the place one day last week. Little Joyce Baldwin, who was bo sick last week with pneumouia, is much better. Miss Mollie Martin mny be found behind the counter at Baldwin & Sanborn s store. Charles Slayton, one of the Listers, has been culling on the people ol this community the past week. The Sunday-si hool has received from Mrs I. B. Sillo way fifteen new library books, the gilt of IS. H. Sanborn of Boston. Mrs. Austin Potter, an aged lady living with ber daughter, Mrs. Warren t hilds, had the misfor.une to break her hip Apr. 1. ELMORE. Mr. Atkins is in his store again. Norman Camp is on the sick list. Mrs. H D. Cook is so she is about the house again. Quite a number visited Mrs. Cook's sugar place last Friday and ate new sugar. It was very nice. Do so again Clarence. Grandma Spaulding fell one doylast week and bruised her right arm very badly; theie were no bones broken. It was a narrow es cape. Frank Jacobs while working in Silloway's mill Iant Turn-day was caught under the car ringe anil his leg broken just above the auk e The mill help showed their sympathy for Frank by making up a purse of $10 for him. Next Sabbath will be Bro. Sanborn's lat one this conference year with us. He will not attend conference as he does not intend to preach the coming year. He has won many friends while here aud all would be pleased it he would stay with us longer. BELVIDEHE CORNERS. , Will Brrry was in Johnson one day last week. O. M. Holbrook was in Hyde Park one day Inst week. P. H. Lampher was ia Hyde Park recently on business. H. H. Lampher and wife visited in Hyde Park a few days last week. Pete Eidred has moved from Montgomery into A. P. Brown's tenement house. Florence Robeiston, who has been stopping with her father, A. P. Brown, the past year, has gone to Swanton to join her husband. O. B.Xandon of Johnson was in this place one dny InBt week to see about putting in a' separator or taking milk to his Kden separ ator. Frank Lawrence has taken down what is known as the Randall Shattuck house at the Corners. Itwusoneof the oldest houses in town and was once used as a hotel by Mr. Shattuck in jears gone by. WATERVILLE. Irwin Brown was at home from Greensboro over Sunday. Miss Nettie Fletcher is in Fairfield caring for a sick sister. Dr. and Mrs, Hodgkins are stopping a few days in Burlington. H. A. Jackson returned from Boston with a car load of horses on Friday. Charles Stone has moved into the place lately purchased of Allen Mann. Miss Josie Jewett returned to her home In Montgomery on Saturday. Frauk Leach and family of Keene, N. II., visited his father, L. J. Leach, last week. Mrs. Kittie Lock returned from the Mary Fletcher hospital Saturday much improved in health. R. VV. Hulburd of Hyde Park was in town Saturday. He was numerously interrogated about that cow. Roy Anderson and Roy Eddy of St. Albans visited their grandmother, Mrs. A. L. Lara way, last week. Mrs. E. II . Willey of Vermilion, South Da kota, arrived in town Thursday, called hce by the sickness and death of her lather, Na son Chaffee. BAKERSFIELD. Miss Lydia Barnes is visiting in Morrisville. Miss Rachel Stewart returned to Bradford. Vt., where she is teaching. Mrs. Leonard Sheldon has been in Fletcher the past week visiting friends. Sydney Skinner has vacated the Wheelock place which he took possession of last fall. . Miss Florence Wells has been visiting her brother, Rev. 0. B. Wells of Weston for sever al weeks. Miss Eliza Coburn bns been engaged to teach In the upper room at East Fairflold graded school. Miss Julia Cook is engaged to tench in Enosbtirg, Mae Morse in East Franklin and Alma Wheelock at Franklin Centre. The same school officers are chosen for the ensuing year with Dr. Hyde as Superintend ent, Ozro Start Clerk, Albert Reed It. C. Ovitt and J. A. Barnes aa School Directors. The teachers engaged for the spring term are: Bouth Village, Miss Lydia Barnes' No Village, Anna Barnos; Branch district,' Ada Ovitt, Poor Farm district, Grace Davis Reed, Jennie Ross; South School, Lena Mal cett; Ilasswood Hill, Emma White; Egypt school, Lulu Cowan j Scott district, Flora Barnes. Paint Your Buggy for 75 Cents. With ricvoo's Gloss Carriage Paint, rcmly fo line; 10 colors. Gives a high gloss cuual to now Suld by Uoo. W. Doty. NO. HYDE PHK. Mrs. C. B. Warren is quite ill. Benry Adams is located iu the Iveo house. Herman Allen lost his gray horse recently. L. P. Butts is taking- th I itt. in th villnrro thin week. 1 E W. Sn.ith is makinar renairs nnnn tiiy dwelling bouse, Joseph Fobs pnr.-hnsed the Parkerlot April 1- Consideration 250. Wid. Sargent has finished his lumber ioh in K leu and has moved home. EDEN MILLS, Wult Stone has been in town. A general drunk here Mondav. Leon Lnduke has fininhHil wnrb fnr t T Westover. S. A. Stone drives the north hnnn.l utaae (or a lew days. The roads are getting almost impassable in come parts of the town. About thirty ate new sugar, on an invita tion from Kuuene Richard, at his sno-nrhniiHR last Friday. GARFIELD. It. C. Munson is spending a few davs in Bur- linuton. Business called him there. Itoy Durling has moved his familv into the tenement vacated by -Mark Jlesser. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Butterneld of Morris- town have been visiting friends in this place me past tew nays. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Richardson of East Johnson were guests of Air. aud Mrs. N. U Hull one dny last week. Mark M'sser, until quite recently clerk in C B. Switt's store has moved to Cambridge where his wite has opened a millinery estab lirihmeat. Mrs. John Churchill and her sister, Miss Goldie Davis of Wolcott, have been spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Coombs and other friends in this place. As Mrs. Elroy Horner was coming through the bridge at Garfield one day last week she slipped upon some ice and fell, striking upon nr head with such lorceas to render her in sensible. C. B. Swift, who was a few paces behind her, hastened to her aid, and calling upon a man near by for help, they took her to the house of her brother who lives near the bridge, and telephoned fora doctor. She did not fully recover her senses for about two hours. She is now able to be about but has not wholly recovered from the effects of her fall. CAMBRIDGE Miss Mabel Nichols is visiting friends in tiiiKersneld. F. F. Davis was in Underhill and Jericho on business last week. Prof. Beebe and wife and Misses Dwight, Moore and Irish, teachers in the Morrisville Acar'emy, visited at P. 8. Curtis on Saturday last. Mr. Allen and the MisseB Wheelock of Bak erHiield visited Inends in town last week. Mrs. Sadie Sheldon of Bakersfield is visit ing Mrs. Carrie Curtis. a. B. Chase is having a hard time with neiatica and was obliged to call for medical anl Saturday. It. K. Chase and wife of St. Albans, and a lady iriend ot theirs, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. I Chase the past week returning to ht. Albans Saturday. Mrs. J. M. Kelley of Morrisville visited her parents, Mr. aud Mrs. James Patch. Satur day last. A fairly good run of sap bas made ou farmers look more cheerful. For some reason Rev. G. M. Burdiek failed to meet his appointment here Sunday. .The Mnday School was, considering the roads. fiiirly attended. f Sanford Reynolds is doing a rushing busi ness in his saw and Krist mill, employing six EAST CAMBRIDGE. Chas. Miles is at work for H. 0. Fullington W. H. Nye of Johnson, visited his parents himday. N. J. Nye has bought a horse of Charles Allen of Waterville. Mrs. C. P. Howe visited at her home in Bur lington over Sunday. Daniel Prince visited friends In Johnson last Thursday and Friday. Mrs. Leonard Flanders, who has been quit ill with tonsilitis, is gaining. Sirs B F. Nye is quite ill with the grip, Dr. Meat) ol detiersonville in attendance. Mrs. Sheldon and daughter Lena of Bur lington, are visiting at Geo. Sheldon s. Our farmers are trying to make sugar, but this rainy weather is very discouraging to tbem. Mrs. Effle Reynolds of Jeffersonville. visited her sister, Mrs. S. U. Flanders Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Souther Green and daughter Delia have returned to their borne in North Cam bridge. Myron Prince of Johnson, visited his sister Monday. He starts for Brighton, Mass this week. Mr. L. A. Green of North Cambridge, was called here Inst week by the illness ol her daughter, Mrs. Stella Flanders. Our stage driver II. A. Stinson tells us that be has carried the mail from here to Cam bridge Junction one hundred and forty-live tunes on runners this winter. This has been the most severe winter that this section has known for several years. , WESTFIELD. E. S. Miller has had the interior of bisbouse painted and papered. D. C. Albee of Troy did tne work Our village schools begin Monday, April Jo, with Miss Ada lirowu in the higher de purt merit, and Mrs. E. 8. Miller in the primary. Pliny Wright and Floyd Miller, who have been visiting friends in town, have returned to their respective places. Floyd Miller is a student in the U. V. M. Miss Elizabeth Trumpass resumed her dut'es as principal of the VVsst Derby graded Bchool April 1. Miss Grace Chaffee has a position in same school. Miss Helen Wakefield is to teach in North Troy and Miss Nora Wakefield and Miss Delia Benwarein Lowell. Miss Bessie Root is attending school in JMewport. Professor Perkins of Burlington was in town last Wedmsday and lnursday.arrang ing specimens in the UitchcocK museum. Miss May Wallace afterspending a few days with her parents, Rev. and Mrs. J. tl. Wallace has returned to Boston where she has a posi tion as soloist in a church choir. Miss Lena Gilpin began the spring term of school in South WestHeld Monday of last week. VE CAN SELL You a Bicvcle for 120.00 or for more. Just give us the price you wish to pay for a wheel and we will meet you with a good thing. RAMBLER, PIERCE, IDEAL AND OTHERS. A few choice tTades In econd-hond wheels. Wheel Cleaning, Enameling and Repair ing now going on. E. E. H0LHES & CO., Johnson, Vermont A Ghancc to Get DcLaval Separators CHEAP. We have a large number of Alpha DeLaval Separators that we have taken in part payment for Improved United States Sep arators by which they have been replaced and we should be pleased to sell them cheap. They are as we took them in trade and we guarantee nothing in regard to them. The purchaser must run his own risk. The Improved U. S. Separator has proved itself so superior that we have numerous requests from users of the DeLaval ma chines to take them off their hands and accept them in part pay ment for the United States. Owing to the fact that we have so many opportunities to make these exchanges and the little call there is for the DeLaval separators, we will give those who care to run the risk of buying one a bargain, if low price regardless of usefulness constitutes a bargain. That anyone who wishes to take advantage of this offer may know just how inferior the DeLaval separators are, we will give the experience of one who has used both and knows from expe rience the Supariorlt7 of th.0 IT. S. Separator. Great Relief to have the I. S. after having run a DaLaval. Sylvan Lake, Dutchess Co., N. Y., Feb. 23, 1901. After having used' the Improved U. S. Separator 18 months find it all you claim for it. After running the DeLaval, it is a great relief to have a machine that can be used by anyone of ordinary intelligence and not be continually getting it repaired. Every few days, when using the DeLaval, I was obliged to do something for it. The discs would get bent and not go together or the bowl would be out of balance or so me thing else was the matter so that it was a constant expense, and it was almost impossible to get anyone to wash it. ' 4 Now with the U. S., I have no such trouble. The washing is mere nothing and the repairs so far have been nothing, and from anything that I am able to see it is just as good as the first day it was set up. The work of the U. S. is much more satisfactory than that of the DeLaval. It skims cleaner in unskilled hands, as shown by the Bab cock Test. I think the people of Dutchess Co. will bear me out in what I have said, from the fact that there are so many more U. S. Separators used than DeLaval's. I have the DeLaval machine yet, but will have to change my mind very much if I ever use it again. Will say to my brother farmers, if you think of buying a separator, do not bind yourself to any make until you have tried the Improved U. S. , J. H. RUSSELL. If interested, write for catalogues containing many more let ters similar to the- above. VERMONT FARM MACHINE CO., BELLOWS FALLS, YT. Our line of Rubber Goods is complete. Call in and buy a pair o Boots or Storm Slippers for yourself, your wife or your child You Should see our designs in WALL PAPAR, from the cheapest ta the best that money can buy. A fine assortment of Derby and Tourist Hats just unpacked. Try one on, and see what a new hat will do for you. We have our Spring and Summer samples of Tailor-Made Suits for men. Let us take your measure for one fit guaranteed. GENT'S NECKWEAR! New! Up-to date ! You will be cordially received at the "Corner Store'' any day of the wcclc NOYES Gk WOOD, Corner Ntoro, FOR SALE AT Sawmill with 500,000 feet of Logs, Two Dwelling's atd. 125 acres Land, the Entire Heal Estate for $2000, Loga at a Low Price. The Earl Guyer mill, situated in Wolcott, Vt., is offered for sale o liberal terms of payment. Mill is well equipped with saw rig, planer, matcher, butting saws, edger, etc., etc., complete for the manufacture of first-class lumber. Together with same is offered the residence formerly occupied by Hon. Earle 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 thousand feet of logs, which have been well bought and will be sold low. They are now at 6tj near mill ready to be cut up this spring. Between 8300 and $400 were laid out upon the mill and buildings during the past year and all are in fairly good condition at this time. Ad dress for particnlars. U. J. MUDGETT, Wolcott, Vt. warn Yl A .. H 3 T "1 . Li Your choice in Colors Lavender, Light Pink, Apple, Scarlet, Creau and Light Blue. Our price for this most comfortable garment only $3.75, PIKE & BENSON, STOWE, VT. A BARGAIN ORIENTAL KIMONOS Easy to wear A beautiful garmert Made of French Crepon, shirrctl front and back, and edged witU a broad band of fancy silk.