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THE VERMONT PHCENIX BRATTLEBORO. ERIDAT, OCTOBER 9, 1903.
5 BRATTLEBORO PERSONAL. SHOUGHTON & Fur Scarfs IWATER MINK SCAUF Slx tails, speclal at $1.88 i SABLE OPOSSUM SCAItF at $2.25 3JDAIIK BLENDBD WATER MINK 5 SCAUF worth ?3, speclal at B5 $2.25 2g WOOL SEAL SCAUF Slx talla at $3 75 2uEAL BLACK MAItTEN SCARF Slx tails at $4.50 5 UEAL BLACK MAUTEN SCAUF aj Very large at $5.00 SBLENDED WATEU MINK SCAUF Has very wlde collar: slx r- tails; splendid value at $5.25 ' 3JHUDS0N BAY SABLE OPOSUM 5, SCAUF Slx long tatls; very , - handsorae at $5.75 ' 5 BUOWN MAHTEN SCARP The ; cholcest quality; slx largo brown marten tails, at $5.75 i NATURAL OPOSSUM SCARF A very long, flne fur, wide collar, ; large dark tails; a $7.50 scarf for $6.00 ' RUSSIAN SQUIRREL SCARP . JJ Cape effect collar; six dark tails at $6.25 eg GUEY OTTER SCARF Slx hand 55 some long tails, at $6.25 ' 3j SABLE FOX SCARP Large, 1 2j handsorae tails, a $7.50 scarf at $6.25 3 BLACK MARTEN SCARP Very g5 handsome long fur at $6.50 I 2g SABLE RACOON SCARFS Eight : pm tails, best wearlng of furs ' 2 at, $7.50 DARK ISABELLA FOX SCARFS i 3J Full wide collar; a regular jm 10 tur at $8.50 , J SABLE RACCOON SCARP Has wide collar and six large tails, 2J very handsome, at $8.75 jJJREAL BLACK MARTEN SCARP 5 Full handsorae collar, eight ' 3" large tails, a beautlful scarf 1 at $8.75 1 2 ISABELLA FOX SCARF Speclal 1 at $9.50 BLENDED WATER MINK SCARP 5j Large collar, braid trimraing, four large long tails, a beautlful 3J scarf; easlly -vorth $12.50 at 2 $10.00 ISABELLA FOX SCARF Very 35 long, stole effect collar; speclal a at $10.98 SltEAL EASTERN MINK SCARP J! Eight large tails; a $15 scarf j5 at $12.75 5i ISABELLA FOX SCARF Selected aualitv. lonc silky fur. flnished wlth brush tails; an $18 scarf 1 at $14.75 ALASKAN ISABELLA FOX SCARF A number better than the above; very long, cholcest fur; a $20 scarf at $15.75 Children's Fur Sets iCHILDREN'S FUR SETS Fancy Muff and Collar. A splendid as-sortment. Infants' and Children's Wear. New arrivals in almost every line of Infants' and Children's i i wear make our stock very complete ! INFANTS' COATS iMado of white Bedford cord, trim- med vlth ribbon, glmp, or lace, full circular capes, at $1, $1.39, $1.75, $2.25, $3.75, $4.98 to $6.98. iCHILDREN'S SHORT COATS ! Mado of white Bedford Cord, trim- med wlth gimp or lace, tho capes are a full circle. Prices aro $1.48, $2.00, $2.50, $2.98, $3.25, and $3.98. All the Coats Are the newest Fall Styles. CHILDREN'S NAINSOOK, HUB- i BARD and PRINCESS DRESSES. i A splendid large varlety of new styles. Some very speclal vai ues at 25c, 39c, 50c, 75c, 85c, $1, $1.25 to $2.00. 'INFANTS LONG SLIPS i An even dozen new styles. Prices ! from 25 c to $2.98. MOTHERS 'Appreciate any real lmprovement ! in nractlcal comfort for the llt- p .... . i tle ones. They wlll ue. 1 know of' the "Alma ! whlch is not stretched i shape, but knit to flt. These ' last longer and be moro com ! fortablo than the old klnd. The manufacturers guarantee to replace, free of charge, any vest that, after washlng, blnds umler the arm. We have tho "Alma" Infants Wrappers ln part wool or flne Australlan wool, at prices from 25c to 85c, and In slzes up to threo years. There ls nothing on tho market whlch wlll be found moro com fortablo than the Alma Sleove. Aslc to seo them In our Infants' Underwear Department. HOUGHTON rr . . t .. C SIMONDS. GRAND OPENINGi NEW FUR DEPARTMENT.p Everything entltely new. The as- Jp sottment includes nll ofthe ncwestS Hat shapes in SCARFS and MUFFS. Thls splendid llnc vas tnade upjj speclat for thls new departmcnt dur- jj Ing the sutnmer months when there was plenty of tlme. The skins were Sf selected last April, thctefore, youia are aspured of the finest materialsJS and best workmanship. Right now'liP is the tlme to select New Furs. The stock 1s at its best and you may be J& sure the prices are at the very lowest f notch for the quality of the garments "C, Long Fur Stoles. OREY KRIMMER STOLE Grey I tails and cords; very showy at $7.5o! ELECTRIC SEAL STOLE SoLln llned, slx marten tails, long cords wlth tails. An $18 fur at $15.00 5 ELECTRIC SEAL STOLE EdgedJ wlth wlde stripo of black mar-e ten, slx large black marten tails, cords wlth tails, very low pi-lcoj at $16.00" RUSSIAN SQUIRREL STOLE J Grcy and white corablnatlon 1 lined with satln to match, trim-J med with braid, slx dark tails, cords wlth two tails at $18. Oo! SABLE FOX STOLE Very hand-J some large brush tails, cords 1 with tails, at $18.00! BROWN MARTEN STOLE Ex- tra long fur, llned wlth SkinnerJ satln, slx large tails, cords withi tails, made to sell for $25. Our speclal prlce, $19.00j SABLE FOX STOLE Beautlful J llne silky fur, six tails, cords, wlth tails-, at $23.00 1 ALASKAN SABLE FOX STOLE; Selected quality, long silky fur, 1 llned with Skinner satln, has sllk cords wlth tails and flnished with , slx large brush tails. A fur woth 1 $G0, at " J $45.00; Long Fur Pelerines. : GENUINE BLACK MARTEN PEL-i ERINE Very long, at $9.00 ! SABLE FOX I'ELERINE Poun large tails; very handsome at, $9.00 1 REAL BLACK MARTEN PEL-! ERINE, flnished with large tails' and braid. A $12.50 fur for , $10.00; RACCOON PELERINE, extra long.i flnished wlth G tails- and cords with tails at $10.00 ALASKAN ISABELLA FOX PEL-J ERINE, selected quality, longT silky fur, flnished with G tails . and cords with tails. a $30.00 5 fur at $23.00 JJ A HANDSOME SET ISABELLA S? FOX PELEUINE, with largo Pil- low Muft to match, extra choicei long flne fur, splendid colorings." Special low prlce for set, 33.00! $33.00! Muffs Both Round Muffs and the NewJJr Flat Muffs in furs to match all thojg above. We can mention but few of the good values. , ROUND CONEY MUFF speclal at $1.00i FLAT BLACK MUFF, at $1.75 FLAT BLACK MUFF very goodj at $2.50 5? ROUND BLACK MARTEN MUPF at $5.50 5g ROUND ISABELLA FOX MUFFjg at $9.00 C FLAT ISABELLA FOX MUFF, ex- tra large, long flne fur, at $15.00SE in every detail. i INFANTS' SILK BONNETS J An entlro new line. Bonnets, silk' embroldered at 25c J Two better styles at 39c i Other splendid new styles at 50c,' 58c, 75c, 98c, $1.25 and $1.37. INFANTS' KNIT JACKETS Dainty little wool jackets ln white, i white and blue or white and! pink, hand made at from 25c toi $1.50. FLANNEL JACKETS Tho same slzes trlmmed wlth sllk, or embroldered wlth sllk, all colors at from 25c to $1.48. INFANTS' KNIT SOCKS In white, plnk and blue, 17c to 25c INFANTS MITTENS In white and colors at-10c 15c and 25c a palr. INFANTS' BIBS. From Gc to 29c. .Two special good i thlngs are hand quilted blbs at' 20c and 25c. glad to'lA Ul " to AV fd,e7neto eJelm lese wlll ,p' .t'aS & SIMONDS. 1 DnMMnuue Mlss Carolyn dark Is spemUng tlio wcek In lioston. JIIss Vclma Foster roturneil Saturday from 11 vlalt wlth hcr slster In Kcene. JIIss Ella Steblns wlll bcnln Monday ns stcnoKraphcr In tlio olllco of tho Ver mont T,oan & Trust cnmnnny, I)r. 13, J. Hcnkcl, iihyRlclnn In a hos lillal In FlushliiB, 1,. I., camo hotno Ttiesday nlisht for a weckV vncatlon. Lawyers V, t. K. Stowe and A. P, Schwenk nttomled tho oponlng of tho Clicshlro county HUperlor court In Kceno Tuesilny. Dr. O. V. Harber and C. A. Harrls went Tucsdny nlsht wlth thelr dogs nnd nuns to Windsor to 'spend two dnys luintiiiK partrUlBPs wlth W. K. Aycr nnd others. Mr. nnd Mrs. a. M. Tnylor nnd Mr. Taylor's slstcr, llrs. llelen Hnmllton of Qrafton, nre Rpemllnff n few days In Knsthnmpton, slass. Horbert Dumarsqu, who wns n punll yrars nso nt tlio Hnrnsldc Mllltnry Acad cmy undcr Col. MIIcs, uml two frlendtt frnm Hoston, wero at tlio llrooks llouso ovor Sunday. Jolin Adklns, who lins been cmployed In 13. L. Itlldrcth & Co.'s prlnllnR olllco snmo tlme, went Wudnesday to Hartford, Conn., to work ln an olllco whero I10 for- merly haU a posltlon. Mrs. A. D. Ashley nnd dnimhter. Maud. who have been at tho White Motmtalns durliiR tho summer, vlslted thls week nt O. F. Ualley's whllo on thelr way baek to thelr homo In Sprliigneld, Mnss. Mr. nnd Mrs. Wnrd of West Brattle boro left TuesJny for Chlcaco, whcro tliey wlll spend tlio wlnter. They were nrcompaiiled by Mlss Mlnne Stockwell, who wlll remaln ln Chlcago for nn ex- tenued stny. Mlss Pnullne Jenno of Mt. Uolyoko Collcno camo to nrattlelKiro to nttcnd tlio concert by Suzanne Adams Wednes day ovonliiR. Slie was accompanled by Mlss llelen McAUIster nnd Mlss Kdna Hunnels, collcge frlends. Col. Jolin Ilunt, the penslon nttorney, has been notllled tliat an orlglnnl pen slon hns been Kranted to John 11. Patch of SprliiRfleld, Mass., and that tho fol lowltiR men ln Hrnttleboro have had thelr penslons Increased: Thomas J, Lynde, Wells 1'. Stone, Wllllam II. Cray, Patrlck J. Fenton, Charles Stacey. Illram 11. Chamberlaln of Townshend has nlso been Branted an incrensc of penslon. A Celebratlon in Bellows Falls of Local Interest. Jolin Gllbcrt I'atlerson and I.lzzlo Hytber Campbell. who were marrled ln Brattleboro Oct. 3, 1S7S, were plensantly surprlsed by nbout 50 relatlves and frlends S.iturdny nlRlit at thelr home on tbe liasln farm ln Hellows Fnlls, of whlrh Mr. l'atterson Is manaRer. The ocenslon was thelr sllver weddliiR nn nlversary. Tbe marrlaRo of Mr. and Mrs. l'atterson took place at the homo of Mr. I'atterson's oldest slstcr, Mrs. D. J. Moran. They llved for n tlme In Put ney, ROinR from there to Bellows Falls ln lssn. Mr. l'atterson has been a suc cessful manaRer of tho Basin farm tho past U years. They bavo four ehlldren, John Campbell, 19, Albert Harrlson, 13, Charles Dennls, 13, and Itlchard Ilorace, 11. All the brotbers and slsters were present, wlth members of thelr famllles, lncludlnR Charles N. l'atterson and Mrs. Patterson of reterboro. X. II.; Mrs. Ab ble 13. Moran and Mr. Moran of Brattle boro; 131 wln 13 l'atterson, Mrs. l'atter son nnd Mlss l'atterson of Putney; Mrs. l-.lla l Dunbar, Mr. Dunuar and son of Somervllle, Mass.; Mrs. Nellle M. Cool- IdRp. Mlss Flnra CoolldRe nnd Mlss Mary Blakeslee of Brattleboro; Mrs. I.illlan V. Biirnham of SprlnHlleld, Mass. Many frlends were present from Westminster and Bellows Falls. Mr. and Mrs. l'atter son wero Rlven numerous Rlfts, lncludlnR .v,i..u ....... .e.. .McS . ... ir.en .s. i, ' "."Y" ters, and a weddliiR eako wlth the dates 1S7S WS. whlch was presented by Mrs. D. J. Moran of Brattleboro. Hefresh mcnts were served and the evenliiR wns speut In Ranies and dancliiR, the muslc lielnR furnlshed by Mlss ! lora B. Cool ldRe of Brattleboro. The bo.ise was handsomoly deeorated wlth' nutiimn foliaRe. 1'hotoRraplis were made of tbe Rroup of relatlves nnd of the brotbers and slsters. I3dltInR a newspaper Is pleasant busl- ness If you can stnnd lt. f It contalns many advcrtlsemcnts a subscrlber com plalns that they take up too much space. If lt lacks advcrtli-ements It ls unpopu lar and the peoplo won't have it. If we attend church repularly they say we ro for effect. If wo stny home from church, they say we aro nionstrously hcathenlsh. If we accept an Invitatlon to attend a weddlng they say we are invlted to ' wrlte up." If we aro seen On tho streets too often they say we neglect our buslness. If we avold golnR on tho street they say wo don't hustle around after news. If wo publlsh n man who has brouRht dlsgraco upon his famlly, tho frlends of the famlly ncvcr forglve us. If we, out of Roodness of benrt, de cllne to say anythlnR on tho subject, tho man s enemlea nre dlsapnolnted, and wo aro branded as whlto llvcred cowards. A ball of Indla rubber Immerscd ln llquld alr becomes brlttle and If dropped to the floor breaks Uke glass. A lead ball when put ln llquld alr acnulres elnsticlty nnd wlll rehound Uke tbe rubber ball ln Its normal state. NEW FALL SUITS Our Fall suits are ready, including the Hackett-Carhart make. If you like to be among the early birds, fly in now. New Sack Suits with the curve. New Fall Coats with the new lines. New Top Coats, short in everything but style and quality. New Rain Coats that will shed water and have all the style of a Fall Overcoat. New Trousers cut in the latest shape. Good time to select and get points on what is correct. E. J. FENTON & CO. The Leading Clothiers, Hatters, Outfitters AUDI TORIUM. GEO. E. FOX, Manngor. Friday, October 16, JULIUS CAHN Presents the Greatest Comedy Success of Years. David Harum. Tlio pluy tliat wont wcur out. T)ramutled from lMwnid Noyes Westcott's succeasful book crcatlon. A Series of Quaintly Dellghtful Characters of the Flesh and Blood Type. I'ri'scnted by n suporb ciut licudeil by Wm. II. Tunicr; slnneil by Kdw. B. Hoeo. Incldcntiil nitle by Wm. r riierst.c.xnctly us nt Onrrlck thvatre, N. Y., wlicie It rnn a wliole sonson. In West Hrnttleboro, Oet. S. n diuiKliter (Mnrttiiret Snaln), to Mr. niul Mrs. Cliurlcs 11. Dimkleu. 1 11 West Towiislieiid, Sept. -U, n son toMr. nnd Mrs. (leoi ire Dompier. In Uat Dotcr, Oct. 1, nson to Mr. and Mrs. Jiuues Itniivn, In .lnckMim lllu, n ilaiiKlitcr to Mr. and M, Aiehie It. Moie. In .lneksoiivllle, n duiiKlitcr to Mr. and Mrs. (aeorne 11. Loicinaii. 2UavvUtrjC3. I ii Brattleboro, Oct. 1. by Willhun tf. Ncwton, l.H jolin .eiesKey anii -irs. caioiino a.uoii. cim!. both of Brattleboro, ln IlrattlclKiiii. Oet. 7. by ltev. II. It. Mlles, Allrcil flate TlioiiipMiii nnd Mlss l'lorcneo Kll7ti llowe. In Brattleboro, Oct. 8,by ltev. It. K.Marvln. Ihiiia Iluiiillton Stiillorl und Mlss riorenco Mmv Kn it ht. txitli ur Ilrattlvlioro. In Wet BriittlelHiro, Sept. ffl), by ltev. N. A. Wnod. ltobcrt Wllllimi Nehltt and Hattiu Belle l'rescott. liotli ttt Hrnttleboro. In Vet Ili-.ittleloio, Oet. . Iiy ltev. U M. KeTK'Hoii, Ianc M. ltolili and Clul?tlno I.. Bettei ley, both of (iiiliriinl. 1 ii Wilmington. Scnt.'J. tiy ltev. O. II. I'abner, Alllo M. Miimlell and .Mlss 1'lora M. Gould, ImiIIi of l)rooklcle. I ii fJiirlinrllelil. Mnss.. Oct. 7. lleiiJnniln Wnde of South Vernon and Mlss llertlin May Wlnnns of SpilllRlll'ld. In Newfane. Oct. 7, at tlio resldenco of ". fi. iillss, liy ltev. Thoinas 1). Davles. Aliuon u . iiiissot llluslale. ,. 11., nnd Mlss j; 1 n n .M. KNherof Onunre. Mnu. In Bellows Kalls. Oet. . hy ltev. Katlier Mo louey. Hiime Bernanl Karriniftoii nnd Mlas Miuy Maiifaiet Keefe, IhUIi of Bellows I'alls. ln Jamaica I'lani. Mass.. Oct. 7. by ltev. S. U. Sliearinaii, Jiune llenry Wllllnnx. jr of Bel lows Knll and i-nrnli Warren fcteele of .biinalcn l'laiu. 3catHs. In BnittlelHiro, Oct. 4, Mrs. Hnrry Itowe, 5S. In BmttlelMiro, pcpt. :v lilwln (J., wm of Mr. and Mrs. John J. AuMiu. H jears, .1 mos. In BrattlelHiro. Oct. 2. Mrs. Amella Bllss Dai. iW. wldow of Jolin I)al. In Brattleboro. Oct. tl, Mlss (irnee O. McCiowan. 21. ln Itiitliuicl. Oet. 4. ltev. A. 0. Field, former ly of Wilmington, 77. In C.rartoii, Oct. Ilollis Shellcy. R8. In Siu-atoira Pprtnv". N". Y.. Oct. 4. TuylorS. Itabrook, a natle of Wol Dover. .VI. I ti West Jamaica. Oct. 3. Mrs. Coraellui I'litnuin, forinerly of Wardsboro. lu .New I.OIUIOI1, Lonn.. ?ept. si. ltev. .loc'l A. Steolo. rorineily jnntor of tlie Methodlst wiiiiilii in i iiiiivj. ,. Iu Onuiire, Ma-."., Sept. a. llenry Hartwell Johnwiti, forinerly of NorthllcM, ,0 jeiu-s, 11 months. 1 ii wilmington. Oct. 4. Julla Claik Boyd, wldow of Amno llcud. !!. In Bellows I'nlN. Oct. 5, Mrs. Joliiinna Col- lin , riiarlestnwn. X. II.. Pept. iHt. fJcoree Clin ion iiiiiucu, loriiii'iiy iu Bellows VaUs, 70 ears. II montlis. ln llrooklyn, X. Y Oct. ii, ltobert Jncksoii ui'iionii,..,. In W.-t Cliestcrllclil, ltlcliardson, 71). Sept. 2;", AI01170 P. MILLINERY OPENING On Saturday and Monday, Oct. 10 12, the ladies are cordially invit ed to attend my display of Fall and Winter hats which will sur- pass all previous efforts as I have spared neither time money nor ex pense, I have the largest line of Outing Hats outside the large cities, of both foreign and domes tic make. MRS. G. H. SMITH 8.Maln St., Mllllnerand Ilnlrdresser. Tho Boston llecord has grown so ac customed to poklng fun at Vcrmont's formcr llquor leglslatlon that It secms to have overlooked tho substltutlon of local option and hlgh llcense for prohlbltlon. a la Massachusetts. It reproduces tho current statement about an Island Pond physiclan wrltlng 1515 prencriptlons to bo lllled at druR stores In threo months, nnd heads it " Tho Prohlbltlon Farce." So, dear Hecord, thls all happened un der genulne llcense. Burlington Free Press. How to Hold Your Frlends. From Suueess. Those who would mako frlends must cultlvato tho qualltles whlch are ad mlrcd and whlch attract. If you aro mean, stlngy and scltlsh nobody wlll ad mlre you. You must cultlvate generos lly nnd largo heartedness; you must bo maRnanlmous and tolerant; you must have posltlvo qualltles, for a negatlve, shlrklng, apologlzlng, roundabout man ls deplsed. You must cultlvate courago and boldness, for a coward has few frlends. You must bolleve ln yourself. If you do not others wlll not bellcve ln you. You must look upward and bo hopeful, checry and optlmlstlc. No ono wlll be attractcd to a gloomy pesslmlst. Tho moment a man feels that you havo a real llvo Interest ln his welfare, and, that you do not ask about his buslness, professlon, book or artlclo merely out of courtcsy, you will get his attentlon and wlll interest hlm. You will tle blm to you Just ln proportlon to the Intenslty and unselflshness of your Interest ln hlm. But if you are selflsh and thlnk of noth ing but your own advancemcnt; lf you aro wonderlng how you can use every body to help you along; if you look upon every man or woman you are Introduced to as so much more possible successful capltal; If you measuro people by tho amount of buslness they can send you or tho number of new cllents, patlents or readers of your book they can secure for you, they wlll look upon you In the same way. Tho dead stars probablj- outnumber the Uvlng stars by many, lt may bo mllllons to one. Tho dcnslty or relatlve populatlon of Cuba ls nearly the same as that of thls country. Don't Miss It. As a good judge of values, you will know that this week's offering is out of the ordinary : Large No. 1 Onlons, 75c bu., 20c pk. Small No. 2 Onlons, 50c bu., 15c pk. New Flgs, 15c Ib. Cape Cranberrles, 10c qt. Marvelll Macaronl, 1 Ib. pkg., 12c 12 Ibs. Sweet Potatoos, 25c Karo Com Syrup, 10 and 15c can Columbla Catsup, by the bottle, 15c Others aro solllng tho samo for 20c and 25c. Force and Grape Nuts, 2 pkgs, 25c Kennedy's Glnger Snaps, 4 Ibs., 25c To Introduce further our "Securlty Java Coffee" that sells for 30c, we are offering It for a short tlme at 24c a pound. Also our new Ceylon Green Teas, reg ularly 50e, to let you try them, 40c A. F. ROBERTS & CO., 81 Maln Street. C u s t o m a 1 1 o nng MORE charming effects have never been seen in custom woolens. Our stock of these superb goods is now at its best, and we respectfully solicit an early inspection. Our suits at $25, $28, $30, $32 and $35 are all hand made by men tailors and not sewed up on sew ing machines as the cheap kind are. If you want the best of work at a minimum price join issue with the merchant who wishes to associate his name with merchandise that re flects credit upon the wearer, the retailer and the manufacturer. E. E. PERRY & CO. Clothicr. Hatters. Outfitters. WILCOX N. Y. BARGAIN STORE. Ourstoro Is "Chuck Full" of BARGAINS But we are so busy that we hao tlmo to niciitiou only a few of tliem. A little beauty nl(?ht lamp, only lCk;., worth 20 ccnts, A 1-eRularMc. nlRlit lamp foriV;. I.ook at our new plctures wlth mats for 10c The best eer made for that price. Ladies ileeced undervcsts and drawers for2. coats. Mcn's ileeced underwear nt 42c. and 50c. Don't you want a new dinner set? If so come in and let us sell you one. We have a large assortment to select from. WILCOX NEW YORK BARGAIN STORE. Brattleboro, Vt., Greenfield, Mass. THE DANGER From irasollnc stovcs is not so much In them sclves H9 havlnR tho Rasollno about. At ordl nnry tcmpcrntiiro gnsolino continually glves off lnllanunnble vapor, and n llgbt sonio dts tanco frnm tho matcrlal wlll mnlto It through tho mcdliim of thls vapor. Consult your ln surauco ajrent licforo storlng or uslng such uiiugeroussiuu. H. E. TAYLOR & SON, Insuranco Agents, - Brattleboro, Vt. Owlng to a very large and advantageous purchase of BED ROOM SUITES We are able to quote prices and give values that will surely interest all furniture buyers. Good Golden Oak Suites at $12.50, $13.50, $15.00, and $16.00. Extra fine designs with swell front cases, French Mirror Plates at $17.00, $18.00, and $20.00. Oak Dressing Cases at .75, $8.00, $9.00, and $10.00. Chiffoniers from $4.50 up. Iron beds $2.75 and upwards. Some extra good ones at $4.00 and $6.00. EMERSON & SON. Everything For Housekeeping. 2 &. 4 Main St. BRATTLEBORO VT. MILLINERY. I wlsh to announco that I shall not have any foimal openlng thls Fall. I am now ready to show all kinds of Trlmmed and Ready-to-Wear HATS in all the latest styles. All are cordially Invlted to call and inspect tho same. It ls a pleasure to show our goods at any tlme. Mrs. F. H. MORSE. When Tired and Thirsty Remembor our Soda Fountaln COLLEGE ICES With all the Crushed Frults Chocolate and Coffee SMUDGE Tho Taklng Speclalty of thescason Is our Coffeo and Chocolato EGG NOG BROOKS HOUSE PHARMACY