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THE VERMONT PHCENIX BRATTLEBORO, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1903.
5 . WEST BRATTLEBORO. Fnd Stowe ln nt hmne from Xew York f..i n ThankSRlvliiR vnontlon. Iiiit Akloy nnd mmily of tiolchcrtnwn t nc mnvrd to hls father's ptnc-e, FimI l'o went to Wilmington for 'i i' .nKsnlvliiK. Mw Ko linx been vlalt li i: thciv hpm imJ iliijn. Tln- .1'inlttil tnr-etlnr of the Weat Urat t', I..HI. iVmetery iiHsnrlntlon wlll be held in i tu- Arndomy faltirdny. Nov. 2S, nt 2 . 111. M.i: zo Stowe reionllv bmiRht tll? T. T. siirai1 inopcrty, iiml has ho Rreatly lin I'iovmI the i xti'iioi' of thr hnune jy the i.Miihm of a lilazza otc, tliat It lnoks liki' .i new structme. I. K. f'.ipelnnd flnlnhed operntloun In lu- lilcr mllll nxt week. The ontput of liK mlll tliln yonr wnn ovpr lOn Imirels. II.- Ii is li-ppntly bought tho DwlRht Good (iimmli wood lnt nea- ltnhert Wllllams's. II' i tn'(.'ts to rebiilld the upper purt of hli s iw mlll ncxt yenr. 'I'lip work of tlip strlpplnsr Mtntinns ron iici tpil wllh the nntlounl hntehcry i lually eompleted nnd Superhitendeiit Car ter istlmates tliat nonrly 2,000,000 brook trout pkbs liave been withercd. The flpld statlons are loeated at Datllnj; pond In Groton, where ahollt COft.OOO have been taken; nt likc Mnnslleld In Stowe, where aliout (T.O.ono vkck have heen secured; nnd nt 1 ake Mltchell In Sharon, where the out put will rench noarly "00.000 okss. Shlp ments of eyed okrh are nrrivliiR at the hntehcry in St. Johnslniry dally. LOCAL OVERFLOW. HOUGHTON & SIMONDS. I 5 "CHRISTMAS BUYING" has begun and is increasing daily. With the ! Z experience of former years in their minds, many people are more than ever desir- 35 ous of getting their shopping for Christmas practically done before the last few 5; 5 weeks, when the store will be inevitably crowded. p 5 "T-l The great assortments are in splendid con- S dition, and in all of the lines the stocks are as 5 3 thoroughly ready now for the holiday shopping as ' j they will be later. Now is the very best time for g the careful, leisurely and enjoyable selection of Christmas Gifts. This week we direct attention to the splendid stock of MATERIALS that we g carry. Materials with which to make Christmas Gifts, or make Fancy Articles 5 to sell. )OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO0 Klrwan and Two Itallans In a Row. (i. II. Klrwan nnd two Itnllans, 13. Mnn clnl and Joseph Scaronn, Hhoemakets, were mlxed tip In iiii exeltliiK assanlt In the Heed house 011 Clreen Htleet last nlifht ahollt :p o'elock, wtilrli ivns kept up until Clilpf-nf-l'ollee Hnll nrrlvcd nnd took the thrip to the lock-nn. where thev .mient I the nli;lit. They we-e nirnlKiied before Jnstl"e Newton thls moinliiR. nnd from the testlniony It ls "Vident that tronble h.id been brewlnj; for some time and that n clash came In the afternoon, followed by the climax in the evenlnp. Kirwan'H lie.nl wnK cgvered with brulses nnd Scar ono had one black iye. The testlmony tended to nhow that as Scnrono wus ro liiR to hls rooni Klrwan met hlm In the hallwny nnd struck hlm with a stiek nbout two feet lonu. Scarono took the stlck nway from Klrwan nnd Bave lt to Mancinl, who followed up Kirwan and belabored hlm. Vietor Manclni ncted as Interpreter nt the Viearlnc Klrwan pleaded not Kiiilty io Intoxleatlon, but nfter henrinK tlip testlmony of Clilef Hall nnd Vlctor Manclni lie wlthilrew hls plea and was ftned $5 and eosts, nmounthiR to $11.45. K. Mancinl pleaded KUllty to dls turblng the peace nnd was llned $20 nnd costs. nmnuntinK o $2fl.3ri. Scarono pleaded KUllty to disturblns the peace nnd was tined $5 nnd costs, nmountiiiR to $11.45. Klrwnn then was arralRned on the chanrc of dlsturbtiiR the peace. Ho pleaded not RUllty. Imt aftcr a hearlnR he was ndjudRcd RUllty and llned $20 nnd costs. ninountlns to about $2S. All of the llnes nnd costs were pald. W. K. Mnyhew of IIlKhRate SpriiiRS has finlshed work In C. P. Spencer's prlntlnR olllce. Willlam PpauldliiR of Claremont. X. II.. camo to nrattleboro Monday to remaln n weck with hls son, KiiRene SpauldliiR. Mr. and Mrs. Itollin Hrown nnd K. A. Hrnwn went to Keene for their Thanks KlviiiR dlnner with Mr. aml Mrs. Frank Brown, i'rank 11 Johnson of N'owburyport, Mass., came yesterd:iy to spend several days at the home of hls father, C. C. Johnson. Mrs. i:tta 1'. Howe -went to Hoston Wednesday. ller dauKhter, Mrs. Alfred S. Thompson, went there today. They wlll return Monday. Mr. nnd Mrs. I.eon It. Coates of rrovl dence, It. I., came Wednesday for a ThanksRlvinR vncation until Monday at the home of Mr. Coates's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. E. U. Coates. The flrst In n serles of assemblies Rlvcn by j. V. Taylor was attended by a large number in the Hrooks House last evcn inp. Muslc was furnlshpd by members of Ieitslnser's orchestia, Includlng C. L. lirlgham, and bouffe refreshments were served, One of tho eirls vhom Chlef-of-Pollce Hall ordered out of town last week went to Hlnsdale to a house where she for merlv was employed, and after leavlnR the 'house three dlamond rlngs were missed. The owner came to Brattleboro Mondav nnd reported the loss to Chtef Hall, who found the Rlrl and the rliiRS. The New Hampshlre offlcers concluded not to proecute, liaviiiR recovered the property. On the mornlnR that J. G. Ullery's house was broken Into two men nrrlved nt tho Brooks House with dress sult eases, one of whlcli had had the inltlals on the end erased. They left town wlth out tnklnw their property, nnd nothiiiR was heard from them until thls week, when a despatch came from Greenileld to the hotel nskins that the cases be held until callcd for. Chief Hall thlnks they may be a clue. NEW EMBROIDERY LINENS. Plaln White Llnens for every klnd of fancy work. Butchers' I.inen, 30 Incli, 32c yard Bulchars' I.lnen, shlrt wnlst flnlsli, 3G Inch, 50c yard Kound Tliread Art Unen, 30 Inch, 50c yard Uoun.d Thronci Ait I.inen, 51 Inch, 85c yard Kioutlns; or liosom I.inen, 30 inch. 50c yard Llnen Cambilc, 3G Inch, 50c yard Ltnen Cambiic, 30 Inch, 75c yard Unlon I.inen l.awn, 30 Inch, 35c yard Sheer Llnen Handkerphlef Lawn, 1J Inch, 50c vard Shcer Llnen Hnndkirchlef Iawn, 19 Inch, 75c yard Sheer Llnen Hnndkerchlef Lnwn, 10 Inch, 95c yard FOR CROSS STITCH EMBROIDERY. LINIfN SCIUM, both white and ecru, 40 Inches wldo, 25e yard Very pcpular thls year for maklng Into Top Collars and Cuffs, Pillow Tofis, Perslan Bands, Tea Cloths, etc. THE TENERIFFE LACE WHEEL Enables one to make four slzes of the slmple or the most elaboratc Tenerlffe laces. Two nnd one-half Inches In dlamoter, 25c each LACE MATERIALS. Battenbvrg BraTtl, Battenburg Patterns, Battenburg Rlngs, Battenburg Thread, Honlton and Polnt Lace Bralds. HANDKERCHIEF MATERIALS. Sheer Llnen Lawns as above quoted, Hemstltched Llnen Centres, 7, S and 9 Inches sauare, 10c, 15c and 25c New Mechllii I-tces nnd Insortlons In matclied sets es peeially for thls work, 12c and 16c yard PILLOW MATERIALS. A handsome new llne of Stamped and Tlnted Pillow Covers In artlstic deslgns from the Bralnerd & Arm strong Co. All havo backs. I'rlces 25c and 50c New LithoRraph Tops, "at 25c and 50c New Tnpestry tops, nt 50c The Vermont" I'illow Top, at 50c New edltlon of tho "Brattleboro" I'illow Top. A splen did renieinberance for n dlstant friend. Tho prlcc, ready for malllnR, Is but $1.00 I'illow Itibbon, heavy uuallty, nll colors, 25c yard Noveltles in Pillow Rlbbon, 4 t. yard pleces for $1 and $2 Larse, handsome I'illow Cords with tassels, mercer izcd, at 50c Sllk cords with tassels, all colors, at 50c Mercerlzed Cords with tassels, all colors, nt 25c Cords by the yard In all colors. In materials for backs of plllows, we have Mercerlzed Satteens In an endless array of colors. UNCOVERED PILLOWS. "PURE DOWN," all slzes in two nualitles. 1 "SII.K FLOSS" Plllows, the flnest substitute for pure ! down, nll slzes, 29 69c "1 clnn't suppose any woman pvcr had more confidence in her husband tlmn I have." "How fortunate for you! 'Town and Country. He "An so, as I dldn't know what the leopard would bo up to next, I shot hlm on the spot." She "How ver- cxcltliiR! And whlch spot did you shoot hlm on. Punch. "Llcct mo Presldent of tho Unltcd Stntes." sald the Prohlbltlon candldate, "and I wlll Riiarantee that my secretary of the trensury shall see that the money markej never sets tiRht." Life. Sivths. In West nrattleboro, Nov. 12, a son to Mr. nnd Mrs. wnuam j. uuu. In West Chcstertleld, N. H., o. 1d, n ."iiiBliter to Mr. nnd Mrs. Ernest A. Caineilinsdale. N. H.. Nov. 11, a daughter to Mr und Mrs. O. II. Smlth. . t0ln ilcdford. Mass Nov. S4 a son to Barton Guy nnd Mabel Taylor Lllls. In Great Falls, Mont., Nov. 9, n daiiBh ter to lbert nnd Nellle Hughes Hodees. Mi Clreat Fall". Mont.. Nov. 10. n son to Wllllnm und Helen Ilughes, In nrattleboro, Nov. 23, by Itev. I'at rlck CunnlnRham. Tliomas banford Groonell of Rutland nnd Mlss Mary Ela noie Clune of Brattleboro. In Brattleboro, Nov. 19. by V ,11 lam S Newton. Ksn., Martlo Ua Mario onu Amella Dallavia: nlso Tony I'olluth nnd Mnrie Bsepfr, all of Dumrnerston. In Bellows ViMs. Nov. 24. b He. Fnther Reynolds. Edwnrd O'Brlen nnd Miss Martiaret Mlllerlck. In Green Itlver, Nov. C, by Itev. F. H. Irvfns Arthur Lynde nnd Miss Marion Thomas, both of (ireen IUver. In Hlnsdale, N. H.. Nov. 23. by Rev, W, F. Whlte7Wnllacn Hnrris nnd Mlss Luella Will ams, ooin oi umnic"".". Nn' Nortlineld. Mass.. Nov 24 I. I. IN RIBBONS. For Fancy Work of all klnds, we have a speelal Satln and Gross Graln Rlbbon; warranted all sllk at these very low prlces. Prlce, No. 4, 5c; No. 5, 6c; No. 7, 8c; No. 9, 10c; No. 12, 12i2c; No. 15c. All colors. All wldths. Every Skeinof Embroidery Silk You Buy From Us Helps You to Win a Prize. . HOW We carry in stock n large assortment of IT'S BRAINHIH) & ARMSTRONG'S WASH KM- DONE HltOIDIlRY SILKS In holders. SAVK THE EMI'TV HOLDERS after usinR tho sllk. Wrlto the Bralnerd & ArmstrotiR Co., New London, Coun., and they wlll mall you a llst of the prlzos they ofTer for these cmpty holders. Don't send away for them. You can flnd a wlde range assortment at our store, These Sllks hnve been in constnnt use by tho lcadlnR Art Socletles and most experlenced emhrolderers for many yeais. They have acuulrcd the lilRhest deBree of popularlty, by their llne texture, varlety nnd dellcncy of shadlriR, and are nbsolutely fnst colors. You have not only the ndvantaRe of uslng tlie best sllks in the world in tho most convcnlent form, but you can return the cmpty HOLDERS nfter tho sllk has been used and receivo valuable prlzes for them. We carry all shades In Fllo, Roman and Casplan Floss, Rope and Twlsted Embroidery Sllk. Honlton Lace Sllk and MOUNTMEt:LICK SILK. Crochet Sllk nt 10c, 25c and 35c spool Purse Twlst In Black and Grey. Hart SchalTncr y Marx IbndTiilorcd STAMPED LINENS. A splendid large varlety of the newest patterns In stamped llnens. Several new Mountmelllck patterns In slzes 12, 22 and 36 Inches. New Rose Patterns In Centrepleces. The NEW EMBROIDERY BOOK for 1904, is ready, Prlce, 10c With the Purse Twlst we havo steel bcads in two qual itles nnd new Purse Tops. These at 25c and 50c Overcoats, Ulsters, Fur Coats. We are headquarters this Winter for the largest lines of the above goods to be found in town. If you contemplate purctiasing, look us over. Our claim, oft repeated, is that in this store are greatest values for least money. We should not ask or expect your valued trade if we could not substantiate this claim. 1 !L -'")siV ..... An 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 at $10.00, $12.00, $15.00. PIN CUSHION MATERIALS. CMlim !-'j)k In nll c.lors SOe yard I.icu Ciislilon Top.. 10 to 25c each SimuusI (.'unlilon l''oniifl. cotlon coviTc.l. sgunrc, 4. 5. G. T. 9 IticlioM. 10c to 20c each Ohlonb- I. S, 12 InclieH lonc, 12c to SOc each Itnimtt. 4. .. 0. 7 Ihchca In dlameter, 10c to 20c each Sawdust Cuihlon Forms, Satln Covcred. Snunte, G Inchi's, 2Sc each Oblnne. 4 I. 12 liiclien. 30c each C0LUMB1A YARNS. Durlng the comlng month we carry an extra heavy stock of all klnds of thls hlgh grade yarn. GERMANTOWN WOOL In all shades of fourteen colors; n'so Clilnchilla nnd the shaded colors. SHETLAND FLOSS in all shades of clsht colors. SAXONY WOOL in all colors. SPANISH KNITTINO YARN ln all the plaln nnd mlxed colors. SCOTCH KNITTING YAHN in nll the plaln nnd mlxed colors. The NEW COLUMBIA YARN BOOK and the LION YARN BOOK, Prlce, 15c KNITTING NEEDLES In Wood, Bone, Rubber nnd Steel. CROCHET NEEDLES In Wood, Bone and Steel. Unusual Showing of q Overcoats 9 Q 0 7 5 Great Values in Ulsters at $8.00, $10, $12.00 g o The Celebrated J. H. Bishop Co. Dog Skin Coats.o o 0 0 0 0 0 They are known the world over as the best made. $10.00, $12,00, $15.00, $18.00, $20.00 You will find things as you expect them when you trade here. E. E. PERRY & CO. Always Reliable. ! ooooooooooooooooooooooooos 5E 1 HOUGHTON & SIMONDS. iJJ Successors to F. K. Barrows. mr Begin Shopping Early. Don't buy all your Christmas Gifts at the last moment. Our compre hensive Holiday Displays, including everything one could wish for, at prices, beyond doubt, the lowest ever named, are ready for your inspection. Our 10c, 15c, 25c, 50c, and $1.00 counters will, as heretofore, be the most interesting part of our display, and will surpass by far all former showings. The greatest care and discrimination have been exercised in the selection of our splendid collection. All goods marked in plain figures and at prices that tell of wonderful values. Don't stop to wonder, but buy NOW and be glad. Blodsett of Sprlnsfield, Mass., and Mlss VhHi No?n,fie'ld.SMass.. Nov. 25. Dr BobercCa0Rlin,oof New York Clty and fflrovT atU,Con pnrionaBe, by Ilev. Ocorpo F f'lirinln Nlal Bemls 01 aiuimib ""', HarFiet B. Mltchell of West Newfleld, Me. 3cntlis. 21, Mrs. Em- Tn West Brattleboro, Nov "Nn Vs WanTsboro, Nov. 22. M. Han nali I're ntls", 80. wldow of Frank I'rentlss. In Jacksonville. Nov. 21. Mrs. Char lotte (Sprocuo) Tyler. i. .,,... clark In South Vernon, Nov. 23, Hent) LiarK, 7.n Westinlnster West. Nov. lfl. Jlrs. Erances AuBUsta, wlfe of Ilenry I'. Ban- noyi x'.. on nviw Wilklns Temple. ii nntlve of Bernardston Mass., nnda former resident of Brattleboro, 53. Visit the BIG BOOKSTORE Springfleld, Mass., for your Christmas Books, Pictures, Toys, Games, and Leather Goods. Just in Time. HOTWATER BOTTLES Every Bottle New this Season. PRICES: 50c. 75c, $1. $1.25. $1.50. Tliobest nssortuieiit Intowuto eelect from at tho BROOKS HOUSE PHARMACY. Third Star Course Entertainment. Auditorium, Thursday, Dec. 3. Metropolitan Grand Concert Co. Mr. ROBERT KENT PARKER, Basso-Cantante. Miss AGNES PRINGLE, Violinlste. Mrs. CHARLOTTE GUYER-GEORGE, Contralto. Mr. VERNOR EDISON HENSHIE, Pianist. Reserved Seats 75c, 50c, 35c, Now on sate at the Assoclation Rooms. A Card. We wltli to oiprca our most elncero tliunka to tho people of Wtt lliuttleboro for thclr u'sistnnio, by wny of money iiml othenvlse, In the hlekmwuml deuth ol Mis. Norrls, our mothtnuidswer. K1PIIHH. Mlt. V(")I' FAJIII.V. West Ilrattleboro, Nov, -M, 1IWJ. Money Found by calling at Mellen's Hardware Store and buying your Blankets and Robes. Largest line in Wind ham county. J. EDGAR MELLEN. Get the Best. Kerofeiio oll cntfhie. cheiiiest piwer known. Alwajs reliable. No lliuno or i-jvaik reipilred toriinthem. Mlmplo iiml durublo. Any hoiKi power. l'or every purpofc. R, WORK, Aot, Vernon, Vt. AUDITORIUM, BRATTLEBORO. Wednesday, December 9 EUNEST Hll Il'MAN I'ltiar.NTS Harry Lelghton AS "OTHELLO" Sri'l'OltTKI) I1Y Florence Gale AS DESDEMONA" FREDERICK BERTRAND as "lago" WM. YOUNG as "Roderlao" FRANK LEA SHORT as "Casslo" JOSEPH WINTER as Brabantlo' HELEN SINGER as "Emilla" ntid othera of promlnenco, GRAND SCENIC PRODUCTION under tho ausplces of the Consrcgatlonal club. F. D. MORRIS 8c CO, Formerly MORRIS & GREGG. Rl'.POItT OKTMK CON DITION OK Hll. l'i:)l'I.I' NATIONAI. IIANK at Iliat. tleboro. in tho jsttilf of Vermont, nt tho eltwj if buslness, .nov. i., u. UKMlL'llOKS. I.oaiKiinddlscomits ulI,.'Cr. o! iiei-ilralli'.M"Viirediiiidiiii'oui'ed ;''-' ir. S. boncH toKcoiuo tirculatiou... l(l,(l.iJ ritofks.MX-urltlcs.cte JHJ.IW.Sli Due Iroin .Miiionni imiihs uuh m- .,,. ... erve aircntsl ... .. . Duo Irom Miito llanks nnd llnnkers J." ' llut 1 111111 iiiiproved iv-ervo aifcuts 112,..iS.W Checka nnd other eash Ilems -'f-r"L Noto ot otlier .Miiiouai imnKs . i.m.jij rractiniud puper currem-y, nlc-keis 111111 ceins .......... Uiwful mouey icservo In bank. viz: S;clo.... l.ojrni.ieimur inm- ........ Itdlcinptlon fund with U. S.'lreas. ilivr w pertcui ui uiivumiiuu. Total. 137.22 82,I!I1.( ,'),(lO.Oil ,J1,(I!K1,TOI.HO Fumiture at Your Own Price. We have selected 25 pieces of Furniture, ranging in price from $8.00 to $25.00, that for one reason or another we are willing to sell at your own price, as follows : i.iAim.iTir.s. rv,.iti .tri m in ji(m.nnii.(io Surnlusfund.. ; 100,XIO.OO Ulidlvideil proms, leso.Vllellclllll laxea nnld S9.1.W..U Natloniil llank notes outstniidhitr... UT.SKl.tm Due toTrust Lonipaiues unilMivinirs llanks 1W.ITU.51 Iiidivlduiildeposltssubjcct IO ClieCK lo,o..i.tu Demand certilicates of de- noslt 3,on.0O Ccrtllied Cliecka 2-IT.M Cashler-scheeksoutstundlnt? l,ia).3l StO.TK'i.Ol Unlteil Stiites neposlta iuu.uiui Total Sl.O'ld.TtSi.tO Ptnto of Vermont, Coimty of Wlndhain, SS: I, W. II. llllACKHTT, Ciishier of tho aboxo. nanieil bank, do snlemnly sweiir thtit tho aliovo stiitenient Is tvuo to tho liest of my knowledifo and liellef. W. 11. IIKACKK'l T, Cushler. Htibs-cribod nnd sworn tolHjfore 1110 thla aid day of NovemlK.-r, 1IU. CHAS. A. HAHHIS, Notury l'ublle. Con-ect Attest: oko. i:.oiu:k.nk. T. .1. II. rUDWOHTH, nircctors. o. i,.mii;ii.man THE DANGER From kihoIIiic- stnvc.4 is not so miicli in them snlrcs a4 huvlnir tho irusollno aliout. At onlU mirv tciiinerature uasollnu coiitimiully uives Lotl mllamuiiiblo vapor, and n IIkIu somedls. rtHiice froui tho umterlal will ixnllo It throimli the nindhini ot thlt vapor. unnsiut your 111 suruncu iiwm lacfoi-o ftorlng or usinir.such dantiieroudstuii, H. E. TAYLOR & SON, Insuranco Aueuts, Ilrattleboro, Vt. 1 Gold Divan, ' - - $25.00 1 Gold Corner Chair, - - $20.00 1 Gold Reception Chair, - - $8.00 1 Parlor Arm Chair, - - $20.00 1 Parlor Arm Chair, - . - $13.00 1 Parlor Arm Chair, - - $11.00 1 Parlor Arm Chair, ... $8.00 1 Roman Arm Chair, - - $12.50 1 Window Chair, - $8.00 1 Oak Silk Plush Divan, - - $12.00 1 Corner Chair, - - $9.00 1 Upholstered Arm Rocker, - $8.00 1 Solid Mahogany Table, - - , $22.00 1 Quartered Oak Table, - . - $18.00 1 Quartered Oak Table, - - $8.00 1 Quartered Oak Hall Rack, - $15.00 1 Quartered Oak Hall Rack, - $12.00 1 Quartered Oak Hall Rack, - $11.00 1 Rattan Divan, - - ' $13.00 1 Rattan Patent Rocker, - - $9.00 1 Rattan Patent Rocker, - - $8.00 1 Rattan Floor Rocker, - $8.00 1 Rattan Upholstered Rocker, - $10.00 1 Japanese Cane Chair, - $8.00 1 3-plece Parlor Sult, - - $20.00 Any of the above pieces can be bought for $12.00, Saturday, Nov. 28, if not al ready sold, und the pieces wlll be roduccd $1,00 each day uiitll theyaro nll sold, You can muko ih iiii oilur for any of the pieces whlch wlll bo bookcd, nnd if tho plcco Is not tuild nt a hlirhcr price you will havo tho rtrst cliauco at tho prlco you nunio. Here Is a Money-Saving Proposition. Do Not Delay. "rzr "0 EMERSON & SON. Brattleboro, Vt. t