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THE VERMONT PTICENIX, BRATTLEBORO, ERIDAY, EEBRUARY 5, 1904.
5 CHURCH AND FRATERNITY. t'nltnrltm fliuicli, Uvv. K. Q. S. Os Knod, pnstor. Hnvlcc cwry Sumlny nt 10.30; Sumlny sclinol at 1 1. 1; tliomo for noxt Ktmduy "Actlon aml Kenctlmi." All are viJ.comc. Flrat llnptlst clmrcli, Ocotge H Lnwson, mlnlMcr. MoinliiK wnrslilp nt 10.30, suli Ject of tlio nermnn "Tlie Hoynlty of ''lillst' cVcnlnn at 7, uliject, "The Wlll to Hollovo"; Hlblc school nt 12 tn. ClirlHtlnn Ktlenco servloo In Mnrkot bloek Sund.iy nt 10.45 n. m., mibject "Sciul," tPXl llobrows 10:38. Tcstlmnnlal nu'i'tlim Wodnesdny nt 7.30 p. m. Hrnd lnt; I'ootn opon Tuemtay, Tluirsdny nml Siilurdity from 2 to 5 p. m. Tlio publlc nlwnys woleome. At tlic Advcntlst Chrlstlnn clmrcli, Sun lay pchonl nt 110011, prnycr lneetlns nt 1 p. m., prenchltiB by tho piiKtnr, Itev. 1. M. lilnnchnrd nt 2.30, loynl Wnrkors' moet liif, nt fi; TluiiBdny evonltiR prnyer mpot Iiik nt 7.30. All nrc vory cordlnlly lnvltod ti nll of tho servlces. I nlvers.Ulst churli. ltelKnnld K. Mnrvln, mlnlster. MorninK worshlp nt 10.30 n'dm-k, wllli sermnn In norton, "t'nlvor sallwm In tho rttornneos of Fnmntis Moi." 111, Alfn-d Tennysnn, "Not ono llfc Hlinll l)o dpHtroycd, or cnst nx rubblsh to tho void, when Gnd liath mnde tho pllo compU'to." Sumlny hcIiooI nt 11.15 n. m.i St-nlor I'nlon nt llomo for Ased nt 3 p, m. All nro woleome. MAR0 Prince of Magic. i - Will furnish the finest en tertainment in the Star Course at the Auditorium, Thurs day, Feb. 11. Reserved seats 50c, 75c, $1.00. Now on sale at the Association Rooms. North Adams Y. M. C. A. Tonlght. The Y. M. C. A. bnsket ball tenm wlll havo n linrd llKht to wln from tho redoubtnble North Adams Y. M. t A. at fostlvnl tiall thla pvoniiiR. I.at xea son llolyoke IIIrIi school wns tho only tonm to lower tho colors of tho locals on thelr own lloor, but tho llolyoke boys hnvo been boaten by North Adams, Tho thlrd Kame ln tho local Ioiiruo sorlos wlll be playod, lllsli school ngalnst the Co. I. These toams have oach won n samo nnd the one vletorlous tonlRht wlll be nt the head of the league. Tliere Is promlse of "somcthlns dolng" evory sec ond botween whlstlo cnlls. He.irts Courageous. One of the most thrilllng scenes In Lyrann H. Howe's movlns plcture exhlbl tlon thls year ts thnt which rcpresents n lay wlth tho North Sea flshlnR rieet. The plcture.s(iio crnft, tho hwoIHiir foam flecked ocean, the lowerliiR clouds nnd llyliiR spume thrlll the onlooker wlth the niaRiilllcence nnd Immcnslty of sky nnd sen, nnd n kaloldoseoplc panorama of ma rlnc llfe nnd netlvlty. The photoRrnphlc qtiallly of these scones Is superb nnd, ns the flshlnR fleet goes throURh the crlsp U(t wavos, we almost taste the salt spray nnd feol thu bracltiR sea alr beatliiR on our faces These vlows wlll havo an cs poolal meanlnR to readors of Mr. KlpllnR's Rrial story. Uepiesentatlvcs of the old home asso clatloi: of all tho Now KiiRland states met at Iloston Tuosday nnd formed a con tral association 'The object of thls as sociation shall bo to brlne Into closor ro latlons wlth thclr old homea all thoso of New Knsland orlRln who havo romoved from thu place of thelr blrtli." Krank W. itolllns, ox-Bovernor of New llampshlrc, who stnrted the "old homo week" move ment, wns elected presldent, wlth tho Kovernors of each state as vlce presldents. 1 W. Clement of ltutland Is a member of tho cxocutlvo commlttee. A Wonderful Saving. The larcest Methodlst church In Ooor gla caleulatcd to uso over ono hundred gallons of the usunl klnd of mlxed palnt ln palntlnr; thelr church. They used only 32 gallons of the LonR man & Martlnez Palnt mlxed w-lth 21 gallorts of llnseed oll. Actual 'cost' of palnt made was less than $1.20 pcr pal lon. Saved o-er elghty (JS0.00) dollars In palnt, nnd sot a blg donntlon beslde. KVEItY CIIUnCH wlll bo glven a llb cral nuantlty whenever they palnt. Jlany houses are well palnted wlth four Rallons of L. & M. and three ealions or llnseed oll mlxed therowith. Wears and covcrs llke cold. These celebrated palnts aro sold by Hobblns & Cowles, Brattleboro; ai. u. Wllllams, Putney, Vt. Detalls of Goodnow . Pearson's Mld Winter Clearance Sale on the 3d page of thls paper. ln Brattleboro, Jan. 6, a son, Gllbert Benjnmln, to Mr. nnd Mrs. Clark Hulett. In West Dummerston, u son to Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Pond. In West Guilford, Fob. 2, a son to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cox. In Jacksonville, Jan. 29, a son to Mr. and Mrs. John K. Coleman. ln Albany, N. Y Jan. 27, a son to Mr. and Mrs. Patrlck Gulheen nnd Brandson to Mr. and Mrs. John Gulheen of Brat tleboro. In Ilnrtstown, Pa Jan. 10, a daURhter, Dorolhy Haniet, to Edwln S. and Jennle Frances (Foskltt) Itayen. In Loomls, Wnah., Jnn. 19, a son to Wnlter W. and Llna Hunt Cloud. Auditorium - Brattleboro. OEO. U. FOX, MunitKCr. Saturday, Feb. 13. 10th Henil-Anuual Toiir. Tliooften hultatod but uevcr cimled LYMAN H. HOWE, W1M, I'HKSKN'T America's Greatest Exhibition of Moving Pictures An entlro newcolloctlon of srcat ecenos Controlled nnd oxhlbltod only by thls conimny. Tho wondors nf "The Unseon World." Tho soorcls of untuio i-ovealod, A new dcparturo In movhiR plctuics. Prices 50c, 35c, 25c. DhiKrnm of rcs-crved sonts at Connors'g New stnro. t'nlo oh.mis Tuesduy ove niiiR, Fob. U. Valentines, Valentines. AT WILCOX'S New York Bargain Store. Wo havo Just recelvcd n large nml bcautiful llne of Valentines. They are by far the llnest wo have ever had. Prices from two for a cent to 2. 3, 4, and 5 cents each up to 9S vents. Bo sure to see our llne. We know they wlll please you. WILCOX'S New York Bargain Store. Brattleboro, Vt. Orecnllcld, Mnfg. Japanese Art Wares. Mimle nml nrt aro n purt of educatlon, sii is tho knou'ledKe ot Jumn'g old arts. It hnpH.'nod in this leap year or 11104, sinco o;onlniroira!ore. . Jliiny attnietive corncrs aro ailded to your advuutaKe, both lor pleasure and study, Vlslt usoften and get aeiunhited with tlio wares at JAPANESE STORE, 20-28 .Muln Stieot-Oppositc Amorlcan Houso. In Brattleboro. Feb. 3, by Rev. B. Q. S. OsBOod, Frederick C. Alston and Lelln C. Kron, both of Greenfleld, Mass. In Marlboro, Feb. 3, by Rev. II. H. Shaw, Rollln D. Adams of Marlboro nnd Henrletta B. Strong of Brattleboro. In Townshend, Jan. 23, by Rev. E. A. Royal, Arthur Greenwood and Mlss Flor ence Kldder In Bellows Falls, Feb. 1, by Rev. J. T. Stocking, G. M. Doylo and Mlss Lena U Ramsey. In Bellows Falls, Feb. 4, by Rov. Fnther Revnolds, Mlchael Beasley and Mlss Ho nora I.oughlln. In North Walpole, N. H., Feb. 2, by Rev, Father Wllde, Patrlck Kelley and Mlss llannah Carroll. In North Walpole, N. II., Feb. 1. by Rev. Father Wllde, P. Glllman nnd Mlss Mary Mcl-aughlin. In Brattleboro, Feb 4. Charles W. Drown, 47. In Brattleboro, Jnn. 31, Arthur T. O'l.eary, 49. In Westminster, Jan. 28, C. S. Whit oker, 03, forrneily of Dummerston HIU. In South Newfane. Jan. 31, Lena K iim ,i,t.. nf linnrv TT. Inirrain. 35. ln Wilmington, Feb. 3, Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ulley uoya. In West Dover, Jan. 27, 'D. Warren Foye, 05, In Bellows Fnlls, Feb. 2, Hazel Bresee, ln Bellows Fnlls, Feb. 2, Mrs. Danlol Johnson, 82 . In Saxtons Rlver, Fob. 1, Charles Bath rle. Jn lllnsdale, N. II., Jan. 27, Mrs. Eme llne Peterson, 55. In Northfield, Mass., Jan. 30, John C. AVood, 79. , ln Northfield, Mass., Jan. 30, Danlel W. Burnham, 65, In Keene, N. II., Feb. 3, Morgan R. Stcbblns, 20. In Boston. Jnn. 31, Mrs. Sadle Nlchols, wlfe of Dudley Prescott, 29. t wf m..aa Tnn 9K Gftoree F. Hownrd, 51, formorly of Wlnchester, N, II. In NlaBara Falls, N. Y Jan. 22, Mrs. James I.abareo, formerly of Bellows Falls, in Baldwlnsvllle, Mass., Dec. 17, Nelson Ilvans, wldow of Edwln Gllson, a natlvo or Athens and a former resiuem oi tai mlnster. Sheriff's Sale. (T1AKEX I1Y VIIITL'K of an executlon in 1 tavorof tho Wlncliosler Niitltimil llank. of Winchcs cr. Now llatnnshire. vs. Alvln A. Lonir. of N'orthtleld. Massaehu-otts. issued upon n Judtfnient rcnclered ly tlio Ilonorable County Court withln and for the t'ouoty of windimm. iinii stato oi vennom. at ino ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 o i- l!t) tcrin tlioroof. and l)V tho dlroctlon of Clurk C. l'ttts. attorney lor said plaintllf ln said causc, levieil upon, and will be solil to satisfy the wuno at publlc auctlon at tho store or t . u. joimson, in tlio niineii uuunmR, so called, in Voinon. In suld Wlndhaiu County, tlio sald iircinlws hereliiattcrdescrltwd. on tho 23rd day of Fohruary. 11)01, at :! o'elook ln tho aucrnoon. rno loiiowuig uescnovo iiinn iinii prcmlscs of tho sald dcbtor, to wlt: Ileing all and tho samo premiH.'s convoyed by I.ucy A. Davls and Hcnry VT. Duvis to Mary M. Nyo by thelr deod. dutcd Octobor iH, 11W5, and recordcd In Ilook 12, pnRO 3(1 of tho 1-und Itecords of said Town of Vernon, sald roal estato belntr cituato in sald Town of Vernon, and bounded as sald town Is bounded. Uatcd at Brattleboro, vermont. tnis.-sui nay of IJecembor, A. I). U0. e. w. .MCULiL iiK, Jjepuiy Bnerui. M I L K P R 0 D U C E R A Bank for Farmers Paying between 25 and 50 per cent Is found lu Ilalry Tlpr Growcr and Dalry Calf Orowor. Kach takcs tho plneo of cream in skimmcd milk. Pnlry pg grow. crlsabunkthat novor falls. I'ut your mon. ey In lt. Ilnth aro gnod Insuriiuvo ngalnst loss by dlsease. DON WILDER. HAWLEY. DURING THE MONTH OF FEBRUARY THIS ONE THING WE D0. WE "HAMMER AWAY" At the Most Thoroughgoing, Complete, and All-Around Clear-Up Sale We Have Ever Attempted. Feb'y 5. Final Clearance of Women's Tailor-Made Suits, Outside Garments, and Children's Coats. CASH will do wonders now in every department. Tomorrow we offer a counterful of Women's Cot ton Underwear which has become soiled or tumbled by window or counter dis play, at a reduction from price of f resh goods that will more than pay for laundry. This is a general clearing up ti-me preparatory to opening Spring fabrics. Another lot of feather stitched Tray Cloths, 18x27, at 12 l-2c. Cheney Bros. ' 21-in. Printed Pongee Silks, 37 1 -2c a yard. 15 yds. is enough for a dress pat tern ; costs only $5.63. Mill-End Table Damasks. 1 (All lllK'll.l 2- yanl lcnittlis. eiii'h - 75c 2 1-2 -yard IciiKtlis, euch 95c 3- d lonxth. each $1.19 Bleached and Cream ( Table Damasks & Napkins of all grades at cut prices during clearance sale. N. I. HAWLEY This tells the whole story and our customers know what it means. Our advertisements of this sale the past two weeks have brought to our store a large number of people who have looked over the broken lots, have made their own selections, and have gone away with good goods under their arms, and good money in their pockets. There is still ample opportunity for you to do the same thing. The sale offerings have been arranged in 20 different lots, plainly priced, so that customers can see at a glance just what they are, but, besides this, the old rule holds good: " If.you don't see what you want, ask for it." In other words, the basis of this sale is just this : We are going to have a clean stock of goods, and room on our shelves for our great opening of spring goods March i, at whatever cost to us. What we ask of our customers, therefore, is that they make their wants known in the way of money-saving footwear, and we will surely meet them. Don't Be Afraid to Ask Us for Whatever You Want. BUY RUBBER GOODS NOW. There has been a sharp advance in rubber goods, but for the present we shall sell at the old prices. It is a good time therefore, for you to buy for future use, whatever you are likely to want in the way of rubber footwear, including especially the unequaled "BALL BAND" and "HOOD RUBBER" line. Remember "Brattleboro" lce Creepers are the best. Sure, convenient, and cost only 25c. BRATTLEBORO, I vermont. jyUll XJLJLUA. 1lViV JL J.XJXVWl Wall Paper. We have received over 4000 rolls of new papers, and prices on all our last season's goods have been clipped one-third to one-half, so if you are thinking of papering this spring, come to us for the best values. F. D. MORRIS&Co. The Brattleboro China Store. E DG ETT &, CO. Real Estate For Bnle, 10 ncro fnrm. Houso nnd harn und runnlng wator. $000, $350 down. Bend for llst. GEO. S. WILLIS, Successor to A. F. Wilder, Manufaoturor of Wood Coat, Pant and Skirt Hangers Dook Casc8. Desks and PiLuro Froraos. Ocncral Johhlnir ln Wood Work. 10 Flat St., " Brattleboro. MORAN &. COMPANY. Undertakers and Embalmers. 19 Matn atreet Tolephone conneotlon day or nlgnt. 8&rlSi-4 and 118-28. JOHN DUNLEAVY, Cuitom Tallor. Cleanslngf, nepatrlng and Presslng done to Order. Rythor Bulldlnu. UP one fl0ht- U Can't B N E W L I C E N S E In Two Places at Once. If you are behinda "New License Cigar" you are not behind the times. LEONARD & ROESS Ciuar Eraporlum. 10c 5c Flor Do Hosallnd Castlllo Alarm Doctor's Llttlo Favorlte Ilrooks Houso R. J. KIMBALL & CO. 7 Nassau Street, New York. More Than Thirty-Five Years Membership In The New York Stock Exchange. W. Eugene Kimball Leeds Johnson. 10 Ibs. Salt Pork for $1 .00 At the Brattleboro Market. " Brown, The Bondsman " And three other stories given away for the asking. H. E. TAYL0R & SON, Brattle boro, Vt. The Brattleboro Market Is ready for business. We shall sell our meat for Cash and shall make our prices such that it will be for your interest to trade with us. Orders called for and goods de livered. Farmers. We want your beef, pork, veal, lamb, poultry, eggs, beef hides, skins and pelts, and will pay top prices at The Brattleboro Market, ist door north of American House, Brat tleboro, Vt. , , January 15, 1904. x Eat, Drink and Be Merry Says the Epicurean. Most people, however, in this age of fast living Eat, Drink and Are Miserable. P U R E L E A F The proper way to follow the advice of the epicure is to eat proper food. Pure Leaf Lard is proper food. It is as much superior to ordinary lard as j?or terhouse stake is superior to round stake. L A R D Unlike the ordinary lard it con tains no impurity. It may cost more but the benefit is yours. Tb0 GRANGE STORE, Elllot Strect. For your Cough, Cold, orSore Throat, Compound Syrup White Pine with Tar, Diamoud Itottlc. nimmntpod. fSf" If not tho best cough cure you cvcr tricd, brin? bnek tho bottlo and Kot your money. Only 25 cents. Brooks House Pharmacy. F REE TRIP! ST. LOUIS FAIR. Llmltcd number. Writo at onoo! Marsh Wyman Corporatlon. Journal llullding, Iloston, Miiss. H. E. BOND & CO. Funeral Dlrectors and Furnlshers. 17 Maln Street, Brattleboro, Vt. We have just made an advantageous purchase, from a Bankrupt Stock, of SMYRNA RUCS 1 in carpet sizes which we will sell at the following low prices : 9x6 - - $8.00 10-6x7-6 - ' - $11.87 ' 12x9 - - . $15.98 As these are values that can never be duplicated it will pay to buy for future use. We also succeeded in securing a lot of BODY BRUSSELS SAMPLES which are so desirable for rugs. 58c for 5-8 wide. 79c for 3-4 wide. A big lot of nice Fiber Rugs, 6x3, 88c, EMERSON & SON. Z&X Everythlng for Housekeeplng. ton, N. Y., nnd bo suro BRATTLEBORO, VT nnd lalest medicino, whio $1.00 bottks. A