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THE VERMONT PHGENIX, BRATTLEBORO, ERIDAY, APRIL 22, 1904.
THE O. J. PRATT. Greatest Price Inducements On Exclusive Styles in Ladies7 Coats, Suits, Skirts, Waists & Waist Suits IN BOTH SILK & WASH MATERIALS, NOW BEING OFFERED. A chance for large savings by making your selection of Summer Garments from our very large and attractive stock, at the special prices we have made to render them more attractive than ever. Special attention has been given to the selection of styles that are most sought after in the New York market, and in making the prices have taken into con sideration that a great many incomes have been re duced within the last few months, and have cut the margin of profit to the very lowest notch possible, so that all may find something to please within their price limit. We sell the Waldorf Shirt Waists and Suits, the Astoria and W. B. Silk Waists, and the Joseph A. Morris Silk Waist Suits, which are the popular lines with the New York trade, and with the low prices which we have made on each of them they should prove the leaders in our own market. O - J. P R Al r. Fashion's Springtime Display g HinSchaffacr V Mux j lIindTnIorcd HORSES COMING Family Horses-Good Drivers-Good Workers These horses were personally selected by John Todd, the expert buyer, in St. Lawrence County, New York, and they will arrive at my stable and be ready for inspection Monday, April 25. Ready for the season with everything in the way of wagons and carriages. HENRY R. BROWN, Liveryman. OldRayStand. Main Street. JSivtUs. In West Brattleboro. April 21, a daugh ter to Mr. and Mrs. H. I!. Hnus. , In Bellows Falls. April 15, n daughter to Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Dennison. In Bellows Falls. April 13, a daughter to Jlr. and Mrs. C. N. Shaw. In Saxtons Ulver, April 17, a son to Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Dwlnnell. In South Vernon. April 1S, a son to Mr. and Mrs. John Murphy. In Glens Falls, X. Y.. a daus'nter to Dr. and Mrs. Dolan. and Krandduugliter to J. C, Day of Bellows Falls. In Amherst, Mass., April 13, n son, George Henry, to Fred and Mary (Winn) Johnson. In Xew York clty, April 19, a snn, nor ton Charles, to Mr. and Mrs. C. I Grif fln. In Chester, Mass., April 1", a son, John Graham, to Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. l'er klns. In Northfield, Mass.. April 13, a daugh ter, Kathleen Annle, to Ilev. and Mrs. G. Campbell Morgan. In Brattleboro. April 20, by Rev. O. F. Koch, Algot Lnrson and Mlss I.illtan Swanson, both of Brattleboro. In Brattleboro, April 16, by Rev. E. Q. S. Osgood, Alonzo T. Stowe nnd Mrs. Au gusta A. Morse, both of Brattleboro. In Dummerston, April 20, by Rev. W. P. Jackson, J. 13. Johnson of Vernon and Mis.s Margaret E. Spauldlng of Dummers ton. In South Vernon, March 30, by A. A. Dunklee, Esii Luke M. Thornton and Mlss Addlo L,. Shearer, both of Greenfield, Mass. In Hlnsdale, N. II., April 16. by Rev. W. F. White. August Adolph Albert Boldt of Blnghamton, X. Y and Mls Mary Grace Day of Hlnsdale. In Swanzey, X. II., March 9, by Rev, Luclen C. Klmball, George C. Brown and Mlss I.ula A. Frentlce, both of Swanzey. In Southport, Conn., April 14, by Rev, X. Fay Smlth of East Xorthflcld, Mass., Paul Dwight Moody of East Xorthneld and Mlss May IIull of Southport. catlis. In Brattleboro, April 19, Mrs. Betsey Tyler Wehtherhead. 82. ' Irt Brattleboro, April 19, Hazel Ellza beth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.' Charles E Downer, 1 year, 11 months, 8 days. .In Brattleboro, April 19, Jamea Perley Klngsley of Xew Haven, Vt.i 27. In Rockingham, April 19, Joslah B. Dlvoll. 71. .. . i ,r In Bellows Falls, April 15, Daniel Mac- Gregor, 66. In Bellows Falls. April 14, Ira Earle, ,0. In Bellows Falls, April 15, Xellle M. Mack, 16. In Westminster, April 14, Henry Page, 84 in Whitingham, April 16, Calvin Baker, 67. In Putney, April 18, John Xewton Un derwood, 72. . In South Xewfane, April 15, Mrs. Ldwin Hoyt, 00. . In South Newrane, Apni 10, ir. l. Bruce, wldow of Ell Bruce, 78. In West Dummerston, April 16, Xelson In Chester; April 16, Allco Antoineue, 8, wife of Leroy I1, Benspn, and grand- Otto Lotten 13, John II. daughter of Jonathan nnd I.ucy W. In gram. late of Marlboro. In West Xorthneld, Mass., April 20. Rufus King Caldwell, 73. In Rlverslde, Mass., April 11, Mrs. Fan nle A. (Eames) Streeter, S0, wife of Deacon Royal C. Streeter, a natlvo of Whitingham. In Keene, X. II., April 12 mayer, 73. In Keene, X. II., April Spalter, 92 years, 3 months. In KaiKlerdalc, x. .. April 1j. Henry llobart Porter, a native of Bellows Falls, 4. In Putnam, Conn., April 1C, Mrs. Sarali Aldrlch, wife of Moses AUlrich, formerly of Wllllamsvllle. , In Xew Haven, Conn., In a hospltal. April 20, Edwin Ktaik, 22, younger son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Leavltt I.. Stark of Dummerston. In Brockton, Mass., April li, James I.. Houghton, 67, formerly of Brattleboro. SAXTONS RIVER. George Tasker, now of Boston, was In town Monday. J. C. Taft of Townshend was nt E.' P. Taft's Tuesday, E. A. Douglass of Sttrllng. Conn., is nt Harry Klmball's. Plastcrinc was begun on tho new hotel jesterday by Tower & Gale, Herbert Johnson has moved to one of Mrs. Piddoek's tenenients on Main street. Edward Klng went to lils home ln I,el- nnon, X. II., Saturday, returnlng Monday. Tne ladles' soclety of the Baptlst church liad a supper at the vestry Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. ICdwnrd V. Earle and Mlss Edlth Earle of Rutland vlslted nt E. P. Taft's Monday. Rnlph Home, one of tho students who was so 111 with pneumonla, went last week to bls home ln Boston. Durlng the past few days the Odd Fel lows' hall and Osgood's barber shop have been ulred for electrlc llghts. Fellx Patnode hns moved to hls houso In Cambrldgepqrt, und wlll drlve from there to the woolen mlli, where he works. Mr. Hoyt, who had hls garden partly planted, must have been surprised last Saturday mornlng to flnd nine Inclies of snow on tho ground. Mrs. Xellle Jolly of Keene has been vlsitlng at Mrs. Frank Belden's, and is now vislting her two boys, Gardner nnd Roy, at the Warncr home. Forty-nlne niembers of the Odd Fel lowa lodge of Bellows Falls vlslted the local lodgo Tuesday evening and worked the second degree. The work was done ln flne order, and the offlcers woro their new regalia, Interestlng remarks were made by members of both lodges, nnd a lunch was served, followed by singtng by the Bellows Falls lodge. The company re turned homo nt 12 o'clock. MILLINERY We couple your idea with our experience, and the re sult is A PERFECT RAT The Stock Is Up-to-Date and we add to it nearly every day. Just Give Us a Call. MRS. G. H. SMITH, B5 Main Street. Milliner and Hajrdresser. gooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooow 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Q 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Q 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Reliable Clothiers, Hatters and Outfitters. )C soooooooooooo ooooooo ooooooooooooooo Peerless Exhibit of Smart Clothing for Men, Boys and Children. An early and oft-repeated visit to our establishment will insure a liberal education in all that fashion demands for the coming year. You will find this store the home of the best clothing made, and at prices of amazing lowness, commer cial value considered. SUITS $8.00, $10.00, $12.00, $13.00, $14.00, $15.00, $16.00, $18.00. Ceprrltfat 14 by Uirt Sehtffocr A Htrx Headquarters Our Spring Hats New Spring Negligee The Largest Line for Fowne's Gloves. are trade winners Shirts at 50, 1, 1 .50. Fancy Vests, Separate Nono better at any prlcc. at S1.00, S2.00 and S3.0O. Cholcest sclcctlons in town. Trouscrs at $1 to S5 ever shown. If you wish to realize good results, trade here. We lead where others f ollow. E E. PERRY & CO. A Grouchy Husband Will recover his sweet disposition if these are on the breakfast table : Our celebrated Private Plantatlon Coffee, 35c, 3 pounds for $1.00. Our dellclous New York self-rals-Ing Buckwheat Flour, 15c, 20c, and 25c package. Our guaranteed Pure Maple Syrup and Sugar, 10 to 15c pound. Our new cereal, "LUCK," 10C, 3 packages for 25c. Let us take the contract for keeping your family in good humor with our dainty viands. We are oSering some good values this coming week to close out odd lots. A. F. ROBERTS & -CO. GR0CERS. Advertlsed Letters. Men Frank W. Clark, E. Damon, M. B. Johnson, B. C. Mason, Alton Itoyce, Fred Itlng, Henry Scovllle, Jnck Shafford. Women Mlss Allco Fleld, Mrs. For est Vose. Reporta from Dawson say that tho Klondike wlll produco at lcast $10,000, 000 of gold tjds season and that the Nome product wlll lncrease this total several mtllions more. FRED CRESSY, Real Estate Broker. Agent for the Prudential Life Insurance Co. I want to be your Auctioneer. Anything Sold Anywhere. Office 4 Ryther Bulldlng, BRATTLEBORO, VT, 10 Ibs. Salt Pork for $1 .OO At the Brattleboro Market. " Brown, The Bondsman " And three other stories given away for the asking. II. E. TAYLOR & SON, Brattle boro, Vt. Orthopedic or nature shape shoes are practical ideas embodied in footwear, giving perfect freedom and comfort to the feet and being especially desirable for growing children, whose bonesand muscles need opportunity for unrestricted development. I have just added a line of high grade vici kid lace ' shoes, with patent tips, genuine Goodyear welt soles and made on a medium Orthopedic last, which will sell for $2.00 in the Misses' sizes and $1.50 in the Children's. Also a new style of Infants' "perfect form" vici kid shoes, with wide, sensible toes and selling at $1.25. These new lasts have all the gracefulness of out line and perfect fitting qualities possessed by the finest shoes for adults, and will immediately com mend themselves to parents as well as to the little people. Other lines of misses', children's and infants' shoes of sterling value, ranging in price from $1.50 to 50c. FRED S. KNICHT Retail Shoe Dealer. SEEDOATS Early in the season we secured samples of the best oats from dif ferent sections of the country and then submitted them to the Ex periment Station that they might test them and decide which were the best for this soil and climate. Endorsed by Experiment Station. We now have their report which says that the oats we secured in New York state are the best. We have 2000 bushels of these oats which we now offer to our customers at prices that are right- We also have one car of Michigan Seed Oats to offer to those who prefer the western seed, weighing 38 pounds per bushel and testing 98 per cent. Grass Seeds and Fertilizers. VALLEY GRAIN COMPANY. Cold Comfort Poster Printing. We have a special equlpment for this class of work by far the largest and best ln this part of New England, as suting attractive and effectlve display. We fill all orders promptly. E. L. HILDRETH &. CO. Harmony Bulldlng, Brattleboro. Revision of Check List. The Uoard of nallllTa and Civll Aulhorlty wlll raeet at tho otllce of Ilucon & llooker, batur dny, Airll ao, at 7:J0 o'clock p. m., to mako any neccssary chnnges ln tho Check Llst to uo used ut tbo annual Villago Meotlng, to bo hold Tuesday, May 3, 1WM. Noimmes can Ihj put on the llst after this mectliiK. W. I). I'EItHY, Villago Clerk. llrattleboro, April 11, 1WM. JOHN DUNLEAVY, Custom Tallor. Cloanslng, nepalrlng and Preeelng done to Order. Ryther Bulldlng. v Up ono fllaht Eddy Only! We've looked into all of the leading Refrigerators and personally tned a dozen of them ; but when it comes to warranting them to our custorners as being all that a refrigerator should be and nothing that it shouldn't be why then we fall back on the Eddy as the only one that we can safely guarantee. You can't go amiss on its reliable standard construction. It is dry, clean and odorless ; it will save on your ice bills enough to pay every cent of its extra cost in the first season of its use. Every size and style of Eddy can be bought here at bottom prices. EMERSON & SON, Everything for Housekeeping. 2 and 4 Main Street. Brattleboro Vt,