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THE VERMONT PHCENIX, BRATTLEBORO, ERIDAY DEOEMBER 30, 1904.
BRATTLEBORO PERSONAL. I . 1 " Cicorgo a. l'orry roturneil Tucsday frnm Uost.m, whore lio spont sovernl lnys Tu,s,ly fop n vlRlt ot 8eVo.nl dayi. Hls lnotlior, 1 a. linrncs, over Sunday l-.riu'st Arnold returned Tuesilnv fmm n Mslt t hl. homo In Stookb,M Mns" Mrs. l.'1-nnk II. llownrd nnd dam-l.i. iajn wuu rciativts IIukI. Vcllp, of tho frolRht ofllce foico ZSrlHtmna nt 1,18 Mih. Qeorgo II. Itydor wont Tucsday to nryant." W d"5'S w,th "or ' Milton XV. Pierco of tho Unlverslty of Ml JeMo Gicbb is nctlnc llbrnrlan SiU". dur,n" the "b " Miss Kloronco IJrocklnBton wont to rsiocn old todny to apeml Sunday wltl. JIIss lluth Carson. ltoy I'lslier, who was oporntod upon for SSSESlJ'w "i rcc,on"'' vlJ Mnln stroot frlemlrt wcdnosday. Jtr. nnd Mrs. Jnhn I.onB wont to Ash-licl-.t t spend the holldaya nt Mrs Loiib h former homo. John C. llcaphy, wl,o Is studyliIB law in M)W oik olty, cnmo homo Saturday to spend a wook or moro. . ,lIn,slu'11 AiiBiist llohdo wont to inklnslmrs, I'n., Wcdnosday to sot up nn fcstoy plpe onsnn. Mr. nnd Mrs. Davld S. Cnroy wont to Gaidnor fenturday to vlait nt Mrs. Caroy's fornior homo over Sunday. Mlss Mnrnaret Donnody, bookoopor for Iloldcn & Mnrtln, wns nt her homo In Derby, Conn., over Chrlstmns. Hr. and Mrs. J. U. Donnclly of Gnrdnor vlslted nt tho homo nf Mrs. Donnolly'a fnthor, Jnmea Bowlor, over Sundny. .lamos Dunloavy of Haitford, Conn.. and Mlss Nelllo Dunleavy of Iloston spcnt Chrlstmns nt thelr homo on Ilarris plnce. Itov. n. K. Marvln left Brattleboro yos terdny for n vlslt In New Yoik boforo takliiB up tho dutiea of hls new pastorato in I'ranklln, Mnaa. llnrry Toomoy, cloik In tho Hotcl Mnn hattan, In New York, spent Chrlstmns nt tho Hrooks IIousc, whero ho formorly wns a bell boy. Mrs. Hclle F. SnoVc nnd Mlss Myrtle Slbliy of Northampton wero Chrlstmns guesls of Mrs. Samuel Knlght and Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred S. Knlght. Mr. and Mrs. S. V. KdBCtt spont Chrlst mns wlth Sherman Warren In West Au burn. Mnss. Mrs. Edgett returned Tues day, but Mr. Edgett wont to Boston for a day. Mlss Johnnnn Sullivan, a student nurso In St. Luke's hospltal in Sprlngflcld, Mnss., vlslted nt the homo of her father, Mat thlas Sullivan, on "Wllliams strcct Sun day nnd Monday. Joseph XV. Mnrtln, E. J. Lavclle, B. T. niley, D. F. Ulley, D. F. Shea, T. A. Aher, J. B. Dunleavy, Barney Wynn and D. S. Caroy went to Springfleld, Mnss., Wedncsday as member3.of Leo councll, Knlghts of Columbus, to wltncss the cxempllficatlon of tho thlrd deBree by Dr. Ilnnrahnn of Boston unuer tho nuspices of the Homo Clty councll In clty hall. There wero nbout 40 candldatcs. Advertlsed Letters. Men Roy A. Bean, W. J. Grny, 2. Womcn Mrs. May Grlmes, Mlss Ethel Hall, Mrs. XV. E. Kelley, Mlss Bulah Wll liams, Mrs. II. A. Wllliams. To fllt awny on n mldwlnter transat lnntlc trlp once wns a token of flnan clal caslness, but nowndays tho Breat ma Jority of thoso who flll up tho llsts of outBolnB llners nro nlechnnlcs nnd farm hands, laborers on our streots nnd rall roads, frult venders nnd organ Brlnders forelRiiers who have saved nnd sklmped and scraped up enough to enable them to spend Chrlstmns ln Norway nnd Sweden, Austria, Gormany and Itnly. Thls year's e'xodus has bcen Breater than-ever be cause of the rnto wnr betwccn tho Breat Ilnes, whlch ls so far from settlement that tho steernBO rato to EnKllsh ports ls $13 a passcnger. Tho losses suffered by tho flBhtlng llneS, tho prlnclpal of whlch aro tho White Star nnd Cuuard Ilnes, aro cstlmated at $5,000,000. Tho widow of Presldent Benjamln Ilar rlson hns placed In hls memory n win dow In tho Flrst Presbyterlan church of Indlnnapolls. In Jacksonville, Dec. 23, n dnuBhter to Mr. and Mrs. Georgo II. Coleman. In Brattleboro, Dec. 27, by Bov. F. XV. Lewis, Frank L. Tuttle nnd Mlsa Mary Katherlno Goodwln, both of Weathers field. In Bellows Falls, Dec. 27, by Rev. F. L. Leavitt, Frank Jones of Boston nnd Car ollne Burton of Rockingham. In Rendsboro, Dec. 21, by Rev. W. A. Davlson of Burlington, Willlam II. Cooley of Buffalo, N. Y and Mlss I-ula Boyd of Readsboro. In Wllmlnston, Dec. 21, by Rev. J. A. Mltchell, Fred Byron Chapmnn nnd An nio Jnne Slmpson, both of Wardsboro. In Cnmbrldgoport, Dec. 2G, at the homo of tho groom's sister, Mrs. Charles Taylor, by Rov, F. D. Goodrlch, Ernest II. San ders nnd Mrs. Jennle Blckford, both of Amsterdnm, N. Y, In Chesterflold, N. II.. Dec. 23, by Rev. Mr. Jones, Wnlter L. Butler of Chester lleld nnd Allco Bonnett of Wcstmoreland. In Bristol, Vn., Dec. 21, by Rev. T. S. Russell, rector of Immanuel church, Alex ander C. Wnlkcr of Farloy, Iowa, nnd Mlss Mary D. Mlllcr of Dummerston, Vt. pcntlts. In Brattleboro, Dec. 25, Lieut. Georgo H. Burns, 71. In Bellows Falls, Dec. 22, Willlam Mor gan Lovell, 78. In Hlnsdale, N. II., Dec. 29, John Wes ley Jeffords, 51 ycars and 8 months. In .Alstend, N. H Dec. 22, Mrs. Ella Dunham Porter, wlfo of Georgo J. Porter, 55 in Hlnsdale, N. H., Dec. 25, Charles M. Tyler, a nntlvo of Wardsboro. Burlal ln Wllllamavllle. In Keene, N. II.. Dec. 20. Mrs. Ellen E. Prntt, wlfe of Georgo II. Pratt, formerly of Bellows Falls, G7. , In Somervllle, Masa., Dec. 21, Loulae, daughter of AUlson nnd Angonetto (Car pcnter) Bradeen, 7 months. In Worcester, Jlass., Dec. 22, Rosa, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Bostwlck, 22. The New York Trlbune Farmer. -vtu..nA eacmp linn no sunerlor ' nnywhero in thls wide world aa a publj- does not. to be sure, tell how to extract creen checso from tho moon. but -overy-thtng worth knowlng about the theory or practlce of farmlng ls treated by men recognlzed ns oxperts in thelr vnrlous Ilnes. mu ine i nu"" r ... moro thnn supply such valuablo Infor- matlon. It keeps the farmer ln toucn wun nll the Iate3t Improvemenia uy u.. I plcturcs. nnd pays s'peclal nttentlnn to : xvr.ru holncr rtnnn in nCTlculturnl col- lcges nll over tho country. Besldcs nll thls It nns feaiures 10 iuieii.-oi. .." 1 1. ri'i. .. i i ti n v.nr. For a free copy send a postal card to The New York UTrlbune, New York. At TARDINE & CO.S iJI SUCCESS0RS TO N. I. HAWLEY. THE AWNUAL Midwinter Sale BEGINS Saturday, Dec. 31. BEHOLD ! The Final Stage ! A Clean Sweep of Remnants, Odds and Ends. SACRIFICING! Odd Lots, Short Lengths, Soiled Goods, and Regular Goods at lessened prices. They are small leavings from the great selling of the past few weeks, and are offered to you white they last at prices that savor more of giving than selling. Big game awaits the man or woman who hunts for bargains. Coats and Suits. The entire stock must be cleared to raake room for our Spring Goods. Coats that fornifi ly soll for $." a) and S7..V. toclnsc, .... , $2.50 Coats tlmt fnrmerly f old for $10 and SI2..VI, tocloso, - - $5.00 Coats that lnrincrly sold for 812.50 nnd ?1.", toclose, - - - $7.50 Coats that formerly sold for $15 and $.D. toclose. ... $10.00 Jfear Seal Coats, Sklnner satin linliw, weie $12.50, tocloc, - $25.00 Sulta that formerly sold for ?10 to $15, toclose. - - $5.00 Sults that tormerly sold for ?l3i0 to 17.50, toclose, ... $7-50 Sults tlmt formerly sold for $S0 to $25, , toclose, - $10.00 Dress Skirts. The prices on these skirts are the magnet of trade. Every remaining skirt at a decided reduction to close. Silk Department. More tliau .VUynrtU of Clicncy's printcd fou hirds, new SprltiB pattern?: vnlue.Wc. Inthissale, - 39c Seoteli plnld sllks, sultublo for walsts, were t9c, now - . 39c EverwearsiK'clal lluinKsllk. wns 50c. now .... 45c Cottons. Blankets, A lot Hiibjei t to inaiiurauluieis' iinporfectlons nt l-!l lev tliau 111110. Small Wares' Dept. Clnrk's spoid cotton. odd numlers only, In blauk nnd white. 2 for 3e. Aluiuliuuu tlilintiles. le. Sarety I'lns, le eard. I.ndies' sideelaties, value20ii, sale prlce lOe. I.udles' sldo elastlts, valuo 2.V, salo piieo l.V. Ilalr ins, vnluu 5e, salo prlce. two for .V. Sllkatecn, value 5o. snlu prlce le. Laces and Trimmings. Here's where the Bargains are ripest. Laeo ifalloons, white nnd eeru, sale prlco !l l-2e value So nnd l.V. I'lnt vals, 5o. 8e, 10c. vnluo 10c. 20c. 25c. l'olnt do Vcnlsc laces, snlendid assortmcnts of pattcrns. 12 l-2e nnd 13c yard, valuo src. Wood tlbro trlmuiliiKS. very deslrnble for nutklni? fancy collars. salo prlce 23e. vnluo itlo. Ladies' Underwear. Five doz. llntinclctto nlght Bowns, wero 50c, salo prlie, - . . 49 c Lndles' wool ribbed vests nnd pants, were 750, sulo prlce, -Ladlrs' rlbbcd unlon sults. weio Hto, sale prlce. ... Ch.'lilrcn's Jerscy vests, wero 25c, sale prlce, . . . I.adlcV Jerscy rlblicil vests and pants, wero 50c, salo prlco 59c 75c 19c 39c Hosiery. Special prices on Cottons durin the sale. Heuvy hrown cotton, ! Inches, 5c, worth (I M Contlncntal C fl l-2c, worth Rc. Frult of the I.oom, 7c, worth 9c. Wash Goods. One caso apron BliiKliams, valuo 7c, salo prlce 5c l'rlnts, all klnds in thls .ale, value 7c, snlc prlco 4 l-2c. Whlto nnd colored llannoiotto, value 8c, sale prlce 0 1.4c. Fur Dept. Furs In thls sale, value $15 to $20, now $10 Men9' mi.xcd cotton Iiose, 5e nnd 8 Nlc, were 8c nnd 10c. len's black and tan cotton hose. extrn hcavy, s 1I0 prUe, 12 1.2c ChiUlren's riblK.'d ho-c, valuo 12 l-2e, salo prlce. 10c. Chlldieu's riblicd hose. valuo 25c, salo prke. 19o. Men's Underwear. -Men's llcece llneil shlrts and drnwers, 39c, vnluo 50c. Handkerchiefs. All the mussed handherchiefs from the Xmas rush. Lot 1, 8c and 10c klnds, salo prlce, each, 5c Lot 2, 12 l-2e, 15c nnd 20o klnds, now each, 10c Lot 3, 37 l-2c nnd 50c klnds, each, - 25c For Sal Thirty-five of the best heavy acclimated horses ever in my stable. G. E. GILMAN. SEE OUR DISPLAY OF Apollo Chocolates. "The kind that are different." ln packages from 25c to $6.00. Perfumes. Toilet Waters. Our Hne the largest ever shown ln town. We carry only best makes. COME IN and look at our complete Hne of choice Toilet Artlcles and Toilet Accessorles, handsome ly displayed in new plate glass cases. BROOKS HOUSE PHARMACY. STENOGRAPH ER and TYPEWRITER. MISS EDITH S. FAR R, 6 Crosby Block. Post Holiday Reductions In many lines offer opportunities that are unexcelled, in picking up goods at figures much lower than before Christmas. Odd lots of Toys, Fine Srationery, Leather Goods and Books show some deep cuts in prices, and the lines of Fine Calendars are on sale at from 3 to 25 cents. A store inspection at this time will prove most interesting. 1 HENRY R. JOHNSON, 313-315 Main St., Springfleld, Mass, STATIONERY BCOKS ' PICTURES You Are Guaranteed Perfect Satisfaction If You Employ G. P. MILLER To Attend Your Auction. Connccted wlth I.oiiK Dlstanco Tolcphono. Vrco servlco. 0STEH ntlNTINO A 8PECIALTY. Ii. li.HILDUETH & CO. A Strong, Clean, Able Newspaper Vigilant in the Servlce of the People Springfleld Republican (MASSACHUSETTS.) Representing Progressive New England. Establlshed In 1824 by Samuel Bowles.' DAILY (Mornlno), t3 SUNDAY, $2; WEEKLY, 1. The ltepubllcan strlves constantly to lccamo better, moro Inter esting nnd moro uscful to Its growlng constltuency1. Its local nnd gcncral newa servlce ls stcadlly Improvlng. Its department of Outdoor Sports has boen much oxpanded and ls now one of tho dlstlnctlvo features of the papcr. Its Llternry department ls well malntalned nt the hlgh stnndard whlch It long ngo nttalned. SIuslc nnd tho Urama both rccclvo llbcral nttcntlon nnd expcrt treatment. Women's special Intcrests aro carofully and Intel llgently consldcred. Tho Hepubllcan's ndltorlal page ls recognlzed ns ono of tho best In the country, nnd probably none other ls so wldcly quotcd. It reprcsents Indo pendent nnd philosophlc thoughf on tho issuos of tho tlmes. It stnnds for Justlce and tho search for truth. It ls a falthful nnd confldent oxponent of progressive democrncy. Tj-pographlcally the Republican ls made clean nnd handsome for tho comfort of lts readers nnd tho advnntngo of Its advcrtlsers. THE 6UNDAY REPUBLICAN ls attractlvely Ulustrated and ls rlch ln excellent llternry fcntures. THE WEEKLY REPUBLICAN presents nn Intelllgcnt, carcful grouplng of tho best featurea of tho Dally nnd Sunday Issues, Includlng two pages pf dltorlals, at n very small prlce'. DAILY, $8 a year, ?2 a quarter, 70 cents a month, 3 cents a copy. SUNDAY, $2 a year, 50 cents a quarter, 5 cents a copy. WEEKLY, S1 a year, 25 cents a quarter, 10 cents a month, 3 cents a copy. Speclmen coples of elther edltlon sent free on appllcatlon.. The Weekly Republican wlll be sent free for one month to any one who wlshes to try It. All subscriptlons are payable In advance. Address THE REPUBLICAN, SPRINGFIELD. MASS. ' The World's Work. The Magazine which tells of the progress of the world through wonderful pict ures and terse articles. DOUBLEDAY, PAGE & COMPANY NEW YORK. N. B. ANDREW CARNEGIE says : "I think THE WORLD'S WORK remarkable." BEWARE! Of any unauthorized person who claims to repre sent the Union Publishing Company. Of any person who claims to have purchased the business of the Union Publishing Company. Of any person who claims that the Union Publish ing Company will not oublish a Directorv of Brattleboro and adjoining towns. 1 The Truth ! The Union Publishing Company has never author ized any person to represent them except their regular employes. Their business is not for sale and never has been. They will publish a Directory of Brattleboro and adjoining towns in the same thorough manner as heretofore, with additional territory and such other useful information as may be suggested during the canvass, and'of value to the merchants and public in general. Any person who calls at your place of business or residence for the Union Publishing company will carry with them a card authorizing them to obtain information or patronage. This card will be signed by the Union Publishing Company, Charles M. Barnard, Treasurer. The Brattleboro House Guide was introduced in Brattleboro for the first time by us, and is a feature that only 12 other directories in New England have. This innovation added greatly to the usefulness of the bock, was made at a large additional expense to the publishers and will be continued in our next directory. The Union Publishing Company is incorporated under the laws of Massachusetts and has been publishing directories for 20 years. This fact should be a sufficient guarantee that whatever promises are made will be carried out. ClearanceSale Prdvious to stock taking we shall clean up our entire stock of Seasonable Merchan dise at a great reduction. The following are but a few of the many bargains offered. SUITS All Wool Cheviot Suits in black and blue, have sold all the season at $10, special ...... $7.98 Novelty Suits, satin lined, well made, nobby styles, have sold at $15, special Heavy Black Cheviot Suits, 3-4 coat, taffeta lined, have sold at $23, special . $13.98 Black Cheviot and Novelty Cloth Suits, have sold at $19 and $20, special $12.98 COATS Tourist Coats in variety of mixtures of brown and grey, have sold at $6.00, special ... . . . . $4.98 Full Length Tourist Coat in mannish mixtures, have sold at $10, special $7.98 Tourist Coats in 3-4 length, blue and grey mixtures, velvet trimmed, good value at $12.50, special .... $9.89 FURS Isabella Fox Scarfs, squirrel lined, good value at $4.98, offered in this sale, special ...... $3.98 Sable Opossum Scarfs, six tails, good heavy scarfs, have sold at $5, special $3.90 Isabella Fox Scarfs, brush tails with cord, have sold at $10, special $7.00 W A I STS Our bargain counter of Waists is an attraction for those wanting good wa.'Ms for a little money. Flannel Waists in all wool and superfine flanr.t 1, also French and Scotch flannel, all in this lot marked down from $1 0 and $2.25, special at 98c to $1. . J J. E. MANN. Good Value in Books A Holiday Specialty At CLAPP & JONES 'S. A GOOD RESOLUTION To Make on the Advent of the New Year: "From this time forth I will make the store of Fred S. Knight my source of supply for everything needed in Footwear." Perhaps you are already among my regular cus tomers, and if so, I heartily thank you. for your patronage. If you have never given me the privilegc of serving you, may I say simply this: It is my constant endeavor to fumish only honest goods at reasonable prices, and I am confident one trial will convince you of the success of my efforts. FRED ,S. KNIGHT, RETAIL SHOE DEALER. Poster Printing a Specialty. Good work and prompt service. E. L. HILDRETH & CO. O PER CENT Discount on all the MISSION FURNITURE Now on our Floor. These are all desirable pieces consisting of CHAI'RS TABLES ROCKERS DIVANS CARD TABLES CHAFING DISH CABINETS CLOCKS BOO'K CASES STANDS SCREENS t Purchased last fall for our holiday trade. It is to your advantage to investigate this offer. EMERSON & SON, Everything for Housekeoplnn. 2 qnd 4 Maln Street. Brattleboro, Vt. I i J. 8 i at 13 ta I