Express and Standard from Newport, Vermont on November 21, 1918 · 4
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Newport, Vermont
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Thursday, November 21, 1918
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4 EXPRESS AND STANDARD, NEWPORT, VT.. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER, 21, 1918 BUSINESS CARDS C. A. CRAMTON. M. D. Specialis Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat St. Johnsbury, Vt. Office over Postoffice, Main St. Office Hours: 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. Appointments for examination of the eyes for glasses can be made by letter ier telephone. apr. 29, 1917 PALACE of SWEETS Ice Cream and Confectionery Wholesale and Retail. Jan 1 18 J. E. RENIHAN LEO H. McIVER. D.O.S. OPTOMETRIST AND OPTICIAN Appointments can be made by mail or telephone to have examinations made of the eyes for glasses. Newport, Vt. Jan. 1-18 DR. LEON E. PAGE Osteopathic Physician OFFICE HOURS 9:00 to 12:00 a. m, 2:00 to 4:00 p. m. and by appointment. 37 COVENTRY ST. Phone 198. Oct 18, '17 MRS. M. E. BURNS. Newport Toilet Parlors -SHAMPOOING, MANICURING AND CHIROPODY. HAIR GOODS FOR SALE. Special attention given to treatment of Hair and Scalp. . telephone 238-4 49 Main Street Aug. 23-10 Miss Daisy May White Teacher of Elocution and Violin (Graduate of Mt. Ida School, Newton, Mass.) Studio: 783 East MainSt.Newport. Vt. Telephone 321. 3-tf ERNEST L. HUNT Specialist in Optometry Eyes tested Glasses fitted Lens grinding "209 Elm St. Newport, (East) Vt. Telephone 201-12 for appointment. r Dec. 12, 'i8p A. W.FARMAN Lawyer 'EXCHANGE BLOCK NEWPORT, VT. Telephone 318-2. Sept. 26, '19 pd ELECTRIC WIRING: -Day or contract work. Repair work promptly attended to. Feed E. Beauueu, 7-Main St. Telephone 14-4. 13-tf '16 BUSINESS LOCALS STORAGE:-C. A. BROWN. 27-tf.S STORAGE FOR FURNITURE:- Etc. C. F. Davis. ' 18-tf. FOR SALE:-300 cords of 4 f t wood. IL C. Wilson, Irasburg. 47 3tpd. WANTED: Washings to do. In-qisire of MRS. C. C. GraNDY, or phone jfel-ll. 47-ltpd. HARDWOOD FLOORING FOR SALE: Birch and Maple in stock at White's Shop, NewDort. 35-tf. FOR SALE: Oak lumber. Both Air dried and Kiln dried. White's Shop, Newport, Vt. Tel. 267-3. 28-tf. BURIAL LOTS FOR SALE: That (portion of our land bordering Pine Grove cemetery. John Brigham. 32- tf. FOR RENT: Cottage equipped for housekeeping; three minutes walk from beach. Apply Mrs. J. M. Brigham, Newport, Vt. ' 34 tf. FOR SALE:-12 horse power gasoline engine, run on magneto, friction pulley. For particulars address L. P. Aubin, ;Newport, Vt. 45-tf. FOR SALE: A few shares of the 'Capital Stock of the National Bank of Newport. Inquire of the Orleans Trust Co. , Newport, Vt. 47-2t. MARRY:-Thousands lonely, congenial members, worth $50,000 up, will marry. Descriptions FREE. Ralph Hyde, San Francisco, Cal. 43-6tpd. FOR SALE:-1 parlor stove, largest ticji Glenwood, almost new, used two jjEonths, burned one ton coal. Inquire sat 42 Third street. Tel. 212-21, New-sport. Vt. 47-ltpd. FOR SALE:-McKaskey Account Begister, quartered oak case, practically new. Suitable for grocery or market. This is a bargain. ARTHUR O. Norris, City. 32-tf- FOR SALE: 11 yearling heffers, with calt. Holstein and Jerseys. 2 yearling bulls, 1 pair matched black Jiorses, 1 family horse. 1 colt for sale. B. S. Curtis. Phone 272. 45-3t. FOR SALE:-Dwelling House in good repair, modern conveniences, barn, garden, etc. Situated on a large corner lot. Main St., West Derby. Inquire of Carl White, Newport, Vt. Telephone .267-11. 46 2t. NOTICE TO FORD OWNERS:-At Harrison's Ford Garage, they are ready to do repairing and overhauling at reasonable prices. Springs of all iTsakes made and repaired. Autumn and spring specialties and fire escapes. W. .J. Harrison, East End. 28-tf. ATTENDANTS WANTED: 'ijfon arA wnmfti wanted at Vermont ' State Hospital for the Insane, to-take positions as attendants. For those who eo desire, opportunity is offered to enter training school for nurses. For particulars apply Vermont State Hospital for the Insane,- Waterburv. Vt. 35-tf. FOR SALE: At the Roeder farm several good springers, also some new milkers. Always on hand a good variety of yearlings and two-year-olds; also :2-year-old Reg. Holstein bull a very extra one from one of the best strains. Am again buying and shipping cattle. ! Have one very nice brood mare, weigh- ing between 12 and 1300, has a very extra colt at her side five months old and i is in foal again. Will sell or exchange 4 for cattle or hay. . Albert Roeder, (Newport, Vt. 47-4tpd. WE BUY OLD FALSE TEETH We pay from $2.00 to $35.00 per set tbroken or not). We also pay actual value for Diamonds, old Gold, Silver and Bridge-work. Send at once by parcel post and receive cash by return mail. MAZER'S TOOTH SPECIALTY JQept.X, 20078o.5th St.Philadelphia.Pa. 37-12tp County Locals WEST CHARLESTON. George Piper is very ill. Geo. Piper is quite ill with cellulitis. C. P- Church is in very poor health this fall. Albert Nadeau has moved into C. E. Hill's bouse. Mrs. Estelle Wood is at home for a short time. Much needed repairs are being made on the Cong'l parsonrge. Miss Stella Dane is working in the overall factory at Newport city. Miss Muriel Kendrick of Lyndon Institute was home for the week end. Harley Allen has moved into G. A. Dane's tenement over the postoffice. Vera Conly, niece of Mrs. Everett Driver, is visiting her sister at Grove-ton. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sawyer of Derby were recent guests of Mrs. Carrie Temple and family. Richard Hall, who is in very poor health, is making his home with Chas. Griggs this fall. Dr. Gould of Newport was in town lost Friday to council with Dr. Kendrick in Mrs. Peck's case. Albert Tracy ana family of Evans-ville recently visited at the home of his cousin, H. H. Tracy. Mrs. Palin from Holland has been a guest of her daughter, Mrs. Adin Armstrong, for a few days. Mrs. Alvin Woodard spent the last Sunday of the quarantine with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Griggs at their home. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Allen will spend the winter at the hotel with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Allen. Mrs. Ernest Bullard spent several months at Island Pond, and is now at Orville Kelley'a in Holland sewing. Supt. and Mrs. Boyd entertained Mrs. Rose Sawyer of Newport city as their guest over Sunday at church and at their home. Jay and Paul Lyon have gone to spend the winter with their mother's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Batchelder of Coventry.. Mr. and Mrs. John Aldrich of Island Pond have been stopping for a time at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Driver. 1 Mrs. Welch, whose husband recently died in Bradford, will spend the winter with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Beer- worth of this place. Mr. and Mrs. George Brown of Newport city were guests Sunday of their porents, Mr. and Mrs. Osmund Brown, at their new home in this place. There will be a literary entertainment and drawing on the Red Cross quilt and several other articles on Friday evening of this week at schoolhouse hall. Mr. and Mrs. Orrin Colburn and little daughter of East Charleston were in town Sunday, guests of her mother. Mrs. Temple, also attended church. Lieut. Ray P. Tracv, who recently graduated from the School of Fire at tt. sill. Ukla.. is now stationed at Camp Kearney, Calif., as instructor in gunnery. "State Deputy Baldwin of Concord, N. H.. was here and attended the meet ing of the M. W. A. last week. He was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Woodard. Mr. and Mrs. William Davis of Derby were in town Monday to visit the ceme tery where their son, Archie, was re cently laid, and dined with her sister, Ms. Cottey. Osmund Brown has rented his farm to George Shaw of Troy, and moved into Norman Brown's house, where they can help in the care of Mrs. Brown's mother, Mrs. Peck. Our "Victory" was celebrated in union with other places, by ringing of bells, bonfires and a parade by the teachers and their pupils, led- by the small bovs' bond, etc., etc. Mrs. Tilton, whose husband recently died at Newport, has moved her goods into part of her mother's (Mrs. Wing's) house, and gone to (jroveton, JN. a., where she has employment. Mr. Buck from the West, who is guest of his brothers, and has been at E. H. Buck's of this place for some time, has gone to Newport city as guest of his brother, Erastus and family. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Callahan and little son left Monday for Bethlehem, N. H., to visit his people before leaving for Florida. Mrs. Callahan will make her home with her mother, Mrs. Leavens of this place, during his absence. G. W. D. Reed, chairman of the United War 1 Work Campaign for the west 'end of the town, wishes to an- TENEMENT TO RENT: Apply to S. G. Scott. 46 -tf. WANTED: Girl for general housework. Apply at C. A. Prouty's, Newport. 46-tf. FOR SALE: Horse, buggy, driving harness and work harness. C. H. Grif-fin, Newport, Vt. 46-tf. FOR SALE: One heavy yoke oxen, two three-year-old colts, one two-year-old colt. S. G. Scott. 40-tf FOR SALE Registered .Ayrshire bull calves. Extra well bred from large producing cows. Butterfield Farms, North Derby, Vt. 46-tf FARMS No. 1770. $2000 down buys an Orleans County farm of 120 acres, 60 acres tillage, good strong merle soil, nearly all level, and free from stone. Will keep about 25 head and team the year round. Good buildings. Spring water at house and barn yard. 26 head of cattle, 2 good young horse3, 10 hogs and few hens. All hay, grain and fodder and one-half of potatoes. Good set of farming tools and machinery, wagons, etc. Wood for home use and sugar place of 630 trees, rigged. Good sugar house and good equipment. Good 24 story house with shed, and piazza on side of house. Painted white. 8 rooms, pantry and halls. Needs few small repairs. Horse barn connected to house, painted red, 2 stalls and box stall, carriage room. Hip roof stock barn, doubleboord and painted red, stable for 12 head and room for 10 more, and another stable in basement for 9 head. Good deep basement, used for stock and also root cellar. Good barn. . Another old barn used for tools and another modern barn, also granary and hen house. Buildings are on elevation command ing good view of the valley which is in Vermont. Pleasantly situated on on B. & M. R. and within 5 miles to towns on B. & M. R. R. A splendid farm proposition, ideal location, good buildings and good stock. Everything in good working condition ready to make money. Price $10,000. SEND FOR LIST C. J. OBEN EXCHANGE BLOCK, WHEN A FAMILY NEEDS A FRIEND In the Absence of Doctors Nobly Cone to War, After Influenza, the Grip, Those wonderfully useful medicines. Hood's Sarsaparilla, Peptiron and Hood's Pills comprising the nev-combination family treatment are warmly recommended. If taken regularly, Hood's Sarsaparilla before meals, Peptiron after meals, and Hood's Pills at night as needed, they are reasonably sure to keep a family in health and prove to be reliable and always ready friends. They purify the blood, build up strength and regulate the system. Get all, or any one, as you think you need, from your druggist today. nounce that through the liberal support of the people and the efficiency of the workers our quota of $600.00 has been exceeded by $12.25. Mrs. Garland, who took care of her daughter, Mrs. Will Hildreth through her long and serious iHness, was taken sick herself and obliged to return to her home when the physician, Dr. Taylor of Derby Line, took Mrs. Hildreth in his auto to his own home, where she has a trained nurse and is convalesing. Kev. and Mrs. G. W. Collins and J. B. Holton were in Newport city Saturday to attend a meeting of committee for the "Christian Enlistment Week," which was well attended, with Dr. Davison and Dr. Bond of Burlington and Dr. Lerrigo of Boston speakers. Dr. Bond gave a banquet for all present at the Newport House where the meeting was held. Among the hunters we did not name last week were Fred Parlin, Sprague Jenkins, harold and Roland Wilson, Chan. Horn of Derby, Charles Nason of Derby Line, Fred Goodall of Holland, and later Adin Armstrong and Lyle Hamilton. We have heard of only two deer being captured, one by E. W. Humilton and Henry Kinne. I. O. Weymouth and Clyde Durgin went again Tuesday. Dr. Howard Hinman of Enosburg Fall3 passed required examinations, receiving a commission of first lieutenant and appointment at Ft., Oglethorpe, Ga. The doctor at the time had upwards of one hundred influenza patients who needed his care, and it was made possible by a wire from Washington advising him to remain and they would extend his commission. Dr. Hinman is to be congratulated on receiving the honor, also the people of Enosburg in having their popular physician remain with them. Baptist Church. Rev. G. W. Collins, pastor. Morning service at 10:30. Bible school at noon. Evening Union service at Baptist church. Dr. Davison of Burlington preached last Sunday morning. Congregational Church Notes. Rev. W. C. Johnson, Pastor. Sunday November 24. Morning worship at the usual hour. Bible school at noon. Union service in Baptist church at 7:30 p. m. C. E. service Thursday evening Nov. 28 at 7:30. Topic, "Count Your Mercies." Leader, Esther Buck. A Thanksgiving social will be held in the vestry, Saturday evening, Nov. 23;. A good time is assured you. Admission: Children 10c. Adults 15c. Proceeds to be used for repairs on the parsonage. Red Cross Notes. Treasurer's Report of West Charleston Red Cross Branch from June 1, 1918, to Oct. 18, 1918: Cash on Hand June 1, 1918 $55.98 Rec'd from Membership Dues 13.20 Rec'd 25 pe? cent of Branch money of War Drive 58.69 Proceeds of Entertainment Sept. 13, 8.15 Donations 2.75 $138.77 $27.21 12.73 44.60 18.50 1.30 16.25 1.50 2 30 14.38 Paid for Supplies Paid allotments as follows June allotment July August " Sept. Trench Foot Slippers Paid for Postage " " Express on Boxes Cash on Hand Oct. 18, 1918 $138.77 Secretary's Report of West Charleston Red Cross Branch from June 1, 1918 to Oct. 18, 1918: The Branch- has completed and sent to Boston the following articles: 45 prs. trench foot slippers, 27 prs. underdrawers, 35 prs. socks, 10 sweaters, 12 prs. pajimas. 10 army kits, 20 girls' chemise, 8 prs. convalescent robes, and 1 quilt. They have also furnished our own enlisted and drafted men with 10 prs. pajamas, 10 prs. socks and 9 filled comfort bags. The Branch now has on hand 10 prs. one of the best farming communities main road, mile to nearest station two other large, up-to-date railroad Therms, $2000 down. OF PROPERTY. CO., INC. ! NEWPORT, VT. socks, 5 mufflers, 5 prs. wristers, 2 helmets, and 1 quilt. Many thanks are due the Red Cross Workers of Morgan for help in this work. The West Charleston Branch has 156 annual members. The village shbool Junior Red Cross has $18.00 in the treastry, the Oliver school has $3.57, and the Morgan school has $3.75. NEWPORT CENTEK. Mrs. Eliza Sleeper is very ill at the home of her daughter, Mrs. C. L. Ei-win. Ben Horn has moved from Effie Gelo's tenement to his farm in North Troy. Mrs. Mae Hisman has moved with her family to Newport, where she has employment. Those who have been ill with influenza are improving and some are getting out again. Luman Randell has moved from the Larabee tenement into Effie Gelo's downstairs tenement. Mrs. Ellen Lafoce of Wheelock has come to spend the winter with her cousin, Mrs. Ella Tracey. John Lunna is having a relapse of influenza. The family have all been sick with it but are improving. Mr. and Mrs. Will Armstrong and daughter, Hazel, visited friends in Lowell a few days the past week. Geo. Sleeper of Boston was calltd here last week bv the serious illness of his mother, Mrs. Eliza Sleeper. Remember the auction sale of house- hold goods at J. G. Stickney's at their home place on Monday, November 25th at one o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. E. Curtis and family were called here by the illness and death of Mrs.Curtis' father, J. G. Stickney. John Morse and Harry Kinne have gone to Boston to work in a millinery department for the former's uncle. Ueo. Sleeper. Mr, and Mrs. Fred Curtis visited at B. C. Wheeler's last week. Thev were en route for Boston to make their future home. Miss Lamb, who is very ill at the home of her brother, Asa Lamb, is no better. A sister has come to assist in caring for her. Mrs. C. W. Morse has been laid up the past few days with rheumatism,, and Sliss Lila is confined to the house with a hard cold. Mrs. F. P. Miller returned home Saturday. After a few weeks' visit with her daughter and family. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rey in Springfield, Mass. Cr. W. Rogers has purchased the house in the village owned by Mrs. Alymer Skinner, andjtaken possess od.. Mr. thinner nas moved into Mrs. .Norway's house. Mr." and Mrs. Wesley Regan have re turned home from Portsmouth, N, H. where be has had employment tor several months. They are stopping, at jj. l. reaooay s. Mrs. Will Drake of St. Johnsbury is stopping with her parents, Mr., and Mrs. A. a. Kinne, for the present. Mr. Drake spent Saturday night, and Sunday with her. Mrs. Chas. Ghayer and little daugh ter, Pauline, who has ' been here visiting her parents, Mr. and Mis. C. W. Morse, has gone to Boston to 10m Mr. Chayer, who is in the theological school. Grifton Niles of Sheffield is here visiting his parents, Mr.- and Mrs. El mer Niles. Mr. Niles is moving from the tenement over his store into Woods' tenement, who has recently moved to Newport WM. Willey has moved from the Larabee tenement house into Ernest Dawson's tenement,, recently vacated by Harvey Sweet,, who with his son-in-law has moved on to the C. L. Drown farm recently vacated by Leo Wheeler. Mr., and Mrs. Frank Morrill and little son motored here from New Hampshire, visiting her father, A. B. Kinne, and sisters, Mrs. Alex Estell and Mrs. Bern Wilcox.. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Estell of Craftsbury also visited there with them Sunday. John Willey and family, who have been in Lowehtown, Maine, tue past year, have returned and have been stopping at the home ot their daughter, Mrs. Chas. Hutchins. All have' been sick with influenza except Mr. Willey, but are able to be out again. J. G. Stickney. v 0 if . . .'. t '': On Tuesday, Nov. 5th, passed from our quiet village one who for over 30 years had been one of our leading citizens, al ways honoring the positions of trust which he was called to fill. Seldom absent from church or Sunday School where h will be greatly missed. Joshua G. Stickney was born in Lunenburg, Vt, July 27, 1840, second son of Johnathon B. and Thankful Terry Stickney. At the age of 15 he came to Newport where he lived until the call for volunteers came in the summer of 1861, when he enlisted as a private in Company D, 6th Vermont regiment. He was in service four years lacking three days and was in thirty-three battles from Lee Mills to Charlestown. Va , where he was severely wounded Aug. 21. 1864, from which wound he lost the left limb, having two amputations. After being in four different hospitals in Virginia and Maryland he was final-. ly sent to Montpelier, Vt., being discharged from that place Oct. 9, 1865. Out of the 39 annual reunions held by Cc. D, Mr. Stickney had never missed one. There are now only four of the orginal Companv L) left: Capt. Davis, Fred Kimball, 'Elbert Nye and Chas. Ufford. He also attended the 50th National Encampment at Gettysburg. He was a charter member of Alexander Post, G. A. K., and was also a Mason. After the war Mr. Stickney. lived at Bradford, Derby Line and Newport. He settled at Newport Center in 1884 and for many years was constable and collector and for two years deputy sheriff. He resigned as postMaster after filling that position for e!ven years. His funeral was held at his late re3r- dencp. Rpv. C. W KaUa, unH Po f - - va ... M.M.sit, j U1IU ItV V vy V W. Morse officiating on, Thursday after- noun, isov. . a large circle ot triends extend their sympathy to the familv. He was married to Etta O. Litchfield in 1876. Besides bis wife he leaves four children: Mrs. Geo. E. Curtis, Mrs. Floyd i. Miller, Mrs. E. E. Wilson and Chas. J. Stickney, also five grandchildren. Card ol Thanks. We wish to express our heartfelt thanks to all onr friends and neighbors who so kindly assisted us during our recent bereavement, also for the beautiful floral offerings. Mrs. J. G. Stickney and Family. Red Cross Notes. The committee in charge sent away last week a box containing ten finished sweaters, half of our allotment for this month. There is plenty of knitting for all who really want to work. There has been an extension of time granted by tne postoffice, the govern ment and the Red Cross for the sending of Christmas parcels to the men overseas, and Nov. 30th is now the last day on which parcels can be sent. Another decision has been reached to the effect that the Chapter will soon receive labels to furnish branches and the nearest relative of the men in the A. E. Army who have not received a label may secure one from the committee. Mrs. Ed. Larabee and Mrs. George Rogers are the committee for this town.. M. E. Church Notes. Sunday, November 24. Preaching service, morning at 10:45, and evening at 7:30. . Sunday school and Brotherhood class at 12:10 and Junior League at 3:30. Mid-week prayer meeting, Thursday evening at 7:30. Estate of James A. Squires. v STATE OF VERMONT. District of Orleans, ss The Honorable Probate Court for the District Aforesaid: To the heirs and all persons interested in the estate of james A. Squires late of Derby in said Dist. deceased GREETING: WHEREAS, application hath been made to this court iu writing, by A. A. Macomber, Administrator de bonis non of the estate of James A. Squires, late of said Derby, Deceased, representing therein that the said decedent was in his lifetime under contract binding at law or in equity to deed certain lands in said oerby to the NewBOrt Eiectric Light Company, said land being the laud flowed by the said Newport Electric Light Company by the construction of a storage dam about twentv feet in height on the East side of the road above the pulp mill, and that the slid Newport Electric Light Company desire to perform their part of the contract and receive a conveyance of said land from said administrator. And praying that said Court grant license to said: Administrator to convey said lands, according to said contract, under the provisions of Sec. 3357 of the General Laws of Vermont. WHEREUPOV.ibesaid Court appointed and assigned the 6th day of Dec, 1918, at the Probate Office in Newport in said Dist. at 10 a. m., to hear and decide upon said application and petition and ordered public notice thereof be gWen to all persons interested therein, by publishing said order, together with the time and placeof hearing three weeks successively in the Express and Standard, a newspaper which circulates in the-neighborhood of those per-sons-int rested in said estate, all of which publications shall be previous-to the day assigned for hearing. THEREFORE, you are hereby notified to appear before said Court, at the time and place assigned, then and there in said Court to make your objections to the granting of such license, if you see cause. Given Under My Hand at Newport in said District, this 18th day of Nov., iqi8. 47-3t B. M. SPOONER, Register. MACHINISTS WAITED 3 Assemblers 3 Tool Makers 3 Lathe Operators 1 Milling Machine Operator 1 Drill Press Operator 1 Shaper Operator Good Wages Good Shop Conditions Steady Work With Advancement NO WAR CONTRACTS NATIONAL WRAPPING MACHINE CORPORATION Newport !: Vermont HOLTON & WEYMOUTH Save your Coal and Wood for Winter. "XRY one of our Perfection . Oil Heaters Just the thing for these chilly nights. WE HAVE a full line of GOLD SEAL and BALL BAND Rubbers For all the family. HOLTON & WEYMOUTH CASH STORE BIG COAT SALE. The continuous rainy season and influenza epidemic has left us with a large st3ck of Coats. The manufacturers- are offering us garments from 25 to 331-3 off from regular prices and we will pass on these same prices to our customers. We have had no winter weather yet and here is an opportunity to get the benefit of a whole' season and make a-great saving from the prevailing high prices. , WE OFFER YOU A CHOICE IN 35 16 25 15 10 COATS at $1195 should be sold, at $25.00: COATS at should be sold at $28.50. COATS atV should be sold at $32.50. 22.50 25.00 28.50 COATS at should be sold at $38.50 COATS at should be sold at $42.50. 32.50 A few higher priced Coats at special prices. 10 SUITS Priced $38.50, 42.50, 52.50, 60.00 and 75.00. We will sell these at prices off from marked. BIG CUT IN MILLINERY Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats at Special Prices. Large assortment of THANKSGIVING LINENS Mercerized Cotton Damask, Union and All Linen Damask with Napkins to match. This stock was accumulated long ago and the prices are not the extreme high prices of today. Be thankful that the War is over and you can get All Linen; goods at reasonable prices. GILMAN & COMPANY, INC., NEWPORT SPORTSMEN Where to Get Your Game Mounted Don't hesitate in sending your deer head and other trophies to The New Taxidermy Shop, Clarence . Phillips, Proprietor, Glover, Vt. Having had actual experience in mounting hundreds of deer head and other game which adorn the homes of many hunters throughout New England, I guarantee satisfaction. Mark your trophies you are sending plainly to THE NEW TAXIDERMY SHOP Clarence Phillips, Prop. GLOVER, VT. 47-3t Auction Sale of Household Goods and other articles including 2 bedroom sets complete, also 1 double bed and 1 single bed with springs and mattresses, straw matting.crock-ery, J clothes wringer and bench combined, 1 fur laprobe, 3 pairs skates, 1 pulley clothesline (new), 1 canvas canoe and many other articles. At T. C. GALE'S, 18 Coventry St., Saturday Afternoon, Nov. 23 at 1 o'clock. Geo. Cofran. Auctioneer. 46-2t A.C. FAIRBROTHER & SON Paper Hanging and Decorating All kinds ot Painting Wall Papers, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Etc., Etc. Blacksmiths' and Woodworkers' Supplies Iron, Steel, Etc. A. C FAIRBROTHER & SON Newport, Vt. , It t, k:r J VERMONT F. M, SHERMAN & GO, TO OUR CUSTOMERS You are urged to anticipate your needs, especially when the stuff you desire from us is to be delivered. We can only make a certain cumber of trips each day, and after that trip is made the orders will be delivered the next day. Orders are urgently re-, quested early in the day. Our stock of FLOUR AND BRAN is complete and we hope to be able to serve you. F. iff. Sherman & Co- HAYPRESS BARGAIN We have one 18 x 22 wood frame Sandwich Haypress on which we can quote a special price. This machine has pressed just seven tons of hay and is the same as new. We can save the purchaser at least two hundred dollars under the present conditions. Descriptions sent on request: We have new and used eight and ten horse-power kerosene and gasolene engines on hand. A. E. COUNSELL & SON ST. JOHNSBURY. VT. 47-2t FOLEY KIDNEY PILLS COS BACKAfXF "CONEYS AND p 068

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