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this week improving the looks of our store. We have many bargains how ever that we can show to those who may wish to call on us. In about a week we expect to be able to show you in our new windows some SPRING STYLES that are the latest the market affords. If you are in need of a pair of rubbers, remember that the "Gold Seal" are the best. They do not crack or tear. DUNHAM BROTHERS BELLOWS FALLS AND BRATTLEBORD FACTS, NOT FICTION, ABOUT The Improved U. S. Triple Current Separators They are the cleanest Skimmers on the market, as witness the re ports from the State Experiment Stations and users the country over. They are also noted for their simplicity, ease of operation and durability. A Few 1899 Experiment Station Reports. Massachusetts, average of 19 tests, January yth to 31st, Ohio, " " 19 " " 10th to 21st, Vermont, " " 18 " " 9th to Feb. 3d, Wisconsin, " "17 " " 2d to 19th, An average from 73 tests of skim milk of ,033 of 1 034 of .038 of 1 .03 ot 1 .034 of 1 The The U. S. Excels in Every Particular FoKESTVILLE. CON'S., Feb. 18th, 180Q. Imnroved U. S. Separator is eivinur excellent satis faction. In comparing it with other makes, have found it to far excel in every particular in thor oughness of skimminR. ease of operation, design and finish, simplicity of construction, therefore easy to clean, and durability. Anv one contem plating buving a Separator should investigate the merits of the Improved U. S. WILLIAM F. KENNEY, Buttermaker for J. Hart Welch. The U. S. the Best on the Harket Deer Park, Mo., Feb. 55th, iSoq. The butter I exhibited at the St. Louis Fair scored points and won the Sweepstakes over the creamery butter from several of the best Creameries in tlie United States. It was made from cream separated by the No. 5 Improved U. S. Separator I have been using for nearl v three years, which has always been in running order and friven 1 entire satisfaction. If I had to buy another it would be an Improved U. S., for I think it the I best on the market. NATHAN KINO. No Loss of Cream In the Skim Milk Bromptow Falls. P. O., Tan. ust, 1800. The No. 1 and No. o Improved U. S. Separators purchased last spring are giving perfect satisfaction. They run smoothly and easily and take all the cream out o the milk. They are simple, durable, and not liable to get out of order. iUAMEdj x Bellows Falls Times. SATURDAY, APKIL 8. 1899. Bellows Falls Locals. Mi F. S. Livermore was in Brattleboro yesterday. Mrs. J. E. Robinson ot Boston is the guest of Mrs. M. E. Davis. Ranairs are beine made in the vacant store in the Hrown block on Canal street, Simon L. Davis ot Saxtons River began work Monday morning tor J. B. Drew in the barber shoo. Mr. Davis is a brother of C. E.' Davis, clerk in the postoffice M. T.. fiatpn-Hadlav will hold her spring opening next Monday and Tuesday She is to be assisted this season Dy Lane, Mrs. Eaton and Mrs. Truax. Stephen Caeey ot Lebanon, N. H., came to town Wednesday and procaeded to get intoxicated on stuff he said he brought with him. He paid $5 and costs for his fun W. W. Allen, for the past year or two cashier in the Boston & Maine freight office, finished work for the company Tuesday. His place has been filled by H. E. Shedd. Eldon Fleury takes Shedd'i oil job, C. H. Waite succeeds Fleury in the divition offije and Allie Smith succeeds Waite. . D. Tomasi, brother-in-hw of Frank Massucco, and owner ot the Dominique block, sailed for Italy about two weeks ago where he is to be mimed, hia wne Laving died last June. He owns a store on lower Main street in Mjn-pelier which is to be nloind during the proprietor's absence. 0 1 a This store wis recen'ly entered by and considerable property taken. The Essex Racord says ; ' It is said with much emphf sis that the address deliered ry ex-Guv. Dil'ineham at Bellows Fall on 'Good Citizenship,' recently, bad nctmng attached to it political. This is refieshing to oay the least. Up this way the in pres sion has prevailed that Dillingham has talked of nothing but his chances for con gress since the legislature anjourned." thieves Write for Illustrated Catalogues ' VERMONT FARM MACHINE CO., Bellows Falls, Vt. Spring Suits and Overcoats n h. Ml - . - i be. right. .- -' Everything, we call your attention to this week. Quality, the most important feature, unexcelled. Style and fit are what they should including the price, Parkinson-Wilson. Charles H. Parkinson ot this place at d Maria Wilson were married Wednefday at the home of ihe bride in Springfield, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Patkinson came to Bellows Falls the sam evening and anintormal re ception was held in the r honor at the home of H. J. Huntoon on Atkmon street, Mrs. Huntooa being a sister of Mr. Parkwbon. Several rpla'ives and intimate frit nds were present, and the bride and groom were the recipients ol two handsome chairs ai.d a table i-pread, one chair being given by te a tives of the groom and the other by the boarders at Mrs.Elizi Upham's whert Mr. Park nsi n has lived and boarded for tome time and will continue to live tor the pres ent. REV. DR. TALMAGE CURED. The Most Eminent Preacher in the World Recommends Dirireene's Nervuia. - Dr. Talmage Finds Help In the Use of Dr. Greene's Nervura and Advises the Weak, Sick and Suffer ing to Use It and Be Cured. The greatest living divine, ev. T. De Witt Talmage, recommend the people to use the wonderful remedy bv which he found help. Dr. Greene's Nervura blood and nerve remedy, undoubtedly the greatest health restorer and strength giver the worm iibs ever niuwu, .i mis season ot te year when everybody needs and uses a spring medicine, Mr. Talmage's strong recommenda tion to take this best of all blood and nerve tonics and restoratives, Dr. Greene's Nervura, will undoubtedly influence and encourage the wide-spread use of this grand remedy, which is purely vegetable, perfectly harmless, and of marvelous curative powers, among the people every where. No other preacher is so widely known, no other clergyman is so distinguished throughout the world. When such a man, a recognized leader and teacher of the people, testifies by his written testimonial that Dr. Greene's Nervura blood and nerve remedy has helped him and that he recommends Its u se for in vigoratlon after over work, to restore the strength, energy, nerve force and vitality of the system, when for any reason they are lost, weakened or impaired, those who are sick and suffering, who are weak, nervous, without strength, energy and ambition, who are discouraged and disheartened by repeated failures to be cured, in fact, all who have need of a strength- S'""S " ........... -..ow....S medicine, can take renewed hope from the words of this great preacher, that Dr. Greene's Nervura is the one remedy among all others to give them back the health and strength they have lost. Kev. ur. raimage says : "X 71 SV:- f&m commend Dr. Greene's Nervura " ' Av- blood and nerve remedy for invigoration after overwork. I have used the Nervura for that ouroose. Hoo Mass. Ave., Washington, D. C Dr. Greene's Nervura blood and nerve remedy is a physician's prescription, the remedy of physicians for the cure of the people. Use it if you have need of a health and strength-giving medicine, and consult Dr. Greene, if you desire, which you can do without charge, either personally at his office, 34 lempie flace, ifoston, Mass, or by writing him in regard to your case. IS HorseTnief Caught. Chief Thompson captured a horse thief on thq mail train from Boston Wednesday noon. His name is Ernest Hill and he h id been working in West Swanzey near Keene and boarding at the factory hotel. Tuesday evening he stole $30, a gold watch, and some clothing from his room mate and went up to Keene, whtre he found a chum and hired a livery team to him to ride. Alter driving most of the night, and tiring the horse out com' p'etely, the team was abandoned at West moreland and Hill boarded the train for Bellows Falls. Chief Thompson had a very imperfect descrption ot tbe fellow -but got his eye on Hill when he fa-st entered the car because he was nervous and uneasy. Mr. Thompson wawhsd his fidgeting until the train was about to pull out of tbe station and then placed him under arrest and landed him on the platform. After reach ing tbe Canal street receptacle, Hill con fessed all. He was taken to Kene early Thursday morning by City Marshall Cole of Keene. A BARGAIN. t One lot boys' heavy black ribbed hose to close at 19c. While they last 150c Tarn O' Shanters 'for 25c O. D. GRAY & CO., Bellows Falls, Vt. BELLOWS FALLS REAL ESTATE . . AGENCY. FOR SALE! GOIP INVESTMENT. Proper- ty fur h1. Nt-w -J-tenfiirient house, 5 rooms anrt close t In ench, rmteil at 2l per month, ptyl g u o e tha 10 per cent. Near -aper mill, ro close an estate is offered for fiViO. ANOTHER. Sew hou-e 2 tenement Ave rooms, anrt btb In eah. rente1 for $19 per month nit per cent oil price, t '800. J. A. Eaton & Co, FOR CAMERA sup plies, Spectacles, Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry and Sporting Goods go to W. J. EATON & CO., The Reliable Jewelers and Opticians, Fine Watch, Clock and Jewelry Re pairing a specialty. Tqibj Hattl Block, BiHcit Fills, Vl. Commissioners' Notice. We the subscribers, being duly appointed vt.be Hon. Probate uourtior ine u Of Westminster, tommissioneri) iu receivr. oTttmlnfi and adlust all claims and demands of all persona against the estate of Sophia Ev-ns, late of Hock.ngham in said district, deceased, ana aiso an claims aan ue mands exhibited in offset thereto; and six months from the 29lh day of March last, being allowed by said Court for that purpose, we do therefore hereby give notice, that wo will attend to the business of our paid appointment at the Probate office in bellows rail-, m saia aisinci, on me m uay ti n and the 6th day of September next, from two o'clock p. M . until tour o iuuu r. m uu Auh of aald riavn. E. E.lARUGRAF. Commissioners, Charles S. Mlbec.Aam-r. Bellows Falls, Vt . March 29. A. D.ll Commissioners' Notice. Wo tha subscribers, belnar duly a' by the Hon. Probate Court for the Tiistrict of Westminster, Commissioners to receive, ex amine and adjust all claims and demands of all persons against the estate of M rtha R. Plmce. late of Windham, in said Dis trict, deceased, and also all claims and rinmanriB nzhlblted in offset therr-to: and six months from the 4'h day of March, 1899, being allowed by said Court for that purpose, we do therefore hereby give notice that w will attend to the business of our sit. I ap pointment at the dwelling ot A.A.Goodell in Windham, in said Ui.'ict. on tbe iih dav ot April and the 15th day of August next, from one o'clock r. M. until lour o'clock p. it., on each of said days. HABRTDiu'Lp. Commlasionera. James W Omlri, fcx'r. Windham, Vt, March :. A. D. 1899. eWitt's Little Early Risers. (be Minute Cough Cure, cures That la wkat It was Otade la. taut is, a swarm of these caterpillars swppt over to Bennington, Windsor and Wind ham counties last year and stripped the mables of their ioliage. No effort was made to destroy the pest at that time, and of course tbe trees thus snVcted reluse to yield their sap. Yet, we bear of no com- laint from ny other section; toe trees oi the northern countips are intact and, weather permitting will undoubtedlp yield the usual abundance. Here in Orleans county, sufficient maples were tapped (lur ing our premature fpurt of spring weatbr the fore part of March, to prove thst they are perfectly sound. In a'l probability the sugar prolucers up this way will profit by experience of thetr brethren down the line and do all it their power to guard against devastation by this insectile plague, should it happen this way. Here is a chance for the scientists at our agricultural colleg to study tip a formula that will make Mr Cat erpillar home-sick. Express and Standard. Logic In Epigrams. Get your copy in on time printing Dresses, like time ana tiae, wait tor no man. Tbe merchants who have no aim in their advertising get returns only on its ebb tide It never pays one advertiser to wash out another's dirty linen in bis own advertising space. The consciousness of a well-written and well-placed advertisement makes one pa tient and confident in waiting lor returns. Advertising in a poor medium is like sailing in a poor ship at sea- everything depends upon wind, weatner ana conai tions. The man who is convinced that advertis ing does not pay is generally anxious to have an extended personal notice every time he leaves town or returns. As far as thorough knowledge of human wants is concerned, and the varying modes of their rxrrefsion, the father ot a Isrge family of childrtn should be well qualm for writing advertisements. Profitable Advertising. Too Broad a Statement. The press dispatch that was sent out from Chester last week, stating that the maple trees in Vermont had been destroyed by tbe tent caterpillars, and that the sugar makirg industry throughout the State was rained, was too broad a dec'aration. The HI , m GRAFTOS. Mr. Orrin Kintrsborv. who has been visit ing in Chester, came home Wedneiday. Mitt Nellie Kinirahnrv returned from Brooklina Wednesday. Ernest Fairbank it home from Millers Falls on a brief vacation. Alines Fail bunk will teach tha hiehar department iu Ihe village tcboul this spring una nine uiaraa teacues the Drimarv srada Miss Nellie Kinirahnrv will teach in tha Ea-troan district i Miss Mary Uaskins teaches at the 1'otteuniU brides. Mrs. Hush will teach this snrinir at Houirh. tonville. Tha coming drama is to ba slaved for tha antfit of the stage in tha town hall Ihe lane it being overhauled and a new curtain nting put in. Tha Christian Kndeavor society will hold meetings every Wednesday evemrg in the chapel. At the last meeting A O Ma-on it elected president. J Henrv Stnwell vira prudent, Miss Ne lie King-bury seoretar , and U. H. Burlingame trea,urer. The Dramatic c ub will trive tha enmedv drama entitled "Tbe De.oo.'. Tribulations, quel to " The Deacon." Thnrsdar and Friday evening-, April 13 and 14, with a farcn novo evenings, ana good mutio. J. ho lollow ng it tie east ot characters ; GASSETT3. Mrs. O E. Hill ol Ludlow has been visit- irg at t-e lmme f her brother, P. R. Earle, and with other friends in town. F. W. Wsite has sold his store goods to Benoni Locswood, who is moving them to his store. The nostrftice will also be moved as Mr. Lnckwood win nave it in caargo as assistant postmaster. Ervin Potter is visiting his wife at Harry Wetmore s- Mrs. F. W. Bovnton spent last week in Perkinsville with her daughter, Mrs. E. B. Leland. Three little sons of H W. Spafford of Rut land spent the lat of the week at their uncle'?, J. H. Marsh's. Mrs. H. H Whitaker is visiting in Spring field at Allen Brown s. Mis Cots Warren has returned from her visit in Claremont, N. H , and is now at work in the wrapper factory at Chester. Mr. WESTMORELAND DEPOT, and Mrs. Charles Haskell are home again after being away for several months. George B-own and his two daughters went to Massachusetts, where tbey wm mate tneir home Mrs Brown who has been sick in the hospital at Keene tor some weeks pat went with her husband and children lrom Keene A goodly number from this wav attended the silver wedding of Mr. and Mrs. James SWrkey lat Monday evening. A good time was etjoyed. J V. Holmes had the misfortune to cut tbe tbu.nb ot bis leit hand nearly rff while split ting wood one day last week. The in hit the thumb between the nail and fi st i tint. The wound was dressed by a physician and is doing wen. Mrs. Emaline Farnham is home again after being away tor several weeks The selectmen have the inventory of the town nearly completed and will meet at Park Hill Saturday, April 10, to receive and cor' rect inventories. v WESTON. Miss Mav Burton is visiting friends in South Londonderry. F. W. Bolster is running the separator at tbe lactory now, u. A. Uoynton having gone 10 jnouui. ijiia larm uj inn ine creamery. Felix Lester is suffering from an abcess on nis necc. H. C. Jaqnith is moving into the upstairs tenement ol O car Longe's house and Scott. Rounds from the Cragin house to the Con gregational parsonage. Va'er Alva Howe of Ludlow has been vis iting his sister, Mrs. Herman Barton. Mrs Minnie Pierce has returned to her home in East Putney. Several new cases of measles have ap pealed. Ethel French and Tieba Woods are the latest vic.ims. Abbie L- Waite has gone to Bellows Falls to work ior the season. Joe Bellville's family are moving back to Weston. first ot April. They are stopping for the pre ent with Mr. and Mrs. Jlwin 13 alley. The Dartmouth Glee Club will give a con cert in Hammond hall Tuesday evening April 11 W. W. Stickney was in Boston the first of the week. A social dance was held in Hammond hall last Tuesday evening. Tbe three youngest classes of the Baptist Sunday school had an Eas'.er party in the church vestry last Saturday afternoon. The village schools began the spring term last Monday. The thread and needle o ub meets this week with Mrs. A. H. Humphrey. Mrs. Rhida Moore spent a few days this week in Piymouih. Miss Mabel Moore is visiting fiiends Weston. Miaaes Snafford & Fletcher's millinery opening is Thursday, Fiiday and Saturday of this week. Don't forget that you can dye all kinds of finer, cotton, wool or silk at the same time, in the em" vessel, with Putnam'a Fadeless Dyes. Sold at Pierce s Pharmacy Mrs. NEWFANE. ' Phoshe Divis had the misfortune full last Monday, breaking b th bones in her right wrist. Mr. Higgins has employment in Provi dence. George Parsons has recently purchased the house and lot norm of his residence. Jesse Harvey has gone to East Westmin ster where he has employment on a tarm N. M. Batchelder of Fitchburg, Mass., was in town last week. Mrs. Klla Wi'son and son George were guests of Mr. Wilson s parents last week Frank Whittaker has moved from his farm on Nenfaue hill to the north tenement in the B-niton Karnes house; Mr. Whittaker will work on the section. Miss Edna Marcv of Putney is visiting her uncle's, W. C. Billou's. The sick are improving. ' CAVENDISH. Fred Dean and family of Springfield, Mars., have been at W. M. K;cbard.on s. Henry Spaulding died Wednesday after noon. Dr. Spaflonl returned from Boston Satur day. Mi Marion White i visiting in Chester. LUDLOW. L. G. Fullam returned the last of last week from a business trip to New York. Winnie Lane is spending his Easter vaca tion in town. J. A. Dennett went to Boston last Satur day. Roy Brvant spent Easter with his panmt. Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Bryant, of this piace. Alien Riley was in town over Easter. Rev. H. E Thaver has been suffering with a hard cold and was unable to attend the Thursday evening prayer meeting last week. There was an Easter concert in all of tbe churches last Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Bowman, who tiae had charge of the Gill Odd Fellow Home it started, closed their labor ueia the There is no argument so good as an ab solute, plain, truthful statement of fact, There is nothing so interesting as fact, in tne true Happen injrs in the every' day life of every -day people are materials for most thrilling novels. There are every day stories of heroism, suffering and the final tri umph of good over evil of happiness nnany crowning ea deavor. Here is case in point : In the county of Escambia in Alabama is the little town of Flomaton and there lives Mrs. Mollie Grimes. She was good wife and mother but several years ago she found her health slipping away from her. She realized that this meant the inevitable nervousness and irritability that would surely lose for her the attee tion of her children and husband, and that as her health declined discord and misery would appear in her home. She was filled with the loving motherly in stinct, but two miscarriages in succession almost broke her heart. She had almost lost hope when the clouds rolled away and the light of health and happiness returned. She tells her story in these words "i was almost heart-broken to think I could not raise anv more children and had to suffer as I did. I had lost two children by miscarriages and I tully expectea 10 :ne inv another when. Aueust i)7. 1 learned of and began taking Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre scription and took it no til after baby was born in November. With my other children I had suf fered everything that flesh could suffer but this time I was in perfect health and had a very easy time. I was in labor I xS only a short time. I can- . r, not praise Dr. Pierce s medicines enough for I believe thev certainly saved my baby's life and mavbe my own life as well. I too tne -ravor- ite Prescription ' and also the Pleasant Pellets.' Tbe ' Pleasant Pellets ' act like a charm." i Deacon Thornton, ueorge uraei, George iJarrab, James Keed, uusty dim, Billy, Pete. Amelia. Mrs. Thornton, Daisy Dean, Nellie, TRAM -MARK. 'A PERFECT FOOD aM Wholemom mm it im Velicloam." . WALTER BAKER & CO.'S BREAKFAST COCOA " Has stood the test of more than too years' use among all classes, and for purity and honest worth is unequalled." JMtcol md Surgical Journal. Coats less than ONE CENT a Cup. Trade-Mark on Every Package. WALTER BAKER & CO. LTD.. Established 1780. DORCHESTER, MASS. N R Davis J W Davis H. H Bnriingsme John Rice Francis Paimxr E B Mtoell J U. Sto ell Mrs J U Stowell Mabel French Anna Haske 1 Irene Stowe.l Ho Poached Ego For Her. There is an old lady in a charming out of the way village whoss opinions of "artist chaps" and "Lnnnon ways" are amusing. On one occasion a wandering knight of the brash secured a night's lodging at her cottage. Early next morning he was asked what he would like for breakfast. "Oh," was the reply, "a couple of eggs will do poached, mind you." "Beg pardon, sir" "I said a couple of eggs, poached,' repeated the artist in a lender tone. The old lady stiffened her back. opened the door and pointed out into the road. "Clear out o' my house I" she com manded. "I'd have you know as I re spects my neighbor a property, ana ain't no poacher. Sich goings on may do in Lunnon. but they won't do in Loamshire. '' The artist endeavored to explain, but the lady would not listen, and he did not break his fast in that house. "Painters was alius a bad lot," were the last words he heard before she shut the dcor behind him, "but gettin hon est fowk to poach eggs for 'em'B quite a new dodge." London Telegraph. THE UP-TO-DATE FURNITURE HOUSE i Where everything New and First Class can be found at LIVING PRICES! Improved tne Opportunity. Peter Foote, long since dead, used to be a police magistrate in Chicago. Foote was intensely Irish and loved to show it. One day a dudishly attired young fel low calling himself Frederick Edwards, and plainly betokening by his speech that he hadn't been long from tbe shores of England, was arraigned before the justice charged with lounging about the parka When he was arrested, he showed fight and had to be dragged to the patrol box. " 'E 'nrted me feelin's badly, your worship," said the prisoner when in the dock the following morning. "E 'it me on the sole ot me fute an" "I don't think you've any feelings in your soul," growled the sympathizer of downtrodden Ireland. "And, another thing, you must remember you're America now. In England you object to an Irishman wearing the green. Here we object to Englishmen lying on it ; $1 and costs." And the justice pinched himself to look unconcerned while the Briton begged the clerk to cut the fine down to a "bob. " Chicago Chronicla A Trap of Her Own Setting. We have all met people whose prid in their own possessions is so great that tbey can see no charms in those of oth era. A young botanist was showing party of ladies and gentlemen through a conservatory and explaining to them the properties of some of the choicest plants. Among the visitors was a would be young looking, middle aged lady who at every description volunteered the statement that the plants and flow ers she had at home were quite the equal of anything here or indeed any where. Just as they were passing a giant cactus she was heard to exclaim: "Well, this is nothing extraordinary. I have a cactus at home that is still larger. I planted and reared it myself. " "Reared it yourself t" the professor Rently obseived. "How remarkable I This specimen is 63 years old, and if yours is still larger" The lady did not stay to hear any more, but executed a strategic move ment to the rar. What la a Day t Nine persons out of 10 yes, 999 out it every 1,000 if asked how long it takes the earth to turn once on its axis would answer 24 hours, and to the question. How many times does it turn on its axis in the course of the year? the answer would be 8 65 if times. Both answers are wrong. It requires but 23 hours and 66 min utes for the earth to make one complete turn, and it makes 366 turns during the year. The error springs from a wrong idea of what is meant by a day. The day is not, as ia commonly sup posed, the time required by the earth to make one turn on its axis, but the interval between two successive pas sages of the sun across the meridian that is to say. tbe time which elapses after the sun is seen exactly south in its diurnal course through the heavens before it is again seen in that position. Now, in consequence of the earth's revolution in its orbit, or path round the sun, the sun has tbe appearance of moving very slowly in the heavens in a direction from east to west At noon tomorrow the sun will be a short dis tance to tie east of the point in tbe heavens at which it is seen at noon to day, so that when the earth has mads one complete turn it will still have to turn four minutes longer before the sun can again be seen exactly south. Tit For Tat. Brothers and sisters ought to be glad to give and receive mutual assistance. "You show such bad taste in the se lection of your neckties, Horace," said the elder sister of a youth in his teens. "Tbey always look so wrinkled and shapeless too. You ought to let me buy them and tie them for yon." "I'm willing, sis," he answered, looking at her pinched waist, "if you'll let me buy your belts and fasten them I around yon." Ygnth'i. Companion, GO-CARTS IN ALL STYLES. CHASE FURNITURE CO. Connected by Telephone. GALORE. form the attraction that's drawing crowds to our establishment. What is handsomer than fine wall paper, and what is there in a room that is more strikingly visible than the paper which either helps or mars the effect of everything? We want you to see our as sortment. Prices 5c a roll and up. GEORGE E. WELCH. SOUP FOR SIX, FOR IN TEN and a d'fferent kind every day for 10 days. z 2-3 cents per capita ! Isn't that cheap enongh? Try it and you'll find it good enough as well. Isn't it prepared quickly enongh 10c, MINUTES! even for these times? Try it and you'il find it easily enough done, also. Isn't it variety enongh? Con the list and convince yourself : Tomato, Mock Turtle, Chicken, Consomme. Ox Tail. Vegeiauie, ere m of Celery, Cream of Potato, Puree of Pea, Puree of Bean, Puree of Lentil. This is the Way You Do It: We furnish you a little can of Anderson's Concentrated Soup for ir-c, You furnih a fi-e and I i-a pints water, boil a-d all is over. You have a soup fit to grace an elaborate banquet and equally suitable to serve as first course of a plain dinner. REMEMBER 1 You can procure these soups only from the reliable, up-to-date local grocery house, THE F. B. F. GROCERY COMPANY. BELLOWS FALLS. VERMONT. f "irrlifSk yon differ with ocular headache, Don't Be Discouraged lx your eyes trouble yon, or Study consult FRANKLIN, the Eye Specialist at his offlofi, Oray'i Block. Ballowa Falla, erery Thursday from .M a. m. to t oo p. m. loa ol fiun 'retU In this ly the anatomy and retractioa oi ino unman oy ra . iA. . " " mrnt .1 nw uUl.n mnA lh. hnnw.tn !uM OnMClan CO ITIUO Wliu yuur I, ucic is nu raraa work la our method of examination anrt AtVng )ense to the eyea. Hun 'reds b vicinity will te.tlfy a. to our. kill anrt socre.s. Hundreds more will be added to this oer before '900. COKI'LICAIIU boliwi". Bemember we shall be st cur offlo. Gray's block, erery Thursday la the year. Lowest Prices la the County tor Correct Work.