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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 BRATTLEBORO High Grade Jewelry at Your Own Prices! 7 Watches, Jewelry, -AT- PUBLIC AUCTION, , ..Beginning Today, Saturday, April 8.... These sales wiil continue every afternoon and evening until my entire stock is disposed of. Remember that this is not an auction of articles imported for the occasion, but a sale of mv regular stock of strictly high grade goods. There will tie a private sale each mcrning. TERMS INVARIABLY CASH. Thi-t is a rare opportunity for the people of Bellows Falls and adjoining tows to secure whatever a first class jewely store carries, at a great sacrifice. iThose who come early will get the cream of the stock. H. M. AMMON, E. SPECIAL ! 25 DOZEN WRAPPERS ! Sizes from 32 to 44, just in from the Bellows Falls Wrapper factory. Made as they should be, from the best per cales, going this week for First'class in every respect. Money back if not satisfied. We sell McCall Patterns, 10c, 15c, none higher. Pleasing Our Patrons Advertises Our Store. WALL PAPERS. Pretty wall papers are not and we are prepared tosHow New Line for the Spring Trade some very pretty effects for a little money, have the Prices from 7cts. ROOM MOULDINGS to match our papers. " DEAN & Westminster Street, BUSY ! Owing to the erection of a new block about to be commenced I shall be compelled to move in thenear future. To save trouble and ex pense I offer my entire stock of Silverware, Etc., - Bellows Falls, Vt. J. GREGORY, Auctioneer. 69c each Winnewisser & Conway Proprietors. necessarily expensive ones, in our of Papers to socts. per roll. We also DEAN, Bellowsalls, Vt-1 Bellows Falls Times. WEDNESDAY APRIL 12, 18S9. Bdlows Falls Locals. W. C. Putnam it sick with pneumonia C. T. Grout psssed Sunday with bit fan fly here. Mm. A. J.Damien visited in Wood took lait week. George Jl. Wales went to Bjston Mod day and will visit New York before re turning. Postmaster Cannon went to Washington Monday ; he is expected home today or to morrow. The office, reading room, and dining room of Towns hotel have been greatly improved with new paint. An especially fine job was done in the dining room. Mrs. Georgianna Thompson, wife of Horace W. Thompson, died April 9 at her home in Westminster in the 60th year of her age. The funeral will be from the Episcopal church at 10.30 Wednesday with burial in the family lot in Springfield. H. E. Bush is advance agent for the Evening in Cuba company. His company appears in Chester town ' hall tomorrow evening under the auspices of the Univer salis! church of that place. There is to be a free dance and a free bus for all who purchase tickets in advance. Frank Thrasher, who a month or two ago was employed as general manager for the Island Manufacturing company, has severed his connection with the company and is succeeded by A. F. Winnewisser. Mr. Winnewisser. has been in Boston and Springfield this week in the interests of the company. It will be remembered that a few days ago James King and Frank Gove had an unpleasant encounter on Pine street. Gove got the worst of that encounter but came out on top in the justice court when King was fined $10 and costs. Gove has now brought a civil suit against King for per sonal damages, saying that he wants $300, This is a county court case returnable at the September term. M. A. Durkee has been in town this week and moved his household goods to Medford, Mass., near Boston, where he is to make his future home. He has again entered the employ of Saville, Somers & Co. of .Boston, wholesale grocers, in the capacity of traveling salesman in Boston This is the company he worked for five years and left to go into business for him self in Bellows Falls. His route is so ar ranged that he is at home every evening. A. G. Carleton, conductor of No. 70 on the B. & M., the mixed train which leaves here for Brattleboro at 7.30 p. M., had the mislortune to fall from his train last Friday evening while en route from Windsor to Claremont Junction. His absence was not missed until the train reached the Junction. A searching party was sent back and i e was tound beside the track badly bruised and with an arm broken. He was taken to his home in Brattleboro. It is supposed he fell from the top of the train. An exchange says: "It is suggested that people owning maple or other trees subject to injury by the forest caterpillar which did so much mischief hereabouts last spring, may now profitably take the saving stitch in time. The eggs hatch early, but are yet on the twigs of the trees and may be easily destroyed so far as they can be reached. They are usually on twics a quarter of an inch in diameter or less and the brown mass made by a deposit looks like a 'swollen' place in the limb. They may be easily dislodged with a knife, and can be burned. In many cases it appears that some natural enemy has at tacked the eggs, as the mass is loosened and apparently destroyed." Monday Morning's Fire. Abont 8 a. m. Monday the slumber of the peaceful citizens of Bellows Falls was disturbed by the rude blasts otthe fire alarm sounded from box 31 near Towns Hotel. - The circumstances were : In the top of the Dominique block is a man suffering from typhcid fever. He complained of smelling smoke and complained to his at tendant, D. A. Bugbee. Mr. Bugbee went to the room of Frank Massucco and in formed him that there was trouble. Mr, Massucco went down stairs and discover ing the fire, rang in the alarm and started tor one oi tne nose carts, firemen soon appeared on the scene and the flames were quicaiy exunguisnea. ine tire started in a small room in the basement nsed tor storage and partially filled with boxes of tobacco. Mr. Massucco thinks the fire was caused by rats and matches ; others have expressed the opinion that it was spontaneous combustion. Massucco was the only man damaged and he thinks he lost $200. There is an insurance of $2000 on the block but nothing on the stock.' '" Curtis Case Settled. The Milan H. Curtis suit against the Fitchburg railroad, a suit for $10,000 damages, was settled last Saturday, the road paying, it is nnderstood, about $5000, This case had been pending in the county court for a year or more, and waa made a special order for Monday. The accident in which Mr. Curtis lost his life happened on July 17, 1897, on the down grade between East Westmoreland and Keene The train, a freight running on special orders, waa being drawn by two engines, Mr. Curtis being engineer on the first engine and Charles Hager engineer on the second engine. It is said that the train was running at a good rate of speed ; at any rate Curtis' ergine left the rails and the train went some 80 rods before it was stopped. It is understood that Mr. Hagar bat, or will bring suit against the road owing to damages he received. Gun Club Officers. At the annual meeting of the Bellows Falls Gun club held April 4 the following officers were elected for the year of 1899 : M. II Ray, president; II. II. Russell, vice president ; C. II Gibson, secretary ; E. A. Norwood, treasurer; C. E. Capron, 1st captain ; Rowe Wier, 3d capta'n ; W. II Griswold, 11 II . Fassett, F. G Flint, ex ecutive committee. The Interstate shoot is to be held here June 14 and 15, and it is probable that the club will hold several shoots before that time. Tue ground on the Drislane field will be arranged so that hereafter the trav eling public will not be annoyed by shot falling in the highway and pattering on the leaves by the roadside. Delia Fox in Musical Comedy. Mies Delia Fox, the favorite comedienne. will appear here Friday night in a new. crispy, up-to-da'e musical comedy by Ed gar Smith ana JLouts 1'e Lange called 'Toe Little Host, it is claimed that the piece posperses all toe virtues ot comic opera with none of its absurdities and that on the whole it is as clever a production and as admirably suited to the little actress as anything in which she has been seen in late years. The scenery is said to be exceedingly ornate, the costumes hand some and some of the effects startliogly novel. The company is an extensive one. comprising R. E. Graham, Eugene U'KoutJce, ilugn uniivers, Joan u. siavin. H. D. Blakemore, Herbert Carter, Frank Kelly and the Misses Alice Jobnson, Mabel Bouton, Adella Barker, Emma Levy, Beatrice Tait, Beatrice Darlington, Aline Porter. Mabel Seymour, Ulea .Lambert, Daisy Dwyer, Jessie Jordan and a feminine chorus ot twenty. The piece was written for fun-making purposes only and reports say it succeeds most aamiraoiy. Fatal Accident At Hinsdale, N. H. A fearful casualty occurred at the Brightwood paper mills in Hinsdale Wednesday about midnight, whereby Wal ter Blanch ird, who was in rhirge of the boiler and engine-room, lost his life. It appears that Blanchard, who has been em ployed about tne mills in various capacities tor many years, was temporarily taking the place ol C. E. Weed, the engineer. There were in the mill two machine-tenders, 1 nomas Martin and t,a ward Abbott, be, sides Blanchard. The engine and machine. rooms are not contiguous. The machine tenders saw the engineer as late as 11 o'clock, but not afterward. A little after midnight Martin noticed that the steam was going down, and taking a lantern he went to the engine-room to discover the cause, and to his surprise d.d Lot, find Blanchitrd. His lantern was also gone. With an un defined fear of impending disaster, he rushed down into the cellar of the mill, and by the dim light ot his lantern beheld some object slowly revolving on a shaft 10 feet from the ground. One look was enough. Horror-stricken, he dashed upstairs, shut the gate, and ran to notify Superintendent F. . Field. This was about 12.20 Thurs day morning. Mr. Field in turn aroused C. B. Hopkins, one of the firm, and like wise called Dr. W. S Leonard and C. . Weea, tne engineer. Un examination, a ladder was lound standing upright by a post near the shaft, a lantern was lying on the ground near by, and the unfortunate man was suspended in midair, having been wound round and round the shaft, which makes 20 revolutions a minute, until all clothing was torn from the body, which was horribly mangled. J. be acting coroner, Robert McCaughern of the selectmen, was summoned, and deemed an inquest un necessary, and undertaker J. H. Wether bee took charge of the body, assisted by A. A. Bailey aud others. It was the work ot nearly an hour to disentangle the body Irom the sbatt, and was only accomplished by severing t,h9 belts and slowly unwinding the shaft, after which the body was lowered to the ground. It will never be known ex actly what caused Blanchard to put him self in such peril, but it is thought that there was some hitch in the workings of the shaft, or chest, and that he climbed up on the ladder, lantern in hand, and at tempted to reach over the shaft, and the set-screw of the shaft caught in his overalls near bis waist and slowly wound him in No cries tor help could be heard in the machine-room on account ot tne noise ot the machinery, but it is probable that death came suddenly and painlessly. Walter Blanchard was 61 yeara old He was born in Hinsdale, the only son of the late David Blanchard. He leaves widow, daughter of the late Robert Leitb of Winchester, and three children, Robert W., 19, Clara, 14, and Ednab, 10. The son is without doubt the heavy-weight champion cyclist and football player of mew jbngiand. Tn lather was a steady, worthy man, and had the confidence and esteem of his employers, and was faithful to duty. He had been employed in vari ous capacities in the Brightwood mills for 25 years. Springfield Republican. A bird. We, the undersigned, do hereby agree to remna me money on a ou-cent bottle oi Greene's Syrup of Tar if it fails to cure your cold or cough. We also warrant a 2Jb-ceml Dottle to prove satisfactory or no pay. 3. T. Andsbws H. H Davis PlBBOB'S PHAB.MA.CT. N. A. Whbblkb ' D. T. Cdshino, Cambridgaport Watson 8. Eatok, Grafton W. B. Gltmn, Sax tons River O. F. Simonds, Saxtons River, Vt. Gborob H. Waxkbk, Westminster Gbokob H. Ham l ix, North Charlestown C. C. Datib, Walpolel J. B. Ditoll, Rockingham, Vt. W. D. Kmowxtob A Co.. Walpole, IT. H. .lot Quite Persuaded. "We like the idea of simplified spell lag. says tbe editor of the Perkins Junction Palladium. "But we don't tmna we could ever become need to writing it -He wawkt down' the 11a. leeving the trax of hia larj and muddee ahnaa on the flora. The marx ax viaalbl yet 'Chicago Tribune. For m Cultaarr Kcmob. "ra, said little Willie, "why at a V a ... w uau actor called a 'ham J "t-ernapa. hia father replied, "be cause be a so often served with eggs, Catholic Standard and Time, Was Never Well But Hood's Sarsaparltla Has Clven Her Permanent Health. I waa a pale, puny, elokly woman, weighing leea than SO pounds. I was never well. I had female troubles and a bad throat trouble. I came arrofui an ad ertlaement of Hood's Barsaparilla and had faith tn the medicine at once. I began taking It and soon felt better. I kept until I waa cured. I now welirh pounds, and sever have any aickneas uooa t BarsaparUIa will not cure. My blood la pare, complexion good and face free Irom eruptions." Mrs. Lctta Far- NTJJt, Box 116, nuiagrove, Rhode Island Hood's Sarsaparilla Is the best tn fact tha One True Blood Purifier Hood's Pills S'SMSE: A 4sr Klna of It. rhen Albert Henry Savage Landof renched St. Petersburg on hla way from the Forbidden Land, the fact was duly chronicled, and the London preea asso ciations sent cable messages to Austra lia telling of tne bairbreadtn escapes and manifold sufferings. The Melbourne Times received bnt a short note, which was this: 'A- Savage Landor arrived In at Petersburg today from Tibet after suffering greatly at the bands of the native. This was monger enongn, bnt the pews editor was equal to the occasion. I'he following morning, among ine other matters or news, tne readers oi Ths Times found this startling informa tion : A savage landor got Into St Peters burg yesterday, and the people of the city were terrified. After considerable difficulty the beast, which came from Tibet, was captured, taken to a re mote place and there dispatched, it la said that this is the first animal of the sort ever seen in Russia. How he reach ed the city after his fights with the na tives of Tibet, which is a comparatively unknown country, is a mystery. Poltah Jehna. To drive slowly over cobblestones ii not a joy, bnt to anve ronr missian hones at a gallop over cobblestones waa something to make yon bite your tongne anoto break yonr teeth and to shake your very eonl from ita socket I most solemnly assure yon it was anything bnt a simple drive to one fresh from the esnhalt of Paris, for, like Jehu, they drove furiously. Their horses are all wild, runaway beasts, and they drive them at an uneven gallop resembling the gait of our fire engine horses at home, except that ours go more slowly. Sometimes the horses fall down as they drive across country, or stop only for stone walls or moats. The carriages must be built of iron, for the front wheels drop a few feet into a burrow every now and then, and at euch times an unwary American is liable to be pitched over the coachman's head. "Bold on wits Dotn bands, enut yonr eves, ana Keep your tongue rrom be tween your teeth, " would be my instruc' tions to one about to take a drive" in Poland. Lilian Bell in Woman's Home Comoanion. If the Baby Is Catting Teeth, be sure and use that old and well-tried rem edy. Mrs. Wmslow s Soothing Syrup, for children teething. It soothes the ch tens the rums, allavs all vain, cures w colic and is the best remedy for diarThoBa. Twenty-five cents a bottle. It If the best of all. 0.nalnt Old Colonial Document. New Amsterdam bad been in British hands fonr years when this quaint and curious customs order, the oldest in ex istence and but recently unearthed from a maee of colonial records, waa penned "Instructions for Mr. Cornelius Van Ruyven,- Collector of the Customes in ye City of New York by Order of Colo' nell Francis Lovelace, Governour, May 94, 1668. "You or y'r clerk are to be dayly a ye Custome House from nine in ye morning untill twelve at noone. There to receive yCustomes both in and out, as the Merchants shall come & enter ye r-wbsnt is to make f our e Bills, and sigwe them with his hand, writing his name to them, & ye same time, when you have signed ye Warrant, or one of ye Bills, you are to demand ye Customs either in khde at 10 P Cent inwards or double ye vallue of its first Cost in Holland, in Beaver. And likewise out wards for Peltry you are to receive 10 PCent according to ye vallue in Beaver, for Tobacco one half penny Pr. pound Ster'g; which is noe more than all Eng lishmen doe pay. You to tell ye Merajfant you are not to give credit " If they doe not like your proposi tions, you are not to pass their Bills. "And Lastly pray lett ye Books be kept all in English and all Factory and Papers, that when I have occasion to satisfy myself I may better under stand them." A Joke oa tn J&p. The Japanese students at our colleges find the American sense of humor as it is expressed by the other students about them a somewhat peculiar thing, but not at all hard to understand. In fact. It is quite simple and elementary. A Japanese gentleman who was a student at Harvard not long ago relates that he was asked by some of his American fel low students to "teach them some Jap anese words." He began by giving them "Good morning" in Japanese. This phrase is represented in Japanese by a word which in English equivalents cannot be more closely represented than by the word "Ohio." The boys were interested and promised to remember it Next morning, when -the Japanese student came to the lecture room, he found a group of the boys gathered to give him the morning salutation in Japanese. "Pennsylvania 1" shouted one of them. ' "Kentucky I" yelled another. "Virginia I" "New Hampshire I" "Bhode Island I" still others called. But not one of them said "Ohio I" It waa the American idea of a great joke The young Japanese waa much edified and made a note of it. Boston Tran script It Heat Bo Tortaro. Dr.Nachtigal. the celebrated African explorer, waa the guest of a rich Ham burg merchant The merchant's son, a young man of a somewhat sentimental temperament, said among other things that his dearest wish was to ride across the desert on the back of a cameL He thought such a ride must be very poet ical indeed. "My dear young friend," replied the explorer, "I an tell you how you can get a partial idea of what riding a camel on the deserts of Africa is like Take en office stool, screw it up as high as possible and put it in a wagon with out any springs. Then seat yourself on the stool and have it driven over rocky and uneven ground during the hottest weather of Tuly or August and after you have not had ' anything to eat or drink for 84 hours, and then you will get a faint idea of how delightfully poetic it ia to ride on a camel in the wilda of Africa." A Burman mile ia about equal in length to two English miles. The word for "mile" in Burmese meana "to ait" and a mile ia the distance that a man goes before he considers it necessary to ait down. The highest value of aa English post age stamp ia $25. The stamp ia of ob ioAg shaje and verj aaUom nsed, Maddenlaa. 'I happen to have adreaa coat," said i man about town, "that was made by Poole, the famous London tailor, and I've preserved it with a good deal of care. To tell the truth. I attached leas value to the garment itself than I did to the sign manual of the house, em blazoned on a strip of white ailk and stitched inside the collar. It was a trifle snobbish, I dare say, but if so I've re ceived my punishment "A few weeks ago I took the coat along with me on a trip to Florida, and while at a small coast resort I noticed the buttons were getting worn. The only tailor In town was a Chinaman, and I gave him the coat with instruc tions to repair the damages, which he did very neatly. I had forgotten all about the incident, and one evening during carnival waa at the club chat ting with some visitors from Detroit when somehow or other the conversa tion turned on high art tailoring. "One of the strangers sang the praises of a chap at his home, and I. like a fool, couldn't resist the tempta tion of remarking that my suit was made by Poole. Thereupon the other fellow expressed curiosity as to how the English tailors inserted the shoulder re enforcements of dress coats, and I oblig ingly slipped mine off to allow him to examine it tie loosed it over, ana when be handed it back I noticed that he wore a peculiar smile. It waa no wonder, for, by Jove, in place of the signed silk strip below the collar was a great hideous pink tab bearing the legend. 'Charley One-Lung, Merchant Tailor, Wayback, Fla. I "New Or lean's Times-Democrat Fore of Habit. "Of course you can't imagine what curious experiences we nave with sick people, confided a trained nurse. have just come from a very interesting case a dear old lady, lovely in every way, but utterly unmanageable and un reasonable on the subject of early rising The dear woman cannot turn over in her bed or put her hand to her bead she is fatally ill, poor creature but she wakes me every morning at 0 o'clock to have her face and hands bathed and her cap changed. 'Oh. ' I groan, 'it is only 5 o'clock, Mrs. Lot-rimer ; that is too earlv for sick people to get awakel Let us have another little nap.' " 'No, no. ' she always answers ; 'my father reared me to get up at 6 o clock I can't disobey my training You must make my toilet. I mustn't sleep any longer. ' "So I have to get awake, prepare the dear old lady for the day 80 years old she is, and weak and sick just because she was reared by a father with abnor mal ideas of rising time." Indianapo lis. JpnrnaU ; A Wonderful Appetite, The digestive power of the heron is remarkable, as well as its capacity and ability to swallow large fish, says For est and Stream. The neck seems to ex pand as if made of india rubber the fish slips down, and the bird is ready for another In eating beef, large bones are swallowed intact On one or two occa sions after feeding beef this way, great alarm was felt, as the birds showed signs of great distress, but the uneasi ness was soon calmed when the bird threw np a large bone, clean and white, the meat having been thoroughly digest ed In eating catfish they inetinctively pierce it with their strong beaks, until there is no question in their simple minds but tnat it is harmless. If in their hurry to swallow their food, it goes down the throat covered with sand! or trash, they immediately eject it. carry it to the water and, having rinsed! it well, swallow it again Using- the Left Hand. The superiority of Japanese, drawing can probably be traced to the custom of that land to make the children practice painting and drawing without the use of any stick or supporting device for.the hand. They are taught to draw at the same time they are taught to write the letters of the alphabet, and they are taught to uee both hands equally in the task. The natural preference given to the right arm has been explained physiolog ically by the construction of the veim and nerves that enter the arms, those oi the right arm being more prominent The reverse is the case in the few wh are naturally left handed. Hia Crltloltrm. When the first edition of the "Sea sons" came out, the poet sent a hand somely bound copy to Bir Gilbert Elliott of Minto, who had shown him kind ness. Sir Gilbert took the book to hit gardener, a relative of -'Thomson, who turned it over and over in his hands, gazing at it in admiration. Sir Gilbert said: "Well, David, what do yen think of James Thomson now t There's a book that will make him famous the world over and immortalise his name." "In truth." said David, "It ia a grand book. I did na think the lad had ingenuity enow to ha' done eich a neat piece o' handicraft " He Saved Rad Taps. The late Senator Morrill of Vermont, was as careful of the public property as if he bought and paid for it out of hia private purse He always carefully un tied and saved the piece of red tape that came around bis mail, in consequence of which his room was the only com mittee room that never made a requisi tion for tape. A aUataJte Corrected. It has been said that speech was given man to conceal his thoughts. This ia not the true ana war. Speech was given to man to prevent other people from talking. Beaton Transcript llM nVAAIlftlAO I are seamless in the toe and heeL Extra Instep room, assuring dura bility, ease and comfort. Twenty-five doten good quality Irish linen hem stitched handkerchiefs, special ralnes at 76 eta. the half das an, or 13 cts. each. J. J. Fenton & Co. 0 SUGAR. 18 pounds of Granulated Sugar for $1.00 for a short time. Come quick or you won't get it. FLOUR. Think we can save you something on flour, also Tea, Coffee, Molasses, Spices, Canned goods and Grass Seed. BICYCLES. At almost your own prices. Sundries at prices never htard of in this section before. A very good tire for $3.93 pair. Morgan & Wright dbl. tube $5.97 pair. Saddles 79c. Pedals 79c pair. Just come in and see how much we can save you. H. SHEPARDSON. , 35 Henry Street. IF! THE PAST $250. invested in Cotton in Sept., 1891, brought back $2,000 profit by October, 1895. AT THE PRESENT $250. invested now will do the same or more in less t'm . Answers to 6,000 Inquiries throughout the ten Cotton States sent out us, 80 per cent gay "planting a month late; acreage will be reduced 25 pe cent; no Cotton to market." Write tor lull Information. Established 1886. Bank References Offl e Tel. Call, IM S. THE ONE COMPLETE WRITINO MACHINE IS THE REMINGTON STANDARD TYPEWRITER It does not rely on one or two special features good enough to talk about, but upon all round EXCELLENCE and DURABILITY which produce the best work all the time. New Hodels Nos. 6, 7, SEND FOR ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE WYCKOFF, SEAMANS & BENEDICT, 15 School Street, BOSTON, Mass. F. C. Winnewisser. Ledgers, Journals, Records all sizes. A complete line of Blank Boots, Veetpociet Memorandums, Box Paper, Tablets, etc. Cur Ten-Cent Novels are big sellers. BOOKSELLER, NEWSDEALER and STATIONER. yon suffer with ooolax at his offloe. Gray's a. m. w v.uu p. m. idy the anatomy and refractloa ot the won't allow peddlers and the house-to-house optician to trifle with your eyes There Is no iruesa work in onr method ot examination and fitting lenses to the eyes. Hundreds in this vunmiT will tesory aa tn our bkiij ann succepft. tinnoreos more win oe added to this num- Bemember we shall be at our office. Gray's Block, every Thursday In the year. ..... Lowest Prices In the County tor Correct Work. Call and see the Rambler, Ideal, Rumsey,. Packer and Eclipse Bicycles. SUNDRIES of all kinds. Now is wheel cleaned. C. T. SHERWIN. KNOTT & CLOSSON, Backers and Frokers, 137 St. Paul t., Burlington, Vt. and 8 Wide Carriage Don't Be Discouraged If yonr eyes trouble you, or - hsadaohe. consult FRANKLIN, the Eye Specialist Block, Bellows Falls, every Thursday from 9 JO - human ere for one week yourself : then yen WHEELS! AND REPAIRS the time to have Take it to your"